Our army of youth trained to seek the good, the true, the beautiful
and inspired by leaders who teach and live this philosophy, we too, will
so live "that in all things God will be glorifiedv!
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1948, a symbol of the Christian
ldeals whnch have been fostered
ln us by our educatnon ln a
Cathohc Benedictine School
We have learned that to seek
the GOOD the TRUE the
BEAUTIFUL, m all phases of
hfe wnll gxve us the secret of
present, future and everlasting
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His Excellency, The Most Reverend Euqene I. McGuir1ness
Bishop of Oklahoma City cmd Tulscr.
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The Oklahoma Annual
Youth Convention was
organized in 1946 by his
Excellency Bishop Mc-
Guinness. At the three-
day meeting held in early
Iune, Monte Cassino was
host to boys and girls
from all parts of the state.
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Reverend S. R. Fogarty, O.S.A.
Spiritual Director and Religion
Right Reverend Monsignor D. C
Fletcher, Pastor of Monte Cassino
DIRECTORS OF THE CATHOLIC YOUTH MOVEMENT IN OKLAHOMA
Reverend Don Kanaly
Successor of Father Monaghan
as Youth Director
Very Reverend Gavan P. Monaqhan, Ph.D
State Superintendent of Catholic Schools
First Diocesan Director of the Catholic
Reverend Victor Coury
Tulsa Reqional Youth Director
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His Excellency, the Most Reverend
Arneleto Giovanni Cicognani, Apos-
tolic Delegate, gave a special greeting
and blessing to the children as he
entered the Monte Cassino grounds
during his visit in Tulsa.
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The Faculty of Monte C '
assmo School teach Youth to
seek THE GOQD, the TRUE, the BEAUTIFUL.
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Supenor of Monte Cassino.
Sister Mary Edward, OSB., MA.
High School Principal
Sr. M. Lucy, O.S.B., A.B.
Grade School Principal
Seventh and Eighth Grades
Sister M. Berchmans, CSB., M.A.
Sister M. Iqnatia, O.S.B.
Sister M R '
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Head t '
o the Fme Arts Department
Sister M. Immacuiata, O.S.B., A.B.
Dramaiics, Freshman Sponsor
Sisier Mary Iohn,4O.S.B., A.B.
Mathematics, Commercial, Iunior Sponsor
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Sisier Gertrude Marie, OSB., A.B.
English, Sophomore Sponsor
S- M. S b - I 0-SIB Sister MGIY Pcliui, CSB.
1SEfl1mGrYeDZii?:mem First cmd Second Grades
Sister M. Mdurd, OSB. Sister M. Iosepii, O.S.B.
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Miss Maud Cullison, A.B. Mrs. Marjorie Ewing, A.B
Science I Spanish
Mrs. Mary lo Bradford, AB. Mrs. William Guillaume
Physical Education Music: Piano
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sends forth its students
from school life into 1ife's school.
Gwendolyn as president of her Iunior
and Senior class showed great possi-
bilities ot leadership. A fine scholastic
record proves she has mental power
and uses ity a tennis tournament winner
and basketball prowress mark her an
avid sportswoman. Popularity is hers
with all her friends. As a member of
Catalysts, Masquers, Chant and Glee,
Gwendolyn is active in all school activi-
Phyllis Braniff I-IV
Phyllis Branitt known as "Little Bran-
iff" is one of the smallest girls in the
class physically, but she is heard and
seen in every worthwhile project.
Phyllis has a good mind which she uses
well as her scholastic record shows. ln-
tensely interested in people and things,
she takes an active part in all school
affairs. Vice-Prefect of the Sodality, a
member of Masquers, Glee and Chant,
Phyllis is a vital part of her school. We
will remember Phyllis well groomed
and beautifully dressed, driving her red
Margaret Smith II-IV
Not only as secretary of the Senior
class, but as a friend, Margaret needs
no addition or corrections. Her schol-
astic honors are too numerous to men-
tion. She is Literary Editor of the Ariel,
a member of the Catalyst and Glee
Club. Margaret will always be remem-
bered for her willingness to chauffeur
the girls in her "B1ack Dragon" alias the
Sandra Friedman IV
Sandra is the Ariel news editor for
1948. She is a member of Catal st th
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Athletic Club, Glee Club and the treat
urer of the Senior Class. She will al-
ways be remembered for her cheerful
smile and her sunny disposition. Where-
ever the fun is, there is Sandra in the
midst of it.
Iosephine Brown I-IV "Io Io"
"Io Io," our diminutive Senior is al-
ways on hand to greet one. Brown hair
and eyes cmd an indeiinable chuckle
describe "Io Io". A lover of sports she
was an ardent member of the Athletic
Club. We will all miss "Io Io" in Choir,
Glee and every activity.
Gloria Durham I-IV '
Gloria has sung her way into our
hearts. With her sonqs and many tal-
ents in our memories, our Senior days
will never end. Gloria is president of
Masquers, a member of Sodality and
the key note of the qlee club and Chant
Choir. Affable and trieridly Gloria has
a place in all our hearts.
Iacci Casler IV
Iacci, a late comer to M. C. has never-
theless become very much an import-
ant Apart of our class. She is a member
of the G-lee Club, Catalyst and Athletic
Clubs. Iacci's laugh has provided us
with many good times, in class and out.
Unforgetable are her bubbling person-
ality and the figment of her imagination,
Gerry Lou Conrad III-IV "Connie"
Vivacious Connie, known for her
endless humor, is the Texas representa-
tive inthe Senior class. She is an essen-
tial member of the class and an active
member of Masquers and the Sodality.
As Editor of the Ariel she has been truly
successful. This can be witnessed by
our yearbook and papers.
Marie came to Monte Cassino in her
Sophomore year. Since then she has
endeared herself to all her classmates.
Ability and interest in all sports won
for her the honor ot president .of the
1948 Athletic Club. We will miss her
easy qoinq manner cmd her never tail-
IoAnn Egan I-IV "Eqie"
When Irish eyes are srnilin , sure and
that means IoAnn. As qracetully as she
combines a piroutte and bourre, IoAnn
has found perfect harmony ot work,
play, and ideals. She has lived up to
such honorsas Prefect of Sodality and
vice-president of Masquers, plus a mem-
ber ot the Chant Choir. Her ambition
is to dance around the world in her toe
shoes so, qood luck!
Mary Io Franks III-IV "Frankie"
One of the merriest girls of the Senior
class who takes part in almost every
activity is Mary Io. Easily recognizable
by her twinkling brown eyes and an-
gora sweaters, she has laughed through
many a seemingly difficult situation.
As assistant editor of the Ariel, mem-
ber of the Sodality, Masquers, and
Athletic Club, Frankie will always be
remembered for her undying enthusi-
asm and energy.
Mary Lee Iames
One of the few who have twelve
years at Monte Cassino to their credit
is Mary Lee. She has attained the posi-
tion of Secretary of the Sodality and
editor of the Sodality News for the Ariel.
Mary Lee is also an active member of
Catalysts, Athletics and Chant. Her
good nature and sweet disposition
make her a favorite of the class.
Maria Teresa Iurado
Maria Teresa Iurado joined the Senior
class this year. Maria Teresa brought
into the class the charm and color of
her Panamanian ways and has been a
link with us and our Latin American
countries. Petite and gay, she has made
many friends who will miss her when
she leaves in Iune for Panama. A de-
vout Catholic and a member of the
Sodality, Maria edities us all. We will
remember her anecdotes at her first
Zena Mae Iohnson III-IV "Boots"
Zena Mae will always be remem-
bered for her sparkling vitality, and
generosity. She is a member of the Glee
Club and Athletic Club. Tulsa claims
"Boots" but she hails from Houston. A
true daughter of the South she talks
with a Southern accent. We will remem-
ber her bangs and voice lessons.
Patricia Kelley 11-IV
Personality, plus scholastic ability,
plus talent, plus charm, equals Pat
Kelley. A studious, industrious worker,
Pat is a ioy to all her teachers and
friends. Pat Will accomplish whatever
goal she sets for herself in life. The
music of her maqic fingers will lonq
vibrate in our hearts.
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Vivian Kennedy I-IV "Bug"
Tiny, lovable Bug came to M. C. in
her freshman year. In this her last, she
has held the honor of president of the
Catalyst Club, and takes part in the
Glee Club, Chant Choir and Sodality.
Generous and understanding de-
scribe her to the fullest. When we see
the sign "Coca-Cola" we will remember
her as she was seldom seen Without
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Frances McGraw IV
A newcomer to our class this year,
Francis quickly became acquainted.
Her amiable personality and friendly
smile Won her many friends. Francis is
very enthusiastic about new fads, new
Beaux, new anything. She is a member
of the Sodality, supporting every drive
and enterprise. Her numerous alibies,
good and otherwise, will not be for-
Billie Marie McGovern
Billie Mac, dark haired and vivacious,
is one of the friendliest qirls of her
class. She is active as treasurer of the
Sodality, society editor of the Ariel and
a member of the Catalyst Club. Sweet-
ness characterizes her as to disposition
and for this quality we will remember
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This lovable senorita from Panama
has won everyone's friendship by her
unmatchable good disposition and
humor. Known for her rhythms in Latin
American song and dance, she will
lonq be remembered for her perform-
ances. She is a member of the Sodality
and is noted for her dependability.
Marianna Smith I-IV "Smitty"
Smitty came to Monte Cassino in her
Freshman year. She has made herself
invaluable as the nurse of the dormi-
tory. A hard-working, dependable sort
of person, Smitty helps everyone in
need. She is a very active member of
Masquers, holding the position of treas-
urer in her Senior year. Smitty will lonq
be remembered as one who knew what
was riqht and did it.
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Truth, the basis oi our Cathoiic
iiie, is the heart oi dur educationai
' system. in the training oi Monte
Cassino students this ptincipie
predontinates in aii branches of
ieatning. To seek God, the Etetnai
Truth, is the end toward which
the entire curricuium tends.
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Reverend lolin Sulli-
van, retreat rnaster,
made each airl re-
alize more fully the
brevity ot this lite in
Students rnalce sta-
tions of the Cross.
make up part of the
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OH LORD, I AM
Sodcdists conduct meeting with Io Ann Eqcm, prefect, presiding.
The sodality prefect, lo
Ann Egan, presides at a
bi-monthly meeting, The
sodalists give special
honor to Mary, their pa-
tron, by singing Mass on
her feasts, and by pray-
ing the rosary at the
grotto before school in
October and May.
Love thy neighbor as thyself the second great com-
mandment is also practiced by the sodalists The needy in
Tulsa the missions in Oklahoma and the afflicted in Europe
are a mayor concern to the girls who pledge themselves to
Phyllis Brcmiff, brings flowers to crown our Lady.
TRUE SCIENCE REVEALS
Catalysis observe the drillinq
of a 200 foot hole in 40 minutes
by means of a seisrnoqraphic
shot-hole driller, the latest sci-
entific equipment for drilling
Science students look t
botcmy from the practical
pride and joy!
The girls inspect the machinery demonstrated crt
the soil conservcrtion project.
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man makes himself eternal!
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The affirmative side of this debate Re l
- so ve that rieqros should
be accepted by state colleges and universities-received a ma-
jority vote from an th ' ' '
eh usiastic audience.
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ln an early season qarne Okeene bowed
ln sports, basketball holds
first place at Monte Cas-
sino. Class teams vie with
each other for top honors.
ln the l947 tournament the
junior class captured first
The varsity team is composed of the outstand-
ing players of each class. They are: Mary
Ellen White, Marie Flusche, Margaret Brown,
Iulia Wendt, Melissa Marsh, Margaret Avery,
Theresa Cannon, Mildred Flusche, Alice Ann
Hughes, Rita Grosshart, captain, Iudy Branley,
Overheard Relay-Freshmen versus
Iunior Athletes go through co-ordthcr
Dcire for fast action
Sophomores up to
but in the Freshman
Terry Ccmnon Batting
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"A lbifzg of bauly is 4 joy f0rever"xKea!s.
The beautiful is found in all creation. God, the
Author of creation, has so fashioned the world as
I to reflect His absolute beauty. The world's beauty
manifested in music, song, art, charm, grace, and
prayer is but the echo of the eternal, lasting and
EARTI-I'S HARMCDNY IS BUT
Tl-IE ECI-ICD OE TI-IE ETERNAL
HARMONY OF HEAVEN'
Outstanding in piano
and voice are senior
Kelley and Gloria
With an artist touch,
the great musicians.
Gloria Durham plays
well and sings beau-
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ln- the music department
God given talents are dee
veloped and redirected
to God. Skill, appreciation
and love oi the beautiful
take a lesson in
M. A. Long
P. I. Heim
A. A. Hughes
M. I. Franks
If Brown '
M. E. White
M. L. Iames
M. E. McEvoy
CHRIST THE KING PROVIDED A PERFECT
SETTING for the Advent Program in which aII
Benedictine schools of the diocese participated.
Christmas tableau preceding AT THE
FEET OF THE MADONNA, Ve-rsef
speaking Christmas piay, by CI'1arIotte
The charic readers in the
Lenten pageant, "From
Alleluia to Alleluia."
"My people, My people,
in what have I offended
thee? Answer me." Rita
Grosshart as Christ.
The lost sinqinq of the "AHe1uicr"'be
"And Mary, the Sorrowful Mother
we .il-orerif prince
Ivan CRita Grosshartlz Sonia, CG1oria Pundtb. Ivan, a Cossack,
dodges a blow from Sonia.
Sonia: "What were you saying, Ivan?"
Tatiana CGloria Durhaml the Russian Princess is t k t'
by Vaslav CGerr'y Lou Conrad? Cossack Leader. G en Cup We
Tatiana is susoected bv Mother Vanya tMary To Franksl, of being
,n love with Vastav, The lady-in-Waiting CPhyHis Branitfi com
"This is how the throne of Russia will look when you are Tzar!
Iesper, CA. A. Huqheslg Prince Dmitri, U. Wendtl .
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1. "YearJ paued .rince that firyt Chriftmay night,
And :till around the little town,
a glory Jeemi to lie."
2. "Emperorf rife and fall heneatt
the hlowf of ftronger, richer
Who turn God? creatnrer intz
Jlavef and fend them forth ta
draw the hlood from oat thf
heart! of other men."
3. "And louder grow! the din of hate, .
And shriller are the Jcreams of fear, '
Modern Girl, Young Mother, Martyr, Pioneer Woman, and Queen
at Our Lady'J feel, find peace and happinesy
"Bleu you, women, God will bleu you
I know tbefe thingy you tell
AT THE FEET OF THE MADONNA
b Charlotte I. Lee
4. "And deeper roar: the moan and groan of men
in deep and black defpairf'
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"Out of the Night"
"Why dor1't you ask her
what she did with her
purse!" lo Ann Egan and
Gerry Lou Conrad in
Pat McDermott, Celestine Brennan,
Gwen Brownlee, Mary lo Franks and
Iudy Branley plan their own method
of catching the campus thief.
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rehearsal for "CONSOLATlON"g the
nurses, Margaret Avery, and Patsy lo
l-leim, quiet Mrs. Andrews tDianne l-ludsonl,
while Tillie Erisby tAudra Wisdoml adds
her cries, Della, tloellen McLendonl simply
HTRYSTING PLACE," directed by student
director, lo Anne Egan, was presented by
Pat McNamar as Lancelot, Katy Mayer, as
Hubertg Barbara Limerick, "l-lerny"y Mary
Ellen White, Mrs. Curtiss, and Melissa
Marsh as Mrs. Briqqs.
Masquers initiate six new members at the formal candlelight
ceremony. After hearing the constitution read, the new members
pledge to do their best to promote good, Christian theater. Iaoci
Casler, Mary Io Franks, Zena Mae Iohnson, Teresa Mayer, Fran-
ces Lux and Iudy Smith became Masquer members 1948.
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Advanced students do a study in hi.
Carol Seidenbach is model.
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Father-Daughter Banquet on the Feast of Saint
Benedict becomes a tradition at Monte Cassino. To
honor their fathers on this feast of the Father of
Monks is a great joy for young ladies being edu-
cated the Benedictine Way. These proud Dads
escort their lovely daughters to dinner after which
the girls present a program of songs.
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Sponsored by the junior class the Annual Mardi Gras was celebrated in true carnival
style. Celestine Brennan, the junior candidate for queen, was elected over her three rivals
in a penny-a-vote contest. After the coronation ceremony, Celestine reigned over the ball with
her escort, Bob Laird. The queen's attendants were lacci Casler, senior, with escort Cowboy
Pundt, Katie Mayer, sophomore, and lack Curtin, Melissa Marsh, freshman, and Bob Brown.
Gayle Echols and Vincent Long were the crown bearers.
first Latin banqt
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Happy Romans enjoy the skits an
combats and Rotnan style show!
A slave awaits the command of Venus!
Circle eight 'till you get strctiqhtr'
"Promenade 'em two by two
"Grand right cmd left"
The modern "Madam De-
Fcxrqef' She knits but not
At this friendly "Cat S
sion" everyone seems
be in the best of spirits
This is one time that a room-
mate comes in handy. F rom the
looks of Ce1estir1e's hair, Teresa
Mayer is fortunate to have such a
.beautician for her room mate.
Audra Wisdom reads ahead a
few chapters while Mildred
Flusche catches up on her cor-
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Long, Freshman: Iudy Smith, Iuniorg Billie McGovern, Senior,
Barbara Limerick, Sophomore.
Io Ann Egon, Moy Queen, chosen by popular student vote.
The senior girls forrn her honor guard. Io Ann hos attended
Monte Cossino through junior ond senior high school.
Mr. Leo Spring
Mr. Leo Spring, Head of the
Tulsa Litho Publishing Corn-
pany, and his competent staff
are responsible for the splendid
lithographing of this yearbook.
Mr. D. LeRoy Randall
Once again LeRoy Randall,
well known photographer of the
Southwest, has taken remark-
able pictures to make the Ariel
of 1948 one of the finest in the
Editors and staff members edit the school paper,
the Ariel, quarterly and the yearbook during the school term.
Their aim is to help journalism an instrument ot qood by pre-
senting only the christian ideals in their writings.
City editor of the Tulsa World, Lorren Williams, checks copy with the
Ariel editors, Gerry Lou Conrad and Mary Io Franks.
Mary Lee Iarnes, Iosephine Brown
and Margaret Smith, of the Ariel staff
become acquainted with the lin-o-type
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The visitor of the year 1947-48 was the Apostolic
Delegate, the Most Rev. Ameleto Giovanni Cicog-
nani, who visited Monte Cassino during his trip
to Oklahoma. With the delegate are their Excel-
lencies, Bishop McGuinness and O'Brien, Mon signor
Ryan, Mother Agnes, Monsignor Fletcher and
members of the Tulsa Clergy.
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Noted artists attend
the Catholic National
Art Convention held
in Tulsa at Philbrook
and Monte Cassino.
Mother Agnes, super-
ior and art instructor,
shows Father Walch,
president elect of the
new in designing.
Tulsa, Miss Ade Beth!
une, Rhode island,
Miss lrene Wawrz-
nowski and Miss Ann
Grill, both of Chicago,
take a look, too. H
Two of the most interesting demonstrations at the art convention
were Mr. Graham Carey's, silversmith of renown, and Miss Ade
Bethune's liturgical art drawings. Miss Bethune is present editor
of the Catholic Art Quarterly.
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Tonio, the clown, Closeph O'Barrl began "Parq-
liacci" with an outstanding rendition of the
prologue. Billie Be-ldon Iudd qave a colorful
portrayal of the beautiful Nedcla. The role of
Silvio was well played by Charles Dickerson.
As Canio, lack Pope's performance merited
Lady Harriet tMarjorie Bostonl and
her faithful maid, Nancy, CBarbara
Hansardl enjoy the foibles of Sir Tris-
ton Mickleford CCharles Featherstonl
as he seeks 'io Win the favor of the
ladies in "Martha".
One of the finer assemblies of the
year was the one in which T.U. stu-
dents performed. Under the direction
of Dean Albert Lukken, members of
the "opera workshop" from the Fine
Arts School of the University of Tulsa
gave excellent presentations of ex-
cerpts from the operas "Martha" and
Dean Albert Lukken
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The second graders enjoying the sina-
ing class are: Patsy Cullen, Linda
Luckfield, Cheryl Kreiser, Paul Park,
Kay Eason, Patty Barry, Sarah lane
Baker, Patricia Loosen, Iudy Thompson
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FIRST AND SECOND GRADE CLASSES
Back Row: Terry Randall, Patricia Cullen, Norma lean Helms,
Patricia Barry, Anne Sherry, Patricia Loosen, Iirnmy Mike
Third Row: Peter Rourke, Paula Ingersoll, Sally Meyer, Vir-
ginia Heffernan, Linda Lucktield, Sara lane Baker, Iudy Thomp-
son, Paul Park.
Second Row: Bobby Seimer, Linda Bragg, Gail Echols, Kaye
Ann Dunnam, Cheryl Kreiser, Kaye Eason, Dianne Peterson,
Bettina Lou Beer, Donald Pomeroy.
First Row: Robert Keel, Marlene lo Melinder, Christine Reed,
Sharon Smith, Dianne and Patricia Mullane, Sara Ann Iohn-
son, Carol Seidenbach, Patricia Ann Wilkerson.
Absent from picture: Mary Io Wagner, Francine Ptaborn.
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This "Last Supper" scene was an Easter
project of the fourth grade. Alice Con-
stantin, Mary Geary, Pat Burson and
Nancy Thomas are DIOUCUY CliS19lC1YiI1q
Theresa McGraw adds the daily spir-
itual and corporal Works of mercy to
the Lenten chart. The entire student
body Was active in the Bishops' Relief
Fund Drive. 'Campaiqners for Christ"
was the slogan that carried rnost
classes over the top in the drive.
St. Benedict, Virginia Lonag St.
Maurus, Kathleen Hudsong and
loan Kennedy, St. Placidus, re-
turn to earth to tell the fifth and
sixth graders how the Benedic-
tine Saints can help children to-
day. Sandra Kay Harder and
Tamara Essley chat qaily With
A Reading Lesson
Back Bow: Dianne lnqram, Betty McCarthy, Bornana
Richards, Sara lane Schwina, Mary Ann Caale.
Front Bow: Connie Yunker, Iulie Franklin, Barbara
Mary Zyscowski, Lucyne Cornett, Agnes Gabert.
A group of lndian Dancers perform to honor the May Queen
Back Row: Mary lane
Barry, Vicki Woods,
Barbara Geary, Mar-
tha Neudortf, Carolyn
Third Row: Alice
Geary, Claire Sloan,
Metisa Essley, Celia
Second Row: Barbara
Lee Reynolds, Vir-
ginia Benton, Gretch-
en Purdum, Carol
lean Cullen, Mary
Lynn Watt, Dolores
First Row: Carolyn
Franks, Helen Watts,
Mary Sherry, Mary
The Eighth Grade
"the Princess and the Swineherdlu
King Cheerio CCaro1 Durhamb, real-
izing that the wishing ring is gone tries
to awaken N irnbie CDo1ores Boyingtonl.
"Wake up, Nimble! Wake up I sayl'
Vivian CMary Lynn Wattl and Els-
beth CMary Sherryl search the palace
for the King's Wishing ring While
Nirnbie CDo1ores Boyingtonl sleeps on.
Sssh . do you Want to Waken
The Princess fAvionne
Ienningsl, and three
Sherry, Sally Van Ant-
werp and Mary Lynn
Wattl enter the abhor-
red Pig-Pen to listen to the
SWineherd's lute. Nirnble,
who knows the Swineherd
is a Prince, enjoys the sit-
uation. iSwineherd, Mar-
garet Rourke, Nimble,
"Ask him what it- is he
"The Princess and the
Nimble tDolores Boying-
tonl disguised as a Doc-
tor, prepares to diagnose
the King's lCarol Durhaml
ailment. Miss Primm
CMary Lee Lamberthl, the
Princess tAvionne Ien-
ningsl, and the Nurse
CMartha Neudoril are most
concerned about the King.
"It might be . .
The Iunior Athletic Club members made remarkable progress in basketball.
The club members met once a week after school tor sports. They are enthusi-
astic and show promise ot becomina excellent sportsmen. Lett to riqht are:
Dolores Boyinqton, Barbara Reynolds, Vivian Smith, Carol Durham, Margaret
Rourke, Helen Watts, Lorene Franks, Avionne Ienninqs, Gretchen Purdum and
IUNIOR GLEE CLUB
Back Bow: Celia Rutledge, Sally Van Antwerp, Helen Watts,
Mary Lee Lambreth, Margaret Bourke, Mary Sherry.
Third Bow: Mary Lynn Watts, Claire Sloan, Martha Neudorff,
Carolyn Durham, Mary lane Barry, Avionne lennings, Virginia
Second Bow: Carol lean Cullen, Alice Geary, Gretchen Pur-
durn, Barbara Geary, Barbara Lee Reynolds.
First Row: Vivian Smith, Metisa Essley, Dolores Boyington,
Vicki Woods, Carolyn Calhoon.
Fifth cmd sixth graders play kick ball . . . Kathleen Hudson kickinq
Speedbczll - Seventh
CITIC1 eighth grades
scramble for the bull.
May day honoring Our Lady.
In this event ot the year both grades and
high school pupiis take an active part in
honoring Mary, queen of heaven. Carrying
lighted tapers and flowers
to the grotto where Mary is crownd and bene-
diction is given. On this May day prayers
were said tor the conversion of R
the students rnarch
Marlene Melinder does a pic!
iure of Tu1sa's first snow of the
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Mother Agnes and Hodqie
Shaw admire the art Work
exhibited at the art convention
held at Monte Cassino.
ELEMENTARY ART CLASSES PREPARE EXHIBIT WORK
FOR PARENT TEACHERS' COUNCIL
Circle I-Paul Park, Marlene Io Melinder, Terry Randall, Chris
Circle II-Terry Watkins, Sonja Mitchell, Paula Ingersoll
Hodqie Shaw, Gail Echols.
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