Mount Notre Dame High School - Mountain Lore Yearbook (Reading, OH)

 - Class of 1960

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May the Good Lord bless Mount Notre Dame High School a hundredfold, and may the new centenary now beginning bring continued rich achievements for the glory of God and the Christian education and salvation of count- less souls . Archbishop of Cincinnati Rev. Gustave C. Brotzge Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Rev. James J. Conroy St. John the Evangelist Rev. Joseph A. Dauwe St. Savior Rev. Lawrence Jaekle St. John, Westchester Rev. Lawrence J. Kroum St. Vivian Rev. Henry T. Lammers Ss. Peter and Paul Rev. Lawrence V. Montanus St. Gabriel Rev. James E. Scanlon St. Michael Rev. William A. Shine St. James Rev. George H. Trimbach St. Christina Rev. Joseph B. Urbain St. Columban ARCHBISHOP ALTER AND OUR PASTORS I5 SINIVI' xIill'Y lIm1st4lll1'm- 'Nxt'-r Hairy I'.llTiI'k XINIVI' Nlzlry l'4lul:l SINIPI' lulm Martha: NNI:-r N. Illlilllilll SISIVI' N. 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's ip V 'we,,T,n., - 3 A f .,. . .ff-1 Q , K 5 ,Lm.L , L . :hk MARTHA BUELTERMAN Marty wants to be a surgical nurse and will serenade patients with her beloved music and nurse them back to health on a diet of pizza. SUZANNA BUERGER People who cut up in class are Sue's pet peeve . . . homework is con- sidered a necessary evil . . . sports and reading are hobbies for relaxa- tion. SHEILA BUNN That one boy and talking on the telephone are "Cookies, special likes . . . getting up in the morn- ing and homework head the dislike list. VERONICA BURCAR "Here we go into the wild, blue yonder" is the hope of our airline hostess-to-be . . . Roni enjoys those lazy Saturday mornings. JERI LYNNE BURNS Baseball, singing, and new fads oc- cupy much of Jeri's time . . . she complains because there are only twenty-four hours in a day . . . will never enjoy snobs, shorthand, and work. ROSALYN CLARKE Whether it's anti-socialists or break- ing legs our blond Rosie cares for neither . . . to be a nurse is her worthwhile aim. CATHERINE COLLINS Soft spoken "Cath" wants to take pictures of people's bones . . . dis- likes our stylish gym suits . . . likes Roger Bacon. NANCY COLLINS Carefree Nancy likes to spend time on the telephone . . . marriage is the special something for the days after June, 1960. BARBARA EVANS Barb isn't fond of school and homework . . . feeling is not mu- tual when it concerns Bob or Rog- er Bacon . . . would like, some day in the future, to be a typist. JUDITH FEDERLE Judy is a favorite with her class- mates . . . she is a marvelous lead- er who is always ready to help . . . good luck from the class of 1960! DELORES FINKBEINER Dee likes to spend her spare time talking on the telephone . . . Wants very much to be a bookkeeper . . . can be seen with Cathie, Jan, and Connie. MARIE FINKBEINER The color of red and English are anything but favorites of this nurse-to-be . . . vitality is radiated when she is engaged in working at the V.A. hospital or cheering at a football game. "ING'S" are high on Joyce's list of favorites -singing. teaching. eating. and sleeping are only a few . . . when someone starts to say something and then doesn't finish it she gets peeved. JOYCE FISHER ROSLEE FRITZ "Rosie" can not wait to shoot people -with needles as a nurse . . . would love to have a working car horn . . . the price of gas, grouchy people and examinations dismay her. Which makes Joy dizzy-high places or Jim . . . a high school diploma and the liquidation of loud people are her "pie in the sky." JOY FLEGE JUDITH GERACI Jaguars, proms, and her sun glasses are the special things of affection in our red-head's life . . . someday Judy hopes to be making those ward trips in a white uniform. Long hair, pretty teeth. and the color of blue are Janet's favorites . . . to achieve that R.N. degree is that spec- ialty for the future. JANET FLYNN JANE GRATTON People who pronounce "p's" wrong provoke Jane . . . hopes someday to take some jelly beans to Russia so she can make friends with Comrade Khrushchev. s Original. light-hearted Sue begrudges staying home on Friday and Satur- day nights . . . who the professor will be to give .her that much wanted lVl.R.S. degree has not yet been de- cided. SUSAN GREENUP J UDIT H HALL Judy is very fond of talking on the telephone . . . homework on weekends and getting out of bed on Monday morning are real chores . . . that longed for trip out West is looked for in the future. ' 'sp N. Kathy likes the Navy, food, and the song 4'First Love, First Tear" . . . dislikes people who are loud in pub- lic places. KATHLEEN GREIWE NANCY HAYES "Get a job" is the must in Nancy's future . . . cars and the color of blue make life worth living . . . her out- standing qualities are her maturity and neatness. Her attractive auburn tresses cannot hide '5Chica's,' unquenchable thirst for knowledge . . . convertibles and Italian foods are high on her list of likes. CAROLYN GRESSLER MAUREEN HEATON lVl.N.D. and new clothes head Mau- reen's list of special likes . . . home- work and exams take the same posi- tion on the opposite side . . . to walk down the aisle with Ted is her aim. "llc-itliii wants to own Z1 frog . . . likes 'Il-fl . . . :mtl is thinking ol devising a special institution for conccitefl peo- plc. LYNN lllfllf NIAURICICN HOPKINS To he a nurse. to he married. and to lw rich are some of the 'c'I'o Be's" in uSilI'ZlIllSH lift- . . . Boys. compositions, llllil spc-1-chcs are strictly for the liirfls . . . g"l'he Gang" holrls a special place in her heart. fi ,f 5.1 4'Shirg:aly', goes in for colors . . . her favorites are purple and black . . . southern at-cents put a smile on her fact- . . . people who click ball point pens get her flown. SHIRLEY HIGGINS MARGARET HORN Wfooti' likes Judy Schueler so much that she intends to construct a rocket to give Judy a lift to the moon . . . hugs make her vocal cords hit high CLF 5' 4'Pidge', dislikes immature boys and disorganization . . . math and Purcell put a special twinkle in her sparkling eyes . . . to have a pony tail is her hope for someday soon. MARIANNE HOOBLER JOAN HUNECK To get her licenses in both driving and marriage are ,Ioni's aims . . . she likes to borrow and to sleep late . . . isn't fond of moody people and oral reports. is .E is A neat room is a must for Gerry . . . she likes such things as piano, sleep, math, and others . . . to be a math or biology teacher in high school is that special hope for the future. GERRY JOHNSON CONSTANCE KLOPMEIER Our mathematician Connie is out to prove that 2 + 2 : 5 . . . baseball, math, and fruits rate high on her list of likes. 5 , Q . 0 x . , . .T- 'if Singing, chocolate and pizza are 4'Granny's', favorites . . . dislikes cats . . . hopes to marry and have nine children. NANCY KAMPE PHYLLIS KNOLLMAN Proms, football games and week-ends give Phil something to rave about . . . she doesnit care for homework or for giving up study halls . . . the future aim is to be a dental assistant. .5 . Manage Kelly says uno thanksi' to conceited people . . . to raise green bugs and bo'ans is that aim for the future. J JANET KELLOGG MARGIE KNUEVEN Baseball, her little sister and the com- ics are this senioris most special likes i . . to be a good nurse is her aim in ife. if J 6 'mf Ar, sf MARY JO KNUEVEN Youngest but tallest of the twins, she aspires to be a nurse . . . goes in for basketball and chemistry. MARY JO KRAMER 4'F'liss" could do without R., B., and M .... medical technology and marriage are in the crystal ball for her future . . . quite adept with the accordion. JANET KRATOHVIL To become a pediatrician is "Stringhean's', aim . . . likes music and cooking . . . her pet peeve is children who misbehave. JANET KRAUS 4'Curly" can really make those ivories sound . . . boys and police dogs put an added zest in the day . . . the color green makes her see red. MARY ELLEN KRAUS Shorthand theory tests are not fav- orites of Mary Ellen . . . she hopes the future holds success for her. . . intoxication perfume and pizza are those special things which she enjoys. MARY ELIZABETH KREIDLER People who can't tolerate one of our Southern states are not "Be- thie's,' favorites . . . hopes some- day to be standing in front of a class of grade schoolers. JUDITH KUEBLER St. Savior's contribution to the class of '60 hopes to become a sec- retary . . . when it comes to gym she is completely captivated. JUDITH KUTCHER H202 used by her friends gripes this usually complacent senior . . . Roger Bacon and talking on the phone are considered a pleasant pastime. CAROLINE LACHER Carol hopes someday to waltz down the aisle to the strains of "O Promise Mel, . . . conceited people are sentenced when this at- tractive Miss is the judge. LINDA LAEHR Lin's ambition is to he a world traveler . . . never wants to have to give an oral report on her trav- els. EILEEN LANG Eileen doesn,t care for conceited people . . . Loves to dance, to talk on the phone . . . her aim in life is to become a secretary and event- ually to take a trip to France. MARY LARMANN Our Yogi hopes someday to be a professional inspector . . . even though she cannot see too well, she dislikes the idea of wearing those frames. GERALDINE LEHNERT Gerry is looking forward to being a secretary . . . she enjoys fire- drills during difficult classes . . . prefers to leave oral reports to the orators. KATHLEEN LEIGHT "CaCa" hopes to be on that first flight to the moon . . . customers who come in two minutes before closing time really get her goat. GAYLE LEWIS 'fI. Louieisw hope for the fu- ture is to be a bad boy reformer . . . to tease, caramel candy, and especially to HORSE around take all her leisure time. PATRICIA LICHTENBERG Homework on weekends seems to perturb Pat no end . . . ,lack puts a special twinkle in her pretty blue eyes . . . Marriage is the thing she wants for the future. KATHLEEN MACK Kathy hopes to teach children how to unlock frozen gears . . . dislikes confusion and people who pull into parking places crooked. DONNA MAHER Donna plans to be a dress design- er . . . good possibility she may begin a date bureau . . . finds chemistry and grumpy people a pam. SUE MALY Suzie wants to he a good nurse who meets a rich intern . . . she loves parties, boys, and the C.S.lVl.C .... her smile is only one of her many assets. LAVERNE MATTSCHECK Exams and homework on week- ends are two things that do not agree with Laverne . . . her pet peeve is unfriendly people . . . hopes to be a nurse. CAROL ANN McGILL 4'Bucky,' loves horses and hopes someday to train them . . . loves boys, too . . . late people get her upset . . . despises cleaning stalls. NANCY MCKERNAN Mickey wants to he a bookie . . . finds homework and tests painful . . . feels that boys and her pals, the seniors, brighten the day. BARBARA MEDL '4Barb" is wild about good music, pretty clothes, and old Yogi Bear . . . people who say a lot about nothing get her down . . . to be successful in life is her main aim. JUNE MERHAR Attention all rich doctors! . . . pianist on the prowl . . . our "Chi- cago Kidv likes to miss stubborn people, but whenever she has a chance to go to Chicago she takes it . . . has come to like M.N.D. since her arrival last year. X Nm. tx. K CAROLE MERKLE "Merk,' would like to share "Jelly- stone National Parka, with her friend Yogi bear . . . X. U., foot- ball games, and new clothes are tops on her list of likes. BARBARA MEYER Dead parties make Babs wish that she were home . . . girls who al- ways think they are right turn her green. RUTH ANN MEYER Versatile Ruthie wants to be a su- pervisor . . . dislikes empty gas tanks and old cars . . . her pet peeve is people who make her hur- ry. NANCY MIDDENDORF Mighty Moe likes gym, and abhors people who simply will not try in class . . . hopes someday to be for- tunate in acquiring a job as a doorman. MARY MILLER Better known to her friends as "Blackie,' . . . likes ice skating and swimming . . . trying to get some- one on the phone when the line is busy aggravates her. SUE MINK 'Minkyf' the newest addition to the Senior Class . . . to invent an automatic work doer is her aim in life . . . progressive jazz is consid- ered "way out." CAROL MINTKENBAUGH Among "Mickey's" many likes are school, roller skating, and horse- back riding . . . she likes to look into the future and see herself as an efficient typist. JUDITH MOEGGENBERG A buyer or a grade school teacher are "Muggs" hopes for the future . . . receiving letters and long phone conversations are among her favorites. CAROL JEAN MOUCH Our senior c l a s s president, "Moochie,', wants to be a teacher . . . dislikes short phone calls and public announcements . . . likes anything edible. MARTHA MYERS Martie can't look homework in the face . . . will not be seen in the company of braggarts and gossip- ers . . . is crazy about males, Pur- cell and work. BONNIE NADAUD C.F.L., typing and shorthand are Bon's favorite subjects . . . likes anything that Johnny Mathis might sing. SUZANNE NIEHAUS A business career is in Suzie's im- mediate future . . . she isn,t pleased with a ten minute limit on phone calls, but that "green stuff" pleases her much. l'll.l,l'lN Pl'l'l'l'lRS lfllen simply does not enjoy con- f-eited people . . . hikes and tele- phones put a ray of sunshine in her day . . . homework makes the 1-lourls 1-ome out again. IOANN RICCKER 'l'o get through those "pearly gates" is 'clittle ,lo's', aim in life . . . the three B's in music occupy nmvh of her time. 'u ,, FT MARJORIE NUNN Hails from St. ,Iohn's . . . really could do'without homework . . . wishes everyone good luck in the future. PATRICIA PARR Florida and red convertibles make Pat's hazel eyes light up . . . get- ting up early has the opposite ef- fect . . . JUDITH ROLF People who wonit listen is our CG ' 7 5, ' Pizzas pet peeve . . . this per- sonable Italian Miss hopes some- day to work in a French restau- rant. BARBARA ROTH Barb enjoys the Air Force and Roger Bacon . . . homework and walking up the long HlVlountain', hill just aren't for her. mv in. W Nfffigslisfg .. 1- Aww W W X N Kiwis ,J QT, Q . Q, 1- .. X X3,5Ni'M . W , we X Q ,.. m - Jim KA'l'flLl'lliN STE Kathy has a pleasant to use it. and dislikes won't listen to it . . . extra special like . . . K is to he a success. JANET THEI Janet would just love to ER ice, likes ople who te is that thy's aim . WII 8. Car, someday. without a runring board . . . does not care for money bor- rowers or for walking . . . Bill and Bacon h spot in her heart. to school ave a soft PEGGY SIEGMUND Peg likes to write and has a fascin- ating imagination . . . does not enjoy the hours between nine and three . . . aims to be a successful, eccentric author. CAROL JOYCE STADTMILLER Joycie is our school marm of the future . . . she promises never to give her future students homework . . . her favorite occupations are teaching, singing, dancing and participating in sports. MARILYN TRAPP Marilyn plans on being a nurse and someday getting married . . . canft stand gossipers or work . . . she is usually found with a very pink complexion. SANDRA TRAPP Good friends and reading are among Sandy's likes . . . dislikes people who call her mouse Trapp, homework, and studying . . . as a teacher she is a cinch. JANET VARELMANN Jan would love to be a dishwasher in the U.S. Air Force . . . will al- ways he fond of stuffed animals . . . homework and volleyball will never be among her favorites. CAROL VOEGELE Carol gets blue when she sees that it is raining . . . she gets joy out of music, summertime, and base- ball. JUDITH WALLET Our thoughtful Judy hopes to help as many people as she can in her life . . . when it comes to talking to people she's the greatest. ANN WARTHER Ann's main gripe in life are the people who borrow things and never return them . . . she hopes someday to see Ken driving and to learn to spell. PATRICIA VAN LOKEREN Fun to be with-that's our Pat . . . how to get a M.R.S. degree is causing more thought in her mind than P.O.D. is supposed to. CONSTANCE VONDERHIDE Connie would just love to visit a Marine base in California . . . she is quite fond of a certain marine there . . . boys with long hair and side burns just have to go. it C ,Rx JUNE WERNING Does 'fluniew really like C.F.L. or is she trying to make someone think so? . . . being a twin just is not her idea of a good thing . . . label licker seems to be her des- tiny. ROSEMARY WEBER Rosie's pet peeve is people who start to say something and never finish it . . . she hopes to get enough money someday so she can take a trip to Europe. JEAN WERNING Jean likes T.V. and the radio . . . homework and being a twin find no soft spot in her heart . . . peo- ple who always have neat hair is her pet peeve. .wists gf JOYCE WHALEN The things that bother Joycie most are oral reports and crabby neigh- bors . . . she hopes someday to be a mattress tester. ARLENE WIERWILLE When "catty" girls come on the scene Arlene is almost sure to leave . . . Ricky is one of her main likes . . . the waltz down the aisle is her hope for the future. 2 g:2g.g2L Ts! Q-Lsigsiifff - ex.-11 Pfysiifw f' S51 k-..- x "Gs TA 1: 5 1 W-1: ig ,gi 'giswgfa fo' fxffwffgw' , 'Affw ,L ,, . r .5 S , . 5 :Efifi i - f Q ,Q 25 - 2 Q964 , ug :QQ V .ma , . A , I UDERCILHSSMEI1 1860 UNDERCLASSMEDI Mn 1 9 6 V .lanice Bohn, president .lanet Bradley, vice-pres Nancy Root, secretary Jean Randall, treasurer Rosalie Asbrock Mary Lou Bamhorn Cail llaxter Patricia Huening Arlene Burman .leanne Craven Donna llahmann Pat Doll Charlene Ellis Linda Ferkenhoff Patricia Flynn Mary ,lane Gilligan Mary Ann Cropp Dolores Heaton Arlene Heil Marcia Hoohler Patricia .lohnson Karen Konrad Barbara Kuethe Charlene Luken .ludith Marine Mariheth Matre Judith Mehring Dorothy Meyer Mary Jo Naherhaus Pamela Niemeyer Mary Ann Parnell Margaret Piepmeyet .loyce Sahino Pamela Schatzel Andrea Schmidt Carol Speeg Pauline Sunderman Carole Teisman Linda Vanoli .lo Ann Vicar Mary Louis Ward Judith Warren .lanice Woehkenherg ident If tv I Matilda Baumann, president Sally Reichert, vice-president Mary Ann Hayes, secretary Toni Oehler, treasurer Betty Kay Adler Carol Beierle Rose Mary Clark Sylvia Dodd Barbara Durbin Donna Elmlinger Mary Enzweiler Mary Glasmeier Mary Pat Gunning Bemadine Harhen Ruth Hirschberg Judy Huber ,lo Anne Hughes .lesslyn James Sandra Jones Carol Ann Kessler Sheila Kielty Marlene Klocke Judy Kramer .lo Ann Macke Mary Ann Muzzo Betty Rooney Mary Schroder Karen Shroyer Janice Skillman Joyce Stwarka Linda Thompson Diana Weber Gloria Weis Sandra Westhoff Jacqueline Witzman Mary Ellen Young Absent: Janet Volz Kathleen Wassm n, president Nancy Pesa, vic president Carol Schutte, s retary Annellen Moon, treasurer Shirley Biederbe lc Kathyn Beresford Diane Brisben Judith Buerman Dianna Corsmeier Gayle Dressman Geraldine Dunndt Frances Engel Carol Fiedler Carole Gruener Joan Haas Barbara Harsch Sharon Herbison Lora Hubbard Carol Huber Diane Janson Mary Ann ,Iuenka Elaine Klocke Deanna Knecht Mary Ann 0'Call Patricia Riedinger Marilyn Schehr Phyllis Siemers Donna Stites Kathy Tholen Beverly Ulmer Linda Weber Beth Welling Barbara Witte ghan Shirle Woebkenlerg Y Norma Zellars Clara Stauss, president Sally Pearce, vice-president Mary Greta Osner, secretary Peggy Mathauer, treasurer Joyce Baziarz Kathy Bauer Rosemarie Berner Judy Bok Dorothy Bristow Eileen Burke Rose Mary Cappel Kathy Cunningham Marilyn Deuter Joyce Eling Linda Ernst Judy Finke Nancy Geiger Gerry Glaser Eileen Gruener Marilyn Heichelbech Virginia Heithaus Mary Ann Hoog .ludyan Knapmeyer Janet Kraus Mary Carol Lang Nancy Magel Paulette McCarthy Margaret Mengelkamp Mary Morath JoAnne Nichols Mary Jo Quinlan Carolyn Ries Shirley Roth Sandra Savicki Judy Scherpenberg Mary Seigel Gayle Teetor Joanne Tomasella Pamela Venosa Mary Wallet Paula Ward Julianne Watson Elaine Young Lois Zurenko 45 k Eloise Bauman , president Mary Jane Rolf vice-president Mary Ann Pratt, secretary Mary Eysoldt, treasurer Shirley Barone Nancy Bauer Julie Bien Barbara Brent Donna Coch Annabelle Duvue Nancy Eggers Pamela Ferrari Sue Ceyman Kay Ciehl Janet Heil Mary Alice Ho ek Carolyn LaRos Charlotte Law n Joan Leinberg Loretta Long Pat Martin JoAnn Michel Ann O'Neill Nancy Schatzel Judy Sicking Judith Spetna l Jacqueline Sie el Cheryl Stickne. Carol Unger Roberta Wade Rita Ward Carol Wietmar ch JoAnn Wilkin Kathleen Yanz r Phyllis Ziegler ell new YN: Ann Wright, president Eileen Duermit, vice-president Diane DeSalv0, secretary Mary Vonderheide, treasurer Charmaine Asbrock Victoria Besterman Judy Birkmeyer Candace Boeh Nancy Brinker Joyce Broerman Marilyn Brosch Betty Buescher Roberta Cornell Mary Groh Jackie Hagenhoff Martha Handorf Judy Hoferkamp Judy Kilb Mary Kathleen Kinzel Janet Klare Bertha McGuire Sandra Mueller Chari Lee Niehaus Janet Pauly Mary Jean Rieger Carol Rutemiller Miriam Schultz Paula Shanahan Carolyn Smith Cheryl Stubbers Martha Wichmann Mary Frances Wiener Pat Willette Kathleen Wolbers Jo Ann Ziegler X R S Linda Beardslee, president .lane Noyes, vice-president Jacqueline Deters, secretar Julie Matre, treasurer .lulie Baron Mary Margaret Boehm Barbara Brackmann Mary Brodbeck Charlotte Buchert Linda Cabana .lanet Carrigan Barbara Crockett Shirley Engel Nellie Engman Mary Fahrendorf Karen Gustin Karen Hansen Patricia Hardy Nancy Herman Barbara Horn Holly Kinzbach .ludy Knueven Rosemary Koetter Mary Helen Lauman Marilyn Mackzum Sandra Moeller .lean Ann Moenster Joann Pfister f Kathleen Sayre f Barbara Schmitt Ann Spooner Shirley Trapp Ann Vonderhaar Marilyn Watson Lois Welsch Martha Wieman 6 JD Kathleen Harmon, president Kathy Berman, vice-president Patricia Mahlenkamp secretary Mary Rotsching, treasurer Pat Ackley Susan Berning Lynn Bischoff Linda Brofft Julie Burns Karen Buschle Janice Cayse Carmen Coletta Carol Crosby Patricia Day Barbara Eveslage Carol Fredrichs Dianne Glorius Nancy Creiner Judith Handorf Janice Hoferkamp Judith Huth Margaret Johnson Jane Klare Kathy Kreimer Mary Lou Myers Pat Malland Jane Meckling Patricia Monohan Patricia Murphy Mary Roth Beverly Schuster Mary Jean Smethurst Judith Trivett ,Ioan Ulmer Mary Wersel Diana Woebkenberg g,f5 .leanne O'Connell, president Sandra Brown, vice-president Mary Ann Blocker, secretary .lanet Zurenkn, treasurer Carol Abel Frances lluddulmcier Carolyn Christensen ,Io Ann Crisp Mary lliFalrio Jacqueline Egger Charmaine Eviston Sue Foertsch Donna Cill Gayle- Crecnup Margaret Heckle Virginia Huber .ludith Keamey Patricia Kissel Phyllis Knaln: Suzanne Kramer Louise Larmann Marie Lunaek Patricia McGuire Barbara Mertz linnita Munz Rita Pohl Catherine Roekel Kathleen Ryan Patricia Schaffeld Juliana Sehutte Jeanne Specht Marilyn Sunderman Nancy Vonderhcide Wanda Wietmarselien Helen Fritz, president Sylvia Siebenthaler vice president Donna Condo, secretary Barbara Roberson, treasurer Beverly Anderson Kathleen Brausch Mary Brut-wer Mary Brusemeyer Sandra Davis Diana Doll Susan Ernst Kitty Farrell Judith Gilligan Mary Ann Greiner Linda Hegge Carol lssenman Donna Keegan Karen Kloenne Dorothy Knapp Marlene Lacher Donna Leach Sandra Lucas Nancy Mack Carolyn Medosch Joyce Miller Eileen Murphy Carol Ostendorf Margaret Reckers Wilma Rohlfs Mary Sabino Judith Schneider Patricia Steuer Carol Trower Clara Wanner Susan Witte in C Elizabeth Lampi Pat Rowan, vice- Ann Wollmersha g, president resident er, treasurer I5 HU, '..... Q ? Q s Q i LQ fi lb S , Carol Major, secretary 1 L Nancy Armbruster i Q' - L ? Q , 5 ,lean Breitfelder " ' Q. Norma Brummet: ' KA.. ,Q -e .n , Mary Kathleen Oarmody 1 Nr' at K . K X i ' -, If X Judith Cook ff- S S, K Ellen Deddens , ' 8' Avi f - 5 ' Ng y i 49 Pat Drake 'kr' iff' QS -- 5' f' ' MafY .lo Eschmeyer A All H ii'Ai S A i ' ' V. . Mary F ath . is -N ' f ' Aalxlnf x A to Sharon Capinski Mary Gorman ' 'M . yu , 5 A Q H N- ,gl ,F uv Q vi Ann Hansman gg F--,E yt., t N... a X ty Carol Hiland S .ffif R B -f A Rosemary Jones Y, L I f , Judith Kellogg S 'lti ' S , Edith Klotter ,gf r A x . Kathleen Knuev n gg 5. . gk "-'T X or - ' ' Rose Ann Lichtdlnberg ,,, 5 A f f f i 3 f" ' 21 i QF' f Linda Medosch 'T' t b y A A U , Paula Miller .K H L ,,., Q Mem Mufphy LL g. D Il' Bl S m Mary Palopoli Shirley Prichett Cheryl Riehle Teresa Sand Deane Sophie .lane Stickler Judith Weber sq Us S efy is x SX f f IA 1 Patricia Zinzer, president Lynn White, vice-president Linda Vitali, secretary Carol Moeggenherg, treasurer Mary Berson Regina Brown Carol Bucheit Natalie Butts Penny Carr .lane Cravaack Doris Delaney Kathleen Duermit Mary Rita Eveleigh Kathleen Fischer Jerrel Gaucher Roberta Gray Kathleen Havlish Marie Hom Susan Kavula Judith Kennedy Kathleen Klotter Mary Lou Knueven Susan Lange Sharon Lindemann Mary Ann Major Mary Kay Merland Lynn Nelson Ricki Nichols Ninann Pez Carol Rockel Kathleen Rusche Martha Sanders Alma Shumate Jeanette Sowders Edna Straub , 1 1 'xl X 1 EPHRYHIEUTS 1860 DEPARTMENTS 1960 I 4 Sb- , S ,'.:. , f' 'W 2 ms ' 5 My A ffwuu gggfig Ei . .51 . 3 Ti -fr . M A ,. ig .R G 1 ..., 1' W 21 3 A 'fy W K' Q Q ,K I J. R 'W 4 1 x , . , -warm 5 ' fgffalfsf:-ffm 1 'L 1 :A X Nw 1' l..-1 4 - eceg1vAL Rest give to them OD "Religion is a life to be lived, not a lesson to be taught." At the Mount living the liturgical year is stressed in every class. An explanation of the doctrine of Chrisfs Mystical Body is noi easily grasped, yet it forms the basis for our firm belief that our dignity as human bemgs IS Cod-given and Cod-protected. - Tiff 2 A Q, igfklmggy' i,,f?E3-.I 5'?5g i 4' W' 14 Y 1 1 -- www 1 , 1, 344313 , 9 fe 'xx iff 1 7.i Si X Q- X Q S S 5 'S' V ' X x X H .X,',fPi5g L . ,,, ,awww 'wel 5 4 X Q f . we ff.f:fw1'fJ- f Xww ,Q N' N im 5 'F- ,Am i . s .., S x 11 ' K . .-MY gk .. Q5 , lgf2 1i5 ,?2 gw mg, 1.5 . - . we M 55" Y K Sym ,fzl Qs K ..-Y in 'mmf-'T i I ww 'V s I , ILl,---W ! LA GUAGE Whether it is 4'Auf Wiedersehenf' "au revoirf' "Adios," or uvaletef, you may hear it echoing in the halls as proud language students reveal their linguistic ability. German is preferred by the scien- tifically inclined, French and Spanish by the young romantics, and Latin by the classicists. What better way is there to understand nations than to learn the languages of their peoples? The ancient classics are relived daily in this studious class as Sister Ann Michael acquaints the sophomores with Caesar. Even the introduction is classic-"Gallia est omnis divisa in purtcs tres." Beantworten Sie die folgenden Fragef By studying the customs, traditions, and language of our Spanish speaking neighbors, this Spanish I class is help- ing to improve our Pan American rela' tions. Ouvrt-xl Thi-se seniors ure opening their minds to the romantic world of France. ta-A. A Dormez-vous? This is not a habitual occurrence in the junior French class. "Learning through doing" is the motto of this French II class. x 'gf 2 W ,:Q.,, W1 W si - S i RX W S "xi Q Egan SL 5 f ,wr- ASW n f ,M 1, W P g H- I Q gal msflg fi xx k U xi , 7 A J-mils. A 1 Y. .Q ,. If Q , X v-1-'f Q23 .Dian zip, x 3 f. .. tg, .wk ,LM l - Y - 6 KAW .-mall' 1 -fq .. X E'-A '- 5- 63 Advanced math challenges our college prep upperclassman. p MATHE ATIC Mathematics is one of the most im- portant of the disciplinary studies. It teaches us to reason. to think logically. to base our answers on carefully formulated ideas. Inves- tigating the truths of mathematics enables us to answer other ques- tions with a ciecidefi advantage -the ability to think. Class participation is an inlcgral part of our rlay's work. --Ann-gl :Vail Kings-up 'M .,,. 4 w N afvwrww. ke W I 5' f ,f 5. if 2 3 i ' .3 if X S FF S """"A gig ag , lk. is J' i f Q If I K F K lliology's fascination is enhanced by Sister ,lulic-'s presentation. CIE CE The importance of science in this mod- ern technological age is recognized hy the students of lVl.N.l7. Their study of general science, biology. and chemistry is both a preparation for a future career in science. and a development of an understanding of the age in which they live. Accuracy, care and concentration a scientist needs these qualities. Our campus provides everything neces- sary for a field trip for these freshmen in General Science. 1 2 us 5 '3 A .,, ii 'f f 'QQ ' 'K 3 Q! 9' 'a'ffg.,f, i 6 K N N F XMAN - - . x NAM-ew x ' X wmwmmwainx S'-N .Q 1 .-Q Q My 'g ff 0, ff mi qv, , ,MW Q B, f , " -ff- sw AS? S. k .A.- R5 4 H gp Q - .gy ii YR! 5 W x. f-w1:f5 .4f:, -W fw - - - Vg 5 . I 1 . 9 'Y ,.!?Ii'xX 1 . f -,Q wx K. .f 13,:,AwgL-...www LL.wSXaia.Q ' ' zggfsiei ' ' Qx Y . Vgwgy .QQ ,KN 5 f fy wx, fiiSi:l:?25' i'5fSi-TZMK Y , gvffifrf' A k if ,YQ E if .fi 5 Q fi1,.z1S5: ., H ,Mi R 'f ,X TW , ,xv RW SE E .N 9 if X A Ms .Q My t I Hwy - I -2-M, Q ,gf- :Qi gmt N L . im Je: L ii I f x Ss 2 Egigf 1 ,ff .,..,....,, H f5 K N in fm? QQ A ,. ...I We f Q v 'Z' sr at ?'1f"gi 5 if5 , , 1' 'X - , , -:x..::::-+' n ,w,,,,,fsf,g Y A ms.-W 3 fx wiM"sx'X E :IR gk Em 2,9155 , jPf?L,f1,LQ:K-r? wi x -qi, 0.3 xffaM.r"asf'v 3- A :gig .8 Q..W,Pfw?""i' V :fix Eirfiigkflg? ig gi gr '57 3 mi Q W .. , if fi fs.:X2-51152 St ,fi rx. swf xx A Q I . , ' 4 f 6 Yfi if . il E BU INESS The working population of the United States in- cludes the largest "white collar" force in the world, and statistics show that new business opportunities are rising. Our business department is designed to develop efficient, thoughtful, poised young ladies whose work life, whether spent answering tele- phones, interviewing customers, or typing, will spread Christ's kingdom on earth. Practice makes perfect. Secretarial Practice is designed to give practical experience to girls whose aim is to be a top-notch secretary. 7I A il, if ,, ,, ,ff W - wx V Q W-J "" 5, 5. 'X t xxx In... ull! ' X - 1 .fl lin Q ,f aff f 2 ukka-vping ilu- sllhjf-vt whivh lu-lpg nm- unfle-rstand why C.P.A.'s are nvf'f'sSary to km-vp ilu- hunk: Nlflliglllf. fill-inf'w Hath vlassvrl haw vnjoyalmlr' momvnts loo, 1-slwvially whvn nm-'s answvrs an- vorrevt Creek? No, just shorthand! 2 Where is the r-rasvr? Who put that kry in the wrong place? f 5 ? . Q 35:9 , 1-ii ,mx J " ii, f ' rw ar 5 XX 5 X + E' This industrious Shorthand ll class is given a helping hand by thf-ir te-acher Sister Rose Thor:-sv. 1 6 Sn zrdr Q Q, 4 x'Y'0'iP" M E ' -'gf ,fn X 1- A-,..,., ,ff 75 Jnanmzntmons msn ORGANIZATICNS 196 Y All tht- qualities of lcarle-rsliip are found in our I de-nl, ,ludy l"1-mlcrlv. l.:-acling the studs-nt body during the 1959-60 school year are the-sv zealous me-nihcrs of our student council. TUDE T COU CIL On the second Thursday of each month, student representatives from each homeroom and from each school-sponsored organization meet in Room 406 as the Student Council of Mount Notre Dame. Under the able supervision of Sister Julie, the mod- erator, and Judy Federle, the president, the girls express the desires of the student body, and are constantly working on some project that will bene- fit the school. The "open dancesi' and the Catholic Digest drive are two activities sponsored by Student Council. A formation of the Service Corps and class meetings to better school spirit are two out- standing achievements of this year's council. Pictured here are the freshman representatives, the newest additions to Student Council. ODALITY Every way of life has a model and for those in the Sodality of Our Lady, Mary is that model. With the guidance of Sister Ann Michael, the other Sister Moderators, and the prefect, JoAnn Recker, the sodalists strive for spiritual development. They are active in their apostolic duties which include teach- ing catechism to exceptional children, and assisting at homes for the aged. The highlight of the year is the act of consecration made by those who have faithfully lived the Sodality way of life. One of the many apostolic activities is helping wheelchair patients at Drake hospital to Sunday Mass. The warmth of ,IOAnn's smile draws many to the imitation of Christ. The Peaceful silence, which prevails in chapel, per- meates into the heart and mind of each sodalist as she performs her spiritual duties before Christ. PRESS Tony Oehler puts the final touch to The En uire feature article. q r M. rag-6 Sgbool bs LHP-5' ect Baal zz, E1- w- . S ,Q VW Wilco fffogf The 5"""'1 B X 05 qieexzgyt. Wblt! -Eahjz NT N 'l91z,3.e 0J'd YA i qo06:,4a'J5 an asseoxlwin Jeade atlbfls' OTRE r 'gfrzff 'coouc 11009 was 5 00 ilacekwg Mesfdrs The have DAME ved wfgvele eu59o2N0Ol?1Rele50X0l'9 Clhe git oiare-'Jjlected ho'- SCT e. 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We hope everyone has a wonderful time. Mount Notre Dame's ace reporters keep well aware of activities at the Mount. Cincinnati :'Busy as heesn is the slogan that can well he applied to our industrious staff. Meet or beat the deadline is our motto and driving force. Under the able lead- ership of Sister Ann ,loseph and our capable editor, Mary Jo Kramer. our energies are directed to our ultimate goal-to have the biggest and best yet. After school you are always sure to find busy people in Room 304, for they realize that a yearbook filled with memories is worth its weight in work. Mary .lo Kramer, editor, and Mary Kay Ziegler, co-editor, are pleased with the co- operation that their staff has given. Under their guidance MOUNTAIN LORE was a smooth running enterprise. MOUNT I LORE STAFF New ideas are always appreciated when it is time to publish an annual. C. Cressler, S. Trapp, and Mary Ann Albrinck of the editorial staff are looking for appealing layouts in old editions of MOUNTAIN LORE. .1 spvndid piccc of Curry Johnson Judy Hall M , artha farolo Wlnrkle Margie Ryan, and Kathy Qtcucr and 911 NI' lt ., s c A 1n', Clllllflllilfl of the ads and promotion committee, arc busy putting up posters to remind tho girls to order their Copy of tlle ycarlvook. As Maureen Hopkins, chairman of the photog- raphy staff, prepares the camera for picture tak- ing, her co-chaimian, Judy Schueler, tries to think of some interesting and informative pic tures they could take. "Th f' 'hes the typing for today," says Kathy Mack,- co- at mis chairman, to Janet Flynn, chaimian of the secretarial committee as Nancy Kampe, one of their workers, looks on. Demonstrating their creative ability, Linda Woeste and Ginny Benken, chairman and co- chairman of the art committee, enjoy working to meet their art deadline. A smile can hind nations. If everyone smiled as our C.S.M.C. president Sue Maly does, the world would be in a wonderful condition. The Crusaders of M.N.D. prayed, studied and sacrificed their way to an outstanding year for the missions. Proof of their successes were the 900 pounds of books sent to the missions, the truckloads of clothes sent away, and the tremendous cooperation shown dur- ing the Bishop's Relief Fund Drive. One day each month was set aside as a day of prayer. Studying THE SHIELD and hearing Father Jorda, SJ., Father Klocker and Miss Eliza- beth Reid speak aided us in gaining a deeper knowledge of mission needs. The excellent work of Sister Mary Con- stance and Sue Maly netted seven Pala- din Leader awards and over thirty Paladin Companion awards for the year. C. Huber and L. White sort tax stamps at a work meeting. This helped us help others. l fla a CSMC With thc pledge to tic g, . . . . hoard meeting begins. The welfare of our country as well as other mission countries are considered part of the l ' Qt dents Mission work of the Catholic s u Crusade: Learning about and combating Com- munism was part of our program this year. 514. 4 Q di A . 5 WW T i Posting current world news keeps the Art Committee of the Vigilettes busy throughout the yeur. Cinny Benken, far right, is chairman. Picture far left. Our research experts, Mary Kay Ziegler and Judy Marine, of the Lihrary Committee, uncover some interest- ing facts pertaining to Communism. Pictttre near lt-ft. Cliainnun Judyiwallet distributes informa- tion to keep tht- Letter Yvriting Committee of the Vigilettes husv. Diana Woebkenberg, Marilyn Trapp, chairman of the Speakers Committee, and Nancy Hagel discuss the effective use of the microphone. 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IJIIIILIIL NI, Ixzull I 'WST' f-ef" ,Y X IIAHNIUN ANDREA SCHMIIYI' 1-I.-v lflulm I'rf'si1I4-nl .luniur UIQ-v Club I'rewi4Ic'11l JS I 4 . .. ' l 1 ' Q, "' ' if 5 A 44 W 1 . in ., , . ,.. . K " ' 'fi I f? - W A .A-' ,. ,, .n f wx Fix , I I I 1 .K I N, .-- K ,K .ix up .. a K Qt up .. A -.4 .-. Q3 iv A QS J -fx 'N J w "' F' "' M ,, I ' ' I I -.. K qv a E r y f V 5 R . , ,g 5 is . .K if "' 4 is - is gtk X 4' .wg ' A V. in if 1 si .1 K f ...i -Q. Kwfifii 1 rf -- is Q we. L, Q-tif 33 -gi' ft, -ef if l 5 1 3 .wk KN . 5 Y is gpg ai K F , K X 1 A N .mr Q, . 4 r - ESM? . 1. it K Q, , fr. I A L l K . K . ,X ,, . gp 2. v ' Q X Y . 1 . 1 Nl liyan. Xl. liranivr. Nl. Kieitller. Xl. Kltllvkvttf. liUXY,.1. XI, 'l'r:ipp.A ,l. Cvraxfi, ll. Xlzilicr, fl. llolhner, G. ll:-nkken. N. Young, l tltrkf-, I.. llplgfq ll, xltH'QgLCI1llCI'Q, P. l'.n'v'. l., Xtovslv. Y. lluiwfar. .l. lrlynn. .l. llall, .l. llurns, ll. l.lFlllf?IllVC1'tX, ,l. tlratton, C. Nloufln Wlialen. HOW 5 J. Wt-rning. Nl. l'liIllxllL'lllC1'. ll. Yan lJ3li0!'i'Il. ll, lint-rliiiig, KQ, l.clmf'rt, S. llucrger, S, lliggins, N. llayes. NI ilunt. l., Xlallsclivvlt. .l. lxrutolixil, 5, llunn. N. Xlvlxvrnan. .l. l"vilv1'lf'. ll- KVTUPHHE. li. Xl,l"j't?l', H. Fritz, ll, XV1J1'lJliPItllt'I'Q. .l, XX-Vlrlllll Wx I MARY KAY ZIEGLER Senior Glee Club President Y V, al Q. f in , A - . se- A fax . Q F' sr ' W .Q l ' r v W A Q I Y ' " GLEE CLUB The strains of music from old standards. classics, and today's popular music can he heard coming from the auditorium for this is where the Glee Clubs practice. The major activities this year included the gay Hl'loliday Songfestl' in January. and our centenary songfest in April. This musical variety show was named MOH the Recordsf' The Glee Clubs were also invited to perform at the Eagles, the K of C, Sodality reception and the Centenary Mass. Sister lVlary Thomas, our music master, and the three presidents-Kathy Harmon. Andrea Schmidt and Mary Kay Ziegler have helped M.N.D. to Msay it with musicf, 3 if 5 Y L , . E f 5- 1 5 Q 5 E s 3 ' 'N'-1 . ' ' A a E . i A U .1 . 22 . 1 . , , V H K F I ' . f 3' .. f ig., 1- gi K 3 .. . 'lr IS' , g ,v . Q f 1+ , w . I . 5 ns K Q.. F up W., ,vw wi ' ,, 5, J 'K- 1 X X. Ul'l'll.l',Kb 1111-: HR Sully K1-11'h1-rl 11111 xVfl1'llk1'lllH'l'H. I .l:1114-I lx:-Ilugg. l,llYl'l'll0 Nfutlscllvck I1'llllF il llc-lping l1z1111l in ftlllllh R11 111111111 11 up 1 1111 tl 111 1 1101 w xlvlory 111 Ihr- Cf,A..'X. 11l11y-offs Sl' NNW Nuxir' lflurlx 111111 1111111 l1lIlll'I'. SECOND I llllill ROW Im Z111'f-11km and 1 5 f E s Our all-star G.A.A. president, Janet Brossart, has added vim, vigor, and vitality to M.N.D.'s sport program. GAA. An alert Senior team brings victory once more to the class of '60. stand under arv: FIRST ROW- Mary Ruth, ,ludy Nlurim-, llunsman, Ann O'NciH, ,lnycv l"iSIl1'l', and Rusvlllury ll arkv. SECOND ROW-- Punny Carr, llium- Dull. Kay Ryan, ,Ivan Wc'rning4 ss-vrm-lazy, ,Iunc N14-rlmr, Mu f Fuhhvndorf, Barbara With-, and lfllvn YUUIIQI. 'l'lu- San-rm-xl llvurl Ikllgllll thc' stulum- uf lhvir lczuln-r Joyce Fisher is pn-sident of our newly organized Sacred Hr-an Lou ACRED HE RT LEAGUE v 1. www ,K Q I is 1- Y y V .4 Y. x- ww.. S n is fi , The Service Corps 1'vp1'csvl1tuliw-5 gather outside to discuss nvw ideas of keeping ordvr in and out Of thc lmuilding. lf' SUSAN BAUSE Service Corps Captain Holding the fire doors at change of class is a Service Corps assignment. Pat Day obliges these girls who are in a hurry to be on time for their next Class. ...J-" ERVI E CORP firms has in-on wry zirtivv. President Mary Lou liilfllililfll zmrl nimlvrator Sister Thmnas Mary have fe-rl 1-nrullmvnt and tht- llllkillgf of disaster kits for flfmrl and lmrnlm vu-tlms. Hu- nwtlo of I.R.C. IS It is nut thc- lug I liut Ihr- llttlv WP. RED CROSS A D HEALTH A CAREER CL R 51' During the- l'J5'Hr0 sc-lmol yvzlr thv Junior Red A lr-1-uliritml unwng the-ir zu-1-mlnrlishments 11 near per- Vor the- nmny putvntial nursvs. dicticialis and 111ni01'ReflC1-qygg lifcgitit-,H nthm-rs iritr-l'vslml in he-ulth. il nvw orgunizatimm has MARY YOU RARNIIORN In-1-n fmnia-rl this yvar. The Hz-alth Careers Clulfs pr:-siflm-nl. Susan liausv. and inode-rator. Sister Thoxnas Mary. haw shown thc- nwnilwrs many of the occupa- ilHllHUlM'IllIliillSfll'i1i. I,it'lllI'l'li willl Sistm-r iliilfllllih Mary urn twu uvlive nivnilwrs of tliv H1-aillll 111111-vrs Club, nvlil Wvllingg zinrl ,lzxnct Krzxtrvllvii, and i'rve-itlvnt Slit' Rausc. lu-iii f--Ulf Vi ww' 1 x ,fs Planning: for the PTA Card Party are the mem- bers of the board--Mrs. Kampe, Mrs. Vicar Mrs. Handorf, Mrs. Wtmellkenbrerg, Mrs. Moen: stcr, Mrs. Klopnleicr, Mrs, Welscll, Mrs. Al- brinck and Mrs. Baron. Officers pictured are Mrs. Welsch, Mrs. Al- brinck. Mrs, Vicar and Mrs. Baron. Before the social, the business meeting is conducted by Mrs. Wcxlscli. A D DAD ' CLUB Many of the improvements made this year were brought about by the PTA and Dads' Club. A new station wagon. a baseball dia- mond, fire escapes, new blacktop and other conveniences have been contributed by them. Their latest accomplishment has been the merger of the two organizations to form the Parents' Club. We thank them for all they have done for us this year and years past. Members of the Dads' Club Board discussing plans for the Spaghetti Dinner are The Dads listen attentively as Mr. Bristow gives his Messrs. Ulmer, Discepoli, Bechtold, Bristow, Niehaus, Warren, Menglekamp, report. Doerger, and Kampe. 95 4 ..X,,,,- rx,- Z P ' xg V ig P , X 2 : 96 , hw, A- ,Q . M O iq ,ag 3.1 ' jp' ' uv.. 49 I fm Jdyan V CTIUIT 1860 ACTIVITIES 1960 EPTEMBER moR,A RE - gi! UNIOR DANC tha ff' if-fb U Tk A promotion to lieutenant in the Civil Air Patrol was an honor re- ceived by Veronica Burcar last fall. 35.49 ouch Basin! fl Jd'Hf li' I!l'Hl'IN' 1? IYYMJ Congratulations are in order as Sister Julie presents '6Tiny" to Carolyn Cressler for being high salesman on the first day of the magazine drive. M.N.D.'s representatives to Girls' Week were: Pat Lichten- berg, Sue Bausc, Sue Mink, Ruth Meyer, Mary Kay Ziegler, and Judy Wallet. BIG A D LITTLE SISTER PIC IC During the picnic the big and little sisters learned to work as a team. I The pcrfcct end to a perfect day, Keep smiling is a Freshman must today. 4'Wonder wl1at's in store for after school?" is the though provoking question asked during study hall. After an invigorating day everyone heads home for a good night's rest. an , F - . JM- "fV ' :rc-IN ., YW! 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SiSll'l' 111111 .lo A1111 R1'CliI'l' talk while p1'1'pa11'i1,. l S . iv- 1. 4 n p ,I . wmv- 0, . .ng ,-w vs .Q Father Kenning gives us some ideas to discuss at the "White House Con- ference on Youth" at Seton High School. Father and dau hter discuss mrohlems in a con- . g 1 genial atmosphere. 'Tm ready," Gayle Lewis says to Carol McGill as the day begins at Seton. Q - 12' - s ei' in f fl' 2 fs The parents gave us their opinions on youth at our parents AI the 'iYOL1Il'1 COI1f8r6nCS" given by the 5C'ni0rS for their daughter rorifererice. parents, everyone listens as Linda Woeste gives her views on signing sleadyf' IO3 llltll x1lHg1gl'llII!'l'L1illlll,lll1Iy-.pillilu K+-lt'l1f-lp IlI'l'IYlll'l' flil' il night of fun unal nn-nmrivs. l.zll'1wIx'll 1 nw 3--, QQ! Q can ' 005 Nh-r 1Im'ma1lf-- fm' thc' "XIuunIain Nlugln- 1I.1m-1-. MOUN TAI lhv IIIHNIA' IS pn-rfzwt, lhc ,glrls lll'1llltl , I ljh . Mill! ' 1, ' 421 l'l' vndg. Must wn- lcalw zllwaldytf --My W-xxx MIAGIC sag if I ll- lf! as Silver glllIl'l'1I1Q,' slwwflakvs lvntl atmosphere as Judy and Jim dvcide wht-the-1' tu mlamw- ur sit this om- nut. Linda and Holm art- 4-aught in the spell of Mountain Magiv. W Q , 5 A V x .aQ!' xii 0,3 aww H 0 X 2 "I, QFLQQ.. ' Carol, Barb, Pidgo, Pizza, Judy and thx-ir dates small talk during the Senior Semi-formal. 9 DWN' A yy x,-'5uxL,. wp' if Sw' vt' xi' ' if r , - ss -2 1 x XJ Zfjffy' X The Mountain Magic Mascot spent her eve-ning in the Cafotvria. A ,D png hart- to thc 1-lolhing rlrivr- an-: Margiv Knut-vvn, .Ivan Wvrning, and .lunr-t Kraus, Quin-f 11-ir s Xll , ll ,- a 4 U i :ff if I ft ', 5 ' Ai. Qriginality und artistry wr-rv plainly seen in all of tht' l,.5.M.C. mailboxes. Thr- winners urn shown lu-re. l"reshmrm C.S.M.C.'crs in action, packing Christmas baskets for others. ,SS K E i DECEMBER J A UARY ,Iunuauy brought the Juniors together for the Silver Bells Ball. Judy Warren and date enjoy the fun of the evening. 'g,,,1.f- Dancing with stars in their eyes are the Juniors and their date x K , Mm 2 is :ws ill? -x XX Can we try it too? Lois, the clown, says, g'Everyone's getting into the act." X x HOLIDAY SU. GFFAT lln- xnltiixtx :unit :tt-emtipxtnixtx tm tin- II:-litttn' Sung:- It-Nt W-it-' I X Rt-t-kt-r 'tt ni'-"lil RUXX I Xi H0114 kin .- ,,.t, . NI IN ftwilr-i' N lX'IlllIN' HUW 7 I l'tsl11'I'. ...,.... . Q... N Html. V. x1'IlttN1l. Nl. NI. 'NIurz1Ill, it. Ht1i'kt'. I it DW .1 ,l. Xll'lililI'. 1, l,rt'Ml1-r, lx. llzmtlt-ri. F. lilIt'l'Q11'l'. 1. ,ltfliii-mt, :mtl l'. HIIPIIIIILY J 1 Q Y 1. Y I! 'Hu' Suplioizmitw tlwlowt Illlllit' lhvir first illtIN'LlI'llIlf'i' as at Ulm- Clulr :luring tht- llulitluy Sfmggft--t. Nf:IlI'iSllltil'4 ut tllf- Slllilllgu wuw tlu-ir Uili-l'l'illgl, for tlit- l'Y1'IltIlg1. Tllt' IN'l'i-Ul'llliIlll'l' Ivy llu- SIIIIIIUIIIIVIAUN wus zu't'un1- punivti with at Cllristnms skit. The writt-rs and pl'rf0I'lll1'l'S for the skit wvn-. SE.fYI'ElJ S. 'I'l'app md Nl. Scltlunt. STANIHNU K. Muck, .l. Rolf, R. Mvyt-r. 13. Wm-l1kv11lu'l'g:. :Intl NI. U. Krvitllt-r. Pre vnnff -9599 60.0 t ' f'nidi0mG9n0. i f3ffQfvQ9f'T6 fwniffi - N595 i I n 'flux ll1i'llIiJC1'S of the VTX put th- fin- . M . 1 ishing touciic-5 on the table In rr f 0 r o tl1Pi1' guests arrive I sl--5 5 ll I , E . E110 2003 in-iivious . . . IC oo is curious .. 9-e ! The food was delicioue l A . -in Y - Y - I.-x - i 1 i D ' N IOR r.-1 ' ix A Ai of-55 Vulcrllim-H lluy ul lln- Se-u ini' iillffvl. ' un ll IN wllit mon nc U .1 L RADUATI u r tired and happy C.S.M.C. president is very proud of the success of thc book drive. Pat and Jack enjoy the music at the Crystal Ball. MARCH :X hh-ssing is giwn to tht- ht-rs nf tht- ventral l'tWll1Illiill'K' ul' tht- Vigih-tt:-s. Filihl'l' uitleti us in ht-grinning this orggzillizu- tion during the sclmul year, I Futiivr Hl'lll'y' J. Kifwkvr spvaks to the 1-ntirt' student hotly dur- ing: his visit this yi-ur. As lathtl tiepdlts wt sing tht- C.5.M.C. hymn. The s 1- outstanding musicians have- sllcct-ssfiiily voinpletvd their music c-xaminatinns. The-y urv: Sistc-1' Julie- Clare-, J. Lt-nnon, zunpf-, .I. lfishc-r. J. Kraus, K, ilzmnmi, NT. .i. Um-ill:-, il. WM:-lik:-iilrt-i'g, K. Riu-s :intl strr NIlll',LI1ll't'l Niurizi. IIO M. K. Zivgxlvr, D. W'o0hk0nh0rg. SEATEU: G. Johnson anti J. Merhar, Ont- of thi- must intorvsting slwakcrs wt- had the privi- lt-gc of hvaring this year was Miss Elizabeth Ricd of thr- Grail Movcnicnt. She spoke to us In-forv hor th-parturv to Ghana, AfI'it'll. Maribctli Matrc lH'0li0llS the 2llldlt'llI't' to follow ilu' Wlay uf tha- Cross. Pictllrcd upper right urn .ludy Berman, Lois Zurenko, Carol Thcisman, liarli Ku:-thc, Mary Greta Osner. SEATED: llctll Welling, Judy Mehring, Sally Pearcc. ,lunicc Bohn, Andrea SCllH1iClf. Peggy Muttllaeur, and Nancy Hagel, who contrilmutvd their timc toward the succf-ss of tlir' play. THE WAY OF THE CROSS ASX Carol Kvsslcr, business managvr of tlu Junior Play-f-Way of thc- Cross, l00k5 over tlle work still In lw cloncz The Pall of tliv vruss makes lllusv that want it low it. 'l'lu- Juniors gave' tha- audicucv a Lllrilling pcrfm'l1ia114'r nf an age old drama. I GIRLS' EEK Q l'1! gr-is u l'llilllf'C In 1ln'IuIr' ax lcltvr In llu' X n1ayur's Valli- wvl'1'lul'y. l'11l was vlm'Iv1l nmym' uftvr an Slll't'l'll .Dfw girl mayor lllSl'll:4Sl'S smm- nf tlle' Iupivs for ilu ll-ll'l'lIU1lll 1'0lllN'll lHt'f'llIlgL. ull lllllI'l'I'Ill llll'l'1lllll'l'. l A lu-ro's we'l1'unu- is given Put as she 1-nters svluml uflvr lwr victory ul City llalll. WI' wcrv wry proud to llaw Pal l,ll'lllt'IllM'l'gL Mayor of Girls' W1-ek. As ilu' girls look uw-r vity lulll for a ulay. llll'y lllSt'llSSt'1l many topics. Mayor for tllv day Put Liclltenlverg is in tllc Ct'lllf'I'. f .. a L. s Lrowds flock to the opening of ":l"" SI S 4 l0lL'fil7IU ll. Q. . . Opening the show was an ac- cordion s o 1 o , Raclimaninoffs Concerto in C799 minor, by Mary .lo Kramer. "Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble . . ." hooted the witches during a take-off on Macbeth. 3. if is. Q HOWTIME US. . This Sopliomorc group taught that you just 6'Can't Get a Man with a Gun." Dancing down Broadway brings many of the sights of the "Great White Way', into view. These girls are con- cerned with uwashing That Man out of Their Hair." "Hustle-bustle" was the backstage melody. Quick changes were made from act to act. Small town U. S. A. learns about Big Town U. S. A. vi 1 E 'l'lu- ,lunior tilt-e Club presented "Battle Hymn of the Re- pul1lif"' lHlfl1'I' tht- 1lir1'f'tion of Sistvt' Mary Thomas. Judy Rolf tells of some of Muria's antics as Gerry tMariaJ jfyhnwu hunks on in surprise und Judy Federlv agrees. ...b 1 MOFF THE RECORD " CEN TENARY SONGFEST Everyone was entranced as June Merluxr presented tlu- "Warsaw Concerto." E 'f K s 54 ' wa i . J L if i L I or s s "Maria" shows some of the reasons wliy she is Considered "not an asset to the mountain" during a salute to the "Sound of Music." Sister lMary Kay Zieglerl tells that it is lwtter to "Climb Every Mountain." FPIIIHIS fungi ,onus from tlln' "'l'wvn- tin-sf' 'l'ln- Alunior- xnomlvlc-ml Illa- styh-5. 'llllm' Lllllllt'Ill'l' roared. Nlllllj' lil-ig:-1' lm:-lic-wil lll'1' ravoon Vout lo lie tln- lwft offm-ring of Illc l-LlSllllbIl sllow, 'l'll6 Clm- Clulm vn- joywl llel' Illl?lll'llIlg. L'Ain'l Sln- Swcs-t" was the song and Nlary Wallet uncl Aloym' Falmino ilu- "lowly" nuomlvls l'ul ,Xvklvy unml Nlary YUIl1ll'l'llCldt' Iuppml to 'Whilv Strolling Tllffillgll tln- l'urlx" :luring thc- Seniors' ron- clilion of the "Cay 90's," "Hulk-lxlial llllUl'L1Su from lllc' "MPS- Qiulf' vlosn-ml ilu' llt'I1ll'llill'y Song- fvsl. It wah sung luy tln- Sonior Ulm- Clulv. 'llln' S1IllllUlll0I'l'S. prcvisiun drill 0Xl't'lll6tl during tln- singing of the SC'I'Nll't' fonggs was our ll'lllllIP to the NI'I'Yll"I'INl'll of our rounlry. In 1 4 14115 ther. 1 1 1... 1 1 w illll' NIIII11 seller! '11l1 lmlzl IN thu 111111 In 1 , 11 , I I Julf , j 1 Ill 11111 I1 llll lllll 11114111411 th: 4' Il XVIII 8 g 1 ,. . ,H , if 0fX2 if P Qui ,ffm , . ,gh 'lt 3 P- . 1 Nunn idvns fm 11111 new Ntlllb 111' am' slmwn 1 s of 11111111 fllflllkt' 11111111112 l'. llcCurliiy tak:-s lllv rr-ins as the littlv unvs s-njuy ilu' pony rides. MISSIO DAY NCOIII6 un, Peggy," encourages Nancy Magi-I at the hat toss. k . Q Wk Q WM gh? Q ,, Q . if .a :SARL Mission Day Who says we need a new gyin? Excryonc holds their brvutli as C.S,NI.S. preside-nt Nlaly gots rvady tu announce Mission Queen. J v- 1 Sue 1... Sue crowns the Senior 4'almii1la1Ie'. .lucly Wvalllvt. quevn for 1960. The othvr vziiirliilutve umm- l'ul IJUII. Rzirlm Evcslage, and Mary Put Cunniiigg. i QSC iii Ins if Tin- Xl.N.IJ. CIILIIICI was ilu' www for rin- Mass l'CIl'lll421lillgl our firsl nm- lllllldI'l'll yvars, l'r'i4'-ls. l'Q'ligi0llS, and frif-mis 1llll'lllIt'll tha- SHIUIIIH Polmlifirul l,mw Maw. His CLHICI' Alrlllmisllop Karl J. Mt:-r gin-s his lllvssing aftvr rho nuns. PAGHETTI DINNER f llnllwl l"le',un-1 Hilllll lllf-wlllg nf lln- Hug 5 'Hg 'l'c'l1I f Qxyxf-em? May P1'm:ess1m1 and Cmwning BSO - all aboard! 6'W at t c li your stop. Ruth!" First stop on the tour -our national shrine dedicated to the lm- maculate Conception. Stowaways --- ll. Bonken, ,l. Wullvt, J. Federle, P. Parr, J. Rolf, B. Rota- Q Ching, N. Middundorf, J. in Briggcr, ll. Sciurrino, and 1 N. McKernan. The magnificcnco of the sllrine ovcrsliadows every- one. 5 wwgmw t A W W-y..,.f.,... 5 W 2 "Wh:-re did wt- put that Schedule-'K' Ei A In the crypt of the shrine were statues of many of our favorite saints. I I9 gllll mlumlw nf ilu- fnpilnl lluilnling. lx lilly I 1 in Il! Val I Il'Illl'lllH'l'g Ill mm- HI'l'lllll'l' l1'l'l l nn llurn- lx m Xxfflllllgl I uml lllxl' ll lln- 1'lllI'lIll1'1' In llll I20 l x1'I'llllIl flglllillbl lim-ll flmm' XY1'-aux il. lvruntx xllbllllllivlll Ilillllllll llll1'I'1'4l l I Wulv. Suv Wink. Kulln lrivlll llhmm' Hle'l1lu-1, .md Mun . I I :iff llu' Cllllllgllllgj 1 ,1 .um all Al4lill"l0ll AIPIIIHIIIII ,NVQ " Q- ,,, ' mme X I,im'nIn Flllbllgill Quimll J 1 Jeri, Connie, Pat, and Jean smile th a t last smile before going to bed? if W h at wishful thinking! Everyone saunters back to the bus after a speedy tour of the White House. The towering spire of the Washington Monu- ment is seen from every point in the Capitol. Its graceful lines rise to- ward the heavens. The S u p r e m e Court Building is a l i.v in g example of democratic justice. The way the Presiden- tial home looked as we passed it on the bus. 'LDU you think we could grab a few winks now?" Moochie wonders. Evely- one agrees-at least by facial expression. . Q .4 x Q, ' : Y .e .w, rl iii :iff 3,5 is if . , ip E Mx, f,mlM.2,-5 Ei, ms, - WS., 8' I W Y Q X gms? R S A .L Q ,I A-.me-Q-Q wg fi :I - " ff Mm ,,,, , ,Jika-udp-ev ..ffm.f.-.mmf V K'f:1i6f',-vt Ss 7 1 3, 1 'if xi ,ff S Ehx ? v I? x A 1? ffbititl, - Q f Iln- 1'lI4'4'Il .mul hm :uItwml.mtN .IIHIXA Hulh, :ami l'zul, I24 .luniy Wullvl. NI.N.l?.f lust prmu tlll4'l'Il. 1MIlK'li lay lhul-' lflulu lll'l'iili4'lll. Hr. N. Nl4'll:1uQ. IM-lms: Um' lmly uf ilu' xllblllllilill. Umm-n , . , of Illv 1.l'Ill4'Illll1Il lmll. TENNIAL ALL-MAY 13 Almw: Led by royalty. Alum- rigllt: Prom centcrpie-cv-Linda Woestc's gnldcn nmdvl of M.N.D. Conn-r rigln: Tln- Grand March. Igtbtflllll right: We could have danccd ull nj: . 1... Aix '-in C 1 Uzu'1'z1Iaxl1x'n-:1lz- NNN .... REV. lf. GIHICWI ' lvlwrunt mi 4-1 P4 J U DIT H FE GRADUATIO DERLE -Valcdictorian H1 plomas Ivy Rev. C. Mur- Ply 1 ghl- ,Xwurding of di- Au r- Top: R1-v. J. lfuyll' 9 TI ln , .. IllIlll'Il4'4'lII1'lIl A111 Ire Rl Ill. crl.l1lllil!l'N Ill I-1-I . 1 SS lim'- X . EQQ-9 E li Q Q A-rf fri' " ,ll -I I! H R .gl P 35 ki CAROL lf: 'SN NIOL CH l 1 B of ' 6? U 'p K 'li' QQ! t Q I. SQ J' "' l O Q it I5 ii '?'5 'Q!li-W 'fq:""'5"'4' mf , f 155 sf Dun Futuns 1860 ASSOCIATES 1960 PATRONS ADS MR. AND MRS. . ALBRINCK MR. AND MRS. L ALFKIN MR. AND MRS. ARENCE FELDHAUS MR. AND MRS. M. FISHER MR. AND MRS. EORGE B. FLEGE MR. AND MRS. E WIN FRITZ MR. AND MRS. R BERT GREENUP MR. AND MRS. L WRENCE HEATON MR. AND MRS. AURES HEITZ MR. AND MRS. EORGE W. HOOBLER MR. AND MRS. WRENCE KAMPE MR. AND MRS. BERTW. KRAMER MR. AND MRS HARLES H. KRAUS MR. AND MRS. ALTER A. KREIDLER THE LARMANN MILY DR. AND MRS. C. LEWIS AETNA HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING Me. I-I42I Gas, Oil, Sfolrers, a ALASKA FURS nd Coal Fire I2O W. Seven SI'reeI' Ch. I-5232 "Lei us answer your Phone" ALERT TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE 685I Plainfield Rd. sy. I-8274 CARL ALLEN - HJILDER 800 Bunny Cour'I' Reading I5, Ohio AL'S TOGGERY 40I Benson S+ree'I' Reading, Ohio SHOP AM ITY BEAUTY SALON Open Evenings Sy. I-9873 DAN ANCONA Q SON. INC. General Confracfo s Lo. I-8087 ANNABELLE'S BE UTY SALON 6274 Savannah Av nue Cincinnaii 24, Ohi MR. AND MR. AND MR. AND MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH MAILE MRS. GEORGE MATTSCHECK MRS. WILLIAM McKERNAN MRS. J. MERHAR PAR. AND MRS. LESTER MEYER R . AND MRS. JOHN L. SCIARRINO AND MRS. ARTHUR G. SIEGMUND . AND MRS. MELVIN STADTMILLER MR. AND MRS. ANDREW SCHMIDT MRS. A. WERNING MR. AND MRS. HARRY B. WOEBKENBERG MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH ZIEGLER CLASS OF CLASS OF CLASS OF CLASS OF I 962- I OA I 962- I OB I 962- I OC I 962- I OD ASHBROCK ELECTRIC SHOP 203 W. Benson S'I'ree'I' Va. I-2989 BABYVILLE INFANTS TO SUBTEENS SHOP 69I3 Plainfield Road Silverlon 36, Ohio BADER HARDWARE Blue Ash and Schenclr Deer Parlr BARGAIN BARN ISO4 Reading Road Reading, Ohio "LOU" BARROW MEATS Choice Meals and Pouliry 220 Dunn SI'ree'I a+ Williams Va. I-I989 A. BELL 8: SON "The Sfore of VarieIy" Reading, Ohio Complimenls of BENKEN FLORIST Plainfield Pilre al Woodford Road BERGER'S PONY KEG Elmer Berger, Proprieior U. S. 25 and 42 Sharonville IT IS HARD T6 SAY LOUIS BESSENBACH Sheef Mefal Work Reading, Ohio BLUE NOTE RECORD SHOPS Dillonvale - Roselawn Tw. I-594l Po. I-8374 BOK PAINT 81 FLOOR COVERING I2 W. Benson Sfreef Va. I-06I9 Reading BOSSE AUTO SERVICE I206 Springfield Pike Wyoming, Ohio MARVIN H. BRIGGER Sform Doors, Windows, efc. Sy. I-l922 Complimenfs of THE BURGER BREWING COMPANY BU RTSCHY FLOWERS 5823 Vine Sfreef Elmwood Place, Ohio CARRELLI'S MEATS 692I Plainfield Pike Tw. I-2880 Silverfon CHURCHILL'S GULF SERVICE Gulf Cresf Every I000 Miles All Service Ouf of AAA Sy. I-9878 CINTI FURNITURE REPAIR I208 Springfield Pike Furnifure Refinishing Uphl. CLARK'S MEATS Deer Park Fresh Fish on Friday Tw. I-3l75 CLIFF HARDWARE 81 PAINT SUPPLY. INC. Sharonville Pr. I -74 I 5 DANIELS SCHOOL BUS SERVICE K. M. Daniels, Owner Charfer Trips Available Po. I-087l DEER PARK BAKERY 7240 Ohio Avenue Tw. I-I672 DEER PARK DELICATESSEN 79I6 Blue Ash Avenue Deer Park 36, Ohio DEER PARK INN 7228 Blue Ash Avenue sy. I-984l Complimenfs of DEER PARK PONY KEG DEER PARK SUEDE 8: LEATHER 7I I0 Blue Ash Tw. I-3428 DEER PARK TEXACO SERVICE 3900 E. Galbraifh af Wexford sy. I-9777 DELONG INSURANCE AGENCY 3550 Shaw Avenue Tr. I-Ib54 Cincinnafi 8, Ohio DESIGN STUDIO Ray Sfeuer Sy. I-32I4 DOERGER'S MEATS 3978 Superior Avenue sy. I-3200 DON'S PONY KEG 950 Jefferson Avenue Va. I-98I4 DUERMIT BROTHERS GARAGE Pr. I-984i Sharonville, Ohio EDGEMONT PONY KEG Complefe Beverage Service Va. I-9943 ElLER'S PARKVIEW MARKET 595-593 W. Wyoming Avenue Va. I-9733 Lockland I5, Ohio DEER PARK TIRE SERVICE 77I8 Blue Ash Road Deer Park, Ohio ELLA SHOPPE 206 Dunn Sfreef Lockland, Ohio ELMINGER INSURANCE AGENCY 307 W. Benson Sfreef Va. I-IlI8 Sy. I-65I9 RON ELY 8: COMPANY Div. "E" Gages 4393 Creed Road Blue Ash MTI-IANK YOU" FOR A FAVOR . ENTERPRISE BUILDING 8: LOAN I I8-I I9 Mill Sfreef Loclrland, Ohio ERHARDT'S AUT3 SERVICE Winfon and E. Co Mf. Healfhy EUGENE'S FINE Besf in Meafs and Church and Benson FABRIC CITY I5I4 Reading Road Reading I5, Ohio FAMOUS GLASS Reading Road Reading, Ohio JOHNNY FANGE pfon ODS oduce freefs BARN , INC. 6086-6088 Monfgorery Road Cincinnafi I3, Ohio- PETER J. FELDH Carpenfer and Buiidlir Reading, Ohio FIRESTONE STORE I I5 Mill Sfreef Loclcland, Ohio FINNEYTOWN Winfon and Norfh Groceries, Meafs, B. FLEGE 8: SON Coal and Feed Va. I-0324 BEN FRANKLIN S S8fSON a. I-5224 ODS end Roads afering ORE The VaIIey's Friendllsf Dime Sfore E. Loclrland. Ohio FRED'S FOOD M RKET I303 Reading Roe? Va. I-54I0 Reading, Ohio Complimenfs of a FRIEND Complimenfs of a FRIEND Com plimenfs of a FRIEND GERTZ GARAGE 635 Reading Road Va. I-9940 M. GOLDBERG 81 SONS Corner Benson and Jefferson Reading, Ohio Complimenfs of GREENHILLS PASOUALES H. 8: G. MARKET I9 Pleasanf Sfreef Reading, Ohio HANLEY'S JEWELRY 8: FURNITURE I I I Mill Sfreef Loclcland, Ohio HARRIGAN'S PHARMACY 3I0 Wesf Benson Sfreef Va. I-2407 Reading, Ohio HEBBELER AND JAMES Floor Coverings 7908 Blue Ash Avenue Sy. I-6524 HEIN'S PHARMACY I764 Sherman Je. I-5I42 Je. I-9405 Complimenfs of HERFF JONES COMPANY HIGHWAY INN Reading Road and Jefferson Avenue Va. I-9898 HONERLAW BROTHERS MEAT MARKET We process meaf for home freezers Pr. I-5490 Compiimenfs of HOTZE'S DRUGS Sharonville HOWARDS CHOICE MEATS 4264 Mafson Avenue Sy. I-9766 Deer Park IGLER'S PHARMACY 8428 Vine Sfreef Cincinnafi I6, Ohio IVORYTONE QUALITY CLEANERS I I053 Reading Road Pr. I-9382 SharonviIIe THE BEST WAY AND THE ONLY JACK AND CHARLES CLEANERS I-Day Service Po. I-0876 I7 W. Benson S'IreeI' JERRY'S TEXACO SERVICE Mo'I'or Tune Up and Brake Service Va. I-9668 JOHN 8: EARL'S SUNOCO SERVICE I I09I Reading Road Pr. I-9846 SharonviIIe JOHNSON'S DRUGS 8468 Blue Ash Road Sy. 1.6268 ROGER JOHNSON'S MEAT MARKET 4I5 Wyoming Avenue Va. I-I304 Wyoming I5, Ohio FRANK JOSEF HAIR STYLISTS 7307 Monigomery Road sy. 1-6379 JUNG'S SERVICE STATION Reading Road and Soufhern Avenue Va. I-9750 KAMM'S DELICATESSEN 907 Reading Road Va. I-7744 Reading KASTEN'S PHARMACY Glendale Pr. I -7636 KESSLER'S SHOES 709 W. Wyoming Avenue LocIrIand I5, Ohio KING PIN RESTAURANT 60I4 Monigomery Road Pleasanf Ridge, Ohio KLAIBER'S ELMWOOD PHARMACY 6 I 00 Vine SI'ree'I' Va. I-4223 WALTER KLOPMEIER - PAINTER 9I2 Third SI'ree'I Va. I-5447 Reading I5, Ohio KOEHLER HARDWARE 400 W. Benson Sireei' Va. I-0I48 Reading Com pIimen'I's of KRESGE'S Swiffon Cenfer LA NORMANDEE BEAUTY SHOP I22 W. Benson Sireef Va. I-987I Reading LACHER SONS HIGH GRADE PRINTING INC I9 E. 73rd S'I'ree'I' Va. I-2275 Va. I-3753 LAMPE'S BAKERY I I9 W. Benson S'I'ree+ Va. I-3246 Reading LATTA'S PHARMACY I I598 Springfield Pike Pr. I-6242 LAUREL'S 5 8: I0c STORE 335 W. Benson Sfreef Va. I-9868 Open Friday Evenings UnI'iI 8:00 P. M. LEUGER'S PONY KEG I20I Reading Road Va. I-9555 Reading, Ohio LIERMANN'S GROCERY 92I Reading Road Ample Parlcing THE LIGHTHOUSE RESTAURANT 72I W. Wyoming Avenue Open 5 A. M. fo 9 P. M. LOCKLAND FLORIST 725 W. Wyoming Avenue LocIrIand, Ohio Com pIimen'I's of MADERIA CONSTRUCTION MARTY 81 TOM'S MEATS 6940 Plainfield Sy. I-6644 Silverion MASCHINOT ACADEMY OF MUSIC 6420 Monigomery Road Re. I-B949 MAUGLE APPLIANCES I I I I Reading Road Reading, Ohio MEDICAL CENTER DRUGS 80I5 PIainfieId Pike Sy. I-2233 Deer Park MEIER'S 4I9 W. Benson Sfreei' Reading, Ohio REAL WAY IS BY 130'fNd A ' MERKLE MEATS Va. I-89I2 Loclrland. Ohio Complimenfs of THE MILLCREEK YLLEY NEWS Publishers and Prinl' s MISS 8: MRS. SHQPPE 20I W. Benson Sfre 1' Va. I-9079 MODCO TOOLS VALENITE CARBIDES Reading T Mr. C. V. Wishmeie 3740 Endover Road Dayfon, Ohio MONTER'S RESTAURANT I839 Reading Road Po. I-I694 Reading MOUCH INSURANCE AGENCY 7202 Vine Sfreef Cincinnafi I6, Ohio KARL J. MOUCH, JEWELER 7200 Vine Sfreef Carfhage THE JOHN MUEL ER CO. Face Briclr, Building Maferial Va. I-007I Compliments of G. C. MURPHY Swiffon Shopping C MURRY BROTHERE I2I2 Springfield Pilr Wyoming, Ohio MYERS' TV Sy. I-7878 Deer Parlc nfer N. 81 H. DELICATESSEN ue 4I I5 Websfer Aven Deer Parlr 36, Ohio NAEFACH'S PHARMACY 7l I0 Blue Ash Road The besf in prescripfions O'LEARY CLEAN 404I E. Galbraifh sad Deer Parlc Complimenfs of S BEN OSTERHUES BAKERY Va. I-2I82 PAUL'S Fresh Fruifs and Vegefables C. H. Wessellramper Sy. I-5994 PERKINS BAKERY 6940 Plainfield Road Tw. l-5l00 Silverfon PLAZA MEATS Sy. I-6770 Kenwood Plaza PLEASANT RIDGE HARDWARE CO. 608I Monfgomery Road Me. I-I I7I THE FREDRICK PUSTET COMPANY 2 I0 Easf Fourfh Sfreel' Boolxs, Church Goods, Religious Arficles READING BEAUTY SALON 903 Reading Road Va. I-I024 S'IyIing by Julie, Nora, and Jinny READING DELICATESSEN 7I0 Reading Road Va. I-96I4 READING FLORIST I I0 W. Benson Sfreel' HenrieH'a Heizmann READING GARAGE. INC. I300 Reading Road Va. I-I300 READING HEATING SERVICE 309 W. Benson Sfreel' Reading, Ohio READING PLUMBING 8: HEATING 42I W. Benson Sfreef Po. I-4247 REX DRY CLEANERS 473 Wyoming Avenue Va. I-2920 Loclrland RICHMAN BROTHERS COMPANY Clofhes for Men and Boys Kenwood Shopping Plaza RIDGE FLOWER SHOP Miles T. Wifflcamp, Propriefor 6028 Ridge Avenue Me. I-5205 RIES PONY KEG 8: DELICATESSEN 3 I 3 Jefferson Avenue Po. I-6097 "' ' "' FAVOR IN RETURN. HOW SHOULD JERALD ROBBINS Hauling and Moving Reasonable Rafes Va. I-02I9 ROCKET ONE HOUR Amify and Reading Road Po. I-4643 ROHLFS-PAINT 81 WALLPAPER I I6 W. Benson Sfreef Po. I-I837 Reading ROMANZA BRIDALS 8: FORMALS I4 W. Sixfh Sfreef Du. I-I I44 Cincinnafi ROTH'S SERVICE STATION Marlcef and Benson Sfreefs Va. I-9863 Complimenfs of RUSSO DRUGS Com plimenfs of RUTTERER'S PHARMACY Congrafulafions Rev. Fafher James Scanlon ST. MICHAEL'S PARISH Complimenfs of HARRY SAND SANDRA LEE BEAUTY SALON Hair Sfyling and Permanenf Waving Open Every Day Excepf Monday J. SCHLOEMER FURNITURE 81 APPLIANCES 362 I Glenmore Avenue Cheviof SCHMIDT-DHONAU FUNERAL HOME 443 Reading Road Reading, Ohio BILL SCHMIDT'S MEATS I009 Jefferson Avenue Va. I-4564 SCHUCH'S FOOD MARKET 7043 Monfgomery Road af Ohio Tw. I-I030 Sy. I-9922 SCIARRINO PHARMACY 6082 Monfgomery Road Re. I-3I5I SHEPPARDS SERVICE Sfudebalrer, Lark. Mercedes-Benz 39I7 Edwards Road Me. I-688I SHIRL-KAY BEAUTY SALON Dillonvale Shopping Cenfer Open Evenings Sy. I-I480 SILVERTON DRY CLEANERS 7049 Monfgomery Road Sy. I-9955 Silverfon SILVERTON FRUIT MARKET 69I4 Plainfield Road "Fancy Fruif Baslcefs Our SpeciaII'y" OUENTIN K. STALEY 7I40 Plainfield Pilce sy. I-9357 STEFANI FELDHAUS SCIALDONE, INC Builders and Developers Re. I-54Il STENGER MONUMENT CO. 509 E. Ross Avenue Av. I-2220 STRIKES 81 SPARES BOWLING LANES Sy. I-9487 Deer Park, Ohio THE SUBURB SUPPLY COMPANY I400 Reading Road Builders' Supplies SU LLIVAN'S Men's and Boys' Clofhing Formal Renfals JAKE SWEENEY 0 Mercury, Edsel, and Renaulf Vine and Galbraifh Po. I-58 I5 TATMAN TAXI SERVICE D,ay and Nighf Va. I-2066 THEIS MOTOR CO. IOI I Reading Road Va. I-9528 Complimenfs of TOM 'S GULF Silverfon TOMASELLA FRUIT MARKET 4I3 Wyoming Avenue Va. I-l720 Wyoming " ' WE EXPRESS OUR 'GTTIANKSP TO THE VALLEY APPLIAN E 8: RADIO CENTER 4I9-42I Wyoming fvenue Va. I-I275 Wyoming VALLEY CENTRAL Reading, Ohio VALLEY FLOOR 3-IOVERING COMPANY 4I7 Wyoming Ave e Va. I-6777 VALLEY TAVERN I3 I5 Reading Road Reading I5, Ohio CJ. VANOVER DRY I327 Reading Road Va. I-I024 THE VOGUE BUILDING 81 LOAN CO. EANERS I08 Mill S'I'reeI' Vh. I-I09I Locltland VONDERHAAR BR 32l3 Cooper Road OTHERS DAIRY WARD S GREENHOUSES Cincinnaii 4 I, Ohio L 4208 Schenclr Aven Deer Parlc e Sy. I-8855 WELLING'S JEWELERS I22 Mill Sfreei' Loclcland, Ohio DR. R. T. WELLIN . OPTOMETRIST I23 Mill Sfreei' PE I-I363 Loclcland RAYMOND J. W General Building C 874 Denior Place JOS. A. WESTEN SELMAN Iracfors a. .I -2206 ORF Two Complefe Fooa Marlcefs Loclcland, Wyoming WIEBELL JEWELE 328 W. Benson Shel! Va. I -2493 WILFERT ELECTRI 2764 Highland Avenfie Norwood I 2, Ohio S 'I' CO. WILLlAM'S PHARTACY e 7900 Blue Ash Aven sy. I-7958 ROY J. WINTERROWD Homes and Home Siies Pr. I-5326 WINTON PONY KEG 9I50 WinI'on Road We. I-43I9 JACK WOLKE'S DOT FOODS Corner of Vine and Jefferson Va. I-056I Complimen'I's of WOODMONT DAIRY CO. WRIGHT LAUNDROMAT 6I8 W. Wyoming Avenue Loclcland, Ohio WUEST OPTICAL DISPENSARY Mercaniile Bldg. 80I6 Plainfield Road Cincinnafi 36, Ohio ZINNECKER PHARMACY We Deliver Sharonville Pr. I-6087 Complimenfs of HUDEPOHL BREWING CO. CINCINNATI, OHIO MAIN? PEOPLE AND BUSINESSES W1-10 W Best Wishes SO Sue Behne Marlha Bien Gayle Lewis Carol Merlrle AD Janel' Bradley Babs Meyer S A DoH'ie Brislow Mary M. Moralh A Rosie Clarke Sue Niehaus T O Linda Ernesl' Pam Niemeyer " Marie Finlcbeiner Joyce Sabino Q Joy Flege Barb Sciarrino .I Judy Geraci Judy Scliueler L, E Dee Healon Kalhy Sleuer Marly Hoobler Mazie Wallef NNE Pidge l"l00bleI' Janice Woeblcenberg .5 Marge Horn Nancy Young :Bi ff' Diane Janson THE to the pgp N. sENloRs Cl. UB I Officials of THE CITY OF READING MAYOR HARRY A. SAND Pres. of Council B B sessss Alberl' G. Schmidl' Treasurer BB BB B sssss William F. Ernsf Solicilor B ssssssss B John P. Bok COUNCILMEN AT LARGE COUNCILMEN Paul A, Kon,-ad Ward I, Emerson Morgan Paul F, Emsq- Ward 2, Roberl' Zimmer Harry Woeblcenberg Ward 3. Carl Meyer Ward 4, Louis Albrinclc INOT PUBLISHED AT PUBLIC EXPENSEl HAVE SUPPORTED OUR YEARBOOK - We, +he Besi' Wishes From MOUNT NCDTRE DAME . ALUMNAE AssoclATloN +he Besi' of Luck Congratulations to the Seniors From YOUR LITTLE SISTERS 9A 9B 9C 9D BY IEEMEMBERING THE PEOP-IZE AND Bi THE PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION THE MOUNT NOTRE DAME DADS' CLUB PATRONIZING THE BUSINESS. A PREMIUM PRODUCED CE DAR GRADE W' 'H'Il.l. DAIRY FARMS PRODUCTS ,fix . -N 'r "TT . Q i X, xl' A 4 4 I K' Ilxxln ' 1 T' . ' PORFIDIO'S WISHING WELL RESTAURANT and CIIOCKTAIL LOUNGE 333 ' ICE CREAM :annum AMITY ' 'L READING ROADS RECQGNIZED FOR :Ts ' ,Q-'ii CI d s d y 4 -"-21-'a.'iI:: '-4"""""' "Extra Goodness" Famous 'F D I ITALIAN DISHES AMERICAN FOOD YEARBOOK IS A BOOK WHICH TAKES MERCY SCHOOL of NURSING Nursing is a career with a future. The Mercy School of Nursing Three-Year Program is conducted by Mercy Hospital and is fully accredited by the National League for Nursing. The School and Hospital is operated by The Religious Sisters of Mercy of the Union, Province of Cincinnati. Mercy Hospital is a 375 bed general hospital. STUDY NURSING AT A SUPERIOR SCHOOL WITH MODERN FACILITIES For further information Write to: Mercy School of Nursing, 111 Buckeye Street, Hamilton, Ohio US ON A STROLL THROUGH A THE ROBERT HOOVER CO. I4I2-I4 Eas+ern Avenue CINCINNAITI 2, OHIO YORK REFR IGERATION YORK AIR CONDITIONING COMMERCIA--INDUSTRIAL Main I -7900 Sales . . . Service . . . Supplies MAC PIPING AND CONSTRUCTION, INC. HeaI'ing and Air ConcIiI'ioning New Ins+aIIa+ion and Repairs 8 Church SI'ree'I' CINCINNATI I7, OHIO Av. I-6063 OK ELECTRIC SERVICE 22 I READING Pr. I Clark I5. OHIO -3I86 Com pIimen+s of SILVERTON BRICK CONTRACTOR 886I Winfon Road CINCINNATI 3I, OHIO FRED C. BAUSE HTGH SCHOOL MEMORY LANE WITH EDGECLIFF OUR LADY OF CINCINNATI COLLEGE WALNUT HILLS For a Complere EcIuca+ion Religious - In+eIIec+uaI - Physical -- Social- Aestheiic A fully-accreclifed four year college for women offering I'he degrees of: Bachelor of Arfs in ART ENGLISH HISTORY MUSIC SPANISH BIOLOGY FRENCH LATIN PHILOSOPHY SPEECH CHEMISTRY GERMAN MATHEMATICS SOCIOLOGY and Bachelor of Science in EDUCATION NURSING ARTS FOODS AND NUTRITION MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY GENERAL HOME ECONOMICS Conducied by I'he Religious Sisfers of Mercy of +he Province of Cincinnaii. ALL THE JOYOUS AND FRUITF UL E. w. BROCK OO. READWG GARAGE, INC. HERB GARDNER AL TUCHFARBER ' 1 I300 Reading Road VA. I-I300 .X . 4 7 Your Ford Dealers for 46 Years 6I I7 Ridge Road, Cincinnafi I3, Ohio PRODUCTION TOOLS AND GAGES CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I960 From +I1e COnI'racI'ors and Engineers BROSE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 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IN THE FUTURE WHETHER WE ARE I e Vrzfm. really refreshed! 2-1 MZZZZM fondest hopes and ambitions come true 1 , 5, BIG Bov URSES MOTHERS OR CAREER WOMEN, WE C8 F THE COLLEGE T of MOUNT ST. JOSEPH ON THE OHIO Under The DirecTion of The SISTERS OF CHARITY A Liberal ArTs College Tor Women The college is geared To The need Tor inTelligenT leadership in The world Today. Besides giving iTs sTudenTs The broad culTural background oT a liberal educaTion, The College of MounT ST. Joseph prepares Them Tor careers in arT, business, dieTeTics, music, nursing, physical educaTion, research, science, sociology, speech and. drama, Teaching, and oTher Tields. ff Qff Q 1'-1,2 ,H'Q fgtimq . .. iff' I ' ' ' ' ts. "X 1 fiat: g If . 'i " I El 3 l Pllg .5, . ,G . " xii Q a f 'za If i xfxxa. , T if I , ,X 5 nan' X E "a lll fflf Mfl ' " f I 1 lla Q I7 f, fffaj ,.- MAJ! 12 l I .9 ll I NXT!! 'fim- Hy Q3 'li 'f' We Q ' T T NT 4 SHALL REMEMBER THE PATHONS OF THE 1960 MOUNTAIN LORE All Seniors belong to C.S.M.C., Red Cross and G.A.A. Only officers of these organizations are listed. ABEL, J., 3926 Lansdowne, Sy-1-7793, Glee Club. ALBRINCK, M., 8730 Arborcrest, Tw-1-6713, Glee Club, Sodality Council, Treas., Student Coun- cil, Vigile es, Plays 2, 4, Annual Staff, Sr.-Frosh Committee. BAUSE, S., 1 Winton, Ja-2-0336, C.S.M.C. Sec., Board, Service Corps Pres., Sodality, G.A.A. Office, Pl s 2, 3, 4, Class Sec., Varsity Volleyball. BEHNE, S., 2 N. Berkley, Tw-1-1639, Glee Club. BENKEN, ., 1052 Springfield, Va-l-8641, C.S.M.C. Board, Glee Club, Student Council, Vigil- ettes, Pla 2, 4, Class V-Pres., Annual, Co-Chairman Art Staff. BIEN, M., 3 10 N. Berkley, Tw-1-1591, Glee Club, Sodality, G.A.A. Office, Plays 2, 4. BOLLMER, ., 3790 Hauck, Pr-1-8079, Glee Club. BRENNER, ., 210 Bernard, Va-1-3977, Glee Club, Sodality. BRIGGER, , 4401 Hunt, Sy-1-1922, Sr. V-Pres., C.S.M.C. Board, Plays 2, 3, 1, Sodality, Class Treas. BROSSART J., 312 E. Benson, Va-1-8071, G.A.A. Pres., Varsity Basketball, Baseball, Volley- ball, Play 2, 3, 4. BRUEWER, ., 4249 Duneden, Sy-1-9269, Sodality, Class Sec. BUCHEIT, ., 273 Whenchrist, Play 2. BUELTER N, M., 2218 Kipling, Mu-1-6948, Glee Club, Play 1, 2. BUERGER, ., 7 Chalmers, We-1-0721, Glee Club, Sodality, Vigilettes, G.A.A. Office, Annual Staff. BUNN, S., 4 0 Arlington, Va-1-0213, Glee Club, Play 3. BURCAR, , 792 Kenray, Va-1-4937, Glee Club, Play 2, 4. BURNS, J., 424 Hunt, Va-1-0213, Glee Club, Sodality Council, Play 1. CLARKE, R 4195 Matson, Tw-1-5378, G.A.A. Office, Play 4. COLLINS, , 135 Millsdale, Va-1-4393, Glee Club, Play 3, 4. COLLINS, , 112 North, Va-1-5303, Play 1, 2, 3. EVANS, B., 72 Mystic, Va-1-4039, Play 4. FEDERLE, ., 3924 Limerick, Sy-1-5195, Student Council Pres., Glee Club, Sodality, Plays 1, 2, 3, 4, lass Vice-Pres., School Reporter 3. FINKBEIN , D., 3 Caldwell, Va-1-6134, Glee Club, Play 3. FINKBEIN , M., 1191 Fuhrman, Va-1-4-833, Glee Club, Sodality, Play 2, 3, Class Sec. FISHER, J., 4032 Longford, Tw-1-4716, Glee Club Office, Pres., Sacred Heart League, Sodality, Play 2. FLEGE, J., 569 Westchester, Sp-5-5647. FLYNN, J., 812 Maple, Po-1-3073, Sodality, Student Council, Annual, Chairman Sec. Staff. FRITZ, R., E. Mills, Va-1-8163, Glee Club, Vigilette Office. GERACI, J. 1339 Fenton, Po-1-1068, Sodality, Glee Club, Class Treas., Plays 3, 4. GRATTON, ., 851 Sharon, Pr-1-4393, Glee Club, Sr-Frosh Committee. GREENUP, ., 6210 Plainfield, Tw-1-1514, Sodality, Plays 1, 2, 4. GRIEWE, , 4213 Clifford, Sy-1-8199, Glee Club. ' GRESSLER C., 6312 Savannah, Mu-1-0848, Glee Club, Sodality, Vigilette, Annual Staff. HALL, J., 4 4 Matson, Sy-1-1898, Glee Club, Play 2. HAYES, N., 982 Matson, Sy-1-9421, Glee Club, Play 2. HEATON, ., 3837 O'Leary, Sy-1-7765, Play 2. HEITZ, L., 119 Camation, Sy-1-4690, Glee Club. HIGGINS, , 8412 Wexford, Tw-1-2586, Glee Club, Sodality, Play 2. HgOCBLER, M., 3795 McNicholas, Sy-1-4903, C.S.M.C. Board, Vigilettes, Class Sec., Glee Club, o a ity. HOPKINS, ., 5418 Winneste, Li-2-2036, Glee Club, Sodality Council, Annual, Chairman Photog- raphy Sta , Varsity Volleyball, Basketball. HORN, M., 798 St. John's, Tw-1-8879, Class Treas., Varsity Volleyball. HUNECK, , 315 Jefferson, Va-1-8928, Play 4. JOHNSON, ., 159 Fleming, Po-1-0882, Glee Club, Sodality, Play 4. KAMPE, N. 7836 Gail, Sy-1-9001, Glee Club, Sodality, Annual Staff. KELLOGG, ., 7211 Maryland, Sy-1-3299, G.A.A. Office, Varsity Volleyball. KLOPMEI , C., 912 Third, Va-1-5447, Glee Club, Sodality, Plays 2, 4, Annual, Co-Chairman Business aff, Class Sec. KNOLLMA , P., 1149 Lynnebrook, Ki-1-4981, Glee Club. KNUEVEN, M., R.R. 1 Snider, Mo-4277, Glee Club, Sodality, Vigilette Office, Varsity Basket- ball. KNUEVEN, M. J., R.R. l Snider, Mo-4277, Glee Club, Sodality, Play 2. KRAMER, . J., 7233 Maryland, Sy-1-7182, Yearbook Editor, Glee Club, Sodality. KRATOHV , J., 5736 Lantana, Ki-1-2433, Glee Club. KRAUS, J., 26 Superior, Sy-1-4072, Glee Club, Sodality, Vigilette Sec., Play 2, Annual Staff. KRAUS, M. 8546 Huddleston, Sy-1-4550, Glee Club, Play 2, Class Sec. KREIDLER M. B., 3945 St. John's, Sy-1-3156, Vigilettes Pres., C.S.M.C. Board, Glee Club, Sodality, lass V.-Pres., Annual Staff, School Reporter. KUEBLER, ., 4145 Webster, Sy-1-9447, Glee Club, Play 2, Red Cross. KUTCHER, ., 139 Walnut, Va-1-5485, Glee Club, Sodality, Plays 1, 3, 4. LACHER, , 116 Halker, Va-l-1379, Plays 2, 3, 4. LAEHR, L., 808 Lansdowne, Sy-1-8409, Glee Club, Sodality, Vigilettes. LANG, E., 1 59 Alwil Dr., Va.-1-4695, Glee Club. LARMANN M., 7900 Lake, Sy-1-3891, C.S.M.C. Board, Glee Club, Sodality, Class V.-Pres. LEHNERT, ., 7408 Plainfield, Sy-1-4581, Glee Club, Plays 2, 3. 1 l LEICHT, K., 4164 Webster, Sy-1-6697, C.S.M.C. Board, Sodality, Plays 2, 4, Class V.-Pres., Editor C.S.M.C. News. LEWIS, G., 4820 Cornell Rd., Sy-1-6443, Glee Club, Student Council, Vigilettes, Plays 2, 4, Annual, Co-Chairman Copy Staff. LICHTENBERG, P., 251 Burkhart Ave., Po-1-0682, Glee Club, Sodality, Student Council, Play 2, Class Treas., Annual Staff, Varsity Volleyball, Basketball. MACK, K., 4463 Leslie Ave., Sy-1-6050, Glee Club, Sodality, Vigilettes, Plays 1, 2, 4, Annual, Co-Chairman Secretarial Staff. MQHER, D., 6724 Siebern, Sy-1-1754, Glee Club, Sodality, Vigilettes, Plays 2, 3, 4, Annual ta . MALY, S., 4171 Glenway, Sy-1-2198, C.S.M.C. President, C.S.M.C. Board, Sodality, Student Council, Plays 2, 3, Class V.-Pres. MATTSCHECK, L., 3817 Superior, Sy-1-4105, Glee Club, Varsity Volleyball, Basketball. MEGILL, C., 3752 Guam Ct., Sy-1-5676, Glee Club, Sodality, Vigilettes, Plays 1, 2, 3, 4, Class reas. MCKERNAN, N., 4-131 O'Leary, Sy-1-9425, Glee Club, Sodality, Play 2. MEDL, B., 4301 Redmont, Tw-1-6461, Glee Club, Sodality, Student Council, Play 4. MERHAR, J., 4416 Clifford, Tw-1-8818, Glee Club Officer, Play 3, Sacred Heart League. MERKLE, C. 8381 Mayfair, Va-1-8912, Glee Club, Play 2, Class Treas. MEYER, B., 7200 Winding Way, Tw-1-5654, Glee Club, Play 3, Varsity Basketball. MEYER, R., 3717 Lansdown, Sy-1-7911, Glee Club, Sodality Council, Sec. of Sodality, Class Sec., Student Council, Annual Staff, Varsity Basketball. MIDDENDORF, N., 4173 Larchview, Sy-1-1716, Glee Club, Sodality. MILLER, M., 6915 Silverton, Tw-1-1623. MINK, S., 7516 Plainfield, Sy-1-1079, Sodality, Play, Chairman Ads and Promotion Staff, Sr.- Fresh. Committee. MINKTENBAUGH, C., 4231 Myrtle Ave., Sy-1-8899, Annual Staff. MOEGGENBERG, J., 3409 Mohler, Sy-1-8540, Glee Club, Sodality. MOUCH, C., 845 Columbia, Va-1-4951, Senior Class President, C.S.M.C. Board, Glee Club, Student Coxmcil, Plays 3, 4, Class Treas. and Vice-Pres. MYERS, M., 3949 St. John's, Sy-1-4920, Glee Club, Sodality, Vigilettes. NADAUD, B., 7214 Maryland, Tw-1-2946, Glee Club. NIEHAUS, S., 114 Siebenthaler, Po-1-1494, Sodality, Plays 2, 4, Vice-Pres. NUNN, M., 6525 Elwynne, Tw-1-1155, Glee Club, Plays 2, 3. PARR, P., 8665 Antrim, Sy-1-5969, Glee Club Officer, Sodality, Vigilette Officer. PETERS, E., 120 Vorhees, Va-1-7711, Plays 3, 4. RECKER, J., 8280 Springvalley, Tw-1-8547, Sodality Prefect, Glee Club Officer, Student Council, Play 4. ROLF, J., 8964 Applewood, Tw-1-2241, C.S.M.C. Board, Glee Club Officer, Sodality Sec., Plays 2, 3, 4, Class Sec., Vice-Pres. ROTH, B., 1430 Jefferson, Va-1-0565, Glee Club, Play 3. ROTSCHING, B., 8974 Blossom, Sy-1-7107, Glee Club, Sodality, Play 1, 2, Class Sec. RYAN, M., 444 Amity, Po-1-0495, Glee Club, Sodality, Annual Staff. SCHLOEMER, J., 6310 Elwynne, Sy-1-4998, Red Cross Board, Glee Club, Sodality. SCHLUNT, M., 3819 Thornton, Sy-1-8665, Glee Club, G.A.A. Office, Sodality Council, Class Treas., Varsity Volleyball. SCHUELER, J., 4209 Sibley, Tw-1-1072, Play 1, 2, 3, 4. SCIARRINO, B., 8155 Lancewood, Sy-1-8713, Annual, Business Manager, Glee Club, Sodality, Plays 2, 4, Class Treas. SIEGMUND, P., 3940 Hemphill, Tw-1-2655, Glee Club, Sodality Treas., Play 4. STADTMILLER, J., 3719 Berkley, Tw-1-2518, Glee Club, Play 3, 4. STEUER, K., 4367 Matson, Sy-1-3214, Glee Club, Sodality, Play 2, 4, Annual Staff. THEIS, J., 1015 Reading, Va-1-1258, Class Sec., 'lkeas. TRAPP, M., 910 Third, Va-1-4890, Glee Club, Vigilettes, Play 1, 2, 3, 4. TRAPP, S., 433 Benson, Va-l-2305, Glee Club, Play 3, Sodality, Vigilettes. VAN LOKEREN, P., 601 Blanche, Va-1-0938, Glee Club, Plays 1, 2, 3, Sr.-Fresh. Chairman. VARELMAN, J., 62 Hereford, Va-1-2461, Glee Club. VOEGELE, C., 1431 Jefferson, Va-1-8318, Glee Club. VONDERHEIDE, C., 4628 Chickering, Mu-1-6029, Glee Club. WALLET, J., 8542 Wicklow, Sy-1-3983, Glee Club, Varsity Baseball, Student Council, Class Sec. WARTHER, A., 1850 Chaucer, Po-1-3074, Play 1. WEBER, R., 4241 South, Sy-1-4471, Glee Club. WERNING, J., 5558 Kemper, Sy-1-3606, Glee Club, Sodality. WERNING, JUNE, 5558 Kemper, Sy-1-3606, Glee Club, Sodality. WHALEN, J., 6760 Placid, Tw-1-1619, Glee Club, Vigilettes, Play, 4, Class Treas. WIERWILLE, A., 3897 Matson, Sy-1-9597, Glee Club. '- WILLEY, A., 8909 Cherry, Tw-1-3004. WOEBKENBERG, B., 710 Lory, Va-1-9384, Glee Club, Sodality Prefect 3, Play 1, 2, 4, Annual Chairman Copy Staff, Sodality Paper, Editor 2, 3. WOESTE, L., 3762 Guam, Tw-1-3342, Glee Club Officer, Sodality, Student Council, Annual, Chairman Art Staff, Sodality Paper, Art Editor, Centennial Booklet, Art Editor. YOUNG, N., 4061 Lansdowne, Sy-1-8676, Glee Club. ZEIGLER, M., 4122 Hoffman, Sy-1-3827, Glee Club Officer, Sodality, Vigilette Cell Leader, Annual Co-Editor, Sodality Paper, Varsity Baseball. ,Ai uw' '-Qi -of Di Mount Notre Dame, today we're gathered Your honored name to praise and cheer. 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