Catholic High School - Bruin Yearbook (Baton Rouge, LA)

 - Class of 1952

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Page 119 text:

Mr. J. Andrew Bahlinger de- livering his inspiring talk on "Teaching ci Sense of Re- sponsibility in the Home." 'st vi i N Q At their regular monthly meeting in the school gymnasium the members of the Mothers' Club listen to an address by Mr. J. Andrew Bahlinger. Mrs. George McCarroll, Mrs. J. H. Thornton, and Mrs, G. G. Cook ad- ministering audiometer test to student, Stark Hotard, March 8, l95I- a health service to every pupil by the Mothers' Club, 2 , lt' ES 5 C f The Christmas Crib on the front lawn of the school under the auspices of the Mothers' Club erected by Brother Allen and Brother Sherwin. If 'E 1 'Nu s Q ni ll Q 'Q N mn ' Z-giirxii 'L ' lllx ' U f N Nb n N' ' I i flu I I3

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amazes 71694 Sedan! ' dard The September meeting encouraged the new officers by its good attendance. At this initial meeting of the scholastic year the Mothers' Club welcomed its Spiritual Director, Mon- signor H. P. Lohmann, and its new Moderator, Brother Allen. At the October meeting the club was privileged to have as guest speaker Mr. J. Andrew Bahlinger, whose topic was "Teaching a Sense of Responsibility in the Home." Although a school proiect, the barbecue held in the gym October l3 to raise funds to defray the expenses of the new band uniforms was under the supervision of a member of the Mothers' Club, Mrs. R. R. Saia. A cake bingo, with Mrs. Philip Eckert and Mrs. W. J. Doran as co-chairmen, helped to swell the band uniforms fund, November 7, l95l. The guest speaker for the December meeting was Father John Newfield. Sponsored by the "C" Club, the Mothers' Club, under the chairmanship of Mrs. C. D. Zimmerle and Mrs. A. J. Sceroler, served the Football ban-quet in the gym, December ll. Mrs. Harold M. Barnes served as chairman of the crib unveiling ceremony, which was canceled because of inclement weather. The Christmas pageant and concert and entertain- ment were presented in the gym on the evening of the planned unveiling, Wednesday, December l9. Father John Naughton honored the club as its guest speaker at the January meeting. MOTHERS' CLUB OFFICERS Left to right: Mrs. A. G. Wagner, Treasurer: Mrs. G. G. Cook, Vice President: Mrs. J. P. Madden. President: Mrs. Perry Johnson, Recording Secretary: Mrs. Caye Nelson, Corresponding Secretary: Mrs. R. Chusf-1, Financial Secretary. The Mothers' Club celebrated in gay fashion their twenty- second birthday party, January 22, l952. A goodly crowd of the games, entertainment, mothers and the faculty enioyed and lunch, which was followed by the cutting- of an immense birthday cake. Although the .thirteenth annual proiect, the Mothers' Club offered Mrs. W. R. Robinson was chairman of the Mothers' Club com- mittee. Mrs. G. G. Cook, Mrs. George McCarrolI, and Mrs. J. H. Thornton gave audiometer tests to every student of Catholic High. The cafeteria committee under the supervision of Mrs. A. J. Marchand served hot meals to the students every school day at noon, as well as breakfast after Wednesday and First Friday Masses. Mrs. Sarah Behrnes was chairman of the breakfast committee. Ladies who served in official capacities under the leader- Coronation was a school invaluable assistance and ship of the general officers were as follows. Grade Mother Chairmen-Mrs. A. S. Hebert it-ligh School? and Mrs. J. Com- magere fGrade Schooll, Registration-Mrs. C. Hanson iHigh Schoolt and Mrs. L. J. Pourciau fGrade Schoollg Purchasing Chairman-Mrs. W. J. Doran, Hospitality Chairmen-Mrs. F. B. Voorhies fHigh School? and Mrs. Stephen Couvillion fGram- mar Schooll, Religion in the Home-Mrs. R. S. Boeker, Civic Contacts-Mrs. Caye Nelson, Health-Mrs. G. G. Cook, Sewing Chairmen-Mrs. J. Arbour and Mrs. Dalton Sims, Breakfast Chairman-Mrs. Sarah Behrnes, Cafeteria Chairman-Mrs. A. J. Marchand, Bulletin Chairman-Mrs. W. R. Robinson. The students and faculty of Catholic High appreciate the indefatigable work and priceless assistance of the Catholic High Mothers' Club. Our earnest prayer is that the Sacred Heart of Jesus and His Immaculate Mother may shower abundant blessings upon these loyal and devoted ladies and all their loved ones.



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