Dominican Convent High School - Veritas Yearbook (San Rafael, CA)

 - Class of 1960

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The seniors look back on four years of striving for this desirable spirit and reflect upon its facets. prayer-St. Dominicis life was God-centered. He realized that before he could help others find truth, goodness, and love, his own soul must be set afire with holiness, thus he spoke only 'cof God or to God." Imitating this spirit, we have tried to make prayer an integral part of our lives. study-St. Dominic's life was a constant search for truth: veritas. He knew the importance of study not only to enlighten himself but in order to share his knowledge with others. Inspired by St. Dominic, the student, the champion of veritas, we have tried to develop an intellectual curiosity and an enthusiasm .lfor our opportunities for learning. action-St. Dominic, conscious of the needs of others, coupled his authority with an appreciation for the dignity of individuals. Recognition of this spirit has moved us to channel our activities into worthwhile pursuits of service to others. recreation--St. Dominic had a vigorous nature and great physical energy. He realized the necessity for the members of the Dominican Order he founded to refresh and revive their spirits in recreation. He was a perfect companion and the radiant center of community life. We, at Dominican, look forward to those won- derful respites from our studies in various kinds of recreation and convivi al gath- erings. And, finally, we realize that our striving for the Spirit of St. Dominic has brought us a joy in everyday living. St. Dominic was always joyous except when moved to compassion by the misfortunes of others. His happiness radiated to all whom he met. This spirit of joy has given us an eagerness for each new day with its challenges and joys, and a vigor in doing our best in all undertakings. An active love of God, and enthusiasm for learning, a concern for others, a vitality in all endeavors, a joy in everyday living-these mark the spirit we have discovered-the Spirit oif St. Dominic. Table of Contents Thinking of the Spirit of St. Dominic, the Seniors . ...prayer. . . Sodality . . Confraternity Tableaux . . Schola. . . ...study . . . . . Academic Life Veritas . . . Time Out . . Choral. . . Honor Societies ...action. . . . . Presidents . Student Council Clubs . . . Red Cross. . Bazaar . . Dr. Dooley . . . . recreation . . . . Cavaliers . . Roundheads . G.A.A. . . Thirteen Clocks Parties . . Family Day . and their result, joy in everyday living . Day Students . Freshmen . . Sophomores . Juniors . . Seniors . Staff . . . Lower School . Patrons . Sponsors . . Autographs . Qpage 81 look hack on years of Page . 17 . 18 . 19 . 20 . 22 . .23 . .24 .26 .27 . .28 29 . 31 . 32 33 . 34 .35 .36 . 38 . 39 . 40 . 41 . 42 . . 44 .46 .48 .49 . .50 . 52 . 54 . 57 . 60 .64 . .65 . 70 . 71 . 72 A Year at Dominican 1959-1960 SEPTEMBER FEBRUARY 8-Student Council Returns 10-Classes Resume 12-Opening Mass First Rally Knew Roundheads and Cavaliersl 15--C.E. Adventures in Science Cstartling discoveriesl 19-lntercluss Swim Meet QC-.A.A. sponsor comment: "Please don't splash!"J 22-R-C Swim Meet CRI-I victoryll 23-Day Student Picnic 26-Alumnae Luncheon OCTOBER 4-Rosary Sunday 10-Playday 19-I Pagliacci at S. F. Opera House 21-Veritas Picture Day Qsparkling and sunny ll 25-Halloween Hat Party lsmilish and stylish! J NOVEMBER ll und 13-Hockey Games tCavalier victory their lost goaly, Sally, returnedl 2111-29-Tllanksgiving Vacation isucculent turkeyl DECEMBER 7-Bazaar 12-Schola Dinner Decorating for Christmas Spanish Club .Pinata Fun 15-Christmas Party 16- Thbleazztx Vacation Begins KChristmas Cheerll JANUARY 9-CEEB Kwhat strange, unnerving initialsll 20-Veritas Picture Day lglum and gloomyll 25-Pre-College Con ference 27-29-Semi-Finals 29+I'?:rilas Theme Changed fWe're not flighty . . . just . . .J 7-Spring Production C. . . "from your guggle to your zatch"J 12-Two of America's Great Celebrate Birthdays: Abraham Lincoln and Judy Boss 13-Song Festival Day Student Dinner 18-23-Olympic Weekend QOH to Squaw Valley or to the T.V. seth 24-lnterclass Volleyball Playoffs Cseniors juniors take the lst and 2nd placel MARCH 4-RH-Cavalier Volleyball 5-RH-Cavalier Volleyball Finals 12-Only 75 Days Until Graduation 17-Captains' Day APRIL MAY 2-Senior Fun Night 5-Veritas Week-end at Bolinas 8-9-RH-Cavalier Basketball Finals l2'20-Easter Vacation 21-Pat Hickman's Birthday 23-Alumnae Tea 24--Family Day 26-Optima Week-end at Bolinas 10-G. A. A. Picnic 11-Junior Ring Tea Clare Rorick's Birthday 14-Junior-Senior Dinner 21-Last Rally 23-Finally! Finals 25-Prize Day fWhat? Did they forget li'1 ol' me?D Class Night il am not cryingll 26-Graduation 28-Senior Ball all . ' y ri ... . 1' ,QQ C' t fi si' Antoinette Blum San Rafael, California C. S. F. 3 Optima 3, 4 Spanish Club 4 Library Club 4 Riding Club 1. 2, 3. LI- .l acquelyn Carroll A tl: erton, California Class Cheerleader 2, 4 Roundhead Cheerleader 3 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 Tennis Club 4 Living Pictures 2 Tableaux 4 Genesis 3, Tlrirteen Clocks 4 ' 1 i , W 1 l . I Judith Marie Bossfh 7,551-f'C5 riyuh' V ,Q , Joanne 'Bourland San Rafael, California fi" 3 9,61 I, sf ' yfflhsanl Hill, California .VH V 2. .4 . Veritas Editor 4, Literary Stall 3 W" !,gi52'f.Rerilas Typing Stalfzl. National Honor Society 3, 4 1' ,. .1 " Time Ont Staff 3, 4. C. S. F. 1, 2, 3g Seal Bearer 4 ":",? fab: Enania Cg.ubh4 Optima 2, 3, 4 . ,I . Mi Jrary 'ln 3, fL Club Council 3, 43 Student Council 4 ' I f0nCl1 Clllh 3. 4- Chairman, Junior Red Cross Council 3, 4 Sodality 2, 3, 4-g Mission Committee Leader Day Student Choral 3 Dominican Conservatory Orchestra 2, 3, fl- Music Club. 3, 4 French Club 2, 3, 4 Lining Pictures 2 The Graduates Francine Lurena Castro San. Rafael, California Class Cheerleader 2, 4 Time Oat Stall 3, 4 Glee Club 2 Spanish Club 3, 4 Art Club 4 Literary Club 4 Tableanx 4 Living Pictures 2 Genesis 3 Thirteen C locks 4 ,GN ' 'i-- ' 7' V t 1 il, iterary Club fl- Art Club 4 Choral 3, 4 C enesis 3g Thirteen Clocks fl Deborah BOHHICI' Chamberlain Ross, California l'lfriLas Typing Staff 3 Drama Club 4 Nursing Club 4 Art Club fl- Day Student Choral 3 Tallleanx 4 Tlzirleen Cloclcs 4- Spanisli Club 3, 4- a Hai! to at t , C PCP' lwcl e s. 4 4 Susan Chunlberluin flllIL?l'l0lI-, California Time Oni Stull 3, fl' Sodulily 3, 4- Schola 3, 4- l?l'6llUl1 Club 3, l'rc-sideenl fl- Lilerary Club All Music Club 3, 4- Hiding Club 3, 4- Club Council il- Junior Rcfl Cross Council fl- Cluss Clie:-rleurler 3 Choral 3, 4 lj en esix 3 Burlmra Ann Dwclly Novato, California Class 'lll'CLlSll1'Cl' 1 Riding Club 1, 2, 3, fl- Day Student Choral 3 7lllIi!,'!lII-IX? 2, 3 gl T-6'-:ri Q., ,. , , U-112:15 . ' ll ,f r. ,r K 'N lillun Mary Costello l1l1l'lx'3191I-F, California Verilas Business Stull 2, 3 R0llIllll'll'l1Ll Cheerleader fl- Sodalily 2,341- lfrvnch Club 4- l.itcrury Club fl- Arl Club 4 Day Student Choral 2, 3 Tizbleaux 4 Thirteen Clarks ll- Cutherinc Anne Fogarty Corte Maalcra, California Class Vice President 4 Sodnlity Secretary 4 - Veritas Business Staff 4- Nationnl Honor Society 4 Drunla Club 4- Nursing Club 4- Day Student Choral 2 Tlzblcanx 3, 4- Tliirleerz. Clocks 4- Ea- . v iv-r1'f ,, L THQ, .' 3 nn ff. - r "I,-1-j., ul. gf' " 13, , J ,A W '::- 5 . W ...K-,ve .. , ' og' J, 1 13, ,' ,Sa , , , Melanie Marie DiLuck Fresno, California Coniraternity 1, 2, 3, 4 Sodality 2, 3, 4- Scllola 1, 2 M usic: Club 1, 2 Choral 1, 2, 3, 4 Lady Precious Stream 2 Lynne Marie Garihotti ll"nl11-11-I Creek, California Confralernity 1, 2, 3, 4, Presidentfl Sodality 2, 3, 4- National Honor Society 4- Optima 4- Student Council 4- Club Council 4- Library Club 2, 3, 4-g Factotum 3 Spanish Club 3, 4 Tizbleaux 1, 3, 4 Choral 1 Violin Ensemble 3, 4 if Q, 2 yi riglg 'H' ll-ft ' 11 1, .Jiff- , .1 jig, "f"':f,- 2 ow' W' 1 1 gee.:-w,f Lx s Patricia Guy San Rafael, California Class Treasurer 2, 4 G.A.A 1, 2, 3, 4 Riding Club 1, 2, 3, 4 .lunior Red Cross Council 4 Tableaux 2 Genesis 3 Patricia Ann Hickman Ross, California Day Student President 4 Class Treasurer 3 Veritas Business Staff 3 Student Council 4 Cavalier Cheerleader 2 G.A.A. 3 Day Student Choral 2, 3 Literary Club 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Drama Club 4 Tennis Club 3 Tableaux 1, 2, 3, 4, Livin g Pictures 2 V ,, -f ,.., -,..V. l . 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Student Council4 Studegt Council 4 Q56 T- '-'V ' ,' . , Optima 1, 2 Time at 3, 4 - . rf, , '5 v A, 'T ' C.S.FL 1, 2, 3 Confraternity 3 1., qw ' , . f- K National Honor Society 4 Soclality 3 M .f:j1'1'J"' X , , ' K C' Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4 C.A.A. 4 'Q-af' ., ,,i,g"" I, li ' 1 9, Junior Red Cross Council, Vice Chairman 4 Scholu 3, 4 -H, , ' S9 Club Council President 4 Choral 3, 4 "1-,' "V ix 355' W, Riding Club 1, 2 Music Club 4 ' 03.2.5 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Genesis 3 D Q' wi Q Nursing Club 4 Thirteen, Clocks 4 - Q, 1,3-Sgix Class Vice President 1 Q55 " H Sodality 2, 3, 4 . i , Q Q L 'gp Trzbleaax 3, 43 Living Pictures 2 Hb' 'Q9 54445 as W .l udith Anne Hogan Mill Valley, California Junior Red Cross Council 3, 4 Day Student Choral 3 Thirteen Clocks 4 Lady Precious Stream 2 6166401 are 10 . I rr 'Q Q' Q .,, tee in Kathleen Maria Teresa Kinney Sari Rafael, California Veritas Business Stall 1 Soclality 4 Choral 2, 3, 4 Day Student Choral 2, 3 Junior Red Cross Council 3, 4 Riding Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 , ' 'iq :- 17, - ., F' " J -Pt '- Sffgifv wif' -OU! " " CN X r fi S W 4' F JP uf dia, if vfqf J ay 67 gf-ro L, . Judy Cathleen Kynce Sari Francisco, California Class Treasurer 1 Class Vice President 2 Violin Ensemble 3, 4- Janice Law Vacaville, California G.A.A. Secretar 4 y 1 Student Council 4-3 Club Council 4 Veritas Art Stall' 3 Time Out Stall 4- Art Club 3, 4-9 President 4 French Club 3 Junior Red Cross Council 4 Choral 3 Tablermx 4- Cenesis 3 ,I 131-' x,,f- 'P' Q i 1 il' 51 em 0 9 h N ' " . .. t - ! - Joyce La Fontaine . Carol Ann Landtbom ban' Ref 1121- Camomw San Francisco, California Fl'-encll Clubf- 3 Cavalier Cheerleader 4- Dumm Club ' Veritas Business Staff 3 Time Out Staff 3, 4- Tennis Club 4- ' Art Club 3 Tlrbleaux 4 Susannah Grace Leonard Vacaoille, California G-A.A. President 4, ' Suzanne Elizabeth Nlatsinger Veritas Literary Staff 3, 4- San Rafael, California Student Council 4-g Club Council 4- Veritas Literary 511354. C1355 Treasurer 3 . Sodality 4-5 Political Committee Leader 4- Natronal Honor Society 3, 4 Junior Red Cross Council 4, OPUYW1 4' Day Student Choral 2, 3 Lgwlrf'-11' Club 4 Music Club 3, 4 Rldlflg Club 31 4 Drama Club 4 Music Club 3, 4 Art Club 4 Dominican Conservatory Orchestra 3, 4- Tableaux 3, 4, Choral 3 Lady Precious Stream, 2 Tllbleaux 3 Thirteen Clocks 4 l J - ff'- 11 My We at lil 1,1 'iv' 1 I J Q 'r , -ple ,- t ,, ' , .N 'away lim. 'QT rf' QA, K , Ulu if tr , at wx' Ui 0 ' QL: " .--' P Q5 'WV H ll J lol-V' will , ilk Qi," tfa ' Q7 . tifld L J' ,,,,i,tt,t,,lftfL4tfi ,Je lary Kathleen alley Szln, Rafael, California Sodality President 4 Veritas Assistant Editor 3' National Honor goo ty 4 f on fraternity 2, 3 4 Mary Teresa Malley San Rafael, California Day Student Vice President 4 Veritas Production Stall' 3, 43 Assistant Business Stall Ma National Honor Society 3, 4 godality 2, 43,W, fni gE. 4 Confraternity 2, 3, 4 C. - . 3, 1 ' xiii Sodality 2, 3, 4 sw n , nc1l4.,g- 1 MC114. UW G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. T ub 1, 2,91 lu Student Council 4-g Club Coun Day tude t, ho al 2, J ' 5 , Tennis Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4 f,fg1blc:lfzQj4,1z'Q, , Q42 zc:!ure , l?'alyIStudent Choral 2, 3 . ' G, i a ,eaux l, 2, 3, 4-g Living Pictures 2 Effgiifll lv , ' Betty Crocker Homemaker if rf Q 1 t tl M t ' L5 J 'fl at 05 CL Gneal McGibbon Tuolum n e, California Optima l, 2, 3, 4, President 4 C.S.F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Seal Bearer 4 National Honor Society 4 Student Council 4 Club Council 4 Veritas Literary Stall 1 Veritas Typing Staff 3, 4 Llr 5 fi WD 0 , at glow " ,U , i W UW Mary Ellen McKenzie San Anselmo, California Drama Club 4 Time Out Typing Staff 3 Library Club 3, 4 Living igurres Art Club 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Yableaux 2 Bridgid McDermott Tiburon, California Sodality 1, 2 Day Student Choral 2 Grace Whiting Mitchell Colorado Springs, Colorado Cavalier Captain 4 Student Council 4 Class Vice President 3 Time Oat Stuff 3, 4 Sodalitv 4- Choral 3, 4 French Club 4 Art Club 4 Riding Club 3, 4 Drama Club 4 Thbleaux 3, fl- Tf1il'll?L'll Clocks 4 r Adelaide Louise Munro Sacram.cn,to, California Junior Red Cross Council 'I- Confraternity 1 Sodality 2 'lhbleaux 4- .loan Marie Novak El Salvador, Chile, S.A. Confralernily 2, 3, 4 Sodality 2, 3, 4 Optima 3 C,S.F. 3 Veritas Business Stall fl- Time Our 4- Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4-g llrvsidcnl 4 Library Club 1. 2, 3. 4-g Factolum 4 Club Council 4 Tableaux 4 Living Pi czurcs 2 Karla Edna Nixon Colfax, California Veritas Business Manager fl- Class Treasurer 2, 4- Schola 3, 4 Cboral 3 Libraxy Club 2, 3 Music Club 2, 3, 4 Thblenux 2 Living Pictures 2 Erin O'Bricu Reno, Nevarla Club Council 4- Sodaliry 3, 4 Schola 3, 4 Music Club 3, 43 President 4- Choral 3, 43 President 4 Tliblcaux 3, 4 Vfjfigfii j, - - 4 Leslie Ann Noble San Rafael, California Riding Club 2, 3, 45 Vice President 3, Secretary 2 Tennis Club 4 French Club 3 Choral 3, 4 Drama Club 4- Tableaux 2, 3, 43 Stage Crew Manager 4 Lady Precious Stream 2 Breda 0'Kcefle Merrill, Oregon Time Out Stall 3g Editor 4 Student Council 4 G.A.A. 4 Hiding Club 3, 4, Manager 4 Confraternity 3, 4 Tlzbleaux 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 Genesis 3 Thirteen Clocks 4 Q-.nv 'T' L Constance Mae Olds San Rafael, California Nursing Club President 4 Riding Club 2 Choral 3, 4 Day Student Choral 2, 3 Marilyn Pelissa l7mn.tville, California Student Body Vice President 4 Class President 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Veritas Typing Stall' 4 Time Out Typing Staff 4 Optima 2 Class Cheerleader 1 Sehola 2, 3, 4 Choral 4, Music Club 4 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 Nursing Club 4 Living Pictures 2 , l Judith Hale Page Sausalito, California Art Club 4 Nursing Club Secretary and Treasurer 4 Tableaux 4 Margaret Mary Pocschl San, Rafael, California Roundllead Cheerleader 4 Class Cheerleader 2 Sodalily 1 Art Club 4 Tbbleaax 4 Tliirteen Clocks 4 Genesis 3 'V Ll l. l JN . .. .L gait.- i E 'El'-JI" i. if ..- f., .sf ev, will-' V M , ,, - . 3 Linda Clay 1 edersen Tiburon, California Verilas Typing Stalf4g Produ French Club 3 Junior Red Cross Council 4 Choral 4 Day Student Choral, 2, Tableanx 3, 4 Lacly Precious Stream 2 Genesis 3 Jenni fer Ranncy San Rafael, California Tirnc Ont' Staff 4 Hiding Club 1, 2, 3, 4 lrfflllilll Club 2, 3, 4 Nursing Club 4 Drama Club 4 Violin Ensemble 3, 4 Tableaux 4 : - --ug" ction Stalf 2 1 'M Niv- ,,,, "' lf' of' .QPU '5C"""1v- ,, V. I 'X 'ff-F i,., ra-'l-,. ,' V .A uf' 5 5-' :V '- rj ' 'i ir- L- , 1 1 Barbara Rayburn San. Anselmo, California Optima 2, 3 C.S.F. 2 A Time Out Stall 4 Junior Red Cross Council fl- Nursing Club Vice President 4 Drama Club 4 Tennis Club 2, 3, 4 Day Student Choral 2 French Club 2, 3, 4 Art Club 4 Thbleaux 2, 3, 4 T11 irteerz. Clocks 4 Mary Clare Rorick Oceanside, California Student Body l'rcsident 4 Class President 1 Schola 2, 3, 4-g President 3 National Honor Society 3, 4 C.S F. 1, 2, 3, 4, Seal Bearer 4 Optima 1, 2, 3, 4 Vcrims Literary Staff 2, 3, 4, Business Slali 2 Club Council 3 C.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4- Cnnfraternity1,2,3,-1-5 Sodalilyl 2 3 11 Literary Club 4 Cboral 1. 2, 3, 4 Music Club 2, 3, 4 French Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1 Tennis Club 1, 2, 3, 4- S ugh PM boo Ae Katbleen Elizabeth Riley San Anselmo, California Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 G.A.A. 1, 2, 4 Tennis Club Secretary 4 French Club 4 Day Student Choral 2, 3 Thblezmas 1, 2, 35 Production Stafl 4 Sue Ann Rullierfortl Mcflforzl, Oregon. G.A.A. 3 Schola 2, 3, 43 President 11- Cavalier Cliecrleadcr 11- Class Cheerleader 3 Sodality 2, 3, 4 Ricling Club 2, 3, 45 llflanager 3 Choral 2, 3, 4- Music Club 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 3, 4 A , 5 1 f -V LX. ' Judith Elizabeth Roetzel Colorado Springs, Colorado Class Secretary 4 Cavalier Cheerleader 4 Optima 4 Riding Club 4 Spanish Club 4 Tableaux 4 Cecilia Salaverria S onsonatc, El Sal vuclor, CA. Con fraternity 3 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 French Club 2, 3 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Factotuxn 4 WN KX, b or Ab. X 2 W 1 'U' xl A Cyl ,tlfiggtlf v Q, C993 owl! 15 My yqyimla-lilly Lluggc Lpggfz me td LL-QL C 677101 X . V li , Stephanie Shone San. Rafael, California Optima 2, 3 Time Out 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4- Drama Club 4- Nursing Club 4 Sodality 4- Tllbleaux 3, 4 Tltirteen Clocks 4- Ucvi Thadani l'llA70l1!llllCl, J apan Time Out Staff-1 Conlraternity 4- Sodality 4 Choral 4- French Club 4 404626-Q .img ,Rl Carolyn Winifrc-rl Traynllalii College City, C all foru in Student Body Treasurer 4-3 Student Council 4- Time Out Stall 33 Assistant Editor 4- Sodality 4- Class Cheerleader 3 Spanish Club 3, 4- Riding Club 3, 4- Drama Club 4- Tennis Club 4- Nursing Club 4- Choral 4 Yhbleaux 3 Genesis 3 'Mrk t -mek, t, - t ,4--fag Mary Christine Storms Eugene, Oregon Soclality fl- Spunish Club 3, 4- Riding Club 3 Choral 4- Ylzblermx l'roduction Staff 35 Stags Muuzlgct' 4- Cenesis Procluction Staff 3 Tlrirtecfn, Clocl-is Stage Manager Literary Club 4- Mary Twining Ukialz, California C.S.F. fl- Verims Business Stall' 4- Time Out Stall 4- Litcrary Club 4- Spanish Club 4- Choral 4- Tlzirleen Clocks 4- A ,lf J-'W . . . PITHYCI' "Man must first be ablaze himselfg but he cannot allow himself the sole enjoyment of his iireg he may not shield a guarded flame." St. Dominic, we know, firmly believed and applied these words to his daily life. Through prayer, daily Mass, and perpetual penance, the light of grace grew radiant within him. We, too, are offered the opportunities of setting aflame our own souls. Through Confraternity and Sodality, we are able to achieve a closer union with Christ and His Mother. Not stopping there, we try to radiate our precious spark upon others. One of the most eifective ways we have of doing this is through our yearly Christmas Tableaux, for it gives us the per- fect occasion to present the Christmas Story and its joy to our friends. Thus, as we strive toward the holiness of St. Dominic, we are keeping alive the spark which is glowing and growing within us. St Dominic, united to God radiated. his love to others. The discussion group leaclers and secretaries for the F ederation. meeting at Dominican take care of last llllll-U56 preparations on the stage at Angelica. Sue Matsinger, unassisted by Kathy Casey, liclps with the lectern. Judy Boss, Kelly Collins, and Sheila Farr rnove the panelists' table nnzler the supervision of Mary K Malley. What D0 You Think of Soclaligf Merizfzlverrs' . . 1. Kelly Collins, Judi Currie, and Nicki Boss talking to CYO groups about what can be done to promote decent literature? 2. Sue Ann Rutherford surveying Chicago newsstands and cornplimenting a storeowner on his good literature? 3. Cathy Fogarty and Pat Burton organizing C. C. D. Work to make posters for San Rafael catechism classes? 4. Mary T Malley and Judy Boss dramatically demonstrating to Sodality the need lor spiritual reading? 5. Mary K Malley sacrificing Santa Clara games to go to Sunday Federation meetings? 6. Inspiring the student body to help improve the living conditions of migrant workers? Pat Barton reports on last nmnllfs Confraternity of Christian. Doctrine work to Smlalily lncrnbers and president, Mary K Malley. al Confraternity Presents Morniiag Dilemma G'Coocl morning! Black veilsf, Oh no! Oh Noool I just got into bed. I,ll sleep a tiny bit longer-just a little bit longer . . . Oh no you don'tl You're going to Mass this morning. Now you get out of that bed this minute. I will-in just a second. I've got fifteen minutes- plenty of time. Or maybe I'11 sleep this morning. Yes, I think I'll just lie here and . . . Wait a minute, you. I thought you wanted to be en- rolled in Confraternity. Ido, but . . . lyawnj Well then you'd better get up. Think what yould be missing. You're right, but . . . You'd be missing the greatest thing in your life, merely because you are tired. I know, but . . . - Why do you want to enter Confraternity, anyway? For the weekend at Bolinas? for another activity under your name? No, of course not, I . . . -or to honor Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament? Yes, that's why. Well, how can you do that without a little of the sac- rifice and suffering He went through for you? I guess I canlt . . . Well then don't you think you had better hurry? You're right! I'rn getting ready right away. Now what did she say it was today-white veils or black veils? Lj"l1I1.C Carilmlli, president of the Czmfralernily of the Blessefl Sacrament, presents Doctor Dooley with a spiritual bouquet from the slurlcrtl body. Lumling Ihr ljlesseal Sarramcnl l'rot-essiun. on a Llilrtl Surmlay of the nmntlz are Corifrrmzrnity prasirlent Lynne Garl- lfolli, Clare Roriclf, M clanic lJiLuz:lc, .Ioan Novak, Devi Tlicrlaui, Mary K Malloy. Other Confraterriily members are: Jill Blwluley, lomme Fullcrnzan, Sheila Farr, Clallys Gomez, H clone Couture, Cathy Davis, Carolyn Faulhaber, Carol Anne I"er'g11..vo11., Patricia Manning, I eau Novak, liulanrla Solana, fully T ham, Breda 0'Kecffc, fully Loizeaux, Virginia Murillo, Sandra Ping, Cerry Riclzarlls, Kathy Casey, Patricia Burtonr, Kelly Collins, Craciela Scliirmer, Mary T Mul- loy, Marllra Hmnilton., anrl Beth. H artnzann. I "Ave Maria? A climactic momenr in. the TABLEAUX. I V S "Behold the luzndmairl ing to thy wordf' 20 Fefe M, gs of the Lorfl. Be il flange unto me accord- Christmas Tableaux Pictures of Fra Angelico, O.P. Mimes, Chant, and Carols Cast Blessed 'Virgin . . . . Lynne Garibotti Saint Joseph . . Sandra lrlannum Angel Gabriel . . Patricia Hickman Saint Elizabeth . . . Catherine Fogarty Zachary .... . Stephanie Shone Angel of Prophecy . . Suzanne Matsinger Angel of the Nativity . . Barbara Rayburn Angel of Fullillment . . Breda O'Keefle Prophets fblarralorsj .... Susan Applebaum ' Carol Burns, Stephanie Burns Heidi Hickingbotham, Susannah Leonard Shepherds . . Nan Donahue, Mary Cray, Frances Tucker First King . . . . . . . . . . EllenCostello Second King Third King . . Judith Roetzel . . Martha Hamilton "And she brought fortlzi llcr firsl-born son, and wrapped him in szvaflrlling clothes, aml laid him. in a manger." Mary, Joseph, onzl the angels arlorc the new-born Infant. -1. lla? And the Word Was Made Flesh T ableaux is made of many things-quietness, enthusiasm, awe, expectation and peace, which the audience, the cast, the crew all realize and radiate one to the other. The cast strives to fill the heart of the one person in the audience who may never get another true Christmas mes- sage. ln so doing it inspires the entire audience to respond and accept even more fully the faith and love which contrib- ute to the total concept of Christ's birth. Even more remarkable than this mutual audience-to-cast reaction is the bond of trust and loyalty uniting the cast in the re-creation of God's tenderest act of love in sending His Divine Son to save mankind. These thoughts make our own Mary more humble in the realization that she is 'cfull of gracef, and the littlest angel more awe-filled as she touches Mary,s cape. From the Blessed Virgin to the adoring Magi and the visiting shepherds, all are inspired to offer Tableaux as a living prayer. T he Coronation of Our Lady, Queen of Angels. "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men of good willf' Schola sings specially for each note in the scale: C-Christmas Cards . . . Tahleaux--this year the very best. D-Distinvuished Doinvs . . . Doctor Doole 's visit, of course. za za Y Schola Sehola leads the carolers into Angelica for TAB- LBAUX. Leading in the front row are Sheila Shannon, Pat Barton, Carol Anne Ferguson, .Indy Loizeanx, Sandie Ping, Virginia Mnrillo, Penny Briscoe. Second row from left: Sharon McCane, Jncly Miller, Marilyn Pelissa, Kathie Han1,n1.on.11, Karla N ixon, Joanne Kesterson, Hel- ene Couture, Cathy Davis, Vicki Hessian, Patsy Vincent, Kelly Collins, Sue Chamberlain, Erin O'Brien. Top: Beth Bochnalc, Mary Lace, anrl Schola President Sae Ann Rutherford. E-Exalting Experiences . . . Proper of the Mass with a special offertory hymn each Sunday. F-Fre uent Festivals . . . Sister lVlarietta's feast cla and the Conservator Recital. CI Y Y G-Gay Gatherings . . . Schola Dinner-Sue Ann's solo debut. A-Anticipated Assemblies . . . large or small-even cards! B-Baccalaureate Blessings . . . Graduation-a High Mass sung for the Seniors. Singing Sunday Mass-the most im.portan.t activity of Schola. F"r -fm S?" St. Dominic searched for truth. . . study St. Dominic's childhood was a quiet, unbroken stream of study and prayer, but as he grew older his many ,friends discovered him to be a man of magnanimous capacity: a man who held a wealth of knowledge, which he unstintingly shared with everyone. Dominic was a man of ideals and ideas, ol' boldness and originalityg his radiance and energy spread to all those around him. The scholar, Dominic, became a shining light before an inquiring world. ln St. Dominic's illumination we find encouragement to follow diligently the path which he took, and to find along the way, much as he did, the rewards for our labors. Our studies lead us onward toward truth and, when we have uncovered each truth, we experience the freshness and marvel ol a newly-discovered ideal. Each new idea leads us to another, a deeper one. As we follow the magnetism of St. Dominicfs star in search of VERITAS, we become involved in an absorbing life-that of a student. Acting a scene in. drama class, Stephanie Bztrns takes out lzer anger provoked by twin Carol, by striking at a nearby vase. ' -- Truth is Uur Goal . . . We Strive for Knowledge Individual counseling with special attention to college choices-a new feature at Dominican this year. Carolyn Traynham has her interview with Sister .4IlIlil1,l1S as Mary Twining awaits her turn. V-. ..f..,Q,. I H - - ge., L, all .- 1, ,J f - .r ..-' 4-' I x 'H 4 -4? ,' JH-V' 5' I. 'I 1 ,f Englislz IV starlentts tlzoztghtfully listen to the Old Vic interpreta- tion, of lVLxcnE'r1I. Lower left clock- wise: Marilyn, Pelissa, Cathy Fo- garty, Mary Ellen McKenzie, Sue' Matsinger, Azlrly Mauro, Barbara Rayburn, Judy Kyne. J -ll v 1 Traveling Science Library Books stimulate Szte Buresh, Mae Ann .lack son, Sandy Hannum, anrl Pam Price to real interest. Poor Mary Lang behn grimaces, perhaps because she eanft reall all of them. Erzulite literature enthusiasts Heidi Hiclcingbotham., Judy Loizeanx, Sandie Ping, Frannie Walker, and a mysteriozts intruder enjoy a quiet forum., with Kathy Casey starting it off by reciting her favorite sonnet. Under Kathy's initiative the literary club was establisherl to promote out-of-class poetry rearlings, rlrama recordings, and theatre-going. A new aml exciting feature of the F reneh. tlepartntent this year is the language lab. During 4:3lt study hall stuttlents Sue Chamberlain, Diane Ramlall, F rannie Wallcer, and Ellen Costello listen to their assigned tapes, 0 C EA :Y z. " ' wa. E Riding a tandem is as tricky as editing VERITAS for editors Judy Boss and Carol Lyons. Both day students came for many a picture- talring day by this mode of transportation.. F illing in the scene are the genial producers of this illustrious book. Cloclcwise at front table are Sally Buckley, Sue Matsinger, Sulcey Leonard, Gneal McGibI1on, Marilyn Pelissa, Clare Roriclc, Heidi Hickingbotham., Cathi Dale, Sue Applebaurn, Kathy Casey, Cathy Atterbury, Sue Buresh, Mary Luce, Pat Chapman, M aria F asal, Marianne Matsinger. In back from left to right are Mary T M alley, Betty lo Bregante, Mary K Malley, Sheila Farr, Carol Lyons, Judy Boss, and our astonishing Mrs. Mercer. '55, Assistant V61'Z.f6lI Editor Speaks Out uluclyl Watcli out! Turn! Look out!" Brake! Crash! ,ludy Boss should have her license revoked and I should he allowed to steer the tandem bike. Each time we set out to see Breda O'KeefIe about sharing the Wzritas-Time Out pages, Judy forgot what she was driving and we - well, we never reached our destination. But the preceding was just part oif the life of Veri- tas l960. Never again will I be surprised when advised that the yearbook theme could he changed on January 29th. Nor will I ever be amazed if asked for a left- handed ruler, or if asked after welve taken it, 46Where were we going to put the Choral and Instru- ments' picture?" Nor will I be upset if I am asked to rewrite this article over for the sixth time, since I am growing acclirnated to .ludy's demands for per- fection. I have no hope of ever receiving permission from the editor to write an article having no ending. May- be, in this iinal attempt I will triumph, for this end- ing is no real ending at all. Publications: Veritas and Time Out Early in. October VElu'rAs business-stag mem- bers assembled to type the letters necessary to bring in the small fortane needed to produce this book. From left, on floor: Pat Baird, .lady Boltrland, Carolyn Caletti, Mary Twining. Back row: Nora Baird, Sandy Hodgson, Martha Harn- ilton., Karla Nixon, Cathy Fogarty, Michele Re- M X naud, and Linda Pedersen. ,f Ting., K. V' 'I'lME OUT Editor Breda 0,Keefje cannot distract Sue Burcsh, nor anyone on the staff for that matter, when the paper has hrst come out. Front row, from left to right: Judi Currie, Penny Fries, Beth Bochnak, Sue Applebaum, Kathie Harnmond, Sue Bnresh. Kneeling in center: Grace Mitchell, Sheila Farr. Standing in back: Francine Castro, .lady Hogan, Frances Walker, Vicki Hessian, Nicki Boss, Carolyn Traynharn lassist- ant editorj, Sue Chamberlain, Cathy Atterbury, Sue Matsinger, Candy Landtbom, Kelly Collins, Barbara Rayburn, Sheila Shannon, Lustre Robinson. ' mf ., we V 1 Nmggga ras. xe, A f, 1, ' 9 t ' , .r V ' iz? F if' - . .- "El if t Music Adds Refinement Judy Kyrie, Sandie Ping, Judy Boss, and Sue Arm Ruth er- farrl practice for the Spring Conservatory. Choral and orchestra-refreshing types of study. Music-an integral part of Dominican. Whether We performed in the Conservatory recital, entertained an audience gathered for Christmas Honors' Assembly, or sang on a picnic, music was a part of us. Enthusiaslically directed by Erin 0'Brien and accompanied by Nicki Boss and Sutkey Leonard, Choral entertains the student burly and faculty at Christmas Cards. Academic Distinction Meaiis Optima Requirements: Four successive months on the Honor Roll. Antoinette Blum Judy Boss Lynne Garibotti Susannah Leonard Gneal lVIcCibbon Judith Boetzel Clare Rorick Susan Applebaum Carol Burns Patricia Chapman Susan Lang Carol Lyons Pamela Price Catharine Atterbury Patricia Baird Patricia Burton Mary Larson Karen Nielsen Maureen O7Connell Polly Riley Virginia Murillo Geraldine Richards Sheila Farr Joanne Kesterson Marie Bertolli Holly Bowen Betty Jo Bregante Maria Fasal Sandra Schmitz Cynthia Shone I.. " . -ff"A Gneal McGil1bon studies diligently to maintain. the standards of academic aclziezzement established in her freshman days. As presi- dent of Optima, she has directed the inter-student tutoring service Optima rnelnbers flank the General Excellence plaque and hope that some day their names might decorate it. From, left: Pain Price, Susie Applebaum., Betty Jo Bregante, Gerry Richards, Maria Fasal, llally llowcn, Marie Bertalli, Judy Roetzel, Antoinette Blum, Polly Riley, Cynthia Shane, and Sandra Schmitz. l, V '. li ,:-.,, rf, q I. I irirll . 1 .1 If Ay. ,- -. ll ,til i,l 'r lx i California Scholarship Federation Requirements: Two A and three B semester averagesg one activity point. Judith Boss Gneal McGihbon Clare Borick Mary Twining Patricia Chapman Susan Lang Carol Lyons Catharine Atterhury Patricia Baird Sarah Buckley Sheila Farr Joanne Kesterson Mary Larson Betty .lo Bregante Maria Fasal 3 . i , X N x XXX 5- .X Honor Societies C. S. F. students enjoy a bit of nonsense in the library. Left to right: Mary Larson, Maureen 0'Connell, Carol Lyons, Karen Nielsen, Sheila Farr, Cneal McCibbont, Sne Lang, Pa- tricia Chapman, Mary T wining, Sarah Buckley. I n fore- ground: Catharine Atterbnry, .Indy Boss. By window: Patri- cia Baird. National Honor Society Requirements: Scholarship, character, leader- ship, service. Judith Boss Catherine Fogarty Lynne Garibotti Sandra Hannum Susannah Leonard Mary Kathleen Malley Mary Teresa Malley Cneal McCibhon Clare Rorick Susan Applehaum Patricia Chapman Kathleen Casey Martha Hamilton Sandra Hodgson Susan Lang Carol Lyons Virginia Murillo Catharine Atterhury Sheila Farr Maureen O'Connell To prove that National Honor Society indicates well- ronnded students, members gather with tricks of their trade: honor corrls, party props, athletic equipment, and yearbook materials. Standing: Mary K Malley, Martha Hamilton, Judy Boss, Sue Lang, Pat Chapman, Lynne Garibotti, and Cneal McCibbon. Sitting: Mary T Malley, Clare Rorich, Sandra Hodgson, and Kathy Casey. . . action He contemplated and shared the fruits of contemplation: St. Dominicls life was not a selfish one. His thoughtfulness overflowed into action-preaching, :founding an Order, trav- eling. He built the Order on tradition by taking an existing Rule and lfashioning the daily routine on the life of the canons regularg but he innovated by sending his friars out from the monasteries to preach all over the world. We, too, strive to make our activity a result of our think- ing. We come to Dominican to hnd many established tradi- tions ancl these we love and cherish. But each year under the student council we add lo these by directing our energies in unexplored ways by untried means. 1960 has meant for us a year notable lor a spirit ol' generosityg we look hack on Red Cross work, Pink Lady activity, and "raising funds for Dr. Dooleyw campaigns. And because we made all the arti- cles lo be sold, we realized the most profitable Bazaar Domin- ican has ever had. St. Dominic sent his friars out to preach, two by two Pat Hickman., day student presizlent, and Clare Rarick, sturlent body president. Clare and Pat lead student activities . . Each year with bated breaths, freshmen through seniors alike await the announcement. There is silence in Redwood Court tfor oncej , and then the news is broken. "Your new student body' president will be . . . " wllhe day students have elected . . . l' - 'cAren't they surprised? Clare and Pat are such good friends, too. Won't next year be the greatest?7' Animated, excited exelarnations are heard in the background, and our momentarily stunned new presidents step forth to accept with joy and a sprinkling of tears their new duties and responsibilities. A year has passed since then, and now the time has come to look back and remember. Clare-early Mass . . . innumerable bowls of cornflakes fthese mean energy for an active dayll begin Clare's day. Continuing on, the day includes time for study CHOW does she do it now without those beautiful wisdom teeth'?l, time for play fvolleyball and tennisl and time to keep us all in order f4gWill the proctors please take roll?"l. A busy girl, but Clare always has time for that extra job for us, her student body. Pat-with wide blue eyes and a laughing smile-the pride of the day students. What would Noon Roll have been had Pat not been there to tease and enjoy? And what would Sister Theodore land Sister Thomasine, too lj have done without Pat's bubbling enthusiasm? Pat, our lovely Saralinda lbanana and alll has always been there to "wish each and every one of her day students well." With unselfishness, eager devotion and much school spirit, these two together have made this year a very special one. Student council mast be ready to face any storm.. And the storm at hancl is a rainy picture day to be braved. Clare Rorick pre- sides at the Illfflfllill-gg other stluieut council members are Cnleal M cCibbon, Lynne Garibotti, Breda 0'Kee,fe, Judy Boss, Sheri Cala, Sheila Farr, Samly Harzvnunz., Mary T Malloy, Marilyn Pelissa, Jan Law, Mary K Malley, Pat Hickman, Grace Mitchell, Carolyn Traynlrarn, Sulcey Lconarfl, and Vicki H ession. . . with the help of student council Our first student council meeting! Coming back to school early! Greeting new girls and planning for the year ahead! Everything looks sun-shiny. Through Clare's guidance We start out the year on the proper foot -assured that il will be an overwhelming success. Each oil us adds in our unique way to the meetings. Some initiate partiesg some, reformsg and others, student privileges. Meetings are usually orderly but then there was the one when we looked at the plans for the new school. we all tried to listen attentivelyg then exclamations broke loose. uBig closets!" begs Grace. 'allow large is the 1'electory?,' asks J an. fWe have our meetings just before dinnerxj '4Where are we going to play hockey?" from Judy. c'W'ill we have separate residence halls?i' "Library and study hall adjoining?,' uljlease have a fireplace in every living room!" And we Wrote down the many suggestions of all our wildest dreams. And now our busy year has ended. It is time for Class Night and turning over our offices to the juniors. Each of us will swallow a little as we hear, "I, Clare Rorick, will my office as student body president .... " The first project of Alpha Phi, Dominicanfs newly established nursing club, was the making of Christmas card .Scrapbooks for hospital patients. Left to right are Ellen Costello, Pebble Page, Connie Olds K club presidentj, Barbara Rayburn, ancl Debbie Chamberlain. Students Direct Energies In Projects At School And In The Community Pink Laflies Leslie Noble anal Barbara Dwelly comfort their own classmate, Sukey Leonartl, in Marin General Hospital after her automobile accirlent. Art Club members work industrioasly to fnish their cards by Yuletide. Behind ta- ble are San-zlra Riveroll, F rannie Walker, .lorly Bourland, and Jan Law fclub presidentj. In foreground is Adriana Riveroll. Sandra Hannnnz, Kathy Kinney antl Pen.- ny Fries aclzl their greeting on tlze tape recording of the Song Festival. The tape will go to rz foreign country to promote international frienalslzip. ,lady Boss anrl other members of the American Junior Rerl Cross International Study Visit Team, talk with President Eisenhower before the group leaves for Europe. New junior Red Cross Council Motivates Service To carry out I. R. C. purposes of service to others and better understand- ing around the World, a .l r. Red Cross Council was formed here. Penny Fries and Jan Law were the artists who inspired freshman resi- dents to make holiday decorations for hospital patients. Barbara Dwelly and crew baked cookies and more cookies for a birthday party at Sonoma State Hospital. And the wonderful staff aides under Addy Munro and Linda Pedersen typed innumerable lists, speeches, and stencils for the duly- elected-in-,lanuary chairman, Judy Boss. Red Cross junior Cray Ladies Pat Guy, Sue Matsinger, Joyce La F ontaine, Bar- bara Rayburn, Jennifer Ranney, and Linda Pedersen, prepare to depart for So- noma State Hospital for volunteer work with mentally retarded children.. are t N . AA fa-?tt:DCi051 y ,Ii 7 tcwlii 1 at 2 ' cottt l 1' WN fi t l' it To put them in the bazaar-buying spirit, new lzats were exactly what were neerlerl by Clare Roriclc, Katlzy Casey, Grace Mitchell, Kathy Riley, and Candi Lanzltbom. W jlfftiifre may shdasafjccf WM wt PM I far' ,QF me mu, J.: -. 3, fUf' if C D. C. Helpers Stock, Then Deplete Santa's Workshop ' In Their Charit Bazaar A prospective buyer rulmires tlze wares of Maria Teresa Bernal, Gllilllfflllillvll Roll riguez, and Kathy H anzmoml. Carmen Goodyear fsittingj is swamped with eager ticket buyers: Betty Io Bregante, Sherilyn C ala, Marie Bertolli, Pat Manning, Ann. Paulson, and Sue Enemarlc. Francine Castro and Tafy Evans neerl liule persua- sion at the most popular baolll of ull. Sellers are .lurly Kyne, Sue Clzaniberlain, Jackie Carroll, Pat H iclfnzan, Leslie N able, Vielri Hessian, and Margie Richards. iff -'ff A n anirnatecl discussion after a re freslufng repasz is enfayml by Sanrly Riueroll, Jane Bloflgel, Lavinia Constable, Sally Brwlc- ley, Erin Snelham. and Gladys Gomez. Meanwhile, sitting on the stairs, Mary Cray, Pat Clzapnzan, and Nan Donahue exchange notes on their pnrelrasex. HA miniature Christmas tree is exactly what you need, Kaflzyu encourage Sandie Ping, Frannie Wzlkar, Judy LUiZt'llllIl7 and Marilyn Jacolzs. 21-41' av ?, F Al' last the right helicopter flies in. ouerlzeazl. A moment of real zlrama as Domin- ican, waves in Dr. Dooley. The Laos "l1.ellof' Sandy, our prirle and joy, beams belzilul Dr. Dooley on the day of "her rlrernn, come truef, The climax-Dr. Doolegfs eizening lecmre. "Words sozmcl . . . example tlziuirlersf' Anfl we left Angelica better, more zlzoughtfzil stmlerzts, con- cerned for the people on the other side of the world. Hero from Laos comes to Dominican - Dr. Dooley arrives by Helicopter 1 2, x , ' 4 h rf I V l'V r '- I X i 4 A , ' i Gy., it , i Sponmneous waving anfl joyful laughter -l1e'x lwrel Sandy Brings Dr. Tom Dooley to Dominican Unforgettable to us all--the story of raising the money to bring Dr. Tom to our campus. More unforgettable-the impression that Dr. Tom made on us, the love lor others that he left with us. 7 W Y . . . recreation ,Tis said that a man's face reflects his spirit, and certainly the joyousness and friendliness of St. Dominicis countenance exemplified his perfect inner peace. He appeared among his brother canons as a ray of sunshine. He had a gaiety reliected often at recreational periods, his friars anticipated his visi- tations and regretted his departures. Known as the wllroubadorfi St. Dominic expressed his joy by singing as he walked. Sometimes passers- by would even jeer at him for this, but he was so good natured that he took this very light-heartedly, and, laughing at himself, usually managed to win over whoever had first laughed at him. The same lightheartedness which characterized St. Dominic is found in the many recreational activities at Dominican: a barbecue in the fall, archery in the field, or just a friendly game of tennis after cards. These are the diverting activities so liberally inter- spersed among our studies. Our enthusiasm finds many outlets. G. A. A. has planned not only hockey games and swim meets, but volleyball and basket- ball, too. Exercise and the keen interclass, interteam competition keep us on our toes. Many more chal- lenges are offered, too: Family Day, Song Festival, and Senior Fun Night. This year certainly is chock- full of exciting things to do, and is topped oil by the Ring Tea and the Graduation Ball. Singing, St. Dominic Walked with his companions ,Q Ili? 'ix Q N , ' 'X , X 'i 'N rl hu! lik' w tl' XX ! Cheerlearlers Camli Lanrlthom, Jnrly Roetzel, and Sue Ann Rutherford practice on the tennis court prior to the winter volleyball games. , ' "Y, Friendly rivalry"-the often quoted slogan of spirit between the zams exemplihetl here by Captain. Grace Mitchell's permitting 'ou,nrlh,ead Captain Vicki H ession to join the rooster family. Puritanical and Aristocratic Ways Have Changed But Roundheads and Cavaliers Still Challenge Each Other From the first roll call to the last locker inspection, the Roundheads and Cavaliers have maintained their age-old rivalry. But things have changed since the first Roundheacls and Cavaliers in good old Charles l's time, for now we battle for the Golden Cup instead of political power, and we meet on dillerent issues. We still squabble over the long and short of it-though now the nitl' is gymsuit length, not hair length. ', , lg I-E-F, ., :iii 'hr I I ,W tllhfll 1 ll' - .asia f""i'e Shining in tennis this year were I the edi- tor regrets to say! the Cavaliers. Mem- bers oj the team. inclarlecl Clare Roriclc, Kathv Riley, Sanrly Hodgson, and Sheila Mcliean.. , :""il"H. ,A - "x J V we . , , I . f Y . I,-5 J s , t .4 g'V 'if' -Eg iii! 1. t. f - - X u l' l r N l . . t .XX ..: , . , Ronnrllzeafl cheerlearlcrs I famous on campus as Dr. Dooleyis "witch rlvclarsnl warm up before the second-team baslcethall game. Q ,My 1-1 , w rl 1 I ' ' Captain Grace does not particularly relish the idea of being a parrot-even temporarily. Vicki is only sorry that Grace hasnft chosen the better part. And the Cavaliers no longer scorn the Ngo to meetings" ways ol the Roundheads because times have changed, and the Cavaliers go, too. The Roundheads have altered their Way of looking at things also. For they no longer object to having a good timeg in fact, they are always willing to join their Cavalier friends in an impromptu party. Different, too, is the scene of battle. Gone are the muddy fields of Cromwell's day - except for the riding ring - and instead, there stands Hanify Hall, home of the low rafters. But unchanged is the enthusiasm present in almost all events, both major and minor, as Captains Char- lie Mitchell and Oliver l-lession rally their teams for another concerted effort. J The Rounrlhearls excelled in archery on Playflay, but perhaps not quite that rn u. ch l 4 l rw ik... it .'-Q A 4 1.,-,QA I u 'ill-ts" 1 tl lk ' l l l"ww, L... It's G. A. A. and Circus Tinie Balloons and Clowns Make Playday Festive 'alsadies and . . . ladies! Welcome to the D. C. Circus Big Topl Special greetings to Crystal Springs' players who are joining us here for the hrst tirnef' announces ringmaster and G. A. A. President Sukey Leonard at the registration desks, and Playday begins. Meanwhile other distinguished C. A. A. members have been hurrying here and there and here again hoisting volleyball nets, hockey and softball equip- ment and porting tennis balls and bows and arrows. Soon the games start-Burke's on the hockey green, Santa Catalina on the tennis courts, Dominican at volleyball. Lunch time arrives, a welcome pause for singing, Sukey's announcing the results of the morning's games, and-a G. A. A. picture! The horseshow in the afternoon ends the day of lun and sports. Alter the guests have left for their schools again the big circus tent in Forest Meadows falls, cages with ferocious lions and tigers disap- pear, banners and sign posts fade. But that group ol girls is still there gaily singing uWe are the mighty G. A. A .... '9 and cleaning up here and there and here again. A well deserved momentt of relaxation at lu.1ichtime for Playrlay cheerleaders Pal Chapman., Nun. Donalme, Ann. Cassidy with C.A.A. members: Jan. Law, Carol Kraemer, Pat Barron, Linda Giasti, Sulcey Leonard, Virginia Murilla, Michele Renaud, Grace Mitchell, Clare Rorick, Vicki Hessian, Paz Gay, Sue Lang, Kathie Riley, Mary K. Malley, Salley Buckley, and Carol Lyons. 'Wifi img- l. A fit ...- 1 N , Y "3 r ,Q K fl... A, . ur X I x 'Nez Q +V I S Feel 2 .j ,.,,, D. n , T . VAII - A. :F ' fr I- gi g ? Y .vt i lvg b '- V ' I I t Displa fin 1 Cl:l'Cl1S banners are enllmsiastie Playday parlicimmfs rom each 0 the Len schools: St. Rose Cr fstal S rin Us 2 f? . . . . 1 .- , . I . , 5 P C' 2 linrlne s. banla Lalalma, DrnnLnz.c-an, H ea1l's, l,r1st1.lle1a, Bran.son's, Sacred H eart, and H amlzn's. Riding managers Barbara Ballantine mul Breda 0'Kcejfle enjoy the antics of the clowns Fran,- cine Castro, jennifer M errill, and Pat H iclcrnan before the horse show. "I'll slit you from your guggles to your zatches and feed you to my geese." Duke K Sue Matsinger! tells suitors K Lustre Robinson, Breda 0'KeeHe and Crezta Gale! of their fate for seeking the hand of the Princess Saralinrla. The Thirteen Clocks Finall Tieked At last Hagga lBrookc Skinner! weeps real gems, not just .semi- preeious .stones or costume jewelry, for the Golux K Stephanie Burns! and the Prince. "With Prince flficlni H ession! and Princess fPaL Hicrlcman! wefl, we end this rliymef, Narrator K Grace Mitchell! relates the happy enrling. After a long, frozen sleep, the thirteen clocks come to life Uoan. Prati, Kathleen Menefee, Susan Beers, Debbie Chamber- lain, Sue Buresh, Pat Chapman, Manly Plant, Heidi H ickingbotham, Ellen Costello, Peggy Poeschl, Marianne Matsinger, Diane Randall, and Louise Krozchl. A blob ol' glup, a shriek in the dark, a wierd gliggagurple, tear-turned jewels and the innu- merable witches-wlith clue respect to mother-all made the plan of wishing us well any- thing but a reality. From the once upon a time to the last gale of happy laughter the action centered about the restoring of the thirteen slain, frozen clocks to their tick-tocking. With this accomplished through the warming radiance of Saralinda, the logical Golux succeeded in bringing about the justified glupping of the cold, aggressive Duke by the gleeping Todal and the joyous departure of the heroic Zorn of Zorna and his lovely Saralinda to the blessed isles of ever-after. The cast pays tribute to a real heroine-Mary Storms, procluetion staff lnanager. llsw of oe Zf7Z5fC?Z7! tame , M6035 011 the Successful Party-Giving Plan The PETER PAN freshmen resolve at their first Song F estival, "We wozft grow ztpf' Miss Elsa Maxwell Washington, D. C. Dear Miss Maxwell, We were very much honored to receive your letter requesting that we disclose our secrets to :Successful Party Giving." We of Dominican will be happy to do this but we must remind you that this information must be filed under atop secret" and is not to be further divulged. Article l: Article ll Article III Article IV: Article V Article VI D S. P. G. Plan All Halloween Parties must have at least one good ghoul and seven witches fe.g., any of the members of the junior classlj All Christmas Parties must have ua Moose in the Hoosefi All Song Festivals must have chicken pies, Valentines, and singing waitresses. All birthday parties must have at least one birthday girl, preferably a student body presi- dent. All Cavalier Parties must have Parrot Pie. All Roundhead Parties must have Rooster Stroganoil. All parties no matter where, when, why, how or to what extent-must have singing! fe.g., the "Singing Dominicansnj . Miss Maxwell, you can be assured of always giving a successful party if you adopt these methods, proven over the years in rugged Hanify Hall. Sincerely, Appie Suzlebaum A toast to Sue Arm by the victorious seniors after the Song Festival. It was A GRAND NIGHT Fon SINGING! Ring Tea Seniors lwell, almost! Sheila Meliean, Maureen Riley, Pat Chrtpnzan, Brooke Shfimzer, Madeion Healy, nnrl Sandy l'lezlgson fillfll the sensation o hfwing receivcrl their wonderful rings inexplicable. F reslzrnan.-sophomore coolrs have rt smolcy time of it at their party for the seniors. Melanie Dilntclc, Beth. Boehnalc, Sheila Farr, Sheila Shannon., and Addy Munro tenri the fre, Slierilyn Cala gathers fre-wood, and Carmen Goodyear digs in for tasty french-fries. lin 71,0 'rib' if C i Barbecue Fun Night Senior l"n.n Night finds M ary Storms in. rare form as the gypsy fortuneteller. Mary Luce, Vicki Wells, Tony Titus, and Patsy Vincent are enthralled at prospects of thc future. Unexpected Abilities Discovered on Family Day Raunflheazl mother, Mrs. Currie, registers as an active participant in the 1lay's events. Also at the registration booth are Lillibet and Indy Currie, Frannie lWtlh7er, Sheila Shannon, and Beth Bochnalc. After last year's Family Day, even before the pain of pulled, strained, and just plain sore muscles had abated, parents were looking forward to this yearls event. We students are never ones to let our parents down, so we planned a day even more fun-filled than last year's. Parents who had been inactive in the preceding year, hearing of the excitement, sent in their reservations while the veterans from the Family Day Number 1, aware of the still competition, began practicing in their respective sports. The girls, too, made their way to the gym and the badminton courts, fearing that they, with- out practice, might be outdone by their more agile parents. Throughout the entire day a special enthusiasm and gaiety prevailed, and more than one father amazed his family by his spiking skill, batting ability, or by a stunning tennis serve. Everyone gained through Family Day. Although all of us couldn't be on the winning volleyball team, every participant came away with the knowledge of hitherto unrecognized talents. llilzlcomezl to Family Day by Cavaliers Debbie Cham- berlain, Marilyn Pelissa, and Snkey Leonard are Mr. and Mrs. Bregante, and Mrs. Chantberlain, signing the registration. book. "That,s it, Mr. Weitzel . . . just a little more," encourage enthusiastic Cavaliers Tezlaly Weitzel anrl Pat Hickman, while Rozmtlltearl opponent, Mrs. Enernarlc, watches anxiously with her :laughter Sne. Other Ronnrlliearls fearing Mr. Wbitzelis skill are Mrs. Langbehn, Mrs. Shane and rlaughters Stephanie and Cynthia, Indy Hackett, and Sue Lang. XR . rlw X ,,,x 1 T .- jby in everyday living By applying the Spirit of St. Dominic to our lives -a measured combination of prayer, study, action and enjoyment-we, too, have found a joy in every- day living. This year at Dominican has been a bustle of ac- tivity. No two days are alike. Each day brings its own particular challenge, for there is always movement -movement towards the achievement of new, more difficult goals. Each of the constantly occurring si tuations-the Bazaar, the Song Festival, the visit of Doctor Dooley -has required a boundless supply of enthusiasm which has made the preamble to success as much lun as the actual achievement. This constant enjoyment of what we have done and what we will do, has de- veloped in us an eagerness to learn what the day will bring. This love of life is our joy in everyday living. The joy of St Dominic led souls back to God. 49 A memorable event in every day studentis autumn life is the picnic, this year at the Zander home in Kentfielcl. Kathie Riley catches breath and simultaneously ducks com- panion, while Ellen Costello, Maureen Curtin, Kathy Poeschl, Kathy Flanagan, and Edith Allison kibitz. Day Students, Contemplatives? Day students doing nothing-impossible! We simply can't stand still doing absolutely nothing, even though, while pondering some great problem, we may give the appearance of inactivity. Day scholars are always working for a cause-to get tablecloths for the day student party, to arrive for 6:30 volleyball practice on time, to get blue and red ribbons at the Mar Vista lnterscholastic Horse Shows. But the spring highlight for the day scholars was the 1960 Olympics. Day students Q and residents, too, for that matterj made a quick exit from school on Opening Day, and arriving that 'evening at Squaw Valley, Lake Tahoe, and surrounding parts, made themselves at home in the snow. We climbed the slopes of KT-22 to see the slalom, cheered at the 60-meter ski jumps, and kept an eye on the Russian hockey team-especially the goalie. We also found time to swap pins with the foreign athletes and, most impor- tant, we still had time to be sociable. The call of duty brought some day students home from the snow a day early. Sandy Hodgson, Nan Donahue, Nora Baird, Madelon Healy, and Pat Chapman competed in a swim meet with Anna Head's, but alasl they came in second. Races in the pool .supplied the laughs for the day. Dividing into teams, the swimmers had to swim the length and back, climb out, and give th.e wet, heavy, soggy shirt to the next teammate. Down and back, down and back until . . . the sophomores won! ... . Nan Donahue leads the singing waitresses in a little pre-dinner entertainment at the Day Student Party. Doing the harmonizing are Sally Buckley, Sue Rag- ghianti, Kathy Poeschl, Sue Oyster, Carolyn Caletti, Lynn jenkins, Cathy Atterbury, and Betty ,lo Bre- gante. The early morning problem of lane Blodget and Teddy Weitzel arnuses Judi Carrie, Marilyn Cay and Suzanne Ragghianti in the Cllr. In "Lion Hunt. Stephanie and Carol Bnrns entertain for Sister Theodore's feast day. Freshmen The first rlay of school is exciting enough for any- one, but for new freshmen the day has a meaning sharezl by no one else. Together for the hrst time are Cathy Davis, Jnzly Thorn, Toni Titns, Yvonne Taylor, and Patricia Manning. Yolanda Solana is thrilled to see another old-timer jrorn the Lower School, Kathy Menefee. Box at Olympus Opened-Freshman Secrets Escape The inhabitants of X Herapollo Way were in a frenzy! There in the dwelling quarters of Alphousus Thurs- day and his Olympus Mounted Police was a box, the men did not know what to do with it. Alphonsus Thursday must be called. Alphonsus was there in a second. He could have come sooner but his new Pegasusmobile needed refueling. His detectives told him of the trouble and quickly he began to think. 4'Was it a box you found?" asked Alphon- sus. His chief detective, Stanislaus Wednesday, answered, HYes! That's itlw It was a box and a fancy one, but not so fancy as Pandora's. Well, Alphonsus' curiosity got the best of him and with his world-famous courage he lifted the lid of the box. No sooner were the freshmen settler! to the school routine than their class sponsor's feast day approached. Uniting for the hrst time in a class cause-to make "Happy Feast Day" tags-are Patsy Vincent, Alice Washburn, Jolly Law, Lisa Melone, and Indy Hackett K in backl. Second row: Marianne Matsinger, Margie Richards, Tina Bertrand, Adriana Rioeroll, Karen Peterson, Ana Maria Lopez-Callejas, and Sherilyn Cala fclass presidentj. Foregroanrl: Barbara Qneary and Kathleen Menefee. 'ia' xj Nqr-41 X Z6 S .-.M I lg Nfl ll' x 1 E ., K -,H ' ., ' -f -3z.g-'-:':..- - 1, .', , X . K t ' ' - - f- K- - - us . . , . 1 v j ,'i , 5- - ' I A,-' Q ""' ' -Q ' ....,f , , , . 5-5agf,t,,,. - , .- '53 'M- --' - , ' rf ,, ,A - L--1--,1,ms.g ' V A . I ' - V - . Y. isa, ,- g: V fu 5-,."j-,aqym . 5 ! -A f' - gigs.--ia" fT7T?111 ITE! '- , . A "r11 -,gf 1 ,gl,fe,,1 , 1 ' 5 , - - 21-.-gsgga' "iqf'sgf.g1.-.'g,:' ,.g.'g:..-Ig,-,cl ax I . 1 s ff , V", r 1--Leica.:-is .3,'g.f.f'z:gon-a-ta:,f 51-.:j'i., -1 , L . , , -1-stats Q ,., - -5-an -.Aw wr .- . 1 1 ll 1' - -11: L" 52. faq- ee... ,, -, , t L' .. .Y ' , .v - ' ' ff -ffl: .. V Q" .. ,Q . , . , , -T-, , gg F--,sy 3.5.5 11: '--,.:,.:-.w If Y. 3 ., U H JH , -A t 1, , , h r 5 y ? F "' -' 5 2 5,-'Tl' J, E. 'j2f '.w'::'3i . ' A " ,IQ 1 - fi H Y . ., ' " " fu? V- "xii .7 4 .1 .GEQZT -4U:"'f5?IV -2151+ ' ' ' V "'i 'Q QL- ' " In the box were pictures and letters and hats and all sorts of things. First, a remnant of patchwork material caught his eye. This Alphonsus recognized as being a scrap matching the material of the circle clown he had purchased at the bazaar. He remembered hearing that the freshmen had made 38 clowns! All of a sudden a gleaming piece of something temporarily blinded Alphonsus. 'LA lost dime l" he shouted. t'It seems to me there was quite a commotion on earth about collecting dimes forthe March of Dimes? Card, especially among the freshmen." Next he drew out a yellow hat with a matching feather. A chorus of ohfs followed, for all in Olympus recog- nized this. The sweet music of the Song Festival at Dominican had long before floated up to Olympus. Alter hngering through a few papers and artichoke leaves, he came upon a sheet and a sword marked Julius Caesar. allow odd," he ejaculated and went on. HI guess there must have been a dramatic rendition of Shakespeare's play down there." Once more Alphonsus went into the box and came upon some broken hockey sticks and a deflated volley- ball. Under these was a picture of a tired Athena after a battle. No, it was a sponsor. Sister Jeremy. tHe read the writing on the lJack.j Closing the box, Alphonsus made a decided decision. Olympus must keep this box. "Its contents are more valuable than the jewels Mercury steals. lts power far exceeds that of Zeus' thunderbolts. Freshman spirit, fun and joy!" Alphonsus closed the box. Another day, another case closed. Callzcrezl on the Big Day with Sister Jeremy are happy freshmen. Back row: Anne Paulson, Caitriona Maloney, Kathy I'oe.schl, Snsan lfnenmrk, Ursula Swcnt, Cynthia Shane, Kathy Flanagan, Carole Castro, Betty Jo Bregante, Karen Nelson, Marie llcrtolli. Front: Sharon McCnne, Katie Smith, Mary Ann Williamson, Carol Prince, Diane Thompson, Maria Fasal, Carmen Coorlyear, Maureen Curtin, Holly Bowen, Carolyn Fanlhaber, Sandra Schmitz, Helene Contnre, Elia Levy, Barbara H nnnewell, Anne Sullivan, Dorninga V ance, Susan Oyster. On floor: Mary Luce, Edith Allison, Nancy Patterson. " , mid. Q i'- 1' all "P V ..., fry." than volleyball practice prepares them for concentration in study 1 iw lig- A 1 'T lt if ll li tl t c vfr a i Ji, T W .Zi K I ll X V .' Y? qu. L, at ,, , , . , .-,J ,,,. . .. . . . . X K Lai" 1. ,. re a, ,. Y i XX .. ggnfstffffi ' N Fl . " .. . I-, L f 11: 2 , . -"5S'it. 4 as -" V' ' Q Hill? - . """k 1 ' ' v ' ..A51,,m,,,,,yg4P yuh. H xx, gg -.317 .itll . 3 4.-f':"":i - ,. ,,-,.. . 5 , 4- -X '- ' X'-.., ' ,Q-' "' Y C-V P' I f'1,,, , -,,. V - : Q 4' " ssszesf-M Q Ei ., V 1 N, 2 l 1 X X M ,fs -- , Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice . . . Sophomores What are sophomores made of? Spirit, pranks, talent, and brains l In Room 5 they nostalgically sing selections from their first Song Festivalg or they vociferously hurnish their Hrst CUP. What do these model scholars and perfect personalities oc- cupy themselves with? They pounce mirthfully on all grimly serious personages lfrosh, juniors, and seniorsj who frown on goblins with laces distorted by nylons. They study enthusiastically and devour Hgood literaturei' voraciously at the Hrequestn of a certain English teacher. And every so often their fervor awards them with FOUR gold cords. They love to take leisurely strolls to the tea-houseg and when they are adequately equipped with sweets, they Hnd it soothing to relax and chat by the sparkling pool or in the hushed shadows of the summer-house. A quick set ol tennis or a competitive '-.....Y Y , Y .JV -fray.-. .-.agua Spending leisure moments reading the daily paper are Judy Miller lslandingl, Gretta Gale, Kelly Collins, Judy Kehoe, Linda Giuszi, Sheila Farr, Mary DeVor. 54. S. .N w- ....... ,. A . . hall or patient sell-discipline at cards. top secret-only sophomores know! Sophomores move to new rooms or aleoves every few weeks. Assisted by day students las active lzieclclers, if n.0Llzin.g elsel, residents change a lied in Llre small dormitory. Louise Krozelc, Sally Buckley, Mary Langbelin, and Aurelie Shanley peer over the lop at Kathy Huebner, Judi Currie, Jan, Bonney, Beth Hartmann, and Maria Alzamora. Ti X ' t a . - fl 'L' ,ara , 4 , - f, -a,,,,,lg r "Qi, N ., "J.'f""- So, what really are these priceless ingredients? Ah ah' that s Noon time is mail time and the refectory is the setting as Joanne Kesterson, Guillermina Rodriguez, Sheila Shannon, Carolyn Waclleiglw., anal Frances Thclzer receive their daily dozen from Sandy Rioeroll. The enzl of the acarlenzic day hnzls day students at their usual perch lfront steps of the main building! wailing for their cars anzl the others in, their car pools. Mon ica Boss chats with Tbrlrly Wkfitzel, Susan. Brown, Carolyn Olzls, and Marilyn Guy fin frontj, and ,lady Ghiselli, anzl Jill Kerrigan fin baclcj. 211119,-ff""'f" ' ' lk, i E , N Xt 1 "' ,J ' ,MK 'f 5. gg 'fa K, i: 'f "Ulf 5' l il 'f 4, ,V J , XX. in After lunch is package time. Michele Renaud, more popular than ever, shares her surprise with delighted Wilson twins lKay and Marilyn! and Beth Boch nah. 55 - I 1- 7. I' ,- 4' In abanrlance on the Friday before the bazaar were APPLES brought by :lay-starlenl proetor rows. Some apples became carulied apples, some applesaace, and some apple turnovers. Bat some were just eaten as apples by Polly Riley, Susan, Beers, ,lane Blorlget, Mary Larson, anrl Karen, Nielsen. Bazaar rneant lmmernalle contributions and hanrliworlc from everyone. Soplzonwres gathered in the sewing room to do their bit on aprons and lcniclc-lcnaelcs. Of dubious help are Marianne Petrini, Gladys Gomez, Manly Plant, Manreen O,Connell, Carolyn Caletti, Karen. Brown, and Karen Bonner. Working somewhat harder are Taffy Evans at the iron, and Craeiela Sehirrner, Pat Barton, Pat Baird, Patty Vest, Lavinia Constable, anzl Irene Kestersun at the rnaclzines, As any unior Could Tell You Up and alntost ready at ten to senozr. for morning Mass are Lustre Robin.-son, Sue liureslz, Penny Briscoe, and Joanne Fetltcrrnon. ,lust the other day I accomplished a splendid task. I actually enlightened the mind of a poor unfortunate lrosh. Our conversation went like this: I: 1960-What a 'fabulous year! Absolutely, utterly fantastic! P.F. fljeagreen Freshmanj : Oh yes! So much excitement . . . Khrushchev's visit, and the Algerian uprising, and of course, the Olympics. I: No, No, No! Oh, you poor freshman. You just don't realize. The biggest event of 1960 was, of course, the elections-that is, the junior class elections. And the Ring Teag each junior received a lovely blue sap- phire ring verifying that she soon would be a Wise Ol, Senior. Remember the Christmas play, The Moose in the H oose, when the actors read their parts from cue cards? And remember all the juniors who made Roundhead-Cavalier sports teams, and all the juniors who were on the honor roll, and all the juniors . . . uh-where are you? Oh, frosh . . . where did she go? Well, I guess she couldnit bear to hear of the superiority of the junior class. 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' ' J , . - 1 9J '?4f5',gwg?5a5f?fsfaf5-g,,g,3,,hfx-.g?g'i.s33 1 rr ' - LJ 'A - ' , H fn"f ..3?Ui'f. , ' . f -'f-?7"'fP'-sh .fn ANY .A -Y - ,, . A .M .-- 3 1, ' A U '- , .,-14. 1 ' M L. , , A -I 'y ,- - U- 1' , ,. I, 5 - v' - U.-' ji , ERP: ' ' ,. 'r -A' , , " . W . :' T': .,, ,. .." -I' J lx L . -. - 9 .. H + A 1, ' r 2 -L1 'f V X., . 33, . ' - ,Aly " s ' " fgn 3 ' I ,s l 4 'mi Finally relaxation after a not-zoo-free llhfdnesrlayl llihtclzirig television are Al- lison Kennedy, Connie Biglin, Liliana Gomez, Ann Hoskins, mul Erin Ennis. A surprise birthday party for Mary Kay Anspach! Honoring their class president land waiting for that cake! are Kathy Borla, Pam Price, Carol Burns, Pat Bishop, ,Ioan Prati, Penny Briscoe, Erin Snelham, Gayle Grady' Crzthi Dale, Linlla Bonney, Heidi Hiclfinglrotharn, Connie Biglin, Sue Bnresh, Ann Hoskins, Nan Donahue Brooke Skinner, Pat Chapman, Lynne Jenkins, M arthfa Hamilton, Jill Buckley, Mary Cray, M aeanne Jackson Sue Applebaum, Mazlelon Healy, Carol Carlwenm, Allison Kennedy, Sue Lang, Lustre Robinson, Nora Baird anzl Sandy Hodgson. 1 a yi . Q r I I gs I I J' ,Z M'- I K L Seniors Shovv ' -'TF' ' Special Spirit "We positively can't get lost if we follow this map . . . at least l'm almost suref' Bridgid McDermott, Debbie Chamberlain, Jurly Boss, Judy Hogan, and Leslie Noble are on. their way to San Francisco lo have senior pictures talcen.. Senior spirit-that Won the volleyball game in spite of a last-minute substitute-that proved il was a grand night for singing-that inspired Sandy to hring Dr. Dooley to Dominican - that de- manded outside reading 'til the seniors were Blue and Gray-that encouraged Mary T to stay after school to take the test and win the Betty Crocker Homemaker award-that motivated W. O. S. N. meetings with depressing regularity-that prompted our officers to select the Mark Hopkins for the Senior Ball-that caused lower classmen to respect us and the faculty to value our opinions-and that urged us to sing Senior Spirit whenever we had the chance. To be happily smiling or thoughtfully serious in the yearbook is the question. for seniors looking over their picture proofs: Sue Chamberlain., Mary T Malley, Viclri Hessian, Melanie DiLur:h, Devi The- dani, Jan Law, Mary Twining, Carolyn. Traynham, July Roetzel, Mary K Malley. Gaily f'l'!lIIllIIl:Hg for college boards are Barbara Rayburn, Stephanie Shane, Mary Ellen McKenzie Hop rowlg Palty Guy, Snzanne Matsinger, Jennifer Ran- ney, Linrla PCllCI'Slfllf l3rfl rowlg Joyce Lalfonlaine, Katha Kinney, Cathy F0- garty f2nrl rowjg anrl Antoincllc Blain Kon Ist stepl. E in Alumnae 7211 in May fetes seniors, in.tro1lnce.s them, to past grarlnates, and presents them. with St. Christo- pher lnerlals. Standing: Sandy Hannnm., Marilyn Pelissa, Mrs. Marcel Smith lalu,m.nae presidentl, Jackie Carroll, Canrli L!ZllJlllJOIIl, Connie Olds, Pebble Page, and Salcey Leonard. Seated: Lynn Garibotti, Mrs. Robert Lashly, Snr: Ann Ratherforfl, anrl Mrs, Ray Hamilton. r 'Jia A S ' 1 J L' I-13.' ",-. l',l15:Q?u ""'if' - ' .b ,-13.1517 ,TM-:num A 'M ' ,,v,"n"1' -- ..... ,IH .3 A K - X M -- in H ,jg rt fa, l 0- "' The problem of the last weeks of school is, "Who shall we ask to the Senior Ball ?', Francine Castro, Kathie Riley, Ellen, Costello, Pat Hickman, and Peggy Poeschl look o-ver the prospects. At last the time lzas come. Arlzlressing those all-signihcant graduation invitations are Mary Storms, Iorly Bourlancl, fztdy Kyne, Adrly Munro, Karla Nixon, Joan Novak, Erin 0,Brient, and Gneal McGibbon. Clare Roricls, Grace Mitchell, Ceci- lia Salaverria, and Nini Struck discuss possible recipients of invitations while Breda O'KeeHe advises Erin and Cneal. The Graduates Reflect as the Year Is Completed Gathered together for a ulamil .rortrait"' in the white uniform, now siffnif ine to us rafluation is the za Y l za Y za g a class ol 1960. We are to ether lauffhinfr and teasin , commentin that it Won't be lone now . . . onl 6, 5, g o za g g D Y 4 more days. Then our high school years will be a memory-of Cup-Winning in three of our four years: of jumping down, spinning around in our sophomore yearg of harmonizing in a Som,ething.W'onclerful fashion in our junior year and of scoring once again with Hallelujah this year, of traveling to Sonoma for an annual picnic each May and of returning each time with unever againv sunhurnsg of winning al- most all volleyball games from the freshman year on, of losing every swim meet, of improving with age on the basketball question, and of praying for each other during the frequent crises lreal or imaginaryj of high school days. - is ' 'ai ,X -Q 5,41 .l., ln. formal attire, in formal atmosphere, the seniors are gathered for a formal portrait. But the spirit reflected is warm and informal. Bach row: Jnrly Kylld, Ellen. Costello, Jody Bonrlanol, Connie Olds, Katlze Kinney, .Indy Hogan, Pebble Page, Mary Storms, Francine Castro, Gneal McGibbon, Linda Peclersen, Kathie Riley. Third row: Karla Nixon., Jan. Law, Sue Matsinger, Sue Chamberlain, Barbara Rayburn, Vicki Hes sion-, Jennifer Ranney, Lynne Caribotti, Breda 0,Keefje. Second row: Jean Novak, Peggy Poeschl, Leslie Noble, Clare Rorick, Mary T Malley, Mary Ellen. McKenzie, Stephanie Sl1.one,MaryK Malloy, Candy Lanrltbom.,Bridgid McDermatt,Grace Mitchell, Sne Ann Rutherford. Sitting in front: Cath- erine Fogerty, M elanic DiLuck, Debbie Chamberlain, Addy Munro, Barbara Dwelly, Indy Boss, Patricia Hickman, An- toinette Blain, ,lady Roetzel, Marilyn. Pelissa, Carolyn, Traynharn, Erin 0'Brien, Jackie Carroll, Devi T hadani, Cecilia Salavcrria. l f J L 1 ,, in if , :Anka S ir 4 lv I P 7-H 8 l f X '15 ' qu it 4v r l . rr I l 4- 11. A' X1 l pf IF X 'Q . , .W if ml 1 4 L X , x i, H I. 1 . , . ' 'S ,-J X, Veritm Staff JUDITH Boss '60-Editor CAROL LYONS '61-Assiszant Editor COVER DESIGN AND ART WORK! Nancy North '63 LITERARY STAFF! Susannah Leonard '60 Suzanne Matsinger '60 Clare Rorick '60 Susan Applebaum '61 Susan Buresh '61 Patricia Chapman '61 Catharine Atterhury '62 Sarah Buckley '62 Patricia Vest '62 Maria Fasal '63 Mary Luce '63 Mary Ann Matsinger '63 PRODUCTION STAFF: Mary K Malley '60 Mary T Malley '60 Penelope Fries '61 Sheila Farr '62 Betty .1 O Bregante '63 BUSINESS STAFF: Karla Nixon '60 Manager Martha Hamilton '61, Assistant Manager Catherine Fogarty '60 .loan Novak '60 Mary Twining '60 Kathleen Casey '61 Heidi Hickingbotham '61 Patricia Burton '62 Michele Renaud '62 TYPING STAFF: .loanne Bourland '60 Gneal McGihbOn '60 Linda Pedersen '60 Marilyn Pelissa '60 Lynn Jenkins '61 ef'---:ff Tfvfv1':-ffjf-T1--qv-5-, ,. -r -.1-,Ufffff A- l 3'-,Q it-513. kilt .Eg?'.atrr4,,-,,-. 'N "V-.-fm: 54 5211- . f---Ht.. -.,.f...,,-. . .... . M- V e, gs, N "f". J - -3, aff " ' IU-+g1j.,':". '-5,1-. Us-1:--3 5, 1 -.sytpllyplfi-,?fL 4 7-. A ,,g,':,rC. ,.-I..-"-" .- Recipe for a Lower School Diploma First, we take eight years and place them in a bowl. With them is put interest, and our work has begun. Study, religious training, and extra activities are blended separately and mixed well, then added to our base mixture. A dash of competition is sprinkled in and all is set aside momentarily-giving the dough a chance to rise. After a slight development takes place, determination is spread lightly on the top and our compound is popped into the oven to mature. Wheii the cake is taken out, leave it for along while to set. Then, garnished with understanding attention, the finished product is ready to serve, So far, eighth grmlc, so good! The smclent ohicers tally the paints for the coming month. Left to right: Matilda Maller, Robin. Holsten, Joan, Connolly, Mary Ann Willard, Kathleen Wcitzel, Peggy Mirata. At an early concert are the fourth graders who join. in harnzoniously while Phyllis M aley, Denise Brant, Tessa Jorda, ancl Mary Dustin play the pianos. Behind pianos are Kathleen Tobin, Mary Ellen M erryrnan, Barbara Auger, Roberta Helz, Leslie Kiefer, Catherine Oberto. In front: Keven Seaver anal Martha N ewbrand. orning Means Work "Mu,rmurez fle l'u,ne a l'autre" says Anna Cos- rnas before the risc of the sleeping snnflowers in a short play rlirecteil by Mrs. Michele Wir- nock. Standing at the right, Sara Wilson awaits her entrance cue. Sitting are Marie Thompson, Lisa Dollar, Christine Payne, Jennifer lenslcy, Bette Jane Peflroli, Janetta Michael, Linzla Jones, Leslie Kitselrnan, Susan Riley, Canzly Armes, Betsy Roscoe, Katherine O,Kane, Jurly Moore, Suzanne Qnigg, Trent Stevenson, Andrea Boussy, Michelle Thompson. Book worms eat itg you should reall it! Stancling: Beatriz fle Cima, Nancy Donnell, Cornelia Sias, Barbara O'b'rien, Mal y Frances Jeffrey, Kathleen Malcel.Sitti1zg: Susan Jones, Claullia Robinson, Candy Kinclt, Susan Bertolli, Mary Hawkins. A1 M, , - - -1- f ! it M t o M W , .v ,. . , X l V . L 'J' ' 1 1 . " S A all fgiig ll M r'-:nl 1 1 ., if 5 J" 'nm , , Q ' , , 1 l' '-L 1 ' wi :J ' I 1 lv T F' dn. :X ' ' ' . Ll ' ' . ' fs fy ' ' .I . li 'Al 1' U I Q, ,, , , , Y 'sw . .- . , - , ,L ,l - - , . 1' . 1 .F 1 11. I 1 5' S 5 4 ,Q li It in I , ,. 5 , 54 , H THU I 1 ,, W: , I ' Q 1 H ll x m 4 U Q Q 'lf ,' N 1 A "fn 3 . A M-Lx U V :lm f. e -Y .V-,, ,,N.- 1 la '- l j fl I 5 l I ,r v , 5 X: iq RH l ,r IH! XMI V 1 1 I, ll l fl al: if mga ' b 'sf F22 ef A W , -A. 2: . ' X -gg ff -V tw- :- --FLA 2 ' Y ', X., ,. fm, 'ai-T, gpg?.:',,Iv,4ffm-'EL41'. . Y , ,M "Come, Pll play my flute for you." And the Pied Piper leazls Barbara Jones, Mar- guerite Di Cangi, Lise Weissich, Linda Bartley, Michelle Bledsoe, Ronda Gotti, antl .loan Mercer astray. We just love being six! Standing are Margaret Dumcy, Martha Stevenson, Chris- tine Anselmo, Julianne Jejjrey, Ioan Baldwin, Polly Cut. Seated: Maria Cosmas, Cheryl Anselmo, Susanne Lous, Laura Caspar, Barbara Bianealana, Patricia Parks. .Q X V, rf ff- -fl hi, 'xzkii-Y.i:Q'zg .g:,, Autumn means Opera 3 fr A- Summer means Happy to be going on a jaant to San Francisco for the opera are Maureen Shannon, G1'2ld,l121f101'1 Molly Synon, Karin lorcla, Kathleen Walker, Stephanie Rice, .lane 0'Mara, Leslie Kitsel- rnan, Elizabeth Barry. In the bus from top to bottom: Carla Breer, Cyretta Chapnt, Anne Sciaroni, Mary Ann Schulz, Deanna Velati. These happy eighth graders anticipate the coming year. Left to right, staluling: Alexa Shanley, Julie Ann Rttbini, Jean Aigner, Shelley Hogan, Ilona Marshall, Mary Dztrnjorfl, Jill Davis, Devon Everett, Ana Avila, Jane McBride, Peggy Mirata. Seated, top row: Alice Merrill, Matilda Maller, Nancy Cox, Glenna Stalts. Seated, second row: Elizabeth Cooper, Mary Lon Clay, Caria Tornczylcowsha. Seated, front row: Sherrill Robinson, Victoria Pedroli, Ronelle Gray, Kathleen Dnjicy, Www 5 . L W Pt . W 1' , . . LL, L , QMS ' ll' . W , X . I . , P 1 f ,,, f . ghd 68 X... ..-4? -, , ,,,,.,,,,...., rw.. , , , , , , ,,,,,,.m,,,,,,,m, 'F' Spring means Science Fair Winners at the Tamalpais Science Fair proudly exhibit their projects. Alexa Shanley and Kathleen Duflicy won a granrl prize and frst place in the junior divisiong Nancy Cox won a second place. The big day approaches and eighth. graders are happily looking ahead. Standing, left to right: Kathleen W eitzcl, Rosemary Cox, Sharon Gomez, Helene Cirelli, Elizabeth Crawford, Diane Davenport, Holland Child- honse. Seated, top row: Carolyn Ncwhall, Maria de Cima, Joan Connolly. Third row: Despina Cosmas, Kath- erine Powell, Isabel de Sola, Linda Bernhard. Second row: Barbara Castro, Lynn Gratonilc, Cynthia Weed. Sitting in front: Robin H olsten, Paulette Lonis, Mary Ann Willard. 69 mem! 1anx13nmm :,-mavn.2um .mm':f: a,:f.1,.1 -v- Patrons and Patronesses MR. and MRS. FRANCIS EDWARD ALLISON, SR. MR. and MRS. CHARLES ANSPACI-I ' MR. and MRS. JOSEPH J . APPLEBAUM MR. and MRS. JEROME ARMSTRONG MR. and MRS. ROBERT FLANAGAN MR. and MRS. DANIEL A. FOGARTY MR. and MRS. GEORGE FRANKS A FRIEND MISS BABS BAIN MR. and MRS. JOHN C. BAIRD MR. and MRS. NORMAN A. BALLANTINE DR. and MRS. SHERMAN J. BEERS DR. and MRS. RUSSELL WILLIAM BERNHARD MRS. F. J. BERTRAND DR. and MRS. ROBERT BIGLIN MRS. TED BISHOP MR. and MRS. ROBERT BLUM MR. and MRS. VINCENT BOCHNAK MR. and MRS. HERBERT A. BONNER MR. and MRS. THOMAS BONNEY MR. and MRS. J. B. BONNY MR. T. H. BORLA MR. and MRS. LOUIS BOSS, JR. MR. and MRS. MIGUEL GOMEZ BOUNACORSSI MR. and MRS. ROBERT BOWEN MR. and MRS. J. C. BOYLE MR. and MRS. JOSEPH BREGANTE MR. and MRS. W. S. BRISCOE MR. and MRS. T. N. BROWN MR. and MRS. WILLIAM H. GALE, .JR. MR. and MRS. L. GARAVENTA MISS FLORENCIA GARCIA MR. and MRS. C. J. GARIBOTTI MR. and MRS. B. F. GASTER MR. and MRS. LLOYD GI-IISELLI MR. and MRS. FRANK GIUSTI MR. and MRS. LOUIS E. GOODYEAR MR. and MRS. GUSTAVO GOM EZ MR. ROBERT B. GRADY MR. and MRS. ARTHUR CRAY MR. and MRS. ROBERT GRUNDMAN MR. and MRS. M. A. GUY MRS. RAY L. HAMILTON MR. and MRS. OWSLEY B. HAMMOND MR. and MRS. WARREN EMIVIETT HARDISON MR. and MRS. THOMAS A. HESSION MR. and MRS. H. WALLACE I-IICKMAN MR. and MRS. H. R. HIGGINS MR. and MRS. RALSTON W. HODGSON MR. EDWARD W. BURGAR MR. and MRS. GRANT A. BURTON MR. and MRS. JOSEPH C. CALA MR. and MRS. CARLO W. CALETTI MR. and MRS. HERNAN LOPEZ CALLEJ AS MRS. LEE CARBONE, JR. MISS KATHRYN MARIE CARPENTER MASTER PATRICK SAMUEL CARPENTER MISS SUSAN DOLORES CARPENTER MISS J ACQUELYN CARROLL MR. and MRS. FELIX CASTRO MR. and MRS. J. B. CHAMBERLAIN MR. AND MRS. R. A. CHAPMAN DR. and MRS. T. M. COLLINS MRS. GOODRICH CONNOLLY MR. and MRS. OSWALD COOPER MR. and MRS. WILLIAM R. COSTELLO MR. and MRS. LEONARD C. COUTURE MR. and MRS. JOHN P. CRUDEN, SR. MR. and MRS. ALLAN CURRIE MR. and MRS. JOHN J. CURTIN MRS. PATRICIA DALE MR. and MRS. CLAIR C. DAVIS MR. and MRS. PAUL F. DE VOR MR. and MRS. ELSO DI LUCK DR. and MRS. MICHAEL J. HOGAN M R . AND MRS. R. M. HOSKINS MRS. C. S. HOWARD, JR. DR. MR MR FRANK H. HOWARD . JAMES G. HUEBNER . E. C. IRPMAP MR. and MRS. HERBERT A. JACOBS MR. and MRS. CHARLES O. JONES DR. MR and MRS. J. M. KEHOE . and MRS. ROBERT M. KENNEDY MR. and MRS. GEORGE KERRIGAN MRS. IRVING E. KESTERSON MR MR MR and MRS. JAMES T. KINNEY and MRS. DONALD CURTIS KITSELMAN A. L. LA FONTAINE MR and MRS. WILLIAM A. LANDTBOM MR and MRS. RUDOLPH D. 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