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

 - Class of 1946

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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 ,

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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.



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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-

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