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GRACE MCMULLEN, as welcome as a holiday, dancing eyes, French
savoir-faire, Irish pluck, English practicality, an American regular . . .
COLETTA MCNAMARA, erudite classmate and scintillating editor,
efficient and dependable, to all a most delightful companion . . . MARY
THERESE MCNEELY, sociability, dancability, lovability, our connoisseur
of "special events", diverting and refreshing . . . ALICE MCNEIL, such
a contradiction! easy-going and languorous, yet keenly interested in
aviation, with mathematics behind her and college ahead . . . VALERIA
MARCHIN, partial to no one, pleasing to all, a chic little number with
a captivating drawl . . . LORANNE MAREK, first lady of the 'home
sciences, history, dramatics, swimming-all have her attention but it is
nursing that holds it. . . REGINA MARTIN, a "little" miss who claims
a "large" portion of many hearts, capricious and light-hearted . . .
MARY MARGARET MINCH, the M M M girl-mirthful, musical, mun-
dane, skill with the needles, a laugh fan and a record fan . . . POLLY
MIX, an excellent equestrienne who pranced into many a merry mix-up,
learning wrapped in puckishness . . . MARY JANE MOLNAR, refine-
ment and thoughtfulness, "snap and go" energy, typing's her favorite,
roller-skating's her hobby, stenography's her ambition . . . EILEEN
MORIARTY, a bit of the old sod, beguiling and Winsome, a retrousse
nose, a gay disposition, pet hobby, science-logical result, president of
the Nieuwland Science Club . . . ALICE MYERS, sweet-natured, even-
tempered, with finesse and gentleness to endear her to all . . . ALICE
MAY NALLEY, "baby" of the Senior class, like a round butter-ball but
twice as precious, genius for originality . . . JEAN NAWARSKAS, a
wandering espial, sedate and serious, reticent, nimble toes, no one peers
into her heart-her dreams are her very own . . . GRACE NEEDHAM,
a gifted thespian, discerning and versatile, off-'stage she lives the role
of a "super" class-mate . . . MARY NEMCIK, a touch of the old, enrich-
ing the new, linguist par excellence, Czechoslovakia's good-will ambass-
ador . . . JACQUELINE NEWEY, with paint and pallette she revived the
precious past in novel caricatures, petite mademoiselle of the easel,
artist of "Tower Memories" . . . DOLORES NOVAK, hidden caverns
echoing with wisdom and candor, frank and outspoken, champion of
truth and straight forwardness . . . RITA NOVAK, active in matters
spiritual and matters musical, she blends well with science and service
. . , APRIL O'BOYLE, spring's gracious mannequin, the spirit of the
Easter Parade-flowers and laughter, a refreshing April shower ending
in a glorious "reign" in May . . . RITA O'BRIEN, "gingervated", inter-
ested in sports, the business world, government service, and people,
boundless energy for skating-flying fingers at the typewriter board. . .
EILEEN O'HARRA, beguiling as only the Irish can be, her name means
iike to the dawn and that she is-brilliant, welcome, and promising . . .
EILEEN O'LEARY, a glory of red hair crowning a pixie smile, she never
misses her point either on the gym floor or on the rostrum . . , IRENE
OLENIK, calm and dignified, serious and studious, activated about her
fun-or anybody's fun . . .
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MARJORIE PALENSCHAT, as quick 'on the comeback as her
badminton "birdie", Ducet, not only in Latin . . . GRACE PARCH,
Notre Dame's foreign correspondent with pen pals in many lands,
member of the Sky Club and the "Tower," mad about music . . .
BARBARA ANNE PEPPLE, member of Notre Dame's Royal Family of
drama, deep in dramatics, president of the Masque and Gavel . . .
CAROLYN PFOH, possessor of a charming smile, savant of swing,
connoisseur on "How to get along with people" . . . EVELYN E. PHIL-
LIPS, torn between two loves-shall it be a home and the domestic arts,
or her call to duty as a nurse in Uncle Sam's service? . . . LOUISE
POCHATEK, she keeps up the soIdier's morale by writing to service-
men, and keeps up our own by her sunny disposition . . . DORIS
PODOJIL, able pianist, scholarly student, capable head of the His-
torical Commission, quietly strong . . . BETTY JANE POLAS, perhaps
skating gives her that grace of movement, perfection on the dance
floor, rabid collector of records and sweaters . . . AGNES M. POLLACK,
her feather cut attracts you, her smile warms you, her knowledge
enlightens you, she's flying high by way of the Sky Club . . . FRANCES
MAE POMERSON, competent and calm and looking toward the future,
a baseball fan who's interested in painting and fashions . . . MARGARET
POTA, horseback-riding and skating are her fads, so-Athletic Asso-
ciation and Whirlo are her favorites . . . PEGGIE POWERS, darling,
daring, dynamic, budding literary artist, honor student, sure-fire suc-
cess in anything she attempts, Literary Editor of "Tower Memories"
. . . ROSEMARY RAITH, old-fashioned sweetness, petitely blended,
"semper fideIis" friend to all, devotee of swimming, sincerity and the
Sodality . . . CAROL REILLY, a page out of Vogue, a dance fan who
plans to do her "stepping out" in college . . . MARCELLA MARIE
REINMANN, latest addition to the Senior class, synonym for fun, in-
surance for success, algebra enthusiast with a -white-capped future
. . . ELEANOR REZAK, foresight, delicacy, agility on wheels, owner
of a lovely voice and an enticing smile . . . MARGARET ROBINSON,
typist par excellence of the Senior class, honor student who likes to
read, so wonderful to talk to because she listens well . . . SARA
ROBUSTO, blue eyes that hold your attention, a leader in the Leader's
Club, her heart's in nurse's training . . . LORETTA RUETH, a teasing
smile, an impish comedienne, happy-go-lucky, sympathetic, genuine,
and loyal . . . ANTOINETTE RUPPE, aspiring secretary, a well of
sympathy that springs from interest in people, a hobbyist in collecting
human interest stories . . . BETTY SABOL, a lithe arrow of blended
grace, "smiling through the rain," animated on piano keys . , . DORIS
SCI-IAEFER, honor bright and fancy free, the Kieran of the Senior
class taking her studies, her friends and her future seriously . . .
ROSEMARY SCHMITZ, a modern great-heart to the worId's unfor-
tunates who gained many others through her zeal for "these, my
poor" . . . MARCELLA SCHNEIDER, "the good-will of the rain that
loves all leaves, the friendly welcome of the wayside well", chairman
of Junior Guild, a coming "Met" star. . .
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