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

 - Class of 1961

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Situations that can change the whole course of a life are momentarily savored and soon forgotten, to be recalled and enioyed upon suggestion. The important things are here: the people, the places, and the events. Mount '6l captures the significance of these memories. 'B FJ 'e Y 'SJ A 'mr f"" Q 5 I GEF The nucleus ofthe campus is Mary Chapel. The nuc- leus of any Mounl Graclua'fe's life-her love and service of God. Through her faith a Mounlie is guided religiously, intellectually, and socially. ei 1 n ga Hwy C547-45 4,,..- 1- V flu aj '1 Y , : "nl .1 wk' Us '-'I---7, '1 ,ff Y ' jg L- ws-. ' J, , . -L L, - .Lai '- levi. 7 This view of "the Circle" features St. .loseph's Hcill, which houses both administrative and de- partmental facilities. Overlooking port of the city is the lovely columnode. I "x 1 Z At the lower section of the campus is the Marion Art Building. Charles Willard Coe Memorial Lib- rary cmd Brody Hall add further beauty to the Mounl's urchiieclurcil design. 4 4, 1131 , lll - -, Ul me- l 5. 5, -' ft , L H Hfrg, .' ' 230. - 1 V. ' ,S ': l X 'D 'T -an Relaxing is the patio between Carondolet and Brody Halls. An attraction to many is the pool, which is located next to the tennis courts. The new parlor comforts' the residence students callers. ri,-' 5, , -4 -114, -- anim 06444 of 1467 Senior year is a special time-full of fun of nights out, class parties and the theatreg senior panels, the marriage seminar, the Surprise Break- fast, and many other fine memories. There are plans to be made for the future: weddings, careers-getting involved in life. From informal talk-sessions in the smoker to the excitement of the prom, there is an evasive feeling of last- timeness. There is a slow realization that this is almost a time gone. But there is also the antici- potion ofthe time to come, JO ANNE BARON E Van Nuys, California Zoology, Physical Education Alpha Mu Gamma, Chaplain 8. Historian of S.A.l. Senior Class Treasurer, President of Legion of Mary Secretary-Treasurer of lvalian Club, Annual Staff, Sci- ence Club, Gamma Sigma Phi MARGARET L. BEAUCLAIR Westchester, California English, Education Gummu Sigma Phi, S.C.T.A. T 'ilii ff F ,I vi ii I .E Ii i 1 r - n FQ' vw. mf 1" J . I Y ' ' X " 1, is N , 4'-P 7 V .' f N I .K hi.. ,J " 1 E ' ff 'r : - .L,- ,.'v,.+,lv:" 4 'i.z fulf NANCY LYNN BERGIN Hilo, Hawaii Art, English Kappa Della Chi, All Club Vice President, Italian Club, Choral, Annual Edifor d"' an rf5.m'l LUTIER BERNARD Santa Barbara, California Biology, English Tau Alpha Zela Hisloriun MARY ANN BONINO Los Angeles, California Music, Italian Student Body President, Resident Students' President, Italian Club President, Sigma Alpha lota, Eusebians, National Student Association, Gamma Sigma Phi, Choral, Student Government, Corcoran Award, Woodrow Wil- son Fellowship, Who's Who, Delta Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Mu Gamma A W? l 'ns w-,,f ffl GLORIA ANN BOYD Los Angeles, California English, Political Science JUDITH JANE BROW Los Angeles, California Bacteriology, Chemistry Gamma Sigma Phi i . 1 .v- ca ,I U' G' 4? , JERYL LYNN CALLAHAN Medford, Oregon Nursing, Social Sciences Tau Alpha Zeta President, Treasurer: White Cups ct" ,fi- JUDY CASCALES Encino, California English, History Parnussiun Secretary, Lambda Iota Tau Secrelary, Sigma Delia Pi Fresideni 1:4 --i 1- xi, f WN! BARBARA ANNE CLEM Los Angeles, California Drama, History 81 English Masquer President, Gamma Sigma Phi, Studenl Council Public Relations Chairman, Who's Who, Eusebian, Par- nassian MARGARET MARY COLE Los Angeles, California Drama, History Annual slaff, Secretory of Mclsquers 8- Public Relations Chairman fx 1 i 173 'mm 'Z""' WI MARY COLLINS Los Angeles, California English, Education Parnassians, S.C.T.A., Gamma Sigma Phi V-3 RUBY ANN CONAWAY Barstow, California English, Education Soduliiy Publiciiy Chairman, S.C.T.A. Publicity Chairman, Secretary to Delta Epsilon Sigma, Lambda Theta Pi President, Parnassian, L.I.T. xv KATHERINE LINDA COVELLI San Bernardino, California Nursing, Social Science White Caps, S.N.A.C., Tau Alpha Zeia LINDA CAROL COX Pasadena, Coiifornia English, Education S.C,T.A., Pcirnclssians, Y.C.S,, Gamma Sigma Phi, Choral I i JO ANN PATRICIA CROWLEY los Angeles, California Chemistry, Mathematics Freshman Chemistry Award, Honors Seminar, A,C.S. Affiliate, Gamma Sigma Phi, Pi Lambda Theta, Kappa Theta Mu ANN DUERR Los Angeles, California Nursing, Social Science While Cups, Sodalily Treasurer 8- Prefect P V fx AX 5 5 N 1 . N I 1 fr 154W-.lx ' I JUDITH ENDLER Los Angeles, California Ari, English Gamma Sigma Phi, Art Club President, Masquers, Y.C,S CATHERINE ERNSTER Los Angeles, California Mcnhemctics, Physics !""' -ni 5 LINDA FEINBERG Los Angeles, California Mathematics, English Student Body Parliamentariun, Tri-Sorority President President Gamma Sigma Phi, Sodcliity, Student Council, Who's Who BETSY FLEMING Larned, Kansas Music, Music Theory, Art, English Sigma Alpha Iota, Y.C.S., Gamma Sigma Phi, the View, Choral, Freshmen Class Treasurer, Sophomore Class Vice President, Student Body Secretary, Student Body Pub- licity Chairman, Honors Seminar, 3rd prize Cabrini Award, L.I.T., Delta Sigma Phi M GEORGINA ETHELYNNE FOERST Los Angeles, California English, Education 8. Music Tau Alpha Zeta, Sadalily, S,W.E.S., S.C.T.A., Parnas- sians, I.L.C., Italian Club, Annual Staff, lst place Cabrini Award F7 PAMELA GAYLE FOLEY Playa Del Rey, California Social Science, English While Caps, Eusebian, Senior Class Social Chairman Loyola Home Coming Princess f -5 afx Qi' Y A. DONNA MARIE FRAUENHEIN Los Angeles, California Bacteriology, Chemistry Gamma Sigma Phi, Legion of Mary, Science Club, Junior Class President, N,S.A,, N.F.C.C.S. CHARLOTTE M. GILLEN Los Angeles, California Sociology, Psychology 'V 'RZZ7 KATHRYN MARIE GOMEZ Los Angeles, California History, Political Science Kappa Della Chi, Eusebiuns, Model Uniled Nulions Young Demccruls C17 na JOYCE ELIZABETH GONZALES Los Angeles California Home Economics, Music Home Economics Club, Gamma Sigma Phi tw JOAN KATHRYN HAMI LL Sludio Cily, California English, French Purnassian Treasurer, Secrelaryy Sodality Secrerary, Gamma Sigma Phi, Lambda loia Tau President, Delia Epsilon Sigma, Pi Delia Phi, Alpha Mu Gamma 1 r .,,fH 9- EV E LYN HATT Los Angeles, California Mathematics, Social Science Kappa Theta Mu, Sodality, S.C.T.A., Annual Staff Y' I 11' VIRGINIA HATT Los Angeles, California Mathematics, Biology Kappa Theia Mu, Soduliiy, S.C.T.A., Annual Stuff 6 L DONNA SCHNEIDER HUCKABY Sherman Oaks, California Drama, English Gamma Sigma Phi, Masquers, Parnassicns, Y.C.S,, Stu dent Council, Who's Who, Freshmen Class Vice-Presi dent, Sophomore Class President, Student Body Vice President, Senior Class President BETTY J. JORDAN Huntington Pork, California Home Economics, English Student Body Social Chairman, Gamma Sigma Phi, Lambda Iota Chi, Mosquers, Intercollegiate Publicity Committee, Y.C.S., Student Council, Who's Who, Found- er's Day Boll Committee, Resident Students' Social Chair- mon, Student Body Publicity Chairman Am1fl1e 507 7 nit 1- lmllmm t l""1l"Ql:jL,,L X I H U' 1- t "L V Y 1' ' l Y 1 I ii'-iv F ly' Lgltlfl' i i l 'Tl s Q H QQ lrtiasih n ' at wil' i I ,fi 14 W 'f' l MARY ELIZABETH KARIG Pasadena, California Bacteriology, Chemistry Tau Alpha Zeta Treasurer 1.6! l ROS EMARY KEHL Chino, California Home Economics, History Pcirlicimentorion of Home Economics Club, Gamma Sig- mc Phi, Student Council, Student-Faculty Board, Resident Students' Council, Y.C.S., Sophomore Representative, Vice President 8- President of Resident Students, Who's Who, Co-Chairman of Religious Activities 1' JUDITH MARY KELLY Los Angeles, California English, History Gamma Sigma Phi Vice-President, Musquers, Parnos- sians, Sophomore Class Social Chairman 6 'Q 1 I MQ n 3- Id Q 1" 1' f-Q MARY GAIL KINZER Los Angeles, California Chemistry, Mcifhemolics, English Kappa Theta Mu Secretory 8. Publicity Chairman, Science Fair Vice-President, A,C.S. Affiliate, Tau Alpha Zeta JOAN KITCHEN San Diego, California Bacteriology, Chemistry FMA Wiz AO' 'CSIS' DARLEN E FRANCES KNUTSEN Inglewood, California Nursing, Social Science Tau Alpha Zeta, White Cups, Student Body Public Re lations Chairman, Student Council, Junior Delegate to N.S,A., N,F.C.C.S. 4 MARY JANE KOSTER Los Angeles, California Mathematics, Music Gamma Sigma Phi, Treasurer Sigma Alpha lata l -,X l 1- " 3 l ' W l l ,ii L. 'Q SUSAN KROGER Santa Barbara, California English, History, Education Sodalivy, Eusebiuns, S.C.T.A, GLORIA JEAN LEON Wuscc, California Nursing, Social Science Whiie Cops, Gamma Sigma Phi, S.N.A.C '4- H+ .Nl 46x-N' 1 , PHYLLIS HELENE LIEB Los Angeles, California Mathematics, Art Scdality Publicity Committee, Kappa Theta Mu Treasurer Vice-President, Tau Alpha Zeta, Tri-Sorority President, Freshmen Mathematics Award SHARON GAIL LISLE Los Angeles, California Chemistry, Mathematics Gamma Sigma Phi, Kappa Theta Mu Secretary, Vice- President, Presidentg Chairman of Swim Show, Freshmen Chemistry Award, Swim Club, A.C,S. Affiliate ,, 9' 44, L .325 ,img C4 I K' "--rm CHARLENE PHYLLIS MCARDLE Norlh Hollywood, California Music, Education r l 4-' 1 NANCY A. MCCOOK Hollywood, California English, Psychology Sophomore Class Treasurer, Junior Class Secrelory, Sen ior Class Secrelory, Tau Alpha Zelo, Pornassiuns BEVERLY ANN MARSDEN Los Angeles, California History, Art ARLINE MARTIN Los Angeles, California English, Education Parnassian President, S,C.T.A., Tau Alpha Zelu, P Lambda Theta 54 N H-- ELAINE MELLO San Diego, California Nursing, Social Science Tau Alpha Zeta, White Caps Secretary, Vice Presidentg Vice President of California Student Nurses Association Aa' LORETTA ANN MILLEK Torrance, California Nursing, Social Science White Caps, Gamma Sigma Phi, Sfudent Nurses Associa tion of California 4 MARILYN MOHR North Hollywood, California French, Political Science Eusebions, Sodolily, President of Pi Della Phi I L 1 BARBARA MULLEN Los Angeles, California Nursing, Social Science White Cups, Student Nurses Association of California 6. f 1? s r""f" 5 j 57 !l'N 58 K MARY EVELYN MURPHY Granada Hills, California Nursing, Social Science White Cups, Mcisquers, C.C.D., Annual Sluff N X , 'io ll PATRICIA ANN MURRIN Washington, D.C. English, History Purncssions, Anual Sloff, L,I.T, N H i i i c .i I I 'R 13" 1 4-f' 3 ANNE MARGUERITE MUTO Yokohama, Japan Nursing, Social Science Chairman of Nurses Professional Standards Ccmmitlee ,- V 4 .X MARY LEE POLCHOW La Canada, California Music, Education S.A.I. President, Choral, Gamma Sigma Phi, Senior Resident Sludenis' Representative f'- vu 47? rx MARY ANN RUSSELL Los Angeles, California English, Education Pornassions, S,C,T,A, KATHRYN ANGELA SCHOTT South Shores, California English, Education Porncssicns, S.C.T,A., Gamma Sigma Phi Q-x MARLENE CAROL SEMINARIO Wellington, Nevada Biology, Physical Education Kappa Thela Mu, Kappa Della Chi, Choral, Annual Slaff Recreation Chairman ANNETTE SHAMEY Venice, California Social Science, English Eusebian Vice President, S.C.T.A,, Junior Representative -nv' 'Q JODY SMITH Santo Monica, California Sociology, Psychology S.W,E.S, Vice Presidenl 8- President, Tau Alpha Zefa Public Relalions Conference ROSANNA SMITH Van Nuys, California History, Political Science Gamma Sigma Phi, Eusebians, l.R.C., Model United Na- tions delegate, President of Junior Class, Senior Class Vice-President, N.F.C.C.S. delegate, Delta Epsilon Sig- ma, Pi Lambda Theta, Honors Seminar ,HQ r-'P fx KATHLEEN SNEDDEN Bakersfield, California Nursing, Social Science While Caps, Tau Alpha Zela Treasurer lv k A f ,J Z DIANE ADELE SOUVA Encino, California Nursing, Social Science Gamma Sigma Phi, While Cops 1 .l X X f , 'wif ' 'lk ' x 'ffQgLX'i g . ,X--7 F' ""A :ein-'ff f ' f ,vs A4 69 SALLY SPRIGG Santa Monica, California English, Biology 81 Education Kappa Delta Chi President, S.C.T.A., Lambda Theta Pi Honor Committee Chairman, Sodalify, Who's Who .ggxr MARTHA MARY STANG Los Angeles, California Home Economics, Chemistry Kappa Delta Chi Vice President 8. Historian, Lambda Omicran Chi 3' MARY NOREEN SUNDERLAND Wesco, California English, Hisiory Model United Nations, Annual Assislanl Editor, Eusebi cms, Pcirnassicns 116 BERNADETTE JO SZCZECH Sonoma, California History, Education S.C.T,A,, Eusebians, Gamma Sigma Phi " CAROL TRINDL Los Angeles, California English, Education S.C.T.A., Tau Alpha Zela Secretary, S.W.E.S. Treasurer '-u,,x--A Tea. JANET SEBASTIAN TYLER Sherman Oaks, California English, Education Tau Alpha Zeta Vice-President 8- Social Secretary, Pav nassians, S.C.T.A, 1' F ! yu. X1 MARY ELLEN WALSH Monrovia, California Sociology, Psychology S.W.E,S CHRISTINE LEE WARD Los Angeles, California Nursing, Social Science White Caps,Dcly Hop Representative, Junior Class Trees urer, Honor Committee, Library Committee ,- . n K L 77 MARY PAU LINE WEBER Gardena, California Nursing, Social Science Tau Alpha Zeta, White Caps ,gl-U r-HN A ' 1 srl., Vilma ' 1 1 ju' QQ 'Wil I I 'W 5- 4- COLLEEN ANN WILSON Azusa, California History, Education Eusebian President, Gamma Sigma Phi Secretary, the View, C.S.T.A., Model United Nations Chairman, Who's Who, Y.C.S., Resident Students' Vice-President S- Junior Representative 25-.2 '92 SANDRA DURHAM WISE Santa Monica, California Economics, Business Administration Kappa Delia Chi Vice-President 8- Treasurer CAROL ANN WOJCIECHOWSKI Santa Ana, California Nursing. Social Science While Cops, Kappa Delta Chi Secretary .fn- .-9 N27 ,mf . 3 9 1' ff n i -' I is i + ' 'ev Q? d'Ix JANET YOUNG Hollywood, California Home Economics, Chemistry Home Economics President, Tau Alpha Zelu, Junior Class Vice-President, Public Relcfions Co-Chairman MARY JANE ZINKHON Pasadena, California Nursing, Social Science White Caps President, S.N.A,C, Secretary, Honors Semi nor, Mortar Board Certificate, Zellerbach Award .ABM I M If I I The Mount celebrates the Graduate's last days through beautiful traditional activities. As a parting gift to the Student Body, the Senior Class presents their dance, the Senior Farewell. Baccalaureate Mass follows with Reverend James O'Reilly invest- ing the graduating seniors with the hood which sig- nifies their respective degrees. The Sisters host the Class at the Senior Banquet held in the Carousel Room. The climax: Graduation Day. His Eminence, James Francis Cardinal Mclntyre, Archbishop of Los Angeles, confers the diplomas. 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