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Page 22 text:
Wiz s11W,,i ememzei QM,
in supplying reference material in any
category we desired . . , SISTER MARY
IRMGARD for her kind and generous
helpfulness in teaching the seventh and
eighth graders . . SISTER MARY JOELLE
for her graphic presentation of the his-
torical events to the Juniors in her Amer-
ican history classes . . . SISTER MARY
JULIAN for her prudent counsel to the
Sophomores, her lively German classes,
and her zeal in promoting the interests
of the Missions. . .SISTER MARY JULIE
for her deep and keen comprehension of
the seventh and eighth graders . . . SIS-
TER MARY KATHLEEN for her English
classes, her energetic efforts in the fur-
therance of the Junior Guild, her ardent
desire in disseminating Catholic Action
. . . SISTER MARY LEONILLA for her in-
structions in clothing, her ability in aid-
ing the students in designing their own
wardrobe . . . SISTER MARY LEROY for
her success in making our Sodality an
exponent of Catholic ideals and philoso-
phy in our daily school life . . . SISTER
MARY LUKE for her diligence in teach-
ing journalism, her ever-ready guidance
on "The Tower", her presence at all
events with her constant companion, the
camera, and her splendid help on our
annual , . . SISTER MARY PAULETTA
for her ingenious teaching of salesman-
ship, and her likeable Sophomore Eng-
Iish classes . . . SISTER MARY OWEN for
her efficiency in imparting sociology to
TOP: Helping Sister Mary Colombiere keep up
with current events are Gertrude Kehoe, Margie
Cahill, and Margaret Ann Fitzpatrick.
MIDDLE: Sister Mary Julie teaches the "thre
r's" to seventh-graders, Clare Ann Slick, Ann
Burval, Jean Diersen, and Maryellen McBride.
BOTTOM: With Sister Mary Germaine's help
these budding artists, Alice Gizewski, Jacque-
line Newey, and Jeanne Gensert, are on thei
way to tame and fortune.
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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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eniors . . . SISTER MARY RICHARD for
e splendid technique she employs while
aching home nursing plus the rucli-
ents of first-aid, her deft method in
ome management in training would-be
omemakers, and her thoughtful consid-
ration of the ill . . SISTER MARY ROSE-
ERESE for her proficiency in matters
ertaining to typing and business . . .
ISTER MARY ST. LAWRENCE for her
timulating French classes, "Mais oui,"
nd her intensely absorbing govern-
ent classes . . . SISTER MARY WIL-
ARIE for her helpful and timely sug-
estions in home economics, her many
elicious meals for starved students, and
er other "Epicurean" delights . . . MISS
ILLIAN FRIEDL for her complaisance
n finding what-you-want, when-you-
ant-it, and her wonderful qualities of
onsideration and helpfulness . . . MISS
ELEN KOMP for her keen facility in
rranging A. A. programs, and her new,
ltra-modern methods for physical ecl
. . MISS ANNA PERTZ for her courtesy
nd efficiency. '
We will not soon forget these sentinels
of patience, courage, guidance and right
who have led us through the bewildering
maze of school days up to the door that
leads to a new life-a life that will be
richer, fuller and more Christian for their
influence. All the trite amenities that
roll so glibly off one's tongue would be
out of place here--our debt is far more
than a material one, it has a spiritual
tenor, too. Through their help, their in-
spiration, their example we have learned
not to fear to venture into the unknown.
They have taught us to go "out into the
darkness and put our hand into the hand
of God-that shall be for us better than
a light and safer than a known way."
TOP: Promoters for better speech are Eleanore Blankenburg,
Agnes Stanley, Mary lleene Roche while Sister Mary Alicia
passes her approval.
MIDDLE: Our aspiring scientists of the third floor are Mamie
Sansone, Catherine Kehner, Charlotte Hahn, and Coletta Crow-
ford while Sister Mary Alene assists them.
BOTTOM: Our future homemakers are Evelyn Phillips, Cath-
erine McEllin, Mary Jane Molnar and Ann Cimperman who
learn this craft from Sister Mary Leonilla.
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