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Page 11 text:
Joan Scherer direcfs The Lafin play "The Slave Girl" as
The Tamily Joan Canavin, Joan Lufher, and Jeanne Rab-
biTT discover Through Bunny Hadden Their daugh+er,
The sophomore class This year can boasT oT
being The largesT class. ln SepTeml:Jer, Mary
McGill leTT To enTer Mercy Academy, while Joan
Manning came To Cecilian Trom Mercy Acad-
emy. In March, Theresa Morris came To us from
PiTTsTon. No longer The younqesT in The school,
The sophomores acquire ThaT digniTy and sophis-
TicaTion ThaT go wiTh The upperclassmen. Whole-
hearTeclly They sponsored The iniTiaTion TesTivi4
Ties on Hailoweien which were enjoyed by The
enTire sTudenT body.
LaTin Week saw The sophomores parTicipaTe
in The many acTiviTies sponsored by The Classical
SocieTy. They performed especially well in Their
LaTin dramaTizaTion. Those who Took parTs were
Jeanne RabbiTT, Alice Hadden, Claire Cisario,
Joan LuTher, Joan Canavin, Anne Connor, Mari-
l::eTh Sosna and direcTor, Joan Scherer.
Biology sfudenis are Marie Lyons, Grace Scally, Joan
Sfrenlr, Barbara Luke, Florence Barr. Agnes Gerdelman,
Jane Gavaghan, Joan Gaffney, Geraldine Whifeheacl,
Joan Manning, Yvonne Turchi. In The background are
Alma Friel, Mary McErlean and Mary Cornely.
Page 10 text:
A ,.V, 0,-
Tricia Hills and Louise Burgoyne wifh arT ediTor,
Bobbie Morris. Many oT The splendid conTribu-
Tions To The liTerary ediTion came from This
GreaT inTeresT in currenT hisTory has been
aroused in The members oi The American His-
Tory class by Their parTicipaTion in meeTinqs oT
The CaTholic STudenT Forum was inauguraTed
in The beginning oT The loresenT school year aT
The requesT of The Reverend Edward Reilly, Su-
perinTendenT of The schools of Philadelphia, lT
has been mosT beneficial in presenTing The CaTh-
Peggy Jo Richey. Joanne Ansman, Ther-
esa Chieffalo, Connie Heelrin and Joan
McLaughlin por+ray The Spanish cus-
Torn, La Posada, commemorafing The
search of Mary and Joseph for shelTer.
The play helped The sTudenT assembly fo
undersfand belfer The cusforns ol The
Pidured are our Two prize-winning Laiin
sfudenfs, Mary Lou Delaney and Louise
Burgoyne. Louise received firsT prize
while Mary Lou received firsf honorable
meniion for iheir Lafin Week essays-
"Lafin in Modern Adverfisemenfn. Bofh
girls deserve commendafion.
olic viewpoinT on viTal subiecTs and promises To
do much in developing TuTure ciTizens who will
be able To cope wiTh predicTed siTuaTions.
Twice Nancy O Donnel was chosen as a sTu-
denT leader in The meeTinqs oT The Foreign
Policy AssociaTion held aT The Bellevue-STraT-
LaTin Tame came To The iunior class as a re-
sulT oT The LaTin Weelc essay conTesT, FirsT
prize was awarded Louise Burgoyne, while TirsT
Honorable MenTion was accorded Mary Lou
Delaney. Over live hundred schools parTici-
Page 12 text:
SHETEH THE S BJEET . ..
AT The TirsT r'neeTing oT The sophomore moTh-
ers Tor The annual card parTy, l-lelene Millers
moTher was elecTed chairwoman. Through her
unTiring eTlorTs TogeTher wiTh Those oT The oTher
sophomore moThers This yearis card parTy was
an overwhelming success. Good worlc, sopho-
In preparaTion Tor The card parTy The sopho-
mores give a dramaTizaTion. This year's produc-
Tion was enTiTled, "The College STiclc.' Those
parTicipaTing in This hilarious play were Yvonne
Turchi, The College STiclc, Joan Scherer, Mari-
be'rh Sosna, Helene Miller, CharloTTe Burns, Joan
GaTTney, Barbara Lulce, Florence Barr, Joan Can-
avin, Joan l.uTher, Grace Scally, Barbara SchaeT-
Ter. Everyone enioyed The periormance which
was worTh all The Time and eT'lorT The girls spenT
in producing iT,
Special menTion musT be made of The SigneT
f'XrT ediTors, Joan Canavin and Marie l-lorgan.
ThroughouT The liTerary issue, These girls' illus-
TraTions showed Tine craTTsmanship in The cuTTing
of Iinaleum bloclcs. Lilcewise, conTribuTors lvlary
MargareT Egan and Bunny hlaclden, as well as
The many oTher poem conTribuTors deserve praise
Tor Their liTerary eTTorTs.
DoTTom row: Rosemary Nugent Yvonne Turchi, Mary
Cornefy, Joan Manning, Florence Barr, Teresa McErlean,
Geraldine WhiTel'uead. Second row: Joan Sh-enk, Grace
Scally, Anne Connor, Jane Gavaqhan, Claire Cisario,
Barbara Schaeffer, Marie Lyons, Joan Gaffney. Third row:
Alma Friel, Helene Miller, Maribefh Sosna, Alice Hadden,
Jeanne RabbiTT, Berenice Casey, Frances Dolan, Barbara
Lulxe. Top row: Jane Duclrworfh, Joan Canavin, Agnes
Gerdleman, Mary Margarel Egan, Charloffe Burns, Joan
LuTher, Joan Scherer, Marie Horgan.
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