Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1951
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of the Associated Students of
Mount Saint Mary's College
under the direction of
Kathleen O'Rourke, Editor, and
Mary Margaret Schaefer,
Business Manager. ,
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Seal of the College
Dedication and Theme S ....
Letter from the Archbishop .,..
Presidents Message .l,s S
Deans Message S i,.. SS SS SS
Seal of the Sisters of Saint Joseph
Faculty .c... SS SS
Senior Nights Out
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Student Government ...A S
Student Organizations .,...r
Student Publications S S
Stall and Acknowledgements SS S
Student Activities ,,,rrr
Guest Speakers S S
Day Students S SS
Snapshots SSSSS SS
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HIE circular seal of Mount Saint Marys College, designed by Baker ot
London, has the name of the college around the shield. The four divisions
of the circle form a cross with the date of the foundation, 1925, in the center.
Three angel wings at the left signify the city of Los Angeles, while the Heur
de lis represents the Sisters of St. joseph of Carondelet who were established
in France in 1650. At the top is a lily surrounded by thorns-Mary the Immac-
ulate Conception. Below the date is an open book containing the motto of
the college-Dem' Illzmfimzfio Alan. "God my light." The seal symbolizes
Mount Saint Mary's College, founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Caron-
delet in the city of the angels and dedicated to the Immaculate Virgin Mother.
We papal Diiecfivefs 505. Omen .
DEFINE FOR US, THE GRADUATES OF 1951,
A COURSE TO FOLLOXV IN THE TROUBLED MODERN XVORLD.
XVE MUST LIVE
AS MEMBERS OF THE
MYSTICAL BODY OF CHRIST
AND OF THE
BODY OE AMERICA.
THESE DUTIES CONVERGE INTO THE LIVING FAITH XVITH
XVHICH RWE MEET AND CONQUER THE CHALLENGE OF
SECULARISM AND MATERIALISM.
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ARCHDIOCESE OF LOS ANGELES
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To send greetings to the stuients of
WMOUHT SAINT MARY'S COLXEGEN
is a joy and a challenge. It is e challenge because
the projection into the future of the potentialities
of education at Mount Saint T-iary's draws heavily upon
the capacity of imagination.
Your training cnltivetes the foundations of
womanhood that are in such marked contrast to the de-
clining standards resulting from e Godlees education.
Therefore, ee leaders and examples of a truly
religious womanhood you will be e challenge to the
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Hli most important day on each college seniors calendar is "Commence-
ment Day '." This term is a profound one, deep-rooted in four years of
preparation "to enter the arena to take part in the battle" as Our Holy Father
has said in his D21scw'Ij1'tt,v for flu' llnfllllrlll nf Today. You commence to live
life, not passively but actively. Each alumna, in accordance with the will
of His Holiness, is to participate in the impregnation of public life with
the spirit of Christ to as large an extent as her state in life will permit. The
wife and mother is to "courageously accept her new duties" and enter into
the activities which protect the integrity of Christian homes, further the
welfare of all children, and influence legislation and administration when
God-given rights are being undermined. Among the students who receive
their bachelors degrees this year are some who may have the leisure to prepare
themselves in a particular way to engage in the front-line battle of public
life, and to lit themselves to direct their energies to preserve the way of life
guaranteed to us by our Christian constitution and government. The Przjmf
IDi1'erfi1'u.i' for flw llnfllllzlll of Y'ofL1,3' state: "To live today in our great cities
without loss of faith and purity requires no less heroism than was needed in
the days of bloody persecution." To reinforce the prayer and sacrifices of
those in the midst of the social melee will be those members of the Class of
Fifty-one, who by devoting themselves to prayer and training of youth, will
obtain graces for all of you, and send forth recruits to fill your ranks. I can
give you no better challenge than the words of Pope Pius XII, "Be present
everywhere for the Faith, for Christ, in every way and to the utmost possible
limit, whenever vital interests are at stake, whenever laws bearing on the
worship of God, marriage, the family, the school, and the social order are
proposed and discussed." My prayer will accompany you in the pursuit of
these noble ideals.
MOTH IYR AGN IES MARI IT
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s you leave your college days behind you to commence the work for
which your Alma Mater has been preparing you for the past four years, you
do well to pause for a moment to reflect on the obligations that are yours as
Catholic women, graduates of a Catholic college. The choice of theme for
your yearbook - The Pzlfhlf Di1'wfi1'w' for flvcf llwfllllrlll of 'l'nrf41'y- is indeed
a happy one.
The Divine Plan Maker had ordained that you should go forth to battle for
Him at a time when the forces of evil seem to be in the ascendency. Genera-
tions of graduates have been told that the world needs them and their influ-
ence, but never before in the history of civilization has this been so true as
it is today. Our country, our Church, the whole world needs valiant women,
generous of spirit and steadfast of purpose, ready and willing to submerge
their own petty sellish desires so that Christ and His cause may triumph over
the powerful forces of secularism and atheism.
Great courage is needed and deep faith. Each one of you is called to be an
apostle, willing, if need be, to give all, even life itself, so that each member
of the Mystical Body of Christ may enjoy the freedom "wherewith Christ has
made him free." The weapons of good example, prayer, and self-sacrifice
are yours. Witlm Saint Paul, you, too, "can do all things in Him XVho
Our prayers follow you as you go. May God bless you always and may
Mary, His loving Mother and ours, be ever close to you to guard you and to
keep you loyal to Her Son and His Church.
SISTER ROSE DE LIMA
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Hli coat of arms ot the Sisters of Saint joseph of Carondelet richly sym-
bolizes the origin and identification of this congregation. The azure field
represents the protection of heaven over these members of Christ's Mystical
Body vowed in a special way to that King whose crown azure is seen occupying
the place of highest honor. The circle of black centered at the transverse beams
of the cross symbolizes death to the world in order to possess the cross of Christ
alone. The carpenters square, symbol of the life of active work in imitation
of their patron, Saint joseph, bears the words, "Humility and Charity," virtues
that are at the Foundation and fruition of all their labors. The lily in full
bloom symbolizes their vow of chastity. The fleur-de-lis refers to their origin
in France and the crescent to America, where so many work today: the five-
pointed star, or mullet, stands for the dignity, the glory, and the grandeur
of this land and its Immaculate Protector, Mary.
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LX ECUTIVE OFFICERS
Mother Rosemary-HmmJrzrvy Prtarjalezzl
Mother Margaret Mary-Prefiffezzf E111w'il11.r
Mother Agnes MHFIC-PI'C'.l'jI?,Cf11f
Sister Rose de Lima-Dram of SfIlI7,j6.f
Sister Rose Gertrude-Demi of Reridwzf Sfzzdezzlr
Sister Mary TCFCSZ1'-'R6gf.l'I'l'rll'
Sister Mary ElC3IlOI'1Tl'6'd.l'lll'L'I'
Sister Catherine Anita-Libmrirzlz
Sister Agnes Bernard-
I-Iirfory mm' Pofifimf Sriwzre
Sister Alice MHIIC'-Cl767lli.l'l1"1f and PIU f.ss in
Sister Aline Marie-Moalern Lrrlzgzzrzgei'
Sister Mary Brigid-Sofia! ll"elfr11-rf
Sister Mary Celestine-Mznrir
Sister Mary Dolorosa-
Pl1ilo.r0j1lvy fum' Cfizuirfzf Lzlllglldgtili
Sister Eloise Therese-Moalerzz Lmlgmzger
Sister Mary GCHCIOSH-Hf,ff0l"1l
Sister Mary Germaine-Latin and Hiffory
Sister Gertrude Joseplu-Biology
Sister Mary HOffCHSlH-El1lllL'zIfjOll
Sister Mary Ignatia-Ari
Sister Mary Marguerite-Home El'0lZ0llljL'.l'
Sister Marie cle Lourdes-Ifzzglirlr
Sister Mary Patricia-Ellgfirlw
Sister Mary Rebecca-Nzfrrizzg Ea'1m1fim1
Sister Regina josepli-Sormf SL'iCJ1ll'Cf.l'
Sister Rose de Linwa-Effzzrrzliml
Sister Rose Gertrude-Ilflrzflveznrzfhif
Sister St. FI'HI1CIS1SOl'jzI! Sriwzrcmr
Sister Mary Tirnotlmy-Mmm'
Msgr. Anthony BDUNVC'l'S'RCf!jtQjfh'1
Rev. james N. Corl3ettfMI'lvi!n.rnjvfvy
Rev. Michael I-Ianlon-Pryrlvrflrfgy
Rev. .Iames O'Reilly-Refigion and llflzlfbtllllzlflt 1
Miss Hallie Bundy-Clvwzfiylry
Mrs. Chester Comeau-Home Et'U1l0llljt'J'
Miss Genevieve Degen-Home El'0llU1lljl'.f
Mrs. Ethel M. Keithley-B11ri11e.s',a' Arfzllilljrfmfzmz
Miss Katherine Kudeiiov-Plvy.i'in1f l?r1'mufim1
Miss Elsie Ratlxvaii-Ezfglirlv
Miss Frances SVN'CCIICY-Efflllllfjflll
Mr. Ramon XV. Atistiii-fllznir
Mr. Gregory Barlotls-Erozzrmfirr
Mr. Harald Dyrenforth-Dmlmz ruff! Sfveerlv
Mr. Harold Fitzgerald-Plvifomjvlvy mm' Ezzgfinl
Mr. XV ill Garroway-Mnrir
Mr. Robert Greenberg-Art
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" . . .give them evidence that for a Catholic her faith is Ll
solid living reality."
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Auburn-haired Kathy has served
SXVP5 as social chairman and sec-
retary. and the Community Chest
in its annual drives. ln Tau Alpha
Zeta she held the otlite of secretary
and ot' vice president, Her college
memories include football teamsee
Notre Dame, Santa Clara, or Ohio
State vacations as Lake Tahoe or
Rochester, boating, water-skiing,
and a tertain midnight.
Wlieii Rosie was not too busy in
the lounge polishing her bridge
game, she frequented the music
roomsgplaying piano or bass vio-
lin tor the string ensemble or con-
tributing a soprano to the Choral
Group, Extra-curricular activities
t-eatured Gamma Sigma Phi, shears
ing Doris' hair, being conspicuous
beside ski-tows, and fiance, Louis
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Bachelor of Arts
Pete divides her executive talents
between the student government-
hrst secretary, then president-and
the International Language Club as
vice president and president. She
has also been active in Tri Rho.
Her extra-curricular interests cen-
tered upon sports and her trip to
Mexico W "terrific place." After
graduation Pete plans to teach --
"ls1athy" "Rosie" "Pete"
"Gerry" "Dee" "Mac"
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Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts
Major-Music Theory Group lVI.iyor-English, Speech, History, lNfIaior--Eton-units
Minor-Philosophy Edutation lNIinor-Business Ailrninistration
Gerry s ofhces bespeak her interests
gsecretary, vice prefect, and chair-
man of the publicity committee of
Our Ladys Sodality, social secretary
of the International Language Club,
treasurer of the music Club, and
secretary of Pi Delta Phi Still
Gerry hnds time for music, and for
adding to her scrapbooks and to
her hope chest.
Brentwood Elementary School with
necessary lesson plans took up so
much time that Dee is still learning
to drive. In her less vigorous IDO-
ments she writes long, long letters,
draws, and knits. She owes close-
cropped honey-colored coihfure to
Mac, the straight-faced one of
"Carpino's Alley" made history as
"The Backward Girl of the Stein-
way." In spite of long hours of
practice to maintain her position in
the music world, she found time
for several other activities-histon
ian and treasurer of SWES, vice
president of International Language
Club, Press Club, secretary of the
junior class, vice president of the
senior class, editor of the hand-
book, upper-division representative
at Iarquc- and tiriulation INJILIKQCI' ol
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Liriiup Nairii-flfclutatioii, Music. lN'laior-f-Home liciinoinics A B'ulwiUI lit NAMN
linglish lXliniir+l'hisiness Adininistratiiin l'l'1'it 'Bmw biijlhw
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W.iiit a xiolinist, camp counsellor,
teaclicr? Call on Pat. Also she
paiiits china, or posters, swims or
lilie-saves, and whips up last-minute
.issilrgiiiiieiitx lirentwood Elemen-
tary School, the cabin in Wriglit-
wood, lfriday afternoon concerts at
the Philharmonic, chats in the li-
brary, added to chairmanship of
the Sodality publicity committee,
.lunior Dante committee, member-
ship in 'liau Alpha Zeta, Tri Rho
and the music club are part of Pat's
storc ol memories.
Mary Ann was a member of the
International Language club, SWES,
Red Cross, and Home Economics
Club as vice president. She is a
prolific and proficient knitter of
argyles v even winning blue rib-
bons. Her frequent presence in
bridal parties has given her one of
the finest collections of bridesmaid
dresses on campus.
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"Pat" Mary Ann
"Clarpino's Alleys' athlete e Ojai
tennis tournament, p i n Kg - p on
swiinminiig, tennis instructor-sRita
has been active in Tri Rho, Inter-
national Laiiguage Clubfboth as
president and vice president if
SWES, and WRA f as treasurer
and vice president, ln demand for
intormal entertainment Rita would
oblige with a spritely Charleston.
"Maggie" "Emil" Rose Mary
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Bachelor of Arts
Group Major4Education, History,
Maggies interests were with Tri-
Rho club and Gamma Sigma Phi.
She made a memorable appearance
half of the Siamese twinsgwith
joan Hogan. Maggie knits, and
bowls, and water-skis totally sub-
merged but for the head. Some peo-
ple may not have heard her remark:
"I am going to San Francisco this
Bachelor of Arts
Emil has been vice president ot the
boarder council, settlement chaire
man and secretary of SWES, chair-
man of the Community Chest on
campus, and recording secretary
and president both junior and sen-
ior year of Tau Alpha Zeta. The
Cal-Poly Social Welf.ii'c' Conference.
New Years WSU, Ohio State, and
a two-week campus she finds un-
forgettable. A distributor of nick-
names, Emils call is "Has the mail
.geose fflluvy Cisquibef
Bachelor of Arts
Witll camera and tripod in tow,
Rose Mary cheerfully attended every
Mount function worthy of record
on celluloid, An ex-Air Corps
WAC in photo-intelligence she was
active on campus - Sodality, Par-
nassians, and International Lan-
guage Club. She is an ardent fan
ol the l.os Angeles lJllIlll.ll'!lIU!1t
and a cleft seamstress, At any time
one linds Rose Mary where bees
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lidthelor ot Arts
Citherine was .ilwgiys colletting
money - tre.1surer for the Press
Club .ind for the Senior Class, .ind
thiel' p.itron-bringer for the annual
pltiy. Her .utivities rtrnlued from
edting, sleeping, swimming, and
knitting through retiding .ind listen-
ing to Vifho-dun-its on the radio to
ushering .it the lJl1llll.1I'INO1llC. The
tross she bore lor senior year was
thu ol topy-editor tor 'Hee Mumzl.
Bathelor of Arts
IX Luor-H istory
Frrinees has been editor of The
I 'ferry rissotirtte editor of The
Muffin. elriss treasurer, sophomore
year, and vine president, junior
year. She l'l.lS been uetive in Eu-
sebi.1ns, Tri Rho, and the Press
Club. Her college memories in-
clude MCJ.I'PlllO'S Alley" and pine-
tiee teathing at Brentwood. A
girl of simple tastes, sleeping was
her tuvorite pastime.
B.uht-lor of Arts
Group lN'l.i1or-Englisli, Speeth, History,
Though she w.is tl transfer student
from IlNlllJ.CLIl.1fC Heart und Uni-
versity of Southern Calitornitx, Ei-
leen insists that there is no place
like the Mount. She has been
rretive in Our Lildys Sodality, Tri
Rho, and the Red Cross. Pluying
the piano .ind the organ and danc-
ing head her list of favorite pus-
times ln publit speuking tl.1ss she
deb.ited eloquently tor Co-edutyition
in C.1tholit' Colleges.
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Catherine Frances Eileen
Mary Ann Mary lillen Theresa
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Bclclleloi' of Arts
MaicvrfMatliematics and Business
Quiet and conscientious Mary Ann
has been an active Socialist, and a
member of the WRA and Kappa
Theta Mu. She found time for
both classes and a job--mornings
she whiled away as a bookkeeper.
She likes to sew and to bowl. Her
usual inquiry has been, "Wliere's
Bachelor of Arts
Mary Ellen of the freckles, smile,
and rapid speech divided her mem-
bership between Kappa Tlieta Mu
- president her senior year -- and
the Sodality -e chairman of Our
Ladys Committee and Our Lady of
Fatimas chief agent on campus.
Mary Ellen proves again that a
scientific education is not of neces-
sity a narrow one with her promin-
ence in Soclality and sports and her
enthusiasm for dancing.
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liaclielcil' of Arts
Theresa, the Mounts representative
from the Orient, has suffered from
absent mindeclness and teasing for
her Oxford accent. Her honors
range from fourth place in the
class abacus contest in primary
school, to first place in The Cabrini
Literary Contest for Los Angeles
Catholic' college stuclents. Piano
and flower arrangement are her
hobbiesg her probable future occu-
pation will be in the Department
of Foreign Affairs of the hlapanese
tqfizgucllc .gfJl.l!JU7tl' .qltwy form qfevolcl
lf'l.1Ll1L'lUl' of Artw
Minor Phvx1t.1i l2tlu1.1ti1in
C,oinn1unity Chemt, Retl Cross,
XWRA. SXWES .15 settlement tlL1ll'-
iniin. Pi Delta Phi .12 presitlent, .1n1l
illdtl Alpl1.1 Zen .15 pledge mistress
.intl vite presitlent were tenters of
Htiguettek 111tivit'ies. She rernein-
hers tennia, volleylmll, e.1rly morn-
ing NllOXYC.'I'N, 'iottee time," .lIlLl
Phoenix in August ttntl liehruury,
.intl is n1en1or,1hle lor, .llNOll.Lf other
things, her 711 Chevvy with the
short in the horn.
liutlielor of Arta
A l"ehru.1ry wetltling was tl1e out-
Sl.UlLll1lg event of loans senior
yC.lI'Q closely .1ssoei11tetl with it .IFC
meinories of the Bel-Air B.1y Cluh
-!'W!l1ere I first inet Bill." Knitt-
ing, trocheting, learning to ski and
to drive .IFC some ot'lo11n'spi1sti1nes.
On eanipus she w.1s active in the
Hon1e Etonoinitns Cluh .uid in
Ci.1lNIN.l Signm Phi, sot'i.1l seeretnry.
She has sititl, "Poison toines in
5IN1lll lW.ltli.1kLfCS, too."
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B.1thelor of Arts
M.1ry 'lC.1llll6'S engagement ring has
not kept her from planning to teach
.lfter QfL1LlL1.ll'lOll. During 11er years
.1t the Mount she was rin active so-
dulisteco-t'l111irmitn of the .uwostolit
committee her junior year, prefect,
her senior s and L1 sports' en-
thusiast 3 headed volleyball divi-
sion of the W.ll.1'X. her junior year.
She .1l5o lintlx time to knit socks
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Evelyn Mary Lou Mary
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Batlielor of Arts
The eohcee bar has been Evelyn's
station - part of the responsibili-
ties of an active Eusebiang senior
year she served the Eusebians as
president, and was active in Tri
Rho. Evelyn says she loves ani-
mals and reading - the latter is
somewhat limited by her habit of
falling asleep at 9:30 p.m.
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Bgnlmlimr' uf SLlCflLL' l5.iL'l1el0l' uf Arts
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lNl1nor-Hfiant er Researt h
Mary Lou has been prominent in
the Eusebians, Parnassians, Choral
group, Music, Science, and Lan-
guage clubsg she served as secre-
tary for the Seiente club. Until she
acquires those 5,000 acres in Ore-
gon to raise rattle or sheep, she
contents herself at her brothers
ranch in Carlsbad. Frequent be-
tween-meal snatlts do not aflett
her slim figure. liriends will miss
hearing her say, "Next semester I
am going to study."
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Mary served the student body as
publitity chairman and Gamma
Sigma Phi sorority as setretary and
pledge-mistress, She was also ae-
tive in Our Ladys Sodality, SWES.
and NFCCS, being vice president
of the Los Angeles region and a
representative to the Chicago na-
tional tonvention. Mary is gra-
ciously tooperative in any aetivity
from tlean-up tommittees to im-
promptu entertainments - an in-
dispensable to "Ye old-time Quar-
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liitlitloi' of Arts
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Minor - lmorioiiiits
c,l.1ll'L'vS .utixiities on QJINPLIS intlucle
SXWES .is presiclent .incl llItCI'I'.lLl.1l
coininittee Ll1.llI'IN.lll, .incl cl.1ss treas-
urer junior yU.lI'. She w.1s .ilso vice
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presitlent ol ltlt' Alpl1.1 Z,et.1 .inn
1 ineniber ot Nl"C,C.5 serving L15
tll.llI'1N.lI1 ol' tlie O1erse.1s Service
JI'Uyl'.lIN. Claire consumes count-
less tups ot' tottee - - both suif.1r
intl LIAL'.llT1 H f .intl suffers from un-
Ptllltltlilllly on tltlfC!w .incl blindness
to .lily objctt niowing or Sf.ltlOllAlI'y
Weyontl .1 rritlius ol' eighteen inches.
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litlkllkfltll' of Arts
Eletmor, the most "senior" senior,
l1.1s been active in SWES, the So-
clnlity, 'l'ri-Rho, l.llCgLl.1fLlS' club,
rintl as president of WRA and
Ql1.lll'IN.1l1 ot' the WRA of the Col-
leges ot' Southern C.1lit'orni11. Elea-
nor spent two and L1 lltllf ye.1rs in
the U. S. Marine Corps --H WtlSl1-
ington Dfw to H.1w11ii se tincl two
months in Europe on the Holy
Ye.1r pilgrin1.1ge-ftwelve countries.
At, not in, the pool is l1er t-.ivorite
l1.1unt ol' stutly.
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Helen has been Ll member' of Tau
Alplm Zeta sorority and .ictive
.unong the Eusebirms Q tencling
the coffee-bar and speaking .1t their
tliscussion meetings. Several ot lier
book reviews have appearecl in The
Ivflflfl. She enjoys sleeping and
re.1clingg one ot' her favorite books
is Clsuclels Srifm Sfillzjveiy Helen
has spoken ot' taking the law test
at Loyola University.
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lgzvy Dorothy "Angie"
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Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Arts
Malor--Education, Home lfcumwilllts
Minor-Physical Education Minor- Philosophy
Though she was a transfer student
from St. Mary-ot'-tlie-Woocls, Indi-
ana, Evy found no dithculty in
htting into the Mount. She has
been active in the International
Language Club, Sodality, SWES, as
vice president, recording secretary
of the WRA, and secretary of the
Co-ordinating Council of the WRA
of Southern California Colleges.
She likes Newport Beach, volley-
ball and "Carpino's Alley." Evy's
was the heartiest laugh there.
Dorothy was not too active as the
vice president of the Home Eco-
nomics club, or regional historian
of the Home Economics Associa-
tion, member of Tri Rho, or re-
cording secretary ot' Gamma Sigma
Phi to become Mrs. Lady at
Thcinlcsgiving. Her otl-campus ac-
tivities are colletting pennies and
souvenirs and, since November.
home-making with emphasis on the
joys of dish washing. In spite of
Margarets constant attention to
that detail, Dorothy will go lip'
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liaclielor of Arts
Being president, lirst of the junior
and now of the senior class, Angie
found no spare time for campus
organizations. Her hobbies are
sewing e she makes her clothes ees
and dancing, especially the Lambda
Nu. She feels, and we hope, that
shell never run out of talk about
her "wonderful" summer in Eur-
ope. Hers is the disquieting re-
mark: "Wcrll, bully for youlu
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Batlielor of Arts Batlielor of Arts
On tampus Gloria was prominent
in Our l.ady's Sodality and the Tri
Rho Qlubg she prattired teathing
at both Brentwood Elementary and
Franklin Sehools. Gloria makes her
own tlothes and produees dozens ot'
enviable argyles and other knitted
Eloise merits special mention as the
ehemistry student most often given
lirst aidg she has acid-magnetism.
A charter member of the honorary
chemistry society, a member of
Kappa Theta Mu, and ot Gamma
Sigma Phi Y she was president of
Gammas her senior year a- she
also plays bridge. She is among
the tirst possessors of a tan each
springg some of her happiest sum-
mers have been spent at Newport.
fqarze .guonnefly 1 fllelanson
Bathelor ot Sriente
-lanie has been a member ol' the
International Language Club, Kap-
pa Theta Mu, and Tau Alpha Zeta's
vice president. She was married in
August and two weeks later was
back at the Mount, Besides her
summer wedding she'll remember
football games and parties and her
charming charges, the rats and mice
in the lah.
Rosemary "Um" Rita
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l-as Vegas, Nevada
Rosemary was busy in Our l-acly's
Soclality, Kappa Theta Mu, ancl
Tri Rho clubs. Dancing, hiking,
and swimming head her list of
things to clog she is "crazy" about
her two nephews and niece. Next
to graduation, the most memorable
event ot the year, she insists, was
the cutting ot' her hair.
Nnewi, Nigeria, Wfcsl Alina
Uzos affiliations on campus werc
with the Soclality. International
Language Club, SWES, lfusebians,
ancl Parnassians, which she seiwc-tl
as secretary-treasurer. She is mem-
orable for her appearance in na-
tional costume during interixuial
week. her eagerness to aicl in our
unclerstancling of her country, anil
her ability to reacl Chaucer aloutl
beautifully. She loves to sleep
ancl to reacl-despecially fiction. She
will be Mrs. Benjamin Mbalcwem
Cirivup lNl.i1ui'---Englisli, l-listury,
Rita Gloria, a member of the Press
Club, Red Cross, Parnassians, and
Tri-Rho, was treasurer and vice-
presiclent ol' the stuclent-body ancl
news and associate eclitor ot' 'lfie
l'feu', Her hometown, Chicago,
clancing, dramatics, music. usher-
ing at the Philharmonic, ancl knit-
ting argyles she remembers among
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Kl.1in.ith liills, Oregon
Katy, the older Oflonnor, h.1s heen
.ietive in Our I-.11ly's Soelality, P.1r-
n.issi.1ns, SXWE5, Tri-Rho, .tml Press
Cluh. Hers was the tlouhtlul hon'
or of driving Goliath on his ill-
lltvoretl l.tst journey-sGoli.1th per-
ishetl but his 0LLLlP.ll1lS es1.1pe1l
serious iniuriesfwith Katy sport-
ing .1 lovely hl.11k eye tllltl inultif
1olore1l hrtiises. She likes writing
letters tlllkl keeping .1 1l.1ily Lll.lI'y.
lNlinr1rf-Si11i.ll Stienees, Philosopl1y
lNll.1IN.Ill1 llills, Oregon
lVlLll'llOLl is the husy person with
time .ilwnys for one more .lttivity
---So1l.1lity, ELlSClWlLlIlS, Press Club,
Tri-Rho, P.1rn.1ssi.1ns .ls president'
senior year, el.1ss secretary senior
year, 'I he Mnmzf staff as ingike-up
editor. student-body puhlieity 1h.1ir-
nun, .md the enfuweinent rnv
senior ye.1r. Next year she plans
to work for .1 seeontlilry eretlentitil.
M.irilou's "hobby" is Oregon: "just
-finore weeks 'til v.11.1tion, then
lil1ll1lC'Cl1 "Katy" Mzlrilou
Shirley Rita Susan
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Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science Baclaelof of Arts
Mayor-Art lx'I.ilUI'fNLlI'SlDg Education lNI.1!f'I'i"li'W,:lisl1
Minor--English, Philosophy Minor-Social Science MlITUl'fPllll4N'PlW
Los Angeles Los Angeles Westwwucl
Shirley, doubtless from consider-
ation for the make-up of The
Mnzmf, prefers to reserve her new-
ly acquired title of Mrs. Sardis
Beauxbeaux for off-campus use.
Affiliations did not affect her cam-
pus lifeg she has been vice-president
and president of the Art Club, and
active in the Sodality, WRA, Com-
munity Chest, and Red Cross. Her
hobbies are sleeping and art.
Rita is a registered nurse of Queen
of Angels College of Nursing.
where she was senior class president
and Sodality union prefect. Here
at the Mount, she has been an ac'
tive member of the Red Cross,
Sodality, and Parnassians. Rita
likes to knit and in a more vigorous
vein, play tennis and ski,
Susan has been present among the
Eusebians, the Parnassians, the
Press club as vice president, and
Gamma Sigma Phi as publicity
chairman and vice president. She
has also contributed to 'lilve lrfdll'
and to 7f7e Nluffaff as a copy editor.
A relaxed position is her favoriteg
from it she argues, plays bridge and
reads. She becomes almost en-
thusiastic over El Greco, Botticelli,
Mozart, the harpsichord, Elizabeth-
an poetry. and "XVinnie the Pooh."
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liiclitlor ol Arts
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On cginipus Arlene l1.1s been Active
in the lI1lL'I'U.lllO1l.1l l-Jl'lgll.llQC Club.
lJL1I'I'l.lSSl.lIlS e vice president and
presidentff 11nd Music Club-vice
president 1lllLl president. She h11s
.ilso been IACPI'tSCUf.1llVC to the Los
Angeles Philh11rn1onic All-College
lforum. secretary this ye.1r under
the nirme "Irene," rourtesy proof-
re.1der ol' the Philh.1rn1onic n1.1g.1-
zine. Her hobbies .IFC Lllliflllg,
swin1n1ing, singing, .incl attending
INlISlL.ll events .ind pl.1ys. Arlene
h.1s kin cnx'i.1ble collection of eye-
Ilhllit up rind the longest hair on
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Stell.1 hiis been busy with the Inter-
I1.lllOI1.ll L.1H'Qtl.llQC club, SWES, the
l3LlSCl7lJllS, the P.1rn.1ssi.1ns, .ind Our
I,.1dy's Sodiility. She is enthusiiistic
.ibout b.1seb.1ll and long rides p.1r-
llLLll.1I'ly with Edw.1rd and his crew
soon .rtiter sunrise. Stella is re-
n1t1rlx.1ble for both her LllL1SSLllTllI1tSl
elliciency .md her eiiphonious n11n1e.
l5.1rl1clor ol Arts
Mary Mt1I'KQ.11'C'f h.1s been erhcient .is
business n1.1nr1ger of Tfve Mmm!
.ind as publicity ClLllI'lTl.1l1 and treas-
urer of Gt1mm.1 Sigma Phi and
.1ctive in the Press club, the Euseb-
i11ns, and the P.1rn11ssii1ns. Sl1e is
noted for being bridesiimid, love
for bridge, Notre Dame, and San
Fr.1ncisco, especially its 1'CSfL1LIl'L1l1fS.
Sl1e reads Angela Thirkell, Wiiicigli,
.1nd Ivy COlNPfOl1-BLIl'l1Cflf. She
h.1s .1 gre.1t desire to see .rims
hooded emu, .l.lILl to hex whoever
.iddresses her .as "Ml1I'g1ll'Cf Miiryfl
Arlene Stella Mary Margaret
.qlosenza 'ly Ciffzabelfz cgclz ule7
liachelur of Arts
Although illness made her unable
to graduate with her class, Rose-
mary had been active in the Red
Cross. Community Chest, and
SWESQ twice she was treasurer of
Tau Alpha Zeta. The Ohio State-
Cal game, 1930, several appearanc-
es on television, the Arrowhead
Yacht Club, and a portion of the
Colombian Navy are high in her
list of good things to remember.
Her favorite occupations are model-
ing, dancing, sun bathing, shows,
and bridge e "Need a fourth?"
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Bitcheliai' of Arts
Somewhere between hom:-making
for john and baby-tending for
Stephen, Gen has found time for
the Press Club, Eusebians, Parnas-
sians, and to be social chairman for
the Mount. Her hobbies are ten-
nis, swimming, photography, and
reading - especially the poems of
Lawrence Hope and Elizabeth Bar-
rett Browning. Her characteristic
remark is "Would you like to
Bachelor' of BILISIL
The Mmm! staff apologizes btt
h i I
deadlines would not wait until
,Iackies experiment with the shear-
ed look was complete. Membership
in the Sodality Council as publicity
chairman, the International Lan-
guage Club, ,lunior-Senior Prom
committee, Choral group, Tri-Rho,
Inter-American Union, and the Mu-
sic Club as secretary and vice presi-
dent, shows the diversity of jackies
interests, she also plays the organ
and sings for Father Ryder's Rus-
sian Choir. She'll never forget that
night at the ballet a day too early.
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Minor linglisli, ljlnlostipliy lNliniirfArt ll'lll'lUI'-I-Slllll
licnc-i'.il tilt mcntary Ci ctlential
Helen bundayw has the adxantalue
ot coming from a home conducted
entirely in th
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-- she reads and speaks the lan-
gtiaiue fluently, She loves her major
J plays only classical music on the
piano is practiting teaching te
niques on two younver sisters,
skating, and dancing. On campus
Helen has been active in the choral
i Rho, Musit, and
group and in lii
Phyl, who originated in Chicago,
includes counselling at summer
camps, golf, and swimming among
her favorite extra4curricular activi-
ties. At the Mount it was 'Span-
ish l'orever," with time for the
Home Economics club, which she
served as treasurer and as president,
the Parnassians, as treasurer, and
Tau Alpha Zeta sorority as social
Clhoral group, sodality, Eusebians as
secretnryrtreasurer, Tri-Rho club as
vice president and president, The
zllnfml staff as art editor, typing
and being generally useful in the
Registrars oilice absorbed some ot'
Dolores' energies. Her favorite
pastimes include ping-pong, art,
eating popcorn, occupying rocking
chairs, and singing - she is an
enthusiastic member of Father Ry-
der's Russian Choir.
Helen "Phyl" Dolores
Vera Anne M a ri l yn
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B-lfllelof of Arts Bachelor of Science Bllflwlflr Ut- ANN
Md,i,fH.Hi5t0fy NIML,r-lgymcrmluuv Group M.iio1'f-History, Education,
MlW"1'ABi0lU.23" Minor-Cancer Research English- Sljfull
SXVES, the International Language
Club, Tri-Rho, and the Eusebians
were Vera's on-campus affiliations.
As is usual among practice teach-
ers, she will never forget blithe
mornings at Brentwood Elementary
School. For her quieter moments
Vera chooses musical comedy g
attended preferably, or listened to
from radio or records.
Anne has successfully mixed science
and English, having been editor of
The l,lL'Il', president of the Press
Club, and ofhcial chauffeur for the
Cancer Research class, spending
much of her time at St. Vincents.
She has even won an Interracial
Week Essay award. Writiiig letters
during class time, snapping Mount
pictures, interviewing VIPS, dream-
ing of traveling occupy much of her
time. Thoughtful, friendly, and
cooperative, Anne with her quiet
"l-ley!" and Hawaiian accent is the
Marilyn has been the honorary
"Mrs" of Carpinos Alley Q the
children at Brentwood Elementary
School feel all teachers ought to be
married. Among Mount students
she is known as "Off-key Marilyn
Yee" of the loud voice and louder
radio. For exercise of muscles she
plays ping-pong and dances the
hula -- what would impromptu
entertainment do without her? She
has held the offices of publicity
chairman for Alfie Munn! and circu-
lation manager of The Vieux
enicfz nights Out
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first senior night out at the party on Malibu
l5C.lL'll...l:l'OlN sea level to the stratosphere
marked the night at the opera, Brzrbw' nf
Seiikffe. with Lily Pons . . . The movie Cyimm
Je l3w'tqeiuzt, and Melody Lane were destina-
tions tor a large group in Decembei '... The
spaghetti dinner .it Pat Cummings in -lanuary
included good food and many jokes...The
Holy Year Pilgrimage in liebruary to Marys
Chapel, the Cathedral, .ind the Mission ended
with .1 Chinese dinner...Opening night lor
The ElltiX7tI1lft"zf at Pasadena Playliouse enter-
tained seniors on March 29.
Seniors arrive at the Shrine and check ro-
grams before entering to see The Barber
"Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us" . . . Holy
Year Pilgrimage was February "Night Out"
A visit to Olvera Street iillecl with questions
about curios discovered at the stalls which
line the street.
A blazing fire, the center of interest at
October Night Out, was further enhanced
Seniors welcomed Freshman-Treasure Hunt...ice cream, cookies, and an introduction to
the campus.. . wiener roast at Malibu, with thanks to Gen Smurda, songs, and jokes, sand
and bugs, and fun . . .nite at "Barber of Seville' '... gallery seats and opera glasses. . . De-
cember, the Fine Arts Theater and "Cyrano de Bergerac' '... wonderful jose Ferrar . . .
Fathers' Night . . . our usual skit . . . Night at the Mount, january 14 . . . guest stars and real
stars . . . bingo, cake and games . . .retreat and meditation in February. . . our last one on this
campus . . . St. Patricks Day and the shamrock-studded entertainment. . . and all too soon,
the Senior Farewell Dance, April 21 . . . we'll miss all of you. . .and the campus we know
so well . . .junior-Senior Prom on May 5 . . . delightful bon voyage from the juniors . . . Bac-
culuareate Mass on May 27 . . . awarding of hoods . . . a new petition in ouriprayers-for our
school . . . then on june 2, the Senior Banquet . . . our last project as the senior class . . . and
hnally june 5 and commencement.. . diplomas, the Archbishop, parents and friends . . . tea
in the Social Hall. . .Nostalgic farewells to "The Mount' '... we'll miss you.
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Monior Kilkellyeel'fi'v lhtfiiiftfifl Inipy lVll.'yCl'--ellielfcfvllf
loan Sligm'-Trai:iffrw' Peggy St0ttfSui'mf!i1r'r
Quality not quantity . . . re-elections . . . little sisters . . . juniors meet frosh
. . . green week . . . royal hlue and grey hats . . . Silver Anniversary Ball with
LaVerne Boyer . . . school rings r . . Patti the Lion . . . Rosemarie on Loyola
homecoming float . . . lead drive for patrons of fmzzvr Iijrimf Alu . . . home-
coolced dinner on junior night out . . . retreat . . . junior-senior prom . . .
finals . . . prophecy , . . hoarder open house . . . graduation day-ivy chain
. . . Seniors?
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Ann Czuleger, Grace Bohanon, Marie Fon-
t.1n.1, P.1tti Crrtulync
Ruw 2-Rim Blcksmith. Tree Giovunelli, Mari-
.xmm Bauer, Duwnre Cobb, Peggy Bradish
Not pictured: 'Iuunita Cusack, Bernadette Gou-
vcin, Deenie Ilwbitson, Barbrrra Pearman,
Dmli Peltzcr, Phyllis Taylor
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Delia AlV21I'C'ZfSL'l'I'L2ft1l'.1' Ann SLOtt'Pl't'lfr1itllf
Doris Hlf-l.l-:ll1S"ml',fl'L" l9i'amfw1f Sheila SlllllVLll17,flI'e'rIllll'c'l'
Sophomore year began with a splash welcoming freshmen in September at swim party . . .
masked the Social Hall in pitch and flame-colored decorations to terrify fellow Mounters at
Halloween party '... entertained at personality plus stag dance sponsored by Student Council
. . . added red and green Charm to campus Christmas , . . donated knowledge - offered
blood to Red Cross and felt weaker yet strongerl . . . on February 3 transformed Mount
Ballroom into lavish carnival tent for traditional Mardi Gras . . . made Holy Year Pilgrim-
age in "bands" from four up . . . took, or were taken by Sophomore Record lixam - reveal-
ing to know what xxe dont know! . . . flew on fathers carpet to Lavelle Rotsler's Oxnard
ranch for weekend get-together in April . . . come May, studied furiously and prayed heartily
. . . greeting sunrise with term papers in hand . . . now, with "two down and two to go,"
the Sophs sincerely thank those who helped keep the goal visible.
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Catlicrinc- Srullv, Sliirlcx' VINl.ly.
Mary Wc-iiliiilac-i'. Mary Alitc' Zalf
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lcr Ciloria W'ill, flurrlottc' Rivlic
lNl.ir.u.irct Tripp. Nanty Dc.1tliei'.igc.
Sstlcll Stokis Slicila Sullivan
Row I-Marilyn Munton, Doris
Quellet, Suoan McDonough,
Grate Prexto, 'luanita Quigley,
Gabby Marciaeq. Chela Pare-
des. Callie Orfanos
Row 2 - Nfary Evelyn Meiehel-
botlc, Helen Pawling, Pat
Pieree, Dorothy Lea, Grate
Quinn, M a r t h a Moltena.
Row 3gLillian Pereyra, Iowana
Phillips, Virginia Mettee, Pat
Pinneo, Eleanor Leavell,Nanty
Newell, xloanne McCarthy
Row l--Becky Bohanon, Frantex
Charland, Phyllis Benedetto,
Renee Andreo, Frames Benke.
Ana Maria Cota, Patrieia
Row 2 - Nellie Beridon, Delia
Alvarez, Pat Bollig, Genny
Castellanos, B e v e r l y Czar,
Gloria Arias, Gloria Day, Bar-
bara Breen, Barbara Baker
Row 5 Q Betty Cain, Mary Ger-
trude Cruetz, Nancy Deather-
age, Dodi Corona, Dorothy
Baldwin, Mary Crettol
ww I -- Monica Gosnell, Eileen lx ine
Mary Lou Garyon, -lane Laty, Betty
Dunniggan, Mary Ann Greer
Row 2 - Maripat Donohue, Eliflbeth
Kenny, Mary Virginia Doyle, lx ii
Johnson, jackie Hermann, Mineix 1
Fiorentino, Dorothea Deutseh, loietti
Row 5 - Pat Harman, Barbara Gnxey
Nanny Herbuveaux. Clare FitzGei xld
Elizabeth Jennings, Doris Hi einx
Rosemary vlohnson, Gretl Dietzel
ot pictured: Helen Foldesi, Bu iri
Kalthott, Mary Ann Kraus. Lilias Bur
den. Camille Lufty. Charlene Lutix
Therese Martin, ,loan Newton, P ex
Parkinson, Barbara Stherrer.
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OFFICERS: Left to Right:
Anne Frances Russell-Fm! lfire Pmiiifezff Rosemary Czuleger'eSerreliiry
Marilyn Rticly-Pmfirfefzf Elisa LLiiia Tremff1'e1'
Kathleen Higginsh-Semin! lille Pnfiirfezzl
Big-Little Sister party . . freshmen meet the faculty . . . Green Week . . .
Freshman Follies - "North Bundy' '... freshman boarders' party with
Loyola U .... Lolita Martinez represents Mount as princess at Loyola U.
Homecoming . . . Christmas roster . . . Anne Park, queen of MSMC float
. . . Little Sisters' "grown up" party . . . second freshman issue of The View
"all by ourselves' '... hike up the hill and class picnic at Griffith Park . . .
Row lglylarian Seeley, ,luanita Whiga
ner, ,lune Swithen, Gloria Trujillo.
lNIarg.u'et Wirk, Marion Reaume,
Mary Frances Ross,
Row Zfleannette Slattery, Diane Wfest,
Betty Ryan, llernadette Victorino,
Marilyn Rudy. Sandie Speed, Peggy
Sliaroorl, -loanne Schott, ,leanette
Sardo, 'loann Vosilca
Row 5 1 ll a 1' lu a r a Wiilsli, ,lustim
Wfeilier, ,loan XXfetfel, Ann Frances
Russell. Rosadel Rolaison, Sadie
Mae Williiliiis. Evelyn Srhwalenberg
Row 1 - -loan Norton, joyce
Mazzarelli, Camille Moffett,
Lolita Martinez, Carmen QMar-
rinez, ,Ioan O'Dea, Anna Mac-
chio, Elisa Luna
Row 2-Bertha Munoz, Barbara
Norton, H e l e n McEachen.
Margaret McGraw, janet Mur-
phy, Anne Park, Maria Munoz,
Row 5 1 Pat Perram, Carmen
Munoz, ,leanette McDonald,
,Ioyce Markel, Sylvia Parsons.
Pat Quinn, Nita Riley, Bar-
bara Molthen, Frances Nakaya
Row 1-Betty Hearne, Carolyn
Frisbie, Anne Hennelly, Geri
Goy, Beverly Garvei', Bella
qlacobs, Beatrice Leong, Doro-
Row 2-Pat xlacobs, Elise Kerclt-
hoff, Kathleen Higgins, Peggy
Holtsnider. E i l e e n Hainley,
B a r b a r a Lincoln, Jeannette
Gualano, T e r r y Lauritson,
Row 3 - Georgia Grupe, Pat
Gray, Pat Lee, Ruth Logan,
Charlene I-loltzfaster, Mary
Holland. Celeste Gourdeau
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Carroll. Peggyann Campbell, Beverly
Brunelli. Shirly Burke, Ella ,Io Bun-
yard, Ann Freese.
Row 2-Mary Cornwall, Claudette Dren-
nan, Deirdre Foxen. Mary Beth Crosby.
R o s e in a r y Czuleger. ,lane Brancler,
Eileen Derby, Carolyn Burke, Josephine
Row 5-Ioella Allen, Rosemary Davidson,
Barbara Dobrott, Miliza Foelsch, lvfary
Barbara Anderson, Gloria Francis, Lflary
Bernhardt, Lois Ford
Not pictured: Milania Austin
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Peggy Bradish, NSA representativeg Rita Gloria Murr.1y, vice presidentg Lupita Bernstein,
presidentg Dorothea Deutsch, secretaryg Angela McDonald, senior class presidentg Charlotte
Rohe, treasurer: and Impy Meyer, junior class president
Sfrlzldizlg, lefl fu riglvf: Marilou 0'Connor, publicity chairmang Marilyn Rudy, freshman class
presidentg Ann Scott, sophomore class presidentg Mary Alice Connors, upper-division rep-
resentativeg E'Lane McCaffrey, lower-division representativeg and Mary Jeanne Hoxmeier,
Students' official representative organ . . . planned general assemblies, arranged entertain-
ments and activities . . . expended student funds wisely . . . coordinated campus clubs and
organizations . . . promoted cooperation and loyalty among students . . . met each Monday,
directed by Lupita Bernstein's competent and wise hand . . members - student body
officers, class presidents, representatives-atlarge, social secretary, publicity chairman, and
NFCCS and NSA representatives . . . sponsored a successful dance . . . biggest project was
enlargement of orientation program . . . student-faculty board . . . grateful for support of
their moderator, Sister Rose de Lima.
Row l -1 low.1n.i Phillips, Betty Kane, Margie
Gegg. Monica Gosnc-ll, Nellie Beritlan,
Row 2 - Anne Frames Russell, Peggy Bixltlisli,
Betty Dunnigan, Ann Stott, Doris Higgins
National Student Association . . . student discount service . . . student-faculty
hoard . . . study-travel programs . . . leadership training programs . . .
vocational guidance . . . honor system . . . foreign students' speakers . . .Wfest
Coast tour for foreign students . . . intercollegiate book exchange . . .
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REGIONAL OFFICER: Peggy Bradish-treasurer
National Federation of Catholic College Students . . . Marian Congress at
l.H.C .... overseas program relief drive . . . regional chairman for National
Interracial Commission . . . Marys Hour . . . inter-college picnic and party
at Paradise Cove . . . South American and Canadian tours . . . student govern-
ment clinic . . . inter-collegiate press forum , . . ninth national congress,
St. Paul, Minnesota
RFPRIISITNTATIVIY ON CAMPUS: Beverly Halpin
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' '... XXfoman's work goes hand in hand with her contribu-
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SODALITY Ol9l"ICQER5eLeft to right
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Geraldine Biggs-iv 1Y4f- fmfferf
Mary Jeanne Hoxinc-iei'-flztcfetl
AD JITSUM PIYR MARIAM . . .The college woman's guarantee of happiness through a full
Christian lite in working for:
her own sanctification,
the help and salvation of her neighhor,
the defense and spread of her Catholic faith.
May her union with her fellow sodalists in the Mystical Body of Christ he a pledge of eternal
union at the feet of our Mother in Heaven.
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congregational sung Mass . . . daily rosary for peace ...' 'Christmas
Fashions for 1950 '... Confraternity work through toy drive and
catechism classes . . . pageant of the Miraculous Medal for Bishop
McGucken . . . money collected for the Mounts two adopted
missions during Lent . . . continuous rosary on May Day . . . Mary's
Day . . . reception of Sodalists . . . annual retreat . . . joint com-
mittee "spring housecleaning drive" - religious articles for those
who need them . . . guidance of new moderator, Sister Mary Brigid
. . . tireless work of prefect, committees . . . Mary-ever present,
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to the Mount, stands on one of the balconies
overlooking the campus.
Lupita Bernstein, Gen Smurda, Kathleen
O'Rourke, Mary Margaret Schaefer, and
Marilou O'Connor taking orders at the Book
Week display in the library.
Tri-Rho . . , the three Rs . . . aim: furthering
mc Catholic ideals in education, developing informed
minds and professional attitudes . . . bunet supper
tor training teachers, hoth secondary and elementary
. . . memhers ot California Student Teachers' Association:
Asilomar Conference, workshop at Wfhittier and U.S.C.. con-
ventions at Biltmore, Los Angeles, and San Francisco . . .
American Fducation Wfeek: Duties of Christian Citizenship
. . . Russian Choir, heneht for Tri-Rho . . . cake booth at Night
at the Mount and Viezz' hirthday party . . . C.S.T.A. dance
. . . Mr. Carl liowman, "Teacher Employment" . . . Miss Eaton,
"Art ot Story Telling" . . . faculty moderators, Sister Mary
Hortensia and Miss Frances Sweeney.
EDUCQATION CLUB OFFICERS. Lett to right r
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Leong, Mary Vleanne I-loxmeier.
Row I 3 Rita Custado, Vera Vlfong,
Rita Gloria Murray, Eleanor Kelli-
her, Gloria Putman, Helen Margaret
Row 5-liarhara Breen, Gloria Manltie-
XVILI, Phyllis Taylor, Ayilda Char-
Row l-Carol fvloore, liernie Gouyeia,
Cynthia Luke. Marilou O'Connor.
Luc-lla Lum, Angie McDonald, .lean
Call, Emily Kuglen
Row Zflfletty Dunnigan, Dorothy Roh-
erts, Mary Evelyn Meirhelhock, Pat
Fierce, Lupita Bernstein, joan Mur-
phy, Peggy Scott, lmpy Meyer
Row 5-Margie Gregg. Dawnie Cohh,
Charlotte Rohe, Pat Pinneo, Ono-
rinda Larrahee, Mary Gertrude
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to right are:
1 - Callie Orfanos, Bernadette Victorino, Luella Lum, Cynthia Luke, Geraldine Biggs
I - Evelyn Kraemer, Tree Giovanelli, Bebette Gualano, Genny Stefanos, Catherine Ford
5 - Mary Lou vlantlro, Lupita Bernstein, Dorothy O'H.lfLl
Club pins . . . patron-Holy Ghost . . . foreign movies . . . teas . . . intra-
cultural exchange . . . Italian Christmas party . . . Spanish songs and dances
at student assembly honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe . . . lectures . . . foreign
dinners . . . Pan-American Day . . . distinguished visitors . . . donation of
language books to the library . . faculty advisor, Sister Eloise Therese.
LANGUAGE CLUB OFFICERS.
Luella Luin--mritzf ,i'errelm'.y
Rita Custado-rife preridezzt
Mary Lou JZ1l1ClI'O-.f6H'c'fnZ7'-Q'
Left to right are:
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Row l - Dorothea Deutsth,
Marianna Bauer, Mary jo Ren-
nison, Rita Custado, Kathleen
O'Connor. Kathy Ashe
Row 2 - Marilyn Rudy. Emily
Doll, Doris Higgins, Beverly
Halpin. Mary Alice Connors
Social welfare, economics, sociology, business administration . . . welcome
, tea-l2'lane McCalfrey's songs . . . United Nations Week . . . student volunteers
7' 1 i
M in Community Chest drive . . . International Problems conference at Pepperdine
. . . weekly trips to Sawtelle settlement . . . toy drive for Christmas party at
Pacoima settlement-memories of happy faces and givers' joyful spirits . . .
Dt Po1'1'ti' Pm! monthly bulletin stressing racial equality . . . Interracial Week
, , . theme-"NWho is my Neighbor?" developed by Floyd
Covington . . . field trips to Convent of the Good Shepherd,
L.A. Orphanage, Brownson House . . . reunion meeting with
Dr. Stanton . . . SXWITS students' trip to model U.N. Assembly
at Stanford . . . annual installation dinner . . . Moderators: Sister
Mary Brigid, Sister Regina joseph, Sister St. Francis.
' , 3 - , 1 fij j'?'J5'i T" "
f 'SA if L I Organizing drives for settlement
,I Maj' Q K, f Christmas gifts and presenting
' ' lnterratial Wc-t'k are only two ol
SVUES' many activities.
i S W E S CLUB 0l:l:lClERS
E ' Lan e Mt Caffreyffiei'1'e!i1.i'-1'
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Evelyn Kiuieiiiei'-e-1'!f'e firewi-
l-,ix Claire Kassler-ajm'mfwff
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The Home Ec lab is full
of activity from sewing to
Row 1-Pat Quinn, Dodi Pelt'
zer, Elaine Moore, lvfargaret
Row 2 - Ioyce Markel, Mary
Barbara Anderson, Dorothy
Lady, Phyllis Tul-rich, Helen
McEachen. Mary Ann Cun-
ningham, Grace Bohanon
Row 3-Phyllis Taylor, jackie
Kildare, Milly Model, Anne
Park, Monica Kilkelly, Pat
Gray, Patti Catalyne, Lavelle
HOME ECONOMlCS CLUB OFFICERS
Lett to right:
Dorothy Laclyffvrrwizlce f7flffll'AI1l
Dawnie Colab-jimgluzzf l'f7t1fI'1llrI1l
Mary Ann Cunningharn-efrfce fvreijdwzl
5 X Pat Gray-ff1r'11ff1e1'.iDill? t'f7zlfI'lllilN
Phyllis Flnylorfjvfzbfrcjfug' L'f7dfI'llliI11
g Honorable mention by AHPA for club activities . . . club
initiation and tea for new members . . . package wrapping
demonstration and Christmas party . . . guest speaker . . .
clothing a child for Easter . . . May fashion show and tea . . . pages at
convention of American Home Economics Association, California section
. . . attendance at meetings of College Home Economics Club at Los
Angeles City College and Chaffee College . . . two offices in Province
XVI of the College Club section of the AHPA . . . Moderator, Sister
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PRESS CLUB UITIIICERS. Lett lo right: -.M
l,illi.1n Pei'eyr.1,-Iwo AlmfiiJt1fl
. .- 'Nw l,fL'll' contributors . . . days of preparation . . . finally, The Viva' birthday
party . . . annual brunch-strawberry shortcake . . . installation of ofhcers . . .
distribution ol Vjeu' awards for best leautre, editorial, and news writing.
Sitting, left In riglmti Rose Mary Esquilwel, Bernie Gouveia. Katlwleen O'Connoi', Anne Wrvng.
Shirley lfiurlie, Bolwlwy W.1lsl1, Beverly lirunelli, lWaureen Fox
Standing, It-ft to riglmtz Marilon O'Connor, Frames Forinanetk, Ltiella Lum, Pat blatolws, Anne
Frantes Russell, Gen Smurda, .Ioan Murphy, Helen Margaret Szandy
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Queen Miliza is shown with her at-
tendants Qleft to rightj Kathleen
O'Rourke, Monica Killqelly and Sheila
joan Murphy waits to check the
"penny-a-vote" for Queen Contest.
Wliite Elephant booth finds
an avid customer in Gerry
Guests take time out from
dancing and games to enjoy
View Birthday Party . . . Saturday night, March 51 . . .
mixer dance that was really fun . . . orchestra music
provided by Bill Willianls . . . variety show during inter-
mission . . . booths selling coke and cake . . . white ele-
phants of amazing variety . . . darts and ring toss for
excitement . . . huge white cake with "Happy Birthday,
View' '... given away to end the evening . . . Queen
Miliza Foelsch crowned over candidates from each class
. . . votes by pennies . . . proceeds to The Vieux
Sitting-l.c-lt to right:
INI.u'Iu.11'ct Dclavigne, om
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phy, Evelyn lshitla, Dolores Wc'l
gms, hlary IX'I.ll'g.Il'L'I Stlmett-l'.
Kaflwlccn O'Conno1', Gen Smui'cl.1
St.1ntlli1g-l.c-lit to rituhti
Peggy Scott. IxfI.ll'lP.lf Donaluuc.
Frames Formaneclx. IVI.iry Lou
lantlro, Marv wlanney, Carol
Ivloorc, I'lH.lIN.lli.I Monel-Qc, Mari-
lou U'Connor, Vera Wfong, wloey
Rcnnison, Cynthia Luke, Kath-
-I 4 I 1 Organized in 1954 in honor ot St. liusebius, father of Church history . .
I f philosophical discussions . . . panels on Encyclicals of Pope Pius XI: fIfl7c'fIffc'
I Ig Cfifffzzfzfffimf ruff! C'f11'2rfjir11 Fffffmliozz . . . Pope Leo XIII: C'lv1'i.rfh111 Cmfrfilff-
if - ,.s- limi of 51,1144 Y... open forum on Bill of R'
-loan lX"Ii1i'pl1y---wtf fiiwfifwff
Dolores Wc'lluoss -- f wrl'u!i11'3'-
har fproceecls to charity and books for the lihrar Q . . . f
. . aim: to elicit interest in histor
ights . . . Coffee and doughnuts
y ormal spring banquet
ical, political and international roblen
. invaluahl l I ' A I '
L C acvisoi in Sister Agnes Bernard.
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.irc liusehian olliccrs.
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Sitting, left to right:
Marilou O'Connor, Peggy Scott.
Mary Margaret Schaefer, ,Ioan
Murphy, Kathleen O'Connor, Gen
Smurda, Evelyn Ishida, Kathleen
Standing, left to right:
Rose Mary Esquibel, Aflc-ite R-1:
sie, Uzoamaka Monelce
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Dwellers on Parnasst
B mwsinv Room meetings
is, haunt ot the muses . . . rt A so
l ' s litcrar criticism
l l . . . book reviews and c iscussionc, A y
. . . night meetings montm y
d Catholic writers . . . "Our Miss
of outstanding mo ern f
. . . cultural movie
library . . . sponso
s . . . Huntington Library visit . . . caret
Crooks" radio show
alters of the lending
d ' . . . annual banquet . . .
rs of lllfvl' Nm' subscription rive
Y t ful a reciation to Sister
t in 'ood literature . . . bra e pp
aim: to further interes 5
Marie cle Lourdes, faculty moderator.
Hostesses for a Parnassian tea are the clubs
Arlcne Russie-rice ,!7r'em1'e11!
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SQIENCQE CLUB OITFICERS. Lett to right:
Camilla lvltiiitoii-zvre jvrtiftfezzf
Mary lillen GrayYe'fu't' i Alexz! if
Row I-Anne Wivng, Rita Bletk-
smith, Camilla Munton, Eileen
Kline. Margaret Tripp, Gloria
Will, Mary Ellen Gray.
Row 2-Diana D'Alfonso, Eloise
Martinez, Gt-nny Castellanos,
Barbara Hartman, E l a i n e
Moore, Georgia Ann Grupo,
Row 5a-lanie Melanson, Mary
Lou blantlro, Shirley Vislay,
Justine Weilic-r, .Ioanne Schott.
lntrocluction tea . . . bulletin boarcl on atomic energy . . . with an explanation
of the atomic and hydrogen bombs . . . films on internal combustion, automo-
bile engine, and Diesel power-Loyola's and I.I-I.C.'s Chemical societies
invited . . . fun with math . . . field trip to Long Beach for an isotope
demonstration . . . trip to Gritiith Park Observatory . . . banquet.
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Classes m microteclm1que prepamtxon of slldes
photography work it St Vmgents undu Mrs Cyrllll
Vaughm . . . rccondmv of tumors by mmexcl teghmque
weekly ITl6'6'f1ll!1S w1th Dr ames Ixahlel to studv
Ct1oloQ,1L.1l and histologlnal background of gamer
Demonstrating emergency first-aid procedure .rrez
leannette Guulano and Mary Bernhardt, with Chur-
lene Holtzfaster as the "victim," while Nellie Beri-
don .ind Margaret Tripp keep in practice bandaiging
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Bloodmobile afternoon parties at Sawtelle . . . donations fover quotaj
squares for quilts nrst aid and water-safety classes . . . disaster unit
ospcctixc not tonois tic xieini crroon s L mc or ic ome refreshment to nourish the patriotic donors who vc
n icccivc cclx up from vunt s w ooc ciivc iucc themselves" so generously.
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I, Fitzgerald, Nancy Deatherage, Gloria Tabarg setond row:
Theresa Martin, Barbara Scherrer, Marlene Lucas, Barbara
Kalthoff, Pat Beclcom, Marcella Hunltele, Loretta Fanning.
Maureen Boylan and Ruby Mae Bunyard serve dinner to a
patient at Queen of Angels Hospital,
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Mount St. Mary's School of Nursing one year old . . . sixteen pre-Nightingales
. . capping ceremony in Mary Chapel at the Mount . . . medicine, surgery,
maternity nursing . . . lectures, conferences, demonstrations . . . live Senior
charter members leave Queen of Angels Hospital for afiiliations . . . L. A.
County General, Brentwood, Childrens, Barlow's, Long Beach Public Health
Department . . . State Board examinations . . . R.N.
Charter nurses: Ruby Mae Bunyard, Maureen Boylan, Marie Astier, On duty at the desk are lleft to rightl: Ruby Mae Bunyard,
Vivian Burgess, and Mary Ishida. Marie Astier, Maureen Boylan, and Vivian Burgess.
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brtting, Lett to right:
Geralcline Big-gs, vlacliic' Stetlcr,
.rnding Left to right:
Pat Harman, Elainc' Moore. Pat
Cummings, Nfary Lou Dlrrndro.
Gloria Day, Arlene Russic.
Dorothy O'Hilfl1, Velma Sal-
mcn. Grctl Dcfitrcl, Rose lllaric'
liaclmncl, Bernadette Victorino
L lf rsrc as r cueer music as 1 hobby . . members devoted to furthering
rn appreciation ot good music xx eelxly Philharmonic concerts . . . receptions,
' recrtrls and ters guest rrtrsts it the Mount . . . Leonard Pennario, Spencer
"n- Browne lrrd successtul plans tor student body sung Mass . . . Saint Cecilia,
prtron and guide Ozrfcsfar no Mount production a success without
music from the pit remember lzcx rfmdy Gow to Coffege. jezmy Kirreff
1 c anc lzczifmmf unselhsh giving time and talent to teas and
rcceptrons ffmmf Group untorgettrble performances . . . Pergolesrs
Ylrzfmf rllflcf biclxground chorus for E1'c'I'-lflllrlll . . . fllrlltl' 211 Il"lllJ'fl' at
Immrculate Heart College Muran Congress for NFCCS . . . radio
rpperrances on Isl AC s C zffwfzr lnfm r Mothers' Guild teas . . . recording
scssrons tor popul rr Qhrrstmts album all part of groups busy routine.
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Ruse Nlxlric ll1.lLl1Llll
Mrvthur Ivlglric Mugklalccn
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Mammon fKen Altonl taunts
his misplaced trust.
Drama Cluh officers Mary
Ann Krause, secretaryg Pat
Pin n eo, presidentg Betty
I-learne, vice-presidentg and
Gloria Day, treasurer, dis-
cuss Clubs future activities.
The Upstagers . . . theater parties to Tzvelfffv Niglvf and
Cymfm rife Be1'gv1z1r . . . discussions on theatrical happenings
. . . play readings . . . cake sale . . . production of 1c"'I!I.J
Kiiyverf Ale . , . Mary Johnsons coffee-bar tending at 9:00 p.m.
hreal: . . . assistance in play productions . . . Ezwyffziiff, in spite
of everything. . . backstage at the radio show, The I7.B.I. 211
Paifre and Until' . . . Harald Dyrenforth, faculty moderator
. . . vital interest in the possibilities of the theater.
Everyman for llveryman fl-larald Dyrentorthj and his Para'
mour CCarolyn Frisheel swear eternal love.
'Curtain Call" f The entire mst nt
env: fissea e
Lett to right: Mrrrtelln Hunl-:ele tulvlisx Ste.1rns"J prexentx Left to righti P.rtrnk Hemplling t"Owen"l lmxkx in the
Len lNfIeI-eun l"Fa1the1'lWuynll1.1n"j with wine pineapple .1',lmir.rtiun wt liewerly CLIFVCI' t".lrf'l, Cf.mrlyn Fri
rite while Celeste GlYlLlL'.ll! KMVS, Dklllyl lmrkx un l"lNI.rry 'I .intl .Line Hrxmtler t"H.rrry"l.
'lennv Ixrsseel Me, wrth therr ehrettur,
rnes up to reeeive lint-rnilsglut plautlits.
Diel-Q Sl.1ttery, .rx "Mith.1el," .rppedrs intenxely
interested in "Jenny," played hy Junnit.1 Quigley,
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W R A BOARD. Lett to right are:
Genny Castellanos-brmtelbizff 111r111i1ge1
Portia Spencler-i'11lleybr1fl Illrilldgtfl'
Charlotte Rohe-ci 1171111111113 lllrllldgcfl'
Mary jane Si1Lll---f7jJf0l'frIll
Becky Bohanon-ilf101'!i 111r111i1gw'
Reorganization of XXf.A.A. to XV.R.A.-athletics to recreation . . . Aim-to provide recrea'
tional activities for all students . . . Sports Night dance . . . Hayride-square dancing . . .
intramural games-volleyball, basketball . . . new badminton court . . . Playday here, recrea-
tional sports-ping pong, swimming . . . W.R.A. store-red, white, gray Sweatshirts, Sta-
tionery, 'Mountain goat mascots, etc .... tournamants - paddle tennis, tennis singles and
doubles . . . tournament of the year-tennis at Ojai . . . mixer dance . . a All-College Playday
at Pomona . . . contributors to the Southern California bulletin llfljltffhli 11141 Smre . . . annual
Field Day perpetual trophy to class winner . . . aquacade . . . grande finale-banquet . . .
identification W.R.A. bracelets . . . called-to-arms-Lt. "you-all" Ingram . . . replacement-
Miss Kudenov, UCLA.
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T A Z ' s Presentation ol Pledges: 1 A W ,.--. 4 c,, ,
Sitting, left to righti er , Ag igibl , N 1 ' X I fn I
Marion Reaume. Geri Goy, Lavelle 4 "" ' ,, ' 'A E 5- is 'lf , '
Rotsler, Portia Spencler, Patricia "" W -A a . 'f A
Q u i n n . Genevieve Castellanos, P' 2 ' '
jackie Hermann, Mary Lou Gar- X , ' I ' A, VJ X I Q fi 2 I' 5 f i ,
zon, Joanne McCarthy. S3 Ph , 'Y ft? ti ag, ' if 'ti f , 3 , A
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Standing, left to right: P 'W am, ' , - Y A X , 4
Mary Frances Ross, Carolyn Burke, F Q X , -' he
Patricia Perram, Bobby Wgilsla, 5 i l WQ W
.Ioan DeMuth. Mary Barbara An- , 243'-'W ' P
derson, Ieanne Call, Maureen Fox, 7
Pat Carroll, planet Murphy, Mary K
Ann Gorman, Nancy Newell, Bar-
bara Dobrott, M i l i za Foelsch,
Mary Holland, Bella Vlacobs. QW
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Row I-Mary Frances Ross, Ann Scott,
joan Newton, Maureen Fox, Mary
Anne Gorman, Mary Holland,
Claire Kassler. A
Row 2-Mary Barbara Anderson, Mar-
ion Reaume, Kathy Ashe, Hugu-
ette Hery, Peggy Scott, Pat Car-
roll, Emily Doll, Geri Goy, Doris
Higgins, Carolyn Burke, -lean Call,
Row 5-K at h l e e n O'Rourke, Mary
Weidinger, D o ro t h e a Deutsch,
Barbara Dobrott, Genny Castel-
lanos, P h y l l i s Tukich, Portia
Spencler, Miliza Foelsch, Lavelle
Rotsier, ,Ioan DeMuth, B o b b y
Wfalsh, jackie Hermann, Elane
McCaffrey, Nancy Newell.
Rush teas . . . Circus party, ulculeles, balloons, clowns, hot dogs . . . Preference Dinner,
Miramar Hotel . . . reception of onyx pledge pins . . . hayride . . . presentation of
'- TA1 " pledges, Beverly Hills Hotel, nosegays . . . "12:5O at the flagpole, pledges!" Doris
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Q 6 Higgins, pledge mistress . . . shining shoes, washing cars . . . Christmas baskets . . .
Malibu escapade . . . candlelight ceremony . . . new TAZ pearl-studded crests . . .
Alumnae Tea . . . Balboa, Easter vacation . . Mothers' Day Mass and breakfast
. . . Senior farewell.
TAZ OFFICERS. Left to Right are:
Peggy Scott? i ncriif rer1'eli1r'y
Kathy Ashe-zvce f71'6lfzf61lf
Mary Weidiiager, remnfiafg we
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Row 1-Betty Tromy, G.ll5I'lL'l.l I L.'157m
M.1rti.1tq, -lane Laty, Lt-.1 I , my
Row 5-lNfI1ll1tt-nt Russell, Caroa X gig
:yn Fi-mms, ryitmita Klum.
lv, M.1rtell.1 Ryan, M .1 r y 3
Q P R' Founded 1950 . . . to promote: high standards of truth, loyalty friendship
1. KAX5 . . . rushing . . . informal Wfestern party . . . pledge dinner at Tropics . . .
5121? formal presentation in Palm Room of the Miramar . . . Christmas party . . .
Pacoima settlement boxes . . . Chinese dinner at Barbaras . . . hell weekend
at Balboa . . . twentieth anniversary dinner at Ambassador . . . the get-
together at the Del Mar . . . hayrides . . . fashion show plans . . . senior
farewell dinner dance.
Kappa Pledges are, It-tt to right:
Marcella Hunkclc, Diane Wfcst.
Gabriela Maixiacq, Carolyn Frisbie.
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KAPPA OFFICERS. Left to Right are:
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awzma gigma geiofzifxl
1-Mary Margaret Schae-
fer, 'Ioan Murphy, Aailda
Charbonneau, G e n e v i e v e
2-Marie Lambert, Susan
Robertson, Diane D'Alfon-
so, Beverly Garver, Peggy
Bradish, .loan Hogan.
5-Mary Connolly, Doro'
thy Lady, Rose Marie Bac-
Rush tea, Garden Room of the Bel Air Hotel . . . "County fair" . . . Fox and
QJFZQP? Hounds preference dinner . . . mother and daughter tea . . . dinner party for
Notre Dame football team . . . East-West football team New Year's party
. . . Dinner-dance at Sarnez . . . Christmas exchange . . . bridge sessions . . .
weekend at Malibu . . . candlelight acceptance . . . dancing at the Deauville
. . . swimming party at Dorothys . . . Holy Year pilgrimage . . . Senior
GAMMA OFFICERS. Sitting are:
Susan Robertsonfrire fviwiifwzf
Mary Margaret SCl13.CfG1'if1'UiIll!l'c21
Dorothy Lady-1'ea'0nfi11g rver1'efr11"3'
Gammas Diane D'Alfonso, Mar-
garet Delavigne, .lean Wiilslw,
Mary hlanney, and Eloise Blar-
tinez relax during free period
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Membership in 1901111 Lff7.l'ffU1l Sigmir-basecl
on outstanding achievement in grades and
an indications of making learning effective
through Catholic philosophy to modern soci-
ety '... Members chosen: Marilou O'COI1llO1',
Angela McDonald, Mary Alice Connors, and
Doloris Wllgrvss, Angcla NtDonaltl. Mary Alita-
Connors, l'Xlai'ilou O'Connoi'
KAPPA GAMMA Pl
Members in the Southern California Chapter
of Kaffm Grllllflltf Pr graduate with distinc-
tion and are outstanding in extra-curricular
activities . . . members are: Mary Ellen Gray,
Claire Kassler, Mary Jeanne Hoxmeier, Ger-
aldine Biggs, Rita Gloria Murray and Lupita
Row 1-Mary Ellen Gray, Geraldine liiggs,Marx
Row Zslaipita licrnstein, Claire Kassler, Rita
CHEMISTRY HONOR SOCIETY
Charter members - chemistry majors and minors
maintaining a B average . . . to arouse members'
interest in chemical research . . . semester initiation
of freshman candidates . . . lectures by Patricia
Spain, alumna, and Dr. Kingsley from Sawtelle
. . . held trips to Long Beach Veterans' Hospital
. . . Ofiicers: President, Genevieve Castellanos, Sec-
retary-Treasurer, Eleanor Leavell.
Row 1-Eloise Martinez, Genny Castc-llanos, Dodi Corona,
Row 2-Diane D'Alfonso, Carmelita Hanley, Mz1i'tli.i Moltc-n.i,
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PI DELTA PHI
National French honor society . . . M.S.M.C.
Alpha Epsilon chapter founded in 1949 . . .
aim: "To promote the study of and interest
l in French culture" . . . monthly lectures and
discussions . . . membership invitational . . .
juniors and seniors only . . . President:
Huguette Hery, Secretary-Treasurer: Geral-
dine Biggs . . . Adviser: Sister Eloise Therese.
SittingiGer.1ldine Biggs, Huguette Hery
Standing-Dorothy O'l-lata. Shirley Vislay
Not pictured-Theresa Hatsumi
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of her power to help mold public opinion."
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VIEW STAFF tleft to rightjz Betty Cain, Contributing editorg
Nlonita Gosnell, Contributing editorg Anne Frames Russell,
Sports editorg Luella Lum, Business Managerg Lillian Pereyra,
Setond Semester editorg ,Ioan Murphy, First Semester editorg
M.1ry Gertrude Creutf, Departmental editor. Not pietured: Lilias
Burden, Iowana Philipps.
Published bifweelcly . . . news of campus, Church, state . . . member of Associated Collegiate
Press and Catholic Press Association . . . All-Catholic and First Class awards . . . page
editors with harried faces . . . editor-in-chief, complete with pencil, pad and assignments
. . . Thursday appeal for proofreaders and typists . . . delivery to printers . . . hectic rush
oft hill to proofread hnal copy . . . Viezr' office, dictionary, typewriters, tiles . , . Mission
piggyhanlq for deadlines missed . . . "The lfiezrlr out todayl' '... critical evaluation in staff
meetings . . . Sister Mary Patricia, our guiding hand.
CONTRIBUTORS to The l'ieu'. first rowj left to right: Maripat
FRFSHMAN STAFF tlelit to rightj l5.lI'lW.ll'.l W.ilsli. Contrilvuting
A Donahue. ,loanne Sthott, Eileen Klime, .ind Kathleen O'Connorg
editorg h'l.lLlI'L'L'I'I Fox, editorg Anne Frantes Russell, News editor
lsetond rowj E'Lane McCaffrey, Marilou O'Connor, Shirley
Pat tliltolws, Dep.rrtment.ll eilitorl lleverly lirunelli, Associate Burke Chulrlottc Rohit ftypm J. Hmm nm, pit huibx mi
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editorg Shirley Burke, l'e.1ture editor, ,Ioanne bthott. Contrihuting lqtmrten FUX, Nut pidul-CLI: Mdfy Virginia Duylu Bevel-ly Bm.
editor. nelli, Nellie ljeridan, Mary Gertrude Creutz, B.ll'lWill'Ll Pt-.irman,
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Consulting the Student Handbook for important
college information are fsittingj Anne Wiing,
Margaret Delavigne, and lstandingj Mary Jeanne
I-loxmeier, Gloria Mankiewicz and Lupita Bern-
gfu ent Hanaboolz
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College history . . . Mount seal . . . general
ll., The Mounts "little book of knowledge" . .
regulations . . . clubs, organizations, execu-
tive board . . . Constitution and by-laws . .
Alma Mater . . . everything you want to
lznow about the Mount.
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Mimeographed beginning in September, 1926
. . . june, 1950, printed to honor bimillenium
of Virgil . . . aim-literary rather than newsy
. . student and faculty contributors .
became literary quarterly f... stable hnancing
system hnds INTER NOS in thirrl year of life
. . and asking for interesting contributions.
Iulw' Nui tontributors Angie McDonald, Theresa
Hntsumi, Dolores Welgiass, and Mary Margaret
Sclmefer take time out from reading the latest
issue of the magazine to show approval.
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Hoxmeier, Anne XWong, and Gloria
Mankiewiez and Art Editor Dolores
Wellgoss inspect proofs.
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thc- make-up of the 'Nw
Mainz! to Copy Editors Susan
Robertson and C a t h e r i n e
THE MOUNT S'l'AIfl"
Row 1-Mary Alice Connors, Rita Custado, Catherine Ford,
Row Zf-Marilou O'Connor, Anne Wfong, Kathleen O'Rourke,
Row 3-Susan Rohertson, Mary Ellen Gray, Gloria Mankiewicz,
Mary Margaret Schaefer
Editor Kathleen O'Rourke confers
with Associate Editor Frances Forma-
neck and Business Manager Mary
Mary Alice Connors assembles her
circulation lists while Rita Custado
and Mary Ellen Gray check patron
if Wlaat next? . . . make-up . . . lxith
leen's home . . . soliciting . . suu
scriptions . . . "Night at the Mount
. . . Mr. Fredricks ,..' 'rogues 1
lery" . . . art work . . . proof-reldin
last minute assignments
deadlines . . . grateful to Pete Wciii
traub . . . "This is the final Lltlcl
e oiznf gdczts
Kathleen O'Rourke ,,.,4..4.. ....,.,.. e ditor
Frances Formaneck , . ,..... a ssociate editor
Mary Margaret Schaefer .....a... ,, business manager
Susan Robertson and Catherine Ford ......... copy editors
Marilou O'Connor ,cc.,.,c., ..... m alce-up editor
Gloria Mankiewicz, Mary Jeanne I-Ioxmeier, and Anne Wfong ,....i..r photography
Rita Custaclo and Mary Ellen Gray ......,. T patrons
Mary Alice Connors ..,...,.. .......,. c irculation
Sister Mary Patricia ,.....,. c rc.... faculty advisor
cfnow e ments
The entire staff wishes to express its appreciation for the services and cooper-
The Faculty of Mount Saint Mary's College
Mr. Lezeta Buchty and Mr. Wfalter Fredricks of the Curtis Studios
Mr. Peter Wfeintraub of the Mission Engraving Company
Geddes Press, Pasadena, Printers and Publishers
Miss Rose Mary Fsquibel
Miss Eileen Micklish
Dr. Donald E. Burke
Dr. Eric T. Yuhl
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every way, and to the utmost possible limit."
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'750"5" Registration OO , ,.,.. A , ,,. ...., O O .... O ..,.. September 12
06,5 'ig Big-Little Sister Party ,t,......, O ..,iti September 15
77 XVRA Introduction Party OO r.ti September 18
' Resident Students' Dance e.e,,,.,ee,e.,., September 20
Green Wfeelc O V,,V....... e,iiee,.e ,i,, ,,ee,,, S e ptember 20-27
Student Council Reception e,.,r, .... .....,,.... S e ptember 27
X ra-Y Frosh Frolics O OO ee.e,,e OO e.,,...,e,eVe,e.........., ..i.,r. O September 27
ig C , V Yogi' Resident Students' Open House OO O ssisss,...e., October 9
F A if junior Formal Dance .,iii,...s OO ..issssss O October 1-i
-.in Founders' Day s...s. OO .s.. OOOOOOOctober li
.Q , Halloween Party ,.,ss, .,,,s,.,. O OO .s.. October 25
A fb -fs XVRA Hayride ss.s........ss,..,s... ,s,. ,.....,,.,,i,.,.,.i.... i.r,. O O O OOOctober 27
,".' College Play -Q "Jenny Kissed Me" ,,,is O r,s,i ONovember 21
'Cf "1 Immaculate Conception ..i.,. .rss.. .,,s.,s... .........s D e cember 8
A Tri-Sorority Dance .isiss.sssss.s s,,s .,,. ,,,,,,s,,,s O O OO OO December 8
X f I NFCCS Maryology Congress OOOO.OOOOOO O OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO D ecember 10
3- ,S--'lp-L Resident Students' Christmas Banquet OOOOOO... OO O OO rOOO OOOOO D ecember 14
,Ax Christmas Vacation O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.O.O.O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO D ecember 16 - january 5
xg, 'A Night at the Mount O.OrOOOOOOO O.OOOO.OO.O...O.OO O OOOOO. O OO OOOOO january 14
Final Examinations OOOOOO OOOOOOOOO J anuary 18-24
5 E O, ,Q Inter-semester Holidays OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOO J anuary 25-50
'SSX 2' T: SPRING siiMr2sTr2R
:I Luk W M 0 .rj Classes Resumed OOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO OO OOOOO january 50
1 G! N I s O NJ-J A Mardi-Gras Ball OOOOOOOOO O February 5
O 4 Family Night OOOOOOO.O OOOO O February 4
GF . Z' Si avi Ash Wfednesday OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOFebruary 7
' s Annual Retreat O OOOOO O OO OOOOOO February 7-9
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Stabat Mater OO OOOO
St. Josephs Day OOOOOOOOOO
Faster Recess OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO .OOOO O
View Birthday Party OOOOOOOOOO OO
Closed weekend for Resident
XWRA "Hazard Dance" OOOOO
College Play - "Fveryman"
Tea for High School Seniors
For-Get-Me-Not Ball OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOO
Father-Daughter Night OOOOO
Junior-Senior Prom OO
Mary's Hour OOOOOOO
Aquatic Show OO OOOOO OO
Marys Day .OOOOOOOOO .OOOOOOO O
Baccalaureate Mass OOOO OOOOOOOOO
Resident Students' Banquet OOOOOOO.
Senior Banquet O O
O O OOOFebruary 25
O OO March 19
OO OOOO OMarch 21-28
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March 50 - April 1
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OOOOOOOOApril 14 8 15
OOOOOO April 11
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OOO OMay 6
OOOOMay 17, 19, 10
OMay 25 - june 2
O OOOOOOOOOO OO O May 27
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JUNIOR DANCE, October 16, from 8:50 till 12 . . . La Verne Boyers Orchestra . . .
"Anniversary" theme for the silver jubilee of the Mount . . . silver decorations reflected
lights . . . picket fences and ivied columns . . .wonderful "Hawaiian punchn with everything
in it . . . homefmade cookies . . . three-and-a-half short hours of fun.
"Is this it?" chorus check-room attendants Pausing to compare impressions are these
to waiting customers. three smiling couples.
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MARDl-GRAS QUEEN AND
COURT. Dorothea Deutsch,
Qffcwf. Sitting: Anne Park, Carol
Moore. Standing: Chela Paredes,
The Mount ballroom is filled with
MARDI-GRAS DANCE COMMITTEE'
Sitting: Doris Higgins, Minerva Fiorentino.
Sheila Sullivan, Charlotte Rohe, Callie Orfanos.
Standing: Catherine Scully, -Ioey Rennison, Dor-
othy Smith, Portia Spencler, Lavelle Rotsler, Delia
Not pictured: Frances Clmrland.
Sophomore dance . . "Carousel" theme
. . February 3 . . . handpainted bids by
Sydel Stokes . . gay circus horses . .
trapeze artists . . . dancing girls . . . clowns
. . . Mitch Kaitz Orchestra . . Queen
Dorothea Deutsch reigned over the circus
night . . . costumed and masked couples . .
refreshments in the circus manner.
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Father-Daughter Night com-
mittee Qleft to rightj: Anne
Frances Russell, Barbara
Wfalsh, Eileen Micklish, gen-
eral Chairman of the event,
and Elaine Moore.
Anne Frances Russell and
Barbara Willsli give us a
"double-take" on one of the
posters for the affair. Both
girls were in charge of pub-
Dorothy Smith, Sheila Sullivan, Marion Seeley,
Mirilyn Rudy, and Joyce Markel, at the piano,
April 29 . . . second annual . . . "Daddy's Little
Girl' '... baby pictures decorating Social Hall
. waltzes and Charlestons . . . pie 'n collee . .
musical skits presented by each class . . . froshh
"Songs Dad Sang to Mother' '... sophs-"Songs
XXfe Sing to Dad' '... juniors'-"The Father-
Daughter Story with Music" . . seniors-"A
rehearse class skits for Father-Daughter Night. Parody on Carmen" . . . Eileen Micklish, chairman.
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TRI-SORORITY DANCE COMMITTEE
The Browsing Room is the scene of il meet-
ing ot' the Tri-Sorority Dance Committee.
Under the Chiiirmanship of Margie Gegg
thrst row lefty, Marion Reaume, Emily
Doll, Eloise Martinez, thrst row, left to
rightj, and Betty I-Iearne and Beverly Gur-
ver, tstanding in backj, discuss plans for
the benefit dance.
December 8, from nine till one . . .
Mayfair Room of the Beverly Wilslmire
Hotel . . , Hal Sandak and his orches-
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tra . . . fourth annual informal dance
sponsored by the three sororities . . .
proceeds for the college . . . chairmen
-Margi Gegg and Eloise Martinez . . .
good music, good dance, and good
A between dame interlude - time
tor happy chatting around ringside
The festive setting is the Mayfair'
Room ol' the Beverly Wilsliire
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anuary 14 . . . presented by the senior
class for The Mozzzzf . . . Angie and
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Ixathleen did the worrying . . . bzuaar
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tlireet in hopes of i'ringing" trumplerl bill in
Contentixition is intense in the Bingo
the bocidl Hull. Parents tonstien'
tiously lose to swell Annual funtl.
Charlie Biggs taught during one of his
strenuous iinit.1tions ot tl Spike ,Iones ret-
ortl. tphoto tar lettj.
Kathleen O'Rourke, Elaine MtC.ilfrey, .intl
ressful Night .rt
shown below after sut-
the Blount. linieltlle
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lD.incin.u rouples enjoy music ot Rhythm-
iiies .it Wfestport Beach Club.
Seniors tlett to rightj Kathryn Ashe, Hu-
yuette Hery, .incl Emily Doll with their es-
corts pictured at Cl1ff.1llL'C to Club.
April 20 . . . from 9 till 12:50 . . .
"off the hill" at the Wfestport Beach
Club in Playa clel Rey . . . Forget-Mo
Not Ball . . . Rhythmaires and their
Smiling couples were in 4llJl.ll1klill1CC-PI'OOl4
"music with L1 heat' '... spring colors
predominant . . . Angie McDonald.
class prexy, in charge . . . Phyllis Tay-
ol .1 suctesstul party.
.irtin receives lwirls lirom
.guests iis they arrive.
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PROM DANCE COMMITTEE
Discussing plans for the annual Junior-
Senior Prom are fleft to righty .loan Shaw,
chairman of the bid committee, Impy
Meyer, who contracted for the orthestra,
and Carol Moore and Peggy Bradish, who
arranged for the gifts and the room.
Pictured in the Sycamore Patio are fleft
to rightj: Dr. Eric Yuhl, Kathleen
O'Roukre, Gay Kay, Angie McDonald, Gil
Wllite, Eloise Martinez, Herb McGrath.
Gerry Biggs, Dr. Donald Burke and Mary
Seniors and their escorts arriving at the
Bel-Air Hotel to attend the Prom . . . A
chat between dances in the beautiful mir-
May 5 . . . Ciarclen Room of the Bel'
Air Hotel . . . silver decorations for
the silver anniversary '... from nine
to one . . . silver tones of La Verne
Boyer's orchestra . . . pastel formals,
black tuxes and white dinner jackets
. . . silver moonlight on Sterling silver
spoons with college crest presented to
the seniors . . . a prom remembered
in a delightful silver mood.
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:itineraries 1450! Waring. i,
Fffryrf Cn1'i11gl011. F. H. A.
representative - "In reality
everyone we meet is our
Rez: Cfmfefnzi O'Miim. .Sf retreat master, member of Jesuit Mission
band-"If you remember your last end, you'll mrer commit
sin . . . fear of God is the beginning of wisdom."
Dr. l,t1Il'l't'lltC' Ntffifuz. Professor of English at Redlands University-
"Wlaile most people in America can read, half of them do not."
fnlw Aflefctzff. letturer on world affairse"Unless we all stand united
in the sight of God and in the interests of freedom, unless we
do this, all we have and all we hope for will crumble into dust."
limzmff Ltzzwi. Catholic playwright-Theres too much separatism,
too much vocationalism. A well-rounded man is well-rounded in
Rein Hwfrdy fifller. pastor, Resurrection parish-"I hope to leave with
you the proper, Christ-like grateful attitude toward the under-
limut Smlfy, Catholic writerW!'America offers more opportunity for
education than can he found anywhere else, but she also destroys
any possibility for advancement among minority groups by her
smug, prejudiced attitudes."
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thor, lecturer- "Punishment
for slack Catholicism is Com-
Harfffff lijlggwniftf. English
instructor and Christopher-es
"The Christopher movement
is the Catholic Churchs par-
ticular answer to todays anti-
Bfifwp jniepfa B. Cirzfen, Rnf1e1'!Ryt111, movie actor-
O.P.. Missionary Bishop of "Any emotion that you show
Pakistan-"Every one of you
must he a missionary."
Brzrfe Rzmell. Timers editorial cartoon-
ist-"Ideas in drawing are like the pieces
of a puzzle which have to be put together
so they are in harmony with one another."
in motion pictures has to he
gc-nuineg it shows in your
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Mrzry Ldlljgtlll Hmly. apostolic Catholic
laywoman, writer-"If you shout from
the house-tops the noise of the street
will drown you out, but inside the four
walls ot a home you can whisper and
of an atomic attack, lie down, cover your
count to teng if you are still alive, you are
be all right."
fmellzlv Dewar. Catholic writer and critic
- "The only way we can save this cock-
eyed world is by practicing, not just
thinking and talking about Christian
charity in our own lives . . . Christian
attitude of mind is generosity of mind."
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Meinhers of the Boarder Countil meet in the parlor. From lttt to right.
Row one: E'L.ine McCaffrey. Sodality representativeg lmy Meyer, iunior tlass prcsidentg Mary
Alitt- Connors, -.enior vite-presidentg Patti Citalynt-, junior represcntativeg .ind Rita
Custado. senior represent.itive.
Row two: Portia Spcncler, sophomore representative, Doris Higgins, sopliomore vite- presidentg
Dawnie Cobb, boarder presidentg Emily Doll, boardei' vice-Presidentg Marilyn Rudy, fresh-
man tlass presiflentg and Elise Kertlclioff, freshmen i'epi'esent.itive,
That 6:43 a.m. bell . . , Mass recited together . . . impromptu boarder meetings . . . getting
that phone call . . . signing for late lights . . . trying to meet the 1:00 a.m. deadline. . . senior
nights out . . . gathering men for stag dances . . . movies on social nights . . . that ever lovin'
phone duty I... Christmas banquet in blue and silver . . . rides off the hill . . . costume parties
. . . study hours . . . Hcampused cuties' '... Christmas caroling . . . the all out alert for water
on Tuesday mornings when the pipes start "knocking '... piano concerts . . . is that coke
machine empty again? . . . excitement before dances . . . boarders' dance-Snowfall Shuffle . .
swimming on warm nights . . . "Did you sign me out? '... sneaking rides on the elevator . . .
rolling out of bed at 8:25 to make that 8:50 . . . the parade to the cat . . . "Did I get any mail?"
. . . senior Aloha dinner.
Happy Halloween' These tour little lndiiin inaids lust he-fore lights out A , , roommates take time
Ire not on the w.u'path . . . they .ire .ill painted tonferente on the tl.iy's events .intl the plans for the
up lor the .innual l5o.irder Halloween party. XVeelv.'nd,
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the kitchen becomes the cen
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Roommates Dolores Welgoss
and Rosemary Milculich take
advantage of the study hour
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tration and completed studies
assume prime importance.
Gerry Goy, Dawnie Cobb.
Helen Peck, Theresa Hatsu-
mi, and Beverly Garver share
21 table in the dining room
. . . pictured just prior to in-
dulging in the Mount kitchen
staffs culinary artistry.
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A visit to Mary Chapel . . .
the act that begins and ends
the school-day for bus riding
dayhops . . . loaded down
with books .... 1 visit just
before the first bell . . . and
b e li 0 r e going home alter
llating with the crowd in the patio . . . trying to study in the library . . . plowing through the
lunch line in the 'caf' - "senior privilege" . . . rushing to noon meetings . . . shouting "wait for
me" as the bus snorts for departure . . . borrowing punches in frantic haste , . . trying to get a
ride after missing the bus . . . silence during Retreat . . . singing "Happy Birthday" in the patio
during lunch . . . gab sessions in the smoker . . . bridge in the lounge . . . visits to boarders' rooms
. . . dashing to the locker before the first bell . . . asking, "Has the first bell rung yet?" as
you get off the bus . . . blessed silence on the bus during exam week . . . phoning to get assign'
ments at night . . . rosary at the grotto . . . stati uns in the chapel during Lent.
l.unth in Dumbaya Clourt
an always full Coke machinc
. . . sunshine and shade .
between t l a s s conversations
. . . a chance to relax a
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Time out for some relaxation
on the deck . . . the scene of
pre-summer bridge games . . .
green metal tables and chairs
. . . ping-pong table for the
more active loaters.
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terspersed with conversation
about morning classes . . .
coming activities ..,. 1 nd
idle charter '... always
grouped around the many
picnic tables in the Patio.
The Lihrary steps and sun-
shine make study an extra
pleasure . . . Seniors, Kath-
leen O'Rourke, Mary Mar-
garet Schaefer, and Rose
Marie Bachand are caught
with hook and pen by alert
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yesterday. The rahhit. IO feet tall and weighing 500 pounds, disappeared in
the early morning from its haunt in front of a Wfilshire Boulevard store.
liy eight o'cloclx the heast had strayed to Brentwooclg he was finally
apprehended heside the flagpole in the center of the Mount Saint Marys
College campus. I-Ie had done no damage. Later in the day the keepers of
the plaster animal hauled him hack to his place in an Iiaster display.
Police said they thought the rahhits journeying was a fraternity stunt.
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Mr. and Mrs. S. L. lieauxheaux
Mr. and Mrs. Sixto Custado
Mr. and Mrs. li. Gottschalk
Mr. Vernon XV. janney
Kappa Theta Mu
Mrs. Torn Lewis
Los Angeles Metropolitan District 19. Knights of Columbus
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miclculich
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O'Connor
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony G. O'Rourl4e
St. Paul the Apostle Church, Paulist
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas li. Schaefer
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Shevlin
Mrs. Louise V. Stover
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Wfeeger
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Burke and Co. Air-Filter Service
2902 Hyde Park Blvd.
PL. 31606 TH. 4666
Lindbroolc Beauty Salon
Mr. Bowman, hair stylist
10856 Lindhrook Drive
Juliette Candy Company
Pasadena and Los Angeles
Maurice Holman, Inc., mfgrs. of knitwear
925 So. Maple Ave.
Los Angeles 15
McNeil Construction Company
5860 Avalon Blvd.
Los Angeles 5, California
Ivers Department Store
5801-09 N. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles 42
214 W. Pico Blvd.
Donavan and Seamans Company
455 XV. Seventh St., Los Angeles 14
5656 Wfilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 56
GUARDS AND INVESTIGATIONS
U.S. Guards Co., G. B. Murray, principal
427 W. Fifth St.
Los Angeles 13
12027 San Vicente Blvd.
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2750 N. Broadway
Los Angeles 51
150 S. San Vicente Blvd.
Los Angeles 48
La Verne Boyer and his Orchestra
Engel Brothers Pharmacy.
complete drug service
Sunset Blvd. at Barrington
Jerry Holscher, Inc.
8609 Sunset Strip
Stewart Photo Company
1040 Broxton Ave.
Los Angeles 24
The Curtis Studios
6552 Wilshire Blvd.
Rose Mary Esquihel
321 Eliot Lane
The Harshaw Scientific Company
5257 S. Garfield Avenue
Los Angeles 22
TILE NVORK: KITCHEN, BATHROOM.
K. W. Gray Tile Company
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