Our Lady of Mercy School - Lore Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1961

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During our four years at Mercy we have often turned to Mary for example and encouragement. We have found in her guidance the sweet and gentle qual- ities of motherly love. But if ever we have needed a guide through the maze of conflicting thoughts, it is now when we exchange the role of a little girl for that of a young woman. We know, however, that she is walking beside us to aid us if we falter and to congratulate us in our successes. Our patroness, the Mystical Rose, will remain forever with the Class of 1961. INTRODUCTION I-5 ' ACADEMICS 6-27 ORGANIZATIONS as-49 A ACTIVITIES 50-65 UNoERcLAssMEN ' ' 66-S5 SENIORS C sc-1 I7 ADVERTISEMENTS 1 I S-I 31 Our Lady of Mercy School 18075 Southfield Detroit 35, Michigan A Accredited by: North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools University of Michigan 3 By Them Shall We Dear Graduates, September saw you, the Class of '61, clothed in new dignity functioning in official capacity as heads of various school organizations, editing the publica- tions, effectively discharging duties at the various monitorial posts. October found you active in drama and debate, and giving more serious attention to career clubs and the like. It caughtiyou once, too, somber in cap and gown the evening of the traditional Ring Blessing Ceremony. November showed you YOU in a somewhat different light. In the silence of a closed retreat, there was time for you to think, to judge, to weigh your yesterdays that your tomor- rows might be rightly planned. And so, the year passed on from month to month with new things ventured, new things tried, and new things learned. Under the loving guidance of Our Lady of Mercy your girlhood traits gave place to the character of womanhood. What you have received is now yours to give. Give unstintingly. In the measure of your giving lie your own success and happiness. God love you, J ' V, Q5Ile.ie.,I..,l?fQ Sister Mary Frederic, R.S.M. 4 777 the Path of Salvation .........To teach and to pardon, console and bless always. It is yours, O Priest of jesus Christ! Our chaplain, Father Robert Burroughs, is responsible for the spiritual guid- ance of a family numbering close to nine hundred girls. In this vocation, Father finds ample opportunity to exercise his priestly duties. For sixteen years Father Burroughs has welcomed freshmen to OLM, pre- sented sophomores with a true value of charity, and brought to juniors the realization that all work and no prayer will not merit eternal salvation. But those who have come to value his work most are his seniors. Father has drawn us closer to Christ through the sacramentsg he has drawn us to our Blessed Mother through meditations on the Rosaryg and he has drawn us to himself through his Christ-like kindness and humor. 5 K 6 oWLEDGE coMEs, BUT WI Do Ll GER rl 4 ffm uh, X Rx ' f--, fill' fffff H. .1 ,T A ll f' ff! Gio' 7 ' - -lx f."'rfift. 'I ' 1' AQ-fl 'A ,,.- 3, 1 rg, X- I :kg 1 ' ,wi-f ' ' j.y'1'4!' 1 ' 3 f ,. I 'K' ,jf -Av ..-A '1 -I ,W -. V 71, j,gIQrjllii,yi lwjllnfj' "p'j:n.r' "ft f-L-'f of, U ' ' N -A xr-1 1' f'3,,, M ,ff of r I' f Va! ,., 1. tw? J-f, ,, sf - - ', F 7 L C kg ,bziwf-X35 xx "f X ' - 152243 ff :fa . -1-'MM fyi iivigfzf 0 ,Zi :iii A 4 . 4 ff' -,X.1 w X, , N C 1 ggi'-' x xxi "Knowledge of the whole truth is the primary aim of education, but we cannot know the whole truth unless we also know revealed truths." Education is lacking if it relies on human un- derstanding alone. Complete education must include knowledge gained from both divine and human authority. Therefore, Mercians revere their school motto: "Virtus et Scientiaf' be- cause it embodies this Christian concept. Fundamental principles of virtuous living are inculcated through daily religious instruction and this Christian spirit permeates all phases of study. The experience and culture of other generations, intricacies of math, scientific ex- perimentation, and the artof expression provide a liberal education, while the practical arts of home living and business world equip a student in fruitful vocational training. Education which unites virtue to knowledge is true education, for according to His Holi- ness Pope Pius XI such an education exists ". . . to elevate, regulate, and perfect Qhuman lifej, in accordance with the example and teach- ing of Christ." To Know God Is Religious instruction is the hallmark of Catholic education, thus students view their daily religion classes as the most important. Through the pages of the Bible, freshmen ob- serve God's love and noble design for man, while sophomores see a more perfect fulfillment of that love through a study of the Mass and sacraments. Juniors meet St. Thomas' analysis of the virtues and Seniors seek practical answers to the challenge of young Catholic adulthood. In October, Fr. Charles O'Neill addressed all students concerning the importance of vocations. Joyce Ford, Diane DeLorenzo, and Gail Lofstom inspect the religious articles which Fr. Burroughs has on display for his classes. to Love God As head of the religion department, Fr. Burroughs meets with Sister Mary Margretta and Mrs. Eleanor Kelley to establish an outline of study for all grades. Putting into action what they have learned from the religion instructors, Carol Moran and Cheryl Meisel add the finishing touches to an Advent wreath. 9 "Reading Maketh the Full Man . 3 A thorough study of grammar, literature, creative writing, and vocabulary comprises an English course which prepares Mercians for success in any literary endeavor. Journalism offers in'-:rested students an op- portunity to master newspaper principles and techniques as they aid in the publication of OLM News Print. As Antonio CCarol Willeminb looks on intently, Shylock fTamara Tkaczukj threatens Bassonio Cjane Stimpsonb by demanding a pound of flesh for failure to repay a loan. Upon invitation of Sister Mary Christopher, Lois McKinnon informs seniors of life and study at Loyola University. 10 Having completed evaluation of term papers, Sister Mary Christopher explains her comments to Sylvia Murphy. Writing an Exact Man" Scholastic Writing entries are discussed by English teachers, Sister Mary Maura, Miss Prion, and Mrs. Brady, in an effort to select the most original compositions for the Detroit News contest. Connie Dakshaw consults Roger's Thesaurus for a synonym with the cor rect character count for Judy Konrek and Joanne Giroux's headline. 11 l The World of Speech Has Many Voices Through many hours of study in the class- room and practice after school, aspiring drama- tists attain the poise required to appear before an audience to present a play, speech, or read- ing. All students have gained a certain amount of this skill with the introduction of a speech course into the curriculum. Endeavoring to put speakers at ease, Mrs. Veronica Francis assures each that "speech is only enlarged conversa- tion." Speech students find in Mrs. Veronica Francis a perfect example of an instructor who practices what she teaches. Not for home economics, but for a unique demonstration speech, Anne McAuliffe deftly prepares a teenager's favorite snack, pizza. Sister Mary Laurentina's second year thespians prepare for the casting of the senior play, "Song of Bemadettef' by reading through the script. Mercians Manifest Linguistic Skills Although a supposedly "dead,' language, clas- sical students prove Latin to be very much alive. Having mastered declensions and con- jugations, pupils translate passages from Caesar and Cicero to cultivate logical thinking. French scholars put emphasis on learning grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary as the basis for future study of this language. The complexities of the Gallic Wars are straightened out for Janet Lingle by Sister Mary Karl. While celebrating Cicero's 2067th birthday, Mrs. McGraw and the advanced Latin class enjoy a "Roman feast. Q! Sister Mary Georgetta, French I and II instructor, and Diane Lepage admire Judy Burkhardt's scroll of French Christmas SCSUES. 13 Mrs. Abel's Latin class responds enthusiastically to questions on their homework assignment. Through Study of the Past Acquaintance with a problem is the first step towards solving it. From the ancient cultures of Greece and Rome, through the rise and fall of autocracy, through the annals of America, his- tory students learn of man's success and failure. Having studied the heritage of our country, government students analyze contemporary problems of society for present awareness and future action. Miss Wagner shows Cheryl Bradley the history units she has compiled. The importance of keeping posted on current events is stressed by Mrs. Froslie to Maureen Long, Judy Hay, and Gloria Newman as she shows them some popular news magazines. 14 We SGW ur Future Michigan's constitutional convention is the topic of dis- cussion as Mr. Joseph Brennan, prominent Detroit lawyer, speaks to seniors. "Stereotyping is based on ignorance," explains Joe Namphy to Denise Geisler and Carol Hughes. Bob Zyromski, another mem- ber of the U. of D. Human Relations Club, waits to add his comment. Dr. Daniel Wadowski, D.D.S., explains a break in the film, "Operation Abolition," by telling Sister Mary Madonna that he is showing it for the 106th time! Science Reveals a World of Wonder Biology projects for the Science Fair are the topic of an after-school conference between Sister Mary Boniface and Mrs. Elenore Ross. Answering questions concerning the behavior of man, animals, plants, and inanimate objects is the task of the science department. Biology answers our queries about living organisms. Physics tells of the behavior of matter and energy, while in chemistry we learn of the com- position of matter and the changes it under- goes. As our knowledge of science grows, we more fully understand ourselves and the world in which we live. Squeamish expressions on the faces of Andrea Peterson, Mary Ellen Bosznski, and Pat Molloy mirror the feeling of most biology students toward dissecting. 16 Sister Mary Leocadia, instructor of physics and chem- istry, aids Mary Jo Dingeman in the correct method for measuring bouyant force. Kathy Koss, Diane Macunovich, and Carmen Galea experiment to determine the linear expansion of a metal rod. Budding scientists, Paula McClary, Pat Lollini, Jane McDonough, Virginia Gerhard, Elaine DiMatteo, and Janet Oakes, explore the laboratory and become acquainted with the chemical world. Explorations Disclosc Intricacics of Math, With the ever-increasing emphasis put on the study of mathematics, there is a new look in the math department. Modern concepts of algebra and geometry are explained while revised text- books are used to assure Mercians of an up-to- date program as the basis for future study. Sister Mary Scholastica, student teacher, and Sister Mary Alicia listen attentively as Sue Gallaher interprets her diagram for the class. eff, .1 sf f 5 Q ff- ' First year algebra student, Nancy Korth, performs a fundamental operation for classmates. Sister Mary Victor, head of the Math department, introduces Janet LaMotte and Carole Frederick, fourth year math students, to con- cepts of modern math. 18 Ledger, and Keyboard Accuracy and neatness are the key words to success in commercial subjects. Mercy offers courses in shorthand, typing, and bookkeeping to prepare students for their future careers in the business world. Mrs. DuCharme, Typing I instructor, teaches Nancy Gerger basic skills of speed and accuracy. the Sharon Amelotte, first year shorthand student, applies business skills publicized on the bulletin board. Sister Mary Timothy supervises the process of operating a mirneograph machine with Student Council officers, Sue Sullivan and Lynn Gayney. 19 Taking advantage of the opportunity afforded bookkeeping students, Karen Tavi, Dawn Calice, and Pat Hiltz master the technique of using the billing machine. 20 "Join sides with five-eighths inch seam allowance" is the instruc- tion as Home and Family Living students construct their first garments. -J HQ Delia Bradley watches as her father, an established De- troit florist, demonstrates the art of flower arrange- ment to the home economics class. Domestic Aptitudes Centering around the home and fami- ly, the study of home economics pre- pares girls for their future in either the single or married life. Knowledge at- tained through this course, whether it be in furnishing a home or designing a formal, becomes invaluable as voca- tions are chosen. Perfect for a winter formal . . . White bro- cade tops a blue satin skirt of unpressed pleats. Accented by white pearls and blue feathers, the outfit is completed by adding immaculate wristlength gloves. Margaret Michalski gives her outfit a final check before taking it home. Written originally as the thesis for her doctorate, Sister Mary Jeanne's units form the basis for the Home and Family Living course. Sue Meagher helps Sister prepare the books for students. 21 Sister Mary Ignatius, art instructor, fashions the tones for her icon of Our Lady of Vladimir, initially displayed at Marian Day and again shown at a national Sodality convention. Mercy's gym annually becomes a miniature Greenwich Village as future "Rembrandts" display their efforts for interested patrons. Artists Portra Bcaut Talent, the key to the art department, un- locks the door to beauty. Under the creative hand of Sister Mary Ignatius, Mercians blessed with this gift from God can develop it for His honor and glory. A four year program provides training in basic skills and fundamental techniques. Schol- astic Art competition and the annual OLM art show allow for expression of artistic talent. in Blend of Color and kill Kathy Dudzinski, Mary McCarthy, Peggy Klenner, and Mary Dugan consult Sister Mary Ignatius about the thirty-five entries required of each advanced art student for the spring Scholastic Art Show. Tempera paints provide the color as Evelyn Dysarz, Judi Rink, Sue Stof- fer, and Sue Kowalski design covers for the memory book of the National Catholic Theater Conference. 23 Physical Education Promotes Teamwork The shrill blast of Mrs. Sumrill's whistle sounds as Mercians engage in lively games of newcomb, volley ball, basketball, and baseball. These competitive sports, as well as swimming and riding classes which may be substituted for weekly gym periods, assure students of a well- rounded and wholesome personality. Action is fast and furious as Yvonne Thompson and Nancy Nelsen strain to tip the jump ball to respective teammates, Riding Club officers, Donna Kramer, presidentg Doreen Selegan, secre- taryg Judy Kolinski, vice-presidentg and Karen Chopp, treasurer, pause before taking their mounts over the indoor jumps at the Wallace School of Horsemanship. 24 Reaching for an unattainable "goal," the cell Mrs. Sumrill keeps time as gym students march across the shiny floor and up the center aisle in true military style. A motley crew runs down a Lore photographer as she ng, sophomores try to take off a few inches. attempts to portray the exit of a typical gym class. 25 Scholastic Atmosphere Produces Scholars A quiet atmosphere and accessible reference material are essential to the conscientious stu- dent. Mercy's study halls and well-stocked li- brary afford these helps to those whose search for knowledge requires additional research and study time. Mature reading and attentive listening coupled with frequent reference to a dictionary assures Shiela DeLozier of a rich and effective vocabulary. The daily chore of checking attendance records is assumed by Mrs. Starr as she supervises study halls. OLM librarian Sister Mary Hortense urges all students to read comprehensively for success on National Merit and Cfluege Quiet prevails as students are absorbed in study during their free periods. Boards. 26 "To Whom Much Is Given. The keystone of the academic arch is the recognition of scholastic achievement. The true student is the city placed high for all to see, the candle set in the stand that all might see, and the wise investor of her master's talents. In fine, she is "the good and faithful servant." Scholar- ship denotes past, present, and potential lead- ership. Therefore, of those top-ranking seniors of the Class of '61 " . . . much is required." With a successful high school career as their achieve- ment, Mercy's "Profiles in Scholarship," Mary Ann Rosswurm, valedictorian, and Sandra Yamarina, salu- tatorian, look toward a challenging future. I High-ranking seniors, Marilyn Tisdale, Kathleen Moran, Helen Nowicki, Carol Sue Pienta, and Patricia Lollini, pause on the stairs they climbed each day to reach the Utoplii A step in the right direction has been taken by Frances Comito, Judith Shell, and Patricia Yount, who take their places among the honor stud- ents. 27 STUDE GRA P RE PONSIBILITY A 'x w t r x . V lj: -X, Sf 1 rr .,1I.,,- If ,y X ', l"', i -V ' .se w-si' s-' f X r G X A , ire if ex if : ., ' " ' x N", . .. f. TX? ' W ' ,wi 1 - X ' .- , Af' 'iff W It' -' f ' ' Q . . Mg ' 1 'N Nl. JL eg: X A V' ax ,if f f w c Nl " , .. T ,lffff Q- XX f x T - X Q An indication that OLM is coming of age is the growth of organizations which supplement a wide range of interests and talents. Though these various units possess their distinctive char- acteristics, they all share the unity of being "student-centered." The new Counseling Serv- ice is designed to give each student a self-knowl- edge of her scholastic and vocational aptitudes. A closer relationship among faculty, parents, and students is the express goal of the Rosarium Club. Development of the spiritual life, growth in self-government, and enjoyment of sports are the ideals of the Sodality, Student Council, and Athletic Association, respectively. The silver- tongued find their refuge in debate, the thes- pians in drama, those with a journalistic bent on publications staffs, and the musically inclined in chorale. For those who look toward tomor- row, there are the "future" clubs to give an in- sight into most feminine vocations. Mercy's fond hope is that these organizations are not only a sign of her growth, but also a source of development for all her students. Sodality officers, Chris Kennedy, vice-prefect, and Mary Ann Przybysz, prefect, record the arrival of a new shipment of cards as Virginia Gerhard, secretary, and Mary McGreevy, treas- urer, sort the boxes for distribution. 29 Miss Kudron interviews Pat Lang as part of the school guidance program which includes counseling all students. OLM Introduces Counseling Program A student counseling program was introduced at Mercy this year. Under the auspices of quali- lied faculty, tests were administered to measure scholastic achievement and ability and voca- tional aptitude. Convocations and special guid- ance meetings were incorporated into the pro- gram. College Night, sponsored by the Rosarium Club, also guided Juniors and Seniors in their preparation for the future by giving sound ad- vice on higher education. Mrs. Ryan, of the Michigan Employment Security Com mission, conducts Eileen Lamb into the Rosarium coun- seling room for the results of Eileen's aptitude tests. 30 Representatives of Mercy College, Mr. James McCarthy, Charlene McKenna, and Gretchen Glei, confer on the advantages of a career in teaching during our Annual College Night. 1 T Joan Wallace, an OLM graduate, utilizes the public address system for the various aptitude tests' given to all classes by the University of Dayton Guidance Center. Jana Piersante and Pat Malone seek the answers to questions concerning a career in nursing from a student nurse at Mercy College. 31 Parents Please Faculty and tuclcnts Faculty, parents, and students have benefited from the closer relations between home and school developed since the institution of the Rosarium Club. Working unceasingly, the club has provided entertainment for parents and stu- dents and raised necessary funds for improving school facilities. Mr. Malone, Rosarium Club president, urges students to solicit their parents' membership for the club. Mrs. Marie Locher presents the winning ticket which entitles her to the portable television raffled at the pre-Lenten card party. 32 i 5-ll 3 fi 1 ,, s, wi :.'. g 'W 2-was M The one hundred and twenty-six prizes available at the Card Busse, ticketsg Mrs. Chester Cyrol, table arrangementg Mrs. general chairmang Mrs. Patrick Harkness, receptiong Mrs. refreshments. aaa. Ls Party are displayed by chairmen: Mrs. J oseph James Kendall, receptiong Mrs. Joseph DeLorenzo, A. R. Barraco, door prizesg and Mrs. J. G. Greene, E Presenting the plans for the Rosarium Club's annualcard party is this yeax-'s general chairman, On behalf of the Rosarium Club, Mr. Malone presents its an Mrs. Joseph DeLorenzo. 33 nual" check to Sister Mary Frederic "to use as she sees fit " Student Council Sparks Spirit Student Council officers and representatives energetically strove to promote the interests of OLM. Conscientious officers presented a "Big Sister" program for freshmen, sponsored a sug- gestion box and questionnaire, presided over numerous convocations, and presented for up- perclassmen and post-graduates an annual Christmas holiday event, the Alumnae Ball. Diane Johnson's work in the Civil Air Patrol is acknow- ledged with the presentation of the Student Council's "Citizen of the Month Award" by Mary Brennan. Lynn Gayney announces the event to the student body. Preparing to distribute Student Council questionnaires to junior home- rooms are: Rosemary Wilhelm, Virginia Stewart, Diane Macunovich Mariellen Ross, and Sue Aldred. 34 Freshman Student Council reps, Janet Gallagher, Susie Smart, Sue Prikryl, Ellen Moloney, and Judy Celesky, admire the fifty- star flag donated by their class. ' Mary Kay Verreau, Mary Kay Hall, Mary Quirk, Kathy Crowley, d and Cathy O'Brien leave the Rosarium after a weekly Student Council meeting. Reserved for chaperones and Student Council officers and their dates, the lounge at CoboHal1 provides an attractive setting as Bob Robertson, Lynn Gayney, Terry Brady, Mary Brennan, ue Sullivan, jim Kordek, Fran Comito, and Bob alker pose for a group picture. Student Council reps, Virginia Stewart, Mariellen Ross, Diane Macunovich, Marilou Schmidt, Karen Squiers, Mary Kay Verreau, and Mary Kay Hall, serve refreshments at an after-school social hour. 35 L! H Giving a parting smile to Fi-Fi before the last ticket is sold at the Sodality Fair are Cecile Blaquiere, Virgiline Thibault, and Rita Ann Teichman. Thi? SOd2Lii'C 2 Through Sodality Consecration, Mercians di- rect their lives "to Jesus through Mary." To en- courage this Same Spirit in Others' they are ac' Pat Goss and Virginia Gerhard were among those who represented tive in lay-apostle work. Sister Mary Maura OLM at the 14th Armua1Archdiocesan Sodality Day and shared the guided the Sodality in activities this year, in- theme, "Leadership for Life," with other Sodalists. cluding the Christmas Card Drive, the Sodality Fair, and various projects to aid the missions. Freshman aspirant Sodality reps, Mary Wright, Mary Ann Buckmaster, Diane Evangelista, Rosemary McCurry, Kathleen Sheag sophomore probationer reps, Helen Heinrich, Leslie Bell, Pat Powell, Marsha Wlodygag junior reps, Marilyn Baron, Delia Bradley, Marel Anne Utter, and Yvonne Thompson, pose near a statue of Our Lady, the patroness of the Sodality. 36 Top salesmen of the Sodality Christmas Card drive enjoy the rewards of their enthusiastic efforts. A Way Qf Life Junior and Senior Sodalists cut sales slips as the Christmas card drive gets underway. 37 A.A. Sportsmanship Mirrored by' Performing their customary task of setting up additional chairs before a convocation are A.A. reps: Mary Ann O'Connell, Carol Bruce, Carole Dyer, Judy Morrison, Mary Miner, Mary Kay Sweeney, Bernadette O'Neill, Sandra Seehaver, Cecile Blaquiere, Bernadine Kwiatkowski, Suzanne Lemieux, and Nancy Schiele. Under the leadership of Mrs. Sumrill, the Athletic Association strives to impart the quali- ties of good sportsmanship to all students. To reach this goal, intramural games and an annual Play Day are sponsored. The swimming team puts into practice the ideals of the A.A. This year's swimmers prac- ticed with renewed enthusiasm as they sought to defend their championship in the Girls Paro- chial League. Mrs. Sumrill's chief A.A. membership card salesmen, Marietta Charest, presidentg Pat Sullivan, vice-presidentg Lynn Legenhause, secretaryg and Sue Meagher, treas- urer, tum in an enthusiastic report. Swimming Team Mercy's 1960-61 swimming team pauses at poolside: Top Row: Bill Dietrich, coachg Janet Simon, Margaret Skown, Jane McDonough, Mary Kay Hall, Marilyn Boehne, Janet Hanifan, Jane McDonald, Pat Sullivan. Middle Row: Mary Ann Bauer, Barbara Ferguson, Ellen Quil- lin, Julia Tata, Jane Stimpson. Bottom Row: Margaret Foley, Joanne Giroux, Nancy Sullivan, Rita Ann Teichman, Evelyn Dysarz. Coach Bill Dietrich discusses future meets with team officers: Pat Sul- livan, captaing Mary Ann O'Connell, secretary-treasurerg Evelyn Dysarz, historiang and Jane McDonough, co-captain. 39 Having turned down a possible berth on the Olympic team to complete her high school education, Pat Sul- livan excels as a breast-stroker on Mercy's team. "Snoopy" stands guard over completed copy as Sister Mary Christopher and News Print editors, Cathy Banat,feature ed- itorg Margaret Michalski, business managerg Pat Sullivan, layout editorg Nancy Sullivan, staff photographergAnne Kelly, Diane Perrone, co-editors, meet another inevitable deadline. The third Wednesday of each month finds Fran Yefmak and Chris Taylor distributing News Print to the homerooms. Publications Staffs Log Deadline . . . the word grows louder and more frequent . . . the endless question, "How's the News Print coming? . . . the stock answer, "Fine" Sister Mary Christopher's staff, realizing from the start the importance of united effort in their year-round activity, set themselves to the task of publishing nine editions that headline the academic, social, and extracurricular activi- ties of student subscribers. A spirit of cooperation sets the tone for the News Print staff: Helen Nowicki, Nancy Dalecki, Sandra Capilla, typistsg Nancy Patton, Kathy Molloy, Pat Cahill, Christine DeRosier, staff writers, Peggy Klenner and Mary Dugan, staff artists. As the first manifestation of their Lenten "penances," Mary Etta Fisher, Nancy Nobel, and Joyce Ford prepare News Print for local, state and national circulation. 40 Years Activities ,V . Q, . QA Sister Mary Karl holds a conclave with associate editors, Marion Schultz and Carol Sue Pienta, about the fate of a double page layout while editor, Mary Ann Rosswurm, consults her "bible," To the students, the yearbook is a chronicle of the year's activities. To its staff and moder- ator, Sister Mary Karl, it is a daily round of pages to paste-up, headlines to write, and copy to type. Lore editors are beset by pictures that In a rare moment for conference with all her assistants, Virgmxa Benner, photography editor, examines recent pictures with Bar bara Lustica, Doreen Selegan, and Mary Ann O'Connell don't materialize, ideas that won't come, and time that goes too fast. Perseverance against these difficulties results in an annual that suit- ably represents the faculty and student body of OLM. An important process in the planning of an annual is the study of a variety of yearbook styles. Surveying ex- changes are: Ann Groh, senior chairmang Noreen Konner, underclass chairmang Virginia Lierhardg Mary Ellen Kulesa, activities chairmang Cynthia Churski, organizations chairmang Mary Lynne Beras, business managerg Kathleen Morang Kathie Ofenstein, copy editorg and Jacki Phillips, advertising chairman. Marilyn Witham auditions for a scholarship in music sponsored for Catholic high school students by the Archdiocese. Musicians May Merit Scholarships Musically inclined students at OLM develop their talents through Chorale and private music, under the supervision of Sisters Mary Protase and Huberta. As an incentive to further study, scholarships, based on instrumental or vocal abilities, were awarded for the first time this year. Sister Mary Protase served as general chairman of the Archdiocesan talent committee sponsoring the grants. Adept at playing the piano, organ, violin and clarinet, Sister Mary Huberta is engaged in instructing aspiring musicians. A last minute practice gives Christina Brown a chance to polish up her performance while Paula Francis, Germaine Garrett, Christy Weglarz, and Judy Sallott await their tum at the piano. The Senior Chorale, conducted by Sister Mary Protase, practices for its part in the Christmas cantata. 43 Congratulations are in order as varsity debaters, Carolyn Tushis, Katie Moran, Mary jo Kohn, and Virginia Stewart, return to school and report another victory to Sister Mary Madonna. Dcbatcrs Brin g Home Awards Coached by Sister Mary Madonna, OLM de- baters participated in the State League and Thomas More Forum. They attained an ex- tensive knowledge of world affairs as they ar- gued in confirmation or rejection of this year's debate topic, Resolved: That the United Nations Should Be Significantly Strengthened. Underclass debaters, Mary Ann Stella, Kathy Smart, Kathy McElman, and Paula Francis, get together during a research-and-discussion session in preparation for an approaching debate. As Dan Stella debunks affirmative arguments, Carolyn Tushis and Bemadette Zirncosky listen attentively to marshall rebuttal points. 44 Language--Key to Friendship Panel discussions, symposiums, and formal speeches are an integral part of the Speech Arts Club. Affiliated with the National Catholic Theater Conference, members are given special rates to local productions and the opportunity to attend the New York summer convention. Supplementing the advanced language classes, the French and Latin clubs serve as a means of exploring the social and cultural aspects of other nations. 1 's' Latin club officers turned mythological gods and goddesses. Sandra i Lee, secretary, Marilyn Baron, vice-presidentg Marilyn Tisdale, pro- gram chairmang and Noreen Konner, president, pause for a terrestrial pose with Mrs. McGraw, Latin Club moderator. Mesdemoiselles de Paris, Rosanne Baron, secretary, Victoria DeGuisti, vice presidentg Kathy McNamara, president, and Barbara Anderson, treasurer, peruse a French menu. Mrs. Francis, Speech Arts Club moderator, presents Genesian certificates to meritmg officers: Mary Rita Danaher, secretaryg Noreen Konner, treasurer, Mary Etta Fisher, president, and Virginia Gerhard, vice-president fam i 45 Sue Keefe, treasurer, and Ann Marie O'Nei1l, president, direct "The Future Belongs Preparing girls for two major professions is the role of the Future Nurses and Future Teach- ers Clubs. This past year future nurses studied their career by attending open houses at various hospitals and by inviting authorities on nursing to address them. F.T.C. members observed ele- mentary teaching rnethods and gained first-hand experience by conducting classes at St. Monica grade school. fs 8' rg ,lx Ja fn: wr Leslie Dingeman and Dale Hansen, student nurses from St. Josph Mercy Hos- pital, to the Rosarium for a F.N.C. meeting. Realizing that the success of any venture depends on preparation, F .T.C. of- ficers, Judy Drawe, treasurer, Nancy Sullivan, president, Kathy Huhn, vice- presidentg and Kathy Ofenstein, secretary, draw up plans for their April con- vocation. J 46 to a Youth Who Can Conquer lt" Science club officers, Mary Lynne Beras, presidentg Barbara Mor- row, treasurerg Mary McCarthy, vice-president, and Judy Shell, secretary, take inventory of the chemical stockroom. Home economics majors possess the key to unlimited career possibilities. Through member- ship in the Home Economics Career Club, stu-r dents are given the opportunity to explore such areas as fashion designing, dietetics, and interior decorating. Endeavoring to foster a better understanding, appreciation, and interest in science and mathe- matics, Science Club members participated ac- tively in the Metropolitan Detroit Science Fair and other activities related to their field. Mod- erated by Mrs. Ross, the club shared in the benefits derived from association with the Sci- ence Clubs of America. Home Economics Career Club officers, Mary Nell Farron, treasurer, Judi Nix, secretaryg Judy Smith, president, Sue Meagher and Sue Allen, program co-chairmen, gather to plan a future project. To Love Is to Serve Participating actively in school services is a means of acquaintance with all students. Chapel, library, and bookstore aides manifest a prac- tical expression of love for God and for others as they faithfully discharge their duties. Bookstore aides, Valerie Purcott, Barbara Morrow, Virginia Gellenbeck and Yvonne Granata, count holy cards and medals while taking inventory of their stock. "5 lil ,sf Career files an asset to any library are sorted by Judy Burkhardt and Barbara Lustica Barbara Jean Wright types a list of the latest publications available on the Diligent Crews Keep OL "Shipshape" Neatness, capability, and kindness are in-born qualities of all members of the maintenance staff. Quietly, but efficiently, they go about their tasks of cleaning and repairing. Students are greatly indebted to this staff for their im- maculate school. v ' "pe, f Q, 1 an ig The Business Office begins the morning's round of activities as Students are indebted to Joseph Bomarito, John Granata Thelma Robinson and Redelia Hayes check in with Mrs. Gertrude and Jesse Wade, for the upkeep of the school. Fox. Countless hours are spent by Sister Mary Isadore and her assistants in planning, prepar- ing and serving meals to the faculty and stu- dents. Always on hand for special banquets and parties, the culinary staff cheerfully ac- cepts the added responsibility. "Spic and span" describes the kitchen after a hard day's work by Sister Mary Isadore's culinary staff, Antoinette Patrillo, Jennie Halterman, Ruth Hebert, Jeanne Granata, and Sally Lange. T 1 50 1 HALF GF MAN IS K GWLEDGE HALF ff IS ACTIO Development of the "whole person" is the fundamental concept of Christian education. The activities offered at OLM play an essen- tial role in the realization of this goal. Between Orientation and Graduation, a students has had the spiritual benefit of an annual retreatg seniors enjoy the privilege of this elevating experience away from school and home. On the less seri- ous side of life, Mercians are entertained by such programs as the Freshman Talent Show, Dramacade, and Play Day. And for those whose feet never stop, there are the dances - Dads' and Daughters', Alumnae Ball, and the Junior- Senior Prom. All these activities provide a pleasant and needed diversion from the aca- demic routine of books and study. 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Q is 5 is -' grwlif M 4: Q11 'S Zf.e::f?E5' ' THQ MQW' ii? - , . 5 , , f ii 9 ii x Dancing to the tune of "US Little Meri," Rosemary Gustxna and Diane Beauchamp perform in one of the sixteen acts of the show. , vs Senior big sisters, Elaine DiMatteo and Joanne Montagne, pour Mr. and Mrs. Henry Malachowski and their daughter, Joan. 52 tea for The "Sound of Music" fills the auditorium as Carol Bruce and her companions vocalize the popular "Do Re Mi. Y! Talented Frosh Feature U Tribute The Freshmen provided a magic carpet when they took OLMers to the United Nations fif- teenth anniversary celebration in New York. Frosh talent "wowed" their school audience and equally entertained parents with the perform- ance directed by Miss Eileen Wagner. Preceding the show, seniors fulfilled their role of "big sisters" by serving refreshments for first year students and their guests at the Fresh- man Tea. 53 Judy Sallot, Freshman Class President, presents OLM's first fifty star flag to Sister Mary Frederic on behalf of the Class of '64. Chaplain lmparts Blessing on Rings Seniors had waited expectantly for the first wearing of caps and gowns, and the opportunity came in the guise of the Ring Blessing Cere- mony. Following the individual blessing of rings, a panel of University of Michigan co-eds enumer- ated the problems which Catholic students face on the secular campus. Father John Bradley, chaplain of the Newman Club at U. of M., moderated the group and referred questions posed by the audience to panel members. Sharon Dobbs, Pat Yount, and Diane Zarza were among Fr. Bradley and the U. of M. panelists look on as Fr. the seniors who pledged once again to uphold the motto Burroughs catches audience reaction to his favorite inscribed on their ring, "Virtus et Scientiaf' anecdotes. 54 Kathy Morrison typifies the real meaning of retreat, -that of being alone with God. Janet Smith decides which clothes and what books will be most needed on her three day retreat. That He May Speak Fall retreatants devoted their time to prayer, meditation, and spiritual reading. The guidance of Fathers Kaspar, Howard, and Michael, C.P., linked with the Christ-like example of the Sisters of Mary Reparatrix, enabled seniors to return to school spiritually refreshed. Janet Hanifan takes advantage of private consultation with Fr. Howard, C.P during a free moment of her closed retreat. 55 A bit of humor is enjoyed after the retreat as Father Jacobson shares a joke with Pat Madi- gan, Nancy Schiele, Pat Kulesa, Rosemary Wilhelm, Mary Grace Barlage, and Virginia Banas. "Come Apart and Rest Awhilev Mercians accepted Christ's invitation when they took part in the open retreat preached by Father James Jacobson, M.S. An aura of silence pervaded the halls as retreatants attended con- ferences, daily Mass, and meditated on Father's words. At the close of their three day retreat, Fr. Mary Miner, Mary Kay Sweeney, and Diane Ropert browse through the Jacobson imparts the Papal Blessing to lm' pamphlets available for all retreatants. deI'C1aSSm9D- 56 Seniors Stage "Song of Bernadette" sash As a suitable presentation for the penitential season of Lent, Senior-players dramatized "The Song of Bernadette." Across the footlights came the inspiring message of Franz Werfel's novel, bringing to life the wonders of the Lourdes apparition. "The Lady is there!" Bernadette Soubirous fjoanne Montagnel kneels in reverence and awe at the Lourdes' Apparition. Seeing no one, Marie fBernadette Villeneuvej and Jeanne KCarol Wendtj look on in bewilderment as Bemadette prays with Our Lady during the first ap- parition. While his wife CMary Etta Fisherj sits by quietly, Francois Soubirous CSandra Periorj accuses his daughter Bemadette of lying after Marie relates the events that transpired at the grotto. 57 ir . . X Mcrcmns Experience I I wi 11 1 If Joys 0- Christmas 4' ' At Mercy, preparation for Christmas com- mences with the lighting of Advent wreaths. As the holidays draw closer, doors and bulletin boards are decorated with seasonal scenes. Cli- maxing the festivities are the traditional food- giving convocation and homeroom parties with wishes for a holy and happy holiday season. ml GUN.- Eager tots enjoy the antics of the Easter bunny as he pays an out-of-season visit to the biology room. l fs if fri As the Senior Chorale intones "O Come, All Ye Faithful," the dramatics class presents ax l l 4 The true meaning of Christmas reigns in the Chapel, adorned with the setting of our Savior's birth. Greens and pointsettas surrounding the manger add an artistic touch to the humble scene. I . AA reps, Sue Meagher, Mary Kay Sweeney, and Judy Morrison, stack and tableau dePlCtlng the adoration of the Christ sort Mercians' gifts to the poor at the annual Christmas food-giving pro- Child by shepherds and Magi. gram. 59 Hanna 4Mary Etta F isherj is horror-stricken by the sudden appearance of Lydia C Pat O'BrienD. Alice CEi1een Lambl struggles to escape in this climactic scene from "Early Frost." Thespians Play Return Engagement For the second year, Mercians presented "Dramacade," a series of one-act plays designed to entertain while giving potential actresses a challenge and a chance to learn. Performing for enthusiastic audiences, the drama students proved their skill in acting, directing and staging plays. While Nan Hannon checks her cues, Sally Leibhan artistically applies AS an interlude Jer,-e Harding does a parody of a Donna Deedler's make-up before curtain time. peasant dancer. 60 Abby 1Nancy Sullivanj, attempting to murder Rosalie CBernadette Vil- leneuveb with sleeping pills, is thwarted when Mrs. Grant CMargaret Ann Colej enters in the final scene of "Undertow." Prince Simon fSandra Periorj disclose his secret to Princess Camilla CCarol Wendt? in "Ugly Duckling." After a successful performance, the cast of the Junior production, "Alice in Wonder- land," gathers back-stage for an informal picture. 61 Dads Ste P ut to '20's Beat Mr. Thompson, father of the night, receives a lov- ing kiss from his proud daughter, Yvonne. "It's the cat's pajamas" was the refrain heard on November 11 as the Junior Class presented the Dads and Daughters' Dance, H23 Skiddoof' Skits in the Rosarium provided a ready retreat for foot-weary dads. Memory-minded Mercians were able to record the events of the evening with photographs in the cafeteria. "Oh, Johnny oh . . . ," the refrain sung by Dorothy Mezget, a Junior flapper, draws chuckles from dads, and giggles from their dates. 'TE 3 E las.-. Keeping with the Sadie Hawkins theme, Sue Szalma and Jane Barbour turn in their dance tickets to Virginia Knight, Lynn Legenhause, and Pat O'Brien. A.A. Defies Supcrstitions l Athletic Association officers wished each other "Rots of Ruck" as they consulted calen- dars to select a date for their annual sock hop. Superstition reigned as queen, while black cats, M. broken mirrors, and other symbols of luck i g - both good and bad - comprised decorations for the dance on Friday-the-thirteenth. I nn.,. ncn, , 5. nnnn Toni Charest, A.A. president, and Dr. and Mrs. Sumrill An interested throng watches as Toni Charest gives five dollars oversee the successful sock hop. to the king of the sock hop. 63 Sharon, Her Knight, and thc Music A corsage of white carnations with pink accents complement Sharon's blue brocade dress. Mr. and Mrs. james O'Laughlin greet their daughter's escort, Carlo Dall'Olmo. Shades of blue enhance the souvenir dance programs distributed by Sue Sullivan, Student Council Secre- tary, and her "knight," J im Kordek. A memorable evening is anticipated by Sharon as she purchases her ticket from Mrs. Fox. rustled as couples danced to the strains of Leaves," played by Bob Durant's Orchestra. Christmas vacation and the wonders of Cobo Hall are discussed while Katie Moran, Ken Thomas, Sharon, Carlo, Mike Mithen, Donna Miller, Bob Paris, and jacki Phillips have refreshments. ANNUAL ALUMNAE BALL PLACE1 COBO HALL DATE: DECEMBER 29, 1960 PRESENTED BY: STUDENT COUNCIL FEATURING BOB DURANTS ORCHESTRA TYPICAL COUPLE: SHARON OLAUGHLIN AND CARLO DALLOLMO Sharon and Carlo admire the awesome view of the Detroit-Windsor skyline from the spacious roof top parking lot of Cobo Hall. awmw-frxwfrxrv 1 , er.. I B 'ff-was, w.f,sm:"'-w-,. , ,, ,,f.,,s-wasws54ivaw:s..wvf. I 66 YGUTH--F LL GRACE, - " ' -, f a. x X VE illli ll i N X I , 'I V!!! N lWi2'W'l 5' " ' iid- ,www limi x X XR 1 il SN mx P ' X X, ix ill - -'-maN '- Y , ' . .Q " 'N x 1 . WN ,I is X' 1 l. '- -,.. ia .nh .iii -T fill its -fu a lll X. ig . ! "l's 67 FORCE, FASCINATIO OLM exists for all her students. However, the younger members of this scholastic family claim her special devotion. Can one detect an underclassman? It isn't difficult, if one will only look. The twinkling eyes of her newest arrivals express eagerness to become a part of their school. Rulers, protractors, and flash-cards are the tell-tale signs of the searchers for wisdom, the sophomores. Look into any room marked junior, and you see activity and anticipation- the Dads' and Daughters' Dance, Junior Trip, Junior-Senior Prom, senior year. Each day of an underclassman is a busy one, but one that brings much joy for it is lived under the loving care of Our Lady of Mercy. SOPHOMORES Class Colors: Mint Green and Silver Class Motto: Forward Ever, Backward Never ., ,. wg I 'NW . 4 ij 5 ' ffl mf, P NET: , Q N lg?" iz.-g N i iv- '-V 'v I- ,Q H Sl ,w V r WS 'li'--, , 'X ' " ox ' fe- - . was 'fb X , ,ji .Q 'I' mas, Afllt Nw . " 'xi xx - , ,Q -if fi WS' IZVTQ-fi: ,Vi t 'QM' .1 ' , "' ,, A ' -'r"F1'a-- X -I , jytaxh yf' -343 fl I E I .,,, , JT: W fear, 'J Underelass FRESHMAN CLASS: Carol vice-presidentg Anne Patton, secretarygl Judy Sallot, president: Kristine Wilson,l FRESHME Cl ass Colors: Class Mottoi "xx Nfl l- L. I, H' Ley x W fi ' ,,Nlr'rIl 1' 5' ffi5f.9l5 - -7 - - ' '41 A " ' A C fa, f I f 3, ' N V 5-is : ' iff Q' LU, V , .a SOPHOMORE CLASS: Patsy Birney, secretaryg Karen Chop, treasurerg Kathy Crowley, vice-presidentg Andrea Barzone, presidentg Sister Mary Boniface, class moderatorg Sue Sullivan, student adviser. 68 Gffieers J UNIORS Class Colors: Rose and Navy Blue Class Motto: Each for Each Other and All for God X 'Rs X ' X A' ' Q". X- -. s '. Ng" : j4,.' .P was 'S X. ' , rr' " a ff' if of ' 1 , q - -f . 113 3" -egg' lr :f y f W G' - V , Y .li L y, . 1, rvwlxr N urerg Sister Mary Jeanne, 51 f 16' -l fl ls moderators Fran Comito, It K ,I . 1 1, 1' f ' X d nt adviser. 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' f M J Cheryl Bradley Mary Lynn Dennig Carol Dicker Nancy Dillon Susan Dudzinski Kathleen Dul Charlene Dycio Carole Dyer Geraldine Dynak Jeannine Erdman Jane Erpelding Trina Erst Diane Evangelista Josephine Falzon Margaret Ferry Betty Finnegan Claudette Flum Doreen Franc Diane Galameau Janet Gallagher Mary Ann Garrity Carol Gauthier Margot Geisler Catherine Gluski Janet Gorshe Patricia Gorton Charlene Gostynski Rhoda Gougherty Rosemary Gustina Sheila Hanks Mary Hanlon Jacquelyn Harding Barbara Hart Susanne Harvey Susan Hay Patricia Hayes L .P Y, " - WM.. ., as- ' Q- 5. Q img -.f g,.3,, ,' ,iw .fr 'ff . J af ' ' J " ' -1. -f '15 'gi - 'C T235 Yziii gf, WGA' . 375551 A fe gf, .JE ,lf , .itifli L: I '35 J' --W fu f 'f , 1' 1?:,?1fJf2: ', i is Homeroom 204 Sister Mary Ignatius, RSM Freshmen Linda Lockhart and Michele McBain appear to enjoy doing dirty dishes provided by the Seniors. Donna Healy Clare Hippler Barbara Houghton Emilie Hretz Jane Immethun Kathleen Jekot Jennifer J enereaux JoAnn J unker Mary Kavanagh -H ,Z , 'fr HX, 5 . L ef .K 'G fcjligliqirfw 'I' ' A ' KW . jg -as .M .W -The ,3- zijn K P. 5 wi , ' 3 J is is L ,nm na. ,agp , J XM , ' aw: . , . if ..1:-,-- ,K 1 :SQ-5 W' gr' xg ., get . 'Pea 1: :' w e - F' .:.: si f 3 if S .4 Q li 3 ' 212, my - ,L 4 I 9 if ' H1 32 NT ,ai rs ' if Y Q, 1 .F . 1 3 :rw .ur .ws .ab fe ,- ,,f f, .13 f ,,.-L " Z A "ll ffl' il iw C 'fm 3, :L ww, f, . , ,, 3, ,Q aw 1,1153 .-,W 1 'f""'!' f J L"-Mi' ,:, iiif, T '1',-f. ,fy gwIfi2Qi'Le ' if AW 'Q K 1 at Q ' W w w ,. , We 2, LE E., K 7 ff..l,,,s:V ,frm ' 1 .Q ,fx E Q62 ef' The locker room candy machine SGTVES 8 two fold purpose. While Marilyn Valone combs her hair, Sharon Trader and Kathleen Zwolak look over the supply of tasty tidbits. Gale Hanifan Bernadine Kwiatkowski Kathleen McKane Marjorie Milkovich Pamela Mowatt Diane Noble Catherine O'Brien Patricia Oss Paulette Perrone Anna Petrozzi Patricia Powell Michele Primo Ellen Quillin Sharon Robak Mary Jane Rothgeb Antoinette Runski Carol Schoelch Ellen Sipracki Sharon Steslicki Mary Wroblewski Elizabeth Zielinski Carol Caul Karen Chopp Marie Couillard Dorothy Curtin Mary Dantzer Carolyn Flint Diane Aceti Marie Rose Baals 9, Andrea Barzone Monica Gail Biddinger G V' tv' l Nanette Bourbeau -V 1 '- " 3 A Vi ,n w Cynthia Brzozowski , .'-- I Patricia Carney ,lg X f' ,t ' ff. an Q 2 , Nt Homeroom G6 Mary Kay Blashiu V Va -A Q C teettt W 3 w e ,Q as E 3 K A, r Yi lf-. as , Sister Mary Laurentina, RSM. fbi 1' . , ,, ,. lv ST X j if 'Q F 1 r ip ' -V K fr: , C 4: ' "'fj F ifi C. ,t,, . ,-.- X V' V12 I W ' 3 'ff ... K H iff' ' S i l . .L V, , i -A 4. 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W Q wg, ,A M K 'Q He l 2, f Karen Duffy Evelyn Dysarz Paula Francis Diane Frechette Carole Gellenbeck Rosemary Gilbert Janet Glander Carol Goodyear Yvonne Granata Mary Hall Kathleen Harrington Joanne Hedberg Joan Kendall Judith Kerezi Patricia Keyosky Sharon Kinsinger Mary Korth Dianne Krentler Homeroom G7 Mrs. Eleanor Kelley Christina Larson We 1 fa , . . , K I :fy f Catherine Leonard 1 I V " , , , I ' r janet Lingle in . ' ' Ll d . V' W . 'Ve fr Mary Lorraine Johnston obtains a passport to an "evening of Patricia .Oy "' , , ' -44 - ,, , Carol Lubmskas ,ref enchantment as she purchases a ticket to the Alumnae Ball L g 6 from Fran Comito. fi s I tl dl Marioara Manica , iiiin I Li L'i. g f Dianne Martoia ' I A it im ff- ' Beverly Matuscak l F Isabel McCann 1, Mx' "' J df ff Sandra Seehaver , il 'r-, , Kaye Shanahan Qi? S' I 'ir - 1 Susan Sheridan W f' of K, ,, :" my , ,ne A Susan Stoffer 3, f - 5 ,,'- E Julia Tata F, A A , Y K - X r' Gayle Ulbrich Denise Vannier Elaine Ventittelli Judith Walters Christine Weiler Marsha Wlodyga Diane Wolford is A A f nr ., yd, , , , u M 'Af K , rw. ,ig ,mai K l 2 , st, xi 'Q if n. J V ,N F ' 1 .- N .1 1 1 Q3 f .J .. w55Zi!5Li ,Q , 152215125 E Q at F X Y Linda Androff Jane Barbour Margaret Bergin Patricia Birney Janet Boase Suzanne Boyce ou Ellen Brosseau Sara Busse Diane Carroll Veronica Celesky Sister Mary Margretta RSM Kathleen Connolly Kathryn Donivan Cynthia Forde Maureen Kelly Barbara Kiedrowski Margaret Gauthier Patricia Gail Haywood Lin Henwood Mary Herdell Joan Hoppenrath Kathy Kalil Pamela Keeling Janice McAleer takes time out from her day to seek inspiration and consolation in the quietness of the chapel Susan Lakin Patricia Madigan Colleen McGowan Linda McLachlan Yvette Noel Kathleen Ozak Jo Ann Perry Patricia Prayner Marilyn Pringle Mary Quirk Ruth Anne Rondina Patricia Rouen Janet Sacker Margaret Skown Christine Taylor Virgiline Thibault Marie Vavrek Christy Weglarz Elizabeth Wollenberg Carol Young Antoinette Yuergens Homeroom 202 Mary Jo Lee Diane Lepage Theresa Maloney Mary Lou McSweeney Diane Antosch Gloria Barry Leslie Bell Paulette Bibik Cecile Blaquiere Mary Ellen Bozynski Karen Brown Patricia Cadovich Margot Carroll Elaine Charest Patricia Connors Elaine Cote Kathleen Crane Kathleen Crowley Karen Dunville Trudi Erst Suzanne Heimbuch Lorraine Krajewski Kathleen Lauchlan Sister Mary Boniface, RSM. aiu A ' EL H 5552 4 ' Q? 23 Patricia Molloy Kathleen Murtagh .fe ..., ..., fw .4 I si as M 5 3216 YT' 'Elf . ' xfsgjfrgg I Q 5 ,f 2 N .,, e L-fr. X, ,, Nancy Schiele, a flapper from the "Roaring Twentiesf' helps Nancy Sul livan and Mary Kelly prepare a tray of refreshments for their dads Lee Annette Roy Cheryl Schillinger Patricia Slauter Judy Smith Kathleen Stahl ..iw f . a. me 1 , ,. ,'m-- yr I In f,M.,,f:, Kathleen Nufer , W5'f1ls f - f at Natahe Pakula J Andrea Petersen . K , I Liga , -' 2. sii ' l , 1 "'f' f ff,-is sz: 1 , ,,k. s ,. ,.,,. - L , r i V V 54 7-fg-" . Pletrina Pollzzi V ,"'- S ' W H , L L Ann Pressel V ML I Q- .af 1-.Q "' t r , 1 Joanne Quaine A' F' X-mE. V ' mELf::?1f. " 5 ' -. , Hs wh, l." 0'-51 V" , f 'I .,.i- MC ' 3 " ' Kathleen Rath ",f " ' . gi, 3. , .. T:V.k,..,i,. I ,QQ haw, i ff .T is Diane R op ert QQ -.-' i -.,,' ',.' 7 ' 'fr I K' ' ' ' iff-iVf 'f "hl -- 1. ' 'ffflffiiiii , K "'S2-3iieiL5i a K' - ., V S 1 f l ? ' sssy A as irfffiy f: y ,, A Q , - e: ',,, li , ,f A A I A, - s Ga- r ,x . A.: ,,:.,kg,. I H, : LL, 1 ery, I - .V-573,775 if fi .kky A. ge - 75551 3 3 My 3,2335 , msg .' f K ",, '- K f-afwlf' . 1 ' - ff'1,'s??H . - eliiggffg W rY'r '7 f . ' 1 ,f ,' . '-X . 78 Rita Ann Teichman Mary Ann DiPotie Donna Downarowicz Kathleen Fisher Patricia Forget Jackie Frazier Susan Gallaher Joann Gignac Kathleen Gilmore Rosemary Glavin Carol Gordon Noreen Haggerty f", ir it-'V Joanne Handysides Kathleen Harkness Sharon I-Iaug Margaret Herr After Freshmen "stagger" into their late lunch hour, they quickly revive as they consume sandwiches and exchange the latest news. Helen Heinrich N Suzanne Kasno Ann Kennedy Homcroom 207 Sister Mary Protasc, RSM Judith Kerr I J Judith Konrek J 1, e"' 3 ,V e Ifi J Barbara K W' is .5 Q 9' T i J 'S owasz .s A 1 L Jia- M, , an ra to r . f - X X I W' yfgr K, .. fl Margaret Link 1154 Patricia Maher A H , m f . Janet Marklow ,gil X "" i 3 as M aw Q A 1 Barbara Mason A - --4 fi Janice McA1eer v if W7 J . X Kathleen McElman ' Mary Mueller A r J,Lh , J Susan Schweyer A :Q f. 'ff m i an, I - y is NAM- H s , -- K Q33 ,, . Doreen Selegan - 1' ' ' K'-:Laff y of 'tg ' W- A . " . .-1e 4 Kathleen Semanski x A X . 5 i'-, A --.e 33- Janet Sheehan - H W X Q V fl ' Q Katharine Smart - . I -'e' "1 ' Rebecca Smith ' J, A Mary Anne Stella - - 'V 'i'- 1 ' . , 5 if ir seie I 1, H - . - il .-. A l',t Q i ' '2 Maw K' SY'ee"ey tsnrn rg F '72 iits 6 Maw TYUPIHHO lsii 1 J 'Q tiff Y 15 ' f F if Mary Katherine Verreau Vii ii'i ,ii - V HQ qi V Marilyn Witham - fi 3 F ' Q 1 I Q Sf 79 Kathleen Mary Biddinger Barbara Boes Patricia Cahill 5 r Information about coming events is obtained from the Patricia Dailey official bulletin board maintained by Bernadette O'Neil1. Homeroom G5 Mrs. J ane Froslie Susan Greene Win Mary Harkness Mary Lorraine Johnston Janet Kaminski Mary Kennedy Kathryn Kurtz Nancy Lorenzen Sue Meagher Lois Moran Mary Ann O'Connell Nancy Patten Gloryana Sawicki Judith St. Germaine Michaeleen Taraszkiewicz Yvonne Thompson Rosemary Wilhelm Carol Yancura Patricia Beaudrie S . 1' Marilyn Boehne , f ia.. i ft nyer Q if i y an V J' M i ,fil bk Ng, . ' Gail Chop Sandra Clawson Victoria De Guisti Christine DeRosier Mary Jo Dingeman Carol Dmochowski Kathleen F avier Lynn Ford Mary Formwalt Carol Gibson 80 461 3 49,21 . l Y . ki fr- Q 5 r ff Ii 1 T , 1.91 rs., ,5 P Nr' 3 ,D 'I' ,. . K .. , .. gf Wfr Sy 'T' M if ,M . f sn:J,a,x,g.7 -X3 ,I ,,v V .V Q fir 'i if any W I A f Q .ir VV l , Vpamngi l i L Mary Ann O'Conne1l adjusts the camera as Yvonne Thompson and her dad pose for one of the 130 pictures snapped by News Print photographers at the Dads' and Daughters' Dance. Homeroom G8 Sister Mary Victor, RSM Patricia Olesky Sharon Pritchard Patricia Quinn Kathleen Radford Mariellen Ross Janice Shell Gail Speron Nancy Trupiano Eleanor Van Dessel Kathleen Warzynski Marilyn Wills Margaret Wright , i' , Jane Anderson ,A Rosafm Baron . fait? Carol Ann Belardinelli , P' A V A Q ytil it A Delia Bradley "' " "' C 1 Q Iii . rwfjf fb .QL .3 fig- . IVVVV gig Cynthia Chesney i ii' it p ' F Shiela DeLozier H ,I Q I Julie Dickson 9' fx- ,V K, 'if 3 " J' Mary Ann Drew f f' W7 Y , Mary Nell Farron A ' t Ellen Feinstein , W V Andrea Figler Q. ,rg ' 4 it 'Y I I rv- Cheryl Foucault rg, - 'J' ' "iih is If Carole Frederick V-cfilf V A Carmen Galea A, X it A A ,eip ft, f i , i i Mary Galvin W 'ipgzi X- ' Y if Diane Healy ff 5 qs . QQ Susan Keefe fliiw-2 " 'AD' 5' ,"' ,I M- , If . -gig I l M v it A ,""" -- N ' A ' Patricia Kelly ii I f .,,' ' Q Barbara Jean Kirn I I ' V, A it f Susan Kowalski V 5 r ,L W Ann Kreitmeyer fp A I f .. -6- md? Dorothy Mezget X -. in 1755 -iff: Q: ,xg Judy Morrison X A if Nancy Nelsen 7: 3 ' - ,N 7 Q '51 r 4 fr -s . I 1 M3 'V i P '- ' I n f ff r 3 we Ji- - 'X 1 If . ' f i ,. 1- S .. W M i . do df . . .S ,tr S K . ' "P" ky - get I Pi, r -' 1 H I, 2 : ,, ' 81 '33 X if if K if if 1' filiilissw 1-52,53 is 3 2. -1 ' Q 19 it , 5 Susan Aldred Barbara Anderson Marilyn Baron Sue Burke Kathy Coleman Karen Crittenden I Vi m 3iW5Q17f'.l K Y f ' l lkihif , , 4 ff - . K H aemis iw. , , 4: ' L A .Yi K use-is , . 'fi - .,,, W hiz - m e A Q95 ' ww? Q c- A . Q if , ' i in as S M gg eena 'E " ,. - H.gfg,,A,. - , ogy M . -f f. 5 , ,'..' . L Q I ii ,e'- X .'., V if ' Y ,,- K fl" i 1 iv its A I in , ia K V , ,,,-A ll kj, V f ' " , 'X f ' Kathleen Curtin 11, :fm 5 ,. l A' 7-f 321 ii fi 3 Constance Dakshaw .g i-9 3' , ' ' K fl, Elaine EISYZTO . i I - 2 'affix ' Vlrgmla Foley Lf f ss '. "" l Nancy Gerger riiiliw EV is ,f f . A r. 5 J Ljfilli Ann Grant Catherine Hasey an it cf f 3 Q5 at fi! is K it x .Y .L M' l Homcroom 105 ' . l :S kr K ' , A 1 , H a. , 9' " Sharon Jamison 5, ' , Eleanor Johnson Sister N i . c ,... 5 , I ,',., Karen Kent S. Maureen Long L-,'L ' W' If ' afeaw ' I Lei." ' Margaret Ann O'Hara Michele Ondre Sue Permaloff Diane Plenda Francine Potter Rose Regan Ann Seguin Ann Simoneau Karen Smith Barbara Sorenson Dianne Stock Carol Vachon Pamela Withey ' T11 'A we f.5Hffe,,1 5 Y:'f274?Qiff3 i4?f'l'V -' -- ' ' X .iii IjfZQ3igf'Z U wi:i'iWCj.71 ir ' 1 5 -1 f ' 5 Barbara Lustica Barbara McCarthy Nancy McCartney Mary Miner Mar Alicia, RSM. Gloria Newman Patricia O'Brien .z-fi V711EUU'lTi3'?fP?ISEi'i'.1. . .1-wfmf9'fw?'f'2a1g: ,I , " -:ff 21wf'fw,ffgfm4'z12 f 7'WZl5f'9'8f1 A 1. '2 , ., . - a s ffsfa " -- -' ' f W ii: I 5 - 5- ,vi.7"f G. - . . zz," 4" ' Z if V. 4 l- . f , 4-' wisww.u:,?f -V ' are - 5 -- .2 '. ., nw ----" 1 .. .. 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X, L 4, -Q Q Q Elaine Benedetti Mary Brosius Kathleen Brzezinski Erin Burke Maryann Cianciolo Sherry Cyrol Lola Dick Camilla Fitzgerald Carole Gayney Judy Hay Cheryl Hill Lynn Howitt Linda Jannuzzi Josie Kircher Carole Kompienski Patricia Kulesa Sandra Liedel Audrey Mack Diane Macunovich Susan Myron Phyllis Nufer . Bernadette O'Neill we vp- 'I 4' .w M. :L K ' q .:z. '2 Q21 ,M . , ,1':'?1MZE' Q V ' ' f 5 2525, , My ' .7 .. Riva w ,,,. K A ,. 'Y 1 E' "" CT? ' ' 5 ' V X F ni .. K A k,., ,, 3 ,..m5.,Q i ' 'elffwlikzz . ..,?ig5ws?ka gr fs-ssfgm ,iff wgam rg- - isa .,,. ,, 3 'Z 3' V :ml .. :Tm bak w . -'2 ".2315i?5i: Carol Ann Purgatori Cheryl Riley Marie Rizzo Patricia Robinson Roberta Sacker Nancy Sampson Janet Simon Diana Skuzenski Georgia Stewart Patricia Troy Barbara White Dianne Young 84 H ., .QE gyms-A Qui, 4' Q, f omeroom 215 r H A ,. M., ,. 32: V: f X M QV --wsvmgzgd. N ii, Rf I Lg Q 5 W' x T. s f . .. ig 5 -. .1 sag: 4-0' iii? 5 , ,,. 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Nancy Seberger Sandra Woolen G y l lllly Catherine Baust Ja si " , ',1-L " fum, Q ,, ' Hf 1 fist? - Mary Buren ' V it H rf -f,- Mary Durocher ' V va' gif' xt Margaret Garrett l ff f l leel fl 17, l K 1 ,,VV 'ga ,l Judith Meredith 'S' - -i ,,-rL f 'A,t . iff Patricia Reddmgton ' "-" "" ll-- ' X . 'if'-f. t lli' V lx 4'f f ff Mildred Ryan 'qt is ,. MafY Blair i f if, .A ,tg lglary Acnne Collman la li K ' ,, I 115811 oy V , r,r,. Germaine Garrett Qt , fi z,,V 'ii Patricia Lalley . A A Sarah Maxwell f . Z X , mi ' L2 Claire McCanliss L L 1.1 f Mary Ann Wollums I 85 Aspirants Carol Knick and Pat Fagan manifest their love for Our Lady by a simple act of devotion. E IOR DISCOVER A BEGINNING IN ty K X. V ,Q A - ,MIM ' 3 Wiz- ' my . 11. I nr,-'-' ,. 'V ' ' -rl: 45, ' ' ,f 1 . A,,.,N x . WM . M, X if fix Q- , X ,.A ails' I x x K Q KN J 5' .W ' X 1? , . L II 1 I 1 X M V ff X X KW I X X X5 ,ag -uw ' Mg-V, - 5- 5, l L ' ,Q , Q' , 'cjw , ,f f, X A ' , A ., ft' '.Za4,,1.,.f . .. A. 'J I' ' 2. : 'Q 3 ' ' . A , ,sw , XA Q gr ' -w N. , X ' C' L43 A 5 ' ' V a,,,,,f . 1- jr--- . I , 2 .I ,- I el Q. ,, 'YM . , -25512 .F vi.- , I -. mf 53 .-Q ar il' -'V 5 f,,AI.!v'gFxEg 'g g c. ,4 , . , J Ssiv X' I 4 - ' il" if I ' xx." Manx, ,-, V 4, "'?. " Q xiii. I n 'Hg Q :N wg: 54 SM", gigs., ' ' ' 4 -kb ' . 1'-" qsxh, V,. ,ry -35 N , , The finished product of high school education is, of course, the graduating senior. She wears the academic gown, symbol of knowledge. She carries the diploma, symbol of success. Senior activities at GLM have been geared to many goals: more perfect spiritual life, mas- tery of academic courses, and honors in extra- curricular activities. Some aspirations were fully realized, some achieved only in party and some abandoned because they were but dreams. What- ever the case might have been, underlying all their efforts and enriching their success was the desire to attain the virtues of their class motto -goodness, discipline, and knowledge. si: 3 Sl NY? Q 1 If ff 'gi'- f y 1 1 YQ. nlllix X i , xx X85 fzfrfli il-1 ll 16, , ' , xr f N 87 ...gh ,v "C.T' I SUSAN ALLEN SHARON AMELOTTE JO ANN ANDREWS IRENE ASTROSKY N-...J-I 'Q-f' K L SANDRA YAMARINO ELAINE DI MATTEO PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SISTER MARY GEORGETTA, R.S.M. SENIOR CLASS MODERATOR W9-'W A I FRANCES BALBAUGH MARGARET BANAR VIRGINIA BANAS CATHERINE BANAT 88 FRANCES BARBER JUDITH BARRY Teach Me Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge MARY JO BAYNHAM VIRGINIA BENNER "'-' un-nn KAREN BARRY JOANNE MONTAGNE SECRETARY MARY LYNNE BERAS FRANCES YERMAK TREASURER CYNTHIA BOETTCHER nur" PATRICIA BRADY q,1, , ..:,A A CHRISTINA BROWN RAIR I , IAI. MARY BRENNAN RENEE BROUILLET C1 ass C01Ors: Blue and Silver J EAN N ETTE BROWN SUZANNE BURTON DAWN CALICE MARGARET ANN COLE KAREN CARRIERE 90 DQ' 'mv fi x-y GLORIA CENZEAR SUSAN CHABOT MARIETTA CHAREST ADELE CHARETTE VH-. ia, 1 5,, ix X J 1, . A 512 , A 41.7. .V Mgffaf, 1 it 2. ' I ' 1 I-, -", , lx H n, ' ' :J CAROL CHAUVIN 1? DELPHINE CISLO SANDRA CAPILLA CYNTHIA CHURSKI SHARON COLEIN 91 SHARON COLEMAN NANCY DALECKI MARY RITA DANAHER "WD MARY FRANCES MARY CRANE COMITO PATRICIA CURRAN Mary Dugan assists Ginger Banas, while Donna Deedler, Diane Zarza, and Nancy Davidson make a final adjustment on their tassels before Ring Blessing Ceremony. . ""?" NANCY DAVIDSON DONNA DEEDLER CHARLENE DE GENNARO 92 i DIANE DE LORENZO BARBARA DOBBS SHARON DOBBS """""?' ROSEMARIE DONATI JUDITH DRAWE KATHRYN DUDZINSKI MARY DUGAN Waiting patiently for their turn at the camera, Barb Morrow, Judie Nix, and Janet Oakes page through a yearbook at K. Mac Studio. -aux!" CAROL DURRER ELIZABETH FABECK MARY ETTA FISHER 93 PATRICIA FISHER MARY FLUM LYNN GAYN EY ELLEN FLEMMING JOYCE FORD SUSAN GAYNEY 94 if G7 T , N 1 i Printing names on Christmas can boosted sales and clinched secor place for Seniors in the school driv SHIRLEY FREDA ., I nf ..,,, r CPM? DELPHINE GEAL , 3.5 ' S , A i , 1,,V, V ' 525' - AX , i . , ,gn v 'I , ffore packing, the cards are check- for errors by Senior joumalism DEN ISE GEISLER dents. . VIRGINIA GERHARD W, PATRICIA GILLIS "1-1. RUTH ANN GOLDBACH PATRICIA GOSS 95 VIRGINIA GELLENBECK MARY ANN GIVEN wmv MARIE GRAHAM ANN GROH -My NANCY I-IANNON PATRICIA HALLAMEYER JANET HANIFAN JERRE HARDING ri X A an , Masqueraders Janet Oakes and Mary Dugan share a joke with Sister Mary Frederic at the Halloween party sponsored by the Senior Class. SUZANNE HARTEL JUDITH HEDBERG BARBARA HENNIGAR KARAN HIGGINS 96 KATHLEEN HIGGINS PATRICIA HILTZ CAROL HOPPENRATH DOROTHY HOULDSWORTH Q' CAROL HUGHES Everyone from Jack Frost to the Cisco Kid was present to celebrate as Seniors surprised the Sister Faculty with a Halloween Party. 40-Q R HELEN IVORY DIANA JAEGER KATHLEEN HUHN MARLYS JANSSEN 97 DIANE JOHNSON CONSTANCE KELLY ROSEMARY KEANE KATHLEEN KEEFE ANNE KELLY MARY KELLY Charity reigns as Senior Sodalist Peggy Klenner and Ann Groh prepare clothes and toys for delivery to God's poor. CHRISTINE KENNEDY MARGARET KLENNER VIRGINIA KNIGHT 98 ,,f-vs MARY JO KOHN ELLEN KOTWICK MARY ELLEN KULESA JUDITH KOLIN SKI NOREEN KONNER Edwards Brothers' method of printing is the topic of conversation as Mary Lynne Beras, Virginia Gerhard, and Pat Goss meet Mr. Martin, our yearbook repre- sentative, at the D.S.P.A. convention. +hK PATRICIA LAHIFF EILEEN LAMB 99 JACQUELINE KOTT 19' DONNA KRAMER PATRICIA LAMBERGER JANET LA MOTTE -Q 41 . , if f 5 L Q, r -' 1 , n ,QM gg V. ,, Q A . 1 if Q. , nd 'VX .if 11 9 3' Ei, A QYXXSEQWX LYNN LEGENHAUSE 1 CAROL LEE Senior 'Perry Comes," Bern:-1de1 Villeneuve and Diane Perrone, a "Y""'?'!' CAROL LEGG SALLY LEIBHAN "f"' JUDITH UHEUREUX BARBARA JEAN LINDSTROM LILLIAN LOCKE 100 er the challenge to Mercian's in nuity at the Sodality Fair. CECILIA LONGEWAY ve? 11 PATRICIA LOLLINI GAIL LOFSTROM iff' BARBARA LORENZ "-foil MARILYN MADEJCZYK - SANDRA MAJOR """"ev BARBARA MALLEY 1 O 1 PATRICIA MALONE " EE- L, SUELLEN MARTIN ANNE MCAULIFFE MARY MCCARTHY PAULA MCCLARY MR'-Y J AN E MCDONOUGH The threat of a pink slip compells Katie Moran to take polish in hand and brighten her scuffed shoes. iss-1 gum.:-p MARY MCGREEVY KATHLEEN MCNAMARA MARGARET MICHALSKI DONNA MILLER 102 413' SANDRA MIREK PATRICIA MOAR Joanne Montague is awed by the striking displays being shown at the newly erected Cobo Hall as Detroit played host to 1960 National Auto Show. H , Q Q' KATHLEEN MORRISON BARBARA MORROW ELEANOR MODOVSKY """'TlPl BARBARA MORAN 5? up KATHLEEN MOLLOY KATHLEEN MORAN ,sr- -4rT"7r SYLV1 A MURPHY KATHLEEN NELLIGAN 7-sw 531. W,,, CAROL NEWBERY HELEN NOWICKI JUDITH NIX NANCY NOBEL PATRICIA NUGENT "Diamonds, rubies, and pearls" are exhibited by Chris Kennedy, Sodality co-prefect, as Rita Quinn, Margaret Michalski, and Kathie Ofenstein in- spect the jewelry contributions of the student body for Crosier missionary work. f"'9' pyfgg fx 2 JANET OAKES PATRICIA O'BRIEN KATHRYN OFENSTEIN SHARON O'LAUGHLIN 104 i' MARY MARGARET O'N EIL as BARBARA PATT DIANE PERRONE JACQUELINE PHILLIPS CAROL SUE PIENTA IANA PIERSANTE A VIRGINIA PIETRUCHA PATRICIA PRENTKE MARY ANN PRZYBYSZ 106 As prospective college students, ginia Gellenbeck, Nancy Davids Mary Rita Danaher, and Maril LORETTA POVINELLI VALERIE PURCOTT show an interest in the schol- display in the library. an .. , J OAN NE RADEMACHER RITA QUINN LYNN REDINGTON SUZANNE RENAUD DIANE RENZI MARGARET RIES WSW? JUDITH RINK 107 'W'-p CHARLOTTE ROLOFF BEVERLY ROSS KATHLEEN ROSSITER MARY ANN ROSSWURM 'fffhp BARBARA SANCHEZ RUTH SANCHEZ .af of: After lunch Joyce Ford, Pat Lollini, and Barbara Patt -1--ws' MARILOU SCHMIDT exchange graduation pictures and look over their rapidly mounting collections. -' 'lui .,,e...a-' MARION SCHULTZ MARCELLA SHEFFERLY JUDITH SHELL 108 ,'N.. DIANE SHOHA M 'QQ ROSALIE SOSNOWSKI p Y 4-fm" KAREN SQUIERS Ni' 'ITT' JAN ET SMITH JUDITH SMITH Sandra Yamarino, Senior Class president, en- joys the "Yogi Bear" approach used by Lore copy editor, Kathie Ofenstein, to encourage more yearbook patrons. ELAINE STEWART SUSAN STIFF 1 O9 PATRICIA SMITH d,,M, CARYL SPEICHER KATHRYN STRINGER ANN SULLIVAN MARY SULLIVAN "H, A 'N' SUSAN SULLIVAN PATRICIA SYKES L, KAREN TAVI LORRAINE THOMS NANCY SULLIVAN PATRICIA SULLIVAN Escorted by Pete Ajluni, U. of D. High Stud- ent Senate President, Sue Gayney reigned as Homecoming Queen over festivities climax- ing the football season. ,V .... ,. .,,. ..,:. -D K ' A Q A7 MARILYN TISDALE PENNY TOMPOR 3 qv-,-1-'J' N PATRICIA TROMBLY CAROLYN TUSHIS JUDITH VARANI 3' KATHRYN WENDERLICH CAROL WENDT CHRISTINE WOLSKI B.. X KATHLEEN WROBEL PATRICIA YOUNT DIANE ZARZA 111 Q. 4f.1""' BERNADETTE VILLENEUVE BARBARA JEAN WRIGHT BERNADETTE ZIMCOSKY ALLEN, SUSAN 19351 Stahelin, Detroit 19 KE 5-2478 AA. 1,2,3,45 H.E.C.C. 3,45 Sodality Rep. 1,4 AMELOTTE, SHARON 22251 Marlow, Oak Park 37 LI 6-2554 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Riding 35 F.T.C. 3 ANDREWS, JO ANN 13451 Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park 37 LI 6-4394 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 F.T.C. 3 ASTROSKY, IRENE 19775 Trinity, Detroit 19 KE 7-1497 A.A. 1,2,35 Commercial Club 35 LORE Staff 3 BALBAUGH, FRANCES 15066 Lamphere, Detroit 23 KE 4-4374 A.A. 1,3,45 Chorale 1 BANAR, MARGARET 7419 Grandmont, Detroit 28 Aspirant-Little Sisters of the Poor BANAS, VIRGINIA 16810 Biltmore, Detroit 35 VE 6-7731 A.A. 2,3,45 F.N.C. 45 F.T.C. 4 BANAT, CATHERINE 19126 Wexford, Detroit 34 TW 3-9116 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 F.T.C. 35 LORE Staff 2,35 NEWS PRINT Staff 3, Fea- ture Editor 45 Student Council Rep. 2 BARBER, FRANCES 2079 Harvard, Berkley LI 3-2157 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chapel Aide 3,45 French Club 15 F.N.C. 35 Sodality 4 BARNETT, BRENDA 18944 Kentfield, Detroit 19 KE 2-7468 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 3 BARRY, JUDITH 2660 Thomas, Berkley LI 3- 9873 A.A. 3,45 Library Aide 3,4 BARRY, KAREN 2660 Thomas, Berkley LI 3-9873 A.A. 3,45 F.N.C. 4 BAYNI-IAM MARY JO 17365 Vaughan, Detroit 19 KE 3-9524 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 F.N.C. 3 BENNER, VIRGINIA 27150 Orchard Lake Rd., Farming- GR 4-1944 ton A.A. 1,2,3,45 French Club 3,45 LORE Staff 2,3, Photo Editor 45 NEWS PRINT cub reporter 4 Senior Director BERAS, MARY LYNNE 23545 Cherimoor Lane, Southfield EL 7-1014 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 LORE Staff 3, Business Manager 45 Science Club Sec. 3, Pres. 4 BOETTCHER, CYNTHIA 1844 Tyler, Berkley LI 5-0735 A.A. 1,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 35 F.N.C. 3,4 BRADY, PATRICIA 18650 Ferguson, Detroit 35 VE 5-0159 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 3 BRENNAN, MARY 13985 Mansfield, Detroit 27 VE 8-4976 A.A. 1,2,4, Sec. 35 F.N.C. 35 Speech Arts Club 1,25 Student Council Pres. 45 Swim- ming Team 2,3 BROUILLET, RENEE 21400 W. Seven Mile, Detroit 19 KE 7-5581 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 3 BROWN, CHRISTINA 3300 Ellersoie, Baltimore 18, Md. Aspirant-Little Sisters of the Poor BROWN, JEANNETTE 19810 Evergreen, Detroit 19 KE 4-2595 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 Spanish Club 1,25 Speech Arts Club 1 BURTON, SUZANNE 15893 Evergreen, Detroit 23 KE 1-2040 A.A. 1,2,3, Rep. 45 Chorale 1 CALICE, DAWN 15600 Pembroke, Detroit 35 BR 3-2537 A.A. 1,2,35 Class Officer V.P. 15 Com- mercial Club 35 F.N.C. 35 F.T.C. 35 Stu- dent Council Rep. 2,4 CAPILLA, SANDRA 15373 Ward, Detroit 27 UN 1-7403 A.A. 2,35 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 35 F.T.C. 45 NEWS PRINT Typist 45 Spanish Club 2 CARRIERE, KAREN 27456 Five Mile, Livonia GA 2-3368 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 3 CENZER, GLORIA 18621 Prest, Detroit 35 VE 5-1322 A.A. 1,25 Commercial Club 3 CHABOT, SUSAN 3260 Kenmore, Berkley LI 2-9873 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 15 Sodality 2,4, Rep. 3 CHAREST, MARIETTA 13539 Wisconsin, Detroit 38 WE 4-3611 A.A. 1,3, Rep, 2, Pres. 45 Chorale 25 French Club 25 Sodality 2 CHARETTE, ADELE 19810 Plainview, Detroit 19 KE 1-9272 A.A. 1,2,45 Chorale 15 I-I.E.C.C. 45 So- dality 4, Rep. 1,2 CHAUVIN, CAROL 6724 Longacre, Detroit 28 LU 2-2316 A.A. 1,2, Rep, 3,4 CHURSKI, CYNTHIA 24810 Republic, Oak Park 37 LI 6-9775 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Bookstore Aide 35 Chorale 15 F.T.C. 35 LORE Staff 4 CISLO, DELPHINE 16757 Oakfleld, Detroit 35 KE 2-6569 Chorale 15 French Club 25 Speech Arts Club 4 COLE, MARGARET ANN 486 Wishbone Dr., Bloomfield Hills MI 7-1127 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Sodality 2,4, Rep. 35 Speech Arts Club 1,2 COLEIN, SHARON 2346 Buckingham, Berkley LI 4-7708 A.A. 1,25 Commercial Club 35 I-I.E.C.C. 3 COLEMAN, SHARON 19480 Fenmore, Detroit 35 KE 4-0152 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 35 French Club 1,2 COMITO, FRANCES 26350 W. Chicago, Detroit 39 KE 7-4070 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Bookstore Aide 25 Chorale 15 Class Officer Sec. 1, Pres. 25 F.N.C. 35 Library Aide Sec. 35 Sodality 3,45 Stu- dent Council Rep. 3, Treas. 4 CRANE, MARY 13167 Birwood, Detroit 38 Transfer Student CURRAN, PATRICIA 1512 S. 57th, Cecino 50, Ill. Aspirant-Little Sisters of the Poor DALECKI, NANCY 19241 Eureka, Detroit 34 TW 3-0876 Commercial Club 35 NEWS PRINT Typist 3,4 DANAHER, MARY 16905 Braile, Detroit 19 KE 3-7595 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Sodality 2,3,45 Speech Arts Club 2,3, Sec. 4 DAVIDSON, NANCY 20258 Vaughan, Detroit 19 KE 7-1622 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 3 DEEDLER, DONNA 14815 Vaughan, Detroit 23 KE 7-6321 A.A. 1,2,45 Chorale 15 NEWS PRINT Typist 45 Speech Arts Club 2,4 DEGENNARO, CHARLINE 6821 Longacre, Detroit 28 LU 1-5035 A.A. l,2,3,45 NEWS PRINT Typist 4 DELORENZO, DIANE 12771 Wyoming, Detroit 38 TE 4-8854 A.A. l,2,3,45 Chorale 15 F.T.C. 35 Speech Arts Club 3 DIMATTEO, ELAINE 28480 Lathrup, Lathrup Village EL 6-6064 A.A. l,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Class Oflicer V.P. 45 Commercial Club 35 F.T.C. 45 Student Council Rep. 1,3 DOBBS, BARBARA 14351 W. Ten Mile, Oak Park 37 LI 7-8145 Transfer Student DOBBS, SHARON 19509 St. Marys, Detroit 35 VE 7-5606 A.A. l,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 Speech Arts Club 3,4 DONATI, ROSEMARIE 19344 Biltmore, Detroit 35 VE 8-2682 A.A. 1,25 Chorale 15 Class Officer, Pres. 15 Commercial Club 35 Speech Arts Club 1. DRAWE, JUDITH 18312 Ashton, Detroit 19 KE 7-3865 A.A. 1,35 Commercial Club 35 F.T.C. 35 Treas. 45 NEWS PAINT Staff 25 H.E. C.C. Sec. 35 Student Council Rep. 2. DUDZINSKI, KATHERINE 3491 Kenmore, Berkley LI 3-6758 A.A. 45 F.T.C. 3 DUGAN, MARY 5093 W. Outer Dr., Detroit 35 UN 1-5762 A.A. l,2,3,45 NEWS PRINT Staff Artist 45 Riding 15 Spanish Club V.P. 25 So- dality 2,3,4 DURRER, CAROL 19428 Bentler, Detroit 19 KE 3-7454 A.A. 1,3,45 Commercial Club 35 F.N.C. 35 Orchestra 15 Sodality 3,4 FABECK, ELIZABETH 1809 Oakshire, Berkley LI 2- 3244 A.A. l,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 35 F.N.C. 3,4 FISHER, MARY ETTA 4209 Manor, Royal Oak LI 9-1055 A.A. 1,3,45 Chorale 15 Debate 2,35 French Club 45 NEWS PRINT Staff Writer 45 Speech Arts Club 1,2,3, Pres. 4. FISHER, PATRICIA 17645 Grandville, Detroit 19 KE 3-0837 A.A. l,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Latin Club 35 Speech Arts Club 2,3,4 FLEMMING, ELLEN 18551 Glenwood, Lathrup Village EL 6-3134 A.A. 1,2,45 Chorale 15 Library Aide 3,45 Sodality 2,3,45 Swimming Team 2 FLUM, MARY 23541 Manistee, Oak Park 37 LI 1-8092 Chorale l,2,3,45 F.N.C. 35 H.E.C.C. 1,25 LORE Stan' 3 FORD, JOYCE V 9597 Mansfield, Detroit 27 VE 7-2609 A.A. 1,45 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 35 NEWS PRINT cub reporter 45 Speech Arts Club 1,2 FREDA, SHIRLEY 16705 Fielding, Detroit 19 KE 7-5639 A.A. l,2,3,45 F.N.C. 3,45 Speech Arts Club 1 GAYNEY, LYNN 20037 Pierson, Detroit 19 KE 3-6812 A.A. 1,2,35 Commercial Club V.P. 35 Debate 25 F.N.C. 35 LORE Staff 35 Speech Arts Club 1,25 Student Council Rep. 1, V.P. 4 GAYNEY, SUSAN 20211 Gilchrist, Detroit 35 VE 8-9868 A.A. l,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club Treas. 35 French Club 1,25 F.N.C. 35 F.T.C. 3,4 GEAL, DELPHINE 8741 W. Outer Dr., Detroit 19 KE 3-8593 A.A. 4 GEISLER, DENISE 18490 Murray Hill, Detroit 35 VE 6-8589 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 35 H.E.C.C. 2,4 GELLENBECK, VIRGINIA 15750 Glastonbury, Detroit 27 VE 6-1957 A.A. 1,2,4, Rep. 35 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 35 Science Club 3, Publicity director 4. GERHARD, VIRGINIA 18962 Oakfield, Detroit 35 VE 6-8332 A.A. l,2,3,45 F.N.C. 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 LORE Staff 45 NEWS PRINT cub re- porter 45 Sodality 2,3, Sec. 45 Speech Arts Club 1,2,3, V.P. 4 GILLIS, PATRICIA 19476 Plainview, Detroit 19 KE 4-5123 A.A. l,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 Latin Club 15 Spanish Club 25 Speech Arts Club 1,2 GIVEN, MARY ANN 19428 Glenmore, Detroit 19 KE 3-6177 A.A. 3,45 Chorale 3, V.P. 45 Latin Club 35 Sodality 3 GOLDBACK, RUTH ANN 15544 Pembroke, Detroit 35 BR 3-2194 A.A. 1,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 35 H.E.C.C. 3 GOSS, PATRICIA 16800 Freeland, Detroit 35 VE 5-3826 A.A. l,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 F.N.C. 3,45 Sodality 2,3, Rep. 1,45 Speech Arts Club 2,3, Sec. 4 GRAHAM, MARIE 24430 Sherman, Oak Park 37 LI 1-8542 A.A. l,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Latin Club 35 Riding 1,25 Sodality 3,4, Rep. 2 GROH, ANN 9391 Meyers, Detroit 28 WE 4-5343 A.A. l,2,3,45 F.N.C. 3,45 Latin Club 35 LORE Staff 45 Sodality 2,3,45 Speech Arts Club 1,25 Swimming Team 2,3 HALLAMEYER, PATRICIA 2616 Matthews Dr., Baltimore, Md. Aspirant-Little Sisters of the Poor HANIFAN, JANET 13966 Piedmont, Detroit 23 VE 5-1143 A.A. l,2,3,45 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 3,45 Li- brary Aide 45 Swimming Team 2,3,4 HANNON, NANCY 52 Florence, Highland Park 3 TO 6-8290 A.A. 2,3,45 NEWS PRINT Typist 35 Riding 35 Speech Arts Club 2,45 Swim- ming Team 2 HARDING, JERRE 14521 Penrod, Detroit 23 BR 3-5433 H.E.C.C. 3,45 Speech Arts Club 4 HARTEL, SUZANNE 15355 Dolphin, Detroit 23 KE 3-7059 A.A. 35 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 35 F.N.C. 3 HEDBERG, JUDITH 17166 Ashton, Detroit 19 KE 1-3978 A.A. 1,3,45 Commercial Club 3 HENNIGAR, BARBARA 14123 Auburn, Detroit 23 VE 7-8817 A.A. 1,2,45 Commercial Club 3 HIGGINS, KARAN 2396 Buckingham, Berkley LI 4-1186 A.A. 2,45 Commercial Club 3 HIGGINS, KATHLEEN 21270 Lahser, Southfield EL 6-4159 A.A. l,2,3,45 Chorale 15 F.T.C. 35 Speech Arts Club 3 HILTZ, PATRICIA 18421 Westover, Detroit 19 EL 6-4368 A.A. l,2,3,45 Commercial Club 3 HOULDSWORTH, DOROTHY 19784 Mansfield, Detroit 35 BR 3-4558 ?.A. l,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club HOPPENRATH, CAROL 18921 Ferguson, Detroit 35 VE 5-6133 A.A. l,2,3,45 Chorale 15 French Club 2,3 HUGHES, CAROL 20312 Mansfield, Detroit 35 BR 3-2338 A.A. l,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 35 F.N.C. 35 Sodality 2,3 HUHN, KATHLEEN 2828 Gardner, Berkley LI 2-3747 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chapel Aide 45 F.T.C. Sec. 45 Latin Club 3,45 Sodality 3, Rep. 4 IVORY, HELEN 18024 Archdale, Detroit 35 KE 2-8634 A.A. 2,4, Rep. 15 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 3 JAEGER, DIANA 1761 Stanford, Berkley LI 8-1567 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chapel Aide 3,45 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 35 Sodality 2,3,4 JANSSEN, MARLYS 6148' Thorncrest, Birmingham MI 6-3806 A.A. 3,45 Commercial Club 35 Latin Club 35 Sodality 3,45 Student Council Rep. 4 JOHNSON, DIANE 19487 Plainview, Detroit 19 KE 1-2046 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 Speech Arts Club 3 KEANE, ROSEMARY 26627 Golfview, Dearborn CR 8-3631 A.A. 1,2,4 KEEFE, KATHLEEN 16815 Patton, Detroit 19 KE 4-1602 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 3,45 Speech Arts Club 1 KELLY, ANNE 16876 Sorrento, Detroit 35 UN 3-7386 A.A. 1,2,35 Chorale 15 NEWS PRINT Staff 3, Co-Editor 45 Speech Arts Club 3 KELLY, CONSTANCE 18757 Faust, Detroit 19 KE 3-6197 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 3 KELLY, MARY 14837 Vaughan, Detroit 23 KE 4-8153 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Speech Arts Club 1,2 KENNEDY, CHRISTINE 17435 Mt. Vernon, Southfield EL 6-1611 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Sodality 2, Rep. 3, Co-Pre- fect 45 Speech Arts Club 1,2,3 KLENNER, MARGARET 16534 Fenmore, Detroit 35 VE 6-7004 A.A. 1,2,3,45 F.N.C. 3,45 NEWS PRINT Staff Artist 45 Sodality 2,3,4 KNIGHT, VIRGINIA 16770 Huntington, Detroit 19 KE 3-4149 A.A. 1,2,3, Rep. 45 Commercial Club 35 H.E.C.C. 35 Swimming Team 2,3,4 KOHN, MARY JO 2814 Royal, Berkley LI 2-8432 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Debate 2,3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Sodality 2,3, Rep. 4 KOLINSKI, JUDITH 15303 Minock, Detroit 23 KE 3-5119 A.A. 1,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 35 Riding 3, V.P. 4 KONNER, NOREEN 18419 Forrer, Detroit 35 BR 3-4512 A.A. 1,3,45 F.T.C. 35 Latin Club 3, Pres. 45 LORE Staff 45 NEWS PRINT cub reporter 45 Speech Arts Club 2,3, Treas. 4 KOTT, JACQUELINE 19768 Plainview, Detroit 19 KE 1-6960 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club Sec. 35 Riding 1,2,3 KOTWICK, ELLEN 24700 Larges, Southfield EL 6-6855 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 Speech Arts Club 1,2 KRAMER, DONNA 16760 Pierson, Detroit 19 KE 5-1778 A.A. 1,2,3, Rep. 45 Riding 3, Pres. 4 KULESA, MARY ELLEN 23870 Rosewood, Oak Park 37 LI 6-6172 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 LORE Staff 4 LAHIFF, PATRICIA 19510 St. Marys, Detroit 35 VE 7-9559 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 Speech Arts Club 3,4 LAMB, EILEEN 20060 Greydale, Detroit 19 KE 4-5736 A.A. 15 Chorale 15 French Club Sec. 35 Sodality 3,45 Speech Arts Club 2,3 LAMBERGER, PATRICIA 2 Maplefield, Pleasant Ridge LI 5-0624 Riding 1,2, Pres. 3,45 Speech Arts Club 2 LAMOTTE, JANET 2110 Dorothea, Berkley LI 3-0611 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 35 Latin Club 35 Sodality 2 LEE, CAROL 19416 Faust, Detroit 19 KE 1-3587 A.A. 1,3,45 Chorale 15 French Club 45 F.T.C. 45 Sodality Rep. 1 LEGENHAUSE, LYNN 14442 Penrod, Detroit 23 VE 8-4729 A.A. Rep. 2, Treas. 3, Sec. 45 Chorale 1,45 F.N.C. 35 F.T.C. 45 Swimming Team 1 LEGG, CAROL 15389 Mark Twain, Detroit 27 VE 7-7054 A.A. 1,2,45 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 3,45 So- dality 35 Student Council Rep. 1,2 LEIBHAN, SALLY 17175 Faust, Detroit 19 KE 4-3021 A.A. 45 Chorale 45 F.T.C. 35 Speech Arts Club 3,4 L'I-IEUREUX, JUDITI-I 17144 Ashton, Detroit 19 KE 3-2613 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Library Aide 45 Spainsh Club 2 LINDSTROM, BARBARA 19313 Rosemont, Detroit 19 KE 4-1748 A.A. 1,2,3,4 LOCKE, LILLIAN 4426 Cogbill Road Route 10, Rich- mond 34, Virginia Aspirant-Little Sisters of the Poor LOFSTROM, GAIL 18890 Rainbow Drive, Lathrup Vil- EL 6-8493 lage A.A. 1,2,35 F.N.C. 35 H.E.C.C. 35 Span- ish Club 2 LOLLINI, PATRICIA 17380 Norborne, Detroit 40 KE 3-1478 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 35 So- dality 2,4 LONGEWAY, CECILIA 14101 Longacre, Detroit 27 VE 5-7159 A.A. 1,2,3, F.N.C. 3 LORENZ, BARBARA 31880 Nottingwood, Farmington GR 4-1157 A.A. 1,45 Commercial Club 35 F.N.C. 3 MADEJCZYK, MARILYN 13211 Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park 37 LI 6-3557 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 3,4 MAJOR, SANDRA 11425 Grandville, Detroit 28 VE 8-1555 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Speech Arts Club 4 MALLEY, BARBARA 18312 Glastonbury, Detroit 19 KE 4-2926 A.A. 1,2,45 Commercial Club 35 NEWS PRINT Typist 4 MALONE, PATRICIA 18474 Burt, Detroit 19 KE 8-1056 A.A. 1,2,45 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 35 Or- chestra 35 Spanish Club 2 MARTIN, SUELLEN 20035 Prevost, Detroit 35 VE 8-8938 A.A. 1,2,45 Chorale 15 French Club 1,2,35 Library Aide 4 MCAULIFFE, ANNE 13235 Cherrylawn, Detroit 38 WE 4-6542 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Swimming Team 2 MCCARTHY, MARY 17380 Appoline, Detroit 35 UN 1-3952 A.A. 1,25 Chorale 15 Science Club His- torian 3, V.P. 45 Speech Arts Club 1,2 MCCLARY, PAULA 20120 Patton, Detroit 19 KE 3-0945 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 French Club 3,45 F.T.C. 3 MCDONOUGH, JANE 14449 Faust, Detroit 23 VE 5-6331 A.A. 1,4, Rep. 2, V.P. 35 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 35 F.T.C. 45 Swimming Team 1,2, Co-Captain 3,4 MCGREEVY, MARY 14887 Vaughan, Detroit 23 KE 4-6386 A.A. 1,2,43 Chorale 13 Sodality Rep. 2,3, Treas. 43 Speech Arts Club 2 MCHUGH, MAUREEN 8219 St. Marys, Detroit 28 LU 2-9219 A.A. 1,2,33 F.T.C. 33 H.E.C.C. 1,22 Stu- dent Council Rep. 13 Swimming Team 2 MCNAMARA, KATHLEEN 10061 Vaughan, Detroit 28 VE 7-2668 A.A. 1,2,33 Chorale 13 French Club 3,43 F.N.C. 3,43 Library Aide 3,4 MICHALSKI, MARGARET 27084 Bell Rd., Southfield EL 6-7874 A.A. 1,2,3,43 F.N.C. 43 H.E.C.C. 43 NEWS PRINT Business Manager 4 MILLER, DONNA 23100 Sherman, Oak Park 37 LI 4-5355 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale 1 MIREK, SANDRA 18313 Westhaven, Southfield EL 6-4852 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale 13 F.T.C. 3,43 Sodality 2 ,3 INIOAR, PATRICIA 12003 Memorial, Detroit 27 VE 5-6886 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale 13 Commercial Club 33 F.N.C. 3,43 H.E.C.C. 4 MODOVSKY, ELEANOR 27400 Buckingham, Livonia GA 1-6399 A.A. 3,43 Latin Club 3,43 Riding 3,43 So- dality 3,4 MOLLOY, KATHLEEN 16716 Shaftsbury, Detroit 19 KE 3-9160 A.A. 1,23 Chorale 13 F.T.C. 33 NEWS PRINT Staff Writer 3,4 MONTAGNE, JOANNE 16810 Greenview, Detroit 19 KE 2-4478 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Class Officer Sec. 2,3,43 De- bate 23 F.T.C. 3,43 NEWS PRINT cub reporter 43 Sodality Rep. 2,33 Speech Arts Club 1,2,3,4 MORAN, BARBARA 16517 Heyden, Detroit 19 KE 1-1211 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Commercial Club 33 F.T.C. 33 Swimming Team 2 MORAN, KATHLEEN 2756 Cumberland, Berkley LI 3-5132 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Debate 43 LORE Staff 43 Speech Arts Club 2 MORRISON, KATHLEEN 11353 Evergreen, Detroit 28 VE 5-0004 Chorale 13 F.N.C. 3,4 MORROW, BARBARA 20417 Olympia, Detroit 40 KE 4-2438 A.A. 2,3,43 Bookstore Aide 43 Chorale 23 Science Club 3, Treas. 43 Sodality 2,3,43 Student Council Rep. 4 MURPHY, SYLVIA 19957 Glastonbury, Detroit 19 KE 3-1839 A.A. 1,2,33 Chorale 1 NELLIGAN, KATHLEEN 957 N. Harding Chicago 51, Ill. Aspirant-Little Sisters of the Poor NEWBERY, CAROL 16886 Fielding, Detroit 19 KE 4-2224 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale 13 F.N.C. 3,43 F.T.C. 43 Speech Arts Club 2 NIX, JUDITH 9231 Warwick, Detroit 28 VE 7-7749 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale 13 F.N.C. 33 Speech Arts Club 1 NOBEL, NANCY 13630 Vernon, Oak Park 37 LI 4-4933 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Library Aide 3,43 NEWS PRINT cub reporter 43 Sodality 23 Speech Arts Club 1,2 NOWICKI, HELEN 24225 Lee Baker, Southfield EL 6-2567 A.A. 2,43 Commercial Club 3g French Club 3,43 F.T.C. 33 NEWS PRINT Typist 3,43 Science Club 4 NUGENT, PATRICIA 334 E. Lorraine Baltimore 18, Md. Aspirant-Little Sisters of the Poor OAKES, JANET 19468 Wakenden, Detroit 40 KE 2-0039 Chorale 13 Sodality 43 Speech Arts Club 4 O'BRIEN, PATRICIA 16818 Vaughan, Detroit 19 KE 3-4327 A.A. 1,2,3,43 A.A. Rep. 33 F.N.C. 43 Riding 1,2,3,43 Vice-pres. 33 Sodality Rep. 1 OFENSTEIN, KATHRYN 18161 Cambridge, Lathrup Village EL 6-1246 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale 13 Debate 23 F.T.C. 3, V.P. 43 LORE Staff, Copy Editor 43 Science Club Publicity Director 33 So- dality 2,3,43 Speech Arts Club 1,2 O'LAUGHLIN, SHARON 13957 Stahelin, Detroit 23 BR 3-5850 A.A. 1,2,3Q French Club 23 F.N.C. 3,43 NEWS PRINT cub reporter 4g Science Club 3,43 Sodality 2,3,43 Speech Arts Club 2,3,4 OLESAK, DIANE 13620 LaBelle, Oak Park 37 LI 2-4114 A.A. 1,2,3,4 ONDRE, SUZANNE 14000 Stahelin, Detroit 23 VE 6-4127 A.A. 43 Chorale lg French Club 23 F.N.C. 43 H.E.C.C. 4 O'NEILL, ANN MARIE 16610 Lesure, Detroit 35 VE 7-0858 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale 13 F.N.C. 3, Pres. 43 Speech Arts Club 1 O'NEIL, MARY MARGARET 15531 MacArthur, Detroit 39 KE 3-7698 A.A. 3,43 Chorale 4 PAT T , BARBARA 13306 Elgin, Huntington Woods LI 6-2158 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Commercial Club 33 French Club 23 H.E.C.C. 1 PAUL, PATRICIA 155 Washington, Clifton, N.J. Aspirant--Little Sisters of the Poor PERIOR, SANDRA 14560 Blackstone, Detroit 23 KE 1-9408 Debate 3g Sodality 3,43 Speech Arts Club 3, V.P. 4 PEROTTI, MARILYN 18920 Prevost, Detroit 35 VE 7-9211 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale lg Science Club Historian 4 PERRONE, DIANE 25801 McAllister, Southfield EL 6-4834 A.A. 2,3,43 Chorale 13 Class Officer Treas. 2, Pres. 33 Debate 23 NEWS PRINT Staff 3, Co-Editor 43 Speech Arts Club 2,33 Sodality 2,3,4 PHILLIPS, JACQUELINE 2068 Mgvtenson, Berkley LI 3-3732 A.A. 1,2,3,43 F.T.C. 43 LORE Staff 43 Speech Arts Club 2 PIENTA, CAROL SUE 10744 Nadine, Huntington Woods LI 3-1613 A.A. 1,2,3,43 F.T.C. 43 H.E.C.C. 43 LORE Associate Editor 43 Latin Club 33 Speech Arts Club 2,4 PIERSANTE, ,IANA 16805 Five Points, Detroit 40 KE 2-9323 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale 1, Treas. 43 F.N.C. 3,43 F.T.C. 4 PIETRUCHA, VIRGINIA 19435 Faust, Detroit 19 KE 3-1153 A.A. 1,2,3,43 F.N.C. 33 H.E.C.C. 43 Speech Arts Club 2 POVINELLI, LORETTA 28838 Village Lane, Wood Creek Farms, Farmington A.A. 1,2,3,43 Commercial 33 Chorale 13 F.N.C. 3,43 NEWS PRINT Typist 3,43 Speech Arts Club 1,2,3,4 PRENTKE, PATRICIA 3035 Royal, Berkley LI 3-7034 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale 13 Commercial Club 33 NEWS PRINT Typist 4 PRZYBYSZ, MARY ANN 16250 Lesure, Detroit 35 VE 5-9056 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale 13 F.N.C. 33 So- dality 2, Rep. 3, Prefect 43 Speech Arts Club 1,2 PURCOTT, VALERIE 20251 Stout, Detroit 19 KE 3-8886 A.A. 1,2,3,43 Chorale 13 Bookstore Aide 43 F.T.C. 3,43 Riding 33 Swimming Team 2 QUINN, RITA 23115 Valley View, Southfield EL 6-5305 A.A. 2,3,45 F.N.C. 3,45 Sodality 25 Speech Arts Club 2,3 RADEMACHER, JOANNE 1148 McLean, St. Paul, Minn. 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V.P. 3,45 Swimming Team 2 RENAUD, SUZANNE 2115 Kipling, Berkley LI 2-5576 A.A. 1,3,45 Chorale 15 French Club 25 F.N.C. 3,45 Sodality 2,3,4 RENZI, DIANE 15403 Chapel, Detroit 23 KE 1-7132 A.A. 1,2,3,4 RIES, MARGARET 20109 Annott, Detroit 5 Aspirant-Little Sisters of the Poor RINK, JUDITH 9267 Artesian, Detroit 28 VE 8-2382 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 1,35 Commercial Club 35 Speech Arts Club 15 Swimming Team 2 ROLOFF, CHARLOTTE 19343 Forrer, Detroit 35 VE 6-7139 A.A. 3,45 H,E.C.C. 4 ROSS, BEVERLY 29662 Jacquelyn, Livonia Aspirant-Little Sisters of the Poor ROSSITER, KATHLEEN 10005 Piedmont, Detroit 28 VE 7-5298 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 35 F.N.C. 3,45 H.E.C.C. 4 ROSSWURM, MARY ANN 14560 Glastonbury, Detroit 23 VE 6-4505 A.A. 1,2,3,45 F.T.C. 45 LORE Staff 2,3, Editor 45 NEWS PRINT Staff Writer 2,3,45 Riding 35 Student Council Rep. 1 SANCHEZ, BARBARA 28787 Ranchwood, Southfield EL 6-5328 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 1,25 Commercial Club 3 SANCHEZ, RUTH 14418 Plainview, Detroit 23 VE 7-2042 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 3 SCHMIDT, MARILOU 16805 Sunderland, Detroit 19 KE 3-3376 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 F.T.C. 35 NEWS PRINT Assistant Business Manager 45 Sodality 2,3,45 Student Council Rep. 3,4 SCHULTZ, MARION 13929 Artesian, Detroit 23 VE 5-3035 A.A. 2,3,45 Chorale 15 Debate 25 Latin Club 35 LORE Staff 3, Associate Editor 45 NEWS PRINT cub reporter 45 So- dality 2,3,45 Speech Arts Club 2,3 SHEFFERLY, MARCELLA 17415 Heyden, Detroit 19 KE 3-7309 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 F.N.C. 35 Spanish Club 1 SHELL, JUDITH 18974 St. Marys, Detroit 35 VE 5-0092 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 15 Debate 1,25 French Club 3,45 Orchestra 1,25 Science Club 3,45 Speech Arts Club 1,2,3,4 SHOHA, DIANE 9957 W. Outer Drive, Detroit 23 KE 1-3306 A.A. 1,25 Class Officer V.P. 35 H.E.C.C. 15 Student Council Rep. 2 SMITH, PATRICIA 19739 Edinborough, Detroit 19 KE 4-1337 A.A. 1,25 F.N.C. 3,45 Sodality Rep. 1 SMITH, JANET 19387 Dale, Detroit 19 KE 3-2615 A.A. 3,45 Chorale 1,25 Latin Club 35 So- dality 2 SMITH, JUDITH 10014 Appleton, Detroit 39 KE 3-7541 A.A. 1,3,4: Commercial Club 1,2, Treas. 35 H.E.C.C. 3, Pres. 4 SOSNOWSKI, ROSALIE 13342 Borgman, Huntington Woods LI 5-8970 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 45 Sodality 2 SPEICHER, CARYL 19769 Annchester, Detroit 19 KE 3-5734 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 1,4 SQUIERS, KAREN 18675 Bretton Drive, Detroit 23 BR 3-1490 A.A. 1,2,3,45 F.N.C. 35 Spanish Club 25 Student Council Rep. 3,45 Swimming Team 2 STEWART, ELAINE 19373 St. Marys, Detroit 35 VE 8-7447 A.A. 1,2,45 French Club 25 Speech Arts Club 3,4 STIFF, SUSAN 18953 Ferguson, Detroit 35 VE 6-8872 A.A. 1,2,35 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 35 Swimming Team 4 STRINGER, KATHLEEN 985 Pierce, Birmingham MI 6-6835 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 45 F.T.C. 3 SULLIVAN, ANN 216 Turnberry Savannah, Ga. Aspirant-Little Sisters of the Poor SULLIVAN, MARY 15352 Cheyenne, Detroit 21 UN 2-2996 A.A. 2,3,45 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 3 SULLIVAN, NANCY 14101 St. Marys, Detroit 27 VE 5-8876 A.A. 1,2,3, Rep. 45 Chorale 15 French Club 25 F.N.C. 35 F.T.C. Treas 3, Pres. 45 NEWS PRINT Staff Photographer 3,45 Speech Arts Club 1,2,35 Swimming Team 2,3,4 SULLIVAN, PATRICIA 18050 Wildemere, Detroit 21 UN 2-4801 A.A. 1,2, Rep. 3, V.P. 45 F.T.C. 35 NEWS PRINT 3, Layout Editor 45 Swimming Team 1,2,3, Captain 4 SULLIVAN, SUSAN 19145 Fielding, Detroit 19 KE 4-4038 A.A. 1,25 Class Officer V.P. 25 Chorale 15 Student Council Rep. 1, Sec. 4 SYKES, PATRICIA 3665 Shallow Brook, Bloomfield MI 6-8698 Hills A.A. 1, Rep. 25 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 35 Speech Arts Club 2,3,4 TAVI, KAREN 16591 Robson, Detroit 35 VE 7-6208 A.A. 43 Commercial Club 2,3 THOMS, LORRAINE 25266 Larkins, Southfield EL 6-6449 A.A. 1,2,3,45 Chorale 1,25 French Club 35 F.N.C. 3,45 Science Club 3,4 TISDALE, MARILYN 31055 W. Rutland, Birmingham MI 6-3848 A.A. 1,3,45 Chorale 15 Latin Club Sec. 3, Social Chairman 45 Sodality 2,3,4 TOMPOR, PENNY 27699 Spring Arbor Circle, South- EL 6-7462 field A.A. 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 F.N.C. 3,45 Swimming Team 2 TROMBLY, PATRICIA 19499 Rosemont, Detroit 19 KE 1-4303 A.A. 1,2,3,45 French Club 3,45 F.N.C. 35 Orchestra 1 TUSHIS, CAROLYN 18805 Rainbow, Lathrup Village EL 6-5114 A.A. 1,2,35 Debate 2,3,45 French Club Treas. 3,45 F.T.C. 3,45 Speech Arts Club 1,4 VARANI, JUDITH 19110 Nadol, Southfield EL 6-2880 A.A. 3,45 F.T.C. 3,4 VILLENEUVE, BERNADETTE 19783 Rutherford, Detroit 35 VE 5-7552 A.A. 1,2,45 Chorale 15 F.N.C. 35 Latin Club 35 Sodality 2,3,45 Speech Arts Club 2,4, Treas. 3,4 WENDERLICH, CATHERINE 18404 Ardmore, Detroit 35 UN 4-3383 A.A. 45 F.N.C. 25 F.T.C. 35 H.E.C.C. 1,2,3,4 WENDT, CAROL 14526 Glastonbury, Detroit 23 VE 7-5380 A.A. 2,3,4 WOLSKI, CHRISTINE 14860 Vaughan, Detroit 23 . KE 5-2265 A,A. 1,2,3,4g H.E.C.C. 2, Spanish Club 1,29 Speech Arts Club 2 WRIGHT, BARBARA JEAN 16895 Braile, Detroit 19 KE 3-8062 A.A. 1,2,3,4g Chorale lg Commercial Club 39 Library Aide 45 NEWS PRINT Typist 4, Spanish Club 1 VVROBEL, KATHLEEN 21125 Stahelin, Southfield -5 08 EL 6 6 A.A. 2,39 F.T.C. 33 H.E.C.C. .4g Orchestra 1,2,3g Sodality 2,3, Rep. 4 YAIVIARINO, SANDRA 24731 Cloverland, Oak Park 37 LI 5-7035 A.A. 1,2,3,4g Chorale lg Class Officer, Treas. 35 Pres. 49 Speech Arts Club 25 Student Council Rep. 2 YERMAK, FRANCES 20284 Rosemont, Detroit 19 KE 2-9477 A.A. 1,2,3,4g Chorale 15 Class Officer, Treas. 43 H. E. C. C. 45 NEWS PRINT Staff 2,3. YOUNT, PATRICIA 19792 Stout, Detroit 19 KE 2-9506 A.A. Rep. 1,25 Chorale 15 Commercial Club 3 ipsfsiaszvffr , ZARZA, DIANE 18242 Glastonbury, Detroit 19 KE 2-0809 A.A. 1,2,3,4g Class Officer, Treas. 1. ZIMCOSKY, BERNADETTE 14000 Bergman, Oak Park 37 LI 1-4134 A.A. 1,2,3,4g Chorale lg Debate 3,43 F.T.C. 45 Speech Arts Club 1,2 Draw ff esgtscg b Sister i3Lafc.Li1s,IQS.AN licunquc L Gmac mq CARD 'QUITE-I SPIRITUAL SIGNIFICANCE ,xnb-Lgccezigfm DSRSODAL Gprqssfcirzqs FOIQ . FEAST DAVS Q S-mmoA'ra-av Siu fb Cacccfs 254 ' oxsfs ofelcifmt desi as Q 91.50 SLstex:fVXa.1Qa Ignatius, RSM- l8075 SOL! I-if-lf,l.Q Q51 Ron-r , 55 , tc:-MGAN 117 N 6 FZATU LATIONS I-IAQPY Occ!-s sn on s v :fi -S V Y is 5 X 118 The students of OLM appreciate the interest and helping hand offered them by the Lore pa- trons and advertisers. They are grateful that advertisers chose this medium to transmit their message to the public. An advertisement is a success story, a symbol of free enterprise, a gauge of economic well-being. OLM students recognize that these advertisers make a vital contribution to the community of which they are proud. XXX H X Rig i-ir! V, A ,M 1 4 ,c iitt , i J i , J. , Egg 'Q LL F : i t Q :,- fi: mi" Qt - I 'S's,'?: 4 " 574' ,f,. 7 'A'4. 'l' Q7k!"V X x iN: . fa I ,L f VI' PEOPLE WORTH K OWI 119 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Andrews A+hle+ic Associalion Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barlage Mr. and Mrs. George Barry Mrs. Mary Basca Mr. 8: Mrs. Sigmund Beras Mary Lynne Beras Mr. James H. Biddinger Mrs. JeaneHe Brennan Consfance F. Buckmasler Mr. 8: Mrs. Mark Calice 8: Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Leonard J. Celesky Mr. 8: Mrs. Wal+er Cenzer Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Churski Mr. and Mrs. Cal F. Comifo Mr. 8: Mrs. Louis DeGennaro Mr. 8: Mrs. J. A. Dugan Mr. 8: Mrs. Bernard Freda Mr. 8: Mrs. James Gallagher Mr. Waller Gallagher Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Galvin Mrs. Joseph Geronimo Mr. 8: Mrs. E. Groh Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank J. Hanifan Mr. 8: Mrs. Roberl' HowiH' Anne Kelly Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. Ken+ Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard M. Klenner Social Patrons Mr. 84 Mrs. An+hony J. Kolinski Mr. 8: Mrs. P. F. Kramer Mr. Henry Kulesa Janer LaMoHe Lal'in Club Mr. 8: Mrs. V. 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Seven Mile Road KE 2-8040 Folios and Ins+rucI'ion Books Band and S'rring InsI'rumenI's Pianos and Organs Sheef Music Records 121 COMPLIMENTS OF THE SENIOR SOCIAL CLUBS Domus Aurecl Stella Maris Mater Amoris Turris Dclvicliccl Turris Eburnea osawwvy Crue Of OUR LADY OF MERCY HIGH SCHOOL DETROIT, MICHIGAN OUR PURPOSE To encourage greater understanding and coordination between Faculty and Parents in the training and education of our daughters. T0 OUR GRADUATES REMEMBER ALWAYS what you have been taught here- and the hopes of those who love you will be realized 123 I COMPLIMENTS OF Robert J. Slcivsky Shaw and Slavsky, Inc. CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS ! s u R P L us Lumber Co. General Lumber and Supplies 525I E. I0 Mile Road SI 7-B700 D U N N Blue Prinl' Co. Compnmems 5920 Second Avenue of DETROIT 2, MICH. TR 5-2I25 Complimenfs of Earl A. Bradley Mr. Vernon Gardens I9800 James Couzens Phone: BR 3-4646 Geo. F. Monaghan Council, No. 2690 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS "The Friendly Council" S F117 s ,' to 6 ' COMPLIMENTS OF l96I STUDENT COUNCIL and STUDENT BODY I 125 4 sw-T. Thank You For Your Pafronage K. MAC STUDIO J - l 1 X II: going to live better than 3 ever before . . . electrically! u 1 l ,,.,r,,-.,tr.l.r,t M eeeee t, I t y y W WM QM E it 'l'h.l!'1"' Unit s l i i You. today's graduate, are entering an exciting new era where you will live better than any generation has ever lived before-the era of all-electric living. Your all-electric home for example, thanks to time-saving electric equipment and appliances, will allow you and your family more time to enjoy life together. Your job will be smoother too. Electricity, in everything from office equip- ment to heavy machinery, will lighten your work-make it more enjoyable. lf you decide on further education, your Held of study may well be related to electricity. Perhaps someday, as a scientist or technician, you will even! lend your knowledge to further mold the all-electric world of tomorrow. But wherever the future finds you, whatever your place in life, electricity will be there to help you live better than everbetore-live better electrically. DETROIT EDISON PROVIDES SOUTHEASTERN MICHKSAN WITH VERSAULE ELECTRIC ENERGY 126 IVORY 3 BROS. MOVING CO. 81- :A 87I I Grand River Ave. 25925 Sherwood Ave De-+r0i+ 4. MICI1I96f1 Cenieriine, Michigan TYIer 8-8220 JEf'Ferson 6-I060 Agenfs For AIiecI Van Lines MEDICAL CENTER CONGRATULATIONS PHARMACY SENIORS I Prescripfions - Sick Room Supplies 742I Michigan Ave. Cor 5Is+ Mr' and Mrs' DeI'roi+ IO, Michigan J. C. 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Then why not get in touch with us-perhaps there's a telephone job for you. Weill be happy to talk with you about the interesting Work at Michigan Bell. is f. s.r..,f as ' g , .v. . ,p A Good Place to Work IVIICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COIVIPANY Best Wishes for Success Class of '61 Michigan Special Machine Company L WARREN, MICHIGAN H449 Tirnken Avenue -- VE 9-4200 128 Eisenberg and O'Horcl Company I307 Market Street Philadelphia 7, Pa. OLM Students Voted for EISENBER6 8. 0'HARA UNIFORMS l l Parochial School Uniforms Exclusively 129 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE FUTURE LEADERS in 'rheir chosen vocarions CAL'S FIVE POINT LUMBER 84 SUPPLY COMPANY IComi'ro BroI'hersI 25700 W. Seven Mile Road Corner Beech Road KE I-II40 Beecher, Peck, Ray's Bridal Salon . d and Lewis an SMART LADIES APPAREL I3I3 E. Milwaukee Avenue A+ Oakman Blvd. I0909 Grand Rive TR 5-0300 WE 3-4536 Tom Kerr Agency COMPLIMENTS CompIeI'e Insurance Service Special Represenfaiive-' LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE 2840 Guardian Bldg. WO I-9I3I DeI'roi+ Council No. 305 Knighis of Columbus 4740 Woodward Avenue MERCY COLLEGE conducfed by THE SISTERS OF MERCY DETROIT, MICHIGAN FULLY ACCREDITED COLLEGE FOR WOMEN LIBERAL ARTS COURSES Majors in BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, ENGLISH, HISTORY, LATIN, MATHEMATICS, SOCIOLOGY, SPEECH AND DRAMATICS, HOME ECONOMICS. MUSIC AND ART ADDRESS: PROFESSIONAL COURSES TEACHER EDUCATION, NURSING, DIETETICS, MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, RADIOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGY, MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY SCIENCE PRE-SOCIAL WORK, PRE-MEDICAL, THE REGISTRAR MERCY COLLEGE 8200 WEST OUTER DRIVE DETROIT 19, MICHIGAN 131 -A- Abel, Mrs. Loretta, 13 Academics, 6-27 Acknowledgements, 136 Activities, 50-65 Advertisements, 118-131 Aides, 48 Ajluni, Pete, 110 Alicia, Sister Mary, 18 Alumnae Ball, 64,65 Art, 22,23 Aspirants, 85 Athletic Association, 38 A.A. Sock Hop, 63 -B- Barraco, Mrs. A. R., 33 Bomarito, Joseph, 49 Boniface, Sister Mary, 16,68 Bradley, Mr. Earl, 21 Bradley, Fr. John, 54 Brady, Mrs. Marion, 11 Brady, Terry, 35 Brennan, Mr. Joseph, 15 Burroughs, Father Robert J., 5, 9,54,86 Busse, Mrs. Joseph, 33 -C- Campus Pictures, 2 Chorale, 42,43 Christmas, 58,59 Christopher, Sister Mary, 10 40 College Night, 31 Commercial, 19 Culinary, 49 Cyrol, Mrs. Chester, 33 -D-E- Dads' and Daughters' Dance, 62 Dall'Olmo, Carlo, 64,65 Debate, 44 De Lorenzo, Mrs. Joseph, 33 Dietrich, Bill, 39 Dingeman, Leslie, 46 Cicncral Dramacade, 60,61 Dramatics, 12 Du Charme, Mrs. Evangeline, 19 English, 10 -F- Fox, Mrs. Gertrude, 49,64 Francis, Mrs. Veronica, 12 Frederic, Sister Mary, 4,33, 52,96 French, 13 French Club, 45 Freshman Tea and Talent Show 52,53 Froslie, Mrs. Jane, 14 Future Nurses Club, 46 Future Teachers Club, 46 -G- Georgetta, Sister Mary, 13,88 Glei, Gretchen, 30 Granata, Jeanne, 49 Granata, John, 49 Greene, Mrs. J. G., 33 Guidance, 30,31 -1-1- Halterman, Jennie, 49 Hansen, Dale, 46 Harkness, Mrs. Patrick, 33 Hayes, Redelia, 49 Hebert, Ruth, 49 History, 14,15 Home Economics, 20,21 Home Economics Career Club, 47 Honors, 27 Hortense, Sister Mary, 26 Huberta, Sister Mary, 43 -1-J-K- Ignatius, Sister Mary, 22,23 Isadore, Sister Mary, 49 Jacobson, Father James, M.S., 56 Jeanne, Sister Mary, 21,69 132 lndcx Journalism, 11 Karl, Sister Mary, 13,41 Kelley, Mrs. Eleanor, 9 Kendall, Mrs. James, 33 Kordek, Jim, 35, 50, 64 Kudron, Miss Anastasia, 30 -L- Lange, Sally, 49 Latin, 13 Latin Club, 45 Laurentina, Sister Mary, 12 Leocadia, Sister Mary, 17 Library, 26 Loche, Mrs. Marie, 32 Lore, 41 -M- Madonna, Sister Mary, 15 Maintenance, 49 Malachowski, Mr. and Mrs. 52 Malone, Mr. John, 32,33 Margretta, Sister Mary, 9 Martin, Mr. James, 99 Math, 18 Maura, Sister Mary, 11 McCarthy, Mr. James, 30 McGraw, Mrs. Rosemary, 13, 45 McKenna, Charlene, 30 McKinnon, Lois, 10 Mithen, Mike, 65 -N-o-11 Namphy, Joe, 15 News Print, 40 O'Laughlin, Mr. and Mrs. J., 64 O'Neill, Father Charles, 8 Organizations, 28-49 Paris, Bob, 65 Patrillo, Antoinette, 49 Physical Education, 24,25 Prion, Miss Gertrude, 11 Protase, Sister Mary, 42 -R- Ralenkotter, Father Howard, C.P., 55 Religion, 8,9 Riding Club, 24 Ring Blessing, 54 Robertson, Bob, 35 Robinson, Thelma, 49 Rosarium Club, 32,33 Ross, Mrs. Ellenore, 16 Ryan, Mrs., 31 -S-T- Scholastica, Sister Mary, 18 Science, 16,17 Science Club, 47 Senior Closed Retreat, 55 Senior Directory, 112-117 Senior Play, 57 Seniors, 86-111 Sodality, 36, 37 Speech, 12 Speech Arts Club, 45 Starr, Mrs. Luella, 26 Stella, Dan, 44 Student Council, 34,35 Study Hall, 26 Sumrill, Dr. Floyd, 63 Sumrill, Mrs. Ruth, 24,25,38 63 Swimming Team, 39 Table of Contents, 3 Thomas, Ken, 65 Thompson, Mr. W., 81 Timothy, Sister Mary, 19 Title Page, 1 -U-v-w-z- Underclass Officers,68,69 Underclasses, 66-85 Underclassman Retreat, 56 Victor, Sister Mary, 18,69 Wade, Jesse, 49 Wadowski, Dr. Daniel, D.D.S 15 Wagner, Miss Eileen, 14,52 Walker, Bob, 35 Wallace, Joan, 31 Zyromski, Bob, 15 -A- Abbey, Karen, 72 Aceti, Diane, 75 Ajluni, Noel, 72 Aldred, Susan, 35,82 Aldred, Virginia, 72 Alexander, Susan, 72 Allen, Susan, 47,88 Amelotte, Sharon, 19,88 Anderson, Barbara, 45,82 Anderson, Jane, 81 Andrews, Jo Ann, 88 Androif, Linda, 77 Anspach, Barbara, 83 Antosch, Diane, 78 Appleton, Marlene, 72 Astroslcy, Irene, 88 Atkinson, Penny, 72 -B- Baals, Rose Marie, 75 Baert, Marie, 85 Balbaugh, Frances, 88 Balbaugh, Patricia, 72 Banar, Margaret, 88 Banas, Virginia, 56,88,92 Banat, Catherine, 40,88 Barber, Frances, 48,89 Barbouer, Jane, 63,77 Barlage, Mary Grace, 56,83 Barnett, Brenda, 89 Baron, Marilyn, 37,45,82 Baron, Rosann, 45,81 Barraco, Nancy, 72 Barry, Gloria, 78 Barry, Judith, 89 Barry, Karen, 89 Barzone, Andrea, 68,75 Barzone, Paula, 72 Bauer, Mary, 39,72 Baust, Catherine, 85 Bawol, Marilyn, 72 Baynham, Mary Jo, 89 Beauchamp, Diane, 52,72 Beaudrie, Patricia, 80 Behringer, Barbara, 72 Belardinelli, Carol Ann, 81 Bell, Leslie, 37,78 Benedetti, Elaine, 6,84 Benner, Virginia, 41,89 Beras, Mary Lynne, 41,47,89,99 Bergin, Margaret, 77 Berkfield, Leslie, 72 Berthiaume, Claire, 72 Bibik, Paulette, 78 Biddinger, Kathleen, 80 Biddinger, Monica Gail, 75 Birney, Patricia, 68,77 Blair, Mary, 85 Blaquiere, Cecile, 36,38,78 Blashill, Mary Kay, 75 Boase, Janet, 77 Boehne, Marilyn, 39,80 Boes, Barbara, 69,80 Boettcher, Cynthia, 89 Bonnici, Sharon, 72 Bortolotti, Sheryl, 72 Bosynski, Mary Ellen, 16,78 Bourbeau, Nanette, 75 Boyce, Suzanne, 77 Bradley, Cheryl, 14,74 Bradley, Delia, 2l,37,81 Brady, Patricia, 90 Brennan, Mary, 32,35,90 Brink, Nancy, 72 Brockert, Suzanne, 72 Brosius, Mary, 84 Brosseau, Lou Ellen, 77 Brouillet, Renee, 90 Brown, Christina, 43,90 Brown, Jeannette, 90 tudent Brown, Karen, 78 Bruce, Carole, 38,53,72 Brzezinskzi, Kathleen, 84 Brzozowski, Cynthia, 75 Buckmaster, Mary Ann, 37,72 Buren, Elaine, 85 Burke, Erin, 84 Burke, Susan, 82 Burkhardt, Judith, 13,48,83 Burton, Suzanne, 90 Bury, Mary Ann, 72 Busse, Mary Sara, 77 -C- Cadovich, Patricia, 78 caiiiii, Patricia, 40,80 Calice, Dawn, 19,90 Camilletti, Carol, 68,72 Campbell, Bonnie, 85 Capilla, Sandra, 91 Carney, Patricia, 75 Carriere, Karen, 90 Carroll, Diane, 77 Carroll, Margot, 78 Caruso, Diane, 83 Caul, Carol, 75 Cavanaugh, Mary Jo, 85 Cavin, Valerie, 72 Celeskey, Judith, 72 Celesky, Veronica, 77 Cenkner, Cathleen, 72 Cenkner, Christine, 72 Cenkner, Patricia, 83 Cenzer, Gloria, 91 Cesare, Virginia, 72 Chabot, Susan, 91 Charest, Elaine, 78 Charest, Marietta, 38,63,91 Charette, Adele, 91 Chauvin, Carol, 91 Chesney, Cynthia, 81 Chop, Gail, 80 Chopp, Constance, 72 Chopp, Karen, 24,68,75 Churski, Cynthia, 41,91 Cianciolo, Maryann, 84 Cicchini, Julie, 72 Cislo, Delphine, 91 Clawson, Sandra, 80 Coggins, Kathleen, 72 Cole, Margaret Ann, 61,90 Colein, Sharon, 91 Coleman, Kathleen, 82 Coleman, Sharon, 92 Collman, Mary Ann, 85 Comito, Mary Frances, 27,35,69,76, 92 Connolly, Kathleen, 77 Connors, Patricia, 78 Conway, Patricia, 72 Cornell, Kathleen, 83 Costa, Patricia, 72 Cote, Elaine, 78 Couillard, Marie, 75 Coy, Susan, 65 Crane, Kathleen, 78 Crane, Mary, 92 Craves, Ann, 72 Crittenden, Karen, 82 Crowe, Kathleen, 72 Crowley, Kathleen, 35,68,78 Cryderman, Sandra, 72 Cumbers, JO Ann, 72 Curran, Patricia, 92 Curtin, Dorothy, 75 Curtin, Kathleen, 82 Cyrol, Sherry, 84 -D- Dagutis, Paulette, 72 Dailey, Patricia, 80 Index Dakshaw, Constance, 11,82 Dalecki, Nancy, 40,92 Dalfovo, Roberta, 72 Danaher, Mary Rita, 45,92,107 Dantzer, Mary Kathleen, 75 Davidson, Nancy, 92,106 Davis, Cheryl, 72 Davis, Patricia, 72 Deedler, Donna, 92 De Gennaro, Charline, 92 De Giusti, Victoria, 45,80 De Grandchamp, Joan, 72 De Lorenzo, Carol, 83 De Lorenzo, Diane, 8,93 De Lozier, Shiela, 26,81 Dennig, Mary, 74 De Rosier, Christine, 40,80 Dick, Lola, 84 Dicker, Carol, 74 Dickson, Julie, 81 Dillon, Nancy, 74 Di Matteo, Elaine, 17,52,88 Dingeman, Mary Jo, 17,69,80 Di Potie, Mary Ann, 79 Dmochowski, Carol, 80 Dobbs, Barbara, 93 Dobbs, Sharon, 54,93 Donati, Rosemarie, 93 Dougherty, Judith, 85 Downarowicz, Donna, 79 Drawe, Judith, 46,93 Drew, Mary Ann, 81 Dudzinski, Kathryn, 23,93 Dudzinski, Susan, 74 Duffy, Karen, 76 Dugan, Mary, 23,4O,92,93,96 Dul, Kathleen, 74 Dunville, Karen, 78 Durocher, Celeste, 85 Durrer, Carol, 93 Dycio, Charlene, 74 Dyer, Carole, 38,74 Dynak, Geraldine, 74 Dysarz, Evelyn, 23, 39,76 -E- Elstro, Elaine, 82 Erdman, Jeannine, 74 Erpelding, Janet, 74 Erst, Trina, 74 Erst, Trudi, 78 Evangelista, Diane, 37,74 -F- Fabeck, Elizabeth, 93 Fagan, Patricia, 85 Falzon, Josephine, 74 Farron, Mary Nell, 47,81 Favier, Kathleen, 80 Feinstein, Ellen, 81 Ferguson, Barbara, 39,83 Ferry, Margaret, 74 Figler, Andrea, 81 Finnegan, Elizabeth, 74 Fisher, Kathleen, 79 Fisher, Mary Etta, 40,45,57,60,63 Fisher, Patricia, 94 Fitzgerald, Camilla, 84 Flammersield, Linda, 83 Flemming, Ann, 70 Flemming, Ellen, 94 Flint, Carolyn, 75 Flum, Claudette, 74 Flum, Mary, 94 Foley, Margaret, 39,83 Foley, Virginia, 82 Ford, Joyce, 8,40,94,108 Ford, Lynn, 80 Forde, Cynthia, 77 Forget, Patricia, 79 Formwalt, Mary, 80 133 Foucault, Cheryl, 81 Franc, Doreen, 74 Francis, Paula, 43,44,76 Frazier, Jacqueline, 79 Frechette, Diane, 76 Freda, Shirley, 94 Frederick, Carole, 18,81 -G- Galarneau, Diane, 74 Galea, Carmen, 17,81 Gallagher, Janet, 34,74 Gallaher, Susan, 18,79 Galvin, Mary, 81 Garrett, Germaine, 43,85 Garrity, Mary, 74 Garrott, Margaret, 85 Gauthier, Carole, 74 Gautzier, Margaret, 77 Gayney, Carole, 69,84 Gayney, Laurie, 83 Gayney, Lynn, 19,35,69,94 Gayney, Susan, 94,110 Geal, Delphine, 94 Geisler, Denise, 15,95,125 Geisler, Margot, 74 Gellenbeck, Carol, 76 Gellenbeck, Virginia, 48,95,106 Gerger, Nancy, 19,82 Gerhard, Virginia, 17,28,36,41,45 95,99 Gibson, Carol, 80 Gignac, Joann, 79 Gilbert, Rosemary, 76 Gillis, Patricia, 95 Gilmore, Kathleen, 79 Giroux, Joanne, 11,39,83 Given, Mary Ann, 95 Gladd, Barbara, 83 Glander, Janet, 76 Glavin, Rosemary, 79 Gluski, Catherine, 74 Goldbach, Ruth Ann, 95 Goodyear, Carol, 76 Gordon, Carol, 79 Gorshe, Janet, 74 Gorton, Patricia, 74 Goss, Patricia, 36,95,99 Gostynski, Charlene, 74 Gougherty, Rhoda, 74 Graham, Marie, 95 Granata, Yvonne, 48,76 Grant, Ann, 82 Greene, Susan, 80 Greenwell, Carol, 85 Groh, Ann, 41,96,98 Gustina, Rosemary, 52,74 Gwozd, Nancy, 83 -H- Haggerty, Noreen, 79 Hall, Mary Kay, 34,35, 39,76 Hallameyer, Patricia, 96 Handysides, Joanne, 79 Hanifan, Gail, 75 Hanifan, Janet, 39,55,96 Hanks, Sheila, 74 Hanlon, Mary, 74 Hannon, Nancy, 60,96 Harding, Jacquelyn, 74 Harding, Jerre, 60,96 Harkness, Kathleen, 79 Harkness, Win Mary, 80 Harrington, Kathleen, 76 Hart, Barbara, 74 Hartel, Suzanne, 96 Harvey, Susanne, 74 Hasey, Catherine, 82 Haug, Sharon, 79 Hay, Judith, 14,84 Hay, Susan, 74 Hayes, Joyce, 85 Hayes, Patricia, 74 Haywood, Gail, 77 Healy, Diane, 81 Healy, Donna, 74 Hedberg, Joanne, 76 Hedberg, Judith, 96 Heimbuch, Suzanne, 78 Heinrich, Helen, 37,79 Hennigar, Barbara, 96 Henwood, Lin, 77 Herdell, Mary, 77 Herr, Margaret, 79 Higgins, Karan, 96 Higgins, Kathleen, 97 Hill, Cheryl, 84 Hillier, Holly, 83 Hiltz, Patricia, 19,97,125 Hippler, Clare, 74 Hoppenrath, Carol, 97 Hoppenrath, Joan, 77 Houghton, Barbara, 74 Houldsworth, Dorothy, 97 I-Iowitt, Lynn, 84 Hretz, Emilie, 74 Hughes, Carol, 15,97 Huhn, Kathleen, 46,48,97 -1- Immethun, Jane, 74 Ivory, Helen, 97 -J- Jaeger, Diana, 48,97 Jamison, Sharon, 82 Jannuzzi, Linda, 84 Janssen, Marlys, 97 Jekot, Kathleen, 74 Jenereaux, Jennifer, 74 Joganic, Mary Ann, 83 Johnson, Diane, 34,98 Johnson, Eleanor, 82 Johnston, Mary Lorraine, 76,80 Jones, Mary Jo, 85 Jordan, Mary Ann, 83 Junker, Jo Ann, 74 -K- Kalil, Kathy, 77 Kaminskti, Janet, 80 Kasno, Suzanne, 79 Kavanagh, Mary, 74 Keane, Rosemary, 98 Keaveney, Margaret, 85 Keefe, Kathleen, 98 Keefe, Susan, 46,81 Keeling, Pamela, 77 Kelly, Anne, 40,98 Kelly, Constance, 98 Kelly, Mary fSr.J, 62,78,98 Kelly, Mary CFr.J, 72 Kelly, Maureen, 77 Kelly, Patricia, 81 Kendall, Joan, 76 Kennedy, Ann, 79 Kennedy, Christine, 28,98,104 Kennedy, Mary, 80 Kent, Karen, 82 Kerezi, Judith, 76 Kerr, Judith, 79 Keyosky, Mary Jane, 73 Keyosky, Patricia, 76 Kiedrowski, Barbara, 77 Kielas, Roberta, 83 Kinsinger, Sharon, 76 Kircher, Josie, 84 Kirn, Barbara Jean, 81 Klenner, Margaret, 23,4O,98 Kline, Lillian, 85 Knick, Carolyn, 85 Knight, Virginia, 63,98 Knoth, Patricia, 73 Kohn, Mary Jo, 44,99 Kolihski, Judith, 24,99 Kompienski, Carole, 84 Konner, Noreen, 41,45,99 Konrek, Judith, 11,79 Korniewicz, Kathleen, 73 Korth, Mary, 76 Korth, Nancy, 18,73 Koss, Kathy, 17,83 Kott, Jacqueline, 99 Kurwick, Ellen, 99 Kowalski, Susan, 23,81 Kowasz, Barbara, 79 Krajewski, Lorraine, 78 Kramer, Donna, 24,99 Kreitmeyer, Ann, 81 Krentler, Dianne, 76 Krol, Sandra, 79 Krosnowski, Barbara, 73 Kuber, Kathleen, 73 Kulesa, Mary Ellen, 41,99 Kulesa, Patricia, 56,84 Kurtz, Kathy, 80 Kwiatrowski, Bernadine, 38,75 -L- LaCoursier, Karen, 73 Lahiff, Patricia, 99 Lakin, Susan, 77 Lalley, Patricia, 85 Lamb, Eileen, 31,60,99 Lamberger, Patricia, 99 LaMotte, Janet, 18,100 Lang, Patricia, 30,73 Langley, Victoria, 73 Larson, Christina, 76 Lauchlan, Kathleen, 78 Lauxman, Susan, 73 Leavey, Carol, 73 Lee, Carol, 100 Lee, Mary Jo, 78 Lee, Sandra, 45,83 Legenhause, Lynn, 38,153,100 Legg, Carol, 100 Leibhah, Sally, 60,100 Lemieux, Suzanne, 38,73 Leonard, Catherine, 76 Lepage, Diane, 13,78 L'Heureux, Judith, 100 Liebert, Marilyn, 83 Liedel, Donna, 73 Liedel, Sandra, 84 Lindstrom, Barbara, 100 Lingle, Janet, 13,76 Link, Margaret, 79 Lloyd, Patricia, 76 Locke, Lillian, 100 Lockhart, Linda, 73,74 Lofstrom, Gail, 8,101 Loftus, Carol Ann, 85 Lollini, Barbara, 73 Lollini, Patricia, 17,27,101,108 Long, Maureen, 14,82 Longeway, Cecilia, 101 Lorenz, Barbara, 101 Lorenzen, Nancy, 80 Louisignau, Dianne, 73 Lubinskas, Carol, 76 Lukas, Diana, 73 Lustica, Barbara, 41,48,82 Lutz, Gloria, 73 -M- Mac Dermott, Barbara, 73 Mack, Audrey, 84 Macunovich, Diane,17,34,35,84 Madejczyk, Marilyn, 101 Madigan, Patricia, 56,77 Magyar, Cheryl, 85 Maher, Mary, 83 Maher, Patricia, 79 Major, Sandra, 101 Malachowski, Joan, 52,73 Malburg, Marilyn, 73 Malensky, Beatrice, 73 Mallette, Patrice, 73 Malley, Barbara, 101 Malone, Patricia, 31,101,125 Maloney, Theresa, 78 Manica, Diane, 73 Manica, Marioara, 76 Marldow, Janet, 79 Martin, Suellen, 102 Martoia, Dianne, 76 Marzley, Shirley, 73 Mason, Barbara, 79 Matuscak, Beverly, 76 Maxwell, Judith Maxwell, Sarah, 85 Mc Aleer, Janice, 77,79 Mc Auliffe, Anne, 12,102 Mc Bain, Michale, 73,74 Mc Canless, Clair, 85 Mc Cann, Isabel, 76 Mc Carthy, Barbara, 82 Mc Carthy, Mary, 23,47,102 Mc Carthy, Ruth, 73 Mc Cartney, Nancy, 82 Mc Clary, Paula, 17,102 Mc Cormick, Christine, 73 Mc Cullough, Kathleen, 73 Mc Curry, Rosemary, 37,73 Mc Devitt, Marilynn, 73 Mc Donald, Jane, 73 Mc Donough, Jane, 17,39,102 Mc Elman, Kathleen, 79 Mc Gough, Kathleen, 83 Mc Gowan, Colleen, 77 Mc Greevy, Mary, 28,102 Mc Kane, Kathleen, 75 Mc Lachlan, Linda, 77 Mc Namara, Kathleen, 45,102 Mc Sween, Kathleen, 73 Mc Sweeney, Mary Lou, 78 Meagher, Sue, 21,38,47,59,80 Meisel, Cheryl, 9,73 Menninger, Julie, 73 Menninger, Susan, 83 Meredith, Judith, 85 Mezget, Dorothy, 62,81 Michalski, Margaret, 20,40,102, 104 Miedlar, Lee Ann, 73 Mikesell, Susan, 73 Milkovich, Marjorie, 75 Miller, Donna, 65,102 Miller, Gloria, 73 Miller, Jo Anna, 73 Mills, Margaret, 73 Miner, Mary, 38,56,82 Mirek, Sandra, 103 Moar, Patricia, 103 Modovsky, Eleanor, 103 Molloy, Kathleen, 40,103 Molloy, Patricia, 16,78 Moloney, Ellen, 34,73 Montagne, Joanne, 52,57,89,103 Mooney, Judith, 73 Moran, Barbara, 103 Moran, Carol, 9,73 Moran, Kathleen, 27, 41, 44, 65, 102, 103 Moran, Lois, 80 Morgan, Michele, 73 Morrison, Judith, 38, 59,81 Morrison, Kathleen, 55,103 Morrow, Barbara, 47,48,93,l03 Mowatt, Pamela, 75 Moynihan, Rosalind, 73 Mueller, Mary, 79 Mulcrone, Maureen, 71 Monoz, Maria, 71 Murphy, Maureen, 71 Murphy, Sylvia, 10,103 Murtagh, Kathleen, 78 Myers, Patricia, 71 Myron, Susan, 84 -N- Nelligan, Kathleen, 103 Nelsen, Nancy, 24,81 Newbery, Carol, 104 Newbery, Mary, 71 Newman, Gloria, 14,82 Nickel, Mary Ann, 71 Nix, Judith, 47,93,104 Nobel, Nancy, 40,104 Noble, Diane, 75 Noel, Yvette, 77 Nowicki, Helen, 27,40,104 Nufer, Cheryl, 71 Nufer, Kathleen, 78 Nufer, Phyllis, 84 Nugent, Patricia, 104 -0- Oakes, Janet, 17,93,96,104 Oakes, Judith, 71 O'Brien, Catherine, 35,75 O'Brien, Patricia CSr.D, 60,63,104 O'Brien, Patricia CJr.l, 82 O'COnnell, Mary Ann, 38, 39,41,80, 81 O'Donnell, Margaret, 71 Ofenstein, Kathryn, 41,46,104, 109 O'Hara, Margaret Ann, 82 omaughlih, Sharon, 63,64,65,104 Olesak, Diane, 105 Olesky, Patricia, 34,81 Ondre, Michele, 82 Ondre, Suzanne, 105 O'Neil, Mary Margaret, 105 O'Neill, Ann Marie,46,105 O'Neil1, Bernadette, 38,80, 84 O'Neil1, Kathleen, 83 Oss, Patricia, 75 Ozak, Kathleen, 77 -p- Pakula, Natalie, 78 Paquette, Irene, 71 Parker, Pamela, 83 Patt, Barbara, 105,188 Patten, Nancy, 40,80 Patton, Anne, 68,71 Paul, Patricia, 105 Pembroke, Kathleen, 71 Perior, Sandra, 57,61,105 Permaloff, Susan, 82 Perotti, Marilyn, 105 Perrone, Diane, 40, 101,105 Perrone, Paulette, 75 Perry, Jo Ann, 77 Peters, Christine, 71 Peterson, Andrea, 16,78 Petresh, Bonnie, 71 Petrozzi, Anna, 75 Pfeffer, Pamela, 71 Phillips, Cheryl, 71 Phillips, Jacqueline, 41,65,106 Piatek, Sandra, 71 Pienta, Carol Sue, 27,41,106 Piersante, Jana, 31,106 Pietnlcha, Virginia, 106 Piotrowski, Denise, 71 Plenda, Diane, 82 Pococh, Barbara, 85 Podzius, Cynthia, 71 Polizzi, Pietrina, 78 Polutranovich, Mary, 71 Potter, Francine, 82 Povinelli, Loretta, 106 Powell, Linda, 71 Powell, Patricia, 37 Prayner, Patricia, 75,77 Prentke, Elaine, 71 Prentke, Patricia, 106 Pressel, Ann, 78 Prikryl, Sandra, 71 Prikryl, Susanne, 34,71 Primo, Michele, 75 Pringle, Marilyn, 77 Pritchard, Phyllis, 71 Pritchard, Sharon, 81 Przbyblowicz, Pamela, 71 Przybysz, Mary Ann, 28, 106 Purcott, Valerie, 48,106 Purgatori, Carol Ann, 84 -Q- Quaine, Joanne, '78 Quillin, Ellen, 39,75 Quinn, Patricia, 81 Quinn, Rita, 104,107 Quirk, Mary, 35,77 -R- Rademacher, Joanne, 107 Radford, Kathleen, 81 Ramirez, Maria, 71 Rath, Kathleen, 78 Reddington, Patricia, 85 Redington, Lynn, 107 Regan, Rose, 82 Renaud, Bernadette, 71 Renaud, Suzanne, 107 Renzi, Diane, 107 Revitte, Laurie, 71 Ries, Margaret, 107 Riha, Claudia, 71 Riley, Cheryl, 84 Rink, Judith, 23,107 Rizzo, Marie, 84 Robak, Sharon, 75 Robert, Kathleen, 71 Robinson, Patricia, 84 Rodgers, Yvonne, 71 Rohr, Margaret, 71 Roloff, Charlotte, 107 Roman, Constance, 71 Rondlna, Ruth Anne, 77 Ropert, Diane, 56,78 Rosowski, Christine, 71 Ross, Beverly, 108 Ross, Mariellen, 34, 35, 69, 8 Ross, Theresa, 83 Rossiter, Kathleen, 108 Rosswurm, Mary Ann, 27,4 Rothgeb, Mary Jane, 75 Rouen, Patricia, 77 Roy, Lee Annette, 78 Rublein, Patricia, 83 Rule, Jeanette, 71 Runski, Antoinette, 75 Ryan, Mildred Kay, 85 Ryan, Patricia, 71 -3- Sacker, Janet, 77 Sacker, Roberta, 84 Sallot, Judith, 43,53,68,71 Salmeto, Carmen, 71 Sampson, Nancy, 84 Sanchez, Barbara, 108 Sanchez, Ruth, 108 Sarge, Carol, 71 1 1,108 Sawicki, Gloryana, 80 Sawyer, Patricia, 71 Schiele, Nancy, 38,56,62,78,83 Schillinger, Cheryl, 78 Schindler, Mary, 71 Schmidt, Marilou, 34,108 Schoelch, Carol, 75 Schultz, Marilyn, 71 Schultz, Marion, 41,108 Schweyer, Susan, 79 Sciantarelli, Carol, 71 Scrimger, Karen, 83 Scupin, Constance, 70 Seberger, Nancy, 85 Seehaver, Sandra, 38,76 Seguin, Ann, 82 Selegan, Doreen, 24,41,79 Seller, Carol, Sellhorn, Elizabeth, 72 Semanski, Kathleen, 79 Shanahan, Kay, 76 Shea, Kathleen, 37,71 Sheehan, Janet, 79 Sheehan, Joan, 71 Shefferly, Marcella, 108 Shell, Janice, 81 Shell, Judith, 27,47,108 Sheridan, Susan, 76 Shoha., Diane, 109 Siewart, Grace, 71 Simon, Janet, 39,84 Simoneau, Ann, 82 Sinagoga, Sharon, 70 Sipracki, Ellen, 75 Skown, Margaret, 39,77 Skuzenski, Diana, 84 Skwarczynski, Valerie, 70 Slatinsky, Marilyn, 83 Slauter, Patricia, 78 Smart, Smart, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Dora, 70 Kathleen, 79 Janet, 55,109 Judith, QSr.l, 47,109 Judith, CSoph.J, 78 Karen, 82 Kay, 70 Lynn, 70 Mary, 83 Michelle, 70 Patricia, 109 Rebecca, 79 Snedeker, Pamela, 70 Snitgen, Diane, 70 Sorensen, Barbara, 82 Sosnowski, Rosalie, 109 Speicher, Caryl, 109 Speron, Gail, 81 Squiers, Karen, 34,109 Squiers, Patricia, 70 Statfer, Susan, 23,76 Stahl, Kathleen, 78 Stella, Mary Anne, 44,79 Steslicki, Sharon, 75 Stimson, Jane, 39,70 Stewart, Elaine, 109 Stewart, Georgia, 84 Stewart, Virginia, 34,35,44,83 St. Germaine, Judith, 80 Stiff, Susan, 109 Stock, Dianne, 82 Stringer, Kathryn, 109 Sullivan, Ann, 110 Sullivan, Mary, 110 Sullivan, Nancy, 39,40,46,61,62, 78,110 Sullivan, Patricia CSr.l, 38,39, 40,110 Sullivan, Patricia fFr.D, 70 Sullivan, Susan, l9,35,50,64,68, 110 Susalla, Ann Christine, 70 Sweeney, Mary Kay, 38, 56, 59,79 Sykes, Patricia, 110 Szalma, Susan, 63,70 -T- Tabbita, Patricia, 70 Tallant, Suzanne, 70 Taraszkiewicz, Michaeleen, 80 Tata, Julia, 39,76 Tavi, Karen, 19,110,125 Taylor, Christine, 40,77 Taylor, Patricia, 70 Teichman, Rita Ann, 39,78 Terrien, Barbara, 83 Terrien, Lorraine, 70 Thibault, Virgiline, 36,77 Thomas, Christine, 70 Thompson, Yvonne, 24,37,62,80,81 Thoms, Lorraine, 110 Tisdale, Marilyn, 27,45,107,l10 Tkaczuk, Tamara, 10,70 Todaro, Joan, 70 Tompor, Penny, 110 Trader, Sharon, 70,75 Trombly, Patricia, 111 Troy, Patricia, 84 Trupiano, Mary, 79 Trupiano, Nancy, 81 Tushis, Carolyn, 44,111 Twardochleb, Alice, 70 Tymoczko, Joanne, 70 -U- Ulbrich, Gayle, 76 Ulbrich, Rosemary, 70 Utter, Marel Anne, 37,83 Uzelac, Deborah, 70 -V- Vachon, Carol, 82 Valone, Marilyn, 70,75 Van Dessel, Eleanor, 81 Vannier, Denise, 76 Varani, Judith, 111 Varani, Peggy, 70 Vavrek, Marie, 77 Veilleux, Alida, 70 Ventitelli, Elaine, 76 Verreau, Mary Kay, 34,35,79 Villeneuve, Bernadette, 57,61, 111 Villeneuve, Maureen, 70 -W- Wagner, Karen, 70 Walters, Judith, 76 Wank, Patricia, 70 Warzynski, Kathleen, 81 Watkins, Judith A., 70 Watkins, Judith E., 70 Weber, Karen, 70 Weglarz, Christine, 43,77 Weiler, Christine, 76 Wenderlich, Catherine, 111 Wendt, Carol, 57,61,111 West, Loretta, 83 Whalen, Mary, 70 Wheeler, Barbara, 70 White, Barbara, 84 White, Mary, 70 Wilhelm, Rosemary, 35, 56, 80 Willemin, Carol, 10,70 Wills, Marilyn, 81 Wilson, Kristine, 68,70 Witham, Marilyn, 40,79 Withey, Pamela, 82 Wlodyga, Marsha, 37,76 Wolford, Diane, 76 Wollenberg, Elizabeth, 77 Wolski, Christine, 111 Woolen, Sandra, 85 Woollums, Mary Ann, 85 Wright, Barbara Jean, 48,111 Wright, Kathleen, 70 Wright, Margaret, 81 Wright, Mary, 37,70 Wrobel, Kathleen, 111 Wrobel, Nancy, 70 Wroblewski, Mary, 75 -y- Yamarino, Sandra, 27,88,109 Yancura, Carol, 80 Yermak, Frances, 40,89 Young, Carol, 77 Young, Dianne, 84 Young, Karen, 70 Yount, Patricia, 27,54,111 Yuergens, Antoinette, 77 -z- Zarza, Diane, 54,92,111 Zbiegniewicz, Barbara, 70 Zielinski, Elizabeth, 75 Zimkosky, Bernadette, 44,111 Zwolak, Kathleen, 70,75 Acknowledgements Roses to You: Our Blessed Mother to Whom this book is dedicated, Sister Mary Frederic for permission to publish this year's annualg M Members of the faculty for Willing cooperation in sacrificing class time for yearbook pictures, Sister Mary Karl, our moderator, for competent guidance, indispensable assistance, and necessary prayersg Edwards Brothers, our reliable publishers, for prompt service and fine craftsmanship, and particu- larly Mr. James Martin, our representative, for his patience and encouragement, Durand Cover Company for binding our book, es- pecially Mr. Harold Payne for designing our cover, Mary Dugan for proficient art Work, and Our assistants in photography: K-Mac Studio, senior portraits, special events, and expert photographic aid, All-State Photo Company, underclass pictures, Sister Mary Christopher and yeyvj staff g and Mr. Earl Bradley. 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