Nazareth Academy - Alexine Yearbook (La Grange Park, IL)

 - Class of 1958

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Chrzlsf, T5 Q jfing, ouzfce 0 ana! QEOUQ When God first breathed life into our bodies. he bestowed upon us our First Love pat. He is the Fountain of Love that never runs dry, and to which fountain we should often go to replenish our supply of the precious nectar that has wrought such changes in those who drink it. Then. and onlv then, will Living come to be the closest experience to the happiness that the world continues to crave. I New Q, 4- wx X A B 'Ui 1, ,Bode 0 A czmzy Living lovingly and peacefully and close to the family, spreading kindness, consideration, patience and obedience is the way the first Father planned it. May His divine light guide the parents in their responsibility so that they may lead their children to imitate the virtues of His youth. Love 0 gzfzbncziskzps Blessed are they who have the gift of making friends, for it is one of Gods best gifts. What a dull existence it would be without them. Nazareth girls will carry away many happy friendships. sf - pdl . 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He has been the instrument of God in bringing the serum of faith to many. Naza- reth girls appreciate you, Father, and they want you to know it. Cglxfer Airy rfiizdztrf, Although Sister Paulita has the work of Assistant principal and science teacher, she has taken upon herself the task of caring for the after school occupants of Room 222. Her efficient work in the office com- bined with willingness to help solve the problems of the girls, leave few, if any, spare moments. ftgwu wir! if sw often in ns Am fffsi our fllfll J if Q was yon. 'Sis for 'er N 'hier Mary QMQA1 er. During the past several years. Nazareth has more than thiublcti its m bership. In spite of this increase. Sister Pvlarv Oliver has met the mimx' nexx problems that increased numbers bring. with a calmness and kindness as x-:ell as an efficiency that has been an inspiration to everycmc there. Page I3 'T' 5 Sister Mary Aclelbert fiviivral VVork Sister Mary Aquinas Anierivgan History Religion Sister Mary Carolyn Religion 7BC!AUl'0l'S Zilla! me gait! of Lecz1'11z'11g Sister Mary Adrienne Home litoiiimiiiius Stiidcnt C-viinril Hall fliiards Sister Mary Aquinata Science Residents Freshnian Mocleiuitor Sister Mary Cecilia lnstriiinental Mtisir Orehestra as if 5, f RSE 'wan-ul Sister Mary Antoinette Hcaltli Protiram Srhiwol Nurse l:lIl'.ll'C Nurses Club liinzor Legion of Nlary lVlo4ler.itor Sister Mary Bernice Sister Mary Carl Qtliuc Finantes Nliisic lpianol Freshinan Sodalitx' lVloClcrgitor Religion Miss Mary Coerber Sister Mary Constance lfnglisli lxiliitliviiiatiqs 'lv' Sister Ethna Marie Nliisit' Pulilie Rentals for parents Piano lfnsemlvle Class Piano Repertoire Class Annual Auditions me zgzkms cznrf ,Cay Zzczfffy Cglzrfe Ay CSKA Miss Berenice Crimmins Danting Sister Marv Edu ardetta Rt liqion Cixrnnieru il Suphoniort Cl iss Modt r itor Miss Mary Eqan Litin Mathematics Sister Mary Elizabeth Sewing Sewing for Charity Sister Mary Evangelista Science lBiulogyJ Senior Sodality lVloclerator Miss Marilyn Flaherty lvlathernatics Cheerleaders Page lb Mrs. Iohn Denissen Office Clerk 1-9 44116211 2 Miss Helen Di Tullio Commercial Cheerleaders Moderator ib- lQhLfQlf JD C9174 cf y U nt! LMWA BELOW Sister Marie Louise Srience tliiulogyi Giiidgimc Direetur .md Ciiiizi T Iiinior Sodulity IVI-wtlvrustiir M.irizm Direetrcss Sister Maureen Therese Liitin Swdgility iVioQier.itwr Residents Mrs. Noretta Miller M.1them.itics Library 'S ABOVE Sister Mary Laurence Physical Iidllgillillll G.A.A, Student i.e.iders Miss Carolyn Marschzill D lfngilish .1 f Suninl Studies , ,, Miss Therese IWitigix'zi ' 5 ifnqlish "F -.f-,vfgrgvidm .aw " L 3: 2 - ., f r ' - . ' ' - ' f PW 4 3 'Ib-.qv I . i 5-K 'si . -, ' f C ?ff"wH ' f ". I1 v ,' ., P 1- wmv gh...-" 21?-ffrf.. ,771 - au 1 ' " ' B45 was I- ABOVE Sister Niziry Loyola S-atml Stiitiirs St-iiiur Clmss Xbtivriitur Aliiziiiiiii' iXiwLier'.:tur Sister Fwiiuhziel Ann QIIVSL' SirLir1l1IX' win'!',ilnJi'. Rvilqllhli Sister i'X'1i1'lilIIl Rose Niixsit' c:1Zir!'.ti1x'Y"- fi .eg -Q f 4 FA nn, DQ: 8 Y G! LAO' CV ' ll rzsfmiom. U . zcle or 0 QfOl'lfl YR 'tif is 'C' X-l Miss Nada Savovich Business liduuation Y.. Mother Thomas Study Hour Mail Coaching Mrs. Barbara Blanchard Cafctcria 1 Q Miss Elizabeth Seilheimer Mrs. Lena Springer Science lBiologyl Home Economics Sister Mary Wilma Scienw lChemistryl Camera Club Moderator Mrs. Eleanor Wren Cafeteria .li .Q-A-A Mr. Anthony Guerra Cafeteria Manager Mrs. Marguerite Herron Cafctcria i lt' K T699 iijlre FCEJZQI? W Upper left picture: Mrs. li. Schaiideiieckcr. Mrs. T. Brisch. Mrs. L. Upper right picture: Mrs. L. Bernhard, Mrs. P. Duncan fprcsiclcntl. Streck. Nlrs. li. Breneisen caught lwy the camera as they entered. Sister M. Olixer, Mrs. l. I. Schiltz fVice Presidentl. Mrs. Munao 1TreasurerI irtcct to discuss card party plans. Lower left picture: Seated: Mrs. G. VVcinrich. Standing: Mrs. Lower right picture: Mrs. H. Mtlice, Mrs. T, Durand, Mrs. R. H. Glimco, Nlrs. R. MclVlahon. lVlrs. C. Ambrose that over ii friendly Hiililmrt. Mrs. A. Schaefer. lVlrs. Kelly, preparing to leave the cup of tea. meeting. M.YZlZCZl'5I UWC X of QVS Ll Q7 X717 A 'CDM You are cordially invited to the lVlothers'Clt1b Meeting. Place Nazareth Academy Time First Wednesday of every month. Agenda lnformative lectures. Refreshments will he served too. PS. Also introducing the Fathers' Auxiliary. organized for the main pur- pose of planning the O.L.B. Card Party. Qn special occasions both organizations meet either for pleasure or for planning the activities that help support Nazareth. Page 20 gathers gyfif QDFQCU ings czzczreff Seated: lVlr. G, Kickels, Presi dent: lVlother VV.illiurga: lVlr. H. Vagvnius, Secretary. Standing: lVlr. Gibson, Treasurer: Mr. L. Strock, 2nd Vice President: Mr. P. lf. Duncan. lst Vice Pres ident: Nlr. C, Birkbeck, Mtirshall FATHERS' AUXILIARY . . . Very often affairs come up at Nazareth where the help of men is needed, and for these occasions Nazareth can always depend upon the fathers to Come forward with their time and good judg- ment on various methods of raising funds for the school. At all important evening functions the Fathers' Club is on hand to give a hand. A big "thank you" is in order for them. Mr, and Mrs, VV. H. Pol-corny are heing shown the Kith N Kin decorations by their daughter, Dale. who was dc-toraton committee chairman. G. Donxufrio. her escort. is with her. Page 21 okcferf CJ I Q Learbfzg rzvzes KV? Biff? 5 YA" 'X I1 'Xvtrlo SIS I l R MARX LOS Ol 'X'lALIRl'l N LOU IINS BARBARA Pl lxlNX iXfN'N CRAKAVX SXLLY RIDLEY lllwt pi L lNll rt 1 P idtnt turvl- Swrct rx' Under the spiritual and educational traininq ofthe Sisters and lav facultv at Navareth for four years. we, the Seniors should be able to take our place in society as fine examples of Catholic ladies. good citizens and loyal workers. It is with sincere gratitude to all of our teachers that We leave the friendly halls of N.A. and. with reluctance, accept the parting of our ways. P41022 D1 ANNE ALLEGRETT1 . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science . . . G.A.A. 1: Announcer Staff 3: Orchestra 1 . . . she can't forget '57 Announcer dance . . . likes the sound of wedding bells . . . "Di-Do" says shed rather not be told to do what she has already done. ROSEMARY ALTIER1 . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Math., Latin, Science . . . Choral Club Secretary: Treasurer 2,3.4: Legion of Mary: Drama 3.4: Cecilian Choraliers: Camera Club 4: Co-Editor of Announcer . . . "Ro" will be satisfied to do Gods will . . . cherishes Ring Day memories. SANDRA BARTUNEK . . . 1956-1958 . . . History, English . . . Clee Club . . . 1'Sam" wants a happy home with ten questoning faces to keep her busy . . . wonders why mailmen are never on time . . . enjoys romping at Bogans with her pals. KAY BELDERSON . . . 1954-1958 . . . English . . . "Kitty" scratches out diets, but purrs sweetly at the mention of Ring Day at N.A. and good ol' homeroom 312 . . . wants to make some one happy some day. PATRICIA BERAN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . G.A.A. 1,21 Drama Club 4 . . . some nice gentleman could make her happy . . . the Sophomore Talent Show gets "Magoo's" vote as an outstanding memory gem . . . class trips and Iunior Prom also get a rating. MARY CLAIRE BICEK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Latin . . . Student Leader 3: C.A.A. 1.2: Sodality 1.23: Drama 1,2,3.4: Class Treasurer 2: Vice President of Drama Club 4 . . . to rear a good Catholic family is "Mares" ambition . . . scorns hypocrisy . , . that 127 Thanksgiving program stands out. CLAIRE BIRKBECK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Science. Latin. Math . . . Drama l,2.3.-1: Secretary of Drama Club 3: Legion of Mary 3,4: Orchestracrats 2.3.4 . . . "know-it-ails" better stay Uclaireu of this future science prodigy . . . memories of Toga-clad day ring in her ears. ROSALIND BIERKE . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Science. Math . . . future nurse Rose will insist on tidy seamed nylons . . . relishes the thought of graduation . . . the first day at N.A. and the day the rings arrived are her top memories. Page 23 ARLENE AEBISCHER . . . 1956-1958 . . . English. Business . . . G.A.A. 3,-1 . . . '1Abbie's" affair to remember is her first day at N.A .... this Shakespearean bookworms favorite haunt is the gym . . . first D.T. is a vivid memory. MARILYN AESCHLIMAN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English . . . Sodal- ity: Treasurer of Legion of Mary 3.4: Student Council Representa- tive 2.3.4 . . . heres a little "Mouse" who wants to go around the world in eighty days . . . Ring Day was a thriller for her. BARBARA BLAHA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . G A. 1,2,3: Student Council 'lg Legion of Mary 2 . . . Ring Day was 'blow-out for "Bubbles" . . . this future secretary enjoyed being Miss Moline's room representative . , . in her food favorites, dont look for liver and onions. ANNE BOGAN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Latin. Matla, History . . . Sodality l,2,3: business editor of the Announcer . . . "kiss-thi Blarney Stone Annie" mourns the burial of locko . . . vividly recalls her first detention and the Sophomore Talent Show. CARLEEN ANN BOSKE 1954 1958 Science English Math Choral Club 1 Sodality 1 Legion of Mary 3 4 Pres dent of Future Nurses Club Car questions the supremacy of men drivers a nursing career and the Announcer Dance set her on Cloud 9 MIDGE BOUCEK 1954 1958 History Math English here s a little Turtle thats never on schedule she s waiting for a thirty six hour day good ol 312 ranks tops Sod ility Q23 vice prefect 4 Student Council Representative 3 Alexine ta 4 BARBARA BRENEISEN 1954 1958 English Science Math Sodality 1 2 3 4 Camera Club 4 Choral Club 1 2 3 4 Alexine 3 Booster Club 4 President of Drama Club 4 being a credit to God and her family is paramount in Barb s opinion Loyola Play Festival rates a star PATRICIA BURGMAN . . 1954-1958 , . . English Commercial Math . . . Choral Club . . . "No" says Pat "it's not an E but a " . . . wants to be successful in the role of a wife and mother . . . Ring Day! what a memory! DIANE CADA . 1954-1958 . . . English . . . Student Council Representative 1' Secretary "Di" can't strike out Ring Day mem- ories . . . cautions drivers to use their directional signals . . . good ol' 312 brings back memories. MARY CALIENDO . . 1954-1958 . . . Latin English History Math . . . Sodality l' Drama 4' Student Librarian 2: Leg'on of Mary 2- Booster Club 3' Hall Guard 3 . . . seeks justification for accusation . . . pedagogue "Mare" will shower her pupils with rainy Ring-day stories and memorable 326. MAUREEN CALLAHAN . . . 1955-1958 . . . Latin, Science, English, Math . . . Student Leader: Choraliers 3,42 Sodality: Drama: editor of Announcer: Glee Club 2.3.4 . . . Warbler "Mo" will sing her way to Asia and Africa . . .Ring day, Operetta practice and Eddie Hubbard strike a pleasing chord. ANNETTE CASIELLO . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Sodality 2,3: G.A.A. 1,2,3 . . . she makes no 'Bones' about her disgust for late date-keepers . . . confesses she likes the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding March . . . Sno-Ball dance of '57 is a fond memory. Page 24 IUDITH CIRKVA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science, lVlath . . . Library Club 1,21 Cv.A.A. 1: Booster Club 3: Alexine -1 . . . noisy people and tests irk Nludyu . . . band of gold appeals . . , wouldnt mind having a Romulus and Remus . . . fond memories recall good ol' 312. CECILE COCHRANE . . . 1954-1958 . . . Latin. English. Science , . . Sodality 2.3,-f: Alexine 3: Student Council: Choral Club . . . to say 'ASalve. Sancte Petrelu is "Cile's" ambition . . , hopes there will be no over-the-shoulder readers beyond the pearly gates . , Carols and 326 get her O.K. FLORA COGLIANESE . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . Choral Club 1: Librarian 1: Student Council Representative -1 . . . bring your facial problems to beautician UFlo" . . . she cant digest back seat drivers . . . good ol' 312 will be a permanent memory, GAIL COLBURN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science. lV1ath . , . Legion of Mary 1,2,-f: Drama Club 4: editorial board of Announcer 4: Cvlee Club 1,2,-1 . . . thinks twins would be great . . . says men can be difficult . . . '57 Announcer dance will never have an equal . . . it was heavenly! MAUREEN COLLINS . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Math . . . Treasurer of Legion of Mary 1,23 Student Council 3. Class officer 1,4 . . . HMO" gives a cold shoulder to pushy people . . . longs to see Ireland . . . enjoyed the Prom and Freshman Retreat. MARY ANN CRISARA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Commercial . . . Cecilian Choraliers 2,3: Student Leader 3 . . . dont disturb happy "Mac" when shes busy . . . appreciates being educated by the wonderful nuns at N.A .... wont forget her many friends. Ring Day and the Dances. DOROTHY CZARNY . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. History, Com- mercial, Math . . . N,A.S.C. -1 . . . "D.1tt'e" thinks vacations and Ring Day are tops . . . wont forget thint first detention .ind the compositions she had to write . . . her motto in the futun- - "cheaper by the dozen," ELINOR DION . . . 195-1-1958 . . . English, History . . . Choral Club, Sodality. Alexine Staff , . . aims to be a good w fe and mother . . . "El" puts thumbs down on conceited people , , . Ring Day rings a pleasant bell . . . but not so with her first dete-iii in GERR1 LEE CASSIDY . . . 1954-1958 . . , English, Math . . . Urchestra 1.2.3,-1: Future Nurses -1: Sodality 1: Cv.A.A. 1.2,3 . . . nurse 'ACasey' registers complaints against unfinished sentences . , . has her eyes on the bridal path . . . good ol' 312 incites nostalgia. MARY ANN CHUMAN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Latin. Science, Math . . . Student Council 1: Legion of Mary -1: Choral Club 3,-1: Choraliers: Drama , . . medical technologst "Mac4' will join the "Germ VVatchers Society' . . .will put an end to the "why" askers . . . Freshman daze clings to her memory. '-ul' MAUREEN DUNLAVY . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Commercial . . . G.A.A. l,2,3,4 . . . this future receptionist will no longer have to cope with homework . . . "Mos" first day at school and Ring Day have made an indelible impression on her. PATRICIA EICHINGER . . . 1954-1958 . . , English, Commercial, Math . . . G.A.A. l,2,3: Alexine Staff 3: Student Leader 3 . . . the highlights of "lke's" high school Clays are Ring Day and dis- secting a frog in Biology . . . to be a good wife and mother would fulfill her fondest hope. IUNE EVERY-CLAYTON . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Math . . . G.A.A. 1: Booster Club . . . matrimonial bliss is for this Miss . . . would like a repeat on Ring Day . . . bashful people bother her . . . will never forget Miss Landrigans Driving Class. CAROL FANTETTI . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Commercial . . . her first day at Nazareth was an experience she will long remember . . . likes to ride in top down convertible . . . prays to be a success in whatever she may do. BARBARA FEARY . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Math . . . G.A.A. l . . . this future pulse taker thinks she could manage a whole Navy . . . good ol' 312 and those fun-filled free days have made N.A. a lasting memory. KEREEN FORSTER . . . 1954-1958 . . . Latin, Science, English, Math . . . Orchestra 1,25 Drama 3,-1: Library Treasurer 3: Student Librarian l,4g Legion of Mary 2,3,4: Camera 4: Future Nurses 4: Booster Club 4: Alexine 4 . . . has lofty notions about Navy "Blue Angel" jet . . . unforgettable experiences are hall guard badge and visits to old folks home. MARY FUNK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . Legion of Mary 2,3,-1: Vice-President of Legion 3,43 Alexine Staff 4: Booster Club . . . exams on days before vacation don't make a hit with "Mare", Mike Todd's competitor . . . will never forget lock picking in the dark halls . . . Prom night memories linger on. IACKIE FUSHIMI . . . 1955-1958 . . . English, History, Math . . . Student Leader 3: Choral Club 2,3,4 . . . reminiscing on the N.A, dances gives "Bidinsky" many pleasant memories . . . has thoughts fixed on marriage and the patter of five pair of feet. Page 26 CAROL DOEMLAND . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Latin . . . Legion of Mary 2,3, Secretary 'la Choral Club: horrors! she missed the 3:59 again . . . likes the sound of Mrs. and baby footsteps . . . Brigadoon days keep coming back to her. PHYLLIS DIANE DRAGOS . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Math . . . Drama Club '11 Alexine representative -1 . . . conceited males are 'iblackballedu from "Scoobie's" list of nice things such as Ring Day and Prom night. MARY ANN GADZINSKI . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Math . . . Sodality: Booster Club: Clee Club: Student Librarian . . . that lirst 40 WIJM tiinilu will guide "lVligi's' footvefs to bigger 'ind better things . , . shes a strong advocate for marricd life . . . lVlay Crowuing Day crowns all events. BARBARA GALAS . . . 1954-1958 . . . lfuglish, Science . . . Future Nurses' Club . , . "l5.irb'. the nurse. should make a good mother . . . she s busy. but never too busy to be on time for an appoint- ment , . . dotes on operettas and proms. KATHY GANNON . . . 1954-1958 . . , English, Math . . . Sodal- ity 1 . . . late comers annoy Lady Gannon . . . would love to try her hand at rearing nine boys for a future baseball team of her own . . . Notre Dame and Ring Day hold choice memories. CAROLE GANZE . . . 1954-1958 . , . English. Science. Latin. Math . . . Legion of Mary 1,2: Sodality 3,-1: Booster Club 3.-1: Cv.A.A. 2,3,-1: Drama Club 3.-1: Library Club 12.3, lSecretary 31: Orchestra 1.23: Alexine Staff 3.-1 . . . mourns the girl in the green dress . . . shes headed for the bridal path. . . Oh - that good ol' 312. PATRICIA GENOVESE . . . 1954-1958 . . . lfuglish, Mzith , . Student Librarian . . , loguacious people disturb Pat . . . was stun- ned by her lirst detention . . . plans to do some research on why people chatter so much , . . would like to relive Ring Day. IEAN GERSTER . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. llistory . , . G.A.A. l.2,3,4: Library Club 21 Varsity Volleyball -1: S idality 1: Orchestra 1,23 Announcer 3,-1: Alexine -1: Choral 1 . . . wants to be a journal- ist . . . cant forget cooking class and lunior pitnic. SHARON GIBSON . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Latin. Science. Math . . . Legion of Mary 3,-1: G.A.A. 1.23,-1: Student leader 3.-1: Varsity 3,42 Future Nurses' Club lSeCretaryi: Camera Club lSec- retaryj . . . "Sherrie4. future Florence Nightingale". carries away with her the beautiful auditorium mass celebration. DIANE GILLHAM . . . 1954-1958 . . . History, English , . . Diane is discontent with no mail delivery . . . she is planning ahead hop- ing for a big family, six boys and three girls . . . her best mein- ories are her first days at N.A. PATRICIA GORMAN . . . 1954-1958 . . , lfnglish. Spanish. History, Math . . . Alexine 2: Cvlee Club 1.2: G A,A. 2: Booster Club -1 . . . good manners are a must ..,A Corin craves success, but even success couldnt obliterate her memory of Ring Day. ANNE GRAKAW . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Latin. History . . , Legion of Mary 1,-1: President of Legion 3.-1: Student Council 2.3: Class Officer -1: Announcer Staff -1 . . . Annie s target is misspelled words . . . memory lanes include lunior Sno-Ball and Freshman Mardi Cvras. lnaj? 27 IOAN GRALE . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science, Math Student Leader 3.4: Sodality 23.42 Drama Club -1: Booster Club.-i , . . she'll be trying her psychology on peopfe who aren't them- selves . . . can still see herself reaching for that ring on Ring Day. MARILYN GRECO . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Latin, Science Histor . . Sodalit 1 2,3 -1, Cameri Club -1 . heres a "CJoki H y . y , , ' z . . ' f c who is planning a college career and marriage in the ofhng . . has special interest in St. Theresas College . . . Ring Day keeps popping before her. ., ,.!..,,,,, .-ff i , . xy 'Q Mpf' IOSEPHINE GUZZARDO , . . 195-1-1958 . . . English, Home- making . . . 'AIO-Io" has been so busy Hhomeworking it" that or- ganizations were put aside . . . but she took time out for the Sno- Ball . . . this future mother will see that her little ones don't bite their fingernails. SUE HACK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Scence, Math . . Student Council 1: Booster Club 3.4 . . . when Susie is the boss. shell stop the intrusion of confusion . . . it was an indescribable thrill to become representative at large , . . that diiy shell never forget. CECILIA HALL . , . 1954-1958 . . . History, Spanish, English, Music . . . Orchestra 1,2 iTreasurerJ 4 iTreasurer-Secretaryl . , . "Ceil", the kindergarten prospect, avoids op'nion:1ted people . . . the fun in room 127 in the morning cant be surpassed . . , unfor- gettable memories of the N.A. concert at St. Francis Xavier keeps singing in her ears. LOLITA HANSEN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Art . . . Student Council Representative 1: Art teacher at O.L B. 3 . . . Commercial Artist is her goal . . . is sensitive to back seat drivers . . . '4Lo" would like to relive prom night. IUDITH HANYZEWSKI . . . 1954-1958 . . . Engish, Science, Math . . . Sodality 2,3,4g Booster Club -1: Camera Club 4: Alexine Representative 4 . . . even when happily marrled, Iudy, who never did like assemblies during study periods, wil remember Ring Day and her hrst and only detention. ROBERTA HARDING . . . 1954-1958 , . . English, History. Math . . . Cv.A.A. 1: "Robin" will seek her seeds of success in the field of industrial psychology . . . Europe holds a romantic appeal . . . would rather be alone than with crabby people. SHEILA HARTNEY . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Science, Latin. Math . . . Library Club l,2,3,-ig Camera Club 4 . . . this future temperature-taker nurses her memories of decorating for dances and helping at Library teas and picncs . . . registers complaints against affected peop'e. PATRICIA HAYES . . . 1951-1958 . . . Enfilsh. Science, Latin, History, Math . . . Sodality 1.2: Booster Club 3 . . . 'AHazel" keeps eyeing the enrxy-handed mailman . . . Annies, Notre Dame and "ye olde stairs" seem to ring a happy memory bell. Page 28 wiv, , ,, , IEANETTE HELD . . . 1954-1958 . . . finglish, lVlatli . . . Student l,ibrarian . . . youll be in high fashion if vou have "lan ', future professional modiste, make your creations , . . she screams at trooked seams . . . is awaiting February l-1 . . , will alwavs holtl dear the days in Sr. filizabethis sewing classes IOAN HEMPEL . . . 1954-1958 . , . lfnglish, Science. Latin. Nlath . , . G.A.A. l,2: Camera Club -1 . . . loan is allergie to homework . . intends to become a hen medic and see what makes people tiek . . . Biology classes in 318 and the fabulous Thanksgiving Program in Room 127 stand out. CAROL HENNEBERRY . . . 195-1-1958 . . . ffnglish. History . . . Sndnlity l,2,3: Alexine Staff -l . . . heres hoping "Shoebutton lives' wont lose her wav to Cloud 9 , . . chuekles over doghouse davs in IOS . . . will keep memories of Ring Day elose to her heart. MARGARET HERRON . , . 1954-1958 . . . lfnglisli, Commeriial. Math ...' 'lVlarge" gives her word on her typewriter ribbon never to serve soggy eereals to her Notre Dame team and eheerleaders . , . will remember always the star studded Sophomore Talent Show. CAROL HIGGINS . . . 1954-1958 . . . ffng'ish, l,atn, Seienee, Math . . . Sodality 3,45 N.A.S.C. 3: Alexine 3: Drama Club -l . . . eanlt digest the confusion at the lunch table , . . greatest desire is to graduate on her feet . . . four prayers are with herl . . . mast impressionable events were the Loyola Festival Banquet and her first closed Retreat, MARY L. HIGGINS . . . 1955-1958 , , . English, Spanish. llistarv . , . Booster Club 3,-1 . , . "lVlike". great admirer of large famil es. hopes to have one some day . . . will alwavs remember Sr. lftlward- ettais tvping class and the exeiting Student Council eleetion. PAT HIPSKIND . . . 195-1-1958 . . . lfngiish. Nlath . . . 120511011 of lVlarv 13.-1: Announeer 3: Alexine 3: Alevine Representative -lx lfditor of Alexine '1 . . . happv "Hip keeps ' hep to the news , . . hopes to follow road of lournalism . . . wouldnt mind a detour along the bridal lane . , . Ring Dax' and th: Sno-Ball of 56 are memory gems. COLLETTE HOEGREFE . . . 195-1-1958 . . . l.at1n. lfnglish. History. lxlath . . . Repertoire Club lx Booster Club 3: Librarv Cluli 2: Sodalitv lg Choral Club 3.-1: G.A.A, l.2.3: Ceei'ia Choraliers l.2,3,-1 . . . 4'Collie', N.A.'s future Portia, regrets that davs are too short , . . resident studv hall davs are unforgettable. page 29 MARY TERESA HEALY . . . 1956-1958 , . . lfnglish HIHIUVX Sodalitv 3,-1: Drama 3 . . , 'lVlar' is still prospeetut ibou 1 future . looks askanee at gossips . . . Ring Day xx is lxing Dix for her . . . extends good wishes of well-being to all lisr el issm 1 ts MARY LYNNE HEALY . . . 1955-1958 . . . lfnglisli Historx N.A.S,C, 2: Drama Club -lg l,egion of lxlarv 2.-l .... 1 tolltgt t nrt in merehaudising ittri ts litr "lVlarew olijetts 1 e euts . . , hopes to see those 'ilvv VValls . . . being home ro im r resentative is tops in her memory. 6 'Hb MAUREEN HORGAN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Bowling League . . . lady politician, "Mo" will strike out for more spare time to play volleyball after school and dances . . . will ad- vertise good ol 312 to her political proteges. CHARLOTTE HORNA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Math . . . Choral Club l.2,3,-1 . . . "Char" will make an understanding first grade teacher . . . marriage and a family is her goal . . . be- lieves elders should try to better understand youth's problems . . . recalls vividly ber first D.T. PAMELA HUBBART . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . Choral Club 2: Sodality 3,4: Future Nurses' Club . . . medical tech- nician, "Pam", will try to invent a gimlet that will prevent snoring . . . lVlay Crowning at O.L.B. and Prom night are experiences shell never forget. ROSEMARY HUDDLESTON . . . 1956-1958 . . . Latin. Math, English . . . Sodality 3, officer 4: Cv.A.A. 3,41 Secretary-Treasurer of Varsity Volleyball 4: Drama: Choral . . . has no time for disc jockeys . . . fond memories scenery pushing, banquets and resident days linger on. CAROL HUENE . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . G.A.A. 1: Booster Club 4 . . . loud masticators disturb peaceful "Hune" . . . first a little office experience and then marriage is the trend of her thoughts that first DT left its de ression Rin made , . . . 1 . . . p ., . . . g the impression. BARBARA HUGHES . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Math . . . this future accountant figures on marrying some day . . . don't exceed the speed limit, when "Barb's" around . . . first day at school is uppermost in her memory. THERESA IACHIM . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . G.A.A. 1,2 . . . travel is 'ATrese's" ambition . . . the squeak of chalk on blackboards goes right through her . . . geometry test and biology dissections recall tribulations of former years. LOUISE IANOTA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science, Math . . . Camera Club 4: Alexine 4: Nurses' Club 4 . . . "Luigi" wants no orders from back seat drivers . . . can't you hear this future nurse raving about the fun she had at the prom? Page 30 CAROLYN HOFER . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History. Science. Math . . . Library Club 2: Booster Club 4 , . . shes interested in housewifery and motherhood . , . will rear her children to be humble . . . "Kelly" remembers well her first D.T. with all its anxiety . . . Ring Day is tops. SLAVIE HOFRICHTER . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science. History, Math . . . future Dr. "Slav" will begin a research project on how to cure gossips . . . her first day at N.A. and Ring Day are memorable days. Gift SHARON MARIE IANOUSEK . . . 1956-1958 . . , liuglish. History , . . Drama Club: G.A.A.: Choral Club ..,4 flair' prefers one to use a handle to leer name when being .ijzlressed . . , her first day impressions at Nazareth w'll . '. N . p, coming secretary s after graduation thoughts. DIANA IECMEN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Latin. Sgience . . . Cv.A,A,: Alexine Representative -1 . . . Hleckie' w.in's tm hive her name go down in history. but haw can it go dawn if Hlecl' doesnt like to get up . . . maybe shell be famous for that precious HA' in Physics. ay., 75? MARY ANN IONES . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science. Math Student Leader 3: Sodality 12,3 . . . broken shoelaces can ruin her clay . . , wants to romp along the Danube . . . "Christ the King ceremony is an outstanding event in "Marney's" life at Nazareth. ESTHER IOZEF . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science, Math . . . if can be an ideal wife and mother, she will ask nothing else . . . has an aversion to surprise tests . . . cant you hear her tell bedtime stories about Ring Day to the little uns? ADRIENNE IURGONSKI . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Science. Math . . . Choral Club 3.4 . . . pedagogue "Aden dislikes traffic blockers on congested highways . . . would like to relive the good old 'AFirefly'l days and the Iunior Prom. MARY ELLEN KALKA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. History . . . G.A.A. l,2,3.-1, Legion of Mary 4: Student Leader 3,4 . . . 'AKelk" put the ol' "rah, rahw in Nazareth . . . it wont be the same without her . . . hopes to be on time some day, but lV1onday morning is her hazard. DIANNE KAUCKY . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science, Math . . . Cv.A,A. 1: Booster Club 4 . . . A'Kauck" is set on being a good nurse and a better mother . . . late school buses distress her . . . remembers Iunior Ring Day and her Physics classes. CATHERINE KEILMAN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science, Latin, Math . . . Booster Club: Sodality 1: Science Fair 3 . . . soup slurpers annoy 4'Cathie" . . . has a yen to visit London on a foggy day . . . if she meets a former 326'er there, Ring Day at N.A. will sure come out for an airing. ALICE ANN KEMPFER . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science. Latin, Math . . . G.A.A. l,2,3g Drama 3: Orchestra l,2,3,-1: Student Librarian 12,33 Sodality l,2,3,-1: Officer 23,-1 . . . NAIA' wants to meet St. Peter as an ally . . . she will always remember Sodality ceremonies, especially the solemn acts of consecration. PATRICIA KIERNAN . . . 1956-1958 . . . English, History . . . Choraliers 4: Booster Club l,2: Choral Club 1,4 , . . a large family sounds good to Pat. but not until college is out of the way . . . puts thumbs down on Bermuda shorts for men . . , N.A. dances and first detention are unforgettable experiences, Page 31 LAURA MAE KING . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History. Art . . . Drama Club 4: Legion of Mary 2,3,-1, Orchestra I,2, Announcer 3: Librarian 1,21 Sodality 1 . . . nurse "Laurie" hopes to bring 'ein back alive . . . wonders why there are so many tall men . . . re- members lournalism Convention in Nlilwaukee. MARY KING . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Math . . . has no time for make-believe people . . . af.er a few years at secr'etari'il work, "MareA' will turn her thoughts on rearing a family of eight . . . her bedtime stories will be glowing accounts of Ring Day and Prom Night. wiv 'M' DONNA MAE KLLIDAC . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Business, Math . . . G.A.A. 1 . . . 'iDuchess" Danna will faithfully serve her subjects in the realm of business . . . wll not give much time to ridiculous question-askers . . . cherlshes fond memories of first days at Nazareth and Ring Day ceremony. MARY ANN KMOCH . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Sconce, Math . . . Future Nurses' Club 4 . . . "Mark" plans on I'l111'SCvS training next year . . . wants to tie the knot some day with a lad who'll lie willing to listen to her glowing account of her first prom and the day she received her class ring. GERRIE KNAPP . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Science, Art, Math . . . G.A.A.: Camera Club: Student Leader: Legion of Mary . . . wants to do something logically for a change . . . cant swa low unmashed mashed potatoes . . . Kitchen Klenser rings a bell. DIANE KONOPASEK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . Alexine Staff -1: Sodality -1 , . . "Konnie" looks forward to matri- monial bliss after her sojourn at college . . . wonders if any one ever heard of St. Marys of Notre Dame . . . vividly recalls Iunioi' religion class with Father Kenan, and Fenwick Prom. CAROLYN KRAISS . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Sodal- ity 1: G.A.A. 1: Hall Guard 3,43 "Lyn" will pln herself down to two years of work and then seek a life partner . . . misspelling of her name annoys her . . . Sophomore Talent show will always be a pleasurable memory. IOYCE KROUPA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . Sodal- ity 2: Cv.A,A. 2: Sophomore Talent Show, Prom Committee . . . would like to remove the tick from alarm clocks . . . contemplates marriage . . . will never forget her first "A" in History. CHARLENE KRUEGER . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Art, Math . . . Soclality 1: G.A.A. 1: Glee Club 1,2,3: Choraliers 2,3.4 . . . "Charlie's" hobby will be raising Polo ponies . . . tokenless bus drivers irk her , . . worm dissection escapades are interesting things to recall . . . so is the Senior Drama Festival. CAROL SUE KRUG . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Science, Nfath . . . Sodality 1,-1: G.A.A. 1,23 Drama Club 3: Class Treasurer 1,33 Representative at large 2 . . . clon't crack your knuckles when i'Susie" is around . . . she chatters about a seven-day week end . . . Kungsholm brings back memories. Page 32 ELLEN KUKAR . . . 1956-1958 . . , English, Latin, History . . . Home room representative 4: Announcer 4: Sadality 3,41 G.A.A, 4: Drama Club 4 . . . Hollywood holds no ch irins for "Kuke" . . . Europe sounds better . . . London and Paris fascinate her . . . locker "coms" baffle her . . . first day at school is a memory gem. IRENE KULHANEK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Math . . . Legion of Mary 3,4 . . . a European trip sounds great . . . 'til then she'll remember the adventures in the anatomy study of a frog . . . wonders if even cherubs file through one pearly gate when there are two. SHARON LEPS1 . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science, Mzith . . . G.A.A,: Bowling team . . . Argyles are taboo . . . "Blondie" still has star dust in her eyes from the prom . . . Big Sister Day and the candy corsage rate a five star award. MARY LEVGARD . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science, Math . . . Sodality 3.4: Student Council 1,4 . . . lab-technician, "Mar," considers Elvis fans immature . . . field trips sparked the biology classes . . . Ring Day gave her excltement that will remain stead- fast in her memory. BARBARA LOFTUS . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Science . . . Sodality 1: Student Librarian 1: Future Nurses' Club 4: Freshman officer . . . "Barb" never did like semester end exams . . . she's determined to get into Pediatrics . . . wouldnt mind repeating good old Kith and Kin days . . . remembers well that first detention. RITA LONGO . . . 1954-1958 . . . Engish, History . . . Legion of Mary . . . take note, all bosses: one "Rio Rita" wants a good secretaryls job . . . promises no interruptions while on the job . . . get in touch with her . . . applause goes to Ring Day as outstanding event. MARGARET LUBIEN . . . 1954-1958 , . . English, Math . . . cir- cumnavigation is Peggys theme song . . . is ready to take dicta- tion from a worthy hoss . . . what7 pizza without onions: how could you7 . . . pangs of nostalgia grip her when she thinks about the Announcer dance. HELEN LUKES . . . 1954-1958 , . . English, Math , , . G.A.A. 1: Choral Club 1,23 Booster Club 4: Future Nurses' Club 4 . . . "Lukesy.' housewife and mother, prefers not to be interrupted when phoning . . . happy time at the lunior Prom is firmly en- trenched in her memory. Page 33 ANNE KRUMB . . . 1956-1958 . . . English. History . . . Legion of Nlary 3.4: Drama 4: Annnuncer Sport Editor 4 . . . dogs who sharpen their teeth on 'Texsl purse better scram fast , . . she is interested in a public relations job . . , suggests a road through "Pearly Gates' . . . insinterity is out . . . lunior Prom can never he forgotten. ANTOINETTE KUBACKI . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. History . . . Legion of Mary: Bowling League . . . "Toni" thinks two can live as cheap as one , . . hints that she might like a life partner . . . dentention service has one consolation - no classical music. m IOAN MCAULIFFE . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Science, Math . . . Sodality 2,3,4: Student Leader 3,43 Camera Club 4 . . . will try to keep her notebook neater . . . buses off schedule lift her blood pressure . . . well remembers the Thanksgiving program in 127. MARIE MCGOLDRICK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Science, Math . . . Sodality l,2,3: G.A.A. 2,33 Future Nurses Club 4: Camera Club 4: Alexine 4 . . . '4Goldie" weaves dreams of be- coming a bride and mother . . . thinks the expression Uthank you much" is overdone . . . remembers the Kith n' Kin. CAROL MEDLAND . . . 1957-1958 . . . English, Social Studies . . . Carol says she's had enough of typewritten letters . . . her main aim is to be a good mother and wife . . . Senior year and her entrance into Nazareth rank first with her. CLEMENTINE MENARD . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science. Math . . . Legion of Mary 2,35 Future Nurses' Club -1: Booster Club 4 . . . looks for success in nursing . . . thinks self praise is annoying . . . "Clem" can still remember her first day at Nazareth. CAROL MENDEL . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math, Science . . . Choral Club, Drama Club, Future Nurses . . . "Lil Mine-Mine" will captivate some M.D. with her X-ray technique while develop- ing memories of the prom. ELAINE MICAL . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . a secre- tary and then marriage are on "Mikes" list for the future . . . woe to those West Town buses . , . Father Kenans junior religion class has a top place in her memory book. RUTH MILLER . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Art . . . G.A,A. l,2,3: Legion of Mary 1: Alexine 4 . . . dont "Shorty" future com- mercial artist, "Mil," . . . meeting Father Madden was a worthwhile experience . . . good ol' 312 is one of her memory gems. SUSANNE MILLER . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Latin, History, Math, Piano . , . Student Council 2, Legion of Marv 3,41 Drama Club 3: Student Librarian 2.3: Cecilian Choraliers 35 Choral Club 4 . . . wants to learn how to make both ends meet . . . the zenith of her memory gems is the day she fell on the floor. Page 34 VIRGINIA MAGIC . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Latin, History, Math . . . Announcer Co-editor 4: Student Librarian 23.41 Sodality l.-lz Drama Club 1,23-lc Announcer Editorial Board 3: Auxiliary member of Legion of Mary . . . "Ginny" hopes the lack of time wont stop her from reaching the fourth dimension . . . Announcer paste-ups are her specialty. MARGARET MALONE . . . 1956-1958 . . . English, History, Latin, Math . . . Legion of Mary 3,42 Drama 4: Camera Club 4: Future Nurses' Club -1: Vice-President 4 . . . Margie wants to live a full happy life , . . doesnt condone insincerity . . . proms are among her most treasured memories. PATRICIA MORRISSEY . . . 1954-1958 . . . Latin. English, Math . . . Sodality 1.23: G.A.A. l,2.3: Booster Club -1 . . . looking for a mattress tester job . . . dislikes the ups and downs of life . , . four lively years with a dead language and Sr. Nlaureen Therese as her inspiration have made life at N.A. a palace of happiness MARY ANN MUNAO . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Math . . . President of Student Council: Sodality l.Z,3.-1: G.A.A. l.2.3.-1: Stu- dent Leader 4: Student Council 3.4: Booster Cluh -1: Vice President 2 . . . admires Coach Brennan . . . will always remember chats with Sr. Laurence and being Sr. Aquinas' secretary. is PATRICIA MURPHY . . . 1955-1958 . . . English. History, Latin . . . Drama 3.4: Choral Club 4: Alexine -1 . . . 'AlVlurph's" ambition is to fulfill requirements of Olympis D. team . . . canoe tippers annoy her . . . Nazareth dances and driving class gave her hours to remember. IOAN NEELEY . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. History . . . Sodality lg Choral 4 . . . 'AlVlagoo" plans to serve God as a religious . . . show-offs are not to her liking . . . has pools of fond memories in fourth floor swimming pool. MARGARET NEUZIL . , . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Sodality 1.3,-1: Student Librarian 1.2.32 vice-president 4: Alexine 4 . . . C.P.A. Peg will have to figure out her twenty-four hour day when she lands that accounting job . . . her memory days at N.A. are too numerous to mention. IUDY NOVAK . , . 1954-1958 . . . English . . . "Butch" flays the heavy lipstick users . . . shes learn'ng lullahies for her Mrs. days . . . has been busy about other things. IEAN O'CONNELL . . . 1954-1958 . . . History. English, Math . . . G.A,A. 1.2.3 . . . a letterless mailman makes our "responsible lean" shudder . . . the Round-up has a special attraction . . . lives for Saturdays . . . has she told you about her first Senior dance? CAROL ODIET . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Science, Math . . . Sodality 23,42 Student Leader 3.4: Drama: Camera 4: Booster Club 3 . . . plans to follow a career in businss administration . . . her first streak of luck winning the five dollars for selling chance cards will go down in history. MAUREEN O'NElLL . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Homemaking . . . Legion of Mary l . . . if he pops the question, "little Moe" is ready . . . says her youngsters will be told about knuckle crack- ing . . . her diary registers her feelings on the first day at Nazareth. MARILYN PANOCH . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Latin, Science . . . Sodality 1.2.3,-fc Choral Club 3: Camera Club -1: Future Nurses' Club -1: Alexine 4 . . . nursing heads "Mares" agenda . . . she's a stickler for correct pronounciation and properly tuned in radios . . . remembers well Sophomore Talent Show. Page 35 MARY CLARE PARDUS . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Art . . . Choraliers 3: Vice-president -1: Drama 3,-1: Legion of Mary -1: Choral Club 3.-1: Cv.A.A. 4: Art teacher at O.L.B .... hopes some one will invent never-jam typewriter keys . . . shes constantly re- calling that famous Iunior class picnic. BONNIE PARSONS . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Drama. G.A.A .... no pests will pester the pilots when "Bon-Bon" takes over the stewardship . , . Prom night was her dream night . . . Ring Day is a precious experience in her life. 4? 'tn- BARBARA PEKNY . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science. Art, Math . . . Cv.A.A.: Student Leader: Camera Club: Legion of Mary: Class Officer -1: Senior Class President , . . "Barb" brands stubbornness as a bad fault . . . will always remember lock-changing and dear Miss Krippner. LOIS PELLEGRINI . . . 1955-1958 . . . linglih, Math . . . "Lo" wi.l feed her cherubs wheaties to make them strong and healthy . . . recommends the short girl seek the short boy as dancing part- ner . . . never will be as excited as she was when she attended the Student Faculty Volleyball game. MARIE PERRI . . , 1954-1958 . . . English. History . . . Cv,A.A. 2: Sodality 2 . . . "Mar's" lofty notions will land her an airplane job . . . punctuality is a must With this marriage-minded senorita . . . Prom night stands out in her mind. MARY ANN PERTICARA . . . 1955-1958 . . . Science, English. Math . . . Vice-President of Student Council 4: Vice-President of Iunior Class: Student Leader 3,-1: Camera Club '11 G.A.A. 2.3,-1: Legion of Mary -1 . . . hopes to see Disneyland someday . . . doesnt need any help to eat her lunch . . . will never forget the Math contest. PATRICIA PLUNKETT . , . 1955-1958 . . . English, History . . . Sodality 1.2.31 Alexine 3: Drama 4 . . . "Trish" enjoys small oranges and many pleasurable pastimes . . . Notre Dame and Sand- Lo are links in her chain of memories. KAREN POLIVKA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Drama -1: G.A.A. 1.2 . . . tiny, but mighty "Kai" hopes to land in Hawaii some clay . . . it all hinges on a good job . . . Prom night is worth reliving. THERESE PONTILLO . . . 1954-1958 . . . Latin. English, Science. Math . . . Sodality l,2,3,4g Camera Club 4 . . . UTerry" begrudges giving up her study periods for assemblies . . . her twelve children will hear often of the fabulous Talent Show at Nazareth. MARILYN PRAZAK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science, Math . . . Orchestra 1.2: Choral Club 3,43 Drama 33 Alexine 45 Future Nurses' Club -1 . . . too much brotherly attention makes "Mar" want to hie off to the mountains . . . there she will recall happily her driving class at N.A. Page 36 uv 'CQ ROBERTA PSYK . . . 1954-1958 , . . English, Art, Math . . . G.A.A. 2,3 . . . aspires to be private secretary to the president of a leading organization . . . thinks week end homework assignments should be outlawed . . . "Berdi" has glorious memories of the Sno- Ball dance. ARLENE RADSON . . . 1954-1958 . . . Eng'ish. Science, Latin, Math , . . Legion of lVlary 3,-1: Student Librarian 3,-1: Camera Club -1: Booster Club -1: Future Nurses' Club -l . . . look out for Dr. "Ar" when her X-ray eyes start looking through you . . . shell stand for no interruptions then . . , would like to revive Father Kenans lunior Religion Class. IOELLEN REITER . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Latin . . , Choral Club 3,-1 . . . A'Chubbles" main ambition is to live her life to make a better world . . . wouldnt mind dropplng off a few pounds here and there . . . triple applause goes to the Announcer Dance, KATHRYN ANNE REYNOLDS . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Sodality 12,35 Drama 3,-1: Announcer 3 . . . future plans in- clude secretarial work and raising a large family . . . 'Awhere oh where are those missing missiveslw moans Kaye as the mailman passes by . . . vivid memories of good times at Bogans keep pop- ping up. SALLY RIDLEY . . . 1955-1958 . . . History, English, Science. Math . . , Orchestra 2,3,-1: President of Orchestra -fp N.A,S.C. 2: President of Iunior Class: Secretary of Senior Class . , , has her eye on the postman . . . "Rid'sl Ring Day will be a lasting mem- ory for this lover of San Lo. PATRICIA RIORDAN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Math , . , G.A.A.: Sodality: Choral Club . . . this wee little colleen has a hankering to set foot on the "Auld sod" . . . that she may - and bring along with her a part of the Bogan clan in return for all the happy days spent with them . . . cant you hear her now telling her lrish relatives all about Ring Day7 GLADYS RITTER . . . 195-1-1958 . , . English . . . Baseball . . . "Glady" hopes she wont get ulcers from gulping down her lunch in such a short time . . . this hold-the-phone girl can talk for hours on the fun she had in the Biology class . . . her first day of school will be her other line of conversation. IUDY ROONEY . . . 195'1-1958 , . , English, History. Math . . . Mludi ' hopes the Lord will bless her with a huge family . . . shell train them to go in and out of the right doors . . . believes in good discipline for kidd'es . . , enjoyed the retreats at Nazareth, Page 37 MARYIO PROSEK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Science. lV1ath . . . Cv.A.A. 1,2,3: Glee Club l.2: Booster 3.-1: Student Leader 3: Announcer 3: Sports Editor -1: Freshman Class President . . . hopes to hang a doctors sign some day . . . recommends tranquil- izers for pushers . . . Tiger Annie gets her thinking of her high school days. DONNA PROVENZANO . . . 195-1-1958 . . . English, Com- mercial, lVlath . . . Legion of Nlary 1: Booster Club 3: Hall Guard 3 . . . "Do-Nut" will remember Ring Day . . . flying past fluffy white clouds will bring this future stewardess close to heaven . . . when aloft, memories of her first day at N,A. will cross her path. get KAREN RUMBYRT . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . Choral Club 3.4: Library Club 2,3,-1 . . . Kay, the funny girl in her chosen career, can still hear herself laughing when the A'Caf" Chair couldnt stand the strain and dropped her to the floor . . . her first D.T. was not quite so funny . . . she's serious about people being on time. CAROL ANNE SABIA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Home Economics . . . Alexine Stall 4 . . . on-the-dot "Sabe" can't take late people . . . this globe-trotter knows how it feels to get a D.T. for the first time, and how thrilling it is to participate in Ring Day Ceremonies. DOLORES SARTORI . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Sodality 2,31 G.A.A. 1,25 Drama Club 2,3,4: President of Student Leader 35 Alexine 3: Class President 2: Class Secretary 3 . . . 'ADee", the essence of sincerity herself. despises insincerity . . . puts her mother on a pedestal . . . hopes to imitate her . . , family life attracts her . . . can't forget Miss Gearen's Homeroom. LILLIAN SAUL . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Math . . . Sodality 3,4 . . . Alexine 4 . . . wedding bells ring a happy note for HTwo- Speeds" . . . looking forward to college . . . detests being called "Fib" . . . Iunior Prom and Fenwick dances rank high with this miss. PAULETTE SCAMAN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science . . . G.A.A. 1,21 Sodality l,2.4: Alexine 2,3: Announcer 3: N.A.S.C. 4 . . . Paul will never forget the '57 Announcer-Student Council dance - and no wonder - who else would run along the ramp at Md- way airport at 10 degrees above zero? MARY SCHAEFER . . . 1954-1958 . . . Latin, English, History, Science. Mzith . . . Sodality l.2,3,-1: Prefect -1: Announcer 3 . . . "Schafie Dafien should he happy, for therell be little time for wear- ing gloves wlien teaching second graders . . . frog dissecting will seem like play after she empties some of those pockets. GERRY SCHAPIRO . . . 1956-1958 . . . English, Spanish, History . . . G.A.A. 1,23 Legion of Mary 3,4 . . . "Chaps", the Mhabladoran cant bear silence . . . she wants to fulfill Sr. Aquinas' prophecy . . . unforgettable are Prom and Ring Day. ROSELLA SCHAUDENECKER . . . 1954-1958 . . . Latin, Science, English, Math . . . Sodality 1,2,3,4: Announcer Staff 3,4 . . . Camera Club 4 . . . petticoat doctor, Rosella, will go in for general practice . . . believes in enthusiasm above par . . . eight broken pairs of cheaters break the record . . . so does Ring Day. Page 38 IUDY ROSS . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . Bowling in Freshman year . . . doesnt mind being called 'Sguirtl' . . . keep her in mind when you hear a nice boss wants a good secretary . . . her prom night and the day the rings came out make history for her. IOYCE ROUS . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Sodality 1 . , . this future secretary believes people should keep up to date in their slang expression . . . "Caesar" says she doesnt mind re- calling the ghosts of her Iunior and Senior dances . . . in fact they will awaken her memory in years to come. AUDREY SCHULTZ . . . 195-1-1958 . . . English. History, Science . . . Choral Cluh 1,2,3."12 Future Nurses' Cluli -I . . . hus shovers cramp "Auds style . . , memories of w.ilt:ing on cloud 9 at lunior Prom often dance in her head. along with Ring Day and other events of N.A. MARILYN SENICKA . . . 195-1-1958 . . . English. Science, lVlath . . . G.A.A. l,2: Sodality l: Drama l: Announcer 3 . . . to master the squeeze lwox and teach others to squeeze too is "lVlare's' amhi- tion . , . clotes on recalling Milwaiikee lournalism convention. Qu.- ' QQ' ANNE SHEA . . . 1954-1958 . , . English. History , . . marriage vows attract her . . , imparting knowledge to others will he her work . , . this loyal 127 will cherish as her fondest memory the morning her brother said Mass in the auditorium, FLORENCE SHEBER . . . 1954-1958 . . . Latin, English, Math, Science . . . Sodality 1.23,-1: Student Lihrarian 3,-1: Officer -1 . . . "Cassius" is going to help huild the first rocket to the moon so she can escape from people who misspell her last name . . , her Iunior year tops all others. MARY ANN SHERIDAN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. History , . . G.A.A. lg Sodality lg Dance Decoration Committee 3,-1 . . . "Anne" loves pixie cuts . . . locker-hiding "Annie" upraids prevari- cators . , . her ambition is to convert all to pixie hair dos. IOAN SHERIDAN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Science. lVlath . . . Soclality 3,-1: Booster 3.4: Drama -1: Alexine Stall and Representative -1 . . . Hloaniell hopes for longer days so she can accomplish all she wants to do . . . success in what she endeavors is all she asks , . . thinks Science Fair was great. IUDITH SHOTTS . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Commercial . . . G.A.A. 1,25 Student Lihrarian 2: Alexine Representative -is Alexine Staff 4 . . . would love to have a few hearty children all masculine gender . , . short girls coupled with tall boys seem out of propor- tion to 4'Shotsie" . . . delights in recalling fun at the Announcer's Dance. DOROTHY SIMUNEK . . . 1956-1958 . . . English. History. Science, Math . . . Sodality 3: Drama 3,-1: Choral -l: Lilurary -1: Legion of Mary -i . . , "Dottie" wants only to he an instrument in Gods hands . . . Student-faculty game and Loyola Play Festival are high spots in her life. MARY LOU SINGER . . . 1954-1958 . . . English , . . Legion of lN1ary l: luoys remiss in keeping dates on time irritate "lVlickie" . , . hanns of marriage hold keen interest for this marriage-minded maiden . . , holds Iunior-Senior Prom dear to her heart. IOYCE SKOWBO . . . 195-1-1958 . . . English, History. Nlath . . . Student Council 2.3: Glee Cluh lg Drama -lc Alexine -i . , . eastern seacoast beckons . . . wonders why people dont use their directional lights . . , Notre Dame and Ring Day are paramount memories. Page 39 PEGGY SMITH . . . 1954-1958 , . . English, History . . . if you want to make a hit with A'Peg", don't buzz her before twelve . . . shell be sound asleep, dreaming sweet dreams of Ring Day and her job as secretary. BONNIE SOMMERS . . . 1954-1958 . . . History, Science, English. Math . . . C.A.A. l,2,3: Officer 4 . . . recommends D.T.s for in- dividuals who are late with their appointments . . . this airline stewardess would like to sky-write memories of Ring Day and after school games. ARLENE SORDELLI . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. History, Math . . . marriage is on Ninas program for the future . . . sees no beauty in Bermuda shorts worn by men . . . Iunior prom was heavenly . . . Iunior Ring Day rates in her memory. SANDRA SOTKA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science, Math . . . Cv.A.A. 2,3: Choral 1,43 Student Leaders 3,4: Booster Club . . . "Sandi" wants to do Gods will by extending a helping hand to others . . . discounts "know-it-ails" . . . C.Y.O. Volleyball Tourna- ment is her peak memory gem. DIANE SPELLMAN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science. Math . . . Choral Club 2,3,4: Drama Club 4 . . , reacts favorably to a chemical career . . . disapproves of women C.T.A. bus drivers . . . memories of the operetta, "Sweethearts," linger on, and Biology in 321 keeps popping back. BARBARA STEPANEK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Student Librarian . . . surgical nurse "Barb" will be patching up some poor soul some day . . . overworked tongues become tiresome to this lover of quiet . . . Ring Day rlngs a memory bell, and Spanish classes are unforgettable. CAROL ANN STEPUL . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Future Nurses' Club 4: Sodality 1 . . . role of a nurse will be the key to her happiness . . . thinks boys are very exasperating at times . . . there is a feeling about Ring Day and the Iunior Prom that she can't shake off. SUSAN STRECK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Latin, Math. History . . . Sodality 1,2,3,4: Choral Club 1,2,3: Booster Club 4 . . . Susie doesn't see how shell ever attain heaven if her study periods are constantly being converted into assemblies . , . oh! the happy days in Senior Homeroom 326! MARIANNE SURLAK . . . 1954-1958 . . . Latin, English, Science, Math . . . G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 , . . beware! surgical nurse "Mare" is out with her shears for late appointment keepers . . . recalls her em- barrassment in freshman days when she walked into a French c'ass instead of a Latin class . . . has pleasant memories of Ring Day and Volleyball games. CAROL SVEC . . . 1954-1958 . . . English . . . Student Librarian l,2: Choral Club 3: Alexine Staff 4 . . . "Gabby" will pursue a Physical Therapy career . . . shell straighten out knuckle-crackers . . . Little Sister Day made a lasting impression on her. Page 40 KAREN MARIE SZALAT . . . 1954-1958 . . , English. Math . . . MARILYN THUMA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Latin, Science Art . . . Legion of Mary l,-1: Library 2: Vice President 3, and Presi- dent 4: Announcer Art Editor -1 . . . her mother is her model . . . studying, praying, playing. and the lovely friendships made at N.A. will always be cherished. MARIETTA TICHY . . . 1954-1958 . , , English, History, Math . . . Legion of Mary l,2.3,4: Cv.A.A. l.2: Student Leaders 3: Art at O.L.B. 4 . . . Europe-minded "Tish" wept when her dear Sophs went down in defeat . . . vows that bobby socks and flats will never be part of her attire . . . Ring Day is a precious memory. DIANE TOLLEFSEN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . Bowl- ing League . . . for your future last word toggery go to "Tootie's" womens apparel shop . , . shell never say HI dont care" . . . youll probably hear about her first and only D.T,, and the thrill of driv- ing pa's Cadillac to Ring Day doings. PATRICIA TORGERSEN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Historv . . . N.A.S.C. lg G.A.A. 1,2,3,-i . . . teacher 'iTogo" declares she'll never be grouchy when shes the school room boss . . . three events remain with her - Iunior Prom, Alexines fourth floor and the Senior Prom. MARCIA TROIAN . . , 1954-1958 , . , Science. English. Mzith . . . G.A.A. l,2: Sodality 2: Future Nurses Cluh -1: Alexine -1: Drama l . . . nurse Marcia will find little time for Mickey Moiise when she's making her hospital rounds , . . when off duty shell find time to reminisce about Ring Day and N.A. parties. PATRICIA TRUTTY . . . 1956-1958 . . . English. Latin, History. Math . . . Sodality 1.4: Drama Club 3.4: C.A.A. 4: Announcer 4: Student Leader 3: Alexine 3: Choral 3: Volleyball Varsity 3,4: Frosh-Soph C.Y.O. team . , . peeveless Pat gives three pats for Sodality Retreat, Ring Day and famous Homeroom 326. IANA TUZAR . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Latin, Mzitb . . . Camera Club 4: Student Librarian 2.3.-1 . . . "Tuzf. future teacher of the Russian language. will guide her little missiles toward the library . . . Miss Pangallos and Sr. Maureen Tberesevs home- rooms are deeply engraved in her memory. ALICE MARIE TWOMEY . . . 1954-1958 . , , English. History , . , Sodality 1.2: Cv.A.A. 2.3.-1 . . . "Al" isnt in good Ufettlel' when no letters come from a eerta'n someone in the biggest state of the Union . . . her ambition is peace and love . . . Sophomore Kith n Kin is one of her favorite memories, Page all G.A.A. l,2,3: Sodality l.2,3: Student Leaders 3.4: Choral Club -1 , . . to belong to the chorus of angels is 'ACarrot's" ambition . . . believes comparisons are odious and two-timers are unpardonahle . . . three cheers go to the Talent Show and Ring Day. PATRICIA TALZ . . . 1954-1958 , . , Englsb. History, Music . . S ilitx l likes to lwe in Minnesota in the good old Summer time it forget those ten point guizes in good ol' 312 . . . iwys ber . . , spare time7 find it. please for this busy senior ta- SHARON VALADE . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History, Science, Math . . . Hall Cuard 3 . . . this lassie will engineer her way through atoms and formulae . . . it upsets her chemical make-up when the mailman passes her up . . . her first "A" in Latin and the first time she heard the school song are really thrillers in her life. IANET VANDER HEYDEN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Science, Latin, Math . . . Booster Club 4, Sodality 1,2 . . . when Allan" becomes the first lady president, she will outlaw rolled down nylons . . . her good times at Nazareth. especially Iunior Ring Day and the Prom, will go down in history. MARY CAROL VAVREK . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Latin . . . Sfudent Librarian: Student Leader: G.A.A .... avoid the use of double negatives when conversing with this petite Miss . . . fond memories cluster around lunior Ring Day and the class picnic. GAIL VENTIMIGLIA . , . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . Booster Cub -1 . . . people better bridle their tongue when in Gails company . . . shes averse to too much chatter . . . cutting-up in the Biology laboratory has cut deep into her memory. CATHERINE VETRANO . . . 1954-1958 . . . Latin, English, Science. Math . . . Sodality l: Announcer . , . giddy-ap, Cathy. hopes some one will bequeath her a horse , . . harnesses her affec- tion to the memorable day when she saw her first article published in the Announcer. MARY IO VILLARI . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . Sodality l,2,3,4g Booster Club 3,-1: Student Council 2,3,4: Secretary 3: Representative at large 4: Alexine Staff 4 . . . busy filo-Io" registers complaints against dust pan and scissors takers . . . this future "prof" cant forget pulling chairs and good ol' 312. BARBARA VLASATY . . . 1954-1958 . . . Eng'ish, History , . . "Barb" will be flying high as an air stewardess . . .she thought she'd croak when she opened up that first frog . . . dresses down boy- dressed girls . . . enjoyed Miss lVloline's English class. BARBARA VONDRUSKA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Math . . . marriage and a half dozen healthy children are on the program for the future . . . is fastidious about finger nails . . . remembers vividly when Soph class went to see "Nutcracker Suite." PENNY VONESH . . . 1954-1958 . . . English . . . Penny doesn't think arguing about height is worth a cent . . . would rather be making marriage and housewife arrangements . . . first day in the Biology class stands out . . . so does Ring Day. IANET VOTAVA . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . "Ian" believes in increasing the Catholic population . . . shell not use soggy sandwiches as her bait . . . Ring Day, Prom Day and last, but not least, that First Detention Day, are times not easily forgotten. Page 42 CAROL VRTIS . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Commercial . . . "Vert" becomes disturbed when the other end of the telephone is dead . . . her secretarial job will bring her happiness . . . the out- standing moments at N.A. are Prom Night and Ring Day. CATHERINE WASIL . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . Student Leader 3 . . . 'Smokyu isnt hazy about her ambition . . . she has a nose for news . . . erasing carbon copies is a smearing sensation . . . as a freshman she found voting for N.A.S.C. a new and interesting experience. af NQNQ- - 1-IW MARGOT VJEBB . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. History . . . Sodality 2.3.4: Student Librarian 3.4: Drama Club 3.4 . , . dimly lighted corridors and ant chasing peeye Margot . . . has a yen to visit the North Pole . . . puts Prom Night and Reception into Sodality under refrigeration to preserve their memory, PATRICIA WEINRICH . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, Art , . . "Pats" prayer is for a holy and happy marriage . . . thinks she might eliminate extension phones in her home . . . the Rock in Estes, Christmas of 1957 and Milwaukee are her heart throbs. IANICE WELZEN . . . 1954-1958 . . . English . . . Sodality. Bowling League . . . for that face uplift and those premature facial wrinkles see future beauty-maker "Blondie" . . . while under the dryer, shell remind you of the good old days at Nazareth. MARY ANN WERNISCH . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History . . . ill-mannered gents will not lV1rs. this lover of wedding marches . . , her first report is among her souvenirs . . . a big family sounds great to "1V1arf' . . . fondles the memory of Ring Day, ARLENE WEST . . . 1954-1958 . . . English. Math . . . S,D.S, . . . she becomes annoyed at foolish question askers . . . Ulohnnien likes globe-trotting . . . Milwaukee Iournalism convention, her first prom and Sophomore biology class all linger in her memory. BARBARA VVHITE . . . 1954-1958 . . . Art, English, Math . . . Student Librarian 1.2: Art teacher at O.L.B. 3.4: G A.A. 1.2,3,4: Sodality 1.2.31 Student Leader 3.4: Alexine Art Editor 4 . . . i'Barb-B-Q ' hopes to paint wlngs on cherubs . . . draws Prom day close to her memory. CAROL WIEGOLD . . . 1954-1958 . . . Entilish. Home Economies . . . this Xvestmont lass is niak'ng arrangements to land a husband . . . thinks six chifdren sound great . . . smrets that everybody knows irk her . . . Iunior and Senior Prim stand first in her memories. SHIRLEY WISNEWSKI . . . 1954-1958 . . . English, History. Meath . , . Future Nurses Club ...' 'Shirl' looks forward to lead- ing a happy life . . . insineerity is not a par: of this gals makeurn . . , remembers oh so muth her first day at school . . . thinks often about Ring Day. Page 43 KATHLEEN WUTZ 1954 1958 Engllsh Commercnl lVl1th G A A 1 2 3 look ng forw1rd to secret1ry posltlon hopes to become wlfe 1nd n1other some d 1y K1y w1ll rmss hgme nursmg el1sses Rlnq D1y 1s uppermost 111 memory tre ISUFCS FRANCES ZANDREW 1954 1958 L1t1n Englxsh lVl1tha m 1t es Booster Club 3 Slldlllty 4 C A A 2 3 4 Presldent 4 S udent Le 1der 3 4 Ch0r1l Club 2 spet11l request nulnluer from Fr 1n no more 1ssembl1es durmq study perlods futu 1 ped1qoque needs mueh tlme to get re udy remembers well tht X 1rs1ty B1sketh1ll g1mes CAROLYN ZEGLIN 1954 1958 Fnghsh lVl1th dow 11 wnth b1ck seat dr1vers up wlth 1 qood secretary s 10h hemg 1 good Wlfe 1nd mother 18 h r 11m the gold st1r qoes to the umor C,l1ss PICHIC CORINNE ZILINSKY 1956 1958 Enghsh some d1y Con w1ll be takmg d1ct1t1on from some execu1ve shell then be sure she hmshes wh1t she st1rts she w ll never forqet how exclted 1nd Complxmented too she w1s when puked to pl1y on the V1rs1ty Volleyb1ll te1m MARY ANN ZITO 1954 1958 l nqllsh Suenee lVl1th Announcer Sod1l1ty C1n1er1 weddmq hells for lVl11r eolleqe d1ys must Come hrst hel1eyes 1n people hemq l'111IT'll11 h1ppy moments spent 1n O11f'f11ll9111 loek ch mgmg and lVl1ll w 1ukee eonventlon w1ll 1lw 1ys he remembered AUDREY ZVONECEK 1954 1958 hnqhsh Home lwo nom1es when Auds d1ys IFC hmshed at Naz1reth shell turn her thoughts to wedloek she s 1 hrm hel1ever ln e1ch one t1k1ng e1re of her own 131181708 1n her memory book Rmg D1y t1kes the top llstlnq GERALDINE SULLIVAN 1954 1955 1958 Engllsh, Latm Math, H1S1OFy Leglon of lVl.1ry 1 2 4 gettmg to church on t1me keeps berry steppmg says she th1nks helpful people arent always helpful Page 44 SUSAN WOLFRAM 19541958 l'ngl1sh Hlstory bod 1l1ty 1 2 Alexme 2 Cl1ss Dflieer S1OL1Y thmks 1t would he 1n erestmg to llve on the South Se1 lsl1nds here no empty h l1'1dCd m 11lmen eould dlsturb her Anme 1nd Sm Lo remmd h r of her hlgh school d 1yS KAREN WOOD 1954 1958 hnqhsh H1story Ix1r w 1nts more 111110 euttmq up worms w1s 1 squxrmxnq SCI'181f10I'l but lots of fun th1nks one never w1ll he lonsesome nf one IS hlessed wxth sxx eh1ldren w1ll 1lw1ys tre1sure the memory of Rmg D1y 1nd B1OlOQX tl1sses f"'xJ f"S.J 70 UI fDS O lllllg Q!! 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It takes more than at least a n1netw axe1aqe to be adm1tted1nto th1s SOCIGIV Each member has to hax e to her Cred1t part1C1pat1on IH some act1x1tv of seruce IH the school Bes1des th1s she must haxe prox en herself to be cooperatn e and honorable and xx orthx of mem bersh1p IH the SOCIQIX that stands for all th1s lJ.1qv JD X rw zs KWZWQ Zgfesfsecf GJ Qlve XCDACHQ l 0 K eceiye ff' W 'Q SISTPR JOAN MARII: nl r Moder to MARY NOONAN BARBARA BFRNHARD RITA CJRILL LAROL DODS umor Year mlght Well be Called thr1ll and dr1ll year Mem orles of the Snow Ball Dance Prom Nlght the Rmq Day Cere mony Chrlstmas remembrances for the M1SSlbS1ppl MISSIONS all thls lSfl'16tl1I'1ll More study harder subjects more CllHlCL1lt testg that stern preparatlon for the last and hnal hop the1r Semor Year all th1s 1S the Drxll Sxster Ioan Marle IS always on hand to make the gomq easler Pwge 46 3 X M B0 dckl B Bunk C B1cl1 N B1cn1s R B1gh 1m M Bog IH Bonumo P Boroxxgzxk M Briglcl Bnsgh Bronge Buzk Bud xnSk1 M Buglel V Bukms Bul1t Burclett K Burns Butler A Bxlut C1111 C 111 C irbon ITU C lI'Ilt s C 1rm x Cent mm Ch lbl' C Chopp 'UL ,440 HW? if.J AW gif? 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K MQGurren I McKenn1 M Meyer L Mllbert Morrone B Morse C Moscom A Mlxdra Mulline Ja 'wwf' E Mulvlhlll S Nelxs S Nelson Nemec 'W M' ... W f 1:1 .ml Page 51 e"' I ,.,.ll. .:-b- - . 4 Ag I ful. I - -, :,l I 'Q S-J?--V .D gi , ' wifi a j Il '-1 ' 5 ,.,l V' I 1 ' f N . 15 H ,vi ,Q f , .- Q c . nr A 'T7 y X l .WI I s - T" I I ye W T Q I I "" ' k4', . .A Y R. Mulhollan lljvl . ' , ji 15" aa 1. . 1 I 'QW 1 2 I , I I A I- gb . l M ---: I by A A 1 - In eff . . , f V 1 Z4 . 2 .F f Q 'ff' , J 5 fl . rf I ' 4' . . .fr I . 1 ' A I np N ,,, I V? mws, ,QW 'G' pv- '7' if , 015 A 5,5 Tk' f'n,,f-.5 "' fm 'sagw 'M' ur Nnwfv N49 f. :-225 ffl' MVZZOVS 6 i 'T Km! i 11. n 'P Qld? 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The State Department of lllmols xx ants all high school students to have a course ln Safe Drnvmg and Rules of the Road before he or she graduates7 Did you know that slnce 1957 Nazareth conducts these classes durmg the Iumor year Lessons are held once a week half hour perxods for two semesters Twelve films mvolvmg varxous phases of drlvmg are shown durmg the course At the end of the year gxrls are tested on what they have achleved The course prepares them for the test when they are ready to take the exammatlon to obtam a drlver s llcense Page 53 ' 1 . 1 . . . . . . r . C. Zienciak . . V . , . , . Cgjfocgings or fhe QQZICZZCZZIQS cere 61 the QIQTI R MARX ILDNN ARDETTA 1 r tr PAT APPII HY r lxA I HY MURRIN md BONNH ION! S MARY PHI SINC sm Ht Sophomores haxe cauqht on quxekly to the Splllf of qmmq that r l N p CV31 S 'it agareth Chrlstmas tlme found them husv hllmq stock mqq and Wrappmq p1ek1qeQ 'ill fox those less foxtunwte thin thev But how could they he other them kmd vx beloxed SlSt2I M Edwixdettef 1th "1lL"'dCI hke then P uge D4 6, CSOQAOWZOFQS -1? 'cr fx, CW 4 nv JSA 'Q' 'S +vo- ME 4-4 :K JH JE Y? nr' .4 ll fig! wal HUG I? rs luv W7 NNW' 15 'nr WX? gy? '11 C15 ilcggl M Catrwmbone P Ccrny M Chl npecka S Chr 1mOSt1 Chrnsty K CILOHIC B.Cimb'11ist1 .Ciotus-ynski S. Ci-in'1usk1s M. Cole C. Col0m'm D. Collins . 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'IITIILIKHIII 4 " ' ' In ,H W 1: M pw M A ...I I., , ,V A, VIII'ZL'Ll.1Ii M if 29 .Y . S - 4' , ' I.'l"4i1k .ltr 'V If 1 1' ' 1- . K. Y.nill.um-mr! , I 1' E I V. " 1 I.. Y.1h'rlI.z mf ' S ' 61 ' ' X- L A I s.. Ll I4 .fm I ' w 1 ' ,Q , Jw A lvl' HV, 2 :J f M 3 v-' I , f S X ' x - N. . W-, I ,V I I I 'X .1 1 IVAI z ,A ' V I f 5 .YV .- , 1 A .- XS, X . xlw gf..-,. A Z A ,M ,ax Y? I I I ' y ' I 1, , I 1. V. 1 -sk' ,I I . ' f I XA ,W ,. , 52' I Mi' ' P , f I , I , ' ' A rw.. ' 1. , zz ,Q W f - A 'I -0 "":' V R,'Z. Lmlmk Yxxzy 15 ,q 2 V I , f ' A H I, '11, fntwrli x W I If ' ' I7 .l , I ' , ' N. Z. Qglvr I 1' .W ,Q I ,g w , Gai ULU Cgctzbn with CQCZLZUQ CDCJIAQACS RELIGION DEPARTMENT Hello therel You may not know it, but l've been your friend for a long time. l'm always around, but sometimes you forget me. This is most evident during vacation. However, when school be- gins, l'm better known, and during exams popularity is my middle name. Oft times you find me unattractive, but in the long-run, l'll manage to win you over. Upper picture: Seated: L. to R. OVCOHHOF. R. Bigham, V. Hendricks, M. Meyer. Standing: V. Buksas, K. McCabe, M. Perticara, M. Munao periodi- cally distribute Cisca News. Lower Picture: Father Conleth's Religion class. Room 223, receives the Chris- tian view point on marriage. Page 70 Opposite page: P. lflipskind A. Casiello M. Roth K. Starr R. Keyworth K. lVlcGurrin K A 1' vii!" , ultra, tbwuqmt rua ikilqllulillll, W W, fy ...fn nlnu qwmrnm Isla Inks nqgfvuu , iw Q V Ind.: 161 wma gm' syn: ' g.,iW'mm april' fun ldv tifwrumh H4 qu: k a,M,,,, i-vw fn ai mv hh cfiwrud Iam an nl, A A ,fp',. fa Q Wann 1 min L14-alta, lUii ur- wugqgm , mf dm mb: amvuufun ,un lrrifwqigqk N Jag, fa -fn iwvfv A-uftualluau 53191101140 ,yu vt., , fy ww 4 nn: 1.151111 Q I us 1411411114111 qu. !,All,, ,WJ .f nlmpar wiifmw Ugg, vm w"-my 44' mifttm flu shygiy ,Vin :kph U . LY ZV fllLS.S. I' L . 3. Kun: fimlava' 4-ff' J H H 4- 4 I .qnul-Jn 1...w.M1f,f. 1 1-wk '51 """"""" 1 Iyynuuu fi ,ff Purim I 5 sunk in 5 ,yggunlu I-llliill W, E iffbunvimma hum Q xf"' ' ? g Luumaym' tnmnum uh-envy: If idly- milk:-hint!! all H ,Ln V My V if , M W CS?JQdA am! Gwlhfife 5 Kllffffczzf of Giulffesy ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Adventures in English provide a four year passport for a whirl around the World through all facets of English - timely topics, pet projects. and expressive essays. Great Expectations are in store for the Freshman. Sophomores sympathize with Silas Marner. Iuniors jaunt through Our Town, and Seniors climax the journey with the mysteries of Macbeth and merry old England. Top picture: M. Hubona, K. Szalat, M. Greco inspect a series of good sentences. Bottom picture: P. Wedrzil delivers a talk to her classmates. M. Kurtz and K. Vrchota operate the record player. EOVQ Clam with If O ig 0 Page 72 Opposite page: M. Kuta S. Lepsi K. Rumbyrt S. Talty B. Barrett B. Kmoch A C94 OSL .QQ SZJAQS gvueffcze Cgtuczly Languages LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Nazareth girls are fortunate to have three foreign languages offered. Although it is not Compulsory, most of the students include one or two of them in their programs. About seventy-five percent ' ' h or of our language students study Latin. The rest take Spams French. Left picture: Grale, a French student, has that coy look, K. Keilman and S. Streck model the ancient Roman toga. Right picture: M. Mazurek, A. Malpier, and B. Cimbalista wear the ever popular Spanish mantilla. Page 74 Opposite page: C. Meehan R. Ouska P. Trutty P. Torgersen T. Middendorf I. Hinton wus? 1.1. 4, V2 fr ' , . IKM 1 grgvf X4 X N XKBR ,N XX X'.XKXK.1X M -mu wuuxx ya,,..q N WHXZRY A A? ,WW A9 1-A06 T 'T if mfecf S y fl QTQQI Qlirf CDW X ing" SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT When a girl finishes at Nazareth. she leaves with a good knowledge of her country and its activities both in the past and present time. The study of the history of other nations also devel- ops her into a citizen appreciative of the life and problems of other people. Not a morning ever passes that the entire school all at the same time recites the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag with faith and sincerity. This very solemn daily act is bound to make a deep impression on the girls, and let us hope their love for their country will increase as years go on. Upper picture M Kmoch, S. Ridley. S. Krug, M. Senicka. M. Iones. Bottom picture Left of the flag, S. Hack, C. Hofer, M. Bicek, B. Blaha, P Gormcm Hwnyzewski. Right of the flag, G. Colburn, K. Gannon. E osef P Driqos. P. Plunkett. M. L. Higgins. ll A - gn! A .- Opposite page: P. Alesh E. Nernec K. Vetrano P. Cesario D. Sartori M. T. Healy MQW My J 'Q 1 'Sa 1. .-Q X-N -MSQNXNN +-svn! .wy- x -M 1 rl' 1 ,Y , 1 ' 5 1 Q L in 44 , sw- fn ia, K r W xi, I k Y' 2, M ak 4 . 1 if 4 is , 4 1" , 1 . I Tw. , M . ,, 'V .4 S , N ' 1, A, ' 1 , K was A ' HW M' Z4 W is Q Q gf. 'ht H . ,A 4" f ' , Y . Wulf f L fi f K "H an 'N 5 .ws 1 . . xg, ., .- 1 H Q, ,'.,J1 ,N H 2 ,, f "Z :gf V V 'A - gf. H K "f, , K' . 4. f N ,F it '4 ' ,, , 4 L , V r ,M f ,H U , , ' o . -x ,, ' MA 6 1 . . '. . - fi AW. . . ., , Q R' , , 1 ' ,, 'W , " Y I V, fi ,nf A V ,W M J 4 1 l 3, gjOltZJQl'Z.VZg gbofgfnomzkz MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT In this department, the student de- velops an interest and gains a greater appreciation of math. Well qualified in- structors acquaint mathematically minded pupils with the role played by mathematics in daily situations. Wheth- er it be Basic Math or Trig., the N.A. girl learns how to work constructively with others and is trained to see things from more than one angle. Top to bottom: M. Perticara. N. Raia, S. Czer, B. Michalec. Opposite page: T. Pontillo B. Bicek S. Nlannehack I. Cooney L. Schemmer I. Pollastrini C f ,A X Z- 52" ET" -in -.-.E --1..H ""'i X an faq ---aa Illnn-n-8 0 60 'Nh' M- 0 E' X , . l W 5 2 ix' gf 6. rr- ai' E- :- H L-"L'.""' E.. II' EE- 'Thus- .- :.. , ::.. - 5... :- 11.-:S :-in ... fa--2 .. E- :T f ' X Q t ' " x he X 0 N:-1--m ' EI" if :-'I- ' 1? 7 E?-. 5 4,, ' 4 Q fr- ' V --' "' - 37. l -':"' .-S :- i ,lf f 2' Z Q 5 5' K . y gf . . OC S VQCZZL OWQI' t S ZS CZLQ. ZH C-XCZQHCQ 01 J SCIENCE DEPARTMENT There is a crying need for scientists today. Girl scientists can also take their place in scientific Fields as well as men. Nazareth is equipped with fine laboratories and well prepared teachers. Courses in Chemistry. Physics and Biology are offered. Even the gold lish and the turtles seem to enjoy the atmosphere, Upper picture: Tuzar. Erl and R. Schaudenecker work on preparation of oxy- gen. Center picture: Crrzesiak and lVl. Shortall sprinkle vit- amins into the aquarium. Lower left picture: P. Kasul and B. Zdon demonstrate the simple crane. Lower right picture: C. Fourie and B. Tuchowski coax the turtle with real meat. Opposite page: S. Nelis P. Pavlinek K. Zelesko A. Hack R. Thesing D. Levand Page 80 i fi-Q Qfs H0 lx ure ...... z2W H Lancia 0 cies COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT O50 CX? OOM E ,MII aa!! aww 07 760 3 10 373510 Q9 I 0 6 57 0?60 I M3760 365 U 9? 50 0 B0 1? JO 17 Page 82 Speed accuracy and CEHCI ency are h1ghly emphas1zed 1n Nazareth s well conducted Commerclal Department For tlfied wlth these three assets the NA comrnerclal student finds herself capable of fulfill lng her part 1n the buslress world Sr M ullana MISS Savovlch and MISS D1 Tulllo deserve applause Top plcture Hartman and K Kos l1k explaln the ledger sheet Mendell take It down 1n shorthand Second plcture P Burgman and C AtTypewr1ters L Pellegr1n1 G Sutej B Scholle L Yakovucz poundlng away Lower plcture Be sure you get xt 1n the r1ght file Mxss Rooney Oppos1te page: A Aeblscher M Herron I O'C0nnor K Kozllk L Flowers V Buksas f .9 if ecmty cm Beauty glDanJzOrz'z'z'ng ART DEPARTMENT Art classes have an atmosphere of relaxation and enjoyment. Students may be seen bustling over poster or canvas, sketching a pretty scene or molding graceful figurines. Sr. M. Gertrude and Mrs. Morones tutor the girls in perspective, design, color, and proportion. Drop into the Art Room some day and see their accom- plishments. lt's worth a visit. 4,75 awww' W Upper picture: P. Lee and M. Tichy Sketch N. Buck, the model. Left center: M. Centanni and L. Schultz put finish- ing touches on the jewelry. Lower picture: P. Cadieux and S. Gallagher have fun molding and decorating figurines. Opposite page: C. Stitzer E. Pleshar M. Senicka B. White M. Thuma R. Miller Page S-i Nui I fe":ifg 1 X ,pk CZAQ l 1 A-.. "T l l Upper left: R. Altieri, C. Cochrane H. Gurtner. M. Callahan. Lower left: A. York. C. Renick, P. Slusarczyk. upper right: F. Cinikas, A. Kempfer. C. Hall, K. Coffee. Lower right: B, Unger, M. Pardus, C. Krueger. cgi cgfzfoff own czrmonf Acme H MUSIC DEPARTMENT Nazareth offers a well rounded musical educa- tion lor girls who wish to further their talents. The Choral Club has been instrumental in spreading cheer and good will. Special auditions and recitals afford oppor- tunities in piano and Voice. The Orchestra vibrates with melodies from yesterday and today as the pendulum of time swings back and forth. Opposite page: F. Cinikas N. Vilimek C. Robinson M. Zalas T. Kinsella Kissel l J Cguoppzizg Ae HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Oh, that aroma of delicious food Hoating down from the third floor foods labl Yes, that's where the girls learn the art of good food planning and general home management, under the watchful eye of Sr. M. Adrienne. If you take a peek across the way. you'll see racks of well made outfits done by the girls under the supervi- sion of Sr. M. Ioan of Arc and Sr. M. Elizabeth. Upper picture: S. Hartney and Held pick patterns while the clerk helps M. Linhart select material. Lower picture: C. Med- land knows a good celery stalk, and E. Callanan recognizes a solid cauli- flower. Opposite page: M. Healy M. Rocen I. Giermak M. Gajewski R. Rosanova E. Iozef Page 88 mx , 'fa - Q EAAZ Q I lr , x X 'GW gbyg arfojfgcf PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Setthat baH h1gher' Blake that ba ket' 'These and other Cheers can be heard comlnq from the gym everv day Gym classe nrovlde not only recreauon ID a busy schedule but also 1mproxe athlet1C ab1l1t1es A ' ny ore who urvwed Calls thenlcs Clur QYCCIOUS and versatde Sr R4 I. urencel atthe head of dns acuve department Page 90 To pcu R F1z1ol1 Lukas zek K G1b9OD o B enn ndemon strate Fleld Fockey Lowerl ft plcture F Zandrevx P Uzuhil S RIQOHI rlse to the occ1 slon 1tVolley B ll qwmes Lower rlght R Iwurey S Dleck rninn D Pellegr n1 basket that one Opposite page B Sornmers S G1bSOH R Blgham E Lockrem P Wensktxs K Frcelch W f f--Q f"NJ QAM Qu Q iff S7 glzgf f This be rutiful picture represents but a small part ofthe iid in fact exerv ve 11 Elch class room carried out proiects remembermq people old md xounq less fortunate th m thev The Glee Club Climaxed the activities vs ith an unusual pwntorrume accompanied vs ith Carols depietmq the birth of our Saxior J e C U U 5 my , , . A s f X ,fx , , f ll Z0 Q i 166 f ,, X 3 I true Christmas spirit that prevailed at Nazareth this year. ll U- v MAX ,fflgfg-3' ht. ij 'V 'T mir vb wig' an ff- Qo ""'9.""'. V Q , 'N-'Ps t In U.-9 l 'X 'vxt 915 v sf, 'N I M A vu. "vw Q J N v rf- MWA? 'Ty' r ,Q ff' V! 7' Adwvy F '21 , .I x "' ,ms 1 i' 5 iv., 1114 zjze, C Ill' C1UQef110sS. 11116 C Ill' rape 9 Q' 9 Y X 9 gf Officers of the Senior Sodulity pzxrticipntmng m thc cum ning of our Lady They are Nl. Schzlcfcl' amd R. Huddlcsrcm to thc right, NI. Houcck and A, KCn1pfc1'toth0 left. 1 or Q2 Gai 5 gfafh gone feat 611198 O lr LEGioN or MARY . . . Like an army in battle array. the Iunior Praesidia at Nazareth unite their prayers with those of all other praesidia. praying not only for their own personal sanctifica- tion, but for that of all whom they contact. Visits to the sick and the aged, making scapulars, distributing literature and fos- tering pious activities among the girls make up their work. There are three prae- sidia at Nazareth, Morning Star. Our Lady of Nazareth and the Freshman group. Sister M. Antoinette. Sister Ioan Marie and Sister M. Oliver sponsor them. Ann Crakow was chosen to the honorable office of Secretary to the Iunior Curia al Above: Foreground: Sr. loan Mtirie. Mod- erator. Back of the Statue: M. Aeschliman lTreasurerJ. M. Funk tViCe Presidentl, A. Grakow tprcsidcntl. C. Doemland lSecre- taryl. Around table: B. Pekny, A. Radson, M. Pcrticara, R. Altieri, S. Miller, G. Sul- livan, M. Tichy, G. Schapiro. C. Birkbeck, M. Collins. D. Simunek, G. Knapp. Nl. lVlalone. C. Boske. M. Churnan. C. Colburn. M. Kalka. l. Kulhanek. M. Thuma. M. Par- dus. S. Gibson. Center Picture: Sr. Mary Adrienne. Mod- erator. L. Gussivein lviue Pres'dentI, S. Nelis lTrcasurerl. R. Lowrey lpresidcntl. I. lirl lSc:ret.iryl, S. Butler. lVl. Speh. P. Collins, R. Grill, C. Kerlin, O'Connor. Bottom Picture: Leaders: A. Krumh. K. For- ster. Standing: B. Michalec. V. Henry, P. Vvenskus. Kneeling: Row l: P. Biurstrom, P. Rivers. Row 2: N. Vuscko. lVl. Nlclfvoy R. Thesing. Row 3: Nl. Serenda. A. Fourie. I. Terselich. Row -l: C. Kennelly. B. Blame ing, B. Bierhauer. P iqc 96 We Cgoffectors, gR?ejZifaz'n ease ring Q omorrowv ALEXINE REPRESENTATIVES . . . A band of thirty six "go gettersw worked hard with their homerooms col- lecting Alexine payments and keeping their accounts straight. Distributing the Annuals was also a part of their job. They did this with dispatch and with little or no confusion. Hats off to them! Top Picture: SENIORS Rowl: Sheridan, P. Dragos, M. Zito. Row2: l-lanyzcwski, P. Eichinger, D. Iecman. P. I-lpskind. Center Right: SOPHOMORES Row l: K. Brent-iscn, C. Cvuzzo. Row2: M. Kaspar, C. Renick. Row 3' A. York, R. Rosonova. ROW4: M. Coyle. P. Wcdrzil. Row 5: R. lovino. 'A Z-A on-., Q " 'twwilh k I N UFIY 5 . ,,,,:V,:,:.: Left Bottom: ILINIORS Row l: W. Friar, M. Gziycski. Row 2: V. Hendricks, M. Roth. Row 3: K. Svahck. B. Schollc, Row 4: M. Gross. V. Buksas. Row 5: C. Kerlin, B. Bicck, C. Hcircns Lower Right: FRESHMEN Row l: D. Carrigan, S. Platt, D VVebcr. C. Zoladz. Row2: P. Hafcli. C. Martin, C. Ken nelly, C. Bourgeois. M. Mc Mahon. 3 W 15, ti . ff Q , in , gfzktczczrz goes cz Klfltyllflfg czf Cspozzfscirs time Top left: L. Saul. D. Konopasek, R. Todoroff, K. Forster. Shotts. M. Funk. Upper right picture: P. Hipskind lliditorl, P. lVl1irphy. C. llcnnclvcrry. Cirkya. l.. Saul. Nliss l.dIKlT'lg1-Ill. B. Xvhitc lAr n . I ltditorl. .e 1 ' Q? Q li", y .egg IA uw! Q3 M18 5 xv ll ,A 4-if Aj -L3-if fat .gum 1. View tibia.. THE ALEXINE The Alexine staif consists of twenty one members. nineteen seniors and two juniors. They hold their meetings on Thursdays after school. Durinq the Christmas holi- days. Nliss Landrigan. the moderator, en- tertained the staff with a tea at her home. Barbara White and Carol Syec poured. Pictures for the Year book were taken there, and here they are: and for fear our readers might think that the staffs theme song was "play", we snapped a picture of the girls really in action The nine hy twelve book is a new yenture for Nazareth. and the staff hopes every- one will like it Center left: C. Clanze. M. I. Villari, P. Hipskind. B Xvhite. Nl. Boiiwli. lVl. Nlcfioldriuk. Bottom left: Xl. Panoth. C. lleriiivlwrry. C. Syec. P. Ncuzil. L. lanota. S. Shields. Sheridan. igt' 90 4--"N-sv. Anuouuc 1' QQ QL LB NO 3 NAZAQUH ACADEMY LA GRANGE PARK Alexme Needs Student Suppo 1 1 v 1 lu A rn Km :J v. x y U4 u H K dm w :nm mm x gm m H : 1 'I-ul' JI-x 1 n 1 u N N r 1 . ir rm xx m up Rx lx cs x r 4 . A U mul nd u thu ' 4 Carol Vrtxs :mms-d hu GD word p mm . 1 fm Ifjmmutu 'Fl L fxm um!-, dx pdud hx tho gnls xx n In p V' an tha wmnuu 41 ful d nr leur hh bu .u H will prov. X I 1 c In honor uf lhn Xmnmculdte Conup mn thz. pair-:mes of our Sodalxtv the Sodalmits am haxmg a day of Roco! c-clmn un Der 8 Paths: Thnodore Weiser ORM wxll gnc: two confer mmm v-huh ml! be followed bw a ro nphon ceremony Fnher Conloih. our d rvcctur wall rn cent th: Jumnr and Senxors who make or renew then' temporary Act of Con wecrwhon mln the Sodalm Oihers wxll rue-we pm: whowmg they are approved candmdates for the Sodahty Logic V Upperc 1 Bonme Burxen Mary Lou Dominik: Fonler Vuguua drew k A,- C f 0512213 in u mbyr 1-unbxx imma. u nts- Cvm ptxon rxsimm Xa xt n BL gm Chxxf n ab D n ir wha! Danxc rx Nav. 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Caxbolxc Childs Prayer Book. and lh u ry lmnbk- wlorx of tm Natzutw A th: pxc Lhool hxldrcn One Lutle Baby Th 1 and mflhx ofhus Jn on cl plus m the Lxbrary THE ANNOUNCER ' 1957 Ku 1 n xfn tl it h :mln 1 mu bv 1 n ummm L th Qxrhx Q eriuro un vm, fl. , 4 Y M sd thai: par than urn Nix L 400 'xx pu: L .md xxu L Ln 1 NA Joins Fenwlck 1 :Hr Junor an ru 4 mhua NLM Numl 1 I' nm k In 1 H ' xy vu 1 1 4 n mu r Hin 1 .md xirfu mu cnru I1 cis thc Fmu Lk Band x 1 1 towns The I 5583! 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Sister Mary Cecilia and Mr. Pitera are the instructors. Q? Top Picture vsl C1 Cwsslclx R Il X iunius IX Dtmsi WI oi K Breisch W2 S Ridlex S Buflrr M Q iilt A ut Upper center left Roxx 1 L Cjussvuin D R idelm C Birlxlu lx Rovs 2 lx Cnle ison M Mtlx il Q uros 'X rn D Btumt Row l Co t n 'X 4 rl dt rf lXl Sht ber lx Collet Rom 2 ssc. ll lx it L C kus M lxut i Lower center left Row l A Kempfer R C, mrlwitt l Russt ll Rovs 2 F inikxs M l s ll ill 'N t 1 Lower center right Row l 1 Pumi C Nr slutr M Cwlil upte Rovx 2 D Bic-xxengi C, ones C, innnttt D Collins Drums M Reuss C Like T lxinselli C Cr Lower nght Sister M C,LCil1x C Robinson 4 ittompl Mr pl tri t 1 8 44 K K7 P iqe l07 ef l'5lff ,AB 1, . E: . A an 33 is L i il. 4 , I, 9 -. fl ' , if S' A Ro' . 1 . Q. K. 23- ' 1. X . . L ll'. Ro' f.f ' .Ai 1. .K .L ' ' Aan. .l ,I fra el, I2 Sc 5. , ' '11 Upper center right: ' 1 Sis' ,,B. X"Wcrliti. L. Sthvnu Pr, T. . l'l cn H . . V I 1. Ki,-.1 f '. Rfipl, B. zum. A. H., li. 1. Iirnt-sr. B. rm V Q f C ' nfl, h ylex. C. .fi 'Rig-I-S. :L. L' . ' .i . ,L "lm: z . . 1 ', 1. .lens ' I -fw . i"v-2. . Q .. . FIX.. s., '77 Ginn, Lcyrff CSM!! Qpe fp f CHN! 01151116 t-j4lllIOl1lICD0 Q ICZZSQ if as . -, , c 3- 0' 97 25 . l-.. v '37 G? '55 I. Potvrek. l. Miller, R. Altit-ri. D. Pierce. K. Cotc. D. Ochs. D. Adarrison. M. Callahan. E. Wills, R. Noonan. K. Vrchotzi, C. Krut yer P lxiernin D. Cvcrwise. A. Ioyce. I. Marschall. K. Tanner. B. Dominski, R. Mulhollzin, B. Unger, B. Haig in K T iniilli M. lVI.ick. N. Occn. C. Hocgrcfe. B. Bernhard. H. Cvurtner. S. Smith. CECILIAN CHORALIERS . . Doorway to heavenly music through Saint Cecilia. Rehearsals enable Choraliers to perform easily before cr Mighty lovely are the twenty eight private lesson voices. Favorite songs are presented in new and different styles Solos and group performances train them in part singing Lasting appreciation of music is instilled in their hearts. Timely direction is given by Sister Mirizim Rose. Donating their talents to entertaining young and old. Page l03 .A fy ru., AAQM W "'f1'1' , A A5 , in , 1 9 J,- V 4' A x W W' 'H f, ,Q n a.. 1 5. AVA. A, A ' ' 22 ' - Y Mr ff ff' 'YZ 'V 'T Qi? gf rf H5 .QQ yew VV .92 LIT, 'fy 'I "Q ' v .gi K In 4, V5 E2 Q- 4 - -.H 414 V I ,A 5, AK?-4 ll Rf 49 AA 'KA Af V1 bl: AN QA 15,1 AA A 'ig' V ff M as .. AA 3, ff gf 41 Ml A KI ' I 4 an M Q- V 'V 'gf af' .351 uh, mg V95 A 'S' 1- i fs iga K ey at Wazaffefh gfzzow Me Cscore OFFICE HELPERS . . . The increase in enrollment brought more work to the otlice. Different periods ofthe day these young ladies give up their study time to take over some of the lighter duties. REPERTOIRE CLASS . . . Sister Ethna lVlarie's piano students appear in recitals periodically. dis- playing the results of good teaching and hard work. Parents and friends are invited to hear their performances. You will find it well worth the time to attend. Top Picture: Staiiding .it the inform.ition desk: B. pekny, Kntitliy. Doing other Lhores: Seated: Y. lX'l.igit. lf. lX'lit.il, Standing: M, Proseli, P. Nlorrissey. Bottom Picture: Row I: P, 'l'e.il. D. Assenzxi. Foody. A, York. O. Vvillianis, G. Grundmzinn. S. lecllieka. Row 2: lX'lyles. K. lfssig. Ruelc. Piorkniwski. Rittenhouse, lVl. Brady. Sheuhzin, D, Koran Row 3: C. Rodelli. N. Yiliniek. C. Smith. D. La Roegue, C. Ruzak. L, Cerny, M. Zalas. Bathon. l'rogr.im Director: S. Streck. At the piano: C. Reniek. .-'wg Wurfsefs GMWQICA ACDACA, N QMS get Sei to Snap dey 00 Qrile YU C 1151 fcmr. cmr Y ,vzf Q! 5 X X P HALL GUARDS . . . "Hall Guardu is an organization of seventy- two girls. captained by Sister M. Adrienne. Faithful to her duties, each girl mans her post. directing traffic. clearing 'Ajamsf' and patrolling corridors. Possessing neither stern expressions. nor square jaws. hall guards. nevc'it'ir-'css. hive proved to many a girl's sorrow that they do mean business. Top Picture: Row l: M. Funk. T. Pontillo, P. Torgcrscn. Row 2: A. Grakovv. H. Lukcs, C. Kraiss. Nl Ggidiiiifslci. Row 3: C. Mendell. M. Munao, M. Dun .ivxt C. Ktfliniin. Row -l: Vander Hcyden. Hiinyzewslii. G. Vezifiniglia. R. Schauclenecker. Row 5: M. Perticzirzi. C. lVleniird, C. Hzufrr. lVl. Villiiri. Row 6: K. Forster. C. Cl.in:c, Center Picture: Row l: K. Thomka. M, Tepper. Row 2: K. Swezcnski, H. Clurtner. D. lalvglwrg, N ml.in. Row 3: D, Duncan. Sweeney, S. Quintnli. Row -li Gicrmzik. l"ltlI'l'Il11lfl, B. Kziski. Row 5: V. Bukszis. L. Flowers. S. Eichcnfvcr. Row 6: M, Gross. K. Richards, R. Lowrcy. lVl. Simon. Along the wall: B. Bernhard, I. Erl, B. R ink. G. Peters. Nl. Smith. R. Lindziuer. C. Chopp. D. Sh ifler. Bottom Picture: Forcground: Scared: P. Ap- plehy. Standing: l.of.iso. l.. Fink' ham. P. Zito. l.. XVolt.i. D. Collins. Cl. l:rcviii.iii, Nl. Kurtl. l.isl-iulslii. lvl. Slivl-mi. Page 107 .7 W5 'W-5. ,wav- ix, I H -, ' Q1 1 . Ykafffifke if ffffrgg, v,, "-'I---,.,,,,W,M W W M W W 'M ff K QL 23-.4 X N4-21-ff' , QQ fi fv- ramcz upzjs are Qgfzcfzizg gain THE DRAMA CLUB . . . Members of the Drama classes both private and otherwise generously give of their time to present yearly a performance for the beneht of Nazareth. Boys from neighboring schools are invited to assist. This year they did a wonder- ful job on MSXK'CCfl'1C21I'fSn. Vvords of grattude are here expressed to the devoted and efhcient lady, our beloved Mrs. Huebner who for many years has been responslble for these fine pro- ductions. Page l lkl SWEETHEARTS CAST Sylvia .,,,.,,, . MB. Unger. N. Callahan Princi .. . li1COlW Lianc . C, lirueiivr. R. Altieri lX'litkvI , , N. Dt' Rosa Paula S. hliller Lt. Karl . li. O1u1viu.1t'l1 llun. P. Slingsbv C. Olson Petrus You 'llromp l:.ii'r'cll Aristide Canithc l. ll-INN-1 Six daiigihtvrs. ..,, D. Adamson, lVl. Pardus, C. Hcucgrefe. P. lVlatis'z1k. Nl. lxlaeli. 'll Nl ddcndorf. B, Bernhard, B. Hagan. N. Oeen. B. Bicek, H. Gurtner. hlarsehall. Capt. Laurent ....... .. .. . .. ....... .... . P, Sdlwllu Footmau ...... C. Hillig, B. Yount Butler . . .. .... VV. Cwulrrv Soldiers L. Bernard, Sehnaulwlt, Caravello gym ide Gdlfzymas Kwrees lickecf to IAQ ance SNOW BALL DANCE . . . Yes, the night was moist. but it did not dampen the spirit of the luniors and Seniors with their dates as they danced under the balloon be-decked ceiling and the snow-flaked walls. Sister M. Oliver was there to welcome the girls. and even the candy canes seemed to be pleased. Page ll2 "mf Qs.-J ? V .. :sf , - 11,4 ,,.: A .-.. . , 74 ,.,, , Y - '- --.. : :- 4.. v.,- . ' ., - 1 A ' ,. 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Latin pupils stage a real Roman Holiday, Big Sister Sophomores pin corsages on their baby sister Freshmen. Lower left pictures: Faculty and pupils enjoy 'AWiennie Roast" at Library Picnic. wtnrzr VN..-1 Wu' K... lk lull! CUZ JW! IC' C-tll' SIJQFQAOFXQ Upper left picture: Snaps taken on Career Day. the day when girls have an opportunity to talk over the various careers in which they may be interested. .L 'f 1 ' Page lla '2 5 7 M I3 955 1. Q , Page ll6 Ofjezief' Biff!! f 1 If X Q y!AN1fIQlfllL Pictures to the left: Catalina, Elizabetha and Soledad, our Pan Am residents. School opened with Faculty Tea, Familiar faces on the Gym Floor. Sodalists en route to visit the aged. Ring Day began with Mass and ended with Tea. Below: Sophomore Kith N Kin Dance. Sophomores Entertain lncoming Freshmen. yi , 1'-Fi. .... A I If-XI pole' Graduatlng Resldents go home for keeps thu tlme C Hoegrefe M I., HIQQIIIS A951 QF? QAWQ 5 .1- FATHER KENNELLY Archdlocesan Dxrector of Guldance and a xx eII knoxxn person around Nazareth FATHER WEITZEL addressed the qlrls on the work ofthe Marvknoll mlsslons FATHER SWIFT spoke on mxsslon vxork MISS ANNE CULKIN conducted a Charm Course from the Cathohc VIQXX polnt FATHER KUSMAN 1958 Retreat Master xxlll Ionq be remembered bv N A q1rIs FATHER O DQNNELL professor of Enqhsh at Qulqley addressed the facultv M Healey Gerster Vander Heyden P Klernan SCIENCE FAIR EXHIBITS numbered oxer one hundred These are some samples We xxlsh me had room for more I4Il ati . ' 2 M ' . v L I if I L1 . QP 'r T257 . . y . . Y . 4f'71sf M. is 1 " I QI u , c , M , . If I .If I. 1 a,,. I , . f f f fsf' ,jf ,,na ' ' I .,.. , ,V . . .. ,, , , , 1 . ff' 5 5 . . ' I 2 g A I. . I +4-13 L ia?" N 1 V . . . I 2 . c .' , . r U ' I I c . W Y I Si it 2 Dux v 7 Aeb1scher Arlene 1953 Burns Ave Westchester Flllmore 5 4416 Aeschl1man Mar1lyn 4336 Florence St Downers Grove WOodland 9 2452 A11egrett1 D1 Anne 1626 Manchester Westchester Flllmore 3 6438 Altlefl Rosemary 618 Newberry Ave La Grange Park FLeetwood 2 0589 Bartunek Sandra 7926 26th St R1vers1de R1vers1de 7 9281 Belderson Kay 3816 So 58th Ave C1cero TOwnhal1 3 7048 Beran Patr1c1a 8416 45th Lyons LYons 3 8809 B1cek Mary Cla1re 3717 Wenonah Ave Berwyn Gllnderson 4 1107 B1rkbeck C1a1re 308 S Edgewood Ave La Grange FLeetwood 2 4382 Bjerke Rosallnd 3815 Ken1lworth Berwyn GUnderson 4 4544 Blaha Barbara 4916 W 25th S reet CICETO OLymp1c 2 9264 Bogan Anne 109 N Stone La Grange FLeetwood 2 4095 Boske Carleen Ann 112 No Stone La Grange FLeetwood 2 4188 Boucek M1dge 2433 Second No R1vers1de R1vers1de 7 0482 Brene1sen Barbara 1822 Hlghland Ave Berwyn Gllnderson 4 6337 Burgman Patr1c1a 3823 Mad son Ave Brookfleld HUnter 5 7944 Cada D1ane 2212 S Elmwood Ave Berwyn Gllnderson 4 5877 Callendo Mary 1834 N 24th Ave Melrose Park Flllmore 3 7252 Callahan Maureen 4932 Grand Ave Western Spr1ngs CHestnut 6 1676 Cas1e1lo Annette 10822 HHSYIHQS St Cass1dy Gerrl Lee 6831 Sunset Ave La Grange FLeetwood 4 3196 Chuman Mary Ann 1801 So Maple Ave Berwyn STanley 8 0029 Clrkva lud1th Lee 2219 18th Ave No R1vers1de R1vers1de 7 0327 Cochrane Cec11e 243 S 12th Ave Maywood Flllmore 3 1477 Cogl1anese Flora 1543 So H1ghland Ave Berwyn STanley 8 1905 Colburn Ga1l 4019 Howard Western Spr1ngs CHestnut 6 0345 Coll1ns Maureen 307 Harr s Ave Clarendon H11ls FAculty 3 1677 Crlsara Mary Ann 2084 Pratt Ave Des Pla1nes VAnderb1lt 7 1856 Czarny Dorothy 7434 W 56 Place Summ1t GLobe 8 2535 D1on El1nor 11853 S Mlch qm Ave Ch1cago COmmodore 4 9187 Doemland Carol lean 4501 Saratoqa Ave Downers Grove WOodland 8 6716 Dragos Phy111s D1ane 3905 Cus e Ave Brookfield LYons 3 3-141 Dunlavy Maureen 25 Ash el Aye H11 sxde Llnden 4 1759 Exchlnger Patr1c1a 2137 S Suffolk Ave Westchester Flllmore 3 2446 Every Clayton Iune 13 R chmand Ave La Grange Park FLeetwood 2 5161 Fantett1 Carol 2511 So Aust1n Blyd C1cero TOwnhall 3 3779 Feary Barbara 726 Forest Road La Grange Pk FLeetwood 4 1811 enzor zrectory Forster Kereen 620 So Bruner St H1nsdale FAculty 3 5103 Funk Mary ludlth 607 So Stough H1nsdale FAculty 3 0109 Fush1m1 3Ckl9 Route 3 H1nsdale FAculty 3 7385 Gadz1nsk1 Mary Ann 3105 So 49th Ave CICETO OLymp1c 2 7754 Galas Barbara 2637 So Grove Ave Berwyn Gllnderson 4 7442 Gannon Kathy Ann 501 N Dover La Grange Park FLeetwood 2 3214 Ganze Carol 10860 Cant1gny Dr1ve La Grange CHestnut 6 1048 Genovese Patr1c1a 3231 Cleveland Ave Brook11e1d HUnter 5 8064 Gerster lean 5220 S Kenwood Ch1cago HYde Park 3 1286 G1bson Sharon 1943 Hull Ave Westchester Flllmore 3 8878 G1llham D1ane 5317 Iohnson Ave Western SPFIHQS CHestnut 6 4148 Gorman Patr1c11 3144 So Harlem Ave R1vers1de R1vers1de 7 7635 Grakaw Anne 632 S Monroe St Hmsdale FAculty 3 1175 Grale Ioan 294 Northwood Road R1vers1de R1vers1de 7 0610 Greco lVlar1lyn 1621 S Omk Park Ave Berwyn STanley 8 7616 Guzzardo Iosephme 1440 Clarence Ave Berwyn STanley 8 4714 Hack Sue 1426 Sunset Terrace Western Spr1ngs CHestnut 6 0353 Hall Cecella 528 DOUIS Street Downers Grove WOodland 8 4836 Hanson Lollta 2724 S Aust1n Blvd C1cero TOvunha1 3 6957 Hanyzewsk1 Iud1th 1440 S Elmwood Ave Hardmg Roberta 320 N W11mette Westmont WOodland 9 2337 Hartney She1la 6301 S County L1ne Hmsdale FAculty 3 5619 Hayes Patr1c1a 346 N Spr1ng Ave La Grange Park FLeetwood 2 4496 Healy Mary Lynne Rt 83 at Ogden Ave Hmsdale FAculty 3 2242 Healy Mary Teresa 325 N Park Rd La Grange FLeetwood 4 0061 Held Ieanette 6633 W 31st Street Berwyn Gllnderson 4 2659 Hempel oan 6528 W 26th St Berwyn Gllnderson 4 1999 Henneberry Clrol 10460 Canterbury St Westchester Flllmore 3 0436 Herron Margaret 3904 Crove Ave Brookfleld Hunter 5 9179 HIQQIHS Carol 501 W North St H nsdale FAcu'ty 3 1445 HIQQIHS Mary L 3018 N Menard Aye Ch1cago NAt1onal 2 1461 H1psk1nd Pat 6945 31st Street Berwyn ST1nley 8 1971 Hoegrefe Collette Ann 4058 W Oakdale Ave Ch1cago Klldare 5 1070 Hofer Carolyn 633 N Edgewood Ave La Grange FLeetwood 2 3147 Hofnchter S1av1e 2226 S R dgeland Ave Berwyn GUnderson 4 1522 Horgan Maureen 2818 S Aust1n Blvd CICETO OLymDlC 2 8829 Horna Charlotte 10339 W Bond St Western Spr1ngs Flllmore 3 6903 Page 118 Hubbart Pamela 333 N Spr1ng La Grange Park FLeetwood 4 3753 Huddleston Rosemary 101 Drexel Ave La Grange FLeetwood 2 8786 Huene Carol 2702 S Aust1n Blvd CICEFO TOwnhal1 3 4273 Hughes Barbara 38 Norfolk Ave Clarendon H1115 FAculty 3 2204 achlm Theresa 135 N Warwlck St Westmont WOodland 8 9379 anota LOUISE 1529 S Eucl1d Ave Berwyn STanley 8 1668 Ianousek Sharon M 3924 S Wesley Ave Berwyn STanley 8 6471 ecmen D1ana 2107 S Aust1n Blvd CICCFO TOwnha1l 3 6969 ones Mary Ann 5914 W Park Ave CICEYO OLymp1c 6 0476 Iozef Esther 1832 S 49th Ave CICEFO OLymp1c 2 1443 1urgonsk1 Adr1enne 1921 S 49th Ave CICEFO OLymp1c 2 2574 Kalka Mary Ellen 1929 H1gh and Ave Berwyn STanley 8 4946 Kaucky D1anne Ioan 6422 W 26th St Berwyn STan1ey 8 0889 Ke1lman Cather1ne PO Box 93 Dyer lnd UNIOH 5 8935 Kempfer Al1ce Ann 4925 Oakwood Ave Downers Grove WOodland 8 4551 K1ernan Patr1c1a 7406 Kmckerbacker Pky Hammond Ind Tllden 4 1234 K1ng Laura Mae 403 S County L1ne Rd H1nsdale FAculty 3 2509 Kmg Mary 4561 Wolf Rd Western Spr1ngs CHestnut 6 2638 Kludac Donna Mae 1816 S 49th Ct CICCFO OLymp1c 2 2902 Kmoch Mary Ann 3745 Blanchan Ave Knapp Gerr1e 2215 61st Ct CICEFO OLymp1c 2 4568 Konopasek D1ane 2512 Eucl1d Ave Berwyn STanley 8 2270 Kra1ss Carolyn 4922 Elm St Downers Grove WOodland 8 2326 Kroupa Ioyce 1542 S 60th Ct C1cero OLymp1c 2 0952 Krueger Charlene 4954 W Cortez Ch1cago EStebrook 8 2334 Krug Carol Sue 502 N Wa1ola Ave La Grange Park FLeetwood 4 1474 Krumb Anne 615 S Qumcy Hmsdale FAculty 3 7387 Kuback1 Antomette 4632 W 21st St C1cero OLymp1c 2 8008 Kukar Ellen 5445 Lawn Ave Western Spr1ngs CHestnut 6 4357 Kulhanek Irene 213 S Grant St Westmont WOodland 8 2816 LEPSI Sharon 3531 S 58th Ave C1cero OLymp1c 2 8586 Levgard Mary 11 N Washmgton St Westmont WOodland 9 2227 Loftus Barbara 1157 S Taylor Ave Oak Park Vlllage 8 3079 Longo R1ta 114 20th Ave Melrose Park Flllmore 4 8391 Lub1en Margaret 2723 Grove Ave Berwyn STan1ey 8 3071 Lukes Helen 8627 P1a1nf1eld Rd Lyons LYons 3 1786 MHQIC V1rg1n1a 4213 S East Avenue Berwyn Ploneer 9 2161 1 . 1 v A v 1 1 - y lv f ,. - C ,. - , ,. - 1 v v v 5 v ' V C U ' ,. - C ,. - ,. - 1 1 1 1 . if . , . . ,-, . 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