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Mary Therese Garry
1 Marie Gugliuzza
IDA ELKINS . . . sweet sophistication, willow with the sturdiness
of oak, a real "come on" in any walk of life, an understanding friend,
quietly versatile. KATHLEEN ENGLISH . . . breezy buoyancy,
wide-eyed wonder with a lot of "know it" behind it, Kay, cutter of
gold-star capers with her 'Asharp" personality. MARTHA ESS . . .
Marty, one of the winners in any personality contest, sparkling smile
and bubbling laughter, dignity with a side dish of fresh hilarity.
MARCELLA ESTOCK . . . chic chatterbox, fun-likeability, her
lirst love is friends, cool and casual, a contagious smile that's always
welcome, a good sport. RITA EVANS . . . a GGG girl, cute,
charming and clever, tops in fun and frolic, everyone enjoys Kitty.
JEANNE FALLOURE . . . tinsel-blonde hair and tinkling laughter,
refreshing as cologne, enriched with a lilting personality, gloom-
chaser for dreary days. BEVERLY EEE . . . trigonometry trick,
the special event of the A.A. board, baseball-minded, she bats 1000
in her favorite league, full capacity for knowledge, "Beaver" for
busyness. PATRICIA EENCEL . . , sparkling eyes and nimble feet,
devotee of dancing, aristocrat of learning, mischievous merry-maker,
a pleasant "Pat" with plenty of push behind her. MARGARET
EERENCZI . . . dashingly demure, Our May Queen but not a "may-
be" friend, helpful homeroom representative, entertaining originality,
a sure success, dismisses care with a smile. MARY THERESE
GARRY . . . UT" loves to dance, forget-me-not blue eyes, honey
hair and a disposition to match, aglow with fun and good humor.
LAVERNE GEDEON . . . "Lovey", refreshing as a lime phosphate,
steals every show, roller-skating enthusiast, everyone's pal, tall tales
punctuated with spontaneous laughter. MINNIE GEIGER . ..
advocates good times, charter member of the varsity teams, loads of
pep and smiling friendliness, twinkling eyes, never heard the word
"can't." MARY ANN GEMIGNANI the one and only "Jimmy",
fairly glows with mischief and fun, pattern for happiness, electric
fourth-page editor, unforgettable eyes. DELPHINE GLOW. . .
sudden gleams of laughter, would donate all clickers to the scrap
piles, "kitten on the keys," vivacious, with eyes that speak volumes.
DOROTHY GOEBEL . . . dotes on daisies, Queen of the gym floor,
always in the game, walks right into your heart with her bubbly
laugh. MARY LOUISE GORDON . . . an inquiring mind that
discovers everything, sweet as a sugar-cake, sure-cure for the blues,
charming in a gold-hearted way. NORMA GRISANTI . . . pic-
turesquely dark-eyed, a bit of Florentine charm about her, an impish
grin coupled with profound dreams, sure to get ahead anywhere.
THERESA GROHOSKY . . . quiet stimulus, made expressly for
happiness, firm and concise convictions, spun gold halo, smilingly
serious, a blend of the spiritual and transcendental. MICHELINA
GUARINO . . . mathemagician, festive fire-works, spreads literature
for the Sodality, axis on the wheel of laughter, brimful of ingenious
ideas, especially prankish ones. MARIE GUGLIUZZA . . . charm-
ing and fun-filled, a genuine friend, the first to go to her eternal com-
mencement, Marie, beloved in life and cherished in death.
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Mary Louise Gordon
Beverly Ann Fee
Martha Ess Marcella Estock
Patricia Fencel Margaret Ferenczi
Mary Ann Gcmigrmni Delphine Glow
Theresa Grohosky Michelina Guarino
acquaintances . . .
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BERNITA GUND . . . sweetness of sobriety, a smile that leaves a
warm glow in our hearts, quietly competent, lovable as a teddy bear,
unrulfled reserve. RITA GUTMAN . . . peaches and cream com-
plexion, War Historical Commission chairman, sterling friendship,
golden laughter, delights in delving into the dim, dark past. PEGGY
HARKS . . . quiet and reserved, sincere and true, subtle humor in her
laughing eyes, capably records Sodality activities, a friend to have
and hold. DOLORES I-IARVAN . . . dance-ability, like-ability,
page out of Vogue, future Florence Nightingale, chestnut crowning
glory emphasized by carefree brown eyes. RITA I-IAUER . . .
camellia complexion, languidly lovely eyes, "V"'s fit "Ree" to a
vivacious with oodles of Vim, Vigor, and Vitality, our spark-
plug. PHYLLIS HEENER . . . subtly sophisticated, pleasing per-
sonality, sunny smile, laughing lass, merry mermaid, focus on fun,
English enthusiast, but we could go on and on. MARGARET
HICKERNELL . . . melodious laughter, twinkling eyes, this Glee
Club warbler is a symphony of amiability, true friendship and fun,
our candidate for the Met. VIRGINIA HOLLIS . . . serene, un-
ruffled patience, a gay gal with a recipe for keeping friends, she'll
"bowl" you over if you can find her out of water. JEAN HUTT
lively and lovely, dotes on math of any size, shape or color, "twinkle
fingers" for the Tower, gracious and loquacious, aspiring aero-
nautical navigator. MARJGRIE II-ILENEIELD . . . pert, proper,
pleasant, executivity combined with domesticity, headed for the
business world and ultimately her own domicile, an honored honor
student. ROSEMARY JANDICK . . . eyes that shine, on the line
as a long distance operator, "It's nice to say we know her", source of
clever quips. GERALDINE JANNAZO . . . First Lady of Jour-
nalism, lovely to look at, delightful to know, interested and interest-
ing, scintillating wit, sparkling eyes and personality, Jerry's "tops".
NORMA JEAN JOI-IANS . . . sweet, petite, and "all reet", 'Cleo'
is the possessor of the class's longest tresses, our favorite jitterbug,
accent on charm. DORIS JENSIK . . . frivolous funster, serious
student, "The Right Combination!" we say, this future history
teacher will make history with her own 'ldesigns". ANN KAZIK
. . . ebony tones on ivory, feminine to her linger tips, goes through
life laughing straight from the shoulder, popular as a best seller.
MARY TERESA KEEI-IN . . . wee bit of the old sod, lilting lullaby,
still waters run deep, poise and personality, able Junior Guild prexy,
"Kenny" spells friend. MARIAN KEILY . . . all good things come
in small packages, e.g., A'Ki", charming, chipper, chic, dancing feet,
laughing eyes, a whit of a wit. PAT KELLY . . . loved by the
leprechauns, living in a small world all her own, "Scotty" will be a
secretary someday, and a fine one, too. JEANNE KLOUDA . . .
laughing, loveable Jeanne, accent on fun, cool and spicy as pepper-
mint, tops at typing, saucy smile, roguish grin interspersed with a
serious streak. GERALDINE KNECI-IT . . . exponent of the latest
fashions and fads, brown velvet eyes, shining chestnut hair, math-
ematically inclined, college bound, Gerry "connects" with everyone.
Mary Teresa Keeh
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