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

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About Mercy . . . books . , .classes . . . study. . . a little learning is a dangerous thing . . . many, many "steps" to knowledge . . . ball point pens in style . . . school hours are filled to overflowing. -I2 N N O u OMC!! z11cL'1ncg mu Lk7lOll 31 fnuflon For thlI'lX om xurs F athgr Conmll gh npl un of Maru h IN ULlldL,d md vumrdcd thL -1rls to I ur s lfllllll lLhIk,NLlNCT'llN Flthkr hxs sun suull thousmd vnrls Loma to Nkru IN trpshmgn md Ln lun nt Urldumon nm he hns loud L um IN hls own dnuvhtgr Flthcr Connell IN In n loud lx muh 0 ns d 11121 Lrs IH IS IWLLOIUL suuh 1 pxrt ot 'Vluru th lt no om muld nu lI'l1lUll'1L lt to he thy sums hun Nkllhkilll hllll -Fw ummm? nqqnn.nL, 14 FATHFR THOMAS CONNELL C 111111111111 4740 lprovielecl Ley 7Z1ifAL1l5Pirif11a1!Ij:1fAers 4L s FATHER CARL LIZZA Scrum Rflzgmrz x jx vs NX FATHER WILLIAM BLOME Junior RFIILIOII IJ I I I I I Q 5 I I 5 Vfifggcfut I 2 f ff , X 5 F2-JX?Q,fl?,- I I . I -Ifrdvf UI Y, J I J " XX ' R' A I NP X' SIS'I'IiR MARY JOAN. 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' L l I , f , lp 5 zual, 'er - M I I W 'f -""' "'I I ,ff df' N MISS ELFANOR BARRETT has a senlor honleroonl IS ln expert ln Enellsh 1nd world hlstory goes ln for Lardenlm, and '1 cute boxer nlnled Suz lnne proudly escorts her youn nephew lor wllks cnjovs Qood reldln MISS EILEEN BONEKAMP presldes over 1 sophomore homeroom IHSIFUCIS world hlstorv and journlllsm IS ldvlser lor Gleanlnes comnlutes to school ln D lphne 1 Ren lult D luphlne hopes to see Europe soon MISS JOAN BRUNSMAN keeps lreshmen IH llne telches journ lllSI'I'l 1nd Enellsh ldvlses lor GILAHIHES wlth Mlss B IS 0I'gll1lSI 1t St Jude llkes swlmmlng goes for jewelry md shoes we IFS Contact lenses MRS JEANNE CUNNINGHAM has a treshm 1n homeroom teaches foods classes 1nd l'lOI11CIllllxll'l0 llkes to test unusu ll reclpes does menus for Merev s c1leterla and loods f"'5h M .N W9 .qi ,wi for TV conlnlerclals moderates Red Cross Club MRS KATHRYN GUSWEILER has two prolesslons IS a lawyer as well IS 1 teacher IS well versed IH her helds Enellsh 'md AITICFICAI1 hlstorx has traveled extenslvely ln Europe lttended UC COIUUTIUIH B lrn lrd C MISS MARIE MARTINO llkes lln UILCS teaches Engllsh Sp 1nlsh md French enjovs hlstorle1l novels and cl lsslc 1l 1nd SLITTI cl ISSICII musle glfted wlth a lovelx slnglng VOILC Hrldu lted lrom M 1rl1n College wlb A5495 Sin !F""'r 04 ty QGVQIOP yo fAf lmlnds e1nJxHearfs MR MCCOSHAM physlcal educatlon IS hls speclalty IS on the Executlve Board of Boy Scouts travel CIVIC work baseball and home movles are hls tavorltes QS- MRS MCCOSHAM IS the other halt ol the physlcal ed team swlmmlng lnstructor tor Recreatlon Com OLC flculty as stars Colleen and Kyle 19 MISS DULAH PULSKAMP dramatlcs her SPCCIHIIY has a double speech major from Northwestern Pdftlcul lrly enjoys operl ballet theater also llkes homey VISIIS I . 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Carol Connelly and Bernice Danner. 16119133 AL ggvf JJ! fw J X nowe e e ins wif ovin o ana is or "So let your light shine before men. that they may see your good works and glorify your Father who is in heaven." The light does shine before us in the religion classes here at Mercy. As we study the history and the teachings of the Church, God's laws are revealed to us. Knowing our religion will lead us to love it. Loving our religion will help us constantly to glorify our Father, Always ready to answer any questions tired to her is Carol Schnapp in Father Blomes junior religion class. Are you troubled by splitting intinitiyes? Do 1 dangling participles plague you? Then lVlercy's English classes are your tonic. This treatment will build up a firm resistance to had grammar and strengthen your techniques ol' writing. You will also learn which books are to be tasted. which are to be swallowed and which are to be chewed to transform you into a healthy. robust English major. The therapy ol' developing the mind to an appreciation of line literary treasures consists of an overall study ol' the types of prose and poetry of England and America. You emerge as a healthy English-speaking American and Mercian. Using the Reading Laboratory is a new experience for juniors Sherry Bien, Jo Ann Telgkamp and Donna Jones. Lifcrafzlre, rarnrnar enflolcloljiferczrcy ercians Mary Schumacher. Cheryl Baglan, Penny Petit, .ludy Weisbrod. Rita Hyle and Charlene Tatman look on with eager interest while Louise Hock gives a dramatic reading of her autobiography with the approval of Miss Brunsman. i211 bm A 'imtf -" Columbus discovered America but Diane Weaver "discovers" Alaska for ercians eep Qdlerf jdroug "Memories, memories" oi the turn of the century when high button shoes were in style, and when the world was shocked by the depression of the 30's. Yes, our Mercy students remember these and other facts dating back as far as 2000 B.C. "I-low?" you ask. It's quite simple. They start in world history by learning about people who civilized the worldg then to American history and the famous men and events of early America. In the senior year they explore the wonders of our government. After these "memory" courses Mercy history hunters not only know facts about the past but also what to expect in the future. Debater Gail Widmer proves her point. Opponents Mary Helen Siemer and Beverly MacDonald are set to refute her proposal to outlaw Communism in the United States Mary McDonough and Carol Kleinwaechter ymsfory Classee 'W bb, 2- .. x . Tlx.- Attention, Senoritas. Mademoiselles, Puellael!! "Hola," "Bon jour." "Salvc" mean "hello" to you from the members of the language classes. ln company with the Spanish classes you can travel the "Royal Road," "El Camino Real," and visit Spain with its gay, spirited, holiday fiestas, colorful sombreros, and interesting bulllights. The French classes would rather visit the Eiffel Tower or the Shrine at Lourdes, just a few of the many scenes of picturesque France. As a Latin lover, perhaps you'd prefer to plunge into battle with Caesar and conquer Gaul. Until you decide the i language you like, Adios, Au Revoir, and Vale!! lmitating a Spaniard, Mary Kay Weinkam dons a lovely shawl, Miss Martino and Joyce Daum admire its beauty. oreign anguages gve nowleclge o ations Mcsdemoiselles Paula Widmer and Margie Fischer are pleased with a correct answer given by one of their small pupils in Grade 3. These weekly French lessons are always eagerly anticipated by the Academy classes. Oui! Oui! Are you looking for excitement? lf so, look no further than the Mercy Science Department. Who knows - if you are not careful, you might blow up the lab in chemistry or in biology cut the frog the wrong way. But when you solve a hard problem in physics, you will surely get a feeling of satisfaction. Yes, it is here you find your fellow Mercians and the future scientists of America. With her eyedropper poised for action, Martha Scalise explains to Diane Bachman a few of the many adwantages of the brand new semi-micro equipment for experiments. liyeing the eye from the general scientists' point of view are interested Diane Auel, Linda Gartner and Linda Stertz. cienfisfs rprode fAe gmysferies of ide universe Surrounded by their fine feathered friends and fascinated by this rare variety are sophomore biologists Kathy Grater, Betty Wetta and Jacky Steinbeck. These biology "bugs" will soon know the wonderful mysteries of the bird world, Train leaving for Mathlandl Last call lor Miss Mercy. Tickets to he purchased for the small price of a little study and hard work. First on the agenda is a trip to the land of Algebra I. Here live the challenging x's and y's that combine to equal z's. Next the tour features a quick trip to Plane Geometry Town. Waiting to greet all guests are Mr. and Mrs. Triangle who will now provide a grand expedition through their spherical plane. Friendship is waiting after a pleasant visit with the Formula Family. Then go on to Algebra II and Trigonometry, where any and all will find the complete satisfaction of knowing they have learned much in these lands of advanced math. Whether it's a parallel or perpendicular freshman math students Carol Franke and Beth Busam will soon know. fwA1'le iAe afAemafician5 Solve qleir rodlems ls this 4th year math or an art lesson? Ruth Behrens and Mary Juengling agree it's math and quite difficult. As lan Fischer explains the intricacies ol a geometry problem. Angela Valentine scems to disagree with her. - 25 .. ff, .5 5 1 s a ' ' sg 351 V15 '20 J I3 QD ' rfl- f- 100 nee emzfiy U1 un- ana e 27 I-X , ,sag WAY' While Rosemary Trefzger delicately constructs her papiermache and Gayle Willenbrink remarks that the Leaning Tower of Pisa never before looked this good. Judy Nelson is content to just make something. Does it gobble. possibly? Paint. some paint brushes, an easel. a group of eager and talented girls . . . Combine all of these things and you have any one of the many art classes here at Mercy. lt may be freshmen just beginning to explore the vast held ot' art or the sophomores designing posters. Again. it may be the juniors molding eeramies or seniors doing the work of their ehoiee. At all times ol' the day you will find the art room alive with activity. Little kindergarten people with perfect profiles make pretty models for the artistic hands of Margaret Lind and Ellen Marshall as they learn to make silhouettes. ufure ornenfa eer5 Do l hear a baby crying in Room 2067 Do high school girls still play with doll houses? The answers are "yes" and "no", Yes, you're likely to hear a baby crying because the Homemaking ll classes are taking a course in child care. And, no. high school girls are not playing with doll houses, but practicing interior decorating on a miniature scale. You may even have smelled the wonderful aroma of the cookies that the foods classes baked for P.T.A. These are just three of many ways that Miss Mercy learns homemaking. earn any sefill Xi "Babys" first bath presents no real difhculty for junior Lynda Dorrington as she gently washes his head under the watchful eye of Miss Runge, Red Cross instructor. "That soup smells good," comments Mrs. Cunningham as cooks. Linda Gartner and Charlene Heid stir on and on. Cheese sticks pipin' hot will soon be served by Janet Solomon with Kathy Schultz and Monica Schaefer's help. H' ' ul 'w :ug ? t ii sun 1-Q'-1 ua. Q, 4. 'f -df-M1 if 'LF sz gm 'll wen., f',',"-4'-L-4.i,z1 W I Accolu "' """1ff fl "' sou v ... "' 'I se' 'K - L fr swswh. N.xfm.m.,w 35 Ln neun, -Q,-5 Sfzrelelafs offjiockvty f' re How many words do you master a minute in typing or take in dictation? The Mercy girls who are considering a business career attend sessions for typing, shorthand, bookkeeping and ollice practice. The continuous click, clack of the typewriter and the conscientious work done by scores of busy business-minded students are reasons why so many successful secretaries come from Mercy. Adding machine-user Phyllis Hauser pauses to check the new bookkeeping work sheet charts with Margie Koenig. Q 4 onaorrow 5 ccrcfarzcs Taking recorded dictation helps Christine Canning and JoAnn Weitz increase their speed in writing shorthand. Seniors Patricia Schannes and Nancy Spanagel practice using the dictaphone as classmates transcribe letters. Up. up and over goes sophomore Darrall McCann as she and Toni Licht do some "tumbling aroundn in gym class. f' gihfcy an Cydgihfiy Excited Mcrcians haul those balls, bases, and bats to the ball diamond. The deciding pitch is whirling through the air and . . . it's a hit. Meanwhile, back in the gym the ping pong pros are chalking up another victoryg the basketball "stars" are showing their speed and dexterity in passing and in shooting. So goes another typical gym class. Chalk up one for Barbara Bouck's team as she imitates "Big O" at the free-throw line in a gym-time thriller. "Ping!" Mary Rose Freeman cautiously returns a serve while partner Barb Bouck is alert for the next play. 'WLTF Box hockey players Margie Fischer and Mary luengling demonstrate their skill in handling the miniature puck owzdine in yin Classes 4 s J' Around the world. . . to India . . . President Eisenhower welcomed by President Prasda in New Delhi . . . Across the nation . . . the President and Queen Elizabeth dedicate the St. Lawrence Seaway . . . About Mercy . . . Seniors witness the latest . . . stereo replaces Hi-Fi . . . contact lenses are the rage . . . shoes are pointed . . . little cars create big news . . . everything is 6'cool." -30 'fT..:QWiI SENIORS -, il ,.- 7, I Father Connell gives Holy Communion to devout seniors as they begin another year of prayer. work and study. "May You Always," the theme song of the class of '60, will always bring back memories to its members. Turning the pages of yesteryear, they will recall that long-awaited class ring that brought them their note of distinction. Then minds will wander to the festive occasions that filled their holidays M- the gaily decorated Christmas Ball and the Junior-Senior prom. Memories will ever be enlivened with the merrymaking and cooperation that went into their class play "The Wedding Shoes." But all too soon other memories will fade as they remember their graduation night. - Pening ioctl ass anclglecfions "l just love your Dutch costumesl' exclaims senior homeroom president, Barbara Huth as the other presidents. Joan Wright. Joanne Hendy, Carol Trauth. Carol Oliver, Pat Sciarra and Toni Marks, smile their wholehearted approval. ,ft ALBERTA ACKMAN 2275 Schoedmger S1 Bunuunrzzrt BowImg4 CSMC I 3 4 GleeCILb ELAINE ADAM 4341 St Mtrtxn Pliee SI Marlin Business Club 4 CDI 4 CSMC 3 4 Crlee C 2 3 Health C treers I SDS JANET MARY ALBRIGHT 7074 Adims Rotd Attllllllillflll Busmess Club 4 GAA 7 Cnlee Club I SDS 3 MARY ALICE AMORINI 1480 Collegewood I me St Mulg,ur1!'llurx IC I 7 3 4 Glee Clu fl sgill iv "QI" CM alt! JILL Beqlnnlng ffjlovfggpecla ear gk wa ' ' -150- .dl Q' 'CY DIANA ANGNER 3330 Dirtmouth Drlve .Sl Murtm Annu1lSt1ff 3 4 CSMC I 2 3 4 Mxsquc 81 Gavel 3 4 Sclence Club 7 Clsss Vxce President 3 Treasurer 4 CLAIRE RITA ASBROCK 6847 Grace Avenue St Murgurf1Marv Busmess CIub4 CSMC I 7 3 -1 Class Vlce Presldentl JOYCE BACHMAN 4650 Rtce Rotd St Aloyszux C1011 uga L 4 CSMC I 4 GleeC b 3 4 Hea Cireersl 7 3 4 Safety Club 7 3 SDS 2 3 Sodalltw 3 4 McAuIey Club l President 7 Class Vice Pres1dent4 PATRICIA ANN BACK I6l9 Sutter Avenue St Leo CSMC I 7 3 4 GAA7 Glee CIub4 MARILYN BARKALOW 796l Bridgetown Road St Irmplz N0r1l1BLnd CDI 4 CSMC I 7 3 4 Glee Club 7 Masque8zG1veI 3 4 NCTC 3 4 SDS Z PATRICIA ANN BARTEL 4779 Mrtrcrest Drive St Almsrus Con ara 4 CSMC I 4 GA G b llbrary Club President 4 Red Cross Rep 4 SDS 3 McAuley Club 7 Class Treasurer 3 33 ' 3 1 ' . 2, ., 1 ' 1 I.A I ' 6 . - . iz ' 14' A 1 .II ' y . g . g I, 2. .. 1 ' ' lub ' ' 3 I, , g -2 'z Q g I. 2, A Y "4-N , Q- N F M I ,f . vf if Y v I , ll ' IZ -1 ' ' .2:.'... ui. ' " ' .2 " ' I H' f I' 1.-7 CSIN A , -. .. 1 ' -- ' h 3. P- f sr e e ' ' o ' y C ls HIE Illll H 1 1 - I ' I . . , . 3 - Q I NCTC 3,4 4g Red Cross Rep. 1g.SDS 2, 3, 4: Sodality 43 , E! h I 'L , .'.' ' 1 ' I , -, ,. ': ' ' 3 . I mn I W Pls ' tk . I ff. ,I T. " 1 'W I fff'l A f . 2 z . Z' Y ,V CD 1 ' ' , 2, 3, 1 lu I, , 1 lth 1 Q. X A .. . , -. . . -A -I .1 2 f , W . . -, , . -, . 'L PII Il :ff V 4 -J , I I -I I 2 A A -. 1 ' ., 1 .. I h A V . ' A ' . - 'sr Cflgl .I . I . , D ' ' A 3 In V A . , , -, 3, , A 2. lee Clu 1, 2, 3, MQ A 1 ' ' . ' V" ' H I l A I M i I -. , . AQ 3-'E' ff" 'QP ifr- CATHERINE BAUMCJARTINI-R 1141 I-pworth Aaenue SI Cfarlzauznt MC I 1 1 4 Mtsque 8.Gaul1 Taeasuacr-I N 1 4 Red Cross R p I SDS 1 1 -1 Sodalaty 4 Sue Le b1 Class lILlSIlIL. KATHLEEN BEAL 1091 Nelsel Auntie Cjlll Iualx of Lnnaala x S tant Stephen HaLh Sehool C lexel and I Busmess Club MC 1 MARY .IO BECKER 1816 Applegate Avenue lwllfflll wlmg I BL aness Club 4 CSMC I 1 1 llll'll0F Mhaexement 1 N1tAulu Club I BARBARA ANNE BEESTEN 8174 Royil Heaehts Drave Sr Ama Summat Countrw Dav MC Health C aaeeas 1 Vace Presadcnt 4 Masque 81 Caaxel NCTC 1 4 SDS 1 4 Sodalaty 1 Vice Prefeet 4 RUIH ANN BEHRENS 1741 St M artan Pl me SI Haulua CSMC I 1 1 4 GleeClubI Projectaomst 1 4 SDS 1 Sodalaty 4 MeAulu C lub 1 JUNE BEIERSDORFER 781-1 M aatln Staeel Axxamaptama MC I C1 I Paojeetaonas s Sodalaty 1 Theta Aat Clalb Vace Presadent 4 Seaenu Club 1 Mc-Nulex Club 1 LWIOV QCLIVC LU' V107 UVCJ C1055 ln .9 1' it-rg far-an PATRICIA BEISEL 19I1 Hardang Menue SI Harlan Busmess Club -I CSMC' I 1 1 4 TERESA ANN BERTKE 1816 North Bend Road St 'Vlartan Bowlmg4 CSMC I 1 1 4 Glee Club I 1 Masque 8: C nel 1 Presadent 4 NC IC 1 4 Projectaonasts 1 4 SDS 1 3 Sod alatv 4 Vace Prefeet 1 McAuley Club 1 Class Treasurer l C I ass Secrettry 1 Class Vace Pr dent 4 .IUDITH ANN BESL 94Ii C"1ndv Lfane St Vu an Busaness Club 4 CSMC1 I 1 1 4 Glee Club I 1 SDS I GAIL MARION BIEN 1811 Rosebud Drave Om Lady of Loazrdu CSMCI 1 3 4 Junaor Achaevement 3 Proyectaonasts 3 4 SDS I 1 McAuley Club I Class Treasurer 1 Secretary 3 X' 1 V -4 Q 1 Q . 'I 1 zz ' ' 1' .. ' :NCTC H V w ,. 1 1 ' . e. 1. .-,.. :Q 2' z."'n" gn. ' Y ' C'Iu -1 'z .'.' J "r 3. 1, I' 'Q' ' 41c's '-, 3, I L 1 -lg! , . 2 .SI..' .Q:.: Y 4 Bo" : as' ,, ' 1 . ' .-.,,4:. ' I. 6- -' ' ' -1 1 ' 'j . I I 'T llnn 3 , . ' 1 1, - I: CS ' I. 2. 3, 4: 2 'a E, ' ,' 1 1: f 4: ' f ' .. 1, 4 3 1' . A S V , .-...': 3' 1" .'s,,:, .-: , 5 f 1 ' ' 1 ' 'Q ' -. 'fs I , N' al cs 3 . 2. 3. Eli 'ace Club 1 3, 41 ll..,':, .1 1' f .L 1 ' ' 'f ' 1 " . .,,.j- 5' I-" , ' ' ' I :.. , 71" 1' ., 1 ' ' 1 I .. Q .K . . -, g H, . ' ,L . -3 - 'z .'.' ai 2 ' ay. 1 .2 esa- , - 1 . ' . "i in G , ,A . .. . .-,,. . ,-. . , H 1 M . Wien? I T. T V . . 1 I . . , It 134- CHRISTINE BLESSING , 36-18 Paramount Ridge SI.lun1c.s ' ' . Y '- - 5 sf. Business Club 4: CSMC I. 2. 3. -11 SDS 3: Class '5' I W' 'E Secretary 4. it' 5 ' IRENE MARIE BLESSING if If , ' . 69l7 Lois Drive SI. ,lIti1'yul'z'tlliury LZ, Qs Q. Business Club 4: CSMC l. Z. 3. 4: Health Careers I. Z1 i f it ii SDS Z. 3: Class Secretary 3 I ARLENE ELIZABETH BLINKHORN 3967 Carrie Avenue S1.Mur!in , nh. Q Business Club 4: CDL 4: CSMC I. 2. 3. 4: French Club . A' 3. 4: Glee Club 2, 4: Health Careers 2. 3. 4: SDS 1. 2, 3: ' V5 "Wit"- Sodality 3. 4: McAuley Club l: Class Treasurer l: Vice I- A President Z. D IG J' A JUDITH BOLIA ' 5F-- l,,, 6239 Taylor Road sf. fmt. .A L IAV' Business Club 4: CDL 4: CSMC I. Z. 3, 4: Glee Club A H.. 2. 4: Junior Achievement 3: SDS l. 3 ' ' s,,.,,, Xu gl ESTELLE ANN BONAVENTURA 3465 Mayfair Avenue Sl.Mur1in Bowling l: Business Club 4: CSMC I. 2. 3. -1: Glee Club l: McAuley Club l. JEANNE BONE 61 I7 Charity Drive .S'l.lntlc St. Thomas Aquinas, Florissant. Missouri 21 CDI. 4: CSMC I. 3. 4: French Club 3, Secretary 4: Cilee Club l: Junior Achievement 3: Theta Art Club 4. ' a. sglwllggg lgfessevl Ay rj-afAer Connellb Consecrafecl xjfanch Watched over by Our Lady. Mother of Mercy. Judy Schaich. Kathy Quatman. Donna Massman and Antoinette Marks receive their long-awaited class rings from Father Thomas Connell. Betsy Carroll and Elaine Byrne help the Chaplain, is 0- -Os W: fav' Q77 Zn G has-f QF'--, ROS? MARY BOSSE 3360 lessup Ro Id St Janus sinus Club 4 CSMC I C CI1 I Cross Rep 4 BARBARA BOUCK Box I33 RR 'I Thunder Ro Id SI Jmtph A121111 Html Business Club 4 C SMC 4 Glec C lub 3 'VIARY LOUISE BOURQUE 3380 Hirry lu. I Ine 51 Ann Holy Name Hrgh Sehool eveltnd I 3 Bow NIC 2 4 CIA CIEORGANINE VIRGINIA BRACKMAINN 6437 Greenfield Dune Ill MC I 4 I-ren h Club 3 4 Glee Club I He Club 4 McAulu Club I runfafzon .3-Day an VILVIJAP CM al DIANE BREHM 7040 I IBOIICIUX Avenue SSI llurgunl Vary MC I 7 alth C ueers I 4 SD JOYCE ANNE BRESSLFR 440 Dexnvlew Drive :mln RCglI'llHlgl1 Sehool I 3 3 Annu1lSt1ff 4 CSMC I 'I 4 GAA I JUDITH ANN BUDDE 3366 Prckbury Drxve Om Lmlx UfI.0lHl1'CS' Bowlmgl 'I CSMC1 3 3 4 Glee Clubl 7 4 Muslc C Ib 4 SDS I 3 Sodalnty 3 4 Theta Art Club 4 Sclence Club Treasurer 2 Cl iss Treasurer I MARGARET ANN BURKE 9740 Tlmrrelt C ourt Our Lmlx of I omdes Reyna Hugh School I Busmess Club 4 CDI 4 CSMC I 3 4 Glu: Club " 4 Jumor Achrevement 3 MARY JO BUSAM 3987 lovell Avenue SI Martin Busmess Club 4, CSMC I, 7, 3, 4 SDS 3 Dehdung I DONNA ELIZABETH BUTTELWERTH 204' Harkness Street St Leo CDL 4 CSMC' I, ", 3, 4 GAA " GLEANINGS Staff 3, Editor 4, Glee Club 1, 3, Latm Club 3, President 4, SDS 3, 4, Sclence Club 2. Class Presldent I, Treasurer 4 36 42: .Im fi 'WY if gms 47 ui! BS. ,W iv 'G' Q 'K KF K ' , Buf - ' 'z I ' . 2, 3. 41 'ilcc ' Ib 3 Red 3 "- rx, ' 'A I. , ., - U s. ' -2 ,, .., . 24' ' , - ,. - - - . , - I I v " . . - . .,. I 'hi . ,. J 0 f, , , -:I ::: :P .1 fp, i W KK C' f m.: ,f- -- 2 .1 ' Q . A ,C .H 5, 2 H - Clf ez . -1 'Img A A ,I "Q 41c'sI Q 1, 2, .. 1 ' A 3.4. ,, , I , i V YA f w- ,S S ' A' '- sf. V "lm M 3 ' A' CS ' .2. 3. 1 "' e ' .. L ' 1 ulth Curccrs 3: Real Cross Rep. 3. 4: SDS Z, 3: Theta Art Q '- , , , - 'e ' Sees y 3 5 i 5 Cl e C C CS ' .-,3,4gHe' ,z.3, 1. sz,3. 'A J, ,g t..,, K. 2 ' I ' S,.v-- ' 3 A. '-by va: :z: :s: :.: i Q' 'C ' Z, A as.,-W 'll 1 I - , 1 ' 4, L ' Q , t,. . . v z 1 . L S 1 . 1 . 'Y . -, " . ' ' , 9 'S 'S ' 4-'s 5 - - A, PEI :lf :lf .' Big sisters and little sisters alike receive the rules of the school on Freshman Orientation day. Rose Bosse and Mary Helen Siemer pass on the "good word" to Carol Ward and her new "little sister," Patricia Kreinest. Smiles all around S cjxgig Ssfersii eef fjzeir ciiffle S'sfers,, ELAINE BYRNE 3360 Meyer Place St.Cu1lmrine CSMC I, Auditor 2, Treasurer 3, President 4: Glee Club l, 2. 3: Masque 8: Gavel 3, 4: NCTC 3. 4: Sodality 3, 4: Science Club 2: McAuley Club President 2: Class Presi- dent 3. CHRISTINE CANNING 1851 Bising Avenue St. Margurc! Mary Business Club 4: CSMC I, 2, 3, 41 Health Careers 2g SDS 1, 2, is if 41 BONNIE CARNEY 6564 Edwood Avenue St. Vivian Seton High School l. Z: CSMC 3. 4: Spanish Club President 4. CAROL MARGARET CARNEY 3898 Chatwood Court Snlmle Bowling l, 25 Business Club 4g CSMC l, 2, 3, 4: GAA 2g GLEANINGS Staff 3, 4g Glee Club 1: SDS 3: Science Club 2: McAuley Club 2: Class Secretary 1. MARY ELIZABETH CARROLL 2657 Leda Court Sl. Cutlmrinc CSMC I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l. 2. 3, 4: SDS 2. 3: Sodality Treasurer 3. 4: Science Club President 2: McAuley Club 2. GAIL ANN COLLINS 5573 Jessup Road S1.Jame.s Notre Dame Academy, Covington, 1, 23 CSMC l. 2. 3. 4: French Club Secretary 3: President 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: SDS 3: Sodality Prefect 31 Class Vice President 3: Treasurer 4, F as K' g es li 3 .71 0 26 M . 'js be ig ks J' ,V Ah'-2 X :VVZ C. CAROL JEAN CONNELLY 8080 Nieman Drive St. Vivian CDL 4: CSMC l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l: Junior Achieve- ment 3: SDS Z .3. 4: Sodality 3, 4 LOIS MARY COOK 3856 Virginia Court S1.ludz' Bowling l. 2, 3: CSMC l. 2, 3, 41 Glee Club 2, 3. Q4- , MARY ANN COONEN E: 5 .3 A f K. ., 5556 Lcumas Drive St. lgnuiius , ,M 1 CDI, 4: CSMC l, 2. 3. 4: Health Careers l, 2, 32 " T J g Projectionists 3, 4: SDS 2, 3. -,gf ..,.x KAREN JEAN CUN1 ""' lf It ' 3637 Allview Circle Our Lady of Lolzrdvx Bowling 3: CSMC I. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Junior " 4 gk Achievement 3: SDS 2, 3: Sodality 4: Spanish Club 41 . McAuley Club I. J , J .Q-' BERNICE MARY DANNER i Q 2176 Amor Place St. Buliuvwiture A - Business Club 4: CSMC I, Z. 3, 4: Junior Achievement 3. ' vlbu K 3 MARY HELEN DAUGHERTY V6 J Q 4438 Harding Avenue St. Aloyxius Gonzaga j JAN it , Q A csivlc 1. 2,3.41Glee Club 1. f .1 fj' zssaon ay row es fAe :me for esfzvlhes "Get 'em here!" says Peggy Schloemer. as Joyce Bachman and Mary Ellen Weber discuss plans to boost the sale of chances on the transistor radio, M. Reise and J, Feller accept C. Robb's splendid donation to Mercy's mission days. aft 'QB' 64 clfpresenf fAe Qloloorfunlfcy PATRICIA ANN DUNAGAIN 1544 Adams Road ASllHHf7fl0ll Mt Healthy Hagh School l 7 CSMC 3 4 GAA l 7 GAIL ANN DUWEL 3055 Ve azey Avenue Our Lutla nflmmlu MC l 7 3 SD 7 3 Soda MARY ANN ECKES 3595 Semloh Avenue Sf imma S Paul Hash Sehool St Petersburg Florada I 7 3 Bowlang 3 CSMC 4 Glee Club l 7 Z 4 Health C areers Iabrary C lub 4 Sod alaty 3 4 Spanash Club 'VIARY LOU EGBERS 3594 Werk Road Our Lada vfL011rzlcs Busaness Club 4 CSMC l 7 3 4 GAA 7 Glee Cl b I 7 SDS 7 3 Scaence Club 2 MARILYN GAYLE DAVIS H1558 Mall Road C nrpm C larutz Business C lub 4 C SMC I 7 3 4 GAA 7 Glce Club SDS 3 DOROTHY IRMA DEE 7l76 Selam Avenue St Bllllllllllfllll MC I 7 1 4 Clec Club I McAuley Club 7 T X C lub 4 SANDRA CONNIE DI CIERO 3481 Craag Avenue Busaness Club l CSMC ath Careers l 7 DIANA DOLL 3744 Glenmore Avenue Busmess Club 4 CSMC St Martin 7 3 4 GAA I Glee Club SD a 7 3 McAuley Clubl .St Marian 4 Glee Club I IO ANN DRAGAN 3513 Metdow Avenue B wlang 3 4 Busaness Club 4 CSMC l 3 4 ab 7 YVONNE ANGELA DUBACH 3749 Moonradge Drlve St Jude CSMC l 7 3 4 Glee Club l Heealth Careers 1 S! Murtzn Musle Club 3 4 Orehestra 7 3 4 SDS 7 3 Sodealaty 3 4 Seaenee Club 7 CH-e4o GM er: W' Hanan 7975 3-G 'C' 1""7 39 .' , ' . ' ' . . , ' 7, il' CS ' . -. ,. 1 3 ' .1 1 7 -15 hetu Q 'A af Fl l . , :gl M ! . :'. I ' 1 ' l, -, ., 1 : l: M Heal Sz 1. . -, 31 S '. -. 1 ' . Al l " ' In 7 1 I, 2, 3, 1 . i . SIRI IA ::: ::: +11 :s: :. I thy: 7 V E X Y A 3, 1 ,j YV If 0 ' . , 1 .',' ' 1 ' 3 , 2, , , L Glce Q , W 7 Cll -, 3, 4. I a ll S' 7 ,...., 1 ' 1 I . ,2,l3,4g will I F h Z K' v'x ll I H. C. 5,24 'A n 5 f ' fo ' W I - . Z ,' ' ,. A ' 'ev ,A ,f 'L V. P N Q , , , , , 45- ' ' CS ' .-, 3, 4: Glee Club l, 2. .1, S -. ,1. :lily "" IV ! 53 3- 4- -", ala.l,,.' I 1- v 11: ::: :1: 2:1 'lr M' . I r. 1 'Y ' ,.. v, ..-Wiz A I l:.' zu' 1, 11-IP:,'.7l4,l I 3 C i A , gi gh V -kg .'.' 2 ' . -, ., I -Il u .-s- . -, 5 ' . ajmf I eniors 7QL4n3'e we le MARY EILEEN ELLERT 2001-H W'wood-Northern Blvd. Our Lady of Presentation CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g McAuley Club 2. PATRICIA MARY ELLIS 4128 St. Martin Place 51. Marlin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4g Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Health Careers 4g SDS 2, 3, X LINDA EMMERICH 2018 Dallas Avenue St. Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4gGLEAN1NGS Staff 33 Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Health Careers 3, 4g SDS 2, 3g McAuley Club 2. BETTY ENGST 3076 North Bend Road St. Ignatius Business Club 4, CSMC l, 2, 3,41SDS 2, 3. 'lf .IUDITH ANN ESPELAGE 2184 Clara Street St. Bonaventure Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 4g CSMC 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ANN FERGUSON 6226 Stella Street St. Vivian Business Club 4, CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Health Careers 3. AearfeJ6y in fo x 5' S' .,,. 'WE 5 322, mags Z Ms N 'Ig YS M ..40-. D. Massman. J. Budde, C. Murphy and K, Owens turn in their posters for the Safety Institute contest to the delegate. Patricia Smith. cfivifies , ,aw f t 3 1 . . rt, Q." if iil 1 CAROLE ANN FILIPPINE 3346 I-eltuty Drum SI C utlzmme slness Club 4 CSMC l 4 Crle C l Cross Rep 3 SDS 3 MARGARET CAROL FISCHER 3784 Bro idwell Avenue St Marnn CSMC l 7 3 4 French Club 3 TICISUFCT4 GAAI 7 Jlec Club 4 Hetlth C nreels l 3 4 Red Cl Rep 7 JILL FLANAGAN 3998 North Bend Rotd SI Murnn Business Club 4 CSMC 7 3 4 Glee Club I 7 SDS KATHLEEN ANN FOX 4413 R ICCVICW Avenue Bowlmg I 7 CSMCI 7 3 4 GLFANINGS Staif 3 Red Cross Rep 7 4 Pres1dent3 SDSI 7 3 Spanish Club Treasurer 4 Class V1ce Presldent 7 .Sl Alnuulxf an 111,11 QP' 'T nfemng ssaly, osfer anvlsafefty onfegf MARTHA FRANKE 7753 Powell Drlve St Catlmnne Bowl1ng7 3 CSMCI 7 3 4 French Club 3 GLEAN INGS Stiff 3 Asslslant Fdltor 4 McAuley Club l C I ui President 1 7 CAROL ANNE FRANZ 4340 Schmkal Road CDL4 CSMC l 7 3 4 Glee Club4 Lxbrtry Club 4 SDS l 3 Sp tnlsh Club 4 Our Ludv of I mmtzon MARY JUDITH FRANZ 7906 Woodrow Avenue Sl Cathurzne Bowlmg 3 CSMC1 2 3 4 GleeClub1 7 3 4 Jumor Achlevement 3 SDS 4 Spanlsh Club 4 A Cappella Group 4 MARY ROSE FREEMAN 8159 Bhnchetta Drxve St Ann Busmess Club 4 CSMC l 7 3 4 Glee Club I SDS 3 l'hct1 Art Club 4 BARBARA FREY 4376 St Martm Plwce St Martzn Busmess Club 4, CSMC 1, , , 4 Glee C b , , Jumor Achievement 3 CELESTE FREY N704 Cheviot Road St James CSMC I, 7, 3, 4 French Club 3, Vlce Presldent 4, Vasque 8: Gavel 4, NCTC 4, SDS 3, Theta Art Club Secretary 4, Science Club 7 C A nga Wu ra Q W ,f elif 1 Cm ' 'bb 'MP' A405415 eager fo Low gi s JLDITH FREY SWR North Bend Roxd S1 IUIUIIHI CSMC I 'I I 4 French Club 3 4 NCTC 3 Red Cross Rep 4 SDS I KATERI ANNE FREY 1065 North Bend Road S! lkllllfllfl 1ppell14 CSMC I " W Cross Rep 4 Snfetv Club 7 SDS I 1 4 MARY IREN E GALLAG HER 304 Blddle Avenue .St 1011117111 Bupllxl IC I 4 Gle C 'I Health C tree I'het1 Art Club 4 CAROL ANN GALLINA 2960 R ice Ro 1d S! Almvms C011 um Busmess Club 4 CSMC I " I 4 Jumor Achnevement I EILEEN GAVIN N751 Brldgetown Road Sl Jude slncss Club 4 CSMC I " CIC C Health C lrcers 7 Red Cross Rep I SDS '7 MARY LOU GEBHARD 7437 Clover Crest Drlve St Ann Secretqry 3 Vafltllde for AGU' HXllVle5 JULIANA GEHLING 1764 Aurorx Avenue St AIULSIIIS Cum nga Annunl Stiff 'I I Assocntc Pdltor 4 CSMC I ' He alth C trecrs ' S xfetv Club 'I SDS ' Science C lub ' NANCY LEE GERDES III86 Plneknot Drlve Cflll Ludx of V1c 1018 nual St ff CSMC I Hellth Cnreers 'I Junlor Achlexement 'I 4 Red Cross Rep 2 Vlce Pres 4 McAulex Club I " JEAN MARIE GILBOW 4980 Sunny Woods Line .Sf 12111111115 St Benedxct Hugh School Cambrndge Ohlo I So uh Charleston Hugh School Charleston West Vlrgmxx 7 1 Busmess Club 4 Glee Club I KATHLEEN GLEASON 195' Blehl Avenue S1 Jlllfl CDI 4 CSMC I 7 '4 4 GLIMANINCJS Staff 2 4 Cllec Club l 7 3 Health Cwreers I " Lntm Club Trewsurcr 3 Masque 81 Gavel I Vlce Presndent 4 NC IC 1 4 Red Cross Rep I Sxfety Club I Vncc Prcsldent 'I SDS I 'I '4 Sod lllty '4 4 McAule5 Club I ' Class Presndent I 'I 3 Vlce President 4 qi jj? . Q .. W . - A Ck 2 1 ' ' . 2. 3. 4: Glce Club I. -. .1 Red ' ., 1. L.: ' -3 .2... . 'll , I. . . 2' .I ,kmyv Z 5' . .H CSIN . Z, 3. 1 e 'lub I. L: ' 'z rs I: . 5 , .1 X ' L ' , F R11-xi ' 1 ' ' , -, 3, 4: ee ,lub 2, 3, V Business Club 43 CSMC I, 2, 3, 4g Science Club 2: Class , ,W My ' . . 4 . 1 ' . .' ' Z 1 I a 2 -,,, 'z'1' :I T ,-,3,41 gs , , 'CT' V, An I , tt 21 ' ' , 2, 3, 41 one Club 1, 2. 3, 41 . of I , , , I 1 ' I , . ' ' . . ' ' , ' , Q L I oils: S f ' , ' I 1 S ' "1 4. 2: , 9 A ', C 'Q '- Q 4 Q w i A " N MN- 2" .1 L: 'S -:L'z .'.' uh' h -Z . Q. ' - -42.. BARBARA ANN GRIFFIN 6654 Taylor Road Sz, Jmlz- A , , cesmc' 1. 2. 3, 4. one Club 1. 1. 3, 4. sus 1. 2. Spanish Club 4. - 21 SN MARLANA ANNE GROEN ' X 3040 Coral Park Drive Our 1.1111-vuf l,u11nl1',x . Bowling l. 2, 31CDl. 4. CSMC l. 2. 3. 4: French Club 3: GAA l, 2, 3, 4: Junior Achievement 3: Projeclionists ' 1, 'K 3: SDS 2g Science Club 2. ,M A- DF lf PATRICIA SUE GROGAN 3058 Belden Court Our Lat!-v of l.n1ml1'.1 lg, me A Bowling l, 21 CSMC I, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club I: Projection- ists 3, Treasurer 43 SDS l, 2, 3: Science Club Z. . if " Uhr ck ., 49 JANA GUE 71110 Noble Avenue .s'f..1l111,1g111-1,1,vfiif-1 , .. , fy Business Club -1: CSMC l, Z, 3. 4, em.. BARBARA ANN GUTJAHR -' Q 4321 St. Martin Place 51. Martin Business Club 4: CSMC I. 2. 3, 4: Glee Club l. 2. 4: ,FV A 6 . Red Cross Rep. 4. V -Y DONNA KAY HALL 33 ' 4271 Race Road SI. Alnysilrs Cimizugu ' ' ,f - , Bowling 25 Business Club 4: CSMC l. 2, 3. 4: Glee Club I: Junior Achievement 3g SDS 3: McAuley Club 2. "H Sf11Jenfs repare ome ecessifies or fAe vfheetlcy Patel-ting old clothes for the needy as their good deed for Thanksgiving are Lee Sutter, Judy Price, Rita McHugh, Barbara Beesten. HG.. 1? .RK MARY KAY HALL 2001 C ix miuph Avenue Sr Cutlmzim Bowling I Business Club 4 CSMC l 1 3 4 Glee Cl h ARLEINE HAMMERLE 1431 NIIIITICI1 Avenue .St Cutlmfim Bovilln24 CSMC 1 1 1 4 GAA4 GleeCIubI 1 4 Jumoi -Xehiexement 1 Red Cross Rep 1 SDS Spinish Club 4 CYNTHIA HARRINGTON l700 Melvin C lrcle A uumptmn C SMC I 1 1 4 Glee C lub l Projectlonlsts 1 4 Thetl Art C lub 4 Seience Club 1 NIcAulLV C lub 1 LAURIE I-IALLETT 5341 Green Acres Court SI Almsms Gon uQu Sl Marv Springs Acwdemx Fond Du I ic Wisconsin l 1 I ihertxulle Fremont High School Illinois 1 CSMC 1 Z GAA I 1 3 Spanish Club 3 Sfrevllac fjjype Ofkmll-IC Sveefgy rplayecl MM -vIv4qt 'iw--Y 3 mi.: ev JOAN I-IASTELL 4111 Homel iwn Avenue .Sl AImsi11sG0n nga BusinLssClub4 CSMC 1 1 1 4 Glec Clubl 1 SDS1 PHYLLIS SUE I-IAUSER 7808 Werner Avenue Avsumptzon CSMC l 1 1 4 Heilth Careers 1 4 SDS 3 Spanish C lub 4 JO ANN HECKMULLER 1801 Applegxte Avenue St Martin CSMC l 1 3 4 Junior Achievement 3 Sodalitv 3 MeAulev Club 1 JOYCE HEEG 1743 Frondorf Avenue Sf Aloyszus Con asa Boulmgl CSMC1 1 1 4 GAAI Junior Achlewement 1 PFOQICCIIOIIISIS 4 Red Cross Rep 1 SDS1 1 3 4 Sod ility 1 4 McAuley Club 1 VIRGINIA HEISTER 8951 Livingston Road St. James Business Club 4g CSMC 1 - 3 4: Junior Achievement 3' Red Cross Rep. 4' Science Club 2. MARY CAROL HEMSTEGER 3725 High Point Avenue Sf. Cmhgring CSMC1 2 3 4. M Mlddendorf accompanies and D Angner and I Holley llsten as B Nelhelsel toots her flute for St Cecllla if iA Ar on Saznf Ceclba 5 easf ay .IOANNE HENDY 6784 Brldgetown Road Our Lady of thc Vzsztutzon CSMC I 2 3 4 GLEANINGS Staff 3 4 Glee Club I 2 latm Club 3 Treasurer 4 Library Club 4 Masque 84 Gavel Sergeant at Arms 4 NCTC 3 4 Projectlomsts fir, 3 4 Red Cross Rep I 2 3 SDSI 2 3 Pres1dent4 Clzss Presndent I 2 4 Treasurer 3 GEORGIA ANNE HENNEKES 3788 Montana Avenue St Martzn Annu'1lStaff 2 Bowlmgl 2 CSMC 2 3 4 Club 4 SDS I 2 3 Class Secretary 2 WPOQV KATHY ANN HERBERT 2:4 g 3331 Jessup Road St James RITA HEUERMAN 3448 Alta Vlsta Avenue Sl Martm CSMC I 2 3 4 French Club 3 GAA 2 Treasurer 3 Pres1dent4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Masque 8: Gavel 3 4 NCTC 3 4 SDS 2 3 Class Treasurer 4 ARLEEN HEYOB Q- 3519 Schwartze Avenue Our Lady of Lourdes Bowling 2 CSMC l 7 3 4 Q":r JUDITH HOENEMEYER 3823 Blehl Avenue SI Jude CSMC I 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 Health Careers 2 Safety Club 2 3 SDS 2 3 McAuley Club 2 45 Y I -'V Q i . l 2 Q -1 . ' . ., .. 5 ' 1 . I -- 3 - , , V3 , , - -' 3 M' : , , 3 . . 1 9 ' , -5 1, . , 5 Glee A , 9 , , 5 . A SF 211 41 :lf W CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club Ig Projectionists 3, Sec. 4. QV Vu ,, Jaw 7 ,fha . . .A 3 J J J 7 3 I ' we ' S , , , 5 -' y S ' , Z , S ' - ' :a :Q 4: :k . 2-' or ' - . I -3 J -! I ' I 1-g X , I I X , -, , 9 , , L s 5 . . X -f, hs s 1 r ' M JUDITH HOFFROGGE 3669 Castlewood Lane Sr.Im1v Business Club 4g Glee Club lg Safety Club 2: SDS l. 2. 3: Q , A 6, Theta Art Club 4g Class Secretary 4. A ...W ,hp CAROLANN HOFMANN 'C' 3794 Hanley Road St.Jamc.s E K , CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4. A U' 'R : :1: :gf 5: JACQUELINE LEE HOLLEY 2335 Baltimore Avenue Sr. Len Bowling 3g Business Club 4g CSMC I, 2. 3. 4: Glee Club ,.,,k yr l, 2, 3, 4g Health Careers lg Music Club 4: SDS 2. 3. 4: Q "5'5k vo K McAuley Club l: Class Treasurer 3, 4. Q33 A CAROL ANN HOLMES J gk 3156 Veazey Avenue Our Lzuly nf Lourdes A Business Club 4g CSMC l, 2, 3, 4: GAA 2: Glee Club ' A. ' l.2,3:SDS 3. uvbtqy ercians Cop op onors in any Confesfs - k DONNA HONKOMP , 5' 'A l 9 4209 Applegate Avenue St.Mur1in f 55 , -.W-. ...Y Business Club 4g CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1. 2. . WX BARBARA JEAN HOYER H- X:-, 2950 Royal Glenn Drive Sf. Allll - . AA.-. 3 M Business Club 4: CSMC l. 2, 3, 4g Junior Achievement ---f' ' A 1 ' '-': ' A 3: SDS 3, 4. y Proudly showing "Honest Abe" the books they won as prizes in the Lincoln contest are winners Jan Luken and Monica Mylott. mf' if do 'C' If DIANA HUEIL 5567 Clcuvicxs Avenue SI. Almixim Cmn llgll 'sincss Club -1: CSMC l. -. .. 2 ' " 3 Cross Rgp -1 Sodtllty 3 MARIE CATHERIINIL HUFLSMAN U34 H nrrl on Xunug S1 Curlmrzne vxllm. 3 BusmLssClub-I CSNIC l 3 3 4 Crlcc C BARBARA ANNII: HURLANDFR 38-I9 Irgvor Avgnup 51 Murtm Notre Dame H1Lh School Portsmouth Ohio I 3 IC I -1 I lbrtry C lu BARBARA ANN HUTI-I 3973 Delmar Awnup S1 Murtm IC I Se 3 Vlu. Prulun GX 1 E-XNIINGS SIIH 1 Cla CI b I Clt SD l 3 Clxsx Pruldgnt 3 4 0444! QQCCLN kj!-3A qeaflnq ln DIANI- MARY IMSANDF IN37 Oak Ixnoll Dun, S! 'lltugulztlllulx SITILSS Club -1 MC C lumor Achtugmpnt X LINDA CATHERINF .lhNKINS '12 tw tlknkt dll' 3 G, iv' in Ihhl Wnstxxootl Avmup Sl Bllllllltllllllc u. C lub 3 MARY C1LI"NllNA JUENCILING N679 Sturm Aunut 4 C on I IC l 1t1r1C 1 DS 'Sol MARY KABBES 8-130 Wuut Ro Id .lfums sinus Club -1 CSMC I Cult C lub 4 lun Xchleumynt 3 Rnd C ross Rtp 4 MARY KAY KAISER 3-131 Orchtrd Court .Sr Warm! slness Club 4 CSMC I 3 " Hmlth C trcers I 3 Junlor Achlewemtnt 3 SDS I 3 3 -1 NlCAuley C luh ' C I rss Vlu lresndmt ' MARY LOU KARAUS N968 Wlllow Otk I Inc. James BuslnessClub-1 CSMC I " 3 4 'R' f-Q Q T7 47 ,Ts BL. 3 3 4 CIICC Club I ' N ,Z V , 'li A l 3 D ll mt se?-l - - z 'S r " ' I Bo " 3.1 ' ' ' 1 ' ,-... 1 ' 'F 2. 3: Library Club 41 Rc.l Cross Rep, I1 Sotlzllltv 3 4 . ,W AA" " J: :E It It :lt I - - csrx ' .2.3. I1 5 I 'h4. VR I CSN ' . 2. . crctnry . . ' 'll t -1: I ' CSI. , . . fa .1 if' 'll . 21 l.utin C A . S , -1 Az ' ' ' -, . I , , . e I. . L 5 . Q . , Q , . 5 nu' ' 1 c'sr I 1. 3. 3. 4. nec Cum I. i, - ' , Bowling I. 2, 3. -1: Busincm Club -11 CSMC I. 2, 3. -Ig Cllf' I l.-,-1. I X V' 5 . .v V, . SI. , IIIUVKIIIIA I ima I V ' A I I I , CSN A , 2. 3, -1: Cilcc Club I. Z. 3. 4: l.1 ' lub ,L S .' - f ,, I. -1 I dz lily 3. -. g - I V A 'V - , 'Y af . - ', 1 SI. '. f -. - Bu ' ,'.' 1 . . Z. -4: ' 'c 1 lor ' I. ' 1, . ,L I '- ,U . A i ff' .. fm ' Bu, 1 . . .., 3.41GIec Club I, -. 45 32 'z ' , -1 ' ' ' ' .3 .' , . -. , I A - ' - k-'- Aw, 1 ' x , -. 5, ,' ' ' 2 .1 ' St. ' I I ' 1' A ,J an ba Q-ur SIVCVB Cpng SYLVIA MARIE KNEER 6611 Twm Ridge I me ll MC l H ue sl Cross Rep 1 SDS 1 1 ELAINE KOCH 1641 Werlt Rotd CJIH lmlx nf Lmuzlz r B wlmp, 1 Business Club 4 CSMC 1 1 4 GAA 4 CeeClub14 SDS1 1 JEAN ANN KOETTERS 6911 lots Drive SI MlllLllIt1A4llfj CSMC l 1 1 4 GleeClub 1 1 Health C ireers 1 DS 7 1 Sp mish Club 4 McAulew Club 1 CAROL JEAN KONERMAN 1111 Pershing Court Om lads of Lourdes Business Club 4 GAA 2 1 4 Glee Club l 1 SDS 2 1 Sod llitv 4 CAROL KUNSEMILLER 1611 Flora Avenue St MmguntMmx CSMC 1 1 1 4 French Club 4 Vlce President 1 SDS 2 Theta Art Club President 4 Class Secret lry 1 KATHLEEN KUNZ S548 Raceuew Avenue Sr Aloums Gan aga Bowlmgl 2 CSMC 1 2 1 4 GAA 1 4 Glee Club 4 Junior Achievement 1 SDS 1 1 3 Spfmish Club 4 Class Treasurer 1 Vice President 3 48 MARY ANNE KELLEY 5422 Karen Avenue Sf. Alny.xiu.v Gonzaga Bowling l, 2g CSMC' 1, Z. 3, 4: GLFANINGS Stuff 3. 4: Olee Club 1. Z1 Health Careers Z. 34 SDS l, 2: Class Vice President 3. ANITA KIEFER 1111 North Bend Rold SI Iumtms Business Club 4 CSMC l 1 4 Gle Cllb l HL lth C nreers 1 SDS 1 MARY CAROL KLOPP 1811 South Roid Our Ludx of Vmtutmn I 4 CSMC I 1 1 4 Crlec Club 'P McAu1ey Club 1 CATHARINE KLOSTERMAN 191 V in Bl mcum Ro td Om Luzlx nf 1 mmlmn Business Club 4 CSMC l 1 1 4 SDS 1 McAulu C lub 1 C I ass President l Treisurer ay an Care ree J oh :nh 1 an fe 'Wm 'E' 'Q A 1 , b 5 2 A' . Ar ' U ., ' 5 ' ,Z,e. 1 e 11 L 111 - an I ,I . . .. I V C' JI. 1 1 ' , .., Q 1 ' 1 ..: ' -. K- - .rf 1' 1 z 1 ' z ' ' ' 1 . i'z ,.' ,f ' ui, -,mx ,W - -. 1 ,T -. . . , , -. as . A 97 - J , C : I CI , I V h ' ' 1 41 ' SI. I" 'iam , CS ' , Z, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: eulth Cz ' er: 1 Red N 1 . -Q . . -, C . M in R 0 f' v -1 if ' 1 1. ' -. .. 1 A L ' ll ' , 3. . -, ,. 'f' I 'W :5: si: :5: 1: 23: V x 1 ' A' , -1, 4, - f as A 1 , ' ' . T, V, 3 - ' -, ,L 2 12 1, C: S 3 1 gl I x Sam, ...M -, .Q Q Q .' . -. it A ' C K M N . I 4 -V V 191 ..r .A L , V: Q 1 . ..Z , A i., v ,z 2 ' , . T ' 4. '- -1. 1 Shit A f , -, V, 1 , ' vi 1 : 1 1 f -. iii- ' , 5 1 , , ,, 1 ., 1 2 . , . .Q . v -1 , -. . . . , ' 1 ' 5 ' l , I .aa A A , Army and Navy meet Father Lizza as Alberta Ackman and Ginny Heister introduce their dates 'lt the yearlv Ball 5 qzecy mime for fjzis year? KATHLEEN LABMEIER 2032 Sundale Avenue SI. Margaret Mary CSMC l, 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Masque gl Gavel 3, 4: NCTC 3, 4: Science Cluh 2. MARY ANGELA LHCORTIGLIA I977 Harrison Avenue S1.Antonio Bowling l, 3: CSMC l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club I. Z. 3: Health Careers 2. 3: SDS 23 Sodulity 3, 4. CAROLYN SUE LAFFERTY 7537 View Place Drive Sl. Viviun Annual Staff 2: CSMC I, Z, 3. 4: Glee Club 2: Health Careers l, 2. 3, 4: Latin Cluh 3: Projectionists 3, 4: SDS I. 2. JOAN LAUCK 7000 Clovernoll Drive Sr. !l'Iz1rjut4ret,'l4z1l'y Business Club 4g CSMC l, 2. 3. 4: SDS I, 2. 3: Theta Art Club 4. BARBARA ANN LAUMANN 8076 Granville Lane SI. Viviruz CSMC l, 2. 3, -1: Glee Club I: Junior Achievement 3: SDS 2, 3. CAROL LlLLlE 3-173 Blue Rock Road Sr, lmmax Buxiness Club -15 CSMC l, 2, 3. 4: Glee Cluh l: SDS 3. RRG ' Y CC., 154.-"t.'.. rm, . ,, A 6, IN? we Rf F, R 24" asf' 55243- Q' Q--'nv vw is fs A- C 0, Clgefreal' we .15 ALICE SANDRA LONG 364' Mozxrt Avenue SI Ihunn VIIHQ734 DI C 3-IM1s G Nd 3 4 NC TC 3 4 Sodnllty 3 4 Class SLCFCIIFY I MARY ANN LUDWIG 3608 'Vludow Awnue 'limtm slmss Club 4 CSMC I 4 C lub 3 HC rv.Crs I 3 SDS I 3 NIc.AuIe Clu AINN LUEBBERING 3813 Iebenezel Road Sr flltll ox Imp, 3 uslness Club 4 CSMC I 4 C X U. C lub I 3 3 Spanish C lu BARBARA ANN LUHRMAN 3037 Queen C lty Avenue Anmnm C xx In I su CCC b 3 -I Suenc Clu JANALEE MARIL LUKEN 3934 C1ru.e Avenue SI Almum C on ugu IILLt.ISl 3 3 Jumol Achluement 3 -I SDSI 3 3 im llnty 3 GEORGIA LUTTERBEI 3lII8 McHenry Rotd S! Curlzunm IC I 3 4 Gle Cll enzorv an Pporfunzfcy .IO ANN LUTZ 371' Woodblne Awnue St 'Iflartm slncss Club 4 CSMC I G SD 'I 3 BEVERLY ANN MACDONALD 3331 I- urwood Roni SI 1enat1u.s Bowlmgl Busmess Club 4 CSMC l 'I 3 4 Masque A Cnvel 3 4 NCTC 3 4 PFOJCCIIOHISIS 4 SDS I 'I C I ass Tre xsurer 3 3 Vnce Presxdent 4 ANTOINETTE MARKS 2381 ldpland Drlve St Janus Buslness Club 4 CSMCI " 3 4 Glee Club 1 3 SDS 3 McAuIey Club " Cluss President 4 ANN MAROIS 940 North Hxll Lane St Vumn Prlvately Tutored I 3 CDL 4 CSMC 3 4 French Club 4 Vxce Presldent 3 CI'1ss Vxce President 3 Class Secretiry 4 Bol' -,r, :C .-11C'SMil.2... 1 zfque3z SZ X1 u".,g ' ',,':. 1' .,1-I .'.' -z . 4,31 , . X1 ,lf - sz., -' ' , 5 BU' 't ' : I A , 2, 3, : llec C -1 'nlth Cu". ,-g ,,-:.t 'y'bZ. '1 C13 J I 4 'V B-."'-:B:'f ' :X ',Z.3.11.'AI: G- c11-- A ,3.41sDs1,-,,1. 1 S 144. V - .' U U ' SI. ' Bw I' g , Z, 3. -Ig Hu 'ness Club 41 CSMC I. 2. 3. 41 'I Gln 'lu l,z,.. Q I hz. .. Q V I as Q ,- we - :Af is Bowling 4: CSMC I, Z, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Health I X A cAl.,,,.,, 3-,bg ' . .',, H is .-.,,4g C' . la ' 'ef' t's1x',z,.,g -ewbl, lose I 5 ' ' ' ' ,.., ,W 51 Bur' ' 1 1 ' , 2, 3, 4: lee Club 1, 2g if IS ive ':-..V , 4 sgff ' A ' L ' Q 5 ' 1 ,' -, , 1 . 9' ,fi 1 f 5 ' , ' . A ' , t' -nn. 2. ..., U . wi , -50.- SUSAN MARTIN ll7l Galbraith Road St. Vivian Annual Staff 23 CSMC I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 23 Health Careers I, 2, 3g l.atin Club 3, 43 Projectionists 4: SDS 2, 33 Class Treasurer I, 2. DONNA LEE MASSMAN 5507 Karen Avenue St. Martin Business Club 4g CSMC l, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I, 23 Health Careers 33 SDS 2, 33 Theta Art Club 43 Science Club I. Iii S1 Pk 42 ' PATRICIA MAYER 3909 Gary Court St. Aloysius Gonzaga Business Club 43 Music Club 3, 43 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4. .IUDITH MAYR 3968 Trevor Avenue SI. Martin Bowling 33 Business Club 43 CSMC l, 2, 3, 4: GAA 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 43 SDS 2, 3. ,Jai up Q8 8-x 'ST' -fag. , .bit A H l . .- I K w, A E1 ,E UQ PF :if PF -? '14 SHARON ELIZABETH MCANAW 3209 Werk Road Our Lady of Lourdes Business Club 43 CSMC I, 2, 3, 43 GAA 3, 43 Junior in-:RM Q L Achievement 33 SDS I, 4, Pres. 2, 33 Theta Art Club 43 v I 'Y Class Vice Pres. 23 City-Wide Pres. of SDS 3. A ' 5 'Vs " X JANET MCFADDEN 2515 Knorr Avenue St. Bonaventure Business Club 43 CSMC l, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 SDS 2. i , 9 o xgmplore goals gHe4J for :JA2il' ufure Ive, f 4 ,l 5' A Qliffi , W gf? A, I . s Z " ' ,Q fl . ,, ff' , , . f r C, ss. , l l Ai 'I I 'rr -K xg 4 -l-. . -U 'Im 3.1: . wiki ,E- . - ' W on fi 44 Nancy Schlocmer and Sharon McAnaw pray devoutly at the special retreat for seniors given at Mary Reparatrix. 04 Y""' O 'ln ef cueer J lzf ar-7 so OIF' SQl7lOY Nw RITA MCHUGH 3403 Phlllorctt Drne SI ILIHIIIIH IC 4 Hc1IthC nec 3 4 I 3 Sodnlltv 3 4 McAulcyI I ELIZABETH ANN MCMAHON 3843 Woodthrush Drlvc 51 IUIIIH IC I h C ueers 3 SDS 3 3 4 Spmlsh Club 4 McAulcy LYNN MEER 4314 M nlm Axcnuc S1 l1mI1H IC I 4 Hclllh C lreels 4 lsquc 8 Crncl 3 4 C 4 Ru Cross R I 3 4 Sodallly JANET MEYER l7lli I-Ioll -Mcnuc SI Illlfgllllf Ilan slmss Club 4 C SMC I I 3 4 I-xcnch C lub 3 He us I 1h1.txAr C lu CI ZL Cl CCP .,CooA MARY MIDDENDORF 4393 Homel mn Avenue Sr Almszux C on uw MC I O c es rx I ILCIOI 3 4 SDS I I 3 Sod alm 3 4 Science Club I SHEILA MILLER 361' I-ull Axcnue S1 Almxmx Gun 111,11 null Staff 3 DI IC 4 Gle C L I Ihc A I C Ill PATRICIA LOUISE MITCHELL 'XIX Allvlcvs C lrcle Om lady 0jL01mlzx B wlmg CSMC I I 3 4 GIFANINCIS Stuff 3 C 0 Fdltol 4 Cmlee Club I 3 I um Club 3 M nsque Sz wel 3 4 NC'I 3 4 Projec omsts 3 4 SDS 'I Science Club I .IUDIT H MOEVES 7337 Rocttclc C lrcle Anunzptmn CSMC I 'I 3 4 GleeClubl Health Cireersl Jun r Achnevement 3 Orchestra 'I 3 4 Cllss Treasurer I DIANE DOROTHY MORATSCHEK 2446 C orrme Avenue Our Lads of Lomdf s Bovnlm54 CD1 4 CSMCI I 3 4 GleeClub1 SDS I 3 Spmlsh Club Secretary 4 McAulev Club 'I SUZANNE MORRIS 'I7I8 IeGroxe Circle Sf Ann BusmessClub4 CSMCI 'I 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Health C nreers I 3 Jumor Achlevement 3 L1br1ry Club 4 Red C ross Rep 3 SDS 'I 3 Sclence Club 'I CDI.41C'SIN 'l,2,3, 1 'Q '1"'rs l,2,,.'1SDS A g's -.,:.' ' .... ibn G- x ' t h f If csm ' , 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1. 2, Hcult as ,S .. 4: . 'H' , I . . -,.. .. a . . ' -. 5 .0,, .JI cm ' , 2, 3, 41 Gmc Club I. 2. 1 -I 4 1 I Ma, - ' .,':N"l'C3. 1 -I cp. 31 F- ge- 7 SDS-... 1: l'4. I . Y X . f Hu' I 11, I ,-,,. 1 ' ' .1 'zxlth be , ,,, . I C'zu'c'A lqsus 1, -, ' -I I ' h4, hx 5. -A g V I VI ' lg S I E -, '1' ' 14' I ' ' CCS ' , 2. 3, 4: Music Club 3, 4: r'h itz I, 2, Q Ji'-' 1. . ,-,.g. ' -1 , I , Class 'llrcusurcr 3. I I rs , 1... Y -' An a Q: ,L C . 4: CSIS 'l, 2. 3.1. e 'llbhlz C, I . Y 354y,,'h,A I SDS . 2. 3. 4: Sodulity 3, 41' 'tu r ' b 4. 0"Z1I. I ,-,., 1 .. ' z.. ,2,,g.z" ,iz ' Gu' .. 1 1 "ti ':,, g -,3g it U , M I C W " ' I . lm I ' , -, ., g ' g I I ' 2 io '--Q.. " l ,g ,. -,,,g 1 .'.' . . an f fi" I -. .:, z . g 1 ... I Q - lg ' 4, ca. ' -, I - " ' Job possibilities are being discussed by Mr, William Schwemlein as he counsels Paulette Sperber. Judith Schaich and Elaine Koch. xgnfo xgnferesfing Ccupafions or I?-ilfure Life W.. . 7 Ai in Qu r M wL', Q ,ljafrx 5 I SUSAN MARIE IVIURNAN 5809 Bridgetown Road St.!1u1'e CSMC I, 2, 3. 4: Library Club 4: Masque 8: Gavel 3, 4: NCTC 3, 4g SDS 23 Sodality 3. CONSTANCE MARIE MURPHY 3584 Janlin Court Our Lmly of Lunrzlv.s Annual Staff Z: Bowling 1, 2: Business Club 4, CSMC I. 2, 3, 4g GAA I, 2: Glee Club 4: Red Cross Rep. 2: SDS I, 2, 3, 4: Theta Art Club 4: McAuley Club l: Class President 33 Class Secretary 4. KATHLEEN MUSICK 5649 Bridgetown Road St. Aloy.si11.s' Gonzaga Bowling lg Business Club 4: CSMC I. 2, 3, 4: GLEAN- INGS Staff 3: Glee Club I: Junior Achievement 3: McAuIey Club 1. MONICA MYLOTT Sll North Bend Road Sf. Viviun Business Club 4g CSMC I, 2, 3, 4. :ji 25: eg 5: 4: BETTY GENE NEII-IEISEL 3953 Davis Avenue SI. Aflllflill CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 3, Editor 4: Orchestra 1, 2. 3. 4: Theta Art Club 45 Science Club lg McAuley l. 2. GRACE MADELINE NEMANN 5516 Surrey Avenue St. Aloyxizzs Gonzaga Bowling 4: CSMC l. Z, 3, 4g Glee Club I, 2: Health Careers 2g Junior Achievement 3. 4: SDS 2. -53- trippy .leafs anal meir rprefity mercy JOYCE CLAIRE NIEHAUS 3628 Muddy Creek Road Our Lady of Lourdes Bowling 43 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g GAA l, 2: Glee Club l, 2: Health Careers 1, 2, 3, Recording Secretary 43 Junior Achievement 3, SDS l, 2, 3, Sodality 4: McAuley Club 1. CAROL ANN OLIVER 6912 Lois Drive St. Margaret Mary CSMC I, 2, 3, 4: Health Careers l: Latin Club 31 SDS 2, 3, Class President 4. :ls 251 PF JOSEPHINE O'NEILL 2952 Werkridge Drive Our Lady of Visitation Sacred Heart High School, Dearborn, Michigan l, 2, CSMC I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Achievement 3, 4. KATHRYN OWENS 3334 Felicity Drive St. Catharine Business Club 4g CSMC l, 2, 3, 4g Red Cross Rep. 3, SDS 1, 2, 3, Theta Art Club 4. :lf :lf is Dk 'lf CLAIRE ANN PALASEK 4408 Raceview Avenue St. Aloysius Gonzaga CSMC I, 2, 3, 4g French Club 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Health Careers 2, 3, 43 Junior Achievement 3, 43 SDS l, 2, 35 Sodality 3. CAROLYN ANN PAPANIA 3510 Darwin Avenue St. Martin Business Club 4, CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2. -54 Both dads and daughters share a happy time at their annual dance. Here M. L. Bourque dances with her dad, and J. Niehaus smiles as hers laughs heartily. augA fers 'P ' ,HX X., A 'LN' 2 A ., Rf-1"-Z' ii'-'t I fa W- , I Q an we if el' --in . C1 1, -iliztw. - x i. pubs be ffm Q-we ance anal 0113A f fA MARTHA RETTIC1 6370 Chevaot Road St Jumea saness Club 4 CSMC I 4 Cnlee la JOYCE ANN RICHARD H41 Mozart Avenue SI Vlanlna areers 4 SDS I 7 1 Sodalaty 4 C I ass Seelet ary JUDITH RIEDEL ?77I Madden Circle Our Lmlx of Lnandas Busaness Club 4 CDL 4 CSMC I 2 '4 4 Calee Club 7 1 4 Health Careers I Junaor Aehaevement Red Cross Rep I Sodalatv 4 JUDITH ANN ROBERS 3160 West Tower Avenue Our Lada of lurmla a Business Club 4 CSMC I 7 'I 4 Glee C lub 7 7 DS 7 3 Seaenee Club 7 SANDRA LEAH ROBINSON 3418 McFarI an Road St Carlmranc Business Club Vaee Presadent 4 C SMC I 3 4 NANCY JEAN ROSHONE 8744 Cheviot Road S1 flllillt Mtaraan Hagh Sehool Omaha Nebraska I Cnlee Club I Orehestra 3 4 PAULETTI: PIES 6907 Kleand ale Avenue Business Club 4 CSI SI NIKIILIIICIMIIFV 'I 4 lumor Aehaevement JOYCE ANN PLUM 7811 Joseph Street Business Club 4 CSMC I I SD eta Art C lu A a xllmptmra KATHLEEN MARIE OUATMAN JI IX M annang Avenue Martan Bowlang 2 Business Club MC '4 4 lun Aehacvement 3 MARILYNN REIN 7940 North Bend Road St la,nutauv Busaness Club 4 CSMC I 7 3 4 Health Careers I SDS 7 e eflff c of IFA een one in 6. is NWN, 55 ,aa- ' 1 ' vac' a. 2. .. 1. ' 1 '- - 3 A Q 6 , 3. 4. I' of 1' ' 71 1 ' ,2.3.41c1acc Club 1. s 21 lah-1 3 as 4, -1 A ' X az: az: az: ri: ri: 7 ,. - ' f 1 ' 41cis ' 1. 2. .. 1. ior Mg W v Q 5, Q . x ' wi hu- - - . A ' ' - ' 2 I ' . ' 321' ' 1 ' . -. V. 1 ' 1 45 -. .QC o 1151. 3 e 3 75 . NV I G Haag' 3 1 ' ' ,z, 3, 1 '- c' ab a, at V I I C'Dl. 4: CSMC I. 2, 3. 4: Glee C'Iub I, 2. 3. 4: Heaalth 'I ,, S7 ? Q71 ", f1.l ,I .-.ali Z- 1 .1.f.l""1 s 'if ' 151 151 151 5: S: K ' ' I H X 'V I IA V' 'f .. ,,. I I. -. 1. 1 'z y 1 ' "- 31 M H . Q ' g ' 1 , A 3 "7 1. ' 1 ' .-,.. L ' -..LS .' 1 h. -L ,' 1 ' M wa V Lsaslu 'ew QQ v 'n .s.s T' .1 1,1f.'.. 9 . 'I . - 1 'T PATRICIA ANN ROTERT 1605 Joseph Court St. Margaret Mary CSMC 1, 2, 3, 45 SDS 3. SUSAN RUDIG 2608 Anderson Ferry Road Our Lady of Lourdes Annual Staff 2, 3, Associate Editor 4, CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, Glee Club 3, Masque 8: Gavel 3, Corresponding Secretary 41 NCTC 3, 43 SDS l, 2, 3, Vice President 4, Sodality 3, 4: Science Club Vice President 2g Class Secre- tary I, President 2, 3, Vice President 4g CAPA President 4. Ik if Pk P? is MARGARET JEAN RUTHEMEYER 2603 Foran Drive Our Lady of Lourdes CDL 4: CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3: Health Careers I, 2. Recording Secretary 3, President 45 SDS 2, 3: LANA JEANNE SANDMAN 8245 Royal Heights Drive St. Ann CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Health Careers Club 2, Junior Achieve- ment 3g Masque 8: Gavel 3, 4, NCTC 3, 4: Science Club 2: Class Vice President 2. f on frucflon ann! C,QeAearsal5 adre Begtln BONITA SAUER 3509 Hilda Avenue St. Marlin CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club I, 3, Health Careers 49 Junior Achievement 3, 4, Sodality 3g Theta Art Club 4, McAuley Club l, 25 Science Club 2. SUE ELLEN SCHABLEIN 3932 Darwin Avenue St. Martin Bowling 2: Business Club 4, CSMC l, 2, 3, 4g Junior Achievement 3g Class Treasurer 1. Laurie Hallett tells Pat Sciarra about the story of the lovers, Lynn Meer and Joan Sucher, who are shown neatly painted on the plate. MARY ANN SCHAEFER 3901 Boudinot Avenue St. Marlin Business Club 4' CSMC l - 3. 4: Glee Club 2: Junior Achaevement 3 Sp anlsh Club 3 JUDITH ANN SCHAICI-I 3710 Dickinson Road SI ltmzlaus Bowlang4 Business Club 4 CSMC l 3 -1 Glee Club 7 3 SDS 7 3 Sodahty 3 PATRICIA ANN SCHANNES S707 Base ayne Avenue St Jmlt BusanessClub4 CSMC I 7 3 4 GleeClub I 7 Health C areers 7 SDS 7 BONITA SCI-IERRA I674 Baltimore Avenue St Ira slness Club 4 CSMC l 7 3 4 GAA l 7 Jun Achievement 3 7 ,X 3-vs 'V' B' ' 'Rm TP' repcrraflon or f e CVIIOV: MARGARET SCHLOEMER 3777 Nelheasel Road St Jude Business Club 4 CSMCI 2 3 4 Glee Club 7 Health Ctareersl SDS 1 7 NANCY LOUISE SCHLOEMER 7818 Urwiler Avenue St Catlaurane CSMC l 7 3 4 French Club 3 4 GAA 7 Health JEANNE CAROL SCHMITT 6879 Parkvlew Drave .St Vnmn CSMCI 7 3 4 GleeClub1 7 MARY JOYCE SCHMITT 6829 Parkview Drave Vman Business Club4 CSMC I 3 4 Glee Clubl 7 Health Ctareersl 7 3 LYNNE ELLEN SCHNEIDER 4779 North Bend Road Ignatius Business Club 4 CSMC l 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 Masque 8 Gravel 3 4 NCTC 3 4 Projeetaonasts 4 SDSI 7 3 CAROLE SCHNIEDERS 6765 Somerset Drawe St Vzvzan CSMC I 7 3 4 French Club 3 4 GleeClub1 Health Cfareers 7 SDS 3 as ?' ,Ty R5 Qqitu 3 I -,I ' f Us 2 '- a A - ,- ' ' .- 1 I ' . 'N 1 ' ' ' 1 I ' .2,,. 1 ' I W M- -- s a -1 - s 4 . lj . 21: 4: ng :ga ak 5, hr G- - 2 I . . . ' EE ,' : Bur' ' 1 A , -, V. L . -1 i.0r Q - .. aj ,nb 1 , 'U ' J V1 7 7 C155 0 C97 - A S - ' C! . -T ' 1 2 . V :M ' 3 , , , Z - -L , g 'I ' -' Q J -- 4 7 li an at fi Careers Club 33 Junior Achievement SDS 2, 3, 4. ' " elf :lf A' . . . . V. ll 13 ' I 5,617 H 1 -y - Q I.. U If - ' V ' J ll ' G- . . . . I Ji' I l 'N I Sr. a I ' I ' . Q 7 ,2, , 1 ,-: 2 'EJ 'C 7' - W ' Q 3 -nw- P' I2 Sk . ' . 3 N Q 'Q - 1 Sf. ' . '- . ga . 7 , , -., S. I 9 ? ' , , . ., 2 ., 2 ' r s 9 , -, - I 'N Y Sw: 1 5 -5 . . . Q , - 57 .. 2352 favs rv F "" ROSEMARY ANN SCHNITTKER 3069 Peru Avenue SI Cutlmfrm Business Club 4 C SMC I 7 3 4 Junior Achievement 3 SUSAN MARIE SCHROEDER 3380 Clreenw I5 Avenue Om lfulx U lmmlu CSMC I 7 3 4 GAA 7 3 VILL Prestdent 4 Cxlee Club ste C b P cnt 4 DS S Ihett Art Club 4 MARY LOIS SCHROER 7414 Nova Avenue Om lmlx ufL011l1lu MC I 3 SD 3 Sodtllt Secret Irv 3 Suence Club 7 Cltss Secret try 7 LINDA RITA SCHUMACHER 33II Stanhope Avenue SI Mmm: slness Club 4 CSMC I 4 Fre h b A34GeeClubI7SIftyCubl4SDS7 Sod Illtv 3 04 Senior 04 gnflzu m in an Cooperaflve ARLENE SCHWAB 2890 Fischer Place .St CIIIIIUIIIIC C MC I 7 3 4 Cilee Clubl 2 3 Health Ctreers 7 3 4 SDS 7 3 Spmush Club Vlce Presndent 4 Class PATRICIA SCIARRA 7200 H xrrlson Avenue St Catlmum Business Club 4 C SMC I 7 3 4 CIAA 3 4 Glu Club I 7 4 .lllnl0I' Achievement 3 Red Cross Rep 3 SDS S Class Vice Pres: en Presldcnt 4 MARY HELEN SIEMER 3603 I-vcrett Avenue .St Martin stness Club 4 CSMC I 3 4 CIAA 3 4 Club I 7 3 4 SDS 3 McAuIu Club I BARBARA SMITH S607 C hllds Avenue .St Almsms Gan nga Busmcss Club 4 CSMC I 7 3 4 Glee Club I Health Careers I 7 3 SDS I 2 3 Class Treasurer I LAURA PATRICIA SMITH 5607 Chllds Avenue St Almsms Gun nga BowlIng4 CSMC I 7 3 4 Health C areers Club 4 Safety Club 7 3 School Represent mve 4 SDS I 7 3 Sodallty 3 4 Cluss President 3 NANCY JUNE SPANAGEL 5537 Blscayne Avenue St AIOMSIIIS Gon aga Business Club 4 CSMC I 7 3 4 58 angie-ss GQ as 8 e l I1 Mug" 'lu 3. resid- 1 SI 3: -odnlity 3. 4: A K A ::: ::: sf ::: ::: .rpihit ,,,,, ' I - ' 'X ' ' . g ' 1 ll 1 I - 'P f CAS S , 2. 3. 4: Cilee Club 2. C: ' S 2. .1 . 2 'y 4. ix " - I S ' ' b A V -. ' If But .'.' 1 ' ' . 2. 3. 1 nc Clu 3. 4: " . I' CIA ,, 1 Y ' , -1 fa e ' 'I . 1, . -. 3. 41 .1 W A 2 B I S' ll ' 5 re 5' 5 " of ' Trealsurer 2. 5 I ' P93 'X 1 Y I ' , , -. : ' A ' ' ' I I .ii . .1 . Ng I, 2, 3: .punish Club 4: 'z .'.' ' fd' t I. 31 3 ' ' Ilupi ' 1 I ' . 2, .. 1 ' 2. 1 Glee I S I i I ' I . I 1 - i i .U A, I xv ... z :,v.,sv Z.. 5 .'.' 3 , -, -, 9 1 2 V s ' :L , -, , 5 ' li I 1. 3. . . ' F, 3 -an-K . Elgin -.E. N., ....,A E , . .. z W ,A ' li . I ' 'I , . hrxhzsl .x. .K g in 2 'Y ev U it if 53 ' if l, 5 '50 "ff Skating on the canal to the amusement of the chorus, are Ginny Heister, Mary Carol Klopp, Irene Blessing, Carol Hofmann, Mary Kabbes, Toni Marks, Kathy Herbert and Mary Ann Eckes, attractive Dutch skaters in the class play. Ijo AMaLe fjleir Class :play fhe lgesf ever PAULETTE JEAN SPERBER 3310 Dickinson Road St. Ignatius Business Club 4g CSMC l, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 3g Junior Achievement 3, 4g SDS 2, 3, 4, McAuley Club 23 Class , 6 Secretary 3. , is--1 BARBARA SPICER A. A 'J 3' , 5673 Wynneburne Avenue Sr. Anmninus Qi i CSMC l, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club l, 25 Health Careers 3, 45 A Junior Achievement 31 SDS 2, 35 Class Vice President V l, 2. JOYCE ELIZABETH STEIN w"""""' .Y 4338 Harding Avenue St.AIoysius Gonzaga J ' r M Bowling 4g CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Health .FQ at --K -- Careers l, 2, 3, 4, SDS lg Sodality 4. ,JA 'ygv i wx 5, X MARJORIE JO STELTENPOHL E ' 5 f 4186 Ruckle Avenue Sz. Aloysius Gonzaga W t ' Bowling 43 CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club lg Health Careers . 7- 430- f l, 4g Junior Achievement 33 Red Cross Rep. 2g Safety 'M' ' Club 4. Ik PEG Pk is JOAN CAROL STIGLER 43Il St. Martin Place St. Martin Bowling 1, 25 Business Club 45 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 49 GAA l. MARILYN CLARITA STRASSELL 3604 Allview Circle Our Lady of Lourdes CSMC I, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Achieve- ' l ment 35 Masque 8: Gavel 3, 4, NCTC 3, 4, SDS 2, 3g ' Sodality 3, 43 Spanish Club 45 McAuley l. I W .hy -SQ.. uqze flflfealvhng SLoes," PATRICIA ANN STRASSELL 4594 Jessup Road Bowling lg Business Club 4, CSMC 1, Achievement 3, SDS lg Science Club 2. JOAN MARIE SUCHER 3424 Ridgewood Road Bowling lg CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Achievement 33 Masque 8: Gavel 3, 4, NCTC 3, 4, SDS 2, 3g Sodality 3, Secretary 45 Spanish Club 43 Theta Art Club Treasurer 4, Class Treasurer 4. Sr.Jamr's 2, 3, 4, Junior St. Ignatius LEAH LOUISE SUTTER 5735 Green Acres Court St. Jude Bowling 2, CDL 4, CSMC I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Health Careers l, 2, 3, 4, SDS 1, 3, Sodality 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, Science Club Secretary 2g Class Secretary 4. CAROLYN DOROTHY TABLER 3895 Westwood Northern Blvd. St.1gna!ius Bowling 43 Business Club 4, CSMC l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l, 2, Junior Achievement 3,43 SDS 3: McAuley Club 1, 2. 14 if 'lf if Ill PHYLLIS ANN TEAL 2057 Bickel Avenue St. Bonaventure Bowling lg Business Club 4, CSMC l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3g SDS 2, Sodality 3. JILL TEKULVE 3843 Maywood Court St. Aloysius Gonzaga Bowling 1, 25 Business Club 43 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Achievement 3, Spanish Club 33 McAuley Club 2. -60 Q 01 A happy ending for Dirk, Lynn Meer, and charming Petronella, Joan Sucher, is enjoyed by the entire cast. Qty QMIFCA C,Qomcrnce QQ' AQ on C ','k if A 1 ' Q , I I A fxa I ROBERTA ANN TENBRINK VXI Bridgetown Roxd St Almwm Gun neu CDI 4 CSMCI 7 3 4 Mxsque8zGxwcl 3 4 NCTC 3 4 SDS 7 S0d'1llty 3 Prefect 4 JOAN GRACE TENOEVER 4303 St M nrtln Avenue St Martin Bowling 7 Buslness Club Presldent 4 CSMC I 7 3 4 Glee Club I 7 CHRISTIANE THILLIEZ 3767 Werk Ro'1d Ourluzls of Lourdes Notre Dime de I'1 Trellle Lllle Fr mee Fxchange Student CSMC 4 GAA 4 Glee Club 4 Class Vlce President 4 ROSEMARY THINNES 3734 Montana Avenue .Sl Martzn Bowlmg 7 Business Club 4 CSMC I 7 3 4 GAA 7 McAuley Club 7 QQ if ,hrs U1 WT gg rw qQeCe1vecJ Aly an Pprecmflve CAROL TRAUTH 879 Fnnney Trail Sl Vzvzan Chilrman 4 CSMC I 3 4 ltxtm Clu Mwsque 84 Gavel 3 4 NCTC 3 4 SDS 7 Vrce President 3 4 Sodallty 3 4 Clftss Vlce President I 7 School President 4 SANDRA CELINE TRITSCH 1496 Ad rms Road AXSIIIIIPIIIJII Busmess Club 4 CSMC I 7 3 4 Glee Club 1 LOIS ANN UMBERG 7811 Rosebud Drlve Our Larlx of Lourdes CDI 4 CSMC I 7 3 4 Gl IHANINGS Staff 3 Glee Club I Projeetlomsts 3 4 SDS 7 3 Sodallty 4 BARBARA VOGT 33I0 Phoemx Avenue St Martxn Bowlmg I Business Club 4 CSMC I 7 3 4 Glee Clu I NANCY VONDENBRINK 1701 Montrose Street SI Bonaventure Bowlmgl 7 3 4 Busmess Club 4 CSMC l 2 3 4 Glee Club I 3 4 KATHLEEN WADE 3153 Penrose Place St Cathanne Annu xl Staff 7 Busrness Club 4 CSMCI 2 3 4 GAA 3 Glee Club I Jumor Achlevement 3 Masque 81 Gavel 3 Recordmg Secretary 4 NCTC 3 4 SDS l Class President 2 3 '29 'U' QS. I ll UZVICG 418 5- 1 len.. ' , g , -, ,, 1 z. ' z ' .. 'L ' 4' ,- - ' , 'i 63 ., , . -, . ., . -1 ' - ' ' 1 ' . .., .. 1 A . , ... I I , , :x 4- vk Pk 2. . . - , z , , f n I 12. ., . 3 g g ' 1 '... ' ' A ' ., ' -5 " - L ' ,-,-, 1 -1 . ,X ,N . . . . 5 C? - ' CDL 7 1' ' L ' ,2, -, 1 ." b 3: I I 1' e 1 ' 7 1 -' ' ' -5. .. I 2 , g . Q ' .' , -3 4 U T A X ' . ' . . 5 ,'f, - :Ze :sz lr ' 1 1 ' , -, -, 4 -Z Q Q L ' K f ., 1 -, ,L ' . A. " ,ff Vu I ' J L 5 . , -, , 3 . , -, , 9 2 , , , 9 ' I .Quit i 1 - ., 4- D . , . ' I X ' r f ' . . ' 'G' VV 4 -: e n y v 9 1 ' f ,I .1 z 5 s I . .. 9 , ., : 3 . ' V if Q , . , T., . ..61.. .KJ DIANE TERESA WAI-IOFF ,Q to A.,-jx - 2850 LaFeuille Avenue St. Catharine 7 4- , t Notre Dame High School - Portsmouth, Ohio, 1-33 CSMC l, 2, 3, 4g GAA 3, Glee Club 1, 2,3gSodality1,2. .Y - - CAROL ROSE WARD . W 3859 Maywood Court St. Aloysius Gonzaga Business Club 4, CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g French Club 3, 4. Q' ik Il- 111 . 'Q -11 A MARY ELLEN WEBER 2880 Sheldon Drive St. Ann Q Business Club 4g CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 if Junior Achievement 3g Red Cross Rep. 3, 4g Sodality 3, 4. BZ- if X ANNE BERNADETTE WEIL 10413 Burlington Road Corpus Christi Business Club 41 CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 25 SDS 3. ,, of if HI1 H14 Ik il' JULIANA WEISENBACH Madison 8t Oak Streets St. John the Baptist CSMC I, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Theta Art Club 4. JO ANN WEITZ 3926 Carrie Avenue St. Martin CDL 4g CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2g Health Careers 1, 2, 3, 43 Safety Club 4g SDS 1, 2, 3g McAuley Club 2. : . . I: I 'M 045 ihe Curfain goes own on fhe Senior .play Smiling their approval, the chorus who portrayed the townsfolk in the senior class play, "The Wedding Shoes," watches amusedly as Dutch wives Rita McHugh, Diane Brehm, Barbara Gutjahr, Gail Duwel, Carol Connelly and Joan Wright entertain them as they dance happily to their musical accompaniment of "Dutch Wives Are Clean." 1 yi I 9' xy W lip A '9'l'i?: 'Iv ti, Jah- 26 SES- Www ,pw fb. 'QZ7 fox 3:6 Aif .L11fcA Lover we .IUDITH ANNE WILLENBORG 3317 Clearvaew Avenue SI AImamaGm1 aga Busaness Club 4 CSMC I 3 4 CLAIRE ROSALIE WILLIAMS 6404 Meas Avenue St Margaret Mary CDL4 CSMCI 3 3 4 JunaorAch1evement 3 4 Latan Club 3 Musac Club4 Orchestra I 3 3 4 Safety C1ub4 JANET LEE WILMES 3504 Robb Avenue Mumn Busaness Club 4 CSMC I 3 3 4 Glee Club 3 Safety Club 1 JOYCE WIRTZ 6331 Hamalton Avenue St Margaret Mary Busaness Club 4, CSMC 1, 3, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Iunaor Achaevement 3, 4 MARY PATRICIA WENNING 3437 Muddy C reek Ro'ad Our Lada of Lourdes CDI 4 CSMC 1 3 3 4 Jaanaor Achaevement 3 Pro ycctaonasts 4 SDS 3 3 Sod alaty 4 McAuley Club I ELEANOR THERESA WESTERKAMM 1933 DeArm1nd Avenue St Margaret Mary Annual Steaff l 3 3 Eda or 4 Busaness Club 4 CSMC l 3 3 4 Proyectaonasts-4 Red Cross Rep 3 MARLENE WESTRICI-I 1810 Sundale Avenue .St Margartt 'Vlara Busaness Club 4 CSMC' I 3 3 4 Glee Club I BARBARA WI-IITAKER 3641 Allvaew Carcle Our Lada of Lourdes CSMC l 3 3 4 Glee Clubl Health Careers Junaor Achaevement 3 Masque 84 Gavel 3 4 NCTC 3 4 SDS 3 3 Sp anash Club 4 McAuley Club 1 GAIL PATRICIA WIDMER 3541 Bruestle Avenue St lgnataus Busaness Club Secretary 4 CSMC 1 3 3 4 Glee Club 1 Junaor Achaevement 3 SDS 1 3 McAuley Club 1 2 PAULA WIDMER 3070 Arrowood Pl ace Corpus Cllflffl Annual Staff 3 CSMC I 3 3 4 French Club 4 Trcas urer 3 Theta Art Club 4 V1 QS Cl QVVIOVLV -q,n.u :K A' 3141? Q' , Q' C' ,'1'.Z" We 'W has 63 'M ..,.,, -Il ,tu ,JJ 'f 3' l A I4 , A. A W H ' , a - if '- Q . 1 . . -, ., 1 1 - ' Q t' J J Qt . -, .Q . 2 'l ' ' . ,f ss. .V L , - Y l I ., 1 . ' 4 t , .., ., . . . .. . ,-,1, 3 g . . Pk fx -2 ' ak I , 1 1 ' '. ' ' 1 ,' 1 , . . . -- - -- 3 s -s es ' v fl' , Q' asm M.. Q, , ix , , I 7 A '-sa , ' , , '1 . , -, 4, , 4 , A I. -. 3, es .5 if V, 1 V, 2 . , -, C , c . , . 7 gist' I' " 'la- ,a aa , , ' 151 I at ,- 1 1 , -, , 1 " 6 ' ' l b ' ' , . . , L . 2 s a s , V A- , . . 1' If . . . ' ' - - 3 I '- I ', , . . . , . , -, ., . . - E V- . . , . . V 4 99 . 5 It, J 1 , . I f v - . , I . 'H' .' 1 I., A V. "v vi 4. 3 , M, ' 3 5 , 1-, , S , Z " ,Z A Z - , .., v 1 2 . V ' . :. 1- as wr "3 N 4 ,fw St. ' .' .. . ' 4 ' 1 a 1-1 a a -1 , I Q 3 , E5 Q. JOAN YVONNE WRIGHT 3628 St. Martin Place St. Martin CDL 4g CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 13 Health Careers 2, 3, 43 Projectionists 4, SDS 4: Science Club 2g Class ht- N Secretary 2, 3, President 4. CAROLE JEANNE WUEST 3717 Meadoview Drive St. Aloysius Gonzaga CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4g GAA lg Glee Club lg SDS 1, 2, 3, 4. T5 . all Pk its Bk lk sw VERONICA MARY WUEST 3325 Rocker Drive Sl. Ann 4- CDL 4, CSMC 1, 2, 3, 4, Health Careers 3, 4, Projec- tionists 3, President 4, SDS 3, 4: Science Club 2. A RUTH CAROLYN YOUNG 4 4 3451 Alta Vista Avenue St. Martin I CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2. 5, , --4 i'4P-w x :ls Ik fk Ik LINDA SYLVIA ZIMMER 2269 Moffat Court St. Catharine Business Club 43 CSMC l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2. Q . A . , 156Hl'iWfl2l'1f'S OIIQYOJ and SGIJVICSS "What size did you say?" asks Pat Strassell, while Marlene Westrich measures Betty McMahon for a graduation cap. Meanwhile, Barbara Ferguson tells Pat Beisel to stand up straight as she asks the question, "Two or three inch heels?" 'N 1 ul ? 32 QV X X Lf i Ax "Tilt it just a little more this way." recommends Grace Nemann to Mary Ann Ludwig, Carolyn Papania, Chris Blessing, Martha Rettig, Carol Filippine and loan Stigler interrupt their busy preparations to check the final result, eniors odnficiloafe rj-Leif ay of graduation o Sirains offjzeir Ijzeme ong . .Jtl.,,, 041W 66 L, mat, ftmfffcff me ,.,, 5 ma, you quiz rfemls as time 045 fzttfc fl .,,,. 1 f,. -' 165.- Around the world . . . Tokyo . . . Michiko Shoda and Japanese Crown Prince Akihito wed . . . Across the nation . . . proclamation signed by President . . . Hawaii 50th state . . . About Mercy . . . a bustle of activity . . . publications . . . deadlines . . . tryouts then rehearsals . . . mood melodies. . .shirtwaists and raccoon collars are "best dress" for Golden Days . . . a Dutch trip . . . a concert. -66 af-if ACTIVITIES -67- "How many characters are in that line? ls the dummy completeff' Don't he at all surprised to hear questions like these coming from room 207 at the eighth period. The annual statl' is husy at work as usual. Besides writing. many things go into the MERCYWOOD. Although you don't have a talent for composition. you may still have a place on the stall' identifying pictures. taking care of the ads that come in. or even cutting tags for the subscription drive. The work that goes into MERCYWOOD eventually pays off. As well as being "All Mercy," the annual is rated ALL C'ATHOLlC. ALL AMERICAN 84 MEDALIST Editor Eleanor Westerkamm signs on the dottetl line as co-editors .lulie Ciehling and Sue Rudig with Mr. ,lack Bundy. cover company representative. vuitness the act. cljllerccysvooolncgfcffferi rlfljorg fljear fjlroug Sue Cody makes herself comfortable while helping Teri Schaefer, Dianne Rack, Kathy Addison, Nancy Klett, Carol Hase, Pat Doolin, Billie Mae Boelter, Judy Walters and Helen Welge in the long task of identifying many pictures. 1 rf tml ark? Vlorld Miuhclc c'1ll'l'UllA Annu Karl. Sttmlrtt Stccl Ruth Klmturmztn H lll thu itut that zu they chculx Iistx. IJ Senior-section-etlitor Diana Angncr does page layouts with .lane Schell and Marilyn Kuthmatn as cztgcr pupils. acyoufs, opcy anal ?iCfllVC5 or fAe 0414141141 uv nu llultlp Hb IIIOUHR YOU BHU Llllli UMBC -Q wil L x ml lx lXllQl'lLl1l'VllL N Llluc ITIL ot tus tts L work ot Nl, C. vrthtrgn.. . ,N L tm C. L . .-fyyt. Whether it be Classroom blunders by Miss Mercy or school plays by ardent actresses. the very latest happenings going on around Mercy can be found in the GLEANINGS. The stall' turns out six issues yearly, which keeps the school well informed about news, views and campus capers. Even though much work is involved, each member of the staff enjoys working on the paper. The big thrill for any reporter comes when his own creation appears in print. Ask any Mercian and she will tell you GLEANINGS is really the Tops. Nl. A. Kelley, G. Brehm, M. Abaecherli and .l. Hendy, seated. do research work for GLFANINGS, P. Spicer. K. Gleason. G. Felix, B. Torbeck and Ci. Fspelage aid. Sxfra! gxfrafxjl-of off fAe ever fpoldng re- e- Coming in to assist M, Overbeck and E. Meyers are J. Weigand. D. Bachman. D. Gramke. M. Fischer. F. Powell, S. Nieman and B. Bravard, GLFANINGS staff members. Editors, Pat Mitchell and Donna Buttelwerth. seated, go over the dummy with Martha Franke and Carol Carney. -70 Sophs are at it again! These future reporters congregate each day at l:l0 in Room 17. Here they put on their "thinking caps" and try their unlimited skill at editing their annual edition of GLEANINGS. They scurry through the hallways of Mercy interviewing teachers and collecting the news. The sophomores make ears talk and heads float. After they put it to bed they anxiously await the hour of their debut, the hour their own edition of GLEANINGS comes olf the press. The reward - they're members of GLEANINGS stall. Flanked by co-editors Sharon Hausman and Mary Jo Herr. Cub Editor Mary Lou Hall scans finished product. X 9 -X omes fAe Hgfeanings ramme 7 ftjvews Cub reporters pore over information for news articles Seated are Deanna Hoetker Betty Wetta Q trole Meyer and Geraldine Grieco: standing, Marellene Wedig, Marcia Fisher Rita Ornella Mary Holzschuh and Sue Sohmer unify' XM ,M QW! anvlgiers resenf Hf47Zzese golden I atysn W ,,, . X A nf. s - , gi . W M12 ig 1' fl ' ' k .WNW M' ' 4' . -, Eg Q13-2 A 2 A l if ti it ' SJ' l .. ' -' S ' l if - S we K s N if lr A 3? ' 1 it x It '5 i fi Q A i .f elis 'ff 'i it i, A? 5454, gf! ., ,',, A . owl 3 H I .f , 'VI Q . '?fQa.z , it S - if A QV 1 f 5 fi 1 "You all look simply divine." purrs Marianne Ahaecherli lthe villain! to her irate "friends" Barbara Beesten. Susan Murnan, Barbara Whitaker. Sandra Steel and Flaine Byrne. as she schemes to win oxer all of their boyfriends. "Oh no. castor oil!" cringes Alice Long as Grace, Carol lrauth. makes sure she swallows the whole spoonful. Sympathetic supervisors Lana Sandman, Teresa Bertke, Patricia Mitchell and .loanne Hendy watch the operation. L. te Sf'OYty 011.61 afeel' QV! O QCIYVIS L7 655014 lNobody cm call me that and get away with it." yells Kathy Gleison as she slaps Marilyn Barkalow. Shocked re Ktthy l ibmeier, Rita Heuerman and Diana Angner. s "And these few precious days, l'll spend with you." Strains from "September Song" provided the background for the M8zG play, "These Golden Days." Sally Howard King, a writer, comes back to her home town for a visit. She is idolized by two impetuous teenagers who are eager to be writers. When these girls try to help Sally in her love-life some very interesting situations develop. Through the youngsters' antics, Sally leams that there is no such thing as an independent woman. "How did she get here?" asks Kay Baumgartner as Bev MacDonald and Sue Rudig wonder about that, too. But Lynne Schneider just seems to ignore them completely. "lt's vnorn like this," Diana Angner and Kathy Labmeier tell bewildered Kathy Wade. as Joan Sucher looks on. 2 1 rf' rf 31 -af .sa Lights! Camera! Action! Presenting the Senior class in "Wedding Shoes," under the direction of Sister M. Carlos. The setting is a typical Dutch town with the canals, the tulips and the pretty Dutch maidens. Petronella. a very attractive Dutch girl, is going to marry the very wealthy Mynheer Van Koppelkoop, although she had pledged her love to Dirk. The maidens of the village turn against Petronella. She soon realizes she could not marry Koppelkoop just for his money. She and Dirk are reunited as the play ends. Skaters A. Blinkhorn, A. Kiefer. C, Ward. Cf Hemsteger. J. Richard, B. Spicer, J. Holley and J. Meyer provide the dancing to the strains of "Skating on the Canal." eniors Enferfain WHA ufjze Izfljeolthng Shes" As C. Trauth tries to fit the dainty wedding shoe on B. Bcesten's "big foot." A. Long, E. Byrne. V. Wuest, S. Rudig, C. Frey and J. Wilmes watch with amazement. 174.- As the fair Petronella. Teresa Bertke, looks vvoeful, Mynheer Van Koppelkoop. Mary Lou Bourque. tells of his great achievements and his love for her baking skill. Dream! Wish! Work! Study! This is the 'lmagicu formula which. combined with God-given talent, can lead to a Gold or Silver medal recital. As a climax to four years of this combination ten talented seniors are receiving gold medals for outstanding achievement. Eight of these girls merit medals for their superiority in dramatic art and two for excellence on the piano. Five seniors and five juniors are receiving silver medals in dramatics with one junior getting a similar medal for skill at the keyboard. The seniors' medals are presented with the awards on graduation night. Junior Mary Jo Boyle receives a silver medal in music. .lackie Holley and Sue Schroeder receive gold medals. J CIVIC! Shel' k.mG?JC1h5f'5 f' re SVCIVJCNJ fpilfli Performing a one act play, "Etiquette in l833" are Teri Bertke and Kathy Wade. while Carol Trauth and Elaine Byrne do the recognition scene from "Anastasia," These plays are an important part of their gold medal recitals. ,76- ,...u,..... 5--........ i - .g- 1 . H- ff Jguf-wa' 'Cl V C Qi -an vN"f'PaK"' ' f 4 Junior silver medalists in dramaties are M. Ahaeeherli, S. Steel, J. Mooney, A. Karl. .l. Schwab and K. Voss. or ufsfanchng rvljorlf W7 ll I "The Bond Betueeni' is enacted by gold medalists Lynn Nlee + 71 v"1 if .ig .- Y W ,Y Seniors B. Whitaker, J. Sueher, R. lenbrinli. KI Fie A. Long receive silver medals for dramatic abilities in F. fwfr K7-Leif 720,115 offydrf Kay Baumgartner. Diana .-Xngner and Sue Rudi A: Q ffl l V E. . ,L . if . t Q ,x I 5 , ln this scene from "Everyman" Kathy Nead descends into her unintended grave as .lean Wagner portrays an angel. Death! This dread topic which sometimes makes brave men shudder is the theme of the freshman morality play entitled "Everyman" In the play God sends Death to summon Everyman. Presently Everyman goes to all of his Virtues asking them to follow him into eternity. They accept his offer only to find that his next life will be spent in a cold, dark grave. Each virtue turns agalnst him leaving him to die alone. His few Good Deeds are the only ones ready to accompany him. .lust as death comes to Everyman. he comes to us to call us to make the journey ourselves. 66 66 99 Q 99 Zres rnan f' cfresses M0160 .ibeduf IM verlyxnan Kathleen Moriconi watches Marriane Defourcy. as she implores the assistance of her "Good Deeds," Sue Cody. DAUGHTER S THE norm "This is the typical American family." says Peggy Vos of P, Brinker. Cf l.uduig. G. Grieco and ,l. lnderli ilfygejvofe fo n.My5e!f,, is nacfcv! Ley SoPAonaore5 "I want a date with Sandra Deel' '...' 'l'll have a mink coatl' '... famous phrases of thc ungrateful children in the sophomores' Thanksgiving play. "Life is so dismal," they think. The parents aren't satisfied, but they try patiently to explain that material things aren't very important. Then a stranger appears. He has but few possessions, yet he is thankful for the little that he has. This is the spark which gives the family a completely new lease on life and the sophomores a good play. Winnie Cook and Jane Bennett narrate the play. "A Note to Myself," with Joy Archibald as Christ on the Mount. silk? g i Q I Y' lx-1 2 w -79.- my 0 I 1151301150 RIIITE C15 CVCLV-5!ClCl' 2 l'C5Ci7f'5 Murder? Intrigue! Mystery! Those words hest descrihe the Mercy-lilder play "Murder Takes the Veil." A suspense-lilled audience watches to see which ol' the three male teachers from Saint Aurelien's college murdered Helen Perry and is threatening the lil'e of Trillium. Who did it? That is the question in everyones mind. Could it he Mr. Archer the writer or the suspicious looking painter Mr. Torvaldson. Still another possihility is Mr. Eric, the physical education teacher. Directed hy Sister Carlos and Father Putnik. this three act play gives pleasure and thrills to its dazed-in-their-seats audience. The ansxyer to this "Who done it'."' f Cris Archer. L lothed in stolen garh. Crispin Archer lThomas Waldronl tries to strangle Mary Elizabeth lkay Baumgartnerl. Trillium Pierce tKathleen Wade! surprises him in the act when she returns from concealing the "golden fleece." I 66 7 L , 99 Pine- H73 llflcq rvuna, urclcr 41605 fAc Lei As she conducts the annual All S0ul's Day procession at Saint AlIl'CiiCl1-S. Sister Raymond. Elaine Byrne. gives the proper pitch for students Bzirhzirzi Whitaker. l.ynne Schneider. Patricia Burns. Kay Huumgurlner :ind ,loan Sucher. 5 claim, mt1iJ5 Sfrige vi Drums go bang. and thc cymbals clang. and the horns they blaze away!! But not just on Saint Patrick's Day. Mercy's Melody Maids make sweet strains of music throughout the year. A brand new feature has been added to make this year's orchestra the greatest ever. Along with all of the terrific regulars, theres also a very special attraction. a Freshman group which practices in earnest in order one day to be as great as the upperclassmen. All work together and perform for such excellent dramatic features "These Golden Days," the Mercy-Elder Play, the Junior and Senior glee club performance and they are always ready and available for every emergency. One and two and three - and Mary Middendoit giwes tlounbeat to start the Melody Maids on a musical trip. t arty, ersafl e ofc Orchestra members: ROW l, K. Davis. D. Lameier, M. Widmer. P. Donahue. K. Doerger, N, Roshone: ROW 2. G. Flanagan. K. Kreimer, M. I.. Elfers. R. O'Connor. B. G. Neiheisel. C. Williams, M, J. McGowan: ROW 3. K. Gallagher, B Oldlng, S. Galvin. K. Tierney. T. Doyle: ROW 4. M. Middendorf. S. Doering, P. Mayer. Y. Dubach. J. Agruso, B. Busim TOW ROW, N, Schroeder. V. Stoll. A, Middendorf. M. l.. Lamping. Absent: .l. Moeves, M. A. Froschauer. xj'F!liiOl"' cnior CAOVII5 ings easonaf 501135 Y 'iii 1 4 YA I ii? L IX . . .- , 'Y ! ? F r 4' l sf ik e 2 G 3 2 - Q 1 - Second sopranos: ROW l. P. Focrtsch. M. G. Korfhagen. S. lohhcck. F, Nylcn. l.. Emmerich. C. Socll: ROW Z. C. Kolks. K. Kuchenhuch. J. Wcigand. N. Riser. CI Younghans. C. lispclagc. R. Hcucrman: ROW 3. .l. Berger. P. Fngclkc. .l. Bolia. K. Mcycr. A. Rogg. M. Kolks: ROW -1. .l. Slrasscr. B. Wicgcl. .l. lsvolt. K. Thinncs. M. Ovcrhcck and Ci. Fischer: ROW 5. CQ Franz, .l. Wciscnhach. .l. Feller. M. Frcrick, C. Roudchush. S. Nieman and 'laulhcc who blend their voices in UKCCI harmony as thc glcc club gurls sci to entertain viith popular favoritcs. old and new. Altos: ROW I, M. Rudumillcr. B, Gicsc. I.. Mccr. N. Gcrdcs. l. Jenkins. P, O'Kccl'c: ROW Z. C. Klcinxxacchtcr. M. B. Kortc. .l. Koch, P. Hofmann. B. Cirillin, .l. Ricdcl. N. Vondcnhrink: ROW 3. K. Kaiser. C. Murphy. M. lucngling. .l. Holley. P. Sciarra. .l. Walsh: ROW 4. P, Burke. M. Kahhcs, A. Hammcrlc. K. Kunl. .l. lfspclagc, .l. Bachmani ROW 5. A. Luchhcring. G. Hcnnckcs, P. Ellis. Nl. Fischer. .l. Budde who contrihulu thc low notes. sgo fAe CAVl'5f'l'lfICI5 rogrmn anal :Spring oncerf C7 Sopranos: ROW I, S. Stahley, K. Cuni, J. Mayr. M. A Eckes. M. Strassell, B. Gutjar: ROW 2, M. H. Siemer, V. Schloemer, D. Schweinlin, S. Schonhoft, A. Karl, C. Schnapp: ROW 3, J. Franz, A. Blinkhorn, J. Richard, B. Luhrman, D. Hussong, M. E. Weber: ROW 4, M. Flaherty, C. Fischer, D. Ditoro, J. A. Dragan and P. Backg ROW 5, M. Carroll, E. Green. C. Thilliez. B. Carroll, D. Bachman, M. Jaspers who complete the Senior chorus. Members of the chorus herald the coming of the Angel Gabriel, Barb Whitaker, as he salutes the Virgin Mary. Blend in a mixture ol' lilting folk melodies and inspiring spirituals with the musical talents of our Junior and Senior girls. Add just a pinch of hard work and fun under the direction of Sister Mary Aloyse. One essential ingredient is the spirit of the yuletide season. Still another touch of spice is added with the spring concert and its feature. songs from the many musical plays. The happy result is a well-balanced musical diet. 410-. Around the world . . . Soviet Russia . . . Vice President Richard Nixon debates with Nikita Khrushchev. . .Across the nation... Queen Elizabeth and the President inspect the Royal Air Force Guard of Honor . . . About Mercy . . . organizations are active . . . Miss Mercy checks her French twist or short bob . . . arranges her club pins and medals . . . shags on down to big meeting. -86 GRGANIZAT EONS if W , Mm m hlll'l'1l11ll'1gIhClI'lI1lIllll'l0I6 N tncy Gcrdes 1nd Judy Riedel seated sung wlth Gul Colllns 1nd Judx Frtn7 Need singers for amy occasion? A group thz1t'll "Curry You Buck to Old Virginnyu or harmonize thc "Little Drummer Boy" is Mercy's at cappella chorus. They provide songs lor cverv event 'lnd tn exent lor exery sons: The PTA tht student body and mmy others have rctpcd tne henchts ol their euorts Alter thc extensive md tcdlous tcheirstls the ple is tnt harmonv md l1lClOdl0Ll9 struns ol their volces entrance thc audlencc So under the tble dlrectlon ol Ststcr Marv Aloxse the exrls constantly strive tor beautv ln music Pisa!! CAM11- ln 5 we f LYVVVIOMIQ 'T'7CI 5:5 3-311 2 '4 ...gg- .72- 51025 00 1-'72 SR :CU-t 55' if E-3 .T."T1rn ,- 57375 :MQ espn Q-2 923 ::a" fr-:J nw 2 .- ,gg og-5 'Zeb '- O :OE rl-:z 015' YD DUQQ 1--E K4:-' :s:. rang- S 3:-E 253 QYQ Q. ::"r1 232 r:..::" QN3 '4 e. 200 -15,52 Ewg- :J UQQA 511 QQ: J :x in W5 -590 O-1-1 '1 653' 23: Q5-ra 53 if join -crr. Orb- 3-tf'D mSQ- 'fel yd, Q , . ir :LT ,e:,QKfi,f, t 33 V2 . . xy . 1 -tr, , I i A, I -.1 .- - , . .-,lui .- ily: ., Y A Q A Q, 1, we MQW ' ' - -I l L Q it Q ' ' V: "lg - tl ,. V fi' ' ' 1 , . 4 -E, .. -, 1 -Q A "" r ' U 4, ..... ' . 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' t .4 ' - ' "' - 'I X, hx, ,.,i Y f J . t J f ur W7 9, as 'tv ' 'm A Wu, M,..,,,, . I if M ff T , I . .f .1 . ZA. i I ws... W ,Ha , , ,gt , H wi Ahh . - I I' tri ul ,- ..... r , av.. .,, -.,, M, M . . . ' ' A ' . g Km 'kiwi WW? St geek PQ 'ft i 88 C M" ,-Xrrunging at display for Business-C ureer Night is enjoyet y ,. 1 ' , ,. . e- 'HR- .Z lb I Sehiieh l N1 yer. Nl. F, Weber ind S Robinson as , . so 5115117055 C!1lAgmCl11 NZY5 fo J 155 CL l'CfCIl 1 Activities ol' Nlerey's Business Club tire planned to eomplete muteriul given in business eltisses, Nlovies ure shovyn which enable the students to see typing experts employ the best techniques to insure sueeess. Filmstrips give excellent ideus us to hovy "Miss Seereturyu is to eonduet hersell' on the job, For this she needs poise. personality. etlieieney. perseyerunee. zteeurztey und above alll. good judgment. The members of the Business Club ure regularly reminded by Sister Loretto Nlztrie. the elub moderator. "lo strive to be Nlury-like und to be ai good intluenee on whomever they meet." llrexy Io.in Ienoewr eonduets at Business Q lub meeting with Ciuil Witlmer, See.. und Sandi Robinson. Yiee Pres. Attention!!! The members ol' CDL. Citizens for Decent Literature. are tinally, after many' long hours. seeing the light of their work through the smut and trash of literature in our area. Because the chapter of CDL at Mother of Mercy' is so enthusiastic. other schools in this state as well as others. are beginning to help us with this work. Many' phone calls. letters. and even some personal contacts by' these members have made it possible for the general committees. under the direction ol' Sister Mary' Richardus. RSM.. to do their apostolic work more adequately' and elliciently. Carol lrauth. Cincy high school CDI chairman. talks to school chairmen Roberta Baeelile and Kathy Gleason, 7 I 'V ivic - i14cleclmc1'c1'a1115 Secl' Qbcccnf .:Lrif'Cl'ClfllVC X n 'Nl trois jokes with Alice long at a C DI. meeting. Seated are .'X, Marois. ll. llacliman. Nl. Cflonnor. M. Ciroen. 7 e standing. .-X. long. l, Rutliemeyer. P. Burke. .l. Hachman. I. Richard. C. Connelly. all ready to yyork, looking pleased is Sister lherese Frances as supplies for .lamaica are given to her hy B. Huth and li. Byrne. Pray! Sacrifice! Work! ll' you are capahle of performing these three actions then you possess the same qualities as the Nlercians helonging to the Catholic Students Mission Crusade. Girls here at Mercy join their prayers with CSMC'ers everywhere for the spread of the Church. They' sacritice not only their money. hut also their time working for the missions. Campaigns such as collecting tax stamps. hooks and magazines for the missions are some ol' the many projects carried on throughout the year. Mission Days, a highlighted time. are fun lor the girls and most prolitahle for the missions. So. il' you wish to pray. sacrifice and work the CSMC needs you. Speffs rprcicyer, Illljorlr unc, Sflrtly Sandra Steel. treasurer: Kathy Voss. secretary. Barhara Huth. vice president: Flaine Byrne. president. and Sue Sohmer. auditor of Mercyis USMC' unit. package magazines tor mailing and distrihution among countless missions, Bc Ayyarc ,Q iq, . V x, ,X g f 1 PY' X ' X-,-jf tigmof Enjoying Bonnie Carncy's attempt to hit the pinata are. kneeling. .l. Koetters. K. Kunz. A. Hammerlc. D. Moratschck. C. Franz. A, Luehhcring. B, Whitaker: standing. A. Schwah. P. Gilmore. J. Franz, K. Cuni. B. Griffin. J. Sucher M. Eckes. M. Strassell. F. McMahon. P. Sciarra. K. Fox and P. Hauser. all members of Mother of Mercy Spanish club. Extra! Extra! Relations between Pan-American nations improved. The Spanish club under Miss Martino's direction could cause such a big story. On Pan-American Day in festive dress. scnoritas inform classmates of customs of the countries. All academy children arc learning the language of France, in keeping with the new project of the French club. "Student-teachers" agree that instructing the children from the "other side of the desk" is an invaluable experience for them. QVCAZWS QQYM 014191425 of Spain CIWJ JVQMCC? Following French custom, D. Killinger, C. Palasek, P. Ellis. G. Collins. C, Schnieders. C, Ward. seated: M. C. Taggart. A. Blinkhorn, F. Frey, K. Labmeier. M. Fischer, kneeling: N. Schloemer, G. Brackmann. L. Schumacher, C. Kunsemiller. A, Marois, C. Frey, J. Luken and J. Bone, standing. decorate the traditional "Christmas" shoes. K7 GAA: ROW l, N. Klctt, J. Fitzpatrick. M. H. Siemer. S. Schroeder lv. pres.J, R. Heuerman tpres.l. C. Powell lsec.l. D. Mason ttreas.l, M. Klett, G. Felix: ROW Z. M. Miller. M. Hatting. 1. Francisco. D. Bachman. C. Fischer, A. Jacob. D. Haggerty. K. Tierney. J. Witsken. S. Plageman. K. Crowe: ROW 3, M. Fngler, F. Gipperich. C. Nienaber, M. Werle. R. Hyle, H. Spitzmiller, M, Velkoff. K. Kuchenbuch, K. Seithel, C. Borntragger: ROW 4. F, Meyer, M. Bourque, M. Beckman, .l. Fischer, M. Groen. B. Olding. P. Meyers. M. Schlarman. M. Jaspers. athletic misses. QAJLVS llf' QOOGI 45POVf'5l41CIM5 on OP E-N-E-R-G-Y! Where can this be found here at Mercy? The most likely place to begin the search is at a typical GAA meeting. In mid-winter a GAAer's energy is used in flipping a ball for a basket, and in the spring her fancy turns to diamonds, baseball. that is. In GAA the girls learn xg-Y the rules of good sportsmanship as they take part in games. Team spirit carries over into other activities such as our skating parties and dances. Headed by President Rita Heuerman. other GAA otlicers tolleen Powell, Sue Schroeder and Diane Mason "tote" the equipment from the gym for some outside actixity. Did you say Latin was a dead language? Never at Mercy. The Laputinellae Latin club sees to that. The club meetings are based on Rome or the study of Latin. The purpose of this club is to bring girls to understand and appreciate more of the cultural heritage of old Rome. Every year since l93l the club has had many projects. This year they are keeping themselves busy by making colorful notebooks on the life and works of Vergil. Although all things come to an end even in old Rome, Latin at MMH is keeping the customs alive through the "Laputinellae Club." Juno tKathleen Wuersigb begs Aeolus tAnn Middendorfl, god of winds, to create a storm. Observing them are Neptune lMargie Rudemillerl and Venus tPat O'Keefel. ornans ef fAe yacc or ercly Llpllflne ae Laputinellae members, seated: S. Nieman, M. l.. Mayer N -Xbiec erli K Vyuersig tsecl N1 Rudemi er O'Keefe. S. Taulbee, V. Stoll: standing, C, Powell. M. Overbecle -X 'Widdendoif N1 Sweeney S Mirtin D Buttelwerth lprcs.3. J. Hendy ftreas.t. M. Boyle. Hemsath. S. Bm x 1 ind L1 Felix displiv their club embe Sflldenf .gcigrarians onfrigufe ime anal Ijlwlenf Library club members are "bookworms" of a new. important species. Along with encouraging the reading of outstanding books this year's group has arliliated with the National Catholic Student Library Assistants Association. Club members act as school librarian-assistants only at certain scheduled times during the day. Working under the direction ol' Sister Mary Adele. they check books. stamp library permits and write notices. Club members wear a special Library Stall' pin. Stamping a "date due" for Gail Canningk book is Mary McDonough. student librarian. Carol Connelly waits. Student library-assistants areg ROW I, J. Hendy. C. Franz. J. Hizer. P. Bartel lpresidentl, S. Minutolo. M. Eckes. M. Huelsman, C. Kirstein: ROW 2, M. C. Taggart. A. Neu, M. A. Hatting, B. L. Giese, S. Morris, M. Frerick, J. Engelhardt, M. Kurtz, G. Gartner, C. Schnapp, E. Aignerg ROW 3, S. Plageman, M. L. Elfers. G. Greiner. G. Ramsey, R. Kolks, R. Knepfie, C. Fisher. J. Hunzeker, J. Scales, C. Schnapp. N. Riestenberg, B. Hurlander, S, Murnan. Absent when the picture was taken: P. Donohue, M. McDonough, V. Schlomer, B. Stinson. M. Wedig. -96- 7 I f . lg 7 . anal gore fage Jil andy Inc roJzchon5 Senior M 8: G members are: ROW 2. K. A. Baumgartner, K. Gleason K. Lahmeier. CI R. Trauth. M, Bt .l. l,B , Whitaker, L. San iman. S. Murnan, A. Long, B. MacDonald. E. Byrne: ROW Rudig: ROW 3, M. Strassell. J. A. Hendy. CQ Frey. M. Angner. R. Tenhrink. M. I., Meer and .l. Sucher. Bertke. K. Wade, S. nrkalow. l.. Schneider. D. Encore! Encore! While the audience applauds appreciatively. the east smiles and takes its bow. But who are these talented misses? Why. they're M 84 G'ers of course! Besides keeping a ninety average. these girls put in long, hard hours to present this media of entertainment to all who are looking for such: whether it he a comedy to make them laugh. or u murder mystery to keep them chilled with fear. And through it all they sing. "Cheer. cheer for dear old M 84 G!" Juniors: ROW l. J. Sehxxah. J. Mooney. S. Plngenian. S. Steel: :tml ROW 2, S. Nieman. .l. Cassiere. K. Voss. Nl. Overheck: ROW 3. P. Foertseh, F. Meyers. Nl. Klelt. G. Felix. Nl. Duffy ROW' -1. Q. Powell. M. .-Xhaeeherli. fx. Karl. K. Doerger, P. Burns. CQ Nordman. .l. Francisco. I u5icim1s eve QP a asie for gooclendusic Bach. Beethoven and Brahms! Familiar names in the world of music and topics of discussion in Music club. The members promote research and discussions of people in the music profession. Who is responsible for explaining the history of the piano? Why, the Music club of course. Under Sister Mary Aloyse's guidance. the club strives for a really discriminating taste in musical entertainment. St. Pius is the group's patron. Enjoying the attempt of Sue Schroeder. the Music club president. to play the harp are Betty Gene Neiheisel, vice president and Teresa Doyle. the secretary-treasurer. Waiting to hear their tape-recorded voices are Music Club members Betty Gene Neiheisel. Yvonne Dubach. Sue Schroeder. Ann Middendorf. Claire Williams. Kathleen Doerger. Teresa Doyle. Nancy Schroeder. Joan Witsken: and seated. Jacqueline Holley and Mary l.ou Staigl. The thrill and enjoyment of music will always be theirs to have. I rojccfionisfs Lay :Arc io - L1,L'511c1!cf7l4ca:15 Preparing to uprojectn are Mary Holzschuh, Beth Busam. Determined to master the "machine" Mary Huisman. lois Neu. Billie Mae Boelter set up the projection screen. Mary Ann Coonen Mice presidentl inquires about their next feature from Patricia Grogan tsecretaryl. Kathy Herbert ttreasurcrl, and Veronica Wuest tpresidentl. - 99 Focusing and checking the intricate opaque projector are Cynthia Harrington. .lune Beiersdorfer. Judy Black. Under the direction of Sister Mary Joseph, the Projectionist club has gained vast popularity since its birth in September, 1959. The system which has been formed enables a team of highly skilled operators to be present at any time of the day. Members of the club willingly donate their time, allowing teacher and students to enjoy the hlm. F35 "Busy hands are happy hands" is the motto of Sue Galvin. Mary Lee Keller. Joyce Francisco, Pamela Welling, Pat Bartel and Mary Jo Greiner as they work on Junior Red Cross project - favors for hospital patients in our city. QQCOJ Cross ei fAe Symgol ofxja6o for QAM? Red Cross otficers Annette Jacobs, Kathy Fox, Diane Bachman and Janet Kabbes check future plans for club. Everything from erasers to soap enters the Red Cross school chest that is to be sent overseas in June. Everyone participated in assembling these items under Mrs. Cunninghanfs supervision. Nancy Gerdes will write a letter to accompany the chest. Holiday favors are also made by the club on all the important days like Christmas, Easter and Valentines day. That good feeling fills the hearts of Mercians as they practice the familiar proverb, "lt's better to give than receive." -100- Modesty. the key word for SDS members. includes modesty in dress. speech and action. SDS not only promotes modesty but gives Catholic high school girls an opportunity to express opinions on subjects concerning themselves and others. Shopping tours made by the girls help promote displays of more modest clothing in department stores. They strive to inlluence the stores to carry acceptable formals and sportswear. The Fashion Show and formal dance are yearly events. These illustrate the SDS principles in action. Sharon MeAnaw and Gail Brehm check poses of Mary Rose Freeman and lrene Blessing for SDS fashion sltouv. anlovlesiiy in fjzegy me kgs lpfeclge of Joanne Hendy tpres,l models her gown for SDS omeers. Priscilla Shackelford ttreas.l. Dianne Mason tsec.J. Sue Rudig tvice pres.l and Carol Trauth fcity-wide vice pres.l in preparation for the club's December fashion show. Qaggaao nqggqpig f Jcaracm ooo 000 no 0630669 ilagioaggomaa Q0 00099 oo:-como Qllclleitdogoeea OG 900 060000 960000 O0 is Ro Clit Ignhrmk sgnlor prctmt holds the Soda IIN h mnet Nlunhgn ot thy 'Sad tlltx Counul ROW I mdhuk M C1 umt N om B un om U Duxu R W 7 N C Cl I iuChLr C lCollCC NI CJCon I-ngh tusu COW 1 Q ohmu D ogtku N1 Whltton B Cuten B N Cmn md N Furs 1 C o0faLfy C9 fA Quwy f mn ufcmn 10" Ad Jcsum Pu M trttm Ihls motto uprusu thL Sod tltst C w tx oi lm T wmty om Mpru gurls ol N1othCr oi Nhru md Stunt C11thCrlnC lhCCC xwrp the hrst -vlrlx to lm Consurttpd tt MMH S0dlllStS took ptrt IH XU Cponsorpd Opgrttton C hrtst md Thru Hours Wtth Chrlst 18 wall tht. rI'llI1lI'lU 9Chool tor C tthollp Lmdprs ThC Ctrl B was thg htvhltuh ot Coutl Cu C tc Ll Inn mth thuC udrts Sodttss mwr torn! thur ipostolm md thC tolls ot Sodlhtx N1oCt lmportmt ts thetr Cit.N0ll0I1 to thg Bluskd Mothpr pttromss ot thg Sodtlltx f7TLlI1Ilt.I' of thg Sodthtx tt Mothu ot Nhru md the Cltx wide Operttxon Christ prom tm Rcmrynd Prank J md SJ mu es mmx 1 on tx ea., , an-i 2, -, 5 . 6 in J- . F, . . or X V A 1 ,lv ,, C h"t " ". " . f af' 1' 2 1 t ' f ' ' .c z', ' " ure: .M. Bra . K. t1oric '. K. 1' h '. '. 'IL O -1 K. t1'5". ' ' . '. ' '.. , " nor, M. ' 'Q "tl .H . ' . .HH . .C'ztrrolI. if zn.1 , fvlagr. . . f . 5 C l ' O I , 5 L 4 L C- , , , ', I" ' C '. C., ,.. ,. C L 2 'I V2 if ' ' 'CI ' fx - C C CJ, b' tt wcrc consecrated in thc Sodulity under thc nztmc Ag ' 'Q ' ja fa' 1 V '. H 'x 3 W I' -A l' B ' xii 1 1 L . ' L ' H 5 ' , if " us x r 1. 4 S K C I il hw 12 1 --I h C'ry:z ull 1. ' 'C 'L t ' 5 "L 1"I'lI,' in tl "ty, if' " - 2 zlft: C fx ' H C 1' L sf 1 C L C g 1 L- ' Q 1 ' '. . Q ' z ' ' ' ' C Ck-L C 1 Q 2 Chr: ' C L' 2 ' V. C. 'V C C 5' 2 ' V 2 C- ' A C .. 1 "5-" 1' X ' gn . kt ' . Holla . .. .. ' "t , L 5 to "1 cti " by hix zlks. Ciuided hy the definition ol' St. Thomas Xquinas. "Art is right reason in the making." senior art students strixe to heeome memhers ol Theta Art eluh. lhe eluh is restricted to the senior art students. To gain membership in the art elulw. students must maintain a high average by doing outstanding xxork in printing. eeramies. design and drawing. A gold pin. symbol ol' achievement in the sphere ol' art. is worn by every member. nl 'he j......-1u40'f Senior artsists, Connie Murphy. Georganne Braekmann an.l .loan lauels. design posters lor the senior elass play. I 7 . 4 . 1 7 f Avia f' rf Wes enf fo VCCIflVC cr enf .-Xetive senior art students who haxe achieved the specified standards may join the 'lheta Art eluh. Seated are Cf Murphy, D. Massman. Miller. .l. Sueher. C. Kunsemiller lpresidentl. .l. Beiersdorfer, Cf Frey. G. Braeltmann. .l. Hone, M. R. Freeman: standing. C. Harrington. J. Lauck, B, Neiheisel, M. Gallagher. .l. Budde. Schroeder, P. Widmer, .l. Hoffrogge. .l. Plum. J. Meyer. .l. Weisenbach. S. McAnaw, K. Owens and B. Sauer. Theta Art members. 7, 1112 , ail.. ENB .5-vg, ' 2 'KV' 'Q vw is-c-. 1: aa,-4,.:4.h ' f Q g, K X N XSS. Around the world . . . to Algiers . . . mob civilians topple iron fence . . . paratroops bar the way . . . Across the nation . . . heads of two great powers meet in USA . . . Ike eyes Mr. K .... About Mercy . . . many underclassmen dance the cha cha . . . wear shades . . . sport white blazers . . . study to "Sound of Music" . . . skip the fuss . . . ride home on a Dreamliner bus . . . so it goes. --l04- 1-.,. L i xxx: L wr I vi x tif -IV? ff' ix T 1 x 'v 4 f -,L xii' L , YJ .:- f-4 '-fe . ' , 1 xx y ' ' 1 l bf f!-Zh X . 5 'V 'll' 5 f ' ' ff X L kg,-1 4 ig hwy' A, f -105 - Stopping to enjoy a long. cool drink at the Coca-Cola machine are junior homeroom presidents, Barbara Torbeck. Margaret Brodbeck. Gayle Felix. Diane Bachman. Shirley Nieman and Kathy Thinnes. lt's the pause that refreshes. CA755 of ,6l:f4ff.1inf osifion o egillaeriorifcy "Doesn't she look lovely." say S. Nieman and J. Sueher while .I. Black models her outfit for the fashion show. "Well, l am finally a junior!" exclaimed one of the girls upon entering school the first time this year. Yes. last year's sophomores are now this year's upperclassmen. The year is filled with acquiring more knowledge in religion. business. math and science. They experience a tremendous excitement the day Sister announces the man is here to measure the girls for rings. There is also the day a meeting is called for juniors to start planning that special. secretive program for the seniors - practicing those many hours to present the best yet. Finally the day has come for the Junior-Senior prom and they dance the night away with that special one. Juniors are now waiting for the day in September when they will be acknowledged as Mercy's Senior class. - H164 Iia1l'ball'4n HKIIII smiles COl11ll'2lllIllllO x Mixsion Dany from LSMC' PILNILLI Huine Byrne. us the senior c xndu e Kathleen Vow reeeixex her 1 rn Cffi CI 1551014 LTV! l 97f'C C1170 OHICVOOVVI l"CXlt SJ C .J J I J-f ' W! 6: .. If vw W "' A 5 .9 h 1 ,I , X Qi: ROW l: M. Ahueeherlx. R. I A y is Aichele, D. Bachmzm. R if' 4' 7 K Bucehle. ik. Banker. 5 I S X M . W 4' ' T , ROW 2: K. Barone. N. Hamel. Rf? , gf? . W, gb T. Burwiek. 1. Beck. K 'W' I V Behne. I y 'V W ' X W , 'C 3 .. fa., ' , 4' ROW 3: .l. Berger. M. Bernmg. ' .. W f Cf- 'Qrg f S. Bien. 1. Black. H. M. 4, If T7 . Boelter. I if K' Y L f x Q 6. gf 3 9 ,s4 ROW -1: .l. Bonhuus, P. Bon VNV , 1 'W ' 9 hillh. H. Houck. M. J. Boyle. 4 ! P. Brady, ' I l I I S :- ROW 5: S. Brady. B. A. i-im' "' T iv vurd. G. Brchm. M. lirod- , heek. R. Bruner. , 4 b s N .J f 0 , F w , . Q """ Row 1: s. Buchlcr, D. Bucr I 4 - gcr. P. Burnx. l.. Buxchur ' 5 I 1 ' M K. Byrns. v l f " V I lr X GP' ROW 2: M. Carroll. I. Lux xicrc. N. C Iuxton, B. look , ' ' B. Cook. rf' . Q.. ... 2 5- V , ,. , 4 my .,A-, , 6 Row 3: R. Cooncn, CQ comme W I "', ' 'f' ' G. Cunninghznm, J. llrum 1 Decker. ' 1 ' V 4 I ."'. X g . . 1" ' xx. -f i? 1' VA 1- ' Q -':- V Row 41 K. :beam-mins. lim lb 7 l . J ff ing. D. Diloro. M. Docpkcr l ll ll ' 6 1 Row S1 P. ummm. 1.. nm- A "" rington. 'IQ Doyle. .l. Ducn A A hoft. M. A. Duffy. .V l , X .2481 I C7 ' I IIVIIOI' lr 5 GIAC arf U1 atys Celeste l-'rcp Iricx to conxolc .luliu Mooncy uflcr discovering Llcccplion. uml Anne Karl watches the uclivilx. nv + t 7,1245 Maury lo Boyle amd Anne Karl ztrc set for their performance in thc Saint Ccciliuk clay program. Rose Metric Miccli waits hcr atppcztruncc to xhoxx hcr tztlcntx. 'lcri Bcrtkc amnounccx. mile xyunior usicians resenf J Aeir ecifals P. QQ. .T - 1. ' .- f " 5' , g' ROW l: M. Duwel, B. Fgan f M l.. Egncr. P. Engelke, B. Ffh . Cx "Xu 4 ': ,.: 4 'iii gd 4 .id ' if , ROW 2: M. C. Ernest, C. Es- , . F ,. peluge. M. J. Fcldkump. M m 6 l Feldman. G. Felix. 'fr - ff gf 5 "5 Row 3: J. Fcller. V. Ficdclduy C. A. Fischer. C. Fischer l fl M. D. Fisher. ff if W 1' ROW 4: M. A. Flaherty, G Flanigzm. P. Foertsch, B l ' Hx ' Fogelmun. J. Francisco. . qs. I Q . Ls' 9 ROW 5: M. A, Frcrick, N. W . Q . f ' - l ii D --109-- Frey. S. Froschuucr, P Gallagher, G. Gcrding. Bolwbic Stinson rcccivcx hcl' pin und ix noxx at fllll-ttcdgctl libl'1tt'i:ttt-uid. P, Bztrtcl cunfurx the tnctnhcrxhip und S. Nlinutolo hclpx. Axxuiting their turn strc V. Schlomcr. N1. Nlcllutttwttgti. 66 av , . . . f UHIOVS f' VC H1110 ll1f'O Cllicy CLIL5 6- I I A ' . an-A Row 11 H .1.. cttw. P. Gil. U - VV -Q 'Q morc. N. Ciintcr. C, Cinctz. I . A D. ca.-umm. 7 x ' , ag' 4 V, t . ss . Q' f' ,su .V W Q , ' -jk ' ROW Z: I-.. Green. S. Huge- lf 1' - mzxnn. D. Haggerty. S, xx 4 I Hcmsztth. B. Hcrhcrt. ' 0 Q ,I v I qb. , 5.2 , ff' .1 lf' ROW 3: .l. Hizcr. .l. Hosting. ' C. Hofmun. Il Hofmann. J ! r ' I ". I X Hollcrhuclt. fu? - , ,Q .. A' ' ' - ROW 4: D, Huixmttn, J, Hun Q if b 'V j lCkCI', N1. Huscntam. D . 2, ' 4 'L f Htmung. 51. lrclztnd. W 5: A, .Iztcob-, M. .lztxpctx .5 ' . RO y N. Jcdding. D. Joncx. K 3. f- N Jungkunz. t . 4110- Mary Niiddcndorf accompanicx. as Gail Flanigan. Kathy Docrgcr. Helly Cicnc Ncihciscl and .-Xnn Middcmiorf provide thc musical background for thc glue club and their Christmas asscn1bl5. . . C , , 1 . 54141 C2Qm5e JAQU' olceg in Czlrrwfnaas eng sw 7 7' 5.9 I ,V -I .lI. V V , ,M V . N. J ROW I. OX. Kar . D. .Ki mgu A' M. Kinross. N. Kmroxs, P .Hi ix ' ' Kinsfcr. i ' W . A Q I Afvv ,I .. -f L an lx-V K4 Lv! 'C' RONV 2: Ci. Kirstcin, Cf Klein W M,.:' 3' 4 - wacchler, M. A. Klctt, J K 1 'W Kloxterman, I.. Knapp. -' . 1 - 1" , 1, .' f' in ' ROW 3: J. Koch. M. Koenig ' . 1? cp Kolks, M. KOIKS. M. G f "" 'L 6 X Korfhagen. 5 7 i in i ..- .f 2 A .. D ' L, ROW 4: M. B. Korlc. D A' ' Kramer. M. J. Krocgcr. K 'f ' Kuchcnbuch. D. lachmann ' r ' 1 , 171 2' if A L ROW 5: E. Lampc. 'I'. Lampc V W4 ' , fr J. Langenbahn. P. l.an1a s in mtla, N. l.illlICl'VHlSSCI'. W l: l. Liesgnng. A. Lin- 'rdo. P, Link. E. l.ittner M. l.oesch. 'Q f ' 37 xi im R0 3' I g "' ' K M lik' 7 r 7 K N y gd We v l l 6' . 4 i. ,-. S? 2 , V' -- 2 l of..." 'ff' Row 21 s. Lohbeck. 1, 1.0- ff , ,i W7 , ff. sucker. D. rmmn. M. J. uh' 'V i . ' Martin. A. Martini. .I , 2 N 1,1 ' it at M E I J . ge, Q ,. If Qi Q Row 3. D. iyiimm. M. 1.. QQ., V' QA' , Z9 f' Mayer. M. A. McDonald, 'Q Y H y fs M. McDonough. M. Mc- Fm i fi Laughlin. l x A 9 SL bf QU, iqllvrq ROKx4:A E. Medeweller, K. iN Y v ? LOUIS. J. Mentrup, K. I Q j Meyer. E. Meyers. ii' Q X 5' ' if' W- 5- ,Lf Row sp R. M. Miceli, A. V' , 5 . M Middendorf. c. Miller, K. ' I . , i. MiIler,V.Mink. Ili I 4 I ' 1 uniors erif any jroPAie5 for excellence, -o""'Q wk' . my Mary Jo Herr and Elfreidc Green are proudly "showing off" the trophies than they won for their slogans for dental health week before they place them in "proper company" in the case. 5-1 asm X. V' hu., S 3 I V ,R-nj? g. fi , "', fill Kill f if , Y- v T-I l t gi, R A 2 5, . gif I an gr 9.1 ' V fvb QA, 'di t . . ROW I: .l. Mooney. B. Moran P. Moran. D. Nauert, l? Neiheisel. ROW 2: A. Neu, Nichting K, Nickol. S. Nieman. B Nienaber. ROW 3: C. Nordman, F. Nylen, M. O'Connor. P. O'Keefe, D. Osborn, ef Q ... - .g i ll ful it ROW 4: J. Osterman, M. Ottke, M, Overbeck, S. Plagcman, CI Powell. ROW 5: J. Price. J. Prinzo, C. Reupert. M. A. Riehle, N, Riser. Iyer excellence in qlelvg, from lbenfures fo Lafin Marianne Ahaecherli proudly displays the Auxilium l.atinum trophy that she helped min hy getting a Superlatiyc more in the Latin text last year. Donna Buttelwerth, Sue Martin watch. mm 1' 'qi-1 9' Nts' 'N Y' rv I 'Wm 'E' IIAIJH 41 ,x Q :EQOA znfo ro PLcf: W I C Rolunson X RL S Ri1llk1L17l1N11 N1 H Rllkk LI SL 1 V1 1 L 1 NL N SL m mn SL 1 umm SLhloxs C SLhn app -gy KO V SLNILIL L1 SLhnLlIL1 S SL1'1UI11101l N1 Sthllm 1LhLr I SLhxx1b ROW -1 k.1NNll 7 L VNlLH1lI1 C SL1 1LI 1 K S1 nw V 5 C QDLI1 1 SPILLI Stnhlex S QILLI B Simson 1 ufure ear: C HLL1 mLht fmds Pit 0 lxLefL and hu mothLr engrossed ln ln LIIFICSI k1lSk,llSNIOfl mth Sandra Runmls 8 MMH LonLLrnmQ pldC1lCd1 numna Dads dance their Mercy daughters to the tootin' tunes of the Teen Tones. ,l. Scales honors her father with n dance. Enjoying a slow number are li. Kirstein and her "special" date. C'X4l4Cl QCIMCQ 1' . 1- I , fAe v. if-E , evening f' waxy WHA fjzeir mace fx, 5' , ' will Q- . 'N "' fb Kim, X ' 1 1 x , l s L 'S If .3 fn. Y: 6- f'v-L, 'L X.. QQ:-if X44 J Q, ' Q, fb, sw . AA af , , 9 l . l ' lf " - 74 Z. t 52 . ze- .Q if fe, 'f' I - X, 1 , f V' 7 f . l 4 l l T .. gs as RQVSFA .QI . fs.-v " v Q- I K-.1 vi g ' X 2? . gk- . M6 S. 3, qui N tr V X ' 4, .i 5 . . X l 1 V l x 'Q -115- ROW l: V. Stoeckel. V. Stull .l. Strasser, .l. Summc, ID Sutherland. ROW 2: M. C. Sweeney, M. C' Taggart. S. Taulhee. D Taylor, .l. Telgkamp, ROW 3: K. Thinnes. J. Titta. B. Torbeck, M. Tripamer, K. Umherg. ROW 4: B. Urban, G. Volz, K. Voss, J. Wagner, N. Wagner. ROW 5: J, Walsh. D. Weaver, J. Weigand. R. Weil. Nl. C. Weinkam. " as V, V7 ROW l T Wentz N1 P Whm neeel W1 un Vkllkens W ' N1 N Vhrtlmlm Woirim I Wooslu K Q WLICTSIL C Noungh ms 9 'Q Absent D Broakhnus J lsvolt N1 H Buschg N1 Mus S Mmutolo arzefty Loss xg Ac C:Lmav o unzor ear Lsv xhout mxny thm s Ikk, VIIILIV show mls pxops sumrx md ull thg mst ug Kxun Kughgnbuch with gr Iqonnmmdg Jnpxmsy Iles Musa XVLIII md Buulv Herbert In thx. slgw md Joxce lxgsgmg making things ho! 116 AS' I' as ,"s . V A -. nv , sf-ff - - A' - - Q' ' y B, w' B , S. 'lk-, J. RO ' -2 . . " ' '. l. r ' lla . .. . ,, .I if ,M " " s' 'y. 1 ' fx ... Y I. wiv L Es, 'YY as Zieverink. 4, , v W 4 A 1 . -V 2 ,. . .s , ,Q I 1 . v 5 t 4 . ' . Bl,-z z 'g l"' 1' , ' i, 'iz 1 ' " Q" ax ' 3 ' ' h' X WZ, Nancy Merkle receives Elaine Byrnes congratulations for winning a trip to Notre Dame for the USMC' convention. Studious. fun-loving and energetic - these three adjectives are synonymous with the Sophomoresf They have met and conquered the second plateau in their climb lor knowledge. What lessons did they learn or what problems did they solve? ln Latin they came, saw and conquered. The lield trips were a novelty and the girls discovered the many works of nature while wandering around the campus gardens. Theorems. congruent triangles. right angles. obtuse angles. acute angles! Got you confused? No, they solved scores of hard or tricky problems in geometry class. But all work and no play? No! The Sophomores showed great spirit in other school activities also. The lirst two years have passed. but two remain with as much fun, work and studies as the lirst two held. CA755 of cl jvc Loleger on fAe lgofforn lung Sophomore homeroom presidents. Mary Difiero. Mary Lou Roedersheimer. Rita Ornella. Kate Seithel and Lorraine Altimari gather around the sophomore reading list in the library to see if there's anything new or different to be read. -ll7- Mary Ellen Lameicr, Mary Joan Frey, Sharon Hausman. Carole Thompson are listening carefully to Mary Lou Hall as she speaks in the sophomore dramatic play. "A Note to Myself." OTHE 54 1 as 99 SoPAornore jlnesloians resent adgjvoh fo Lyeelf Us A' Ml 3, W . gr, V ,QM MQ Row 11 A. Abmmeilo. M. ' lblr I sr gg? y Allyn, l.. Altimari, J. Archi- A X C ' bald. l. Bartenherger. 1 , X J A .I 4 .D 1. . .L I .,..-- ,nl ,vt ag az- Q ,. f NM A, wp fi? ROW 2: M. F. Baum. C. ,V.. 1 3 Baumer. M. G. Beekman. M. 1 MIX i I hz' Beischel. J. Bernzott. wi f 2 Q an .3 ,oak Q is , .. Row 31 M. J. Bihn. P. Bless- V Ay '55 Q ing. cy Block. J. Bode. E. ' f y A , Bonkowski. if , A li J I if . . 8 .v M.. ' in 'D '55 ROW 4: C. Bornlrager. M. ' ' 5 XY? ' , ,QQ Y Bosse, V. Braun. P. Brennan, ' A . .'-:. P. Brickler. f A I I Ari pl 4 gill. AD Q . b Q S 69 ROW 5: P, Brinker. J, Buch- , in A W' D .3 man. B, Bunker, D. Byrns, - ' H ' I G. Canning. I rf V H rf 1 . A if -.L 4 A if L' EMF ROW 6: D. Carroll, D. Clas- gens, S. Clayton, W. Cook D. Cristofoli. v .loan Witskcn, Mary l.. Staigl. Sharon Kovacs and Mary Karen C onnors like the art students contribution to thc annual St. Cecilia recital which is given hy the students taking music. I it 474140, fibisplaty :jAeir usical jalenfs in ecifals gr, ' Q3 :gi X57 Row 11 cy DeGuire. R. mn f ' W A v Ier. M. inicma, S, ibm-sang I A 4 I A A M .l. lDCOfXllI'l. I A, il La fa 4- F AZ: tg, Mg ROW 2: M. Dragan. .l. Duna I 325.1-L4 gan. R. Eichert, K. Fmmer H V x f ' I i V ich. G. Fmierle. l J 1 I .f ,J ' S' ' W Q ,vm f., ,, ROW 3: M. Enghauscr. .I ,X ' Engst, R. Everhart, C. A. sr Y . Fischer. J. Fischer. 1 R MINE Q 1 . 5 15 A. , f t' f. V l. I' Y V ' "' mf' X ROW 4: M. Fisher, M, J, Frey, ' , S. Fricke. M. A. Froschaucr. I , ' nf ,, P. Gallagher. , . K f 'F sv if' ti" V r Q Qu ROW 5: J. Gallina, J. Gartner, 4' - V' . H 'Cf' A. Gibson, E. Gipperich. 1. f ' H 6 VL' I I A ZIX' kr 4-I Gmm0e"c" - A , gr, ef 2 ROW 6: M. C. Goetz, K. gf if-j IQ.. Grater. C, Green, J, Greis, f' 4 V! ' G. Grieco. 4 -I :th dxf -ll9- 4 ,F I' Row 1. P. Griemhop. R. Gui- , sf 4 nil alll pf darn. M. I.. Hall, P. Hall, G. Harland. A- ,lg-. Row 3. n. Harris, M. A. Hm- " ,"l J ting. C. Huuck. J. Haus. S. ' ' X Hzlusman, - V 'W E ROW 3: S. Heim. M. J. Herr, 59, r 52,1 , .... QW 4"3f,. " D. Herzog. D. Hoctkcr. B. Ag a 1 f Hogan. K K L 1. A ST 3' fi A"' Row 4. M. Holzschuh, J. ln- 'LQ V ' Lf H' -ff,-1 ..-': ' derhccs. J. Jarman. S. Johns, ,f R' ' -- .jf V .- 'ff H. Johnson. H .D 41.1 XL P"2 'lx in l . , "".j'q".f Sw .. Row 5. J. Kflbbes, A, Kur- .,,. wisch. C. Kathmzmn. K. A lzllb x ' . I' ,AAA 1 .,,... Keller. V, Kesse. ' ,, M A" Row 6. 1. Kidder. N. Klein, 1' lg' IJ- wi,-fl C. Klonnc. D. Knapp. R. V " .. A Kncpfle. f. 'X 1 J 6 li K 'gf I SOPAOVHOVCS AQ JWYVOIIS 015 C5i'- infle PPYOGC C5 "I can hcznr it ull!" cxclzaims Nancy Schocllmcr to the wondcrmcnt of hcr classmates Mary Ccil Nicnuhcr. Mary Fllcn lzxmcicr. Gail Cunning. Arlene Ablmlicllo und Mary Grace Beckman. 4 G sur, Y' I A ROW I: C. Koch. R. Kocphc S. Kovacs. J. Kramer, K A 3 Laflin, A if ,, Row 2: J. lahrmlin, M. H vf A:-W l.ameicr, S. Lampcrt. P . ' I ? V- "' 1 Lang. l.. Leonard. 1.. K Li .. .I F 1 w 1: Row 3. A. l.icht. M. Lohman " ' Q" .1 C. Ludwig, J. l.uhn. K Q W 5 if" ' 4m X' l.ynch. hi.: .pain .dm 'Ti 'Q f'-ff 3 Row 4: 1. Mastruserio. c' ' IZ., 2. A Mayer. D. McCann. M, Mc- ,v zn f., ' Sorley, N. Merkle. 1 ' .x A . 6 . D i A' sl sv fi 5 1 ROW 5: CI Mcycr. J, Meyer fi.. V 1 fi " N. Mcycr. N. Miller. P tvs I , Monahan. 4 vkbx I i I f lnrgl 154' I ,3 1 4 ,C Row 61 cy Mom. P. Myer-5 fi X A 655. M. B. Ncihcincl, M. cp Nic ' ' 7 naber. 'I'. Noehring, 4 .I 1 x if :I ul' ass cj!-ealfA exams ly cr om orfadle margin Nlarlcnc Lohman ix confident that she will be short enough to xxcar three inch spikes with "Horace" as Sharon lampcrt warns linda Leonard to take it easy and not to break the scale. Sophomorc homcmaking students 'l oni licht, Jacqueline Widolfi and Nancy Klein arc having fun ax thcy Icarn about child care with real models. Mrs. Cunningham enjoys supcrvising. Sfzadenfs ave un arin or oun CAilvlren 3 .7 rl " 3 1... 5 M :F ,. Row 1. J. Nom. R. Ornclla 'I' , ' S1 V '5 1. mul. M. iwmno. S ' Rickert. 4' if L. . A . is Ar L. .- I .M-. ...ll 5 'LI' Q, Q 2 C. ' . , A V Row zz M. J. Ricslcnhcrg. J M ' V ' - ,, Roberto. M. I.. Rocdcrs- A " ' heimer. .l. Rollingcr. - s P A if 4. 1, - pr ,M M S.. ,gf SQ 46' 3, ,Q Row 3: E. Romno. s, Ross 1' 'Y' MF' fy J. Ruebusch. J. Rnethcr. I f i . ' ' Salatin. . W f f 4'-b1fIa Q.I AJ Q-3 , L V' V 9' Nw fr-LQ H, H . 1 .1 f vm. 'F' ' ROW 4: J. Sandman. P. Schack , M Qjf' Q, 'A V' k Y elford, S. Schibi. J. Schluctcr ' f . J. Schmidt. 4 i X fa Q L- V f - ROW 5: C. Schnapp. N V' f Schoettmer. I.. Schroder, M 'f if A - J, Seithel. M. A. Siemcr. 3 i Qi 4. Q A . k . Y . V 2.54, L Row 6. s. sohmer. E. spicser M R fi s. Stahley. M. I.. sniagi. K li I i ii Ji' Sm -122- ttd-Dttughtei' Datnee. Mr. Settles amd Nlr. Kirstein sit this one out. while :try I.ou Stttigl :intl Peggy XleSorle5 . . . YT! their 1 " ' oy: sine' :it X 'ir tla ghters do 1 'z "iitter ug." I fxdnol going fo ct emi- ornfm! wif!! jlleir 5-but 5 , ' ' Q V Row iz i. Steinbeck. D. st.-cn. 'L AAA., 2 f R ', v. stttttiemtorf. M. cp suita- .. V. ' I fl vain, .l. Tenoever. I W K I 'Afx ff rf' H If' 'V .4 f ' Q .As I ROW 2: P. Tenoever. P, Ten- : V -1 1 ocver. C. Thompson. C. Till- ' M 1 " main, D. Tuseh. 1 -- . it A f .. t. A .. J . AA , K 9, f" f 0 , ROW 3: P. Tyson. A. Vztlen- if ' vu f tirtC. B. Voss. P. Voss. P. 4' :IA AVHA: 'V ... Walsh. K A . VJ 4 -fp al I M ., 11. E ' I Row 41 M. K. wither. P gg, . Weber, M. Wedig. A, Weitz, f ' ll' M, Werle. I .f -I HA N 1. Al 1 ROW 5: B. Wettzt. J, Widolff M' . 1 up 9 M. fx. wtiicn. v. wmgttft v A 5- ' J it , 1. Witsken. f t A' I 'J 5 . f R 1.3 ll ROW 6: 1. Wittrock. J. Woess 6 ner. A. Wurzelhateher. G . Young. ' Absent: J, Bennett. IE. Fogel , , 1 -J mztn, D. Koch. K. Mziifcld Kd 1 g . ' 6 ri M. Whitton. -123- Frolicking in the snow are '63 leaders, M, Kathman, L. Gartner, J. Feller, N. Blazer, K. Moriconi, D. Haig. 04 KM! J " "S A I GW KZCQS VG 2 COVVIG fo CZ GW C OO Patricia Bischof, Diane Auel and Kathleen Tierney are puzzled with all the cards as school begins at Mercy High. Numerous classrooms, new teachers, many books and courses greet the young freshie. No wonder a girl gets confused . . . so many directions . . . how to print one's name with last name first . .. what corridors to use and which are cloistered . . . what steps lead where . . . and there is still more! But this first year is not a complete perplexity. The day of initiation is survived with flying colors, in spite of those frightening rumors. Many new friends are added to the realm of society, so many adventures are shared. But with all this, nine months of work is accomplished, and soon Mercy begins to look like "home" With these exciting and new experiences tried, it is time to head for future goals - as a proud sophomore. Freshmen and their big sisters enjoy at picnic lunch and become acquainted on the picturesque school grounds as Freshman Orientation day brings the two classes into ax closer association. 5 ires men re ggnifiafecl into erccyfe Cusioms if Q, is 9 . W ,Q 1 O, Vu.i J , Row 1. B. Abel, C. Adam, K . y ' 1 7 Au L, Addison. 1. Agruso, C' 1 ' H Aigner. ' f is nt my 1 4 . ' if if Row 2. X. Almeida, M. As V I W . 'f ',, szllonc. D. Aucl. C. Buglun r V ' 7 K. Bzirnhorn. , W s . A I .n . A - 4' 5 fy. t Row 3. S, Becker. A. Behnu , " '-M.. ' 'f gf., 2 Q T: ' i M. Bcngel. B. Bcrtagna. 5 Y, ' ' f V Bcsslcr. . if K .mf X li! I fx. gig ... ...L 4' ' f . ,.v: A LV K ,QF ROW 4: C. Betz. D, Birck. P 7 'f- V I7 Bischof. N. Blazer, M i VT ,' I ff Boehm. 1 J t ti' 1 H A' f gg ROW 5: J. Bouck. D. Boudot M - ' , ' M. P. Brankztmp, I.. Brou- f EX 1 6 W f heck, B. Broering, nf' i fi Mfrs It H I " M" 4- nf Row 6. M. L. Budde, J ia' tx' - V gf Buescher C Bunker B 1 KY' ' ' Q , ' 6 RJ w J P, Y Busam, C. Larrico. . + t Ht ir. Al A - 125 F ' L' ROW l: K.C'arrigan. B.C'arter. vw., VA., C. Carter. N. Casey. H f' Cody. H fd M ' 1 ,I at i K. , 6 ug 'Uv ROW 2: F. Cope. V. Cramer. A f 'F' 1 1., Dat-we, M. imma. M. F V,k Q VY . I r ly Delourcy. I VH f 1 t RJ it H A -I 1 5 '- if . . . ' ,U V V AWK 5 ROW 3: H. Dierslng, J. Die- are . We f trick, P. Dillon, M. A. Doe- A ' I ger. K. Donnellon. K at J Nit H K l , V .- I I y . M f I A Row 4. P. Donohue. M. " l'-lem' z ' Douglas. P. Dowers. D. A -- li W v Dreiss. J. Dunlap. . . . K : IQA: . .,,, 1 .. Q Z. " ' 7 '1 Row 5. J. Dunnett, M. L. ' Aw .5 . ' -ff 'mr - . -P 1+ ,S V1 ,.., f uul. I " Elfers, J. Engelhardt, M. . ' 5 .AQ Q Engler. C Erb. K X k K W t G ff '- 9 1 Row ei. M. Evers, N. Hveslagc. E- i - F , I yt K C. Feldkamp. B. Feldman, R f ' J. Fells.-, 1 ' ' "' A i I H ta . IIN ires man Sfl'lJOMf5 re eager fo gy-e4a Gfhers "Whistle While You Work" is the song sung by freshies. Kathy Gallagher, Mary Carol Mueller, Joann Dietrick, Brigitte Reichrath and Kathy Davis as they "clean up" Mercy's campus. Music hath fascination and freshmen Harhara Moorman, Anna Mae Hatke and Diane Francis seem to agree. They perform in the Saint Cecilia recital with their gay musical selections. i M4 J -- ' ' I Jil! - f' n cTVflClPLZfe In eczfa 5 an CIVIOIIS rograms and F P' 'M' 1, 1 Row I: J. Fnzpttmck. J. ritz- 'W , ,"'f' 'W' . 'S Vqv' 3 patrick. K. Flottman. D. f 5 f 4 Francis, Cf Franke, K' A 6 t A t .3 L I ..,, if , Row 2: K. Fr-ctimek, 1. A. 1' , Q- gsfgxg lirey. M. lfrietlriek. K. Y In , 4 r if Gallagher. S. Cnalvln. . .D A .5 i Al dt H K 1. E' .gr Af' 1 al I V Row 3: ci. Cifmncr, I.. Gart- gg fn t .jf ner. P. Garvey. N. Gehrich, Q., 7 i ig X V' P. Giallongo. L. .b . AI K- H 7 V 'Q - W V' L, 7 3 Row 41 J. Goefft. I., cn-ant, LIE' 5' 5' V ,"'V ' G. Greiner. Nl. Greiner. J. 1 . f 1 f' . Creulich. 4. .r 1...lKn,D S' m i ' ... . , 5 "' f "' t . jf. Af :Lf V ROW 5: .l. Guenther. D. Haig, 4' 4 N 'Mr , Y? , m x., I 1 H7 I - ff I B. Hallett, J. Harding. C. V' ' ,,,,V Hase. ' x .. it I .-5 ' . f 'Q' Row 6. A. M. Hatke, cp Heid, . K 9,3 S. Heidorn. N, Heineman, W 1 ,7 if A. Hemsteger. K 1 it ff A . J -127- Frcshies drink cokes and chat about the latest. in "charming Huwaiin on Mission day. Enjoying at rest are P. Jackson. G. Juengling. l.. Maloney, X, Almeida. J. Bouck, M. Dcfourcy. ?resAie5 Qrink a joasf fo awaii on ission Qty 1 za xr J, ff' F.. ft., f .. .,, Y Row 1. M. Hill, 1.. Huck, M it 3 H W ' , 'lf cp' ' Hoffmann, V. Holtgrefe, M My JN f J l U A. Hosford. K i I K l V 4 N ' 4 :yy .X tl. . :L A ROW 2: S. Huster, R, Hyle K, is ' y X32 , V 2, P. Jackson. P. Jesse, D 5' I l Johnson, Ki H K ai ml A. H 5 l ua ' 'F Q 1' 1.2, 1 2 . . M ' t.. VQKY, 2 'QQ i ROW 3: G. Juengling. G. Jung- . I C ., P. ' 4 9 kunz, M. Kathmnn, G. Kee- 5. gun. M. L. Keller. l i 2 W Q 'I' M' -1 'M' Row 4. K. Kelley. D. Kirch- Y - M5 T' kv :Y x " UQ- . " V ' 1 ji, i N 1 ner. R. Kist, J. Kleine, N Q ' Ma I Y . 1 f Klett. L . Q I If I N I A t it , :gg .. i X Qi' Lg' ! 1. ROW 5: R. Klosterman, P 5 K? Z, Q Kncer. R, Kolks, E. Koren f ' A, f r ' A A. Kruucr. feyltll-1n!-i.. . f' ,,, Q.: fr-A 'T K- vi ',,, Q ,M .. -8 - ROW 6: C. Kramer. D. Krebs . S' 'Ty' tg -ff " gg- . . S .4 i .H K, Krcimer, P. Kremest, S 2 .E ,A , f Kreutzkamp. '6 - f ,Ami Y .. I .... -- -128- 'lurkcys for Thanksgiving! Applying their constructive genius. Kathleen licrncy. Connie Stuvermzin :intl Mary Fllcn Vitt nxscnihlc at mum of pupicr mznchc to prcpztrc for thc hig leant. K '42 494140, r relaare ecorafions or J AanLsgiving any gg. 'Q' ."...' V- 'J . Row n. M. Kunz. cp Lab ,Q a V, V., f-3, U ly lx , - ' meter, R. Lumpert. D. Lu I I ' - . M U K meter. I. Lamott. it H .Q 1. Af H . f "' , fs-F' ,Q V' Row 2: M. I., Lamping, I. qi' gl - ,'7' 'QQ , Lange, B. Lursh, M. Lau- ,R J .wwf v ' lrw 7 hcrnds, M. Lichtmzmn. 6 6 -f I. JN -I l gm Ziff, .ff S. LRE: ROVY 3. J. imihcgnef, M f, .Y W' , 3 ,. Link. B. Loefller. L. Mu- F' M i ! I loncy. E. Marshall. li Al K Q -5 L f "fl 'rf in Row 4. M. witty. K. Mcczmn, F5 k ' S. McCloskey. M. McCoy. A " ' V 'Q I . J M. A. McDonough. li A. f B I t . i Al s "" S sf :"" fr ., . 5 4 it . ' ' . Y 4 Q I 129- , INN. ROW 5: L, McElroy. J. J. Mc- Gowan. B. McHugh, D. McNamee. E. Metz. ROW 6: M. Miller. l.. Minnich, C. Mitchell, V. Mitchell, M. I., Moore. 1 It ROW I: B. Moorman. S. Moor' . ,. -r ' fy- f .gif -g-f q ,fb man. .l. Monnig. S. Monnig, 'y by ' K, Moriconi. . I ' H .A d t Af L. to 1.. -1' 2 2 ROW 2: Ck. Muckenfuss. NI. C. " ' -4 ' abt W- M Mueller. K. Neud. J. Nei- - Q7 ' '?.Q'f -c-' f Wy t' hciscl, J. Nelson. 1 f lt? AD at R' If x va S .K .. - A Q I v Iv 5 ROW 3: l.. A, Ncu. R, O'Con- if W I nm. B. owing. J. emo,-n, 'F' .' H ll' - R Paulsen 5' in H W R M R ' ' A A X A b lv S 6 'I ,W ROW 4: P. Petit, S. Piccola. D. x t ' ASHAV 56 J Q Rack. G. Ramsey, A. Rapien. L f Af .D 1 J K A tt if . V 1 1 'F A K Row 5: D. Ratermann. M. , .VV.' 5 V . .-f Redmond. B. Reichrath. M. V 1 ' Reifenhergcr. M. Rcisz. f H ' M 6 J C Y 742 f Gu M3 Row 6. R. Rcttig, ci. Robb. ., E' Q' M. Robbe. S. Roedcrshcimer, - "'- l y 15- it A 'zz' 1 I ' ' D. Rothan. a pr MH Eval Scgool Slgjeffi Vltyigllt, fge ire5 174017 Mary Lou Elfcrs focuses hcl' pinhole camera and V. Holtgrefe makes sure she gets the right spot. Interested are classmates K. C'arrigan. M. Lind, H. Dicrning. M. Docrger awaiting proof. u. ' ,A , Q.-f ' - .. '--. . R ' gy c.Gv6 ROW l: G. Suucr. M. Scaihill M. Schzicfcr. il'. Schziclcr , d P K. Schziihlc. X 2 x H l l ' I ' L Row 2. 1, C. Schell. 1. E 51- gg Vubuz , I W.. Schell. M. Schibi. A, L cf I' . A "" Schmidt. C. Schmidt. I IN i I I F I i . l A Lf: "' .Q ROVV 31 Y, Schmidt, S. Schocn C' Q. .I Ry' '-' "" s wcttcr. M. Schrumm. N I, "' Schrocdcr, K. Schultz. uv 'J f , - ll I I fl H if At .D 1. .T 4 ' QR ROW 4: M. Schumacher. M 1 5-gg, I ij' Y' l.. Schweitzer. J. Solomon w I 'Q A , H. Spitzmillcr, M, Staut. , i . . , , 1 A Z 1 K Ai i 2 Ms: 1 r ROW 5: C. Stztvcrmznnn, C fv f gg, "" ,g Stcztd. A. Stcin. .l, Stcinmctz Y 'Y W lr, Nr iz 'A B, Stcngcr. I I A' 'ld H A A. 4, N Ts --T' . 7? .Q ROW 6: l.. Stcrtz. A, Stcxcnx . 'A N- 'W t 4, ' " ' .k ,xht Y.. Q W gl., C. Stoc . .l. Strcic cr. P. A , J t f '5 Sullivan. M . V f 4 .0 I .5 ... H 1mf.KQk ,Al fw H U X97 OIIYSC5 tg? Clay !4l"Ol41 OUP fo CICHCC Too mztny cooks spoil the broth-but frcxhmzm culinary cxpcrtx. Georgia Minnich. Anita Stein, Kathy Tierney und Beth Redmond :irc ccrtztinly :tn exception to this cstuhlishcd rule. ROW 1: C. Tatman, B. L. Teal, ' F. S. Thinnes, G. Thinnes, ' .ff Xi A 4- S3 :4 ,Q pw. H+ 1:-, - 1... . C' lx " ' ll 'fxv W-ff I . .N , . X , l DX r L Q J S. K. Thompson. Ma . i A 1, f.. ,A ROW Z: K. Tierney. L. J. Tor- if' ' 9 - ' ' . beck. M. Tmgcscr. R, Trcfz- 7 .ff' t" " I xxx x xl, K rf V bs gba P K if hx av gif, UITILTLIE. 4 , f f' Q- Q A Q . 2 P F- Row 31 B. Vanholte, M, H. xr' ' Q .J gg, L-'Elf I 5 Vclkoff. M. H. vm. A. C. F I - v . Wi' ,f X Vow. N. Wachter. ' 1 if A .Al I N I Q M In M5 4- Q ROW 4: .l. A. Wagner, J. A. L -' ij T-AM . QL, Walters. R. Weber, S. Wei- ? v jj 5 1' S' bel, J. Weisbrod. , I I ' ' R I x D' Lx .. A I 2, .,. f, ...Q Si 4 ROW 5: H, Welge, P. Welling, igj, Q-ll V ' 'CSV M. J.. Widmer, L. Wiegel, X., 1 , P , .,.f D. Wieman. KKK.. a..rLi.In.a af", L ,S ig.. .,.. .I 9 n V' 2 3- ROW 6: J. Wiemeyer, G. ' ..2,. gm .. I3 Wilkymacky, G. Willenbrink, wi ,g . .A F- B. Wilms. B. Winkler. rio lidk- Hi fi! ii f' cfivifies, Confesff, efreafs anal' CAL-acife Religious udvunccnicnt is ai part of every frosh's life: so Fr. Holland xpcziks with Lois Brodhcck, Marilyn Rcisz, Marilyn Kuthmun and Marianne Dcfourcy at thc "break" in rclrczit. 1 0 ,gt L, Q., ., D, wmmck. M. 1. won. IA xv' , VV! ' v, 1, Woodrutf. luchmzm. VH K .xmmg N1,Fnglcr. me Le IPAQ Kyle man ear af omp eh t II rggous sighs Mull Millar lN shy admins the dress thnt uprgsgnts thy SN Ctftlfltllt shy won nt hp Dui IJlULhlt,l' d mu: as door prim Hu Irnnds lsnthrxn SChlllI7 md Shun Imhmm hxppllv rujolu vuth hu "N-. yh IN 1 s 5 I s "Isn' ' go U ff Aa " z, , fa L " ' ' ' '-. ' "1 f, 3 z I H Q. 2 kv s Q v 2. - '-iv. s "1 F. 'Q if h' ll 5 . 4' 'tis 1. i 'i s' ',, ' 1. fs. 41 , .., 71 ' 179544 , 4 6 i - 'Q I Y V. X x l, ' ,. - S 'I Around the world . . . Paris . . . millions of Frenchmen welcome Ike. . . motorcade with De Gaulle nears Arch of Triumph . . . Across the nation . . . strike handicaps the nation's steel industries . . . About Mercy . . . school year passes in review . . . Elder beats West Hi in traditional game . . . girls eat at Frisch's . . . wear "fruit boots" . . . "hot rod it" in convertibles . . . "like help." -134 .Z pr Summer is coming to a close and strains of' the September Song fill the air about Mercy. lt is time for school to reopen for another year of work and fun. The first day of' school sees the mighty seniors arriving on that September day for the last time, each one filled with sweet sorrow, while the juniors and sophomores come fearlessly, well aware of' what is coming. Also arriving are the timid freshmen for their first oflieial day in the role of' Mereian. There are formalities such as pink cards and fees before all settle down to see what the year will hold. Pamela Welling and Rosemary Rettig are surrounded by hooks of' all kinds on their first day at high school. Gpfendgef, COWIGS retina! CIMJ Classes Begin ii. I-JUN Soon it will be time to wear uniforms at Mercy and seniors Patt Smith and Carolyn Tabler volunteer to help outfit the freshmen, They approve of the size selected by Anita Rapien. while Ann Friedrich awaits her turn. - lflo "-tf 4" 1+ " .Mr After Mass and Communion and the usual festivities of Orientation day. seniors and their new "little sisters" gather for an "open air" introduction to Mercy activities. Roberta Tenbrink gives a very clear description of Sodality life. A QIJQVI5 xgfe Qoors fo cz ecor ejliun ter lt's a sunny September morning and the freshmen and the seniors have assembled on the blacktop to begin "Orientation Day." First on the list of events is Mass. after which each freshman is to meet the senior who will be her big sister for the year. Then a "get acquainted" walk is taken through Mercy's grounds, Following this a leisurely lunch is eaten "picnic style" under the trees. An introduction to the many clubs at Mercy is next and the rest of the afternoon is spent by the "sisters" getting to know each other better. Thus ends a truly enjoyable day. .F HQF' IL sisters tm I e sts ers lxtthx Xddison Sehloemer. Barb Hoxer. Marv F, Weber. Georgia Minnich Xnn Vtlss Judx l tNlott N1 ny R l-recmtn ind Suztnnc rrls cnlox t n t Orme tio t tx ' vioying lunch vth her e sis er" Janice Nlonnig. ' sfnior foreign exchange tudent, Christiane 'lhi ez. -137- CIVIQ :Dl5Cll55lOl'I OM QQ? 6910115 OCClfl.OlfI5 V25CVlfeCl K 1U "Come follow me." The call. issued by Our Lord to all young men and women. often falls on deaf ears. This problem provides discussion matter for six new postulants of the Mercy order, As they explain and satisfactorily answer each and every question. the true meaning of a religious vocation is made clear to all Mercians, This program. arranged in connection with vocation day, gives each girl time to consider seriously her future. Even though she may not enter the religious life. she will always have a deeper. richer understanding ol' this exalted calling to God. Sister Mary Alexis. RSM. Mistress of Novices for the Sisters of Mercy. and a group of the postulants speak to the student body about the formation of a religious. One of the postulants tells Sue Plageman. Sue Martin. Carolyn Lalferty. Joyce Schmidt. Peggy Ruthemeyer. Gail Duvvcl and Mary Lois Schroer several typical events in the postulant's normal day at the Convent of the Divine Will. -138- O Sf. Ccciha kgs rpafron o 541111197 cfM1r5icqXec1'fe1l Rita O'C'onn0r plays a medley of waltzes as Cynthia Harrington and June Beiersdorfer flash a scene on the screen. Musical skill and artistry combined in the St. Cecilia recital this year. Accompanying most piano selections, were pictures, Hashed on the wide screen. representing the thought the music Sue Sehroeder's beautiful playing on the piano inspires was conveying. While listening to a medley of Strauss' waltzes the audience enjoyed a ride in the country. A spider danced for "Tarantelle." This was a new twist in audio-visual amusement. Carol Kunsemiller to interpret the song on her canvas. Mission bells ring out a joyous note all around the world as Mercys FITISSIOIT belles plan the dax of festmties for the beneht of the various mission lands Manv girls hurry oil to their parishes to offer the1r mornma Masses for the cause School books are foreotten for the dax and all are greeted with Aloha for mission dax has gone Hawaiian Sisters who work amonv the lepers and Jamaicans tell ot their work and show films The cake booth and hsh pond art important added attractions The high pomt ot the d IV is the crowning ot Barb Huth Miss CSMC Chmces on octopi be arms flVOflIC school Colors ire enthusiisticallw sold hv Toni Licht Peggx Gall ngher Suznnne Hemsnth Roberta Biechle md Fileen Spieser xg fA Coohflg cgrizaale Ofkjl-GWVUIIQM yalm ree customers xrc cub members Barb Griffin Bonnie Cirnev Pit Scltrri P lull Widmer md smiling Jxnilee Lukcn 140 I , 1 . I. . 1 . i . X. . L , 1, , .. ' 1 ' 1 ' Y 1 ' 5 . 1 . ' 1 j Y ' ' . j 1' . , 1 .1 . 1 1 1 Q ' . . . ll V1 C 5 The French and Spanish clubs' mission booth attracts every Mercian with 11 sweet tooth. lniiuencing possible cookie 5 52 ' l .. 1 ' , " '1 1. 1 "1 1, 1 1 ' 1 J " 11 H, ' x if J 5 A 4' s 1 1 1 A -.1 . 1' 3 A A ,L Elaine Byrne, Mission president. Crowns Barb Huth Miss CSMC. Congratulating her are Veronica Wuest. Carol Trauth, Sandi Robinson and candidates Kathy Voss and Betty Olding. Sue Sohmer. sophomore candidate. is absent, ercians annie rnyers cznolenflonccy fo mi551'on5 Elaine l.ampe and Carol Schnapp scrutinize those candy apples, choosing ones with lots of caramel. while Diane Killinger, Mary Taggart. Chris Reupert. Janet Duenhoft and Maureen McLaughlin help them with their purchases. X Irene Blessing. Joyce Heeg. Judi Budde. Jeanne Hone. Marilyn Barlsaloxx and Pat Seiarra gixe a rousing cheer for their senior candidate for Nliss CSNJC. Barb Huth. 4, -141- CAl'i5f'l11Q5 cfivifies nvelop of mercy Preparing Mercy for the proper spirit of Christmas are Sue Cody and Pat Doolin who arrange one of the cribs. As the Christmas season draws near signs of its coming begin to appear. Art students are doing suitable homeroom decorations. Sisters work to assemble Bethlehem scenes in various places in the building. A large tree is set in place in the foyer. The sound of carols being practiced by the Junior-Senior choral club echoes through the air. Generous girls who teach religion on Saturday plan a holiday party for their pupils. Seniors dream of the Christmas Ball. And every girl prepares for the birthday of the Savior. Combining the fun of a party with the duty to help others are Patil Widmer, Rita Weil, Gail Brehm and Mary Jo Kroeger. They exchange Christmas presents with the children to whom they diligently teach catechism on Saturday. -142- 04140, fvoices are aisec! in fjiuzsbfional Song "Silent Night, Holy Night," sings the Junior-Senior glee club at the annual Christmas program, as Joan Sucher and Roberta Tenbrink adore the infant and angels Barbara Whitaker, Marilyn Barkalow and Kathy Labmeier watch. "He is come!" announces Barbara Whitaker to shepherds Lynne Schneider, Bev MacDonald, Sue Murnan. Linda Emmerich and Kathy Herbert sing of that "First Noel." "And a partridge in a pear tree!" The Junior-Senior glee club demonstrates the "Twelve Days of Christmas." 'MY fa Q7 lovelx Elrune Bwrne IS crowned C hrlstmls hall queen to struns of M IN You Alwms Her escort ls Tom Dol ln Attendants to the queen and their dues are Hine Birlige und Joanne Hendx erl Bertlxe 'md lNe1l OConnor arfwell Counfrty A Se U flue rperfecf Scene The mght ns 1 wmter wonderland just llcklnv vuletlde decoritlons IS 11 perlect settmsl for thl Qald occlslon With trlendlx 51111165 and wflrmest freetmes the Cl'lI'l5U1T'lS Ball commences The semors 1ll dressed ln their holxdax best dance to the heavenly muslc ot George Kaspers hne orchestra The enchdntmg hour of twelve rolls iround the gr md march forms and Elame Bxrne I5 crowned queen ol the ball Then beauutul red roses ure presented to Queen Elalne and her prettv attendants Joanne Hendv and Ter1 Bertlte Pitt Smith with D'1we Hlls und Chrxstlane Thllllez wlth H mrry Groen d mce to the muslc of George Kasper s band 144 LL ,tl Q7 n. ,T I 1 T 1 f . 1' 1' V' f ' ' ' ' f 1, 2 ' 1', " 1,' . , '. 1 . . 1 5 - 1 'A 1,1 1 zz 1 1 ' B T' ' 1 " " . u f' .Y 2 V. I 1 . S Z . 5 the snow. Hartwell Country Club sparkling with J . X 2 . S I . W . M . .S L I ZS. ' . . . if 1 . I L 1 5 ' bp " 15 '. C q 2 . Q 1 . My 2 1 1 r I rx. 1 1 ' . It's Grand March time and the seniors form an aisle through which Queen Elaine Byrne and her escort emerge. Every girls loves flowers. Ruth Young is no exception. C94 ong5 of CArisfn4as IOQQIIQ25 fda: ir Father Lizza makes the rounds as he stops to chat with the seniors and their escorts. Enjoying his company are Mary Ann Schaefer, Jill Flanagan and Jo Ann Lutz with their dates at the annual Christmas Ball at Hartwell. goo! SPCQTAS fo Sfuclenfs in ence of Cleeireaf Father Greene hlesscs a rosary for Patt Smith and Carol Wuest on the senior retreat. held at Mary Reparatrix. On a "hrcak" at freshman retreat. Father Holland chats with I.. Hrodheclt. M. Reisz. M. Kathman, M. Defourcy. Each girl is given an ideal opportunity to take stock ol' her past life. take a quick look into the future and plan her pathwa5 to God. This time ol' special reflection is the retreat. The two-day retreat for the underclassmen is spent at Mercy while seniors have a closed retreat at Mary Reparatrix. ln hoth settings girls attend Mass. receive Communion. listcn and meditate on interesting sermons and do all for Gods glory. filzlss retreats proxidc the Mercy girl with a chance to become hetter nacquaintedi' and "closer" spiritually to her Got. Q'r!5 yorm ans for yufurc on nrecr lx1thv Bc 1I Ann lllCbbLlIl'l5 M IIN lou Fghcrs 1nd Arlene Hcvob seek 1nform1t1on trom Mr W1llxer Dem of the XU LVLDIDE collcg. 1ftcr the pr0Lr1m Lncn tori 1rcer Nlght to help glrls choose 1 voc1t1on 1ttLr school Ll us lft, our Wh 1t does Miss Mcrcx pl 1n to do ln the future, Wlll she be 1 nurse 1 te 1cher or 1 SCCI'LllI'X7 Ald ln SOINIHQ the puzzl1n2 problem IS provlded by colleec .md buslness career n12hts In Feb Rev Allred Strltch pro essor and chaplain II Our Lddx ot Cmcmn 1t1 spoke on the 1mport1nce Quld 1nce counselor ll Romr B1con hl h school xx IS the ltexnote spc 1ker lor LIFCEYN ln bUSlllLSS nwht Represent IIINLS trom SCNCfildlllLI'CI1lflLlLlN scussed 1rt soc11I work colevc Iclc IH c1recrs m busmess l1lCdlCll'lt, 1nd rclued 1rc1s 0 Lk Slum c1rrts he Sl L LO n rt NIl'lL lltcs work trom 1 former Nlercx brtd on C trccr N1LhI 147 '1 I '1. . 1. 11' . ." 1 1 1' ' . 1 1 .1.' y- .,1q2 , 1 ,Q ,', ' '21 ', . 1 ,' 1 at-Q' l'. ts 1, ix vs. p 1 3 1 1 ' 1 l ' 5 ' ' 1 1 1 . 1 Q 11 ' ' - V -- 1 . 1' , . , . ,, L of Catholic education. Rev. Stanley Bir. OFM, V ' 1 ' 1 Lf 1 'g 5 , 'ti ' ups 2 ' fu- ' 5- 1 Z ' '1 'u , di," 1 . Q "1 1 '. ' I tg -1 'h' g. '1 ,' '1 11 1 ,l y- .' -A l-1 I ' "in 'd' l pf' o nur ' 3 11s 11 'X' - ' . .- , 1 ,L 'A ., AU: I dLlgAfCf5 Ujdfen .Bowls fOl' qACil' f' MVIHCII QTMC6 Presenting the King and Queen of the Dad and Daughter Dance! Jane Schell and her Dad are the royalty. Mr. Niehaus, chairman of this year's dance. announces the winners while the band plays a song for the royal pair. Post-Christmas dances catch the Mercy girls in a variety of party dresses. The first dance of the "debutantc" season gives the girls a chance to "date" their fathers for the annual Dads and Daughters Dance. The music of the Teen Tones provides appropriate background for everything from the Charleston to the Cha Cha Cha. A Pen Pushers Prance for the benefit of GLEANINGS is the next headline maker, with the orchestra then sponsoring its own queen at a fund-raising affair. At the SDS formal Carol Connelly and Sandy Steel are lovely attendants to the queen. Dads make good dates and Mercians, Pat White, Lee Sutter, Joan Sucher, Carol Adam gaily dance with them. gr 5 0468 m1gLf in lifllllllllbt imutms n I 2 rH,.ni.t.x.tt :MMM xl M D un 1 v s lilwr :EZTIT KN ..- us...m,. -Xa "H---fs' ... Q,-Q4 W.-. , --sl..-,,, A+--s.. 4w--..,.- ... ..,..., 'N2.-.,.. H" fAf,,. .t.au.,u.. ,-mm- ---K.. -,5,'- 5-mx. --x .......... ........ .qw e -'--N .T ij- 'NA --- --- N-Ji zf'-M f-Wi r-M ...... ...... --.-..... -, W - ...v My X ?""""--'--- W--8-0 ,y r-N --V,, :ut 1' W Zglfj ..-, .... K Z A W l 'ad' . Art Editor Sue Brady adds a final last-minute touch to the elexer decorations for the Pen Pushers Prance. KIJUAWI of wnfer .gbancee '41,-ff Queen of the orchestra dance, pretty Suzanne Taulbee is admired by P. Widmer. J. Albright and their dates Carol Connelly. far left. and Sandy Steel. third from left. are attendants to the lovely queen at the SDS formal 1 Z 44" 149 - QI? 5 in fAc Jrcs 1110717-SOPAOl11OVC CAOVCI! QVOIIP 3553 wan sv, la Q. ROW l: M. Bosse, M. Staigl, K. Frederick, C. Green. J. Sandman. J. Harland, C. Hauck, B. Stenger. E. Thinnes. M. Lichtmann, B. Teal, M. Engler and E. Larsh: ROW 2: C. Hase, R. Knepfle, M. McSorley, C. Mitchel, C. Fischer. B. Abel. C. Schmidt, M. Hoffmann. A. Umberg. K. Staley. P. Weber, J. Steinmetz, V. Mitchell: ROW 3: M. Beischel, A. M. Hatke, A. Valentine, D. Wieman. B. Loether. M. H. Velkoff, J. Schmidt. D. McNamee, J. liedhegner, K. Seithel, C. Adam, M, Engler. M. Trageser, N. Schoettmer, S. Rickert, J. Jarman. J. Fitzpatrick and A. Hemstcger: ROW 4: C. Aigner, S. Heidorn. D, Rack, P. Donohue, T. Schaefer. M. A. Siemer, C. Franke. S. Monnig, K. Davis, J. Schell. C. Betz, N. Schroeder and J. Noth: ROW 5: J. Kleine, M. Reifenberger. R. Paulsen, M. E. Lameier. S. Galvin, B. Bertagna. C. Bunker. K. Carrigan, A. Kramer, J. Bernzott, J. Fngelhardt and J. Harding. members of the Freshman and Sophomore glee club proudly present the program seen hy many on Orientation day. ln the hat and cane drill: kneeling: C. Frederick. J. Schell. R. Kneptie, J. Schmidt. C. Adam, M. Tragescr. D. McNamee, N. Schoettmer. P. Weber and K. Staley: standing. J. Kleine, D. Rack. J. Harding. C. Franke. C. Mitchell. A. Umherg. M. Hoffmann. C. Betz. B. Thinnes and Deanna Wieman do fine precision marching to a quick tempo. l'G5QVlf' QT l'Oc7VCll11 OV exf QCIV5 V25 M1614 of fb r Music-loving freshmen and sophomores meet for twice-a-week vocalizing sessions. Choral club members blend voices with students from other Cincinnati high schools as they participate in the liturgical celebrations for Palm Sunday and Holy Thursday at the Cathedral. "Quiet, we're recording," is the warning as "In the Evening by the Moonlight," "Old Aunt Jemima" and a flag round are recorded to be sent by the Red Cross to a foreign high school. These songs and the cane drill entertain next year's freshman class. Susan Heidorn, Judy Liedhegner, Mary Lou Bosse, Ruth Paulsen, Jan Harland and Mary Ann Siemer "Sing Along" with Betty Larsh as she plays a tune on her accordion. lllllll iv i .x P, ,Z SS Y 5 Z rl 2 tx 1 tl . lil l ' ROW I: A. Valentine, C. Fischer, J. Bernzott, M. Engler, J. Steinmetz and A. Hemsteger: ROW 2: T. Schaefer S, Galvin, M. Beischel, J. Jarman and J. Nothg ROW 3: B. Stenger, M, Seithel, C. Hauck, J. Sandman. C. Schmidt N. Schroeder, M. Lichtman, B, Bertagna, M. Engler, B. Teal, C. Hase and C. Aigner participate in a charming musical My V 'f 1- 1 Q at . I . V: I I Z 4 t 's - M: '. 6 Q , t .L V fl' ' ' 5 4 ,T I lf' Q.. f fy .,,. WSJ V f V4 , - vllvv V ff. Vi 1 if . ' A li f " .4 ' A51 l s f V ta , Lf' ' 5 " f ' -'sh l ,. gl , I Xl l ' V xx X 1 R V I 7 ' ' Ya, - Je -W" f ff ' l 1 f " X J 0 275 s Kg' Q X " ' , "T ' 'Tx A -151- v 'i A Miss Mercy, S. Hemsath, does it with an bright idea for "Whzimo." Big business executives are M. Schumacher l.. Dorrington, J. Walsh, K. Meents. N. Luuterwusser, S. Minutolo, P. Engelke, T. Barwick, sztlcs experts - IU - SA unaors resenf a Pecfacular czrlefiy ow "Brave" big game hunters Marilyn Berning and Gerry Volz meet hungry Cannibals on their hunting expedition , V A.. 4 - fs 'i g 1 I ' A , D I V -152- is v 4 "ln Your Hands You Hold the Future." What will you do? Where will you go? ln their Variety Show. the Juniors look ahead to a few vocations that might await the Seniors: being a doctor, social director, or even a recording star, Although everyone's future can not he readily visualized Joan Sueher's is that of Prom Queen and Connie Murphy and Sue Rudig are to be her assistants. Chosen by the Juniors to reign at the annual prom are Queen Joan Sucher. attendants Connie Murphy. Sue Rudig. gnfiflecl 61.914 your anal you xy fge qilfzfre Wild applause greets the announcement of Joan Suchers electron rs prom queen X surprised lorn mrltes her way to her throne on the stage. Delighted classmates cheer her ml rejoice mth their pretty hond Queen Jorn To the strains oi' "In Your Hands You Hold the Future" the juniors and seniors hold May 27th as a night to be remembered. Midst a hlare oi' regal trumpets Queen Joan Sucher is crowned by her kingly escort. while standing at her side are her two lovely attendants Connie Murphy and Sue Rudig. Don Lackey and his music serenade the girls and their dates until the enchanting hour of one. A last memory for the seniors and a fond memory for the juniors is the prom l96O. ln regal splendor Joan Sucher awaits the prom when her escort will put a glistening tiara on a pretty queen. C 7 . 9 oy T! V10 tlgn OVGY A15 KEICCH' 5 VOM! icing the crown the prom queen Join Sllthfll ire dark-haired attendants Sue Rudig. Connie Murphy .,-""' 443, . 2 . , gl , . 2 all ' ,, VV, all 5 'si ' i ' 'M ii i i 'A Zi ZA' f I 'f , xr , 5 te' up-"" ' V V . 6 ,4- - 65 13 ,Q ,AA,X ' up 3 Seniors are champion car chance-sellers and win the crown for Phyllis Hauser. Congratulating the glowing May Pete Queen with her beautiful Carnation bouquet are candidates Diane Auel. Annette ,lacobs and Diane Knapp. UCAancc5 for nl flzc Cry of fgc emevcy efc May fragrances till the air and girls are busy learning to serve a dinner as it is done in the Gourmet Room. Everyone is baking cakes, making posters and decorating booths, and all students spend their out-of-class hours selling chances on 1 white 1960 Plymouth About the riflllng of the car centers a unique contest. Each ol' the classes selects a candidate for whom all of the chances dispersed by that class will count. The candidate with the largest backing is heralded as "Oueen of the May Fetef' The seniors came out on top md Phyllis Hruser is proelumed queen Noi toss the dime on he plte tins r x 1 e s e 1 es s S ine rs Xlllll r ue on hind rt the Senior booth to supply speeiil pri7es to their sueeesstul eustomers Seniors, crowned with wreaths of flowers, march in procession through the winding pathways of Mercy! campus. Walking along with rosaries in hand, they answer the prayers led over the p.a. by several students and sing in praise ol' Mary. Underclassmen present sweet-smelling lilacs and gaily-colored tulips to Our Lady. The Seniors oller their wreaths to the Blessed Mother and Donna Buttclwcrth crowns Mary Queen ol' May. lovely senior to crown Our Lady Queen ol' Map is Donna Buttelwerth, Classmates selected her for this honor. xmtflfcy cl OSVVI mit? SVif'A 13105501115 q'OClClLy,, Githcred it M nrvs feet irc Flunc Byrnc M try Middcilort. Teresa Bertkc. Donna Buttelwerth, Donna's niece. Rohcr 1 lcnhrinlt Bctsw C uioll ind loin Quchcr Our l 1dv's guard of honor for May crowning ceremony May 4. .-Xtlmiring their diplomas are proud seniors Barhara 5 Q 9 Smth. Rosemary Thinnes. Phyllis Teal and Barhara Vog erccy Bivls fy-0110 igczrewcff fo iAe Clams of '60 Count down beginning!! Just two short months till that big day. Getting measured for caps and gowns and ordering invitations add to the ever mounting excitement. The days pass: soon it's only one month till the "end" The day ol' the Junior Variety Show is here and the prom queen is announced. June arrives and each senior has a strange feeling, happiness mixed with sorrow, joy with fear. She receives Communion in the morning. The evening finally arrives and with tears in her eyes she walks up to receive her diploma. a perfect ending to four school years. Nlalting sure they look their best are Jill 'lelxulye and lane Rohers as they prepare tor that special occasion. i 'bor 5 '5'-1.3, KI I1-15' 0111711 L, Well " J r 1' G ll mm ll e tldll ll' J 'IQITA Llleklltl' e 4 Oll Around the world md teross the nttlon trrbutes tre olten Gwen to heroes md heromes but tbout Merex ue h we our ovxn speet tl tributes to drstrrbute ln order to LIVL us 1 eh mee to sw th tnle vou to all the people who help mtlee the MIQRCYWOOD possrble we dedrette this ptae Our hrst th tnks go to Ateo Engrtvmg Compum und Mr Austin Xoelker Also to Mr J Berman MERCYWOOD prmter md Mr Fred Ktthm tn uoes t trlbute lor our eover Our own MERK YWOOD tdvlser Srster M :rx Jeanne d Arc nets tn extrx spee111l trrbute md rrttetul pmvers lrom us Slster rs our tireless herolne who provides not onlx tdxlee but the splrlt md eneouretuement behmd everx ptee A slneere trrbute rs also extended to Osborne Photovrtphle Ltborttorres for the Senior portruts tnd to Mr Leo Crross lor photo slelll on the underel tssmen pretures We une speeltl s11lute to our messenver vlrls Dr mt Doll etnd Sue Morrts Our list th mk xou Goes to the lteultx md our mtnx pttrons md sponsors lor helpmv to mtlee these printed paves me in 'VIERCYWOOD CfCdllN lor vtorld ml nttron photos tre due Lntted Press And Lnlted Press lnternttrontl 158 Q 1 , ' 1 I , 'me X J, - xg e r M .rx I' ' f-. 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I 7 THE A 81 B DEBURRING Donald Kunz 1936 Westwood Avenue Clnclnnatl Ohlo GR 1 7010 THE A 81 E BUTSCHA CO Sheet Metal Fabrlcators 1 10 Seymour Avenue POpIar 1 1919 ALICK S JEWELRY STORE Diamonds Gifts Jewelry Watch Rep 3000 Harrlson Avenue MO 1 5065 ALLURE BEAUTY SALON Open Monday thru Saturday 3812 North Bend Road MO 1 9936 1732 Vtne Street 5500 Harrnson Avenue P 1 1458 MO 1 7 61 BUD ARKLES PONY KEG 1260 W Galbralth Road Crncmnatl Ohro WE 1 1279 ARTS COMPLETE FOOD MARKET 2014 16 Harrison Avenue MO 1 1704 Prop Harry Well ATCO ENGRAVING 1 140 Sycamore Street Dow Process MA 1 4150 O THE AUFDEMKAMPE HARDWARE Co 1012 20 Freeman Avenue Clncrnnatl Ohlo DU 1 3200 BACHMAN ELECTRIC CO Light and Power Wrrlng 3836 Church Lane MO 1 0620 BALTIMORE AVE LOAN 81 BLDG CO 1854 Baltimore Avenue Clnclnnatl 25 Ohlo WA 1 8573 REV BART BATTIROSSI St Henry s Social 1057 Flint Street DU 1 4578 Sales 8. 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', - - ' -- - - - A 1- - -01 I' - . A . BOCKENSTETTE Jeweler Costume Jewelry Carew Tower Arcade THE BODE FINN COMPANY Construction Industrial 8. Truck Equip 2650 Sprmg Grove Avenue MU I 2200 BOWEIL STORAGE 8. TRANSIT CO Agent for North American Van Lines 6l I West McMucken P I I 3 The BROCKAMP BLDG MATLS 5439 Muddy Creek Road Cmcmnatr 38 Ohxo MO I 0006 BROTHERS DRUGS 590I Hamllton Ave at Cedar Cmcmnah 24 Ohxo KI43 BRUCK UNIFORM CO INC School Unlforms 387 Fourth Avenue New York I6 N Y BUCKEYE LOAN 8. BUILDING CO Insured Savungs 8. Home Loans 509 Race Street I302 Mann Street DORIS CALHOUN Hour Stylist 7606 Readung Road VA I 9685 O ORS C 8. P DELICATESSEN 26I4 Harrison Avenue MO I 9630 Open9am toII pm CATALINA POOLS Crncmnatl s Lovelrest Swnmmmg Pools 277I Werkastle Lane Phone MO 2 0929 CENTRAL FABRICATORS INC Manufacturung 408 I8 Poplar Street MA I I240 CENT FAIRMOUNT BLDG 8. L O I944 Harrison Avenue Fairmount Office WA I I665 CHEMICAL PUMP 8. 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