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IDuties toward our familiesi LA,L.. 8
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Students are urged to assist at Mass dally and to receive Holy Com
a real love for scholarship is
one of the ainjws of the school.
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Good, clean, wholesome recreation makes school life in-
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I Right Reverend Abbot Stephen celebrates, Mass. Mr. J. L.
Burke and son, John Burke, serve.
The school year began with Mass' of the Holy Ghost. During this mass the students offered
their books during the Offertory Procession, The foreground are seniors: Pat Fahy, Patti
Hopkins, Jane Heldmar, Barbara Geary, Tonya Trimble, Lorene Franks, and Oriettz Galvez.
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Students look forward to the Gold-
en Mass which is celebrated on
Ember Wednesday in December.
Sister Regina prepares to cut the
Missa Aurea Cake which is given
to the students.
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Juniors, Ann Wheeler, Emma Gene
McEvoy, 'Susan Johnson, Carolyn
Brown, Marie Sumonka, and
ger Diehl are active in the Y.C.Sf
Christmas campaign. They assist
ed other Y.C.S. students of the
Clty in tagging thousands ot
Christmas trees that were sold
during the Christmas seas-on.
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Climax of the Christmas program pre-
Art students Ann Cole, Patti Hopkins, Elaine
Zaba, Eugenia Arcila, Orietta Galvez, and
Marilyn Susott demonstrate their artistic
ability in making Christmas cards.
sented by the speech and dramatics
class was the Nativity scene pictured
here. Angels are: Eileen Simpson, Mary
Geary, Annette Flusche, Adrienne Ris-
eling. Shepherds: Mary Nell Ramsey,
Martha Tatum, and Eugenia Arcila.
Janet Codrey poses as St. Joseph and
Barbara Howell as the Blessed Mother.
During Bihle Week We Held il-l Preqrem
Mr, John Shaw points out features of the Gu-
tenberg Bible to Alice Geary, Mary Katherine
Srey, Romana Swan, and Eileen Simpson.
Pantomiming The "Good Samaritan" are: Carolyn Rial, Martha Ta-
tum, Marilyn Turnbow, Charlyne Beal, Julie Franklin, Eugenia
The parable of the "Prodigal Son" is enacted g
by Carolyn Rial, Marilyn Turnbow, Charlene
Beal, Lorene Franks, Marilyn Sussor, Cecilia
Williams, and .lane l-leldmar.
Al Whieh We Uiiemelize The Perehles
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Rev. A. J. Choiecki receives the freshmen girls into the Sodality of the Blessed
Virgin. Those being received are: Carolyn Brown, Ginger Diehl, Charlene Scott
Adrienne Riselin and Eileen Simpson In the background are' Lorene Franks
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who assists Father with the medals and Kay Dell Lanpher and Carolyn New-
house who are waiting to be received.
On the feast of the Purification, February 2, candles are blessed and
a procession is held.
nd Have A Prucegsion
We Bet Siliriiuel Cheek
A two-day retreat, a gigantic spiritual and moral force in the
lives of the Monte Cassino students, is held annually at the
beginning of the second semester. Retreat time gives the
students an opportunity to "check up" on their past lives and
to gain new graces and energy to live and work for Christ.
This year the retreat was given by Reverend Wilfrid Tunink,
OSB, Prior of Pius X Monastery, Labadie, Mo.
Above: Father visits with Tonya Trimble and .lane l-leldmar.
Below: l-le has an informal discussion with a group of students.
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Catholic Press Month and Book Week were brought to
the students' attention by an attractive display of good
Martha Tatum, Pat Carlson, and Julie Franklin eagamine
new Catholic books that have been added to the librarv
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At weekly meetings, Y.C.S. leaders study "Student Vo-
cation" the year's theme, as it specifically applies to l 5
problems of cheating, copying, and not doing in-
dependent school work. Students taking part in the
discussion are: Lynette Murdock, Carolyn Newhouse,
Susan Johnson, Bonnie Ray Elsey, Tonya Trimble, Lorene
Franks, Barbara Geary, Alice Geary, Gerry Mulrenin,
Marie Sumonka, Kay Kinslow, Ginger Diehl, Carolyn
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Pope Pius XII, the Vicar of Christ and the visible head of the Church, repre
sents the highest spiritual authority on earth.
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Sister M. Ignatia, OSB. Business
Manager at Monte Cassino, check
over her accounts.
Pictured above are: Sister Mary
Edward, O.S.B,, superior and prin-
cipal of Monte Cassino Schoolg
Right Reverend Abbot Stephen
Schappler, OSB. of Conception
Abbey, Mo., and Mr. J. L. Burke.
Sis-ter M. Louise, OSB., Latin and com
mercial, Sister Mary Alice, O.S.B., Eng
lish and Modern Languages, Sister MQ
Suzanne, OSB., science and mathemat
ics, plan the calendar for the semester
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librarian, displays some of her new
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Mr. Kenneth Fox, senior glee club di-
rector, examines some new music with
Mrs. J. Hassler, assistant music teacher,
and Sister Mary Regina, OSB., head of
the music department at Monte Cassino.
Sister Mary Gertrude,
OSB., Sister M. Eliza-
beth, O.S.B., first and
second grades, and Sis-
ter Mildred, O. S. B.,
kindergarten, plan a
new unit in art.
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Mary Jo Bradford, athletic director, left
and Mrs. Robert Boice Carson, right
Three continents meet as Claire Sloan,
from the good old USA., Mrs. Ernest
Frisco, speech and dramatics teacher
'trom England, and Eugenia Arcila, a
student from Venezuela discuss the cus-
toms and habits of their native lands.
if Understanding Ennnsnllnrs
Sister M. Vincent, OSB. explains some
interesting things in geography to Dor-
othy Ann Kibler and Mary Zeier. Sister
Vincent teaches the fifth and sixth
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Sister Mary Louis, OSB., third and
fourth grades, and Sister Ann Maureen,
OSB., seventh and eighth grades, pre-
pare to take a stroll on the campus.
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Sister M. l-lilda, OSB., Sister M. Bernice,
OSB., and Sister M. Petrohilla, OSB. keep
the students healthy and happy with their
Sister M. Joseph, OSB. does a time job ot
chautteuring for the kindergarten. She also
teaches sewing in the high school.
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MAR LYN TURN BOW
ANN SCOTT MARY ANN WOODBURN
The 'Turluriasl Ul
After initiation day the freshmen put away
the "things of a child" and begin to grow up.
After suffering torture from the hands of the
merciless sophomores the poor freshies were
formally admitted into the high school.
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Solving equations help to develop men-.
tal alertness in the freshmen. Worlcing
at the blackboard are.: Mary Ann Wood-
burn, Dolores McNair, Eldy Galvez,
Leona Warren, Marian Patrick, Patty
Lyon, and Sandra Shimkus.
A group of the algebra class measure
the shadow of the flag pole. Eileen
Simpson on her knees assists Charlene
Scott who holds the ruler, Lynn New-
house records the findings. In the
background Kay Dell Lanpher, Ann
Scott and Jan Esterline, compare their fin
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Latin Upens Up A New Field Ui Learning
Latin is very much alive to this group of scholars, Enjoying the story
of "Apollo and Daphne" are: Mar A W i db M ' '
y nn oo urn, ariatn Patrick,
Patty Lyon, Kay Lanpher, Charlene Scott and Sandra Shimkus.
Freshmen Lynette Murdock, Mary Agnes Boudreau
ling, and Mary Geary are interested in becoming
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The Sophomore Year
MARY ANN BARTHOLOMEW IRMA JEAN BROSSFIELD
PATRICIA BURKE BARBARA BEAL
BONNIE RAY ELSEY
MARY KATHERINE GREY
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ELAINE ZABA SHEILA LILES
Patricia Burke, Nancy Van Norman, and Bonnie Ray Elsey puzzle
over a problem in
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practiced by the sophomore class in
the Christian Social Living course.
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an hour of music appreclatlo
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A GENE MCEVQY CARQLYN STRICKLAND
Uesimus of Heachinq our Final Goal
MARIE SUMONKA MARILYN SUSOTT
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The study of religion takes the
form of Church History in the
junior year. The students found
the study of l 3th Century art rnost
interesting. Kay Kinslow explains
a painting to Marie Sumonka, Pat
Carlson, and Eugenia Arcila.
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We Find Greet Pleasure In T ping
Time and event march on, and Monte Cassino
students keep abreast of them. However, we
also refer to the diary of the past to profit
commercial department do not merely learn the routine func
tions of business techniques but they acqulire efficiency, speed, and accuracy
as well. A group of the first year typing class try for their 50-word Competent
by the lessons it holds. This unfolds stories
that have made nations great and men heroes.
First year students consider the realm of
modern history with its many complex prob-
lems. Second-year students view the ancient
world while the juniors delve into the glorious
history of our own great nation.
Arid merieeri Histor
We Learn in Sneak French
The French class visit the home of Mrs. Marie Gicquel Abbott
who was formerly a French and dancing teacher at Monte Cas-
sino. Seated are: Mrs. Abbott, Eugenia Arcila, Carolyn Strick-
land, Susan Johnson, Alice Geary, Marilyn Susott Barbara
Geary. Standing: Charlyne Beal, Claire Sloan, Ann'Wheeler
Orietta Galvez. I
From all appearances chemistry must be a very interesting su
ject Sister Suzanne tells her class about the periodic chart.
NIR ,planing . 1 K
nd Beennie Seienlisle, Ten.
Lorene Franks' cheerful and friendly person-
ality was added to M.C.'s Class '53 in the fifth
grade and for eight years since she has been
a leader in class and school activities. An
honor student and YCS leader she has been
active in sports throughout highschool. She
was class president in her freshman and junior
years and Kommando Klub Queen of '5l.
Lorene has the "pep and go" to score even
greater achievements and will doubtless suc-
ceed in whatever she does. She is the daughter
of Conrad A. Franks.
This brown eyed, dark haired miss came
to Monte Cassino from Central. She has
proved herself to be an excellent student
as well as a fine addition to the basket-
ball team. Janet's laughing eyes betray
a merry heart hidden behind a rather
serious mien. Participating in sports,
dramatics and all school functions,
Janet has won her place in Monte Cas-
sino's hall of fame. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Codrey.
Pat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Fahy,
Hartshorne, Okla., has been the soft-spoken
and perpetually cheerful secretary of the
senior class. During the two years she has
attended Monte Cassino, Pat has displayed
great ability as a basketball player. In her
junior year she reigned as a winsome and gra-
cious queen ofthe Mardi Gras. This Irish lass,
with her ready smile and sparkling brown eyes,
promises to spread sunshine wherever she
OR I ETTA GALVEZ
Orietta is a "gift" from Guatemala
City. Her personality radiates to
everyone. ln her junior year she
was Mardi Gras attendant, and this
year she took part in the senior
play. She is enrolled in the Sodal-
ity and is an Oblate of St. Benedict.
Although French runs a close sec-
ond, art is her strong point. She
enjoys dancing and sewing, and
likes to type. She plans to attend
college where she will concentrate
on the study of languages and art,
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Galvez M.
We Sei The Example
For The Undercl
Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Geary,
has attended Monte Cassino from the first
grade, and has maintained a high scholastic
standing from the first to the twelfth grade.
Alice's seemingly casual manner and ability
never to worry are the envy of all her friends.
ln her senior year, as well as her freshman,
Alice was voted Mardi Gras attendant. She
had the responsibility of class treasurer dur-
ing her senior year. She displays great ability
in the fields of sports, music, dramatics,and
French. Her way of accomplishing the most
difficult tasks leisurely is one of her outstand-
Barbara Geary has attended Monte Cassino
for twelve years except for five months in
the third grade and in all these years she has
kept those around her filled with joy by her
delightful smile and sense of humor. Barbara
is active in sports, her favorites being basket-
ball, tennis and softball. She participated in
three Cascia plays and had the leading role
in the Monte Cassino senior play. Barbara
also reigned as the Mardi Gras Queen of '53.
She is one of Monte Cassino's most talented
pianists as well as a scholar, attaining at one
time the highest average in the high school.
Her favorite subjects are Latin and French
which subjects she plans to continue study-
ing in college.
Daily We Look Furwar
Jane is a happy individual with a sparkling per-
sonality. She is known in the halls of Monte
as the girl with the ready smile. Jane came to
our school in the eighth grade and has been
a credit to the school all of her five years.
Bubbling with enthusiasm, she has taken an
interested part in all school activities. ln her
sophomore year she was attendant to the
Mardi Gras Queen. Jane is- the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Heldmar.
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Barbara Howell, daughter of Mrs.
Mary Howell has been a boarder
at Monte Cassino for the past
three years. She is noted for her
gay personality and her "Spanish."
Barbara as vice-president is a very
active member of the '53 senior
class, she is also secretary of the
Kommando Klub. Music,dancing,
tennis, and Spanish are Barbara's
most interesting activities. Bar-
bara will probably be seen in the
music department of Mount St.
Scholastica, Atchison, Kansas,
Claire, daughter of Mrs. Dallas Sloan,
has attended Monte Cassino since the
seventh grade. Her sincerity, depend-
ability, and subtle sense of humor are
only a few of the qualities which have
made her a vital part of her class and her
school. Versatile Claire has earned the
admiration of many for her abilities as
a basketball player, pianist, and seam-
stress, as well as for the high schplastic
average she has maintained. ln her
senior year, Claire was crowned Kom-
mando Klub Queen, and undoubtedly
she will receive in the coming years,
many more honors.
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Patty, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hopkins
came to Monte Cassino her sophomore year and
immediately became a friend to everyone. She is
known for her sense of humor and her inability to
conceal the truth. She takes an active part in all
activities and is an honor student. Her pranks have
cost her much at times, but they have also provided
entertainment and few "dull moments" for the res-
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Cecilia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. V.
Williams, has attended Monte Cassino
since her sophomore year. Her radiant
smile and sweet personality soon en-
abled her to acquire many friends.
Throughout her three years here she
has been a popular and outstanding
figure, active in all school affairs, espe-
cially in the Kommando Klub for which
she served as vice-president her senior
year. Cecilia will long be remembered
and missed at Monte Cassino.
Tonyadaughterof Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Trimble,
has graced the halls of Monte Cassino with
her presence three and a half years. Her win-
ning way plus her determination and the abil-
ity to lead have made Tonya an outstanding
student and a very capable senior president.
Tonya is a good student and is very talented
in arts and crafts. Tonya plans to seek higher
education after graduation from Monte Cas-
sh and Clothing
The beauty, grace, charm, and literary heritage of our mother tongue, English,
are unfolded with clarity and ease under the adept guidance ot Sister Mary
Edward. The senior English class are highly'amused as they study Chaucer's
"A stitch in
under the gu
ment. Starting with basic instruction in this worthwhile art, they progress to
time saves nine" is the motto of students of the clothing depart-
ng, designing, and the making ot wearing apparel. The senior girls
idance of Sister M, Joseph have acquired skill in the art ot sewing.
llhemislr , Journalism,
Four top notch chemists bend glass in the lab, Pictured above are
Cecilia Williams, Claire Sloan, Lorene Franks, and Tonya Trimble.
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The "Ariel" staff works hard to meet each deadline.
Examining a result ot their hard labor arei Ann Wheeler,
Alice Geary, Jane Heldmar, Carolyn Brown, Lorene
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lSUH1DlElE Uui? Studies
Artists Elaine Zaba, Julie Franklin, Patti
Hopkins, Orietta Galvez, Ann Cole, and
Eugenia Arcila who is supporting the
flag pole, draw various views ot the
building as a lesson in perspective.
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fd A visit to "Little Mexico" adds interest to t
3 study ot Spanish. Those who enjoyed a de
' Iighttul meal of Mexican food are: Standin
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fjiiiqzflal Sumonka, Romana Swan, Emma Gene Mc
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The senior cagers dropped the basketball championship to their fel- '
low classmen, the juniors, The senior basketball team is composed
of the following girls, Backi Lorene Franks, Cecilia Williams, Ori-
etta Galvez, Patty Fahy. Front: Patty l-lopkins, Janet Codrey, Alice
Geary, Barbara Geary and Barbara Howell.
Athletic club officers and sponsor, Mrs. Mary Jo Bradford
hold a council meeting. Back row: Lorene Franks, Pat Carl
son, Kay Kinslow, Lynn Newhouse, Barbara Geary. Front: Mrs
Mary Jo Bradford, Lynette Murdock, Eugenia Arcila.
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"l.e'f's keep the ball going," shout the juniors as they bat
the ball from side to side. Volley ball, a good indoor sport,
keeps the athletes busy on bad days.
The junior class is noted for its tennis fans.
Those who engaged in the fall tennis tourna-
ment were: Emma Gene McEvoy, Pat Carlson
Eugenia Arcila, Kay Kinslow, Ann Cole, Gin-
ger Diehl, Susan Johnson, and Marie Sumonka.
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Donna Jo and Mona Rae "Bitsy"
Gamble are daughters of Mrs. Don J.
Gamble. Donna Jo, a student in the
fifth grade, is even now a talented
little pianist. Bitsy entertains with her
The Mullanes, Dianne, Patricia, and
Loretta are all aspiring to become real
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Develo 5 Uur Taste
lor Finer Things
The Geary girls, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Geary, i
are outstanding musicians at Monte. The three girls ap-
peared in a private recital in May. Standing are: Alice
and Mary. Barbara is seated at the piano.
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Marie Surnonka, one of Monte Cassino's outstanding pianists, prac-
tices with Bonnie Ray Elsey and Kay Kinslow, both vocalists.
Wanda Adelblue and Ruth Ann Wendel ap-
pear in a private recital.
Private pupils in the high school are,
Front: Patty Bluejacket, Eugenia Arcila,
Kay Kinslow, Patricia Burson, Patricia
Burke. Middle row: Carolyn Strickland,
Mary Ann Bartholomew, Carolyn New-
house, Mary Geary, Leona Warren,
Claire Sloan. Back: Adrienne Riseling,
Eileen Simpson, Marie Surnonka, Bon-
nie Ray Elsie, Gerry Mulrenin, Alice
Geary, Ginger Diehl, and Barbara Geary.
Music In Youth Time
Youth, bubbling with gaiety ever have a melody in their hearts and
a song on their lips. Thus it is that our glee club sing their way into
the hearts of everyone at Monte. The highlights ot the year tor
these girls is the Christmas musical, Spring Festival and the various
mod Musui In AH Its Forms
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Students eagerly look forward to the Christmas I
banquet held annually in the residence hall. Views ,f
of the dinner show: Top: Sister Mary Edward and
a group of seniorsg middle: freshmen tableg bot-
tom: Reverend A. J. LaFleur, OSA., Sister M.
Suzanne, OSB. and a group of juniors.
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The Kornrnando Klub, the student social organization
and pep club of both Monte Cassino and Cascia l-lall, pro-
vides wholesonne recreation for the students ot both
schools by sponsoring a series ot weekly mixers. The out-
standing social event is the Kommando Klub ball which
takes place-at theend of the football season. During this
event the Kommando Queen is crowned and thernost val-
uable player receives an award.
Q Claire Sloan, Kommando Klub Queen, poses
Students and their escorts enjoy Tubby Young's orcl1eSTr8.
Jack VVitucki presents a corsage to Mrs. E. O
Johnson for her services to the Kornmando
Klub while Mike Wright and Lorene Franks
Sparkling night of ecstasy when Queen Barbara and her court reigned over the
Mardi Gras'BaIl. What a wonderful time everyone had-happy couples gliding
to the strains of the Will Rogcis Swing Band. Queen Barbara attendants were: I
Kay Dell Lanpher, Alice Geary, Emma Gene McEvoy, Barbara Beal and Ann
Before Lent We Held Uur erdi lfires
Amid the enthusiastic applause of the audience King Ray Miller crowned
Barbara Geary, senior candidate, Queen at the l953 Mardi Gras Ball ,M
Emma Gene McEvoy, junior candidate, and her escort Jim Doyle stand
beside the queen, Alice Geary and her escort, Jack Kehoe, Ann Wheeler
and David Barry. Rose Mary Caruthers-, flower girl, and Ricky Mahan,
crown bearer, complete the royal court.
The senior class with the assistance ot the
Cascia boys scored another success when
they presented "Father Was a Housewife" on
Barbara Geary as Doctor Butler interview her patients,
Orietta Galvez, Patti Hopkins and Alice Geary.
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Above: Barbara Howell, Barbara Geary and
Lorene Franks watch with disgust Tom New-
house and Phil Lauinger as they put on one
of their clever skits.
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Page 70 THE GROTTO OF OUR LADY.
School Life Really BEEIIHS
When we are five years old, Mother
kisses us good-bye and sends us off to
MONTE CASSINO KINDERGARTEN N
Here little Mary Miller gets ready to hurry
Off to begin her day in the Monte Cassino
re We Learn
Barbara Bryson and Gary Betzner work on a mural depi
the Guardian Angel watching over little children.
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Zn arker, Suzanilg
Thompson is teaching the little kindergarten students how
nt. First row: Patti Walker, Bruce Wiley, Barbara Davis
Whitback, Jim Constantine. Second -Row: Jody Tl?fgi,ril!laX
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Ann Burnett, Steve Bolinger, Bill Pohl, Jennifer
Wishing Sister Mary Edward a happy feast day are: Bobby G
rone, Stephen Bourchott, Sally Morgan, Kenneth Ross, Caren
rill, Stetton Bollone, Donald Leachmon, Sister Mary Edward,
Mary Caruthers, Mike Hackett, Linda Easley, Martha Peet C
Martin, Ricky Slaymaker. I
These little kindergarten students enjoy a lesson in coloring. Sit-
ting: Carye Cobb, Dickie Sherry, Rebecca Mullane, Bill Ferguson,
Margaret Barry, Frank Sheridan, Connie Broods, Stephen Gould.
Standing: Mike McNulty and Cathy Davis.
Sister Mil-dred helps Johnnie McPartland and Dewey ,
Bartlett with a mural depicting th eadventures ot Little
Black Sambo "
We Move lp TUT'l1i11 Priliiwallr 'Grades
Sister Mary Gertrude has a lesson in "Reading Readiness"
with the little first grade students. Sitting: Diana Pitts,
Mary l.ou Quinn, Mike Dixon, Sister Mary Gertrude,
Paula Eremewicz, Darleen Moore.
Standing: Dick McCann, Jed Ullman, Warren Williams
Niente Ingersoll, Pat Malloy.
Other busy first grade students are: First row: Marie Riley, Perry
Pascucci, Vickie Boyd. Second row: Steve Athens, Christine Kreder,
Bart Gould. Third row: Cynthia Ross, Sammy Fitzgerald, Linda
Laster. Standing: 'Susan Smith.
Tiny tots learning a lesson in c A
Around the table are: Terry BEUY, Claudla
Kafeg Mary Ann Sontag, Lewis Penrrault,
Teresa Pacek, Duane Rosa, Trudy ZWlCl4.
Standing: Kathryn Barnes, Sheila Ann Wish-
erd, Betty Jean Chastain, Mary Catherine
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n takes Sister Ellzabfoililts llejrning ell ablglul Ggllen Alclleson
Mike lrgfiirglasecond grade. 535585, Marian Pednck, 3 Y
Cl'll.Snfl Bob Benson, Bet Y jghnson.
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The second graders have found the
study of the farm a very interesting
unit. They show what they have learned
by putting their ideas into a mural.
Young artists are front: Jim Carley,
Marilyn Whited, Nancy Ann Simpson,
Alan Ross and Mariella Haas. Second
row: Tommy Wilson, Teresa Sherry,
Jan Murta, Nancy Ann Fleming and
Lett to Right Roy Mack Franks Gary Prawitz
Jamey Drummond Connie Burke Judy Reames
Marshall Myers Terry Seymour Abbie Jo Shay
Each Year Finds 5
Reverend A. J. Chojecki demonstrates
how to administer the sacrament of
Baptism to a group ot third and fourth .
grade children. Standing in the semi-
circle are: Clay Jones, Frank Keating, J
Joyce Kay Bell, Rita Marie Whitehead, i
Stephanie Ullman, Judith Wilkinson,
Jane Sherry. Mother Kay Baker holds l
the baby while the sponsors Michael
Mayer and Loretta Mullane pronounce
the baptismal vows.
lntently reading the Junior Catholic Messenger are: Front rowi Cherie Jo
Perrault, Martha Melinder, Michelle Seymour, Rita Marie Moore. Second rowi
Kay Frawley, Heather McNulty, Marsha Meyers, Daniel Keating. Third row:
Linda Mandel, Kenneth Manion, Mary Ann Lee. Standing are: Lana Vowell
Anna Lee Ahrens. '
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A ou of tourth grade girls display their artistic talent in developing
a rosary project during the month ot October. Suzanne Cunningham
and Lynn Murta, back, stand ready to mount the' vvork while Virginia
Strobel, Susan Baden, Barbara Sue McMilIlin, Olivia Ann Tlgompson,
Connie Daniels, l-lope l-larder, and Sheila Wilkinson cut out an prepare
A group of fifth grade students take an imaginary trip
through the United States with their geographyhbooks.
Front: Deanne Kibbler, Second row: Katherine Williams
Barbara Jo Martin, Linda McPhearsont Third row: Mary
Zeier, Kathy Anderson, Jeannie Melinder, Terry Mcl-len-
ry, Standing: Theresa Vreeland, Carol Ellen Penny,
Donna Jo Gamble, Gail Ullman.
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Students of the fifth and sixth grades learn how to finger
:M paint. Front row: Sharon King, Diane Siegfried, Judy Liv-
ingston, Janice Johnson. Second row: Sally Myers, Linda
Bragg, Marlene Melinder, Gail Echols, Diane Mullane, Jean-
nie Baker. Third row: Kay Eason, Patricia Mullane, Gloria
Valdez, Sharon Smith. Back row: Paula Ingersoll, Barbara
Peel, Mary Bruce Miller, Sandra Burns.
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When We Hnacli Jnninii High
Standing are: Barbara Jones
Rose Mary Wood, Martha
Sellmeyer, Barbara Crew
Wanda Adelblue, and Kitty
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f th d ei hth grade students examine the copy o 1
QSJOEEVZ iiilegomgletedgin the religion class. The subject of the mural 'S
All Saints Day is celebrated with a party to which only "saints" are invited
E Have Saints Part
Ruth Ann Wendel gives an oral report to the students in the junior high
American History class. Students are: Elizabeth Callahan, Alice Bradshaw,
Patsy Barry, Margaret Smith, Beverly Snedden, Lynn Harding, Betty Korponic,
Judy Wright, Dian Stratton, and Gloria Swartz.
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they carry on a political campaign before going to the , , E
"polls," Results of the voting showed that the "Ike-rs"
were in the majority. Campaigners arei Ruth Ann
Wendell, Sally Simpson, Barbara Boudreau, Pat Flanagan, dy.,
Agnes Manion, Nancy Newhouse, Hodgie Shaw, Mary
Helen Frederick, and Ann Kilbourn, I
nd UU Little Campaigning
Geography is much more interesting when studied from the
new atlas agree this group ot seventh and eighth graders.
First row: Mary Helen Frederick, Nonie Grifting, Sheila Mil-
ler, Marie Manion. Second row: Nancy Newhouse, Susie Mc-
Worlqman, Pat Flanagan, Sally Simpson. Third row- Doris
Hutchings, Ann Sherry. l
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There is nothing so exciting and thrilling for the grade school students as the annual
father-daughter box supper. This year two classrooms were equipped with new desks as
result ofthe box supper. Kitty McDonald and Ruth Ann Wendel prepare to share then
box with Doctor McDonald, Mr. McHenry, auctioneer, and his daughter Terry display an
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Grade school students with their pretects, Sister
Vincent and Sister Mildred find great delight in the
annual Christmas banquet held for the boarders.
Following the banquet a Christmas party is held in the recreation room. Every-
one is eagerly waiting to see what Santa has left her,
The nnual Uperella
"Sleeping Beauty" or the "Sleep of a Hundred
Years" was presented by the grade school on
March l8, l9, 20. The production was under
the direction ot Mrs. Robert Boyce Carson
who was assisted by Mrs. Mary Jo Bradford
and Mrs. Frances l-lassler. The leading char
acters were: King, Agnes Manion, Queen
Ruth Ann Wendell, Prince, Wanda Adelblue
Princess, Margaret Smith, Evil Fairy, Gloria
Valdes, Good Fairy, Mary Bruce Miller, Pages
Jeannie Melinder and Sarah Ann Johnson
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Good fairies b their gifts to the new little prin
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One of the first duties of Christian parents is to teach their chil-
dren to put FIRST things first and to foster within them a real love
for prayer and spiritual things. No better way can be found to accom-
plish this than "Family Prayerf' Certainly families who pray together
will stay together. Evening prayer at the Millers find, George, Mrs.
Miller, Sheila, Mary, Mr. Miller, Johnny, and Ray reciting the rosary.
Both Sheila and Mary are students at Monte Cassino.
Family meals foster a true family spirit, The virtues of
cooperation, kindness, thoughtfulness, and unselfishness
can be taught and developed during meal time, The eve-
ning dinner should be a time of real enjoyment and
relaxation where each member of the family contributes
to the conversation, Here we find the,Gearys beginning
dinner. Alice and Barbara see to the needs of the others.
Seated are Dickie, John, Mrs. Geary, Mr. Geary, Mary,
and Edward Jr. The girls are Monte Cassino girls. All
the boys have attended Monte Cassino in their first or
second year of school,
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Solving family problems together is a very excellent way
of teaching children the proper values in life. Mature
cooperation and fulfillment of the family vocation im-
plies dependence on God, dependence on one another,
and an understanding of family sacrifice. The family
should be made a little church where supernatural life
is fostered and nourished by the cooperation of all to
further the life of grace in all. Mrs. Newhouse, Carolyn,
d and character is
ecreation than in
a iiii um ally vinci iiciu. IIUIC a uiiiu is IdUQl'1f The necessity
of unselfishness, of controlling his temper and his tongue, of
fair-play, and Christ-like charity. In addition to "re-creating"
themselves, children can be taught to appreciate good music,
reading, art, and other "finer things of life" during the fam-
ily "play time." The Johnsons give us a fine example of family
recreation. Karen, Sarah Ann, Jocelyn, Doctor, Dale, and Mrs.
Johnson have fun making their own music.
in rearing children
Tom, Nancy and Mr. Newhouse have a round-table dis-
cussion on a few "teen-age" problems.
Life In The Residence Hall
"Great care snould be taken of the sick"
Saint Benedict in his Holy Rule. Sister Vin-
cent carries out the injunctions of our
foufldef by 'faking excellent care of her
patients, Beverly Snedden and Alice
Evening recreation is fun in the residence hall. Playing cards,
watching television, reading, and playing various games are some
of the ways the students spend the recreation period before eve-
ning study hall.
Sister Vincent and Jeannie Baker get Heather McNulty
ready for school. Several fifth and sixth grade girls take
a last look at their English before scurrying off to the
All ready tor bed the tiny tots of Mary Haven
line up tor inspection, Eager to be off to the
land of dreams are: Carey Cobb, Niente ln-
gersoll, Kay Baker, Linda Mandel, Martha
Melinder, Betty Ownby.
Finds slslvinq SURE Big Happ Pamll
Sister Mildred instructs Martha Melinder, Linda Mandel
and Niente Ingersoll bow to make a bed properly.
Above Annette Flusche and Kay Dell Lanpher
. serve Pat Burson, Ginger Diehl, Pat Fahy and
53 Eugenia Arcila.
Leona Warren, Patty Bluejacket, Patti
Hopkins, Marilyn Watson, Mary Ann
Bartholomew and Nancy Rodgers try
some new records while waiting for the
study hall bell to summon them over
to the school building.
Working, Pla ing,
Cooking in the new kitchenette in
the students' lounge is tun especi-
ally when the "menu" is fudge.
Candy makers are: Eldy Galvez,
Orietta Galvez, Barbara Howell,
Eugenia Arcila, Ginger Diehl, and
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Marie Sumonka, Alice Bradshaw, and Niente Ingersoll pray the
rosary before Our Lady's altar.
FUUH 1949 GRADUATES
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During the past year tour graduates of class '49 chose the marri
state as their lite's vocation. Bride of last Jurie was Elizabeth Bo
dreau who became Mrs .John Mayo Mclieown.
Last August wedding bells rang for Miss Barbara Moran who is now
Mrs. Thomas Gilmer.
EHUUSE HPAMILY LIFE"
M Margie Sherry became Mrs, Robert A. McNearr1ey In Novem
AS THEIR VU EATIUN
r' 1x by
The most recent bride was Miss Pat
I ricia McDermott who married
Lveufenahf Raymond Charles King.
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Students who were absent when the class pictures were n HSCO
taken or who enrolled at the beginning ot the second
First row: Sheila Ann King, Sidney Lee Johnson, Terri
Henderson Shelley Smith Patricia Frank
Second row: Jimmy Tom White, Barbara McMahon,
Mary Ann Ruysser, Mary Jo Gould, Joan Kreiger, Ken-
at -' ' llil ird rOw3 Paula Zuick, Deanie Ruth Thompson, Sarah
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time, with no cover charge . . . yet atmosphere
and service of the finest.
"For Service CaII"
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823 ww Fifth Phone 2-2184
ROWAN 81 PETIY, FINE FOODS
Staple and Fancy Groceries
We Cut Prime Beef Only
Approved Charge Accounts
383 1829 East ZI st
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Models? Susan and Judy Wright,
Congratulations to Miss Cecilia Wil-
liams, and to all the young Ladies in
Monte Cassino's l953 graduating class!
To you and all Monte Cassino students,
VANDEVERS extends a cordial invita-
tion to shop in the Junior Deb Shop,
3rd Floor, Main Street Store. The
Junior Deb Shop would be happy for
you to come in and discuss with them
the clothes you want for their one
desire is to supply young Tulsans with
sparkling teen fashion from the casual
to the very formal.
Model: Cecilia Williams
'l'UlSA'S QUALITY DEPARTMENT SHIRE
'V FOURTH llAIl0llAl BANK
. 5 Compliments of
roulm-I fr souuaen H. V. JOHNSON
Where You Can Bank From Your Automobile Everything in choice
A Member F.DIC Beef, Pork, Veal and Lamb
l 36th Street North -700 Block East
Jil-2 Path: .Slwp.
UTICA SQUARE I TULSA
Open every Thursday until 9 p. m.
to the Senior Class
C. L. Mc Mahon, Inc.
ELDER PAINT GIVES THE STUDENTS' ROOMS AT
MONTE CASSINO A CLEAN, BRIGHT, ATTRACTIVE LOOK
ELDER PAINT AND WAll PAPER 00.
202 E. I3th Phone 5-7296
NSURANCE IS A
ECESSI'1'Y F OR THOSE WHO WANT TO
AVE MONEY THROUGH
NEXPECTED LOSSES OF PROPERTY.
EPLACING LOSSES CAUSED BY FIRE OR THEFI'
LWAYS PLACES A
EEDLESS DRAIN ON CASH RESOURCES.
ALL US FOR A DISCUSSION OF YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS
NIOYTI-IE SA'I'ISF ACTION OF COMPLETE COVERAGE.
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OKlAHOMA'S LARGEST AND MOST MODERN IOWUNG CENTER
30l'h YEUV serving 1974 uncA soumze ruLsA 5, oxLAHoMA
I VISIT THE Glllll ROOM, FINE FOODS, C0lD IEE!
Chevro ei owners
G. H. GALBREATH CO. gy-Micah'
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REAL ESTATE LOANS 1650 E st
REAL ESTATE SALES EXCLUSIVE APPAREL - FURS - GIFTS
I008 Hunl' Bldg. 3-5817
fam bnznfd of
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C UTICA SHOPPING CENTER
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When its your turn to shop for, to cook,
or to pay for the things you eat you'lI
begin to think about quality, variety and
prices. When that time comes please
remember Sipes. We pride ourselves on
having the widest variety ofthe very best
foods at prices which are competitive with
other Tulsa super-markets.
ln the mean time, bring in your parents
They'll like our stores, tool
T I338 E. 15TH
541 N. DENVER
103 S. LEWIS
2700 S. HARVARD
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81 TRANSPORT CO.
The Monte Cassino faculty and studen.s wish
to thank Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Randall, Mrs.
W. Reed, Mrs. A. F. Boudreau, Jr., Mrs. Don
J. Gamble, Mrs. H. O. Harder, Mrs. Hazel
e Ahrens, the advertisers, patrons and all those
who have helped to make this year book
Meek's Shoe Service
F. C. Connelly 5' Co.
Home Federal Savings
Linsky Fur Shop
Mid-States Refining Co.
Tayloe Paper Co.
Walk-Over Shoe Shop
L. J. Ault
Blue Bonnet Bakery
C. Moore 6' Adelman
Hyland Clothing Co.
Downs School Supply
Oklahoma Janitor Supply
Edmonds Insurance Co.
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