Villa De Chantal High School - Crescent Yearbook (Rock Island, IL)

 - Class of 1949

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is man, .A L f Pa I 3' - '9 Mk- L+. F , N if ' ,, , ,5 1, '-1, ' ' ' 'TY 6 Cff FTHE Te 1949 V1lla de Chantal R lx G '7 Y' W xx A 5 CVD uv b f , V' law Q2 A5 A 693 0 slxqfxv l 11 ll' ILLA CRESCENT OC' lslanml, lllinois ' N, n f., -P' mf" I al Mfg bi ,ingrhwl 725' 3324! L, """ V' . Av l gp' ,rf-f -. H I lf 2 , , A-. NWN . V "lm v yn L tf ' rl, i ' m l ' . 1 ' . V , My U K ' ' 2 ' x . P ' x , fy x ,hx x x , 'V 1 . s , , , . ,- 1' ' L. 5 x ' -my I L 5 R, t ' , f b 1.7 ' V . . Xi L: l i ,Q b I N Q su A 'U Q - K Mx I 'x 1-.f N .1 ' X W' I ,f , M ' x, ,X f ' - ' ,f 'w ' .L ,R 5 2 Q S ' 4 . xr Y n J A 1 mv? - 1 'E 1 -, gg W- -hr I M. W ,, 4 , -' A L R X k k A ...un A "fix ! fp ,N 1 1 +' Y A Y c I f fiyxangq U, I . 'Vfmm ff -" 5 M 5 Q 'I I J 4 fl 1. .1 'J - -A t V ff' ' ,A . . mf - sf 4 .f-' - VILLA DE CHANTAL When in 1899, the Sisters of the Visitation decided to found an academy in Rock Island they had dreams of a beautiful and prosper- ous boarding school. Today we can see the fruits of their labors and realize that the Villa de Chantal has grown up to be every- thing its persevering founders wished it to be. Although the plot of land on which the new school was to be built was then a cow pasture, Mother Francis Borgia and Sister Mary Agnes set to work to purchase the land and to begin work on the academy. Less than a year after the school opened the ground was broken for the west wing, exactly five years later work was begun on the main building and on Iune lU, 1908, its beautiful chapel was solemnly dedicated in the presence of Arch- Bishop Spalding. It soon became evident that more space was needed, so the Sisters tried to raise funds for another addition, in spite ot the depres- sion. Thanks to the generosity of Mr. Frank Lewis, the new building was begun on Iuly l9, 1929. Thus the building program of the Villa de Chantal ended, but the work of the patient Sisters was just beginning. The aim of the Sisters of the Visitation of Villa de Chantal has always been to send forth graduates with well-rounded characters, capable ot meeting the requirements of life. To do this the school tries to develop in its students noble principles and a cultural ap- preciation of all that is true, good and beau- tiful. One has only to look at the outstanding records made by its graduates to realize how fully the Sisters have accomplished their purpose. Since 1919 the Villa de Chantal has been a member of the North Central Association. It is accredited by the University of Illinois and is listed among the state's recognized high schools. It has maintained at all times the highest standards of education in religious training as well as in the curricular and extracurricular activities. 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KX' ,f 1 Avifu V I Nllfx ' H X 3 Y . f 11 x 'EN '25, 2 Q ,fl W AX Ga N 'IS S ff f fry X f IQ Barbara Berry Ambztzon clzmbmg wzth a giants pride Although Barbara has only been wrth us two years her cheerful ways have made for her many fnends She has served her class well as v1ce presldent 'Q 5.9 f Margaret Mary Cah1H Fhose eyes those eyes how full of heaven they are Our capable Student Councrl Presx dent Peg has always proven ready and wrllrng at work and play Peg IS also one of our strugglrng Home EC students When she leaves the Vxlla wrll be a sad loser but Antroch wrll gcun a charmmg crtxzen 'K 1 x X ,J xv 1 my '53 W N T e s ti fly, ' xx 4 AV 3 " l ' I 5 , 7 A- 5 l . j yi 9 Y-' ' 1-, , , v - .5 ' is kiwi. ' if , .. 1 V 4 ,. -, f 1, t - 0 j' .7 ' V Ns. ',' "gil A : fr i 'z K H . . . . . . , H, 1 1 . ,, ' u , ll ll - I I ' . . I I 1 1 'xv' Marllyn Callahan Goodness zs beauty m tts best estate Marrlyn IS one of our exclusxve Semor boarders who halls from Rey nolds Ill Always quxet yet never falhng 1n fnendshxp l ! L Carol Clayton A sweet heart lzftzng cheerfulness A born leader the lxfe of any party a good conversatronahst and a true frxend As Asslstant Busmess Manager of the Crescent and VICE presldent of the Student Councxl Carol has been an asset to the class all the years she has been here A 45 l 5' 5 A . 'ij X if 1 'Q' A W" i il f t l. c l ti, , , -x gt 1' , 2 ' , A , ., W ' Q l?,4,:,:?V.4,:'tt 1 ..,-P, - ' ,- ,, .lp N , W J D !v, J l -f "' -fa, , ' , W H " , " -' 'tilnffffnl ' A H.. . .',. I k,,v,.i..5 , ' ' 1--' l L, " X if ""V'f a JK! -, 'u:k'L'lA:u 2 ve'-'34 Lf ' ' 'N I . wr.-, 23- 4--f 1 i mg f ff ' If JF, T' ,L YZ l' " af , R Qi F L: ,. , f. .. . b 1 ., 5 -X? ss Sai d A h 5 V f A ' .I V- - ,- " . " 41."k'- .gal-, f " ,. ' -.l"" ."1' ' ' lla ' , V1 u , if f f If ' ' ' ,P ff ' ' I, - - H - H - I I ' 1 I . .... , ' I Bonlta Coyle Delzghtfully fresh and fine Bonme IS a darhng' She s a pal to everybody and IS an artlstxc master of her brush and canvas Her stature 15 tall and she has thxck dark han' Alter bemg class secretary she s a w1z at wrxtmg thank you notes but of course as a boarder of four years she s bound to have experience wlth a pen ME? Marlsabel Davls And more than wzsdom more than wealth A merry heart that laughs at care Such IS our dear Mans The mem ory of her happy laugh and ready sm1le w1ll bnghten our days wherever we may be Always enthuslashc and eager to do her part she s the best example of the Good Nelghbor Pohcy we ve seen yet l l l Y f 7 , Q, ! O i K 1 ' 1 Q ' X if A 1 ,ef I K l A . , 'W . . ' 4 .,. l Q If ' I! If ' ' J ' ii ' . n ll I ll . . , ' I I I I u 4 ' I .-mug, CIBIISSB DePoorter Serene and modest as the morn Beauty brarns and a personahty plus are some of Clansse s most out standmg trarts She xs moreover a very ethclent Assxstant Edxtor of the Crescent and an able Prefect of the Sodalxty Clarrsse won the Extensxon award for her short story and xs the proud possessor of the Gregg certth cate for speed rn shorthand if Sophla Doerr Speech 15 the mdex to the mmd One of the most amxable grrls rn the class and the one who always adds that extra lrttle detarl IS our Phla IIer portrayal ot Mr Hardcastle w1l1 always be remembered as one of the best charactenzatxons ot the Semor Play . A . X ,, ,.. x....... A -.- ......- , 1 1, . , f K H 1: rr ' ' ' U 1 1 . 1 , , , . . . u - 11 fad' 'Vx Patrlcla Dondanvllle Bless thy give zuzls Wntty to talk wlth walk w1th kmt wrth laugh w1th and play w1th thats our Pat As Mr Hardcastle ln our Senlor Play Pat proved she was an actor too Well all m1ss your cheery sm11e and hearty laugh Pat l Jane Elllott Upon her head she wears a crown of stars Our lame always ready to greet everyone wxth a cheerful smrle lane IS a fnend to everyone and has proved her ell worthy as Student Councll Trea urer and vxce presldentof Spald mg Literary Soclety rf ' 'ry ,f ,. ' V ?" 5 ,K .. , f 4 , Env t 143 - 'p5flhf4,, , , .1 - KM' ' ,ew 1-" jffnhw - ' i A M11 gggw,-1 I1 . gs ., 1 V , . . , , . . . , 11 ' v H 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ' . . , 1 1 . 1 . S 1 - 5 , - - ii- Beverly Glmar Szlence zs the perfectest herald of jo Wlth never a harsh word for any one her graczous sxlent manner has made her dear to the hearts of every one The preoccupied expresslon on her face merely serves to hxde the deep thoughts and qulet workmg of her mmd Adele Grevas Blest wzth that charm the certamty to please Wrth a smlle for everyone and a ready hand to help our class presl dent xs bubbhng w1th personahty Shes effrclent studlous and athletxc G f J -N. f a f if . Yr., fr 2 , , ' Y R Y X 'v , 9 i 'JV , ' 1 ' J , ' ' Y K ' c vu K : , J V K ' 3- 5 Qbe- "Ri if 'R KIA. .y I! . If l .II , I wtf n Mary Ann Hall Her words are trusty heralds to her mtnd Farrness and lovel1ness make our Mary Ann one of our prettrest senrors Even though Mary Ann rs one of our newest classmates she has certarnly made her mark as a successful class secretary and as a good student f Joyce Hlgglns True wzt zs nature to advantage drest Thrs trtran harred lass shmes spar kles and ranks hlgh rn her goodness and generosxty As busmess manager of our school paper Ioyce has accom plrshed a great feat rn helpmg our year book , ' 2 2 5. 9 :ef 2 :. " g ,s 3 3 X yearn all h , I Y ' Q' 1 Q, ' if, W - ,f , , , f a 1 1 f at i' 'fl l 1 f af-Q ig . J fl , l V Y , . tx IV M X I 6 1,1 l?L Yr 51 whsle Q' Y 1 ' I ?' 5- vyigif M,wa 5, - Q. 4 V , ll If ' ' ' II II . I . . . . . I . I - I . I ' Mary Hosietler .Smcerzty as an openness of heart Our gemal and ellrcrent edrtor of the Crescent rs a grrl whose srncenty and frrendshrp have endeared her to the hearts of all her classmates Her enthusrasm rs an asset to any under takrng Nancy Iverson Wzth her whole hearts welcome m her smzle Our competent class treasurer wrll always be remembered for her vrm vrgor and vrtalxty Nancys never endxng supply of clothes wrll never cease to amaze us or her excuse for gettrng thrs supply to amuse Good luck Nancy X . l 'N . ,it M L ,f ' Ln' 54" ll' r ,'f?, w,,f?' A B., V " b rar: f p . ,i 1 ix Y- 5 l , 1 ,- ' 5 r, , Z . ' 'Q I F -f ' J .1 l 5 ,1-rm' , 1' 'Z y ' fp' . - W 'K' . ' is . L, Ff l ws f 'iq' u -- ' - H u ' I ' . ' Il . . . . , I . . . 1 . I D - I - . . ' I , . Jane Madden Exhaustmg thought and lx-umg wzsdom with each studzous year As the only v1o11mst among us lame was called upon quxte often to entertam at vanous programs She s a wee gxrl with dark haxr and tw1n klxng hazel eyes that g1ve her a plc ture of mtsctnef She s what one would descnbe as a student who always upholds her hxgh standards Patrlcla McCarthy A thmg of beauty zsayoy for ever She IS tall and possesses a sweet smile that radxates sunshme to all Pat IS not only a very good student but she IS an excellent lnend 3 5 4 if Q' H Q, A n i , , 1 1 ' ,.,l,, Q 1 gy . . l S ln 3 ' NP I gl'-I R se Marle 0 Klo k I never saw an eye so brzght and yet so soft as hers Our Rosle oi the laughmg dark eyes IS well known for her quiet but lovable dxsposltron She w1ll be re membered by her graceiulness and kmdness Ypgsnff' eva Jeanne Penlrlan Nature was here so lavzsh of her store Fhat she bestowed untzl she had no more Not only beauty but Ieannes V1 vacxous manner and gay charm all Jom together to make a grand gxrl and a wonderful pal I Y I f 1 J ,ff W ix ,, ' I VV f j 5 ' V, I 3 f 5 . "1- ' ,i , A q . Q el 1' 95 f h Y A F: Z jr 4 g 3,?W . 5 , vs , e 'gf EQ , he r 'kt s o ' ' c " If -' ll ' J J n f ' x 'WO' l L Joan Starleal Barbara Thomas Sweet heart lzftmg cheerfulness Honest labor bears a lovely face Lzke sprang tzme of the year Seem'd ever on her steps to watt " Full of fun, enthusrastrc, and al ways ready to lend a hand IS our Ioanre She drd marvelous work as the Charrman of the Bakery Booth for the Semor Tea Her charmmg person crlrty and her sunny smxle are an asset to any class Barbara IS one of our more studrous classmates She rs known throughout the Semor Class lor her subtle humor. and her abrlrty to tell a Joke wrthout even the slrghtest hrnt of a smrle 1 V, H . Fifi ,Am if i '4 Vg' ,I . at V S, QQ ' -+-"ik fl -vi . . ,Q .-.L I Mis. 3 I -at ' rg'fiQggk'l -Q -fy.. - 3 ! ll ' ' ff ll ' 1 . . Katherln Van Laecke Her looks do argue her replete wzth modesty Tall shm dark ha1r and a sweet nature mask our class beauty Kath erme IS one of those rare gxrls who never talks about others unless she says somethmg n1ce Shes a good typr t and loves to skate and go ta bogganmg To most of her frlends she s Katle W L7 Pal1'lCla Washburn Holy fuzr and uzse IS she Descr1bes Pat our Spald1ng Presx dent By her office anyone can see how well l1ked she has become rn her two years at the Vxlla Everyone wrll remember her for her baklng kmttlng dry humor and her every w1ll1ng ness to lend a hand ln any project These charactenstxcs are the maklngs of a Chnstlan nurse whlch IS Pat s ambltlon 'Q X ,Q 5, A t lsv v ' f I , .. 'v , t Y r F Q A f B. If ! I 'fx K 4 A, eu, X 77 lv 'Y Llti R .f x, ' --sl' l ' l . . . U , .. - V' ' u 1 1 ' , U 4 . . . . I - 1 1 I ' ' I I I u 1, . . n I I I - 'S I A - . . . I ' . a n I s y ' . 1 fix Verla Lee Wllllams Grace was an her steps heaven m her eye Verla our pehte sen1or w1ll always be remembered for her smcerlty 1n all she undertakes Her love for kmttmg and readmg along wrth makxng inends wxth everyone hlls her busy schedule Mary Ellzabeth Wurzer Happy aml joyzs my name Mxmx wxll long be remembered for her contagrous laugh whlch is often qulte unexpected She rs full of lun loves a good Joke and has proved a true fnend l ,E 11 -ff' I' li 5" x I v J K K 7 .-1-1 ' -if' A' l Xa . . . r- U ' I ' rr -. ' ' 1 .U x , CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT TO wHoM IT MAY CONCERN We the class of 1949 a lxttle tuckered ou.t after a full year of homework hurryxng back to class after our occasxonal lunches at the Toasty kmttmg socks and stayxng for play practxce are quxte happy to re lease ourselves of a few characterxshcs to our favortte class the pumors of 1949 ITEM I IN GENERAL To Mother Mary Dolores we leave our apprecratlon of her unttrmg efforts to prepare us for the life ahead We shall always remember her cheerfulness and wxll try to carry a httle of xt wxth us wherever we go To Stster Mary Iosephxne our capable Drrector and Class Advisor goes our heartfelt thanks for assxstxng us tn our numerous actrvrtxes for gtvxng us all a part ln the Semor Play and above all for her teachmgs of Englrsh Lrterature whtch have enrnched our hves beyond measure To all our beloved teachers whom we wxll mrss for their lndrvldual rnterests rn each one of us for helpmg us get our credxts and for betng our frrends we bequeath these words You have made the Vxlla a home to us To the Iumors we bequeath these precxous treasures The feelxng lt ts to be a Semor and to be looked up to The lovely recreatxon room that we enjoyed together Fxrst place xn hne tn the cafetena and pushlng the tables together Our love for kmttmg please though keep rt out of classes The fxrst pews in the chapel The prxvate readxng of marks Havxng your graduatlon prctures taken The Vxlla Crescent and the Chromcle The class parttes and the prrvtlege of goxng out to lunch twtce a month and the fun xn gtvmg the Semor Tea and the Semor Play ITEM ll IN PARTICULAR Pat Vogel mherxts Barbara Berry s lovely soprano voxce Of course xt ll take a lot of practxce but wxth the assxstance of Sxster Cecelxa we know you can stay on key Marrlyn Callahan leaves her abxlxty to study qutetly ln the study hall to Mary Lou Bxllesbough N marks ln order thxs way Peggy Cahxll leaves her tales of Antroch to Mary Nesseth See how they compare wxth yours of Mmne sota Mary' Carol Clayton presents to Ann Helen OMally her superb abxhty to play the ptano It comes wxth practrce on the study hall prano Bonnre Coyle confers her artxstlc touch on Nancy Rlchter In gratltude Nancy please bow low when you pass her empty chaxr 1n the art room Marxsabel Davxs leaves to Mary Berry and ROSeMary Malay her wmmng way to make frrends and keep them Clarrsse DePoorter wllls her falnt lady lrke sneeze to Barbara Deters Thrs sneeze took years to per Sophta Doerr passes on her extenstve descrlptxve vocabulary to Dolly Ganakes Tqke q blg breath so you wont choke on them honey Hattre Larkm xs the luclry gal for she rs now the proud owner of Pat Dondanvllle s super specxal gymsult lane Elllott s slogan of Dont ever be late' goes to Thats Wheelan lane never drd break rt and we sxncerely hope that you can keep the traaxtron up Please dont fall our Iame Beverly Gxmar offers her lxght blue sweater to Magdaleen Frankre rn case the heatmg plant should ever happen to faxl Adele Grevas wxlls her success ln keepmg the Semor Class tn lme to next years class presxdent It wtll really take a wonderful gxrl to lxve up to Adeles standard Mary Ann Hall bequeaths her mechamcal mrnd to Mary Lee Bladel Mary Ann always could grasp the fundamentals of physlcs before anyone else Ioyce leaves her cooklng skull to Margaret Wolf Please Margaret dont burn anythmg Mary Hostetler wrlls her fascmatton for Mohne to Kathleen Cr1mmms We hope you wxll have the same kxnd of fasc nation that Mary has Ncncy Iverson wtlls her abrlxty to mlss Monday mornmg classes to Margaret Murray It really helps after those week ends Red lane Madden wxlls her versatlle mustcal talent to Charlotte Clare Eckland Pat McCarthy leaves her knowledge of kmttmg argyles to Fran Warner We hope you get them made Fran lean Pemrran wxlls her bottle of clorox and dust mop to Ioan Fletcher who should carry on next year m lean s place Rose Marte O Klock one of the few Semors who survtved 1948 wlth long harr wtlls her lengthy locks to Maravene Levy Be careful of short haxr fashrons Maravene Dont let them go to your head' Ioan Starleaf leaves her hst of dlets to Rosle Sternbaugh It takes a lot of wrll power just ask Ioan Barbara Thomas promrses her knack for mterpretxng old Englxsh to lean Sadler and Sue Stanley Dont waste thxs most favorable of all endowments gurls Katherxne Van Lacke leaves her typmg abrlxty to Kathleen Kxng Youll be a great help to Slster Mary Iosephrne next year To Barbara Vander Voorde Pat Washburn wrlls her maps books and pxctures of Syracuse New York You lucky g1rl"' RoseMary Murphy falls herr to Verla Wxlhams farthtul box of Vrcks If you cant do anythmg else have a Vicks Mum Wurzer leaves her zeal iq Notre Dame to Mary Ann Herman Come now get busy and show your enthusxasm Wxtnesses Melvm Frxtz , - . . . . , - O fect, so don't lose the technique Clarisse has developed. ' P R 0 P HE C Y BELIEVE IT OH NOT Thxs ts a new Belxeve It or Not column brought to you through the courtesy of the Bango Iungle Products Although xt rs darxng and may be quxte unbelrevable rt was fun to wrrte Thrs column rs to prove that truth rs stranger than fxctxon After you read the outputs we belxeve you wont be able to forget xt for a long txme BELIEVE IT OR NOT Barbara Berry whose voxce rn the ltalxan Street Song thrxll d us all has gotten tnto an enttrely dxfferent d of work she has cornered the sxng mg comm rcral market Says Barb D U Z D U Z The former Mtss Margaret Mary Cahrll who years ago was a boarder at the Vrlla de Chantal a pn vate school for gxrls has just xnformed the mem bers of her famrly that she wtll enter the Vrsrtatxon Convent for the remamder of her days Is thxs poss1ble?'P Mxss Manlyn Callahan has completed her survey of sotl condrtlons and she maxntaxns that the sotl around Reynolds lllrnoxs rs the most fertrle rn the world The announcer of one of the top programs of the an Mrss Carol Clayton who was the ftrst to rntro duce an all purpose polxsh back rn 1949 rs now readmg the rather lengthy commercral for Click s Self Polrshmg Ltqurd Wax The entrre class attended a one man exhtbxtxon gtven by that famous artrst Mrss Bomfacrous four Bonnxel Coyle Mrss Coyle excels rn parntmg pxc tures that mean absolutely nothmg to her or to anybody else When questtoned as to her future plans Mtss Coyle revealed that she has a revolu txonary new rdea to parnt modern pxctures that mean something Dr M C Davrs the noted jungle surgeon about whom we have read so much recently has arded her xncurable patrents by feedxng them lrngo Ian Bongo Bongo Oxl The Pulxtzer Prxze Wmner Mrss Clarrsse De Poor ter has put out a book of xnterpretatrons contaxn mg such delxghtful ballads odes elegtes and poems as To a Coconut A Whtte Whrte Vxo let and a large number of other favontes The rap rap rap of the gavel resounds through the stately halls of the Supreme Court Burldrng Behrnd the large l1ght masstve whrte pme desk srts the one and only Supreme Court Iudge the femmxne Mtss Sophxa Doerr Mxss Patncra Lourse Dondanvxlle known for her famous fxve mtnute argyles rs now Dean of the Dondanvxlle Knrttxng College rn Purl and Knrt llh noxs M ss Iane Ellxott rs now tn New York wxth the Met ropolxtan Opera Company Her fame rs due how ever to her recent publxcatxon enhtled Ellxott s Elementary Etxquette Mrss Beverly Gunar famous Home Economxcs teacher recently returned from Europe where she gave several conferences Durmg all her tours Mtss Grmar managed somehow or other to pre pare her own lxttle delectable meals on a small portable stove she always had handy Professor Adele Grevas rs now teachxng French and Sctence at the Umversrty of Illxnoxs She ts an authority on both subjects for after graduating from St Mary s Notre Dame wrth nxne degrees to her credrt she was voted the most lrkely to suc ceed Emstem by such notable colleges as Har vard Yale and Prxnceton Miss Mary Ann Hall re elected mayor of Albu querque rs stxll more wrdely known for her rem forcement of safety drxvxng laws concernxng the blowxng of horns by the New Mexrco Indxans Mrss Ioyce Hxggtns was the only one of the class of 49 to make the gltttermg lxghts of Broadway Tlus red haxred grrl was known throughout the country as the New Strawberry blonde untrl she gave up her career rn the very herght of her star dom so as to become a tender of the srck at St Anthonys Hosprtal Rock Island lllrnors The fashron expert Mtss Mary Hostetler one of the Vxlla 49 graduates has declared that she ts the inoysferrous desxgner of that popular look Newer o Mrss Nancy Iverson the orl hetress has returned from her eleventh safarr to Afrrca Nancy says that the poem Txger Trger Burmng Brrght whxch she read mn semor Englxsh Class got her so xnterested rn Afrrca that she hasnt been able to stay away from rt stnce then Last Sunday the former lane Madden and her daughter were guest artrsts at Tn Cxty Symphony rn Davenport They presented several vxolxn duets whxch hterally brought down the house Mrss Pat McCarthy rs now marrxed to the presrdent of Bush Cough Drops Inc She admits however that she frrst fell rn love wxth hrs cough drops whxch she always used whtle readrng Latrn Mrss Rose Marte O Klock rs now wrxtrng monthly columns rn the new book on the news stands Is It Love or Is Someone Trckltng Your Heart wxth a Feather? Mxss OKlock has recerved her rdeas from a part she once played rn her semor year at the Vxlla de Chantal My that really was a romantxc part' Mrss Ieanne Pemrran was Mxss Mrchxgan of 60 Her specral talent whxch won her the txtle was her abxlxty to box one pound of Archres rn two seconds at' Mrss Ioan Starleaf who has accomplrshed the mcredxble feat of growing straws from oranges ln order to avotd an mconvemence to her week end guests IB now l1v1ng at her large estate which rs located a few mxles from her orange grove Iurcy Squlrt Mrss Barbara Thomas one of our youngest scxen tzsts has dtscovered the latest drug for protectton agarnst radro acttvxty results caused by the atom bomb ln Yokohama Mxss Katharme Van Laecke rs lxvrng the lxfe of R1 ley on her government pensxon She lust com pleted ten years of servrce rn the WAVES Yes Katy dxd have a certaxn weakness and fondness for the Navy Mrss Patrrcza Washburn famous sxght seexng mas ter of Syracuse New York has recently opened a hosprtal rn that ctty Mxss Washburn rs now the proud possessor of every college degree offered rn the fteld of nursxng Mtss Washburn recently stated What nursrng wont cure Syracuse wrlll The former Mtss Verla Lee Wxlltams remembers the delrghtful book Cheaper by the Dozen and rn her exclusrve tntervtew wrth one of our reporters she says It wont be long before I shall be able to say the same for myself because they do come cheaper by the dozen The famous actress Mxss Mlml Wurzer who was discovered by Cecrl B De Mrlle when she gave a repeat performance of Kate rn She Stoops to Con quer has left for a tour of forexgn capxtals She wrll grve a command performance before the Krng and Queen whxle rn London Miss Wurzer mam tams that her favonte role rs that of Kate and her favorrte hne Yes str the very rdenhcal tall squrntmg lady who wasnt worth your notrcel u u I . . :...- -I - -I.. 15. A I. u . I. . . . . . . . 16- U I ' D l ' 17. , ' . . . . ,. ' H ' ' 18. - - - ' ' . 1 I . l . I . ' ' 19. 1 . I I . 1 I . . . ' . ' - zo. 1 -- - - - ' , gle, Iunqle Syrup and rubbing them with Bongo, . . . . ', . ' . . . fl - ' . . . I 21. ' , ' I .' L . . .U ' 23. ' ' - ' ' ' ' '.. I I. I I I U , . I' 24. . . . ' Y - . - ' I I I I ' 25. . s 1 - ' I I I. I I . . - 26. 1 I s n u I X, Age X 95 ar 3 XXJCX X.-fQ J X N XX if CCD g,,.'-- fy C' X J xy Qjx K l-fig L J VN- I, ,ff Q, 5 KX! DX- A-X, A 'ViT'qW x GP' Haw.: Jfmms f F.,,T XiFJGQLv ,YN ,215 911 A K , 1 f Q g Q7 11 X if QD L Q C YR Y . FN J, Q K XV4' ' 1? v'L' lk-'y,g1x vimwf' A 0, 'bij via , W W P mf 9 , G , 1 'P K 'YC LTKIQ'k5 ff J,fCx, r.X,yx I. f X, f , fr xgff , bl "jf ffl rf , 1 . Q " ff gf Q ,,f , up Q gf wk X ,, jk! N WW x Yfx M V XX-421, VB M , W , X X L I ff 4 Sx K ' X f Q T"X Y wf W f X ' ' j P if X ff H 'mf I!! , M. Wolf, K. King, M. L. Billesback, I. Sadler, H. Larkin, M. Franke, C. Vogel. 1.095 :W B. Deters, C. Eckland R. Malay, S. Stanley, R. Murphy, S. Soderberg, M. L. Bladel. T Wheelcm M Murray A H OMalley B Vande Voorde D Ganakes M A Herman R Stembaugh Beneath thelr attractlve green and Whlle banner the Iunlors meet each day to work hard to play hard and to plan the best May Day and Iunmor Day ever Heres to the Iuniors, twenty-eight strong. N Blchter K Cnmmms M Levy I Fletcher M Berry M Nesseth P Warne 1' xx. P. Wo B- Dupfe. Uhxmeyet- t B. aecxefk- l' C. Euxoi . SOPI-IOMORE S 'iw B Guthrie Gowyka. eeder' X' ie. '53 1? .-if M. C Londegtdn' oxen f ' V n Xemmxa. R- Wh C Conrwfs' C' lohnfon' Our sister class, the sophomores, have worked and co-operated with us in every project. They helped promote the senior play and served as ushers on the nights it was presented. One of their main projects was a geometry contest in which they sought to create clever designs using geo- metrical figures, They have also helped to make the Aquinas Literary Society a smoothly-running organiza- tion and have handled their meetings very capably. These girls give every indication of being represen- tative of the school spirit, and we wish them the best of everything in the future. Neovms. cg 'Nuff-er' N. CCY Y. voqel' M, Bell . P. Laude r.'M'M ahf' C' Andys on A ,,I"'f'f'.txL 2 lk 4, ' -44"' -r HX K l Q G? ' 1-j+W"q if - - I' use ff all fri .aww illcme Dolores Mary Kay Flatley, Magdalena Lanoo Iane Nancy Goodel, Ann Richards Bernadette - ' SP ' ttxndn' I pqtnclc to H0 d n lanice RosFu:1St. Onge' Maw Ann Sxllrdno Nlcxrv Ccmenn Smith MGYY Bwgne RYCTL ter. Courtney gcta Hwfden' Etcn X Cmpenl me' Pat! Carla Langham! S11 Nom CarY Zcnne Merc Crane Stgdek Mari' we hmx , Arm SC fg- ette Su., Alien. alia-xoohev Q3 66744-va Q-"A "" Their names are numerousg their faces seem familiar, At the end of the day, they are still ' brisk and full ot pep. Are they from another F 1, ,. 'fi' planet? No, they are the members of the '49 i Freshmen Class, full of vim, vigor and vi- tality. - 1 '--ff' ' .T 6 5 'X 'x f Y X ,I f X' V A x ,' N . ,"- , rx. . Q' ' . X 4 A . f-Z X X fx X" , . ,fi X 4 xXx "iff X - 1 V Q A - X4 x Y ' ' fy N x Nj V 1 ki f f ' ,V X , I, e W 1 f ' f- , N lv ' -f ' 'v NX w .' ! 4 .x ff ,, ix, AV N -I X 'x AV . , x ' -- ' . N f x ' V N . , xx 1 - f- 1 , . , g 5 5 . I, V ' 'x ,f "X, ' . I J 44 ' ,," V g , , , ff? - " 3 , -, "A 4 L 'fix' X-If' ' ., 4 Rh A I , i 4 N il 1 L, , x A M f I v, i Q x. N pg' . 4 X W .I ,J N ' if ' ,,' . A 5 ,af X ,J '- - x , . -N , ,fn , V , ,-.X ,I , N 1 Q NX rx ' ff J ' I -' Txxy xx Xi, 'N f 1 , ' ,. N X N 'V E . 4 H .X V 1 . -' S ' X, Q . - ' . rf .f A Q h V ' 1 f 1 ff xy ,ff '. I, X. , v U Y I XA f . f ' Lf X J ' . - f .1 ,f I x flfzl' ,1 4, y I . N ff X H I f ' f V X n x X .i 1 . X h . ' , I I V XR R! I ,. f A-N K f , V ' ,C I 1 X- X 'f , V ,Xi f R ,. '--.SH-71, f . , . jf 1' 'N-X N---'xx XX! ,rf , 1 4,1 xx ' f 41 X X Q--0 Nth? QUEE E S W, 1 Maxx if 1' . f I 4 ,-V 1 fy 7 t ,, Nigmffgfik , N .1 1 I i :Isl sf W if 1 -Ms., , 5 v ,yn l I, L s g . -O4 L. 44 "Y Nu 6 1 A X R IQ" ' .A ,Tl . ,WP wk. .,, Z., X ' fin " X' 'QXAJ Q leaf Margaret Mary Cahill attended by Z Clarisse DePoorter, Ioyce Higgins, Rosemarie O'Klock, Mary Elizabeth Wurzer, Patricia Dondanville, Pa- , tricia McCarthy and little Dorothy ' 'Q h Ann Paridon. ""' 'Q as t 4 g it ' Hi V' 'aww J ' 'Wi pa-xgi 'V i i QI? l 1 ,lill ,M ff' 5 W .M '- ,,,, irq ,jg FULL if e Sodallty Blesse V1rg1n Ma y The Sodallty of the Blessed Virgin Mary was amazingly successful this year in ful filling 1ts two fold purpose of strengthening devotion to the Blessed Virgin and of taking part in the social activities of the school Under the able direction of our Moderator Mother Mary Dolores the Sodalists pre- sented a marshmallow roast sale of Christmas seals held a drive for Catholic Book Week and participated in filling the mite boxes to ransom many pagan babies. The traditional ceremonies of the Sodality were observed as usual including the reception of the new members at a very impressive ceremony on February llth. This successful year was concluded in May when our Preiect Clarisse DePoorte crowned the Blessed Virgin in the chapel. THE VILLA CRESCENT Editor-in-Chiei .,........ ,.,......... M ary Hostetler Assistant Editor ...,.......,.Y...Y,. ...w,. C larisse DePoorter Business Manager .........,......... A....,..... I oyce Higgins Assistant Business Manager .................,...... Carol Clayton Reporters-Nancy Iverson, Rose Marie O'Klock, Katherine Van Laecke, Mimi Wurzer. Stait Artist ..Y....,....,..............,.....,....w............... Bonita Coyle Assistants: Iane Elliott, Adele Grevas, Patricia Dondanville, Ioan Starleat. .rf Q 2722.1 Q . 4 iD X M 5 rv CID rj.-.. ,Z J J f 'N 41 and ffxg gm -L 534 I 0 if N I 2' GLEE CL 8 H0 U 6 UA O I? G H N I 7. H Tu O N DRAM, . s' fr 7' 044, ,Ns 0 G C ,4 QQRL UWC 1 4 e 9 , f X24 I1 f' if Q7 W? A,- X X ,X W7 FN a hu Pdmcl able Davxs PQQQY CG 1 Mails ne pemndfl Elholl lean 1011 lane C 5,01 CIOY STUDENT COUNCIL WHAT OUR STUDENT COUNCIL MEANS TO US We have reserved th1s small place for congratulahons to the prestdent of the Student Councxl Margaret Mary Cahlll and her able staff Yes they have done a good Job not only for the S1sters but for you the average glrls m the htgh school There are ttmes that you and I would have lxked to have contxnued talkmg alter that exght twenty bell tn the morn1ng It IS so much slmpler to skxp tnto the study hall and forget about gotng to l1ne up 1n an orderly manner But. there stand our guldes to keep us on the rxght paths We should traxn ourselves now under these able leaders to obey the rules 1n our school, so that we can eventually take our places as soltd, trust worthy c1t1zens Thank you glrls for your wonderful leadershxpl l 1 I ,. ,5 .fl is ' I .. ,JH , r X V .A i . , ' ,K ' ef 8 I , wg Q 1 I A 'Nz I A, - fi 3 A 75' H X51 V V ,f K I Q 5 " v-, Q f , " 4 3 f . xy I ' ' .1 5 " l 5 V I f. . I . X 1 'rx X . , ' x ff - f . . I ' I . - ' ' 1 I H H I I u 1 1 1 1 N . - . . 1. L Ngdvlhl l Goralkd M lohmon C Aqulnas Llterary SOCIGIY C Londegfan The Aqurnas Lxterary SOC16tY IS composed of the freshmen and sophomor 1 e c asses The meetrngs held once a month are conducted by Marllyn Iohnson presrdent assrsted by Ioanne Goralka o e an Colleen Londegran treasurer Spald1ng Llterary SOCl6lY B Coyl, P Washbu, Il I Elliott P Dondqnv H I The ch1ef oblectxve of the Spaldmg Lxter 9 ary Soc1ety 15 to help foster a o t ppreclatron of u standmg current books and to further a greater unxty between the two upper classes !H+?L: V V . ' u ' cv Q - 2 1 4 I .wg ' , vice president, Pat W lf , secretary. d , . 1 .7 'V I ' . 5 I . I Q 1 I I ' lx ,f ,lf N4 f. Q e SENIOR PLAY SCENES FROM xxSHE di' iq Akin. 4fqw2 ,55, A , , ,H W STOOPS CONQUERH ,..-1-' W N Q 5 xx v vu ,, 2 -. 1 xx J 4 OUR SEN XOR TEA Som e ok our guests with our hosress. November 7.0. remem- '14 5,251 ,rp Ai Saturday. ' X-Nays be ' 49 as WAX ci dass oi was X949-. bered by the their Senior Tea. The 'Yea ' Xovebf H. C. Wur- HX hve. heXd rn the home 'srom two un the Christ- zer The sWXe show. the charming host- eciatkve mas booths. esses and the guests CM heXped tea periect. appr to make the "-2, 5 Q, e Xu.. C. Wurzer, our hoske rs Henry M . pours. More oi our guesis. bfi ur entine Oueen Her Aitendan r Penifmn' ex Davis, Rgndoxph. Mdfisab mon. MGH Card CXGY Two of Our Musicians. Blanche deClerk, Roscline Whalen. A Game of Bridge. d MGICYX - Our Gwn JUNIOR SENIOR GLEE CLUB fl QA ' 3 4 LJ, A '54 .if A H4 - - 'K ' ? -7 J S7 , '7 " I 'L' ,V V Y 54 xx . 'V , 154+-..,, f-qigk PHE SHMEN BALLET ENSEMB The Home Ec Group, 5 6 .59 5 Iuriior Class Officers preparing Our speech teacher Miss Audrey A. McGregor lor Halloween party. Ready for play day, 1 2 GIRL SCOUTS L to R-Ann Figge, Suzanne Acuff, Patricia Todd, Mary Normayle, Carol Golofsky, Iane Vande Brande, Carol Knight. Sodali S. ardian Angel IY Q EY Susan McCarthy, Mary McCarthy, Ann Gallagher, Patricia Tapayne, Ann Figge r in l E t l 2 .- f,,,x. Kumi aeg- wwi ww if if 2 "Standing beside our noble presidents All of these ladies were White House residents In Frame: Carla Marie Hanson, impersonating Miss Harriet Lane, the niece of the bachelor, Iames Buchanan. She was educated at Georgetown Visitation. On left of Frame: seated left to right: Margaret Mary Weingart ...,..,...,. Lucy Hayes On the right of Frame: seated left to right: Barbara Thayer ......,,,,,...,.,,,....,i.,, Ellen Arthur Mary Alice Riley ,........,....., Caroline Harrison Peggy Billesbach ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,,... Edith Roosevelt Margo Osland .,,. ...,, , ., ,,.Edith Galt Wilson Ioanne Miller ..,,,.,, ....,....... G race Coolidge Carol Knight ,,.,,, ,.,.,,,. E leanor Roosevelt Standing: Carol Lee Golofsky ,,,,,,,. ...,.., A bigail Adams Nancy Flynn ,.,.......... ........ D Olly Madison Carol Freese ..,.,,............ ..,..... L ouise Adams Connie Carpenter ,rr...,...,.. ..,....,.. S arah Polk Connie VanderVennet .............. Eliza Iohnson Georgeanna Corey ,.,,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, lane Pierce Harriet Donahue ,...,,.,,,,,,,...,.,...... Bess Truman Mary McCarthy ..,...,.. .............. H elen Taft IoAnne Conda .,,,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I da McKinley Nancy Grams ,,,.,,.. , ,,,, Francis Cleveland Anne Gallagher ..,.,,. ,,,, ,,,Lucretia Garfield Marilyn Stickel ,,..,,,,, ....,........., I ulia Grant Marlene Neth ,....,t,, ,,.,,,,,,.,, M ary Todd Betty Keeley .,,,,,,, , , .,Margaret Taylor Sally Sohner ....... ,,.,.,,..... L ou Hoover Angela Bulins ........r,, .,............... I ulia Tyler Susanne Acutf .,,..,.............. Elizabeth Monroe Mary Kay Normoyleu. ,..,.,,, Martha Iefferson Announcer: Susan McCarthy Chorus, left to right: lane Vande Brande, Charlene Martell, IoAnn Forte, Mary C. Smith, Anne Figge, Vee Ilean Nielsen, Marjorie Malmstead. SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES This year has been an active one for the Seventh and Eight grades. In September, Anne Gallegar was elected president of the Guardian Angel Sodality. The Christrnas Program was a grand success and the play, "The Magi's Gift" was entirely different from any given before. The cake walk given in Ianuary for the Negro Missions started the New Year most successfully and the one held in March contributed to our splendid "Starving European's" check. -f' ig.. ?"'un-- Q1-sq Pgiw' ,- XJ 'XS'-Q kgkxsvy 'sw N" , vi . A ir' l ' V 1,,?2,fws ' 4163 L ' 'fur-si. , , e R, - -. . , 'fgwif- M' f Y ' New , 6' f ,, , Y r r f 'iiwym THE FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES This year, as always, the fifth and sixth grades have ably shown their musical abilities by singing the carols for the Christmas Play. The race tor pagan babies was a lively contest with each grade trying to ransom more than the other grade. Their mission-mindedness was also evident in their zeal for selling the Holy Childhood Christmas seals. Every spare penny went to this worthy cause! We know, too, that these young misses are also fine students. If you have any doubts just ask Sister Mary Ieanne, their class teacher. First row and around to right Patricia Kelly, Genevieve Zeh, Ruth Levy, Iacqueline Brotman, Barbara Buckwalter, Marilyn Flynn, Ioan Stewart, Barbara Lau, Audrey Cenedella, Challen Zeigler, Ann Meagher, Diana Brawner, Phyllis Deters, Su- san Greenleaf, Mary Charlotte Steckel, Emily Diehl, Iesalyn Iones, Pamela Durr, Kay Dilley, Sharon Cook, Iean Lau. Second row Nancy Duyvejonck, Mary Ellen Duffy, Mary Lynn Snodgrass, Iudy Crist, Barbara Downing, Sally Hargrave. Third row Gloria Ewing, Karen Sternberg, Sue Neavins, Ioan Rudy, Victoria Grevas, Marena Iannes, Marion McCormick, Helen Tsakanikas, Sheila Lawson, Carol Olson, Freida Wolf. W fl ,bn 'w. ffm . 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SECOND GRADE These ambitious youngsters who have shown their skill in reading, writing and arith- metic, study hard throughout the school year. But their time is not entirely spent in work. They have holiday parties, and their sparkling enthusiasm and willingness to help marks this year's Second Graders as girls with the true Villa spirit. 4 X 4- 1- Y l ! "WN, FIRST GRADEBS Here are our little first graders, with their bright eyes and neatly combed hair. All are very busy learning the elements of reading and arithmetic. We will all be waiting to see the class of l96l grow up through the years, "Good luck to our little misses!" Front row, L. to R.: Susan Romeo, Patsy Durr, Dee Louise Ashmore, Ginnie Dee Nierengarten, Lally Lee Es- sex, Vickie Horak, Carol Kraitmeyer, Diane Garrison, Iudy Corey, Marsha Peterson, Anne Costigan. Znd row, L. to R4 Vicki Armour, Sharron Karzin, Sharon Sonneville, Iean Aubrey, Sandra Plunkett, Carol Ann Ohl, Mary Iean Traeger, Betsy Staack. 3rd row, L, to R.: Mardell Peterson, Kathy Doll, Marlee lean Fitch, Colleen Martin, Sybil VanderBeke, Casey Smith, Toni Carpenter. Back row, L. to R.: Linda Lee Martin, Mary Io Galligan, Vaughne Sullivan, Ann French. t f' Ol' it-1 I il' Q -nd? Z?qJ. ml f'+"W' xx P"- 5 It KINDEBGARTEN Although the Kmdergarten has the smallest ch1ldren ln the school they are by no means the least unportant Whatever pro1ect IS laxd before them they put forth thexr best efforts and co operate to the best of thexr ab1l1ty We re certaxnly proud of our kmdergarteners who won the red feather thls year 1n the grade school for contrlb utmg the most money to the Commumty Chest Dnve' be '91 in 'Wil 0 lv' SEDTENEER un! '7 OO E7 September 7 September 9 September 14 September September September 25 October 1 October 17 October Z2 October 27 October 29 November 3 CHEQNICLE Frrst day of school What a Joy xt IS to be a Semor' Electrons for Student Councrl were held Peggy Cahrll Presrdent We celebrated Mother Dolores Feast Day wrth a program rn the mornrng and a get acquarnted tea rn the lrbrary rn the afternoon Several of the Semors rose very early to see Presldent Truman when hrs tram came through Rock Island The Iunror and Semor classes went downtown to Spencer Square to hear Governor Thomas E Dewey s campargn speech The Semors rnrtrated the Iumors rnto Spaldmg We donned our umforms for the next erght months We closed Forty Hours wrth the veneratlon of the rel1c of Sarnt Margaret Mary Our Balloon Dance was held at Duck Creek The Iunrors had thelr annual Hallowe en party rn the gym The Spaldrng Lrterary Socrety held rts frrst meetmg th1s year lWho says Nursery Rhrmes are 1ust for lrttle ch1ldren7l The Hrstory classes staged a mock electron overseen Ny A 1 1? CD2 ,lf is lk 'BRNUQIQY November 6 November 9 November 14 November 19 November 2 U November 23 November 29 November 30 December 8 December 14 December 18 December 20 December 21 December 22 Ianuary 5 Ianuary 10 Ianuary 25 Ianuary 29 The Iunrors and Semors all went to Patty Dondanvrlle s for dlnner Mansabel had a brrthday party for the class rn the cafeterra tWe all enloyed ourselves very much l Some of us attended a delrghttul tea at Mercy Hosprtal The Home Economrcs class made rolls and coffee cakes for the Semor Tea The annual Semor Tea was held at the Wurzer s home rn Betten dorf It was all very delrghtful In honor of St Cecrlra a program was grven Thanksgrvrng vacatron ended Today we also had try outs for the Semor Play She Stoops to Conquer Today was Mary Hostetler s brrthday and we all went to her de lrghtful party after school We had today oft as rt IS a Holy Day ol Oblrgatron The annual Chrlstmas Tea was held rn the lrbrary Some of the Semors went mto Chrcago to see the movre Hamlet featurrng Laurence Ol1v1er Today the Aqurnas Lrterary Lrterary Socrety presented a very rnterestrng program rn the study hall for the entrre hrgh school The lovely Chrrstmas Play was held rn the audrtorrum Chrxstrnas vacatlon began Back to school after a wonderful Chrrstmas vacatlon We had no school because of bad weather though we Semors had play practrce Semester exams started Feast Day ol St Francrs de Sales and also a holrday X , J A . 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MARCH r' an-J g! 04229, Xt -7 f NAV 1 F gy JW I ff" Q Q1 February 6 February 8 February 10 February 14 February 1 7 February 20 February 21 February 22 March 2 March 8 March 10 March 24 March 27 March 28 Apnl 1 Aprrl 5 Aprll 12 April 18 May 7 May 12 May 20 May 22 May 26 11119 'Line une 11119 Patty Washburn 1nv1ted the Semor class to clxnner at her home tWe really had the mcest t1me l Mrss McGregor had the Semor class over rn the evenlng for a llttle get together Today the Semors went to Adele Grevas s brrthday surprxse party Our Valentxne Party Ieanne made a lovely queen We were honored to have Father Albert Basll from London England talk on cross pllgnmages ln England Frrst performance of She Stoops to Conquer was presented The second cast gave the last performance of She Stoops to Conquer We al o went to Ioan Starleal s for a class slumber party The Semors had a hollday so we all went to Davenport to see Ioan of Arc The hrgh school voted for May Queen Peggy Cahrll rs the lovely lady M1ss1on Day was enjoyed by all Dons Brxggs of Ch1CGg0 presented us wlth a very f1ne harp recrtal Engltsh test over the whole Romantrc Movement The last day of our wonderful retreat under Father Sterk Mother Dolores and Sister Mary Iosephxne are attendrng the Catholxc Secondary School and North Central Assoclatlon meet 1ngs The Spaldmg program conslsted of a dlscusslon of Mary Wake held Seven Storey Mountam and D1nner at Antolne s The glrls were measured for thelr new school umforms Easter vacatxon began Srster Mary Bemgna and Sxster Mary Edward celebrated thelr S1lverIub1lees Congratulatlonsl Cxnderella Ball at the Blackhawk We had a marvelous t1me Sodallty Coronatxon of the Blessed Vlrgm Mary Home Economxc g1r1s seem to be kept qurte busy makmg cookles and other speclaltres for May Day May Day Congratulatxons Iumors We have begun to hear the stratns of Holy Holy Holy and lt remmds us that Graduatxon Day w1ll soon be here Exams begxn The Semor Recxtal was marvelous Iunxor Day What a wonderful t1me we had The second Semor Recxtal was held today Our Graduatxon Day L' w 1... 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