Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1948

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The fleur de lis of France at the upper right represents the Sisters of St. Joseph of Caron- delet who were established in France in l65O. At the upper center a lily surrounded by thorns stands for Mary, Mother of Sorrows. The seal thus beautifully symbolizes Mount St. Mary's College, founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in the city of the angels. l 2 i '4 3 5 5 Mm W wg W WC- , f 't ', :wwe f X X .. -ww ,,F'. --iss' V . . . Anal now, I follow paths that point to shrines of Alary and her silent spouse. I kneel . . on leaves to pray in whispers-prayers D! t that speak the love I feel. e Mary listens well to words that, then, I could not tell. I - NIARY IIOANN LINDENFELD. '49 ug' fffgpx f vw If X . I ' 9 g f'X yy' 1 Z flyilirf- mg if , l We ' .1 R 3 I I f g b s T W , XW i , , - l X .AI yx l LX ff- . 'L I K iv,"-.- Q -' 'tj 7f-Q" 4 -' K 'SLVR ' 7 -'Z ' fl 'lui , pff!11!'f":' U -9.5, ,X 71 , , S -his f - if Z t ,A x , QI! 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We beg you to be generous in doing your part in renewing the face of the earth by bringing Christ into every sphere of life and by illum- inating the ways of darkness and paganism with the light of Christian principles. Think often of your Alma Mater and the lessons you learned at Mount St. Mary's. Often "lift up your eyes to the hills" where you will derive strength and confidence from God who will be your con- stant guide, your unfailing friend. That God may bless you and that His Blessed Mother may keep you ever in her loving care is my heart- felt prayer for each of you now and through the years. -SISTER ROSE DE LIMA .Mg M, :,4,',,. Q fy: ww .' 1-gf ' -4 V .' -IX 1 f. V 1ww'z?g:wm V mms .W b'f"'Qsf N : 5 A 1 ' X -V " Q V . w ,., .- V- 2 - xef w .xv f , . 5 V VN- 'X f ..e. ww. ' V ' " 'W : V . V -Q. 'fa 4 " 4, - V VN A rg ' Vw M1 W. 7 . X' P -Q' ,K . ' ' - VV: Q , . . N ffgg-H . . + vfaf.,.,, V .. u. , ' .Q 5 j' a , . V ' ,Q ww- 'gs' 'fk f 4 gzip-M - ' V Q 1 -'iff 'MVK .' 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St. Francis ss,ss,i,,s Mary Timothy ,,.. Mary Vivian ,c..s,Classical Languages ,was, Y,,,Y ,s History ..s,,,Biology .,s,,ssssBiology ,.,,s,,,Education ,,,,,,s,,.,sVChemistry ,,,..,.Home Economics cc.....c.s,.c ....cc..,.English ,...,Economics and Sociology ... sss....Latin and Education sY,W,Science and Mathematics s,v....History and Sociology ..cs,sMusic ,nmlibrarian l'l'l elnfi of fAe 361614 t S Q W wwf. ,QQ 1 I 'E Ni-A-V 4, MSL., A' 32 XM Q ' 4 REV. PATRICK ROCHE REV. T. J. McCARTHY Religion ond Philosophy Psychology MSGR. PATRICK DIGNAN REV. THOMAS McNICHOLAS Philosophy Philosophy L 50" Q X cg 5 , REV. JOSEPH A. VAUGHN, S.J. REV. W. McINTOSH, S.J, REV. WALSH MURRAY, S.J. REV. R. GILBERT, C.S.P. Philosophy Economics Religion Religion 497 N 0 N xjf - i f ? 'ff A N -ss, HERBERT GREY JOSEPH W. HULL LOIS MAYER MRS. DeFOREST DAVIS Music Art Mathematics Dramotics Page Scverz f , .. PH N SQ R " QL" "N , W R02 EM ' ,I u-12925 '. 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XA, nj fsfniig H., A left To right: Irene Stehly, Presidenig Ncxnefie Teresi, Secreioryg Doris Schiffileo, Treusurerg Patricia Becker, Vice-Presidenf Pagf' Nina 717 ' ll l'l-C' C ll PO! 241,11 1.11 I' VOICE-ENGLISH Transfer: U. of Hawaii Choral Sodality Drama International Language Z4 fr-1'4'1'u Zecclwr BACTERIOLOGYVCHEMISTRY Kappa Theta Mu: Vice-President Sodolity International Language International Relations Vice President: Junior and Senior Years NFCCS Relief: Regional Chairman Student Handbook: Assistant Editor ? l I QOJPUIIII ZSOIN' llll'l HOME ECGNOMICSENGLISH Transfer: Mt. Mary College Kappa Theta Mu Sodality WAA ASB PPG!! Ml fi0I' WWII Pg 8610 G1 rroff QPPU AAVN' 611 JJ!! SOCIAL WELFARE-ECONOMICS Sodality: Secretary, Prefect Sophomore Year: Secretary International Language SWES Sodality Council Student Council International Relations WAA NFCCS .ICSA SOCIAL WELFARE-ECONOMICS ENGLISH-PHILOSOPHY Sodality Parnassians WAA: Secretary, President Sodality Tau Alpha Zeta International Language: Social Treasurer Chairman SWES VIEW Staff Orchestra Drama Library Club Eusebians Red Cross Student Council Tennis Team Student Body: Social Secretary Gamma Sigma Phi Sorority Resident Student Council MOUNT Staff: Editor g"N slit? QM' vw Sim gfljfflfdo 77f!fll'9Cll'?f ll'y gollllpfa SIINOW GROUP-EDUCATION, HISTORY, ENGLISH-SOCIOLOGY SOCIAL SCIENCES- ENGLISH . PHILOSOPHY Education WAA SWES Education Education Sodality Kappa Delta Chi Sorority: Sodality Gamma Sigma Phi Sorority Secretary International Language Drama WAA Sodality ASB WAA Parnassians MOUNT Staff: Photography W - lb C' Xfylllll 0 oruxiey ENGLISH-SOCIAL SCIENCES Student Body: President Junior Year: President Freshman Year: Treasurer WAA Eusebians SWES VIEW Staff NFCCS NSA JCSA I P 'If I ,f llliqlll' IIIL' UIC Itfl' BACTERIOLOGY-CHEMISTRY Kappa Theta Mu: Treasurer Sodality International Relations International Language Student Handbook: Editor Gamma Sigma Phi Sorority MOUNT Staff: Make-Up U 3 f .1 lllll IQ! 1' BUSINESS-ECONOMICS Sodality International Language ASB VVAA SWES mm. vm, mmf BACTERIOLOGY-CHEMISTRY Kappa Theta Mu Sodality WAA Latin C'ub MOUNT Staff: Advertising lah: ji,5CAel' SOCIAL WELFARE-ECONOMICS Transfer: College of St. Teresa Red Cross SWES Gamma Sigma Phi Sorority International Relations Jlaff GROUP-EDUCATION, HISTORY, ENGLISH Sodality: Secretary, Assistant Prefect, Vice-Prefect Education Tau Alpha Zeta Sorority Freshman Year: President Drama Sodality Council VIEW Staff Press NFCCS: Regional President .ICSA Wa rilefh .ya rveg GROUP-EDUCATION, HISTORY, ENGLISH Education: Treasurer Gamma Sigma Phi: Vice-President International Language Sodality WAA International Relations gigen .Minh GROUP-EDUCATION, HISTORY, ENGLISH Education International Language Sodality Drama Red Cross VIEW Staff WAA MOUNT Staff: Make-Up than-n-..- 5645309 ggzria ,ilammemfrom orfia ,jlaffeu MATH EMATICS-PHILOSOPHY Transfer: Occidental College Kappa Theta Mu Sodality Senior Dance Committee WAA pogerfa JUL IIJOII ENGLISH-Music Parnassians Education: Secretary International Language: Secretary Orchestra Glee Club Sodality MOUNT Staff: Literary MUSIC-THEORY International Language Orchestra String Ensemble Glee Club Sodality l9AyfA5 ajcrgy GROUP-EDUCATION, HISTORY, ENGLISH Education International Language WAA Sodafity ASB Pagc Tlz1'rtv6rz 450 12' ,gmvf yffury Jil unc HISTORY-PHILOSOPHY WAA Eusebians: President Sodality International Language Orchestra Glee Club .SQIIJQII ily ill!! BACTERIOLOGY-NURSING EDUCATION Transfer: Seton Hill, Catholic U. fkhs, Kappa Theta Mu Sodolity 49 Etln., ! gf'f'w11r!u'l1 l ASB WAA J I II 1' K UPC! SOCIAL WELFARE- PSYCHOLOGY Transfer: U.C.L.A. SWES Red Cross Gamma Sigma Phi Sorority MOUNT Staff: Business VXI!!! F911 FQ, 7l!7POAll ll GROUP-EDUCATION, HISTORY ENGLISH Education WAA Sodality International Language ASB 7 6AZllL0lA ,' PIILPIJ ENGLISHAHISTORY Sodality Parnassians Eusebions International Language WAA Red Cross MOUNT Staff: Literary ,sietffpzm GROUP-EDUCATION, HISTORY ENGLISH Student Council Education: President Eusebians Gamma Sigma Phi Sorority: President Junior Year: Secretory Senior Year: Treasurer MOUNT Staff: Art Hlfildhgy :iz morofAy .S2cAmifJf yfljaulegne Sefdfr ljafricia aginifrc SOCIAL WELFARE-ECONOMICS ENGLISH-SOCIAL STUDIES Sodality Tau Alpha Zeta: President SWES WAA Choral Library Club MOUNT Staff: Circulation Transfer: Phoenix College WAA Parnassians Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Sodality SOCIAL WELFARE-ECONOMICS Transfer: San Diego State College Sodality WAA International Language SWES MOUNT Staff: Photography fgafricia Spencdzr Cgrene SfeAl?l Wjaneffe je:-au' SOCIAL WELFARE-ECONOMICS SOCIAL WELFARE-ECONOMICS GROUP-EDUCATION, HISTORY, Student Body: Vice-President Senior Year: President ENGLISH Sodality WAA: Vice-President Education WAA Student Council Eusebians SWES SWES Senior Year: Secretary Eusebians Sodality Gamma Sigma Phi Sorority: Tau Alpha Zeta Sorority: Treasurer President International Relations Resident Student Council: President Red Cross Page Fifteen -:W ilk. l,rl'1hIXfl4Il l s lffurion .jvvrwzy GROUP-EDUCATION, HISTORY, ENGLISH Educalion Club Eusebians Soclalify WAA ASB oc: u re! r L Transfer: Los Angeles Cily MUSIC-SCIENCE College Choral Kappa Theta Mu WAA ASB vm, 14444 HISTORY-PHILOSOPHY SWES Eusebians: Vice-President Choral Drama Education Wllflfgafef SOCIAL WELFARE-SPANISH Sodolify: Treasurer WAA SWES: Vice-Presidenf, Presidenl Tau Alpha Zeta: Vice-Presldeni Eusebians International Language VIEW Slaff Drama Lafln Club n izwrl M4 MTA SOCIAL WELFARE-ECONOMICS Sodality WAA SWES Eusebians Tau Alpha Zela Sorority Red Cross 1 farmed n Muiew Juniors... Sophomores . .. Freshmen .. fllifl' EIA'QlIff'l'II 4295 ei wwe w"'W'm. 5 f ,K 5-,sen-fs. P t w Dolores Bowler Doris Shuclc, Estela Rivera, TOP PICTURE, left to right: Maryann Lu, Madeline e fro , , Natalie Rohe, Beatrice Long, Kay Williams, Olga Stadthagen, Estelle Zehngebot, Joan Terpening, Mary Smith, Jean Hanna. BOTTOM PICTURE, left to right: Joanne lindenfeld, Muriel Rheaume, Arlene Brady, Francis Mealey, ' " ML ne, Carol Sebastian, Patricia Spain, Mary Dolores Patricia Rlesner, Patricia Campbell, Peggy c oo Buckley, Catherine Hogan, Ellen Garecht, Mildred Lerch, Kathleen Regan. ' by Left to right: Gloria Hayes, Mary Cummings, Clara Wong, Barbara Heavrin, Left to right: Barbara Gunning, Lois O'Connell, Natalie Rohe, Marjorie Pauline Chang, Marguerite Biggs, Mary Francis Sargent, Mei Lee, Mary O'Hanlon, Marillyn Wetzel, Doris Shuck, Adelaide Spuhler. Elizabeth Gerken, Mary Beth Baca, Mary Jensch, Wanda Mankiewicz. unior , . 0 Hurly burly activity-packed year. . . Tia-U . . . volley- ball skirmishes . . . exams . .. Christmas Party . . . Tri- Sorority Dance . . . again exams . . . junior thespians orating in "As You Like It" . . . class spirit zooming with arrival of white and blue rooter caps. . . rollicking Mardi Gras . . . basketball cheers and enthusiasm . . . Miramar Hotel . . . junior-senior prom . . . soft music and contented murmurings . . iunior book - 1947-48 closed . Marillyn Wetzel, President Murielle Rheaume, Secretary Dolores Bowler, Treasurer Ellen Garecht, Vice-President Page .N'iirzetevrz ...g CSZIOAOHQOPQ5 . . . fw' xg Of iccrd S Molly Flanagan, Treasurer Louise Powers, Secretary Marianne De Coursey, Vice-President Mary Krug, President Initiation . . . ferocious sophs . . . green and gold, class colors . . . volleyball winners, second place . . . October . . . goblins and witches . . . Halloween social . . . November . . . turkey and cranberries . . Continental Informal . . . holidays. . . I9-48 . . .exams . . . sophs' Mardi Gras . . . Lenten season . . . St. Patrick's celebration . . . Interracial Week . . . Easter holidays . . . VIEW carnival . . . April Showers Dance . . Nite at the Mount. . .exams . . . May 30. . FIRST ROW, left to right: Marianne DeCoursey, Alice Maclntosh, Evonne Hill, Louise Powers. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Bumb, Lillian Lu, Betty Jean Elmore, Eleanor Roberts, Mary Alice Ott. THIRD ROW: Mary Jane Orr, Dorothy DeVargas, Pat Johnson, Lois Little, Joan Storkan, Kathy O'DonnelI. JS: A '- - - FIRST ROW, left to right: Kay Mackin, Yvonne Mazy, Barbara O'CaIIaghan, Mary Ellen Likins, Gloria Putman. SECOND ROW: Joann Musemeci, Gloria Padilla, Maryann Munneman, Erica Orth, Maryann Becker. THIRD ROW: Nancy Parnin, Mary O'Brien, Alice Kraemer, Betsy Knieriem, Genevieve DeGrood. p-4 WW-l K H -, , . 1-J? , I i l M 4 I t ww "-.fd TOP PICTURE FIRST ROW: Molly Flanagan, Nancy Parnin, Carol Gallagher. SECOND ROW: Mary Krug, Carolyn Washburn, Genevieve Weeger, Betsy Sullivan, Frances Hills, Barbara Barnes. THIRD ROW: Joella Harcleman, Georgia Philbin, Ruth Kuntz, Jean Kingston, Erica Orth. LOWER PICTURE FIRST ROW: Connie Rodee, Fay Brown, Mary Nadeau. SECOND ROW: Betty O'Brien, Ramona Rodriguez, Dylia Aragon, Charlotte Aguiar, Eleanor Eagan, Claire Maddox. THIRD ROW: Suzanne Lees, Jean Russe , a y II M r Lou Cassidy, Pat Murphy, Bits Rodee. f Page Twenty-0 ne .,,, ., i M .,:- ,pf 5 vmwwVWwMmm ,. X I V .,,T .1 ,,, .... 1-w...w,.,,.,QwqNQmN..WNM-M:Q-,,.W.,,mNw W V - N Ayeww , V vb, , V :M . :W.,,, , me QQ-.-l..,... 4 ' " if F ' , i N' """"".i'eanf . W"'1T""'Q'T"""W'ew- mmw,,M,,, L X Mm-:..:....e,. Q W M , :W-N-W-M - i'Nwu-,.., G K 'i , "'vg fixx Q 455 -f : 1 Q-I W""Irww.-Nm.,Q, Q- Q I: , -fi 1-xl ' 0 ,E Q 4. ' 3, .. W e "H V1 ' ---N. ,Hur I y,..,.,W , g qu., .,...,,. ' ---W , . , 'uxmnpg - 'X' - ,H I gg . , ,A,,..,,,,,M5n M 1 , , 6 ,M ,, .wwmwmmwhvqwqmmr K ,..,,,,w Us if in Q Y K ' N i- , Z , .lg 2 ,X , i """m'fwm 4 f K. aKS,fex ' iv 'U QS' In V .ig ' wW"W'Nwnwwmmmnw -mt-w,,.,,, "J ' 4 ' ., .. eu . y M' I N ' 2 -f Mya-'. 1 i .-.. .V .-.M , V -I-vm ,,,v.x ,x 'fav-s-menu: ire-meme nf' 1 ,ww-,eww-.,,,4 X ., x J N, .k,1 , ..i, A K ' f ,V A mmf-N, '-1 'V Meena. 'TRN "HaawwbimeyQw.,,H A-wqwmze, X e f iige el 'we R fax' Y, ,W ,H ..m -5. W g , ,vi FIRST ROW, left to right: JoAnne Larkin, Shirley Zerliie, Mary Lou Hart. SECOND ROW: Angela McDonald, Dorothy Tobin, Diane Terpening. THIRD ROW: Sheila McCarthy, Lupita Bernstein, Barbara Dugan. FOURTH ROW: Helen Izandy, Lois Kurt, Teresa Falvey, Pat Cummings. 1.3 f , ew FIRST ROW, left to right: Margaret Delovigne, Mary Janney, Helene Knapp, June McLaren. SECOND ROW: Huguette Hery, Mary lou Bowes, Mary Jean Hoxmeier, Gloria Mankiewicz, Emily Doll. THIRD ROW: Roberta Korte, Regina Brown, Dorothy Shevlin, Catherine Schulz. FOURTH ROW: Joan McNulty, Mary Ann Palermo, Lavonio Robinson, Cecelia Walker, Eleanor Slcowron. FIRST ROW, Iett to right: Joann McGarty, Mary Ann Cunningham, Joanne Harper. UM :WW YWNWZ,.nfwy 4 , i W' I ,, IHWWMW M Vnmq w pnqngga Palgr TIL wifi'-Iii 'fi .ywffwll SECOND ROW: Kathleen O'Rourke, Aurora Ma- gallon, Corinne Cunningham, Catherine Dough- erty. THIRD FOW: Janie Donnelly, Rosemary Stewart, Mary Jane McCaffrey, Lupe Duran. FOURTH ROW: Mary Lou O'Connor, Pat French, Kathleen O'Connor. FIFTH ROW: Sue Blatz, Rosemary Schuler, Kath- ryn Ashe, Jeanne Crouch. '-sw--W c : ,.A. , AN?- si Q 5973995 X X wfih A 3 If ,V- , , FIRST ROW, left to right: Mary Margaret Schaefer, Stella Santa Cruz, Joyce Pinnock. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Mullins, Dolores Rashford, Joan Carroll. THIRD ROW: Geraldine Biggs, Frances Carretta, Mary Lou Jandro, Mary Ellen Gray. FOURTH ROW: Jackie Rogers, Camilla Lombardo, Maria Martinez, Mary Ann Gottschalk. gfeifklflflell me-v-wanna 7 , .WMM-cw .T-M- ,, ,,-,W,,.,,,,, ,,,.f,W "' 'f"f ' ' 5 I W " r , "'c"h":'zm vfm, :o...,,?,,,, ,W W --.S WN. V A ' ' ' ' ., . rf-w+.,,,,,.,,,,, ,A M , fwmmf- .. , , ,-s.,...-...-....,w-,qv--s-my-ws V W' A L , -www ,sf -In 4 st . , ' J, .,,. .,,, . ., . .. ., ,, ZW... 'QV ' ,Y I X ' 551-Q1 , -w,,ww,--Ms ,zw,, . FIRST ROW, left to right: Mary Jean Burns, Mary Kay Thompson, Marie Rountree. SECOND ROW: Aloha Friedenthal, Rosemarie Bachand, Delores Welgoss. THIRD ROW: Joan Herold, Doris Bursk, Eloise Martinez. FOURTH ROW: Theresa Van Horn, Mary Eleanor Smith, Joan Russell. O O 0 0 Registration Day - class card, course card, study card, personnel card . . . Elections-Initiation-name plates, green balloon, lolli- pop, freshman play. . . Get-acquainted party 4 handshaking, dances, names . . . Mid-semesters . . . Plaid-platter Party - plaid, plaid, plaid, . . . Retreat, Father Murray . . . Christmas Party - long gowns, fresh- man servers, carols . . . St. Patrick's Day - green, iigs, movie, songs . . . Boarders' Pan-American Party - freshmen servers, South American flags, dances . . . Mother's Guild Tea - freshmen helpers . . . Tea for High School Seniors . . . Exams. Ofzfem BACK ROW, left to right: President, Shirley Zerkiep Vice-Presidents, Pat Fahey and Sue Blatz. FRONT ROW: Secretary, Kathleen O'Rourke: Treas- urer, Mary Jane McCaffrey. -.JJ Adociafecl .S?uc!enf5 of Wounf Wargji Cofkge ,av K I' Nr ' l 1 'DM x 5 li . X:-'rv STUDENT BODY OFFICERS, seated, left to right: Pairicic Spencler, Vice-President Regina De Coursey, President. Sicnding: Alice Kruemer, Treusurerp Mariorie O'Hanlon, Secretary. mea, QQLW, SEATED: Marillyn Weizel, Marjorie O'Hanlon, Regina DeCoursey, Gloria Padilla. STANDING: Marianne DeCoursey, Alice Kraemer, Mary Janney, Gene- vieve Weeger. if 31.5551 Umm., LEFT TO RIGHT: Dolores Bowler, Poe friciu Becker, Regina DeCoursey, Ann Hall, Pearl Bufier, Betsy Sullivan. Page Twenty-five mriiclenf .giuclenf Counci X 3. , .- .s NU ' WMS "L We 5 Q W Sf Meswf. if 4 Q, TOP TO BOTTOM: Barbara Galen, Sue Blatz, Marianne DeCoursey, Molly Flannigan, Ellen Garecht, Lois O'Connell, Irene Slehly, Regina DeCoursey, Patricia Spencler. The resident student council, one of the major organizations on campus, was formed this year to promote better and closer cooper- ation among resident students, it aims to develop a high degree of responsibility in self- government, to strengthen realtions between faculty and students, to provide a body of students authorized to express reliable and adequate opinions in matters of general col- lege interest, and to carry out the many obliga- tions of living on campus. The group supervises telephone duty, hall duty, social night, and helps in general to solve various problems which may arise. The council, made up ofa president and two representatives from each class, makes and enforces the rules with faculty approval. Through a monthly meeting with the entire resident group, it receives suggestions, reviews rules, and discusses and solves resident student problems. .gyocla if? of Quin a y K, 1 5 V 4 w l 4 7 i s Y A-yfwy A 7 . "Z, fixxw ph - new SODALITY OFFICERS: left io right-Morillyn Wetzel, Treasurer: Pearl Butler, Prefecfp Marguerite Biggs, Vice-Prefech Ann Hull, Sodoliiy Union Prefecfg Mary Dolores Buckley, Secrefory. .xgfl 90.511111 er Wa ria Ill The whole spirit and purpose of Catholic education is summed up in two words-student Sodalists. And that is exactly what one finds at Mt. St. Mary's-an association of student Sodalists intent on fulfilling the aims of their beloved Sodality. They realize that they are being trained to lead full apostolic lives, to provide the Church with outstanding Catholics, and to people the world with leaders who know and defend their faith. Every branch of learning at the Mount finds itself influenced in some way by the Sodality. In the fields of art, education, science, English, music-Sodalists are always present, permeating each task with their ardent love for the Blessed Mother. With this devotion deep- rooted in the student body, many proiects have been successfully completed -the European Relief Fund, Book Week, the making of altar linens, the distribution of Catholic literature throughout the student body, the spiritual exercises - all these and many more evidence the potential power of energetic Sodalists and point toward their future efforts to "restore all things in Christ" --through Mary. Soda fifty gouncif Xa ,li 3 , r f Q X L...... Ann Hall, Regional President, National Federation of Catholic College Students. 60111 HI iffee ,Nea JJ SEATED left to right: Ann Hall, Pearl Butier, Marguerite Biggs. STANDING, left to right: Gloria Hammerstrom, Mary Dolores Buckley Betty STANDING, left to right: Mary Dolores Buckley, Lois Kurt, Dolores Bowler, Ann Knock, Annette Wahoff, Marguerite Biggs, Geraldine Biggs Marlllyn Gloria Putnam, Betsy Sullivan, Gera'dine Biggs, Marney Connelly, Marillyn Wetzel, Mary Krug. Wetzel KNEELING, left to right: Pearl Butier, Dolores Bowler, Ann Hall Paxgr 7'li'4'7If'1'-ITQIII amen 35 .Afkgfic Q. Q. Q 2. Q TT Q 3 ,,W,..m,-- . ,....,,.,,........... ' A M. :MS .QW I 'WWKJ W3 5 ii li -we-mr fi W W, ,Q 5 6 3 X fggfx F . 'fx 3 5511? 4 Q4 11 'gli -gy e f -we 1 NV -2:11, lf 'Af Q , we ,N 55 L' A V, SHQQWM. W.A.A. OFFICERS, lefl to right: Mary Ellen Likins, Treasurer: Mary Carroll, President Irene Stehly, Vice-President Barbara O'CczlIcughcm, Seirefury. Pagf' Tzuu111'j'-lzim' Nm Wm PATRICIA PEARL Archery YJUAM4 Actlvltles volleyball, basketball, archery, tencmg bowlunq ping pong sknng tennls Inter-class contests . . Inter collegiate games Redlands Occidental . . . Loyola . . .Pepperdme Sport dance, Plaid Platter Party Fleld Day . . . Prizes . . trophies loads of Helen Connelly Pat Borcl-:ard Mary Carroll This is the way it's done Madeline Sellers 'l ff Kcufeelgaf my ,A 'P-1 P., ,M ' .NF Y , , any lllw' ..!4I'CA UF? FQ? Q' Frank Shields, Helen Connelly, Pct Borchcxrd, Frank Felirope .sylfiing ii fi' M.. S ew ,VW WXQYVTW N rf HM My x ,fl Q AMS I 'c 'v I 7"r' P, , JJ , 4,-l : 'f. ar, 'El VY' ttf fr If uvvfg. iww We B ,,,,..-.,,....f ws -.h Q. ,as .13 h Q 1 .-, Q ' S K X we Mx if' 'Url .L N V .-: ,ig -,A . V' if as ,. Q, X Q ,ik V. X .. t 1.7 +12-... Q wif -Q. ffm -84 EM fgc Om EUSEBIANS PRESS I ORCHESTRA GLEE ff pd, 3 A C, ' V fling sb? M XA L v- In KAPPA PARNASSIANS 0 THETA r Mu 0 to l"g6ll'llZ6l cond MS EDUCATION GAMMA I SIGMA MC PHI 4 KAPPA swss DELTA CHI ' TAU A RED c:Ross ALPHA JZRW ZETA Q 1:53. ff' P I C 10 o n 19+ I' K 1 LIPAYR .xv-J S2 , Q s cm, -: iii' R ef gg s J 'J 'N -,:, J, -. .,w,1::,Q:,., , Q'-v:.Xse' R J ,f ' Y , gig 1 F f f ., ' ,ky Gf'EFE?s. :QM . ' fs ,Q 4' ' 1 4.53 V' gf J V I 3 J 'U X X 44" X fer 3 as: 4- 9 ,Jw Q 3 'WT AK? J 5 ' s Q li if a, . BACK ROW, left to right: Genevieve Weeger, Carol Gallagher, Jean Hanna, Carolyn Washburn, Eleanor Roberts, Adelaide Spuhler, Marianne DeCoursey, Mary Yurlch, Pat Campbell. FRONT ROW, left to right: Shirley Zerkie, Peggy McLoone, Rita Fischer, Joyce Gisler, Pat Riesner, Mary Frances Sargent, Joanne McGariy, Huguette Hery. W G! 6056 Pugf' Tllirtiy-full: ,ff Qf icera Peggy McLoone, President Mary Yurich, Vice-President Pat Campbell, Secretary Mary Frances Sargent, Treasurer wiv, le' sw frmggsjl' 'Mwf.:sax-is.. Yfyasyifvgffygrxv gvgvwpv wf -g:.,.e:,faf'-m-, KW We A !fN 'W':7 f W 5 My ,, ,. .. , ,,,.c,.,,:. - f Z, , V , A . 5"""""1 1,1:',,Hf22T,s2y,5':2' ' fm 2 if ' ' W , I 7, f W Z 2 'Q x V.. 1 ,W if ,g i.. xx 1, CAMP AND HOSPITAL CHAIRMEN: Jean FUND DRIVE CHAIRMAN: Eleanor Roberts. FUND DRIVE COMMITTEE, Sianding: Hanna, Rita Fischer, Bernice Long. Huguette Hery, Pat Campbell, Pot Riesner. SEATED: Shirley Zerkie, Rita Fischer, Eleanor Roberts, Mary Connolly. Mount unit organized November, 1943 . . . Sister Marguerite- unit advisor . . . Christmas project, dressing dolls for underprivileged . . . membership campaign . . . blood donor program . . . Sawtelle and Birmingham Hospitals . . . corps chairmen: Eleanor Roberts, Bernice Long, Rita Fischer, Jean Hanna, Marianne DeCoursey, and Carolyn Washburn . . . general chairman: Peggy McLoone . . . mc! Crow .szffkmenf cfiuify - anoga ,gall QV' time B 1 - is 'AM 'NX Q ' GQ 4 1 T Q .ongfi Y' -'AQ 'S Q.. N ix 'SS ss-A If Q, s ,sy .5 s " " -riffs ' 1? . - - 3 Q -Vi P lirvu' X A , 6 ' , P f, Q 1 ts , is 4: I sf ' 'Q 'fi 5 ., Ri sf sf q V " wiki Jr! lx K 'fs Rs 0 s y : 1 .1 5 f r Q is , 4 E . i A' Q? We vw? WW' -1 YH is if ,SQA QQ nies f f ,r ,- C . x"""-'rs ' . wx l 15 5772? ' S V N F 's'.fF" 'Q 'WY Q: ' V ,f , - s me ' 1 i q.,,, W1 -wt . I as X '- ' 'J' I" 9 wi --ss is' if is .xk. N Q 1 f' 'i f m 2,fW'ff'?' 5 ,355 it N 25, H i R s --2 :si - fe . Q W- if N 5 M t' .. M was ' S - ci i. Q . .. ,,., 4 Q .... Q MM fi Y' xw X A X Q . X FRONT ROW, left to right: Pauline Chang, Clara Wong, Lavonia Robinson, Maria Martinez, Mary Margaret Schaeffer, Geraldine Biggs, Marguerite Biggs. SECOND ROW: Mary lou Jandro, Julia Horomoto, Pat Riesner, Mary Elizabeth Gerken, Marie Carol Aguiar, Mary Janney, Pat Spain, Mary Dolores Buckley, Ruth Kuntz, Carol Sebastian, Pat Cummings, Joella Hardeman, Jean Russell, Lois Kurt. Cgnfernafionaf language Composed of interested language students . . . campus meetings . . . picnics . . . dramatic and musical programs . . .to develop facility in foreign languages . . . coop meetings with Loyola U . . Margie Biggs: president . nga' T llflfy-.xix OFFICERS: Marguerite Biggs, President, Dr. Essenberg, Faculty Advisor, Murielle Rl1eaume, Vice-President, Mary Dolores Buckley, Secre- tary-Treasurer. C544 fi Nhciilyliwn "l BACK ROW, left to right: Winifred Yurich, Pat Spencler, Mary Carroll, Mary Frances Sargent, Shirley Connolly. MIDDLE ROW: Mary Jane McGrath, Mary Dolores Buckley, Lois O'ConneIl, Bernice Long, Carol Gallagher, Genevieve Weeger, Regina DeCour- sey, Mary Webb. FRONT ROW: Mary Yurich, Peggy Wylie, Betty Peulrert. udegiand Upper division historians . . . operation of coffee bar, daily 9 to 11 .. . feeding European young ones . . . donation of history volumes to library . . . president-Mary McGrath . vice-president- Mary Webb . . . secretary - Nat Rohe . . . treasurer - Carol Gallagher . . Page Th irty-save n FRONT ROW, left to right: Willa May Dowd Patricia Becker louise Powers Marlllyn Wetzel SECOND ROW: Dolores Bowler Virginia Debley Gloria Putnam Mary OBrien Barbara Gunning Alice Kraemer THIRD ROW: Pat Spain, Kathleen Regan Gloria Hammerstrom BACK ROW: Mei Lee, Jackie Fletcher Carol Sebastian Ellen Garecht Mary Frances Sargent Wanda Manluewlcz Estelle Zehngebot, Patricia Campbell Mildred Lerch CL Cl, Science Club . . . electrons- students of biological sciences, chemistry, home economics, mathe- matics, nursing . . . nucleus-four officers of respective scientific fields . . . charge--programs of scientific interest . . . physical change-trip to Palm Springs desert . . Pflgf' Tllflifbl'-l'I.-gllf 32 si' X .. vig ,.l, L, .Am . -, M. N.-At .. 0 ew' We game ,.WM c LW, sw i , cy' sf, I I ss 'X 55 7 ve: fan-1 1, Q ,s it aw- -. W 5: , . ,,,. df-R E, J, g. -.. 46,5 A - d.e",,fX.k ,- s , Q, , ef fi 3- Q g, sis" W ga F , Z?3??i ,, 5 ,--.,. , W 7 si W ,ees 1' 'Q 4 l is 'QCVV ff, 4, if Q., 2 , f 1 wif - if H , .. 4 Xfire f if S Q3 1, ei Q FIRST ROW, left to right: Clara Wong, Dolores Bowler, Gertrude Buckland, Dr. Joseph A. Pollia, Barbara Gunning, Mei Lee. SECOND ROW: Estelle Zehngebot, Virginia Debley, Willa May Dowd, Patricia Spain, Pauline Chang. THIRD ROW: Kathleen Regan, Patricia Becker, Catherine Hogan, Jacqueline Fletcher, Mildred Lerch, Jean Hanna, Ellen Garecht, Wanda Manlxiewicz, Margo McKee. FOURTH ROW: Sister Gertrude Joseph, Sister Mary Gerald, Sister Mary Ida, Sister Alice Marie, Sister Mary Marguerite. Feeding the animals ,,.4-wf.efsys.,.,.,,c . , a n C e r e :S e a r C to eww? ,,,M , First training school tor cancer research techni- 'J cians . . . caring tor animals . . . experimentation J e f fwl with oils, vitamins, etc .... sponsored by Boyer . g,,,.',, u , Foundation . . . trustees ot foundation-Victor 'i f,W,,l,Z, fill Q ri? 'lgdizjfjfi 1 ,Wifi for ' i f Q, ' f 1 iff' ' i Qi 57' L' !A 17641211 f' 1 Hi ' M 4 e tw fn, A 1 i rg , ff fa 1 Rossettn, Max Felix, Joseph A. Pollua . . . new meth- ods . . . new ideas . . . careful study . . . long hours g ,,:e ff' ot practice . . . hugh hopes. , -' V' ' , , Recording the growth of tumors The final analysis of results ,y few-e -Mm m-.f.s..-mu..-.-.,w. ..-. . ...W ,M fl , f , Ss! SYQZYNVJS 'iii ini N' X" X Q K J e W , .: . W t iw 4,1 c Qt. 5 sm X N N "x"ts'NtNfX" xg iU,Z2 rv XYW M we X X t ' 3. xx IDCQQWIQQU 'fn . ,, 1 ' .si sex" in sis ,ge Wise : ss, if y F 32 x xfk se , fa S wi '-sf s fre ta-. wg: fs -ff '- .iii 'x 'fx 95" ,M Q, xg xg' FRONT ROW, left to right: Kay Maclcin, Frances Formaneck, Mary Eleanor FRONT ROW, left to right: Joann Lindenfeld, Lois O'ConnelI Ann Hall Smith, Katherine Edwards. Betsy Knieriem. BACK ROW: Mary O'Brien, Joan Carroll, Elizabeth Bumb, Eleanor Eagan. MIDDLE ROW: Regina DeC0U"5eY1 D0l0"e5 Bowler, MUVY -lensch Page' Forty BACK ROW: Mary Krug, Alice Kraemer, Genevieve Weeger fm CLA Channels journalistic thought . . . unites college scribes . . . in- augurated first Intercollegiate Press Forum . . . promotes understanding between Catholic colleges . . . meeting discussions . . . sponsors View birthday carnival . . . March member reception . . . pins received: Kay Mackin, Catherine Edwards, Eleanor Eagan, Mary Eleanor Smith, Eliza- beth Bumb, Joan Carroll, Kathleen O'Rourke, Rita Custado, Marianne DeCoursey, Marilyn Yee, Anna Wong, Gloria Putman, Mary Alice Connors, Mary Claire O'Brien and Frances Formaneck . . . president: Lois O'Connell, vice-president: Mary Joan Lindenfeld, treasurer: Cathy Edwards . Le CM FIRST ROW, left to right: Jackie Stetler, Geraldine Biggs, Marguerite Biggs, Laurel Wilcox, Marie Carol Aguiar, SECOND ROW: Charlotte Aguiar, Catherine Ford, Tlweressa Van Horn, Ramona Rodriguez, Lois Kurt, Joon Russell, Jeanne Kingston, Frances Carretta, Mary lou Jundro, Mr. Will Garroway, Director. THIRD ROW: Mary McGrath, Genevieve DeGrood, Elaine Mena, Jackie Rogers, Mary Jensch, Fay Brown. UMA ea im FIRST ROW, left to right: Gloria Hayes, Mary Cummings, Roberta Johnson, Portia Hayes. SECOND ROW: Mary McGrath, Doris Schuclr, Mr. Herbert Gray, Director, Pat Cummings, Joella Hardeman. Page Fort-'y-one -'iw X gr S 'tk t g VS? W' CLOCKWISEQ Murielle Rheaume, Marney Conne'ly, Shirley Connolly, Barbara STANDING, left to right: Moribeth Harvey, Peggy Meehan, Valetta Brennen Heavren, Eileen Hunke, Doris Schiftilea, Joyce Gisler, Marillyn Wetzel, Mary Ncinette Teresi, Anita Castaldo, Mary Eleanor Smith. Jsnschf Be""fe long' PhY"'5 K"bYf Joann L"1de"l9ld- KNEELINGZ Kay Williams, Mufiofie o'H1n!0n Ann Hall, Mary Webb virginia Benedetto. giclucafion Founded 1946 under sponsorship of Sister Hortensia and Mrs. Dora Reese . . . thorough knowledge and constant application of Chris- tian ideals in education . . . motto-Deus llliuminatio Mea . . . hornbook symbol . constitution composed . . . pins adopted . . . C.S.T.A. Conference audited . . featured speakers . . P11lgr'1"u1f,t-lii'11 fu! Omen, Valetta Brennen, Secretary Maribeth Harvey, Treasurer Joann Lindenfeld, Vice-President Doris Schiffilea, President 2 X 4 f ,S A fx, .42 S .7 5 il if YQXLF 535 :IGH y w Riff ,F 1 aim 'N , 'ii 4 is-as Us 7 nsvxuunma sovnsnxxa nwnruqnan unsxgsfgg rnuuinan SEATED, left to right: Lois O'Connell, Betty Peulcert, Regina DeCoursey, Barbara Heavren, Madeline Sellers. STANDING: Mary Krug, Elizabeth Bumb, Adelaide Spuhler, Bernice Long, Marney Connelly, Gerry Cassutt. arnafidianri English club . . . contemporary literature . . . Huntington Library . . . meetings and teas . . . afternoons in browsing room . . . criticizes original writing . . .emphasis on T. S. Eliot. . . Alice Meynell . . . Alfred Noyes . . . Robert Frost . . . C. S. Lewis Alternating Chairmen . . integrates iournalists and creative writers . . . elections . . . closing tea . . . Pflgl' FL7I'f,l'fl1I'L'C FRONT ROW, left to right: Molly Flannigon, Dylio Aragon, Gloria Padilla, Alice Maclntosh, Rito Cuslodo, Mary Alice Connors, Eleanor Roberts, Joann Musumeci, Carol Gallagher, Emily Doll, TOP ROW: Marianne De Coursey, Mary Ann Pa'ermo, Catherine Schultz, Joella Hordeman, Betty Jean Elmore, Kathy O'Donnell, Jackie O'Brien, Patricia Johnson. Q 4 V hw W' Ofzfens I fj Gloria Padilla, Treasurer Peggy, Wylie, President 4n - .,.....f,,c'n.,1,e-.fel Kathy O'Donnell, Secretory Adelaide Spuhler, Vice-President Vickie Yurich Chairman of Committees 5 he gin!! friln fo OrpAanage .gnfen-aria! meg 'Mala QZBJ War October, 1947 . . . departments ot social welfare, economics, sociology . . . stimulates interest in current social, economic and cultural conditions . . V committees-settlement: June Reed and Rick Fischer . . . international rela- tions: Peggy Wylie . . . interracial: Marianne De Coursey . . . atomic implications: Ellen Garecht . . . social and Catholic Action . . . Canoga Park girl scout troop . . . Easter egg hunt . . . Christmas party . . . interracial week . . . movies . . . participation in Pacific Intercollegi- ate Council and Southwest Regional Confer- ence of U.N. . . 5' effgmenf ans! infer-racial! acfiulfiej Si ...JH 4' f""N em ri.-s -.args - . 5 . 'WQZLRX . fi' . ' J 5 W J' --.f rw ' it .sg .Sw Men ,f B QSM, - . 1 ff ., ,. , , 'Ugg gs -any gnxgg - " figs! ' zvqifss , TY ,E n .-'19 - gs... -fi s New - . W. J , J f se E r Y if 1 . C E f s ' .. .. f it" , .Anglia A " ' ' . it 3 -2' tx ,k , .qv Q 95" Sf 5 HX xx X 4 1' gi X 3 Q A s sts. as Cf x X, S ' S 'Q X, , ge ,5 " is ,. ,, X , l , .,0.-A- W , - - -K g N 5, . -i 3? gm 4 ..,,.' Q , Q ,L ,..,, was -"Q imma AS- Y? ""'v FRONT ROW, left to right: Marney Connelly, Rita Fischer, Nanette Teresi, Jackie Fletcher, Maribeth Harvey, Doris Schiffilea. SECOND ROW: Adelaide Spuhler, Mary Margaret Schaefer, June Reed, Murielle Rheaume, Mary Beth Baca, Mary Connolly, Eloise Martinez Roseann Bouchand, Joann Lindenfeld, Mary Elizabeth Gerlxen. THlRD ROW: Eleanor Roberts, Doris Schuck, Kathleen Regan, Mary Dolores Buckley, Bernice Long, Mary Janney, Joann Musumeci, Joyce Pinnoclr amma igma iglri Sororify Ofim, Scholastic sorority . . . founded May 22, 1930, with the Doris 5fhiffi'e9. President help and guidance of Sister Mary Dolorosa . . . reverence and gQii:f,iege,,e,a,y love of God . . . patriotism . . . loyalty . . . cooperation . . . Mwibvh Hfffvevf Vice-Pffsiden' athletics . . . scholarship . . . culture . . . friendship . . . ' g sincerity . . . social service work . . . support of Red Cross and L welfare agencies . . . rush tea . . . carousel party . . . formal pledge dinner . . . formal presentation dance at Cocoanut Grove . . . pledge party for active members . . . hell weekend in the mountains . . . acceptance dinner . . . initiation of new members . . . presentation of pins . . . Gamma Seniors enjoy a gay evening at the Grove 'Lu sv ,g,nv' lui fl ...... FRONT ROW: left to right: Elyse Baxter, Frances Hills, Lois O'Connell, Shirley Connolly. SECOND ROW: Joyce Devine, Nancy Parnin, Pat Fahey, Madeline Sellers, Pat Reno. JQIIQPQ mega Sororify Began 1929 . . . to develop and maintain high standard of truth . . . establish firm relationship between students and alumnae . . . rushing . . . formal presentation . . . formal teas . . . Christmas party . . . spring formal . . . alumnae fetes . . . weekend iaunts . . . fashion show and bridge tea for charity . . . president: Lois O'Connell . . . vice-president: Elyse Baxter . . . secretary: Deedee Hills . . . treasurer: Shirley Connolly . . Kappa pledges at their presentation ix ...iw ,X -. , Nt ,,,, sf.M -.bv . 3, ,, 'tllwgi 153 X x i Y 1 A wfsfsmg, ,wfq Ofpmt Lois O'Connell, President Elyse Baxter, Vice-President Frances Hills, Secretary Shirley Connolly, Treasurer l FIRST ROW Peggy Wylie Mary Carroll Ann Hall Pat Rresner Lois Little Betsy Knrerrem, Dorothy Schmidt. SECOND ROW Sheila McCarthy Shirley Zerkle Genevieve DeGrood Peggy McLoone Pat Campbell, Mary Cummings, Mary Krug, Elizabeth THIRD ROW Barbara OCaIlaghan Wmifred Yurrch Carol Gallagher Louise Powers Ginny Langdon, Barbara Heavrin. FOURTH ROW Suzan Blatz Mary Ellen lrkens Rose Marie Stuart Marian Jertberg Rosemary Schuler, Joanne Harper, Kathleen O'Donnell. FIFTH ROW Joanne McNulty Helen Karlzoles Jane Donnelly Pat Spencler Kathleen ORourlce, Joann McGarty, Betsy Sullivan, Kay Williams. au .14 I0 a Zfa Sororif Founded 1929 . . . to promote the spirit of fraternity and fidelity in Mount educa- tional, cultural, and social activities . . . rush teas . . .circus party. . .formal pledge dinner . . . formal presentation . . . accept- ance dinner . . . hayride . . . Mother's Day Breakfast . . . Cotton Cord Party . . . Senior Farewell . . lguggcafiond Wann! - A I My 'Mew - Meek., N P F, 7 .xglanclgoolf - YeorlySh IG de R ,gnfernoa Q ly L y P bl 3 Q I9 Wounf if Editor-in-Chief Business Manager . Advertising Manager Circulation Manager Class Representatives Make-Up Editors . . Literary Editor Photography . Art . Faculty Advisers . . Gerry Cassutt June Reed Willa May Dowd Dorothy Schmidt Marjorie O'Hanlon Marianne DeCoursey Marion Jertberg Eileen Hunke Jackie Fletcher Betty Puekert Roberta Johnson Patricia Smith Shirley Connolly Madeline Pettrow Doris Schiffilea Azilda Charbonneau Lois Little Rosemary Stewart Sister Mary Patricia Mr. Robert Garrick Ze Mew .Siu Editor: Mary Joann Lindenfeld Associate Editor: Betsy Knieriem News Editor: Mary Krug Departmental Editor: Kay Mackin Feature Editor: Eleanor Eagan Sports Editor: Mary Ellen Likins Contributing Editors: Ann Hall and Lois O'Connell Art Editor: Dolores Bowler Faculty Advisers: Sister Mary Patricia and Mr. Robert Garrick Business Manager: Alice Kraemer Assistant: Dorothy DeVargas Circulating Manager: Marianne DeCoursey Circulating Staff: Marilyn Yee and Anne Wong CONTRIBUTORS: Mary Jensch, Maryann Munneman, Adelaide Spuhler, Carolyn Washburn, Genevieve Weeger, Gloria Putman, Kathleen O'Rourke, Frances Formaneck, Elizabeth Bumb, Joan Carroll, Cath- erine Edwards, Mary Alice Connors, Mary Eleanor Smith, Gerry Cassutt. 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OH! 50011 . 241' Emi ii 65 77 nf? hue minullej more mari grad Multi-colored balloons . . . fringed crepe paper . . . mask bids . . . reign ot lite-size clown, Oscar . . . strains ot Rey King's orchestra . . . king: John Knaut . . . queen: Dorothy Schmidt . . . costume judges: Martin Bullinger and Eileen Car- pino . . . plaudits tor costumes: Molly Flannigan and Bill Marquard-loveliest . . . Kathy O'Donnell and Floyd Neumann - cleverest . . . grand march led by royal couple . . . fortune teller's booth . . . cherry punch . . . homemade cookies . . l TOP PICTURE: Dance Committee Ch airmen. BOTTOM PICTURE: Last-minute Preparations gd 0.1.5 0 .7 Page Fifty-five ia- 11: X VNU i ? r"fj ik 'L We Q 3-xg k 'Q ,J .35 BM,- Left to right: Mary Ann Lu, Lillian lu, Mei lee, Pauline Chang. Mei Lee, Mary Ann lu rations . . . iunior class sponsored . . . AI Reichel . . . formal . . . Chinese fortune cakes . . . punch . . . Chinese lantern bids . . . com- mittees: Marillyn Wetzel . . . Mary Frances Sargent . . . Azilda Char- bonneou . . . Mary Ann Lu . . V October 18 . . . Mount Ballroom . . '7"il .,., 'T ' 1 .M I 1. K'?,i".f'3-.iiarl Nxwfw 5 A X v K Waxes X-ES is Wi swam ig 9 35455 E X K x 5 M 'Q si' sw Chinese theme . . . dragon deco- i 6cwafAiIzg in a l fel' 'l Glerfalltl U February l0 . . first annual Tri-Sorority Ball . . . Gamma, Kappa, Tau . . . snow theme . . . sparkling snowball lights . . . snowmen on walls . . . com- mittees: Joann Lindenfeld . . . Lois O'Connell . . . Deedee Hills . . . Keith Williams orches- tra . . . Mount Social Hall . . . enior ance gifdlarif .slowem v Be-ribboned nosegays . . . iaunty umbrellas . . . spring bouquets . . . annual senior farewell . . . lilting Tommy Jones' music . . . April 23 . . . Riviera Country Club . . . Informal . . . committees: Irene Stehly . . . Gloria Hammerstrom . . . Ann Hall . . . Rick Fischer . . . Shirley Connolly . . . Jackie Fletcher . . . Doris Schiffilea .. . Peggy Wylie . . . Pat Becker . . . ri - ororifg fibance MN .sw 'S' his fl I 'ty gm ff xx" C R S- , 91 N N as 5+ .gi Q as , ,,,fA , , ,....- Q,,,a.-S-1""" W 553 Q nd,-.-.. ,, ' v " ,, 'ww li 'Q 4"'w. 'ki' V, , '.w-"M N 4 gave" ' 5 . x J ' L , Awww 'Wax wg. -fx " - vF'Wl""'97F f 1.4, L-an 'eager' r rw , . ,W-,,x,4,,,.V . . ' Q, ygqjgs Nw .W Mg "HO-Qwv W. .Wh A r www 'Y' ,. M f? 'f' 3 '-1-W.. -4-. i K 1.vn..-Q, ,K ' . 4 4 ' """"-n-......-.V ' .... Q Umm H' X. s 'JQr!er pm., r fw- ,, ,A N 1 'fu' wwvmw, w.H,..,N.. W N Y wr 'Q' 't 24 - fe .nam-A ., urn , WWA? Pr1gfFiffV1'-right 7 CLP? if Cty Mother-daughter day at Mount . . . Holy Mass in Mary Chapel . . . Holy Com- munion . . . Sodality Break- fast in Social Hall . . . introduction of new officers . . . farewells . . . speeches . . presentation of awards . . procession around circle . . . recitation of rosary . . . hymns . . . crowning of the Blessed Virgin . . flower- covered litter . . . pastel formals . . . bride-like queen . . . caps and gowns . . . Student entertainment . . Mother's Guild meeting . . . luncheon . . . ASB, WAA officers recognized . . . ap- preciation to old officers . . welcome to new officers . . Benediction . . ett to right: Mary Janney, Rita Gloria Murray, Anna Marie Puetz, Roberta Korte, Marion Tripeny. CML? Wa, 34, you 424, ,Qt '9 Wilshire Ebell . . .January 14 . .. Mrs. De Forest Davis, director . . . thespians from all classes . . . eve- ning practises . . . gruelling repeti- tion . . . post rehearsal snacks . . . memorize, think, memorize, think . . . "Let's torget ourselves, girls" . . . Mr. Garroway's music . . . rol- licking Touchstone . . . sweet Wil- liam . . . that plaintive "Phoebe" . . . Metro costumes . . . Universal scenery . . . dragging dress rehear- sal . . . afternoon performance- kiddies' treat . . . evening show -- sizzling success . . dinner at Melody Lane . . . cast party in Westwood . . iew grfkclag puff April 7 . . . third anniversary . . . street carnival . . . Loyola U., U.C.L.A. and U.S.C. Newman Clubs . . . volleyball tussle- Lion triumph . . . Queen Ann Hall . . . talent show . . . picnic supper - hot dogs, cokes, potato salad, cakes . . . street dancing . . . gayly barbed booths . . . penny-pitching . . . proceeds for View cuts. Pagv Fifty-nilzr uedf .SZQQCLLQPJ Mrs. Vincenve lim 5 Mrs. Maisie Ward Sheed Miss Katerina .larboro Mr. Alfred Noyes lflgr Sflirlf Dr. Joseph Pollia Father Gerald Vann, O.P 1 , f e R 9 I Q 5? s is 5 K' Q , If 'V X W Y X X 1 fi.: T1 , . ' - ' J. ' 3 V - ' 'af' . fa V Q ., J f X W- p c , ,,,?,QtV,i., , Q. AS: ' ' s f, vw ' i L -.ii '- an Qygvw-w,m f - 3 S Skin?- :ma tl JN? A. A je Aeginning of fAe en Baccalaureate . . . conferring of hoods . . . May 30 . . . ivy chain . . .academic procession . . . Greek Bowl . . . familiar music . . . featured speaker . . . presentation of degrees . . . Alma Mater hymn . recessional . . . graduate reception . . . collegiate farewell . . . Page Sixty-0116 nga Six! y-Iwo V,e w W ja rilefg ,Na ruey Los Angeles . . . round face . . . cherubic grin . . . features short, short bobs . . . spouts on "ideal man" . . . ever ready to enioy life . . . easy voice . . eniorri 91 ff JA L il ry 45 Xu' ff Los Angeles . . . sensational dancer , . . her cor l is class meeting ground . . . spontaneous conver- W sationalist . . . TIDINGS roving messenger . . . Phyl l 241111 cjwlaf Los Angeles . . . cozy smile . . . wavy red hair . . storehouse of ideas . . . capable and popular . . . ambition-Master's degree . . . "Oh, that's colossal" . . . easy-going . . . dependable . . . patient . 1 94 l9at,-ma HELM- Los Angeles . . . genuine . . . busy with many activities . . . warm humor . . . effective leader NFCCS booster . . . Pat . . afqllekne jAtCA2l' Los Angeles . . . wonderful blue eyes student of note . . . vocal talent . . . "Hepzlbah . . . test tube lassie . . . tinkling laughter . . er sonal architect - Timothy William , . . Jackie ear! gufier los Angeles . . . contagious enthusiasm leader and follower par excellence . . . thick blonde , . . genial . . . interests unlimited Bronco interest . . . scholarly . . . regal effervescent . . . 77flCll'9't1I'2! milf? COIUIPKQ Hair with a luster . . . voice with a smile collegiate look . . . zealous sodality worker . . . dancing eyes . . . smooth dancer . . . clever conversationalist . . . Phoebe . . . sal, Y f QT , Y 1 f if '. --X 4 ,T ,V V, , - l Tb 3. rw: r , gg ' ,. U ,., gr S'i.x'tVr-fmzr f FT' i E ! fs 5 ll s 3' orb SCA La Alhambra iastic sleeper to Alhambra interpretative . . . energetic . . . small . . . enthus- . . . cake baker . . . "Oh, did he go High?" . . . vivacious humor . . . reading addict . . . "Sirod" . . en iord Wiflfkgll? SQKAI' Phoenix . . . graceful hands . . . long hair . . tennis instructor . . . seen with Lois . . . satirical . . collegiate look . . . pixie humor . . ."Matty" . gborod 91 3CAIl1l.Jt Laguna Beach . . . always knitting . . . John . . . super tan . . . shiny hair . . . cute smile . . . photogenic . . . "Only one game of bridge tonight" . . . seamstress . . . Dot . . . ...I94 y QOLULJ San Diego . . . mouse-house tender . . . consist- ently late brealcfaster . . . avid reader . , . favors hometown cokes-bottled by Carl . . . fan of brother Denny . . . typical question-you with hands full of yarn: "Oh, are you knitting?" . . . pet peeve-foolish questions . . . Will . . . ' -Ma. ,W V. ,6 , , Q V .- U52 ' mi 3 ary arro ' Q C f iii Calexico . . . blonde, blue-eyed . . . spaghetti, f Mexican food and Farmer's Market . . . "Ra time N- 9 V 554 N. Cowbay Joe" . . . tennis meteor . . . any sport- ,W ff f - 4:40 yes . . . "You haven't lived until you've been in h is Calexico" . . . f it V 5 1. re: ' Zu, . V ' , , S 42 'f'7'Y 7 1," f' smsglv s ' iken .Nu n Le r San Diego . . . sharp and subtle humor . "Yippee-wow" . . . "Mrs. Humpy" to Pupiis . . . Notre Dame "Scholastic' contributor . . . mimeo- grapher . . . poster artist of l'I9a . . . author of senior songs . . . pet peeve-articholces . . . "Neelie" . . . pafricia Smifh Son Diego . . . quiet, kind . . . gracious charm . . . trilling laughter . . . chiliburghers . . . "Guess who came to our house last vacation?" . . . efficiency . , . Santa Clara bound . . . even-tempered ...Patty... Q..mX,4, 4 W. 2 Page Sixty-jive nfs f r in i Pagw S1'x!y-six J egfn a e Con may Anaheim . . . meetings, meetings . . . hares open windows , . . Kansas City milk maid . . . ever- sparkling . . . quietly capable . . . superstitious . . . poise and grace . . . well-informed . . . friendly glow . . . Wisconsin booster . . . Regi . . . en ford Anaheim . . . one of thirteen . . . bridge addict . . . perennial smile . . . "What will we do for senior night our?" . . . coffee pot commando . . . ever ready, willing, and able . . . Marywood grad , . . pet peeve-cats . . . 9 , ellgeri Oxnard . . . decided new look , . . "No, I have to siudy my English" . . . knits socks-small size . . . coy blushes . . . psychological conversationalist . . pe? peeve-common opinion of farmers . . . ...I94 lgoger-fa y0A IIJOII los Angeles . . . busy violinist , . . another tourer with Tommy Dorsey . . . innocent expression . . . keen interest in the Navy . . . numerous hobbies . . . Shakespeare fan . . . mu., 144,44 Los Angeles , . . quiet and smiling . . . fascinated by short BOBS . . . band box looks . . . liquid brown eyes . . . dependable . . . hiking enthusiast fsporfia elvlayej Los Angeles . . . friendly and sincere . . . dynamo of fun . . . central theme-violin and music . . . toured with Tommy Dorsey . . . affiliated with San Gabriel Civic Symphony . . . ambitionfradio . . . U ..,- Q f TMAO, Beverly Hills . . . horseback riding . . . pianist . . . music and science . . .Scotch lassie . . . loves cooking for hubby Art . . . voracious reader . . . I Page Sixty-seven I' 2 i z ,A f , M . , q 5. ,M V -7 - M5 0 M . in 27,9-" . Q ,v X X L x 5 Q- 9. 4, ,Qi V fi l q 5 15 , X 1. , 2 - W 4 A bn 1,., e X if: 5, vf .15 f l if iff? "ff 'Wifi' - H M b 'at Q5 1.,, V lg zzz: , jff,f'4 ' ' olfsikf- sad G54 4 . :M af , 'sms ?ftAniZ'ecl Marie 1 los Angeles . . . slender and trim . . . enthus- iasfic crochefer . . . nealesf closet on campus . . weekends in Fontana . . . apple pie a la mode . . pe? peeve-no new car . . . quief Charm . . Vickie . . . Pflgt' .S'1',x'I,1'-rlllgllf en iam loafricia pencha- Camarillo . . . "I just love lima beans" . . . weekend commuter . . . snappy wardrobe . . . ever friendly . . . knilting difficulties . . . pei peeve-- Greyhound busses . . . Pai . . argaref Wy ie Santa Barbara . . . busy as a Mount telephone . . . "Oh, I really shouldn'1" . . . sauerkraut and pumpernickle . . . organizer plus . . . hat-mad . . . a genuine colleen . . . Peg . . . ...194 'UR gfellflflll Los Angeles . , . fun-loving . . , riotous wit . . L. A. smog not comparable to Pitts. smoke . . . voice with a chuckle . . . pet peeve-inference that she's Mac's double . . . Valet . . . ,xdnila Ccwfafclo los Angeles . . . trim . . . mischievous eyes . . . enioys harmonizing . . . soothing voice . . . recites Shakespeare , . . short, curly bob . . . pet peeve- roller coasters . . . 'Nita . . . ary all-U gl'atA los Angeles . . . "The Ham" . . coffee shop . . . proiect enthusiast . . . Mac . . . "invented" bangs . . . droll humor . . . bowling fiend . . . operates bass fiddle . . . contageous vocal delivery Y s Yi.,.4M 'W gt 3 25- . , " 0 0.52ClI'lIl EOMCAGPJ los Angeles . . . future restauranteur . . . knit- ting and bridge . . . brim full of boarding house 'W experiences . . . ex-Milwaukeean . . . seamstress . . . Rosie . . N 'fn .N 'ill f1g4'S1'xty-111111 , rn , r .ni num, f gr .S'1':'f'11lVj' 7, 1 ES? 44 wif a n effe jQl'?.ll' s E 9 , aff, 1 7 rffilw we W will Los Angeles . . . gcnles of laughter . . . determined lcnitter . . . "Hove you seen Shirl?" . . . lush suit . . . flashing eyes . . . consistently lute soup box opera addict . . . hearty laughter green en iam lah: gi,1cA er Austin, Minnesota . . . eager scout leader . . . "I picked up the cutest dress' '... vixen . , . fond of mcniono . . . pixy-face . . . artistic . . . sleep- tolker . . . pet peeve-June Reed's cor, Columbus . . . T.R. doesn't stand for Teddy Roosevelt . . . Rick . . . 521, Connofgy Los Angeles . . . bit of Irish . . . lote bus pos- senger . . . "Have you seen Nonette?" . . . vibrant new look , . . snopshot collector . . . ambition- to see world ..,. haunts library stocks . Shirl . . . ...I94 l1,A.I'9illl.fl gen ezleffo Los Angeles . . . via Louisiana . . . prefers danc- ing , . . cute accent . . . black hair . . . brown eyes . . . petite . . . warming smile . . . inseparable from Peg and 'Nita . . . 'Ginnie . . 77461 Pgfl PP, Il ll Inglewood . . . hidden sense of humor . . . charming . . . promoter of Mount-Loyola relations . . . quiet but vital . . . pet peevefbuses and bobby sox . . . Peggy . . . nf'- the PIT! MII? Gljjllff San Diego . . . curly hoir . . . handy ot many jobs . . . knows "Lib" inside out . . . thinks in terms of Gold Dome . . . "Can I stay with you tonight, Joann?" . . . favorite sport-dancing - - - with George, of course . , . pet peeve-Monday through Thursday . . , Gerry . . . Page Svzwlzfy-0116 rzrvw ' ' eniorfi . . . 7948 if .'- 'i Mil? QP!! I Brentwood . . . enthusiastic . . . settlement . laborer . . . skier . . .maroon convertible . . . l ex-UCLAN . . . friendly . . . fashion plate . . . 7!WlCl'JOIlIlCl .gil l'II PJ Inglewood . . . horse-racing . . . Mexican food . . . education above all . . . Washington, D C., Q bound . . . tiny . . . ballerina skirts . . . "Donna" . , . 1 9 0llJ?lley pill!! Lynwood . . . iovial and peppy . . . emissary for 'other Rycler's Russian Choir . . . formerly of West Virginia, then Pennsylvania . . . U. S. Army nurse . . . teaches at St. Francis' Hospital . . . "Sen" . . . Wiki rion ripeng Long Beach . . . poised . . . England-bound . . . teacher booster . . . cream convertible . . . musical voice . , . "Really?" . . . turned-up nose . . . pert . . . colorful suits . . . "Trip" . . . Roman sandals . . . elaborate earrings . . Aria Cl Ill Ill Uri ffolll Highland Park . . . "outcast" of Occidental . . . Chi Rho zeal . . . "No more commuting from High- land Park" . . . contagious chuckle . . . easy-going . . . singular cooperation . . . math logician . . . pet peeve-decorations . . a Fil' G1 roli u fa r Hawaii, T H .... sweet and smiling . . . sparkling . , . first love+Hawaii . . . future brings operatic ideas . . . dainty and charming . . . memorable for "Aloha" . . . ever willing . . . no pet peeve . . . x X ff Wi? " W, ? wr W S wmv- xfh X, X X Q, fc t X me as 2 ' 2- , ' -gf. A Ui., , .ff I -.,,e, 5' . 5 , :',,,::' .- l"0bUfl6l CAL WW , X V A f 5: , :Q Y Sl QU ' 'x fs, S W ,xx ,Q f f, L wg .N a -x ww f ' x ....... - .5 . .. ,, -vw ,,., S, .. V- V 3, . ? V55 ,..' A'A, ' 5 XZ. X : Qifx -1 WA ' f if X , i 2 2 '2 wing, X S K Q Q S34 X 9, QW X Xi M5 fx' 'w5WaxWqx -' ,, . L hi A iffy N N 3 .1 j-:px S NX 4 R 5 'Z A ,.: , sf 4 ,f ' Lx ww Lgn 9 f ...LM V IQ, Aw--. ww X .,,. J x nm ,x S x 1 . ar m N, q,,, ,W X vow ...., - 1 'Y.m'WR..,fI, Q, g if fx My L,.,c QUNK ,W K' x A vs xmQ,r"1 '., .4 .va . -W W if gf ,. 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'W' ed, WU 14 C fggiafe SEPTEMBER CCL All Cla? of EUHR fri 24 - Student Council Hello Party OCTOBER 18 - Junior Dance - Tia-U NOVEMBER 3-8 - 12 - 21 - 16 - 27-29 - DECEMBER 2-3-4 - 11 - 13 - JANUARY 5- 9-. 10- 14- 16- 22-28 - 28-30 - FEBRUARY 2 - 3 - 1 - 18 - Mid Terms WAA Dance- Plaid Platter Party NFCCS Intercollegiate Dance-Conti- nental Informal Family Night- Sponsored by Mother's Guild Thanksgiving Holidays Retreat- Rev. J. Walshe Murray, S.J. Bishop's Annual Visit Christmas Holidays Classes resumed JCSA Stag Dance - Intercollegiate Tri-Sorority Dance - Snow Ball School Play- As You Like It NFCCS Victory Dance - Loyola Uni- versity Final Examinations Inter-semester Holidays Registration for Spring Semester Classes Resumed Sophomore Dance - Mardi Gras Concert-Russian Choir, St. Andrew's Church 21 25 MARCH 1-4 2 3 7 17 19 22-24 25-30 31 APRIL 7 8 9 22 23 25 27 30 MAY 2 5 9 14 19 23 26 24-29 29 30 Sodality Forum - Father Lord Intercollegiate Press Forum Interracial Week Pepperdine vs. Mount- Basketball Intercollegiate Forum on Racial Justice Alumnae Fashion Tea St. Patrick's Day Celebration St. Joseph's Day Mid Term Examinations Easter Holidays Classes Resumed View Birthday Party NFCCS Elections NFCCS Stag Dance- Fisheater's Frolic Student Body Elections Senior Dance - April Showers Senior Recital- Laurel Wilcox Field Day JCSA Stag Dance Mary's Hour-Sodality Day, Holly- wood Bowl Senior High School Student's Tea Nite at the Mount - Junior-Senior Prom SWES Dinner Baccalaureate Boarder's Banquet Final Examinations Senior Banquet and Alumnae Initiation Graduation Page Eighty-one .gn emoriam We CLARE RIGALI Quwfionj Out of five, she was chosen to go before her creator and give an account of her 20 years service. Why? Why was it Clare and not one of the other girls? Why was the car hardly damaged and nobody else even seriously hurt? Yet Clare was killed. Why did she go to Confession and intend to receive Holy Communion on the morning of her death? Why did she not sleep that extra half-hour in anticipation of a long trip? Why did she not sit in the front seat, instead of insist- Pflgw Iffglrl-1'-l:i'fi ing on the rear one by the window, that was later shat- tered? Why should such a relatively slight collision kill one and leave four others unharmed? Why should her last paper for Social Welfare have been written on man's right to emergency medical care? Why should it have been so all-inclusive and so very deeply thought through? Why did God take Clare? No one knows, only God, Whose timing is perfect and Whose decisions are eternally wise. Reverend Thomas Coogan, prominent young priest of the Los Angeles Archdiocese, instructor at Mount St. Mary's College and director of the Los Angeles Labor Institute, was killed in an automobile accident in November, 1947. As a teacher, Father Coogan was well-known for his scholarly presentation of facts, and for his ability to make the problems of Labor Economics and Public Finance come alive. Because of his part in settling labor disputes, Father brought first-hand information to class. REQUIESCAT IN PACE n emoriam "Behold a great priest who in his days pleased God" in our late beloved Archbishop John J. Cantwell. The priestly ideal - to bring God to man, to bring man to God - directed all that he did. The virtues of the great high priest, Jesus Christ, were the virtues of His servant, John Joseph - love for the poor, zeal for His Father's glory, generosity in sacrificing himself to spread God's kingdom on earth. If the Church in the Southwest may boast of future saints and scholars who will keep the light of wisdom flaming in the dark days to come, Archbishop Cantwell will be largely re- sponsible for his breadth of vision which fore- saw its need. His children at Mount St. Mary's who remember him with love and gratitude pray for him, and pray to him to ask God's Mother whom he loved so well to bless her Mount. XJ, C, X ' as , as S A s fW"!Sft"kf'sX N x X x waz vim 4.2-1-5 MEM' ' VK- '--M-mN.,,.. Q ?4'1!?U .,:,1fae wwf.-4 X ., x,. W, , M-M Q .- , IH' f' ' ,. 7 , 91. ' ' ,. Mmm. MNA 7 'MJ' 'Of " , J. . M X.,,.....,n . V .fffqufflek vi X A-, Q 4 M v 5, .,, W , X ,K M Q"Ylil""'vrw'-nv 1, 9 x 'S x A P, 9 sf 53 32 is 3. , 2, , Q es if 5 if 2-J' -wifi Y I A ?.'Y3' lin.. I-1.1 H11 , 1 x K - ,E-ff .x-W, .- Q X, gk , Q 'Y .fe . , 24 ' .7 , Y .W 'Ng' .9 4 Y . ' k Q if if .V -ffugg' T-41 ., . - 2 ' K K x . , f A, N5 '-4 " 4 ,, -I --A 1-il . 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