Mother of Mercy High School - Mercywood Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

 - Class of 1957

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Qgfx QT '75 S1 ,. .A 3 k my 7' 45 A u, ,fa Q V ,,,3, , ,M Y. Ny ik 'f , f , M , A.,..1g,f .ma is - V 31222,55A-,wgffiixvx A X ' 5Af: f' . UQN 'f."u'?x -3' nfl ' A 5'+f"!'i3'xf if f X , Q W - - - lovely Queen City of the West replete with pictorial beauty. C I N C I N N A T I, city of rolling hills bordered by the Beautiful Ohio, is the focal point of my scholastic life, spiritual activities and civic enterprises. -1 The newly renovated Cathedral is a symbol Tyler Davidson Memorial Fountain with sparkling water o religion IN th? CGIITSI of 1 busy Cl cascading in nighlliine rainbows is an inspiring scene. l"ientuCky's shore is a mixture of the old world and the new. , W 'RW 4 , , 'lm lg F -ii Mi llllll 1 as A. f .1 S 1 ' 1' l 'STFI P' wfnumwr - Min-1 My primary purpose throughout my entire high school days greets me every morning from the East Wing in the tree-shadowed inscription, "Let thy heart apply itself to instruction." Proverbs. this is my school . . .a beautfur building in park-like surroundings of evergreens and flowers. But it is much more than just a building. Inside these Walls I meet pleasant guides who direct me in my courses and aid me in solving my problems. Here I form lasting friendships to brighten my school days. The heart of my school is its peaceful Chapel calling me to frequent prayer and radiating tranquility over all. 6 fn' luxkg ,X 'S x Z K 9 Wx , ' 25 Qin, Ely, 'N ,Q 1 .E .Q Q I' X X XQQI V , 2 is NNN , K W 2 I :iv 1 gig 7,3 - 3 A 1 'LK' A af K Mx. f g ' V fu' J L - MJ,--ugh xx , . 2 ' Q rd-L . Q ,ei --I.. f H.. Q f.-Jw. Q Q- , txl-' A ln 72 V E 'ln Ass ,N ' i . . 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THIS IS MY SCHOOL with spiritual guides . spiritual fathers to vivify the foundations of my faith, to aid me in resolving my difficulties according to my religious convictions, to encourage me along life's pathways in my search for eternal happiness K.: 1 a j, 1 1 i LK n 'l T T X xx X x 1 V X if . -, in L 'HQ 1" X- "Dominus vobiscum," chants Father Connell as he offers the Wednesday morning Mass for vocations. FATHER THOMAS CONNELL Chaplain Father Thomas Connell, Mercy's beloved chaplain for more than a quarter of a century, poses near one of his favorite pictures. Father has a special spot in his heart for his many spiritual daughters. IO FATHER CARL LIZZA Senior Religion Father Lizza, zealous senior religion teacher, brought to his classes a jovial disposition and a genuine spirit ot friendly, Christ-like assistance, aww., W. FATHER JOHN BENSMAN Sophomore Religion Father Bensman, an assistant pastor at St. Martin parish in Cheviot, teaches two sophomore religion classes at M.M.H. 11 THIS IS MY SCHCOL.. . . . Religious teachers dedicated to the education of young Americans The Sisters of Mercy, God's valiant Women, strive by their daily example to instruct me in the Mercy way of life SISTER MARY CELINE, R.S.M. Superior SISTER MARY EMILY, R.S.M. Principal SISTER MARY ADELE, R.S.M. Librarian Book Club Moderator SISTER MARY ALOYSE, R.S.M. Glee Club, Music Future Nurses Club Moderator SISTER MARY AMADEUS, R.S.M. Junior Home Room English, Physics, Religion Triple A.C. Moderator SISTER MARY CARLOS, R.S.M. English, Dramatic Art Masque 81 Gavel Moderator SISTER MARY CELESTINE, R.S.M Senior Home Room Latin Latin Club Moderator SISTER MARY DE SALES, R.S.M. Latin SISTER MARY EDWINA, R.S.M. Sophomore Home Room Religion, Music SISTER MARY EUPHRASIA, R.S.M Accounting Department SISTER MARY HAROLD, R.S.M. Junior Home Room Religion, English, Chemistry C.S.M.C. Moderator SISTER MARY HENRIETTA, R.S.M. Freshman Home Room Mathematics SISTER MARY IGNACE, R.S.M. Freshman Home Room Religion, English SISTER MARY JARLATH, R.S.M. Sophomore Home Room Religion, Geometry SISTER MARY JEANNE d'ARC, R.S.M. Senior Home Room Problems of Democracy Mercywood Adviser SISTER MARY JOSEPH, R.S.M. Sophomore Home Room Biology, Mathematics Nat. Math. Hon. Society Moderator SISTER LORETTO MARIE, R.S.M. Senior Home Room Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typing ,127-",, ,!'! I f fl SISTER MARY MAURA, R.S.M. Freshman Home Room Art Theta Art Society Moderator SISTER MARY PERPETUA, R.S.M. Senior Home Room English, Religion Gleanings Moderator Mother McAuley Lay Apostolate SISTER MARY PROTASE, R.S.M. Freshman Home Room Religion, English Mother McAuley Lay Apostolate SISTER MARY REGINALD, R.S.M. Junior Home Room Typing, Office Practice SISTER MARY SERAPHIA, R.S.M. Freshman Home Room Religion, Mathematics G.A.A. Moderator Moderator Moderator THIS IS MY SCHOOL.. with knowledge dnd charity knowledge of physical and spiritual health, of science and the arts, of language and culture intertwined with God's love, based on His laws and imparted by both religious and lay teachers who have sacrificed that I may know truth. Lay teachers pose ior a picture. Seated, l. io r., are the Misses Kemper, Wenke, Von Holle, Schwach Decker and Barrett, standing, l. to r., Miss Martino, Mrs. Gusweiler, Mrs. Cunningham and Miss Pulskamp 14 MISS ELEANOR BARRETT- proud possessor of a senior homeroom-delights in teaching English and world history-sees the U.S.A. in her Chevrolet -sports a "green thumb"-dotes on good jewelry-graduated from Our Lady ot Cincinnati College-achieved B.A. degree. MRS. JEANNE CUNNINGHAM - claims U.C. as her alma mater-tormerly associated with the Kroger Food Bureau-instructs cooking classes-experienced in preparing tood for television commercials of all kinds- oiten receives praises from her family for tempting dishes. MISS SUSAN DECKER- planning a dream vacation in Europe-gave GAA a new look-eager and ready to help build up athletic department- experienced in sailing the seven seas in her very own prize possession-attended Indiana U.-physical education major. MRS. HATHRYN GUSWEILER- has two professions-practiced law-turned to teaching when crisis became acute-teaches shorthand I, typing I-travels extensively in Europe-attended University ot Cincinnati, University of Columbia in New York and Barnard College. MISS CARYL KEMPER- teaches Mercians the art ot sewing-is an expert seamstress and a whiz with needle and thread-has a knack for creating fashions-proudly claims Our Lady of Cincinnati College as alma mater-majored in general home economics at O.L.C. MISS MARIE MARTINO - has a sophomore homeroom tor a prized possession-teaches "With a Song in Her Heart" and a book in hand-delights in teaching French, Spanish and English Il-moderates the French and Spanish Clubs-graduated trom Marian College. MISS DULAH PULSKAMP - delights in creating characters-field ol dramatic art is her specialty-favorite pastime, studying people-attended the Schuster-Martin School, teaches freshman and sophomore dramatic students-received a degree from School of Speech. MISS ESTHER SCHWACH- makes American history live in her class-junior homeroom teacher-helps the debating club gain its many victories by being the club's moderator-lends a hand to prom atiairs- received her degree from Mt. St. .Ioseph College, Cincinnati. MISS CAROL VON HOLLE - teaches biology and general science-enjoys her sophomore homeroom-likes sewing and making her clothes-delights in reading good books-is moderator of the Safety Club and Red Cross-claims Villa Madonna College as her alma mater. MISS ANN WENHE- has a junior homeroom-teaches "future homemakers" the do's and don't's of homemaking-assists with work ofthe Red Cross-dotes on three very important "S's"-sewing, skating and swimming-alumna of Mt. St. Joseph College, Cincinnati. Friends, old and new, find the rustic arbor with its abundance of fragrant red rambler roses is a delightful spot for sharing pleasant memories and then dreaming dreams of an enchanting future. THIS IS MY SCHOOL. and friendships to treasure . . . friends .' L-1:5-Q-3: ?-qi - 7-5 -vi -Q . ,V ' V Afxilfxdtfx P ' '- ' 'X XA , L GZ if-f ' X - f X .C A ' "3 - 1 gQvX:, in -iq, .ssr N 99' 11' 'fi-1 i "fi ikx 'im fbys' 2' L, J: ' 13" 'Q - -fs - ,,- 5 - 14: . 'P W!!! "' who put that "extra special" something in my school life by their co-operation, loyalty and love. I will never forget my fellow Mercians, although at graduation our paths may part and never cross again. In memory I will always treasure and cherish the friends and friendships I acquired at M. M. H. 16 4. ,,f"" .K jf ' . -f k xii' f 'Qu f ff Q' ' X . of nr x Qi Ax n X, , 5 haf mar Q N' ,, s . "',:, , X: L, 1, " 'Q' ",22 .::.4 Z H ':'fQQ2:1:,:, Q ai -,!v :,, ....,:,.:, E E .:, N , Q. 5 . . X .,..- V bf .,,,.,.,,:.:::::. . was X QB ..V:...::.: Q sw M -QNX x ,wx X1 Nm.. if 131 x ,..X...x..f . sf 4 THIS IS MY SCHOOL... and events that We all shared . events that varied from the brilliani solemniiy of I-'oriy Hours Adoraiion to the friendly hilarity of the junior variety show, events become special occasions because my classmates shared Ihem with me, making my joy replete. Gleaming gold Monstrance on a flower-banked altar is the prayer center of a Mercy honor guard Q nazi 9 ei lass l l Ale cmcmum us. PROVINCE on mr: TW We celebrate the R.S.M.'s 125th anniversary with ari K P M Y and an original pageant. l ll x X. H, Ye Old Book Shop makes its contribution to the mission cause by collecting books to be sent to foreign lands. Roses to crown a lovely lady as prom queen marked the grand finale of a successful variety show 'if' "' , ff M. , -..W I I THIS IS MY SCHOOL AND the academics . . . As I become acquainted with the arts and sciences, acquire a knowledge of mathematics and business, gain a broader understanding of history and a more profound appreciation of eternal religious truths, Isaywithpride, "THIS IS MY SCHOOL". 20 si- 'gg xx wx A as Q5 wiv QW :,.: Q 53 -:acfwgs-f. ' A Q H fx New X x W' 'ifxxgg QA i f 'Q -Q X Fixx A xfkwx-1, x, .. Xxx . :X kxxz . 3 my .X N , 'T M x 'e Father Carl Lizza, senior religion teacher, convinces Joanne Lehan, Carolyn Streit, Joan Tenoever, Mary Jane Bietenduval and Laverne McArthur that he has the correct answers to all their problems packed away in his "little black briefcase PREPARING FOR HAPPINESS Pouring the water, Father Bensinan pronounces the words of Baptism as P. Sciarra and K. Owens hold the baby with Father Lizza explaining. ""'m, 22 "Let thy heart apply itself to ine struction." The instruction of our minds and hearts in the spirit of Catholicity enables each Mercian to embark on her lite's work well prepared. She gains a knowledge of her God, her Faith and her Church which are invaluable in her lite. In religion classes she not only becomes familiar with the basic truths ot her Faith, but gains an appreciation ot the superb beauty ot Catholicity. ls it any wonder that from the heart ot every true Mercy girl come three words, "Thank you, Lord!" With the blast ot the toy trumpet, Robin of Lockesley and his merry men march into the freshman English class on the recording inarle by .ludy Budde, Joanne Weitz, Celeste Fry and, standing, Arlene Heyob, Mary Mittendort, Donna Bnttelwerth, Judy Franz. ROBIN MEETS THE MERRY MAIDS Are you disturbed by clauses? Do phrases bother you? Well, the best cure for the situation is a basic knowledge ot English which is purchased exclusively here at M.M.H. The price? Why, all that's required is to have a high incentive to master the subject. Then use your mastery of the subject and explore the two worlds of romanticism and realism in literature classes. You will soon find that Shakespeare and Poe knew quite a bit about phrases and clauses. Wouldn't you like to know about them, too! Pin-pointing the homes ot great American authors is C. Bunker as J, Lehrter, C. Buning, L. Henke, M. H. McElroy and J. Karwisch give all their attention. so sk 'K 'Tl 'xv.r"'s,N' 2 3 ALL ABOARD THE HISTORY LIMITED Discovering?? No, Diane Ruehrwein is traveling toward Beautiful Ohio with N. Carey and B. Miller as guides. "All aboard! The History Limited is leaving on track one!" - Opening their books the passengers find the first stop is Paradise and Creation, which marks the dawn of existence. Centuries of peace and strife pass by, until they finally arrive at Portugal in 1492. Sailing across the ocean with Columbus, they witness the start of a great nation. The sight-seers watch the freedom-loving people emerge from countless toils, trials and hardships to fashion the powerful and lasting democracy of America. "The last stop-Modern America!" And the enlightened travelers come home ready to observe and to weigh the problems and many complexities of their own government of today. "For adventure galore, why not step on board!" "Good citizens always vote To vote one inust register says senior Civics student Deanna Tobin as Yvonne Be rn signs her John Hancock M C. Ferguson, EBI day guest BFIJTOVQS Out tnOClC e:lSCtlOti JOY IN CREATION OF BEAUTY Talented tingers and painstaking labor are the magic needed to produce the graceful ceramics being created by .ludy Campbell and .loanne Kathman in the junior art class. Tuning her magic violin is .lanalee Lulcen as her fellow artists S. Schroeder, M. P. Wenning, Georgia Lutterbei apply splashes of color to papier-mache instruments to bring home glory by winning tirst prize in the Symphony Orchestra's craft exhibit. Give Miss Mercy a paint brush, easel and paints and away she will go to create a masterpiece ot beauty. In art classes she also learns that it takes more than a paint brush to achieve that fine, deft artistry ot a professional. The artists "to be" at M. M. H. travel from perspective and pen and ink drawings to sculpturing, lettering and original painting on their highly satisfying journey in the sphere of artistic endeavor. Ah! The rewards that paints and paint brushes will reap tor you. 'rx f-Auf Q "Whether it's cold or whether it's hot"-Deanna Dutro and .ludy Perez will study prevailing weather conditions in physics lab. From baby days and mud pies these sophomores have graduated to soil Conserv SCIENCE AND. Success," Deanna s eins to siy is she and Elaine: Ludwig experiment with the process of ionization in cheruistiy. Delve into the unknown! Combine compounds and elements! Disect a minute insect! It you are interested, Miss Mercy Scientist, just go up the steps and around the corner to our science labs. There is opened to you the worlds of biology, physics and chemistry, You will meet many new interesting facts and before the year comes to an end, you'll be capable of delving, combining, and disecting without any really serious casualties. ation and mineral elements needed tor plant growth. Proudly exhibiting prize-winning projects are .lane Rohs, Pamela VondenBrinlze, Mary Jo Schuerman, Marilyn Torbeck. TOCK' ,Nlug sfgwf rvunmrc L...- XIATH BLEND IN HARMONY Sailing boats may be a little boy pastime but it can become a serious problem in Algebra II class. Kay Spitzmiller carefully reads the problem tor Nancy Spicer as Joanne Kathman and Barbara Gooding, with a pointer in her hand, interpret their graph. From Fahrenheit to centigrade and then back again go the basic math students Donna Massman, Harriet Lachtrup, Carol Hemsteger. Bisecting an angle is a simple process for Marilyn Torbeck and Mary Mahoney who don't go around in circles in geometry class. A minus times a minus makes a plus - c.p.c.t. - theorem 378. Confused? So are the minds of the bewildered Mercy Mathematicians plunging their way through algebra I 81 II, geometry and trig. Through mathematics, however, they are learning to understand the world in which we live. In redecorating a room, in making a good home-made pie, in tiguring a bowling score, yes, and in typing a letter, knowledge of math is essential. 27 Don Quixote, alias Marilyn Koch, waves her triumphant foil over three subdued captives Diane Elbert, .ludy King and Barbara Feltner as the Spanish ll students draiuatize a scene from the wellkuown play by Mignet de Cervantes, novelist and satirist. TOGAS. .SOMBREROS. .JACQUETTES Ancient Rome! Sparkling Spain! Gay France! Ita! Si Si! Oui Ouil Foreign countries, their customs and spirit, are topics ot discussion and interest to Mercians in every Latin, French and Spanish class. Declensions and conjugations are conquered easily by Caesar's followers, the Latin students. The first step ot exciting adventures in Paris, as all our mademoiselles know, is studying that wondrous language, French, Whether it's Madrid or Mexico they're hoping to see, senoritas Mercy-style say "Ole" tor Spanish, tortillas, color- tul sombreros, tiestas and siestas. Latin phrases in daily use are discussed by Carol Carney, Alice Long, Barbara Huth and .Ioan Tenoever while Carol Oliver indicates the phrases that are to be studied. 28 BUSINESS IS OUR BUSINESS Click, click, click, the efficient sounds of a business office are heard throughout Mercy's typing class as agile fingers skim over the typewriter keys and busy minds transcribe their shorthand notes into practice letters. Future secretaries who are Barbara Meyer, Arlene .laspers and Margie Meents are preparing for their careers in the busy world of business. Out of these classes will come businesswomen of tomorrow. ln typing, shorthand and bookkeeping classes, the girls become acquainted with two highly important words, neatness and accuracy. They learn the correct use of the typewriter, dictaphone, mimeograph and many other business machines. When the time comes, they will step out into the business world, ready to fulfill the large demand for dependable, efficient workers. Adding column to column and work to pleasure are, left to right, Clare Scherer, Mary Wellman, Patricia Daly and Shirley Buchel who are trying it the easy way by using the adding machines. Clear, clean miineograph copies are produced by Martha Metsch, Carol Kathman and Mary Grosse, as they have a practice session on the new duplicating machine in the commercial department, 29 PRGPER PREPARATION TODAY FOR . Eiqht hinds ure much better than two it least Bonnie Blazer Charlene Hartman Carol Fleckenstein and Charlene Howery seem to twink so as they b ut th it l tier t tl snrc 1 l peel those peaches but the prool ol the pudding will be in the eating, With a gleam in her eye and a note ot pride in her voice, she displays her talents as a topllight homemaker of the future. She can create dreamy outtits or bake supreme soutlles with the greatest of ease, for she possesses the "know how" that junior seam- stresses and chefs of each food and textile class consider valu- able. Sound advice and numerous tips gained in these classes will be kept securely in mind when today's Miss Mercy puts them to use as Mrs. America ol tomorrowt 'OMORRGWS HOMEMAKERS "With a rub a dub dub, three Mercians in a tub," a teacher, a nurse, a future homemaker. Here are three careers in a nutshell and which will you choose? If you desire the domesticity of a home and family, you will find your lively classes in homemaking invaluable. Regardless of the type of profession you will choose, the "know how" you acquire as you go through your homemaking guide, learning the "do's" and the "don't's" of domestic arts, will prove useful. You will then say, "I remember that from my homemaking class!" Modeling their fashions, S. Lanter, S. Ludwig and A. Bertsch prove "pretty girl? are like melodies" to P. Bowinan's delight, "Burping the baby" technique is being demonstrated by Mary Ami Theobald. Mary Lynn Wirtz, another homernaking student, awaits her turn to practice as Elaine Adam observes procedure. Amidst the pins, needles, patterns und thread is Miss Kemper giving a helping hand and a warm smile to young student dressumkers, Judy l-loffrogge and Linda Schurnacker, as they work with the fabric that will be their eye-catching outfits in the Easter Pziriicle. wwf -"' WWW 'mms fi Q f ff 2 xi E Hy! QQ 9 iw 'Iwi w-X315 xx 4 me Q .fr U ff f '17 3 ,QOAOOOIP 6 N- .26 ff. 0 ID I -g nvr WY- X! Y U 2. f 'M - 36, UDOE5 1049550 a X Q f .45 1, ., U43-i , 4 Smiling seniors C. Mangold, M. J. Mauntel, M. Metsch, B. Meyer and L. Rielag receive their class rings from Father Connell. Senior - just a six letter word, but the meaning behind the word is gigantic! Our seniors began to realize just how gigantic it was when they were presented with the symbol of their year - their class ring. The realization didn't end there, though, it continued through the year. Classes were now different, for when we grow older we grow wiser and we therefore appreciate more the value of a Catholic education. Holidays were bundles ot fun with Christmas Balls, proms and lively parties tied into minute packages oi memories. Finally came the iull realization ot the meaning of the word, SENIOR - the class of '57 graduated! ON A LOVELY SEPTEMBER DAY. Gayle Guetle, 12 D president, "makes like a giant" to the amusement of the other senior homeroom presidents Carol Massman, 12 A, Jane Molique, 12 B, Marilyn Koch, 12 E, Clare Scherer, 12C and school president Mary Jo Seiwert, able class leaders 34 VE RECEIVED PATRICIA BERTKE 4234 Cherry Street St. Ursula Academy 1, 2, CSMC 3, 4, S,D.S. 4, McAuley Club St. Patrick 3, 4, Bowling 4, G.A.A. 3, 4. MARY JANE BIETENDUVEL 7868 Bobolink Drive CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, S.D.S. 4, J.A, 3. St. Vivian 15: an sg, MARY MILLICENT BLOCK 3023 Werk Road Sacred Heart Academy 1, 2, CSMC 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, French Club 3, Latin Club 3, Class Treas. 4. St. Catharine ROSE MARIE BOLTE 5859 Bridgetown Road St. Jude CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, Bowling 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, Latin Club 3, Triple A.C. 2, 3, J.A. 3, Class Pres. 3, Class V. Pres. 2, 4. Pl: H 5' CAROLANN BRAUN 4218 Mad Anthony Street St. Boniface CSMC l, 2, 3, 4. LYNNE BROCKHAUS 7017 Ellen Drive St. Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 4, Book Club 4, Annual Staff 4, Glee Club 2, 4, J.A. Pres. 3, Treas. 4, Class Pres. 1, Class Trees. 3, 4. 35 FRANCES ALBERS 2015 W. Galbraith Road St. Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Class Sec'y 4. CATHERINE ANDRES 3724 LaClede Avenue St. Lawrence CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Book Club Pres. 4, Bowling 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Rosary Club 1. KATHLEEN BAUM 3393 Mayfair Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN BELLMAN 4203 Harding Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, .I.A. 3. OUR CLASS RINGS x s i Stumping for election and the missions is Bea Labmeier with M. Meenst, J. Deane, L. Martini, J. Guglielmi and part of P. Sack. MISSION D .. , ., . A' in -1 ,, i f . -:pg-1:1-zrffl t'L,:.- LOIS MARY BRUNS 3685 Neiheisel Road St. Jude CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, Debating 3, Bowling 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Glee Club 4, .l.A. 3. SHIRLEY ANN BUECHEL 1925 Knollridge Lane St. Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 2, J.A. 3. AY SAW US GIVING SUZANNE BUECHLER 3643 Terrace Drive Dublin, Ohio CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Science Club 2, 3, Triple A.C. 2, 3, Glee Club 2. MARGARET LEE BUTTELWERTH 2042 Harkness Street St. Leo CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4, Science Club 3, Red Cross Rep. 2, Triple A.C. 3. KATHLEEN FRANCES BYRNE 3360 Meyer Place St. Catharine CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, S.D.S. 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Future Nurses 4, Science Club 2, 3, Red Cross Rep. 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Triple A.C. 2, 3, Glee Club 4. HELEN CASSIDY 7037 Hamilton Avenue St. Margaret Mary Brown County Ursuline Academy 1, 2, CSMC 3, 4, Latin Club 3. MARILYN CRAMER 5336 Colerain Avenue Little Flower CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA DALY 2325 Harrison Avenue St, Catharine La Salette Academy 1, 2, CSMC 3, 4, S.D.S. 4, Class Treas. 4. 36 JOYCE ANN DEANE 3151 Bracken Road St. Catharine Central Catholic 1, Notre Dame Academy 2, 3, CSMC 4, Math Club 4, Science Club 4, Triple A.C. 4, J.A. 4. MARGARET DELANEY 1824 Dallas Avenue St. Margaret Mary Notre Dame Academy 1, CSMC 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Book Club 4, J.A. 3, Class Treas. 2. JANET DIESMAN 4120 McFarran Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 3, Glee Club 1, 4, J.A. V. Pres. 3, Class Treas. 3. MARY THERESA DIPILLA 2860 North Bend Road Little Flower CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 4, Latin Club 3, Glee Club 1, 4, Class V. Pres. 3. SENEROUSLY TO HELP OTHERS JACOUELINE DISHEN 5130 North Bend Road St. Ignatius CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 4. CAROL MARY DOCHTERMAN 35.24 Herbert Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, Treas. 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Gleanings 3, 4, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Latin Club Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Science Club 3, Triple A.C. 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Sec'y 1. JANE ANN DOERGER 7015 Ellen Avenue St. Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Book Club 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, J.A. 3. RUTH ANN DUMFORD 20 G. Boltwood Court Our Lady oi Presentation CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, .I.A. 3. rg: DEANNA LOUISE DUTRO 1721 W. Galbraith Road St. Margaret Mary Our Lady of Fatima 1, CSMC 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, N.C.T.C. 4, Science Club 3, 4, Triple A.C. 3, 4, Class V. Pres. 4. CATHERINE EISELE 5618 Surrey Avenue St. Aloysuis CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3. 37 OUR NEWLY DIANE ELBERT 5522 Pinecrest Drive St. Antoninus CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, S.D.S. 4, McAuley Club 2, 4, Book Club 4, spanish Club 4, G.A.A. 2. MARILYN ELDER 3818 St. Martin Place St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 4, c.A.A. 3, Glee Club 4, J.A. s, 4. bl: if Pls :lf MARY SUE ERHART 5600 Delhi Pike Our Lady oi Victory CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4, Spanish Club V. Pres. 4, Red Cross Rep. 1, Glee Club 2. JANET PAY 3999 .lanward Drive St. Aloysius Gonzaga csMc 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, spanish Club s. ACOUIRED MASCOT. BARBARA FELTNER B808 Daly Road St. Vivian CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. ALENE PIELER Box 81 Zion Road Our Lady of Visitation Lady of Fatima 1, CSMC 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Triple A.C. 3, 4. 116 s wh CHARLENE I-'IRSTOS 3188 Epworth Avenue St. Catharine CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, Pres. 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Gleanings 3, Co-Editor 4, Bowling 1, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Latin Club Sec'y 3, Science Club 3, G.A.A, 1, Triple A.C. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Class Trees. 3. SHIRLEY FISCHER 3978 Glenmore Avenue St. Marlin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treas. 2, Sec'y 3. se :ie wk is ANNA LOUISE FLACH 1921 Baltimore Avenue CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN ANN FLAIG 5446 Phillorett Drive St. CSMC 1, 2, Sec'y 3, V. Pres. 4, McAuley Club 2, 3, 4 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 4, Glee Club 1, Safety Club 3, Pres. 2, V. Pres. 4. 38 Sl. Leo Ignatius Bowling 4 , Class .,,4.,k 'A ' Ji: iii . -. Q agp MFE' lf' - 'ing ..., is we 6 z 1 1 1 f ' . gag, fs - -TM Eli" li -, fs' -f . X - - ,ww 1- We sz' 'iris W .i 5 'eSf,.l?5g . , ffifmislzfw - s -s Mix V., 5 DIANE FOLTZER 6281 Ridgefield Drive in St. Vivian CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Class V. Pres. 3. MARTHA FREY 3489 Blue Rock Road St. James CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art 4, Class Pres. 3, Class Treas. 4. BECAME EVERYBODY'S MARY CATHERINE GAVIN 5753 Bridgetown Road CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 1, 3. MARIANNE GEHLING 3410 Woodbine Avenue CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Safety Club Pres. 3. THEA CHRISTINE GERBES 2801 Montana Avenue Hedwig School 1, CSMC 2, 3, 4, McAuley Glee Club 4, French Club 3. MARY CATHERINE GERHARD 3220 Herbert Avenue CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL GINLEY 3542 Otterbien Avenue CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1. ELLEN GLEASON 3952 Biehl Avenue St. Jude St. Martin St. Catharine Club 4, G.A.A. 4, St. Martin Dayton, Ohio St. Jude CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, S.D.S. 4, Theta Art Corresp. Sec'y 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Spanish Club Pres. 4, Red Cross Rep. V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Safety Club Sec'y 3, Pres. 4, Class V. Pres. 1. 39 Boots, Mercy's newly-acquired mascot, seems a little sad to see two senior annual stall members, Peggy Delaney and Susan Jones. FRIEND L MARY LOUISE GOLDSCHMIDT 3439 McFadden Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, S.D.S. 4. DORETTA GRIESHOP 7771 Cheviot Road St. James CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Gleanings 4, Science Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Red GLEANINGSI Reading are C. Braun, S. Buechel, 2nd row, J. Fay, Cross Rep. 2, Triple A.C. 2, 3, 4. WE EAGERLY DEVOURED EACH. MARY VIRGINIA GROSSE 4309 Virginia Avenue St. Boniface CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. MARTHA ANN GROSSER 3653 Epworth Avenue St. Catharine CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. GAYLE ANN GUETLE 3072 West Tower Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4, Theta Art 4, McAuley Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Book Club 4, Science Club 2, 3, Triple A.C. 2, 3, Class Pres. 2, 4. .IOSIANE GUGLIELMI 2857 Veazey Avenue St. Teresa CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, S.D.S, Rep. 4, Theta Art Pres, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, Corresp. Sec'y 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Book Club 4, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, French Club Sec'y 3, Science Club 2, Red Cross Rep. 4, Triple A.C. 2, Class Pres. 1, Sec'y 3. HATHRYN HADLEY 7365 Maple Avenue Assumption CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Spanish Club 3, Class Sec'y 2. 4. LOUISE CATHERINE HAGEN 2898 Shaffer Avenue St. Catharine CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art 4, Spanish Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2. 40 DIANE MARION HALPIN 2885 Carroll Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Class Treas. 1. .IANICE HAUCHE 4326 Harding Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2. MARY LOU HEKLER 3675 Allview Circle Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Book Club 4, Spanish Club 3, Red Cross Rep. 3, Rosary Club 1. CAROLYN HERDEMANN 3723 Darwin Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. DITION OF OUR SCHOOL PAPER ELIZABETH HERTSENBERG 4967 Westem Hills Avenue St. Teresa CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Rosary Club 1. ROSE ANN HEYL 4432 Raceview Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4, Bowling 1, .l.A. Pres. 3. KATHLEEN HOAR 3316 Reniro Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, Rec. Sec'y 4, McAuley Club 2, 3, 4, Gleanings 2, 3, 4, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, Red Cross Rep. 1, Triple A.C. 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Sec'y 4. CAROL HONNIGPORD 3663 Paramount Ridge Road St. James CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Safety Club 2, V. Pres. 3. 'F 1' MARY .IO HUGHEY 6841 Kern Drive St. Bernard csMc 1, 2, s, 4, s.D.s. 4, McAuley Club 3, 4. ELIZABETH HUTCHINSON 1910 Acorn Drive St. Margaret Mary Fatima Hall 1, CSMC 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 4, Glee Club 2, .l.A. 3, 41 BEVERLY IASILLO 6610 Betts Avenue St. Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, Triple A.C. 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARCIA JACOBS 2812 Harrison Avenue St. Catharine CSMC I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 4, Spanish Club 3 -.H sf ae ARLENE JASPERS 3131 Pickbury Drive Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, J.A. Treas. 3, 4. SUSAN KAYE JONES 1634 Sundale Avenue St. Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, S.D.S. 4, Annual Staff 4, Book Club 4, Spanish Club 3, Science Club 2, Triple A.C. 2, Glee Club 1, 2, J.A. 3, Class Sec'v 3. NUMEROUS ACTIVITIES CLAIMED. JUDITH JUENGLING 6017 West Fork Road St. Ignatius CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 4, Spanish Club 3, Glee Club 1, Class Treas. 1, Class Pres. 3. ANN KAMINSKY 3017 Verilin Avenue St. Catharine CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4, Spanish Club 3, French Club 4. 12 Sk Dk 2: CAROL ANN HATHMANN 4832 Gray Road St. Bernard CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, J.A. 3, Rosary Club 1. BARBARA ANN KEMME 3960 Roswell Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, J.A. 3, 4. MARLENE KESSLER 1234 Naeb Road St. Antoninus CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4, Latin Club 3. MELVA JO KIEHBORTH 5685 Vogel Road Little Flower CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2. E 42 .IUDITH HING 4978 Mt. Alverno Road St. Dominic CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, Spanish Club 4, Glee Club 3. MARY LOU HIRRY 3813 Ebenezer Road St. Jude CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 1, 3. "School activities help build character," exclaim Joyce Deane Claire Steinker and Lynne Brockhaus, three prominent J.A.er's DUR TIME AND OUR TALENTS MARILYN KOCH 4315 St. Martin Place St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Bowling 4, Spanish Club Sec'y 4, Future Nurses 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Class Treas. 2, Class Pres. 4. BEVERLY KOHL 1634 Birchwood Avenue St. Clare CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 3. LOIS HREIMER 7531 Bridgetown Road Our Lady oi the Visitation CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, Red Cross Rep. 1, Glee Club 1, 4. RUTH HREIMER 2645 Montana Avenue St. Catharine CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art 4, McAuley Club 4, Annual Staff 4, Spanish Club 3, Science Club 4, Triple A,C. 4, Glee Club 4. CHRISTINA HUNZ 3442 Alta Vista Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Gleanings 3, 4, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Science Club 2, Red Cross Rep. 1, 3, Triple A.C. 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3. KATHLEEN MARIE KUNZ 1820 Anderson Ferry Road St, Antoninus CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 4, Debating Club 3, 4, N.C.T.C. 4, Spanish Club 3, G.A.A. 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, J.A, 3. 43 Praying before the Christmas Crib in the beautifully decorated Chapel is inspiring for Marilyn Bellman and Jacqueline Disken. THE INFANT BEATRICE LABMEIER 2032 Sundale Avenue St. Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, Treas. 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Gleanings 4, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Class V. Pres. 1, Class Treas. 2, 4. ELIZABETH LAMPE 5094 Sumter Avenue St. Teresa CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art 4, Red Cross Rep. 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Rosary Club 1. SAVIOR BROUGHT. ELOISE LANGENBRUNNER 5286 Boomer Road St. Ignatius CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, Bowling 1, 3, 4, Glec Club 1, Class V. Pres. 3. MARY ANNE LAUTERWASSER 3845 Davis Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, S.D.S. 4, McAuley Club 3, Annual Staff 4, Book Club 4, Spanish Club 4, J.A. Sec'y 3, Pres. 4. JOANNE LEHAN 2033 Dallas Avenue CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish 2, Glee Club 2, J.A. 3. St. Margaret Mary Club 3, Science Club 2, 3, Triple A.C. DORIS LEWIS 2054 Queen City Avenue CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4. St. Bonaventure RUTH ANN LINGERS 5737 Bridgetown Road CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. St. Jude MARY CAROL LUHEN 2912 Carroll Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, Class Sec'y 2. 44 JUNE ELIZABETH LYONS 1801 Westwood Avenue St. Bonaventure CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Sec'y 1. IRENE MAC DONALD 5531 Fairwood Road St. Ignatius CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 1, 3, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Class Treas. 2, Class Sec'y 4. 4, 13, nk ,gg CHARLOTTE MALLOTT 4569 Hamilton Avenue St. Boniface CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Future Nurses 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Triple A.C. 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2. CAROL ANN MANGOLD 1515 Hilsun Place St. Teresa CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 2, Bowling 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, V. Pres. 4. IS THE TRUE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT LORRAINE MARTINI 1926 Montrose Street St. Bonaventure Notre Dame Academy 1, CSMC 2, 3, 4, Class V. Pres. 3. MARGARET MASSA 3319 Dartmouth Drive St. Martin CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, McAuleY Club 4, Latin Club 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, J.A. 3. xi is Z4 :if CAROL MASSMAN 5507 Karen Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, Auditor 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, McAuley Club 2, Treas. 3, 4, Gleanings 3, 4, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Science Club 3, Sec'v 4, Triple A.C. 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Pres. 4. MARY JANE MAUNTEL 4151 Virginia Avenue St. Patrick CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, Glee Club 4, Class Pres. 3. .: :F SUE FRANCES MAY 3274 Tulsa Court Seton High School 1, CSMC 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Bowling 4, Spanish Club' 2. Our Lady of Lourdes LAVERNE MCARTHUR 2085 Harkness Street St. Leo CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3. 45 i SILVER BELLS MARGARET ANN MEENTS 3396 Kleeman Road St. Ignatius CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, S.D,S. 4, McAuley Club 3, Annual Statt 4, Book Club 4, J.A. 4. CAROL ANN MENHHAUS 1724 Denham Street St. Leo CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4, G.A.A. 4, Glee Club 1. CAROL ANN MERENFIELD 2731 Powell Drive St. Catharine St. Ursula Academy 1, CSMC 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Future Nurses 3. LILLIAN MERRILL Trail's End, End ot Knorr St. Bonaventure CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club Pres. 4, Masque and Gavel 3, V. Pres. 4, McAuley Club 1, Bowling 2, 3, 4, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Class V. Pres. 2, 3. RANG A HGLIDAY. MARTHA METSCH 4312 Bridgetown Road St. Aloysius Gonzaga CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY CATHERINE METTMAN 4913 North Raeburn Drive St. Boniface CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuIey Club 3, Annual Staff 3, Bowling 4, Latin Club 3, Glee Club 1, 3, Safety Club 3, Class Pres. 3, Class V. Pres. 4. a wk is Ph BARBARA ANN MEYER 1749 Pulte Street St. Leo CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4. JOANNE MOLEGRAFT 3285 Tulsa Court Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, MoAuley Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gleanings 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Pres. 2, Class V. Pres. 4. 211 FH 914 P JANE RITA MOLIQUE 3478 Mayfair Avenue St. Martin CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, McAuley Club 4, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Class Pres. 4. LORAINE MONOHAN 2260 Schoedinger Avenue St. Bonaventure CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. 46 ELFREDA NABERHAUS 3852 Davis Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. JUNE NEIMEISTER 4586 Hanley Road St. James CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. Lovely Bea Labmeier is crowned Queen of the Christmas Ball by her escort as Carol Massman, an attendant, smiles her approval. UNE AT CUB CHRISTMAS BALL ESTHER NESSELHUF 2225 Struble Road Assumption CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art 4, Spanish Club 4, Glee Club 2, 4. MARIAN OLDING 6315 Glenway Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Rosary Club 1. ELAINE O'ROURHE 4360 Carnation Avenue St. Williams Seton High School 1, CSMC 2, 3, 4. FRANCES OSTERHUES 3614 Darwin Avenue St. Marlin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, .I.A. 3. ARLENE PENICH 4212 Fearman Avenue St. Ignatius CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 4. .IUDITH PEREZ 41 Flanders Lane Our Lady of the Rosary Greenhills High School 1, 2, CSMC 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Glee Club 4. 47 Modest fashions tor the modern miss are modeled by K. Byrne, E. Gleason, L. Brockhaus, C. M. Scherer and M. L. Goldschmidt. LOVELY SENIOR EILEEN RAPIEN 1950 Stevens Avenue Assumption CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, CSMC Rep. 1, Red Cross Rep. 3. AUDREY REHHAMP 10376 Faske Drive Assumption CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art 4, Annual Staff 4, Gleanings 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2. LASSIES MODELED. RAYETTA REISINC1 3245 Stanhope Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Stat! 4, Red Cross Rep. 1, 2. ERNA RETTIG 2989 North Bend Road Little Flower CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 4. LOIS JANE REIDEL 5874 Childs Avenue St, Jude CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Book Club 4, Bowling 2, .l.A. 3, 4, Class Treas. 2, Class Sec'y 4. MARCIA LYNNE REILAG 3094 Neisel Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club V. Pres. 3, G.A.A. 4. CAROLE RIESENBECK 3991 Janward Drive St. Aloysius Gonzaga CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Spanish Club 3. MARTHA ROSENACKER 5527 Cheviot Road St. Ignatius CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, Bowling 4, Latin Club 3, French Club Pres. 4, G.A.A. 3. 48 l 1 i SUZANNE RUTHER 2086 Galbraith Road CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art 4, Spanish Club 4, J.A. 3. MARILYN RYAN 2933 Westbrook Drive St. Margaret Mary St. Catharine CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, V. Pres. 4, Gleanings 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Science Club 2, Red Cross Rep. 3, 4, Triple A.C. 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 4. P14 911 P3 26 PATRICIA SACK 6122 Webbland Place Nativity McNicholas High School 1, CSMC 2, 3, 4, S.D.S., Sec'y oi Cinti. Chap. 4, McAuley Club 2, 3, French Club 3, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Class Sec'y 2. MARGARET SCHALLER 7008 Noble Avenue St. Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club Treas. 4, McAuley Club 3, J.A. 3. N THE SDS FASHION SHOW NANCY ANN SCHENKEL 1913 State Avenue St. Bonaventure CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 2. CLARE SCHERER 6280 Cary Avenue St. Clare CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, S.D.S. 4, Book Club 4, Spanish Club 3, .l.A. 3, Class V. Pres. 1, 2, Class Pres. 4. all Pl -r J PAULA SCHETTLER 1917 Brinkmeier Avenue St. Leo CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Ar! 4, McAuley Club 2, Gleanings 4, Book Club 4, Bowling 4, Glee Club 4, Safety Club 3, Class Trees. 1. JANICE SCHLECHTIN GEN 2281 Sylved Lane Our Lady ol Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art 4, McAuley Club 1, Book Club 4. :k an -k ' HELEN SCHMIDT 2036 Yoast Avenue St. Leo csmc 1, 2, s, 4. RUTH ANN SCHUTTE 3455 Corrine Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, McAuley Club 2, 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Debating Club 2, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Glas Club 1, 2, Class Sec'y 1. 49 MATILDA SCHWIETERING 2011 Westwood Northern Blvd. Our Lady of Presentation CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4, Book Club 4, Bowling 4, Spanish Club 4, G,A.A. 4, Glee Club 1. .IACOUELYN SEIBERT 3673 Frondorf Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Glee Club 4, J,A. 3. as ik :le :xc MARY .IO SEIWERT 3826 Delmar Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Gleanings 3, Editor 4, N.C.T.C. 3, 4, Latin Club 3, V. Pres. 4, Science Club 2, Triple A.C. 2, Glee Club 1, 2, School Pres. 4, Class Treas. 3. VIRGINIA SONTAG 2718 Westwood Northern Blvd. St. Catharine CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Theta Art 4, Bowling 1, 3, 4, J.A. 3, 4. WE BECAME THESPIANS FOR THE.. ROSE ANN SPAITH 6511 Colerain Avenue St. James CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Book Club 4, Latin Club 3, Math Club Sec'y 4, Science Club 2, 3, Treas. 4, Triple A.C. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1. PATRICIA SPENCER 2708 Werkastle Lane St. Catharine Villa Madonna 1, CSMC 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 4, Annual Staff 4, Bowling 3, 4, Spanish Club Treas. 4, Glee Club 2. ik it FII Pl' ILIANE STAHL 4286 Marlin Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 4. CLARE STEINKER 6923 Diana Drive St. Margaret Mary CSMC1, 2, 3, 4, .I.A. 3, 4. fx: wk ae :le ALICE STENGER 3489 Boomer Road St. Ignatius CSMC l, 2, 3, 4. LOIS STIERS 3819 St. Martin Place St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Class V. Pres. 2. 50 MARLENE STRENG 2299 Harrison Avenue St. Catharine CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, Book Club 4, Future Nurses Club 3, Spanish Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 4. CAROLYN STRIET 3039 Feltz Avenue St. Catharine CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. Awaiting a cue from C. Mallott are stage manager Vera Wolfram DAY IN A CHINESE CLASSIC .IO ANN TENGLER 4337 Marlin Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Fixture Nurses Club 3, 4, Science Club 4, Triple A,C. 4. JOAN TENOEVER 3334 Wunder Avenue St. Catharine CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Class Sec'y 2. DEANNA TOBIN 1515 Southridge Lane St, Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club V. Pres. 4, McAuley Club 3, ' Gleanings 4, Science Club 3, Glee Club 1, Class Sec'y 1. PATRICIA WADE 3153 Penrose Place St. Catharine CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, S.D.S. 4, Theta Art 4, McAuley Club 3, 4, Book Club Sec'y 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, Triple A.C. 2, 3, Glee Club 4, Class Sec'y 3. AGNES WALTER 3609 Werk Road Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, J.A. 3, Class V. Pres. 1. RUTH WEIL Box 3 H. R. 2 Assumption CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4, Glee Club 2, 51 MARY WELLMAN 6768 Bryn Mawr Drive St. Vivian CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. CATHERINE WESTERHAMM 1935 DeArmand Avenue St. Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Book Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "Study is a necessity," say L. Stiers, H. Schmidt, M. Wellman in MAY CROWNING, THOSE FINAL. LOIS WETZEL 4535 School Section Road St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Book Club 4, Spanish Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Safety Club 2. JUDITH WILLENBORG 3145 Ramona Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Spanish Club 3, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Safety Club 3, 4. ANITA WILLENBRINH 3070 Glenmore Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Science Club 2, 3, Red Cross Sec'y 2, Triple A.C. 2, 3, .I.A. 3, Rosary Club 1. MARY WOLFF 4990 Cleves Warsaw Pike SI. Teresa CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4. ELVERA WOLFRAM 1729 Westwood Avenue St. Bonaventure CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4, Red Cross Rep. 4, Safety Club 3. MARILYN ZANG 3527 Mozart Avenue St. Martin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Sec'y 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, Treas, 4. 52 CAROL MOELLER At the close of her sophomore year, Carol achieved the fulfillment of her dream of becoming a cloistered religious. In early August she journeyed to the Convent of the Benedictines in Clyde, Missouri, and began her new life. Each day of loving prayer, unselfish work and cheerful sacrifice is a complete dedication to her Divine Master. XAMS AND OUR YEAR IS ENDING Lending a hand to beautifully gowned Esther Nesselhut just after the crowning of Our Lady are flower girl Marilyn Byrne and attendants Carol Massman, Lillian Merrill, Martha Frey, Gayle Guetle, Kathleen Byrne and Kathy Hoar as they venerate Mary. 53 ' "Oh, how pretty," say Melody Remenosky and Sandy Stahley, class presidents, as three other class presidents, Sue Shaw, Helen Hertsenberg and Joyce Espelage laugh gleefully at the 'gree thumbs" of their nature loving friends, Melody and Sandy, s gn? NEWLY-IMPORTANT JUNIORS. Waving a fond farewell to underclassman frolics and bidding a gay hello to their newly acquired title - upperclassmen - the juniors embarked on adventure and triumph. As the year progressed, they did prove their worth. They had assumed such trials as Latin III and Algebra ll. The re- proofs toward their conduct grew more strict. Why? Well, that's the price you pay for fame. Now before you shed any more tears for our dear juniors, it's only fair to tell you the triumphs their year entailed. The Variety Show claimed the priority for a time, but if you could have seen the starlight in their eyes at prom time, you'd agree prom night claimed "top" priority. We'll say, "Au revoir, Juniors." Wave farewell to your junior year, but come September and we will ever be singing and saying "Howdy, Seniors." Lifting up their voices in prayer to honor Mary in the October Fatima procession are, l. to r., S, Stahley, G. Bausch, B, Burck and J. Brockmeier with rosaries in hand and a song in the air. Walking in a "Winter Wonderland" of fashion are juniors, Peggy Schonholt, Judy Reissig and Carol Modatari modeling their S.D.S. outfits and proving ihal the latest fashions can be both lovely and modern, yel modes! ROW I: M. Ashbrook, C. Bacher, R, Basch, G. Bausch, C. Beckman, B. Benson ROW 2. Y. Berns, P. Belscli, J. A. Blazer, L. Bleh, C. Boclden, B. Booth BOW 3: J, Borgman, R. Boigman, A. Brames, J, Brocluneier, B. Brooks, G. Brune ROW 4: M. L. Bumb, C. Bnning, C. Bunker, B. Burck, J. Byrnm, J. Campbell ROW 5. N. Carey, S. Carmosino, M. Casey, D. Cassini, M. A. Ciresi, M, Cinccio ROW 6: J. Conrad, B, Colegate, J. Day, D. Dee, P. Deitzer, G. Diloro Q ff : , as - ...,i "Q," iw f ' . -..r sf is LD 2 l l , "': , ' Q . +1-'K , ... fa: if . 'Q ig ? X R, xx ., 2,,. yv ' K .ilcsfg E 6. , lbs V Q :VJ I iiii 'lipid' I l A l . i SA if f n I my ., ,3- x wx Qs-. . , f yi , 1, " " K A 9 J B Q S - .,..,' X y ,... ' X f A J . ',..' QQ R ,if .,,, X A r r pw. Q, 'Q' Tsmimais Proud of their display for Junior Acliievemenl, Juniors, M. E. Linfert and J. Brockmeier smile wholehearied approval as B. Miller adds an order to their growing list. VENTURE INTO THE BUSINESS. ' PM L V QQ! agile 1 iw' 5 Q-T3-W . ll "-5.. ,Q , W , V s x x , f 7 I if A 1 .i K iz A iuii l'l2 ' " , sign, -I I QA it 'T 1 X J , rm y 1 If :::: I viv' Q i.::?. :r X"l AF A ' F' K. i f K iiiizi g vii I. Zzzzzil' S NV E W i S l i i 6 .V I get 9 W 2-:P Q 1 1Qi:, I x Y - f 3' 5 L 1 .fl bf ' . i r Qlalll in iwf- ,E W, wi'-T ' ' it Kg .s 23 . we 1 A . i r l 4. J Q 169, V ful' fa. gg 3 53 reef 2 eff . Q, igflr 3 lf 2, 1 E fail all Arial L4 ROW I: D, Dittman, B. Doerger, M. Doll, J. Dreier, M. Dreiling, J, Dyer HOW 2: K. Ecksleiri, M. Ermeri, J. Espe- lage, M. Fahey, C. Feldman, H. Feller ROW 3: M. K. Fisher, J. Fritz, T. Froehle, C. Geiger, J. Gerstner, M, Godfrey ROW 4: B. Gooding, M. L. Griffin, J, Hale, S. Hays, M. Heavey, J. Heidorn ROW 5: C. Helligrath, L. Henke, H. Her! senberg, M. Hinrichs, A. Hirschberg, P Hizer ROW 6: E. Hoehn, J. Hoeiker, P. Horak J. Huismann, M. E. lsler, D. Juengling Pausing near the marble stairs between classes io read the wise words of Pope Pius XII, l. to r., are J. Bynum, P. Beisch and B. Benson, faking to mind his cherished words. ROW 1- L. Jung, A. Hunlpliaus, D. Kuraus E. J. Kanye, J. Kdrwisch, G. Kathman yr. H mf J bk!" ' NORLD AND CONSIDER CAREERS ROW 2: J. Kathman, D. Keck, J. Hesse J. Kieliy, P. Kirschner, T. Klosierman ROW 3: C. Knarr, C. Krantz, N. Kraushar M. Krouse, J. Huchenbuch, S. LeCount ROW 4: J. Lehrter, M. Lind, M. E. Linfer! E. Ludwig, M. C. Luensman, N. Luken ROW 5: M, J. Lusienberger, C, Magevney M. Mathews, L. Mereniield, C. Merk, L. Meyer ROW 6 M. N. Meyer, R. Meyer, J. Meyers B. Miller, C. Minges, M. Minnich 1 . . ' f PJ ' sw .. ,,..., At. J A ....... 1 .Q 4, is " J ' 1 . .s-.' "" ' . -if il .r ff " X y . . ...., V . x D . '-'L , K M M JEJJJC AIN I f ax A ' ' N 1: ,... Q6 J., ...H . ya C' ' W2 J . ,.,.,.. . 4 .. kif W "W Iizi -af?" L sizs' f . ...,.. -- ii 84,233 X 'K x .-xs .i XX .i --,. , , ,fa x K x X an as is ' K 'SQL ' s iz ' by I R 'N 'f':::::: I 5 .. K x Sei. 1 ..... iii sl. . L f x ' M ..,.,V Q ' ,, J - ....f is ,. M X It ,..., 3 gr ii NBEYCND Q? . , .F his ,ki Zag l THE BLUE Two budding performers of the Juniors' Variety Show, D. Ruehrwein and S, LeCount, ask N. Carey for final inspection he- fore they appear on stage. Lights! Camera! Action! HORIZONH it d I C Lili I f i . A ,fe W C an 7 . tk ' S J , ttstss 5, , I. all r f s Q J sf? Q rf We 1 rrstg. En: --n:' ' S . A 1 1,t: 4 ft his ,Q rt. 2 , :fit dst JK ,AL .f n o in TT' x iii J!! Illia- hliyl HOW 1: C. Moclatari, J. Moeller, M. Mol- engraft, M. Moorman, R. Murphy, P. Mc- Connell ROW 2: M. H. McElroy, B. Naberhaus, B. Nead, R. Oblinger, M.O'Connor, C,Pase1ey ROW 3: C, Plageman, M. J. Plagge, M. J. Polking, E. Rehkamp, M. Reinert, M. Remenowsky ROW 4. C. A. Rennick, J. Riehle, M. J. Rieskarnp, C. Robertson, D. Ruehrwein, N. Ruhe ROW 5: S. Runnels, R. Salter, H. Schlar- mann, S.Scl1midt, J.Schmutte, M.Scl'ionhoft ROW 6: J. A. Schulte, N. Scott, K. Shan- non, S. Shaw, S. Sherman, S. Simon "Hello Iliere, fine earth people," say "spacemen" A. Kamphaus, S. Strat- man, E. Rehkamp, S. Trippel, J. Dreier, B. Doerger and N. Spicer who flew to earth for Mercy's Variety Show. ROW 1: J. Skelly, J. Smyth, J. Sommer, F. Sperber, N. Spicer, K. Spitzmiller ROW 2: E. Spitznagel, S. Stahley, J. Staub, P. Steinker, N. Stewart, S. Stratman ROW 3: J. Sullivan, J. Sunderman, R. Telscher, M. Tenhundfeld, M. Theohald J. Tliinnes ROW 4: M. Toschlag, S. Trippel, L. Um- herg, G. Vogel, C. Wagner, E. Walters ROW 5: C. Wziiidstrat, G. Weisenbach, J Welage, M. Welge, M. Westerkamp, E. Westrich ROW 6: T. Wetterer, J. Wetzel, M. Wirtz P. Wittekind, J. Wolff, N. Wood HOW 7: E. Wurzelbacher ,I if ,Ili , we X W 'Nr T x J , 5 t . 3, . N 4. ,r . .k k .1 A Q Q :sy NOT PICTURED: M. Gramke, D. Honriigford, J. Reissig, H. Tully 3: ' Q, .,-EEsasa:: 4 + A , 2 4, 2 M3 ? 'Ur si AW ? is fv in W-'S ?H. 1 if LJ 3 I. F ,-N A. .M y, ,ff ,, 1 f iw 1 , Q , WA 5' W LW f T' "aw f 4 My '- wg I A I Vf My w- Hlnstruc! ihe ignoran!," a work of Mercy, which presented Pat Hilverl, playing Mother McAuley and K. Malay, N. Mc- Hugh, M. Strassel as children, given Dec. 12. HOW l: P. Alfing, J. Axnato, C. Archibald, C. Arling, .l. Austing, M. L. Averbeck, M. L. Baarlaer ROW 2: M. Bastian, S. Bath, B. Becker, J. A. Bennett, J. Benvenuti, J. Berlcnmeier, J. Berning ROW 3: J. Berry, J. Berry, A. Bertsch, B. Blazer, A. Boelnner, M. Boeing, L. Borg- xnan ROW 4: P. Bowman, C. Bra' bender, D. Brackmann, K. Brady, A. Braun, J. Brossart, S. Burck HOW 5: J. Bruelil, C. Bruner, J. Bucher, J. Buerkel, J. Caley, J. Carlson, J. Carola ROW6: T.Carrico, M.Casey, M. Caianzaro, J. Cranerf, J. Crawford, M. L. Davis, S. Dechant ROW 7: C. Decliering, C. Decker, D. Dezarn, J. Dolan, J. Dolan, P. Dorrmann, E. Driscoll ... 6 ffl? J wt' y .,. . . y SD' .K . . .. .b..,. l ,., I l. k x hi STEP OUT AS FASHION is Y! 9 Azmiafnll qliadiy 4 S aid 1. 4 .I ax, ,Q 2.: . . QS, : : g ' , fr ,SS . .:g:f1 g ' .... ESS,. A . st-ts .J fl 195. 41 1 H F SS S it F 4 6 g m i fi Q ww! -1' 4 Stepping straight from the pages of the lates! Fashion magazines, out sophomores, C. A. Deck- er, M. B. Boeing and B. Wade model SDS's choicn in tall-winter apparel MODELS. ROW l. C. Duslon, J. Eb- beler, P. Egan, M. Einhaus, M. Elfers, C. Engelke, J. Engler ROW 2: J. Ernst, N. Espe- lage, J. Essen, K. Faragher, G. Feldman, J. Felix, P. Feltner ROW 3. J. Feucht, J. Fish, S. Fix, .l. Flanagan, C. Fleckenstein, J. Flick, B. Fiey ROW 4: C. Fuller, M. Gait' ner, N. Geier, M. L. Gohs, S. Gooding, M. Grater, J. Greiner ROW 5: R. Gundluch, J. Haban, M. Hall, S. Hamilton, C. Hartman, M. Harvey, N. Hasenohr ROW 6. A. Hess, C. Hestex, M. Higgins, P. Hilvert, D. Hofmann, L. Hofmann, P. Hofmann ROW 7- K. Honnert, E. Hon- nigford, P. Horn, C. Howery, C. Huber, A. Hughey, M. Huitink Porlraying u scene from "Heart of Youth" are our sophomores, P. Hilvert, M. Sullivan, M. Trageser, M. Schuerman, M. Huitink, M. Torbeck, C. Schafer, J. Engler and M. Einhaus. tND AS FUTURE ACTRESSES ROW l: E, Hnrsting, D. Jackson, G. Kabbes, C. Kirin, J. Kain, D. Kalus, M. A. Kinross ROW 2: D. Koch, M. Kohls, M. Koman, N. Koppmeier, R. Kotzbaner, B. Kramer, J. Kramer HOW 3: M. Kramer, B. Kroll- man, J. Krnetzkurnp, M. Kues, K. Kurtz, J. Lambert, C. Lnmeiet' ROW 4: S. Lanter, P, Lierl, P. Llnd, B. Link, C. Llnk, S. Ludwig, C. Lnken ROW 5: M. Mahoney, C. Malay, J. Mannix, D. Mar- chetti, J. Martin, S. Ma: thews, N. McHugh ROW 6: P. McKeon, M. Means, M. Mellott, L. M. Meyer, L. R. Meyer, S. Mitchell, P. Monaco ROW 7: S. Monnig, S. Mur- phy, D. Neilreisel, M. J. Neiheisel, P. Neiheisel, M. Nemann, C, Nesselhuf ::"' Q xx S Q - .I ,Iii t S xigxv X E ..,-f I 3, " r , + 5':" S " i ' D 1 lt K 6 i I H t I J 'lz' f :--V' ' A ,,... X P ra.. W wif" . 4. 1 v - b i .. ,.,. . K ' I, '.., V . if ,.. : S izzlf: :': - Q, ff H 1': :-:ft ::::-- A anlvitnxllh l it y iliyu J I . S ,v-.,', g f if - -1 y in-A i , .kg ' -.::::-:-' -..,, 'H' M '.' kg ' :'::" ' ..- ':" ' S y :t'.... Q .. '1'f ' ' ' . il y 1 d fglx is .,.. y M ..,.... yn. ,. at Q , ...V 6 zt. ':":l y ' . ':'E::" if Q C 9 . . qzlzz vq.. .:. x. .,..,. , ..,' ,..x I xX xltt" ' ttttt ' S M ..... W f-., I flf n' , f I X. ..... be W tx' :J X , lzzaz- , . K ' J A xx . tl 5 tl r Breezes softly playing with the autumn leaves, an October sun briqlitly shining and sophomores saying their rosaries, add much to the beauty of the Fatima procession. WE MARCH IN MARY'S HONOR. , ioiyi 6 . y y iyi o ioioo ,Q 1 J V 1 LW X in iv -1:'-- f . ::h: ' 11'titE. ' J ' i ily J Qi, ::. 1 EEV, 3 . YJ l cd m ga .I n l N.lAi yyl ga 0 1, li H Civ li J .lt N ,E:E,..,1. E, A AAAAE z fjf J ROW I: M. Nolte, J. Norton, B. Nugent, J. A. Orite, R. Ornella, M. J. Ortrnan, J. Panaro ROW 2: C. Parsons, N. Pies, M. Pittman, J. Rahe, S. Rebel, M. Reissig, C. Rettig ROW 3: M. Rhein, J. Robert- son, P. Robinson, R. Robin- son, J. Roedig, M. C. Roe' der, J. Rohs ROW 4: S. Rork, E. Rosen- berger, J. A. Ross, N. Ross, C. Ruether, C. Ruff, M. Sander ROW 5: B. Sayers, C. Scha- fer, C. Schapker, E. Schaible, J. Schenkel, J. Schlotman, L. Schmidlin ROW 6: E. Schmidt, H. Schneider, M. J. Schuerman, S. Schwab, C. Sedgebeer, N. Shaver, M. Siebenburgen IND PRAISE GOD IN HIS ROW 1. M, Sollrnan, M. J Spicer, E. Siaigl, J. Steiger- wald, J. Sieinmetz, E Sloeckel, P. Suesser ROW 2: M. Sullivan, J Sunderhans, C. Tewes, R Thomas, K. Thuener, M Torbeck, S. Tosella ROW 3. J, Tracy, E. Veld- haus, J, Vogel, P. Vonrlen- brinke, B. Wade, L. Vfarii- dorl, V. Wasmer ROW 4: D. Waters, J. Weber, M. Weinlieimer, K, Weis- brodt, M. Wernke, J. Wid- mer, B. Wiemeyer HOW 5: D. Wiesrnan, J. Wilkymaclcy, A. Will-le, J. Wilmes, D. Wingate, L. Woodward, M. Wuestefeld GIFTS Arbor Day-MMH acl quires new tree. Seeing that it's planted are S. Bath, C. Archibald, V. Wolfram, M. J. Neiheisel, M. A. Kohls, A. Berlsch, J. Steinmetz, J, Berning. . ,X , 5. 1 . . .,. .... . . . rrra r..... ..a I I 'J"i rei. n'lr as f li ' DA ii ' ,H ,X .... ' f - i .---' " A . - ."'. f f' 'F' -.'- Z -iii fi ' if ""' ' " . . . 'ii ' A Y :.., V ,. t W .:.. , 3, - ,ik Q Ni ww ik - ,.,,.,q 9? VVQ, I ,,: zz' :,,, . 3 Q , f l W, ' I Q t i-,' I 'ii I 1. sir " L Z : , . .J , ..,., .S . . T. 'SS' '- - "Qs, ff, . .QF ... I " x ,Q f., :-.,,. I f,,: E ::: .,.: , 1 new .:'-' -I . :QI 'I , Q ..... n'-ri f i arzr "n' 'E i' fi J 4 ' I H Y . it E S : Q -..'... zrz I - . ' N giae:":5. :il W -, .. r ,,-: i F E. A . K if - ---' zzz I -Yi' S ..,.,,, I iiii i ii i A i i i i i iii asf ....,,,. I J mf ,. .. I J. f f 6 -in ... . w A ."' ' ff.Q1., J I ' -I A I ,.., ,Q A , b:: i v J.. b P K ',' f '1:" 1 -.,.aE. y fir- ,EE R -S. :.. . , J 6 l fx A, 3 NOT PICTURED: J. Birclc, L. Brockmeier, E. Gerhardt, M. A. Goedl, M. K. Pope, D. Schneider, M. Trageser, K. Zehner Round and round on the merry go round go freshman class pr sidents K Klosterman, B. Ruwe, D. Buttelwerth, J. Hendy, Kathy Gleason and M Franke This is a perfect example of our trolicking freshies who take time out for a frolic before class. FROLICKING FRESHMEN. Steps and more steps, this room and that room, textbooks, notes! What a life! For the first few weeks, many of us Freshmen found ourselves lost in the bewildering maze of corridors and tloors. Finding our route from class to class provided an amusing source of bewilderment. lt seemed to many of us that road maps should have been included in the book list. Ah, yes, this is the life of a Mercy Freshie. We're really not such a sorry a lot as the above description appears. High school must begin somewhere and we, Mercy Freshmen, are this somewhere. We're just a new generation of the ever continuing Mercy tradition, The route may be rough and hard but somehow we shall conquer these difficulties and we in true Mercy spirit will travel these worn paths from Freshman until, at last, our Senior year merits the happiness, the accomplishment - graduation. Oops! Wrong room! Our two bewildered treshies, B. Vogt and J. Flanagan discover Room 207. But what did they do with 208? BOW 1: A. Ackman, J. Al- bright, M. Amorini, D. Angner, C. Ashbrock, J. Bachnian, P. Back BOW 2: M. Barkalow, P, Bartel, C. Baumgartner, M. J. Becker, J. Beiersdorfer, P. Beisel, R. Behrens ROW 3: T. A. Bertke, J. Besl, G. Bien, C. Blessing, I. Blessing, A. Blinkhorn, J. Bolia ROW 4: E. Bonaventura, J. Bone, R. Bosse, B. Bouck, G. Brackrnann, D. Brehm, C. Breiiielder ROW 5: A. Brown, J, Budde, P. Buster, M. J. Busam, D. Bultelwerth, E. Byrne, C. Canning ROW 6: C. Carney, M. Car- roll, C. Connelly, L. Cook, M. A. Coonen, K. Cuni, B. Danner ROW 7. J. Danilo, M. Daughlery, M. Davis, D. Dee, S. Di Ciero, D. Doll, J. A. Dragan. ROW 8: A. Dubach, G. Duwel, M. Egbers, M. El- lerl, P. Ellis, M. Emmerich, E. Engst ROW 9: B. Ermer, J. Espe- lage, N. Feller, B. Ferguson, P. Ferneding, C. Filippine, M. Fischer ROW 10: D. Ficker, J. Flan- agan, K. Fox, M. Franke, C, Franz, M. Franz, M. Freeman Q A . g I -'fl l l' . we A A J f i f f- + .1 .f 1 in ' B J - M ' ' lf i l F w qiilnnf. 1 er ww. , 5 , l..,, J 1.- i F a 6 ar a Big sisters and little sisters like to eat! M. A.CId1l1Gf, L. Uinberg, A. Pe-nick and R. Tenbrink prove this statement and they look like it's fun! ARE INITIATED AS MERCIANS. it e i f is t ftt tt .... tt tt J Q gf i li A tif E.' 2::1Q.. .,1:,: ..., ' . ilil ':-,.. A . 1 4 1 A 2 hfitdl HE ,dt J A 1 A MQMANA x w,g,i lll QQAVC gag. iilll K f e .:.,,,,V if N in . .f J yew: M b ir , .....::gqi:: r Zzz M Q, Eizzg ' AEE: ..,, Z 5 ZEEEZV Q ggg i R y i ml 4 - m r rif ...... , Q . i ...... ir ... .,.,...,.,.,.., . , l,,,.. ' f': ... G' .,,, - 'l,. tt "" ..,.,.,. . ""': 1 2 2 ' . ,,," ':"' 'i'tQ G ----- " ..,., . 't-. ' 5 -. ,z ,.,v: X X ,:..,,: E 3 5- x Y . af' ' Alilnll E zlln , 1 ' 'i"' J i x is .... 1 1 tktt I i 1 1 Al f ROW 1: B. Frey, C. Frey J. Frey, K. Frey, G. l'nln, M. Gallagher, C. Gallina HOW 2' E. Gavin, M. L Geblrznd, J. Geliling, N Geides, K. Gleason, J. Goetz B. Griffin HOW 3: M, Groen, P. Gm gan, J. Gite, B. Gntjalir, D Hall, M. H. Hall, A. Ham nierle HOW 4. C. Harrington, J Hustell, P. Hauser, J. A Heukinullei, J. Heeg, V Heister, M. Henistegei ROW 5- J. Hendy, G. Hen nekes, K. Herbert, R. Heuer man, A. Heyob, M. Hoene meyer, J, Hotfrogge ROW 6: C. Holnmnn, J Holley, C. Holmes, D. Hon konip, B. Hoyer, D. Hnuil M. Huelsinan ROW 7: R. Hulsinan, B Hutli, D. lmsande, M, Jacob L, Jenkins, M. Juenglinq, M Kalblaes f Taking part in the play, "The Sanur," axe dramatic students C. Tranth, C. Konerman, A. Brown, J. Welmes, K. Wade, and B. Whitaker. The play was given on Decembei oth. XND SHOW ROW lg M. K. Kaiser, M. Kaiaus, M. Kelley, A. Kielei, J. Kleinwaechter, M. Klopp, C. Klosleimun HOW 2- S. Kneer, E. Koch, J. Koetlers, C. Konernian, J Kroegei, C, KllIlS6ll11ll6I', K Kunz ROW 3: K. Lublneier, H Lachliup, M. Lzicorliglia, C Laflerty, J. Lnnck, B. Lan mann, C. Lillie ROW 4: C. Lindsey, A. Long M. Ludwig, A. Lnebbering B. Lnhrniein, J. Lulcen, G Lutlerbei ROW 5 J. A. Luiz, B. Mac Donald, S. McAnaw, J. Mc Fudden, E. McMahon, A Marks, S. Martin HOW 6: D. Mussinein, P Mayer, J. Mayr, M. L. Meer, L. Menlrnp, K. Metzler, J Meyer ROW 7. J. Miceli, M. Mid- clendorl, S. Millei, P. Mitch- ell, J. Moeves, L. Mohlen lcurnp, M. Monahan DRAMATIC TALENT was wr'-wer - .,.. . W, ...:.: L 3- ,,,,,,. i K 'W' " "': 9 X .. x ig X QQAQ. am.. as N ...Q ...X ..... 5 Q- , se - . 4355. WE GAIN PRESTIGE AS MODE 'uw gp- "A Pretty Girl ls Like u Melody" and these pretty lreshies, C. Murphy, K. Kunz, P. Grogan and L. Schneider are melodies in their outfits which blend in perfect harmony. LS. ROW 1: D. Moratschek, S. Morris, S. Murnan, C. Mui- phy, K. Musick, M. Mylotr, B. Neiheisel ROW 2. G. Nemann, J, Nie- haus, C. Oliver, J. Oswald, K. Owens, C. Pulaselc, C. Papania ROW 3: P. Pies, M. C, Pitt- man, J. Plum, K. Ouzitmun, M. Rein, J. Reissig, J. Richard ROW 4: J. Riedel, S. Riemun, M. Ries, J. Rolcers, S. Robin- son, P. Rolert, M. Rudig ROW 5. M, Rnthemeyex, B. Ruwe, L. Sandman, B. Sauer, S. Schablein, M. Shaffer, J. Schaich ROW 6' P. Sclmnnes, B. Scherra, M. Schloemer, N. Schloemer, J. Schmitt, M. Schmidt, J. Schneider ROW 7. L. Schneidel, C. Schneiders, R. Schnittker, E. Schnurr, S. Schroeder, M. Schroer, L. Schumacher ROW I: A. Schwab, P. Sci- nrra, M. Seimer, B. Smith, P. Smith, N. Spanagel, P. Sperber ROW 2: B. Spicer, C. Stauder, J. Stein, N. Steinle, M. Steltenpohl, S. Stephens, J. Stiglel' ROW 3: S. Stoll, M. Strassell, P. Strassell, J. Sucher, J. Swatiord, C. Tabler, P. Teal ROW 4: J. Tekulve, R, Tenbrink, J. Tenoever, R. Thinnes, C. Trauth, L. Tra- ver, S. Tritsch ROW 5: L. Umberg, B. Vogt, N. Vondenbrink, K, Wade, R. Walter, C. Ward, M. Warren ROW 6: M. Weber, A. Weil, J. Weinheimer, J. Weisen- bach, J. A. Weitz, M. Wen- ning, E. Westerkamm HOW 7: M. Westrich, B. Whitaker, G. Widmer, M. Widmer, C. Williams, J. Wilmes, J. Wirtz ROW 8: A. Wolljung, J. Wright, C. Wuest, V. Wuest, R. Young, L. Zimmer AND ... ' .... V 2 S r a J I Af .-:Z- X." . ' Q rel. ASPIRE TO BE SOPHOMORES 71 THIS IS MY SCHOOL AND the organizations . . Participating in mission work and the lay apostolate, taking part in dramatic presentations and speech events, and assembling projects and publishing club bulletins build spirit and cooperation and make me proudtosay, "THIS IS MY SCHOOL." 72 lllzitg If 2 1 5' L,,k . 1 ? . 5 3 5 i Ss? CSMC PROMOTES MISSION There are some in every crowd! Yes, a tew generous souls like M. Hughey, H. Byrne and P. Wade who act as clean-np crew after the events of Mission Day. With brooms in hand and mission spirit sparkling they make all spic and span and ready for use Coverinq up the little Christ Child is Anita Willenbrlnlz, CSMC preslclent, while the Flaig, Sue Shaw and Bonnie Wade look admiringly at the Christ Chilcl's blanket which ZEAL Mercy girls don mission manners and embark on their missionary journey. They sail seas with such impressive names as "Tax Stamps" and "Catholic books and maga- zines". The jolly Mission Mariners cast their lines and catch reward- ing prizes - Advent projects, Fr. Rigney Campaign, and the biggest prize ot all - Mission Day. Our mariners sail through the year and as a bonus tor their careful plotting ot a course and work on board ship, were able to climax the missionary trip with a splash! other officers Sandy Sttatman, Carolyn is a symbol oi the Mercians' generosity toward the Big M campaign. The love and sacrifice ol Mercy's CSMCers made the Christ Child very happy on Christmas Day. ,RWE V 1 MCAULEYANS BECOME VALIANT WOMEN W1 we Otticers of the various divisions of the McAuley Club take ti-ne out from a business meeting to smile pretty tor our camera. The smiling misses are A. Long, E. Veldliaus, M. Minnich, C. Hnurr, E. J, K1-irtye, N. Scott, M. L. Huitink, N. Espelage, P. Hilvert, J. Bennett, D. Hofmann and G. Bien. Seated are senior otficers M. Seiwert and C. Massmun ol the lntunt Home qroup. To get the year off to fi good start, the McAuleyans had at Mass and breakfast for the new members. New member, Ann l-less, receives her medal of Mother McAuley from Father Connell, chaplain, making her a full-fledged member ol the McAuley Club, "And who shall find a valiant woman?" Members of McAuley Lay Apostolate have found this valiant woman--Mother Catherine McAuley. By their mirroring of her virtues, they too will be valiant women. The year began with a Mass and breakfast for all members. Then McAuleyans honored the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Sisters of Mercy. Add to this success the various programs and other such works of Mercy which they have achieved and you have valiant girls who will be valiant women. AND G'ERS SEEK PERFECT SPEEC The senior players who proudly display that gold M and G pin on their uniform are ROW 1, D. Foltzer, M. .l. Seiwert, C. Kunz, R. Schutte, J. Molique, ROW 2, C. Massman, .l. Guglielmi, C. Dochterrnan, l... Merrill, C. Firstos, president, K. Hoar, ROW 3: B. Labmeier, K. Kunz and D. Dutro. These girls together with the junior members took part in a variety ot dramatic productions. Young at heart are junior M and G'ers: ROW 1, .l. Dyer, C. Plageman, M. Molengratt, M. Casey, S. LeCount, ROW 2, L. A. Jung, A. Hirschberg, M. Moorman, J. Kuchen- buch, K. Shannon, R. Murphy, ROW 3, M. S. Shaw, N. Kraushar, .l. Espelage, J. A. Heidorn, J. Reissig, P. Hinrichs, J. Sommer, R. Basch, J. Hoetker-all eager thespians. What is that gold pin on your uniform? Why, that means I'm a Masque and Gavel member! Any Mercy girl who can boast that little pin can be proud ot her club, tor she had to really work for her first two years to get the ninety average required tor membership. M and G girls took part in two productions, "Oh Father" was the comedy about a Richmond family, in the spring the Mercy girls again combined dramatic talents with the Elder players in the comedy "Our Miss Brooks". Vigorous work and fun are the trademarks of Mercy's dramatic club. M and G would not be the same without them. ARTISTIC An artist's dream come true - at least the dream ot a Mercian artist when she's asked to join Theta Art. Her accomplishments in the field ot art have now been recognized and rewarded. Theta Art holds meetings twice a year and many graduates who are now using their knowledge ot the arts, either professionally or as a hobby, return and renew their triendships with other Theta Art members who had painted their dreams on the canvas of life. IN DRESS AND DESIGN Proudly displaying the announcement of SDS's tenth anniversary are Mercy's modest minded misses P. Sack and J. Guglielrni, MMH's representatives in the organization Girls with magic tingers, Theta Art Club members, are seated: P. Wade, E. Gleason, M. Frey, B. Lampe, G. Guetle, standing J. Schlechtingen, R. Kreimer, A. Rehkamp, S. Ruther, J, Guglielmi, in-school president, V. Sontag, E. Nesselhut and P. Schettlei 77 GOOD BOOKS INCREASE KNOWLEDGE .Xi li f Putting the Book Club bulletin together are members, J. Doerger and P. Delaney. Books, anyone? Realizing that Proud recipient ot the Catholic Book Month award is Esther Nesselhuf, Mother of spending 8 quiet evening Mercy senior. Sister Emmanuel and Sister Wilmelmina present Esther with her award. a book has been running a poor second to television's appeal, the Mercy Book Club has aroused enthusiasm in the treasures of modern authors. Thus, Mercians have learned to love good books. Posed in the library are book club members: ROW 1, M. Lauterwasser, R. A. Spaith, L. .l. Reidel, C. Andres, P. Wade, S. Jones, J. Doerger, C. Schere, ROW 2, M. Streng, P. Delaney, D. Elbert, M, Schwietering, M. Meentz, M. L. Hekler, L. Wetzel, G. Guetle, C. Westerkamm, P. Schettler, L. Brockhaus, J. Guglielmi and J. Schlechtingen. The girls keep us up to date on worthwhile reading. 78 SPEECH CAN BE GOLDEN, TOO! Blend cleverness with quality, add a pinch of alertness plus another of capability, mix in a dash ot extemporaneous speaking and you have a Mercy debater. Yes, the recipe is complex, but the result so satisfying. Our fine debating teams who have made an outstanding performance in the various events ot the year are members ot Greater Cincinnati Speech League. What a recipe! Enjoying their victory with their coach, Miss Schwach, are Mercy's star debaters, Peggy Hinrichs, Diane Ruehrwein, Terry Klosterman and Nora Carey, who achieved many victories tor Mercy High this year in debating meets and speech tournaments. Explaining the "do's" and "Clon't's" ot debating to her teammates, standing, R. Behrens, M. Busam, C. Luken, M, L. Schroer, C Ttauth, K, M. Kunz, seated, J. A. Orite, C. Merk, P. A. Hinrichs, N. Carey, T, Klosterman, S. Rudig, L. Sandman and J. A Hendy, is Diane Ruehrwein, one ot the members ot Mother ot Mercy debating team which won a variety ot victories this year 79 SCIENTISTS SEEK SGLUTIONS Science is their tield so, seated, M. Westerkamp, J. Heissig, D. Massman, R, Hreimer, J. Rohs, standing, A. Hess, C. Luken and J, Orite listen attentively to C. Massman give her report while D. Curieshop and R. A. Spaith take notes on Carol's report, Stirrin, and inixin', niixin' and stiriin', result Y an award-winning science project lor Deanne Cassini and Maureen O'Connor discovering the "Chemistry of Cosmetics." "Metamorphosis, meson, mag- neto?" It you say it sounds like Greek you're wrong, for those three words are scientific terms. A member ot either Triple AC or the School Science Club could tell you that and probably some more, tor these girls delight in probing, peering and delving in the tield of science. Some oi the girls have shown their worth by capturing top science awards. Our scientific misses are D. Grieshop and D. Dutro on "The Weather", "The Chemistry ot Cosmetics", M. O'Connor and D. Cassini, S. Lud- wig and M. A. Siebenburgen on "Cereal". Want to step into the vast, little known Science world? Maybe you'd discover a "metgy!" MATHEMATICAL MERCIANS WIN MERIT "One or two lumps," asks M. Kessler ol her guests. ln the background, L, Merrill pours as, standing, D. Tobin, R. A. Spaith and M. Schaller wait to be served by Lil. Are you a mathematical wizard or just an eager beaver in the world of mathematics? Whatever the case may be, the math club is meant for you! Miss Mercy will explore many phases ot the mathematical world. Remember, active minds make happy people, you'll indeed be happy! Three senior members of the math club gained awards during the course of the past school year. "Divided They Fall" was the title ot the oral paper composed by Lillian Merrill. Gayle Guetle received a key tor her project combining math and art. Marlene Kessler merited an honorable mention. Come on, mathematical wizards and eager beavers, and join up! Taking it all in are Math Club members, ROW 1, M. Schaller, M. Schweitering, ROW 2, R. A. Spaith, D. Tobin, R. Weil, ROW 3 J Demo, M, Kessler, R. Heyl and G. Guetle as they listen with delight to L. Merrill's explanation ot the blackboard diagram. GIRLS IN BLUE---LADIES IN WHITE "Nursing isn't all work," declare Misses Nancy Harp and Peggy Harrington, H.N.'s, to encourage future R.N.'s, Jane Rohs and Kathy Gleason, who do not seem to need much encouragement. The girls met these R.N.'s at u Future Nurses Club meeting. Walking the dim and silent hall ot a hospital, giving solace to a wounded soldier, probing into a world of disease - naturally, the girls won't be doing this tor quite a time, but by joining the Future Nurses Club, they're preparing for this type of work. Seeing works of many charities, visiting various nursing homes or offering their services in hospitals helps make the career seem closer. They will discard an old uniform to don another - pledged to humanity. These future girls in white are, ROW 1, J. Tengler, M. E. Linlert, B. Iasillo, M. Zang, C. Robertson, M, Casey, K, Shannon, S. LeCount, C. Kranlz, ROW 2, M. Koch, B. Gooding, B, Westrich, K.Byrne, G.VogeI, S.Trippel, N.Wood, .I.Willenborg, P.l'lizer, ROW 3, P. Steinker, C. Mallot, J. Sunderman, B. A. Bouck, M, O'Connor, J. A. Brockmeier and P. Sack. all members ol F.N.C. 82 CHARITY TO ALL THROUGH RED CROSS Girls who wear the Red Cross ure, ROW l, M. Hyun, S. Stralman, C. Flfiig, ROW 3, .l. Gleason, D. Anger, E. Gavin, L. Henlce and Just a red cross, but behind it is an organization with a heart and here at M.M.l-l. the Mercians are proud to be junior members, Mercy's Red Cross president is Ellen Gleason, who spearheads a multitude of Red Cross drives and is ably assisted by the Red Cross representatives from the homerooms, They commenced the year with a drive to make joke books tor the veterans in the many hospitals to inject a little happiness into their holidays. Needless to say, the year was filled with projects of mercy, proving-Red Cross has a heart. J. Kain, J. Flanagan, L. Hotzxtannj ROW 2 C Plageman V Wolfram l MacDoi1ld Reidel, L. Molenkamp, C, Archibald, J. Hendy. These girls are homeroom Soap, b:vo'c:', toys and all are packed two expert PEICHOTS are Ellen Gleason These senxoritas are experts at saying si si tor they are members ot the Spanish Club. Senoritas are, seated, P. Spencer, S, Erhart E Gleason M Koch M Schweitering standing M Streng, M. Lauterwasser, C. Hester, E. Nesselhut, S. Ruther, L. Hagen B Yeltner M Elder and .l King Miss Marie Martino Spanish teacher, is the moderator of Espanol lthe Club's namel. Are you searching for something romantic, yet foreign? Ah, then look no turther, for right here at Mercy is the answer. Do you picture yourselt in some small ville ot Marseille? Then, it's French you're looking tor - yes, this is an intriguing language, and it can be easily learned by all. Ot course, it you preter something a bit more South American, then Spanish is the accent to acquire. Si si or oui - we have both. The hum-drum ot Spanish and French conjugations can be broken up by each of the tun-packed meetings ot both clubs. Displaying the picture ot the patroness ot the French Club is J A Blazer while the other mademoiselles, seated, M. Moorman, C Robertson R Basch B A Brooks M Hosenacker G D1Toro H. Tulley, S. LeCount, R. Salter, standing, Miss Martino, J. Wolff S Shaw N Luken and A Kaminsky display their pretty smiles for the camera. The girls are members of Les Sansoucis. MERRY MERCIANS IN A LATIN MOOD "Latin is not a dead language!" This is a statement which third and fourth year Latin students very frequently make as they plunge through Cicero's Orations and Vergil's epic Aeneid. They've also discovered just how alive Latin really is. To climax the year, the members of the Latin Club turn the hands of time back to the days of old Rome and hold the annual Roman banquet. The menu of the banquet ranged from ovae ad mali. All things come to an end, even in old Rome and with a strain of, "Vos Valete" in their ears, our Romans came back to the present with proof that Latin is still very much alive in this day and age! "This is really different," say M. Ashrock, C. Bodden and E. Ludwig as they wash their hands between courses at the Roman Banquet. The slaves are A. Wilke and I... Hursting. Looking like they've just stepped out of the latest Roman fashion magazine are, ROW 1, D. Ruehrwein, H, Byrne, C. Dochterman, R. Salter, C. Krantz, C. Bodden, P. Wade, K. Hoar, M. J. Seiwert, ROW 2, S. Shaw, S. Stahley, M. M. Wittekind, M, Asbrock, M. Moorman, N. Wood, J. Dyer, D. Dittman, J, Kuchenbuch, ROW 3, G. Kathman, L. Jung, E. Ludwig, N. Carey, M. Casey, J. Byrum. IN VICTORY OR DEFEAT GAA IS TOPS "They're on the ball - but that is not all - they are Mercy's GAA'ers!" Yes, give a cheer for our athletic lassies who have made a name tor themselves in the revolving, whirling world of basketballs, baseballs, and ping pong tables. This year GAA has acquired a "new look" - Miss Susan Decker, moderator ot the club. The enthusiasm and zeal ot Miss Decker in guiding sports activities here at M, M. H. has certainly been tremendous. Rah! Rah! Rah! Miss Decker and GAA, Mercy's athletic misses are ROW l, P. Hilvert D Hofmann M A Kohls M Zang C Mangold K Kunz M N Meyer C Schaefer, A, Luebbering, ROW 2, R. Salter, J Steinmetz B Booth M C Karren C Menkhaus B Frey P Monaco S Murphy P. Hofmann, J. Vogel, C. Murphy, M. J. Rieskamp .I A Wilmes ROW 3 P Horak P Bertke M Sullivan M J Poll-:mg J Kruetzkamp, C. Wuest, J, Staub, M. O'Connor R Meyer H Murphy M Schwietering M Minnich E Hoehn Miss Decker ROW 4, M, Groen, J. Welage, J, Crawford, J. Karwisch G Feldman M A Higgens .I Carlson J Thinnes G Kabbes C Arclu bald and C. Rennick. SIGNALS FDR SAFETY ARE SET Keeping in mind the slogan "The life you save may be your own," the safety-conscious Mercians try early to convince everyone of the importance of safety at school, at home and everywhere else. Along with setting the proper example, safety representatives attended the city-wide safety conference during the course of the year and sponsored a great number of projects for the promotion of safety throughout the city of Cincinnati. All Mercians know it pays to have - Safety First! MMH's Ellen Gleason, city-wide president of the Safety Club, calls the meeting to order. Besides her office as city-wide president, Ellen is also our Red Cross prexy. Reviewing the rules of safety are safety representatives, ROW l L. Schumacker, J. Sommer, R. Kreimer, J, Willenborg, C. A. Flaig, .l. Wilmes, ROW 2, K. Gleason, D. Karaus, B. Miller, C. Archibald, .l. Norton. The club's moderator is Miss Von Holle, 87 NESS wk! N X ww X X xx im a? W wi, :Jia Y Q x 3- - ,4.:,," sk. g 46? ' X Q is ? ,E :ffm 1 S ,W Q fw 7 F sm .. 2 'SAX- I 'SN Wx S , A x , 1 SN X MX- X x N F g x . ,, W Q x ,xxx A , . Q 1 i I 1 V -1"""F"' f QE r: 5 '54- xND THE OUTDOOR ENTHUSIAST Swing partners! Promenadingl Circling round! What more could you ask for in an old-fashioned square dance Mercians enjoy this activity to a great extent. Mercians prove that "rock and rollers" can also be called "swing and promenadersu Taking a mighty swing at the baseball is Joan Sucher, while catcher, Jo Ann Dragon hopes Joan misses tor her third strike. "Swing your partner, circle round," are familiar sounds to all at M.M.H. Something old's become something new -square dancing! In gym classes the "rock and rollers" trade the heel toe step to a toe heel one and away they go, back through the years when cowboys and Indians were riding the plains when the height of entertainment was an old fashioned "hoe down". Turning back the hands ot time Mercians hold their own "hoe down" in gym class and many are experts in swinging their partners, circling round and promenading! Ah! spring, the time when most girls' thoughts turn toward romance, Wait! What is happening clown on the field? What ARE the girls hitting? Baseballs! Mercians cast aside all their thoughts except those pertaining to softball. Our big leaguers are really showing what they can do. "Woe betide" to those whose thoughts turn to romance instead ot to baseball bat and glove. 93 GETTING A TREMENDOUS KICK. "It looks like a ringer," declare spectators Mary Jean Polking and Mary Ellen Liniert. The lucky thrower, Betty Benson, beams with pride at her accomplishment. Incidentally, the girl with the calculating eye is Maureen Heavy, Betty's worthy opponent. As green shoots ot grass peek from the ground, you can be positive it won't be there for long, because the Mercians have taken to horseshoes. With a determined look and a keen eye, you can bet it's a ringer. A couple of powerful heaves of those horseshoes and out come the bottles of linament to ease aching muscles. Yet all ot us agree during spring it's horseshoes for me. "I believe it is my point," states Pat Monaco to her opponent, Marilyn Zang. Both girls know how important that one point is, 94 DUT OF RINGERS AND HOME RUNS Victoriously crossing home plate is Rosemary Schnittker, while Marie Huelsman iollows behind, making the score two to nothing. fundamentals ot kickball and other sports but also the essential factor in the field of athletics - the practice of good sportsmanship. Mercians are well equipped to play to win but also are able to lose like true Mercians, tor it's just a game. Win or lose, it is the sportsmanship that really counts! "It's going, it's going, it's gonel" The girl in blue and white speeds around the bases amid the cheers oi her teammates, "It's a home runl" So are the rewards of an exciting kickball game. Mercians play the game with vim and vigor, each hoping to acquire the most points for her team. But personal gain is put aside and the girls work and play together, learning not only the basic Watching their teammates' energetic escapades are J. Schaid, J. Weisenbach, J. Plum, A. Brown, who say, "kickball is tunI" Practicing up on her kicking is J. Hastell, while her teammates M. J. Spicer, J. Weisenbach, P. Swattord, M. A. Higgins, G. Wirimer, D. Hall, M. Steltenpohl, K. Gleason, H. Brady, M. Harvey, A. Boehmer and A. Hess await their turn to "practice up!" 2.f.se4w2bLaZsw..J'tX axe ss STEP HIGH AND CHEER THE TEAIN "Marching Along Together" are majorettes, Margaret Buttelwerth, Gayle Guetle and Mary Esther lsler who march with Elder's band. "Do you need help?" ask M. L. Buttelwerth and M, E. lsler of G. Guetle who meets trouble with a smile as she tugs on her boots. "Vivacious", according to Webster, means lively, sprightly and gay. According to us, it means Mercy's majorettes. With the rnajorettes from Seton, these high-stepping, fast-twirling girls lead the Elder band in elaborate, diversified formations. Spirited! Lovely! What more could you ask tor? And we Want nothing more, tor our cheerleaders are both. Mary Jo, Minalee and Pat shouted a "Rah! Rah!" for the Panthers at all Elder games. ln return we say, "Rah! tor our pert Kittens!" Our pert and pretty "kittens" who cheer for the Elder panthers are Minalee Molengraft, Pat Robinson and Mary J. Seiwert. With their spirited, "Yea purple, yea white," our three girls cheered those Elder Panthers on to victory after victory this year. I1 "'N TIL THE "BIRDIES" In action, are Minalee Molengratt and Pat Robinson giving an example of why the Elder Panthers had such a successful season. "Aw shucks, gym is all over," declare Betty Benson and Melanie Minnich as they trudge back into the gym after a terrific game ot softball. Following very close behind are their teammates. COME HOME Badminton can surely be a tough gamel Helen Tully and Carole Knarr give evidence of this as they take more than an active part in hitting that "birdie" over the net. What enthusiasm! "All good things must come to an endl" And so tired, but happy, Mercians trudge in from gym class. They've had happy times, some "batting that birdie" others "batting that ball". A few of the braver and brawnier girls even attempted pitching horseshoes. Although the activities were different, each Mercian had one thing in common, she had iunl Gym class is a time when thoughts of books and lessons can be tossed to the tour winds and you have an opportunity to concentrate on other things, such as "sliding into home plate" or "hitting a home run" or "making a diving catch." Such things put that "punch" in gym class and ere long, Miss Mercy has been dubbed All-American. The bell rings, Miss Mercy returns to her books! 97 THIS IS MY SCHOOL AND the activities . Doing thing together - joining journalistic talents, making beautiful melodies, presenting successful plays, working and praying together - through these I know and enjoy my school and all my friends and Ihappilysay, "THIS IS MY SCHOOL." 98 wf f 3 -yay eg Q8 ,A ,lf 3 X K Mg V J! 3- ' sl- I x- ,R -- .5--L , . 1 ' 5 ' ' 1- - -jr fzZ'fQ'3:-frf- FLASH! MERCYWCOD IN PRODUCTION MERCYWOOD's talented editors, Ruth Ann Schutte and Sue Shaw, stop their work on picture layouts and writeeups to admire the blue and white cover oi the '57 annual. "Where's the Dummy? Is the composite complete ?" These are indeed unfamiliar questions to anyone not present in Room 207 at eighth period. But to the very versatile members of the MERCYWOOD staff they are as familiar as the "flowers in May." Our budding authors learn by doing, so it is not impossible to discover one, "buried" in copy with piles of sharpened pencils near at hand and the wastebasket filled with attempts at writing body copy and picture captions. For those who feel more inclined to the secretarial activities, there is also a place on our staff for you. Here's a grand opportunity waiting for you, typing, filing and "pastin' up." The chosen few will be catchin' and totin' for MERCYWOOD's able photographer. Busy, busy-yes, senior members of the MERCYWOOD staff are engrossed in puttin' out the MERCYWOOD. Margie Meents, Marily Koch and Ruth Kreimer are paging through the dummy for a brief preview of the MERCYWOOD. Checking to see how it was done last year are Pat Spencer and Judy Willenborg while Peggy Delaney helps Cathy Westerkamm type up some copy. 100 Enjoying a humorous picture caption are Susan Jones, .losianne Guglielmi and Lynn Brockhaus while Mary Ann Lauterwasser looks like that cat who swallowed the canary as she lines up pictures lor the engraver. These girls prove that work can he fun! Checking and filing the names of advertisers are Nancy Wood, Rayette Reising, Nancy Scott, Jackie Smyth and Mary Ciuccio, WORK 'WORK 0 WORK Flash! MERCYWOOD did it again! Once again our annual had been named - All American! Medalist! All Catholic! It really is a yearbook of which every Mercian can be proud. From the very beginning to the end, write-ups, pictures, ads also, MERCYWOOD is justified in claiming all honors- ALL CATHOLIC! ALL AMERICAN! MEDALIST! Struggling with their first write-ups are M. .l. Neiheisel, C. Engelke and E. Westerkamm, as M. Kues, L, Meyer file negatives. EXTRA ! EXTRA ' Type is set and presses are ready to roll for the GLEANINGS, MMl'l's school paper! You just have to look at the eager faces when GLEANINGS comes off the presses and you know that according to all popularity polls, GLEANINGS is tops. Why? Well, one reason is - the complete coverage of school events from the awarding of scholastic achievements to the humorous happenings which occur quite frequently. No wonder each Mercian is proud to see her name in print in GLEANINGS. GLEANINGS is ready to go to press! Well, almost ready, much to the delight of GLEANINGS reporters, Carol Massman, Mary Jo Seiwert, Eva J, Kartye, Charlene Firstos and Carol Dochterman, GLEANINGS reporters enjoy a good laugh when J, A. Molengrafl makes a witty comment. Jo Ann's audience includes H. M. Hour lwho didn't think the comment wittyj, N. Carey, M. J. Rieskamp, J. A. Kathman, H. Hertsenberg, J, Schmutte, M. Moorrnun and C. Modafari who considered Jo Ann's remark humorous indeed. "Lost" is the word for these reporters-lost in the reward of their efforts - GLEANINGS! Our "lost" reporters are, seated, Marilyn Ryan, Deanna Tobin, Doretta Grieshop, Cris Kunz, Paula Schettler, Jacquelyn Sommer, standing, Audrey Hehkamp, Peggy Schonhoft, Jackie Welage, Judy Riehle, Never fear, the reporters will find their way before next issue ol GLEANINGS. 3 G limgdffgiizffi ' W3 5355353 A fi? X X READ ALL ABOUT IT IN GLEANINGS Cub reporters are, ROW 1, M. Crater, J. Greiner, C. Archibald, C. Huber, D. Cassini, J. Kruetzkamp, ROW 2, M. Minnich, D. Neiheisel, P. Nemann, J. Norton, R. M. Ornella, S. Rebel, ROW 3, M. Sollman, J. Tracy, B. Wade, M. Welge, K. Eckstein, ROW 4, J. Rohs, C. Ruff, C. Link, P. Egan, E. Gerhardt, J. Lambert, S. Mathews and P. Dielzer. The cubs put out the February issue. Junior Journalists is what they are! Who? The Cub Staff of GLEANINGS - the future reporters for GLEANINGS. The Cubs persevered through the year and as a reward for their perseverance the Cubs edited their edition of GLEANINGS. Under the leadership of Kathy Honnert, editor, Joan Felix and Kathy Farragher, associate editors, the cubs produced their very own issue. As a bonus for the cubs' hard work, they became full fledged members of that wonderful staff. Few Mercians realize the work that is behind a fine school paper like GLEANINGS. It certainly is not an easy job and the girls of the GLEANINGS staff are to be congratulated for their efforts, Making deadlines and writing copy, are just a few of the trials GLEANINGS' reporters face. By facing them, they merit a victory-GLEANINGS! Pointing out an interesting headline to K. Honnert is J. Felix while L. Henke, K. Farragher and M. Krouse enjoy the pleased look on the faces of their editors as they read the headline. 103 DEAR OLD DAD TAKES THE LEAE Listening attentively to Rosemary Murphy's praises of Mister Baynard's Gutenberg Bible are Jan Hoetker and Lillian Merrill. whose plans included Europe, finds them reduced to teaching high school English. Mrs. Austin, a wealthy bibliophile, who had her heart set on Mr. Baynard's Gutenberg bible, decides to buy it when she learns of his plan. Dry, sarcastic Cousin Rebecca purchases a lifetime membership in the Maiden Ladies Home, rather than be a charity case. Mrs. Baynard stands by her husband to the end, as her daughters adjust themselves to a life of "Praise cle Lawdl" says Diane Foltzer, the Baynard's maid, when sl The tribulations of a wealthy Richmond family was the theme of Masque and Gavel's first play for the season, "Oh Father". When Mr. Baynard announces that he is leaving the bank to become a college teacher, with a salary drop from ten thousand dollars a year to two hundred a month, his three daughters find their careers menaced. Annette, beautiful and whimsical, cannot go to Hollywood, Elizabeth, the artist, finds her plans to go to New York stopped, and Lucille the poet, A reminder ot respect is given to Kathleen Hour, one of the spoiled daughters of Mi. Baynard, by her mother, Lil Merrill. ie hears of the engagement ol Annette lBea Labmeierl. Smiling their whole-hearted approval ot Annette's engagement are Jane Molique, Carol Massnian, Rosemary Murphy and Lillian Merrill. N MASQUE AND GAVEL'S OH FATHER E i "What an exciting shopping trip l had," said Mary Jo Seiwer after choosing her wedding trousseau. Deanne Dutro, Charlene Firstos, .losy Gnglielini and Carol Dochterman seem pleased with the delight of the bride-to-be over her newly-bought trousseau .M-W" Ouite convinced that the Baynards have plotted against her, Cris Kunz scolds Carol Dochterman as Sue LeCount is puzzled. painting portraits and teaching English, with a wedding for Annette and Bob, her "childhood sweetheart". Everything collapses once again when Mr. Baynard announces that the whole story was a ruse designed to do away with some of the bank's unwanted clients. The girls, delighted not to leave Richmond, forget their ideas and at the familiar cry ot "l-lelen! Helen! where are you?" rush out and greet their "Father! Oh, Father!" Three lriends, Maureen Casey, Ruth Schulte and Kathy Shannon, share some gossip as Martha Moorniun pretends not to be hearing. 3 S l 1 K X i 105 I W WW 55 A Q34 ,A W 1XQ.H wi 'M .rg A 9'2- as-I9 W P vm . JK 9 Nik 1 5. ..4 Ffa!-,A ff ki is si . ., Af - - X-5-M1 ' W , , , - ' FWHM ' 4, ' ' 'W -silk! A-. x Q if 'K' 24 ', 1 ' 1 ' N, hr QE 9 4? M 4 R A X 1: Q? , ff' I ' 'T an 'SA R X- I MW SENIORS STAGE Against his mother's wishes, he leaves his young wife, Tchao ou Niang to take care of his aging parents and departs for the capital. Tsai Yong brilliantly passes the examination and becomes Chief Magistrate. The Preceptor, Prince Nieou, informs Tsai Yong that he must marry his only daughter, Princess Nieou Chi even though he has a beautiful young wife already. Tsai Yong is finally compelled into the marriage. Back home, floods have caused a famine and Tchao ou Niang has been forced to sell all of her clothes to buy food for her husband's parents. In spite of all her care, Madame Tsai and Tsai both die. Their loyal daughter-in-law then journeys towards the capital city, dressed in the raiment of a novice to find her husband. She will take his lute with her to sell songs along the way, so that she can buy food to eat. In the city she gives Youen Kong the Accusing daughter-in-law, K. Hoar of taking food is C. Massman. Her husband Tsai 1G, Guetlel is ashamed of his wife's behavior. ORIENTAL DRAMA On wedding day, Judy Juengling and Kathy Kunz hold bridal wreath for Bea Labmeier, Lillian Merrill as Bea goes to meet her husband Tsai Yong C Kunzl lute so that he may give it to Tsai Yong. When the latter finds out, he starts searching for his wife and finally realizes that he must tell the Princess about his first wife. The young woman then helps him look for Tchao ou Niang. lt's the princess who finally finds the young destitute wife and dresses her in her own royal robes and then brings Tsai Yong to his wife for a happy ending! A family argument between Tsai lGayle Guetlel and Madam Tsai 1Carol Massntanj casts worried looks of anxiety on the faces of Manager fDiane Foltzerl, Tsai Yong lCris Kunzl and his wifel Kathy Hoarj. The play was given according to Chinese theatre. MERCY-ELDER PLAYERS VOTE FOI "Our Miss Brooks" IR. Schuttel did it again! B. Geigle, M. J. Seiwert and T. Borcherding listen as she explains to T. Geckle. "Miss Brooks! can I use my bike after school?" "Miss Brooks, about the lights, Miss Brooks!" It was laughs galore when the Mercy-Elder players got together to present the three act comedy about a high-school English teacher who always manages to get herself into trouble with Mr. Wadsworth, the principal, or Mrs. Allen, president of the school board, whose precious daughter Rhonda simply must get the best role in the play being cast, or else - as "Our Miss Brooks" gives Jane, who s I Actresses do have problems! M. Casey helps C. Kunz to look Tilaetian and M. Molengratt and K. Shannon powder their noses. "lt's clone this way," shouts Butli Ann Scliutte. Enjoying her display of ingenuity are Suzanne M. LeCount, Minalee Molengraft, Don Keman, Kathleen Shannon, Maureen Casey, Deanna Dutro and Josy Guglielmi. P. Tretzger and C. Kunz collaborate with Ruth. si DUB MISS BROOKS "Oh, it's just beautiful," sobs Judy Reissig. Kathy Hoar and Carol Massman seein delighted with .ludy's praise ol the play. F' i Q sign- "Don't go, Conway," pleads Kathy Hour to Conway lDon Wal- tersj while Rhonda Allen lCarol Dochterntanl burns with jealousy. 5 ijt it fi.. . B Quite amused at the principal's fCharles Kernl rising blood pressure is "Our Miss Brooks" portrayed by our Carol Massrnan, is much better than Rhonda, the main role in the play, things begin to get tense. Ted, who has the male lead and is Rhonda's boy friend begins to notice Jane, and when she and Miss Brooks each break one ot Mrs. Allen's expensive vases, Miss Brooks is ready tor a replacement. The hiding of basketballs and band instruments by .lane and Miss Brooks in order to have a long and uninterrupted rehearsal doesn't go over with either the principal or the coach. This makes Miss Brooks most unhappy tor she has long been trying to get along with the coach. His hobby is sailing, so Miss Brooks suddenly develops a "lite long interest in sailing". But, as always, virtue is rewarded and the play being a success, everyone is happy once more. Miss Brooks, Ruth Ann Schutte and Carol Massman and the coach, Tom Borcherding and Jack Middendort, once more are on good terms, as well as Jane, Mary .lo Seiwert and Kathy Hoar, is with Ted, Bob Geigle and Don Walters. Carol Dochterman and Josy Guglielmi played the part ot the jealous Rhonda Allen. 109 MEDALISTS IN DRAMATIC CLIMAX "You" was the title ot the play presented by three ot the Gold Medalists. Seen in a scene from the play are Charlene Firstos, .losy Guglielmi and Carol Dochterman. The first of the two Gold Medal recitals was presented Wednesday evening, May Sth. On May 22nd, Carol Massman, Kathleen Hoar, Mary Jo Seiwert gave the play, "Letter for Charlotte" as part of their recital. ?'ff'Sii Q To the girls in Masque and Gavel there is only one award-the Gold Medal, culminating point of tour years ot work, study and fun. This year's medalists were Charlene Firstos, Josy Guglielmi, Carol Dochterman, with a recital the 8th ot May, Kathy Hoar, Carol Massman, Mary Jo Seiwert gave a similar recital May 22. In order to take part in this recital, each student must be a silver medalist and must have passed two examinations, one in her junior and her senior year. One ot Charlene's readings was "An Old Sweetheart oi Mine", a musical piece. As a humorous number, Carol gave "The Tittlebaum's Picnic", and "Mme. Butterfly" was Josy's dramatic reading. In the second recital, Kathy Hoar gave "The Wheels of Time" as a dramatic number while Mary Jo chose the musical "What's a Boy" and Carol had "The McSquashe's Angel Child" as her humorous piece. Combining their talents the Medalists presented "You" and "A Letter For Charlotte," two plays. 110 SPOTLIGHT IS ON FROST-I--SOPH To begin the Advent season in the best possible way, the freshman dramatic students presented the inspiring play "The Saint", by A. Beatrice linowles. This play portrayed Saint Nicholas, better known to us as Santa Claus, giving the gifts for which he is so famous. When good old Saint Nick had gone, the sophomores turned their attention to Lent and the production of "Heart of Youth" by Herman l-lagedorn. The very dramatic presentation contributed great meaning to the Lenten season. Both these presentations were given through the efforts and direction of the underclassman dramatic teacher, Miss Pulskamp. "The Saint" was the title of the freshman drama in which .loan Wright, Hay Baumgartner, Susan Budig showed dramatic talent. ln a scene from the sophomore production, "Heart of Youth" are Visiting Nicholas 1Sue Rudigl and his helper lliay Baumgartnerl in his shop are Lynne Schneider, Kathy Gleason, Elaine Byrne. Mary Beth Boeing, Jane Norton, Pat Robinson, Erma Veldhaus, Marilyn Torbeck, Marian Tragesei, Mary Ann Einhaus, Charlene Schafer, Bonnie Wade and .Ierri Bennett, sophomore thespians. lk ., ff Presenting for your pleasure the Melody Maids Diane Ruehrwein Jane Rohs, Patricia Mayer, Carol Dechering, Carol Rennick, Mary .lo Neihelsel Loraine Monahan .lane Doerger Phyllis Lind Edna Staigl, Mary Ann Kohls, Kathleen Metzler, Marian Olding, Betty .lean Schnurr Betty .leai Neiheisel Jean Feucht Claire Willianis, Sue Shaw, Mary Middenclort, Kathleen Frances Byrne. AH ONE' AH TWG! MELODY MAIDC "Ohl We ain't got a barrel ot money" . . . but our troubles are gone, we're playing our songs, side by side. It like Casey, you like to waltz or perhaps prefer marches, then come and listen to Mercy's orchestra. Whatever the tempo be, under the highly capable baton of Sue Shaw, it emerges a masterpiece. It you prefer listening to the music of the Orient, you will surely appreciate the selections which are exotic and most colorful. The music that is played is always "sweet and lovely," which also applies to the musicians. The Melody Maids, with their wonderful array ot tunes, provide the background for the various plays and activities that brighten the lives of all Mercians. Melodious strains do not come from just putting music on the stand, but from hard work and many practice sessions. Their efforts will not go unrewarcled! Who knows, maybe some day, they may be featured with Phil Spitalni. Drummers get the beat trom Director Sue Shaw and the orchestra sails off once again on a gala musical excursion at Mercy High, 112 Playing "sweet and lovely," at a practice session are, Betty Neiheisel fflutel, Claire Williams and .lean Feucht ltrumpetsl. IIAKE MERRY, MERRY MUSIC Downlnefrt is given by the directoi and our Melody Maids, Diane Ruehrwein, Carol Decherlng, Carol Ann Renick, Mary Nei- lieisel, Loraine Ann Monalmn and .lane Frances Doerger play away on their instruments. They believe practice rnakes perfect' l 113 Members of the Junior-Senior glee club who presented Advent and Spring programs are, ROW l, J. A. Blazer, M. C. Luensman, C. Plageman, M. Remenosky, M, Koch, K. Kunz, C. Kunz, ROW2, P. Schettler, E. Rettig, A. Penick, C. Merlc, R. Meyer, M. Molen- gratl, H. Hertsenherg, M. Massa, B, Brooks, ROW 3, E. Wurzelbacher, P. Wade, l. Stahl, C. Flaig, C. Westerkanun, P. Sperber, P. Wittelcind, J. Meyer, L. Kreimer, ROW 4, N. Wood, E. Nesselhuf, A. Brames, J, Schrnutte, J. Willenborg, M. Ryan, B. Hertsen herg, C. Vogel, ROW 5, M. Lind, C, Dochterinan, J. Dreier, J. Kesse, K Hear, G. Kathman, J. Perez, G. DiToro, J. Byrunr MERCY CI-IORISTERS TRAVEL ALONC From the beautiful solemnity of Advent music to the colorful and gay lyrics of modern musical selections, the Senior glee club traveled, The impressive Advent season became more beautiful as the Mercy Choristers told in song the coming of the Christ Child. To display their variety of talent, they presented a Spring concert which included old favorites, new favorites and all time favorites. Both programs were under the careful direction of Sister Mary Aloyse. Highlights of Soloists ut thru Junior-Senior glee clubs annual Advent program were Mary MiIl1centBlock, Judy M. Perez and Rosemary Meyer. M.. was K' .IQ . 3 Q Glee club girls continued: ROW 1, J. Welage, K. Shannon, P. Hizer, S, LeCount, J. Day, B. Booth, M. Mathews, ROW 2, L. Jung, J. Knchenbuch, M. J. Rieskamp, M. Streng, M. Block, M, J, Polking, M. Minnich, B. Meyer, J, Schulte, M. Heavey, ROW 3, G, Brune, J. Moliqne, l. MacDonald, T. DiPilla, M. E, Lintert, P. Betsch, R. Borgman, C. Herdmann, J, Diesman, E. Gleason, ROW 4, R. Telscher, R. Basch, J. Espelage, L. Brockhaus, M. J. Mauntel, C. Bodden, C. Firstos, K. Byrne, K. Hadley, T. Froehle, ROW 5, B. Benson, C, Knarr, G. Weisenbaclt, L. Bruns, C. Andres, T, Gerbes, M. Elder, D. Foltzer, M. Godfrey, J. Skelley. X S I C A L S C A the Spring concert program included solos from the music students. To add a dash of charming elegance, lovely talented Donna Picker danced gaily through "It's a Grand Night for Singing" and "The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy", The success of the concert confirmed that May 19th was beyond a doubt, "A Grand Night for Singing!" "It's u Grand Night tor Singing," but a grander one for dancing, proves vivacious D. Picker, tapping as the Choristers sing. .1 ,Ik , We Hllllllll "STRIKE UP THE BAND" AND GC 5' ' ff' T "' F . :: A C Dancing through the sparkling "Winter Wonderland" are Judy Moeves, Donna Picker, Charlene Schafer, .lo Hendy, Lynn Meer. "Strike Up the Band" and the Freshman-Sophomore glee club and the orchestra initiated a journey "Through the Four Seasons". This was the theme chosen for the annual March Musical when the glee club and the orchestra joined together in song and story. "Spring is Here" turned many hearts to thoughts ot love. Then spring rains came, to be followed by sunny summer days and the colorful Our piano duo, Elaine Byrne and Connie Link make the keyboard "talk" as they accompany the glee club through various songs. "This is My Country!" proudly proclaim the Freshman and Sophomore Glee Club and the Orchestra. After traveling through the Seasons, the musical program came to a grand climax with a patriotic tribute, "This is my country, land of my birth. 1' FHROUGH A MUSIC WONDERLAND July Fourth parade. Sousa's "Washington Post March" gave the patriotic spirit ot the season and the enchanting "Summertime" depicted summer in great beauty. "Autumn Leaves" drifted down and autumn entered dressed in the sombre hues ot tall. Then the snow came and all the world appeared to be a "Winter Wonder1and". It was a pertect setting for that old-tashioned "Sleigh Ride" and a sextet ot vivacious, energetic lassies in fur caps and mittens built a snowman and danced to the "Skaters Waltz". As a climax, the orchestra and glee club proclaimed-"This is My Country!" "Columbia, Gem of the Ocean," sing, kneeling, J. Steinmetz, C Stauder, M. Koman, J. Hendy, A. Marks, standing, B. Schaible J. A. Berry, A. Wilke, M, J. Ortman, C. L. Luken, M. Gartner Surrounded by other members of the special chorus are, seated, ROW 1, M. A, Crater, T. Frey, J. A. Franz, A. Boehiner, J. A Hoenemeyer, ROW 2, M. Harvey, standing, D. Kalus, N. Espelage, M. Hall, M. Davis, H. Musick, singing: "Thanks Be To Godf 'bv' 117 A ' 5 v K, o an EAXQWEQ Sf Maggy 5-,QQ Q, ! if H363 SCHGGL M 3 W ',..,., Q 3 S xxx WS. xQI W Q Q , i' "::Q2 L E S 2 4 ' :QI vvz' ,i 6 Intv: xg .:EEEE: i i ::: XX 3 .,.?EE:55.: Q ':'::" ilig X 5 AAqqq:u 2 s. Q A Q. 'f3f fw4AT Q, W ff ? X 4 - QWAIQ , bAA b X 3 X EE , x ,gg E gi ,..,.5.,::.:::,.-: Q gm i E A X Qi' 'W N 1 "if vw , 3 MERCIANS SEEK PEACE OP SOUL Peace of soul is something everyone desires and Mercians received their opportunity to acquire this much sought after virtue during the yearly retreats. The seniors made a closed retreat at Friarhurst, the junior, sophomore and freshman retreats were held for two days at school. The retreat at Friarhurst was most important to the seniors, for there they implored the Holy Spirit to help them decide which road of life would be best for them. Since the retreats were held in January for juniors, sophomores and freshmen, they really began the year correctly - in God's way. Books and lessons were put aside and the girls in blue and white started their day with the Mass and Holy Communion. Confessions were held throughout the day, giving the retreatants an opportunity to know their Creator better and to love Him more. Private prayers and spiritual reading were encouraged, Benediction ended the day, adding to the peace of soul of each Mercian. Three freshman lvleicians, Loretta Mentrup, Judith Hoffiogge and Linda Molenkamp receive worthwhile advice on spiritual matters hom their retreat master, Reverend Father John Bosch, C.PP.S. 1, ,, :l r vw First things first, so M. C. Lul:e:i, L. McArthur and H. Schmidt register at Friarhuist before settlinq down for senior retreat, f 3 SY 'ir .na MISSIGN-MINDED ONE AND ALL CSMC president, Anita Willenbrink, introduces guest speakers, Father Byrne and Mary Bridget Nyland. Also pictured are Ellen Gleason, Mary .lo Seiwert and Sue Shaw, who were student speakers on Mission Day. Each enlarged on the Mission Day theme How you ever reveled in a world of cake sales, white elephants and Miss C.S.M.C.'s? Mission Day was a world of this and much more. Yes, all the Mercians, mission spirited from the beginning to the very end, participated in special days when books and lessons were exchanged tor all kinds ot tun and work tor the missions. "Ii you are baptized, then you are bound to be an apostle," was the theme of Mission Day. Father Byrne ot Saint Paul Parish and Mary Bridget Nyland of Gabriel House addressed the Mercians. For two days, our Mercy girls reveled in a world ot cake sales and Miss C.S.M.C. They say, "lt's great!" Buzzin' round tor Bea is Patty Sack, our pert little bee. As ri result ot her buzzin', Janet Fay adds a coin to the collection. "A bride doll to the lucky winner," says Carol Braun. Hopinq to be the lucky winners ure Kathleen Fox and Loretta Mentiup. 120 UPPORT C.S.M.C. "Writer's cramp" was a common ailment at M.M.H. in February. The C.S.M.C,'ers launched a letter writing campaign in response to Father Rigney's appeal tor public opinion letters to tree ten Amer- ican prisoners held in Red China. It was worth acquiring "writer's cramp" because those prisoners were freed in May. Home Mission Week was a united project undertaken by Elder, Seton and Mercy students. It made home missions better known by the students. The projects were many and varied, but there was torever one quality present in every project - MISSION SPIRIT!!l!! Missionvspirited B. Wade is the winner! A. Willenbrink gives her a prize. E. Byrne, C. Knarr, B. Labmeier smile best wishes. Drop a letter into the mailbox and free an American prisoner is the counsel of M. L. Westerkainp, S. Txippel and T. Bertke. Home Mission Week was the topic of conversation at the meeting ot CSMC officers from Elder, Seton and Mercy. Fr, McCarthy makes a suggestion to, seated, K. Lobring, M. A. Boesing, A.. Willenbrink, standing, J. Hiesl, D. Bushman, S. Shaw, M. Welsh. Siam H. il"'f,. MCAULEYANS STRIVE TO BI Expert McAuleyan seamstresses sewing for God are Mary Koman, Jill Buerkel, Cathy Bruner, Janice Caley and Loretta Schmidlin. Give them a piece of linen, needle and thread and they'll create altar cloths or tabernacle veils. This sewing group of the McAuley Club has certainly been "busy, busy bees" this year. They have sewed a great multitude and variety ol stitches, but they have received their reward when they see what perfection their nimble fingers have created. Affiliated with the McAuley Club are other activities. One of the activities which takes a great deal of personal sacrifice on the part ot these Mc!-Xuleyans is the instruction of retarded children. The girls in this group come to MMH every Saturday morning and teach these children about their Creator, so one day they too will be able to receive Him in Holy Communion. This year tour of the children made their first Holy Communion and if you could have seen the happy faces of these little ones and then seen the looks of pride on the faces ot their teachers - the McAuleyans - you would know that the girls sacrificed for something worthwhile. And all the MCAuleyans strive to imitate all of the virtues of Mother McAuley, their patroness and model. Sicriticing, patient and steadfast describe quite well these McAuleyans, Mary Lou Westerkamp, Diane Dittman and Eva Kartye, Together with their co-workers they are teaching these retarded children to know, love and serve their Creator and Redeemer. IALIANT WOMEN OE THE FUTURE ln the garb ol valiant women are Joyce Bachnian poslulant Patty Hilvert professed sister and Diane Jackson, novice. Our postulant Joyce is showing Sister Pit incl Sister Diane how the 'Sisters ol Mercy have spread all over the world since 1851. Taking up her cross, she follows Him-no better words can depict the lite of Mother MCI-Xuley and her daughters. For one hundred and twenty-five years these sisters have tollowed in her footsteps and to honor this occasion the members of the spiritual group ot the McAuley Lay Apostolate presented a play portraying the lite of the humble foundress of the R.S.M.'s. McAuleyans began the year with Mass, Communion and a special breakfast for the new members. Each one received a medal ol Mother McAuley which reminds her of a-Valiant Woman. McAuleyans get hungry, too-and after the Mass lor the novice members, C. Knari, M. Godfrey, K. Caley, L. Umberg, M. Block, C. M, Dochternian proved just how hungry, 123 CAREERS IN DISCUSSION Cireer Evening lound Mrs. Borchin, librarian, explaining to Pat Alfing, Mrs. Sullivan, Maureen Sullivan, Mr. Sullivan, Martha Moorman, Mrs, C. Moorman and Sister Mary Adele, R.S.M. the importance and need of Library Science in this world of today. Explaining to, seated, M, Ryan, standing, C. Kunz and H. Hoar, the requirements for nurses training, is C. Gentry as .I. Von Rissen smiles in agreement with the very complete explanation. "Nursing, or should it be teaching? Maybe the life of a college student is for me. Perhaps I will be a secretary." Many of the girls found the answers to these familiar questions on the Fifth Annual Career Evenings, which were held on March 12 and 19. Future collegians and their parents filled the auditorium the first night. Mon- signor Edward Freking, who gave the opening address, stressed the importance of a Catholic education in fields of higher learning. Then the assemblage was divided into smaller groups according to their particular interests. The second evening the various careers in business were highlighted. Father Matthews, keynote speaker, described the place of Catholic girls in the present day business world. The speakers included some businessmen of our city and alumnae of Mercy. Whatever the field, our graduates are prepared. 124 ROMAN BANOUET WITH TRIMMINGS if .,,-::- was In typical Roman style, sophomore slaves, Linda Meyer and Judy Berry serve the arbitrer bibendi with that yummy Roman flavor. -, . no ':'::'5.. f i sl . ies , ,.3:,:,: gg X . g,:.,.,? X ,. gtk X? :M A .,, Y ...,.. , we Who else but freshies would have cokes and potato chips at a Roman banquet? The "coca-cola kids" are, ROW 1, P. Ruthe- meyer, M. Sauer, S. Schroeder, ROW 2, J. Budde, M. Groen, C. Konerman, C. Frey, C. Filippine, enjoying a Roman banquet. May 1st was the date! Mercy's lunch room was the place. The ninth annual Roman Banquet was the occasion! Yes, Mercians exchanged their trim uniforms for gay togas designed in true Roman fashion. The cafeteria was no longer "just" a cafeteria, it was a Roman Banquet Hall and the usual menu ot hamburgers and chocolate milk was replaced by baked ham and wine served by the Roman slaves-the sophomore Latin students- while the freshman girls acted as spectators. The guests consisted of Father T. Connell, Chaplain, Father Joseph Heskamp, guest speaker, members of faculty, alumnae and junior and senior members of the Laputinella Club. The evening started, pro- gressed and ended in the typical Roman style. Keeping guests Mary Jo Seiwert, Father Carl Lizza, Father Joseph Heskamp, Father Thomas Connell, Father Marinelli and Carol Dochterman "real cool" are Mary Beth Boeing and Margaret Sollman. Other slaves, R. Ornella, J. Schlotman, serve the guests. TRY TO FIND THESE CAREERS L? 'Mr' ,w X395 e f "Take us out to the ballgamel" was the expressed wish of these Juniors. M, Grampke throws a curve to J. A. Brcclcmeier and kneeling, M. C. Luensman, K, Spitzmiller, H. Feller, M. J. Polking, standing, J. Meyers, J. Thinnes, J. Welage say, "Play ball!" "lt's going to go 'Sh-boom'," declares Rita Oblinger as she mixes compounds and elements. But never fear, our "chemistry" misses, B. Benson, M. L. Wirtz, J. Moeller, J. Borgman, J. Smyth and J. Skelley will keep things under control - we hopell S ' ' EYOND A BLUE HORIZON! To our Seniors the Variety Show is a must. It makes them realize high school days are ending. It makes them laugh and it even makes them cry. It is one of those things that makes memories so memorable. To the faculty it's a lot of things but always when the show has been presented all agree it's worthwhile. But it means everything to the Juniors who are the producers, directors, make-up crew and performers. It's there way of showing that the Seniors deserve only the best. Through the Variety Show the Juniors announce the queen and her attendants who will reign at the Junior and Senior Prom. The Variety Show is their show and it unites the Juniors into one big happy crew, pulling together. It was ship ahoy and the S.S. Opportunity took the Seniors over the sea of life showing to them the fields open to them after graduation. As a parting word, the crew told the passengers that "beyond the blue horizon waits a beautiful day," and that Anita Willenbrink would reign as queen, Carolyn Flaig and Mary Jo Seiwert at her side at the Prom. Amidst tears and smiles, the crew wished their Seniors "Bon voyage" on their journey on the sea of life - "Farewell to our dear Seniors." Look who's here-our three jolly Junior bakers, Lois Merenfield, Mary Helen McElroy and Mary Asbrock all ready to bake a cake. "Civilization," it looks like our explorers Judy Reissig, Regina Salter, Carol Merk and Peggy Schonhoft will stay right here. Those natives Deanne Cassini, Hay Minges, Maureen O'Connor and Carol Plageman look hungry and explorers is on the menu. if 3, ei x A ,g gm . Q K if -F.: KX v A :L 3 Q 'Q J "2 '22 1 ' . 51 ,r . 2 ii - , ai MM. w 25, :Z 3 'fa .2 ' ' 9 is X ix nf 3 tix F EE M 3.5 .......,..,,. , .. 5 :..: . t i yi? " sg mjgeg.ge,2Za-5 'Si if .in , if BEA REIGNS AS QUEEN GE THE BALL "Be careful, now," cautions Mary Jo Seiwert as she hands Frank Weyler the crown for sweet and lovely Queen Beatrice Labmeier. "Hello there!" say Susan .lones and Betty Hutchinson and their escorts, E. Johnston, J. Meyer, "We're oft to the Senior Ball." Autograph hooks me always pleasant memories, especially it they are filled with names ot your friends such as this group, B. lasillo, J, Turner, .l. Richert, D. Foltzer, D. Grieshop, J. Seger. D. Dutro, D. Hoelscher stop to add their names to the books. 129 Greeting guests, Rosemary Meyer, Dave Hulin, Esther Nesselhuf, .lack Boyle is Father Carl Lizza, the senior religion teacher AT THE PROM Once upon a time, not too long ago, May 10th to be exact, there was a very special dance held at Hartwell Country Club, Mercy's Junior-Senior Prom. Weeks before the magical evening, Miss Mercy busily selected her dreamy dress so that she would be as pretty as a Cinderella when her Prince Charming called for her in that pumpkin coach, a car. Cinderellas with flowing frocks and glass slippers and gay Prince Charmings arrived at the Ball and danced that night to the music of Bill McConnell's orchestra. At the stroke of twelve, hot rods did not turn into pumpkins and the Cinderellas grew lovelier as the evening progressed, but Anita Willenbrink was crowned Oueen of the evening and at her side stood her two ladies-in-waiting, Carolyn Flaig and Mary .Io Seiwert. A real Cinderella could not have looked prettier or happier than our Oueen Anita did as she danced with her Prince Charming, Bob. Even fairy tales come to an end, so each Cinderella and Prince Charming stepped into their pumpkin hot rod and headed for home. Cinderella, with glass slippers in hand, tip-toed into the house and fell asleep, dreaming happily ever after. MMH's Junior Class presents denture Queen Anita Willenbrink and her two attendants, Carolyn Flaig and Mary .lo Seiwert, The escorts Paul Wilmes, Bob Gangloft and .lim Daughtery smile admiringly at their lovely royal dates, Carolyn, Anita and Mary Jo. M Pntfinq Ins ngunse on Nnncv SCQIFS proqxunl is Alun Froehle, as Sue Shaw and Dnnnv Sfwhlnm watch AIR nntxcs Wlfll eunnsenwnt, 1' 4 f mm S :ig sw .. Hezstlnq betw9en dancxls are, swelled Don Melsclx, Allcv Slvnqr-1, Jack Fnuo, Muxtlm Fxey, smnclinq, Jelly Kxocgcx, Kathy Bynu- Thls 19 the waltz Queen Anltu Willenbrink saved for her Prince Clmrmlnq, Bob Gdnqloff on the niqht of the Prom - May lO!h. swf X 'S X x x by if s 10 Q s S A is X N 3 'Q 9 5 Q S X X ,fin X..k , X 56 .J A X R X N . ' V i f M x. I ,wxg TRIBUTE TQ A HEAVENLY QUEEN Posing in front ol the statue of Mary, their patroness and model, are the May Queen and her attendants, Martha Frey, Kathleen Hoar, Lillian Merrill, Esther Nesselhut, Marilyn Byrne la tuture Mercianl, Kathleen F. Byrne, Gayle Guetle and Carol Massman, "O Mary we crown theel" and Esther Nesselhut, selected by her classmates, prepares to crown Mary our mother, Queen ot May. "On this day, beautiful Mother" sang Mercians as they formed a living rosary of devotion in honor ot the Blessed Mother. It was a perfect May day, the sky was blue as Mary's mantle and the sun shone so brightly it seemed to say, "This is my way ot honoring His Mother." May flowers were in bloom and lovely blossoms lined the path ot the Mercians walking in procession. When all were assembled in tront ot the statue ot the Blessed Mother, Esther Nesselhut, who was selected by her classmates to crown Mary Queen ot May, walked with her attendants Martha Frey, Kathleen Hoar, Lillian Merrill, Kathleen Byrne, Gayle Guetle, Carol Massman and little Marilyn Byrne bearing our Lady's crown. As the strains of "O Mary we crown thee with blossoms today" raised from each Mercian's lips, Esther crowned Mary, Queen of May. Father Lizza paid tribute to our Queen in an address telling the girls to go to Mary tor everything, spiritual needs and natural needs. What better climax to a simply lovely May Day observance than a sweet tribute such as this one - "Go to Jesus through Marylll" MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS GRADUATION DAY Helping themselves to luscious strawberries at the graduation breakfast served by the frosh are Ruth Lingers and Doris Lewis. Having tassel troubles as the seniors try on caps and gowns is Mary Gavin, but Kathleen Baum is ready for the big occasion. "Put your cap like this," suggests Shirley Fischer as Alene Fieler checks the results in her mirror. Nancy Schenkel, Lorraine Martini and Anna Flach attired in flowing white gowns are set to assist at the graduation Mass in the high school auditorium. f i f X , 5 , AN END AND NEW BEGINNINGS Presenting a sclrolrrrslrrp to honor student Alene Fieler is Mons. Bertke assisted by H. Hertsenberg with Father Lizzer annornrcing. To most people, it was just another evening in June but to the Seniors of Mother of Mercy high school it was a night long-awaited - Graduation. Simple white caps and gowns were donned by the one hundred and sixty-two dignified Mercians. Commencement exercises were held in tront ot M. M. H. on its springrgreen carpet. As each girl received her diploma, you could tell by the glow of victory on her face that she was grateful to Almighty God, her parents and her teachers for having the advantages ot a complete education In solernn procession are B. Hntclrirrson, R. Heyl, D. Halprn, C Ginley, S. May, R. Lingers, A. lwieler, M. Prey, C, Westerkerrrrnr. Strains of "Green Crrtlredrrrlu will linger rn the hearts ol, top row, V. Scntzrg, C. Kunz, second, D. Hrrlpin, C. Grnley, tlrrrd, B. Kolrl, P. Daley, M. Oldnrq, A. Flach, fourth, R. Sclrrrtte, C. Massnrarr, M. Gehling, C. Honnrglord, S. Brrechel, front, L. Hagen. 5 , 5 5 f. 2 x 5 2 ' . .... .,, f by 2 gy . 3? Pt FAREWELL TO MERCY HIGH 'Sf 5 f K is 'Y 3 ies " Commencement! That long-awaited evening has arrived and white-gowned seniors are assembled with a blue sky overhead and the beautiful entrance as a background to receive their diploma' and awards for their four years of study and activities at Mercy, Graduation is now a memory and proud seniors with diplomas in hand are Margie Meents and Margie Schaller, Jane Doerger and Shirley Fizcher, Thea Gerbes and Barbara Feltner. Judy Perez joins C. Kathman followed by J. Lyons, C. Herdeman, G. Guetle. I fl - -' -422: t Q' 'i... . ' 'lr'-L 'tr--D . -I.. -.......- 'EifTE:- al-J 9 sf' L 'll ' V' IF a:T:hl it I EL a- ij- W -l .. . - Thank is ' s. t . -. ME? wf-.Zf.- "ff FI fl' Q-"'l5bS4'?i4L35+ : l .fa V. .--in - ,-.fi - - rf --4 fig-- 'L 'fl' 'sf ,:',.f 'fit ' -- .,- ."W'gLlf'i'f"f'f . .e171l"fqiff22+f mli2 ,,.:isfli,Y5:-iiitf. 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Berman, the MERCYWOOD's printer, the staff gives a vote of thanks for their help and co-operation above and beyond the call of duty. Our typesetter Mr. F. Kathman deserves another special vote of thanks for his exact and conscientious labor. To the S. H. Smith Company the M E R C Y W O O D Staff expresses sincere appreciation for giving the M ERC YWO OD a cover to be proud of. A very favorite unsung heroine, Sister Mary Jeanne d'Arc, deserves more than just a "thank you". As the M E R C YW O O D adviser, she is greatl Each member of the staff will remember Sister's words of encouragement as we struggled to complete that very first copy assignment. How wonderful it was to have Sister right there to console us in our failures and praise our accomplishments, how wonderful it was to know that Sister was always there! For all the mentioned helps and the unmentioned ones, the Staff says, "thank you" and may God ever bless, protect and guide our adviser. Flashl To M E R C Y W O O D's photographer we extend sincere appreciation for snapping those unforgettable happenings for our memory book. For the senior portraits we owe a debt of gratitude to Osborne Photographic Laboratories and to J. Leo Gross we extend our "thank you" for the underclass pictures. Finally to the Faculty, our many generous patrons and advertisers, we say "thank you" for transforming these dummy sheets, reams of copy and pictures into the yearbook MERCYWO O D I The MERCYWOOD Staff 136 vw, BEAT THE ,,.,. ,, K K f,'W05FV f:-: .,., , , +4 ,Qi , Y Q DEADUNE Awww If ,.:.:x...:. x ..,-... 1 .... . -My 'f Q BX N 3 x Nowfffaf is L ,QXWK .V A KX R 5 hm .-52 54: ,,... MTM M ,X xxx. ,.,.: W 1-qx.. ,xx at www' X CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES MOTHER OE MERCY HIGH SCHOOL P.T.A. Pausing a moment to smile for the camera, l. to r. Mrs. Harry Buttelwerth, financial secretary, Mrs. Joseph Koch, record ing secretary, Mrs. Neil O'Connor, vice president, Mrs. Jack Kunz, president, Mrs, Arthur Dittman corresponding secre tary, Mrs. Clarence Luken, auditor and Mrs. Ray Cassini, treasurer These mothers were our PTA otticers for the 56 57 year 138 eonsicler l?fUl'Sll1g CIS Cl CGI' 881' 11 1111111 11111 1111111 .v1'1111111 -you ll'l'11 111' l111111.'1'11g 111111111 II l'IIl'l't'I'. 1f1111.w1'111'1' lIlll'XI'lIQ - il 1Ill.Y 1111111-1' 11111'1111l11g1'.w. 11111 1'1111 gr! 11ll' '11111'xl 1'11111'11I11111 for 11111 111111111 l11'11f1'x.v1'1111 11l .1l1'1'1'-1' 511111111 111 fN!111'.v1'11g'. 1111111 i1l1111. 011111, 11111 .v1'1111111 111111' 111111s1'11 llll ll 11111111'1'11 IIll.111UII 1111111111 1IllI.1l1I'llg' 1.1 1'1lIIN1.l1f'l'l'11 11111' 11fl111' 111'sI l.II l111' 1'111111l1'w1' Illlll is 1'111111111'l1'11 111' 1'111' 1f1'11g11111.v S1'.vl1'1'x of fl'11'1'1'y. ll is ll 1'1'.wl11111.w1'111'l1'l-1' 111 111' ll 11111'.w1' 111111 1'l 1l1l.N' 1111111-1' 1'l'lI1 Il11l'IIlI1IIy't'S. 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Osierhues. L. Bruns and J. Seihert look Io see tha! their friends purchase enough to make a iempting dish for Saturday night. We have won The people's confidence and will hold ii wiih qualiiy merchandise, service and lowesi' possible prices. 142 TRY THIS ON YOUR TABLE FOR SIGHS- A CAKE BAKED WITH FRESH EC-C-S, MILK AND BUTTER FROM- Langenbrunner. L. Merrill seems unconcerned as she does her essential part in the cake making process. BLESSINC- BROS. DAIRY 3051 BLUE ROCK ROAD JA I-9835 143 Dear Senior You are probably doing a lo+ o+ +hinlcing la+ely abou+ +he kind o+ woman you wan+ +o be and wondering how +o a++ain +his goal. THE CCDLLECE CDF MT. ST. JOSEPH ON-THE-OHIO may be +he answer +o your problem. I+ is concerned wi+h every aspec+ 0+ s+uden+ developmen+: in+ellec+ual, physical, emo+ional, social, moral and spiri+ual. In a word, +he pa++ern +or living a+ +he College is geared +o +he need 0+ +he world +or in+elligen+, +hinlcing Chris+ian women, armed wi+h +irm convic+ions. The College o+ Moun+ S+. Joseph is ius+ eigh+ miles +rom +he hear+ 0+ Cincinna+i. H is a +ully accredi+ed liberal ar+s college +or women. l+s academic s+andards are recognized. I+ prepares i+s s+uden+s +or careers impor+an+ +o women and gives +hem, as well, +he broad cul+ural back- ground o+ a liberal educa+ion. For +ur+her in+orma+ion wri+e +o The Dean College o+ Moun+ S+. Joseph on-+he-Ohio Moun+ S+. Joseph, Ohio 144 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '57 SAINT MARGARET MARY PARISH NORTH COLLEGE HILL Bidding farewell to M.M.H. are the seniors from St. Margaret Mary Parish, Row 1, I to r., B. Labmeier, P. Delaney and B. lasillo, HOW 2, S. Jones, D. Tobin, C. Westerkamm S. Ruther, B. Hutchinson, P. Albers, ROW 3, J. Doerger, J. Lehan, M. Schaller, C Steinker, S. Buechel, H. Cassidy and D. Dntro. Absent SMMP senior, L. Brockhaus r READY. SET! and Go to W A L T Z BOWLING LANES 3326 HARRISON AVE. MO I-0300 "Try this one," says K. Brady to teammate, E. Langenbrunner. The girls give a fine example of how much fun it is to bowl at Waltz Bowling Lanes. 145 ELMER'S DRUC STORE GLENWAY AT cLEvEs WARSAW Friendly DRUG and COSMETIC SERVICE To +I1e WESTERN HILLS ELMER EISENACKER MICHAEL FINNEGAN PHARMACISTS Phone ,... GR I- I 605 7 Purchasing b Ml of loii h I ill make your hands "lovely to look at" are M Sch and B. las ll Th y are h g wonderful shopping spree at Elmer's friendly drug st I JOS. DAY. INC. DAY PRECISION WALL, INC. CONCRETE WORK MODERN FOUNDATIONS 3I43 Werk Rd. 3I43 Werk Rd. 146 DUTRO REALTY CO. I72l W. Galbraifh JA I-7644 Preparing to introduce her friend, Charlotte Mallott, to the intricacies of the real estate world is Mercian Deanna Dutro. , ,of YOUR WESTERN HILLS MERCURY DEALER MENKE MOTOR SALES 3500 Harrison Ave. MO I-8I00 ww' "It's a beauty!" exclaim L. Stiers and M. Olding as they gaze longingly at the sharp Mercury convertible with that new streamline look. "It's a Mercury convertible for us Mercians," declare Lois and Marian. 147 Quts you i gf your Spaf lmg be 1 Cone I gnste dt d k That great taste of Coke makes life more fun lSo delicious ever' the bubbles taste betterl Gives a hright little lift to everyone lSo relreshinq you feel the difference when il 5 Coca-Colal "Looks mighty pretty," says Josy Guglielrni, Clare Scherer who looks ready for action in Kathy Kunz, Judy Reissig and Mary Beth Boeing as they glance adniiringly at her fashionable outfit, Even Mr, Snowman seems to be be giving his approval 148 A. 8. E. BUTSCHA CO. Sheet Metal Fabricators 3720 Spaeth Street MU 1-4820-1 A. J. ELBERT 8. CO., INSURANCE 2259 Gilbert Avenue Cincinnati 6, Ohio CA 1-2500 ALEXANDER'S PHARMACY 4663 Kings Run Drive Cincinnati, Ohio KI I-9084 ALLAN 8. BEISCHEL 3745 Spaeth Street Cincinnati 23, Ohio MU 1-2151 AL SCHUSTER INCORPORATED General Contractor 3380 Kleeman Road MO 1-4423 AMERICAN SALES CO. New 81 Used Pipe Fittings 1562 Harrison Avenue GR 1-661 1 AMITY ADVERTISING 8- LETTER SERVICE 71 1 Sycamore Cincinnati, Ohio, GA 1-6689 SPONSORS ANTONIO SAVINGS 8. LOAN CO. "Your Financial Home" 5500 Harrison Avenue MO 1-7661 ASSURED DRIVING SCHOOL The Safe, Easy Way, On Automatic and Conventional Shift 2002 Harrison Ave., HU 1-7730 BALTIMORE AVE. LOAN 8- BLDG. CO. 1854 Baltimore Avenue Cincinnati 25, Ohio WA 1-8573 BIGNER TV, INC., 2213 Central Parkway Cincinnati 14, Ohio DU 1-8766 BOB MlLLER'S Texaco Service Station Werk 8- Glenmore MO 1-9809 BOB'S PONY KEG 3601 Harrison Avenue Cheviot, Ohio HU 1-7513 BOEING'S FOOD MARKET Fancy Meats Our Specialty Eighth 8. Overlook WA 1-5683 149 BROCKAMP BUILDING MATERIALS CO. 5439 Muddy Creek Road Cincinnati 38, Ohio MO 1-0006 BRUCK UNIFORM CO., INC. Makers of Mercy Uniforms 387 Fourth Avenue New York, New York BUDNA GRILL 1810 West Galbraith Cincinnati 24, Ohio JA 1-9034 BUSSE 81 BORGMANN COMPANY Funeral Home Central Pwky. 8 Clifton Hills Ave. MU 1-1343 MU I-1344 CALHOUN MEAT MARKET Finer Gov't Inspected Meats Poultry And Fish 132 Calhoun Street, Corryville CARL'S BARBER SHOP 344 Ludlow Avenue Clifton CARPET SPECIALISTS Western Hills Plaza Cincinnati, Ohio HU 1-2200 CENTRAL FAIRMOUNT BUILDING 8. LOAN CO. "Insured Savings 8. Home Loans" 1944 Harrison Ave., WA 1-1665 3616 Harrison Ave., MO 1-0287 CHARLIES A. MILLER 4138 Hamilton Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio KI 1-0040 CHARLES BECKER Hardwood Floors New 81 Refinished HE 1-2342 CHARLES SCHRAMM Schramm 8. Rugh Inc. 1 13 E. Twelfth Street PA 1-3236 CHEVIOT BUILDING 8. LOAN CO. 3723 Glenmore Avenue Cheviot, Ohio MO 1-0457-8-9 CHRIS ERHART FOUNDRY 1237 W. Sixth Street Cincinnati, Ohio CH 1-6550 CHRIS ERHART MACHINE SHOP 1237 W. Sixth Street Cincinnati, Ohio CH 1-6550 -SPONSORS CINCINNATI GLASS 8g GLAZING CO. 3316 Montgomery Road O "Rusty" Cirinelli, Proprietor AV 1-8969 Compliments of JACK'S PONY KEG Bert Campbel, Proprietor 5513 Bridgetown Road Compliments of ELDER'S STUDIO 228 East Fifth Street MA 1-5015 Compliments of PAUL F. TEPE 81 SONS Furniture 81 Upholstering 3306 Glenmore Ave. MO 1-1905 Compliments of PETER BUECHLER Hair Stylist Columbus, Ohio Compliments of STAG CAFE 1617 Compton Road Mount Healthy Compliments of ST. JAMES PARISH 3565 Hubble Road White Oak 150 Compliments of TWIN LANTERNS Harrison Pike Dent, Ohio Compliments of VERNON MANOR HOTEL Oak 8. Burnet Avenue AV 1-3300 COMPTON MARKET 8. PONY KEG Picnic 8. Party Supplies Open 8:00 a.m.to11:00 p.m. Daily 9165 Winton At Compt. JA 1-8939 Congratulations 8. Best Wishes TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF '57 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Naberhaus 3852 Davis Avenue CONRAD'S BAKERY 4937 Glenway Avenue Cincinnati 38, Ohio WA 1-9442 THE COORS BROTHERS CO. . We use the natural Vitamin D in our Homogenized Milk 5106 Gray Road KI 1-3271 CUPID ICE CREAM 2449 W. McMicken Cincinnati, Ohio MA 1-4760 C. WINTER SONS Retail Food Merchants 3323 Wunder Avenue MO 1-0820 DHONAU-ROSENACKER FUNERAL HOME Knowlton's Corner-Montfort Heights Day 8. Night Ambulance Service KI 1-0511 Dl Pll.l.A FEATURING SCHAEFER CLOTHES Made for you as low as 545.50 37 East Seventh Street PA 1-3601 DITTMAN 8K MEYER, INC., Wholesale Tobaccos, Candies, Sundries 1581 Central Avenue CH 1-4302 DOMESTIC LAUNDRY 1407 Denman Street Cincinnati, Ohio MA 1-1428 DUWEL HARDWARE COMPANY 3533 Harrison Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio MO 1-1068 ED'S MARATHON SERVICE STATION 2968 Harrison Ave. MO 1-9804 Westwood, Cincinnati, Ohio SPONSORS EDWARD LEISGANG Hay, Grain, Feed 8. Seeds 4423 Bridgetown Road MO 1-2120 EDWARD MANGOLD Construction 1515 Hilsun Place WA 1-7652 EDWARD W. WOLFF PHARMACY 4413 Glenway Avenue Cincinnati 38, Ohio WA 1-1236 E. 8m E. TEXACO SERVICE STATION Bridgetown 8. 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Greater Cincinnati Milk Dealers Assn. GUS JUENGLING 8- SON MEATS Beef, Veal and Lamb 2863 Massachusetts Avenue KI 1-5220 HALL L. SWENSON Furniture And Decorator 729 Monmouth - Newport, Ky. Decorator - John W. Buttelwerth HALL'S DRUGS Harrison at Montana Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio MO 1 -5797 HAMCO MOTORS INC. Western Hills Ford Dealer 5360 Glenway Avenue HU 1-9100 S P O N S O R S HAP WULLENWEBER QUALITY FOODS, Fresh Fruits 8. Vegetables Beer 8. Wine 5201 North Bend Rd., MO 1-6951 HARRY MEYER 81 SONS Joseph A. Meyer Funeral Director 4989 Glenway Avenue HARVEY'S BAKE SHOP 3863 Glenmore Avenue Cincinnati 11, Ohio MO 1-971 1 HELEN'S BRIDAL SHOP Everything for a Perfect Wedding 491 1 Glenway Avenue Cincinnati 38, Ohio HILLE LUMBER COMPANY Lumber-Plywood-Millwork 1724 Denham Street, GR 1-8356 Cincinnati, Ohio H. MEYER 81 SONS DAIRY CO. John 81 Elliot Cincinnati, Ohio VA 1-0728 HOERST'S FOOD MARKET 3720 Woodbine at Trevor Ave. Cincinnati 11, Ohio MO 1-1080 152 HOLZHAUSER'S DEPARTMENT STORES, Clothing Needs for The Entire Family Mt. Healthy -- JA 1-6658 No. College Hill - JA 1-6385 HOWARD J. EGBERS, Optician Shamrock Optical Co. 5979 Glenway Avenue at Werk MO 1-8334 HUDEPOHL BREWING CO. Process 14K 40 East McMicken Avenue PA 1-7273 JACK'S FOOD MARKET 1675 Westwood Avenue Cincinnati 14, Ohio WA I-9760 JAKE SWEENEY MERCURY 7315 Vine Street 7520 Vine Street 552 Reading Road JAMES W. CLARK, SR. lnsurance 2330 Victory Parkway Cincinnati 6, Ohio, UN 1-4100 J. C. HOCKETT COMPANY 3633 Harrison Avenue Cheviot, Ohio MO 1-2515 JEAN'S FOOD SHOP Open Every Day 9:30 a. m. to 10:00 p. m. - 3213 Harrison Ave. Cincinnati 11, Ohio. MO 1-9719 J. 8. J. SUPER MARKET 5708 Glenway Avenue Meats, Beer and Wine Open Daily MO 1-9737 JOHN W. CHEEK, REALTOR A Complete Real Estate Service 4314 Colerain Avenue KI 1-0789 KI 1-0790 J. SCHLOEMER FURNITURE 3621 Glenmore Avenue Cincinnati 11, Ohio HU 1-9600 J. T. RUTHER 81 SONS COMPANY 41 14 Gordon Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio KI 1-0969 JUNG'S PHARMACY 5838 Glenway Avenue Cincinnati 38, Ohio MO 1-5044 KARL'S BEVERAGE SERVICE Karl Firstos, Proprietor Corner Werk 8. Glenmore MO I-6896 SPONSORS KASCO UNIFORMS, INC. Rental - Sales - Service 1455 Harrison Avenue BL 1-0623 KEMPERS PHARMACY 3016 Harrison Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio HU 1-3332 KESSING'S HARDWARE STORE 5535 Colerain Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio KI 1-1 144 KLOSTERMAN CLEANERS 5528 Colerain Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio MU 1-5060 KOEBEL'S MEATS 2014 Freeman Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio PA 1-9246 KOESTER'S BAKERY - Westwood Wedding - Birthday - Party Cakes To Order 5836 Glenway Ave. MO 1-7434 KRElMER'S PARKVIEW MARKET 3701 Carson Avenue Grocery - Meats - Produce MO 1-7354 153 LA BELLE BEAUTY SHOP 4103 Harrison Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio MO 1-9292 LAWRENCE R. HEYL, SURVEYOR Lots - Farms -- Subdivisions 4432 Raceview Avenue Cincinnati 11, Ohio LEE'S PHOTOS "Portraits That Please" 5836 Hamilton Avenue MU 1-3905 LICK RUN SAVINGS 8- LOAN CO. Bridgetown 81 Eyrich Roads Cincinnati 1 1, Ohio MO 1-6622 LlLIE'S PHARMACY Glenmore 8. Montana Avenues Westwood MO 1-2810 LITHOCOLOR INC. Fine Offset Lithographers Quality - Service - Experience 934 Neeb Road, WI I-2855 L. RUSSEL Landscape Service 551 Fairbanks Avenue WA 1-5232 LUDWIG'S SHOE STORES 5845 Hamilton Avenue Cincinnati 24, Ohio KI 1-0778 LUEBBE SHOE STORE St. Lawrence Corner Cincinnati 5, Ohio WA 1-7664 LUKEN'S BAKERY Quality Baked Goods Wedding 8. Party Cakes 3406 Glenmore Ave. MO 1-9892 LUTZ FLORAL CO. 2417 White Street Cincinnati 11, Ohio WA 1-0561 MAC KE FOOD MARKET 5059 Glenway Avenue Cincinnati 38, Ohio WA 1-1 125 MARI-BETH BAKERY MO 1-9794 3824 North Bend Rd. Peter Ginzinger, Proprietor MARSHALL'S BARBER SHOP For a Haircut That Satisfies 3012 Harrison Avenue MO 1-9682 SPONSORS ME'lTMAN'S Dry Goods - Men's Wear Madisonville Northside - Cheviot MOELDER COAL COMPANY "Happy Pak" Packaged Fuel Chickering 8. B. 8m O. R. R. KI 1-3080 MONTANA BAKERY Max Engler, Proprietor 2955 Montana Avenue MO 1-0098 MONTANA FOOD 3216 Montana Avenue MO 1-9643 V. H. Sample, Proprietor J. R. HUGHEY 6841 Kern Drive Taylor Creek WI 1-2783 MRS. R. METSCH 4312 Bridgetown Road Cincinnati 11, Ohio HU 1-4853 MT. HEALTHY ICE 8. PONY KEG 1612 Compton Road Cincinnati 31, Ohio JA 1-9093 154 NEIDHARD FUNERAL HOME 3155 Harrison Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio MO I-3022 NEIDHARD FUNERAL HOME 7401 Hamilton Avenue Cincinnati 31, Ohio JA 1 -7800 NORB GUETLE FOOD PRODUCTS Langhorst Mock Turtle Soup, Chili Burgod Vanilla, Syrups, Extracts, Etc. 1808 Race St. CH 1-7022 JOE GRIESHOP'S Northside Sewing Machine Shop 3931 Spring Grove Avenue KI 1-5133 OHIO HEARING CENTER "Tiny Hearing Aids" 710 Vine Street PA 1-5650 ORIENTAL 8. DOMESTIC CARPET CO., 41 E. Seventh St., Opposite Shubert Theatre, Cincinnati 2, Ohio Edward H. Dingilian, Proprietor PAIDEAN CLUB St. Aloysius Gonzaga Church 4396 Bridgetown Road MO 1-2840 PASQUALE'S CARRY OUT PIZZA Stromboli Steak Sandwich 60c Eighth Street 8. Overlook Avenue BL 1-1728 PAUL R. YOUNG Funeral Home 7345 Hamilton Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio PETER REBOLD 8: SON FUNERAL HOMES Mary E. Rebold, '55 Lois A. Rebold, '56 3700 Glenmore Avenue PHILLIPS CLEANERS 4917 Glenway Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio WA 1-2202 PIC FREIGHT COMPANY Motor Freight Transportation 408 West Water Street GA 1-6200 QUEEN CITY FOODS Queen City 8. Boudinot Cincinnati, Ohio MO 1-5731 RAY THIEMAN FOOD MARKET 3818 Race Road Cincinnati 1 1, Ohio MO 1-4770 SPONSORS RICH'S GULF STATION Harrison 8. McHenry Cincinnati, Ohio MO I-9800 RINK AUTO SALES Chic Steiner-MECHANlCS- Art Brill, 7336 Hamilton Avenue JA I-7149 ROHE'S PHARMACY Harrison 81 Glenmore Aves. Cheviot, Ohio MO 1-0480 ROSE MARIE RECORD SHOP Records -- Phonographs - Accessories 4176 Hamilton Ave. at Chase St. KI 1-2736, Cincinnati 23, Ohio SAM, PETE, AND MOM Chase Food Shop 1608 Chase Avenue KI 1-9470 SAN ANTONIO CHURCH Queen City Ave. 8. White St. Cincinnati, Ohio Reverend Aurelian Munch, O.F.M. SCHOTI'-LIPPERT BUICK 4301 Montgomery Road Norwood, Ohio RE I-9000 155 SHRIVER'S DRUG STORE 4905 Glenway Avenue Cincinnati 38, Ohio GR I-4321 SONG SHOP INC. 36 East Fifth St. Cincinnati 2, Ohio MA 1-6846 SONTAG DRY CLEANING Pick-up Today Deliver Tomorrow 3006 Harrison Ave. MO 1-3230 SOUTHERN OHIO BUSINESS COLLEGE Complete Line of Business Courses 4157 Hamilton Ave. KI 1-1170 SPAlTH'S FEED 81 SUPPLY CO. Building Materials - Paint Hardware - Seeds Tol-e-gro Organic Fertilizer 6511 Colerain Avenue .IA 1-9936, Cincinnati 24, Ohio SPRING GARDEN LOAN 81 BUILDING CO. Harrison 8. Westwood Aves. HU I-1250 ST. BONAVENTURE CHURCH Reverend Gratian Meyer, O.F.M. 1798 Queen City Avenue WA 1-2547, Cincinnati, Ohio ST. BONIFACE CHURCH Monsignor John Schwartz 1750 Chase Avenue Cincinnati 23, Ohio ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL 1860 Queen City Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio WA 1-6800 ST. PATRICK CHURCH Blue Rock 81 Cherry Streets Cincinnati 23, Ohio KI 1-0662 STERLING SANITARY SUPPLY CO. Wholesale Distributors Plumbing and Heating Supplies 2838 Spring Grove Avenue SYCAMORE SAVINGS 8. LOAN CO. 474 E. Twelfth Street Cincinnati, Ohio CH 1-7978 TOM'S AUTO SERVICE 31 10 Harrison Avenue Cincinnati 11, Ohio MO 1-4000 TONY'S FRUIT MARKET 5510 Harrison Avenue Cincinnati 11, Ohio MO 1-9607 SPONSORS UNION SAVINGS 8. LOAN ASSN. 3107 Harrison Avenue Cincinnati 11, Ohio MO 1-5848 VIC HONNIGFORD Contractor and Builder 3663 Paramount Ridge Road JA 1-6666 VIC STENGER 3489 Boomer Road Cincinnati, Ohio HU 1-0688 VISCONTI-KINNEY PHARMACIES 5800 Cheviot Road 6106 Hamilton Avenue WE 1-3900 KI 1-0075 VOLZ BAKERY 4205 Virginia Avenue Delicious Pastries KI 1-9437 WALTER MARTZ 8. CO., BUILDERS New Homes Built To Suit 4549 School Section Road H. Schunk - MO 1-3371 W. Martz - MO 1-4779 WANSTRATH JEWELERS White Oak Center Cincinnati 24, Ohio WE 1-6954 156 WEIL FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE CO. Local 81 Long Distance Moving 2535 Vine St. AV 1-1775-76-77 Agent For North American Van Lines WESTERHAUS CORPORATION Pinball 8- Photo Machines, Phonographs, Heintz Hot Food Vendors, Milk, Coffee, Hot Chocolate 8. Tea Machines MO 1-5000 WESTERN CABINET 8. MILLWORK CO. Lumber, Insulation, Hardware, Millwork, Roof-ing, Masonite, Paint, Folding Doors, Andersen Window Walls 6301 Colerain Road JA 1-9194 WESTERN HILLS LAUDROMAT 4307 Glenway Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio GR 1-7690 WESTERN HILLS PRESS Your Home Newspaper Just call MO -13200 To Subscribe 3708 Davis Avenue WEST HILLS FLOORING CO. Carpet - Linoleum - Geneva Cabinets 3407 Harrison Ave. MO 1-6036 WILLIAM A. EFFLER Jewelry 8. Gifts 5908 and 7618 Hamilton Ave. KI 1-5627 JA 1-9536 WILLIAM 8- MARY HEREFORD Hair Stylists 8227 Daly Road - WE 1-2053 "House Of Hollywood" Cosmetics WILLIAM F. KOENIG CO. Quality Concrete Products 2329 Ferguson Road MO 1-0493 WILLIAM HOFMANN 8. SONS Painters 8- Decorators 1770 Queen City Avenue ZANG PHARMACY 1756 Queen City Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio WA 1-2850 and MO 1-8520 WA 1-5922 WILLIAM LANG 8. SONS CO. COMPLIMENTS OF Structural Steel A FRIEND Ornamental Iron 3280-90 Beekman Street WISEMAN'S PHARMACIES 4201 Hamilton Avenue 2073 Harrison Avenue KI 1-0373 MO 1-1753 THE ADLER COMPANY ALLEN'S INCORPORATED ALLIED HEATING SERVICE AMMON'S PHARMACY REVEREND ANTHONY ANDRES THE ARCTIC CIRCLE CO. AUFDEMKAMPE HARDWARE COMPANY MR. E. B. BAER BARNHORST WHOLESALE MEATS BERTA'S BEAUTY SALON MR. 8. MRS. ALOIS T. BOLTE BON TON BOWLING LANES BRINKMAN PHARMACY MR. 8- MRS. EDWIN B. BUESCHER CALHOUN SNACK BAR CHARLIES SUNOCO SERVICE MR. 8. MRS. CHAS. J. DALY DELHI HILLS FOOD MARKET AL DENHART CANDIES DOLL'S BAKERY FRIENDS MR. 8- MRS. WILLIAM ELDER ERHARDT'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION FABRIC CENTER, WESTERN HILLS PLAZA FINKE SERVICE STATION MR. 8. MRS. WALTER FISCHER JULIUS FISHER MR. NORBERT FREY GEHLING FAMILY GEORGIAN CLUB BOWLING LANES MR. 8. MRS. WALTER GERHARD GERTH'S MEAT MARKET MR. 8. MRS. JACK GINLEY MR. 8. MRS. CLETUS GLEASON GRIECO'S PHARMACY MR. 8. MRS. WILLIAM GROSSE GUIDARA'S RESTAURANT MR. 8. MRS. R. E. HADLEY MR. 8. MRS. MAURICE J. HALPIN HAMILTON AVENUE DRY CLEANERS WINNIE HARMON-CLASS "39" 157 HEINTZMAN'S PHARMACY MR. 8- MRS. JOHN M. HEKLER HELEN BEAUTY SHOPPE MR. 8. MRS. GEORGE HERDEMANN MRS. A. J. HERTSENBERG HOWARD'S FRUIT MARKET JACOB'S WOMEN'S APPAREL J. H. L. JOHNSTONS FOOD SHOP MR. 8. MRS. G. JUENGLING MRS. MARIE B. KEMME MR. 8. MRS. M. KIEHBORTH KISSEL BROTHERS MR. JOSEPH KOCH ROBERT KRAMER LANDSCAPE SERVICE LOU KRONER 8. SONS LANGENBRUNNER CONSTRUCTION CO. DONALD S. LaROSA MR. U. A. LATHAM MR. 8. MRS. E. A. LAUTERWASSER LEWIS FAMILY MR. 8. MRS. F. LOHMAN MR. 8. MRS. WILBUR L. MACKE MAHONEY'S PHARMACY MARGO MARIAN CLUB MR. CHARLES MARTINI MEEKS CANDY STORE MR. 8. MRS. PAUL METTMAN MR. AL MEYER CHARLES A. MILLER SONS MODERN BEAUTY SHOP MOUNT AIRY SAVINGS 8' LOAN MR. 8- MRS. JAMES W. MURRAY PIEPMEIER, FLORIST FRIENDS MR. 8. MRS. FRANK RAPIEN MR. 8- MRS. WILLIAM REHKAMP MR. 8. MRS. RAYMOND REISING REUPERT HEATING CO. THE ROSENACKERS MR. 8. MRS. JAMES RYAN ST. MARGARET MARY PARISH CREDIT UNION INC SANTO FLORIST MR. 8. MRS. TONY SCHALLER MR. 8- MRS. EDW. M. SCHENKEL HELEN SCHETTLER SCHMIDT'S MEATS JOSEPH SCHOENE SCHOENING MACHINE SERVICE JOHN SCHWARZ COMPANY THE SCHWIETERING FAMILY SEEGER GLASS CO. SHADY LAWN INN MR. 8. MRS. R. STEINKER VIC STENGER ROBERT STENGER SUNNY HOLLOW INN JOAN TENOEVER TEE'S BLUE NOTE CAFE MR. 8. MRS. JOHN TOBIN ARTHUR J. WADE, INSURANCE LESTER WEGMAN MARY 8. JANE WEIL LaVERNE WINTER MR. GEORGE WISSMAN MR. 8- MRS. EDW. WOLFF JOHN YAAS GARAGE ALBERT YAEGER'S BAKERY COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Q if X mu Q va WN, R , :ww f 'Q ,' fi, .,.,., L2 if X t 1 1, 5' H .W Wfw eb P3 WW ,f f 4-, .. X nf Activity Division ....... Administration ...... Advertising .,...... Annual ......... Academic Division .... Subjects American History ....... Art ............,....,....,..,. Biology ....... Business .....,. Chemistry ...... Civics . .... .. English ...,... Foods ...,.......... Homemaking ...,... Latin ..............i. Mathematics ...... Physics ...,..... Religion ....... Spanish .....,. Textiles ....... Arbor Day ..........., Athletics Division ,... Bensman, Rev. John GENERAL INDEX 98-99 10-15 .........137-158 .........100-101 20-21 24 25 26 29 26 24 22 30 31 28 27 26 22 28 31 911-99 as-so 11,22 Bertke, Rt. Rev. Mons. Stanley .Y....v....Y.. 134 Bei-cl-un, Ann ................ Byrne, Rev. James 0. Career Night .......,. Cheerleaders .,..,. Christmas Ball ...... Classes Division ..... Connell, Rev. Thomas 124 120 57, 124 96-97 47, 128-129 32-33 io, 34, 75, 125 C.S.M.C. Book Shop ..,.......... ........ Home Mission Week Mission Day .........,.......... Officers .....,..... Dramatics 19 , ...............,...... 121 ss, 74, 120-121 Freshman-Soph. Plays .......... 63, Gold Medalists .A............. Mercy-Elder Play ......... Oh Father ...,............. Senior Class Play .,..,.,. 69,111 . ,,......,.,.. 110 51, Emmanuel, Sister, S.N.D. ...,. . Faculty Lay Teachers .... Priests ........... Sisters ....... . .... Fashion Show ........ ..,... 4 8 Fatima Procession ....,.. ..... Freshman Orientation ....... Gleanings ..,.. ..,..,,.......... Graduation ..................... Heskamp, Rev. Joseph lntroductory Section ...,. 108-109 104-105 106-107 78 .. 14-15 10-11 ss, 62, , ....... 54, 40, Junior Achievement ...... .. .... ........4... . 12-13 70, 148 44, 118 68 102-103 133-135 125 1-19 . 43, so Lizza, Rev, Carl ..,...,.,... 11, 22, 125, 130, 134 96 Maiorettes ................,..... A ............... ....-. . Marinelli, Rev. Francis ....,.. May Crowning . ...,......... .. McAuley Club Activities .... McCarthy, Rev. Donald ......, Moeller, Carol .... ..... 1........ Music Advent Program ....... March Musical .,,.. Orchestra .,............. Spring Concert ..,,,.,. Nyland, Mary Bridget ..... 160 ax, 75, .. ..... 125 ss, 132 122-123 121 53 114 116-117 112-113 115 120 Organization Division Book Club .........1.... C. S. M. C. ...., . Debating ......,.. French Club .. Future Nurses ...... G. A. A. ........ . Lat1n Club ................... Masque and Gavel ........ Math Society ,,..... , McAuley Club .... Red Cross ........., Safety Club ...... S. D .S. ............. . Spanish Club ...,.... Science Club ........ Theta Art Club .....,. Presidents Senior ..... Junior .. ..........,. Sophomore .....,.. Freshman .....,. Prom ................. Rockman, William ...... Retreat ...... Roman Banquet ........ Seniors .... . Sports .... .... Thank-You Page ...... Title Page ........... Underclassmen Juniors ........ Sophomores ....... Freshmen ........ 72-73 78 74 79 84 82 86 85 76 81 75 83 87 77 84 80 77 34 54 . ..... 60 66 130-131 24 119 ss, 125 35-52 90-97 136 23 55-59 61-65 67-71 Variety Show ........ , ....,. 19, 58, 59, 126-127 Wilhelmina, Sister, C.PP.S. ..,. . ..1... 78 129, 145, 147 Aclrman, Alberta ...,. Adam, Elaine ,.,..,, Albers, Frances ....... Albright, Janet ...... Alfing, Patricia ....,.. Arnato, Joanne .,.... Amorini, Mary S 67 55, 145 67 61, 124 61, 92, 117 Andres, Catherine ......, 35, 78,115,118 Angner, Diana ...,.,.......,.,.........,.......,...... 67, 83 Archibald, Carolyn .... 61, 65, 83, 86, 87, 103 Arling, Claire .......,...,...,...,.................,..,. 61, 65 Asbrock, Claire ..... Asbrock, Mary ......, Aurting, Judith ........... Averbeck, Mary Lou Baarlaer, Mary ,,.,..,.,. Bacher, Carolyn ....... Bachman, Joyce ..... Back, Patricia .1....,.... 55, 85, 127 . .... .... 9 , 61 61, 117 61, 65 , ......... 55 67, 123 67 Barkalow, Marilyn .. .,.,...,..,...................,...... . 67 Bartel, Patricia ................,................,.. 67,118 Buch, Rita ...,....,.......,. 55, 76, 84, 90, 97, 115 Bastian, Marlene , ........,.... , Bath, Susan Elizabeth Baum, Kathleen ....,...... Baumgartner, Key .,..... Bausch, Gwen ......,.... Becker, Bonnie ...... Becker, Mary Jo ,.... Beckman, Carole ..... Behrens, Ruth . ,.,....... . Beierldorier, June ,....... Beisel, Patricia .,....... . ..,....................,,... 61 61, 65 , ...... 55, 155 67, 111 19, 54, 55, 90 TUDENT Brabencler, Carol ..,.. Brackman, Donna ,...,..,.. Brackman, Georganna Brady, Kathleen .......,.,. Brames, Anne ......... Braun, Antonia ,... Braun, Carol ..,..,.. Brehm, Diane .......,.. ..... Breitfelder, Carol ..,....... Brockhaus, Lynn ...,.. 35, Brockmeier, Joanne ........ Brooks, Brenda ..... ..... ..... 1 9 , Brossart, Joyce ....., Brown, Ann ,......,.... Bruehl, Joyce ........... Bruner, Catherine ,....., Brune, Gloria ..,....,.... Bruns, Lois ..........,... .. Bucher, Joan ...,.. Budd., Judith ......... Buechel, Shirley ..... Buechler, Suzanne .,..... Buerkel, Jill ....,........, Bueter, Phyllis ....,..., Buning, Carol A. Bunker, Connie .... Bumb, Mary Lou .,..... Burcll, Barbara ...,.,. 67 67, 79 67, 117, 118 67 Bellman, Marilyn ,...1....................... 20, 55, 44 Bennett, Jerry .......,.................,..,... 61, 75, 111 BQIISOXI, Betty ....,... 16, 55, 57, 94, 97, 114, 115, 126 Benvenuti, Joanne ,.,.. Berkemeier, Judy ..... Berning, Joanne ...,.,. 61, 117 61 60, 61, 65 INDEX 61 .. .,........,.......,,.... 61 67 61, 95, 117, 145 19, 55, 114 61 55, 40, 120 67 67 43, 48, 78, 101, 115 54, 55, 56, 82, 126 55, 84, 91, 114 61 67, 69, 95, 117 , .......,..,.........,.. 61 61, 122 55, 115 56, 114, 115, 142 61 23, 67, 125 29, 56, 40, 145 56, 118 61, 122 67 55 55 55 54, 55, 82 ,, ..,.. 23, 23, Burck, Sue ...........,...,. 1....,........,.. 6 1 Busam, Mary Jo ....,....... ,.... 6 7, 79, 118 Buttelwerth, Donna ......,... .....,. 2 3, 66, 67 Buttelwerth, Margaret ...,........,....1..,,.... 36, 96 Byrne, Elaine .,........,..................,.. 67, 111, 121 Byrne, Kathleen ...... 32, 36, 48, 53, 74, 82, B5, 113, 115,131,132 Byrum, Judith ......,, .......,..,.... 5 5, 57, 85, 114 Caley, Janice ,... ....... ....... 6 1 , 116, 122, 123 Canning, Christine ..,....,.............,,.......,,...... 67 Campbell, Judith ............,.,............. 19, 25, 55 Carey, Nora ........., 24, 55, 58, 79, 85, 98, 102 Carlson, Janis ............,......1,.,,.................. 61, 86 Carmosino, Sally .,.............,........,........... 19, 55 Carney, Carol ....... Carota, Carrico Carroll, Casey, Joan ,,., . ...,, , Theresa ......, Mary E. .... Maureen ,..., ,....... Bems, Yvonne ...,... .....,..., 2 4, 55 Berry, Jane .,........ ..,.. 6 0, 61, 117 Berry, Judy ,..... ...,. 6 1, 125 Bertke, Teri ,..,..... ..... 6 7, 121 Bertke, Patricia ......, .,.,.,.,......,.. 3 5, 86 Bertsch, Arlene ....,. .,.............. 3 1, 61, 65, 92 Besl, Judy ............ ,.........,........,....,,......,, 6 7, 117 Betsch, Patricia ....,..... 19, 55, 57, 91, 97, 115 Bien, Gail .........,....,............,.......,.... 67, 75, 118 Bietenduvel, Mary Jane ..... ....,..... 2 2, 35 Birck, Joan .....,...............,.,.... .........,... 6 5 Blazer, Bonnie ...... ...........,. 3 0, 61 Blazer, Jo Ann ...... ..., 5 5, 84, 114 Bleh, Lucille ..,.............. ...,.........,.. 5 5 Blessing, Christine ,..,., .,,...., 6 7, 118 Blessing, Irene .,...,..,... ..,.......... 6 7 Blinkhorn, Arlene ............,..,...,,...,..,............ 67 Block, Mary Millicent .... 17, 35, 106, 114, 115, 123 Bodden, Cecile .,...,..,...........,....,.... 55, 85, 115 Boehmer, Annette ............,...,. 32, 61, 95, 117 Boeing, Mary Beth ..., 61, 62, 83, 111, 117, 125, 148 Bolia, Judith ,,........,,. Bolte, Rose Marie . .....,., Bonaventure, Estella ..,... Bone, Jean ................,.... Booth, Barbara .1....,.. Borgman, Judy ..... Borgman, Lois ..... Borgman, Ruth ,.... Bosse, Rose ........... Bouck, Barbara ..,,.. Bowman, Pauline ....., . ,........,.. 67 35, 142 67 55, 06, 115 19, 55, 126 61 19, 55, 115 67 67 31, 61 Casey, Maureen Cassidy, Helen Cassini, Deanne Catanzaro, Marcia ........ Ciresi, Mary Ann .. ,..,. . Ciuccio, Mary .,..,..,.,........ Colegate, Barbara Jean Connelly, Carol ......,..... Conrad, Julie ..,...,.,.,.. Cook, Lois .,.,.....,......... Coonen, Mary Ann .,.. Cramer, Marilyn ....,........ Cranert, Jacqueline .,.. Crawford, Janet ....1..,... Cuni, Karen ...,..... Daly, Patricia ....,,.. Danner, Bernice ...,.,..,... Dattilo, Judith ..,.,........... Daugherty, Mary Helen ...,... Davis, Marilyn .............. Davis, Mary Louise ..... Day, Jacqueline ..........., Deane, Joyce Ann .......... Dechant, Shirley Ann ., Dechering, Carol Ann Decker, Cynthia ..,....,..... Dee, Delores ....,. 161 28, 67 61 67 55, 76, 82, 105, 108 61 56, 120, 145 26, 55, ao, 105, 127 61 ...,.. 55, 101, 159 67 55 67 20, 36, 68 61 61, B6 67 20, 29, 56, 154 67 67 67 67 61, 117 17, 55, 115 56, 57, 43, 81 61, 92,112,113 61, 62, 63 Dee, Dorothy ....,..... Deitzer, Patricia .................,...,,..,.... 55, 88, Delaney, Margaret ........ 37, 39, 78, Dezarn, Dorothy ...,,.. 103 145 100, Di Ciero, Sandra .......,.. .,....,......,....,..... 6 7 Diesman, Janet ..,.............. .,..,. 3 7, 114, 115 Di Pilla, Mary Theresa ...,.....,.... 37, 115, 118 Disken, Jacqueline .......,.......,...,....,......, 37, 44 Di Toro, Gloria ..,....... 19, 55, 73, 84, 91, 114 Dittrnan, Dianne ..,...........,........,.... 56, 85, 122 Dochterman, Carol .... 37, 76, 85, 102, 105, 109, 114, 123, 125 Doerger, Jane ..... , 37, 78, 112, 113, 135, 145 Doerger, Betty ,,...,.......................,.... 19, 56, 59 Dolan, Jean .......,. Dolan, Joan ...., Doll, Diana , ...,.....,.. , Doll, Mary , ............,... , Dorrmann, Patricia .... Dragan, Jo Ann . .,.... . Dreier, Joyce .,............,. Dreiling, Marlene ....... Driscoll, Ellen ........... Dubach, Yvonne ..... 61 61 67 17, 56, 97, 115 61 67, 93 . .,.. 56, 59, 114 19, 56 67 Dumtord, Ruth ...,...............,.....,.... ,..,,,, 2 0, 37 Duston, Carmelite ..........,......,..,,.,.....,,..,,,.... 62 Dutro, Deanne .,.......... 26, 37, 76, 105, 108, Duwel, Gail ..... Dyer, Joan ...,... Ebbeler, Joan ...,, Eckstein, Kay Egan, Patricia 67 56, 76, 05, 90 62 19, 56, 105 62, 105 Egbers, Mary L. ...,.,...,. ......,...,...... 6 7 Einhaus, Mary Anne ..... ..... 6 2, 63, 111 Eisele, Catherine .......,...,.........,...,...........,.... 37 Elbert, Diane .....,.............. 28, 38, 52, 78, 128 Elder, Eliers, Ellert, Ellis, Patricia ......,,.. Marilyn ....,.... Mary ..,,..,,. Emmerich, Linda ....,.. Engelke, Carole ..... Engler, Jo Ann ...,. Engst, Betty ...,. Erhart, Sue ..,........ Ermer, Barbara .,....... Ermert, Marietta Ernst, Joyce ..,.....,... Espelage, Joyce Espelage, Judith Espelage, Nancy ....,.. Mary Beth ..... 56, 04, 91, 115 62 67 67 67 62, 101 21, 62, 63 67 84 67 56 62 . .... 16, 54, 56, 76, 115 . .,.. 62, 75, 117 Essen, Jean ..,........... ..........,....,. 6 2 Fahey, Martha .............., .,.,.,,...,..,,,.,,, 5 6 Faragher, Kathleen ..,... ...,.... 1 7, 62, 103 Fay, Janet ..,.........,...... ..... 2 0, 56, 40, 120 Feldman, Carol .....,.... .,...........,... 5 6, 92 Feldman, Gerry-lo ........ ...,..,............. 6 2, 86 Felix, Joan ...,.......... ...... 1 7, 62, 103, 117 Feller, Harriet .... .............,.,.. 5 6, 90, 126 Feller, Joy .........,.... ..,.............,..................,. 6 7 Feltner, Barbara .....,.. 28, 38, 40, 84, 91, 135 Feltner, Patricia ......,.....,..,..............,..,,......,.. 62 Ferguson, Barbara ....... ,....,.,......... 6 7 Ferneding, Patricia ...,.,. .,.,........,......,....... 6 7 Feucht, Jean .........,, .,.,.,....,...,. 6 2, 112, 113 Ficker, Donna ..., ....,.. 6 7, 115, 116, 118 Fieler, Alene ....,,1......,.,.,..,........... 38, 133, 134 Filippine, Carole .......,...............,.......,.. 67,125 Firstos, Charlene .. 38, 76, 102, 105, 110, 114 Fischer, Shirley ..,....,,.,................. 38, 133, 135 Fischer, Margaret ..... ............,.... , .. 67 Fish, Janet ..1,............, .......,.,......, 6 2 Fisher, Mary Kay ...,.. ,....., 5 6 Kalus, Dorothy ..... S Fix, Sue .,.,.,.... ...,,,...,..,,,..,A..,..,.....,,,,.,,.,,. 6 2 Flach, Anna .,.......,..,..............,...,..,,....,. 38, 133 Flaig, Carolyn ...... 38, 74, 83, 87, 99, 114, 124, 130 Flanagan, Jill .......,... ..... 6 6, 67 Flanagan, Judith ........ ..... 6 2, 83 Pleckenstein, Carol .................. ..,....,.... 3 0, 62 Flick, .lane ..,..,.....,.......,...,,....,.......,.......... 60, 62 Foltzer, Diane ......., 39, 76, 104, 107, 115, 129 Fox, Kathleen ..,...,..........,,..........,..,..,.,., 67, 120 Franke, Martha .,.... ........ 6 6, 67 Franz, Carol .........,.. .....,.....,.......,, 6 7 Franz, Judy ........,...,,... ...... 2 3, 67, 117 Freeman, Mary Rose ...,. ,..........,.,. 6 7 Frey, Barbara ........,..... ........ 6 2, 86 Frey, Barbara ..,...,... ............,..... 6 8 Frey, Celeste ...., ...... 2 3, 68, 125 Frey, Judy ...... ...........,..........,.......,,......,.,.,. 6 8 Frey, Kateri ..,......,.......,.,,............,,........ , 68, 117 Frey, Martha .... 39, 53, 77, 89, 131, 132, 134 Fritz, Judy ............,......,.........................,.. 19, 56 Froehle, Theresa ...., ,....,. 1 7, 56, 114, 115 Fuhr, Geraldine ..,..... ...............,......,..... 6 B Fuller, Colette ..,.,.. ..... 6 2 Gallagher, Mary ...,.. ,.... 6 8 Gallina, Carol ....... Gartner, Marlene ..... as 42, 117 Gavin, Eileen .... .,...... 6 8, 83 Gavin, Mary .......,. ...... 3 9, 133 Gebhard, Mary ....,,. ..,..... 6 8, 95 Gehling, Juliana ........ ...... 6 8, 118 Gehling, Marianne ....... ..,... 3 9, 134 Geier, Nancy ..,,......... ..,.,......,..r... 6 2 Geiger, Carole ......... .......,,...... 1 9, 56 Gerbes, Thea ,.,........ .,..... 3 9, 115, 135 Gerdes, Nancy ............ ..,....,....... 6 8, 72 Gerhard, Mary Kay Gerhardt, Elaine .......... Gerstner, Janice ...... 60, 103 Ginley, Carol ,..,..,,...,., . ......... .,.....,. ,...... 3 9 , 134 Gleason, Ellen .,.. 39, 48, 77, 83, 84, 115, 120 Gleason, Kathleen ..,..... 66, 68, 82, 87, 95, 111, 118 Godfrey, Mary ...,....,... . ........ 56, 123 Goedl, Mary Ann ....... .......,... 6 2 Goetz, Joan ...,............. ,....... 6 8 Gohs, Mary Lou ........,..... .......,... 6 5 Goldschmidt, Mary Lou ...... ......., 4 0, 48 Gooding, Barbara ,..,...... ...,. 2 7, 56, 82 Gooding, Susan ....., ..,...,........... 6 2 Grampke, Marilyn ...... ................ 5 9, 126 Grater, Marcia ......... ....,,, 6 2, 103, 117 Greiner, Judy .....,... ............, 6 2, B9, 103 Grieshop, Doretta .....,. Griitin, Barbara ......,. Griffin, Mary Lou ...,.... Groen, Marlana ...,...... Grogan, Patricia ,....,........... Grosse, Mary Virginia ..... Grosser, Martha .....,....... 40, so, 102, 129 as 50 aa, 125 aa, 70 29, 40 21, 40 Gue, Jana Lee ...,..,....,.........,.................,.,...... 68 Guetle, Gayle ........ 21, 34, 40, 53, 77, 78, 81, 96, 107, 118, 132, 135 Guglielmi, Josy .......... 40, 76, 78, 101, 105, 108, 110, 148 Gundlach, Rose Ann ......,. ..,...,...,.......... 6 2 Gutiahr, Barbara ............. ..........,....... Haban, .Ian .......,........ Hadley, Kathleen ....,.. ,...... 4 0, 115, Hagen, Louise ....., Hale, Jean ....,..,. Hall, Donna .,..... Hall, Mary K. Hall, Maureen ...,.. as 62 137 40, 84, 134 56 68 ca, 117 42, 117 TUDENT INDEX Halpin, Diane .......,. ...... 4 1,134 Hamilton, Shirley .,,.... .......,... 6 2 Hammerle, Arlene ...,.. ..,,,. 6 8, 117 Harrington, Cynthia ...... ...,.. 6 8, 117 Hartman, Charlene ......, .....,..,,..... 3 0, 62 Harvey, Mary .............,. .,.... 6 2, 95, 117 Hasenohr, Nancy ....... .. ,.....,.....,.. 62 Hastell, Joan ............, ..... 6 8, 95 Haucke, Janice ..... .....,.. 4 1 Hauser, Phyllis .,... ....,................ 6 8 Hays, Sue ....,............. .......,.,........,,..... 5 6 Heavey, Maureen ....,. 17, 56, 94, 115 Heckmuller, Jo Ann ..... ....,.........,......,... 6 8 Heeg, Joyce ...........,.. . ...,....,.. 68 Heidcrn, Judy ...., ..,.. 5 6, 76 Heister, Virginia ...... .,...... 6 8 Hekler, Mary Lou .,.... ...,. 4 1, 78 Helligrath, Carol ..., ...........,.....,.......... 5 6 Hemsteger, Mary ...,. ............................ 2 7, 68 Hendy, Joanne .......,, ...... 6 6, 68, 79, 83, 116 Henke, La Verne ..,..... ...... 2 3, 56, 83, 103 Hennekes, Georgia ..... .......,................. 6 8 Herbert, Kathy .....,..,...... ,..... ....,.,.,...... 6 8 Herdemann, Carolyn .................. 41, 115, 135 Hertsenberg, Betty ,..............,....,. 41, 114, 128 Hertsenberg, Helen ..54, 56, 90, 102, 114, 134 Hess, Ann .................,. ,...... 4 2, 75, ao, 95, 117 Hester, Carol Ann ....,. ,.,,.. ...........,.., 6 2 , 84 Heuerman, Rita ...... ......,,,.,.....,....,... 6 8 Heyl, Rose Ann .,.... ....,. 4 0, 41, 81, 134 Heyob, Arlene ......,..... ..,..,........,...... 2 3, 68 Higgens, Mary Ann ....,...,..,...,.....1 62, 86, 95 Hilvert, Patricia ,..,... ..... 6 1, 62, 75, 86, 123 Hinrichs, Peggy ..... ..,.,....,...,.... 5 6, 76, 79 Hirschberg, Ann ..,... ..........,.......... 1 9, 56, 76 Hizer, Patricia ...,.....,................ 17, 56, 82, 115 Hoar, Kathleen .......... 41, 53, 76, 102, 104, 107, 109, 110, 114, 127, 132 Hoehn, Eileen ..,......,,......,.......,..,...,...1..... 56, 86 Hoenemeyer, Mary Jo .....1. ....,...,...1........ 6 8 Hoetker, Janice .....,.,...,.,.... ..,... 5 6, 76, 104 Hoitrogge, Judith .......,.. ...... 3 1, 68, 119 Hofmann, Carolann ..,.... .................. 6 8 Hofmann, Diane .1...,... .,... 6 2, 75, 86 Hotmann, Lois .....,,. .....,.....,...,.. 6 2 Hofmann, Patricia ....... ..... 6 2, 83, 86 Holley, Jacqueline ..,.... ....,. 6 8, 117 Holmes, Carol ..,......,... ..........,.............,...... 6 8 Honkomp, Donna .....,,........,......,.....,... 68, 116 Honnert, Kathleen .......... 17, 62, 89, 103, 117 Honnigtord, Carol ,...,...,.......,..,...,...... 41, 134 Honnigford, Diane .,..... ,.,....,.... 5 9 Honnigford, Elaine ..,.... .....,....,.,.. 6 2 Horak, Patricia .......,. ..... 1 9, 56, 86 Horn, Patricia .....,.... ..,....,....... 6 2 Howery, Charlene ...... .,... 3 0, 62 Hoyer, Barbara ......,. ..,.,...... 6 8 Huber, Carol ........, .,.... 6 2, 103 Hueil, Diana ..,...... ,,...... 6 8 Huelsman, Marie .,.. ..... 6 8 Hughey, April ,..... .,., 1,,..,.,,., 6 2 Hughey, Mary Jo ...... ..... 4 1, 74 Huisman, Joan ,.....,...... .......,....... 5 6 Huitink, Mary Lou ..... ,.... 6 2, 63, 75 Hulsman, Rose ......... ..,.......,.,..,... ,..,..... 6 8 , 95 Hursting, Libby ...........,..,,......,,.,.. 63, 85, 117 Hutchinson, Betty ...... 41, 128, 129, 134, 145 Huth, Barbara .......,......1,................,. 28, 68, 117 Iasillo, Beverly ...... 42, 72, 82, 129, 145, 146 Imsande, Diane ..,....,..,...,.....,,..........,....,.,,,,,,. 68 Isler, Mary Esther ...... ..... 5 6, 96 Jackson, Diane ..,.... ..,,.. 6 3,123 Jacob, Marilyn ..,.. .........,. 6 8 Jacobs, Marcia ..... ,..., 4 2, 92 162 Jaspers, Arlene . ,,,,,..,1,, ,,,,,,.,,.,,.1,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 9, 42 Jenkins, Linda ...,,..,,.....,,,,,.,,,1,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 68, 117 Jones, Susan ............ 39, 42, 78, 101, 129, 145 Juengling, Diana ....... Juengling, Judy ....... Juengling, Mary ,.,. Jung, Lois ........., .. ,.... .. Kabbes, Gail .......... Kabbes, Mary L. Kain, Carol ...,.,... Kain, Joan .....,, Kaiser, Mary .,......, Kaminsky, Ann ...,.. Kamphaus, Arlene ,... Karaus, Darlene ...... Karaus, Mary ..,,..., Kartye, Eva Jane ............ Karwisch, Joan ....,.,... Kathmann, Carol ...... Kathman, Geraldine Kathman, Joanne ,..,... Keck, Doris .........,........ Kelley, Mary Anne . Kemme, Barbara ,.,...,.. 42, 107 57, 74, e5, 114, 115 00, 53, ao as 63 63, as 69, 115 63, 117 42, 84 19, 57, 59 57, 87 57, 75, 91, 102, 122 23, 57, so 29, 42, 135 57, 85, 114 57, 102 19, 57 25, 27, 69 42 Kesse, Joan ...,.,,.... , ..... 57, 114 Kessler, Marlene ...1.... ..... 4 2, 81 Kieter, Anita ...............,....., ....., 6 9, 117 Kiehborth, Melva Jo .....,., 1. ,......... 42 Kielty, Julia .,.,...,...........,. ..,..... 5 7, 90 King, Judith ..............., ...,. 2 8, 43, 84 Kinross, Mary Ann ....., ,,,............ 6 3 Kirry, Mary Lou .....,... ...., 4 3 Kirschner, Patricia ........ ..... 5 7 Kleinwaechter, Janis ......,. ..... 6 9 Klopp, Mary Carol ....... ............ 6 9 Klosterman, Catharine ....................,..... 66, 69 Klosterman, Theresa ...................... 57, 79, 88 Knarr, Carole .......... 57, 75, 97, 115, 121, 123 Kneer, Sylvia ..........,.................,................... 69 Koch, Elaine .1,,,.,...,..,...............,.................... 69 Koch, Marilyn .... 17, 28, 34, 43, 82, 84, 90, 100, 114 Koch, Lois .........................,............................ 63 Koelters, Joan ....,. ...........,..,.,..... 6 9 Kohl, Beverly ......... ....,..,.. 4 3, 52, 134 Kohls, Mary Ann ....... ........,, 6 3, 65, 86, 112 Komen, Mary ,,.,...,.. ,.,.. 6 3, 116, 117, 122 Konerman, Carol ........,,. ....,..1........ 6 9, 125 Koppmeier, Nancy ........... ...,....1 6 3 Kotzbauer, Rose Marie ..... ......1. 6 3 Kramer, Bonnie ............,.. ..,.. 6 0, 63 Kramer, Jo Ann ,.,... ...1. 6 0, 65 Kramer, Mildred ....... ..,,............., 6 3 Krantz, Carolyn ....... ..... 5 7, 82. 85 Kraushar, Nancy ,... . ..,..... 57, 76 Kreimer, Lois ...,,.... .....,.....................1.. 4 3, 114 Kreimer, Ruth ............ 17, 43, 77, 80, 87, 100 Kroeger, Jane .......... ..........,..............1...,..... 6 9 Barbara Krollman, Krouse, Mary Ann Kruetzkamp, Jackie ....., ...,,..... Kuchenbuch, Judy Kues, Margaret .,..,...............,....,.... Kunsemiller, Carol 103 103 115 101 57, 90, 63, ae, 57, 74, ss, 63, 73, 19, 69 Kunz, Christine .,.... 43, 76, 102, 105, 107, Kunz, Kathleen ,..,., Kunz, Kathleeen ......,,.. ....,............. 108, 114 43, 76, 79, 86, 88, 107, 114, 134, 143 69, 70, 148 Kurtz, Katherine ...,...........,...,........,,.............. 63 Labmeier, Beatrice Labmeier, Kathleen 36, 44, 47, 73, 104, 107, 121, 120, 145 70 STUDENT INDEX La Cortiglia, Mary Ann Latterty, Carolyn ....,....., .. Lambert, Joyce ...... Lameier, Carole ........ 69 19, 69 65, 105 63 Lampe, Betty ,...,..,.,,..........., ,....,..... 4 4, 77, 51 Langenbrunner, Eloise .............. 44, 143, 145 Lanter, Sandra .............,.,. ...,....... 3 1, 63 Lauck, Joan .............,.........., ...,..,........ 3 2, 69 Laumann, Barbara Lauterwasser, Mary Le Count, Suzanne ....,. 69 Ann ....,. 44, 70, 04, 101 17, 57, 50, 76, 02, 04, 105, 108, 115 Lehan, Joanne ...... ,........... 2 2, 44, 145 Lehrter, Janice ...... ........ 2 3, 57 Lewis, Doris ...,.. ...... 4 4, 133 Lierl, Paula ...., ...... 6 3, 116 Lillie, Carol ......,.... .,......... 6 9 Lind, Magdalena .,... ...... 5 7, 114 Lind, Phyllis ........,........,...,...,.,,....,....,... 63, 112 Lindsey, Catherine ....,.,...............,,.............. 69 Linlert, Mary Ellen .... 56, 57, 82, 94, 114, 115 Lingers, Ruth Ann ...................... 44, 133, 134 Link, Barbara .......,........,.......,................,........ 63 Link, Connie .....,. ....... 6 3, 103, 116 Long, Alice ...,... ,....... 2 8, 69, 75 Ludwig, Elaine ..., ....,.., 2 6, 57, 85 Ludwig, Mary ...,.., ......,........,.. 6 9 Ludwig, Susan ...,.. ....... ........ 3 1 , 63 Luebbering, Ann ,.....,........... .............. 6 9, 86 Luensman, Mary Carol .............. 57, 114, 126 Luhrman, Barbara .........,.................,...1.......... 69 Luken, Carol .............. ..... 7 9, 60, 63, 80, 117 Luken, Janalee ............ ,,............,...... 2 5, 69 Luken, Mary Carol ........... Luken, Nancy ...,.............,...,.. Lustanberger, Mary Jean ....... ........... Lutterbei, Georgia ..,........... Lutz, Jo Ann ......,..... Lyons, June ........,,........ MacDonald, Beverly ..... MacDonald, Irene ........ Magevney, Catherine . Mahoney, Mary .......... Malay, Catherine ....,... Mellott, Charlotte .,.... Mangold, Carol ...... Mannix, Joanne 1..,..... Marchetti, Dorthy ......, Marks, Antoinette ....... Martin, Judy ......... Martin, Susan ....... Martini, Lorraine ......,....,..,.. , 1... ...... Massa, Margie , .......................,,......,.... . 44, 119 84 57 69 69 45, 155 57, 25, 69 45, 05, 115 19, 57 27, 63 61, 63 45, 51, 02, 147 54, 45, 86, 89 63 30, 69, 117 56, 45, 155 45, 114 Massman, Carol .,.... 34, 45, 53, 75, 76, 80, 99, 102, 104, 107, 109, 110, 128, 132, 134 Massman, Donna .............................. 27, 69, 80 Mathews, Marilyn ...,, ..... 5 7, 86, 115 Mathews, Sue ......1..,....... , ......,. 63, 103 Mauntel, Mary Jane ....... .,,.,.... 3 4, 45, 115 May, Sue ..........,....,.......... ....,.. 4 5, 128, 134 Mayer, Patricia ....,....... ......,...... 6 9, 112 Mayr, Judy .............. ............... 6 9 McAnaw, Sharon ........ .....,..,.. 6 9, 98 McArthur, Laverne ...... ...... 2 2, 45, 119 McConnell, Patricia ..,,. ...,,,,...,.....,.,.,..., 5 8 McElroy, Mary Helen ............ 23, 58, 90, 127 McFadden, Janet ........... ...........,............. 6 9 McHugh, Nancy ........ .....,, . 61, 63 McHugh, Rita ,.,,,,,.., ,.,,.,,. 7 1 Mclieon, Patricia ........ ..... 6 3 McMahon, Elizabeth ...............,.,...,......,....,,, 69 Means, Marianne ...,....,,,,.,.,,,..,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 63 Meents, Margie .... 8, 29, 36, 46, 78, 100, 135 Meer, Lynn .....,,.,.. Mellott, Margie .,...,.. Menkhaus, Carol .,.. Mentrup, Loretta ..... Merenfield, Carol ..... 69, 116 63 46, 86 69, 119, 120 46 Mereniield, Lois .,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 57, 127 Merk, Carol ,,.,.....,....,...,......... 57, 79, 114, 127 Merrill, Lillian ,... 46, 55, 76, 81, 104, 107, 132, 143 Metsch, Martha ..,..,..,. ,,... 3 4, 46 Mettman, Catherine ...... .....,.,..,.,, 2 9, 46 Metzler, Kathleen ..,... ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 6 9, 112 Meyer, Barbara ..,.,. ..,... 2 9, 34, 46, 115 Meyer, Janet ....,...,..,.., .,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 9 Meyer, Linda Marie ..,.,. ..,... 6 3, 86, 101 Meyer, Linda Rose ..... ....,. 6 0, 63, 125 Meyer, Lois .......,,.......,..........,,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 57, 90 Meyer, Mary Noel ..,.,.,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 57, 86 Meyer, Rosemary ............ 57, 86, 90, 114, 130 Meyers, Judith ....,... .....,..... 1 9, 57, 114, 126 M1cel1, June .............. Middendorf, Mary ..... Miller, Barbara ,... Miller, Sheila .......,. ,.... 69 23, 69, 113 . .,,.,.. 24, 56, 57, 87 MIHQBS, Kay ...........................,.,..,..,...... 57, 127 Minnich, Melanie .... 57, 75, 86, 97, 103, 115 Mitchell, Patricia , ...,.... ,,...,.,,.. .,.,.,.,,,,.,,,,..,,,, 6 9 Mitchell, Shirley ...,.,....,.....,,....,...,,,,..,,,,..,,,, 63 Modafari, Carol ,,..,.,. ..,.., 5 5, 58, 102 Moeller, Judy .....,... ,.,,,, 1 6, 58, 126 Moeves, Judy .........,........ ....,.... 6 9, 116 Mohlenkamp, Linda .,... ,...,........ 6 9, 119 Molengratt, Joanne ,,.... ,...... 4 6, 102, 104 Molengratt, Minalee ,.,............. Molique, Jane .,...,.. 34, Monaco, Patricia .........,. 65, 86, 94 Monahan, Loraine .,....,... Monahan, Margaret ....... Monnig, Sandra ...,,,,..., Moormann, Martha ..... Mortaschek, Diane ..... Morris, Suzanne ........... 50, 76, 96, 97 108, 114 46, 76, 104, 106, 115 46, 112, 113 69 63 , ..,. 50, 76, 04, 102, 105, 125 70 Murphy, Constance ,.,,...,.,.........,. .......,... 7 0, 86 Murphy, Rosemary ........,. 19, 58, 76, 86, 104 Murphy, Sandra ....,... ....,.................... 6 3, 86 Murnan, Sue ..,....,.... ............... 7 0 Musick, Kathleen ....,,.. ,..... 7 0, 117 Mylott, Monica ............... ,....... 7 0 Naberhaus, Barbara .1..... .,... 5 8 Naberhaus, Elfreda ....... ..... 4 7 Nead, Bonnie ............ ..................... 5 8 Neiheisel, Betty ........,..........,...... 70, 112, 113 Neiheisel, Diane .........................,.......... 63, 103 Neiheisel, Mary Jo .,63, 65, 92, 101, 112, 113 Neiheisel, Neimeister, June ., .... Nemann, Grace ...,.... N emann, Margaret 1, .....,.......,.............., . Nesselhut, Carol ........... Nesselhui, Esther .... 47, Niehaus, Joyce ............. Nolte, Mary .....,. .. Norton, Jane ...,..... ..... Nugent, Barbara .... Oblinger, Rita ............. O'Connor, Maureen ........ Oldrng, Manan ..,....,.... Oliver, Carol ........... Orite, Jo Anne .,......... Ornella, Rose Marie , ..... O'Rourke, Elaine ....... 163 Penelope ..........,.....,..................... 63 47 65, 105 55, 77, 78, 04, 114, 130, 152 ., 64, 87, 09, 103, 111 64 19, 50, 126 50, 00, 02, 06, 127 47, 106, 112, 147 28, 70 64, 79, 00 64, 103, 125 Ortman, Mary Jo ........ Osterhues, Frances 64, 117 47, 92, 142 Oswald, Joan ..,....... .,.,,.......... 7 0 Owens, Kathy ....... ..... 2 2, 70 Palasek, Claire ,.,... .,.,. 7 0 Panaro, Joan ..,.,...... ..... 64 Papania, Carolyn ....... ..... 7 0 Parsons, Carol Sue ..... .......,....... 6 4 Pasley, Carol ..,..,,..... .,........,,......,..,... 5 7 Penick, Arlene ...... ................ 4 7, 68, 114 Perez, Judith .,... .,...... 2 6, 47, 114, 135 Pies, Nancy ....,.... ,,........................... 6 4 Pies, Paulette .......... ..... 7 0 Pittman, Margaret ....... ...............,...,,..,...,.... 6 4 Pittman, Mary ..................,......,....,................. 70 Plageman, Mary C. ...... 17, 58, 76, 90, 91, 114, 127 Plagge, Mary Jo ....., ..............,.....,...,.,..... 5 8 Plum, Joyce ..,......,,... ...................,......,. 7 0, 95 Polking, Mary Jo ...,,.,...., 58, 86, 94, 115, 126 Pope, Mary Kay ..,,......,..........,.......,..,........,.. 65 Quatman, Kathleen ...... ..... 7 0 Rahe, Joanne ......,,..... ........ 6 4 Rapien, Eileen ,......,... ..... 2 0, 48 Rebel, Sue .,.....,.....,... .,,..,.,. 6 4, 103 Rehkamp, Audrey ..,.. ...... 4 8, 77, 102 Rehkamp, Eileen ..... .,...... 5 8, 59 Rein, Marilyn ..,.... ......., 7 0 Reinert, Marcia ..... .........,.......,.....,,....,. 5 8 Reissig, Joyce ,..,... ,.,....,....,..,..,.,....,., 7 0, 80 Reissig, Judith ...,........., 55, 76, 109, 127, 148 Reissig, Mary Ann ...,. ...... ,..... ................... 6 4 Raising, Rae ........... , ....,.................,....,., 48, 101 Remenowsky, Melody ........,... 54, 58, 73, 114 Rennick, Carol .........,...... 50, 05, 86, 112, 113 Rettig, Charlene Marie ............,................... 64 Rettig, Erna ..................,..... ...... 4 8, 114 Rettig, Martha ..,,..,..,......, ....,....,, 7 1 Rhein, Mary Ann ....,.. ........ 6 4 Riedel, Judy ..,,. ,.,.... . ..... 7 0, 83 Riedel, Lois Jane ........ ...1.... 4 8, 78 Riehle, Judy ..,,....,.,.. ...... 5 8, 102 Rielag, Lynn ,,....... ..... 3 4, 48 Riernan, Susan ,...,,. ........ 7 0 Ries, Mary .,1............. Riesenbeck, Carol ...,. Rieskamp, Mary Jo .... Richard, Joyce ......,. Robers, Judy ............ 70 48 50, 86, 102, 115 70 70 Robertson, Carole ...... ..... 1 9, 58, 82, 84, 90 Robertson, Janet ......... .......1..........,....,.... 6 4 Robinson, Patricia ......... ...,.. 6 4, 96, 97, 111 Robinson, Rose Anita ...... ..................... 6 4 Robinson, Sandra .......... ..... 7 0 Roeder, Mary Cecilia ........... ..... ................ 6 4 Roedig, Janis ................................................ 64 Rohs, Jane ...,,...,......... 26, 64, 80, 82, 103, 112 Rork, Sandra ..................................,...,.,......... 64 Rosenacker, Martha ..... ..,.. 4 8, 84 Rosenberger, Eleanor .,,... ..... 6 4 Ross, Jo Ann ...............,.. ..... 6 4 Ross, Nancy ................. ..... 6 4 Rotert, Patricia .... ..............1........,.............. 7 0 Rudig, Susan ..............................,.,. 70, 79, 111 Ruehrwein, Diane .... 24, 58, 79, 85, 112, 113 Ruether, Carol ....,...,.....,..,.........,..........,1........ 64 Butt, Carolyn Ann ...... ...,.. 6 4, 103 Ruhe, Nancy .............,.... ....1....... 5 8 Runnels, Sandra ......,.......,. ............ 5 8 Ruthemeyer, Margaret ...,..1................. 70, 125 Ruther, Suzanne .................,.... 49, 77, 84, 145 Ruwe, Barbara .........................,.......,...... 66, 70 Ryan, Marilyn ..55, 49, 05, 102, 106, 114, 124 Sack, Patricia ....,......,.....,....,........... 49, 82, 120 Salter, Regina ....,....,. Sander, Mary Lou ..,,.... Sandman, Lana ...,..... Sauer, Bonita ..,..,.... Sayers, Bonnie .,.,,... Schablein, Sue ....... Schaefer, Mary ..,... Schater, Charlene ..... Schaich, Judy ....,.....,.. STUDENT INDEX 50, 84, 05, 06, 127 64 70, 79 70, 125 64 70 70 65, 64, 06, 111 70, 95 Schaller, Margaret .,.......... 40, 49, 81, 135, Schannes, Patricia ...... Schaplrer, Carol Scheible, Betty Sohenkel, Judith ....... Schenkel, Nancy .......,. Scherer, Clare .,.......... Scherra, Bonita Schettler, Paula Schlarmann, Hilda ...... Schlechtingen, Janice Schloemer, Margaret ., Schloener, Nancy ..,,. , Schlotman, Judy ..... Schmidlin, Loretta ..... 145, 146 70 64 64, 116, 117 64 49, 133 29, 54, 40, 49, 75, 148 70 77, 78, 102, 114 ,......,..,...,. ....,. , 50 49, 77, 78 ...,........,., ,. 70 70 64, 125 64, 116, 122 Schmidt, Eva ............. ..............,...... 6 4 Schmidt, Helen ,........,. ...,. 4 9, 52, 119 Schmidt, Sandra Lee ..... ............., 5 8 Schmitt, Mary Joyce ..... 1..,......,...,,. 7 0 Schmitt, Carol Jeanne ..,..,. ........................ 7 0 Schmutte, Janet ........,.,.... ,...... 5 8, 102, 114 Schneider, Dolores ...... Schneider, Janice ...,,. Kathryn .. Schneider, Schneider, Lynne ..,,... Schneiders, Carole .... 65 70 ......... .. 64 70, 111 1......1. .. 70 Schnittker, Rosemary .....,. .....,..,........ 7 0, 95 Schnurr, Elizabeth .......... .........,..,...... 7 0, 112 Schonhoit, Peggy ........ .,,.... 5 5, 58, 102, 127 Schroeder, Susan ,.... .....,..... 2 5, 70, 125 Schroer, Mary Lois ..... ..........,...........,. 7 0, 79 Schuerman, Mary Jo ,..,.... 26, 63, 64, 99, 116 Schulte, Jo Ann ........... .,..,................. 5 8, 115 Schumacher, Linda .............,...,..,..... 31, 70, 87 Schutte, Ruth Ann ........ 2, 40, 49, 76, 100, 105, 106, 108, 134, 137 Schwab, Arlene .....,.............................. 71, 116 Schwab, Shirley ....,..... Schwiatering, Matilda ..,... 50, 78, 81, 84, 86 SCIBIIB, Patricia .,.............,...................... 22, 71 Scott, Nancy ..,, .... , ............. 3 , 58, 75, 101, 131 Sedgebeer, Clementlne .........,. .................... . 64 Seibert, Jacqueline ....,.......,....... 50, 114, 142 Seiwert, Mary Jo .... 34, 50, 76, 85, 96, 102, 105, 108, 110, 118, 120, 125, 130 Shannon, Kathleen ,... 17, 58, 76, 82, 105, 100, 115 Shaver, Nancy .........,...........,...............,........ 64 Shaw, Sue ....,.,..,.. 2, 54, 50, 74, 76, 84, 05, 100, 112, 120, 151 Sherman, Sally ..............,.......................,....... 50 Siebenburgen, Mary Ann ..... ........... 6 4 Siemer, Mary Simon, Sue .......... Slrelly, Jeanne .,..... Smith, Barbara ........ Smith, Patricia .....,. Smyth, J ache ...........,.. Sollman, Margaret .,.... .......1.. 6 5, Sommer, Jackie ......... Sontag, Virginia Spaith, Rose Ann ..... Spanagel, Nancy ..... 71, 117 50 59, 115, 126 19, 59, 101, 126 103, 125 59, 76, 87, 102 50, 77, 134 50, 78, 80, 81 Spencer, Patty ...... Sperber, Paulett ..... Sperber, Phyllis ..,,..., Spicer, Barbara ....... Spicer, Mary Jane ....... Spicer, Nancy .,.......,. Spitzmiller, Kay ........ Spitznagel, Elaine ...,. Stahl, Iliane .................. Stahley, Sandra ........,...... Staigl, Edna Kathryn Staub, Judy ..,.,....,..........., Stauder, Carol , ....,... .. Steigerwald, Jean ..... Stein, Joyce .........., Steinker, Clare ....... Steinker, Phyllis ...... Steinle, Nancy ......,.,... Steinmetz, Janet ...,......,. Steltenpohl, Marjorie Stenger, Alice ......,......,., Stephens, Shirley ,.... Stewart, Nyla .....,...,. Stiers, Lois . .........., . Stxgler, Joan ............ 1 Stoeclrel, Elsa Lee ....'. Stoll, Sandra ..,........... Strassell, Marilyn Strassell, Patricia ..,. Stratman, Sandra .,,,. Streng, Marlene ,...,. Striet, Carolyn ........ Sucher, Joan .......... Suesser, Patricia Sullivan, Judy .....,.... Sullivan, Maureen Sunderhaus, Joyce Sunderman, Janet ....... Sutter, Leah .........,.... Swatiord, Patricia .,..... Tabler, Carolyn ...... Teal, Phyllis ,...,.,.. Tekulve, Jill ...... Telscher, Ruth ...... Tengler, Jo Ann ...,,..., Tenbrink, Roberta 4 17, 50, 84, 91, 100 17, 59, 114 4 ,..,... 65, 95 19, 59 27, 59, 126 59 50, 114 54, 59, 05 65, 112 59, 86 71 19,65 43, 50, 145 19, 59, 82 71, 116 . ...., 65, 06, 117 71, 95 20, 50, 131 59, 90 50, 52, 147 71, 93 65 61, 71, 98 19, 33, 59, 74, B3 51, 78, 84, 115 22, 51 71, 75, 93 65 59 65, 65, 06, 124 65 59, 82 71, 95, 116 71 71 59, 115 21, 51, 82 60, 71 Tenhundteld, Mary Lou ...... ..,............... 5 9 Tenoever, Joan . ,.... ........ Tenoever, Joan .....,.... .. Tewes, Catherine .,......... 22, 51, 106 20, 71 65 Theobald, Mary Anne ..... ,........ . . 31, 59 Thmnes, Joyce ......,,...... Thinnes, Rosemary Thomas, Rose Ann .... .. Thuener, Kathleen ........... Tobin, Deanna ....1........... Torbeck, Marylyn ...,........ Toschlag, Marjorie ....., Tosella, Sharon .,...... Tracy, Joan ..,........1 Trageser, Marian ..... Traver, Lynn ...,.. Trauth, Carol ..... Trippel, Sally ..... Tritsch, Sandra ...,. Tully, Helen ....,.. Umberg, Linda ...,., Umberg, Lois ........ Veldhaus, Erma ....... .. Vogel, Geraldine Vogel, Joan ............., Vogt, Barbara ........,..,.... Vondenbrink, Nancy 164 50, 06, 126 65, 116 65 24, 51, 81, 102, 145 26, 27, 63, 65, 111 59 65 65, 103 63, 111 69, 71, 79 19, 20, 59, 82, 121 84, 97 59, 123 60, 71 65, 75, 111, 123 59, 02, 114 60, 65, 86 66, 71 50, 71, 117 Vonden Brlnke, Pamela .................. ,..... 2 6, 65 Wade, Bonnie ..,. 9, 62, 65, 74, 103, 111, 126 Wade, Kathleen ...,.,....,...,.,....,..........,..... 69, 71 Wade, Patricia ......,....... 4, 51, 78, 85, 87, 114 Wagner, Carol Marie ,.,.....,.,.............,... 19, 59 Walter, Agnes ...,,....,,,..,,.,.....,..,....,,....,,.,. 51, 52 Walters, Betty .......... .,...... 5 9 Walters, Roselle .....,... ..... 7 1 Wandstrat, Carolyn .... ...... 5 9 Ward, Carol ........,.,...... ..... 7 1 Warndori, Leslie ....,..,.. ....,. 7 1 Warren, Mary Karol Wasmer, Virginia ,,.,. Waters, Diane .,.... Weber, Jane ........ Weber, Mary ..,.,. 71, B6 65 65 71 Weil, Anne ,,.,...,,,. ,,,,,,,, 7 1 Weil, Ruth ....,........,.,.... ..... 5 1, 81 Weinheimer, Judy ..... .,,,,,,, 7 1 Weinheimer, Mary .,,,. ..... 6 5 Weisbrodt, Kay ..,.,,.....,..,, ,,,,..,,,,,, 6 5 Weisenbach, Generose ...,., ...... 5 9,115 Weisenbach, Juliana .,..,...,.................,... 71, 95 Weitz, Jo Ann ..............................,.,....... 71, 83 Welage, Jacqueline .,.. 59, 86, 102, 115, 126 Welge, Mary Anne ....,...,,.,.,,.,............... 19, 59 Wellman, Mary .......... ......................... 2 9, 52 Wenning, Mary Pat ...,, ..,.........,....,,,. 2 5, 71 Wernke, Mary .,.....,...........,.......,.,.....,..,....,..., 65 Westerkamm, Catherine ,.,, 52, 78, 100, 114, 134, 145 Westerkamm, Eleanor ..........., 8, 71, 101, 159 Westerkamp, Mary Lou .... 59, 80, 90, 118, 121, 122 Westrich, Marlene ,.,,..........,...,.,....,.,....,,..,.,. 71 Westrich, Mary Elizabeth ,... 59, 82, 83, 118 Wetterer, Thelma .............. ...........,.......,,. 5 9 Wetzel, Judith ......... ..... 1 9, 59 Wetzel, Lois Ann .l...... ...,.,., 5 2, 78 Whitaker, Barbara ...... ........,.. 6 9, 71 Widmer, Gail ........... ...... 7 1, 95, 117 Widmer, Jean ........,,. ...... ............... 6 5 Widmer, Mary Paula ,.....l. ..... 7 7 Wiemeyer, Barbara ...,... .,,,. 6 5 Wiesman, Donna .,....,......,...................,.,....,, 65 Wilkymacky, Janet . ........,............................ 65 Willenborg, Judy ,. 52, 82, 87, 100, 106, 114 Willenbrink, Anita .,,. Willke, Angela .....,.. Williams, Claire ..... Wilmes, Janet ......, Wilmes, Judy ..,...... Wingate, Dorothy ..,., Wirtz, Joyce ............ Wirtz, Mary Lynn ......,... Wittekind, Margaret Wolff, Jane .,.........,.,.... Wolff, Mary ......... 19, 36, 52, 74, 120, 131 130, 65, 05, 116, 117 71, 112, 113 69, 71 65, 06, 87 65 51, 59, 126 5, 59, 05, 114 ., ....... ......,. 5 9, 84 52, 106 Wolfram, Vera ..,,,,....,......... 21, 51, 52, 65, 83 Wolljung, Arlene ........,.....,.....................,..... 71 Wood, Nancy ......,... 17, 59, 82, 85, 101, 114 Woodward, Lynn .................1......,..... ........ .... 6 5 Wright, Joan ............. Wuest, Carol ........ Wuest, Veronica ......,,. Wuesteteld, Marcia ....... 71, 111 71, 86, 116 Wurzelbacher, Eileen ..............,......1.... 59, 114 Young, Ruth Zang, Marilyn ....,....,., 52, 82, 06, 92, 94, 106 Zimmer, Linda .,l.... ............... ..................,.... 7 1 'L .-. H1 wx r .


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