Academy of Notre Dame de Namur - Launfal Yearbook (Villanova, PA)

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vu 1 7... E ' 4, .. 1 Im' VOLUME FIVE Publlhd th at the ACADEMY OE INOTRE DAME DE NAMUR VILLANOVA PENNSYLVANIA S c by e SENIOR CLASS OF NINETEEN FORTY-NINE f BWWWW Q1 "1l""5"' W THE DEDICATION OF OUR LAUNFAL IS A FERVENT PRAYER THAT EVER IN OUR FUTURE LIVES WE MAY ABIDE TRUE, SINCERE, AND FAITHFUL FOLLOWERS OF OUR DIVINE SHEPHERD I Wi? Y Q37 . 'M"f'1f,'6'l5. '- ,Qzf'3'.ifI,QQ?' - WSL M, V, 73.lC' , ,. , ,M A Adil Y 2- '411'?f ' 'ff I , V. ,E ,i ,.,.V wif-,ti-5. , A , 4 , , - , ,M . I A 5 I. VV A ,Sw - Lf, ,I A . s A , - x 9 'S -Z cn , A A . 4? , 1 V: 9' ,' ,f "' Q' 4 , ,I A I - . , , J' w, A L - e ' .f ,. M lIN HHS IFUOTSTIEIPS XPECTANT HOPEFULN'E.SSl Such was our attltude as bravely 1f hesrtatmgly on that brrght September morn rn 1945 we entered our beautlful chapel to beg our Good Shepherd to strengthen the ldeals that had brought us to Notre Dame Our V1V1d lmagmatrons eagerly antrclpated the wonderful thrngs that awarted us Yet under the galety and excltement ran a current of serlous thought Wrth a sllent prayer on our l1PS and strong falth rn our hearts we stepped forward to meet the future Durrng these brlef four years we have strrven to take advantage of every opportunrty Notre Dame has offered us new and lastlng frrendshlps under standlng of our dutres and responsrbrlrtres apprecratron of the rewards of our quest for knowledge ln Muslc Art lrterature and all our subjects conv1ct1ons of the eternal values of our sp1r1tual herrtage The mental plctures we shall carry away of the unparalleled beauty of our campus of the gracrous l1v1ng learned at our Teas and Soclals of the art1st1c beauty of our pageants oper ettas and May Process1ons and of the gay relaxatron of our games w1ll be rnotrvatlng forces 1n keepmg us close to H1111 rn whose footsteps we have followed Now expectant hopefulness has grven place to calm assurance Confldent and grateful as we enter our beloved chapel for the closmg Blessmg of our happy schoolclays we whrsper our own prayer that has been on our l1ps on countless occasrons O God of players hear our prayer To play thus game and play nt an' To conquer wm but uf to lose Not to alnde not to abuse But w1tl1 understamimg start agam Gwe us thus strength O God Amen 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 if 1 1 1 1 1 1 ., , . 1 1 ' sang . .Q M V. ..- .K 15" ,, ,,,..-rf ,U " at ide ',"u-ak. 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I 7U'b 'WM FACULTY oUR years ago the slncere and cordxal welcome of our beloved SISCCIS m splred us w1th confidence and strengthened our purpose as we followed thelr gurdance along new pathways of lrfe Wlth graclous sol1c1tude they have tralned us to accept respons1b1l1t1es m both our work and our play and we who came to Notre Dame as ch1ldren are leavmg wrth a full sense of our dutles as Chrlstlan women We shall always remember gratefully the frrendlmess and art1st1c ab1l1ty of Mrss Frances Hess our tlreless DIICCKOI of Dramatrcs of Mrss Helen Klrsch who was ever eager to lmprove our athletrc attempts and of Mrss Patr1c1a Smxth who led us through the mazes of Hlstory and Engllsh When 1n the days to come llfe presents bewrlderrng problems and we w1th understandmg start agaln may all our dear teachers be assured of our appreclatron of thelr devotedness By shanng wrth us then: wlsdom thelr understandmg, and therr fortxtude they have been and ever wlll be l1v1ng examples to us of our Notre Dame prayer to play farr rf we lose to start agaln and always, to seek thls strength, O God, 1n thee' W" v.. fs ' 31' :E 5 V, -1555.4 . - 4 Y 9 ' v . fm 6 V pa 3, x N F . . . a 9 1 1 J 1 , . . . . H . . t . ,, . . . x ' 1 1 u - n. - u ' ul 1 x 1 1 u ' ' n CLASSES CLASS i Y V , 54 ' ,fl v . Lf' it i "f ,Q -. .gm , 25321 OFFICE' RS Pu Xu. X1 mu XXX-OUDILIN X'1.rPr.w1.1u11I FIIIN RIILVIRI Nn,M'I.IVX Dm mmm BRAIJI I x T!-VL',IXIlYL'Y E111 I rx Scnxrlm sz UF 1952 Q '-'Q-N Knfcling: N. Meister, F. Milione, Yeager, S, Tallman. Sttmlil row: E. Biegert, M. Murphy' M, Sexton, E. Schneiderul. Cushion, T. Maurer, D. Bradley, M. O'Neill, L. Mellon, First Nlifl M. Woodring, O,Brien, C. McCabe, M. Valta, M. Waldo, M. Sweeney IDE'EYED we approached the gates of the Academy last September. The warm welcome of the Faculty and the cheeriness of our "big sisters" soon dissipated our bewilderment, and we emerged courageously from the haze of Freshman Day, accepted members of the Notre Dame family. As true children We were heard as Well as seen in every corner. VVe enjoyed our part in the operetta, "The Uutlaw King." VVe tried valiantly, though unsuccessfully this year, to win the Athletic plaque. But perhaps the dearest memory we shall have of our First year is the friendships we have formed which will endure, we hope, through life. VVe shall miss you, "big sisters," next year, but we promise to try to imitate your dignity and your gracious spirit during our years at Notre Dame. wi OFFICERS Prcsitlcnt PATRICIA Cusick Viccfprcsiilrnt VIRGINIA REGAN Secretary DOROTHY JORDAN Cfrcasurrr CONSTANCE CAPPEIIO CLASS UF V951 OPHOMORE trials were limited this year to angles and circles and conjugations. Sparkling October days enticed us to the hockey held, where our efforts were rewarded when, defeating the Seniors, we became school champions in held hockey. Again at Christmas we were awarded another prize, for having the most artistically decorated classroom. Midyear exams, however, almost defeated us, but we revived in time to enjoy the Fashion Show and Tea and to prepare for the Musicale. Lent was our "hobby seasonn when many fasci- nating booklets recounted not only our skill in cooking and sewing but also our perseverance. Then we turned our literary talent to the preparation of an original skit for our Vocation Month Assembly. Do you remember the gracious smile of Sister Sheila? The final examination schedule now announces the end. VVhile we regret leaving our secondfyear suite, We know that we shall be eager to return in September for our third year in Notre Dame. U21 lil " 'Wi Nix 2 r U A ,, . -'vvvxSA l ' 'Q -'M "' 5 ' ' , , 4-5- 1 ny., 'vv ' f I ' - ' A-'N 5 5 y .- ' N- ' ' " 'B 1 ' I I , . ' ' nw Q lm . Q MM B ,- - M ,. - .-. 1 A 1 -. ,Jr E gms N rv.. l ---k 4 W K " , , ,f--,-..- - 4 51c"iHA q -a -- 1- -"f""l'w Q' ,-, i nv" x L, fl, Wo? ,fy - - .4-x-fudlr' V if . 5 .Q , J v' - ' -- L ' Y , 5 gp A w 4 Xin . :.,s fi J Y 1 ' 'ar' F5 ' It ist, H X :,, . 1 Axim 5 - 3 W A I z A ,J f '4 2 ' L V r f , fl X . x ' A A A - A P - ,,, 1, 9 PY v . , QW, ' J f . 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A . . - mf A' 4' Mk ,I A: , Quai-uh-Q' f .X-ox' 'A WW Q OFFICERS Prrsiilcnt MARGARET Joann Vicc'Prc5iJrnt ARLENE WOSNACK Srtrctary PATRICIA CUNNINGHALI Tmzsurcr HELEN SEERY CLASS CUHF 1950 UN1oR jorsl Our third year has passed like a gay panorama. September and a new school year awakened us to the honor of being upperclassmen, but our newffound dignity carried with it responsibilities. We were enthusiastic in our first task as editors of the Gates. Never before had editions rolled from the press so rapidly. joyous triumph! our athletic prowess brought us to a long awaited goal, we were the leaders in our October Field Day! Forsaking the frivolous, the serenity of spiritual joy led us from our Retreat with higher ideals and firmer resolutions. In a gay mood, we have been Dutch girls and even windmills in The Little Old Mill at the Song Contest. We have discovered among us not only future Bernhardts as we prepared for the Outlaw King, but also budding scientists as we observed with interest the evolution of tadpoles in our class aquarium. Now, as May draws to a close, we are happy to store away our junior joys only because we must make place for the deeper and more significant joys of our senior year at Notre Dame. 1161 FIYI r u N1 Dolan N1 orclan H Seen P Cunnlngham P Valentlnc R Nlccox P Dur lvano 'vi Bartlutt S nl ru K Welsh N1 OH.ara Cairns N1 Buclclu H Gallagher A Wosnaclx M Walsh P' gg nw X 'N I I 5 ut.. . . . 1 ,. , .. l',. f ,L . ' , fum . 0 'J , X' ,, . ' ' ' ',. . . ' ' , 2 si 51 a li 5 if I , if , Q cf. V4 , 1' 'if 5 YI, y 6' It - fl a W a alll f . f:,, 1 1 Bw X . ' 4 . T' IT 7 . PRESIDIYIS no X lLI'pRISlDIrNIS OI IHI Vuuol s QQIVBS frunt run N1. Crehrlg, I,c.1.hr'x. J. Rellly, K. Welsh, P, Cun' nlngham, Flynn. I7Y.1H1.1fiA. Suqmud ruu' L. Capone. Fmxglx, D. Ruppenstem, I7cl'.1t1v1g, A. VYosnaCl4. P. Valentlne. S. Campoplano. XI1muu.j.K1rseh. Gln C BS ll'B perrod on Tuesday' and Thursday muted us to whatever aetivxtj' we most enjoyed We learned to thmk .md speak serlouslj' ln our dehates. to smg JI1LldI'flITIJIl.'lC, to laugh .md play' IH hurness and good wrll. Do you remem- her rhe fun of our Frlshlon Show? the rustle of taH'et.1 .lt Iuneheons and teas? the exuheranee of X'1CIOI'f' IH class tournaments? Maj' these memories ever .nd us m hte to "play the game And phlj' If f'.11r." l W 1 3+- Vi , 'A 2- , Z If In ' 2 Y ' f M ,' W.f.96 72 ' Av ,,, fllllwl IIVH D RLIWWCHSICIU, S C.unpup1.1nu .N N L . . H Cioppollno Xi, Nlcclmn KDHV'xI0Ill.Y'Xl'U1tVT.,2 Xin Hmm Xin Ruppun' Ntc1n.fXlrN,L1uf1rlg Urs X1uul1.1n Un Lop' IWllI1I1O LKINIAI Nuff D Iluppcnwtulnj. QAUIWIWOIIIIU I Hymn Cl Bmlu. 'X l.1ylur.X1 Uclurlg fivul NVQ- .mlufwz Nl Xiiklllifl I Rulllx, D HLJIltJNN'.lf, I X1.1ursr Q L,x1ppuHo,fN Wulslcr 1 Y 2,3 GLORIA MARY BOYLE 14 PICKWICK LANE NEWTOWN SQUARE PENNSYLVAMA DMIRABLE reahsm governs dec1s1ons sound questlons and frank answers unpartlal unassumlng saucy tllt of her Irlsh head perturbed by lndolence spontaneous provrder of uproauous amusement Hrm behever that there should be never a dull moment My halt IS not red vlgorous and Wrlhng Vltal to our class GIOIIH 1211 T , I I ' ' I Y ' af" SUZANNE MARY CAMPOPIANO 1519 Souru 15TH STREET PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA Secretary CHlLD'LIKE manner 1n spite of natural sophistication a ready interest kindling a peremptory spirit sincere sympathy a definite Hare for the artistic wizard at the keyboard captivating narrator potent enemy of injustice strong democratic ideals spontaneous laughter Susie 22 iifiif unyielding determination . . . flashing eyes and engaging smile . . . I I LENA CLOTILDE CAPOYXE 1707 SOUTH 12TH STREET PHILADELPHIA PENJNSYLVANIA UR sweet sophlstlcate a model of perfectlon rn POISC velvety olrve complexlon and sparklmg teeth charmmg con versatronallst paragraphs of wlsdom 1n few words less qulps contemns trouble but handles lt capably ardent theatre goer graceful hands h1nt art1St1C sklll prlde of our hlstory class our trusted frlend ee PTICC I 23 1 1 ' ' l ll.. . ' 2 film JOAN MARIE COPPOLINO 1807 SOUTH BROAD STREET PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA Vlce Presulent LGELIC appearance rnexlraustrble energy depths of ser1ousness chuckles revealmg ga1ety and Joy earnest oprnrons forclbly and snullngly expressed finds pleasure ln dancmg a clever 1m1tator loves Cape May scorns 1I'lClCClS1OD and suspense gently ZHQCCIIOHRIC perfectly comfortable 1D the nndst of confusxon as sweet as can be oan I24 'w tf fiisf A' ...' ' . . . . . . J . I 145, ,ng---A WINIFRED MARY CUNNINGHAM 182 MIDFIELD ROAD ARDMORE PENNSYLVANIA teasing smile never without a secret lmpassable goalie on our hockey team connoisseur of fine foods champion knitter of argyles unfathomable good nature generous in giving her time and talents our Winnie I25 5 V OUR cause of joy . . . twinkling blue eyes . . . lively chuckle . . . I W JO AN MELICENC1' FLYNN 341 OWEN AVENUE DREXEL HILL PENNSYLVANIA Cfrazsurcr PLACID manner helymg her excrtable temperament sweetly narve pert nose darntlly sprrgged Wlth scant freckles extremely thoughtful loves to Wrlte letters thoughtful eyes d1SClOS1Dg frequent musmg retreats from trouble and dlsputes exuberant Vltallty loves small anrmals enter tams wlth lnely clrarnatlc characterrzauons ever an optrmlst o an I26-I I 3 PATRICIA MARY FUREY DEEPDALE ROAD STRAFFORD PENNSYLVANIA President 0 Student Council NSATIABLE curiosity reflected 1n a quizzical expression earnest student serious of purpose enjoys life thoroughly contagious laugh He does too bring me pretty Howers loves to receive mail take long walks and go sledding dainty little hands with fingers nimble on the keys All of our trust was in your competent leadership Pat I27 ,x I . . . attracts us with her funfloving spirit . . . dancing eyes . . . , . MARY JANE GEHRIG 6323 Ovnmmooxc AVENUE PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA onczzrur. but subtle persuasrveness a rare combmatron of solemmty and hghthearted gaxety l1stens wrth obvrous enjoy shown ln her startlrng remarks our own poet laureate so dreamy at txmes Does she border on the ethereal? her great sollcxtude for Laddxe expresses dehghtfully the beauty of her own sentlments an1e lzs ll' Y ment . . . narrates with enlivening reality . . . a sense of humor 97 MARY LOUISE HEAVEY 5506 CEDAR AVENUE WEST PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA N amazmg sense of humor sleepy eyes and 1mp1sh gun hves for week ends and summers at Ventnor d1Sl1kCS sermons always 1n confus1on attracted toward the puzzhng class room buttons avld movle fan determmed and fnendly wrll argue to the end proud of her blg slsters where Matxlda 1S you ll find Mary Loulse f29 I SS' ANN NATALIE MARIE HERRING 43 LEWIS AVELUE EAST LANSDOWNE PENNSYLVANIA APABLE and admlrable leader lmpresswely quret er Wr1t1ng reveals a qulck wrt and a SCIIOUSIY creatlve mlnd strmulatrug and frequent laughter revels rn long telephone CODVCISHKIODS Dawn Patrol dehghtful sense of humor the essence of SIHCCIIIY grves every promrse of great thrngs 1n the future Ann l30I Y 1 LY C ' - yeh , GERALDINE AUDREY KANE 5227 ARLINGTON STREET PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA NTHUSIASTIC PCI'SOl'l3.l1ty COl'lCCal.Cd under 8 quiet l'Il8I'1I'1C1' sessor of a sparklmg but subtle Wlt ommvorous reader thmks llttle slsters a wonderful Idea amlable In any event ever a lady detests all forms of pretense lg t hearted Imperturbable peaceable Gerry i311 a sympathetic listener, always impartially interested . . . pos- . . . . . . . . . l' h f JUNE TERESA KIRSCH 231 WINDERMERB AVEINTUE WAYNE PENNSYLVANIA Presulznt osr unaffected excels m the rare accomplrshment of keepmg secrets alternately pensrve and carefree shy gun and hearty laugh our prrde and Joy rn every phase of athletlcs can usually be found m Chapel or the Studro spends her study perlods wonderrng what to do wrth them drslrkes hoastlng and malclng speeches remarkably htm w1ll delrght to all our changeless une l32 'VAI J M ' ' 1 'S 'WMA he MARGARET MARY MEEHAN 6326 DREXEL ROAD OVERBROOK PENNSYLVANIA AILY d1S21'I1'11Hg sprmkles frollc ln our paths con stantly affahle CIISPOSIIIOII lovable Wlnmng Ways laughmg eyes and dlmpled gun bhthe charm a soothmg comment for every chsturbance dCI1VCS joy from her own generoslty gentle and wmmng Where there s laughter and excltement there IS Margle 123 1 A Q O. " , , G ' ' . . . ' ' ' . . . a ' . . , . . . . , 'Kim DOLORESE GABRIELLE RUPPENSTEIN 276 WEST GREENWOOD AVENUE LANSDOWNE PENNSYLVANIA ovEs debates pames and week ends can always fabucate a questlon lnfectlous laughter especlally fond of the character o 1n Lxttl Women l1ves for summers 111 Ocean C1ty VIVHCIOUS scrnullatmg personahty eyes allglrt wlth mlschlef self assured P0156 determmed when aroused lovable dreamer Dee 1341 5. ANN VIRGINIA TAYLOR 654 LANCASTER AVENUE BRYN MAWR PENNSYLVANIA ELICATELY femmme an enchantmg nonchalance whlch y1elds unexpectedly to sparkllng entl1us1asm perpetual con tentment pleasantly loquaclous smartly dressed ln the latest faslnons a dependable source of 1nformat1on amusmgly 1nqu1s1t1ve dlsdams PICCISIOH and haste tranqull kmdly Ann 1351 Q tide v D I ... . 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