Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1972
Page 1 of 110
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 110 of the 1972 volume:
LET THERE BE ' 72 •- -n ' 7 lO.V - n f ■ P .f , " V ' " V ■.. » ' U ' K 0 D JU- V-Vuj- V ■ i vU-O ' b- A . ' " V J f y y ' V ' y .V ' p vs ■ . XJ O h VP vJ . " K .x.v ' = . VxA .Qrrmn J ■ ■ I ■ I, MT ST MARYS COLLEGE Los iiNGELES Brentwood = — ' Boheny - MJyS. m . i :: A fA-«- ' , ' ■ Let your light shine ygig before men, so that they will see the good things that you do and give praise to your Father in heaven. Mathew 5:14-16 Sister Joseph Adele Assistant Professor of English i Sister Ignatia Professor of Art Emeritus Only living founder Sister Rose de Lima Professor of Education Emeritus Director of Alumnae Light slants down canyons, through shadowed arches. It touches leaf by leaf the trees. This light mirrors Christ the light of the world. ' He illumines the beauty of the Mount in the people here. Light shines, too, from dedicated lives. To four such persons for their service to the Mount, we dedicate our annual. But one thing I know, The only ones among you who will be really happy Are those who have sought and found how to serve. --Albert Schweitzer «3v ' ♦•■w , ' ' ' H ' m Fa,Guli Activihes Ack«owUqniG.iits THE OLD FAMILIAR FACES I have had playmates, I have had companions, In my days of childhood, in my joyful school-days; All, all are gone, the old familiar faces. I have been laughing, I have been carousing, Drinking late, sitting late, with my bosom cronies; All, all are gone, the old familiar faces. I loved a Love once, fairest among women: Closed are her doors on me, I must not see her- AIl, all are gone, the old familiar faces. I have a friend, a kinder friend has no man: Like an ingrate, I left my friend abruptly; Left him, to muse on the old familiar faces. Ghost-like, I paced round the haunts of my childhood. Earth seem ' d a desert I was bound to traverse, Seeking to find the old familiar faces. Friend of my bosom, thou more than a brother, Why wert not thou born in my father ' s dwelling? So might we talk of the old familiar faces. How some they have died, and some they have left me, And some are taken from me; all are departed; All, all are gone, the old familiar faces. --Charles Lamb Life gives you pretty much what you give it. She gives beauty to those who try to add to her beauty. She gives happiness to those who share their happiness with her. She gives, even, love to those who love her. But these are very, very few. Almost all of us have a capacity for being loved. But few of us have a capacity for loving. --Myles Connolly • ' :g?3 . ' ' -A.- ■ ■ V ■ ' i-. ■ III! j | - »r S; 10 If I find Him with great ease, perhaps He is not my God. If I cannot hope to find Him at all, is He my God? If I find Him whenever I wish, have I found Him? K He can find me whenever He wishes, and lets me know who He is and who I am, and if I then know that He Whom I could not find has found me; then I know He is the Lord, my God: He has touched me with the finger that made me out of nothing. --Thomas Merton 11 nm-nn 1 ■ 1 1 ■ 1. 1 ■-A--.fe t y. i. ' t U ' ?r- m ' m x - -T? ' ' 3l ' .m No darkness can withstand dawn --A.T. Padovano " Let there be Ught " --the great fiat of Genesis is both the prelude to and the necessary condition for all being and doing. It is, in a special sense, the imperative that gives purpose and direction to all human learning; so we may consider the Mount and our ac- tivity here as a response to this primordial command- -to bring light- -to continue creation. If our response is to be integral, we must pause from time to time and consciously ad- vert to the deeper significance of what we are and what we do as part of a community of learners, that is, light seekers and light bringers. This conscious examination will perhaps renew our courage, our creative energies and help us to understand better the connection between the first light of Genesis, our lives as we live them, and the College which gives us for a motto, " Deus illuminatio mea. " Sister Cecilia Louise President 14 Dr. Eugene V, Petrik Vice President Dr. Donald Pehlke Dean of Student Development A ' l ' ' wi t ' oi 1. Mrs. Julia Schaller Secretary -Academic Dean 2. Jan Taylor Switchboard 3. Mrs. Betty Eby Student Health Nurse 4. Mr. Eugene Kelly Purchasing Agent 5. Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen Business Office 3TV 1. Sister Leo Frances O ' Callaghan Academic Dean 2. Mr. Gage Chapel Student Development 3. Mrs. Violet Tsoneff Music Library 4. Mrs. Louise Hudson Student Development 5. Mr. Timothy Kearns Sister Mary Eleanor Kotz Sister Marie Bernadette Walsh Business Office 17 r Sister Mary Frederick Arnold Psychology Dr. Olga Brenes Foreign Language Sister Rose Catherine Clifford History 20 I m: ;, ' ' Dr. Sandra Lamb Physical Sciences Sister Teresita Espinosa Music Sister Miriam Therese Larkin Philosophy 21 22 Sister Mary Williams English Dr. Shirley Schwanzara Biology Dr. Roman F. Young Education Not pictured Sister Rose Cecilia Harrington Theology Dr. Ruth Hoffman Sociology 23 1. Mrs. Brooke Randell Nursing 2. Sister Marianne Johnson History 3. Sister Joyce Van Landingham Nursing 4. Mrs. Mary Hicks Nursing 5. Miss Marie Zeuthen Biology 24 25 Doors are interesting. They open, they close. And the doors we open each day decide the lives we lead. Flora Whittemore 1. Dr. Ronald Oard History 2. Sister Rose Gertrude Calloway Physical Science 3. Sister Joan Henehan Theology 4. Sister Eleanor Frances Power Nursing 26 27 faculty To his own impulse every creature stirs Matthew Arnold 1. Sister Jeanne Marie Reid Art 2. Mrs. Louise Taylor Home Economics 3. Sister Dolores Cecile Schembri Music 28 1. Sister Michele Therese Dumont Philosophy 2. Sister Mary Evelyn Flynn Education 3. Dr. Ruth Hoffman Sociology 4. Sister Elizabeth Beaver Physical Science 5. Sister Mary Louise Collette Physical Science 6. Dr. Peter Tripodes Philosophy 29 .nrrrnn RADUATES ' ■ •• ' ? % ,y Jboi ff ' i ' r mmmrni ' ' . »4ir- h. 1. LORNA ACETI 2. PATRICIA ALBER 3. DEBRA BAKER (• ■■!A:r 1. NUEDABERNABE 2. MERCEDES CAREY 3. SISTER KATHI CARLSTEN 4. BASSANIA CHERG 5. CAROL CLANCY 1. MOLLY ' COY 2. MARICHU DAVID 3. HELEN C. DEBACA 4. MARY KAY DURANDO «:r . i ' -f J ; ( « % 1 . SISTER MIRIAM ECKERY 2. RENE EIDE 3. LINDA ESTERBROOKS 4. MARGIE FLYNN ip 1. CAROL GIBSON 2. YVONNE GILL 3. KATHY GREANEY 4. COLLEEN GUDREAU 5. SISTER JEAN GUELPA m III M. ■ ' 4 V " " 1. DIANE HEISS 2. ANNE HESCH 3. CORINNE HOLGUIN .y tt ■ ki - " 1 1 . TINA IMRE 2. JOANNE JABUKA 3. CANDY JOHNSON 4. JOYCE JONES ■; Ky ' ' 4 % 1. ELIZABETH KELLY 2. PHYLLIS KELLY 3. MARGARET KOLEGRAFF 4. LEANDRA LACK 1. LISA LERPSCHER 2. SUSAN LEVANES 3. CHRIS LILLY 4. DOTTIE LOEFFLER 5. PAT LOMBARDI 6. KATHY McAVOY tK- ' - ' - _ 1. COLLEEN McCARREN 2. COLLEEN McNAMARA JN 3. JEANNE McNICOLL Mu d a j __ ' - 1 1. WANDA MULLIKIN 2. KATHY NOELTNER 3. PATRICIA ORR 4. MYRIAM PERDICES 5. SHELLY PIGHIN I ' I. JUDY PINALTO 2. SHEILA RYAN 3. MARY SABATASSO 1. NORAH SARGENT 2. CAROL SAUER 3. KATHY SMITH 4. ELSA SOUS 1 i r X ■rl g! 1. SOLVEIG VI LUC ANA 2. DEBORAH VITALE 3. MARY ANN WAGONER 4. BARBARA WEBER I HP r ? f f ' fi - .. 1 r 1 . ' ? - if % Hf S jgt 1. SISTER MILDRED WEBER 2. EDNAWURSTER 3. MARGARET YOUNG 4. JANE CASSERLY Betty-Aeon Sanchez Mary Bahm Light goes on into the thousands of years. So did the seed, So did the man, So do we all Patricia Barrett Joanna Carroll 48 Teresa Cook Sister Yvonne Cool The stxing of involvement can ' t be neglected. For through it a student finds a sparkle of friendship. The glow of responsibility, the light of self giving. Barbara Farrell Ann Marie Feeney 49 Michelle Florio Cheryl Garrett Give light, and people will find there own way. Taanah James Sundra McConnell 50 Kathy McGuirk Gina Rodriguez Life is not the wick or the candle- it is the burning. Kathi Rossi Frances Ruth 51 Jk V Aline Smith Stephanie Stich A candle lights others and consumes itself. Nancy Williamson Patrice White 52 As we proceed into that faint beam called future our lifeline spectrum will always reserve a particular radiance for this year for as we sunward gaze the shadow behind will forever contain what we have learned and lived. 53 G student o -tliiru f ' MRC qmmat Meetings. . . Plans. . . Programs . . .Posters. . .Committees. , . STUDYING?????? Student Government Officers President: Wanda Mullikin Vice-President: Corrine Holguin Pbimiing and Evahuition Coninuttoc Service Committee: Angie Kucia Sociiil Committee: El.iine Priest CultiuMl-Ac;idemic: Donna Pntziger Roligious Affairs: Melanie link Comnumications: Gloria Torres Pam Bean m 4 ' m i I ' r ' rr f ' S in- ■ --. ■ ' f of ■a) -l ' f J . fe " i Astronault ' s log (deletion) The moon, finally, was no surprise. As we always thought, dead, dusty. Not much to it, really. You prepared us well for that. But not so well for other things. The silence, for example. You never said it would be so still, so unearthly still, quiet. Or did you know? Even as the data grew and the little clicks continued, silence settled over us. And we were not prepared for that. Did you know there is nothing to look at from up here but the old earth itself? Nor were we prepared for that. The moon was no surprise, but the earth was. We find it awkward, embarrassing almost, to look from our black window on that blue green ball where you are, where we were once, where we hope to be again. We were not prepared to look from silence on our own earth, oiu ' own earth there. We did not know the earth till now. Isn ' t that strange? We had to leave the place to see it at all. Maybe it ' s the black nothing to see it at all. Maybe it ' s the black nothing in which the earth floats, hangs that grabs you most. We never knew how close to nothing our own place is. We feel odd feelings. How do we get data here? Earth hangs in nothing; how do you program that? Earth looks very small, helpless almost from here. We feel funny looking at it, at you, as if we caught you in a mistake, or blunder. Strange, but we are protected against mistakes out here, but earth is not. You are more vulnerable than we are. We are embarrassed for you. But you are protected from silence and from tlie black nothing and from the odd feelings. You are protected from eartli ' s vulnerability, from embarrassment. You are smaller than we are. We worry for you, earth. You are very close to nothing. You must be more careful with yourself. As careful as you are with us. We are silent for you. You did not prepare us for this; to look back on you witli love. James Carroll Elements of Hope Mfairs i% t T Melanie Link — Religious Affairs Retreats Renewal Evenings Guest Speakers Midnight Mass Saturday Afternoon Masses And you shall be glad And you shall dance And you shall come to hear our song And learn its tune before it fades away. Nell Diamond 61 International Students Organization From the Philippines, . . to Spain. . . v to the United States L nAld itebdJ oOayrucju ouko. f, 1971 cut iJjL J07njae a ioj ?fO cob ' fL (Uuy " ««i ' «i Jtvouirif 1. That ' s what I think of the bus driver. 2. Now I lay me down to sleep 3. The devil made me do it. ll J 66 The Vice-President rests while the students freeze. 67 68 I hold that a little rebellion, now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in tlie political world as storms are in the physical. Thomas Jefferson 69 ( J iTi — ■■■ • jMcGUVKRiM] muskie ' sX I OUR 1 V MAN y (HUMPHREY V ' 72 Our task as men is to find the few principles that will calm the infinite anguish of free souls. We must mend what has been torn apart, make justice imaginable again in a world so ob- ¥ l» ¥l«i n ■ ■ iiii oiitrsHon. FASTER BY COMPUTER???? What do you do in your spare time? I thank you my God, for having in a thotisand different ways led my eyes to discover the immense simplicity of things. Teilhaid de Chardin y -r IPesiderxce , Main. CantpuA ' ' •:!.. I get by with a little help from my friend. The joys of this life are found in die making of friends. MacPike ff L I told you not to bounce in the elevator, Jan! But Sister. . . All right, who let the Phi Kaps in? I think I got a bad deal. In my window a little light will always keep burning all may come in. The arms of a friend are waiting. Pope John XXIII mm 1. 1 don ' t know how the ball went through the window. 2, Fourth Floor Gang 1. Oh goody! It ' s an El Ranchero. 2. We don ' t like 7:30 curfew. . . At least ' til 7:45? 3. I told you not to eat all those carmels. 4 Is it day or night??? -mm r- , B ' _j9J| r ' ii . I !i i ' il I " .Yi ' ' ' j H EI J gl P K: ' ' ' j m Js i i ' - ■, % t j Bh HI I 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 .1 ■ ■ ■ ■ rj Q£ SOCIAL PATRONS Bette A. Eby, R. N. Mrs. Rhea E. Hendricks Louise Hudson Mrs. Jean Ann Leili, M.A. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Macke Donald E. Pehlke Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Supple TO DR. EUGENE PETRIK Computer Rules 1. Stay Up! 2. Keep up the good school spirit (and your socks! ) J. 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