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Moderators of Wisdom . . .
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Miss Mary Margaret Cusack
of the Nieuwland Science Club. Her teaching
program includes general science and algebra
for eighth and ninth graders, chemistry for
juniors, and physics for seniors.
SISTER MARY CAROL, though quiet and
reserved, is able to bring forth our hidden
voices both vocal and intellectual. Whether
directing chorus and glee club, teaching junior
religion or persevering with future senoritas,
she molds true Notre Dame character . . . We'll
never forget SISTER MARY CECILIE'S jovial
smile and witty jokes. Equally memorable
Miss Lois Gorey Miss Helen I.. Komp
are math classes and 301 religion class, and as
piano accompanist she's tops . . . Shorthand
and business English enthusiasts claim SISTER
MARY DOLOROSE as "deluxe specialty" along
commercial lines. She is often sought as an
advisor because of her quiet, efiicient manner
. . . lt's the little things in life that count, and
the eighth graders of 204 agree that SISTER
MARY ELLEN is no exception. You Will al-
Ways find her willing to lend a helpful hand.
Their problems are her problems and as
sophomore moderator, SISTER MARY ELORICE
of homeroom 205 easily solves the "Soph-
omoritis Case". Both first and second year
Latin scholars vote her as "superibus" . . .
SISTER MARY FRANCIS' absorbing and in-
teresting algebra and general math classes plus
her obliging, friendly attitude make her an
all around favorite with the many students
that scurry into her classes daily . . . Endeared
to all Sophs is SISTER MARY GERALD who
shows her bookkeeping students how to keep
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Trustees of knowled e
RELIGION Instructor for the freshmen and everyones good
friend at Notre Dame is our chaplain, REVEREND ALFRED
TRITZ, O. F. M. Better known as "Father Alfred" to the
students, his smile endears him to all who know him, either as
a classroom or a corridor friend.
The seniors have been privileged to have REVEREND CASPAR
J. HEIMANN as their instructor in apologetics. Father comes
as an assistant from St. Catherines. His thorough and accurate
classes, peppered with laughs, were one of our favorite periods.
We're sure to know our apologetics, thanks to Father I-Ieimann.
Our guide during high-school years, MOTHER MARY VERA
has been a steady flame of devotion to Christ and to the sisters
and students under her care. She has endeavored to give us a
Christian education that is truly Mary-like in its aims and ideals.
We will always remember the gracious leader who captured
our hearts and who made our Academy days such happy ones,
Able administrator and everybody's friend-that's SISTER
MARY RALPH, dear to our hearts as our A-l principal. She
shares our triumphs and admonishes us for our transgressions,
all with an irresistible twinkle in her eye. No memories will be
clearer than those which Sister Mary Ralph devised to make
school life more enjoyable. From movies and "illustrated
lectures" to pink and blue slips, we will remember her as an
advisor and a lifelong inspiration.
Always cheerful and always in our hearts'-that's SISTER
MARY AGERA, patience personified when drilling students in
senior survey, history, English literature or homeroom l05 reli-
gion class. She's an invaluable help, especially for those scholar-
ship tests . . . Backbone of the Athletic Association and top ideal
for aspiring economists, SISTER MARY AIMEE is the sophs' pride
and joy. I-Iomeroom 203's favorite religion teacher also guides
students through world history . . . "I-Iistory with a dash of fun
and interesting Englishfxmight very well be the by-words of
SISTER MARY ALENE. The twinkle in her eyes makes her
classes periods of "pleasurable" knowledge . . . The senior
class's own advisor, SISTER MARY ALICIA is responsible for
our superb dramatic productions. '45 speech students and
collegiate-bound students studying English literature will always
remember senior homeroom l09's cheerful teacher . . . A shining
example of patience is SISTER MARY CARMELETTE, moderator
Rev. Alfred Tritz, O.F.M
Rev, Caspar A. Heimann
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Cornerstones of learnin . . .
out of the "red". Sister also teaches religion
to the "privileged" first floor sophomore home-
room l07 . . . Whether you're an old hand
ar it or not, SISTER MARY GERMAINE is al-
ways Willing to be of assistance in the art
classes. Her contagious smile has earned her
a permanent place in our hearts . . . An under-
standing smile and soothing manner undoubt-
edly account for SISTER MARY JoELLE's
success as Student Council moderator and
homeroom teacher of lO8. Her love for his-
tory is evident in her Democracy ll and
American history classes.
The favorite linguist of first and second
year German students, SISTER MARY JULIAN
is also the prize package of sophomore home-
room 201. She teaches budding biologists
their scientific data and helps make us more
mission-minded. . . The members of the Junior
and Senior Guilds realized this past year that
SISTER MARY KATHLEEN is an indispensable
moderator. The freshmen will always re-
member her perfect-plus English classes. . . A
promising and pleasing addition to the fac-
ulty, SISTER MARY LEOLA has become more
than just a teacher to homeroom 304. Jour-
The towers of Notre Dame point heavenward as a symbol 01 our ctcrnal destiny.
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