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

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■v:ri jt wuaiuaias ' aMtisv . .i 3jMitiWCsi!iiiasiiaiaaaaBaxiiii5 m ' I ' - iv. iu.v,. ' ---) i , ' iH»!. ' - u r -u ' i-M i - i ' m. ■ irr ' . tt i5 3aaEs !■■■ ' .; ' i ' ' :.l " :-i if ' ,vV;n (: S 9A e o u u c Published by The Senior Class " o u D O o To build; to form. The new residence hall will be A visible sign Of the construction In progress at the Mount. But the Mount Builds with more enduring materials, Forming you into A mature person. This annual Is the story of that process. CONSTRUCTION I will go in unto the altar of God; To God who giveth joy to my youth. FACULTY Those who plan — Who draw the blueprints for The Mount. Lectures are only a part Of these plans. Far more important than the facts They give Is what they give of themselves. These are the draftsmen, Whose material is neither Steel nor stone But a person — You. Honorary President Mother Rosaleen President Sister Rosemary Dean of Studies Sister Rose Gertrude Dean of Graduate School Sister Germaine Dean of Resident Students Sister St. Claire Registrar Sister Mary Adrienne Treasurer Sister Francis Mary Guidance Director Sister Mercia Louise Father James O ' Reilly, Chaplain Discussing future plans for the Mount are (Left fo Right) Sister Germaine, Sister Rose Gertrude, Sister Mary Adrienne, Sister Rose- mary, Sister St. Claire, Sister Francis Mary. MATHEMATICS: (Left fo Right) Sister Margaret Leo, Alice R. Crilly, Father James O ' Reilly, Sister Rose Gertrude. PHILOSOPHY: (Left to Right) Father Joseph Kearney, Sister Cornelia Mary, THEOLOGY: (Left Picture) Father Patrick Kelly, OP. (Right Picture) Father John Fearon, O.P., Father Joseph Kearney. ART: (Left to Right) Sister Mary Ignatia, Nina Shepherd, Donald Sibitsky. MUSIC: (Back Row, Left to Right) John Lee, Father John Cremins, Margaret Stromer. Front Row: Helena Sundgren, Frederick Hagedorn, Florence Caylor, Sister Celestine, Sister Timothy, Sister Miriam Joseph, Will Garroway. CLASSICAL LANGUAGES (Left fo Right) Sister Mary Germaine, Sis- ter Rose de Lima, Sister Mary Dolorosa. MODERN LANGUAGES (Left to Right) Sister Mary Hildegorde, Mary Valis Rejlek, Sister Aline Marie, Sister Eloise Therese. ENGLISH AND SPEECH: (Back Row, Left to Right) Sister St. George, Sister Mary Laurentia, Dale O ' Keefe. Front Row: Sister Mary Patricia, Sister Marie de Lourdes, Marie Hackett, Sister Patricia Clare. HOME ECONOMICS: (Left to Right) Grace Trumbo, Lyia Cox, Sister Mary Marguerite. SOCIOLOGY: (Left to Right) Sis- ter John Margaret, Sister Mary Brigid. HISTORY: (Top Left Picture) Msgr. Patrick Dignan. (Bottom Left Pic- ture) Father John Courtney, M. H.F. (Right Picture, left to right) Sister St. Claire, Sister Rose Cath- erine, Sister Agnes Bernard, Sis- ter St. Francis. 10 ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS AD- MINISTRATION: (Left to Right) Edward Kelly, Louise Parker, Ber- nard Biermon. Sister Mercia Louise, Guidance Director, counsels senior Gerry Roberts. LIBRARY STAFF: (Left to Right) Sister Vivian, Sister Catherine Anita, Danuto Kac- zynski, Mary Bubian. 11 PHYSICAL SCIENCES: (Left to Right) Sister Ann Michael, Alice Crilly, Sister Alice Marie, Father James O ' Reill y, Tiber Wiener. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: (Left to Right) Delores Bicckstone, Joan Ferguson. 12 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: (Left to Right) Sister Mary Gerald, Sister Ann Michael, Sister Gertrude Joseph, Barbara Hartmann. EDUCATION: (Left fo Right) Sis- ter Margaret Clare, Frances Swee- ney, Sister Mary Hortensia, Ro- man Young. NURSING: (Left to Right) Sister John Bernard, Marjorie Cogan, Sister Albert Mary, Mildred Grafford, Sister Mary Arthur, Betty Williams, Frances Dickason, Anne Wiebe, Sister Mary Rebecca, Sister Richard Joseph. MARY CHAPEL The center of four years ' life at Mount Saint Mary ' s College. 14 GRADUATES After four years The forming is over. Remember the beginning? The seemingly endless piling Of brick on brick? Retreats Classes Social events. Now it is over. The moments are fitted Together Into a strong foundation. It is the reason for the Construction — A graduate of the Mount 15 n ri jiff.iwjitjjii--, .u. . . ii i i ii i ipi Emma Jean Apodaca, B.S. La Mesa, New Mexico Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Mary Lou Bakeman, B.S. Maple Plain, Minnesota Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Giannina Baroni, B.A. Westwood, California Major — English Minor — Philosophy Mary Ann Bauerlein, B.A. Fullerton, California Major — English Minor — Spanish 16 •• Bruna Bernasconi, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — Social Welfare Minor — Political Science Jennie M. Bejnar, B.A. Ontario, California Major — Economics Minor — Philosophy Jacqueline Bigelow, B.S. Los Angeles, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Theresa Binckley, B.A. Ontario, California Major — Home Economics Minor — Biological Science .rw " Katherine Elizabeth Bondan, B.A. North Hollywood, California Group Major — Education English Art Sheila Boundy, B.A. Torzana, California Major — Social Welfare Minor — Psychology Philosophy Carole Ann Breen, B.A. Los Angeles, California Group Major — English Art Education Dorothy Brockmeier, B.M. Santa Monica, California Major — Music Minor — Music Theory Mary Catherine Brow, B.A. Los Angeles, California Group Major — English History Education 18 Sally Brunsman, B.S. Phoenix, Arizona Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Gloria Buccieri, B.M. Encino, California Major — Music Minor — Music Theory Kathleen Burke, B.A. Montebello, California Major — English Minor — History Sharon Eve Carney, B.A. Brentwood, California Major — English Minor — Philosophy 19 I 4 ?v f9t Susan Cartmell, B.A. Whittier, California Major — English Minor — History Raquel Casillas, B.S. Alta Loma, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Cecilia Castellanos, B.A. North Hollywood, California Major — Economics Minor — Business Administration History Susan Crowe, B.A. Santa Monica, California Major — English Minor — Sociology Shirley Corcoran, B.S. Los Angeles, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science .% Patricia Eileen Curran, B.S. Victorville, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Alice Cuilty, B.A. Oxnard, California Major — Home Economics Minor — Sponish Barbara Darling, B.A. Los Angeles, California Group Major — English History Education Donna Dunne, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — English Minor — Philosophy Kafherine Louise Daly, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — Social Science Minor — English 21 Margaret Ann Dwyer, B.A. Madera, California Major — Social Welfare Minor — Music Ellen England, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — Home Economics Minor — Art Zola Ernest, B.A. Wisner, Louisiana Major — History Minor — Chemistry Marlene Fazzi, B.M. San Marino, California Major — Music Minor — Music Theory 22 ■ ■■■ ' Pauline Foley, B.S. Conipton, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Jonelle Gagel, B.S. Long Beach, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Myrna Finn, B.S. Los Angeles, California Major — Bacteriology Minor — Chemistry Alice Ganz, B.A. Phoenix, Arizona Major — Social Studies Minor — Philosophy Spanish Franeine Gazvodo, B.A. Fontana, California Major — Economics Minor — Business Administration 23 5 Dixieanna Fairchild Girard, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — Home Economics Minor — Philosophy Elizabeth Granville, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — Social Science Minor — Latin Cordelia Hayhurst, B.S. Inglewood, Colifornia Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Norma Jean Hopkins, B.S. Coalinga, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Harriet Hillebrand, B.S. Clifton, New Jersey Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Janet Horejsi, B.S. Los Angeles, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Dorothy Huarte, B.A. Anaheim, California Major — English Minor — History Joanne Jackson, B.A. Tacoma, Washington Major — Chemistry Mathematics Margaret Johnson, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — History Minor — Philosophy Claire Ann Kauth, B.S. Dana Point, California Major — Dietetics Minor — Chemistry f Ursula Kehoe, B.A. Sacramento, California Major — Art Minor — English Sheila Anne Kelly, B.A. North Hollywood, California Major — Economics Minor — Spanish ' " English Micheale Claire Kemp, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — Political Science Minor — History Kathryn Kendall, B.S. Los Angeles, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Constance Bianchi Kelsey, B.S. Santa Barbara, California Major — Bacteriology Minor — Chemistry 26 Verna Kiesz, B.S. Los Angeles, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Jacquelyn Kuras, B.A. Pomona, California Major — Home Economics Minor — Business Administration i Marilyn Laubach, B.A. Downey, California Major — Social Welfare Minor — Psychology Mary Ellen Lykke, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — Home Economics Minor — Business Administration Mary Ann McEveety, B.A. Sherman Oaks, California Major — Home Economics Minor — English Lois Helene McGovern, B.S. Los Angeles, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Nancy Mack, B.S. Santa Monica, California Major — Bacteriology Minor — Chemistry Gloria Maraccini, B.S. Bakersfield, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Rita Marcoux, B.A. Anaheim, California Major — French Minor — Spanish 28 Nora Martin, B.S. Garden Grove, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Helen Kafherine Morearty, B.A. North Hollywood, California Major — Home Economics Minor — English Norma Jean Marcus, B.A. Pasadena, California Major — Art Minor — English Shirley Morningstar, B.S. Sierra Madre, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Louise Lussler Neuroth, B.A. Westfield, Massachusetts Group Major — English History Education 29 Florence Okihara, B.A. Waialua, Oahu, Hawaii Maior — English Minor — Social Studies Annette Orland, B.A. Norco, California Group Major — English History Education Alice Osti, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — English Minor — History Mary Susan O ' Loughlin, B.A. Santa Monica, California Major — History Minor — Political Science Spanish 30 Mary Elizabeth Park, B.A. San Gabriel, California Major — English Minor — Philosophy Carol Paolozzi, B.A. Whittier, California Major — Social Welfare Minor — Psychology Myra Marie Pestana, B.S. Woiluku, Maui, Hawaii Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Roberta Gayle Polino, B.A. Los Angeles, California Group Major — English History Education Leontine Ricoute, B.A. Simi, California Major — History Minor — French Geraldine Roberts, B.A. Phoenix, Arizona Major — English Minor — Philosophy P OS» Jean Schneiders, B.S. Los Angeles, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Sally Scoft, B.S. Inglewood, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Maria Isabelle Silva, B.A. San Diego, California Major — History Minor — French Jo Ann Smith, B.A. Santa Monica, California Major — English Minor — History 32 Lorna Jean Stevens, B.S. Ventura, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science Winifred Stehly, B.A. Anaheim, California Group Major — English History Education Patricia Talmon, B.A. San Gabriel, California Major — Art Minor — Philosophy Theresa Ann Taverna, B.S. Woodland Hills, California Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science 33 Sheila Thornton, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — English Minor — History Elizabeth Trowbridge, B.A. Santa Monica, California Major — English Minor — Philosophy Mary Ann Twersky, B.A. Los Angeles, California Major — English Minor — History Philosophy Virginia Vidinha, B.A. Kekaha, Kauai, Hawaii Group Major — English History Education 34 A Joan E. Watters, B.A. m Hj mH Los Angeles, California T j i «4Mtf H - B Major — Social Studies H P A fll l B . Minor — English Rosemary Weber, B.S. I HBHi Los Angeles, California HHPH T Major — Bacteriology ' jj BBHMri Minor — Chemistry m ' Hl Mary Patricio Ziglinski, B.S. Los Angeles, California H . 1 m Major — Nursing Minor — Social Science B " 35 SENIORS A time for planning the future and for remembering the past. So many things happen in four years. Winifred Stehly Senior Class President SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Nancy Mack, Vice-President; Kathleen Burke, Sec- retary; Sheila Kelly, Treasurer; Theresa Binckley, Social Chairman. 36 37 SELECTED FOR WHO ' S WHO — Back Row, Left to Right: Mary Ann Bauerlein, Annette Orland, Winifred Stehly, Susan Crowe, Mary Catherine Brow. Front Row: Sheila Thornton, Mary Ann Twersky, Gerry Roberts, Dorothy Huorte, Elizabeth Granville. 38 Always active — Senior Panels Senior Nites Out — all part of your last year at the Mount. 39 ' ' . --r.- ' - J - A ' W j VW iyyXyC ' s yy i l t ■■ V SNT ' ' ' ! B ' Ai THE CHARLES WILLARD COE MEMORIAL LIBRARY Empty, it is just another building, Waiting for you, the student. To bring it to its fulfillment. 40 CLASSES And so you began. Many elements Enter ed into the Construction. It was wonderful — And confusing. It was exciting — But a trifle exhausting. Yet somehow you always knew That it would be worthwhile. You knew what You were building for. 41 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Back Row (Left to Right): Carol Ann Krommer Secretary Ann Howsley Social Chairman Mary Pat McClurg Parliamentarian Front Row: Josette Temple Treasurer Nancy Stewart President Sheila Farnan Vice-President Left to Right: Pat Minney, Car- ron Vincent, Margaret Sprigg, Lois Steckman, Evelyn Villa, Mary Ann Gariffo. JUNIORS A moment to pause and look back, but only a moment, for the future is too near and holds too many important decisions. You said " I ' ll do that tomorrow, " and now tomorrow is here. Back Row, Left to Right: Jean McDermott, Nancy Stewart, Ann Howsley. Front Row: Maureen Henn, Georgia Stad- den, Carol Ann Krommer. Left to Right: Ann Fabian, Sharon Girard, Juditin Lam- bert, Karen Brow, Jo Bondan, Mary Cunnane. Left to Right: Mary Pat McClurg, Margaret Cramer, Margaret Darmody. Seated, Left to Right: Sheila Crampton, Betty Weber, Pat Yaeger. Standing: Cecilia lucente, Mary Alice Martinez, Josette Temple. 44 ' ' ' Top to Bottom: Ann Smith, Aud- rey Berks, Claire Plemeng. Left to Right: Barbara Goldsmith, Helen Ferguson, Eurana Wood, Sheila Farnan, Sharon Felker, Dolores Shock, Fae Falvo, Jean Orth. «• • r Back Row, Left to Right: Arline Krause, Angela Dozier, Sylvia Nor- wood, Margaret Ward, Patricia Myers, Shirley Toy. Middle Row: Mary Lou Lynch, Beverly Brace, Barbara Studer. Front Row: Mary Antoniak, Charlene Rule, Barbara Moryon, Mary Schott, Judith Muller, Marie LaBerge, Joan Crowley, Barbara Taylor, Suzann Snow. Back Row, Left to Right: Janet Lincoln, Celia Gonzales, Lupe Gaudiano. Front Row: Sue Edwards, Frances Bock, Evangeline de Baca, Debrah Chandler, Marilyn Lochen, Pat Brown, Yvonne Zornes. 46 Left to Right: Marie Rose Healy, Yvonne Gomez. Back Row, Left to Right: Mary Catherine O ' Connor, Marie Louise Zeuthen. Middle Row: Loretta Von der Ahe, Margie Bergin, Rita Lutz, Opal Lykke. Front Row: Pat Sharkey, Joanne Manning, Virginia Baciocco, Mary Ann VVhitney. Left to Right: Ginnie Glass, Sandy Freiberg, Carol Doyle, Theresa Colarossi, Mary Alice Salter. SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Joan Wombacher President Eleanor Gillet Vice-President Barbara Sullivan Secretary Gloria Travaglini Treasurer Rose Herman Social Chairman They told you this would 48 Left to Right: Delores Collins, Dolores Coronado, Liz Sullivan, Sharon O ' Connor, Judy Henry. • J ( Left to Right: Maxine Showal- ter, Mary Kinerk, Jean Robbie, Mildred Serra, Elizabeth Nav- arroli. 36 the dullest year, but you didn ' t find it that way. You had too much to do to be bored Left to Right: Katherine Kelly, Dionne Smith, Mary Lou Le- Master, Wendy Freedman, Catherine Olenicz, Patricia Mears. 49 Left to Right: Rose Herman, Bar- bara Sullivan, Gloria Strongman, Margaret Rude, Deonna Dugas. .-■ Top to Bottom: Mary Prendergast, Chere Major, Mary Grimmett. Left to Right: Mary Pasic, Kathleen McCoy, Marilyn Ball, Eileen McCabe, Jeanette Valentino. 51 Back Row, Left to Right: Motoko Shimotsuma, Rose- mary Byrnes. Front Row: Rosella McConnell, Connie Herman, Elizabeth Shanahan. Left to Right: Diane Roscar- ino, Joan Becl er, Marcia Warthen, Barbara Keller, Celia Sharp, Peggy Leary, Ann Riordan. 52 Left fo Right: Michi Itami, Janet Lewis, Mary Alice Schoepe. - mtMii Back Row, Left to Right: Don- na Puccinelli, Aurora Morett. Front Row: Eleanor Gillet, Frances Gallegos, Marlene Mitchell. 53 Seated: Rose Marie Fuentes. Standing, Left to Right: Gayne Harvey, Mary Frances Diaz, An- gela Figini. Back Row, Left to Right: Therese Kennedy, Elsie Szandy, Coleen Steele. Front Row: Gloria Madrid, Elsita Pineda. Left to Right: Silvia Garcia, Mary Ann Wormsted, Joan Ziegler, Joan Wombacher, Joan Spaeth, Gloria Travaglini. Left fo Right: Virginia Picl , De- anna Maraccini, Dorothy Schae- fer, Mary Maecliling. Left to Right: Anita Morales, Jan- ice Rabuzzi, Judy Morris, Ann Lentz. Left to Right: Patricio Concep- tion, Joy Mallmann, Carol Glanville, Elizabeth Matz, Marilyn Vaughan, Rosemary Orsini, Kathleen Crowe. FRESHMEN FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Kathleen Quilter, Social Chairman Mary Louise Apalategui Vice-President Kathleen McGowan . . President Mary Connolly Secretary Rita Simeon Treasurer First impressions are important, and while your first impression of the Mount may have been any one of a thousand, it was a vital one which you will not forget. Top Row, Left to Right: Dorothy Determan, Jo Ann Holbery. Mid- dle Row: Joan Krouse, Mary Pickett, Marguerite Rotii, Elisa Manriquez, Mary Toepher. Bottom Row: Patricio Crawford. 56 Left to Right: Emilyanne Kirk, Donna May, Yolanda Ponce, Maryvon Laumann, Maria Garduno, Czarina Huerta. Left to Right: Margaret Lam- bert, Cecile Bellhouse, Kath- leen O ' Loughlin, Kathleen Jeffries, Jacqueline Lemke, Barbara Gudas. 57 Left to Right: Ann Smernoff, Mary Lee Verderaime, Kath- leen Kelley, Barbara Ehrler. Left to Right: Marguerite Pat- terson, Lynette Hamano, Sharon Leahy, Jo Marie Kug- lin. 58 Back Row, Left to Right: De- nise Wesson, Miriam Tse, Mary Connolly, Patricia Cor- coran. Front Row: Joanna Arlotti, Barbara Figini, Clara Hauge. Back Row, Left to Right: Arline Szandy, Wanda Kocienski, Dolores Schiffert. Front Row: Mary Millers, Margaret Lam, Barbara Bernard, Betty Lou Walker. Back Row, Left to Right: Mary Louise Apalategui, Judi Bau- erlein. Front Row: Naomi Minagi, Rosemary Whalen, Madeline Casciano, Linda Ruby, Dora Szabo. 59 Back Row, Left to Right: Marlene Wynn, Donna Succetti, Rita Simeon. Front Row: Marguerite Kelly, Florence Succop, Patsy Preciado. Standing, Left to Right: Joan Reiterman, Jane Lockwood. Seated: Luz Resales, Janice Word, Judy Ann Ward, Mary Louise Kolbert. Standing, Left to Right: Marilyn Dick- mann, Judith Weber, Barbara Kas- sity. Seated: Marilyn Marcus, Carol Gregg, Mary Ruth Keehan. 61 Back Row, Left to Right: Kathleen McGowan, Marilyn Brossor, Michael Menke. Front Row: Jo Ann Tysl, Frances Flajnik, Nancy league. Back Row, Left to Right: Rachel Murguia, Judy Scherb, Pat Mooney, Mary Hunt. Front Row: Amporo Rojas, Luz de Lourdes Guzman, Rosa Agui- lor, Cindy Power. 62 Left fo Right; Agnes Slattery, Priscilla Engle, Carol Hein, Diane Nehus, Bev- erly McClure, Gino Martinelli. Back Row, Left to Right: Theresa Grif- fin, Karen Andree, Cheryl Bockhold, Dorene Farrar. Front Row: Kathleen Feeley, Carol Dore, Sue Ekberg. Back Row, Left to Right: Rosemary Manning, Sheila Jans, Irene Kautschak. Front Row: Maria Serrato, Rose Holm- quist, Diana Galloway. 63 Back Row, Left to Right: Bijou Nolan, Patricia Gor- nick, Rosalie Biondi, Rosary Leone, Jo Ann Hart- man. Front Row: Daphne de Gombert, Margaret Krisman. You felt that you were really a part of the Mount when you entertained the student body at the annual Frosh Frolics. Back Row, Left to Right: Judy Betlach, Leona Takalashi. Front Row: Linda Lathrop, Silvia Fuentes, Luanna Cas- tellucci, Marjorie Kirchan, Martha Marshall. Back Row, Left to Right: Pat Connor, Frances Breen, Julie Wilson, Frances Dwyer. Front Row: Susan Godar, Deeanne Smith, Marilyn Jamison, Anne Louise Dunham, Carol Drum. Left to Right: Marilyn Serene, Irene Arnold, Caroline Berg- schneider, Judy Swangren, Margaret Read, Pat Reap. The trophy-winning Mount Saint Mary ' s float in the Loyola Homecoming Parade. 66 The nails and bolts of the Construction job — They don ' t seem important But try to do without them. Somewhere in the maze Of journalism and tennis — Home economics or English clubs, You found the perfect activities For the person you were becoming. ACTIVITIES 67 HONOR SOCIETIES The senior honor societies, giving recognition of outstanding scholarship and leadership at the Mount. KAPPA GAMMA PI Standing, Left to Right: Elizabeth Granville, Peggy Dwyer, Nancy Mack. Seated: Jennie Bejnar, Susan Crowe, Dorothy Brockmeier, Annette Orland. DELTA EPSILON SIGMA Left to Right: Janet Horejsi Mary Ann Twersky 68 PI DELTA PHI FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY: Left to Right: Sharon Girard, Isabelle Silva, Leontine Ricoute. mm M LAMBDA IOTA TAU ENGLISH HONOR SOCIETY: Left to Right: Susan Crowe, Sharon Girard, Carron Vin- cent, Gerry Roberts. ALPHA MU GAMMA LANGUAGE HONOR SOCIETY: Standing, Left to Right: Mary Pat McCiurg, Annette Orland, Peggy Dwyer, Mary Alice Salter, Mary Frances Diaz, Gloria Travaglini, Peggy Leary, Sheila Kelly, Sylvia Garcia, Mary Ann Gariffo, Col- leen Steele, Margaret Sprigg. Seated: Mary Ann Bauerlein, Jeanette Valentino, Angela Fig- ini. Pot Yaeger, Alice Cuilty, Sharon Girard. STUDENT GOVERNMENT Susan Crowe Student Body President Student government might mean little to you. But for those whom you chose to be your leaders, it was almost a way of life. Mary Ann Bauerlein Student Body Vice-President Dorothy Huarte Student Body Secretary 70 I . t Back Row, Left to Right: Audrey Berks, Kathy McGowan, Susan O ' Loughlin, Pot Brown. Middle Row: Sheila Thornton, Cor ron Vincent, Liz Granville, Nancy Stewart, Yvonne Zornes, Dorothy Huorte. Front Row: Joan Wombacher, Jennie Bejnar, Mary Ann Bauerlein, Susan Crowe, Annette Orland, Sheila Farnan. Jennie Bejnar Student Body Treasurer The Student Council — Working and planning together, for you and for the Mount. 71 SODALITY COUNCIL Top to Bottom: Elizabeth Granville, Sharon Girard, Marilyn Ball, Susan O ' Loughlin, Mary Alice Salter, Colleen Steele, Gloria Travaglini, Jean Orth. BOARDER COUNCIL Seated, Back Row: Francine Gaz- voda, Judi Bauerlein, Middle Row: Joan Wombacher, Winifred Steh- ly. Front Row: Sheila Farnan. Standing, Top to Bottom: Mrs. Harrington, Mary Curnane, Mary Connolly, Nancy Hevner, Pat Perez, Annette Orland, Boarder President. Back Row, Left fo Right: Deanna Dugas, Leontine Riccoute, Gerry Roberts, Rita Marcoux, Mary Ann Bauerlein, Mary Lou LeMaster, Cecilia Lucente, Peggy Dwyer, Mary Alice Salter. Front Row: Carron Vincent, Jeannette Valentino. c o o R D 1 N C A O T U 1 N N C G 1 L STUDENT - FACULTY BOARD Standing, left to right: Geri Ha- ven, Mary Susan O ' Loughlin, Mary Ann Bauerlein, Annette Or- land. Seated: Sister Mercia Louise, Sister Mary Brigid, Mother Rose- mary, Sister St. Claire, Sister Rose Gertrude. 73 imwml RED CROSS Standing, Left to Right: Rose Holmquist, Barbara Goldsmith. Seated: Judy Mercer, Carol Glanvllle, Marilyn Sereno, Peggy Dwyer. 74 YCS Back, Left to Right: Mari- lyn Dechmann, Czarina Huerta, Joan Ziegler, Rosemary Byrnes, Rose Holmquist, Middle Row: Martha Marshall, Nancy Stewart, Dianne Weston, Joan Spaeth, Maria Ser- rato, Margaret Lam. Front Row: Mary Alice Salter, Peggy Dwyer, Carol Drum, Mary Park. NFCCS Standing, Left to Right: Martha Marshall, Sharon Girard, Carron Vincent, Susan O ' Loughlin, Eliza- beth Granville, Sheila Thornton, Dorothy Huarte, Susan Crowe, Seated: Gerry Haven, Sheila Far- nan, Sister Mercio Louise, Joan Wombacher, Celia Gonzales, Czarina Huerta, Dianne Smith. Standing, Left to Right: Jennie Bejnar, Rita Simeon, Pat Brown. Seated, Middle Row: Winifred Stehly, Sona Jacobs, Ginny Glass. Front Row: Yvonne Gomez, Mary Curnane, Helen Ferguson, Marie Rose Healy, Sally Walker. NSA 75 ■T 1 w — tfif Titigfl AS ■v- ■ss:::: ' 1 ■ ' •I SAINT JOSEPH ' S HALL— where you learn about languages and science, but most of all about yourself. 76 THE MARIAN HALL OF FINE ARTS— where beauty is captured in color and in sound. ' ' A N w ».. PLEDGES (Left fo Right): Rosemary Manning, Joanne Arlotti, Marguerite Roth, Mary Rose Posici, Diane Ne- hus. GAMMA SIGMA PHI ACTIVES I Back Row, Left to Right): Valerie Mutton, Betty Siegfried, Ellen England, Mar- garet Rude, Ann Smith, Mary Maechling, Donna Puccinelli, Deanne Dugas, Mary Ellen Lykke, Marlene Mitchell, Doro- thy Schaefer, Jacqueline Bige- low, Carolyn Rodriques, Jan- ice Rabuzzi, Audrey Berks, Donna Dunne, Sharon Car- ney. Second Row: Irene Bov- ine, Joanne Manning, Joanne Arlotti, Rosemary Manning, Diane Nehus, Mary Rose Pa- sic. Marguerite Roth, Carol Lee Swanney, Sheila Bondy. Front Row: Harriet Hillebrand, Giannina Baroni, Rosemary Weber, Jeanne Leache, Luki Styskel, Carole Breen, Ther- esa Taverna, Ann Howsley, Opal Lykke. 78 KAPPA DELTA CHI PLEDGES (Back Row, Left to Right) : Dorothy Richardson, San- dra Geeson, Christina Haenel. Front Row: Adele Salido, Yolanda Ponce. ACTIVES (Back Row, Left to Right) : Sue Edwards, Margaret Sprigg, Carol Doyle, Mary Pren- dergast, Chere Maior, Jean Rob- bie, Nancy Mack, Carol Paolozzi, Mary Pat McClurg, Kitty Kelly. Middle Row: Theresa Colarossi, Pat Goodwin, Mary Grimmett, Linda McCarthy, Margaret Dar- mody, Nancy Hevner, Johanne McMullen, Mary Clare Zorick, Gerry Roberts. Front Row: Yolanda Ponce, Christina Haemel, Adele Salido, Sandra Geeson, Dorothy Richardson. m 79 m 1B IL. ' ' -J nl H 1 B T ' H kI " " I t I ' . « H 79 PLEDGES (Back Row, Left fo Right): Linda Ruby, Margaret Lambert, Joann Hartmann, Judi Bauerlein, Pat McGinity, Mary Lynn Pickett, Sue Ekberg, Karen Andree, Marilyn Marcus. Front Row: Priscilla Engle, Lynda Lath- rop, Beverly McClure, Kathleen Feeley, Jane Lockwood. TAU ALPHA ZETA ACTIVES (Back Row, Left to Right): Mary Lou LeMaster, Margie Bergin, Patricia Sharkey, Mary Ann Bauerlein, Barbara Sullivan, Ann Riordan, Norma Marcus, Janet Lewis, Shirley Corcoran, Jacquie Kuras. Middle Row: Lois McGovern, Sue Simpson, Sally Scott, Imogene Apodaca, Sharon Felker, Gayne Harvey, Lillian Scott. Front Row: Florence Okihara, Gini Glass, Peggy Ward, Sandy Freiberg. 80 GAMMAS KAPPAS TAZ MARIAN ART CLUB Creativity — Your own and that of others- Classes and exhibits Both reaching for Beauty. .--rrv «c5; . ww« M,B ™i ni u. ART CLUB MEMBERS, Standing, Left to Right: Carole Breen, Karen Andree, Mary Pat Mc- Clurg, Katherine Jeffores. Seated: Diane Nehus, Kathleen O ' Loughlin, Motoko Sihmotsuma, Jean Orth, Norma Marcus — President, Pat Talmon — Secretary-Treasurer, Fae Falvo, Mau- reen Henn, Kathy Bondan, Catherine Olenicz. 82 PARNASSIANS Whether you wrote yourself Or read the works of others You were fascinoted by words And wanted to share this Fascination. Noted author, Emmett Lavery, discusses current trends in literature with) Parnassian members. mm PARNASSIAN OFFICERS, Left to Right: Carol Krom- mer — Publicity Chairman, Gerie Roberts — Presi- dent, Ursula Kehoe — Treasurer, Florence Okiharc — Secretary. 83 THE VIEW Few readers know what lies behind the headlines, but you could tell them about the constant pres- sure of deadlines to be met and empty inches to be filled. THE VIEW STAFF: (Standing, Left to Right) Mary Catherine O ' Con- nor, Sharon Girard, Barbara Goldsmith, Ursula Kehoe. Seated: Elizabeth Matz, Mary Alice Salter, Dolores Shock, Rosemary Orsini. THE HANDBOOK — DATEBOOKI Co-editors Helen Ferguson and Marie Rose Healy study the fin- ished product, a guide to past traditions and future events. Vying for the crown at the annual View Anniversary Party are can- didates Mary Lou LeMaster, Ann- ette Orland, Jo Ann Holbery, Margaret Sprigg. THE MOUNT Getting out an annual is a frustrating experience, but there ' s a thrill when the job is done, we hope — successfully. Mary Ann Twersky Editor-in-Chief Ursula Kehoe .... Art and Layout Editor Joanne Jackson Associate Editor Helen Morearty Associate Editor Cecelia Castellanos . Photography Editor Isabelle Silva Business Manager Micki Kemp Co py Editor Rita Morcoux Patrons Staff: Ellen England Colette Kinsel Carron Vincent Rosemary Weber Cover: Ursula Kehoe Our thanks tO: Sister St. George, Mr. Robert Hopkins, Mirro-Graphic Yearbooks, S. K. Smith Company, Grant Studio. Standing, Left to Right: Joanne Jackson, Ellen England, Colette Kinsel, Micki Kemp. Seated: Ce- celia Castellanos, Ursula Kehoe, Mary Ann Twersky, Helen Mor- earty, Isabelle Silva. 85 MOUNT MASQUERS Cast or backstage crew, you were an essential part of each play. Left to Right: Marilyn Jamison, Donna Rose May, Dolores Schiffert, Deanno Maraccini, Sheila Farnan. ANTIGONE 1 MMaflHMHMf 9||j H H If r ii H H I mf V MUSIC Practice sessions and performances, an opportunity for art and creativity. OPERA WORKSHOP 88 ACTIVES (Standing, Left to Right): Dorothy Brockmeier, Judy Henry, Elaine Pfiefner, Mary Ann Gariffo, Gloria Buccieri, Tony De Bellis. Seated: Sharon Girard, Ann Fabian, Marlene Fazzi. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA For those of you to whom music is more than a casual hobby Sigma Alpha Iota, National Music Fraternity. PLEDGES (Left to Right): Mary- von Laumann, Marta George, Rosemary Whalen. 89 TRI RHO TRI RHO OFFICERS Top Row, Left to Right: Lois Steckman Publicity Co-Chairman Marie Rose Healy 1st Vice-President Margaret Kramer Secretary Bottom Row: Mary Alice Martinez . . Publicity Co-Chairman Cecelia Lucente President Florence Okihara .... Senior Representative Jean McDermott 2nd Vice-President (Miss ing) Dorothy Schaeffer Treasurer You learn about curriculums, adtninistration, and your future students. Standing, Left to Right: Mary Ann Gariffo, Carol Breen, Barbara Bernard, Wanda Kociencki. Seated: Cecelia Lucente, Janet Lincoln, Florence Okihara, Margaret Kramer, Barbara Ehrler, Theresa Grif- fin, Opal Lykke, Jean McDermott, Margaret Read, Mary Alice Martinez, Lois Steckman. 90 STUDENT TEACHERS The theory becomes reality when you step into the classroom for the first time as a teacher. Standing, Left to Right: Katherine Daly, Kathleen Burke, Marlene Fazzi, Mary Ann Bouerlein, Jo Ann Smith, Dorothy Huorte, Barbara Darling, Giannina Boroni, Susan Cartmell, Dorothy Brockmeier. Seated: Alice Osti, Annette Orland, Betty Trowbridge, Florence Okihara. 91 WHITE CAPS Nursing is more than just another job, it is a dedication; the rewards cannot be measured except within yourself. Front Row, Left to Right: Evangeline De Baca, Suzann Snow, Joan Crowley, Beverly Brace, Sylvia Norwood. Second Row: Mary Schott, Barbara Studer, Annette Labeige, Barbara Maryon, Judy Muller. Third Row: Charlene Rule, Kathryn Kendall, Shirley Corcoran, Nora Martin, Cordelia Haytiurst, Patricia Ziglinski. Fourth Row: Janet Horejsi, Jonelle Gogel, Sally Scott, Jean Schnieders, Sfiirley Moring- star. 92 Back Row, Left to Right: Pat Connor, Ann Allen, Dorine Forrar. Second Row: Caroline Bergschneider, Priscilla Engle, Rose Herman. Third Row: Mary Kolbert, Frances Breen. Front Row: Ann Smernoff, Jo Marie Kuglin, Rosalie Biondi, Katie McCoy, Marilyn Marcus. WHITE CAP OFFICERS Barbara Studer President Beverly Brace Vice-President Suzann Snow Secretary Joan Crowley Treasurer 93 WRA The Women ' s Recreational Associat ion means more than the required P. E. classes. They sponsor play-days — the annual Swim Show. WRA OFFICERS Sheila Farnan Vice-President Rita Marcoux President Eurana Wood Secretary-Treasurer WRA MEMBERS, Back Row, Left to Right: Judi Bauerlein, Rosemary Weber, Jane Lockwood, Carol Dore, Mary Lou Apalategui, Jackie Lemke. Middle Row: Charlene Rule, Rosemary Fuentes, Mike Menke, Pat McGin- nity, Maryvon Lauman, Margie Kirchan. Front Row: Sheila Farnan, Rita Marcoux, Eurana Wood. SWES Back Row, Left to Right: Carol Paolozzi, Ann Housley, Kathy Quiller. Second Row: Czarina Huerta, Carol Glanville, Marilyn Dlckman. Front Row: Joann Holbery, Nancy Stewart, Mary Alice Martinez. You celebrated the Tenth Anniversary of your organization — a meet- ing place for those interested in social welfare — the welfare of others. Back Row, Left to Right: Judy Mercer, Helen Ferguson, Eurano Wood, Frances Bock. Front Row: Francine Gazvoda, Marilyn Laubach, Marianne Hinsberger, Yvonne Zornes. SWES OFFICERS Peggy Dwyer President Celia Gonzales Vice-President Barbara Goldsmith Secretary Elsita Pineda Treasurer i % ILC You were interested in knowing other peoples and in bringing this knowledge and understanding to your friends. „ Iabv LLC. OFFICERS Standing: Mary Frances Diaz Vice-President Colleen Steele Secretary Seated: Jeonette Valentino . . Publicity Chairman Gloria Travaglini President Angela Figini Social Chairman Donna Rose May Historian (Missing) Rosemary Fuentes Treasurer You entertained with samples of vari- ous cultures at the I.L.C. Festival. You hosted the student body at the LLC. Stag Dance, " Carnival in Rio. " 96 EUSEBIANS To you history is not a set of dull facts; it is a living thing and you are a definite part of it. EUSEBIAN OFFICERS Isabelle Silva . . Social Chairman Susan O ' Loughlin . Vice-President Leontine Ricoute .... President Micki Kemp .... Vice-President Joan Watters Secretary (Missing) Yvonne Gomez Treasurer You sent a delegation to the Model U. N. (Left to Right) : Eliza- beth Granville, Theresa Colarossi, Ginny Glass, Sandy Freiberg, Mar- garet Sprigg, Zola Ernest, Susan O ' Loughlin, Jennie Bejnar, Audrey Berks, Ann Smith, Isabelle Silva, Leontine Ricoute. Standing, Left to Right: Virginia Baciocco, Sandy Freiberg. Seated: Theresa Colarossi, Alice Ganz, Ann Smith, Katherine Daly, Yvonne Gomez, Nicki Kemp, Mary Susan O ' Loughlin, Sue Edwards, Audrey Berks, Margaret Sprigg, Dorothy Richardson, Zola Ernest, Virginia Glass. Back Row, Left to Right: Mary Ann Wormstead, Anita Morales, Jo- anne Jackson, Pat Yaeger. Front Row: Josette Temple, Dolores Schock, Betty Weber. KAPPA THETA MU 98 Always inquisitive, you delved into the mysteries of the atom or the intricate structure of a cell. You were a scientist. KAPPA THETA MU OFFICERS Standing: Joanne Jackson President Betty Weber Vice-President Mary Ann Wormstead Secretary Kneeling: Anita Morales Publicity Chairman H O M E E C O N O M I C S Back Row, Left to Right: Alice Cuilty, Kathy Crowe, Mary Lynn Picketf, Cheryl Bock- hold, Claire Kauth, Jackie Kuros, Carol Breen, Marilyn Brassor, Mary Ann McEveety. Second Row: Ellen England, Karen Andree, Linda Lathrop, Kathy Kelly, Mary Pat McClurg, Frances Dwyer, Joanne Hartman, Marilyn Lochen, Rosalie Aguilar, Loretto Von der Ahe. Third Row: Deanna Dugas, Liz Austin, Liz Sullivan, Beverly McClure, Jackie Lemke, Helen Morearty, Mary Ellen Lykke, Rita Lutz, Margaret Lambert. Fourth Row: Kafhy Halloran, Gloria Madrid, Judy Betlach, Anne Louise Dunham, Sylvia Fuentes, Lida Lee, Mary Lee Verderaime. Front Row: Marlene Mitchell, Gerry Haven, Theresa Binckley, Lupe Guadianoe, Madeline Cascianco, Kathy Feeley. To be a homemaker is the aim of almost every woman, and in a special way you study how to do so — whether you plan to apply it yourself or to teach others. HOME EC OFFICERS Beverly McClure Secretary Deanna Dugas Vice-President Jackie Kuras President Loretta Von der Ahe . Upper Division Representative Kathy Crowe Treasurer Kathy Feeley .... Lower Division Representative SENIOR HOME ECONOMICS STUDENTS (Standing): Claire Kauth, Mary Ellen Lykke, Jackie Kuras, Ellen England. Seated: Alice Cuilty, Helen Morearty, Theresa Binckley. YOUNG REPUBLICANS Back Row, Left to Right: Margaret Dar- mody, Joan Watters, President, Colette Kinsel, Audrey Berks. Second Row: Alice Ganz, Mary Ann Goriffo, Secretary, Yvonne Gomez. Front Row: Ann Smith, Isabelle Silva. YOUNG DEMOCRATS Standing, left to right: Sheila Thornton, Mary Susan O ' Loughlin. Seated: Betty Weber, President, Micki Kemp, Susan Crowe, Mary Alice Martinez. ITALIAN CLUB Back Row, Left to Right: Frances Flajnik, Joan Arlotti, Barbara Bernard, Marie Serrato. Second Row: Barbara Gudas, Mary Ann Gariffo, Madeline Casciano, Cathy Olenicz, Angela Figini. Front Row: Virginia Baciocco, Marie Zeuthen. s p E C I A L I N T E R E S T S 100 .«r« ity iii n i . i v Jk riirik ' -iai- Mb An entrance and an exit, An end and a beginning. 101 AUTOG 102 RAPHS 103 Mr. and Mrs. John N. Bigelow Mrs. A. C. Bock Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Crowe Mr. and Mrs. John Gagel Junior Class Mrs. Opal Lykke PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ricoute Dr. and Mrs. Noah Smernoff Thank you for helping to make this Annual possible. Mrs. M. Stagnaro Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas T. Stehly Travaglini ' s Restaurant Weber Drill Company 104 ANNUAL STAFF 5i-57


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