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

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The subjects are the same everywhere but a certain something makes each English class, each math or science lecture, each foods or clothing lab, each music and art period a special time - a special time because of the SPIRIT of MERCY wif- Art classes challenge our creative ability and teach us to appreciate our God-given talents. I. ,. Hydras -.twine From Virgil to Wordsworth, from Washington to valence, we journey as part of our education. To sew a fine seam, to type a good letter are practical skills we are encouraged to develop. 7 xzgeing gow! Cifizens crnvfixdcfive in ivic We solemnly pledge to work for good government as we participate in "Girl and Her City" day. "Speaking for Democracy" requires that students with courage and integrity strive to he leaders. 8 For God and Country is our motto. as we constantly endeavor to improve ourselves that we may become hetter citizens of earth and heaven. We "speak for democracy by our actions as well as by words as we extend our helping hand in local. national and world-wide support of our neighbors. , ww f rojccfs 5 cr I arf of fLc Spirif of crccy ,A-,L S ,g 4, wxwy' not A.. 3 ' M .a y ,M Al l xyyag "Operation elbow grease" means assistance for the missions. our neighbors on foreign shores. 'rf' " Since fire. trallie and home accidents endanger community life. a study of safety is valuable to us, 9 OVW ClHl0H:A Q l nut htcr l1lllxCS the world no round md helps to mtlce our hu h school llle 1 ple IS mt experlence acfor ln f c Brlght corridor chatter and a cheery hello welcome each new mormne and set the tempo tor a trlendly Mercy day Together we share the Joy of learmng and those Grave dtscusslons at lunch ln baseball or volleyball Games at an orchestra practice or a glee club rehearsal by cooperative etlort we elLhlLNL. our goal Bw and lrttle slsters the cxrctully planned prcparatlon tor the xarletx show and the hubbub ot club actlvltles bulld lastmff trlendshlps Christnxs parties and clrrxlml beans mean added Qood times lmld 1 splrlt ot trlendly competition crcty Plflf .' E , J X N W Qc l i x lf' -142' S "xv-J Holiday happenings bring gifts 'l 1 to delighted "big sisters" and glad smiles to "little sisters". .4 V, Dancing to a gay square dance melody is a most Celebrating birthdays. congratulating a Junior tgreeable xsay to get to know our schoolmates. Miss -- many occasions are cause lor jubilation ll 'Z ,mi ? at ? is ? Q ig z 4 ' Lf 'ff . W W7 X Y, ww - WHAT, ' 4 9? WM . My H Y ,,. 1, X 1- M ' 9 'li sm wp 2 iii my ,if Ts wi J 1' N 5 fi . ff- 3 'hx new s 5' ,Q Y 4 'G is 3 Q hw., 4 ff wg ,e N. .1 l ' i fl ' ,naw 91 :JM 9-W 54696 M mu Q I, ff UQ If ll IC ll ON If ll lil .il , dit N I I -:,- 3 wg, Q WW M' 'V ' v--., Nwmwqwmm Q A - ,,q,, kwa: ' . , ,N ,s 'N I A""' s J H, ff M W O f?'k ww QM dm J 41 A' Sak M W W Q, .. 2 is MM 2, F ' Ex 3 ,N M .. 'W 2 All N A Q , Q 4 Rf, 1 nw if f Y N W ' M ix 1 K s 4 X 'I X,-,is f ACADEMIC LIFE The subjects are the same anywhere but a certain something makes each English, math or sclence class, each home ec lab a speclal tlme speclal because of the SPIRIT of MERCY I5 T. fi ix, ,M .3 f K .-.. A 'D U I Wilgi-fc," of I I .1 . .l Q X X, 1 mh V ffghxf .yr KN .v'go X e ' ' W ew: X. -ig -v, gi ' , 1 ' lf, WNW: 4 . ,.-Q ,4 can cynic Q-jade ef Ol' primary importance in our academic life are our spiritual counsellors and faculty members. Through them we are able to gain more complete knowledge ol' the truths of our religion and a better understanding ol' the essential part our Catholic faith plays in each thought and action ol' the day. Through the prayerful example ol' our priests we are urged to a more devout life and a greater love of our Creator and Redeemer. 16 Q ? ,y w For many many 1 year our much loxed Ch iplain Fither Connell h is been the spiritual director it lN Nl H and is 1 part ot the 'Vleru tridi ion FATHFR FHOMAS CONXELL C llflplfllll To receive Mother McAuley's medal is an honor. but to receive it from the hands ot' our beloved Chaplain makes it a very "extra special" honor, E F-XTHFR CARL LIZZA Sf mm Rell mn Semor rel1Qlon teacher Father Clrl Llzzx IS the favorite ot all Merelms He h IS 1 SpCLl1l pl lee however ln the he lrts of 1 eertun I76 ol them 52411 Cnr Gln CIVIC! VIC f' ClClllfLy mtlngtf ,T-.. ll N- X FATHI-R WILLIAM BLOME Junior R1 IHJUII Pax Ilbl 18 I-xther Blomes speeldl sxlutmon hut seldom does pe me prev ul when Father Blome rel: lon tedeher wxlks the halls ot Mercx Hugh 17 L s x 5 . I xg. . .J 1 Q 2 1 . Z. ' ' ' "2 ll z J "2 2 , q. 2 A. .1 E 2. . I x l . r . 5 5 3 5, t 5 ---,Z QV f R e 3, lx 3, t . " f Y- xv 'R XXX 4,1 e 'i xx I Ni s, x l Q ll ., XM ...tif l xl XX . I Q F., -15,4 VL- L 7 reg- . 1.1. 5' .' fa ' 1' ' 2 . - u 2 B- 1 51 ' f ' I ufoful 5 fe: Qbmly mlruf G a 'Ihe Sisters ol Meru ire not onlx teachers ot students but trlends md ddxisers to Gods children SISIFR MARY CLLINP R S VI Superior SISTI-R MARY PMILX RSNI Prmciptl SISTPR MARY ADELI R S Nl Llbrmtn Book Club Moderttor SISTER MARY ALOYSE R S M Glee Club Music Future Nlurses Club Moderltor SISTER MARY AMADEUS R S M Junior Home Room Religion English Science Science Club Moderator SISTER MARY CARLOS. R.S.M. Dramatic Art Nltsque and G'tvel Moderator SISTER MARY CELESTINE. RSM. Senior Home Room Latin Lutin Club Moderator L ttin SISILR MARX I DI I H R S M I rcshm in Home Room Rclt ton Homem tkin Ixpln SIS I ER MARX EDWINA R S N1 Junior Home Room Religion English Science S D S Moderator S tlcts Club Moderttor SISTER MARY EUPHRASIA RSM Accounting Department SISTER MARY FRANCINE. R.S.M. Freshmwn Home Room English. Science SISTER MARY HAROLD. R.S.M. Junior Home Room Religion, English. Science C.S.M.C. Moderator r t f 5 '5 ' f' lr o L 1 cy, Sisters of Mercy, living examples of the Mercy spirit. instruct and guide the girls in blue .ind white K 5. ' , , 2 , , w 5. ' K. A.- ' ' h. R , ,'b. A. . . S I 1. . SISTER MARY DE SALES. RSM. ,.. ,. . 4 , . ,, , ...I . "g'. u."'u ' z 'z .'. 4 yt! Q x. X 7 I L C C SISTIR MARY HI-NRII-TTA RSM Freshm ln Home Room IXJQQ 2 'VI :them mu p SISTPR MARY ICINACI RSNI V1 c Sophomore Home Room -l AIX Rel lon En lush I mn X. Xl Xlother MLAuIex L'1x Apostol lte Moderwtor SISII R 'VIARY JI ANN? D ARC R S M Senior Home Room Problems ot DCHIOLTILN Nleruxxood Adxlser SISII-R MARY JOSLPH R S M Sophomore Home Room Suence lVIlIl'IC.l'l1lIlLS N mon nl M :them mes Honor Souety Moder Itor SISTER LORIA I TO MARIE R S VI Senior Home Room Tx pm Shorth md BoolIIIeep1nL Busmesx Club Moder ltor SIS TLR 'VIARY MAURA R S M Sophomore Home Room Ar IhLtIArtSoe1elx Nloder itor SISTI-R MARY PERPETUA R S 'VI Senior Home Room fngllsh Relxglon Ole mmm Nfloder ntor 'Vlother Me-Xulex L ax Aposloldte Moder ntor I9 SISTI-R MARY PRO TASb R S N1 Jumor Home Room -XFIICFILIII Hlstorx Ln lush Nlother MLAulu L IN Apostol Ile Nloder nlor SISTER MARY RI-CIINAI D R S M Jumor Home Room Tx ping fJlllLL Pr ILIILL World Hlslorx SISTFR MARY RIC HARIDL S R S Nl Sophomore Home Room Rel lon NI lIl'ILI1l mu SISTER MARY SERAPHIA R S M Freshm in Home Room Rell lon M ithem mes G A A Moder ltor SISTER MARX VNALBLRCJA R S NI Sophomore Home Room Suenee N1 nhem mes Sueme Club 'VIOdCI'dIOI' X 'X . I 1 S - . ... . ,l ,161 ... , ,A U. 2 , ,ff iq , h Q, I , . T All . I I . Q ,N -,IW - If .jlqfwff llvakg 1' ' , Y ,4 'T' l .I ' 3 xl , 1llw5e1rX vi: I V , , , N I Ia. l 4 KT . , S . II -. .. .I I z C11 , 1 I I , I , I . . . . ff ,.. ' X I 0 sv ' ' ' " "'1:, S It . U. . -. In , , . . , ffjlf!-' " .' 1 . c :I ,T '45-'I' ' " ' ,f' Y , Ll , . 1 I 2 If ' '. . '-I ' I V , ,. . yy x - ' x r w S L 1 4 I I I 1 -- I rv' S - , 'z 5 f 2 .' I I S 5 1 .' 2 'l' xl . , , . I I ,, I . . . . C -, I I I '.- , I ' ' ' ' - . 1 L I I I . - . . I 1 1 2 ' 2 . ' ' xl X V - ' Y' xxx lv .wx- .A. 3 . r A U - " S ' y . a' ' - - I I .' 1 bl-M ,, x , -, : -1 L , 1 . . . ' I I . . . . I f 2 F- 1 . g . 1 Z I. - , I. I , . I I ' . . I A K . , . J 7.x x,y. . . g , , 4- . 1: jg. 1 . ' ' .1 z 1 I I 'I ' za' 3 ' 1 .' ' , I ' anal fAe gnflrusiasfic a aculf en1der5- J JI i 'T .Ns .cf-P Miss Barrett smiles her congratulations to. "Beautiful Casey." Junior Miss of '58, Miss Barrett spearheaded the campaign which resulted in the election of Maureen. Q91 1 41"-"Q ..'?"W '7 Our Lay Faculty members are an ardent group of teachers dedicated to the purpose of educating young hearts and minds in the fundamental areas of English and speech, world history, home arts. modern languages. business studies and physical education. Their zeal in presenting facts and ideas. and developing special skills has helped to fashion students prepared to face the world. 'P-s ' s We "Mm! Looks delicious!" says Mrs. Jean Ciunningham,home economics teacher. in praise of her students' culinary efforts. "l'm sure it will taste as good as it looks." Dramatic teacher. Nllss Dulah Pulslsamp asks l-irench and Spanish teacher. Miss Marie Martino. for her atlxicc on a costume for a forthcoming dramatic production, Nliss Martino seems to like the one at the top of the page. fj'eacAing M5 fo I?-ollow gears oCigAf "'NfeX.". 's- P Vfrgl l nf , t l 5 I5 , -iii j xy f 2 M Mi 4 Teachers like an occasional chat also! And Mother of Mercy teachers. Mrs. Dunn, Miss Kemper, Mrs. Gusweiler and Miss Thorpe are no exception as they enjoy a little hetween period talk in the faculty room hefore the next class. "Now my dear." says Mrs. Mcfosham to Mr, Mcfosham. "mark that score correctly." G.A.A. seniors seem to he enjoying Mrs. Mack words of caution. Mr. and Mrs. Mcfosham are physical education teachers - just keeping it in the family. .Mi D. Keck adds her two cents worth to a discussion led by C. Wagner. Amused spectators are Father Lizza. l. to r. Rita Ohlinger, M. L. Wirtz. H. Schlarmann and J. Hale. earning fo ive gs Learning fo :Love got! ANCE This is the way to be 1 Sister say P Widmer J Lauck S. Miller and C. Kunsemiller to R Tenbrink and M. Fischer. two of their attentive religion classmates. 22 Faith, hope and charity-these virtues help each Mercy girl in her "quest for happiness." The longing for happiness is the yearning for God, therefore each has a common goal -- the salvation of her soul. What could be more practical than the study to help her achieve it? The truths of religion are not merely for the classroomg we must be ready to defend our Faith now and in later life. Recognizing the importance of the spiritual life makes religion classes take on a new and special meaning. Praying and offering up studies may seem very small compared to the wisdom and holiness of the Pope, but good works have a way of growing into much bigger things. ln our religion classes we learn to respect the history of the Catholic Church, and the value ol 1 Catholic educttion which is so essential in 1 modern world Through Catholic action we Give good example our main means ol conversion thus showing others their quest for happiness This vull be perfect says D Brehm as she shows the latest costumc arrlval to actresses D lmsande J C uc l Blcssmg l Fmmerlch before a curtun rnses rom eowuff f Cue ar anal ang! A rammur Arc vou sullerlng from English dellclencxl A cosc ol I-ngllsh class wt end all suller I Perhaps wour partlcul ar ailment 18 remembering the ptrts ol speech and the kmds of sentences You .are sure to hnd 1 panacea Wlth Sisters he p .alter some drllls and practlce eacerclses It xour ailment IS more ol ca Cld5SlCdl nature such as remembenng that Poes best trlend w as lor 'Vlacbeth Enullsh cl ass wrll Live xou the knovs hoax to remember Emzllsh class IS lo an enrrchlnv NIIIINII1 lor all who xearn lor more lsnowledwe lt mxes the Enszllsh explorers the opportumtx ot dlscoverlnu anclent and modern trcasurcs ol the excr chanfung Fnullsh languave Classes are healthx pieces ol knowledtze ln dn ol plus mmus md equtatlons letters and numbers bulls and bunsen burners wh at could bc more reltaxlna than purts ot speech' Remember An Enullsh cltass a dtax keeps the doctor axscax N Gelhot pornts out her latest dlscoxerx to two othcr cxplorers I ichmldlrn and C link ns they delxc rnto thc Rcadcrs Guide during. thc yumor I-ngllsh class 3 X 7, tg as 1 ' , f J w f 2 Q . 3 Z . 2 .Qu . .' , . 3 '. . 'Q' 1, ., . 2 :A , ,- o 5 i5 Q l Q1 ' 1 "ll 1 Q ' inc. z 5 1' z " 1 z' ' J "The Raven" or that Shakespeare was responsible . NI 2, B . J. 'V '- . M ' a za s L .H . C r. i . . Z V -Y ' . ' ' L z ' 2 Hz. 1 ' '1-az a' .bf ab ac. 3 L 1 I' ' ' ' ' M. at 21. ' Lf. ' A.' 1 , ' s.. A. 1 up L 5 ' 1 ' 1 -' v 'b c , L , 1, k- 2 V. 'V-" i 1 H. ' 1 ' ' ' 1 ,--us' ', fi' 2 Blasfing off fo Grier Face - ma :ing isforcy "Well. it was this way." K. Thuener tells, I. to r.: R. Gunlach. J. Steinmetz. J. Carlson. .l. Fngler, P. Bowman. 3-2-l blast oil!! for one of the greatest trips you will ever take - not into space but through the ages of history. You will travel from the Garden of Eden to the Iron Age. You will meet everyone from Caesar to Our Lord. If you ever wondered how people lived and what they did in other ages this will satisfy you. Or maybe you would like to know what happened only a decade ago. All can be found in the pages of your own history book. So board your book and blast off. 24 ,-' w. 'vw X5 J. Bachman. seated. seems to know positively that it's right here. J. Hoirogge seems doubtful about Joyce's words because Judy knows it has to be "right there." This group. l. to r.. Father Connelly. Leroy Brooks. Janet Schmutte and Nancy l.. Scott. meets the "Problems of Democracy' with this remark. "They're not so tough' orczlgn la 'O' s xx' if lbiixs anguage 5 fAe e ey fo z!lneler5fcuuAng K V 1. I 'lwo madamoiselles from "Gay Parcef' Carol Robertson. kneeling, and Gloria Diloro, standing. seem to have an artistic tlair as they "put together" a French project. fx 5 5 Q5 Num 1' 'F ' ix-feiisufxt W' llnn 4 1' .sv ivan ' Susan Gooding proudly displays her masterpiece to. l. Io r., .l. Moeller. .l. Sltelley, l. Sutter. "scnoritas." Paris! Rome! Barcelona! Which do you prefer? Are you interested in the customs ol' old Rome? Then you'll want to meet Latin conjugations and declensions. You preer a more sophisticated dialogue like "oui ouiul Then a journey to Ciay Paree as you study French or an expedition to Barcelona to learn Espanol will make you happy. Languages present a world ol' exciting people. Gznmtgg - b'ewgff.f,,, SUM Ccugg damn US Y 1 im' W mum ,W memmm nihcs no fl era dum lnlunq deduce -Wm dw uf-M 54 muff water sea dclav ,,.,gg,, mu gfmf f"'Pt-'900 vews fs, maft nm l f --,pr fi W ,f All these l.atin "scholars," l. to r.. Barbara Torbeck. Carol Younghans and Sally liexerinlt seem to understand thc meaning of the word that Carol Kolks has pointed out. Some may haxe gixen up and simply said. "ll-s Greek to me 'fs ATORY NICE 'W -,ww ow- Could it be alive? Trying to decide are. l. to r.. E. Byrne. Y. Dubach, M. Middendorf. B. Carroll. Is it? Hear ye! Hear ye! Former Mercian astounds the world of science with an incredible discovery! If you hope to hear these words someday. Miss Mercy. you had better learn well the history. the characteristics. and habits of all living things in biology class: in chemistry imprint on your mind the composition and properties of all substances and the energy changesg observe properties, changes and interaction of matter and of energy in physics, and your dream may be a reality. Do as much as you can and more than you should, if you aspire to attain the heights of a scientific career. At Mercy scientists of tomorrow learn a basic knowledge of science and more important. they learn to form right ideas in relation to science, the world, and to God. nfure cieniisfs lguiltl on yirm ounolafions 6.5, Taxing their brains and testing their luck are senior phvsics students Exa Jane Kartve and Cecile Bodden 26 Round and round it goes' Where it stops' That one not even chemists Joan Tracy and Jane Norton can tell Are your X's and your Y's on the correct side of the equation? Oh yes, but I can't prove my triangles are congruent. Does this sound like a lesson in Greek? lt may be very surprising to discover that this is the ordinary language for the students of the math classes. Whether you prefer algebra l or ll. geometry, trig or even basic math you must be sure to have your thoughts collected, your pencils sharpened and rulers out. As an average Mercian enters this mass of theorems, equations and triangles she is determined that confusion will not overcome her. For in later years she will use much of her knowledge either in decorating her own home or in baking cakes. So to our mathematicians, we say, "May all your problems be little ones." Geometry's "deep"!! from the looks of concentration on the faces of M. l.. Schroer. M. A. Coonen, V, A. Wuest. mafgemafics X95 Easic in cz Pace-m1'nJeJ world MMT: ' mm . A A A f4f'4 1 'According to our chart, business is booming!" reports lieresa l.ampe to a "business associate." Sandra Steel. "Get that angle straight." is K. Wuersig's advice to freshmen mathematicians, Janet Schwab and Sylvia Siexe. 27 rcafing qzings of xgeaufcy xl cz joy G-orcvcr xt Llpllllxkl L ionmt Murphy 1 gtnx us 1m1t1 lx LL N IH Suthu INPIIIUL 11t1xt Donn1 N11xxm1 tx 1 1 Lr1l ll 1 hl L kl tl Hut ILI the. out Work mthout hopv.. drms ne1t11r IH .1 srexc 11nd hvpp mthout 1n ohjett unnot hw Co1er1d5e mwht not hot re1l1zed ll whun he wrote these words ol xxrsdom hut thex un hy ipplled to the 11s 1r1n1' 1rt1sts 1t 'Vluu H1 h From lru IC xxork B1 dwruu thu 1111stLr thu trluks ol the tr11de luttgrmu vthlgh ww out ol proportlon hevmx to lorm prune lmu Th1t huve mass ol Ll.1x t1n1llx molds 1nto 1 huuru xx uh even hr hrothtr tdmlts looks hkg somcthmv Th1.n Lltungnt ol 1 T 1rt exhrbltl Pr e IH tht hlut fll3l7UI'l the. I'LVN1lI'Ll lor hoplng' But than must nllxll ht 1n ohlut lor tha hope 11nd .... ll IN not tht hlut rlhhon' Thy ohjeut ol our 1rt1stx IN to pw honor to the DIVIHC Artlst by y,.,..,, usrnv to therr lullut thu t1lLnts whlch He has -men them Whpthtr sht lx 1 lreshm IH strlvrnu to -nun the. kn.1Lk ol 1 prolessronal or .1 senlor 0f1SUCI1l10l11 ll lt- 5211211 1 ko Pom 1 1 perlectrnv ll shp works tor the Dome Artlxt 1n Now! 1 1 11 111111111111 1111111u 8 ' 1 " "" 1 - . Q 1 L Q X -xx X "l' K '1 " h'1' - ' " ' 'V - cn '1 '1 klfl 1 'sul v' l'cl11rc .lo1 1' ' 1. J 1 " . 1 1 1 111 Ink' ll punk to scc il' ,IUZIH isn't 'x1gg'1t'ng j sl il "hiI." N 'I' Ci. lutlcrh-' 1111 .Indy ldc 'JNDFC ' hurxt. I N U' Eff., 11 . . L ' , ,, ' , , ' X 1 1 1 ' '1 fi Y In 't 1 ff 1 ' ' ' 1 ' 5 'gp' ' , 1 Q 1 1 ' " 'Q . ' Th' . to senlor. Llll strlvc lor pcrlcctlon ln thexr 1 1 -I ,L 1 .k- 1 1 ls- 1. 1 ' 1 ri- ' "1 . D 4, N, ' b. 1 ' 1 115- ' ' . , 3' , ' , ,',. .,... 1 'C , ' ' ' ' 1' ' 1 i' , 1 'L ' 'h' ' - thc 'E '4 ' 1 x iritH1 V , ' id Lg,- X 3 ' I ' X ' 'X' ' 1 V- r ,V-' X-'J' . . 1 - 1- 1 '- l V . .f-sf K 5 5 1, 1 Q 1 3 F ' 1 , 1 ' 5 ' 1 1 ' J 1 5 ' ' V :V 1 ' - " 'L ' 1 g ' C' ' "'tt 1 1: 11rc Nllff 1 gnl ' ' : ' . I ' ' "' , Joz ' gl LN th'y Clll'Cl'llllj 1 ld h- ' 'l' g 'l 1 2 I rocL1cing Iperfecf effere L7l7JJ3c7LTl1CCJx6,00L5 Miss lma Mercian. the eflicient business woman. steps from ollice practice to oflice building. capable of all of the tricks of the trade from dusting the typewriter to balancing the books. She shows her new employer the skills which she has acquired during her high school training. She can skillfully operate an adding machine. or typewriter and can easily transcribe her own shorthand. As the ofhce is her main concern. she gives her whole heart to the tasks at hand. Woe betide M. Koman it she makes a mistake! "Friends" are Ci. A. Schafer. CQ Fuller. .l. A. Birck and .l. Bucher. Running off copies are, l. to r., Joyce Brossart. Jane Flick. Mildred Kramer. Careful. error is disastrous. lip. tap. tip tap. Nlercy typists. l. to r.. ROW l. l.. Lmbsrg. P. Hetsch. ROW Z. Nl. Reinert. Xl. Doll. .l. l-ritz. .I Cierstner. D. Dee type in melodic rhythms as they gain inxaluahle practice tor their careers in the business world 29 Hahy 9 f 7 . OVHOYYOSV 5 OVHCH1CI ?G?l'5 f' VC CH'?!ll!4y VCIIHC Miss Kemper coaches young seamstress. Sandra Bepler as she lays her pattern and prepares to cut "hot" plaid. .--i-up Q? V 4 .A i 'Wat ..f-'Z Vertical lines! Horizontal lines! Sound like you're studying geometry? Ask any homemaking student-these terms would be no mystery to her. Dressmaking your field? You'll acquire an ease in sewing that will make anyone sit up and take notice. Or are you more inclined to whip up a delicious cake? You can learn to boil water or prepare a complete dinner. You will have the knowledge of preparing foods and designing your clothes which will he invaluable in the future. Some will choose to he the future homemaker and mother. You can put into practice everything you have learned in home ec class. Which ever walk ol' lile you decide to follow. you will he alwle to apply the tips and tricks acquired in your homemaking. sewing or cooking class. "A stitch in time saves nine!" "A home economics class has saved and helped many a young lass!" .WW .4 gets a bath! Mrs. Martinez shows the proper way Helping themselves to dainty "goodies" are Georganne is Elaine Spitznagel. Betty Westrich "take it all in." Brackmann. Judi Willenhorg. Phyllis Beuter. Diana Doll. 30 xjaald an qirn re Comgined in cym Cktsscs wa'-X l U35 Ready to run are, I. to r., Nyla Kay Stewart, Carolyn Bacher and Delores A. Dee. Melanie Minnich is in the process of throwing the ball home to make an out during a "rip-roaring" senior gym class. "Hey! girls. what's the score'."' Gym day is a day each week dear to the heart of every Mercian. Excitement galore, plus action and sportsmanship greet each girl, as she dons her cadet blue gym suit and anticipates forty- five minutes spent engaged in any of a variety of sports. Some prefer the competitive spirit found in a volleyball game, while others claim that no game can top basketball. ln Spring the cry, "play ball" is heard, and the ball diamond is filled with lVlercy's All-Americans, hitting home runs and making shoestring catches. With badminton racquets in hand. our sports-minded misses set out to prove that they can hit that birdie. while horseshoes delight the fancy of others. If something new and different is what you're searching for, box hockey is the answer! Ping pong, square dancing, kick ball and four squares are just a few more of the activities that brighten the lives of Mercians and help to make each girl worthy of the title "good sport." Ball L , -' 2f-'.,?- fl W.. . .Y A . ' f .. ' .L.ff2"'.-'QQ-if 3111 or strike? Time will tell, l. to r.. Cf Rupert. Aichele. C. Scithel. J. langenhahn and J. Prinzo. in . ' ' x I L, , Y 2 liz E Q ., f"f5:'fcf?3?5 ,. Vw J 5' Wfx-.wf JJ ' ?' v iv' ,. is 29' A.,. . if T7 ' , .ffiv W ifmw Q, f gg ix x 2 Wifi V QR 'HH ' AAA N LQ' wi Q Q fi , W aff! A if M I R A, fo 5 M 9' ff' Q eww QB? N 'fm f, ix 'sg 5 1,1 Q .2 ,f, f X Tr Xmy E9 4845 STUDE T LIFE Gay mornmg chatter and a cheery "hello" greet each new day and each Mercy gurl Together we share the joy of learnmg and compamonshlp of our classmates 1n the SPIRIT of MERCY. 33 we I I -., .-4 M..- Q-at cc.. F-43 . 41 ' rfg Z, 1 f M40 " u Nt 2 ' X f P- U44 Xqf "9 1"- 4' h . , gf, Y v. it A 4 P, Poor. puzzled freshie Kathy Defurtin just doesn't know as she is questioned by Nancy Scott on initiation day. When opportunity comes a knocking. who else but our Senior will answer, for this is her year to show all her special talents. She is looked up to by the lowly freshmen and respected by the juniors. Now that she has made the top rank of upperclassmen, the first major event this year is class rings. Though a few weeks late. the emblem of seniority is received with enthusiasm and hands are turned from side to side for all to admire this new treasure. With the approach of the festive holiday season the merry music of the Christmas Ball is greeted by bright ball gowns and tinkling silver bells. Now comes the class play and a chance to display her talents as a dancing fairy or "Sleeping Beauty." From a land of make-believe she glides through soft melodies as she whirls "around the world" at the Junior-Senior Prom. With this gay memory, she looks forward to the outstanding event of the year - graduation. This time of joy and sadness arrives at last and in her cap and gown, she is on the threshold of life's golden opportunities. rw 6Cl!9'eV4y gl'??f'2J GUI' CSV ScAool year C7 Looking pretty 1 iplcttlc senior homeroom presidentsl Kathmtn PA M Molengrtft PC School Pres S Shaw Nl Scott Pl- R Sxlter PB ind B Brooks I"D pose. with Bill McConnell orchestra lender tt the Christmxs Bill Q , 'Gu-. 'W t v ij I t. 'B 5. 3' . " , zsz ' x, z, -1 . 1. -': ' ': ',-f:.z .-z . J.- ' '. .'zz,z "-zqz. 34 MARY KATHERINE ASBROCK 6842 Grace Avenue St. Murgure! Mary CSMC l. 2. 3. 4: Business Club 4: Latin Club 3. CAROLYN BACHER 3433 M lrcclll Court S1 Jmlz MC I Bmw 4 Crlee Club I MeAu C lub 3 RI'IA BASCH 4777 Marlm Avenue SI Mmm: CSMC I 7 3 4 Bowllng 4 Business Club 4 French lb 3 ee Club 4 M lsq In G N I'C 3 4 SDS 4 Cllss See x 7 Cllss V Pres 4 CIWFN BAUSCH 3671 Hlubner Road Sl Janus MC I 4 Boo Clu 4 Gle C I 'VIcAuley Club I Sclence Club 7 Theti Art Club 4 an elcomeol G cclffle 1 er C AROL ANN BECKMAN 3270 Renfro Avenue. Um Lads of lmmlu CSMC I 7 3 4 Business Club4 Future Nurses4 Glee Club 1 2 JA 3 McAuley Club 7 3 YVONNE MARIE BERNS 3670 Epley Road St lgnanm CSMC I 7 3 4 .IA 3 McAuley Club I Spanish Club 4 PATRICIA MAE BETSCH 3705 Paramount Ridge Lane S1 lamex CSMC l 7 3 4 Business Club4 Glee Club 3 4 JA 3 Science Club 2 Class Secy I Class Treas 4 .IO ANNE BLAZER 3044 Bailey Avenue Our Lads of 1 nnrflu CSMC I 7 3 4 French Club 3 Glee Club 7 3 LUCILLE BLEH X 7710 Montana Avenue St Catlmrmt CSMC I 7 3 4 Business Club4 IA 3 CECILE BODDEN 70ll Kearsarge Avenue Sl Bomjace CSMCI 7 3 4 Bowlmg2 Glee Clubl 7 3 4 JA 3 4 Latin Club 3 4 McAuley Club 7 3 4 Class Treas 7 4 Class Secy 3 35 li. C Q.: of 67 ' 1. 2. 4: 1 'ling I. L ' " 7 1 I 'I Icy, W M I N4 Cll .1 1 l. 3. 114 z d avel 3. 4: C" 1. . 1 -1 af' . . CS ' I . 3, 2: . It A b 1 e 'lub A f 9 of rw ur ' 'sf 5 - I 1 s4...,,,, ' Q '. , M v I - 3 l 'Q 5 5 4: 'U ,M y 1 1 M H ......1 .-, ., , .. . . J , V I 1 Q , . I . -' .1 ' 1 1 ,. I " El. 36? BARBARA BOOTH 4845 Glenwuy Avenue Sz. Tcrela CSMC 1, 2. 3. 4: GAA 2. 3: Glee C'lub l.3.-1: Red Crow Rep. 4. JUDITH ANN BORGMAN 8107 Royal Heights Drive Sl. Arm CS ICI 1 1 4 RUTH BORGMAN 1616 Full Axenue 41m xml C ml 1 CSMC l 1 1 4 Bowling 1 Business Club 4 Glu. Club 1 Cl1ssSeeN 1 ANN CAROLYN BRAMES 1160 Wext Gxlbruth Road CSMC l 1 1 4 Bowlmg4 Busmus Club 4 GAA 1 Glee Club 1 McAuley Club 1 ur ere ah IM f' VVlS'll1g Inj: f NAR JO ANNE BROCKMEIER 5655 Surrey Avenue Almsrux Gun am CSMC l 1 1 4 Future Nurses 1 4 Glee Club I 4 JA 1 4 MeAuIe3 Club I SDS 4 BRENDA BROOKS 1114 North Bend Road St lgmmm Norwood High School l CSMC 1 4 Book C lub 4 French Club Trels 1 4 Glce Club 1 1 4 Spnnlsh C lub 1 SDS 1 4 Science C lub 1 C lass Pres 4 GLORIA JEAN BRUNE l9l4 Sterlmg Avenue SI MKIILIIIII Mun CSMC I 1 1 4 Bowling 1 Buslnus C lub 4 Glue C lub 1 4 JA 1 MeAuIex Club 1 MARY LOU BUMB 8691 Colerun Ro nd S1 Ann CSMC l 1 1 4 Bowling: 4 BLISIHLSS Club 4 Crlee Club l 1 JA 1 MLAuley Club 4 CAROL ANGELA BUNING 1791 Blue Roelx Rond S Jumu CSMC l 1 1 4 Business Club-1 Science Club CONSTANJCE BUNKER 6798 M xrxm Axenue St Vurgunr Hun CSMCI 1 1 4 Busuness Club-1 'K Arent thev nent' What size ns vours7 exclaxm the happy semors as Eileen Wurzelbacher turns eagerly to compare notes wlth Thelma Wetterer Barbara Colegate Mary Cluccro and Carole Bacher at the long 'mtlclpated rmg ceremony u cy Complefe on fAe fjzbacy A cy ame BARBARA ANN BURCK 7000 Wxrdcr Drive .Sr Vumn St Mlry Hugh School l 7 CSMC 3 4 Future Nurses JUDITH BYRUM 4163 Homelfiwn Avenue St Almsms Gon uy,u CSMC l 2 3 4 Book Club 4 Bowllng 3 Business Club 4 Glee Club 3 4 JA 3 Latin Club 3 NORA CAREY 6144 Sunrldge Drive .St Vnnuz CSMC l 7 3 4 BOWlmg4 Debating 1 7 V Pres 3 Gleanmgs 3 4 Glee Club I Latm Club 3 Red Cross Re 4 SDS 3 4 Class Pres 1 Class Secy 3 Cl V Pres 4 SALLY ANN CARMOSINO 3787 St trllte Court Sl ull MC l 3 4 Buslnes CIub4 Gle MAUREEN CASEY 3044 Daytona Avenue St Cazlmnm CSMC I 7 3 4 Book Club Secy4 Future Nurses 7 3 4 Glee Club l 7 4 Latm Club Treas 3 Masque md G1vel3 Treas 4 NCTC 3 4 SDS4 Class V Pres 3 4 DEANNE RAY CASSINI 3377 Hanna Avenue Our Ludw of Lourdes CSMC l 7 3 4 Future Nurses 2 4 Gleanmgs 4 Glee Club 4 Math Club Pres 4 SDS 3 4 Scrence Club 3 Secy 4 MQ 1. Quinn Slttlng one out xt the festive Chrlstmus Bxll merrymxlters Frmk Thom is D1 une Ruehrweln Jerry Volz Ktthy 'ihtnnon Bob H tsl und Suzanne lei ount enjoy t refreshing drlnlt und ln exch my of wltty comments ts the evening PIOEFLSNLS ay Slver B arm, Jfall: meckzvl WMA xjfoldy MARY ANN CIRESI 3039 Glenmore Avenue Our Ladx of Lourdes CSMC l 7 3 4 Bowlmg 4 Business Club 4 MARY ROSF CIUCCIO I678 First Avenue Sun Antonio CSMC l 7 3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Book Club 4 Bus! ness Club 4 Glee Club I McAuley Club 7 SDS 3 4 BARBARA JEAN COLEGATE CSMC l 7 3 4 Class Secy l Class Treas 7 JULIE ANN CONRAD 9l7 West Galbraith Road Vn n CSMC l 7 3 4 Busmess Club4 JANET DAHMANN l782 Norm in Avenue St Mmgurft Marx North College Hill Hlgb School 7 3 CSMC I 4 Futl re Nurses 4 JACOUELINE MARY DAY 3l43 Werk Roxd Our luzlx 0 lnnrzlzx CSMC I 7 3 4 Bowling 7 3 4 Future Nurses 7 Glee Klub I 7 3 4 Red Cross Rep 7 38 be 'J' ,Ki ,ma V V A ,V " 5 W 4-'fy z zxz. z':z 13, 'z' ', ,z .1 zqz .1 J' ' 1'el' "1 a"zf' ' ' '-'v'1'.'.'-. - . 2 : , ,.., , 1 ' g .. . 4 ' ' ,-, , 4 ' V, 1 2 X W .. . , . -. , . 3974 Rybolt Road SI. Jude , -, ,, 3 ' 1 -. ' " St. "ia 2 fy, ' L , Q - z 'I ' j ' " . -..z 1 ' . 1 1 . . 2 - ' I . fy K .-,., 2 ' -.,. : fx-: , ' ,-.,,: .-. 51 1 M"'sJ,j'. . DELORES DEE 3371 Harrison Avenue S1 Wurrm CSMC I 7 3 4 Bowling 7 Busrness Club 4 PATRICIA SUE DEITLER 7376 Hirrlson Avenue Sr Cutlmnm MC I 7 3 4 CIAA I 7 Glenmngs-4 nb 3 MLAulu Club Red Cross Rep 'I SDS 7 S ence Club V Pres 7 Cl s Ir GLORIA ANTIONETTE DI TORO 3899 WIIIOWOIK I me St Janus ISIlette Amdemy l CSMC 7 3 4 Ann! SHIT French C lub Sec y 3 4 Glee Book Club 4 DIANNE CATHERINE lb734JA3SI DITTMAN I827 Forestvlew C ourt C MC I 7 3 4 Glee b Club 7 3 Pres 4 Cllss res Our Ladx of LC1llldF5 I Laun Club 2 McAulev I Cliss Tre IS 4 r1gAf gHoLJay own, BETTY DOERGER I770 Adams Road Anumptmn CSMCI 2 3 4 Glee Club I McAuley Club 7 MARY DARLENE DOLL 3744 Glenmore Avenue Marnn CSMC I 2 3 4 Business Club 4 Glee Club I 7 3 .IOYCE ANN DREIER U70 S! Clalr Avenue Asmnzplmn CSMC I 7 3 4 Book Club 4 Busmess Club Pres 4 Future Nursesl Glee Clubl 7 3 4 JA 3 Clas5Tre.1s I MARLENE DREILING 9750 Hdubner Road Junwx MC I 7 3 4 Cl1ssTes .IOAN MARIE DYER I337 Mimosa Lane SI Antomnus CSMC l 7 3 4 Laun Club 3 Masque and Gavel 3 4 McAuley Club 2 3 NCTC 4 Scxence Club 7 KATHERINE LOIS ECKSTEIN 3676 Summerdnle Lane .St Judf CSMC I 7 3 4 BowlIng4 Business Club 4 Gleamngs 4 Class Secy 2 anvlggf I' ff P' fl 39 'Gr , 014, 1 ,,.. 2 l. ...I 'I -I1 CS- ' . ,. 1 ' . -1 2 ' fx 1 Glee CII I: A I ::12-: 5: JA ,L ' ' I: ' . .1 . . -. 3: . ci " f . -1 'asb " eas. 2. AIA A x , I 74 2 ,..:-f: e ":' 1 :zv . ' . l,1 .z - 'z 4 : ' 7-... 1 liilja ' ' . '..: -Cll -...: .:.DS4: S ' .l-. ,. 1 Clu 1 " . L: ,' 4 -, . . g ' 2. ' P g 7 .yy 15. . ' ' ' . ic 'o gy :.. 'N Q , - sl. l ,IY, , , , 2 L . -. . ,gin L 7 .a 727 4 X I It , V - ' SI' .1 VV ,... ' W , CS ' , -. ., 1 r a.. I. AAVV i f wwf V 'I ,Mm V ' i., , I ' U. if , .., , : ' ' 1 '- ' ' ' .. 1 f Q ClI'r I . L ' I. I t I v:," , - .:,, ., 3,,v1,,,, , In A, uvuu I I A, AZ V4 .,.. 'A,,1 L Haw .,AAA,., HAHHEII' Aun: Vzz: . , 3: fx ml b' 3. .::::a::,.,.,: MARIETTA ANN ERMERT 2914 Grasselli Avenue SI. Calliarinr CSMC 1, 2, 3. Board Member 4: Safety Club 2. JOYCE ESPELAGE 3311 Phoenix Avenue SI. Marrin CSMC 1. 2. 3, 4: Bowling 3: Business Club 4: Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Masque and Gavel 3: McAuley Club 1. 2: NCTC 3g Class Pres. 3. MARTHA LOUISE FAHEY 1807 Dallas Avenue Sr Warrant Van CSMC l 3 3 4 Business Club 4 CAROL ANN FELDMAN 7074 Ellen Avenue CMCI7 34 B0wllng34 A SI Vlariau I Mal i QVGVICIJJ QU' Q-AIT? Lovely SQMIOV G HARRIET ANN FELLER 3106 Manning Avenue 51 Martin MC 1 2 3 4 Bovslmg 'l 3 Glee Club4 JA 3 4 NlcAuley Club l 2 3 SDS 4 MARY KAY FISHER 3051 Glenmore Avenue Om Lads 0fL011rrlzs MC l 2 3 JUDITH LYNN FRITZ 3662 Ocosta Avenue St Carharlm CSMC I 2 3 4 Bowling 3 4 Business Club4 JA 3 4 THERESA FROEHLE 3815 Werk Rodd St Catlmrim 4 G e Club 1 2 3 4 Masque and Gavel McAuley Club " 3 4 NCTC 3 4 CAROLE GEIGER 9704 Haubner Road .St Janus C MCI 'P 3 4 JANICE MARY GERSTNER 9018 Western Hills Avenue St Terua CSMC 1 7 3 4 Business Club 4 Glee Club 1 7 4 JA 3 McAuley Club 2 3 SDS 4 Science Club 2 s 'd,-,..1 '.,1J 3. A ,X , e ' a-5ie5 C CS ,,.1 f' ..,,.4: : ,.: Cs ' , ,,,4. ' CSMC l, 2, 3, 4: Book Club 41 Bowling 3: French Club 3.:le .,.,: . 3,43 -, V, 1 ,. . I ,xx N S , -, -, . , TNR K 40 4 1. Ts. A pretty girl ts llke a melody and just Ilke a melody IS thus lovely royal trlo with Queen Mlnalee Molengrift posmg with her pretty attendants Rosemary Meyer and Manreen Casey as they beautifully relgn at the Chrlstmts Bill 04 tl Courf o qeocyaltcy af fAe CAr1sfma5 MARY CHARLEEN GODFREY 3874 Church L me St Almuux Cmn nga CSMC l 7 3 4 Business Club 4 Future Nurses 7 Club l 7 4 JA3 McAuley Club I 3 SDS4 BARBARA ANNE GOODING 7671 West Galbraith Road St Ann CSMC I 7 3 4 Bowllng4 Future Nurses 7 3 4 JA 3 Math Club 4 McAuley Club 4 Class Treas 3 4 MARILYN GRAMKE 3435 Moonrtdge Drlve S1 Jmlf Jullenne High School I CSMC 7 3 4 Class Treas MARY LOU GRIFFIN CSMC I 7 3 4 Book Club 4 Buslness Club 4 Glec 1 I 7 JEAN DIANNE HALE 33l7 McHenry Road St Lm CSMC I 7 3 4 Book Club 4 Business Club 4 Glee Club 7 McAuley Club 7 SUZANNE HAYS 1906 Arthur Place 1 CSMC I 7 3 4 Book CIub4 Busmess Club-1 GAA l Class V Pres 7 4I ll P fc 4' I ' I "wi t .- M ,J A 4 .. - L. ' . S Q Q . - ' z x ' lf ' ' ' . -. ,, 1 1 X I -L Glee ,-, 1 .1 ' . : . ' i , -. .. 1 ' L ' 2 -. . 1 ,z ' ' : .. 1 2. 2023-C Sutter Avenue Our Lady of Prastwrtutiwr ' ' ,-,,. 2 ' 1 ' 1 U Cllh ...LJA 3. 7' . ., , 1 ' : ' : -3 ' -. f SI. Lv: , ' , .., . g : " ' 1 1 I I ' I' .' A 'af You sh ull not due but shnll prnck your finger and sleep for 1 hundred ye 1rs promlses Jotn Dyer Sunlnght Fun Rnnbow Fnrles kneeling P Hortls R Salter C Krdntz stindmg H Feller C Kntrr S Strfttmtn game ln twe rw C67ll'ellIl!4y CMQVVIOVIZQ V?l'ly ng 9 651140 F MAUREEN ANN HEAVEY 7879 St C ith lrme Place St Cutlzurlm CSMCI 7 74 4 Bowling 3 Business Club 4 Glee Club 7 Z 4 MeAuley Club 3 4 CAROL ANN HELLIGRATH 6951 Lols Drive SI Mangan! Marx CSMCI 7 1 4 Cl'1ssSecy'4 LA VERNE HENKE 8l42 Hollybrook Court S1 Ann Regina Hugh School I CSMC 7 3 4 Business Club 4 Gleanmgs 4 Red Cross Rep Z HELEN HERTSENBERG 4967 Western Hnlls Avenue St Ttn su CSMC I 7 3 Pres 4 Gleunmgs 1 4 Glee Club I 'I JA 3 McAuIey Club 7 3 4 Cltss Pres 'I Class Seey 4 PEGGY HINRICHS 67I6 Brtdgetown Road SI .lmlf CSMC l 7 7 4 Bowlmg? Deb ltlngl 7 l'refts 7 Glen Club l Masque and Cmvel 1 4 Muh Club 4 NCTC 4 Orchestri I 7 Science Club 7 ANN LORETTA HIRSCHBERG 7617 JCSSUD Road St Janus CSMC I 7 'I 4 Glee Club 4 Masque md Gdsel 3 4 McAuIey Clubl 7 NCTC 2 4 'U if 'S , . f M34 te W A 3 Y Q " s 1 ' , s z ' ' 5 z ' z 5 z , ' 2' 1' z".': '.. z',. ' :iz '.. 2 "'z'. e ' cl 5 i I ' :P -, ,.,. X! Q - - ,SII .luz be , :-7:e . - -. -, , , A "s. 'QQ ,-V. 1 " 1 ' .,: .1 ' .,,. 1 " . EQ m M h . l l sq . , ',-...: ' ,: 2' .-.' 1 .-.,.: : z " ..: 42 PATRICIA FRANCES HIZER 2824 Werk Road Sl. Clllfflllflllt' CSMC I. 2. 3, 4: Bowling 4: Future Nurses 3: Cilee Club 3: McAuley Club 2, 4. 'VIARY EILEEN HOEHN 3743 St M artln Pl acc S1 Mfunn CSMC I 3 3 Board Vlembcr 4 Boxxlang 3 4 CIAA 3 V Pres 4 Cnleanangs 4 SDS 4 JAN HOETKER 3833 Westbrook Drlxe 51 Cazlmnm IC I 3 4 Book Club 4 Bow 3 Fu Nurses 3 C1Iee Claab 4 Masque and Gavel 3 Secy 4 McAuley Club 3 4 NC TC 3 4 Spanash Claab V Pres 4 C I ass Tre as 3 DIANE LEE HONNIGFORD 3663 Paramount Ridge Road S1 lmmx CSMC I 3 3 4 Math Club Treds 4 McAuley Club I 3 Safety Club I Scaence Club Pres 3 Class Secv 3 anal .ibllgenfdy Sfmie PATRICIA HORAK 3333 Werk Road Om Ludx of lumdu CSMC I 3 3 4 Book Club 4 CIAA 3 4 Cflee Cluh 3 JA 3 4 McAuley Club 3 3 Red Cross Rep 3 Safetx Club 4 Theta Art 4 .IOAN HUISMANN l04 Broadway 51 John the Bupnxt CSMC I 3 3 4 Glee Club I 3 Spanash Club 4 Sl Catharina 3 Safety Club 3 3917 LfaFeuaIle Avenue MC l 3 3 4 Glee Spdnash Club 4 Scaence Clu 3 DIANA LOU JUENGLING 6017 West Ford Rodd CSMC I 3 3 4 Bowlang, 3 4 McAuleyClub 3 Spanash Club4 .SI Ignatius LOIS ANN .IUNG 3436 Mdyfcur Avenue .SI Marina CSMC I 3 3 4 Book Club 4 Bowllng 4 Glee Club l 3 3 4 ldun Club 3 McAuley Club 4 Masque and Cnwel 3 4 NCTC 3 4 SDS4 ClassSecy 4 ARLENE KAMPHAUS 7608 Seward Avenue Axszmaptmn CSMC I 3 3 4 Book Club 4 Busaness Club 4 Cnlee Club 4 J Qur CAaracl'er1zaflon XL 43 is TN L' M -P kk r . V 1 I Ar ' ..::, - . . ,. -3 1.2 Q:- -Sgt CSN 3 . Z. ,, 1 ' 1 ling Z. ,L ture I .---' .Q , 2 ' Q . '. .I I Q ' ..: ' ', -. ggi, V im, M . . A . . I. -.',, 1 ' . -1 :I ' . I 'I TCM. ,f4,,L. 'I I kg X MARY ESTHER ISLER I . ,gl - ' I . A ' I g gi -:.-:,.' CS , .., , : Club 1, 2, -1 ' ' -1 .:,,. , n f 5 ' ' b -. V 5 - 1 1 ".,: ' ..:. il If T' .34 -,L ' Q :'z,, ". . D 5,7 v K. YV it A f 1 .1 A 7 W .1 QT- VCPQVG '30 WM S DARLENE MARIE KARAUS U70 C ix inxugh Avenue St Culluuzm IC I 7 I 4 Book Club 4 Buslmss C lub 4 Clu l ety Club I 7 '4 QD9 4 iueme C 7 EX A .IANE KARTYE 910 H xrdlnb Avenue S1 llmlm IC I Club Treus 4 McAulu Club 7 7 -I Suence Club 3 -I Class V Pres I JOAN KARWISCH 1845 North Bend Road SI Hmm: CSMC I 7 2 4 Bowling. 7 T BusmessClub4 GAA 7 me Club I 7 GERALDIIN E MARY KATHMAN 4005 St Mxrtln Plmce SI Murlm ICI 74Bovslg?4GleCllb?l Club? alrtylancl 5xPevLflon IOANNE CLAIRE KATHMAN 1141 Boudlnot Avenue Om Lmlx nf lnnrdu CSMC7 I 2 3 4 Bowlmy, 4 GICIDIDLS 3 Coedltol Math C lub 4 McAuley C lub 4 Thet1Art4 C I Iss Pres DORIS ANN KECK N712 Biscayne Avenue SI ml! Ourl ldy of Angels High Snhool I C SMC 7 3 4 Bovsl mg 4 GAA 4 JOAN ANTOINETTE KESSI: 7073 Fmerson Avenue St Afflllullll Marx IC I 4 BlISII'lt. C ll 4 I-uture Nur C CC Club 74 4 JUI IA KIELTY A489 Bobolmlx Drne In n CSMC I 7 7 -I GleeClubI OrLhestr17 ip1mshClub4 PATRICIA ANN ISIRSCHNFR 'II71 C nvmlugh Avenue SI Cuthurmf CS IC I 7 3 4 BusmessClub4 THERESA MARIE KI OSTERMAN 3960 Racevxew Avenue St Almsuu Gun ugu CSMC I 7 3 4 Bowling 3 4 Debating! 7 ecy 3 Glee Club I 7 Math Club 4 MCAuley Club I 7 Or chestra 7 Red Cross Rep l Ah' Go on Bumps take I bte says Judy RCISSIg as Sleepmg Beauty Sleeping Beauty IS tempting J Kuchenbuch sometimes known as Bumps to partake of an olive to the delight of the peasant children M E llnfert and P Betsch Wlf f 2 CAQVM4lng S?ePlng eallfty 0,l4e:EOVel0IVlCJ CAROLE KNARR 4779 R xpld Run .Sr T1 rt su MC I 'I 4 Glu. Cluh I 7 2 MeAuILv Clu r s I Thett Art 4 Suenu. Club 7 C I Iss V Pres 4 CAROLYNI LOUISE KRANTZ 5452 Ph1I'orett DFIVC 51 Ignunus CSMCI 7 '4 B01rdMember4 BowImg7 3 4 Future Nurses 1 4 GAA 4 Glee Club I 7 4 latln Club 'S McAuley Club I 7 4 SDS 4 Science Club 7 Thetl Att Secw 4 NANCY ANN KRAUSHAR 4007 Wxshmgton Avenue St Marlin CS IC I 7 3 4 Bowlmg 4 Business Club 4 Fu ure Nurses 4 GAA 4 Masque md Gtnel Z 4 McAulex Club I NCTC '4 4 SDS 4 Sp mlsh Club Secy 4 MARY ANN KROUSE ?W0Sm1thheId lane SI Ann MC I 7 74 -1 BowImg4 Business Club 4 C P s I JUDITH ANN KUCHEINBUCH 1144 Prmcns Avenue. S1 Wall u 1C I 1 lb '4 N 1 e d Cnvel 2 IN Aulu C lb 4 NCTC I SLZANNF MARIE LE COUNT 1074 Duron Awenue Sl Curlmrmt CSNIC I 7 3 4 French Club 74 Treas 4 Future Nurses 7 T 4 Nlxsque and Gm 1 L -1 NC TC 2 4 SDS4 X, Retreat time found the members of the Class of 58 on thelr way to Frmrhurst to spend three peaceful days with God Ind receive splrllual md xocltlonll gllId"tIlCC Theresa Klostermm IS hlvmg '1 friendly chlt with Fnther Hynemth efreaf :me owne! M eager fo xloemence JANICE FRANCES LEHRTER 277 Finney Trul Vu IH MC I MAGDALENA LlND 7674 Corn Avenue S! Cllfllllfllll Ourl ndy ol Angels High School I CSMC 7 7+ 4 Busl ness C lub 4 Glee C lub 7 I 4 Spanish Club 7 VIARYELLEN DOROTHY LINFERT I62? Flora Avenue SI Margaret Marx CSMC I 7 T 4 Busmess CIub4 Future Nurses Z 3 4 G ee Club I 'S 4 JA 3 4 Masque md G1vel4 NCTC ELAINE LUDWICJ 7861 F1sc.l'er Pl Ice .SI Catllarnu CSMC I 7 3 4 Book Club4 Bowlmg 3 Future Nurses 7 C lee Club I 7 4 Latm Club Secy I Math Club V Pres 4 MeAuley Club 4 Class Treas 4 MARY CAROL LUENSMAN 43474 Homel nwn Avenue St AIKIXSIIIS Gun a1.,a CQMC I 7 2 4 Busln sClub4 GAA4 Glee Club 3 4 MLAulev C lub 7 NANCY LUKEN -1107 Mxrlm Avenue Sz Marnn CSMC I 7 1 4 Book Club 4 Bowling-4 French Club 46 1,-14 CATHERINE MAGEVNFY 634 Montxnn Avenue S1 Callmum CSMC I 3 3 4 Annual St1ff4 Bowling 3 4 GAA 4 NIcAulev C lub 3 Glee Club 3 MARILYN LOUISE MATHEWS 3lS8 Penrose PII e SI Curlmmn MC I 3 4 Future Nur s CAA 3 4 1 lb Sp In s C lu Science Club 3 LOIS JANF MEREINFIELD 373l Powell Drive SI Cufhunm CSMC I 3 3 4 GAA4 GIeeClub4 SDS4 CAROL ANN MERK S840 Brldfetown Road St lmln CSMC I 2 3 4 Bowling 3 4 Debating 3 3 Glee Club 2 3 4 McAuley Club I 3 -1 SDS 2 fjAOSe fjzfee Cl 5 O MARY NOEL MEYER 393l Queen C lty Avenue St Clllllllllllt CSMC I 3 3 4 Bowling 3 3 4 BusmCssClub4 CIAA Secy 3 Pres 4 M Auley Club 3 Ihetn Art 4 C ass res C' Iss Pres 3 Class Slreds 3 Clmss Sec 4939 Ralob Avenue SI Teruu CSMC I 3 3 Bourd Member 4 Bowlmg 3 3 Secy 4 French Club V Pres 3 Pres 4 GAA I 3 Secy 4 ce Club I 3 4 IN cAuley Club I Sl S C V Pres C I is Sec y 4 JUDITI-I ANN MEYERS 3081 Nelsel Awenue Om Lfulx of Lmmlu CSMC I 2 3 4 Book Club 4 Business Club 4 Future Nurses4 GAA 3 4 GleeClubI 3 3 4 McAulex Club 3 Red Cross Rep 4 Safety Club 3 SDS 3 4 Spzmsh Club 4 BARBARA ANN MILLER 3963 Iovell Avenue S1 'Ilmnn MCI 34Bowlg34C1 ClbIJA'4 Auley Club 3 Sdfctx Club 3 Suence Club 3 Class V Pres 3 CATHERINE FRANCES MINGES Box 393 Fast Mum: River Road Sl Bumml IC I B X I I Art -I MELANIIE FSTI-IER MIINNICH 4738 Green Glen I me 7114 CSMC I 3 3 4 Busmess Club Seex 4 GAA 3 4 Glee C Ibl 3 3 4 IA 3 MeAuleyClub3 CInssV Pres I IPQQCGAI, Con femla afzon ,I 47 A. Ex ZU1 ' ..1 Z it ' . 2. .. 1 se. Z: J -, 3, :Clce Cll I. 2. 3. 4: McAulcy Club I. 2. 3: . z i.h ' b -lg , V ,R - ' ' ,-.- A . . Ii I f l - 17? ' V A , M Q Ama I. 2, . 'I I 1 C -I A I el .1 'la I "' I I ., V, .3 I I I I in s I I I, ROSEMARY MEYER 'l:'3 "': Q GI .., 1 I .2. 3: J. ': Iz. , , If I I. - . 4 s e I I i F ' , . I - ,t IV ., ., , , .. ..,. 5.3: V Cs C S . 2, E ' in .-:Jlee 1 . Mc- 1 -'Li f CSN," .-2. 3, -I: owling 3: .IcAuley Club -2: "beta ' I . I I S I' - S .2 Sf. I ' ' 'ill I CAROL ANN MODAFARI 1778 Fairmount Avenue rm 1-111101110 CSMC l 7 1 4 Annu1lSl.1ff4 Book Club 4 Bowling 4 Business Club 4 Gleimngs W 4 McAulex Club SD 1 4 .IUDITH ALICE MOELLER I77i Flli Street S1 Blllllfllll IC l IA 2 Spmish Clu Il'ct1 Art 4 MINALEE MOLENGRAFT 7979 Ruth l ine St Almxmx C1111 no MC l 7 4 Busin ss 1 ee C ub lsque Ind C wel '4 -1 MeAuley Club I NC IC 3 C ross Rep l Cliss Pres 7 MARTHA MARY MOORMAN Il7i Overlook Avenue 7 ll MC l 4 Flu 4 Cilemlng, 4 1 UL C 1 C is me I 7 f' nnua CM e C :me oon qQo!!e0l04roun ' .J I. I 53. X ROSEMARY MURPHY 3222 Day Court Om Lmlx of Lomdu CSMCI 2 3 4 Bowlmgl 2 GAA7 7 Treus 4 JA? Masque and Gavel 3 4 McAuley Club 7 NCTC 3 4 Spanish Club 4 PATRICIA MARY MCCONNELL 8957 Winton Rodd Jumz CSMC I 7 X 4 Business Club 4 Glee Club 4 MARY HELEN MCELROY 3l87 South Road Our Lady of Visilzliimz CSMC I 2 3 41 Business Club 4: GAA 4: Glee Club l. 2 411A 3: Safety Club 4: SDS 4. BARBARA SUSAN NABERHAUS 519 Compton Rowd . Vim n CSMC 1 2, 3. 4: Future Nurses 31 Red Cross Rep. -1 Sp'1nish Club 4. BONNIE SUE NEAD 7845 Bobolink Drive .' , Vim-'un St. Teresa High School I: CSMC 2. 3, 4: Business Club 4: Glee Club 2, 3g Spanish Club 2. RITA KAY OBLINGER 2746 South Road Our Lady of Visitation CSMC l, 2, 3, 4: Future Nurses 3, 4g Glee Club 2, 3. We re off to the rtces wlth the semor contrlbutlon to the May Fete pep rrlly lts 1 photo finish with 1 cheering sectlon ot dcrhv enthusnsts Nancy Scott Ceclle Bodden Ktthleen Sh mnon Mtrud Remert and Jtmce Gerstner CIMJ rw kyOllfl?C! 7-OVCQ: 'VIAUREEN OCONNOR 3094 West Tower Avenue Our Ludx ofLn11nlu MC l 4 FLt G Crlu. Club 4 Mtsquc ind Cnvel 4 McAulev Club NC l'C 4 Red Cross Rep 7 4 SDS 4 Science Club 7 4 'lhctl Art MARY CAROLYN PLAGEMAN 3334 Meyer Place 51 Cullzarme CSMC l 7 3 4 Bowl1ng3 4 Future Nurses 4 Glee Club I 7 3 4 Masque and Gavel 3 4 McAulew Club 3 NCTC 3 4 RedCross Rep l 3 4 SDS Secy4 Spimsh C lub Pres 4 MARY JO PLAGGE l9l0 Schollenberger Avenue .St Murgurtt Mun CSMC l 7 3 4 Business Club 4 Cvlee Club 4 MARY JEAN POLKING 4836 l"llNlt.W C lrcle Jmlt C816 I 7 3 4 Busmess Club-1 CNXA 3 4 GlceC b EILEEN MARY REHKAMP H1376 F tske Drive Axmmpnmz CSMC l 7 3 4 Business Cluh 4 Them Art 4 MARCI A ANNE REINERT 3li7 Veazey Avenue Our Lads of Lourdes MC l 7 3 4 Bus1nesSClub4 GAAI 3 J-X 3 Red Cross Rep 7 Scnence Club 7 e ' ' CS ' . 2, 3, 1 lure Nurses 2. 3. 4: 'AA 2, 3, 4: ' H 7 1 as z "2 1 I ' I: 3. 1 ' fa 4. '.'lN 7 . -. .. 1 ' -- S 1 '. .. 1 " 'lu l. 2. 3. -1: JA 3, 4. CS ' .... ,. 1 X' 1 S : 1 t . 4: ,JGDGK Roses for Prom Queen Martha Moormfmn are presented by Carlo Mdstroptolo Bob H asl attendants Suzanne LeCount nd Barbara Gooding lpartmlly hlddenl and Bob Hwdden ure enjoyrng the exenmgs festlvntles at Hartwell Country Club fwfA Sprlng, enlor NL 30 anc urns :Cz Af! J 3 J JLDITH REISSICJ 3835 Westwood Northern Boulevard St Callmruu CSMCI 2 3 4 Bowllng4 Glee Club l 2 3 4 .lA 3 Masque md Gavel 3 4 NCTC 4 SDS 7 3 4 Clxss V Pres 1 MELODY REMENOWSKY 10699 Pottmger Road .St John MC I 7 'K 4 Glee Cll l 7 Red Cross Re Class Pres 3 CAROL ANN RENNICK 734' lroll Avenue St Lao CSMC l 7 3 4 Book Club4 Bowllngl 2 3 4 Busl ness Club 4 GAA 3 4 Glee Club 2 4 McAuley Club l 7 3 4 Orchestral 'P 3 4 Red Cross Rep 3 Sxfety Club 4 SDS 4 JUDITH MARY RIFHLE 4436 Harrison Avenue SI Almxuzs Gm: nga CSMC I 3 3 4 Bowlmg 3 4 Business Club 4 Glenn lngs 3 4 MARY .IO RIESKAMP 1000 Seibel Line SI Tzruu CSMC I 3 3 4 Business Club V Pres 4 GAA 3 4 Glexnnngs 3 4 Glee Club l 3 JA 3 MeAuley Club 't 3 4 SDS 4 CAROLE ROBERTSON 3954 Chevlot Road 51 Janus CSMC I 'l 3 4 Annual Staff ' 4 French Club 3 4 Future Nurses 3 4 JA 3 SDS 4 1 ? 'Mr 1 H V A A 1 . ,, f , O Q 'R J Q . . 'x z . ay , u . . ' . 'f ' f . ' ' ' '- -' ' ' - . ' C . K I I V . . . 3 1 . . . 1 . l CI 5 ' , , . . - . 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DIANE RUEI-IRWEIN 3493 Ridgewood Avenue St lgnutms CSMC I 7 3 4 Book Club 4 Debatlngl 7 Pr 3 Glee Club Cross Rep NANCY 7033 Fllen CSMC I 7 3 4 Busm 7 Ld ub Orchestral 7 3 4 I Class Trexs I RUHE Drive S1 Mmeaut Mun Club 4 SANDRA RUNIN ELS l763 West Fork Road CSMC I 2 3 4 Busmess Club 4 Glee Club I McAuley Club 7 SDS 4 Class Treas 3 REGINA ANN SALTER 3035 Wnllnet Drive St Teresa CSMC I 7 3 4 French Club 3 V Pres 4 Future Nurses 4 GAA 3 4 Glee Club 4 JA 3 Latm Club 3 4 St Boniface McAuley Club 2 3 SDS 4 Science Club 2 Class V Pres 2 Class Secy 3 Class Pres 4 rj-AougAfs of gay HILDA SCHLARMANN 3907 Hmley Road SI .lanux CSMC I 2 3 4 Business Club 4 SANDRA SCHMIDT 7099 Mulberry Street CSMCI 2 3 4 Red Cross Re I .St Margaret Mars JANET SCHMUTTE 39l8 Grace Avenue CSMC I 2 3 4 Book Club 4 Bowlmg 3 4 Busmess Club 4 Gleanmgs 3 4 Glee Club 3 SDS 4 YI Almxmx Con ata PEGGY ANN SCI-IONHOFT 3659 Allvlew Circle Our Lads of Lourdes CSMC I 7 3 4 Busmess Club 4 Future Nurses 7 Glemmgs 3 4 Glee Club 4 SDS 3 Pres 4 .IO ANN SCHULTE 1492 Colonial Drlve S1 Antwunus MCI Z A4 GleeClubl 41 McAuley Club 2 3 SDS 4 Spdmsh Club 4 Science C lub 7 NANCY LOIS SCOTT 4400 Racevtew Avenue St Alouzus G0n,ugu CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4 AnnudlSt.f1ff I, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 4 McAuley Club Pres 2, Sec'y 3, Sec'y Treds 4, Red Cross Rep I, Sctence Club 7 Class Sec y 1, Class Pres 7, 4 Class Treus 3 ,M as roms and lpreffiy ueen, 51 . . -. ,. 1 1 . -. es. .1 ' . 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M I Qin: Refi N33 Xiix x L -.af w W KATHLEEN ANIN SHANNON 7913 Faseher Place SI Cllflllllllll CSMC I 7 '4 4 Annual Staf'f4 Book Club 4 I-uture NursesV Pres 7 3 Hlst 4 GIeeClubl 7 3 4 Masqu and Gavel 3 Pres 4 NCTC 3 4 SDS 4 C s S MARIE SUZANNE SHAW 4460 West Flghth Street 7111 MC I 7 Seex 3 es nua I 7 editor 3 Fdltor 4 Book C lub 4 Freneh C lub 3 4 C1 AA 7 3 Latm Club 3 Masque and Ca awe 3 4 Me Xu Club 7 3 NC IC 3 4 Orchestra Darector 3 4 SDS 4 Sclence Club 7 C I ass Pres 3 Sehool Pres 4 SALLY SHI4 RMAN 7070 Hamilton Avenue St Mmg,unl Mun CSMC l ALILIIIOI 7 3 4 l-uture Nurses 7 Gle am es 3 4 Cllee C lub l JA 3 Math C lub 4 Sclence Claab 7 3 Pres 4 Thetfa Art Pres 4 Class Seey l Class V Pres SUSAN MAY SIMON 8748 C I ara Avenue nn CSMC l 7 3 4 Bowlane4 BusanessClub4 CnleeClub7 Auf agzca A ladllydrounvlfg rw 'F bs... 2 7' I3 .IEANNE MARIE SKELLY 7939 Feltz Avenue Sl Cutlmrmz MC l 4 MeAu e Spamsh Club 4 JACOUELINE CATHERINE SMYTH 7493 Devils Backbone Road Om laulx n lmmlmn MC l 3 4 Anna al Sta .IACOUELINE ANN SOMMER 7907 De Breck Avenue Sl Cutluulm CSMC I 7 3 4 Book Club 4 Bowlanf, 7 4 Busan ss Club 4 Cnleanlnbs 3 4 Masque and Gavel 3 4 NCTC Safety C lub 2 3 Pres 4 Spanash lub 4 Class Pres 2 PHYLLIS SPERBER H100 Kellywood Avenue 1111 1 MC l 3 4 Bow me 3 4 Crlee Claa NANCY ANN SPIC ER 7773 loseph Street -iaaunaprmrz CS IC l 7 3, 4 Book Club 4 Debatmg, 7 3 Cllce C b l 7 4 IA 3 4 Math Club 4 Red Cross Rep 7 Sutety Club 4 Senenee C laab 4 CATHERINE JEAN SPITZMILLER 3717 Fpworth Avenue SI Cuzluuzm' CSMC' l 7 3 4 Book Club-1 GAA 4 Mtath Club 1 Safety Club 4 ' 1 - I I A I It V . 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Rs, AI fs 1 l '.lN'.-.. 2 " 2 '1.'-..lS "lu 52 Dune and Gwen Introduce their escorts 'md two Mother of Mercy faculty members at the Prom St mdmg left to rlsht tre Frank lhom ts D1 mc Ruehrwem Frtther Wllllaml Blome Gvxenclolvn Btusch Robert Burkett and Father C trl Ilzzet anal CH of WVlfA ELAINE SPITZNAGEL 5361 North Bend Road 91 Ignatius CSMC I 7 3 4 Book CIub4 Cllcc Club l 4 McAuley SANDRA STAHLEY 43 Locust Ave S Fort Mitchell Blevsul .Sutramcnt C MC I 3 3 4 Latm Club 3 McAulev Club 3 Science Club 3 Cltss Pres 3 JUDITH ANN STAUB ll4l Betty Lane .St Terexu CSMC l 7 3 4 Annu1lStaff" 4 Bowl1ng4 Buslness Club 4 GAA l 3 4 Cilee Club 4 McAuley Club 3 Spmlsh C lub 4 PHYLLIS CATHERINE STEINKER 6933 Diana Drlvc SI Mllfgllfll Nlurx MC l 3 4 Future Nt es 3 4 JA 3 Spin C lub 4 NYLA RAY STEWART 3370 Kathy Lane Our Lady of Lourdes CSMCI '7 3 4 Class Secy 4 SANDRA LEE STRATMAN 947 Lakeshore Drlve Our Ladx of the Rmurx CSMC l 7 I'reas 3 4 Red Cross Rep 3 Science Club Treas 4 Class Pres 3 Class V Pres 4 Sweef lbreclnfzcy ream 'N 53 4, 6,7 Q , 1 'H ' ww l" 'z ' ' ' Q 5 . 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K Recmng thelr Act of Consecratnon at May Crownlng are attendants Helen Hertsenberg and Sally Trlppel and M ty Queen Kathy Shannon ln the background left to right ire J Rlehle J Meyers B Nead R Telscher tndl Wetzel rw CH-onor CU' 015 HV QVIJ GUY Queen JANET SUNDERMAN 3330 Grtnd Avenue St Blilltlllllllllt CSMC l 3 3 4 Business Club 4 Future Nurses 3 JA 3 RUTHANNE TELSCHER 3W37 Dtytonl Avenue St Mullin CSMC I 3 3 4 Book Club 4 Bowllng 3 4 Business Club 4 Glee Club l 3 4 Spanish Club Treas 4 MARY ANNE THEOBALD 3949 Mignon Avenue Sr Cutlmrmf JOYCE ANN TI-IINNES 3334 Montana Avenue SI Mmm: CSMC l 3 3 4 Bowl1ng4 Business Club4 GAA 3 4 Glee Club 3 SDS 4 MARJORIE TOSCHLAG 3338 Amor Pl me St Bnmzunlznt MC l 3 4 Busmes Clt 4 J SALLY ANN IBRIPPEL INN Mt.M1ltln Avenue Anunzplmn CSMC l 3 3 4 Book Club Pres 4 Future Nurses 3 3 Pres 4 Glee Club l 4 Red Cross Rep 4 fhett Art 4 C l rss Tre ts 54 2 tv 1 h.-,..q: . i rip: s CSMC l. 2, 3, 4: Business Club 4: JA 3. CES ',2.,.: 's 'nb 1 A3. 1' ' ' Lf N A 'R ' y ' 2 HELEN VIRGINIA TULLY 4359 Ridgeview Avenue Sf. William Our Lady of the Pines High School I. 2: CSMC 3. 4: French Club 3, Sec'y 4: Glce Club 3: McAulcy Club 4. LINDA UMBERG i6I8 Bisc tyne Avenue Sl Almwus Gnu lllll CSMC I 7 3 4 Book Club4 Bowllng4 Business Club 4 Glee C lub 4 McAulev Club I 7 3 SDS 4 C1ERALDINE ANN VOGEL ll7l C irpentcr Drive St vfflfglllll Mun CSMC I 7 3 4 Bowling I Future Nurses '4 4 e Club 3 4 McAuley Club 7 CIc1ssTreas I Clnss Pres 7 CAROL MARIE WAGNER 3909 Rice Road St Almxms Gon 111,11 CSMC I 7 3 4 GAA 7 GleeClub I JA 3 Math Club Secy 4 McAulev Club Secy 7 Science Club 7 Thett Ar 4 Class V Pres 3 I WUI anal qeequevf xH Ijencler o.n4ofAer4y Care CAROLYN ANN WANDSTRAT 3937 Wishmgton Avenue Sr Murnn CSMC I 7 3 4 McAuley Club 2 GENEROSE FRANCES WEISENBACH M ldlson and Oak Streets Harrison Ohio S! lului the Bapnsl CSMCI 2 3 4 Spanish Club4 Glee Club I 7 3 MARY .IACQUELINE WELAGE 3490 Markay Court S1 flllll CSMCI 2 3 4 Business Club 4 Debaungl GAA 7 3 4 Gleanmgs 3 4 Glee Club I 3 McAuley Club I Cliss Pres I MARY ANNE WELGE 5393 Werk Road Our Ludx 0fL011rdes CSMC I 7 3 4 Bowling 3 4 Business Club 4 Glean ings 4 MARY LOUISE WESTERKAMP 7615 Pancoast Street St Cllfllllflllf' CSMC I 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Math Club 4 McAuley Club 7 3 4 Orchestra 7 Science Club 7 3 V Pres 4 MARY ELIZABETH WESTRICH 717 Doeltpe Lane .Sr Vnzan CSMC I 7 3 4 Future Nurses 3 4 Red Cross Rep 3 'Winn .4 Aaaffiur ' I ., . 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Z Q! 55 129-C 345- "QD Lf THELMA WETTERER 69'6 Noble Avenue SI WIIILIIICI Vlmx CSMCI 7 '4 4 BllSll'lLSSCllll'54 JUDITH ANN WILTZEL N686 Surrey Avenue Sr Almimx Cmn ugu CSMC I " 'I 4 Bowling 3 4 Business Club 4 MARY LYNN WIRTZ 4'48 Kirby Avenue SI Hom me 1C I 4 C1 JANE WOLFF 4990 C Ieves Wirsiw P Itrt su MC I Y 4 Ann tiff " l-ieneh Club 3 rw ourne 7-orfg Beyond ide lghe orzzon A-If 1 'Q-v-7 .X . 53' NANCY SUF WOOD 9869 North Glen Ro id St Jmlf CSMC I 7 1 4 Annu il Still' 1 Boole C lub 4 Bowling uture Nurses W 'I 4 ee C b I I itin Club 1 Reel C loss Rep EILEFN WURLELBAC Hl:R 1900 Bismg Axenue SI 'wlllglllll Wuxi MC I 7 2 4 Business Club 4 Cilee Club 1 I 'qqj 'H'Ll'nl Peggv's desire to become '1 religious led her to study diligently in order to complete her high school course in three ye'1rs. In September she entered the novitiate of the Sisters of Mercy to initiate her period of postulancy. Joylully looking forward to her reception day in August, she now eagerly awaits the time when she will don the white veil of the novice and continue her prayerful preparation for a fruitful life in the Master's garden doing His Will as she labors for souls. -Xrttsts Judx Sehlotmzn md Jtn H than get down to the huslness of homeroom deeorttlons ts thev letter l'TllSllN An uppercl tssm nn' Th tt Iona: dw uted h tppx el tx when wou cm etll xourselt 1 jumor hts llf1lllX trrned' Wh tt more eould 1 Ur tdu tied sophomore seels th tn the e ol tunx u o juntor vxlll ilu ns remember the hlppx moments ot her Vdrletx Shovs She feels her prtorttx she IS served it the Rom ln Bmejuet She mtl heme xdded selenee projeets Ulee elub ree1tt's md Junior Aehtexement projeets to her letlxltx e xrt B mv jumor wtll agree the eletrest ol her memories IS the Juntor Semor Prom Ah' That n12ht when exerx gurl looks like 1 xtston ot Clnderellt md her eseort Prtnee Chtrnun-1 the vear ne 1rs nts use here ts h s ness ln th juntx umors hetrt everx eloud has slver lntnv so has the ll 7 of every juntor when she remembers th tt hers ts no longer the tltle ol junior hut ot semor xg fglofenagerrpan egan for cr log ear 'v HQ-"'f W: 53' .A gg, ww T 'nf 4.3 go 5? '1 'HL f' 55 5-C- C.. no :Jr DL I I P'- 'JE L3 ,- c "1 7: 933 pf' J IL 'if' 2-3 "1r-4 EJ AU' -YZ. Dr fl '-VIC Os gc.. Q? fb rw LF. -,o o -.. 3' "fb E 7"sl7 PIT: UE S2 D., C Ln.. R5 f' 3 gm Z2 03: , ut: '1 fb-1 'JS 53 5:- 373 .,3 Cr' 14 Er ,.- D ,J 55. ff' 13, E. sl' 3-3 o: Sf' C. fff, 'W' HW' xi, i u j ' I 5 - . .N -' ' x, , .f lr N rf : .- l ,s 1 , . . , " Q.. X 1 ' h Q " .. if V . , , , .. " K 5 O r -we 4 , I NW 3, fjv - Ut ut x S ' X1 . sr Q et. if Q of v -, , f-- m - ' F- - it . B? . . 3- - . .4 - ' 'f cn. f . f- , I. 1 . ' . . vu.. 3 - V . . ,I 1 ,. , - ..,. , . ' . N 1 V, f . . v X I : Q l fs- f-v ' . N ,.. x I A' pu A' '. h . 1 Q , "' n , '- . - CD rs- ' 44 vs- ' f-J 1 ve A " '. '- ' . 1 ,-. I rs- , . 1 ' rss ' ,j :- ,.. . 5 5 ,A '- - N , '-' - + l ' ', - " 1 ' 1 w vu, 'f ti '. ,i -I . N , Q E 3 .Jw ,-I rl n , . 5' '. ' to e ' -. F' ' Jeff' ' s 35. s . A ' v '- , 5 fl r - . ' , ' ' v 1... , "' I- ' .ff y , ,, ,H , 1 is V ' , Y , V I ,-- ,I . . E - V 3 2 N '- ' - 'I . , ' ,.. f- N. , ' f-- - . ' X ', v 1 J A a 1 x F- I 1 I 4 'l . . A BE N ,A , . K i f- 'A . . ' t A 1 N . 2 ' - :5 i ,, N , 4 1- Q , -U ,. Q ' , Q Q s .1 NRM -et ' ..... L ... " ' ' '- A ' ' , - fm l A ,A M, " -j . e J g N ' ,. . I , - 2 ., - h Y WN. in j is ,Q ,.. :J . f- ' ,I , 4 -' . . . U, , ,, Q . ,A . i N , N , ' ' . -j ... ,- , ,f ' j 4. 2 A- .-,rbfifel . f-.3P,','., Singing Xl.ii'5x priiixex nic iiinioi' prexinlentx. I. In i.. ,login Felix. Janne A. Hurry. Carol l.. llllxClJ, Rme Nlzaiie Ornelln and Sue Binh. .-Xll Xlercinnx game honor lu our Blewed Mother in Oelohei' xxilh un oiiuloor proeexsiun. The guy autumn-clad ezinipux echoed with their prziisex. uniors xl3,cncc1fA Azfrrnara eaves only ,5 raises ang Qui if 3 dl TQ Us 5. W , ,, T . Y lk , K Mi 5 V ROW l: P. Alling, J. Amalo. ' g C. Archibald. C. Arling, J. l Austing, M. I.. Avcrhcck. I 'S ,"H'w . W 4. '55 V V MQ... ,, . 1 5 Y ,L f V Q.. "' ' M 5' Row zz M, L. Buurlaer, s. I x , E K E 2 Bath. D, Bauer. N. Beal. B. l , 'V , Becker, .l. A. Bennett. .,,,, f 'J H ,.., 53 if V V 1 ' 'JN A . - 'if1"" T' we . 'H ' ROW 3: J. Benvenuti, J. Berlv Q Q 'ig 5 meier. J. Berning. J. Berry, IM, , l J. Berry. J. Birek. F' 3 ' ,, Q., . 3 . 4 ,J '42 'Q p " 1 ' "' f 3 ga Q, 1 ' 5 ' 6 i : . ' T' J' 7 ' M3 H f ' Row 41 B. Blazer. M. Boe- ' f i . ing. l.. Borgmun. C. Brubeml- ' er, D. Braekmunn, K. Brandy ff. li il l 4: . V 5 Y ' ' ' ROW 5: A. Braun, J. Bros- 2 Ml wld surt. J. Bruehl, C. Bruner J. Bucher. J. Buerkel. 1- . Rv 'iff ' QW' yv 'rf' 2 I af if J eg , Strike? Spare? Whatever it will he. l. to r.. Carol Huber. Susan Ludwig. Joyce Thinnes and Judy A. Greiner will see that the score is kept "just right." as they wait for their turn to try their skill in this game of few. few "strikes" and many "spares" at WaItz's l.anes. uniors n cr wAir! ofadcfivifcy fhe year Sped Cn - 58 , fi, nv, HZ Y' Q Vu.- ight .,- 523. D5 v, . fe, if ' tw f l . I 1 1 ' 1 1 in UM ROW I: Burck. J. Caley J. Carlson, J. Carota, T. Car rico. M. Casey. ROW 2: M. Catanzaro. J Cranert. J. Crawford. M. L Davis. S. Dechant. C. Decker ROW 3: J. Dolan. J. Dolan P. Dorrmann, E. Driscoll, J Ebbeler. P. Egan. ROW 4: M. Einhaus. M. El- fers. C. Engelke, J. Engler, J Ernst. N. Espelagc. ROW 5: J. Essen. K. Faragh- er. J. Felix. P. Feltner, J. Feucht. S. Fix. s Ye old Plymouth car "ain'I what il uxcnl to bel" Hut the jaunty juniors. Peggy Nemann. Carolyn Frosehauer. Angela Willie. .lane Berry. Judy Sehlotman. K. Honnert. Rose Marie Ornella. Bonnie Wade. Sue Bath. .loan Felix dorft seem to "give a hoo!" but make the hes! of things, uniors :JAG 25 els HQ-algy M15 Cl ar-Sphffing vcnf . . ,.,. vi ,,,,, ,.,.:, K f N uuluv V.::,:.: A X .W 1 Z Mg '4 'Q' in sri -L , Q .M 1 5: Mg, gg, w 36 , W Q 2 , Y . 'K ' ' if X in rl ROW l: C. Fleckenstein. J. l l l Flick, B. Frey. C. Froschauer, 4 C. Fuller, M. Gartner. i ":': .A l'l .7 Q 4 ' ' M -I ,. , Q :ji jcjif , , 5. gf- i 5 , f C IW X? 3, 25 Row 2. N. oem-. Ger- X l I X hardt. N. Gelhot. M. L. Gohs, . 4 ' 5 I 3 ' S. Gooding. M. Grater. Q f NR. 2? ROW 3: J, Greiner. R. Gund- K 5 l S l lach. J. Haban. M. Hall. S. F - . 5 Hamilton. C. Hartman. 'I m Q-A Q., .r 4:3 'S 1 - ff- fi aa- .. W' 'W 'rf' 'M Q, A W . ROW 4: M. Harvey. N. Has- l X 2 enohr. A. Hess, C. Hester. M l A Higgins. P. Hilvcrl. 4 Q -I 6' iq fp tr 5, Y Z-W? .iw il 1 rag, ROW 5: D. Hofmann. 1. Q? qi Y fx' ' Hofmann. P. Hofmann. K I Q Honnert. E. Honnigford. P E 'G Horn. 60 Whcrc clsc hut Alaska would you find a polar hcari' 'lhc juniors "flew" the scniors "Around thc World" and one stop included Alaska. xxhcrc was found. I. to r., ROW I. M, A. Sicnhcnhurgcn. N. Pics. Bear. S. Ludwig. C. Hartman. N. Shaver. V. Wasmcr and J. Dolan playing in thc snow. uniors fjze Curfain ROW I: K. Kurtz, M. Kucs, J. Kruclzkamp, B. Krollman, M. Kramer, .I. Kramer. ROW 2: B. Kramer. R. Koiz- baucr. N. Koppmcicr. M. Koman. M. Kohls. D. Koch. ROW 3: M. A. Kinross. D. Kalus. J. Kain. C. Kain. Ci. Kabhes. D. Jackson. ROW 4: l.. Hursting, M. Huit- ink, A. Hughcy, C. Huber. KA. Howcry, .l. Lambert. if E s . - ,.. l an ...f. H. 'md K 4 W T 6 Q . . 1 fy Q.. K 'Q .1 I 6 .ff 1 .4 ' new 'll '11 5 17 'T ROW 5: L. Lamcicr. S. l.an- I," ' Q sf' . .. P2145 QVIJ rw? AVG M f-. . fage if W E3 3 xv FW .7 ru r "" Q' If Icr, P. l.lcrl. P. l.md. C . l.mlx. I l I Ludwig. AW iii? rl fag l wg., Q. We f. 'il 'T :ir 'ih- M. l Q Q 'sa-43 -K if Strtitting in their "l.ittIc Wooden Show." strc. I. to t'.. ROW l.N. Bc1tl.M. H. Milano. M. l.. Htmrlzicr. C. Fuller, ROW Z. M. Wcrnkc. .l. Punztrr. und M. I.. Satndcr, who took thc seniors to Holland - the lztnd of guy colored ttllipx. wooden xhoex and windmills dotting green sloping hills. uniors 574 Iwo yi re5enf fge greafe5f ariefcy Sgoss' vw., is 2' A ,Mi all Q it , LY' . to X- M Y F ,W M ' Row 1. c. Luken, M. Mo- l ' l honey. C. Malay, J. Mannix, D. Marchetti. J. Martin. 1 JJ, i A f. ni sg ll , if , 'fn 1 "' A 5-of M 1 Row 2: s. Mathews. s. Mur- . t I I - phy. N. McHugh. P. McKeon , 0 M. Mellott. I.. M, Meyer. t 'Q' 7' 9' W A' Q 'J Q.. e- y .1.. if 9- x. 3 I kt-W Row 3: 1.. R. Moyer. M l 1 N R H Milano. S. Mitchell. P. Mon ztco. S. Monnig. D. Neiheisel LZ? , S .3 K A 5.5 at fa A .... J' 3. S 'Q W . N .4 ' ' ,tif I ROW -1: M. J. Neihctscl, P . , X l Nciheisel. C. Nienztber, M f Nemunn, C. Nexselhuf. L. Noe can mf, nw A .... f M QM v wil : , :QM ' Nw' Www for - 'M N Q Row 5. M. Nolte. J. Norton 5 B. Nugent. J. Orite. R. Ornellu M. .l. Ortmztn. 62 "Oh. it's beautiful," sztys Barb Frey to Bill Stiglcr as Bill pins on that cvcr important, fragrant corsztge :tt the Junior-Senior Prom. Mary Lou Sander is echoing Bztrbzirzfs comment as Louis Broeing presents her with her corsuge. The boys seem to "stty" it "with Hovsersf' uniors earfs, q708V6V5 GMJAVOIIWJ fLe ICMQZVCLV Fw ROW l: J. Panaro, C. Par- sons. N. Pies, M. Pittman, M. K. Pope, S. Rebel. ROW 2: C. Rettig, M. Rhein J. Robertson. P. Robinson. J. Roedig, M, C. Roeder. 1 ROW 3: J. Rohs, S. Rork. E. Rosenberger. N. Ross. C. Ruether, C. Ruff. ROW 4: M. L. Sander, B. Sayers, C. Schafer, C. Schap- ker, E. Schaible. J. Schenkel. ROW 5: J. Schlotmun, L. Schmidlin, E, Schmidt, D Schneider, K. Schneider, M. J. Schuerman. ,Q .. .. E-ev - ' J . .5 'W ' J 'iv' W W y , ' , .ut mt 3 E 3 fg: L 3 7- -f L ii- 4 if W H 1 ' 3' ' 1 . Ji X if x f fu 4 1 V 11 ff -V w- 7'A ' ',,x ,L , ,, ' 7"'h'r i if -v 4 ' r 'h ' A 1 Z i f' ii' V , , 1 , ' Q 63 On the enchanted cxening of .-Xpril Zith. four early prom arrivalx arc Jerry Lamps. Diane Hofmann. Mary Louise Avcrbcck and Ron Schwallic. autographing programs and looking forward to haxing a wonderful evening. dancing Io the beautiful music ol Bill Mcfonnellk orchestra. uniors X MX 8 7 5 usic anal iAc gala kyunior- enior rom - C3 ' 1 ' iw .Mui M Row 1. s.schwiih.c.scagc- ' f 1- 4 ' Zzc jf' ' ,Q bccr. N. Shaver. M. Sicbcn- X M l hurgen. M. Sollman. M. .l. ' Spicer. .. 'Nw I I 4 N fm- l': Li i P. E' 2. .,.. 9 "" ff W QW A. '- ' f Q' E - M' f 1 'iii ' "jg IZ. ' Row 2. E. sraigi, J. Steiger- ? i 5 1 rl, A N f' zz' Wald, J, sreinmeiz, E. smack- .. R 2 X A el. M. Sullivan, J. Sunderhaus. I I . I . -::-- 4 t ga li? ' ZW l V i Row 3: c'.1'ewes,R.Th0n1.u. ,X lg E A i y F K. Thuener. M. Torbeck, S. ' , 5 Tosella, .l. Tracy. -Z' l 31. ...i i ,fl :.. .pw .A" Lt.. vga 7 .,. -"' zii E ::::'l 'fy ROW 4: M. Trageser. E. Veld- X X 5 is ,il D ' . A haus, J. Vogel. P. Vondel'- l Q- ,al f :iii brinkc. B. Wade. l.. Warndorf. if " A3 'Q 1: Q j Q ' 3 ' 'f ' 254 IM li ., ,F-ff Row 5. v. wasniei-. J. web- L F' fl cr, M. Wcinhcimcr, K. Wein- B brodt. M. Wcrnke. J. Widmcr. x - N, , 3, , p 3 Row ez D. wiesman, J. Wil- , ,, A E1 f macky, A. Wilke, J. Wilmcs. ' - X ' V' ' " D. Wingate, L. Woodward, M. V . i Wuestefeld. l l if J ABSENT1 P. Bowman. 64 Serlous sophomores 1reM Wennmg I Wxlmes V Wucst I- Westerltnm M Schroer S Schroeder md mtscot Boots Sophomores' The Am Igl td I m not 1 Freshm an dns hue hntllv begun And mth them comes the llle ol 1 Slllx Sophomore the xctr when she IS not looked down on lust lgnored' She belleves she has reached her goal but hnds 1 llfe more confused than her hrst hectic wear' Though she no longer has to worrx about hndlng the llbrlrw she IS lookmg for something just ts dllhcult to hnd Tlme' for 1 book test for the costume for the Roman Banquet that must be hnlshed bv thls Thursdav tor geometrv she slmplv cant understand ttme lor pl ly practice SDS meetmg md that hlstorx project time lor th it science meeting she SIIIIPIX cant mlss Even though the Sophomore mav hnd II hard to belleve her second vear ns hnallx completed md she buds good bve to the sclence corrldor le lvlng behind 1 xe lr 'ts Upper Underclassmen VIC 901' G JE? Cllfl CW V127 fo QLZVVI Xll sophomores are enthusiastic nature lowers ln or out ot blologx class and these sophomore homeroom prestdents Barbara Huth Susan Rudlg Martha Franke Isathx Gleason Joanne Hendx and Isathx Wade are eertamlx not exeeptnons T 'VA TT l ' " 1 . 1 W I .T ,. 7: 1. . c . Z 1 , 2 U V . k. . , 5. 1 I i. afz f S 'S ' ' . .S 2 ., . t 1 . I Y 1 ff ,. y 9 K L 5 .4 n ' . , v '. ' ' . ' ' . 4 1, , . S . 5 . if . . 1 fl . J . 1, 1 , . I . , c . . .. . sy, 4 . 1' , , Q . . 1 1. . .Q-' . . , W, 1 . . . J L 1 . 1 V .4 . I V , . -I . 1 . I '2 . V, . I ',, . 5 . l -I b ' I - .. . z if . . 3 gtg .Q - , - 1 . 7 I G V, 4 'G .s 1 X JM' 'H ff 65 icfures ana! fprojecfs f' re rnporfanl' A B , :il ff 252 'fl 1, 1 , Q. r fi ll XJ E .,,. . . ,,-., iq W ' if . Q 'J f J K W ii A i r il , . N. I . Q J' 'L 233 infix! 'M ! ig Y tw J J' ggi. YS X A , Q I Fw .1 S .L W X CI If H :Q 2. J 1 i " - . tp f, fr' . 1 V Q2 ' ' fi J if I UI ii 66 Smiling for the hirdie is sophomore. Judy Holfrogge. while photographer. J. leo Gross snaps her picture for MERCYWOOD. Two of Judy's sophomore classnmtes. Carol Carney and Betty lingst can hardly wait. because they :ire next in the line-up to look pretty for the camera. Sophomores OWCGYVIS ROW I: A. Ackmzm. E. Adam, J. Albight, M. Amor- ini, D. Angner. C. Ashrock. ROW 2: J. Bachman, P. Back, M. Barkalow. P. Bartel, K. Baumgurtner, K. Beal. ROW 3: M. J. Becker. B. Beesten, R. Behrens. J. Beiers- dorfer. P. Beisel. T. Bertkc. ROW 4: J. Besl. G. Bien, C. Blessing. l. Blessing, A. Blink- horn, J. Bolia. ROW 5: E. Bonuventuru. R. Bosse, B. Bouck. G. Brack- mann, D. Brehm,C. Breitfelder. ROW 6: A. Brown, J. Budde P. Bueter, M. Burke. M. J. Busam, D. Buttelwerth. v Displaying their culinary achievements for the best judges ever. their mothers, are .ludy Datillo and Barb l,auman as they supply more deliciously hot coffee to accompany their skillfully planned and prepared buffet luncheon. At right is Miss C. Kemper, sewing teacher. Sophomores CAZSSYOOIWI DeCAHiC7lleS Ye Q fOPel'!y 9 racficecl in 3 al rv li fi- M J- sz Z' .tw ,TZ V iw Row 1: E. Byrne, C. Cnn- X It - 1- 7 X ning. C. Carney. M. Carroll. f . l f X M C. Connelly. I.. Cook. - -g yr... gr.. s . 1 is' :M fs- ROW 2: M. A. Coonen, K. f J l X" F X Cuni, B. Danner. .l. Dattilo, Q . l M. Daugherty, M. Davis. Q 5' 94? W all K -0 lr v 63- nh, 5 912-' ' I 4 Row 31 D. Dee, s. Di Ciero, lf, 3, ' r ig' ' LM D. Doll. l. Dragen. Y. Duhaeh. ' l ' G. Duwel. " el ' M. 45 S R M - 'Ir 'S' " W M "' 'W "V ' ' ff 'E' ,lf ROW 4: M. Egbers. M. Ellert, Qs 4 K ,, ill? f X P. rms. M. Emmerich. E. ,r r l wr r Fngst. J. Fspelage. i 5, 3 ROW 5: B. Ferguson, C. ik Fm 7 kt' We Filippine, M. Fischer, J. Flana- ' f I gan. K. Fox. M. Franke. I K 3' 'H' . . '-I S: "' ' 1.5 ' G4 RP- 2 V? g v Row 6. cy Franz, M. Franz, I A 7 M. Freeman, B. Frey, C. Frey, , ' X ' ' ' J, Frey. r 67 In the glee elulwk enneerl are Mary Helen liuxhe. Xlary A. Juengling. Sylxia Siexe. Carol Konerman. Ciail Dnxxel. Carol Holmex. Peggy Burke. Marilyn Slrawell anal .loyee Niehans. glee club members who are taking part in the Military Medley. ll xpiritenl highlight ol' the program. Sophomores aCigAf gllearfs anal gary e!oChc5 eanl' u5iC 2 'ff A H 1 w , 1 l.,,' f ll':l:l W' A '41 In I V E' ROW l: K. l-lrey. Ci. l-lnln, l 1 i M. Gallagher, C. Ciallina. If, Gavin. M. l . Uel1l1aral. age : -V -we. 6' ! , ,hh A M as 1. 2'-"'- " ' ,gk ' LW 1 ROW Z2 .l. Gehling. N. 3 'A 7 ": ffl Gerdes. K. Gleamon. B. Grillln, M. Groen, P. Grogan. W ..., . W .Q ,.,.. V at A' ROVV 3: J. Clue. B. Ciutjahr ' .X Z ' 1 if 1 D. Hall. M. K. Hall. A. Ham- l mcrle. C. Harringlon. QR Qi .... :., I A 5 I M 4 Q g , ff ff Row 4. J. Hastell. P. Hauwl-. fl 2 ff S4 .l. A. Heckmuller. .l. Heeg. V 1 ' l Heister. M. Hemslegcr. 'za Am' l N2 "" ...Q F ' .5 42, Q? Row 5. J. Handy, cs. Hen- lkw 1 'HJ ff nekes. K. Herbert. R. Heuer- ' l " man. A. Hcyolm M. Hoenc- meyer. 7'5" . if ZF ' if M' sz -w , 'W f N55 ROW 6: J. Hoflrogge, C . Hof A ' 'Y ' ' W mann. J. Holley. C. Holmes 1 D. Honkomp. B. Hoyer. 68 Drinking cokcx and haxing fun with dcar old dad arc thrcc sophomorcx. Barbara Luhrman. Barbara Spicer and Carol Trauth. Thcir dads. Mr. Trauth. Mr. Spicer and Mr. Luhrman. also sccm to hc having a good time. at thc Dad-Daughter dance. which was held on Wed. April l6. ,- -if Sophomores .J LD U QD ron a 5 anal Leu' reffly augAfer5 ance 79 f ':v.v:v :. 15 -:-' .. ' . Q Q , , H gg t g, Q . I 'V' li 2"-::' ,'..,.:::. A .. .:-i 'C 'V 3' Row 11 D. Hueil. M. Hucls ' 1v:" Y, ., .3 man. B. Huth. D. lmsandc. 3' ' 1 ' M. Jacob. l.. Jenkins. M . .iii - K Row 2: M. .iucngiing M ulizu A " j. lg Y Kahlwcs. M, K. Kaiser. M l , f 4 Karaus. M. Kcllcy. A. Kiefer WH!! My I ','- .' wg , v 4.. .:.. . vii V' W, f ', w ROW 3: J. Klcinwacchtcr. lVl . tlz E V I 7 af? . ' Klopp. C. Klosterman. S 1 5 'lli' I e Knecr. Koch. J. Koetters. 4' ' f I M ..,,, I . , , .. . A . ROW 4: C. Konermzm. J. W ' 4" '---1- - Kroeger. C. Kunsemiller. K. 3, vl:'f 13 "-1 'Y 17 H Kunz. K. Labmeier. M. La- . X lt ':"A L" ,' Cortiglia. ' h ' . . 4- 'va my .. 1 Row S. c. Lafferty. J. muck. W ,ff V C ' ii' ' 'K B. iaumann, c. Lillie, A. K '- ' ' i i Long, M. Ludwig. 1. VA H f i ' Q Q." if Row 6. A. Luehbering, B. 4. fd. W fu S Luhrman, 1. Luken, G. Lut- ,Y X f' V I lerbei. J. Lutz. S. McAnaw. Biology students dig. dig. dig and plant a flowering crab tree. The Arbor Day proclamation is read hy C. Trauth while Teri Bcrtke is carrying the flag and Kay Baumgartner and J. Gehling arc ready with the shovelx. Classmates join in prayer and poetry for Arbor Day. Sophomores we :praise goal Ly lanfing cz ovegy fjiree if. .af in of fe , -, Q -Q. ww f ff- . - .1 W v . X.. M, H. 1' S ,, Q 1 5 aw. .A . , l E 1 X K Q O Q VT' Q I: nv M vi 5' R . 3 , -M M, E W X .ff K I Qi , r Q . J 5 J E L M... x we an me W . A fy .. ., V:'w Q, . , g r :JM .SEM .j V fb. th.. , 9' x 'fl l C ir ai ii'-S P- - t?"W"L xr warg lf.. vxl L... T., 'Mx' ,Q r W ' gil fill' eff if-QU Tl' . . t 4 gg 4. ' sm .. . "il 31' 4- SW J '- . ,N Y K . V x I 1 i f I ya' - I wx f Elly 7' 'I Q- Q iff.: Ty' W rr' gp YW vw V 15:4- . t . xx , m Bm I x iw l YM 70 ROW I: J. McFadden. R. McHugh. li. McMahon. B. MacDonald. A. Marks. S. Martin. ROW 2: D. Massman. P. Mayer, J. Mayr. M. L. Meer. I.. Mentrup. K, Mctzler. ROW 3: J. Meyer, .I. Miceli. M. Middcndorf. S. Millel'. P. Mitchell. J. Mocves. ROW 4: I.. Mohlenkamp. D Moratschek, S. Morris. S Murnan. C. Murphy. K Musick. ROW 5: M. Mylott. E. Nei- heisel. G. Nemann. J. Niehaus C. Oliver. J. Oswald. ROW 6: K. Owens, C. Pulasek C. Papanla, P. Pies. C. Pitt man, J. Plum. Authentic Roman slaves or sophomore Latin students. Carolyn Lalferty. Mary Lois Schroer. Pat Mitchell and Kathy Gleason receive last minute instructions on how to serve the vinum falcrnum. pretend wine. from major- domo. Carol Trauth. at the tenth annual Roman Banquet. Sophomores fwe Learn as Iwe Serve at fAe Qcovfin ROW I: K. Quatman. M. Rcttig. .l. Richard. .l. Riedel. Rieman. ROW 2: J. Robers. Robin- son, N. Roshone. P. Rotert, S. Rudig. M. Ruthemeyer. ROW 3: L. Sandman. B. Sauer. S. Schablein, M. Schaefer. J. Schaich, P. Schannes. ROW 4: B. Scherra. M. Schloemer. N. Schloemer, .l. Schmitt. J. Schmitt. L. Schneider. ROW 5: C. Schneidcrs. R. Schnittker. S. Schroeder. M. Schroer, I.. Schumacher. A. Schwab. ROW 6: P. Sciarra, M. Siem- er, B. Smith, P. Smith. N. Spanagel, P. Sperber. ? M. anquef ni 1 L l 'M ' sr M.. W r SES! my rv " . W .1 5" L S l "' L f x ' 4 9 l ..-Q 1 Hs. , V , 'Q fqq : T MW" vu. -fa. .3 ,W Q L L at ft . V I ' j wang 3, tr T w i l A A-:H 1? gk is Q x ay .wi 5. W - . in A . -we in ' if ' if' tw ' l L ' V W K' 1 in Q .2 QQ 4 H fs. f' ' 1 , '51, "mis ' 11- ' , I 'Q 7 mf I , y 'L f f fr Q 39 4' I f if! li aff Q 4 . 4- 3 3 :' ' as " - iff' ' -2- fe ,,- 5, 5 I ,YW ,W l ' ' ' f WV .we K. , 71 Hawing cakes and laughs at the Sophomore SDS dance are. left to right. Stan Corbett. Carolyn Tablcr. .l. lekulve. Ronald Waller, J. Luogan. P. Sperher. Gail Widmcr and J. Crawford as the music plays. Sophomores I Q .LCIVICQCJ 9 LZVQSVCII fo QU' SOPAOWIOVC 601' ,F . . - . . mhk L-ww , r 'J'- 'Q' ' 'K M ig ' U .. Q , . X f Q Rovs l. B. Spicci. .l. Stem. I P J X l N. Stcinlc. M. Stcltenpohl. J Stephens. J. Stiglcr. A' , -qv 1-. -ri '2 SL 4-.. Milf M " Q . at U E" '17' S .J tg g J -5 tae., P i"Z " W , f 1--.. 'X ' ' lm f5.,51- " l L X I- V. 3- ::.:. .',, I ,. . i in . ,L z.. X K., '-gtg y . ,gfef .. Fl' J wks 3 1 K K I t t t , if ' if ff-ff . Xi 1 wig .. Y v 3 Y V Q ? i . 3' E' ?i.lm1' QQ," QM i F - le Q l ,-. 4 ge, 'X if Y... .fm If ig.. -J." ,,., We J fig: nm 2. EXE' gif 9 . 3 ... fa. 55 t. V .nl my li, I .JB YV dw ,X r V! .5 ,X Q .sm K? D M 33' 5' l , S.. ter ROW 21 Stoll. M. Stramell, P. Strassell. J. Sucher. l.. Sut- ter. CI 'l'ahIer. ROW 3: P. Teal. .l, lekulve, R. Tenhrink, J. Tcnoever. R. Thinnes. C. Trauth. ROW 4: l.. Traver. 'liritseh l.. Umhcrg. B. Vogt. N. Von- denhrink. K. Wade. C. Ward ROW 5: M. Warren. M Weber. A. Weil, J. Weinheim- er. J. Weisenbach. J. Weitz M. Wenning. ROW 6: E. Westerkamm. M Westrich. B. Whitaker. G Widmer. M. Witlmer, J. Wil lcnhorg. C, Williams. ROW 7: J. Wilmes, J. Wirtz J. Wright. C. Wuest, V. Wuest R. Young, L. Zimmer. At the Dad ind D iughter Dance Kathy Doerger and her Dad won the honor of being crowned the king and queen We greet you, underprivileged underclassmen, to your new school with plenty of steps to climb and classes to find. Soon the maze of hallways and classrooms becomes a familiar part of your daily routine at Mercy. You are just beginning to feel at home when initiation comes. It is the day reserved for those "sacred rites" which make you a full-fledged Mercian, and also the day that you receive a senior for your own big sister. She is a friend to give you confidence in the struggle through freshman year. There are also many friends to be made among fellow- freshies who, when threatened with detention. look innocent while saying, "But, Sister, I did not even know that!" There seem to be freshmen everywhere! Some know their way around. others are still lost, but each looks forward to that prettv June dav when she will be a Sophomore oglffle gleggles ame fo a mg f ew rw 1 'Q' 'Slot one but two snowmen Freshmin Cl tss presidents I to r Di ine Bichm in Di inne N1 ison N incy A Delessnndro Roberta Baechle Btrbiri Lrban ind Kathleen Voss beliexe in doing things up right ind enjoy playing in the snow . . z 2 . ' .y . t 6- ,AZ , 1 1' ,, ,,, ,, f-A my it K -L . A z tw, , 1 I r 'l' . , .A A Z , A- f .I ', . . ,' '. , . . '. , . . V .,. . . , 4 nt. . . . .. 1 1. 4 , 1 A 4. . m i . 1 , z '. z az 'zz ' ' ,, "' ' ' '11 ' . ,. I la IOM ig Skiers made Gm' sgrff' f' K A -. 1 , AMP' , , . , J. ,W ' 5 . f yy mv ' iw? ,K 'W , f i I s ' 'f I in if Q' wr wa , Q' 2 'J I w- , w. 1 'QB -W' .f-W ' tg? if v W 3? I - , J i l l . W 6 Ye Q 'W .. IQ V fe "Ib, V ,QL tsl- 'gf' - sg 'Q' QF , it 1- Jw , EY' y 1 f' f J 3 X l M ll in i RJ fa- in -T" 'G 7' -'Pk s "5 ' 9 Aibvtw- K sig l ' ir' T?" . I, i W 1 - z N gt if' 3" f A l . 5 1. ur- f ,C a ,, ,LF "' Y iz f., 'gf ... fi' vw L ,-Q1 2' if " Y' ' " . , . ,- . l 4 ' , Q I N ,L Q N- , -'se M :W ' fy :F 2:3 , W," W' A. , , , I R, fy , . , k l , , a -1' H - as :W , or -A I vw vt 1 x 9 WJ gg. fe' N' av Q' xx A . 'J' , F 7 E , 74 l""9 3 Seniors put "little sisters" through their many paces on Freshie Initiation Day ! for a time - but square dancing really takes something out ot' a person. especially an "old. old senior." And as "little sisters" promenade seniors content themselves with "easy" hand clapping. Clay LZ Oy ROW I: M. Abaeeherli. R. Aichele. M. J. Andriacco. P. Baarlaer. D. Bachman. R. Baechle. ROW Z: C. Baker, R. Barron. N. Bartel, T. Barwiek. P. Bauer. C. Beck. ROW 3: C. Behne. S. Bepler, J. Berger, M. Berning. S. Bien, J. Black. ROW 4: C. Bliss, B. Boelter, P. Boerlein, J. Bonhaus. P. Bonhaus, B. Bouck. ROW 5: M. J. Boyle. P. Brady, S. Brady. B. Bravard. G. Brehm. D. Brockhaus. ROW 6: M. Brodbeck. R. Bruner. S. Buehler. D, Buerg- er, P. Burns, M. H. Busche. ROW 7: l.. Buschur. M. K. Byrns. M. Carroll. J, Cassiere, B. Cook. B. Cook. "Out ol' the mouths ol' huhes" School-spirited freshies. I. to r.. ROW l. F. Murphy. C. Rohinson. V. Sehlomer. B. Urhun. .I. Czissiere: ROW Z. D. Buehmun. S. A. lieverink. K. Voss and R. Bueehle urge student body to "sell those chances" ut the Pep Rzilly held to help the Muy Fete. We Cgeerevl for CAance5 af fAe cp qQn!ly . 51555. lvv, QE , V ROW I: R. Coonen. C. Crowe. li I, ," 5. A M. S. Doepher, K. Doerger. 'r' 8 A N. Dulesszindro. .l. Dzium. K ,. , A ff-. . xc h Q . ia.. 2 5 ' . 'Ei ' ..,..: g I ' ""' , ROW 2: K. DeCurtins. . ..:..,, . gf- f Decker. S. Deering. D. Di 5 :': V Toro. P. Doolin. T. Doyle. H i it M '- . Q -1- :.. . 'Q fs? is M F 21 Row 31 J. Ducnhofi. M. A. 3. Q f Q ' Duffy. M. Duwel, B. Fgun. l.. 4 'f" " ,. ' in 8 Fgner. P. Fngelke. i ' r ' K 55 1- V . 4. .. . , is g I 1 Row 41 B. Em. M. cy Emsi. ' P M gp J.. J F C. Fpselzige. M. Feldkump. Nl. f ' 1 Q Feldman. G. Felix. . 2' A' 5 42- Q- 'MQ f ' ii 09" .4 V" 5 ROW 52 V. Ficldeldcy. M. ' I ' ak' Flipp. C. Fischer. C. Fischer. X' - , M. Fisher. M. Flaherty. N K Q . 'F . K , I f' Row fs. G. Fliimgiin. P, I 3 ' 47' , 231' Foerlsch. B. Fogelmzm, J. 6 ' i ' V ' f, ' ' Fruneiso. M. A. Freriek, D. ff" A fr Frye. Lg, l LIE' .X K , ROW 7: N. Frey, S. Froseh- 1 'i I I ' 4 auer, P. Gallagher. R. A. Gehs I K N I ' N rich. G. Gerding, N. Ginter. V ,I N 75 r r obafing ur obacls emeani inn for X E' C 'ir F? G.. If K C' 11 .Sl 'W fy . ...fs I A .4 y . l U W Q ' -we JJ ' '- if WX V., 29- Y .,::. Q " 3,3 Q . X iw , V ,.,, . 5. , 1 r I .. I I .fm gm Q Q1 'l ,. f rigfi 1 L W Zig v I ' A. if M 4:5 gf' ts ft te E "1 Y' 1 .. ' my . I 3 . L.. QC., -f 2-2:, K - lv X ' ,f lz.. Y I 7 .. -' 4 gg: 9 vp. V aw ee Q ' .si . as 1 J f f ,,,A 1. Y K I 3 f 1 . ' .J Q iff ii' . 45' 7 'nv . ll ll i I 76 Proud dzidx und their happy daughters ure. l. to r.. S. Schneider. Mr. Schneider. Mr. Erh. B. lirh. J. Volz. Mr. Volz. K. A. Crowe and Mr. Crowe. who momentarily stopped their merry-making to smile for the camera at the Dad and Daughter Dance sponsored hy the Dz1d's Club. VCVJOHC ROW I: C. Goetz. D. Grzimkc. F. Green. G. Greenwell. Hzxgemunn, D. Haggerty. ROW 2: Hemxznth. B. Her- bert. .l. Hizer. .I. Hoeting. P. Hoffman. ROW 3: .l. Hollerbzich. .l. Holtkzimp. M. Huehener. M. Huesmun. D. H ui S main . .l. Hunzeker. ROW 4: D. Hussong. M. lre- land. J. lwolt. A. Jacobs. M. luspers. N. Jedding. ROW 5: D. Jones. K. Jung- kung, A. Karl. J. Kennedy. D. Killinger. M. Kinross. ROW 6: N. Kinross. P. Kins- ler, C. Kirstein, K. Kleine, C. Kleinwuechter. M. Klett. ROW 7: J. Klosterman. L. Knapp, J. Koch, M. Koening, C. Kolks. M. Kolks. I.zitin pcrfornicrx ure. I. to 3 r.. S. Stuclc. F. M up c rx. ' P. M. Blirnx. M. A. Owrhcck. .-X. I.. Karl. I', A. Focrtxch. K. I.. Vow. M. .l. Sczilisc. J C.. A. lowcll and K. Doerger B who presented. "C'imIcrcIIz1." with :ill nliziloguc in Latin att the unniizil Romain Banquet. Frcshics can he wonders!! 'ali-7' in al Cinclerefkz a la :Cafin f' nausea! c7Qow1an ROW l: M, Korte, D. Krum- er, B. Krauser. M. J. Kroeger. K. Kuehenhuch. .I. Kunkel. ROW 2: D. Lzickmzin. E. Lumpe. I. liingenhaihn. P. I.unzzn'ottzi. N. l.1iuterwzisser. ROW 3: J. Lcisgzing, A. I.in- gzirdo. P. Link, E. l.ittner. M. Locsuh. Iohbcck. ROW 4: .I. I.oszicker. J. Loud- ner. D. Martin. M. J. Martin. A. Martini. D. Mason. ROW 5: M. Mayer, M. Mc- Donald. M. McDonough. V. McDougal. M. Mclitiighlin. E. Medeweller. ROW 6: K. Mcents. M. Mees. J. Mentrup. K. Meyer. E. Meyers. R. Miceli. ROW 7: A. Middcndorf. C. Miller. K. Miller. V. Mink. S. Minutolo. J. Mooney. pw. ercia ns .. 5 V Q 2 2 gg , 0 5, , , ll 4 - 595- 9 LL 1 ie.. 1' " A H 'ig I I if K' I Id W L R I . in . 'I' ' M 'OL' N-VM ' A. .. . tm N-W 1 'r 3. iw . , , V. Q I it 1 1 -- 6 75' 7' 'K 'B 4- x 5. H- :L f ' Q' - iw ,Q Q j I I, I if I I I I m zz 11 5 2 :- "' ' 5 1 L 1 31- 3 . 'V .ll 7 ' , if ' ' .. 6 ew fw f ' - i I I . xx Q A .... 2 :, A 4 -' 1" "' ' f . QL 14+ -it f .. 2.4, , Nm 2 I - 'Z G A .. , f 9' 6' :,, 'vi' QU' 1 . h Y' f 45. A g r. ?' 5. Y fe "Y . I ' Eb vi l ' V I ffm! , r X I N ' af 77 .f nf v 6 Q, .. ,Q V.. R' A ef sw 'K JF? A RSL QQ. in 513 Honoring our blessed Mother are Mercy freshmen. Roberta Aichclc. Bea Cook. M. Anne Ahaerchcrli. Janix Casaicrc. Ruth Cooncn. Rose M. Barron. Terry Doyle, Barb Fogelmcn and Darlene A. Bucrger, as they marched in the annual May procession climaxcd by thc crowning of our Queen. Rogg. acy recession as an rnloressive ccasion ln 9 .IQ :N O, W Q' 'v 12 gi , .tg J Q, 4' :.. ' ROW l: . z . . , Y 'L W' w B Moran P Moran 1 , . W k E. Murphy, D. Nancrt, E. Nei- X heiscl. A. Ncu, S. Nichting. 3' .... 4. X, .' 5 54' 'tt' .fag f Q1 ' 4 ROW 2: S. Nieman. B. Nie- VX :B ' E J nabcr. C. Nocheck. C. Nord- Q , man. M. 0'Connor. P. O'Keefc, f 3 B D. Osborn, A g .W wg 1. if 3 , , - Y f 1 AA: 'I ROW 3: J. Osterman. M. " x f Ottke, M. Overbeck, S. Plagc- lm J I A , N man. C. Powell, J. Prinzo. C. ,HS , 8 i Reupcrt. ffifem. Q ji. . f 1 W , any Q. ii. W N 1 Av J' tr' 32. , fi, ROW 4: S. Richmond, M. A. , fe by A 4 Riehle, B. Rielag, C. Rigacci. Q J M' MN N. Riser. C. Robinson, A. 5 wh K X' . -M, W N ""' mv: Q X f .-,M f f "tj, 13" Q ' W rw' E. , K .... ,..f. V ... 5,55 .MSO H sf, lill if ' ' if ll 5 ga, I ii iz! . f 1 78 ROW 5: T. Roling, C. Ronde- bush, M. Rudemiller. M. Ruth- er. H. Sammons. J. Scales. M. Scalise. ROW 6: M. Schille, M. Schlar- mann, V. Schloemer, C. Schnapp. S. Schneider, B. Sclineller, B. Schnetzer. ROW 7: S. Schonhoft, S. Schoenlaub, M. Schumacher, J. Schwab. D. Schweinlin, C. Seithel, B. Seitz. Solo parts in the Freshman choric speech program "Joy for the World" are handled by dramatic students Janis Cassiere. Susan Plageman. loyce Daum. Sarina Minutolo. Mary Ruther. Mary Huebener and Janet Schwab. Musical accompaniment was supplied hy Sylvia Sieve and A. Karl. A. 6' 'W rw? COl4flLiVleJ QU' jalenti in GY CAONC VOHYQHQ L' 'K T- '91 5- W 4' ' ' Row 1. C. Shaw, s. sieve. . V S mt ' gt f ew ,ff F C. Soell, P. Spicer, S. Stahley. 5 i f, l l M. Staub, S. Steel. W . 5. H M nw Q. J. Row 2: R. Stinson, v. - ' 5 vw - "" ees we Stoeckel, V. Stoll, J. Strasser. W Y W 'W J. Summe, D. Sutherland. M. lx l l Sweeney. 'iii 31 me .N 5 i 'ew Row 3: s. Taulbee, D. Tay- ff .na if Q! y lor, J. Telgkamp, K. Thinnes. wi N RW I ta. Torbeck. P. Townsend. M. ' s 2 Tripamer. 5 fl ..,,,, is W 4' ff' be if ' ."' ' af. ?f'?Tf ' Hwy ROW 4: K. Umberg, B. Ur- We Y li Qi ban. G. Vogel. K. Voss. J. I l 7 ' ' Wagner. N. Wagner. J. Walsh. 1 if 285' W ' v .1 - zz' f W Row 5. P. Walter, D. wmv. ZH ' V 7 ' . 1 if' er. G. Weber. J. Wcigand. R. 1 .J Q V A Weil. M. Weinkam. s. Row 6. T. Weitz, M. white, v ,L 31. B. Wiegel, Wilken. J. 'W 3' fx, ' Wilkens, M. wmhwane. I. ' . f , tt' "'i W., 4' Wolfram. ' W ff.. 1, f-. f ,.., V., P M Row 7: J. Woosley, K. wuer- 1 i sig, C. Younghans. S. Zieverink. K 5 79 ...El 1 iiifixx 71 111, . 7 ,f XX r K it 1 LIFE From Operdtlon Elbow Grease to speech festivals from suenee projects to pmg pong tournaments we travel vvlth Mercy Clubs ln thls round of activity lows the SPIRIT ol MERCY 81 Y xi sl Q 5' I fs? f ' wig f A l 's . - 1 X l x.. . f, X l f ' RP 1141, Y .. ggnf- y. 1 U :r:"f-to af' "The Sacred Heart for all the World! The World for the Sacred Heart!" Mission-minded misses, members of our C.S.M.C. unit. help to achieve this aim through a world of mission projects and activities. After adding the feather of a record-breaking Mission Day to their cap, the mission officers and homeroom representatives planned a visit to Crusade Castle. The letter from Father Meeus launched a vigorous campaign for Catholic books, Old stand-bys. tax stamps. magazines and postage stamps were collected to help our neighbors in foreign lands. Early in the school year C.S.M.C.'ers focused attention on "Fidei Donumf' Pope Pius Xll's encyclical. by studying it in religion class. Throughout the year. discussions were held and in June a group of mission misses received Paladin awards. ln August mission-minded Mercians will travel to Notre Dame for the National C.S.M.C. Convention. The fitting climax for a truly apostolic year! jAe 1'55ionarcy C'.S.M.C. president, H. Hertscnberg. presents the Miss C.S.M.C. awards to M. Ciuccio, N. Pies and B. A. Huth. Pirif 5 CafAohc Spirif Speirheidmg C SMC ietixitits were ROW l l to r C lxrtntz F Bvrne B Nugent H Hertsenbcrg S Shiw B Wide F Hoehn ROW ' TN Pies J Orite B C irroll L Meer A Hess A Schwab R Niever M l-rmertl Berning 82 MISSIONARY SPIRIT AND THE CATHDLIC SPIRIT Senior McAuley members, C. Krantz. J. Kathman and P. Hizer serve a new lVlcAuley member, C. Klosterman. . . l was thirsty and you gave me to drink . . . I was naked and you clothed me." These words could very well be the same ones that our dear Lord uses when he observes the members of the McAuley Lay Apostolate performing the works of Mercy. A new look has been added this year to the McAuley Club - the spiritual group. This group has as its object - the perfection of its members' lives. The program includes Mass and Holy Communion several times a week, spiritual reading and examination of conscience. Another group of girls can be found in the sewing room complete with thimbles, needles, pins. thread, busily sewing vestments and altar cloths to be used for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. The McAuley girl's work is never done! Saturdays find more generous members at M.M.H., teaching mentally retarded children. These girls give up their Saturday morning "shut eye" to teach His children. Their reward will be measureless! fwe sgmifafc eMofAer mc541!eLy ,S fzfl!orA5 o erccy fv-J I Z7 Mc,-Xuley ofiicers and chairmen are. seated. D. Dittman. E. Byrne: standing. l. to r.. E. J. Kartye. J. Black. N. Espelage, N. Scott, S. Plageman. P. Burns, M. Carroll. B. Carroll. Sieve. C. Kloslerman. J. Bachman. K. Kuchcnbuch. Busy fingers and generous hearts! Red Cross members, N1 J Andriacco. make stuffed animals for children's ho OCiCI! S?VS'iCC 7AVOllgA CWGJ Cross 62140, Safety Safety pays in many ways! The members of the Safety Club agree that truer words were never spoken. This year Mercians had the opportunity of attending the High School Safety Institute where they discussed all phases of safety and brought the information to M.M.H. By means of posters and eye-catching displays, the safety- minded misses proved to all that safety pays. Red Cross - symbol of generosity, kindness and love of neighbor!! Through the Junior Red Cross. Mercians have experienced that "good feeling" of satisfaction that you get from helping those in need. Stuffed animals were made and sent to the hospitals: doing volunteer work and being a good neighbor - these are all part of the Red Cross. the organization with a big, big heart. seated. spitals l. to r., D. Haggerty. M. A. Flaherty, M. Schardine. as K. Fox and B. Krollmann supervise the production. Displiylng posters ire ROW l K Cleison J Sommer J Hibin ROW 7 J Hoffrogge C Fngelke N Spicer P Spicer P Smith ROW 1 J Wllmcs K Spitzmiller K Renniclt J A Norton ind M J Spicer club members I Mo4Jer'r1 isses ronnofc fAe mo4Je5fy ruin e L Lovely to look at - modest in style an S.D.S. creation. S.D.S. is syfnonymous, not only with fashions. hut with the actual life of all good Catholic girls. Modesty in thought. word and deed is a much sought after virtue. And this is where S.D.S. makes its entrance. Through it the girls are ahle to achieve their aims hy' a variety' ol' projects. An S.D.S. year in review would include a city-wide fashion show held at Seton Auditorium: a day' ot' recollection which took place at the Convent of Mary Reparatrix: a slogan contest: and the S.D.S. dance. Toward in 'Mg ,V in 1 the close ol' the year. a group of girls talked " 1- with the eighth graders ol' several schools and f introduced them to the work ol' the SDS.: Ihus. Q, hringing more girls to love our Mary Immaculate. Smiling sophomore. Carolyn lallierty was elected queen ot' the city-yyide SDS. Dance held at the l-'envyick C luh. I 25.1 P P l' if A I QW Cfw rg 3 L2 kllly, yn- fy.. v , ilNtRZ4llN yllll ' Gil Wltkllllfi as at XM Zh , mln ts me , 1 SDS, committee otlicers. Nl. H. lioeingi C. Plageman, P. Schonhotit. president ot treshman-semor group. S. Xlc.'Xn.i'.y. president ot XUPllUlllUfU'lllllllll' group. K, Powell, Xl, lirotlheck. l. X. lleutly ..n.l l lltustmg clxetk some SDS. posters, 65 an f I jhroug Qbranuvfzc raining e ydc ieve oise 1? "Cheer, cheer for dear M. and G.. it is a club of fine quality!" These opening words of Masque and CiaveI's club song show perfectly the pride that its members have for it. And rightly so, for it is a privilege to wear that golden pin. lt is a symbol of accomplishment and represents two years of previous study of dramatics with a ninety percent average. ln your junior year. provided you have fulfilled the qualifications, you are initiated into Masque and Gavel. Then you discover what makes a "real" M. and Cifer. She works to perfect her speech work. She is given opportunities to exercise the talents the Divine Director has bestowed on her. She also participates in several speech festivals during the course of the year, Aside from all this. an M. and Ci. girl acquires a poise which can be easily recognized in everything she does. How true. "M and G is the best: it leads the restl' Junior M. and Gfers are ROW l, P. Hilvert. C. Ruff. li. Gerhardt. C. .-Xrling. Murphy, ROW 2. K. Faragher. G. Kabbes, J. Cranert, B, Wade. ROW 3. M. l.. Huitink, M. Boeing, K. Schneider. A. Hess, M. Ortman. .l. Norton. "Proud as peacock? of their golden pins are senior M. and G. members, A. Hirschberg. M. Molengraft. J. M. Dyer N1 Ofonnor C Pl igemxn J Kuehenbttch ROVN ' Murphy M C :su S leCount K A Shannon N1 Nloormnnn J Hoetltcr ROW T M lmfert L Jung R Bas h S Sh iw P Hinrichs I I-roehle J Sommer ind tfcw friends f I fool, over'5 iscover cz ca!fA of gnfcrfainnacnf Q L---J -QQ' Mercy's "bookworms" are. ROW l. Ci. Modafari. Ci. Diloro. A. Kamphaus. P. Stcinker. N. A. Spicer. M. l., Ciritlin. J. A Schmuttc. .I. Byrum: ROW 2. E. Ludwig. R. Telschcr. J. Hoetker. S. lrippel. M, C asey. P. Horak. M. Ciuccio. J. Sommer C. Rennick: ROW 3. F. Spitznagel. B. Brooks. l.. Umberg. D. Ruehrwein. l.. Jung. S. Hays. D. Karaus. J. Dreier. ROW -1 R. Busch. Ci. Bausch. N, l.uken, T. Froehlc. N. Wood. .l. Meyers. K. Shannon, .l. Hale. K. Spitlmiller and M. S. Shaw Book Club members are not "bookworms." Really? 1 additions to the library. The Mercy Book Club They are normal. active Mercy seniors bent on member is justly proud to wear her silver pin Putting out "library News" are. l, to r.. seniors, promoting an interest in "good" reading. They accomplish this by various means. They publish the "Library News," a bulletin containing bits of information. including reviews on the newest engraved with a lighted lamp of knowledge. She realizes that her interest in literary works. whether they be modern or classical will light all her knowledge with an unquenchable llame. CZ ww Judy Whats the joke. girlsi' Ruth lelscher. standing. and Nlary Hyrum. Gwen Bausch and linda louise l.'mberg. Phyllis A. Steinker. enjoy "working'."' in the library. 87 Math club members smile approxal at F. Ludwig, center. at the math colloquium. Flaine's cheering section includes. standing. I. to r.. T. Klosterman. J. Kathman. K, Spitzmiller. S. Sherman. P. Hinrichs. M. Westerkamp. D. Cassini. D. L, Honnigfordz seated. Ci. M. Wagner. N. A. Spicer and B. A. Gooding. Elaine. V. President. merited second place. cMe1fA Sfzldenfe tgnvegfigafe rpcyifczcqoreczn um ters Master minds ol' tomorrow - this is the perfect description of Mercy's math whizzes. members ol' the MeAuley Chapter of the National Mathematics Honor Society ol' Secondary Schools or the "Math Club" for short. Any senior student who boasts membership in the Math Club has worked her way from primer days with x's and y's in algebra I. and sophomore days learning to use compass and theorems in geometry. Then finally, at the end ol' her third year ol' Math she experiences the big thrill of being invited to become a pledge of the Math Club. After a formal initiation at the beginning ol' her senior year. she can begin to put her background ol' math in practical use with the other math-minded girls in the club. .-X highlight of each year is the Math Colloquium which helps to promote interest in Math. Trig students today. will be master minds tomorrow! e..a.". Hostesses. S, M. Sherman. J. A. Kathman. D. Cassini and E. Ludwig serie junior pledges. M. Averbeck. .l. Rohs. The principal purpose of the Triple A. C. and School Science Club is to prepare the girls for the annual science fairs held in the Spring of the year. Thoughts of scholarships. honors and awards furnish tempting incentives which keep the girls hard at work throughout the year on their projects. These aren't the only reasons for developing a project though, the girls have an interest in science that prods them on, keeps their optimism alive and gives them that special glow of achievement when this product of their imagination becomes a working wonder. At meetings, each girl reports on her project, explaining the reason why she chose to work on this particular project, how it works and how she became interested in it. ln this way she is ready to take her part in the Science Fair. 34 X ' ' 'ka q 'f ff 'Nev j ' Proud exhibitors of a biology project are "scientists, I. to r., Ci. Harrington. J. Beiersdorfer and V. Wues ufure cienfisfs Czapfurecl unaerous rep ies Sally Sherman has finally made it! She is an "angel" - with the help of a General Electric representative and Sandy Stratman. of course. Mary Lou Westerkamp and Deanne Qassini seem delighted with Sa!ly's uheayenly achieyemcnt 89 Gifs fog ' S J ' Cl I u51nc55 fu enf5 erm erccy 5 ewe5f u 1 Otlicers of the brand new business club are. seated, M. Rieskamp. J. Dreier and M. Minnich. Members include. ROW l. L. Henke. S. Simon. M. Molengraft, J. Sunderman. M. Godfrey. S. Hays. M. J. Polking: ROW 2. M. Toschlag, J. Hale. C. Buning. M. A. Theobald. J. Byrum. J. Espelage. M. C. Luensmun. M. Reinert, A. Kamphaus. All are business majors. May we present Miss Mercy of the business world! The purpose of the club is to develop character. She learns her profession from business classes. train for good citizenship, develop competent but to assist Miss Mercy, a Business Club has business leadership and to encourage members to been formed. The first part of this year the be Mary-like in their actions in order to be a girls chose oflicers and formed a constitution. good example to those with whom they will work. More members are. ROW I. J. Stziub. M. Lind. M. L. Griffin. J. Fritz. T. Wetterer, E. Wurzelbacher. J. Kesse: ROW 2 J. M. Cierstner. J. .-X. Meyers. P. A. Kirschner. H. Schlarmann. C. A. Rennick. 1. C. Karwisch, G. A. Vogel and G. J. Brune 90 llflU'C J IIYSCS fllt cy O55lAlC Cb ICC!! LTVCCPS S I ' M J C Future R. Nfs are, ROW l. M. Hall, J. Berry. M. F. Casey, Ci. l.. Krantz. .I, Dahman, M. Cirater. D. Kalus, M. F. l.int'ci't. G. Vogel: ROW 2.1. Robertson. M. Sollman. K. Shannon. Trippel. M. Catanzaro, M. O'C'onnor. P. Hofmann. l.. Nlcycr: ROW 3, T. Carrico. P. Steinker. J. Dolan. D. Cassini, Ci. Plageman. M. Mellott, J, Brockmeier. B. Kramer. .l. Dolan. C. Link. J. A. Orite, S. Rehelz ROW 4. M. l.. Baarlaer. K. Thuener. .l. Hahan, S. M. l.eCt:a1nt.Ci. .l. Robertson. R. Salter, B. Burck. ii. Bruner. M. Wuestefcld: ROW 5, l.. Woodward. l. Meyers. N. S, Wood, N. l . Scott. l.. Meyer and B. Gooding. Does the aroma ol' anaesthetics. ot' anti-hiotics. and ol' alcohol arouse that nursing instinct in you? Do you plan to enter the medical field? lt' so. join the march ol' Mercy's future nurses. A further study of caring lor those atlliclctl. visits to our various hospitals. and reports ot' the profession by student nurses are only part of this tremendous cluh. So. it' the field ol' nursing appeals to you. become an active menilwei in our cluh ot' luturc nurses at Mother ot' Nlercy. ffm "Shall l drixe'."' asks ls, Shannon. its thc duh olliccrs Nl. C atanfaro. S, lrippcl. Nl. O1 onnor. K. Shannon sct Ulll on a trip to xisit Nlcrcy Hospital. Hamilton. Ohio. 91 I, I- ui, ui-a Adios! This means farewell in English and is perhaps the most widely used of Spanish phrases Mercians. in the Spanish Club, learn all about Old Spain: interesting customs. colorful dress. gay songs and. ol' course. the Spanish language. xlgif of I?-orelgn 7-favor Do you picture yourself in some small ville of Marseille? Then it's French you seek and along with this class is an added feature, the French Club. The hum-drum of French conjugations is broken up by fun-packed meetings of the club. T717 ese girls say, "Oui, oui!" Seated. B. Brooks. R. Salter. R. Meyer. H. Tully, S. M. l.eC'ount: standing. N. Luken. I lf, Wolll. Ci, A. Diloro. M. M. Moormann. T. .l. Froehle.S. M. Shaw. CQ J. Robertson and Miss Martino. French teacher. ese girls say. "Si. si!" ln ROW l are .l. Staub. J. Skelly. Y, Berns: ROW Z. .l. Huisman. M. Burke. .l. Hoetker. tgeman. R. Telseher. M. Mathews. CQ Arling: ROW 3. R. Murphy. P. Steinker. B. Naberhaus. .l. Kielty. .l. Sommer. I Meyers. .I. .-X. Sehulte. M. F. lsler. D. ,luengling and Miss Martino. language teacher and Spanish club moderator. 'W V .I ,, 1 X .........f5.5' . 4- li 'ey we C . 460 5 N 1 ' 15 'in u'f in ru' L Tflll f ' H 74 -J IS - I .L ' S I oxnan J 4 u u t ci c c L cy c ' x M' A X xi. .Kmhhr fx Roman faxhion modclx are, ROW I, .l. Felix. Nl, Mahoney. M. Kuex. P. Hilyert. CI Archibald. P. Ilorrmann. K. Farrae. ROW 2. R. Salter. Ci. Bodden, .I. Kuchcnhuch. .I. lierning. .l. Amato. D. Hofmann. M, INI, Moormann. li. .l. Kartye. P. I ROW 3. P. -X. Feltner, J. Hcnycnuti. Nl. A. 'I ragexer. M, .I. Neiheixel. A. Heyy. .l. .X. C raxxliord. l , Nleyer. Nl. Wuext eld .l. Wright and N. Koppmcicix Ihcsc "latin laxsiexn all hoast membership in laputinella and .Iunior C lawical len. Have you eyer played Latin hingoll Well. il you havent. come along and look in on a meeting ot' Laputinallae Club. The meeting is opened with a prayer and the pledge to the tlag. in Latin. ol' course. and then brought to order lay Martha Nloormann. President. The main lwusinew ix then discumed. which is mostly concerned with the annual Roman Banquet. With so many thingx to he done. everyone in wondering which should he done lirxt. programx or inxitatiom. Designx and patternx must he made and stenciled. Also. place matx and place cardx inuxt he made. 'lihen committeex must he appointed tor entertainment decoration and coxtume. With planx completed the meeting ix closed and Latin hingo is plated Leading the grand entrance of "Sir Pig" are J. lfeucht and K, Williamx with 'Nl.iyec" C . lrauth. P. Nlitchel I. fx. Ciehling and I. .X. Heeg. ready to xeryc "Sir Pig 93 NJ . ,. 'Nxt "The Family Sonata" receiying finishing touches from li. Ci. Knarr. P. M. Horak. K. Minges and F. Rehkamp. Theta Art is the exclusive society for the elite of Mercy's art world! Yes. the honor is great when one is chosen a member of Theta Art. but great. also, is the responsibility of living up to its standards. Only art students in their fourth year who have proved worthy are eligible for membership. The responsibilities which are then incurred include the realization that this artistic talent is a rare gift from God and she should. therefore. pursue it for His honor and glory. either as a career or a hobby. Twice a year a meeting is held to which many graduates return and give an account of how they've lived up to this objective. This year's members have begun well by performing such works as painting Christmas scenes on hospital windows. In the world today. there is certainly a need for the talented to work for the greater glory of God. rf' rfisfic fjlvlenf 5 gncozlrageol ana! ibevelopecl QUIZ OUR lite W: 55 D1Vinci's in nayy anal white arc. seated, P. M. Horak. C. M. Wagner. M. N. Meyer. Cf. Krantz, S. M. Sherman. M. Ofonnor. J A. Kathman. li. Rchkamp: standing. K. Minges, S. A. Trippel. G. Bausch and C. G. Knarr, members of Theta Art Club. 94 S I - max i i Athletic misses are, ROW 1, l. to r., D. Mason, M. Kinross, S. Schneider, M. O'Connor, M. J. Rieskamp, R. Meyer, M. N Meyer, F. Hoehn, R. Murphy, K. Voss, J. Isvolt, E. Murphy. T. Barwickz ROW 2, C. Crowe. A. Karl. J. Hunzeker. C. L Powell, B. Urban, M. Berning, D. Frye, J. Staub, K. Malay, J. Koch, K. DeCurtins. R. Heuerman: ROW 3. Lanter, D. Keck, C. Carney, B. Scherra, R. Thinnes, P. Bartel, J, Thinnes, M. L. Huitink, J. Crawford, G. Meyers, M. C. Luensman, R. Salter: ROW 4, S. Schroeder. M. J. Kroeger, K. Thinnes, B. Rielag, C. Konerman, J. Niehaus, M. Davis, R. Aichele, C. Reupert, M. A. Duffy, M. Jaspers, M. C. Warren: ROW 5, J. A. Mooney. Schloemer, M. Siemer, J. A. Orite, P. Monaco, J. A. Engler, M. Scalise, S. Nichting. G. Weber, A. Jacobs, V. McDougal, Meyers, P. Horak, M. Minnichg ROW 6, C. Krantz, M. White, C. Fischer, M. McElroy, l. C. Magevney, M. Mathews, J. Welage, K. Spitzmiller, C. A. Rennick, D. Hofmann, M. Kohls. J. Wilmes, M M. Fischer, D. Buttelwerth, M. Trageser. J. Gerstner. All keep physically lit in the Girls' Athletic gs fAe im of goes! SPorfsman5AiP How do Mercians use their energy? To obtain an answer ask a G.A.A.'er? She will invite you to be a spectator at a basketball or baseball game. Each girl has the chance to participate in all sport events throughout the year. Win or lose. G.A.A.'ers display good sportsmanship as they compete with the athletes from other schools. The members also find excitement at the dances and the various skating parties that their club sponsors. Sounds inviting, doesn't it? Well, do not fret if you are not really the athletic type, all that is necessary is a whole hearted interest in sports and the desire for your team to succeed. lf you are drawn toward any sport, it will be one of the activities of G.A.A. For girls that prefer indoor sports, our gymnasium is equipped to satisfy you. Our school grounds are also an asset. You will learn that being physically capable tends to make you mentally alert. Facing the reality of problems in life can be easily solved by accepting the G.A.A.'s sound words of wisdom, "Win as if you were used to winning, lose as though you enjoyed losing." 95 J. Vogel. S Kabbcs. .I C. Holmes G. Felix. N J. Mentrup Merenfield L. Schroer Association Pieias ffm Sclenfiam INNATI S ffm cfificaf Q YN CLS E ff-ix kfxql 'VX lu!! X Q4 ACTI ITIES Life at school IS more than textbooks. asslgnments and frequent tests lt'S a medley of these wlth a constant refram of copy. plays and muslcals. harmomzed ln the SPIRIT ot MERCY 97 ll . . f at -' ' A...,, I, L llx Mx ji 1 1 ' Yf? nk. TL' ,ff .IDE 3 ,f X ,fxtil if ' 1 1 X! lx' NN- 'll , - ' L' ' X. at r La- ' ,Xt jf., , .L X, ' ff 4115- Kr g J I I 1 44 K f u5Ly Sfavff menagers CIWCA Xgclenfi l.CClfiOVI5, Busy beavers. l. to r.. Carole Robertson. Kathy Shannon. Mary Ciuccio, Judy Staub and Carol Modafari, who are also members of the Jvlercyummlk' business staff. seem to be deep in thought as they keep the Mvrcywnocl from "bankruptcy" Enjoying the bedlam of the Mwr-vii'mul in production are editor. Sue Shaw and business manager. Nancy l.. Scott. TVUIY LVYIWIIKIWI' -I Have you ever heard that old expression. "Hard work is the key to success"? Watch the annual staff in action. and you will realize how true that statement is. Mercians boast a MERCYWOOD that is All-American, Medalist and All-Catholic. Look in someday during eighth period on a group of girls in Room 207, and you will probably see a Junior filing subscriptionsg a Senior typing diligentlyg a Sophomore fighting furiously with character count that won't come out. and maybe even a Freshman paging through some interesting annuals and enjoying the pictures! Some of the staff members are good at writing and creative work and so devote their time to the editorial staff, while some others enjoy secretarial work and spend their eighth period on the business staff. Whichever she prefers, the staff worker can truthfully say that composing an annual is hard work! But just as all work-no play makes Jack a dull boy. the staff does enjoy a little leisure. When a year is over, the staff member gets a worthy reward-the yearbook MERCYWOOD! 1 fzftjrifc Opty anal r an crccywoocl yicfurcs Mcmhcrs of thc business staff are everywhere! ROW l, .fl ftl Martin. N. Hzisenohr, J. Birck: ROW Z, l.. Mcycr. C. Murphy P. Hilvert. C. Mugevncy. M. Trugcscr: ROW 3. M. Hull und M. J. Schucrmun, in thc "halter skclteru of annual class Q 9- Onc thing you can do is "cuti' thc article and thu just what Ci. Diloro is doing. much to thc delight of co-writers. C. Engelke, M. J. Ncihciscl. F. Wcstcrkunint. t is All thc stulf sccms to do is "cuff K. Wilde chcxxs on pun us, l. to r.. l. Cichling. N. Cicrtlcs, D. Ncihciscl. C.lulscn.C.litllcrtyfi.HcnnckcsumlS,Ri1duig witch. 99 g!COTl1l.I7g5 5tt7ff .LDIZQCU L ffm COVHU1 UL l-xhiustcd editor l A lxtthmm minute dctuls to stir porters l o K Arch: cligc on 1 tri int oc n s is n x small ptrt ot thc stiff members th it put Glmrilntx in print Many happy hours each week are spent by those ellicient stall members responsible for our oxxn newspaper. Gleunings. Behind that mysterious wood-panelled door marked "private" there is a constant flurry. since another edition of that top-notch publication is being planned. Though this room is the main-spring of Gleanirzgs, much outside help is always needed. Following clues and tracking down information needed for a good article is the reporter's task. She keeps the other stall' members up to date on current plays. humorous antics. events. awards and projects. "Remember uhenfi faxoritc occupation of R. Nl. Ornella K. Honnert. J. Felix, "looking back" xia "Gleanings." C1165 rproonace fjzeir wn Pedal lane l Amused with P. Mitchell being lost in their pride and joy. Glvtuiiriyy is the cub stall, seated. B. Huth. M. Fran e. standing. J, Hendy. K. Musick. K. Fox and C. Carney. The cub reporters were xery proud ot' their xery tirst issue Thus. word of recent developments can be spread to the other Mercians by print. The reporter must also be a type of "fortune teller" so as to keep everyone posted on events of the future. During the dummy's visit to the printer, many members of the stall anxiously wonder how their articles will look in print and if perhaps some last minute revision should have been made in those final sentences. Nevertheless. they are quickly assured that it satisfies. as they see the girls' gleaming countenances and all that excitement when Cileazzirzgs' comes off the press. Eagerly studying exchange papers are cubs L. Umberg. I.. Emmerich, D. Buttelwerth, M. Kelly and K. Gleason. Yin. "if i Y ' UL 1 9 Q. 45 iv- X Q lv f Q9 is 1 1 9? W - fo fn, fag. 'F ,414 , 'wot' sf f 4 4 Ax 3 f' isa! 51.2. ,. iff: F I W: .-:Y mv., in 5 , she promises that instead ol' dying, Beauty' will sleep one hundred years. Nanny, the seamstress and all pins and needles are banished from the castle. As Beauty is dancing with some peasant girls a few days before her wedding. Rupert, the man she is to marry objects. "Go home Rupert," the peasants sneer. On her wedding day, Beauty sees Nanny for the first time. While they are talking, Rupert comes and with Nanny's help he is locked out. As Beauty is ready to go down the aisle, she rips her dress. While helping Nanny mend it, she pricks her finger. Everyone suddenly falls asleep as the Sunlight Fairy had predicted. One hundred years later a young man, Prince of Tutlington, comes into the courtyard overgrown with briars. which turn to roses as he approaches. He then awakes Beauty with a kiss. Everyone in the palace comes back to life. As everything is still in readiness for a wedding they are married and live happly forever after. , We tis Getting to know each other are fairy tale characters. Sleeping Beauty. portrayed by Judy Reissig and Prince Delmar or Nancy' A, Kraushar in the Senior Class Play. fAe 6ncAanfing Kjsfeeping Bdllfy ofacrorekzn H :X small family' disagreement oyer the color of Sleeping Beauty's hair causes the Man of the family tlackie Sommeri to assume a disinterested attitude toward the cotldling of the baby' by Nanny tliathy A. Shannon I. Queen lSllC Nl. Shim l. 103 ' f st fc" 21' 4. gf A trio of senior silver medalists are l. to r., Terry Froehle, Sue Shaw and Carol Plageman. Their dreams became realities on May 6th. when they, together with Judy Reissig and five juniors, gave their recital in dramatic art I ramaficc7Qecife1lrpre5enfecJ Ly Slver cnflevhrhsfs When you wish upon a star your dreams do come true Silver medallsts did just that except it took more than wishing to present a silver medal recital in dramatic art It took study practice and plain hard work But on May 6th the girls dreams came true as they each gave a solo number demonstrating their accomplishments Their recital represented at least three years ot study in dramatics two of class lessons and one year private instruction Also the girls must pass a written examination in the theory of dramatlcs before getting their silver medal Wait a minute though that s not all the girls displayed their talents in contests plays and other activities each adding a small jewel ot accomplishment to their dramatic crowns All was not in vain' On the evening ot graduation tour seniors proudlv claimed their medals and on awards day the proud juniors received theirs All representative ot nine jobs verv well done "Pretty as a picture" are junior medalists, B. Wade. C. A. Arling, E. Gerhardt, C. A. Ruff and K. Schneider. 'Y ia, In . , . . , ' 7 ' 7 . v . L I y , , . ,. X hu , ' 2 , 'V ' ' , ' , . , .,f. r -14' , .v . . , B . In It 1 . . 1 . 1' '-7 I. V, ' ' I . ' ' ' ' K 105 , z ' ' A 1. M 451. .fy l 5 0 A 1 V051 CHL 'OICCE II1 '1 "VY 7"'1 'VW VTHI 1 I ll WU- - C! fb I J L Q lekkk Lag L Miss Dulah Pulskamp directs the freshman dramatic art group as they give the verse choir "Joy for the World." Rehearsals. rehearsals. rehearsals! That was the cry of Freshman drama students. when. after a year of dramatic lessons. they were ahle to present the verse choir. "Joy for the World." Freshies learned that heing in plays isnit "allu glamor. hut they agreed that the results were well worth their ellorts. Such new experiences as stagefright and heing a high. medium or low voice in the choir kept the future actresses in a constant state of activity. The story hegan with Gahriel's words to the Blessed Virgin Mary. "Hail. lull of grace the Lord is with Thee" and continued through the holy hirth of Christ. His puhlic life. His ignominious death and glorious Resurrection. It also contained the "Song ol' Saint Francis" and the "Legend ol' the Monk and Mountehankf' The litting climax urged everyone to follow Mary, our Mother. to Christ. her Son. The voices were accompanied hy Sylvia Sieve and Ann Karl. also dramatic students. on the piano. This program was given under the direction ol' Miss Dulah Pulskamp. By our Freshies' heaming smiles and look of triumph. it was easy to see that they had achieved success in their initial two performances as actresses on Merey's stage, Nic-:nhers of the ycrse choir are: ROW l. .l. Berger. V. Mcllougal. .l. Black. F. Neiheisel. B. Stinson. M. OK onnor. Xlooney. Nl. Doeplyer. J. Francisco. C . Cioetl. R. Weil. B. 'lorheckz ROW 2. .l. lsyolt. S. Steel. .l. Koch. K. Del urtins, X lxarl. C. Powell. C. Baker, D. Ciiramke. S. Sieye. M. Berning. N. l.auteryyasser, M. McDonough. B. Seitlz ROW 3. B Brayard. G. Felix. R. Baccltle. Nl. Oyerhecly. CQ Beck. .l. Strasser. ls. Kuchenhuch. Ci. Cierding. Ci. Fspelagc. D. Hussong Nl. Frnst. Nl. Klett1 ROW -1. P, Gallagher. M. Mees. M. P. White. S. Bien. P. l.inlx. .l, Willyens. K. Voss. P. Burns. M Brodheck. P. Foertsch. M. Huseman. M. A. Duffy: ROW 5. M. I.. Mayer. S. Schneider. Nieman. M. Fisher. Nleyers. M. .l. Martin. F. Green. C. Fischer. M. Abaecherli. K. Doerger, M. Scalise. C. Nordman. M. Carroll SOPAOITIOVCS rcsenf nsloirafionaf .f?4'A'enf Lzbrcrnuv ,Q X. 1 'il 'Y Sophomore thespians are, left side. ROW l. J. Sucher: ROW 2, S. Murnan, l.. Sandman: ROW 3, R. A. Tenbrink: center Blessed Mother til Trauth I. lady lB. Frcyl: right side. ROW I. G. Hennekes. K. A. Gleasong ROW 2. P. Seiarra. K. W ide C. A. Connelly: ROW 3. M. A. Coonen: ROW 4, .I. A. Wright as they appeared in their play. "At the Feet of the Madonnt Places! Curtain going up! Ready, willing and able, the sophomore dramatic students present "At the Feet of the Madonna," an inspiring play depicting the Blessed Virgin as mother of all. A mother seeks Mary's help in a peaceful chapel. After the mother leaves, we turn our attention to a frightened girl about to die as a martyr. With Our Lady's guidance she faces death free from fear. Next we encounter a queen. who is cruel and hateful but wants to bring her people to love Mary. With Our Lady's advice and love the queen leaves inspired. Now a pioneer woman brings glad tidings to the Virgin, saying that she would like her to journey to far corners of the earth. A young girl is the final visitor. She wants Mary to know that teenagers love her and her Son above everything else. To provide background for those who come to Mary. are the choral speakers. Since many of the girls hope to be members of Masque and Gavel the play is good training. These young actresses must work hard to keep up the standards set by the girls before them. With hard work and good coaching these aspiring young actresses may well become the future stars of Broadway and of Hollywood. Dramatic students are. ROW I. J. A. Sucher. l.. Sandman R. Tenbrink. ROW 2. S, Murnan, L. Schneider. center Lady tl.. T. Bertkel and our Blessed Mother fl. Wilmesl l07 I melotfy k.McTl.J5 rydwvzlys H my f WHA mllsicg, Introducing the Melody Maids. left side. ROW l. P. Lind. G. Flanigan. N. Roshonc: ROW Z, J. Feucht, C, Williams. K. Nlctfler. .l. Moevcs, M. Middendortiz ROW 3. D. Ruehrwein. J. Rohs. A. Middcndortlf. A. Rennick. G. A. Stoll, .l. A. Francisco. S. Shaw, right side: ROW l, M, Nciheisel: ROW Z. M. Tripamer, M. Milano. B. Neiheisel: ROW 3. 'I'. Doyle. NI. A. Kohls. K. A. Doergcr: ROW 4. Y. A. Duhach and P. Mayer. thc twenty-four members ol' Mercy's school orchestra. "Does your valve stick? Can you play that run in the seventh measure?" Well. you needn't be a student ot' any foreign language to translate it. just a musician in Mercy's orchestra. This year the orchestra boasts of eleven new members. playing a variety ot' instruments which gave the orchestra that "just right" harmony. With many new hits right from Broadway and a bit of Dixie. they strive to please a whole audience. Public appearances include the solemnity of the Math Club Initiation with the beautiful March Romani and the gentle humor of the Senior Class play and the light-hearted "Sleeping Beauty." Not to be forgotten is the March Musicale. with its array of beautiful music, beginning with lrving Berlin's ever popular Say It With Mu.s'if', we come to the best loved tune of the lone prairie. Cowboy Medley. With these and others. the Melody Maids are put through their paces under the baton of Sue Shaw with Sister Mary Aloyse capably choosing and arranging selections and staging the various productions during the year. ron1 CL1551'Ce1!Sc!ccfion5 fo moQJcr':1 wingffnrc l wonder what that funny little note is that has at dot and the tiny' Haig!" thinks Kathleen Metller. Fellow huntl memhers ROW l. Judy' Moeyes. Mziry Milano: ROW 2. Marie Tripztmcr. Mary' Ann Kohlx. Kathy' Doerger ztntl part of Ginny A Stoll tlon't seem to he having any xerious ditliculty. as the Melody Muidx 'tmnkc music" during the practice sewion aught? Betty ,leatn Nuihcisel receiyes at "reprim.intl" from director, Sue Shiny. for that iiiexetmihle crime wt' timing. oineyyorlt during orulicxtrzi practice. 'l he "good kitlf' ure, ROW l. Nancy Ruxhune, Ciziil l'latnigun: ROW 2. Phyllis l intl Clatire Willizimx and .legtn lreucht hlmying merrily Amity amd completely ignorant ot' Betty .lezsnk ernhzwrxtxxing xittmtion IU9 C7 Mercy Choristers continued. arc. ROW I. l. to r.. M. O. O'C'onnor. M. CQ Plageman. B. A. Booth. .l. Day. S. Matthews. M I Schuerman. l.. Hofmann. M. A. Finhaus. l.. Umberg: Row 2. .l. Dolan. M. Molengraft. lf. Spitlnagel. M. Heaxey. R. Sa c H, Feller. N. lispelage, M. Sollman. M. lragcser. M. Koman. M. .l. Berry. M. Minnich: ROW 3. M. Baarlaer. K. 'lhuc C. Boddcn. M. C l.ucnsm.in. F. Ludwig. M. .l. Spicer. .l. Kuchenhuch. R. lN1eyer.C.i. Diloro: ROW -1. if Mcrls. CQ Schac t .l. lissen. li, Schaihle, .l. Benvcnuti. A. Kamphaus. S. l.eC'ount. M. Casey. .l. Rohs. M. Schonholt: ROW 5. D. Cassini. Nl Ciohs. .l. Polking. P. Vondenhrink. F. VVlll'lCllW1lCl'lCl', J. Kesse. l. Brockmeier. B. Sayers. M. Godfrey. .l. Stauh: ROW In I Borgman. il. .l. Froehlc, N. S. Wood. M. l.. Westerkamp. G. Bausch. M. B. Boeing. A. Hess. M. l.. Huitinls and R. F. Bas xl cndusicaqy 7Oa1'vl unlor- enior CAOFH5 Monday and Thursday mornings hnd sleepy-eyed Junior and Senior Glee Club members vigorously traveling up and down the scales. Their vocal talents are not merely confined to the scales. however. as can easily be seen. All one has to do is attend the very inspiring Advent Pageant. the blithe and gay Spring Concert to appreciate Mercy's singers' abundance of talent. Being an active member of the Glee Club has taught many juniors and seniors, the meaning of teamwork. It takes many long. hard hours of practice to produce these programs. But they don't spend all their time on programsg this year they were honored by receiving a request to sing a Mass of dedication in our newly-renovated Cathedral. During Lent the Cathedral again resounded with the melodic strains of Gregorian Chant as the Junior-Senior Glee Club sang a Pontilical High Mass on Palm Sunday and Holy Thursday. Indeed. our vocalists put their talent to excellent use. Jane Rohs. a junior and a music silxer medalist. plays the accompaniment at the annual Spring C horal Program. 111 i,-.., X X WXNNYNW fxfflg is XX xg: aww' YE RI RE IE The days pass qulckly from In1t1at10n to the solemmty of Fatlma procession and the joy of the Prom, to the feature event of the year, Graduatlon Tlme passes, but always lmgermg on IS the SPIRIT of MERCY 113 G Q Q ix 4' JK Q A . A l X s ol- o 6. I X 'Z , ff A' ' 'wx - FL -4-xx 'avi'--"" it ae' 'X' -' J . ' -j'! r ' 1 SI?-dv. X 3? L..,,,jI L1n K..- A . T-an : i f X02 ' 3 ,s, X . 74 :Y , xx 'X ' -X ' - I ' 7 J x l exs--X 2- n K If 5 Q 1. X 4 ,aug x . v 1 'N .ww w' xing tribute to suntlx seniors I to r J A Nlcvers B Neid I- Wur7elbic,hcr Asbrock Nl J Pol L uen m in md irx isc ti rixo ous reshies B Bot c S i Icy l Nlenstrup S Simmons Ruthcr lx ls eine ls Lmbcrg S Schonhoft N B irtel on th it ln tt l x in tieshic s i e lniti :tion ON! 71? A CCOWIQG- g7,0l47LClx.MOVLlCll1 ' sisters 1 l ' e s's ers a - rez ' jus " i s" at heart and take advantage of a chance to promenade and swing their partners on Freshman Initiation Day. 114 That long-drt,'1dcd occasion the day of freshnrin initiation arrived much too soon for Mercy's newest members. One bright September morning 'i couple hundred freshmen feeling not nearly 5 bright waited in fear to find out their fate. With beany-topped head and sporting a placard with name plainly inscribed each young freshie was claimed by a senior big sister and escorted to the playground where she found herself part of a mammoth square dance. After "diving for the oyster and do-si-do-ing" hungry "sisters" were ready for lunch lovingly packed with care by dignified seniors. Special delicacies such as anchovies and caviar were little relished bv some underclassmen who seemed to prefer plain food instead. ln baby bonnets bibs and hair ribbons the frosh willingly went through the paces prescribed by big sisters. A good time was had bv 'tll for the freshmen realized that friendly seniors 'ire eager to be a help to them. "Our Lady of Fatima" echoed over the campus the day of the Fatima Procession. The October day was a bit cool. but Mercians donned jackets and sweaters to honor Mary, Queen of Fatima. Each homeroom president carried a banner, some which represented the fifteen mysteries of the rosary and others which represented ejaculations. As the procession started the rosary began and the hfteen decades were recited as the procession continued through the scenic campus. Between each decade a hymn was sung to Our Lady, "Ave Maria" and "Essence of Loveliness" were only two of the many. When everyone was in front of the school, and the banners in a beautiful row in front of all. Father Blome led everyone in the S.D.S. modesty pledge, which condemns immodest dress. Father said that we must always observe the pledge to be like Mary. the Oueen of Purity. In quiet contemplation. M. Westerkamp. Miss Barrett. N. Scott. G. DiToro. N. Luken, C. Magevney. K. Shannon. S. Trippel. M. Remenowsky say Ave to Virgin most pure. :Cavity ofgzvfinaa onore Aly Cjufcloor recession "Mother of Mercy" Mary most fair. we hail thee!" M.M.H.'s autumn-clad campus echoes with strains of Mary's praises Students in navy blue and white pay a fitting tribute to their patroness. the Mother of Mercy. as they march in the procession. forming a living rosary of hlial devotion beseeching Mary to shower her blessings upon all Mercians 'J' Kwe yHe4n ine issions in Avery I ossidfe way 1 ii? Fiif 'i yt. .7 Lf as we b i t gf A , "lt's bound to be the winner." says Phyllis Sperber to Mary Lou Bumb. Her other customers. I. to r.. Mary Godfrey Karen Kleine and Minalee Molengraft smile disbelief. because Phyllis assured them that they had the "sure winner"! On the l2th and l3th of November, most unusual signs were hung on M. M. H.'s classroom doors. "Gone lishin' for the missions!" The 12th and 13th were most unusual days because Mercians exchanged books and study for gala Mission Days complete with booths. prizes, coke and contests. The day had a very fortunate beginning. Father John Garry, assistant Field Director of Public Relations for the Glenmary Missioners, told the girls of the work in the home missions. Father enriched his talk with amusing accounts of the home missionary's encounters in mission work. Father Henry Klocker shows a relic of the 'lrue Cross to .l. Vogel. P. Hilvert. .l, Feucht at Crusade Castle. 1 I fy ur rnycrs ant Swcri ice on ission my C L Fun and faith plus a dash of' gay frolie spelled success for Mission Days. Mission Days are a tradition at Mercy High and '5X's were better than ever. The anticipation and preparations were as thrilling as the days themselves. The gym was transformed as Mercians joined together. setting up booths and making decorations. The mission spirit glowed "all over the place," all working to give Mission Days a prominent place in Mercy's history. Highlighting the day was the Miss C'.S.M.C. contest. Mercy misses paid no heed to the statement of, "There can be only one winner." for Nancy Pies and Barbara A. Huth tied for the title of Miss C.S.M.C. Activity was ceaselessl White elephants helped make it almost a three ring circus. There was also a mission day first s- the French and Spanish clubs had a booth of' their own. Besides giving away a black French poodle and doll, they sold tasty candy, At the conclusion. all "fishermen" hit their books. content with their "catches" they had made for the benefit of God's many missions. is . W-if F5 "Count the calories," says M. McDonald giving a cake to CQ Beckman and hungry friends, D. Karaus, P. A. Horak. lempting fisherman, Harriet Feller. to try her luck at catching an octopus is Maureen O'Connor. Other "tempters ire. l. to r.. Joan Hoeting. Mary Huebener and Peggy Hinrichs trying to get "freshie fishermen" to catch some octopi "Warming up" a bit before the St. Cecilia Program are, l. to r., Sylvia Sieve, Jane Rohs and Terry Froehle. Terry sang and Jane and Sylvia "tickled the ivories." ll5l.Cl'ClM5 in ecifa! "Say lt With Music!" This was the theme which paved the way for the Saint Cecilia Recital. an annual program presented by the music students. lt was a big opportunity for the girls to show their talent as future musicians. Speaking the international language of music, Mercians were guided to many far-away lands. First stop was Hungary, with the Glee Club waltzing their way through the "Merry Widow," Toe-tapping rhythm of "Brazilian Maxixe" and "Malaguena" revealed that the next stop was South America. France was next on the itinerary with "The Girl With the Flaxen Hair." However, thc spiritual side of the program was not forgotten, for a piano solo. "Our Father," was played lending a note of religion to the recital. The last selection, "Variations on Three Blind Mice" was clever and a fitting climax to a perfect hour's tribute to Saint Cecilia, the holy patroness of musicians. "Was it Freddy Chopping'?" queries Kathy Shannon, who gave the commentary. The music lovers, I. to r., Ann F. Karl Sylvia Sieve and Paula l.ierl correct Kathy's unforgivable blunder with an emphatic, "No. it was 'Freddy' Chopinu' 3 be cnznifiy o :74cA'cnf xj6gAhgAfccf diy glee "O holy night," sing, seated, C. Luken, P. Vondenbrink K. Shannon. M. Casey, S. l.eC'ount. J. Berry. C. Krantz, standing. J. Dolan. C. Merk. M. Molengraft, M. Minnich Joyful expectation in the four weeks preceding Christmas was the theme ol' this year's Senior- Junior Glee Club Advent program. The speaking parts were skillfully executed by the l958 Gold Medalists, weaving song and story into a moving testimony for Christ and His mother. Rosemary Murphy gave a briel' explanation of Advent. The music grew in volume until the whole auditorium swelled with the age old plea "O Come, O Come. Emmanuel." Kathy Shannon explained the symbol of Advent. a pine wreath with four candles. As the audience joined in prayer, the candle was lighted. and the Glee Club chanted "Creator of the Stars of Night." Maureen Casey brought out the meaning of the sorrowful Advent hymns. "The Earth Was in Darkness" and "Long is Our Winter." Suzanne LeCount reminded us that our prayers were answered in the fullness of time, as the haunting "Ave Maria" was sung, followed by folk songs and soft childlike carols, revealing the closeness of Christ's coming. "O Holy Night" expressed the earth's infinite joy, and "People Look East" announced the holy birth of Christ. Solemnllv of the Advent, portrayed by the traditional Advent program, reaches its inspiring climax as Mercy Lhoristers walk in procession and the curtain closes on a tahleaux of the leading character in the Advent drama. 119 32? f .1 51.1. ' '5 C941 etyans fLe rpoor, anal sggnornnf Domg the lmportdnt job of sewmg vestments md .altar cloths for mlsslon parnshes are members of the McAulev sewmg group at table N Espelxg: L Schmldlm S Murphy J Caley M L Averbeck sewlng machine N Bdrtel xronmg P Bartel The gurls displayed thur work md showed what can be done with needles threads and good mtentlons tre mo ot the Ngllltll numbers ol the tt 1UtlnL xoup of the Nlother Nle Xulex Club Ext lxne lsntxe mtl Dx mm C lIl't,IIl1L Dntmm mth two ot their stutents P0 ' ' , ' L. ,' A. kt 2 , x ' . 5. . x- I 5 ' , , . I 2 ' , . I l , . . . . . . Q f ' , . ' I . ' - I - 1 N.. 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' . r . . . . . ., r .. PCl'lUI'lUlllg one ol' inc many corporal xx orks of mercy - to instruct the ignorant - i s ' A , . ' A . 1 - ' A t sl -I ' J A 4 A -A. 1' ' .faq N 'Vjz '1 ' K1 ' ' ar A ' ' ' ' lf . C7 ' fw I ' as Aecy uf fde ore o crcy ll1f'O nnhcc "Whatsoever you do unto one ol' these my least brethren you do to me." The McAuley Club truly tries hard to fulfill this command of Our Lord! Some ol' the girls give up that Saturday morning sleep and trek to school to teach the retarded children about their Catholic religion. Others very generously sacrifice their free time after school in order to stitch vestments and altar cloths for the missions and new parishes that cannot allord them. The spiritual group is in charge of the spiritual exercises for all the girls on Tuesdays and Thursdays, in addition to entertaining the sick and aged in the hospitals and homes throughout the entire city. You can easily see the zeal and charity of these girls. Receiving Holy Communion from the hands of M.M.H.'s Chaplain Ftthcr Lonncll c tcpicsenttttycs ol tll diyisitns of the MeAuley Club. The girls. though their work is different unite together in pt ner to their Crcitor and God Silver hells chime out the glad tidings, "Mina is queen and C ise ind Skippy ire her eourt Pretty girls ind proud escorts, l. to r.. P. Montgomery. M. Casey. M. Molengraft R Reck R Meyer D Huhn the bills helles ind bet x C74 ove4y Queen eigne af f e Cgrlsfmas A Christmas Ball complete with lovely Minalee Molengratt as Oueen and with pretty attendants, Maureen Casey and Rosemary Meyer, needed only those traditional silver bells to ring in the gay occasion. Twin Lanterns resplendent in its holiday trimmings was the perfect setting for festive ball gowns, bright flowers and Yuletide fun. Happy couples danced to the merry music of Bill McConnell's orchestra until the magic midnight hour when the grand march prepared the way for the crowning of charming Queen Minalee by her handsome escort, Rod Reck. Bouquets of red roses were presented to the royal trio and the music resumed with graceful couples dancing away that last enchanted hour of the evening. Prettier than a Christmas tree is Queen Mina, dancing with Rod who looks like he is wishing for mistle-toe. f' nncricnn l15l.C uni! Conrposcri f' rc Svlzlfcal 41 lowly lussics und merry music wcrc thc ingrcdicnls that went into thc guy March Musiculc --A an delicious dish ol' All- Xiiiwicaiii music. pluycd. sung und dunccd Io. by M.M.H.'s own Mclody Mziids und thc Frcshmzin :md Sophonmrc Cilcc Club. Mcludy Muids. ROW I, l'. l.ind. Ci. Flunigun, N. Roshoncl ROW 2. D. A.RLICl1l'WCll1,.l.fX.R0l1N. A. Middcndorl. CQ Williums C. ,l. l-cucht. K. Nlulnlcr. J. lNlocvcs. Ci. Stoll. ,l. Fruncisco, Ci. A. Rcnniclx. swing dmxn south vin "Suwannee u lu Dixicf 124 dy fAc Grcdesfra anal ?re Lyman op oinore oru L "America, Our Heritage" once more the Freshman Sophomore Glee Club and orchestra presented the March Musicale. The theme. All American Music. presented America's most beautiful and famous songs that have survived until today. A Cowboy Medley includes some famous western melodies. followed by swirling skirts and all feet to "O Susanna," typical square dance accompaniment. Since St. Patrick couldn't be forgotten on his feast day, it was arranged that a large part of the show was devoted to America's fine Irishman. And so, the program concluded with several ol America's traditional spirituals and a lively Military Medley with "America the Beautiful." i l What could be more American than the haunting melodies of southern spirituals, sung by our Cilee C lub members. 1 9 ron: 30111116 Coffancl fo unncy xgfdk 5 Srllorcs ef UO -" 56057 if 1 lt's "ginger ale" music time with Lawrence Weak's band. Lemmon Sisters are. M. A. Einhaus. C. Malay, P. Lierl. Band members are S. l.anter, J. Steigerwald. P. Monaco. J. Wilkymacky. M. Catanzaro. S. Tosella. S. Mitchell. J. Rohs. Ci. Shaefer. J. Bennett, M. l.. Huitink with J. Kreutzkamp as Alice Short. waiting for the downheat from Mr, l.. Weak. "'I here is nexer a dull moment when Papa Piccolino is Bonnie lassies arc, ROW I. S. A. Gooding. J. Steinmetz. around." declare gay Italian friends. J. A. Henvenuti. D. Kalusz ROW 2.J. Lambert. S. Monnig, D. Weisman. M. l.. Sehmidlin. J. L aley. N. Fspelage at Figaro's stand. Cirater. ROW 3. M. Ciartner.S. Rehel. M. Pope. M. Roman. fAe jllI7l.Ol'5 OHVHCV defere " l'Il'1OlUflCl.l1Lt7 fge QHCCH L "Seniors. this is our special gift for you. a trip 'Around the World' With these words the Junior Variety Show began. and l7o Seniors were whisked away to visit many' far-off Corners of the world. The trip began in bonnie Scotland with a Scottish folk dance. Then. on to snowy Alaska where they cheered up a "Lonesome Polar Bear." Next stop was China with Ling Ting Tong and friends. then France. where peasant girls gave a "French Lesson" to tourists. ln Holland little Dutch girls donned "Little Wooden Shoes" to welcome our Seniors. A Swiss toy shop was visited next, followed by a stay in Italy with Papa Piccolino and his friends. The "Emerald Isle" was next on the itinerary where colleens danced the jig to "Dear Old Donegal." Mercians were warned to stay away from any stray bulls in Mexico and twenty kimonoed Japanese maidens whispered "Sayonara" to our Seniors. Finally, the journey ended and Seniors were whisked back to the good old United States just in time to listen to "bubbly" music of Lawrence Weak's orchestra. That "unimportant" message that Mr. Weak finally remembered to read proved to be the announce- ment of lVlercy's prom queen as Martha Moormann and attendants, Barbara Gooding and Suzanne Le Count. After tears of happiness were shed. all juniors sang to their queen. "Around the World." LJJDIX Us H "Around the World we've searched for you and found our queen in you. M. Nloormann. and court. li. Gooding and S. let ountf' sing juniors at the Variety Show's climax. "l ing 'ling 'longs laundry is yery best for Mercy High uniform?" say. l. to r.. Joan Kain. Judy Greiner and Pat Robinson. three of the "real cool" Chinese coolies. IZ7 5. l. Cl' , Maine.. -.4 'x., I 4 .3 4 ..:.f.,.,.-. J V , his is a spccial night for S, Stratman. P. Schneider. "look at that tiny man in the basket." says E. Ludwig. . Hizcr. C. Sicmcr. R. Brunsman. M. lslcr. .l. Huisman. T. Frochlc adds. "l.ikc to go around thc world with him." 'Q- 41 E" f wa ff Xl thc Hop" and rusting after "Doing thu Bop" arc. lull side. R. Ilomas. lf. Hohday. ll, C ascy. J. lrnglur. 'l. Wunning. C Malay. ,l. Rohs. J. Mogul. right side. H. Hina. .l. Willsyniacky. 'l. Klusman. Nl. .-X, lfinhaus. .l, Hunnctt. I, Holi and Nl. l. Huirinls. ,lllsl a glimpse of Ihc hcaming smilcs is proof that a "wonderful" timc was huing had hy cxcryonc. l29 Ill' 550106 E VONVVICL C15 IICCH of f'!lC gjwdtll J? , 5143- 'V A 4 ft Wu. 'lo the strains of "Bring flowers of the Rarestu Kathy Shannon. May Queen crowns Mary with a wreath of roses. Ominous. gray clouds filled the skies. as the afternoon of May 2nd approached. and the annual May procession in honor of our heavenly Mother began. The campus, a Springtime panorama with blossoming trees and fragrant flowers. was the peaceful scene of these traditional ceremonies. Seniors wearing colorful wreaths of flowers and underclassmen carrying bouquets formed a living rosary with a prayer in their hearts and a song on their lips. Dianne Dittnian. Sally Trippel. Helen Hertsenberg, Joanne Kathman and Maureen Heavey were chosen by the seniors as attendants to Kathleen Shannon. Kathy, who was dressed in a lovely white bridal dress and veil. had the honor of crowning her Queen with rcd roses to the strains of "Bring flowers of the Fairestf' After the seniors had consecrated themselves to their Mother. Mercy's chaplain. Father Thomas Connell advised everyone to follow her example and ask her help - a perfect end to a perfect day. After crowning Mary. Queen ofthe May. the May Queen and her court stand before the statue of Our Lady. l. to r.: loanne Kathrnan. Maureen Heavcy. Dianne Dittman. Kathy Shannon the May Queen. Sally Trippel and Helen Hertsenberg K cc' V57 gr414A1e1f1'o11 " rrivcs "Tears, idle tears. l know not what they mean . . Unlike Tennyson, Mercy High graduates knew what their tears meant. As they attended the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. they realized it would be the last time they would go to Mass together. During Mass. meditations were ol' a reminiscing nature. They reviewed the events of their past four years. asking Our Lady to watch over their teachers and classmates. Following the "hustle bustle" of changing caps and gowns into summer frocks. the graduates enjoyed a tasty breakfast. The tears had ceased flowing for a time and all were convinced that the stormy weather was over. But the freshmen had other ideas! The seniors' "little sisters" presented a memory-filled skit. As each memory was presented. tears were in the seniors' eyes. The cloudburst came as strains of "Blue Horizons" filled the cafeteria. As a climax, the seniors said "thank you." to all. paying a special tribute to Sister Mary Emily. Beautiful gifts are a part of graduation joy. discovers Ann Brames. M. Gramke. J. Blazer and R. 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Despite the weatherman's predictions of continued showers, the raindrops ceased and the setting sun peeked through the clouds. It seems the Mother of the Head Weatherman heard the prayers of the "graduates to bc" and asked Him to send some sunshine. And that is why at seven 0'clock prompt dignihed seniors clad in cap and gown walked through the doors of Mercy High School for the final time. Commencement was a time of sadness, joy and accomplishment. but most ol' all it was the time when graduates realized that "Blue Horizons," were now simply memories and they were now on the threshold of new horizons sincerely saying as always. "Mercy. dear Mercy. thy children. we shall ever be . . 3 1 3 , 5 ln procession are B. Colegate, J. Dahman, D. Ruehrwein. C. Krantz. T. Klosterman. J. Brockmeier. M, Gramke. M. I ind. C. Wagner and l., Henkel on platform is C. Buning. With N1ercy's beautiful entrance as a background. the Class of 'SX sang harmonious farewell as lovely voices prayed. "Mother of Mercy. Mary most fair. we hail thee . . . We sing today thy glory and thy fame." and "Let 'lihere Be Song." at, 1 Wall 7 GMA I4 Through the pages of the Mercywood the Mercy spirit has been reflected m write ups pictures and headlines I s been defined as the intangible something that makes Mercy Mercy So also there are some people responsible for making the Mercywood Mercywood To them we extend a bouquet of thank you s To Indianapolis Engraving Company and to Mr R Brier to Mr J Berman the Mercywoods bouquets go to our typesetter Mr lxathman and the S K Smith Company for the Mercywood s cover A spiritual bouquet of prayers is presented to the Mercywoods adviser Sister Mary Jeanne d Arc who is the spirit behmd the Mercywood team Flash' A special bouquet is given to our photographers to the Osbome Company for semor portraits to Mr L Gross for underclass pictures Our final bouquets of thank you s are given to members of the faculty our score of generous patrons kind advertisers and all who helped make Mercywood Mercywood 134 CFD f 0 , . . . . D , . , . I t, 58' ' ' 19 , 9 ' V 9 . . ' g . . , ' printer, the Staff extends first bouquets of gratitude. Two more , . . . 9 1 1 ' ' L 7 Q 7 , . .Lv 5. qi, Y ,-F ,fjiii V' ff.: 1' PQ . fx.-11:5 fa.: -im? . ' Al N, 7 -'mi Q 1 .9155-fE4.':' , In-'sq ..: mu, Q Au If 1. ?'Qf.: , Q. Wg 4 ww 'QQ 'fu Q 2, -M 4 i .E s sv., S ongrn fuk: tions gracluafes cmofAer o ercy SCAQQ! "' Mother of Mercy PTA ofhcers l to r Mrs Eugene Nelhelsel trexsurer Mrs Harry Buttelwerth corresponding secretary Mrs C.1rlFroehIe presldent Mrs Elmore Belersdorfer fintncul secretirv stmdlng l to r 'Vlrs Rn C iSSll'1l recording secret try Mrs Arthur Dlttman vice president Mrs Nicholas Amxto llldlI0l' hive completed tn outsttndlngly successful Tenth Annlverstry Yenr by iugmentmg the clubs membership and increasing dCIlNll.lCS 136 Q t , ez 1 ' , 1 ' " . , 2 'L ' 2 ,L Qi ' , . .. . aj 'z '. ' . 2 L ' ' , ' : . 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MRS PETER ISLER THOMAS ITTIG KATHERINE JUENGLING K S GIFT MART KARLS HAIR STYLING STUDIO MR 8K MRS FRED KATHMAN J P KELLER MEATS HERMAN KEMPER SONS INC W L KENNEDY OFFICE MACHINES MR 8. MRS HUGH KIELTY KLUENER MEATS MRS ETHEL KNARR ROBERT KRAMER LANDSCAPE SERVICE LOU KRONER AND SONS DRY CLEANERS MR 8x MRS CHARLES KUCHENBUCH LIEBRICH PHARMACY . . N ' , IR RS. . . MR. gl MRS. RQBER1' BYRUM HOFFMAN'S SEWING CENTER . . . . ,SR. 152 MRS BERNADETTA LUDWIG MR 8g MRS B L LUKEN MAPLE LEAF TAVERN BILL MCCONNELL AND HIS ORCHESTRA MR 8. MRS CHARLES MCELROY MEEKS CANDY STORE MR 8. MRS WILLIAMJ MEYER FRANCES MINGES DRESS SHOP MOELLER S GRILL 8. PONY KEG HARRY MOENING MT AIRY SAVINGS 8. LOAN ASSN MUHLBERGS DRUG STORE MR 8. MRS JAMES W MURRAY MR 8k MRS ROBERT NABERHAUS MARY A NEAD NORTH COLLEGE HILL BAKERY ONE STOP FOOD MARKET PIEPMEIER FLORIST PRICE HILL CAMERA SHOP RADEL S SUPER MARKET EILEEN REHKAMP MR 8. MRS FRANK RENNICK PUDYS CHEESE STORE MR 81 MRS GEORGE F SALTER SAN ANTONIO CHURCH SCHIFF S SHOE STORE MR 8. MRS BERNARD SCHLARMANN SCHLOMER RECORD 8. TV SHOP SCHMIDTS MEATS SCHOENE S DELICATESSEN CYRILL SCHULTE SEARS ROEBUCK 8K COMPANY SEMONA MEN S SHOP EN MR 81 MRS STANLEY E SHAW MRS MARGARET SHERMAN MR 8- MRS JOHN SKELLY SNOWS SPRING LAKE ED 8. BEV SPEARING ST JAMES PARISH CREDIT UNION NC ST LEO S CHURCH ST MARGARET MARY PTA STEHLIN 8. SONS MEATS ROBERT STENGER STOLLE S GROCERY 81 DELICATESSEN MR 8. MRS JOHN STRATMAN SYLVIA BEAUTY SHOP MR 8. MRS GEORGE THEOBALD MR 8- MRS GEORGE THINNES TOM S AUTO SERVICE MR 8. MRS HERBERT TREFZGER TRI CITY HEATING CO F UNGER S SONS H UNGER PLUMBING COMPANY BILL VAUGHT MR ARTHUR J WADE MR 8. MRS WALTER WANDSTRAT MR WEBER PAUL WITTE POULTRY CO MR 8- MRS EDWARD WOLFF CHAS WOLF F W WOOLWORTH CO NICK WULLENWEBER DOT FOOD STORE YAEGER S BAKERY JOHN YASS GARAGE MR 8: MRS JOHN ZANITSCH C J ZIMMER FURNACE CO COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND . , I . 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I32 Kit -' .. .. .. 56 STUDENT INDEX Ab aecherla M ara anne 78 Ackman Alberta Adam F1a1ne 6 75 A1chele Robula 74 Albraght J anct Alting P atracaa Am ato Jo anne Amorma M ary Alace Andraacco M ary lo Angner D ana Alchabald C arolyn 58 Arlang Cl aarc 6 5 Asbaock C 1 aare Asbrock M ary Aaastmg Judath Avubcck M a1y lou ar au M aay arl ICI at acaa acher C arolyn achm an D1 am Bachman Joyce B ack P atrlua aechle Roberta B akcr C arol B ark alow M aralyn B ara on Roscm ary B artel P ataacaa arwack Teresa B asch R ta ath Susan B uu atrlcaa aumgeaatnu Kay Bausch Cawcn Beal Kathleen Be al N ancy Beck C arol Becker Bonnae Becker M uy Jo Beckman C aaole Beestcn Baabara Behne C arol Behrens Ruth Buusdoaler June Beasel Patraua Bennett Jeray Ann Bcnvenuta Jo anc Bepler Sanda a Berger Judy Bcrkemeaer Judy Bernan Joanne 1 58 64 1 1 74 7 66 83 66 95 73 74 7 6 74 78 1 95 7 74 95 86 5 58 0 74 78 66 70 53 7 58 67 74 06 136 7 7 1 58 93 1 30 74 6 58 87 Bernang Maralyn 7 95 6 Berns Yvonne Berrv Jane Berry Judy Bertke lcra Besl Jaadv Betsch P atr1c1a B1en Caaal Baen Sherry Barck Joan Black Jaadv Bla7er Bonnae B1azer Jo Ann Ble lllClllL Blessang Chrastmc Blessang Irene Blankhoan Arlene Bl1ss C aaol Bodden Cccale Boelng M ary Beth Boelter Ballae Mae Boerlean Paulette Bol1a Judath Bonaventaara Estella Bonhaus Joyce Booth Barbara Borgman Borgman Bor1,man Bosse Rose Bouck Barbara Bouck Bomta Bowman Pillllne Boyle M ary Jo Brabender Carol Brackman Donna Brackman Georganm Brady Kathleen Brady Patrlcla Brady Susan Br.-ames Anne Braun Antona Bravard Barbara Brehm Da ana. Brehm Gaal Breatfelder Carol Brockhaus Donna Brockmeaer Joanne Judy 1 oas Ruth Brodbeck Margaret Brooks Brendra Brossart Jovce Brown Ann 156 58 9 66 70 J7 3 1 74 66 74 06 58 83 6 34 93 5 5 7 4 74 16 291 74 1 36 7 79 58 Bruehl Jovce Brunc Glora a Braaner C atherme Bruner Rata Baacher Joan Budde Judath Baaehler Sharon Buerger Darlene Buerkul Jall Bueter Phvllls Bumb Marv Loaa Bunang, C arol Bunker Connae Burck Burck Burke Burns Bus am B arbarfa aae M argiret P atr1c1'a M arv Jo Busche Mary Helen Buschur lynn Baattelwerth Donna Byrne 1-lame 6 8 Bvrns Mary Kathy 5 6 30 66 9 3 1 191 6687 7767 83 6 95 Byrum Judy 87 C alev Janace Cannang Chrastane arey Nora armosano Sallv army Carol arot a Jo an arraco 51 heresa arroll M ary arroll Machelle ass1LrL J anas asev M aaareen 4 6 asey Maureen assana Deanna. at an7 aao M arcaa CIYCSI M ary Ann Cauccao Mary Colegate Barbara Connelly Carol Conrad Julae Cook Barbara Cook Beatrace Cook Loas Coonen Mary Ann Coonen Ruth Cranert Jacquelane Crawford Janet I7 74 1 1 66 67 67 87 83 75 78 1 91 I0 'V 3 88 1 591 8 98 8 74 78 67 07 75 78 86 5 93 5 1 'Q 1 'g yyyy 1 A , 2 I," ,,,,,,,o,o,, 4, .. 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', 7 '2 ,,,,...,,,,,,.,1,, 1, , ' ', Q ' ' ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,..,,,,,.,, 77 ' ' , ' 2 2 ,,,.,....,..,...... 78 , .....,-....,.--,..,...,..,.....,-, 69 ' , ..,. 10, , 108, ' , f ,....,.,,-,,,,,,-,...,,,... 62 1 ' ' , ,..,.,,,,,,,,1,,,.,,,, 69 1,4 , " ,,,,.,,.,.........,..-......,, ,, 78 ' . 7 ' ..... ,, , ,, ' , ' ..,,,. 10, - , 70, , " 2 ,,,,, , ..,,...,,... 62 99, 132, 133 108, 110, 124 , ' .,.....,,,,, ,,.,. ,.,,,.... . . . 62 ' , ' ,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,, " , ' ,,,, 2, , 10 ' , ' ,,,,......,..1..,.,. 8, 10 ' ,. ' ,..... 62, -, 110, ' , ' ' ....,.,. 5, 4 , 2, 143 , ' .,,1..,,,,,. 26. 2, . 86 6, 1- ' , ' .,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 77 , ' 2 .........,............ -, 2 1 ' ', 2 .........,.....,,....,.,,,,... 62 ' , ' ,,,,,...,.....,,.......,,,.,,, 77 ' , '2 .,.,,,, ,. 4. Z-. 48. 133 ' ', .....,..,.,......,..,... 62 ' , " .,,,., ,,.,,..,..,,....... 2 2, 70 ' ' . 2 ..,,,,,,...,..... . 1 , ' .........,.,,,,........,., 70 ' J, ' ,,...,....,,,,,,.....,.,.... 47, 94 ' , ' 9. . . ' ', ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 77 ' , ' ' 'g ,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 77 94, ,, 111, 117. 133 ' ' , ...,,, ,...,..,,..,,,.,..,.,,,.,,... 6 2 M1 ' , 2 'f ,, ,,,,. 31, , 90. ' -, 2 ' '2 ..., .. ...,, 78 ". - ,.,, ,,,.,.,...,.,,. , 10 95,111,119 ' ,H .,,,,,.,.,,., ..,,,.,.,,,, .,,, 2 . 70 Orate Jo Ann Ornella Rose M arae 5 60 Ortman Mary Jo 86 Osborn Donna Osterman Jo Ann Oswald Joan Ottke Maralvn Overbeck Marlene Owens Kathryn Pal asek Claare Panaro Joan 2 Papanaa C arolvn Parsons Carol Pies Nancy Paes Paulette Pittman Margaret Pittman Mary C arol 78 16 '7 Plageman Susan 7 79 83 Plagge Marv Jo 132 Plum Joyce Polkang Marx Jean 49 90 95 '7 1 63 7 78 5 95 6 Pope Mary kay Powell Coleen Primo Joyce Quatman Kathleen Rebel Susan Re kamp Eileen 94 2 91 Rem Marilyn .......,.,,..,.......,.,...,,.,... Reinert Marcia .,,........,.... 29 49. 90 Reissig,Judith .....,,,..., - 50. .. Remenowsky. Melody .,........ . .' Rennick Carol ...,,,,, 50 84 . . 95. 7 0 . - 32. .- Rettig Charlene ,,,........,.,................ . Rettig Martha .,...,,............,..........., Reupert Christine ..,,..,..... . . . Rhein Mary Ann ,,........,,,..,,........... . Richard Joyce .......,,..............,........ Richmond Sandr'a ..........,.............,. Riedel Judith ................................ Riehle Judith ...........,............ 50. 44 Riehle Rielag Barbara ..,..,,.,..........,.... . Mary Ann Rieman, Susan ...,,.......,...,.,..........., Rieskamp, Mary Jo .,,, , 50, . , Ragacca, Carol ...,........,,,.,,...........,,, Riser, Nancy ,,,A.,...,.,.,.,..........,........, 78 Robers, Judith ,,.,.,.,..,,,,.,,,..., ..,...,,. 7 1 Robertson Janet 9 Robinson Charlene 75 8 Robinson Patricia Robinson Sandra Rogg Ardath Roeder Marv Cecelia Roedag Janis Rohs Jane 88 8 Robertson, Carole ,,,,,,,. 25. 50. 91. 92, 98 Rolang Theresa Rork Sandra Rosenberger Eleanor Roshone Nancy Ross Nancv Rotert Patricia Roudebush Connie Rudemaller Margie Rudag Susan Ruether Carol Ruff Carolyn Ruhe Nancv Runnels Sandra Ruthemeyer Margaret Ruther Mary Salter Regina 92 9 Sammons Helen Sander Mary Lou Sandman Lana Sauer Bonita Sayers Bonnie Scales Joyce Ann Scalase Martha .... 126 2 63 6 108 7 4 7 4 7 7.78. 5 Schablein Sue .......,................,. . Schaefer Mary .,,.........,,.,.,...... - Schafer Charlene .....a . 63 126 27 Schaich Judy ......,...........,,.....,....,,,, Schannes Patricia Schapker Carol .,...,.,.,.......,., , Schardine Mary .......,....,,.,.,,,.. 78 84 Scheable Betty .....,.,...,.....,,,,, . . Schenkel Judy ,........,.,.,,,,......,,..,,.., , Scherra Bonita ..,,.......,....,,,,a,,. , Schalle Marian ......,,..............,,,..,.. Schlarmann Hilda ,.........,. -.. . Schlarmann Margaret ......,,,....,...... Schloemer Schloemer Schloemer Margaret ..aa........,....,,,,. Nancy ..,...........,.a... , Victoria ...,...,........ Schlotman, Judy ..........,..... . , , Schmidlin, Loretta ,.,. Schmidt, Eva ...,..........,...,...,....,...,., Schmidt, Sandra ....,.......,....,..,.,....... Schmitt, Jeanne ....,..........,.,.,........,. Schmitt, Mary Joyce ,......,,,.,....,..... 160 2 , 63, 5, , 120, .. 63 51 71 71 Schmuttc Schn app C Schneider Schneider Schneider Schneider J anet aro Dolores Kathryne 1 ynne Susan 2 6 86 5 6 71 10 76 8 95 06 Schnaeders Carole Schneller Barbara Schnetzer Barbara Schnlttker Rosemary Schoenlaub Susan Schonhoft Peggy Schonhoft Susan Schroeder Susan Schroer Mary loas 7 Schuerman Mary Jo 63 99 Schumacher linda Schumacher Merle Schwab Arlene Schwab Janet Schwab Shirley Schweinlan Daane Sclarra Patricia Scott Nancy 27 78 34 49 91 Sedgebeer Clementine Seathel Christine Seatz Bonita 78 16 Shannon Kathleen 3 49 2 80 6 7 9 103 13 Shaver, Nancy ...,,,,,.................. 6 4 Shaw Carol ..,...............................,. Shaw, Sue ......,. 34. 52 82 . 92 96 98 103 12 Sherman. S'al1y ,.,. , 5 88 132 Siebenburgen Mary Ann ......,. 61 4 Siemer Mary ......,..,.,........ 7 , Sieve. Sylvi'a ........ .. . 68 79 1018 Simon, Sue ,.,,.....,.,,......,,. . 90 -2 Skelly Jeanne ,.....,.., -, 2 Smith Barbara ...,....,.,.........,... Smith Patricia .......,..,,,..,....,......... Smyth Jacqueline ,..........,.....,........ - Soell Claudia ......,.........................,. Sollman Margaret ....,,.. 91 Sommer, Jacqueline ...... , 52, , . 92, 103. - Spanagel, Nancy ,............,...,.........,.. Sperber, Paulette ......,,............,,..,... 71 Sperber, Phyllis ..,. 52, 116, 132, 133 Spicer, Barbara ....,............,..,... 69, 72 Spicer, Mary Jane ,,,,..,,.. 64, 84, 111 STUD ENT INDEX ' , 62, 82, 91. 95. 110 J . .....,.....,,,,,....,, 63, 1 . , 2 ..,.., 11. 4. 51. 2, 2 ,,,.... .7. . . ...,,.,......... ..7 87.119 62, 100 ' 5 , ' ' " .,.,..,....,,,,,.. 63. 127 . 2 , '2 1 ...,,,,,,,.,.. ,.,.., ,...... , . . 78 ' , 2 f ,, ,,,, 62, , 1111 ' I , ' ,.......,.,.,.,..,.,..,,.... 71 ' . .' ..,..,. ..,,.. . 63 5 , 2 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,....,......,, 7 8 , ' ....,,.,,.,,,,,......,,.,,........ 78 , ' ' , ' ..,,,. 3. , 10 5 ' , ,.,a,, ,.....,.....,.,,., 7 8 . , " ....,..........,,,.. 63 ' , - ...,,,,......... 5. 5 ' , - ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,... 70 ' , ............,.......,...,.....,,,. 63 ' . . . , , 7 . , "1 ,,,,,. ..,..,,,,,.,.,.......,,,, 7 8 ' .,..,... 63, .10. 111. 5,1 , ' ,,,.,,,, 77, , 11 118. 124. , 1-9 ' ' ,,,,......,........,... 71 ', ,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,, 70 ' , " ............,...............,. 78 , ,.......,.............. 78 ' ZH , 2' .,.......,,,,,..,.......,.,,,,,. 70 , ' ........................ .. 12 , ' ' ,,..........,......... 78 - ' , ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 -, 63 J , .,,...,,......,,.,,. 63 . ' , : ' ..,..,..... 71 ' ' '2 4 ,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1 , 70 3 , 2 ,..a.,,.,... 71. . 109 ' , ,.....,,,,,..., 78 2 g ' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 63 .',', 2 n .,...,.,,.,...,,.,,,,.,.,., ,.,,.a., 6 3 , ,,,,,,,,,,., 51, 85, 111 ' ' ,,,,,, 61, 63, 81, 82, 110 , ' "' .,,...,.........,, ,,,.,,...... 7 1 , ' ,. S ,, ,.,.....,, 78, 114 2 ,,,,,,, ,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,..,. ,,,, 7 1 1 5 . ' ...,,, ........,,,.. 78 , 52 .,....,,,.,,,.... 71. 95 ' 2 , 2 72 ' ,,,, ,, ,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 63 i , 2 ' .,.,. ,... ,,,,,,..... 7 8 ' . ' - .. ....,, , 27, 1. 95 ' 2 , ' 52 ..,,, ,,...,.,..... 7 0 '. . Q2 ,,,,........ ,,,., . 65. I. 99 . ' , 2 ,,,, ., , 111 Plzageman. Carole ,... ,, 49, 85, 86, Ruehrwein. Diane , .. 38. 51, 53. Schulte, Jo Ann 51, 92, 110, 133 91. 92. 10... 105. 111. 87. 108. 12 . 133 2' ' . -' ' .,..., ,,......,,..,.. . 71 123, 132, 133 . .............................. 63 2 , ..,,.................... 78 ' f , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8, , , , ..,,.....,.....,.. 63. 86. 105 , ,.,,,,,....,,,.,,... 71. 82 , 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,, 49, ,-,133 . I ........,,,.....,,....,,,. 51,113 ' , ,,,,,,,,,,.....,,. - , . 79 , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 70 .........,...,...... 51. 13.. ' , ' .....,,,,,,,...,......,..., 64 ' , ' ,' 2 .... , , .. . ' .................... 71 ' ' , ' .................... 78 10-,111,114, 131. , ,.........,,...... 78. 79.114 . " ', " ......,.,........... 71,107 13-,133 , ' ,.,....... 7. 3 . 42. 51. , - .......... 24, , , 51. , ' '2 ,,,.,,,,,,, 28, ,,126 91, , 3, 95, 111.132, 133 83, , 98,115,135 , ' ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7, , 8., .,,.,,.,,. 78, 113, 114 , v , T ' .,,,,,,,,,..... 64 ,, 10 , ......,,..,...,.., 6.., 63 ' , ' ,..,....,,.,..,..,,. .. 31, 78 ' , , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.a,,,,,,,,, 31, 78 2 ' , ' ......,,,.........,,,, 71.107 . ' , '2 ........,...,..,,..... , 11 - ' , ' .,.......,.,.... 15. 71 ' . 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