Academy of the Holy Angels - Angelus Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN)

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It is with tile ever-deepening devotion and love of a child for his mother that we pay tribute to the dignity of Mary’s sovereign function of motherhood, and dedicate this year’s ANGELUS to the mother of God, mother of the Church. 2 and mother of the members of Christ.Foreword The pattern of our education is comprised of the imparting and assimilation of truth; truth through knowledge for our material and physical development, and truth through wisdom for the growth of the soul. The ideals and ideas presented to us, correlating the growth of the whole person, are those expedient for the fulfillment of our vocation as Christian women in our modernistic, materialistic environment. We realize that in this time of formation and development, in order to foster in our lives the attitudes and ideals of young Christian women, we must put into practice in our lives qualities emanating from Mary and the virtues we admire in her, applying them while standing firm against our trials in all the situations we find ourselves facing. Towards the fulfillment of our role of exemplifying Catholic ideals, may we reproduce Mary’s true detachment of self and deep humility, and in our development of purity and prudence may we devoid ourselves of envy, criticism, and suspicion, reflecting instead, Christian joy, fraternal charity, and devout love. When these united virtues animate the entirety of our lives, the treasure, the gem we possess to offer to the world, is a living, vital force; it is a perfect resemblance of The Ideal Woman, and a model of the true spirit of Catholic life. 3A Message from the Faculty With the attention of the world focused on the Ecumenical Council to be held early in the 1960's, the theme of your yearbook seems to be particularly appropriate. In an action which expresses his deep personal concern for all the world, our Holy Father, Pope John XXIII has given us a forceful reminder that we can hope for unity only as a result of charity. The realization of your theme, therefore, will entail the personal response of each one of you to the love of Christ, and the diffusion of this love throughout that segment of society in which you ire intended to be an influence. SISTER CONSTANCE MARIE. M.A. Catholic University of America Principal SISTER MARY STEPHEN. M.A. University of Notre Dame Assistant Principal English 4Faculty THE REVEREND JOSEPH BAGLIO Senior Religion THE REVEREND ROBERT CASSADY Junior Religion THE REVEREND JOHN CLAY Sophomore Religion THE REVEREND PAUL DUDLEY Freshman Religion THE REVEREND LEO DOLAN Junior Religion THE REVEREND GERALD KENNEY Freshman Religion THE REVEREND HARRY TOVVEY Junior Religion SISTER AGNES GONZAGA, B.A. College of Saint Catherine Religion SISTER ANGELA THERESE, M.S. University of Minnesota Home Economics SISTER ANN THOMASINE, M.S. Northwestern University Religion SISTER ANSELM. B.A. College of Saint Catherine Study SISTER AVILA, B.S. in L.S. College of Saint Catherine Library SISTER BENJAMIN, B.A. College of Saint Catherine History, Religion SISTER ELIZABETH LOUISE. B.A. College of Saint Catherine Commcrical SISTER EVANGELITA, M.A. University of Minnesota Religion SISTER FRANCIS JOSEPH, B.A. College of Saint Catherine Art SISTER HELEN DOLORES, M.A. University of Minnesota Religion, English SISTER IRENAEUS, B.A. College of Saint Gatherin' Dramatics, English SISTER JEAN PATRICE, B.A. College of Saint Catherine Religion, Journalism SISTER JOHN MARY, B.A. College of Saint Catherine Religion, Mathematics SISTER LOUTS PHILIPPE, B.A. College of Saint Catherine French SISTER MARIA CLARE Assistant Bookkeeper SISTER MARY ALEXIS, B.S. College of Saint Catherine Religion SISTER MARY ALOYSIUS, M.A. University of Chicago Registrar, Mathematics SISTER MARY HUGO, M.S. University of Chicago Mathematics, German SISTER MARY JAMES, B.A. College of Saint Catherine Book Store Supervisor 5Faculty SISTER PADUA, B.M. American Conservatory of Music Music MRS. EVELYN DUBAY, B.A. College of Saint Catherine Latin SISTER REGINALD, B.S. College of Saint Catherine General Science, Biolog)’ SISTER MARIE RICHARD, M S. University of Minnesota Chemistry, Physics SISTER ROSE EDWARD School Food Service Supervisor SISTER ST. LAWRENCE, M.A. Catholic University of America Biolog)’ SISTER VERONICA ALICE, N.P. Bookkeeper SISTER VINCENT DE PAUL, M.A. University of Minnesota Latin SISTER ZACHARY, B.A. College of Saint Catherine Music MISS MARILYN ABALAN, B.A. University of Minnesota English MISS JEANNE ARTH, B.S. College of Saint Catherine Physical Education, Social Problems MISS FRANCES BROSSARD, M.A. University of Minnesota Mathematics MRS. LILLIAN BURNS School Secretary MRS. ELAINE CARLSON, M.A. University of Minnesota United States History MISS ELIZABETH GRUNDNER, B.A. College of Saint Catherine United States History, Social Problems MRS. CHARLOTTE HAGEN, B.A. College of Saint Catherine French, History MISS GENEVIEVE HUBER, B.A. Mankato State College English MISS JANET KELLY, B.A. College of Saint Teresa i English, French, Angelus Advisor MISS BEVERLY KILBRIDE, B.A. College of Saint Catherine English MRS. MARGARET LEWIS, B.S. University of Minnesota Geography, History MISS CELESTIA LOESCH, B.S. College of Saint Catherine General Science, Biolog)' MRS. MARTHA MADSEN, M.A. University of Minnesota English, Speech MRS. VIRGINIA PHIPPS, M.A. University of Minnesota Mathematics MISS MARLENE PINTEN, B.A. College of Saint Scholastica Social Problems, Assistant Librarian MRS. MARJORIE SAXON, M.A. University of Minnesota Commercial 6ONE IN DESIGN Throughout our four years at Holy Angels, we follow the way that leads to happiness and holiness through Mary. With her help, we, the students, achieve unity. Having the Blessed Virgin as our inspiration, we assume the responsibilities given to us as future leaders of our community and our world. Brought together by the common bond of our Catholic education, we will develop intellectually, physically, and spiritually so as to meet this challenge. Through Mary's patronage and by her holy example we shall become the backbone of society —the Catholic women of tomorrow.I KATHLEEN KAY PEINE “Pcinc” . . . Honor Student . . . Spirit of leadership . . . Protecting America’s drivers from McCoy . . . “Three Coins in the Fountain” . . . “Guess what, you guys! I’ve got a new favorite saying.” . . . Remembers most: . . Kath- . . . Ambition: to be great in God’s world . . . All School President . . . Pres. 1, Class Pres. 2; Contact 2-4, Leader 2, Chairman 3; French Club 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; St. Mary's 2,3; Ushers Club 4. ,1 CAROL LYNN SABLE “Sabc” . . . Honor Student . . . Endless energy . . . Making the most noise at silent dismissal . . . “Grccnslecves” . . . “Oh, you guys, what ’re you gonna do with me?” . . . Remembers most: Campaigner’s Picnic and things . . . Ambition: to gladly unite my will with God's . . . Class President 4 . . . Pres. 3; Contact 2-4, Leader 2; French Club 1-4;. G.A.A. 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4. MARY RANDOLPH •‘Mol” . . . Everybody's favorite . . . Studying “Mith”ology . . . “Day by Day” . . . "Is that ever nice!” . . . Remembers most: Blake Homecoming 1959 . . . Ambition: to eat at Judy’s Russian Waldorf . . . All School Social Chairman . . . Vice-Pres. 1; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1-4, Pres. 3, Treat. 2; Gencsians 2-4, Activities Chairman 3; G.A.A. 4; St. Mary's 2; Ushers Club 4. (KA MICHELE MARY DESLAURIERS "Mick" . . . Honor Student • . . Excitable intellect . . . Thinking in French . . . "Once in a While” . . . “Ask me some questions, somebody!” . . . Remembers most: meeting deadlines head-on . . . Ambition: to answer the chal- lenge we face . . . ANGELUS Co-Editor 4 . . . Vice Pres. 3; C.S.M.C. 2; Contact 2-4, Leader 3,4; French Club 1-4, Pres. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; G.A.A. 4; Contact 2-4, Leader 3,4. JEAN VICTORIA McCOY "McCoy” . . . That coy glint . . . Raising “Havoc” . . . “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly” . . . “Tro-o-ouble” . . . Remembers most: Sister Constance Marie, faculty and students . . . Ambition: to deserve my family and the friends I’ve had . . . All School Vice-President . . . Vice-Pres. 3, Sec. 1, Treas. 1; Contact 2-4; French Club 2-4, Vice-Pres. 3; Genesians 3,4, Treas. 3; G.A.A. 3,4; St. Mary’s 2., J , FOND “Maureen” . . . Honofi . . . Congenial warmth to get organized . . Lunc” . . . I’ve oh mvj - Remembers most: yaftei no 267M . . . Ambition: to liv to the ideals of my Catholic cation . . . ANGELUS Co-4 . . . Vice-Pres. 1, Sec. 3f Club 1-3, Latin Club 1-4; Alpha Theta 3; Contact 2-4. i a JUDITH ANN ALTMANN “Alt” . . . Understanding confidante . . . Writing that special letter to that special someone . . . “I’ll Be Seeing You” . . . “Dam it, gang, I’ve got a date” . . . Remembers most: Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to be as holy and happy in my life as my parents are in theirs . . . Class Vicc-Prcs. 3, Scc.-Trcas. 3; Pres. 3, Vicc-Prcs. 1; C.S.M.C. 1; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1-4; Gencsians 3,4; G.A.A jJL JUDITH ANN ANDERSON “Jude” . . . Honor Student . . . Sparkling felicity . . . Discussing life with Pat . . . “On the Street Where You Live” . . . “You ol’ dog” . . . Remembers most: July weekend at Gull Lake . . . Ambition: to go to Russia and build a W'aldorf Cafeteria ... All School Secretary 3; Pres. 1, Sec. 1; C.S.M.C. 2; ANGELUS 4; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1-4. Scribe 2, Consul 4; Genesians 2,3; G.A.A. 2-4; St. Mary’s 2,3. JUDITH MARIF BALFANZ “Judy” . . . Earnest equestrienne . . . Taking care of my “zoo” . . . “Devoted to You” . . . “You guys, I’m starvin’ ”... Remembers most: the ’59 Angclus . . . Ambition: to go to Tahiti on a raft with Susie . . . Contact 2-4. BARBARA JOAN AUEL “Barb" . . . Vivacious delight . . . Getting along with royalty . . . “Deep Purple” . . . “I’m just excited” . . . Remembers most: 1959 Junior-Senior Prom . . . Ambition: to be on time . . . Pres. 2,3, Vicc-Prcs. 3; Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1; German Club 3.4; Genesians 3,4; Ushers Club 4. V PATRICIA ANN ANDERSON “Pat" ... In a sentimental mood . . . Planning for the week-ends . . . “Blue Moon” . . . “Life is a joke” . . . Remembers most: July weekend at Gull Lake . . . Ambition: a J. of M. football team . . . Class Vice-Pres. 1; Pres. 1,3; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1,2; Genesians 2-4; G.A.A. 3,4; St. Mary’s 2. AU+a. 6ccc U, f 6- iX' tr+cL, ojuX-j+cAA. Ha- . f3ocC . U) Gfi oJLo JUxUA, L. Q-A- (X- ■ dLo. Cm. w CaXi 1 - 4a KATHLEEN MARIE BARNETT P TP “Kathy” . . . Candid enthusiasm . . . Advising the lovelorn with Gill . . . “Birth of the Blues” . . . “I’m tired” . . . Remembers most: Maureen spraying my hair in back of the library . . . Ambition: to get organized . . . Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1,2. tw 1 KATHLEEN MARIE BARRETT “Bawatt” . . . Willing to htlp . . . Riding buses . . . “Friendly Persuasion” . . . '‘I’ve had it” . . . Remembers most: the gay group in the Legion of Mary . . . Ambition: to fulfill all my other ambitions . . . Contact 2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; German Club 3,4. REBECCA ANN BECKER "Becky" . . . Quiet charm . . . Bowling, dancing, and roller skating . . . “Fools’ Hall of Fame” . . . “Holy Moses!” . . . Remembers most: senior year . . . Ambition: to become a nurse . . . Sec. 4; Contact 4; St. Mary’s 4. I Hi NANCY JOAN BARTOSH "Nance” . . . Honor Student . . . A wicked grin . . . Trying to keep my twenty-minute time limit on phone calls . . . “Blue Moon” . . . “Just a minute, I'm coming” . . . Remembers most: Twin lights on the "Big Birch" . . . Ambition: to have everyone forget "40 miles of Bad Road” . . . Sec. 1,3; Contact 2-4, Co-leader 4; German Club 2-4. Pres. 4; Genesians 3,4. EILEEN CLAIR BEAUDETTE “Lecny” . . . Subtle wit . . . Searching for lost articles . . . “April in Paris" . . . “Would you believe it?" . . . Remembers most: horseback riding in the gloom of night for two hours . . . Ambition: to be called Eileen . . . Vice-Prs. 1, Sec. 4; Contact 2-4, Co-leader 4; French Club 2-4, Sec. 3; Genesians 3; St. Mary's 3; Ushers Club 4. SUSAN ANN BECKER “Sue" . . . Lighthearted and sunny . . . Roller skating at the Pastime . . . "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” . "Hi ya. Sunshine" . . . Remembers most: Christmas in Duluth . . . Ambition: to go to Europe . . . Contact 2-4; ACHOAN 3,4; German Club 3,4; St. Mary’s 3. BARBARA ANN BERKA "Barbi" . . . Honor Student . . . Delicate and dainty . . . Riding school buses . . . "Some Enchanted Evening” . . . "I’m so mad” . . . Remembers most: Pontifical Mass in St. Paul’s Cathedral . . . Ambition: to quit rushing . . . Treas. 2,3; Contact 2-4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4.DONNA R. BESCH “Donna” ... An amiable smile . . . Getting into trouble . . . “Teen Beat” . . . “Hi, Kccds” ... Remembers most: Angclus of “59” . . . Ambition: to graduate with only four years of high school . . . Contact 2-4. GLADYS MARIE BOEHNKE “Lettuce Terric” . . . Quiet com-posure . . . Working after school . . . “A Wonderful Guy” . . . “Ohhh! I’m embarrassed” . . . Remembers most: summer of senior year . . . Ambition: to be as successful and wonderful as my parents . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 2; AVOC 4. ANTOINETTE R. BIDWELL “Toni” . . . Casual gaiety . . . Counting and spending my money . . . “Autumn Leaves" . . . “Don't give me that garbage” . . . Remembers most: Regina Tour with our little get-togethers each night . . . Ambition: to grow long hair just one more time for a page boy . . . Pres. 3, See. 4; ANGELUS 4; Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1,2. MARY JOAN BIHNER “Jo” . . . Soft spoken . . . Catching up on my sleep . . . "Bali Hai” . . . “Well, you know what will happen then” . . . Remembers most: Byzantine Mass in the auditorium . . . Ambition: to be good at whatever I do . . . ANGELUS 4: Contact 2-4, Co-leader 4; Latin Club 1-3. ELIZABETH ANN BORMANN "Betty” . . . Genial generosity . . . Promising to write letters . . . “Grccnslccves” . . . “Amazing” . . . Remembers most: the Bible in Boston . . . Ambition: to do something right . . . ACHOAN 3,4; Contact 2-4, Co-leader 4; Latin Club 1-3. PATRICIA H. BOYLE “Pat” . . . Party doll . . . “Misty” . . . Remembers most: the Rans-ford Movement . . . Ambition: to tame Mcllors . . . Contact 2,3; Glee Club 1; G.A.A. 2-4. 10SUSAN THERESE BRANDES “Sue” . . . Scintillating smile . . . Listening to records . . . “Secret Love” . . . "That's the way it goes” . . . Remembers most: those early morning bus rides . . . Ambition: to get organized . . . Contact 2-4. MAVONNE MARGARET BROSCH “Mavonne” . . . Always a smile . . . Listening to Ellen's one-track mind at the lunch table . . . "Green-sleeves” . . . "But, my first name is Mavonne!” . . . Remembers most: Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to go to Europe . . . Vice-Pres. 2; Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1-4, Vice-Pres. 4; French Club 2; G.A.A. 4; St. Mary’s 3. DIANE MARY BRANDT "Di” . . . Delicate charm . . . Writing letters to the Armed Forces . . . “Blue Moon" . .. "We had just a panic” . . . Remembers most: Wold Chamberlain Naval Air Station . . . Ambition: to have a maid to do my dishes . . . Contact 2-4. MARY EILEEN BROWN "Brownie" . . . Big brown eyes . . . Avoiding the “checkered” apron . . . "A Very Precious Love” . . . "Man, like wow!" . . . Remembers most: a formal and a knight in white . . . Ambition: to fly with Mr. Blue . . . ACHOAN 3,4; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1,2. MARY LAURENE BROOM "Mary” . . . Always resourceful . . . Trying to talk Suzanne out of going to the "Espresso" . . . “Scarlet Ribbons" . . . "Who’s driving home?” . . . Remembers most: Class Day (junior year) . . . Ambition: to get home from school on time three days in a row . . . Treas. 2; ACHOAN 2,3; Contact 2-4, Co-leader 4; Latin Club 1,2; Gencsians 3.4; G.A.A. 3,4; St. Mary’s 3.4; Ushers Club 4. SHEILA L. BUNKERS "Sheila” ... An influential way . . . Counting the hours . . . "Autumn Leaves" . . . "Well, if I’m wrong, correct me” . . . Remembers most: Washburn's Homecoming in a ’46 Ford convertible . . . Ambition: to be happy and successful in whatever I do . . . Contact 2,3; Latin Club 1,2. 11DEANNE RUTH CHADWICK “Chad” . . . Winsome smile . . . Getting campused . . . “The Things We Did Last Summer" . . . “Oh, pity!" . . . Remembers most: “Buttercup” . . . Ambition: to spend another Christmas in Michigan . . . Vice-Pres. 1; Contact 2,3, Leader 2; Glee Club 1, Vice-Pres. 1; Genesians 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; St. O Mary-,3. « . l.sA. Jrt ip. ir, jet BONNIE KAY CLAUSEN “Bonnie" . . . Petite in her way . . . Working at 509 . . . “Unchained Mcjody” ... “I don’t know, I fell asleep" . . . Remembers most: Kay rolling under a certain garage door . . Ambition: to be a water girl for the team . . . Treas. 4; AN-GELUS 4; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1-4, Sec. 3; Genesians 3; Science Club 3,4. MARY LOU COCHRANE “Mickey” . . . The southern belle . . . Waiting for the gang to take the Algerian Run . . . “Rhaposody in Blue” . . . “Oh, beans!" . . . Remembers most: the Bore some Foursome . . . Ambition: to make my career what I want it to be . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 2. V' 't sJl XL V ----- LOIS MARIE BUSCH "Lois” . . . Deep sincerity ... Trying to make Mary remember what she forgot . . . “When the Saints Go Marching In” . . . "Hey, you guys’- . . . Remembers most: the homeward journey of the thirteen from the Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to fly in the clouds someday . . . Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 4; St. Mary’s 3. MARY LOUISE CARTER “Mary Lou" . . . Attentive mein . . . Riding up and down Lake Street . . . "Please Love Me Forever” . . . "You’ll never know" . . . Remembers most: last summer . . . Ambition: to own an aqua and white '58 Corvette . . . Contact 2-4; Genesians 3.4. 17 m£ p1BMi CATHERINE CAROL CARRIVEAU "Kay" . . . Ever gay . . . Wasting time . . . “Bali Hai" . . . “To tell the truth . . . Oh dear!" . . . Remembers most: Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to find an ambition . .. Contact 2-4; Glee Club 2.KATHLEEN E. COLLINS “Taffy” . . . Spirited and spritely . . . Explaining things to Sharon . . . "You’ll Never Walk Alone” . . . “Hoot Hoot"! . . . Remembers most: the Bible in Boston . . . Ambition: to help Sheila get Nancy ready for the dance in Zimmerman . . . ANGELUS 4; Contact 2-4; French Club 2; St. Mary’s 3. JUDITH JAYNE COX “Buckwheat” . . . Unpredictable gleam . . . Taking smartness pills . . . “Twelfth of Never” . . . “Say, I've got a question to ask.” . . . Remembers most: cabin parties . . . Ambition: to find all • the things I’ve lost . . . Contact 2-4; German Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1-4. ELIZABETH COMMAND “Betsy” . . . Stylish lady . . . Dancing and watching my favorite bowler . . . “Wonderful, Wonderful” . . . “Is it real?” . . . Remembers most: the picnic with the “gang” . . . Ambition: to get an M.A. and a Mrs. . . . Treas. 2,3; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1-4. MARY ELIOT CROWLEY “Eliot” . . . Jovial . . . Operating with Stuke . . . “It Had To Be You” . . . “Oh, sadness” . . . Remembers most: “Fender Bender” . . . Ambition: to make someone keep a promise . . . C.S.M.C. 4; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 3; G.A.A. 3.4; AVOC 4; St. Mary 3. J ✓ JULIE GRACE CONROY “Ruby” . . . Dignified humor . . . Chaperoning Chadwick . . . “Getting to Know You” . . . "Oh! really! Who’s driving?” . . . Remembers most: a purple bathing suit . . . Ambition: to have HufFs and my “Milwaukee" song come true . . . Vicc-Prcs. 2, Treas. 1; C.S.M.C. 3; Contact 2-4, Leader 4; French Club 2-4; Genesians 2-4; G.A.A. 3,4, Board Chairman 3, Board 4. JUDITH DALLMAN “George” . . . Anything for a laugh . . . Waiting for people and things . . . “Sentimental Journey” . . . “Don’t be dumb” . . . Remembers most: bottles in the bathtub . . . Ambition: to be old enough so I won’t be too young . . . ACHOAN 3,4; Contact 2-4; G.A.A. I. 13PATRICIA ANN DICKEY “Dickie” . . . Cockeyed optimist . . . Remembering the good times we’ve had . . . “Tales from the Vienna Woods” ... “I never did!!!” . . . Remembers most: portraits in Greenwich Village in New York . . . Ambition: to never grow up . . . C.S.M.C. 4; Contact 2-4, Co-leader 4: Genesians 3,4; G.A.A. 4. MARYANN DUNLEAVY “Maryann” . . . A hint of mischief . . . Looking for something to do . . . “You’ll Never Walk Alone” . . . “Crimcanctly!” . . . Remembers most: pop bottles in the bathtub on Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to live in Washington, D.C. . . . Contact 2-4; German Club 3,4; Ushers Club 4. JODEEN ANN DIRKERS “Jo” . . . Active, apt, amiable . . . Apples and ambitioning . . . "Somewhere” . . . “Funniest thing — ah” . . . Remembers most: junior class meetings — first and last . . . Ambition: to own a friendly mountain and to see my guardian angel, Agnes . . . Class President 3; Pres. 1,3, Sec. 4; Contact 2-4; German Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Genesians 3,4. CLAUDIA EVELYN ELLINGTON “Cheyenne” ... Tall and talented . . . Singing and playing the guitar .. . “Desert Sunrise” . . . “Oh my cow!” . . . Remembers most: “Old Shcp” . . . Ambition: to study music and buy a cabin in the mountains . . . Contact 2.4; Genesians 3; G.A.A. 3,4, Pres. 4, Vice-Pres. 3. 14 KAREN LOUISE DUFFERT “Duffy" . . . Calm confidence . . . Driving old faithful and renewing the “old friendships" . . . “Side by Side” . . . “I’m impressed" . . . Remembers most: getting locked in at Tait’s store . . . Ambition: not to always be fickle . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club I, Pres. 1. JUDITH ANN FAIRBANKS “Judy” . . . Full-of-fun . . . Dancing with Wendy . . . “Poincianna" . . . “Poor show” . . . Remembers most: guarding the ferry . . . Ambition: to pay back my grandparents and my father . . . Contact 3,4; Latin Club 1-4; Genesians 3,4; G.A.A. 4. TJUDITH KAY FINDSEN "Fince" ... In charm’s circle . . . Trying to get a bigger discount from R.H.B. . . . "It’s AH in the Game” . . . "I’m sick” . . . Remembers most: that July weekend at Gull Lake . . . Ambition: to win a marathon . . . Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1-4, Praetor 2; Music Club 2-4, Representative 2; Ushers Club 4. ft i BETH ANN FRANKE "Red" . . . Domestically tranquil . . . Dancing . . . "Mary Lou" . . . "I just about flipped." . . . Remembers most: the carnival . . . Ambition: to be a singer . . . Contact 2; Glee Club 2. JULIA MARGARET FINLEY "Julie" . . . Eagerly disposed . . . Looking after my Little Sister . . . "To Know Him Is To Love Him” . . . "Well, it wasn't my fault" . . . Remembers most: whipping through class . . . Ambition: to work for the Pentagon . . . Contact 2,3; Latin Club 1,2; German Club 3,4, Scc.-Treas. 3; G.A.A. 3.4. MARY KATHLEEN FRANKE “Franke” . . . Refreshing spirit . . . I-osing carts with Huff . . . "Blue Moon" . . . "Do you understand?” . . . Remembers most: picnic in March . . . Ambition: to turn the merry threesome into a happy foursome . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1; G.A.A. 3,4; St. Mary's 4. 15 SHEILA THERESE FLEMING “Sheila" . . . Respected reliability . . . Trying to keep Taff from breaking and burning things in hotel rooms . . . "I’ll Be Seeing You" . . . "Hoot! Hoot!" ... Remembers most: the Bible in Boston . . . Ambition: to get Nancy ready for the dance in Zimmerman . . . ANGELUS 4; Contact 2-4; St. Mary’s 3. k. MARY SHARON GAALAAS "Mary" . . . Quiet passiveness . . . Doing homework . . . "Sentimental Journey" . . . "Oh! No!" . . . Remembers most: Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to travel . . . Contact 2-4. V KATHLEEN ANNE GADDIS “Kathy” .. . Dignified manner . . Surprise parties . . . "Grccnslcevcs” . “Guess who’s home” . . . Rc. members most: a certain someone’s yearbook . . . Ambition: to be as understanding as my parents . . . JUDITH KATHLEEN GANYAW “Jude” . . . Court jester . . . Pickin’ m' teeth . . . “Igmoo” . . . "Lotsa luck” . . . Remembers most: being a barefoot beatnik at the “Scholar" . . . Ambition: to be sent to the same asylum as Jean McCoy . . . Vicc-Prcs. 4; Contact 2-4, Leader 4; Gcncsians 4; G.A.A. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4 ; Ushers Club 4. Contact 2-4; Glee Club 3,4; Latin Club 1-4. (Xsr a 4 VIRGINIA MARY GEISENHOFF “Ginny” . . . Timely quips . . . Listening to “South Pacific” with Kathy . . . “Ebb Tide” . . . “But I can explain” . . . Remembers most: our trip to Mexico middle of junior year . . . Ambition: to get my R.N. . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1; Latin Club 1,2; St. Mary’s THERESA GF.BRO “Tessi” . . . Quiet modesty • • Listening to the radio . . . ‘Al cC Blue Gown" . . . "Pardon” . • • members most: summer of ’59 • • Ambition: to travel . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1. SHIRLEY JEAN GAY “Shirl” . . . Enthusiastic supporter . . . Counting the days till . . • "Stardust” . . . “Good grief” . . • Remembers most: Homeroom III . . . Ambition: to raise six Angies . . . Contact 2-4; French Club 2-4; Genesians 3,4; G.A.A. 4. {J KATHLEEN MARY GERAGHTY “Kathy" . . . Refined simplicity . . . Work . . . “Battle Hymn of the Republic” . . . “I’m so tired” . . . Remembers most: Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to teach in a boarding school . . . Contact 2-4; Gcncsians 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4.MAUREEN BRIDGET GILL “Maureen” . . . Rare humor . . . Advising the lovelorn with Barnett . . . “To Each His Own” . . . “Wasn’t that a fun night?” . . . Remembers most: “Living Curl” in the library’ . . . Ambition: to be an accomplished speller . . . Vice-Pres. 2,3, See. 1, Treas. 1; Latin . Club 3; Contact 2-4, Leader 2,3,MQ SUZANNE HONOUR GRELSON “Suzanna?” . . . Tuneful twin . . . Telling Ganyaw to put her shoos back on and get up from under the table . . . “Old Man River” . . . “Of course it is my natural color!” , . . Remembers most: eating Steerburgers for a quarter at the Waldorf Cafeterias . . . Ambition: to go on another Regina Tour . . . Vice-Pres. 1,4; C.S.M.C. 2: AN-GELUS 4; ACHOAN 3; Contact 2,3, Leader 4; Glee Club 1-4, Section Leader 3; French G.A.A. 4. CAROL ANN GOUGHNOUR “Carol” . . . Quiet and queenly . . . Trying to live through Mondays . . . “Ebb Tide” . . . “Hello to you too!” . . . Remembers most: junior . . . Ambition: to travel abroad . . . ANGELUS 4; Contact 2-4; St. Mary’s 3. JNA GRE “Suzanne?” . . kUle'ifyll hatmony . . . Going to the "Rspresjo with McCoy and Ganyaw . . j. “Bali Hai" . . . “What dark root . . . Remembers most: Regina Tour . . • Ambition: to travel and sccMEurope . . . Pres. 1, Sec. 2; C.S.M.C. 2; ANGELUS 4; ACIIOAN 3; Contact 2-4, Leader 4; Glee Club 1-4. Vice-Pres. 1; French Club 2; G.A.A. 4. GAYLE Q.GOLTZ "G. G.” . . . Unperturbed nonchalance . . . Painting my “heaven” blue . . . “My Blue Heaven” . . . Remembers most: watching the World Series with Sister Mary Aloysius . . . Ambition: to play 3rd base for the Minnesota Gophers under Dick Seibert . . . Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 3,4. JOYCE ANNE GROSS “Mama” . . . Honor Student . . . Accent on acting . . . Dieting . . . “I’ll Be Seeing You” . . . “What on earth!" . . . Remembers most: the grand entrance of “Jimmie Joe” . . . Ambition: to stay on a diet . . . Contact 2-4: Genesians 3.4; Latin Club 1.2; Music Club 2.3: G.A.A. 4; Ushers Club 4. KATHRYN E. GUSTAFSON “Gus" . . . Warm-hearted concern . . . Looking for lost pens, gloves, and scarves . . . “Chances Arc” . . . “Hi, Doll!” . . . Remembers most: Military, sophomore year . . . Ambition: to have long curly hair . . . ANGELUS 4; Contact 2-4; French Club 2. HELEN ELEANOR HANSON "Helen” . . . Quiet joy . . . Music, sports, and calling up Clausen . . . “Battle Hymn of the Republic” . . . “Oh, how sickening!" . . . Remembers most: the week at the lake last summer with four other seniors . . . Ambition: to be as wonderful as my parents and teachers . . . Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1-4; Science Club 3. ALICE EILEEN HAGEMO “Al” . . . Constant diligence . . . Thinking about Friday nights . . . "South Pacific” . . . “No lie” . . . Remembers most: the summer before senior year . . . Ambition: to be a real good mother like my mother . . . Contact 2-4; Music Club 2. JOYCE GENEVIEVE HALL “Joycie” . . , Worthy of trust . . . Writing letters . . . “Blue Moon” . , . “Funniest dam thing” . . . Remembers most: Jeanne’s Halloween party . . . Ambition: to own a checkered apron . . , ACHOAN 3, Co-Editor 4; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 2,3, Scribe 3. MARGARET EILEEN HANSON "Peggy” . . . Quick on the “draw” . . . Making posters . . . “Friendly Persuasion” . . . "Oh, mercy!” . . . Remembers most: the time Annette and I dropped a fire hose . . . Ambition: to make up my mind about anything . . . Sec. 3; ANGELUS 4; Contact 2,3; Genesians 3; Spanish Club 2. BARBARA KAREN HARMON “Barb” ... A helping hand . . . Dieting . . . “Secret Love” . . . “Quite” . . . Remembers most: sophomore science project . . . Ambition: to become a medical technologist . . . C.S.M.C. 2; Contact 2-4; AVOC 3,4; German Club 3,4; Science Club 4. 18S r MARIE I. HARVEY “Harv" . . . Happy-go-lucky . . , Getting to Jeannic’s by 5:15 on Sunday mornings . . . “Unchained Melody" . . . “Funniest dam thing" . . . Remembers most: junior year and summer . . . Ambition: to qualify for a checkered apron . . . ACHOAN 3,4; Contact 2-4, Leader 4; Latin Club 1,2; St. Mary's 2,3. JEROLYNN P. HASSELO “Jill" . . . Sweet and demure . . . Thinking while walking with Hopes . . . “Now that it's over” . . “Ohh Holtby!" . , . Remembers most: Sisters of Saint Joseph . . . Ambition: to know more than Mom forgot . . . Vice-Prcs. 3,4; Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1,2. KATHLEEN M HASSMAN “Kathy" . . . Eager to join the fun . . . Driving around and listening to the radio . . . "More Than You Know" . . . “Oh crumb!” . . . Remembers most: junior summer . . . Ambition: to get my license . . . Treas. 4; Contact 2-4; French Club 3. I V Wk PATRICIA ANN HAYES "Hays" . . . Generous with her time . . . Tickling the plisse . . . "Younger than Springime" . . . "Yer kidding" . . . Remembers most: revenge at the water fountain . . . Ambition: to teach English in 213 . . . C.S.M.C. 4; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1,2. KATHLEEN FELLER HEENAN "Kathie" . . . Fun-loving fancy . . . Sleeping . . . “American Beauty Rose" . . . “Oh my heavens" . . . Remembers most: Dallas . . . Ambition: to earn a college degree . . . Contact 2-4; German Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,3; St. Mary’s 2,3. SUSAN ALICE HELIN “Sue" . . . Burst of warmth . . . Relaxing . . . “High Noon” . . . "We'll let that one pass!" . . . Remembers most: the friendliness of the girls at Holy Angels . . . Ambition: to fly a jet . . . Vicc-Pres. 3; Contact 2-4, Leader 2; AN-GELUS 4; French Club 3,4; G.A.A. 3. 19 VIRGINIA ANN HELIN "Ginger" . . . Enthusiasm unlimited . . . Swimming and skating . . . "Sentimental Journey" . . . "That's just neatness" . . Remembers most: Pitt’s Dinner Dance, 59 . . . Ambition: to have a pony tail again . . . Treas. 3; Contact 2-4; G.A.A. I; St. Mary's 2,3; Ushers Club 4. DIANA MARGARET HERLITZ "Squeek" . . . A winning smile . . . Listening to Hulwi's problems . . . "Sentimental Journey” . . . "Open mouth, insert foot" . . . Remembers most: working on the ACHOAN . . . Ambition: to be a good nurse and someday a good mother , . . ACHOAN 1-4; Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 1-3. KATHLEEN MARY HELLAND "Kathy" . . . Gentle humor . . . Developing Tuesday morning humility . . . “Someone to Watch over Me” ... "I s'pose" . . . Remembers most: Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to return to Puerto Rico . . . Pres. 4; ACHOAN 2,3, Co-Editor 4; Contact 2-4, Leader 4; Retreat chairman 4; Latin Club 2,3, Aedile 3. MARY JOAN HOLTBY "Mary Jo" . . . Whirlwind . . . Praying in chapel . . . “Blue Moon" . . . "Jill, I just don’t understand” . . . Remembers most: the nuns at Holy Angels, especially Sister Rose Edward . . . Ambition: to be a good wife and mother and fulfill God’s will while doing it . . . Contact 2-4; G.A.A. I. RAE ANN HENRIKSON "Rae" . . . Distinctive gestures . . . Singing, scribbling and psychoanalyzing . . . "Stouthearted Men" . . . "I’m repulsed" . . . Remembers most: the gang demolishing Salerno . . . Ambition: to have my mom's patience and sense of humor . . . Pres. 2,4, Vice-Pres. 3. Sec. 3, Class Sec. 2; ACHOAN 2; Contact 2-4, Leader 3; Latin Club 1,2; German Club 3,4; Genesians 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4, Board Member 3,4; St. Mary’s 2. ELLEN ANNE HOOD "El" . . . Spontaneous wit . . . Eating peaches and staying out of the rain . . . "Night Train” . . . "Who, me worry?" . . . Remembers most: reading about a sleeping beauty . . . Ambition: to keep the old Ford running . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,3; St. Mary’s 3.LINDA ANN HUETTL "Hut" . . . Ready to listen and encourage . . . Trying to understand Chinese! . . . “Little Things Mean a Lot" . . ."You’re kidding!" . . . Remembers most: our wide-awake car pool . . . Ambition: to say the right thing at the right time . . . Contact 2-4; Spanish Club 2; St. Mary’s 3. JEANNE MARY JAKUBEC “Jeannie” . . . Eager-beaver . . . Waiting for the alarm to ring . . . "Marine Hymn" . . . “Forget it" . . . Remembers most: De La Salle Commencement week end . . . Ambition: to be capped . . . AN-GELUS 4; Contact 2-4; German Club 3; G.A.A. 3; St. Mary’s 2,3; Spanish Club I. I JO ANNE HUFNAGLE "Huff" . . . A friend in need . . . Taking care of Wendy’s green-homed toad . . . "If I Didn’t Care" . . . "Peg — you lost" . . . Remembers most: songs with new words , . . Ambition: to own a bubbling purple bathing suit . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1; Genesians 4; G.A.A. 3,4. T t I FRANCES C. JEFFREY “Fran" . . . Tranquil mind . . . Always waiting . . . "You’ll Never Walk Alone" . . . "OK, sure, OK" . . . Remembers most: Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to get my driver’s license . . . Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 1. PAMELA GEAN HULWI "Hu'wi" . . . Sparkling eyes . . . Dancing and goofing around . . . "Blue Moon" . . . “What a riot!" . , . Remembers most: junior year . . . Ambition: to go to college . . . ACHOAN 4; Contact 2-4; Glee Club 2, Sec. 2. SUSAN LEE JOHNSON "Sue" . . . Always a lady . . . Waiting for the special letters . . . "I’ll Be Seeing You" . . . "Oh, you know" . . . Remembers most: the National Guard at the Meridian Hotel . . . Ambition: to find what my ambition is . . . Contact 2,3; Glee Club 2-4, Pres. 2: Treas. 1.3; G.A.A. 3; St. Mary’s 2.3. 21ELIZABETH ANN JOYCE "Betsy" . . . Tried and true . . Sleeping . . . “Bali Hai" . . . “You idiots" . . . Remember mo t: July week end at Gull Lake . . . Ambition: to hitchhike to the moon with Smithers . . . Pres. 1,3,4. Sec. 2,3; Contact 2,3; Genesians 3,4; G.A.A. 1,3,4, Board Member 3; Spanish Club 2, Vice-Pre . 2; St. Mary's 2. LESLIE E. KENNEDY "Leslie” . . . All-around girl . . . Reading that “certain someone’s yearbook" . . . "Look Homeward Angel" . . . “What!" . . . Remembers most: the surprise party I knew about . . . Ambition: to keep our one resolution . . . Vice-Pres. 4, Sec. 3, Trcas. 3; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1-4. CATHERINE P. KELLY "Kelly" . . . Quick to blush . . . Trying to get where I’m going on time . . . "Greensleeves” . . . “Oh ELIZABETH ANN KIESNER “Betsy” ... All smiles . . . Dieting . . . "Blue Danube" . . . “Motivate" . . . Remembers most: senior summer . . . Ambition: to win the game . . . Treas. 2; C.S.M.C. 4; ACHOAN 1-4; Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 4; St. Mary's 3. 22 ANN PATRICIA KENNEDY "Ann” . . . Cute and captivating . . . Drawing conclusions . . • “Poinciana" . . . "Now listen you kids" . . . Remembers most: the gang's lunch table . . . Sec. 1; Contact 2-4; Spanish Club 1,2; St. Mary’s 2. ) KAREN ANN KOZULLA "Karen" . . . Calm creativity . . . Combing my hair and hoping it won’t rain . . . "Til There Was You" . . . "Isn’t that exciting?” . . . Remembers most: when Sabe and I occupied the little room 'til the wee hours . . . Ambition: to be the proud owner of a swimmer’s certificate and a driver’s license . . . ANGELUS 4; Contact 2-4; French Club 2-4; Music Club 2; Mu Alpha Theta 3.4. 1SHARON JO ANN KRAM "Krammy” . . . Loads-of-fun . . . Lending things to Magoo . . . “Ebb Tide" . . . “You bong!" . . . Rrtnembers most: snakes, apes, pigeons, and turtles . . . Ambition: to be like my "Ma” and “Pa” . . . Sec. 1; Contact 2-4, Leader 3, Co-leader 4; Latin Club 1,2,4. PATRICIA ROSE KULAGA “Patty" . . . Diminutive doth . . . Trying to take good pictures . . . “Danny Boy" . . . “Malarky" . . . Remembers most: Camera Club’s problems . . . Ambition: to be a spinster . . . Contact 2.3; German Club 3,4; Science Club 4; Camera Club 2-4. I- COLLEEN LYNETTE KRANTZ “Coco” . . . Show of light . . . Being with the gang . . . “You’ll Never Walk Alone" . . . “Don’t get excited!" . . . Remembers most: Angelus Dance — junior year . . . Ambition: to become an artist . . . Pres. 1,3, Sec. 1,3; Contact 2-4; Glee Club I; French Club 3,4; G.A.A. 3; Music Club 2. GERALDINE JANE KUNTZ "Gerry" . . . Earnest effort . . . Rushing for books . . . "Some Enchanted Evening" . . . “Hey, you kids!" . . . Remembers most: Regina Tour . . . Ambition: not to be so “gullible” . . . Contact 2-4: Latin Club 1,2; Genesians 3; G.A.A. 4. 23 BETSY ANN KRUEGER "Krugg" . . . Whiz at the keys . . . "Cuddling" with Peine . . • “Stouthearted Men" . . . “My books were confiscated!” . . . Remembers most: Flower’s slow massacre . . . Ambition: to convince Rae singing isn’t everything . . . Pres. 2.3, Vice-Pres. 1; Class Sergeant-at-Anns 3; Contact 2-4; German Club 3.4; Genesians 2-4, Vice-Pres. 4; G.A.A. 3,4, Senior Representative; Music Club 2-4, Sec. 3; St. Mary’s 3. DIANNE HELEN LA BARRE "Kit" . . . Artful aptitude . . . Thinking . . . “Battle Hymn of the Republic" . . . "Well, she does have pretty hair." . . . Remembers most: cafe salt shakers . . . Ambition: to be a commercial artist . . . ACHOAN 1,2; Contact 2-4; French Club 3.4; Latin Club 1,2: G.A.A. 1-3; AVOC 4; St. Mary’s 2.3. IELEANOR FLORENCE La CLARE “Ell" . . . Eyes that shine ... Trying to find out what the word sleep means . . . “Blue Moon” . . . “Bingo” . . . Remembers most: tearing stamps in H.R. 118 .. . Ambition: to graduate . . . Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 1. RENEE ANNE LEEDER “Rency” . . . Keen perception . . . Camera Club . . . “Ave Maria" . . . "I was born this way. So what's your excuse?" . . . Remembers most: all the times that the ACHOAN finally did come out . . . Ambition: to get my driver’s license . . . ANGELUS 4; ACHOAN 2-4; Contact 2-4; Camera Club 2-4; Sec. 2, Treas. 3. Pres. 4. SANDRA-FAITH JEAN LAMB "Sandy” . . . Honor Student . . . Spirited participation . . . Attempting poetry . . . “Habanera” . . . “So now you know" . . . Remembers most: the eternal search for the best answers . . . Ambition: to get my M.D. degree before the year 2000 . . . C.S.M.C. 4; ACHOAN 3,4; Contact 3,4; Science Club 4; AVOC 4. MARY LUCY LEHNERT “Mary Lu" . . . The casual approach . . . Daydreaming . . . "The Twelfth of Never" . . . “Huh!" . . . Remembers most: last night in New York — Regina Tour; . . . Ambition: to capture a rebel . . . ACHOAN 2; Contact 2-4; German Club 3,4; Gencsians 3,4; Spanish Club 2. JUDY ANN LEE “Judy” . . . Quiet serenity . . . Watching! . . . "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" . . . "The dear little thing” . . . Remembers most: a certain someone’s yearbook . . . Ambition: to go back to New York with Kathy ... Sec. 3; ANGELUS 4; Contact 2-4. D’ANN LOUISE LeJEUNE “Loo" . . . Life of the party . . . Trying to get a car to go with my “car personality" . . . “I’ll See You in September" . . . “Best I consult Edna and ‘Big Lu’ ” . . . Remembers most: "Buttercup” . . . Ambition: to play golf in Hawaii . . . Contact 2-4; Genesians 2-4; G.A.A. 3,4; St. Mary’s 2. JANICE KAY LENZ “Winnie” . . . Sentimental sparkle . . . Trying to promote excite-mentnejs . . . “Someone to Watch over Me" . . . “It’s just romantic!” . . . Remembers most: “De" seminar in the gutter . . . Ambition: to love and be loved . . . Pres. 1, Vice-Pres. 3, Class Sec. 1; Contact 2-4, Leader 2-4: Genesians 3, 4; G.A.A. 2,4; Ushers Club 4. LINDA KATHERINE LITCHFIELD “Linn” . . . Queenly poise . . . Trying to "get it” . . . “Until We Meet Again” . . . “But he’s just not my type" , . . Remembers most: Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to keep smiling . . . All School Community Service Chairman 3; Sec. 1-3; Contact 2,3, Leader 2; French Club 3,4; Genesians 4; St. Mary’s 2,3. PATRICIA ANNE LEVI “P.L." . . . Ready wit . . . Having picnics in Latin . . . “Someone to Watch over Me" . . . “Oh, I’m just sick!" . . . Remembers most: slumber parties on Pillsbury . . . Ambition: to hold a good paying position with the Subterranean Sanitation Dept, of Mpls . . . Pres. I, Sec. I, Trcas. 1; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1-4, Aedile ?; Genesians 2-4. ) MARY LOU LOWRY “Louw” . . . Stylish sophisticate . . . Buying air mail stamps . . . “Don’t You Know" . . , “How does that grab ya?" . . . Remembers most: tripling with Meyer for the J.S. . . . Ambition: to have long hair . . . Pres. 4. Sec. 3; Contact 2-4, Co-leader 4; German Club 3.4. V DIANE BARBARA LINDGREN “Dino” . . . Exhilarating glow . . . Looking for a licensed driver for Renee . . . “Twelfth of Never" . . . “My gosh” . . . Remembers most: finishing pictures for the ACHOAN . . . Ambition: to make it through college . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1-3; Camera Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Spanish Club 2. MARY CAROL LUGER “Mary Carol” . . . Instinctive grace . . . Tripping the light fantastic . . . “Rhapsody in Blue" . . . “What’d you say?" . . . Remembers most: the night-lights of New York . . . Ambition: to travel . . . Vice-Pres. 1; Contact 2.3; Genesians 3,4: G.A.A. 4.SANDRA KAY LUKAS “Sandy” . . . Compatible disposition . . . Buzzing the Lyndale . . . “The Party’s Over” ... “I kid you not.” . . . Remembers most: the fun night . . . Ambition: to have just one of my many dreams come true . . . Contact 2-4: Latin Club 1-4; Gencsians 3,4; G.A.A. 4; St. Mary’s 3; Ushers Club 4. KATHLEEN MARIE McClellan “Kathic" . . . Full of life ... Trying to separate salt from pepper . . . “That Old Feeling” . . . “Would you please be quiet!” . . . Remembers most: watching Linda being crowned . . . Ambition: to raise teddy bears . . . Class President 1; Pres. 3, Vicc-Pres. 3; Contact 2-4; Leader 2-4; Glee Club 1; Latin Club 1,2; Genesians 3,4; Pres. 4; G.A.A. 3, Trcas. 3. KATHLENE DIANE LYONS “Kath” . . . Vivacious . . . Writing letters to “Tiger” . . . “Stardust" . . . “Now take Fridley Remembers most: the day a Tiger joined God’s team . . . Ambition: to wear an all-white outfit which has a significance . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1-4; Publicity chairman 4; French Club 1 4; G.A.A. 3. MAXINE JOAN McCONVILLE “Max" . . . Enviable presence of mind . . . Working for the impossible . . . “It’s All in the Game” . . . “I’m living." . . . Remembers most: the Regina Tour and the red-checkered shirt . . . Ambition: to bring happiness to someone . . . Vice-Pres. 4. Trcas. 3; Contact 2-4, Leader 2.3; ACHOAN 4; Glee Club 1.2; GENESIANS 3.4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; St. Mary’s 3. 26 JAYNE MARGARET McCANN “Jaynie” . . . Harmonious and sincere . . . Buzzing the Lyndale . . . “Someone to Watch over Me” . . . “Oh you kids, what a panic!” . . . Remembers most: the ups and downs of junior year . . . Ambition: to learn to say and do the right thing at the right time . . . AN-GELUS 4; ACHOAN 4; Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1; Latin Club 1,2; G.A.A. 4; Ushers Club 4. MARY PATRICIA McCORMICK “Shorty” . . . Capable and clever . . . Getting out of difficult situations . . . “Blue Moon” . . . “Now, what’s your problem?” . . . Remembers most: having the door of my locker closed when I was in it . . . Ambition: to be as wonderful and understanding as my parents . . . C.S.M.C.: All School Chairman 3. Class Co-ordinator 4, H.R. Chairman 2; See. 3, Trcas. 4; ANGELUS 4; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 3.4; G.A.A. 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Ushers Club 4.J DONNA ELIZABETH McCOY “McCoy” . . . Psychological insight . . . Keeping track of the "hero.” . . . “For Sentimental Reason ” . . . “Yes, Jean, I'm awake.” . . . Remembers most: MCEA Speech Contest . . . Ambition: to find a little bit of heaven . . . Pres. 4. Vicc-Prcs. 2; Contact 2,3; French Club 1,2; German Club 3,4; Gencsians 3,4; G.A.A. 4. CATHERINE E. McDONALD “Cathy” . . . Athletic delight . . . Trying to remember my junior year at A.H.A. . . . "Heaven on Earth" . . . “Good gravy!” . . . Remembers most: the day I met a "Phoebe” bird . . . Ambition: to be as patient as my mother . . . Treas. 2; Contact 2,4; G.A.A. 4; St. Mary’s 2. MARY ANNE McGOWAN "McGOO” . . . Bubbling eyes . . . Talking — too much . . . “Ebb Tide" . . . "You kids, what can I do?" . . . Remembers most: snakes, apes, pigeons, and turtles . . . Ambition: to open my mouth without putting my foot in it . . . Sec. 3; C.S.M.C. 1; Contact 2-4; German Club 3.4; St. Mary's 3; Ushers Club 4. MARCIA J. McGRUDER “Marsh" . . . Versatile appeal . . . Driving Dad's car . . . “Blue Moon” . . . “Guess what!" . . . Remembers most: summer of junior year . . . Ambition: to be as happily married as my parents . . . Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 1.2. MARY M McGLONF. “Mary” . . . IVilling worker . . . Daydreaming . . . “My Wild Irish Rose" . . . “That’s life" ... Remembers most: sophomore year . . . Ambition: to do God’s holy will . . . Contact 2,4; Science Club 4; G.A.A. 2,4; AVOC 3,4; Spanish Club 2. v.-- JUDITH ANN MANN “Judy A” . . . Capable and conscientious . . . Solving other people's problems . . . “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do" . . . “But I don’t like boys” . . . Remembers most: the kids I met at Currans’ . . . Ambition: to know and fulfill God’s plan for me . . . Treas. 2; Contact 2.3: Gencsians 3,4. - 27JUDITH ANNE MANN “Judy" . . . Good-humored and fruiting . . . Fishing . . . “Blue Moon” . . . “Be good!" . . . Remembers most: scenic tours . . . Ambition: to be thoughtful . . . ANGELUS 4; Contact 2-4. MARY CATHERINE MERZ “Mair" . . . Sparkling animation . . . Sending contemporary cards . . . “Night Train" ... “I doubt it." . . . Remembers most: junior summer . . . Ambition: to own a real monkey . . . Pres. 3; Contact 3. MARY MARGARET MATOS “Von" . . . Honor Student . . . Quite erudite . . . Feeding expanding candy to guinea pigs . . . “Greensleeves" . . . "Great scott!" . . . Remembers most: a ride in an official Air Force bus . . . Ambition: to pass an algebra test . . . Contact 2-4; Science Club 3,4; AVOC 3,4: Spanish Club 1,2. JUDITH ANNE MENGELKOCH "Jude . . . Honor Student . . . 7n-fectioui laughter . . . Library trips with Mike and Mary Jo . . . "Someone to Watch over Me" . . . "You guys, I have to have gas money." . . . Remembers most: “Judy Mcngelkoch, are you comfortable?" . . . Ambition: to be as happily married as my parents . . . All School Parliamentarian 4; Class Vice-Pres. 2; Pres. 2.3; Contact 2,3; Leader 2; Latin Club 1-4; Genesians 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Music Club 3.4, Pres. 4. MARY ANN MEYER “Mary Ann” . . . Piquant air . . . Playing cupid . . . "Sentimental Journey" . . . "Cha-Cha-Cha!" . . . Remembers most: carnival senior year . . . Ambition: to see "those far away places" . . . Contact 1-4: Latin Club 1.2; Genesians 3.4; G.A.A. 3. KATHLEEN JOAN MEXNER “Kathy" . . . Lively and lovely . . . Styling new hair-do’s . . . "Someone to Watch over Me" . . . “Really!!" . . . Remembers most: candlelight procession at Notre Dame . . . Ambition: to be as good an adult as the many people I have met during my years at A.H.A. . . . Pres. I; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1,2; Genesians 3,4. MARY CATHERINE MEYER “Mair" . . . Vivid interest ... Trying to get home on time . . . “Blue Moon" . . . 'Tve got something to tell you, hut I can’t remember what” . . . Remembers most: doubling with Lois . . . Ambition: to travel around the world . . . ANGELUS 4; C.S.M C. 3; Contact 2-4, Leader 4; St. Mary's 3: Publicity Club 1,2. MARGARET MARY MUNSINGER “Marge” . . . Fragile femininity . . . Writing letters . . . “You'll Never Walk Alone" . . . “Who me?” . . . Remembers most: the good times at A.H.A. . . . Ambition: to finish all the things I start . . . Vice- KAREN IRENE MOEHN “Karen" . . . Easy going . . . Giving bumps and bruises while driving .. . “South Pacific” . . . “Oh you kids, stop it!” . . . Remembers most: “I REMEMBER MAMA" . . . Ambition: to get an "A” in junior religion . . . ACHOAN 2; Contact 2-4, Leader 4; Genesians 3.4, Sec. 4; Latin Club 1,2; Camera Club 2; AY’OC 3. JOAN TERESA MORTL “Joan” . . . Laughing eyes . . . Talking over problems with my friends . . . “Moments to Remember” . . . "You’re kidding!" . . . Remembers most: train ride from L.A. . . . Ambition: to know what I’m doing . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 3,4 ; G.A.A. 1,4; St. Mary's 3. MARY MARGARET MONAHAN “Alice" . . . Unsuspected depths . . . Trying to get a ride in “Buttercup" . . . “If I Didn't Care” . . . “Well, I guess" . . . Remembers most: Wendy's flying shoe . . . Ambition: to have honey in the morning, honey in the evening, honey all the time! . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1,3; G.A.A. 4. MARY MARGARET MONCHAMP “Champ" . . . Easy-to-know . . . Keeping out of trouble . . . "Little Things Mean a Lot” . . . “Thought I would" . . . Remembers most: Saturday on the bench with Stucki . . . Ambition: to laugh like a normal human being . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1,3; French Club 3; G.A.A. 4; St. Mary’s 3. 29DARLENE MARIE MURPHY "Dari" . . . Bright and brisk . . . Talking on the phone . . . “Night Train" . . . “Ye gad !" . . . Remembers most: scenic tours . . . Ambition: to have an ambition and to be a success at it . . . C.S.M.C. 2; Contact 2-4; French Club 3.4; Latin Club 1,2; Gene-sians 3,4. PATRICIA C. NEAL “Pat" . . . Whimsical ditty . . . Letters to Denny . . . “Robbin’ the Cradle" . . . “Just think, four weeks and two days.” . . . Remembers most: trips to Saint Cloud . . . Ambition: to help orphan children . . . Trcas. 3; Contact 2. ELLEN MARIE MURPHY "Murph" . . . Lively to the end . . . Trying to convince my friends that I am a man-hater . . . “The Twelfth of Never” . . . "Hey, you guys, guess what!” . . . Remembers most: the blue uniform and eggs on Halloween . . . Ambition: to be as good-natured as my parents . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 3; French Club 3; G.A.A. 1.3,4; St. Mary’s 2,3. WENDY LOUISE NEILL “Spaghett” . . . Rollicking redhead . . . Putting little green-homed toads on “Huff’s" bed . . . "Someone to Watch over Me" . . . “Do you believe it?” . . . Remembers most: dancing around Manhattan Island with Fairbanks . . . Ambition: to have straight hair . . . Vice-Pres. 3; ANGELUS 4; Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1; Latin Club 1,2; German Club 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Ushers Club 4. 30 SHERRIE MURRELL -“Smily" . . . Regal bearing . . . Making time . . . “Always" . . . "Laugh, I thought I would die!!" . . . Remembers most: Canada . . . Ambition: to graduate . . . Vice-Pres. 3, Treas. 4. DANNA LEE NOONAN “Dandy" . . . Devilish character . . . Taping my "wings" together . . . "Wouldn't It Be Loverly" , . . "Ugle” . . . Remembers most: being in my sister’s class . . . Ambition: to write great poetry while sitting on a flagpole . . . Sec. I, Treas. I; Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1; Latin Club 1,2; Genesians 3,4; G.A.A. 4; Ushers Club 4.KATHLEEN MARY OBRIEN "O.B." . . . The individual . . . Dropping lunch trays . . . ‘'Rustle of Spring" . . . "Oh, Sharp!" . . . • Remembers most: snow . . . Ambition: to be able to double-talk like Carolyn . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 1-4; French Club 3; St. Mary’s 3. CAROLYN ANN OLSON "Carrie" . . . Subtle humor . . . Writing articles for the ACHOAN . . . "Blue Moon" ... "I don’t believe you” . . . Remembers most: midnight ride to the 16th floor . . . Ambition: to fulfill my vocations . . . ACHOAN 3,4; Contact 2-4; Co-leader 4; C.S.M.C. 4; Latin Club 1-3. 1 SHARON O’BRIEN "Sharon" . . . Gentle and generous . . . Keeping ahead . . . "Oh My Love" . . . “That kills me.” . . . Remembers most: last summer . . . Ambition: to get to heaven . . . C.S.M.C. 3; Contact 2-4. COLLEEN MARGARET O’ROURKE "Clean" . . . Sunny disposition . . . Waiting for Karen to hurry up . . . "Side by Side” . . . “But you know I can’t see that far" . . . Remembers most: the early morning car pool . . . Ambition: to do everything I do in the right way . . . Sec. 3; Contact 2-4. ROSEMARY O’LOUGHLIN "Rosie” . . . Pleasant disposition . . . Trying to decipher my own handwriting . . . "Oh What a Beautiful Morning" . . . "Oh no, did you really?” . . . Remembers most: bottles in the bathtub . . . Ambition: to remember to turn on the car lights . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 2; Genesians 3.4; G.A.A. 3; Spanish Club 2. X JUDITH ANN OSTREM "Jude" . . . Poised self-possession . . . Seeking an inspiration via my grapevine . . . "I’ll Be Seeing You" . . . “No kidding, you kids, I almost died!" . . . Remembers most: junior year, comsilk and bulls." . . . Ambition: to master the art of making “quick recoveries” . . . Sec. 2.3, Treas. 1; ACHOAN 3,4; Contact 2-4, Leader 3; Latin Club 1-4; G.A.A. 2. 31KATHLEEN FRANCES O’SULLIVAN ‘‘FlufT’ . . . Amiable and sincere . . . Accepting humble apologies . . . “You’ll Never Walk Alone" . . . "First things first, Kiddo." . . . Remembers most: reporting on Mondays and Fridays . . . Ambition: to be prudent as my friend is prudent . . . Vice-Pres. 1, Sec. 2, Trras. 3; C.S.M.C. 3; ACHOAN 3,4; Contact 2-4; St. Mary's 4. DOLORES MARIE PASICZNYK "Dolores" . . . Tidy and trim . . . Hone-back riding, swimming, and working . . . "Blue Moon” . . . “Oh really now!" . . . Remembers most: balcony in English 1 . . . Ambition: to break the habit of getting up at 5:30 A.M. on free days . . . Contact 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2. ROSE MARIE OXBOROUGH "Rosie" . . . Caiety supreme . . . Waiting for week ends and that phone call . . . “Only You" . . . "Now what did I do?" . . . Remembers most: those early morning drives to school . . . Ambition: to be a Commissioner of Highways . . . Treas. 3; C.S.M.C. 2; Contact 2-4. ELIZABETH ANN PARTHUN "Liz” . . . Confirmed indii idualitt . . . Taking tours through war surplus stores . . . "Bali Hai" . . . "Can’t you be serious?" . . . Remembers most: bottles in the bathtub . . . Ambition: to be the swimming teacher at A.H.A. . . . Contact 2 4; Genesians 3.4; Spanish Club 2. JUDITH EDERF.R PAULSON “Judy” . . . Inventive diligence . . . Reading . . . “South Pacific" . . . "Yes, dear” . . . Remembers most: Junior-Senior Prom . . . Ambition: to have everything done on time . . . Contact 2,4; German Club 3,4; Camera Club 1; AVOC 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; St. Mary’s 3; Spanish Club 2. sl L NI6E N1ARJT.NIftY _ .O igaging smile . ■fdering about a certain bare- t beatnik . . . "Blue Moon" . . . "Good heavens, control yourself!" . . . Remembers most: my sixteenth summer . . . Ambition: to the patience and under-my parents . . . AN-Contact 2-4; Latin 4; St. Mary’s 3.SUSAN CARTRIGHT PERRY “Sue” . . . Quick-uitted and merry . . . Writing novels . . . “The Whippenpoof Song” . . . "Does anyone have a match?" . . . Remembers most: peaches and guitan in an upside-down car . . . Ambition: to reach a happy medium . . . C.S.M.C. 1; ANGELUS 4; Contact 2 4; Latin Club 1,2; Genesians 3. MARY ANN POLLMANN “Mary” . . . Calm and collected . . . Writing letters . . . "Tall Paul" . . . "C’mon, hurry!” . . . Remembers most: cafeteria conversation . . . Contact 2,3; Glee Club 3; French Club 1; German Club 3.4; Vice-Prrs. 3, Sec. Treas. 4; St. Mary’s 2. JUDITH RITA PFEIFER "Judy" . . . Emerald eyes . . . Planning trips to California with J. P. and Nan . . . “Misty" . . . “I made it." . . . Remembers most: the birthday party at Lake Minnetonka . . . Ambition: to have the patience of my mother . . . Contact 2-4; St. Mary's 3. i GERTRUDE GRACE POQUETTE "Trudi" . . . Winsome . . . Rooting for Washbum . . . "Blue Moon" . . . “Oh. don’t be a Schmoo!” . . . Remembers most: dressing in the locker room . . . Ambition: to win my wings . . . Pres. 1; Contact 2,3; Latin Club 1-4; AVOC 3; St. Mary’s 3; Ushers Club 4. KATHLEEN VICTORIA PIERCE “Casey” . . . Perpetual good nature . . . Trying to make a decision . . . "Moon Indigo” . . . "’s OK kid." . . . Remembers most: sarcastic quips . . . Ambition: to gain ten pounds . . . Sec. 2, Treas. 4; Contact 2-4, Leader 2,4; French 1-4; St. Mary’s 3. JUDITH LEE PROM “J.P." . . . Pert pixie . . . Waiting for that “special" day . . . “All the Time" , . . "Forget it!" . . . Remembers most: a "certain” wonderful guy . . . Ambition: to be half the saint my mother is . . . Contact 2-4; St. Mary’s 3.JERILYNN MARIE REULAND “Jcri” . . . Inquisitive . . . Water skiing in summer, eating all winter .. . “Younger Than Springtime" . . . “Doesn’t anyone have any food?" . . . Remembers most: superior Home Room 125 vs. inferior Home Room 111 ... Ambition: to be a bride . . . Contact 2-4; Latin 1-4; Science Club 3,4; AVOC 3,4; Music Club 1-3. NANCY RITA RISVOLD "Nance” . . . Bubbling merriment . . . Trying to convince certain people that it’s nice to be on time once in awhile . . . "To Know Him Is to Love Him” . . . "But, you kids, now what do I do?” . . . Remembers most: the night I got those two calls . . . Ambition: to always be a part of the three musketeers . . . Contact 2-4. MARY CATHERINE RICE “Ricer" . . . Jovial jester . . . Lunching on pecan pic . . . "With a Little Bit of Luck” ... “I don’t care!" . . . Remembers most: gutter-napping . . . Ambition: to find my way of life . . . Contact 2-4, Leader 3; G.A.A. 4; Latin Club 1-4; Cenesians 3,4; Ushers Club 4. MARY KATHERINE ROCH "Mair" . . . That inner glow . . . Little trips here and there . . . "Stardust" . . . "Pensez done!” . . . Remembers most: skiing at ML Telemark with Martha . . . Ambition: to win at bowling . . . Vicc-Pres. 4. Trcas. 3; Contact 2-4; St. Mary’s 3. 34 MICHAEL EILEEN RILEY “Mike" . . . Irish eyes . . . Suffering while Rae sings . . . "Dream” . . . "But you guys, I haven’t any money!” . . . Remembers most: sophomore summer . . . Ambition: to get some . . . Pres. 2, Trcas. 1.3; Glee Club 1-4, Pres. 4, Librarian 3; Contact 2-4; Genesians 3; Spanish Club 1,2; St. Mary’s 2; Camera Club 1. MARTHA THERESA ROCHEFORD "Marty” . . . Ready and willing . . . Taking little trips here and there with Mary . . . "September Song” . . . "How twitchy!” . . . Remembers most: skiing at Mt. Telemark . . . Ambition: to climb the Eiffel Tower . . . Pres. 3,4, Sec. 3; Contact 2-4; French Club 1-4; St. Mary’s 3.SHARON A ROSENOW “Sharon” . . . Fair and feminine . . . Waiting for the phone to ring . . . “Moments to Remember" . . . “C’mon you guys, hurry up" . . . Remembers most: my seventeenth year and all its escapades . . . Ambition: to make dreams come true . . . Treas. 3; Contact 2-4; French Club 2; C.A.A. 3; St. Mary’s 2. B M , I ' JV MARY JO RYAN “M. J.” . . . Friendly and fun . . . Changing hair colors . . . “Moon-glow" . . . “But it’s natural!" . . . Remembers most: the egg in Sally’s sneakers . . . Ambition: to be punctual and organized . . . Pres. 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Treas. 2,4; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1,2; Gcnesians 3; St. Mary’s 3. MARY KATHRYN RUHLAND “Kathy" . . . Kind quiescence . . . Playing the piano or at least trying to . . . “Blue Moon" . . . “What am I going to do?" . . . Remembers most: the first night we went to St. Mary’s Hospital . . . Ambition: to type 100 words per minute without error! . . . Contact 2-4; St. Mary’s 4. PATRICIA R. RYAN “Pat" . . . Rich in manners . . . Patronizing the U.S. Postal Department . . . “You’ll Never Walk Alone” . . . "Oh. real sharp!" . . . Remembers most: eggs on Halloween . . . Ambition: to make up my mind . . . Contact 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Latin Club 1-4; St. Mary’s 3. PATRICIA DEANE RUMFORD "Pat” . . . Calm, cool and collected . . . Trying to make Gus act her age . . . “I’ll Be Seeing You" . . . "What test?” ... Remembers most: summer of ’59 . . . Ambition: to travel through Europe . . . Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 4; Mu Alpha Theta Treas. 4. PAULA MARIE RYAN "Paula" . . . Sweet simplicity . . . Explaining why . . . "Twelfth of Never" . . . “Not really, but wouldn't it have been funny?" . . . Remembers most: my locked suitcase in Atlantic City . . . Ambition: to live up to what I was told four years ago . . . Vicc-Pres. 3, Sec. 4; C.S.M.C. 3; Contact 2-4; German Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; St. Mary’s 2,3. 35ANNETTE HELEN SANZONE “Annette" . . . Placid sweetness . . . Doing homework . . . “Blue Moon” . . . "Really?" ... Remember most: Legion picnic when the dock broke . . . Ambition: to live such a life that my parents will be proud of me . . . Treas. 3; ACHOAN 3; Contact 2-4. . CAROLE CATHERINE SC HAULS "Schauls" . . . Fancy-fret . . . Getting slugged by Smitty . . . "Bali Hai” . . . “Not too neat or anything" . . . Remembers most: the “mob” and Maple Lake . . . Ambition: to hear Rae sing a song on key just once . . . Sec. 1, Treas. 1; Contact 2-4; ACHOAN 1,2; French Club 1-3; Gcnesians 3.4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; St. Mary’s 2,3; Ushers Club 4. I BARBARA ANN SAX "Sax" . . . Fair of fact . . . Drinking coffee and gossiping with Darlene . . . “Are you satisfied?" . . . “Gee-cry" . . . Remembers most: Diane's pajama party . . . Amibtion: to be a nurse . . . Contact 2; St. Mary’s 4. MARY H. SPIF.KER “Speak" . . . Happy go-lucky . . . Sleeping . . . “When the Saints Come Marching In" . . . "Oh, I’ve got to study” . . . Remembers most: certain parties last summer . . . Ambition: to be an airline stewardess. KATHLEEN MARIE SAUTER “Kay" . . . Sincerity personified . . . Working at “509” . . . "Twelfth of Never" . . . “You guys, guess what" . . . Remembers most: rolling under a certain garage door . . . Ambition: to sleep 24 hours straight . . . Pres. 4, Vice-Pres. 1; ANGELUS 4; Latin Club 1,2, Scribe 2; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Contact 2-4. Co-leader 4; St. Mary’s 3. fa PATRICIA ANNE SCHULTZ "Pat” . . . Conifanf congeniality . . . Giving advice to Ellen . . . "You’ll Never Walk Alone" . . . “For real?" . . . Remembers most: summer of ’59 . . . Ambition: to find the perfect mate . . . Contact 2-4; Mu Alpha 3,4; St. Mary's 3. 36PATRICIA M. SELENSKI “Pat" . . . Starlight in her eyes . . . Saturday lunches with Judy . . . “String of Pearls" . . . "You’re kidding" . . . Remembers most: falling down the stairs at the Military . . . Ambition: to get my driver’s license . . . Pres. 3, Treas. 4, Sec. 2; Contact 2-4; Ushers Club 4. JUDITH ANNE SMITH “Smithers" . . . Warm-hearted sincerity . . . Learning the right way to play bridge . . . “Slaughter on 10th Avenue" . . . "Do you believe it?" . . . Remembers most: July weekend at Gull Lake . . . Vice-Pres. 1,4; Contact 2,3; Gene-sians 3; Latin Club 1,2; G.A.A. 3,4. CAROL ANN SIEVERS "Carol" . . . Mellow manner , . . Listening to Ahmad Jamal . . . “Someone to Watch over Me" . . . "Crazy" . . . Remembers most: trying to remember . . . Ambition: to find that someone . . . Contact 2-4: Spanish Club 2; AVOC 3; St. Mary’s 2,3. SHARON ROSE SOLHEIM “Pokey” . . . Always discerning . . . Writing letters . . . "In the Mood" . . . Did I get any mail?" . . . Remembers most: the Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to travel . . . C.S.M.C. 2; Spanish Club 1,2; Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 3. PATRICIA ELLEN SKOOG “Pat" . . . On-the-go . . . Trying to accomplish the impossible . . . “Misty" . . . “Hey you kids” . . . Remembers most: the Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to tour Europe . . . ACHOAN 3.4; Contact 2-4; French Club 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2. MARCIA ANNE SCHEURER "Luigie” . . . First-class organizer . . . Pulling white hair . . . “Unchained Melody" . . . “Could you help me, sir? My car’s on fire." . . . Remembers most: olives, carrots and faces . . . Ambition: to be a garbage collector with a good memory . . . Pres. 3, Treas. 4; C.S.M.C. Chairman 2; AN-GELUS 4 ; Contact 2-4. Co-leader 4; G.A.A. I; St. Mary’s 2.3; Ushers Club. 37MARY JO SPILLANE “Ugh" . . . Enchanting dreamer . . . “Library trips to Nelson’s with Jude and Mike . . . “Cockeyed Optimist” . . . Remembers most: the puddle on 66th Street . . . Ambition: to get something done at least a day before it’s due . . . Sec. 4; C.S.M.C. 1; Contact 2-4, Leader 3; Glee Club 3; Latin Club 1-4, Pres. 2: Genesians 4; G.A.A. 3,4; St. Mary’s 2,3; Ushers Club 4. ROSALIE SULLENTROP ’’Rosie” . . . Candid grace . . Changing my hair style . . . "But Beautiful” . . . “Really! Is it ever sharp!" . . . Remembers most: Balsam Lake jail after the senior prom . . . Ambition: to make it to the big city . . . Contact 2-4; Latin Club 2; Genesians 3; Music Club 2; St. Mary’s. 3 V TRINA MARIE SPIRAKIS “Trina" . . . Eager to please . . . Piano . . . “Blue Moon” . . . "Oh, I forgot!” . . . Remembers most: Regina Tour — Gerri and I in front of the capitol . . . Ambition: to be a good secretary and as wonderful as my mother . . . Contact 2-4; French Club 3,4; St. Mary’s 4. MARGARET MARY TAIT “Peg” . . . That innocent look . . . Wishing I could wash the juniors’ faces . . . “Trying" . . . “You lose, Huff” . . . Remembers most: "Cabin parties" . . . Ambition: to be a night club singer . . . Pres. 1; Contact 2-4, Leader 3,4; Genesians 3,4; St. Marys’ 3. W j V jJ' Y 38 MARILU ANN STUCKI "Stook” . . . Spritely and sportive . . . Operating with Eliot . . . “I’d Rather Die Young” . . . “Oh well, such is life" . . . Remembers most: Saturday on the bench with Monchamp . . . Ambition: to have the faith and understanding of my parents . . . Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 4; Glee Club 1. JEANNE ELLEN TERRY “Jeannie” . . . Independent and re-sourceful . . . Watching the late, late T.V. shows . . . "Loveliest Night of the Year" . .“Isn’t that just neat?" . . . Remembers most: plane ride on the Regina Tour . . . Ambition: to go to college . . . Contact 2-4; German Club 3,4.MARY AGNES TIGUE "Mar" ... Up on the news . . . Playing second fiddle to a football . . . "I Spoke Too Soon" . . . "Who said that?” . . . Remembers most: Woods's Alice Blue gown . . . Ambition: to get along . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 2. CAROLYN MARY WALCH "Carol" . . . Fun-loving dignity . . . Taking coffee breaks with Mary Ann and Tigue . . . "If I Loved You" . . . "What did you say?" . . . Remembers most: freshman year — first day . . . Ambition: to reach twenty-one . . . Sec. 2, Treas. 1; Contact 2-4: Glee Club 3,4; Latin Club 2; St. Mary’s 3. MARY LOUISE TREAT "Treater" . . . That distinctive style . . . Looking for Wegmann . . . "1812 Overture” . . . "Oh, no!” . . . Remembers most: July week end at Gull Lake . . . Pres. 2; Contact 2,3, Leader 3; Gene-sians 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2.4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; St. Mary’s 2. » ARLENE MARY WARREN “Ar" . . . Bountiful zest . . . Living for the week end . . . “True Love" . . . “You know” . . . Remembers most: De LaSalle Homecoming . . . Ambition: to be an interior decorator . . . Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 1.2. 39 MARY ANN VIRNIG "Vim" ... A cheerful helper . . . Living for week ends . . . “True Love" . . . "You know it!" . . . Remembers most: the summer of my seventeenth year . . . Ambition: to get married and hear the pattering of little feet . . . Contact 4; German Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,4. KATHLEEN MARY WARREN "Kath" . . . Tranquil temperance . . . Going to football games . . . "I’ll Be Seeing You" . . . "Hey! Wait for me!" . . . Remembers most: Benildc-Washbum game . . . Ambition: to get my halo . . . Contact 2-4; G.A.A. 1,2.CHRISTINE WEGMANN “Cris" . . . Slow but sure . . . Buying sugarlcss gum for S.T. Mixers . . . “Getting to Know You" . . . "Treat!" . . . Remembers most: Brainerd — rain and July . . . Ambition: to “ace-out" Donna playing bridge . . . C.S.M.C. 2; Contact 2-4, Leader 2; Latin Club 1-4, Sec. 1, Consul 4; Gene-sians 2-4; G.A.A. 1,3,4; Ushers Club 4; Tecnboard; Dayton’s 3, Donaldson’s 4. JOANNE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS “Jo" . . . Mirthful manner . . . Trying to sleep later than 7 o’clock any morning . . . “All I Have to do is Dream” . . .“No! Really?” . . . Remembers most: the tunnel and senior year . . . Ambition: to be as wonderful as my mother . . . Contact 2-4; Glee Club 3,4; Science Club 4; G.A.A. 3,4; AVOC 3. GERMAINE ANN WELTER “Gerri" . . . Sport enthusiast . . . Watching Miller games . . . "Gold Mine in the Sky" . . . “Could be" . . . Remembers most: summer three years ago . . . Ambition: to go to Frisco and see the Giants. t CATHERINE WILLIAMS “Katy" . . . F.ver-sharp . . . Trying to exclude the art of procrastinating .. . "I’ll Never Stop Loving You" . . . “Well, you know" . . . Remembers most: working at Blue Ribbon Meat Market . . . Ambition: to get my driver’s license, nursing license, and marriage license by 1960 . . . Treas. 1; Contact 1-4; Latin Club 2-4, Treas. 3; Science Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,3,4; AVOC 3,4; St. Mary’s 3,4. JUDITH MARY WILLIAMS “Judy" . . . Pert and polished . . . Playing baseball, football, and basketball with my brothers . . . “Avc Maria" . . . "I’m hungry" . . . Remembers most: “Downstairs" after school . . . Ambition: to be as good a nurse as my mother . . . Contact 2-4; Science Club 4; G.A.A. 2-4. CAROL SUE WODARZ "Carol" . . . Steady and capable Trying to catch the morning bus . . . "Sentimental Journey" . . . “You know what Pat did last night?" . . . Remembers most: junior year . . . Ambition: to get my driver’s license . . . Contact 2.3; Latin Club 1,2.' CECILIA MARY WOLF "Celia” . . . Pleasant and pern re . . . Doing nothing . . . "I’ll Never Walk Alone" . . . “Yes, but" . . . Remembers most: senior year . . . Ambition: to go around the world . . . Contact 2-4; Science Club 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4. JACQUELINE M. WOODWARD "Lynn" . . . Pensive and probing . . . Getting my license . . . "As Time Goes By" . . . "No lie" . . . Remembers most: three muske- teers . . . Ambition: to be half as wonderful as my parents . . . Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1,2; German Club 1,2. CAROL CATHERINE WOOD "Woody" . . . Friendly candor . . . Keeping up with the "Blondes" . . . "The Party’s Over" . . . Remembers most: last night in New York — Regina Tour . . . Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1,2; Glee Club 1; G.A.A. 3,4; St. Mary’s 2,3. CAROL JEAN YETZER "Carol" . . . Modestly unobtrusive . . . Collecting records . . . Sunrise Serenade” . . . "One of these days” . . . Remembers most: my first Angelus Dance . . . Ambition: to be a good secretary and to be like my mother . . . C.S.M.C. 4; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 1,2; St. Mary’s 4. MARY ANNE WOODS "Woodsie" . . . Those facial expressions . . . Getting Tigue out of jams . . . "No, Not Much" . . . "I’m just embarrassed for you" . . . Remembers most: my Alice Blue gown . . . Ambition: to find my state in life . . . Pres. 1,3, Vice-Pres. I, Sec. 2, Treas. 2; C.S.M.C. 4; Contact 2-4, Leader 2; French Club 1,2. JACQUELYN ANN ZIPOY "Jackie" . . . Saucy and sweet . . . Fishing . . . "True Love” . . . "W'hat test?" . . . Remembers most: scenic tours . . . Ambition: to win the war . . . Vice-Pres. 3; Contact 2-4; Latin Club 2; German Club 3,4; Genesians 3.4; Science Club 4; G.A.A. 4; Ushers Club 4.Judy Berg Mary Bing, vice-pres. Judy Bourkc Eve Bo war, sec. Janet Carroll, pres. “Avez-vous prepart la le on pour aujourd’hui?” Class of ’61 Homeroom 213 Marlene Sohloesser Ann Thciscn Sharon Vangcn Sarah Van Roo The fun-loving Junior Class has been led this year in its round of upperclassman activities by Emily Pierce. The class spirit the juniors possess has been shown continually, especially in their active participation in athletics. And who can forget their sudden interest in current events? It is with a certain amount of sentiment and a great deal of confidence that we leave Holy Angels to the candid and capable class of ’61. Terry Paulson Dianne Ramsdcn Virginia Schladcr Mary Kay Frey Kathryn Gilc Holly Hanley Priscilla Hcrbison Barbara Keane Judy McGuire Barbara Matthes Virginia Neumann C.S.M.C. 42Joanne Russell Trudy Sandvig Kathleen Scanlan Janet Tenute Industrious juniors in Sister Mary Alexis’s religion class brush up on early Church history. Margaret Wegmann, pres. Mary Ellen Condon, treas. Mary Kodadek Not pictured: Michelle Danthorp Roberta Schwinn Janet White Catherine Klughcrz Peggy Litchfield Diane Lundblad Judy Williams Joyce Mattice Alice McCarthy Patricia McCawley Mary McClellan Joanne Zimmer ' L ri Donna McDcvitt Kathleen McFarland Rosemary McKasy Susan Miller Marilyn Montville Diane Nelson, vice-pres. Ellyn O’Connor, see. Jeanne Quealy Judith Quealy Judith Rivers Mary Roth Homeroom 180M Mary Allard Kathleen Bellew Kathleen Wells 43Mary Sue Best, pres. Barbara Bezanson, treat. Carol Bihncr Susan Bowar, see. Sue Bymes Jean Carroll Pat Christian Kathleen De Roma Nancy Doyle Rosemary Drozd a Patricia Dunn Mary Ellen O’Reilly Patricia Phemetton Delores Pleiss, C.S.M.C. Dianne Padden, vice-pres. Joan Pasicznyk Mary Ploog Judie Poquette Kathryn Pulchin Joyce Pasicznyk Marilyn Peach Joanne Rckow Mary Schuler Mary Schulze Rollenc Schweigcr £ aL A (ft r ■ . • i Homeroom 117 Betty Fettig Cheryl Ogden Kathleen O'Reilly Sister Evangelita briefs a few of her junior religion students on the day’s topic. 44Colleen Barnett, treat. Jacqueline Beaudette Nancy Black Beth Burns Mary Ann Carter Mary Cleary Catherine Cross Pamela Doyle Patricia Eckes, vice-pres. and sec. Cynthia Gaskcll Dorothy Gcbro Judith Hamerski At least some juniors appear wide awake and cheerful for first hour! Homeroom 118 Patricia Haines Catherine Kort Susan McGee Barbara McNamcc Roberta Morris Kathleen Mulligan Sandra Smith Mary Solbcrg Sandra Solheim Patricia Murray Judith O’Donnell Jillaine Smith Janice Stadther Patricia Symington Sandra Thompkins Marcia Tiemey, pres. Carol Ulmer 45Nancy Bird, vice-pres. Karen Brooks Miss Abalan returns test papers to apprehensive juniors. Jacqueline Carlson, C.S.M.C. Homeroom 215 Elizabeth Cuddigan Kathleen Cordrcy Mary Haymaker Katherine HcfTem, pres. Cathie Hendrickson Irene Holman Carol Janovec Diane Lamb Patricia Lund Virginia Dehn Janet Martyn Kathleen McKay Madalyn McVVhite Mollic Mulheran Ann Diehl Sharon Dolezal Mary Murphy Kathleen Owens Jean Sauscn Sue Schmidt Margaret Doyle, sec.-treas. Catherine Gardner Catherine Seidel Linda Velander Barbara Weller Maureen Zinn 46Marcia Anderson Marion Anderson, pres. Rosalec Biros Dianne Boescr, sec., C.S.M.C. Sharon Skahen Kathy Silcott Homeroom 223B Charlotte Gamble. treas. Mary Gurholt Connie Hagemo Gloria Hagen Susan Hynes Diane Jensen Karyl Kulaga Susan Logclin Future secretaries study techniques of office efficiency. Kathleen McNulty Mary Mann Joyce Rohnei, viee-pres. Joan Mace Marilyn MelchoirMary Baier jo Ann Besser Joan Donohoe Judy Foline, treat. Joan Benton Joan Bliss Marianne Fitzgerald Carol Gay Jeanne Gooding Patricia Kennedy Karen Koenen Maureen La Sola Homeroom 111 4 J! Rita Lehnert, vice-prts. Judith Little Carole Loch Elizabeth Magnuson Barbara Neary Mary O'Laughlin Mary Lou Peterson Emily Pierce Judy Revord, tee. Not pictured: Ann La Bree, pres. Carol Muckenhirn Kathleen Rinck Diane Robbie Mary Ellen Rooney Pamela Schaaf Rosemary Thompson Mary Ellen Ward 48Mary Clapp. C.S.M.C. Mary Finnegan Judy Ameberg Judith Bartcll Homeroom 202 Barbara Brccke Sally Grathwol Cynthia Chubb Sandra Habberstad Mary Hogan Ann I gel Kathleen Hayes Carolyn Hoffmann Mrs. Carlson keeps an eye on the Thanksgiving bulletin board as mcm bers of her homeroom add the finishing touches. Patricia La Pitz Judith Larsen Mary Hurley Donna Kelly 0 A A 0 JSzA f+Aftk a Catherine Leifeld Paula Lewis Stephanie Lillie, Judith Masloski Kathleen Murray, vict-pres. Rita Waddick Judy W yd ell a 49 Leslie Kunz Karen LamusgaClass of ’62 Art students prepare papier-mache statues for their All sAints Day exhibit. It's a fascinating experience to be a sophomore. Their clay is a combination of theorems, dissections, and Julius Caesar. This year Contact has become for them a major activity, providing the groundwork for Christian leadership in their class. With Liz Andrescn as class president, they’ve finished out the year in a whirl, and are using their “Sophomore enthusiasm” to meet the challenge of the upperclassmen responsibilities, soon to be theirs. Jane Bidwell Pamela Dean Patricia Hanen Rosemary Klein Ann Swanson Maureen Borer, vice-pres. Mary Derus, pres. Janet Hart Suzanne Schaeffler Jane Tonskemper Kathleen Byrne Mary Donahue Karen Cash man. sec. Georgia Gardner Mary Daliman Althea Hadley Beverly Howell Diane Simmons Roberta Traun Mary Daly. Ireas. Karen Halley Lois Johnson Virginia Silcott Sandra Utter Margaret Homig Homeroom ft ft‘‘Now. look here, theorems aren’t that hard to prove!” Joyce Gregory Kathleen Jordan Mary Lou Schaefer Sandra Shaffer Margaret Stebbins Ann Syverson, C.S.M.C. Mar ’ Kenna Rozannc Schmidtlein Cynthia Sheady Kathleen Steiner Diane Taylor Kathleen Riley Mary Lou Schultz Geraldine Spielmann Frances Sullentrop Mary Walker Margaret Scanlan Marilyn Schwartz Mary Stadther. pres. Mary Pat Sullivan, vice-pres. Mary Kay Wasilowski Theresa Ploog Mary Schmitz Margaret Shol Bette Stucki Mary Torrini Kathryn Rudek Cheryl Schwab Mary Spinner, treat. Linda Sullivan Noel Wallace, sec. « n a a ftUA itftfeaiuMargaret Bergman, viee-pres. Barbara Conlin Judith Funk, tee. Jane Gwiazdon Elizabeth Hannan Kathryn Higgins Cathleen Hoy Judith Johnson, pres. Linda Jones Paula Kelly Sandra Kemp Carol Kierski Patricia Kleve Kathleen Kostik Mary Meyer Patricia Spielmann Marcia Brown Kathleen Hawkins Barbara Kaufmann Marcia Knight Rita Fox Mary Hcgdahl Patricia Kelly, treat. Marilyn Kritzman Pam Gates, C.S.M.C. Donna Johnson Ann Keogh Mary Pingatorc Come on in, the water’s fine!' Homeroom 1 52 Not pictured: Peggy McNeiceJoan Andrcsen Carole Galush Leslie Hevenor Carol Keane Mary Kay Landy Debra Layer Sharon Lilledahl, treat. Donna Hyatt, C.S.M.C. Eileen Leeder Homeroom 26 Margaret Welter, pres. Mary I.itfin Joyce Sipera Delore Weinbendcr Pat Wiemiller Mary Beth Wood Joanne Wozniak Mary Davis Dona Goddcrz Jean Krueger, see. Mary Jo Langford Sister St. Lawrence explains some important points to her biology students. Jeanne Lutgen Becki Rogers Sue Wedl Mary Beth Whiting Cathy Wood Florric Woolsey, vite-pres. 53 AhtrJ Patricia McMahon Judith Martin Patricia McGruder Mary Murphy Bronwen Meade Molly Molloy Patricia Grady Maria Mangan Mary McCoy, C.S.M.C. Molly McKasy, trios. Marcella McMullen Mary Miner Mary Montgomery Home ec students discuss a Singer. Kathleen Nelson Dorthy Olson Patricia O'Sullivan Catherine Peters Mary Peterson, vici-pres. Kathy Roddy Kathryn Nelson Judith Osowski Elizabeth Pahl Mary Lou Peters Joan Porter Sandra Sundccn Not pictured: Patricia Doucet Kathlren Mulheran, pres. - ?Elizabeth Andresen Helen Berg, sec. Nancy EUenpeter “I think thi year’s Angelas should have everyone's picture in it.” Christine Gillen Donna Goughnour Elizabeth Heiman, C.S.M.C. Kathleen Kurimay Marilyn Lang Joan Madden Marilyn Manchak. pres. Barbara Meyer Mary Jane Quealy Judy Remington Mary Rcvord Katherine Ritchie Elaine Vernon, vice-pres. Sharon Golobick Irene Hadley Alick Kurth Kathleen Lynch Mary Patricia McCoy Susan O'Laughlin, treas. Diane Rengel Susan Rinck Stephanie Turgeon Mary Watson Homeroom 113 Catherine Ernst Mary Falenczykowski Martha Foster Not pictured: Susan Hameso Bonnie Allen Homeroom 217 Susan Barkdahl Faye Bader Nancy Bahr Kathleen Aman Sandra Barkdahl When’s the next free day?” Jo Ann Beckman. C.S.M.C. Barbara Bengson Mary Kay Brand Collette Brouette Judith Buechele Bonnielee Bums Darlene Burns Jacklyn Buttell Patricia Carroll Mi Suzanne Felix Marie Finley Margaret Fitzgerald Margaret Casey, tee. Kathleen Conboy Jane Connelly Jane Daniel Sandra Danielson, treat. Carol Dechenc Judith Dentinger Judith Dolan, vice-pret. Dianne Doughty, put. Carole Eckman Katherine Ehlers Janet Fcany 56Mary Ahrens Petrea Bank Kathleen Barry ‘Once upon a time in an English class Karen Bemey, vice-pres. Michol Bigot Mary Botz Linda Casagrandc Florence Deaner Margaret Doi Mary Fjeldstad Joyce Fuller, treat. Pat Gilman, sec. Carla Grant Susanne Hadley, pres. I .a Verne Howe Jill Jaspers, C.S.M.C Mary Knoss Julie Kugler Vicky Lindgren Mary Martcnson Karen McCartin Patricia McDonough Donna Olsson Diane Radcmacher Eileen Regan Carol Velander Mary Ward Not pictured: Karen Holman Ruth Zellei t 57 Homeroom 269M“Look, we’re out on first bell this week!' Class of ’63 Our frosh have passed the first milestone of their scholastic career at A.H.A. After facing the dilemma of the Up-and Down- stairs, trying to beat the clock to classes, and adjusting to special schedule, they have settled down to enjoy the Merchant of Venice and the relation of x to y. Our littlcst sisters have discovered the merits of a good game of volleyball down in the gym: and to add a little zest to the otherwise studious life of the green-tic class, there’s RAC on Friday nights. We note that as the year draws to a close, the oncc-fnistrated freshmen have now assumed an air of confidence and have changed a great deal since the first of .September. Homeroom 55M Barbara Dunkle. prts. Susan Kirschncr Lynn McCandless Mary Peterson Mary Bambery Mary Ferris Gail Knight Shannon McCarthy Dona Poquette, sec.-treas. Mary Bourke Diane Gordon Marcia Lahr Kathy McGleno Christina Potyondy Cindy Breault Joanne Gurholt Janet Lane Patricia Monahan Michele Ray Jeanne Dolan Mary Lou Gust. C.S.M.C. Kathie La Place Lynn O’Neill Mary Scotch Jane Gustafson Mary Frances Lynch Judy Pederson Mary Anne Veilleux ihUril As d J)V -' Kathleen Blarney Margaret McCoy. Barbara Bofenkamp C.S.M.C. Margaret Brown Marilyn Mexner Ann Carroll Mary Lou Nelson Christine Collins Trade Nordquist Kathleen Coyle, pres. Carol Ondick Sheila Dillon Bonita Pawlak Judy Gerkcr La Vonne Phemetton Linda Glockner Julieann Pocschcl Elizabeth Hard Meredith Jaglo Mary Ellen Kearney Susan Lepinski Mary Porter Mary Lou Richey Susan Sehoengart Patricia Scully Barbara Lynch Constance Marra Angie Suback Sandra Thomas, sec.-treas. Homeroom 36 Not pictured: Bonnie Sommers Miss Huber and a few of her English students check the files.Homeroom 178M Not pictured: Theresa Rice “The one on the left is my Big Sister!' Cecilc Botz Elaine Camuel Karen Carlson Sharon Ervasti Karen Ewing Judy Ferguson Jane Fogarty Judy Gelina, sec. Jane Henson Ann Hokenstrom Judy Knapp Sandra McCandless Molly McGraw Betty Meyer Jane Miller Carol Moen Kathy Moorman, vice-pres. Signe Myhre, treas. Claudia Nistlcr Nancy O'Donnell Mary Peterson, C.S.M.C. Suzanne Quinn Julie Rochkes Jean Schmidt Mary Sievers Barbara Terry, pres. Jaqueline Thompson Suzanne Verson Cecelia Weigel 60Kathleen Bclkcngren Judy Bellcfcuille I always thought it was Holy A-n-g-l-e-s! ;_______________________________________________________________ Donna Bennett Sharon Bergman Sharon Bcrkc Mary Ann Bleifuss Linda Boldischar Katherine Bolduc Susan Bo ran Mary Loretta Boutang Barbara Bozcnich Patricia Brennan Jeanne Brucciani, C.S.M.C. Kathleen Burke Anne Marie Burns Virginia Burns Margaret Carr Cheryl Cassady Cynthia Clare Maureen Code Patricia Collins Mary Jill Crary Yvonne Glover Mary Robbins, sec.-treas. Mary Jean Shaughnessy Janet Thiel Barbara Wallin Anita Weismann Homeroom 53 M 61Freshman religion students page through symbolic texts of Old Testament revelations. Homeroom 214 Mary Jo Fcipcl Kathy Ganyaw Johnnie Mac Hadley Mary Hegman Monica Dalsin Marilyn Floyd Darlene Gates Mary Hammcrachtnidi Mary Beth Hendricks Susan Daniewicz Katherine Flick Linda Gotteslcben Kathryn Hansen Judith Herbison Nancy Dchn Verna Fournier Carol Granger Kathleen Hansen Margaret Hinke Eileen Dunnigan Patricia Friel Ann Marie Groebner Patricia Heath Joyce Hofstadther Laura Eitter Kathleen Ganley Marilyn Grover Renee Hcenan Margaret MooneyMary Lu Hufnaglc Miss Brossard and algebra students seem to be thinking in the same direction. Susan Johnson Mary Joseph Marianne Keller Patricia Kelly Patricia Kennedy Mary Schmidt Barbara Spillane Marilyn Kieser Kathy Killian, treas. Rebecca Lannert Not pictured: Camille La Pierre, C.S.M.C. Sharon Sobraskc Susan Lund Kathleen McLaughlin Patricia Murphy Suzanne Pelletier Patricia Pulk Janet Ragatz Anne Randolph, rice-pm. Kathleen Roche Colleen Romain Martha Ronald, sec. Patricia St. Aubin. pres. 63ft ft Dnina Bauman Mary Brccke Kathleen Buttcll Barbara Caspers Marianna Cosscttc Mary Hone Deborah Nelson Mary Jo Noble Jane O'Brien Mary O’Reilly Jeanette Palmer Lucille Pederson Homeroom 179M Barbara Humting Kathleen Kelly, pres. Carol Phillips. C.S.M.C. Molly Newell Maureen Kelly Bonnie Kiclas Judith Ploumen Pamela Porter Judy Mark Lora Beth McCarthy Judith Salzcr Sandra Trahan Patricia McFarland Kathleen Mullin Michele Turk Marilyn Zierden Catherine Murphy, sec.-treat. Kathy Murphy “The bus picks me up here at 4:15!”DIVERSITY IN PATHS Each of the different phases of school life — classes, activities, and the moulding of our own special interests —aids us in finding our own particular place in life and in preparing us to meet its challenge. It is through them that we will reach our ultimate goal of happiness in heaven. These are the things which contribute to our fulfillment as true Christian women —a treasure that is ours to give to the world in whatever way is best suited to each of us.Father Clay, the school chaplain, relaxes after his sessions with the sophomores. The Light of Wisdom Spiritual development and the centering of our knowledge around the Catholic ideals of life are a major part of our education at Holy Angels. Throughout the entire student body an atmosphere prevails which seeks to correlate and perfect our spiritual growth and scholastic endeavors. Under the direction of Father John C. Clay, our school chaplain, courses are conducted by priests to supplement our daily religion classes, and weekly confessions are provided. Class masses are held frequently, strengthening the bond of unity among each section of the student body. An annual retreat is provided in the fall of the year, allowing every girl an opportunity to foster deeper self-knowledge and to make decisions for the coming year. The volunteer services of many of our students are offered for the teaching of catechism classes on Saturday mornings. The activities of Contact, the Catholic youth movement in the Twin Cities, are promoted in the school with the students actively participating in this work of the apostolatc. Sophomore Contact chairmen Sue Wedl, Liz Andrcscn, Sue O’Laughlin, Judy Remington, and junior chairmen Kathy Gardner, Mary Ann Fitzgerald and Carol Muckenhirn co-ordinate school Contact activities with Maureen Gill, senior chairman.A Guide to Perfection Nancy Risvold, Judy Prom, Pat Boyle, Mau-rccn Gill, Pam Hulwi, Alice Hagemo, and Judy Bclfanz contribute to a senior religion class panel on the moral virtues. Preparing notes for their Saturday morning catechism classes arc Pat Carroll, Mary Jo Ryan, Mary Meyer, Jean McCoy, and Mary Falen-czykowski. The prayerful attitude of a school retreat is exemplified by Barb Berka, Pal Kulaga, Carol Goughnour. and Judy Lee.Kathy Scanlan explains to Mrs. Lewis’ geography class the impor- -tancc of the movie about to be shown. Man’s Heritage Men of all ages have combined their efforts to leave us a rich heritage. We must study these people and what they have passed on to us if we are to seek and adequately meet our unstable future. In our English classes we meet men of all ages we can know their thoughts and dreams. To those we add our own knowledge and our hopes for the future — we must give of ourselves to receive and more especially to pass on our culture to generations to come. From geography we lcam of living conditions of peoples all over the world. Senior English students survey their concept of the pilgrims in the Canterbury Tales. 68Kathy Barnett leads the social problems class in a discussion on impending problems of our society today. A Reflection of the Future YVc learn directly of our predecessors from the histories. Today man is faced with many problems — some recurring in only a slightly different form as at other times in history; others completely new, due to the many advances in our civilization. YVc must study modern history and social problems to get the concept of the world today. The YVorld Affairs Club plays an important role in keeping us informed on current happenings and gives us a chance to participate in discussion of politics and policies. Marie Harvey conducts a modern history class to the delight of all her students. 69Sister Mary Aloysius and members of her math club don’t seem a bit worried about their new experimental course. Through Calculation and Experimentation Our math and science studies hold the key to the future. Through our calculations in algebra, general math, geometry, and in more advanced classes, and by our experimentations in physics and chemistry we affect a mastery over their j owers of reason, concentration, abstract thinking. Some of us are planning careers in these challenging fields; for others, these classes serve to give us a good basis for understanding the scientific and mathematical problems that face us every day — from grocery bills to vacuum cleaners. The math club. Mu Alpha Theta, and the newly created Science Club cultivate interest in extra projects and research in these areas of study. Mrs. Phipps clears up a complicated mathematical theory for members of her general math class. Above: “Let's all say a short prayer it doesn’t explode.” That little mouse looks more worried than Joanne Williams, Barb Harmon, Sandy Lamb, Betty Fettig, and Mary Matos — members of the Science Club. Left: Perfecting their lab skills, Casey Pierce, Judy Altmann, Kathy Lyons, Maryann Dunlcavy, Barb Auel, Mary Lu Lchncrt, and Carol Goughnour take part in an experiment under the watchful eye of Sister Marie Richard. 70Linguistic Expression Language classes continue to create an inccn-' tivc for us to broaden and enrich our appreciation of the culture and civilization of other lands. Through the study of Latin, French, and German, we are introduced to various foreign cultures, fostering in us a better understanding of their social organization. Language clubs co-ordinate activities helpful to each class and concern themselves with the study and portrayal of the customs and traditions particular to each country, ranging in their activities from ancient Roman banquets and French Mardi Gras celebrations to rounds of “O Tannenbaum.” Nancy Bartosh, president, leads discussion in preparation for German Club meeting with members Jodecn Dirkers, Jeanne Terry, Kathy Heenan, Mary Lou Lowry, Judy Cox, Mary Roch, Mary Pollman, and Mary Ann Vimig. Sister Louis Philippe and members of the French Club Mary ix u Peterson. Michele Des Lauriers. Shirley Gay, Martha Rochc-ford, and Carol Sable approve a project submitted by an underclass French student. 71 Under the direction of Sister Vincent de Paul the two Latin Consuls. Judy Anderson and Cris Wegmann, place club pins on fellow members. IPractical Skill Through courses in typing, shorthand, and home economics, we are able to acquire proficiency in and mastery of certain practical skills, gaining for ourselves a background of efficiency in office and business procedure and in homemaking. We may prepare perhaps for the typing of college themes, for the goal of 90 words a minute as a private secretary, or for the effective management of the home. In each case, through these areas of study, we learn how to apply the modem Catholic concept to the business world today and to the spirit of Christian family living. Seniors Karen Duffert, Judy Pfeifer, Judy Prom, Mary Jo Holtby, Jill Hasselo, Lois Busch, and Pat Boyle learn the art of setting a good table. Sister Elizabeth Louise finishes dictation while her shorthand experts check the results. Some are amused, some stare in wonder, and some are pleased with what appears on their papers after they complete their letter to the executive.Creative Achievement Sister Avila. Miss Pintcn, and Sister Francis Joseph play a major part in incorporating culture into the life of the Holy Angels student. The art classes of Sister Francis Joseph have undertaken such projects as designing the set for Hansel and Gretel, making posters for all the plays and programs, planning and creating papier-mache replicas of saints and fashioning metal sculpture. The library staff composed of Sister Avila, librarian, Miss Marlene Pintcn, assistant librarian, and Buzz, assistant to both, aid us by recommending current novels and non-fiction works that will be of use to us in classes and for our own personal enjoyment. Money from fines and the sale of our well-stocked pocket library is used to replenish the ever-expanding library that is such a necessary part of our school. Member of the art class begin work on their next project. Preparation for classes takes some serious study. Art students Holly Hanley. Terry Paulson, and Mary Joan Holtby demonstrate skill in woodcraft. Sister Avila and Miss Pinten discover that it takes three to solve library problems. This time Buzz nods his approval.Joyce Hall and Kathy Holland, ACHOAtT editors, confer with their advisor, Sr. Jean Patrice, concerning the problems of publication. and Journalistic Endeavors Any of the sophomores, juniors or seniors on the 4CHOAN staff can tell you it’s a big job to put out a paper every three weeks. Under the direction of Sister Jean Patrice, co-editors Kathy Holland and Joyce Hall have done a worthy job of keeping the student body posted on current events. Through the editorials and many religious columns in the paper, they have succeeded in bringing many truths of our faith and of our daily living to us. The staff has many honors to show for its hard work! The ACHOAN has received the awards ALL CATHOLIC and NEWSPAPER OF DISTINCTION. It holds membership in three press associations: the National Scholastic Press Association, Columbia Press Association and Catholic School Press Association. Working on their assignments for the next deadline are Diana Hcrlitz, Carolyn Olsen, Joyce Hall, Marie Harvey, Betty Ann Kics-ner, Judy Ostrcm, Kathy O'Sullivan, Mary Eileen Brown, and Judy Dallman. 74Kathy Hclland. ACHOAN editor, checks the files while members of her staff. Dianne La Barrc, Pat Skoog and Sue Becker work on the next issue of the paper. The Achoan Hardworking ACHOAN staff members read up on the latest ideas in good journalism and experiment with their own ability to create. 75The Angelus Early in the fall, work on this year’s Angelus feverishly began; each staff was chosen and organized and the staff room was once again put off-limits. With the support of the student body, our yearbook is the result of work and effort during many hours of after-school time and through the co-ordination by Miss Janet Kelly, advisor. The goal hoped to be achieved through the Angelus is the presentation of an accurate record of student life and achievement during the year, setting forth in word and picture the active enforcement of the ideals of the school and of the aims of Catholic education. Miss Kelly, Angelus advisor, goes over those all-important deadline dates with her co-editors Maureen La Fond and Michele Des Lauriers. Kay Sauter and Suzanna Grclson arc pleased to find that the Angelus subscriptions are pouring in. Maureen La Fond and Mary Jo Bihner look on as Carol Goughnour and Jayne McCann add the finishing touches to their final copy of a page layout. Sheila Fleming, Marcia Scheurcr, Judy Mann, and Judy Lee wonder when they’ll ever get this identification straightened out. 76Toni Bidwcll, Pat McCormick, Mary Kay Meyer, and Kathy Gustafson prepare for a great deal of work on the layout staff. “It's quite an effort to be creative," agree literary-staffers Karen Kozulla, Judy Anderson, Sue Perry, and Michele DesLauriers. Artists Bonnie Clausen. Peggy Hanson, and Sue Hclin combine their talents to produce an original interpretation of the theme. Members of the typing staff, Cathy Kelly, Kathy Collins, and Janice Peck sanction the typing of Suzanne Grelson.The girls backstage arc the ones who receive no applause, but who deserve much credit. Genesian Club president Kathy McClellan helps publicize Theater Day with the assistance of her officers Betsy Krueger, Jan Car-roll, Karen Mochn, and Rita Lehnert. Talent Shines With the help of Saint Gencsius and the leadership of Sister Irenaeus, dramatics teacher, the Genesians of 1959-60 have brought many entertaining and enjoyable moments to Holy Angels' stage. Their first production was Cry Havoc a three-act play relating the stispensful and dramatic story of a group of heroic civilian volunteers, acting as nurses to wounded men on Bataan peninsula during World War II. The feast of the Epiphany was the day of the presentation of The Other Wiseman, a fourth member of the Magi who wasn’t able in his lifetime to present his gifts and homage to the Christ Child, but who was rewarded for the charity of his efforts. The Genesians Club is open to juniors and seniors interested in the dramatic arts, who arc willing to learn the different speech and drama techniques necessary in order to apply their practical knowledge to work on back-stage production crews, as well as projecting their talents in front of footlights. Genesians pose on set of Cry Havoc.Through Dramatic Moments Donna McCoy makes a sarcastic curtsy to disgusted Maxine McConville while Linda Litchfield, Mary Carol Luger, D' Ann Le Jeune, Julie Conroy, Shirley Gay, Betsy Krueger, Jean McCoy and Jackie Zipoy stare in amazement. “For she’s a jolly good fellow!" sing Mary Jo Spillane, Deannc Chadwick, Molly Randolph, Jodcen Dirkers and Carole Schauls while Janice I,enz smiles at their approval. Cry Havoc Maxine McConville uses “physi-cal” therapy on her patient Mary Carol Luger. Sandy Lukas points a gun at fearless Mary Broom while Rac Ann Henrikson, Janice Lenz, Molly Randolph, Deanne Chadwick, and Mary Jo Spillane, seated, look on in horror. Jean McCoy and Linda Litchfield debate on what to do as Betsy Krueger attempts to calm frantic Jackie Zipoy.The Angclaircs rehearse arrangements for their newly-organized vocal group. Ixrft to right: Mary Ellen Rooney. Kathy Barrett. Judy Riven, Marilyn Man-chak. Jean Sausen. Ruth Zeller, Ellen Hood, Jeanne Quealy, Suzanna Grclson, Kathy Lyons, Suzanne Grelson, Sue Johnson. SEATED at the piano arc Ma-vonne Brosch. Mike Riley, and Kathy Gilc. Choral Productions The Glee Club works out new voice techniques in class. The fust thing that becomes evident about the Glee Club is that they are always in the process of rehearsing a program. In the fall they learned the hymns of the Byzantine Mass on October 22. They then became involved in plans for the Christmas program which was given at an all-school assembly before vacation. In early January plans were started to design the set and pick the roles for Hansel and Gretel. Ideas for the set were chosen from drawings by first and second graders, showing their conceptions of the witch’s house and the forest. In their spare time they gave a concert at Southdalc and at various Parents’ Organization meetings. The busy Glee Club is headed by president Mike Riley and council members: Mavonne Brosch, Mary Ellen Rooney, Kathy Lyons, Marilyn Manchak. Kathy Kurimay, Priscilla Herbison, under the spirited guidance of Sister Zachary. The fruits of hours of practice.Hansel (Ellen Rooney) serenades his sister Gretel (Jean Sausen). Mania (Kathy Lyons) and Papa (Mary Margaret Murphy) discuss plans for the future while Hansel looks on. Hansel and Gretel "Up and away!" cackle witches Howie Baier, Sandy Carrow, Kathy Barrett, Ann Syverson, and Joan Madden. Lovely Angels guard Hansel, Gretel, and the bear (Tim McGlynn) in the peaceful night. 81Music Club members Betsy Krueger, Judy Find-sen, Mary Jane Quealy, Kathy Bolduc, Rita Wad-dick and Judy Mcngelkoch, president, experiment with new stage equipment in the Saint Clare Music Hall. and Musical Accomplishment A chance to improve ourselves culturally is given us by the Music Department of Holy Angels. Programs are given at intervals during the year in the newly-redecorated Saint Clare Music Hall, which was dedicated at a special program and tea on the thirteenth of December. Our aspiring musicians study under the competent teaching of Sister Padua, department head, and Sister Zachary. Under the leadership of Judy Mengelkoch, club president, the Saint Cecelia Music Club plans its programs to promote within the student body a general interest in the field of music. Preparing for the dedication of the Music Hall are Kathleen Mulhcran, Mary Schuler, and Barbara Weller. A duo-piano recital is given by Judy Findscn and Judy Mcngelkoch.All school president Kathy Peine (center) discusses with her officers Barb Neary, secretary; Jean McCoy, vice-president; Molly Randolph, social chairman; and Mary O'Laugh-lin, community service chairman, plans for forthcoming student council meetings. Leadership Fosters United Spirit In the spring of the year, campaigns begin for the election of the five all-school officers: president, vice-president, social chairman, community service chairman and secretary. It is these five girls who will form the backbone of the following year’s student council whose main duty is to act as mediators between the faculty and students. They are joined by the four class presidents, homeroom of- ficers, and representatives from all clubs to co-ordinate school activities and give good example to the student body. At their monthly meetings they work at solving the problems of the school and spearhead the upcoming projects. By working together, they promote school unity, represent the student body at social and civic functions, and uphold the ideals of Holy Angels. Class presidents. Liz Andresen, sophomore: Carol Sable, senior; and Emily Pierce, junior; submit their additions to the morning bulletin to Mrs. Bums, office secretary. 83Through Interest in Community Service The purpose of the C.S. Carnival, which is planned and produced by the Angies themselves, is to raise money for the various charity funds. The carnival was the chief duty of this year’s All School Community Service Chairman Mary O’Laughlin. Many new and exciting booths were added — everything from the usual fish pond — to a sugar plum tree — to pizza and pony rides. Thanks to Mary’s good management, hard work, and her choice of a wonderful crew of helpers, the day of October 1 went of! smoothly and successfully. Our “community spirit” is further exemplified in the volunteer work carried out by Angies at Saint Mary’s Hospital. We feel privileged to be able to help in this small way, for we have been given these words to follow: “Whatsoever you do for the least of My brethren, you do for Me.” Mary O'Laughlin and three of her top assistants, Mary Pat Sullivan, Kathy Helland, and Maureen Zinn smile hopefully on carnival morning. The fun is in the “Klunking.” The fish pond attracts the young at heart.Suzanne Grelson, Kathy Helland, Kathy Peine and Betsy Krueger use their best sale techniques to sell carnival tickets to Annette Sanzone and Rae Ann Hcnrikson. Carnival time produced these talented seniors: Wendy Neill, Linda Litchfield, Julie Conroy, Claudia Ellington, and Mary Carol Luger, who directed the show. Expert ring-tossers command a lot of attention from passers-by. Jailbird Sister Jean Patrice patiently awaits the end of her sentence. 85Mission Awareness Sister Ann Thomasine and C.S.M.C. representatives, Pat McCormick, Liz Cuddigan, Carolyn Olson, Joyce Fuller, and Judy Little admire a product of Japanese culture. As part of initiation ceremonies in chapel Pat McCormick pins a service medal on proud senior member Pat Dickey, as Mary Ann Woods and Carolyn Olson await their turn. An active and expanding organization in Holy Angels is our branch of the Catholic Students Mission Crusade. Its aim is to promote interest among students in the mission apostolate both in the United States and in foreign lands. The special and distinctive program of our chapter is the supporting of the Japanese mission work being carried on by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Caronde-let who have recently opened a senior girls’ high school, St. Joseph Jashi-Gakucn in Tsu, Japan. Through extensive coupon and stamp drives promoted successfully through the support of the entire student body, Holy Angels has sent this school equipment ranging from tape recorders and movie projectors to basketballs and roller skates. Other C.S.M.C. activities include homeroom rosaries which are said once a month for the intentions of some of the special mission areas of the world. Under the direction of Sister Ann Thomasine, Liz Cuddigan heads C.S.M.C.’s projects and is assisted by class co-ordinators and homeroom representatives. ABOVE: St. Joseph girls walk in the May procession up the hill to the statue of Our Lady. BELOW: Students enjoy Sister The entire community of the Japanese mission Jerome s visit to Sister Ruth s homeroom in the Japanese high gather around their new statue of Our Lady. school.Inter-class Sports Activities G.A.A. helps to provide necessary physical recreation for the sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Because the freshmen have gym classes during the week, they an not actual members of G.A.A., hut can participate in many of G.A.A.-sponsored events. The faculty advisor is Miss Jeanne Arth and assisting her is club president, Claudia Ellington. Through G.A.A. the volleyball and basketball tournaments are held and the gym is made available for practice at any after-school times. G.A.A. has become a firmly established activity in our school because of the class and school spirit it promotes, and the opportunity it gives to all Angies to become interested in sports by playing the important pans both of player and spectator. All-school volleyball champs Mary Pat Sullivan, Sue O'Laughlin. Elaine Vernon, I.iz Andresen, Sue Hamcj, and Judy Remington are left holding the ball by the faculty. (BACK ROW) Miss Grundner, Miss Pinten, Miss Huber, Mrs. Phipps. Miss Kilbride. (FROST ROW) Mrs. Carlson, Miss Arth. Miss Kelly, and Miss Abalan pose in triumph after their victory over the sophomores. Pat Dickey. Claudia Ellington, Betsy Kreu-ger, and Rae Ann Henrickson, members of the G.A.A. Board, practice senior strategy for the Brown Jug tournament as Mrs. Arth officiates.Senior cheerleaders Barb Aucl, Jo Anne Mufnaglc, Mary Carol Luger, Lois Busch, and Janice Lenz take a well deserved rest on the gym floor after a mighty yell. Giving their team a rousing cheer are the sophomore cheerleaders: (BACK ROW) Mary Molloy, Mary Spinner, Carla Grant; (FRONT ROW) Mary Stadthcr, Cheryl Schwab, Kathy Lynch. Cheerleaders Rah! Rah! Rah! and we are back in the spirit again! Through the enthusiasm of Molly Randolph, all school social chairman, freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors have gathered up their loudest shouts and overwhelming school spirit to encourage their classes to victory. The volleyball tournament and the Little Brown Jug series set the stage for our cheerleaders’ efforts to encourage their teams and promote interest in various sports. Practicing a cheer for the big game are (from top to bottom; left to right) Mary McClellan, Barb Brcckc, Barb Be-zanson, Colleen Barnett, and Barb Matthes. Freshman enthusiasts Colleen Romain, Kathy Coyle, Pat St. Aubin, and Katy Moorman support Kathy La Place.and by the Aids of Service Clubs AVOC, Ushers, and Camera Clubs, the service organizations at AHA, have been organized chiefly to aid the faculty and students. The girls in AVOC run films for audio-visual aid in classwork, write and deliver the morning bulletin, and make •up schedules for teachers on coming movies. The Ushers Club, newly organized this year by Jean McCoy, devotes its time to hosting plays, musicals, and assemblies. The Camera Club learns the art of proper photography by taking, developing, and printing pictures for the ACHOAN and ANGE- Aborer Films are sorted and scheduled for the coming week by students in AVOC: Katy Williams, Kathy Hawkins, Barb Harmon, president, Pat Christian. STANDING: Judy Paulson, Mary McGlonc, Jeri Reu-land, and Dianne La Barrc. Left: Patty Kulaga adjusts the camera with help of others of the Camera Club: Renee Leedcr, Carol Ulmer, Kathy Ritchie, Pat Carroll, and Diane Lindgren. Ushers Judy Paulson, Kathy Koranda, Linda Casagrande, Mary Botz, Jeanne Terry, Joan Bliss and Mary McCoy synchronize watches with Jean McCoy. 89Cultural Pursuits This year Holy Angels has presented a series of special activities to the enjoyment of the students. Long remembered will be the Byzantine Mass said in the vernacular by Father Mohrbachcr, and the Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom sung by the Glee Club. Bishop Henry appeared later in the year to present his story of the Columbian missionary in Korea and the need for more native priests. We were fortunate this fall to have on our stage Mr. Lorand Andahazy and his ballet company demonstrating basic ballet steps and three different types of dance. At the time of Epiphany junior Genesians presented The Other Wiseman. Another highlight of the year was a performance of the Lisowsky Symphonic Orchestra led by Mr. Peter Lisowsky. Father Mohrbachcr blesses the student body before saying mass in the Byzantine Rite. Mr. Andahazy and his entire group take a bow after their The Three VViscmen Jan Carroll. Ginger Dehn, and Trudi Sandvig ponder the value of their gifts for the Christ Child. Young artists display their athletic skill and grace in a Russian dance. performance. 90Mr. Wayne Murphy of the Northwest Costume House in Minneapolis demonstrates make-up techniques upon a willing subject. Evelcth players depict a scene from Shakespeare's “A Midsummer Night's Dream." Enrich Appreciation Theater Day was a combination of lectures and demonstrations on the art of Dramatics, aimed to discover new ways of enlivening Christian ideals in the theater. Chairman of the day was Sister Irenaeus; assisted by Sister Maria Pius, of St. Margaret’s Academy, Brother H. Paul, of Dc la Salle, and the Holy Angels Genesians headed by Kathic McClellan. Tips for good acting, dancing grace, and the proper use of stage make-up were given by the many excellent speakers secured for this festival. Students from many schools performed in excerpts from famous plays, and Room 111 was filled with theatrical displays. In all, over twenty-three schools participated in Theater Day. Miss Anna Helen Reuter, Chicago, coaches Donna McCoy, Mary Carol Lu-ger, and Joyce Gross on techniques of dramatic expression. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Henriat of the Saint Paul Theater improvise a scene from Jean de Har-The visiting drama students watch with rapt attention to the on-stage lon’ I he hour poster. demonstrations.Social Events Molly extends a warm welcome The traditional Angclus Dance was held this year on January 22 at the Pick-Nicollet Hotel. The semi-formal dance is open to all A.H.A. juniors, . seniors and alumnae. The plans and preparations were co-ordinated by our All School Social Chairman Molly Randolph. A highlight of the evening was the impressive performance of the Saint Thomas Crack Drill Squad. Tony Grise and his band created the background for an enjoyable and memorable evening. . . . the party mood is infectious and dancing feet find a moment of rest. The remembrance of a "first Angelus” is preserved . . .Sparks Conviviality The Hall of States at the Lemington Hotel was abloom with the pastels of swirling spring formals at the 1960 Junior Senior Prom. The music of A1 Noyce provided a waltzing atmosphere as junior and senior girls entertained their dates. Emily Pierce, junior class president, took charge of the prom details and supervised the secretive junior planning. With favors of scashells, lavender programs, and the spell of the enchantment, we’ll always have these “Moments To Remember.” Emily is our perfect hostess . . . 93 We waltz in a dream . . . . . . and lingeringly depan with our treasured memories.Father-Daughter Banquet Jean McCoy, Mr. Peine, and Kathy Peine relax after dinner. Sue O’Laughlin listens intently to guest singer Mr. Joe Mulheran. u»C uicnl Frtsw" W «nd US V a.cK Show mt Seniors and their Dads look contented and ready for the program to come. Father Clay entertains Carol Sable, her father, and Mary O'Laughlin at the head table. « t I'll show fct-v Dad bvoKc oau u ho 94Regina Tour Got your "Bonadcttcs" ? Mount Vernon Last August marked this year’s beginning of the annual Regina Tour to the eastern United States as 84 exuberant members of the class of 1960 prepared for their trip. Accompanying the group were the Sisters Constance Marie, Mary Stephen, Mary Aloysuis, Helen Delores, Angela Thcrcsc, and Jean Patrice. A first in the history of the tours were the flights from Chicago to Washington, D.C., and from New York City to Chicago on United and American airliners. An educational but hectic week was spent as the atmosphere, culture, and sights, of Washington, D.C., New York City, Boston, Annapolis and the northeastern coast were absorbed into tired and whirling minds. Hie sights, the hotels, the food, the rush and the fun add up to an educational and pleasurable experience not likely to ever be forgotten. Chicago confusion! AHA at the UNHow many calories would that one have?” Camelot Daily Decorum The struggle for survival! Life begins at 3:30. %Dilemmas and Diversions 97 216 and 270 arc at it again.'As freshmen: introduction to AHA-----a day school for girls, eager to please, to learn, to make friends, fascinated by classes and bells, striving for the great accomplishment from 216 to 268M in three minutes flat! our pride in being part of AHA traditions — Big-Little Sister Picnic, CS Carnival, Brown Jug games, all-school elections . . . still eager, but humble we’re here to stay! As Sophomores: a unified class cheerful and confident in greeting the familiar — aware of the power of the Mourners’ Bench! valiant in dissection, bisection and conjugation, grandeur of the Centennial Pageant: Indians, missionaries, lumberjacks, and practice, practice, practice! Sophomore Picnic, the end of a perfect year.As Juniors: select upperclassmen dignified and dedicated, in new uniforms of gray. proud of our class rings, our “Loveliest Night of the Year”, coupons for Tsu. favorite saying: “Isn't it warm in here?” Ill vs. 125! term-paper madness, happy on the Hike — goodbye to the Seniors. then all aboard! New York, Washington, and Boston. As Seniors: flaming red ties ambitions to match! question of the week: “Do we get out on first bell ?” responsible leaders, appreciative of trust posing for graduation pictures, weekend retreat . .. plans for the future? last Angelas and J.S. four years of friends, traditions, ideas and finally . . . Pomp and Circumstance. . . . and look forward to what lies ahead.THAT I MAY ENRICH THOSE AND MAY FILLWHO LOVE ME, THEIR TREASURES. Proverbs 8:21


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