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In a freshman class of World History, Teresa Quinn
has just discussed the Austrian Empire, while Ann
Curran is locating that vast and important territory
on the map. First year history covers the period of
time from primitive man to the Middle Ages. This
lesson gives to the students an appreciation for the
ancient art and culture. lt's interesting-really!
Delight in the new religion texts, "The
Way, The Truth and the Life," is being
registered by freshman reader Elizabeth
Aylmer and received enthusiastically by
her classmates. Pictured in the foreground
are: Margaret Kriebel, Eileen McCarthy.
Nancy Inforzata, Barbara Iulieno, Noreen
Lydon. Mary Mcllrdle.
Freshmen are the newest comers to Hallahan and they bring with them
vitality, new ideas, and determination to help their school rank as the finest
in the land. The present freshman class consisting of eight hundred high
spirited students will probably go down in history as one of its most coopera-
tive classes. This custom of coming to school by trolley, of having six or seven
different teachers, of studying French and Latin, of Wearing the coveted
Hallahan uniform is all new and Wonderful to them. They have also made a
significant contribution to the War effort of our school. ln sport activities the
freshmen are not found lacking in ability to participate in class basketball
and on hockey teams. ln the field of music the freshman orchestra stands out
as a great achievement. On the honor roll may be found the names of many
first year students, indicating that intelligence is the mainstay of the class
of forty-seven. ln this year the freshmen who really have what it takes lay
the foundation of a happy high school career. Our school motto Aptate
Lampades Vestras applies to this class, for they keep trimmed their lamps.
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