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ZPL ZPL CMiC6 A6 COM, 01,62
TOP: Newly elected members of the Quill and Scroll are
lstandingl Margaret Creadon, Kitty McEllin, lseatedl
Mary Knuth and Nancy Brady. They were thus honored
for their journalistic achievement during the past years.
BOTTOM: Exponents of good speech lstandingl Kitty
McEllin, Patricia Lombardo, Carol Dunch, Grace Need-
ham, Theresa Buettner, Aileen Valentine, lseatedl
Barbara Pepple, Marian Kerrigan, Margaret Healey and
Mary Columbro have increased the membership ot the
Masque and Gavel.
nized this year by their admission into t
Quill and Scroll. A national society for hi
school journalists, the Quill and Scroll h
annually admitted Notre Dame students wi
The literary work ot four Seniors was recog
this society must be Seniors in the upper thi
of their class, have done superior work in wri
ing, editing, or busihess managing, and mu:
be recommended by their supervisor ot st
Among other qualifications, members c
man s sociability, two years ago Notre Da
introduced Masque and Gavel a national hi
school society for the promotion ot go
speech. At present, the society is compos
ot eight Seniors and three Juniors, who we
elected by the faculty.
Realizing that speech is the expression c
members participated in the Student Spea
ers Bureau ot the War Chest campaign, th
presented the "Victory Variety Show" for t
ambulance drive, and they produced tt
"Blue Star Mothers' Program" for the mothe
ot men in service.
During the past year, Masque and Gavi
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Perhaps one of the dearest things in our annual will be the picture
of our comrades in study. The years will separate us and time may eve
change us, but always we will have these glimpses of friends, and subsequen
memories of good times, when we page through this part of our yearbook
Not only those who graduated this June 6, but all those behind us
Juniors, Sophs, and Freshies-they, too, are remembered here.
And we cannot forget the Notre Dame Guild. lt provided some might
good times for us, in addition to serving as that important link betwee
parents and teachers.
High school days are over-we have known our last Notre Dame day
our last Senior party, our last Senior Prom, our last Sodality Dance. The
are all behind us. The absorbing and compelling adventure that is lif
stretches ahead and each of us has her very own rainbow to follow, he
very own star to reach.
Yet in all the joys and the sorrows that the future holds, none of u
will find a joy greater than our school days, none of us will feel a sorro
quite like that of leaving Notre Dome.
Not that we will ever forsake her SPIRIT, The guidance, love, an
protection of our heavenly mother will accompany us out through the portal
and into the world. And with that maternal care constantly with us, ho
can we ever target the home of our school days?
The spirit of Notre Dame will conquer our sorrow and share our joy
it will be an integral part of us forever. We'll not forget you Notre Dam
-you are our Love!
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