Shrine of the Little Flower High School - Theresian Yearbook (Royal Oak, MI)

 - Class of 1954

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lp? 2, Us ll 2 ln.. '4 v 1 9 Q, l l ,l l i 9 r ' l I t fs. f fflir Above: To achieve the proper balance, sophomores study the effects of good and evil in the laws of morality. Left: G. Becker checks the Little Flower member- ships that will help further the successful drive to build a mission for the less fortunate in the South. Only the unimaginative, the earth-bound, believe that charity is strictly a financial matter. The greatest charity lies in kind- ness to others, regardless of personality. It is easy to love those who are our friends. The greater virtue land the finer artl lies in loving those who may be unattractive, unpleasant or even our enemies.

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X A Q X c was . J ,. elf UNDER PRIVILEGED Left: These tiny heads will be graced with shining curls come morning, thanks to their nurse and the volunteered assist- ance of N. Deering at the Sarah Fisher Home. Center: N. Deering says "good night," to one of her winsome little charges. Right: "Fun for all ages," In r HW' ,QI v P might well be the title of this nursery scene. S. Smith and H. Green seem to be enjoying their services at the Home. Below: The choir girls, besides adding to the beauty of the liturgy at Mass every Sunday, made a trip to the T.B. Sanatorium at Howell, Michigan, at Christmastime, to entertain the patients there with carols. Services such as these for the poor and underprivileged are part of the Catholic Action plan- , F5 CHOIR GIRLS making positive virtues intrinsic parts of our daily lives. Front, ll to r.l N. Cornell, J. Saroka, E. Gagnon, Doering, N. Scott, D. Pfiester, J. Karam, A. Reefer, K. Gardner, M. Schlage, M Woodall, E. LeZotte, S. Widger, S. Sarvis, M. E. Cahill, S. Sebourin, J. P. O'Brien, S. Lopo, D. Lopo, B. Dunn, A. Hoetger, Gallo, A. Petri, B. Merchberger, N. Dimmer, A. S. Yowell, S. Bechtil, S. Chapman, C. Silva, M. McDonald, E. Flannery, M. A. Troy, S. Molly, J. Sammon, L. Budzisch, L. Kolka, J. Sherman.



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Recitation in class is "step number one" in learning how to express opinions logically a n d forcefully. Here, L. Kolka is "on the carpet," as Mr. Halcli challenges her to de- fend her statement. Shrine students participated with other local schools in voicing their opinions on national, community and personal problems. Sponsored by the Daily Tribune, the sessions were held in the Royal Oak library during the month of February. Opposite Page: E. Modrich, A. Frick, W. Mertens and J. Blakey hold a "post-mortem" session with Father John J. Tracy after the Youth Forum on Teen-Agers' personal problems. C. Loeser, R. McDermott, A. Brown, P. Curran, D. Short, J. Waechter, M. Lqmb, S. Waterman and B. Siefred warm up before presenting their dec- lamations at the Annual Regional Forensic Contest ln the District contest, four of this group came home with first prizes in their respective divisions. C. Loeser triumphed in Humorous Reading, D. Short in Oration, J. Waechter in Dramatic Reading, and S. Waterman in Original Oratory. C. Loeser and S. Waterman also finished first in the Regional contest, and D. Short cop- ped the third prize in his division. All of these people are to be con- gratulated for their splendid work. , YOUTH PREPARES br

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