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Extending the Mission of Mount Saint Joseph Academy and College into the 21st Century

Class of ’51

Class of ’46 Class of ’61

Class of ’60

Class of ’56

Mount Saint JosephAcademy and College Photos were taken on Alumnae Weekend May 19-21, 2006, at Mount Saint Joseph. See identifications on back page.

Class of ’66

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Meet the New Alumnae Officers Thoughts from the president Dear Alumnae, Have you ever noticed when you tell someone that you went to a convent boarding school, the look of surprise and curiosity you get? Not very many people have had that experience. For a long time, I tended to look at the negative aspects of it: my homesickness and no boys. In recent years I’ve had the pleasure of reacquainting myself with the Mount and some of the wonderful women who are and were the sisters who cared for me back then, and to see them in the light of adulthood rather than through those adolescent eyes. It’s taken me too long to realize how much they gave me. Really, their lives. The values they instilled in us have carried us through a lifetime. As a student at Mount Saint Joseph Academy, I Incoming and outgoing officers posed following the received the best education and the encouragement elections at Mount Saint Joseph Academy and College and time to stay focused. Good friends surrounded Alumnae Weekend May 19-21. Pictured are, left to me. What beautiful grounds to see every day! What right, incoming president Betty Reardon Greaves A’66, great food to eat every day! Most of all, what good outgoing president Betty Cecil Medley A’81 (back), sisters who provided all of this to us. I don’t know a outgoing secretary-treasurer Phyllis Thomas Troutman lot of English lit quotes but one of my favorites goes A’63 (front), incoming president-elect Nancy Mills something like this (think T. S. Eliot): “We will return Jones A’72, and incoming secretary-treasurer Mary to the place we started and know it for the first time.” I am so enjoying getting to know the Mount again. Ford Vuncannon A’55. Our reunion in May was a great time of getting to know the Mount again and of reconnecting with old friends and seeing where their lives have taken them. The fact that God put us at MSJ means we have gifts which we have as a group decided to share. We talked at our business meeting about what goals as a group we have. It’s not too soon to look at where we are with those goals. You may have signed up to be on a committee. If you did, I encourage you to contact your chairperson and see what needs to be done. If you don’t remember who that is, you can contact Marian Bennett or Sister Marietta. I hope you all are having a wonderful summer and bearing up well under the heat. Please contact me if you have ideas or suggestions for how we can make the Alumnae Association what you want it to be. A 2006 alumnae weekend planning session took Blessings and peace, place March 23 at Piccadilly restaurant in Louisville.

Attendees were, seated, left to right, Liz Ruckriegel Berger A’55, Susan Thomas Allgeier A’66, Betty Reardon Greaves A’66 and Dolores Biddle Lundy A’66. Standing is Marian Bennett, co-director of Ursuline Partnerships. New ^

is published twice a year by the Office of Ursuline Partnerships for alumnae of Mount Saint Joseph Academy and Junior College. Co-Directors of Ursuline Partnerships: Marian Bennett, OSUA • Sister Marietta Wethington, OSU Editor: Sister Ruth Gehres, OSU Graphic Design: Jennifer Kaminski 8001 Cummings Road, Maple Mount, KY 42356 Phone: 270-229-2006 • Fax: 270-229-4953 Website: www.ursulinesmsj.org E-mail: alumnae@maplemount.org

Betty Reardon Greaves A’66 Alumnae Association President

Here are some ways the Office of Ursuline Partnerships can be of service to you: Transcripts are available from MSJ Archives. Please send a written request (we need your signature) and a $5 check made out to Mount Saint Joseph for each transcript. Be sure to include your mailing address. Please allow two weeks. Send request to: ARCHIVES, Mount Saint Joseph, 8001 Cummings Road, Maple Mount, KY 42356. Prayer Network. Send your prayer requests to alumnae@maplemount.org. Many people around the world will be praying for your needs. Deceased Members. Please contact the office with the alumna’s first, maiden and/or married name, class year if you know it, and the date of passing. If you have a photo, we will print it if space allows. We appreciate your help!


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Award-winning Alumnae

Joan Sherron Hofman

Two Mount Saint Joseph alumnae receive Maple Leaf awards

Mary Lou Byrne Payne

Joan Sherron Hofman ’51 and Mary Lou Byrne Payne ’66 are the 2006 recipients of the Maple Leaf Award, recognizing alumnae of Mount Saint Joseph Academy for outstanding contributions to their local faith communities, civic communities, and/or Mount Saint Joseph. Joan, a native of McQuady, was recognized for her volunteer work for the elderly, for needy children, and in her neighborhood. A nurse and the wife of a now retired Notre Dame professor, Joan served as president of the Faculty Wives’ Club. She also organized an Investment Club for women wishing to learn how to manage their money wisely and has been involved in several reading clubs. Joan and her husband, Emil, have three sons. They live in South Bend, Indiana. Mary Lou, who lives in Knottsville, has been a member of the Owensboro Right to Life since it was organized in 1973. She has served as recording and corresponding secretary, was editor of the Right to Life newsletter for 20 years, and has traveled extensively in support of Right to Life endeavors. Mary Lou also has “adopted” an elderly lady at Carmel Home and has taken care of many of her needs for more than seven years. She and her husband, Darrell, have four children and seven grandchildren.

MSJ alums named Brescia Distinguished Alumni

On February 24, Brescia University honored the 2006 nominees to its Gallery of Distinguished Alumni with a reception in the lobby of the Administration Building. The 2006 class featured seven distinguished graduates, including two graduates of Mount Saint Joseph Academy: Marge Weaver Slack ’53 and Sister Dianna Ortiz ’77, an Ursuline Sister of Mount Saint Joseph. Marge Slack was educated by Ursuline sisters at Saint Anthony School and Mount Saint Joseph Academy and then graduated in 1957 from Brescia College with a degree in English. Marge and her husband Bob, a 1962 Brescia graduate and also a 2006 Distinguished Alumni honoree, have been very active in Brescia’s alumni affairs. Marge was a charter member and served for nine years on the president’s advisory council. Bob was phonathon chair and president of the Alumni Association. Sister Dianna graduated from Brescia in 1983 with a degree in elementary education. In 1987 she went to Guatemala as a missionary to teach Mayan children in the highlands of that country. Despite death threats, she remained in the country to teach the children. On November 2, 1989, she was abducted and tortured by members of the Guatemalan security forces. Her book, The Blindfold’s Eyes: My Journey from Torture to Truth, details the shattering effects of torture on her life and her commitment to work in support of all who have survived this crime against humanity. Sister Dianna is a co-founder and director of The Torture Abolition and Survivors Support Coalition International (TASSC), based in Washington, D.C. n

Marge Weaver Slack

Sister Dianna Ortiz


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“Than for all smiles

Jeannie Bickett Calhoun, Sister Grace Simpson, Janet Hayden Griffin, Sister Lois Lindle, and Peggy Rumage Clark join their former teacher, Sister Lennora Carrico, for lunch on Saturday, May 20.

The oldest alum, Sister Agnes Catherine Williams A’23, 101, posed with the youngest alum at the reunion, Betty Cecil Medley A’81. Betty was celebrating her 25th class reunion.

Sister Cheryl C enjoys playing t during the even

Sister Pauletta McCarty A’39, center, posed with her brother, Mike McCarty A’44, and his wife, Theresa Rose Hagman McCarty A’46. Reuniting from the Class of ’56 were Jeannie Bickett Calhoun, Sister Grace Simpson, Eleanor Clements Clark, Sister Rosemary Keough, Peggy Rumage Clark, Joyce Weikel Grady, Janet Hayden Griffin, and Sister Lois Lindle.

“Thanks for everyone’s hard work!”

Going to Friday prayer service are Nancy Wathen Blandford, Patty Settles Bueter, and Ann Carrico. All three graduated from the Academy in 1961.

“This was a very high quality experience!”

Dorothy Payne Krumpelman A’46 talks about old times with Sister Angela Matthews A’49.

The Saturday night banquet for alumnae drew a crowd. More than 100 alumni attended the reunion.

Sister Mary A catches up wit A’51 at the Fr

Among tho reunion we and Jeanni

Sister Mary Irene Cecil A’45 laughs with Henry Hodskins A’46. Right: Audrey Pierce Durbin A’39 was the next-to-oldest alum in attendance.


Weekend...“Thanks for the memories!”

Note: The quotes on this page came from 2006 alumnae evaluation forms

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Members of the Class of 1966 sat together on the porch of Saint Angela Hall during a class get-together on Saturday.

“Excellent!”

Clemons ’69 the organ ning liturgy.

Left: Martha Riney Kamuf A’61. Right: Former principal Sister Miriam Medley and Patty Settles Bueter A’61.

Shown stuffing folders for the alumnae reunion are Sister Rosalin Thieneman, Sister Miriam Medley, Sister Vickie Cravens, Marian Bennett and Sister Marietta Wethington.

Agnes VonderHaar A’52 th Joan Sherron Hofman riday evening reception. Sister Clarita Browning A’47 laughs with Martha Powers Taylor A’46.

“Thanks for a wonderful reunion!”

Peggy Rumage Clark ’56 was prepared for a little rain on Saturday. Right: Stephanie Warren’73 read at the alumnae mass. Father Andy Garner presided.

ose celebrating their 50-year ere Virginia Beavin Corley ie Bickett Calhoun.

Betty Rumage and Joan Walz, both from the class of 1949, reminisce about school days.

“The future looks promising!”

Joan Sherron Hofman A’51 and Stephanie Warren A’73 talk to speaker Sister Rose Marita O'Bryan A’60 after her presentation on The Contemporary Woman.


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Lost Alumnae If you have a current address for any of our Lost Alumnae, please notify us. If someone is deceased, we would like to know the date of death. We remember all deceased alumnae in prayer. Thanks to your help, we have ‘found’ several alumnae this year!!!

ACADEMY

1919 Audrey Wilkerson Ford Lucy Spalding O’Donnell 1920 Henrietta Baglan Harris Edna Newton Quinn 1921 Ben Payne Edith Driscoll Wortman 1922 Anna Evelyn Summerville Hazel 1924 Mary Buren Guidry Estelle Stroup Jones 1925 Lucetta Coats 1926 Elizabeth Cooper Sweeney Irene DeVydler Davis 1926 and C’1928 Eula Warren Martin 1927 Irene Nischon Schuemann 1928 Margaret Kunze Magenheimer 1930 Philomena Rechtin Lynch 1931 Dorothy Clark Hicks 1932 Avis Bitter Briedenbach 1933 Mary Catherine Trice Stryjak Lorraine Bivins Johnston Lorine Clark Gentry Alberta Dienes Beavin Mary Frances Rootz Frances Mary Eileen Butler Brumleve 1936 Elizabeth Edelen Borders Mary Frances Cotter Anderson Lucy Marie Abell Mary Wethington Phillips 1937 Kathleen Neel Kathryn Neely O’Connor 1938 Mary Ruth Brown Norris Mary Rita Stovall Stevens 1939 Adele Clements Margeneath Mary Edith Thompson Chase Frances Gowin Petersen 1940 Emily Ballard Chandler Margaret H. Schoeter Mary Feuquay Mary Elizabeth Fenwick Dauderman Dalphine Dublin Jarboe Mary Elizabeth Brown Wildman Carolyn Hamilton Felitsky Lurleen Jarboe 1941 Elizabeth May Robinson Bernice Malcom Dorman 1942 Marybelle Kennady 1943 Mildred Bumm Short Regina Mitchell Ramsey 1944 Martha Beaven Holland Mildred Mills Colantonio 1945 Catherine Belle Grimes 1946 Sara Delia Cunningham James W. Thompson 1947 Bonita Williamson Travis Mary Werner Blair 1948 Martine Stuart Greenwell Elizabeth Thompson Thomas 1949 Alberta Kuhn Balcartis Ann Wills 1950 Clara Crouch Lilly 1951 Ida Greer Lester Sybil Mattingly Magdalene McCarty 1952 Louise Pryor 1953 Lorena Erwin Peterson Ann Tichenor Weinstroer Mary Ann Essex Kinney 1954 Anna Laura Beavin Haycraft Alice Hayden 1956 Georgann Kroll Stuck Mary Roselyn Hayden Rappa 1957 Elizabeth Thompson Hayden Henrietta Ann Fulkerson Steiner Mary Ann Doherty Causey 1959 Mary Celeste Durbin Spalding 1960 Theresa Amelia Stallings Hester Lupitina Garza Madeline Churchill Elizabeth Henning Payne Mary Irene Lee O’Daniel 1961 Nene Garza Lupintina Judith Ann Arnold Payne 1962 Earlene Beavin Hart 1963 Martha Ann Williams Patton Kay Poat Brimm Sandra Rheinlaender 1964 Rebecca O’Brien Barger Brenda Abello

Claire St. Hille Beets Eva Elizabeth Head Unita Hayden Mary Harl Decker Sidney Edwards Cole Bernadine Dees Ellersick Susan Richeson Cain 1965 Carol Thompson Mattingly Mary Ann Higgins Janet Leake Livers Catherine Lynn Davis Carolyn Wiseman Rembold 1966 Dreama Eanes Gail Schmidt Mayer Frances Grant Melone Rosemary Cecil Tilus 1967 Florine Twigg Mary Sue Thompson Kathman Marilyn Simmons Schroeder Martha Ruiz Barbara Henderson Ivana Ferazzoli Eleanora Ferazzoli Barbara Bickett Posey 1968 Rocio Alvarez Garcia Luz Elena Ordonez Isabella Mosquera Maria Antonini Marta Cordova Linda Hood Peggy Leibfried Cummings Mary Lou Mattingly O’Brien Elsa Ruiz Carmen Ruiz Janice Coomes Devers 1969 Imelda Glenn Madison Yvonne Collins Phyllis Lord Griffin Mary Norris 1970 Lucy Marin Rebecca Stanton Aderhold Ana Maria Ruiz Lucy Quinonez Phyllis Newton Burnette Violet Elaine Jones Richards Mary Catherine Hobbs Blake Elaine Marie Hayden Robinson Carolyn Sue McCarty Howard Claudina Anido Carta Theresa Ann Carter Alley Laura Porto 1971 Anna Lemming Donna Jean Riney Habich Anita Staples Bailey Kathy Grossman Dixon Kathleen Keel Riester Donna Mattingly Coleman Laura Peters 1972 Susana Maria Trevino 1973 Regina Philomena Brockman Barbara Eileen Sullivan Basham Gail Patricia Westry 1974 Patricia Araya Bridget Rose Garcia Judy Moran Anna Wethington May Judy Louise Jaggers Stoke 1975 Alice Allen Odette Maria Rubinfield 1976 Victoria Lynn Saltsman Kathleen Marie Dick Jones Ingrid Antonia Maria Galloway Lori Ann Speck Catherine Ann Allard Brown Leslie Ann Dover 1977 Elizabeth Schlie Adella Maria Castillo Teresa Perez Lisa Jadoun Stroud Curtis 1978 Maria Carolina Briceno Jacqueline Grady Atwell Margaret Powers Mary Beth Linzmeyer Sandra Castillo Baez Martha Montemayor Margaret Frances Ford 1979 Helena Conly Wright Ana Clemen Stadthagen Mary Catherine Medley

Lynn Michelle Matsey Audcharachavee (Michelle) Masupap Busra Janekarnkit Marie Sylvie Denise Grenon 1980 Maria del Milagro Avilis Valliya Janekarnkit Carmen Dolores Zelaya Patricia Anne Linzmeyer 1981 Deidre Ann D’Amico Vera Flores Bonny Sue Bates Ann Marie DeMarco Diedre Ann Slaughter Engler Beth Ann Parsley Johnna Lynne Schwartz Whitmore 1982 Shelley (Eulonda Michelle) Medley Hunt Jill Hines Warren Louise Rom Henigman Maria Ellena Wood 1983 Ileana Margarita Peon Roche Dinorah Carolina Zamora Aquirre Christine Anne Flomerfelt Diane Sagitto Mary Michelle Guziewicz Angela Millicent Horn Maria Asuncion Morales Presa 1984 Gia Kostun Wendy Lenart Pitina Molina Mary Lee Hermann Annette Dasso 1985 Joan Ruesewald Paulina Chacon Martens Magdalene Gutierrez Theresa Flomerfelt Amy Cates Pilar Berny Kathy Alderson Jacqueline Paulson Maria Hayden Inman 1986 Christian Stevenson Edith Lorraine Wood Shannon Thompson Beatriz Molina Tonya Grace Jackie Caldwell Michelle Welsch

COLLEGE

1931 Mae Keith Warpenberg Mary Ruth Shockley Shiver Nancy Basham 1933 Pauline Calhoun Maness Jean Gropp VanMeter Genevieve Dorsey Slader Anna Louise Wethington Grant 1934 Alberta Wood Agnes Waters Brown 1935 Alice Carroll Margaret Rose Adkisson Nina Athalene Keelen Wynona Vanover Clara Evelyn Roberts King Marian Elizabeth Rodman Baird Fie Watson Chandler 1936 Edith Jodelle Brown Mary Bess Grabbe 1937 Dorothy Allin Keelen 1938 Mary Lucille Mattingly Osborne Shirley Janice Wood Angela Walsh 1939 Vera Durant Fritz Helen Easton Avildsen 1940 Rebecca Ruth Hines Carolyn Porter Ayer 1941 Virginia Mae Peninger Lazzaro Catherine Ruth Lewis Golden Hughes Terry Lois Harrison Farmer 1942 Margaret Ambrose Nellie Santiago Gonzalez Virginia Irene Rousseau Julia Lewis Easton Corine J. Jewett Mendoza Theresa M. Greenwell 1943 Jo Ann McMahon Garrigan Theresa Pearle Haynes Hassett Thomasine Ford Hesson 1944 Mary Ellen Stevenson Harrison


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Our Prayer Network Our E-Mail Prayer Network unites sisters, alumnae and associates in prayer. We encourage you to join! E-mail alumnae@maplemount.org. We have been asked to include the following persons in our prayers:

IN MEMORIAM • • •

Ann Thomas ’59, an Ursuline associate, died March 9 in Louisville. Survivors include a brother and three sisters. Linda Clark Winchell ’59 died March 8 in Hardinsburg. Her survivors include her husband, Charlie, three children and her sister, Barbara Clark Simon ’61. Frank Schadler Jr. ’48, died May 7. Survivors include his wife, Doris Mattingly Schadler ’49, daughters Laurie Schadler ’76, Jane Leach ’79, Suzann Millay ’81, Karla High ’84 and sisters Barbara Thompson ’50 and Theresa Wernert’54. Kristin Pickett Foulke ’76 died July 31 in Owensboro. She is survived by a son, a daughter, a brother and four sisters: Rosemary DeCoursey ’62, Ellen Pickett ’67, Karen DeSosa ’68 and Ann Marie Pickett ’66.

WE EXTEND OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO: • • • • • •

Marianna Willett Robinson ’60, whose husband, Larry, died February 26. Carol Scroggins Krampe ’60, whose mother, Irene Mary Scroggins, died March 4. Patricia Louise Ballard Nall ’62, whose mother, Martine Westerfield Ballard, died March 13. Claudia Greenwell Thurman ’61, whose granddaughter, Megan Mischelle Miller, died March 19. Great Aunt Carolyn Sue Cecil A’73, Great Aunt Imelda Warren Cecil A’72, Great Aunt Mary Lou Cecil Storm A’77, Great-Grandmother Easie Wathen Cecil, C’50 and Great-Great Aunt Sister Mary Irene Cecil A’45, whose grandson and nephew, Aidan Nicholas Cecil, died March 22. Patricia Clouse Fogle ’58; Martha Louise Clouse Young ’59; Carol Clouse Head ’67, Sharon Clouse Hayden ’70, and Rose Clouse Mauzy ’63, whose mother and aunt, Mary Christine Clouse, died June 15.

Alumnae Adventures MARY MARGARET DRURY ’66 received a special award on June 8 for 40 years of service to the Diocese of Owensboro. After a liturgy of thanksgiving celebrated by Bishop John J. McRaith, Mary Margaret received a beautiful plaque and a wish for 40 more years. During a surprise potluck dinner, the honoree entertained us with stories of her beginnings working for the diocese. A few days after her June 1966 graduation from the Academy, Mary Margaret received a call from typing teacher Sister Mary Charlotte Younker telling her that the Diocesan School Office needed a secretary. Because her only available transportation to Owensboro was with someone who went to work quite early, she had to wait two hours for her 9 a.m. interview with Diocesan School Superintendent Msgr. Raymond Hill. Already nervous, Mary Margaret was asked to type a letter with several carbon copies on an electric typewriter — a machine she had not Lost Alumnae continued encountered at the Mount. By 3 p.m. 1944 Clara L. Champagne Marcellais 1945 Mary Fulkerson she had finished the Mary Lillian Settles typing and delivered 1946 Loretta Long the letter and copies Nancy Lewis Cesarea Fernandez to Msgr. Hill. Instead Anna Beatrice Bottoms Daniel of what she expected Ruth Ann Riley Bryant 1947 Mary Elizabeth McGee Monaghan to hear — that he Edna Yancy Arnold would have to try Marie Krapf someone else for the 1948 Christeen Boyle Ruby Faulkner O’Bryan position — she heard Roberta Chavez Sewell him say, “I’ll see you Margaret Trujillo Chavez Hattie V. Sandefur on Monday.” 1950 Anthony Coomes So Mary Margaret Thomas Birkhead started working for Wanda Marie Thompson Davis Maria del Pilar Romero Casales the diocese, first in Forrest Bartlett the school office for Sarita Casas Bejarno Msgr. Hill and later

for Father Henry O’Bryan, and then for Msgr. Hancock in the business office. When Msgr. Hancock left to be a pastor, Mary Margaret stayed on as business office secretary, where she continues to work today. In addition to what’s listed in her job description, she is generous in taking on many other jobs and chores — things that the rest of us don’t see. Obviously she’s very worthy of recognition and appreciation. Contributed by Sister Joseph Angela Boone, OSU   TINA WEBER SMITH ’74 How the years have flown by and the Picnic has grown. I was a freshman at the Mount when the first Picnic was held. I believe it may have been Sept. 10, 1970. I remember it rained the night after the picnic. The next day we cleaned up the park, and everything was yucky and wet. Who would have guessed that the Picnic would still be going and growing larger every year! I was last at the Mount in 2004, for my 30th alumnae anniversary. I have so many fond memories of the Mount, and always remember that first Picnic when September rolls around. I pray for good weather and a successful Picnic. Thanks for reminding me of happy memories. SISTER BRENDA WILLETT ’51 I really regret that I was unable to attend alumni celebrations. This was 55 years for me and I would have loved to be there, but I was recuperating from an illness. I’m doing much better but not back to full strength yet. Please keep me in your prayers. SISTER GRACE SIMPSON ’56 What a great weekend at MSJ for my 50th anniversary!! Of the 29 classmates that graduated in 1956, 19 came to the reunion. I celebrated so hard and got very tired. Anyway, it was worth it to see my classmates and take part in so many meaningful activities ­– Mass, prayer services, times of sharing, walking together, visiting Sr. Lennora, our last living teacher, and eating!! Love and blessings, Grace


Photo Identifications from Front Page: Class of 1946 (60 year reunion) - Left to right, Geraldine Bickett Owdziej, Janisse Dockemeyer Warren, Agnes Warren Stuart, Mildred Payne Clark, Dorothy Payne Krumpelman, Martha Powers Taylor, Henry Hodskins, Theresa Rose Hagman McCarty. Not pictured but present at the reunion was Betty Emmick Allard. Class of 1951 (55 year reunion) - Left to right, Sister Ruth Gehres, Joan Sherron Hofman, Sister Helen Leo Ebelhar. Class of 1956 (50 year reunion) - Front row, l. to r., Janet Hayden Griffin, Jeannie Bickett Calhoun, Bonnie Payne Montgomery, Peggy Jo Murphy McCarthy. Second row, Patsy Thompson Clayton, Martha Johnson, Shelby Jean Hayden, Sister Lois Lindle. Third row, Sister Grace Simpson (far left) and Mary Edwina Fenwick Bivins (far right). Back row, Eleanor Clements Cooke, Joan Payne Barrow, Jo Ann Payne Hayden, Carolyn Faye Murphy Millay. Not pictured but present were Virginia Beavin Corley, Peggy Rumage Clark, Rose Mary Ballard Wathen, Sister Rosemary Keough, and Joyce Weikel Grady. Class of 1960 (46 year reunion) - In front, Marianna Willett Robinson and Sister Rose Marita O’Bryan. Back, Francil Riney Higdon and Carol Bickett Bell. Class of 1961 (45 year reunion) - Left to right, Betty Lindauer Lupfer, Mildred Ann Carrico, Patricia Settles Bueter. Not pictured but present were Cecilia Head Clouse, Martha Riney Kamuf, Nancy Wathen Blandford and Anna Sue Fulkerson Clements. Class of 1966 (40 year reunion) - Front row, l. to r., Anna Mattingly, Mary Margaret Spalding Turner, Betty Onley Pontarolo, Mary Margaret Drury, Elaine McCarty Glenn. Second row, Betty Reardon Greaves, Lynne Hayden Scott, Mary Lou Byrne Payne, Sister Suzanne Sims, Dolores Biddle Lundy. Third row, Phyllis Costello Bresnik, Sister Maureen O’Neill, Cecilia Robinette McEldowney, Susan Thomas Allgeier, Virginia Warren Biggs. Not pictured but present was Mary Rose Murphy Riney.

You are invited to a special

AlumnaeMemorialMass Saturday, October 7, 2006 ­‑ 10:30 a.m.

MountSaintJosephChapel This mass will be offered for deceased alumnae, faculty, parents and loved ones. You may send your prayer requests in care of the Mount Saint Joseph Alumnae Office or to alumnae@maplemount.org. Mass will be followed by a luncheon with the sisters. Please RSVP by Monday, September 25.

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