Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1947
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first year book of the College
is dedicated to
MOTHER MARGARET MARY
the valiant woman
as first Superior and first President
MOUNT SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE
dreamed the dream we see
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MOU 'I' Al 'I' MARY
My college is a multitude
of fine thingsg
A great white, bird, with window-eyes
a brooding on its wingsg
An opened iris blossom
ethereal and wan,
Sleeping like a fairy
on a moonlight-furrowed lawng
The walls are white stone tablets
leaning two by two,
Knicked and scarred and stylus-marked
by all its students dog
A white and burning furnace-
a squab clay-moulding kiln-
Firing hearts to love-cups t
for a college on a hill.
Margaret O'Connell Knoell
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fn Illia, the fini i.44ue o
The Prospectors of '41-7 share with you
some of the treasures they have gathered
during their search for the
gold of knowledge.
'The deeper the shaft, the richer the gold"
A gallant knight,
In sunshine and in shadow,
Had journeyed long,
Singing a song,
ln search of Eldorado.
But he grew old-
This knight so bold-
And oler his heart a shadow
And, as his strength
Failed him at length,
He met a pilgrim shadow-
uShadow," said he,
6iWh61'6 can it be-
This land of Eldorado?"
uOver the lVlountains
Of the lVloon,
Down the Valley of the Shadow
Fell as he found E Ride, boldly ride,"
No spot of ground The shade replied,-
That looked like Eldorado. all you seek for Eldorado."
Edgar Allan Poe
ay your graduation from Mount St. lVIary's he for you
an occasion of joy and satisfaction as you look hack at the
achievements of the past years, of hope and confidence as you
face the future. The world needs Catholic women like youg
it needs your sincerity, your ideals, your courage. Your college
needs you, too, needs your loyal support, your generous
cooperation in all its undertakings. May this book, "The
Mount", be a bond linking the college With the new life
unfolding before you. May you often 'Llift your eyes to the
mountains" and may the motto of your Alma Mater-DEUS
ILLUMINATIO MEA-he the prayer that will sustain you.
that the light of His love may shine down the years steady and
strong and true, guiding you through failure and triumph to
SISTER ROSE DE LIMA
Dean of Mount Saint Mary's College
Facult of the Colle e
he cgxecutiue Ufficers
Sister Margaret Mary .......... ....,., P resident Emeritus
Sister Marie de Lourdes .....
Sister Rose de Lima ....,....
Sister Mary Teresa ......
Sister Mary Eleanor ........
Sister Blanche Marie ....r....
Sister Agnes Bernard .....r...................................................
Juan Aguilar ....................
Sister Alice Marie ..............
.History and Political Science
..,.,...Chernistry and Physics
Sister Blanche Marie .................... ....................,....... L ibrarilln
The Reverend Robert Brennan ....... .............................. M usic
Ruth Burkenbilt .....,...........,........... ...... .... B a cteriology
Eileen Carpino ,..........r....... ..................... L ibrarian
Sister Mary Celestine ........... .............................. M usic
Rina Stefania Ciancaglini ......... ........ M odern Languages
The Reverend Thomas Coogan ....... ..................... .........r......... E c onornics
Inez Commeau .,,,.,.,.....................................,................ ........ H orne Economics
The Very Reverend Monsignor Patrick J. Dignan ....... ................................ P hilosophy
Sister Mary Dolorosa ,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,.,,,.,..,,.....,.........,.,....... ,.............,,,,., C lassical Languages
Lillian Fitch ..................... ....... .................... ....... I ' ublic Speaking, Dramatics
Wlill Garroway ............. ...................,,.................... M usic
Sister Mary Generosa ..... ................................. - ..History
Ilda Gerber .....,................,,.......................... ...,., , ..Modern Languages
Sister Gertrude Joseph ..e. Y ............................ ....................... Z oology
The Reverend Robert Gilbert, C. S. P .,,...... ............... I 'hilosophy
Herbert Gray ..............,.......................,........ ............. M usic
Raymond Hill ........,......,.....,,,,.,,.,,,.,,....,., ............. M usic
Sister Mary Hortensia ,.......
Joseph William Hull .........
Sister Mary lda ...............
Sister Mary lgnatia ..,...
Sister Mar Patricia
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Aloysius B. Lonski ............. ., .......,.. Economics and Mathematics
Sister Mary Marguerite .........,................................................................ Home Economics
Sister Marie de Lourdes .,........................,,.............,.....,............,......,....,................. English
The Right Reverend Monsignor Martin McNicholas .............. Religion and Philosophy
The Reverend Thomas McN1cholas ....,.......................... ........ R eligion and Philosophy
Hope M. Powell ................r..........................................
Dora J. Reese ...................,.........
Sister Regina Joseph .....................
The Reverend Patrick Roche ........
Sister Rose de Lima .................
Sister Rose Gertrude ..............
Sister St. Anthony ..........
Sister St. Francis ......,..
Sister Ste. Helene ,......
Mary Stanton ..........,.......
Sister Mary Timothy ............. ....... ..........
Amadee Tremblay ..............,....,.......,..................,.
The Reverend Joseph A. Vaughan, S. J .....,....
........Econornics and Sociology
.........Religion and Philosophy
...,........Latin and Education
.......,Science and Mathematics
.........History and Sociology
L Y F CULTY U C MPH
Left to right: Dr. Ciancaglini, Mrs. Commeau, Mr. Garroway, Mrs. Reese
Left to right, Miss Carpino, Miss Gerber
Left to right, Mrs. Powell, Mr. Lonski, MisssBarnes, Mr. Hull
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tudent Bod Officer
Helen Connelly, President of Student Body Margaret Moore, Vice-President
Frances Shannon, Secretary Marjorie O,Hanlon, Treasurer
Class Presidents: Top row l. to r.:
Adelaide S p u h l e r, Sophomore:
Betsy Knieriem, Freshman: Front
row, Patricia Borchard, Seniorg Re-
gina de Coursey, Junior.
Organization Presidents: l. to r.: Muriel Rochefort,
Red Cross: Winifrecl Cegg, N.F.C.C.S. Representative-g
Patricia Cisler, W.A.A.: Dorothy 0'Callag1han, Sodality.
Student Body officers at case
Club Presidents: Front row l. to r.1
Gladys Trask, SWES: Lois O'Con-
nell, Press. Top row: Hallie Bundy,
Science: Erin Mahoney, Eusebians:
Shirley Teichman, Education.
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Dorothy O'Callaghan, Prefect of Our Lady's Sodality,
always ready, willing and fully capable.
odalit of 0ur Lad
D IE UM PER MZ-IRIAM
Mount Saint Mary's College Sodality stems from a small band
organized over four hundred years ago in Rome by John Leonius,
S. J. In his period of reformation and counter-reformation, sodal-
ists met the challenge of the times so well that associations of a
similar nature spread from Rome to every part of the Christian
world. Today Catholicism and Communism are at war. Are modern
sodalists going to do battle for the cause of Christ in the way
demonstrated by the first sodalists?
Our Holy Father, Pope Pius XII has well expressed the need for
sodalists today in these words, 6' . . . the model of a Catholic which
the Sodality has set itself from its beginning to form, has perhaps
never so well corresponded to the needs and contingencies of any
time as it has today, and no time has needed it so urgently as
The Sodality of Our Lady aims to foster in its members an ardent
devotion, reverence, and filial love towards the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Through this devotion it seeks to make its members sanctify them-
selves in their own particular state of life, and zealous to save and
sanctify their neighbor and to defend the Church of Jesus Christ.
Mount Saint Mary's College Sodality cooperates whole heartedly
with every parish and archdiocesan enterprise which is within its
scope, in order to train sodalists for future parish activity when
they finish college. Directed to this aim, Our Lady's Committee
fosters devotion to the Blessed Virgin. The Eucharistic Committee
is concerned with the Christ of the Tabernacle in every activity
from First Friday devotions to making altar linens. The Literature
Committee disseminates food for the Catholic mind through maga-
zines subscriptions such as Sign, The Catholic Digest, America,
Extension, The Catholic Mind, and Todayis World. This committee
motivated not only our own campus Book Week, but also the arch-
performs many spiritual and corporal works of mercy. Its efforts
clothed some of the children of Italy, fed some of the children of
the world, sent books to the Philippines, and brought help to many
places in the world through the steadily increasing pagan baby
fund. The Publicity Committee acts to keep all Sodalists informed
diocesan Book Week held at the Mount. The Apostolic Committee
on Sodality activities.
Peggy Wylie, Treasurer: Ann Hall, Vice-Prefect:
Dorothy, Anita Morrison, assistant vice-Prefect, and
Pearl Butier, Secretary, a few minutes before a
Committee Heads-l. to r., Shirley Teichman, Litera-
tureg Marguerite Biggs, Puhlicityg Hallie Bundy,
Eucharisticg Adelaide Spuhler, Apostolicg and Wini-
fred Gegg. Our I.ady's, at the newly erected shrine
of the Little Flower.
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The student body assisting at St. Patricks Day
Mass followed by a kelly-green breakfast.
The members of each committee functioning in specialized ways
as part of the Mystical Body of Christ try to live through the help of
the Sodality that life which Christ Our Lord has expressed even
to each Mount girl today, 'll am the vine. you are the branchesf'
Pat Reisner. Peggy Vlvylie and Mary Do-
lores Buckley collecting donations for the
European relief fund from Gloria Padilla
and Julia Horimoto.
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Freshman activities for the year included initiation by the
sophomores, raffling a school ring for the benefit of the
swimming pool, a Spanish motif social night, and assisting
with the St. Patrickis Day breakfast.
Front Row, L. to R.: Nancy Austin, Dolly Meyer, Pat Johnson,
Mary Connolly, Alice Kraemer, Charlotte Aguiar, Betsy Knieriem,
Molly Flanagan, Evonne Hill, Alice Mclntosh, Mary O'Brien, Joann
Musumeci, Marianne DeCoursey. Second Row: Betty Joyce Mar-
Alice Kraemer, Secretary: Charlotte Aguiar, Vice-President, Betsy
Knierem, President, Molly Flanagan, Treasurer.
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gerum, Frances Doerner, Carlota lbarra, Rose Marie Sanfilippo,
Lois Little, Gloria Padilla, Betty Krouse, Lois Ahmann, Louise
Powers, Betty Wylie, Lucy Ann Hollinger. Third Row: Barbara
Sanborn, Eleanor Eagen, Mary Jean Reese, Erica Orth, Ruth Kuntz,
Betsy Jean Elmore, Dorothy De Vargas, Romona Rodrigues, Pat
Slattery, Margaretta Summerfield, Esperanza Vasquez, Marilyn
Cummings. Fourth Row: Pat Murphy, Fay Brown, Mary Kay
Mackin, Donna Jean Conner, Dylia Aragon, Sheila McCarthy, Phyl-
lis Nolan, Kathleen Ryan, Pat Kirsch, Nancy Shaw, Josephine
Passolt. Fifth Row: Betty Haughawout, Betty O'Brien, Alice Floss,
Georgia Philbin, Jean Cameron, Jacqueline Clark, Francis Hills,
Anna Marie Puetz, Mary Krug, Carol Gallagher, Mary Anne Becker,
Jo Anne Fritz. Sixth Row: Lolita Fernandez. Rose Lenchanko,
Wilhelmina Joseph, Donna Lucey, Claire McDonald, Genevieve
Weeger, Elizabeth Bumb, Priscilla Stuntebeck, Grace McNamara,
Mary Louise Cassidy, Suzanne Lees. Seventh Row: Elaine Meena,
Lee Page, Mary Louise Madden, Annette Wahoff, Carol Ann Wash-
burn, Mary Anne Heffernan, Gloria Putman, Yvonne Mazy, Eleanor
Roberts, Margaret Vogel, Barbara Byran, Shirley Mealey. Eighth
Row: Janet Sargent, Mary Nadeau, Joella Hardeman, Dorothy Jensen,
Joan Carroll, Betty Wehall, Marie Ostier, Mary Ellen Likins, Kath-
leen O'Donnell, Mary Alice Ott, Barbara O,Callaghan. Ninth Row:
Genevieve Cortez, Connie Rodee, Maria Virginia Calderon, Patricia
Redmond, Rita Murphy, Maryann Munnemann, Joan Storken,
Marilyn Miles, Beth Robinson, Mary Jane Orr.
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Officers, L. to R.: Sarah Hooper, Treasurer,
Marillyn Wetzel, Vice-President, Adelaide
Spuhler, President, Murielle Rheaume, Sec-
Back Row, L. to R.: Mary Wallendorf, Doris
Schuck, Mary D. Buckley, Marillyn Wetzel,
Adelaide Spuhler, June Reed, Wanda Man-
kiewicz, Mildred Lerch, Carol Moore, Lois
Wallich. Third Row: Olga Stadthagen, Gloria
Hays, Virginia Debley, Mary Frances Sargent,
Pat Riesner, Catherine Hogan, Kay Williams,
Mary Yurich, Kathleen Regan, Carol Sebas-
tian. Second Row: Marjorie Stack, Joanne
Smith, Dolly Bowler, Clara Wong, Sarah
Hooper, Katie Owens, Ruth Rice, Tita Spain.
Front Row: Azilda Charhonneau, Mary Helen
Baumann, Marjorie O'Hanlon, Mary Joann
Lindenfield, Mary Jensch.
Back Row, L. to R.: Natalie Rohe, Ellen Gar-
recht, Madeline Pettrow, .lean Hanna, Zona
Barker. Third Row: Elyse Baxter, Bernice
Long, Pat Campbell, Mary Elizabeth Gerken,
Mary Geering, Frances Mealey, Betty Lou
Beattie. Second Row: Ann Landry, Julie Ann
Hall, Claire Rigali, Marilyn Gisler, Peggy
McLoone, Pat Alexander. Front Row: Lois
O'Connell, June Le Sage, Daisy Federighi,
Murielle Rheaume, Marguerite Biggs, Julia
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First Bow: Marie Balderas, Elena Freile, Mary Carroll, Betty Peukert, Doris Shiffilea, Regina DeCoursey.
Second Row: Betty Herman, Peggy Wylie, Ann Hall, Eileen Hunke, June Lattimore, Pat Becker.
Third Row: Winifred Yurich, Nanette Teresi, Pearl Butier, Rita Fischer, Betty Anne Knoch, Willa Mae Dowd.
Fourth Row: Valetta Brennan, Irene Stehly, Gerry Parker, Gerry Cassutt, Pat Smith, LaVonne Land, Jackie Fletcher, Madeline Seller.
Fifth Row: Mariheth Harvey, .loan Imhoff, Phyllis Kirby, Carol Aguiar, Pat Spencler, Dorothy Schmidt, Rose Anne Bouchard.
Sixth Bow: Wylda Hudson, Marion Tripeny, Gloria Hammerstrom.
c'Stairway to the Starsi' was the theme of the dance
sponsored by the juniors at the beginning of the fall
semester. A few class parties, the defeated but undis-
rnayed basketball team, and social nights filled the
junior calendar. The year ended with the Junior-Senior
prom held at the Bel-Air Hotel and the annual recep-
tion given to the seniors after graduation.
Regina DeCoursey .........,
Pat Becker .................. .......... V ice-President
Doris Shiffilea .........
June Lattimore ....
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Seniors Announce Privileges
Boarder 4'Spook,' Party
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Catholic Book Week
Junior Formal--'Stairway to the Stars"
Bishop Manning Visits College
Hlinx Dance" on Friday, the 13th
Bill of Rights Program
Christmas Play, uliady of the Inn"
ulVlardi Grass"-Loyola-lVlount Boarder Dance
Father D'lVlara Gives Retreat
St. Patrick's Day Mass and Breakfast
View Birthday Party
College Play, L'The Beboundv
Senior Dance at Westside Tennis Club
Tea for High School Seniors
Seniors Received into Alumnae
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MARY ELLEN BENKE RT
Los Angeles, California
. . . flaxen haired, blue-eyed, willowy
Mary Ellen. Refreshing as April
showers. Prefers: the opera to Al
Jarvis, wrestling matches to shows,
tutoring to classroom teaching. Talks
about: nephew Michael, sister Betti-
anne, evenings at the concert watch-
ing Dad Hfiddlen. Always ready for
responsibility, willing to work, and
able to assist.
Secretary of Red Cross Unit
Gamma Sigma Phi
. . . angora socks. Catalina swim
suits, a giggle that penetrates the
slowest wit is Borch, whose little
blue Ford rates a ttD.S.C." for four
yearsi transportation service beyond
the call of duty. Patty's heart is un-
der the personal care of Dr. Jack
Vifatson, who is taking a special pride
in this patient.
President of the Senior Class
President of Tau Alpha Zeta
Red Cross Executive Council
Santa Monica, California
. . . pillar of the chem lab, pebble
on the beach, co-creator of uSim-
ple Sal" is Hal. Rernarkably resem-
bles her uMr. Woof, a blond blue-
eyed Pekingese, to whom Hal is
most faithful. Accompanied on her
daily hikes by O'Callaghang seen
on the tennis courts with Erin, usu-
ally on the bottom of the pile in a
basketball gameg reserves a smooth
sophistication for special social
events, follows the best beach club
fashions, intends to work towards
her M. S.
President Science Club
Tau Alpha Zeta
JEANNE COLBERG HELEN CONNELLY
Hermosa, California Oxnard, C2llif0l'Ui1l
. . . ski-togs. play scripts. lab books.
a knack for being caught snow-
bound. a booming voice and ever-
ready laugh paint the backdrop for
Jeanne. a unique combination of sci-
ence and drama. Famous for her
dramatic mid-morning entrances in-
to physical chemistry. Jeanne never
tires of that worn-out excuse about
her jeepis temperament. Most unusu-
al is ,leanne's desire to enter the
. . . a sketch of subtlety. a cap full
of worries. precise as a windshield
wiper is Susie. At ease with the
gavel of leadership in hand. for
poise is predominantg yet always
willing to toss aside presidential
problems for a bit of dancing. ten-
nis. golfing or just helping Father
with the lima beans.
President of Student Body
Tau Alpha Zeta
Science Club Tennis Varsity
Los Angeles, California
. . . tall. graceful. radiant blue eyes
rarely open. always late for thebus.
is Kay. the most unruffled and un-
hurried of the seniors. Found on
campus in lfrinis room. strolling
slowly up to Dr. Stantorfs classroom
or iust leaning against the nearest
wall. Diamond now gracing left
hand will be complemented by a
wedding band this summer when
Kay marries Dick Doth. ex-marine
. . . eager for laboratory experience,
Teddy is well on the way to becom-
ing an efficient medical technician.
When not seen in the science build-
ing, Teddy can be found in her room
either brewing coffee, typing next
monthis assignments, or storing up
sleep for another week-end at Hmy
aunt's house". A Vaughn Monroe
enthusiast, Teddy listens by the hour
fshe has no choice in the matterl to
Muggsie giving out with uliacing
with the moon . . fi
CORINNE FALVEY MARY DOLORES FLYNN
San Mateo, California
. . . gnomish in stature with a casual
air of friendship for all, Falve is a
natural mixer. Good-natured and
curious, she has a small finger in
every organization in college, will-
ingly accepting the multitude of jobs
tossed her way. The other four-fifths
of the secondary education group
wonder how Corinne plans to disci-
pline the large levi-clad element of
her future history classes.
Los Angeles, California
. . . When M. D. bounces into the
room youill notice azure eyes camou-
flaged with a web of tangled lashes,
coronet braids lwith an occasional
pigtailj, easy smile, brilliant ban-
danna. Ought to receive a diploma
for energy spent in changing tires
on uleaping lizzie" f4'But it has a
good motor, kidslnj-summa cum
for lighting the torch of humor to
the senior class. A pass from the
Southern Pacific for future trips to
San Francisco tfour new tiresl.
Red Cross . I
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Education Club Iiamasslans ,
WDAUAA- kappa Delta Chl
. . . a low chuckle that vibrates kind-
ness. a scholar on campus. a skater
on ice. a heart of pure gold-this
portrays Muggsie. the crooner of
second floor. Says she of her future.
4'No kidding. l'm Alaska-bound."
Where else could be found more
fruitful ground for Margaretis social
welfare training. enkindled hy her
natural touch in lending a helping
hand to others.
PATRICIA KEELAN BA
. . . friendly. easy-going Pat is fol-
lowing in her mother's footsteps hy
preparing for a career of teaching
second-grade youngsters. ln room
mopping-up operations Pat attaches
sentimental value to Hwoolieswisays
they lend atmosphere and they're
definitely here to stay. Pat has a
passion for pen pals. is seldom seen
without stationery in hand. Chief
topic of conversation is brother
Los Angeles, California
. . . some of the delicate color of a
Rubens and a hit of the wisdom of
Aquinas are combined in Bohhy.
Sensitive to strains of great music
while she creates. Ohliging in draw-
ing posters and decorating for so-
cial functions. Promises to have her
name in Vlihois Who in the gallery
of great artists.
Art Editor of "The flllllllllv
WINIFRED GEGG LENORA GEIER
Prescott, Arizona South Pasadena, California
. . . quiet in classes. quiet in sports,
but an effervescent glow of friend-
liness surrounds Vivinnie. Femininity
plus . . . weakness for charge ac-
counts. magazines. debates. Loyal to
rodeos. cowboys. the desert. Rates
an HA" for clear thinking, logical
conclusions and scholarship. Spe-
cializes in last minute note books,
late lights. ice cold snacks.
. . . quiet, reserved, that's how
'fBilly. the 1lVIashed Potatoj Kidw
impresses many of her classmates.
To those who are better acquainted
with B. C.. she's a gay blade on
ice, an Irene Castle on the dance
floor, and a master on the marimba.
Already an experienced traveler. B.
C., a future grammar school teacher,
is laying plans for trips to the four
corners of the world during sum-
Science Club n Eng1ishAHiStm.y
Gamma Sigma PIU Literary Editor of "The Mountu
. . . cameo of Grecian perfectiong
starched tennis shortsg Spaulding
krobatsg with promise of a profes-
sional uracquetw in the future is
Geese. raven-haired athlete of the
class. As busy as a swinging door
with tennis teams, tennis classes, ten-
nis ladders-tennis. tennis, tennis!
Bubbling with new ideas and ambi-
tion to see them through.
Social Welfare-Social Science
Tau Alpha Zeta
JACQUELINE LOGSDON HARRIET MCLOONE
Los Angeles, California Santa Monica, California
. . . slender. trim. always giggling
is Jackie. one of the mad knitters of
the senior class. She is still called
Pat hy some teachers. who confuse
her with the eldest of the Logsdon
clan. No one can spend more time
primping for a date than Jackie,
with a fashion plate result that daz-
zles. ln her white lah coat fwhen
she manages to make it to hacteri-
ologyi ,lakes easy smile charms the
hugs looking up at her thru the
microscope into complete suhmission.
Gamma Sigma Phi
. . . a capable. cool mint julep on
a hackground of typewriters, note-
hooks. and ink hottles-Harriet. Com-
plaisant, aesthetic. languid, verbose.
lnterestecl in attending concerts.
keeping up with Broadway. a pro-
fessional career hehind the teacher's
desk the careful of her cooking.
driving. and salesmanship for par-
ish rafflesi. Count on Harriet to
keep the class awake.
Vice-President 'llau Alpha Zeta
. . . coffee-pot commando. carry-
over from the victory-hoh days. fun-
loving lfrin is a small transplant of
Ireland. She swings a mean cluh at
the weekly golf roundup, writes with
the touch of a professional. is a
master at coining unique phrases.
hut unpredictable Clenfs future is
a mystery. Delight of friend Gladys'
heart is to frighten the hlarney out
of lfrin with mad driving. Perenni-
ally ahsent from meals. Erin sur-
vives on coffee and endless snacks.
President of lfusehians:
Kappa Delta Chi
. . . mix talent, enthusiasm, hearty
laughter, latest fashion trends, and
what's left of a Brooklyn accent
in the graduation bowl, season with
a deck of cards, cook over a glow-
ing letter to Johnny, serve this dish
on a platter entitled HSurrenderi,,
and itis guaranteed to be the life of
the party. Kay, the only addition to
the senior class, is definitely Hup
and goingf' right back to Ohio, that
is, and a June wedding.
MARGARET ANN MOORE ANITA MORRISON
Los Angeles, California
. . . Maggie-cheerful as a bob-o-
link, capable as a Bendix, popular
as a '11-7 Studebaker. Seen on cam-
pus with Murphy, off campus with
Wloody. Knows all about the chem-
istry lab, teaching the chililuns, and
editing uThe Viewv. Envied for her
curly brown hair, nonchalant man-
ner and big brother Tom.
Vice-President of student body
President of Press Club
Make-up editor of 'The Mountv
Editor of "The Viewv, two years
Science Club -
Santa Monica, California
. . . a tiny image of perfection with
dancing blue eyes that picture im-
pishness is Nita, usually bringing
up the rear with a beseeching, 66Wait
for me, fellas." Partial to blue
CNavy brandj and brown eyes, a
necessary accompaniment of the
former, Anita has an aversion for
Xavier Cugat. She sails to and from
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campus in rgagio , t e amous
green Chevy, and plans to tutor the
younger set next year.
Vice Prefect of Sodality
Union Sodality Treasurer
Editor-in-Chief of "The Mount"
San Diego, California
. . . a cross section of Peter Tschai-
kowsky, Al Jolson, and Spike Jones
line her record shelf. You'll find
wllimev, i'Holiday", 6'Helpful Hints
for Homemakersw. and HBugs of To-
morrow" on her book shelf. Meet
Murph and you know a lassie who
can dissect an earthworm. plan a
menu, take a blood count, drive a
golf ball. cut a pattern. deal the
cards, all in a day-our nomination
for the all-around college girl.
Vice-President of Science Club
Vice-President of senior class
Photography editor of 4'The Mount"
Los Angeles, Cali fornia
. . . lively as rice krispies-unpre-
dictahle as a summer storm. enthusi-
astic as a Sinatra fan. O'C is co-cre-
ator of g'Simple Salwg co-creator of
formula MPX." lsecret process for
dehydrating fliesl. Particularly fond
of Green Lake. Wisconsin. Barbara's
yellow sweater. and brother Leo's
Tau Alpha Zeta
Point Loma, California
. . . Roomy has a knack for off-the-
hill snacks. weekly movies. dodging
breakfast. balancing the year book
budget. Cuisine of delicate edibles?
publicity manager for Albert of the
Villa Nova. Fashionably fastidious
. . . splashes of sun burst brooches
. . . startling ear-rings . . . mink
coat . . . easy to please and pleas-
Business llanager for "Tho Noun!"
Kappa llc-lta tlhi
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Los Angeles, California
. . . cosmopolite. easy going, in a
constant state of bewilderment about
assignments. German. meetings, and
the future. Knits with the profes-
sionals. Practices piano with per-
suasion. Usually seen with a test
tube, suit case, Red Cross propagan-
da. bangs, knitting bag, and Chem.
Majors. Guaranteed to agree with
anything. give a hand to anyone.
Complains cheerfully about every-
Chairman of College Red Cross
Vice Chairman, Red Cross College
Tau Alpha Zeta
FRANCIS SHANNON MARY JANE STEVENSON
. . . where thereis laughter, where
thereis wit, where the Hriver Shan-
non flows" there's Effer-the Irish
lassie who will tell you of Killarney
and Killdare. Lives in 4'Altadena,
dear-that's upper Pasadenan.
Vforks in the labg eats almost any-
thingg dates limmyg knows every
corner of the Civic: every line in the
MPlay-houseng every answer in the
book. Wants to know "what do you
really think, now really!"
Secretary of Student Body
Gamma Sigma Phi
. . . easy to please, just feed her
Spanish dishesg nonchalantg quiet
foccasionallyl 3 enraptured with cer-
tain songs, reason is George! Unbe-
spectacled schoolmarm of promising
juniors. Rates an Hahln on the
dance floor. Lends a mellow soprano
to the Glee Club and happy listeners.
Abides in 301 with Mother halfw.
Treasurer of Eusebians
SHIRLEY TEICHMAN GLADYS TRASK
San Diego, California Kaneohe, Oahu
. . . coax her a little bit and she will
sing her way into your heart. Re-
member: Wllhe Desert Song". uBegin
the Beguinew. her senior recital cul-
minating four years of melodies. her
profound sentiments on the teaching
of the young. Shirley is constantly
seen with Anita and Mary Jane.
usually pleading for aid on the
Sodality Literature Committee. blue
ribbon winner dashing for the 3:00
President Education Club
. . . abalone shells. surf boards. Ha-
waiian hulas offer a background for
the splash of personality that is
Gladys. Worries about: paying over-
due hills on 'ilVloney Bagsw ther
excuse for a carl. meeting the one
a.m. curfew, being asked to hula in
public. Remembered as: chief dish-
washer on senior social night. cheer
leader for the class of 717. fellow
explorer with the social welfare
President of S.W.E.S.
Kappa Delta Chi
Los Angeles, California
. . . absent-minded. scatterhrained.
lovable Betteann-a heart full of
good wishes and kind words for
everyonegtoo busy keeping up with
events to worry or complain. The
Mount will remember her: unique
dramatic impersonationsg inside info
on the latest police reports lgathered
from a reliable sourcel: and her
futile attempts to arrive at meals on
Tau Alpha Zeta
UF THE MOUNT
We rule our varsity,
WC,1'C the mighty monarchs of the Mount
Colors of red and white
We're the class of girls that really counts.
We come from many towns
Some Way down and some Way up near heaven,
'Til we're out, there's no doubt-
We will always lead,
For Welre the Class of Nineteen Forty-Seven!
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Senior day students cornered in the lounge are: Hallie Bundy, Kay Connolly, Dorothy
O'Callaghan, Mary Dolores Flynn, Harriet McLoone, Anita Morrison, Mary Ellen
Benkert and Barbara Lichtenberg. '
Senior class officers are: President Pat Borchard, Vice-
President Lorraine Murphy, Secretary Shirley Teichman
and Treasurer Corinne Falvey
First Row: Hallie Bundy, Anita Morrison, Harriet McLoone, Mary Ellen Benkert and
Barbara Lichtenherg. Second Row: Mary Dolores Flynn, .laqueline Logsdon, Dorothy
0,Callaghan, Kay Connolly and Jeanne Colberg. '
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First Row: Corinne Falvey, Margaret Hlastala. Billy Geier. Margaret Moore. Lorraine
Murphy. Seeond Row: Gladys Trask, Mary .lane Stevenson, Helen Connelly, Shirley
Teichman. Erin Mahoney. Third Row: Pat Borc-hard, Kay Moody. Fourth Row: Muriel
Rochefort, Pat Keelan, Winifred Cegg. Franees Shannon, Pat Gisler.
Ah-This is the life!
Gro in Up...
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Top Row, L. to R.: First pain of growth, Will this year never end?, Pan-American week. Second Row: A la Murphystein-
sees nothing, tells all, What could be better on a hot day?, Junior dance at the Mount. First Row: Fencing, no less, Put
your little foot right here, Golden Days, This is the beginning of the end.
Dorothy Wood, Kathleen La Duke and Jeanette Ingersoll, Martha Holt, Virgina La Toska, Kathleen McCaffrey, Joan Truxaw,
Gabriel Pulido, Olive Ann Taylor, Helen Ennis, Roberta Fawcett, Mary Jane Fritzenkotter, Theresa Carter, Mary Louise Wood-
cock, Lois Scholten, and Mary Heffington are gone but not forgotten members of the class of ,4-7.
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Patrica Gisler, President of the VV.A.A.
The W.A.A. Board members, Betty Wekall, Hallie Bundy, Carol
Sebastian, Pat Gisler, Mary Carroll, Barbara O'Callaghan.
The Women's Athletic Association was organized
at Mount Saint Mary's in the spring of 1945
under the leadership of Virginia Brown and
Helen Reimann. At first activities were limited,
but with the expansion of the college many
sports were incorporated under the W. A. A.
This years has seen the advent of golf, skiing,
and bowling and increased interest in tennis,
volleyball, and basketball.
Annually the W.A.A. sponsors a competitive
The executive committee this year includes Pat
Cisler, Presidentg Hallie Bundy, Vice-President,
Mary Carroll, Secretary, Carol Sebastian,
Treasurer, Barbara 0'Callaghan and Betty
Wekal, freshman representatives.
Mr. Al Scott
tennis coach, kind critic
and W.A.A. enthusiast
Student tennis teachers Pat Gisler. Mary
Carroll, Pat Borchard and Helen Connelly
with their classes.
Under the leadership of Mr. Al Scott. tennis
has become the predominant sport of the W.A.A.
Student teacher classes have heen in progress
with Mary Carroll. Helen Connelly. Pat Bor-
chard, and Pat Cisler Conducting.
Competitive matches were arranged with Po-
mona. Redlands. Occidental. and Santa Bar-
Volleyball season began in September at the
Mount and ended before the Christmas holidays.
Interest reached a peak when the Mount var-
sity played the varsity of Catholic Girl's High.
The game ended by moonlight with Mount girls
In an out-of-season revival a Mount volleyball
team opposed a team from Loyola University
to amuse both players and spectators at the
third annual View Birthday Party. Score-
Mount l8, Loyola 2.
Bowling, the newest division of the W.A.A.,
was organized during the second semester of
1947. It is here to stay, however, having proved
that fun can be had without professional skill.
In two matches with Woodbury the Mount
bowling team won two out of six games.
Spring brought intra-mural basketball to the
Mount. Teams from every class practiced dur-
ing noon hour. After a sufficient warming-up
period, games were duly played, cheered and
recorded in preparation for the championship
game on field day.
Thirty members of the newly formed Golf Club
receive weekly lessons from Al Demaret and
Bill Roberts, professional golf instructors. The
driving range at Santa Monica and Wilshire has
been the scene of many profitable afternoons.
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Top L. to R.: Mary Carrollg Serviceg Pat Gisler. Third Row: Ball Upg A Friendly game. Second How: Repose
laterg Ski troupe. First Row: Off the courseg Teeing off.
Graduating Editor Margaret Moore gratefully turns over
duties of office to capable successor, Lois O'Connell.
Charter Scribes include:
The Press Club
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Organized in September, 1946, the threefold purpose of
The Mount Saint Maryis Press Club is:
0 spread truth through both the Catholic and the g
to strive for the highest standards of artistic and
M. Moore, President R. Kuntz accurate journalism
J-A- Hall,SeCTCtafY MJ-Lindenfeld . ..to make articulate the ideals and activities of Mount
D- Bowler lglfigff Saint Mary's through the campus newspaper, The View.
gf L.'O,'C03l?E?lYa On April 15 The View celebrated its second birthday with
. , a carnival, varsity show, picnic supper and dance. This
D. Child M. 0 Hanlon . . b M d. .
R. Decoursey D'O,Callaghan airglniversary party promises to ecome a Ount tra 1t10n.
A. Hall G. Philbin rough its two years of development, The View has taken
M Jensch M Stack on the earmarks of a cosmopolitan newspaper, with an
B 'Knieriem Ajspuhler ever-growing skilled staff, an increased number of publi-
headache department, is Regina de
Coursey, Business Manager of The
though in charge of
cation dates and an enthusiastic public.
Twenty gold "quill and scroll" pins were awarded the
charter members of MSMC Scribes in February, pins will
continue to be given at the close of each semester to those
having proved themselves faithful staff workers.
Co-creators of "Simple Sal", O'Callaghan and Bundy, pose beside their pride and joy.,
Resemblance is noted.
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A news story is sighted:
Reporter Joann Lindenfeld and Photographer
Dolly Bowler capture an exclusive interview and
picture of Reverend J. S. Kennedy. Job of the
newspaper reporter is to track down and record
the facts, later to tie them up with clipped, con-
cise yet reader-catching language.
Copy is prepared for press:
Betsy Knieriem, Georgia Philbin, and Mary Iensch,
check type-written stories ready for press and add
headlines, while Ruth Kuntz, Adelaide Spuhler
and Dolly Meyer approximate the spatial arrange-
ment of stories on the printed page.
Galley-proofing and dummy set-up:
Proof reading the galley fthe printed storiesl for
errors and pasting the dummy of the finished View
together are Carolyn Wiashburn, Christina Murray,
Kathryn Below, Mary Krug, Betty Lou Beattie and
Alice Kraemer. This is the most important step
in the process for with poor layout and numerous
mistakes, even the best-written stories lose their
Criticism and 'gback patting"
Grouped around Editor Lois O'Connell, the sec-
tion editors Julie Hall, Gerry Cassutt, Ann Hall,
Margie Stack. and Joann Lindenfeld discuss the
final product, make both favorable and unfavor-
able comment, analyze reader value, campus cov-
erage, and suggest additions for bigger and better
The officers of the SWES, from left to right, Clare Rigali,
Secretaryg Peggy Wylie, Vice-Presidentg Gladys Trask,
Presidentg Madeline Pettrow, Treasurer.
Dr. Mary Stanton
Adviser of SWES
Members of SWES, from left to right: First Row: Marianne De Coursey, Gloria
Padilla, Mary Ellen Benkert, Pearl Butler, Clare Rigali. Second Row: Adelaide
Spuhler, Pat Kirsch, Ruth Rice, Mary Helen Baumann, Madeline Pettrow, Dorothy
Schmidt. Third Row: Frances Mealey, Azilda Charbonneau, Carlotta Ibarra,
Winifred Yurich, Pat Gisler, Wylda Hudson. Fourth Row: Joann Musumeci, Molly
Flanagan, Genevieve Cortez, Sheila McCarthy, Gladys Trask, Kay Connolly. Fifth
Row: Margaret Vogel, Pat Spencler, Kathleen O'Donnell, Concepcion Shrewsbury,
Dolly Meyer, Mary Carroll, Peggy Wylie.
SWES, formed in the fall of 1946, unites the social welfare,
economics, and sociology departments. The club began
with more than thirty members and many others have
joined in the course of the year.
The purpose of SWES is to co-ordinate the activities of the
three departments and to foster interest in the solution of
social and economic problems.
The club has held monthly meetings and has heard many
interesting speakers. The main project of SWES has been
the adoption of a settlement house in San Fernando. Every
Week several members drive down to the settlement where
they help Sisters Celine and Theresa, Sisters of Social
Service. Girls come home from their tasks there, satisfied
to have helped others toward a bit more happiness.
Left to Right: Gladys Trask, Genevieve Weeger, Marguerite Biggs, Irene Stehly, and
Lois Little admire the bulletin hoard displaying pictures of their families for Family Week.
Marianne DeCoursey, Dorothy Child, Eleanor Gmeindl
and Gloria Padilla prepare for a trip to the San
Fernando Mission house.
Back Row, L. to R.: Pat Spencler, Pearl Butier,
June Reed, Winifred Yurich, Gladys Trask. Front
Row: Mary Carroll, Pat Newman, Peggy Wylie and
Rita Fischer attended the National Conference of
Social Workers in San Francisco on the 17, 18, 19
A Social Welfare field trip to the women's prison
First Row: L. to R.: Betty Ann Knoch, Lorraine Murphy, Kathleen Moody, Kathleen Began, Patricia Riesner, Dolores Bowler,
Wanda Mankiewicz, Marillyn Wetzel, Clara Wong, La Vonne Land. Second Row: Hallie Bundy, Margaret Moore, Jacqueline
Fletcher, June Lattimore, Patricia Becker, Willa May Dowd, Dorothy 0'Callaghan, Betty Wekall. Third Row: Carol Sebastian.
Patricia Spain, Winifred Cegg, Patricia Borchard, Muriel Rochefort, Catherine Hogan, Frances Shannon.
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, i t A Kappa Theta Mu, the science club, comprises majors in
M i'2,,f , T' Q the various scientific fields, biological sciences, chemistry,
home economics, mathematics and nursing. Each depart-
ment sponsors a monthly meeting with a program designed
to promote scientific interest and enjoyment. Notable
among these this year were a meat demonstration by a
staff member of Swift Sz Co., a lecture on the atom bomb
by Dr. Doescher professor at U.S.C., a panel discussion on
atomic energy by Frances Shannon, Dorothy 0,Callahan,
Hallie Bundy and Winifred Gegg, and a lecture with the
aid of kodachrome slides on desert plant life by Mrs.
Burkenbilt, instructor in disease bacteriology.
Various field trips were undertaken during the year under
the auspices of the groups concerned.
The club is succeeding in its aim to foster general scientific
interest among the students.
Top Row: Science Club Officers: President, Hallie Bundy,
Vice-President, Lorraine Murphy, Secretary Roseann Bouchard,
Treasurer, Ellen Garrecht. Mount goes to the desert-Botany
field trip to Murray Canyon. Second Row, L. to R.: Ruth Rice-
At dawning: Breakfast at Whitewater. Third Row: Scrambled
eggs a-la-ashes, Patricia Becker-while walking through the
lnternational Lan ua
First Row: Patricia Riesner, Marguerite Biggs, Esperanza Vasquez, Marianne De Coursey,
Daisy Federighi, Rose Marie Sanfilippo lSec-retaryl, Geraldine Cassutt lSocial Chairmanl,
Murielle Rheaume lPresidentl. Second Row: Betty Herman, Dorothy De Vargas, Alice
Mclntosh. Patricia Smith, Eileen Hunke, Dr. Rina Ciancaglini. Third Row: Mary Jensch,
Patricia Becker, Clare Rigali, Betty Krouse, Patricia Murphy, Sheila McCarthy, Concepcion
Shrewsbury. Fourth Row: Jacqueline Fletcher, Mary Dolores Buckley, Mary ,lane McGrath,
Louise Powers, Georgia Philbin, Ruth Kuntz.
The Education Club was founded in February, 1946 with Mrs. Dora J. Reese as facult
The lnternational Language Club
was organized in the fall of 1945.
It comprises students of the French,
German, Italian, and Spanish clas-
ses, and their friends. Various out-
of-class activities planned throughout
the year have emphasized the social
aim of creating international under-
standing, interest in and love for
people of other nationalities. The
cultural aim has been attained
through the presentation of musical
and dramatic programs, through
participation in lectures and foreign
dinners, and through monthly
meetings on the campus.
y adviser. The Education Club,
in its inauguration, offered invitations to "anyone interested in education-not necessarily one studying for the education
field." Charter officers were Rosemary Brady, presidentg Kathleen 0'Hanlon, vice-president:
and Corinne Falvey, treasurer.
Shirley Teichman, secretary,
Business and social activities have high-lighted the life of the club. A few of these activities included the observance
of National Education Week, November 11-16, affiliation with the California Student Teachers' Association, presentation
of educational films, lectures by speakers well-known in the educational field, visual-aids demonstration, Brentwood
teachers dinner and a picnic "just for fun." Officers this year were Shirley Teichman, president: Corinne Falvey, vice-
president: Mary Joanne Lindenfeld, secretary-treasurer, and Mary Jensch, publicity chairman.
Back Row, L. to R.: Dolores Bowler, Maribeth Harvey, Mrs. Dora Reese, Pat Keelan, Muriel Rheaume, Mary Jenscli,
Eileen Hunke, Valetta Brennan, Mary Jane Stevenson, Mary Ann Heffernan, Billy Geier, Harriet McLoone, Ann Hall,
Mary Ellen Benkert, Marion Tripeny. Front Row: Doris Shiffilea, Corinne Falvey, vice-president: Anita Morrison. Mar-
garet Moore, Helen Connelly and Shirley Teichman, president.
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Back Row, L. to R.: Annette Wahoff, Fay Brown, Patricia Keelan, Mary Jensch, Rose
Lenchanko, Lolita Fernandez, Wilhelmina Joseph, Gloria Hammerstrom, Alice Kraemer,
Marianne De Coursey, Donna ,lean Conner, Dr. Raymond Hill, Conductor. Front Row:
Kay Mackin, Mary Jane Stevenson, Shirley Teichman, June Lattimore, Charlotte Aguiar,
and Marie Carol Aguiar.
Mr. Raymond Hill and Mr. Will
Garroway direct the glee club. The ac-
tivities of the Mount are always en-
hanced by this choral group. Patricia
Keelan, Charlotte Aguiar, Elaine
Meena and Shirley Teichman had audi-
tions for the Atwater Kent contest for
non-professional singers. The Glee
Clubls outstanding performances for
the year were those for the visit of
Bishop Manning, the Bill of Rights
Program, the Alumnae Hat Show, Per-
golesi's Stabat Mater and the annual
play, The Rebound.
The string ensemble displays a fine talent X
and offers good listening. The ensemble ac-
companied all the important performances
of the glee club. Mr. Herbert Gray and
Sister M. Timothy direct the group.
Left to Right: ,loella Hardeman, Roberta Johnson, Portia Hayes, Doris
Schuck, Mr. Herbert Gray, orchestral director, Gloria Hayes, Mary Cum-
mings, Mary ,lane McGrath, Rose Marie Sanfillippo, and Betty Haughawout.
Members of executive committee are iback row, l. to r.l: Winifred Yurich, Harriet McLoone, Mary Ellen Benkert,
Marguerite Biggs, Miss Jane Rittersbacher, director of college units. Front Row: Pat Borchard, Muriel Rochefort,
chairman, and Regina De Coursey.
The Mount Saint Mary's College Unit of the American
Bed Cross began operations on campus on November 16.
1943. To enable Mount girls to participate in Bed Cross
work on their home campus was the incentive for its for-
mation. Sister Mary Marguerite, head of the home eco-
nomics department, is faculty adviser of the unit.
At present the more active corps include Production.
Community Service to Camp and Hospital, and Public
Information. Less active since the war are the Canteen,
First Aid, Nurses Aide and Blood Donor Corps.
Among the many activities carried on by the unit, the
Christmas drive for gifts for hospitalized veterans is the
most popular. Other activities include the annual member-
ship campaign. the bi-weekly parties at Sawtelle and
Birmingham Hospitals, and the first aid and nutrition
Corps chairmen are tl. to r.l: Pat Campbell, Marillyn Wetzel, Peggy McLoone, Adelaide
Spuhler, and Corinne Falvey.
Kappa Delta Chi ororit
Maria Theresa Balderas, Erin Mahoney, Wylda Hudson, Joanne Smith,
Patti Keene, Elyse Baxter, Leona Schiff, Gladys Trask, Betty Propeck,
Julie Ann Hall, Lois OlConnell and Ann Landry.
CHARTER MEMBERS: OFFICERS:
Dorothy Arnerich First Semester
. . . to promote the welfare of its members.
. . to develop and maintain a high standard of truth,
Leona Schiff, President
Patti Keene, vice-President
Kay Connelly, Recording Secretary
Doris Uliver, Corresponding Secretary
Lois 0,Connell, Treasurer
Betty Propeck, Sergeant at arms
culture, morality, and friendship between college Second Semester
students and alumnae.
Leona Schiff, President
Patti Keene, vice-President
Wylda Hudson, Recording Secretary
Lois 0,Connell, Corresponding Secretary
Ann Landry, Treasurer
Frances Hills, Sergeant at arms
Julie, Margaret Ann Rickel
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Kappa activities include a formal rush tea, pledge din-
ner and formal presentation in mid-winter at the Ambassa-
dor Hotel Cocoanut Grove. After hell week pledges receive
pins at a formal initiation. An alumnae banquet and spring
formal conclude school year activities. but Kappas living
in or near Los Angeles spend a week '
the mountains or at the beach during the summer.
or two together 1n
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Top Row, L. to R.: Pat Hills, ,loan Mitchell, Jane Lynn, Mary Dolores Flynn, Gladys Trask, Lois O'Connell, Wy'ltla H
Erin Mahoney, Betty Propeck, Cathy Lasher, Corrinne Smith, Julie Ann Hall. Front Row: .loanne Smith, Patti Keene
Frances Hills, Leona Schiff, Elyse Baxter, Kay Connolly, Shirley Connolly, Doris Oliver, Ann Landry. Four students wear
ing the traditional gardenias are honored at a pledge dinner.
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Gamma i ma Phi ororit
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Present members fback row, l. to r.J: Adelaide Spuhler, Mary Dolores Buckley, Joann
Lindenfeld, Bernice Long, Rita Fischer, Kathleen Regan. Third Row: Maribeth Harvey,
Jacqueline Fletcher, Mary Roulac, Clare Rigali, Jackie Logsdon, Margaret Mary Vogel,
Mary Ceering, Nanette Teresi. Second Row: Gerry Cassutt, Sarah Jane Hooper, Doris
Schiffilea, Ruth Rice, Mary Elizabeth Gerken, Mary Margaret Connolly, Winifred Gegg.
First Row: Murielle Rheaume, Daisy Federighi, Mary Ellen Benkert, Frances Shannon,
June Lattimore, Joann Musumeci, Marjorie Stack.
GAMMA SIGMA PHI
' Cecilia Furlong
H. . . Established for the reverence and love for Cod,
and for a patriotism toward our country, and for aid-
ing and supporting our college by earnest efforts for
Second semester officers fl. to r.J: June Lattimore, Treas- - - - - t- - t' '
urerg Frances Shannon, Vice-President: Mary Ellen Benkert, hlgher SCh9lfi'?h1R and by unhmlted par lclpa lon In
President, and Daisy Federighi, Secretary. campus actlvltles'
Parfaits and pretty smiles. MON? of Same
Pledges presented at a dinner at the Cocoanut Grove.
Back Row, L. to R.: Mary Dolores Buckley, Mary Margaret Vogel,
Clare Rigali, Bernice Long, Kathleen Regan, Murielle Rheaume,
Mary Geering. Front Row: Sara Hooper, Rita Fischer, .loanne
Musumeci, Margaret Mary Connolly, Marjorie Stack, Joann Lin-
Tau Alpha Zeta ororit
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Present members lfront row, l. to r.l: Muriel Rochefort, Helen Connelly, Corinne Falvey,
Pat Borchard, Dorothy Schmidt, Mary Carroll, Harriet McLoone. Pat Gisler, Winifred
Yurivh, Mary Yurich, Ann Hall, Kay Williams, Dorothy O'Callaghan, Peggy Wylie, Pvat
Campbell, Peggy McLoone, Marilyn Gisler, Ellen Garrecht, Hallie Bundy, Elizabeth Bumb,
Mary Louise Madden, Louise Powers, Betsy Knieriem, Lois Ahman, Molly Flanagan, Lois
Wallich, Pat Spencler, Kathleen O'Donnell.
Second Semester Officers fback row, l. to r.l :
Peggy Wylie, Publicity Chairman: Pat Spen-
cler, President. Front: Lois Wallich, Treas-
urer: Harriet MeLoone, Vice-President: Pat
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' Adelaide Boeller
First Semester Officers fback row, l. to
r.l: Mary Carroll, Treasurer: Muriel
Rochefort, Publicity. Front: Winifred Yur-
ich, Secretary: Pat Borchard, President:
Pat Gisler, Vice-President.
H. . . to promote good fellowship and the spirit of fraternity and fidelity
in personal life and on the campusf,
Principal social functions throughout the year are a rush tea, circus
party, formal pledge dinner, presentation dance, acceptance dinner and
Mothers, Day breakfast.
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Tau ucial Life
Royal send-off for Mary L. Vaughan before she entered the convent
Presentation Party for pledges at the Brentwood Country Club.
Left to Right: Muriel Roehefort, Winifred Yuric-h, Patricia Borc-hard,
Mary Carroll and Pat Cisler.
Hell week terminated at Helen Connelly's home-1947.
At present there are thirty Taus on the cam
pus. This year they participated in a hayride
Hawaiian party, Pledges' Valentine party
Christmas supper. and farewell for the seniors
Left to Right: Mrs. George Benkert. Recording Secre-
tary: Mrs. Leo Logsdon, President: Mrs. Raymond
E. Jensch, Vice-Presidentg and Mrs. W. H. Campbell,
M h ' Guild of Mount Saint Mary's College the school
Left to Right: Mrs. Paul I. Mackin, Mrs. E. E.
Langdon, Mrs. D. McCarthy, Mrs. Jerome S. Hall
and Mrs. .lohn H. Geier are class mothers who keep
the Guild informed on activities.
culminates on Fathers' Night, and has
The ot ers
monthl meetings at which constructive social activities
adds many activities and projects to its credit every year. y
h' f d, has a benefit for are initiated.
The Guild sponsors a scholars ip un
h 'ld' hich was furnished by the
The day students' lounge in Saint .losephis ui ing w
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To our Alma Mater we will sing a song,
A song of loyalty.
From St. Monica's all gracious hills
The music shall resouncl
In a glorious ever-widening ring
01' truest melofly,
A song that fills our hearts, then thrills
Half the world around.
Mount Saint Marfs praises fling
To the hills, to the sea,
To the islands beyond
Let a royal shout ring out
From the skies cleep blue
To the purple Mount.
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To our cherished school we pledge fidelity
A faith of strength and truth.
Through the decades of future years
Our thoughts will turn to you,
Though our courses are many miles apart,
The visions will not ade
The memories of each happy year,
Written in our hearts' memoirs
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Kathleen Moody, Ell1.f0f-1.11-Chf8f Margaret Moore, Make-up Editor
Doris Oliver, Business Manager
STAFF OF THE MOUNT
Published by Mount Saint Mary's College
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ..... Kathleen Moody
BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Doris Oliver
MAKE-UP EDITOR . . Margaret Moore
LITERARY SECTION . . . Billy Geier
PHOTOGRAPHY . . . Lorraine Murphy
ART ....... Barbara Lichtenberg
Corinne Falvey, Pat Cisler,
Mary Dolores Flynn, Bettiann Whittler
PHOTOGRAPHER: John Smurda
Spurred into action by an ardent desire to
retain something tangible by which to remember
their four years at The Mount, 6'The Prospectors
of 1911-7'7 in October voted to bring into reality
this first college annual. Enthusiastic Kay Moody
was unanimously selected as editor-in-chief.
Assembling the yearbook meant tedious hours of
work for the inexperienced staff, who were tread-
ing on new ground. The selection of theme, art
work, budgeting of space, and 'make-up of each
page required careful planning in order to pro-
duce a finished product worthy of the college it
If the first issue of THE MOUNT brings pleas-
ure to its readers, the staff's work will be ade-
quately rewarded. A
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Left to Right: Corinne Falvey, Lor-
raine Murphy, Margaret Moore,
Kathleen Moody, Doris Oliver, Billy
Ceier, and Patricia Cisler looking
over glossy prints in the meeting
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Lorraine, Billy and Margaret com-
bining efforts and talents for the
final layout. Room 205 was the
scene of many headaches, laughs
and "Headaches"-played by B.C.
Barbara Lichtenberg is the Art
editor of The Mount and the cre-
ator of "the Prospector."
Who's snapping whose picture?
John Smurda battles one out with
ye photo ed, Lorraine. Result-
someone else snapped them.
Standard Auto Body Co.
Miss Marie Ceier
Santa Monica Engraving Co.
Mrs. Mary Ellen Thompson
Miss Marguerite Ceier
Mr. and Mrs. C. Carroll Cody
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Michel
Mr. Marion B. Borchard
Mr. and Mrs. John Geier
St. .loseph's Academy, Prescott, Arizona
Misses E. and D. Falvey
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Oliver
Mrs. William Daly
Mrs. Catherine Moody
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Martin
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Gegg
Mr. E. E. Wekall
Mother's Guild of Mt. St. Mary's College
Miss Mary Elizabeth Pansini
Misses Ann Landry and Doris Uliver
Kappa Delta Chi Sorority
Tau Alpha Zeta Sorority
Miss Jeannette M. Powers
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Webb
Mr. and Mrs. William Marker
Mrs. Anita Sexton, 6'The Galley", Balboa, California
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spain
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