Star of the Sea Academy - Stella Maris Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

 - Class of 1954

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Through the years he has willingly sacrificed his time, energy, and prayers for the spiritual and moral guidance of his flock. With utmost perse- verance and vigilance, he has attended to the needs of us, his children. His priestly zeal has ever stood as a living example to urge us toward higher ambitions and greater conquests. We pray that this stalwart courier of God will receive bountifully the reward of blessings that he merits each day, and may they be a constant source of joy to him. FACULTY Mother Mary Ursula ...... Principal Sister Cornelia joseph ....... Latin Sister Adele Marie . . . English, Spanish Sister Helen Clare ..... English, Glee Sister Mary Cyril ........ Business Mrs. Bernice Nix . . . Home Economics Sister St. James . . French, Mathematics Miss Geraldine Sister Mary Eugene ....... History Broyer, R.N ...... Home Nursing Sister Mary Monica ......... Art Miss June Hitchcock ..... Athletics Sister Anne Cecilia ........ Science Miss Diane Fratus . . . . . Athletics Sister Patricia Clare . . English, History THESE are the teachers who with a dedicated spirit guide our destines along the paths of learning. Daily they stand before us, giving their every effort to teach us each subject and to work out both our spiritual and scholastic problems. Their only aim is to instill into our hearts high standards of moral responsibility and unswerving principles of Christian ideals, so that we may one day reach the high destiny to which God has called us. .7 if .V 'i . .MU A r 1 511' xx 1-'vu-slab'-I-A 9,1 A f.w . 4 . Tw, N L Q f 5 Q s, 2 i N.. x O 'X SZ Rf- ? 4? 1- L ff x Tn 5 iff? .. , Y-,Q 3 N A ..., ' K A si Q 4 1. ' gf 'f . fi f X ' 3 5 , mae, x - M I A W' ..., Y 'm ' ' 1 , W-ummm--N W M x w 2.43: SENIOR CLASS OIVIFICIZRS LEFT TU RIGHT: Virginia Mc Kinney, treasurer: Gwen Lewis, secrehlry: Carle Macdonald. presi dent: Agnes U'IJonnell, vice president. if S'I'lTIlIiN'l' IIIIIIY UFFICIERS FIRST ROW, left to right: .ln ,-Xnn Wilson. I.iIIuU'SulIiu1n. .Indy 5IurpI13, Jerry Inilltcruils- ser. Marion Ilcllnn, Yirplinin lin- cinccu. llnphne Nlnck, Nlnrx .lime NIcNIilImn. SECOND RUVV: .lunn Hoyle. -Xntoillette IJcI.uccIli. Iivltv Anne U'Sheu. Natalie Hughes. Iinrhurn XVIIIIZIIIIS, Ninuruen I,y0ns. .Incqneline Iinurtncy. Curie Mm:- dmmld. I'ilt I.ilwleSs. fs . W AS THE FINAL days of the Golden Year draw to a close, we pause at the crossroads of our school life and look back over vistas we have left behind us - four cherished high school years. It seems only yesterday that we first entered Star as eager, bright- eyed freshmen. Everything was novel, different, exhilarating, and, as the weeks and months went by, we applied ourselves with a will to Alma Mater's every project. Our freshman and sophomore years passed all too quickly, and the junior year was upon us. We were upperclassmen at last! Drill-team champions, Beyond the Coral Reef, and Blossom Time - these are among the most cherished memories of our junior year. Came September, 1953, and we found ourselves seniors, enjoying the dignity, deference, and prestige awarded forthcoming graduates. A new sense of responsibility settled on our shoulders, and we set about to make this, our final year, the best. Intermingled with our duties were the wonderful highlights of our senior year: the Recollection Days, Talk of the Town, Senior Privileges, Sneak Day, and the Senior Exclusive. And now Commencement! We take one last, fond look at the wide vista of precious memories and then set forth upon life's highway. Our future lies before us Like drifts of pure white snow, How carefully we shall tread it, Since every step will show! CARLE MACDONALD Carle-Mac . . . Junior, Senior Prexy . . . Drill team . . . personality beams from her smile . . . persuasive leadership . . . sincere and ellicient . . . dependable worthwhile friend . . . Ambition: Upward and onward AGNES O'DONNELL Aggie . . . pert redhead . . . animated blue eyes cute smile . . . Frosh Prexy . . . S. B. Secretary Senior Veep . . . Drill team . . . rich in talent and personality . . . sports a green Dodge. GWENDOLYN LEWIS Gwen . . . Senior secretary . . . Varsity cheerleader eye appeal her hair's her crowning glory . . . love those eyes . . . Dance, Ballerina, Dance . . . Pet Peeve prompt people . . . college bound. VIRGINIA McKINNEY Ginny . . . money-mad class treasurer . . . stoplight hair . . . dilly driller . . . co-operative and tactful UCLA football fan . . . always losing her lunch Pet Peeve: to be called McKinl x , D CLAIRE BREEN Freshman Veep . . . Junior Prom committee . . . cute per- sonnlity . . . winning smile . . . fondness lor swimmers . . . All hail green and gold . . . Pet Peeve: Being mistaken for someone else. CYNTHIA BROWN Cosmopolitan Army brat . . . jet propelled vivneity . . . hu- mor peppered with wit . . . stars in her eyes . . . Pet Peevc: People who fool with my hair! . . . Amhitinn: Mar- riage at eighty-three. X t N SHEILA CARUSO Frosh, Varsity cheerleader . . . Drill team . . . sparkling brown eyes enhanced by dark lashes . . . Filibustcr champ . . . sugar 'n spice . . . twinkle toes . . . River en- thusiast . . . scissors happy . . . nonchalant. FAY CHAN Mardi Gras Oueen . . . Sweet Thing . . . gamin grin . . . another popular favorite . . . diminutive doll . . . Pet Peeve: studying and tardiness . . . Ambition: to be comfortable at all times. '54 fx 1 '4i,,,'- 'sl ,,f' BETTY CHIN 1 ff Dimples perpettlalfzvinkle . . . can handle allggtuatio . .' terrific on the dance al r an h brightens fa sroom. I . . . friendly to ever ns. . . Qgzl 5 ul... ' yn X I L r f F F' lfi'Ji:l1E1' UM Jan . . . Drill team . . . agile dancer . . . spontaneous laughter . . . baseball . . . bowling enthusiast . . . perpetual gaiety . . . bouncing belle . . . Weakness: Fairfax . . . Ambition: first girl to enroll at Notre Dame, Indiana. DENA CONSANI Talented performer . . . Stardust . . . loves to dance . . . Ooopsl . . . sense of humor . . . inclined toward dramatics . . . Weakness: movies and clothes . . . Favorite Expression: Look, doll. SHARON COONEY Pride and joy of French class . . . Comedian Plus . . . riotous laughter . . . typing whiz . . . Luck of the Irish . . . Ideal: Florence Nightingale . . , Favorite Expression: lt was nothing! BRENDA COTTRELL Future Doris Day . . . Enthusiastic Cal-Poly fan . . . sparkling blue eyes . . . Bright as a new penny! . . . speaks French with Irish brogue . . . Weakness: roller coasters. DOROTHEA COUCH Darth . . . the friendly touch . . . basket- ball, green 'n gold style . . . Well, kid . . . humor galore . . . contagious school spirit . . . Oh, that faraway look . . . Pet Peeve: Diets! JOYCE CRIEGER Glee Club Sec .... f'Chonita . . . twinkling blue eyes . . . crew cut . . . pixie-like per- sonalityl . . . Favorite Expression: Hub? . . . Pet Peeve: brown-eyed boys . . . Ambi- tion: Ethel Merman's spotlight! MARY CUMMINS Sun lover with a spreckled tan . . . incessant talker . . . You're kiddin! . . . Pet Peeve: alarm clocks . . . Ambition: To get a man without a gun l . . . Stanford hopes. MAUREEN CUSH Cushion . . . Parish Life Committee . . . four years Glee . . . Irish? . . . class teams . . . professional soda jerk . . . the laugh . . . Hey You . . . collects menus . . . baseball fan . . . school spirit MARY DALY Volleyball class team . . . grey-eyed Irishman . . . soft 'n sweet . . . Mighty Mouse . . . great school spirit . . . studious . . . quiet on the surface . . . Pet Peeve: being called Betty . . . Future R.N .... IZ-year Star. TFRESA DE BELLIS Terri . . . dancing brown eyes . . . Italian haircut . . . Cal-Poly enthusiast . . . Ambition: U.C .... penetrating stare . . . Pet Peeve: getting someone else's mail . . . friendliness personified. JOANNE DUNN Jo . . . Soph prexy . . . Junior veep . . . Drill team . . . tennis champ . . . uncontrollable laughter . . . terrillic tan . . . Big E model . . . Weakness: tall fellows . . . Favors rlshing to the River. l ' I 1 W , is iv: MARCELLA FABING Marc ' . . . S.B. veep . . . Drill team . . . tawny tan . . . shining hair and expressive eyes . . . wardrobe wise . . . partial to week ends . . . Tahoe enthusiast . . . punctuality plus . . . sociable. JANE FALLON Janie . . . contagious laugh . . . flawless complexion . . . terrific sense of humor . . . Would ja ever . . . tops in school spirit . . . Santa Claus . . . Great Kid. BVELYN FAYNE Evey . . . quiet laughter . . . soft 'n senti- mental . . . beautiful dreamer . . . jazz fan . . . SL Louis Blues . . . Favorite pastime: writ- ing letters . . . Pet Peeve: late mailmen . . . Weakness: black, curly hair. , I ii-ij' 4 CAROLYN FINIGAN ,N 'x Musical laughter . . . bubbly personality . . . impertinent angel . . . vivacious . . . sunshine in her smile . . . terrific singer . . . sports a green Stude . . . Pet Peeve: people over 5'2 . . . 12-year Star. CAROL FITZSIMMONS Powder blue eyes . . . wardrobe wise . . . whimsical . . . a ready smile . . . Weakness: Dogs named Delish . . . Pet Peeve: saying good-bye . . . Favorite Song: The Chocolate Soldier. 'J MAUREEN FLYNN Little Mo . . . collector of tom-toms . . canary voice . . . sophistication plus . . . drives the green bug . . . Pet Peeve: sympa- thy seekers . . . Ambition: to be a buyer. CLAIRE FONG Clarabell . . . tall and slender . . . knitting fan . . . Pet Peeve: getting up for school . . . Weakness: movies and clothes . . . Favorite pastime: eating . . . Ambition: to become a bookkeeper. DORTHY JO FULLER Dink . . . cute little chuckle . . . sincere personality . . . nimble feet . . . blue cocktail glasses . . . a winning lass . . . Pet Peeve: 20-Z0 vision . . . Ambition: TV musical director. MILLIE GBE Artistic temperament . . . late riser . . . in- quisitive . . . subtle wit . . . dimples . . . class basketball . . . Favorite pastime: lounging . . . Weakness: homework . . . Pet Peeve: I'll get there. ANGELA GONZALEZ Angie . . . From down Mexico way . . . laughing eyes . . . always cheerful . . . spar- kling personality . . . winning smile . . . vol- leyball varsity . . . South of the Border . . . big tease . . . Favorite Expression: Hi- youl PATRICIA GOOD Tiny . . . perpetual tan . . . dark eyes and a sparkling smile . . . pleasant personality . . . Pet Peeve: being locked out . . . Weak- ness: tall men . . . Ambition: an A in chemistry. GAIL GRIFFIN Volleyball class team . . . Riding club . . . horse fiend . . . Midnight . . . I'm Nerv- ous . . . expert cook? . . . je suis faim . . . accident insurance carrier . . . Lone Mountain scholarship . . . Ambition: Western school marm. ANNE HANLEY Cleo . . . G.A.A. Prexy . . . 4-year Varsity . . . Charleston fiend . . . terrific parties . . . auburn tresses . . . dependable and winsome . . . Pet Peeve: Not finding a parking place . . . Never a dull moment . . . Ambition: Criminologist. DOLORES HARRINGTON Dodie . . . dancing Irish eyes . . . talkative . . . 12-year Star . . . always has an answer . . . delights in arguments . . . gullible . . . spontaneous laughter . . . Favorite Expres- sion: Wait'll I tell ya-now listen. ARLENE HAUSE Spotted tan . . . volleyball enthusiast . J. Lone Mt. Scholarship . . . two years glee . . perpetual diet . . . vacation in the Philippines . . . famous for patio parties . . . eyebrows! . . . Weakness: horn-rimmed glasses. DORAE HILL Rae . . . always laughing . . . courteous and cooperative . . . love that maroon Ford . . . joint piggy bank . . . sunlight in her bangs . Pet Peeve: 7:30 alarm . . . Hobby: linger nal s. ROSEMARY HANSEN Rose . . . sunset hair . . . natural curly . . . shy personality . . . quiet charm . . . 12-year Star . . . dancing feet . . . blushing rose . . . Pet Peeve: late people . . . Favorite pastime: phoning. NATALIE HUGHES Nat . . . Stella Maris editor . . . Drill team . . . Lone Mt. Scholarship . . . natural Toni . . . dry humor . . . Back in the Saddle Again . . . Favorite lunch: melba toast . . . Ambition: to find King Solomon's Mines. ...Af gist. BARBARA HURABIELL Bobbi . . . J. A. Representative . . . Base- ball team . . . Magine thatl' . . . flying wheels . . . perpetually prompt? . . . travel bug . . . Heart and Soul . . . carefree and gay . . . Weakness: tall blondes . . . future criminolo- MARI JANE IMPASTATO Janie . . . dimples and amiable . . . green eyes . . . River fan . . . mischievous laughter . . . Weakness: plumbers and short hair . . . Pet Peeve: making lunches . . . Ambition: City College. CLAUDETTE LACAMPAGNE STELLA JEONG Brenchic U . . naturalli curly Pee Wee . . . sweet mannered . . . neatness 25:33 -'55 'nugcctfiri plus . . . reserved . . . tennis . . . basketball gmte hound U U U weakness. varsity member . . . Pet Peeve: making lunches Qmshmeres U U U pet peeve: go, . . . Ambition: City College . . . Weakness: ing In gunman U U U Amhmm: short half' to marry a millionaire. EVA JIU Brown eyes . . . Navy fan . . . loves corre- spondence . . . Basketball class team . . smooth dancer . . . typing enthusiast . . quick and clever . . . Pet Peeve: critics . Favorite saying: Home, James. MARJORIE JOHNSON Marge . . . Stella Maris chauffeur . . . four years Glee . . . another nightingale . . . drill and baseball . . . Pet Peeve: shorthand homc- work and raviolis . . . Ambition: to secure M.R.S. degree. HELEN KEAVENEY Stella Maris staff . . . inveterate talker . . , honestly . . . Navy fan . . . State bound . . . study club . . . future prop . . . shining silver frames . . . Pet Peeve: stolen shocs . . . Weakness: spaghetti. REGINA KELLEHER Reg . . . Mission chairman SS . . . short shiny bob . . . never lost for words . . . a cannon personality . . . U.S.F. rooter . . . keen and clever . . . vim, vigor, vitality . . . State bound. BARBARA KELLS Green eyes . . . long brown locks . . . com- posed, gracious, and full of fun . . . partial to week ends . . . Pet Peeve: people with attitudes . . . Tahoe bound . . . Weakness: blue eyes. VIRGINIA KLINGMAN Sally . . . tranquil and agreeable . . . full ol gay banter . . . sweet 'n lovely . . . Weakness: French fries . . . Pet Peeve: being called Marie . . . Ambition: a hardened bill collector . . . Off to State. EUGENIA KOLLIAS Jeanie . . . Drill team . . . 3-year cheer- leader . . . always air mail . . . clothes con- scious . . . sunny streak? . . . Blonde Bombshell . . . Pet Peeve: height . . . Weak- ness: a marvelous person . . .' Ambition: State. CAROL LANDUCCI KATHLEEN LANG Kathy . . . big blue eyes . . . congenial . . . trim . . . fashion conscious . . . photographer's dream . . . On Santa Clara . . . Lemons . . . Forest Lake ian . . . Stanford Indian tan . . . Pet Peeve: hanging ringlets. GERALDINE LAUTERWASSER Jerry . . . Sodality Prefect . . . Drill team . . . Varsity cheerleader . . . 12-year Star . . . S.S.A. model . . . eager beaver . . . Weak- ' , ness: gullibilitv . . San Clara fan . . . Waits for NO man! Petite . . . friendliness . . . MICHELE LE BRUN babbling brook . . . 12-year Star . . . industrious student Micky . . . pert 'n saucy . . . never moody . . , That certain softness . . . a ready listener . . . mischievous twinkle . . . Favorite Pastime: worry- in smiling eyes . . . Pet Peeve: American pro- ing . . . Weakness: some tall, nunciation of French . . . Ambition: to be dark, and handsome. another Platol Xl .J x His: r '54 li ' 4 ANGELA LEE Angie . . . neat and trim . . . lustrous black hair . . . quiet, poised, and sedate . . . keen sense oi humor . . . Pet Peeve: knitting . . . Weakness: Chinese New Year . . . Ambition: to graduate. PH YLLIS LELLMAN Phyl . . . merry and wise . . . mild-man- nered and unassuming . . . quiet sense of humor . . . ardent student . . . I know . . . loves? outdoor life . . . Ambition: Cheaper by the Dozen! KATHLEEN LOHMEIER Kath . . . sweet, gentle manner, ready and willing to listen . . . warm, friendly spirit beneath a quiet, cheerful exterior . . . Favorite period: lunch hour . . . Hobby: collecting records. LUCILLE MAJOULET Lucy . . . terrific rider . . . passion for ponies . . . genial . . . always ready to listen . . . dark 'n mysterious . . . Favorite expres- sion: Bring any carrots? . . . Ambition: twelve sons for West Point! STELLA MARINOS Stcl . . . nonchalant 'n casual . . . dancing feet . . . even tan . . . Boyes Springs gadabout . .U . cute boyish locks . . . Junior Prom Com- mittee . . . Drill team . . . What's new? . . . Weakness: Legionnaires. JOAN MARTY Martyn . . . Sophisticated nose . . . calm, cool, and collected . . . striking long hair . . . sports '50 Buick . . . Pet Peeve: USN . . . fabulous party giver . . . Ambition: To marry a millionaire. BARBARA MAYER 12-year Star . . . winning giggle . . . even tempered . . . happy disposition . . . friendly personality . . . greatness . . . Weakness: green Ford . . . Pet Peeve: purple streak and el Espanol. I I 1 u .A-EJ .f K fl 1 ,mis- ss-3 1...-f -..,, ai MARY McARDLE Pun-loving Irishman . . . tall 'n trim . . true-blue . . . quiet reserve . . . careful driver . . . Sonoma summers . . . Oh, for my own carl . . . Future Co-ed . , . Pet Peeve: lower lockers. PATRICIA McC'LOSKEY Paddie-Poo . . . Irish temper . . . always good for a laugh . . . pleasant . . . likeable . . . Favorite Expression: You idiot! . . . Pet Peeve: tan people . . . Weakness: scissors and long hair. PATRICIA McCORMICK Pat . . . trim 'n tidy . . . clothes parade . . . lustrous hair . . . rosy cheeks . . . velvet blue eyes . . . Russian River tan . . calm. cool, and collected . . . Drill team . . . Sleepy Time Gal. TH ERESA Mcl-ZVOY Terry . . . expressive eyes . . . irrepressible laughter . . . The river . . . just buzzin' round . . . cuts the ice with silver blades . . . Secret Ambition: Blue Lincoln . Favorite Expression: Oh pain! 5 ANNE McGEE Annie . , . twinkling personality . . . likes white Cadvertibles, but sports 'Sl Olds . . . Camp Mather enthusiast . . . Pet Peevc mother's ham and tomato sandwiches . Ambition: dental hygienist. BETTY McGOWAN Liz . . . conscientious . . genial . . . en- ergetic talker . . . hilarious laugh . . . polka- dot tan . . . Library club . . . veritable Madame Curie . . . Weakness: books . . . Pct Peeve: exams . . . Future M.D. 1 if , ' Q . 9 , I '- 0 JOAN MEGINNESS .Ioanie . . . quiet, but lun to be with . . . easy to talk to . . . appreciative . . . dependa- bility plus . . . Glee Club . . . Weakness: black 'n white sundaes . . . Pet Peeve: late people. A BARBARA MELANEPHY Barb , . . Pepsodent smile . . . laughing hazel eyes . . . carefree and easy-going . . . mad passion for oranges and free cookies . . . talented commercialite . . . Ambition: drilling teet . REGINIA MINUDRI Minn . . . mad driver . . . combustible laughter . . . mischievous blue eyes . . . tons ol lun . . . Senior basketball captain . . . Pet Peeve: crowded buses . . . Favorite expres- sion: Just a little minute here! JOAN MOLINARI Textbook artist . . . Latin scholar . . . creator ot Squeakie . . . castles in the air . . . candid . . . kind . . . Can I use your gym shorts? . . . Pet Peeve: People . . . Ambi- tion: educated hobo. s is Q so ' MARIE MOORE Southern Belle . . . Sports a green hornet . . . impromptu party-giver . . . dimples . . . sunny disposition . . . unrul- lled composure . . . quiet humor . . . Drill team . . . Pet Peeve: inability to tan. LETITIA MURPHY Boots . . . class wit . . . Irish and proud of it . . . jazz enthusiast . . . voracious ap- petite . . . Lake County vaca- tioner . . . Apostolic Commit- tee . .,'Pet Peeve: green MG . . . Ambition: Oregon U. . ,rd A 5 I 1 ' I q . I v',' ROSEMARY MURPHY Murph . . . Frosh Secretary . . . Drill team . . . Always has a big plan . . . Dancing Shoes . . . Tops in fashion . . . Irish eyes . . . Weakness: basketball players . . . Pet Peeve: freckles. ' ,s.1 . .lg..Sw .Al ..J A v'j 7 it - .- 4 tba . SUZANNE NERHEIM 1 A ' Turtle . . . Devilish blue eve . . faggles and blushes . . . Argyle specialist . . . Play a solo . . . delights in arguments . . . Hates late arrivals . . . Ambition: to sport a certain tan Ford. 1 K, . ,f 4 4 f' 'f NANCY NEUBERGER ' ' ' Soft green eyes . . . ready smile . . . laugh-a- minute-gal . . . constantly counting calories . . . famous letter writer . . . class volleyball team . . . Bell Bottom Blues. ALICE NEVIN Supplies her own sunshine . . . refined . . . sincere student . . . industrious in a quiet way . . . smooth driver . . . Future R.N. . . . Pet Peeve: swimming . . . Weakness: Italian food and garlic. PEARL NG Always attacks a project with a will '. . . un- affected and gracious . . . conservative type . . . likes to spin the platter . . . Pet Peeve: being late for class . . . Weakness: '53 Buick. JOAN O'lJWYER Joanie O. . . . Little stick of dynamite . . . cordial . . . Our Lady's Chairman . . . Drill team . . . Favorite saying: Money, Money! . . . Pet Peeve: empty mailbox . . . Ambition: to acquire a good habit. GLORIA PAMPARATO Glo . . . friendly . . . has a smile for every- one . . . quiet blue eyes . . . patient, soft- spoken . . . ready with a helping hand . . . volleyball varsity . . . Glee Club . . . 12-year Star. BARBARA PEDRINI Barbie . . . Sparkle Plenty . . . talkative hands . . . spangles of mischief in her brown eyes . . . Drill team . . . Lone Mt. Scholarship . . . Pet Peeve: party lines . . . Ambition: lirst to go to Bermuda by bus! PATRICIA PETRI at . . . ardent conversationalist . . . pas- P , 5 4 sion for red hair and a blue Buick . . . Forever saying: I guess . . . Favorite pastime: guessl . . . Pet Peeve: Trolley buses . . . Future R.N. LILLIAN PRATO Lili . . . typical China doll . . . You and Your Beautiful Eyes . . . delights in con- versation . . . stylish . . . expert spaghetti twirler . . . Weakness: kittens . . . Pet Peeve: Tennis champs . . . Fairfax enthusiast. fs.. I 'Lame '1'lI I' 3 . DEN ISE PRENDERGAST Denny . . . slow energy . . . constantly neat . . . Model Star . . . combination of sense and nonsense . . . taught Esther Williams all she knows . . . loyal, sweet, and thoughtful . . . Pet Peeve: short hair. CLAIRE RANKIN Clarabell . . . Beautiful, Ileautiful Brown Eyes . . . talented typist . . . forever calm . . . enthusiastic varsity member . . . loves biology and religion classes . . . Pet Peeve: Study . . . Colors: Black and white. JULIA REARDON Rodeo queen . . . skilled equestrienne , . . varsity member . . . loves correcting biology papers . . . 12-year Star . . . favorite expres- sion: Noi . . . Ambition: to win the Ken- tucky Derby. JEANETTE SAVANT Jen . . . prim and proper . . . always smiling . . . Glee Club . . . Weakness: yellow con- vertibles . . . Favorite expression: IIingo! . . . Pet Peeve: asking boys to dances . . longs for a trip to Scotland. SHIRLEY SCA RDIGLI Changeable personality . . . tap-dancing eyes . . . explosive laughter . . . commercialite . . . Weakness: clothes . . . Pet Peevez Diets . . . Ambition: to find her tall, dark, and handsome . . . Favorite pastime: Camera fiend. .IACOLYN SCHEFLER Jackie . . . I-year Star . . . long curly hair . . . sweet smile . . . seamstress . . . Dresden painting . . . recipes . . . volleyball class team captain . . . Pet Peeve: conceited people and short hair . . . Future R.N. .IACQUELINE SCHILLING Jackie . . . Glee Club Prexy . . . volleyball and basketball varsity . . . Hot Canary . . . wings on her feet . . . pleasantly chatty . . . Oh, Mercy! . . . Arizona enthusiast . . Pet Peeve: calories. MAURAID SEMPLE Competent, gentle . . . friendly . . . avid reader . . . Uparlez-vous francais? . . . these mad Irish . . . Just LOOK at my hairl . . . highway terror . . . Got any gum P MARY ANNE SHEA 12-year-Star . . . riding manager . . . Dip- per . . . 2 years class teams . . . green little chemist . . . spaghetti dinners . . . two years Glee . . . polo star . . . Pet Peeves: deadheads . . . Quiet? JULIE SIU Chinese drum corps . . . class teams . . . in demand on the dance lloor . . . dark, laughing eyes . . . I'm sure . . . always happy . . . Argyle minded . . . Ambition: M.R.S. degree. JOAN SULLIVAN .loanie . . . good natured . . . thoughtful . . . favors puny tails - long hair . . . milk- shake master . . . summer chalet. Rio Nido . . . Weak- ness: Green dreams . . . Am- bition: to learn to cook. MARGARET SULLIVAN Maggie . . . When Irish Eyes Are Smiling . . . straight from the Emerald Isle . . . warm-hearted . . . Weakness: ping-pong . . . Pet Peeve: homework . . . Ambition: to raise a basketball team. MARILYN TICE Mar . . . basketball fan . . . Rio Nido enthusiast . . . statuesque and photogenic . . . great driver? . . . Weakness: redheads in white Chevies . . . Pet Peeve: Being called Peaches . . . Favorite expression: I dunno. DONNA TILLSON Class team . . . warm-hearted . . . refined . . . freckles . . . crazy laugh . . . I Wanna Be Loved by You . . . Oh, to drive a car . . Pet Peeve: insincere people . . . Ambition: name in lights. 'I HERESE TURNER Terry . . . mad driver . . . class team . . . long eyelashes . . . forever hungry . . . always happy . . . mischievous . . . Boulder Creek enthusiast . . . dynamite comes in small pack- ages . . . Ambition: R.N. shingle. ELEANOR TYRRELL El . . . the walk . . . agreeable . . . re- served . . . quiet as thunder . . . a bottled blonde . . . the quartermile . . . Pet Peeve: lunch in the cafe . . , Ambition: to get rich quickly. BARI SWEENEY --Babu-ie . . . captivating miie MTHRYN WALSH EYES - - - HNFHCIIVE - - - Qflll Kathy . . . 12-year Star . . . giggles, blushes, Wim - - - Prom C0m lmee and more giggles . . . green and gold . . . - Dance Cfmfesf - - - PIW0' frank . . . Favorite expression: Oh, brotherl flfe Pffigfffml ' TWUSUFY Men . . . Secret ambition: a fire engine red convert- In Avtwn - - - PSI Peever ible . . . Pet Peeve: spotlights. blonde nurses . . . Ambition: undecided. PAULINE TARRANT KATHLEEN WEDIGE Auburn IDCKS - - - Sl'l10k2 Kay . . . class teams . . . varsity . . . Stella Gels in Y0Ulf EYES . . . per- Maris Staff . . . two years Glee . . . onions in De!!-'Bl HPDCIIYC - . - UIIIAQUC civics . . . professional leg-breaker . . . Luther glass frames . - - nrnficnent Burbank, Jr .... Pet Peeve: math . . . Am- SHUISYFCSS - - - U10'-lghfful - -- bition: college English professor. Anchors Aweigh . . . Pet Peeve: dentist . . . Weakness: Chinese food. DOLORES WEI-INER Volleyball star . . . Grayson's staff . . . What happened to the other half of my argyle socks P . . . flowing tresses . . . always laughing . . . Weakness: baby cookies . . . Pet Peeve: being called Dopey. BARBARA WILLIAMS Barb . . . money bags of S-1 . . . popular favorite . . . water battles at noon . . . fresh air fiend . . . Coober . . . outstanding school spirit . . . Sentimental Journey . . . Ambi- tion: a southern education. VICTORIA WILLIAMS Vicky . . . bubbling personality . . . That's Amore . . . perpetual diet . . . Claremont , crazy . . . Thursday morning pancake fiend . . . infectious laughter . . . Don't call me Emma! ,'. . Ambition: to understand Mar- bezh. . ,ov ,Hs-44j,1. HILL! ms . :ft gas-.--,cfm,j, O K . J 1 K xi J L MARILYN WILSON Mare . . . terrific sense of humor . . . un- assuming and reliable . . . trips the light fantastic . . . I'm late! . . . Wanted: auto- matic ironer . . . Pet Peeve: Rise and Shine! . . . Ambition: goofy cartoonist. 'QF 11 , xx x '- 2 ,eye J OFFICERS President , H Pat Lawless Vice President Antoinette DeLucchi ,Q y ,--J, Secretary Joan Doyle wif' Treasurer Lilla O'Sullivan I -V I I v I-'I 1 ,ami sf .- Hopefully approaching the open portals of Seniordom, we, the juniors, eagerly antici- pate the joy of entering this final year of high school. Now that the end is actually in view, we pause a moment to look back over the three years we have left behind us. I-low quickly they have passed and what a whirl of memories have they left in their wake-memories of countless worthwhile accomplishments and never-to-be-forgotten pleasures. :FIRST ROW left to right: E. Andronis, F. Grafelman, G. Heaney, J. Flynn, J. Doyle, P. Christian, S. Croglmn. A. DeLucchi, C. Collins, M. Glennon, G. Donohue. SECOND ROW: J. Bourne, P. Clcune, C. Lanlhehn, M. hssai, M Driscoll ll Chan B. Eimers, B. Fallon, G. Foy, J. Costello, B. Daly, J. Javrotsky. THIRD ROW: D. Hills- fmin, 1.. Boyd, 'P.. Badgh, J. Goldberg, s. Brnwninil, J. Juliano, J. Gaughenbaugh, n. Flaheny, C. I.ang,1S. 'Irving J. Farnocchia, D. Carson. FOURTH ROW: N. Hahn, C. Begley, B. Kucserka, M. Barry, M. Devine. C. lkenney, A. Consulter, C. Grant, S. Carlson, J. Giovannuni. FIFTH ROW: J. Glover, A. Connolly, J. Henninlhoff, P. Dea, J. Ball, F. Caruso, G. Connelly, M. Daly, L. Drexler, R. Hansen, S. Crowley. 'E' nf... ' at ' 1 Aw- Kg , Highlighting our junior year are the San Francisco Halloween theme that won us top honors, the acquisition of our greatly cherished class rings, the privilege of early release from school at Christmas time in order to work for that much-needed extra pocket money, the dance contest, together with a maze of skits, rallies, and other projects that filled busy days. Class Mass, Days of Recollection, and Lent slowed up our tempo but not our spirit. Echoes of Chonita with its spirited rhythms of gypsy tambourines haunt us still, and vivid in our memories too are the catchy melodies to which we danced at Autumn Leaves, Talk of the Town, and, best of all, at our Junior Prom. Yes, these three years at Star have been wonderful onesg and now, with heads held high, we step forward to assume our new role, Seniors, Class of 'S 5. FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Loumos, M. Lyons. P. Lawless, B. Sorriva, J. Schneider, J. Vnn Cleve, V. McNally. C. Shinkwin, B. O'Shea. G. Spurlin E. Mager, A. O Hearn. SECOND ROW: J. Murphy, A. Ruiz, A. Ruiz, E. Moynihan, M. Saba. L. Pokrovsky, P. Purcell, L. O'Sullivan, M. O'ConnelI, J. Tarrant, M. Norton, C. Lee. THIRD ROW: D. Mock, D. Riley, M. Lemos, K. Slevin, V. White, J. White, J. Lomhadero, B. Brown, A. Sulli- van, S. Merrill, S. Mulrenin. FOURTH ROW: A. Villanueva, G. Moothurt, M. Polacci, J. Lubeck, M. Powers, B. Levins, D. Lucas, N. Moore. J. McKeon, C. Simi, G. Siu. FIFTH ROW: C. Mainero, S. Raycraft, E. Merle, M. Mouchou. L. Wh te, G. Levin, J. Van Alstine. L. Murphy, N. Reed. J. Morrii. M. Miner. f ' OFFICERS , , X E ' X D X President Mary Jane McMahon g! I, K Vice President ,, Jacklyn Courtney it 1 0 ' Secretary. . L jo Ann Wilson ll ' 4 LY' Xt One more milestone has been chalked off on our map of accomplishments, and now proudly we take our places among Starls upperclassmen. Mastering the more difficult subjects of our sophomore year, particularly Latin and geometry, has been something of a challenge, but this task has prepared us for the role 'that lies ahead. We have been proud to be Sophs at Star, and proudly have we entered into every activity. With eagerness and interest, we now prepare to assume our responsibilities as juniors -the Class of 1956. Adams, J. Guadagnini, M. A. Figone, T. Egan, J M. Dulault, S. Curtis, M Finnigan, P. Hogan, .I Doyle, J. Delucchi, J Courtney, B. Bidart. K. Kelly, S. Zamora, G D. Palengat. M. Murphy Inney. THIRD ROW: D Valencia. E. Porter. N Nalducci, J. McEvoy, V donald, M. Lucchesi, J Wilson, P. Wehner, K. Ken drick. FOURTH ROW: K 0'Shea, J. Ramirez, I. Nicholson, E. Polacci, J 0'Reilley. R. Welch, M McMahon, K. Selinger, E Sullivan, F. Woods. FIRST ROW. left to right: J. Flynn, M. Brown, E. Clare, J. Doherty. J. Gomes, P. Brown. SEC- OND ROW: R. Fradella, A. Beard, Y. Gottas, M. Grigoris, C. Higgins, C. Bagan. D. Donahue. D. Bcltrano. THIRD ROW: Donovan, J. Guaraglia, M. Eastman, J. Badella, I.. Bacioceo. L. Borthen. FOURTH ROW: J. Bres- lin, V. Brett, S. Cloplon, B. Beckerley, B. Hodge, M. Doherty. Pat Gordon, J. Donadio. FIFTH ROW: FIRST ROW. left to right: G. Partee, J. Mareellino, Waggener, L. Reynolds, S. Stevens, J. Wagner, K. Shute, S. Salomon. SEC- OND ROW: D. More- house, M. Ng, E. Sweeney. C. Luther, P. Leong, N. Morris. S. Moe, B. Ma- Lynch, C. Murphy, L. Mac- OFFICERS ' President ,,,,7,,77 ,, , , ,,,W'ilhelmina Gaskell I Ji Vice President . . ...Patsy Wong - A . Secretary ,,,7 H . Leola Brown frm? f As the newest addition to Star's student body, we have already gleaned some precious remembrances to place in the first chapter of our Book of Memories. Long will we remember the thrill of being assigned our own senior sponsors, the luncheon which our big sisters gave usg the hilarity caused by our baby outfits, and Halloween skit. The spiritual and scholastic side of our education stand out too, one, drawing us closer to God, the other, preparing us for the years that lie ahead. Having successfully com- pleted our freshman year, we look forward with confidence to being Star's Sophs, the Class of 1957. FIRST ROW. lelt to right: P. Connolly, L. Brown, P. Jones, P. Barron, R. Fitz- patrick, C. Boyd, L. Hary, C. Alioto. SECOND ROW: A. Bohlen, N. Delgadillo, P. Dunning, G. Barry, J. Juri, J. Haliz, W. Gaskell, D. Auguatiny. S. Knedel. THIRD ROW: M. Badet, I. Carbo, V. Heckert, M. Caruso, S. German, R. Glennon, M. Drake, J. Becker, L. Good. FOURTH ROW: B. Ross, J. Gardella. B. Blake, M. Caminata, R. Carroll, M. Harrison, M. Hill, P. Campbell, C. Clancy. FIFTH ROW: R. Dolan, D. Di Matteo, C. Cloney, J. Costello. C. Croal, K. Conachy, J. Costello, F. Dickson, M. Atwood. FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Stahl, A. J. Muller, D. Pearson, J. Mayer, P. Smith, D. Pieroni, M. Rahilly. M. Stevens. SEC- OND ROW: M. McFad- den, S. Ogolin, M. 0'Shea. B. Saba, D. Ruiz, A. O'Keefe, M. Linahan, A. Rini, L. Morgan. THIRD ROW: T. Samaniego, P. McCarthy, M. Morrissey, M. O'Connell, M. Velez. Y. Pecenko, D. Neuberger, G. Terrell, M. Yep. FOURTH ROW: M. J. Reitz, E. Obcrti, M. Leahy, P. Savage, M. Naughton, R. Sullivan, V. Reyes, P. Sullivan, P. Won1. FIFTH ROW: Y. Pierard, P. Lane, l M. Lopez, E. Polidoro, C. Sheehan, E. Singleton, P. Tuohy, C. Musante, L. 1 Taheny. g ,fs-ag. f , xl IVR . , s 516, bvy5K?w N4 kv ,ay xl. pf. ,sig 'Qjial-'1-jjf Pye: L ,fl , A fiE'fW'f in r Q . I fa. f M A 11 ,gi . Z I 0 'I ,Sf Q as qw SQ 5535557 1 X Q- mv ahmire unit ,, f perrlws rirhnrza nf sublime B tfta m frnm thy iirni mmnrnl nf after QM-wx www vw: 4 4 K ' Q 0 4 5 ' ,lg E.. f S 2 S S3 13? K xiimq A -- x RWM , 1 .,,, Q 4 41115711 K S 19-6 H126 Q k, A x' 1 ' s u v Q 4 v r 4 v ,as a 4 4 Q 41 v s Q 6 4s'x 1 1 -t MMU' seniors elect the commcrciul course which trains them for thu hnsinuss world. Thcse ynunpi typ- ints hnvc gone n long wny sincc the days when they prncticcd Nnw is thc timc lor nll good men to some In thc uid ul the party. I --3-...+ -W lllg: -e lxnllllccn lmmf. .lnncl Glover, Clnirv: lruull. Cnrnurl llruun, and .lunnnc lin nnu lwrush up nn their unrlv Amer- wun history. .f THIS IS THE WAY , X lri un pm-lv I ram'aix. l'nt Mcior mick und Clnudcttc Lncnmpagne mlmirc two little French punpcw who contribute to the class enter luinmcnt during story hour. gi A nook in the library where one can glean information on almost nny suhjcct: and. hcst of ull, here on these shelves are won' dcrful novels ond stirring hiopirupllics ull ours for the asking. Commercial students follow n tl1or- oogh training program, learning mm' SPE D QUR D Sophomores Katherine Kelly. Carol Bagan, Donna Morehouse, Lois Borthen. Priscilla Leong, and Jo- anne Vtilson seem to he enjoying this Spanish nssignment. theories from instruction and text hooks, and obtaining drill and practice through up-to-date work- book exercises. liliiciency is the motto of these asnirnnts of the husincss and career world, .v- Mrs. Nix, home economics teacher Qextremc rightl, shows these home- mnkers how to plan as well-hnlnnced meal. Left to right: Arlene llauna, Mary Anne Shen, .loan Marty. .lonn Sullivan, and .lulie Siu. ll lms lwcn an hun day in thc svwiml room, Aprons ure: almost linislled and Kathleen lxendrick now uiljusls the hum of l.nis llor- lllvlllh neu dross, The young artists in their colorlul smocks arc Claudette Cronl. .lorry Spurlin. Pamela Jones, Marie Bader. Rosemarie Dolan and Mar- garet Drake. 4 Q' X NU, 4 STAR UF Tl-lli ?'3l:QA ,-Xi1:RlFlg'lMY. 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Mary-like in soul and body, Mary-like in mind and heart .... l' ln these words, the aim of Our L:1dy's group is fully embodied. Through their program of ptziyer, study, andsg1crilice,Sodg1lists seek to enkindle in .ill hearts Ll deep devotion to llenven's Queen. Under Claire Runkin's supervision, the Mission Committee prepares Whnt's my line? Stamps, of coursel declares Betty Daly to her packages lor the Star of thu Sen Orplmnugc in lnchon, Korea. loynl helpers. liven xi cancelled stump can do its hit for the missions. ll wr v N, W nl! ll nu da lar ilu lllulans? 5 M -si 'sf - 25.25 . Undoubtedly, joy tills the hearts ol those who strive to serve Our Lady. Now what hit of merriment could have evoked these Stur-like smiles? Each day the Marion Year prayer of our Holy Father Pope Pius XII rises up from the heart of every sodnlist: Make all men feel the attraction of Christian goodness. 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Maureen Di Bene, Flora lli Matteo, Doroth 5 THE GLEE CLUB Dolan, Rosemarie Drahcim, Diana Drexler, Leone Driscoll, Mary Du Fault, Margaret Parnnechia, oanne Finnigan, Mary Glennon, Rosaleen Glennon, Maureen Glennon, Roseleen Gomes, Jeanne Guaraglia, Joanne Hansen, Bonita Johnson, Margie Juliano, Joy Kendrick, Kathleen Knedel, Susan l.anghehn,Charlem1 l.evins, Beverly Luheclc, Josella Lucas, Diane Mager, Eleanor Mclivoy, Jean McFadden, Mary Mclieon, Jo Anne Meiiinness, Joan Morgan, Linda Morrissey, Moriunne Muller. Amy Jo Murphy, Judith Murphy, Mary Naughton, Maureen Norton, Mary Oherti, lletty U'Sullivan. l.illa Polacci, Esther Polacci, Margaret l'olidoro, Evelyn Powers. Marilyn Raycralt, Sally Riley, Diana Saha, Beverly Saba, Marjorie Savant, Jeannette Schilling, Jackie Sullivan, Rita Taheny, Linda Tarrant, Justine Van Alstine, .lanct Wagner, Jane Welch, Ramona White, Veronica Yep, Marjorie OUR GLEE CLUB with its accompanist, talented Eliz.1bcth Adams, has more than earned its lnurcls during this busy year. With pride and delight, we have been regulcd with 21 varied repertoire of selections from light opera, folk songs, and best of all, with Ll beautiful rendition of the difhcult singing for Christmas and Easter services. Orchids to each member of the Glce Club! As twilight slmdm-vs loll. Stefan and his companion join the gypsy Dance and song till many a happy moment for these wandering minstrels: hut. at girls around the dying embers ofa campfire. the moment, this group is interested in reading the fate of the trihe in the cards. Chnnita lloyce Creigerl, now eighteen and a full-Hedged princess, sits hetween hcr father Nlardo lLeonc Drexlerl and her devoted nurse Dnya lFrances Carusol to receive the homage nf the gypsy tribe. Gypsy girls in lull skirts of Ray print father in the lnrest glade tu plain n birthday celebration for their princess. Chnnitn finds nn dimculty in choosing between her gypsy lover llackie Schillingl and Konrad l.loy Julianoj, the son ofa Hungarian baron. Never a dull mnmcnt in a gypsy glen with song and laughter and the sound of castanets echoing und re-echoing in woodland haunts. g '?armf3gA 15 f 9- , 23152 51 fi 'ssk..,..,..,,,,,, f f S J i yy, ,gg . ? , 5 x.fA , l ' . If .M I j7JX , I A Q- , 1 n ,,,,,,....---'A N f,y,x. 9-'f T 51 .w YL 4, 'E T' ' . 5' 5 X f il? 1 ' 4 Ii ,M V B 14' yy , ' 3-gv A - ,J ' ,.A. ' ,jf -im ff A S! . Ping-pong enthusiasts Agnes O'Don- nell, Letitia Murphy, Janet Romeras, Priscilla Leong, Linda Taheny, Yvonne Pacheco, and Daphne Mock enjoy a friendly game. Up in the bleachers. enthusiastic Stars are :letting ready to rehearse one of their favor- ite yells: BM Chief Walton, Little Pu- pfmse. Star of the Sea is on the LOOSE! ' ff ,f A at Q gf, ,ff Captained hy Claire Rankin, the Yur- sity gives time, enertty. and talent for the glory of Alma Mater. W 'v.'E.L.ClN E fznxaa I TY- vfarxfi y y Q fi 'va wif y I fini. '- I 7 x , N -','E?3'9S ?gw55j3, fr' lv- A.-W',s A-Q r l fzfm ng if, :,Gf 3 H ip ,r ahw 1 I in su' Q .1 his . M gas, . , . , Yami iv- , ,ax AK f . - f .. . v 'lf W' W J f wgpiv' .- . 1 ' f. Q5 ny WN h ' M - , x 'E' ' ' 1' . 1 4 1 s gf Q, ww 1 K gg wb uf wa Q A QL! 4 Y J' N 'I M f ? Mu And it was THE TALK OF THE TOWN! Up there. from an improvised shrine on the bleachers. against a dazzling backdrop of sky blue, Our l.ady herself looked down upon a joy- ous scene-dancing feet, soft music, happy voices echoing and re-echoing around a cable car. Fisherman's Wharf, Maiden Lane. Chinatown, the City Hall, and all those other haunts so dear to the heart of a San Franciscan. Blossom Time at the St. Francis Hotel, and young hearts quickened their heat as each exciting moment faded into a precious memory. Autumn Leaves transformed our gym into an Indian summer paradise. with the music of Renrdon's Rhythm- eers providing many a haunting melody. QU 15374 Senior Day in the gym, and loyal seniors rally around Stella Mari- nos, Bobbie Sweeney, Betty Chin, and Eva Jiu who demonstrate some new steps. I1 N XI111I1111 I11111 1111! 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' J Wggx 125 - E sri XQN.. 42 Tfn' S!'lljIH',X may SSS Sai iii Our I1C.ll'IS wcrc young and gay, .md cvcry day Ind its Sh1ll'C of fun .md lnlghtcr. llurd work thug vnu Jplcnly, but thc spirit of gay l'tlHlllV!1Ail'l'jl' made work 1 lov .lt 51.11. .ww 12331111-I ,, lff?l3PfY ii -S, ummm ww Q3 5 1 QQ ,s Q is lf 1 Q x 5 iq K an mn Tfu' IIHIffH'X my . . . Our book of lupm' mcnwrics ie filled to the brim. XYlC,l'C always full of l.1ugl1Lc1', .always full of vim. Three wonderful years wc'vc lmll .lt St.1x', .md now wc look forward ro the best. . .. , 5-:S 3 ' gf? 112353 ' 32,1 - U I . . 535 ,ul 1' QIJM4 , k5i.gw.Q1 ,x ' afwi ,M i I aw. 49 1- Xi' , nf W FWF if' 91 15' v ' X ,lg ,.:,, A B, .W 'S 1 5 ,-W in 'I is SGW' I . 1 W? W., nw Awww wwxw we vw. xr if ig Hi? EF AND GW GOODBYE . . We, the Senior Class of 1954, pledge to you, dear Alma Mater, our fervent love and lasting loyalty. Through all the yea-rs that are yet to come, may your hallowed influence remain with us. Under the protection of Mary, our Mother, may we ever hold sacred the deep knowledge and firm conviction of right and wrong which you have endeavored to instill into our hearts. Mary, Star of the Sea, keep us under the protecting foldifffiiiiii of your mantle, and obtain for us that, one day, happy with you, we may repeat before your throne that hymn which is sung on earth around your altars . . . and which will add to our joy on our Eternal Commencement! l l , L 4 - l , wg we Q ,, I6 af. t .,,. .jf La mn.. ta. W X 4,2 ix o ffm WU? i' A :LAM 4 x Mr. and Mrs. Parker J. Adams Mr. and Mrs. H. George Atwood Mr. and Mrs. George Baciocco Mr. and Mrs. William F. Backstedt Mrs. M. Badella Guido Bisazza Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bisso Mary H. Blake Dr. and Mrs. Fred C. Blake Joseph Vincent Breen Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Breen Mrs. Virginia Brett Mr. William Brodde Mrs. Anne C. Brown Lt. Col. and Mrs. H. E. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Busse Mr. Henry R. Cantlen Mr. and Mrs. William S. Cicone Martin W. Conachy June M. Cooney Doris Cooney '49 Joseph Coulon Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Cummins Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Daly Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Danohy Mr. and Mrs. J. Dell'Osso Mrs. Elmer Dodd William Drake Mrs. Agnes Bernice Dufault A. Michael Egan Mr. B. Farnocchia Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Favor Dolores Fernquist Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Flynn A Friend Patricia Foley Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gaevert Therese Gardella 'S 3 Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gerali Lester T. Goldmeyer The Greefkens Family Mr. D. F. Griffin PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hahn Mr. and Mrs. Rennick W. Harris Miss Ann Heaney ' S 0 Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Heaney John J. Hill Miss Alice F. Hughes Miss Mary Anne Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Charles Impastato E. C. Jardin Ray E. Kasson Mr. E. J. Kenneally Mrs. Chas. J. Knedel Mr. and Mrs. James P. Lang Mr. William Lang Mr. Patrick Leahy Mr. and Mrs. A. Frank Mainero Mr. Lewis Martinucci Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. McCormick Miss Irene McCormick Mr. and Mrs. T. D. McKinney Mr. and Mrs. John Meginness Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Moore Mrs. Edith M. Moran Mr. and Mrs. H. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Will E. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Nevin Mr. and Mrs. E. Wm. Nicholson Mrs. Eileen O'Kane Mr. and Mrs. Barney O'Shea Mr. and Mrs. Johnny O'Shea W. O'Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Chester D. Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Peacock Nunzio J. Picone Mrs. Alma Polidaro Mrs. Regina H. Poore Penny Leigh Poulton Mrs. John V. Powers Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Purcell Lois Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Rankin Jeanette Savant ' S 4 Karlin Selinger 'S 6 Mrs. Marie Selinger Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Shea Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Sheehan Mr. and Mrs. Karnig Simonian Mrs. Florence M. Turner Mrs. Josephine Valencia Dr. and Mrs. Richard Wagner Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wedige Young Christian Students Class of 1 2s1 Class of 12s2 Class of 1 1s1 Class of 1 1s2 Class of 10s1 Class of ' 10s2 Class of 1 Senior Drill Team, 12s1 Senior Drill Team, 12s2 The Big Five, llsl The Four J's and a G The J. Double D, C. F, llsl The Jesters, 1 ls2 Junior Drill Team, l 152 Purple and White, 1152 A. B. B. SC C., 1082 Blue and Gold, 10s2 Sophomore Drill Team, 10s2 Class of 1929 Commemorative of their Silver Jubilee BUSINESS PATRQNS Ann's Cupboard Ruth Asch, Mimeographing Agency Balboa Five and Ten Mr. Frank J. Baumgarten, Attorney-at-Law Bell Brook Dairies Inc. Breen Realty, Matthew A. Breen and Joseph F. Breen Cabrillo Food Market California Food Shop and Delicatessen L. F. Carroll, Insurance Caruso's Children's Shop Castagnola's Clement Pet Shop Delee's Bakery Do Nut Bowl Ed's Togs El Jardin Restaurant Dr. Abe B. Epstein and A. B. Witt Gallen Kamps Family Shoe Store George and Son, Grocery Grazzini Market Harry Grover, Attorney-at-Law Compliments of Rm. 1 17, Hall of justice Henrietta's Salon de Beaute Herbert 's Food Shop Robert Higgins, Insurance Broker Homestead Ravioli Company Hyams and Mayers Inc. Lewis' Inc., Jewelers Lick Super Market Lily Cleaner Lincoln Bowl Lincoln Market MacKillop Hardware Mager Bros., Contractors Mr. A. E. Maggio, Realtor Milton Mann Studios John F. McCloskey, Insurance Broker John C. Minudri, Furs Miraloma Market Model Pharmacy, A. M. Ward John Molinari, Model Market Mt. Davidson Meat Market New Richmond French Laundry Olson's Cleaning and Laundry Service Park Presidio Radio-TV Phillips Refrigeration Company Purelli's Flowerland Ray's Rexall Drugs John Re, R and B Groceries Roberts' Cake and Pastry Shop Robinson and Company, Inc. Sam Congi 's Coliseum Shoe Renewing San Francisco Bank, Park Presidio Office Semple Bros., Realty and Insurance Brokers The Shoe Box Joseph Stadler and Company Harry C. Stern, Jewelry Sunset Super Meat Market Joseph Tarantino Q Bell Smoked Fish Co.j Tricolor Restaurant Vitenson Jewelry Shop Wakelee's Pharmacy Zeohvr Cleaners Prirlh-d by Ltnnen, Snssr .Sc Zeus Co.. 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