Catholic High School For Girls - Silver Sands Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

 - Class of 1937

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Stones Essays Poems Features People Book REVIEWS Contents AFTERINIATH Lucille judge 38 A PRODIGAL RETURNS Berenue Ro c 38 ELI AH"' Marv Rlta Hexden PRIDE GOETH BEFORE MARX KLEQCHICII 38 ESTII LF TLRNPR 39 MADr1 me ANQLIN 39 MARY GANNON 38 A TASTE FOR TIES? Helen Woods 3 AN EIGHTEEN YEAR OLD HE KRT Emma Learx THE WAILING XVALL0' Helen Gushue THE OLD CLOCKS STORY FRANCrs SIIAv1c,Ls 38 ELI ABETH OHANLON 38 A XVOMANI S PRIVILEGE Aww. LYNCH 38 MARY XVATSON 8 SUSANLCGIIICTITIE Copeland 40 A DAUGHTER IN PHILADELPHIA jane Wllsovl 39 PEDDLING Kathleen McNulty WE NVENT TO THE ZOO3' MHTIQWHC FIEZPGEVLC I SPEAK NVITH FEELING Elxzabezlz Dorlon 39 CRAB COMPLEX Adelmc Nfarr 39 VIVE LE TRACY Lzllzan Tracy 39 GET THE POINT Mary Trotta 38 HIS KINGDOM FOR A HORSE Ellsabetlz Donaldxon 40 LIKE UNTO A SMILE Marx Rxta Hndew 38 DEFINITIONS lvIAR1r CANANAI fH 38 EMILY LITTIB 38 HANNAH Loc LL 38 MARIE MCWLLTY 8 JANET SWEENEY 38 FOG AND WATERFALLA Mary Rzta Hexden 38 4 SPECIAL DELIVERY Geneuew Vvnglew THE STEPPING STONE A Play Maize Cauanalcgk 38 MAR11 CANANALKH 38 MARY RIN Hwnrx ANNI LYNPH 38 BIRI-NICL KOLBE 38 Grwnxxive WRICLEY 38 Illu trated 1 . 1 A" F- I . .-K ..,, ....................,.......,,.....,,.....v.... ...,....-...,,V..,.....,..,.......,...,., I I. - - ' lb ' I -I I ' Y' , '38 ............,......,.......4.,...,,.....,.........,,...................,............. ........ , . . v w ' . if -, , Ly v v q I I I, '- , ' .,.....,.... , ...............,. . ..,....,.....,.,,....... .... . f f I - 'Ig '38 ...... ., .... ......,....,,............ ,. ..,... .. "- , '38, ..,...................,........,................................. ,... I . , -. . , ,. ' 1 1- I I I Z I , . I ..... , ........ ,, ...,..,.............,........................................ ,.... . . ,.,.... .............. , . I I 7 I', , . I', '3 . I ' - , '38 .................. , .... . .............. ,,.... . .,...................... ....... ,.,... . . . Q 4 ' A '39. ....... . ..,.4,.........,. . ....,.., . ............,.... . . . . I . . q . . I . . . "A I I I , A ,., ....... , ...,......,..,.. . ...............,.. ..., .............,. - I I. N , , ,, - I 1 A . ,I , . A I I I 2'l, l . 'N I - I ' , 3 Y I I I -I ' 1' ,I .................. .......... , .... . ..4......,... , . ,. 0 - ' ' ' ,.... ..........,..........,.....,.....................,....,,,....... ,..., .,.. . . 2 ' '. fi , ' I ' 1 ' Lf, '38 Y I 7 I 1 I , I ' Y 'I . , ,I , , . v ' :I " ' I , Q :Qi S



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By LUCILLE JUDGE 38 IERRE LECOMPS car swrrled through the rustrc xron gates at the foot of the slope An up and down land of velvety green wlth crooked dusty paths woven mto nts pattern lay before h1m and upon the top of the hxll was Samtorxum 1n Memonam Thrs prcturesque scene was graced by two figures one aged and stooped the other youthful and sturdy The younger man cont1nued h1s walk alone however as a cnsp whxte clad nurse led the older man rn doors The other turned attracted by the lusty honk1ng of Pxerres horn Pxerre sxghed lt was Henn' A slow sm1le of gen uxne pleasure and srncere affectron l1t lus face as hc watched the rapld approach of lus boyhood chuxn How could he be angry w1th Henrx7 How could anyone be angry wrth one so noble and gentle natured7 Nevertheless he was keenly aware that he had come to speak strongly to Henrr and nothmg vtould deter h1m no nothmg' The palr greeted each other boxsterously and backs were pounded vrgorously but Prerres mxen changed qurckly and he eyed h1 compan on 9Cf10USlY Henrx why have you done thrs rejected an offer to teach at one of our greatest UHIVCISIUCS grven up an opportumty of future greatness and success to devote your lrfe to the care of helpless mcurablc veterans? It IS msane No Plerre lt IS my lxfe Henrr smlled and con trnued solrcxtously Come you mu t be th1rst, after your long nde Presently arm rn arm they strode across the lawn toward Ir1err1s qt. c They toasted each other m a drmly hffhted s1tt1n room Henrr glanced confidently at Plerre and pro' ceeded to explam Late rn February a patrcnt totally bund was brought to me for treatment H1 name was acques Durlng h1s V1S1tS he told me a most pathetlc story the story of h1s lmfe When France was threatened by our ne1ghbors across the Rhme he ansvxered the call and trooped away with the marclung men leavmg behxnd h1s w1fe and son and all hrs worldly possessrons You remember surely SILVER SANDS AFTERM TH And every man must choose he way has soul shall go the weepmg and sorrow of the women and chrldren durmg those horrxble days It was not easy for jacques to leave knowrng too well that he mlght never see them aga1n Hrs dear ones were far from the lightmg at first far from the danger that lurked 1n the front llne trenches but as the enemy pressed deeper came the Frrst Battle of the Marne jacques jomed 1n the splnted cry They shall not pass Henrl paused stanng 1nto space How vxell both remembercd They dxd not pass but bloodshed and death enveloped the entrre country Horror and de structron were everywhere as cannons boomed m chxne guns stuttered and planes zoomed overhead carrymg death for those below Homes and vlllages were destroyed tl' worklnvs of gcraeratlons hat c c,l as rf they were trrfles and the flower of French youth anmhllated Yet shoulder to shoulder the staunch patrrots fought wlth no commumcatxon from the1r homes never knowlng whether thelr loved ones were l1V1Dg or dead Henr1 cont1nued It was durxng Frances greatest hour of perrl that Jacques was serrously wounded He and for days lay unconscious hovermg between l1fe and death Many months of convalescence followed and at last he was drscharged It was then he re cerved the tragxc news that h1s w1fe and son had been k1lled and h1s vrllavc evacuated Jacques was extended a furlough of a few weeks o that he mlght return home and verrfy the rumor He found the v1llage deserted a mass of shattered ru1ns Gnef strxcken and determmed to avenge the death of his w1fe and son jacques returned to h1s regnncnt He fought fanat1cally savagely wxth seemmgly mex haustlble enerffy some thought h1m a manlac Then lt came peace and the never tobe forgot ten stillness the mornlng the Afm1St1C6 was slgned and the cheerlng and the merrymakmg of the sol dxers rejolcxng at the good news But for jacques such happ1ness was short l1ved for h1s spmts were quenched at the thought of h1s w1fe and son So once agarn jacques returned home or rather to 7 ff I I 1 ' I, I ' I , . , , . . , , . u . Y . ,, . . ' a : , . . . . . . . , ,,, , , . . f . i , . . . y 4 n Q , . , ' ' Q ss ss - ' 1 ' 9 ' f . . , ' . . 1 ' 4 a , a' - . I 1 w . , , t N ' Q ' ' , .e ' U ' . ' . s t rv I , . . 1 . ' , , . , . . . . . I . Y . . . u , - , , . . Q . . . U I . , ' 's , i r ' . ' -- - - a was taken to a field hosp1tal wxth thousands of others , 7 . . . . . . . , Y V 9 ' , . . .. . sv. . . . . q . . I D ' . s s - V ' D I . - - - , .. , Y S . V - A s - ,. . . ' 3 a . . . I 1 " 'art-rs. 1 ' . ' 1' . . . . . U , lo cv . . . . l l ' ' . . , , , " ' ', v- - C, 1 . ' r 5 . . . . ' H ' f , 1 f . s - - , J ' . . . . - ' ' ' ' , . , . . . . . -w . Ki ' I S Y 7 i

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