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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS, president Margaret Farrell lleftl, secretary Reita Morey, vice-president
Mary Jo Norman, and treasurer Joni Wantuch take a last look at class symbols: Our Lady of Good
Counsel picture, Ferdinand wearing class beanie, together with senior sweater before parting with
them on Class Day, June 3.
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Memories are all that is left of our senior
year now, but they certainly are wonderful!
We came back to school in September and
silently wondered if we could ever have been
freshmen. Initiation was a highlight for us and
everyone will have to admit the frosh were
Being faithful to our mascot, Ferdinand, our
senior sweater emblems carried his image in
red and white.
We proved to be very able rally organizers
when a "Bop RalIy" for the annual drive was
the most successful of the year.
The traditional Mother's Tea during Ameri-
can Education Week was served by senior class
officers, November 9.
When we gave our last dance, "Stairway to
the Stars," every one agreed it was very suc-
cessful with its starry effect-especially if one
noticed the starry eyes of certain seniors that
December brought the Christmas play, "The
Lost Shepherd." A packed house proved that
our endeavors were a success.
We all know that one of the events which
all seniors cherish most is their last "Father
and Daughter Night." January I8 was the date
this year and remember how surprised we were
when we found out our fathers could iitter bug.
January exams gave us our usual worry but
somehow we all lived through them.
Again successful in the Miss OLP contest, the
coronation dance, "Springtime in Paris" given
by the iuniors was considered the best ever by
all of us.
We started out March with our annual re-
treat, March I-3, under Monsignor Hurd, our
excellent retreat master.
And then of course there was the senior play,
"Look Sunward Angel," with hidden dramatic
talent again found in the senior class.
Time has passed more quickly than ever.
Graduation fever was upon us by May. Senior
pictures were being signed, caps and gowns
fitted, and college entrance applications re-
turned. Final exams rewarded us with a silent
assurance that we had earned the title "Gradu-
ates." And now as we are patiently awaiting
June 6, our years at the Academy seem the
happiest that we have ever spent.
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likes to play badminton and ping-pong 3
. . . will miss the chapel, point, and mile H' I A-
walk . . . dislikes her baoks . . . can always I
daydream to "Secret Love" . . . plans to be
teacher . . . enioys chatting with the girls V .E N
al the lunch table . . . can be heard saying,
Arl l, ll
Fighting 69th III
Dramalics Il, Ill
Glee Club I
Inner Circle l, ll
will always like, "Hold my Hand" . . .
had good times in biology class . . . defin-
itely plans marriage and possibly nursing
. . . will never forget the "Football Prom
'54" . . . likes to spend time singing . . .
could never adiust herself to snoopy people.
Class Cheerleader IV
Glee Club I
Christmas Play IV
Marian Pageant IV
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