University of San Diego - Alcala Yearbook (San Diego, CA)

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V 'J' W-P H ' L 51 M, W' X, - mm M Mm ' HJ M Heffl - w 'x ALC 1959 DEDI CA TI ON To Blessed Philippine Duchesne Religious of the Sacred Heart and pioneer woman Whose love of God brought her across the sea And with her the Heart of Christ. Despite the pain of apparent' lack of success Her strength of heart, in His, spent itself In giving the impetus which carried the word of Love, By sea, the lengthand breadth of our continent, To New Zealand and the Orient. Obtain for us, Mother, the grace to bear'God in our hearts To souls that know Him not. , 4 XIXJ -X ' Mu i-. all wi wr 'frdffww X 'ig W' i i'JDlllll2xiXW' MWAV - X ., , "ll -JY' Pl- I 5 ml xlfr s. :'5T'3'P'5i'l,i. .X wssn ' sffwmv -misgdfr,-lg it W v,i ,777'f,f flllwiff WM z f,lI2--3.41-:i...Q'.:R 4 ' K 415-M 'Pi "l' .,... -sv 7 . , I Q ' -X 5 wh 4 'L' 'Z t -' "li 1 4 J X.. . ANTILLES UNITED STATES SOUTH AMERICA CANADA . y 5. OQEANIA I ORIENT 5 ALCALA STAFF Genevieve Condon . . Editor-in-Chief Martha and Mary Fiorino . . Associate Editors Margarette fMegj Kelly . . . Art Editor Mary Dee Dugan . . . Literary Editor Carolita Perkins . . Associate Literary Editor Karen Haig . . Photographic Editor Sharon Meyerkamp . . Secretary 'iw ww 1 . . , ,Ai ,. 4 L-wil. KJ , 4- 1--9' 4: 11' fi: 'f-i'g5'viliqQii493ifq-Q7?.' ' 1 2 Lf5.:."J11':w :Q ' 1 gf'fffFw 2'-g - 1 bmi. . i J . 'ii wh.. . M , 'wifi- 'ii +-ff, -5- ,F - 'W'-. fr 1' L-,f if , A., -L ...LMI .. uc ,JJ rr 'z TABLE 0 C0 T -1'5" Title Page . Dedication . A.S.B. . I Seniors. . Juniors . Sophomores Freshmen . Activities . Graduation Faculty Index . C-JQLLEQFF cp FN ff 0 SIS 0 gf 2 O du o W 'Www-69 YW 'CILIFGKSX ASSOCIATED STUDENT BUDY OFFICERS PLANNING THE YEAR Claire Wfhalen, Recording Secretaryg Kathrine Seabrook, President of the Children of Maryg Angel Kraemer, President of Student Councilg Mimi Zolezzi, Vice Presi- dentg Joanne Krejsa, Corresponding Secretary. fi all f STANDING: Barbara Rivard, Mary joan Padberg, Mother Irene Lawrence. KNEEL- ING: Sharon Smith, Class of 1958. SEATED: His Excellency, Most Reverend Charles F. Buddy, Bishop of San Diego, Right Reverend Monsignor Willianm A, Ber- gin, Right Reverend Monsignor George M. Rice, Right Reverend Monsignor Laurence Forristal. N YIXJ . , :Nj 1 . - L 4 ' W'- . A x 'U' V """ ii, IQKIA Ni W" 'mm A ' . xm ufz-giaf 'H ...xg..iq?' i Tiara. ffbilfi fy ' lrme- BWSQMW v 1 fa Mgr' -ww fa . X a 3i"'If1 im?"-' x ii' an ffm 'Q 1,1 f his M W. ,, W '-il ' -L' J I 4'mxX t: ia s- A if R iw' v,xfz. -, A R 'd Nw-N ' ' j x ff ll: f gewoizs Cecilia Merino, treasurerg Mother Catherine McShane, counselorg Jean Hicks, secre- taryg Celia Fountain, presidentg Susana Jimenez-C., vice-president. If if gli. TQTQTZQ i Q , , 7 QJ QLQLQFQ .EA ll f pl V I 3 l PATSY ADAMS El Centro, California Major: Psychology Minor: Biology 'T CATHERINE fKATEj ANNUNCIA BASILE, E. de M San Francisco, California Major: History Minor: English-Drama VARIAN PIERREPOINT BENJAMIN La Jolla, California Major: English Minor: History MARY KATHLEEN CASH, R.N. Cincinnati, Ohio Major: Nursing Minor: Psychology Qt..-.Ii ,VA A 5' 1 . L. 1 -7 mx- ..-.-4.-,.e.q1 N1 s -lk, rl j, "1:,rupggq. ' ' 1 'fgiiifw' La A 1 I 4 4 .Jr 'vfr M " .u I 1 i L. l if. .. 5--454' B1-1'fBL3 r- - -Fig J, . J. IFE. if .':i..A?" 5: 2? K inf' w 'Sw U., 2 L 'Eva . -341 f L-QL n .X ' 1 F VI Li'1?Zi 1- iig- xi dfvj. Q ff' :xg - nfl, .Af A ' ff' PATRICIA FRANCHESCA CROWE, E. de M Pasadena, California Majors: Sociology-History 11' TERRY DITZEN La Jolla, California Major: English Minor: Philosophy bl TERESA ANN CTERRYJ FALK San Mateo, California Major: English Minor: French CELIA MARIE FOUNTAIN Mesilla, New Mexico Major: Chemistry Minor: Biology 'L' '.',V.N , fn ',- -' L. .vin 1 .ff . 11 ' " MAURITA ANN UVIICKEYJ FOLEY Chicago, Illinois Major: Spanish Minor: Education SUSANA ROSA JIMENEZ-C., E. de M Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico Major: Philosophy-Psychology Minor: General Literature JEAN BIRGE HICKS Palm Springs, California Major: Sociology Minors: History 8: Education Tr . 1 I ,. 1 , J 1. K ...M7-,.,. ,I 01.3 uf, Tn 'J is f ' PHYLLIS MARIE KENNEDY Escondido, California Major: Education Minors: Art-Sociology THERESE ANN KENNEDY San Diego, California Majors: English-Education V u 551.757, ir" .2 ,. 1-Fw, I-'w w 1" " -uw" 1 ,, 1,34 I , gl' H L H, :1' W4 V, I- i '1 ANGEL KRAEMER, E. de M Las Vegas, Nevada Major: Biology Minor: Music PATRICIA MULCAHY, E. de M Coronado, California Major: History Minor: Arr r ji MARIE LOUISE LUQUE, E. de M National City, California Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry ai MARY KATHLEEN MURPHY San Diego, California Major: Psychology Minor: Sociology IDA LEONA MERCADO San Diego, California Major: Spanish Minor: Physical Education :Ll- f PATRICIA LEE PROCTOR Hillsborough, California Major: Biology Minor: English 1. 4 1757? iffy? E B, ' V52 ' Wi: flfgfb. , :TI' jtjxj 4 - 'AG' . 3112, iii' 1 V ' f v P ,V ' ., K. ,,.. ez, v ,, V351 . W. MAUREEN DOLORES MURPHY San Diego, California Major: Nursing Minor: Science KATHRINE MARY QKATHYQ SEABROOK, E. de M Chula Vista, California Major: Spanish Minor: Education 1' 'ff "Hn ' 1 'J 3 I I ! 1 ' 1 i 1 ROWENA NAIDL San Diego, California Major: Chemistry Minor: Mathematics MARY LOUISE SPALDING Los Angeles, California Major: English Minor: Music PAULINE SOLOMON Donaldson, Indiana Major: Psychology Minor: Sociology i ANTOINETTE EDNA TORANO San Diego, California Major: Sociology Minor: Education DOROTHY FRANCES TATO Coronado, California Major: Sociology Minor: Education ELINOR ROSE FAUST St. Louis, Missouri Major: History 8: Political Science Minor: English JEAN ANN MCDONAGH San Diego, California Major: Psychology Minor: Biology l L A 4 CECILIA BERTHA MERINO, E. de M Calexio, California Major: French - Italian Minor: Philosophy H113 ' " 1ni'ff.f .IMI 'L ,. ..--71 1 . ,.n. -1 A 1 'Ii T s ,1 I PATRICIA LEE MITCHELL San Bernardino, California Major: Sociology Minor: Education AMELIA LOUISE CMIMIQ ZOLEZZI, E. DE M San Diego, California Major: Mathematics Minor: Physics EVELYN JEAN WRIGHT, R.N San Diego, California Major: Nursing Minor: Psychology v N MARY ANTONIA ROSA San Diego, California Major: Sociology Minor:Education MADELYN LO PICCOLO St. Louis, Missouri Major: Sociology Minor: History rw Y Cecilla Merino being welcomed by Karen Reemelin. Cecilia near Trevi Fountain. 46 ,1 . uflzi , I Student teachers: Kate Basile, Maurita Foley, Kathrine Seabrook, Janie O'Driscoll, Jean Hicks, with Assistant Professor of Education, Mother Margaret Guest. Helen Lorch and Kathryn M. Markey . 1 ,n.,, , 1' 71 l'l'7 It "ll l 3. Dr, P. Bruno Bragato SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Mother Genevieve Clarke, Reverend Mother Rosalie Hill, beloved Foundress of our college, Mother S. de Leon. September, 1955-College at last! In the first few frantic days wise and generous big sisters were a beacon in the dark- ness. It was to thank them that the Class of 1959 first tried its wings in a production for the whole student body. Under the chairmanship of Linda Hope and Angel Kraemer, the Freshman Follies opened on Hallowe'en afternoon, and the student body has been laughing ever since. In fact, our theme song might still be "We are Specimens Not Found in the Book." The weeks sped quickly by: the first midterms, the Har- vest Dance, the Christmas Ball, and finally a vacation to pre- pare for final examinations. Shortly before Christmas we elected permanent class ofiicers: President Sandra Schwarz- man, Vice President Angel Kraemer, Secretary Patricia Mul- cahy, and Treasurer Margaret Farrell, who worked with our counselor Mother Furay. At the start of the second semester we tried our social wings by presenting a Valentine Dance. Gay heart-shaped piflatas hung from the Rose Room ceiling. Srpring meant a series of firsts-first Bal des Fleurs, first gra uation, and the first class reunion, a breakfast at the La Valencia Hotel in La Jolla. We had bid farewell to our senior big sisters at a beach party at La Jolla Shores earlier in the month, That fall we were sophomores. Angel Kraemer took over as president, and her assistants were Madelyn Lo Piccolo, Mimi Zolezzi, and Patricia Mulcahy. Mother Campbell was our new class counselor. We had our first little sisters, and we tried to do as much for them as our big sisters had done for us. In October came another first for USD-we fielded a foot- ball team, and our first opponent was the U.S. Air Force Academy. Throughout the fall months we cheered the Pioneer's initial efforts. Our high point of the year was the Bal des Fleurs at which we honored the seniors. Masses of baby orchids in pearly abalone shells decorated the dining hall, and a huge fan-shaped shell formed a backdrop for the orchestra. We returned in the fall of 1957-upperclassmen at last! Mother Kraemer was our new counselor and Kathy Seabrook wielded the president's gavel. She was assisted by Vice Presi- dent Mimi Zolezzi, Secretary Dorothy Tato, and Treasurer Varian Benjamin. Former President Angel Kraemer had been elected Recording Secretary of the student body. Our first get-together was a beach party in La Jolla, then our social chairmen, Madelyn Lo Piccolo and Patricia Mulcahy, organ- ized the Autumn Leaves dance in November. All too soon spring, was upon us, and our summer fashion show, soon to be followed by examinations and graduation. The year ended with the University Ball at the Mission Valley Country Club, and our class reunion at the Town and Country Hotel. When we returned in September we were mighty seniors. To start the social year the class presented the opening dance, Carribean Cruise, on the Palm Court. On the fifth of De- cember we presented the annual Christmas Ball in the Circus Room of the Hotel del Coronado. The student body pro- claimed the first off-campus formal "the best ever". Happy seniors were very proud. The proudest should have been our officers: President Celia Fountain, Vice President Susana Jimenez, Secretary Jean Hicks, and Treasurer Cecilia Merino. Of course, our Counselor Mother McShane gave invaluable assistance. With graduation we will leave our college by the sea with sadness, for Alcala Park is part of us, and we part of Alcala. We have watched our campus grow, and we have grown with it. In years to come our thoughts will return to SDCW even if we cannot ourselves, for we are all one with the bond of the Sacred Heart holding us always close. 47 CLASS HISTURY Smoke rises from an open fire, strains of a song drift on the soft air, pungent with drift-wood smoke, Havored with the odor of a meal cooked over the fire. The class of 1960 has begun its junior year with a beach party given in honor of the new students. The main patio and the rose room are cluttered with many colored leaves, pumpkins, corn stalks, and candles as the class decorates for the "first big dance" of the year. A few hours later, the dance music floats over the patio as people dance by the light of the candles in the jack-o-lanterns and AUTUMN LEAVES is a success. The stadium is tense with that feeling only and always present when a crowd is waiting for the kick-off. Blue and white pom-poms waveg strong, young voices combine to cheer the team. College songs are sung as the class meets with the rest of the University to celebrate the most recent victory. Rich colored dresses of jewel-like hues mingle with the deepness of tuxedos and "dress blues", the white of dinner jackets and the freshness of flowers stand out against this background. The Circus Room of the Hotel del Coronado is a mute witness to the annual Christmas formal, given by the seniors, and every junior's thoughts unconsciously stray to next year and the tradition which the class must uphold. The entire school shows the unmistakable signs of a rapidly approach- ing vacation. Christmas carols echo in the hallsg suitcases are brought forth from the depths of the trunk roomg the Christkindl tradition evokes pleasure and surprise. But most of all, the time before Christmas means class rings. ,fav , , fs J' Q' "'--10 K ixxixhy-fftmx W, ."xMl'n WX Yxwlxx ,ffryglblmlhy "'v.ifl" " My' l "Jf2lllXxXQxfi?liif W ""1 ii" -Q 5 -.rf Mft: i as: 'tmpf , ,af i , ' f 23+-M'--rr A-ss: 1, -1..- cmrojzs Mother G Patch, Class Counselor, Sheila O'Obrien, president, Simone Gennette, vice president Maureen Aggeler, secretaryg Sandra Pinckert, treasurer. And what a wonderful feeling as Santa arrives from the North Pole to make Christmas even merrier by giving out the symbols that stand for that para- dox of belonging and being almost ready to leave! There is nothing quite like the feeling of an auditorium just before the curtain rises on an opening night. And this feeling, this almost-tangible mood, is heightened when the audience is about to see or hear genius. The conductor steps up to the podium, the orchestra members hurriedly turn pages, the baton is raised and the overture which is to introduce Van Cli- burn begins. The juniors join music lovers throughout the world who have fallen under the spell of great music presented by great men. MAUREEN AGGELER .lf . Denver, Colorado Silence descends upon the corridors - but this silence is not an empty silence - not that vacuum found in unused rooms. This is a richer silence -- a spiritual silence, as the juniors suspend their material and intellectual strivings to commune with their Creator in the bountiful silence of retreat. The scene changes: time seems to be moving backwards as once again strains of Gilbert and Sullivan echo through the halls. A double enjoyment, that of working together, and that of giving pleasure to others, is felt as the class presents a reprise of the operetta which they gave as freshmen. I qv MARGUARITA ANTONIAK BARBARA BASSARAB San Diego, California La Mesa, California fi? CAROL BLAIR IRMA BECK JANET BECK' San Diego, California Pomona, California Wilimiette, Illinois 50 Again the scene changes, this time to the dining hall where the junior are running through the last rehearsal of the annual fashion show. And the next day, the gasps of pleasure from the onlookers make worthwhile the decorating, the practicing walks and pivots, the writing of a script, the nervousness of the models as they step upon the dais. "What shall I be?" is the question often asked by young women in col- lege. The juniors answer this question for their fellow upper-classmen, the seniors, during the week before finals of the spring semester. Their awaited prophecy helps to make the leave-taking easier for the seniors, as the juniors assure them they will not be forgotten. i MARY BONNER Pasadena, California -any Q15 K GENEVIEVE CONDON MICKIE CURRAN Seattle, Washington San Bernardino, California CAROLINE CHRISMAN San Diego, California CATHARINE BENSON San Bernardino, California I l l l 1 l ANGELA BOCCHINO Rancho Mirage, California DOMINI COLLINS GLORIA COTA Santa Monica, California Tijuana, BIC., Mexico LUCY EVANS Denver, Colorado HENRIETTA DEAN Encinitas, California The climax to four years! Graduation day. Each year the whole school watches as the symbols of knowledge learned with wisdom are presented to the graduates. But this year a special realization comes upon the juniors as they watch the ceremony, climaxed by Benediction, and the thought arrives that next year We, the class of 1960, leave the classrooms of the San Diego College for Women and take our places in that larger family, the world. HIE' :jyffi fl, e' JOANNE FANNING CHARLENE FARRAR f ' ' Lomita, California Los Angeles, California ELIZABETH FAUNTLEROY San Diego, California MOTHER AGNES MURPHY PATRICIA FLYNN San Diego, California 53 l l SIMONE GENNETTE CECILE CAGNE San Diego, California Upland, California 1. N-ld Domini and janet He can come l i I L5 JOANNE KREJSA GRETCHEN GERHART PATRICIA GANNON Del Mar, California Palm Springs, California San Diego, California 54 A ' I ' ' J rg 11 1 ZY5-1 1 'fig rifflliw i 4 Jil r J l IRENE GUTIERREZ -, gkQ,Q. A Eff, wi,Qj,,v', ff' f Q A Santa Paula, California viQ'3fiQJ -' lf ,ly '-A '. 'V ' 'N X . ,K-ngj M' swi m ? cS ' 51 - 4" . . 'x' 1 gl' nr I- l A CX i l' 5 f 1 ' A A I J' C J 'if xl-A ll ,A 1 Angel Bocchino, Mary Kay Murphy, Barbara Smith on way to Big Sisters Dinner. NANCY LEAL Worchester, Massachusetts MARGARET LEAN San Diego, California ANN LAMBERT Cincinnati, Ohio N l "5 W SHEILA LIVINGSTON KARENE LEMKE Albuquerque, New Mexico La Jolla, California Miss Rosemarie Gruby, Dr. Anita Fi erdo, Mother Aimee Rossi, Clai Whalen receiving the Corcoran Me JEANNE LLANOS San Diego, California vip" '. 'Q COLLEEN LYNCH SUZANNE MAHAN MARY MAHEDY San Diego, California San Francisco, California San Diego, California L5-. -' V 'I i, A M I' . I, ,C l ROSEMARY MALANGA SANDRA MCVEY San Diego, California San Diego, California r outstanding Sophomore, presented KAPPA GAMMA Pl, May 24, 1958. JANET NAIDL San Diego, California I l l JANIE O'DRISCOLL SHEILA O'BR1EN MARY JOAN PADBERG Los Angeles, California Pasadena, California San Diego, California 57 3-Q fra ,v ' 5' SANDY PINCKERT BARBARA RIVARD Newport Beach, California La Mesa, California MIMI SEARL Maureen and Sandy San Diego, California 1 s I I SUSIE ROMWEBER BARBARA SMITH Batesville, Indiana San Diego, California fi DONNA SUCCETTI BARBARA TAMULONIS San Diego, California Banning, California . an "Records are the rage" ALEXANDRA WIERER Munich, Germany Fw, ELLEN WOODS CLAIRE WHALEN Chandler, Arizona San Francisco, California SEATED: Pat, Marcy, Donnie, Carolita, Linda, Mary Dee, Carol, and STANDING: Eileen, Anne Mary Jane, Irene, and Malu at Sandy's before STALAG 17. f7X4 ' I In I It ". - 4 Hr.-,., - -., an-may e hi ff'-!"m My .r F1323 M 'wefwwzz X FgfE'x!hxP , "w I " ,-xfh y.,5NxQXwx'GD4grM..,xxf4g7 w NVQ 'V' xxxxglhf W 47 1 X aflwmmm'Vxl"!'ll.. N" -'-V x Q 5' 1, X. Y.':.:,:'S'Q5-ANXM'UXN1,Ig ,Q , 'www H , HMI 17 ' Q Ill' ' 'Af-J Wm W 15117 4 NUM: , -in e' 'fldfff fff ff .E ' I f',l2,n?-lx-Q:..Q'...nix' X -4 , ,,1X.,gQQ s I I i W .ix 9 xqtg Jxi Pl. 'f t"- 5 Q , -W4 n4, 5075 NQKE . v f f lg' 55,5 U M L. 1: . - 'G' 7? I - V Mother Susan Campbell, Class Counselorg Barry Cook Cederberg, treasurerg Judy Bonelli, secretaryg Marcia West, vice presidentg Sandra Cassell, president. The "S" in sophomore this year stood for spirit. Our spirit stemmed from the excite- ment of seeing old friends again and starting a new year of studies and activities. It could be seen at the Pom-Pom Part and in the "spirit section" at the football games. It could be seen as we planned for the picnic at Felicitas Park and the Halloween mixer, as we deco- rated for the Homecoming Dance. And it could be seen in other phases of our college life. By going to daily Mass, Benediction, and Holy Hour as often as possible, and by coopera- ring on the Welfare Committee and in school projects, such as Thanksgiving baskets for the poor, we tried to take our spirit all places with us. X' s N J I A l sffuig in ' 'IN L i t EMMA L. ANDERSON San Diego, California AT AMF SM, f MARGARET ARAIZA Calexico, California 41- ' 4.1 l l 969 sua, N SUSAN ARANT San Gabriel, California 62 l .1595 -54, X ta 1 2 F Remembering last year and our former classmate, Sue McKanna, we wrote a class letter to Sue. Small offerings and surprises from our "buddies" and later our "Christkindl" appeared mysteriously here and there. After the Freshman Follies we sent Charlie Brown, with Linus and Snoopy, to deliver our telegrams to the freshmen. A "pre-play" party at Sandy's house, a "waffle party" at Rosemary Jones' after the Christmas Pageant, and a week- end at Descanso renewed our spirit during the first semester. And with our spirit, we won the volleyball trophy. rl? O KAREN BEASLEY Hillsborough, California . gsimvog gpm? lug ' , ' , w feb . JUDITH BONELLI SANDY CASSELL Colorado Springs, Colorado Lemon Grove, California xr it Qi? la l r In the second semester our spirit brought us through a basketball tour- nament. It showed itself in our contributions to "Dear Decision," the Spring I Sing, and UNUM. It enlivened our pre-symphony parties and Sophomore Serenades for seniors. It reached its climax at the BAL DES FLEURS. Then we went through examinations and term papers to finish one more year to be remembered, and all the time Mother Campbell was with us to keep our spirit alive and channeled in the right directions. fi LOIS BROWN Lakeside, California , W l V71-'v ll- . i ' Y 5 A suns , , , S SHARON BREWER MOLLY BREEN San Diego, California Seattle, Washington -lv , lffl W lx- SUI 'X 'iii lg .I. I! gi I Qvwfat A 1 n We 43 QF ' my g X, ' ry. li CAROLE GILB PATRICIA BRENNAN BARBARA BOSSELET La Mesa, California Fairbanks, Alaska Enid, Oklahoma 'Q' J , N S2420 V , , sw" JILL BRADY Idaho Falls, Idaho 4, l is SM 01, l A' J?-' 42 MQ lx, 2199 BARRY COOK CEDERBERG San Diego, California aff- ,5 BARBARA GISLER Camarillo, California 64 li r l u ANITA CHAPMAN MICKEY CLIFFORD South Pasadena California Winnetka Illinois IRENE CULLEN ANITA DOLAN Hillsborough California San Francisco California ,,v ill, l, 4 995411 , wsu , 1 ,,4.. i K 'Q I 5? ,I I X ni ' MARY DEE DUGAN SANDRA DUFF San Diego, California San Diego, California Susan Arant, Charlene Ran- dell, Marcy O ' C o n n o r , "Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and Lin- us" advancing to congratulate the F r e s h m e n o n th e i r W E L - C O M E T O CAFE CONTIN- ENTAL. .WW 5 ' li lg, I , W SA, .T JANET ELEGINO EILEEN FAHERTY San Diego, California San Marino, California V S v ,,'fw .Q . Q7 4 va ' 3: 1 ll 55901 :QQ MARTHA FIORINO Everett, Washington T i a MARY FIORINO Everett, Washington iff' 'N 15 2 Eff-f' LANI GROTE La Mesa, California I i, H Q9 X , V ' l ,. M5541 I, A EZ. .Leaf ul .' L lt- is CLAIRE FOK-TUNG, Hong-Kong, China '42 U lgll 'cf' 'N 4' ,' , '12 X KAREN ANN HAIG LINDA HAYWARD South Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada EIICIIIIIHS, California 66 5 502 l 1 s lf i LINDA GARY San Diego, California LJ rw, 5' 4' "' C -r 9' 9' 122410 .. A Q , S 'Q 1 5 If f 4:5557 MARY ELLEN HAYS Glendale, California PIRATES OF PENZANCE, Policeman Chorus, May, 1958: Barry Cook Cederberg, Sandy Cassell, Susan Arant, Glory Mullen, Mary Jane Tiernan, Carol Kupilik, Carol Mangold, and Ann McGowan. I ,j5KFS4, 5 , , X Ba, BARBARA JORDAN Anaheim, California ,ja l Ki SM l 5 l DIANE HEAD Chicago, Illinois I t A 2 1 : I awk l x 5 ELEANOR JIMENEZ San Diego, California i A Maria Luisa Horcasitas, Madonna Simpson, Marcia West, Mary Ann Megow, Joyce O'Hara, and Mary Anne Isenberg v ' f J . .-SE?-illagx 5 , , , i LOYOLA IDIART La Jolla, California ii ur I UF 34, 59:1 al l 'I 4 A I A ROS EMARY JONES La Jolla, California ,vw 1 5 I SHARON HILTSLEY San Diego, California 67 I Q mv su l A' 5 9 994' QQ . aa EW g, A Q A w 5 A 2 :Wg Z f fwfr Arid- A A A MARIE LANGE CAROL KUPILIK ELIZABETH KORANDER Monrovia, California San Diego, California San Bernardino, California A rn l ,,,ai'l R . -5 - l 'I Ar' 3' lf 'ni flu' " D, I i .I ,. I I? PATRICIA ANN MCCABE '12-1 San Diego, California ii 5,sU5i"' lf! 5 Q l W9 PATRICIA McCARTHY La Mesa, Calif. SHARON MEYERKAMP WW San Francisco, California .,.visp1,0 if 5 2 lf ? ,-I ANN MCGOWAN 1 :ma La Jolla, California R ' , im 'fs I 1 i firm I 21 Q H -if IKEW, - MARTHA MORENO GLORY MULLEN Los Angeles, California Pasadena, California I f Loyola Idiart Valerie Christian Eleanor Jimenez ll l W jawn, I-if QQ 'S I CAROLITA PERKINS Edwards, California MARCIE O'CONNOR Edina, Minnesota E77---D 125 v' v NI! ' 1 Y- .' A. Llfguirr, -I : , lu-, . 'vi vi-' ' ' ' Ii'-. sf' AJ ,gags A .V F554 I 91 X 25,9 '48, JOYCE O'HARA Warner Springs, California EE' J, , f X J , RUTH ANN PATTERSON South Pasadena, California PATRICIA MAHAN Glendale, California N n mt' ff 0' 1 l .4 , , 1 in 1 + , N? ina L. 1. ---v-,f 9 iv' " V if '25, if SHEILA PRENDERGAST EMILY PUGH San Diego, California Coronado, California -I 5 SEI , ,Qu SHEILA SANDERLIN GENE SEASE El Cajon, California San Diego, California nfl ,ffmlw qi 5 ff - 2 Mg will ii i K- V 7,505+ MADONNA SIMPSON PATRICIA SPRING Chicago, Illinois Pasadena, California 70 PATRICIA QUIRK Coronado, California .,3. yi! r 'I 1 .5 " . I l ir. W Aigfgi-illffqg 1 X g a ' . PAULETTE SANTOS San Diego, California .1 .l' if wif' , l a ix JOAN SUBERT Encino, California 1553 CHARLENE RANDELL Farragut, Iowa Q2 SUI f fa xr S , MARY DELL SCHEIBEL San Diego, California 4 I I FQ MARY JANE TIERNAN San Diego, California ,aff- X I X ,-.,-., 1 . . -mv W 1 x' I vi, X 'av ' I i jii. . X 1' ' ' l RGS SANQ' .A l Agslyoqg ' ff MSA ,sl -. 1 1, ,I 5f,,,."e-l was FREDA VELLA 5 EL g in C San Diego, California ANNETTE VANIER DEANNA VON BARGEN La Mesa, California Lewiston, Idaho -HG' 'E' YU I 1 X , 1 J ' L i sf?-' 2 lr -S "4 l L ' N if ,N - Hb I fiwiwn.:-. , aa 1' N i ii w if ,ll gf ' 4 ' Hg, ,' K P b ' vi, X 7 5 2' Sandy Cassell, Carol Kupilik, Mrs. Cassell, Mary i y - I E QQV WQI y l l l jane Tiernan, Emily Pugh, Marvine Epp, Sheila I A, S y kip.. lip, 2 W' Sanderlin, and Eleanor Jimenez: Big Sister Party l 4' 1 H U 4-- - before opening of college. :gg C MARCIA WEST ANNE WILSON 71 San Diego, California San Diego, California 1 ,,,,--3-' - fl? Bill 3.1-IIC' 11" Noel Owens 'il. " ' ' I lgwlw ,fan lm"-W1'l SRM Y W,f'fwz1i" , 'M-45'- ' Wx "W X V ' . J W' -an 'WWI A YH mfwfufj W'vgvAXh,u- w dx . X 51 'QS' dbxf'MXfxX,x-sxl'X"'!'flv- N- "-- x 1 Lv XFIQWK ,v:.EYy,-Ny-IQX xv. ,KM ,f , Nm f, Ip 'JJ f WM- y lllfmlhgff wif?" ,, 7-22 " ff '7 ' in Q 'Q' -.L 'levi'-'TQ'. Ax - ix.. my X-,KVoi.-,. ft-Q Qrx , Y Q , -, ., 'Sv- 72 Pl fK55l'NEN If 35 -3- ..- I-' . 47-- ' . , 1 " A'-su:-12' J Q: f.. - if 1-5:1 ,. 'f"f.-r 1' -if," il .JP ,'-e' ,- ",gf'i 77 fy, ,. C' up -f'...':f ff. J. - 'G Q xx Mother S. Fura Class Counselor, Patricia Lan don, resident, Elizabeth uinn, vice U Y: 8 P president, Mary Metcalfe, treasurer, Sandra Loubat, secretary. Well over a hundred, the largest freshman class in S.D.C.W.'s history began its career by setting a pattern of loyal cooperation. Inaugurating class social activities was a unique circus party in October, followed shortly by a delightful get-together at the Del Mar home of Patricia Young. On October 51, the Parisian "Cafe Continental" was the scene for the 1958 Freshman Follies, ably chairmaned by Beth Quinn and Vicky Seidel. Under the direc- tion of Monnie Tiffany, the freshmen cooperated with the sophomores in an enjoyable mixer. The second annual Christmas Toy Drive was again sponsored by the freshmen, under the zealous leadership of Maureen Gal- laher and Lynn Gengler. 73 ' MSW' l 59 21 s -WP Q5-9 Ili MALU ALDRETE San Diego, California 6 .X A L JOAN ALPAGO Bellflower, California V540 f e 'iv fi? MARGARET BANGASSER Seattle, Washington 74 V-nw The Class of '62 enthusiastically supported such college projects as football cheering, the Seventh Annual Christmas Pageant, and the newly organized Catechetical Guild. After four groups of fortnightly officers had been seated, election of permanent officers highlighted the pre-Christmas season. They fostered class unity, aided by group leaders: George Blaeser, Sandra Kraemer, Peggy D'Agostino, Martha Golden, Marcie Barton, Noney Baker, Mary Bahan, Elizabeth Wilmer, Gloria Lim, Rita Yoder, and Marie Adele Cudney. As the first semester closed, the day students entertained the resident students at an informal supper party at the home of Peggy D'Agostino. Social chairman Sue Monahan and Margaret Gillson continued a Freshman tradition by planning the annual and always highly suc- cessful supper-dance at Mardi Gras time. 1 t urs4,, Y lg: W 35407 5414 ferr ,S if 4 .+ NONEY BAKER Santa Ana, California MARY AGNES BAHAN Lynwood, California G 54-'lg 'rr QW Q5 IB: Sis!! 5 11 H -13 '-' - A gs-x , W Ralf, J11" f ls-'V .Lt r-13, , , ' KAREN BARKER Tigard, Oregon ELEANOR BARNES Imperial Beach, California During the spring semester, resident students thanked the day students for their delightful post-Christmas party by entertaining them in return. Late spring saw the freshmen planning the traditional frosh-senior farewell party. Not to be outdone by their predecessors, this year's freshmen cli- maxed their year by presenting the annual student-directed freshman operetta - with a difference! Not Gilbert and Sullivan this time, but an original version of the favorite WINNIE THE POOH! Under the direction of Georgie Blaeser, ably seconded by Assistant Director Marcette Martinez, Stage Manager Lisa Cahill, Chorus Manager Lynn Gengler, Lighting Director Patrice Murphy, Accompanist Vicky Seidel, Publicity Chairman Michaele Matthews, and the whole class, the freshmen charmed college and friends with the tunes and tales of Christopher Robin and his favorite playmates. With the same gay note, the class reunion brunch on graduation day ended a happy year. N . A I-. , .i ,, . A ' w I ' E 'K' V Q SA - 134 .Lt i a ' g a if I 1 Q i i 1 L 1 . K 2 C. liQlF,'l-, ' 51.51 Q99 MARCIE BARTON PEGGY BETZ 83.11 Diego, C2lllf0l'l'll3 La, 10113, Califgfnia will W' f f t ' X lmgff- - Q JUDITH BREMNER Evanston, Illinois Escondido, California .V + 1 lVIICKEY BARRILE Riverside, California GEORGIE BLAESER Chicago, Illinois if -UI il f , l vi 3 . ' ' " ' I I CARYL BURNS ANNA BOCCACCIO Coronado, California in Q 1 ,v-1 U' I ,sf 24,0 4 flaw, , ' I i k , g a 2. a, . 2 -rigs M Ffa E QV ELIZABETH CAHILL MARGOTT CARMONA VALERIE CHRISTIAN Beverly Hills, California Tijunga, Baja California, Mexico Coronado, California I ,.f59a f,Q j ug 2 so 'air ' P I l':l:'L3'1 Q 5, COPITHORNE MARIE CORONA ELAINE CRANE Calgafy, Alberta, Canada Brawley, California San Anselmo, California il 1 . Q my sua l 5 7 r 2. lx li' LSZQQN L 7 MARY JANE CONNELLY Winnetka, Illinois f a N D I '-.im ADELE CUDNEY San Diego, California A is 'WS400 .GWW gq9E.S,y,,, ' mNl"5"'a f a , 5 1 f a 1 5 'Q OUIDA CUNYUS MARGARET D'AGOSTINO DOLORES DESIDERI CAROLEE DANNIES Alpine, California San Diego, California Phoenix, Arizona Milwaukee, WISCODSIU 76 I l 1 I ll I I L I I i ing 45' in W8 E l Q -,?L5,L, lx u I D' ' - 'Af-,qv L - L 'Mah W H N - X- GRACE DI PRIMA ANGIE EAGAN ANNE EMERSON Perris, California Los Angeles, California San Diego, California J MARVINE EPP Coronado, California Martha Golden, Judy Vogt Irene Cullen, Patricia Langdon , A N LJIVIFS44, I 65? Sllax I 5 2 .ga f V' i' .l lf 5 gf" l . WMI 5-W V- A ELISA ESPANA CAROL FLEMIN G SHARON FOOTE Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico Lakeside, California Los Angeles, California 77 I . -X: Q EF 54,7 3 x 7' Q ' :uc X C , I-AHE oronado, California R -,rf Zu n M , x, GLER LYiig?ECEXiiocn121 San 1 ' f a EY oN GREEK! 'a SHAR Caufofm Los ARCS: 78 xx 4 NF 1 f A XQW Q wi V L sri' A ANL. Y, rp L' X, xg J- x . .va , X 5' 'C T1- g la 24, N Q . NNA GATTO f , California n San mego, MARGARET GILLSON Phoenix, Arizona ffm in SM Hia!! , x !'i:15,' MARY LOU GARVEY M Omaha, Nebraska AR THA x Menl GOLD O Park, Calif-ol-'EIV ia wma Q 44. 'W' 1 faves: JULIE GURDIN JUD Los Angeles, California IZIH ANN GRIE xx 5 S con d1d0, Ca1iforgEABER RW? S4 N 4' 2 1 .. X 1 ' -vw . X 1' :B ARBARA HAL San D' L ROSSIGNOL lego, California "We-e-l-1" - Judy Peterson , , f Awjlflog S pr glston, uunois BY 54110 .V 'Q 'N Q sw su 3Q5f?'T 1 2 S PMI --ful ' diy, N 44' n l W f Jr,'!.:-' " T . , A ' A MAN voN HESIEIEJIRCETECERRAINE o I D1ANEd13PZj,E11EoY01'5 San Francisco, California San 1155? HAYNES C0fODa 1 0, cjiilifgl-Hia 'K' 5 2 i W .vW"0 - 3 Q fd 2 A. 'X Ng :L , 3 5 5 . my or , I, is ' D PATRICIA HORRIGAN M CXA HOFFMAN Phoenix, Arizona LUISA HO PATR1 Caiiforma uahva, Chih RCATSITAS La ,Ona-s -D -Mexico 79 if Q E540 MARY ANNE ISENBERG San Diego, California X, M, fo ' H 5 2 4 5563 1 SANDRA KRAEMER San Diego, California N' 3.4, 1 GLORIA LIM Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico 80 C 39 ,2 l 5' ANNE KARCHER Anaheim, California 1- l I-SQINM li' .rf "i JOYCE LAWSON San Diego, California l , 4,1 Q5 " 3412 5' 0 ,l J l EEDCEQ7 nr-f , PATRICIA LOOSEN Okarche, Oklahoma I BFSQ4. 56 2. ' l SOFIA KENNEDY Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico USM .5 ' ' Q iii. A ' . X . . 5 1 Lapfi PATRICIA LANGDON Menlo Park, California Mvsiya 2 Q Q X POLA LOPEZ San Bernardino, California 1..,, CAFE CONTINENTAL: Orchestra: Anne Russo, Pianistg Mary jane Connelly, Director. 'Q' AQ QF su , BARBARA MAJCHROWICZ San Diego, California ,. , . Uv I nla I 1 'w , Y.. Us LA All, . 1 1, lr ' p: . , SQ? Slug K, Q RACHEL MANSIR Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico QQ SANDY LOUBAT New Orleans, Louisiana pus, .4 MARY MARTIN Evanston, Illinois f In X .wi M09 wa A :R A We PATRICIA LORENTZ San Diego, California 1'f 'a 12 LYNN MANNING Des Moines, Iowa N ' If f , f ,gulf 54,4 Ig O, Asn- E li V - 3 Y-' ' A MARCETTE MARTINEZ San Diego, California SUI Q 3' 'lil v MARY MCCREARY Coronado, California K. lr' Y F C ATTH. V MxcHdifE10NEaX1f0""a C0109 ' 1 g a l s5"S"""a ATB MQGR. RY ELLF'Nano,Calxl0Y01a PATRICIA MCMAHAN B Cawstt Escondido, California San Wa C. SU X "' " 5 SMQQ R' C' - 'gall ONMOYOEQ an a SHA? Xe qvashmg SUSAN MONAHAN SCM' ' San Diego, California 82 'WF' if-ii C .', F: ' ' .,-L 1-- I - A 1-V Q I l'.l'l 'V F V 1, ,, -. Vg 5 U: , 'Il M uw 2'-flw -. A . fn l il Q ui V it M ARY s .ANN an D168 0, C31 i fo Illia f F W-:E MAR lr!-1-v ' 5 Des Y MHTCA Moines IOV5-FE ' a , imma MA x , R Y San Die MUPLEN 80, California 'fn 'f 2 + Q . gig? V W f 5-y :EE 1 N ,pl MARY KATHLEEN MURPHY PATRICE MURPHY FRANCINE MURRAY San Diegg, California Pasadena, California Palm SPlf1IlgS, Cillll'-OI'1'1121 E: 1 M ila ff XA. . A , fi-J 5 A A , a f YEY is a A A fb will A 5 4 .. iilw Eff CAROL JUNE O'CONNOR HELEN ODOM I NOEL OWENS Chicago, Illinois San Diego, California Phoenix, Arlzona ,vw , , Wiw Q UW . 1.151 JUDY PETERSON Freshman Toy Drive: Laura Sarre Ni Q QF S110 'SAE , F MARLEN E QUALIATO Whittier, California La Jolla, California xx I fly, xfigily iv sm, A uv sim' '- ELIZABETH QUINN COLLEEN QUIGLEY Chula Vista, California Arcadia, California E2 :Lua I. a 3 B 4 my S4 L ne w R X up A il 5 I an 5, ,. ELLIN RILEY Phoenix, Arizona MARY RODDENBERRY Yuma, Arizona ,.. Ivy A 1 ,921-.J ,E I ml- I 'TI N I ' I Wg?-.,,l WSH Y ,GMM ICU I ,f e .:.. A -A H- I X "-P A L, '-, ,IR L I 'X ERLINDA RODRIGUEZ MARY RUSSELL Calexico, California San Diego, California 84 I KAREN REEMELIN SUSAN RHIEL San Diego, California Elmwood, Wisconsin Fe? I l 4 In l N 1 ,AF Mya I Ki J' KQV Sly w if JQ I may ERMILA RODRIGUEZ DONNA ROMANO Blythe, California Chicago, Illinois I-3, A J , 1:6 gy 541063, it ii ' l 5 2, Y Q I 41,9 MARBETH RYAN ANNE RUSSO san Diego, California San Dwgo, California I . 'I F nf SM Q96 lf O A QQ , if 5 LAURA SARRE Monterrey, Mexico is x l CLAIRE M. SOUZA El Cajon, California DEBORAH STEVENSON San Diego, California fgltfffiykl 5 Q tl gb. VICTORIA SEIDEL Pasadena, California CAFE CONTINENTAL: Ballet: Margaret Bangas ser, Cecile Sorcabal, Mary Metcalfe, Marbeth Ryan, Margaret Gillson, Elizabeth Wilmer, Anna Boccaccio V1 I 2 ' ' C CECILE SORCABAL La Puente, California , -,. a H I I my L ,tiny .' , 'w ! i . Mwff, f i y R EUGENIA STANKER Menlo Park, California ADRIENNE SWEETING San Diego, California .i l guy SAI! ' a i PM li if LW 1 S if :Q R l MYRNA STOFLET Santa Ana, California yf W xi . 85 , I I 1 f if C' wi g, if I I JUDITH TURLEY San Diego, California JEAINTNETTE TAPPE Fort Dodge, Iowa , V - o, 9- Irflii X I x 1.7:-,,, 1 .-4 ,' 1 Eu' V' 3 MONNIE TIFFANY Phoenix, Arizona San Diego, California DOREEN T ILKER r'? "a 5 will A Y 49, , 5-ia 'Fw Sw I JUDY VOGT 'MQ C sr' 5 4' Q33 St. Louis, Missouri 5 x CHARMIAN TIPSWORD CHRISTINE VER HALEN Spring Valley, California Beverly Hills, California 86 , gghjjdyag fL,ms4,,0 A E 4' UDITH THROP if 1 Ay, San Diego, California 1 mfg, v ,y f f -. ' I , sw 544' ,AWS-UI S 1 O 5 1 - ,G+ k J , CS .3 FRANCES WEISMANTEL LINDY WILLIAMSON ELIZABETH WILMER San Diego, California Oakland, California Phoenix, Arizona GLORIA YAGUES Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico .4 uP My , f 4 aug' F' CAFE CONTINENTAL: Judy Peter- son, Danna Haynes, Claire Souza, Judy Throp, Sandy Loubat, Sandra Kraemer, Janet Halla, Judy Vogt. PATRICIA YOUNG La Jolla, California W X1 BF 84, y S a 11,43 RITA YODER est Covina, California A .QGFS-If QM a ACTIUITIE5 Karene Lemke, A.S.B. Social Chairmzmg Mary Jane Tiernan, International Relations Club Presi- dentg Kate Bnsile, Alculzi Park Players' President. T ,I 1, I . V P W, 1. V -'K 'vb A-RS. J' -Y . u " ig x K ,g i 4 L ' T x I, 4' ,-' xx t W r I I I A x XJ . X' . fl . fri-I.E'f' " ' . -F v' 1" fl ,A I' .A , JJ- ,,.. U f, , 5.41-L MMLX JMI V, ' ., I A1 - 7 X. in ' f' y g ,fry ' f ' gigs ,.-'- .Q 'i ' .,',':'75' ' -'g++ '1 ' 3 . . . ' K f' s X A -...ll m. X . X 1 . K ul, LMT --.IT 1 'gh 449' 1' ., , N, 'I . XX 1 5 +,1,,"1, ,. 1 +kf+MQt. 4 . , 1 . 'v .1..',' Wffkkwwl ' -, 'ff L. ' f'4'QY3Wfg I . ,Q 1, , ,, J-xv jr 1?,1. ,.V'u.' .'x2',-iml :I W . .my X ' '41 . , X ,. , . A, N X , ,M 1, :I 7 x f, ,. - ,l-A - ,:'- 7. 5 -. 1- yin - :fa , . , ,, - ' ,.-"f'L'.' Qu' 1.7-533-'-F-?'1"'M'F,"1,f3 if 41' f',ff:1A-Tgi '31 be-f-12e,v1 +l'.' :1?11' 1'.'1'l' ,ff X ' 1" iff,-H" 'r'-'Y,,I"'. Avfwm+JHwwwM+ W If1:.:A-Mx-?,'.Q,'.,?'z: ffm- fffxf 5 54 19 .L gg -V .fx ,- , J ir.-. , '-xx , "FIN v.'J ff ' 1, 'Z-t -,'-F-.-ll , . U 3- ,p .hr .-N ,.' l-,Q Ah ,L 5-' Fir,-9 ,'::'1A:'-'H 42 lf-- ifkm 1!,,xlX.:lf.'T , -251,55 A,'N .. V., .1 41 Jn ' 4. ,K , AW, .,,a. ,sw - pf , 1. s r , m avi. f 4-. .Y 11 ' I 1 i. ,QLIZW 1:nv QW , Q5 f'5"fgA'f1i'f-.E :V ' - 1 1 M X -K Y , , , W jing Y. N If A, -5 , . , -ll.. MT-' N , .b 'rf ., .I 4, w , ' V l I .vi N" X A A KC ' f A gif, f ' ' ' H N1 '-Iii - . 4 ' -if, fha 1 Staff: Simone Gennette, Varian Benjamin, Terry Falk, Editor, Mary Lou Spalding, Mother Susan Campbell, Faculty Advisor. I'-"""'i This publication was conceived, founded and titled in the hope that it might be a means of helping the students realize their Christ-given motto: UT OMNES UNUM SINT, "That All May Be One." UNUM has tried during the last three years to satisfy this need by inviting students, graduates, and fac- ulty members of every department to con- tribute to it their best and deepest thoughts, that, sharing these with one another, we may through our "manyness" the more quickly come to a knowledge of His "Oneness". Domini Collins discussing her book review of THE CHANGING WIND, with author, Karena Shields. -ls.. Q- Q Staff: STANDING: Carolita Perkins, Mary 'Fiorino, Karen Haig, Sharon Meyerkamp. SEATED: Mary Dee Dugan, Genevieve Condon, Editor, Martha Fiorino, Mother Mariella Bremner, Faculty Advisor, Margarette Kelly. ALCALA l Wi Upper picture: Mar- tha Fiorino, Terry Ditzen and Wally Hawtree, setting up a senior picture for AL- CALAQ lower picture: Alberta Slaven, jean Peck, Mary Ellen Ohlfs, and Lillian juri- 'fli ka admiring the win- Qlfg dow dis la of THE Q! ' CHANGQNDD WIND, our own Karena Shields newest publica- IIOI1. I e, STANDING: Kate Basile, Claire Whalen, Genevieve Condon, Linda Hay- ward, Mimi Zolezzi, Glory Mullen. SEATED: Mary Jane Tiernan, Mary Dee Dugan, Susana Jimenez Cabral, Chairman the second semester, Angel Krae- mer, and Karene Lemke. SPEAKERS 9 BUREA U CAT ECHETI CAL GUILD Alicia Melendez teaching Catechism at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish. Josefma Moreno and her Catechism class Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy being met at Lindbergh Field by Genevieve Condon, before her lecture to the College on Wednesday, May 7, 1958. Miss Elizabeth Reid and Angel Kraemer as the for- mer was being introduced to the Student Body, Wednesday evening, November 12, 1958. Terry Falk, Chairman of the SPEAKERS' BUREAU the first semester The Speakers' Bureau Was founded to develop in its members the ability to express the convictions and ideals derived from their Catholic education. In order to further its apostleship as a Christopher organization the Bureau holds an annual Student Congress for members of the student body and for the Catholic girls' high schools. The theme discussed this year was "The Role of the Christian Woman Today". Other activities included in- formal panels and discussions on topics of current interest, and a public relations program with the high schools in the area. It is through such activities that the members seek to prepare them- selves to bring Christ "into the market-place" of present day society. 93 , ,,,,,,,u -c-e.-,- '..v Uv---Y -W -.Y---.-NJ -J San Diegois annual Blue and White Bail are 1 dance C0-QIIGITDICII, Matthew lwecartiiy and i Miss Karene Lemize. Dance was held iast night. iCAMPUs CANQPY i , it Un' Fete Heici s , E' A Country Ciuiii Q The University ot San Diego 'held it. anrfual 'Blue and- White ,Ball last night at the La Jolla ,Country Club: Miss 1 Karene Lemke. social chairman of l The Drama Club will be ,meeting often to plan a :forth-' ,coming production in Febru- ry. Miss Kate Basile, presif dent oi the Alcala Park Play-i ,the College for Women, and ers, has announced it will be ,Matthew -McCarthy. social lchairman of the College for Men, were in charge of ar- traugements. 5 Mlsssandra Pinckert, pres- Lident of the. Wonien's Athletic Association, has announced fthat me Iirst 1959 meeting of fthe club F1?iday.wil1 be de- voted toplans for the basket- jagllvtgurnainenty in February. -A ga one-act play entitled "Dear iDecision," based on St. Thom- as More, English lawyer and martyr for this iaith. The play is scheduled-'for perfor- mance Feb. 10 in honor of Reverend Mother Hill, Hon- orary Presidentwof the Golf leseielgwemeli-. . . ,..r - .- . 1 THE SAN DIEGO- UNIUN 1 - ' -Sun.. -Ian.-ll, 1939 i I , me soujuetm csioss i Campus Corner Mimi Zolezzi Gets Math Fellowship Mimi Zolezzi, senior at the San Diego College for Women and vice president of the student body, has been appointed a Woodrow Wilson Fellow for the academic year 1959-1960 in the field of mathematics. As a. fellow of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, Miss zoiezzi win ,. ' ' i receive her tuition, fees and a living' stipend at the uni- versity of her choice during her first year of graduate work. Miss Zolezzi has chosen Fordham University in New York, ' The Woodrow Wilson Na- 4 tional Fellowship Founda- tion grew out of a fellow- N ship Program established 'by Princeton University in 19-15. After 1952 the fellowships were underwritten jointly by the 37 universities compris- ing th e Association of American Universities and by the Carnegie Corpora- tion and the General Edu- 1 cation Board. x MIM: ZOLEZZI i i H ,N N! . .li 1 Li Illl Ill -1 " Basketball finals won by the Freshmen. The Women's Athletic Association is one of the largest established groups on campus. It was formed in order to foster and promote good sportsmanship and spirit within the classes. During this past year, under the leadership of its president, Sandy Pinckert, the club has been successful in its efforts to encourage students to participate fully in varied activities. These ! YS.. ,, ir 'V Nl: -Y, -1 '- Mlxn OFFICERS: Martha Fiorino, secretary, Sandy Pinckert, presidentg Ann McGowan, vice president. include volleyball, basketball, volley-tennis, ping- pong, and tennis tournaments. Other sports sponsored by the club are sailing, bowling, and horseback riding. To encourage competition and sportsmanship, the club awards trophies to the winner of the tournaments as well as to the class and individual displaying the best all-around sportsmanship. fr W.A.A. Mildred C. Hagan, Betty Fellows, and Ida Mercado: P.E. Faculty 95 Barbara Rogers Bradcliffe administering the Stanford-Binet Test. 96 I N D I T V E I S D T U I A N L G Betty Francis administering the Wechsler Children's Intelligence Test. rf 4 l v I I t Sheila Livingston and Maureen Murphy at Color Wheelg Mary Kay Murphy checking eye-spang Mother Margaret Reilly timing Maze-Tracingg and Angel Bocchino checking data on Maze-Tracing. The International Relations Club was organized in February, 1958. Panel discus- sions on topics of current world interest, or talks by guest speakers constitute the program for the bi-monthly meetings. Topics discussed this year have been: MUNICH AND WEST GERMANY led by Alexandra Wierer, THE OFF-SHORE ISLANDS led by Claire Fok-Tung, BER- LIN led by Mary Fiorino, and a delight- ful talk on NICARAGUA given by Mrs. Karena Shields of the Social Science De- partment. An outstanding event of the second semester has been the College Mock United Nations Meeting for the Western States held at the University of Southern California in late April. Mem- bers of the I.R.C. represented Nicaragua at this meeting. Domini Collins headed this group. MEMBERS: SEATED: Claire Whalen, Sharon Meyerkamp, Mary Jane Tiernan, Mary Fiorino, Maureen Aggeler. STANDING: Mary Dee Dugan, Angel Kraemer, Kate Basile, Sheila O'Brien, and Susana Jimenez Cabral. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Egg. - V ,ri Yi? I -.,.1' i'A,ij,i': v G,-I J 4 . 1 g Milli: . '- 'K -was , -rig -I:-,C1.-pf A. Q 5 '33 "fAiiffv' mv,-14-g Q' : :rT : n lnmw-U' 'Claire Fok-Tung: Mary jane Tiernan, president: Mary Fiorino, secretary: Ruth Patter- son, vice president. all My Marcy petitioning the Student Council for a delay. -.ii-i, - .-. vux-1 -ff ..-. -. SPRING f xl . Ili C LA FORZA DEL DEMERIT: Martha Fiorino, Elizabeth Cahill, Mary Fiorino, Irene Cullen, Margaret Araiza, Anita Dolan, Patricia Crowe, Patsy Adams, Sharon Meyer- kamp, Laura Sarre, and Carolita Perkins. SING in ' N V-f ,.- -- "5 . '- P .. Q A, V". 5.4 3. ' ' ' "gg e' - "Four of us new girls . . . Wish we'd come much sooner . . . Here's to the girls at USD, who made us feel at home . . Rita Flynn, Siena Mondavi, Jolene Pryor, and Gayla Browne. Welfare Committee members: Susan Arant, Diane Head and janet Beck, present an Interlude on PATIO UMBRELLAS. vs 1 Th ' -x .au 1 Mary and Martha, u duo in perfect harmony. Petite and fashionable Molly Model: Genevieve Condon. FASHION SHOW The Fashion World is ruled not only by those who design, but also by those who wear the fashions. The College Welfare and Social Committees collaborate at the beginning of the scholastic year, to help the stu- dents dominate and control style, not serve it abjectly af, l 4 ,. 41' '. i.'.f. i '11, 1 Y "This is Karene Lemke, your Social Chairman in troducing the 1958-1959 Campus Fashion Show.' or abandon their choices to Caprice. "This Fashion Show is designed to help them choose, just the right dress for the occasion, and for their particular per- sonality." Thus all learn to exercise moderation with the conviction that restraint is the best quality in art. lOl x SH I N5 CARI' DE 1 a problem to Malu Aldrete ,ff rx, , lx I f X V ii W- ww , ,Qt 7 v nl., f ART f"w I' X se' e ' 1 SI! v. W julia G. Andrews presenting Medieval Art to her students. -., A-., -.. 0 Lf 'N' -IA. fiiigj '- LN , 15 , -f ' N 1 f - ' ' x A 4 A B mi A 2 1,3 :Q N . 'fur ? W Y-Hz, , ,, , H M., I 1 ,' " A .x, 1 X W :ru ,X ,lyqw ' , 5 . , vans-5 ,1, 1: ..' f,',-' 11' ' 1 X- 1: .1f"' A Ay., gn:-lu J: : . ,A 1 W ' n , W w wV,',.- 'I 1' Vf-fb 1.i'1.f,'y' 5- V . ... 1,1 . -' -U., 4 wx' A w Z ,,-Q. 4 I 1 I 5 W lggfg y is N55 Qfzlffai 1 g My tb' - VS E I f.g - -1 gint ln' I, , 1' ! A 5, , l.f -W x t' .1 i' rq 1. ' -' ' r ' -. V A-i3'i'? I 1- frm I-' '-' ' , LT L M fl 1 ,n , I ' Lvl ! X-,lf xx. www E 1 1 1 A 'Pg . :lift CHRISTMAS PAGEANT The Alcala Park Players and the Choral Club pre- sented a CHRISTMAS PAG- EANT OF THE NATIONS, in which different tableaux brought before our eyes, the ever old, ever new beauty of Christmas. Its purpose was fully realized as all left with a fuller knowledge of His Love and His Joy, which they -li?'T'vu, Carollers: "GOD REST YE MERRY, GENTLEMENN Barbara Bassarab took away with them to share with others. THE ALCALA PARK PLAYERS began their ac- tivities with a Reader's Theatre presentation of a WOMAN WRAPPED IN SILENCE on October 22nd, the President's Feast Day. Then work began on the CHRISTMAS PAGEANT OF THE NA- TIONS. This Seventh Annual presentation highlight- ed the distinctive melodies and national costumes through which the people of various lands have worshipped the Christ-Child and celebrated His Birthday. After a reverent portrayal of the angel's message to the shepherds and a brilliant Nativity scene, the Pageant of the Nations represented dra- matically the Austrian custom of the Advent wreath, while the Choral Club accompanied the scene by sing- ing the ancient Advent hymn, "Rorate Coeli". Nar- rators representing Western and Southern Europe, the British Isles, the Orient, Northern Europe, East- ern and Central Europe, appeared on the scene as Choral group and taxleaux vivants combined to de- pict the gay dances of Spain, the colorful adoration of flowers in France, the zest of English carollers and charm of a Scotch lullaby to accompany the entrance of a bewitching Scotch plaid baby angel, the haunt- ing strains and red-gold radiance of Our Lady of China, a Swedish ring-dance, children worshipping DRAMA at a German wayside shrine, the Russian madonna of the icon lauded in a beautiful Russian recitativeg an Irish family welcoming the Holy Family, Who were attracted by their "candle in the window", and elfish Czech angels preparing a place for the Child and His Mother. America, too, was represented by its earliest people, as the choral group sang the seventeenth cen- tury Huron carol, and Cecilia Merino, an Indian madonna, sang a beautiful lullaby from the entrance of her Wigwam. The final depiction showed Our Lady of the Nations, flanked by adorers from many lands and by colorful flags, symbolic of Her Queenship of the earth. Thus did the student-body, over one-hun- dred and fifty of whom participated in the Pageant in vocal, dramatic, or technical capacity, endeavor to draw all hearts to the love of the God-Man, which gives the true spirit of Christmas. This was followed on February 10th, by THE HOUR OF DECISION, in which St. Thomas More was depicted as giving his answer to his "most dear daughter, Meg". The final production of the year was ANTIGONE, given May lst, and Srd. THE BETRAYAL: STANDING: Molly Breen, Lucy Evans, Dan Wachowiak, Mickey Clifford and Charles Trease. KNEELING: Angel Bocchino. sv s TQ I n y -if -' ' A i 'sl fr , mfgft 'if' X . 'xff.f, . f ' if y 11 I l . ill, ik Q S gf X t x 5 - mf X , X 2, W 9 aff f f -g-.:..-osff-rr' " -A , 5-'Zz-w. HOUR OF DECISION: Mary Bahan, as St. Thomas More Francine Murray, as Megg and Anne Russo, as the jailer. Reverend Leo Lanphier I 1 .Nm I I l ' r '1 e 5 E .v-- W THE WOMAN WRAPPED IN SILENCE: Miss Katherine Pappas, Gloria Lim, Pola Lopez, Francine Murray, Rosemary Jones, Doreen Tilker, and Karene Lemke. "Look what I found!" SCIENCE CLUB TRIP T 0 BIRD ROCK l'WllfCh your step !" Looking over the situation. HIS if alive I 08 ? Ln ,-U"- ' s H lima ffm- 'Q L Q L W --. :iffy Dr. Eleanore Christensen Mother Agnes Schmit, Judy Turley " .1 , ,':-1 ,H --3 ii SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS: Mary .Ioan Padberg, treasurer, Bar- bara Rivard, vice president, Rowena Naidl, president. Karen Reemelin, Judy Throp, Frances Weisinantel, Mary Joan Pad- berg, janet Naidl, secretary of Science Club, Marcie Barton, Celia Fountain and Karen Haig. This year the Science Club has been fortunate in being able to present outstanding speakers. At the September meeting, Miss Sharon Smith, past president and winner of the U. S. Department of Health, Education and Wel- fare Fellowship for graduate study at Stanford Univer- sity, spoke on the qualifications for graduate students. At following meetings: Mr. George D. Cremer spoke on future aeronauticsg Mr. Francis V. Gavoto on mathemati- cal computersg Mr. john L. Lynch on scientific philoso- phy, and Dr. john L. Boyer, M.D., on heart disease. Before Christmas all students were invited to hear Dr. Urey, a Nobel Prize winner, speak on the solar system, at Navy Electronics Laboratory. Another important function of the club is to offer op- portunity for student participation in the activities. Dur- ing October a field trip to BIRD ROCK was scheduled, and in january several members visited the Public Health Laboratory and Sharp Memorial Hospital. Q ,ima gg 4 5 ,A "f"'x.-gfL.1.a..--- .. ,LLL TABERNACLE SOCIETY: Mary Fiorino, Laura Sarre, Mother Catherine McShane, Faculty Advisor, Karen Haig, Linda Hayward, and Deanna Von Bargen. The Tabernacle Society forms part of the Catholic Action group on campus. Founded by a group of volunteers in March, 1958, it gives students an opportunity to aid needy churches. Under the direction of President Linda Hayward, this group has designed and completed several sets of vestments this year. . .V ,Q T sae Q: X- I , ' - ,fp -:tgggilgczb .. - ' .4 '- Qing. f . -. X Procession into the IMMACULATA for the Solemn Pontiiical Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of john Badie. College for Women students in foregroundg College for Men students to the left, His Excellency Most Reverend Charles F. Buddy, pre- ceded by his assistants in background before the Administration Building of the E l University. Thursday, March 12, 1959. 'Wi if TOP: Little Choir, Joanne Krejsa accompanyingg MIDDLE: Choral Club, Mother Furay directingg BOTTOM: " 'Twas the night before Christmas," Little Choir. 'lbw' .s 1:-f:,,,.,si'f, ' A f l OCTETTE: Sheila Sanderlin, Margaret Araiza JoAnne Krejsa, Victoria Seidel, Elizabeth Ko rander, Judith Bonelli, Margaret D'Agostino and Cecilia Merino MUSIC Christmas Carols by the Octette Sz' Mr. Kohlar and Mrs. Rohfleisch 9 Lily Procession, December 8th. , D ni University Crib at His Excellency,s entrance. -1-cf" TT gg nv May Crowning V l Eu if Reverend C. Cronin, His Excellency Charles F. Buddy, Bishop of San Diego, and Reverend Thomas Egan on way to the Chapel of the San Diego College for Women, for the Solemn Pontiflcal Requiem Mass for His Holiness Pope Pius XII, Monday, October 13th, 1958. Our beloved Mere Madeleine Lambin, Golden .Iubilarian of August 15th, 1958. We all admire her indefatigable energy in working for and with the Tabernacle Society. - H5 H551 -fi 1 1 -0 E 4 uallka 3 5, VI f. i , s ,w Q w N 'wh Q4-'fy 1 EL 1-bshf ' ffriffg ' : 'f r- : -5- U inn U N W as-' Y.. ':,k .-. -x-nie THE IMMA C ULATA f ,-1 'To you, Excellency, our deepest gratitude, For showing us the Love of Christ, For teaching us to find the Child with Mary His Mother, The Queen of Alcala Park, Whose gentle presence dominates our campus, As we look towards Her, atop the dome, She guides us to Her Son, To the light and joy that glow from out His Heart." 7 Q Maureen Aggeler, Kathrine Seabrook, president of sodality, Sandra His Excellency, Most Reverend Charles F. Buddy, D.D. A -Q A if Pinckert, 4 ,. ' 5 3, KNEELING: Catherine Basile, Elise Clark, and Gloria Ravettino. STANDING: Barbara Heney, Mr. Hayes, His Excellency blessing the new so- dalists. ll8 "T in Mother Danz our Directress. KNEELING: Claire Whalen. STANDING: Angel Kraemer, His Excellency the Bishop of San Diego, our Director. CHILDREN OF MARY THE PROMISE OF A CHILD OF MARY Child of Mary of the Sacred Heart, Following the example of Our Lady, My mission is to carry out the plans of His Heart for me and to help Him reveal Himself to the World. fff KNEELING: Patricia Crowe, Domini Collins, Genevieve Condon. STADIDING: Kathrine Seabrook, His Excellency bestowing a final blessing. ig" "wi A, K' ' 'Q J l f ,fm , , 0 . y A w f l fga5"'N n f f , e M, .Tm ' , ,. I if 1 -, Ijlomecoming Princesses: Noel Owens, Sandy Cassell, Angel Bocchino, and Cecilia Merino, with Homecoming Queen Mary Rosa and Tony Piazza. 1 lj, i' 1 W- 5. .1-1 JT JN, :Lg I v.-'-L .1141 gf h,-Y . I, ! r rl- I QL i, wr L , . .1 Az MU. k V -'ek . 'Qs , 1 R --'12, W w .u, , w I, Qhebr Leadersxz Ralph Kosr, lienniymnupfan, JjAm-.Q'Neill. if 'F xx I xx , 1 f . mf- .Fl 1 h W 1- ,h . Y 3 f Y f x.. ,ich v 1 if lrff. PI' h f-F9 -i' h hr ,H V- 'P . - :L'.3f'sK ,'L??1 -- .P " , 7' Q? .A h ., 1, E . u:f3.f.fgjf51k,5-,Q-' 5 --V1-V , h I H ' ' 2 ' hl - g V N' :P VZ .v- 1 3 if VV J: i '.5:f."x " WT--,,..s 1 v , , 1 , . W 4 5 N 1 'I Q i"Qz'5'5-'I-'Hrs' . 'W if V IQ 1 ', . A Ni.: my - ' --A " .v 4' 1.1 gi 5. , Jil Song Leaders: Susan Arant, Barbara jordan, Barry Cook Cederberg, Digrg, , Head, Elizabeth Korander, and jill Brady cheer us on to VICTO, nr - It ' I' :vu 2 I 1- r ' 4 Q., ' 'i.l'.iA ---A A 1 -.1 7 ' eral f I x qi 9 Si .. . , 1,11-Q VA l- X .1 x' I ,jf 5:4 V.. il:-LJ , John Cooper meditating. ,A v J , " Ky I w f :ww Y 4 X 4 POM-POM PARTY e l More pleasure than work with Don Gilmore, Judy Bonelli, Mike Corolla and Barbara Jordan. Hurrah we're finished. KNEE-LING: Barry Cook Ceder- Gary, Mary Ellen Hayes, Donnie Simpson, Charlene Ran 122 berg, Susan Arant, jill Brady. STANDING: Marcie dell, and Diane Head. O'Connor, Barbara jordan, Elizabeth Korander, Linda E , l l Fe' U.,-ri' . l . ,':f:.r-E'rl,i :?' I .4 eg ' A 'f . wt-Q. Cecilia Merino, Angel Bocchino, Sally McCutcheon, Tony Piazza crowning Mary Rosa, Noel Owens, and Sandy Cassell. HOMECOMING DANCE iff- 1 1 Lil ix lliii' Diane Head, Barry Cook Cederberg, jill Brady, Barbara jordan, Susan Aram, and Elizabeth Korander. ,Y "Good luck Sandy !" "Spike that ball! 124 03,1 VH W' i I! I ., -ez 'I , I 1'-535 f. 5 f, , . K, I I 2' " f- ' ' 5, A N I I! .VF .L 'I - I Q . H , -In 0 ga I 1 Q I I t tg . W 1 1 .4 If W V f' " 'I g . , I ' NS' , THE SAILING CREW - May, 1958 'Q-ffm , -- F.:-i lu- Angel Kraemer and Madelyn Lo Plccolo "In the lead ?" -4' in-Q SAILING , AND BOWLING BOWLERO: Glory Mullen, John Wilper, Hugo Soto, Evan Wether- ald, Marcie O'Connor. 125 ff f"'l5"5E'!'q" K-LL- FRONT ROW: Susana jime nez-C, Martha Golden, Ce- cilia Merino, Sandy Pinckert, Sharon Brewer, Angel Krae- mer, Patricia Mahan, Angel Bocchino, jill Brady, Elaine Crane, Irene Cullen. BACK ROW: Claire Whalen, Diane Head, Marcie O'Connor, Mary Fiorino, Barbara jor- dan, Margaret Bangasser, Eleanor Barnes, Patricia Young, Joanne Krejsa, Nancy Leal, Maria Luisa Horcasitas, and Pola Lopez. A S B Thanksgiving Food Planning Committee: Mimi Zolezzi, Angel Kraemer, and Kath- rine Seabrook. , , S ,rl AY 1-V' 1,212 C QQ Santa Claus' arrival: Mr. Rudolph Lippert and Martha and Mary Fiorino. 6 x 5 L r elf M. 4 " dr, 5 BAL DES FLEURS h4ay,1958 l 1 1' 127 F RESHMAN S UPPER DANCE February 8, 1959 TOP: Marty Young and Mary Meulmester MIDDLE: Glory Mullen and jay Elliott BOTTOM: Karene Lemke and john Evenson N W D H IPM I T E '-fi? fig 'Q' '91-wifi. , ---O ' . I' ' l A B A L L , , ,,, M - Y . , -3- - - ...p..n1.: gpg.,-s.Y , -- .A , Irma Beck and Bill Tony, Lucy Evans and John Archer. 1, X, Vw A. G. Kellogg and Ann Lambert, john Toussac and Irma Beck, Michael Devon and Margaret Lean, Basil Van Boon and Gretchen Gerhart. ' 'E -of 'f- Sitting this one out in the fountain. Domini Collins and Jim Monahan, Janet Beck and Hank Zumstein, Mary Kay Murphy and Dave Webb. Friday Night - Palm Patio. HARVEST BALL AND FRIDAY NIGHTERS Mary Ellen Hays and Al Kish. After the USD - MONTANA night gilllle. Judy Vogt, Marcia West, Irene Cullen, Mary Anne Isenberg, Diane Head, Mon- nie Tiffany, Sandy Cassell, Diary Jane Tiernan, Lynn Man- ning, Glory Nlullen, Judy Bonelli. FRESHMAN-SOPH- OMORE PARTY. l3l yi CHRISTMAS PARTY AT THE HOTEL DEL CORONADO i.l Mrs. E. P. Hull and Va- rian Benjamin - Pre- paring "Waiting." Glory Mullen, Dick Blaisdell, USN, Larry d'Angelo, USN, Judy Bonelli l Mr. and Mrs, Manuel V, Mer- mdo Mrs. L. W. Dwerlkotte, Mrs. John Felter, Mr. L. W. Dwerlkotte, and Captain John Felter, USN. Susan Jimenez-Cabral, Don Huber, Angel Kraemer, Charles McGrath, Paul Springer, Mary Ellen Mc- Grath. 97 L.,-rs X Fllzabeth Wilmer and Edward Barran Patricia Lossen and Mlchael Al varado F Isabel Ishino, Karen Perlowski, Gloria Becerra, Mother Alicia Sarre, and Carmen Ramirez lis- tening to a language tape. Marvine Epp, Eugenia Stank- er, Patricia Young, Patricia Langdon, and Georgie Blaeser registering for second se- m6Ste1'. 4.2 'lie Mercy College of Nursing AfH1iates 1 . A STUDENT COUNCIL: SEATED: Claire Whalen, Kathrine Seabrook. Mim Zolezzi, Angel Kraemer, JoAnne Krejsa, Karene Lemke, Patricia Langdon, Celia Fountain, Sheila O'Brien. STANDING: Kate Basile, Sandy Pinckert, Mary Jane Tiernan, Susana Jimenez Cabral, Elizabeth Korander, Genevieve Condon, Rowena Naidl, and Marcia West. ' f ' I P w SOCIAL COUNCIL: Sharon Hiltsley, Glory Mullen, Caroline Chrisman Varian Benjamin, Angel Kraemer, Karene Lemke, Patricia Mulcahy, Ann Lambert, Margaret Gillson, and Susan Monahan. ACT OF CO SECRATIO Most Sweet jesus, Redeemer of the human race, look down upon us, humbly prostrate before Thy Altar. We are Thine and Thine we wish to beg but to be more surely united with Thee, behold each one of us freely consecrates herself today to Thy Most Sacred Heart. Many indeed have never known Thee, many too, despising Thy precepts, have rejected Thee, have mercy on them all, most merciful jesus, and draw them to Thy Sacred Heart. Be Thou King, O Lord, not only of the Faithful who have never forsaken Thee, but also of the prodigal children who have abandoned Thee, grant that they may quickly return to their Father's house, lest they die of wretchedness and hunger. Be Thou King of those who are deceived by erron- eous opinions, or whom discord keeps aloof, and call them back to the harbor of truth and unity of faith, so that soon there may be but one flock and one Shepherd. Be Thou King of all those who are still involved in the darkness of idolatry or of Islamism, and refuse not to draw them all into the light and kingdom of God. Turn Thine eyes of mercy toward the children of that race, once Thy chosen people. Of old they called down upon themselves the Blood of the Saviour, may it now descend upon them a laver of redemption and of life. 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N "1111111111111111111"1!g A ' ,1111 1 ,'f"1111,11, " ' 'WQ111 .. 11, ,,,,,,,.,,,., y1111,w N WH11111 11 " W1W11w11111 4: ' 1' 1 - 11-JW" 111111 """",1'111111111111 1 I w w w 11W,w?:11M 111, , N,-11111, W , .111111 U M H1111111 M 1 1,1,111,11,111 M11111!!! 111111! M ' ' "L W 111111 ,f N .111111111111,11,,M11 13.311 - 1 1 111z11 111 ADMINISTRATION REVEREND MOTHER ROSALIE HILL, L.H.D. . . . Honorary President MOTHER FRANCES DANZ, Ph.D ..... .... P resident MOTHER GENEVIEVE CLARKE, M.A. . . . . Vice-President MOTHER M. AIMEE ROSSI, Ph.D. . . . . . . Dean MOTHER SUZANNE DE LEON, A.B. . . . . Treasurer MOTHER MARIELLA BREMNER, Ph.D. . . Registrar IULIA G. ANDREWS Instructor in Art A.B., Northwestern Universityg M.A., Columbia Universityg Graduate study, Cornell University, University of Southern California, Sorbonne, and Harvard University OSCAR W. BAIRD Professor of Physics A.B., University of Wisconsin, M.A., University of California at Berkeley. P. BRUN O BRAGATO Instructor in Classical and Romance Languages Ph.D., University of Padua. T. MALCOLM BROWN Consultant in Secondary Education B.S., University of Minnesotag M.A., University of California at Berkeley. MOTHER MARIELLA BREMNER Professor of French and Psychology A.B., Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heartg M.A., Ph.D., Loyola University, Chicago. MOTHER SUSAN CAMPBELL Assistant Professor of English A.B., Duchesne College, Omahag M.A., Ph.D., Stanford University. MOTHER GENEVIEVE CLARKE Director of Library A.B., M.A., Loyola University, Chicagog Certificate of Librarianship, Loyola University, Chicago. MAY A. CLARKE Reference Librarian A.B., University of Munich, Certificate in Neo-Philology, University of Munich. MOTHER FRANCES DANZ, R.N. Professor df Microbiology Diploma, Providence School of Nursing, Seattleg B.S. in Nursing Educa- tion, San Francisco College for Womeng Ph.D., Stanford University. FLORENCE M. FARRELL Supervisor of Elementary Teaching A.B., San Diego State Collegeg Graduate study, San Diego State College. BETTY 1. FELLOWS Instructor in Physical Education A.B., Iowa State Teachers Collegeg graduate study at University of Colo- rado. MOTHER BERNICE FARRENS Associate Professor of Biological Science A.B., Linfield College, Oregon, M.A., Ph.D., Stanford University. MOTHER SALLY FURAY Assistant Professor of English A.B., Duchesne College, Omaha, M.A., San Francisco College for Women, Ph.D., Stanford University. MARY WEIGAND FUSCO Instructor in English A.B., College of Mount St. Joseph on-the-Ohio, M.A., Xavier University. MOTHER MARGARET GUEST Assistant Professor of Education A.B., Seattle University, M.A., Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley. MILDRED CECELIA HAGAN Instructor in Physical Education B.S., M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University, Graduate study, Uni- versity of Southern California, University of California, Purdue Uni- versity. MARY I O HARSY Instructor in Philosophy A.B., Maryville College of the Sacred Heart, St. Louis, M.A., Marquette University. ROZETTA E. HILL Instructor in Art B.S., Cleveland School of Art, Western Reserve University, M.A., West- ern Reserve University. MOTHER LUCILLE KRAEMER Instructor in Music A.B., San Francisco College for Women, M.A., Stanford University. MOTHER IRENE LAWRENCE Assistant Professor in Social Sciences A.B., San Francisco College for Women, M.A., Ph.D., Stanford Uni- versity. RUDOLPH MARTIN LIPPERT Instructor in Astronomy A.B., Albright College, Reading, Penn., F.R.A.S., Fellow of Royal Astro- nomical Society of Great Britain, Fellow of British Interplanetary Society, Fellow of International Lunar Society. IOHN I. LYNCH Instructor in Mathematics A.B., St. Joseph's Seminary, New York, M.A., Fordham University, Ph.D., candidate, Fordham University. KATHRYN M. MARKEY Supervisor of Secondary Student Teaching A.B., University of California at Los Angeles, M.A., Claremont College. MOTHER CATHERINE McSHANE Professor of History A.B., Duchesne College, M.A., Loyola University, Chicago, Ph.D., Uni- versity of California at Berkeley. MOTHER AGNES MURPHY Associate Professor of Philosophy and History A.B., Barat College, Lake Forest, M.A., Loyola University, Chicago, Ph.D., Catholic University of America. DAVID N OLAN Instructor in Mathematics B.S., University of Buffalo, M.S., St. John's College, University of Cam- bridge, further graduate work, University of Cambridge, Kansas City Uni- versity, University of California at Los Angeles. DAVID N YVALL, IR. Choral Director and Instructor in Piano Studies at University of Washington, University of Minnesota, B.M., M.M., American Conservatory of Music, Chicago. 9 A KATHERINE PAPPAS Instructor in Speech and Theater Arts B.S., Northwestern University School of Speechg M.A., Northwestern University. MOTHER GERTRUDE PATCH Instructor in English A.B., M.A., San Francisco College for Womeng Ph.D., Stanford Uni- versity. EVA PERRY Librarian B.S., M.A., Loyola University, Chicagog Certificate in Librarianship, Uni- versity of Chicago. MOTHER MARGARET REDMAN Professor of History and Political Science A.B., San Francisco College for Womeng M.A., Ph.D., Stanford Uni- versity. MOTHER MARGARET REILLY Professor of Education and Psychology A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Loyola University, Chicagog Graduate study at the Illinois Institute of Juvenile Research. MAR-IORIE ROHFLEISCH Instructor in English A.B., Pomona Collegeg Graduate study, University of California, Mills College, San Diego State College. MOTHER M. AIMEE ROSSI Professor of Education A.B., M.A., Loyola University, Chicago, Ph.D., Stanford University. MOTHER ALICIA SARRE Professor of Romance Languages A.B., Barat College, Lake Forestg M.A., Marquette Universityg Ph.D., Stanford University. MOTHER AGNES SCHMIT Professor of Chemistry A.B., University of South Dakotag M.S,, St. Louis, University, Ph.D., Stan- ford University. KARENA SHIELDS Instructor in Social Sciences, Spanish B.S. in Education, San Jose State Collegeg A.B., University of Southern California, M.A., University of Mexico. HENDRIK IAN VAN DER WERE Choral Director Studied at the Conservatory of Utrecht, and at the University of Utrecht. HANS NORDEWIN FREIHERR VON KOERBER Professor of Asiatic Studies, German Graduate of University of Berling Graduate studies, Universities of Bonn, Marburg, and Cambridge: Ph.D., University of Marburg. MOTHER SUSANNE WILSON Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Assistant Librarian A.B., San Francisco College for Womeng M.A., Ph.D., Stanford Uni- versity. ASSISTANTS MRS. MICHAEL HERRILL .......... Secretary to the President IDA L. MERCADO . . . ...... Assistant in Physical Education Two graduate nurses in residence f 3006 3 ' Q -.A 'hues' liii 1 l Mrs. and Mr. David Nyvall, Jr. Mr. Nyvall directing the chorus for THE GOLDEN JUBILEE, 1957. l42 Mr. Nyvall in his studio at the College. IN MEM ORIAM Mr. Nyvall has left us beautiful memories. He was our devoted friend, and here he found inspiration from the example of the Re- ligious and in the serenity of Godls presence. He could have suc- ceeded in several arts, but music was the one he loved. His work at De Paul University and in the Chicago public schools was notable. The concerts he gave on tours and in Chicago were considered outstanding examples of what can be done in the musical education of children. The man himself was greater than his work. Although he honored God, was devoted to Family and friends, and was enraptured by beauty, he felt the call of something beyond the horizon. Like Bloy, Chesterton and Maritain, he was a pilgrim of the Absolute. Very simply he followed the light and came face to face with Him who draws all things unto Himself. Cor ad Cor loquitur. Adams, Patsy ..,... ........... 7 4, 110 Aggeler, Maureen ...,.... 49, 50, 58, 96, 118 Alclrete, Malu ..... ............ 6 0, 74 Alpago, Joan ................ ....... 7 4 Alvarado, Michael ......... .... 1 33 Anderson, Emma L. ........... ..... 6 2 Andrews, Mrs. Frederick A. .... .... 1 03 d'Angelo, Larry ............ ........ 1 32 Antoniak, Marguarita ........,........ 50 Araiza, Margaret ........ Arant, Susan ..,. 62, 65, 67 Archer, John ............ ......62,113,98 ,99,121,122,125 .............15o Bahan, Mary .......,... .... 7 4, 110 Baird, Mr. Oscar W. ..,. ...,. 1 41 Baker, Noney ..... ,,... . . ..... 74 Nangassaer, Margaret .,.. .126, 128 Barker, Karen ........ .......... . 74 Barnes, Eleanor ..... ...74, 109, 126 Barran, Edward .... . ............. 133 Barrile, Mickey ...,....,.....,.,.,.... 75 Barton, Marcie ....... . . . . Basile, Catherine CKatej.. .13, 46, 88, 92, Bassarab, Barbara ...... . Beasley, Karen ..... Becerra, Gloria .. Beck, Irma ..... . . Beck, Janet ....... . . Benjamin, Varian ......... Benson, Catherine .....75,109,110 9L 118,135 .........50,105 ............62 134 .........50,130 ...so,s4,13o,99 ..14,90,132,135 Bergin, Rt. Rev. Msgr. W. A. ............ 10 Betz, Peggy ........................... 75 Blaeser, Georgie .... .... 7 5, 128, 134 Blaisdell, Dick . . . .............. . 132 Blair, Carol ..... ................. 5 0 Boccaccio, Anna .............. ..... 7 5, 85 Bocchino, Angela ...... 51, 55, 96, 106, 120, 123, 126 Bonelli, Judy ... .... 61, 62, 113, 130, 132 Bonner, Mary ......................... 51 Bosselet,Barbara ......,................ 63 Bradcliffe, Barbara Brady, Jill ........... 64, Rogers .......... . . . .96 12l,122,123,126 Bragato, Mr. Bruno .................... 46 Breen, Molly ..................... 63, 106 Bremner, Judith ........... ....... 7 5 Bremner, Mother Mariella ..... ..... 9 1 Brennan, Patricia .......... ....... 6 3 Brewer, Sharon . .. .............., 63, 126 Brown, Lois ....,..................... 63 Browne, Gayla ......' ,..............,.. 9 9 Buddy, Most Reverend Charles F.. . . 10, 115, 116, 11s, 119 Burns, Caryl ...,,................. 75, 109 Cahill, Elizabeth ......... .... 7 6, 98, 106 Campbell, Mother Susan .... . . t .... 61, 90 Carmona, Margott ....,................ 75 Cash, Mary Kathleen, R.N. .,........ ,... 1 5 Cassell, Mrs. Stanley G. .......,......... 71 Cassell, Sandra . .6l, 62, 67, Cederberg, Barry Cook .... 71,12o,123,13o ..61,64,67,12l 122, 123 Chapman, Anita ...... ..... ....... 6 4 Chrisman, Caroline ..... ...... 5 0, 135 Christensen, Eleanor ..... ........... 1 10 Christian, Valerie ............... 69, 76, 104 Clarke, Mother Genevieve ....,.......... 47 Clarke, Miss May .......... ........ 1 41 Clifford, Mickey ......... ..., 6 4, 106 I DEX Collins, Domini ........ Condon, Genevieve ...... 51, 9 52,54,90,119,130 1,92,93,10L Gatton, Donna .... Gengler, Lynn . . . Gennette, Linda ..... Gennette, Simone ......vs ....78,109 .........104 .....49,54,9o Gerhart, Gretchen. .. ..... 54, 130 Gilb, Carole ........ . .......... 63 Gillson, Margaret .... .... 7 8, 85, 135 Gilmore, Don .... Gisler, Barbara . . . Golden, Martha . . . Gorolla, Mike ......... ..........122 ...77,78,126,128 ............122 119, 135 Connelly, Mary Jane ................ 76, 81 Cooper, John .......... ...... 1 22 Copithorne, Margaret .... . . .76, 120 Corona, Marie ........ .... . 76 Cota, Gloria ........ .... . 52 Crane, Elaine ........ ......... 7 6, 126 Cronin, Reverend C. .... ............. 1 15 Crowe, Patricia ............ 16, 98, 106, 119 Cudney, Adele ................,....... 76 Cullen, Irene ....... 60, 64, 77, 98, 126, 130 Cunyus, Ouida .................... 76, 109 Curran, Mickie ........................ 51 D'Agostino, Margaret . . . .... 76, 113 Dannies, Carolee ...... .... 7 6, 104 Danz, Mother Frances . . . .... .118 Dean, Henrietta ....... ..... 5 2 Desideri, Dolores . . . . . . . .76 Devon, Michael . .. . . . 130 Di Prima, Grace ..... ...... 7 7 Ditzen, Terry ..... Dolan, Anita .... Dolan, Molly ............. Duff Sandra ......... .....17,91 .....64,9a , ............,.... 65 Dugan, Mary Dee ..... 60, 65, 91, 92, 97, 109 Dwerlkotte, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. ........ 133 .......100,127 Eagan, Angie ..........,........... 77, 94 Egan, Rev. Thomas ..... ..... 1 55 Elegino, Janet .....,. .... 6 5, 104 Elliott, Jay ....... . ...... 129 Emerson, Anne .... ....... 7 7 128 Epp, Marvine .... .... 7 1, 77, 134 Espana, Elisa .... ........ . 77 Evans, Lucy .... 52, 106 Evenson, John . . . . . . 129 Faherty, Eileen ............. ...... Falk, Teresa Ann fTerryJ .... . . 60,65 .18,90,93 Fanning, Joanne, R.N. ..... ........ 5 3 Farrar, Charlene ....... ...... 5 3 Farrell, Mrs. Ray H. .... . . . 141 Farrens, Mother B. ..... .... 1 09 Fauntleroy, Elizabeth . . . . . . . .53 Faust, Elinor ................... ..... 3 8 Fellows, Mrs. Leonard B. ............... 95 Felter, Capt. and Mrs. John, U.S.N. ...... 133 Figueredo,Dr. Anita .................... 56 Fiorino, Martha .... 65, 91, 95, 98, 100, 126 Fiorino, Mary. ,65, 91, 97, 98, 100, 111, 126 Fleming, Carol ........................ 77 Flynn, Patricia ........................ 53 Flynn, Rita ............ .......... 9 9 Fok-Tung, Claire ............... 66, 97, 104 Foley, Maurita fMickeyJ ............ 20, 46 104 Foote, Sharon ................,.... 77, Forristal, Rt. Rev. Msgr. Laurence ........ 10 Fountain, Celia ........ 11, 19, 109, 110, 135 Francis, Betty ......................... 96 Furay, Mother S. ................... 73, 112 Fusco, Mrs. Mary W. .... ....,. 1 41 Gayne, Cecile ........ .... 5 4 Gallaher, Maureen .... .... 7 8 Gannon, Patricia .... ............. 5 4 Garvey, Mary Lou ..... ............... 7 8 Gary, Linda ......... .... 6 0, 66, 121, 122 Greeley, Sharon ........... ..... 7 8 Griesgraber, Judith Ann .... ..... 7 8 Grote, Lani .............. ..... 6 5 Gruby, Rosemarie ,..... ..... 5 6 Guest, Mother M. .... ..... 4 6 Gurdin, Julie ..... ..... 7 8 Gutierrez, Irene ......,.......... ..... 5 5 von Habsburg-Lorraine, Charlotte ........ 79 Hagan, Miss Mildred C. ................ 95 Haig, Karen ............... 66, 91, 110, 111 Hall, Barbara ......................... 79 Halla, Janet ......... ...... ' .... 7 9, 87 Harsy, Miss Mary Jo .... ...... 1 41 Hartman, Diane ...... . . .79, 86 Haynes, Danna .,...... ....... 7 9, 87 Hawtree, Mr. Wally .................... 91 Hays, Mary Ellen ............. 66, 122, 130 Hayward, Linda .................... 66, 92 Head, Diane. .67, 99, 121, 122, 123, 126, 130 Heney, Barbara ....,.............. 118, 127 Hicks, Jean ..................... 11, 22, 46 Hill, Mrs. Myron ..................... 102 Hill, Reverend Mother Rosalie, S.V. ...... 47 Hiltsley, Sharon ................... 67, 135 Hoffman, Patricia ................,..., 79 Horcasitas, Maria Luisa. . . .... 67, 79, 126 Horrigan, Patricia ...... .......... 7 9 Huber, Don ......... ....... 1 33 Hull, Mrs. E. P. .... .... 1 32 Idiart, Loyola .............,........ 67, 69 Isenberg, Mary Anne ,...... 67, 80, 128, 131 Ishino, Isabel ......., Jimenez, Eleanor ........ Jimenez, C., Susana. . . . . . ..............134 ....H..67,69,71 11,21,92,97,l2Q 133, 135 Jones, Rosemary ................... 67, 107 Jordan, Barbara ....., 67, 121, 122, 123, 126 Jurika, Lillian ..................,..... 91 Karcher, Anne .... Kellogg, A. G. ...... . Kelly, Margarette .... Kennedy, Mrs. John ..... .....80 ....130 .....91 .....93 Kennedy, Phyllis ..... ..... 2 3 Kennedy, Sofia ......... ..... 8 0 Kennedy, Therese Ann .................. 24 Kish, Al ......................,..... 131 Kolar, Mr. Henry ................,.... 113 Korander, Elizabeth ....... 68, 113, 121, Kost, Ralph .......... 12L 123, 135 Kraemer, Angel .... 9, 25, 92, 93, 97, 98, 109, 118,125,126,133,135 Kraemer, Mother L. ................... 141 Kraemer, Sandra ................... 80, 87 Krejsa, Joanne. .9, 54, 112, 113, 126, 135, 141 Kupilik, Carol .............. .60, 67, 68, 71 I-43 Lambert, Ann ...... Lambin, Mere M.. . . .......s5,13o,135 .115 Langdon, Patricia ....... 73, 77, 80, 134, 135 Lange, Marie ...,.. ................. 6 8 Lanphier, Rev. Leo ..... .... 1 07 Lawrence, Mother I. .... ....... 1 0 Lawson, Joyce ....... . ......... 80 Leal, Nancy ........,......,....... 55, 126 Lean, Margaret ......,...... ..,,... 5 5, 130 Lemke, Karene. .56, 88 92, 94, 101, 107, 135 de Leon, Mother S. ..................... 47 Lim, Gloria ......,........ ..,,.. s 0, 107 Lippert, Mr. Rudolph .... ....... 1 41 Livingston, Sheila ..... Llanos, Jeanne ..... Loosen, Patricia ..... Lopez, Pola ......,. Lo Piccolo, Madelyn. Lorch, Mrs. Helen ..... Lorentz, Patricia ..... 126, H..56,96,104 ............56 ...80,133,106 ....80,107,l26 ....45,125 ..........s1 Loubat, Sandra .,...... .... 7 3, 81, 87 Luque, Mary Louise ..... ..... 2 7, 109 Lynch, Colleen ...,... Lynch, Mr. John J.. . . . Mahan, Patricia . . . Mahan, Suzanne ...... Mahedy, Mary .......... Majchrowicz, Barbara .... .......56 ....141 ....69,126 ..,....56 .....56 .......81 Malanga, Rosemary ..... ......... 5 7 Manning, Lynn ...... Mansir, Rachael ...... Markey, Kathryn M.. . . Martin, Mary ....,. Martinez, Marcette . , . ....81,130 .......81 .....46 ....s1,s6 .....s1 Matthews, Michaele ..,. .... 8 2 McCabe, Patricia ....... .... 6 8 McCarthy, Matthew .... .... 9 4 McCarthy, Patricia . . . . . . .68 McCreary, Mary . . . ..... . .82 McDonagh, Jean . . . ....... . .39 McGowan, Ann ....... .... 6 7, 68, 95 McGrath, Charles ...... ......... 1 33 McGrath, Mary Ellen ...., .... 8 2, 94, 133 McMahan, Patsy ....... ...... 8 2, 128 McShane, Mother C.. ... .... 11,111 Murray, Francine .... .... 8 3 107 Naidl, Janet ..... ....... 5 7, 110 Naidl, Rowena ................ 33, 110, 135 Nolan, Mr. David ..................... 141 Nyvall, Mr. and Mrs. David, Jr. ....... 142 O'Brien, Sheila ............. 49, 57, 97, 135 O'Connor, Carol June .............. 83, 128 O'Connor, Marcy ........ 60, 65, 69, 98, 122, 125,126 Odom, Helen .... .. . O'Driscoll, Janie .... O'Hara, Joyce ...... Ohlfs, Mary Ellen .... o'Nei11, Jim ...... Owens, Noel ...... Padberg, Mary Joan ...... Pappas, Miss Katherine .... Patch, Mother G. ...... . Patterson, Ruth Ann ..... .. Peck, Jean ..,......... .... Perkins, Carolita ..... .... Perlowski, Karen .... . . Peterson, Judy ......... ..... Piazza, Tony ............... Pinckert, Sandra .... 49, 58, 9 5,118,126,135 Prendergast, Sheila ......... 70 ........83 ....46, 57 .....67,69 ........91 .........121 ....72,83,125 ....10,57,l1O ....l07,141 .. ,..... 69,97 ...........91 .6o,69,91,9s ..........134 U..79,83,87 ......120,123 Proctor, Patricia ....................... 30 Pryor, Jolene ..... ........ 9 9 Pugh, Emily ..... .... 7 0, 71 Qualiato, Marlene . . . ..... . .83 Quigley, Colleen .... ........ . 84 Quinn, Elizabeth ..... ...73, 84, 109 Quirk, Patricia .... ........ . 70 Ramirez, Carmen .... ......... 1 34 Randell, Charlene ...... ..., 6 5, 70, 122 Redman, Mother M. .... ........ 1 09 Reemelin, Karen ...., .... 4 6, 84, 110 Reid, Miss Elizabeth ..,.... ........ . 93 Rhiel, Susan ................ ....,. . 84 Rice, Rt. Rev, Msgr. G.M. ............ .10 Riley, Ellin ............... ,......... . 84 Simpson, Madonna. . . Slaven, Mrs. Frank H. Smith, Barbara, R.N.. . . Smith, Sharon ...... Solomon, Pauline . ,. Sorcabal, Cecile . . . Soto, Hugo .......,. Souza, Claire . ......... . Spalding, Mary Louise ..... Spring, Patricia .......... Springer, Paul ...... Stanker, Genie ..... Stevenson, Debi . . . Stoflet, Myrna . . . Subert, Joan ...... Succetti, Donna ..... Sweeting, Adrienne . . Tamulonis, Barbara . . Tappe, Jeannette .... Taro, Dorothy ...... Throp, Judith ........ 6o,67,7o,122 ...........91 ........ss,ss ......1o .....3s ..,.....ss .........125 ........ss,s7 ....34,90,94 ......7o,94 .......133 .....ss, 134 ........ss ......as ....7o ....s9 ....ss ....59 . ........ 86 ....85,87,110 Tiernan, Mary Jane. . .60, 67, 70, 71, 88, 92, 97, 130, 135 Tiffany, Monnie .... .............. 8 6, 130 Tilker, Doreen ...... ..... 8 6, 107 Tipsword, Charmain . Tony, Bill .......... Torano, Antoinette Toussac, John ....... Trease, Charles . .. Turley, Judith ...... Vacquier, Mrs. T.. . . . Van Boon, Basil. . . Vanier, Annette ..,.. Vella, Freda ............... Ver Halen, Christine. ,.,...86 ...130 ....36 ...130 ...106 ....86 ...141 ...130 ....71 V0g1,Judy .,........... 77,s6,s7,12s,13o Von Bargen, Deanna ........ Von Koerber, Baron Hans Nordewin Freiherr 141 Wachowiak, Dan .... Walch, Mrs. Henry A. Webb, Dave ......... .......71,111 ...106 ..........109 ..........130 McVey, Sandra ....... Megow, Mary Ann ...... Melendez, Alicia . .. Mercado, Mrs. Manuel V. ........ 29, 95, 133 Mercado, Mr. Manuel V. ...... . Merino, Cecilia ........ 11 Metcalfe, Mary ..... ...... 7 3, 82, 85, 104 Meulmester, Mary .... Meyerkamp, Sharon ..... Mitchell, Patricia Moloney, Sharon . . . Monahan, Jim ..... Monahan, Susan ..... Mondavi, Siena ...... Moreno, Josefinia .... Moreno, Martha ........ Mulcahy, Patricia Mullen, Glory. .67, 69, 92, Mullen, Mary .......... Murphy, Murphy Murphy Murphy? Murphy l 44 s Mother A. .... . 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Santos, Paulette . . , Sarre, Mother A. ..,. . ....44,120,123 ....s1,s4,11o .. ....s4, ss .......70,71 Sarre, Laura ........... .... 8 3, 85, 98, 111 Scheibel, Mary Dell ............... ..... 7 0 Schmit, Mother A. .................... 110 Seabrook, Kathrine ...... 9, 32, 46, 118, 119, Searl, Mimi ...... Sease, Gene ........... Seidel, Victoria .......... Shields, Mrs. Karena .... 126, 135 ........7o ....ss,113 ......9o Weismantel, Frances ............... 87, 110 West, Marcia ....... 61, 67, 71, 105, 130, 135 Wetherald, Evan ..................... 125 Whalen, Claire .... 9, 56, 59, 92, 97, 92, 118, 126, 135 Wierer, Alexandra .............,....... 59 Williamson, Lindy ..... ..... 8 7, 109 Wilmer, Elizabeth .... .... 8 5, 87, 133 Wilper, John ..... ......... 1 25 Wilson, Anne ........... .... 6 0, 71 Wilson, Mother S. ........ ..... 1 41 Wiltzius, Miss Henriette ..... . . .141 Woods, Ellen ................ .... 5 9 Wright, Evelyn Jean, R.N. ..,. .... 4 3 Yagues, Gloria .......... .... 8 7 Young, Marty .... ............ 1 29 Yoder, Rita ..... ............... 8 7 Young, Patricia ........... 87, 126, 128, 134 Zolezzi, Amelia CMimiJ ....... 9, 42, 92, 94, 126, 135 Zumstein, Hank . . . . . ...... . . .130 W1 Y i -, - -7, 5 ,gg, ,,,,l if 1 W Y ,Y ii W -'-- Y4f-f - if 1+-1 , .-, Y Y--4'S.,fg, H, :,.. -eval Y , , -- -1 ' Y J.. 3:f"ff-Jfi Y - - : T ,W .Y ,I ,.a.. 1 -rf--6: Y , f'- -, -fYf,C. 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