Notre Dame Cathedral Latin School - Yearbook (Chardon, OH)

 - Class of 1943

Page 81 of 124

 

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LOUISE GOETZ, poised and. confident, Faluau sang-froid, she builds her dreams on firm foundations . . . MARIANNE GRESKO, P. N. D., there is in the unruffled tranquility of her eyes warmth of spirit and joy in life-a soul at peace with itself, and the world, and God . . . CONNIE GRIFFITH, fun and likability seasoned with'a dash of senti- ment, turned-up nose, enthusiasm and vivacity . . . HELEN GRILL, always smiling, versatile, and active, she's business manager of the Tower, Associate "Rep", Student Council member, and a hostess at St. John's Canteen-watch her go . . . LILY GRUTVADAURIA, amicable and unfeigned, a quiet and diffident charm, at ease before an easel , . . GABRIELLA GULYASSY, affectionately called Gabby-suits her nick- name to a "g", antidote for anybody's blues, a person you'll love to know and know to love . . . EILEEN GUNTHER, highlight on beauty, spotlight on charm, a whiz on the gym floor and in a math class, sec- retary, of the Student Council . . . MARY JANE GUT, where there's basketball there's "Gut"-she's in the A. A., the Leader's Club, and she's somebody everybody likes . . . JEANNE HAGEN, she possesses to a rare degree the companionate qualities of generosity, good humor, and consideration, pink and white prettiness . . . BETTY ANN HALKO, the "correct answer" girl who adds sweetness of manner, a keen sense of humor, and an intriguing smile to her scholastic abilities . . . JEAN HAVRILA, the swing's to sophistication, devotee of the saddle and spur, Park Avenue class . . . MARGARET HEALEY, pert'n popular, aglow with good-humor and friendliness, Notre Dame's Katherine Cor- nell, refreshing as a coke on a hot day . , . ANN HERBST, stepping from an old-fashioned print with honey hair to match a honey sweet disposition, secretarial future, a smile you'll smile back at . . . FLOR- ENCE HRUBY, retiring simplicity, smilingly coy, a bonnie bowler and practical English admirer, camouflaged wittiness, touiours la votre . . . JEANNE IAMMARINO, music in her toes, laughter on her lips, envied for her chic sport wardrobe, meet her on the road to gaiety . . . ARLENE JANKOWSKI, "Gleefully" disarming soprano, simplicity and jollity, this playfully poetic miss waltzed off with the practical English prize . . . GRACE JANNAZO, camelia complexion, languidly lovely, a brill in Spanish class, she's fun to know . . . JEAN JANSEN, delightfully quiet, blonde magic, dainty and distinctive with a haunting, inquisitive smile . . . MILDRED JAVOR, vivacious Millie, Miss Perfect Secretary, humor-minded, smooth on a roller rink, striking in a bowling alley . . . GLORIA KARPINSKI, enthusiastic "Karpie", friend-maker deluxe, fu- ture perfect, strong leanings toward journalism, a rising star . . . MARY RITA KEATING, swing and sparkle, our own American Beauty, easy on our eyes, always in our hearts, perfect Prom Queen . . . GERTRUDE KEHOE, future angel of mercy, at home in the kitchen, our answer to the sugar shortage, always amiable . . . LEONA KENSKI, always on deck ready for action, cooperative and responsible, "Habla Ud. el Es- panol?" if not, see Lee . . . LEONA KILLEY, forever a funster, activated brown-haired, brown-eyed beauty, super swimmer, headed for college... 74 Louise Goetz Eileen Gunther Ann Herbst Mildred Javor ., 'i ,. Ao rf '- l ' 1, JJJQIJ' fn.



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BETTE KING, demure and gentle, but so full of pep when it comes to Sodality doings . . . TERESE KINSELLA, pert, vivacious Terry, likes to sew, combines domesticity with the business world . . AGNES KIRCH- NER, friendliness in abundance, athletically inclined, Leader's Group, A. A., C. Y. O. basketball, a litany of sports . . . MARY ALICE KLE- MENCIC, bright ideas, quiet and friendly, subtle exponent of a noble Christian morale . . . COLETTA KNECHT, has applied her fine sense of values to science and math with time out for skating and dancing . . . MARY KNUTH, efficient, alert, high ideals, sunlit woods on an autumn day, National Honor Society . . . ADRIENNE KOFRON, good things come in small packages, interested in the Historical Commission, The Junior Guild, college and bowling . . . RUTH HELEN KORB, an art of thinking, cheerful, bright as a new penny, business staff of "Tower Memories' '... AUDREY KOTHERA, capable and diplomatic, she's on the Council of Pan-American Relations, collects spoons, reads books, delights in unusual coiffures . . . MARY KOTLARCIK, a friend in need, fun-loving, a good sport, many potentialities . . . DOLORES KOWA- LEWSKI, ultra sleek, ultra smooth, makes friends and keeps them, likes to sing, dance and lcan you believe it?I write letters . . . VIRGINIA KRAMER, a ready smile, a friendly greeting, A. A. board member, rarin' to fly through college and get into social work . . . RITA ANN KUNESH, accent on the intellect, eager to lend a helping hand, atten- tive and appreciative . . . COLETTA LALLY, music lover, collector of friends and souvenirs, she's the capable secretary of the Nieuwland Sky Club and a "Tower" member . . . MARGE LAURIA, fast stepper and quick thinker, a little piece of fascination . . . CORINNE LAUR- IENZO, blithe, gay business-like president of the Whirlo, with energy, ingenuity and persistence to recommend her to "Big Business" . . . EMMA LAWHON, a Gene Krupa fan who likes to read and skate as well as dance, gal with a gift for hair-dressing . . . LOIS LEUSCH, a sense of humor, dreamy eyes, patron of popular music and classy clothes . . . GLORIA LINGG, no barrier too great to leap in life's battles, well- liked for her wit and amiability . . . JANE LOHN, she laughs often and easy, a snuff-box among midgets . . , JOSEPHINE LO PRESTI, blue- black hair, vivid and energetic, graceful and expressive hands , . . GER- TRUDE LOYER, patient and serious, a soul wrapped in reverie . . . ROSEMARY MCCUNE, Pepsodent smile, one of Notre Dame's tall girls, a good time at any party . . . CATHERINE McELLlN, a willing helper and a hard worker, "Kitty" likes journalism, editor of "The Tower" . . . .. , . I I gd. . ' ' A 3, .I .' 1. , ' - I , I . "If ,II tiff . in .wbx VI . . 1. U ffl 'F-jf, lla. "FSB R-,, ' U .L .Q . . V 1, -. .,.. 1 iw. -. I fe , fa o .-i Bette King Adrienne Kofron Rita Ann Kunesh Gloria Lingg

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