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

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Editorial Staff J ANIQI' SWEENY Editor-in-Chief J EANNE BERGERCYN J OAN FIN Ii Assistant Editor Art Editor VlRGlNl.A BLAIIA Business Mflnager Tower Memories 0 1946 Proafueeaf by the .Members of the Senior Class of None Dame Academy Cleveland, Ohio Notre fDame, Gm Lady, the students of your Academy, grateful for the Peace secured through your intercession and enjoyed by us during the past two semesters, lovingly dedi- cate to you this 1946 volume of our "Tower Memories? Though the future looms un- certain, almost chaotic, we shall face it with high hope- even song-in our hearts: the hope your teaching has given usg the songs you have taught us to sing. We, the members of the graduating class, will be the first of our number to face that future in a world where, far too often and easily, wrangling minds would parry the necessity of striving to preserve the peace so dearly and so heroically won for us. Having been taught to know and realize the value of cor- rect principles and the true philosophy of life, we shall consider it our responsibility to carry into that world an example of noble Christian womanhood and to strive, as your true daughters, ever to bring honor to your glorious name, OUR LADY, NOTRE DAME. Tower Memories 1922 We, the 1946 Staff, are grateful for the privilege of publishing the Silver Jubilee volume of our "Tower Mem- ories" publication. Twenty-five years ago, the class of 1922 gave to our school its first official yearbook. We salute the members of the '22 class, likewise, each class of the years between, for upholding to our day this fine tradition. As a proper observance of the twenty- fifth anniversary of the publication of "Tower Memories", we have introduced a few new features, which we hope will both add to the attractiveness of our yearbook and serve to maintain its tra- ditional dignity and beauty. With the prime purposes of the year- book in mind, namely, to perpetuate for us the record of our school life and to stand as a symbol of our faith in the value of the great educational institu- tion that is Notre Dame, we have sep- arated all of the written copy from the pictures in our annual. This, we believe, will make for an easier and a more pleasant perusal of the book and will also give more prominence to each section. A second new feature of this year's "Memories" is in the arrangement of the senior class pictures, which have been set up according to the melody of our school song. Each senior's picture represents a note of the school song. This arrangement, besides containing just the right number of notes "to go around" and giving the needed variety to page set-ups, at the same time pre- serves for us in a unique way the song we have loved so well and sung so often. 1946 Here another salute is in order. Our school song has come of age this year, and this time our salute is for Louise Geurink Eberhart, of the class of 1924, who composed both the melody and the lyric of "To Our Dear Alma Mater." Besides our school song, seven other songs, from among the many associated with our school organizations and ac- tivities, are included either entirely or in part. This has been done for a two- fold purpose: to preserve these tradi- tional songs for future remembrance- after graduation-and to carry out our theme logically and completely. The three art-sketch division pages sym- bolize the songs of our school from September to June. The basic theme of Hope is further carried out in the use of green, the color of hope, also by the creation of a special cover design depicting the main Tower of Notre Dame rising up as a symbol of ' the strength of our hope. We, the editors of "Tower Memories of l946", wish here to thank all who helped make our yearbook a reality. Thanks to you, our fellow students, for your more than one-hundred percent co-operation in "backing the 'Memories' attack." Without your support we could never have had our "V-day? We want to give a special vote of thanks to our faculty adviser, Sister Mary Kathleen, and assistants, Sister Mary Michella, Sister Mary Gerald and Sister Mary Germaine. Your encourage- ment and help have given us happy "Memories". Part One OUR SCHOOL OUR CLASSES if 2 M 2 F if E EE .L Q i MS 5? Hiqlw ffm The Towers we bang, E E SE his 3' 'gain his? Ph. ? HIRE s. 94 Q .SI sf ,, I ...4 --w 1: n'-V Q1 fi a-' .J . P3 ii I4 .A . I- ., fi -4 - . 3 ' 1:13 5-:X 5229590 mRE mME 'A -w-is "-- , 1. ,fl ix- 52 if . ' ,, A. :MA mlm A27 -44 .- 1.5 'V . SETS THE TEMPC Notre Darnels Spirit and Strong Educational Principles Set the Ternpo for Our Striving, Notre Dame, Our Ladyl To her we are pledged, both individually and collectively, and thus we are guided by and follow in the spirit of hlary, which is the spirit of Notre ,Dame. Mary's radiating influence shines through in each and every Notre Dame project, both in and out of school, reflecting to others our prin- ciples, our spirit. From September to June, this spirit so permeates our lives as to lend a kind of glowing light to all activities here at school and to send us out at all times guided by, and prepared to exemplify in conduct, its fundamental ideals. The Spirit of Notre Dame is one of youth striving for heights of Worthwhile achievement,-a spirit of 'fgetting in and pitching", of vig- orous, wholesome competition in daily contacts with "true pals". It is a spirit animated by a love for beauty in truthg influenced by the exem- plary lives of true friends, more to us than Well - qualified, efficient teachers. It is a spirit dedicated to confidence and trust in God, in America, and in God-given author- ity. This is our spirit-the Spirit of Our Lady, Notre Dame! Our School's Educational Principles To instill in the hearts and minds of students a love of God and coun- try, is the foundation of all Catholic education. For the past seventy-five years, Notre Dame has been giving to the world these Catholic-American prin- ciples through its graduates-its am- bassadors of God and Country. During our high school years, we have been taught truth, because our whole system of education is cen- tered around God, Truth Itself. VVe have been consistently educated to do all that we do, not merely out of obligation, but out of high and noble motives of love and service. While still in school it is com- paratively easy to follow this blue- print for happinessg but we are also made aware of the fact that all we learn under the guidance of Notre Dame constitutes a plan for our whole life. As ambassadors, we in our turn will enter a world sorely in need of the lesson of justice and charity to- ward fellow men. During the war humanity descended to the depth of chaotic iniquity. lt is now impera- tive, for the survival of the world, that the leaders and the people of all countries learn justice, love and truth. Tomorrow the world will be ruled by our generation. VVe must start now, by the example of our daily lives, to reteach and spread Christian principles. 'VVe can never forget the beautiful ideals which Notre Dame has laid before us. In order to remember them well, we shall take them with us in our "Tower Memories", where in picture, song and text they are recorded for us as they were taught, learned and put into practice in our school life. Our S pzritual Guzdef Our Bishop For the initial spiritual guidance of the world, we look to our Holy Father, Pope Pius XIIg also, for direction in securing our aim: a lasting peace,-a peace that can be such only if a Christian peace. His Holiness has the only key to turn the rusted lock of world in- justice and prejudice,-the key of Christian principles. These are exer- cised and applied in our great dio- cese by The lN1ost Reverend Edward F. Hoban, S.T.D., LL.D., worthy representative for us of our Holy Father. Bishop Hoban, taking up in No- vember, I94-5, full responsibility for our diocese, after the death of our beloved Archbishop Schrembs, has continued the great work of forming new parishes, to bring the greatest amount of spiritual good to the larg- est number of his people, and the benefits of a Catholic education with- in the reach of every Catholic child. This extraordinary zeal for souls is characteristic of our bish0p's every undertaking, as his many achieve- ments testify. Though with us for only three years, Bishop Hoban is known to us and throughout the Cleveland Dio- cese for his vibrant Catholic action. We students of Notre Dame are grateful to God for giving us such a leader and spiritual guide as our be- loved Bishop Hoban. Our Chaplain 'fGiving service in a manner at- tractive to all, genial, friendly, with a ready greeting for everyone" is only a small portion of a total char- acterization, all of which has the same ring, and all of which belongs to Father Natalis, our Academy Chaplain, and teacher of religion. Although we seniors did not have the privilege of being instructed by Father Natalis, we know from the juniors that we have missed an ex- cellent, conscientious teacher. Notre Dame's Inspiration Behind every successful project is a successful personality. Behind the well-organized institution is a person of character, leadership and vision. Therefore, dearest to the heart of every Notre Dame student is our own Mother Mary Vera, S.N.D. Although not seen in our midst as often as we should like, nor as famil- iar to us as the members of our facul- ty, she is with us perpetually in her remarkable guiding spirit. Serving as personal representative of Our Lady to us, Mother Mary Vera has been an inspiration in the life of every individual student at Notre Dame. Her name, a name of Htruthv, easily signifies what lN1other Mary Vera is for us: true educator, true inspiration, true leader,-surely a name worthy of remembrance through life, to help us live up to the ideals of Notre Dame. Our Principal Behind a smooth-running school is the guiding hand of an understand- ing principal who gains the respect and love of the entire student body. Notre Dame has such a person in Sister Mary Ralph, S.N.D. Always accessible, always available, her wise counsel and her personal interest are valued by every student. The Class of '46 extends most gra- cious thanks to Sister lXlary Ralph for her patient and devoted direction which has made the days of our so- journ at Notre Dame happy ones. When in future years we look back to our high school days, the tardy slips and ninth periods will be a hazy outline, but Sister Mary Ralph's smile framed in the office window will always be bright in our mem- ories. Our Faculty Something that VVebster does not include in his dehnition of a school faculty is the vast array of varied and complicated duties of a teaching group in charge of a large number of girls of different ages-freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The Sisters of Notre Dame Acad- emy have for four years fulfilled their obligations to us, the graduat- ing class of 746, just as faithfully as they have in their preceding years of service to the thousands of girls entrusted to their care. The chief obligations of the facul- ty lie in the physical, intellectual and moral education of their students. "Plan, strive, pray for success" is the motto they hold up to all of us whom they fashion and develop into loyal, worthy citizens. We, in our turn, backed by a thorough Notre Dame education, should be capable of car- rying on to completion the unfinished tasks of the present generation, as far as this responsibility will devolve upon us. ln the past several years, the stu- dent population of Notre Dame Academy has been increasing by leaps and bounds, and the faculty has grown in proportion,-each new addition to their number being a welcome and warm-hearted exten- sion, complementing the entire scheme of the spirit, facilities, and progressiveness of our faculty. The word "faculty", when applied to the religious and lay teachers of our Academy, is synonymous with willingness, readiness, and ability to help whenever possible and wherever needed. We, the seniors, have known them for four all-too-short years. We have met them in the various classes and in extra-curricular activities, but, wherever it was that our classes or our out-of-class interests brought us into contact with them, we agree in our serious moments, not unmind- ful of the hard, often grueling work that was for us their order of the day,-we all agree that we've been mighty lucky to see nobility of char- acter, in concern for the total success of others, at such close range. Our Teachers Alphabetically reviewed accord- ing to departments, the names of our teachers, and the subjects they teach, are here recorded by us for easy and long remembrance. In the Art department, SISTER MARY GERMAINE has persevered in the sometimes thankless task of de- manding Hre-do's" when she knew that anything less than perfection was unworthy of her artists. l l iff! -'Z lfoi fl! f XT lril I i 1' , I 545 I Contest awards and recognition earned by her students prove that her method is right. The Commerce department does a big piece of work for a large number of students. SISTER lVlARY DOLURUSE, perhaps best known to the seniors studying commerce subjects, keeps high ideals of all-around ef- ficiency before her future secretaries, in her classes of advanced shorthand, secretarial training, transcription and economics. SISTER MARY GERALD prepares the way for future Hbudg- eteers" in her several bookkeeping classes, and follows up with second- year typewriting. Speaking of laying groundwork, MISS LOIS GOREY does plenty of this important work in her Hrst year shorthand and typewriting tsl , classes, with an additional interest in Business English. The department of English has a somewhat larger group of full-time teachers. SISTER MARY ST. THERESE is leading three groups of freshmen through the rigors of hard-headed grammar, not neglecting, however, to give them a proper introduction to the beauties of literature. Two parallel classes are taught by SISTER MARY LERoY, who also conducts speech classes, in which students find opportunities to prepare for platform and stage speaking experi- ences, besides helps for overcoming shyness and stage fright. On the sophomore level, SISTER MARY VIR- GINETTE carries on the good work, re-emphasizing the importance of correct written and oral expression. She is seconded in' her effort by SISTER MARY LEOLA, likewise teach- ing three sophomore English classes, plus Types of Literature, a course which in semester two, takes up where her journalism class left off at mid-semester. lt is in the Journalism class that students with a verve for writing get the excellent training that has produced our much-honored and awarded school paper. juniors acquire a better understanding of the spirit of our great nation through a study of its literature, three of which classesin American Literature and language are taught by SISTER MARY KATHLEEN. The delights of English Literature and the importance of Practical English are shown to sen- iors by Sister Mary Luke, in addi- tion to her classes in Latin for juniors and seniors. As we continue the listing of our faculty members and the classes taught by them, especially as we have known them in our senior year, we find another familiar group in the department of History and Social Studies. SISTER MARY AGERA makes history vital in her classes in Amer- ican History and Sociology, for juniors and seniors respectively. SISTER MARY AIMEE does the same for both juniors and sophomores. SISTER lNTARY AMBROSE 'fstrikes a highl' in her grade nine history and social studies classes, and in her equally vivified Economic Geog- raphy. SISTER MARY SHELIA accom- plishes a big task in her American History, Democracy and two junior English classes. In the Home Economics depart- ment we have the much-appreciated portion of the faculty-those who teach the practical arts. The study of the art of Clothing takes on charms when SISTER MARY LEoNII,I.A re- veals its glories. SISTER MARY WIL- MARIE, to whose efforts, mainly, we owe the beauty of the Home Ec Lab, does justice to Foods and to Home Economics Survey classes. MISS INIARY JANE POLLOCK easily man- ages equal classes of Home Manage- ment and Foods, numbering four in all, while MRS. ANNE SIMPSON of the American Red Cross makes her semester course in Home Nursing both practical and appealing. The department of languages is always interesting because of its va- riety of offerings. And that goes for the teachers, too. In the HParlez- vous francais?" section of this de- partment we have SISTER NTARY FLORICE teaching the second year, as well as classes in Latin I and II. French I is handled by MISS LOUISE SCI-INEE, P.N.D., who also treats the freshmen to General Math and Algebra. SISTER INIARY CAROL reigns supreme at the Spanish side of the language table, while SISTER lWARY JULIAN claims the same honors as teacher of both German I and II, adding to her interests a class in Algebra for freshmen. The Latin department is further embellished by SISTER lvl.-XRY REGIEN, teaching Hrst and second year classes, as well as one class in ninth grade English. Enthusiasts have termed the school library the 'lheart" of the school, even its 'fsoul". VVell, whatever it is, this we know, that our librarians, SISTER lVlARY CHARLES Hlltl her able assistants -- SISTER MARY MANU- ELLA, in the library itself, and SISTER NL-XRY FERRER at the very important work of reconditioning books--give real service and supplement class- room teaching of library science. The importance of the department of lNIathematics has come into great- er prominence due to the need for precision calculating that arose with the recent War. SISTER IVIARY FRANCES gives the groundwork of this very important Subject to fresh- men and sophomores in General Math and Algebra classes. MISS INTARY IVIARGARET CUSACK does im- portant follow-up Work with classes in Geometry and Advanced Alge- bra, also teaching General Science. In the department of Music, SISTER lVlARY CECILIE, teaching the beauties of Choral singing, has de- veloped her students to the point of making it possible for them to join with the Glee Club and participate in Notre Dame's classic, the annual Spring Concert. Physical Education classes, large and small, offer MISS ELAINE MAYER no end of opportunity to check posture and to teach means and methods of keeping in "trim". The department of Religion, its subject being the key-subject in our course of studies, claims by far the largest number of teachers, since practically every Sister on the Facul- ty is engaged in directing a home- room, for which group she also con- ducts religion classes. Added to this group is FATHER N ATALIS WEIILNER, O.F.M., who meets each homeroom class on both the junior and fresh- men levels once a Week. But religion is by no means an isolated subject at Notre Dame. It is correlated with all other subjects, it is the basis of all our learning, and gives real mean- ing to all our studies. Z , Q . f . t AA :Q N Wifi 0' - yl Q- -I The final subject department, al- phabetically listed, is the Science department. SISTER MARY How- ARD does full duty in her classes in Chemistry, Physical Science, and Physics. SISTER MARY MICHELLA clarifies the mysteries of Biology for large groups of sophomores. MISS DOROTHY FIIREY, P.N.D., teaching in Chemistry, also assists in the de- partment of Mathematics, teaching tvvo geometry classes. And last, but by no means least, on our list of teachers is MISS MARGARET ROH- NER, P.N.D., With a keen interest in chemical research, teaching Chem- istry and Biology. As you see, We have made no at- tempt to praise the Work done by our teachers, because we believe that any praise we might give them would be totally inadequate to do justice to their merits. That they Will have our eternal gratitude goes without saying. So, too, with another group of unselfish Women who serve our daily needs. ln the sacristy it is Sister Mary St. Francis Whose untiring vigilance always has everything ready for our needs. In the high school office it is SISTER MARY CRESENCE, undaunted by a verita- ble world of businessg and her able assistant, MISS ALBERTA WALTER, P.N.D. ln the Book Store it is SISTER MARY MARTIN, who supplies all of our many needs, and that most graciously. In the Cafeteria depart- IHCHI lt is SISTER lVlARY CONSOLATA and her cheerful staff four friendslj who make our tasty lunches feven good weiners and bunsj possibleg and SISTER MARY JACQUELYN, Whom we have come to appreciate as an important aid to this department. From our Principal all the way down to the' additional departments, it's a well-clicking Notre Dame sys- temda system we truly appreciate! ffjidxk I Y 4 661 Our Bishop IWUST REX'FRENll EDWARD F. HUBAN, S.T.D., LL.D . . . rllzcvlys u genial friend Our Chaplain IQIEYIZRISNIJ Nx' VV!-il.1ANl U.F.NI. Vlxss F1 awk Mu:-R 'Vllss MARX hxl Pollock Mus Nlnx NI CLNALR MRS. ANNE W. SIMPSON, A.R.C. Lay Faculty Sindy Miss Lois GOREY CC Our Towers rise over the boulevard z Y b . 3 ,ff : - 'Q-M r-,-- H 'Aw Xbif In early November we wendea' our prayerful way to Our Lady ofthe Lake Seminary to honor the over the world Blessed llflemory of our Beloved Arclzbislzop Joseph A. Schrembs Potential atom snlrlxlzers . . . tlunvz' senior pllysifs Sflldf'I1fS Jus! I1 snzilff vould C'l'llf'fi' Ilzis plnslffl' uclezzllz 77Hl.YkH . . . as tlwse' senior url SfIll1'l'l1f.V know . . . and .Ivan 1,iedf'rlm4'l1, being mnsleffd The mid-day pause that refreshed . . . 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I W 3 I ff S . iw 5 B if WU 46 IPOXVIER 1x1liNIORlliS QUHQN: Delores Grande and her Court Virginia Blaha -fllaid of Honor HUNURABIJQ MENTIUN: Top: Theresa illolpuck, Mary jane Prechtl, Mary Margaret Seger, Mary Ann YVickes, Nlary Alice Ryan. lit: Elaine Gut, Elinor Zizniewski, Audrey Potechnic, Betty Stasny. janet Sweeny Jeanne Bc-ireron Anna Nl. 'l'al0ne Father Svetek Jeanette Bartak Catherine Hickernell BonK - or - THE - YEAR BEST Sm.1.ERs Part Two STUDENT GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS HONOR SOCIETIES PUBLICATIONS SPECIAL EVENTS . 1 H -4" 5- C ii if i 33 3. U T T 3' 5 TE' i X' Morxpef ,loe-Iov- -ed OT God and of mmm M Wifi? li S559 ,.,. REIZT ii 5 U F 3 1,173 QM? ill if I 63'-H :fi-'K xi Q! ,jg mf '- . - if ' I 7 . I .f Faifk' ful we mmf, '- Hem a Y u f T, A f A R -1 I A g . V ' C 1- d d b OU On, Com - rode- OI MQ Q WY 7 R F1 me Y R Y ' I , , f , . f V'-, 1 . Y ' K f S I Thmqe One- 'J ,ova You-7 In al KEEP U5 1 who 'R f ,..-Q T , I2 . 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' il -T77 ' ' if .' f- -5' JF- -9 ' - f - - Q ' V.-- -' -- Ig, . .'.:. ., I .II:- I: 3.3. 2 '31 5 1 . ' -1.- '- ' -f fi: ,Q gd. .Ig A -. . -'-1 - - . : . ,rg g,-7' . , ' I -r. ,-xg ...ff - A-:X -e . -- Joa .1 ' , .. H Y 'L I ' ' ",:AAu ' A . v . -ill, I I ' -. 157415. 'A Uur Noirc Dunne School 1,l'g2llliZZlll0llS and Activities . . Where true pals greet each other Guided by Dear Notre Dame." OUR LAuY's SODALITY is at the 'ahead of the list" of our school or- ganizations. While all the work of the Sodality is dedicated to Our Lady, the Eucharistic-Our Lady's Committee is especially pledged to her honor. This year it sponsored, among other traditional projects, the Perfect Week Ends. The Social Life Committee planned the annual pilgrimage to -a"'-f O S Providence Heights, the delightful- ly new 'fBelinda Hop," and the per- fect sodality dance. Half-pint Harry, Pat Pint, Quen- tin Quart and the whole "Family" of the Mission Committee had a wonderful year. The Literature Committee, synon- ymous with a successful Catholic Book Week, launched a powerful 'fPamphlets for Veterans" drive. The Publicity and the Publicity Poster Committee collaborated with all others, likewise under the ad- visory direction of Sister Mary Luke, for the greater promotion of Our Ladyls interests, and all together cul- minated a truly democratic sodality year. THE STUDENT COUNCIL is another of our school organizations which gives ample opportunity for the practice of school democracy. It is our government, under the direction of capable student leaders chosen by popular vote of the entire student body. The Council carried on a very successful 'fVictory Bond Drive"g planned and sponsored Father- Daughter Night in March and Mother-Daughter Night in May, both of which events were much ap- preciated by our dads and moms. The ofhcers, together with the class councils, the junior and senior monitors, and Sister Mary Florice, have worked valiantly for the better interests of Notre Dame and have kept us all t'going" happily along Hour wayfl X T 3:-:A -MD PL THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ac- tivities are the outlet of all our teen- age surplus energy. Through the able leadership of its officers, under the immediate direction of a much interested physical education instruc- tor, Miss Elaine Mayer, and our co-operating advisor, Sister Mary Aimee, the A. A. reached an Hall- time highw this year. Among the special events were hay rides, horseback riding, bowling, roller skating and bike hikes. Members anticipated with inter- est the regular peppy meetings as well as the seasonal sports, in which spirited co-operation, fair play, and fine sportsmanship held sway. THE GLEE CLUB, presenting art at its loveliest, offers golden opportuni- ty to all silver-throated music lovers. The call is "Come in and sing out" for everybody's enjoyment. This year the traditional Spring Concert-Notre Dame's classic-of- the-year-thrilled a capacity audi- ence on May 10th, when the Glee Club, the A Capella Choir and the Chorus groups, under the doubly able direction of Sister Mary Carol and Sister Mary Cecilie, treated us to a program of delightful harmonies crowned by a beautiful Cantata, 'fThe Ministering Christfl We doubt whether it will ever be surpassed by any succeeding group. THE DRAMATIC CLUB, as Troupe 574 of the National Thespian So- ciety, likewise holding membership in the Masque and Gavel Honorary Speech Society and the National Catholic Theater Conference, is the organization that promises and gives fun with hard work and a variety of stage experiences. Directed by Sister Mary Alicia, who is assisted by Sister Mary Le- roy, the senior class play, 4'Murder ln A Nunneryl' starred several senior members of the Dramatic Club. Besides the regular meetings, in which small dramatic performances were enacted, a Play Festival, fea- turing three one-act plays, was held in April. The competitive nature of the festival caused the dramatic abil- ity of sophomores, juniors and sen- iors alike to rise to new heights of excellence. THE LIBRARY COMMITTEE, Notre Dame's youngest organization, is under the direction of Sister Mary Charles, and this year celebrates its fourth birthday. This Committee began its exist- ence with a small group of freshmen, the present senior members, and has increased its numbers yearly, until it now boasts a record membership of fifty-six. , The principal aim of the Com- mittee is to foster among its own members and the student body at large a better knowledge of the li- brary and its service, and the mem- bers have done a wonderful job. NOTRE DAME GUILD, for twenty years our loyal Mbackingl' organiza- tion, is still very much in the prime of its youth. Each year its able of- ficers and active co-operating mem- bers set their aim higher and reach greater achievements, for the benefit of our school and the further exten- sion of the educational work of our Sisters. A busy year of almost ceaseless activity proves that nothing is too much for our Guild. Its social events benefit members and students alike, witness: the Fall Social. This year's big-scale drawing on a new Plym- outh fimmediate deliveryj has proved the C1uild's Hbest bet" in our post-war day of waiting lists for new cars. Sponsored by a faculty committee, including Sister Mary Florice, Sister Mary Julian, Sister Mary Kathleen, Chairman: Sister Mary Luke, and Sister Mary Virginette, and aided on occasion by the high school Student Council as link between the Guild and the students, the organization of Notre Dame Guild has proved its worth and its indispensability. l lonor Societies THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY maintains its Notre Dame Chapter in our school, making it possible for fifteen percent of our graduating class each year to be elected into this nationally recognized student organ- ization. A big step in the Hstriving for fu- ture and fame" is election to the National Honor Society. As the names of the lucky seniors are an- nounced on that last day, a feeling of justihable pride surges through those chosen. As they rise to pro- nounce the pledge required of them as members, they then realize that their four years have been a steady progression to that level of achieve- ment, they are glad for the effort put forth to acquire the outstanding qualities of scholarship, character, leadership and service. MASQUE AND GAVEL offers anoth- er opportunity to students of Notre Dame. Primarily an honor given for outstanding work in public speaking, membership in this society includes, among other requirements, qualities of leadership. Members are chosen by the faculty from both the senior and junior classes. This year both classes have gained representation. Notre Dame, always abreast of the times, recognizes the necessity of training us, her students, so that we will be able to take prominent places as leaders of tomorrow, capable of giving coherent expression to the ideals and truths for which we stand. Students elected to membership in the Masque and Gavel Society have the satisfying assurance that they have attained a noteworthy de- gree of speech proficiency, and that they are prepared to present the ideals of Notre Dame, Our Lady, to a waiting world. THE THESPIAN SOCIETY, a nation- al honorary society, offers member- ship to those students who, through participation in school dramatics and the attainment of a degree of success in stage performances, earn recognition and merit this honor. Notre Dame's dramatic club affili- ation with the National Thespian gives added impetus to the work of our twentieth century "Fanny Kem- bels" and serves as a spur to greater achievements in dramatics. QUILL AND ScRoLL SOCIETY. Busy journalists and sorely tried editors Hnd heart's ease in the honor which comes to them through membership in the Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society, composed of suc- cessful high school newspaper jour- nalists and yearbook editors. YVhen this goal has been reached it is easy to forget the midnight oil, the rubber cement blisters, the end- less galley proofs, and the multitude of anxieties connected with publish- ing. Publications THE TOWER. "Cut off those ears and throw out that head!" No, nothing tragic, just another issue of our school paper on the way to press. Nearing the end, and the senior staff visions the bliss of retirement. The junior staff, also under the ex- perienced direction of Sister Mary Leola, is off to an excellent, pace- making start. The varied experiences that have graced our editing days are all more than cherished by us now, and the hours we spent in Room 107, grasp- ing airy inspiration, will be remem- bered always. TOWER lVlEMORlES has made its debut in the introduction to our pres- ent volume. Only a final word re- mains to be said. Notre Dame, our school, has given us, in the oppor- tunity that is ours to edit this book, far more than mere writing and edit- ing experiences. VVith this privilege we have gained invaluable experi- ence in social contact, in giving and taking, in learning to do things Uthe hard Way", and in learning to wait for success, we have gleaned pre- cious memoriesg we Wish every stu- dent could share our experiences, but that being impossible, we shall share with you our N1 EIXIORIES. 'lilic Wcurira lfxcnls NoTRE DAME DAY-it was the last for our senior class, but it was perfect in every respect. From the youngest cake-lovin' freshie to the tallest college-minded senior, all were in the full spirit of the day of all days at Notre Dame. THE FALL SOCIAL dance couldn't have been better, and to prove that boast we will merely re- mind you that the band struck up its first num- ber for a more than half- hlled floor of dancers. True, uniqueg but the I I I L'Our Waltz"iall a precious mem- ory never to be forgotten. KID DAY for seniors! But it was fun to forget senior dignity for a day and skip to classes. Yes, but every- one was glad when we came to school the next day in the familiar blue uniform. Somehow, toys, suckers, gum don't belong. RING CERExIoNY, the juniors' joy, seniors' joyous memory, glad- dens all alike. WVe all thrilled to see each junior mount the stage steps, proceed to the senior class president and receive her class ring, "pledging her to Notre Dame." just another year, dear Sophs, and that joy will be yours. OUR CLASS PARTIES are and al- ways have been superb. VVe seniors enjoyed a really gay time at our Nlasquerade in October. The juniors set a precedent this year with the in- troduction of a Ring Dance follow- ing their Ring Ceremony. The sophomores, our charming sister class, were the sweethearts of Notre Dame this year, with their party at St. Valentine season. The dear fresh- men, not to be outdone, introduced a most appropriate theme, a wishful theme, set in the atmosphere of dreamy soap bubble decorations. We hope all your wishes come true, for the greater advancement M. of your promising class 'U and the greater glory of 'four dear Notre Dame." SODALITY DANCE in X I ff T ' Fall Social is always that. .I J l i I lN1ay, the last formal of the year, honored Mary SENIOR PROM-sweet jig and afforded all present fragrance of flowers, ,. with an opportunity to Q I : l 1 dainty formals, melody I im, gnjg ,I testify loyal adherence to from the best of orches- if A her spirit. That this tras, a rose trellis. the dance achieved its pur- senior promenade. our lggfe- ...' f pose was evident to us her radiant white formal, I .l,,. 4 I lovely Prom Queen in f . W. , l . all. lt remains a lasting, beautiful memory. I Our Ladyis' e BZ? 'QR Saduliiy Y. A? M E "'g ,- L lf., -- W-1 V, RN .f y-ww-1x44 L 'F e -15 at .,,5,wr,,i if Patricia Carson Sfrand Jivyixianf Hrad of .-lflrzxrolif Cflllllfllfffl' Wm Joan Seilex' llnnl of Iflf ufflfrily Poxtfr f,v1lII1lflifff'f' Genevieve McGinnis Firfl Ilfmf of n'1l.Y.Yi0ll Commilirv' I Claire Schmitt 1101111 of I,ifI'fIIf11l'F Conzmittn' jean Liederlmach Hrad of Publicity Comnzittfe X -Ioan Schmitz Sodulfly Prefarl Evelyn Kamzxn, Sec'3 Ilfad of Sufial Liff Commiffrf' 1' Betty Caswell Hand uf Ihr E1ll'lI1lfl.ffll'f' Our' Lady f:I1l7llIIlffl'L' v s' ' 1 4,-.if 'K W 0 Cl ll A ' -fav Life ,,, C 0 m mittee 4 4 H Publicity - ' Gif Poster Committee Sfllniilllflf Lois M. Snrtz, Betty Mnsial, Frances Hnliay, Margaret Baeha, Alice Kalweit, Evelyn Raman, joan -lacolmsen, Margie Cahill. Sr'atm1.' .lean Fisher, Ann Katona, Patricia Rini, llelen Kalapos, Mildred Klncho, Stella McLaughlin, Connie Luciano. Sirnzdirzgff Roseann Cinadr, joan Seller, Mary K. Yagy, Mary -I. Kundmneller, Rita A. McNally, Patricia Kramer, Mary J. llrlwancic. Sl'Ilfl'41.' Mary E. Salwatos, Jeanette Tomchak, Rita Vargo, Lillian Magilo, Theresa Gresko, Eileen Adams, Betty Nunn. Bark: Dorothy Strahler, joan llagan. Loyola Perl, Therese jaeolws. Rosemary jaeolvs, Dorothy Bunosky, Catherine Kehner, Betty Caswell, Mary Coco. ,llirlillft Mary L. Stovall, Mildred Pekol, Mary Gregory, Mary Dempsey, Lois VVelch. Betty A. Gocke, Eileen Lamlwden, Virginia VVeigler, Dorothy Csarny. l'iI'flIIf.' Mary R. lnnnorrnino, Rosemarie Mallinal-i, Rita Zeleznik, Patricia Liederhach, Mary A. Srnolkn, Mary Gallagher, Mary Kirstein, Bernadette Blake. Sirzmfilzgf: Claire Schmitt, Geraldine klaeohsen, Marilyn McDonough, Colleen Donovan, Marilyn Dolanee, Alice Rylwieki, Peggy Schoepe, Genevieve Repasky. Sl'!If1'i!.' Kathleen Berger. Patricia Liederlwach, Frances Bartko, Rita Victor. Barbara Laezko, Virginia Repas, Virginia Skuly, Nlary A. Smollio. Pronmters r C 0 nznziflee l l , l l Literature y . C om mzifee M 4 Nm Q... 'rm li ll C11 urixliv sr fflll' 1,mly'.v LvIIlIlIIIiff1'4' .lIi.s'.s'iu ll ClIlHIHIiffA'l' Pnlzlirity Cn HI mitlm N't1111.!if1lf.' ID. ,lZll'IllllNL'll. YI. l'1I'Lllllx, Nl. Sluzm, li. Yllllllx, l. Ruymont, Nl. Nl:-C':1h'c-ry, KI. Nlciiinnia, A. Kemlvierfkn, A. ith, G. Lllll'NK'N. Sm1rf.1: l7.NNv1lIll4, B. Gejtlm, Nl. Richxlrdwn, I5. Ruyxucvncl, R. li:-nlnnr. Nl. A. NVickt-5, Nl. j. Slow:-y, R. Nluwr. liflrlz' li. Caswell, C. Uulan, Nl. Nl. SL-ga-r, R. Brady, ll. Dzurillu. NI. Griffin, L. NVQ-lch, li. lNr'lZ1l'lillr, l"ru11t.' G. fll'i'k'Il, Nl. R. lmmormlno, D. LVSZIVIIX, A. lNlL'CUI'lIlZlCli, l. llajer, j. Schmitt, j. llnlluen, M. Gxxllzxglwr. Sflllllllllflf B. Dorsey, Nl. Z:-ity, Nl. L. Bl1lClmlNll'Il, C. l,t'!lll1lllSl'il, Lienlerlwzlch, A. Nl. tl0llNVIlN', P. llumcllik, A. 'aimlf Nl. Kcchn, G. Tarun, 'l'. Simonfki, li. Huck:-. Ii. Rehur, li. Blake, Nl. Svreullwk. Bates. liurk Ruw.c.' R. Stepun, Nl. Karpimki, Nl. Seller, B. Lukcs, D.Nerne-tl1,N.Kem1edy,V fxllllllllllil. .lIiJlll1'.'Bux'ha1'a jan1lmr, P, Rylsicki, H. llc-Vall, P. clllfwllll, B. NluC':1rthy, A. List. N'w11tw.i,'-1. Cornhuff, ll. Nlclvor, 'l'. Szltuw, j. Gall, A. Vllma .41 postnlir' Illl. Maul v - Q. C omnzlflffe ...,,. 9 1' Our Stzzdem' Cozzmil V ,z , . my . ' fl ," lv , 5.3 lmemi CALL I 'ive President Q O Rusmmn' Hmlzlsmrx Presidmzt PA'mlcl,x Ku vmmlz ' Smvvtary Rs.. 4 Q , 3,04 E315 arf Q3 3? B'llYra1mfxmA H0105 -llflf i on duty am' Gunn Trerlsurw if P '38 QW ,W , 6 l'AAWf'l ,V A Q-fi? lim!-.' Mary Alive Ryan. xl:-an Gregory. Mary Hawkins, Ilumrhy Clnrriy. Rim Zclcvnik. lfrrnztg Eliyalieth .Xgim-Nlzi, Shirley Smith. l,urc-lla Vargu. FI'llIli't'N Nugent. -lrlcqueline Ulzmzi. l5nlm'w Lava. Ju ninr Class . ou nci fl I Sn plz Il m are Class Cn Il nvil fb - mm v U' 1" w- linfk Rnfzc: xlilllll ,I:1rulm'n. Rim-niziry Flynn. Lillian Vusniik. Mary 'lf lin-zirriii, Marie Locignn, Philmnrnu llnim-nik, ll:-len Kotnik. lfrnnl Iffmrf lilezinor Yurvliu, Sylvia Aiijesky, Mary Ann llzillm, liilcen Lunilulcn, ,lu Ann lln-nningcr, Ruth lllCilt'X'liilK'll. Ifmk: lilziinv Sullivan. Peggy Svlmvpe. ,-Xlire He-dzle1'n1:1n, Rim Kolmicli, ,'X1'clrn Beuvli, Kathleen Ritchie. ,lliillllri slum- Cirziiwcier. Nlurir llmunlzi. Rita Love, Doris iilnxnzi, -lczin Vl'eilile. I'-Vllilff Nlziry plane ciZlN5lLlf. 'l'he1'L-N11 lfriullc-l, UL-rzildine lizilxc-11 llc-l11'icix:1 llents-mann, lfvrlyii Rvlwr. Senior Class l.'nunr'il wwe' 43 "J-an -1 Freslz m Il Class clllllllffll I5'arA'.' Ursula Sandro, Dorothy Lixy, lherexe Uluttu, Ptinlinc lieuutlry. lherexa Lune, Nancy lireitlmrt. I-rofzt: ,lo-ephinc Srzlrripino, ,loan Goebel, llurothj' U'lSrit-n, ,leanne Komzx, Marx lircnnan, Mzzrizlnne Supnn, llelen Micldozis. . . ., - -A Q A ... l Sv ni or ll fllonitnrs l.a.vt Kufw: M. Gilmore, R. Harrison, D. VVisnic-waki, R. bllliflllli, A. M. Fihn, M. liillfllil, M. A. Owens, C. Kolovich, I7. Sevrek, T. lJ'Agostino, M. li. Fisher, l. Gall. P, Kilfoyle. Sfrruztl Lasf: l. Dajer, R. Rolling, li. VVavzynik, B. Sup j LIII, . Bergeron, A. Rylmicki, R, Iinglifh, j. Sweeny, L. Mansour, C. Kehner, M. A. Link, G. McGinnis, M. Gallagher. Third l.a.s'f.' P. Lieclerlvach, ll. YVank. J. llollwen, j. List, R. Cosma, A. Potechnir, 'lf Satow, IJ. Grande, M. Klucho, M. Vrbancik, E. Sedrnak. Frrnzr: R. Pepoy, P. Carson, A. Zahurancik, R. Gund, A. Katonu, C. Raith, j. Cornhorl, li. Valentine. Bark: I.. VVhitney, P. O'C0nnUr, M. jost, M. A. Cachat, S. Reim, V. Repas, A. Rolling, Fiaher, M. Danolfo. E. jarovics. illiddlr: M. Gregory, VVolinski, A, Kosrnerl, R. larnmarino, -I. Dzurilla, A. junosek, R. Schneider, lf. Laurence, R. XVier, L. Magilo. Fro11l.' R. Bednar, H. Gocke, B. Blake, Keefe, Nl. E. Salmtos, M. I.. Stovall, C. Minch, P. Rini. Junior A, - 7' flfonztors -l-l Athletic Asscbciation If Xvllilll N IA fViAFFNEY, President EILEEN Kie1.1.x', Serrrtary . L,,i w' zi- . Q. . - ' 'mu wg Yuxxa lXlUIill.Y, Vive President Top: F. Toni, M. HANX'KlNS, H. RAisA'1'1N. Jlizldle: l.. P1.EcHA1'x', R. DULAN, E. Kiil.l.Y. Front: R. ENGLISH, Y. Mfumv, Y. Cz.-UIFNEY, L. GIORD.-KNO. Riu ENGLISH, Trfmsnrer Senior Volleyball "Champs" A-A BOARD: Olfl:liIliliS ,xxn HE.AlDS or Sl'uR'x's W' my J.,- 0 Q, 'Rf I1r11'l'.' Doris Gluvna, Sophomore representative: Carol Gulan, Riding: Agnes Kusmerl, VVhirlog Lillian Vmmik Bowling, Mary jane Prechtl, Badrnimon: joan Gorman, Publicity, Rita Pepoy, Special events. Front: Elizabeth Agresta Baseball: Mary Alice Ryan, Baaketlwallg Vonna Nlohily, Vive-l'res.g Virginia Gaffney, Preaidentg Eileen Kelly, Secretary Rita English, Treasurer: jean Fisher, Publicity. Q- Se ni n r Team .'l1f'IP!l7?I'S . . . the' haw- give! an uwunlpl nf true Xntrl 17111116 Spurtx Inzxmhip. J u ni nr Ten m Meffz lwrs PlllClQ' unu- temlr-rx for ull ullump- iunships . . . Soph 0 m are Team IW e m lu' rs . . . ll chal- lenge ln up- pervla-5 Itllllla. Freshman Team gwembers . . . with ll spirit un! cluuntcd by thc skill of practiced wpponents. . . . the Sfnphs' one ten- son for taking up sum- mer sports. -l-fu 4 61' I G CLUB E E Top: Margaret A. Quinn, Patricia Caine. june Newman, Mary A, Halko, Marie Locigno. Margaret Bacha, Rita lolling, Mary A. Link, jean Farley. rllidillff Eleanor Varcho, Virginia Repas, Bernice Dorsey, Edna M. Franz, Bernice Navzynik, jacquelyn Holhen, -lean List, Bernice Valentine, Mary Sterk, julia Mlakar. I-'runr.' Ruth Hunt, Margaret frlwancik, Mary Sajovic, Marjorie Horst, Audrey Potechnie, Eleanor VVendt, Claire Raith, Nlary -l. l'rlvancic. v Top: Emily Yuhas, Helen Mulchrone, Mary Dempsey, Katherine joyce, Carol Orlikowski, Kathlyn ierrick, jo-Ann Kelly, Helen Maclvor, Eileen jones. Jlirlrilzx' Mary Lenore Eisenmann, Annette Smith, Eileen Lamlmden, Bernice Kaiser, Eleanor Lalwus, Dolores Salmetta, Betty Nunn. Bottom: Helen Bush, Mary ane Kemmerling, Dolores Nimlwerger, Helen l7eVall, Marie Hutman, Nlary Ann VVickes, Virginia Cadrah. Top: Mildred Kolosa, Theresa Simonski, Mary Ann Finn, Arlene -lanosek, Bernice Lukes, Dorothy Ficzner, Dorothy Russ, Nlarian Krejci. .llfJiUf.' Rita Pepoy, Nlarie Brice, Marilyn Mclionough, Eileen Alico, Theresa Holpuch, Evelyn Rehor, Anne jaslco, Carolyn Stecz, Doris Kresse. Bottom: Ann List, Vivian Muliolis, Arden Bench, Ilelen Moldovan, jacquelyn Olatta, Mary jane llassing, Mary Ann Cachat, Marjorie Miller. +7 Top: Eleanor Smitko, Mary Margaret Seger, June VVolfe, Margaret Zeitz, Mary Jane Kundmueller, Rosemary Yana, Pat Conway, Genevieve Repasky. Jliddlr: Margaret VVelier, Clare Ann Slick, Patricia Hal- loran, Jeanette Krent, Frances Dzik, Betty Twaragowski, Helen Mazovec. BoIt11m.' Mary Ann Paydlhauser, Jeanette Tomchak, Corine Leonard, Roseann Cinadr, Mary Louise Pezmoht, Peggy Schoepe, Eileen Prusinski. Top: Mary Carol Ganem, Dolores Bogovick, Mary Foit, Betty Ann Stasny, Mary Ann Sahol, Helen Laslo. Cfntfr: Lois Soika, Rita Pope, Mary Harcar, Frances Smith, Virginia Krakowski, Helen Talcott can Chernansky, Rosemary Mayer. L0"lUI'7',' Mary Ellen Archer, Geraldine Green, Gloria Allen, Geraldine Jacob sen, Mary Zalec, Eleanor Laczko, Ann Muran, Juliana Brindza, 3 Rear: Annette Smith, Isabel Jean List, Marie Hutman. 48 I THE A CAPPELLA Cuom Dajer, Clarice Bates. Front: Carol Orlikowski, Margaret Urhancik, Marie Locigno is .3 Brumaiir Qlluh 5 .Z3"5T ff an mm 'ff' f:lIRlS'I'NIXS SCENE lmff In Rigflzl: Cmrnie Luciano, 'l'lwrc-Na rin-del. llatrivia Dixon, Caroline illZllZll'lI'U. liramaiir Iflzrlf Ujfirrr.r.' -lc-:inns Fisher, junior prugrarn vhairmanl Mary A. Ryan prcyirlcntq Francef Xugcnr, fcniur prngrarn chairman: Anne Katrina. secretary. Junior, Sfif7lIlHII0l'l' ljflllllllfil' lfluff .lIrl11f11'r.v.' flop Rmyl Bernadette Blake, Iilcanur Lalwus, Eleanor Yarchn, Gloria lfrwiwcllzr, Pvggy 0'Connor. iMidaIlcl Margaret YVelwr-r, Duria Almml, Mary j. Kunclinucllcr, Mary A. Paydllrauwr, Mary J I.. lwrnoht, ,Ie-anne Fitrell, Nancy Curran, lVlercecles Karpinxki, Mary A. Halko. llTl'0l1l Ruwj Mary A. Cachat, Geraldine- liarunas, Marie llrouda, Rmeann Cinaxlr, kleanne M. Fisher, Carol Gulan, Sylvia :Mijn-alyy, Geraldine Baker, Fila-en Iarrrilulcn Siixiulz Nll,XII1liRS4lIf IIRXXIYIIC C11 is Trip linac: K. Berger. li. Y:1lL'1rIi1w,I.. Powell. S. Cutxaia. M, K. llawlLiI1s..AX. M, lfilrn. C'. Stu-arn. M. Sloan, li. Supan D. Cllarlry, M. ,-X. Quinn. Ifmrrl linac: R. Harrison, ,I. Ciurrnan, If. 'l'nih, A. Katrina, M. .L Ry an, lf. Nugent, l','Llt'I'l1Zlk'l1 C. lzrirlc-y. I.. Man-our. Af ,Af-ff ik .. i W - SYM , Af ' , W ix QE 1- f f '1 ' lv 11-Mm - 3 TL 14? ,, . 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Clara- Ifairley, I111 Yugem, livvlyn Kalman. lion liileen clI'1lLlilUl'lx, Mary AX l x 52 if -rw Gower Staff NIARY KAY FISHER, Isdilor-in-lfluef 4 KZIARE F.Aml.1iY, News Editor ' Enix NIUURE, Feature Editor K,x'ru1.max BERCER First Page Editor 533 ,,.., if F ' Luis ANN PUWELL Sefond P11 'e Editor l.n:uc:1a NI.xxsm'R if NIARGIE Boxxx Columnist Third Page Editor , 8 2 A P.x'rmClA Kn.Fm'l.H, Headline Editor DELURES Gli.-XNIJE Typing .lllllllltglff Rrlix GVNU Iillllffll Page Editor 52 Tuff lmjl: R. Hzxrrison, R. Phelps. li. NI. Franz. U. Sevvuk, A. I'utc-chlxic, V. Mnhily, M. Gallughrr, D. faux falfmf: C. Raith. P. Pmvc-rf, Nl. .-X. Owem, F. SIUZIVII. l. Burns, Il, Turzu, li. Scdmuk, T, l7'.fXgmtiI10. fan. may W Nl XRii.KRl'I Sl mx Xlxm' I'.l.mxmu kmu ll.-xxxh lil-.luarlmx NIMQY AN rx RIN mmm C0111 llllllStS Evlalxw K..xx1AN F1mNcES Top Lrf7.' F. Nujcnr. Ii. KIIIIIZIIX. V. XX'CiL'lf'l', M. Sloan. NI. A. 'I1I'iX'i5lDIl, M. E. Koch, sl. lie-rgerou. I.. NIZlIlN0llI'. A. Y L fihn. Sf'11l1'd.' 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"Scarecrow mlicluref Grande-J, "Tin Robot" qlrene Bama S O P H O M O R E we 4 5 -i igfufigggg X if wfvhii s lids' S, Y 1 ii We if? me 4 Class l'resiilem, Geraldine Baker, presiding V A L E N T I N E S 62 . . the class of '47 sets a precedent. Congratula- tions! .I UNIOR CLASS RING PARTY Eileen Lamlwden, '47 Class President, presides is Q X 5 N. 7 s i aw ia' gl ga, 7,2 -ff' XE ,Q f x Q E' i s iqglg is ab V sb Lois .-1 nn Powell tlmnks S E N I 0 R P R 0 ,B ki if QQ 5 V L 5 E Q .. w '4 i ,,' ? ., " Q 4 E 1 5 A K I - MIT, .21 ,3.,g2,? I N I f S A flaw HF' Q , 5 if 5 Y S 7: Q 5 J 2? 5 f 5 Q 'Q-XTZ. fv51H,f ? 3 55? Hug ' ,V-,gk f' X , Q Sf XX A wi 5? . ,AWE Q' In traditional ceremony. the Senior Class President, Loretta Vargo, gave the Juniors their Class Ring. Assisting in the ceremony were lleft to right. standing! Carol Callahan, Gwen Crowe, Rita Kestner, Eileen Kelly, Shirley Smith, Frances Nugent, ffl , 311, Bernice Wavzynik, lVlary Alice Owens, Rose lllarie Papp. lLeft to right, seated! Jacquelyn Ilolben, Janet Cornhofjf, Ruth Hunt, Loretta Vargo presenting ring to junior, lWary Jane Slowey, Isabel Dajer. llfargie Horst, Theresa Satozev. Juniors, Jeanne Fifrell lat left! and Jeanne Keefe lat right! advanee to receive their class ring. With the Dramatic Club . . . Lois Ann Powell as King Kreon, Dorothy Csarny as Antigone, and Mzlrgzlret Ann Quinn as Ismene 5 1G1r'gf'9l3EigE X mms K , f 7 4 ' ,iw I , .G . A If X I Q 1 L W xi lg. X is 2 . , sg , ,Q :-',' .,,. V 1. J Q , 5 A gf . .?1 w ' f lf ffi ?.mSM1Ql if g?w Qafgf W Q 5' 7 QE 3 07 '-' i 2 fi S 2 vs Vi 3 ' if Wi? 'L gg f Q "1:'f Q? If 1 f 5? 1 5 if 5 Q if 33 5' I 1 I E i FX 'E is Q I ..,. ....,A,. .,,., K A ' X KE qs? K vi Z M if T. , A A gg? -ww .LLM M af Ss1n.A..N,.,N s :QS Au' A fs-0' A1 Q W, A f x . 1 -Q . vm. .W I ' , , K. 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Bottom Lffl: Mary Ann XVickes, Mil- dred Szremlnelt, Frances Sum- rak, Jacquelyn -Iantonio, Delores Grande, Patricia Caine. s. ' 9 L4 I Illllllm gglllll :ff . 'N lllllll x me ie-12 W SENIOR KID DAY . . . ll few of the "charming children" Top I,1'ft.' -lnne New- man, Dorothy Sevcek, Helene Turxa, Edna lVIae Franz. Burton: Imft: Pat- ric Powers, Betty Perci- val, Ruth Phelps, Dolore- VVisniewski. NOTRE DAME BACKERS Social gathering offer Il regular Guild meeting fthe "real meetinguj illr. Anthony Harks, President, Kfore- gfroundi presiding nt Guild meeting. Out of camera focus were the other officers: Jlrs. Henry Diener, Vice President, fod- dressing the grouplg Hlr. Joseph Gordon. Trerisurerg zwrs. Clarence Bergeron, Recording Secretnryg and lVIrs. Joseph Blnho, Corresponding Secretory. lVho zcvouldrft smile with tWrs. H. Die- ner lupper right! at this fine turnout. one of seven such groups present for the Full Social Guild Card Party! The Fall Social co-chairmen, JWr. and fllrs. Domenic A. Talone lupper left! greet and direct guests The Guild CLASSES Seniors Juniors Sophomo F esh Part Three ALUMNAE SENIOR INDEX TBS PATRONS ' 5 E iii? 32323353252 . ' , TE - 1 Guard US ' 2 ass ou Halal-fefgi Fair- Inq Primer Vx N0-fre, Dame ouf Mons-er Tf ULe'vBl Y Y C I i 4 2553? M? iii wif? Your man-He, Hue, Keefj H5 m You E E 2 1 2 gg? ah fi md . Sm uma No-We 5 ai' f EE N -Tre Dame, Wel10V'3 Shfmed You in our v Bless us OLKHUUXIS' O Q-gh JH'-'E EY ai: i :rid Emi mmm ' ...X V' fix 1 ' f r Zlim 31911, ral" 3 1 . I 3 LI 74 64. . . All for the Honor and Glory of Uur Dear Loved Notre Dame . . The Class of 1946 The year was 19423 the date Sep- tember 8. The United States was plunged in the throes of a two-front war, and We became the Class of '46. VVe were a perfect description of freshmen. VVide-eyed, rather green, and a little timid, we slowly became acquainted with Notre Dame, and gladly adopted the school of Our Lady as our second home. September 8, I943, brought our sophomore year, and we accepted it with all the eagerness of 'fwise sophsf' We made our hrst public appearance in the senior high with our beautiful Cantata, HThe Minis- tering Christ." Our junior year called to us on September 8, 1944, and once more we readily responded. On lylarch 7, 1945, one hundred and fifty of us re- ceived our treasured class ring, and We knew then that We had been of- ficially accepted by Notre Dame. WVith joyful hearts We gazed upon the seal of our Alma lylater. And then the year Hnally rolled around. The United States had brought three and a half years of World VVar Il to a successful end just one month before we entered our senior year. With eager, yet re- gretful, hearts we anticipated june Z, 1946, the formal closing of our high school career. Yes, with heavy hearts we take our treasured diplomas, yet it is not with Hnality that We close the door to the ffdear happy school days," for we have "hid in our class rings" sweet memories of you, beloved Notre Dameg and, too, there's the Alumnae Association. The Class of 1947 ln one hundred and eighty-three hearts of the class of '47 will live fond memories of their junior year: X QN l 1 jX their first, promg the junior-senior banquet at which they graciously feted the class of '46, in Hotel Cleve- land, their first semester editing The Tofwer. Their ring ceremony, cul- minating in the Ring Dance, a new feature in the junior class party, re- mains without a doubt, their most beloved memory, for it was on that day that the members of the class of '47 became ofiicially recognized daughters of Our Lady, Notre Dame. The day: February 6, 1946. We graduates know that we are leaving our school in the possession of capable successors, who have characterized themselves by out- standing loyalty to our school, coupled with initiative, a fine spirit of co-operation and determination to succeed in upholding the principles and the high ideals of Notre Dame. The Class of 1948 HThe more the merrier" proves to be a very true saying when applied to the sophomore class, numbering two hundred and forty-six members. A merry group they are indeed, full of laughter, ambition, and a proper mixture of seriousness. They hold their own easily in any scholas- tic, social or athletic contest, most especially in the latter, since they have been a real challenge to upper classes. ' The second floor-sophomore par- adise-is especially privileged, hav- ing this group of fine sodalists in the vicinity of the Chapel, where numer- ous "pop" calls are made and prayers offered for us less privileged students on the first floor. VVe are looking for big things from the class of 1948! The Class of 1949 The "Forty-niners" have won our hearts! A studious little crowd of some two hun- dred freshmen, they have proved to the world and to Notre Dame in particular that they mean business and intend to succeed in their new venture. The future looms bright for our youngest sisters, and any news of their successes that will come to us in after years will most surely cause us to say, 'fVVe told you sol" The Alumnae Loyal, true, filled with the spirit of Notre Dame, our graduates of years gone by are a real inspiration to us all. Every Alumnae function, whether it be a day of recollection, a baby day display, or a spring formal dance, brings them out in large num- bers, proving their continued inter- estedness in all things Notre Dame. We who are now joining the ranks of the Alumnae of Notre Dame know and appreciate the fact that we shall glean high inspiration from their fine and loyal adherence to our Alma Nlater. 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Sweei' mem- ries in my clear Class Rinclg -5 P .DIFVH LBJ Wi you fill wiH, ioy, Ulafh icy my heart 113 tatistical Sophomores if HENIiIl'.'I"lA HliN'lkENl-XXX, Se4'rvtary l,lERXl.llINli lhklau, Pnnwirlwzt lstundingl 'l'1!1am-M Fkllilllil, Trezzszzwr I i , gl' l fl an - -' Ro-ra-te cae-li de-su-per, et nu-bas plu-ant jus-tum. "Drop down dew. ye lzenvens, from above, and let the clouds rain the jus! Une" from "G1'eLfori:1ll clllllllfnl llrmwvumm 20+-Top: l52lI'l7ZlI'll lplczko, Agnes ZZlllCl1Zl, Mary Ann Sulml, l':1trici:x Pusek, Vivian Muliolla, Alice llccldermzxn Dorothy l'lllIIOHlij', Harriet llfl'Zl5t'lx. .lliJLllw.' Gloria FI'llNl'l'.'llI1, Frnncex Grudecki. -Iklflllllt' lknlaemlly, Loi, Nlue Surll, Loui lxeyun, Mary lille-n .'Xrrher. flllI'l5IlfN' XYil1Dc-lx. l'1I'UIlf.' Gertrucle Downie, Ellen llllI't'f', Betty 'l1XYZll'flg0VV5lxl, Dolorex juri I velyll Rehor, lhcreszz Smolko. 5 216' Aw 'vu' vw ., Q- S 'X-. , ' K " fx , Q 1-sv 'rs Qs' 1 - A L... , F9 X . ., --+ :sr 5' - - k -4 - , ff, km 1 X .Q 4. . A 4 - A. .,f I L: K' L H1'Xll"RUHNl 2111-fwfr iurrnm- I.t'1!ll11I'd. Rim XIVIUV, Run kllhlll, imrzlldlnc Hzlmxmznx, lherc-5:1 HVCIIIIZIII, .Xml ,lumen wrix Almuni. .1lfLl.llr.' Rim l'upm-, 'l1llL'l'L'NZl SilIl0llNLi. C':1rul iiZlIll'lll, Nun KL'IlIll'ilj, Holly U'Nlulley, Nancy Ann Zium. 'I'lwrc-:1 HZII'IlIllx, l"rn11l.' Marilyn l,K'llI'NUll, Dmwsilly Turk, Ritz: l7vc-rv, Niilfiljl! 'I'l1un1pwn, Clzxixw' Rlllll'ht'j'. .'xl'dCIl lic-uvk. llrwxil-Qkmvxl 24I1fTf1f1: xllllilllllll' Kirby llulurv- Szlxruinik, Iilfillllll' Smitku, RUNL'IllIII'j Yana, Nlilcircld XYuj1'izlk, I'1I'llIN'k' Iluluglx, ,Xlire Kzlmfur, l':1rulm- ,lm-rm Yulnmltzl. .llIJ.ffr'.' l3nlul'w Rlljllhlllli, Ru-e XIIIVX Ihrun, fQt'I'1llliiIlC' fiI'f'i'Il, Nlurinn Krc'jL'i IXJIQIVQXII 5ll'tlillx1l, l'Lltr11'1:1 Ilrlllurzlll, Ruin l,ux'v, lllldzl xIIt'lll!Nt':l. I-Arulzf: I,llXl'IAIlt' IWIIHIIVN, QXIHI Nlnrxr l'vl'lw, Luis Nuku l"ll1'in'i:1 Nunn, liernicv lfxzl, Ilnrix Krefw. Stella Nla'I.:lughli1l, LA Ag .nn A 4 ...... L lltlkllikllflhi 2054Top: llarriet Britton, Agnes Kentlvirrski, Donna Catfnino. Mary M. Seger, 'loan llagan, Theresa jacolvs, l'atrit'ia Kramer, -ltine NVolfe, Kathleen Ritchie, Yeroniva iXx'set', Roth Dunn. .llitltllwf Iloris Steiner, llelen Kalapos, Patrieia Forster, .-Xnn Cosina, Alice Bates, Agnes Mt'l'orinack, Margaret llennessey, Marilyn Pylick, Kathleen Molwily, ,lean XVeilwle. l'iI'UIIf.' Marcella Sylvestro, Mary A. Siriollw, Dolores Xeittcrelg, Eleanor I,at'zko, Mary A. Sarka, Marilyn Carter, .lean Gall, Eleanor Zimperrnan, Patricia Dixon. llfmxttllkvrm ZHZ-Twp: Marie I.a-ahey. Dolores Pike, Margaret llorner, Betty Ann Stasny, Marilyn linehner, Mary .Xnn Markovich, Mary Zalee, Mary Ann Leonard, Rita Kolovich, Alliina Botson. l'il'HlIf.' Mary Frm-ese, -ltilianne Macsinger, lileai Zeleny, Mary Foit, Gloria Miozzi, Dorothy Rl1Ss, Dolores Knaggs, Ann English. Tuff Rims: Geraldine Garter, Kathleen Connelly, ,lane Schmitt, joan Tonsingr, -lean Chernansky, Clare Ann Sliek, Dorothy Hodgson, Geraldine 'Iiaton, Margaret jackson. Eileen .-Xlico. Frunl Rufux' Dorothy Kuretz, Margaret Caine, Alice Varga, .loan Cireenshielcls, Connie Luciano, Ann Moran, Marie lirire, Doris Harrison, Margaret ,larnx'ics. an 17 'nv sv. 4, W, 51. , as 4 it ,M .Q - 0 lx!! , Q ,N .qw ws.. f, nf' 'QF 5' 'W M , f -A rw '3 l RA f'Y .. -.4 A f -, -A W , ,K - - K Mx -. l .. l 41. A I l.. .l .3 A 4 lloMERooM 2of,-7v,p.- Iileanor Rap:-r, -loan Frank, Mary Coco, Alive Kalweit, lilizztluetlt Sifku, Frances llzik, Vlcttttcttv omchak. Frarzf: Margaret Steinocher, Ann XVoocl-. Tillie Smith, llolurtw Brow. RUM'Il1lII'5' xllljff- Top: Margaret Zeitv, Phyllis Haicln, Glc-nclora Cahill, Mary Ann Finn. Rita Hratly. Marita Heat, iieralclinc Snalvl. Marilyn Dolanvc, Mary Agnes Sic-mer. ,llititllrf Mary jane Cas-idy, Henrietta llentemann, juclith Livingaton, Cie-ralclitte Baker. Violet Csokrnay, Mary Ann Paycllhauser, Dork Gluvna, Geraldine jacob-ext. Ann Satattsk. Front: Madrlcinc Uliyer, joyvff Turk, lXTary jane Kiratein, Nluriel Mooney, l'atrit'ia Roche, Yolanda Nero, Gizella Szokc. I'loMERooM ZII9--Tuff: Marilyn Cavanuttgh, Bernice Olexa, jc-anette Krc-nt. Mildred Kolosa, Peggy Schoc-pe, llela-n Lztxlo, olorew -lanovich, Cath:-rinc llivkernell, Ann lircnnan. .1li.idff,' Mary Ellen Straub, Joanne Vickera, Dorothy Ray, Clare limley, Carol Moran. Mildred liztlukas, Margaret VVelier. lean Granzeier. Fruzzfi Caroline Talarico, Marglaret Kee-hn, Beatrice Nm ala, LL 4 A Miltlretl Cunat, Giza-lla Zclsnka, lrcne Mctlvsfky, Nancy Curran. .3 L l Q Sir it l . . . A h - 9 ent - . lulaim' Uftrouwkx, lilainc Vert-N. Suyanni- S lean Verpar. IIS Ta. Wa, llUMliROf7X'1 203-Tap' Dorix Kraft 'Xnna Mac Cont ax liunit: I . . , . . v 1' -- .ukeN, -lean Dierxen, liileen jones, Theresa Ifriedel, Nlary .lane Kunclrnucller, Gloria Allen Nlarx Grifhn liettv Nl ' l li l " ' ' , . i A , - . mia, ariara lxirineic. .lliilillrf Louise l't-raoney, .-Xnn Liat, ,Iuliana lirindza, Marie llroucla, Dorothy lficzner. Betty Fleming, liileen Prtifimki, Elaine Sullivan, Rowann finaclr, lileanor Forman. Patricia Rylvicki, Amelia Calalirew, Susan 'l'okart'ik. Profil: Margaret YandeNlotter, Catherine Donovan, Claire tffonnor, Dolurex Hogovich, Mary llarcar, Rita Monhart, Patrivia' llarriaon. Eileen Bulger, Mary Ann Gliha. .,. -.W SlH'lIUX1DRl" 19411 Fl L' FP . . , , 1 , iiuarnit' .rXnsi5x'i'iai4,s-Twp Roar: Dorothy Paxlin, Grace Parrino, Marv Dimlia M Mar' Ce- ' " " A ' ' H , ary l,. Pt'lIllUhl. ie mein, vlulia bfalwo, lhtiua llainak l'llen XX elclon 'rf " . , , . I' 1111: lzileen llanratty, Dorothy Maslerxon, ,lune XVartl. Nlarvia Ri:-harilxon, ,leanette Hartak, joan Sturvnirkel. Margaret fonnellv Dolore " ' F '- ' -, - Pink, l,x:lyn Mrarnor. 2 1 fu i I-. G N.,-f 'fn' 2 Q.. 'ff Y?" 1-Q' l'lRl"QIIHliX xhliil-fN'lililiS Duzixfg l7I,L' Iii-ini-xiic-7'up Rims: Florenm- Koviara. Dolorex Parent. Patrivia Gert-, Geitcviexe nonfif. Rtbsflllflfi' lrhlartinim l"rurzI' Nlarx Kivulvt- fx' in Worntrl i ' ' pittler , , The u49'ers', A W .VJ ff-w -We cK,fAV K lI,eft to rightl Mary Brennan, Srrrflrzryi kleanne Roma, l"1'w.rll- 'Q man Clan l'rf.rIllrnI,' Dorothy U'lirien, Trr'r1.v1n'fr. , s A , C 0.5 f y We f N 5" were Q I 0 ' , of Holubkfxm 301-lfurk: Urfula Sandro, Rose Adamcik, Mary Corrigan, Mary Ann liatok, Mary jane Stntzman, Mary Brennan, Mary jakaetich, Ann Marie Sever. Milllllw Mildred Lynch, La Verne Friedel, Dorothy Stark, Dolores Perusek, Dorothv Nemeth, Margaret Humphrey, Coletta Finnegan, Dorothy Kelly. Front: Emily Holowaty, Dorothy Krejsa, Ann Trankita, Gloria Lick, Dolores Gervase, Carole Zweitlinger, Betty Ostanek. 119 Yi? af is oan Kowittkc Ann Marie Spixak, " Nlarilyn Lioggin, Ulga 'l'c-ltau-C, l'atrit'ia Mark. -loan Ogle, -I 1 , ' ' Ritt Grave Rukoczv, Lillian Kochia. lloy1i1Rooy1 ill!-lup: . . . Pauline Bc-autlry. .lliiiillfx Ann 1.1-aheyg livanggelinc Guluanitw, Dorothy jam: lolante, Mary , - Dolorea lllalwsc, Birdie- Kivkvl. l'il'0llf,' -loanna Muhlv, Philoinn-na Minnili, Margery' Sirl, Marjorie Martin, Ann Kovar, gloss-phine Piro. llomrgkoom 304-'I'np.' jr-an Ze-lr, Doris Luiza, Mary Tomawin, Ellen Brennan, Rita Dacek, Dorothy' janoviak, Mary lill7lllNVNlxH, Janice Schrnicllin. I'ifUIIf.' Christine Filiskv. Bernice Vere-s. Alive Cocko. Irene VVzilter, Dolores Rc-jkowyl-ci, Sally Dreiling, Mary Louise Mantlik. . ,. 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Twp: l-'l411'--l1w+- K:-mlxim-xwlxi, ,Iuzln l.:l1'l1zn11w-. llznrlfzxru Hzllyus, l'znrwh- l:4'Y'IIHl, Yiluilxizl liwlwln-v, Ilvlrmllly Lify. ,llfflfilf 12:1r!1:11'zz Ixrlxznllvlx, 42m':lInli11w llmxzllxlvv. Imrir 4ImM1'ivk, Blzlry Slnfkzls, llvlty Hluluih, lsulwll Slxzxrplz-5. lfrmrlj I-'l'zxx14-ww Nlzxllirm lh-:ll1'iw- Humi. ICI1-xnnul' Num. Yixizxn Alillfll, Ilnrwlhy Kirk, .lvzxn VIVIUIINIIS, AQ.. k , . , . M , , x .W --V ... . 5 , -. 0 oy ,.- .,.,'f ,. -'ew V.,g .ia Vina A Q M.. -4 -vp' B- .M- mi 5 S5 Y 2 ! M E 1 flee' Q If if X Q X 9 , 5 ,.f.i f3 Q 4 ,Y ,, 1 Qi? i 1 , . . N v n ,L Li -Z . I , Q K, K y . V ' fx' ' ' ka +int A as N Kg, xg Y W R, V . M r , X vw' f J QQ M, 'xiff Q5 - m, q egS p:i' f,1?vV Qgiigisf-Z ,,. I 5 V Y sg' M . 1 , H , an , T4 AR Q N Wx . 'VA 4 Y' we mg. ,N lnyliimi 'W Q Bernice Abood 2533 Euclid Heights Blvd., Cleveland Heights 1241 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 4: Tower Memories Business Staff: Senior Class Play. Elizabeth Agresta 2078 Lander Rd., Mayfield Heights Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 4: Head of Baseball 43 Student Council 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Prom Committee. Josephine Alfonso, P.N.D. 1325 Ansel Rd. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Social Life Committee Representative 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Tower: Circula- tion Manager. Margaret Bacha 12017 Griffing Ave. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Social Life Committee Representative 4: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Senior Class Play. Joan Ballish 3312 East 137th st. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Junior Class Party Committee: Sophomore Cantata. Helen Bardar 10809 Prince Ave. 151 Sodality 3, 4: Athletic Asso- ciation 3, 4. Clarice Bates 3013 Lucerne Rd., Parma 191 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- scciation 1, 2: Student Council 1, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: A Cap- pella Choir 4. Marjorie Bendick 9105 Morris Ave. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Tower Mem- ories Business Sta5. Evelyn Bene 2807 East 117th st. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- scciation 1, 2, 3, 4. Kathleen Berger 5713 Parkland Dr., Parma 191 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Literature Committee Representative 4: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 4: Student Coun- cil 1: Tower Staff: Page Editor. E IOR I DEX Jeanne Bergeron 11402 Cedar Rd., Cleveland Heights Sodality 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Athletic Association 2, 3: Student Council 4: Glee Club 3: Junior Guild: Record- ing Secretary 3: Tower Staff: Tower Memories: Associate Edi- tor: Quill 8: Scroll Society 4: Tower Memories Queen's Court 3, 4. Mary Lou Blackburn 12714 Maplerow Ave., Garfield Heights 151 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Niewland Science Club 3. Virginia Blaha 3690 Normandy Rd., Shaker Heights 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Junior Guild: Corre- sponding Secretary 3: Tower Memories: Business Manager: 1945 Tower Memories Queen 3: 1946 Tower Memories Queen's Maid of Honor. Irene Boros 3276 East 137th St. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Representative 1: Tower Stal Margie Bova 680 East 99th St. 181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Tower: Page Editor: Prom Queen 4: Thespian Society 4: Senior Class Play: National Honor Society. Patricia Bubsey 4518 East Blvd. 151 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3: Senior Class Play. Margie Cahill 1513 Sherllronk Rd., South Euclid 1211 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Junior Guild 2, 3: Tower Staff: Class Play Production Staif. Patricia Caine 1233 East 86th St. 181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3: Glee Club 4: Tower Memories: Business Staff. Carol Callahan 1867 Crawford Rd. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Publicity Committee 2: Bowling Team 4: Tower Memories: Art Staff. Patricia Carson 1778 East 47th st. 131 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Second As- sistant 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Student Council 1, 3, 4: Class President 3: Masque and Gavel 4: National Honor Society. Helen Chapek, P.N.D. 1325 Ansel Rd. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Joined Class in January, 1946. Janet Cornhoff 1418 East 95th st. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Prom Committee 4: Apostolic Committee Repre- sentative 4. Rosemarie Cosma 9609 Kirkwood Ave. 121 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 4. Marian Coughlin, P.N.D. 1325 Ansel Rd. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3. Martha Cowan 4117 Denison Ave. 191 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Tower Memories: Editorial Staff. Eileen Craddock 2321 Fuller Ave. 141 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- scciation 1, 2, 3, 4: Niewland Science Club 3: Tower Mem- ories: Editorial Staff: Thespian Society 4: Senior Class Play. Gwen Crowe 1261 Parkwood Dr. 181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Dorothy Csarny 2919 East 130th St. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Student Council 1, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Tower Staif: Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Niewland Science Club 3. Virginia Csizmadia 2776 East 124th st. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Apostolic Representative 4. Sadie Cuttaia 3470 East 142nd St. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2: Dramatic Club 3: Tower Memories Business Staff: Senior Class Play. Teresa D'Agostino 1983 East 121st St. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Art Staff. Isabel Dajer 6803 Edna Ave. 131 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Eucharistic- Our Lady's Committee Repre- sentative 4: A Cappella Choir 4. Margaret Dattilo 3368 Kildare Rd. 1181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Clare Dembinski 4134 East 64th st. 151 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Tower Mem- ories Editorial Staff. Ruth Dolan 18300 Neff Rd. 1191 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Lead- ers Club 2: Library Committee 2: Niewland Science Club: Sec- retary 3. Colleen Donovan 13505 Rugby Rd. 1101 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Literature Committee 4: Athletic Associa- tion 1, 4: Glee Club 1, 4: A Cappella Choir 4: Tower Mem- ories Business Staff. Patricia Drake 1359 East 114th St. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Publicity Committee 2: Showboat Produc- tion 2: Junior Class Party Com- mittee. Lillian Eckert 1202 East 84th St. 131 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 4: Student Council 3: Glee Club 1. Rita English 474 East 109th St. 181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3. 42 Treasurer 4: Senior Class Play. Clare Fairley 9214 Rosalind Ave. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: Glee Club 1: Thespian Society 4: Tower Staff: News Editor! Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Masque and Gavel Society 4: Senicr Class Play. Evelyn Farkas 10410 Lamontier Ave. 145 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3: Sky Club 3. Anna Marie Fihn 3330, West 105th St. 1115 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2: Student Council 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Tower Staff: Quill 8: Scroll Society 4, Joan Fink R. R. No. 2, Chardon, Ohio Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Tower Memories: Art Editor. Mary Kay Fisher 1365 East 94th St. 165 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3: Student Council 3. 4: Class Representative 3: Tower: Editor: Science Club 3: Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Quill 8: Scroll Society 4: Class Play Production Staff. Edna Mae Franz 1537 East 122nd St. 165 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 4: Library Committee: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Business Staff. Virginia Gaffney 2158 Cottage Grove Dr. 1185 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: President 4: Student Council 2, 3. Irene Gall 2516 East 82nd St. 145 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4, Vice President 4: Class Treasurer 3: National Honor Society. Mary Gallagher, P.N.D. 1325 Ansel Rd. 165 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Eucharistic- Our Lady's Committee Repre- sentative 2, 4: Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4: Tower Business Staff. Mary Gilmore 1407 East 85th St. 165 Sodality 2, 3, 4, Publicity Head 3: Student Council 4, Treasurer 4: Tower Memories Business Staff: Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2: Mission Representa- tive 2. Lena Giordano 1953 East 123rd St. 165 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 3: Tower Staff: Tower Mem- ories Business Staff. SENIOR I DEX Joan Gorman 9422 Hilgert Dr. 145 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Student Council 1, 3: Tower Memories Business StaH. Delores Grande 1656 East 93rd St. 165 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Library Committee 1, 2, 3, 4: Tower: Typing Man- ager: Tower Memories Business Staff: Tower Memories Queen 4: Class Play Production Staff. Jean Gregory 685 East 101st St. 185 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2: Student Council 3, 4: Homeroom Representative 4: Senior Class Play: Prom Com- mittee. Rita Gund 1642 Ryddlmdunt Rd. 1185 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Tower: Page Editor: Tower Memories Art Staff: Quill 8: Scroll Society. Rosemary Harrison 470 East 109th st. 185 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4, President 4 : Tower Staff : Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Masque K: Gavel Society 4. Mary Hawkins 13600 Rugby Rd. 1105 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Student Council 3, 4: Leaders Club 3: Senior Class Play. Margaret Herbst 3457 East 108th st. 445 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Prom Com- mittee. Margaret Hoffman 5911 st. Clair Ave. 135 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1. Jacquelyn Holben 3970 Orchard Rd. 1215 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2: Student Council 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Guild Representative 3: Euchar- istic--Our Lady's Committee Representative 4. Marjorie Horst 1516 East 106th st. 165 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2: Glee Club 1, 3, 4. Ruth Hunt 1002 Pembrook Rd. 1215 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Library Committee 1, 2. Marie Hutman 5009 Behrwald Ave. 195 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Social Life Committee Representative 4. Rosemary Jacobs, P.N.D. 1325 Ansel Rd. 165 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Promoters Commit- tee. Jacquelyn Jantonio 3848 Glenwood Rd. 1215 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3: Tower Mem- ories Business Staff. Christine Jelinek 10112 Mt. Auburn Ave. 145 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Tower Memories Art Staff. Rose Juratovec 468 Eddy Rd. Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3: Whirlo Club: Tower Staff. Evelyn Kaman 11721 Continental Ave. 1205 Sodality 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Student Council 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Thespian Society 4: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Business Staff: Masque and Gavel Society 4. Anne Katona 3029 Woodhill Rd. 445 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Dramatic Club Secretary 3, 4: Thespian So- ciety: Tower Memories Business Staff: Social Life Committee Representative 3, 4: Glee Club 3: Senior Class Play. Mary Jane Keane 999 East 67th St. 135 Sodality 2, 3, 4. Catherine Kehner, P.N.D. 1325 Ansel Rd. 165 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Pro- moters Committee 2, 3, 4. Eileen Kelly 1115 East 111th St. 185 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Student Council 3: Glee Club 2: National Honor Society. Peggy Kelly 1683 East 86th St. 165 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Tower Memories Edi- torial Staff. Rita Kestner S010 Platt Ave. 445 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Tower Memories Editorial Staff. Valeria Khol 14000 Southview Ave. 1205 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation: Promoters Committee. Patricia Kilfoyle 1254 East 87th st. 185 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Tower: Headline Editor: Tower Memories Editorial Staif: Class Treasurer 1: Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2: Niewland Science Cluh 3. Josephine Kivach 1378 East 89th St. 165 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3, 4. Mildred Klucho 9803 Sophia Ave. 145 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3, 4: Social Life Committee Representative: Dra- matic Club 4: Student Council 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 3. Mary Eleanora Koch 1275 East 115th St. 185 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Thespian Society 4: Sen- ior Class Play. Ruth Koch 1266 East 101st St. 185 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Tower Memories Business Staff. Claire Kolovich S74 East 236th st. 1235 Sodality 2, 3, 4 : Student Council 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Tower Memories Business Staff. Dolores Lassa Novelty, Ohio Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2: Student Council 4: Homeroom Representative 4. , 125 2 Patricia Liederbach 3699 Berkeley Rd. 1181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3: Baseball Head 3: Dramatic Club 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Eucharistic-Our Lady's Com- mittee Representative 3: Litera- ture Committee 43 Chairman, Library Committee 3: Promoters Secretary 4: Class Play Produc- tion Staff: National Honor Society. Mary Ann Link 4409 Prasse Rd. 1211 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3: Student Council 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Tower Memories Business Staff: May Queen. .lean List 6607 Farnsworth Dr. 195 Sodality 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 4: Glee Club IS, 4: A Cap- pella Choir 4: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Business Staff: Prom Committee. Marie McCat'fery 1210 Clark Ave. 113i Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Tower Memories Business Staff: Mission Representative 4: Thespian Society 4: Senior Class Play: Sky Club 2: Niewland Science Club 3. Remember . . 6 SENIOR I DEX Genevieve McGinnis 676 East 109th st. 183 Sodality 2, 3, 4: First Assis- tant 4: Mission Head 4: Euchar- istic-Our Lady Head 3: Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 4: Masque and Gavel Society 4: National Honor Society. Rita Ann McNally 15603 Stockbridge Rd. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3: Student Coun- cil 1: Tower Memories Art Staff. Lorice Mansour 1467 Cohassett Ave. 173 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Student Council 3, 4: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Editorial Staff. Phyllis Mazurowski 7207 1Vorley Ave. 151 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Tower Mem- ories Business Staff. Catherine Melago 2857 East 98th st. 145 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Junior Guild Representative 3. Jean Mitchell 4067 East 123rd St. 153 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1: Student Council 1, 4: Class Representative 1: Glee Club 1. Vonna Mobily 3646 I-lildana Rd. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 4: Dramatic Club 3: Stu- dent Council 1, 2, 3: Class Pres- ident 1: Glee Club 1: Tower Staff: Leaders Club: Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Senior Class Play. Helen Moldovan 1226 West 65th Sf. 125 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4. Ellen Moore 1254 East 84th St. 139 Sodality 3, 4: Student Council 3: Glee Club 3: Tower: Fea- ture Editor: Tower Memories Editorial Staff. Rita Muchitsch 13818 Chautauqua Ave. 1105 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1. 2. June Newman 1294 Iroquois Ave. 1217 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Niewland Science Club: Tower Memories Editorial Staff. Dolores Novak 4189 East 144th sr. 153 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3: Student Coun- cil 1: Glee Club 1, 2: Tower Memories Editorial Staff. Frances Nugent 10825 East Blvd. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4, Vice President 4: Student Council 3, 4: Class Sec- retary 4: Thespian Society 4: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Senior Class Play: National Honor Society. Betty Nunn 3550 Menlo Rd. 120i Sodality 2, 3, 4: Representa- tive Poster Publicity Committee 4: Athletic Association 2, 3: Student Council 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. .llary Alice Ryan! Jacqueline Olatta 15415 Ridpath Ave. 1101 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Glee Club 4: As- sociate Representative 4: Na- tional Honor Society. Leatrice Oliver 8025 Cedar Ave. 131 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Cantata: Tower Memories Busi- ness Staff. Margaret O'Malley 1331 East 93rd st. 161 L Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 : Tower Memories Business Staif. Virginia 0'Rourke 2159 Fairhill Rd. 401 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Library Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4. Mary Alice Owens ss7 East 130th st. 181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 4: Student Council 4: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Class Play Production Staff. Rose Marie Papp 2904 East 112th st. 441 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Glee Club 4. Rita Pepoy 2986 East 126th st. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Whirlo Head 2, 3: Special Events Head 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Betty Percival 3156 East 137th St. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Junior Guild Committee 2. Loyola Perl, P.N.D. 1325 Ansel Rd. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 42 Glee Club 2 3 Ruth Phelps 607 East 109th St. 181 Sodality 3, 4: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Business Staif. Lois Plechaty 3459 East 55th St. 141 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4. IOR I DEX Audrey Potechnic 7514 Star Ave. 141 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Niew- land Science Club: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Tower Memories Queen's Court 4: Class Play Production Staif. Lois Ann Powell 3179 West 114th St. 1111 Sodality 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Tower: Page Editor: Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Class Play Production Staff. Patricia Powers 1259 East 89th St. 181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1: Student Council 1: Tower Staff. Mary .lane Prechtl 15320 Huntmere Ave. 1101 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Badminton Head 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Leaders Club: Tower Memories Queen's Court 4: Class Play Production Staff. Margaret Ann Quinn 1238 East 87th st. 181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2: Dramatic Club 2, 4: Glee Club 3, 4. Helen Rabatin 2159 Wascana Ave. 171 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2. Clare Raith 3557 Pennington Rd. 1201 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3: Student Coun- cil 1. 2, 3, 4: Class Treasurer 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Tower Staff: Class Play Production Staff: National Honor Society. Geraldine Resley, P.N.D. 1325 Ansel Rd. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4. Rita Rolling 1227 East 145th St. 1121 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1: Student Council 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Tower Mem- ories Business Staff. Mary Alice Ryan 2925 Torrington Rd. 1221 Sodality 2, 3, 4, Publicity Head 3: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Head 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 Student Council 1, 4, Presi- dent 1: Senior Homeroom Rep- resentative: Tower Memories Queen's Court 4: Thespian So- ciety 4: Prom Committee: Sen- ior Class Play: National Honor Society. Sffif , 1 - fit New-mozvn hay memories! Alice Rybicki 1810 Cypress Ave. 191 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council44: Senior Class Play. Mary Sajovic 1003 East 66th St. 131 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4. Mae Sansone 2542 East 19th st. 1131 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3: Tower Memories Editorial Staff. Theresa Satow 6185 Canterbury Dr. 191 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Apostolic Committee Repre- sentative 4 : Tower Memories Art Staff. Joan Schmitz 17221 Ernadale Ave. 1111 Sodality 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Prefect 4: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3: Student Council 1, 2: Class Secretary 1: Class Presi- dent 2: Glee Club 1: Tower Staff: Masque and Gavel Society 4: National Honor Society. Elaine Sedmak 2660 East Blvd. 141 Sodality 3, 4: Athletic Asso- ciation 3: Student Council 4: Glee Cl11b 3: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Editorial Staff. Dorothy Sevcek 1636 Grace Ave. 171 Sodality 2, 3, 4 : Student Council 2, 3 4: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Business Staff. Margaret Sloan 11308 St. Clair Ave. 181 Sodality 3, 4: Athletic Asso- ciation 4: Dramatic Club 4: Ttwer Staff: Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Senior Class Play. Shirley Smith 10803 Lake Ave. 121 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Student Council Secretary 1 3 Class Treasurer 4. Angela Smolik 4153 East 116th st. 151 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Tower Memories Art Staif. Frances Somrak 866 East 141st St. 1101 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Senior Class Party Committee. Catherine Stearn 1219 East 86th sf. 181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 25: Dramatic Club 4: Thespian Society 4: Li- brary Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4: Tower Memories Editorial Staff: Senior Class Play. Bernadette Supan 7807 Union Ave. 151 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2. 33, 4: Glee Club 1. 2: Senior Class Play. Esther Svetek 478 East l52nd St. 1101 Sodality 2, 3, 41 Tower Mem- ories Queen's Court 4. Janet Sweeny 2509 Queenston 1181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3: Student Council 3, 4: Niewland Science Club 33 Tower Memories : Editor-in- Chief: Quill and Scroll Society 4: National Honor Society. Mildred Szrembek 6922 Indiana Ave. 151 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2: Publicity Repre- sentative 4: Tower Memories Business Staif. Frances Toth 9403 Anderson Ave. 151 Sodality 2, 2, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1: Glee Club 1: Tower Memories Edi- torial Staif: Senior Class Play: Niewland Science Club 3. Retreat or Invasion? . . SE IDR I DEX Mary Anne Trivison 1097 Greyton Rd. 1121 Sndillity 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 4: Student Coun- cil 2: Tower Staif: Tower Mem- ories Editorial Staff. Helen Turza 1678 Elbur Ave. 171 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2, 33 Glee Club 2, :ig Niewland Science Club 3: Tower Staff: Tower Memories Editorial Staff. Agnes Ullman 1820 Stanwood Rd. 1121 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, Zi: Apostolic Commit- tee Representative 4: Senior Class Play. Mary .lean Urbancic 12305 Farringdon Ave. 151 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3 4: Student Council 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Class Representative 1, 2 : Tower Staff: Tower Memories Art Staff. Margaret Urbancik 2124 West 19th St. 1131 Sodality 2. 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Bernice Valentine 3838 Montevista Rd. 1211 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3: Student Coun- eil 1, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Committee 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4. Loretta Vargo 9508 Manor Ave. 141 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Treas- urer 1: Secretary 2, ZS: Presi- dent 4: Glee Club 2: Masque and Gavel Society 4: Class Play Production Staff: National Hon- or Society. Rita Vargo 2016 West 83rd St. 121 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3. Dorothy Wank 3438 East Blvd. 141 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Glee Club 1, 2. 4: Leaders Club 1, 2, 25. Bernice VVavzynik S114 Korman Ave. 131 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation 2: Student Council 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Tower Mem- ories Business Staff. Virginia Weigler, l'.N.D. 1325 Ansel Rd. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Tower Staff: Circulation Man- aprer. Eleanor WVendt 2057 East 93rd St. 161 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- suciation 2: Glee Club 4. Mary Ann 1Vickes 3176 Washington Blvd. 1181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Mission Rep- resentative 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Tower Memories Business Staff: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3: Tower Memories Queen's Court 4. l Dolores 1Visniewski 1174 East 85th Sn. 181 Sodality 2, 3, 4: Athletic As- sociation l: Student Council -1. Patsy Wright 1483 East 105th St. 161 Student Council 4: Tower Memories Art Staff: Prom Com- mittee. 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Bess and Press Hruby Conservatory of Music Superior, Euclid Hurgay's Grocery 9820 Elwell Ave. Hyrmers' Bakery 4938 Payne Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Blaise L. lacofano 2034 East 125th St. Imperial Beverage Co. 6810 Wade Park Ave. Italian Drug Co. Importers and Manufacturers 12112 Mayfield Rd. jack's jewelry Co. 9803 Euclid Ave.-RA. 6878 jahn I: Ollier Engraving Co. Chicago 7, lllinois Mr. and Mrs, S. A. jakab 1 1713 Buckeye Rd. john j. jaksa 11904 Buckeye Rd. joe's Place Memphis, Tennessee Mr. Harry joseph 5809 Curtis Mr. and Mrs. L. joseph 1737 East 55th St. john Carroll University University Heights, Ohio jelercic Floral Shop 15302 Waterloo Rd. judy's Confectionery 1409 East 120th St. Kalal's Optical Service 5747 Broadway Kapina's Cafe 481 East 152nd St.-CE. 3328 Kappus Drug Store Superior Ave. and East 1 15th St. Karg Printing CO. 9002 Madison Ave.-WO. 21 13 Kargar's Bakery 9022 Superior Ave. Kasson Cr Co. 2639 West 25th St. Katy's Kozy Korner 7803 Aetna D. W. Kelly Moving Co. 1765 East 89th St. Lota Kelly's Sportswear 16614 Kinsman Rd. Shaker Heights, Ohio E. W. Kewitz Ferro Machine C1 Foundry Co. Elsie Kirchner, Florist 10520 Carnegie Ave.-CE, 5700 Kirchner's Flowers, Inc. 6701 Quincy Walter Klopotowski Grocery and Meats 6901 St. Clair joseph Klucho Fresh Meats and Groceries 9803 Sophia Ave. Koller Bros. 724 Prospect Ave. M. W. Koma 3779 East 93rd St. joseph A. Kominek, jeweler 3735 East 131st St.-WA. 5220 Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Kondik 11721 Buckeye Rd, W. A, Kossel Dry Goods G Varieties 2600 Noble Rd.-EV. 0345 Cleveland Heights, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Koster 14320 Larchmere Blvd. Shaker Heights, Ohio Rudy Krampel's Service 15214 Lakeshore Blvd. julius Krosin, jeweler 8205 Superior Ave. joseph F. Krizek 3742 East 140th St. Kurtz Furniture 3 Stores Laczko's Food Store 12216 Parkhill Ave. Lampl Knitwear Co. 2576 Superior Ave. Marie Lanese, Florist 3972 Mayfield Rd.-YE. 8688 The jacob Laub Baking Co. 4909 Lorain Ave.-ME. 4530 Laura, Inc. The Bride's Shop 1903 Euclid Ave. The Laurel Drug Co, 9701 Euclid Ave. Lake Health Club Buckley Bldg. Leda Louise Beauty Bazaar 3461 Fairmount Blvd. The Leidon Cabinet Co. 3423 St. Clair Leimonoc 1603 East 79th St. Len's Bike Rentals 9212 Superior Lexington Tavern 1765 East 55th St. Libby Shoppe 2600 Lorain 1 1 1 1 i 1 Liberty Electric Co., lnc, 10314 Superior Ave. and 679 East 185th St. Liberty Theatre Superior and East 105th St. London Furniture Co. 12000 Buckeye Rd. j. T. Lograsso 1882 East 120th St. Longfellow Meat Market 609 East 140th St. Lorenzo Er Son's Groceries and Meats 2072 Murray Hill Albert C. Lorman 815 Society for Savings Bldg. Dr. Sydney I. Luria 2945 Woodhill Rd. joe Mack and W. Gut Service Station-EN. 9656 East 55th and White Ave, Harry T. Maher, Inc. 12019 Woodland Ave. Louis Mallama Fruits and Vegetables 9206 Superior Ave. Mancini's Floral Shop 4673 Turney Rd. Mandel Drug Co. 15702 Waterloo Rd. Mandel Hardware 15704 Waterloo Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Mansour 1467 Cohasset Ave. Marian's Beauty Shop 15712 Waterloo Rd. Marshall-Smith, lnc. 1114 Walnut Ave. j. Martanovic Bakery 3019 East 1 16th St. john Martinich Hardware 1085 East 79th St. Mr. and Mrs. joseph A. Matoney 3054 Yorkshire Rd. Dr. and Mrs. 1. W. Matuska 3311 East 55th St. Maxe's Furniture 4122 East 71st St. Mayflower Dairy 448 East 158th St. Mayfield-Noble Beauty Salon 2966 Noble Rd. and Mayfield joe Mazurowski's Meat Market 6704 Classen Ave. Walter McDonald 9102 Superior Ave. Pat McGinty Admiral Cafe 12314 Superior Ave. Frank C. McGinty Funeral Home 8112 Superior Ave. Mechanical Hardware 8904 Hough Ave. Frank Meinel's Crawford Grill 1755 Crawford Rd. Charles Melbourne Cr Sons Funeral Home 12737 Euclid Ave. G. W. Mercer, lnc. Four Convenient Flower Shops 2991 West 25th St. Merit Cleaners 8326 Hou h Ave g . Mervar's Dry Cleaning Plant, Inc. 7801 Wade Park Ave. Mervar Music Mart 6919 St. Clair Ave. . . . deserve our patronage Micheal's Oldsmobile Co. 10642 St. Clair-GL. 7314 Midway Beverage 1207 St. Clair A. j. Miele, D.D.S. 11328 Euclid Ave. Mielziner-Furs-SK. 2400 13129 Shaker Square Mirti Shoe Store 474 East 152nd St. Miller Art G Gift Co. 7915 St. Clair Miller's Candies 10416 St. Clair Ave. Monarch Awning 3957 St. Clair Monarch Store Fixture Co. 5810 Euclid Ave. The Monreal Co. 11005 St. Clair and 15144 Euclid Ave. j. B. Moore, O.D, 12415 St. Clair Ave. The Mt. Pleasant Theatre 3685 East 131st St.-LO. 0760 Muliolis Real Estate 6' Insurance 6606 Superior Ave. Myers Meat Co. Northern Ohio Food Terminal Unit 73 National Cleaners Er Dyers 13002 Union Ave.-LO. 0292 Newburgh Super Market 7722 Broadway Prop. j. j. Wincek Newman's Grocery 9225 Hough Ave. New Port Cafe 1276 East 9th St. Notre Dame College South Euclid, Ohio The Nottingham Drug Co. Expert Prescription Service E. 187th St. and St. Clair Ave. A. Nosek C-r Sons, Inc. Funeral Directors 3282 East 55th St. Dr. Roxy M. Novario 14802 St. Clair Ave. Novario's Grill 7515 Hough Ave. The john I. Nunn Co. 2041 East 89th St. Wm. A. Nunn Funeral Home 2690 East Blvd. CE. 0994-GA. 2629 Oakwood Cleaners fr Dyers, Inc. 2586 Noble Rd.-EV. 2300 The Ohio Bell Telephone Co. 750 Huron Rd. The Ohio Confection Co. Lisbon Rd. and Evins Ave. Ohio Creamery Supply Co, 701-9 Woodland Ave. Ohio Vault Company Ohio Washer Co. 1223 Superior Ave.-CH, 0689 Ohio Window Glass Co. 4045 St. Clair The Old Well-Fine Liquor 16703 Kinsman Rd. Old Well Tavern 16703 Kinsman Rd.-LO. 7845 Oriental Beauty Shoppe 5845 Broadway Osborn of London Fur Co. 10218 Superior Ave.-CE. 8380 Pacific Coal C1 Supply Co. 6317 Kinsman Parham 6' Kershaw Service Station 16731 Kinsman Rd.-WA. 9838 Shaker Heights, Ohio Parkview Tavern 7900 St. Clair Ave.-EN. 8576 A. C, Pasek 5202 Fleet Paul Toth's Delicatessen 11910 Buckeye Rd. Peggy's Beauty Salon 12561 Euclid Pekoc Hardware Co. 11908 Buckeye Rd. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 3209 Chester j. F. Perko C7 Company Union Commerce Bldg, Mr. john Peterson 388 East 123rd St. Petite Pastery 12417 St. Clair-GL. 6420 George j. Phillipp Cf Sons 2067-69 East 9th St. Piskac Bakery 3376 East 65th St. Dr. j, A. Pitra 3750 East 131st St. Marie C...Plechaty Attorney At Law 5725 Broadway Plechaty Poultry 3459 East 55th St.-Ml, 1843 Wm. Plechaty Construction Co. 5725 Broadway--DI. 8531 john Polter Painter, Paperhanger Er Decorator 495 East 123rd St. Albert A. Powell, Accountant Lorain Street Bank Bldg. AT. 2855 Pak Products Co. 12917 Union Ave. E, L. Pretzer Paint Co.-EN. 2255 3358-60 Payne Ave. Prim Beauty Service 8902 Hough Ave.--CE. 4215 Priscilla's Frocks 4408 Pearl Rd. Progress Drug Co. 5417 Broadway Ptak's Music 6' Furniture, Inc. , 5416 Broadway joseph Pulero 12305 Mayfield Rd.-RA. 7464 Racin Printing Co. 8902 Union Ave. Radigan 6' Schneider 11509 St. Clair Ave. Frank Razinger Funeral Auto Rivery 1350 Russell Rd. Reid Coal Co. 3448 East 49th St. Mayor R, H. Ring 10508 Plymouth Ave. Rinks Texaco Service 494 East 152nd St. j. F. Robaton 12801 V2 St. Clair Ave. Robert's Sohio Service Hough Ave. and Ansel Rd. Dr. j. O. Robinson, Chiropodist 2407 Clark Ave. Rossio jewelry Co. 302-303-304 Citizens Bldg. Rumplik Funeral Home 5337 Dolloff Rd. Mrs. julia Rybka 3877 East 93rd St. ,...-.-- Thanks for our 6GMem0ries" St. lgnatius High School 1911 West 30th St. Celia H. Sandin Delicatessen 1210 East 79th St, Sanitary Market 1404 East 115th St. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sauer 1037 Wilbert Dr. Schaefer Body, Inc. 5005 Superior Ave.-EN. 0025 Schiedas Creamery 5047 Turney Rd. 8506 Garfield Blvd, Leo W. Schmidt Co. 10000 Granger Rd. Schmuck Bros.-WO. 3579 Seltzer Water and Carbonic Gas 6000 Lorain Ave. Henry Schulte Co. 5221 Lorain Ave. jos. C. Schulte Funeral Home 4092 Mayfield Rd. Scotty's Fish G Chops 9203 Hough Ave. Sevet Printing G Publishing Shaker Gift Center, Inc. 2756 Moreland Blvd. Shaker Heights Savings Association 16808 Kinsman Blvd.-LO, 2550 Shaker Market 3245 Warrensville Center Rd. Shaker Riding Academy 4210 Warrensville Center Rd. The Shaker Theater Lee C1 Kinsman Rds.-LO. 9000 Helen Shalala 1402 East 115th St. Shaw Baltic Florists 9650 Carnegie Ave,-RA. 7900 Shirley Laundry 3232 East 140th St.--WA. 3383 Robert F. Shirk, D.N. 618 Public Square Bldg. Shore Radio Service 15232 Waterloo Rd. Shorty's Garage ' 3037 East 123rd St. Siegel Men's Wear 4800 Turney Rd. Franklin Simon 2720 So. Moreland Blvd. Sirna's Cafe 9214 Hough joseph A. Siskovick Grocery C7 Meat Market A 15802-04 Waterloo Rd. Sister's Variety Shop 1103 East 79th St. Mr. S. S. Skelton Guardian Bldg. Sklenicka Flowers Emery Er Richmond Rds. Warrensville Heights, Ohio Slabe Machine Products 870 East 140th St. The Slovenian Co-Operative Stores Co. Main Store-667 East l52nd St. Smayda's Home Bakery 14325 Euclid Ave. Smerda's Furniture and Music House 5800 Broadway-MI, 2525 Smith's Dairy 6162 Turney Rd. Dr. S. W. Smolik 13032 Miles Ave. Society Cleaners 3419 Carnegie Ave. Son Cleaners C1 Dyers 406 East 156th St. Stakich Real Estate 15813 Waterloo Rd. Star Elevator Co. East 38th and King Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stearns 16010 Arcade Ave. Stella's 4839 Turney Rd. Raymond j. Stephany 4849 Turney Rd. Stepka Hat Shop 6037 Broadway Steve Hayes--jeweler 26 Union Commerce Bldg. Arcade Dr. john Stibran Dr. and Mrs. Frank G. Stovicek 3293 Berkshire john E. Stupjansky Funeral Director 10601 Buckeye Rd. Superior Bakers Supply 711 Woodland Ave. Superior Beauty Shop 7013 Superior Ave. Superior Flower Shoppe john Todd 10510 Superior Ave. Svetek Funeral Home 478 East l52nd St. A. Svobada Broadway Beverage 5280 Broadway-DI, 2074 The Sweeny and Wise Co. 10210 Woodland Ave. Tapor Dairies Co., Inc. 3808 East 131st St. Taylor Heights Dry Cleaning 2186 So. Taylor Rd. The Wm. Taylor Son C: Co. 630 Euclid Ave. Terrace Drug 8401-03 Hough Ave. A. E. Terselic Groceries Er Meats 4133 Payne Ave. Mrs. Thopf's Convalescent Home 11227 Hulda Ave. Charles W. Thomas Licensed Funeral Director 12512 Miles Ave. Tip Toe lnn 12200 Woodland Ave. Tonchia Pharmacy Prescription Chemist 1117 East 79th St. Tresch's Wine Shop 10204 Superior Ave. Turney Road Hardware 4835 Turney Rd. Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Ullmann 1820 Stanwood Rd, R. P. Ullmann Bag CO. 5203 Loraine Ave. Detroit, Michigan United Furnace-Crawford Hardware 8805 Hough Ave. Uptown Kiddie Shop 10425 St, Clair Ave. Uptown Prescription Drug Stores 10431 St. Clair and 10539 Carnegie Mr. Baron Uptown Drug Van's Texaco Super Service 243 Euclid Ave. Wicklie, Ohio Vermilion Foods 2000 West 14th St. Vidensek Grocery Er Meats 486 East l52nd St. Vidrih's Grocery tSore 1192 East 61st St. Sam Viny's Beverage Drinks 16615 Kinsman Rd.-LO. 3220 Mr. F. j. Vlcheck 14320 Larchmere Blvd. Shaker Heights, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Vlcheck 17508 Libby Rd. Maple Heights, Ohio john R, Vodrazka Licensed Funeral Director 3315 East 55th St. F. G. Volorich Attorney at Law Standard Bldg. joseph Voracek Meats and Groceries 5229 Hasum Ave. F. j. Vyhnal Furniture Er Hardware 4842 Broadway Wolovits jewelry 11818 Buckeye Rd. Wolzien's Flowers 17114 Lorain Ave.--CL. 0100 Woodland Pharmacy 12210 Woodland Ave.-GA. 4025 Dr. M. L. Wonzer Optometrist 812 Hippodrome Bldg. Workingmen Co-op, 3726 East 131st St. Wright Dept. Stores R. j. Sawhill, Mgr. 4829 Turner Rd. L. G. Wright, lnc. Wrigraph Drafting Machines W. E. Wright Contract Service Co. 11702 Superior Weissman Furniture William j. Ware 10839 Drexel Ave. The Waldmen Cleaning Co. 16761 Kinsman, Shaker Branch Wagner's Market 11005 Ashbury Loree A. Wells Funeral Home 8806 Euclid West Park Appliance, Inc. 3788 Rocky River Dr. Westropp Drug 490 East l52nd St. Miss Betty Lou Whitely 26531 Zernan Ave. Euclid, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wickes 11931 Buckingham Ave. Miss Mary Ann Wickes 11921 Buckingham Dr. N. W. Wiegand 1450 Addison Rd. Compliments of Willies Bar 8009 Euclid Ave. Woldman Appliance Co. 1 139 Superor Ave. Mr. and Mrs. S. j. Wolinski 3879 East 93rd St. Compliments of the Yale Furnace Co. Zoia Banquetier Inc. Co. 2532 Carnegie Ave. Zorn Trading Company 3239 West 61st St. iz "Qi Q-'ig-,qf"4gi-:R us- -gvfqep rg?-vga?-snsaqgh, Eghsgy mi!-A535-!WE,. 'Fi ,T -'S wi " X. .-an F, - 1 .V . - . . 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