"Frontier Days" was the theme of the annual NFCCS Fall Fair. A western motif
dominated the week-end activities. The
affair was a huge financial success and an
equally enjoyable social event.
A gruesome twosome.
Pie in the sky.
'Glow little glow worm…
Miss Julie Meyer
Miss Connie Zahn
1960 Homecoming Queen
Miss Irene McGuire
Miss Maureen Leonard
Miss Betty O'Brien
Ambrosians demonstrated their ingenuity in making the 1960 Homecoming a success. Due to the
dropping of football, many gave the homecoming
up as a lost cause.
The affair proved an overwhelming success,
though, as stationary "floats" on campus…
Can you find the ball?
The second annual Mud Bowl game pitted the cross
campus rivals, Davis and East Halls. By a thrilling
13-7 score, East gained control of the coveted Mud
Miss Rosie Matthys reigned over the day's festivities. Her…
During the holiday season, the Chicago Club sponsored its annual Christmas party for the children at
St. Vincent's Home. The party, as always, was enjoyed by both the givers and the receivers. The yearbook salutes the…
The last weekend before Lent is always reserved for the Marycrest NFCCS Mardi Gras.
A fund raiser for the Crest, it is always a
fun raiser for Ambrosians.
Mr. Kelly's cheerleading nominee?
Looks posed, Huh?
Those big things are…
Someone sounds awful flat!!!
The last weekend before the
Christmas vacation, the students of Ambrose, Mercy and
Marycrest enjoyed the annual
Admission to the event was
any food donation which went
to the needy…
On March 19-22, the Ambrosians set aside
the routine of class work to turn their thoughts
to the yearly Retreat.
This year for the first time the seminarians
and lay students had separate retreats. Rev.
Daniel J. McCarthy SS. CC. conducted…