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TOP: Sister Mary Leroy gives Mary McKeating and
'Robinson tips on Catholic reading during book week.
MIDDLE: Sister Mary Charles shows Connie Griffith,
Myers, and Alice May Nalley what our library offers
way of good reading.
BOTTOM: From the looks on the faces of Rosemary
Therese Tarkey, Helen Grill, Agnes Pollack, and Alice
Sociology with Sister Mary Agera must be interesting.
CAtL4f .4 ML ea
The Class of '43 acknowledges respect-
ful gratitude to: SISTER MARY AGERA
for her unselfish cooperation with ambi-
tious scholarship students, her enjoyable
sociology class, and "oh-so-helpful" sen-
ior survey courses . . . SISTER MARY
AIMEE for her sparkling interpretation
of world history and her "artistic" help
as supervisor of the decorations for the
Soph class party . . . SISTER MARY
ALENE for her absorbing and interesting
science classes . . SISTER MARY ALICIA
for her Broadway stage productions, and
her perfect, practical, peppy, and pleas-
ing "Potter" classes, alias speech . . .
SISTER MARY CARMELETTE for her en-
durance record of teaching chemistry to
bewildered Juniors for years, and her
skillful direction of the Nieuwland
Science club and Sky club . . . SISTER
MARY CAROL for her Spanish classes,
Hcomprenden mis amigas?" . . . SISTER
MARY CECILIE for her humorous
touches in math, if that's possible . .
SISTER MARY CAROL AND SISTER
MARY CECILIE combined, for their har-
mony in creating sweet and pleasing
musical programs, excellent work in
chorus classes, and their ceaseless ef-
forts in directing the Senior singing . . .
SISTER MARY CELIA for her expert
handling of "annual" finances, and her
business lfuture careerl classes . . .
SISTER MARY CESARIE for her "super
supervision" of the Student Council, and
her rather "petite" French class "N'est-
ce pas?" . . . SISTER MARY CHARLES
for her graciousness and untiring efforts
to satisfy our "literary" needs . , . SIS-
TER MARY COLOMBIERE for her sym-
pathetic, understanding, and invaluable
advice, her amusing anecdotes in current
history, and her vim, vigor, and vitality,
in explaining government to Seniors , . .
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Father Frey . . . laughing eyes . . . an en-
gaging smile . . . teacher . . . father confessor
. . . faithful friend. These are the little
sparks of remembrance that flash through
our minds as we relive the year of '43, Es-
pecially vivid are those religion classes which
Father conducted weekly. His inimitable
classroom manner was responsible for many
peppy sessions. A keen mind coupled with his
rich sense of humor are the keys to his suc-
We Seniors feel deeply sorry for the under-
classmen who will not share with us in the
friendly guidance of Father Frey who has left
Notre Dame after nineteen years as a mem-
ber of the faculty. We congratulate Father,
though, on his appointment as pastor of St.
Martha's parish in Akron and we know that
he will be successful in his new work. Notre
Dame will long remember Monsignor Frey.
Rev. Daniel Pfeilschifter, 0.F.M,
Junior Religion Teacher
Rf. Rev. Msgr. Carl E. Frey
Spiritual Director of the Sodality
Senior Religion Teacher
An ever - ready smile, "on - the - beam"
jokes, and an ability to make religion extra
interesting, all characterize that favorite man
in the lives of the Juniors-Father Daniel.
He is one of the ablest assistants in the work
of preparing our students to serve God,
Country, and School. As any Junior will tell
you, his Religion classes are tops.
Though the Juniors had first rights to his
time and attention, he was always ready to
offer an excellent solution to the problems
of any student. This is his first year with
us and we certainly hope not the last. We
know that finer Catholic young women will
leave Notre Dame because of the example and
teaching of Father Daniel,
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SISTER MARY CRESCENCE for her kind
assistance in obtaining our numerous
and various "wants" in the General Ot-
tice . . . SISTER MARY DOLORA tor
generous advice to Juniors, her astound-
ing capacity of knowledge concerning
English Literature and Writers, and her
admirable, worth-while suggestions of
Catholic books, written by Catholics, for
Catholics . . . SISTER MARY DOLOROSE
for her beneficial business courses in
equipping future executives with abund-
ant knowledge ot typing and shorthand
. . . SISTER MARY ELISE for making the
Freshmen "puellae" Latin conscious, and
her exceptional ability in "putting over"
the A. A. activities , . . SISTER MARY
FLORICE for capability in conducting the
Junior High Student Council as well as
teaching Latin to Sophs and Freshies . . .
SISTER MARY FRANCES for her inval-
uable and just "perfect" algebra classes
for wise Freshmen . . . SISTER MARY
FRANCESCO for her obliging and friend-
ly aid in the Bookstore . . . SISTER MARY
GERMAINE for her energy in teaching
art and in inspiring future artists and
sculptors . , . SISTER MARY IDA for her
entertaining and delightful biology
classes for scientific Sophomores, and her
instructive and profitable physics class
. . . SISTER MARY IMELDE for patience
TOP: "P-l-SC"-patience plus self-control
equals the physics class. lt's a formula well
adapted by these brave girls who have tackled
it. lStandingl Dolores Abood, Sister Mary Ida,
the patient instructor, Alice McNeil and Eileen
Gunther. lSeatedl Ruth Schumacher and Val-
MIDDLE: Parley-vous francais? If you don't
these charming French students Jenn Cushing,
Mary Ileene Roche, Mary Emerson Miller, and
Sister Mary St. Lawrence enjoy it,
BOTTOM: "Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Ti, Do."
lt's just our future "Met" stars doing their
scales. Betty Thompson, Marcella Schneider,
and Virginia Babka take their lessons seriously
from Sister Mary Carol.
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