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Page 33 text:
. . . Strengthens School Spirit
We learn by doing. Hence, freshmen and sophomores
learn the spirit of Hallahan through participation in its oppor-
tunities. The war presented needs which called for special
skills and sacrifice of leisure. Girls who like to knit plied busy
needles in the making of afghans. The sale of stamps and
bonds became a school project which reached its climax in the
purchase of a bomber and its second peak in the month of
April in the procurement of l34 jeeps. ln this effort to aid the
war, sophomores and freshmen did a magnificent share.
They took their places as representatives of their respective
sections and improved their knowledge of student government.
Alert and interested, they lost no opportunity to know their
school better and to get the most from its advantages.
The Easter retreat was an unprecedented experience for
the freshmen. Many of the sophomores, in the annex for the
preceding year, found the experience new and delightful.
Socially, mentally, and spiritually the undergraduates
grew-not like Topsy but in the spirit of their school.
Pictured are Mary E. Shaughnesy. Mary T. C. Gallagher, and Catherine Tuccio.
These girls are knitting an afghan which is designed to aid the war ettort.
Top row: Margaret Boland. Anne Gallagher, Mary Marsh.
Florence McTaggart. Lower row: Angela DeMarco and
Freshmen harpists Marie Sankey, Esma Vergara. and.
Mary Rodgers pose with their teacher. Maryiane Mayhew
Barton. Their class is proud oi their progress.
Page 35 text:
The Junior Jliss Takes A Bow
Mary Dee, Claire Webster. Irene Nagurny, and
Antoinette Montone take advantage of the
vocational art course, which is iust one among
the many cultural advantages offered by
Hallahan for training students for the future.
One of the phases of Iunior Religion deals with the
Protestant Revolt. Here. Edna Smith discusses at
the blackboard the causes lor the Protestant Revolt
and the weakening of the Catholic Faith as a result.
Anne Kovac listens attentively to her fellow student.
Dates. dates, dates, and more dates! American History
is sometimes confusing. but yet very interesting. Alice
Daly likes to remember her dates as does Mary
Iane Ulseton. Many Iuniors consider history listed lirst
among all favored subiects for its incomparable value.
There's never a dull moment in a Iunior History class.
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