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Page 42 text:
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Flanked by narrators Margery Winkler and
Diane Rentasp Iewell Budrik, in glittering gold
cloth, portrays Mary, "The Queen ol the Uni-
Candle bearers Michaelene Pacione, Sylvia Birk
Theresa Palmissano, and Diana Le Compte pay
homage to "Our Lady of the Green Scapular
depicted by Ann Longtin.
"0UR TAINTED NATURE'S SGLITARY BOAST"
During the first week of October,
the senior Speech Class honored the
Virgin Mary with a tableau in honor
of the Immaculate Conception. Under
the direction of Sister Mary Eustella.
the stage was set in a spiritual glow
as some of the many apparitions of
Our Lady were re-enacted, While the
chorus rang out with the Well-known
"O Sanctissiman and "Immaculate
Paying tribute to "Our Lady of the Mirac-
ulous Medal," portrayed by Tina Scro, are
Dianne Pierce, Carol Dunlap, Beatrice Mc-
Govern, Iune Myers, Ianet Niederkorn, Roz-
anne Bertucci, Theresa Palmissano, Shelia
Wilson, Louise Brooks, and Grace Iozef.
Kneeling are Patricia Iones, Diana Le Comp-
te, Gerry Szczech, Sylvia Birk, Michaelene
Pacione, Maryann Calamia, Lea Bertuccioli,
Barbara Dunlap, and Delanne Burns.
Page 41 text:
FOR THE GLORY OF THE
"Christ is Christmas" is brought to students at
the start ot their holidays, by the annual Candle-
Lighting ceremonies and the presentation of a
"Christ-Child Cantata" by the entire senior class.
Such songs as "Holy Night, Peaceful Night", "Arise,
Shine", and "The Voice of Him That Crieth in The
VVHdernessH renders that night at Bethleheni near
First grader, Michael Schmidt pre-
sents Monsignor Hayes with a Christ-
mas spiritual bouquet from all the stu-
President ofthe Student Council, Michael
Laurie, lights the traditional candle dur-
ing Ccmdle-Lighting ceremony while Ann
Dolphin, vice-president, stands by hold-
ing a vigil-light.
A chorus of voices ring through the au-
ditorium as seniors sing hymns for the
"Christ-Child Cantata," presented for the
grade and high school.
Christ's birth as it took place in Beth-
lehem hundreds of years ago is portrayed
by Corbina Pecora as our Blessed Mother,
cmd Robert Theobald as Saint Ioseph.
Representing the angels are Anne Duray
and Barbara Desecki with Don Tuman and
Ken Cyzen as wisemen.
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The Cathedral Square is full of crepe paper, voices hoarse
and dull from shoutingg hands are rubbed raw from fierce
clapping and Weary candidates wait nervously for the final
results. This is election day at Mundelein.
When all the votes are tabulated, the triumphant quartet
is found to be: Michael Laurie, president, Ann Dolphin, vice-
presidentg Abraham Gomez, treasurer, and Diane Keating,
Surrounded by their hard-working committee, pa- Sporting paper hats and cardboard badges Abra-
per hats and pasteboard boxes, Royalites Anne Duray ham Gomez and Ann Dolphin give their final cam-
and Michael Laurie pause for a minute before con- paign promises before the school goes to the polls.
tinuing their final parade and giving their last minute
A jubilant crowd gives their favorite candidate a
rousing cheer and loud whoops before entering the
voting place to put their choices into office.
While loyal fans give rousing cheers in their behalf, Iune Myers and Carol Grundhoefer, the feminine
Diane Keating and Ierry Ryan describe their platform twosome in the presidential race, pledge their loyalty
to the interested spectators. and good intentions to a throng of well wishing com-
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