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

 - Class of 1945

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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 681 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. 1



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For 111 anew era . . . OUR roles in Notre Dame's living history have been recorded eternally for bet- ter or for worse: There is a war being fought to preserve our way of life, and now we ask, "Is it worth it?" A Have we used our educational opportunities to train ourselves for the challenge that lies ahead? Have we learned that no matter how hard or how long we work, fight or pray for the boys who fought and died for us, We shall never be able to repay the debt that we owe to those who kept alive Notre Dame life for us from 194-l to 1945? Will we, in the dark days ahead, forget the lessons of Corregidor and Belgium. which they learned the hard way that-we might learn the easier Way? Have their foxhole and cockpit classrooms taught them the meaning of real values so that we may dismiss them with an airy toss of the head as soon as "the duration" is over? Have we learned to stand steadfast, cleaving to principles and reflecting the Catholic training that has been bought at so terrible a price, or will we forget what Christian principles can mean to this war-weary world? If we take up the sword of Catholic Action and combine our well-learned lessons with their hard- won victories, we shall be able to forge with fiery idealism the world for which we long. What we do with the training that is ours will prove to the world that the struggle has not been in vain. The future is in our hands!

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