Nazareth Academy - Gateway Yearbook (Nazareth, MI)

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'Sallie Pat Tobin Editor Wwffw gm WWW WM 4950 I . . , ind dw , M MMVMM, F' 'W'-iwfx, ff X 25 'ix v QW fympw ' N'-21.5 X 17471, 4750 , ,I ' 5 I my , Qi it Z fvj 1 3 5 5-U, Af ,L I 3 -1---i D. Alford, J. Shelton, A. Johnson, C. Eshel- man, D. Bedard, and M. Ehrman are shown before another bulletin board pub- licizing the Holy Year. J. McAuliffe, S. Smith, M. Sennett The reason Jeanne and Mary Ray are particularly interested in the Sodallty bulletin board could be that in July t.hey'll be traveling one of the roads to Rome. When asked why so interested, Prefect Sally replied, "Ioan dream, can'tI?" - .'l.?7:.- X 4 11:59. if ' 53", I 9 ,l 4 :pt Xe -1 Reverend Matthew Hanley, O. P. brought a bright chuckle on the faces of Doris Alford, Marcella Llorens and Mary Jane Nook during the annual student retreat. Sodallst night adoration in the oratory during the student retreat. Back POW! lleft to right! E. Grant, A. Stan, S. Smith, I. Almashy, and L. Arthur. Front row: P. Payne, Y. Portman, A. DeMars, J. Garel, M. Slattery. A 1FF"W wt W Kew 'My Lord and my G0d." Silence descends on the chapel, heads bow low as the great Blessing takes place. P R g .lx ! 2 Lay W0men attend me f0S31'Y during f-hell' SeC0l'ld Father Hanley says goodbye to chairmen Mrs. Mary Knowlton, HHHU2-1 felfeaf- Mrs. Mary Ann Nook and Nazareth'sdlrectress, Sister M. Claudia, S. S. I. 6:3O! And the day begins. , 'J Mass at 7:00 in Holy Family Chapel, beds made, break- fast over and another bell rings! Yvonne Portman and Ann DeMars gi-x ww me 619 Q96 K 9 1639 YK 'Jo Qxeenofsx-91:25 qiete o o ,X 052391352223 ,w'69' 00 ' t t 'S 'O 10' 99 . 0 Ge 0022192199911 9003 ated' 9,6 2,59 ew .504 'O' 'QV - 69 oY- cwre of Xa New wx 91006 xo X6 . et! ggazatyin 96 vga! 5-Qktx Sbeegge Maxx W SX CXg,52ia5' 'A ewagof vs-4 X X9 vo' 4 QW' 19 6 efvexis eX0Xo?W't? we Any time! Gym classes and the long mile home, especially in winter! At far left, Jean Troutman gets ready for a baseball game in the spring. i If . f I A .4 ls. P ' k L .111-'I' men ag 4300: come soo-11 , YJ-me MBOX ScXxooY 9 out and mes ion on We WYXXKB spar " Sods' 510161, Mkce Bea- oekoo 'wo BeXeo wee. co 9osX Soh We Q CMD too, Yhaxne ilXce pose under Sewer doom, Remax 0095, oi-HX BeXov1'. ok sooo eoo BX 'L X1 0 Q en oi io: Xxehke t etyoflv . QZLBX 61 YB 1 XQXKK up , vi e' 1 We i'A1iXXXX'a no Us Y-Xe? xo item we 'ner abode and Btoov-5, " Wm e 'A coo snow , 'feooe' shares 1006 vlxxxx Sona Yatxner ,E-Rexx and exexer, Sewlex. Q3 Amd QQC1 LHB SS Bleu hapla ' To Father O'Donnell--Our thanks to your wise and encouraging adviceinyour sermons and within the confessional. To Father Whelly--Our thanks and God bless you for being the sincere guide and teacher that you are in our weekly classes and celebrant of our daily Mass. Through the inspiration received by our chaplains, we have tried to advance in courage, love, accomplishment, understanding, diligence, integrity and allegiance. From your teachings we have been started on the road to Christian womanhood and we are grateful. gamma? 'tfabfnwrwffftkbflo Q n.-2 M Q 1' WC . -. .. " x 2 fftefafwfflww a 0 ul L M Sister M. Claudia S. S. J.--Directressg Latin, Advisor, Senior Class and Student Council Sister M. Philomena S. S. J.--Librarian, Dean, Ad- visor, .Tunior Class Sister M. Petronilla S. S. J.--Dean, Moderator,Junior Sodalityg Supervisor of Maintenance Sister M. Verona S. S. J.--Religion, Dean, Advisor, Sophomore Classg Moderator, Senior Sodality Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Sister M. Dionysia S. S. J.--Science Carmelita S. S. J.--Mathmatics Eugene S. S. J.--Commercial Studies Irene S. S. J.--Art Thoma S. S. J.--Piano Voice and Glee ! Club Moderator, Martinelli Club Sister M. Bernard Marie S. S. J.--English and Busi- Manager Sister M. John Marie S. S. J.--Piano, Violin, and Orchestra Sister M. Irma S. S. J.--Treasurer Sister M. Seraphim S. S. J.--Speech Sister M. Clotilda S. S. J.--Supervisor of Study Sister M. Alexis S. S. J.--Records Sister M. Florentine S. S. J.--Nurse if Sister M. Marina S. S. J.--Science Eileen Steinmetz--English, Director of school pub- licationsg Advisor, Freshman Class Catherine Malone--History and Economics H Carol Coughlin--English and Dramatics, Advisor, Immior High Mrs. Eugene Malone--Dancing H Maxine Baumgartner--Physical Education it Elizabeth Hansen--English, Social Studies if Mrs. Edmun Talanda--Physical Education if first semester H second semester A ham dinner, sponsored by The Newsette, makes a good day perfect.. Suzy Murrman and family enjoy the delicious meal. That's Patsy Brady behmd the coffee cup. i .17 'Do Former gym teacher, Mrs. E. Talanda talks to several students, on the day which we established to give students, parents and teachers the opportun- ity to discuss their problems. X th 's da and Father has Father's day, so the Mother has Mo er y alumnae decided to give ".Tr." and "Jr. Miss" a special day, too. Every fall they come from far and near to celebrate. If your pride and joy isn't pictured here, don't forget Baby Day next fall! P"q 26 y ' Jean Troutman, udlab 9351 Jean Troutman, Sallie Pat Tobin, Sally Green. "The Mystical Gifts' written by Janet Moynahan, was presented in honor of di- rectress Sister M. Claudia, S.S.1, on her feast day, October 27. Directed by Sister M. Philomena, S.S..T., the characters were: Spirit of Music, Jean Troutmang Spirit of Flowers, Sallie Pat Tobing Spirit of Gratitude, Sally Green, Spirit of Prayer, Sally Smithg Spirit of Poetry, Ami DeMarsg and Sister C1audia's Guardian Angel, Jeanne McAuliffe. The Glee Club and Dancing Class also participated in the program. Jeanne McAuliffe, Sally Green, Sallie Tobin. N wifi 1 X U x ml! ganizati ons f ' fx "' 162556 Q 6? ,.."" A .mmm ..,,,, , mf! D AUHHJA QSTZN At Student Council sessions Aurelia makes impressions. Patient and understanding She is always perservering. Last m in u t e headlines, Worry over deadline s, Co- editors of the Newsette, Tired? ...... You bet! M ,Z LORETTH PORIUGALL GENEWEUE LELAMD 1 emu arms Guidance is virtue. Two Prefects to guide you. To Jesus through Mary Is the motto of the Sodality. Ink .... Pens .... Paste Make haste. . .Make haste Gateway editor, Sallie Pat. Always doing this or that. 5HUJE'UDBHl , yu., 1 I n ' 1 X 1 er- f f E21 I X 1 . mfg' 0 X ' ? X as A Salute to our King Officers and committee heads of the Sodality gather beneath the statue of The Sacred Heart. Left to right they are: I. Almashy, M. L. Sarnac, Sally Smith Cprefectb, S. Green, M. Slattery, F. Murphy, J. McAuliffe QTreasurerJ, M. Murphy and A. DeMars CSecretaryJ. . . .and to our Queen. Officers of the Junior Sodality pay homage to Our Blessed Mother. Left to right: Doris Wagner, Secretaryg Genevieve Leland, Prefectg and Elizabeth Taylor, Treasurer. Clube Jack. A olliew Helele Mears S i X Bong! S weqn T1-eag Rice, 1V'SC.jFI,anc Natioila d You 1-660 . 106-pres. . illllll-phy P , ai res-H ' aflle ' res., maui A S McN11ii5ePlviash'J, S Johnston, "HOW pa!! , 11-KS .0 fight xw, Sec" yeii tges NNTP v l F!-'an 1-ein wwf? Student Council meeting will come to order. . . Loretta Portugall, Sec.g Sallie Pat Tobin Vice- Pres.g Aurelia Stan, Pres.g Evelyn Grant, Treas. 'b 1? f m Diilgx C . pmex Sain? ' Dmgx Marv Louvre Cmei SN! 1 swn' u'iS tirigaglainggohn i?PFire Bnga 6? Ah, M . artmelli C135 Soul of uf Franc el Diann es Muz- Dia Ward, Pphji' Hisf . ne Goe resldent Onan' thals, segigsfxnt music! .rat I 1 nv . '. .n I I 'Q " Take that 'AHY' again in Calf. " Shown here is Sister Thoma S.S.J., Glee Club conductor S',:.?!li 22 f il on ' -. J 1 I , ,gl lv. I . . ' '. A I , :: Q' I' ',' n K' 1-4 . E .. ' ' F ..-s . ' v' C A X N Barbara Baldwin of the college directs the Nazareth Orchestra, com- posed of both Academy and College girls. u Q :N i. ' 1 ', 1 ' 'K f , f. : . n' . 7 - s' 'I 1' - :A 5 I :I - - - 5 , . . ' . - I ' . f ":f'-71,-. 4 ' .-'is-'.-vi 4 5 3 Editors with bright ideas are, Top row: J. McAuliffe, Businessg Y. Portman, M. Murphy, Make-upg M. Sarnac, Sportsg H. Rice, Photo- graphyg CSecond rowzi S. Smith, D. Ward, Typing S. Tobin, Editorg D. Maze, Assoc.g M. Theodore Art and Cove17CFirstrow:D A. Ossowski, Business S. Smith, I. Glent, Literaryg S. Green, Business x 9 Qg 'ff sql: 5 'Q vi? G 'lx 04,4 9 11, zf"1qH . .Y . sis 'ur r 'la , 7 ...D 4150222 4-11 No, it isn't marriage yet for Zebedee KG. Brocatol and Salome KJ. McAu1iffeJ. He's just asking Salome to go fishing with him, while, servantlM.TheodoreJ and Ruth KA. Stanj smile approval. Charlene E s helman and Rosemary Barrett, father and mother of Salome re- c e iv e proclamation t h at everyone must register in the town of their birth under Caesar Augustus- messen- ger-Corlene Etts. The crib scene with Rosemary Blake as St. Joseph and Norma Woodin as the Blessed Virgin Mary, and junior high girls as angels. Shepherds keep their watch. L. to r: Susanne Baldwin, Doris Wagner, Maryann Farcus, and Beverly McKinnon. Salome KM. Ehrman, doesn't agree with her obedient servant Ilan Sheltonl --She cannot take time out to rest while her playmates are visiting. 1 f-W X The ballet group in the "Grotto scene" given before the Christmas play. They are, left to right, Aurelia Stan, The Virgin, Michele Ehrman, Corlene Etts, Sandra Roselip, Norma Woodin, Grace Mary Carman, Evelyn Grant, and Catherine Hayes. This group was directed by Mrs. Eugene Malone, dancing instructor. After a long, hard, day's work Carol Coughlin, the dramatic director and her typical crew, sit and wonder what can come off next. The Christmas play, they hope! I I Left to right--Mary Lou Sarnac, Helen Rice, Loretta Portugall, Ann Harr, Marianne Nash, and Miss Coughlin. I? IN Do ' J s 'J T05 'iw I Oh Nifx Q ,pl J - , 1, 5 5. " 5 y 1" oi ,ci ' , ,Q , 1 . , , - f ' N , -1 g .44 N I QXQQWJXOY bg Q-XK'b'a9e and S 395 Nigh t P rayers bei Ore t he S acred Hea rt 'oe Xkon . 011 ed s 203 9.cY-1 P-SNL XXV SSX Sist guaffialimetronil Wings. axxgellazthe d mlnus vtgglnv S ible gon-5 . - 'C Qacv-2.93 , tecefeeibsxajrzlie and Umm Y"'m'5f 'one 'mei WWC We mam ebodq Susfaix Q 'N 5010 Niord , 'adv' 'aim-Q: V946 thers A .dgef Eldrl S Jame Mf- ie: Curr N. . MPS' . nt: eslde ment' Pr Gus McLean. MPS' D- Mrs' Moll: b ers' Club Gainers For Parcel Post Sale C0?1g'1'Htll1Hf1.0!1-S, lllotbezs' Club, Xu 011 Inu successful Parc-el Post Sale ,S C ffanuazljif II. In Qlllltlllg' the letter Y Q5 from Mrs. Doro thy R0bll9C11UUgQ Gu ey C6-affnzan. O , ' hay! peak oi 'Y espvczlallv Wlkh to thank the M 0 XXV aX S. age Q- out of town Mothers for their gen- he ts , Auannxgxdff gn Rin erous donations and to the followx T her5 heif A. Forex wav at lllg' Inenzbers of my c-omnyittee: 111119. te Mot as t was on be Q h W llfacv Cvlllkzah, Mrs. Ifermetb Shook Y e emi sa C0 XXX Mafc lllzzs. Rl'C'f18I'd Dralre and t 'Yhpfes Nxvcounye won Claudlkz for vfl16'l'I' WN yeiagfl Xectium tion." was cw We dw' thiaong. AB Xatgrken YW 0' 0 P' 810 0 Sister HPQIIQ' Coopel'-35 4649 x 10 G ,S 'b 9' 'S 'OA 'ff Freshmen--Mary Ann Wenz, Elaine Kulpa, Suanne Mangold, Mary Cath- erlne Bradley, Rita Mae Whiteman, Shirley Bergeron, J an Bright and Norma Woodln. Head Table Middle Lady m wamng Loret Arthur Cupxd Betty Taylor Queen Frances Murphy Baby Cupid Michael Castner, and hrs mother Mrs Castner stops whxle Baby Mxke says grace 13 Ze as P unch' Freshmen in Right Corner--Jeanne Brucker, Caralee DeDario, Mary Cloney, Mary Ellen Walenta, Mau- reen Ducey, Rosemary Blake, Grace Mary Carman Jim Eady, Ann Demars, Tom Kavanaugh, and Allce Heaton. It tsn't every girl who pays 109 for a chance and ends up dining at the Hotel Harris with a star athlete from Augustine's Maryilae Sennett and Loretta Portugall, co-editors of The Newsette, sell chances to eager buyers Elaine Johnston, lean Troutman, Sallie Cush- man, Ian Shelton, Genevieve Leland, Ellen Brooks, Mary Cloney, Shirley Brooks, and Yvonne Portman. "No thank you, we have roast t key all the timel" Ill' Wa Qiaegfm QQ f1""Qff-4, 0106? Pl 41 If MIM? CD9 ff iff 4 I ri QQ M35 L. - Who, Who, Who, can the jester be? The King, Queen, and Seniors. My, such talent I Maids of Orleans Aa 'HL -I 'N I J C Sophomore Committee Heads Back row: M. Pratt, M. Nealon, E. Brooks. Front: M. Nash, I. Sicking, S. Cushman. Background: Brendon Boeke1ew's band. "Having a wonderful time!" Unquote Elaine and Diann. Hahl Fooled 'yal Jester, Corinne Steinman, Mari anne Nash, Sophomore President Royal Family King Mr. McAuliffe, Queen of the Court, Jearuxe McAuliffe In the circles--Attendants, Rosemary Barrett, and Frances Murphy, right 1 lc' I The queen, with father and mother, Mr. Avena Sm' and Mr- Almashy md Mrs. Frm McAuliffe of vupu-uso, Give I SPGCN Peffofmme of mmm. the waltz! 4,-hm '4 Q f K CS A X. f , XX ii. X 'Qs XL". Q, Y P o fi - i I T ' 5? QT The Team of "50" Helen Rice, captain of the Varsity, Althou . . . gh tlred after their blg game with presented the trophy by her Physlcal Ed. th C H th C led with th teacher, Maxine Baumgartner. e Q ege' ey are onso . e IW Mary Ellen Walenta Shoots. X l 'vw l' '4 Watch out Loretta, Sal1y's got it and look I I I 1 In trophy ln the capable hands of Helen Rlce at that team I i SENIORS Standing--L. to R. are: D. Ward, M. Slattery, S. Green, S. Smith, A. Stan, S. Lipinski, Miss Baumgartner - - instruc - tor. Sitting: M. Sennett, D. Adams, M. L. Sarnac, H. Rice, G. Ossowski. "The Winners" ,-Q JUNIORS v' Standing--L. to R. are: P. Payne, M. Q' X Murphy, B. Lee. ' 'P+ Sitting: A. DeMars, M. Turgelis, L. 'Z Y Walker, Y. Portman, L. Portugall. K I XA "Do or Die and Usually Die" X f if fflx 3 inr FRESHMEN Standing--L. toR: R. Blake, G. Carman, N. Woodin, M. Walenta, M. Ducey, R. Palazzolo, M. Bradley. Sitting: C. Etts, M. Wenz, C. DeDario, S. Roselip, M. Cloney. "Amateurs but Then" SOPHOMORES Standing--L. to R: M. Nash, M. Kihm Mary Kihm, B. Pumfrey, L. Arthur, S Cushman. Sitting: A. Heaton, A. Johnson, J. Mears S. Brocato, R. Kile. "The Fighting Team of the Schoo1" l 55,1 O50 QI V sm . V 4 C5isQb3Rf5 -59' 'QQ of Sf Al. .A Zoofiffeaf il "Dear, dear, when will sif Dadd be home?" Y Y Q Frances Murphv .X . tion." Marcella Llorens. Jewel Smith Gee! Iguess I'11 buy this book." Gay Ossowski. The "crowds" waited in line to make their purchases. ,M v x A reflection of one of the book week H 1 . displays. May I help you? How many f" Mary Catherine Bradley, Rosemary Blake. "A careful display will attract atten- On the avenue of Book Land, the traffic cops patiently keepthe steady flow of books traveling through the doors of N. A. Library. For serv- ice well done we laud, fl. to rj E. Davies, J. Mears, B. Metzen, I. Smith, M. Llorens, Rosemary Blake, Mary Catherine Bradley, L. Drake, G. Ossowski, M. Slattery, A. Johnson, A. DeMars, JZ Bright. Watchful eyes, care- ful dating, tireless filing, mastered by faithful library aides L. to R: S. Green, E.Davies, I. Mears. 'Q Q is x.. Q , J Q' 4 ,X Qs"-f' x L Azfifza l'llllilm7l Making good use of the attractive display for Press Month are:jour- nalists I. Glent, L. Portugall and S. P. Tobin. + it N312 If Sh h h' Genius at Work' Student Writers I Glent M Theodore L. Portugall, M. Murphy, and S. P. Tobin ponder over the angles of the secrets of the press. . 'N N- ff.. Salvete, Puellael The Roman banquet, held at the home of Fabius fMeara Potterj c: V V 'U X9 44 nf Roman guests lounging between courses. Everything was served on platters, by the slavesg guests ate with their fingers instead of silverware. Proving that "When in Rome do as the Romans do." The Banquet is sponsored by Sister Claudia, S.S.J. yearly, for the Latin students. Back Row--S. Cushman, S. Lipmskik D. Goethals, M. Kihm, Mary Kihm, I. Glent, M. Pratt, M. Murphy, S. Smith, C. Eshelman, A. Stan, L. Arthur, J. Sicking, G. Brocato, J. Troutman. ational .Honor ociety Front Row--A. Harr, M. Murphy, M. Theodore, M. Nash, J. McAuliffe, L. Portugall, C. Hayes, Y. Portman, and E. Grant. . 'd 465 ff 500609669 961' '-3 F ot P' we Qooxft 'X A 4 ,509 ,cefzo towtgyoooix at N' x 41' ,fd .9 we . 0' 9' Be -09 if Y,G:1'Aee,K.xz1e,0 1260 GX 996 4-lp' . Kp Q- 1 A cn' ep ebvwzg 9' 0' .17 5 GQNK' Q90 .,y0'x.f1X' Q dd, Q60 4' Q19 wx? s A w at A .' 4 Xxx. U? uuv' x ? I lk .A 'I 1 xh 4 1 ff ! 'ha A 1 PLT , 'Fig 5 'fix :f5,?5'T, a ' 5 N6 4 A if f I if Enix 4. f .EXE R' I n 7, fr it , J Yvonne Portman tries on her class ring and looks forward to the time when she too will be--a Senior! Class ring--symbol of Senior privileges, new re- sponsibilities, and the last year. In to the fun of the prophecy that follows, and the seriousness of the capped-and-gowned seniors, to the dreams of each Nazareth student as '49-'50 ends and all eyes turn to the future. Clan Prophecy Due to the fact that this year 1950 is the Holy Year, which occurs only every twenty-five years, we think it fitting that we look into the crystal ball twenty-five years hence on July 14, 1975. The first scene takes place ln the observatory on top of the Emplre State Building. Looking intently through a tele- scope we sight the Metropolitan Opera House. As we peer closer we see that the Met is filled to its capacity. The audience awaits tensely for the great opera "Carmen" to be- gln. The first symphonic note sounds and the curtain slow- ly rises. 'A great applause peals forth. NO! It couldn't bel It lsn't, but lt is none other than SALLY LIPINSKI, portraying the role of "Carmen," We might add that Mlle. LIPINSKI received her early training in the Glee Club under the direction of Sister Thoma. As we turn nearer to the right, our telescope stops at Sak's Fifth Avenue. We see a sales girl scurrying about, she ,comes to a halt outside of a door with the name Head Fashion Designer printed in gold letters. As the door opens we see SALLIE PAT TOBIN sitting behind a mahogany desk with eight secretaries busily taking notes. With one hand she is drawing the cover for Vogue and with the other she is cutting a sales glrl's hair. Our telescope swings to the extreme right and comes in focus at the New York Harbor. On looking closer we see a large crowd. We then decide to go down and see what is causing the commotion. As we walk down the dock we inquire and find that the boat is getting ready to sail for Rome for the 1975 Holy Year. We notice the name of the boat is 'Sally's Alley! We board the boat seeking the Captain. To our surprise we find the Captain to be SALLY SMITH. It seems Chris- Craft has grown from a speed boat concern to a steamship llne. Going farther down the deck during our inspection tour we see the manager of the U. S. Olympic teams, HELEN RICE, on her way to Rome to coach her team to victory and to win the trophy. She doesn't have to worry when some- one from her team is lll for she plays every sport with equal skill. Her pupil, ELAINE JOHNSTON, the Olympic swimming champion, amazes the whole ship by jumping over board and swimming alongside the tug-boat out of the har- bor. She credits her swimming ability to her Monday night swimming classes. Suddenly a shout is heard from the shore. We look back and see a beautiful blonde surrounded by photographers. At first we do not recognize her, but when we notice how vigorously she is chewing gum we realize it is the now famous ROSEMARY BARRETT. As usual she has just missed the boat by one minute, but Elaine and the tug-boat manage to turn the steamboat around, for the ship cannot afford to leave Mlss Barrett, who might sue the com- pany for all it's worth. The Pepsodent Company and Wrigley Chewing Gum, as a result of Miss Barrett's extensive use of their products, have combined to make a Wrigley-Pepsi- Gum, and Rosemary "the teeth" Barrett has been chosen to advertise this product in Europe. The boat finally sets out. The four cylinder engines begin to roar and the whistle makes a gallant effort to toot, but all that can be heard is a feeble rasplng sound. Looking into the control room we see JEANNE McAULIFFE exerting her muscles and strength to push the whistle button. But due to the fact that the button ls broken Jeaxmle takes a dras- tlc move and gathering up all her strength she blows into the toot plpe and out comes the most forceful toot New York has ever heard. Continuing our tour we hear a faint clicklty, clicklty, clack and on drawing closer we see DIANN WARD, the second Betsy Ross-, sitting in a deck chair, lmitting the next American flag. Next we bump into a verv smart and lavishly dressed woman sunning her dozen dignified daschaunds. As we look closer we see IRISALMASHX who, it seems, has made her dieting, back ln the Academy days, pay off. 'While talking with her we learn that she is going to Rome for a short vacation from the humdrum of social llfe. Next, we rub elbows with DEE ADAMS playing shuffleboard on deck. We find that Dee is taking to Europe a string of thorough- bred horses to enter them against Yasmin's thorough- breds in the Irish Sweepstakes. We wish her good luck and move on to freshen up in our stateroom. On the way we notice something very unusual, on the last ten staterooms the same name appears. We inquire into the matter and find that MARY LOU SARNAC is carrying on the large family tra- dition and that she is going to Rome to receive the American Catholic Mother of the Year Award from the Holy Father. At the dining room, while waiting for the head waitress, to our amazement we find not one but two, and who should they be but MEARA POTTER and SALLY GREEN. They have climbed from chief cook and bottle-washer to the positions they now hold. As you may already know Sally and Meara began their long climb up the ladder of success in the small Academy Deb-U-Tea. We're a bit startled at their attire since they're dressed in Roman togas. After dinner, on the way to our stateroom, we see a nurse rushing along tne second deck. As we catch up with her we find that it is EVELYN GRANT, who has at long last received her R. N. degree. We learn that she is hurrying to the aid of another passenger As we come upon the patient, who is ill from fatigue, we recall seeing her swabbing the decks, making beds, acting as purser, answering the telephone, and trying to crowd a million and one things into twenty-four hours as was always characteristic of busy MARY RAE SENNETT. The patient being in good hands, we proceed to our stateroom. For a bit of relaxation, we pick up The Newsette, which has grown to twenty-five pages, with a reading public of 25,000. The headlines scream "Famous Woman Lawyer to Visit Romel" We read further and learn that the lawyer is IRENE GLENT, the only woman lawyer who has never lost a case, the rea- son for this is a very logical one: the judges all dle of laughter. Next we turn on our television set and who should we see taking over Godfrey's talent show, but our own red- head, MARYELLEN SLATTERY. We listen for a while and then hear the porter calling out our arrival at Rome. Next morning we hear that a member of the 1950 class ls to be canonized at St. Peter's. On the way to the cere- monies we pass a canal where we see a familiar figure, GAY OSSOWSKI, a famous gondoller. At her side ls PAT PUMFREY, a serenader singing ln true Lawrence Melchior style. Continuing on our way we pass the Sistine Chapel, which has been recently redecorated by MARY THEODORE, the only modern artist who could possibly re-touch Michael- angelo's work. We finally reached St. Peter's, and on enter- ing we hear the Vatican choir filling the Church with music. and MARY BOYNTON directing the choir in all splendor and majesty. As we mentioned before, a member of the class of '50 is being canonlzed. Here ls a strange case: If the canoni- zatlon goes through, FRANCES MURPHY will be the only living saint known to the Church. The necessary miracle consists in her being able to live with her sister these many years. After the long ceremony we go to the office of the Holy Father to catch a glimpse of someone we know who has a private audience. As they did in 1950, Barbour Hall has sent the Reverend Mother, who is now Reverend Mother Verda, S.S.l, to Rome. After chatting with Reverend Mother for a while, we hear an odd marching step and turn swiftly to see the Vatican Swiss Guard doing an intricate step led by AURELIA STAN and SUDS SMITH, who became famous in Radio City, N. Y. In our amazement we accidently bump into a very important woman with a brief case. She is on her way to see the head of the Allied Armies with her new invention. As a result of her youthful struggle with mud roads, JEAN TROUTMAN has invented a new mud grip tire that is so strong that it will allow a car to climb Plke's Peak in high gear at 65 miles an hour. We bid Jean a hurried good-by and then phone for reser- vations for our trip home. 942110, J'..:..t: ..-1.2! DELORES MAE ADAMS Secretary, Senior Class Lieutenant, Fire Brigade RUTH 0'MEARA POTTER Sodality Representative, Student Council, Senior A Class Martinelli Club "God blesses still the generous thought." AGATHA MARION OSSOWSKI Sodality Vice President, Senior Class Vice President, Junior Class Treasurer, The Gateway Student Librarian "High erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy." 4 ? MARY G. THEODORE President, Senior Class Treasurer, Sophomore Class National Honor Society The Newsette Art Editor, The Gateway "Her ways are ways of pleasant ness and all her paths are peace. Girls' Athletic Association Fire Brigade "Modest, simple, sweet." SALLY MARTHA GREEN Sodality Publicity Editor, The Gateway Treasurer, Senior Class Girls' Athletic Association "A maid, light hearted and content . . ." I! MARY RUTH BOYNTON Sodality Secretary, Junior High EVELYN LOUISE GRANT Sodality Treasurer, Student Council National Honor Society The Gateway Staff Representative, Student Council, Junior Class "Virtue is bold and goodness never fearful." ROSEMARY BARRETT Christmas Play Mardi Gras Attendant "Beautiful with her beauty, and 'rich with the wealth of her being." IRISMARIE ALMASHY Sodality Vice President, National Honor Society The Newsette Staff The Gateway Captain, Fire Brigade "The gentle mind by is known." gentle deeds Martinelli Club The Newsette Staff "Sweet as the tender fragrance that survives." IRENE CATHERINE GLENT National Honor Society Literary Editor, The Gateway The Newsette Staff "Having the graces of speech and skill in the turning of phrases." CELINE MARY LIPINSKI Sodality JEANNE EILEEN MCAULIFFE Treasurer, Sodality President, National Honor Society Treasurer, Freshman Class PATRICIA ANN PUMFREY Sodality Girls' Athletic Association Verse Choir Library Aid ". . . ever precise in promise- keeping." National Honor Society The Gateway Staff President, Martinelli Club, Junior Girls' Athletic Association "And danced the skies on Laughter-silvered wings." FRANCES ELAINE JOHNSTON Sodality Treasurer, Girls' Ath Association Chief, Fire Brigade letic N 1 FRANCES MAE MURPHY Sodality President, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior Class President, Girls' Athletic Association Secretary, Martinelli Club "They are never albne that afre accompanied by noble thoughts." The Gateway Staff The Newsettef Staff "As merry as the day is long." Treasurer, The Gateway Fire Brigade 'A sweet attractive kind of grace." MARY RAE SENNETT Sodality National Honor Society Editor, The Newsette SALLY ELLEN SMITH Prefect, Sodality Typing Editor, The Gateway Student Council Treasurer, Junior Class The Newsette Staff "No legacy is so rich as honesty." MARY LOU SARNAC Sodality The Gateway Staff Captain, Fire Brigade Martinelli Club Varsity "Few ,things are impossible to diligence and skill." MARYELLEN JEAN SLATTERY Sodality Glee Club Librarian Martinelli Club Fire Brigade "They're only truly great who are truly good." HELEN EMMA RICE Sodality Photography, The Gateway The Newsette Staff Vice President, Girls' Athletic Association Captain, Varsity Basketball "Straight forward and unafraid." Fire Brigade The Gateway Staff "O joy of creation." Z'-ff-fffzf-'42f'f SALLIE PAT TOBIN Vice President, Student Council Secretary and Treasurer, Girls' Athletic Association DIANN JOYCE WARD President, Martinelli Club Typing Editor, The Gateway The Newsette Staff Girls' Athletic Association 'Varsity "A merry heart doeth good like a 'rrwdicinef' AURELIA VICTORIA STAN Sodality President, Student Council National Honor Society The Gateway Staff Vice-President, Sophomore "Fair words never hurt the tongue." IOLA JEAN TROUTMAN National Honor Society The Newsette Staff The Gateway Staff "Steady, straight forward and strong with irresistible logic." SUZANNE CHARLOTTE SMITH Secretary, Junior Class National Honor Society The Newsette Staff The Gateway, Literary Editor Varsity Fire Brigade "Eyes overrunning with laughter." Art Editor, The Gateway '49 Editor, The Gateway '50 "The race is not too swift nor the battle too strong." MARY VIRGINIA McINERNEY Photography Editor The Gateway Student Council Representative, Sophomore Sodality Chairman Head Varsity X. 1 'f f i l f v - , I Girls'.Athletic Association .b mx Fire Brigade d V 23 The Newsette Delegate to S.S.C.A. "She sought her Lord and found Him." Happy to be a bride of Christ, Mary smiles with her mother and father just before she receives her novice habit and becomes Sister Mary Verda. May God bless our 'Little Mary' and her life work. R eniora 'will and Zedtament We, the seniors of nineteen hundred and flfty, being of sound minds and bodies, do hereby will and bequeath the follow- lng as our last will and testament: I, Dee Adams, being of small body and smaller mind, do hereby will and bequeath to Rosemary Blake my famous army shlrtvwlth all the patches and memories connected with it. To Glorla Brocato, my favorite corner of the art studio, To the next occupant of room 99, the window shade that always comes down, but never goes up. I, Iris Almashy, will to Mary Ann Wenz, my long straight hair--always keep it clean and curly, To Yvonne Portman, I will my famous argyle patterns and socks, ln hopes that you will find time to knit a pair for Bill, To Sister Thoma, I will my sheet music, entltled 'Sympathy". I, Rosemary Barrett, will to Patrlcla Caspar, my seat in history class, and my keen ability of getting along with Mlss Malone, To Rita May Whiteman, my clean uniform, with only one request attached--Don't ever let lt get soiled! I, Mary Boynton, bequeath to my sister, Ann, the walk between N.A. and home. I hope she won't be lonely on her trips' ,To anyone who loves to harmonlze, I leave all the joy I have had in singing. I, Irene Catherine Glent, will and bequeath toDorls Maze, my untiring ability to go on constant dlets--with no visible results, To Julie Diver, my cheerful smlle, and happy greeting to all the dear souls on the 8:30 bus, To Mary Ann Nash, my uncanny ability to do and say the rlght thing at the wrong time. I, Evelyn Grant, will to Norma Woodln my ability to read behind the teacher's back applicable to all occasions except chemistry class, And to Rosemary Klle, my pearlyteeth! Remember to eat all the 'Stuff' I told you. I, Sally Martha Green, will to Pat Caspar all the extra equation problems Sister Dlonysia forgot to give me. To Ann DeMars, my room, number 73, To Sally Clark, my ability to speak out of turn in study halls, and to shout during quiet hours. I, Elaine Jolmston, will to Maryellen Wallenta, my soft, gentle laugh, ln hopes that she will use it with reverance, To Loretta Portugall, lwlll my room 101, ln hopes she will enjoy it as much as I did, To Betty Taylor, I will my ablllty to grow big and strong through many years here at N. A. l, Sally Llplnski, will to Marianne Nash, my ability to sleep in on Saturdays 'till 10:00 a.m. and still get my work done before the 'Hit Parade' comes on that nite, I wlll to Rosemary Palazolla my ablllty to keep Sister Thoma happy during Glee Club, To Arm DeMars, I will my love of"There'sNo Tomorrow' and "Martha". I, Jeannie McAuliffe, hereby bequeath my long hair to Mary Ann Wenz, To Ann DeMars and Maryellen Wallenta, my stale jokes, My room, I will to any brave person who likes excite- ment around 2:00 a.m. I, France Murphy, just being, wlll the entire sidewalk to my llttle sister Midge, hoping she'll have plenty of room racing for the bus, To Sally Cushman, Marilyn Seaman, Catherine Moser, and Mary Cloney, I leave my varlous standing spaces on the bus, To Doris Maze, it is my regret to leave behind the un- steady dlnlng room table. l, Gay Ossowskl, bequeath to Lois Walker, my room and hope she enjoys lt half as much as I, To any brave soul, my seat in history class, To Jewel Smith, all my desserts. I, Ruth O'Meara Potter, will to Alice Heaton, my stuffed animals, To Loretta Portugall, my peaceful room next to Sister Claudia, To Betty Lee, my ablllty to make fudge. I, Patrlcla Pumfrey, will to my sister, my ability to get an A ln history, To Eileen Davies, my abllltytokeep silence inthe llbrary. To Mary Jane Nook, my three o'clock dental appoint- ments. I, Helen Rlce bequeath to: Loretta Arthur my sports ability, hoping she will use it wisely, To Miss Stelnmetz, I wlll back all the knowledge I was supposed to have absorbed ln journalism class, To Pauline Payne, my U.S. History hook, and my know- ledge of history. l, Mary Lou Sarnac, wlll to Margaret Murphy my many sleep-lns, To all coffee-lovers, my old coffee pot--ln hopes that it doesn't blow up. I, Mary Rae Sennett, having unusual hip, and more un- usual mlnd, do hereby will and bequeath to The future unfortunate clerk ln the Shop- Teen my expert ability to wrap a neat package and the rare privilege to throw something away, To Carol Mclnerney, I glve my ablllty to allow my hair to grow and grow, To Rosemary Blake, I will all my chocolate cookies, and my knack to completely dlsgulse my emotlons ln history class. l, Maryellen Slattery, will to Pauline Payne, my green shoes, resoled with Neolltel I will to Maryanne Pratt, my championship ablllty toplay table tennls. l, Sally Smith, being of strong fahemj mlnd and stronger body, will my room to Yvonne Portman. May she have much fun listening to the roar of the radiatorl I also will my daily letter from John Patrick Golden to Rosemary Blake. P.S. Just the letters! I, 'Suds' Smith, of mammoth proportions ln body, wlll to my tall, great big sister, Jewel, the up-keep of the family tradltlon--the ardent devotion to the men tDearborn High ln- cluded in this generatlonl, To Miss Malone I merely leave memories of experiences she never had before this year ln U.5. History, To Diane Goethals, I glve the charge of saving all the extra pieces of chocolate cake--I'll claim them all a year from nowl I, Aurella Stan, with extra large feet, and heavy body do hereby will and bequeath to Loretta Arthur, Diane Goethals, Marianne Nash, my musical room wlth its softbed, asaremem- brance of me. To Ann Harr, and Loretta Portugal1,Ileave the addresses and the pictures of all the boys, To Betty Lee, Ileave a carload of No Nod reawakentng pills. I, Mary Theodore, will to Jackie Mears, my ardent love for being at the llbrary at the right time, To Doris Maze, my well-worn place on the couch in the senior 'rack' during study periods, hoping she won't inherit my ablllty to be caught by Miss Malone's incredible insight I, Sallie Pat Tobin, hereby wlll to any up and coming senior my abtllty to be at Mass at all tlmes, To some lucky underclassman, a wonderful mother like mine, who seems to be at the side drive with her blaek beauty at just the right times. I, Jean Troutman, having a slight mental defflclency, will To Lois Walker my enviable talent of having my hair fixed attractively at all times, To Doris Maze my amazing ablllty never to quarrel with my boyfriends, To all those without one, I will my sparkling, sunny per- sonality which I possess ln the morning when Iflrst awake. I, Dlann Joyce Ward, will my ability to keep all the rules and sense of humor, to Genevieve Leland, To Margaret Murphy, my ability to keep time in Glee Club, To Ann Marie Baldwin, I give my precious bottle of 'Husk', so she wlll be able to take all the beatlngs I have taken in gym. Third Row: Aurelie Dennany, Rosemary Klle, Gloria Brocato, Marianne Nash, Sally Cushman, Ellen Brooks, Ann Boynton. Second Row: Adele Johnson, Mary Mar- garet Nealon, Loretta Arthur, Jacqueline Mears, Lois Drake, Maryanne Pratt, Barbara Pumfrey, Mary Kihm Margaret Kihm, Joanne Slcking, Catherine Moser. First Row: Marilyn Seaman, Corinne Steinman, Alice Heaton, Eileen Davies, Catherine Hayes, Jacqueline Garel, Ann Harr. Absent: Diane Goethals, Anna Marie Baldwin. Class Officers President Marianne Nash Vice-President Eileen Davies Secretary Maryanna Pratt Treasurer Ann Harr Student Council Representative Margaret Kihm Second Row: Marilyn Noone, Loretta Portugall, Shirley Brooks, Charlene Eshelman, Doris Maze, Margaret Mur- phy, Gloria Koestering, Pauline Payne, Betty Lee, MagdelonTurgells, Patricia Caspar. First Row: Julie Diver, Ann DeMars, Mary Jane Nook, Barbara Metzen, Yvonne Portman, Lois Walker, Phylls Longava. Absent: Harollne Manuel, Audain Thole. Class Officers President Margaret Murphy Vice-President Mary Jane Nook Secretary Charlene Eshelman Treasurer Haroline Manuel Student Council Representative Loretta Portugall Third Row: Corlene Etts, Sandra Rose- lip, Rita Mae Whiteman, Caralee DeDario, Mary Ellen Lount, Mary Cloney, Elaine Kulpa. Second Row: Mary Lou Mills, Jean Brucker, Rosemary Blake, Maureen Ducey, Suarme Mangold, Mary Ellen Walenta, Norma Woodin, Grace Mary Carman, Rosemary Palazollo, Marilyn Skinner, Barbara Chapman. First Row: Jewel Smith, Jan Bright, Shirley Bergeron, Maureen Flynn, Mary Catherine Bradley, Maryam Wenz, Marcella Llorens. Class Officers President Norma Woodln Vice-President Sandra Roselip Secretary Mary Ellen Lout Treasurer Mary Ellen Walenta Student Council Representative Marilyn Skinner GRADE EIGHT Top Row Cleft to rightlz Sally Brocato, Susanne Baldwin, Claudette Shook, Anne Currie, Mary Ann Farcus, Ronda Bruno, Marie Metzen. First Row: Elizabeth Taylor, Jean Teutsch, Joan Ritter, Sharon Wall, Genevieve Leland, June Parker. GRADE SEVEN Top Row fleft to rightj: Charlotte Burr, Marguerite Conroy, Jan Shelton, Beverly McKinnon, Mary Frances McKee, Nan McAuliffe, Carol Mclnerney, Helen Glad, Catherine Prinzivalli, Sally Clarke. First Row: Sandra Polmanteer, Tonya Chipman, Donna Muraski, Doris Alford, Michele Ehrman, Doris Wagner, Diane Bedard. JUNIOR HIGH OFFICERS President ,,,,, ,,,,, J' ean Teutsch Vice-President , , , , , Michele Ehrman Secretary , , , , ,,,, Marie Metzen Treasurer, , , , , , Doris Alford 1' yi up QI- ye? K. Q9 36 e Ooxeyli WX 9,10 006 5 C 'af ' 31- plz QX QX Q16 Oc 010 i9AG'agQ0,v5 flto d 18861, ic D1 E1 ay tllejien B1-oo 9 5 yo? pe-9:-1 ks eeeoileerw J' teelfd Gloria 'adoetvl We 'Ye evo N x XX0 N QP ,I 0 WW few 1 4 Jeff 6' Vaudeville is here to stay affirm flast row! Rosemary Mobile, Mary Jane Nook, Lois Drake, Susie McKay, Betty Loceyg ffirst rowl Maryanna Pratt and Eileen Davies. Vaudeville 1 alias Jewel Smith! hears Judges Rose- mary Brady, Flora McEach1n, Lucy Black, Carol Gabler, Claudia Sarnac, and Shirley Welles pronounce 'Vaudeville is Deadl", while Master of Ceremonies Marianne Nash, 'Mammy' Johnson and "Sammy" Baldwin look on. 5 ' 505' yAs1"'.d:1o VV' u1E:l, ,, 09" W . 'g,,c",.?:'ewjjf-1 'W "Our costumes are burlap' sadly wail Honora 'fff,Q.w"" Rudawski, Rosemary Kile, Joan Cleary, Marilyn Sea- man, Maureen Selmi, Ann Harr, Aurelie Dennany, and Shirley Mitchell. Last minute pressing of cos- tumes . . . butterflies in the stomach . . . and then the introduction to your dance . . . Pictured here, are a few of the dancers at "the carnival". Under this title the dance recital was pre- sented in May by Mrs. Eugene Malone. f-ffbfzyffgffwfw LMT' .770 Wifmff-of 3 llfwnh-Z7 LL :lmuLMm1 L4 .Q v W1 dx XC! 1 ,L ., , ii , A ogffwm? uffeuiuf Qafuc. wall J, gi .156 Li a,V,aa'zMw .f G awww if - T W 54, 'Xml X Cfn-Liu I IM MWF x .aww czw. fs K .5S:.1...fd:4-g....L5?'..2A,.,l?g. -Lwnmzwmxm JMLJ Candlelight Procession--Enroute to the front campus. Joan Hopkins, Colleen Powers, Rosemary Brady, Nancy Heaton, Pat Harris. iii fx' Y i Q Light up time - Each Junior lights her Senior parmer's candle, as Sallie Tobin and Joyce Bower are illustrating here. Scholarship, Character, Leadership, Ser- vice-Qualities each Honor Society member must possess. This pictures the day of formal induction of members irto the society and symbolic character: Delores Sitar, Mary Anna Pratt, Loretta Arthur, and Marianne Nash. Xi- 'le x - li? f d All SENIOR CLASS POEM Our words cannot express, nor can they fully show, The love for our dear Nazareth, how much to her we owe. The mind may dwell upon it, the heart may deeply feel, But we, as parting seniors, feel bound this to reveal. We wish the tongue could speak and what a tale 'twould tell, Of truth and joy and sacrifice and tenderness we know so well. in ,years come hence, not long, when memories to her turn, Our hearts will call for her, and with possessive yearn. To Nazareth, we do not say farewell, for it's more than just a place, It's life, love and light and virtue's flowing grace. There is no greater love, than what we feel for you, There is no deeper faith, there are no hearts more true. Irene Glent, '50 Unto the Least of These . . I saw Him hanging on the Cross Bleeding, bruised and weak. Tears filled my eyes: 'Why are You there?" . . . And Then I heard Him speak. Snow 'Why do you want to take Me down? 'Twas you who hanged Me here You shuddered at My blackened face And you did not want Me near. I offered you My self, My love But you just passed Me by. I was black and you were white You said that I must die. You pushed Me in another world Where only black folk walk. You whipped Me with your cruel words You giggled, laughed and talked, And paved My road to Calvary While I carried your cross of hate. You pounded nails into My hands: The stigma of My fate. No, you ca.nnot take Me down, My child, 'Twas you who hanged Me here: I WAS BLACK AND YOU WERE WHITE AND YOU DIDN'T WANT ME NEAR. Patricia Caspar, '51 lk It lk It lk lk is gone and nowhere around. Rich green grass is springing from the groxmd. The sun is shining bright and gay, Throughout the whole, the big, long day. People, ambitious and in great haste. For there is much work and no time to waste. "What is it! What is itl' we ask . . . Why the coming of Spring. Spring at last! Diane Goethals, ' 52 lkllllklkii How Come? A sad lament written one lonely Friday Night. Why must love forever pass me by, Why can't I have my share? Why must I sit along the sidelines, And never be ensnared? Oh, why can't I enjoy my youth, Along with all the rest? Why can't I be happy And do what I'd like best? Why is it that I must watch, The others have their fun? Why can't I ever, ever catch, Some parents' manly son? "Suds" Smith, '50 Silence A hypnotic silence stilled the night as time unceasingly, but slowly crept on. It seemed so empty while holding the stillness--just as if the wakening dawn would never portray its beaming radiance over the skies again. The trees swayed rhythmically with the low whining mur- mur of the wind, while crickets with their blythe songs echoed through the darkness as if in answer to some spirit. How good it feels to spend some time away from all others! "Tis grand to listen and watch God's wonderful plan. Grace Mary Carman For-Get- Me-Nots God' s Love By the shady stream they grow He was a carpenter, On it's mossy brink Who toiled for God above. Forget-me-nots like little girls But little did he ever think In dresses blue and pink. That God would him so love. To send His only Son, Our Lord I'1l pick a little handful For him to guard. Mary, dear, for you They'll match the color of your eyes I am a carpenter, They are so very blue. Who carves my life away. But will I ever, ever know Ronda Bruno, '54 How God, Who knows my ways, Could give His only Son, Our Lord For me to love? Ann DeMars, '51 It if lk It li Peace on Earth The silence of the beautiful chapel is a sharp contract with the noisy world outside. It is as if you have entered into an entirely new world. There is one lone figure in the chapel. She is a sister. Her calm face plainly shows her love of God. Strange how it reminds you of the Agony in the Garden, when Christ knelt alone, too. Someone enters the chapel and brings you back to the present. You slowly leave the chapel and return to the everyday world, where you look forward to the time when your soul will be at peace, only much more completely than for those few moments. Jewel Smith, ' 53 It It It It It Love Lily Love is great as it can be Lily is sleeping, Because great love made you and me. ln her bed. And love yom' neighbor always true Soon she'll be peeping, And right in turn Our Lord loves you. Her little head, Yes, love is great Above the ground, For God did say, In time to say, Don't love too late Have a Happy Easter Day. Love all the way. Phyllis Longava, '51 Joyce Rowgo, '55 A Squirrel Decides A little squirrel looked down from a tree, He decided that the world, he would see. Off on his journey, He started to go, But his feet were tired, so traveling was slow. And in the city. . . "I finally made it!" "The traffic is awful!" "O, I just hate it!" A car whizzed by him, Just missing his tail, The honking horn scared him, and the squirrel turned pale. "Pm going home," The squirrel said, 'Right back home, To my soft warm bed." Margaret Kihm, ' 52 Illiillllllili Dream As I sit by my bedroom window this night, And look at the stars shining bright I begin to think about the good God. Who made the sun, the moon, and the sod. And as I contemplate on this subject so vast I fall into a slumber and dream at last. I dream of the goodness of a God so great, Who sent His beloved Son to open Heaven's gate, To open the gates through which all may pass, His Son who is offered by us in the Mass. And as I ponder more on my wonderous dream, I see graces flowing in one endless stream, Flowing into the hearts of the meek and the just There to help all overcome sin and lust. And as my dream slowly fades away, I can hear the voices of angels at play, And away in the distance the saints are all singing, And so the Heaven's with God's praises are ringing. Margaret Murphy, 51 The True Cross A cross is standing on a hill So very crudely madeg It's standing everlasting still Around it sunlight fades. It's hard and rugged and on the bar His blood in scarlet glows. And as the earth of light turns dark And whirls of wind begin to blow, Christ dies. John and Mary standing there Beneath the cross so sad, And soft her whispers are and low, "They took from me my only Son l-le died for men today. And though so many years have gone Men still walk blindly by, Oh, may their eyes be raised to see Salvation, Christ upon the tree." Barbara Metzen, ' 51 De Morte You may wonder why a girl of fifteen should find any interest in death but th t ill be m ultimate end I feel that I have every reason to be interested as a w y in it and have done quite a bi,t of research in this field. My findings are not d till quite complete as it was not possible to go very deeply into the subject an s write this essay. But, here are the results of my research for all that it may be worth to you. Ever since Adam choked on an apple people have been dying and have lived through it. What is death but a parting of the soul from the body? The soul still lives. People hardly ever think of things beyond death. They think that one dies and that's that--no hereafter. I think that if I belived that, I would up d kill self but here we are back on death again. You can't get away from it. an my -- Doctors who have witnessed a great many deaths KI haven'tJ say that they all l into have met few people who were afraid at the very end. They usu y apse a sort of sleep and go quietly to meet their Maker. The causes of death are varied but in all cases the heart stops beating and the body is deprived of life. The body which has been pampered and powdered for innumerable years and cared for like something holy and lasting is put into a wooden box to rot and decay. No cure has as yet, been found for this ailment, but science, Scott says, by constant 'research' is fast approaching the day when there will be no death, no God, no Human Race. Gloria Brocato, '52 lk if It It if lk It It The Mighty West Old Josh of the mighty western plain, Used to tell how men waren't sane. When they ud hit that yeller rust, The stuff the old west called gold dust. The boys ud climb their mighty steeds. Ready to fight, die and bleed. One ud shoot, and the other ud fall Until there nearly warn't nobody left at all. Now Sam McKee was a toten a gun And Jed Lovelaw was the suspected one. ent to see if Jed was around Sam w . When two shots rang out and he hit the ground. Now poor Sam is a layin' in his grave And the town his guns, they did save. Sam McKee has a tombstone made of stone And his marker a simple skeleton bone. Genevieve Leland, ' 53 All of a sudden it's here, It comes but once a year, It's gay and sunny, Happy and funny. Sometimes it's hot, Other times it's not. The God-Man Cruclfied Many long hours were spent in the garden, Asking mercy for all His brethren. But He is condemned to die, For sins of man, by those who govern. He is really an innocent man, One who is all-loving, but always just. Yes, all of our sins condemned him, And He was scourged for sins of lust. He not only died on the cross to redeem us. But by this sacrifice, He gained for us grace. He was helped a little, on the way to calvary, by Simon and Veronica, wiping His Blessed Face. Anonymous springtime 'Tis full of smells That bring gleeful yells. People go to the shore To ride in boats galore. The robins come back, That is a fact, Gay springtime is here. Marilyn Vallely, '55 ' Ex th H' qearm Headdvzeefdf ,..,...l-.. ...A Y Y Nazareth Student Life Compared To The Youth of Christ Father O'Donnell Welcomes Students Sept. ' - - to its holy words is Recolliilw 816 Y Yaxhet Q, ' ' ' 5 J tot it 23 L us Eat newbef ' Y 9.199 101' gy . hoxlc Ll 909' Cat Y and wind 6350 .t-She t X me WN Y Swv . 9 raze 'KX 2 'mage of F Smeads ef 29 ' Wan ahn-la Cal batqesfe not caused B . H or poliiic I Y en , Parent llll. W. n 'Y Honor Soclety Begi Year s ACtlVltle5 Und S0510 . wks ' W' YK 'Q S99 I ' On 9 on Mus S 2 v rtinelh M ephen O -Q warg on na ng Foster to Lxfe 1 11 f he D he Students and 9 z re I-equi. ' I H -n Pr s and F . 1 7 er Jean .C Makes Rev Walter C ODonnell CSC Jesus returned home and grew m wudom and age and grace ese three words are the llory of twenty years of the example of God and the whole progress of your :fe m thu ' 5 Med , . end O CS Nazar pen H0us helm Pr tam ,Y uc , eth clim e A Pfog - ,- anon W Hxed Am , Vane . . ts eek On N ewan Ed CY5 no School fe Nazareth's First Dxrectress dafmual open h Ovember 13 with atxonal Garbo fr' 0USe f Sister Mary, Celebrates lends' AH add or parents l r was 3 h ed attract. Ac Diamond Jubllee . , am dinne 'On adem auspmes F, prepar y Ded "Not in vain have I run M' L of Theodore Ned Fgunde 'Cates w. 1 --A 1 1 -' Ollie' 0 1' 3 D s Restaurant Aud t ay To 1 n I orlum F lg-A Plght , Und sophomores To Sponsor "Tale of Two Cit " mf! Nsszn-RBTHln,,Wv wan. 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L. Davies, Eileen Esther 2834 Gull Road Kalamazoo DeDario, Caralee Ann 800 East Jackson Boulevard Elkhart, Indiana DeMars, Ann Elizabeth Watervliet Dermany, Aurelie Camilla 903 Cork Street Kalamazoo Diver, Julie Ann 904 Lakeway Avenue Kalamazoo Drake, Lois Viola 2503 Amherst Avenue Kalamazoo Ducey, Maureen Eileen 727 East Chapin Street Cadillac Ehrman, Conlele Michele 2425 West Michigan Avenue Kalamazoo Eshelman, Mary Ann Charlene Wolcottville, Indiana Etts, Corlene Anne 87 South Avenue Battle Creek Farcus, Mary Arm 159 St. Clair Avenue Elkhart, Indiana Flynn, Maureen Joyce Route 2 Allegan Garel, Jacquelyn Elaine 5768 Beechwood Street Detroit 10 Glad, Helen Anne 5729 West Warren Avenue Detroit 10 Glent, Irene Catherine 526 West Walnut Street Kalamazoo Goethals, Diane Marie 600 East Chicago Boulevard Sturgis L. L. L. Grant, Evelyn Louise 1720 Claremont Avenue Pueblo, Colorado Green, Sally Martha 2407 Fairfield Avenue Kalamazoo Harr, Ann Elizabeth Munith Hayes, Catherine Ann 2716 South Westnedge Street Kalamazoo Heaton, Mary Alice Eaton Rapids L . Johnson, Adele Ann L . Watervliet Johnston, Elaine Frances 1421 Belle Avenue Flint 6 Kautenberg, Gwen Frances 447 Grandview Avenue Kalamazoo Kihm, Margaret Ann 1421 Henderson Drive Kalamazoo Kihm, Mary Katherine 1421 Henderson Drive Kalamazoo Kile, Rosemary Joan 1555 West Genesee Street Lapeer Klomp, Beverly Joyce 1317 John Street Kalamazoo Koestering, Gloria Ann 119 Avenue C Battle Creek Kulpa, Elaine Helen 429 South Gerald Avenue Park Ridge, Illinois Lee, Elizabeth Ann 149 Silverbrook Niles Leland, Genevieve Virginia 25409 West 8 Mile Road Detroit 19 Lipinski, Celine Mary 168 West Spring Street Port Austin ,Z l . Llorens, Macella Martha 5859 Beechwood Street Detroit 10 Longava, Phyllis Marie 1106 Hotop Avenue Kalamazoo fi I lLount, Maryellen 4 9-fl' 829 Burlingame Avenue Detroit 2 Mangold, Suanne Martha Route 5 Goshen, Indiana Manuel, Haroline 2055 Taylor Detroit 6 Marcum, Barbara Jean 2200 Coe Court Pontiac Maze, Doris Florence 611 Third Street Kalamazoo McAuliffe, Jeanne Eileen 703 Jefferson Street Valparaiso, Indiana McAuliffe, Nan Marie 310 Michigan Avenue Albion Mclnerney, Carol Mary 60 West Elizabeth Street Detroit 1 McKee, Mary Frances 3435 Walnut Lake Road Pontiac Mills, Patricia Anne 528 Capital Avenue, N.E. 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Grand Rapids Payne, Pauline Winifred Route 4 Eaton Rapids Polmanteer, Sandra Ann 1341 Baker Avenue Kalamazoo Portman, Yvorme Kathleen 8290 Riverview Drive Kalamazoo Portugall, Loretta Elizabeth 12797 Filbert Street Detroit 5 L, f Pratt, Maryanna Therese L. 200 Oa.k Street Paw Paw Potter, Ruth O'Meara 121 East Henry Street Charlotte Prinzivalli, Catherine Mary 10811 Mack Avenue Detroit 14 Pumfrey, Barbara Joan 1201 Maple Avenue Kalamazoo Pumfrey, Patricia Ann 1201 Maple Avenue Kalamazoo Rice, Helen Emma 320 Irving Street Toledo, Ohio Ritter, Joan Blanche 1814 West Main Street Kalamazoo 'fR0sel1p, Sandra Jean 2042 South Burdick Street Kalamazoo Ruggerello, Mary Louise 5656 St. Clair Avenue Detroit 13 Rowgo, Joyce Ann 1304 Varrar Drive Kalamazoo Sarnac, Mary Lou Box 8 Fayette, Ohio Schaffer, Sharon Pauline 2326 West Main Street Kalamazoo Seaman, Marilyn Rae 518 Parkwood Drive Kalamazoo Sennett, Mary Rae xx 111 West Monroe Street Chicago 3, Illinois Shelton, Jerdone Anne Clear Lake Ray, Indiana Shook, Claudette Kay 1147 West Lovell Street Kalamazoo L, Sicking, Joanne Margaret 2336 South Westnedge Street Kalamazoo z fl Skinner, Marilyn Jean QM 1017 Jackson Street Kalamazoo Slattery, Maryellen Jean Paw Paw -FSmith, Jewel Elaine 2978 Parker Avenue Dearborn Smith, Sally Ellen Lackhaven Drive Algonac Smith, Suzanne Charlotte 2978 Parker Avenue Dearborn Stan, Aurelia Victoria 1821 Miller Road Dearborn Steinman, Corinne 3742 Collingwood Avenue Detroit 6 Taylor, Elizabeth Louise 119 Grove Avenue Highland Teutsch, Jean Ann 1783 Idlewild Beach Richland Theodore, Mary G. 322 East Dutton Street Kalamazoo Thole, Audain Modesta 740 Byrd Drive Kalamazoo Tobin, Sallie Pat 1685 Lawton Avenue Detroit 21 Troutman, Iola Jean Route 2 Fennville, Turgelis, Magdaline 566 Monroe Avenue Detroit 26 VonMach, Eleanor Ann 2215 Edison Avenue Detroit 6 Vallely, Marilyn 2204 Logan Avenue Kalamazoo Wagner, Doris Ann 1928 South Westnedge Street Kalamazoo -li-Walenta, Mary Ellen Magdelin 723 River Avenue Alma Walker, Lois Jane 1306 Ashmun Hill Sault Ste. 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