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Livin the American Way . . .
1. "Can't Help Singing" is the cry of these melodic seniors as
they turn their class meeting into a song fest. 2. With the re-
markable record of never being tardy or absent for four years,
Mary Skrha, Theresa Twaragowski, and Ann Skrabec deserve more
than the ordinary congratulations. 3. "There Goes That Song
Again" as another group of seniors were snapped at their "musi-
cal" class meeting. 4. Twelve years at Notre Dame is the record
these girls hold. From the first grade to their senior year, they
have claimed N.D. as their only and best-loved Alma Mater.
fBack rowj Rosemarie Mihelich, Veronica Mihelich, Rosemary
Cowper, Mary Theresa Keehn, Rita Hauer, QSeatedJ Mary Frances
Callahan, Jeanne Cleary, and Marilyn Sonnhalter. 5. Here's one
horse you can safely bet on. Their four-footed friend helped Tower
Memories get all its patrons. Mary Lou Gordon and Betty Lou
Whitely stroke it tenderly. 6. Notre Dame "men of the press"
gather around Mr. O'Sullivan, Dean of the school of journalism
at Marquette University and president of the Catholic School Press
Association. The junior staff is represented by Lorice Mansour,
Claire Fairley, Penny Kilfoyle, Mary Kay Fisher, Audrey Potech-
nic, Ellen Moore, Rose Mary Harrison, Margaret Sloan, Helene
Turza, Dorothy Sevcek, and Anna Marie Fihn. 7. To put Christ
into Christmas, the sophomores gave their annual Cantata, in
which the story of The Messias was told in song. 8. Nieuwland
Science Club annual cosmetic sale was a success. Witness buyers
and sellers Sadie Cuttaia, June Newman, Mary Jane Prechtl, Mary
Hawkins, Dorothy Wank, and Margaret Ann Quinn.
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Meet our Mom and Dad . . .
l. The Notre Dame Guild presents its officers who steered their
ship through a most successful year: Mr. Joseph A. Gordon, treas-
urerg Mrs. Henry C. Diener, vice-president, Mr. Anthony J. Harks,
president, Mrs. Clarence N. Bergeron, recording secretary, Mrs.
Joseph J. Blaha, corresponding secretary. 2. To honor Mother
Mary Vera on the occasion of her silver jubilee of religious pro-
fession, the Guild sponsored a Silver Jubilee Victory Bond draw-
ing. Committee in charge consisted of Mr. Joseph A. Gordon, Mr.
Nicholas Gordon, Mr. Henry C. Diener, Mr. Joseph A. Matoney,
Mr. Anthony J. Harks, and Mr. Frank Durkin. 3. Virginia Blaha,
Mary Theresa Keehn, and Peggy Hickernell interview Captain
Chaplain James McGinnis, a South Pacific veteran, who recounted
his battle experiences for the members of the Guild at the October
meeting when the gigantic membership drive was launched. 4.
Jean Frances Muliolis looks pretty happy about the lucky winner's
number she's pulling from the barrel as Mr. Joseph A. Matoney
and Mrs. Henry C. Diener look on at the Silver Jubilee drawing.
5. As a feature of the February meeting, Rev. Frederick E. VVelf'le,
S. J., discussed the Dumbarton-Oaks peace proposal. Mr. J. M.
Scully, Mr. Frank Durkin, Mr. Joseph A. Gordon, Father Welfle,
Mr. Anthony J. Harks, Mr. Joseph A. Matoney, and Mr. Nicholas
G. Gordon, gathered after the meeting to continue the discussion.
6. A surprise Christmas party for Guild members concluded the
December meeting. ln the gym, Mrs. Stella Grady, Mrs. John Cor-
coran, Mrs. Otto Beyer, Mr. Alphonse Anieskey, Mr. Albert Pow-
ell, Mrs. A. Anjeskey, and Mrs. A. Powell relax during the enter-
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