Mount St Joseph Academy - Sheaf Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1952
Page 1 of 92
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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1952 volume:
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We rerremher the lnstallatlon ofArcl1b1shop John
F O llara C S C As the comblned orchestra of
the Cathollc Clrls Hlgh Schools played a march
HIS Excellency walked slowly down the mam
aisle of COHVCHIIOH Hall at the end of a llne of
church prelates and lay men Smllmg as he blessed
the people of Phlladelphla the new Archbishop
was glven a thunderous ovatlon by thousands
Catholics and non Catholics who stood to pay
homage to hlm Covemor ,Iohn S Flne and Mayor
joseph S Clark welcomed HIS Excellency on
behalf of the state and Clty Judge Vlncent A
Carroll mtroduced the Cathollcs of Phlladelphxa
to thelr new spxrltual leader
When the Archblshop a humble and slmple
man stepped to the front of the bnghtly llghted
stage to speak to us hls new flock the audlence
sat ln rapt attentxon Archblshop O Hara greeted
us vuth a Smlle ln a deep resonant volce he
spoke to us of hls happlness at bemg our new
spxrltual leader and urged us all to love one
another After seexng and hearmg His Excel
lency we were proud to be the flock of such a
kind and lovmg shepherd When the ClVll cere
monles WClCOmlng Archbishop 0 Hara had ended
the blshop gave hls blessing to the people of
Phlladelphla and expressed the hope that we
should work ID harmony for the peace and pros
penty of the Cathollc Church ln the City of
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. . . the pictorial beauty of red roofs and
and green lawns. Nature and the student
body have wrought changing patterns
annually on our campus as the girls
walk briskly among the golden-brown
leaves in the autumn, wander about the
Mount's winter wonderland, and run
across its verdant lawns
the Villa affording us shade as
we chatted and watched the Wissa
hickon lazily washing its muddy
Our Lady looking solicitously
at us as we flushed and disheveled
from a game of tennis or hockey
stopped to say an Ave at her
the peal of the tower clock
bell, but most of all, we remember
our first glimpse of the tall grey
buildings when we turned the
bend in the road at Hillcrest
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andthe preclous moments
snatched from studies
and actlvltles spent In their company
the Freshmen, books piled precarlously
nn their arms, trlppnng down the back staurs
for a double pernod of art or wamng nervously ID the
second floor corridor takmg a fmal glance at last night s
the Sophomores, looklng forward to those weekly lab peruods
nn brology and their constant mqumes and Salutatlons nn thenr
newly acquired modern language
the Juniors taking on the turst our of sophlstlcatlon after havlng been lnslgmflcant
for two long years and simultaneously dlsplaylng prnde and closs puns
the Sensors, In a frenzied rush to complete a chemnstry assrgnment
on a Monday mormng discussing a week old test In the cafeteria
or engaged rn a never endmg phone call that begnns wlth homework
and terminates wlth the latest movie, or
smlllng at the thlngs they drd as under classmen
and reallzlng nostalglcally that they can never do them again
But most of all whenever we thunk of our
classmates, we remember their laughter,
that laughter wlthout rhyme or reason
whlch rs the treasured prlvllege of youth
We remember the Freshmen
as they tried
their air of timidity
on the first day of school,
and the confusion
when they attempted
the various classrooms.
we took advantage
to buy tickets
to ride the elevator,
or to see
We remember, too,
as they stood
in the rotunda
for the first time
the Christ Child
Top Row: Mary Conran, Kathleen McGee, Constance Clodfelter, Nora Tierney
Regina Bondi. Middle Rau: Marlene Frank, Barbara Eugenie, llarbara llolaway
Mary Louise Simendinger. Front Rau: Roberta Crane, Patricia Smith, Mary Ann
Murray, Mary Miles Ryan
Top Row: Anne Marie Stead, Helen Rumbarger, Anita McLoughlin, AnitaO'Neill
Margaret McCann, Patricia Whelan, Madeleine Higgins. Middle R011 I Mary Walls
Nancy Porter, Roberta Kolb, joan Kolb. Front Tout llita Troutman, Leonora
Moreschi, Barbara Mignone, ,Ioan Petrone.
Top Row: ,Ioan Trainer, Dorothy Clark, Alicia d'Empaire, Mary O'Brien. Middle
Roux' Mary Ellen Toye, Patricia Torpey, Regina jakubowski, Barbara Thomasson.
Front Row: lsis Viciedo, Maureen Lee, Lorraine McDade.
Top Rout Ann llrennan, Constance Belcher, Virginia Bradley. Middle Row:
LetitiaMcCill, ,Iohanna Cedaka, Doranne llanley, Margaret Conroy, Alice Wisgo.
Fran! Rau: Mary Lou Cannon, Barbara llitzer, jane Crasso, llarbara Hollings.
with their carols,
and soon after,
as they attended
their initial Tea Dance.
How could we ever forget
their sudden relief
when mid-year exams
and the time came
or their feeling
had been received
But most of all,
at the end of the year
that the first quarter
of their high school careers
the doors to
three more adventures
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Twp Rau 5 Mary .lane Parks, Anne Flanagan, Noel Bretton, Maryanne Pratt, Patricia Mellon. llzclfllt
Rout Anita Olachea, Margaret Beecroft, Claire McCloskey, Regina Berk, Kathleen Murphy Ann
Marie Trench. Front R011 .' Elizabeth Timmins, Alice Greene, Mariorie Todd.
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We remember the Sophomores imagining that their brains were becom-
ing angular with the constant study of geometry, and their refusal to eat
frog's legs for reasons best known to them. We recall their loneliness
when they found themselves without the companionship of a two-ton
history book, and their enthusiasm as they made posters for modern lang-
uage classesg their eager participation in the intra-mural hockey and
basketball games, which meant so much to all of usg their dramatic talent
coming to the fore at the operetta when everyone became a Lily Pons or
Yma Sumac for the night of the performance, and found herself sounding
like a jimmy Durante the next day. But most of all, we remember their
realization that their lives at the Mount were half over, and their determin-
ation to make their last two years the best and most memorable.
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Top Rout: Suzanne Sullivan, Mary Joan Robinson, Phyllis Sullivan, Joan Karleskind. ,llitldle Rau
Sandra Daily, Elizabeth Murray, Mary Jo Christy, Jacqueline Bondi, Dolores Porter. Front R011
Anne Shoup, Constance Zollers, Lysbefh Kunkel.
we pememger fAe union
We remember the juniors and how excited they were at being upper-
classmen, and their exhausting preparation for a party entertaining their
new little sisters. We recall their feeling of satisfaction after penetrating
the seclusion surrounding the two rooms at the end of the second floor
corridor. We recall their persistent collection of dues months ahead of
time to finance the never-to-be-forgotten junior-Senior trip, and how they
were lost in a haze of silk, net and keys on satin ribbons at the junior
Prom. Finally, we recall their tension as they waited on class night for
Will and Testament to be read. But most of all, we remember their sudden
realization that our graduation day marked their last appearance in the
lofty stands, and that the next year they would be the ones who would
culminate in less than an hour their four wonderful years at Mount Saint
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Dark eyes VlV8C1OUS class shy ness
Peanut blllngual flash from far away
Aunt cestral Azuas Oh my gosh'
Her crownlng glory worrled look helrloom
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Slmlty walk O C devotee x1ll8HOV3 letters
front rower Chem catastrophes A real
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Almond eyes love that haxrcut llllla talk
dlet daffy Prep dllectlon rugged roster
red Ford Of Cerse
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Big blue eyes stentorlan tones'7 pollshed
manners modelxng school Penn pal Sprlng
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Howard Johnson habltuee Llsten up
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Aquatlc artlst front rower Saturday
hlstory major the movles Ah to be at the
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Lxttle lady w1th a great blg sm1le cowboy
galt those western A s Norman sympathles
Senlor surprlse frlends from Washlngton
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Bangs expresslve eyes calm and collected
comed1enne'7 boarder again Cadlllac
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Atlant1cC,1ty fan EVVIC La Salle booster
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Doe eyed look poodle cut lmpendlng laryn
g1t1S the tease lllyllero partlal to llfe
guards I know but II s the pr1n01ple of the
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Carefree glggles cafeterla cutup punctual
tennls champ forever on the phone co
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library cutup.. Spunky and Fifi test tubes
and turmoil.. Well now!
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John L Lewis eyebrows H ppy tlptoe
six major disasters Tuesday afternoons
parish enthusiast Spot that'
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Second cousin Ralph get propelled speech
determined prlzewlnmng nickname wide
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Loretta s pal Kentucky rebel Frank
earnest My name IS M a r y e 1 l
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Sweetand lovely chuckles klnd curly top
dalnty d9mOlSSll8 fashlon plate S ll
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Halr smoother heels hot rodder mlddle
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sophistication...Class presidentmblack formal
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Sauer kraut Playmates convulslve
laughter phone calls Nlltzl Shoppe the
sklrt shrank C n l have a b1te'7
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Freshman ldol hxstory major Hlghland
lassle mlghty qulck w1th a hockey St1Ck
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wlngs cross her palm wlth sllver fan mall
from Florlda pllots a convertlble Along
Came Blll You know what I mean dont
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That slow sweet swonderful smlle ak'
Jenklntown 1111 kelture carpetbag Petlte
SYIVIC red socks Rouse yourself ve
got my llcense but
Sarah .xdnne arwe
Styllsh halrcuts bloomer gal loquac1ty plus
Cape May Capers palette pastlmes
peanut butter crackers and apples
Amerlcan proudest possesslon drlvers
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tales Honey Bun egg cups h1stor1c l1ter
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Bunny smlle long n lovely two flnger
accessory consclous H C on Sunday nlghts
Let s take a walk
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Tell tale blushes candy lxane Blue and
Gold games mlxed roster Beck s seafood
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Strawberry blonde gulllble sympathetlc
llstener attentlve 1n class the Sunday
V1s1tor her freshman dlnkle drlves up any
lawn free of charge What dld I say now?
7Wacle!gn .granceri urray
Monday mormng eyes llbrary flnes .ldeal
waxtress much ado about everythmg Youth
Concerts. 'When I was 1n New York' "D1
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from Robert Hall the long journey home...
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The girl with the flaxen curl...Moe and Snorky a,lI'lCL6l l'lI'l Og 2
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Baby of the class Port au Prlnce natural
ln a Nash that s a laugh" La Belle France
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Back seat dr1ver COOPCFHIIVS Spanlsh star
Kmg of the 'Slay busyweek ends afrlend
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The artlst s touch face cream kld Consho
Waltz Say ll wlth flowers gay revelrles
rhumbas and tangos Bless Us'
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Tltlan tresses...those d1mples...act1ve base
ball fan...silver whistle...her fairy aunt seam-
stressmankle exercises...Tennessee Waltz-er
..."That makes me so mad!"
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buses our perfect Prefect brace I' W A
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Foundress of Blchmond Lane week ends
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Puckered brow dry wlt the IIIGFHFQ type
nephew nerves Anglophlle Ten Tall Ven
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Sweet but soph1st1cated mochsh do lover
Slade IHXI service Brldgeton Belle kltten
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Nllsleadlng CICCFOS best frlend Txllanys
costume jewelry hockey w1th preclslon and
forethought llttle brothers headed for
Posemont Pottstown IS three m1les lon
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Store helress hope chest wanderlust the
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dramatlc to the nth degree moonglowmuskrat
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Congenlal and sm1l1ng true Mountle sp1r1t
baby sltter masterof the Studebaker ln need
of a compass How do you spell 1t'7
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permanent flxture on the hockey f1eld car
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We penflenl el' bil' MCM,
Mrs. Marshall Anders,
Speech and Dramatics
We rememher our faculty, the Sisters of Saint
joseph, who labored zealously to impart to us the
knowledge and culture necessary to enable us to take
our places in the world as Catholic women, and
instructed us thoroughly in a truly Christian way of
life so that we too might carry on the teachings of
Christ and liis Church.
To them and to our other teachers, who have
prepared us so well for our entrance into a different
and more difficult life, we give our heartfelt thanlxs.
Miss Annette Danenhower
Min Anna Govan,
Qs-A Reverend .John Coffey fJ.S.A., in ,
Religious Instruction 'QU
Reverend Thomas J. Lynch
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. the long hours of concentration spent in "math"
with erasers as our principal tools.
. . the trying sessions of Latin, last period on
Friday afternoon when a phrase of translation
lust wouldn't work out-.
the questions in history that developed into
political arguments and made us feel that if
we had a chance, we could indeed
change the world.
. . . the apprehensive feeling in an English class
when, without warning, Sister told us to do
some original writing.
. . . the pleasant breaks for speech and singing
. . . the helpless glance ofa classmate
who had been called onto read in French or Spanish
. . . the pride felt when an experiment in chemistry
whenever we think of our classes,
we remember those in Religion,
'L .El the importance and value of which
g we are iust beginning to realize.
. . . the embarrassment of striking a wrong key
in typing, or failing to interpret the correct
character in stenography, but most of all,
Miriam Fenerty expresses her thoughts
on thepresence ofthe Holy Ghost through
her poster in the Junior religion class.
Patricia Reilly and Agnes Shields demon-
strate the assembly of the sick call set
in preparation for Extreme Unction.
Barbara Brandenburg points out
the different parts of the Mass to
an interested Sophomore religion
The Freshmen enloy reading the
Bible especially Nancy Porter
whose illustrated one attracts the
attention of the whole first row.
Patricia Whelan provokes a
spirifeddiscussion in the Fresh-
man World History class.
Junior historians,Mirian Fenerty and
Joan Karlskind, locate on the map
places about which they crestudying
in their text.
Kathleen Collins addresses "Madam Chairman" as the Senior class fhrashes out a problem
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yet but sensors Adele Murphy
and Cafharune Crane are st ll
Patricia Auerbach and Patrlcua
O Boyle designate the fine
points of Trng while SfUdIOUS
sensors strive to comprehend
Le? s Be Conservchon Minded
- these Sophomores make fheir
Recording Spanish lyrics under the direction of Barbara
Reinhardt and Betsy Bateman is a pleasant variation
for the Sophomore Spanish Class.
R. Burke, M. Beecroft, and G. Sweeney comprise the
most select German group at the Mount.
Marianna Fox seems skeptical of Marilyn DeSimone's explanation of a poster in Senior
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Juniors seem well on their way
pt to convey their ideas in pictures.
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all the good times we had
at our various organizations' meetings:
the games, the songs, the refreshments,
and how the things we learned in class
were carried over
into these after school activities.
Or raising our voices in many a hearty song
at the A.A. picnic.
And we shall never forget the experience we gained
in taking part in
or trying so hard
the presentations of the Acadram,
or the language clubs,
to be an appreciative audience
when our friends endeavored to remember lines
long enough to impersonate
Napoleon, Don Juan, or Julius Caesar.
But most of all
whenever we think of our clubs,
most of all we remember Sodality
and the Student Council,
whose officers and members
have aided us,
during our formative years,
in becoming strong and fine
Student Council President: Patricia Reilly
Patricia Reilly repeats the Oath of Office as President of The
Student Council after Senior Classpresident, Mary Louise Gerhard.
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Of the many clubs and organizations at the
Mount, the Student Council is the one most
likely to be remembered. We will no doubt recall
locker inspections, fines, and green slips. But
we will recall this organization with a deep
sense of pride, for although the power of this
governing body is vested in fourteen represent-
atives, its success depends on the cooperation
of all the students, since we pledge to uphold
its standards and to obey its rules and regula-
tions at all times. We, students, who elect
these representatives are deeply grateful for
their guidance in aiding us to be better
The chief purpose of the Student Council
is to promote the general welfare, and to main-
tain order in corridors and study periods.
One of the most remarkable features of
this year's Student Council has been the prog-
ress it has made under the self-sacrificing
leadership of Patricia Reilly, the president. Let
us hope that the "reputation, honor, and ideals
of Mount Saint joseph Academy" will be up-
held successfully in the future as they have
in the past.
The Student Council representatives
listen attentively to the directions
concerning their duties. Front ROLL
J. Bondi, M. Mcoscar, A. Senser,
B. Reinhardt, V. Dyer. Hack Row.
L. McGill, J. Gedaka, M. Lee, C
Belcher, M. McCartney. On the far right
are the Senior representatives, Mary
Anne Smale, Anne Marie Fengler,
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Senior representatives, Angela Desantis and Terese Ann McGroarty,
light a votive candle in honor of Saint Joseph.
CAi!c!ren O! War
Sodality prefect: Kathleen Rhoads.
Father Alban Carroll,C.P., our
We remember our Sodality under the title of the Immaculate
Conception. The Office of the Blessed Virgin presented her
many beautiful virtues and attributes tor us to adopt. The Queen's
Work magazine filled our minds with that Christian way ot thinking
which is so obviously lacking on the news-stands of today. We
remember our monthly visits to the Blessed Sacrament exposed in
our Academy chapel. Our annual retreat turned our thoughts from
the daily routine to things above and served to make us better
sodalists. We shall always remember the May Procession and the
double crowning of Our Lady at the grotto and in the Convent
chapel. All these advantages mode us proud to wear the medal
given to each new sodalist at the January reception at the Mount
and brought us closer "to Jesus through Mary."
group of seniors enioy a private conference with Father Carroll.
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Senior sodalists take a minute out to enjoy some
recent issues ofthe "Queen's Work."
i The solemnity of the ceremony is revealed
in the faces of the departing sodalists.
Freshmen uphold an ancient tradition
of the Mount by examining their
Children of Mary medals after their
reception into the sodality.
Sodality representatives, Mary Maines, Marlene
Frank, Suzanne Sullivan, Constance Zollers, and
Mary Ryan discuss tentative projects for lent.
Our efficient "Le Cercle Jeanne L
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We remember Le Cercle Jeanne d'Arc and all that we learned from its Y A
meetings, the first of which was always conducted partly in English, ,, fx
for the benefit of the newcomers, who, even at assembly were slightly
confused when they had to answer "Presente". sf" f
We recall the research and preparation spent on skits which we
presented with a flourish and more than one flaw in French. For their
topic, the seniors enacted skits pertaining to the lives of the saints,
while the juniors selected scenes from the lives of famous musicians i 4,-ffllggg,
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General opinion has it that the most enioyable meeting is the
annual farewell party. Last year's theme was a salute to the two
thousandth birthday of Paris. That afternoon, the lawn was gaily I l
decorated with colored stalls and brilliant flowers in the style of a
But most of all we remember the understanding, the love and
interest we acquired for the language and people of France.
Such natural camera shyness!
French Club members arrange the flowers to be used as
the decorative scheme for their party.
Senior members L. Sukalski, P. Johnson, and P. Reilly
discuss club plans as Mary A. 0'Connor, D. Feehan, and
A. Senser listen attentively.
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We remember "El Circulo Espanol" and the gay, colorful meetings
in the inner-rec, the lovelytraditional songs ofthe Latin countries,
and the humorous skits and games which made the meetings so Cx
enioyable. At the "Fiesta del Navidad", we broke the pinata and
scrambled for the numerous gifts which it poured out, and we sang
"Las Pasadas", a traditional Spanish Christmas carol, and
learned about the Christmas celebrations ofthe Spanish speaking
countries. We remember playing the French Club at basketball
and a promised reward of "no homework" if we won. But most of
ull, when we think of the Spanish Club, we remember the under-
standing and appreciation ofthe Latin countries and their customs
and culture which the club instilled in us.
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K. Collins, M. DeSimone, and N. 0'Neil?
The meeting comes to order and smiles come to the
fore - for C. Crane, N. O'Neil, K. Collins, M. De
Simone, S. Gamon, D. Porter, and R. Reyes.
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Anne Senser, Agnes Shields, and Victoria Fengler look
forward to the fun-packed meetings that Helen Primus
Seniors seem both puzzled and anxious as they
take the Latin Competitive Examination.
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"Quo vadis, Domine?" Peter asked this of Jesus when the
Lord appeared to him in a vision, and through the centuries
these words have come down to us. "Quo vadis?" - "Where
art thou going?" It is the name of our Latin club. But the
Latin club means more to us than just two words. It means
stepping beyond the required two years of Latin study into
the world of Cicero and Ovid. It means a subscription to
Auxilium Latinum, the Latin club magazine, and translations
of the profound mystery stories serialized in it. It means a
meeting every sixth Friday, and laughter and applause at the
skits we presented for entertainment. lRemember how we
improvised Roman togas with kerchiefs, and how at Christmas
time, we became serious with the beauty of the occasion as
we read St.Luke's gospel and portrayed the beloved Christmas
characters?l lt means competing for an award in the National
Latin Competitive Exam, and hoping to win a medal for our-
selves and a trophy for the school. We remember the enjoy-
able hours we spent through "Quo Vadis", enioyable and
profitable hours we shall keep forever.
At our annual Christmas party, Santa Claus and his helper
Agnes Shields treat the seniors to cookies and coke.
We remember the Acadram and the thrill of learning
that we were members of this select group, the monthly
meetings in the auditorium, and how we applauded the
one-act plays produced for our entertainment. lHow we
rushed to memorize those lines in timell We recall the
treasurer's incessant plea to "please pay dues promptly,"
and the tryouts for the Christmas play, our nervousness
mounting as our turn grew nearer. Remember how "Pro-
fessional" we felt at play rehearsals, and how unfamiliar
with the terms of stagecraft - "wings" and "props" and
"flies"? We recall perching atop a wobbly ladder to rig up
scenery, and searching through musty old trunks for costumes
and properties. The glow of foot-lights, the rise of a
curtain - The Acadram, iust another of the many memories
we take with us from the Mount.
Our dependable stage crew: Mary Anne Smale Sandra
Daily Ann Beirn Eileen Foley and Nancy Dalton
Curtain going up' a fe Hnishing
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Vice-President, Nancy Dalton, and Treasurers Maria C. Muchacho and
Anne Shoup surrounded by their A.A. representatives.
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"Jump Ball" as the Freshmen
learn the skills of basketball.
We remember the Athletic Association and the spirit it
fostered throughout the school. At the hockey games, we
cheered the team, even though we thought our hands would
freeze. We remember the black stockings we ruined on the
hockey field, the banquet, and the All-Star game. And when
hockey season ended activity shifted to the gym, where the
basketball team upheld the name of the Mount, and did it
well. The highlight of the year came on Ascension Thursday,
when we found out who won the medals, and who earned the
letters. Most of all, when we think of the Athletic Associ-
ation, we remember the principles and ideals upheld and
defended by this organization.
Cheerleaders, Connie Zollers, Sue Richmond, Anne Marie Trench and
Eileen Foley, and Mascot Leonora Moreschi prepare to cheer the team
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how we stood on the slde lines ofthe hockey field
and wlth our cheering encouraged the team s already active splrlt
how we fairly flew up the stairs
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to get a seat In the gym for a basketball game
the nall bltlng ordeals of plannlng a party
and of how we remodeled ourselves
unto the height of the rldlculous for Baby Day
the thrrll of the frrst performance of the Christmas ploy
and of the carols echoing
through the Mount s long corridors
the long hunger filled hours of practice
and the musty smell of trunks
rlvallng the heavy odors of stage make up
during preparation for the aperetta
the magical evenlng of the tea dance
wrth the swlsh of tafetta and the clrck of heels
on the rotunda floor
how we tried to seem blase In sophisticated New York
and looked more like wonder fllled youngsters
on their first trlp to the bug city
the processlon In white dresses
honoring Our Lady In May
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that make the Mount lnve
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Cancliecl apples and the portable radio divide
the attention of Helen Toppitzer, Mary Ann
Smale and Gloria Garcia.
lngredients of a successful party - food,
smiles and relaxation as proved by Betsy
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Their broad smiles show that the Juniors ore still entronced
by their clusspins.
Angela DeSantis' face mirrors the spirit of eager anticipation
felt by all the Seniors.
Agnes Shields, Sally Mansell, Adele Murphy and
Kay Rhoads seem tc think it was worth waiting for
as they admire the sparkling symbols of their
The Senior class relaxes alter the hard moments
'K - of tension. Now everyone is happy'
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of K.Murphy, P.Sullivan, M. Fox, S. Richmond, H. Primus, M. Slade
A. Trench, and C. Dalaway.
Our heavenly choristers, S. Daily, K. O'Connar, D. Feehan, M. Meaney, J.
Karleskind, A. Senser, K. Rhoads, A. Desantis, J. Diamond, and S. Sullivan make
a reasonable facsimile of a stairway to heaven.
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P. Johnson, L. deBaecl-ce,
and L. Kavalauskas leads
Yhem to the Saviour.
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The iong-awaited evening has
arrived - Seniors take their
places of honor on the Bishop's
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Rhoads, Mr. and Mrs
Fred Reilly, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Kavalauskas, our chaperones,are about
to enioy the refreshments.
d W e all rateful to Joan Petrone for
The enchanting music of Roger Kent's orchestra is an important ingre ient e ar g
ofa charming Tea Dance. her wonderful support of the Tea Dance
by submitting the greatest number
of patron s.
'lop How: Jackie Bondi, Petsy Flanagan, Katherine
O'Connor, Sally Mansell, Mary Anne Smale, Helen
Racquet. Bottom Row: Anne Shoup, Maria C. Muc
acho, Mary I.ou Gorman, Patsy Weber, Anne Spillan
Co-captains: Mary Lou Gorman and Patsy Weber
congratulate next year's co-captains: Maria C.
Muchacho and Jackie Bondi.
'lop Itow: Rita Reyes, Alice Waters,
Emily Peltier, Barbara Reinhardt, Mary
O'Brien, Christine Moranz, Doranne
Hanley. llotlom ltowz Betsy Bateman,
Helene Haggerty, Peggy Conroy, Loretta
Brandenburg, Mary Joan Robinson.
l'wo Mounhes guard the goal cage apprehenslvely as their adver-
oach Danenhower confers with star players, Pat Weber and Mary
All we can do now is watch. The action
seems to have shifted to the other end
of the field.
It looks like victory for fheMounf as Mary
Lou Gorman and Pat Weber fear down the
field foward the goal.
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Flanagan, A. Daly, M. McCauley. Second How: R. Joyce, A. Flanagan,A.
Farrell, J. Coacher, K. Hibbs, H. Gleadall, K. McGee, J. Karleskind.
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Laughter and chatter mingle freely
during half-time at theCecilian game
Center: Nancy Dalton, Captain. Standing:
D. McClelland, K. O'Connor, B. Rein-
hardt, M. L. Gorman, M. Rios.
Our wonderful couch and frnend Mass Annette
ln trying fa 'rake each other tealous, Sonia Marlene Frank, and
Danilo, Agnes Shields, draw the attention of a group of rivals.
err i ow
"l am a dutiful wife" - Natalie, Angela DeSanti s,
tells the downhearted Jolidon, Molly Stephens.
Right: Prince Danilo, Agnes Shields, "takes the
first at hand" as he sings of his escapades at
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St. Brioche, Helen Gleadall, proposes a toast to the
"charming Baroness Populi", Angelo Desantis.
Soma, Marlene Frank, sings oi life In
Marsovia to these hopeful gentlemen.
Marsovian Folk Dancers perform at a
reception given in Sonia's garden.
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at the Marsovian Embassy.
Anne Woodring, accompani st.
"A woman's too much for a manl" -- Prince Danilo learns at last.
Nisch, Anne Marie Fengler, proclaims himself "a most distinguished man".
Maxim's wouldn't be Maxim's without these "little Paris Ladies'
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danced by Sonia, Marlene Frank, and
the active Prince, Agnes Shields.
This chorus modestly boasts 1 K
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mechanically at the camera.
These Juniors would be an interest-
ing spectacle in the Security Council
as they portray friendly Russians.
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charming supporting cast for
Senior Arabian Beauties would make
The May Court gaily attends their Queen,
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The happy ending ofthe story comes as
the little girl, Sally Gillies, and the
Prince, Alice Waters, sit ioyfully under
the watchful eyes of the Sugar Plum
Fairies and their queen, Dolores Sprowls.
Looking at the world through rose colored
glasses, is an ambition realized by these
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colorfully depict these instruments.
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H. Primus, J. Palacio, M. Stephens and
N. Patterson proudly display their
precious purchases from Saks', as they
wait for the bus by the doors of Saint
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in anticipation of their trip.
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Sodality Prefectsi C. Fitzgerald, P. James, and
J. Yates approach the chapel singing, to
honor Our Blessed Lady.
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Sodalists L. Kunkel, A. Senser, H. Toppitzer, and M.
DeLussa walk reverently down the patb singing Mary's
P. Robin is about to crown Our Lady of Lourdes with a
wreath presented by P. Hauser.
Senior Student Officers: L. Straub,
P. Hauser, and J. Norris gracefully
lead the procession to the grotto.
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Granny opened the leatherbound trunk and pulled
out a paper yellowed wuth age She wlnked at her
grandchnld snttmg by her slde and sand This
paper IS better than any
nursery rhyme It tells s
about the most pronwnent
world fngures In 1962
Granny opened the
paper to the news sectuon
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94 Kathy Collins, fsrst
woman president of the
Unlonandpatron ofthe hot
rod , recently announced her desire to sponsor
anyone who would set a new round the world record
In Ann Spillane s car Mary Lou Gorman and her
husband volunteered But Ann well skilled ln the
art of souplng up , had done too thorough a 'ob
on her Chevy The car went so fast that lt broke
through the earth s atmosphere and landed on
Mars It may now be seen nn the Martian Art
Museum which IS designed like the one bullt by
Nanci Patterson to replace the old Phlladelphxa
Art Museum The Martlans call thus museum The
Kavalauskas Memorial Institute' after Loretta
Kavalauskas, famed engineer ofVnllanova College
Loretta IS an lnspnratlon for many a hot rod builder
Lynn Murray has won the loving cup for the
Hambone League by runnmg the 440 yard dash In
4 seconds Lastweek, Jean McCorkeII Queeme
to her colleagues, won the shot put contest for
LaSalle College where she IS stall a mayor In the
art of basketball Marla Crlstlna Azua recently
renounced her monastic hermltage In Ecuador to
represent her country as a pole vaulter In the
Olympics being held In Japan While In Japan
Marla met Wnlla Byrne and Nancy ONelll who
were sent to that country by the presndent of the
U N. General Assembly
X Agnes Shlelds. Agnes was
elected presldent on the
basls of herllterary achleve
,QC 'Q A' i ments and particularly for
hernovel, "Callsthenlcs, A
Means to Good Health".
Wrlla and Nancy are now
A, fM.j' entertaining as Gelsha gurls
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at Pat O Boyle s hotel,
Pamlla Arms, the Japanese
branch of the famous chaln of hotels
flrst establushed at Cedars, Pa Patsy Weber,
lnternatlonally famous for her Coy glances, IS
stationed at the door to draw ln customers Also
working there as bouncer
to escape the wlles of Joanne Nask lt seems that
Joanne has some old scores to settle with Reds
Far on the other slde of the globe, Marne Slade
has retired to her home on the Rnvnera bought with
the fortune she accumulated by her South Jersey
Tax: Service She IS reported having been seen at
the gaming tables wnth ruthless gambler, Adele
Murphy Goldmine Murph IS wanted by 72
countries for bankruptlng the national treasurles
Also worklng on the Rlvlera IS Marulyn DeSlmone,
prlmadonna of the Russian Theatre of Ballet
Marulyn s former teacher, Alice McCloskey, gave
Trlsh Renlly trylng
up a lucrative positron as ballerina at the Holy
Cross School of the Dance to replace Johnny on the
Philip Morrus ads Alice has often danced to the
clang clang rhythm of Sally Glllles Anvil Chorus
Sally IS the world s most outstanding Blacksmith
Also vacatuonlng at the Rlvlera IS the Admiral of
the Fleet and his cabln boy Kay Rhoads
On the home front, Pat Auerbach IS campaign
mg for president If elected Pat promises to make
Brooklyn a state She may meet opposition from
Lorralne Sukalskn the hard boiled manager of the
Cleveland lndlans Lorrame, first lady of the
diamond fears that uf Brooklyn becomes a state,
her lndlanswlll never have a chance for the series
Clssy Crane has lust had an article published
In the National Geographuc Magazme The article
IS a report of the fmdmgs of her excavatlons at
Valley Forge ln the same Issue of the Natlonal
Geographic IS the fnrst comlc strip ever printed
there, Cartoonlst Paula Collins' "Donald Dope '.
Molly Stephens of the Navy Nurse Corps has
lust won the Nobel Peace Prlze for promoting good
will among nations. Lieutenant Commander
Stephens generously donated four pounds of flesh to
an undernourlshed Russian soldier who needed lt.
ln the theatrxcal field, Jams Mahoney IS enter
talmng the troops overseas. Janls,one of the fore
most actresses of today, recently won an oscar for
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her performance of Ophelia In Hamlet" Also
entertammg the troops IS torch snnger Nancy
Dalton, who lmmortallzed Julle In Show Boat"
Her rendltuon of Just my Bull can stall brung tears
to one s eyes
Marianna Fox IS starrmg un the tntle role of a
new Broadway show The Lnfe of Snster Kenny
The muslc crutlcs are raving about Terese Ann
McGroarty who IS now smgmg with Mary Agnes
O Connor s LatmAmerlcan band on tour from Ham
After the Metropolltan Opera Company had dns
charged Terese for shattering all the glass In the
housewlth her hugh notes, Tess could find employ
ment only with Mary Agnes She needed the help
of former classmate, Helen Primus un gettlng thus
job Helen plays the glockensplel In the band and
Influenced the Conshohocken Rhunba queen to
glve Tess the posltlon
Looking Into the world of society, we fund
Petsy Flanagan as leader of the Junlor set
Petsy entertains many lunlor executives at tea
Dottle Feehan has lust
won another blue rlbbon for
the fune strarn of French
poodles she has raised To
all dog fanclers this breed
IS called F fr ""
Susle Rrchmond, the
Elsa Maxwell of Atlantnc
Cnty socuety IS fast be '
commg a pauper from grvnng
Charlotte Branagan has
managed to pass customs
safely on her return from Africa where she conducted
a head hunting party Charlotte brought some sou
vemrs back wlth her and feared that the customs
officials would never pass her During her hunting
expedltlon, Charlotte ran into Marne Tetl, who had
married a medlcme man ln an attempt to bring
modern medrclne to the tropics
Maryanne Dever has been assigned by the Pope
to re wrlte the calendar of the samts There IS a
discrepancy ln the dates ofsome ofthe samts feast
days and Maryanne alone knows how to correct
them She has also been mstructed to add Sally
Mansell sfeast day to the lust Sallywas swlmmlng
off the coast of Cape May and an looking at the
coast guards,bumped her head agaunst a lighthouse
and drowned She rs known as the patroness of
Sad to relate, Claire Mauger IS occupying a
padded cell In Bella Vista When the authorxtles
saw her trying tosled down thehlll ofthe PS D In
mud summer, they decided somethlngwas deflnltely
ln the business world we fund that Angela De
Santls has opened a toupee shop for bald headed
women Afterworknng for Charles Antell fora number
of years, her haur became
straught and thenfellout To
save others from the same
embarrassment, she opened
thus shop However, Anne
Marne Fengler, now known
as the orlglnal shaggy dog,alsoworked for Charles
Antell demonstrating how the famous formula would
work on eye brows
Maryell Garrett as the President of the United
Mme Workers After John L dled, the umon massed
hrs eyebrows, and elected Maryell to keep hrs
memory alive Maryell has had much trouble In
suppressmg the communists rn the Umon Mostduffl
cult of these IS Mary Anne Smale, quute a fanatlc
over Uncle Joe
Mary Jane Perry, the perfume tycoon, has lust
put two new perfumes out on the market Mlle Perry
calls them ENH and ENH ENH
Pat Johnson IS teaching Inu lltsu at nrght
school Pat leamed the oriental art as a means
of self defense against hold up men who frequented
her former place of business
Lynn deBaecke IS edltmg a magazine, Fash
lonable Halr do s for Scrub women She offers a
galvanized scrub bucket to all new subscribers
Mildred DeLussa, renowned halr stylist, IS actmg
as technical advisor Mildred IS famous for her
revolutionary style the Boxer Bob
Ann Daly has recently been appointed Dean of
Social Dasclplrne at West Point Mlss Daly has
inaugurated a new system of reform whereby any
cadet In poor standlng must escort her to the
Mary Louise Gerhard as the newly elected
president of the Bachelor Girls Club Mel has
resigned herself to the fact that she s lust not
the type men go for
A celebrlty much In demand IS Ann Belrn, the
sclntlllatmg redhead, who IS the relgnlng Miss
Tootsie Roll of 1962
Workmg for the betterment of souls IS Helen
Toppltzer who has entered the convent As Sister
Suzanne of the order of St Stephen, she advises
wayward gurls Also working ln rellglon IS Joan
Palaclo,avery active member of the Salvation Army
Shewas recently promoted from her postat the corner
of 5th and Fayette Streets,
and she now plays the drums
at 42nd and Broadway
Granny stopped readnng
and put the paper back unto
But Granny," the llttle
vonce besude her pnped up
Whowere you? What was
your name then 7"
Granny smiled and sand,
name? Why my name was
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
e the Senlor Class of n1neteen hundred and
L-1fLylVl0 of Mount Samt Joseph Academy
belng of threadbare mlnds and elbows do
hereby w1ll and bequeath the followmg
treasures to those who have know1ngly
otherwise mented them
To the Faculty A box of asp1r1n the large
To the Junlors Lynn Murray s llttle black
book of excuses
To the Sophomores Our lnnate and mvaluable
knowledge of the Unxted NGIIODS
To the Freshman An lncomlngclass ofphoto-
To the future Sheaf Staff A box lunch to
stave off the pangs of sxx o clock hunger
To the Day llops l reedom of speech ln the
To the Boarders A speclal order of electrlc
blankets for those cold cold nlghts
.lacquelme Bondl Mary Anne Smale s enloy
ment of quaint French customs
Joanne Brandt Janis Mahoney s love of
Joan Coacher Patsy lleber s basketball
Janice Dlamond Charlotte Branagans shy
Dlane Doucett Sally Mansell s salad bowl
haircut and Al1ceWater s knack of falllng
asleep ln class
'lllrxam Fenerty Petsy Flanagan s goalle
pads and Clalre Mauger s lnlmxtable wlt
VLCLOFIH Fengler Pat Johnson s 2 30 Latm
class on Tuesdays and Molly Stephens
stones about Our Joe
Shlrley Gamon Dottle Ann Feehan s recently
acqulred llarvard accent
Joan lfarleskxnd lynn de Baecke s gay
nalvete and Adele Murphy s devll may care
DoloresMcClelland Ixayflhoads bell bottom
Marle Meany Lorralne Sukalskls tltle of
Anne Mullahy Maryanne Dever s passport to
LaSalle and Marle Slade s cooklngunlform
LIZ Murray Allce McCloskey s membershlp
card to the SIX footer club
Latherlne O Connor Joanne Nasks rubber
Dolores Porter Trlsh Rellly s Gene 1us and
llelen Prlmus mldday Pomp and Clrcum
Dolores Ryan Maryell Garrett s chronlc
disease of belng on tlme and Marle Tetl s
blologlcal descrlptlon of desserts
nne Shoup Marla Azua sspeedy speech and
Mary Jane Perry s dlet
nne lloodrlng Nancy O Nelll s hrgh ratlng
onnle Lollers Paula Colllns place IH the
chorus llne second from the left
rances Castaldl LNHHCI Pattersons name
d1fflCUlly and Marlanna Fox s grapefruit
MaryJo Chrlsty Joan Palaclo s Come on a
my llouse attltude
andra Dally Kathy Colllns dlploma from
Masula d Empalre Nancy Dalton s eccentrlc
lxathy Doyle Mlldred delaussa s pony tall
Georglna llernandez Clssy Crane s mllltary
flnxsh from Valley Forge
Rlta Joyce Ann Belrns and Mary Agnes
O Connor s parklng spaces
Lysbeth lxunkel Helen Toppltzer s extensive
French vocabulary and Terese Ann
McGroarty s frlvolous fem1n1n1ty
Marlan McCauley Mary Lou Gorman s gulle
Maureen McOscar Pat OBoyle s and Ann
plllane s long dlstance telephone conver
satlons on Math
Chr1st1na 'lloranz Agnes Shxelds SIX o clock
ed1tor shlp blues and Jean McCorkel s
Marla C Muchacho Pat Auerbach s sunny
Marla R105 Sally Glllles prowess on the
Mary Joan Roblnson Susle Rlchmond s
Anne Senser W11laBwne s SXOLIC appearance
and Loretta Kavalauskas open book method
Phyllis SUll1V3n Anne llarle Fengler s llght
footed strxde and Ann Daly s cowboy galt
Susxe Sulllvan Angela deSant1s rendmon of
Music MUSIC MUSIC
Joan Vlalters Marllyn deS1mone s lnfectlous
glggles and Mary Lou Gerhard s svelte
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a and advertisers who have helped to make the publication
Corrplrn ents ot
Joseph Adarr CS Son Co
6146 N 20th Street
Arrstocrat lce Crearr
4th G Poplar Streets
Best wrshes to my classmates
lx rss l3atr1c1a Auerbach
Best wlshes to the Class of 52
Dr and lvrrs H W Auerbach
272 East 19th Street
Brooklyn New York
Mr and Mrs Henry Azua
Fcuador South Arrerrca
Co lDl1l1'1GYll.S of
L Levrn Manager
A S Beck Shoe Store
5601 Gernanto vn Ave
D9 t ushes of
53 Barclay Street
New York 7 N Y
Conqratulatrons to the Class
Mrs Frank Belrn
233 F Sedgwrck Street
Prrladelphra 19 Pa
lr Jar' es A Be-rrn
Benetrclal Savrng Fund
1200 Chestnut Street
Phrladelphra 7 Pennsylvanra
Con plrrrents of
Beverly Novelty Co
4971 Wakefield Street
ln Merrory of
Lawrence N Blanche
Success to the Class of 52
Francrs B J Branagan
Burlder and Developer
of this book a reality
Mr and Mrs Wrllram A Byrne
Byrne Manufacturrng Co
116 Shurs Lane
Phrladelphla 27 Pa
Edward A Carroll Inc
Bala Cynwyd Pa
lvyrrdge 3 0166 and 3 4140
Corrplrments to the Class of 52
Casa Conrrercral Azua
'vlanta Manabr Ecuador S A
rnous for frne food
Mr and Mrs John Castaldr
and Hose Castaldr
Le Cercle Jeanne d Arc 1952
Chestnut H111 Lumber Co
John T Earley
Chestnut H111 Market
Blu enthal QS Hayrran
Phrla delphra 18 Pa
Good luck to the Class of
hr and Mrs V1 B Chrrsty
Congratulatrons to the Class of
lr and Mrs F' V'1l11arr Clayton
College Grrls Tarlors
138 S 20th Street
Phrladelphra 3 Pa
Mr and Mrs Maurrce N Collrns Jr
Congratulatrons to the Class of '52
lvr and Mrs Francrs T Crane
lxrss Crssy Crane
Mr and Mrs John Dalton
3rd and Srnrth Streets
Mrllvrlle N J
Mr and Mrs John Dalton Jr
Mrllvllle N J
Mr and Mrs C J Daly
1600 E lvhddleton Street
Congratulatrons to the Class of 52
Dr and Mrs Henry L de Baecke
Sweet memorres Class of 52
Mrsses Lynn and Clarre de Baecke
Mr and Mrs Leonard De Santrs Jr
Best of luck from
Evelyn and Julra De Srrrone
Congratulatrons to the Class 5
Mr and Mrs John J Dever
1926 W Venango Street
Phrladelphra 40 Pa
Maryanne and Johnny Dever
Elsre G Ellrs
Germantown Placerrent Servrce
1 19 W Chelten Avenue
Phrladelphta 44 Pa
Mrss Anne Marte Fengler
Congratulatrons to the Graduates
Mrs Thon as H Fengler
1921 Wynnewood Boad
Mrs Charlotte Frne
Dr and Mrs John C Flanagan
507 E Boumfort Road
Phrladelphra 19 Pa
John C Jr Marte Therese
Anne Marre Joseph C and
Kathleen Anne Flanagan
Sunset and Norwood Ave
Phrladelphra 18 Pa
Mr and Mrs EdwardJ Fox
Salerr New Jersey
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Best of luck to my classmates
Mrss Marranna Fox
Freshman A 1952
Freshman B 1952
Complrments of a Frrend
Mr Harry Gerhard Jr
707 Westvrew Street
Good Luck to the Clas of 52
Mrs Edward Grllres
J L G111resCo lnc
Chestnut H111 Pa
213 Frtzwater Street
Conqratulatrons to the Class of 5
Mr and Mrs Albert E Gorman
Parnt G Hardware Store
5809 Gerrrantown Avenue
Phrladelphra 44 Pa
Henry A Hurst
1208 Chestnut Street
Best wrshes to the Class of 52
Joan and Kathleen
Best wrshes to the Graduates of 52
Mr and Mrs Edward G Johnson
315 W Fern Street
Jumor A 1952
Junror B 1952
Kolb s Dew Drop Inn
Crty Lrne and Germantow
WH 8 9804
Lou s Sandwrch Shop
414 E Maln Street
Norrrs town Pa
Norrrstown 8 9084
Mack Transportatron Co
4330 Torresdale Avenue
Phrladelphra 24 Pa
Mr and Mrs Gerald Mahoney
J enkrntown Pa
Best wrshes to rry classmates
8445 Emlen Street
Phrladelphla 19 Pa
Mrs Lourse Marten
Modern Beauty Shop
85 South Avenue
Brrdqeton N J
Mr and Mrs George Martrn
Wrllram C lxartrn
801 Walnut Street
Phrladelphra 7 Pa
Mr and Mrs W Mauqer
Best Nrshes from
Mrs Freada Meekeey
Mount Sarnt Joseph
John C Muller Inc
Hoofrnq and Heatrnq Contractors
709 N 63rd Street
Mr and Mrs Francrs J Mullrn
John J McSha1n lnc
17th and Sprrnq Garden Streets
Mr and Mrs Joseph Nask
6624 Malvern Avenue
8891 Germantown Avenue
Phrladelphra 18 Pa
Conqratulatrons to the Class of 52
Mrs Florence O Boyle
Mr and Mrs Thomas J O'Connor
814 Hector Street
Best wrshes to the Class of 52
Mr and Mrs John B O Nerll
Conqratulatrons to the Class of 52
Mr and Mrs Wrllram E Murphy
531 Lrndley Road
Conqratulatrons to the Class of '52
Mr Harry L Murray
Best wrshes to the Class of 52
Mr and Mrs S P McCloskey
Best wrshes to Class of '52
Mr and Mrs Janres McCorke11
Mrss Jean McCorkell
Good lucl' to the Class of 52
Mrs Francrs McGroarty
Conqratulatrons to the Class of '52
Mrss Lrnda lV'cGroarty
Complrn ents ot
Mr and Mrs Francrs C Palacro
208 E 5th Avenue
Jeanne and Betty Palermo
Conqratulatrons to the Class of
Mrss Nancr Patterson
Mr and Mrs Lawrence Patterson
A A Perry
G E Applrcances
4709 Frankford Avenue
Contractor G Burlder
135 F Upsal Street
Conqratulatrons to the Class of 52
Mr and Mrs Fred Herlly
243 Laveer Street
Phlladelphra 20 Pa
Good luck classmates
Wrllram K Bernhardt Realtor
3rd and Mrtflrn Streets
Phrladelphra 48 Pa
Mr and Mrs Samuel M Rhoads
601 W Medary Avenue
Phrladelphra 28 Pa
Hhoads Sheet Metal Works lnc
1315 N Front Street
Joseph G Hrchmond
309 Guarantee Trust Burldrnq
Atlantrc Crty New Jersey
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lt rs Agnes Wall and
Mrss 'llary E O Connor
Mr and Mrs Paul V Waters
Melrose Park Pa
Congratulatrons to the Class of 52
Mr and Mrs Joseph P Weber
lxr and Mrs Wrllrarr Wrggrns
6929 Stenton Avenue
Best Nrshes frorr
Mr and Mrs F C Woodrrng
West Oak Lane Fa
Congratulatrons to the Class of 52
Mr and Mrs Francrs B J Branagan
Carr O Brren Company
1500 Walnut Street
500 Vernon Road
Phrladelphra 19 Pa
Thomas Francrs and Roberta Crane
333 E Meehan Street
Fhrladelphra 19 Pa
Mrss Anne Daly
West Oak Lane Fa
Mr Eugene A De Boyrre
Mr and Mrs C E Dolafvay
501 E Sedgwrck Street
Phrladelphra 19 Pa
Mr and Mrs Joseph Eugenre
1008 W Clrveden Street
Phrladelphra 19 Fa
Complmaents of an
rnterested and generous frrend
Best Nrshes to the Class of '5
Mrs Loretta V Garrett
48 Woodale Fload
Chestnut H111 Fa
Ho w ell Manufacturrng Company
Cottman and Hasbrook Streets
Backed by 20 years of experrence
Good luck to the Class of 52
Jams and Ronald Mahoney
150 Washrngton Lane
613 Bethlehem Frke
Whrtemarsh 8 0500
Best wrshes to the Class of '52
Mr and Mrs W G Mansell
Menz Brothers Sanrton Cleaners
Brrdgeton N J
Mr EdwardB Moranz
Best wrshes to my classmates
1v1ss Adele Murphy
Mr and Mrs H Bruce Murray
J T Nulty and Son
Funeral Drrector srnce 1888
Levrck and Battersby Streets
Frankford Avenue and Church Streets
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W E Byan lnc
Down Home Farms
Beadrng Termrnal Market
H J Sangmerster MD
1900 Brttenhouse Square
Phrladelphra 3 Pa
Mrss Marte Slade
B D No 2
Brrdgeton N J
1316 Walnut Street
Congratulatrons to the Class of 52
Mr and Mrs Charles Shrelds
Dr and Mrs George Shoup
West Oak Lane Fa
Emll Shurgot Beal Estated lnsurance
Notary Publrc Mortgage Funds
4207 Gerrrantown Avenue
Phrladelphra 40 Fa
G G L. Srgel
37 S 19th Street
Phrladelphra 3 Pa
Mr and 1v1rs George Slade
Mr and Mrs B F Smale Sr
826 Hollywood Blvd
Mr and Mrs B F Smale
Sophomore Class 1952
The Spamsh Club
Best of luck classmates of '5
Best wrshes to the Class ol '52
for a happy future
The Sprllane Famrly
Success to the Class of '5
Mrs Catherme E Stephens
Student Councrl Assocratron
We re wrth you 52
Lorrarne Mrtchell and
Success to the Class of '52
Mr and Mrs Mrtchell E Sukalskr
7160 Charles Street
Phrladelphra 35 Fa
Sunshrne Premrum Beer
Sunshrne Brewrng Co
John J Feehan Phrla Manager
Mr Gerald Trench
Atlantrc Crty N J
Mr and Mrs Francrs P Tetr
8919 West Chester Prke
Upper Darby Fa
God Bless the Class of '52
Mrss Marre Tetr
Mr and Mrs GeorgeC Topprtzer
Mrss Helen G Topprtzer
Drexel H111 Fa
Wagner's Relrgrous Artrcles
425 427 W Grrard Avenue
Fhrladelphra 23 Pa
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But most of all we remember the last daysot school All too qulckly June
and graduatlon swept upon us Gowns final exams the Baccalaureate
Mass and lnvltatlons to the graduation dance made our world a bright
bubble of bustlung actlvlty But suddenly the bubble broke and there
eyed ln our newly acquired roles And so with the addntlon at this
dlplorra to our album we closed the door of hugh school and opened
the door of memories
emerged the brand-new alumnae of Mount Saint Joseph Academy, starry-
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