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

 - Class of 1975

Page 1 of 200

 

Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1975 Edition, Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 200 of the 1975 volume:

A' R.. , Sl V 4' xl . , 4 1 V' 'J ' "' f U"+fp V' T1 w 1 -.V 1 -, Q . I ,j. .HJ ,Mt . -4 H-aft J. f ' fi 'ff' r . X , ' V 1, ' ve., f fu"-rw -I N I , nm. 1 v l X.. . . .Y Wi, ,Q , ,, gd U' v ' f.:,' ., X s L -M' . -., :I .-II: J rf 1 f "' J f 1 J - 5 , L ' .' V , V' NQ- , A 'A ' ' Hn,- wf 4,- ',' Y .3 - -'-Q" - . x 4 . -. - ,, ,v . - , ,, . Q , 11' fx" ?' , .- -, A "1 . , ' ' ' 15 Zxgjfty '.4 -' ' .- , - ' Q --A x A --v . K, . ,U I, ,Af ri. fr ihpls Sf x fx , L , f 'pJ.1 ' -ff 1'- f '- - ' 7JLt -' 2 , -iw' -ef' - .Q I FEEL, ' .1 K -.N 3 rfllhf-g' 5" 35 "gf . l. ' H' -, . -3,5-I,i ,, , . , 4 . ,,- .gn . I .I N 4 Q .-M - - ' 'gp I I . A . . f 4.. 3, Q'-ev: x wx , , , ' '. Vx 4 2 YI' 1,411 5 'gm " 'K First Graduation Ceremony of Mount St. Mary's College Q1929 20" Ur' Q-I-If fun -6' 4.1 3 J vf MQ 5 r H V X iq.-r vm, G-we 3 ' 5 P 9 -4 5 'I 2' 'L .4-'O H- 'Q 'T 1 5 --uv-ra K I v-u.a0 N N A 'LL 'Yu' 4 '1 ff 3-1 L I , Us Nik 'if m"' V R nr SL X bmi BLS . -Q-4' X " it x ,j Y ,E fwwn ' pl ' , - I ltq ', V W . ' ' , 1 Qi L, A 4 ' -1, '- ' . v, 1 - ' - 3'1" A ' ..,',,... . -. W I " ' '- . . ' . ' . Q. A . .. . we 1 ., - ,- , 1 ix 4 -- W.-V I. - . H , :1f.,.L4 I, ,A an W ' V ,. .Ce 1 I N- . . -. E. .. -Q 'Q-f Q """"k-- ' .. W' " "W, f -- ' Q -f '. w' 'Q 'A M . 'K -I -', .. H A-'13 ' f. . MI.: fm..." X I ' Mfjfv 1 P- 'Q ' '2 . N V "- 0 1, Q i, . ln. NA L v ,.. ,, ' 4. um, h , V. 1 -5, In J L .4 -. 'www' ,il V fx.: .2 4 I I , ,V A . al J 1 . v iq 14' . n 457- , it ' 0"--' 7' 1 XA JR' V In s .1 .S .XX I D .A - M Q . , y. W I, I A r U 1 Q . . A LM g . - ,pr -15" - f- 4. - . 4 7. - '- 1 , A- - .. ,.-,,,f 4 1, 'x .f . 11, lx. .1 5 Q -h . I . 'A L 'Y Q , , 7 51. .,, ,, . A r A .H . ' - A1 6 " 1- .I .inf ,- ,' I . L ' f.. g ' ,Q I A3 , ' X 2- " , 1 - -f. 4 Qu.. ."'-4 ' .- ' .I .fx 4 f aff' -: Q' A A .I ,jf . ffm ' .:?f's. .4 . 'A.. 'av' XL, , -n .f ,Q ' - X A Ai.. 4-1. , M I K.. , ,, ' . : , ig, .34 ti'-+L. 'L f 1 MIR- l.w 1. v .. gi. 4fQ, J 1. J .,: , .- . , ,. ', .l :I LL, V . N,,7,..,. .. X- . - h -h . , , in , Q, me 'f 'sr - - hc ' . '44, 4 . -MM M A :' , , x " avr' -, , 4 pl .Lv . ' - , 5-' .g 1,1 E - , n V - K. f.p'Q . ,, Y i :J Q ' ,Q D .4 1. 4 jug ' - V J, N T1 l J.. I,-4-fl. 1.1 L qi Q. A l -ly -:Ste :ilu .I ,, Y ff 54. :Jvc 3, 4, u.. , 11 . . 1- W'-v U., -r'-. -1-in , , -5. P mf , - ., .M,, y J ,f , ' ?"'? if' v."n ' . r . 1' ,""' ' ,. ',4', , ,' r"' . , '. . 55"-1 1, .U , - -4 , i .' .1 .f '- . 3 .' ' ' ' - . ' . - 1, yi, fx - 8 -, , 5, . ' Q Qs - . ' ,JL . 4 - r , . 1 f . sf' I , lil . 4 49 bn -xx., 'W .- .Q 1 ,Aa , An Explanation of the Designs by the Architect, Mark Daniels The site of the new Mount Saint Mary's College crowns the top of a spur of the Santa Monica Mountains which juts out into the broad valley of Boehme Canyon. The area comprises substantially thirty-six acres. The scheme of buildings is a series of groups surrounding patios, quadrangles and terraces, succeeding one another up the slope ofthe hill and culminating in the Chapel terrace, flanked on the east and west by the Residence Hall and Faculty Building. Tradition has all but dictated the adoption of a so-called Spanish type of architecture in which an effort has been made to introduce a combination of Gothic and Renaissance such as may be seen in the University of Salamanca and the Cathedral at Burgos. From their windows, lecture rooms, sleeping rooms and auditorium command a sweeping view over the sea, city and surrounding hills. It would be difficult to find a more alluring and at the same time inspiring view from any eminence within a reasonable distance of a great center of population. The quadrangles and patios are connected by a grand staircase, over which arched passage- ways afford intercommunication between buildings. This type of "partie" provides semi- enclosed cloisters and study patios, a feature to be found in few educational institutions. Soil and climatic conditions adapted to the growth and cultivation of an extremely extended list of plant material insure the feasibility of verdant covering and colorful gardens. Situated as it is, within easy access to Loyola University, contiguous to the site of the new Occidental College, within a few minutes drive from the University of California at Los Angeles to the east, and an even shorter distance from the great California Botanic Garden to the west, with fertile soil, temperate climate, incomparable outlook and the inspired and lofty motives back of the institution, it is no stretch of the imagination to picture this college in the future taking its place as one of the outstanding achievements in the United States. E0 40 mam ages: uni C 1 On Sunday, June 17, 1929, several thousand friends of Mount St. Mary,s gathered to witness the formal groundbreaking and first commencement exercises of the college. The ceremonies were held on the new hilltop campus which replaced St. Maryis Academy as the official college campus Bishop John J. Cantwell officiated during the ceremony and addressed the ten graduates. i lionnnsir """ ' I V. . L, Sister Ignatia During this golden year, Mount St. Mary's gives special thanks and recognition to one who has contributed fifty years of caring and working for the Mount. As a'Founder of the College, a teacher, and an artist, Sister Ignatia has enriched the Mount in many ways. Sister entered the Carondelet community in 1908 and taught at St. Mary's Academy before joining the original college faculty in 1925. She helped establish the Mount on its hill top campus when the school moved from the St. Mary's Academy location. In a Tidings interview in 1968, Sister recalled those early days when Brady Hall was the only building on campus: 6'We had the timber for a new building, but then the depression came with a bang and that ended that. We lived in three or four rooms. Students scrimped on clothes. They couldn't get jobs, even after graduation. They were kind to each other--and to usf' Many new buildings were to follow after the depression years, among them, the Marian Hall of Fine Arts which Sister Ignatia helped design. The Bel Air fire of 1961 destroyed the building along with many of Sisteris works. Sister served as chairman of the Art Department for thirty years and retired from active teaching in 1962. Although retired, Sister Ignatia expresses a very active love and concern for the Mount of 1975. ,Q "Will ,,. . 1 fire r- fr -1 '-wwzciraii 1 ,HI N avg: 5 1 It -'slum rr ii at ,. H ' . ,'L" ' Hs V, we .Lm,,,.,.A K., I 'i ,, . M' 1-,. .,..f:. , m f' ,. , ..,., g,, -. ,,,.4:,,L., ' A E 'Nia K : 43-fn Q- H . ,F ,,, U w,saiv--- , -- f 4- ' v yy' AVIN ,.A, y 1 .9 , :A A "' V ,i I1 'li ll. ,V ., A Q pV,.j.Af , , ' Q, 1 . Q, -fl - ' ' ' - -Xfxynfefrgv, -UH p. - " - .,, ':'r. :'.. N f-"A W. A. 5 X n5,:' 'ix Ni., "QM ,f Z J., 1 ' R l ' 1 f , Qi ln . Q .lrv-1" x . f,j.,i-f .-..-n-1' .,I I. D- W- 5,-M: J . -f-J.: -- -gcc' , - 1-1--N - qi' ,. 7 "M- MM 1 .Is-. Ei? eil'-Q I sm 321 THE JOSE DRUDIS BIADA ART HALL DEDICA FED SEPTEMBER 22 1974 once real1zed and then destroyed by f1re The new blllldlflg also stands as concrete evldence of the sp1r1t of growth at the Mount The new Jose'Drudis-Biada Hall represents the fulfillment of a dream Mount Presidents i 1- QBQ ' 1925-l975f0 03-O ' A I ' ' nd 0 cog P qz . G 0 -1 1 , ' A 'V , 0 X g Q 1-KX ' b N 9- a , -i 'o C! x a ' a' long N. 0 . 6 cr ed' ' - Q ,'g,"0" 0 x . 0 '-Ng, , - .. If- x i lk-by Q , I 'I ' If -1 pb' ooo no E v 'x'6o . w , 15" . N d p ' lr 4 ix Q Q ' m 'UA xi 1 I , 4 . , e 1 ,A 4 W X I ' . ' - '1 A . N I ' '0 do . -V " , ef' W -."'. . ,if 1' I 'L ,I 1-Q f. x -' I Ami G ag .x J' .. OX s. , ,-, ' O l AY 0 1 . Mgmt: 0 'S fuwwwwwfwffawwn U fh f if Aho ' ,5 ' ff X. " C- 8 1 M 5' " I ' .- I 1 ",- "' 0 i Daiwa 7' 905 00 09 fo 'I gf 0 -SRGBQQ , 5 - 0 o 3 0 CQ Go , 00g : hu- ," 0 'o I, Z '-M' 1' 'Q 0 N Wo lf Gm WA 0 A -7' .-Y Q 6 xv- - Wu' 1MMww. - --9 0 g y gg ,f gf" N K ' t, In on ao K X. htfmq? 52 ' Q9 Q N ' 1 wb od G ' ' ' 0 " T ' 0 . 5 5 gf' 93 0' dw ' RH . ' goo 4 X ' ' . 'X ' 1,1 v , kia? Q g I Q 0 0 000 4 ,bod 'ii Z A' 1 is Z 5 I ' - v' Y, - :Q YL 0 Qt '-lf Q : 'f a .A Jg? ' I .hJwf- fw w.vff-41 D 4 . . ' A,, . x' 5 "4 V s, 0 .' -'v , Q o Q , Q , kt . Qf A, . , 9 0 t, 5 . 1 Q ',.' go Q' Sfmt? ".'P2 .ogg ,"n ,ii ., R , - , I l .- ua s I.. N W X 1 Quo xx Q I Q xtvgl XX i I W x Q f . N , I ps f Q 3 . 7: m ff f A mm . WHA A1- A If , N . Y V- , mn... ' Y . - 'n ,I I :gr : d I I ,, 1,-I if '. 1' B 2 I-.U v " . ,Bad - ,if 69009 fa .. -'cfm M A- R i ts- ,i 8 mg Q soo Al :KJ ' qv s,'Jf ,- ff' wrzyf VH as 53 .if f D ' T uw 'lf' .1- g M6 9 65900 ogt oi p p ' ' ff: no f' 0 0" Quin 6, 3' f ' 9 Q 5 6 8 o 0 3 'Q U vi' 6. 851 of ea ' ' so YA 1' V " U S. 0 5 9 Q 00, Bos.0z 53119090 Q 230 0 E Ei' lo 0 Q0 d o k g M302 0 QODO I LSO? 5 ,go :Sl gskxo ogn 'Q 0 0 s 10 U ,A vb no at , , .55 f Q Q 2? 9- Mays fa Q i a EB 25. gag .0 od? o 9 no b 'D QQ Q ov Q 0 oo pojg no pg 0 E Gb iv 'big Q 3 Q o ' aww? 3' 'S WWE gulf 25,1 , Wg uses 5 . ' Q vo' Q 'S' mi D 2 Q T QU 0 J. 5 0 I , 3 .0 2: 66 it . 95.5 3 wg: J : ,' Q, 0. 00 MW rf-A 3 Q 4-gf, Lrg ft, ' 51 , . QP D Jfx u l-" .T,,1 ', In we 'ggxfgg o , Dot kwa "iM, fi.1,,,.,I, CTR . ,asf 1 0 Tre 9 Q 09 'ml 6 0 '- ' if ' 90 g o 0. if JQQ' X f A " o - 2 -3 Jfi: No A ' X i V. , Lgxsl. X by ' fl I 2, lx? go -- Ib - Q PEO .j'N,?w.s. I' N X 1, 1 ' SV? ' Q. .40 A W A1 ,LW Q"'1g-5? 'Ut Mother Margaret Mary 1925-1937 Sister Dolorosa 1937-1943 Sister Marie de Lourdes 1943-1949 Sister Rebecca 1961-1967 Sister Agnes Marie 1 949-1955 Sister Rosemary 1955-1958 an.. Sister Rose Gertrude Q 1958-1961 i Slster C6C1l13 Loulse Moore Presldent As a former student faculty member and resldence dlrector and now as the Presldent of the Mount Slster Cec1l1a Loulse understands Mount St Mary s from many polnts OfV1CW Havlng earned a B S ln Chemlstry from the Slster was appomted to the Chemlstry faculty Mount Slster contmued her studles at 1n 1957 and served as Chalrman of the St Louls Umverslty where m 1958 she recelved Department 0fPhy51Cal Smences from 1959 to Ph D Ch IUISU' SIHCC theli she 11218 1964 Before becommg Presldent ofthe College her 1n e y partlclpated m several sclentlflc conferences and m 1967 Slgter Served as Dlrector of Re51dence research projects and Dean of Faculty i K' AOA 7 8 7 9 1 . . .. 1 ' 9 9 7 ' . To the graduates Ann1versar1es are m1lestones ln t1me In our human way we use them to measure progress toward s1gn1f1cant goals Thls year, the Mount celebrates a golden ann1versary In the course of the celehratlon all of us who are part of the College can pause at rhrs m1lestone and attempt to measure how far the Mount has come how well It has traveled through 1ts frrst frfty years Whrle attemptlng th1s assessment whlle asklng the questlons how far? and how well? 1n reference to the progress of the Mount as 1nst1tut1on we wrll rnevltahly d1scover an rnterestmg fact Genurne 1nst1tut1onal progress IS always the result of ded1cat1on on the part of 1nd1v1duals So when we assess the Mount s achlevements we are really assesslng the quallty of ded1cat1on ewch1b1ted by the Mount s people all of them frfty years worth As the graduates of 1975 you are a specral W1th the others you have contr1buted to the achrevement record we are ewcammmg 1n thls ann1versary year how far? how well? But your unrque 1mportance l1es 1n the fact that as the most recent graduates you are the l1v1ng and only answer we and the Mount can g1ve to the most essent1al questlon of all What for You are what the Mount IS or' The story ofthe Mount 1925 1975 IS a story of good t1mes and had t1mes, of trral by frre of more than one k1nd The story of your own lrves Wlll most probably reflect thrs same rhythm of alternatlng circumstances When and rf 1n SPIKE of all that 1ntervenes ou reach your own f1ft1eth year the ways 1n wh1ch you have l1ved wlll g1ve us val1d answers to the questlons we are askmg now Mount St Mary s College I-low far? I-low well ? 7 7 , . ' C5 73 CG 77 ' , . . 7 U . . . . , ' 9 , . part of that fifty years' worth of Mount people. 7 ' ij 77?i'lC 73 7 7 cc ?.77 ' f ' a ' s I . , . . . ,Y 7 7 Y Q I I V 7 5 it f as I ,K ,, .v xc 4031: I' Q4 N. , gf ..q, 1 , - ,av "" ' 5 1, ' 5 u L ' . Q ' ,H 'N f-fi 5' . X. X J X ,efl J" M5 ,.. 133 ,4v"""K '- ,K-ZZ' qui' nw--X + -gl' -s' .1. V 5 I+: -N- at -Y 'Q tu During 1975 Mount St. Mary's College commemorates the Fiftieth Anniversary of a building project. Half a century ago, the Founders ofthe Mount designed and laid groundwork for a college that could never stop growing. The architects knew that the realization of this unique structure would depend upon the skills of its builders. For fifty years, thousands of talented workers have labored to create this special college. To each of these builders--to every student, teacher, alumna, and friend of the Mount-- we ratefull glliglliare e egrbook. f4' 4 ,K 0 802, 4 . - o . v X O Fl Q0 0: o ' J 4 0 . .f 055 l'Q ' Q w A 0 .3 ' 5 on 0 R30 Administration " LUG, as 5596350 Q' vt 5 co0 Fac It 0 R L , ' 0 r ff fo? H 0+ 3 g O00 lxa 'J K do O 41N X v Q ' K Q - . ' 3 lp, O ,'m 4 r ""' OO 'r 000 O Q I as 2 X .5 . 5 'u O 1 Quo f F Rug? G 0' ' - . . -I 5 Q ood, 00 ds I Q-X4 ' U 'f ci oqpov ,-Q9 0 0 5 Q S! 6 Sp ff 5 Om fa you 3365 I -- 0 I 8:1 O :RQ Q o0o 0 0 0 000 ,, Q no -'X 0 O 'B Uooqo 6053 O o o O6 oo Qs jv 1 I 0.42 or Q 0000 Lo ff- "' as U O a 0C55 E , lsx' ' 000 ,' D x. 6X , X Loco X' X A 00 N-F E,- , fr" --f Q 4 2bf!r 'f 'x i YY O A .., 6' 1' V ' ' ' ff 1, Ugg, Q we ' if 'NG ,Q , ' ' Ong, ag A Q8 3 O08 Q3 .P .. -QQ , ' 'e Q ' IP ff. r ,o 0 '21, 'Q I 500 0 ' vb? R' goo , K, " 0 ga :P Smog, ' 'Q M .' QQSPSQA, o 006 664591109 Gm o ow T' 000 O Q50 0, ,Q ot Q 0 0 00 0 A 4 sb 0 00 W S gb 0 0 0 Q - f j 1 pg wg. S3 Q 22 Moflwoboe? ff' JS? :Og '59 D T' 1:0 O 2 0 .': 9 0 Q ffgr-fQo0Q, woo gggbo QSO E65 3 6Qo 0 Q 02 ao 4 O 0 0 ogba, go to V O fog dlp 3 of 0 cb OE 0 o O O 60 O0 So 'O 6 S CBO vow Ops 5630000 I gb., as o ' CG' 5 3? 00 is 5652? 'Gd QR QD 020202 o ii o 3 gm 0 3250 nb deco ooo CQ 63 combo atm 0 0 od Q Poo Q0 O Q50 1 H 2 6 Q79 2 65 is 00 C 4512 0 Q 0 J 0 00 - 0 as O Q o ff? Oo 0 0 pl me G 3 ' W 0 0 63 o 000 0? if Q ooo Oo COQQ Silo 508 an dp 00 Q' 5 , OOGFZP 0 Q oo '30 I, O Gag? O o 030 o fi' OO mb DOE W wr .fag 0 22210 sf w g M 7 O O Q Q 1 . 0 .r 2 9 U ? ' oog 0 0 0 og C '-1 1 ll N ' 3 1 I . 0 0 65 ooo E gg 0 gb- ? K 7 I if 55- 4 0630 8705? aooog C a is 0 09 - 0 ?D0 ', A ES Q . - boo 0 1 gg ffo ixorf 6,0 Og f, 2 Q vi Q d bx so I i' ' 'tif ff, A: o i M 0500 510' 'mo , iw" 6- K 0 'I I ide? . F 6 J , I- W x 1 1 doo W oo ' wif K . ' 0 + I f 4 , b., 0 n , , 6 00 w w 1 un w e f' M N 44 scam' C-22 a wx A 1 i-5 W Y , ' 1 ,: 5 J WY-4'-'--' Ml YA "'-' - x.'i---""' X- :J +-:!"Qb SJ-4 'v XJ Student Development Sister Rose Bernard, Dean Nancy Manning, secretary IC.:-. Academic Development Sister Mary, Dean Marie SllT1Ol'1, Secretary Sister Margaret Anne, Dean for Associate of Arts Program Lucille Botelho, A.A. Secretary SiSte'r Regina Clare, Dean for GraduatelExtended Day Program Julie SCl'13lle1', Graduate office Llflda FlelSl"ll'l'l3.1'l, Presidenfs office fn .1-N X. pt Y '36 f' 4 5' 'x w t... 'Ogg , Q 2. s Z' 4. Aa? K xx l l Q. X- Q 1 Q56- .n' S , X J W 0 er., r .div N 1 KN. "-nJ's Development Offce Richard Luechtefeld Arlene Garvey, Assista as 2' ivan ik ' e sf 113' 1 A Business Ofjqce I Timothy Kearns, Manager .MN Q, , , SiSlI61' Mafie BCI'I'18.dCtC6, ManagerlDirector of Accounting I AV "L '4 Sister Magdalen Marie, Budget Director ' lj Sister Rosanne qDohenyp " wg, ,f A' 5116! Sister Martin Aloysius N V ' T 1 Sister Agnes Francis fDohenyj Q - Q f' j if Sister Naomi S S A, we ' ..., Hazel Rasmussen 21 Sister Marie 5 I Sister Mary George, Purchasing Z KA I 4 4 i 1 6 M i Q .Nt , ,,,,,f'1' Q "". T 4 A Q V. 1 5 'vw ir I A N .v 'V 4' gf 'gi W Fr rw Financial Aid Sister Rose Gertrude, Director Mary Ann O,Brien qD0henyJ Admissions Ofjqce Monica Luechtefeld, Director Nancy Simmons Susan Von Tobel Sister Francis Clare, Assistant 4131?-5Evk W ' LiiKfvT' V ff 'l'W" Sociology Dr. Ruth Hoffman, Chairman Sister Judith Marie 2. I .Q X l 'N Q D Mathematics Sister Mary Louise Dr. Peter Tripodes ia. Institutiorzal Research Sister Catherine Therese Sister Rose Louise Sister Leo Francis O,Callaghan qDohenyJ Sandra Mann qD0henyJ 40" 'Wh -Q 4 Philosophy Sister Miriam Therese, Chai Robert Gardh Karen Wilkins Dr. Paul Sharkey Richard Hertz Dr. Peter Tripodes 1 A X isis wg ff isvf ., 2 M . af,-.a v 1. illzfsic Dr. Mary Ann Bonino Dr. Matt Doran Paul Salamunovicli SiSfCI' TCI'CSilI3, Cliairman Sister Nancy Sister Dolores Cecile Sister Miriam joseph Delores Stevens Manuel Compinsky Frank Messina Margrete Eddy Sister Maura jean Violet TSOI1Cff, Music Librarian 'Iu- 1 CH J As !,.,4 ' ff rl? 'Ds it ?'5""' ' "- , If F I A K : 1 ' 'is -'A-A'--u-.a h 37. it! 4 .Ji al' s"1 E7 M MH? 5 vi Q as U in V ,MM ' -c. AF' I . 3 ..:,,'v:- 4929 English Dr. Arnold Davis, Chairman Patricia Alzobaie William Dozier Mariette Sawchuk Donald Zimbalist Sister joseph Adele Sister St. George Sister Laurentia Sister Dorothy Mary Sister Mary Patricia .M-A - Education Dr. F. Roman Young, Chairman Sister Mary Evelyn Sister Regina Clare Verle Lubberden Sister Anne Louise Doris Harris Kathryn Rousek jack McLellan Sister Margaret Clare Caren Eastridge, Secretary Doheny Child Center Mary Jane Welles, Directo Sister Carol Therese Sister Dorothea Marie Sandra Burud Maryann Dacumos Miriam Esparza Ruby Hannon Melissa Moss Mary Norman Martha Wade Matilde Villatoro Teresa Trujillo Ruby Tassin Kate Stafford Jane Zucherman A ,- " 1 Qxlx ' K A ' 1 " ,'-if f , --1 4 s I ' 1 , , 4 ,, M f. ..,. ,, , i ts , 6 ,Q . , f ' mf- "9 ., r M 12 " '. Af, A "wig, ' .v ' .suv , f. , 4"" ,.f '- . .. - ,,- . H. ' .mu gs - 1 - , r. L- g fj1-' 'H+-' f. ,, W... - . '+'2-M-243'-.m..,?' Y 4' " , , v ..Y"'?" .f Y"f m., G, 1.x I , ..,, ' uf " ','1.v:-"gg," 23.3 , H+- , .MN J.. , A., , I M. ,', ..n,. ' , ,ff-. +1 1' 5 " ":'A5"j ""' T-uw.-lil A .. f-'+"f Y-:gk j.'-,y- - Hr- ' ' x. .'0n'4-ivy'5"':.9L.',,g. .. , , . ,- -.,f-- -' uw. ,.f , L ..- . ', , X 1,., Q'xyfYf V' ' - . 5. If .?f-,Q "3"fU'?'2:-f-Sm -f . . If . ff" v.1':sA- ff- gay.. " f- . " Q ' 1 I -ci ... 'Q 1 W1 Q.. Q- e -D 'Ag ... -asian.-Lvvu"?"3?f'u.i'fZiifmg. Z' 0lll', , , speciality children The Marianne Frostig Center of Educational Therapy is devoted to children with learn- ing disabilities. The Center uses a team approach to diag- nose learning difficulties in children and plan an appro- priate remedial program. Dr. Marianne Frostig is the ,Founder and Executive Director Emeritus of the Center. She is Professor of Education at Mount St. Mary's College and Frostig Center. S: .s-H.. f, F2-?'r .,. .,,f ,.. Q. C ,.,,w.fz Hr .5 ,f ' 5 ,. A 5.95153-si ..Q, T PT, 'T' I, - ,gag W., .J .. 3 esp. .mf A 57 lil 3 -11-bi. C 555,575 Q "1" Y mf gs x N g A- 3533 .. , -X 3.15, -'fn fx -,ww " -' QS. 'W I A X. 9 " ,Mft N.-+gQ,mq :gf . ' "f'.25'L3'I uf ' - Y K S4 23.3. 3. fm' ,, ' " THE MAPLANNE FROSTYG CENTER OF EDUCNNONAL THERAPY I-Iisr0r'yfPolifiuzl SciezweXB11xiilessfOrgt111i:atiom1l .Mtzmzgemeuf JQITICS DCl3l13Hfy , Chairm.1n Charles Higgins Sister'Marie Loyola Sister Elizabeth Anne Bruce Beatty Michael Liggett Ronald Oard Sister Marianne Sister Rose Catherine 'VD can il il l 1 fv- E5 KL aj 'l '. I fp '..gqa1 kms Ref Y In 5' Q 'Q ,,,..4r- 12.4 Biology Sister Annette, Chairman Carey Smith Marie Zeuthen SiStCI' Lilldkl QDohcnyj GCOff1'Cy AHCICYSOI1 QDohcnyj Irma Odabashian Hazel Davis, Lab Assista WWA .V 'W -1... rv- A,,..'-v-v-' , .4 1 !' V Q w , -V1 .ls , 4 i wi f, " 13 ri.. .4. ' iiilsfii .1 - .. M Wil ii .levi .f Q all -y ll 4 .M J- , l 5 tlyll ii " .Q ' 2 ,T 'U d l X . -Q 4 ' , 2. Q "2 3 ' Q "" i' ,Jr Physical Sciences Dr. Sandra Lamb,Ch.1irman Dr. Hallie Bundy Dr. Eleanor Siebert Sister Leo Francis O'Callagl1an qmohenyp Sandra Mann QDohenyJ Mary L11 Wilson, Lab Assistant hu Nursing SlStCI' Rebecca, Chairrnan Ruth Garrick,SeQrer.4ry Sister Eleanore Francis Sister Joyce Rhea Williams Edythe Ellison Marge Henderson Nancy Perley IQ ,ik Q Nu rsiug Earl Flowers Mary Poush Beverly Rambo joan Reighley Alice Rink Sharon Vairo Ann Olson Wendy Hollis Judith Ann Bunten Alice Chait -Ioan Cho Dorothy Clough Edda Coughran Estermae Geller Jeanine Dunn Phyllis Emmel Eleanor Lynn Fraley Barbara Gruenclemann Joan Hanson Mary Hicks Sonja Liggett Ann Macaluso Nancy Malaznik Sister Teresa Marie Kfffl1f"' Ethel McNeill Afll Sl121l:lyOOll, Food Service Manager SlSIfCI' Teresa Margaret Qllohcnyj ClC21I1E BFOWI1, Asst. F uymw d Servite Manager Juan Alvglfgz Ramon Albino Martin Escareno Hamilton Allen Anastacia Lopez Sebastian Andrade Antonio Lancleros Lawrence Berry Kathleen Kiralla Sergio Arias Tomas Navarro Martha Collins Alone Sloan X ,,- W 1 nw Q 1 use ..-J 5. l - 'tan 1 ing W a---......g 1U s . S ' 0 , , I . A - 0 A 1 D V A ' Q' U' v 325' H ' Y' Nav! ' Qu.. 'nt' X' A I -.6 9 JV A wiv-5' ..- 2 a5' I I 5 Q 1' . 1 p U! sf- , .--V Q' fa iff!! 2 Wx M -n-u-r Theology Reverend Patrick Kelly Sister Rose Cecilia Reverend Frank Ferrante Sister Joan,Chairmrm f -Q? Lip.. . .Il 5 .gf--N . ,' A .4 . 1 , If ' . x ':' A K ' 7 41 ' ' f - ,w I X . x 1 ,, f 1' Hiya' , f f f' 'fam "V if N. '1x"'ig., .Z I My 4 f .X .xuw 'a 1... tl' 'Q -uno' 'ty , u 0 . Q-'.-41 num. 'cn ". u-IU' .1 NH ug: O "1 ff.'.1'9n. 'noun Cl u,. 1 ., n 'o ,ff , n , c i "v, ffm. "opf5"'nl"""' 1' ' o,.'-'O.g,,flQ2f"O,..,nlaunU ,K , , ., ob-pn. l0p:,,f.'. Og... '..,,nn 'fiwj as ', 4. 11.0, lg - 1 A .J "-. 'gfpteigff-.,u"""' , 'N' f0.w:lQ'.fl,'- ngjonsasu- , '- 'a 9574.10 '.,'o 'f'l!-1,,- '- , ,, ', I' , g..,.A,l. 4-vig.: 41 .itll F ' -- "g','.'df4-gf. Mfgykz.. , 5 ,Q M'a'.p nl' fn ' ,I ', V, . Ap. K, g.-, ., , 4. . A-"fi-Q-252' 'fair S" , ,zzfzsffzw f 'f v -'u' Wo 'f G , ,- 0.1, noaonv' , ' Q ,.,'f.,l 'f,fi,'A nausgpqfqse 1 ' ' 4 Mir 'ef ' 'll0acamul""' , Q 1-4, 'L'-.sf if 1 rw , 4 0. g .1-fflis g.' xi K' .4'1'ff".' ' 'Q 'D ,O. 5 4 Lx ,tllapggrllgsviw 9 'at 4' " . 4' in-4.32-vw-',2k5,,,um . o , O Q 14 fa,j,xg,,,2,Qg',,M N005 'lla' 4 af.'Z"f'f':':' 0 o 1- 4 rin 'donaootouuvnvff Q , ,C 4 lg 'Jong V.,-. "Wir" 'U " Q '...0UK2glOlliM"' O.-0 46,0 O fig.. sight , . , 4. 3,0 4, , 0 ,gay uanauubqqw-ff 6.04 I Umquzz, A uaauugjonvw' lllll.'.11zq .Sgxausonhooun . , , ""'Il .Q "int-filannnaunnd' U C u ,D Y O D". Q." 'Inf t A-.iff . v ' 0 e' ' " ' 0 V Q H. Q- fd . e , . 0 Q +A 2' In 4 . ,: ' ,- .3'.'.fL-?5'f" . ' ' 1 . f, v 0' ' f Q n Daz.. 1 4, 4 af - , 1 v ,, p ' - . ,- n ' ,O ' -. 4 V. , . wa , , yn, - - '. '-af", ' U-1' 1. J.. V2-Q1-9 -A nn W '-Q 'Nou ' ' ' ' 7., JT' ne- , ..Vi.,,,, 4 Y 1 -..-'.'- , it M ' -,. in ,,.,,.f-1 '29 4 , X Q..' N..,..., Gila- frm- . K flrt Norman Schwab, Chai Leonard Esbensen James Murray Sister Jeanne Marie Pamela jablonsky Peter Sehellin Sister Francis Xavier ff X if , I, Y I' A . ' 4 M, TJ f ' S K '4'9!r , , s s - W M S ,f X M.,,. '-date S 'Y Home ECOIIOHIIUCS Louise Taylor SiStCI' P21lll2iI1f1C. Cl'1.iirm.in is f-"""""" - CI i rl! ,fl Psychology U Mrs. Mary Conley 2 A X Dr. Clinton McLemore 4-.5 NNN.: ,..L,s s J Sister Mary Frederick, Chairnniri 5' "-T- ,ri ,, .,1-:Vigil ' .. U Q l s ., 1- 1 . . , Na TE Q42 5' ' I.-Ji. i 1:2 1793, '-.nr-if lk A, Foreign Languages Sister Eloise Therese Mary Kristian Victoria Windler Maruxa Cargill Sister I-Iildegarcle Sister Eileen Dance Madilyn Clark Ronalee Brostcrman Sister Gerald Biological Rc .J Search ui '51 1 xml 3,,.'ff' 1 Mn ,V 1 ni 99 f 1.443 X Health Scfrvzte Colleen Hanson Alice Leitmeyer fi. -R. l.1'bI't1I"V Sister Catlierine Anit 21, Reference Sister Micliael Patrick Sister Cynthia Mary SiSfC1' Rose AgI1CS lljnhenyj Li.1isc,mn for Student Activities Lee Dooley, Secretary Sister Joanna qnohenyi Alice Hamilton, Catalog Assistant Mary Sedgwick Rebecca Daniel Sister Margaret 0 l . Sli li 3 'Q 4 cuscx nook ' H 'A' F' Xi tml. 4 -- - is Q. lab ll'- ,, If 55 E 1 fi, 'wi . S- '1 Sistcr Martha Mary 1 lioofextorc' Pamela Francis Carlota Estrada qD0hcny5 If K i 4 ali.. WU' 'I 1 1 A ,--4 ,,,f ' F - if ,sv Lt 1 '-Sli Switclzboara' Grace Jorgenson qDohenyJ Cathy Traub n1nuuus--- '- f uf 1' .,,.,,,, I College Press Sister AHTIC Marie, Director of Press Relations!Publications Sister Teresa Reginald Adams Julie I-Iladky ...... N K , W, ,, 2 , . L Sister Pancratius Communication Skills Mailroom Sheila Quarles Typing Service Kate Korman Elizabeth Ports qnohenyp Alumnae Ofjqce Sister Rose de Lima .-.'.-Q -- uftghfr v- ' -'e iwgaiiw-Tw I-fi VL 'X - If A K' "'.:Ei'- i , ' '.lm---'- ' . . fl 1' , 'tm . ,i at , Residence Hall Sister Rose Adrian, Director Sister Marianne qDOhenyJ Catherine Doerhoefer Frances Crum xw, ,fXI.11'11re114111ce Lynn Kcphart, Supmfi Bernardo Arvayo h4artU1 BLdlh1gCF Richard BulHnger Salvador Castillo 1 v -iw V ff Q. vii! '1111 'ZX y I '17 II' ,A Housecleazlilzfg Sister Mariana, SUPCYVISOI' Ada Cole Susie Rodriguez Dora Jovanovie Eiisa Benezra QDohcnyQ Cristina Carcedo Socorro Limon qD0henyp Manueia Guangoreria QDohenyj Celia Zambrano 'L ff? f 'X ' Ki' 7 I Q . QQ 6 r-'cog J XO 0 H4 Oo Xo- ,P P 3 00 pq -9 0 ,j.. 9. 4 - .4 as opt? Q? off Chalon ampus I 29- -Q 0 . S. - ogogm o .' - O00 ,ooo , 089 0 O ,G oo 5 , . 'N o 1 A O 090 O Op 04, 3, 4 N ' 0 'Th 302 Q ' 05:2 4 Qosf ND Qfifffai 5 65x SBD D ooo ' , x o O ' -4 s o Q 0 x N GJ gg 0 Q Q00 ' ' O Q oo .'.' Q09 p Oo goo 05 Q A ' 0 2 9 00 b 'go . .Q 'QQ U 0 If " bb fb J D 0 083: QQ 0 ao' 4 ff Gif iv f f 00 oe .- of QQ , -f ' f 1,5 bog + .bg . , 65 - , J EDA ZSQ Y 000500 x 9:0 ' ' ' ' Da ' 56 -I ' vb aQg Q00 oggd O me 00 : 4 . Q, 20, '. C 5 me 0 0019 do 47 vafgkp 0339 -- , O op 0 Q Q0 0 gpg E, ob 0 1. o 9 , Wwe' oo 8 go 0 oe? .A oo ' 1 ' O 0 o 8 :coo Q50 0 95200 0 B300 9 0 H 'T' ' Oo moeq V19 OQJD yo Q0 O 0 ogg " v 01.3 - 5 Jo 8 0 be 00 3 000800 K9 0 9 gif g o 93 1 Q Q. UQ 0 0 2 A Dogg go o so 0 :B S aaa od 'BAZUQ 6000 Qi O9 9 ? 0 0 Z no Q 9 o 0 8 O 8 an gg 20009 gl , om Q0 O aio 09235 9' 93493 o 1.'-Jo ' g 2 Q oo 000630 o 006132 O in o ' o Q on Oo 6390 ooo oo 0 'Sofia' 5309 92,2 2 f' 0 55 125532 O ca W Q Q Q00 0?iO C o 0 , a SD 090 W ag SEQ as 067 gm ii 6 on 00 DQ R Q0 Q0 e ' 0353 o o Od 0 oo' big W 0 So 0 0 Q Q oo 00 io Q 0 0 ',- o o 0 0, Q 'woo X. of 0 Doi? W P cm' 0 'Q' asf -1, no Z , cfs Oo 32 DS I S Dig op. 0 Q Q50 W ,, JA ,004 og? ' Q' Oo ' 0' ' W 3oPD og 0' o t 03 QQ: , go, ' ' SQ ' D 00 0 09 Y 90001 N ' 80 ' 9 1. " 0 o Qc P O Q as ., o I 1'Qg't 000 9 ui oo ' 02,209 ' W .X 'BQ 903' ep D 00 N : ' ',' . . , 0 's lr 5 tix oo X 5 f -J J gg 1 i 000 ao go 0 fl ' I 2020 l P tda o 1 . 6 I 8 f no 4 .' as 1 U A 5 ' X f as acl- 7 ',,,,,.,,g,..,,,1 :N 5'l'L7DI5N'1' COI'l:'RNM1iN'l' julie Atkinson, President Judy Fitzpatrick, Vice-President Liza Pighin, Secretary-Treasurer Mieliele Robinson. Secretary-Treasurer .lCi1DIf1lIIC-CLYL'I'l IRAL Carolyn Bailey Maureen Cleary SOCIAL-RECREH1 TIOIVH L Mary Barieh Lydia Gimenez COilI1lIUNIC.-l TIONS Linda Hescli Barbara Stout CHRISTIAN :ICTIVITIES Anamaria Bustamante Joann McDonnell SERVICE Debbie Coulapicles Theresa Lewis ASB FITS' 'U lI um, , ,.. 'Dy 'V ,v .,, Q, le 5 x 'S 1 ,H ig? I 7 ef r ,WE ,f--M, ' ir np. 3 ,l 6 H A 1 5 . ag, E Resident Officers ,IOdi6 GiCSlC1', President Susie Durando, Vice-President Patti PiCpH16y61', Secretary-Treasurer Social Ciizairmeiz Brenda Boland Jane Fraser Sister Rose Adrian, Moderator A ff x,,,Wi, XX' -A 'x 1 4' AS. 'GQ .ha 8 Resident Assistants Sophomore Class Regina Sacco Tracy Mankeymmirmn Carol Neel Beverly Sandobal, m-Clmrmn Judy Usher lr ga Q""V 3? X A 1 ftlxrrg' li 'gb X fu. - 5 1. ,J gf' J A J ' ,ZAVI fx 3 . Freshman Representatives 7'2" 9 I 1 . I ,. 1. ' , , fy ffd . I-Ionorinda Bieber Mary Beth Maggio Terry Clark Trish Mercaio Day Student Representative - I 1' Mary Dorgan Demse Mora es Judy Schaffer X., Q . Michelle Galichon Katie Pugel Y 5.4. .S fl N ll, .-I X-,,. - i avr' . I QV? H 2-df' sk .w :AX wi -s We 'PWA xnxx ff 7 .tx P 1 1' -3 K .Q '11, 4, lqiagr , 4' as A fflllil if lfh, Always gracious and efficient, the members of Pi Theta Mu serve the Mount as official hostesses for special college functions. Whether Welcoming guests, leading tours, usherinfg at concerts, or serving luncheons, these energetic Sophomores o fer visitors a very special brand of warmth and hospitality. . PI THET Pi Theta M14 P3.t1'lCi3. lVlllll6I', Presidex t AHHC lVl9,I'tiHi, Vice-Preside t BCiCl'l Secretary-Trea Carolyn Bailey Cathy Callahan Terry Clark Maureen Cleary Suzanne Cote Debbie Coulapides Arlene Dominguez Linda Drop Lisa Duncan Trudy Forbes Sharon-Marie Godel Chris Jones Pam Kennedy Theresa Lewis Tracy Mankey Susan Owaki Liza Pighin Patti Pine Deneca Powert Michele Robinson julie Ruesenberg Barbara Stout Beverly Sandobal Gail Anthony Carrie Philpot Marsha Sato Donna Richardson Carmelita Lara Debbie Pavetti ,L ,S 4 X fn. 4 fo- P- un- -, .,...muuooU' I oun St aryfs ollege was founded IH October 1925 by the Slsters of St oseph of Carondelet at the request of B1Sl1OPJOl1l'l J Cantwell The young college rece1ved 25 women 1nto the freshman class that September On October 1925 the State formally accepted the Charter of the College Classes were conducted at St Mary s Academy ln Los Angeles before a permanent campus was establlshed In 1927 the college purchased 36 acres ln the Brentwood I-hlls The groundbreaklng and f1rst commencement exerc1se of June 16 1929 The students and faculty d1d not off1c1ally move 1nto the new campus untll Apr1l of 1931 after the completlon of Brady Hall In 1974 Brady Hall IS no longer the lone buxldlng on the hxlltop Slnce 1931 the Chalon Campus has grown conslder ably the latest add1t1on bemg the beautlful Jose Drudls Blada Art Bulldlng Q ' 9 7 , . the college were conducted on the new hilltop site on , . 7 9 7 FOUNDER'S DAY CELEBRATION OF GCTOBER IZ 1925 4 Y! 1 5 qv: V "5-' 9 .o n ...i 5 11 I w 'Ll Wu I ,.. -. , ,, . I e'5 lt" I .a--1. ,- .'L-- - -1, '- 'S-""1,'.x,, ,' '. , ebffti- f. 7 , , - , I 1 .. 2 . ,Q1fL'r:-:fl ',, N,-,, Q- -,-, J, , ,. uv-"'.',f-"J -,.'-f'.f . , .rj-wypffif .-f-' '.'.1' 1"Sg "r-S- ,-- M -"".--',-' 'I 'FQ , ' "-.N-s- 4' -1' -. 4-'ff ."i-'3-1f-'.-'- f' S'f . . . f""'1n:4 . Y is , Q. .,, 1-. -.- W1 "V, 6324, ik Q i Q.. Z .11 ,. v,,.,A V , ' X Q" by .-f x , f lqffl aw.-1 X 'W . NP , 4- 1 1' wx. 1,4 J 4' l , W if-, if fx, W. Ni l ,Ji- ,Qm 111 .Q-., x wx I. ,- N'- '61 FIRE SCARS CAMPUS Y' 'Que mr . .-Q-, if The Tidings-November 18, 1961 Mount St. Mary,s College suffered nearly a million dollars damage in the devastating Bel-Air fire last Monday. Two buildings were entirely destroyed, and the upper floor of one House of Studies wing was gutted by the blaze. The college narrowly escaped complete destruc- tion. The students were evacuated at 11 a.m. and most of the faculty by noon. The last of the Sisters left an hour later. By that time, about 1 p.m., the hill- top campus was ablaze. Firemen also were preparing to evacuate the Mount because, after the swimming pool was emptied, they had no more water. The heavy use of water at lower levels, in fighting the fire and wetting down roofs, drained the hilltop mains. The college was saved by the providential arri- val of a number of large water trucks from a near- by San Die o Freeway construction project. The trucks shuttfed up and down the hill until the fire was controlled. The tankers were dispatched by Gordon Bowden, project manager for the Guy F. Atkinson Co., and guided up the flame-lined roads by Gordon Camp- bell, a non-Catholic neighbor of Mount St. Mary's. l. .rn I' J .. ' ,Q W J , r I --Jn vu . A ' if-f2r'r4 v Q-:ff 055. , ' K. 9 - A' ' - F s v li -ilk.. V, 5. 'X.... 'mag' to ' s 4 :' , . si 1 -Q P "' . Q. O .. . , y ? IN Q 'I QA, E W Q v K s r v 1 I I I , A Z fi .q," L.. S... fIr"" W ,W lf' li 4? X 5, gr: , 5... . F 1. xi J, ,,, .. '6 'asv gk. l 3-F' l B ,pb ig? rv. .HI 'Q A 1 4 3,-Q fe 09" 0 If '4 'LSI' I N ann mn In Q M0 Q no ' 'flllfn "'fo'o'fon 1 fp 'u N015 '-'li "U Mb Q l,gJq!4'I . . ,a. Q JN. Q? C w I' 1 ,. .. 1 Q n 'ar '9'lj. 45 ,.a-. 1 Q "Sq, Q. I I J'.,', 1 1- 1" 1 gi u . I I 1 30' I 2 fi' '-its ' Qu , ,NV .. .wfgl-W-'Q Q' f W ' , -g.m,x:: K . , Q X H ' v N, 'YSL 'iff f' xl: I 0' ' ---' FAS f.1"2 Ulf :uw "' . ' -- ' " --.5 Q 'X Y'l I I I H l I I V 5 1 ' 4 9' 1 P 'I N1 N' l NK ,X x ' y sh I s -A f 3 Q55 ff 4-51 ,1- O 'WB- 'K-'ifiiiivg 3' X 'Wk x 5 , . Q f Q . , , x , I W, ., 2 .R 4. ' X. , X. x W. 'fl .Nw 529' 4' 1 4 1v.- v Af.. f 7 ':W,1.: +- IKAQ' Q ' 5 , Y 5 , . 1 . 4' , Wu., 15 huh., .+. ,l n Y 'QQ -4 M1 vl ' sr A A i gm' ' Jai- - -Q xi--.av-"' , J -493 T .nv ...- 4,3 ,,. 0 - , . A , 1.3 fwf- v-1, W, I'1 gi' 4 " .1 ri- - .1,. , If ""Qw Fr'-1 'gy U a v! B . .- 2 4- N' 'ff Jan 1 f. 33" vu f f Q".-' M511 " , '1 ' A ' 4 uf, Q JJ , is - av J S 11, J I 15,16 M W 1 Q9 ., j n 1 r ,r ,P .. V , YT. . ' 'V .-f fnj ,, . ,uf.,'19J1QF.-fii"?T D f L, ,lvl ," f .1 7, 4 ,, , . v wr, . 1 -5 ' fr- -nb u f 2-I ' - ,, '-.. r J .gf ,-. .' J . ., ,af Q e it -4 5 .off ' ' ,- QF, N Q . W I 5 ,yu W F?f'u' '79 I, we - . QT , ,I ' ' .1-1 ' ,Aw 'xii'-ix Q, A .. 7 t 1 , 4 r 1 x Q. 'x I I W X A 'fn' H . N., 519 e' A 1 32351 ,a f Q y -:Mi z-,h 4 . '. .. 4' Y.. -' -' "ivy -i ffl' 1 4 5. 'S 'X If ' lv.. 16+ QW, , V F . . Q ' 4 3-fav! if 1. . hx 5 ....L.....-, ..-.-has-.- -. -- ,........... ,,.. ......- -Q.. .4-f-- .-.-...-......-.-....,... mmvwmewaufnqx lwvzw- 'Q L -diva if " ylf' V J We 1 'Q' V I if Q Ili! 'I Q i if ur in , f UU.-,,"'i Q, "ar 4f,! ' 5 :Vu V - ,rx W7 Xyfxx Y' 1 xi . , 'X .fi Us i 4 5 ' . " vox- vxnnunrhv-.. AML 1. L 'C I ..,, ...... 5 -an-pm-'nba l N f I l I 1 A I I ,ii 5 w. in Q Q V faxxr Q.. X ,Q g' 46 'iff'-.,x JIU", fe 1,,. I 092 J,",?' ij V' ,fri 14.25.3141 K If ffffi iii I ' 'X D 7.. x xx . U E" iv: K ,I . w 'rn Q I. 1 5 'A 3. J-010:51 ,. , "L, it-.1 kg """"""', X, X K "-R Xb. 1 A V ,1x,,.,. , Q 1 JA v"fl'Qw'9' S Bei' iw ,N ,N 39 ,.,.,g,,w,W.., A.x.,. 3 ":--" "Ib '- .0-4...'uf.u Y .- 3 .K X ' . -gm, ex M ? f- V-x 'X i x i""v-Q.. I.. 1 a wqmgln unllmlted. . . 4.3. 4' 1 , 4: fi ,H 'I x .af 71 1' 'Z S .4 -1 X Q LSI L I M .rg Q 3 4,34-. A , - 1' ' . 'N O X V l, iF ff? ,fs 'Q-., M wr' K. 'Q ,Q-w. lilies'-an X ' 1 5 5 Q? gp 8.9 if 'Q af A 5 i J 5 1 J N , 5 2 1 0 113- 'ZY5 ,- -, -- . xml" gals.. mkrfir I .A ,I ,sw pw. sf"" xml' PQ Yo ,I K 'nv f N '-0 QQ: Q-I rs r Q., , ,'3?,g75iY'-ff 55.1. 1.51-r-gi Ziff' ' 4' I ft? ' ,C - 'w W., f ,Q-if 6' arf Sf ' if sf' W . -fin' Y, g ,D 13,54 -.. .-4- IC "v"'Y' as W In w .Q 41 4, 0 . 'WIN' Q, -Ni D D D lj' v N 5 f I I 5' 'f 5 W , J, . 5 Q s if ,, f' 4 J- x ,I 21459 ff - ssazs 1 3551. sf X M-2,-W M1 I E-5 .fir .f-" -.af 24551 qi r Tennis Team Sharon will Susie Lennon Theresa Lewis Mary jo Higson Bonnie McCloskey Stephanie Oliver Linda Smith Michele Gahchon Sue Ostrowski .38 3.12. A .,- UA -Y' .- "'-::'.:',57-'E '-, ,.- --1 -595 , ,ff E: 'Y .-N Ei' hr 2,35 iinlllq 'Q ----.. :acer S -fm ,.,'L...n, 0 ern ,,4 v fil ,,, 'fm if 1.13 1 ff'hee The 131111111111 Sorority Heather Bagnell - Hlsruee Theresa Lewis - "Bl5.1be" - "B0pps" -111116 PCITY -"Bu1mi" Lisa Bondietti - '-BCI-rm" Joan Donatelli - "Bet Lu" Beryl Cotman - "Bird" Carol - "Bubbles" Nancy I-Iames - '-lawns" Pam Merriam - A-Bow Bmw' 'S 15.113 Stephanie Oliver -"Bulge" Chiquita Banana, Advisor I af :Q.AM ,xx u KP! E l' if REGENT N' TRUS, EE Proflles... A .am Regel 1 fs Mr. Richard T. Aldworth Mrs. Richard W. Bland Mrs. Sybil Brand The Honorable Marvin Braude Mr. John L. Cecil Mr. Alexander T. Chohon Mr. William Dozier Mr. jimmy Durante Mr. Daniel Gayton Mrs. William Goodwin Mrs. Lola McAlpin Grant Mr. David C. Grimes Mr. Jack Grigsby Mrs. John F. Halff Mr. J. W. Hawekotte Mrs. Hugh johnson Mrs. Margaret Keller Mr. W. Kennedy, Jr. Mr. Robert O. Klein Mrs. Sharon Fay Koch Mr. Philip Koen Mr. james F. Le Sage Mrs. james F. Le Sage Dr. Robert J. McMahon Mrs. Lawrence O. Mackel Dr. Frank R. Moothart Mr. Roger C. Olson Mrs. George Ponty Mr. John C. Rowe Mr. Richard F. Schmid Dr. Foster H. Sherwood Mr. William G. Simon Mr. Edward J. Spillane Mrs. Edward J. Spillane Mr. Morgan P. Underwood Mrs. H. J. Van de Kamp Mr. C. J. Ver Halen Trustees Sister Grace Ann Loperena Sister Anita joseph Aragon Sister Mary Anne Bahner Sister Cecilia Louise Moore Mr. james F. Le Sage Dr. Frank R. Moothart Sister Mary Brigid Fitzpatrick Dr. Foster H. Sherwood Monsignor james D. O'Reilly --1 W-wean -J in W' fx 5 'Wi QW , fl ' , .,,,.. -amnesia: . " 41 N 'fu in .av-1 4250 :HE IX 1' fi X . 'S M 'lf 4 .N r 4,2 f.2J"? f fir 'lu-P' - --Q ' yy 4 f V gm 0, 7? L liz ' g 1 . .ji 4 YY 14" vga, M' 1 5 ' 1..,g::x5,g I 4 , 4 Q .. C ' 112 , 1 cy 1 'V Y WF MJ' e 1, ,ff Y , ta r-z' Hunan f . X fi . X ,f -x V XX Y , , f Q j 1 1 F x .tx , x . A ' la A if 1 M -fm- .'f1 ' Y L. 'W' HUP' KIX zu. 'X 45 -V -M' "' as ,N J 4 92, x .31 f iigsfv H' X '54 I Q-4, 33' E . 322 ?'.' ,mr I . .Q I .lb V2 -t mg! ,. ' --?",v . it ..,W 4 ,3 E2 .pa . .-JL. . ,FX ,is ,ya if ZQ I N f N. -s. e dv. 5. I O A I in fi. . 5: s- ..,-,, ww-M1 ' ff' S Y SN. Y. 1 L' IN 9 1 4 3 5 3, fir fs' , ,J Q I Q I 4 S- 1? 14' ' A X , if W' , is f ' z 3 N ' ' .L ,. ' Q ,ii ll gh - . 6 , 5 ' hs E Y, ' ZX 3.--""" 'wdiwi 'T' fwfr MQ' -ad. M1 Sy,-far 'mx V V --N3 H s P .ix 'Q , M W5 5 fvigfaqia v ' W W M mann A :V 5: 9' an . ,, IA 35:2 1 - ty L . . g m' Z, A ,V A f2,3'1 A, Ll! 4 I , ., lllnv I Q 5 Q , 5 . fp- 3 if -, ,, gf , 5: I f Es , f Q ,di I Q . as a K , , N : dw E L I f I I N4 R ff 'Q c, 5 Q ,r wx. f 3 I 4 ,.., , V ' ' fi" fx .5 W f .V . x v M M NM If 5 A- ,A if., . W L . . 5. , A A. A gy V! , 9' ix f' x fi 1 'ff-gm? V ,. - -iff' f 'yn ' , '2v"bg,15L Q 'L ' A ip ,i d x .49 ,N - -,.Q,..,f -f-' eg N Y 3 -.fv A- - f fa, -X ,ff JP i 1 :JI 1 . L 1 r 4' Q. hu' f X fin an i fi H1-1a:K,,, .12-T I .S f MP. . 7 41' Q 5 ma Q. K qafkvw w .1 v '? N" A Q 5 . . 11' ' ,ag 4. .L br I 'qs I IFE in memoriam Nancy Stewart Manning, class of '58, Adminis- trative Assistant to the Dean for Student Develop- ment died January 18, 1975. A loving wife, de- voted mother, loyal alumna, kind counselor and faithful friend, Nancy lived well, laughed often, and loved much. With her genuine concern and deep faith she looked for the best in others and gave the best she had. Happy and enthusiastic: in working for and in her alma mater, she left us better than -she found us. Dohen ampus J 5 1 d l. a Q I4 I 'Q -s 11' ,1 5 1,0 Q V W f O". rf'- 59 I ph 1 'Q 'E . Q v 'r 1+ 'lf N L L- -fl, F' . q r .12 Cx ' , . .. . .1 I - I Y X i n KOA 1 x ' Q . ., 8 'N xx 4' ' ' I 4" x U. .X L- lb lx X 1 I I. 'frx - I P -1. X , r N - V 1- ' '. 1'-t " 1" '5s X,x. 'K' Nfl fi x ' o. N ,P . .. E, ' ,, . .xxx XX ,G N vfh "' Xi Ax:- -. L X .Jr N , , Q" ' 4 4'- Qx"',' x .Xl Q'1l,. NX ' J xx 4. l x 5 -xlllv '. K uh., -xv' . . X .NL-,H L' H J T , Q. 3. X, 1 lm 'l ld 4 'G Q 'rxqsi -' . kk , I .Q A, .vf q' ' A ., I. . v ' n :P - -. , , 1 :J ML , 7 F - i U ' 1 n if ff- 3 , f tif Q ' 'x 1' 4 Uhr' ,' T " " "' 'L""-J-1 lx A tax K ' -Q n 5-J' U ' jr". A 7: . "' M4 ' ' ' 'is' 5 ' X uv" I F N4r- fi' 'Q 'R ' XP K- P ff, 1 'JN K x Q , lj v A N-.EL I 1 35? 4 I yxq,' -C! A ,.x . l Q , 'Ay uk N 'K 2- , im, ff 7" E N l - f. 3,0 -I it-' 'A N ' h .. K 14,5 ,,, . F X.. ., .-. .-' px- 'L ,J 4 -K v + rglki-,- n,v?J!fM,gk ,A . ' ' I 1 V ' ' w .' E u A 'Y' 4 . , 'W , 'rf ' 1- x K 4 N xl ,I pil N xg xy' n sk' ,Xt x " if ' Q CV., 'L .1 ,J N il 1 5 X J at x Ahb. I , , 'I .1 9 5 r ! 4 mv .A -'V W.. ,Y 2 f i ' 6 " - V. . .N -' h' - ' rg Q! K, ,ix x iid rl ' E X ' I I ' ' ' 4' 75 3 A , - N TXXRN rg- -:Q ' "wg Ut if '4 , f.. 11, , x N. . . .- -..q,, , ."' .Xtf -4 ' I .sip s H .I 1 Q risk . i ' I SLHQJ' T 8 -F . . - .A fu ' r ' . A ,. rw X . "' , '-L 0 I 5 . A L H X 4' an W 'J-J f 'I' J '. , Q t-'I fu-1 5 "e'Qv'x'fk ' f XuA:L,. -x G ,A -ml. '1 X A ' sing' FFA' ' .4 I 1,479 w 4. xflffx s X x xl rx 1 1 "" ' K i .- . 'Sl JA ii' A . if' ., 'Q P' l"-fn' ' N J , ff ' 1 Xu. .L --- Q, .-QL. f-wi .T , 4-E. ...J N'-" Y ,, ,.. , ...q - - 'NG-Qi. ll Q-- - 5 beginnings - .mw- . . . :K 4 L ' ,1.. if mu' I . 115 " -1123. 2 521111 zu... 3. ' ' ' v -W.-,fmx gt ' 1 A 4 fx .. 2 - if' "". -X .. - - 5 "7?7'2'f 1133" 'H ' .1 Vg. "h'1ux-Qaggiiiii -uiiiiaki .Era ,' fl'-XIX n-'.:r:X'k"'s 1 1 Q 4,1 135151 111' M -' 1 5- nuuz. A. mm. 'fpfvkq wa .-' rf:. 1' fv.::::: -f.: 1 I a' nmtitti. I Train. f IW NN :Nr .. 'El I . I 'i:.aEi 11 ?..-EEE5iEEEEEEEEEEEE 57 5 -1111111111111v-'- -W1111'-RT-11 " dx-M Qs miiiii' 555iFEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE: .ff I 5 " ""--'::--':- -::.--:-::::-----an .. 1 ' "..T...I2?' J w-- I i F , iLn"'IHF5l'j:"'?5A"fi"4 5 gui Al,-.la n xi 'fi-f'PL:-i4l'P' ?':'Jf.'-7'-Z-.-ff...11-1-r .-: 35.5.-'gf-.L..g.-...-.'EJ4.'-, ': E 4 ixlir---I -5.-'-if-.'.25:-:-: , ' "" -- 'J' " M'-1'-'f'f'lll-:ill -ll: Ill'-"f fl: f - 1:4 2- ' vga? x ulluulxlgl 'I J. 1 lmllgl 9' 1' . 1- "fri -v ' ,. . . asv-- f?1Q.'14g:::1f:f.1ga,. 1 ,- 232 Q ' f'6E'i?,-JH.-.'L31lg4Q' , Az, lf .-.L 3-fiifl.-1 - .-g. 'iffi-51 7'3" 1' -4i'x14'v4.wf' ' :':2 ,' 2 -. 1 E' 1' E22 f' i , jp.: 1 ,mf 1 I D. U 1, Qt' 24, I 1 ' 15- ".,.g'f' 'r:c1!. VM , . , 1: 11 : -Y -I - 1 51 - 1! , . -I-YW. H' I vl:NAW,?,- -I I W- Y . K, . 1 " "Qi-1,-' -3-' W- Q77' '.f,,T,. - - 1 i J ia, -.,-1 Ti f 1 ' ' M 1 1'--L- . lf- ,,v 'Lg " "1 -ffffi. ' 327. ..i,f2"1: '4 ,- ' 1 A In - , L2 .. fi , , , .fanny , ffflfmpn 'ffua fflff ,YAQA-4 Xfidsfldgefag DOHENY CAMPU 5 5 sg ' ff-"A Ilif. 9 if ,Z .- xl X I 515' . ,- ..:f7r.Q,. ..fa.f:,. f' y nv -. I Esfff -..i".,.,.-f"' ai p 1 ,, in An island of quiet elegance and natural beauty within the urban chaos of Los Angeles, the Doheny Campus retains the natural serenity protected and developed by its originators a century ago. When Nathan Vail, a wealthy clipper ship owner from New Jersey, settled in Los Angeles in 1876, he purchased a 15 to 20 acre site in the area which now comprises the Mount's Doheny Campus. Cap- tivated by the pepper tree orchards which graced his land, he named the estate "Los Pimentosf, Vail and his wife lived at "Los Pimentos" until 1885 when they sold the acreage to Judge Charles Silent. A zealous civic leader and promoter of urban beautification in Los Angeles, judge Silent devel- oped the Vail estate into an "exclusive residential park." He named it "Chester Place" in memory of his son, Chester, who had died as a young man. As Los Angeles left its sleepy pueblo days be- hind, becoming an important urban center in southern California, it attracted numerous land developers and oil men to establish businesses and build homes within its limits. Architects and designers from the East appeared on the scene to design homes to match the ex- travagant tastes of their owners. The homes built on Chester Place typify this lavish architecture, particularly the Doheny Man- sion. Constructed originally for Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Posey, who purchased Judge Silent's property in 1899, this Gothic-Renaissance mansion stands to- day as a landmark of beauty and history. It is the best preserved and grandest home remaining on the Doheny Campus. Purchased by Edward and Estelle Doheny in 1908, the mansion was carefully decorated and maintained in the succeeding years. For the nearly sixty years in which Estelle Doheny lived and worked in the grand house, the home was a center for the generous, philanthropic activities of Mrs. Doheny. Honored as a Papal Countess in 1947, and a "Times Woman of the Year" in 1954, Estelle Doheny gave much to both the city and archdiocese of Los Angeles. Her generosity in- directly enabled the Mount to acquire Doheny since she willed her estate to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, before her death in 1958. 1 , F... I P 'Y' Y- 'gs 7 'll 901 L! .1 , 3' I 4 Sn' Ji N -.xr ' 7 -ix X, xl X 'v Y FFA Yu ' 1 .V . V! 4 ':' 1 V -L.. QQl'5l vv '--"Wh , -,. f , - e'+"v . " 4 - r ,155 ly P Guy! fi . sp., ,. I V, 'v-AfI,.4, 7 ls .'gN ,Wk I' cg ' exif 'Fifi 'xl' xlf V 'yf Q I if X r g K, xl-fig 1 X jx rr' s,. - vg F U :F 114 -' fy X- , -jj rr Y 'x X ae LTAS 4 N W' ,Q 'qw Delta Service Or uznizizfiozz fs This or anization was established to rovide service for events held g P . . on Doheny Campus. Delta members act as the official hostesses for such social events as: receptions, open house tours, luncheons, programs, and the like. Each year at the Laurel Day assembly, Delta members honor one among them as Delta of the Year for her outstanding contribution to Doheny Campus as a member of this organization. 4 Q46 u-"IQ-34 .ip-' iff, Deltas 1974-19 75 Denise Aquilante Lori-Ann Badurek Suzanne Bowen Herlinda Bradley Arlene Bruner Chris Caballero Karen Galasso Wanda Harris Yolanda Harris Sarife Hernandez Pamela Hyder Cheryl johnson Debbie johnson Q: - H? x 4:- ' 9.1 S'-'M N . , W. .," r . , - if f I ,. gi. ,lib V' V " . W A, 1 Sister Dorothy Mary Mndoarm Cathy Kennard Cecilia Marquez Kathie McCoy RutheMorgan Tricia Morgan Gerri Patterson Elva Ramos Anabel Robles Sandra Salahub Monina Soriano Lupie Tovar Belinda Trevino Teri Venditto 3 Duliwi-V Stmicizrs Il'l1o I l,m1c1'e'r'xf11'p ,-ii1u11'c1's 1974 f Silvia Dcigadilio Sylvia Diaz Una Fcciicy Ircnc Ficrro Cecilia Marquez Rutiic Morgan Auabci Robics Rosziiinda Rodriqucz Monika Tiiimami Lupic Tovar Maria Vaidivia Marcia Viilaquiran Sister Joseph Ade1c,M d r w. T K ,QA y ' x L L ' 6 W i -,y, 5 2 'A s 'Q - 2 i , .. ,, ,.,,,,,,,, ii .N .,,,,,v,, HMM 'G W - M. --fl , , jf N J M QS QU -S - ---1 V i Q-X. 41:1 H'-2' X I Q-Jr.. -- , -5-W ' , , A -1 A - - Y? .. I 5 ,- 3 .. og,0?4v ,., -, . . N. G ix 2' i Y rr' 'F""' ..,,,,--,Q i , -1-an , ' - "-asf. 21... 95,1 Y x yi 1 A I 3 S59-SIMS 'fa '- mv I Wifi? ,Ls JH.: 'X vig' -Q, W-NN W-mmhmw K -w 6"""'-- VY '1 ., ,f w ff ' f , V Q35 Q ' 4- w. 5" I c I Q . v K f I A vm ,' I W i , il Pg' HA -if fi 4 wi, fi X , in fn: ,, le , 41 1,1 ' if.. t,4' 1 da .f5 H gf ff 9' 2 W 9 Q'rw., K!" 1 f 'A 2 ,ik l,T. 2q,Q",V,"zz ar 1 A F g 4 9 I fl' 19.51 i 1 iwnwk ffgg 2 'az ,Wifi Q Rum' W1 0 AN W f 4 5,4 f-'H 1 4 . 415 Z , 1,5 'F -fe--1 sf-,fvfi -gc. ...-v K 4- -. X f. ' .1 X ??f+ gb. i s 5, und' in. U' -QQ V 'P 42 ., N ' fs, ' ,N .vlgi ' . Q. x .f"'R, ' If r E v X s' 'Lf ' . ' . .xy 1.4.1 Qin. " Q? 11 wiv - SX- f'k'5' ,. Y 1' N '. ff' N. fx "A',1fff, "3--g fs? lx sr 1. If-Q., v ' 2 r 3' vluq V-M. ' 11 fun. ji f v X S , , . .r-4' ..-' Q 1 4. 5. I I I Q! 4 4. ' 1 its' Q N 1 IH: ' ' '-3 Hifi :wg . . L L A' . ki 'rg 'L' a., 4 1' . I ' .1 YN x - 'A' P-E'l ' -Q-, .4 u .ff K, ,. tm'- .m,,v . tk s Q R 1 idx , lg. N .Lf xy, --1 , .na R ,-vb, 'W 1' 'W P. 4' M '9 N .Ii u ,fa v 'rx' , 3, ,f--" ., f ,345-,J, .4 r r ' '. fha luv- ' iii up 3 15-9 9 -15 ,Q . .4 1 " , ., f 7? Q., 9 " 1 1 Z.. A vo .H V . fv.. .' ,fit V - , ' V, :R - j i , 1' 3? as ' .'. Q . J""" .iilizfif-ff- " " A ' ' ' ' 'Q' f sg A vy. 4513 ,-,.. ,' 4 .ay I h'iA .. '-, . Lh,yf- A-. . 1 ' 1 q- V1-y V X - -f -f Q -. . - -, V ' 1'-' ri?-.5'1', ' ' .! 'fax 5 9 -1 0 , .N . . , ,. ,awed , ia.. psf '.' O . . IFJ: -' 1 ' X s U 0 ' s.u ".QN .'.s'o, . -'.:.n'.O u o.'. ' , i., h 'I 5 Q . Q. ,.,., ' ' ..,.s.. ' -',' n tl I 5 - . . , . 1 n I I . L. ali, ' .I O A " X b.-"4 A :K ,r . .la.,s,:, My .' Q, . . - -. 0 o Q'-1 . ' . t.,,4.1 , - , ' 0.5, Q 0- .rn i 'V s Q - '.'cp.lf."24j-rf.: , V: . Q Qmiifi ' un 4. u, ' Q 3 I 12 I U "H "v'-.N 'U ', '. , S' 'le' y'q..l 'Q ' j .jiaxrgo fl fn. Q Q QL -1 .V 5 .A Y , .f 1,gv'w -is 13 v -, E 5 .Q -' , , gk' 1 S X Y h ' . 11 U ,g I Q- K 1 5 F ,ow I 1 we ff' 1 ,Q -. M fur - V no 'fx 1 ff f' n , 1 3 ' ry N, 1, Q, xc 'Q v ivy ' A Az 3' -. . X . x? Q lf .Y',m, - YQ :dw , 4 .N inn-J ,. ' 1 D l Qi ma ,sv "'W"lmf1 1 . ! ' if 7, L 'X 5 . 5' 1 4 fi x , 1 n A w I -i V155 H ll gs ' R ag.. X... pr... V 4 X ' g"'l., ,aw ' I 9530- TFQNKY' x 1 Q 'ko ' Av ' .."'.' 1 xxx. Y :Av A 'J - Al' A A '.l3'h Q f tx lv 3 4 , - F ' f :rt ffm .fum 4, I - ' ks v., , wx .1 .iv I, -. --1 x . . I : . ,,, A ' Q I' w' Lx -N .' .X ' 4 f ,Q - 4 5 my ,I '34i,,':.x .4 . QV!-:.'l .ms x .xxzisxwa 1 ar" +- ' 1' ' wx 's.k"' 1' 'S K ' i - ,.'1 'f.'a H it G. . ., . . I- .. 3 '+v9"5,,., .ia ..-X, ., ' await." X . . ui..- Mani, Q 'Q "FWF 'Oi "'.'.?"L K. xx . 1991 A .'P- , '3- 9 X- -1. v 5 N S I C 1 ' 0 ' 5 f. +6 S' 'N YO wi 5, 4i'Fi",,l. I ', wi-, 'J A' 0,5 ' .FQ V. 'S "lv ' 'Q NI! N ff fx J f K, 1 I ' s A. U . 1 I 4 C ,g,,,,4,, . , l a .guru-Q-fa-rw , ' 3 WWW'-R-f 1 . P A A 1, n . :" . Q-1. . - w flaw,-2, L, ,-1.--1 .i"'fL M . - ' , if '- ,Lf 5' 11' . -1 A 8?ir'.lMk"1-9saesn:,...-lwn-,,. - 4- -., ,,,., .. I W, .., Y.- k , .. . Y Ji, u g...'1g,.v'H1 A I .Sm-V viz- -.1,Q,..v.. 1 J.-, :4,f,,k . ,Ninn A , ' ,k,,,L5A,gg if-15,ivg,gY - ggi ,ly 5f9p'gg5,'F!.A, ' , A -man... ,, 5 rg -,,.4 , U .-', "' ..,,,, - , .-'Ja " , , lf, 1:Jg, '.'9""f1.,f,,-,, Q - .,..'4r? . fi , jug. '-' 'Y' .-: -,-1,-w 'tfqfg 114 . ., , ,.'.-,db-Slum 1 1 Q Q-M xx. ,.-vw. ,if 47 IIT...---...- ,,,.....--.....- ..... ... N,,4----f-' ,....---....-A-'- -Fgiukf ...4 'Q f 5 '-was . I K ,x qu- Y 'fs a I I u N , z 1 X ,, X 0 f A. 44 V- K9 . 'r ,.-gx as 'vi , if 1' f l V B' Jr ,Q Q, I '19 .Wh My . n fr-Q . 'x- r L ' ff L wa v-f ,-5 N 'X '4 4 X vi if 'R Qs zdd,-'wi x ,-.- A N K if il Q v , A , A , Q . 4 ,- f QA .V , .4 . : ,, . Q, it X , 5 3 f . -in .' 2 5532252 1 W ' 'Q . 1-5" ff' ' g -1:'1aff, "'fi' i -3 .2 ,L i Q q if If 'Mg be 1 f K W fval. x. if?" , p Sm, ka- . v 'L'w 'S-w 5 E ? . . 'Ii WW, "vs--u,......Ann'u M -,K .W -, MY y . xl., - W, 2 ' x 'f .- , X" 1: 'Q' . x, Q . , ' .v ...Q :- ,. ,fu .- 5 ffl,-Q M 1. Q, , .5 -A4500 wbvqd R, I 3 M-KW A M Jw 46' ,Q , , , -in afiy im' i .f- Y ' ,E N" ' V :Ti .- 4 ' ' j 1. . H ' 'QQQZ W N . QQ.. ' h Q' ' N .cfs :tk ' ' -1. g 'M W xl . . -,N 5- xp. 1 X In ,- . 5 . 'X 1 1 If 5 T. A ,i ??'4fi'1 , -if ,fr vii .:wi?' 'Q 1 5 I D- ,L f A 1. We V A e 3' ' 'L a Q., n if ' A ,'11 I8 .fight ,cl Owl! ff-A if v,s ,, ,fx 4, MQM 3 "' , S : .. 4 - . . D s . 1 f-5 owl 41 Q,-osx 'Q L L 1 L Qi' E l ez. if E '98 .- 4, ' E QA ll vi w ff ' ,egg .M"' f'-' Q '-'xkwfgf 4 F . ,,.. '1 , .: '52 - L. 5, .fif 13257 PM x uf N 1 ,9 , J al, Y an ' 1. Xl I 1, 1n - ffxg K. I' 'U I - T33 1 ai.. v "" -7' 'H ".A. Q... 1. P715 llgj, J'f'xJi "'l--- '11 I1 all QM., Wu' ' .N i 'Q -DG .L , v gp. ,. 'fqfffs . vb 6 Ao 'Riff ,Q 5 . 2 I "' ff 1 ., sqm Q xxx Q5 L .ikifv 31- .. sw 533+ wg JM- jif fs M351 ' fgigg,-4 -.un - . 'Slam x'..4. 8, ...N 411. .F fp 'E I 'N v, w. 'T 1. fs iyfk in E gi Q13 'T if F1 Q4 T"II"','! 'Q Q s A' f - 5 L.- X I ' r Graduates A ,Q 0,0 S 5 VN' 5 I t-an 1 ffl if I 4 Q 1:- s ,' W Y usd, i pl 'Q 3:1 in' Q I .,i, xy' ,1, 21,56 -I1 x 5 . U x 'I K 5 'H xt , , , fyx KP A A R ii ,. R x v s , ' X 'Wi L 58, r Q Y ., ."'Y ?. ut, Y Q ck X-xl I A W 'lf I 2' 'H ,I J- 4. Q4 l' A 'xi 0 T' V ' qi . 1' f af' AA -1 I Q xx K, .. 'Q an if . . A 1' I .H J. V . ' - N11 ., - ,V V, 1- ' In Fil Sxq',j f 1 44,1 . .- X ,Ax 7 it N '11 N Jqgi' C ..b"' ' . ,V . T',.,.J' , I X':':A, 1 X 3 N. f F-. diff J ff' -4. l, '-Q sung. .4-. 'X "x 8 Y' . l 1- , xi Y. ' 1 . :menu Q-Q 1 .. ,f 1' . Q, I, Q a .5 ., ,K -H' . A V' -ijt X mi 0- la 3. ' " ,- ew' , 7 52 I 1 'gf 'kffwj rnfzfgg, ,-dx' 21" , gf: 'I I N JIS, xggwaf-431:-Iii--1 if ..-3 I - ., .. a,?v'f3,gfs-,.v gm. fi M' 'I . . fw xgw el, ,XY W ,, X I 1' " 5337 p, in .YM N 1, I I f ggigmjzs- v 21..f,fv.'1y - I I+ .Q -'Q-':'f"1'5-P'.:' A ,fy 1' I! , Z A ...I-f3f5kgj.,:.LK1.fi0 1' is I -t l x ' -w r ,--Q-, --fry, '4,,-is : , . ,., a' ..- A. " ,. M, , ml f 1 1 Ac 35. fcnr- QQ., I 1 , V ,. I 1 'I' I I' ' .. Axlix, cw M, s :hz ..4,. ,wa lily' x N I Q AA ,:'rf,:-- -L Y I H W K I I ,A N F H I,-V+ :L ,ir-f ,-, ,- AB156 92 NL STLOUIS MO JUN 'I5 1929 MOTHER MARGARET MARY 3300 WEST SLAUSON AVE LOSANGELES CALIF GREETINGS TO MOUNTSTMARY AND HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF NINETEEN TWENTY NINE THE CITY ON THE MOUNTAIN TOP WHO LIGHTS CANNOT BE HIDDEN BUT SHINE FORTH TO GUIDE THE TRAVELER IN THE VALLEY MAY YOU PIONEER CLASS BY YOUR BRIGHT EXAMPLE BE THE BEACON THAT SHALL DRAW MANY TO PARTAKE OF A DELIGHT OF LEARNING AND THE SWEETS OF VIRTUES AS DISPENSED IN THE PAST BY THE OLD STMARYS AND PROMISE TO THE FUTURE IN EVEN GREATER ABUNDANCE BY THE NEW MAY THE BLESSING OF GOD BE WITH YOU ALL YOUR DAYS SISTER MARY AGNES 141A 16TH Margaret Antezak liukglislz Denise Aquilante Nursing Francine Aguilar History Rowena Armijo Exploratory julie Atkinson Business Nancy Bartlett N ll rsirz g Susan Becker Nursing Judith Bernath N11 rxinkg Dennise Bonfiglio Sociology Suzanne Bowen Nu rsirzrg Herlinda Bradley Lclllfglltlfjl' Barbara Buckley N Il rx Ill fig Anamaria Bustamante 1310 Iggy Betty Butterfield lvl! l'Sl'l Ig Laura Byrne Nursing Cindy Cancio B1'ol0gyfPsycl1ology Maria Cardosa Nursing Renee Chavez Pre-School Mary Ann Cobb lVI1l'Sl-llg Judith Colon Spalzislz Lynn Crcvicr nirf Sharon Criss lfzzglislz Kristine Dunn Music eggy Dunnigan Nursing Susan Durando Nursing Susan Erice Nu rsing Sister Olivia Escobosa Nursing Judith Fitzpatrick Englisfz julie Gannon Nursing Alice Gardello Diverszfed Patricia Griffin N11 I'Sl'lllQ Sharon Griffiths N11 rs1'11Kg Barbara Hachtcn N11 rs lil IQQ I-Iak-Soon Hahn Mugic Kathy Haley Euglislz Cheryl Hanenberg N11 ming A Sue I-lartigan Nursing Angela Hawekotte 1'of1'r1'u1f SCI.6'lICC' Myeva Henry PrefScl1ool Sarife Hernandez Explorufo ry Pam Hyder Nursing Christiana Irving fl rffliiology Cathy Jansen Nursing Sue Jarvis N 14 rsi n g Terri Jarvis N u rsing Cheryl Johnson Pre-Sclzool Debbie johnson Nursing Patsy Jones N11 rsil lg Ramona Kan Art Karen Killingsworth Nursing Sister Elaine Kindie English Janice Knoop Pre-School Linda Kuerschner Sociology Kain Lee Pre-School Theresa Leggett Nursing Peggy Linsley Nursing Lia Lovejoy Diversijqed Gloria Majors Eizgfislz Nancy Mallett Nursing Frances Martin History Sue Marvosh Nu rsif lg Katie McCoy Nursing Teresa Venditto Nursing Hana Miller Music Denise Mitchell Nursing Kathy Mitchell Nursing Patricia Morgan N ll rsi n g Anna Mozelewski N14 ming Sue Musial N urshz g Janet Nagle Nursing 4 l Carol Neel Nursing Sister Jeanne Nisiey Nursing Kirsten Norskog Nu rsiug Brenda Nygard Nursing Eileen O'Brien Nursing Sheila Ofaiiaghan Art Sumiko Gi Nursing Geralyn Patterson Pre-School Annette Park Spanish Patricia Paschall Mathematics Bette Payson ,VIll'S1'llg Yasmin Pinson Nursing Suzanne Plummer rl rf Karin Price-Williams Nursing Patricia Priesz Nursing Teresa Reinholt Nursing Michele Rhilinger Home Ecoizomics Gerianne Rich Ellgllibll Sharon Rose Erzglzklz Regina Sacco Nursing Ghazaleh Sadigh Miztlzenzatics Sandra Salahub Nursing Judy Schaffer Nursing Sandra Schweig En giislz Bernice Shears Nursing Celia Simon Sparzislz Monina Soriano Liberal Arts Patricia Stech English Teri Sunday Nursing Judith Tensfeldt Nursing Belinda Trevino Pre-School April Trottier Nursing Ann Tucker Nursing Linda Wampler Nursing Sumi Watanabe Nu rsing Mary Beth Weber Nursing Carolyn Wheeler Nursing Jeanette Wheeler Spmzislz Patti Wicldicombe Nursing Marjorie Wiederanders Psychology Patricia Wright NZlT,9l'lf1g Judith Usher Dz'versijQ'ea' Michelle Gergen English Delia Varela Spanish Marjorie Vauvaris Nu rsing Rebecca Vidal Child Development Mary Anne Sterling Spanish LaVonne Brauer Nursing PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Thomas Connelly Mary A. DeCoursey V Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. John Aliberti F. J. Atkinson Jim Bailes Robert A. Brown John Devine M Kermit K. Drosgan Robert Esling William H. Forbes Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bernard Haupert n John W. Havvekotte R. W. I-Ieimann William and Veronica Jones Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Lillywhite Mrs. Gerald Lubin Wliiifand Mrs..Ed Mamer The.Gord l 'fn1", L Coy Family 5 .--- Mr. and thur Mercadp Qpdwamily Mr. and Stanley Mus ' Mr. and Mr , 9, O'Callag ,, Fabian and Irgene Ohlfs yvyy ,1 M1-gif "' seph J. P011 V Mrsf Donald R. Robinson and Family St. " erome's School Mr. and Mrs Pansobilla M. Sandobal 'Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Schaner and Family Mr. and Mrs. John Scholl Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs 1 r. and Mrs. r. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Sify ily and Family james J. Sfea 'y .john W. Stehly Nicholas J. Stehly A .V M. J. Sterling l.v" g Currier I-l. Thatcher i' Vernon L. Tucker Martin J. Zaninovich 0 F. - -.ing , J Qlvl. , . ,4 .nv . -,.. .T . .,-, . , lv! ' lell I NEEL ENGINEERING, INC. Tony Albert jun Swlft 1937 F1rst Street San Fernando Callfornla 826 977 9601 Prec1s1on Machlne Work 11956 San Vlcente Blvd West Los Angeles Cahf 90049 12137 767 2128 I EDWARD sToNER J vfl L c 112283668 u te g ll types 8. text s C g Rest cco 11111 Santa Momca Boulevard West Los Angeles Calufornua 90025 2932 N th B e a v sta B ba k can fo n a 91504 4794201 879 9576 P I f Ar I, Geluralllarlagg' c ', I ' PATRICK lvl ENTEE ll' Mc S I I 3 SIlWlEllE IUMBER COMPANY Calif. l . - Ins red Plas rin a urea Accou tlc ellin s - u ' , , ' ' or u n l ' ur n , i r i ' ' Phone 0131972 3173 076 350 CONGRATULATIONS PYLE - ROMAN TRAVEL AGENCY 9164 Sunset Boulevard READERS 5th Generation twcltrs 451-1349 1333 Santa Monica Mall Santa Monica, California 90401 MANUFACTURERS ESIGNERS CUSTOM WOR , , C J, , . VICENTE CAMERA Hollywood, California 90069 11756 San VICCHIC Blvd B26 2017 11650 SAN VICENTEI BLVD LOS ANGELES C LIF' 90049 "'7""'11 Lf U55 ggazfy .fuzz NIURIEL. AND RLJDY GOLD Mr and Mrs Hugh I Cleary The Thomas Cunnlngham Fam1ly 9 Los Angeles CA 90049 Photos Kodak FlH1Sl11I10' 896 4115 Custom Black 84 Whlte and Mrs A W Sherman K W PM Wim MN Afiblqf ' N I N' r CWM W' ' I .., ... - .. ' 3 - ' o ..f ' l 5 , A . . 'I Dr. . . . ,-rsesszffff -eg xv Y M.. n.,,, .,,,,m ...mQllIn... J...-rulq K 94Inf...,.. ' 1 o Q' J- T 'O 1 ". 1 rn. .. W- 3 E Q" . T 4 :l"' gqwqies X Wal, lp- at ,S Q, 3 'I.- inw, l :Q SWE ' t - ' 5 I ' ' Q- QQ "5f '. ,'l"'3 3 'S 3 Rx -F - " ' Se . ' ' -. xv A yang ... fm, 232 . fwwrw MQ 5 4 Ejsxiifvx EE I5 f 0 0- "nav, Q, ,':s,sg,..v .-+I-.3 It 1' 1 Ir? F mb, AF fxz-7 Glyn: F ""' ""' ' " 5 K 74 s, """"' ' ""' felis ' We gy ' 'O , ' L r1:1urr1la Q nxxxxxxxxxxv ' BEST WISHES from 55 1 , vo. or-133 my 'FQ gl-"W m N Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul Schado fgmzepaeom ezzeaazeag LE? Mount St. Mary's College LA . VT Q Congratulatlons U on 50 years Q3 LA. I r E Welcome TQ Q Class of 1975 El to the , , Q Alumnae Assoclatlon l. . io so Qi? Q54 egg 1 HQ? ' HQ f ...w 'J A ,J 3 ,I l .4 Y"""- 'Y H.. 4 utils? i 'fx' ,, .ll A s 'F Y P' S T'4. t' 5' C f 4,5 J 'V -19 .va-...wv4f:'w'av1.emwA ' ,w - 'lil' 0-""T hr. Ji I,, Jane Schaner, Editor Sister Teresa Dunbar, Advisor DESIGNXPASTE-UP STAFF Marianne I-Ieimann Chris Jones Anne Martini Michele Robinson PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Carolyn Bailey Maureen Cleary BUSINESS STAFF Ellen Aliberti Patti Fabrizio Paula Garcia Trish Mercado Molly 0'Callaghan Margie Pytko COPYWRITER Margaret Antczak SPECIAL THANKS to: Suzanne Plummer and Michele Robinson for their art work All those who helped in findin pictures and articles igom past ears, for use in this booli Julie I-Iladky for the I typesetting Mike Arnone, Josten's- American representative UR' mimi' if t i FEE! Q .LJJJ in 9,8 F? ' ,pf-unvill -E' K Egg the oqnt Festlval A,,f ',Lm ' l L K.-J H. 2' 2- 'Mihqavf t ww 4' ' w 1 4 I 6 F! -4 .. ... - .,,. H.. My A A ,4 1 ,fi .1 Q, aim X'--.-1 A-H. 40- lr' 'i 2.4 ' ' 'f W ul' 4, ,. -1 s P ' Q' Q -.S.' -4-1 ,q, ' '. 'SQ 5 V W Y '1- Q., lv .Sy g' uh. . .,,.8 x '. . ,454 ' J 1 0 3 Q ' "' ' .2 . 'I . Y .-'r-gl-:sy ' --,- -mg- - 4 '. ,w 'gL. I . A .1451 i qv" the Qll ' 'e 'T 'Mgt d I O di ,,""' .4 in . o rg-n" 1 4,5 JS! . . ..,, '. is 0 n -1 1. -ul.. ". ."s. .- . I. s 1 ' -1 - '. 'f . Q . a ' 450 K A 7,0 ,H J ,Q 6 4 5 . 8, 1. tx 2 i L ""'vnn f , A ! ,Aft A '.,' 55521, ix ' ffm- . ..', key in seq """" t 'K x M- , , iq. ,,.., 1 "' .TH uf V .TN .' ,' -4 'I gn- I n1ll'v"" , an all ,.. ,K . . M f 'IHA- "ll J' 'vi O. J" 5 .Ao If ' Y I f A - cry fag, Z ,AMW I ,. I ,, W , , A .44 is P or l 5-' hx " fir' i , 5 cr lv " ,fx 3 'ff' gd V "" 'P pn' 1 of I QIQS ' ,Q af A4 vw 1, ,. ffl' 4 fu. dx im." IS ABOUT TO ENTER ITS 50TH YEAR OF SERVICE I0 COMMUNITY rx VIHIEIREASOTHE COLLEGE HAS A BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS 'INTVIETT L0fRANCELES OVHKLOOKING MUCH OF OUR CITY. AND ,. ,,..............................- .,,, ., , wjviiliiflil Tye comzms ALso MANTATNS A WELL ATTENDED CENTRAL cm! CAMPUS PROVIDING A wma VARTETY or cmmumw News. AND ZEHQTQTQQQQWT SAINT A4ARY's comics ns A COEDUCATIONAL SCHOOL WITH MORE THAN 1.200 sTunENTs wno coma NOT ONLY FROM Los ANGELES BUT mom THROUGHOUT THE wonwg AND N 'K z QuMvfgQ5fT'11E COLLEGE HAS MANY TNNOVATTVE FROG RAMS THAT FOCUS ON THE CURRENT AND POTENTIAL NEEDS OF SOCIETY IN MULTIPLE WAYS. WIIILE MAINTAINING THE FRAME- W0'RK OF LIBERAL ARTS TRADTIONSL AND 4-N ff I M.....a 35WIiT"iREASl THE CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE HAS PROCLAIMED THIS INDEPENDENT COLLEGE MONTH. AND - H V 1 1'H'I!4-Iiyv-..-.47 I WHEREAS! MOUNT SAINT MAIlY'S COLLEGE IS A LEADING MEMBER OF THE ORGANIZATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: AND , n-w.-.,..,.... .. ,,., . . . I I I CQH Em. slsran cecxw. Louxse, PRESIDENT or me couwce, IS A Forman rassmsm' I i' ' ' 'T nz, -1.,.fw-svn. for-A .- .V , . THERE RE BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE CITY COUNCIL OF LOS ANGELES DOES HERIIBY CONGRATULATE Moiii SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE, FOR ITS IDNG AND DISTINGUISHED I at QW: ep Q06 e g a M if ies 0 QW? -its 'W ' N 0 s o e r Mount St. Mary,s College seal, designed by Baker's Heraldic office of London, is in the form ofa cir- cular shield. The name of the College appears around the edge of the shield, and 1925 the date of its founding, is in the center. The shield itself has four divisions. An open book at the bottom center bears the college motto-Deus Illuminatio Mea-God My Light. At the upper center a lily sur- rounded by thorns symbolizes the Immaculate Conception of Mary. The fleur-de-lis of France at the upper right represents the Sisters of St. joseph of Carondelet, established at Le Puy in France in 1650. At the upper left three angel wings with a rose signify the city of Los Angeles. The seal thus symbolizes Mount St. Mary,s College founded in the City of Our Lady Queen ofthe Angels by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet under the patronage of Mary, model of womanhood. G1 . -. ,A 'f lr V . A! ' A.- ..'.- ' 1 ,- , . 1 f 1 ' 0 1- fr . . v, . '-4 '.. ' "' " .. Ax' rl uh -'fl-A I' '.' f'. . ,Ulf-'03 ,' . . -fu-'ff 4' 1' '.i....' .- 3 -VM. ff" +. N71 .' -,'T .4 - ' .X ,-9.-..' - 1 . . " ' ' ". 4....q r ' 'N 4, N . , - . 1.4 . .1 hx 1 ' ' ' ' ff . I. . f 4 V K' ,KE , , ,, - . N-. f Y v,!! - 1 . W 1:1 J .u 'Q ' w..,7' -H' .-.gets .5 - ' ,.', m me 4" Y x-' px'-4 "e: ' H1 xlib- ri ,-'wwf P: '- .V L QQ, 'JH 'mf - .. yr ' 1 L' 5, ' 1, ' 1 1 v -.1.,,1."3,l Q ' fx 2 , Y 4 1 ff 'I ,1 . I ,.- 'W-Y : 'I 1. .. V ,X 1 X F '. 4 -We ' M" " 'Mr' 1 . 55 W 4, .fl X H 'V , , .V 'XX' , W. 1595. 5' vi ' lv-..'. I 1 MTE 'Y". Y. A .. x L 54 ,S ' f., '- -Q. 4 i , N," K ty,M. , wJ, Y ' 1 i. -' fsj" mit. wwfjl gm .fjhjlw vi I " ,Fizz 1 --4 -f-, . 31.-ig . ' fx QQWX, . 1 ' 'vbf ,ukr 4 N - v , 1, 5 7,8 ' u 4Q - 1 U' 2526.6 ,V Q A . .ifr,"',' 1' .' J-'WV f . x ,X - 1 ' J cv-xrgw x ..1l,'! . 'Y ' r-. '29, .qs 2,1 " . H . V, , v. ., Q, in-V- ,."' :J -' ' .,n , Q , .lv 5M1-fm 1, ,,.1- ' u ,UL 2, , -w- . U "'v , 'gh-w 11 .jf s. ,. .',-' ' 1 5 :ti v. w A , N, f V... mg, .-f q.-v 11 4' 14: ' 153' -jjf' .WQMS "7 -ixfez' Q. -1 Y?-'sri . 4 . . ., ., '.,,,'f ,'!..f.., .- 5 -. ,, , if,.f1g,r' : 1-' ' vi ,X .SQ QM , , . L-- S-5, ' F' 'V .vo' ' ,V K .Y 'lj , ' ,.'-f ' ii gt, ag, .urn 'fy A - mf' -g,.,,,4' ' f


Suggestions in the Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) collection:

Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection, 1972 Edition, Page 1

1972

Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection, 1973 Edition, Page 1

1973

Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

1974

Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 1

1976

Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection, 1977 Edition, Page 1

1977

Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA) online yearbook collection, 1978 Edition, Page 1

1978

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.