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

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l ."'-v..-f-:-zg.,a-r- 4- g, f yu :A-.nk-' - 1 , a 9 . W4 I . .1 1 I Qu, ls, 'gif' 1+ .C 4 .9-5 ' in u , 1 Ag , , -,555 - xv,-,f" ' Q ,"" fu, ., A my l"', , K.. ,. ,, ,Y , J H , 1 r 1 - ' A ,q .,. s.h1,s .- 1 HJ., ny, eb,o. I -, -A ' 1 - af :Mya , ' ,Q ff , ,M e 03: 5232 '22 1 - wi x K K '-,,. k N, ,. I . , w i r . -' 'Maia . . ' sg' ,. 1-Q 1' 4, - .' ' Q. . Q 4 , .'Qv"'l" ' n 1' I ,. I' , +4.19 , A E . 1 i I 'f V- ' WSW 9 Q A .9 . 5 -534+ P Q, 4 9 l 4 I L E s - - f ef I 1 ' a in ,,,.s W5 Rig! N V' - 'aw Q x . X 4 Q bf- ' .5 s THE MOUNT ANNUAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF MOUNT SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE E ED ex ist ' 1? 49 fe . Ui. it se Qs gt QS TDITZD l L5 UO LL CMR LJAJ if 66265 Q39 HE SEAL of Mount St. Mary's College, designed by Baker of London, contains a circular shield about which is the name of the college and the date of its found- ing, l925. The circle has four divisions. At the bottom center an open book is inscribed with the college motto - Deus llluminatio Mea - God My Light. At the upper left three angel wings signify the city of Los Angeles. The fleur de lis of France at the upper right represents the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet who were established in France in l65O. At the upper center a lily surrounded bythorns stands for Mary, Mother of Sorrows. The seal beautifully symbolizes Mount St. Mary's College, founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in the city of the angels. wif, WW yep. :xg QV -.P an 73' ll ilfrfxlf ,LA L:-N f rm. xi ,3- jo Wlofher arie :Je o!I0llPflQ5 We dedicate this book to you, Who with gentle yet compelling spirit Have imparted the depth of your own loyalty and love To us who share this Mount. We dedicate our work to you Who have dedicated all your works to God for us. we .gzniom My Dear Girls, When you entered Mount St. Mary's College four years ago, you read on the first page of your college bulletin: The purpose of the foundation of Mount St. Mary's College is to offer to young women an oppor tunity of receiving a liberal education in an environ ment conducive to the development of sound Chris tian Principles. You did not, at that time, dwell too seriously on the real meaning of that paragraph. Freshmen never do. But during your precious years of study you have developed a background of knowledge and of values which have given you a sense of perspective, and you now look on Mount St. Mary's as a symbol of the highest and best in culture and sanctity which makes for that complete education spoken of by His Holiness, Pope Pius Xl, in his Encyclical on Christian Education. There is a great difference between knowing truths and living them, my dear Seniors, and so, I repeat in this written message what I have so often given you verbally. This philosophy of yours is not a decoration-it is a weapon. Use this weapon to combat the spiritual problems of the day. All your faculties, all your tendencies-even your passions- can be developed along the grooves of Christian per- fection. The world's greatest need today is holiness. Choose your pattern among the saintly women of history-a Theresa, a Catherine of Siena, a Joan of Arc, or a Little Flower, if you please, but be a saint, each one of you. God love you, every one. This is the daily prayer of Your devoted CSTJILW ywarfe ffe olillflfcllyj Page Tlznc 5 S 1' 10.5 lx 1 0 x WW 54 'Q +'. 1 Q ff: JOIN with the Senior Students of Mount St. Mary's, in paying tribute to Mother Marie de Lourdes, C. S. J., and ln acknowledging the splendid service she has rendered as Page Four President of the College. As your third issue of THE MOUNT coincides with the Centennial of California, we rejoice in the heritage conveyed to our State through the efforts of the Franciscan Mission- aries. They planted well in the soil of California the spirit of faith which has been constantly watered by the devotion of loyal and devoted followers of Junipero Serra. May God in His mercy bless both the land of our State and its population. ARCHBISHOP OF LOS ANGELES Ca Afornia By Margaret O'Connell Knoell '41 California, you are a church, adobed once, rebuilt with gold on dusty graves, fertile with the faith of Spanish monks and Indian races - graves catacombed beneath the cities - each a kneeling place upon your soil. Your pillars are the curving cedars from the south, Redwood pines, and pale- scarfed firs. Your carpet-moss is yearly plushed. Your windows are stained-glass of thin clouds filtered through with sun. The hill-sides are your altars banked with flowers- Buck-brush Holly, Owl-faced Clover, Azaleas, Asters from Sequoia, Lupine bluer than Brodiaea, chaliced Poppies flattered by the lighted tapers of the Yucca. The landscapes are your panels, symbol-filled and laid with pious folded Palms, with olive boughs and wind-shy corn that tans beside' the gold-gowned orange, fat-throated doves, the locusts and wild honey. Swing the incense, Wind, from your flower-filled censer. The sacrifice is ready! Let high-priests come with purpled wines from grape-vine meshes, with sun-flushed plums and apricots, brush-brown fowls and muff- clad sheep, cotton smoothed to altar laces. Bleach wind-cleaned wheat for breaded hosts. We take of your Communion. ilfleffgj R 'Wx 1 'ff' xi' is X i K' T fx i ca Xu .tk X. X X , i I T l l f y A . X ini ini. i .lk ,,. -f.:,1:-'fe-'f-""C1Il' Y if -57 V V 'V 9x ' ' I A My 'I I ' nfxfiwff 2:9 , Q N ,INmw,'v,,,......efZi- fav Jfjv A W , . .5,...if3'1 Y , SWFWWXY. , 'f' H eff J In VA' X Miami Injvv -fm X ' ' ' V K X .T rx s gl., . ,, '- f vc 4:7 L, Mfg WT.. ' ",J,.nf...!, -fb fQ,fTi "TZ: A f fe., .L W4 -e -.f . fl 77 Cad ornia, you are a church... The senior class of Mount St. Mary's College has chosen the California Centennial as its theme for the T949 issue of The Mount. "California," a poem by Margaret O'Connell Knoell, '41, will carry the theme verbally while drawings by Katherine Williams, '49, will illustrate lines from the poem which localize the theme at the Mount. Page Five ,-.-.....---f e igioud acu fy Page Six EXECUTIVE OFFICERS Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Margaret Mary Marie de Lourdes Rose de Lima Rose Gertrude Mary Teresa Mary Eleanor Catherine Anita OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Sister Agnes Bernard Alice Marie Mary Celestine Davida Joseph Mary Dolorosa Mary Generosa Mary Gerald Gertrude Joseph Mary Hortensia Mary Ida Mary Ignatia Mary Marguerite Marie de Lourdes Mary Patricia Regina Joseph Rose de Lima Rose Gertrude St. Francis . Mary Timothy Mary Vivian President Emeritus . President . Dean of Studies Dean of Resident Students . . Registrar Treasurer Librarian History and Political Science . Chemistry and Physics . . Music . . English Classical Languages . . History Biology Biology Education Chemistry . . Art Home Economics . English . . . English Economics and Sociology . Latin and Education Science and Mathematics History and Sociology . . Music Librarian eI'l'L6eI"5 offke g6lClfLAg A Religion 1 5 REV. MICHAEL HANLON Psychology REV. J. A. VAUGHAN, S.J. Philosophy REV. J. WALSH E. MURRAY, S.J. Religion MISS MARY STANTON Social Welfare .ik MISS FRANCES SWEENEY Education MR. JEAN HEREMANS Physical Education Wm' MRS. CHARLOTTE FRIEDLANDER Modern Languages MRS. E. M. KEITHLEY Business Administration MR. WALTER POLNER Economics Si? Page Sezfeiz Page Eight aww ,pm WW Assam. MR. HERBERT GRAY Music DR. JUAN AGUILAR Music MISS HELEN BRYAN English MRS. LILY Nl. ANISMAN Bacteriology MRS. DE FORREST DAVIS Drama MR. CLYDE KELLY Art MR. WILL GARROWAY Music MR. ROBERT GARRICK Journalism FACULTY MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Msgr. Patrick Dignan .... Philosophy Rev. Patrick Roche . . . Philosophy Mrs. Inez Comeau . Home Economics Miss Sally Parker . . Physical Education 66 our Piffdfj are fAe curving ce am hom fhe LX Aww 'L 4-K 4 I...- 1 30 fAe gl'ClJllafQ:f of Your college days here at Mount St. Mary's will soon come to an end. For four years you have been preparing yourselves to take your places in a world that needs Christian guidance and Christian leadership. The Church should be able to count on you to lead in the formation of public opinion and to withstand the prevalent spirit of secularism. You are to be the spiritual, the social, and the educational leaders in this confused and confusing world. You are to be its teachers, its religious, its mothers, and its professional and business workers. The future of Catholic education is in your hands and in the hands of your fellow Catholic colleg- ians throughout the country. You must comprehend and support legislation that will insure the continuance of our system of schools. You must provide the teachers that are to staff these schools and you must provide the students who are to be educated. Great are the responsibilities that are yours but glorious are your opportunities. What you stand for as Catholics, and what you should strive to accomplish, the world needs. You have the truth -the eternal truth - and this truth should light your way in search for all other truths. H We are confident that each one of you will accept the challenge that is presented to you. We shall be with you in spirit in your future efforts- in your successes and in your failures. We bid you a prayerful farewell. May our Lady whose children you are in a very special way guide and protect you and may her Son under whose leadership you go forth find you ever loyal to Him and to His Church. SISTER ROSE de LIMA. -rfb! 1 I 2 eniord SYN 'YZ-W' 'Q'Qr left to right: Dolores Bowler, treasurer, Murielle Rheaume, presidentg Kathleen Regan, secretary, Ellen Garrecht, vice-president. "At a college on a mountain there's a class . . . " To the original roll of the class of '49 . . . some names added . . . Brother Oliver and Brother Kevin of the Brothers of St. John of God . . . some names taken away . . . religious life . . . family life . . . business . . . in special memory, Clare Rigali . . . taken by God, January 10, 1948 . . . held in our prayers and thoughts, especially on our graduation day . . . " . . . we're so daring and so darling . . " September, 1945 . . . sparkling new St. Joseph's Hall . . . initiation . . . kind counseling of Sister Ida . . . elections: Doris Schuck . . . Eileen McCaffrey . . . Mary Joann Lindenfeld . . . Marjorie O'Hanlon . . . Thomas Aquinas lectures . . . unforgettable reading of The Divine Comedy with Sister Ste. Helene . . . Father Vaughan's logic class . . . St. Patrick's Day breakfast . . . "We're perfection so personified, we're the best through rain or shine . . . " guidance of Sister Alice Marie and Sister Hortensia . . . elections: Adelaide Spuhler . . . Marillyn Wetzel . . . Murielle Rheaume . . . Sara Jane Hooper . . . exchange dances . . . Red Cross parties . . . joined S100 club . . . "Blue and white our noted colors, any others should resign . . . " advisor, Sister Dolorosa . . . elections: Marillyn Wetzel . . . Ellen Garrecht . . . Murielle Rheaume . . . Dolly Bowler . . . major and minor details junior dance . . . " Tia-U" . . . Chinese lantern bids . . . "Life in Actu Secundo" . . . junior-senior prom Miramar Hotel . . . student body elections: Marjorie and Mary Joann . . . ivy chain . . . "Our sincerity, popularity, proved to you . . . " big and little sister plan . . . under Sister Rose de Lima's special care . . . unit worries . . . elections: Murielle Rheaume . . . Ellen Garrecht . . . Katie Regan . . . Dolly Bowler . . . senior privileges . . . Night at the Mount . . . annual organization . . . senior dance-Palos Verdes Country Club . . . comprehensives . . . junior-senior prom-Ocean House . . . recitals . . . senior gift to college . . . Baccalaureate Mass . . . senior banquet . . . graduation. Page Twelve BETH MARGIE MINKY MARY BETH BACA MARGUERITE BIGGS Music Composition - Music Home Economics - English . . . "You haven't lived until you've seen Visalia!" . . . likes to take long rides in her green convertible, with the top down, that is . X. . WAA prexy . . . tops in tennis . . . Gamma Sigma Phi . . . favorite pastimes: eating pretzels and winning pennies at "seven-up" . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . "Beth." ...mul Theory . . . composing since seven . . . Language Club . . . French duets with sister, Gerry . . . able Sodality Prefect . . . charter member of Music Club . . . tiny "Margie" . . . auburn hair noticeable in any group . . . carries out effective discussions. MARY BLATZ Social Science - Philosophy . . . iust mention Notre Dame or football to her . . . staunch booster of Milwaukee . . . Palm Springs for week-end visits with family . . . "Minky" . . . SWES member . . . peaches and cream complexion. 93. Page Thirteen r1lgwFu1nlf'e'n -as Q-W , A i ll f M -lr.. . ani 1 W I . . Q .... is t W: 4. , il.. QP DOLLY ARLEEN BUCKY W 'Vieux DOLORES BOWLER Bacteriology - Chemistry . . . ballet enthusiast . . . always begins with: "Say!" . . . collected class dues for last two years . . . ever will- ing . . . reserved yet gracious . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . conscientious member of So- dality Council . . . two days' work a week at St. John's hospital . . . "Dolly," ARLEEN BRADY English - Art . . . ex- Canadian miss . . . "aboot" campus with her accent . . . Parnassian . . . interested reader . . . skillful descrip- tion writer . . . slow smile . . . favorite sentence: "When is our comprehensive?" . . . never without an anthology. GERTRUDE BUCKLAND Bacteriology - Sociology . . . tailored look . . .always dashing to work at Birming- ham . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . "Bucky," R. N. . . . seen in green coupe with Mary Jane . . . sense of humor. ,un-rs JUN 'ft' I YQ 645' ZW, " L, s rgsWig'f,'z ,Wi-4 .M M J Q 1 W I X a j i l ' 5 F riffs, ? T DOC PATSY PAULINE MARY DOLORES BUCKLEY French - History .. . "svelte" . . . Lavalle bound . . . compet- ent and co-operative . . . vice- president of boorder council . . . Sodality vice-prefect . . . Eus- ebian president . . . "Doc" . . . South Pasadena . . . loves to eat . . . follows strict McLoone diet . . . never without o smile. PATRICIA CAMPBELL Dietetics - Chemistry . . . Santa Monica . . . loves the beach . . . noted for her pre- dance porties . . . opens her home to out-of-town boarders . . . spends spore minutes per- fecting her bridge game . . . TAZ secretory . . . Red Cross enthusiast . . . likeable person- ality. -mm., aww il. PN 1 J Wham, PAULINE CHANG Sociology-Social Welfare . . . delicate hand work . . . SWES . . . able tutor . . . loves oper- ations in Cancer Research . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . shy but dynamic . . . one of the fastest knitters in the class . . . Shong- hai. l Priya' Ffffvvtl lx xv I X I 114grSi,x'fu'1l , an , M ZIL .,0, - AZILDA CHARBONNEAU Home Economics-Philos ophy . . . "Santy Ana" . . . stuffed lion, Toscanini, stands guard over "Zil's" room . . . traveled through Europe last summer . . . Tri Rho . . . al- ways willing to do a poster . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . more than generous . . . Gamma Sigma Phi secretary, tall semester . . . lost without her glasses. MARY VIRGINIA MARY CUMMINGS VIRGINIA DEBLEY Group maior-Music, Ed- Bacteriology-Zoology . . " , H' . . . b Ucmlon 'Slow omny unique lab books . . . Kappa specimen hunter . . . plays cello . . . speaks softly . . . Theta Mu . . . devout bus practice teacher . . . Tri Rho rider ' I l good Conversation- . . . Tau Alpha Zeta sorority . D ' ' ' . blue glasses . ' 0 Music allst . . . quiet lndustry . . Club. short, curly hair. l ELLEN GLORIA ELEANOR GMEINDL ELLEN GARRECHT Social Welfare- Econom- Bacteriology - Chemistry, Philosophy . . . next stop- ics . . . Chicago . . . wears Creighton . . . likes bright blue blotters . . . knitted on little finger rings . . . eI'IiOyS the ggmg pqir of grgyleg for . l a year . . . known for her American history . . . prefers incomparable pranks l ' b . coax her and she'll play the blond hair and sun tans . . . Violin ' u U Kappa Them MU often seen in library-at PVSXY las' Yeo' - - ' Senior class vice-president . . . Palo the reference shelves. Alto. N X A C F,-T-v-1T,,W,,.,-mv-,,, MM,-,L ,,w,,, ,,,, .., ,, l .4 iw-fn AX GLORIA HAYES Instrumental Music-Mu- sic Theory . . . favorite name -George . . . talented at cello and piano . . . plays with iunior Philharmonic . . . youngest of family clan . . . sudden laugh . . . always ready with a question in class . . . sincere about her work . . . Los Angeles . . . Music Club. Page Seventeen Page Eigliterrn , Q- f 5' . 'fx1:f'f4:5. . i gy! , v I L 7' ' fy: if , sf' ,, ,W s ,L 3 A - Q -if A Q - U' X361 s , ,og .' . was , I K Q, V fwil' if : ,ies S psf Q 9-6 M S xi' - - .. r gi . 3 sS:fi J," if X Q 'X x I 1' - s sr' Q, 4 - , N, , si f . 2 S, - x , f" 'f Nfl' WV' its A 'Q , .1 i ' 4 ' ff s X Q f, if , L ,I . , sw, ,ss-7, ,X-,,.w 1 KAY JULIE MARY gn-an CATHERINE HOGAN Bacteriology - Chemistry . . . commutes between the Mount and the bacteriology lab at Sawtelle hospital . . . loves to sing, especially to harmonize . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . expression: "Are you kidding?' . . . loyal Tarsian member. JULIA HORIMOTO Social Welfare - Philos- ophy . . fond of Siamese cats . . . expressive eyes . . . sympathetic to most causes . . . small brown coupe bare- ly makes the hill . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . SWES . . quick wit. MARY JENSCH Group maior . . . History, English, Education . . . fav- orite topic: Oscar . . . noted for Spanish costume at Mardi Gras . . . spends spare time in Van Nuys library . . . fav- orite resort: Brentwood Ele- mentary School . . . takes pride in valley home . . . Los Angeles. .-SUN i M" gs, Q W if g gl 'E j i r 5 at F :S 1 I 4 1 ii A L .. .,.,., Y . ikv ., . 2 -ff wig flf-- Y' 4 ., K Y . "" ,. ,,.. ,. 'Q .V A wx V .. .. , .AA'Q:' 'Y ' ' si -Q. E at MEI MILLIE JEAN """'-w. MEI LEE MILDRED LERCH Chemistry - English . . Shanghai, China . . . prac- tically lives in chem lab . . . great admirer of Laurence Olivier . . . champions Chi- nese literature over English lit . . . Language Club . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . striking Chinese formals. ,pf Bacteriology - Chemistry . . Los Angeles . . . "Millie" . . . used to play the violin . .. still talking about San Fran- cisco trip . . . president of Kappa Theta Mu . . . best coffee-maker in science labs . . . victimized in "seven-up" games . . . "day-hop-board- er" . . . full of unique re- marks. E JEAN LIBERT Music- English . . . classi- cal music a must . . . San Francisco College for Women . . . ambition: concert pianist . . . unusual blue eyes . . . serves on college board of Philharmonic . . . president of Music Club . . . enjoys studying . . . energetic. Page Nineteen f" K ,X ' li rg X Pagrf Tzcfrzfy sf 1 , ef. ' .. - N ' Hs, ' . - gsm A ' if Af 3 ' 1.n , X ii - 1' . ' is .V . A A - cw st , Xi, ' W , I A I ' 'f':"s5.', wk 'fx s?y T X 'jifP"s',s sx- N 3 4 as is su :Q 'gc ' 4 . . glib, 1 : Q .. :A gt X ,dw . -V u ,f vs .11 , ,vi 9:-S13 rs.. ' is-:Q E -s , ' L . K ss- .f fs-sf -, .if V ts ie 7 '1 K , ,Q 2 , kgs? w as , . sf -X Q J . 'Q M . wt .Af ,5 Q wg 4 5 X X -'twrf 1 ' ,s i - 's :L Thy ,, g 4, JOEY BEENIE MARY JOANN LINDENFELD English - Latin, Philosophy . . . alias, Joan Lindenfield . . . perpetual worrier- especially about her column in The Tidings . . . won't trust any barber but herself . . . collects volumes of poetry, mainly Hopkins and El- iot . . . editor, The View . . . assistant editor, The Mount . Parnassian . . . Press Club . secretary, freshman year . . . educated seventeen years by Sisters of St. Joseph . . . Los Angeles . . . past vice-president of Education Club . . . vice- president of the Student Body. MARY ANN BERNICE LONG MARY ANN LU Group major-Education, Social Science -- Philosophy English, History . . . one of the Shanghai Chino favor- original "boarder-day hops," along with roomie, Joann . . . has pen pals all over the world . . . favorite pastime: teaching Jeffrey to multiply . . . president, Tri Rho . . . Long residence, second home for Mount girls . . . treasurer of Gammas, fall se- mester . . . poetic genius . . Santa Monica. J A ite pastime: drawing, especially desert scenes . . . claims Ingrid Bergman as the one and only actress . . . always ready with her camera . . . just ask her to cook some Chinese food . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . Language Club . . . sincere, friendly. r -V ww. ,HN ,,,...,,,., 714 PEGGY WANDA MARGARET McLOONE Dietetics--Bacteriology . . . should be honorary member of Santa Monica C of C . . . in- herited typical McLoone drawl . . . likes to imitate the Mills Brothers . . . chairman, Red Cross . . . Tau Alpha Zeta secre- tary . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . unpredictable sense of humor. WANDA MANKIEWICZ Zoology - Biology . . . peppy . . . athletic . . . likes to play basketball . . . entertained sen- ior class at Christmas party in her home . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . spends her time in the lab, mostly doing cancer research . . Los Angeles. I X Pagf' Tzwrzty-I:n'o r fl QL. I -1 ' LO LOIS O'CONNELl English - Philosophy, Latin . . . always listening to mys- tery programs . . . or writing to Ralph at Notre Dame . . . Parnassians . . . Spanish food every Friday . . . editor of The Mount and The View.. . president of Press Club and of Kappa Delta Chi sorority . . . poetess . . . Eusebian . . . Phoenix, Phoenix, Phoenix. ' um , ,r - 4 , fs -e , 1 Q f , KN ef 3 W if WZ , ' W ..:'x .', 'M P, -.- 'Q X i I, MO'H MADDIE MARJORIE O'HANlON English-Philosophy . . . "MO'H" . . . Fullerton . . . climbed ladder of student body offices: treasurer, sec- retary, and now president . . . Ireland-bound? . . . only color in her spectrum- green . . . best Irish wit in residence hall . . . Tri Rho . . . Eusebians . . . Parnassians ...NFCCS...NSA... JCSA . . . thirstiest car on campus. MADELINE PETTROW Social Welfare - Econom- ics . . . "Maddie" . . . Long Beach . . . precise . . . ex- Marine . . . has a weakness tor green shoes . . . SWES . . . has a quiet voice and loves to dance. 'kg We -wan. 7 l Y, KATIE PATTY ' M MU KATHLEEN REGAN Bacteriology -Chemistry . . . "Where's Millie?" . . . another Irish enthusiast . . . vice-presi- PATRICIA RIESNER Dietetics - Chemistry . . . "Patty" . . . long hours on senior dent of Gammas . . . never any- dance committee . . . favorite place but the lab . . . makes good coffee . . . vivacious . . . pastime: dancing the polka . . . senior class secretary . . . Los Tau Alpha Zeta . . . bright re- 594 Ein- Anggles ' ' ' .Kane ' ' ' loves marks in class . . . Kappa Theta to sing, especially "Buzz, Buzz, Buzz." 'MP' Mu . . . Los Angeles. im Q MURIELLE RHEAUME French-Spanish . . . "Mu" . . . senior class prexy . . Gamma Sigma Phi president. . . Language Club prexy, too . . . still more offices: junior and sophomore class secretary . . . former Rhode Island resident . . short brown hair . . . large brown eyes . . . prefers foreign films . . . aiming at the Sor- bonne . . . Eusebians . . . Pasa- dena. Pa Twe rz fy-th ree sr .-..f Q-Q:.v-.me-,:.-, -am:----4-,.s.? T1-be-,: - .5 mfs ..,-:iw gqgti- Q vb.-xxx ., Q QSM Kms X A i ks 3 , X A, ,, 's Wg' S., 9 1 K ix 634: ,J Q , fi 'MUHV' SWL igov rw News sms ,fm it wc. ai 1,911 Xu? X , ,,x., My X A , ,,,. ' Xfkmsf x v ' If XXV C Q, Y? N Yea . 'ge A . g mxi 5, X ,i , . f X v , w ' Q , St 3 ., 5 4 "' ESTELLA fs ESTELLA RIVERA Economics and Business Ad- ministration -- Philosophy . . . Mexico City . . . Inter-American Club, corresponding secretary . . . favorite pastimes: dancing, singing . . . guitar . . . favorite colors-red and green . SWES . . Language Club . musical "hello," 1' Tzcwrzlvi'-fozir' NAT NATALIE ROHE tels" . . . known for camping experiences in Wrightwood . . . Parnassians . . . Eusebians . . now vice-president Tri Rho . . . . "Nat," 44 ? 61 Group major - Education, English, History . . . San Fer- nando Valley . . . practice teach- er . . . charter member of "Ama- FRAN MARY FRANCES SARGENT Home Economics - History . . "Fran" . . . can turn a piece of material into a dream dress . . . another "seven-up" player - and winner . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . Bakersfield . . . honor- ary Gamma Sigma Phi behind the camera. 'NY 'Q' . eye 4 A Www i K 1 "'a-aqua Q -Q. ,WN SCHUCKY CAROL MARY DORIS SCHUCK REICHEL CAROL SEBASTIAN Piano--Theory of Music . . . Chemistry-English . . . deep Los Angeles . . . "Lovey" in '49 voice g h U Hspiffn in 149 ploy I . . play . . . tall and willowy . . . loves ,O dance but more at always sports sensor hat . . . home at piano . . . "Rhapsody opera usher supreme . . . loyal in Blueu ' ' ' Hawaiian honey' supporter of athletics . . . Kappa moon . . . Ensign and Mrs. . . . Gamma Sigma Phi Music Theta Mu . . . Language Club Club b . i president of Class, . . . parliamentarian of student freshman year. body. y MARY smm-I Dietetics-Biology . . . vog- uish . . . early tan . . . tall and quiet . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . active in Red Cross . . . Los Angeles. Page Twenty i MUCKI OLGA TITA ADELAIDE SPUHLER Social Welfare-Economics . ski enthusiast . . . "Mucki" . . fast walker and fast talker . . . blonde hair? . . . Red Cross Grey Lady . . . sophomore class president . . . SWES prexy . . . summered in Catskills . . . Gam- ma Sigma Phi . . . Los Angeles. Page Tu ent y-si x ,ffl-fi . - Q "' ifi f4if4s1'f'. A Y '14 , A i 1 I M 4- .fgzg V 2, "Q cs : f"3-w v 'faq , 4, " e X' Qu "Q, -4 5 ? 'H l..i!'ig,,:'x,. .Y "V g .ll- .Q 2 fl' f. , " 'f - 111,-in 1 49 :V ismmt-x I-11:4-H R. MOUSIE MARILLYN KAY MAUREEN TROUNCE MARILLYN ANN WETZEL Art-History . . . "Mousie" Home Economics-Philosophy . . . still one more practice . . . soap box operas . . . con- teacher . . . knows a good stant worrier . . . talks in her lemon ple when She makes one . . . Mrs. Pestolesi come Decem- Sleep - - - C"'9Yl95f and more ber . . . boarcler council presi- clrgyles for Ray . . . cultivated 3531 tI:o'S!UlW?r'Cl?i? foxy' ' NFCCS...NSA...JCSA... View staff . . . Kappa 'lheta Mu . . . Mary's hour . . . quite a seamstress, too . . . Santa Ana. taste for basketball . . . begins early with a summer tan . . . Eusebians . . . La Jolla. . 'X wifi.: KATHERINE WILLIAMS Art-Philosophy . . . vice- president of Tau Alpha Zeta . . . perpetually in the art room . . . thinks, along with Nat, that fhere's no place quite like the beach . . . treasurer of Tri Rho . . . Beverly Hills. . . "Kay.' Page Tzucfzty-5611611 I , gf ,s.s F-W YS 2 r my N PINKY MARY ESTELLE MARY YURICH Economics-Latin, Philosophy ESTELLE ZEHNGEBOT Zoology-Bacteriology . . . Q":f ' ' sg is WW WW? ww CLARA WONG Biology - Latin . . . plays the Hawaiian "uke" to everyone's satisfaction . . . mothers the contingent from the Islands . . . always knitting . . . favorite question-"Have you finished your lab work?" . . . acquainted at USC Chinese Club . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . Eusebian . . . Hawaii. :gi l.tff1f,1-frglfl . . . easy going . . . like room- mate Lois, hears the mystery shows . . . forever perusing magazines . . . symphony on Thursday nights . . . SWES . . . president of TAZ . . . Eusebian. -NIP' ' Oceanside . . . famous for her cartoons . . . transfer from Mount St. Mary, New Hamp- shire . . . favorite color- blue . . . NFCCS relief drive chair- man . . . Red Cross . . . Kappa Theta Mu . . . senior dance committee . . . energy, oh! . . . writes verse. Mount St. Mary's turns "co-ed" . . two Hospitaller Brothers of St. John of God . . . Social Welfare majors: social science and phil- osophy minors . . . active in work with boys . . . at Rancho San Antonio . . . members of SWES . . . dynamic on field trips . . . noticeable on campus . . . friendly smiles . . . flowing black habits . . . "Call us 'Brother,' please!" . . enliven class discussions with varied exper- iences . . . familiar station wagon jogging on and off the hill . . . always cheerful . . . '49ers. BROTHER OLIVER MCGIVERN O.S.J.D. R R RT '3hvnw,,,, Q BROTHER KEVIN DONOHUE, O.S.J.D. Page Twenty-nine 1 nw- ,. - 1:7 .1 . as 5 1 W v . law- -3 Q we-X . ax ,9 1 5 A . V .5 ,S .. . .5i.,f, 4535A ,A 5.5 A, ,.- . " , k 3 " 1 1 ' I N A ' ' 'Q lk - 'VG gn 11 s if . . W 'L 1 A . .RE wi? . - . -A iw: .. ...J 0- ri . '- S 5, ' . 1.1. . .Q f A Q NN.-,',.wg ad, 1 I - 5. W I I -5 as , y K ff 5 'el .- V 'P ' 5' -- ' -.1---"Q T ' " W' ' f N - F. "- M fx S , N A 3 y ,, I .. ' ' --if Q: . ' , ' -' ' f 'Q g.,,' Y .dw -Q Q . - ' . 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M ,, - KL QQ ff we Q gw f ig' fm gg Q' ,,f. . :ffm M fm f' , A! af ' ' .K X I xv ,f p msf-5', 3 ,MF , .1 X gr? 1' M . , A A 'U x ' L 4 , f 2335 VX' A 'M '..' , f X 1 Q9 I .. ,.., X. Y. ,kr 1 , 1 , 1 . A .,.:S' ,W NN? ' ' .- ' ' MM- f 'H r ya ,N:. dxf C W ix ' 13 5 k 3' 1 y 'G fifff NS 'k N ' X- 1' 'Rv Ab E- M u-if J 3'faf,f .. is ' fx' . ' ' W v ff gm 'A'- . ' . . clk , '13 N .Lfqn - lx , ' Q ,V r, 5. Q , Q' ' ,g x . ,I K my f ,W 3 .f V . ma- . uniom M359 left to right: Genevieve DeGrood, treasurerg Dorothy DeVargas, secretaryg Joan Storkan, vice-presidentg louise Powers, president. is l if Xxx ' , Dynamic year . . . little sisters . . . green weeks . . . semi-formal Deep Purple Ball . . . gold and green hats . . . Hallowe'en masquerade . . . Harvest Hop . . . Christmas Ball . . . finals . . . "Drunkard" on junior night out . . . NFCCS Relief Drive Valentine Dance . . . Hatchet Hop . . . Gold Rush . . . retreat . . . song fest . . . junior contenders for volleyball title . . . Ocean House prom . . . prophecy . . . graduation day and the ivy chain . . . refreshments at open house . . . Louise Powers, president . . . Joan Storkan, vice-president . . . Dorothy De- Vargas, secretary . . . Genevieve DeGrood, treasurer. FIRST ROW: left to right: Nancy Parnin, Gloric Nitrini, Gloria Padilla, Mary Pat Murphy, Barbara O'CalIaghan. SECOND ROW: Erica Orth, Mary Clare O'Brien louise Powers. THIRD ROW: Mary Alice Ott, Joann Musumeci, Georgia Philbin. Pagf"Tl1irty-two ..., Juniors not pictured: Mary lou Cassidy, Joella Harcleman, Lillian lu, Odette Lotode, Muriel Mahoney, Betty O'Brien, Frances Miyake, lillian Ohta, Mary Jane Orr, Mary Jane Turner. FIRST ROW: left to right: Carol Gallagher, Barbara Barnes, Marianne DeCoursey, Mary Connolly, Dor- othy DeVargas, Eleanor Eagan, Mary Anne Becker SECOND ROW: Patricia Dunn, Jeanne Frye, Char- lotte Aguiar, Dylia Aragon, Genevieve DeGrood. FIRST ROW: left to right: Joan Terpening, Jacqueline Valentine, Gloria Putman, Marie Russoman. SECOND ROW: Ellen Ann Sydow, Jean Russell, Ar- Ieen Russie, Audrey Telley. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Washburn, Eleanor Roberts, Joan Storkan, Dorris Weaver, Anna Marie Puetz, Connie Rodee. FIRST ROW: left to right: Frances Hills, Ruth Kuntz. SECOND ROW: Yvonne Mazy, Jeanne Kingston, Mary Krug, Betsy Knieriem, Patricia Johnson. THIRD ROW: Mary Ellen Likins, Alice Kraemer, Mary Ann Munneman. Page Thirty-three' rar" TG: 1 ., T 'xi fir, rg "-J CD ,f -vs, wi Sophomores not pictured: Jacqueline Stetler, Sally Deatherage, and Rose Marie Bachancl. Pagu Thirty-f0z1 1' FIRST ROW: left to right: Eloise Martinez, Susan Robertson, Joyce Pinnock, Joan Russell, Rita Gloria Murray, Joan McNulty, Betty Parker. SECOND ROW: Angela McDonald, Gloria Mankie- wicz, June Mclaren, Kathleen O'Rourke, Phyllis Ren- ville, Rosemary Mikulich, Mary Jo Pappas, Mario Martinez. FIRST ROW: left to right: Catherine Edwards, Mary Ann Cunningham, Lupita Bernstein, Mary Alice Connors, Janie Donnelly, Kathryn Ashe, Rita Cus- taclo, Pat Cummings, Joyce Devine. SECOND ROW: Catherine Dougherty, Doris Bursk, Frances Carretta, Geraldine Biggs, Margaret Dela- vigne, Regina Brown, Emily Doll, Marian Clark. FIRST ROW: left to right: Michele Wilson, Dorothy Shevlin, Mary Margaret Schaefer, Dolores Welgoss, Vera Wong, Marie Rountree, Rosemary Stewari, Diane Terpening. SECOND ROW: Anne Wong, Helen Szandy, Marilou O'Connor, Catherine Lu, Rosemary Schuler, Kath- leen O'Connor, Shirley Rowley, Shirley Zerkie, Stella Santa Cruz. THIRD ROW: Mary Kay Thompson, Phyllis Tukich, Nlailyn Yee. 52,9 0I'l'l 01085 Left to right: Shirley Zerkie, president, Kathleen O'Rourke, Barbara Galen, vice-presidents, Frances Formaneck, treasurer. Cruising around campus with red and white class of '51 hats . . . enthusiastic spirit . . . light house opera and the bib party . . . apple dunking and egg throw at the boarder-day hop Hallowe'en party . . . Robinson's fashion show . . . gold rush ball . . sheriff and deputies . . . St. Patrick's Day festivities . . . class picnic . . . remodeling Mount handbook . . . full schedule . . . ready and willing to assume upper classman status. ss-ff :wg-,?Q,g9, FIRST ROW: left to right: Helen Keriozolas, Huguette Hery, Claire Kassler, Evelyn Ishida, Catherine Ford, Joan Herold, Helene Knapp, Mary Jeanne Hoxmeier, Mary lou Hart, Rose Mary Esquibel. SECOND ROW: Joyce Gisler, Barbara Galen, Frances Formaneck, Mary Janney, Honora Higuera, Mary lou Jandro, Mary Ann Gottschalk, Mary Ellen Gray. Page Thirty-five glngifklflflelfl in Q mr x cc l New ,. W , cw Q, D sr K , rf :Lf w 5 ,S s SEATED: lea O'DonnelI, president, Margie Gegg, second vice-president. STANDING: Eileen Miclclish, vice-presi- dent, Ellen Murphy, treasurer, Vivian Burgess, secretary. Registration Day . . . confusion . . . green weeks . . . green, green, green . . . bib party . initiation . . . first class meetings . . . election of officers . . . colors - royal blue and grey . . cheer leaders . . . volleyball skirmishes . . . boarders' Christmas party . . . holidays . . . 1949 . . . finals . . . January Mother's club . . . retreat . . . Father McCarthy . . . St. Patrick's Day breakfast . . Lenten season . . . Easter holidays . . . tea for high school seniors . . . finals, finals. FIRST ROW, left to right: Joanne Stahl, Ann Spaulding, Joan Shaw, Pat Wilhite, Shirley Renville, Rose Marie Torres, An- toinette Tortorici. SECOND ROW: Dolores Yrigoyen, Flor- ence Tyree, Joyce Yost, Peggy Scott, Sar- anne Steritz, Millicent Russell, Marcella Ryan, Cora Lee Woolard, Anita Tubay. Pagr' TllI.7'fj'-.Yf.Y FIRST ROW: left to right: Margie Gegg, Marie lam- bert, Monica Kilkelly, Jacqueline Kildare, Kathleen long, Elaine Moore. SECOND ROW: luella Lum, Cynthia luke, Mary Kay Logan, Sheila Lanigan, Kay Knauf, Rita McDonough, Nelda Mislcell. FIRST ROW: left to right: Peggy Bradish, Adriana Ballash, Eleanor Ascherfeld, Rita Blecksmith, Dor- othy Bohanon, Anne Baur, Marianna Bauer. SECOND ROW: Ruby Mae Bunyard, Maria Christina Altimirano, Grace Bohanon, Eva Artukovich, leonita Browne, Maureen Boylan, Virginia Brooks, Betty Bouse, Barbara Brill. FIRST ROW: left to right: Colleen Conlan, Celine Freitas, Pat Catalyne, Joanne Cragin, Joan Can- tarano, Jean Clay, Margaret Ann Czuleger. SECOND ROW: Vivian Burgess, Orise Feight, Margie Davy, Dolores Cobb, Anne Clark, Mono Cormany, Marie Fontana, Betty Jane Flores, Shirley Devereux. Page Thirty-seven Freshmen not pictured: lorraine Benson, Barbara Burdette, Deenie lbbetson, loismarie Johnson, Therese Maguire, Ellen Murphy, Lonnie Schell. Pagc Thirty-fight FIRST ROW: left to right: Eleanor Kelleher, Ruth Galen, Dorothy Hess, Frances Munnemann, Beverly Halpin, Mary Anita McGowan, Mary Ishida. SECOND ROW: Madeline Haase, Bebette Gualano, Julia Guimoye, Anne Howell, Marion Meyer, June Husting, lucy Guimoye, Helen Kemper. THIRD ROW: Barbara Hartman, Josephine Hatcher, Bernadette Gouveia, Doris Haulman. FIRST ROW: left to right: Eileen Micklish, Joan Murphy, Connie Nichols, Roselyn Peukert, Camilla Munton, Jo Ann O'Brien, Helen Peck, Terry Phelps. SECOND ROW: Dorothy 0'Hara, Mary O'Keefe, lea O'Donnell, Kathleen O'Connor, Julianna Pretz, Deirdre Plunkett, Barbara Pearman, Dolores Peltzer, Rose Parrino, Betty Raftery. 3 3 t '9'iQ4'P,.fSRfL 7'F'f""' 7 ' 5 ' ' ' ' 's'Ev-q,,v5,ff-' -'ff - I 1-- wf: "vm Q.-V ,gr ,.A,x, -f I I J I 617442 fanclacalaea are your pane 5, .fgmgoghfdal anal fair! wifk loioua !o!c!ecllaa!mJ . .n if f l ,f f ,g -Q in 1 XQQ4 ru c':kfZ'ff,. 1, "Hi" I I 4 If? vfdiaff. fig. .UL Page Thirty-nine Page Forty 5f50ciafec!.S?uc!enf:S of Wounf Wargg gofege VW M:y'JfWNIfQf1'-A Qgxqrgp r 5-,Kung-O VD H Q we Q 8 I C C Til di or X05 QUQELES Cllflropplq A MARJORIE O'HANl.ON President MARY JOANN LINDENFELD Vice-President W ei. ALICE KRAEMER Secretary MARIANNE Decounsev 51' Treasurer in 6 es- SEATED, left to right: Marguerite Biggs, Bernice long, Mary Krug, Marianne DeCoursey, Mariorie 0'Hanlon, Murielle Rheaume, Mary Joann lindenfeld, Mary Janney. STANDING, left to right: Cathy Edwards, Betsy Knieriem, Louise Powers, Lois O'Connell, Adelaide Spuhler, Mildred lerch, lea O'Don- nell, Gloria Nitrini, Shirley Zerkie, Mary Connolly, Gloria Padilla, Marillyn Wetzel, Mary Dolores Buckley, Carol Sebastian, Mary Beth Baca. .gguclenf Counci Student Council . . . college's co-ordinating group . . . student body, classes, clubs and organizations represented . . . presided over by student body president Marjorie O'Hanlon. National Students Association . . . NSA . . . interested in all factors of student lite . . . Mount delegate and regional treasurer, Gloria Padilla . . . annual Wisconsin convention. National Federation of Catholic College Students . . . NFCCS . . . regional members: Immaculate Heart College, Loyola University, Marymount College, Mount St. Mary's College, Queen of Angels' and St. Vincent's 'Q ,wma-ewes-X if X X College of Nursing . . . main activities-student relief drive . . . Mary's Hour. O O I . 0 G . . Q Q ' Q E 2 E L CT, N3 left to Right: Celine Freitas, Joan Shaw, Gloria Padilla, Mary Alice Connors. SEATED, left to right: Pat Catalyne, Estelle Zehngebot, Mary Alice Connors, Joyce Pinnock, .Ioan Russell, Marguerite Biggs, Mary Janney, Mary Krug, Marjorie O'Hanlon. STANDING, left to right: Marillyn Wetzel, Alice Kraemer, Marianne DeCoursey. Page Forty-one 0 bil' left to right: Gloria Putman, treasurer, Genevieve DeGrood, secretory, Dolores Bowler, vice-prefect, Marguerite Biggs, prefect, Mary Dolores Buckley, vice-prefect. Pagr 1'iU7f'1'-f1l'O Ad Jesum per Mariam . . . our way of life through spiritual works- monthly student body Mass . . . retreat . . . Mary's Day . . . spiritual bouquet for the Pope . . . inspiring meetings planned by Marguerite Biggs, prefect . . . Bishop McGucken's visit on December 8 . . . Sodalists and the Handmaids, spreaders of de- votion to the Blessed Sacrament, received on February ll . . . incorporation of the Christopher movement as a means to the end of the Sodality: personal sanctification through both spiritual and corporal works of mercy . . . carried out by committees . . . aid to Father Lipscomb . . . help in the European Student Relief drive . . . Christ holding out Mary's comforting hand, tull of grace, "over the bent World." 3 Q Q .vs 1 Us Q QP N. sf 'ii Y A1 I R gg .r w-.ef Mary Alice Ott and Gerry Biggs display publicity posters for Mary's Hour. LEFT TO RIGHT: Joan Terpening, Our Lady's committeey Jeanne Frye, litera- ture committeep Pat Riesner, Apostolic committeeg Gerry Biggs, Publicity com- mitteeg Mary Alice Ott, Eucharistic com- mittee. LEFT TO RIGHT: Gerry Biggs and Mary lou Jandro admire the Sodality bulletin board. aas' Y , fd f , ' M :,',:uq,5.,. S5 W V qw :-rw " E 1 X ' QW .5 wnfi 'gl M. :iN xwwys, 0 Mwlwaxk 'Sty xwnxk is 4 A 5 1 X xc , x 3 Xb 'V - , Q 5-A , N, N X V, ' 4,-A: yay' fc .,1,,., + my f s- it , 4 3 Lin g !-.j, XW . 'w ywm .N 4 :sa . 2. -0 , -wx, V-1 W, "Wm f to J ,Nm-5 chews: HX gym X. . "1 I , law? mg 'W , X1 NF - 3 Page Forty-three Q Page Forty-four N -N. 1 e 1. f s F 1 3 Q eu, N 1 ff es ,R QS ff, . Y A W we wr ffsufffsivffe fe 1 fir'-95 A sf - 2 '33 Q ,fl i K 7' ," x , 1f4,f'ff' . r i.,. 4 5 f. t ,, -: L-1. ,V Q, - ,,,.i fav -' ' ' ' 7 N 1 K 7 -uf, ,ss xx ? Q. 5 X 7 Y' f X? Q! .K 1, X Xi, 5,3 P X , N F. xXx it W 45 M gs 11? E . If si Nia! I' I' if -2- .53 Tx -I I of gg' f 4 X Q yi ' " 1 left to right: Barbara O'CalIaghan, secretaryg Mary Ellen likins, vice-presidentg Mary Beth Baca, presi- dentp Rita Custado, treasurer. Intercollegiate invitational basketball tournament . swimming pool "on the way" . . . lOO club drive . . . P. E. minor . . intramural and doubles volleyball tournament . . . Harvest Hop . . . games with UCLA and LACC . . . field day relays and I exhibitions . . . pie-eating contest . . . sack races . . . Mary's Day awards . . . Oiai tennis tournament . . . skiing in the High Sierras . . . swimming at the Bel-Air Hotel . . . intercollegiate play-day at Whittier College . . . intramural basketball tourna- ment. Volleyball teams practice on lower courts. The team partici- pated in both the La Verne and Whittier Tournaments, with the Mount placing fourth in the final tabulation at Whittier. seem Q, sigh . .A Acfiuified Vera Wong checks her score while Betty Jane Flores, Miss Parker, Pat Johnson, Bernadette Gouveia, and Cynthia Luke watch. Lupita Bernstein, Barbara O'Callaghan lfrontl, Mary Beth Baca, Mary Ellen likins, Rita Custado, and Mary Alice Connors, student tennis instructors, pose on tennis court. Page Forty-five Q C066 if ' . left to right: Pat Riesner, treasurerg Estelle Zehnge- bot, publicity, Joann Musumeci, secretary, Mary Connolly, chairman, Eleanor Roberts, vice chairman, Adelaide Spuhler, information co-ordinator. Orientation tea for student body . . . disaster corps . . . monthly trips to Gray Lady Hut at Sawtelle hospital . . . annual fund drive . . . booth for contributions . . . membership cards . . . quota reached . . . nutrition classes ...' : amp and hospital group . . . water safety schol- arship . . . volunteer services . . . tangible help . . . heartwarming rewards . . . campus chairman: Mary Connolly, vice-chairman: Eleanor Roberts, secretary: Joann Musumeci, treas- urer: Pat Riesner, secretary ot Los Angeles College Units, cover girl, National College Council Units bulletin: Eleanor Roberts. U1 SEATED, left to right: Joann Musu- E meci, Pat Riesner, Mary Connolly, Il Eleanor Roberts. STANDING, left to right: Marie Lambert, Monica : Kilkelly, Dolores Cobb, Fran Sar- pg gent, Pat Campbell, Adelaide Spuhler, Huguette Hery, Kathleen ll long, .loan Murphy. iq' rzgv Forty-six' LOWER PICTURE: Red Cross members exhibit the dolls, which, after being presented in a doll show, were given to needy children. ' fe,WfQ+F '1- X 9' . ,- , 21, - N f X fx :sl j 4 'S 1 W f xy 4 -1 KIWES 4 1' ' ?LTi 'P , ,,,mzM.M4y iw ' , cv, ' 24 V 2, Q TOP PICTURE: Grey Ladies from the Mount active in Red Cross works of charity are: seated, Adelaide Spuhler and Eleanor Roberts, standing, Patricia Riesner and Mary Connolly. CENTER PICTURE: Betty Parker collects donations from Mount students in the successful drive in which the college exceeded its quota. sf if 'Vin' , u , 1 e- w Q SM , ., A s "N 52 E ' I E -fe GNL, . 47, .G M X il Page Forty-seven Mwwm-we 1 MW, gf We, 'W ffm MQ? 4-W cf 5 4 W- wiv fs .we 'Q iz? ii '22, 3-' if ' ff fc ' i , ' 15,1 3 ...ahh LEFT TO RIGHT: Language Club officers: Dylia Aragon, Lupita Bernstein, Barbara Hartman, Anne Wong, Rita Custado, Mary Alice Connors. TOP PICTURE: First row, left to right: Vera Wong, Pauline Chang, Catherine lu, Clara Wong, Jeanne Frye, Mary Ann Lu. SECOND ROW: Murielle Rheaume, Mei Lee, Mary Dolores Buckley, Mrs. C. Friedlancler, Natalie Robe, Mary Jensch. THIRD ROW: Carol Sebastian, Arlene Russie, Gloria Padilla, Patricia Tyier, Mary Alice Connors, Jane Donnelly, Mary Ann Cun- ningham, Anne Baur, Erica Orth, Mariorie Davy, Stella Santa Cruz, Rose Mary Tyler, Julia Guimoye. BOTTOM ROW: SEATED, left to right: Marguerite Biggs, Dylia Ara- gon, Dorothy DeVargas, Mrs. C. Friedlander, Gerry Biggs, Olga Staclthagen. STANDING, left to right: Honora Higuera, Rita Custado, Anne Wong, Mary Lou Jandro, Barbara Hartman, Dorothy O'Hara, Tita Spain, Margaret Braclish, Bebette Gualano, Lupita Bernstein, Helen Peck, Estella Rivera, Ruby Mae Bunyard. Pa Ur Forty-fight angudge Spanish, French and German movies . tour of Olvera Street . . . tacos . . . suertes . . . Mass at the Plaza . . . lectures and discussions . . . skits and plays given for student body . . . Pan-American day program, connoisseurs of German, French and Spanish dishes . . . Lupita Bernstein, president . . . Mary Alice Connors, vice-president . . . Dylia Aragon, secretary . . . Barbara Hartman, treasurer . . . Anne Wong, publicity . . . Rita Custado, social. -3' FIRST ROW: left to right: Mary lou Hart, Joann Musumeci, lmpy Meyer, Clara Wong, Dede Hills. SECOND ROW: Murielle Rheaume, Vera Wong, Rita Custado, Rita Gloria Murray, Joan Murphy, Margie Gegg. THIRD ROW: Mary Yurich, Kath- leen long, Ruth Galen, Joan Storkan, Eleanor Ascherfeld, Anna Niarie Puetz, FOURTH ROW: lois O'Connell, Natalie Rohe, Fran Sargent, Mar- iorie O'Hanlon, Dolores Cobb, Mary Dolores Buckley, Carol Gal- lagher, Margie Davy, Mary Jane Orr. gudegiand i Coffee bar and doughnuts . . . funds for charities . . . new books in the library . . . history majors, minors, and those "just interested" . . . moderator, Sister Agnes Bernard . . . QQ? president, Mary Dolores Buckley . . vice-president, Frances Hills . . . secretary, Mary Jane Orr . . . treasurer, Carol Galla- W gher . . . formal dinner . . . book reviews . . . active . . . known on campus. Eusebian officers, Mary Jane Orr, Carol Gallagher, Dede Hills and Mary Dolores Buckley, raise funds for charity through their coffee bar. I I ' Page Forty-nine as . if S' P855 M6 Meetings . . . Newman Seminar elections of officers: Cathy Edwards, president . . . Frances Formaneck, secretary . . . Anne Wong, treasurer . . . new "Scribes" pins . . . current trends in journal- ism . . . Press Forum in February . . Father McCarthy, Tidings edi- tor, chairman . . . informed readers . . staff responsibility . . . maturity ig if of outlook . . . Interracial week co- .M,,'x, . . is 3'5w 5 operation with SWES club . . . Press Club officers, Cathy Edwards, Anne Wong, and Frances Formaneck, make plans for the annual Press Forum in February. FIRST ROW, left to right: Mary Joann lindenfeld, Cathy Edwards, Anne Wong, Frances Formaneck, Mary Alice Connors, Kathleen O'Rourke. SECOND ROW: Gloria Putman, Margie Davy, Doris Haulman, Mary Margaret Schaefer. THIRD ROW: Rita Gloria Murray, Made- line Haase, Marilyn Yee, Mary Krug. FOURTH ROW: Jean Clay, Eileen Mick- Iish, Eleanor Eagan, Carol Gallagher. FIFTH ROW: Joan McNulty, Honora Higuera, Betsy Knieriem, Estelle Zehnge- bot. Pa ge F1' f fy M.S.M.c. scaisesi www? T View birthday party, April 24 . . . box-lunch social . . .fun . . .games . . food. 'Q VIEW STAFF Editor . . . Betsy Knieriem Associate Editor Mary Krug News Editor . . . Anne Wong Departmental Editor . Joan McNulty Feature Editor . . Cathy Edwards Contributing Editors . Kathleen O'Rourke, Mary Joann Lindenfeld Sports Editor . . Gloria Putman Faculty Advisors . Sister Mary Patricia Mr. Robert Garrick Business Manager Alice Kraemer Circulation Manager . Marilyn Yee Advertising Manager . Barbara Pear- man Ze IMG!!! Za-Siam CLOCKWISE: Betsy Knieriem, Kathleen O'Rourke, Mary Joann lindenfeld, Adelaide Spuhler, Angela McDonald, Lupita Bernstein, Cathy Edwards, Eleanor Eagan, Mary Krug, Joan McNulty, and Anne Wong edit and proofread copy on deadline day. Students' own publication . . . bi-weekly . . . links alumnae, students, faculty . . . All-Catholic and First Class awards . chief aim-to publish ideals and activities of the Mount . . . chief worry-Mr. Sturdy, printer . . . moderator, Sister Mary Patricia . . . editor, Betsy Knieriem . . . associate editor, Mary Krug . . . top-notch assistants too numerous to mention . . . favorite memories - hectic Thursday deadlines . . . April birth- day party. FIRST ROW: left to right: Mary lou Hart, Gloria Putman, Gerry Biggs. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Yee, Mary Alice Connors, Margie Davy, Doris Haulman, Frances Formaneck. THIRD ROW: Rita Gloria Murray, Honora Higuera, Mary Margaret Schaefer, Jean Clay, Helen Kem- per, Madeline Haase, Eileen Micklish. Page Fifty-one 1 gr' F1'ff'1'-Inu' lfl 'Q ,s S FIRST ROW, left to right: Virginia Debley, Jean Russell, Margaret Ann Czuleger, Camilla Munton, Mary Anita McGowan, Ciara Wong, Dolores Bowler, Patricia Riesner, Mary Connolly. SECOND ROW: louella Lum, Rose Marie Torres, Maria Ramirez, Mary O'Brien, Gloria Putman, louise Powers, Lillian lu, Kath- leen Regan, Mildred lerch. THIRD ROW: Joan Murphy, Rita Blecksmith, Catherine Dougherty, Mei Lee, Catherine lu, Frances Carretta, Jackie Kildare, Betty Parker, Mary Beth Baca, Azilda Charbonneau. FOURTH ROW: Estelle Zehngebot, Maureen Boylan, Betty Jane Flores, Patricia Spain, Rosemary Mikulich, Barbara Galen, Janie Donnelly, Mary Ann Cunningham. FIFTH ROW: Pauline Chang, Jeanne Frye, Joan Storkan, Eleanor Roberts, Mary Ellen Gray, Mary Lou Jandro, Patricia Campbell. SIXTH ROW: Carol Sebastian, Mary Jane Orr, Joan Herold, Carol Gallagher, Dolores Peltzer, Marillyn Wetzel. Kappa Theta Mu . . . God Rules the World . . . students of chem- istry, home economics, mathematics, nursing, biological sciences . . . programs to acquaint students with all fields of scientific endeavor . . . field trip to Standard Oil of El Segundo. . . lecture by Mrs. Anisman on history and use of penicillin . . . lecture by Mrs. Staple on nutrition in Public Health . . . field trip to Colorado desert . . . Mildred Lerch, president . . . Patricia Spain, vice-president . . . Patricia Riesner, secre- tary . . . Mary Clare O'Brien, treasurer. LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Riesner, secretary, Mildred lerch, president, Patricia Spain, vice-president, Mary Clare O'Brien, treasurer. ,ff Gertrude Buckland, Ellen Garrecht. Catherine Ho- Clara Wong, Carol Gallagher, Joan Storkan, Miss gan and Helen Kemper make a kymograph trac- Thurber and Dr. Pollia transplant rat cancer. ing of a frog heart beat in the physiology lab. In the physical chemistry lab, Jean Russell experi- ments with conductance cells. In the background, left to right: Joan Storkan and Carol Sebastian per- form a titration, while Jeanne Frye and Pat Spain department uflemoon lea' work with a polarimeter. W z Q, iv, ., wg:-V 5-..., Marillyn Wetzel acts as hostess at a Home Economics iq sc S r, R 5 r gl -wg .5 N.. "' L , ' 5 1 il' E .r Page Fifty-three CLFLCQI' edearc ' ""' ' it ' " 'f f 'iww , MQ X f . , , s til J 1 A Q 1 ."fti74ffl ,1 Y I .Q-' : -5 - , . 5 L -fl " , e - , 5 V V3 . JV .+ 1 S I V- - . f M S -. ' f + , , s I - . My left to right: Mildred lerch, Clara Wong, l ' 5- b 'Q I is W5 Estelle Zehngebot, Barbara Galen, Kath- X. c X, X . new-I x leen Re an, Pauline Chan Dolores Bow- , M 9 9, ' Y ler and Virginia Debley work at various QQ stages of transplanting a cancer. .Q:, l eva ,,ll , , ,X , . 9 o 5199s 19' Rossettlihux concef cot. - r e - and vldondvllon' C es ln nevilfollio- Nw, Fell79BoYe' YOU Orch couls wh Dr. 59 cxogue W' First course in the coun- try for training concer re- search technicians . . . high- est enrollment since course I opened . . . sponsored by the Boyer Foundation . . . and director ot concer re- search . . . inouguroted course . . . newest equipment . . . newest ideas . . . detoiled experiments . . . students breed, core for ond rofse pure stroins of mice ond rots to use in their reseorch work . . . transplant induced tumors . . . Boyer rot- one hundred per cent susceptible to concer . . . Pasadena rot -one hundred per cent resistoint . . . observe the effects ot vitomins ond oils on affected mice . . . speciol loborotories for breeding ond coring for mice ond rots . . . brove students not otroid . . . in foct, many mice ond rcits become pets . . . students leorn to perform whot is reolly o major operotion . . . moke microscopic slides . . . keep occurote records . . . long hours . . . hard work . . . hopes of oi positive contribution. Dr. Follio trustee of foundation imfiiit If E 33 K-M, ig left to right: Mary Connolly, Carol Gallagher and Margie Davy left to right: Joan Storkan writes data, as Mei lee and Jeanne Frye administer a cancer susceptibility test. iniect a mouse. Shirley Zerkie prepares the mouse-house. Page Fifty-four arnaridianfi FIRST ROW, left to right: lois O'Connell, Anna Marie Puetz, Nancy Parnin. SECOND ROW: Doris Bursk, Arlene Russie, Mary lou Hart, Gloria Nitrini, Joyce Devine. THIRD ROW: Eleanor Ascherfeld, Mary Krug, Arleen Brady, Mory Anne Becker, Bernice Long, Joan Herold, Phyllis Tukich, Betsy Knieriem, Pat Cum- mings. v W' X!-T '75 K . f 3 I af ,X . - N X .. . fa , Q .. I ..,.u1y"L4l " .1 , ,gy English club. . . election of officers . . . Gloria Nitrini, president . . . bi-weekly meetings . . . large membership . . . plans for an active ancl working organization . . . teas . . . guest speakers . . . group trips . . . "Hamlet" . . . Huntington Library . . . presentation of original plays . . . emphasis on discussions and criticism . . . afternoons in the browsing room. I SEATED, left to right: Arlene Russie, vice-president, Gloria Nitrini, president, Joyce Devine, treasurer. STANDING: Doris Burslc, publicity, Mary lou Hart, secretary. Page Fifty-fue 1 4 4 . A Q.. I ufiic FIRST ROW, left to right: Mary Jensch, Dorothy O'Hara, Mary Cummings, Rose Marie Torres, .lean Clay. SECOND ROW: Mary Alice Ott, Carol Sebastian, Mary Lou Jandro, Pat Cum- mings, lea O'Donnell, Ellen Ann Sydow, .loellg Hardeman, Eleanor Ascherfeld, Mary Kay logan, Arlene Russie. THIRD ROW: Genevieve DeGrood, Gerry Biggs, Elaine Moore, Mary Ann lu, Mar- guerite Biggs. f f Page Fifly-.six Newly formed club for music maiors, minors and those interested . . . Jean Libert first president . . . constitution approved by student council . . . lecture-teas . . . matinees . . . Philharmonic participation . . . widened fields for student musicians . . . welcomed by student body. LEFT PICTURE: Music students, Bernadine Ibbetson, Jacque- RIGHT PICTURE: Club officers are left to right: Gloria Hayes line Stetler, Charlotte Aguiar, and Rose Marie Bachand, secretary, Jean libert, president, Arlene Russie, vice-president wait in faculty building after a concert. and Gerry Biggs, treasurer. s Le cm left to right: Bernadine lbbetson, lea O'Donnell, Charlotte Aguiar, Genevieve DeGrood, Ellen Ann Syclow, Eleanor Ascherfeld, Dor- othy O'Hara, Mary lou Jandro, Helen Szandy, Rose Mary Esqui- bel, Marguerite Biggs, Jean Clay, Frances Carretta, Arlene Russie, Elaine Moore, Gerry Biggs. ' 3 f i A r ,X WWW WNWW .Y , , , ,,,- ,W..,,,,M.,W... We-,-c.y, e.,wfmewm-- -, -A . f Mount Choral group . . . under the inspired direction of Mr. Will Garroway . . . noted composer-pianist . . . twenty members . . . performed widely . . . Loyola . . . St. Timothy's . . . "Lark on the Wing" . . . St. John's Inglewood . . . stations KMOC, KFAC . . . memorable broadcast of Pergolesi's "Stabat Mater" . . . directed by Msgr. Robert Brennan . . . three of the settings of Sister Celestine's musical scores for Francis Thompson's "Hound of Heaven." Orckea fra Mount St. Mary's Orchestra . . . working in combination with the Choral group . . . directed by Herbert Grey . . . performances at 29 Palms, Inglewood, recent Alumnae fashion tea . . . earlier in year at college play . . . Wilshire Ebell . . . art exhibit complemented by solo of three cellos . . . "Requiem" by Popper. 'M left to right: Pat Dunn, Pat Cummings, Mary Cum- mings, Mr. Herbert Grey, Mary Alice Ott, Joella Hardeman, Mary Kay logon. Not pictured: Gloria Hayes and Rose Marie Bachand. Pagf' Fifty-sezfffrz FIRST ROW: left to right: Clara Wong, louise Powers, Rita Cus- tado, Gloria Putman, Bernice long, Natalie Rohe, Mary Jensch, Mary Ellen Gray, Mary Jeanne Hox- meier. SECOND ROW: Marie Russoman, Angela McDonald, Lupita Bern- stein, Rita Gloria Murray, Joan McNulty, Marilyn Yee, Marillyn Wetzel, Pat Murphy, Mary Clare O'Brien, Audrey Telley, Murielle Rheaume, Azilda Charbonneau, Mary Cummings, Gloria Mankie- wicz. New name Tr: Rho stands tor the three R s tremendously active Intro- ductory tea for new members panels on comic books, McCollum case, President s Report on Higher Education lolnt session with Loyola University education club dinner tor training teachers of Brentwood Elementary School student teachers Kay Williams . . . Mary Jensch Marlorle O Hanlon Nanette Teresa Phyllis Kirby Marillyn Wetzel Bernice Long Mary Cummings Nat Rohe club officers Bernice Long presi- dent Nat Rohe, vice president Mary Jensch, secretary Kay Williams, treasurer. Marillyn Wetzel with a group of pupils at Brentwood Elementary school, where Mount practice teachers observe and teach. Members of the Mount information com- mittee who spoke to high school stu- dents during vocation week on the value of teaching as a vocation are: Mary Clare O'Brien and louise Powers, standingp Joann Musumeci, Marillyn Wetzel, and Marjorie O'Hanlon, seated. Mary Jensch demonstrates new motion picture camera for classroom use to Mary Clare O'Brien in the audio-visual room. 3'M!cf' W' 'VN QF Qiwr- ii - I 'N - V2 A I A - . U W in g , , K I W, A f ff . , YQ A 2: Q' ' I ,., t I 7' fi , 1 4 C 361' , X, Z Members of tion trim Christmas cards for use in scrapbooks or as holy cards at the San Pagv .S'z'xl'y left to right: Pat Johnson, treasurer, Gloria Padilla, vice-presidentg Adelaide Spuhler, president, Connie Rodee, corresponding secretary, Emily Doll, social secretary. x Sa X sx swf' J 3 'QQ Q 339 Membership: social welfare, economics, sociology maiors and interested students . . . purpose: to promote interest in social and economic activities . . . objectives: draw attention to current social, cultural and economic problems through informative lectures . . . films and discussion periods . . . field trips . . . international relations . . . settlements . . . service to needy . . . Canoga Park . . . Interracial week sponsors . . . club advisors: Sister Regina Joseph, Sister St. Francis, Dr. Mary Stanton . . . president, Adelaide Spuhler . . . vice- president, Gloria Padilla . . . treasurer, Pat Johnson . . . assistant treasurer, Helen Kemper . . . social secretary, Emily Doll . . . corresponding secretary, Connie Rodee . . . interracial committee chairman, Marianne De Coursey. the SWES organiza- Fernando settlement. , xg , fn -uv 3 1 5. SWES members with moderator, Dr. Stanton, visit Camarillo State Hospital. Economic students, Dylia Aragon, Olga Stadthagen, Mary Yurich, and Pauline Chang, chat on way to Dr. Han's lecture. SWES members repair dolls for San Fernando settlement party. , ,V ,, N iv V KE X, . .N ,N f V :cs cw. sf ,4 N N . S? as , 0.5 was I N Page Si.x'1'y-one ,444 ,wp left to right: Art students, Mau- reen Trounce, Arleen Brady, Aud- rey Telley, and Kay Williams, work on their individual proiects in the art room, Art exhibits in the lounge . . . drawings in art perspective . . . water color . . . Sister Ignatia, department head . . . an April display . . . Mr. Kelly . . . paintings in the library . . . fine art . . commercial art . . . recognition for interracial posters . . . field trips . . . more art. fqq e ,sw 1 1 fi-M5 'figs W 'He i .Y M--sf 'I .2 Rosemary Mikulich poses for art students in their figure sketching Artists with satisfaction touch up their final sketches. class. Pagv Sixty-lzc'0 6ll'l'll'l'lCL FIRST ROW, left to right: Pat Murphy, Adelaide Spuhler, Rose Marie Bachand, Murielle Rheaume, Mary Beth Baca, Bernice long. SECOND ROW: Mary Frances Sar- gent, Eleanor Roberts, Joann Musumeci, Mary Connolly, Mary Janney, Mary Margaret Schaefer, Azilda Charbonneau, Kathleen Regan. THIRD ROW: Susan Robertson, Frances Carretta, Joan Russell, Peggy Bradish, Marie lamlaert, Kathleen long, Joyce Pinnock, Eloise Martinez, Dorothy Shevlin, Mary Margaret Connolly. igma ,Oki .Shrorify " ,, ,V 9 l Q ff ' QW? , 1 ,-., . 1 1 gms sg vw Friendliness . . . sincerity . . . loyalty . . . rush tea . . . Chateau Elysee . . . formal acceptance dinner . . . Somerset House . . . supper dance for Notre Dame team . . . pledge party . . . formal presentation dance . . . Cocoanut Grove . . . hell-week-end . . . Laguna . . . preference dinner . . . Bit of Sweden . . . installation of new officers: Mary Connolly, president . . . Joann Musumeci, vice-president . . . Eleanor Roberts, corresponding secretary . . . Mary Janney, recording secretary . . . Mary Margaret Schaefer, treasurer . . . Susan Robertson, publicity . . . coke and record party . . . active-alumnae meetings . . . senior farewell dinner. SEATED, left to right: Murielle Rheaume, presi- Gamma pledges presented at the Coconut Grove are, kneeling: Peggy Bradish dent, Kathleen Regan, vice-president, Mary and Dorothy Shevlin, Standing are Frances Carretta, Susan Robertson, Marie Margaret Schaefer, publicity. Lambert, Kathleen Long, Pat Murphy, and .loan Russell. STANDING: Azilda Carbonneau, recording . secretary, Bernice long, treasurer, .loann Musu- P0376 Sixty-H1766 meci, corresponding secretary. .jgalalaa mega Srorify Founded l929 . . . to promote: high standards of truth, loyalty, friendship . . . rushing . . . informal western party . . . pledge dinner at Tropics . . . Christmas pledge party at Pat Reno's . . . formal presenta- tion in Colonial Room ot the Ambassador . . . trip to Arizona . . . hell- week-end at Balboa . . . fashion-tea for charity in May . . . president, Dede Hills, vice-president, Anna Marie Puetz, secretary, Joyce Devine, treasurer, Nancy Parnin. FIRST ROW, left to right: Nancy Parnin, Margie Gegg, Anna Marie Puetz, Francis Hills, lois O'Connell. SECOND ROW, left to right: Mar- cella Ryan, Lonnie Schell, Mary O'Keefe, Millicent Russell, lea O'Donnell, Gloria Nitrini, Monica Kilkelly, lois Johnson. tr TOP PICTURE, left to right: Kappa officers are Nancy Parnin, secre- tary, Francis Hills, president, Anna Marie Puetz, vice-president, Joyce Devine, secretary. E BOTTOM PICTURE: Kappa pledges are honored by the members at the annual presentation at the Am' bassador. P 'Sixt 1- our fuel nf Q A, ir fi t . Wjxwaa. . l ,. ,ch rv i' :- L 5 ' ' 6114.14 Aa Zefa .Shrorif I0 ? Tau Alpha Zeta members entertain at their annual pledge dinner at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. left to right: Peggy Mcloone, louise Powers, Rosemary Stewart, Emily Doll, Shirley Zerkie, and Mary Krug in a between-classes get-together. fi 'F va V' N -Pi A 'rv . 'fix Nl- ,wma Rush week -tea, circus party, acceptance dinner . . . Christmas baskets . . . presentation at Beverly Hills Hotel . . . initiation at Malibu . . . relief drive and Red Cross donation . . . China Town dinner barbecue at Camarillo . . . help to a needy family . . . Mother's Day breakfast . . . showers . . . Easter Laguna trip . . . Senior night. Left to right: Rosemary Schuler, treasurerg Pat Reisner, secretary Genevieve De Grood, presidentg Huguette Hery, vice-president Joan McNulty, historian. f r X Q ., f... .,f W1 ,M A A S X ,Mx ,Q X , f,,- ,M J f. swan wwunv- WI. 'f' W3 , g X iv- , wwf,-f. My "B A A fx-QM Konv M 1 f' 'M' 'ff' ' K 5: 'Q A M-wvwfn nf 1: , MM-f ,,aa:"H- WW?" QM A .J ,, 1, ,Mm - 2 ww wr- NYM A- ' -X f M ,W-, W-f af mfg ff. mv M ' "'- A ' whim -Q vvfH,'zn.f' 1 ' . . Q , , -, 4 . , 1- Q - V ., ,. W, W-. , M, ,.. fm-.,f. ,,x',.,.,Qw 19' in .1.j,,5pW ff 'wwf' . .,,,, v..f44,-,,,,f.,,'f ff -ff .W ' 1- y:'Lf'S fm-ww.-MALWSR. N... We f, ..,,,s, ...L 1. 4 K.-L ...V Lx. 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K Z ,3,,, v r 7 SAJN Q, wat - 'z33QMnm,'M A ,, , we 'fig' We f f f T' ifmrf 'I' -' X 9 Nw' wing fAe incenbe, 'Min , P0171 g0lll" MOLUQIHAKQC! CQHJQP. lv 1. If X52 T51 is if Pa ge Sixty-5e've'rZf unior - enior rom Friday the thirteenth . . . formol invita- tions . . . formol dress . . . Ocean House . . . cool green ond grey . . . spring . . . in the oir . . . in the music . . . in the flowers . . . silver bracelets with college crest for seniors . . . music by Pete Lubisich ond his orchestra. Nur Rohe, Dorothy DeVargas, louise Powers, Joann Musumeci, and their escorts enioy the dance music at the prom, Oscar Rasuro, Mary Jensch, Mary Blarz, and Dr. Emmet! Jennings discuss the dance in the Ocean House lounge during intermis- sion. ,..................,.............T ,,,,-,.,,,,,,..,., Back at the Mount, the girls and their dares exchange "goodnites" after the prom, the most import- ant dance of the year. Pnlgr' ,X1.xI'1'-f'z4gl1l Left to right: Genevieve DeGrood, George Gorciak, Marian Clark, Bob Hebets, Elaine Moore, and Danny Shambaugh officiate as sheriff, deputies, and first ladies of the ball. Costumed couples dance in the Social Hall, deco- rated like an early California mining town. wa f me ' 5041 fm M 1 l l S 5 49ers, cowboys, Clementines, old-fashioned girls . . . February 26 . . . mellow music of La Verne Boyer's orchestra . . . tepee, bank, jail . . . "Check your guns" . . . pretzels and sarsaparilla . . . grand march . . . sheriff Bob Hebets Shambaugh and George Gorciak and their first ladies with Marian Clark . . . deputies Danny Elaine Moore and Gen de Grood . . . Louise Powers and Kevin Smith--most original costumes . . . Adelaide Spuhler and Jim Sullivan -funniest costumes . . . I2 o'clock and adios! Y Adelaide Spuhler and her escort, Jim Sullivan, easily win the prize for the funniest costumes at the ball. Page Sixty-nirze enior arewe! lance waxy LEFT TO RIGHT: Working on the dance committee are Estelle Zehngebot, publicityg Murielle Rheaume, general chairmonp Mary Yurich, orchestrag and Natalie Rohe, bids. Annual attair tor college benefit . . . Palos Verdes Country Club . . . April 29 . . . Alan Gordon's orchestra . . . intormal . . . moonlight on the ocean . . . conver- sations in the patio . . . formal bids . . . Nat Rohe . . . Mary Yurich . . . Pat Riesner . . . Estelle Zehngebot . . . hard-working committee . . . personal announcements . . . stage show in Little Theatre . . . "Burma Shave" signs on Mount road advertising . . . Senior Farewell Dance. ri - ororifg ga! Gamma Sigma Phi . . . Kappa Delta Chi . . .Tau Alpha Zeta . . . fun and hard work . . . meetings . . . plans for annual winter dance at Kathleen O'Rourke's home . . . decorating tor ball in the social hall . . . Christmas trees . . .glitter- ing stars . . . ginger ale and pine- apple sherbet . . . making more new friends . . . keeping the old . . . proceeds tor charity. Pr14gr.S'mm1fy Couples group at punch table during intermission. 22,0 M1704 Rush, rush . . . hord work . . . "Where's the poper," . . . no scotch tope . . . need more stors ...the wolls tolling . . . where's the lodder . . . who's got the scissors . . . somebody go get Mortin...sotired...ohmy...let'sgo... ho hummmm" . . . up the hill . . . into o gorden . . . soft lights . . . ivy woll . . . showers of stors . . . silhouettes in the moonlight . . . glit- tering notes . . . dreomy music . . . Rhythm Aces . . . oh-h-h . . . Deep Purple Boll. A Members of Deep Purple Bull committee hold miniature dance decorations. Couples dance to music of Rhythm Aces at Deep Purple Bull. Page Seventy-one i Wu! fl gf' . S1'z'z'11l1'-fz CLP? is Cty The doy we honor Mory, our Queen cmd Mother, cut the Mount . . . High Moss ond Holy Communion . . . breokfost with our own mothers . . . rosory procession . . troclitionol flower crown ploced on Mory's stotue by our white-gowned prefect, while the student body sings hymns . . . smiles in Heoven. TOP PICTURE, left to right: Marguerite Biggs, Dolores Bowler, and Mary Dolores Buckley lead the Mary's Day procession into chapel. BOTTOM PICTURE, left to right: Mary Dolores Buckley, Marguerite Biggs, and Dolores Bowler prepare to place 'he Mory's Day crown on the statue of the Blessed Virgin. Co eg? P Lark on the Wing . . . Emmet Lavery . . . direction by Mrs. Davis . . . sentimental comedy of characters . . . two perform- ances . . . Wilshire-Ebell Theatre . Mount thespians at their best . . . locale - woman's college . . . Carol "Spiff" Sebas- tian, the college amazon . . . Murielle "Drizzle" Rheaume, the poet on the wing . . Doris "Lovey" Schuck, the class beauty . . . Alice "Maggie" Kraemer, left of left but honest . . . Bernadine "Jinx" lbbetson, the eternal stroggler . . . Marilyn "Rosey" Mullin, an intellectual . . . Estelle "Minnie" Zehngebot, the college smoothie . . . flaw- less performance . . . success. 1 KNEELING: Marilyn Mullin, Bernadette lbbetson. STANDING: Estelle Zehngebot, Doris Schuck, Murielle Rheaume, Carol Sebastian, Alice Kraemer. Wim - . X 1 'ml YW 5 , if 5 :f Q X -Q' l Eff' K it 5 Q X Eg? RM Kay Mackin, Betsy Knieriem, and Carol 5 ,Q A Gallagher advertise annual Mount play MWWPMN in Muriorie O'Hanlon's especially painted CCY. Page Sezwrzty-tlzree TOP PICTURE: Lois O'Connell and Murielle Rheaume plan "Night at the Mount" show with Pat O'Brien and Harry Brown. BOTTOM PICTURE: Roddy McDowell, Richard Long and Marshall Thompson sing their trio rendition of "Blue Moon." iew Mrmclay puffy View Birthday Party . . . Sunday, April 24 . . . volleyball games between colleges . . . original entertainment . . . box lunches for two . . . dancing till ten . . . View Queen, Lois O'ConneIl . . . penny pitching . . . sorority booths . . . cake sales . . . ice cream . . . songs and laughter . . . crepe paper booths . . . dart games . . . proceeds for The View . . . party sponsored by the Press Club .. .forthe fourth time . . . many happy returns. Pago' .S'vz'1'rzfy-fozu' Hgh af fke ami Night at the Mount . . . benefit for the annual . . . bingo . . .cake booths . . . coffee shop . . . lemon pie . . faculty and parents ioining in . . . homemade candy in Adelaide's booth . . . Katie Regan with a loud cry: "Only two places left on the board" . . . editor Lois carefully overseeing events . . . senior presi- dent Murielle top-planner . . . entertainment with Pat O'Brien, Richard Long, Roddy Mc- Dowell and Marshall Thompson . . . Loyola's Paul Picerni, emcee . . . Harry Brown's tunes . . . Little Theatre packed . . . happy event. W Frank Beck opens his box lunch at THE VIEW Birth- day Party as Rosemary Stewart, Leo Habel, and Carolyn Washburn look on. Mr. Covington - " . . . for harmony you must play on the black and white keys . . . " Emmet Lavery - "Thomas Merton looked for the center of things and found it in God . . . " Fr. Schmiedeler- " . . as the family is, so is the state . . . " Dr. Han-"The moral or upright will never be alone." Fr. Wm. Whitlow--"If Christianity fails to affect Japan today, we are going to suffer." uedf ,Sided 8106 REVEREND THOMAS J. McCARTHY, Ph.D. Annual student retreat . . . Ash Wednesday, Thurs clay, Friday . . . Fr. McCarthy, Ticlings editor . . . power ful sermons . . . moving simplicity . . . "Wake up to the evils of your century . . . know the subtle motto of secularism: success before sanctity" . . . look for answers ...in your faith . . . in imitation of Mary . . . in personal love of her Son. I sv ,.,,-.,s -- yy F' girtfx '05, .,ffff1+'c. .f . -X. X. 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Deenie Ibbetson and Betty Parker "study hard," waiting for 9:30 bell Pagi' .S'f':'wr1ty-six' 1 g , Day-hops, Rosemary Schuler, Wanda Mankiewicz, and Kath- leen O'Rourke, leave Walter's bus in the morning and head for their lockers. Between classes Mary Clare O'Brien, Natalie Rohe, and Mary Jensch prepare last minute assignments on library steps. Patsy Campbell, Eleanor Roberts, and Pat Riesner spend lunch period around a table in the patio Cty .gilflblell til "Wait for me, Arnold! . . . dizzy ride each morning . . . tickets! . . . can I borrow a punch? . . let's go to our lockers . . . has the second bell rung? . . . some bridge in the lounge next period . . . cat open yet? . . . too cold to eat outside . . . see you in the library . . . meeting's in the browsing room-3:30 . . take the late bus . . . going all the way, Howard? . . wait for Wanda . . . have to do it tomorrow . . there goes the horn ll ! 2 K at MV . 4NN,,,AMMAw,., H age Svzwzty-svwlz H l J 3 I I r 1 ,.a a 'E m-lr' Um- ' ' A 'j??': if fg ' . . f l"E.?Tggx'i 3 5 , ' 4 1 X53 :Q V, ,M f iw A, 5 4 X Pc' 'Vi xg .' 4. s 1 '- y S? ha VI- ' , ' R QQ, ' . : , 5 Q if " qt' fx ,ali ' 6 ,4 ,r f .. 'gf gpm' 1 T' Qi SES N N , P.-Spf ' X' Y , 'divx ,S Say. .. , g M ,,,, , .qv 1. 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December 11 December 15 - January 3, 1949 . . . . January 16 . January 20-26 January 27, 28, 29 SPRING SEMESTER Registration . . Relief Drive Dance Press Forum . Gold Rush Ball . Retreat . . . St. Patrick's Day Party . JCSA Communion-Breakfast Easter Vacation . . Senior Farewell Dance Mary's Hour - Coliseum Boarders' Open House . Student Body Elections Junior-Senior Prom Field Day . . Ascension Thursday Baccalaureate Mass Finals .... Resident Students' Banquet Senior Banquet . . Commencement . January 31 February 14 February 23 . February 26 . March 2, 3, 4 . March 17 March 27 April 13-20 April 29 May 1 May 2 May 12 May 13 May 19 May 26 . . May 29 May 27 -June 3 . . June 1 . June 4 . June 5 Page Eiglzty-sezfetz . flu Obllflt N Nur x. 'K-Ir wr' left to right: Azilda Charbonneau, Fran Sargent, Natalie Rohe, lois O'Connell, Joann Lindenfelcl, and Kay Williams plan the layout for the '49 annual. Third year ot publication ot The Mount . . . early planning tor pictures, pages . . . continual subscription drive . . . class representa- tives: Lea O'Donnell and Eileen Micklish, Shirley Zerkie and Barbara Galen, Mary Clare O'Brien and Marianne De Coursey, Estelle Zehnge- bot and Mary Jensch . . . underclassmen assistants . . . successful "Night at the Mount" . . . theme - Calitorna Centennial for the class of '49 . . . scenic shots-"ls there enough light?" . . . club shots today . . . with much ot Mr. Garrick's help . . . statt positions - tull- time jobs. SW! Editor . . Lois O'Connell Assistant Editor .... Mary Joann Lindenteld Circulation .... Bernice Long Business . Mary Dolores Buckley Advertising . Carol Sebastian Patrons .... Patricia Spain and Mary Blatz Make-up .... Azilda Char- bonneau and Not Rohe Photography .... Mary Frances Sargent and Peggy Mc- Loone Art . . . 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