Academy of Our Lady of Peace - Villa Montemar Yearbook (San Diego, CA)
- Class of 1947
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1947 volume:
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it is the happy privilege oi the ciassgoi 1945 to compile the first.An-
nuai oi the Academy oi Qur Lady oi Peace. Our aim has been to per-
petuate the highlights of iour years in' this Catholic high schooi Where the
spiritual vaiue is aiways of first importance. We wish that the worid
couid experience the peace which permeates the atmosphere here at Viiia
Montemar. Hence, what theme or patroness couid be more appropriate
than Our Lady oi Peace? Here at the Academy we enjoy her protection
over our shadow-patterned gardens, our sunny-wooded paths, and above
aii, over our youthiui and impressive hearts.
Qur prayer is that she may extend her peace across this battie-scarred
worid to bring about her promise wherein the creatures of God may iive
as the children oi God. Such is the harmony which we have tried to por-
tray in this book.
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VILLA MUNTEM!-XH AC!-XHEMY UF UUH Lf-XIIY UF IWQAEPQ
San Ilieqn, California NiI1EtEEH Hundred Prlrty-Sfevrzu
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We want this issue ot VILLA MONTEMAR to mean more than a
souvenir trom I947, since we have tried to produce an annual that
is not just a reminder ot classmates, events, and good times.
Easily depicted are the highlights ot our years at the Villa: less easy
is it to express the things which have made our days at the Academy
happy ones. The solemn moments ot retreat, the deep joy ot Sodality
Masses, the lcindnesses ot the Sisters, all ot these are too elusive to
recapture in a yearbook.
Rather then, may the spirit ot Our Lady ot Peace which
if , permeates everything shine through this record
l' A ' it y ot our school year.
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Coat of Arms of His Holiness,
Pope Pius XII
To His Holiness, Pope Pius XH, this volume oi VILLA is dedi-
cated. As vicar of Christss Church, he has guided it though one of the most precarious
periods of aii time. The great personal sanctity of our Holy Father, his feariessness
in denouncing evii, and his indiscriminating charity for the peopies of Europe have
gained for him the esteem of all nations. Recognized in the political worid as an au-
thority on international affairs, his opinion as a statesman is highly regarded.
The Holy Father realizing the necessity of Christian education, if peace is to pre-
vaii, has said, M-Phe Christian education of youth was never of more decisive or vital
importance than it is today." In the dedication of this yearhooic, the theme of which
is the Church and Christian Education, we wish to pay trihute to Pope Pius XII, the
Pope of Peace.
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Coat ot Arms ot His Hotiness,
Pope Pius Xt
As the modern age has attowed itsett to dritt away from God, it has
toecome immunized against the code ot Christian ethics. For tactc ot a
set standard ot moratity, nations have become hattteiiietds tor the prevatent
evits: war, race prejudices, and materialism. Modern inditterence and
ignorance ot truth have caused this present wortd corruption. But it
ignorance he the poison, Christian education is the antidote.
The acquisition ot mere knowtedge is useless untess it is compte-
mented by Christis principtes.
Here at Vitta Montemar we have enjoyed the advantages ot a Chris-
tian education. in every phase ot our schoot tite, the pattern as set down
by Pope Pius Xi in his Encycticat on Hchristian Education ot Youthn is
in our yearhootc we shatt endeavor to show how the principles ot this
system ot Christian education are heing realized in our schoot organiza-
tions and activities.
We hope that this theme witt express the truth that uthere can he no
ideatty pertect education which is not Christian Education?
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To tha 1947 Graduates, Uur Lady df Paaca Academy
The thoroughiy Christian education that distinguishes Qur Lady of
Peace curriculum shaii ever he heid a cherished privilege and a precious
heritage. Equipped with those fundamentals that maice progress secure,
the graduates are destined to wield a salutary intiuence through many
Because the Catholic Church, the mother of learning, has, from the
start oi her foundation hy Jesus Christ, fostered and protected the arts
and sciences, it rejoices the Church oi God to note the stimulating ieaven
as a ciass of graduates emerges from the ioveiy portals oi Our Ladyys
Vvhat you have absorbed during these four scholastic years, in sur-
roundings where sacrifice, innocence and iove are happily blended, will
stand by you iorever.
We salute and hiess the Ciass of 1947, praying that the good worics
you have so weii begun may be crowned with eternal spiendors.
CHARLES F. BUDDY,
Bishop of San Diego.
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"Education consists essentially in preparing man tor what tie must be
and what tie must cto here below in order to attain the sublime end tor
which tie was createctu We seniors are gratetut that We have received
tile benetit ot this type ot ectucation ot which Pope Pius Xt speaks in his
Senior Eiass Utticefs
We Sum it Up!
U . . . Laguna mountains. Vvtno seconds ttie motion?u Every Ditcti
Day has its serious moments: otticers: Beatrice Btizzard, treasurer fiettb,
.lane Pmaicti , president, teggy Alexander, secretary, and Bernie Ryan,
vice-president. conduct ctass discussion.
time seniors toot: tnacic to iast year when trom ttle side-iines in ttleir
junior tormats, ttiey Watctied another ciass teave ttwe Academy.
September, l943, marked ttie entrance ot trigtitened, but smiiing
trestimen into time awaiting corridors ot tligtier tearning. Atter tmeing
tuurdened funnecessariiy, we tiiougtiti witti a variety ot enormous tnooics
We started our daity sctleduie. fjur indoctrination toiiowed immedi-
atety. Vtttiougti tout iowiy trestimen we made the upperctassmen sit up
and taice notice wtien we Won tile detnate and presented a deiigtittut
Cjur soptiomore year tarougtit our Hgreen yearsu ottziciaity to a start as
we received our ties. We ctiose St. Patricia as our patron and tuecame
First row, left to right: A. Jones, L. Vereschagin, M. Lapthorne. M.
Hayes. J. Nessler, D. Schroeder. J. Balch. Secorul- row: P. Wilhite,
l. Rivera. L. Crivello, E. Wilhoit. D. Salmders, A. Lewis, C. Ramsay.
Fhud row: M. Zaragoza. B. Davey, M. Englehart. P. Alexander, B.
Blizzard. M. Roise, G. Pitts. Fourth row: M. Thompson, E. Momello,
P. Tomas. C. Bilshorough, H. Keriozolas. D. Klaus.
lmown as the lrish Class. Although we spent a quiet sophomore y r.9
it was highlighted with a weiner roast, a chiclcen dinner that ivve 'Este' J?
the seniors, and a never to he forgotten evening swim at 'La Jollafhx '
Upper Classmen at lastl We elected Helen Keriozolas ss Ehicqt l
and the '47 Club began a successful career. Our pr ntati of t e
operetta "Bits O'Blarney," proved the talent of our Irish C ns. "They g
A long awaited arrival of our junior pins caused everyweisx I turn A
our direction. j 45 " s
At lastl Lilce a loolt from the blue we reigned asf mi ulih ty s ' N
ln the athletic field we carried off the championship 1' volleylaall. 'it
the arrival of our sweaters many pairs of sun glass were worn tosfiield
the glow. A January 27 was a hig day in our lives. Dressed for snow and
sleet we mounted the yellow hus and headed for the Lagunas, while the
rest ot the classes struggled with hoolcs. That we did not find either snow
or sleet did not lceep us from having one fine clayl The senior play,
Barter, was one of the year's outstanding events. This production un-
earthed dramatic talent hitherto undiscovered and set us on a par with
Academy Thespians who have gone helore.
stands ior athletic, ISBN for beautiful,
and MCU for charming. All describe Peggy
to a AT., Digest the fact that Peg has made
every lcind of team every year since she
became a freshman. The team she is on is
bound to winl Then the amazing iact is
that she Wallis triumphantly oil the court to
trip her fingers lightly along the keyboard.
Those fingers also can deftly caress a piece
oi material into the latest concoctions.
But what we really praise Peggy for is
her accuracy in counting noses. She has
been the class secretary during our junior
and senior years, and she has yet to mis-
place one of us.
A certain boy in college, recently out oi
blues, is her particular subject of interest.
Peg is a good salesman With a good busi-
ness head, and specializes in responsibility.
The best compliment we can pay her is this:
When she has a job to do, she does itl
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Janie, The Gem of La Mesa Hillsf, ' '
iormerly hailed from Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Her four Ugreen yearsn of high school she
has spent at the Villa. Donyt let that calm
and angelic loolc fool you because under-
neath is hidden an impish nature.
ln her freshman year she was elected
secretary of the class. The following year,
since she proved her slcill in sports, she was
elected treasurer of the Janie, the
girl who is ualways in there pitchingf, came
out the next year as vice-president of the
Student Body. This year she was given the
highest honor a senior class can bestow on
one of its members,-she was chosen class
Her splendid characterization as Mary
Magdalen in the senior play, Barter, Won
her dramatic honors.
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f 0 L- CAROL BILSBOROUGH
Blond C rol, dyigmo of energy and
humor, joine in her junior year and
quiclcly beca a sincere and cooperative
helper in ll cademy projec . Her marvel-
ous a ic owess, ombin with a lceen
q en f the cour s.f ghe became G.A.A.
rexy for our senio ' ear, and has more than
proved her exe ve ability. Thanlcs to
Carol, we have a new peppy G.A.A. song
and many whole-hearted new G.A.A. fans.
sportsma s ips oon made her
Carol hails from the deserted wilderness
of Escondido. She is a sincere devotee of
the Sodality's Mental Prayer Committee
and the science labs, where she earns those
BEATRICE BARBARA BLIZZARD
The Kay Kayser of O.L.P., "Bee Zeen
dons her cap and gown, wit to let us lmow
she's been a loyal member of the "Sham-
roclc Seniors" for a number of unforgettable
years. In fact this "Blizzard" blew into the
Villa in the seventh grade, and has been
"winclingn her way through various class-
Her spontaneous wit which pops out at
any time and place malces a comedian's
paradise of any study class.
"Bee Zeeu has shownfher executive
ability and Shyloclcs hand in her position
as treasurer of the senior class and U47
CHARITY CLARK 1
Charity, the gal with the cute name and
even cuter smile, came to the Academy
from Washington in her senior year. Petite
and pleasant, she excels in any sort ot class-
room activity. She manages, quite dexter-
ously, to keep her marks up to "As, with-
out hurning any midnight oil or gnashing
any teeth in that charming smile. She was
an Hangel tor a night" in the Christmas
play. The pride of the civics class, she has
talcen part in many discussions, hoth in
class and at student hody meetings. Atter
graduation, Charity plans on college, and
hoth faculty and students lcnow that she
will he an outstanding credit to the Villa.
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Lena is one of the mosttfboperati-ve seniors
in the class. No worlc in need ot voluntejars
will find Lena ahsent whether the worlc he
ditticult or easy. t
The senior play drew its crowd as a result','
ot her lausiness ahilities. Because ot this the'
Spanish class hecomes a riot when Lena
stands up to recite Spanish-vocahulary. Her 'X
usual reply when she is asked to recite is,
"Sister, l can,t pronounce it, hut l can
Her deslc is brimming over with pens, A
beanies, rosaries etcetera, as she is the lceep-X '
er of the lost and found.
Typing and shorthand will he Lena's '
chief concern at Commercial College.
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BEVERLY ANN DAVEY
A sudden Hash oi fire and a violent ring-
ing of a helll Calm your nerves :it's not a
fire hell hut a HFiery Belle."
Bev, with her Haming tresses is lcnown
around the Villa as 'sManager of Bells,
lncf, and she,s always around "Jost" for a
minute to Hchuclc' in a little time between
Small and speedy, she,s dynamite to any
opponent in the world of sports which in-
cludes volleyloall, cars, and pedestrians. Her
athletic talents have won for her the desir-
ahle position of G.A.A. treasurer this past
Being the owner of "The Green Clipper,"
a respectable little Ford, she provides the
chief means of transportation and a great
deal of fun for ulrishmenn only.
, oN1cA ENC-ELHART
Faithfulness to all projects has made
Monica an outstanding member of the class
of '47. Monica came to us in her junior
year and quiclcly proved herself competent
and efficient in both her studies and school
As chairman of the Mental Prayer Com-
mittee, Monica has shown her talent for
leadership. ln her senior year she main-
tained the position of Secretary oi the Stu-
dent Body. Dramatist unique, she can play
any character with precision and under-
standing. She was in numerous plays in-
cluding the Sunshine Twins, presented hy
the Patio Players, and Barter, senior class
play. Praise cannot he too great for lVlonica,s
characterization of Judas lscariot in the
We are indebted to Monica for her un--
selfish interest in debating. Our debate
team was victorious over the other classes
for two years and this was largely due to
her tireless efforts.
IVIIRIAM .RITA HAYES
"Mimi,,' as she is known to her fellow
ushamrockersf' is an Academy daughter of
twelve years. For four years her soprano
voice has helped to maintain the glee club
In the sixth grade Miriam left this State
for a short time for the less golden shores o
Florida, hut she still yearned for sunny
Her favorite recreations are in the form of
skating, swimming, horseback riding, and
dancing. She possesses a ready wit which
5- keeps the class in hilarious riot.
To show that she is a firm patriot of the
typing class, she will continue after gradua
tion in business college, and all of us at the
J - Villa will miss her smiles and wit.
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DOROTHY ANN KLAUS
If you hear a Click and are suddenly
blinded hy a Hash, you know "Dorf, is
somewhere nearhy. With her camera, she
has become indispensable to the seniors, as
chief photographer. Dorothy is just as valu-
able in the field of athletics. lt would he
fitting to call her the typical outdoor gal,
since she participates in almost every sport.
As our crystal han ioretelis she will open
her own shop showing what the well-
dressed varsity women are wearing.
Dorothy has also developed an artistic
talent for comic sketching in her twelve
years of study class, at Villa Montemar.
With these, her grin and sparkling humor
will mark her one of the unforgettable
seniors of Our Lady of Peace.
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HELEN MAXINE KERIZOLAS
This tall Grecian heauty we introduce
proudly as editor of Villa Montemar. Dur-
ing the weelcs preceding its puhlication,
Helen turned out a prodigious amount ol
worlc. Her room at St. lVlargaret's was con-
verted into a veritable worlc room where, in
the night hours we found her poring and
nodding over write-ups.
The Classical in poetry, literature, and
music give her the greatest pleasure has well
as the questionable music of Hoagy Car-
michael. She has heen trying to originate a
poem patterned on the meter of uAnahelle
Leen for two years. Unsuccessful in that
attempt she has contented herself with im-
promptu recitations of the aforementioned
Helen was vice-president of her class in
her freshman year and president in her
junior year. Her eagerness and apprecia-
tion lor learning will find outlet in college
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AGN ANN JONES
Ann can chalk up a superbly successful
high school career at the Villa. Climaxing
her stay at the Academy, she held the m
portant position of Sodality Prelect. The
Sodality is indehted to Ann for a brilliant
year. Last year Ann was Publicity Com
mittee chairman, a position she filled with
capahility and we suspect her of holding
the County record for malcing posters.
This little lady has distinct lilies: drama
first, clothes second, and college-men third
A talented actress, Ann has had leads in
three Academy plays and in the St. Augus
tine's play, Sunshine Twins, she proved he
sell a lively comedian. Ann was the Acad
emy correspondent for the Southern Cross
in '46 in which she proved her talent in
journalism. Radio is her amhition, and that
huhhling, determined personality of love
ahle Htlonesyu will surely malce those dreams
MARY FLORENCE LAPTHORNE
Flossie's jovial personality has made her
a hit in the senior class. Her good nature
is a trait for which we all linow her.
The success of the senior play was due in
a great measure to the excellent husiness
managing Florence contributed to the pro-
duction. Her willingness to cooperate in all
activities shows her dependability.
Flossie's alto voice has loeen talcing part
in glee cluh recitals and activities tor three
years. If she greets you, with a 'Bon jouru
it's only her Parisian accent. For two years
Flo has been faithfully attending French
class. The heautiful diamond on her left
hand discloses her career.
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X Tina, lcnown around the campus for her
tinlcling of the ivories from the classics to
boogie, is one of the outstanding members
of the senior class.
list of movies.
She has competently filled the position of
Vice-Pretect ot the Sodality and amhitious
ly worlced in its projects. She has claimed
the title, "the judgef, and all the Sodalists
await her verdict of the Legion of Decency
HDon't forget, girls, we are having a
smooth danceln is our '47 Club president s
way of publicizing the many dances she has
planned! Vvith her motto, "The show must
go on,H Tina has made certain that every
Academy social event is highlighted with
Whenever you hear a sigh after a recor
of the voice, you may he sure Tina IS
GERTRUDE IRENE PITTS
MARY JOAN NESSLER
Clever artistry is portrayed by Joanie's
drawings of the Academy Angel. Her
deftness in poetry expresses her beautiful
feeling for nature. HBeaver" is the name
characteristic of this vibrant lass. 'The little
Beavers' summers are spent as a camp
councilor. Her favorite recreations are trail-
blazing and sleeping under the big dipper.
The silver basketball she wears shows that
she is a champion of athletics. Joanie's love
for the magical notes of music made her a
member of our Glee Club for four years.
Joanie will continue in nursing as a
career. Her ability to accomplish big things
in a quiet way is one of her most admirable
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Ever pleasant and lrghthearted is the
most fitting description ot Trudy. Over-
tlowing with school and class spirit, she has
been true to the Uwearing of the greenn since
she first trod the halls of the Villa in her
sophomore year. With a slight blush when
she's noticed, she'll steal your heart away
with her perpetual smile of sunshine.
Graceful swimming and roller slcating
are two of her mastered recreations, with
dancing heading her list of Hmustsln
Needless to say with her good natured
personality Trudy will be an outstanding
success as a Ulady in white," for she has
chosen the career of a nurse.
CAROLYN VAUGHAN RAMSAY
"Beauty and the Brainsu is the ideal title
for talented Carolyn. Her nimhle, dexterous
fingers are as much at home on the lieyhoard
as on the slcetching pad where she produces
expert painting and slcetch Worlc. She joined
us in the seventh grade, and the class would
he sadly incomplete without the sunny, re-
sponsihle, dreamy personality that is Caro-
lyn,s. She served on the Literature Commit-
tee as Chairman in her senior year and was
on the annual staff as literary editor, working
diligently at her post. Carolyn has loeen
faithful to the glee clulo as hoth soprano and
accompanist since her sophomore year. She
also has an adaptability tor writing as she
has proved hy her clever essays and fluent
Her sterful rendition of Dehussyys
"CI ' de uneu has become her well-
lmo n tra e mark. Her interests outside of
C ural ac ievements are roller skating and
I' asterirfg the art of horse-hack riding. After
graduation she intends to continue in the
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BERNADETTE RUTH R-Y?-61 ' X il'
Versatile with personality hest descrihes
cheerful Bernie. Her vivacious sense of
humor has made her many friends during
her eight-year stay at the Academy. This
irish colleen can almost always he heard
tallcing her Way out of something. The
Sodality hulged with money when Bernie
was treasurer in her sophomore year. "Now,
please he quiet, girlsf' is her theme song
which she constantly sings as vice-prexy of
the senior class. Bernie has her serious
sides, too, though one would never lmow it.
Much of her spare time is spent at devotions
and doing spiritual reading.
Her future is indefinite, hut it is secretly
thought that she will go into husines with
her father. We all feel that whatever voca-
ton she does follow will lead to a pathway
DOROTHY RUTH SAUNDERS
A giggle and a grin with eyes that shine
within, that's our Dot, vivacious and etter-
vescing with energy. An athletic whiz, shels
a rocket on the basketball court and a
dynamo with a volley ball. Not only does
she enjoy all kinds ot sports but is num-
bered among those who have an obsession
With the spirit of a boarder, her jovial
nature has staged many pranks, and Dot
will undoubtedly be missed by her fellow
boarders and schoolmates. She can always
be depended nnon to startle a group of con-
centrating minds into a tit of laughter when
she catches on to a joke heard a Week before.
Adaptability for anything marks her as a
versatile gal, as shown by her ability to
handle an executive job. For two years, her
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J J' x y A ,I I 1 ln her two years at the Academy, Deelgvtk
X'-to good use her talents. One of her fav wr? . '
positions was before the Student Body -
bating heatedly over a uResolve.U
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An accomplished pianist, she is always
ready to pick up a new sheet of music and
help out any performance around school at
the last minute. Her participation in the cj
Glee Club as Student director comes close Hy
second to her indispensability on all teams. fl ' -
Her figure goes flying about the court in the X
same graceful manner her fingers go flying
over the keyboard.
She WHS SUCC6SSfl1l in the Sunshine
1, v f Twins, a play presented by the Patio Play-
ers last year. This year she added to her
stage experience by her cunning and con-
vincing portrayal of "Rhea, in the senior
ALICE PATRICIA TOIVIAS
Pat has been crowned Queen of Sports
and hears this title with a graceiuI air. She
was eIected vice-president of the G.A.A.
this year and she has heen ingenious in her
Work in this organization.
She has merited annuaI awards in swim-
ming and tennis during her tweIve active
years at the ViIIa. The Academy Ietter she
proudIy wears is symI:JoIic of her memher-
ship on the Varsity for tour years. Pat is
an ideaI dress modeI and is one of the most
attractively dressed seniors.
Her amiaIJIe and quiet personaIity can-
not hide very Iong her many abilities. Pat
heId the office of treasurer of the cIass oi
'47 in her sophomore year and the office of
treasurer of the G.A.A. in her junior year.
LORRAINE JOYCE VERESCHAGIN
UIVIicIceyH who came into our midst in the
eighth grade is the proud possessor of a fund
ot wit with which she is Iavish. A naturaI
mimic she can aIways he reIied on to repIy,
HVeII," or, "You were expecting something,
During her third year in high schooI she
capahIy fiIIecI the office of cIass treasurer.
The same year she became vice-president
of the '47 cIuh. Her management in dance
affairs, and her capahiIity as husiness man-
ager of Villa Montemar, have made her
incIispensahIe to us.
She tens us that next year she wiII trudge
down the Iong corridors of coIIege, hut there
seems to he some douht about these plans.
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ELLEN IVIARJ EAN WILHOIT
Ellen, our responsible A.S.B. president.
walked into academy iiie in her sophomore
year. From there on she went in the lights.
becoming secretary of the sophomore class
and later on in the year was honored with
the position of Sodaiity Vice-prefect. in her
junior year she was publicity chairman of
the Sodaiity. The Glee Club has been
bettered by her alto voice.
Not only has she shown capabilities as a
leader, but also as an athlete on the G.A.A.
team. Her dramatic capability has been
shown in the Christmas play and Barter, our
senior play. She is brainy, too, so the Honor
Roll has her name on it in blacic and white.
Ellen hovered over the campus in an atti-
tude of responsibility. For her untiring worlc
and interest in the Student Body we are
sincerely grateful. Ellen is a sticicler tor
duty, possesses true leadership, and a win-
ning personality. What more could one
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MARY KAY THOMPSON
The blond bombsheil is introduction
enough to Mary Kay, inspiration to many
side-splitting moments. As chairman oi the
Apostolic Committee, she increased enthusi-
asm for mission worlc among her fellow
sodaiists. iViary Kay has the happy icnacic
oi arousing interest in the worlc she is cloingg
so as a leader in the many projects under-
taicen by her committee, she inspired many
helpers in her worthwhile schemes.
Kayis theme is, Hi Didnit Know Vvhat
Time it VVas,H which pertains mainly to her
punctual appearance in Espanol. She excels
in the musical field as pianist as Weil as a
nightingaie deluxe. Kay loves beaching,
ther bathing suit does get Weil: and her
favorite recreation deals in anything con-
cerned with music. This she has chosen as
her career and after she is graduated from
the Villa she'il continue with her music in
.J Ki Sodaiity, but also oi tile art class. Many oi
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. ' X ersonalities oi tiie senior class? Confidenti-
ft is A ly, we suspect lier oi being a near relative
, gy' ' , oi Artiiur Murray. Her graceful style oi
.jf dancing is admired by all. Gay, lighthearted
:I K at joined us in iier junior year wiierein siie
Y' -if . proved iierseli a mainstay oi tile Publicity
' yi i J q"Committee with iier novel posters and imi-
JX A letin boards. in our senior year slie became
V ciiairman of tilis committee, a position siie
fy' 5 filled with responsibility.
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iier loeautiiul slcetciies adorn tile pages oi
xaivxx- tiiis annual. Slie iiopes to continue in art
e after graduation and, knowing Patys mag-
E' J . ' netic personality and talent, we iiave no
, doubt slie will find success.
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,vip ,rip Virtuoso exceptional, is tiie most fitting
introduction to Connie. Vvitin deep expres-
sions and ciiarming boldness, Connie
interprets tl'lC'WOI'liS oi time masters, enchant-
ing all wlio iiear iier. Tile Glee Cluiy iias
witnessed iier musical talents as siie accom-
panied tiiem and added iier ricii mezzo-
soprano voice to tiie ciioir. Slie proved in-
valuable to time sciiool orciiestra as pianist.
instantaneous entiiusiasm marlcs iier as a
loyal senior, wiio iias worked wiioleiieart-
edly for tile betterment oi iler school and
Her recreational life includes any activity,
from tiie cultural arts to swinging a triclcy
Vvitii iier future plans oi perfecting iler
musical capabilities, Connie will achieve
Calendar of Events
Scliool Opens ........ A .................................................................................................... September 10
Initiation ............................. .......... S eptember 19
Halloween Party ................ .................. O ctolmer '51
Catliolic Boolc Weelc ..... - ........... ............. N ovemloer 5-10
Volleyball Tournament ........... ............ N ovemlmer 26
Soclality Mass .............................. ............. D ecemlmer 9
Cllristmas Play ........... ............. D ecemtzer 19
Slcating Party ........ ............. J anuary 17
Ditch Day .t...................... ............. J anuary 27
Soclality Reception ........ .................. J anuary '51
Retreat ............................................... .......... F elaruary 5-5
Heartls Hopvl ............................................. .......... F elmruary 15
Ioycus Season, Miss Hiclcey ..... -.. .............................. February 17
Saint Maryls Reception ................ .......... l .... 0 ........,................. - ..... M arcll 19
Barter ....................................................... ......... .March 50, 51, April- l
Soclality Day .......................... .,..Q.Q ....................................... May l
Senior-Junior Recital 7 ............. ........... M ay 10
Basketball Tournament ............ .... - ..... M ay 12
Mount Saint Maryls Tea ........... ......... Q .May 15
'Concert at Fortl Bowl ..... - ........... ........... M ay . 18
Field Day ..... 9 ................................... ........... M ay 19
Bisl1op's Breakfast ......... ........... M ay 27
G.A.A. Banquet ............ ........... M ay 27
Recollection Day ............ , .......... May 29
Alumnae Banquet ........, ........... ay 29
Prom ....................... .. ............. ........... May '50
Baccalaureate Mass ......
Fresliman Breal-ifast ...........
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Vfitli a critical eye tlmsc officers: Velma Vvelcli, vice-president llcttl. Gerry Smith, treasurer, La Vonnn lvlontgomery, sm-
rs-tnry, mul Hr-tty l.uu Nlattlww. president, discuss this dress as a possihle junior formal.
As the sixty ot us crept inside the tall, forbidding walls, we were coyly greeted hy
liendishly smiling seniors, later lcnown as the Hthirty tyrantsf, who made our first days
as ulroshn as uncomfortable as possihle, constantly reminding us ot promised lurking
tortures in the near future. We emerged from the tortures or initiation, as it is com-
monly lcnown, with an unusual amount of veneration for the upperclassmen. They
gave us a party that afternoon to revive our wilted spirits.
The year progressed without too much undue excitement. We won the volleyball
championship which was quite a blow to the upperclassmen. Later on we sponsored
Tag Day and then rushed on to other activities, such as Field Day, the Ban-
quet. and the freshman hrealclast for the departing seniors.
H10 I' E1 liirst row. in right: xintlilvw. il, ixiinning Q firuniu X
Uur secionci year in high schooi
was hegun with a siightiy superior
attitucie, which was crushed the
ciay we received our quota oi'
hooics. Again we won the voiiey-
hail fhampionshipg again it was a
ixiow to our eiciers. The year
passeci quieiciy and heiore we
iinew it we were again entering
the iast quarter events. Vve gave
tht- seniors a iuscious ciinner the
night oi, their senior piay.
At iast we were in the hracicet
icnown as tht- upper-Ciassmen.
flur Cathoiie Pmooix Vveeic exhihit
won first piaee though we ciici iose
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Ahout this time we imegan
thinicing ahout the prom and the
graduation in which we were to
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'iihen graciuation came and sad-
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taker, il, Ramsour, S. i.ovi-ian-, it. Rm-si. Y. ixlilililll4'iSil'f, ii. ixinrrisnn
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R. Xvesm-ioii. S, Rumimii-ii, fy Ditonmso. lfourtii row: I. Harris, xi
fi. furila, D. Duran, if. iiariuoa. i.. Y. ixinntgmm-ry, if St. Sun
Time Marches Back
As we Clear time colmwelas from our minds, we recall our laeloveol fFCSllTIliiI1 year.
Rememlmer lmw we tremlmlecl and slioolc at tlne tllOllg'llt of tlle clreaclecl initiation? Yet
we survive-cl -you ean't lceep a goocl class down, you lcnow.
CN course we would leel extremely lwurt il' anyone forgot time lreslmman-junior
mlelwate. Tlle lruits ol victory are sweet.
rl-lien our little songsters lnirst lortli witli a lmrancl new glee Clulm, cfomposecl entirely
ol exaltecl liI'0SllII1tlIl.
l.ast lmut surely not least came tlie senior lmrealclast. Tlie seemingly unending
amount ol wort: suclflenly was translormecl into an amazing lmrealclast.
Ancl so .lime T approaclleel and was met Witll mixecl sentiments. But on time wliole
it will prolmalply lx: regarclecl as one ol time llappiest and most extraordinary years in our
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llnlriain Nlmlinrlnimlx, Sums: llivlig, Klum l.ymlu, lu Ann
Snlvalxi, Allman Nlnliu lqulzu, Knllllm-ll llm-lwlmll, Nl.ulLf.ul4-I
Nix-leon, Alun.: Slvnnrl. l'lli7.nln-ll: Rmlvy, llulnlc-N llinlx
lc-y, lflivnlulln Ylmrrumlu, Slnirlm-5 Xvaml, lwuunu-lu Ynx
qua-7, Rusvllmrx llnyl, ljliue llnlnlvn, Nauru' l,4-.mlm
I.N-pI.im- Xlulvu-lllln, Sylvia Sinrlnir, lluirimiu Nllljmlv.
fxlurx lpn xlmiqmluimlx. Nlnrlyn Sin-null.
lxmvi flnll. RH.: l'.llgl4-lmli, .luml lnlsmnlr, R051-lumix
Gray, l'.ul.'ici.n ll.nnnz-ln-ll, Allrom fllnm lflmfw, Slum-vnlllm
Slllilll, lawn ll.nlnlQ.lIlr-ll. lrvm' flursiu, ,lmmn Km-ulxgll,
lmis Kirluwulull, I'f1IIHI'N lxlury Xvilllilv, ,luull Xvil
lmil. Arun-lmlu Arllnlrullgj. Rem' :xlurio llumm, .luun Ann
flvxlnlmlly. Nami lxlilxlu-ll llvllx lu Xvrigjlll. lxluliull
Yilue, Hmm filmlullc-r, lllnm-nm 1- Kmlu. .lAu'quvlim- fvulnlw,
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A r nl 1 poslpom 1 I Sluclc-nl llmcly willl our vvrsion
ffl r 1 J ol nun. You linow lllosv clzussirzll
I"RlzSl IM.-NN SIX "l'Il DN Il
First row: Pnlrifin Kniglll, Nlary Hnlrlo, AAYIIIKIRI 'mln'-
vic-r, lxiinvrvu I.:-la-vin-r. SPFOIICI row: Elisa Luna, lellfll
Z1-pp, Us-urgvllv Hamlin, Hvlvn I,m'Hil1. Tlnircf row: .layu-
Xxynrnv, EH:-n Ryan, Ray .lvunnc Dorman, Nurnm Nixo-
lunv. Fourth row: Ifllcn .lnnv Fizmcuvy, ,loam Prm-vnsl,
Vvlmzu Bnrvrm, fllurin Ixllllhllil. Fiffll row: Amlrvu
VX'ilIlr'rs, Frzullu-s Umjlic-l1u'lli, Nlnrisu xli'ltIN'VY. blurrv-
line- X'iJOYil',l,SiX'Il row: .lvmwllv fjslmrnc-, Elsiv Rox'-
4-rirli, Aumln- Provost, Alia- Dvssvrl. Sl'I'l'llfIl row: Rullu
Sflulis. :Weary Alirm- Irvine. Carol fJ'Hnm. lfiglllfl row:
Hilzlu Azxrsla-HV. Lunin ylum- Bug,
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Luna, sun-lnry, Holt, Pall 5lc'Ufynn, vicr--prx-simlvrml, Elin-n Ryan, lrvausurs-r, und Lnniu NIM- Hn-rg
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l'irsl row, left to right: Virginia Suvvayn, Isrilrt-I Sawaya, llI1'fl'Sil Nlrfirntll, lxIIlllH'I'H ixlnloilcy, lxlnrgnrvl lla-welt, Ann lxlurin
lnliiaiyo, flare: Briurlieii. ljern Nlciules, I4-fEll1l'f'S l.c-aiiclers. lvlary Reilly, ll:-len lxlillvr, Nlurcin l,zittilnure. Lori-tin Cassidy.
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ljatrirm l.nwlc-r. Nuoml rom: Pzitrluzx l.yon. ltliznlrelll NNlll'y, l,arnn-lme fvuarnoltu. hlominm ltr-rum. .loseplniw Ruiz. IJ.-Im
l,f'l'1'Z. ljiltfifill 5ll'c'lyllll, Lillllil Dilli. cimlfgiil Gilllufi. Nlil'lliiL'la Buono, ljillllillf' English. fnrolyn tNlcEncrny, Pillriria Dear'
horn, Alia- Alvarado, llmily Xvigeherl.
NU'l1lClfl to all ye readersl Your close attention please.
Dont overloolc us lowly treshmen. We gave a lot to this school: stamping down
the stairs, chattering in the corridors, yelling in the cafeteria, scattering papers in the
yard, grating on the Sisters' nerves, and what not. Yes, we were lcept husy trying to
till the roomy loaters ot our predecessors'-and succeeded.
Our tirst year included also a serious program. The first day ot school we were
supplied with more than enough. hoolcs to lceep us occupied. We were consistently
assigned daily homeworlc. Throughout the first quarter everything Went according to
schedule except initiationl Yes, we too had to contend with that.
The Christmas play was given in December: so, ot course, all the memhers ot
the Freshman Class scouted around tor huyers ot ticlcets. We were very successtul
in taringing our class a reputation tor school spirit. Then exams came, and went.
and halt the treshman year was quiclcly completed. Vve had parties, movies, plays,
and always ot course, interspersed with quizzes. All in all, we had a husy time ot it.
Now, loolc at us. Vveyve trudged through a year ot hard lahor only to he wal:-
ened up in three short months to hegin worlc again. tVVhat did Monsignor Sheen say
about the thrill ot doing it again?l
Qh, we,ve had a delightful tirst year in high school, and now we,ll relax and wait
tor the second.
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IIUrd and Fuurlh UradH5
First and Second Graders
Eambol on the Green
Left, Imvle: A. Combs, P, Hull, J. Donnelly, Nl. Biricel, J. Greer, L. Encinas. E. Hauivrnsaic, M. Caratan, C. Pacic-rc-wsici, S
Sonnc-nivurg, C. Slmlts, A. Alclrc-tr-, B. Wigiil. Nl. VYCSI. J. Kessiing, G. Greer, C. VVryc, S. Kirkpatrick, B. Kelly, G. Cas'
snrios. B. Siu-pimrci. S. Anrivrson. J. Jiracok, N. Ryan, L. Heinz-, J. Capassa, C. Keller, J. Smigielski, G. Harrell. D. Her-
nsuuioz. I.. IAPQIPT, F. Hovvlz-H, S. Novak, M. Davey. P. Aiiring, D. Keswirlc, K. O'i'iara, C, Vvoifc, M. Arnold. M. Gooicc
Alisvnlr A. Ninriiiirlii, L. Snow, M, Van Horn.
l Carol Siiveria and Carol Ann Rick en-
joy the gay exhibit of books for young
folic provided during Catholic Book
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HWh0, for tiieir greater spirituat advancement, are grouped in spiritual sodaiities
which are worthy ot praise and encouragement as most excellent and powerful aux-
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Soft lareeze. sigli sweetly, caress lier face:
See Lacly, dawn dries tliy mantle lace.
Vvllen clay lwas Hecl tliy slsiine is seen
By stars wllicli crown tliee lieavenys fzlucen.
Purityls blossom, Lady of Peace,
Tliese arlimorecl gardens are placecl at tliy feet.
Ancl in tlle eveningls twiliglit calm
Your clmilolren olzfer wllisperecl psalm.
God macle tliee a Villa, a place ol? His love:
,K W A 4 Tlmere mistress of peace, witli ancl Willa Dove
2,3 5 4 Vigilant, loving, ,- lcept lay tliy grace
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f This Villa, Goclls Villa, His resting place.
'iiiw page-zlnlry oi lime
rrowning ims mucie liiis
aim-volion lo ffm' i.z1ciy il
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Time first oi fiwree iiv-
ing rosaries was iormeci
by the Sociaiists arounci
the gardens on tiieir way
lo iviaryis siirine on iviay
lwntlu-r fftvturu vtmls witty
ilu- Smlnlily olwlliu-rs.
Nlmulc-Ilu, lullu-r ffxlum, Iunr-N,
It R:-ml ,Nlunlingyf I llmwt, fxrlneirurlp.
I Seeettd the Metten
Xvm-1-My llwvlillgs ul flu- Smlulily onqicvrs mul Q P I1
all uirmem lx:-4-ps Somlulily inlvrvsl ul pvnli. L U L I U
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Fmlulisls sign pls-clgv lo nlmslun
'rom lllUYtl'S in llwir 1-Hurt In lun
Hlnllllrwm, luluw fvnutvlu.
I. xI.1l.uu-llalu. Xxlllultv. X It-NL, R ll I I
O.S.A., trace s the
Sodatity,s history in
his sermon to Sodat-
ists on Reception
"To Jesus through Ntaryu is the ideal ot the
Academy,s Soctatity. Efficient officers and com-
mittee chairmen proved their capahitities hy ptan-
ning interesting and profitable meetings concern-
ing everything from Lenten meditations to man-
ners on dates. They provided a timely Vocation
Month program for March and helped lead the
fight against immorat pictures.
Qur spirituat lite was refreshed and invigor-
ated during the three treasured days ot retreat
hy Father 0'Mara, SJ.
These girls take
tvtary as their advo-
cate and Mother as
they are admitted into
the Sodatity hy Father
, TT lp
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Cardinal 'lien and Bishop Buddy paid a visit
to the Academy.
"Pioneers ul timid"
We were honored when Cardinal Tien, ClllIlil.S
first Cardinal, came to San Diego and to the Acad-
emy ol Our Lady ol peace.
juniors Hdonned the
haliitu during vocation weelc to
enact the historical incidents
from the lives ol' seven Sisters
ol' Saint Joseph of Cardonelet
in their desert trelc from San
Diego to Tucson in 1870.
R. Vveseloh. J. Har-
laarger, P. Arnold. B. lvlathew,
B. Reed, P. Whittaker, V.
'lilw lillCll2lFiSliC Commilivv
lms liml ilu- illlQllSl privilcgl ,
worliing in llw silvrisiy willl the
Sill'l'iSlilIl. Vlillis commillee has
lalwn lor ils moclvl 'lilw Savrecl
H4-nrl ol lcsus, illlil tlirougll
Him limi- promois-cl N i Ql1 l
A cl o r ul i o n. Homo linllirone-
llliilll. illltl Ill? HHYlCllIliilLlS ol
llll' l5l0SSl'll Sill'l'illIli'lll.
llmlc row. lvl! lo riglilz ll. llnlim-lu'l1. funny.
ll. Klnloll, l, llmlmrgvr. li. Burg. li. Roc-ml,
is Nioiilguniu-ly. I. Nilvslu. X, XX 1-lili. lirs
row: Ryan. Nliulllillvlslvr, 5. lgII'l'IL2. I
Kniglii. l. Xxinrliv, XXI:-sm-lull.
'lille Apostolic Conlmillvc-, will
Mary Immaculate, Qlieerm ol Apostles
HS ils palroness has encleavorecl to be 2
zealous lnrancli ol llwe Soclolily lllribllgl
liable row, lvl! Io riglll: Xvillmil, xvainl. Buonin
A, Armstrong, Xvilluoil. ljirsl row: l,. fwrivvllo. li
Saxllllflvrs, Ryan, ixlonli-ilu, l. Nvsslvr. Slunmling,
millee. on inflispvnsi-
Cell ol the Somlal
sponsorecl il serivs ol
erary q uizzes.
pulmlicizecl Currenl lmo
ancl solcl Tile Cath
Digest on thi- campl
Sfrxmling. lvl-f lo riglif: lib. Bliq
fi, Rmnsny. Soulful: lf. Rn
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INNI41-II up IIN- S1NIuIiIy in LIII iIs Villll-
IIN- mosl imporlmnl lluing. prays-r. IIuiIy
rosary, HIPCIIIIIIIOII. visils. :NNI Iiirsl Irri-
1Iuv IIIQIII EIQIOHIIIOII im- I'f'llllIl'!'iI UI :Is
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Dome of Saint Peters I
STUDE T BUDY
Ulncieeci ' a goocl Catholic, precisely because of his Catholic principles, makes a
better citizen, attached to his country, and loyalty submissive to constituted civil author-
ity in every legitimate form of govemmentf'
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Vrvsixlmll. llllvn Xvillmilg Xiu-pr4-sinlwnl. l,.ulrimi.u Jxrnnlrlg wfrvhlrx, Nluniux lingc-Hmli: llc-.num-r, Ha-vm'ml4'lh' R1-4-rl
Student Bud Ufficers
Plvasmxl. fair. and lmrd-worlcing ure lime be-sl adjectives for our superbly vapulmle
luclvnl lmocly 0fl'iwrs. flriginniors and promote-rs of the Sllf'COSSl,lll honor syslc-m, llwy
'MINI' cle-voiecl llwir f-rxvrgifls lo ilu' lwfierliwlli of flue- sluclvnl lmtly.
Sturxigtlt-1 AXTKQLUKX hm
KCMGQ Moxgf N..
Cari-lui summer planning macle it possiiale for
A.S.B. ollicers to put tlie stuclent government
into operation on tlie liirst scllool Clay.
Vvelcomc Vveelc. tlje Heartys Hop. ancl a
slcaling party are init a lew ol tlsle Student Boolyis
claims to social success.
Vveelcly meetings included sluts, clelvates, and
stuclent discussions of timely interest. .
The most important accomplisimment ol tiie
year was tlwe suiastitution ol the clemerit system
lor time ltonor system.
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The Academy Celebrates
A portrait ol' John Henry Newm
was on exhihit during Catht
Newmanls Dream of Gerontius was interpreted hy this choric speech group clur-
ing the program for Catholic Boolc Vveelc with Father Aherne as Gerontius.
First row: J. Balch. V. Welch. D. Sweeting. S. Greenlee. F. South, L. Vereschagin. S. Sinclair, S. Rudriell. Seconi row:
C. Ramsay. K. Hcnchan. M. Stewarcl, R. Weseloh, S. Lovelace, P. Arnolcl, P. Morrison, V. Mettee, M. Engelhart, M. Neilson.
Third row: J. Comh, J. Harharger, B. Reed, E. Montello, L. Kirlcenclali, F. Koch. C. Bilshorough, E. Vvilhoit, D. Manning.
lfathulic Hook Week
Ester Barlnoa, Pat Vvliittalcer and Doris Montgomery loolc over books olisplayed in time
exliilait for Catliolic Boolc Week, wliiclw won first lmonors.
A clruwingj ol fi. flwsh-rl 1
rlynnmir rlmllupioli nl fiawllmlin 1
vnu slmwn in thi- lionlx NN lx
lfallwr fiurclim-r. l.ilc-rm'y lfclilor ol
Arnerico, in an initial visit lo Ilia'
VVPSL pre'-sorllvcl liis vivvvs on llic-
lopicy Hplfllilllflllg Your llhoolc llivll
lvlory l.ouis1- llirlwy. solo clrnnmlisl.
cle-liglilvcl us wi " " 'i ' K 1
lrnyz Q i ' 1 2 ' urry s
lkallwr Alivriic-. flmirnmn ol.
Culliolir Pmoolc W'f1fQk, mul
Carolyn Rmnsny. liilerulurc
Clmirnmn. Clml willi the ilu-
llior ol New Vxforlrls lo live,
lvliss lxflury Kivly. wlio spolce
lo us on -'Your lioolislif-ll' ls
lille-rvslc-cl gopllonlorvs: PJ. .l
Vxfriglit, lf-ll, Ci Vazquez, A
Cola, 'clisvuss lavorile solvf'
lions lroin lim pos-lry display
ilu-ir vlass proviclf-rl lor Calli-
ulim' igilllli XVPQ-lx.
A. Xwillwrs. lc-ill, lvl. l.ynCi1
R. Crm-y iielpcclvarrangir lin
C,alimlict now-ls lor time lrvsli-
man f-xliilyil cl u r i n g Proulx
An inlervsling lcalurcx ol
Calliolic' llnoolc XM-ck was a
cliscnssion ol' Ifclrnurul flurna
pion lay lfvchlyn Vvaugli in
wimirfli Agnes Ann Jones
fctmilvrl, Rulii Ann Keller oil
Calllolic' Cirlis Higli, ancl
.lolm Pmowplvn ol Saint Au-
gnslinf- I-hgh SCi100i partici-
palvcl. lin- group is going
ow-r lim sfripl Willi lrallwr
Alu-rm-, lioolc XM-014 Cliaira
malce music ring throughout the campus.
During the Christmas season they Warmezl our hea
with their Carols, anol their musical haclcgrouncl lor I
Ct ', V
lrlstmas play tool: us hacli to Bethlehem.
The Easter . . , f , a ll? sen
passion play, Barter.
'lihey sang at the Cath l Q
e ra , saint Charles Church, the Nlarine Base Chapel, r
ltw ljorcl Bowl.
tide was made glorious hy these vocal artists t lt
Wflttl the rather sacl notes ol mllhe Farewell Song.. at gracluation, they lJl'0llQl1l
a elose a year ol splendid musical achievement.
l'iltll ,, U 'llle. l.allla lxlae lim-rg, ixlaru-line Yiclovirll. .lllyl 1' VV
lllltrit ia l.y0ll, llettv l"ill4'l'IllilIl, Ali ' f D - t F Xvigel t V lllll B IN lxllc ll le l l
l'Oll'. lelt' to riglll: llilcla Aarslell. Rlllll SlllIllQ Flaw Atta- ln' ' HHN'
Cl ussr, .IIIIV f ler e ' ' '
, , . . -nu, .' ' z -a illltltti, Ellen .lane lfimllf-y. ,l'llK'l'l'Stl
Xll ratll, .lUS0llllllll' Ruiz, l.illtla Dilli, ljatriria Nlefilynn, ljauline English, ljatrieia ljititflitlftl. ljfltlflll rolll: lxllllfilllllil lleraza.
llllyllis Stein, ljatritizl l.awler, Tllircl row: Ellen Ryan, .loan pn-vost. Delia Arevalo, Norma Nir' l Anl ' XV l
Neeollll rlllll: fa 'lille flu ' ' ' ' ' '
o o 1 rl tl it ters.
lrllll ullrllotta, lilsll Rotlrrlclx lxlarrrl l 'lttll l' tri il K ' 1
l I 41 ll0l'1'. il Fi lllgflll. ctlflflil lxllttllllil. ':lf'5l FUIIVI lxl2lfY lgtllf'l0
lrallvl-Q l.l-allllers, l'erll lxlellrles l"1lis'l lIlll'l l l' l5l'l l W
,, . ,f . . , .aeque H10 lley, ,oretta fassirly, fit-orljette llalllill, Ana Nlaria lalllyu, Klar-
lret llexxetl, lxlary' Reilly.
irst mul, lvl-t to ritllltz Nlklfy' Xvilllite, ixlarlvn Stewart A ' X ' 'N i '
Y , nil . Iflfll fillll. l.lllillH'lll l'zlHV'y, le0Sl'Ill2ll'y NNlf'SI'lUll, Sllhnlll Isll'TlLf.
lXatlnll-ell llUll0llitIl, Sylvia Sim l'r, ixlargar-t N'-lxol Data - 1' - - i ' V
l lc s l, rls Nllrorllfr, Nllollll rolll: Betty lo XX riljllt, Rnsvlllary llnyt.
4 " 1 , . lan lwessler, Shirley Xxlilfll, .lllzln Saleslii, Velllla Vvell ll fweliliw ylllit' lull llll Xxlilllltl rl
I Ill lxlflxt llll Ill It , z rl, i ' , 2 - ', Ill' l'flII'I
Xlary l.2tpllIlll'll, Q arlllvll le2llIlStlV, l'4lUl'f'!ll'l' Kill ll l:lll'Il 't llcler l l lrll lrlu r fl lr l l l
flxlll HX ll lun llltf ll V Nl
I Y , , l lOl , ,I "l' 2 l " , 1 ll lsmrollgll, .lalliiv Cullllles, lllall
'. l lol at llalllllv- , l 'arm , irgfinia . ettee, .loan Vvillloit,
'lhe voices ol the Glee Clula have joinecl
1' 's mgjin, Ivfl, lxlmllvllu, D, Nlvrm-slvr, I'
Clinmxing za yn-ur ol clifigr-nl pri
'cr llw music' slum X J
V ' z a " ' Nulion nl
IUYIQ, ' , , , rr .. .. .. 4-xx. . .mx
. , ' , . nun ' - , 4 . 1- 1-1-,
n vi. . . .. . r Ill .
.. 1 ', .. urns, Al. K. Humugmnl, 1. Rum, x
Formallecl and corsagecl, the girls and their es-
corts leave the Academy for the Prom at La Jolla
:smmaaramsxrmsmw: i .
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ijnlriria Arnold is Crowneci Miss flinij. by junior Class oiiiiciers: Helly i.ou Milt-
tilvw anti La Vonne Niontgornery . . . Heart-Hoppers . . . Snacii-tirnc 1... Serving
are .innie Biliffil anci Peggy Aiexancier . . . Just tumbling in: Jackie Harimrger nnci
ifci Nc-eiey enter tilrougim time iweart at tim doorway. A
it ini? YQ Pg it 'f
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Vviien Bev rings time iyeii.
its tamiiiar buzz is accomf
panied by suctcieniy congesteci
PIHHS and time bustier.
Beit time is traffic time.
G. Pitts and D. Klaus Ciaim ttlat a senioris ecil
cation entaiis some eighteen pounds ot lnootxs.
First row, left to rigllt: B. Dun-y, l.. Vvrvsrlmgfirl, lj. Alok
ilIlll4'l', EIlLfi'lll2lft. SUCUINI FOKUS Isllllilrll, KIRIUS,
lluyr-s. fi, Pills. .l. Billfll. l.. Crivvllo.
Q-wha, ff -
im N A
Vvlien the Academy
iniroclucecl lyping into
llme senior program ilmis
yr-ur, lliose wise girls rv-
rl' li ef H021 lvl'
mously lm e Q- n
voiecl the room
Wiili ilu- mosl
.loan Keouglm clelve-s
into flue lalnyrinllm ol geo-
metric langenls. circlvs,
Carol Biisborough and tier
oted ior ciaiiy excursions
our are n W
' ' wiicierness.
ito I4,Sf'OlllilCl0 s
junior Chemistry stu
oi tileir ex-
iiinci tile efforts ,
perimeut on the Ciestruetlv
ciistiiiation oi wood most
1 l: D, iviunningf, P. Rmnsnur, it.
tin-w, P. Xviiitlniu-r, fi. Smitiu.
Vvhen the photographer
Caught the senior English
Class unaware. they were
heing entertained With Z1 ver-
sion oi, UAnnahei Lee."
Dahhing in starch and
poster paints maixes an inter-
esting afternoon. These art
stuctents are eihow deep in
Geraiciim- Donicza. sophoe
more art student. paints nl
I Ixilllll' ili'l'0SS il Vlllly IIUIAC'
'IIXI .I I DNN'
us rurols. yulc-llclv flu-cr.
-1 f mul Izlllow Imrv:
Hanunlingj lm-nmrif-sg ye-l lllllfll morv
XX s linux lo llns I
1 . .
ilf "' I 0l'Il IIIIQPFOCI SOIIQA.
'ls music clm-s u lliglll prolong.
ullly on um- slznr'-Hvflivcl llifflll
X Iunmlrm-fl voiu-s, 'my ruruuc- llglll,
uisc-cl an joyous wvlfmm- Ilylllll
lo fhmclgs UVVII SON, llll' Killg 04' Illlxll.
Hmuglm lulurv fllristllmsfvurol liclm-
XN .Il pn llns mm morx will fxlmlm
iSS, .' ' ' ' ' '.
The Christmas play, Come Let Us Adore Him,
was successfully staged under the direction of Mrs.
VEN ITE ADOREMUS
A silver snow-Heclced mantle
New fallen from the slcies
Has settled soft on quiet ground
And near the Christ lies.
The mist-worn hills of David
Are hent in silent prayer.
The angel choir is humming low
Sweet praise to Savior fair.
Oh, come ye too on Christmasl
Come worship Child divine.
And sing celestial lullahies
To Christ, Godys wondrous Signl
Chosen this year tor the senior class
play, Barter, hy Urban Nagle, was
presented during Holy Week and its
unusual story ot the betrayal ot Christ
did much to put us into the spirit ot
The difficult characterizations were
skillfully handled hy the cast. Their
diligent worlc in strong dramatic roles
was enthusiastically received.
Carol Bilshorough, as a Roman soldier
is shown at death hed scene of Miriam
played hy Anne Jones.
Ins i d Q Lif H
cbllr Jfillfj Or hill' OVVH ilf'f'0I'C
Now liflG6lS lo VV0l'ShiIJ Ullr CIPEIYUSI
,Vllf'Sf' IIOIISPIIOIII CIIUYPS llliil UH
Arc- lu-rs lwvzxllsc-wwf-Il. ifs jus
Vvlly, Ulm why, cfanl flml fwll jus
It S llilrfl Ull !J0ill'fIf"l'S VVIIU Elf!
AAI!! IIQTO Wi' S00 IIOVV il lJ0kil'dl'I
Xvllilll Sally slruggjling will: luis
'During llw clay for sulmjc-ds
The lilmmry fimls fx willing l'PC'lllSf'
Ui a Boarder
Sonic- Iikf- to Clance to ihf- latest
Play lwriclgjv. or oven just plain sit.
ililmougfli tliis is not El neeclecl coursv
Vvimt lmnrclvr woulcln I rifle El
il cfonws from over liill :incl dale.
Our lavoritff will is call lor mail.
At clinncfr eaclm anal all our views
Arch lrooly given on latest news.
illis is llow our lmonrflers lair
kc-vp sucll lustrous, shining lmir.
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Ttlese tiny lots imrrieciiy open
long awaited presents at tiie tmoard-
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Tile fairy land ut' maice imeiic-ve
witii its Ciiarming taies oi' encilanteci
woodlands ami fairy goctmotiwers iias
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Wiary Kay Thompson, Lorraine Vereschagin, Helen
Editor .......................... ,.......... H eien Keriozolas
Literary Editor ............... ................................i.........,......,...................... C aroiyn Ramsay
Business Manager ................ .....r ...,..........................,.....,.................................i....... L o rraine Vereschagin
Photography ,............................,....................................... Dorothy Klaus, Pat Tomas, Bernadette 'Ryan
Reporters ........................ ...... A nne Jones, Ellen Vviihoit, Carol Biishorough, Monica Engeihart,
Mary Kay Thompson, Beatrice Biizzarci, Jane Balch, Peggy Alexander
Art ................ ....................i............................................................................. J oan Nessier, Patricia Vviihite
Typists ............ .................... L ena Criveiio, Dorothy Klaus, Pat Tomas, Gertrude Pitts,
Dolores Schroeder, Dorothy Saunders, Miriam Hayes
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Vvitlmout tlie loyal support of lier assisting officers Carol could never liave so
effectively accomplislmecl all that slle dicl.
Vve owe mucll to tlnese olllicers for their progressive campaign to maize tlte G.A.A.
a vital organization on the campus.
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dynamic and ingenious, Won the honors.
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S Bit-rig. enthusiastic Iiulf- sophomore, aroused new scliool
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