Mount St Joseph Academy - Sheaf Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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Babs "I do not use peroxide!" . . . the Bakery and Beach Haven . . . soft spoken . . . constant optimist . . . frank . . . "No kidding!" . . . The male always comes through. HELEN CECILIA BRANAGAN BARBARA ANN BRITT Helen Sporty little miss with an Oxford accent . . . "savoir faire" . . . yen for Va. men . . . essence of loquacity . . . President of Acadram . . . "Our Joe says" . . . better late than never. if Dolores Passion for purple . . . "White Shoulf ders" . . . bewildered look . . . glamf orous lashes . . . German Beauty . . . "To Each His Own" . . . Semper Fidelis. CONSTANCE AUDREY BUCHSE DOLORES VERONICA BUCHSE Connie Babyfblue eyes . . . L'Prisoner of Love" . . . intimate with the inflaws . . . favorite with the Palm Sunday judges . . . Erlen football footer . . . gets an uplift from upsweeps. 10 QOSEMARIE AGNES CALLAGHAN jean Petite and pensive . . . baby of the class . . . helpful little miss . . . Ardf more bound . , . poetic inclinations . . . all gears . . . "Uh, that class." ll Fuzzy Dorothy Dix of the class . . . arguf mentative . . . 'BI mean" . . .violinist ...cute . . . light on her feet . .. "The 23 trolley was blocked" . . . M.S.j.'s competition for the Met. JEAN LOLEAN CARLEY F 6. Mary C. Vogue fashionfplate . . . "huddy" . . . classic clown . . . Penn rooter . . . 4-5 "Dou't tell my sister Pat!" . . . S'l'lide the scissors, here's Mary" , . . versatile hairfdo's. MARY CONSTANCE CARROLL MARY ELLEN CARROLL Mary Ellen The Midgets' Idol . . . O. C. booster . . . "Oh, he's just a huddy" . . .our athlete . . . that devilish look. . . Lafayette . . .vaguely sophisticated . . . trapping! . . . M. E. C. l Nancy "Curly" . . . Irish and superstitious . . . arrives on the dot, a half hour later . . . serious scatterbrain . . . 'Tm glad I did it" . . . enviable complexion . . . machinefgun chatter. DOLORES HELEN CECIL NANCY ELEANOR COLEMAN Cer: "Sizzle" . . . superfsensitive . . . friend in a million . . . varied date book . . . "I prefer" . . . neat . . . Varsity . .. "Daddy, see me." 15 Babs Carrotftop . . . dancing damsel . . . cowgirl version of "There's a New Moon Over My Shoulder" . . . comedienne . . . green eyes and freckles . . . everybody's pal. MARINA LUISA COMAS ANNE MARIE COONEY Marina La diligente senorita . . . our sacristan . . . platform shoes . . . "I don't know a thing" . . . prolicient musician . . . sweetness personified . . . "In Puerto Rico, we . . . " Mau1ee11 The Voice . . . G. B. or not G. B. . .. Mary, Queen of Scots . . . Wahoofwa . . . vivacious . . . Cape May . . . whimsical, but wise, . . . her crown' ing glory. MAUREEN ANN CROWE GLORIA CHRISTINE DeGENNARO Glo "Bunny" . . . bobbyfsoxer . . . who is Mr. X? . . . cowfeyes . . . Skates to the tune of "jersey Bounce" . . . "Wait 'til I tell you!" . . . maritime pursuits. rf ll.- EUGENIA ANGELA DZIWURA jeanie Pumpkin Pie Queen . . . 'Tm scared! . . . naive . . . subtle sense of humor . . . "But, why?" . . . never lacks a date . . . good cook. MARGUERITE MARY FARLEY Marge Unconscious humor . . . thoughtful . . . studious . . . ever blooming roses in her cheeks . . . flashing blue eyes . . . mathematician . . . "I know it, but I just can't say it." M ary Blondie . . . "all righty" . . . black glasses and Russian sable . . . she prefers a Mercury . . . Aldrich family's latest addition . . . the new look . . . cooking lessons. THERESA VICTORIA FELIX MARY JOSEPHINE FENERTY Tessie Fortissimo on the 88 . . . giggles . . . mickeyfbows . . . faithful fan of the Lighthouse soccer team . . . "My baby sister" . . . "Oh, kid, whatfll I do?" . . . Teesee. 17 joan The Drawl . . . horses, horses . . . atf tempts at sophistication . . . parties at Gallaghers . . . helpless at times . . . swings a mean golf club. HELENE MARY FGLZ JOAN ELIZABETH GALLAGHER Lee Smiling eyes . . . Wildwood . . . South America, take her away . . . arguf mentative . . . Mayfair Madcap . . . "Cookie" . . . Cheshire grin. MARY PATRICIA GALLAGHER M wriel "State of Brooklyn" . . . tapfdancer . . . big blue eyes . . . tweezers . . . "Read that book!" . . . ambitious . . "Had a perfectly marvelous time." 19 Pat Ten o'clock scholar . . . the bluff. . . hockey star . . . "He's nice, but" . . . free taxi service . . . lithe . . . Walking convent directory. MURIEL MARY GARDNER Del Exhibitionist fron Venezuela . . . def termined as "el burrito" . . . Park Avenue swagger . . . "I Wish my hair would growf' . . . sports fan . . . budf ding artist . . . "Frenesi". DELIA MARIE HEUER ANNA PATRICIA HOBAN Nancy Fetching Irish grin . . . sincere . . . animals' friend . . . determined spin' ster . . . oh, those eyes . . . China' bound . . . "Say, did I tell you?" 20 Jayne "Jayne with a 'y' please!" . . . John . . . our little white rabbit . . . Darling in Denims . . . Money Island . . . ring giver . . . that streak . . . "You're so right!" JOAN MARGARET HOFFMAN JAYNE JOSEPHINE HUGHES joan "Termite" . . . lovable . . . the outf stretched hand . . . "Mea Culpa" . . . expressive eyes . . . . . . wacky over . . . slight, but dynamic . . . versatile. Z1 Shirley Shining black tresses . . . "It called me!" . . . her interest in Oak Lane . . . long skirts . . . "wheels" . . . 'Tm smiling with tears in my eyes" . . . daily diet of dodges. PAULINE MARIE JARVIS SHIRLEY MARY JOHNSON Pauline Haverford ho! . . . quiet . . . Oh, that train ride . . . good looking men . . . Cape May Point . . . "Is there anyf thing I can do?" 22 Kathy Easton's Advertising Agency . . . low voice . . . attractive smile . . . choice of dates . . . a "let's nothurryuattitude . . . Oxford English, at times . . . "my braces." KATHRYN JULIA KENNEDY ANN MARTINA MCCLOSKEY Nancy Sweet and slender . . . jerry . . . the green ring . . . designer at heart . . . strawberry blonde . . . up on current events . . . Susie Stenog. 23 EILEEN BERNICE MCDEVITT Zavma Frank Sinatra's pen pal . . . slow but sure . . . dimplecl, waxfdoll mien . . . "Why worry?" . . . twelve aspirins a day keep those ailments away . . . Pied Piper ambitions. 24 Eileen "Dimples" . . . "My Mommie says" . . . dating authority . . . furs and black nylons . . . lost without a car . . . 'Tm in a rut V' . . . Communists are out! ROZANNE MARIE MCGRATH Blanche Our best bet for class president . . . congenial . . . "l'll try" . . . popular parents . . . eflicient . . . that laugh! . . . artistic . . . the eyes have it! MARY CECELIA MERZ BLANCHE MARIA PALACIO M ary The Pose . . . danceuse . . . "Explain the joke, please" . . . Mademoiselle la presidente . . . Pepsodent ad . . . flat' foot Boogie . . . cheerleader. i 25 Mary jean Cloudfcapped . . . her famous brother Glen . . . "I'm proud of New jersey" . . . always ready with a joke . . . "Needles" . . . crazy about LaSalle . . . "You don't say." 4 l ROSEMARY ANNE REILLY MARY JEAN ROBERTSON Rosemary Infectious grin . . . "Just a friend" . . . put the punch in the Tea Dance . . . unhurried gait . . . family UD parties . . . rnorfTitian . . . the Business Head. Madge Cute . . . Lighthouse soccer fan . . . black Plymouth . . . "You Do" . . . popular . . . those new blonde locks . . . "Does my hair look all right?" MADELEINE ELIZABETH ROONEY ANNE MARY RYAN Anne Crazy over horses . . . High heels raise her morale . . . selffstyled me' chanic . . . "Oh my golly!" . . . quick tempered . . . party gal . . . rhumba enthusiast. 27 JUAN MARY SCHMITT Mary The Mount's June Allyson . . . pearly teeth .. . . Wednesday night phone calls . . . Prep rooter . . . "Know what?" . . . black dresses "Charge it, please." 28 joan Our gofbetween . . . evenftempered . . . good looking . , . "The next one who speaks" . . . Student Council President . . . "It's a matter of prinf ciple!" . . . childlike faith in human nature. MARY ELIZABETH SCHREIBER Rode! Perfect emcee . . . flapper . . . "Deny it!" . . . blushing Rosie . . . "My Bucky" . . . high, high heels and long, long skirts . . . flashing smile. ANNE PATRICIA TONER .fum ROSEMARY ANNE TOOHEY A Anne Typical American girl look . . . latent ballet talent . . . The Mount's public address system . . . Latin Club Presif dent . . . nomadic tendencies . . . def cided opinions . . . a sarcastic "thanks" joan The Splinter . . . gullible . . . blissful ignorance . . . education, the way of life . . . ardent artist . . . H2O,? . . . "Do you really think so?" . . . nice! MARY THERESE WALTERS fs 'hy k.,,, -f - f Nl., l JOAN FRANCELINE WARD Terry Belle of Wawa . . . blase . . . sleepy' time gal . . . weekends at Lafayette . . . mysterious eyes . . . terror on the court . . . blushes. 30 JOAN THERESE WATERS Ellen Sparkling smile . . . wings on her feet . . . dancing eyes . . . easy going . . . "How vile!" . . . cheers for Ventnor . . . Wenz No. 3. 31 joan A pert pug nose . . . "Oh, that's my cousin" . . . impulsive . . . glorified iggles . . . "they call it dancing" . . . c e . . . congenial cutie . . . senti- E kl mental. ELLEN MARIE WENZ M ary I l ,f Humorous . . . peacemaker . . . never I I lost for words . . . sole believer in her slenderness . . . honest as can be . . . Irish . . . mischievous grin. MARY FRANCES WILKIN MILDRED JULIE ZUSSY Zus Innocent look . . . Jailbird . . . Prefect of Sodality . . . photogenic . . . "Know what I did?" . . . "Okay, George" . . . 16th credit? Farewell Farewell to thee, dear school of golden days. We seniors leave our carefree ways behind. But in our hearts the richer song still stays, Its mem'ries and gay notes our hearts entwine Haunted halls our secrets still contain, Laughter, sounding loud from room to room, And among the paths that same refrain, Senior days are ended all too soon. 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Tlurd Row: Eleanor O'Connell, -loan Popper, Grace Rhoads, Dolores jones, Mary Lou Best, Anne Niehaus, Ann Kolb, La Vonne Lawrence, Margaret Flannery, Barbara Ann Havas. Second Row: Mary Chester, Dolores Roscovich, Geraldine Shute, Ann Wilson, Nancy Greene, Ann Bryan, Rose Hetherington, Patricia McGuire, jean Lane. First Row: Mary Diorio, Mercedes Vinas, Ilinna Arana, Marian Knowles, Frances Billera, Marie Sanzarc. uniorfi ar l 1 ,. ,vu Fmmli Row: Frances Hylanil, l'.1trici.i Scanlain, Mziry Miirtirc, Eilccn Sullivan, Carolyn Taylor, -Igicquclim' Hicrliolzcr. Tliinl Row. M.irg.iri't O'Ncill, Rita Donnelly, Ann Bell, joan Tierney, Lorraine Scdlock, Nancy Wcihind, Sam Curtis. Second Row: Anita Shields, joan Geiger, joan I B W.ilkcr, Bcrtlizi W, Wclwcr, Nancy Fritz, Cdthcrinc Mcchaii, Alcxinc Sullivan. First Row: joan Bergen, Chnrlitzi Supplcc, Elizalwtli King, Sully Bcrncrt, Marguerite Maguire. Emlaorfanf laeoln . . . Thmi Row: Katherine Rickcrt, -Ioan Mans Hrrrtmrm. 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Below: Chairman Eilccn McDcw'itt discusses posters with Publicity Chairman, .Ioan Ward. W I. I .. 7 IA h v 'QQ ,,'-A xx Sr 'P w xr JPN'- A fx sw: so xg Q.. 13100 H 7'lfC7"I'Vl1S.S1O'I'L . . . Tea and Tal hi DEN 44.1 .-4,3 1 i , 4.2 , W' '-' wig 'ff K. ,V ,, In E R 12' Q., 1 ,Nz f 2 - P' p , 1 ,f, , xx 4'P1v it . Af , v B, s Ps 1 t 3-n f Y , P ul I gh ., 9 .F 1 X lp IQQL BASKETBALL SQUAD Thmi Row: VI. M, Haxrtman, KI. Gallagher, ml. Porter, li. Sullxxum, 'l. Skclly, I5. Cccxl, K. Maxrr.l, A. lvlzxgulrc. Second Row: M. cYl"lfll'2l, P. Mcllmrc, P. Scgmlnu, M. E.C.1rroll,C.1pt.un, D. Hcucr, ll. Lhllluglmer, P. llarrttt. Fxrst Row: A. Wilson, A. Bell, C. Clark, A.Sh1clds. Basketball Squad ' Q Q eff: CHIiERLl5Al7ERS jc to nghz. lx. Wcnz, P lcmzum, M. Mcrz, A tcmnn, M. Diorio, rtis. 1, xv 1 7 NE Q 5 'M 63 n .- T' 'I v . 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Spring, at the Mount! The campus has worn its snowy rnantle so long, that the ap' pearance of the first patch of earth comes as F""' on initial surprise. After tlftis the snow melts uiclgly, in little flashing, riwlets, leaving, be' ft green carpet. 'Yhe fruit trees along, th into buds: ting promises always appear e quic 3, l I-ij . A Q And d so bar st for s that ds mov ' ln stea Q.:-A " 4 lu cr eely blo s som l'g,l1t cloa rs wluc very the of the pink ril Above, i me light zephg m windows. E leaving, lter ate Ap . urged by the sa through the open classroo wltere the maiden Spring, is tion. oo, are active. Gone are their rfs. The once -snow' ain with the horse' Sw. e ats an rts reso ' group oerloolQ ellec d nts, t d sca and ag, s on 'n avg co nis con Cliattering, ath o le loc lwed ten licks. bridle p re wlree d out C0146 lids swislo of rac anter along the ' n. Bicycles a d. 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I 5. 5 r f Q , li ,V r 4, n ,,. is fgfgg, -' T . i f sim f i Cfaaa nop ec? Time: 196- Place: A laboratory on the planet Mars. Mars' famed scientist, Professor A. Tomic, was busy manipulating the dials of a wierdflooking machine when suddenly sparks flew in every direction and a low hum filled .the air. The professor's antennae quivered and he flapped his wings excitedly. "Professor Ray Dahr," he piped in a shrill little voice, "come immediately. At last I have made conf tact with Earth." Quick as a flash a bluefgreen creature flew into the room, crying, "Put a magnifying glass before the auditoryfspace beam to amplify the sound. Perhaps we can now discover whether or not there is life on that strange looking planet." Silently the two-er, men--hovered in midfair over the apparatus. Sharp, crackling static echoed through the laboratory, but a voice finally broke through, saying: Hello, everybody! This is Nancy Coleman sub' stituting for Danny Kaye, who is suffering from a mild attack of laryngitis. As our famous physician, Nancy Hoban, is taking his case, Danny should be back within a year. But back to our program. Our material this week was compiled by ace reporters from all over the globe. Our topic for tonight: "What Has Become of the Class of '48 of Mount Saint Joseph Academy?" Now we know what happened to our senior class treasury! Mary Jeanne Robertson, financier, sub' sidized the first rocket expedition that reached the moon. The pilot was Muriel "Fearless" Gardner: stewardess, Gloria De Gennaro. Rodel Toohey, noted scientist, went along to study the lunar chemical elements. And guess who they found! Rozanne McGrath, spotting that place as a good retreat, was subsisting on the leafy vegetation. WASHINGTON: Kathy Kennedy has just announced that her new third party has nominated Blanche Palacio for president. In various platform speeches both Blanche and Kathy declare "Make Alaska a State !" This will please Mary Ellen Carroll, who lives there. Now married to a trapper, Mary Ellen is all wrapped up in the furftrading business. BOSTON! The ban has just'been lifted from Helen Branagan's book "How to Develop Savoir Faire." The author herself is going to Boston to look after its circulation. Nnw YORK: Orchids to Delly Bateman. Only her splendid directing and the beautiful voice of its star, Mary Merz, saved "The Varga Boatgirln from ruin. And now a word from our sponsor, Rosemary "Digger" O'Reilly, the smiling undertaker. Bring the body and come over to our establishment. We promise prompt, friendly service. Aside from our musical commercials, Fuzzy Callaghan is always glad to fulfill any requests for appropriate dirges. As an added attraction, lovely Anne Toner serves red soap and hot water to the chief mourners. Now, back to the news! CALrPonNrA: Versatile Ann Ryan has been arf rested for selling "tough apples" and "sour grapes." One of the latest screen successes, Pauline Jarvis, rushed over from her Beverly Hills home to bail out her old classmate. WAWA: Terry Walters, society editor of that thriving metropolis, sends salutations to all from WaWa. We have heard from our two roving reporters this week, Madeline Rooney, and Barbara Britt. Madge, still knitting argyles with ten bobbins, is travelling with her husband's nationally famous soccer team. Babs is delivering a series of lectures on legends conf nected with the engagement ring. PHILADELPHIA: Mary Fenerty's latest Aeneid pony sold so well that she is now writing another book called' 'How to Polish the Apple." Marguerite Farley just opened a dancing school on the Main Line. Marguerite purchased a bus from Eileen McDevitt's well-stocked used car lot and conf tented Pat Gallagher is driving the children to and from their classes. Because of Mary C. Carroll's rise to fame, F. E. Boone has lost his position with Lucky Strike. Marina Comas knocked Jose Iturbi off his piano stool with her rendition of "Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar." Del Heuer is designing a sophisticated motorcycle outfit for Connie Buchse, who has been named the "Cycle Queen of America." Mary Wilkin's nut and bolt shop has just built a special piano for Tessie Felix, concert pianist. The piano comes complete with builtfin shock absorbers. At least one of the fifty graduates has fulfilled THE prediciicn. Nancy McCloskey has secured a permaf nent position as clerk in Woolworth's. Counter 6, drop in any time. We interrupt this program to bring you a special bulletin! Running a photographers' contest for that typical American girl look, Dolores Buchse has decided on not one but two winners-Mary Schreiber and Ellen Wenz. Duplicate prizes for the two winners consist of a sack of potatoes, a basket of tomatoes and a pint of the best cream, all from Babs Cooney's flourishing health farm. Foiuzicu News: Because she so successfully revised their constitution, the people of AlkafSaltzah have unanimously acclaimed joan Schmitt their Mahatma. As her first act, Joan appointed jean Carley poet laureate. PANAMA: Bea Agostini is the technical adviser of the Spanish edition of "The Gregg Writer." FAR EAST! Joan Ward is still riding horseback to Tibet trying to get there in time to paint the sunrise. 1 K S? ik Now for the field of sports: I have an inside tip from reliable sources that one of our professional ball clubs is preparing a contract for Mildred Zussy, better known as "TriplefThreat" Zussy. And Jayne Hughes, who was a boxing enthusiast back in '48, is defending her title-Heavy Weight Boxing Champion-for the eighteenth time tomorrow night. Prmucoz joan Hoffman, girl jockey, is retiring and placing her race track for sale. A frequent spectator there, was Dolores Cecil, who is unfortunately suffering from a charleyhorse. Naw Jansnvz THE place to go now is Shirley Johnsons Crest on the Hill just across the river. Featured this week is that Latin-American bombshell from Mayfair, Helene Folz. Chief dietitian is Eugenie Dziwura. Seen there celebrating was Joan Waters who has just passed her examinations and has finally been admitted to the bar. VIRGINIA! Maureen Crowe, southern society ma' tron, is planning the debut of her newfborn baby girl, Melanie. The black side of our news tonight: Poor Joan Gallagher has passed away and willed her body to Johns Hopkins University to enable them to find out just what ailed her. Poor Joan ain't got no body . . . Static tickled the sound waves, faded out, and left the scientists in silence. Professor A. Tomic turned to his colleague sadly. Wordlessly they communicated with each other-there was only one thing to do. With tears in their eyes Professor A. Tomic and Professor Ray Dahr began the systematic destruction of years of labor and research. They smashed the machine with malletsg they burned oncefprecious papers. But the noble sacrifice was for a worthy cause. The retiring inhabitants of Mars would never be troubled by the eccentric Earthlings through any fault of its two great "humanitarians." . li" I N 'X A '. f. li X i 6 'A QLQL at '7 'af Q' , I ll- re' U 76 ti Jax Wffmd lifammf We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Forty' Eight of Mount Saint Joseph Academy, Chestnut Hill, City of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, in view of the fact that our WOUND minds and bodies have expended their mechanical energY, and since we are desirous of disposing of our chattels, while we have the strength and ability to do so, do, hereby declare and devise the following: To the Faculty-The knowledge that we, who have been the bane of your existence for four years, have nevertheless appreciated and assimilated your sound principles and your words of wisdom. To the Juniors-Rings on your fingers and wings on your feet to help you fly through Senior "stub' jects To the Sophomores-The keys to our crazy world of mischief and mirth. To the Freshmen-To Section A-Demotion to the second floor corridor. To Section B-The surplus from our treasury. To the Day Hops-the Big Rush for the 8:22 bus. To the Boarders-The optional first call. To future Student Councilors-Patience and Forti' tude. To future Waitresses-Our knack of finagling extra desserts-but don't get "caught in the act." To future Sheaf staffs-The hectic "parties" at the back table in Room 39. To future Cooking Classes-An electric dishwasher. To future Senior English Classes-The reputation of the Cuddle Club. To future Typing Classes-an eraser in every drawer. To future Math Classes-Good luck with the loga' rithms that stumped our wooden heads. To Marilyn Alberga-Rozanne McGrath's guileless glances. To Iliana Arana-Constance Bushse's Nordic beauty. To Eleanor Behr-Ellen Wenz's inhibitions. To Ann Bell-Mary Fenerty's platinum blond hair. To Joan Bergen-Nancy Coleman's staccato speech. To Sally Bernert-Anne Marie Cooney's seat in Room 38-"Up Front." To Mary Lou Best-Jean Carley's giggle and book reviews. To Frances Billera-Joan Schmitt's six majors. To Anne Bryan-Anne Toner's ability to draw a straight line. TobMary Chester-Mary Jeanne Robertson's bulletin oard. To Joanne Coll-Joan Hoffman's 22finch waistline. To Sara Curtis-Ann McCloskey's green stone ring. To Evelyn DeSimone-Eugenia Dziwura's "Care of the Hair" manual. To Mary Diorio-Rosemary Toohey's catfnaps in study. To Rita Donnelly-Nancy Hoban's seat in Chemistry Class. To Margaret Flannery-Eileen McDevitt's driving skill. To Nancy Fritz-Pauline Jarvis' dreamy dates. To Joan Geiger-Mary Wilkin's AnglofSaxon vof cabulary. To Nancy Greene-Dolores Cecil's pirouettes. To Marie Grusemeyer-Delia Heuer's dramatics. To Barbara Havas-Ro-emary Reilley's Roux Shampoo minus hops. To Rose Hetherington-Kathy Kennedy's compref hension of Congressional courtesy. To Mary Lou Hicks-Marina Comas's willing hand. To Jacqueline Hierholtzer-Joan Water's giggle and bubbling personality. To Jape Horne-Beatrice Agostini's doll and her fan mai . To Frances Hyland-Barbara Britt's ever gentle voice, To Dolores Jones-Muriel Cardnefs Brooklyn "brogue." To Patricia Kelso-Teresa Felix's "kitten on the keys" touch. To Elizabeth King-Anne Ryan's ready retorts. To Marion Knowles-Anne Marie Cooney's cowgirl singing. To Ann Kolb-Mary Therese Walter's selffassured air. To Helen Lambert-Blanche Palacio's Beatrice Kay rendions. To Jean Lane-Rozanne McGrath's cozy corner in her noontime retreat. To LaVonne Lawrence-Helen Branagan's excitable nature. To Patricia McGuire-Mary C. Carroll's pocketbook. To Marguerite Maguire-Mary Ellen Carroll's" Rob" ust six foot suitor. To Mary Martire-Delli Bateman 's dollflike charm and gnome shoes. 77 To Catherine Meehan-Mary Fenerty's mastery of ugoesfintosf' To Anne Niehaus-Jayne Hughes' sophistication. To Eleanor O'Connell-Fuzzy Callaghan's reserved seat on the 8:05 bus. To Margaret O'Neill-Dolores Cecil's Yiddish mono' logues. To joan Popper-Mary Schreiber's Prep ring and three'inch medal. To Jacqueline Porter-Mary Merz's Voice of Ex' perience. To Grace Rhoads-Madge Rooney's driving in- structor. To Dolores Roche-Kathy Kennedy's Wearever shoes. To Dolores Roscovich-Helene Folz's infallible Spanish grammer. To Marie Sanzare-Nancy Hoban's sunny disposition. To Patricia Scanla n-Mary C. Carroll's capers as a barbarous barber. To Lorraine Sedlock-Gloria DeGennaro's rink jinx. TohAnita Shields-Helen Branagan's naturally curly air. To Geraldine Shute-Jayne Hughes' mummer routines To JoAnne Skelly-Rodel Toohey's slender prof portions. 78 To Alexine Sullivan-Joan Ward's naivete and erudi' t'on. To bileen Sullivan-Pat Gallagher's basket ball shots. To Charlita Supplee-Shirley Johnsons birthday parties in the caf. To Carolyn Taylor-Maureen Crowe's methodical madness. To joan Tierney-joan Water's old Chemistry papers. To Mercedes Vinas-Beatrice Agostini's English vocabulary. To Joan Walker-Dolores Bushse's jar of cadaver cold cream. To Bertha Weber-Mildred Zussy's French scrap' book. To Nancy Weiland-Joan Gallagher's abused golf clubs. To Mary Lou Wenner-Marguerite Farley's reticence and her modulated voice. To Ann Wilson-Mary Merz's patron problems. In witness of the above, we have hereunto set our hand and seal this thirtyfnrst day of May in the year of Our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred and fortyfeight. DRAWN BY: WITNESSED BY: Agostini, Beatrice Peru Avenue No. 64 Republic of Panama Bateman, Adele 34 E. Chestnut Hill Avenue Chestnut Hill, Pa. Branagan, Helen 42 W. Mt. Airy Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Britt, Barbara 7033 Boyer Street Philadelphia, Pa. Buchse, Constance 7419 Briar Road Philadelphia, Pa. Buchse, Dolores 7419 Briar Road Philadelphia, Pa. Callaghan, Rosemarie 3214 Dover Street Philadelphia, Pa. Carley, Jean Hamilton Court Apartments Ardmore, Pa. Apt. 21B Carroll, Mary C. 1523 Lindley Avenue. Philadelphia, Pa. Carroll, Mary E. 418 E. Allens Lane Philadelphia, Pa. Cecil, Dolores 1415 Clearview Street Apt. H-210 Suffolk Manor Apts. Phila., Pa. Coleman, Nancy E. 168 Wynerva Street Philadelphia, Pa. Comas, Marina 250 de Diego Avenue Santruce, Puerto Rico .giucfenf lggiofer Cooney, Anne Marie 2201 E. Washington Lane Philadelphia, Pa. Crowe, Maureen 223 E. Durham Street Philadelphia Pa. DeGennaro, Gloria 5528 Morris Street Philadelphia, Pa. Dziwura, Eugenia 1620 W. Ontario Street Philadelphia, Pa. Farley, Marguerite 4614 Disston Street Philadelphia, Pa. Felix, Theresa 3310 North A Street Philadelphia, Pa. Fenerty, Mary 2506 Clearheld Street Philadelphia, Pa. Folz, Helene 7217 Walker Street Philadelphia, Pa. Gallagher, Joan 7143 Ardleigh Street Philadelphia, Pa. Gallagher, Mary 5060 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Gardner, Muriel 458 Fiftyffifth Street Brooklyn, N. Y. Heuer, Delia 470 Park Avenue New York City, N. Y. Hoban, Nancy 138 W. Gorgas Lane Philadelphia, Pa. Hoffman, Joan 7810 Michener Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Hughes, Jayne 8440 Ardleigh Street Philadelphia, Pa. Jarvis, Pauline The Haverford School Haverford, Pa. johnson, Shirley 1509 E. Cardeza Street Philadelphia, Pa. Kennedy, Kathryn 213 E. Lafayette Street Easton, Pa. McCloskey, Ann 7504 Boyer Street Philadelphia, Pa. McDevitt, Eileen 7243 N. Twentieth Street Philadelphia, Pa. McGrath, Rozanne 412 Woodbrook Lane Philadelphia, Pa. Merz, Mary 7022 Marsden Street Philadelphia, Pa. Palacio, Blanche 209 E. Fifth Avenue. Conshohocken, Pa. Reilly, Rosemary 7211 N. Twentyflirst Street Philadelphia, Pa. Robertson, Mary Jean 22 Ambler Road Merchantville, N. J. Lgluefenf Hzgifilfer CLASS OF 1948 Rooney, Madeline 3213 N. Randolph Street Philadelphia, Pa. Ryan, Anne 235 W. Horter Street Philadelphia, Pa. Schmitt, joan 2110 Stenton Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Schreiber, Mary 48 E. Logan Street Philadelphia, Pa. Toner, Anne 539 W. Walnut Lane Philadelphia, Pa. Toohey, Rosemary 6253 N. Fourth Street Philadelphia, Pa. Walters, Mary Wawa, Pa. Ward, Joan 1024 E. Luzerne Street Philadelphia, Pa. Walters, Ioan 7604 Montgomery Avenue Melrose Park, Pa. Wenz, Ellen 21 W. Mt. Pleasant Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Wilkin, Mary 815 Vine Street Philadelphia, Pa. Zussy, Mildred 1711 Mohican Street Philadelphia, Pa.. CLASS OF 1949 zgallucfenlf lazghfer Alberga, Marilyn. . .... ..... . . . . . . . . .Philadelphia Arana, Teresa ....................... Philadelphia Behr, Eleanor ..... .... P hiladelphia Bell, Ann ...... .... P hiladelphia Bergen, Joan .... .... P hiladelphia Bernert, Sally ..... .... P hiladelphia Best, Mary Lou ..... ,..... P hiladelphia Billera, Frances .... Bryan, Anne .... Call, Joanne .... Chester, Mary .... . Curtis, Sara .......... . . . DeSimone, Evelyn. .... . . . . . . . . .Allentown, Pa. . . . .Melrose Park, Pa. .......McAdoo, Pa. . . . .Ocean City, N. J. . . . . . . . . .Philadelphia . . Atlantic City, N. J. Diorio, Mary ....... ......... P hiladelphia Donnelly, Rita ........ ......,. P hiladelphia Flannery, Margaret .... .... P hiladelphia Fritz, Nancy ....... .... P hiladelphia Geiger, Joan ...... .... P hiladelphia Greene, Nancy ...... ...... P hiladelphia Grusemeyer, Marie .... ..... B ridgeton, N. J. Havas, Barbara ...... ...... P hiladelphia Hetherington, Rose .... .... P hiladelphia Hicks, Mary Lou ...... .......... P hiladelphia Hierholzer, Jacqueline ......... Horne, Edna Jane ..... ..... Hyland, Frances ..... Jones, V Dolores .... Kelso, Patricia .,.. . . . . Jenkintown, Pa. Winston'Salem, N. C. . . . . . . . . .Philadelphia . . .Greenboro, N. C. . . . . .Norristown, Pa. King, Elizabeth .... ...... P hiladelphia Kolb, Anne ....... .... P hiladelphia Knowles, Marian .... ...... P hiladelphia Lambert, Helen ..... Lane, Mane .......... Lawrence, LaVonne ..... . Maguire, Marguerite .... . . . .Trenton, N. J. . . . . . . . .Philadelphia . . .Chevy Chase, Md. . . . .Phoenixville, Pa. Martire, Mary ....... .......... P hiladelphia McGuire, Patricia. .... .... W ashington, D. C. Meehan, Catherine . . . ........ Philadelphia Niehaus, Anne ....... ...... P hiladelphia O'Connell, Eleanor .... .... P hiladelphia O'Neill, Margaret ..... .... P hiladelphia Popper, Joan ....... .... P hiladelphia Porter, Jacqueline ..... .... P hiladelphia Rhoads, Grace ...... ...,.... P hiladelphia Roche, Dolores ...... ........ P hiladelphia Roscovich, Dolores .... ...... M aple Shade, N. J. Sanzare, Marie ...... ......... P hiladelphia Scanlan, Patricia ..... .... P hiladelphia Sedlock, Lorraine .... .... P hiladelphia Shields, Anita ...... ...... P hiladelphia Shute, Geraldine .... ........ P hiladelphia Skelly, JoAnne ...... .... N orristown, Pa. Sullivan, Alexine .... ...... P hiladelphia Sullivan, Eileen ..... .... P hiladelphia Supplee, Charleta .... ..... P hiladelphia Taylor, Carolyn ..... ..... P hiladelphia Tierney, Joan ..... .... P hiladelphia Vinas, Mercedes .... .... P uerto Rico Walker, Joan ..... .... P hiladelphia Weber, Bertha .... ........ P hiladelphia Weiland, Ann ........ Wenner, Mary Lou ........ . . . . .Phoenixville, Pa. . . . ...... Philadelphia Wilson, Ann ........................ Philadelphia CLASS OF 1950 Amram, Raquel ................ .Miramar, Havana Barrett, Peggy .... . . . .wiiawooa N. J. Bonner, Nancy ....... ....... P hiladelphia Brady, Mary ........... ....... Y ork, Pa. Branagan, Anne .......... ...... P hiladelphia Brosnahan, Mary Ellen ..... ........ P hiladelphia Bushey, Roberta ........ ..... B rooklyn, N. Y. Byrnes, Anita ........ ...... P hiladelphia Calhoun, Joan, . ........ Philadelphia Clarke, Connie .... Coleman, Phyllis .... Conner, Mary .... Connor, Patricia. . . . ......New York, N. Y. . . . . . . . .Philadelphia . . . . . .Philadelphia . . . . .Philadelphia Daly, Patricia ....... ........ P hiladelphia Davidson, Wanda ..... ...... V entnor, N. J. Dobson, Rita ....... ...... P hiladelphia Eirich, Rosemarie .... .... P hiladelphia Gindele, Dorothy ..... .... P hiladelphia Glackin, Eileen .... .... .... P h iladelphia Hammeke, Patricia ........ .... P hiladelphia Harbison, Mary Anne ..... .... P hiladelphia Harrity, Barbara .......... ...... P hiladelphia Hartmann, Joan Marie ..... ..... G lenside, Pa. Heller, Jane ........... ...... P hiladelphia Kane, Mary Lou ...... ........ P hiladelphia Kelly, Patricia ...... ......... P hiladelphia Kooker, Carole ........ ...... W ildwood, N. J. Ledwith, Jane .......... ........ P hiladelphia Lee, Mary Elizabeth ..... ...... P hiladelphia Logan, Mary Elizabeth ..... .... P hiladelphia Loughran, Jane ......... .... P hiladelphia Maguire, Aileen ...... ...... P hiladelphia Maguire, Jane ........ .... P hoenixville, Pa. Mansell, Madeline .... ....... P hiladelphia Marra, Kathryn ......... ..... B rooklyn, N. Y. McCauley, Patricia ........ ...... P hiladelphia McGuinness, Margaret ..... . . , .Philadelphia Niedziejko, Cecilia ...... .... P hiladelphia O'Hara, Margaret ..... .... P hiladelphia O'Keefe, Mary ...... .... P hiladelphia Palermo, Angeline ..... .... A mbler, Pa. Phillips, Patricia ..... .... P hiladelphia Quilty, Helene .... .... P hiladelphia Re nolds Pe .... Philadelphia Y s ggl' ---- Rickert, Katherine ..... Rouse, Elizabeth ..... Shields, Mary ..... Smith, Pamela ..... Philadelphia . f .' f :Philadelphia . . . . . . . . .Philadelphia .....wuaw00a, N. J. Sutcliffe, Claire ....................... Philadelphia Wenz, Kathleen ...................... Philadelphia CLASS OF 1951 Augello, Margaret ................. Bethlehem, Pu Barbera, Mary Louise ................. Philadelph . Benner, Catherine ..... . . . . . . . .Philadelph Bodor, Elizabeth ..... .... P hoenixville, P. Boyce, Julia ........ ...... P hiladelphia Brosnahan, Ann ....... .... P hiladelphia Buhrman, Kathleen .... .... P hiladelphia Casani, Anita ...... ...... P hiladelphia Clancy, Joan ....... ...... C hester, Pa. Collins, Kathleen ...... .... .... P h iladelphia Costello, Mary Ann ..... .... Co nshohocken, Pa. Deiter, Carolyn ....... ...... P hiladelphia Donnelly, Eileen ..... ...... P hiladelphia Donohue, Patricia ..... .... P hiladelphia Fitzgerald Constance ..... .... A mbler, Pa. Garrett, Barbara ....... ..... P hiladelphia Golden, Rita ....... ........ P hiladelphia Hauser, Phyllis ...... .... W hitemarsh, Pa. Hayes, Rosemary ...... ......... P hiladelphia Heminway, Mary ..... Holden, 'Patricia ..... James, Patricia ...... Lynch, Mary Jane .... . . . . .Jeffersonville, Pa. ......CapeMay,N.J. . . . . . . . . . .Philadelphia . . . . .Phoenixville, Pa. McCloskey, Marleen .... ......, P hiladelphia Morgenthaler, Margaret .... ...... P hiladelphia Mullin, Florence ........ .... N orristown, Pa. Norris, Jeanne ...... ...... P hiladelphia Northrop, Mary ...... ..... N orth Wales, Pa. O'Keelfe, Consuela ..... ....... E lkins Park, Pa. Palacio, Mercedes ...... .... Co nshohocken, Pa. Perkolup, Florence ..... ........ P hiladelphia Quinn, Barbara ...... Robin, Patricia .... Seydel, Ann ...... Sullivan, Barbara ..... Suplee, Sara Jane .... Waters, Louise .... Wells, Edith May .... Yates, Jean Marie .... Zalenski, Eleanor .... . . . . . .Avalon, N.J. . . . .Jenkintown, Pa. . . . . . .Philadelphia . . . . . .Philadelphia . . . .Philadelphia . . . .Philadelphia . . . . . . .Philadelphia .. . . . . . . ...Philadelphia Kennett Square, Pa. pa from Finally, we list our patrons-our generous friends, who have helped us publish our memory book. You are a most important part of our memories-for without your support, our efforts would be futile. We are indeed grateful. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lalli 6502 Grays Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Compliments of Le Cercle Jeanne D'Arc Mount Saint joseph Academy Chestnut Hill, Pa. Compliments of Kay Marra, Bobby Bushey Brooklyn, New York Mr. and Mrs. John F. McGrath 412 Woodbrook Lane Philadelphia 19, Pa. Mr. Austin Meehan 7012 Rising Sun Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Congratulations to Class of '48 Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Merz 7022 Marsden Street Philadelphia 35, Pa. Mr. Eugene Meyle 37 Glenbrook Road Ardmore, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyle 37 Glenbrook Road Ardmore, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rhoads, Jr. 601 Medary Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Robertson, Sr. 22 Ambler Road Merchantville, N. J. Mr. Glen E. Robertson, Jr. 22 Ambler Road Merchantville, N. J. Lucille and Jackie Robertson 22 Ambler Road Merchantville, N. J. Miss Mary Jeanne Robertson 22 Ambler Road Merchantville, N. J. Compliments of Mr. E. Sullivan Kennilworth Apartments Germantown. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Taylor 608 E. Durham Street Philadelphia, Pa. 82 Compliments to the Senior Class Mr. and Mrs. R. Agostini Panama City, Panama Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Benner 6234 North Third Street Philadelphia 20, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bodor 200 Ann Street Phoenixville, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Carroll 418 E. Allens Lane Mount Airy, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Carroll 1523 W. Lindley Avenue Philadelphia 41, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. John Casani 32 E. Sedgwick Street Mount Airy, Pa. El Circulo Espanol Mount Saint Joseph Academy Chestnut Hill, Pa. A Friend A Friend Kenneth and Muriel Gardner 458 Fifty'6fth Street Brooklyn 20, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Glacken 242 W. Manheim Street Philadelphia 44, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hammeke, Sr. 6211 N. Fairhill Street Philadelphia 25, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoban 138 W. Gorgas Lane Mount Airy, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Hoffman 7810 Michener Street Philadelphia, Pa. Congratulations to Senior Class Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hughes 8440 Ardleigh Street Chestnut Hill, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Jarvis The Haverford School Haverford, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Kennedy 213 E. Lafayette Street Easton, Pa. Compliments of Dr. John J. Tierney 5100 N. Broad Street Ph ladelphia 41, Pa. Best Wishes to the Class of '48 Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Toohey Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waters 7604 Montgomery Avenue Melrose Park, Pa. Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel J. Wilson and Miss Anne M. Wilson Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Byrne 458 Fifty-Efth Street Brooklyn 20 N. Y. Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Zussy 1711 Mohican Street Philadelphia, Pa. E. F. Armstrong Painting and Decorating 901 Willow Grove Avenue Ambrose-Augusterfer Corporation 247 E. Ashmead Street Philadelphia, Pa. K. Beetar, Inc. 53 Barclay Street New York 7, N. Y. Beneficial Saving Fund Society 1200 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. Berko Brothers Company Structural Steel and Woven Wire Randolph and Wood Streets Philadelphia, Pa. Curt H. Bissinger Jewelry-Diamonds-Watch Repairs 8407 Germantown Avenue Chestnut Hill, Pa. A. M. Blanche, Insurance "Your Protection is My Bu iness" 201 N. Broad Street Philadelphia 7, Pa. Blumenthal and Haynes Foreign and Domestic Fruit 8512 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia 18, Pa. Compliments Bornot, Inc. Fine Cleaning Since 1820 Jack Bradley Plymouth-DeSoto 6952 Frankford Avenue Francis B. J. Branagan, Inc. Builders of Homes 8000 Old York Road Elkins Park, 17, Pa. BROAD STREET TRUST CO. Chestnut Hill Branch HUBERT J. HORAN, JR., President MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. Calbar Paint and Varnish Company 2601- 26N. Martha Street Philadelphia, Pa. Chelten House Luncheons, Dinners Weddings and Receptions 121 W. Chalten Avenue. Ralph R. Chester Real Estate Company 801 Central Avenue Ocean City, N. J. Chestnut Hill Frozen Food Center 8601 Germantown Avenue Specializing in Boxes for Europe Hot Point Home Freezers The Deb Shop Springfield and Germantown Avenues Chestnut Hill, Pa. Kolb's Dew Drop Inn Soda Fountain and Sandwiches City Line and Germantown Avenue El Universal Edihcio Ambos Mundos No. 103 Caracas, Venezuela J. Joseph Herring 1224 N. Nineteenth Street Philadelphia, Pa. Compliments of Frank P. Fall Oldsmobile Dealer 32 W. Highland Avenue Compliments of John F. Fluehr and Sons Funeral Directors Fontbonne Hall Mount St. Joseph School for Girls Sunset and Norwood Avenues W1 7-3665 Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia 18 Germantown Electric Company Joseph C. Schreiber 48 E. Logan Street Philadelphia 44, Pa. Gravers Lane Tea Room 8425 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Proctor E-J' Schwartz, Inc. Drying and Tectile Equipment Seventh Street and Tabor Road Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. James J. Reilly Provisions 7211 N. Twentyfhrst Street Philadelphia 38, Pa. For any book . . . REILLY BOOK STORE 131 N. Thirteenth Street Philadelphia 7, Pa. Robertson's Flowers Chestnut Hill, Pa. Henry J. Rohner Wholesale Grocers and Canned Goods 62 N. Front Street Philadelphia 6, Pa. Jean Rooney Int. Rep. Retail Clerks A. F. of L. 1015 Chestnut Street Philadelphia 7, Pa. Rosemary Garage Rosemary Avenue Ambler, Pa. Rothe and Son Florists 7142-50 Germantown Avenue Roxboro Cinder Company, Inc. 7143 Ardleigh Street Mt. Airy, Philadelphia The Roxborough Company 363 Price Street Philadelphia, Pa. Quality Value Service at Rowell's Germantown Germantown and Chelten Avenues Ruth and Son 8413 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Satterfield Motors Sales-Service Studebaker Distributors 4627-29 Longshore Street G. E-9 L. Sigel Meats, Poultry and Sea Food 37 S. Nineteenth Street Philadelphia, Pa. The Stenton Beauty Salon Mae R. Gruber 6362 Stenton Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Victor Silk Hosiery Company, Inc. Full Fashioned Hosiery of "Quality" New Britain, Bucks County, Pa. Wagner's Religious Articles. Gifts for all occasions 425-27 W. Girard Avenue Philadelphia 23, Pa. Havas and Shields Automotive Company 325 W. Girard Avenue Philadelphia 23, Pa. Mr. Maurice J. Hayes Funeral Director 108 E. Price Street Philadelphia, Pa. Henning's Paint and Hardware 5809 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. Wm. F. Walker and Son Plastering 3066 Rosehill street Philadelphia 34, Pa. Weiland Packing Company Valley Forge Brand Top Quality Pork Products Phoenixville, Pa. Insurance Company of North America 1600 Arch Street Philadelphia Founded 1792 KaiserfFrazer and Willys Sales and Service Wadsworth Motors, Inc. 14 Rex Avenue Chestnut Hill, Pa. H. Linaka, Jr. Tailor and Cleaner 8622 Germantown Avenue Chestnut Hill, Pa. William C. Martin 908 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. John McCann 54 and 56 W. Rittenhouse Street Roonng Contractor David McCosker, Inc. 68-70 Park Place New York 7, N. Y. John J. McDevitt 512 Commercial Trust Building Philadelphia, Pa. JOHN MCSHAIN, INC.. N. W. Corner 17th and Spring Garden Sts Philadelphia, Pa. Michell's Seed House SeedsfBulbs-Plants and Garden Supplies Catalog Free 516-18 Market Street, Philadelphia 5, Pa. Norwood Academy 8891 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia 18, Pa. Compliments of P. F. C. Compliments of Mr. F. A. Rascovich S-41 Highway Maple Shade, N. J. Pino's Meatmarkets 1818 E. Passyunk Avenue 1424 S. Twelfth Street Philadelphia, Pa. 83 l Into the hazy future we must look Now that we're at the parting of the way And turn the pages of the mighty book Which holds the course of life within its sway. Into what pattern will our lives be set? What sorrows and what joys have we to bear Until by our Redeemer we are met To answer for our lives to Him so fair. But standing on the brink of this new life While in our souls reigns insecurity And in our minds the thoughts of fear and strife With gladness in our hearts we think on thee. For learning gleaned herein dispels our fears And gives us strength to face uncertain years. 'THE CLASS OF 1948 Helen Branagan A bl! ja fire Olftl' '34 Z-Q4 ' 'V K s.:J , 1 4,13 1 .'.-' n :ll ': 'L ' - .I 1.-' - 1 'fi' .iff . Q' 1 -' 'S .' ' " ' . ' . Q .-'. '-. 'x "a' -I, . . -s 1 . . ' s ' ' 1 ' .. , n Q I - U.. ' 0, ' v Q , u Q . ' ' 5 . .1 1 . ' ' ,u . , .- . ' 1 . . .fn X if ff , "on.' ' 1 Q' ,' . 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