Mother of Mercy High School - Mercywood Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)
- Class of 1956
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ALL CATHOLIC . . . 1950 - 55
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FATHER THOMAS CUNNELL
Much activity fills the 27 years Father Connell has
spent at Mercy. Trying to help us with our spiritual
life, Father has offered many a Mass for our intentions.
Having a special interest in Mercy affairs he has fired
many hearts for the missions - applauding loudly at
all our achievements, encouraging us to go still higher.
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FATHER FRANCIS LEHNER, O.P.
FATHER JAMES DRISCOLL, O.P.
0 Uur Spiritual Counselors
Father Francis Lehner who was formerly a teacher at St. Mary
College, South Bend, Indiana, came to Mercy this year to act
as religion instructor for the members of the senior class.
Father James Driscoll, junior religion teacher, studied at
the Pontifical Institute in Washington D. C., before coming
to Mother of Mercy high school to assume his new duties.
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Dedicated to De velopin outhful inds
SISTER MARY CELINE, R.S.M.
SISTER MARY EMILY, R.S.M.
SISTER MARY ADELE, R.S.M.
Book Club Moderator
SISTER MARY ALEXIS, R.S.M.
Senior Home Room
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typing
SISTER MARY ALOYSE, R.S.M.
Head of Music Department
SISTER MARY AMADEUS, R.S.M.
Junior Home Room
Triple A.C. Moderator
SISTER MARY CARLOS, R.S.M.
English, Dramatic Art
Masque Kc Gavel
SISTER MARY CELESTINE, R.S.M.
Senior Home Room
Latin Club Moderator
SISTER MARY DeSALES, R.S.M.
SISTER MARY EUPHRASIA, R.S.M.
Accounting I en
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SIS IO! . AROLD, R.S.M.
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SISTER MARY IGNACE, R.S.M.
Freshman Home Room
SISTER MARY JEANNE d' ARC, R.S.M.
Senior Home Room
Mathematics, Social Studies
SISTER MARY JOHANNA, R.S.M.
Sophomore Home Room
SISTER MARY JOSEPH, R.S.M.
Sophomore Home Room
Nat. Math. Hon. Society Moderator
SISTER MARY MAURA, R.S.M.
Freshman Home Room
Theta Art Society Moderator
SISTER MARY PERPETUA, R.S.M.
Senior Home Room
English, Social Studies
Mother McAuley Lay Apostolate Moderator
SISTER MARY PROTASE, R.S.M.
Freshman Home Room
Mother McAuley Lay Apostolate Moderator
SISTER MARY REGINALD, R.S.M.
Junior Home Room
Social Studies, Typing
SISTER MARY SERAPHIA, R.S.M.
Freshman Home Room
MISS DULAH PULSKAMP-
specializes in dramatic art - enjoys creating
characters - loves to study people - attended
Schuster-Martin - received degree from
School of Speech.
MRS. FRIEDA CAMP-
teaches sewing - loves contact with all children
- enjoys all kinds of music and the art and
science, home economics - received a B.S. in
Home Ec. - claims University of Cincinnati
as Alma Mater.
MISS SOPHIE STAVROFF-
has a junior homeroom - teaches typing and
shorthand - interested in symphonies -
enjoys trying her skill at tennis - University
of Cin. is her Alma Mater.
MISS HARRIET SMITH-
loves to dance - finds excitement in boating
- loves to teach the current tango steps - is
very fond of dogs - studied physical edu-
cation at the U. C.
MISS MARIE MARTINO-
teaches "With a Song in Her Heart" and a
book in her hand -has a sophomore home
room - has classes in French, Spanish and
English - comes from Marian College.
MISS ELEANOR BARRETT-
has a senior homeroom - teaches English
and world history - is very fond of a cer-
tain dog - raises roses - likes all good
jewelry - an Edgecliff graduate.
Xincerely Interested in Todi-1y's .Ytudents
MISS CAROL VON HOLLE-
has a sophomore room - is a
whiz with a needle - finds
joy in reading - received an
A.B. from Villa Madonna.
MISS ESTHER SCHWACH-
has junior room - teaches
American history-is the debat-
ing club moderator - graduate
of Mt. St. Joseph.
graduate of U.C. - was with
Kroger food bureau - teaches
cooking - prepares foods for
MRS. JOYCE McCOSHAM-
has classes in physical ed.
moderates GAA - dotes on
baseball and basketball - fond
of a little package. I
MISS ANN WENKE-
has homemaking classes-assists
with Red Cross work - enjoys
"S's" - sewing, skating and
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It's question box time again! R. Macke and A. Tepe deposit
their papers as Father Lehner prepares to answer each one.
"I am the Way, the Truth
and the Life." What better
explains the virtue leading
us to our eternal goal. Relig-
ion unifies our whole educa-
tion. What good are We with
only our minds developed?
Are not our souls more
important? Religion sets the
pace at Mercy. lt is taken
into the diiierent classes as
each individual strives to
make religion evident in
every phase of life.
Spiritual Values Come First
Mixed expressions greet
the expounding of Church
history by Father James
Driscoll, QP. Listeners
are S. Erhart, J. Huber,
A. Flack and S. Kincaid.
4'Was he a miser?" Yes! No?
This was the controversial
topic among the sophomores
this year as they met with
4'Silas Marnerf, Sentence
constructions and dangling
participles were introduced
but the familiar reply,
"please to meet you" was
banished. Why? Just ask
any sophomore student.
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ill . as it
Silas Marner lives again, as M. Moorman and B. Booth depict a scene
from this classic. The audience consists of C. Bacher, C. Bauer.
M. A. Ciresi, J. Cunningham. J. Dreier, J. Dyer, M. K. Fisher.
Dramatization Makes C assics Live
Trying their skill at pulling strings are, standing left to right. M. Catanzaro,
N. Pies. R. Koppmeier. M. Kues. S. Gooding. and kneeling, Judy Schlottman.
Blend a cup of Jim
Hawkins, 2 teaspoons
of Admiral Benbow Inn,
a dash of John Silver
for flavor and there you
have "Treasure Island."
Exciting were blood-
thirsty pirates, but it
took more freshie spunk
to face nouns, pronouns
f-was :ae me tc
Hoping to "discover" America are B. Benson. D. Karaus, and
M. Asbrock as they have fun exploring the "big ole" globe.
Dates, dates and more dates-
Having a rough time with your
school subjects? - History to
the rescue - not just the study
of past events and dates, but
a story of the lives, thoughts,
and actions of people from the
beginning of manis existence.
Memorize those dates, find out
about the days of Renaissance,
understand better the names of
people and the places you hear
of-try this date, Miss Mercy!
"Disco ver" America
Getting the business-like shake lrom D. Dolbey
are R. Trepohl, M. A. Sliers and G. Rennekamp.
"Man the fort," says D. Greishop as she Pioneering Indian territory are C. Huerdemann, L. Hagen,
Mputties around" with a history project. M. Block. C. Firstos and C. Dochterman with their projects.
WIHIS . .
A brush! Paints! An easel!
And God is again reflected in
the work of the true artistg
whether she is modeling clay,
or simply portrait painting,
designing posters for a school
activity, Miss Mercy Artist
uses her God-given talents for
His honor and glory. Fresh-
man, sophomore, junior or sen-
ior, all are given an opportunity
to let flow from their paint
brush, their artistic ability.
fleas in Paint
Completing the job are K. Birch, N. Trefzger and S, Scbaible.
A touch of the magic paint brush and
M. Hirchberg turns out a masterpiece
"Looking at herself." C.
Brankamp receives a few
pointers on the beauty
of art, while P. Thompson
exhibits to the aspiring
artist a finished product.
A slip of the knife could be dangerous as E. Ludwig and C.
Bodden proceed with caution into the mysteries of the frog.
You add CO' to H10 and then -
well, you get the point, this is
chemistry. Those who delight in
putting various little molecules
together and getting a result
taudible or otherwise? prove to
be apt students in this subject.
Enjoy disecting animals? Well,
the field for you is biology -
the study of living things.
You'll never fully appreciate
nature, unless you study about
its various functions.
" ugsf Beakers, Bunsen Burners
Or are you interested in
all the sciences? Mercy
offers general science and
senior science. Take your
pick, or better still why
not take them alll And,
who knows, Miss Mercy
might turn out to be
another Louis Pasteur.
Looking at the meniscus are chemists, C. Mellott and E. Fieler while
they move to the windows "to get some light on the subject."
Just a little patience and you
are on the way-unfortunately,
not always to a correct answer.
Freshies add and subtract, multi-
ply and divide as they struggle
through basic math. Eager Sopho-
mores venture forth from algebra
into geometry. Somebody dares
the Juniors to come up another
step and so we have the intellect-
uals meeting the challenges of
algebra II. But who stops here,
let's go on and take a look at
what's ahead. Ee--gad--Trig!
Division and percentage problems prove conquerable to
N. Shaver and P. Suesser, in basic mathematics class.
Smiles spell triumph while M. Grater and D, Neiheisel
prove to be real connoisseurs oi' algebraic problems.
Solving for X and Y are
Marlene Kessler and Lil-
lian Merrill. while Rose
Ann Spaith does a piece
of written work.
Mission bells chime again as Spanish students M. Nieman, J. Schoening,
C. Steinmetz and B. Folz add lhe final touch to their class project.
Rome! Paris! Mexico! Latin!
French! Spanish! Which do
you prefer? Would you rather
say "Ita, oui oui or si si?"
The choice is up to you. Try
to picture yourself speaking
the language of the ancient
Romans or maybe traveling to
Paris fmake believe of coursel
and being able to speak that
fascinating French, or perhaps
Spanish, if the land of the
haciendas is your delight.
M. Block, M. Kreirner and A. Berger
standing. "storm the Bastille" as C'
Peterman and M. Meyer observe
Preparing to serve the
Uarbitrer bibendi" are M.
Casey, M. Doll and P.
Hizer who don Roman
garb for the occasion.
Typewriter. shorthand notebook,
and a good head firmly placed
on your shoulders - you're all
set to make your debut in the
business world. Dressed in a
trim suit with pad and pencil
in hand you take your first
step into the boss's office, bring-
ing with you knowledge and
"know how" you acquired at
Mercy in your office practice,
shorthand and typing classes.
Never fear, Miss Mercy, you,re
sure to make the grade!
Miss Mercy's in Business
Our girl Friday, Carol Blessing, knows that neatness, ability to
work, efficiency and skill make for an executive secretary.
"Rushl this copyf' Carol Kracke
tells Marcia Hagen. who finds the
electric mimeograph machine fast
C. Schwietering and C.
Willenbrink find that
the easiest way to "add
'em up' is by machine.
but if looks as if J.
Coors prefers to reach
her answers mentally.
Finding themselves in a lot of "dough" are J. Cunningham, P. Sperher
and M. J. Lustenherger. exhibiting some of their culinary skills.
"Love and Marriage" is that
your heart's desire? You know
the saying "the way to a mants
heart is through his stomach."
Those fragrant odors you smell
are coming from the cooking
room. The girls are preparing
dainty, delicious delicacies to
tempt anyone's appetite.
Mmmmm , . . Delicious U!
Smiles convey hungry
appetites as the open
oven expells the savor
of hot tasty cookies.
the result of N. Stewart
and L. Meyer's efforts.
"Lovely to look at" and here
at Mercy the sewing classes
learn how to look "Lovely,"
Busy as bees with their thread,
thimbles and needles, they
assemble a striking creation.
Homemaking and home nursing
are also aids which will be
useful in your future life.
Practice Mak es Perfec
Junior contractors, looking over their model home are B. Wade, C.
Ruff, J. Norton. and J. Vlfilkymacky display their home ec. project.
M, A. Siebenburgen gets comments from
"critics" J. Schrenker and M. Wirtz.
"Bathing a baby takes a
lot of skill." says Mrs.
Gray to home-makers. C.
Menkhaus and B. Kohl
as they go about their
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The MERCY WAY prepares each one of us
for her place in social living, making
known to us our duties and obligations, not
only to our fellowmen and to ourselves, but above
all to God, our Creator and Redeemer.
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The Graduates of 1956
A scared Freshie - an eager Sophomore - a polished
Junior, and we have our finished product - the Senior
of '56. It's such a tiny word but in reality a book
that tells the story of four years of study and activity.
And so, once again our Seniors are walking through
Mercy's portals - this time in the opposite direction.
And as they open the door thoughts return to all the
wonderful years Mercy has given. The book closes
with hesitation as the story of Seniors as the class
of '56 ends -- only to open again unfolding for them
an entirely new and diilerent life.
Senior B Homeroom President
Senior A Homeroom President
Senior E Homeroom President
Senior C Homeroom President
Senior D Homeroom President
6114 Sunridge Drive St. Vivian
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4.
3970 Washington Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2.
4020 Jessup Road St. James
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 McAuley Club 1, 3, 4, G.A.A. 23
Glee Club 4, Bowling Team 1.
MARY JO BINDER
1916 Sterling Avenue St. Margaret Mary
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Book Club Sec'y. 43 Spanish Club
2, 33 Triple A.C. 4, Science Club 43 Glee Club 1, 25
Class V. Pres. 2, 3, 4.
5520 Bridgetown Road St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art Club 43 Triple A.C. 23
Class Treas. 3.
MARY LOUISE BIRKENHEUER
3029 South Hegry Circle Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art Club 4, G.A.A. 1, 2,
Triple A.C. 2.
SENIOR! 0 195'
2275 Schoedinger Avenue St. Bonaventure
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2.
7410 Hickman Street
St. Xavier Commercial 1, 2, CSMC 4, McAuley
Club 4: Red Cross Rep. 4.
4650 Race Road
CSMC I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2: Red Cross Rep. 4,
Glee Club 1, Class Treas. 1, Sec'y. 2, 3.
3543 Epworth Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Math Club Pres. 43 Masque and
Gavel 3, 43 Science Club 43 Future Nurses Club 43
NCTC 3, 4, Class Sec'y. 1, Treas. 3, 4.
St. Aloysius Gonzaga
ROSE MARIE BEHRENS
3743 St. Martin Place St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 43 Debating 1, 2, 3
Treas. 3 Sec'y. 4, Triple A.C. 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4g
Future Nurses V. Pres. 4.
ANN MARIE BERGER
945 Martini Road St. Aloysius
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Debating 2, 3, V. Pres. 45 J. A.
3, 4, Triple A.C. 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3: French Club
Treas. 4g Science Club 3.
MARY LOU BLACK
5631 Colerain Avenue Little Flower
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4.
2846 Shaffer Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Masque and Gavel 49 McAuley
Club 1, 2, Red Cross Rep. 2, Bowling Team 2g Class
Treas. 43 NCTC 4.
1639 Philomena Avenue St. Boniface
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Team 2, Class Sec'y. 4.
4115 West Court St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4, Bowling Team 23
griple A.C. 4, Science Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, Class
3560 Blue Rock Road St. James
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 McAuley Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 3, 4.
3633 Eyrich Road St. Aloysius Gonzaga
Regina High School 15 CSMC 2, 3, 43 Latin Cluh
Sec'y. 33 Science Club Sec'y. 4.
MARY CAROL BROSS
2704 Anderson Ferry Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 4, Spanish Club 2g
G.A.A. 13 Glee Club 2, 3, 4.
JUDITH ANN BUCHER
3087 Neisel Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, Treas. 3, Glee
Club 3, 4.
2232 Van Blaricum Our Lady of Visitation
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3, Pres. 43 Triple A.C.
2, Glee Club 2, 3, Class Pres. 33 J.A. 3.
3320 Van Zandt Drive St. Ignatius
St. Mary High School lg CSMC 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4.
3705 Francis Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4, McAuley Club 43
Science Club 4, Glee Club 2g Bowling 2.
7037 Hamilton Avenue St. Margaret Mary
School of the Brown County Ursulines 1, 23 CSMC
Class rings, the long-awaited privilege, are given to J.
Wilmer, C. Willenbrink, P. Thompson, B. Thompson by
Fr. Connell aided by M. McWilliams and M. Dieckman.
3967 Janet Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 43 J.A. 3, 4.
JO ANN COORS
2234 Schoedinger Avenue St. Bonaventure
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 3, 4 1 Class Treas. 4.
3815 Nolan Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Bowling 2.
4333 St. Martin Place St, Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Book Club 4g Spanish Club 43
Triple A.C. 4, Glee Club 3.
3440 Camellia Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 1: Glee Club 1, 33 Bowling
CORA LEE DeCHANT
5705 Cheviot Road St. James
CSMC 1, 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 41 Class Sec'y. 4.
CAROL LYNNE CASSINI
3372 Hanna Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Gleanings 3, Co-Editor 43 GAA 1, 23
Future Nurses Club Pres. 4, Class Pres. 1.
1825 DeArmond Avenue St. Margaret Mary
CSMC 1, 2. 3, 43 Annual Staff 4: Book Club 4.
CLASS UF 1956 '
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Miss CSMC by G. Rennekamp, M. J. Schare, D. Kurtz,
S. Cox. M. C. Pohlman. M. E. Heitfeld and D. Kinross.
MARY MARGARET DIECKMANN
5248 Ponce Lane St. Antoninus
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Theta Art Club 4g McAuley Club 4g
Book Club 43 Bowling 4g J.A. 33 Red Cross Rep. 4:
Triple A.C. 2g Glee Club 1. 33 Class V. Pres. 1.
7620 Joseph Street Assumption
CSMC 1, 2. 3, 43 Spanish Club Pres. 4: G.A.A. 1.
1653 Westmoreland Avenue Sl. Bonilarc
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 3.
JO ANN DOYLE
3513 E. Darwin Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross Rep. 3g Glee Club 3, 4.
DONNA SUE DRESSMAN
8708 Balboa Drive St. Vivian
Saint Henry High School 1, 2g CSMC 3. 4.
DONNA MARIE DUTRO
6340 Aspen Way St. .Margaret Mary
CSMC 1, 2, 3. 4g Masque and Gavel 3, 41 N.C.T.C.
3. 45 McAuley Club 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 4g Class Pres.
2, V. Pres. 3: School Pres. 4.
CLAXX OF IQ56 0
3209 Boudinot Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1. 2, 3. 4: Spanish Club 3. 4: Glee Club 3.
3284 Broadwell Avenue St. Zllartin
Notre Dame Academy 1. 2, 3: CSMC 4.
BARBARA LEE FLICK
7077 Harrison Avenue St. Bernard
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 4.
3264 Lakeview Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Glee Club 1, 3.
6400 Edwood Avenue St. Clare
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art Club 4, McAuley Club 4,
Spanish Club 4, G.A.A. 1, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Class
V. Pres. 2, Sec'y 1.
2755 Powell Drive St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 1, 2, 3, V. Pres. 4,
Class Treas. 2, V. Pres. 3, 4.
2466 Ferguson Road
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Spanish Club
2, 3, Glee Club 1.
1619 Hopple Street
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 2, Class Treas. 1.
Our Lady of Lourdes
2141 Sylved Lane St. Antoninus
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4, McAuley Club 4,
gleznings 3, 4, Book Club 4, Bowling Team 3, Glee
u 1, 3.
2958 Dunaway Avenue St. Catherine
SSIIYIC 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Glee Club 1, Class
. res. 1.
2481 Ferguson Road Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Book Club 4,
Cec'y 3, Bowling 4.
5597 Vogel Road Little Flower
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Latin Club 3,
Triple A.C. 3, Science Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4,
Future Nnrses Club 4, Bowling Club 3, 4, J.A. 3, 4.
4117 Runnymede Avenue St. Boniface
CSMC 1, auditor 2, Sec'y 3, V. Pres. 4, McAuley
Club 4, G.A.A. 1, Glee Club 3, 4, Class Sec'y 2.
6619 Bridgetown Road Our Lady of Visitation
Taylor High School 1, 2, 3, CSMC 4, Red Cross
Rep. 4, Glee Club 4.
5429 Sidney Road St. Antoninus
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Gleanings 3, Debating Club 3, Red
Cross Rep. 3, Glee Club 2, Class V. Pres. 4.
3840 Lovell Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Red Cross Rep. 1, Glee
Club 1, 2, 4.
3680 Frondorf Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, Class V. Pres. 2.
MARY ELLEN HEITFELD
1854 Knox Street St. Bonaventure
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1.
2000 Sundale Avenue St. Margaret Mary
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, Glee Club 1.
3448 Alta Vista Avenue St. Martin
CSILIC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Team 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Glee
Clu 1, 4.
3419 Ferncroft Drive St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3. 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, N.C.T.C.
3, 4, Bowling Team 2, Red Cross Rep. 3, Glee Club 2,
Science Club 4, Class V. Pres. 4.
3617 Jessup Road St. James
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art Club 4, McAuley Club
1, 2, 3,, Bowling Team 1, 2, 3.
1809 Pulte Avenue St. Leo
Immaculate Conception Academy 1, 2, CSMC 3, 4,
Math Club V. Pres. 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Triple
A.C. 4, Science Club 4.
2535 Hansford Place St. Bonaventure
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Team 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2,
Future Nurses Club 4, Class Treas. 1.
3832 Lovell Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art Club 4.
J UANITA HOOD
2831 Rosebud Drive Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Treas. 4, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3,, V. Pres. 4, Red Cross Rep. 4.
Part two of a perfect mission day is enjoyed by Jane
Umberg, Juanita Hood, Kay Birck as they have lunch.
5300 Sidney Road St, Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Masque and Gavel 3, 43 N.C.T.C.
3, 45 Glee Club 4.
CAROL ANN JUNG
2634 North Bend Road Little Flower
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 McAuley Club 3, 42 Spanish Club
2, 35 Bowling 2g Glee Club 3.
6754 Cheviot Road St. James
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Masque and Gavel 3, 4: Glee Club
15 Future Nurses 4g N.C.T.C. 4.
3836 Boomer Road St. Ignatius
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Math Club 4g Bowling 2.
1979 Horton Street St. Bonaventure
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1.
CAROLE ANN KLIMPER
3330 Augusta Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 4g Bowling 2, 3, 4.
3281 Kleeman Road St. Ignatius
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Theta Art Club 4.
2215 Quebec Road St. Bonaventure
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4: McAuley Club 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2,
Treas. 35 Pres. 4.
CLASS 0F 1956 0
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It's a "hard day" for freshies J. Felix, K. Honnert.
Seniors M. Shannon and C. Spade "give them the works."
3151 Werk Road Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3. 4, McAuley Club 33 Glee Club 43 Bowl-
ing Team 3, 4, Science Club 4.
1793 Linneman Road Si. Anloninus
Summit Country Day 1g CSMC 2, 3, 41 Bowling
1657 Westwood Avenue St. Bonaventure
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARY JANE KOENINGER
1574 Spring Lawn St. Boniface
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4: McAuley Club 43 Glee Club 1, 33
Class Se-c'y 23 Class Treas. 1.
1634 Birchwood Avenue St. Clare
CSMC 1. 2, 3, 4, Theta Art Club Pres. 4g Annual
Staff 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 4.
5881 Cheviot Road St. James
CSMC 1. 2, 3 ,4g Masque and Gavel 3. 4g McAuley
Club 1, 2, V. Pres. 3, 4g Annual Staff 3, 4, Science
Club 31 Future Nurses Club 4g N.C.T.C. 3, 41 Class
Pres. 1, 3, 43 Class Sec'y 2.
CLAXX OF 1956 0
6830 Grace Avenue St. Margar'et Mu1'5f
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2.
6845 Cheviot Road St. James
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4: McAuley Club 1, 2, Treas. 3, Pres.
45 Glee Club 3, 4, Class Pres. 4.
2645 Montana Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Theta Art Club 43 French Club 4.
3427 Mayfair Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2. 3, 43 McAuley Club 43 Glee Club 43 Class
BARBARA ANNE KUNZ
5548 Raceview Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4.
3965 Ruth Lane St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 23 Glee Club 3, 4.
7537 View Place Drive St. Vivian
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 McAuley Club 43 Gleanings 3, 43
Book Club 43 Red Cross Rep. 23 J.A. 33 Class Treas.
3721 Boomer Road St. Ignatius
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Masque and Gavel 3, 43 G.A.A. 13
N.C.T.C. 3, 43
BARBARA ANN LIETZ
3306 Stanhope Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2.
1839 Goodman Avenue St. Margaret Mary
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Book Club 4.
MARY LOUISE LINK
2095 Harkness Street St. Leo
CSMC 1. 2, 3, 43 McAuley Club 43 Glee Club 1, 3, 43
Bowling Team 3, 4.
4758 Loretta Avenue St. Teresa
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Theta Art Club 43 Masque and
Gavel 3, 43 McAuley Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Book Club 43
J.A. 33 Red Cross Rep. 1, 2, 33 Triple AC. 2:
4455 Hornelawn Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Class V. Pres. 2.
3506 St. Martin Place St. lllartin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4: McAuley Club 33 G.A.A. 43 Red
Cross Rep. 33 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4.
6640 Bridgetown Road Our Lady of the Visitation
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Math Club Sec 43 Masque and
Gavel 3, Corres. Sec'y 43 Book Club 43 Latin Club
3, 43 J.A. 33 G.A.A. 23 Triple A.C. 2, 43 Science Club
Pres. 43 N.C.T.C. 3, 4.
5864 Bridgetown Road St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3.
CAROLYN ROSE MANZ
3306 Wardall Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Book Club Pres. 43 Red Cross Rep.
3, V. Pres. 4.
4322 Virginia Avenue St. Boniface
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 McAuley Club 1, 33 G.A.A. 13 Glee
Club 2, 33 Bowling Team 1, 2.
MARY JANE MEISTER
3434 Darwin Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Theta Art Club 43 Spanish Club 43
Class Sec'y 2.
MAJ ORIELAINE MENKE
3637 Mozart Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Masque and Gavel 3, Pres. 43
McAuley Club 43 Annual Staff 43 Spanish Club 43
G.A.A. 43 Triple A.C. 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 N.C.T.C.
3, 43 Bowling Team 23 Class V. Pres. 3.
4141 Georgia Avenue St. Boniface
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 McAuley Club 13 G.A.A. lg Glee
Club 1, 23 Bowling Team 1, 2.
2460 Dunaway Court St. Teresa
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 4.
MARILYN JANE MEYERS
5518 Karen Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Triple A.C. 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43
French Club 4g Science Club 4.
3990 Reemelin Road St. Ignatius
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Treas. 33 Bowling Team 4.
7351 Roettele Place Assumption
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Math Club 43 Masque and Gavel
3, 4g McAuley Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Gleanings 3, 43 Book
Club 4g N.C.T.C. 3, 43 J. A. 3.
MARY JANE MINNICH
2021 Miles Road
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Book Club 4.
Behind every play there is a stage crew, never seen
or heard, but vitally important, Carol Bachman and
Rosalie Buechlcr play their roles as stage managers.
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1613 Otte Avenue St. Boniface
CSMC 1, 2. 3, 43 Spanish Club 23 Glee Club 43 Bowl-
ing Team 4.
3084 Neisel Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes
Sacred Heart Academy 2: CSMC 1, 3, 43 Debating
Club 1. 3, 43 Red Cross Rep. 13 French Club Pres. 43
Future Nurses 4.
7615 Joseph Street Assumption
CSMC 1. 2, 3, 4.
MARY JO MCMANUS
2642 Harrison Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 N.C.T.C. 43 Masque and Gavel 3, 43
Bowling Team 3.
1135 Overlook Avenue St. Teresa
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Math Club Treas, 43 McAuley Club
3. Sec'y 43 Gleanings 3, 43 Triple A.C. 2, 33 Science
Club 33 Class Sec'y 4.
MARY ANN NEMANN
5516 Surrey Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Bowling Team 23
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Club V. Pres. 43 Class
Treas. 13 Pres.23 Sec'y 3, 4.
1906 Knox Street St. Bonaventure
CSMC 1, 2, 3. 4,
MARY AGNES MOTT
4931 Delhi Pike St. Dominic
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Pres. 43 Latin Club Treas. 3, V. Pres.
43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 43 Class Pres. 2.
CLASS OF IQ56
Enacting a scene from the class play are H. Hoesl,
D. Kohl, M. Menke, J. Himmelman and D. Dutro.
4046 Boomer Road St. Ignatius
CSMS 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Red Cross Rep. 4,
Bowling Team 2.
HELEN MARIE NOSTHEIDE
3152 Evergreen Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Book Club 4, Bowling Team 4.
5604 Colerain Avenue Little Flower
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Red Cross Rep.
3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Bowling Team 1, 2, 3, 4.
2822 Montana Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Team 1, 2, Class Treas. 2.
MARY JO OWENS
5642 Foley Road Our Lady of Victory
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art 4, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Masque
and Gavel 3, Rec. Sec'y. 4.
1926 Sundale Avenue St. Margaret Mary
g?lXgIC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 4, Future Nurses
CLASS UF 1956
4025 St. Martin Place St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Book Club 4, Triple A.C. 4, Glee
Club 3, 4, Science Club 4, French Club 4, Class
Treas. 2, 4.
28 Chalmers Lane Our Lady of the Rosary
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARY CAROL POHLMAN
4116 Janward Drive St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1.
6058 Colerain Avenue Little Flower
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 4.
MARY JANE RAMSTETTER
3409 Alta Vista Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4.
2804 Shaffer Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2.
LOIS ANN REBOLD
4052 McFarran Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, Red Cross Rep.
2, Triple A.C. 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Science Club 4,
Future Nurses 4.
6435 Harrison Avenue St. Bernard
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Bowling
Team 3, 4.
2342 Iroll Avenue St. Leo
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g McAuley Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2,
3, 43 Bowling Team 3, 4.
2765 Banning Road St. Ann
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4.
5441 Phillorett Drive St. Ignatius
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 49 Glee Club 2, 33 Bowling Team 2.
2867 Fischer Place St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Bowling Team 2.
2867 Fischer Place St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 41 Spanish Club 2, Sec'y 3, Bowling
Team 2, Glee Club 2, Class Treas. 4.
2831 Harrison Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 13 Red Cross Rep. 4.
MARY JO SACK
4445 Carnation Avenue St. William
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 2, Sec'y 3, Pres.4g
French Club 4.
6820 Tarawa Drive St. Margaret Mary
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2.
5470 Boomer Road St. Ignatius
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Theta Art Club 4, Bowling Team
2654 Fenton Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Book Club 4g Red Cross Rep. 4,
Glee Club 1, 2, 4g Bowling Team 4.
2197 Shasta Place St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 41 Bowling Team 2,
Latin Club 3, 43 Science Club 43 Class Pres. 4.
MARY JANE SCHARE
5586 North Glen Road San Antonio
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 43 Future Nurses
1683 Glen Parker St. Boniface
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 McAuley Club 1, 2, 4, G.A.A. 13
Glee Club 4, Bowling Team 11 Class Sec'y. 1.
2943 Feltz Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 41 Spanish Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 3, 45 Red
Cross Rep. 2, 35 Glee Club 3, 4.
1617 Robinson Circle St. Boniface
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3g Glee Club 3.
2011 Westwood Northern Blvd.
Our Lady of Presentation,
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross Rep. 23 Glee Club 1, 3, 4.
590 Neeb Road Our Lady of Victory
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Theta Art Club 43 Spanish Club
2508 Dunaway Circle Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Masque and Gavel 3, Treas. 43
Spanish Club 2, 33 Glee Club 13 N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Class
A beaming smile reflects the excitement of J. Bott,
polio victim, as she receives her class ring. B.
Folz. C. Steinmetz, C. Jung, H. Hoesl share her joy.
0 X ENI 0 R X
3603 Everett Avenue St. Illartin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 4.
1015 North Bend Road St. Vivian
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2.
3115 Pershing Court Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Theta Art Club Corres. Sec'y 43
McAuley Club 43 Annual Staff 43 G.A.A. 3, 43 Red
Cross Rep. 33 Bowling Team 33 Class Vice Pres. 1, 4.
MARY MARTHA STEIGERWALD
309 George Street
St. Mary of Immaculate Conception
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 McAuley Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3.
PATRICIA ANN STEIN
6939 La Boiteaux Avenue St. Margaret Mary
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Future Nurses Club 4.
CLAIRE ANN STEINMETZ
4827 Blue Rock Road St. James
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 McAuley Club 43 Spanish Club 43
G.A.A. 13 Red Cross Rep. 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 4.
3411 Ferncroft Drive St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 43 Glee Club 4.
MARY LOUISE SHROYER
9094 Round Top Road St. James
Fatima Hall, Dayton 13 CSMC 2, 3, 43 McAuley
Club 43 Annual Staff 3, Editor 43 Book Club 43 Red
Cross Rep. 23 Class Pres. 3.
CLASS OF 1956
E. Huy and Brother Streb relate helpful business hints
to M. Bross and M. C, Pohlman, as M. J. Matacia, Fresh-
man business woman, adds help from her recent experience.
4027 Herron Avenue Sl. Boniface
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 41 Theta Are Club 4g McAuley Club 43
Glee Club 1, 33 Science Club 4.
NANCY LYNNE STELTENPOHL
3826 Virginia Court St. Aloysius Gonzaga
Immaculate Conception Academy 13 CSMC 3. 43
Eebating 43 Latin Club 35 Triple A.C. 3, 4: Science
lub 3, 4.
3489 Boomer Road
CSMC l, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 4.
3744 Blue Rock Road
CSMC I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4.
MARY ANN STIERS
3819 St. Martin Place
CSMC I, 2, 3. 4, McAuley Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Annual
Staff 41 Book Club 43 Future Nurses Club 4: Triple
A.C. 45 Science Club 4.
3604 Allview Circle Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4: Theta Art Club 4: Glee Club I. 4.
CLASS OF IQ56
3305 Wardall Avenue SI. Bonaventure
CSMC I, 2. 3, 4g Book Club 43 Class Pres. 2.
3334 Wunder Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2 43 Glee Club 3.
ALICE ANN TEPE
3399 Mayfield Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Bowling 2.
2250 Hess Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 15 Bowling 3.
3652 Puhlman Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art Club 4.
CHARLEN E THUENEMAN
3135 McHenry Avenue St. Leo
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4.
4341 Race Road St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art Club 4, Red Cross Rep.
2, Glee Club 15 Class Sec'y. 1, V. Pres. 2.
3823 Applegate Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 4.
4056 Homelawn Avenue
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 13 Class Pres. 4.
3091 Neisel Avenue
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Theta Art Club 43 Triple A.C. 2.
St. Aloysius Gonzaga
Our Lady of Lourdes
3631 Paramount Ridge Road St. James
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 4.
2811 Rosebud Drive Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 N.C.T.C. 4, Masque and Gavel 3,
V. Pres. 43 McAuley Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gleanings 3, 41
Annual Staff 4g Debating 33 G.A.A. Sec'y 1, 2, 3, 43
Triple A.C. 2, Glee Club 23 Class Sec'y. 3.
2171 Harrison Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4.
7025 Noble Avenue St. Margaret Mary
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 43 Annual Staff 3,
Editor 4, J.A. 3g Class Sec'y 3.
JOAN VON RISSEN
R. R. 2 Box 20 Bridgetown Road St. Joseph
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 McAuley Club 3, 4.
2590 Seegar Avenue St. Leo
CS4MC 1, 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Rep. 45 Orchestra 1, 2,
ELIZABETH JULIANA WASMER
6950 Lois Drive St. Margaret Mary
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, V. Pres. 35 Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
CAROL ANN WASSLER
2610 Pancoast Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Book Club 45 Class Treas. 3.
ROSE MARIE WERLE
5825 Bridgetown Road St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Book Club 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 35
Triple A. C. 45 Glee Club 45 Science Club 4.
JUDITH ANN WESSELMAN
5673 Karen Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Gleanings 3, Editor 45 Debating
Club 1, 2, Sec'y. 3, Pres. 45 Red Cross Rep. 25 Triple
A.C. 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3, 4.
CAROL WILLENBRIN K
3070 Glenmore Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
JO ANN WILMER
3844 Glenmore Avenue St. Martin
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Glee Club 1, 4.
2917 Ratterman Avenue St. Catharine
CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Rep. 25 Bowling 2, 3.
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JO ANN LORENE REARDON
Mother of Mercy High School
CSMCQ Glee Clubg
McAuley Clubg Triple A.C.g
ANN MARILYN BUNIFF
V Incarnate Word Academy
CSMCQ Glee Clubg
FERN FRANCES FEDLER
Academy of Our Lady of Mercy
CSMCQ Glee Clubg
Dramaticsg Student Councilor
MARY ELLEN DANAHER
Mother of Mercy Academy
CSMCg Glee Clubg
McAuley Club: Hobby Clubg
a ve Fun
"Snow" matter how deep the
snow C. Bachman wades the
drifts rather than spoil a per-
fect attendance record for her
high school years.
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Mary Agnes Mott just loves wash-
ing her hands when she is provided
with a fingerbowl at the Latin Ban-
quet and is attended hy slaves D,
Ruehrwein and M. O'Connor. E.
Schapker delights in the ahlution.
C. Klimper entertains with tall
tales about her bowling abilities. E.
Langenbrunner, L. Gohs. J. Godar
seem dubious while a little junior
turns her attention to her shoes.
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Presenting a few hints on successful Show business are Junior class presi-
dents K. Mettman, M. J. Mauntel. J. Ju:-ngling, M. Frey, and R. M. Boite
The Juniors - C ass 0 '
One for the moneyg two for the
showg three to get ready - and
that is what many busy juniors
were doing this year, getting
ready for the prom and variety
show, getting measured for
their rings and preparing them-
selves to take the places of out-
going seniors - A year envied
by the sophomores and never
forgotten by the juniors.
"Campaigning gets rough" as K. Byrne. K. Hoar hang out
the posters. C. Fox. publicity agent for t"e Jamaica
Jump, sketches K. Hoax: candidate for Miss Januica.
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Row 1: F. Albers, C. Andres,
K. Baum. M. Bellrnan, P.
Bertke. M. Block.
Row 2: R. M. Bolte, C. Braun,
L. Brinkman. L. Brockhaus,
L. Bruns. S. Buechel.
Row 3: S. Buechler. M. But-
telwerth. K. Byrne. H. Cas-
sidy. P. Daly, P. Delaney.
Row4: J. Diesman. T. Di
Pilla, C. Dochterman, J. Doer-
ger. R. Dumford, D. Dutro.
Row 5: C. Eisele, D. Elbert,
M. Elder, S. Erhart, J. Fay,
Row 6: A. Fieler, C. Firstos,
A. Flach. C. Flaig. D. Folt'
Aer. P. Fnlz.
Keeping in step are P. Delaney, M. Buttelwerth, D. Lewis, C. Menkhaus, C. Andres, R. Lingers
P. Spencer, P. Schettler, J. Doerger and M.
in their contribution to the variety show
Row 1: C. Fox. M. Frey, M.
Gavin. M. Gehling, T. Gerbis
M. C. Gerhard.
Row 2: C. Ginley, E. Gleason
M. L. Goldschmidt, D. Grie-
shop, M. Grosse. M. Grosser
Row 3: G. Guetle, J. Gug-
lielmi, K. Hadley, L. Hagen
D. Halpin. J. Haucke.
ROW4: M. L. Hekler, C
Herdermann. B. Hertsenherg
R. A. Heyl, K. Hoar, C
Row5: J. Huber, M. J
Hughey, B. Hutchinson. B
Iasillo, M. Jacobs. A. Jaspers.
How 6: S. Jones. J. Jueng-
ling. A. Kaminsky, C. Kath-
man, B. Kemme. M. Kessler
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Excitement reigns at the
Junior-Senior Prom as the
Misses Martino and Barrett
are welcomed with hardy
smiles by junior hostesses
C. Steinker and C. Schierer.
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'LWho says she can play?"
Having a "jam sesion" with
the bass fiddle plus a few
laughs are J. Perez, J. A.
Molengraft, C. Flaig and M.
Row 1: M. J. Kiehborth, S.
Kincaid. J. King, M. L.
Kirry, M. Kock. B. Kohl.
Row 2: P. Kopp, L. Kreimer,
R. Kreimer, M. Krois, C.
Kunz, B. Labmeier.
Row 3: B. Lampe, E. Langen-
brunner, M. Lauterwasser, J.
Lehan, M. A. Lehr, D. Lewis.
Row 4: R. Lingers, C. Loh-
man, M. C. Luken, J. Lyons,
I. MacDonald, C. Mangold.
Row 5: L. Martini, M. Massa,
C. Massman, M. J. Mauntel,
S. May, L. McArthur.
Row 6: C. Mellott, M. Meents,
C. Menkhaus, C. Merenfeld,
L. Merrill, M. Metsch.
Rowl: C. Mettman, B
Meyer, J, A. Molengraft. J
Molique, L. Monahan. E
Row 2: J. Niemeister. M
Olding. E. O'Rourke. F. Os
terhues. A. Penivk. J. Perez.
Row 3: E. Rapien. A. Re-h
kamp, R. Reising, E. Rettig
L. Riedel, L. Reilag.
Row 4: C. Riesenheck, M
Rosenackcr, S. Ruther. M
Ryan. P. Sack, M. Schaller
Row5: M. Schenkvl, C
Schierer, P, Schettler, J
Schlecktingen. H. Schmidt
Row 6: M, Schwietering, J
Seibert. M. J. Seiwert, V
Sontag. R. A. Spaith. P
Latin students, Mari-
lyn Ryan. Kathy I-Ioar.
Charlene Firtos and
proudly show Mercy's
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Members of Junior Safety
Council, Mary A. Gehling,
Ellen Gleason and Carol
Massrnan represent Safety
at Mercy. Ellen has been
elected president of the
City-Wide Safety Council.
Rowl P. Spencer, E. Stahl
C. Steinker, M. A. Steinle
A. Stenger. L. Stiers.
Row 2: C. Streit, M. Streng
J. A. Temke. J. A. Tengler
J. Tenoever, D. Tobin.
Row 3: P. Tolle. P. Wade. P
Waldeck. A. Walters, R. Weil
Row4: M. Wellman, C.
Westerkamm, L. Wetzel, J.
Vlfillenborg. A. Willenbrink,
Row 5: V. Wolfram, M. Zang.
Not Pictured: M. Cramer, J.
Disken. S. Fischer, M.
Schierer, E. Hoesl, M. J.
Bietenduval. E. Nesselhuf.
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Lighting the Advent wreath has becomr a tradition at Mercy bophornore homeroom presidents are left to
right, Nancy A. Scott. Sandra Stratman Mlnalee Molengrafl Ceraldlne A Vo el and Marx Noel Mever
The ophomores-Class 0 53
At long last the dream we
had dreamt throughout
our first year came true.
We now bear the noble
title, sophomore. We ex-
perience a feeling of su-
periority when asked by
a confused freshie, "How
do I get to Room 305?"or
"Where's the Cafeteria?"
But if we pause a mom-
ent we will recall our be-
wildering freshie year and
know we have gained one
goal - at least we know
where we are most of
the time! We struggle
along taking time only
to make biology projects,
attend dances, and maybe
even a play or two.
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Rowlz S. Albert, M. As-
brock, C, Bacher, R. Basch
C. Bauer, G. Bausch.
Row 2: C. Beckman, B. Ben-
son, Y. Berns, P. Betsch, J
Blazer. T. Bleh.
Row 3: C. Bodden, B. Booth
J. Borgman, R. Borgrnan, A
Brarnes, M. Brockhuis.
Row 4: J. A. Brockmeier, B.
Brooks, G. Brune. M. L.
Bumb, C. Buning, C. Bunker.
Row 5: J. Byrum, J. Camp-
bell, N. Carey, S. Carmusino
M. Casey. D. Cassini.
Row 6: NI. A. Ciresi. B. Cole-
gate, J. Conrad. M. Cuiccio,
J. Cunningham, J. Day.
Row 7: D. Dee. P. Deitzer,
G. Di Toro. D. Dittman, B.
Doerger, M. Doll.
G. Di Toro is "sitting
prettyl' as photographer
Leo Gross prepares to
snap her with helper J.
Verkamp stretching the
tape, keeping Gloria's
head nice and straight.
Rowl: J. Dreier, M. Dreil-
ing, J. Dyer, K. Eckstein, M
Ermert. J. Espelage.
Row2: M. Fahey, J. Faigle
C. Feldman. H. Feller, M. K
Fisher, J. Fritz.
Row 3: T. Froehle, C. Geiger,
J. Gerstner, M. Godfrey, B
Gooding, M. Gramke.
Row 4: M. L. Griffin. J. Hale
S. Hays, M. Heavey. J. Hei-
dorn, C. Helligrath.
Row 5: L. Henke. H. Heri-
senberg, P. Hinrichs, A
Hirschberg, P. Hizer, E
Row 6: J. Hoetker. D. Honn-
ingford. P. Horak, J. Huis-
mann, M. Isler, D. Juengling.
Row7: L. Jung, A. Kamp-
haus, D. Karaus. E.J,Kartye,
J. Karwisch. G. Kathman
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T. Klostermans fingers
glide lightly over the
keys as she produces
beautiful music at the
recital honoring Saint
Cecilia music patroness.
A'Making discussions" was
typical of sophomores
P. Dietzer and E. Hoene
as they discuss their
'Kbusinessn with Mons.
Carl Ryan and J. Weher.
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Row 1: J. Kathman, D. Keck
J. Kisse. J. Kielty, P. Kirsch-
ner. T. Klosterman.
Row 2: C. Knarr, C. Krzmtz
M. Kraft. N. Kraushar. M
A. Krouse. J. Kuchenhuch
Row 3: B. Larsh, S. Le Count
J. Lehrter. M. Lind. M. E
Linferf. E. Ludwig.
Row 4: M. C. Luensman. N
Luken, M. J. Lustenberger
P. Macaluso. C. Magevney
Row 5: P. McConnell, M, H
McElroy. L. Merenfield, C
Merk. L. Meyer. M. N. Meyer
Row 6: R. Meyer. J. Meyers
B. Miller. K. Minges. M
Minnick, C. Modafari.
Row 7: J. Moeller. M. Molen
graft, M. Moorman. R. Mur
phy. B. Naherhaus. B. Neacl
Rowl: R. Oblinger. M
O'Connor. C. Pfeiffer. M. C.
Plageman. M. J. Plagge. M
Row2: E. Rehkamp. M
Reinert, J. Reissig. M. Re-
monowsky. C. Rennick. J
Row 3: M. J. Rieskamp. C
Robertson. D. Ruehrwein. N
Ruhe. S. Runnels. R, Salter.
Row 4: H. Schlarmann. S
Schmidt. M. Schonhaft, J
Schulte. N. Scott. K. Shannon.
Row 5: S. Shaw. S. Sherman
M. Shroyer. S. Simon. J
Skelly, J. Smyth.
Row 6: J. Sommer. J. Spade,
P, Sperber. N. Spicer, K
Spitzmiller. E. Spitznagel.
Row7: J. Staub, P. Steinker
N. Stewart. S. Stratrnan, J
Sullivan, J. Sunderman.
Strange animals make
their appearance in the
scholarship - winning bi-
ology project of G. Kath-
man and E. J. Kartye.
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Proudly displaying her
fashions and designs to S.
Trippel and M. N. Meyer
is S. Sherman winner in
the National Scholastic
Art awards contest.
Rowlz R. Telscher, M. L
Tenhundfeld, M. A. Theo-
bald, J. Thinnes, M. Tosch-
log, S. Trippel.
Row 2: L. Umherg. G. Vogel
M. J, Von Rissen, C. Wagner:
B. Walter, C. Wandstrat.
Row 3: G. Weisenbach. J.
VVelage. M. A. Welage. M. L
Westerkamp, B. Westrick, Ti
ROW4: J. Wetzel, M. L.
Wirtz. M. Wittekind, J. Wolff
N. S. Wood, E. Wurzelbacker.
Not Pictured: J. Schmutte,
S. Stahley. J. Schrenker.
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Rowlz P. Alfing, J.
Amato, C. Archibald, C.
Arling, J. Austing, M.
L. Averbeck, M. L.
Row 2: M. Bastian, S.
Bauman, J. Beding-
haus, J. A. Bennett, J.
Benvenuti, J. Berke-
meier. J. Berning.
Row 3: M. Berry, S.
Bertke, A. Bertsch, B.
Bicker, J. Birck, B.
Blazer, A. Boehmer.
Row 4: M. Boeing, L.
Borgrnan, P. Bowman,
C. Brabender, D.
Brackmann, K. Brady.
Row 5: B. Brofft. J.
Brossart, J. Bruehl, L.
Bruening. C. Bruner, J.
Bucher. J. Buerkel.
Row 6: J. Caley, J.
Carlson. J. Carota, J.
Carota, T. Carrico, M.
Casey, M. Catanzaro.
Row 7: J. Cranert, M.
L. Davis, S. De Chant.
C. Dechering, C.
Decker, D. Dezarn. J
Row 8: J. Dolan, P
Dorrmann, E. Driscoll
C. Duston, J. Ebbeler
P. Egan, M. A.Einhaus
Row9: M. Elfers, C
Engelke, J. Engler, N
Espelage, J. Essen, K
Faragher, G. Feldman
Row 10: J. Felix, P
Feltner, C. J. Feucht
S. Fix, J. Flanagan, M
Flick, C. Flickenstein
Rowl: B. Frey, C.
M. Gartner, N. Geier,
E. Gerhardt, N. Gilardi.
Row 2: M.
Gooding, M. Grater, J.
Greiner, R. Gundlach,
J. Haban, M. Hall.
Row 3: S. Hamilton, C.
Hartman, M. Harvey,
N. Hasenohr, J .Haucke,
A. Hess, M. Higgins.
Row 4: P. Hilvert, D.
Hofmann, L. Hofmann,
P. Hofmann, K. Honn-
ert, E. Honningford, P.
Row 5: C. Howery, B.
Huber, A. Hughey, M.
L. Huitink, E. Hursting,
D. Jackson, G. Kabbes.
ROW6: C. Kain, J.
Kain, D. Kalus, M. A.
Kinross, S. Klein, B.
Krollmann, D. Koch.
Row 7: D. Koeninger,
M. Koman, N. Kopp-
meier, R. Kotzbauer, B.
Kramer, J. Kramer, J.
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Covering books, filling
in cards and getting all
excited are Mercy's new
freshies, J. Penick, S.
Ludwig and P. Hilvert.
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Kurtz. P. Laiveling, J
Lambert, C. Lameier
S. Lanter, P. Lierl.
Row2: P. Lind, B
Link, C. Link, S. Lud-
wig. C. Luken, M
Mahoney. N. Maifeld
Row 3: C. Malay, J
Mannix, D. Marchetti
J. Martin, S. Mathews
N. McHugh, P. Mc-
Row 4: M. A. Means
M, Mellott, G. Meyer
L. R. Meyer, L. M
Meyer, S, Mitchell, P
Row 5: S. Monnig, S
Murphy, C. Myers, D
Neiheisel, M. J. Nei-
heisel, P. Neiheisel, M
Row 6: C. Nesselhuf
M. Nolte, J. Norton, B
Nugent, J. Orite, R
Ornella, M. J. Ortman
Row 7: J. Panaro, J
Penick, N. Pies, M
Pope, J. Rahe, J. Rauf
Row 8: M. A. Reissig
C. Rettig, M. A. Rhein
J. Robertson, R. Rob:
inson, P. Robinson, M.
Row 9: J. Roedig, J.
Rohs, A. Rolf, S. Rork
E. Rosenberger, J. A
Row 1: N. Ross, C.
Ruether, C. Ruff, B.
Russo, M. L. Sander,
B. Sayers, C. Schafer.
Row 2: C. Schapker, E.
Scheible. J. Schenkel,
J. Schlotmann, L.
Schmidlin, E. Schmidt,
Row 3: K. Schneider,
S. Schotte, M. J.
Schuerman, S. Schwab,
C. Sedgebier, C. Sebas-
tiani, M. A. Sieben-
Row 4: M. Sollman, M.
J. Spicer, E. Sfaigl, C.
Steigerwald, J. Stein-
metz, N. Stephens, E.
Row 5: M. Sullivan, J.
Sunderhaus, C. Tewes,
R. Thomas, K. Thue-
ner, M. Torbeck, S.
Row 6: J. Tracy, M.
Trageser, M. Truitt, E.
Veldhaus, C. Vogel, J.
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Row 7: N. Von Holle,
B. Wade, L. Warndorf,
V. Wasmer, D. Waters,
J. Weber, M. Wein-
Row 8: K. Weisbrodt,
M. Wernke, J. Wid-
mer, B. Wiemeyer, D.
Wiesman, J. Wilky-
macky, A. Willke.
Row 9: J. Wilmes, D.
Windgate, J. Wolfe, S.
Wolf, T. Woodward,
Not Pictured: J. Ernst.
C. Huber, M. A. Kohls,
P. Suesser, J. Fish, J.
Flick, N. Shaver.
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OR GANIZA TIUNS , . .
As the enthusiasm of the "Trip to Notre Dame" contest mounts. so does the
work for the CSMC officers. B. Lahmeier. C. Flaig. M. A. Mott, S. Sher-
man anrl M. Hagen. They don't seem to mind when it's for the missions.
From Africa to far
away Alaska, from
Jamaica to Japan,
all are brothers in
Christ and all are
helped by the CSMC
unit at Mercy.
If it's a fashion
show, a dance or
Heart Badges -
VIcAuleyans make all
a continual prayer,as
they follow the way
of Mother McAuley.
Zeal Promotes Action
Under the patronage of Mother McAuley are: first row. L. to R.. J. Espelage. P.
I-Iizer. J. Guglielmi J. Ernst. C, Kracke. M. J. Seiwert. M. Franke. D. Dutroi
second row. N, Scott. M. Mahoney. P. Robinson. C. Wagner. M. Shroyer. M.
Ryan, M. McWilliams, M. Massman. Chairmen of the clulfs numerous activities.
...-- . I
Members of the Masque and Gavel are. Row 13 A. Jung, M. J. McManus, C. Dochterman, L, Korte, D.
Foltzer, J. Molique. S. Kellerg Row 23 M. J. Siewert, B. Baumgartner, J. Lunne, M. J. Owens, V.
Schramm, M. Menke, J. Umberg, R. Schutteg Row 3: J. Guglielmi, C. Lorenz. C. Massman, L. Merrill,
M. Laub. B. Labmeier, C. Firstos. J. Himmelman, C. Kunz, D. Dutro, J. Miltz and K. Hoar.
"Carve Each Word Before You
Drama! Comedy! Mystery! Masque and Gavel has mastered
all. Are you interested in displaying your dramatic ability or
are you an "eager beaver" yearning for a place in the spot-
light? Masque and Gavel is for you. The club is affiliated
with the national organization at Northwestern University.
After receiving your basic training in your freshmen and
sophomore years, those, who are promising young actresses
are invited to join the ranks of Masque and Gavel in their
junior and senior years. All of M and G's productions are
moderated and directed by Sister Mary Carlos, R.S.M. M and
G's activities include monthly meetings, participation in
speech tournaments, TV programs, play rehearsals from Sept.
through May for three major productions, dramatic recitals,
not to mention the countless hours of fun. Successful plays!
Speech awards! Gold medals! Achievement! All are rewards
for those who strive to acquire the art of golden speech.
N 1 i l rlerf so Ll
Listening attentlvely to the president. D. Kohl. are the Theta Art members. Seated are J. Strassel. M. Dieclt
mann C Lorenz N Stelnvxert. P. Thompson. J. Thuener. S. Schaible. J. Schoening. M. J. Meister. K. Jacob
Standing M Herchber K Blrck. B. Folz. M. Kreimer. M. L. Birkenheuer. R. I-Ionnigford. N. Trefzger. J. Stath
The Arts of Expression
Seniors only belong to Theta
Art Society. To make the art
student realize that an artist
is an instrument of God for
leadership is the club's goal.
Excellence in speech! Forceful
ideas! Keen competition and
Miss Mercy debater, with pen
and notes in hand, merits a
place on the debating team.
Coing over debating material are the club members. Seated are P. Henricks. J. Murnan. A. Berger. J.
Wesselman MIS Schwath R. M. Behrens. M. Sullivan. D. Ruehrwein. L. Bruns. M. C. Luken.
Standing are I Orlte N Steltenpohl. N. Spicer. C. Luken. C. Merk. N Carey. T. Klosterman, K. Kunz.
lylorcy readers" pose lor the photographer. Book Club members. slant n anf 1
Cavaana. M. Diem-knzann. -l. Suvher. A. Lalferty. B. Linder. J, Millz d 1 1 mir l re
Creager. CY XVasslor. J. Lunno. H. Noslhoide. C. Pe-terman, and M. A Sller eelm an
Shroyer. M. -I. Binder, C. Lorenz. l'. Glueck and R. Werle admidsl the xo sunt woo s
Eag er Readers
Books, books and more books delight the
imaginations of the Book Club members.
Friendships have blossomed with Christy
Brown and his remarkable "Lett Foot" and
winsome Karen. a cerebral palsy victim.
Fantastic tales of the world ot the future
become present in The Hills Were Liars and
The Clock Struck Tzven tv. Reviews of recent
hooks and library news are published every
month in the group's Book Club Bulletin.
In their tour through the Public Library. -I. Lunm-
and C Manz found these youngsters thoroughly
interested in the "classics". conlliletolv unawsm-
ol' the favt that they had visitors lirorn M. Nl. H.
Scientincally speaking the Science Club members are uworking hard."
Taking notes are M. A. Nemann. C. Kranz. and P. Deitzer. Standing are
F. Brankamp. J. Lunne and D. Honnigford "surveying the situation.
Xcience and ath Xolve Mysteries
Math clubbers are using some of that "mathematical skill." Standing are
A. Cannon, J. Bone. P, Glueck. D. Kinross. J. Miltz and M. Hockney.
Getting a closer look are M. McWilliams, J. Lunne, B. Baumgartner.
Interested in blood tests,
cloud chambers or "bugs"?
Now unveil your interests
through the Science Club.
Through the club, Mercy
scientists having the
"itch" for some stiff
competition, get that long
awaited chance for fame.
Algebra plus geometry,
multiplied by trig, added
to math-minded seniors
equal The National Math-
ematics Honorary Society.
Any senior who excels in
this subject will find the
Math Club a challenge to
Looking forward to successful careers are Mercy's near-future nurses.
Standing: H. Hoesl. B. Baumgartner. D. Kohl. R, M. Behrens. L. Korte,
M. Meyers. J. Murnan and M. J. Schare. Seated: C. Cassini. M. A.
Stiers. C. Peetz, P. A. Stein. S, A. Keller. L. A. Rebold and L. A. Gohs.
elpin Humanit through
Red Cross oH'ers much in the field of social work. Red Cross officers
M. Dieckmann. C. Obert. P. Bach and E. Gleason are getting a few tips
on their scrapbook of Mercy activities from Miss Carole Von Holle.
Do you picture yourself
as "The Girl in White"?
This is the goal dreamed
by the Mercians, who are
now members of the Fu-
ture Nurses. These "nurses
to be" visit hospitals, care
for the poor, brighten the
lives of unfortunates!
Many will be "The Girl
in White" and her name
will be Miss Mercy, R.N.
U.S.! Alaska! Germany!
Korea! Yes, Red Cross aid
has traveled. Assembling
gift boxes, entertaining
shut-ins, sending joke
books to wounded service-
men, trading Scrapbooks
with Alaskan students are
on the Red Cross agenda.
It's Caesar's! It's Vergil's! It's the Latin
language! The members of the Latin Club
are striving for excellence in the mastery of
the Latin tongue. With the distinction of
being upper-classmen, some of the juniors
were initiated into the Latin Club - becom-
ing full-Hedged Romans! The spotlight of
Latin Lives or
Senior members of
the Mercy Latin
club. M. A. Mott.
J. Lunne and E.
Schapker watch as
Pres. R. Buechler
formally begins the
the year was on the Roman Banquet, when
all Mercians Went "Latin." Togas were
donned in place of the usual navy blue, and
sandals were substituted for socks and sloppy
saddles. And as the evening came to a close,
"Vale" was murmured but not for long. To-
morrow, you Puellae, back to the old grind.
Junior initiates of the Latin club are. kneeling: C. Dochterman.
R. A. Spaith. P. Wade, M. Rosenacker, M, Kessler. M. J. Seiwert:
standing: K. Byrne. R. M. Bolte. K. Hoar. C. Kunz. T. DiPilIa
C. Firstos. S.Buechler. M.Ryan, M.Block. C. Mettman. C.Mellott.
J. Creager. L. Dirr and S. Jones entertain the rest of the Spanish
cluh. L. Rielag. D. Fisher. M. J. Meister, M. Menke, C. Scherer and
J. Hood. with their version of the traditional Mexican hat dance.
A Gay ood in a Modern Manner
Something new at Mercy is the French club. Jeanne Murnan signs the
charter as A. Berger and J. Guglielmi witness. Mary Agnes Mott.
Phyllis Tolwig. Mary Jo Sack and Marlena Meyer stop to observe.
In Spain they say, "Si! Si!"
Haciendas! A Bull Ring!
The Mexican Hat Dance!
Put them together, add a
dash of a Spanish book for
flavor and you have a fin-
ished product, Mercy's THE
Interested in going to Gay
Paree? Then step right this
way and learn the native
tongue. That's what these
gay Mercian rnademoiselles
are trying to accomplish.
But French isn't all work.
There's always time for a
get-together at the French
Club meeting and the first
question is always - "Cette
robe me va-t-elle bien?"
Doing their part to make Merry safe, are the Safety clubbers. Seated are R. Martin. D.
Karaus. C. Honnigford, M. Gehling. E. Gleason and C. Cassini. 2nd row includes P. Mersch.
P. Schettler. V. Wolfrom. R. M. Ornella. D. Honnigford, P. Lierl and C. Mettman. Standing.
in the 3rd row. are -I. Himmelman, P. Hofmann. M. E. Isler. J, Willenborg, J. Meyers and
K. Thuener. In the last row are J. Wilmes, M J. Koeninger. M. Huitink. C. Flaig, -I. Norton.
Xtop! Look I Listen! For Safety Sake
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! Yes, this is the obligation of
every Mercy girl, and the purpose of the Safety Club is to
make the students realize this. As a newly organized group
the Safety Club sponsored a slogan contest to create interest.
Eileen Hoehn came up with the winning slogan - "You
can't discount safety. You pay the full price!"
may prove fatal."
Mr. Brown writes
as B. Baumgartner,
R. M. Behrens and
A. Berger check the
tire skid marks.
GAA gives Mercians a chance to un-
veil their Hhidden talentsn as athletes
answer the seasonls call-basketball.
Win or lose there's always certain sat-
isfaction. if only to put into operation
some of the extra energy often diag-
nosed in the classroom as "fooling
around." Spring calls and GAAers fill
the ball diamond with sunhurned faces
and glove in hand. Head for the near-
est alleys and welll see the rest of our
Mercy athletes who use muscle power
to roll those strikes and spares. A bas-
ket, homer or strike-whichever way
you call it, GAA turns out the Champs.
Oops - there goes the hall! Lone Mercian,
Anne Luchte battles St. Ursula as a fast
break results in a field goal for Mercy.
Win or Lose - GAA is Tops
GAA'ers turn on the smiles for Mercy's photographer. Kneeling are J. Hood. J. Umherg. N. James and K.
Kunz. Seated are M. N. Meyer. M. Shannon. R. M. Meyer. C. Wagner. E. Schmidt. R. M. Murphy. P.
Deitzer. P. Monaco and J. Birck. 3rd row includes J. Stath. M. A. Higgins. B. Blazer. M. Menke. M. Zang.
F. Osterhues. S. Shaw. A. Luchte. J. Vogel. C. Schaeffers and S. Hamilton. Standing in the last row are M.
Rosenacker, J. Kreutzkamp. J. Godar. B. Heuerman. B. Booth. C. Mangold. C. Hayden. M. Weinheimer
and P. Bertke. "on the hall" athletes.
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"Spring has sprung, the grass has 'riz," and
Mercians race down to the baseball dia-
mond and badminton courts. Yes, with a
background of blooming trees and gay
flowers, Mercy's Ted Kluszewskis and Stan
Musials "swing that bat!" "It's a homerun,
strike one, you're out," are familiar echoes
from the baseball diamond. But from a
different section of the grounds, we hear,
"Get that bird!" Some may think it's hunt-
ing season, but no, a few girls are engaged
in a fascinating game of badminton with
racquets in hand, trying to keep the little
bird high in the air. Whatever the sport,
Mercians rejoice when "Spring has sprung
and the grass is 'riz!"
Will it be a homer? The batter A. Hirschberg is
hoping so, while the catcher P. Betsch makes ready
to "get" that ball for an out. C. Feldman seems
indifferent. but not for long. Itls her turn next.
A Birdie or a Ball. . . Teamwork is a Must
Up, up and over as J. Sullivan gracefully serves to J. Kuchenbuck.
P. Deitzer, in background, eagerly makes ready to swing at that bird.
Hoping to make a ringer is D.
Dezarn. With such a look of
determination, she Can't miss.
C. Sedgebeer is lining up with
that peg, judging her distance.
ealthy Bodies Make Active inds
Wow! What a hit! And the
credit goes to J. Flannagan.
Her teammates are convinced
she really hits that ball.
The spirit behind the
team! That's the best
way to describe Mina
Molengraft, Mary Jo
Seiwert and Mary Carol
Bross who urge those
Panthers on to victory.
Rah! Rah! Rah! Give a Rousing Cheer
Caught in the act of resting are W. Krumpe, Elder HS.: M. E. Isler. G. Guetle, M.
Buttlewerth, Mercy HS.: and the majorettes from Seton H.S, But to show that they
do "work" here they are in action, executing one of their colorful formations.
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Senior staff members, L. Korte and K. Kohl are ready with a few tips on
layout for "eager beavers" S. Shaw and N. Scott, just "learning the ropes."
Work . . . A Little Fun . . . Imagination
All American! All Catholic! All Mercy!
From front to back! From introduction to
conclusion! The MERCYWOOD is the best
and to the staff members a recompense for
the hours of work put forth to make our
annual a success! But it is certainly not all
work. The staff members take delight in as-
sisting the MERCYWOOD's photographer,
in taking pictures. Those who are more adept
in writing are Npermittedi' to let their pens
and pencils flow with write-ups both imag-
inative and factual. Truly, MERCYWOOD
staff spells hard work but excitement, too.
"Heap Big Bosses" of the MERCYWOOD staff are
M. L. Shroyer and J. Verkamp, "sittin' down on the job."
Using a "critical eye" for B. Lindner's typing are P. Cavagna. M, Menke and M. A.
Stiers, adding a few words of encouragement. along with their sympathies.
. , And ercywood is a Reality
MERCYVVOOD staff members J. Stauh, J. Stath Finding the MERCYWOOD filing system littlr
find themselves "in the dark" as M. A. Nemann gives mixed up" are J. Umlmerg. R. A. Svhutte and R. M
them a few hints on developing in the dark room. Behrens, making things easier with a few laughs
Work piles up and GLEANING cubs dig in, First row of cubs includes D. Tobin, H. Cassidy. B. Labmeier.
P. Schettler. N. Carey and M. Moormanng second row. J. Riehle, M. J. Rieskamp, J. Schmutte, C. Modafari.
P. Schonhoftg third row, J. Welage, J. Sommers. E. Hoehn, S. Sherman and E. J. Kartye.
Cubs Tr Their Xkill
With looks of deep concentration. cuh editor. D. Grieshop. center.
and her co-editors. J. Kathman, left. and H. Hertsenherg, right.
decide an important question in the editing of Gleanings. their
big accomplishment as first year journalism students or cubs.
Dreams do come true! If you
don't believe it, question the
junior journalists, popularly
known as Cubs. Collecting
news, getting assignments in
ahead of deadline dates are
some of the "business" needed
for making up a school paper.
And then, oh joy, the thrill of
seeing yourself in print, know-
ing that you made Gleanings.
What's the rush - GLEANINGS is
coming off the press! Eager faces,
flipping pages - Mercians get the
news. An extra special copy? No,
mam, just one more sample of the
time and efforts of Mercy journalists.
Who would ever guess all that goes
into this great publication - the fun
of meeting deadlines! little jaunts to
and from the printer are but two of
the many joys of being on the staff.
Smiles of approval are seen on the faces of Pat Glueck,
Judy Wesselman and Carol Cassini as they look over the
latest edition of Gleanings, "the newspaper of the yearf,
py pictures. and more copy keeps these Mercy reporters. With the help of C. Massman and M. J. Siewert, C Kunz pounds
Dochterman. C. Firstos, A. Rehkamp, M. McWilliams, .A out her column. K. Hoar, M. Ryan and J. Molengraft turn
Fferty and J. Miltz engrossed in their pride and joy. to find out, "What's all the racket? We're trying to work
M J Qeiwert right assumes an I don't care' attitude
What's this! 'glitockabye-Baby,', isn't
that for toddlers? Well, no, not exactly.
This was evident in Masque and
Gavel's first production entitled fbe-
lieve it or notl, "Rockabye-Baby", a
mystery comedy in three acts. The
play, written by Marguerite Kreger
Phillips, had an unusually well con-
structed plot of mounting interest
spiced with humor and intrigue. Many
amateur detectives were absolutely
certain they knew "who done it." The
plot was Woven around Mrs. Milikan,
a widow, whose son was reported Hmiss-
ing" in the War. She had decided to
escape her grasping in-laws by giving
them her home and becoming a house-
mother in a city at a safe distance.
Rock -A -Bye
as M. J. McManus reprimands her for constant "snooping".
lhe mystery being unveiled. M. J. Seiwert. center. admits her mistakes as seated. I. to r.. M. Menke. A. Jung.
J Lunne. M. J. McManus. C. Kunz. J. Guglielmi look surprised at the outcome. Standing. C. Firstos. J.
Miltz. K. Hoar, J. Umberg. J. Molique. L. Merrill and J. Himmelman look with pity at culprit Mary Jo.
Her boarders were a strange assortment of women,
the monotony of whose taunts and tantrums are
pleasantly interrupted by Ophelia the cook, whose
not so subtle humor lends more than a little enjoy-
ment to the play. A stolen baby! A very worried
young mother! A prying reporter! Do you need
more to arouse your curiosity? A simple nursery
rhyme for toddlers proved to be an exciting drama
as Well as a grand success.
. . . And When the
Bough Breaks ? ? ?
Giving a piece of her mind to haughty M.
J. Owens is C. Firstos. M. Laub is the
restraining force, while D. Dutro adds
a subduing effect. V. Schramm looks on
the situation with alarm and concern.
Mrs. Milikan QDonna Dutroj is filled
with pride as Mary Howe fLoraine Kortej
reveals that Chisburn, the redheaded
youngster, is her son's boy. making Mrs.
Milikan "Grandma" for the first time.
And L. Korte and her son lived happily ever after, to the delight of. l.to r.. C. Massman. J. Blank. D. Foltzer,
R. Schutte, C. Lorenz. C. Dochterman, B. Labmeier, and S. Keller. Looking admiringly at group is D. Dutro.
Enacting a stirring part of the class play Portraying "sophistication" are Egyptian
are seniors Thamar fRita Martinj, Ruth slave KJ. Hoodl, Egyptian Sorceress QE.
fBetsy Folzl, Zelia fMary Lou Shroyerj and Schapkerj. Ezra CM. Ricaccij, Thamar QR.
Zilpa tLoraine Kortej listening to Ruth. Martini and Ruth CB. Folzj "ready to clash."
Biblical Drama Produced by eniors
Romance is in the air as Thamar CR. Martinb
tenderly welcomes Naaman 1Margie Menkej
home, after a miraculous cure by Eliseus.
Mercy Seniors came out on top when
they ventured into a completely new
and different type of play this year.
"The Slave Maid of Israel," by Mary
Hitchcock, gave the Seniors a chance
to display versatile talents as they
staged the first Biblical drama to be
presented by Mother of Mercy. The
Senior Class play set a record this year
by being the first to be given during
Lent. The presentation and staging of
it was a big undertaking under the
expert direction of Sister Mary Carlos,
R.S.M. Rosalie Buechler was the
stage manager with a stage crew corn-
posed of Rita Trephol, Margie Betsch,
Mary Braeuning, Carol Bachman,
Janet Richter and Lorraine Richter.
Business managers were Carol Kracke
and Mary Jane Koeninger, while Jo
Ann Coors and Mary Jane Schare
served on the publicity committee.
The palace of Naaman near Damascus in
the year 984 B.C. is the setting of the Senior
Class play. The story is woven around the
Biblical character Naaman, a leper, and his
miraculous healing at the hand of the
prophet Eliseus. Naaman is a general of
the Syrian army. Ruth, the slave maid of
Israel, held captive by robbers from Syria
and led from the land of the Israelites,
strengthens the courage of those around
her. It is Ruth's unfailing faith that finally
brings about the cure of Naaman. The
leading parts in Sunday night's cast were
captured by Margie Menke as Naaman and
Rita Martin as Thamar, the beautiful.
Betsy Folz appeared as Ruthg Jane Blank
played Jesse and Jane Himmelman por-
trayed the part of Simeon. On Monday
night, the cast included Julia Lunne as Naa-
man and Virginia Schramm as Thamar.
Mary Jo Owens played the part of Ruth,
the little slave. Jessie was portrayed by
Brenda Baumgartner and cruel Simeon, the
heartless villain, enacted by Joan Verkamp.
The Xla ve Maid of Israel
Standing left to right are J. Murnan, A. Jung, R. M. Behrens, J. Verkamp,
B. Baumgartner, V. Schramm, J. Lunne, C. Lorenz and M. Nieman waiting
for the sentence to be administered on the villain, Simeon KJ. Verkampj.
Hiram KJ. Umbergj and Ben Hassen KM. Dieekmanj
forcefully command slaves KC. Gentry. M. Laub,
M. Krummen and M. McWilliarnsJ to "clear the
courtyard and make their exit immediately."
'Y Suicide is almost inevitable as Sim-
eon KJ. Verkampj hesitates to ap-
proach Thamar KG. Schrammj while
Ruth KM. J. Owensj and Zilpah KC.
Lorenzj plead with her to stop.
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Everybody dance to the music of J. Guglielmi. C. Firstos and C. Massman. a swell little
hand. Engrossed in the dancing are eouples. L. Korte. P. Trefzger. J. Himmelman and
J. Telscher. C. Kunz and M. J, Seiwc-rf think il sounds prolly good, so everyone swing.
ercy-Elder P aye-rs in Creeping Xhado ws
"It's really love-ly here."
explains Mrs. Frazier
llVl. Menkej io Snooky
KA. Jungl and her
mother QJ. Miltzj while
Bill Frazier 113. Wal'
tersj carries lhe bags
as hell boy.
Spooks - creeping shadows -
and demented convicts keep a
gasping audience on the edge of
their seats, as the Mercy-Elder
players put forth their dramatic
skill in the hilarious production
"Creeping Shadows." The plot
unfolds as the Fraziers and Kit
Laughton find weird guests call-
ing on them in the dark hours of
the night. Two and a half hours
opened a package of mystery and
comedy, as Kit undertakes the
unknown when she opens an old
deserted cotttage. And when do
the SPOOKS come out? Who
knows - but you'd better not
try to get any sleep tonight, dear!
What a shock the arrival of T. Janszen and J. Lemmel was for
G. Schramm being revived by C. Lorenz. M. J. Owens and partner
in crime J. Feldkamp shake on the successfulness of their scheme.
Thunder! Li htnin I
Chains Dragging I E-eee-eeee-eeeee
J. Blank. M. Luuh and -I, Molique try to com- Indians in a tourist home. S. Keller can't
fort C. Lorenz. who has had some hair rais- believe her eyes as J. Feldkamp presents M.
ing encounters with CREEPING SHADOWS. Davis to delightful amusement of J. Umberg.
Gold Medalist - the highest conferment
made upon dramatic students at Mercy
High, was merited by Jane Himmelman,
Marjorielaine Menke, Mary Jo Owens and
Virginia Schramm. Some of Jane's readings
included "Joan of Lorraine" and "End of
Summer." Virginia's readings were "Jane
Eyre" and "Oh No!" "Crimson Rambler"
and "A Financial Problem" were chosen by
Mary Jo Owens. Margie's numbers were
"Quo Vadis" and "The Green-Eyed Drag-
on." Combining their talents the Medalists
concluded the program with "A Crown for
Mary," a play in one act. Much work, dra-
matic lessons week after week, and un-
pleasant examinations are all part of the
big test to see if Mercians can take the
dare, hold on and make the final grade.
"Uh, to See Your Name in Li hts!
Sister Agnes 1V. Schrammj shows Mrs. Harkness KJ.
Himmelmany Margaret. an orphan QM. J. Owensj
and Mrs. Maguire QM. Menkej her crown for Mary
"Pretty as a picture" is a perfect description of this year's Gold Medalists.
May we present Misses Mary Jo Owens, Virginia Schramm. Jane
Himmelman and Marjorielaine Menke, Mercy's Gold Medal students.
J. Norton announces to L. Meyer. I. Velflhaus. G. Kahhes tidings ot' great joy . . . the Christ Child
is eoming. as freshmen dramatic students present an impressive program in the spirit of Advent.
"This is the Fountessf' says. left center,
L. A. Jung. The Countess. at right center.
A. Hirschherg smiles graciously. J. Dyer.
S. Stratmun. at left. look on as J. Heiflorn
and R. Basch. right. prepare to he friends
with elite Countess Jerebek from Europe.
The angel QJ. VVilkymackyJ hirls lylary IB. Waclej
to fear not. but to he joyful for she is to be
the Mother of God, the Savior ol' the World.
The Drums go bang!
The bells go clangl
J. Rohsg Row two:
ing. of course,
agic of Music Captivates Mercians
Kitten on the keys? No. the Melody Maids: seated, J.
Kielty, K. Byrne: standing. M. L. Westerkamp. Added
attraction - J. Perez strums happily on her base fiddle.
Music programs, plays, assemblies, and
the "Band Played On!" Yes, for all
our various activities here at
our Melody Maids were "Janies on
the spot" with their repertoire of music
ranging from the "Desert Song" to
"Dragnet" Each performance was new
and different, for their motto was "Va-
riety is the spice of life." The drums
go bang and the bells go clang as the
horns blend in with low, mellow tones.
The piano and bass lend them a touch
of perfect harmony. With this combin-
ation, it's no wonder all Mercians say
approvingly, "Strike Up the Band!"
And who's responsi-
ble? Row one: A. H.
Bernard. D. Ruehre
we-in. T, Klosterman.
M. E. Heitfeld. C. A.
Rennick. C. Decker-
MARY AGNES MOTT
And who t'Strikes Up the Band?" Why,
Mary Agnes Mott, who else? Mary A.
is certainly accomplished in more ways
than one. Besides being an apt pianist,
our director has studied the violin and
has acquired a knowledge of other
musical instruments. Hard work is
always rewarded. Following many
years of study and practice, she has
been rewarded with a scholarship to
the Conservatory of Music - Mercy
salutes you, Mary Agnes, and may your
music always be one beautiful melody.
"Ah onel Ah two!" And M. A. Mott leads
the lyielody Maids through their paces.
Our wind section includes first row: C. Thueneman. P. Spencer. F Ackman. M. Hinrichsg second row I
Kirchgessner, P. Lind, M. J. Neiheisel. M. Olding. C. Willenbring: third row. M. Meyer. E. Staigle C
Wagner. L. Monahan. -l. Doerger. They play the best music this side of heaven. "sweet and soft." just right
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March Time! Modern Moods! i
Mountain Rhythms! And there
you have the program for the
All American Musical presented
by the Freshmen - Sophomore
Glee Club. As an added attrac-
tion, the Melody Maids ap-
peared on the program adding
not only variety, but pleasure.
The music ranged from classi-
cal to popular, operettas, in-
spirational spirituals. From the
rollicking keyboards of the 2
C's and D's, C. Cassini and D.
Dutro came Schaum's Moun-
tain Concerto, While D, Dutro "Swing your partners!" And that's just what the members of
and T. Froehle with Songs in the freshman-sophomore glee club are doing, gaily swinging
their hearts and on their lips their partners. and clapping their hands "Round the mountain."
added a magic interlude. To
bring this truly All American
Musical to an end, the Glee
Club and Orchestra combined
all talents in Gershwin's classic,
"Make Way For Tomorrow."
America 's Favorites b y Glee Club
Top: "Swing low, sweet chariot , . ," and the chorus swings into a medley of spirituals for the musical
Lower: Chorus and orchestra under the direction of M. A. Mott join their talents for the grand finale
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"Ay Ay Ay" sing C. Hay-
den. C. Peterman. M.
Schamf-r, first rowg M. A.
D. Dutro. second row: E.
Gleason. M. Menke and C.
Westerkamm as they swing
into a catchy South Amer-
ican melody in the annual
Senior-Junior Glee cluh
Charm of the Old World
. . . Rh thm of the New
"June Is Bustin' Out All Over" and Phyllis Tolwig bursts into a rollicking dance that
even outdoes June as she solos with the glee cluh in the concert finale on May 22.
Pretty girls, a gondola and
the stage is set for "A Day
in Venice" with the danc-
ers Melody Remenowsky
and Phyllis Tolwig. Seated
are Bonnie Kramer and
Lois Hofmang standing,
Rose M. Ornella. Loretta
ercy Choristers . . . pring Concert
Music flavored with the charm
of the Old World and rhythms
of the New combined to make
the spring concert on May 22,
a success. The audience toured
for "A Day in Venice" and then
took a musical view of i'Rom-
any Life." The two hundredth
anniversary of Mozart was
commemorated by "Jubilate
Deo," "Allelulia," and the
"Sonata in C." The evening
closed on an American strain
with several popular songs by
Rodgers and Hammerstein,
"The Surrey with the Fringe on
the Top," "If I Loved You,"
"June Is Bustin' Out All Over."
Nancy Spicer accompanies the singers: Row 1, B. Folz, A. Tepe, M
Hardebeck, C. Muenich, M. L. Link, M. Braeunig, S. Koehel, B
Heuerman, S. Jamesg row 2, C. Andres, M. Shannon, J. Coors, M. A
Nemanng row 3, C. Schwietering, B. Iasillo, E. Schmidt, M. Campbell
B. Flickg row 4. E. Clark. M. Sterwerf, P. Stein, C. Herdemann. P
Stenger as they sing. "Songs My Mother Taught Me."
I-lomeroom presidents. holding posters representing the mysteries of the Rosary, lead their Classes in the
procession honoring Mary, Our Lady of Fatima. All students join hearts and voiees in praise of Mary.
Living Rosary Honors Mary
Walking in provession to honor Mary are Vera Vlfolfram. Martha Frey.
Lois Bruns, Marilyn Bellman. Peggy Delaney, J.Doc-rger and classmates.
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Preparing for the annual l'.T.A. Christmas party are E. Clark. A, D'ArCy.
and D. Nlyers. They know that working together is the way to have fun.
Spirit of Christmas In vades Mercy
Placing the crih figures they made in art class gives a special meaning to
the outdoor crih for juniors Martha Frey and Audrey Rehkamp this year.
eet the Missions
M. Hagen offers her
best wishes and those-
ol' Sue Shaw and M. J.
. Schuerman to
i c'.s.M.C'. or 1956.
Father Klocker is the lucky winner, much to his
and A. Willenbrinlis delight as she hands Father
his prize. "Mmm. that looks very good. Father!"
Pop of balloons, the spin of a wheel, the
laughter of people having fun, the barkers
cry, 'tOnly 50 a chance. Come on, buy a
chance - you can't lose" - are a sure sign
of something. Is it a circus, a carnival?
No, it's Mission Day with a bazaar in the
gym. Homemade cakes, ice-cold cokes, a
white elephant booth, chances - Try your
luck. Mercian pockets are empty but faces
are smiling. Mission Day is a big success.
"This is My Body." and with these words Father
Klocker consecrated the Host on Mission Day.
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Father Connors. OP.. presents the first place award Those packages of hooks look mighty heavy but. l. to
for the C.S.M.C. public speaking contest to Sue Shaw. r.. L. Merrill. G. Guetle and M. Hinrichs don't mind
Beatrice Lahmeier. runner-up. smiles congratulations. because they are for the mission fields of the world.
Prayer, Stamps, Ma g azines,
Sacri ice Aid Missions
Mission hardships and sacrifices never really end, for time
marches on, and with it the needy human race. Mission spirit
and sacrifice, too, then, must march on. Mercy's C.S.M.C.
unit did a magnificent and marvelous job in assisting the
missions. The Jamaica Jump climaxed the year's activities
with the profits going to the missions in sunny Jamaica.
Donating time on a free
day is the real spirit of
sacrifice and that's the va-
riety of missionary zeal
demonstrated by C.S.M.C.-
ers Elaine Spitznagel. Jo-
anne Blazer and Joanne
Wilmes as they separate
mazagines for the missions.
Peace of Retreat
Inventory . . . The most delicate
and complicated process of every
business, unknowingly exists in
the person of all God's people. So,
since our souls are our only Hbusi-
nessf' Mercy seniors shook off the
regular school routine in an effort
to get an inside look at the state
of this spiritual guide. Through
the secluded atmosphere of Friar-
hurst and the help of Fathers
"Chris" and "Ben" many diffi-
culties vanish, terminating the
ever recurring job of inventory.
Father Majerowski, SJ., retreat master for the
freshmen, sophomores and juniors discusses the his-
tory of various religious orders with J, Wilmes
B. Krollman and L. Meyer. Mercy high freshiesi
. gspssmzfvs mrs:
Friarhurst offers many beautiful spots for prayer as
seniors C. Thueneman, B. Wasmer. M. Sterwerf medi-
tate on the sufferings of Christ while on their retreat,
The schedule is given a new
look. Silence, meditation and
conferences take the place of
noisy chattering, school books
and classes. During these days
of the annual retreat each girl
has the opportunity of asking
herself, "Am I doing what God
wants me to do?" Father Ma-
jerowski, S.J., the retreat mas-
ter, chose for his special theme
"The High Ideals of Christian
Youth in Today's World."
Father says, "To reach some-
thing very high, We use a ladder
to help us on the way. I shall
attempt to point out the steps
on this ladder that lead to
God." And he promptly did so.
"Trees of Every State" was Bar
bara Miller's prize science project
-'Ui REE S
Poking around with the needle is B. Baumgartner, taking
blood from "brave" J. Himmelmann. The pair demonstrate
their project, entered in the Science Awards Competition.
ercy Xcientists Merit Xcholarships
J. Wesselman and R. M, Behrens pose with their prize
winning physics project. "a continuous cloud chamber."
Combine observation, study and ex-
perhnentadon and the sdentmt of
today is formed. Mercy scientists
seem to have a habit of bringing
home top awards in science fairs.
Six Mercians won two First Place
and one Second Place awards in the
Regional Science Awards Competi-
tion. These girls were Judy Wessel-
man and Rose Marie Behrens,
Brenda Baumgartner and Jane Him-
melmann with first place honors in
physics and biology, respectivelyg
Eva Jane Kartye and Gerry Kath-
rnan,sophonunes,1Haced second hi
the biology division. First place
awards in each group were S2000
scholarships and second place win-
ners have S1000 college scholarships.
Mc'Auleyans join in prayer
in honor of Mary. First
pew, M. L. Shroyer. M. L.
Link, J. Godar, M. C.
Bross1 second pew. J. Ver-
kamp, C. Peetz. N. Stein-
wert, M. A. Stiersg third
pew. N. James, J. Miltzg
fourth pew. R. Rennick,
and President C. Kracke.
cAuley Apostolate , , ,
True Catholic Action
"It is a special favor of God to he made the servants of His
suffering poor." And with these words of Mother McAuley in
their hearts, all the members of the McAuley club, set out
to help His poor. They pray and also sacrifice their time
and talents to assist those who may need their attention.
Knowing everyone deserves
to learn about our Creator.
Saturday mornings find M.
Block, M. Franke and M.
L. Westerkamp helping to
give religious instructions
to retarded youngsters.
Just like a picture from a
fashion magazine are Judy
Meyers. Carol Merk, Char-
lene Schafer. Judy Reissig
and Mary Ciuccio as they
show a tiny future Mercian
that one can he modest
and fashionable too. today.
Fashions and Fun
Frosty, with P. Wittekind,
T. Froehle. E. Ludwig and
little Stephie Shaw, helps
to spread some Christmas
cheer to shut-in patients.
Making altar linens is a
MCAuley activity engaged
in by P. Wade. C, Firstos.
P. Hizer, D. Juengling and
-I. Von Rissen, a senior.
Mary Jo Merrill, '55 and a student at St. Francis Hospital
clescrihes a clay in the training of a practical nurse to Maureen Casey,
Jackie Day, Joan Von Rissen and Kathy Shannon on career night.
ercians Take Career In ventor
Jane Blank. Mary Ann Nemann and Pat Heflfron question Miss
Mary Catherine Hughes. Eflgecliff student. concerning college life.
"Dress is important in any careerf
declare Mr. Wm. Franz. Mrs. Syl-
via Lamb to L. Wetzel, M. Olding
The first week of March marked
the 26th annual Girls' Week in
Cincinnati. Every public, pa-
rochial and private school in
the city was represented and
engaged in the activities of
Girls' Week. "Girl and Her
Library Dayn was highlighted
by a tea at the Public Library.
Many of the representatives in
"Girl and Her Career" ap-
peared on television. Every girl
took part in a day's session of
Council on i'Girl and Her
City Day," the Week's climax.
Congratulations are extended by Mrs. Dolhey, councilwoman, to Rita
Martin as she took her seat on council on Girl and Her City Day.
Girls' eek, Cincinnati . X .
Hostesses Rosalie Buechler. Nancy Steltenpohl and Loraine Korte pose with Mrs. Louis
Shapiro. general chairman for Girls' Week, just before lunch at the Sheraton-Gibson.
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"Perf, brown-eyed" Mary Jo Owens is crowned queen at the Variety Show by
Katherine Westerkamm as the entire cast beams its whole-hearted approval.
Xe-niors, "This is Your Life "
An expectant hush filled the
hall, the variety show cast
hurnmed softly with K. West-
erkamm sweetly singing "Mo-
ments to Remember" and then
silence was broken as Mary Jo
Owens was escorted to her
"throne," The tiny queen
donned her crown of red roses
midst the applause and tears.
Pretty corsages were bestowed
on the lovely attendants Carole
Wagner and Brenda Baum-
gartner. The theme "This Is
Your Life" depicted the life of
the seniors from nursery school
up through their fourth and
final year at Mother of Mercy.
Horsey is ready for a "Louisiana Hayrideu with Marilyn
Krois. Pat Kopp. Janice Schlectingen, Peggy Waldeck. Nlary
Ann Steinle and Jackie Seibert decked-out for the event,
Seniors once went to a
nursery school and must
have had a teddy bear.
Toddlers with hears are
C. Kunz, A. Rehkamp,
R. Reising, M. Massa,
A. Jaspers, E. Rapien.
Bears are anonymous.
"This is a Very X ecial Day"
Mother's tales of yesterday bring on a re-
vival of the Charleston. "Hot-roddingn on
stage are M. J. Seiwert, R. Weil. C. Mass-
man, K. Hoar. M. Ryan and R. Schutte.
At the tender age of seven the seniors prob-
ably belonged to the "M0usekateers." Pretty
little mice are Clare Scherer, Shirley
Buechel. Mary Ann Lehr. Frances Albers,
Mary Jane Bietenduval and Lynne Brock-
haus, all of them loyal Mickey Mouse fans.
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"An enchanted evening!" describes
the perfect night of December 27 for
the Seniors. Their special world
apart found its setting at Twin Lan-
terns' Ballroom charmingly deco-
rated for the big event around the
color scheme of red and silver with
Silver Bells as the theme. Enchant-
ing was the word for lovely, dark-
haired Loraine Korte dressed in
holly red, as she reigned as queen
for the evening as she was crowned
by date, Eddie Adams. Dick Chris-
ten's orchestra provided dance music.
Dancing to a soft. dreamy melody are
Claire Peterman. Carole Klimper and
their escorts surrounded by happy
couples at the gala Christmas Ball.
Paul Wilmesg center. Bill Miller. Pat Bergman.
Dot Kohl. Carl Lahmeier: rear. Phyllis Bach.
Joe Williams. Chuck Kenniff and Sue Phelan.
Smiles say "thank you" as Sue Phelan. Mary
Lou Shroyer admire their lovely corsages from
their dates. Chuck Kennilif and Don Veerkamp.
Arriving for "a big
time" are Seniors
Shirley Schaible and
Mary Nieman with a
pair of "handsome"
escorts for the Prom
at the Roof Gardens.
Junior-Xe-nior Prom Mak es Memorles
Betty Heuerman. accompanied by Paul Bien. gives smiling., approval ae she
gets her attractive hlue and silver dance program with the sthool seal
To the strains of songs centered around
nocturnal subjects, Queen Mary Jo Owens
and her two lovely attendants, Carole Ann
Wagner and Brenda Baumgartner danced
the evening away with their "Prince Charm-
ings," Don Ruther and Walt Macaricco. At
the magical hour of midnight, midst a blare
of regal trumpets, our Queen, little Mary Jo
Owens, accepted her crown from Larry "Sal"
Salamone, honorary King for the evening.
The rest of the evening drifted quickly away
and the lucky girls tip-toed home to dream
of the thrill that comes once in a life-time.
In the years to come they will long re-
member "the loveliest night of the year."
Radiant in her pale yellow, Mary Jo
Owens is crowned by Larry Salamone
and our queen reigns for the night.
The Loveliest Night of the Year
Royalty poses for a picture at the Junior-Senior Prom.
Left to right are Don Ruther. Brenda Baumgartner, Larry
Salamone, Queen Mary Jo. Carole Wagner, Walt Macaricco.
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May 4 dawned gray and threatening but
hopeful Mercian hearts saw the sun break
through the clouds as the procession was
beginning. Headed by Donna Dutro,
school president, the student body and
faculty proceeded through the grounds
and then halted before the statue of Our
Lady on the front campus. The girls
stood in lines on either side as the attend-
ants, Jane Umberg, Carolyn Lorenz,
Margie Krummen and Mary Braeunig
wearing blue and white formals ap-
proached. The May Queen, Mary Franke,
in bridal gown and veil, then crowned
Our Lady's statue. Reverend Francis
Lehner, O.P., gave a brief tribute to our
Blessed Mother as a fitting climax to a
simply beautiful May Day observance.
Strains of "Bring Flowers of the Rarestn
break the stillness as Mary Franke places
a crown of red roses on the Blessed Virgin.
"Mary We Crown Thee Today "
In a picturesque spring setting Mary Braeunig, Margie Krummen. Jane Umberg, Carolyn
Lorenz sing Our Lady's praises as Mary Franke places the crown on the Blessed Virgin.
Graduation Mass is a memorable occasion.
Father Connell gives the Sacred Host to Pat
Bergmann. Gary Juengling is the server.
Senior Breakfast and we find Ellen Rhein,
Rosemary Rennick, Georgine Rennekamp
and Lois Rebold enjoying fresh strawberries.
"How do you think
l'll look?" asks C.
gown. B, Lietz and
J. A. Wilmes like
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Graduation is over. but the memory will linger on in the hearts of the Seniors. VVith "Pump and
Circiimstanc-0" echoing in the background. I. to r.. first row, Mary Jo Owens. Alice Tepe: secuml
row, Juan Von Rissen. Mary Louisa' Link, Marian 0'lVtera. Mary Rigacci. Mary' Louise Sliroyf-r
return tlirougli Mvrcyfs portals to say a last gfmmcltryt- and pack away their graduation attire.
For Seniors . . . Night to Remember
lfatlicr Kruum cuntors un D. Kohl. thc- Archhishup lVI1'Nicholas award given to the outstanding
senior ot' graduating class. Dotty also merited an award for outstanding work in the field of art.
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we express sincere appreciation. Mr. Fred Kathman, our type-
setter, deserves a special vote of thanks for his exact and
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attempts at copywriting, who redeemed our many failures and
praised our victories, always ready to supply "that word" to
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Sister, and may God bless you and protect you always. Flash!
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for unfailing effort in snapping those unforgetable moments
of which memories are made. To Osborne Photographers for
the excellent senior portraits and to J. Leo Gross for the
underclass pictures we owe a debt of gratitude. Last, but
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MERCY HOSPITAL SCHOGL OF NURSING
Roberra Thome gives some poinlers +o Mary Jane
Schare and Lois Rebold, prospeclive sfuclenfs.
Mercy l-lospiral School of Nursing offers ils
sruclenfs Theory and praclice in lhe clinical areas
of medicine, surgery. obs+e+rics, pediarrics, psy-
chialry, public healfh ancl Tuberculosis nursing.
BRUCK UNIFORM CO.
387 FOUFII1 Avenue
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK
OUTFITTERS OF SCHOOL APPAREL
MOTHER OF MERCY HIGH SCHOOL
THE CENTRAL FAIRMOUNT
BUILDING 81 LOAN CO.
36I6 Harrison Avenue I944 Harrison A
CHEVIOT, OHIO CINCINNATI I4 OHIO
OUR LADY OF CINCINNATI COLLEGE
EDGECLIFF WALNUT HILLS
A Four-Year COIIege IOr Young
Women under Ilwe dIrecIIOn OI The
SIsIers OI Mercy OI Ine Union,
Province OI CIncInnaIi.
Com pIimen'l's 'From
ST. MARGARET MARY CHURCH
Nor+h College Hill
FRIDAY NITE SOCIALS
The Mosi' A'H'rac1'ive On The
MENKE MGTOR SALES, INC
M E R C U R Y
Drive The Big M 'For '56
3500 HARRISON AVENUE CHEVIOT
Complefe Laundry 8: Dry Cleaning Service
Real Es+a+e Insurance
Cincinnafi 24, Ohio
JA I -7644 - 45 - 46
The Class of '56
4020 Jessup Road
Superior Die 8m Engineering
I708 Blue Rock S+ree1'
CINCINNATI 23, OHIO
for HEALTH and ECONGMY
TF C N B ssinq and Dorger, enjoy a
bo d lc f f OD
mg mink. :vs so I
BLESSING BROS. DAIRY
305l Blue Rock Road JA I-9835
Complefe Line of Dairy Producfs
BERTHA RACK 81 SON'S
EXCAVATING and GRADING
6058 Colerain Rd.
SCHRAMM 8i RUC-H, INC
II3 Easf l2I'h SI'reeI'
CINCINNATI I0, OHIO
Cabine+s Asphali' Tile
mi HARRISON ROAD
THE H. WEBER CO.
COAL and BUILDING MATERIALS
Blue Rock Sf. and B.8zO. R.R.
CINCINNATI 23, OHIO
CompIimen+s 3726 Kessen Ave. Cheviof, Ollio
Since I909 Operalors of Pinball
of a Machines And Olher
Coin Operaled Equipmenl
"Always Firsl' Wilh The Besl In
Coin Operaled Equipmen'r"
Phone MO I-5000
Four Moclern Jewelry Sfores
In Grea+er Cincinnali
J. C. HOCKETT CO.
FranIc's AuI'o Service
I846 BaI+imore Ave. - Opp. S+. Leo Church
Complefe Aulo and Truck Repairing
Ancl Aulo Painling
Norwood Cheviof WA I-5226
Madisonville M+. WasHing+on PVOP- " Frank Renwick
A L S C O
Sform Windows, Doors, and Awnings
Porch Enclosures and Jalousies
Represenlarive -W. J. Sanger
JA I-976I RE I-2002
SALES 84 SERVICE
We mainlain our own Service Dept
22I3 Cenfral Parkway, a+ Brigl1+on
CINCINNATI I4, OHIO
ATIAS MOTORS, INC.
DODGE, PLYMOUTH MOTOR CARS
C. F. Jung, Preside-nI'
342I MONTGOMERY RD.
New and Used
Fifrings and Valves
I562 Harrison Ave. af Queen Cify
Aloysius F. Jacob Sons
328I Kleeman Road
Cincinna'I'i II, Ohio HU I-6860
RECORDS SHEET MUSIC
PHOTOS OF ALL KINDS
36 E. 5+I'1 S+. on Founfain Square
Open 9 A.M. Io 9 P.M.
of all kinds, i'r's . . .
Fred S. Eveleigh Agcy.
4060 Runnym-ede Ave.
Phone KI I-9050
CINCINNATI 23, OHIO
FENTON RIGGING CO
Cincinnafi, Ohio MU I-l777
THE BURGER BREWING
A FINER BEER YEAR AFTER YIEAR
3340 GaIbrai+h Road - Groesbeclr
A Good Place To Bring The Family
SEALTEST MILK helps give you
a fresher complexion, aglow wirh 'rhe
beaufy of Good Healfh.
GET THE BEST-GET
MILK AND ICE CREAM
"IFS cool! l'r's refreshing! Jusr rEgh+ afrer a lo
ool dey," say R. Marin, C. Jung and P. Mersch
LAWRENCE R. HEYL
4432 Raceview Ave.
THE FIRST FEDERAL
SAVINGS 8: LOAN
Warsaw aI' Purcell Avenues
FOLDING 84 SET-UP PAPER BOXES
Phone: WA I-0934
JACOB BAUER'S SONS
BEEF - VEAL - LAMB
2870 Massachuseffs Avenue
CINCINNATI 25, OHIO
TEXACO SERVICE STATION
Werk and Glenmore
Learn To Drive
The Sale, Easy Way
On Aufomafic and Conveniional
Assured Driving School
KING BEE LEASING
CARS Xa TRUCKS LEASED
Daily - Weekly - Yearly
Sales and Service
Colerain 8: Springdale
WEbs+er I-I550- I-I55I
J. H. KARG PLUMBING
I6l7 W. Galbraifh Road
Telephone CHerry I-6550
The Chris Erhari'
Foundry and Machine
Nor+h College Hill
JA "ma MACHINE 'SHOP SERVICE
l237 W. Sixih S+. Cincinnaii 3, Ohio
A Subscriplion To The
WESTERN HILLS PRESS
, . "Your Home Newspaper"
Mosaic 8: Tale Company ,
ls a Communlly lnvesimenl
52.50 per year-delivered by mail
TERRAZZO -TlLE- MARBLE
l027 Broadway CHerry I-0234
Jusl' Call MO I-3200
THE WESTERN HILLS
Qualify Prin+ing-O'FFse1' 8: Le'Herpress
Congrafuiafions To The
Class Of I956
MR. and MRS. STANLEY LAFFERTY
THE ADLER COMPANY
ADLER CUDDLE PU PS
Cincinnafi I4, Ohio
5709 Glenway Ave.
DRIVE in FLORIST
99I NEEB ROAD
Near +he Coun+ry Club
FIRE AUTO A
2 PHONE MAm14s4 Og
Aiberi' F. Guefhiein
3654 Glenmore Ave., Chevioi' I I, Ohio co'
HU 1-7202 'Mltglg DEVICES
627 MAIN STREET
LIABiLITY BURGLARY CINCINNATI 3 qmg
Class of '56
GRUETER 81 SON
F U N E R A L H o M E
mfr and Glenway
CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE
SENIORS OF '56
A 8: B DEBURRING CO
I936 Wesfwood Avenue
UCONNELL gl GULF SERVICE
4I I0 HamiII'on Ave. Cincinnafi, Ohio
'640 Lionel Phone KI I-94I5
STREETS, SEWERS, GRADING
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR
You are probably doing a loT oT Thinlcing laTely abouT The lcind of
woman you wanT To be and wondering how To aTTain This goal.
THE COLLEGE OF MT. ST. JOSEPH
may be The answer To your problem. IT is concerned wiTh every aspecT
of sTudenT developmenT: inTellecTual, physical, emoTional, social, moral,
and spiriTual. ln a word, The paTTern Tor living aT The College is geared
To The need oT The world Tor inTelligenT, Thinking ChrisTian women, armed
wiTh Tirm convicTions.
The College oT lv1ounT ST. Joseph is iusT eighT miles Trom The hearT
oT CincinnaTi. IT is a Tully accrediTed liberal arTs college Tor women. lTs
academic sTandards are recognized. IT prepares iTs sTudenTs Tor careers
imporTanT To women and gives Them, as well, The broad culTural baclc-
ground oT a liberal educaTion.
For TurTher inTormaTion wriTe To
College oT MounT ST. Joseph on-The-Ohio
MounT ST. Joseph, Ohio
Sauerbrafen and Po'Ia'I'o Pancakes
Chicken and Sreak Dinners
M. Derrick, Prop.
Universify and Highland
The Seniors of '56
THE MT. HEALTHY
SAVINGS AND LOAN
752I Hamiilfon Ave.
MI. Healfhy, Ohio
RIGACCI'S ART WORKS
Manufacfurers of Fine Ari
I26-I28 Wes? Cour'r Sfreef
CHerry I-8 I 26 Cincinna+i, Ohio
Enjoy ConvenienI Shopping
55I6 Bridgefown Road
Ouaiiiy Foods Choice Meafs
MO I-6688 OPEN EVENINGS
S+. Boniface Church
Chase and Pi++s Sfs.
Msgr. John Henry Sxchwariz
S+. Bonaveniure Church
I798 Queen Cify Ave.
Rev. Grafian Meyer, O.F.iv1.
is W. I4+h s+fee+
"Your Financial Home"
SAVINGS 81 LOAN
Send 30- Findlay Mafke+ House Home omce: I732 vine S+., PA I-I452
Bricigeiownz 5500 Harrison Rcl.,
Wm. 8: Mary Hereford
Specialisl in Permanenl Waving
Correclive Hair Shaping 84 Siyling
Exclusive Agenl for "House of
8 I 34 Daly Rd. a+ Galbraifh WE I-2053
Joseph Peferman 8: Son
PLUMBING and HEATING
4025 S+. Mar'rin Place
Mr. 8: Mrs.
Roberi' G. Schaible
THE PAIDEAN CLUB
S+. AIoysius Gonzaga Church
PETER REBOLD 8: SON
Mary E. Rebold, '55 Lois A. Rebold. '56
3700 Glenmore Ave.
l7l2 Queen Cify Ave.
J. Herman Luebbe
LUEBBE SHOE STORE
"we H+ feef Io keep 'rhem H+"
s+. Lawrence cemef-Pfaee I-nu
CHOICE LOCATION PROPERTIES
HOMES AND INVESTMENTS
MI. Airy Area
Acreage For Developmenf Wan+ed
Phones KI I-00I2-KI I-2080
Schoening Machine Co. TO
THE SENIORS OF '56
T005 3' GAUGES Mi'I'zi-Lor Beaury Salon
590 Neeb Rd.
8033 Colerain Ave.
Building Maferials Co.
5439 Muddy Creek Road
MO I-0006 Cincinnaii 38, Ohio
A complefe line of building marerials
"Ins+an'r Service" since l9l2
Member of Allied Consiruciion Indus
lries and Home Builders Ass'n.
BUTTER - CHEESE
Nafional School of
Cosme+icians of a
:za E.6+hS+. En+ire 9+hFlQor, Reakin' Friend
Bldg. - Cincinnafi 2, Ohio
Free Employmenl Service To Our
1. yt... 1.
Mercy becomes a fairyland, loul i'r's "business as usual" for R. Werle and M. J. lvlaunlel
Complimenfs Jos. Day' Inc.
S+. Pa+rick Church and
3I43 Werlr Road
Rev. Msgr. Edward J. Creager
Paslor MO I-289I
The Ullimale in
"Por'rrai+s Tha+ Please"
5800 Cheviol' Road - WE I-3900
6lO6 HamiI+on Ave. - KI I-0075
Cincinna+i's Fines? Drugsfores
FRED THE TAILOR
ALTERATIONS DRY CLEANING
SUITS MADE TO MEASURE
3IO9 Harrison Ave.
WM. ENDERLEIN 81 CO., INC.
Car Lof Frui+s 8: Vegefables
2nd 8: Plum S+. Cincinna'I'i, Ohio
DU I-23 I0
BERTKE ELECTRIC CO., INC.
Chas. E. Bamme-fue
loso w. Eagh+h S+.
THE A. 81 E. BUTSCHA CO.
SHEET METAL EABRICATCRS
MR. 81 MRS. ALOIS T. BOLTE
HELEN'S BRIDAL SHOP
49I I Glenway Ave. WA I-2958
BRIDAL GOWNS VEILS BRIDESMAIDS
ST. BONAVENTU RE
I798 Queen Ci+y Ave.
Open Bowling: Safurdays 81 Sundays
For Reservaiions CaII WA I-9537
"We Cafer To Bowling Par+ies"
JOSEPH H. COORS
P L U M B I N G
2234 Schoedinger Avenue
CINCINNATI I4, OHIO
SAINT IGNATIUS PARISH
30I6 Cenhal Parkway
SUNOCO GAS and OIL LUBRICATION
THE FRED A. NEMANN
3747 Warsaw Ave.
"The Plumber Profecls The
Healfh of fhe Nafion
wifh good Sani'I'aI'ion"
ART PFAFF AND SON
wi-MTE VILLA e-ROCERIES MEATS
2951 Mmm Avenue
THE H. MEYER and SONS
HARRY MEYER 81 SONS
4989 Glenway Ave.
JOSEPH A. MEYER, Manager
Chevioi' Aerie F.O.E. No. ZI97
3807 Glenrnore Avenue
MO I -5795
BUSSE 81 BORGMANN CO.
Cenfral Parkway 8: Clifion Hills Avenue
MU I-I343 MU I-I344
Cincinnafi 23. Ohio
LOU'S PARKVIEW MARKET
GROCERIES MEATS PRODUCE
JA 1.6: 77 nor HamiI'I'on Ave.
MT. HEALTHY, OHIO
EDW. J. LEISGANG
SEEDS. FEEDS 84 FERTILIZER
4423 Bridgeiown Rd.
PAUL F. TEPE 8: SONS
FURNITURE -- UPHOLSTERINC5
MO I-I905 3306 Glenmore Ave.
THE GIFT 81 CARD SHOP
3615 Henieen Avenue
CHEVIOT nl, on-no
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE CO.
2535 Vine Stfincinnaii I9, Ohio
Local and Long Disfance Moving
PACKING CRATING STORING
Telephone AVon I-I775 - 76 - 77
Ageni' For Norfh American Van Lines
LOU KRONER 8. SONS
Chevioi - 3820 Nor+h Bend Road
Whi'Ie Oak- Blue Rock 8: Chevioi' Roads
Harrison and Glenmore Avenues
MOn+ana I-0480 CHEVIOT, OHIO
C. STEEL FOOD PRODUCTS
HORSERADISH, MUSTARD. PICKLES
632 TaIeI Sfreef KI I-l750
CINCINNATI 25, OH'IO
BEST WISHES. GRADUATES
EDITH'S STUDIO of DANCING
4995 Glenway Ave.
CINCINNATI 38, OHIO--GR I-8334
MO I-9794 3824 Nor'I'II Bend Road
PETER G-INZINGER. Proprie+or
JOS. FAIGLE 81 SONS
22I9 Quebec Ra.
MICHAEL F. HOFFMANN'S
2905 Jessamine S+. KI I-327s
of PONY KEG
J' 360l Harrison Ave.
M0 I-'5'4 HU I-75I3
acci aulroqrapiws cards for he-r lr'rHe snslrers, M. L. Sanders and E. Sciwrnudh af Jr T
PAUL R. YOUNG
Congra+ula+ions +o +l'1e Seniors of '56
from MT. HEALTHY
ST. MARTIN SAMATOURS R055
Ambulance Service Emergency
2073 Harrison Avenue
ZOI4 FREEMAN AVE.
The J. T. Ru+her 8: Sons Co.
Grade "A" Dairy Producis
KI I-0969 4I I4 Gordon S+ree+
Arfhur J. Wade Insurance Agency
W. J. WIRMEL 8: SONS
Halian "Hoagie" Sandwiches
and Ofher lfalian Dishes
Carry Ou+ Service - HU I-7784
3I I8 Colerain Ave. 6432 Chevio+ Rd.
KI 1,2595 JA 1,2375 24II Boudinoi' Ave.
SCHMIDT BROS. C0mP'5mef'+S
5455 Fox Road
CINCINNATI 24, OHIO
ST. MARGARET MARY P.T.A.
PAINT 8: WALL PAPER SHOPPE
MO I-4722 55I5 Bridgefown Rd.
SICKMAN'S GROCERY and
FRESH FRUITS. VEGETABLES.
and FROZEN FOODS
4932 Glenway Ave.
Phone WA I-4442
GUS JUENGLING 81 SONS,
2869 MassacI1useHs Ave.
CINCINNATI 25. OHIO
LUNKEN AIRPORT PLAYFIELD
and MASSASOIT CHEMICAL Co.
WESTERN HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
To make Kiddies happy is my business 4.41 Monfgomery Rd'
CARUSO AMUSEMENT CO.
J. 8: J. SUPER MARKET
GROCERIES MEATS PRODUCE
BEER 81 WINE
Open Daily 81 Sundays
5708 GIenway Ave. MO I-9737
RICHTER'S SERVICE STATION
2026 Harrison Ave.
Jusi' below Knorr Ave.
Sohio Producfs - Brakes and Tuneups
JOSEPH J. ROBERS
BUILDER OF FINER HOMES
5789 Colerain Ave., M+. Airy KI I-6539
SOHIO SERVICE STATION
Beekman 8: Hopple Sis.
CINCINNATI 25. OHIO
PETER E. BERGMAN
COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
250i Vine S+., corner of McMillan
Phone AVon I-42I2
N.E. Corner Glenmore 8: Monfana Aves.
Phone: MOn+ana I-28l0
HOLZHAUSER'S DEPT. STORE
7508 Hamilfon Ave. I82l Van Zandf Rcl.
JA I-6385 JA I-6658
SHOES ancl DRY GOODS
MI. Heal+hy Siore Open
Evenings Till 8:30 P.M.
372I Harrison Ave.
An Excellenl Place Io Dine and Drink
Privale Dining Room Available
Visii Our Lovely Camellia Room
H. H. KREIMER
Alieralions 8: Repairs
For Qualify and Service
SONTAG DRY CLEANERS
3006 Harrison Ave. Phone MO I-3230
Serving 'rhe Weslern Hills
'lor I9 Years
ALL OARMENTS INSURED
SEEGAR GLASS COMPANY
Auio Glass Replaced
Mirrors 81 Table Tops Cusiom Made
Shower 81 Tub Enclosures
Complele 8: Personal Service in Real Esiafe
Edward C. Gingerich, Broker
3967 Washingfon Ave.
Phone HIU I-8000
JAMES M. COX, Associaie
38I5 Nolan Ave.
Phone HU l-04I6
BENZ 81 RENNER
GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES
MEATS and FRESH POULTRY
AVon I-0333 LeRoy Kohl, Prop.
CALHOUN MEAT MARKET
WINE 81 BEER
For Finer Governmem' Inspecfed Mears
3627 Glenmore Ave.
MO I-4020 MO I-0268 POULTRY and FISH
WE DELIVER I32 Calhoun S+. Corryville
SHRIVER'S DRUG STORE
4905 Glenway Ave.
CINCINNATI 38, OHIO
For The Besr in Food, II's'rI'1e
3726 Harrison Ave.
GR I-432I MO I-9860 - For Orders To Go
M. E. SCHELL
DEPENDABLE LOCAL HAULING The Seniors of '56
LIGHT HEAVY 'IFOFTI
i683 Glen Parker Mr. 8: Mrs. Raymond F. Folz
CINTI. 23, OHIO KI I-4I89
MARTY'S FOOD SHOP
24I 3 Boudinoi' Ave.
HOME BAKED and BOILED HAM
KOSHER CORNED BEEF and SALAMI
BEER and WINE
Open 9:00 A.M. +0 IO:OO P.M.. Mon. 'rhru Sun.
Free Delivery HU I -3400
Cincinna+i's OIcIes+ Ford Dealer
CARS TRUCKS BUSES
6+h 8: Broadway
Mosi Versaiile oi Ins+rumen+s
Thorough course in Theory and
Technique, Classical or Modern
3842 Glenmore Ave. HU I-5632
Q Q of
2300 Harrison Avenue
MEINHARDT'S PONY KEG
BEER WINE MIXERS
WA I-9673 Delivery Service
4535 W. 8+I1 S'I'.
KASLEY ELECTRIC COMPANY
Commercial 8: Inclusirial Wiring
705 Wayne S+. Cincinnaii 6, Ohio
MT. HEALTHY PONY KEG
JACK'S FOOD MARKET
I675 WesI'woocI Ave.
WE DELIVER -WA I-9760
HOERST'S FOOD MARKET
"OuaIi+y Is Economy"
OUALITY GROCERIES 84 CHOICE MEATS
FRUITS 81 VEGETABLES
3720 Woodbine, a+ Trevor Avenue
GROCERIES MEATS VEGETABLES
Carson 8. Harding CHEVIOT
AUG. CARUSO 81 SONS
i Wholesale Eruils 8: Veqelables
EXCAVATING GRADING l
J. KIEFER AND SON
2ncI 8: Elm S+s. CH I-3535
49I5 Blue Rock Rd. JA I-4463
I CINCINNATI, OHIO
EARL J. HILVERS
A IvIan's Slore since Iwenly-Eour
2724 Colerain Avenue
. Hamilion a+ Cedar COLLEGE HILL
Help 'rI'ne Missions. Buy a clnancef' is Il1e plea of lvl. J. Sclnuerrnan, J. Hood and R. M. Ornella
WILBUR T. KELLER
B u i I d e r
WILL BUI-LD TO SUIT
3525 Howdy Cour'I'
Kessing's Hardware S'I'ore
5535 Colerain Ave. KI I-I I44
Mf. Airy - Cincinnaii 24, Ohio
JEAN'S FOOD SHOP
Evelyn and Gus Riser. Proprielors
32l3 Harrison af Boudlinol'
"KEEP Us IN MIND"
Convenien+Iy Open Daily Io IO P.M.
Sundays and Holidays
ST. ANTHONY MESSENGER
The Naiional Calholic Family Magazine
Helps GOOD Families Grow BETTER
Published Monfhly by
The Franciscan Fa+hers
I6I5 Republic S+., Cincinnafi I0, Ohio
340,-OOO Subscribers - 54.00 per year
MONTANA a. HARRISON
THE CLASS OF '56
FREY ELECTRIC CO.
5704 Cheviof Road
WM. HOFMANN 81 SONS
Qualify Since I905
PAINTERS 8: DECORATORS
Cincinnati I4, Ohio
Phone WA I-2850
ED. SCHMITT, JEWELER
WM. A. EFFLER HARDWOOD FLOOR CONTRACTOR
FLOCRS and STAIRS REEINISHEIJ
JEWELRY and GIFTS
39I8 Grace Ave.
COLLEGE HILL MT. HEALTHY
LOOK-N-BUY VARIETY SHOP
C0mPIImen+S 4023 Race Ra.
of a CINCINNATI II, OHIO
Friend MO I.z232
Louise Koehler IProp.I
ST. CATHERINE PARISH
3406 Gienmore Ave.
Wedding, BirThcIay 31 Parfy Cakes Io Order
CAM-RITE MFG. CO.
Cincinnaii I I, Ohio
BUILDERS and GENERAL CONTRACTORS
The famous Schrand "Ranche++es"
292I Losan+iviIIe Avenue
ME I-0935 Cincinnafi I3, Ohio
I229 WaInuI SI.
Prop. - Les Black - CH I-9640
LUDWIG-'S SHOE STORES
COLLEGE HILL MT. HEALTHY
WI I-2330 CLEVES, OHIO
RAYMOND H. LUNNE
6640 Bridge+own Road
CINCINNATI II, OHIO
ACCOUNTING 2. BOOKKEEPING SERVICE
THE D. H. WILLEY
LUMBER and MILLWORK
MO I-I250 5535 GIenway Avenue
CINCINNATI 38, OHIO
ROOT 81 SIIeeT Iv1eTaI Repairing
WM. KRAMER 8: SON
ROOFING and SHEET METAL
5472 Glenway Avenue
CINCINNATI II. OHIO
CITIZENS DISCOUNT CORP.
Aufo Loans.. .Sales Financing . . . Personal
3320 Harrison Avenue
MO I-4040 Cincinna+i I I, Ohio
ED. WISSEL MOTORS, INC.
Your WesTern Hills
2300 Ferguson Ave. MO I-7500
PAUL H. ROHE CO., INC.
P.O. Box 67 AURORA, IND.
CARPET and LINOLEUM
WEST HILLS FLOORING CO.
3407 Harrison Avenue
The Spring Garden
Loan 8: Building Co.
3'!z Zn Currenf Dividend
HARRISON 81 WESTWOOD AVE.
4255 HARRISON AVENUE
Cincinna'I-i II, Ohio
GENE STENGER 8: SONS
JAcItson I-I3I7 5940 Sheifs Rd.
Cincinnari 3I, Ohio
TOM'S AUTO SERVICE
CHRYSLER 81 PLYMOUTH DEALER
3I I0 Harrison Ave.
JOHN STEHLIN 81 SONS
HOME MADE SAUSAGE
Made Ifs Way By The Way I+'s Made
Phone JA I-6I64 Bevis, Ohio
ELIAS FOOD MARKET
CHOICE MEATS QUALITY FOODS
5834 Glenway Avenue MO I-7842
PURE OIL SERVICE
Harrison 8: Rai-Ierman
MOn+ana I-96I4 Cincinnari, Ohio
W. R. 8: W. W. JUDD, INC
323 E. Fourih S+.
THE C. EBERLE SONS CO.
300 Wes? Sixfh S+ree1'
The REXALL Sfore
Harrison ar Moniana Aves.
MO I-9853 - 9797 - 5797
4306 Colerain Avenue
Schmidi Bros.-PAINTERS 8: DECORATORS
FRANK R. SCHMIDT, Owner
Inferior 8: Exierior - Residenfial - Comm'l
5455 Fox KI I-2889
HARVEY'S BAKE SHOP
3863 Glenmore Ave.
Rye Bread a SPECIALTY
MACKE'S FOOD MARKET
WA I-I I25
5059 Glenway Ave.
,---.qty-Y . ,
. - ' II
eII9,IaIIII2S W III W
222 EAST OHIO sneer 'INDIANAPOLIS 6, INDIANA
4927 Glenway Ave., WA 1-5777
BALTIMORE AVE. LOAN 81 BLDG. CO.
1854 Baltimore Ave., WA 1-8573
1191 East Galbraith, JA 1-5565
BEECO MONUMENT COMPANY
J. W. O'Connor, KI 1-0447
BERTA'S BEAUTY SALON
5039 Glenway, WA 1-9759
BESSLER'S SERVICE STATION
Dent, Ohio, MO 1-9864
BETTY LEE BEAUTY SHOP
6017 Hamilton Ave., KI 1-9701
BILL BAILEY TAVERN
538 Main St., PA 1-9184
BlLL'S PARKVIEW MARKET
1767 Queen City Ave., WA 1-9445
1810 Galbraith Rd., JA 1-9034
CARLL ST. CAFE
1784 Carll St., WA 1-9841
CEClLlA'S BEAUTY SHOP
3389 Applegate Ave., HU 1-2575
CHARLENE BAKE SHOP
4472 W. 8th St., GR 1-1706
CHARLlE'S SERVICE STATION
Hopple 8- Beekman, KI 1-9689
5773 Harrison Ave., MO 1-3749
7012 Springdale Rd., WI 1-1906
5100 Sidney Rd., GR 1-6987
4515 West Eighth St., WA I-1965
DAY'S FOOD MARKET
2556 Beekman St., WA 1-9534
THE DEMING PHARMACY
Galbraith Rd. 81 Bake, JA 1-7938
DITTMAN 8- MEYER INC.
1581 Central Ave., CH 1-4302
1789 Baltimore Ave., WA 1-9514
DUCHESS BEAUTY SHOP
3682 Eyrich, HU 1-3366
4309 Colerain Ave., KI 1-1955
7077 Harrison Rd., WI 1-3042
4501 W. Eighth St., WA 1-9795
FREY'S FOOD MARKET
Springdale Rd., Peach Grove
GIL FLICK SALES 8- SERVICE
7074 Harrison Ave., WI 1-0505
GERTH MEAT MARKET
3904 Harrison Ave., MO 1-2802
4118 Bridgetown Rd., MO 1-9884
GLENMORE SHELL SERVICE
Glenmore 8. Dina, MO 1-9761
3609 Harrison Ave., MO 1-0115
HAMILTON AVE. DRY CLEANERS
4575 Hamilton Ave., KI 1-4644
HARRY'S BARBER SHOP
Corner of Fergus 8- Chase, KI 1-1297
1900 Fairmount Ave., WA 1-9675
3722 Harrison Ave., MO 1-1434
5047 Glenway Ave., GR 1-5330
HITCHING POST DRVE-IN
4320 Harrison Ave., MO 1-1334
1673 Westwood Ave., WA 1-9619
VIC HONNIGFORD lContractorI
3663 Paramount Ridge, JA 1-6666
JACK'S PONY KEG
5513 Bridgetown Rd., HU 1-6744
E. J. PAINT 81 WALLPAPER STORE
4105 Harrison Ave., MO 1-1159
5136 Glenway Ave., GR 1-0454
5838 Glenway Ave., MO 1-5044
4914 Glenway Ave., WA 1-9800
KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN AUX. 247
Grace 8. Galbraith
KOCH Embroidery and Pleating Shop
413 Race St., MA 1-2352
MR. WM. KRIMPELMAN
3741 Darwin Ave., MO 1-2827
BUSINESS PATRONS IConl'inuedI
GROVER P. KUCHENBUCH Ins. Agcy.
3741 Glenmore Ave., MO 1-4328
LA BELLE BEAUTY SHOP
4103 Harrison Ave., MO 1-9292
LAUB BEAUTY SHOP
3721 Boomer Road, HU 1-3113
LICK RUN SAVINGS 8. LOAN
Bridgetown 8. Eyrich Rd., MO 1-6622
V. LINGARDO REAL ESTATE CO.
1449 Harrison Ave., GR 1-2722
McATEE AUTO SERVICE
Bridgetown 8. Shady Lane, WI 1-9827
H. W. MEIER
Race 8. McMicken Ave., CH 1-2540
Harrison 8. Race Rd., MO 1-2361
CHAS. A. MILLER SONS
4138 Hamilton Ave., KI 1-0040
2955 Montana Ave., MO 1-0098
NEW ENGLAND HAT MFG. CO.
118 East Sixth St., PA 1-1949
1570 Chase St., KI 1-6034
3930 Glenway Ave., WA 1-9756
HARRY PIEPMEIER, FLORIST
5800 Filview Circle, MO 1-3475
REUPERT HEATING CO.
5201 Crookshank Rd., MO 1-7754
3222 McHenry Rd., MO 1-9720
3746 Glenmore Ave., MO 1-9880
3283 Werk Road
5815 Bridgetown, MO 1-9621
THE SHOE CRAFT
SIEBEIN BARBER SHOP
Glenway 8. Heuwerth
MRS. R. SIEMER
SAN ANTONIO CHURCH
Queen City Avenue 8. White St.
STAHLMANN FOOD MARKET
539 West 5th Street, PA 1-9190
STAR MOVING 8. STORAGE CO.
1030 Ross Ave., WA 1-4141
STEVEN'S FOOD MARKET
1942 Queen City Ave., WA 1-9789
MR. G. STRASSELL
3604 Allview Circle
SUBURBAN FOOD MARKET
1512 Harrison Ave., GR 1-4432
SUNNY HOLLOW INN
3833 Applegate Ave., MO 1-1098
SUPERIOR SERVICE COMPANY
3520 Harrison Ave., MO 1-5974
TARGET SPORT SHOP
Mack, Ohio, MO 1-9930
TERRY-WAYNE VARIETY SHOPPE
1183 Galbraith 8. Daly, WE 1-3024
3800 Woodbine Ave., MO 1-9681
FRED UNGER'S SONS
3512 Harrison Ave., MO 1-0320
ULLRICH'S DRUG STORE
VALLEY HARDWARE CO.
6216 Vine St., VA 1-0420
WALTER'S FOOD MARKET
6710 Savannah, JA 1-6927
Westwood Beauty 8. Barber Studio
2457 Harrison Ave., MO 1-9850
WEST HILL FOOD MARKET
4490 Harrison Ave., MO 1-9716
3323 Wunder Ave., MO 1-0820
WRIGHT DRY CLEANING PLANT
4273 Harrison Ave., MO 1-2525
HAP WULLENWEBER GROCERY
5201 North Bend Rd., MO 1-6951
1953 Queen City Ave., WA 1-9604
JOHN YASS GARAGE
3832 Applegate Ave., MO 1-5790
1756 Queen City Ave., WA 1-5922
Compliments of E. B.
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MR. 8. MRS. FRANK BACHMAN
MR. 8. MRS. JOHN BAUER
MR. 8- MRS BERGER
MR. 8. MRS NORBERT BERGMANN
MR. 8. MRS L. M. BIRCK
MR. 8- MRS
MR. 8. MRS. L. R. KOENINGER
MR. 8. MRS. DONALD KUNZ
MR. 8. MRS. ALBERT J. LUCHTE
MR. 8. MRS. WILLIAM CANNON
MR. 8. MRS. HENRY DECHANT
MR. 8. MRS. JAMES K. FOGELMAN
MR. JACOB GEISER
MR. MICHAEL GEISER
GENE 8. CECIL
MR. 8. MRS. GINN
JOSEPH R. GODAR
MR. 8- MRS. RAY S. GODAR
MR. 8. MRS. C. HEFFRON
MR. 8- MRS. GEORGE HELMER
MR. 8. MRS. EDWARD E. JAMES
MR. 8. MRS. CLARENCE KIRCHGESSNER
MR. 8. MRS. WALTER KNAUBER
MRS. RUTH KOEHLER
MR. 8. MRS
MR. 8. MRS
MR. 8. MRS.
MR. 8. MRS
MR. 8. MRS
FRANK T. MUENICH
MRS. BERTINA O'MERA
MR. 8. MRS. CHARLES B. O'MERA
MISS CELESTE PEETZ
MR. 8. MRS JAMES F. PHELAN
MR. 8. MRS. HENRY E. RHEIN, JR.
MR. 8. MRS PETER SCHAMER
MR. 8. MRS. ED SCHMITT
MR. 8. MRS. RAYMOND SHANNON
MR. 8. MRS.
CHARLES E. TIPPS
ARTHUR R. THOMPSON
MR. 8. MRS. C. R. VERKAMP
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Advent Program ,,..,.
Academic Division ,,..,.....,,,, 14-15
Athletic Division ,,.i,
Bott, Joan ..,,,,,A..
Career Night ....,,,,,,i
Christmas Ball .,...,..,
Class Division ,,,v,,
Home Nursing ...,.,..
World History ......,A..,..,...... 18
Connell, Rev. Thos. ..10, 123, 125
Connors, Rev. Martin, O.P .,,., 109
Books Sz Magazines ..,,..,..... 109
Jamaica Jump ,s,Y...o,...,.,,,.,t 49
Mission Bazaar ,........s,. 32, 108
Mission Day Mass ,,,,,,,,.,.,. 108
Speech Contest ...,,,,,..
Freshman-Soph. Plays .,Yi,. 99
Gold Medalists .A..,....Y,,,,,,A... 98
Mercy-Elder Play ,...A..... 96-97
Rockabye Baby ,,,.,..s,,,,,, 92-93
Senior Class Play ..,,,Ytt... 94-95
Dolbey, Mrs. Dorothy,
Councilwoman ....Y......... 18, 115
Driscoll, Rev. James, O.P...11, 16
End-of-Year Activities ,,.A,.,., 123
Faculty .,,,.,,,,,,,..,..,,,,,,,.....,,,,, 11-13
Sisters .,,rr........,, ....... 1 2
Lay Teachers .,,,, ....,,, 1 3
Priests ..,rY,,...... A....., 1 1
Fashion Show A.,,,A.
Fatima Procession s..,,,s, ...s.. 1 06
Freshman Orientation Yco.. 36, 61
Girls' Week ,,c.,,..,,,,,,,..... r,.,,, 1 15
Gleanings ..,,,, .....,,,, 9 0-91
Graduation ,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,....,,,,, 1 24- 125
Klocker, Rev. Henry ,,,A,...,,,,, 108
Kroum, Rev. Albert ,,.,,., 124-125
Lehner, Rev. Francis, O.P. 11, 16
Majerowski, Rev. L. A., S.J. 110
Majorettes ,....... ........... ....,.. 8 5
May Crowning ,.,......,,,,.c,,....,,, 122
McAuley Club Activities .112-113
Advent Musical .,c......,.,.,.... 102
All American Musical ,..,,,,, 103
Orchestra ....c,....,.., 100-101, 103
Spring Concert ....,.,,.... 104-105
St. Cecilia Recital ,r....,.,,,,,. 57
Book Club ..,...,....c..,,,.,,,,,,,,,r 71
C.S.M.C. ..,,, ,
Future Nurses .,c.oc,.
G.A.A. ,,..,r...,,...,,,,, ,
Latin Club ......,,.,,V
Masque 8a Gavel ,,..,,
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N.M.H.S. ,.,.,..,..... ,
Red Cross ........c
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Science Club ..,,,,.,
Spanish Club ,,....,,
Theta Arte Society c.......,,,,.c 70
Patrons ....,,,..,. ....,,,, 1 74- 1 76
Postulants .,.... ...,.....,.,....... 48
Prom ,,,,,.... .....,. 5 1, 120-121
Retreat ..,,..,.........,,........,.....,..... 110
Roddy, Rt. Rev. Mons.
Walter ..,,,,,......,,..,.,.........,,,,, 125
Ryan, Rt. Rev. Mons. Carl J. 58
Science Awards ,,....,..,,,,,,,, 59, 111
Seniors ......,...........,,,,,,,,,r.,... 29-49
Streb, Brother Henry,
Thank-You Page ...,o...
Title Page ,.........,,,,
Freshmen ....,.,........,.....,.,.. 62-65
Variety Show ,..... 49, 50, 116-117
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