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

 - Class of 1950

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Mary's College invoke and fervenily ioin in lhese pelifions, ihey will be following fhe injunclion of "Sanctify yourselves, and be ye holy, because I am the Lord your God." ARCHBISHOP OF LOS ANGELES ' M 'Toi X 5-f...i!l .5 " - POSSA OUESTO ANNU VERAMENTE ANTO ESSERE PER KUMANAFANIGLIA ANNUNZIATURE ILUNA NUUVI-X ERA ILPPXEEDE PROSPHLWA DE PROGIQESU l UM l Fx W KPN W 1 NBWWWERQYAA 1950 NNO SAN "M y H1 H ly Y b f II y of purifica d ' f' i f If d p h y of fhe greaf efurn d f h f , lf nl y V T55 F! 1 'W .M XvM1yrN flW'WlU'W0 Qvlgegfyyl :Mm N I ::,S52,,6. n I in-hklllg na E S- Z f-.S,T-,-,Q T, fa qu. . in R A I Q -.144 " If ' I 9 +Pd Awiifeu of czimf goaeflfl we cfsrficafs 55155 K' il B 0 OLUL TOO Q emi .f 'zaisnf and uzfwze: Q Mouni' Sain+ Mary's l925- I 950 Y I X45 '53 8? 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For you, if represenfs fhe realizafion of your hopes and your endeavors of fhe pasf four years. For Mounf Sf. Mary's College, if marks fhe fwenfy-fiffh anniversary of ifs founding, and for fhe Sisfers of Sf. Joseph, if commemorafes fhe fhree- hundredfh year of fheir esfablishmenf in far away France on Ocfober l5, I65O. Each of fhese milesfones complefed is a friumph of faifh and sacrifice. Faifh and sacri- fice on fhe parf of sfudenfs, parenfs, feachers, priesfs, bishops, archbishops, popes, and all who have made possible fhe good fhaf has been accomplished here af Mounf Sf. Mary's Col- lege and in fhe numerous insfifufions conducfed by fhe Sisfers of Sf. Joseph in our own coun- fry and in ofher lands. If is our hope and our earnesf prayer fhaf fhis faifh and fhese sacrifices will bear fruif in your lives so fhaf you will be worfhy of your glorious herifage - devofed members of your Church, loyal fo your counfry, Cafholic women of whom Mounf Sf. Mary's may well be proud. May God bless each one of you now and fhrough fhe years and may His Blessed Mofher keep you ever faifhful fo fhe ideals of frue Cafholic womanhood. is-LIE Haozilloweq Alfhough I reioice wifh you on fhe successful complefion of your work af fhe Mounf, if is wifh real regref fhaf I fhink of your leaving. Individually and as a class, you have endeared yourselves fo all here by your frue womanliness, your spirif of ready cooperafion, and your Ioyalfy. I feel confidenf fhaf you have made fhese qualifies parf of yourselves and fhaf you will culfivafe fhem more sfrongly sfill. They are whaf foday's world needs so desperafely in ifs women. You are leaving college in fhe midsf of fhe Holy Year when our Holy Fafher is pleading for all men fo re-consecrafe fhemselves fo Chrisf and fo dedicafe fhe force of fheir example- puny as if may seem-fo refurning all mankind fo Chrisf. Answer his call fo you in your everyday lives - no maffer in whaf spheres fhose lives may be lived - by modeling Our Blessed Lady before a world which needs fo have fhe ideals of purify, selflessness, solicifude for ofhers, and devofion fo whaf is righf puf, as if were, concrefely before if. My prayers and good wishes are wifh you. I frusf fhaf fime will nof weaken fhe im- pressions made on you by your associafion wifh Mounf Sainf Mary's and fhe Sisfers, buf rafher sfrengfhen fhem. Refurn offen fo renew fhem. May Our Blessed Lady guide you in all you do. Never will you call on her in vain. May she never ask in vain from you. f THE EXECUTIVE OFFICERS MOTHER ROSEMARY . . . Honorary Presicleni' MOTHER MARGARET MARY . Presidenf Emeri'rus MOTHER AGNES MARIE .... Presideni SISTER ROSE DE LIMA . . . Dean of Siudies SISTER ROSE GERTRUDE . Dean of ResicIen'r S+udenI's SISTER MARY TERESA ..... Regis+rar SISTER MARY ELEANOR . . Treasurer SISTER CATHERINE ANITA . . Librarian JVI CSJIXI C cuffy Row I Sisfer Genevieve Marie-Nursing Educahon -......1 ' 1 Row I Sisfer Caiherine Aniia-Librarian Sisfer Mary Celesfine-Music Sisfer Mary Teresa-Regisfrar Sister Eioise Therese-Modern Languages Row 2 Sisfer Mary Dolorosa-Classical Languages Sisfer Mary Timoihy-Music Sisier Mary Horiensia-Educafion Sisier Mary Doiorine-Domesiic siaff Sisier Mary lgnafia-Ari' Mft 5- ' K Row I Sisier Mary Pa+ricia-English Sisfer Frances Bernard-Office siaff Sisier Mary Gerald-Biology Sisfer Rose Gerfrude-Mafhema+ics Row 2 Sisfer Gerfrude Joseph--Biology Sisfer Marie de Lourdes-English Sisier Alice Marie-Chemisiry and Physics Sisfer Mary Margueriie-Home Economics Sisfer Mary Germaine-Laiin and His+ory Sisfer S+. Francis-Social Sciences Sisfer Mary Rebecca-Nursing Educa+ion Row 2 Sis+er Agnes Bernard-Hisiory and Polifical Sciences Sisfer Regina Joseph-Social Sciences Sisfer Mary Nazaria--Office sfaff noi' picfured: Sisfer Mary Berenice-Assisfani Superior Sisfer Mary Euphrasia-Domesfic siaff Sisier Generosa-Hisiory Sisier Rose de Lima Dean of Sfudies 511 Rev Mic:-MEL HANLON ,gf Cancer Research Q 4,-1,,f:lf.,'5 "Y lawn? ,"'i' N Qu...-f"' ii O IL . J fail' MRS CHARLOTTE FREIDLANDER Modern Languages lcenier piciurel REVEREND JOSEPH A. VAUGHAN, S.J For eighieen years Fa+her Vaughan 'raughi and advised faculry and sludenfs. He now conducis re'frea+s al 'rhe Jes- uiis' El Reiiro, buf will be re- membered here by lhose who knew his easy explanafions of philosophy, his cigar, and his mischievous chuckle. DR. JOSEPH A. POLLIA MISS ROSE MARY SCHWER Drama I6 REV. JAMES O'REILLY vs iwfi . ' - Y 'QM' REV. JAMES N. CORBETT Philosophy mx l' Is, MR. PAUL PICERNI Drama A Q 'Q ,531 , Miss HALLIE BUNDY Chemis+ry Sw 4-. Qilillfv- MISS DYM PNA O'CONNELL Home Economics and English lcenler piclurel MRS. CHESTER COMEAU Home Economics ' l..-gsm MISS MARY STANTON Social Welfare MR. ROBERT GREENBER6 Ari Facully members noi piclured Miss Sally Parlcer-Physical Eclucafion Miss Margaref Thurber-Cancer Research Very Rev. Msgr. Parriclc Dignan-Philosophy Mr. Eddison Von Ollenfeld-Music Reverend Palrick Roche-Philosophy Reverend Joseph Weyer-Philosophy U emo 'dam I would noT honor you wiTh flowers, lilies slim in silken albs, or roses vain in pink crimped caps. BuT if The nighT were mine To give, or yeT, The rain, I would call Them yours eTernally. Always aT nighT you would come, you, whose fingers wore by day The sTains of science. We, The home-sfarved ones, remember you by nighT- The comforT of your coming, wiTh a skirT sound sofT as feafhers of a Thrush closing on his breasT, wiTh beads ThaT chaTTed as you walked. We knew your eyes for glimpses of grey hills of home, your smile an afghan woven warm for us, candling The lonely masque of dark and rain. Yes, I would give The nighT, black-wimpled nighT, and rain, a sweeT cascade of rosary beads, if They were mine To give. I would call Them yours efernally- more, I would call Them you. -MargareT O'ConnelI Knoell '4I SISTER MARY IDA Died January 7, l950 For ThirTy-nine years SisTer Ida, The True religious Teacher, labored To acquire riches. Her childhood she gave To God: her long life she gave To God - a long life oT persisTenT, smiling, cheerful, unselfish service. Her accumulaTed wealfh-she carried iT all wiTh her. And This morning we can look up To heaven, see her welcomed by Almighfy God and given her place among The long line of sainTly ST. Joseph nuns waiiing There proudly To welcome her inTo Their sainTly miclsT. "Because Thou hasT been faiThfuI over a few Things, I shall place Thee over many Things." FaiThful over a few Things - raTher leT us say faiThful over many Things - and God will place her over many more. May we who are lefT behind, sfifling our own sorrow, reioice in her vicTory. Words of Reverend Joseph A. Vaughan, S.J. aT The funeral Mass for SisTer Mary Ida on January 9, I95O. Died November I6, I949 Lord, like This candle Am I. who aspire To consume my body In my spiriT's fire . . . " Alfred BarreTT, S.J. SisTer STe. Helene firsT quofed These lines To me nearly Tive years ago, and now, Thinking of her, I remember Them. I picTure her in The audiTorium of The Mounf, siTTing aT a IighT brown desk, lecluring To her freshmen. In memory, Sisfer leans back in her chair reciTing poeTry To spark young imaginaTions. She Takes off her glasses, Taps Them againsT an open book and TacTfuIIy addresses correclions To The ceiling. In her free Time, she holds uncaTaIogued seminars in conTemporary liTeraTure and kniTs blue sweaTers for innumerable nieces and nephews. Her Thoroughness shines Through in Iiffle Things: The Sign of The Cross before Taking even a glass of wafer, The in- sisTence on a specific word, a succincT reply. ln memory, The familiar phrases SisTer once said, I caTch and say again: "Read books ThaT make you grow, Then measure up . . . offer each decade of your Rosary for parTicuIar inTenTion . . . go To Europe before you geT married . . . Turning The heel of a sock is The easiesf parT . . . have you ever read The auTobiography of The LiTTle Flower? . . . why don'T you wriTe poeTry. You can you know . . . love your work, I do. I wanT To die Teaching." Love was her candle. She burned iT aT boTh ends for ChrisT in Himself and in His Children. IT did noT IasT The whole nighT of Time buT burns now in The day of eTerniTy. In heaven as on earTh, iT gives a lovely light. -'Mary Joann Lindenfeld '49 598' nl -, ,- A " ., -4, , x: ,. ff E? -A f f . , . 1 x, 'J va W . i , . ,H ,, ,. , ,. lk ,W , . 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A af' 5 F 7950 51250 'za . 3 2 , ,, my I .IC Hs.: '. , , ' 1 .s',. . ,X I E I, f I If W f A 5 .. .1 I L..--vv , . .,.-.1-1'-ff-ey 41 ..,44i- .- uf, 3 , , . Z' 1- A-3'f,m . ,..1 ,- aluofz giclee M Dffhm 5. f f X x Louise Powers Charlolule Aguiar Plesldeni Vice-presidenf ""7"s Q32 Mary Clare O'Brien Jean Kinney Secretary Treasurer "There is a class up al 'I'he Mounl . . .' Sepfember, I949 broughl lo fhe lop rung of fhe ladder seniors - elevalor rides, nighls oul, and firsl in line. Being firsf was nolhing new lo 'lhis class. Remember fhe firsf siudenl rosfer? They were fhe freshmen who published if. and fhe same year fhey became fhe firsi class fo claim membership in lhe swimming pool Hundred Club. Remember +he firsi Mardi Gras wiih i'ls millxmaid queen and farmer king? Wearers of kelly and gold caps arranged if and lafer served 'l'he 'Firsl brealcfasl given affer Baccalaureale Mass. Remember 'lhe 'firsf junior class fo sporf college rings and +o pass lheir spiril and loyaliy fhrough fhe Big Sisler program? Remember, even more recenlly, The firsl Senior Mo1'her's Tea and Day of Recollecfion? All were lradifions begun by fhe silver iubilee class. They no'l' only slaried new iradilions, bu'r coniinued lhe old - lhe Deep Purple Ball, Nighl' af lhe Mounl, Farewell Dance, and Aloha Banquel. "And on fhis class you can always couni . . . The Class of l950l" :braille iw 7V 1 ' V-5 Cfzafcfoffs cqgciaaz byfia c:4'za9orz B C4 Music Major-Business Adminisfrafion Minor Business Adminisfrafion Major-Spanish Minor Kapaa Kauai, Hawaii Belin, New Mexico Senior class vice-presiden+ SWES vice-presidenf Freshman glass vice-presidenf lnfernaiional Languag Club secre+ary Music Club vice-presidenf Sodalify Drama Club VV.A-A. Glee Club Red Cross par'ries HKIKI.. HDI.. Hawaiian beauiy . , . dimplecl smile . . . lrop- Ping pong champ . . . sfudious and cooperaiive ical songbird . . . wifh a business mind . . . . . . noi' a lrue Californian because sl1e's always flair for fhe clramalic. cold . . . has a warm "hello" for everyone f f 1 a t ' A 'I ' J A CAA! i v is yr-, if . x "dia i X .J Bdlgdid Bdlllii Group Maior Inglewood, California Tri-Rho Club Boarder Council freasurer Boarder represen'ra+ive Sfudeni' feacher INTER NOS conlribuior "BOBBIE" Grinds ou? poefry . . , "Lislen fo me, please' . . . hi+s 'the high nofes . . . clrarnafic humor . . . ballerina. 5lfla'zy 6411115 Bacfgsz English Maior-Philosophy Minor Los Angeles, California Junior dance commillee Annual circulafion commiilee Parnassians vice-presideni' Sodalify W.A.A. "BECKY" Graceful hands . . . faifhful Parnassian . . . expressive eyes . . ready, willing, and able plus. I 41 v mqi Rl , fi , . Uofaffa casey Sociology Major-Philosophy Minor Chicago, Illinois SWES Communify Chesf Drive Swimming gg bi Al dlflazy .foci Cassie!!! Social Welfare Maior-Economics Minor Los Angeles, California SWES Communily Clwesl' Drive chairman Field frips Tennis Social Welfare Sfudeni Body Social Welfare Siudenf Body "CASEY" "EFFlE" Blew in from line windy ci'ry . . . engaging "Number, please?" . . . Irish freckles . . . Pa+'s smile . . . adds class fo 'lhe class room . . . pal . . . digs in +l1e field of social welfare . , . inferesling conversafionalisf. a driving drooperf. ,af X SX l GJ +G'Wfa dlflazy UOIZIZOZQ Bacleriology Maior-Diefelics Minor Los Angeles, California Gamma Sigma Phi presiclen+ Red Cross pasl chairman Kappa Thela Mu vice-presiclen+ Home Economics Club Annual sraff-pholography "CUBBY" Pixie face . . . effervescenl' . . . Arnolcl's prize passenger . . . consisfenrly consiclerafe . . . Red Cross boosfer. '-'f 'wmmqgs dlflcmiamzs be Uouziay Social Science Major-English Minor Anaheim, California Sophomore class vice-presiclenl S+uden+ Body vice-presiclenf NFCCS Regional lnlerracial CommiH'ee chairman VIEW' circulalion manager Sodali+y "CURLEY" Five fool fwo, eyes of blue . . . persevering argylis+ . . . Carpino's alley . . . apple addicf . . . quiel buf efficienf worker. - -F ,.,,......-,, a i 9512506505 E5 gmac! Biological Science Maior-Music Minor Inglewood, California Sodalify prefecr and secrefary Junior class rreasurer NFCCS delegare Music Club Tri-Rho Club IIGENII Mad driver . . . explosive laugln . . . earnesl personalify . . . 'laffy fresses . . energefic . . . day-hop appefife boarderized. Cjuuz Cflfarzzza E5 .l,uz5 .5 Dieieiics Maior-Philosophy Minor Hilo, Hawaii Home Economics Club Red Cross Kappa Tl1e'ra Mu Sodali+y California Home Economics Associafion "CHOP STICKS" M.R.S. degree . . . blue eyes and long brown hair . . . carries Hawaiian sunshine in her smile. -S D . "--, Q--swf gwfur-,A"f l s--.. dlfafafia Cazof gaffaggz-:rc cjoaffa f:l7Zcz'cc!smarz Home Economics Major-Philosophy Minor Music Major-Philosophy Minor Beverly Hills, California Eusebians freasurer Home Economics Club Red Cross Sodalify Tau Alpha Zefa "GlNKY" Ouief efficiency . . . "l'll drive" . . . parf-fime boarder . . . black coffee . . . elfin feafures. Los Angeles, California Red Cross chairman of Disasfer Commiffee Music Club Sfudenf 'reacl1er Delia Sigma Thefa-Pi Chapfer SWES "JOEY" e feacher . . . "Are flwere any seconds, please?" . One-girl orclwesfra . . . fufur . . .indispensable classmafe. ..,Qhv -snugly f 5 Q v bell-runner f 6 -b., , rn.. " Qzarzcss Dafos clfiffs Hisfory Maior-English Minor Sanfa Monica, California Eusebian presidenf and vice-presidenf Kappa Della Chi presideni' Annual sfaff-adverlising ediior S+uden+ Council Nighf ai +l1e Mounf-publicify commi++ee "DEDE" Class sleeper . . . liospifable Hills . . . whole- some . . . sophisiicafed model . . . Arizona an- cesfors . . . "Wl1a+ a bird." J Q, 'Z R l .afgm is gjafziaia gfofinaolz B Social Welfare Major-Economics Minor Fresno, California SWES 'Treasurer Sodalify co-'chairman of Aposiolic Commiifee W.A.A. Communify Cliesi' Drive Red Cross "PATTY" Mail and giffs galore . . . Fresno . . . casual wallc and fall: . . . Fresno . . . Social welfare field frips . . . Fresno . . . smiles. I 'ii' , l - V7 aamze Kngiforz aan CRLLiiE,ZZ7 mfzrzay Lf Group Major Malhemalics Maior-Chemislry Minor Grand Rapids, Minnesola Los AngeleS. California Tau Alpha Zela presidenl Senior class freasurer Tri-Rho Club Pi Della Phi vice presidenl' Choral Kappa Thefa Mu SWES lnlernafional Language Club Soclalily Sodalily "RED" UJEANIUSH Maroon Mercury . . . red hair . . . yellow sheels precocious piano prodigy . . . sharp wil . . . . . . lwinkling eyes . . . non-slop lo Brenlwood ideal chernisf-can'l smell . . . Aller Bill comes . . . Minnesola, hals oil lo fheel malh . . . Chrislmas wedding. x 29 Bsffy cazof lkinfizf Nursing Educaiion Major-Social Science Minor Phoenix, Arizona School nurse Mercy College of Nursing College of Holy Names Regisfered Nurse Mid-semesfer graduaie "NURSIE" Girl behind ihe wheel . . . false fwo aspirins and go +o bed . . . funny bone . . . siarched while insiead of Navy blue. xy . A l .,,, ' M . , , .. :i p ,wmv-MW Efizagsffi gang iifzivzizm English Major-Philosophy Minor Los Angeles, California S'ruden+ Body presideni VIEW' edi'ror Freshman Class presidenl' Tau Alpha Zefa secre+ary S+uden+ handbook edifor "BETSY" Husfle busfle . . . ever-faifhful hof rod . . how does she do i+ all? . . . friends plus . . VIEWpioneer, ediforialisf, All-American gefier mah' diqfica gosaflgims .ljfuzznzez English Maior-Hislory, Philosophy, Psychology Minor Placenlia, California Sfudenl' Body social secrerary Sludenl Body 'rreasurer and secrelary THE IIIOUNT associale edifor Freshman class ireasurer TIIE VIEW' business manager "ALLY" Never-say-die spirif . . . Carpino's alley . . . a leader . . . Placenlia and Newporl' . . . gen- erosify plus . . . everywhere she goes-pande- monium. 'W cHitfi KLIZBZ English Major-I-lisrory Minor Rochesfer, New York lnlernafional Language Club Press Club Tri-Rho Club Sodalify publicily co-chairman INTER NOS confribulor "RUTHlE" Off lo fhe Sanla Monica library , . . lilerary lass . . . perl' and pensive . . . Philbin's pas- senger, 'fhen The Greyhound lo Long Beach. mlm Qygwi . . mx 5lfla'zy Effsrz liigzrzs Locfaffa dlflorziclzus .fofocfs Physical Educaiion Major-Social Welfare Minor Business Adminisfrafion Maior-Spanish Minor Los Angeles, California Tienisin, China W.A.A. 'rennis manager Pi Delia Phi pregidenf Tau Alpha Zefa SWES Tri-Rho Club SWES ln+erna'rional Language Club S0dali+y lnlernafional Relafions Club "MEL" "ODlTTl" Lower courl' inhabilanf . . . lefler girl . . . Mel, Linguisf . . . inferesiecl parficipanl in currenf Mazy and O .... clufierecl locker . . . lunch sfuclenf evenfs . . . avid reader . . . long beau- on lhe run. fiful hair . . . poised and preHy. fi .fu llfcromza .dmazy Home Economics Maior-Economics Minor Physical Educa+ion Major-Social Welfare Minor Sl"an9h6l. China Alhambra, California Home Economics Club W.A.A. presidenl' Kappa Thefa Mu Trl-Rho Club Recl Cross SWES lnlernalional Language Club 50d6lil'Y Fashion Show Baslcefball, volleyball varsily "LlLl.lAN" "MAZY" , Commuies from Alhambra . . . fransfer, lrans- Talenfed seamsfress . . . colorful clolbes . . Capable wifh her hands and mind l I 5 finy fer, fratnsfer . . . alhlefe supreme . . . acceP+s Package of charm. . responslbilllies of W.A.A. prexy wilb a smlle. if-ii,-Q. 'W' 976112051 cflfliyakis dlfldiydllll SMLLIZIZEWQIZIZ B 54 Social Welfare Maior-Economics Minor English Maio,--Drama Minor L05 An9eleS. California Sanfa Barbara, California SWES Parnassians lnferracial Commiffee lnfernafional Language Club lnfernafional Relafions Club Conference I'11jll' sfaff N.S.A. Regional Conference INTER N03 conh-ibu+0r Communify Chesf Drive Tri-RI-,Q Club "MlKl" "MUN" lnfecfious smile . . . ferrific ferm papers . . Flies lcifes wifli Erica . . . I0 liffle brofliers frips fo L. A. library . . . Social Welfare maiors and sisfers . . . lilies foreign movies and pom sfill rave abouf flwaf Sulciyalxi dinner. egranafes . . . reads and wrifes poefry. -lf l D M1876 I I Jlflazy ggafziaia ffflfluzfzkiy oarm dlfluiunzaci Home Economics Major-Philosophy Minor Hisiory Maior-English Minor KIam,3+h Falls. Oregon Los Angeles, California Sodali+y secrefary Tri-Rho presidenl Annual slaff-make-up Gamma Sigma Phi vice-presidenf and secretary Red Cross fund chairman Red Cross secrefary Tri-Rho Club Eusebians Gamma Sigma Phi Sophomore dance commiffee "MURF" HMUSUH Luclc of lhe lrish , . . wearin' of fhe green Small balch o' nod . , . vivacious and diligenl sludenrs' pei leache r... cule freckles . . . . Have you boughf your CONCORD yer? compefenl worker. .. precisely accurale. FQ HW gfozia dwfzirzi B English Maier-Hisiory Minor Los Angeles, California THE .MOUNT edifor Parnassians presidenl' Eusebians Press Club Kappa Della Chi "ew emo PM Radiales happiness . . . Kappa chauffeur and P,-achcally 'Wes m her g,.ey coupe e inn-keeper . . . laillwful leHer ruler June Feafher D,-,ve a feagher In her cap bride . . . Diclc . . . Diclc , . . Duck "fi X1 K y9C" .4 'SR V Q ng D211 A-,gg f 4 P 8w"..4 ,4-7' 52 cflflwzy films LO'B'zian Maihemarics Major-English Minor Los Angeles, California Kappa Thela Mu presideni and freasurer Senior class secreiary Annual sfaff-circulafion manager Sodaliry Tri-Rho Club nO.B.ol Pelife, perf, and peppy . . . 'rifin and 'rifh- meiic . . . does so much so well . . . vifalify . . . indispensable fo campus acfivify. Q 36115010 0 !C7ClZfCl9lG6ll2 Physical Educafion Maior-Social Welfare Minor Los Angeles, California W.A.A. baslrefball manager Tri-Rho Club SWES Soclaliiy Tau Alpha Zefa ..O.. Responsible for many Mounf aihleiic vicfories . . . cheery smile . . . never wifhoul a funny slory . . . comic lyricisi. -,X , x v MMI? , , 4 . A 5.-Mao: 'win llifficzrz .gfiflgdllfi Login Business Adminisfrafion Maior-Sociology Minor Honolulu, T.H. SWES Tri-Rho Club lnferracial CommiHee ln+erna+ional Language Club Junior dance commiHce "LEO" "Knil one, purl +wo" . . . finy and lrim . . . never wifhouf her assignmenfs , . . spiriled sprile. 'Shafts Jlflczzy gauze 011 Home Economics Maier-Philosophy Minor CoHonwood, Idaho Red Cross vice-presidenl' and fund drive chairman Eusebians secrefary Kappa Tl'1e'I'a Mu Home Economics Club Annual sfaff-make-up ..MJ.. Coffonwood Tales . . . more fun! . . . wonder worlrer . . . one of fhe reasons 308 is so popu- lar . . . Culver Ciiy weekends. nfl Url 'uca Ecvalnazis DME -fjlfl 'iff 5450-5 05 English Maior-Spanish Minor Palm Springs, California Parnassians ln+erna+ional Languag TIDINUS reporler ln'I'er-American Union IYEPV confribuior "ORTHBALL MAO Remarlxable poefess . . Palm Springs and Naiural curly lhanr How abouf a swnm7 Lake Tahoe . . . liltes Merion and mounlaln soooooo capable Junior ll1er cel o s climbing . . . Blake, Bach, and kIiBS namel boarder day luop e C ub Soclalnfy Eucharushc CommlH'ee chairman " gfozia ijbmfifficz Social Welfare Major-Economics Minor San Diego, California N.S.A. regional freasurer SWES presidenf, vice-presidenf, and freasurer Philosophy award lnfernafional Language Club Sfudenf Council "KELVIN" Dynamife . . . N.S.A.'s pride and ioy . . falenfed wifh fhaf sfafion wagon . . . parlia- menfarian perfecfo. aflfcuzcy .fee gjamrziiz Social Welfare Major-Economics Minor Wesfwood, California Kappa Delfa Chi presidenf and freasurer Annual sfaff-adverfising edifor SWES Parnassians Eusebians "NANCE" Somefhing of fha enchanfmenf of fhe Islands . . . philosophical moods and gab fesfs . . . fha fidy fype. ggoqgfa 455156512 L-,OU.l:.iE .CDOM.TE'Z:i English Maior-His'l'ory Minor Malhemalics Maior-Philosophy Minor Redondo Beach, California Los Angeles, California Sodalily publicily co-chairman Senior, Junior class presidenl' Tri-Rho Club Mary's Hour co-chairman Parnassians Tri-Rho Club Press Club Kappa Tlmela Mu lnlernalional Language Club N.F.C.C.S. "GEORGE" "LOUISE" Down -lo Brenlwood in The blue monsler . . Efficiency plus . . . second lworne--Loyola Law lrelcs lo L. A. library . . . slalely walk . . School . . . mail order calalogues . . . besides dimples. every+l'1ing else, sl1eleacl1es. 3 . Aw- 'KQV-f 'm.,m,,, l ' JIZHQ 5lfla'ci.s gjuafz Group Maior Redondo Beach, California S+uden+ Council represen+a+ive-al-large Eusebians secrefary Kappa Delia Chi vice-presidenf Annual sfaff-pairons College plays "PUETZIE" Sledge-hammer humor . . . llie scrawl . . li ed o er an co s lalel Puefzie? . . r pp V Y W Y- songsfer . . , everybodxfs guesf. gfozia fpufmafz Mafhemalics Major-Hislory Minor Los Angeles. California Sodaliiy vice prefecl and freasurer Annual sfaff-business manager Eusebians W.A.A. Kappa Tl'1e+a Mu HGLO.. The Glo of vilalily . . . blonde curls bob all over 'Phe campus . . . mafh mogul . . . valuable. ffsanoz :R 055161 . Diefelics Maior-Chemislry Minor Los Angeles, California Red Cross chairman Kappa Thera Mu ireasurer Home Economics Club Gamma Sigma Phi Annual sfaff-pholography "ELLlE" Always ready for a ski irip . . . ex-grey lady . . . lasf row inhabilanf . . ."Smiley" . . . feaches own brand of lcnifiing. c 3 r ' ,.,. ,ls W W is K R.. Q51 g Q fi? g Qf-27 f X fi! ,via ' was Q fazoftiya Q. fades Social Welfare Maior-Econ Coronado, California Boarder Council vice-presidenf SWES secrefary Sellrlemeni CommiH'ee chairman Communily Chesl' Drive Social Welfare Sfudeni Body "CONNIE" "Where's a pillow?" . . . biller sweel . .. ing laughler . , . navy fliers and Coronado sparkling eyes. omucs Minor VOC . ' l S Q W , ...u X ,nw- .Nur X' mpgs Q5 6 aus Cat aurza uiionzan oan .fiifozgan Chemislry Malor Philosophy Minor Gardena, California Boarder Council presidenf and +reasurer Eusebians vice-presidenf Junior class vice-presideni' Kappa Theia Mu Cancer research "STORKY" Jusf a liffle chunlr of heaven . hal 308 . . . valve? raincoaf for a million and one friends. xiff. gall. .."'i WW C--Ng, WNMAW? 1019 fffaiiz cqnrz .giycfocu dlldiiy Usffsy JG 54 Home Economics Major-Business Adminisfrafion Minor Group Major Los Angeles, California San Francisco, California Music Club 'rreasurer Ar+ Club Glee Club Tri-Rho Club Home Economics Club Red Cross Red Cross U.C.L.A. fransfer Ari' Club Annual-ar+ siaff "NONEE" "AUDIE" Sleepy +ime al . . . sourlipaw . . . unclassifi- A irue baseball fan . . . ambifious argyler . able lau I1 . . . K.F.A.C. devo+ee . . . gorgeous ar+is+ic . . . warm laugh . . . "Is fhai' a Kaiser or 9 long hair. a Frazer?" r-tv: 'W 'T' 1 can Usfcpsfzirzg dlflazy gauze ijumsz Home Economics Maior-Philosophy Minor Nursing Educafion Maier--Sociology Minor Los Angeles, California Lancasier, Ohio Sodalify Our Lacly's Commillee chairman R-N- Home Economics Club Birmingham V. A. Hospifal Red C,-oss Social Science lnlfe,-na+gonal Language Club Six Vincen+'s field experience Mary's Day "TERPlE" "JANlE" A loyal library helper . . . red-rimmed glasses Brown-eyecl and fall . . . sfudious worlcer . . . . sweei as honey . . . a home-ec. hand . . . quiei and obliging . . . auburn hair wiih glasses cheslnuf hair. rims +o march. ' " " -' " v un! 'xl B Z2 f :Z "7 2543! ,, .b Q 44 ,.,'n 1 W .iY'- 7 :js vn Q ' X1 4491 fi , CY 1' '.!:6' , ,g 4, riSg'LJ,-4 Q 5 fp J" E, A ii I , if ggi, X ' Q -',f'qQ.:.,L-ulwj. ' f l 3 .g yay, N Q r y 'fir' 'VV ' 4 N' ff ' Fw? ' I will ..J'a'l:" ' 1' ii X. x?"f':Qiv:,w'-f'H' .L f -. r "f I .JT i fpafziaia 5437281 Uyfsz cyoaenzazy Uyfsz English Major-Hisfory Minor Spanish Major-English Minor Riverside, California Riverside. California Tri-Rho Club Tri-Rho Club lnlernalional Language Club lnfernaiional Language Club Sodalify SodaIi+y Parnassians Parnassians INTER NOS conlribulor VIEUQ INTER NOS conlribuior "PAT AND MISS" Well read . . . leaclners lo be . . . nimble fingers . . . sweefness and lighf . . , music, arf, and lileralure . . . homeward bound every lwo weelcs . , . inseparable sisfers . . . conversafionalisfs, .. Av- , Y, ' 5: - F 68 e - ,Q xf' ' :.1"'1,.. A ,V 3 13 .41 , 'S' 3 .f A I , .3 3, . K , . xx Q-4522331 vis xii? vw 5 wx ""'Sh WWF alba cmogw Gqmz flflhsfihzn 364. Arl Major-Business Adminislralion, Philosophy Minor San Diego. California Ari Club presiclenl Annual slaff-arl' eclilor Red Cross chairman of Disasler Commillee Press Club lnfernalional Language Club "LYNN" Masler arlisl . . . in Samoa lhey call her "Faulino" . . . down al Abner's . . . "Thai was a panic". . . Hmm, San Diego. i f ' X '1 '-il :I :vi if . 1 . ff L ff 'r- ii in lf' - 'x ' , gf Y :Q ' 1 6 it -if ,fi r f tram -,V 1 1 , 'HQ' X A A fi: fi ' A Z 1 Q, el MN wwf' 6 9501151 samzz Clflfaauaz Dielelics Major-Hislory Minor Los Angeles, California Kappa Thela Mu Home Economics Club Red Cross lnlernalional Language Club Tri-Rho Club "JEANNIE" "Those clarlc eyes wifh 'lheir soil ligh+" . . unique remarks in a small voice . . . unpredicf able sense of humor. . L gacquefiize fifafsnfirza flflhlia M3 Nagy? "JACY" Laughing eyes . . . married bliss . . . Pasadena io the Mouni ciaily . . . loyal fo Cal Tech . . disfincfive voice, Sodalify Ari Club California lnsiifufe of Technology Wives Club Group Maior Sania Rosa Jr. College 'rransfer-presidenl A.W.S. S6l3BS+0P0l. C-3lif0l'f1iG Camp Fire Girls Counselor Dear lllother lllary, help us, the graduates of this Holy Year 1950, to be real Catholic leaders. Help of Christians, obtain for us the four- age to dare to be different in the materinlistizi, serularistie zvorla' into which we are going. Help us to be true followers of your Son even if that fo.llou'ing should lead to Calvary. Amen. x,x ,Av Zi ' f '7' ' 533 51? 2 1 , V - Q ef Z . .. 2 4 - E Q ' ' - Q, s 3 2 :Z L Y ? ' F Q3 2 3 ' I 1 5 1 5 f :X 1 s 1 X 5 X x I i V Q an A A V- gy E 3 YQ ,,,f:,Q,1,N:Eilwa x x 1 ' - Hwff ' 'W -1 Wim . ' I Y , L , . V a AQW' -1,1 V 1. -5 I + A F Ae,,,WM4 ,fx-,Aux 1 An g 58, ' v s,,,:-'N Cx. X , I-.wk--V f 1 G A1 1 " 5 . g ' -A U-,X ,X 5 ,qu-. QP' 9 A A 2 -Q MQWN, sm ' :Eg i , 'WM 3 1-L31 . N x , . 5 1 1? 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' f N 'N-uf.,-M :Y-:K X ., , 5, ,- f Em E fi 0 fm. , ff ,J-,f-' U ,N ,, W., I z . ,.-L aniofz gb Qui ,li WS 4'-of Louise Powers puzzles feammales in a clwaracles session. .MM ,,. oshouse Senior class, clay sfudenls and boarders, join for a nighl' off campus amusemenl lhe obiecl' . . . fo lmmaculale Hearl"s "l Remember Mama" a broaclcasl "Firs+ Nigl1ler" . . . re-gafherings al' drive-inns . . . movies pol luck al Mary Alice OH's home . . . fun and fellowship. . Nerf Q --r-xfsilllq Q! . ,uv Senlofs lm lnfermission af "l Remember Mama." aw fif at fga Jlflounf The sfar-"S+op +ha+ Music"-Jimmy Duranfe. f-' f v,: ga ,f if r L, S A Q . if - 5 'Q Z' if 2 as E -X ,E img, ., r E if ii Q i F rs. Our capable M. C. Bob Garrick sfops oufside 'lhe Liffle Bob Mifchvllk BOYS Ch'-'lf "On ihe S'-"WY Side of 'lm Theafer 'lo speak wi+h Joan Leslie. S+ree1'." Mr. Duranfe and 'fhe co-chairmen of Nigh+ al' fhe Mounf, Louise Powers and Gloria Nifrini, smile after a successful evening. Senior class benefii' . . . annual fund . . . carnival ai' five . . . mulii-colored, gay boofhs and concessions . . . chances and raffles . . . posi' office surprises . . . bingo . . . penny pi+ch . . . cake boo+h's magnefic power for fhe boarders . . . sidewalk cafe . . . show a+ eighi . . . Jimmy Duranre . . . ad libs . . . Bob Mi+chell's Boys Choir . . .i "Panis Angelicus" . . . E'lane McCaffrey . . . "Sep+ember Song" . . . Bob Garrick, M.C. . . . couriesy of Farmer's Marker . . . full house . . . end of fhe rainbow for 'rhe Gallaghers . . . communify singing . . . Joan Leslie, guesr . . . siars on fhe sfage, in fhe audience, in fhe sky. El2iO'Z cvzswaff Banca il 59 The Los Angeles Racquel Club in Sanfa Monica-scene of X ihe I950 Senior Farewell Dance. K' , "' Dede Hills, Alice Kraemer, Louise Powers, Anna Marie M Puefz, Nancy Parnin, and Gloria Nifrini of 'fhe Senior Dance Commiifee wave "aloha" affer complefing plans fo launch +he U.S.S. Mounl on Hs final voyage. , . Y N W ,, , , 6 -7 , I W yr 1,43-wg, -3..-v-new-em H , -, V ' me-""f gi gv .4 ' if W Ship ahoy on 'rhe U.S.S. Mouni . . . life-saver announcemonis and life-preserver bids . . . seniors' lasi bon voyage +o 'ihe sfudenf body . . . all males on cleclc for sailing ins+ruc+ions ai Pier l..T .... Por+ Racquei' Club in Sania Monica Canyon . . . deparfure dale - Safurclay nigh+, April 22 . . . cruising 'rime - nine +o 'rwelve . . . "Aloha" sung by Charloiie Aguiar . . . Boafswain firsi class, Dave Evans and orchesfra . . . sal'ry sign-carriers . . . silver iubilee giff . . . sailor suiis lor suiiorsl . . . seniors sail over The "Deep Purple" . . . naufical buf nice. m W ,Ml J! W7 MW X' ' 694wM,b 4 dp, AWWVMW Q, A Z0 ,zifw ,QWMMJ77 K Kfmifl affm, W MLo':'V7'Z"'QAL ,111 ,WVV NK LU2iO'Z .sniofz .f mm Sania Monica Beach Club . . . fradirional grand march. . . sen- ior gifis . . . Safurday, May I3 . . . LaVerne Boyer's orcheslra . . . formal dress . . . quarier moon . . . invirafional bids . . . senior breakfasl . . . iunior parfy . . . popular S+. Anne . . . climax lo senior social life. Seniors Carol Gallagher, Gloria Pa- dilla, Mary Alice OH, Ellen Ann Sydow, and Connie Rodee pensively help each ofher gel' ready for fheir lasf Mouni dance. The mosf imporfanf dance of lhe year is over, and back af +he Mounf fhe girls and their escorfs exchange "good- nighlsf' Egg I ,.: f' '. 4, em. ., . - mf? A S- "sw 'K' f if . Mary Jean Hoxmeier, Pai Cummings, Angela MacDonald, Jaclcie Sleiler, Frances Formaneck, and Gloria Man- lciewicz al +he final meeiing of The Junior-Senior Dance commilfee double- check on defails. eff? 3' w i ' b Hr' 3 sl , ,QV nf mx? O A "M ' , .,.," 7 f vu ' 'Q .6 ,f ' v 'km ie, Q .VL , , X- fi .-1' 5 ":"f"f . ' , 1 ff Qf31.'W Q Ax fx 'K 1 '7 ' xy lf x ,, 4,5 .N-,, . 4 as Wa. x , X .1 ,ff .UT . 2 ' Vllmlgz gfzczcfuazfai U65 junio 'zz if we V Claire Kassler-ireasurer, Frances Formanecl:--vice-presideni, Angela McDonald-presidenf, Mary Alice Connors-secrelary. Angie McDonald, presidenl, led 'I'he class of '5l in 'lheir firsi' iunior ae+ivi+y, a luncheon for lhe freshmen. Juniors enferlainecl s+uden+ body and friends al 'l'he fradilional semi-formal Siarlighl Wallz on Ocfober I5 in 'lhe siar-ceilinged Mounl Ballroom. They 'lopped lhe school in fhe Confraferniiy Giff Drive for Chrislmas presenls for underprivileged children. Presidenl' Angie McDonald, Lupila Bernslein, Mary Ellen Gray, and Mary Jean Hoxmeier recilecl l'he Family Rosary over l'he radio. On junior nigh? oul' +hey hissed ihe villain in The Drunkurd al' lhe Theafre Mari, and senior rings reminded fhem in April Thai' "ii won'l' be long." The Junior-Senior Prom af l'he Sanfa Monica Beach Club on May I3 highlighfecl l'he year. Guesis danced l'o 'I'he music of LaVerne Boyer and his orcheslra. On class day iuniors dressed in seers' robes lo prophesy fhe fafe of +he seniors. Hosiessing open house 'For fhe new gracluafes and carrying fhe fradifional ivy chain closed Volume lll. Open Volume IV . . Row I Claire Kassler Ca+I1erine Ford Mary Ja'nney Eileen Griffin Joan Herold Row 2 Evelyn Ishida Mary Ellen Gray Mary Lou Jandro Cafherine Dougherfy Joyce Gisler Mary Ann GoHscI1aIk Frances Formaneck T V J F ,- N 4 in-Al fi ws ,H L 1 My 71 if ii I VS! ,I Us ra ,I f' ,IE M Joy, '23 4 2: fi' fe 21 : ri if -:Q--f e..,,., 'W'4 ww-I Row I Mary Alice Connors Lupi'I'a Bernsfein Gerry Biggs Janie Donnelly Emily Doll Row 2 Ka+hy Ashe Doris Burslz Margaref Delavigne Pafricia Cummings Riia Cuslado Mary Ann Cunningham 5 ,X Y-.Q N . W. .V I' 'X' 'iw 1 M . , rug 1 5 f . 1- Row I Sfella Sania Cruz Dolores Welgoss Susan Roberlson Doroihy Slwevlin Mary Margaref Schaefer Diane Terpening McGour+y Phyllis Tukich Row 2 Helen Margarei' Szancly Vera Wong Anne Wong Rifa Ries Marilyn Yee Rosemary Schuler Row 3 Rosemarie Bachancl Joyce Pinnock Ragan vi .W . Row l Helen Kerio1olas Marilou O'Connor Rifa Gloria Murray Uzoamalca Monelce Kalhleen O'Connor Beffy Parker Row 2 Rosemary Milculich Maria Ramos Marlinez Evelyn Kraemer Angela McDonald Kafhleen O'Rourlce Eloise Marfinez snr . +I mime ar l ei max J 'f -1 4 l fi Jn ,Y ,J V! cgifafzg gf Klflfaffz fr cas W' A 60 X. . Jxc? bo-H x3,a"weQo'ao 6' JG' Gxoeowh 8 10" 4 4 ,,:., , fi l'i2ff -AA2 , iss, 1 Doroflry Shevlin and escori' befween dances Q bfi! we Y oi' Af inlermission Rifa Gloria Murray Gloria Padilla, Alice Kraemer, Edifh Hill Annla M ' . ifle Puefz and dafes engage in conversalion. l Midnighl' punch . . . slar cookies . . . violin sill'1oueHes . . . hecfic clecora'ring . . . iunior . s'rars . . . blue moonlighl . . . Ucla band wallzing couples . . . 'I'l1ank you, Mr. Prouse 'I' " 'r' ...+'kl' Dancing under me siar cel ings insicle and ou sicle win eng sfar decorafed ceiling. C'l' l' ll I y ig 'rs . . . ano+her iunior success. 6I gigs ciofzgomo 'zeal is f .,,, ,EM iq Karhleen Long-ireasurer, Ellen Murphy-presidenf, Eileen Micklish--vice-prosidenf, Rila Blecksmifh-socreiary. Blue and grey hafs lopped 'lhe sophomores as 'l'hey opened ihe year's acfivifies wirh fhe 'Freshman-wel- come swimming pariy. Sophs swirled al' fhe "Sea-Side Slide," boomed firsl and high in fhe Communiiy Chesi' Drive, had The whole s'I'uden'I' body bobbing for apples ai' l'he Halloween parfy. Soph flappers made Dad nosfalgic for his couriing days on Fafher-Daughfer Night Affer rummaging for 'loys for fhe SWES drive and proving 'rheir dramafic l'alen+ in "Once in Be+hlehem," sophomores' Chrisfmas spirii' was high-and genuine. The lradifional Mardi Gras on February I7 and fhe Sf. Pa'lrick's Day Pariy in March officially closed ihe sophomore social da'l'e book. They ioined in prayer, siudy, work, and fun uniil June: ihen packed suiicases, empiied lockers, and embarked for home io refurn nexi Seprember as upper-classmen. In Row I Bebe'H'e Gualano Marie Fonfana June Husling Bernadeffe Gouveia Margarei' Ann Czuleger Row 2 Beverly Halpin Margie Davy Eleanor Kellilier Madeline Haase Margie Gegg Row 3 Marie Lamberi' Deenie lbbefson Jackie Kildare Rufh Galen Joan Huff Monica Kilkelly Lois Johnson Barbara Harfman af' B, his Row I Riia Bleclcsmiilz Grace Bohanon Barbara Brill Vivian Burgess Row 2 Rose Craccliiolo Marianna Bauer Jean Clay Peggy Bradish Adriana Ballash Row 3 Marie Asfier Barbara Blumenfhal Ruby Mae Bunyard Dolores Cobb Lorraine Benson l ll 'if-P E 5 -c A vga N, .-ef f! il if ,mm ,fa Row I Roselyn Peulceri' Dorofhy O'Hara Toni Torlorici Row 2 Anifa Tubay Helen Peck Therese Phelps Dolores Pelfzer Joanne Sfahl Row 3 Peggy Sco'H Joan Shaw Lea O'Donnell Ann Spaulding Row I Nelda Miskell Marion Meyer Rifa McDonough Ellen Murphy Eileen Micklish Row 2 Elaine Moore Camilla Mun+on JoAnn O'Brien Luella Lum Cyn+hia Luke Row 3 Joan Murphy Frances Munnemann Kafhleen Long Mary K. Logan Connie Nichols axzali gms Coronafion of Queen Beverly Halpin ailended by her courf climaxed The ball. Couples ioin in grand march. Alice Kraemer, Befsy Knieriem, Milne Slaffery, Gloria Pufman and dares laugh over humorous cosiumes. ,N fx Fl Couples dance in gayly decorafed Mounf ballroom. Third annual mardi-gras . . . February I8 . . . Queen Beverly Halpin . . . grand march . . . masks, serpenfine, balloons . . . piraies, clowns, convicfs, flappers . . . Joe Ca+alyne's "smoo+h" orches+ra . . . sophomore hosfesses . . . cosfume prizes . . . airplane adverfisemeni' . . . road signs . . . mardi-gras clown publicify . . . balloon poppers . . . sherbef punch. . - i ,Q'i"2Q!'l fi 'ff'-fi' iii if , Eiiggkf. -M f . , JE., 15,2 F .4 U65 QTEQQHZEIZ Mary Gerfrude Creufz-secrefary, Mary Alice Zalesny-freasurer, E'Lane McCaffrey-presidenf, Dorofhea Deufsch-lsf vice-presi- denf, Ann Scoff.-2nd vice-prosidenf. On Sepfember l5, I949, approximafely l50 curious and awed freshmen arrived af fhe Mounf. lf didn'f fake fhem long fo become parf of fhe crowd, buf fhey had fo prove fhemselves firsf. During Green Week fhey played bell-hop, wenf on a freasure-hunf four of fhe campus, swam in fhe new pool, and greefed each day wifh anofher kind of "hello." They 'lopped fhe week wifh versafilify and fine showmanship in fhe Frosh Frolic. They scooped fhe family album fo fell all on "Fafher as a Boy" and helped fo make Fafher-Daughfer Nighf a dafe fo remember. Frosh boarders planned fhe Halloween dinner and decorafed fhe dining room. The rosfer, in spife of odds, was ready by fhe promised dafe fo assure correcf addresses on all Chrisfmas cards. The frosh boarder Chrisfmas parfy climaxed firsf semesfer social acfivifies. Their Valenfine dance on February ll encouraged all fo "be a cupid and bring your beau." Af fhe end of fheir firsf successful year fhe freshmen would like if undersfood, however, fhaf fhey could noi' have been fhe class fhey are, wifh fhe spirif ihey have, wifhouf fheir beloved Sisfer Mary Ida. She was, and sfill is, fheir inspirafion. -64 Row I Margaref Galambos Doroihea Deuisch Beverly Czar Minerva Fiorenfino Row 2 Jean Folml Grefl Dieizel Gloria Day BeHy Dunnigan Mary Virginia Doyle Mary Pafricia Donohue Row 3 Rosemarie Freese Loreffa Fanning Mary Gerard Mary Lou Garzon Nancy Deafherage Mary CreHol Mary Gerlrude Creuiz Row 4 Barbara Garvey Veronica Er'l'z Ana Maria Cola Clare Fiizgerald Diane D'Alfonso lnof picfuredl Dolores Corona Lucille D'Alesio Mary Damaraslce Row l Margare+ Aziz Frances Benlce Gloria Arias Phyllis Benedeflo Renee Andreo Row 2 Frances Charland Lilias Burden Rebecca Bohanon Ann Barbieri Barbara Baker Row 3 Dorofhy Baldwin Belly Cain Delia Alvarez Cafherine Alessandra Olga Bonifasi Row 4 Genevieve Casiellanos Marianne Conway Barbara Breen Lois Claiborne Helen Block Row 5 Nellie Beridon Jeanne Cloud Pafricia Beclcom A ,i--"' -'wevavw-wwf ,F Row I Joanne McCar'rl'iy Gloria Leone Gabriela Marciacq Graciela Parecles Julia Marciacq Row 2 Marilyn Munlon Nancy Newell Therese Marlin Marlene Lucas Camille Luffy Row 3 Doris Ouellel' Mary Evelyn Meichelboclc Virginia Mefiee Virginia Mclnfyre Jodie Maes Row 4 Joan Ann O'Mal1ony Eleanor Leavell Marfha Molfena E'Lane McCaffrey Joan Newion lnol picluredl Callie Orfanos Coralie Palmer Rosanila Moore Doroihy McNeil vang-grv, 1-all ,, Q W A-in i 1-ur Row l Rosemary Johnson Eileen Kline Jane Lacy Pairicia Harman Monica Gosnell Mary Ann Greer Row 2 Dorofhy Lea Connie Krapfel Barbara Lasher Barbara La'l'er Ecliih Hill Mary Elizabefln Johnson Row 3 Elizabeih Kenney Nancy Herbuveaux Barbara Kalfhoff Rifa Hanlon Joan Hockenberry Row 4 Rosemary Hoyl' Jackie Hermann Elizabe-lh Krack Elizabefh Jennings Onorinda Larrabee inof picruredl Dolores Kassel Row I Juanifa Quigley Helen Romley Lillian Pereyra Jeanne Powers Mary Jo Rennison Row 2 Eileen Prsha Pairicia Reidel Lavelle Roisler Charlo'I'+e Rohe Row 3 Peggi Parkinson Barbara Parsons Dorofhy Roberfs Maiilcla Radali Pafricia Pinneo Row 4 Dolores Russoman Helen Pawling lowana Phillips Elizabefh Roney Pafricia Pierce Barbara Piicher lnof picfurecll Dawn Rising Caiherine Ra+igan Pa+ricia Paxfon Velma Salmen ,,,,..,,,.....,. .... A ,, ' ' . Le. ,. ,,,-,,, 4 A . v-..., ,2':..:mww.qa eswree-.4144-::u1mm,,4xw mwqrwmmraxib me A A J, fi. W " VN -'Www-amv'fmn-. was-W, :mwzgw maamevwfgungpg, Row I Jackie Sferling Therese Shaffer Sydell Stokes Beffy Troncy Sheila Sullivan Row 2 Poriia Spencler Mona Weaver Noreen Shorf Shirley Vislay Caiherine Scully Ann Woolf Row 3 Mary Weidinger Dorofhy Smifh Mary Alice Zalesny Ann ScoH' Ruih Schwalenberg Marion Slaifery Row 4 Jean Walsh Gloria Will Margarel' Tripp Marian Williams Mary Jane Saul lnoi' piciuredl Barbara Scherrer Patricia Traviss -rwngpw-mms ga XY if .xii xy- ,1 U ,r ,r ,f,Q.L,,. , , 1 E ,K MQW Qirw-is x.. Q, ,try v , . N ,y Q.. , ,, . ,. fx , 'K wf '. 3 'in -m K N . - 'I' cgzfucfalzf Q0 Us 'mmslzf .cgfuczlanf Boa! Lofkcazi K , i N N 1 X , x l Be+sy Knieriem Siudenf body presidenf Marianne DeCoursey Sfudenf body vice-presidenf Lupifa Bernsfein Sfuden+ body secreiary Ri'I'a Gloria Murray Sfudenf body freasurer Alice Kraemer Sfudeni' body social secrelary 4959 V51 ff' -,ar . D655 "ml f l stu vo 3 Q I Li Q9 x , r v W A M , l P M5 im' xw-I" f 165 A .gifucfanf ounai sa 2 ' .a AB? E . I we I . , -I ji g V . , - .5.lf3 5h: , .gf s if I f 1 " ' Q 'H A :tg i ?r,q .g? 'hw .Q,g' 'A V s5'fs,5gwrmU AK, , i ,L s y 1 in JB Scared l fo r: Lupifa Bernsfein-secreiary, Marianne DeCoursey-vice-presidenf, Befsy Knieriem-presideni, Alice Kraemer-social secrerary Sfanding l 'lo r: E'Lane McCaffrey-freshman presideni, Anna Marie Pueiz-represeniarive-ai-large for upper classes, Rifa Bleclc- smiih-represenfaiive-ai'-large for lower classes, Angela McDonald-iunior presidenf, Louise Powers-senior prosidenf, Ellen Murphy-sophomore president lNor pictured!-Rifa Gloria Murray-rreasurer. The Sfudeni Council mel bi-weekly on al'l'erna1'e Wednesday noons and evenings, led by aleri' and efficienf sludenl' body presidenl, Beisy Knieriem. Planning siudeni' acrivifies, enferrainmenis, and srudeni' body meer- ingsg dispensing siudeni' 'funds wisely: and promoling cooperaiion and a spirif of loyalfy wirhin 1'he siudeni' body were 'l'he main responsibilifies of ihis group which acred as coordinaling commirree for college organ- izalions. The council, made up of sfudeni' body officers, class presidenrs, represenfaiives-ai'-large, and 1'he social secrefary, appreciaied 'l'he wise suppori of rheir moderaror, Sisier Rose de Lima. Gamez- au 6557 gf "Life wiih Fa+her" . . . 'Firsi Faiher- Daughier Nighf . . . November 6 . . . Mouni' Ballroom . . . music hall arrange- meni . . ham sandwiches, coffee, and pie . . boyhood silhoueH'es . . . black- board carloons . . . frosh-senior workers . . . communily singing . . . class skifs . . . "Fafher Growing Up" by ihe fresh- men . . . "Cour+ing Days" by 'I'he soph- omores . . . "The Modern Fa+her" by fhe iuniors . . . "Fa+her as a Grand- fa1'her" by fhe seniors . . . Fal'her-Daugh- fer place cards . . . "money bag" bids. an 'Y U65 B 65,6012 Mita WWWW fm fn ff Q ff V I l Q l A X if s Fi if EW iw, W it rp M Bishop McGuclcen's annual visii fo fhe Mounr . . . eve of +he Feas'r of ihe Im- maculaie Concepiion . . . Soclali+y's 'rheme - Modern Apparifions of ihe Blessed Virgin . . . readings by E'Lane McCaffrey, Arlene Russie, Dolores Wel- goss . . . chairman of Our Lacly's Com- miH'ee, Maria Ramos Marfinez . . . fab- leau of fhe Coronalion . . . Magnificaf . . . procession fo Mary Chapel . . . Benecliciion. 75 -ans ,NA 1, f 1' f? , '11, 145 f " 0 Arif' ,J Q 1: Uamp ui 'ag cmizafionz cgodafifgzy of Gu ll gf Row I: Rulh Galen-lreasurer, Geraldine Biggs--co res on ln sec e a P ce preslde + Gen D66 ood Pfeied. pdl Murphy-recording secrelary Accenl on personal holiness . . . Faiher O'Reilly, chaplain . . . daily Mass . . . monlhly sludenl' body Mass . . '. blessing of lhe swimming pool . . . and lhe new bus . . . Calholic aclionz adop- lion of Newman Club, Missoula, Mon- iana . . . Book Week . . . pagean+ of Apparilions of Our Lady for Bishop Mc- Gucken's visil . . . Chrislmas cards for lfalians . . . refreaf - Faiher Birch . . . aid +o Father Lipscomb . . . Mary's Day . . . receplion of Sodalisls and Hand- maids of fhe Blessed Sacramenl' . . . incorporaiion of Holy Year aims . . . ullimale purpose of Sodalily realized ihrough prayer, 'lhe sacramenls, and 'lhe spirifual and corporal works of mercy . . . guidance of Sisfer Mary Horlensia . . . leadership of Genevieve DeGrood. prefecf . . . cooperalion of commilfees . . . Chris? and His Blessed Mofher slrenglhening and blessing. 'kiiirsgii E A Glory 'lo Our Heaven- ly Molher . . . High Mass . . . Holy Com- munion . . . brealcfasl' . . . Rosary procession . . . crowning of 'lhe Blessed Virgin's slalue . . . Benediclion . . . lradilion . . 4 lhe more wonderful for being l shared wilh our molh- ers. Enlering Our Lady's chapel 'lo honor her on fhis, her day, are Sodaliiy officers Gerry Biggs, Rufh Galen, Gen DeGrood, Pai Murphy. and Gloria Pulman. Sodalisls and molhers pray lhe rosary in pro- cession honoring Mary. 'CTT y , Yvonne Mezy-presidenf, Margarei Ann Czuleger-secreiary, Margie Davy-Treasurer, Rifa fn V145 Cusfado-vice-president r pit W: .9 ' 655' -L Sv Likens Mazy Quinn Davy Cushado O'CaIlaghan W.A.A. Board -via Kelliher McDonald Hoxmeier Czuleger Bunyard rr' ll varSllY and 'BRS Tennis leachers Mel Likens ' - m . ni volleYba Yvonne MGIY. Grace Quinn and mars ,me UP for new f MouMiss Parker- Barbara O'Callagl1an relurn ormifion, Coach from courls. Field day . . . "Whal"s lhe Score?" conlribulors . . . W.A.A. slor California Swim Club exhibirion . . . w S+. V officers . . . all-colle e la d ' S e-goals, sweafshirls, fennis balls . eekly Wednesday meelings al 3:30 . . . exframural volleyball games incen+'s, LACC, Ucla . . . 'field hockey and sof+ball U l f' l on c a re d . . . W.A.A. banquel'--inslallarion of new g p y ay in an Diego . . . W.A.A. board Chrisfmas par+y . . . picnic a+ Grilfilli Park- Hb ll ' ' so a , hor dogs, rain, bubble gum . . . life saving-demonsrralion by Red Cross senior life saver embl , - em . Oiai lennis 'lournamenl . . . Miss Parker, adviser. Adv df1Ced swim mln 9 cl ass ready f Ul' S I, Peed dive X11 ,I J, . l . ' 4 f fwes. W H , f Y' N, V . . ef, an . .-1.,r...,,,gf,X.,x--, ,,f,,..,. . , --1 1, -wi-J-re, . ef V ,... ' 'ram rf 2 fy jj pre' ,, gp A - J. 'wi . ,Q"""' if"-' . ' J ' ' 'fm ,..,,, QQ, fu - T 1 0, , 1 "E"'9fm1. Q . . o, K ar . , . '- mf .,,,1.,n, Y nm.. W Q Q 'x'C'f'ir'Y2.ggJ!,,3:, wa., "gg ""'11l53"!,, Gloria Pufman B . arbara is rqbbon O'Callaghan, Grace Quinn, and X ana, Kallilwer cus w,A.A. Jeanne Cloud in acfive com- Ee and openlml O pefifion againsl' Sf. Mary's al gr Academy. dole' Q s , E.,s,-m s. -Q -. H,Y,...,.M. 4- -, W..,a,M.,,w ws.. s. ' -w-uw is dilssleezim, ww.-.Q-4 Vs e,,.vwee.4?ig5 A ..,,,M .X e V Mi, W, s , lf asa 5 Row I: Gloria Padilla-presidenf, Dylia Aragon-vice-presideni, Row 2: Mary Alice Connors-freasurer, Kafhy Ashe-secrefary. Social welfare, economics, sociology . . . SWES fea - infroducfion of new members fo faculfy . . . sef- flemenf commiffee . . . foy drive . . . Cfirisfmas and Easfer sefflemenf parfies . . . inferracial commiffee . . . book and periodical drive for Friendship House . . . lnferracial Week - speakers, forum, "Ci'I'y of Kings," essay and posfer confesfs, Blessed Marfin novena . . . lnfernafional Relafions commiffee . . 7 conference af Occidenfal . . . caroling af S+. John's . . . a giff wrapping Clwrisfmas parfy . . . Unifed Nafions Week - lec- fure, movies, orienfafion . . . SWES forum - Loyola economic sfudenfs . . . Family Week . . . annual insfalla- fion dinner dedicafed fo fhe Blessed Mofher. h-- l er: X Social Welfare maiors on a recenf field frip sfop and visif a momenf before enfer- ing fhe lnfernafional lnsfi- fufe. Economic sfudenfs and oflwer members of SWES have an informal meefing fo discuss fhe annual Chrisfmas ioy drive. s'ldw,"7'i Gloria Mankiewicz, Rufln Gal- en, Paf Cummings, Beverly Halpin, Joella Hardeman, Marion Meyers, and Uzoa- maka Moneke wrap books for Friendship House during fl'1e SWES sponsored book drive. ColeHe Casey, Rosemary Schuler, Gloria Padilla, and Frances Miiake begin dislribui- ing Chris+mas giHs alfer caroling for lhe palienls af S+. John's. The SWES lnlerracial com- miHee ioin wiih Chairman S Rulh Galen in fhanlcing Dr. eylon or IS lmpor an pari in Their successful pro- is gram. fy H if , n Members of SWES help +he ,Wk V, Social Service Sisfers enfer- ,5 S i g +ain 'rhe children af +he Pa- K coima SeHlemen+. If ss Row I: Claire Kassler, Emily Doll, Gloria Padilla, Dylia Aragon, Camilla Mun+on, Nancy Parnin. Row 2: Marianne DeCoursey, Mary Alice Connors. Frances Charland, Doris Ouellef, Vivian Burgess. Row 3: Kaihy Ashe, Marianna Bauer, Ru+h Galen, Frances Miiake, Joyce Gisler, E'Lane McCaffrey, Doris Higginsi Dorofhea Deufch, Lavelle Rofsler, Bebelfe Gualano, Connie Rodee, Uzo Moneke, Pai Johnson. 'cl 'im- Elcfucczfion N sl--Mills Peggy ScoH-secrelary, Dolores Welgoss-vice-presidenf, Joann Musumeci-president Angela McDonald-'rreasurer Tri-Rho . . . Nafional S+uden'r Teachers' Associaiion . . . monihly af+ernoon mee+ings . . . aim-professional grow+h and iniroduciion fo professional people and organiza+ionsg sfimula- +ion of Cafholic aclion in 'reaching . . . lea for new members . . . lounge inifialion-spelling, arirhmefic, iingles, rhymes . . . Chrislmas parly-carols and cocoa . . . choric speech demon- s+ra'rion . . . ballad drama1iza+ion of "Bar +he Door" . . . ioini' meeiing wi+h Loyola Educalion Club . . . alumnae ieachers' +ea . . . s+uden+ feaching-largesf group of secondary feachers ai' Hamilron High School in +he depar+men1"s hisfory . . . "Tips for Teachers"-audio-visual movie demons+ra+ion by Miss Sweeney . . . dinner hos+esses +o Brenfwood faculry . . . Sisier Mary Hor+ensia, moderafor. Miss Sweeney pours for sludenl' ieachers Pai Murphy and Jeanne Kingsion ai Educaiion Club fea. ai Q5 Louise Powers and Gen De- S+uden+ feacher Doris Burslc Grood clemonsfrafe audio- in acfive playground duly af visual equipmenf +o educa- Brenfwood Grammar School. Hon sfudenfs and prospecfive feachers. Row Row Row Row Row ll L I: Anna Marie Pueh, Dorofhy Shevlin, Pafricia Cummings, Gloria Pufman, Mary Clare O'Brien, Delia Alvarez. 2: Louise Powers, Eileen Giffen, Peggy Scofi, Marilyn Yee, Mary Alice OH, Rurh Kuniz. 3: Joann Musumeci, Gen DeGrood, Evelyn Ishida, Gloria Day, Vera Wong, Pai' Murphy. 4: Mary Jean Hoxmeier, Margie Biggs Cromie, Angela McDonald, Mary Lou O'Connor, Kafhleen O'Connor, Beffy Jane Dun- nigan, LoreHa Fanning, Pafricia Pierce, Mary Evelyn Meichelboclx. Mary Ellen Lilcens, Joella Harcleman, Yvonne Mazy, and Barbara O'Callaghan are members of ihe Mounfs largest class of secondary sfudeni feachers af Hamilfon High School. 5: Carol Sebasfian, Jeanne Kingsfon, Joella Hardeman, Doris Bursk, Margaref Delavigne, Dolores Cobb, Georgia Philbin, Sheila Sullivan, Mary Gerfrucle Creufz, Onorinda Larrabee. 'QC' W as Q5 AGN? use mms 1 aw-W' Joan Sforkan-vice-presideni, Frances Hills-pre sidenf, Carol Gallagher--lreasurer, Anna Marie Puefz-secreiary. To furfher in+eres'I' in hisfory . . . philosophical discussions . . . S+. Thomas Aquinas . . . open forum on "Religion and Educafion under fhe Cons+i+u1'ion" . . . speaker, Monsignor h b f 'r' dinners . . . nighi meelings mon+hly Dignan . . . chairman, Falher Nori . . . e ore-mee mg . . . day mee+ings bi-weekly . . . coffee bar and doughnuis . . . proceeds fo charify . . . l' harades .... formal spring banquef books for library . . . Chrisimas parly . . . caro mg . .. c . . . moderaior, Sisfer Agnes Bernard . . . presidenf, Frances Hills . . . vice-president Joan Slorlcan . . . secrefary, Anna Marie Puefz . . . freasurer, Carol Gallagher. 1 I il XL U Fafher Norih presides ai forum on "Religion and Educalion under fhe Consliiu Monsignor Dignan and group of Eusebian discussionisfs. 'xx' , ,v l . Hon," wil Close harmony befween Anna Marie Puefz, Gloria Nifrini, Joan S+orkan,, Margie Gegg, Carol Gallagher, Joanne Sfahl, and Dede Hills af lhe Eusebian Chrisfmas Par+y. Mary Alice OH, Gloria Pulman, and Marianne DeCoursey gel' an early morning snack from Joanne Slahl a+ fhe Eusebian coffee bar. Row I, l lo r: Carol Gallagher, Gloria Pulman, Joan Murphy, Margie Gegg, Dolores Welgoss,Cyn1'hia Luke, Vera Wong, Evelyn lshicla Row 2, l 'ro r: Frances Formaneclc, Marianne DeCoursey, Nancy Parnin, Gloria Niirini, Anna Marie Puelz, Joann Musumeci, and Dede Hills 'Ns .f afuzauicuzs ' . x i L. 4, K, ,dk xv! 5 .QWQX ,I Doris Bursk-secrefary, Arlene Russie-presidenf, Phyllis Tukiclw-freasurer, Mary Anne Becker-vice-presidenf. Browsing Room meeiings . . . culiural movies . . . affendance al plays and Family Tlweaire broadcasi' . . . Mer+on's works . . . book discussion a'r Doris Bursk's home . . . refreshmenfs . . . Hun'I'ing+on Library . . . cookie sale . . . annual dinner in Hollywood . . . carelakers of fhe lending library . . . sponsors of "ln+er Nos" subscriprion drive . . . aim-lo furfher inieresr in good li'rera'rure . . . Sisier Marie de Lourdes, moderaror. I ' VI, .ef f 'x gf Marilou and Kafhleen O'Connor help Dolores Clardy browse during a 'free period. 5 M all Phyllis Tuklch, Doris Bursk, Mary Anne Becker and Ka+hleen O'Connor leaving for lhe Hunfinglon library, '-.- Kafhleen O'Rourke, Joan Murphy, Phyllis Tukich, Marilou O'Connor, Befsy Knieriem, Mary Anne Becker, Arlene Russie, Kafhleen O'Connor discuss some new books ai an informal meefing. Row I lSiHingl Doris Bursk, Kafhleen O'Rourke, Mary Anne Becker, Befsy Knieriemg Row 2 lSlandingl Kafhleen O'Connor Marllou O'Connor, Dolores Clardy, Gloria Nifrini, Nancy Parnin. , A Alq' R vi X , G 4 , I - y A, 'lfr s I jf? A ll 1 '53 - I x o W Qi , 3 1 x sg-1. Brenlwood Hospllal crazy quill' sewing b e Birmingham l1os'resses waler safely courses nulrlhon classes for canleen workers annual fund drive dnsasler commil- ee Mounl' poslers exhlbnled al' Los Angel s chapler Pierce Junior College smoker . . . Eleanor Roberls secrefary lo College Achvmes Council Susler Marguerule adviser. Row l Dorris Weaver Lillian Lu Joan Musumeci Row 2 Margie Davy Eleanor Roberls Mary Connolly Kalhleen Long Row 3 Mary Ann Cunningham Audrey Telley Lois Johnson Marie Lamberl Row 4 Carol Gallagher Mary Jane Orr Rila Gloria Murray Joyce Gisler Ruby Mae Bunyard Marie Fonlana Joella Hardeman Mrs. Weber urges supporl' of 'the Red Cross program and commends lhe Mounf on llieir successful quilling bee campaign. Evelyn Burwell gels grafelul acknowledge- menf 'From Eleanor Roberls, Barbara Williams, and Mr. J. H. Marlin for her inspira+ional piano playing during a Red Cross assembly. Mounl Red Cross Drive gels under way as Maureen Boy- lan, Dorris Weaver, and Rila Bleclcsmifln give 'rlweir dona- 'lions fo Eleanor Roberls. Red Cross members have a social meeiing while fhey llrliSl'1 +I-me laSl' 'few squares needed To make flweir quilf- ing bee quofa. lcenfer piclurel Red Cross officers Margie Davy, Joann Musumeci, Elea- nor Roberls, and Mary Jane Orr gel some helpful infor- malion from Barbara Wil- liams, Field Represenlalive ol flue American Red Cross, and Mr. J. l'l. Marlin, Di- recfor of School and College Aclivilies of 'the American Red Cross. .I 1555, KLLE '5'i'I 5 -fmqg gm: 'R we Ca+herine Ford-ireasurer, Kafhleen O'Rourke-presidenf, Madeline Haase-secrefary, Susan Roberfson-vice-presidenf Scribes . . . frips +o "The Times" and "The Tidings". .. N.F.C.C.S. press forum-evalu- aiion of "The Sign" and "ln+egri1'y" by Kafhieen O'Rourke . . . leciure by Al Ancfzak . . "View" birihday pariy . . . correspondence wifh Monsignor McCar+hy . . . annual brunch - insfallafion of officers and disfribufion of "View" awards for besr wri+ing. Row I, D, Deuisch, M. Davy, M. Haase, F. Formanecic, K. O'Connor. Row 2. J. Terpening, A. Wong, R. G. Murray, M. O'Conner, M. A. Connors. Row 3. E. Moore, J. Newion, C. Ford, K. O'Rourke, S. Roberison, M. M. Schaefer. xi ' 1 , - .4 A Lew Bifzfgalagzy J emi Susan Rober+son and Madeline Haase begin publiciiy campaign for 'rhe fif+h Press Club-sponsored VIEW birfhday parfy. Tnnnv mem 2' if sf- is NJ px " Sunnis: Arms.-30 A . .Sir aff' Q1 Six'rh annual "View" birihday par+y - April 30 . . . box lunches and a girl for fhe highes+ bidde r... volleyball - Mounl versus Loyola . . . Newman Clubs . . . and parish clubs . . . . . . "View" queen . . . penny-vofing . . . varie+y show . . . informal dance . . . boorhs and concessions. -.fam . s - 11 i"6"'Q"1 942465 333323 Qieiei afzszq 'ivi-6 l'+Q4M .AQM4 Vofing for ihe View Queen by fhe siuclenf body precedes 'lhe surprise announcemenl' of fhe winner during fhe day's acfivifies. CUZ ua E 7-ff Officers: Barbara Harlman-ireasurer, Gerry Biggs-social and publiciiy chairman, Rila Cusfado-presicleni, Lupila Berns+ein-vice- presidenf, Dylia Aragon-secrefary. French, Spanish, German . . . books +o fhe Moun'r library-+wen'ry-'five for The silver iubilee . . . French Week . . . Hun+ing+on Library . . . visii' of 'rhe Duchesse de la Rochefoucauld and 'rhe French consul, M. de Manziarly . . . S+. Francis of Assisi movie . . . Pan-American Week . . . May Day . . . Aloha Week. . . Orienfal fashion show . . . arm chair iravel . . . annual banquef . . . Mission Play . . . bon voyage 'ro fhe Holy Year pilgrims. ' ,ff ccir F , Cynihia Luke, Oclefie Loiocle, Marilyn Yee, Alice Kraemer, Frances Formaneck, and Carh- erine Ford model orienial dress for fhe "Foreign Fashions Tea." Q. Uzo of Nigeria, Margir of Hungary, and Therese of Japan mingle 'their rradifions wifh an American Chrisfmas. Row l: Jean Walsh, Lilias Burden, Jane Donnelly. Row 2: Lupiia Bernsiein, Gerry Biggs, Doroihy Baldwin, Marilyn Yee. Row 3: Barbara Brill, Rosemary Milculich, Dylia Aragon, Dorolhy O'Hara. Row 4: Marie Asfier, Mary Ellen Gray, Bebeffe Gualano. , . 9.4: A ,R ,, k1"ifm"Y 'cz Gerry Biggs, Ode1'+e Loiocle, Jean Russell Kinney, Therese Halsumi, Do- lores Buckley, and Hugeife Hery are members of 'rhe Mounfs chapfer of Pi Della Phi, nalional French honorary sociefy. Row l: Bernadeffe Gouveia, Elaine Moore, Carherine Ford, Cynfhia Luke. Row 2: Mary Virginia Doyle, Luella Lum, Vera Wong, Row 3: Frances Benlce, Rila Cusrado, Barbara Harfman. Row 4: Greil Dielzel, Mary Lou Jandro. 'Cf 1 it mn.. was .:. . gg. ,Aw Q at bail Mrs. Commeau supervises sewing sfudenfs in clofhing lab. Miss Oiconnell 0Ve"5ee5 5 C00kln9 demomifallon bv Membership in College Club Deparfmenl' of fhe American Home Economics Associafion . . . fable arrange- menl' conresi' . . .Thanksgiving parfy . . . hosiesses 'ro Marymouni' . . . coupon drive for plare silver . . . food demonsfrafions - pasiry, meal' . . . May fashion show by failoring, clofhing, and foods classes . . . clo+hing for Firsf Holy Communicanf . . . quanfify cookery - dinner for fhe boarders. Carol Gallagher serves lea Dorolhy McNeil - secrefary, Dorolhy Shevlin - vice-presi denf, Carol Gallagher- presidenf, Phyllis Tulcich - ireasurer, Joyce Gisler -- home economics board. 'lo Dorris Weaver, Eleanor Roberfs, Lillian Lu, Joan Ter- pening, Ellen Ann Sydow, Pai Murphy, and Mary Jane Orr, senior home economics and diefefics maiors. CU2CZE,'Z 5550310 my 1 1 is :-' ffl,-,gy N 5 ici.-Q , . ea,f,fg, 5 is:- , , ' ,,: A .I ww., N all Recording weighfs lnleCiln9 6f'lm0l5 Dr. Joseph A. Pollia, clireclor of Boyer Foun- dafion ancl chairman of 'rhe Deparimeni' of Cancer Research ai' fhe Mouni' . . . classes wifh Miss Thurber . . . 'rraining iechnicians for cancer research . . . breeding animals . . . iumor pro- ducfion . . . exaci' experimenis . . . favorable resulis wifh vifamin A . . . lilerary research . . . published resulfs . . . special sfrains of rai's - cancer resis'l'an+, cancer susceplible . . . mouse- house enihusiasls. Sierilizing eq uipmeni' Preparing 'rissues v M safe. Performing aulopsies 0651208 Science Club Officers, l io r: Eleanor Roberfs-Treasurer, Mary Ellen Gray-secrofary, Mary Connolly-vice presideni, Mary Clare O'Brien-presidenf. "God rules flue world" . . . +o arouse inieresi in scieniific work . . . leciure on nursing by Sisfer Rebecca . . . "Hisfory and Developmeni' of ihe Flying Wing" movie . . . 'Field irip fo Griffiih Observaiory . . . rewrifing of consfiiufion . . . explanaiion of "S" in UNESCO . . . cooperaiion wil'l1 Loyola Science Deparimenf. . . insfallaiion dinner . . . Mary Clare O'Brien, presiclen'l'. Presiden+ Mary Clare O'Brien pours 'rea a+ llwe lirsl' Kappa Tlmefa Mu meefing. M5f?lv- -new we 2 ie 2 Z VS 2 'r' ., s ii 'i ii- l N . .. . ......., ml Il jul Q i gg , I 4 E 1 7 . i il 9, 'vi - V ' W . W ll I ii l ' i 'N ff5il'3i"'r? Wk '5 , f 1 i .Q-: x " p s 2 ll 4 'l 'r , f " '--H-3W?f'ff3 ' 'f 1 .cw-f xx-N .fl en' lege, 5-1... Miss Bundy gives final inshudions +0 her Class before Mary Clare O'Brien, The lirsl malhemallcs malor They begin Their Chemisfry experiment fo be presidenf of lhe science club exp ains an inlegral calculus problem lo lhe class Row I: Rila Bleclcsmiih, Mary Connolly, Camilla Munlon, Gloria Pulman. Row 2: Therese Marlin, Dorris Weaver, Connie Nichols, Carol Sebaslian, Gen DeGrood. Row 3: Eileen Kline, Beverly Czar, Mary Damarasl-ce, Eleanor Roberls. Row 4: Gloria Will, Margarel Tripp, Mary Lou Jandro, Louise Powers, Mary O'Brien. "N-.bus AQ QQ !-QR. -:DWI X Y 4-V'4""'sf uv-v uv fl 'U' 'PX 33' Jw? if 538. .f"""v as Er' X M Sl- -siege gnaifm an qw- NPY' f - Mfg mic bc' 'ri' Mary Alice OH-presidenf, Ja lc' S+ H c ie e er-secrefary, Ellen Ann Sydow-ireasurer, CharloHe To fosrer greafer love for music . . . music forums a+ ll.S Aguiar-vice-presidenf. .C. and Ucla . . . Beniamin BriHen . . . Philharmonic rehearsals . . . Alfred Wallensrein . . . s+uden+ rare f h ' . . . sponsoring of ar'fis+s . . . Leonard Pennario, W s or symp omes illiam Gran? Siill . . . record and composer discussions . . "An Opera" presenied on Family N3gh+ . . . reci'rals . . . feas. Mr. Garroway accompanies CharloH'e Aguiar's rendifion of Edvard Greig's "My Johann" during her voice recifal on 'the evening of May 29 in +he LiHle Theaire. Mary Alice OH plays Bach's Suiie number fwo, one of ihe pieces on her cello recifal program Sunday affernoon, April I6. 1 it 1 ki, Row I ' ,, at 3 Jean Powers, Pal Harman, Elaine Moore, Jackie I ,HMB 1 gg Row ifefler, Grell Diefzel, Bernadine lbbefson. 'fi 'lf w ' Dorofhy O'l".lara, Joan Newfon, Velma Salmen. as ' is Row 3 A f ' Mary Lou Janclro, Mary Jane Saul, Mary Creufz, Teresa Phelps, Geraldine Biggs, Marianna r. ig .M Bauer. Gloria Dav. Rose Marie Torres, I 'Q' it Clwarlolfe Aguiar, Elizabefh Kenney. GLEE CLUB MUSIC CLUB 3 ii Vi' l , ' ' r f 5 STRING ENSEMBLE Joella Harcleman, Pai' Cummings, Rosemarie Bachancl, Mary Kay Logan, Mary Alice OH, Mary Jane Saul, Dawn Rising, Elaine Moore. Row l lsiffing on floorl Grefl Dielzel, Elaine Moore, Noreen Slworf, Doroilwy O'Hara. Row 2 lsiHing on couchl Palricia Cummings, Gerry Biggs, Charloile Aguiar, Ellen Ann Syclow, Mary Alice OH, Rose Marie Torres. Row 3 Mary Lou Janclro, Barbara Brill, Marianna lsfandingl Rosemarie Bachand, Arleen Russie, Bauer, Velma Salmen. . e ,ww . f , 55,1 - ' if 1 fy A ' Jia ith: , fr, sffi f 'w. ,x1..+1r N' f d. " WH f am I3-,Q x., ,i vi fv 4 JVQSG4. JV .CC . e 4 xa...w-...A-mm..-l Gloria Padilla, Roselyn Peulcerf, Dorofhy O'Hara, Peggy Bradish, Beverly Halpin. Nafional Sfudenf Associafion . . . sfudenf arf four . . . Purchase Card sysfem . . . sfudy-fravel program . . . fickef bureaus . . . lnfernafional Affairs Conference . . . leadership fraining af LACC . . . vocafional guidance. Nafional Federafion of Cafholic College Sfudenfs . . . Overseas Service Program . . . Mary's Hour . . . fashion show . . . carnival af Loyola pilgrimages fo Rome . . . blood bank in Europe . . . press forum. Kafhleen Long, Joan Murphy, Claire Kassler, Mary Janney, Befsy Knieriem, Eileen Micklish, Elaine Moore, Louise Powers, Gen DeGrood. fn! Gloria Padilla- N.S.A. regional freasurer sw-3 'A4k'd.'.m' ,,,,.,... wzain Ecfuaafion fsygii ,.- Vivian Burgess, Mary Ishida, Maureen 'Y Hi iff ii Boylan, Ruby Mae Bunyarcl, and Marie f Aslier-'the pioneers ol fhe nursing as P f y in-'IV , 5, ,Q educalion deparlmenl. wi ' if ' , -si , , I 'ig Va" f if i 5 BQ ' ...4...- Ruby Mae Bunyard in new uniform nursing sluclenls wear al Ihe Queen ol lhe Angels Hospilal. We-J' I Jul... 1 'fl I if i I-si, I lr I W I Q' ni' E . ' Q 2.31, Qw fsl W-ws . v. , fr h i i 1 . , ,.,, , I A ' , I rii' , ' iifis Sisler Mary Rebecca and her nursing educalion group during class. Row I: Vivian Burgess, Mary Ishida, Maureen Boylan, Marie Aslier. Row 2: Margie Swanson, Mary Damaraslce, Ther- ese Marlin, Ruby Mae Bunvard. Row 3: Marylyn Thorpe, Callie Orfanos, Helen Bloclc, Francesca Maes. Row 4: Marlene Lucas, Barbara Kalloll, Denise McCall, Barbara Scherrer. lnol piclurecll-Terese Schaffer. New deparlmenl' . . . lvlounl S+. Mary's College School of Nursing . . . four-year program leading lo a B. S. in Nursing and R. N .... accrediled by California Slale Board of Nurse Examiners on February I, I950 . . . five sophomores, seven freshmen-pioneering classes . . . lirsl' clinical experience al Queen of Angels Hospilal . . . cancllelighl capping ceremony al' Queen's, May 7, I950 . . . Nighlingale Pledge . . . slriped uni- form wilh while bib and apron . . . nursing arls . . . professional adjuslmenls . . . medical and surgical nursing . . . ward assignmenls . . . palienls. Q 'A af, S' . gm wa. 5 v' . a:1:j,fg'5 1 1 1 Ev- .vw ,: . W., 1 VAN , f , f aw A A .1 Q , it' lax ' -, ,new L3 'gl ,MA L4 ' ff? . , :f if ff J eg, xi. M. , A 5, L Us , 5 Agjf! 26 "ff 25'??fz 3, 1 L " k .1 'Q--Q ' 4' X.: :,,, .5 Q, . I 2? 'SF if . if 9 Q 1 ' ' 'a F511 g g 1 1 'i 5, ,yy ii f "1 4 BVI, , L 4 M: , . , - s 'C WN 'M 1' , .1 L- 'KJV Av 'Lama cuz 0415, Caffe .S Q-YQ il E i 5 . Y f J I J' 5 The principals of "Everybody Goes fo Collegen: Sfanding, Michael Hayes--Thaddeus Quonley, who feaches ihe imporfance of radio commercials. Row I: Marylyn Thorpe-Sally BenneH, a more or less normal sludenh Ted Eckelberry-Thorndike Ham- illon, fhe drama major: Deenie lbbeison-Joyce, fhe campus darling, Noel Rayburn-Dick Meadows, lhe loofball hero. Row Z: Elizabefh Roney-Marlene, fhe wisfful Type: Terry Phelps-Sonia, fhe infellecf of Franklin Uni- versilyg Jack Marshall-a soulhern genflemang Pegi Parkinson-Jasmine, fhe soulhern belle. no'r picfuredz Julie Danfon who plays The role of 'fha Dean, and Len McLean-Uncle Joshua, fhe amaieur psychiafrisf. "Everybody Goes +o College" . . . original farce musical comedy in lhree ac'rs . . . feafuring collegiafe ac1'ivi'ries af Benjamin Franklin Universify wi'rh colonial dream sequence and flashback . . . Wilshire-Ebell Thea+re . . . April 27 . . . musical score and orcheslral overfure composed and direcled by Will Garroway of 'rhe Mounf faculry . . . scripf and lyrics by Samuel Larsen and H. Paul Picerni, Mounl drama coach. . . "Oh Benjamin, Oh Benjamin" . . . "You're a Vision of Loveliness" . . . "l'm So in Love wifh a Dream" . . . direc+ed by Paul Picerni . . . cas? of fhirly. "The Rehearsal" 1 if Q 51 "omg an 1 ? 5 Q - E' Q , 5 "City o the Kings" Jane Lacy Recording secreiary Virginia Meiiee Corresponding secreia ry Bernadine lbbeison Vice-presideni Jean Clay Presidenf Mary Gerard Treasurer New deparimeni' new group headed by Miss Rose Mary Schwer and Mr. Paul Plcerm iwo one acl plays "Lady Has a Mind of Her Own" and "Rehearsal" . . . work- Ellzabelh Roney Virginia Mellee, Bernadlne lbbe+son Jean Clay, Renee Andreo, Jane Lacy Mary Ellzabelh Johnson, Nancy Deafherage Mary Gerard Duane D'Alfonso. -3- l dl fqif 'zou OFFICERS Jean Fohl Secrefary-freasurer Shirley Rawley Vice-presidenl Carolyn Washburn Presideni' Rebecca Bohanon Social secrefary Alpha Rho Tau . . . pafron, S+. Luke . . . adviser, Sisfer lgna'l'ia . . . fo slimulaie knowledge of arl' . . . Naiional Sfudenf Associarion Ari' Exhibil . . . Hunfingfon Library . . . Los Angeles Counfy Museum exhibils . . . lecfures . . . pariicipafion in nafional posfer coniesfs . .1. arl' srudenfs lea. 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All-American raiing . . . moolerafor, Sisier Mary Pairicia . . . ediiors, Anne Wong and Frances Formaneck . . . Beisy Knieriem, four-year sfaff member . . . business manager's headache - bills, bills, bills . . . "+ypis+s needed" . . . pafieni Mr. Slurdy. Elaine Moore, Joan Murphy, Pai' Murphy, Columnisis Susan Rober'I'son and Mary Mar- Mary Alice Connors Anne Wong Knhleen . O'Connor, Frances Formaneclc, Rifa Gloria Mur- garef Schaefer clisiribuie THE VIEW io anxious ray' and Kafhleen 0'Rou,ke Alice Kraemer, Marilou O'Connor, Angela ghidenfg, McDonald, and Lillian Pereyra. 'N- I 2 l gg Ocuzf .ve-Q-Nusa-a....is...asse, ..,,, r may , ,Q wa, Q .,. ""' Paw V, i . F x 'V X v v F2 252 'L W ,. 1 VX sf iw ! 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Mary Gloria Nifrini, Mary Jane Orr and Paf Murphy spend Alice OH, and Mary Connolly of THE MOUNT sfaff. an affernoon in room 308 working on flue ever-lovable lNof picfured-Eleanor Roberfsl. dummy, 5 .wa , M lv.- 'D . ' 4 ff x "ff-T .jyiwmewvh K fi . f xi ,' K- K .H in k I.. lf . 'ij' . " - at alex I 'Jie l Q I ENT Hiiflylffcio Oy 55" gifucfenf cyhlalzcfgoog Moun+'s guide booklef . . . college hisfory school calendar . . . execu+ive board, deparlmenfal clubs, organizafions . . . publicafions . . . regulalions . . . consriiufion and by-laws . . . where 'ro go . . . whaf 'ro do . . . whom fo ask. . . Alma Ma-ler song . . . seal .NJ . . . moHo 05 ive' x 0 as ,semi YA QU O5 X, 9 we 0 ,,. x Shaw U55 Vol l Afler lhe publicafion of 'lhis year's handbook, Belsy Knieriem, pas? edifor congrafulafes I949- I95O edi+or Mary Alice Connors. nfsfz os "Among us" . . . +he Moun+'s liferary magafine . . . ini+ia+ed by Sisfer Dolorosa . . . an old name in a new formal . . . volume one complefed . . . four issues a year . . . fwo of faculfy con'rribu+ions, fwo of sfudenl' and alumnae work. In+er Nos subscribers and confribufors Barbara Barnes, Nancy Parnin, Rufh Kunlz, Georgia Philbin, Dolores Welgoss, and Gloria Nifrini receive 'fhe lafesi issue. ' Coffs 5 Cafmfm FALL SEMESTER Regislraiion . . . . Big-Liffle Sisler Parry Faculfy Recepfion The Green Week . Sfudenf Council Recepfion Frosh Frolic . . Sea-Sicle Slide . . . Residenl Sluclenls' Open House Founcler's Day . . Sfarlighl' Waliz . Unifed Nafions Week A Drama Deparfmen+ Plays Halloween Par+y . Fa+her-Daughier Nighf Bishop's Visil' . lmmaculafe Concepiion . Open Forum: Bill of Righfs Week Chrisfmas Program . . Chrisfmas Vacafion Tri-Sororily Dance Nighf al' fhe Mounf Final examinafions . Infer-semesier Holidays SPRING SEMESTER Regisfrafion ...... Big-Liffle Sisfer Grown-Up Parfy Frosh Valeniine Dance . . Mardi-Gras . Annual Refreaf Inferracial Week . . Sf. Pa+rick's Day Breakfast Sf. Joseph's Day . . Easier Recess . W.A.A. Sfag Dance . Senior Farewell Dance College Play . . Family Week High School Tea Mary's Hour . Junior-Senior Prom Aloha Parry . Mary's Day . Final examinafions . Senior Day of Recollecfion Baccalaureale Mass . Senior Morhers' Tea . Resident Sfudenfs' Banquei' Senior Banquef . . Commencemeni Sepfember I2 Sepiember I4 Sepfember I9 Sepfember 20-28 Seplember 23 Seprember 28 . Oclober 9 Ocfober I0 Ocfober I5 Ocfober I5 Ocfober I7-24 Ocfober I7 Ocfober 26 November 6 December 7 December 8 December ll . December I3 December I7 - January 3 . . 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Row I: Diane D'Alphonso Dawn Rising Joan Herold Row 2: Barbara Scherrer Margarer Delavigne Mary Girard Joan Murphy Founded i930 . . . friendship and loyalry . . . rushing acfivifies . . . +ea . . . Hawaiian Parry . . . Red Room al' Hollywood Rooseveli for accepfance dinner . . . Hallowe'en and a "hick" parry . . . presenfafion of pledges a+ +he Cocoanul' Grove . . . informal Chrisfmas pariy . . Halian dinner by pledges . . . purple and gold decora+ions . . . Laguna for inifiarion . . . insialla- 'rion of new officers . . . farewell dinner for graduafes. Couples crowd fhe floor af fhe Tri-Sorori+y dance. Bridge game by +he pool wifh an audierllle- o--is II9 jfafzfzcz Eeffa Ii' Row I. Gloria Ni+rini, Nancy Parnin, Anna Marie Puefz, Dede Hills, Margie Gegg, Lea O'Donnell Row 2. Jane Lacy, BeHy Troncy, Monica Kilkelly, Lois Johnson, Lorraine Benson. Row 3. Matilda Radali. Juanifa Quigley, Dolores Russoman, Barbara Baker, Barbara Lasher. F X 9? i Qi , KAXQ J '- rx .- ?, ,, Margie Gegg Treasurer Nancy Parnin Prosidenf Anna Marie Push Vice-presideni' Monica Kilkolly Secrofary X 7 3 ' I ii' 331 i ,i . i :fr , J 1' f, is jT"" L , si 9 , w,,.4:-:....Li5fi i li K ' gi ...,.i- i 1 X A Q' 4 L ' ze f ' :E r 5 Q ..-,GP ' , Qfii g .H 3 ' fa ?" '2 g r '9 5 . Q. ff, es' ,Q 'Q 'wr 1 Y xi V Y S N " A AX f , Q 'gg' Q ' ,.,f Z1 X , ., 1 1 22233, ii 4 E D' a f' X y fm af gf Q, ' if 4 404, , g Ac? .1 MZ e 5472 1 .. sg ,W Q5 z, stem, A f .Q ,.,,,.: .k,, ,.,.,,,.t ,cf , . 2 465 5 Y ?3 7frg2 Q 52 1 we f if 5 5 . -- -V , ' ' . ' ffA' 1 'Z 1-' . ..,.: . , Founded l930 . . . fo promofe high sfandards of frufh, loyalfy, and friendship . . . rushing . . . Fronfier Days . . . pledge dinner af fhe Tropics . . . Chrisfmas parfy . . . packages for Pacoima . . . Ship Wreck Parfy . . . presenfafion af fhe Ambassador . . . pledge parfy . . . Arizona wedding frip . . . canasfa . . . charades . . . inifiafion af Balboa . . . fashion fea . . . insfallafion dinner . . . Tri-Sororify Ball . . . senior fare- well parfy af fhe Grove. Kappa pledges af formal presenfafion in fhe Colonial Room of fhe Ambassador. Row I. Dolores Russoman, Beffy Troncy, Juanifa Quig- ley. Row 2. Barbara Lasher, Lorraine Benson, Jane Lacy, Mafilda Radali, Barbara Balcer. A glimpse of fhe Tri-Sororify dance. Service' Pledge! .l 4 au Zqlylgcl .Zsfa Row I on floor: Joyce Gisler, Belsy Knieriem, Pal Cummings, Helen Keriozolas, Kaflwleen O'Rourlce. Row 2. Jeanne Kingsfon, Peggy ScoH', Carol Gallagher, Rosemary Schuler, Claire Kassler, Emily Doll, Janie Donnelly. Row 3 sfancling: Dorofhea Deufch, E'Lane McCaffrey, Gen DeGrood, Phyllis Tulcich, Rufh Schwalenberg, Mary Weidinger, Joan Newlon, Pai Reiclel, Elizabeth Kraclc, Kafhy Ashe, Ann ScoH', Ann Barbieri. like .iJg,4,., vqvp-Nm, Kafhy Ashe Social secreiary Emily Doll Recording secrefary Jeanne Kingsfon Presideni 'Janie Donnelly Vice-presidenl' Peggy Scoff Treasurer I inf'-s s km R K g Nag., EJ i ...M . . ,h mf, V. i 1 M r A se W' K Row I Rullw Scliwalenberg E'Lane McCaffrey Helen Romley .loan Newfon Doroflwea Deulcln Ann Barbieri Ann Scoff Row 2 Elizabeth Kraclc Joyce Gisler Doris Higgins Rosemarie Johnson Pal Reidel Grace Quinn Mary Weidinger Founded l929 . . . frafernily and fidelify . . . rusl1 'lea . . . circus parly . . . pledge dinner af Fox and Hounds . . . presenfalion al Beverly Hills Hofel . . . flagpole pledges . . . green and gold paddles . . . Chrisfmas baskef for fhe needy . . . "par+y Mme" . . . cold ini+ia+ion weekend al Zuma Beach . . . angleworms . . . insfallaiion a+ Miramar Ho+eI . . . Fasfer a+ Palm Springs . . . annual Mo+l'1er's Day brealcfasl . . . senior farewell par'ry. Friendly conversalion during fhe orches+ra's infermission al fhe Tri-Sororify dance. Members wail lo greel guesfs af fhe Tau formal rush lea '-'37 1 .rip J fx gi!-ggaw . .ea x.,., i .s vu N lf ly , ,, .h ,, 1. Q ., , .X . , S 4 , W., , , se, t . A I A1' 4, ,Q Q l Y. guise. :-4Q I-, i T.. , y h A of lf ' f if 'I , Zf'. gl . . t 3 v is .- ., ussf gps 'zz REVEREND FATHER JOHN BIRCI' l950 Retreat Master Y "Pray thoughtfully and think prayerfullyf' L. , n I'-.. .me ng.-'M A f DOCTOR BEN ARI MR. ARCHIE MCCULLOUGH SISTER JAMES and SISTER CONSTANCE Professor from the Uni- President of International Relations Medical Missionary Sisters Ve"5llY ot JBVUSBIBYTI- Club at Pepperdine College "The people in greatest need for missionary "The 0f'lY 900'-Jf5PhY IDOOIK "Student orientation is all important to the work are lhe people of India". one needs in Jerusalem is the Bible." future success of the United Nations." . FATHER XAVIER From the diocese ot Tuticorin, which has recently been adopted by the Sodality through the recommendation of Father Brouwers. "The Catholic Church is the United Nations . . . A barrier to the unity of mankind is the Eastern attitude that the West is a workshop, and the Western picture of the East as a curiosity shop." REVEREND FATHER HENRY ALKER Pastor ot Resurrection Church in Los Angeles "The Mass is not a private prayer . . . nor the public prayer of pious people. . , . it is a giving, an offering, a sacrifice." LUIS F. ORRANTIA Consul of Ecuador "Pan Americanism ssn't lust a word." he-.., DR RUTH TEMPLE Ot the Community Health Association Racial preiudice is not inborn. the result of the modern world's failure to understand the solidarity of the human race." DUCHESSE de la ROCHEFOUCAULD French writer and lecturer "The Frenchwoman's primary concern is still her home and her children in spite ot her new political interests." REVEREND FATHER GABRIEL MENANGER. Assistant professor ot French at Loyola University "Instead of being so scrupulous in tollowinq the book concerning children, p-arents should rather listen to God's admonishnngl, which is both consoling and enouraging, REVEREND FATHER EDWIN P. CONNOLLY Archcliocesan director ot the Soclality in Los Angeles "The sodality is concerned pri- marily with the personal holiness of its members, and then it de- mands ot its members lives of apostolic zeal." E. so I 1 DR. STAFFORD L. WARREN Dean and professor ot bio-physics at Ucla "With the same resources ot men, money, and material used in atomic bomb develop- ment, cancer can be overcome." CAROL JACKSON Co-editor ot "Integrity" "The intellectual apostolate has the duty to learn truth and to give it to others . . . there will be an accounting before God of wasted abilities . . . holiness will suopiy the inteIlect's lack." DR. THOMAS PEYTON Statt member ot Queen ot Angels Hospital "l was cursing the darkness, and all I had to do was to light one candle . . . the future is bright ocmcfsfz ifs mira 4 Aft, 'I D? fm i ' Q Mx AV wif 92135 Q ar? -in Boarder Council members B. Barnes, E. Murphy, R. McDonough, C. Rodee, B, Parker, and F. Forrnaneck gafher in presidenf Joan Sforkan's room for a Shorf buf imporfanf meeiing. if fel '4. .' 'f ,,,.... -.., ,a',?Qti Kia wk 9 in r 5 7 ': 'IIE M91 Q! fi "' H. 4 z 'E 5 fr Frolicking af fhe Hallowe'en parfy. Tackling a hard assignmenf. 1 X 0 f 'fr-'N e re f Q- i M3331 "i?Xa'il-qv l A34 ffm Q lain ff' W'-T rlgigf'-:bk g'i."f . fam Upper leff: Opening presenfs a+ flue gala boarder Clmrisfmas banqqef. Upper riglaf: Barbara Barnes visiis Mary Jane Orr fo gef experf advice on lcniffing. Cenfer leff: Gloria Padilla, Dylia Aragon, and Connie Rodee have breakfast in flue beaufiful new "blue room." Cenfer righf: A porfion of flue senior boarders af lhe Clwrisfmas banquef. Lower leff: Some melodious carolin,g before dinner. Lower leff: Nancy Deafherage finishing up an assignmenf before her nexf class. ff ops ix X , 1 ,. Q, ,,. 'Av f!" fi f B r..,'iif H E I 1:1 AA ff ,' Top lefl-Mounl mechanics. Top cenler and rlghl-Mary Lou Cassidy and Belly O'Brien have reglsfralion day woes. Cenler leH- Some Taus have a flagpole rendezvous, Righf--Susan Roberfson and Mary Margaref Schaefer and some las+ minule sfudying Boffom right-Hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil. Boffom leff-A domes'I'ic day-hop. Boffom cenfer-fhe bus brigade. "wmmf2ffm,...2,gs , , Q ., ,Q , ja . ,.. M. " ff . Y in N M , A , ,.....,e.iS.?i., M N M I lv L' 5 N, Q , . f ' i Y ' ' V : " 3 ' - f 4 f "mv ff 'f "f f 4 - W, ,o sb A 5 ' 4- Aa' . ' gvw 4 ef-w e L . E yi ' ER' , 5 WN Y i- A 1 -v 3' ' 1 if ma fi . Y ' 44, 3 .. Q' Upper leff: Day hops gafher in ihe sunny pafio during a free hour. Upper righf: Mary Jane Saul enioys firsf-off-ihe-bus privileges. Cenier leff: Gloria Manlciewicz, Mary Jean Hoxmeier, Lupila Bernsfein, and Angie McDonald eafing a quick lunch so fhey won'f miss fhose infer-class baslsefball games. Cenfer: Almosf missed fhal 3:30 bus. Cenfer right As usual, Arnold's and Howard's passengers arrive righf on fime. Lower leff, Gen DeGrood and Mary Clare O'Brien wonder what Dolores Russoman, Juanifa Quigley, Phyllis Pinneo, and Barbara Lasher saw ihai was so funny. Lower righi: Sewiors ge? fogefher for a coke. ffw I Q 2i"af' ww Z .1 .Ai ,nf ff. 'af f 09 , g X i ' 'V 1 . 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