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Page 75 text:
FATHER JAMES T.
BOOTH, JCD, who
gives instructions on
marriage for the sen-
iors, answers ques-
tions for Mary Ellen
Voigt, Catherine lr-
vine, Patricia Mul-
cahy, and Reita
Morey before class
on Wednesday morn-
e come M i ion Cgnftfrucfor,
cilefcl HUA journamenf pregminaried
First on the agenda for the ASB during the
third quarter was the semi-formal "Springtime
in Paris" sponsored by the iunior class on Fri-
day, February l8, to honor Miss OLP, Jean
On Monday, February 28, the girls heard
Miss Louise Hickey, solo-dramatist, present the
play, "Life With Father."
Performing with students from other Catholic
high schools, seniors Louise Myers and Mary Jo
Norman represented the Academy on March 5-6
in Father John R. Aherne's production, "Bar-
Moreno lleftl, Mar-
gery Stover, Bertha
Herrero, and Sue
Adkins are pictured
discussing "The Cho-
sen," while rehears-
ing for the Book
Tournament held in
the fourth quarter.
Under the capable
leadership of Bertha
this group took first
place in the com-
retts of Wimpole Street."
Eleven girls from the Academy attended the
second annual Teen-Age Traffic Safety Con-
ference, Friday, March 25, in Balboa Park.
Winning many prizes in the Science Fair,
Cathedral auditorium, for Catholic schools on
Sunday, March 27, were iunior and senior stu-
dents from the Academy.
From March 28 to April l the annual celebra-
tion of Vocation Week took place, featuring
speakers and a dramatic presentation.
Page 74 text:
GAA SPONSORED ITS annual skating party, January 12. Acaclemisses donned their skates for an
afternoon of fun and falls. Senior Evelyn Olson won the traditional musical card stunt.
PATRICIA HOLLOWAY AND Margaret Hunt lrightl smile their approval of the party.
Captained by senior Yolanda Contreras, the Academy varsity took
honors in losing only one of their four games. Defeating Rosary High School,
I5-12, I5-13, Regina Coeli Acacfemy, I5-I3, I5-9, I5-3, and Cathedral
High School I6-I4, I5-O, I5-5, they bowed on to St. Mary's Academy's
"Belles" in Los Angeles, who tallied the score to I5-IO, 9-15, and I5-3.
Plaudits also go to the senior class volleyball team who were victori-
ous in all their inter-mural games completing the third straight year as
A GAA-sponsored party, January 12, gave skaters a chance to prove
their ability, with only a few bruises and blisters resulting.
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LEAVING FOR LOS Angeles to compete in a traditional volleyball game with St. Mary's Academy,
members of the varsity and loyal supporters of Villa Montemar are accompanied by Sister Mary Claire,
Sister Margaret Leo, Sister Aileen Francis, and Sister Mary Lawrence.
Page 76 text:
ROBERT BROWNING Uohn Hutchinsonl speaks to his invalid lady-love, Elizabeth Barrett iLouise
Myersl after she has written to him concerning her deep admiration of his poetry. Elizabeth's sisters
Arabel lstanding, Anne Collinsl, and Henrietta iMary Jo Normanl sympathize with her after she
decided to marry Robert Browning against her father's wishes.
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Students of Cathedral, Regina Coeli, Rosary,
St. Augustine, and Our Lady of Peace partici-
pated in the "Barretts of Wimpole Street," pro-
duced and directed by the Reverend John R.
Aherne, OSA. The play, written by Rudolf Be-
seir, took place in St. Augustine's gymnasium
March 5-6, originally intended to mark Catholic
Heading the cast of the love story of Vic-
torian poets, Elizabeth Barrett and Robert
Browning, was Louise Myers lAcademyl who
portrayed Elizabeth Barrett. Others in the play
included John Hutchinson lSaintsl, Robert
Browning, Mary Jo Norman lAcademyl, Hen-
rietta Barrett, Anne Collins iRegina Coelil,
Arabel Barrett, Richard Corbin lSaintsl, Doctor
Chambers, Beverly Johnson lRosaryl, Wilson,
the maid, and Julia Hiorth iCathedrall, Bella,
Through correspondence, Miss Barrett fell in
love with the poet, Robert Browning. Elizabeth's
possessive father, jealous of her growing love,
selfishly placed seemingly insurmountable ob-
stacles in the lovers' path. He forbade his
daughter to marry Robert, but she chose to dis-
regard his wishes and become Mrs, Robert
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