Nazareth Academy - Marygold Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

 - Class of 1952

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V x . , !li'i"1g N fu ,l Mvwm-wtmnw, 1 - Above: The facade of Nazareth Academy, the school we "love a million" not only for the beauty of its building and campus but for all it means to us in laying the foundation for our future. Opposite page: One spot of scenic beauty on the campus the dog wood trees in bloom lining the path to the novitiate. The snow-covered main entrance to Nazareth-a beautiful though rare scene this winter. 2 ll' U5 lllllllllj QSLLL 0 Clnona Building Cathedrals- Theme .............. Dedication ..... Architects- Administration Contractors- Faculty ....,......,... Apprentice Builders- Student Body ..... Building Process ...... Mental .........,. Physical ......... Spiritual ..,.......... Professional Builders- Senxors ............... Financiers- Patrons ....... .r v. D QU 'af:i'52'Q" 'ff' Inspired by the building here in Philadelphia's Greater Northeast and the building program of the Con- gregation of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, we, the students of Nazareth Academy, are also building . . . cathedrals. With Mary, God's Mother and ours as our guide, we build the temples of our minds, our bodies, and our hearts. Our firm adherence to our Catholic faith forms the spiritually strong foundation of these cathedrals. Constant persevering work under the watchful eye of the faculty erects its strong walls. Sports, social functions, and other extra curricular activities develop in us a sound and healthy body, a living temple for the indwelling of His Holy Spirit. As graduates of 1952, supported with the flying buttresses of prayer and of grace, we, the Hnished cathe- drals, consecrated to the Almighty, are ready to withstand the storms of the future. Cut portals are open wide. Do come with us and see for yourself Cod's temples under construction. Left: Nazareth Academy Grade School, completely rebuilt from an uld garage. Below: The Immaculate Conception Novit- iate, recently enlarged to accommodate the influx of new candidates. 5 """Qu'5lu 'E I ce. . ..4Qf'!"05 The huilding here on the Nazareth campus lacing one of our sources of inspiration, wc proudly and reverently dedicate the 1952 AIARYCOLD to you, Reverend Mother Provincial. For your part in help- ing to huild Goals ezitlienlruh in us-directly through your own shining example and indirectly through our dear faculty-and for your ever motherly inter- est in the progress of this building of ours-we thank you with all our hearts. Tl IE VIZRY REV. NOTI IPR N. NEOMISIA Superior Prcwinciul ol' the Sisters of the lloly lfiiniily of Nimireth Ph.D.-Catholic University THE VERY REV. MOTHER M. BOZENA Superior General of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth The Holy Family of Nazareth as painted by Tade and Adam Styka, the original of which is found at the Little Flower House of Prmx ld' River, New Xorlc. dence, VK' a mg 9-sw " 'll iiiav. MOTHER xi. CENTOLLA Superior Under the kind guidance of Sister M. Tarsitia, our heloved Principal, the foundation of our cathedrals is laid. Ilers is an active interest in all our problems, he they big or little, and hers is the ever watchful eye whieh detects the least Ilaw in our building proc- ess. wl.lll'OUgl1Ollt the year Sister eontrihutes all her time and energy to one definite purpose-the per- fection of these temples of ours. ln hidding farewell to her, wc, the 1952 graduates, will hut say that there is in our cathedrals a niche ol' appreciation set aside ex- pressly for her. hlaking announcements to the public address system many and varied importan SISTER M. TARSITIA Principal lXl4A.-Catlwlie University the student hotly hy way of is only one of Sister Tarsitizfs t duties. fl L I liek :E X ,, Y QT X' , . ' l 1 ' ni A REV. IGNATIUS SZAL l.C.D.-Catholic University Senior Religion Clmplnin, Soclnliry Director I SIS TER M. MICINA Commercial Certificate-London Religion, English. Bookkeeping junior Adoration Society S ur .Zac em A M.A.-Villanova English, Polish, Health Aspirzmts 'Hx 'iii SISTER M. OLIMPIA M.A.--Villanova Latin, Health Drmuatics, Latin Club fm Ez"'f SISTER M. SYLVIA SISTER M. CHRISTINE BS. in Education-Nlarywood Religion, junior Business Train ing, Typing Commercial Club SISTER M. HONORATA BS. in Education-IN'Iarywo0d Religion, Stenography Soolality - SISTER M. VERONICA ILS. in Eclucutinn-Villanova Biulogy, lNIor.lern European Ilistnry Student Council Que' S, . .ai SISTER M. PLAUTILDA A.II.-Villanova Religion, Typing, Stcnograpliy, Art, French anc! griencb SISTER INI. EUPPIEIYIIA B.S. in Education- Catholic University Algebra, Geometry Aspirants, Math Club SISTER IXI. ECIIDIA A.B.-Catholic University Religion, Latin, English, French fd. SISTER NI. INIISAELA B. S. in Education- Cutliolic University Religion, American History, Wlurlcl Ilistnry prefect of Boimlers SISTER INI. DULCISSIINIA Religion, VVorlcl Ilistory, Spanish Spanish Club 9 i N xx ---If X Q ul' Oullfie 0l'6 SISTER M. PLACIDE Mus. B.-Catholic University English, Religion The Nazareth, journalism Club is-tk. l l SISTER M. CALLISTA Teacher's Music Certiigc Vocal, Instrumental Glee Club, Orchestra IO ate Clark l l 'N-his-ana fur SISTER M. BENEDIC B.S. in Education-Chestnut Hill Home Economics, National Prob- lems, Physics, Chemistry Assistant Prefect of Boarders SISTER M. JANE 1 Mlgg B.S. in Library Science- Library, Mathematics Library Club St. John's yy ,sss I we SISTER M. AUXENCIA R..N.-Mercy Hospital, Altoona Home Nursing SISTER M. FLORENCE A.B.-Catholic University THE NIARYGOLD MISS FLORENCE McLAU GHLIN Physical Education Athletic Association DR. GEORGE MORTIMER D.D.S.-Temple University School Dentist MRS. STASIA WOICZYNSKI RN.-Saint Mary's Hospital School Nurse .siuclenf ouerning 935 fri?-v d ...LL Irene L. Kornowska Vice-President Reverend Mother M. Neomisia, with the assistance of Norma Wilt presents Joanna Evans, President, with the Student Council insignia. is LJ Claire A. Burns Secretary I Supervising the conduct of the sopho- mores by the lockers on the second floor is Student Councillor, Suzanne Simon. Holding the reins of the student government in their hands is a capable trio of oflicers headed by Ioanna Evans, school president. As leaders of the student body they realize they have pledged them- selves, under the capable guidance of Sister M. Veronica, to share with the faculty the responsibility of school discipline and order. Prospective world leaders, they also know that obedience to God's law is the basic law and it is this fact that they try to teach both by word and by example. Y.. . x 4 xx.llllllQ-lllll'lil'Yl'lAL'lKl lXl4YillL'l'l17I7lIlIllLll rililions IIL Studi ntf Yllllillllil l t It 4 uit l L ln: N x ntl 1 lux V - . , . Marx' XX vwcltxt, 1.4-orgllm lD.llxL'I', ltlaunt' lltnrltm s Suit-1t'ft'wslt.i, Slllllllllt' Simon, llolorts lm s ,U X lucy lXllL'lllNli1l, Alice llklklllll, lintlilccn l llllllll l ttrltli Ixtllx Xliix os ,N lm l.or'mi11c liurcclxai. 1, J -1 7 3 63 1"' r r 5 X rms lki 7 r 7 10 ff fl 5 , or ff' E, 'I 'A il I3 To i7 6 so m 'X 1252 r y NRM K A Aus X5 I6 I7 J! s s r r r r FBESHMEN 1Dr o,, A r A s Q , ADVISER-QSISTEB M. , r fre ir , 1. gamers Marys Rose Almjigij y is of S ' 3- Dim A1225fE4olDIdCfaXs3HsiHSkH2 1 1 .,.: X X ann al . Bernadette , . ' , Elaine YIIQQQ5 b Noni iw f? 45 if lo 5-.mg 11.1 A' CZYHSICHS 3? ifbf Qk"'?if1 ya :. 2, in gr D ,W M Callahan? LLL r i011?19- Aj ,bor:'234 1 Dee 21111 so lr' 'U Regigna Dereszewsiafs-Qv1wBarsa54m1 m his Q f'i P9415i 5 26 -m X .- A 5, N, ,F ., M ,rw EW 5 x x ll Q7' .li HQ:-Q Q. W mx! , 3 H r rrrr A fx xii , r , r , ,WM,. ,N ,, ,M s .. - neg rrfifla in ' " M, ' To the freshmen in her art classes Sister Plautilda demonstrates the different schemes of color harmony I l X 1 sit' ing! s 1 3 '1 Ag i 411l Emilie Schoenigcr and joan Rastettcr 5 show deep interest in Korea and A other Current spots of importance ' ' 1" 4, which Sister Misar-1a has just Pointed out on the globe. , X 7 FRESHMEN 2D ADVISER-SISTER M. MISAELA A 1. Josephine Dragong 2. Nadia Eserskigf 1' J if 3. Kathleen Fitchg 4. Miriam Fitzpatrickg 1' 1' 5. Virginia Gomelg 6. Jeanette Goughg 7. 4 ' ' Regina Cradyg 8. Lorraine Heleniakg 9. X X Regina Hellerg 10. Rosesylvia Himesg 11. I Juanita I-Iuberg 12. Patricia Illgasg 13. Lor- 7 f0 ll raine Iakabitisg 14. Rita jastrzebskag 15 Maryellen johnp 16. Irene Karaszkiewicz - w ,K 17. Lou Ann Kelleyg 18. Jane Kellyg 19 ,Q it iz- .Ss Patricia Kellyg 20. Christine Klinickag 21. V F ' J. . 1' .r Dolores Kobieg 22. Barbara Koppig 23. Io- 1' 1 N X' 1 1 Ann Kotwasinskag 24. Elaine Krolovich 4 ef. A 25. Irene Kubackag 26. ,Theresa Kubiak 1 f, W D, X6 27. Lorraine Kuczborskag 28. Walda Kuc- J , m zynskag 29. Henrietta Kwiatkowskig 30 1 .W 4:1 Mary Lepczyk. 5 , .V 5 A V af D k E .M , . k , f7 If 3 sw 4 I7 lv J, .13 .25 O17 K1 7,1 NL ifzlmfi N 1 51 .X sy 02.5 W .26 17 .ll .17 Ju e-A . 6 ' 4. A 4- Q' 'Z -H 5' K 4-Q aaa? . . ns: w 1 X 4 it a A X 1 1 K ' 1 X , K 5 1' ll I I 'M A sv. 1 .2 3 7' 5 4, sv 4 W sim X Ki'A1 WX X X E X K I I 'K' I K h 7 Z 7 sr I0 if ll s ,ag r , L L r rw ' 1 , s l r ih.STiIK'K I 13 17 . i. K X X L ww A f 'QV ' .15- 4 4' 'V X i .:W.n X fx s- x i .. r.:. 44 f My ,,ES'1Sf..viiQiMK sr s if iff i s r 2 ':faA f f K - 'f 1-4- v "XL . ff M, sssr r gg ,gkasiSrsrlgihesTQ1aMHYTG'!1Q!?1?iZg9w,irPa1I1C1Q5l 4 X S N QI. At I I7 .10 i ll QQ 14' A . ti Krii .,,L V: rr 1 1,-.i ii X s s QP .F fri s Q '- if' s 8Q1B6Se2PPiarfer is i . N +9 'fr , , Q A A 5 rgirbrff 5102 eggs, s -lb ow 'L' vi' r s Q sifSoseMaryRomh1iecId. ' b ,ggi 4 ' 4 Baia .15 ,le ,i,, si ,L-Q. .., - . g 'ff ff, . X Bi nk Q17 .LF r as ... L Q, in 1, QA 3-7 'Lia if m The Nazareth. Sister Piacide, adviser, and Alice Olszewska, editor, have found some thing humorous in their work FRESHMEN 4D ADVISER--SISTER M. DULCISSIMA 1. Phyllis Rowlandg 2. Maryann Rozanskag 3. Ioan Ruifg 4. Judith Rusterg 5. Gerald- ine Schmittg 6. Mary Theresa Schreiberg 7. Ida Sermarinig 8. Helen Siudag 9. Eileen Skromakg 10. Elaine Slawinskig 11. Bar- bara Ann Smithg 12. Mary Theresa Smithg 13. Patricia Smithg 14. Elaine Sobelewskag 15. Ethel Spruhdeg 16. Veronica Stevensg 17. Dolores Strohleing 18. Mary Ann Stroikg 19. Lorraine Sztukowskig 20. Casi- mira Szymanskag 21. Patricia Torpeyg 22. Barbara Voelkerg 23. Caroline Walczakg 24. Mary Wincekg 25. Lorraine Wisniew- skag 26. Dolores Wrightg 27. Victoria Wyzykowskag 28. Barbara Zegarskag 29. Frances Zenszer. I l fx 5, keg Ei 6- A "W v K. v v Ki.. na- ix H 'B 3 A 'Q S 'K 4. '- 1 M Sister Dulcissima mana es to find ' - 'S time for a little Spanish chat with Nadia Eserski, San Salvador, and 1 Luz Marie Diaz, Puerto Rico 7 gf , Ag' . if - -. . . A X Y ,km K If 5 H Q! ,Ll .' i 4 , I X xii L' 7 X5 5. iwem , ,K N X1 H X , f' ll 'I 1 l. X7 ff 6- . fly Q lie-9,1-MQ F 'ik lgekfiig. 1.2 f rr 7 4 ,f 1 1 iiit l ' . 'K -sf I .:, 1 1,4 . ,4 1.1, 1 'K Dashing up the Fire tower as if her very life depended upon it is Sister Egiclia. 1s energy your rniclcile name, Sister? U W B fi fa fv . ll I7 A .1 .I V, 1 X. Q N gk 1.6 SOPHOMORES 2C ADVISER-SISTER M. EGIDIA 1 1. Eileen Babulag 2. Delmar Bernathg 3. Jacqueline Brittg 71 4. Ioann Byrneg 5. Mary Ruth Carlisg 6. Helen Christineg 7. Marie Clarkeg 8. Luz Diazg 9. Barbara Dischert 10. Ellen 1 X Dustmang 11. Sheila Fergusong 12. Julia Fernandezg 13. Eleanor Fitzgeralclg 14. Theresa Garstkag 15. Mary Ann Grayg 16. Ioan Halclisg 17. Elaine Hendersong 18. Maxine Henshkeg ll 19. Frances Iwanczewskag 20. Frances jaskielewiczg 21. Dolores A 1, Kempinskag 22. Lorraine Koreckag 23. Mary Lynchg 24. Wilma if 3 Millerg 25. Claire Misg 26. Charlotte McDona1dg 27. Ann 2,33 Paxong 28. Theresa Poturalskag 29. Cynthia Prileyg 30. Mary Roginskag 31. Mary Ruppertg 32. Gloria Stefanowicz. 4 N I 3.2 y .23 KW -. sl K il QI 31 .li fL.,uRki4 36 -27 ,.., Qi .27 9.6 li ol, - x, i , ly eil E 1 :TV h ' an . 4. 5 7 5 4 7 x a ii .VI xi we f soPHoMoREs sc ADVISER--SISTER M. EUPHEMIA - 1. Marion Clavang 2. Theresa Connellyg 3. Dolores Czerwin- ff skag 4. Mary Domuratg 5. Geraldine Garbaczewskag 6. Marian Hillg 7. Ellen Irwing 8. Patricia Kellyg 9., S. Lorraine Komor- 'C owskag 10. S. Patricia Leog 11. Emma Mackleyg 12. Mary L4- Theresa Mazurowskag 13. Genevieve Mioduqzewskag 14. Kath- 4' leen Morgang 15. Mary Louise Mullaneg 16. Irene Nawrocltag A 17. S. Charlotte Niemczykg 18. S. Constance Piechockag 19. 1 Regina Ptynkiewiczg 20. Mary jane Savageg 21. Patricia X- Sheskog 22. Frances Stenclerg 23. Rita Stobierskag 24. Patricia "' Swierczewskag 25. S. Adele Szczesnag 26. S. Constance Trelag A 27. Theresa Willdnsong 28. S. Mary Wysockag 29. Lorraine . 1. 1' Zyskowskag 30. S. Gladys Zdong 31. Marie Zimmerman. W... I ' I7 X3 Ci l , . Sister ELlPl1Cl111llS Sllllllll lm patient explain s help mi geometry easier lor tlic SU1ll"1UllllI1'L5 5 J! 4't 'X 7 X 7 6 5 7 .L . Qi if 1 ig 1U f 6- .-A f Y. N Even blood smears become import- ant in the life of the sophomores after Sister Veronica prepares the slides in her spare time. 15 I6 X7 ff fy' li 'F N X mx K 5. YQ i E l - 6 'Q F all SOPHOMORES 1C ADVISER-SISTER M. VERONICA 1. Jacqueline Bolshawg 2. Cecilia Danoskag 3. Barbara De Luciag 4. Patricia Ensellg 5. Irene Filterg 6. Alice Gormleyg 7. Rita Grudzinskag 8. Eleanor Henrichg 9. Lucy Iaskowiakg 10. Rosemarie Kellyg 11. Casimira Kitag 12. Leona Kroliczakg 13. Anne Kruszynskag 14. Cynthia Kuliczkowskag 15. Elaine Langeg 15. Patricia McGonigleg 17. Jean Marie McGoverng 18. Gloria Olendrowiczg 19. Marie Paneg 20. Frances Parellg 21. Margaret Petroskyg 22. joy Reedg 23. Antoinette Ruchal- skag 24. Lorraine Sadowskig 25. Frances Senskeg 26. Florence Sibilag 27. Elaine Slaveskig 28. Mary jane Steing 29. Mary Thompsong 30. Charlotte Tyminskag 31. Clare Vielhauerg 32. Eleanor Weymanng 33. Marianne Wysocka. ci. 4. Q53 i.f 5' 4, f i 30, 3, no ,L as 9.7 .li .2 , k.m ,rr . W .. :1 f .t y HW' 3 i Ji z ' ei'ti 57 1 20 i 1... 4 l X i . r K I f .KMWM . his 1 Patricia Kelly. JUNIORS IB ADVISER-SISTER M. CHRISTINE 1. lV1argaret Algeog 2. Georgina Bakery 3. Anne Bradyp 4. Mildred Bradyg 5. Rita Buckleyg 6. Alexandra Budnag 7. Grace Capozzolig 8. Mary Dolan. 9. Geraldine Duffyg 10. Kathleen Fanning ll. Christine Filistowiczg 12. Joan Geissg 13. Ruth Gendekg 14. Lucretia Godwing 15. Josephine Hahng 16. Stella Kruszynskag 17. Geraldine Landherrg 18. Rose Marie Langow- skig 19. Dolores Luclwigg 20. Mary Frances Markmanng 21. Geraldine McKennag 22. Lorraine Michalskag 23. joan Milew- skag 24. Patricia Prendergastg 25. Elaine Redwanowskag 26. Anne Siemietkoskag 27. Barbara Smithg 28. Stephanie Szlenerg 29. Dorothy Szpindorg 30. Elaine Torreg 31. Dorothy Weigleg 32. Patricia Wiercinskag 33. S. Phyllis Wilowskag 34. Theresa Wozniak: 35. Barbara Zaikog 36. Florence Ziolltowska. A .24 Q: It A watch is something Sister Chris- tine likes to keep on hand. It is essential here where she is timing 1 K' ... 3 vig , 4 1, ..... , ,,W, 3 1 Q 'ji kit. .5 5 f 5 6 , N 'nv-lx 'in 6 7 I , s 5, . Jw Exe' ,f Q. Q-f X ,.. 5' G' la Ax' is ff till . . 3 11: 5 if J' if Q, y -3' ,R -.Li .X . K N A35 'Q 1 17 9.7 1.5 X6 g ' S AQ: 6- 1 'fx' in G 'M ' . he--t A el X N- X 2 W' f 1 7 l .11 13 1: ll p lr f7 ff f7 5. 'aff 'K 'R f 'hm LT t t f- uxif ' X l f' 4 iii' f N K N X s 7 1 'x i f. s ,gy M 31 5.2 35 57 JJ y 56 6 rt.. y . ' . E l I FT' ii ' ig Y' sm X A X l 'afB4gaki4Q WJ KB. I il . W" fix. L62 .Je Q! .,fs,x Srl . , ,X ki E 5-f 5 ix . ix .L Q .1 4 7 'Q' 6 11'-E39 1 X s f 4' K0 ff K., is 1.2 fj , -1 . .4 4 ii B ff I5 2 nh R' si 11,1 . - 5, A' ix.. .Pi 1'6 ff, fig -. - -. s, , . , i 5. .,, . i .l 2.7 .lj as ki in 1 . orata is near. JUNIORS 2B ADVISER--SISTER M. HONORATA l. Anna Babstg 2. Marianne Brancltg 3. Dolores Bonikowskag 4. Rosalie Cantwellg 5. Johanna Colferg 6. Geraldine Con- nellyg 7. Nancy Coyle. 8. Maureen Donahueg 9. Elizabeth Duncang 10. Veronica Endg 11. Elizabeth Gartnerg 12. Mary- ann Goslineg 13. Rose Herbrickg 14. Regina Hutterg 15. Lor- raine Kappsg 16. Patricia Kellyg 17. Marcita Keoughg 18. Jacqueline Kolsung 19. Ioan Konkelg 20. Lorraine Kwasizurg 21. Barbara Lachowicz: 22. Ioan Miltenbergerg 23. Shirley Misg 24. Helene Monczewskag 25. Regina Nowackag 26. Rose- marie Pezakg 27. Mary Reardong 28. Dolores Rosoivvskag 29. Genevieve Rozanslcag 30. Regina Rybasg 31. Elaine Rzepslcig 32. Nancy Schoettleg 33. Mary Vorhauer. 53 4 2 5 2.1 f N ff ao at A 1, .zz 5. age. 4. .X ,, hail I 5' 1 .4 5 . .5 'Q 'sm W W. ge... . ' 1 1. .U .li 7 J.: ac A 1 , V l i v ' if i f"'7"""t Rosalie Cantwell and Geraldine Connelly find no dlfhculty with their stenography when Sister Hon I Q, fn-,- 7 'S ' at 'w -4, J 'K ,gn '21 74? A 6' J- , nc 5: 'WA ww-W 'i QD A X 5' x 'K Q ,L 'm . 1-V .,., 'iv Qm's:+,, I- Ia A v, yy' Z' Q -iv Y 2 'QQ' A ', My in if Q v ll F R W' A .J xi.. xv' J-1 iyfagsk 'Q' Q -. ,Q-'mx lv R5 . in .., :4 vm K M fav 'fr . l I nw L. ff Www... Fifi -QP 'befall H nh ' ruinlencc lull First ron" Dolores CwlCI'- Boardcrs pose on the Steps of Sacred Heart muse, err i . . . . winslia, Cunstance Burczymlra, Tl1ereSa Poturalska, lXlaria Lungwnrtlx, Suzanne Simun. Second ww: Irene Musciclia, Casimira Szymanska. Third row: Constance Niziulelc, Rita Stubicrslxa, Mary Mazuruwska, Mary Domurat. Fourtli mw: Elaine Lange, Marianne Brandt, Maurecn Donahue. 7 lc R ' D szewslca, Jacqueline Kolsun. Fifth row: juscphine Hahn, Mary Vlince , egina ere wiclenf on flue Anticipating a fun packed weekend, M.iri.inne Brandt, sitting in taxi, bids Suzanne Sitnmn grind hy. Below: Study hall ntliers peare and quiet front the days activities fur clockwise Sister llunediet, Mary VVineek, Maria Lung- wnrtli, jaetlueline Ktilsun, Mary Maz- tirmvska, Maureen lltriialme, Casimira Sfyin.insk.i. Suzanne Simon, and Con- stance Niziiilelt. Resident students of NA. have :required in Septemher 1951 a new home, Sacred lleart Hall, a few yards tt-tim the Academy. This 'lliome away liruin hornei' houses a small fznnily of I8 girls, headed by Sister M. hlisaela, prefect, and Sister Nl. Benedict, assistant pre- lieet. The hniirders, as they are more liainiliarly known, will espe- cially retnemher Nzmareth and t-lit-rtsli it, lor here they have passed their adolescent years, de- xelnping lirrmi girlhood into young wiiiiiatilitmtl. 1,4311 4 Brisli autumn weather just ean't keep the huarders indnurs. lllaine Lange and Maria XVineelt reads thuse weletiine letters liruin hottie. gwurth ettliuv their apples while hlary ,f"'f" '7 'T 4. Tl ll tl rc ic aspirants listen intcntiy tm Sister Sylvia's spirit- i aiding of Uflierv There Is Io I .4 Timv out lim sports cm 1 . . 1 a ways bc fuund by the aspirants. Fiijoyiiig a game of volley ball arc: Victoria liilI'PlWt'iUll Gciibvicye ixliociuszewska, Fran- ces Piurlmwsk' ' ' a, and Alike Marikm It . vs . . ve, tie life of lluthc F' ' ' 1 r ramps Siedliska tuundr f t ., ess 0 the Sisters nf the lluly Family of Nazareth. Each clay tlic aspirants recite the rosary in common. 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' wgff' pf -, X ,A Y , ' -..,, 1 ' N 35' 'gif Npjgif ay? up, gr' AS' I ' ' " rf .fy ,f ,VJ , :if ,:-1 4 ' .0 - ' b , - 4, I Zi. 41' 4 .M Q... m x 1 .pf ,ff xx f' 1 - A f UV' My WML I , nf, ' K-M Q, ATQJ vm 1 . 4?-. ,, J ., I f , x if 'kjkdi T5 1 ,xxx 4 1 xxx P i J? i llere in Nazarethis library Nancy Anns search diligently for that reading of good books which "maketh the full manf' By this quest we strive to broaden our in- tellccts and so build a bulwark against the evils of the modern world. We are fully aware that the temples of our minds must be well constructed, lest they crumble in the face of error and hardships. Using the facilities which our beautiful and well-equipped li- brary adords, we can truly learn how to shape and fashion knowl- edge, the cornerstone of our soul- l cathedrals. I 1 Above: Sister lane, Librarian, examines new books with the assistance of Ioan Cikota and Katherine Herbrick, members of the Library Club during their years at Nazareth. Below: The new lilm cabinet captures the attention of Katherine Herbrick, joan Cikota, Phyllis VVilowska, julia Fernandez, hlary Vklincek, Eileen Skroinak, Lorraine NVisniewska, Dolores Ludwig, Claire hlis, and Casiniira Kita. VVIUIQ Kntlwrim' l'murtnn, illIfIlUI' nl' XVIIIZRIZ THIQIHQ IS LOYI1 sigma Sixicr w thc lmwli nt the futlwlic 1lXllfIlUI'S, l.um'l1cun in thc IgL'lll'YllC Strut- inrcl llutcl, SISICF l'l4u'cnCc' xml Ililcvn Bulmuln wail puticnlly fur their illlflfgfilpll. A l'iY.lIHiI1il1Q thc lilmmry clixplaiy uf "Authors XVritc to Stllclclmtsfy :1 N51 Iwruivct elwnwrcd by Sistcr l'la1cidc's sopllmnnrc English clnssus, arm- Xunry Anus: -Ioan Milcwska, Ruth Gcndck, Marv l5r.1m'cs AlAlI'liIll.lI1I1, and Ccurginai Bukcr. I I 1 5 a i Q3-'of' fn f f ' . wig L wmfhw ' A WN A luniors: Kaitlilven Fannin, Ioan Kunkel, and Rosemarie Lang- mvslai liml ii niup use-liul in the study of American literature. NEI '1 1 x It takes lots of thinking but seniors: Frances Pierson, Florence Sliwa, Dolores Clark, Lorraine Crubowska, Eileen Jolley, and Kathleen Flanagan enjoy writing Christmas essays. l'lgA:5A KCI' fde gxacf 'l The English department at Nazareth plays an important role in the development of our education. Through the study of grammar we lay the foundation for good speaking and writing and through the study Q D13 V 'URN ' le- ..f :ri A yt Q., 4- .53 Kllww: Uriah lleep, Little Nell, and other char- acters from Dickens' novels are here being discussed hy sophomores: Sheila Ferguson, Gloria Stefano- wirf, and -loan llalclis. Right: 'loan Domhrowska displays her mastery of the use of the comma to the freshmen English class. of literature, for the appreciation of the magic worlds created by Shakespeare, Chesterton, Irving, Haw- thorne, and other writers of the past and present. Using such keys as standard aids like dictionaries, en- cyclopedias, thesauri, and concordances we open up these new worlds and revel in fine literature which comprises all that is beautiful, all that is good, and all that is true. 35 ..+,,,. Page layouts are Mildred Brady! and Dolores Clarlcs headache but Norma Vllilt, Alice Olszewska, and Jeanne Slysz also have their worries trying to beat the deadline. Above: Anne Brady puts the finishing touches on the poster for The INlflZdTC'fl1lS subscription drive while Suz- anne Sirnon. business inan- ager, looks on with approval. Left: The Nazareth is cir- culated not only among the students but among the public as well. Through the efforts of Frances Pierson, Nancy Schoettle, Bernadette Dona- hue. Patricia McDevitt, and Claire Lavin this task is suc- cessfully carried out. Nimiretli receives tlie news of its own little world, :incl the bigger one around it, in the six editions of its seliool pamper, The Nazuretli, pulvlislied under the iilmle direction of Sister M. Plueicle, liaeulty adviser, and Alice Olszewskzi, eclitor-in-eliief, pictured at tlze right, uncl tlirougli tlie tireless and persevering efforts ol' its wliole stall. It is sueli us tliese budding Catholic jour- nalists ol' i'XIllCl'iC2l who Leelm tlie Czitliolie presses rolling, and so help to mold the rnincls ol' men in the proper alttitutles on life und ull that it brings. ,linking over tlie iourn.ilisni class. Alice Olszewslui, etlitor, shows tlie aspiring junior stall the art of cropping pictures. Paying elose intention are: Alice llumlrm, Regina llurtcr, Pzitrieizi VViereinslca, Lucretia Godwin, joan Milewslxu, und Barbara Smith. if "".!"' -1-.- 1 ,M x mul? -J na iat -ge, Using a vocabulary all their own: layout, gutter, dummy, bleed, white space is the MARY- GOLD staff husy at work. Clock- tvise: Amelia hlarini, Joan Dougherty, Frances R1e7nieka, Nancy Torpey, Gertrude Tryon, Adelaide Donze, Lorraine Niem- ezura, and Bernadette Convey. Cozmtercloclzrvisez VVith the Card and patron returns counted by Sister Olimpia and Dorothy Szczebak, business manager, the lXlARYGOLD gets under way. Emilie Schoeniger and Constance hloskalska, art editors, plan the art work. Dorothy Lahrum and Eileen Jolley, senior editor, pre- pare and Correct the senior questionnaires. VVhen all Copy is turned in, lX'larion Szumanski, Copy editor, and Ioan Carmody check and re-write. Then Regina Kowalski, chief typist, and Mar- garet Begley start the clicking of the keys in preparation for the press. jim 35 ix r , arggofi is., V df. With determination in our hearts we have made a hlueprint of the way of life which is particuf larly Nazareths, trying to repro- duce on paper the huilding process not always perceivahlc to the cas- ual visitor. With our tools ol' pen- cils, pictures, and prayers we labored under the guidance of Sister M. Florence, adviser, and Rita Klepezynska, editor-in-chief, hoping to gain once again the high honors accorded hy the Press Associations to our predecessors. Ir is with humhle pride that we, the seniors of 1952, present our lXlAiu'- GOLD, a monument to our cathedral- building at Nazareth. Sister Florence, adviser, Rita Klepczyn- ska, editor, lower inset, and Claire Burns compare pictures with thc dum- my. VVhere's your ruler and crop pencil, Rita? Sixtri l iilii hgliuu in lwepincr freshmen Lorrune akihitie and Citherine lVlcElrov alert with her Latin I Hash Cards. The l mn lll glisx re Lreites the famous Cicero xersus Latiline ecen in vihieh Cinero Georgina Bakerb denounces Catiline Cpxuth The Spanish II students get into the Christmas spirit with the tra- ditional Villancicns. The singing senoritas are: Nadia Eserski, Ioan Banas, Mary Dolan, Lucretia Code win at the piano, Christine Filisto- wicz, Barham Smith, and Lorraine Nieinczura. N xws xkwm x L 3 X The world Comes to Nazareth through our daily study of foreign languages, for eaeh day we travel many miles and imhihe various ideas through the medium of our French, Latin, Polish, and Spanish texthoolts. ln the Construction of our eathedrals we use, with the preeise Care of professionals, the blueprints of ideas drawn from these European Cultures. By doing so we learn to understand dillerent peoples, their customs, and their languages, which understanding, we feel, will help bring the world together under God. Alice cllN!t'XYNlx.l and l'.itriei.x llelller- nan point out to the lireneh ll students a picture ol' Paris' l'.unous l.1ntlin.irlx, the Art' de lIAIHIll11llL'. e Polish legend, HxVlHll,.lll!l19 l .ist," is illlllltilflltil hx II 1 Xlorielexxsltgl, liolores xxllllllltllx, Alit-e lllltllhl, llevini Nou it A .5 ll .ind lltlll7.H.l I,at-Iiim-e . llistory is thc sum total of human and of national activities :ind ll gradual building up of the knowledge of the centuries. Study- ing world history as freshmen, modern history as sophomores, American history and national problems as seniors, we have seen that the foundation of history is the material left by earlier genera- tions und that its Cornerstone is the careful establishment of the given facts. To build a bigger and a better world of tomorrow upon the world of yesterday is what we, the builders of the future, resolve. X i I lifl. J 9-.153 sy f lim, Sister Veronica proves to iXlilI'i2lI'1 Clin in md RLUIIII 1 ' ' lit en Cxinbor hnd muth siinil mtx betu een inutnt Corintln in llynlxiewicf thru lllL'LllCYlll history etln, it tunes, e S, columns ind those ol our own stlioa YL'I'V LlIllLlSll! fi '7 . :W x. i jf at f-It ,J Xi ,er i K . V J l fl N I Y! ,' g I ovjwiitfi vs. 1 ,ft M' . X gf ' Mei K .. V, V :gif ,filly - -.. ' ri x Y' - ,M .W S.. 2. Giving her opinion on the topic, "Should We Have Conscription?" Barbara Tryon holds the interest of all present at the Social Science Club debate. Others on the platfomi are Joanna Evans, Helen Begley, chairman, Lorraine Gra- bowska, and Sally Gannon. ,vc , t ,fi X ,'f':'lllilf'ibllS3l'f" Wifi? as I ,i 'fk it i mi re will it I ..yx,kT.s M,.,.,iH 1 law 'lf W Q' iw tl ills SAM 2 ri limi is Wife' llllslv tj! w f all-a yi . fp, fi" iff, llbmgffz ,vw .K 1 Television is a great asset to Sister Benedict and the National Problems class. Here Mary O'Neill is tuning into Channel Six for the "University of the Air." 'fieoinetry is everywhere." Sister Eu- phcinia proves her saying hy pointing out to the sophomores the circles and arcs in the CllLl1lCl'S sanctuary rail. Senior chemists: Victoria Karpowicz and -lane jastrlehslta focus their at- tention on a test of electrical conduct- ivity in electrolytes and non-electrolytes. g J l'l.l'IIl'l' Z Q Ii'Ull ' I , I'l'll llllt'U.f fo Mathematics and science make us more alert in exercising the in- tellect. The exactness of observa- tion and coolness of reasoning which these studies demand are most useful when applied to everyday life. Mysteries unrayelled by teen-age scientists in our biol- ogy, chemistry, and physics classes Dorothy Claikowski and Nancy Gomel's smiles express satisfaction in the results ol' their test but what about the grim lead us to a fuller realization of the wonders of nature, thus bring- laces of Iiileen Mcllcrmott and Bar- bara Smith? ing us closer to natures Creator to Wlrom alone we consecrate our fi 'n nts lil I ,gf cathedrals. 'l ' ,FUN OI Sinwlimrmrcs: Pzitririzi Ke V Mario Yimmernizm, Mary lXl2lLlll'tWVSli2l, Mary June Szivu5,,e, zmcl Ursula Scully marvel at tlie wax Cells matlc bv the bees in their litmevcoinlws sliriwn to them by Sister Veronica and Sister Leopoldinc -wrt-tuistiiw - went icr 2 2 senior l31yNlClSlSZ ,une Stem , Cumtanee Nlus likllklitl, Marie zisliiewicv Dolnres Pvtlm 4 t ,nrrtiine I e slvns 1. Sunny emit V, 1 s 'ie ll.itm-ss nl' Nancy Turpey'S ca c may we 2llllL1Sll1U to llelen Bcgley ut Ntiney tlue.n't relish tlle ju e. L. . l I' i c 1 1 M ww To Nancy Ann whose aim is to ommerciag CAridfian build up the work of Christ the business course affords excellent opportunity for learning to practice Christian principles in the business world. She enters this world by her knowledge of commercial sub- jects plus her religious training ob- tained at Nazareth. Through day by day Christ-like living-cathe drals are not built overnight-she will help, we trust, to lay founda- tions for other cathedrals in the souls of those with whom she will come in contact. Demonstrating their skill a N,A.'s new duplicating machin are Florence VVroblewska ani Patricia Taylor but Betty Nic Laughlin and Loretta Cichonsk prefer working at the mimec graph. The electric typewriters, one c the typing room's new attraction gives seniors: Regina Kowalsl and Dorothy Labrum a chanc to learn about the new machin they will surely meet again i their chosen careers. J.B.T. theory keeps jean Roz- anska's, Elaine Torre's, anc Maureen Donahue's interesi whereas ,loan hlilewska is intent on learning to use the adding machine under the watchful eye of Barbara Lachowicz. il' 1 'm ri 1 i A joan Burczynska nd Catherine hlichels arc doing their best to get the whole dictation from the recording machine. Their efforts have not heen in vain as certificates of achievment on the Christmas bulletin board testify. v N v vs-wan n lun! 7-L i-1 .--Stl.. -A-v-.p-.1 'J'-' 4... - 1'-UW.. ' at 1.4. ,,, 5ENffICfll "VVhere's the crajicator?" This is the famous cry of itll senior hookkcepitig students but especially of Peggy Marvel, who is now caught in tht- act. 0 45 rf Q 47 ...4 v E i i I l l 43 , 1 .a f ,W,,,..,..-a-4' - ,Iv A . lr. w9Uns-Q 1 N ,'ljf17'i"e -, :if ' x i" was yy ,i"'jf?1TLf4i c"':'i, . X X wif." fl QNX' 4' 5 My 1. ,, ,3Q,47,v 5 f N, , Mfg, " ez! V -Lev! 2 ,u""'3 .- wifi X We f "': "K x. 'ff N - :A-" P-,,?5f'fiL' YW llifi ,--- 7 , sais" o he 1 lu, 4? 3 - 4 3 ,V MIX," , f 'hilly ' l r LVM' ' 1 .lf Mr , , an : l -:Hg-X Y .fm f pg xl ,I W, ,U ,X QM, , W, ,1--yr, 1 N, , A, ,yr -, Wifi, vw .N fai- A 'V wk. , .N fp ' ' V", .ll 1 R , Tx:- , . "Nfl If-1..' f tx X ' ii , V1 is K ,, xl V . XZVY Y, fl 3 LKQ KAW The tenscness of the faces of Bernadette Convey, Regina Kowalski, and Squirrels in the Tree is a familiar game in the Florence XNroblewska conveys to the onlookers the close score of the volley senior gym class. Marion SZLlIT12lD9k1 chases Nlary ball game. Callahan but the latter manages to get into the tree without being caught. 'lhe mass-drill is an important accomplishment to all gym Marv Reardon Rosalie C intuell ind Rosuniric lurk students. Shown above doing the divide-in-order are seniors IUUIOYS mdfilllng 1189211 fill' !l1C and Ol the music during Claire Burns, Barbara Tryon, and Angela Capponi Une of the Phyvldl Ulllidilfvn 341114-S 2 m, gui ing fron? ramewor :S Sophomores: Dolores Kempinslca and hlairy lluppert try their hest to win the running relay for their team. VVho did win. girls? - The physical education course at Nazareth under the capable direc- tion of Miss Florence McLaughlin provides exercises, drills, square dances, and competitive games, all of which help build healthy bodies for housing healthy minds. ln thc spring and early fall, gym classes are hold out of doors, allording much time for volley ball, basket- ball, baseball, and dodge ball and also giving the student the advan- tages of fresh air and sunshine. The two gym periods a week deli- nitely help to strengthen the physi- cal framework of the soul-cathe- drals which each of us is building. Center: Co-captains: Peggy Marvel and Helen Begley hold the ball which they guided through the baskets during the current basketball season. Right: Senior forward, Peggy hlarvel, moves in quickly for a lazy shot and two more points for Nazareth. Other forwards: Pat Ensell, sophomore, and Mary Ellen john, watch cautiously in case of a rebound. VVaiting tensely for a forward pass, lklary Ellen John, freshman, sets her- self to receive the ball and to shoot for that all important basket against Cecilian Academy. he This being only our second year in the Academic League, composed of the private academies of Phila- delphia, we are building a strong foundation for N.A.'s future bas- ketball teams. Under the diligent supervision of Miss Ann Spellman we are constantly adding points to our credit. The cheerleaders with their snappy songs build up the spirit ol' the spectators and give the team initiative to win for their Alma Mater and make its name stand high in sport activities. VVarming up to lead the students in one of their cheers are the Pep Girls. Standing: Jacqueline Kolsun, Dolores Aucello, lXlarianne lirantlt. Kneeling: Barbara Zegarslca, Mary Ann Gray, and jo Ann Kotwasinska. 'lihe lirst string of N.A.'s basketball team smiles for hir. Vviclc. school photographer: Nancy Torpey, Patricia Shields, Peggy Nlarvel, Sally Gannon, Teresa VVyzylaowsl4a, and Helen Begley. N Nazaretlfs varsity basketball team-Bottom mtv: Stephanie Szlener, hlary Ellen john, Dolores VVright, Peggy lVlarvel, llelen Begley, Illizaheth Donahue, Patricia Ensell, Mary Lou Mullane. Top mir: Margaret lletroslxy, Sally Cannon, Pa- tricia Shields, Norma Bee, Frances 'laskielewieL, Margaret Algeo, Alice lluclna, Patricia Prendergast, and joan Milewslca. SI Sister Blanche Q lheresa Garstkal Sister hlarie Qlrene Kornowskal The Young Dancer CGeorgina Bakerl pays mock homage to Blanche, "Goddess of Reason," while the knitters weave the names of the doomed in Nladame Defarge fashion. The annual play, SONG AT THE SCAFFCLD, climaxed months of study and coaching, of sewing of costumes, and of preparing props. The story of sixteen Carmelite nuns, guillotined during the French Revolu- tion, the drama is centered on the life of the timid Sister Blanche de la Force, who fearing religious persecution. leaves the convent only to become part of the blood-thirsty mob. ln the end, however, Blanche voluntarily accepts the fate at the scaffold that befell her Sisters, bravely taking up their song and singing it to the last. as wiv' ' Reverend Mother f CAlice BudnaD ' T F4 L2 Sister Constance Ceraldine lNlcKennaD S2 l Reverend Mother CAlice Budnal passed Le Petit Boi to Sister Constance CGeral- dine Mcliennal at the traditional Christ- mas ceremony in Carmel. .fff f 'V' 7 W Uetermimwi upon in-r vucntirmn, Bianuime Cifiieresa A Young Lieutenant nf time Nevuiutifm fl'nrriui.i Clzirstkub nccmiipniiieci by her guveriiess, ivi2lCi2iI'I'lC dc SheskoD reading ai proclamation against the King of Clmlis Clh-riiiiclelle Dwimiuiej, seeks admission to France, incites the mob to furv. Carmel. I 5 1' . , b Wx R .4 , VN, ,K ., A Recualling her nwllu-r's magic death, Blanche Ciflieresu The fear uf death preying on lier mind drives lllalnelwc fillI'5IiiilJ fnints upun learning, tim! the nuns will be CThUCS2' GMSUVI3 tu join time nmb wliich ilmlrus lier qmicsrimied luv the police. to lend in the wilcl dance, 'lille cillflllklgllliiif. 53 l V .: ' i ,WM 5 Li N , 5 VV VL ,ik ia? 1 f 1fa"fi qu . 'mia V Fntertaining their parents at the Christmas open house are Glee Club mem- bers-First row: Mary McNelis, Irene Moscicka, Ethel Spruhde, Constance Burczynska. Second row: VVantla McCarthy, Barbara McGinnis, Patricia Kelly, Catherine McElroy, Norma Wilt, Theresa Garstlca, hlarie Clarke. Third row: Marianne W'ysocka, Ellen Irwin, Barbara Bonikowska, Charlotte Tyiiiinska, Eleanor Wieymann, Barbara Luczalc. Fourth row: Lorraine Gra- howska, Mary Dolan, Regina Markmann, Eleanor Henrich, Eleanor Paczyn- ska, Dorothy VVeigle. Grammar school children are-In the foreground: Bar- bara Stefanowicz. In the hackgrozuui: Anita Ginglcnd, Colette Simone, Susan Bartley, Marita fligctt, and Kathleen Carmofly. Catherine Michels' mastery of the violin is proven by its entrancing effect on the student hotly. 25 Lwic or The two senior soloists, Lorraine Gra- bowska and Norma VVilt, are here making a recording of Nazareth's own version of Our Lady of Fatima ....w..Tm., . t mama i 5111 ref! lx If riff!! L Vx ll I M! I I,-f ,V , 1 A ff. The Ulee Ciluh and Orchestra, under the talented direction of Sis- ter N. Callista, entertain us on various occasions. X'Vith many hours of practice and patience he- hind them, they set aside the Christmas Open ilouse program for the enjoyment ol' our friends and relatives and Valentines Day as a special trihute to the faculty. By instilling in us a greater appref ciation ol' the line arts ol' vocal and instrumental music, the music department helps us draw up hlue- prints lor the happy and prolitahle spending ol' leisure hours. ij 1 yf ,, I, I ,M rf' Y, 41 1 A f V I, Ll' J fi - ' ,1 A ff Jill ,1 :jeff ." I ,M N.A.'s small orchestra under the direc- tion ol' Sister Callista is ever ready to entertain the faculty and student body. The orchestra memhers pictured ahove aregliirst row: Elaine Slawinski, pianog Patricia iliorpey, clarinet: and Lorraine lleleniak, piano. Second row: Joann Byrne, pianog Rosemarie Kelly, violing Dorothy VVeigle, eellog Catherine Mi- chels, violing Mary Ruth Carlis, piano. lalfing Ascr mooks QR their favorite musical celehrities helps keep the sophomores Q41 steylfi their music classes. ff? , I, maxi' Social life at Nazareth takes on varied aspects. Ring Day is the climax of the juniors' hopes and joys as it is the source of work and pleasure for the sophomores. For us seniors, however, nothing can surpass the blending of sunshine and sorrow which marks Class Day, the clay of fond farewell to our Alma Mater. The Senior Social at Ecltlington Farms sponsored by the Alumnae at Christmas time and the Spring Formal are other highlights of the social year. Programs, luncheons, social dancing-all con- tribute, to our physical growth and development, to our maturity. Father Szal, with Eleanor Wey- mann's help, distributes the long-awaited rings to juniors: Geraldine Connelly, hlarcita Keough, and Elaine Torre. The appropriate Ring Day posters designed by the sophomores, the one above by Clare Vielhauer, add to the festive occasion. Enjoying their class day luncheon are seniors of '5I: Loretta Wiss- McCartney, Bernadette Gannon, McNulty. man, lylaryann Root, Mary Ann Barbara Upton, and lVIary Ann 1 emorieb 'YN ,F 'I V1 4 I 1 M ' ti 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 , 1 1 '11 51, ,wi-xf 1 1 . ft X . .N ' it .. x t N' ' . 1 'x ti xYv Q ' 'w at -Q X t V6 f 13 1 t ,fi 1 ' ,1' 19 N X ,f ii fi i' " 3 1 f x XX X I!! If 1 ly xx xwwxt X 1 v ti i .t .I 1 K 111 is .X 11 Aix K xx ix ii 1. i it X Nt 1 iii 1 i it 'N 1 -'Lp 'ilu X t ix -1 4 ,f l N . 1115 , -1 i . UK sin' 1- Y, 6 .fu Q , fl, A . ,g X Y 1 t .fa v , f 1 P, NW. isa. fm sri 1 1 if 1 3 1? ' Awaiting the arrival of their escorts for the senior prom are resident students: Suzanne Simon, seniorg Jacqueline Kolsun and Marianne Brandt, iuniors. Despite the cold weather and icy roads the seniors will long remember their winter social at Eddington Farms. 'N 1 1 1 X 5 1 1 11 1 X x ,ki ii 1 it X 1. igxf'141'Fi "5 I X L r M- Qt' If ' Lfrff- , -4,71 57 If e igion, gfueprinf or ie "You can learn more on your knees than you can from a book," says Father Szal as senior, Myrna Diletto, listens intently. Through daily classes in reli- gion, and through contact with the spirit of the Holy Family' ever present in the halls of Nazareth, we Nancy Anns acquire "faith to conquer foolish care" and learn to defend this our most cherished possession, our Cod-given heritage. It is in thedaily practice of our religion, in earnest prayer in chapel and out of it, that we, who seek to build God's citadel, a ca- thedral of our souls as a place of abode for the Holy Trinity, find priceless inspiration. Claire lVlurray's, Kathleen Flanagan's, and Sally Gannon's discussion in Religion class must be very interesting to draw such attention from the seniors. iflenmwr VVevm:inn, Margaret Petruskv, Claire Vielhuuer, and hlury ,l'l1tJII'll3SUl1 hulcl altar linens as Sister Fgitliai explains their use to lim-itil.,-ic Kt-llv, lrene Filter, uncl Patricia iXleGunigle. Intent nn the study of litur- giuul symbols posted on the .,.,. IK junior bulletin hoard are: V hlildrecl Brady and hlargaret I A in isis L Algeo. Below: Sister Dulcis- U LM, , 4 simu holds the attention of " her freshmen Religion Class if Q so i as she instructs them to ful- ' R 4 i'ie Y low "The VVtiy, the Truth, and the Life." "1 QCS , mx r ,A st vcr X 5 , i 7 MM 52' . N"N .f. N. xx. V xx sX xx. X VKX ,k X Q ,f I Above: The crisp October air is filled with Hail Marvs as the student body offers the rosary for peace. Left: Sotlality othcers clockwise: Frances Bitt- ner, Prefcctg Marie jaskiewicz, Vice-Prefectg Louise Lawler, Secretary and Patricia Shields, Treasurer. The chief aim of the Sodality as an organization is the building up of devotion to Mary. It is a step- ping stone to our ultimate goal of happiness-union with God in heaven. To be a true sodalist we must model our life on that of Marys As sophomores we are given this privilege when we ofhcially become members of Our Ladys sodality and take as our motto "To Iesus Through Mary." Through the efforts of H. Frances Bittner, prefect, and the other three sodality officers and the guidance of Sister lN'l. I-Ionorata, moderator, and the Rev. Ignatius Szal, sodality director, we sodalists learn to build our cathedrals--and so to live our lives-with Mary, through Mary, and in Mary. U5 LULIQ 'tw VVith Christmas joy in their hearts, seniors: Amelia lxliirini :incl Dolores Pytlco lincl time for ii little visit to the Babe in Crih. A lit vigil is plzicccl in front of the Infant ol' Prague by thc Sodiility Vice-Prefect, hluric Jtislcicwiu. ul t. l Muthqf C0161 v 1 5 Any problems on marriage, vocations, or clatcs? Juniors: Geraldine Duffy, Christine Filistowicn, and Grace Czippouoli lincl the answers by consulting the Pamphlet rack. fqg-'yr Dorothy VVeigle's "Kee ZZ I ff tt ffm it in :fl I XKXXX xx ' " r X . ,Mix N xx " fi A 3 , -Wx ping - Christ - in - Christmas" poster in Sister Christinds homeroom attracts the admiration of Pa- tricia Prentlergast, Ioan Nilewska, and Lorraine Michalska. 1 'xx -4 Y ,U 6 In recognition of the completion of their home-nursing course, Sister Au:-:encia presents certificates to juniors: Florence Ziol- kowska and Mary Dolan. Our Lady in lmckgroilnd smiles approval God's blessings upon the rings and upon the juniors who will wear them are here sought in an impressive moment of the Ring Day ceremony by Father Szal. F E Sodality prefect, Frances Bittner, heads the student body in the traditional and colorful Christ the King procession in Nazareth Academy chapel. Nw' -' G Sister Honorata's attention is caught by the camera but Gertrude Tryon keeps on packing stamps, 70 pounds of which have been sent to the missions this year. I Barbara Smith and Lorraine Grabowska are proud of the bundles of clothes they have helped prepare for the needy of our and of foreign lands. if If E Alum' 1,1-.tding the Nav procession Nancy Anns carry flags signify- ing th it Marv is Queen of our land as well as of our school. Below: Taluni' Our Latlv's wreath from Barbara Stefanowicz, is Loretta VVis-siitari, Sotlulitv prefect. -.A 1 'ff 4 ui, J -v it fl' . . it W gag h is 7 I 1 wi - . .6 J. Vi 43 , 948 k -... - .f WW-I X, is A -if . N .M Across a spring-awakened Cam- pus, we, the students, make our wav to the feet of Marv, openly singing her praises. ln an undying moment of devotion we place a Horal halo upon the brow of her who is our beloved Mother, Queen of our hearts, the foundation of our hopes and of our dreams. Fol- lowing her example and using her as guide we build with grace and virtue a bulwark against evil. And now having Confidence in her as the strong Tower of David we face the future unafraid. f ' Wiz. Q A A fr 3 f ig X, 1 Q' , W 'f-L if e .ff it .lf . fs .f ' E 4 a . ,f, 1? . V4 Xing at IX. Q-. HAA. Ajl' W nl Y' 'F- i 'Hg' G, v Q 2 sag, I 1 , 4 s Q? -Q., .6 E Y l"" if 'Q' 161- V My Y, x f ,,A,' A A W 5 i - 1 +w"' . 3 vw .1 I . 4 Hb gf! M , KK 5 f H . 1 lg and ' 35 l R , 4, f M - ' A'A A W ' ' Q Students as well as parents show devotion to Mary by participating in Nazaretlfs May Crowning. Inset: f . , A Loretta Wxssman places the wreath on Our Lady S head. nn, Km W mlm if L9 yn ll 7 AA Qfhcem, Hom! of flue Cfdfkff Seriouslv 1 studying the senior cumula tive folders are senior homeroom teachers: Sister M. Sylvia, 2Ag Sister M. Micina, 3Ag and Sister M. Olim- pia, IA. eniom LJ4 'X ..A"""" www' iwkk jf Norma R. Wilt Eileen M. Jolley Dolores M. Cl lc President Vice-President ar Margaret A. R an Secretary Y Treasurer -63 eniom 2 fr x Louise M. Lawler Patricia McDevitt Dorothy Szczebak IUHH W- BUYCZYDSICB President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer eniom 314 Patricia A. Shields Regina A. Kowalski Amelia G. Marini Bermdene M' Cfmvcy President Vice-P 'd resz ent Secretary Treasurer 7 I X Sh i 6' ..T.-sl! s'.,.'I, i A 14 if Q H. Frances Dolores l... Clalre A. Ioan P, Bittner -"' Q ,H Brasch A Burns Carmody H.. Joanna L. Evans Eileen M. jolley 72 D010reS M' Bernardine M. ' A loan M' Clark Domiik h g gs Dougherty 1 r LSISTSSSE' We syytg 1 l y During our four years at Naza- U i r lbi L reth we have been building men- tally as well as physically and spir- 4 itually. We have been striving to Marie C. Regina M. build the cathedrals of our mind, Jaskiewicl Iaskowiak shaping and molding them to our own satisfaction and to that of ly W others. It has been unremitting gg gqy ii, toil of laying framework upon . A foundation and of perfecting every W detail but our efforts, we know, will not go unrewarded for our In goal-a finished cathedral-will Rita T. be attained in the end. sl Q Klepczynska Pictured here are those. Nancy Q' as Anns whose mental achievement r ,S makes them the honor students of , fr "" ' the Class of 1952. With the ex- ' 'ception of Norma Wilt, who vvas a 90? honor student, they have merited, 8596 in four majors and l religion throughout their four Dorothy Nl. years, A Labrum 4 A' X .4 K X x . x I7 f 'I fi .NX l Us ' , 1 1 lad, IIT 44 ! ' J ll l lg I l lf l l l W IX . . J ' ,NM I I '93 'Wx , Uv xv' at v KW ligiw 1 onom, lgricle of flue SA00! Norma R. Wilt , if-if-, K N' . FS" af' atricia A. A V' Shields A A . M I Lorraine Niemczura r .K 'U I Q K WLL P A 1 1 '-1-3'-"f AX Patrlcla McDevitt Suzanne R. Simon r Il. Joann P. Nlaloncy vw .L M. Dolores Pytko gl X . Nil A . Louise M Lawler 5- ?' A I Constance I. Moskalski Marion ll. Szumanski ' KS '45, I ,v-"' s DOLORES M. AUCELLO 1437 Benner St. Phila. 24, Pa. S-r. MARUN OF Touns Soclality5 A. A.5 Perfect Attendance 15 Clubs: Iournalism 1, 25 Social Science5 French 2, 35 Commer- cial . . . three cheers for "Dug vivacious personality. JOAN B. BANAS 3341 Mercer St. Phila. 34, Pa. ST. ADALBERT Soda1ity5 A. A.5 Secretary 15 Honors 2, 45 Clubs: Clee 15 Social Science5 Spanish 3, 45 Polish 25 Arts and Crafts 35 Mission 15 Math 2 . . . trimly tailoreal5 quiet and reserved. HELEN M. BEGLEY 2647 Amber St. Phila. 25, Pa. ST. ANN Soclality5 A. A.5 Clubs: journalism 25 Social Scienceg Spanish 35 Com- mercial5 Basketball 3, 4 . . . fresh air lover, infectious laughter. H. FRANCES BITTNER 1001 Garfield Ave. Palmyra, N. SACRED HEART Sodality, Prefect5 A. A.5 Clubs: Glee 15 Social Science5 Latin 2, 35 French 3, 45 Math 25 Dramatics 2, 35 . . . pretty as a picture5 youthful but wise. DOLORES L. BRASCH 232 Belmont Ave. Croydon, Pa. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS Sodalityg A. A.5 Student Council 45 Prefect Attendance l, 2, 45 Nazar- eth 45 MARYGOLD5 Clubs: journal- ism 45 Social Science5 Spanish 35 Commercial5 Arts and Crafts 25 Math 25 Dramatics 1 . . . courteous and quiet5 art in her hands. ig 2 MARGARET R. BEGLEY 2647 Amber St. Phila. 25, Pa. S-r. ANN Socla1ity5 A. A.5 MARYGOLDQ Clubs: Social Science5 French 25 Commer- cial5 Math 2 . . . knack for typingg always on the go. IIFL' JOAN W. BURCZYNSKA 104 Lowry's Lane Rosemont, Pa. ST. TI-IOMAS OF VILLANOVA Sodaliry, A. A., Honors 4, Vice- President 1, President 2, Treasurer 4, Clubs: Social Science, Journal- ism 1 . . . a helping hand, intelli- gent and good-natured. CLAIRE A. BURNS 3442 D St. Phila. 34, Pa. ASCENSION Sotlality, A. A., Student Council, Secretary, Vice-President 1, Presi- dent 2, 3, National Honor Society, Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Glee 1, Social Science, Latin 2, Spanish 3, Commercial, Dramatics 2 . . . a good leader, gentle-voiced but determined. GS if '."'iiii' I 'Fniii ' thaw wahhh vzoxozvzozvvzrz M1022 FS f3t'2r'fi1!W5'S . r v mqavf 'vu A ' f mm sm Q w tilt , ,N ll " R Pl " ll 9 f mm fllllllll ii .il mmiwrql 'lil mu. tlrzvi 4 ' 1 MARY C. CALLAHAN ANGELA M. CAPPONI 6900 Loretta Ave. Phila. 11, Pa. 4712 Ashburner St. Phila. 36, Pa. RESURRECTION ST. DOMINIC Sodality, A. A., Student Council 3, Sodality, A. A., Clubs: Social Pf31'fCCf Atfendance 2. 49 C11-1552 Science, French 2, Dramatics 1, 2, journalism l,Social Science, French 3, 4 . . . considerate of others, 2, Math 2, Dramatics 3 . . . full ready with a smile. of surprises, laughing Irishman. JOAN P. CARMODY 3109 Memphis St. Phila. 34, Pa. A H NATIVITY B.V.M. ' ' 'i'i Sodality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4, MARYGCDLD, Assistant Copy Editor, Clubs: Journalism 1, 1 rr-:. Social Science, Latin 2, Spanish 3, Commercial, Math 2, Dramatics 1 . . . true friend, witty and in- telligent. LORETTA C. CICHONSKA 2755 Plum St. Phila. 37, Pa. Sr. jorm CANTIUS Sodality, A. A., Nazareth 3, 4, Honors 1, 2, 4, Perfect Attendance 4, Clubs: journalism 3, 4, Social Science, Latin 2, Spanish 3, Com- mercial, Math 2 . . . poised and graceful, sweet natured. IOANNA C. CIKOTA 2330 E. Cumberland St. Phila. 34, Pa. ST. LAURENTIUS Sodality5 A. A.5 Honors 45 Clubs: Social Science5 Spanish 35 Library 2, 3, 4 . . . faithful to hooksg earnest anal efficient. DOLORES M. CLARK 1423 Friendship St. Phila. ll, Pa. RESURRECTION Sodality5 A. A.5 Secretary 45 Nazar- eth 3, Associate Editor 45 Quill and Scroll5 Clubs: journalism 1, 2, 3, 45 Social Science5 French 2, 35 Com- mercialg Math 2 . . . favors all sports5 easy to like. BERNADETTE M. CONVEY 3104 Glenview St. Phila. 24, Pa. Sr. MATTHEW Sodality5 A. A.5 Treasurer 45 MARY- GOLD5 Clubs: Orchestra 1, 25 Social Science5 French 25 Dramatics 2 . . . heart of golalg refreshing vitality. MAUREEN C. COYNE State Road Andalusia, Pa. ST. CHARLES Bomioivuao Sodality5 A. A.5 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 45 Nazareth 45 Clubs: Or- chestra l, 25 Spanish 3 . . . kind anal patient ways5 soft of voice. LUCILLE B. CZAPLINSKA 2567 E. Ontario St. Phila. 34, Pa. Sr. ADALBERT Sodalityg A. A.5 Honors 2, 45 Clubs: Social Science5 Spanish 35 Polish 2, 35 Library 25 Dramatics 2 . . . flair for clothesg impish smile. RITA M. DELANEY 349 Monroe St. Bristol, Pa. Sr. MARK Soda1ity5 A. A.5 MAHYGOLD5 Clubs: Journalism 1, 25 Glee l, 25 Social Science5 Latin 25 French 3, 4 . . . loves to danceg generous with her friendship. ,Q MYRNA J. DILETTO 3545 Chippendale Ave. Phila. 36, Pa. S'r. MATTHEW Sodality, A. A., Clubs: Glee 1, Social Science, Spanish 3 . . . carefree disposition, gift of gala. MARY K. DOMERATZKA 2010 S. Philip St. Phila. 48, Pa. ST. STANISLAUS Sodality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 2, Clubs: Clee 1, 2, Spanish 2, 3 . . . thoughtfully kind, a way of speaking gently. li BERNARDINE A. DOMALIK 118 E. Elm St. Scranton 5, Pa. SACRED HEARTS OF jesus AND MARY Sodality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 4, Paraclete 1, Clubs: Latin 1, 2, Library 1, 2, 3, Mission l, 2, 3 . . . zealous and earnest, diversified in- terests. ADELAIDE T. DONZE 2138 Elkins St. Phila. 44, Pa. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Sodality, A. A., Honors 4, Perfect Attendance 4, MARYGOLDQ Clubs: Glee 1, Social Science, Spanish 2, 3, Arts and Crafts 2, Dramatics 3, 4 . . . record lover, serious minded. JOAN M. DOUGHERTY 1116 Radcliffe St. Bristol, Pa. Sr. MARK Sodality, A. A., MARYGOLD, Activ- ity Editor, Clubs: journalism I, 2, Social Science, Dramatics 1, 2, 3 . . . dancing feet, versatile nature. BERNADETTE M. DONAHUE 2915 Longshore Ave. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. MATTHEW Sodality, A. A., Student Council 3, 4, Honors 2, 3, 4, Nazareth 3, 4, Clubs: Social Science, journalism 3, 4, Commercial, Spanish 3, Miss- ion 2, Dramatics 4 . . . fue leader- ship, straight forward and frank. r :tw if Wi fill ffl g' fwlmf.-lif -- A it : I1-4, 11.1151 'H ."-1 me A ll O . wi 1 s 1 gl. v .1 ill 7l'11,l'4p l i llhlulllal llilti 1 MARJORIE R. DOYLE 4021 Fitler St. Phila. 14, Pa. ST. Karmsnxx-ua or SIENA Sodality, A. A., Clubs: Social Science, Spanish 2, 3 . . . pleasant to be with, slow but sure. IOANNA L. EVANS 4666 Oakland St. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. JOHN CAN'r1us Sodality, A. A., Student Council, President, Secretary 2, 3, Nazareth 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll, Clubs: journalism 2, Social Science, Span- ish 3, Dramatics 2 personified, vitality KATHLEEN P. FLANAGAN 1913 Hart Lane Phila. 34, Pa VISITATION Sodality, A. A., Nazareth 1, 2, MARYGOLDQ Clubs: journalism 1, 2, Social Science, French 2, Commer- cial, Math 2 . . . friend in need, never u dull moment. SALLY CANNON 6256 Erdrick St. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. TIMOTHY Sodality, A. A., Student Council 2, 3, 4, Honors 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Social Science, Latin 2, Commer- cial, Math 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . . favorite of the crowd, bursting with animation. IRENE J. CASIOROWSKA 4526 E. Stiles St. Phila. 37, Pa. ST. IOHN CANTIUS Sodality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 1, Honors 1, 4, Clubs: Social Science, Latin 2, Spanish 3, Com- mercial . . . thoughtful of others, shy and reticent. IOAN S. GAJEWSKA 157 Lexington Ave. Cambridge 38, Mass. Sr. I-lnwxe Sodality, A. A., Honors 4, Secretary 1, Perfect Attendance 2, Clubs: Social Science, Polish 2, journalism 1, Dramatics 1 . . . persevering in her work, cherishing high ideals. LORRAINE M. GRABOWSKA 4510 Salmon St. Phila. 37, Pa. ST. jorm CANTIUS Sodality5 A. A.5 Perfect Attendance 2, 45 Clubs: Glee 2, 3, 45 Social Scienceg Latin 25 Spanish 35 Com- mercial5 Dramatics 35 Mission 45 Math 2 . . . voice like a larkg bub- bling personality. PATRICIA K. HEFFERNAN 7 jangood Place Bristol, Pa. ST. Manx Sodality5 A. A.5 MAnYcoLn5 Clubs: Glee 15 Social Scienceg Dramatics 3 . . . starry-eyedg active and care- I KATHERINE B. HERBRICK Lowell Ave. Andalusia, Pa. ST. Cr-raauss BORROMEO Sodality5 A. A.5 Nazareth 35 MARY- coLn5 Clubs: journalism l, 25 Social Science5 Latin 2, 35 Spanish 3, 45 Library 2, 3, 4 . . . quiet and nonchalant. HELEN M. HRUZA 9208 Marsden St. Phila. 14, P: Sr. MICHAEL Sodality5 A. A.5 Clubs: Glee l Spanish 2, 3 . . . always laughing keen on dancing. Xa,-HPV' ill 1 I x J X157 l5!l'4l11l A M '- nr I gnmi,1.,. ' ' '. ' ix X ,lllll'i'!"wVx in ,xl 7' MARIE C. IASKIEWICZ 2667 E. Schiller St. Phila. 34, Pa. ST. ADALBERT Sodality, Vice-Prefectg A. A.5 Per- fect Attendance l, 45 Clubs: Glee 15 Social Science5 Spanish 3, 45 Polish 25 Arts and Crafts 35 Dra- matics,2, 35 Mission l, 2, 3 . . . laughing eyesg tranquil and cordial. REGINA M. IASKOWIAK 4478 Thompson St. Phila. 37, Pa. ST. jour: Czmrrus Sodalityg A. A.5 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 45 Clubs: Social Science5 Latin 2, 35 Math 2 . . . irrepressible humorg diligent student. JANE H. IASTRZEBSKA 3107 Frankford Ave. Phila. 34, Pa. ST. ADALBERT Sodality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Glee 1, Social Science, Spanish 3, Polish 1, 2, Dramatics 3, Basketball 3 . . . complacent dispositions, interest in nursing. EILEEN M. IOLLEY 3719 Garfield Ave. Pennsauken, N. ST. josEPH Sodality, A. A., Vice-President 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, MARYGOLD, Senior Editor, Clubs: Glee 1, Social Science, Commercial, Math 2 . . . jolly as her name, firm hand on the reins of life. BARBARA A. KANE 3302 Chippendale St. Phila. 36, Pa. ST. MA1'rHEw Sodality, A. A., Clubs: Glee 1, Social Science, Spanish 3, Library 2, 3 . . . jovial of manner, not hard to please. 5 VICTORIA M. KARPOWICZ 107-17 Waltham St. Jamaica 4, N. Y. Sr. joserx-1 Sodality, A .A., Honors 4, Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4, Clubs: Social Science, Dramatics 2, Library 1 . . . studious worker, captivating ways. RITA T. KLEPCZYNSKI 1503 Lardner St. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. JOHN CAN'r1us Sodality, A. A., Student Council 2, Perfect Attendance 4, MARYGOLD, Editor-in-chief, Clubs: journalism 2, Social Science, Latin 2, Spanish 3, Commercial, Math 2 . . . spon- taneous laughter, sense of respon- sibility. BARBARA M. KOLB Street Road, R.D. No. 1 Croydon, Pa. ST. CHARLES Bormoivuzo Sodality, A. A., Honors 2, 4, Per- fect Attendance 2, 3, 4, Clubs: Social Science, French 2, 3, Arts and Crafts 2, Dramatics 1, Library 1 . . . way with a pencil, little and likeable. STEPHANIE R. KOLODZIEJSKA 608 S. Front St. Phila. 47, Pa. ST. STANISLAUS Sodality, A. A., Treasurer 1, Clubs: Clee l, Spanish 2, Social Science . . . pretty voice, affable company. IRENE L. KORNOWSKA 3111 Almond St. Phila. 34, Pa. ST. ADALBERT Sodality, A. A., Student Council 3, Vice-President, Vice-President 2, National Honor Society, Honors 2, 4, Clubs: Social Science, French 2, 3, Polish 1, 2, Commercial, Dra- matics 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . conscientious worker, surplus energy. REGINA A. KOWALSKI 3450 F St. Phila. 34, Pa. ASCENSION Sodality, A. A., President 2, Vice- President 3, 4, Honors 2, 4, Per- fect Attendance 4, MARYGOLD, Chief-typist, Clubs: Glee 1, 2, Social Science, Spanish 2, 3, Com- mercial, Dramatics 4 . . . placid in her manner, merry in her mirth. LUCY C. KUCINSKA 2525 Ann St. Phila. 34, Pa. ST. ADALBER1' Sodality, A. A., Honors 4, Perfect Attendance 4, Student Council 2, 4, Clubs: Social Science, French 2, Polish 2, Dramatics 3 . . . peaches and cream complexion, a friend in need. DOROTHY M. LABRUM 314 W. York St. Phila. 33, Pa. ST. EDWARD Sodality, A. A., Mimvcorn, Clubs: Social Science, Latin 2, Commercial, Math 2 . . . talkative as the day is long, personality plus. MARIANNE R. KRENSLAK 2933 Cottman St. Phila. 24, Pa. Sr. MA'rrr-naw Sodality, A. A., Clubs: Social Science, Spanish 2, 3, Math 2, Dramatics 1 . . . frequents St. Matt's, animated conversationalist. ll ll " m l" ' l.u.iul.n 'VW ll " N . flxigl 11443 . W MIAA N ' , ,ulliwlxl .nlllllqi I hill wuuu rw-f me nr , . .,.,, .. .rl V li IU. if r ...l C CLARE C. LAVIN 7729 Loretta Ave. Phila. 11, Pa. RESURRECTION Sodality, A. A., Honors 3, 4, Per- fect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4, Nazareth 3, 4, Clubs: Journalism 2, Social Science, French 2, 3, Commercial, Math 2 . . . always reliable, neat in her appearance. LOUISE M. LAWLER 611 Neshaminy Road Croydon, Pa. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS Sodality, Secretary, A. A., President 3, 4, National Honor Society, Per- fect Attendance 1, 2, 4, Nazareth 4, MARYGOLD, Clubs: journalism 4, Social Science, Spanish 3, Com- mercial, Arts and Crafts 2, Math 2 . . . beauty portrayed in her art, quiet initiative. RITA M. LUKASIEWICZ 2700 E. Ann St. Phila. 34, Pa. Sr. ADALBERT Sodality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 4, Clubs: Social Science, French 2, Polish 2, Commercial, Dramatics 3, Mission 3, 4 . . . demure and well- liked, sweet and sensible. AMELIA G. MARINI Bridgewater Road, R.F.D. No. 2 Bristol, Pa. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS Sodality, A. A., Student Council 3, Vice-President 1, Secretary 4, Hon- ors 2, Perfect Attendance 1, MARY- GOLD, Clubs: Social Science, French 2, 3, Commercial, Dramatics 1, 2, 4 . . . small in stature, big of heart, sense of duty. PEGGY S. MARVEL 7526 Mountain Road Melrose, Pa. Hou' ANGELS Sodality, A. A., Secretary 1, Honors 2, 4, Nazareth 1, 2, MARYGOLD, Clubs: Journalism 1, 2, Commer- cial, Social Science, French 2, Basketball 3, 4 . . . five foot two of T.N.T., basketball star. IOANN P. MALONEY 11608 Bustleton Ave. Phila. 16, Pa. ST. C1-rmsropmsn Sodality, A. A., Vice-President 2, Clubs: Journalism 1, Glee 1, 2, Social Science, Latin 2, Spanish 2, 3, Dramatics 3, 4, Math 2 . . . loves to read, dramatic interest. PATRICIA MCDEVITT 1413 E. Cheltenham Ave. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. lVlARTIN OF Touns Sodality9 A. A.9 Perfect Attendance 49 Vice-President 49 Nazareth 3, Chief Typist 49 Clubs: Glee 19 Social Science9 Spanish 29 Com- mercial . . . sweet and sereneg good to know. ELIZABETH G. MCLAUGI-ILIN 3147 Glenview St. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. MATTHEW Sodalityg A. A.9 Perfect Attendance 19 Nazareth 49 Clubs: Orchestra 19 Social Science: Commercialg Library 1 . . . of silent waysg helpful worker. l l.1, - QF A . 1 if 5 .L .f 00000 ' 1 i A V 'dz Isl 155 Ill.. . llwl 9 X ' . 9 i CATHERINE B. MICHELS 1208 Van Kirk St. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. MARTIN OF Touns Sodality9 A. A.9 Honors 3, 49 Clubs: Glee 1, 29 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 49 Spanish 39 Dramatics 2, 39 Social Science . . . laughing persomzlityg mggic with the violin. ,v"" CONSTANCE I. MOSKALSKI 631 W. Wingohocking St. Phila. 40, Pa. ST. HENRY Soda1ity9 A. A.9 Student Council 39 Nazareth 1, 2, 39 MARYGOLD9 Quill and Scrollg Clubs: journalism 1, 29 Social Science9 Latin 39 French 39 Polish 29 Arts and Crafts 29 Dra- matics 1 . . . mischief-loving, curly locks. CLARE R. MURRAY 4100 Cottman St. Phila. 35, Pa. ST. BERNARD Sodalityg A. A.9 Perfect Attendance 1, 49 Clubs: Social Science9 Span- ish 49 Library 29 Basketball 3, 4 . . . sense of humorg kind word for everyone. LORRAINE 1. NIEMCZURA 4234 Shelmire Ave. Phila. 36, Pa. ST. BERNARD Soda1ity9 A. A.9 MARYGOLDQ Clubs: Orchestra 1, 29 Social Science9 Latin 2, 39 Spanish 3, 49 Polish 29 Dra- matics 39 Library 1 . . . diligent in studies9 fun loving. 1 ww 1 . 83 VERONICA T. OBIEDZINSKA Rogers Road Bristol, Pa. Sr. Mic:-rarer. Sodalityg A. A.5 Perfect Attendance 45 Secretary 15 Clubs: Social Science5 Spanish 35 Polish 2 . . . never a fault finden quiet-mannered. ALICE B. OLSZEWSKA 6437 Hawthorne St. Phila. 24, Pa. Sr. Tuvro'mY Sodalityg A. A.5 Honors 45 Perfect Attendance 45 President 15 Nazareth 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 45 Quill and Scroll5 Institute for High School journalists-C. U.5 Clubs: journal- ism l, 2, 3, 45 Social Science5 Latin 2, 35 Polish 1, 2 . . . effervescent natureg youth fred by ambition's torch. MARY E. O'NEILL 1332 Harrison St. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. JOACHIM Sodality5 A. A.5 Honors 45 Perfect Attendance 45 Nazareth 1, 2, 35 Manvcormg Clubs: joumalism 1, 2, 35 Glee 15 Social Science5 Latin 2, 3 . . . huhhling with enthusiasmg pint-sized package. RITA F. ORYSIEK 4455 E. Thompson St. Phila. 37, Pa. ST. JOHN CANTTUS Sodality5 A. A.5 Student Council 45 Treasurer 25 Secretary 35 Perfect Attendance 35 Clubs: Social Science5 Spanish 2, 35 Commercial . . . telephone addictg hair conscious. LORRAINE R. PELSZYNSKI 1638 E. Berks St. Phila. 25, Pa. Sr. LAURENTIUS Sodality5 A. A.5 Perfect Attendance 45 Clubs: Social Science5 French 2, 35 Polish 25 Library 15 Basketball 2 . . . soft-spoken5 readily helps all. FRANCES A. PIERSON 2059 E. Rush St. Phila. 34, Pa. ST. ANN Sodality5 A. A.5 Vice-President 35 Honors 3, 45 Nazareth 3, Circula- tion Manager 45 Clubs: journalism 2, 3, 45 Social Science5 Latin 25 Spanish 2, 35 Dramatics l . . . always there when neededg idealist. S N' w JOAN E. RASTETTER 6398 Castor Ave. Phila. 24, Pa ST. IXIARTIN OF Touns Sodality, A. A., Student Council 3 Clubs: journalism l, Social Science, French 2, Math 2, Dramatics 3 . . jitlerliug artist, fancy-free. PATRICIA A. RILEY 625 E Hilton St. Phila. 34, Pa. ASCENSION Sodihtx A A Honors 4, Clubs: ournihsm l Social Science, Latin 2 Spmlsh 3 Dramatics 1, Library 1 Math 2 zmpish grin, incessant MARGARET A. RYAN 7271 Rupert St Phila. 25, Pa. S1 MATTHEW Soclilm A A Honors 4, Treasurer 4 Clubs ournalism I, Glee 2, 3, Social Science Latin 2, Dramatics lover o books, conscientious M. DOLORES PYTKO 3630 E. Thompson St. Phila. 34, Pa. ST. ADALBERT Sodality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 2, Treasurer 2, Clubs: Glee l, Social Science, Latin 2, Spanish 3, 4, Polish 2, Dramatics I, 2, 3, 4 . . . mischievous Miss, willing helper. JOAN M. RAFFERTY 1832 W. Atlantic St. Phila. 40, Pa. OUR LADY or HOLY SouLs Soclality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 1, Clubs: Social Science, Spanish 3 . . . coinpanionubleg jolly as a jester. HELEN REPETSKI 925 Pond St. Bristol, Pa. ST. MARK Sodality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 4, Nazareth 4, Clubs: Social Science, Polish 2, Library l, 2, 3 . . . hook-minded, enjoys Polish recorcls. Kfflx' xsgvool if , I I i t ' I' M 1 p - . il slr l l l Q! l W ll vs' . I' l t I, ,n l l 'll u ., l X 2 . 7215 ifjf i T if .nw t-25525 M' ' si-in f as . as. FRANCES R. RZEZNICKA 3182 Edgemont St. Phila. 34, Pa. Sr. ADALBER1' Sodality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4, MARYGOLD, Clubs: Social Science, Latin 2, Spanish 2, 4, Polish 2 . . . helpful, patient and quiet-mannered. EMILIE A. SCHOENIGER 4616 Aubrey Ave. Phila. 14, Pa. ST. KA-rnxamNE or SIENA Sodality, A. A., Honors 1, MARY- coLn, Clubs: Glee 1, 2, 3, Social Science, Arts and Crafts 2 . . . exquisite in dress, creative talents. PATRICIA M. SHIELDS 3052 Magee St. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. T1Mo'rHY Sodality, Treasurer, A. A., Student Council 2, President 3, 4, Clubs: journalism I, Social Science, French 2, 3, Commercial, Basketball 3, 4 . . . sincere of heart, cheerful as a cherub. SUZANNE R. SIMON 251 E. Cottage Place York, Pa. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Soclality, A. A., Student Council 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 2, 3, 4, Nazareth 2, 3, Business Manager 4, Clubs: journalism 2, 3, Social Science, Latin 2, 3, French 3, 4, Dramatics 3, Math 2 . . . catchy accent, ready for duty, ready for M. PATRICIA SLADEK 3000 Fanshawe St. Phila. 24, Pa. Sr. Tnvrorny Sodality, A. A., Honors 1, 2, 4, MARYGOLD, Clubs: journalism 2, Glee l, Social Science, Latin 2, 3, French 3, 4, Math 2 . . . shy but ambitious, studious and sincere. TERESA B. SIEMIETKOSKA 3039 E. Thompson St. Phila. 34, Pa. ST. ADALBERT Sodality, A. A., Honors 2, 4, Clubs: Social Science, French 2, 3, Polish 2 . . . innoncently beguiling, un- affected grace. FLORENCE B. SLIWA 4505 VVorth St. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. jot-iN CANTIUS SodaIiry5 A. A.5 Honors 1, 25 Clubs: Social Science5 Polish 1, 25 Dra- matics 1, 2 . . . winsome lass, dance devotee. JEANNE M. SLYSZ 863 N. Bucknell St. Phila. 30, Pa. ST. Henwrc Sodaliry5 A. A.5 Honors 1, 2, 45 Perfect Attendance 15 Nazareth 3, Page Editor 45 Quill and Scrollg Clubs: journalism 1, 2, 3, 45 Social Science5 French 2, 35 Polish 1, 25 Dramatics 3, 45 Mission 2 . . . tall talesg dramatic yen. 5' T' -if - up 1 A xi 3 4 1 KATHLEEN A. SMITH 3231 Englewood St. Phila. 24, Pa ST. RlATTHEW Sodality5 A. A.5 Student Council 3 Perfect Attendance 1, 25 Clubs Glcc 15 Social Science5 Spanish 25 Dramatics 1, 2, 3 . . . quest of misclziefg gift of friendship. g fs. is JUNE D. STEAD 6220 Tabor Road Phila. 11, Pa ST. WILLIAM Sodality5 A. A., Student Council 2 Treasurer 35 Perfect Attendance 3 Clubs: Journalism 15 Social Science5 Latin 25 Spanish 2, 35 Dramatics 1 Library 1 . . . willing of nature skilled with her hands. DOROTHY 3113 Cedar St. .v A lil, llll ll 504 fv""-QU: YY! I ju, I Q l ll 'Flirt N A' V 1 vv 1 ,V yn ' Illlllpl! fill fp., K if Q. '?'f.l'iii.l'5 5 . . ' We Y... bm' till' SZCZEBAK Phila. 34, Pa. ST. ADALBERT rlll "'l'1 Sodalityg A. A.5 Secretary 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 3, 45 lVlARY- GOLD, Clubs: Clee 15 Social Science5 French 2, 35 Polish 25 Dramatics 3 . . . genial witticism, passion for clothes. MARION H. SZUMANSK1 3120 Aramingo Ave. Phila. 34, Pa. ST. ADALBERT Sodality5 A. A.5 Vice-President 25 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 45 MARY' GOLD, Copy Editorg Clubs: Clee 15 Social Science5 Latin 25 Spanish 35 Polish 25 Commercia15 Math 25 Dramatics 2, 3, 4 . . . unexpected wit, diligence and dependability. PATRICIA E. TAYLOR 2842 Stevens St. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. TIMOTHY Sodality, A. A., Clubs: Glee 1, Social Science, Spanish 2, 3, Com- mercial . . . serious about nursing, carefree of manner. NANCY T. TORPEY 1835 E. Somerset St. Phila. 34, Pa. VISITATION Sodality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 4, MARYGOLDQ Clubs: Social Science, journalism 1, 2, Clee 1, Spanish 3, Commercial, Math 2, Basketball 3, 4 . . . ready with a smile, yen for excitement. fs BARBARA M. TRYON 4825 Aubery Ave. Torresdale 14, Pa. ST. KATHERINE OF SIENA Sodality, A. A., Honors 2, Perfect Attendance 2, 4, Clubs: Social Science, Spanish 2, 3 . . . life of the class, persuasive power. ! bi GERTRUDE E. TRYON 201 Cedar Ave. Croydon, Pa. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS Sodality, A. A., MARYGOLD, Clubs: Social Science, Latin 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Dramatics 1, 4 . . . musical' minded, hospitable heart. NORMA R. WILT 5841 Sylvester St. Phila. 24, Pa. ST. MARTIN or Touns Sodality, A. A., President 4, Na- tional Honor Society, Perfect At- tendance 1, 2, 3, 4, Nazareth 3, 4, Clubs: journalism 2, 3, 4, Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Science, French 2, 3, Commercial, Dramatics 3, Mission 2, 3, Math 2 . . . innovations on a music box, good samaritan. FLORENCE C. WROBLEWSKA 4561 E. Stiles St. Phila. 37, Pa. ST. JOHN CANT1us Sodality, A. A., Perfect Attendance 4, Clubs: Social Science, Spanish 3, Commercial . . . merry and true heart, quietly ambitious. TIIERESE VV. VVYZYKOVVSKI 3055 Ararningo Ave. Phila. 34, Pu. ST. AnALixrzn'r Soclulity: A. A.g Stuclcnt Council 25 Prcsitlcnt l, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3g Perfect Attendance l, 4g MARY- c:oLDg Clubs: Orchestra lg Social Scicnccg Latin 2g Polish 2g Dru' nuitics 3, 4g Basketball 4 . . . friendly as a lmmlclaspg burning with vivacity. ANNA M. ZIRIIUL 234 South St. Phila. 47, Pa. ST. STANrs1.Aus Sodalityg A. A.g Honors 23 Clubs: Glcc lg Social Scicnccg Spanish 2, 3 . . . not cz care in the worldg youth fully radiant. M NIICIIUH ZA Smter Nl Olimpia IA and Sister M. Sylvia ZA enjoy it good liugli graeluafing, L1-riii kwa-4: Wai' Q x , .1,. ,Hs - .., - ir W .-.immx '27- xx I if 1 i "H: U 4 5 N 4 Ewgr Ca ' I." N Rev. Adam Bydlon Rev, Very Rev. George Collins, C.S.Sp. Rev. t Rev. Francis R. Duffy, C.S.Sp. Rev. f Rev. Joseph L. Duffy, C.S.Sp. Rev. A Celia Ahost Mr. and Mrs. Allabach Edward F. Anderson Midshipman John Anderson Mrs. John M. Anderson Walter Anderson Mrs. Harry Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Armstrong Miss Mary Armstrong Miss Carolyn Aucello MR. and MRS. NICHOLAS AUCELLO Miss Teresa Aucello Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Aucello B Mr and Mrs. Albert Barfe Barney's Service Station Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bauer Bill Baker Birthday Club Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Banas Mrs. Thomas Beam Mr. and Mrs. Beck and Son Annamarie Begley, '50 Mr. and Mrs. William Begley Mr. and Mrs. C. Benneman Mr. and Mrs. Bielanitz MR. and MRS. FRANK J. BITTNER Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bollenhach Mr. and Mrs. Boston Mr. and Mrs. H. Boyle and family Marianne Brandt, '53 Mr. Ralph Briskey Mr. and Mrs. L. Britton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Brooks Rita Buckley, '53 REV. IGNATIUS J. SZAL, 1.c.D. Mr. and Mrs. Budny MR. and MRS. S. BURCZYNSKI Claire Burns, '52 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns Ronald C. Buscek C JOHN CALLAHAN FAMILY Miss Mary Campbell Mr. O. Cancila Mrs. O. Cancila Mr. and Mrs. John Candridge Mr. and Mrs. A. Capponi Helen C. Carberry Marie M. Carberry William Carberry Mrs. H. Carmody MR. and MRS. L. J. CARMODY, Mr. Patrick Carmody Joseph Swies Joseph Klosinski Clement Lachowskyf C.S.Sp. Walter Paplawski Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clark Mrs. Gertrude Clauser Marianne Clavan, '54 Mr. Angelo Cocco Agnes Coles Peggy Connor Bernadette Convey, '52 Mr. James E. Convey, Sr. Mrs. James E. Convey, Sr. Mr. John F. X. Convey Mr. Joseph F. Convey Elio Cori Mr. and Mrs. Michael Coyne Peggy Crane, '51 Robert Cross H. Cunningham and family JR. Miss Helen Curley Dolores M. Cylc Mr. and Mrs. William Czarneckr Mrs. Patrick Carmody Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carrigan Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carroll Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll Casbah Luncheonette Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ceccacci Mr. and Mrs. A. Cerankowski Mr. and Mrs. L. Czaplinski Lucille Czaplinski, '52 Selma Czaplinski, '49 Mr. and Mrs. J. Cichonski, Sr. Loretta Cichonska, '52 Mr. Stanley Cickota Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dolores Clark, Felix Cieslinski Bartley Ciezniak Frank Ciezniak Richard Cicezniak M. Ciosek '52 D Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Delaney Ida DeMayo Lottie DeMayo Mrs. B. DePhilippo Mr. and Mrs. Frank DePhilippo Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John DePhilippo and Mrs. Joseph Diegel MR. and MRS. JOSEPH DILETTO Joseph Diletto, Jr. Myrna Diletto, '52 Mr. and Mrs. Dlugokecki Mr. Adam Domalik Mr. and Mrs. Adam Domalik Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Domalik Mrs. Caroline Domalik Mr. and Mrs. John Domalik Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Domalik Joseph Domalik, Jr. Mr. Michael Domalik Mr. and Mrs. Walter Domalik Mr. and Mrs. James E. Donahue Sister M. Dorothy Francis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dougherty Nanelia Marie Dougherty Patrick Dougherty Thomas Dougherty Adrianne Doyle Patrick Doyle Thomas Doyle Mr. and Mrs. William Doyle William Doyle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dreisbach Miss Joan Drzal Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dubisk Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dwarczak Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dwarczak Mrs. Helen Dzierza Raymond Dzierza Mr. Stanley Dzierza E Eddie's Food Market Mr. and Mrs. G. Eichner EVANS TRANSPORTATION CO. F Dr. and Mrs. T. S. Fannin Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feret Mr. and Mrs. L. Fialkowski Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fischer Mr. Charles Fisher Eleanor Fitzgerald, '54 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Flanagan Kathleen Flanagan, '52 Joseph Flood Mr. George Forjoka A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A FRIEND Mr. and Mrs. W. Friend Mrs. William Frizell Mr. E. Furmanski MR. and MRS. WALTER FURTEK C Mr. and Mrs. F. Gale and Daughter Mr. Frank Gallagher Bernadette Gannon, '51 Mr. and Mrs. A. Gannon Sally Cannon, '52 Mrs. Stella Gasiorowska Mr. Frank Geiger Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Giori Mr. and Mrs. John Grabos Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grabowski Mr. and Mrs. M. Graziano Mr. Edward Groh Mr. and Mrs. Chester Grzywinski H Mrs. Catherine Haggerty Leo Hannon Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson Mr. Mrs. and Mrs. Wm. Haryslak and Sons Catherine Haug Henry Katherine Herbrick, '52 Rose Herbrick, '53 Mrs. Grace Hickey Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hilinski HILLCREST DAIRY FARMS Holy Ghost Missionary College Mrs. Joseph C. Hudson I Miss Helen Ignaczak Mr. and Mrs. A. Iroka ' J Robert Jardel Helen Jarzyna, '49 Mr. and Mrs. F. Jaskiewicz John Jaskiewicz Joseph Jaskiewicz Marie Jaskiewicz, '52 Mr. and Mrs. S. Jaskicwicz Miss Isabel Jaskowiak Mr. Robert Jaskowiak Mrs. Wanda Jaskowiak Miss Rita Jastrzebska, '55 Veronica Jastrzebska, '49 Nancy John, '51 Mr. and Mrs. William John Mr. Joseph Jorski K Walter Kaczmarek, Attorney Mr. John Kakereka Mr. and Mrs. H. Kaminski Mr. and Mrs. Kania and Son Tom Keane Mr. and Mrs. William Keck Mary' Kelly Mr. Charles Kerns Mr. and Mrs. John Killian Mr. and Mrs. W. Klepczynski Miss Mary Klimeka Mr. Henry Klimkowski Mr. Edward Klonowski Mrs. Alva Klucznik Mr. Frank Klucznik Joseph Klucznik Miss Josephine Klucznik Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kolody Mr. Jacob Kolb Mr. and Mrs. John Kolb Anna Kolodziejska Jesse Kolodziejska John Kolodziejski Joseph Kolodziejski Leonard Kolodziejski Martha Kolodziejski Ted Kolodziejski Walter Kolodziejski Mrs Cecilia Korcinski Mr. Frank Kosakowski Mrs. Josephine Kosmalski Leon Kosmalski Mr. and Mrs. W. Kowalewski Mr. and Mrs. A. Kubacki Mr. and Mrs. Kowalski Jean Kowalski, '52 Kathleen Ann Kowalski Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kowalski Mr. Frank Krenslak Frank Krenslak, Jr. Mrs. Katherine Krenslak Marianne Krenslak, 52 Leona Kroliczak, '54 Mr. W. Kropp Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kruk John Kubiak Mr. and Mrs. W. Kucinski Mr. and Mrs. A. Kunda William Kumka Mr. and Mrs. W. Kumka L Alfred Labrum Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Labrum Mr. and Mrs. Chester Labus Ilona M. Lajca, '50 Mr. and Mrs. John Lama Mr. and Mrs. S. Langowski Maria Langworth, '55 Clare Lavin, '52 Mr. John Lavin Mrs. John Lavin Miriam Lavin Mr. and Mrs. Chester Leszczynski Mr. Joseph Levy ' Mr. and "Irs. William Lindsey J. Howard Litz, M.D. Doris Logue Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lojeski Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Long Mr. and Mrs. Lukasiewicz Heddy Lukasiewicz Rita Lukasiewicz, 52 Miss Jean Luto Mrs. Mildred Luto M Raymond Madden Joseph I. Mager Mrs. John A. Maloney Mrs. Catherine Maminska Martha's Shop Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Marvel Edward W. Marvel, Jr. Cermaine Marvel, '47 Nancy Marvel, '51 Peggy Marvel, '52 Mr. and Mrs. William T. Marvel Mr. Joseph McCann Mr. and Mrs. MCC-arrigle Mr. and Mrs. James McLaughlin Virginia Ann Mecleary Mrs. Thomas E. McMenamin Mr. and Mrs. William Messner Miss Wanda Mialkowski THE MICHELS FAMILY Mr. Joseph Mignona Joan Milewska, '53 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Miller Mr. Russell Miller Miss Elizabeth Misnik Mr. and Mrs. John Monaghan Mr. and Mrs. John Moore Anthony Mosi MR. and MRS. WM. MOSKALSKI Roberta Muller Peter F. Murphy and Co. Mr. Walter Myslewicz N Mrs. N. Nark Dorothy Nikodem, '51 Katherine Niemczura MR and MRS. S. NIEMCZURA Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nigg Constance Niziolek, '55 O Mrs. Certrude Obiedzinska John Ogrydziak Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Olszewski Mr. Jan Olszewski Mary Ann Olszewski Mr. William Olszewski Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Neill Bernard O'Neill, Jr. Mary O'Neill, '52 Joan Onley, '49 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Louis Onteri Harry Ormabiz Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Orrel Henry Orysiek J. Osowski Sally Osowski, '50 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ostapowrcz Miss Cenevieve Otkowska P Mr. and Mrs. John Paczosa Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Palentz Mr. A. Pass Steven Pedlisky Alfred Francis Pelszynski Mr. and Mrs. Pelszynski Lorraine Pelszynski, '52 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Piasecki Mrs. Frank Pierson Mrs. Irene Pilacz Joseph Piotrowski Stanley Piotrowski Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pluciennik Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pluciennik Mr. George Potts Mr. Stanley Ptasinski Dolores Pytko, '52 Q Mr. William Quigley R Joan Rafferty, '52 Mr. and Mrs. John Rafferty John Rafferty, Jr. Marie P. Rafferty Josephine Rath Mr. George H. Raynes Mrs. Mary B. Raynes Pfc. James Ravenkamp Elaine Redwanowska, '53 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Repetski Pfc. Joseph Reptski Helen Repetski, '52 Stanley Repetski Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Repetski Mr. C. Rhoades Cynthia Riley, '54 Mr. and Mrs. B. Riley Thomas Roasam Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Rodrigues Clarissa Rojo Mr. and Mrs. C. Rose Mrs. William F. Ruff Mr. Stanley Ruminski Mary Ruppert, '54 Miss Victoria Rutkowska . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ryan, Sr. Mrs. Catherine Rzeznicka Mr. Joseph Rzeznicki S Andrew Saybolt Maureen Sattele Mr. and Mrs. S. Sattile Angelo Sarandrea Marie Schnell MR. and MRS.,W. F. SCHOENIGER Mary Theresa Schreiber, '55 Viola Seitz L. T. Senkowski MR. and MRS. EDWARD SHIELDS Mr. Joseph Siemietlcoski Mrs. Anne Siemietkoski Anne Sicmictkoski, '53 Mr. Leo Sienkiewicz Dolores Silorski MR. and MRS. GEORGE SIMON Mr. and Mrs. E. Sliwecki Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Slysz Ralph H. Springs Mr. and Mrs. V. Skalski Mrs. Anna Skora Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Skora Stanley Skora Mr. Edward Skowronski Mrs. Marie Sladek Patricia Slaclek, '52 Angeline Smith John Smith Stella Smyrski Edwin Sobata Mr. and Mrs. H. Sobocinslci Sorrento Restaurant James Stacey Mr. and Mrs. Staniszewski Starry's Ice Company James Statzell Mrs. E. E. Stead Edward L. Stead Helen Stead, '50 June Stead, '52 John H. Stein, Jr. Mary Jane Stein, '54 Mrs. Pauline Stopyra Miss Dorothy Stopyra Patricia Swierczewska, '54 Dorothy Szczebak, '52 Mr. and Mrs. L. Szczebak Miss Wanda Szewczak Mrs. Josephine Szulc Eugenia H. Szumanski, '49 Mr. and Mrs. John Szumanski Valeria M. Szumanski, '49 T Tacony Blouse and Skirt Shop Tacony Curtain and Linen Shop Nancy Torpey, '52 RAYMOND I. TORPEY, FLORIST Alberta M. Tryon Barbara M. Tryon, '52 John Tryon, Sr. John W. Tryon, Jr. Mr. Joseph Tryon Mrs. Joseph Tryon Suzanne Tryon Mr. and Mrs. William Tryon U Rita Uzynska V Mr. and Mrs. E. Vallorani Irene Varela Mrs. Rita Velasquez Mr. and Mrs. S. Vetters Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vogt, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Volb W Mr. and Mrs. Martin Walczak Mrs. Louis Walczak Mr. and Mrs. George Wall Mr. James Walsh MR. EDWARD WALSH Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weber Mr. and Mrs. Wetsel Mr. H. Whymeyer Mr. David Whyno MR. F. E. WICK, PHOTOCRAPHER Mr. and Mrs. Wilkoski and Family Janice Williams Mr. and Mrs. T. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson Verna Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Windholtz MRS. 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