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Page 50 text:
Blue is for Loyalty!
The duties of Vice-President Elizabeth Hastings has been associated with Our capable Secretary, Eileen
are Grace I-'letcher's: all agree student government since her entrance to our Quigley. keeps accurate records
she performs them diligently. school. She. therefore. fulfills her duties ol student council meetings.
as President with ability, poise, and dignity.
Student government is student participation
in the government of the school. Every girl is
expected to take part in it by observing and
respecting the rules and regulations of the
organization. Student Councilors, elected by
their fellow students and approved by the
faculty, direct traffic, help keep order in the
study hall and cafeteria, and inform the stu-
dents about new school regulations. They also
study the students' opinions so that they may
more successfully represent them at the coun-
cil meetings held every two Weeks. Here dif-
ficulties are discussed and beneficial sugges-
The blue ribbon is the councilor's badge of
fidelity. By giving their time and energy to the . fe ee
betterment of the school, they live up to their
installation oath. They more than merit our
respect, gratitude, and admiration.
Chief Iustice Margaret A. Carroll took an active part in
the proceedings at the Alumnae's breakfast. Seated beside
her is a well-loved former faculty member. Sister Giovanni.
Page 49 text:
Yitulized us Students Fuee the Future
In the above pictures we note Yola Garuli
and Helen Kelly at the blackboard.
Classmates Margaret Doman. Gladys
Estabrook. Mary Hern are satislied to
watch from their places. At right. French
IV students Anne Bodalski, Rosemary
Drudy, Rose di Luzio. Mary Dunn, Kathleen
Harrigan, and lane Gavula read periodi-
cals all written in their adopted tongue.
Every day this second period Latin IV class brings to lile the well-known
"dead language." While Rosemary Drudy reads trom her textbook, Gloria
Corbo displays her Latin scholarship on the blackboard. Their fellow class-
mates, including seniors Anne Bodalski and Dorothy Burton, seated
in the first aisle. are carefully weighing the entire situation.
Page 51 text:
.Meet the Girls W'ho Wear It
Margaret Carroll. Regina Fahy. Anna Bodalski. Patricia McLaughlin, Margaret Moran. Marie Naughton, Doris
Bovio. Iustina Cusanelli, Ieanne di Toro, Virginia Everly. Nicholson. Elizabeth O'Hara. Rosalie Payne. Rita Regan.
Madeline Fay. Catherine Fields. Catherine Iones, Agnes Kathleen Sharkey. Celine Sweeney. Patricia Tiqhe. Anne
Kresowata. Anna Logan, Elizabeth Mackle. Catherine Whyte.
A trio of favorites-our A. A. officials! Nancy skillful managing of our sports events is due to hard-
Smalley, President. is also known tor her energetic working Anne Hoffman: Vice-President Kathleen O'
basketball playing. as a member of our varsity. The Malley is another varsity star and all-round athlete.
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