Mundelein Cathedral High School - Phoenix Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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We dedicate these various fragments of school life por- trayed here, to you, O Light of the World. ,-J., 0 4' 4 J I AI ...... IUUYT Page 4 taste of contents His welcome presence at student festive occasions and his kindly advice make Father Marren a friend of all. Bulletin boards and gracious counsel- ling are Father Herne's specialties. Dedication 2 Faculty . 5 Seniors . 7 Juniors . 18 Sophomores . 20 Freshmen 22 Study . 25 Activity . 31 Sports . 41 Patrons . 50 Wit and practical advice abound in Father Regon's religion class in which For Father McAvoy's zeal in promoting he prepares the seniors for their the knowledge of the Holy Spirit the places in God's design. juniors are eternally thankful. liacult Monsignor Patriclc Hayes Director Sister Mary Cecil Principal Sister Mary St. Bertha English Sister Mary Daniel Latin, Library Sister Mary Eustella , English, Library, Psychology, Spanish Sister Mary Gerard Clothing, English, Health, Social Science Sister Mary Magdala Latin, Mathematics, Science Sister Mary St. Marguerite Social Science Sister Mary St. Monica Business Education Sister Mary ofthe Rosary English, Social Science Sister Mary Paula Mathematics, Science Sister Mary Sharon Journalism, Social Science Sister Mary Victorina Music Reverend John Banahan Student Council Adviser, Religion I Reverend James Brett Athletic Director, Religion ll Reverend John McAvoy Religion lll i Reverend James Murtaugh Catholic Action Group, Religion III 1 Reverend Emmett Regan Music Director, Religion IV Monslgno' Holes' ou' 'eclor' is ennfmed Wm' Counselor Reverend John Marren the over-all supervision in the formation of our m0,Mte,, Counselor Reverend Robert Herne "What is the Trinity?" is a question Teen-age problems are expertly han- No sophomore completes the year likely to be heard at a session of dled by the taculty's newcomer, Father without knowing the Prophecies of the Father Banahan s freshman religion Murtaugh, who instructs the iuniors. Messios as stressed by Father Brett. class. Page 5 Km V1 v f . ..,,Q,,,f Supl: 1 , 4 V, 'rf ' If , M , As the sun tades behind the grey vastness ot another day, the seniors visualize the tinale ot their youth and the termination ot those "good old school days." Yet, beyond the horizon shines a brighter Light, which time will prove to be the Guiding Hand ot Grace. The careful selection of school otticers, brain-racking experiences on THE PHOENIX, the tots' Christ- mas Party, the secure regularity ot classroom assignments and the glorious climax of the Washington trip always will remain a cherished part ot high school memories, Candidates tor Student Council ottices gather tor a moment to dis- cuss campaign progress. iCloclcwisel: Sheila Harrity, Rita Walsh, Dorothy Glanz, James McDonough, John Word, Michael Hennessy, Nancy Schwind and Judy Zulkie are the senior officers ot Rooms 4 and 5. 'C' Lv- Eather Regan ex'ends the hlessed :las ring to the seniors in a formal chuir cwemony Bob Sullivan, Tom Greer-1 standing Mary Leslie, Gloria Malche' Ge-ne Gorslxi, Maureen Donahue and Marv Goa kneeling are receiving their symbol ot ser-ior standing Distributing erweloees c' Sunday Mass ng 's restful rrirarnervs oo as Father Regar relaxes onthe church steps with Ed Wedge Tom McLeni-or, Mime Hennessy and Jirr' McDor'ough. Page 7 -1 is '5 f-1 xg fx, it 12, 50 ,.- MARIE LOUISE AMARILLO LEROY JOHN BOBROWSKI ROSEMARIE RITA CESARIO Our Lady of Sorrows Honor Society President 4 PHOENIX Alum nl Co Editor 4 Student Councal 4 PHOENIX Staff Page Edntor 4 PHOENIX Staff 3 4 Yearbook 4 PHOENIX Alumnl 3 4 Honor Ro I 2 3 4 Kate Cllftord Award Flrst Place Wnnner 2 Shorthand Award 3 Ora Club 4 Clsca 3 Press Gulld Delegate 3 Honor Society 3 4 CONSTANCE ANITA BARRON St Vuncent De Paul PHOENIX Staff 3 4 Shorthand Award 3 Oratorucol Contest 3 Pep Club 'I 2 3 Press Guild Delegate 3 4 SDS 3 4 NEW WORLD Scholarshnp 3 RONALD JOSEPH BAWI EC St Mark Lnbrary Club 4 Page 8 St Bonlface Football 4 Basketball 4 Baseball 4 GERALDINE EDITH BOWEN Holy Angels Shorthand Award 3 Operetta 2 Library Club 4 Drama Club 3 BARBARA JEAN BRACY St Martm Class Treasurer 2 PHOENIX Staff 3 Short hand Award 3 Perfect Attendance l 3 Clubl 2 4 SDS 3 Valleyb JAMES PATRICK CARPENTER Our Lady of Lourdes Football 4 Basketball 4 Baseball 3 4 MAUREEN MARGARET CASEY St Sylvester PHOENIX Staft 3 4 Yearbook 4 Pep Club l 2 4 SD St Beatrnce Class Treasurer 'I PHOENIX Stall 4 Short hand Award 3 Pep Club I 2 Press Gunld Delegate 3 PATRICK JOSEPH CON NOLLY St Bonaventure Honor Socuety VlcePres1dent 4 PHOENIX Sports Edrtor 4 PHOENIX Stat? 3 4 Year book 4 Football 4 Basketball 3 4 Base ball 3 4 Oratorlcal Contest 4 Victory Dance Committee 4 Clsca 3 Press Guild Delegate 3 FREDERICK PETER CORES Maternity B V M MARY THERESA COSTA St Gregory Honor Socnety Recording Secretary 4 PHOE NIX Staff 3 Honor Society 3 4 Honor Roll I 2 3 4 Shorthand Award 3 4Yeor Per fect Attendance .xg A, f A . 3 1 I ' E -. . . x I . 4X ' I' 'A 1 - 0 - - "' I I x ox it torical Contest Perfect Attendance Pep ' ' ' . . I . U , I Pep , , I3, . . . . . all 'Il ' 'I . ,,...S.4.,' I , '- I THERESA CLAIRE COYNE: St. Vincent De Paul Library Club 4. Pep Club I, 2. DOROTHY JEAN CUFF: Our Lady of the Holy Mount PHOENIX Staff 3, 4. Yearbook 4. PHOENIX Alumni 3, 4. Chicago Scholastic Editorial Contest, First Place Winner 3. Shorthand Award 3. Library Club 4. Drama Club 3. Pep Club Chairman 4. Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4. Press Guild Delegate 3. Victory Dance At- tendant 4. CAROL LYNN CUNNINGHAM: St. Vincent De Paul 4-Year Perfect Attendance. Library Club 4. Pep Club I, 2. MARVIN CHARLES DAIGRE: Holy Angels Oratorical Contest 4. MAUREEN ELIZABETH DONAHUE: Our Lady Help at Chrisfans PHOENIX Staff 3. Shorthand Award 3. Pep Club 4. CHARLOTTE DIANE DREYER: Our Lady ofthe Angels Victory Dance Queen 4. Library Club 4 Drama Club 3. Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4. Cisco 3. S.D.S. 3. FLORENCE JEANNE DVORAK: Our Lady Help ot Christians PHOENIX Staff 3, 4. Yearbook 3. Kate Clif- ford Award I, 2. LORRAINE SONJA ERMER: Holy Name Cathedral Pep Club I, 2. ADRIENNE ANN FINN: Sacred Heart ISIavakJ PHOENIX Stat? 3, 4. Yearbook 4. Shorthand Award 3. Perfect Attendance I, 3, 4. Library Club 4. Pep Club 4. ALICE MARJORIE FOLEY: St. Irenaeus Shorthand Award 3. Library Club 4. CLAIRE MARIE FORD: St. George Shorthand Award 3. Operetto 4. Library Club 4. MARIE LOU GAA: Presentation PHOENIX Stott 3, 4. Yearbook 4. PHOENIX Alumni 4. Shorthand Award 3. Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4. I X I v R 4' ' I , X. -. " 4. . Page 9 ,gf , ,Aj N f-1 1 -4 '7 at 5 T ,-J df" '27 1 1 JOANNA SYLVIA GIOMETTI HERMAN MAX GRUPENHAGEN St Vmcent De Paul PHOENIX Staff 3 4 Yearbook 4 PHOENIX Alumm 4 Shorthand Award 3 Perfect At tendance 2 4 Catholic Action Club 4 Press Guuld Delegate 3 4 DOROTHY ANNE GLANZ J Our Lady of the Angels Sensor Homeroom Secretary 4 Student Coun cll 4 Shorthand Award 3 Library Club 4 Drama Club 3 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Cusco 3 S D S 3 Victory Dance Attendant 4 Victory Dance Cammrttee 4 ENE STANLEY GORSKI St Ita Class Vnce President 3 PHOENIX Alumm Co Editor 4 PHOENIX Staff 3 4 Honor Society Correspondlng Secretary 4 Student Councll 3 Honor Soclety 3 4 Honor Roll 3 4 Ora torlcal Contest First Place Wlnner 3 Basket ball 4 Operetta 2 3 Perfect Attendance 4 Press Gunld Delegate 3 NEW WORLD Schol arshlp 4 SH EILA MAE HARRITY St Vmcent De Paul Soma Mono Incomnom Sensor Homeroom Treasurer Class Vnce Pres: dent 3 Student Councrl 3 4 PHOENIX Stat? THOMAS HAROLD GREENER 3 Shgnhqnd Awqyd 3 St Bonaventure JEANNE MARIE GRIMM FLORENCE BELLE HEFLIN Our Lady of the Angels St Cathernne of Slena PHOENIX Stott Busmess Manager 4 PHOE PHOENIX Staff Page Editor 4 PHOENIX NIX Stott 3 4 Yearbook 4 PHOENIX Alum Staff 3 4 Yearbook 4 PHOENIX Alumm 4 m4 Shorthand Award 3 Press Gulld Dele Shorthand Award 3 Perfect Attendance 2 gate 3 3 4 Press Guuld Delegate 3 4 Page I O MICHAEL JOSEPH HENNESSY St Jarlath Student Council President 4 Senior Home room President 4 PHOENIX Stat? 3 4 Honor Society Treasurer 3 Honor Society 3 4 Football Co Captann 4 Football 2 3 4 Basketball Captain 4 Basketball 3 4 Base ball 2 3 4 Clsca 3 NEW WORLD Scholar DONALD MICHAEL HOEY Precious Blood Baseball 2 Operetta 2 Llbrary Club 4 MARY PATRICIA HOEY Precious Blood Lnbrary Club 4 Pep Club I 2 CHARLOTTE ANN INFANTE Annunclatlon PHOENIX Staff Page Editor 4 PHOENIX Alumm 4 Shorthand Award 3 Operetta 2 3 4 Perfect Attendance I 3 4 Llbrary Club 4 Drama Club 3 Pep Club I 2 Cnsca 3 4 Press Gunld Delegate 4 SSCA Rep resentatnve 3 4 SDS 3 4 V -1. , 'sr , ,ff X A I 1 Q Q i A . 1 C I . I t ' I , Talent. Show I. Drarno Club 3. Cisco 4: ship 4- THERESE MARY JANSEN: MARY MARGARET KELLY: Our Lady of Mercy PHOENIX Staff 3, 4. Cheerleading 3, 4. Kate Clifford Award 3. Shorthand Award 3. Perfect Attendance 4. Pep Club I, 2. Press Guild Delegate 3. Victory Dance Attendant 4. BARBARA KAY JOHNSON: St. Columbonus Class Vice-President I. Honor Society 3, 4. Honor Roll I, 2. Shorthand Award 3. Oper- etta 2, 4. Oratoricol Contest 4. 4-Year Per- tect Attendance. Library Club 4. Kate Clif- ford Award I. Pep Club I, 2. St. Edward hand Award 3. Library Club 4. Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4. Pep Club 2, 3. Victory Dance Committee 4. RITA AGNES KILLION: Our Lady of Mercy Shorthand Award 3. Library Club 4. JOHN MATTHEW KLOUDA: Resurrection CATHERINE GERTRUDE LaCOY: Sacred Heart ISlovok, GERALD DUANE JOHNSTON: PHOENIX Stat? 3, 4. Perfect Attendance i, Sf' Bonaventure 3, 4. Operefta 2. Library Club 4. KATHLEEN MARIE KEANY: PATRICIA EILEEN I.eHEWi St. Margaret of Scotland PHOENIX Staff 3, 4. Yearbook Co-Editor 4. Honor Society 4. Shorthand Award 3. Drama Club 3. Pep Club 2. Cisco Secretary ami Feature Editor 4. Press Guild Delegate 3, 4. S,D.S. 3, 4. St. Patrick's Day Queen I. S.S.C.A. Representative 4. Bobbie Board Representative 3. Catholic Action Club 4. Propagation ofthe Faith Delegate 4, MARY LORETTA LESLIE: Our Lady Help at Christians PHOENIX Staff 4. Shorthand Award 3. St, Timothy MARY FEARN LASAR: Cheerleading 3, 4. Library Club 4. Pep Club Our Lady Help of Christians 3, 4. Victory Dance Attendant 4. Victory PHOENIX Stat? 4. Yearbook 4. PHOENIX Dance Committee 4. Alumni 4. May Coronation Queen 4, Short- CAROL ANN LEWANDOWSKI: St. Stanislaus Shorthand Award 3. Pep Club Chairman 4. Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4. X t ' . - ' ' iid' ilk . If It Page II ,ar ' -Q 1 4 Y li ' f? J ""'? 1 'rrp '-1 F ANN JEAN LUM ootball I 2 4 Bask tball 'I St Therese Cathollc Mnsslon Baseball 3 4 Operetta 2 Vlctory Dance Shorthand Award 3 Llbrary Club 4 Commlttee 4 MARGARET MARY MAGAURAN GERAIDINE EVA MCGOVERN St Vlncent De Paul PHOENIX Co Edltor 4 PHOENIX Staff 3 4 Yearbook 4 PHOENIX Alumnn 3 4 Student Councul 4 Honor Society 3 4 Shorthand Award 3 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Press Gu d Delegate 3 4 CAROL LEE MCDERMOTT Our Lady of the Angels Cheerleadmg 3 4 Lrbrory Club 4 Drama Clu 3 ep Club 2 CISCO 4 Vlctor Dance Attendant 4 JAMES ALOYSIUS McDONOUGH Our Lady of Mount Carmel Sensor Homeroom Secretary Student Councut Page I2 Our Lady Help of Chrlstlans Shorthand Award 3 Lubrary Club 4 Pep u I 2 JOHN THOMAS McLENNAN Our Lady of Lourdes Football 4 Basketball 4 GLORIA ANN MELCHER St Mary of the Angels JOANNE SHIRLEY MODICA St Sebastnan Shorthand Award 3 Perfect Attendance I 2 3 Operetta 2 Library Club 4 ...ar ARLENE .IOANNE MYERS Our Lady of the Angels Ltbrory Club 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 ELIZABETH BERNIECE NIEDERKORN Our Lady Help of Chrustlans Edntor 4 Yearbook 3 4 Student Councll 4 Honor Soclety 4 Honor Roll I 2 Llbrary Club Presldent 4 Drama Club 3 Pep Club 4 Clsca 3 Vnctory Dance Commuttee 4 Catholuc Actuon Club 4 Mathematic Tourna ment 3 PATRICIA FRANCES OERTEL Sacred Heart lslovalu Shorthand Award 3 Llbrary Club 4 Pep Club 4 BERNADINE CHARMAINE OSTROWSKI Sacred Heart fSlovalu Shorthand Award 3 Perfect Attendance I 4 Llbrary Club 4 gb, , Q ' X A A N, y 2 so -Y I ,F 1 'Z I it 'V x I ' I : 4. F , , . e , 2, 3, 4. : - L - l l, PHOENIX Staff 3, 4. Yearbook Managing E' ' " clb,,s,4. '. " .' U I , I h if I . . .' A . r b .P I -I, . ' .I ' y . I ' I ' DOROTHY MARIE PEARSON St Vmcent De Paul PHOENIX 'tall 3 Shorthand Award 3 Per tect Attendance 4 Peo CI bl 2 3 4 JOAN RAE PITYMAN Holy Cross PHOENIX Stall 3 4 Sl'ortHand Award 3 JOSEPHINE CARMELIA FRIOLA Queen af Angels Class Secretary 3 Class Vice Presrdent 2 PHOENIX Staff 3 4 Yearbook 4 Lubrar u 4 Pep Club I 3 4 Press Gu DeIegate3 RITA CATHERINE PTAK St Vnator fect Attendance Lubrary Club 4 Press Guild Delegate 3 ELLEN RUTH RASK St Prlscllla PHOENIX Feature Edutor 4 PHOENIX Staff 3 4 Yearbook 4 Peo Clubl 2 3 4 SDS 4 Press Guild Delegate 3 May Coronation Attendant 4 Vxctary Dance At endan 4 St Patrlck s Day Dance Cl'anrman I JOHN HOWARD RAY St Jarlatla Student Council 4 Football Co aptau-1 4 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Operetta 3 PATRICK JOHN RODGERS Our Lcdy of Lourdes Easketba I 4 Baseball 4 LYNDA JUANITA ROUSSEAU St Anse m Yearbook 4 PHOENIX Alumm 4 Honor clety 4 Honor Roll 2 4 llbrory Club 4 Drama Club 3 Pep Club 3 4 Clsca 3 4 Press Gurld Delegate 4 Cotholrc Actuon Club 4 Interracial Council Representatnve 4 St Patrnck s Day Program I Volleyball I EILEEN IMELDA RYAN St Veronica Operetta 2 Library Club 4 GERALD ROBERT SCHMIDT St Hedwig Yearbook Co Edltor 4 Class Presndent I PHOENIX Staff 4 PHOENIX Alumm 4 Honor Soclety 3 4 Kate Clutlord Award 3 Operetta 2 Oratorlcal Contest 4 Perfect Attendancel 2 4 Cusca3 4 NANCY LEE SCHWIND St Eonaventure Sensor Homeroom Presndent 4 Class Pres: dent 3 Student Councnl 3 4 Honor Soclety 3 4 Shorthand Award 3 Llbrary Club 4 Pep Club I 2 Press Guild Delegate 3 NEW WORLD Scholarshup 3 MARGARET AN N SEAMAN Our Lady Help of Christians Shorthand Award 3 Pep Club 4 'Q ,nu K. 1 N-1: Page I3 . , . . ' y ' I CI b . , 2, , . ild ' Z PHOENIX Staff 4. Yearbook 4. 4-Year Per- PHOENIX Co-Editor 4. PHOENIX Staff 3, 4. ' l l - l 4 l . I I So ' . I , . ' I . I l 'af ,. yy 0 J 4 - "' Q an 25" Lg. I - 5 . I I -Z Q8 f J I I f A , Q . . . Y X -O 'C' -rd Nd v--47 .e-49 ms I? fi Qs Q. sys 1. A St Alphonsus Shorthand Award 3 Pep Club 4 GERALD HERBERT SOLARZ St Peter Canisius PHOENIX SMH Art Editor 4 PHOENIX Staft 3 4 Yearbook Art Editor 4 PHOENIX Alumni 4 Perfect Attendance I ROBERT THOMAS SULLIVAN St Bonaventure Football 2 3 4 Operetta 4 Library Club 4 GEORGE MARTIN SVIATKO Sacred Heart fSlovokJ Class Treasurer 3 PHOENIX Staff 3 4 Year book 3 Operetta 2 ROSEMARY SURBY St Nicholas of Tolentine Class President I PHOENIX Stott 3 4 Year bool: 4 Honor Roll I 4 Year Perfect Attend Page I 4 Q rrelx '7' Catholic Action Club 4 Interracial Council Representative 4 Propagation ot the Faith Delegate 4 Honor Society 4 MARGARET MARY TANGNEY Presentation Shorthand Award 3 Pep Club 4 MAURICE WILLIAM THOMAS Our Lady of Lourdes ORUS WELDON TOWLES St Columbanus Operetta 2 ROSALYN PAULINE VENTURA St Vincent De Paul PHOENIX Stott 3 4 Yearbooli 4 Library Club 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 May Corona 'sf Victory Dance Attendant 4 Victory Dance Commnttee4 ITA ANN WALSH St Sylvester Student Council Secretary 4 Senior Home room Vice President Class Secretary 2 Hon or Society 3 4 Library Club 4 Pep Club I 2 3 4 Cisca3 Victory DanceAtendant4 JOHN ANTHONY WARD St Vincent De Paul Student Council Vice President 4 Senior Homeroom Treasurer Class Vice President 2 3 Football 3 Eask Patrick s Day Program l EDWARD JOHN WEDGE St Boniface Class Secretary 3 PHOENIX Stat? 3 4 Honor Society Treasurer 4 Operetta 2 Football 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Basketball 3 4 I O l I 2' V , .L ea A I E I f, ' -F G F , ' I f . Qijrs Z B, 1 H R A dl' ,Q A I. - 'Z , lr I - J --v ' I xx , 4,4 V H I , X , J X ,J s - A KA X K4 ,Q V 9 I 4 all ' .1 FLORENCE THERESE SMITH: ance. Shorthand Award 3. Operetta 2, 4, tion Attendant 4, Initiation Committee 4. a - : R I I 2 , . 1, zl . etball 1. sf. 0 6 L 5, i CAROLE LOUISE WESTHOFF: St. Ignatius PHOENIX Stafi 3, Yecrboclr 4. Honor Rall I, 2, 3. Shorthand Award 3. Perfect Attend- ance 4. Library Club 4. Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4 TC1'ent Show I. St. Mary ofthe Lalce library Club 4. KENNETH STANLEY ZECH: St. Boniface Football 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Baseball 4. Victory Dance Committee 4. Perfect Attendance 3. Shorthand Award 3. X 'Y MARY ANNE JUDITH ZAVALA: JUDITH THERESE ZULKIE: St, Genevieve Student Council Treasurer 4. Senior Home' room Vice-President 4. Class Secretary 2. Class Treasurer I, 3. PHOENIX Staff 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 3. Cheerleading 3, 4. Drama Club 3. Peo Club 'l, 2. Shorthand Award 3, S.D.S. 3. Cisco 3. Victory Dance Attendant 4. Interracial Council Representa- tive 3, 4. Catholic Action Club 4, NEW WORLD Scholarship 4, lcil, toil, work and troL.b'ep it takes all types of work to enhance the schools appearance. However, somethings fishy among seniors ci ores, as Rose Marie Cesario and Dorothy Pearson refresh the s:o?v creatures Nth cool, cle-ar water. History holds many perils for seniors in view of the New Illinois State exam, which must be token by all grajuates. Tlfe purpoze of the test is to imprint in the minds of our future men and women the lciws and duties of the American iitizen. Cl"ris'maf creates the spirit of giving among students, as Feorn Lasor, Florence Smith, and Mary Costa prepare Santas presents for hrgt and second graders. unoemclassmen Some of us have been here three years now, intensifying each day that indetinable spirit which spells Mundelein. They have been wondrous days filled with the ever- growing realization that our training begins and ends with Gad. Already our eyes are turned to senior year and the fulhllment of our Catholic education. Then there are those of us, who have lust investigated the mysteries of biology and the angles and lines of geom- etry. Talking about class warlc is so much a part of being a sophomore. Anal lastly, there are the lreshmeng we're the young- sters, who stood in the cold waiting for the we'coming doors of MCHS to swing open to us. The generous warmth, that enveloped us when we happily registered, expanded each day of this, our green year. For all of us, the privilege of attending school in the dear old building which soon will be razed, is one welll treasure all our lives. Juniotzs Representing Vie isniar class cv forms of student government, Diam- Keating, Rose Marie Simone, June Myers, Carol Grunclhaefer, Burton Paterson, R'chard Brando-nburg seated Arthur Miller aid Michael Laurie stcncing have a tetea Vutr- C" D'--sent affairs sophomones Classroom adn-inistration is a dit fruity to be taken seriously tor soahornore officers William Fuery, Nancy Cornella, Daniel Brannigan. Donna Shoikulo standing, Carole Schwind, Jaan Biacy, Marilyn Stalt rnan ana Nancy Casaletto seated Fmestmien Solving the problems of democ racy is a new experience for fresh- men class ofticers, Jane Bezak, Pa tricla Conway, Judy Gleason, Ste' phen Tugman, Thomas Flynn, Core nelius Sullivan standing, Julie Skvarenina and Anthony DeGrazia, who tackle their job fervently, Junions Page Now twilight pulls the sun mag- netically toward the west and junior year brings on a sense of seniority. Shorthand and typing set the new up- perclassmen in a world of business ad- justment. Forty words a minute and no errors is nothing - wait till next year. Madeline Amarillo, Lolita Armendariz, Richard Barnes, Marie Beckman, William Bergin, Roz- anne Bertucci, Lea Bertuccioli, Mary Lou Braun, Deanna Eielaga. Sylvia Birlr, Gerald Bobrowski, James Bolger, Richard Brandenburg, Louise Brooks, Jewell Budriclr, Delanne Burns, Mary Ann Calamia, Anthony Castelvecchi. Kathleen Conway, Sara Conway, Kenneth Cyzen, Lorraine Deruisa, Barbara Desecki, Ann Dolphin, Barbara Dunlap, Carol Dunlap, Anne Duray. Dominic Faraci, Patricia Farnum, Abraham Gomez, Ronald Gazdeclci, Catherine Grimm, Carol Grundhoefer, Madeline Guerrieri, Jo Ann Hammerschmidt, Amber Heflin. Patricia Jones, Grace Josef, Richard Kaczmarelr, Philip Kannaby, Diane Keating, Katherine Keat- ing, Herold Keil, Rita Kerkhave, Bernadine Lalley. Michael Laurie, Diana Le Compte, Annie Lee, Marilyn Lee, Robert Lindstrom, Elaine Lorenz, Ronald Marchese, Philomena Martinlca, Mary Ann Mozzarella. Patricia McDonald, Roger McFarlane, Beatrice McGovern, Judy McLelland, Arthur Miller, June Myers, Janet Niederlcorn, Robert Novak, Michaeleen Pocione. Theresa Palmissano, Corbina Pecora, Burton Peterson, Diane Pierce, Joann Price, Geraldine Quigley, Jan Ramirez, Diane Rentas, Jerome Ryan, Ronald Scarpoci, Maryann Serino, Rose Marie Simone, Rita Surby, Geraldine Szczech, Mary Tarrant, Robert Theobald, Anne Triptow, Dan- ald Tuman. Gail Valenti, Sheila Wilson, Margery Winkler, Eleanor Zabialxa. Not Photographed: Richard Bozelc, Tina Scro, John Delatont. 78 3? ,- -. , - in r? . i f : J c, L. - K Y gf ,QE ,, f , L ' L ff W3 A "N, aku VA 'un lr' fe! T?- 'Wu 4 4 Y. ,vu QL' "'1h'3' my Sax 5.4 A "Why i Q1 Wh- T 9 71' 'fi Q77 'Su- '- 1? 4'- I 'fu Y' i r- THINK :- .-I q-. -Q.. -Q' THE NEW WORLD cmd Sw er Moy Q Mofwuco ore cl'Y'o1' synonymous uf MCHS Smce me school s foundcmcn Q e omf-room I-os co UreA me cuss rcorr o ue f e cmrwol 0 year Sora Conway oorv' 3 won e of he ovdunol r c go mp cz s for her schsmons n Adrmrmg We medcu or-' Qwfer Ju y Zu e Mme Hemwssy cmd Hprmow Grupenhc 9 The Mree sensors won co eg fsc1r,HrL.s L r e B g 1 Anne e Ro ev' The-could :mr x ord Bozell e- Cm e c C c, cz H D we Q Decen ber Mcvlcm 55 capfu 95 me .mefes of Corbmo Pecorc: Mary Arm Moz are lc: ond vo Nclenvn , "" ' - ' ' ig ' f L ' . .. i , .- - , A' 'f' 1 X ' 6 u ' g H - VV I A 'V QL , ',,,V , E ,X ' V ' A , ' 1 2 Q4 Z 'V X. ' ' '27 , X I 41- 4 QL .' 3' - , fl l 7 in A Q 'W 5 ,l,-fzgzlw Wm I 5 VM! f wc ' tl 1 4 v- 4 'LII ' 1 '7 ff as 4 , . - - 1 1 v f . A W . f X ' l .A . N . 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O CONE L9 K Aft ig. 2 el Nw. . .xn Q k,m:!?:tpwf, N ,ly at . ., ,, .Q f X Rodney' reveck all To Mary Af-n Vfozniok, Leo Eervuccio'i, Bennevf Afmiro ond Marion Se-Isky in Biology dass Joanne i.iIlIg ond Grace To.yIes check Coe-sc"s bcHle9-:-Wds an the mop and 11 'he book dwing 0 LO'-rw ll session. Page 20 I, ,U K ' 4 Y - 2515. , 'ig W Q fl V, W? 43- u by - . 135 Y M AH 1 1 6 N -2 si ,A ,K Ag 2 A 2, , .- 1 5 1 , ' x . i' lk . C7 In :Mig it 4 .1 'ff f - 'f 'evf' ,-1 7 7 S. , , LN-1 ' I , 5 W fy , 6 ., f ' . ' I A z 'U , X l 3 7, I l J XJ 3 , ' - 'J T Y X vi V7 l if -Y? I ? V. ' A I N, F' 'Q I ' l l 3 i F ii Wy' l -sl 8 1 A O ,- ,, . .4 vu , f "". ft H x we' I W ?' f an J . 4 ,all l x I' f, Q 1' . f Y fb f' 5. X i ,a .J 1- gs W Y SGDHOITIORES The sun reaches its zenith as sopho- more year begins. School activities are now a part of students who once thought them so new. Valentine's Day dance, probing into a microscopic world, changing from green dinks to blue all play an important part in making sophomore days so perfect. Renee Allen, Bennett Almiro, Burton Almquist, Frank Amari, Sandra Anderson, Joseph Aquif lera, Mary Balachia, Leo Bertuccioli, Bernadine Eozelr, Joan Bracy. Daniel Brannigan, Jerome Brunning, Dennis Calderisi, Josette Candella, Janice Cartin, Pae tricia Cartin, Nancy Casaletto, Michael Casset- tari, Sandra Cesario, Raymond Cloud. Virginia Colletti, Nancy Comelia, Michael Con- nolly, Charles Connor, Patricia Cuff, Janet De- Grazia, Loretta Deruisa, Thomasina D'lncogA nito, Judith Donahue, Sally Ann Emerich. Elaine Felilcsilr, Ronald Fernandez, Carole Flynn, Marybeth Foley, William Fuery, Raymond Gaast, Alexine Geddes, LaVergne Gill, Eileen Hand- schiegel, Patricia Hanlon. Thomas Harrity, Catherine lnfante, Judith Jameson, Helen Kenah, Theodore Kern, Shirley Krull, Jeraldine Kunio, Barbara Lavorata, Walter Lechowicz, Gertrude Lee. Marian Lee, Thomas Lejman, Rose Ann Lemalr, Joanne Lillig, Robert Lorenz, Bernice Marchese, William Marshalelx, Delourdes McBride, Diane McCoy, Loretta Miller. Raymond Miller, Charles Nicodene, Patricia O'Calloghan, Robert Pacione, Joyce Page, Hector Pedroza, Virginia Pedroza, Frances Ptest, Phyllis Pittman, Shirley Radoha. Virginia Rendelr, James Schiltz, Marian Selslcy, Rose Marie Severino, Walter Shaban, Donna Shpilcula, Marilyn Stoltman, James Theobald, Grace Towles, Mariorie Valenzuela, Marian Vitello, William Wedge, Carol Williams, Jean Wincheslri, Carol Winkler, Walter Wirth, Jacqueline Wolalr, Mary Ann Woznialr, Regina Zahora, Bernadine Zaremba. Not Photographed: Otto Birk, Barbara Hoey, Nadine Kwolilm, Ernest Lewis, Carole Schwind, Philip Rodgers, Page 21 The sun rmes and the day begms The clown of a new era unfolds as green dinks appear on the honzon This is the year of new things alg bra, St Patncks Day progrann Lahn ancl the exciting beginning of a new rouhne Juv asthe buds ofthe an are wakened by the nmng sun,so also, freshman year wakens the loys of coming school days Lucille Amarillo Barbara Angelo Phyllis An gelo Richard Anse ma Susan Baron Virginia Barnes Veronica Barron Carolann Bartelo Robert Berna ski Constance Beutel Jane Bezall Marlon Blake Arlene Bozelc Nancy Brandenburg Sandra Burns Mary Butler Nancy Choy Patrlcla Clrlrle Dorothy Conway Patricia Conway Geraldine Curtin Tony DeGrazla Josephine Deliberto Katy Derby William Dlnl Adolph Durpettl Mary Ann Falco Edith Ferguson Dorene Fischer Mary Flaherty Thomas Flynn Martin Forn-ento Robert Foster Kathleen Gaughan Judy Gleason Deanne Gnatek Joan Gorskn Rocco Greco Som Greco Steve Greco Janes Hanrahan Robert Hernandez Carol Hintgen Eugene Johnston Joyce Kerrigan, Thomas Kosinslci Robert Kawa.chulr Harry Kral Richard Laslci James Lepak, Lawrence lewlrowicz, Marietta Mottila, Ann McGovern Dolores Melera Geraldine Melvilie Patricia Mika, Lee Ann Nuccio Carol Page Rose PawlTclxi, Michael Perry. vonne Pesaresi Harold Pfest, Howard Pfest Marilyn Rizzo, Julius Rodriguez larry Ryan Ronald Rzepka, Patricia Sbalchiero, Cathy Schlitt Robert Serino. Jean Shulalr, Constance Simioni Julie Slcvareni- na, Elizabeth Sladek Amelia Solralski Bruce Stockler Joe Straube Cornelius Sullivan La- Vergne Szczech Mary Szymchzak. Suzanne Tierney Carol Tousant, Charles Tous- ant Barnette Tucker Steve Tugman Patricia Van de North Paul Vargas Christine Weber Judy Wenchowslci Marilyn Willie. Patricia Wingert, Frances Zummo, Not Photographed: Kenneth Fuery, Rasmo Casini, Louis Crudele. Page 22 vi Q7 5 " KG? 1. ,x Bl 'lilil un ul ntl' lu '.. Wf 'i si ,- ,.., wp Q' rc' "" v Q v .- -.. ' gs. f , V Q , ,v 'L A- f' V ' E, Qi , ti x7 - 151 , T- 'V A , f .K 7 . bl - A V A J T' - N - i V . g S Q, ,Q ,Ai ll A' A , r" , vw 1 Q aw - R -- Q, . .,, .V A .- ',, D26 hmen - I - P T S v T if J it 1-7 f V A Q, I V! ,J 4 , . 4 - x f - - '. . -,1 T T N 1 1 1 c V . . . I e- Q , ' "., f - , . ' '- V 4 F - 5 1 'N .Vg in l - - - - V 'J t 4, ,V - V VVVV i 6 , V , , I . .,., VM 'V 5 ,, , k 1 l ,Q 4 T ' ' T V f j' T - ' .T ' Q leaf T' ' v TV A Q .- ' , ' , 2 , ' 'T f f f t , . 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V' - 1 A 1 A , ' I ' f i I I 1 mom shomthsm IO KV Senior shorthand students, Rose' mary Surby, Carol Westhoft and Rita Ptalr take dictation from 'busif ness executivesf Gerald Johnston Rona'cl Gozdezlci and Eugene Gar- ski. Tlwe bays are members al ire typing class. Numbers dont puzzle treslwrnew algebra students as Stephen Greco, Sandra Burns and Michael Perry standingi explain polynomials ta Josephine Deliberto. Audiofvisual education is really enjoyed by the freshmen of Room 6, who have their own TX' set. The screen watchers cle Patricia Van de North, Jean Shulalc, Constance Si- mioni and Robert Bernctski. Page 26 ok Ms! my cu x wuwriowzki vu-mms 0 quiz Vo Jrwuo w or uk QWH du fov om- he con Oulu- Thu' omous re cr vyplsfs, Br-ovrucel MCGOW-r'v r uczlo of ermf r wn wr U va my Ann Swine ond Nov A W 5 F H . f 5 j ff gi . 5 Y' I i .....a--- .-.-.- -:msgs , U' cvzezc' N: -Jw, Qc, ww rmlccg, ffspecc fda-"N Pssf- Aww L:-'sk N: nas' Q4 can re-rs c :fs-wwe-w FNW-r I-r4f4cfBo1L-1 :wtf Quiz,-r ,-fy ITIGTZHGQ ADO OAC GO I0 school Last December mothers and fathers came to school to attend MCHS's annual Parent-Teacher meeting, and all agreed that this one set a new standard for open house gatherings. The parents of the freshmen and sophomores were greeted in the auditorium by Father Brett and then the hrst and second year classes were visited by the "students" for a day. While parents of the underclassmen were at- tending to their lessons, Father Regan spoke to the families of the upper-classmen. Junior and senior classes were next invadedg in al- most all cases the students accompanied their parents, proudly intro- ducing them first to their teachers before relinquishing their desks to "Mom" and "Dad." Members of the Honor Society were official hosts and hostesses for the day. x "9 . 3 JW ', tr 1 v 1 Janice Cartin, Daniel Brannigan and William Wedge aired their knowledge of the world in sophomore geography class for their admiring parents, while Anne Triptow checked an answer to a problem with Jewell Budriclc in a math class. Del' anne Burns and Katherine Keating ex- changed views on the some problem, but no parent offered to help. Focal point of interest at tt-e Open House was the go- thering of parents in the first floor corridor where they were met by the principal, Sister Mary Cecil. A cheerful class of parents overflowed a iournalism session so that many had to stand. s. 'lf- KLVAC F' 'WWE " 'HG ICN-693 Q . X K -f 5511 A OA is mme of many thinnys 'Our Lady, in every land a shrine is built to theef Capturing Marys apparitions in miniature, Otto Birk and Marjorie Valenzuela complete their Marian year proiects, Those "far-away places with strangefsounding names' Decicon to second year Spanish students, Marian Lee, Judy Jameson, Nadine Kwolik, Burton Almquist, James Schiltz, Robert Lorenz, Michael Cassettari, Mary Beth Foley and Barbara Hoey istandingl. Seated are adventurers, Bernice Marchese, Judy Donahue, Gertrude Lee and LaVergne Gill, lt's religion time for the sopho' more students when Father Brett arrives for his daily session. aavsvw.--an-L11-r.fM.wf,:.,. -v -, A..,q. -...,...,. ,-1--. tw:-puswxfs. ef-. 1-,W . -.. ,ons ., , ,,, . . , . . ,..- ...1.,.s. - At Intervals between our hovering studies and a good mghts sleep we have managed to embroucler our day wlth a few actlvztues outside the redm of academlccunmdum A cheertng pep club our honor society tfte gay afternoon mixers and of course those evemng dances with their sunt coats and cuff llnlcs lace trimmed dresses and hugh heeled shoes a Htlmo ourpaHenxofsoaalupbnng mg And If each actlvlty were to rep resent a single stitch un thus pattern we would flnd tnat all these are need ed to unfold the beautiful design ex oosed In the weavlng of a successful lle Page 31 ,gy , , V - 1 x. 7 Y .V.V H 3 ny , ' 1. s t '1L'ft-.4,g,.tat.,s.. 'f ' ' 5 ,- - 11: , I H it . . , I I I , I D - ' I I I l ' I ' I 1 I . Zi M sf 1' 'l' Qi 1 at A 1 3 iw Q I if runnin 1 X YP'- '0' ',' li f f 2 . , 431 fi!" ma A I i 'H v, .-' .,..' in A womlo of paint Way up on the third floor at the south end of the building perches the Nest, abode of the senior journalists. Here in the sancta sanctorurn of print, assignment sheets are posted, copy is typed, headlines are ached out, pages are dummied up and mailing lists are compiled, There is seldom a moment when the typewriter keys do not sta- catto their message that "the staff is at work." Scissors, paste, rulers, stacks of paper and erupting waste baskets testify to the activity of the journalists. From the Nest comes the PHOENIX newspaper, the PHOENIX ALUMNI and the PHOENIX YEARBOOK. -7-i...,.- ...., Interviewing is fun, especially when the pretty subject is o stage star. Lynda Rousseau and Patricia Le Hew end a visit with Nancy Malone, of "Time Out for Ginger" by asking the young actress tor her autograph. Actor James Stewart, in town for a preview, was also the subject ot an interview by Josephine Priola and Dorothy Cuff. In the Nest with that do not dsturb' look about them are senior journalists 'standing Joanna Giornetti, Florence Heflin, Marie Amarillo, Rosemary Surby, Herman Grupenhagen, Margaret Magouran, and seated Lynda Rousseau, Pa'ricia LeHew, Gerald Schmidt, Ellen Razk and Maureen uasey. ef I 1 1 xx JI My 1 7- 7- vol ,ar " who me we tom n eection day, and this year it was the proverbial rainy day, it was hard to tell which candidates were the Favorites. Vlfeelcs ot poster making that lured the voters from the tirst fioor in the "footsteps of the famous" to the third, climaxed with a giveeaway cone test on election nnorning. All day suck- ers, paper hats, badges, pins and a 'variety ot hard candy with scintillating literature were pressed upon the un- suspecting voters. A campaign rally which served to introduce the nomi- nees to the students had already fois- ted slogans of "It's a Woman's World," and "Win with Ward" on the voters, The thrill of parading all around the square in breathless dampness, the sober listening to the tinal speeches of the candidates over the P.A., the seri- ous taslc ot calmly casting a vote and the exhilaration of the Presidential Ball spell happiness on election day. Pcrades prove a prcrniient part ol the e'e:tion campaign as candidates and voters march around the Cathedral square en-route to the polls, The rain darnaened uniforms but not enthusiasm. Sod sacks display sp'rit in c'eani:'ig'bag garb. Valiant voters expressed poiitical beliefs and party promises, while the contented can aidates show confidence with winr-ing srni'e: Horns hai'ed noted nominees. Shoulderrto- Shoulder rau'ine provided transportation lor delegates, Prize posters, cdorning a school hall, are admired by Judy Zullcie and Char' lotte tntante. Presidential ball brings voters and candi- dates. together. Josephine Priola and Rosalyn Ventura congratulate Rita Walsh as victor. Michael Hennessy dances with runner-up Sheila Harrity. Page 35 tea time In oklahoma The iurtiors of Room 2 served up a Hnnkey spedal' atthe pre-Thonksgiwng dance by produdng two skhg HTea forTwoH and MOkbhomaf Song and dancerounneswere underthe dhechon of Abra- ham Gonwz whHethereahs ncscenery was deagned and conswucted by Lohta Armen- darh and Ann Dolphin.Diawe Keahng wasthe accompanht forthe pedormance So ea- ger was the applause that the juniors pronnsed an en- core for another clay. Behind the scenes crew, congre- gating after the performance, are Mary Ann Calamia, Anne Triptow, Sylvia Birlm, Diane Pierce, Barbara Dunlap, Carol Grundhoefer, Richard Barnes, Ronald Scarpoci, Louise Brooks, Bernadine Lolley and Carol Dunlap. Tea wasnt available, but after dinner colces were enjoyed by Ger- ald Bobrowslci, Joann Price, Marie Beckman, Rita Surby, Philip Kan- naby and Elaine Lorenz in the quaint setting of Studs Place, where Jerome Ryan was head waiter, Mole leads in Oklahoma" were captured by Herold Kell, Burton Peterson, Richard Bozelc and Rich' ard Kaczrnarek Saucy steps are executed by Po' tricia carnurn, Herald Keil, Burton Pe'e-rson and Eleanor Zabiako. Producerfdirector Abraham Gomez beams proudly with Patricia Farn' urn, Herald Keil, Eleanor Zobialra, Burton Peterson and Richard Bozell in the grand finale Page 36 we wish you A mommy chrslstnms Yolevide grf--ins ci lov. li aL..ns and fire lwonrl work C: FHOENlX for-rli?or Murgare' Mogcuron crvavf-s U clwarrn Cr-rrfnras slrrrner for We Nos' Arnong vhs' rnosr lnvolnilol 'rangers was Hu- one- vrclcwcl by Jurnvs Honrolron unrl Jumps lvjzcrlf cllrfrdly above- flu- nr::.n irrrlrcmcv Tu-vs in ins- background cnil a snow sprcryvd winflovv Lrvovrfd o lifflv lun! ol Clirisfrnas viglr' in Nw school Hero on ornmnr-n1, fiiero an ornoment, everywhere an orra ment ond everywhere workers too! Sewiors Marvin Daigre Ecr- baro Bracy, Marie Goa, Clai'6- Forcl, Joanne Modica and Geri oldine Bowen Yrie-d Vlwir orris try on Room 4 s tree. Even ?l'rc- bulls-vin boards a'e dwssed in o holiday display cl Cnrisrrncs time Arranging pr:- iuros here are Carol Page, Mary Erflf-r and Noncy Choy, Juniors Colle-cuff: o rrrulfimce ci toys in Room 3 fo help in-err soy Happy Chrisvrnas to neooy rnilaren. Anrhony Casrelvexni Mary Lou Braun, Madeline Owe' rf-'r Dominic Foraci and Judiv' Mdefand play hirn some cl we 'r -rciufes. And wlror rs 'nf homo-,r sea' son .wivhoui rne fradirronal :fx els? A1 cr singing session Us sewer: Catherine LoCcy, L:- ra fe Errner, Adrienne Finn, Cc' C Cannirrgrrofr- Alrce Foley, Q 3' O Melcher, Riro Killian Mc' gow' Searnor' Theresa Cz-'E Orc: Pa'ricio Hoey Page 38 if Z- :M- HA..-qu... 05. Q0 Page 40 its time to Qelax g in- li F-, W' 42.5 , ,. r A i SS-L, Li' After school relaxation fnds Otto Birk and Rober' Pacione installing o new clock in Room 9 May Coronation climaxes the religious ceremonies of the year The Queen, Feorn Losor, carries the crown, which symbolizes the honor and glory attributed to Our l.oay Attending the Queen are Ellen Rosk and Rosalyr- Ventura. Library Club members, Carole Schwind, Arlene Myers, Barbara Johnson, Pavricia OCoilaghon, Elizabeth Niederkorn, and DeLourdes McBride, prove reloxotion is work. Latest fashion news and views were presented to ardent listeners by Mrs. Dernir, o Patricia Stevens fashion consultant, Democracy shines forth, as Herold Keil captures Grst place in the Oro toriral Contest. Congratulations are bestowed upon him by his fellow contestants SDGRIS Someones In the stands yellm hooray for Mundelem Heres one cheer whnch escapes an a hugh spurned manner from our hoarse throats at every football and basketball game we play win or lose This may well be called our battle cry a shou pass after every touchdown offer each basketball pulls those precxous points through the drapmg net cheer mg our players on to a wmnmg sea son T s ns the cry which wlll ec o through the empty corridors long at ter the Purates have looted their last greatest treasure a heaping heart full of Mundelelns splrlt Page 41 ll I ' ' f . 1 . ,, ,V , - t which rings out after every successful f , I . hi ' ' ' h -f-.4 '- J.. footisall v x 'snr' I Home, are fhe conquerors afver a year's battle: fslandingl Jim McDonough, Ken Cyzen, Bill Fuery, Leroy Bobrowski, Ed Wedge, Bob Lindstrom, Pat Connolly, Ray Gaasf, Bob Novak, Richard Bozek, Ar? Miller, Dick Brandenburg, Richard Barnes and Roy Cloud, Ckneelingl Charles Tousanf, Bob Bernafski, Tom McLennan, Walter Lecho- wicz, Dennis Calderisi, Jan Ramirez, Ken Zech and co-capiain Mike Hennessy. Mikes partner, John Ray, is not shown. Half iime is a welcomed relief as Mike Hennessy and Ed Wedge Talk it over wiih the Coach, Sian Gould. The long way around is lalren by Ed Wedge in The Lake Geneva game, Eager substiiutes look persuasively ai assisfant coach, Jim Shaughnessy. At game's end ihe players relax after tight de- fensive ploy in The Lake Geneva game. Score Mundelein 6 - Norihwestern Military Academy O. f NJN., 1-it 1 Y' O 1 Y MPS-'i' f ,i 1 . I , .IP A 1 Q 5 1 g nn " ' 'fmt' A 1.054 K 5 Ft I i 'li ,tt , -1'- ff' : ,,, "--321g Q 1 ,.r!', A g. W 1 V 4 4"!f'rf,f W P' f. Alf ig f, A M ...V ' ' "' '- IJ 2 1. ' L L xy A 1 -- , ,0'l2f" k " V "" P, Y A ax, ,, an ab 11: w '1 ' 0 9 1 WW' 4 M i4 Y- , , , , 4 vm- ff .3 A ' -. 1 1. p 32 ' 4 lip Z f g,,,,, gso MLM ,4 V .40 MV' ni.. " '?,,' v' A-Q A wg, 'S iijfld ,QQ Q , 4, Y . , , , ' k "' 1 I X 'fs- 5 'ml x Q 'T f xv QS . '13 '1 A-a A P Wm f Q 1 P , , ' W 'M A -pl f., . A, ,,, L- . ' , Ib " , ft, 0' Tx, X' In , 1 Ri S V , .45 :Q'Ws Y .N I 1 ffl' N 'f uh - 8 X. 51... P "V tag 'J A 4 Q w, ' i z Q -.... ,iii- .-f oi' Y' 3 .. I I Y A 'xxx AX, , , is Q 'fy X , X I 4 -N . A. N vii' Sv" x,,,.,"?- Aften the Bal is oven A successful season of six wins and two losses enlists the boastfulness of H54-55N Pi- rates. Following the last game of the year was the Football Frolic, at which 300 students enjoyed an evening of danc- ing and refreshments. High- lighting the entertainment were the top dance tunes, played by the Kay Combo. The celebration marked the close of another "best" in the annals of our history. Mike Hennessy and John Ray, co- captains of the Pirates, bestow a crown of victory on Charlotte Drey er, their chosen Queen of the Foot ball Frolic. Good Night Ladies, echoes Fo- ther Regan, as he demonstrates his own singing style for 'night owls, Florence Gallagher swoys her audience with the lilting lyrics at Blue Moon and other popular hits at the night out. Ot the gridiron, Edward Wedge wh,rIs member of the Queens court, Carol McDermott about the darv:e floor with striking rhythm l 5 AHC As we stand now, in the midst of this perfect day, the brilliant rays of Light and Truth shining upon us, we can see how all these pieces to the puzzle are needed to complete the meaning of our education. Without study, there is no knowledge. With- out sports, the light of our spirit is dimmed. Without activity, we cannot amplify our social disposition. So too, without remem- bering God's goodness in giving us these things, we cannot look back with pride in our hearts to say, "Thanks, God, for our years at Mundeleinf' 4 0 A a 4 1 special patnons Has Emmence Samuel Cardlnal Strltch Archbushop otCh1cago Rt Rev Msgr Patruck J Hayes Rev Emmett T Regan Rev John McAvoy Rev James D Brett Rev John Banahan Very Rev Msgr James C Harduman Rev John Marren Rev Robert G Herne Rt Rev Msgr Joseph Morrlson Rev James Murtaugh Mother Mary Josnta B V M Suster Mary Rnchardme B V SlstersofChar1ty B V M Rev Alfred Abramowucz Al 81 Dave s Sandwich Shop Amarillo Phlllp Amerucan Camera 81 Photo Supply Archer Hoyne Federal Savlngs 81 Loan Babula Ed Baran Mr 81 Mrs Edward Beckman Memory of Wllllam Bernatskl Family Bnngo 8. Anne s Tap Room Bogan Tom Bosworth Alfred W Attorney at Law Bracy Mr 8rMrs Fred Brannlgan Mrs Margaret Braun Mary Lou Breaux Mrs Wlllle Brovullet Honorable Hector State Representatlve Broza Gerry Rt Rev Msgr Edward M Burke Calderlsl Mr 8. 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