Villa Madonna Academy - Ros Maris Yearbook (Villa Hills, KY)

 - Class of 1944

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Twenty years is but a moment in the great span of time, but for youth it is a long, long period, nearly a quarter of a century. It has been long enough, at least, for even the name Ros Maris to be- come traditional rather than significant, until today even those who love her most have but a vague idea of the symbolism, the beauty that the title stood for in the minds of those who chose it. Hence it is that we reprint in Ros Maris, '44, the Foreword that appeared in Ros Maris, '24. Ros Maris - Dew of the Sea, Bearer of Memories dear. Laden with fragrance of radiant past, And glowing with promise of future bright. Go forth on your mission of love. May your sparkling iridescent drops Scatter sunshine everywhere And flood each weary spirit With the joy of what has been And what is yet to be. Awaken in hearts grown old The echoes of a care-free youth, Echoes of love, of hope, of faith, Of confidence in God, and trust in humanity. Go forth in all courageousness And guard our every way. Keep our hearts forever refreshed, Idealistic, young, unwithered, And ever and always, little book, Keep untarnished the Mirror of Memory. Ros Maris -- Dew of the Sea. CECILIA HENNESSEY. '24 ,, ,,,,, -wr ,,,,,,,,, W1-..-inf.. . W.:,....,...-..-,... , Y , W T: - ,,,- y unnlnufrmwnmf , Entrance .,..,, .- I ,.-My f-M. . -. -vi?-f,f,M.w-,...1,w..-..,--r. .W-,.f,,,... T-.Q-:..,-M., ,ww .-,..,L ..-,A . . ...,,,-.-. .W - M- -,V-W, .q,.,, ,MM , -,,,.,,.,, ,-,,.,,,.,...,,..,,., . Q .1 A . ,..fMw-J.. y Pagv two 53 PWS if . l J . ' ,, ,...tt.N. 'nfs re. ., . -sv' e' - ..- f. nrffi- 'YIV -' E' 'W-' 1- HV" 1"-N"3-"'5"" . W - we6.gx.1:.+-g f .1 . ,M-...v -1...,e. 2-fr t ,f-f-ggi. 5,-1 f' iiqygia, ::,5'fe,tL ,, -- .-' ""f.41-H-Z2-'..'A'f ' 'V' . " A ' .-A -.rl .' 1 'ar- . 1- - " '1..,v.e,--- ,. 5- .-- "'."7T 'J-v ,5:f5S'.w- fx, Tw H. , at 1- ps' 4 - ., .-.'-'1.- .'-.--- 2 ' . . "', r.Qf '- 'if'Q!r,-'-."-' 'A 1 -75 "Q 'fi A , ' 5' -rg, Q- :H 11:1 1 ' . nj " f...-ff,:'..'.' , f '- -'- ,1 5 '. 5 A. 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'KY 1 1 ' - -- 1 1 , Foreword 1' We, the Seniors of Villa Madonna, together with the Seniors in all the graduating' classes of 1944,.as5,Qgi',tizgf1sgQand future leaders - ofi America, face an appalling problehiif ,'i, thd??fgigbjggg.of. Q. for ourselves and for those who 'come aftegxnus a 'better wfiildi 1 in which to live. We face it 'withfa certain ireluctance, not fear: rather a 'longing to remain .for af-little whileas carefree students iof'the Villa. i Through this Anhaal, Ros M aris, we have tried to 1 capture those thingsfbig,fah'd'l'ittle, that make a happy school life. Irfr the troubled days to come,.this volume iwill be a reminder, not only of the pleasant happenings of days gone by, but also'of the Benedictine motto, instilled into us by our teachers, "Work and pray": and We Will work harder and pray longer.'QThat in,all things God may -be glorified." " ' .V " ' 1 , Q .pil ,-..:.. -,. . q.: -.'n , ':w '- si ':, :S iv R l in 5... ' .. 1-.4 Ng. i. ri., -.'. . .. ' '.l. 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Fw- pgifl-e ' .uhcfa-...Y . -1 Y. 1 1- ,,. 1-:'-1 Villa Madonna Academy ' 'X s m:'usT:..f:1f:5m ncixvrf Urfrhsvxrmlaw' 1 9 , i ' 3 ir is vi' if ir To the gallant men and noble Women in the service of our country. and especially to the fathers a nd brothers, sons and husbands, of all our Villa girls past and present, We dedi- cate this volume of ROS MARIS -k Dolores Jeanne Bczllman J':1ml hw' frm!! is fzllui LUII7 :flux Wzlh uourvg, ronmnlu l77Il?.NII4'l.XIl',H my. witty. and dimuming, A sparklung ilds, mug huts. movw stars. IIM A tkflllllt' llnxr tor cicvgnlng C,h1f .xml mocicrn 1 5 x smllv and .1 trlcmily word lu .111 lxnows he-1' WL Rosemarie Conway lmmfurl LUUII of Llwp 41441151771- lmmuv um! L1L'lHJl741ll'.H l',l1m'n11l, l'l1ll oi psp and originality. Randy with symp.1Ihv and .aid on dcnmnd, As, an ,vxSiSIAI'll is .m Answer to an cdixox-'s prayer. Purim' nm ull! 5 JS Ii my J Q E' 5 I A nm, Byrne Hclrwood XI mmm! wmv um! Ll Imzulu x11IHII!v'4 uw lu xpmk Iwul quirk lu acl. IDYILIIIIM .1 AIIVNIIIUL. .X suuml g1u11v1.1Im11 j1l.ltILl.lIt IXIIHLIIIII ul Iwr 1'cspunsiI1iIilV lu I.1miIv wlI1 px'cuIvwsxmwr' .md Sllkxt'5NUl. IIIIIIN ml mlmllxlluxs .HMI Lummun sunxr IIITKIUI' An .ut ni IIIII.! mmIcz:vxIx' 4. .. ..,.-, QL., M W I ffuzul Ifmlnv. 11 lun' LLMII Illwwlf um: .X . M uzrthe Sue Henslee lmmz lin' ,NDIIII lfml I!LI'I'lI,x lmazn, X xml! .mswcr IIIIUUIII , . Quicl. LIILINNUITI my I ml nm shy. .N v.umI vxpvrncmm' nn mwIs lI1.xl Imx ILIUPIIX' CKIIIIIIILIIULI III Im X1II.1 II.1Vs DcIlIwr.xlv I uy.1I ,md llI1NYVK'IYlIlg IH I mumlslupx :X PAIIVIWI Iixlvm-1 A gmwi r.uIv IH' XL'L'm'I7 e 1. ., run 1 1: w Sara Elizabeth Hunsaker "Yet . . . held she her solemn mirth And intellectual throne." Selffreliant, industrious, ambitious. Striking in appearance. Precise in speech. Dramatic talent and scholastic skill. Thinks twice be- fore she speaks. We love our Betty. at 3? . I. . , ici.-ff" A s . -V f hy' l ' K what J .5 .4 .t J.--' , ' . .11 , Eff' . milf? ' 'li' -Hi he ' l- " ' 4 X ie' ' J tml: n .Gr wr-A.. Q.-vwzvv a 2. lt lf M... 3 WM. Rose Marie Hurley "Her smile was prodigal of summery shine, Gayly persistent -- like a morn in June." Amiable. versatile, and even-tempered despite appearances. A friendly. gay smile. An un- worried mien. Artistic first: then scholastic. A friend to be cherished. Page eight V -,,,u if .-'er ..M.,...iT , .xx . K. 1. '5 S "f 9' I i ,f , xv ,y sl, f' X , . i Vz'rgz'nz'a Ann M cDanz'el "Shadow of annoyance Never came near thee." Merry enthusiasm. Quick resourcefulncss. Evokes laughter and cooperation with her merry antics. Our official gloom chaser. Busi- ness Manager of Ros Maris par excellence. A Mission devotee. Page nine Virginia Ann M cCormdck "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." Petite, oleasant, patient. Witlx a twinkling eye and a happy smile she enters your heart. A spoiled little sister but lovable. - . . , .,.. , .,., , ,Ak V ' 'ZX 'Q ,. - 'J t P "tai-- .f 4-V,-.1 .re-qt, fat 1 - ,.a v'g1,g " ll Ns. 7 , i ,gina Mary Geraldine Mayleben ' In IIJU law I .wr l'l7u rump ul lwmw. ItL1If7. um! Immlfuf A rxnyung Lxuglw. Ax sunnv n.xIuru. :XIAfqIlL'liL pmvur in xvinniugg lrirmls. I'upL1l.xr. pumxi .llltf QWINIXIVIII luxcs In lu' xxcll CllL'NSk'Ii I ov.1!lx' l1mlmk.nlwlc A dcpuml.1lvlc tricmi 2 Jocm Frances Plunkell lf71'lL' 1.x L1 Luwrlal ul' It'I'IdL'1I74'hS, Lwlllm lh 4' f7ulx!l7r1l7l ,Sl.L'l'A'IV7l'.N.S uf UHUI' L'mlm." Ilcpcmhlulc, wixu umiaunlud by lhm!lIlliUS A fum! lwrm student oi thc Villa. IVIUSICAI. .mfi spicnliln. Clcnllc. good ndlurcd, cool l1c.uh'd. ,Xu cxccllvnl I,l'k'tL'Cl, A Cnwxblc cdilor of R-1.x Alllllk. Pugv Im J Jo Ann Louise I I'l'C6 K :mum-I ff! ,xuwwi um! LL'l1Ll rmuimum ffm! puxsm wuz' slzzll In 4f4'fll?A'. Unk lllrlctivu. x'ix'.uiul1x. I,.15.gu im .xdwn Iurv Xt humv lwfurr the pianu on lin' lmcku ilclni or on .1 Lhnfc Hour A much ul spin' .l!1Cil'Yk'fVlhi1lQ nifc PUMA' ,L- Mury Jcmc Popken .Xfzumf wzlh mu in 1.x Ihr lwzzrniluxs sm. . wwlw, Sirwcvw .xml diligivnl. Ciomcirlmlimls .xml lI'll5lXVOI'IllY. XY1lh hrr Nl1UIll.lI1K'Oll3 Lllljlhlkxl' .md gvnml mnnnrr xhc 1 uinx lxicmix .md lwvp IIICIH Mary Margaret Ross "A music as of household songs Was in her voice of sweetness," Mischievous to impishness, but earnest on oc- casions. Carries sunshine with her. Loves music. and others love her voice, Hopes to sign herself R.N. some day. 1... V .,. 1-fm-ws-.:4.f..s.....a-...M-.-..w wtf..-W-m.h.f..-am,--..,.. at f .M M,q,.u. , ,. ,, A ,.... , ,,,,,,, "H-we-Q Joan Pat Spille "Her mirth the world required: She bathed it in smiles of glee." Clever, impetuous. capable. Loves responsi- bilities such as younger sisters and Class Presi- clencies. Claims credit for the new ideas of her class. Art Editor of Ros Maris. Page I wel ue new Jeanne Claire Vehr "She could wield a tennis racquet best of all her clever comradesg She was expert with a mashie, and in hockey was a star." Generous and forthright. Capable and con- genial. Sports, Sodality, and studies leave her few idle moments. Peddles pamphlets assiduously. Page thirteen Aida Valerio "Punctilious, self-forgetful, and sincere, She never does a fellow-creature harm." Dark, expressive eyes, and an air of shyness lend fascination to a sweet disposition. Quiet but enjoys lively friends. Ever responsive Lo the needs of others. ,.., ' new P 1 x, EN .' v it -9 -9 ,I.J'v:'fgi7 ' -V we l ggi i '. ,iff 't , ,.,, l., pk fi? , in - , Q' .J ill " .saut- ge -gg 7 in yd E 4 I. Crusades always for tiiir plriv A lrolicso Ruth Helen Wz'Ide ' There was fest and uladriess in her, heiilllr 5 i and lriroifuniu of spirit. ll'i1h ll L'hLll'I77lV7gJ hz! of slumexx and of i mculdenlu rexlrumlf' KS ls 5 .,, -ms K 4 2 Flllll l.ill1e, athletic, resourceful, .X iv uie.1l outdoor ,l girl lvul equally .ll home in llie cliissroom HIL' vivaeious. .ill-round girl ,...-. .-.N ,....,,,,,,Y -n V, 1 ,Q . f S if V l i I l s l . ' 1 ,- E Helen fheresa Vlfoods l l . I fl louelil being HLU!'lUll,f formed 411' moizlilifd l ,fl rose with all :lx .siux-elesr Ir-:lui-f, ur-t l llI7fii1fcli'J.' liven tempered, sunny, .ind gracious A merry' 5 laugh and .1 twinkling eye lwlmy her Celtic l heart loves liome, the N.xvy. .md .ill licr friends Page f4JLlI'f4't'I'7 .4 :ff .lw1j,,:,1wfq,f - ,. .,N rw. , R- '- 3.724 2: Yf an-2 , 2 ., fy-w. .,, . If 'I- wy, . '. x .X . ii, -f F' A4 np.. f .ir .4 Thou shalt with' Q, '- ,r , , w v Q , 16' fy --1 1, A 4 4 1 , I F ' we K , - L xv Q m' .Avi . , -. x44 Then Z , ...... "fl H, ' - -x .G .. , if SE' 535' 'ff 2 X, . 1 A 'if W -2 my 51 5,24 .ll Ii ,sxmmwswvmf N: same and When she was a wee little tot To the Villa Dolores was brought. She took part in each game, And she won acclaim. ' All teams her ability sought. PAULINE NOLAN, '45 Three cheers for the lassie named "Woo," Who glided out in a canoe: But while she was sailing, Alas, she had to start bailing. Two leaks had sprung anew. PAULINE NOLAN, '45 There once was a girl with brown tresses, Who was always creating new dresses, , And how she did sing, . 4 Over her silver wings. A Did Geraldine, the girl with the dresses. RUTH SCHEPER, '45 Rosemarie's a sweet girl from Kentucky, All the young men say she is plucky. She laughs at their jokes, With straws sips their cokes, No one else is so all around lucky. PAULINE NOLAN, '45 A new Senior is Betty so tall, Who has all the wisdom of Saul. Her voice is so deep That everyone she meets Says, "My, what a West Virginia drawlf' ROSE MARIE QUAING, '45 When our Jodie sits down to play, Our cares are whisked far away. She has an art! It goes right to our heart. We wish we could listen all day. MARY IRENE BERTKE, '45 Ruth took a wild ride on a horse. It galloped all over the course. She whipped and she called Till the old nag stalled, But her throat is still a bit hoarse. NANCY O'CONNELL, '45 Though Ginny is little and thin, Up the field she ran to win. She was determined, For the goal she was yearning. Then up,flew the puck and rolled in. ' PAULINE NOLAN, '45 We know a young girl named Ginny, She was neither too fat nor too skinny Till she had played hockey 1 On a field that was rocky: Then we saw the "finis" of Ginny. PAULINE NOLAN, '45 -9 OW A blue-grass child is M. J. She meets all thestandards, we say, So graceful and tall, She's the belle of the Ball. And never, oh never, does she sit on the wall. PAULINE NOLAN, '45 I know a young girl named Anne Byrne, Who thought Latin was so hard to learn. But she did not know It is also my woe: So from now on, together we squirm. ANNE DRESSMAN, '45 There is a girl, Marthe Sue, Who has beautiful eyes of blue: But. oh, how she drawls, Her voice, it just crawls. To speak takes an hour or two. ROSE MARIE QUAING, '45 There once was a Senior named Joan, To whom I am writing this poem. She really could play A violin the right way. Her talent is quite widely known. MARY IRENE BERTKE, '45 When Sudsy was asked in a test Why she could say French prayers the best, She said, with a bow, That right up to now She'd just "murmur'd along with the rest." ANNE DRESSMAN, '45 There was a young girl named Jeanne Claire, Who had the most gorgeous black hair. She washed it with Drene To give it its sheen. No wonder that she was so fair. JEANNE REESE, '45 When Aida sits down to her dinner, All her thoughts are on trying to get thinner. She doesn't eat bread. " 'Tis fattening," she has read, And potatoes won't make her a winner. PAULINE NOLAN, '45 We have a Senior, our Pat, Who worries about being too fat. She says she should diet. We say, "Don't dare try it. We like you the weight you are AT." RosE MARIE QUAING, '45 Did you ever meet sweet Rose Marie, VV hose red hair all the girls love to see? It proved to be true That the boys loved it, too. How I wish those red locks were on me! ANNE DRESSQMAN, '45 Page seventeen . B s W. '-:fmmnwfia ' n .L .3llm.:.rnmmun'mm,-zvrriimn .yf .i..5.I,sI-:I . II .II . .. - I.t,1III,-I VZ" -' ' - an n 8- dw'-.ILA I W. . ., . -'4-Lf5'gg,w. .-zifiri. f T E- If ' 'H'-:a?'1'f,i.K.Z::'5 'zgftr' js --, .-- aj .f1.y.Y.I-' A 5:4 . : ..I . Wy 45I.,' -,-:I ' 1:1 , ' , I QNX 1' -."'Ff ' ,nfs . 1, J 1 "x " -' . . lu.. 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I Examination Sways to Glenn Miller Tommy Dorsey Carlton Hoch Glenn Miller Charlie Spivak Harry James Glenn Miller Jimmy Dorsey Glenn Miller Glenn Miner Tommy Dorsey Glenn Miller Jimmy Dorsey Glenn Miller Glenn Miller 1. KI.. I ,. Glenn, -Miller - , . . fciefin frvijueg -J ' S woons to Dick Haymes Bing Crosby Eileen Farrell Bob Eberle Tex Beneke Bing Crosby Norb Rechtin- Donna Day Frank Sinatra Johnny Desmond Conrad Tibault Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra Dick Haymes V u,. Dickilflaymes I i Loves Sweep ofiltheu riyer past the'Villa 'J I Taillight-at"the Vina . . .ww . Nightly cokes Sunday afternoons Swimming pool First Freshman Prom 9:45 Study Hours Dancing in the "Rec" 3:15 bell Retreats Bus rides to and from school Fridays after the noon bell rings Week ends Sunday afternoons The mail-line 'V ' Gyffi pefiads ' ' Morning chats, i ' 'f I , I. I . W ' V p, s V., 3. A '.':5z'?' ' ' V ' '. Win Miss Mos: -' I v . . v' lj? Lying on her bed, listen- inglto the radio Fumbling for her hat on the bus Sleeping till 10:30 on Saturdays I Saturday nights My lovely bed The last retreat S. S. C. meetings Afternoons of ad-hunting Caroling at Christmas time The Villa itself Tuesdays after school Our over-crowded closet Mass in the morning -1 ' .af -. y 'A f :M .,??. ,.4,.. sf- ' 5:-.. .. f ' ui-- , ., .II --,If 45 .- ..--..-.,-t l. ".Q5', ,,I. .e Drearris 'af ailing iirifiive dssifreffiif' '- jfe'l'-ix . , -5113 First giradeliieacher I . I I II I.: II.. I . Dramatic critiq. - Southern belle Author Industrial designer Blissful bride Cadet nurse Stewardess Research chemist L -, Psychologist E?13?f9'44ini161'.i YZ ' I., . . l . . 1 . . .- :sf - sk -1 . - '- 2, if .-, 1 ', .. W ,. .W . .-JBA-' 4 1 vi' II.. g- -. 'ze I4 . .Q-5 imp! .-Q! 55 ' his 4 'Yi Y an .fmt 'f' S-. 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A .K , JM' J ' 5. .r' fi-1' ., Q '1f:,f,:, , " 7 ' - 1,4 4 , , ee -The1r1fSecre:t Wfea.pons ., c. ,..,,l.-f fy? J " ' , . , ,, T' ,,.'-' '41 - '. - I' .14 V..-fx 1 I 41 ,jfifliine Byrne ,Harwoodf:..'..... .A.,.A. .A.,..,..,...,A. 1 .1 ....,A, ...Frankness iii!! ,gzffgjiida Valerio .V,.,.. ..,....,. .... .A.,..A........ . ....,A ,lfpinvdness 5 'V ,2.2ffri:Y'Dolores Ballman 55.531 Confusin but amusing answers f" ' 5 "f"f'f' .A...A..,.. 11-,."Sales talk J.,., ., . ,-s J. '.i'.f v ' P I , Virginia 'McQanieI . .......... ......,,,..,.... . .., ...J ff .,,. SQUtlI2l':di.'C1fJ3.II'I1 Marthe S-uelilienslee' .... i-gi 575-'ggigiff JO' Anfpyigg.. ,,A4 ,,,,f,-, ...' Q .':.Q " ..i..,.... 1 .i., Telephone uf Riiiergarig Gonwa-y' . .... ' Lj: 4..1 ,.', ,271 ,,,, QL... Endless chatter -Q ,R11s'eflX?'l'5iiegHur1ey ..... .:,,-5, .,,. fl' .... .Thrlse auburn locks I Aii.. ji'f.:lr., ' A' ','. ' ...ffwelve sleep f,',.Q,fg3fQjRqgh,, '-'Aex,.T,15f,5, ....,.,. 1,.,..-.,1.l ','. ' ignity , 'Betty Huiiisakeir3fff:f:f....g,W - .,....,.iii.i . ..., Eersonalirylgsmilen Mary- Magaret Ross- i.., V..,',1Not5knov5fingfwliat it'S Bllfabout Marygllarie Popken ,'-12,5 gk .....,.... T f'+..1..'.51Dimples Heleril Woods ....,. .,.4...............,, 7 f11....Zi '... ',5,,,..:,...Freckles. 5:1 Joan'Plu2i1kett ...,.,.i. ...I'll haQf2t6'practice" Jeannejfgfflaire Vehr . .i.... home" .x I ' " 12"-f Geraidiiie Mayleben ..,..Good nature '."- 7?-.1-ggrggi A ,,-4 ' Virginia McCormack .,.A Q .4,, '31, i.......- HQ., ...,,.. Irish eyes gf I ,1"' I .HF 55 'II ll Remember i shall I most fondly remember of the Villa? Why! that would take -jollglnes. Every time I think of leaving the Villa, memories, young and old, ,gh staff crowding, pushing up, and before I know it I'm off into another dream fi. a glassy stare and a complete unawareness of what's going on around me. H' ,qffjz-' -I ink of my reaction to spring's first signs, usually a redbird raucously calling IQQQQQZ -fazizff .ff affoss the crisp air: of the Babel-like tower of fog no longer in fashion since the , IfQf5'f3,- sins here: of the new grass smugly proving that it is long enough to produce a U 11" izfppling eifect with the aid of a breeze. With a rueful smile shall I remember ' g!-,:- gif ,"?'.?,'- 1 y ,I . ..:-1-,Q - 1.1. Q- I-. , . .- fhow Wu, our sooty, canine darling, welcomed spring at 3 130 a.m., with alternate . 3 . ,,. . fi-',1' ,.-f"' . u.:' '- '. K ., .. ..,. . , ,K .J-,.,. ' A .1' --fe,-.. , v. . -, v, 934, '-'Z'-'--F' 'I 1' ft' 2' of coffee we made and drank on wintry Sunday nights. I'll remember the feeling i ' ,Q . . . . -1 1 1 l. f sy.-. ., -- .:,.::,.,. .. . f 'S 9 . 3 .f,. -aI". '.. J, ' ""- . '.'- , f.-viz! ' ' ' . ,.., fi ,'.., 4'-' 11' K W'- .u, , T ' 5 3 .v,. fffilgf" '- .,-fill' if aft ' ' ,.g,f:. i1l3'fLf .- xiii: gg!-5 ly I 5124? - .'-u . Ji. Q N 11 1 I P4 ' s 6 . Q .717 , . -'- 'IAF iff. if 4 1, .v 2.--3., - 11,1 jf,-'1'ff.y 1 f 5. .- kr, ,I -I-.,, J.. , "M .. ...,g'4jv,'.', iifgyelps of joy and mournful howls. I'll remember, with a wide grin, the scram- 'ibling rush to "make" the breakfast bell. I'll remember the many steaming cups of sweet tiredness at the end of a day of swimming and gym and hard studying. What better recollections could any person have? And I'll always remember that -the gleaming trail of the Ohio still flows past the Villa and that someone is egijoying the beauty of my Alma Mater, the beauty that was once mine. .1'-2. DoLoREs BALLMAN, '44 ,,"' ' 5 My Mother and I -'fi-i Through the years in fact ever since I can remember I have listened to the mother's Villa days and her memories of the,Villa. They certainly were happyhones, because she has always wanted us, Marybly and me, to have 'the sanjeyogd Aandgretain the same happy memories that the Villa has given A. ,Nfl-,.:,-.Oficourser it-.was hard'le'iiffnghom'e', especial'lty1whei1.oii'r fdowif '-" g .,j Q5 5, to the,tra.i,n,tojsayQgood-bye unt,1l,the first vacation should roll' around1,fBgit'jafter lifsf 1' theiirst.-two-weeks, which Ifll-admit, at- times, can be trying for both the LJ 31 1- :lf and-students, the Villa seemed just like a second home to me. 74 'L gli--4:2 ' 1 I know that I soon became en rossed in school work, and the da s are lan- 1., .f-'- -' A 1 ' . Y p .V.1g1'z1g , Lzu, 3 1- " ned so well that I have had no time to become homesick. Then before I knew -' ' '3577lff'I""iff-fi" i31itggir.'vs5ast1me for Thanks 1vin and m first visit home. , . , ,. , 2 s V , , ,l13gg,'n1tgQ5gl. -:-Qrfihaye but one thing more to say, and that isf-I m proud that my mother 11.9-gg? fi5f:,!.,V1Ila,.3graduate, and I shll be prouder stillrwhen I become a member of the hu.. -V ,l .:,,- Q. : .-.' .1 . -,M .--, 1 y 1-.-,. ,.. iVil-Iaghlliirrinag too. H V 4 cf'g?'i1Qg ' ' 2, gf. " ANNE BYRNE HARWOOD, '44 3-71' Page twenty 1' 1' 14" is ' - ,- 3--- 'I ,':.'... ' H . 'fa -x Q, Q- - -5, 1 u.Al...,.f '- it-7,5 -3'.'f3,f 'f Z . 4 .. ,ug-.f ,1 .,i:"' -'jf-4 ' ,-f'2'i' . '5 2 1.,,,, '- '- P' 'if f- 1 f , -. :ij Q 1 4- I '- -gf' , ' 4 1.3,-. I - -, - . . -7" ,..,eE.:.-,T , .L-2-Q, "fi ff? '3'Zfff'.211 ft: -' . ':.,::4' ' ""'L' -fy i-gi' ff- '- Ugg: 7'-2? 51,2 ,gf L .,'-' f I - ' f . .. "" ' 'f gi " '- ., ,ff 4 ,,s'ff,,,,,,5f,.1 ,-,,, 1 "'A 'rfggvg-y,,ggg'f?.g,,,., - .gg Q, A iiii:il,'i'f'i.,Z:f.:l:if-. -- A 4 '- .'?'-:7TiQf'Q,i," ' 55-ff.'.f9 'f??. , 511- F :, 3fQ:33'7"'f, In this year of Our Lord,iefnir,feteen hundred and fortygfoulr-,.'rjeal5ig'g.1ng'13-,flue-I ff date of our graduation, JunqQ,6,,,fis"drawing near, We SQQLQI1e5a53C1X1g''thfilask Of y V ,,,. My disposing properly of ouggiifgstjtherished possessiounsgfathe pricelessftiieasures ofylijifi ff? our school-days, do hereivitfhgglieqiielath the followigtgxf' U Lf: ' 'ij ARTICLE I-1TbfthQffI:aculty--The realization that the,.li6st'f'arg.,jyEtfQQQf - '- come, at the same that they Vdnisagreeiffggrp I 15,13 ARTICLE Underclassmenj-WeQjqiffullyrelinquish of defeating Sacred Heart, one that we ,havegiailedftgdagcomplish,' ,- 3 ARTICLE III-fTof5the Juniorsgsffihe-Senioif:House,- provided they utilizf its ample facilitiesgwiith respeqtidueg them. ' ' ARTICLEfIV1--To the Sophorgiqtes-Ousr:dilapidated phonographn asfg suming that rtieyyill allow ng?-A'i3,the?sffto hatiillgs its life blood, -our-i.preciou'sV' records, g '15-fi' ' if .-'. f . -.,, - ,Ji ARTICLELV.-To the.Preshmeri--Our determination to reach the golilgvvge set out for, come what ,Q 'fZjT',l ARTICLE VI-Tifitjgeiiiindividuals herein nominated, we SCVOI'3llY."bQf queath the goods and chattel-S' designated. '- if I, Dolores Ballman, to Loretta Sullivan-leave the honor of ripping all my French seams beautifully turned-backward: to June Steinman-my nightly Marathon, running around the Senior House,-hunting for Aida's bedroom slippers: to Genevieve Kahmann-my ability to spill the right chemical on the wrong person: to Anne Dressman-my aptness for forgetting names and remembering faces. I, Rosemarie Conway, do bequeath to Rose Marie Quaing-the other half of our seat on the Red Bus, provided she make it the chair for seminars on the happenings of the weekend: to Joan Siemer-my dear, dilapidated, maroon purse which has held everything from pencils to ink bottles: may she make good use of its collapsible qualities while making her trip from Southgate to Coving- ton: to Dorothy Woilfe-the privilege of being the dark-skinned Wise Man in the Christmas play, on the sole condition that she Wear the ticklish black beard: to Patricia Nolan-my important position as a member of the alto section of the Cilee Club, with the hope that she may keep in tune better than I. I, Anne Byrne Harwood, hereby bequeath to my sister, Marybly,-my pretty radio, provided she follow the directions written on the side that is still 11" tv . . ., .V ,I there, and defend it with unending love from all cruel taunts: to Margaret Binieliiiigf -my numerous complexes: that is, if she will cast them aside in her Senior yea? , . . -for, frankly, she will have no time to nurse them: to Jo Ann Veith-I leave? my ability to take sugar or leaveit alone. May she always keep her figure loxgeifji, X as I have kept mine these years at the Villa. .,+.5j,5- I, Marthe Sue Henslee, leave to Mary Ellen Groeschen-my stan1,psEf'h41pi.ng if that she will use them writing her favorite soldier: to Marcia Rqedi,nge15,ri51jy,j ability in biology class to rise slowly enough to avoid answering: tQifRoseiQ1zfr.y"-' McCollough, my hockey stick, trusting that she will use it more tharff P I, Betty Hunsaker, after careful deliberation do bequeagk1,z:tQ.Fi75alnQ'Bef5ger57e-l:4'- my, gentle, quiet, ghagnlinghnaiye personality: to Pitiscillafifjorter-QrnyQiindls- Qjitired,-c'haLn115'i'd1Ts1ii15 Z'i'n'appet'iges g,ejf15g-v1,r1a,'- pi-6v2i2led,'j,t'hat,,she can-'yvard--dff in--' '- fsul-ts? ?iS'Wel,l' 'as'I xftog Mari, ynj?au1us+-niy .capacity fqr' memorizing-' World,-,Hisl ,lofgy"dates1j..lX?IpPyshe:always,reme'1nbe'rAssuitbanipalf! . 3 ' Tziff ' 3'-1-If VI, 'Rose' Marie 1HfU'fl,QYQ .willwto 'MaryneH,'W-achs4+the Fduty of looking but ',g'3f6rZou'r little Eresrniaen,fw.ho'wi1'l' needrnuchflookiunglafter'inithenext two Years: '. to,lYI3rY.--50311 .Saladinfgmy abilitfy Qto -1,1nders'tandfpeopleQ. in general: -to Alice." 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' 3 4556: fi ' ,ie jff' gi? , , i. ,A , " ,,,, ' t 'foflffgen pf goingfhonh Every weekqend, provided that Q slnficbmes me soitiie'the':'gEQ,,fSlf3irle'yfe3Wfyeni13Qmyrbooks, hoping that she mj,,P'iQL: find fh2Iff'3S fascinatingf'asflsfoiind them. .,,A.q' V, .5 255.1 5' s I, Virginia McI?aiiiel, tqlvlirglrene Bertke-my ability totiget into"tro'u,h1e' R: ,""E3,6n enteringia classiiobjih :prdvi'dedgb'efore' leaving the classroom she-Q-fniake peace ff,fgf'f2"?f"?iQfQ.,m:j,35"treaties with concerned: to Rosemaiyglfglues-my desire to lookielikerzsawreal Villain duiiiiigifa Sodfality play, provided sheQ'weag,Lher'ffi-YE112er's discarded '.-, sqttizhto ' f' ' s,QfzfQf?jZQl,'-'L Macy ,Afiife Qgusepohl-the task of solicitingjatlsgfor'RosQI.Mgqis, provided ij.-ee ap Q she-ichggge:.?ainy1.days on which to do businesgfggb L . .-.-- f F' SQ Qlifif. ,age X I I:,3qj?i'ff:?3QQ?ifzg1dine'qMayleben, bequeath to Barbara?l5Q'IcQoy-Q?-rriy?33rlecioli3i,i'liegls of Q' Vg 1ifgii.-We,-'rulqbw-hone ,of the few pairs now extant,Q?1VhiEhgffor,.a wcholcyear haverconh ,jefff,3gigjjE,j?f-'Q-riblited, anti-scratch program at thefilifillazeftci-Anne artistic'ysigningiabl-liy, whichlenables me-:to njiix.'wiP11ffthe:V,localY paipters' ofa I'QIlQWQFI'I'- t9"' Patty Geersfffmy ability to playkethe first e1ght'.fEgg.rsi,ofe,,Staf Dustg, e acquiredofily after two ho'ursfo,f arduous practrceflioping that sliefhaseltlypafrenpcele , to master?-fompletely the-composition: to'Ma,ry Ann'fHoppenjans-Qjijy'coveted,-. two pairs: of navy blue socks?-may tl'lCY:':g9I'Yg her for the duragigonjof the shortagegie' iff 315-I ltlp, f V e I -A 'f -. - rr-.-.-:mei ee ei gg'I',,QToan Plunkett, do'beq'1yeath tommy frieqd and fellow-sufferer, i,I?auline NolanQ5Q5,my badly worncyergilgfprovided she regard it as the precious ajatique it is: to sister, Sheila, father sadly, I relinquish-the task of living .up to the Plunkett tradition at the Villa, she being the sole survivor of the family on its studeigt-' role: to Betty Maloney-my pint-sized desk, the last in the row, pro- ? -ye y non. i ' IIC' V, . 0 an 'n ' 1 l.a A Cded P , to Ursula Frisch-my seat in the back of the Green us, the third as .535 fi-lfpffiii right E, among the "babies", where she can hear all the gossip ofbthe ff? 3x-'tjgi Jrqwn' use, together with ag i m, spe ling, and ta ' J: :Ziff-fl ,,:Ie,?'iRj,' I, Mary Jane Popken, do bequeath to Nancy O'Connell-my little, yellow '51 'Eg :"Z-'5f?-31g'ef"'.fX1vQEry-bird, faithful, even though it has aged rapidly with its many burdens: to ii.: 'ffRifii Jegley-my red hat with the futile hope that her friends will not call her fi -if-E511 ' ,iftwb-faced whenever she wears it: to "my little sister", Jeanette Pieper-my frm, f I ' 'pjslice in art class-may her efforts be more successful and better appreciated than :"' ' "" nfine: to Ruth Faulhaber-my ability in keeping my spelling book up-to-date ,. . .A , 1- 7-.31 QQ. .4 . .., I ,..,.., . ., . e" '. fin: Sy- . 1 -'-."..-. -. ' . :-'f.'1'L1-2 ,.. IZ C-ITT,-L1 . . 1. ' .- . 15,9 3 .34 -. .V .a,. jjljiith the wish that hers may never be incomplete. I, Jo Ann Price, bequeath to Margie Reese-my ability to arrive at Mul- ,L1Qlane's on time, provided she will meet me for lunch some day: to .lean Vogelsang Ibimy love for modern, unorthodox music, especially during Glee Club: to Ann F Middendorf--my corner chair in the English room, provided that she profit f moregthan I from frequent trips to the dictionary. fjfgfjgf-,gi fl ',." L,'3'f,f'g2Mary Margaret Ross, to Jeanne Reese-relinquish my ability to be in Lggjjrze-:i.Qe,p.tS -classes on time for prayers: to Ann Kane-my position on the hockey team as ein' V 155' ,goal lseeperi on the condition that she use my shin guards as faithfully as I: to 'Q,g2?.54-55 'QQ' .Qtiit V-e.fn.Qar1,jlNflat,tin-f-my French Chardenul and the reserved ri ht of takin two ears .. , ,eeie e .- i,F.,. that-,dl . 3 g V f,i2',1g.g A 1,925.4-EQQ, e same time. i,1Lf1I:.jg? 3? I, P'atjQSpille, to my beloved sister, Donna-my abilit to keep our family ,-aLl: 3' ..1:.0n' .-1'-, , 1 - . , r -, . . V. "F.j3e'5: 'fjgf-Q'2" :Il'1 hand dAurin.gythe.everlast1ng school year: to Margie Schneider-fmy ,powerful Q-f.,m"---1.06 7,1--"Z, , . '- , - ee -3 -' H- , 1 .e . , , . 1 3. A, MU., .,. .,,,.,,4 L wa. Nm xfocalqjchordwsl, hoping that with she"may--enlrven-zthe,gSenro'r,yearAfc5r6herself ,glye af jlffifi "we - and: compan1ons"'tb Rita Decker-iewhafs left of my eraser whenfl--iinisfa Serqi-Ing .:z-.- 4+ Aeffif. -, ,. .mg--5 J .,- .--.V 1'-fb :.'- .,. I. rr anew, ,- f- 3,5 . I-:e.e.,: '.'. Q l1f-Qul1'- .- fl fiegniy heokeefefe-eher--aladefeiesgmehli rehepershefll heed this helpful him"fem.5'e f"-." W 1131.1 P as ' " 3 ,I .4- . ,W ':'. 1' .- 1-. L'Senior- whokxnowsf' f" " .QQ 3, ': f , Q up f-I-nik.-, ,'-'A"7:1n'4 .' ,, 'r,., -A.-e A , , ggzgfjigf me 'fi-in E25 I, Aida Valerio, to Ruth Scheper-my place as .assistant business manager g 'fl 7, .of Ros M arts. May she acquire a more business-like manner than I have attained: 1fg5,'4,j'5fl"Vi.Q:j-fffrzgglg.jf:1Q:i'f:7-2 tq.tI?Lne..Hagel-my ability to tell jokes, with the hopeithat the laughs exceed the mi.e5",n:t-5 pf ,exif-Q "I don't get itz" to Mary Loretto I-Iuening-my desk in study illgrgaflteffslgefiaas acquired the ability to open and,.cl'ose it without a squeak: to it 3555. -if.-v:V i,g-'Q fi' Margie-:'l?3.3Q'1gbQHQQg-my beloved autograxphsg-ifl' and as soon as, she acquires apprecrat'rGjIii:SuHi'c'ient to treasure theml. -ff .. 4f::.'.:", 5.2 . ".-:- 2' . s ' " "'- f F , 115 . .Q 25:13. - J glggge tiiuenty-two if .'.-f'i:4f'R'i' ' liSf.2Qf-.,f'-,f,,-.',' I 5 ' - f '- . 1-'- ' - I ., '35,-ge,-,:.g V N Q' .. --. - - ...- . .,. w.,,',, INA., , S - . -. a 'W " . .- . W- '- . -.1-1 .- .ll,'...l,..41.L i. :: YI . 5.41, 1 4: - ' L F 1' if' " H .fel ' ' A Q. 4 f , 1, ..i.- ., , . VH.. "1 '- . -x--, - .-" -i'.g'l:r, ..v-1 . . '--,, V -...-,-, 1 4- ... . f ,. --1 --sl L.x J.-"I" -"'- 7' I' , .n. '- ,.. . J,-. - -.1,. . . - 3 4 , ,, , ,-X.-,', f.- , , -. .,.. f . ,. .:.. , , 'ff a -' ,- K I I. ,' Q ' If' 1-ffl, 1 12 "" -.1'.fv- V -L .-' ' ' '1i"-""-f-'- 5fN73fsl.,.'5 "2 -gf: r. . -F : 3-w 'g -, ,,,f.f.4--..'.A, .,,f,,4 - -.,w,."s-Q4 - :-. .w -, ,- .. ..- , . .. f . . --,. . - ,,,. .,,1:VN,h- ' -,yi .I 4 - z,,f'..'1,'s,,f'fl.g.,g',.- ,. , jf. U. ef,-'-.y,Tj.",-, fig.. mx. , .' -. ,' ,, I 1-' A ix!- K " A595-jglgx in V.-Nxt.. --"5 -:.g-.-.1 ,g ' -' ' rf V ,I iff:-.4 4- ' - I, Jeanne Claiifeivehr, will toggllgiifa,-YX.nn'Krebs-my board and come up looking my.3gQq2:Q!iG Rosemary lGr0I2-7-mY1FU'f!q5f!?f7F.12? F115-fn my Junior year, provided thatlfsjie Asucceed in missing it asaoften'f3as.'itIj'dlCf?,'-T20 Margie Macke-my place on,4-tlae.'--plifne, provided S119 fI12ilSQfQQflQUS?j,0f3,f2t F513 summer. ' A 1, Ruth Wilde, im1giiirt,.QifffiiAl3i?Q'th Maioneyffiaifsgar on the bgg,',s.grfir,r,he,' morning. May she chgrishfiitelfor flielnext three yearsi and have asigtrlii-Clj,f?2112g.?2rS I had in it: to PatriciagSc5hildp34-my ability to skateyjprpvided she lie "Dusk Hole", especia,f1jQ5ap3giight, to Laverne'-Krebs+-9fso',ine of my height. " be a great asset to hefwheishooting for-Qiligsket in basket ball. erated, to the following? students 3310 ,Miarvy Dell flgiilnmer-4rnyi'-iSp9Ci31" deskiin.-, I, Helen Woods, do very re1uctaiitl'yeiiIiNil'lftheitiieiigiired articles herein 1:45 study hourfhnayishe not feelf:sqf'i2solated"as Igalways fe1t:"to.Mary Cathe erine Rabe-my.attempt to have'.-tat.:-IeasItLa ghostfpf curl in my 1531112 ,even 011'- e f'- -' 3' ze . - '1:. T ' 3' . ,. r,"V,1 ., :1 . - J, ,. ,,. -- ::..z -r. .,, .4-'1 --. .,:, , L' 3Y'u- '. Ty. 1 ,r.-3. .., ' 5a '4 .I J s.,.:. . X ., ni I ' r. -f l"X ,. "- :'7 I ..- ' f-lib .713 vu. ':' ' r -. 2' av ,. . :' .. 1- Q. Vx 1 ia --1, . ., , ns " .fi l .. fy' ..- .!'C' 53... -fu 9" ' was ' In ' swimming days4im'a,y,.she meet better successfthan I ever met: to Rosemary-a 1 1 I-Iilling-my old, faithful fountain-pen, often referred to as the "paintib'r1i,3bff"' ...may she put'up with thggreasiiig about it as well as I have: to Mary I Shields-my Villa bathinglsiJirt',Qdiefgrayest and oldest one in the pool, but venerated because it was'5h'arided down from my cousin, who will invoke N . gremlins to annoy anyone treating the relic with frivolity. ' ARTICLE VII-Signed and ratified on this Sixth day of June, nineteen hundred and forty-four. TI-'IE CLASS OF '44 Farewell ':.,, 'tif' , - ,in -.. 'rj -A 2 . . , e C7-'4 1 J,- .-da If Q. .--K4 ..r Q. 1, . L . A . . I' U '.' , ' ',c -. A . .Q .. .ri I '--,g3.:, f '.,u :C '41- "I remember, I remember"-what wonderful memories shall we, the Seniors of 1944, have after our graduation, and the bitter, if there be any, will fade with time into the background, and the sweet Will be cherished in our hearts throughout our lives. Although we have known down deep in our hearts that this time of parting is inevitable, we have been putting aside the task of facing it. What a long time four years seemed when we were but on the threshhold of high school life! '..- 1 . A , . .. ,. . A . . 'K-' -- ,-. -f"--', ff: . 1, t .5 ,, '. i rr "' 1 ,X I , s.. .. , , . . r 'n' ' -af- 'r - ' - . .fra - 213.11 gg". . ,fhff 4-,.f:-- es' .I Many a time have we as Freshmen exclaimed in exasperation, "OhI I wish I '-3 were a Senior. They have all the fun!" Yes, little Freshmen, they do have fuI1,.g'ifQf'1f.Ij34,f.'g- 5 g liffff, but fun that is a little overshadowed by the realization that soon all this happi-'iii'-'-..'x--fifgjgfj', ' ness will be a thing of the past. 'Q - '.-ff , The memories of the past four years rise up before you-your first f.qilttz1li,f,--5-f'Qg'l r.: - days of shyness as a Freshman, your initiation, your first prom, your -i exams, your first reports, your trials and tribulations as 'igrown-up'j,'5oghQ2'ff-'1'Qfiil ---. it ' '. ' ries over the Sodality and the Annual as Seniors-all these things passffefbregyol, as bubbles of happiness, ready to burst. .j 3. -IQ'-Q, ls. x'." 411- ' ' , mores, your troubles over the farewell banquet and prom as Juniors, : fl 21" " '- .:. J.: J. x - I ca ,-.. ".' , 4' .t . n' . 4 Just as the pictures painted on the window panes by JaglgErg5I?fide?Mfore2'--1-' A - - the heat of theinew dawnl- these, joys willzpass away.,.ngfiftcrlaeffforgottelifiehtirely,, but ,io he reniembc-1redj'vvith'a3tinge of ifositilgfia asiwefeiiter. upon our separatewways- .A. 4 I 5-, . 9 ,." . 4. '-:,-a.- ' I I ' . '.. . fx ,ig Gfelifef- .F , : 'A 'FAS theclais moyeislowl'y and surelyro 3of'-farewlelflf-we, look back "Q3?::yf 'li5tt1eQsad'ly.upon these ha-ppy.'.Qarefree daysi-,and-.then we look' vaheadyto the .days ,i 'Q .I-fqjfegjlpfz-131, jheforqlusl, days,fthat'.wi1l'be:filled-wlith..thert-urmoil'.of-npostgwarjproblemsg-H 'And . I '--"-gjg-.1 QQ-2 ,frornqthef training we. have feceivedwe takenew-'hope-apnd.courage? I '- Tffg, 'L' D 'T6'. Q. IQ, We"bid.ihee a f9l'1d.'f?'I'QWLCll, dear:Alrna'Mater.f Mayithy teaching implant. . " ' ' in. us a,.Iiti'I1Qdesire',tQ mak'e.'this -worldfaj bette'r'0n'e uandltolmake ounlives. 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P ia vw The Grotto I 'SF I QA" fp f I H 2 ? 1 3 I E Ft W E ii 5 Q ,, 5 ri s S Student Spiritual Council Prefer: JOAN PLUNKETT, '44 Eucharistic Committee Chairman .. .. Assistant . . Assistant , . . Catholic Literature Committee Chairman , Y . Assistant ,. . Assistant . Mission Committee Chairman . . Assistant Y Assistant, . Oar l,ady's Committee Chairman ,Y .Y Y Assistant Y Assistant Patti- twent ,. tJoAN PLUNKFTT . ANNE DRESSMAN Y PAULINE NOLAN JEANNE CLAIRE VEHR Y. RUTH WI1.DF . NANCY O'CONNELL VIRGINIA MCDANIEL GERALDINE MAYLEBEN . .Y , HELEN WAGNER MARY JANE POPKEN ROSEMARIE CONWAY RosE MARIE QUAING it-mm' si- '-wwg.-., - .- . 1 Q. 41455, -, ,, ...N .. ., V ' if k T-ig. 51 1, 1" life 3.5. . rf. ,Q . kg-, ' -. ly 'J lil 'ii-.. Q.-1'-,-':'."??' c, if A Q . ii, F.. - ss, . .-.1- , ..' ' M: . , . . TY.. , . or ., .. ... A ul . ,.-. . . + .. gs.-Raw. . 'J i""7'.'fi- bififl'-5i'Q . l .-ff-6:5 5:-cifewav L44 ' ' ' -.ff ' .. f - A. A I f,. .'.. - .. fl, N ,lixgf ,if I .V -v'.' 3 .5E3Q.'i.' li. . 'I ,. H ' f '..'ff'5"'f. , A...1.,Tl1e-g3.Euelaa'r1st1c Committee fl: aa. I' Li., . n ,.,,.,,1 :iv-If O b rj I " g , . ZZ? ,gf The ainrfgff the Euchaiistieliyonimitetee toufbster love for Our Lord in the . Q. ,Bkssed Sacrarjient andrrto increjasg' personal holiness. Thelopportunities Aofferedf.. ,Qlfflgb the Sodalists at tljne-'V.illalfolr.flgl1is work are indeed many. The resident, stuff' :-.gigfdents are provided with oppoft'uniitySof daily Mass and Communion, and 'though the daygpupilsgiind it a little more diiflcul-tg-'many assist at daily Massina their parish churchk. A 1 . . 'ggi-, L , t Oriei'off'Qthe,fayorite projects of the Eucharistic Committee is that 'of' the Hafndrrraids 'bf Qurh Lord. The requirements -are gztdaiiy visit to"Our Lord in the-A 515.gif B.l,qs56dffSai:gament and weekly Communion. The girls' are enrolled eachffrnontlaff .,:.:f.fgJi1ldf'tHeQl'Et'is posted. y ' . I A' 'L .5 'iiffli . -.'-. 1'Ff5S"'i" -'41 Andfher -popular. devotion is that of the'Nine' First-Eridaysi which owes its 'Qef"'p:f -. '-!1',- "',..V.'Zf1:,- ilgg ' z z-05-as .L-1:----.4 '3- ::3 -- 151' L-'.:-qlg' :ffl """e:i? 1.2: Z-3.44 j 1 .' I-14 W-of ' .g. A 'f:r.i1'.1f4 ..i. L-'. If ,: - if rift?-f F QA . ..1.x -A 4--1A-of :.37. . r . ft '--..-I al' :ff L... ffl' -- ,E-f, .,.. ,.,f .hg- An .I ., -. , -' . - I ,..g ffff- pl' -2 Q-. .,,. 1.-'f-'.:-1:4-' .. , ,.,.,, a ., sf. '. , gl 4' jiglzz, , .ta g....v3 f- ...1 - 1 .M- origin to' tljiiiprdfiisesfiigade to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque 'byfiOy.1r Lord: 'For the girl-s who are not able to attend Mass in'their'.'parish1churches, Holy Com- muniijnoig distributed in'thel.Villa chapel, so thahtgtlgey tO0'I'f'l5ST have the oppor-' tunity offjaking advantage 'ofithe promiseq' 1- i .1 ,Alsgii on the First-i"Frida.y of the Mon,th,'3.a,fGuard of .Honoi:f'jfis'formed. Throu hbbut the day the girlsf whenever they areffree from class, can slip over to the Ciiinvent chapel, wherelfthere is Exposition of the Blessed Sacramentall day. the sincere hope of the members of the-'Student Spiritual Council that the gwmlifk which they haue furghered will result"in an increase of lovelfor Jesus and His Blessed Motherp ff A ., JOAN PLUNKETT, '44 jf Our Lady's Committee ' 'i Our Lady's Committee is especially interested in promoting devotion to the 'rim 'ly Virgin Many chaplains have remarked about the confidence our fighting have in our Blessed Lady. Here at school we are striving to match their de- vkftion. Every noon the rosary is recited in the chapel before the tabernacle. Even ti-Hough this practice is voluntary, the attendance is large. Each girl who went iyery day during Lent received a Scapular medal as a remembrance for her i Wi' in iiinffaithful attendance. 1 El During the year, wearing the Scapular has been stressed in order that the ' ' 'Wivirls might comply with the conditions upon which the Blessed Virgin made -u'. , A . -4 6.1. x .ue ."1g C I 'I 'a M. :fl .!,. 5. ...F ',' . ., ji-G.. . ' nfl .4.'., vw... ':. . gzuy, ..l,.,. ..,s.f .5 ' f ff- - . .' . . . I ..,,-.,- 1 K 1 Special promises when she appeared to several children at Fatima, Portugal, in 1917 "1 It is not enough that our school and our country are dedicated to the Mother of God. We should dedicate ourselves to her also. MARY JANE POPKEN, '44 ,The Catholic Literature Committee the efforts of the Catholic Literature Committee of the S.S.C. ' " 'riiafny7hai7e'begun to realize that Catholic literature can be as useful and enter- .4 ' L... ,J . . 4--. - u.. '40 3 -4-ef 1, Uv, 5 S .'. - n ' ' " i 42 " 1,159 , 543.58-'-J .11 .1 1:1 V 11. 1 -115. T .Ygl- f w-A . "U I . . .- n,.:I'. l' 'inf' rg' A-5 5 -iv " -- - -..-., .., ., ....- 'r I . ,. ,n . .I v, Lv .rf- .-- s ' ' K. 'q -. 'I a.. Z f I "' " - ' '. 4!-a --'.-.,. .N- "'l"f' "li'iH,Cat5holieEliterature. We have been well rewarded, for we have sold more .l ' .ara gn., ,A .,-1 'fp' .H 1 :Elf 5? ,. n ,. -5 , ,.l.,.-. :,. J Lf y ,..,,, . .v 'll' Z ff 1 .f. 5 , lkv. - 1 -f. ' '-.4-. -9 , ?,,, .., ,. ,r-.. i. -ta-iningiasjny other type of literature. Too many young people think that re- ligious pamphlets-3arrdgrel,.igious books are very dry. This year there seems to have ibeena. reversal of opinion, for-the-'sale of -pamphlets-,has soared. -1 Everynmonth-.W9. have isol'd5'over oiirijuota of twerftfyffiye. The new roll call at.Soda'li4ty 5l2ileetingS has helped'xijn'thisieausehbecause from thewanswer, "Bought, Read, andullfassed on,'A',we'a're able tloikeepitabpn the sale of the pamphlets. ' E. Retreat proved that the girls can read and enjoy religious books. The Eng- lish room provided us with a variety of retreat literature, and everyone seemed tofenjoy serious reading very much. I -'sT'heTCommittee has reviewed pamphlets and given plays to promote interest pairn'phletsQgt,han4 ever before. I ' , - RUTH WILDE, '44 .-. Page thirty A 'l':-", , ,'1!', G , ' , ,i. .: 11- " rf. . F vc E, 2:5 . T, . "' "'. .f .vii .,- Hz. x "UI I i.-. ,,.. , TL'- 'Vt muyf. w ,- f . wus .I f , . ,it Q D . in -- V- . w, is-.., , , ' ,,,g.'-5,3 -, -' If . V V j-. -' -- .r - 4 1 e - ' -' A. 1 3. . , . ,. Z.. 1-1 Committee The work of the Missiififffdisiiimiiiee is both Spififuilkia .fe'mp.f1fa,I. Usually, most of the girls, when' they hear "Mission COmIj1iIf96"', laiighingly say, "That's where most allowance goes. They.1ref'ialWays asking 'for money." f Q.-.ff-1.5, 1 V "rg It's really not so bad as,fHat,fifor, as I said, rhe?e,ik the spiritual elerhent.'13gIt is constantly being stressed atfthe meetings that the Missions need iprayersfmqstsg. of all, for nothing canff.be,dQ21e without thelhelp of God and His blessing's5,I.gjOur1 motto might easily bqathqihotto of the Benedictines-iLlQi'fa et labora. V The Mission Committee with the helpiind ,cooperation of all the girls has been most successful again this yearn During I 'Mission"Weekfj',there were a Trease ure Hunt, a Cake and -Candy Sale:-I5i'ngo,,A Quiz-,Hand an Assembly, and, to add to the enthusiasmfa race between classesgwias promoted to see whieh one could fill its Jar with pennies first, the .Iu'rTiorsfwi11ning5" .5 V - b. I Later during, the year a sterlirigkosary and a theater book were rafHedQ'..", Q The Freshmen also undertook 'ai project in order to obtain funds to Sendilqi the Scapular Militia, an.,-oigfanizat-ion which, through the help of generous' friends supplies the Servicefmenhere and abroad with scapulars. The Freshmen worked very hard on a cakeisale and were rewarded for their efforts with 'a.7'fVf' letter and a certificate from the Scapular Militia, stating that they would be re! membered at Mass every day for thirteen years, a period corresponding to the thirteen dollars, the amount of their contribution. We sincerely wish to thank everyone for her work and prayers. GERALDINE IVIAYLEBEN, '44 Going . . . Going . . . Gone! "Thirty-five! Do I hear thirty-five cents?" On the stage of the recreation room one November afternoon during Mission Week, a table, piled high with a variety of objects within oddly shaped boxes and bright wrapping to camoufiage their identities, was the center of attraction. Almost hidden behind these packages stood the auctioneer, alternately ringing her bell and offering her wares for sale. As the moments swiftly Hew that afternoon, the money of the girls dimin- ished, the packages on the table grew scarce, and the auctioneer's voice became softer. This auction, conducted by the Student Spiritual Council, was a gratify- ,L ,-. ." 'x 2 .,-,.- .- 4 Q, -4 .,. .l- u'. 11-.. :. 4-sl-2' l .lt .17-, , .. .. xt., .,- . -i. c... J,- 51.9 I uk, .: .-, iq f . -.4 "":4' L . . i I D -xi f ' :- '.' I, J..:.,,ff- rl. .,, rf -. 4- 1 .' .., .. Au.. 2-J. v I vw, , I .-: 1 'lf - 4 E. .vas 4. ez., - il- '. l . i. . 13, ' ' .rpg O 4 4 u I , -A .'.. ' 4' If". . .' ' " V -4 - , - in ing success and assisted materially the treasury of the Sodality, .X I. 134 I NANCY O'CoNNELL, '45 :fg3Q,-.",'- up .'f.:'u 'RM - -',..4.,".. - r.'.,. .J . ,.f-,.-Ifffeffbfxi--',: - Our Friend, Benny In-5g",:,.51'55-'sy ,af---Q ,.,, 'f Jingle, Jingle, any pennies for Benny? This creature, plaining, so I shall relate who Benny is and what he does, Benny is giffatjg Irrtle: V n plastic pig that does his duty by being the container for all penniestgifveii-:Qy:j.thai'-giff ' high school students at V. M. A. After Benny has gained faggifstiiiablieiiamounf -of,-,-weight, -heeWill'-.bg-'.Sli1iigfiIffE'd'IBIIQIP-:CITE-: pengies--.willf go' to the ,Benedictine- ! . ' 5, 'Cf cour-se,jfto'bring inilarger doriationsthan pennies wehave.ac-tivitiesjdurf n, .ing the year1suc.h.as,a1 Mission Week.,.which 'isa dazzling week for all, because it " , Q, 'Z "."g ,iswafviteek 661 full ,mag entertainment, .There 'aref candy sales, cakesales, treasure 'him-rsg' plays, andy' best ,of all, the treat-'for the winning 'class that brings in"the mostcpioney. fThen there 'are aucticfn,-sales'an'd'rafflesf particularly the rafIIe of a beautifulrosary and-a book filled lwithxicketscto any R. K, Of theatrefi ' f A iii" 'A.'So-'now' you 'see why'we'c'r'y, 'f.Benr'iy- needs your ipennfi,es'.'i',i . F f I , . Q-"Ll,-': , 1. e"' " ' ' . ' ' 'VIRGINIA MCDANlELi,"4'4'-',.'-'L " ' 'Page thirty-one A ' 3' J . ,U ,. ,. -IvIission,Fund.'-.1g.',-. , . .1 ' - pr -- , ' :Lg , 1.- 441 . Q ..". 5 .1 P r f Z- ' 'J . I '1.- - . .'7.',' ' xl 'S .. , Hx 2' . 1---1 -:. Q -, QP it L I ' n. . 4 ,531-s.1.f. I - a. k ,.., ,.,,. 5? .. - -' rp , ft 1- . of 7 :fffPr.+:?!i-'5 73, ' 5 ,V i-. ,abgxg .I -.2:- . 'F ' ff-5 ff?'if.?'iiIiii..,--. v -- I ..-gi' T If' Q .,-' 1 Ji. .lEv:l1:s,,,,Z. fifg- 1 ' I-,LA ' ,Vi ,. ifqaegf ' ' ombat Trarnin I r- . e '-:kk I "-' --.- ff- 11: :'. f - r- 4 -' - 5' 'M ' -fy? I,-yi 1 ' ' I ' ' ,Elf 7-gf This yeagps student bodylffas-had'the privilege of enjoying one of the finest J- A fjjfg :1j':jf?fI'63tS in 1tQ'memory.,j'Reveren3i Richard Brown, S.J., a member .ofkXavier'sf ' V,,:',fg.,faculty,' presented til!j4eA"-ret.reaitfjvy,ijjglg.an charm all his own. His mostwiht-erest-ing' H, P ,',:?2Qg:Ftalks, aided by,,hisQ2ben1gn manner andgready humor, had a markedetffect on the zf':3:.l':55, retreatantsqi Ifgagther succeeded in help1ng't1:hejg1'rls realigie not only that everything ?'Z?fj2s?i.if we havetcomes from God, but that He recepivesjvery',-'littleirecompense fromtus. 4 -'I . ". ' ' .,. 1 ... . ,1w'..5l. Cliristnifameainto the world as man to i"' suffer and die, on the Cross- for our ffl? .. . , . . ' 'He didn't have 'to do it, but He it rg-'impress ff- "":'i:'ii us-1Witfi'5t5e"hea'vy weight of our sins. He, asgman,ysuffered,and .died so -that we Q.. "i'-A751 .-'- 5' - -'." ' . 1. f , .. -, . . ' I .7.i'ft:.QfiPiigfl1.tQliifggif-He:-opened the gates of Heaven tojus andlshowed' uslhow to getfthere. . r-le - . , I 1, I Thr.o4gghrfgh1gl.:ierre,aIt the girls were awakenedlnot only to thegoodness and' ' .iigfggjggzf works, -of God, but to nearness. He is ever ready to hea,1g.,51s, if.,yv.e,wvill just , speakftto--Him. tj: L-. I f "i.. " f"". gf: T , ' ' 1-i5,j:'5'Z4f? 5Fof2all of us the triduuniwas threerdays of happiness, and, wi-thout doubt, many offus would be 'happiefgstill if we would adopt Father's hobby .for our own? try to make everyonefwfe meet alittle happier' just to have metiusgfand the friendgffive know a little happier justio have kn'0wn us. I fi 1' Vi, 1 15.-Q .f ANNE DRESSMAN,,'45 .f , Saint Patr1ck's Sodality Meeting , i 4 glflqhe Sodality meeting held on March 17 was dedicated to Saint Patrick, ' x ,ffiafhfise feast is on that day. Greeting everyone with a cheery "Top o' the morn- .Ioan Plunkett, Prefect, opened the meeting. All the members of the S.S:C. ' "Q Zgijggfjjjvgjp seated on the stage and wore large, green crepe paper bows. The meeting ?!J"Q'5:-??f 3'3" ..131,?,i,'1gol7 off to a rousing start when the S.S.C. sang a parody of a popular Irish air, . ,. .. 5, - -IJ.'g':'.-"gn gmtj '. .. Qvgiliiile Virginia McDaniel, chairman of the Mission Committee, took Benny Pig from the Oflice around to visit the girls. Benny, all dressed up with an immense, green bow around his neck, enjoyed having the girls feed him pennies 'ind nickels for the Missions. He gained considerable weight at the meeting. y. .. 1- . 4... -,', -' - W -.'. 1 ::'1:.:1.-' - , :'1,g, - ff, mf,-1.-4.5 'gj-1 -af LN4: 'Z.'f:f-1-':-1' -J-,T .. 'Har 5,-.--1,1-. 4-1.- --v. W -1.1.1. . fg"Q' :I-Q. 4' g-JJ' 1 va, 5, Gffff 5 'C'-'1 I .' fu . . . . . . 1,5 :TEST -5-. gi? .3 The lives of Saint Patrick, Saint Benedict, and Saint Jose h, whose feasts -f' 'I :hr ' -. 1 'rg . . , . p . . gf ,:Q?::4ff:'j 15 -'fm tl' -3 Lgall come within a week s time, were sketched. Reports on the Catholic Literature fi" " 'fr 4 ?fCommittee and Our Lad 's Committe were also iven. The four Juniors on the ,.. s . 9 .. g P A S.S.C. had also prepared an enjoyable skit entitled, Why, Mary. "J: The meeting closed with a Community Sing, including all the favorite Irish Q yy. R , stings. Everyone left the meeting Irish in spirit, if not from descent. 'i'7-:-if':'. 'Y 1' MARY JANE POPKEN, '44 1: ,' ' 'U' .1 .-,- ,, ,Z I x -. I yn f J., f I Was A Prisoner tlfjjif .jji 5 Qui.-, "T, I : . QQ- ' I V',. ...rQ",l,, .gf.1fIShe Mothers' Club meeting, on March 14, was honored by the presence of .ljigffg ' ' ,.t-.- :.'l,3,-Bgeyerenuhlloseph Stier, S.V.D. Father Stier, until very recently, was a prisoner of -Q-IIQQEQ If Q gilfifi' , 'Q 3il'h6'J3QBII292., having returned upon the Gripsholm last fall. In the Orient he saw f,'4, i,l,.'s .the duplgicifyll-theutreachery, the utter faithlessness of the foe we fight, yet he spoke gfi???9' 1rY'YiF-11.f0F5PafahQzI6fi't5Q':C1T12U1Y- Father. was delve Missionary1w.Qfk.,,in.Ch1.rxe " Q25 h whenhqfyvas internedr at the 'outbreak of the 'warf "Father SfIQl't,lfQl8i12d'A!Q'QQ',SQh12 fig.-:Quiz lvll .' jrfiffjf .iw .tu ' df the Lconditiqgsggjsuperstitionsf religious I practices, and beliefs 'of--rhef'G11ir1esg -szjlff it popul'ace,',which.provQedQto-'be,,mostinteresting. " -' .gf -Q.-'.'We were very grateifulfor the opportunity of attending such an informative' 'ft ,' 53:5-g1,, lecture, for one cannot realize what those people really do and how they live until ,,.. 41 351555, 2 Q. P one has heard an account from someone who has actually seen and taken part in I -I everyday life. Some of the things seemed almost fantastic, but we knew they ,L we thank God that Father Stier and many others that were in- Ff ternued. have been returned to America. Vp ' ' ga, 1 " f"-34.1 ,MLRGINIA ANN MCCORMACK, '44 gig i .'Z.:Q?-45 Page thirty-two If-1415" 31 le 'I-if fl..." 'l ' U E iii I , , :?:-.- 'l!'f L- ff , 1, I -I 2.5" 0- 4 1 f g J f gave herQ7noh'th's rillowkinceiupon,-thrs,M1sszon-'Day' ' Hg-if ...Q Q, ..f-,,'.,L-,.,:, , .,,. - .4 ., 54'-1-.,i'.y A . ' 93251 -' .- iw' , , v-, A 'rf.g'.-' - ,ff ,iii .E .flex-g 1-- -J-1:-.1 , 1: 35.27 I.-AI. .-' .' "1-1-"" b51'ig5r' mv: -'r,1.. 1 2-' '-. 'I ""'-':f1,,:4f:f Z-Y"1 'E-kj'-.Q'-Q?f?f7,f?'v'g'l. ' . -j.- I N .ff -.' , .. an .K Vv'. VL:h,,?.4':A.: ' ,V J. - . , , 1. 3 rj.: " -- . .I iw.. 1 J: 7-. - '- I I ., .y , -A-..-53 w--yn.-, ,V nu. , . .. ,' -4 ,.a---,Q -m 'T-.1 .4 f"' "f fi' Fi ' ',"41"'-1'Z,v..'.' i-. it . ..:: ., ...NJA-,- , Z 1, jr.-.9 ,I-...E :D ., 1, --.5-,ix f A -Y . :-L'QQj.4 ' - '- The Beittle of Vi11at""MadOnna 5'5" 'A . 37:-V-,s-.41 QTO lovefs-bffgfihakespearej " ., 1 S A- A-.1 I If we are mark'd to lose, ' ,.ff5'g.fx?1 14,95 .3,. - .- , - -9',.1-.'- , .. .- , S I: fs. 1 .fr-5 uf , I ,gg-f"gvQ ,Qjnq . -.. . ,P fi" .' ' nr ..., 1 5. A .... -5- fr fi. 5-aff . .451-V4 J 'v ' - '. 1' T ,:-.f. .7 "' ... l '.. . . .. if '. . ."jj:::7 -- . 9..g ' ' -'Tw - ,urn ', To do our class discredz't:',,gnd,ijE'to iilizfn, 5" .fi ,f,fjQg,4"1E 'af ' The fewer girls, the greaier shzzie of honour. ' ' - ft'- O please! we pray thee,Q5ILQ'.fshi.,.ht one girl motte, "" i:'53'T?:" By Jove, we are not gold g , y V,,A Nor care we who doth feed' upon our lupchfg-.1gy?:a A It yearns us not if girls Qtirg pencils usefngi: .-" Such mundane things dLi2EfllTnot ingiwyrfdegsiresz j f But if it be a sin to dover PENNIES,'f"" We are the most offending souls ali1QAcii-,..2'Z.2?ii1f' .f'f7,7 N o., faith, my friendf i-giish not anetlflyeiz' girl : .fi .,.. - I-. Ig 'Tis true! we would not lose so greEttL.a1'11honour 'ft Z' As one girl more, we think,4ugQuld,Ehare' from us, ' For the best hope we have.jjFQI','dO wish one more! Rather proclaim it, you Soclcrlisfts, with' loud voice That she which hath no courage' for this fight, " Let her depart: her money shall not be taken And she can keep it in her purse: We would not take her pennies That fears to part from them in cause so worthy. This day is called, the Villa Mission Day: . The class that fills its jar and wins this day Will stand a-tip-toe when this day is named. And each girl rouse herself and hear again a clarion call of "PENNIES!" We that have worked this day and gathered most the pennies Shall proudly win this contest, reap reward, And celebrate the victory through a treat. Yearly on the vigil will each girl feast her friends I ii- 1' ,, . .,-, .-,jr-3 .. xy:-xr .,. .,,...: .',, ,' ,gau- -'. --.f .- '- '-2 ll"f'- ' 'I' -. . 1 "bf .- - 1 - ' ,-If i' 'l' ,..i', J .1- .!71' : ' --- egg 42' N.-s. 'f . A -.rl- .QI .34 ,.. ng s J: . li 5. 3.1: 5-, J 'v aa 01 . . -.. ' - 1 - . ,-s., .I ,.,.L ...,. .. A f Q? C:-ef' 11 .- 1 .QLQ , ,- .-- 1, ' -9 G flea, fl use A. I Iwi ..-,au 4- ' ' 5. A s at "on A. ff: a 3 ..-... V - .., .. . A y '. L.. J And say, "TOMORROW BEGINS MISSION WEEK." tie Then will she ope her purse and show it blank, ii- 1:9 -. And say, "MY DOUGH I GAVE ON MISSION DAY!" gag. fg, .4553 Yea, girls forget, yet all shall be forgot. if ..-' But we'll remember with advantage .".'-Q33 2 What sacrifices we made this day: then shall our names ,f.-If? 5 A, 'lqfff Familiar in their mouths as-"Oh, those Juniors! " Blamed and rejected always, E J:f.,af.' "" fgwf-,QQ Dear Junior class of forty-four- ..::.:g:5.-Zifilg -3123. Be in their victory freshly remember'd. 5 -..,..?.lfgQ5?3?p'2.:'-I --Ll This story shall the good teachers tell tomorrow's Sodalists, 0 H2 ' .-'fx And Mission Week shall ne'er go by ':,.'f'ff'fz,,-'1T'f155 5.-..-Q 1, From this day to the ending of the world, 532.2 Q2-153 T2-f::'f. 3.-3,1135 But we in it shall be remembered, i.'f.jjfff u , 7-tg' '.'L2'.'1::5H We few, we happy few, we band of morons 5 ' M., ,1' ' "Hg-E Q". '.f.:.-fQ'l5j1',?'g For she today that gives her money freely , Q f. 'f-jg-i'-Q' ' I", ' ,fa jffgff 1-,Sflyqllabepar.siSt,eif',:1ge!sbe-'YQQQQE-'QU'Gtipgyli1,42jf.. ' I ' ' U' ' -,113 3242? l?'l5'4f1iJ.B'7?f1ll'9?ffZ1fff'lZfihfCQf1diEiQH3 ff' 1, "-" . 775 Q" ' ".' J -- 'Q '.1'Qf'9i'5 fE6jff'3f'f "And7future-elassesat'th-ei Mrllaf-' f-33, .Li ff 'y Q T I , lgfififfff. , 'Shall stand'cljagfineahlbecatisefthey were5i7bt,bere,' ' ' ' "' W' - '-'1"","ffPiil Apgi.bb'ld tlieir,sc'hoOl'days cheapfwhile anyspeaks: F . ' - 'I -ci' 2' 'Q u 1" . ' 'f. "' l"',:n,f N 0. 'E g"., 'f',.-.ff-.444 ' 1 J -Lua:-'Q , -,.-.., 7:. Q. -- 1---.-I "n"-'15 ..'- 'Z . QQ' r I.. .-' 1. 5 -5... iz 4' f..-i' 'Q ' nj. -,H ' ,., ...gt ...nxt - -rf"".'. 3-ff ' Y "3,'.'1'1-. .2 I ..'v. l ,- ! n 1 SP' ". " 3 .' ,, ...- , E, - 'I ' ' ' T " - ' 'ANNE,DRESSMRN',.,345 ' .L -,Ti,JtROsI3,MARIE'g2UI5INg3!-.445, n " , g. IN-'SSNQY .0ICG1S!NELLz. '45-1 :Z -I 1-' . - -Q. I: .. , - 1 .' ,D-I. .. .. -Page'athi?tyl:three 94,1 .,l,.- . ' . -,"g.g,,- -y . A ' -'gin 1. .. , ll' ll -N ."7 M2- .., , r 4. 4 qpjs flff 1' 4 2 S V' X' - MM-a , K " we Q, -Q . Q AX.. Af, ' ' , 4 , g i lffigi . ni k 5, 3 v A - w I The Chic ... f --4 '-.1 .L'1- '. . 5-af, ',. '-L' ,V ,,,., c 1 ,- 1. , " -' fq.:,.g ,' '- ' ': 1 if 59-T I lf" 9396, -' Q -2 ': Lf.-'Fir-'f. ' ' - ,,o..- .. , . .. ., ,, ,, , r . , , . Q J ' A I .. '.'. 44.:.i4'. 'li Ng-J' V ' j r fa ' ' ' . "-I -' 'QW--'A Z' 1' A I.. ,'- ., . I , A v ., , ', .1 .. .. , , - . ,.,- ew- - . I -A Our Favogigteglq,-.Marian Feast On March 25 is celebrated time-bfiefautiful feast of the Annunci'a'tio'nl.-icoirla' V memorating the most importAa5i3i..jin,ission that was ever givgizertf-rea-i'i-angeli-V' e"' he' King of Kings sent a royal njgsseiigerfnfrlom His own heaveiiiliy court downQtoleatth to a poor and holy virgin to agngitiuncefto her that sheihad been chosen to :become .4 x ,:'," ..-V Ag? I f I 4 ' 1 Q I 3- 1 n . . - J - ,t 10 - '.'.' ..--. f., , . .f , ,JA e,. ' ,fgfa ' - 1- .- f- . . ,- I.. yi ,. J. l ,1. 1.5. . .Q ...gif . lg. ,QEN 1...- -i A -5.5, . .ig the Mother of God. Wharf-thefSon of'God chose togbecbme man, Hefcould i ii 1 pleased to be born of ...fir ii . When the angel appeared to Mary,:'5lie1,addressed Qher with the beautiful' words, "Hail, full of graceffthe Lord?-isf-with'th'eeQ'f4Blessed,,aArt thou amcinigf . women." And Mary,-egwheii'-:she understood the gIi?eat" favor'tliatQw.as to be ace corded her, answereigllhuinlily in fullisubiigission to Qod's wishesfllgliehold the' "" V' handmaid of the Be it done 5i,tntcifnie'ifaccordirig.Qto Thy word."ff-fy I our Directress. This year, since the-'feast occurred on Saturday and we werefi-n' retreat the three days previo.us2Evve,'had to forego a program for the occasion.iefI-fiiff' A ve. stead, we assisted at a specia,liiHighiTMass for Sister Miriam in the chapel, ouff' offering, and sent her flowersiwifbich were placed on the altar for the Mass. ANNE DRESSMAN, '45 The Gift of Faith, My Treasure You cannot bid for it: it can't be bought in a store: you cannot steal it, for it is a gift that comes from God, which we term faith. To some of us it is handed down by our parents when we are baptized, but many do not have this advan- tage and must seek until they find the Light of the World themselves. I was very fortunate in having this gift from my infancy, and I regard it as a priceless treas- ure that must be guarded at any price against things of the world which may rise to take its place. Wealth and riches cannot take its place in this world or the next, for they are material while faith is supernatural. In our world of today it is not valued as it should be, and many of us take it lightly, never thinking to thank God for this greatest of all gifts which He in His mercy has bestowed on us. If you want to see some examples of real faith, read about some of the mar- tyrs who feared not even death, as long as God was with them. It stands to reason that they would not have delivered themselves up if they had not believed that their faith would save them. So why not start today, and every day hence- forth say a little prayer that out of this horrid war will come faith, true and assumed a human natuigifivithout the cooperation'6f'fany creaturef but 'hijwxg .. This day hasa special sign-ifidarfcento us, as it also marks the feastidsy. ofg A, n . -A- .-:L . . -' --x-. 5 1 , -xl' .4... QA- '. unshaken, in Jesus Christ Who is the Light and the Way and the Truth. Q A Winter Winter is a wonderland of beautiful scenes, 'Snowflakes designed lifzelpgttems of lace.. Hiiudflie?-4'5efi'l'!Zff5i2f5fff iiibilsaeiiii !Boys afnd. gii'ls"j?usilif 1 .4 JEANETTE PIEPER, '47 ,. .5 .4 'ss jf. '- 'mt T. 5711 R-Bill Streaking the pane of Dripping QQsfag75!l'y:frb?n'frrees,Q-.-. .j Y ,A ,ij Makingjlie loo1e.2ifea:yE,' 5 5 ''l'i"'Drenchingnin-Qtjcrgltll one SCBSJ 'Tearilropsl of sotfoebi from heaven i . ,g:,:1',h-uge :9l7O'Ll!!'Df1'2,f: J Q " ,-- gd If " ,.,SQff'f3-wzffjf. sin'of .'f7'Il11'1kflzfllf J Tb? l?9fidf 50430941'llbikly-'1?ff5,l'5e'-' - ' 1 Arorindfthe corner a snowball fiahtnfffl-1" H D in'fhe parfejiNazfare'slaitisticit I ' - ' 1' Skflliofl f'll5Pla'U'.' . I . Illfibtgqr-is-G -'i - "5 ' . I .',',f':I Q 'V' 47 A ji 'iPfOfnfS'ff?Ii-f?f3Wi7if4'?P tiff Sirmefi ' . f -I ,Recalling 'fi-Jraweness, to :nii nd ,. This is"t'he.LUag...of the Almighty, 31' ' ' Forgiping offenseyantl -sinvge 'Q i Blessincfthe sinneawlazj sozjrquis, -a 'A Call1ng5Lf'he"sin'nep.ftp ' ..i-. .- fMARY, ALICE SHJELDSZ we .--gf-'Fife hl.',,44...,.',..':,.A Q . .I . .Y . 5- qi, WA: H . .r --.l ' ...- ':-.i.-L.-!Pagef?2"ffy-nwf, - . ' ' . - - .P C11 .1, -- zf, . f L D Q-' 12.4231 O 1. . U ' Y 1 . . p... r ,.f 'i :xl ,fila- -, .A I, 1 lr-,N i., J, Q: '. r 2 ' , - .K V - ti" . . - -- b. I is ' 1-21 . i I V. .4 14. .' l a .7 V lj'-4 ' . 23? 1 . A . .. ,,o.' l 1-ii .u 1 , J, n X... '1 .-j- . -N , .-. ..' .gi -- I 1 5 . 1 .r- . - 3 rf, . .-.r 1. . , .4 I -sill., l 'SPL ' I u .- Q Q3 :fg- s. ..- ,.. .4 I .-1.5: Y no 4 ' '. . Q Jr-'. r'Z.':L.3' .. .- , 1 '.'.'-Ig: 4' " .'-.gc 2 1, . 'Z' f.- . n-, .1 1. ..,: 1 iz: fn. ..g.-,I 15 '. .-:I 2 .- . -'.F',' 3 . -5 f 1 Q.. . . '. 4." . . 1, Y 'W' 's f 1 55 , 5' nf' 'E 3 i ' -' - ' i I ,.i ,. .. .4 . .-A,.r..:,-A ,I 'L' . -2 f-V ir- - V mr,-11' ...g f, .. I Hx" ' "- f 7' 4 fn! ' Q'-1 .. I ' " , ff: "", A in , , 1 1 'rl," ' I-Walla.--,g. tiff -.. -,-f':- . '." .lj 'ye '. ..A,, , 55, T, ' QI,-'1 - The death' of The -MostvReverend 'Francis W'."HoWQ1Td, on January ELS, ff as a gr'eaf'shock,to,all those who knew and loved him. Hefphad been ,Bishopf A' ffj.51Q'f Covington' for aliiiostc-tweggtyijears, and during this time haG'f,:gv6ti'i1fhe-'-11QVQ' 'E-,.., 5 ,iff-fiand respect of all those who knew'hinjigand who worked with hirrQf3tf'A great educator-and Zelalo.us'rnissionary" were'buC'Qti5vo of hisroles. In theflattei.role, ' the girls of Villaiknow Bishop Howafiikthef--best. thQ.:'Sb'd'31flfQf-IVV? worked, withQIiim5fo'r the home missions. lqlowaridfforesaw the very great jffg '-'1 dangerqgsvrglme Church if she remained only in theficitiesl:ind-fifnnhergdoctrine was n,otQ: 5 tl 5pFg5d..'rhrrZQtigh the country, even into the mostfina.ccejssiblQe districts. a tripg, D. ..g1fi.fj,2fg:Qctobe'ti'3fto the mountain missions came theiirstisign of g1ae,l3iqh0p's1-weakeiig ,Qq?f32Egef5.If,QQ?1"4ing:"healthfQj-,He,yeht'to St. Elizabeth's Hospital andfjlvas-confined therqfuntili ,. 1--ef ' A . .. . . 1 4g.'5.'.. .1 , ..f,g..:.,-' '1- '::j-,-.-. - ny:-' r.-I ' ,.f.'4...- .1 ...--px, " --ls. f' g H. 36154 , ,:'.':--'iii 17:2 321' L-.,1,j-9, "S .., 5zu..3:,,f'i Qecenjiber. '?2Xfter,'his',fet11rn home he suffered a relapse Cgnjale-w'ftfear's Dayyand sank steadily till his death. 1' ug L" I f- Thefgreatest tangible monuments to'BisHopfI-loward two liatiirf Schools, one ,in'Covington. the other. in gL2ex1ngton,?5found2d.in and for the purpose of fselecting talenredfbqys from pafriachiiilgischools train jthepgh as future Cathglicgleaders. .,,ff.' 4' are two reallyffgrei! worl-ishof Bishop,-iHoward, but in the hearts of his ifelfgwmen there have beermiljerecteifmany more monuments of respect and love. 451115: -Q ' ' ,gf JOAN PLUNKETY '44 ' x.1,:f,,,5 , was Confirmation Day in one of the parishes of Northern Kentucky, some .gglggzfgfj geflglgti or ten years ago. Early in the afternoon little boys and girls could be seen wallfing gaily to the church. A little girl, who wasn't quite old enough to be ,423 .Clif-Sgleorilirmed, arrived at the church at the same time as the big, black car that trans- i Eff' the head of the diocese from one place to another, drove up to the door. ,Q-ji" ifiijfj:t1Qfg' .zflziff ,i'. 3 noticed the elderly man alighting from the car, but in her eagerness not to be fi. I T255 'L ,:fZ"t,alrdy she ran on up the steps. She reached the door and pulled at the knob. She 'Q'Effi.j.rfff5' ,, gagged and pulled, but the door wouldn't open. Suddenly a firm hand reached 4" ,fiiigfl , .ff xjiut above hers and gently opened the door. She turned around to thank the man, ic? "2 53,1 fghot noticing his priestly garb, and as he extended his hand, which displayed the ffamethyst ring of authority, she reached out her hand, shook his vigorously, and '-S. 4' 1- gf? said, "Thank you very much, Sir," and quickly stole away, leaving a very Z 1 . '. ,. w .-,A , S :,:' F . 5. it giaiqt- ,, , Q :J f . -.- 1 ' ,gj1:fQ4:'-'.,--1. . ' - 4, .fjigi-'lf'-.'. : .V ' 17. ..,.',3.'.- :- 5- - ' 4, fi- .. ' - - 1' iz amused and surprised Bishop in her wake. V There is no need to express the embarrassment of the little girl as she grew older and realized how very naive she must have been. e, Much time has elapsed since then, but that little girl hasn't forgotten, and was looking forward to the day when she would receive her diploma of gradua- 7-tioiillfrom her Bishop. God, however, has seen fit to take His Obedient Servant, f'afnd'sh'e among others prays for him and hopes that he will look down from his llbnlffplace' in heaven on her graduation day and will remember a stubborn church :::j'i:VdQQr,.1'arId..reCOgI1iZe the little girl whom he "admitted to the church" so long ' .. ifgggi'r.'fii'i:fig f ig-,Q-1 ,,- ,,f.-eg. ., ROSEMARIE CONWAY, 44 '- .f 'The'f2iif1Q5If:Bisflf1Op-Howard first reached me when was quitenyounggliv- 653 ing:infCjncinnati..Dad' receivgzdka 'letter'from"-hi'rnf-3514-1ing'.-ffovtfil"QQi1tifib11tiof1'-'f'o+: '.,.' ' ff -1.,' his Kentilcky-'hornge missions hen, when we moved to'Kentiicli5f,f3QQZn1-his 1:-.flff il' name'fw'as',bro1i,gI1ftfupE'Pl?regauentl'y'fa.letteryvas read from the Bishop' in-chfurbli .... ',', ' telling of the necessity':of-seindjipg children foLCatholic schools, or pleading 'fbi zfglf, -'gggg' ' , 5225- hlS'K9HtUCkY missions. Next to Catholic education for children, those Kentucky 15115-5511, n h 'l P missions were closest to his heart. He asked the people not only for their money ?fffIQ!ig 1215412 for-their Spiritual help- . . Q?,!,2,3,5ifQ?7,.4:f1iglgnt-'lrigh'school I have waited for the day that I could graduate with the gf 1fBrshop's.lgQessing, but now that day has come too-Tate. God has called him from Lgrgeg-.igifr 535,32 "this'ea4rrh1.rq,g,a5,greater glory in heaven. , -cuff' gf'.5cj51,.3:.G" , I 'f-.fifjig 'ff U .,,,g,.?f'- JEANNE CLAIRE VEHR, '44 E-,' SE.:5-:f:,!'v:,x::'.:.k-1,4 I l.. , . -,,f.. ,.l -, ' .!.',15.f fA.:f.2"Page thirty-six he-18'-. - it-. ' :ff , -s ' " '-1-'-'ff ' gi. .:1','f.,.: :.' .I Q 'Q' A x - . -' lr- . - ., 1' 1 Af -' .1,,.,, ,. gh, ,. .- - ..,:':, ,.,.f. r .. . '! '-.1 .A"f,-Y ' '. - .1 . . ,nf-. "' '- i .v - 4 . . Y J- if-...Q I .-,--2 I. - I 1-. ... . - V 'ul' 3 ""I.:,. .. , V-. t. i1'1': 1- - , W' . f-,- sg--.f ' ' !",g-.-:J 1"" tl ,'.J',f,1. '.1 . .' 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E 1'2" V ui .4 v 9 ' "" Sain and quite terrified abouta-tihgifyifholeqfhing. The occasion was Confi,rIniation,,.2ffIg45:7fE' lf had heard violent talesjgfff-thejBishop's mighty bloiwiop the face,5151it 'If filled with amazement,,QQfQii:iQZ2ifll I felt on myggheek vwdsiislight tap that I'Gyf1j,ld1f5.f. hardly walk away froin1fl'fe"'altar. ThisI,fee.lijig, of aniaigement rapidly changed, into an admiration that hgilggted till -' " 'fjiit s I Since Septembgffiii lfaiifbeen ffifg3kihg.'fforwa!Ef9to graduati'd.nJ,'so that again I could see theyman' who had.II,I113QQQfQSuch an? impression on 'ififnfggat Conf-'."f'j" firmation. I was looking forwardfigoIki'ssin'g the Bishops ring. Now'.EfiagIwil1-' ' never be, because Bisho15"Howard 'i5fnoy.rnore. He holds a place in my meinfqry that will not socinfbe occupied Ibyfiniofher. I wilf pay him the tribute5io2,.ig.Q1iII' 1 BETTY HUNSAKER, '44 I The Cradle of Benedictinism-Monte Cassino Somewhere it has been written that traditions were made to be broken. The truth of this statement is debatable. The object of this paper is not to prove or disprove that utterance, but rather to lament a tradition that has been broken, or rather bombed to fragments. I am speaking of the light of the Dark Ages, a center of culture, the home of the Benedictine Order, the monastery on top of Monte Cassino. Some few people condemn our soldiers for bombing this landmark: others consider that the bombing was a military necessity. I am in harmony with the latter. Is it not much better for the famous abbey to be in ashes, than for it to be in the hands of barbarians of the modern world, whose dastardly deeds might well be compared with those of the barbarians of the early Middle Ages? Oh, could go on all day giving pros and cons, but none of this will in any way lighten the sense of loss that has oppressed the heart of every Christian. So many things began with this ancient shrine, and so many things were ended, ..I,. remembrance in my humblqpYayersg1ff1NIay he rest in peace! .,g,f- - - .1 , gh ... .f .,',. 'if Jr K dire .4-. 2 1 .54-Q I' no .:,, . . .,-.. f i.-gf L ..:g, 7 II. , we I . -. ' I I, FLA ... 1 "1-U. 5. ic-as-i' .' '-."l. --,. Q. V. H .5 'i .. . ...-I .- l2'.' . ... J , -, ' ,1 '-,,-Lea, . ?f"4a lf'-..I 4-Q, l 1. , A '. ,LM -.Y . ., V ' 'L 1' '. ..'. "JW, Q '- . . 'a L . fi. ' .Jil - Ju, Jr 'Miha x . .. ..1 - --,a ., 1. .5 '-: 'J uid i.. ff-1 with it. Ralph Adams Cram, one of our modern day essayists, selects the Egllfidgg-::'fI',."'.2' ing of this monastery as the beginning of his great thousand years. ,-.If ag. .ff'i"f 5. 27'W'-'-- ' ' '5.'.5 - '3.". is "YC f' -'f g3'.5,'f,- lg ,II.' So many traditions and memories were killed when it was reduced2t3r5'.zi3Hesi" 1 ' " 5 na , .FTS ' H'-' A -. Contemplating its destruction, I experience a feeling of defeat black, t 'I ffdefeat-" " . -.gm f n K.-'-.0 ... .f and at the same time I am filled with ambition, an ambition tqIIg1ve,.toQif32e':iy6rld- 'L ' " Q". ' , - . ' ., ' e. ".' . . ' .1 . 1 P ,traditions thatiare just. as valuable and just as treasured as,t11Qgg.+Ii5gf,'Qii:I.t15e-If-argl?5':"7'1.' 1 :I '-ful-.djaylMonwfassihowaiibiiifilfiedf ,:If'-isItrue- th-at",th6'shrIi.ne is ifllshesf ,evieryf '- 'if 521 5 .'-:.- 'CJ 1- .- ' 1' :'.'.f ' - 5.t'hih,g'gis A destroyedl,-'ever3?thin.g, Bu.t.'fWh2rt,' Monte, CQ'SSinQ.' 'stands , fof: ' 'The 'idealslfg 5 my flI 2i",'3, '3 jlaat,ISaiht'Berreglictcsetl-fkirth.iri'the'RL4le"g5f'Saint Bfenedjc-t'a'fel sozpowefful-fhat' '-5 '.'f-.'Ig1L,ff-fi?Q'i nqifgirce weilQe't1than.GQd'.Cdu'ld dgstroyftfherrfi 'The physical traditiongi of Montc5""'.' -gs.12?::3f"g3'II,QQff2l are clesnroyedg ,but ,the-'spiritual t'raditi'orfs.',are ,gn--fmfre1y'difrefenr. srdryi 'y "Pigs E"i:'551E?- .'Whar?MoIme.Cassini-J:wasp-a'nd,wha?r-,Monte -Cassin6'srbbd.,for--win'Alive-.'in'f'fhe - ' fH.,"5f.ZfI iniindsiindhheaytsgofvgivery'Catholicgifand ii'i'pa:rg6iciilar"in't1je -rnirids and heai:'ts,gof' iff 1':.1" 4,1 sons and daughters 'of Saint'-Benediciy' the Benedictine' religious,2'Onl-y phiysiqal' -' ff. ff? lg" I.th'iIrigs..may'befIciiestrbyed:.Iiciealslareimmbitalf' -"-' T 'I 1 Q" ' ' ' -2125, --j?3 U.. ' - -' .' - 1- S-'L ' '-" 4- -4. ., .. 'f ,. -v:',o.I III:I,-III4: II II-I .I I - I II I,:,Ig I I A .III-L , I-.I?I.Q ' " -- H N -- - I. g'4. ' I. .I ' fn.: II I- .Ipage I ,I I . . 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By the time one hasiireachedhthegniature 'hasfacquired the philge sophic mind of af,Seniosr,"one wants ntgjysvettle down, at n1ghti'especially,'in recreation, and actf in a manner be,con1,ing11bQer dignified station in life, Ah! but. this lovely bliss is"riot,,.t4o last longffoii at avfatal moigrient in march the Freshmen, and, instead of enjoying the peacefulzraverie just attained, one is rudely awalgQed to the stern realities of life and totheicontemplation of wild animals onevshas known. -'SfQii"'i 'A " f The carnivorous animallailithiailaeautiful giggle may not be so annoyinigif but so much cannot be said for the ruminant variety. Need I say more! or expressi . , . ? my opinion of the jaguar s purring. Even the radio contributes its shrieks to the general pandemonium, especi- ally on Wednesday night when everyone, but a few who disdainfully remain aloof, crowds around that invention of mixed blessings to listen to the nation's favorite crooner. It was then I told myself I could endure anything but his placid tones, even to the extent of tolerating my wild companions. Remembering the old adage, "Show me your companions, and I'll tell you what you are," I was humbled. Could it not be applied to me also as I sat there comparing my friends to the denizens of the forest? My only consolation was the thought that surely the Seniors were proving themselves worthy of the stately positions accorded to them by the Senior tra- dition. Alasl that consolation was soon snatched from me by the sight and sound of my room-mate racing madly about. Naturally my curiosity was kill- ing me, so I sauntered casually over, to see what could have caused her so to lose her dignity. It was then that I received my first invitation to play "Go-Sheepy- Go." Heavens! but I was insulted. I decided, however, to forfeit my pride and try it. Time passed quickly while I was hidden behind the piano, and the rooms ,i began to seem less noisy, my companions not so untame. Their generosity in sharing their fun with me, their grave and dignified superior, was the deciding factor that changed my opinion of the under-classmen. In other words, aren't so wild after all! 'f--' A SENIOR oF,.f4fiih.,f. 27 '.'. - si 'lg .,1, 5 V fx N. Oh! Money! Money! J f Candy sales, missions, pamphlets, and so many others?-ilflicigfnnattere hall Ago' linvai-iably f.Bennj:,"7fhe' 'pigiwill 1 stare at you- :with f those, begging. eyesofnfjisfand tlo'wi11yoi1 'into your already'empt,yingQp0clcet for the 'missions.' 'Flqienf a little farther, and someoneholds you tolahpromise made ffway bank SeptJeinber,,'!fQ'ri1i:Ihing'aboutipamphleftsjyouithink, 'so agairrdowns-you dig 'for ,t-hat moneyf- Ohlrthat moigeyfl. Back' inyoulrfroom, safe 'at lastfyou thin-k soianyway. Wherefs. that sweater youfwant to wear? The last time saw it,"it'was'cm the"radiator." ,Well, tliarmeans anothernickel. Oh,!,'wel1, some day all youriinoneytroubles-willnbellover. 'Ma.ybeIf 1 Vi ' ' 55 .. 'r I i. N 1 . JEANNBCLEQIRE VE-I3IR,'.i.i'fli-4ifA4-fV- ' . I . V I :,,...'- I- - , 'Rage .thr'rty,-nine ' . ' - J it ll' 4 . 1. -f il W. -u vi. J 4 I, -: 5 . It I .1 :. 4, .. -qs. ff: I ..' .-5,41 -. , v f 1 ii X ' H: " ' 1. - I. ,A,, if ,. ,-. -' -' - . 1 p P . Sggng of Bernadette " ',, 'gif V.:-' 2 In afsnow-laden, .'-, ca'vern"st'ands the frosty-replicasof Our Lady of Lourdes. 'ff her feet leneels thechild, B'erf1adette,i a symbolfof every Villa girl"s devotion ,jig 53.151, "the Ladjff' E , ,V 3 , g .212-gg The seasonschange, andthe-,trees,,don their buds of greenffbut :Bernadette 4- ,'l.E2fLf" still kneelsas the-'personal 'messengerjofteach student. As the days roll into ,...f.' months, mcznths into years, the eagerA'Freslifr1an develops into a stalwarfT'iSenior. Ofttiniesfdufing 'retreat and springtime vvalksfshe fdllbws the stone parhiilto the shrine, .There she'-finds peace and solace ati " ' x i ., ij -1,", i' r "The grey-hewn Grottof . fe, i ' D f ' 4 :5Q',f,g5' . 355 A J Filled with shadowy-peace, " I l ...li ' A place of prayer: '1 ju A ff, Where troubles cease." .-,' ' "" ' 3, 17.-,,.. , A ROsEMAR1E,,'CQNwAY, "44F' fIg'g:jf'g'ri.Ij" 5" I ,- . ' 'tif-gi " 1 .fur .55-D.,-NYT h UZ. .I ,I vw. ,-6 - - ' . f f ,,55gq:g,,f4ig 5 y Lighted Windows . 5 evening the lights from the Villa-.blaiegg-., ,,.-,,, 5- . i 1Eafiff.5If3?iff' L' SiS:-thirty and all is well ' ' " ' ' se, if izfsifrli' :fL:f25al"' Ififf '-'-S54 .:. 51 .1 4 ' 9 taliiiiz' .. at e 151.4 A ' . J, boarders are havingnstudyliour. Pictureia disgusted Freshmampatiently laboring over a difliculgalgelfra problem, a Sophomore getting grey hair over a Caesgfi' translation, a.Jii7f1ior"jniounting biological specimens, or a Senior who, usediffo the routine, is busily engaged in memorizing a part of M acbeth. i".',:ff5f'Seven-thirty and all is well. 1 . Suddenly the lights in the study hall are switched off, and the recreation is aglow. Now the erstwhile studious girls are dancing, linishing home- 4T:if"3?.5-5 .T es. "- ' W' "k, playing bridge, or grouped about the radio engrossed in a thrilling mystery. ..1g5':-19" P-i .41 f . , l I at gayety one perceives through these windows! What a good time everyone 2' ggi-' 3,-5-y.f,' sgims to be having! Suddenly a boisterous cheer arises as the girls, clustered about -L' L-31?,:,'f3' 5 3.-.zgif 151 -,Elie radio, recognize their favorite crooner. Thus is spent the evening recreation. 'Q 1fI'l'3135P'i5f' -- "T:-',3f2?. Ei ht-thirt and all is well. Q: , ' Tfgie lights ,still burn in the recreation room, but the room is hushed. Not lil- gfeven a whisper is audible as night prayers overshadow the merriment of a few E 3 YS15. ', ji Q? seconds ago. The hall is lighted dimly as the girls ascend the stairs in a single, -if. ',-' silent line. Only the red sanctuary lamp is perceived through the open chapel door 3 3 fi' as each student bids Our Lord goodnight. One more flight of stairs is completed, ' ' I A and, as the third floor is reached, the lights of the dormitories shine as brilliant ' stars inviting one to calm and peaceful repose. Each girl hurries to her alcove. ' rspreads are turned down, and the scene is one of quiet activity until the call for 2' "fights out is sounded. One of the girls locates a band on a small portable radio, -' ' to the tune of a popular piece of swing, the nightly preparations are . ,'."16f5mP1et9d' . ,L gf-,jk -e"c' 'ENine-thirty and all is well. l xif Now where are the merriment, gayety, and frolic of song and laughter? The if" ' Ajlif 'W-Q 'stiidentiare all nestled snug in their beds with dreams and hopes and plans for the"rji'orrow occupying their busy minds. What lights does one see now? Only . jpg fri','f'l'l'aE1'l'i3llL'lightS which glow dimly the night long. , -4 Qjgg. LAVERNE KREBS, '45 :sl -.',' 'r , 1 ,L ff., 'ipl 5-,.:-5.-.T si... I V 4. A V. Y A Y Y 'A H 1 ,f .. fwmdswepf i - at .. . f -difffff 51 Q--' L3 .V High-'upbnfthe hill she standst, 'Weather doesn't trouble her. It is'h7aE.'frien,d-.' gif: L , The:wirid'geritl'y'ca'resses.her lofty towerythe snow is her blanket, the rai'n,-Elmer. bath. Throughout the year she looks on beauty, the spring s first buds, the sum- :A ff- mer's brightness, the fall s golden leaves, and the winter s frosty brittleness. She ',,4',f'j.vgfg:nJ-1iti..,:!:fV. mstands firm as a rock on the high hillprotectmg the people nestled within, singing T .". LELQA -' Q5-:fn Dfliffogj-heniflaer tidings of sadness and Joy from her lofty belfry. She is all beauty lp., iagfn-gg:l1Qfrb'fyi'Ihgi1gtip to her toes. As time sweeps on she continues standing in all her 1, I .',., ffglqy-AQYII Villa. , , if it A: . .T v 1 RUTH WILDE, 44 ' uri' f""l":i:F:" ., Igdge forty 5 . ilvirg tl-,.,,:.f 3 4.-iq --.!..-'7 '.'un."4 lp: 1' 4 'J ' , .:-.. 04-.. ii-: .,. ,. -32,-' --,321 " rj- .,, 1 ' .s..g, X :ffl li, -IQ 1 , I 6 ..f , ,Y.., rf, nz- 'l:.,I.-g, ,g E -v.-.z f. .-.,?"9lf'-1"51-'iff-:,. - ..V. f if "1 I S' , 1. lfi Aff f ,t1,gmg,,"j',,, '. ' in - - .. ,, . ., " " 'AV ' Ji, 2- I' 1 A V, -4 In - Q J :li 7.--Q i - vi.. J . Qf. V "Yf':3Qf5g'Q' ' -" S'-' 'ff-lQ:fiw':7 Let the 'lim-.igricane Roar -1' ff'f:'T3f"jj" if A ti.. "Double, double, toil and'trouljle," must have been wea-ther,..fman'g'. . 'JI theme song as he stirred up for February the.,eley4?n'th,,-Lfofhg"fp'r0-' ' af," -V v Ji-A duced the worst weather of 1ft1de'yeiY'. W But icy roads aniiQ9S heavy snowg-couQldn't , fp' if? stop us Villa girls and our escorts. got to the prcifnubnyway, and almost time, too! And not thevweather man, ,because the prorrrfis gccatlfgg sion that no one wants.Q:LQf'-rniiusszt' The prom was welliyvgrth the trouble en-tounji Vi 4' '- 15.1. v 'f ' : 4. Vg. N 'i T ' : . I1 ' '- K tered trying to get to wouldn't en joybfdancihg a smooth orchestra,-fin' 1 ' Ti a room gayly decorated for Valentine's,gl3ijf.?3,-SJ-As husulalgleleven-thirty camefialll too soon, but the blownofjf.-fTime to EQ:l'l6l'I1E!, wialsf-softenedgby thoughtsfziof V.'-'A" another prom to comme in May, andftlieffmernories "Sweetheart, Prom" just' I ' PHSY- if .""' fi" 15521554 2 11 , " ' e ,g..:,5':VL.'r'-9f'I:ff'f-:1- ,:-MARCIA RoED1NG2'Z"fl6L. -1 V. .-.. ,gf .- - V -. ., .Q 2 ,fe ': -V 4- . The AiutOCE?2i?E Breakfast Table "Life, within doors, hasffefyv pleasanter prospects than a neatly arranged and well-provisioned breakfast table," Hawthorne and Dr. Holmes might well ex- press such an opinion, but I am afraid, to most people of today, it is a dream. Just imagine the defense worker, office worker, or school girl, who sleeps until the last possible minute, sitting down to such luxury! Wishful thinking! She snaps off the alarm, dresses hurriedly, and rushes to the kitchen for a quick snack before the last bus that will get her to her destination on time arrives. There is no beautiful damask cloth for her or crested spoons or china cups, either. She quickly boils a little water and pours it into the nearest saucerless cup, to which she adds a teaspoonful of concentrated, quick-dissolving coffee. Oh no, certainly no hot rolls and sweet, yellow butter, She does not even have time to run to the bakery. And where, pray tell, would she get butter? Far be it from her to sit down to a bright cheery table with someone across from her. The blinds are still down from the night before, and the rest of the family are still slumbering peace- fully. Too bad: just what is this world coming to? ANNE DRESSMAN, '45 Two Loves I Have My two loves, my pet antipathies! I can hardly bear to relinquish them. First-my spelling! I know that unless I go through life with my little spelling-Qi,'f".:.'.. egg-' :Li J . ,,..,,y :A 1- 5 ..-, 11, ., ,..,-,. ,... . . R .1.. 11 is 11234 .- ?-1 5 .- . '--I.. fha .,-545 ',...'.-rx . , . 'i-34:16, :Va-' - 1 'ri ,.,j 62:- I. ', ' ' V I .1 I 1 t" . - V J '. ' ."'1 . -1- :Wg 1 . -.J , 'X' :'x '- . . , , . M'--a :fi -'4 . fx' ' ,v , .- ,- I -"-'. .V ' .,. J. ez..- .- '. . .- -W. Us I fini i L 9 :.j-'15, gf.-li - ' .'.- 07 -. ' .-1 "- 5 '- - u' ' ' ' ""'..'c ' s..'1 .!, - Lx. 'hh ' I' ., f 'Q-. 4 . -' ' '3- .: - 5 ' . I.. , , ., A. J 15.1, .4 .-.y book tucked under my arm a burden will weigh heavy upon my conscience. ..f .-g- . - ' rf " 2' 4.. . 1 ...-.7-,--. -c. -- now, I feel like a culprit when I put down a misspelled word on my Lat-iq51iape!Q?5f1'::: -1 ' x .Ag inward self I write the offending word ten times to put my mind at ease.,-2 for .I don'.t think I ever' shall be able to spell certain words uqaidegly' :feeling guilty when I mix the lettersgup., l Q I 4. fiiiiff' ,-jNowg .fk5F.'n'iyisecondhfifipithyi SI-liitini traixslati-oifLQ,' Sometimes 4-'I' .have7 the "1iiostg'h'or'rible"illusions-T I :gan isee'.n1y'self .so'uclearly- after 3gija'du'ation' sitting at ,hoinei alone Leveify nightf ffor, there is. a -,wat Qyou know, f besides ,that makes- a good'-excuse'-,fofgany .girl -fnowfagdays.-'A'n'yljrow,, guessuwhatzf ainlgwishing- for? Kiafin tfaffslafierfi- 'fi' . 575 I 1. -f .1 M11-'F' ' '. After meditatinggon June. aridfdlie prospective'1ossjoffrny.two' overpowering lovesj -Ilain convinced 'that',I'sh'aill 'riotber ablepto ,leavejthem-'for'aldayg' therelforei' I go throughqlifejwith',a spel,ling.bo'ok-india icqpy1offVerg'il.g,May'they live -forever-Y' 1 ' 4 ' A ' ' ' ' ' ,.'J.-N iv- . '.,, 4. ..' ' 1,4 I - . .r f,:,l?cjgcj. forryQope3:'. . I without looking the thing up first. Sometimes it gets so bad that to 'f . j. 1i,N-..... .Qi , .3 .,o. . .lp 4'- . ' A ,A- - .' - . -.,.- 5 4 .0 visions, now, of a decrepit old lady looking in the dictionary for "ex ', g ' In up --: 5,. .. - '.--.-nf - G 'S D: 2'-'.r ' 'A ,. - tx.fl!L. ,"-. ri . -,: , Au, - ezi.-. - 5- '. ' Ne f.-- .1 . w?.,Qf5',, - .- Q..-. ., ., s " -'.- ...fo , . 'gi 'os -.51-':':" 122721 . v,,,... M-...,.: S 'e -J.S'.'-. '-'.f'f!'1-T H ' , fg ff ,.'.-V:-j.. Q. 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H gl I 11527 Q ,,'A Taught .5 Me Wheneieir my thoughts sliallfriftiiback to school days, I shallhrernern- i her that old5refraingffSongS thaff my mother taught me," and'rec,all'fthe'melodies". that the- Villa hasftaught tJo'i'ts'giills,1.5 Thesound of the wind whi'stli,r1g'th.rough the trees: theilfiearti-throbbing sight ofiwnsetifand Blue Skies: and thefvirgin 'white dogwood, bllhssoms of Villa in the SpririhijAalle-'laaurifiiigqridelodiesu7iByuttifaniosti of allfg the songshthaitifirever grow old, that were.Qs,tingon'- specialqhplidays vduringthe was never a holiday unless itlfiadiits soris, :Thebus would echo thqfijovial Thanksgiving songs, and theinierr-y caroling fat Christimastidein .j,3Q7f.jQiije.fQ'.'1',fQzfE'I,U1'gly a Senioi' cafritell, you what each passing holiday-meantgeach one bu-ildingf J.:-2-p'f..T--:g,5' A . .j ,r '."' 11 . '. 4' 'A g f' ' 3.3. .I Y . 5 , . a'road'that'sWfftTy'led,to graduation. ,V r, - .5 ' . A 5, 3.No75matter how' cherished the othersongs were, the most precious, the ,one that glstillycan bring a tear tofyour eye andfa lumpf fo your tl'irioat,"rh.3g shall ever strike afrisponsive chordin your heartg is'the'mem'gfjrable scho9l'songf7Vi'lla M ine. .' rf' A . ROSEMARIE CoNwAY,,.a44 ' ' 1 U: 5 X 7 Q :,, . . . , Q53 The Making of an American r IQ.gff'!f 1 if. I. g'gTo be a good American doesn't necessarily mean that we must do something ,J fifvogriderful or spectacular for our country or hold some high position. There are N fotfigr things just as important both to our country and its citizens. "ff, "" ' :fl The making of an American begins almost as soon as we are born. It begins xx., ' .--'n-.' .- . ,-rl-I-25:2 aff' g,,'fgQ1,f-gf when we receive our lessons in training and discipline at home and when we are . an -1.1-:'.' -...Z .-.U--:iz ,. . Q, n tiiught to distinguish right from wrong. -' -f-1' - When we are sent to school rules are set up for us which teach us to be ffl: t5:,,: 1, .1 1:-z-e .-ffonsiderate of our fellow men and to obey the laws of our country when we are Q gn I. g.,I,- I v.' " " 1.'-f '.. 5' ' '17 7.1. ',-.,' .1"- ug! - 5... - Y. .1393 In Y: . .jf 1 , -- 4. . . .A ,' fl. .1 l , . .4, 'S . .. r Q-f s .,-if-15:-l. -'C . . .--Q . -. .,.-.1 '.'C!g...Aff. :Q I . 'ff-1.-1 .1 s V 'fn ' 7 '. S-.-s.- Iv- .Inga Z -E' 'Q-ff: ' 5- -t-.1 . . tfi'.+ .1 .13 . '-.l.s- V - 1-'44 - r",.ff . V,--..,f. 51:3 ',- A ff?-f - - . . Jr. .f fl -- 1., - wi? . : .1 -' ,. -.1 .- r 21: .' ..r', .. . -, . .. .. rl. Us , et. ., W... A .,,. . ., -- ...y. ., f.., , '3-,-a:,.'- . - ,1 1, . ,ae-eg, -,- '., ,,-, .3 L.. R .., - , Q -...- ..-,,, J, , 'vi ' -1 11355: ' "0 1 ,A . L'-I-, 1.-1 . -:.f1sgr-- ' . -.1 ' ,-uv, '. f . ,gout of school. In school, our minds are trained, and we are taught how to take 1 our place in the world and to do our best. The work of our Villa is to assist, day by day, in the making of an American-nay, in the making of many Americans. RITA J EGLEY, '46 I -'.. 3 U The Yearling s 'It was a bright, sunny day in September when the doors of the Villa opened oncej more to welcome a new class of Freshmen. These girls entered with the ,tirnidityiand awe that are so characteristic of Freshmen, but after a few days they 'began..toZ,feel the cheerful and friendly atmosphere that fills the halls and rooms 'of the school, :they entered each new classroom they found something new to -'attract them' even' more to 'the,Villa..,'If,he.ir firstvisitbto the chapel.will,he,t6meni7 berediasilong asthey continueitofind peace andquiett-hereinf,H'6im.5'1igffere,nt do' theyhseeit-he,.,rec.1at-.nQQnl The'-pleasant, hours they spend there" d'aiic'in'g.,and laughing, 'and'talking.,,to'ftheir,.frierids,--will be as enjoyable a memory as the thoughts of the swimming 15601-or the tennisicourts on a warm spring day. The new experiments of the science class, the movies on foreign countries, and their 11.131 f, 4. lu K o . I 1 Y '-" yagjzj' Moyvnllirst participation in an English class assembly will remain always fixed in Qygfi- . ztheirgheagts. Even the perplexing letters of algebra, and difiicult history dates 'is' ' "9-ipiill'siSniegday be delightful remembrances of a tirneidear to the heart of every girl 1 Ig... as she looks-I-back at her Iirst year at the Villa.,h.,5'i -if QFFLI 5 35" ri: ff-F i' , . NANCY O'CONNELL, '45 'p'fL.?.Q'-' i T .if.t'Pt1ge forty-two 5-:iff .'.:.'5.3'i1:. i f , . - . .ga J - . A. ---' ft "f i- ' m .V " , L, I . .- 4. f 'w -1- - . .- fjl. 4 , 3-Pg,-.-I, fir-44,3 .f ' ff' . - , - - .. Q a 4 -, M-' " . f L ,. h . g ' " , fit., I ' -. . f a 1. ,. ge. ,. I fs . ff ., .--- ,., .' I- 1 4 I... - . . :uv ala. : These ..,, ,IW'o'Hands ,A-k h A hospital in distress and maiiyiridle hands, a plea for help and .manyiwilli ing hands, a quick decision ari:g2l2,f,x1aany'busy hands-yes, tlgiis-if-about what took place at the Villa among ouiigstudeiits when we heard gfrtiainr Elizabethsiurgent need of workers. In no timefaltfill, leiiding a hand atfthe' hospital became routine to many, both day schoiga3fs.'ariti-boarders. This, besides being the mostiirac-ticlalj and valuable experiendfgffvizeqgifiuld acquire, gives usfareal thrill to'knowf,t1fiai7,i although only in a we are abletoffhelp,Carrying trays, tidyirlgfiup rooms, sorting linen, cleaning carts, and, wiring bandages are a few of the seem- ingly unimportant but necessary tasks wthich- we-haVe"fak'en over. Odd thougihfit may seem, it is these very things whjchconsume sojfgnuch of'a'.nAurse's day. performing these duties, however, niakesjtijeir work lighter, hence -relieving more angels for Uncle Sams mercy campaignQg?ffIhen it.is1no more than ourgduty to spend a few hours"in aiding a hospital, for what are a few moments fspent in ourselves? ' 'fi g 'i ' HELEN WAGNER, '46 Exit Laughing "Laugh and the world laughs with you." I have heard this familiar quota- tion since I was a babe in arms. To date I have never had an opportunity to test its accuracy, however, the opportunity for doing so is coming, I fear, all too soon. It is sad to remember that the happy days of my secondary education are practically completed. In fact, it is enough to throw me into violent sobs, did I not hold myself in check. I don't know how you view it, but I always associate tears with dire tragedy, and I do not feel that they are at all appropriate on graduation day. Instead, I feel that only smiles and laughter should have place on that occasion. It is true we are, figuratively speaking, leaving our cradle, but shouldn't we smile because of our delightful memories? William Shakespeare says that all the world is a stage. On this stage of life many tragedies are enacted, and all too few comedies. I feel comparatively safe in asserting that the school days of any child are a gloriously happy comedy. Would you sob and lament over a delightful comedy? Of course not! These are my arguments. Are they not ample reason for me to exit Laughing? BETTY HUNSAKER. '44 ' bf. r Y Research Problems Shall we send Dolores's notebooks to M cCaII's or Vogue? ff.,-1" ,I 4 - What will the Orchestra do without Joan Plunkett neigti-,yga,p??f':f-'Q-.": Eff' :IS'Marx-iAimif.Stuslvii1sJ'fQmmercia1. adv?FfiS.i.r1s'-QG1' 'hfrslv' wrhpiliriz "5 c..'-nofeb0Q1ee-.'.-- g ,g- - , A - ' . ' 'Isit possible'fhat'Ruth'and Bettyiareflrish? 1 H- Q - -. I f ' ' Could ,Rosemary lVIcCollough 'havethosen' a more appropriate 'solo forthe 'bgfffii'-Saint"Pa'tr'ickfsiDay Sodality'prdgraxri?-'-- 1 ' A ' V 5 ' '.3 How ni11ch.Io1iger 3iVill:it take Dorothy ,Mae to finish her sweater? ' , - . ,'Wliat'could-have caused Joan Siemens prematurely grey hair? , . , Q, ' Is,-Nancygfdeserving ofj the degree'M.A.f+QMaste'r of Alibis? . g ' 'A .pWhere.,1can DoloresLf1ndi,authentic'informationl concerning Alan .Ladd's fhaving isolated alum'ii1uin?., f ., " 1' . rf .anyone-explain'Rose.-Ma'rie's "Bought -and-passed on','landA'Rut,hfs. af., .,j:3f'1Q6g1gghtand.so1d7'?. -A fl ., . I ' -A .1 ' 3 1 ' :ge .- ..' . : ' . - A f. - . Hi.. ,fr j-, g, - Z- i V- -1.1. ',fj..fq'-' I ,Ragenforty-three A' ' , ! enjoyable work compared to the saaenieeg of our service men? Besides, wh-yi,-ligyef we these two God-given hands ifnot to help our brothers less fortunateitharg, 1 ."' zips' 5' fl 5 -..gy 'fm l . w , 'ZPL' ' ' -...gg iii' g -3"f. 1 -25" ff- ,ff - Q' . 'Eff fs, .- , .-'- x ,-, '!, g". Ei". .. ,- gg 5- nz :Q -2, . f.-A. 11.11, .y : L'-1' -5: 21' :f .5,..j'.1: .1-fifgjlf' ., a .. ..., -f-'19 ' 'V z-ga.,"'-' 5.1-Z:.".7.:2A', -, ,g.'.s 'i'4f .,- V. Q13 I :sim ' -. .j.-'.-.. '.-.H . 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' ' P E 'L A, :Is 8 -Eg-' L, is 15.15, Ritaglegleyf-fits equally well in a trio OfA?lf1.3::SCXt?ti1'i55,'.h g Jai, Ruth Fa-ulhaber and'Ruth Maloney havelflearnedfthit-hafviijggthe name. - -.,e. . isa-sometimes confusing in class. .-j 2-ttf,-,'.g-A' ..L,j:fQ1-'ffigtf tiblfigif'-'Q' ' . Q: Murraygfindsihospitals more interesting tIa-an.schbols,y,.- f ,b 1,5 : the perfect technique:-ifor livifnghlthirciughany classlfxvitlmia - ll. east . Y -' 5.55 A -.ZZ--1. A . 2Bark5ara hopes SOQn.'tO. own a portable.'telephofne.., " ffPat?fy- Geers walksfcarefukly near the-biology since it has acqii-ired its new i jiipecimens. .. I z, .-ff? f f-ffii Q H 'I " Qgtffff .jCiQaldine cannot apibgeyziare censored mail..,,Q5- Wehi A ft ' 'r'.Qljlgiine Moser adviseslftliatlfqill-folds-should riot be ,made hurriedly. A J I 15 i?5u.line's scalgiel .fingers easiertogslicefthan sheep's heads. -fwehope that the7"lj'isrfegy Studio Will' notdiscover Jeanetteyuntil she , pjpjg? graduates from V. M. A. ' . . -' F ' f' Q3.Nancy is grateful that her blue rimmed glasses have been found. V' :ifial 'ei fr , , ' ,.f2F'Marynell thinks a civilian question deserves a civilian answer. 'ba A Jane finds pig-tails lend dignityrto a' Senior. ' f :Ei ,:::g.g.4.,' .gg Helen Wagner adores public speaking. . V ' Z, if f5'iQ--'33-Qi-Q'5Z.' QQ? Mary1Loretto asserts that even a bookworm finds some-.books hard to digest. 545.-f 5 fagjsg'-if' - Jo Ann Pricetal-res her setting up exercises with Webster. . E12 izsgffjiggir .2-ig' "'g'.."..Q-1, Donna's magnificent inertia sometimes renders even bneathing an effort. 4 .J-.1g.f,- , 'Elf . Patricia Schilds Would as-yvillingly fonego ameal as her daily Walk. . vp Z' " ' Rosemaryfirote may yet produce a perennial best selleralike Plutarch's Lives. T..-.-.. .- ..- , H .xp ,I Jw. Q. -." .I-. . 5 1 - Q' is :-I .. ..- .3 ,. f fif. - -A ,- q Q, ea.: ., v ".,-:,-. . . 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A .5 li . - . . . - '-. -s . -. 8 I , -:I .-.F - - sr-. .- P 1 f.. ,. 'L il Ann.Byrne is our Pied Piper from West Virginia. f - Rita.LDecker believes in twosomes for diving. V Mzgy Joan was much surprised to find a noted relative in stdfdying World istory. - ' - 4 y h Jban Martin may decide, before her Senior year? which corner she prefers as 'her bus stop. V ' I ' A' ., f ' iSheila's exper' p ce in running for- the bus should qualifyfher as a track' star. PerhapsfRuthxSi:heper could explairrthe adaptability of tennis shoes on land or Water. - s V ' ' ' - ,-" 'Uoella has found-that setting up exercises are most profitable 'if taken at night., F ' - - '- - - Jean -Bergfer's best loved charadter in fiction is Lorna Doonet : "f::9.'lSQ1aty-.Catherine Rfbe 'knows exactly where to find coooons for biology. 5 .,Z .'.'PiisciIla"istfirially getting the lIang,of boarding school. A ' . "iBeftjfjHunsaker. thanks.to Herod, is now aligned with the 'Divine Sarah.' Margip.R2W af-Gluld, easilyfwin out in a laughing contest. " Ku'es7is-:thai-Xfilla -pinfup.gir1..of.ffgj,.. , , 1 ...K .1 .....'.,-',33,7. ..1,:.,.M.. Vu-grn1a.McCormack is still. wondering who Won' the-Civil , 7 'orilyuone slip-this'year.u ' ' V, ' . A +25- f' Margie Macke's nextiirhitation of Sonja-,Henie will be arranged nearia First Aid Station. , . , Q 4 J Ruth Maloney has a fondness for Ilizzie 'that is not sharedby her sister. Pa,i5fSpille has discovered that hockey is not exactly a parlor game. Qj"'fPfiiLiii1la's present ambitioniis to run a delicitessen.. "f 'Jeariire Claire could raise the shade of Vg-rgil' with her translations. 1f'il2Jg3i1j1i..Reese enchants and is enghlatrtedivvith her Spanish. ". 'TQTQ ' -' .' A in forty-four . 'gi I ,. .-- ' Ellen Groeschen'has a prioritiyfoni iatigfie furlougiisy ""-gui' ""- 'f-r:-gf., 4' .- Vi.rgirria1M'cl'2,fanieltis -pf6l1d..Qf thearemarkable improvement 11'l'TS?9Y1!1g'E- f U11 . . . Let him do all things in due measure.-REGULA S.P.N. BENEDICTI-XXXL V, - 1 -,. . : ' - 1.531 -ak .A .,. , . -. -., Q Y ' if- -f . L ff", " .. , -- ,., fy. D,-Q., .'. Pr-- .', - . .. S:-'ry -.x 7.-,,.,.' .:' ., . 7 A N . - - - .:,':-51'...'4J 42 H ,, , ,-.., . -- - 4- . . it ,, A . ,U - . , ,. , w J? 2 2 'W E53 1 ' V A. 4, I H! .V sf,--.1 qi., -H fu- ' - A.: -5- y.-Q. -7 -74, Al- l fu- Ani--.-1 i.-1:17. :lvl tbl- G x QA.. Z! E' , e -' , . -1,22 - " " . Viifijgitf-'--. , V i., I ., m.:,:-..l, .H .. .'f,:l:.H5 ' Tweaglfffwlrl - gf rn "This will be my shining hbur',5il2,sang Diiiah shore in her f3ipicaVi1:'sryga.1-. g while scores of couples swayed to'.the-'iclbvely melody. It wasllfliavember lZ,-.Lthe -. 4.11, Q, f- 3 night of the "Tweed Twirl'l,.'gffHt,,-Iilijst dance of the year-,'aI,5tflfie"V1lla,' andrlgefrec I E-gtg: - was overfiowi-ng with Sophgxfnoigsj ,,Luniors, Sen1ors,.a-rfd'the1r friends., '- ' 'AJ- In one moment could, beilieardvfthe bewitching vioi-fe of our favoritelblues singer, the next. a' popLgfgir'jive2"band.: Yes, of col1fSe,."it was, jusr,.gQfjLilke.,blolxfi dance, but we couldn't Iiayeieg-joyed it any more if Tommy Dorsey' himself Lhad- been there. 5?5'lii5+fii5tV'i'i if ' Everyone knew everyone else, and thefdamice tumvednfqut to be just one large party. When we weren'r,-affirming Wgjveire either: 'thecurrent news and L passing it on, or else Ilingeriiigover aigegke, potato chips, and pretiels., 'I-14 v., rar, -.- 'if 4' : - . au x .lg f'-' Everyone wanted to ,prolong the lasiiyfew minutes as long aspossible, too soon it was time to leave. :.Z.i'.J"',"3-f'i'13'GER,qijjfNE MAYLEBE1si,:f??E4L, Corrie, To Book' Land I Aldz ii let. ifgzf. The lights in the recreatifinilrociirn' were dimmed: the audience of students'-71 became silent. Then the curtain was slowly opened for the beginning of the Juniors' Book Week assembly program, a tWO-act playlet, which was presented on November 18. Every member of the cast tried to hide her nervousness as the play began. Although two years had passed since each had participated in her first assembly program, stage fright still existedi ' Weeks before the play, attics and trunks had been invaded to secure the de- sired costumes. Many a brother's or father's wardrobe had been invaded to fur- nish a costume for Oliver Twist, the Prince and the Pauper, Tom Sawyer, or other masculine friends. Several of the outiits had served for Hallowe'en costumes in the past. Each and every costume could tell its own story of the past years, but each and every one had to serve in making our first assembly program of the year a success. PAULINE NOLAN, '45 A Star Shone .A Star Shonegour Christmas play this year, was given on the afternoon and ,f.'.-r I 1 'Q c -11 , .4 .f,- .Q Q NL-D f .. ge. .4- L, 5, , . .-. 3 '.u If .H 1. 15.1. :R . . '-,dial 1, '.4."'4. 0 .,, 3 iw . .I .. ev.:- i4"". fn I. A. '.' . .4 5 -.1 i 1 mfr ' ' "" 4 fi i z -,, L'-. .r I. -5. ,X- -. .,v.,, A. .v - ,' 'W , .1 . , ... , . .,,., 3314,-.,. - .--x. I '. ."' . Ll. A N aff"-1 '-n- "- 4-..- '-Z1-." 'G .-,. . ,, af 45. 5:1--5. - 4'-:J evening of December 16. Unlike most Christmas plays, it contained, as well as 5,1-5 2'-zifmii., the familiar and beautiful Nativity scenes, all the elements of a top-notch drama- 'gg-1,rQg mystery, intrigue, suspense, and comedy. Q?-.js 'jj I The play was presented for the benefit of the Mountain Missions, by t,lg'e,f1.-.Q ffl Q.: f --,fi Seniors, under the direction of Carl Tittman, and was eminently successful-,..,.botl'fQfff-Q,---A.2 11,5655-f-gS'.i in production and in the contributions of food, toys, and money for Ch'i'istipaSq'4--1' 5 ff ' f' -,TQ 1 .-:--,-' -.zu-e. -1 .-. Q .. Daskffs' JOAN PLUNKETT,5:"'fl31v ,p1g' ' .L 2 :i'5- ' -..':-+12 - .' 'fx ' I 5?f.qj3?f.- nf? .-f 1-' -my "- -"-. Blfd Lore .,, ,,, ,ia-5y.'.'-far'1.:'.'j, 'f'- --,fx Q g.,.,-.,.., . nt... .' ,,.. I ,lv :gr-, :Slime passeigmi.-,v.ffi5,fffmhea fhingg.Qandf.,pQQQia fha? iiefliiiri' fdelifl'-55625152 .,o'n'ly'Qmem'6iies."-Anna Efird'-S,teW'a'rt'sieiatiertainifigf talks' wefiseniors fshall 'hear nog". mor?" I-Durliiggojlf'Yearsgatcthe-Villa wefhave1'learn'ed to' knovxi andito look 'fori Ward-to the .coming of Bird, and. wr-mfpamCufaf.1,y grateful 'thiatithe 'Milla-:"' if was pniher lectujre sched1ile'for1l943-l944j1IEqch'year she relates fo us experilenciesi aif1d'irrteresti1ig"bit-s bflbib that she hasfgathefed through'-herfezrteilsive itravelsilfflii future' years, when we'hearlthat-'she'.l'5as 'been 'at the7Villa- we'shall'remembef:Bz'bi , 1. --L q' . ,g 1 ax' 1-.nf f ',.. -' .-i'.'!'s. - " -'cl' ., . . 4, ,- .-. -- - -f.l- ., 521 Lf-'i'," . - -' '- -1'- "'.'.4'-'IX " 'Qsfe-.fi 31553332 ue 5452... q:..f.j:?:rQ,, Q'-s -. f' an -:T-,,:.-, -"H -l I '-I -.4 .' ' ,Hug I.. .. f. -I. , A .. 0-. .L .+I fr.: tg. .44 'Q - . . . N, 1' f, U10 Bf1k?E'S,HUf'?ff 'hS1"SfQ'f12S,9f fh2.ftr2ndfl,y. 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K .'f'." , -' '-2 ,:"?' ,, ' , 'on Febggiafy 2, Micky Maiise1tQit1f15i5niggas,-Pi'utQ,,D5na1a Duck, aaa fflzhumpy, carrie to the Villa.. They were introduced by Mr. Gordon Graliamiinl fgharge of special events at Cincinnati. Of course, theses,charac-te-rsgof' giour favorite cartoonsvwere not traveflin jal-one. They were properlyfltlhaperoned by Mr. D'onal.dq?Graham and Mr. Dick iflitclfiell of the Disney Studios,.'in.-H9lly- wood. Mr,i'D6nald,Graham is an instructorQof artists,'farid:,lVlr. Mitchell iiszfinelof thegartists. While,.Mr. Donald Graham lectured, :Mr, Mi3trhe.l-l.demonstrated 'by drawing, tghe:'charac'ters on a large bl3Ckb03fd:Q4'1-MI.f'GOfdDH ,Graham concludedf theigprograim 'byiannouncing that the two Disney representatives wereftburing A ongfa talent search, looking for artistsgoiflall kinds tol.'draw'iiearfoons,i fflandscapesjdorvanylsprtlpf sketches. He explained therqles-of current cijntest, the prize foirivvhichfista-'xtrip to Hollywood, particularly to-the Disriey.Stud'ioi:f'j- - 1- ,9" -, A. MARY JANE.aPOPKEN,ji45 -f,1 A glflffmely ,Marathon D' fy year a new contest Chas engrossed us, 'atfWar Stamp race.. Evefy noon youfcajy find Pat Spille or onefof thegpther Seniors seated behind a desk., in the Hrst corridor sellingfWaf Stamps and Bonds. The desk is logiated at a strate ic point so that no one can miss it. 'V , he race between the classes has aroused interest in the project. Different colqifed pennants indicate the position of the classes. The Sophomores won the ,kracefiluring the first semester, and the whole class received a treat. r- -f-T All the classes, realizing it is their duty to help in the war effort, have co- f- '. 'auf N AW ,,,...,,,opgated in making this project a success. By the Hrst of April the total sales of 4 JiL,,:B,6nds and Stamps had reached Sl426. We are sure to raise that amount to r' f.1:1:f7 1' ' OO by June, but we hope to exceed even that figure. MARY JANE POPKEN, '44 --u . -7 ' Q 3. Activities in Biology I .- . ,.., , - . - 1 -.,... Q. Q , 1' ': K H...-I rf, r .Q :IL rl ' 17 n '-I.. .Jn- h. 1 nf . 35:-g A ., T. if . 1 if -. rl ' " - 'I' '- .' 'J uf -'- ,-4'- .f'i. .23 .fgll-1.' . ,. . i- .', tn '.. .-. .:' 7. .J . ,.,.'a wr . '.:.-.-.. - Q .3 K '?""r' ..- ,-- ,- Q-.f.. I ,x .4-1. , ' -,Eiga ' , ., 1' "e .. ' ' ' " 1' YB' ' - ,n,.'5.0 1 , ,fzfi , '.:",'. . .Q . . Q. v,, . 1,-g.. . -W. -. 1 is On Friday, February 19, we enjoyed a trip to the Baker-Hunt Museum of Natural History. Miss Iardella Lynch, the educational director, talked to us about the different orders and families of birds and insects. The birds, in glass iiqses, were perched on twigs mounted against scenic paintings of their natural lrabitat. This made them appear very colorful. The insects were preserved and ai'ra,nged in wooden boxes. We had to leave much too soon, but we were de- ilighted when Miss Lynch told us she would come to the Villa this spring and j'pfOIlClllCt a field trip with us. J ' As a project for the Junior biology class, seven girls undertook the prepara- ,,piQn.rot,sei1ega1 skulls from animal heads. We began in the first part of December. jI.nto.the'.l7ab we went, armed with scalpels, knives, and what have you. After the "loose-skingtongues, eyes, and brains were removed, the heads were left in alcohol -for aboutflthree daysghand then in naphtha during the Christmas holidays. . f -, -, ,Finally'they'w'efe'ready to be boiled in commercial peroxide, 4,This loosened the,-fleshland ,bleached theibohfes. We' removed''the3lres1T1'fo'f 'i15szie'ifil5g'g with knives.",AfterQjnfiuch hard workfand 'many cut fingers the skulls,'nunib,er'i:1igj'four,, three sheep'sand Qf1e.,c'a,lff 5,-.were ready forexhibition. The job was finishedffaiffl- thereupon we decided to offerlbur first sheep's.,skull to Villa Madonna College biology class, "to have and to hold from this day"fprward." Q, The members of the biology class were pleased with our gift, and they ex- -'-.. are 1- ---pressed their appreciation with kind words and grateful acknowledgement that - .Q- ' 4 Qi:2:,, to make the skulls, or our heads, swell with pride. We were proud 4 Q " ' .. x.. x,-Vi. , I I ... -...,v 1 J" 'to,fh.ave"acgQmplished a project with such fruitfqaliewards. I ' "f '3'-'jeff RosE MARIE Qg1Q1-i.1'ii1t3Zi:45 and JEANNE REESE, '45 ,-,.f, N.: ':,-.'- "-' I . . . f ' Y ,'.vj,g.'4I3abe forty-six ' ss . i' . 4 ' X .fy J r Let us so stand to sing, that our mind m Lbllifh OUI' UOICQ.-REGULA S.P.N. BENEDIC ay be in harmony TI-XIX. Senior Music Group .lo Ann Price. Joella Schmidt, Helen Wagner, .lune Steinman. Margie Macke, .loan Plunkett, J in Yogelsang. Caroling We Go The spirit of Christmas prevails over the Villa, and a blanket of snow usually covers the ground. as tradition once more carries o n. Happily traversing the corridors from floor to floor. the pupils from the grade school. with song books in their hands, are the first to be seen. Then the older students follow. their voices resounding through the Academy. From the tory. into the rec and the classrooms. the spirit of song is the school, merry jingles are sung on the way over to the custom once again bows to the Senior class. The privilege in the convent infirmary is one long looked forward to by the strains of HO Holy Night" fill the air, the hour of car library to the dormi- wafted. After leaving convent chapel, where of singing to the nuns all underclassmen. As oling is over, and one ul' the Seniors' most cherished honors is now. for them, but a treasured memory. NANCYO'CoNNI21.l,, '45 lkldi' fol'tt1-wt' " 1',.H"7P,,s Ml ' - -l ' W -X I 1 - . -1. ' . 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P11510 Solo-Lament Harold To A Comedian Cadman J o Ann Price ive Maria Schub Soloist Mary Joan Saladin and Chorus Piano Accompanist Jo Ann Pr ce Crt Junlor Pr1v1lege Juniors at last' last year s Sophomores uttered as they started to school Yes Lt was going to be the most wonderful year of their hitherto carefree career an to top it all they had the privilege of sleeping in the Senior House Lucky Seniors- to have .Tumors under the same roof' Of all the new privileges given to D these happy Juniors this was the one most looked forward to The very thought of sharing a room with two other girls sent a thrill right through their 6' " agile yourx bodies Nd race for this or that anymore no quarrels over spacek and none of the noisy disturbances that come with deep slumber Well' not so many noises, anyway The wrndows cauld be opened to any desired height There was plenty of room for pictures oh lots of pictures and the radio could be turned on at any time of the- day Yes maybe even at nights when it is late And then there s the order given by all the occupants of the room that "' 4 eyeryone must knock before entering This was a thrill all in itself But what abou:-tathe girl who doesn t want to leave the dormitory? Such a girl doesn t exist, or does she? JOELLA SCHMIDT 45 P- D- 4 Q P37 ' Bage forty eight ,5- -- A Let him act with prudence and not go to extremesw REGULA S. P. N. BENEDICTI--LXIV. Junior Class Jeanne Reese, Mary Dell Kammer, Anne Dressman, Ann Middendorf. Nancy O'Connell, Irene Bertke, Rita Anne Krebs. Laverne Krebs, Rose Marie Quaing, Anne Moser, Ruth Scheper, .loella Schmidt, Mary Catherine Rahe, Pauline Nolan, Marybly Harwood, Mary Ellen Groeschen, iMargie Schneideriabsentyl. Concert Pianist The girls of the Villa were delighted, on February 16-17, to have as their guest the distinguished young Spanish pianist, Veronica Mimosa. A few of the girls had previously enjoyed hearing her, either over the radio, at the Cincinnati Symphony where she has appeared, or at La Sallete Academy in a concert spon- sored by La Sallete, Holy Cross High School, and Villa Madonna. Miss Mimosa gave two concerts at the Villa, one on Wednesday evening, to which the parents of the students were invited, and one on Thursday morning for the whole student body. JOAN PI-UNKIi'fTY '44 Page forty-nine I All things which at first he observed not without fear, he wzll now begzn to keep wzthout any effort.-REGULA S.P.N. BENEDICTI-Vll. ., .,,,..,.,,.,., .mm . .M .. Q. ,, ,,,,,., ,lint ,Tw ,VW ,F,,..,:,,??.j?,1 t iw ff--'wr-rf'-' --- M r 4 ry. ',1-fswm 1, ., T 4,1 -, ir J ww- - -4 it H, A ,M at r , r f i ., iarwzarui .. , t - . wr Jv4rLm.w-.1..1.f..-.-JJ. ,uw,q.n.i.fmfi,.,r-N,-m1:.r X. .i....J.J-QL..-:.,4s,....-L.-V r, fn asm.. i .:. nf. A.. rs- 5. .5 ,. ...rm ..1.1..L, Lu.4,g-QM..w...llrl..n.e....,L:iU::a1a1:.Au.:u..,,Qe .aa-Jf.1..lQ4.Au..ilJ,.,klr,1'.,.,a.LiL7.i Hulk. ' W., JL fm J.. "1 .vt 3.51::i'lQZf.fv..Ei.A22tiL.s.i1zisdg::.nlf -Slzlil if rfmj ..A,, h.. ..,., . ,A.,. ,A,hh,. ,X .i .r ,, W. ,r 4 .1 ..hA W .r . ,,.,,,., .1.. ,.,,.,V,, ,,M, A .h,A., j,,,,,:!,,,,,Www Sophomore Class Joan Martin, Rita Jegley, Sheila Plunkett, Helen Wagner, June Hazel, Joan Siemer, Patricia Schilds, Rosemary Grote, .lean Vogelsang, Mary Nell Wachs, Margaret Bimel, Loretta Sul- livan, Barbara McCoy, Alice Murray, Priscilla Porter, Donna Spille, Mary Shields, Marcia Roeding, CRosemary Kues-absentb. President ....., ...... L ORETTA SULLIVAN Secretary .... ir,.r.,.... D ONNA SPILLE RITA JEGLEY V Treasurer .,... ,.... .... Page fifty Let their natural weakness be always taken into account LREGULA S.P.N. BENEDICTI-XXXVII. Freshman Class Patty Geers, Rosemary McCollough, Loretta Huening. Ruth Faulhaber, Genevieve Kahman, Jo Ann Veith, Margie Macke, Shirley Wyen, June Steinman, Marilyn Paulus, Rita Decker, Dorothy Mae Wolfe, Margie Ray Lucas, Joan Saladin, Rosemary Hilling, Mary Alice Gausepohl, Mary Ann Hoppenjans, Betty Maloney, Ruth Maloney, Margie Reese, Patty Nolan, Ursula Frisch, Jeanette Pieper, fAnne Kane-absentj. President ,.... MARILYN PAULUS Secretary ,....,. JEANETTE PIEPER Treasurer ..,.. . .... ....,., S I-IIRLEY VVYEN Page Hfly-one rl .Q Q '- 0' 'H W. h. 1 , . ' ' ' -' . ,lffi 1- I - 'I ' 1 1 1 'W' 'Z , ..,.7, ,H 741' f' ' L- 4.--241,-, 5-1,-' Au' .4 ---i",g' . ' ff. 'ff' .v "IU, ..-1" ,. 1. . .,,. gf...-f-gf fu '. ' , AEM' - ' ,. ,. Q-., Q. . f .4 9 ...- ru , '- c E Q 2 . ,E f Am An Amerlcan rp-iff s- ..'f':v , 1,7-., l. ,413 I ',, .' - 1 .A ,1,, , , Ev'-,.,,51 ffl' Thanklgod I am,an Ameiiiiaiif' thank God I am free., We have so muchfto it Eff. thankfulfor, litjzleifthings we do not even think about? ,Little things if Zfafigfmake this Americafalid not,,E5er'1riaii'y-:por Japan, things that make thisa freelcoun- ' try and theirsja doolmed one. We haveggoocl' nourishing food foriourselryes and our lighti1igfmen"dn,the battle fronts. men lfaifeutlae guns., ammuniiimi, f. tanks,shipsfandfpl-anes that they need to andfafo the warg They and nurses and the medical'fsiippliiesltheiy,..neiedhto savegthe lives W 45' Z.. ,V ' l"!,1.w1.V I-ff ".. Q I 335 . u '--5 1 epaxntries, the people havfei no guns,-p,lanes,zga.mmunition, butf J .they,,go'oijff1gfitiiig:fand winning. They have little foodmtthie isqldiers marthingl' for hundfeds of miles, starving, men and:.worr1enfyvalking. tlrgoughutheggstreets' as though a dream, hugging:-for their childifenftinfthe crushedfreimaiinsi of their- honi4es:"fZi'ying babies, ,tweak and frighteneflifx'clingiidg to the cold of their pareritslgs if to wake therng Bsoldiers m.arching..on'fSvith filthy bandggesgwrapped arotfnila hand or leg or avert eye.,gjNo doctorsnto care for those who are dying fro,m",f-g'ver and disease. ' ' Q ,V Vi I et they do not 'complain but they humble themselves and arleythankful. 5... . 1 'L ,kjvy Thefghave an undying faith and love for God, and this is their secret weapon, .fi theiijione-way ticket to freedom, their chance for life. -wi-:fr-4 .- . . .FfQf2Q':Q' gf- Yes, thank God I am an American that I may choose my own life, my lholiie, my friends, and my religion. Yes, thank God that I am free. ,4g'3",f3gii 1' jj: -'.ZQ:-52,14 , f 5431- 55 MARGARET BIMEL, 46 521.-I.-ji-F17 1 f."23:5f'f,s' -.5757 51C 123' I j:,:f.r:':!.:L9- 1 ,gg-gif ,, gg From Sonata to Sinatra f..5:1,:ssfg' if I i , -'T-7-" I ff? The lonely peacefulness of the rec: the tone of my favorite piano, and the R U :,. 'f ,f:.. 1.1.5 5, 5.5 .. , - .f-I 4 s ,,..'-55. Jflfif ' . if .W 3 533: ifdiiiicult but beautiful passage from one of Beethoven's sonatas before me, all I :if-' ffl iii? blended, were ready to make my next period a busy but enjoyable one. Just ,-.:.- ,..-a i:'liif " 'air as I had gotten the drift of the thing, some bright upperclassman strolled in, f,..5155:i 1 L' - -1' snapped on the radio, and what should I hear but Amer1ca's No. l Ace-crooner, 1 .that under-fed but over-loved heart beat of adolescents, our own Frank Sinatra. What a difference! I was forced to stop my work and listen. ""'.-I f 4, What changes and variations American music had to undergo before it 'caii-le to its present stage which is aptly described in the title of one of today s ir-'f--1 ,'5'.Izit"iit'f1i1es, "The Joint is Really Jumpin' in Carnegie Hall." Hm! Well, the cf 1935-:'w'eird'Indian war dance was probably the first, followed closely by some kind I 5 " ' if 'of?',Puritan psalm. The Negro spirituals' contribution to Am6I1C3'S music is 53", A " iwappreciable' for they are among the finest and most intimate of our native 41. -.., -I h 'f:f"wbrks.Q,f1Qpera was next introduced, after which orchestras came into existence. g.,g. ,T 'Q .Americafsi-most abundant production of music was on its way, including all " ' ' pg..tfypes4g-folilt-,'TNegfg'i,"Intiian, band, and opera. In the midst of these. was Stephen ff .fig ug Ifoster' gifndp his famous and 'everfloved 'folksongsz'-Afterjlightfoperafconcertsl 'and- 'f ---, I ,fin I, 'bands havevzrnade--their entrandesand exits, we come to the inevfitmilbfjgizc, its begiirningslragtiniel. i't'sfending-Jboogie, '-'Nothing more than the weaving QQ' Uacu 1,3 irregular rhythmic patterrrs,'a'nd yet the time it took to become a coastfto ' .' ,gg 11 coast vogue was incredibly short. p '.' ..q, , . - ..- . -.W Liv- , L'i.'v.. n".', . .x . . 2, ,. Breathing a sigh-I didn't swoon-I found my meditation interrupted F 'tif 1-gil iiblifrtflxe-'famous words, "music stopped," and just in the middle of them the bell ""::-F1 Z '1lj:,-f. L-,l.2, Q7-.Q . 595. '.',. - I . f. hi ., -A ,g2i,gK,1:FAriulgang:-.1CJf'i4went Sonata and Sinatra, two contrasting but marvelous examples of .gn 1 Q ,. -, , , f'.1.' 4,- "u. ,JL -I ,, ,Q -,.,.?, E ' I ' "'. , -.5 HELEN WAGNER, '46 ., ojnegof Arnericas greatest forces-music. A p. ' ...W ,A " V. . ..... .K 'A g r 'i',jgt'j Qfgvfe, ' ,Page fifty-two af , if. ri , . -1 ,I 'f'o. " 1' l. - -25 '.z " v ., . - -.4 J- .14 ' W" .- ' 4 - .3,.5,:- , , L. .,. 3-C. j , Q.,-:ii .pg 4 .514 ,, 1 ,- 'A 157. . , , 1. :gnu . - . .' 5, yur., . .1 . ..,. j. ' z Y 1 , in-ve f F .,'. '- s.-.-5,-,g, ln: .,, -, . 'Y A .. . 9-.,i , 'J an ,I .- .tx .1-Za , xy. ,.. A. fi 11 4. ! K gg-gqfzgl 5:31 .,,. .-.., - v ,, , h 1, . nv' I Q,-rf .-,ffjsjfj 2, A H I. -, 11,3 Ig." A . ,. . .1 Qfa1f1.'ff" t"' - A ,ff . ,fi -.f5f.y- ,,.:, . 4, gg ,. 331 ' ' -' V - .'-.'.- 2 - -.xf -.1-f .-J. 1- . :I .',-svn. -' . -2-Qjf ff:-':" .- -' " 'Lfrf , . ri L Ir' ." .rl '1:'.lI1:' 1 A Freshwnian of Five DaysI.f52,:,qfg,.,,.,.,,., -- :I What could be worse Freshman? She M 74" proaching her, and she promptlyififriiips her books. She gre-etgi,ft,l3e.beuS? w'i'th'., L' a smile and goes tripping dgiizfirgftbe aisle knocking everyone on the headjilfxlh her' Jil aux.. books. She falls into a stares out of the vy5i'n'd'ow. She woulda'-.:tallS,,-buts? 12. 'xg' she is not acquainted 1QQS'O'1'1?'.f' 4The first -clasfs' sfarts. The l'ires1jjman,jisl,ingq' ' i another room and arrzijyes ten' minutes late. I'I1SfQ1f.Yi class has ju5tf.,startedlg::Slf1je arrives with her algefjaiaftext. no paper, andfa pen ,,,, will not write. to her next class Qfdiiiietfiiffg the rulej . .Sister anfiounces that the Freshmen,t.arAe.iQ? having a test, and she d,idn't study, .wasfflriext week. Every timeiltldeuf bell rings she grabs her books thinkingf.it"1s?time toqchange-"class,es. The bell -rings . at 3: 15, dismissing-Jthelstjudentsfffifvthegday. to herilopqker and throws,-T7 open the doors. Where,fare her coat artilfiiat? She tannot find them. Then -shefit-, discovers that shefis ,looking in.f3tt1aeg5wfbn'g loclceiil- This continues'-for-,the first week, but graduallyshe will growiaccustomed to the routine of school lifegf-' .,.,. , 'ii MARGIE RAY LUcAs, '4l7'4-Vfgifjfp A Freshman Nine Months Later s Relax, all you struggling Freshmen. The school year is almost over, and we shall soon be dignified Sophomores, or so we hope. Those first nine months seemed like eternity and the homework endless, but when you get down to facts, was it as bad as we make it? Haven't we exaggerated matters just a little? I'm afraid I have, for it just occurred to me that my Freshman year was a very en- joyable one, and one I shall never forget, We have met different girls and made many friends whose friendships we shall treasure throughout our lives. We have had good times at school dances and parties, which We otherwise would not have known and enjoyed. The end of the school year is also a time for memories. Memories of days when it seemed so hard to give up recreation to go to rosary, or of the supreme effort we made to keep silence during our retreat. Memories, too, of that first I. x qi' . prom, the evening of evenings for the quaking Freshmen, who were sure they , 1, ' were going to disobey a rule, or mix up the introductions between friends and teachers. But now that it is all over I am sure that we would not want it to be different. Yes, these are indeed precious memories. Memories that, in future 2 ..'f'5,g'..-1, - x c"- '4 -.4 ir.. Q'-in 1' Q . . 4. J .-. K, . L '. I. P. 'I , . ,. ' .C 4. Jn ,. it - rm .. M, -I., fa 4 - .1-, ,. , l. .-gtg " 'iz' f '-fi. .4 1'-:L 'Ta-'1.. years, will bring back those dear days when we were Freshmen at the Villa. ?3fl.-'-,.'vr--- fQ,'f-'- ' ' fri, s , I JEANETTE PIEPER, '47 .'5'1 .3 1 n, '. .1 . . '-egg!-f,,. X Looking Forward 5,2 l." f 5 V Tir'-55,1 Sometimes I wish I were a Senior, but when I stop to would rather be as I am, a Freshman. Yes, perhaps Seniors are 4al1i3yed.jrno're,g- privileges than any one else. It is only natural, for they whether. it be-' in .hi.gl'1.,sc-hool.for-.cqllegej.but ,we ,mug-'not"f6rget' the ,Freshman privileges?-Rerhapsfwe are not al-lowjedto nap ti-lliten'on'jSaturday-and-skipbreaki fastiorto occupyithe ifront row 'ata-3sIc,hqo1,movie,: .XL 1 ' ' 'A '- 'ff'- f f ' I-magineiitfhouglg that it'.is your last.'yeafii,.-Wnhen graduation-'time'appro'ach4- 2Slj5iil'91mp- QfiClgS'lI1'2jfOll1If -nir t hroalli..- ou 'ai'e:.tliin'k-ings.of-the'happyc times -you have - I andlhow:-you'-.hate Iojleave.,igYpu-r.mind'th'arks -backtto your ,-Freshmanklays . i When' yousaw other .girls graduateyffwlieiiyouj longingl-y1sighed', "Oh, iffl ,wereif 'oply,a'Senior.,Iw'hat'wouldnft,I give?",.",'r'f ,.., Q ,'-gf - ,lx .Q I. r9q.',1QeIg,r1qar Way. ,b'u11'now.that-'Iam acquainted with rhg.'Vi11a I-'ani becjustjas-Iary-1,1an'unde,rcl.a.ssmani. Letthe. years-come as theymalyg jI"a.m ' fH:,2Qf.2fe4f.hurrYf . . . a F - anamay MAE .Y , ' yJage"fiftygthte?,.AV U V ,,f.,,,w.-. -. X 5 ,.--,.- 5- ' .- 'I - ... -. X.-..". ' ' . .,,f .- .I . .,.4. . 9 4 1 ' ' - -4. :Il-L I. A.., d .. ,T L. , D . ..'. .:..3::.qIy L -fl qv. x MJ. ,A 'y . ,'-.. .-.14-.:T ,-- s,-. 1.-.,-. .- . ..,. -.,c. .,a m 4-. ...g f 1 1 .Inn .' I 4. ..'.- -.1 . -L5 . .'-.1 if ' -. .J - 1T.'i..f. 'I Q - -..-H, ,I s . -U .-.'- c . 't .- 1 9 v' .. .V 'i --' ' ' IF' . . - .Ly A 5. ",,.z:g,9 ,, V' .13 'gg' " ..I! if rf '5 ' " "' 1Assatls?you4r nostrils with a stab. .1 A V - fin tlieisforefis lots of candy . ...n-,,.,.,-A.. . . ,G ,-:.,.- . , .- 1 :qt- .? 1- f V' '-T 47 Q., , 1.4 'TSI aw, 4' if . .75 , , ' . 57" 4 - - .37 . , 5 . fi-L' 131 ' 4' " 13:5 .. ':" .' , 1 17,5 .245 - 13153 -4, Q EI!" ,.:., Q U, .- -. - -ei? 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V ,Q '- I- fra Ji' , 1 ,i1ff.:.:.-fi , ,xii W h1.ffs . "Ly ,l'.:. .":,' I ,I , ' f Z. .I j,, -1 F " ' "Q, ,f-'- '- f' -.. mfg- V- .- .V Qnce dQLQ.Fffl'bE basement steps at school, You gefldwhiff-lg:Qtj1gi,swz'mming pool. C hlorine, mingles' with'1eq,pleasant steam, Always smelled but neverlsfeefii I snfzell' apple cake or dumiilingffgzz, ff 1 . llfm positive it's apple somethingilj " W . A little bit farther down the halliifb-. jf-Thejtangy odor of alcohol " - Coming from the mysterious lab A If . f .-.' . "'Which,'as you know, smells ueryidanily. ' c Up the stairsg intoia room f f"'. Where shellac- greets us as erfumef, ' Then out ofthe library, c5Jwn,the.hall, Where the odgrqfi chalk meets us all.-, Up more stepgjfo-lube firstjfiloor, " The next consciiouskitem istatlie wax Qn the floor. Through thisgdoozfjfand several new scents f Of lighted candies and burning incense -2 Come over us in a silent rush, And everything in us begins to hush. Out of the chapel, up still another flight, Then you come to the beds so snowy white. The odor of linen so fresh and clean Is a joy to be felt as well as seen. Through open windows as we pass by Comes the fragrance of pines as they look toward the sky. All of these odors compounded into one Make for us school and a lot of fun. BETTY MALONEY, ' 4 7 Clouds A white cloud I'Ue seen, Against the blue sea, A tiny red spot, The Sacred Heart to be, With arms outstretched, And a glowing heart. The clouds form these. 1RUTH:P2XULH-ABER, '47 MARY LorgETrA4-ljIUE1511Ng,ij47 71Thaf.Qcd1gZse-us .st-rangeedreams V, E lephantsg clowns, mimicking' faces, Fantastic wisps of nothing. ""- ,ly They look down on the earth, and laugh at us. A dancing maid, prancing horses, orj gay pixies, They make no sound, but sail quietly along Soft as cotton, pure as a lily, strange' as life. es clouds are pictures in tlgejkly. ,B ,KQSEMARY HILLING, '47 J 7-,ggflalxge fifty-four e' g?',:'- '. 4' bfi: 1 af gff.: ' .' -H... '.. ,.3,:.Q. LQ. .C-., . . 5'.f.w5?-5.-C: " .515-' -.i:, A- .gr -ielziirfli f: YP' :J 'Z jf :-.-'.-'.,' ,. 4 -' L' '. .F , '.?1g.t::: 'a gg my .?'.-1.2-,fzz ' ' 1 - 4 1 . -gffifv i:I'If s ,3 .f,::-, I if . fff-T: . , 5' ,. ,J .'j,1.Aj-..'-. . . , - - ' ' .' -121' J' 'f , ' - f--'.g1' . , '.,:. i,t.-, ,1. ,Ii-'-553: . 1' - A32 .f ?l','f? 1' " Z 3327? I:-Z," ,' , get " '- 1 f .f .2-,044 ' 4-...UL if :." - '- -' in - .-Q., .' ,M r- -.. : ' - ' - .iff-' A .- '..'.-z-if .. I . I f TZ? -1' .-'ve-fb? -z . -- 'Q '- ' '4 :jxps 1" ' - ' , 1" 1-ln . .QQ 11,2 za,-.-Aj :. ,' ,' ws- '-. -. " ' ' v f .:'4:L 'g"f':g. 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A we IK ' A-:I if -. f:.. .'l , 1 . .1- '-Q. .,- 4 .unc f. 7 'CZ'- -n 5 l ' 'I Ursula never failigiithe noon-hour tryst. -'fjf--jQQ'g7-'if Anne Dressmangiifoyefilla capable guardian of,,the5"lJgunior ink. days. , ,DAH N , ,gn-'fi ,. -- VT If,-K-1 Mary Irene is stilliqtryi-ng togrsgcloginiie herselgyasf a sisteieinflaw. .,'-- '- Rita Decker allowsnnothingmtogirnterfere wi-t'li"her Crosby Hour. Marthe Suefsifavor-ite quotationvfqffent isMfQAll lies in the artvvof dyingff- Marilyn boasts a body-guai'd"cjf"if6'iIr' upper cliissmen. -' . Rose Marie Quaing has discovered-gqthat hospitals are celebrity centerIs'g'.'f'e Genevieve finds algebraiinteresting-. 5 "fill-f5.igg1 Mary Margaret keeps:-the pigaffirom going bankrupt. Margie Reese showeiifsfinjat' moronic fashion. Mary Alice Gaiisepoh-l is distressed-gbygthe ldssfoff her curls on swinirningri Marybly claims theurighd-to provide a mascot for the Senior House, alive ort: dead. Rita Ann is- glad that no points are required for lemons. Before signing up for athletics next year, Loretta intends taking out an accident insurance policy. Patty Nolan discovered her talent for millinery during the retreat. Jean Vogelsang's specialty is green-striped pinafores. Dolores likes a little coffee with her cream. Ann Middendorf wonders whether Cinderella, if she lived during these days of rationing, would dare to lose more than the heel of her shoe, Joan Martin may not be the best dancer on the floor, but how she can intermission! Joan Plunkett's practice periods are noted for their request numbers. Ruth Wilde insists that final e's should be pronounced in proper names. June Steinman's inimitable mode of expression is a cure for anyone's t 1 '-Y v - 'x C... .fp is .550 J u . .faig G . 'I L' ' 0 .. .t - ,n 0. ' ,-All J . .f ga .flu- A '. r .I-. . v 'fn H' 't.. - Monday blues. -fig li ' Tig. '- The sweater Rose Marie Hurley is knitting is not for her brother. "ff -' Mary Alice Shields is the prize raconteur of her English class. .fgqff-'f.'L'?..'. ' ,Lg-'2-f. Marcia found the Russian Ballet most fascinating. 553 'ijffiltl q '-.QQ Aida's musical tastes all tend opera-ward. TE-f-eg ,, ,E VA Rumor reports that the pride of June Hazel's menagerie, Hubert Ulf, ,a3,i'Z: Jealous of Wu, the sooty darling of the campus. faQ?Q1..f,-'fg'3' Qfgj, Q , -'fi Anyone needing a noon-hour telephone operator will find that Jo .- J Veith ma jored in that study during her Freshman year. A-ff:g'f1QZ'-"", " "-a.:'21- ..-,D . . - isa'-'3':i'if :L I ' -sf.. 1- --.:' This Land IS Mine Q... an - , F 1: fa. ' '--. ' There stands a maid down by the sea, c .'fi:j,4,j:lg A , , ' And watches the dancmg waves. U , ,Q-,.g:g:Sf!?5:,---.'1f Ti' 2--3-1 ' ,'-. f ,, H W 5 4... .CJ 1 ,.:.,.S,h?-Weds-'award 0'9!.i7?f? home ef !125r'f'fe??'7"i . ff' ' " ' g.f2Q1fF'-f?'?Ub?v?d.lGvf?iOfflfbfffiiffIv' -35 ' " "-She-ifizehfivi in aimbhaiitasy. -'r' A I ' ' ' ' ', . ' Bar inyrhe, hearts ofrmen,-I ,'.,'A-min,-ber-b5ad,' for 5111 t6 62-ei . - --There 'hams Qrheitdfph -651 liberty." 11: ' vi 1 'z' .fK. . . --1.434 al- .12 . ' 5 . J.-G-'7 . . . - .-F, ' . . -- - an ."'.' ' ' J 9,-U -1:22 ,, .. , ...DJ '.' '1 -qbi'-. ' 5-f'f-If '1"" '- fl 511, . .1 . 3.1 - 1. .,, -- - - 'g,n ' '.. ' D' .'W'h0.'is,'this rnai'der7:by,t'heQ-sea.--,f 5 1 , 55.5.52 '. ',Who.g'aardsthislandfoflminef-s 1' L ' "j f. :ff Sbegis-rhe'gsy?nbpI'of-the free,,'.'A 5 , .. gg- , ' -1,-,sheamamaiqf-0fL1'bmy.-' .- y .5-.3 .. - .ssl .5Z'f,Q: . L. .A f.-u ' f.. ' .lf S '.f',.'Q ' L-,ipage-.fifty-I'iDe.,Ij-' I ii ' ' l. ' I . ,sjj . . '."-: 4' 3 J f ,.,: 1 I 1 .,. 5. I 174 ". mmm? lima www V -. .ia--r F, , 5. 5,1 my- .1-1-.qt-., we 1 f, -V Y 1 -.. J.. 1 " ' ,- ,rift--kQ, 1, " -' " - '-"- 5. . 1 f, .J ,:. , - f rw--1 , 1, 1. '-L . r- .. .,, :- J -,iv -.' '.-gg fc 'ev , ' 7.7 ,. .:. ,1, , . . 1- ,.:,-, 1 . N , , .. . .. 1 ' ',.,. ' 7'-lu-gt '-' -- ,iw 'g r ' ' ,, fe' ' " ff" " J - -5... . .fr .' 1, , '- ,. . f - ale... -. - 5.4 ' -- ., 'fps f- A GMA l A Q. The clash of hockey sticks, ghfegsplash in the crystal clear po61,lthe"3excilt'ef ment of a good basketball game. swish of a tennis rackeitli the crackfof-the ball as it hits the bat, are a gof music to the girls i,n.tl?ie"A'tliletiic Association. Their aim is to promote ct5.isfaga5.,fskg11, co-operationqanfiileadership. ,u f.A- ' '.'- g ff The Association cqnsistifiof-fa -'li president, secifetary, and trealsureidf ,rf representative from eacH.3clasSlf7' The duties of the ,oilicers are to keep thegequipgiff- ment ship shape, to aiiqlilirrilfie selection of the twentygtwo girls that willglrnake up the hockey teams,i5ffcl,'ii63larrange for games to belplayed with other The duty of oflicers and representatives lSv,itQl,-S'6lQC.lf,21.,VI,QQ1fI1 to play in the various games of Play Day. On'Play Day- thalifteen' lettersfare given to the girls who rank highest in athletics tlrfoughotrQ'the5yAear. Anfaward is also given to the most outstanding sportsnian, and a cup isigivelfggo the tennis champion. 1, All the girlsffat the Villa displa'yf'1af'lQeen interest in athletic activities? This is to be credited, in part, to the interest Miss Runyner, a former member of the Girls' Athletic Association and the 'present gym instructor, takes in the sports1jb,1t,Q the girls. - ff'-I1 Q' The oflicers ofithe' Association for the year 1943-44 are: f 'Presijdent-Ruth Wilde. Secretary-Jeanne Claire Vehr. Treasurer-Nancy O'Connell. Senior Representatives: Sophomore Representatives: Ruth Wilde, Helen Wagner. Jeanne Claire Vehr. A Loretta Sullivan. Junior Representatives: Freshman Representatives: Nancy O'Connell Ann Kane. Jeanne Reese. Mary Joan Saladin. RUTH WILDE, '44 Hockey Tournament Oooo! my shin! Yes, you have guessed it. The hockey season has opened again. Everywhere you go, you are caught in a maze of hockey sticks and balls. The highlight of the hockey season is the tournament in which the four classes participate. The day arrives for the opening of the tournament. Seniors and Juniors march grimly out to the newly-lined hockey field. The whistle blows, the tension breaks, and the game is on. After an hour's battle, the Seniors emerge from the fray as the happy victors. 'But wait! All is not over yet. In, fact, the best, or. should I say, the worst is yet to come. The Sophomores and Freshmen must not be excluded. ' Several days later, the Freshmen triumph over the rather crestfallen. 1 much amazed Sophomores. At last the day scheduled for the big game .a,rEi1ve5iQ2:'I' , 5'.1Jf-1"- ., , Il. but, alas, such weather! Will a clear day never come? Eventually itgdfid:-Filliki brought with it a downfall for the Freshmen and laurels for the WISH Supreme OHCQ more- JOAN PLUNKET'FL2-'144.'fi',7f'- ' . .. ,'li:QrigQ:Q .- Athleuc Awards -' , -- 3 .1rhe,fQ'11awiifgaw'5?d5gfi6E'f'e'maagzfiifhe- enersf'fBE-iscipaoi -year xiii May? t0.o' Tate. 'for,i'nclusion',ir1' RosjMa-risk: '-43j,3"'V, ,- , ' .' 7 -1 , if 'Q' "', .1 ., If - 'f -- , f' it-'Cup 'forfQutstanding'Athlete+Pa-u.lin'elRice, f'431 5. A g -b 3 -' - j ' Q "-Z-fiiccup fe?T0r1hiSiT0uirhi1m?PF'f5e?i1'!12'Claire-.Vehryf-44,.'T ' 1 7 ,g"-:fLetters': ,L'ouise'iTewes:,-.'-'431 Bat Spille,-f'44.:Z gAids,va1eri0,f T44: -Laverne 'Krebs1"45:.Ann lVl'idd'endorf, '45,:jB4ut2h -Scheper,g'45 Joella Schmidt, '454 Jean Hammersmith,-,'46,Loretta Sulli-varf,,"46,"Q, 7 ., . ' , 5 ff .Letter with twostripes-,faward .ine-rited forithirdftimeji: Paulina' Glenfn, "?f37:'Paukin'e"Ri'ce,c'43,:-Sara'SiIva, "43:-'Ruth Wilde, '44. 9 if 2, :Qtr.Jegm1e.C1a15ge..gvghr,'i4-43-'3:3 F 5 ,-,V L2 - g 15 .,,.' .g,r J 'P!1v?l9,fifIy's?U?f7 .P . xv, -- . -. -. 1.1. spa' .1 ,,4.A- 3 ,fn , ., ., ,ri Ji J 1 .. ,-1 uf N. f. y Z' ' ,W 'Y E sf F A. 1 ON, 1 Fa., ,gs 4 V s x-' A 'r 4--. .-. s'1 . v -, A-1 -,x. .4- .-I: .lt I 'I K. X e 1 .-1? . ' ll e, we sS f' li K "ff 4. , 1 . u I ' 24: .T , 01.4- 4. 1 . ., l 5 3 ". 2 ' 3 s-.4 g 1.l v .I gi'f-,Qg.Le,tters .with-'one stripe Grwardmerited for second timej 1 Dolores Bal'lrnari,. ,,, . , .. . .. . . . . ,. HA 5 , ., ,H . - ' Un 1., .1 M West View " .fc - .- .'.,l - F ", . gf? ... f-. . .. . A ,,n.,,r.,Lr h , . .ME-V, 0,61 I ...o.. , , -.. N 4 l From such asifhese a r7gqgf?j3'oizhtz'fuI reward , 1 REGULA S.P.N. BENEDICTIQFQXXXVI. Q ff, .::5i'ff?f?iAwardS - A P rr ff. .-i..1f7:"i' ff'-2 5' f , "fl 3. 'Q F At the end of the schobl' Year, a number of music -students partigipatelldn-t-h6'jl,' National Guild of Pianxjfffeaghers Audition, Whichfwas conductedin Ciilgiil-f7ff'f', nati. The following rggeiyeel'-certificates andginvere placedrlon the District .-.fig Roll: " .Ll-lffgifr. L ...If 5"-g u , ' Jo Ann Price: Joella"Schmidt: HSlieila7fPlun'kettEiflilelen,Wagner: Marjorie! '-', 5' Macke: Mary Jean Maloney.:-Nancy.f5BischoiT3 Marfflia-QTRoeding." iff., .-'Q ii T ,ki wifi A 'ii-A f 'f . , ln the Twelfth,Annual Coniperiifiiel-A.P.scffgf Latin Medal Tahari-Norm, P g Examinations conductedlin Mays'lQ9.4Q,,.Certificates,r'of Merit were-receivedli-.by L V , 1, Joan Plunkett, '44,'and HelenLWoodsgA, E 'Q' 1' 3' - 'l' 4' - X -, . N g l..V-:H i - C A special honor roll .shouldbeiiprovided for Joan Plunkett, '44, who hasiifi completed her twelfth year at the Villa, and Virginia McDaniel, '44, who has L.: n not missed a day in the seven years she has attended the Villa. PF 'K Pk Pk ' r In the April issue of School Science and Mathematics, the names of Jeanne 1 Claire Vehr, '44, and Donna Spille, '46, appeared on the High School Honor - Roll for correct solutions of algebraic problems. Our Service Flag Corporal James R. Berger Sergeant Thomas R. Berger Corporal William Bertke"' Private Jack F. Bertke Cadet Paul Bertke Private Robert Bertke Lieutenant Fred Bimel Recruit Mark Frisch Corporal Thomas J. Hensleel' Private l fc Bernard J. Hoppenjans, Mary Loretto Private Charles J. Huening Sergeant John A. Huening Betty Lieutenant John Claiborne Hunsaker Rose Marie Lieutenant Walter T. Hurley Rita Ann Private Colette H. Krebs Rosemary Lieutenant Harry A. Kues Virginia Ann Lieutenant George W. McCormack"' Sergeant Edward R. McCormack" Virginia Staff-Sergeant William McDaniel" Jean Mary Irene Margaret Ursula Marthe Sue Mary Ann 'fi ' A:".:':. ' 'Q - 11 . - -5,-gf. .-T4 -1 Infantry . Infantry ii F Army Signal Corps Army Air Corps Navy Air Corps .L Cavalry Army Air Corps .l,..f n 1. . 5 '- 1 z 1 - ... TW' . Navy Q,f?1':.',j'9Q'. A ' -"2 U. S. Marine Air Corps U. S. Marines 5255 f":i'?-44 l . ff? Army . g 1.5-' AHHY Signal Corps .-512367 ' g ' Quartermaster C0l'RS2'Q':f'fi.: ' "'Q,Q,:..:'2'f'- WAC ref. 5' xg--.1 f - Army Air Corps? 'Qi ' ii- 1 Airborne Divisigbnf-L , Railway Battalion-EE, 15. 4-f Army -. fa ' . -,I . .eIQ.a11f. Private Usfliinnsfh W. Martin g1hrm'yfTFii'rfCOr5S'- " 1.2 ff-1 L iKii'iie7ffjQ'f4 f'ff'Enengri-Wi1liamlB..'Midden5'orfiff-"3f'T.'1Navy 4 -' T- -.55 f 5' 5 'Q ,"r3,?"ff,., ff'f:' Q -Hb .Amr-' , -'..3Sefgfanf1Qbesfef-A.'erm f ' 1.1 4 Afmv.'Aiif"-Corps. .. r Marye'Marga,ret,jfPrivateA Albert Wi'llia-m R'oss,QJr.. ' 553 Army, . 3 ' I Q .I -1 '- fig- Q- jjlljg' lVlaIry'1Joan.'-,,'f'.Seaman-'2fc'John,Davis'fSa.ladin, .,Na,vyg.-,jf 3 -1, 'Z ,-'tl,'-91:2"5f,'5y5qj.-' fllice .,ff'Stal'flSerearit Edward Shields, I Q, l-U Army'-Ai-r Qogps 'jj U ' ' ?g12f5.'-.YTIQQ 1 - petty,-omeer Zfcjwjllia-m1A.':Shi'elds,,jNayy f '5 ,iff-Asst.'Sea'man,.ames'E. Shields- 'I ,Navy 5 '- L, -if '.. f Kiiap ' ' f.'Prfiv1f2 APfhHr'.Va12fif5.'.7 . E' .'.'- .-U1-Sl Marinefofpb 1'- Rmh r .-,. fPrivm.T0,n:wa1dgi-- ,-'e.. ,',. ' .- ' ,Army Q- Q, -. 5.11. . : 1Hele5i-Aj'l75', . -.ffPetty'Oflicerf3jc'E:n'1mett Woods',-.1 5 Najyi " 1" fflg 'W 'T' 553.5 Shi3Z1?y'.: .",T:5, .4"Private,Mary'Elizabeth.',Wyen jj I-,'lSPA'Rj , ' " ' 3,q:..1'ie'-'?-,I." 2.1.--"-.. -.,' ,-f .-A. :'.-f2'l- ,I-,J I ifiiflffl H- .- 'iiilfujeqiifly-zrr'ng,', ' i . 3 A '. J . . ...af , .iz .,., V MX' wconlw Minn., ,, Woof S Ks in ffmk P fm Let the younger honor their elders, and the older love the yOLlf1g9t'.-REGULA S.P.N. BENEDICTI--LXIII. QU! Y! Seventh and Eighth Grades Jeanette Price, Glenna Martin, Patsy McCauley, Barbara Rice, Virginia Elsaesser, Marilyn Brink, Joan Bischoff, l,aura Jean Conner, Mary Kappen, Jo Ann Pearman, Catherine Lubrecht, Marjean Spille. Nancy Oelsner, Mary Frances Willenbrink. Rita Marie Wainscott, Mary Duni- gan. Mary Jeanne Maloney, Mary Ann Vincent, Patty Price, Joyce Macke, Nancy Bischoff. Junior Red Cross "Busy Little Red Cross Workers." Yes, they are very busy, working to bring happiness to others. Of course, I mean those busy seventh and eighth grade pupils of Villa Madonna. Some may wonder what seventh or eighth grade pupils can do for such a large organization as the Red Cross. There are many things that they can do, and that they have been doing in the past and will do in the future, such as: making Christmas favors, Easter invitations, and stoup-wringers for hospitals. They also hope to make some fun books and many other things. These contributions may seem very small to you, but when all the schools of the United States get together and do their share of the work it amounts to a great deal. So keep up your good work. seventh and eighth grades and all Junior Red Cross workers, in helping to provide entertainment for our soldiers and sailors and for children and others in our hospitals, MARX' JEAN MALONEY, Eighth Grade Page 51-XIL!-'UNC' Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Dean Bauer. Barbara Freymuller. Patty Kane. Helen Carol Rash. Marna Roeding. Joyce Wolfe, Jean Gausepohl, Joan Deters, Marilyn Thiel, Joyce Martin, Betty Jo Kallmeyer, Rita Maloney, Peggy Fusner. Shirley Neal, Barbara Wanamaker, Patsy Martin. Rosemary Baum- gartner, Judith Humphrey, Marcia Valerio. Betsy Meiners, Peggy Pearman, Jeanine DeVillez, Pauline Rice, Patricia Harris, Phyllis Sieber, Virginia Dyson, Janet Gravius. Betty Ann Niemeyer, Page sixty-Iwo N 1:-w ' -. E i AA.' 1, -i if,:,.'1f97 lil 5 ' ,, if E 3 '-Q':.,,4'.:.. -h ' ' -f.:g. ' '.1'- -1' 1.:'..'- '- f L1 '-" - . - W' 4 -Y A, f I ' .,,- , fx, - ,' ,, 1. -H' '- ,- L"'- -F' 1 --" l ' 5' -,:- 3' 7-ff-' ffl,-'-'5i'1:" 15 " A'-,' '1,1.:' Z :--.1122 5. Mothers Daughters I' -3 Like their big sisters in rhe"iilig,ijQ,g2h001, nie pupils of the igouigia, iifsii, grid: sixth grades had the privilege ofQreseii'ting an assembly progra-nffforethe"Mot.hers' ' 1 .tr -if ' Club. On May 9, they Day entertainrnffrrtf to a most appreciative .Q '62 audience and showed tlLlQiI'V.'Ygg3tllilI5l in handlingibih English land-fFreri'clg:2g'QQ DQ? '- " phrases. Jean Gausepo1jlQ,Qroyje'd' to be a very eflicieiritgualnnouncer. ,THQ were as follows: my 431. 'ii' DQ Recitation-Welcome ,..,. D j:,2Qji-'IV , i'.iT.'.'QIII3 mb., ,........ Joyce WQ1f?e,'.i' Acrostic-Mother f" .....,...,. Neal, 'Iii " 'if ..fifj',-A - Patsy,-'M-artihg'1Rita Maloney, Barbara Vlaiirarnakerf' -'.' '- fi f Bellsiof Notre Danre,...miarggl-fciurth, Fifthfand Sixth Grades R Chorus- A: ,.yi ,A Accompanist ........,,.. Patty Price -gg., Le Pont .,A, L -.21,ijgflccompanist .......i,. Betty Ann Niemeyer.. Play-Les Trois Ours .i...,...... .....,...,, Patty Kane, Dean Bauer, Jeanine ' L' J De Villez, Phyllis Sieber ' -.flilj Recitation-A Mortifying Mistake ......,......i.i.i,,...,.. ..,i.,..,. H elen Carol Rash ,Play-Feminine Bravery .....i Marna Roeding, Peggy Fusner, Judy Humphreyf , Joyce Martin, Betty Ann Niemeyer, Marcia Valerio 1 Aff,-35' Recitation-The Mumps .,..........,.......,..,.., .......,.,.. 4 ...,..,..,,...,. J anet Gravius J we Hymn-On This Day, O Beautiful Mother ..,... Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Grades I s 1 J Pk Pk Ik bk . .,. . , :.. .- . ' f v. . "1 I Q1 :-.-, -.- v5 -: v .X lg . A Busy, Busy Year! t ,'-Lvzl,-. -tg. .- . 1-,if-1 .. fW1?4f.4.l2!19.Y..Yeex,L11iS1h2S'ib2Q1!! . I13s.fermiHS..Qf1hefCafT16'1if'AsfTeH 161115 ,establis1'ied"'each',gir1.'sfideal',-to Qliye ,upiffo Q its' iiaiiies book' ibroug-ht us is Q 9Ve1i,'S30.OO'fo5 Horne, Missions, ,arrdfabout1'one-hundred-'boxes.'of"Qhrist'rnas.' f carglafwere s6ld:',,Other:srnalliter1is broughtfds 3,6.O.O'forAmissions with anfad! A 'ndifional' S 5 . 6D,.for.,a'Chinese,bfifbyf The 'selling -of. C'hristri1as.'seal's ,for 'the A5564 giariQg"Qfrhe',HQ1y Childiiaaa and use Rea3'CQr9ss,? ,askigii sgiiiajiiqfibiis foqsieigd Hurt Badges. forfseryice' men, .also shoyys - willingness and' cooperationp' vthrougb- out 'this year:"Yes,"'.this.h'as beerya .busy-andproiitable' yeagr-f,or'gthe.,girls, of the i?fYe'?fhL?HF1eighthfgwes-A-'if-'.f-,'i'.' .i.' li 1 ",' f fii 1, Q'CA1'1-iE,1zmi3 ANN LYJBKECHTJ'S?UQ7'1l'1?,iGfQdE,A . ' N.,,. ,4 U . A. .L -, - I --, . Y I lr'-,i"1 . H, fPli9i? sixty-three' , , 2 .:,.,,. L. h.-. '-. . "' -1,5'I,'. .' .- 1 sri . ,- - 1' Q 5,3 44, ii-'fa 2.55. , ,f..'ji,,'gj' . .. . . 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I 1, " , I-. :Jr li 5' . . ., , , , ., I ' f .. ' ..." '. " , : 'V l '- frf' 1,-"f "-Sa "ff -"'l'f " ' ' I- vi 4 ..., 'L-3112.5 .gif Dm I wf 31. 3 A f ' . ily? , e -51H'1Q1fR99Gl1j .1fQ,,fN1Cf0fY a a aw .lzif -'fgirgif "'. ' fi '- ' -' ' 'I , . 'J ':1r.,,-"' .jwar bonds stamps,,,.1we-'ally Our mothers do their part by- -gy V gh gg..-, -lg.,j'.-5 Shouldf buy, H Q U Q, 3,1 , Saving fat and gteasef -- iff-4.1 We shall-ialwaysfi-live 1,-f7"""":4' 4 .So the factories on thehoujne front ?2,.J Under Ereedortfs sky. .,.,..:':a5-gg, Will never have to ceasegfggl The government wgnts our money HQVQCDne,,,little:3w-ar.,,stamp vxgon'-tf .A" , F0'i'Pi?lY t?I1,gTSh'Ort Years. '-1'Q--f-- '-fl? QHOVSP' - a 1 M, '4 3155 Tliengthepgviiary will be over, and Frflgfoirr,bqyspverb-t-here must get .3 ,.1-.za have no fears. fc, he-best. '0f,St11if. , ' ' in -1- .11-':2i'3f72ff:f.L 17' LSO di , Villa irls, di tloWn,'.iiowr1,'g'i I 'ijf' ' 5-1 , g g " ,Jggjn ' '.4, -35325: '- 'V 1 -1 And we all hope itffs money' - jg ful- 4 H f , 'T For W2fSt4112ps sf011'Vf'f f4?u!2S!-. . ., je jug ' I ' -'fL'7fiToyQ1?-MACKE,Seventh Grade ' 5.71 :.':'i'liA? ii- '7-f5:'- I- I' ' '- ' 4 fl' ,-:T A 'j. a ' 3'fE,fj7 '- ' Dear.:A1fiff1ual of 19449 I fi: ,fj might say a a paper would be very boring, b1itI think ii: minfjifinteresting. Would-Ayojx like'tg.5listen'? 1' ' ff-Qx Itlfall happened orrglagycolclgr' winter' day right 'after Christmas vacation when the ggjs were having their GAC. Meeting. Their' business was being discussed, whegrgiout of a clear sky I was suggested, and five minutes later, after motions and if? ,-ii1"fJ', votikf, I came into existence. Althou h I didn't have a name, I was contented ,, Le, . .E g fyazi-iq? appv. IRL. W '- "' .3112 ' gs.. .- '.-.. Eve - ,. .A.. .filmil I. a. .1- Yi' if , .ar 515251 511355-r:. .41 ,. .A .. ji.:-:..i:d,:. ,657 -. - X.- V tr.: fr. 455, Wfq..-.-::: .. - :.:.'."f-Ziff: ,R .. . ..,, .1 ,. .:.q ,' . 3 's":f: f . - ,. ...- ' '-.1 . fi R Z Li'-' . .,. ,I . - - .-. -. 1-'.'--.5 . f . ,Ev 12515-4 , 4,5131 . gg, ' ,f .,... . ..,. , , I Ii:: 3. ,. 0- . n 1, s '.' ,,. . c l'L'x'- eq, .I 'H' 'f5f7My first edition came out, and, even though there were not enough copies if-' .,.. -. 4 .-1: lofgeveryone, I was-passed aroundiand was enjoyed by all. It was.fun to see the 354l":f5Qgiig'fEs talk and laugh at a certain article, or turn red at their names being mentioned , .. . 4 - :H- I In I. I . . 'Int' 'i 1, , I '1-T- Z. -, f .2 .. ' .ff-5 I -:ir ."n -ff .-D 'v I - J 'J L, , . 11: gif -.5 N... ,I ,iriQg7'Snoopers' Lane". 1 i In my second edition, I was named "Junior High Chatter", and this time editor provided enough copies for everyone. Again I brought laughs and fiierriment to all. Of course, I am only a newcomer in the World of the Press, but without Qthe good work of my staff, I would not be what I am now. v. 4 . .fi Sincerely yours, Y f 1,- 4' Junior High Chatter per PATTY PRICE, Eighth Grade -a lf. ,,. Honorable Mention ,g':,Rita.Marie Wainscott for winning a sewing prize. fig: "Ma,ry?.Jean and Marilyn for attending to Red Cross so faithfully, 'Marylzrances for being outstanding in mission work. H' 'A nlfhegeighth grade for winning most of the "penny" races. ' NeincyiOels-ner-for-.selling the largest number of Christmasvcards. Q "Catherine"Ann,Lubrechtsgand 'Barbara'-Ricds,jrnot1'iers'ffQr,fCd.riifributingc ,cakesforbur raiHe.ffL 'ffl A ,.,,, .. ,.,f'..'7'f.?ff3iQ.'-',- . J-oyce4Wdlfe'ifor.-finishing'her'skir't"first in sewing class. A ' ff ,E .A fFhe' seventh and'-eighthgrades and' thefourth, fifth, and sixth grades for ads' in Ros Maris. ' ' Q The Brown House for completing its quota of 'a thousand dollars in stamps arfdbonds. "3-'WHA-'Judith Humphrey, Shirley Neal, Harriet Wimer, and Joy Ann Holzman, 5. ' il with Sue Moore, who last year-'was the only one who could il .11 gf 7 . I -J. ' '- s.'::,,.-35-' .5421 Z.. .., . . iq.. ! Li.g.If5g'Zs3 . 1' M? ,'- t'-ig-,-fm -. , wiv 7 1.12.-4:35 ., . A . Egzyg-5' 1. . , ,. 3-qv? -- J' - .- ' "uf 'f grid: ff-up-"' -. , .ff-1-,H " E, 1-znQj'ai,:,-g ..!:r 4'-' ...W -1' " " '-. . -. .- 11:32 "fa . -.Z.-.":1g !'l '- " 1 .I 7 . M.:-1 it --me "'.-vi - ,. 'im' "--'I-'tw ,' ig..-Q : 1 ,,.gy.,q vw' A ff, K -Q1--' , 1' f"Ql..1Z' I-' '1 u.-.-11 :Q -- 1. . -. .. - i- ..'.:".,', . mu.. .3 1 V ,.A.9.J., : !,., .:I,',1k,:.'F I.-55.-f. . 3.57:- wl, .,-,f. .Qu g -U -- . .X f wt.. to -,-W .-3-1..,.1.-.. 3 fs ,err - - is-' nw- 4. 1 ,.,' I K I H. i' 5 '..,.xg. A.. A 1 r ., ,f ".? I .QT-fri .--..lI' f s"."" ' --1 ! 4 z',. , ,I ' , . 'Q -.Jaw .- 'A -. 1boast'fof Having a father in service. Q . , fB!Hrbara'iF.reymuller for winning the Mission prize. . ,'-'77 .e '. K Q' 'ive ' A , -Palje sixty-four J' r.. , , Q1-:Lf f ,' 'r'L...' 1' I . 1 F 17: :Qi 'rg 75515, W X i. I '- 1- ' -f - ' if 5. iii iillif :ri"i? ' :ff if-li: V127 5' M i llA5f3f?l'?f"1 1' if First, Second and Third Grades Myra Bischoff, Joan Wegener, Patty Sieber, Helen Miser. Dolores Harry, Marilyn Nolan, Patty lubrecht, Joyce Holzman, Mary Iles Kirk. Shirley Keller, Emily Lowry, Maureen O'Malley, Marthe Sue Veiih. Nancy Ruth Rucker, Carolyn Rice. Sue Moore. Gladys Miller. Marilyn Vy'illiams, Claire McCoy. Sheila Lange, Norma l.ou Eckstein, l.ois Vv'olfe, Joan Hoppenjans, Harriet Vy'imer. Page sixty-Hue l. .-, .A 4. wi . will -3 , r -131:11 f -. .. T- 1 45' -r115g'f' ,-'-:ici-... " 1343.3 -5' 5Q'fgf.g..fg " Jigga. 1 . lit. A . .-.Lu-1? -A--.-12 14. v 2-'xii 1.41: .iL4:.l??Q. 'Z-, -.... 43: . I N,-1. rc Vg fa: girls. ' ,l :bf - , J. 9- ' vm' -2.1 . -"Smit ' :f .- af"Q,i?13'.-. -' - at .. .' M A 'ffl' ' 3-5 4 9-7:i'1f1'?3Z32.-'riff ' ' . ' nf. 'M' 11 :iq Q :Jig :.,:ivi.',z:l,?i,-:L HJ.. 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Kenneth Franke CBetty Morapnpgslqi-Q81pf:., "" ' , '1.,V . Li Ligiyuise Tewes 43 .-and Dorothyllllifliuetliifigfii, 43 past ye? at Villa Madohnalgollege. ' 7 .fi ' 1 'jj' Twances Brady 42,yih,5Is annoupdedi'iherfengagement to PettyiOfi,icer third class N ames Meader N ."" "' nd' Mrs de Ross McCurf"i "QHarriet U-,QA son Michael to Sergeant a Hep' :an 345 on August 30, ' The marriage of Betty Philipps 38 to Mr. John Paul McEvilley of Cin- .ciQtFat1 took place on October 30. -i ' 'I' Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Harry Reyner CMary Mylor 15D , on the d th occurred on October 16. O Lad of Cincinnati College. i J' V A If S ra Silva 43 is now attending ur y 'lf f JA te- rf x-4' K a On September l ' M . and Mrs. Edwin . lick QLoretto Hudson 343 . 5 a son Ray Edwin was born to r Rosemary Holman 43 and Patricia Steiber 43 attended the Littleford if Nelson School of Business this past year. ' D ' Lee Grimme 39 to Flx ht Officer Jack L. Liebert of Cincinnati S The marriage of Mary Ellen Dressman 37 to Mr. Leo Paul Foltz took place on January 29. 1 The marriage of Betty Bush 3 to onfrhae 12 The engagement of Betty Ann Dressman o has recently been announced M e Bell 40 became the bride of Private Charles U31 A son., Roger was born to Mr and Mrs Walter J Moellering fCather1ne 4 Mr. Ambrose Lindhorst took place 43 t Private Everett Haskell Runda on June 10 Feddecs.. FH''on"October:l18s-, ' ' -.-f..-.-,353 jj' .,, 1 , l I , A H ' h l04'0.'Jclass received their diplomas 'early'-iincl'er5-the "'-Tvvdmeinberis of t e , p b who received her A B"'d3e ' accele1fafeiiQix?5rf1SrograrfiT' .They were JeanAMoser . . U , 'TICQ--11:1 September from iMoun't St. Joseph College and Ann Ricketts who ' D b from the University of 0 received her Bachelor of Arts degree in ecem er . , H Kentucky. :I ffl zflihimarriage of Mary Margaret Dorger, p 37 t Private Max Linhardt took ilisffiiiilazffiiinliliily 3 , V I. A ' ' 1 71 ' . ,lo "" ' thetbride of Lieutenant John - . .Qnfebxuary l4 Dolores Bertke ecame p ig l.Qoseph'7fQi?figvef"l in "fig 7 'i ' 'iiT'7"'L: 5- "Page sixty-six ..l . 'A .53 - f : ',ir'g.1':Za -: 1-56f',.g'.::':Y-.- - . .4... . . . , -I ...l I- ,., .,: 1.49: . J .- . 1 -.- . .-,J --5-G. .5 had. L .-.-.- f..-pai? "7 - .-- "-.-.,.'V .. , 1 r '-'55 ,.7.f,gE,Zs 1' :s.--- f- as . . 1 f . ,, 1,2 .-PQ--yi 1 '41 . ' .it v ,' t ' H. "' .'1'-. 4 14:71 ,, -:':':-bfi? .,f':'.:? r . "Qin :f"'Q?' 'ii' '57-' 1 4 i " ' 1 -'wg 1 .-rg.-i, ..g:,1p.2p , - 1- .xi -J' .- L' - Q., Pnnzgz' ??:u.-,1?4g'-ui: -' .r . , , , . fi Q eu 1 f1fr+i"fH f .. P -f P f - . a '-f.a.f--:.ff- . - . U ' cl - W ' 5. .,q4,:rg1 - 5- i - . , .Q .'j".g3qi' s v I ' 1 f ' f' ,J-,1,'.'.'.?' ' I ' '-5fA'g:',1-'Sf KE, :v,,j I ' f 4 ' ' 4 1 ' sf-.':,1-' ' ' ' x " 1 575. ii:-Iiiif' Q. ., ' I , 3. ,11'5.1.QQ . , ' - 1 ff . 5. .1-1----ag... E1 4- Jin?-fi'-1--. -2 - ' . ' . - f . -,s 1, ,g..fi-5 ' ' 1' . 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Mary Nienaber, '42, is a 'nurse at St. 'i Covington. l.1"1jfj'fj.f :Q'll5.. f' ' Four members of the 1940--classreceive their diplomas Qh1is,VJune'i.Dhrot'fiy 3. v ,f Middendorf, receiving her -5.313331-degree from St. M,ary!s"Co1l'egerin-D indiana: ,,i',.,, Mary Rose Kuhlman, anQQA,B,5.deggee from Our I.izidy'of Cincinnati-.Collegez .. Agnes Plunkett, an .in,lAQsfcien6e' from Villa Madbnna College: KenepQ,l'Q,q.'-lf' Hagen, a B.S. degree frg3in'lVlafywood College in Michigan. 7 ..j',':.l5q A daughter, was bornbn December 13, to Mr. Bernard Hackman CMa'ry Rice, '3Oj. 3 E -,i' 3 , 'Q , 3 Mary Ellen Moser, '34, has announced' her engagement to -Lieutenant 3 Huller of Cleveland, Ohioj "iff-f" ,-.' ""'. ' S4 3 I 'A ' Our sympathy is extended tQ',.Mifii?M3fg3YCf Dorger, '37, on death of ' : her brother, Corporal .R. Albert- Dorger, who died' on November 15, 'i.n"-'-action.- u near,Naples. The news was received on Decemberll. TV-5.1-.,a l Jean Muething, '40, '.-g aiidpairlina Glenn, '43, are student nurses at fi" Good Samaritan Hospital. f Sympathy is extended to Louceil O'Neil, '22, on the death of her mother, Mrs. Klein O'Neil, which occurred in June, 1943. On February 3, the family of Rita Klingenberg, '38, were notified that her - brother, Lieutenant Joseph Klingenberg, was missing in action. On March 8, they were notified that he is a prisoner in Germany. A Maxine Simmonds, '36, enlisted, in September, in the WAVES. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Albert J. Schreiver CRuth Bell, '32j , Mrs. Paul Daly CDorothy Bell, '37J, and Mrs. Charles Runda QMargie Bell, '40j , on the death of their father, Mr. John Bell, on November 30. Mary Berger, '43, attended Campbell's Business College the past year. G' The marriage of Emily Morand, '39, and Lieutenant Richard Koch was ff-' " solemnized at the Blessed Sacrament Church, Fort Mitchell, Kentucky on 42.15 May 13. Z ' Q. Rita Holman, '33, on the death of their father, Mr. E. C. Holman, which ocgflfj "M curred on September 14. Mr. Holman was also the grandfather of Rosemaryfgf-,'I' Holman, '43. h 1555.1 Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Edward'J. Bracke fMary Holman, '32J and . Announcements have been received of the birth, on April 18, of a-, David Anthony, to Sergeant and Mrs. Joseph F. Kuhn QJulie Steffen, Q-'S,'.lg"g' x- Weicongratulate Agnes Plunkett, '40, on winning, through a 1f examination, a scholarship to the science department of the Catholic Hnivefiit5y,ffV'5 -11' Washington, D. C. U fl-L3,,.Q.j5L -, " . f- '.fi.??"'?-"2if'-'Qi'-"'75:-' 'I i ' Y , .- "" , . " 'Christmasholidays were':saddened."for, Mary -'Alice Shields, "46,'f'by4. "ji 'I' the deathofnher father, Mr. Edward -P..'Shields, ,on December 20.,',Her friends - H 2 and classmates at-thefVilla'sympathize with her and hergfamily in theiri loss.. ' V ,.. Reqvafscafcin Pafel 1' 5 ' ' 1 1 f r 1 s 1 3 ' " 'P Page sixty-seven f --:Q nf. f, 1 . i?j,q5.f' ff iff 4 . " Q " -- "i'E:fjfQ'7f , I'-f' '51 I-:'.3933'.', ' - - ' ' gg: -'ia gg, .,i-il 3 gif? . . A . -If .511 .. '-1341 let-' , -' ' f f L" ,-V' ':' F, " -a' G ' ll if , 5 ,. --f - . Q 1 -.Daze if fs. "ff , ' " -1.5, A ,.jj1f'f 1 'Ejifz 1,SlEPTEMBER' . I' I' , 20 Seniors' pictures flare-f-ftakeiii I 10 Dal'iPupi1s'fregister'.'"M fx.-21 e infstate . -ff-ji?" 12 Boarders arrive, bag and P ."' . ,yf ,f .,. . . - Q., his ai? ' -'e..' f Cziasises begin: Oh woe! ff if 113 :lil-zifjeffj' 'Mass infhonor of the Holy A -,.fgiifif1Qf'Q2f3 Fiiif 2!35C'1?1b1Y Of the Yeaf Q SMP' 7b.lIf5h9 Snlors' , " ",A ' "Sodga'lit35feIectlons held. HQ: First Alumnae Card Party. qgtifrggf' BOL Seniors give arg-r'fG4et. Ac- qilaintedn Partfy-'fcir the 2 Eieshies- 'ifif ,515-fff:?'3 7' af? - OCTQEIER il ',f'l'Qf,7First Month engtghf A '-5'i'N' Seniors are measured for .gf class rings: Juniors select my their pins. 537,13 Q' Freshmen are initiated. -'..,g,:,AfAl f " E, .ya-,-. .u,. H Q,- N i 5-,F .u. . "i-. if '."1Z it f3:f'fr.1'f4'ai -" '5 'If T7 K V. 3. 5-g.. g .. 4 Al.. alt... . 3.5. fl' ', ,, ' gf., . nts, at 2' ,, .. sv., .5..,-',,- , . vt, 1.6 arg . ,j .'-f is -71' 1.-.-,-...V s,- -' ' "' 'iff "I,-3" :.. .fg- 'J 4. ,- A Student Spiritual Council holds an auction sale to raise funds for the Sodality treasury. ..1:Qifff"1,' "':':-".1..:NGVEMBER 'if 1 All Saints' Day. 4, -V I - .,.5 at :Sta .Mary's Cathedral: no 2 7 8, 1, I i Exams: ff ..Seniotr's' receive! thei,r5,proofs.af FEQRUARY I yyye yttyy . 2 Dimeyf representativesfvisit ., ,the Yiila. ' ., ,413 . -.VAHHRM Bi1Ed.'1'Sf2vfis,fir, COW? 'Q 'favorite leitureivyieturrns: -to the Villagpwe seejfilim on 10,4 11' z,' 16, 17 19 4. -:Disney South American tout' -Lat Spanish Asseriiblyig- Reports. I' The Prom. 5-ffffl Veronica Mimosaiives two concerts at the Vina. Alumnae Card Party. MARCH 6 14 Freshman cake sale for Scapular Drive. Seniors take Kentucky Co- operative Tests: Reverend Joseph Stier, S.V.D., lec- tures at Mothers' Club meet- ing. Music pupils conduct As- sembly. I Saint Patrick's Day: the Sodality goes Irish. Retreat. ' Feast of the Annunciation: Sister Miriam's Feast Day. Sewing gauge appears in sewing room. .Whom shall we thank? Class and sports pictures taken for Ros Maris. 31 Juniors take achieve- ment tests. .. ,ul-Easter :vacation-!b.egins,, Ang other - - Ltreai .fzfiiftmig Vltfatheri Griesinger. " " l ff7."1j: 5, Back at school. Senior program for Mothers" '-Club. Charlotte Bracke, '42, and Sara Silva, 43, now attend- -fing Our Lady of Cincinnati College, address the Seniors. Biology Field Trip con- ducted by Miss Iardella wifi .34-'li " -" . fi'-:Egg 1 fi: 2 All Souls Dayi. we hear 16 '47 ' ,ff gg three Masses for the Poor ii - jf? Souls' . 17 fag iiiji. 'J 'i i' " gf 12 Tweed Twirl. 47 -f:j:j5:3.5f5 ' 55. I 'C 22 Hockey game at Sacred 22 24 .?Qff9f3,fl3. ,' ' A Heart. 1 ' 25 Q: filffifffgf' 24328 Thanksgiving vacation. I 5g5..gf-jj I ' 2.-29 Mission week: penny drive 27 5 .QQ-g..jg3.f f ' begins. ' iq 5' Q If .Iuniors receive treat for col- 28 12.4 letting the most pennies. -fjlr, -'feast of the Immaculate 3521? , .j-fgf f -jngonceptionx Boarders go to ref-23 .1 1 'C " ' 'E . APRIL 56:7 lrfjgl '.,,if-319g..'1gSat:red-II-Ieart jys.f, illa. - .2-.Ml -1 1.-Class .Himsa 'afflve-3242.1 I."Q:gg:fs 1' ,l7, -Christmas:carolsfa-re,sung at' "H-, 17 fgfgj 51 1. ' Convent: vacation' 'bre'g1ns. A '1-'8.h 25.1 j,f?'5E3" I ' g .I Christmas treat from Father " EET.: 6-:.4i?:.' D - Eriesinger. 2 1 i Q.: -. 4' 'A .tv-1' " -131 'f'2., . . ffggf-32 "ef-11.0 A Gwses begin again. up gif? ' 4 ' l'3l-,',Electirfin of Annual Staff. li'f'i':25 :jj If 1 I 18 "'QBishop Howard dies., , .W-F. , ' I f'. ,iv . ez: I 'Qin " f Q,-1 ,.4,!..,:::: I .,.d..3A - in .1 .c',2Qlf.G,-L,-V,4... U . AN..-A U I -13.5.51 -1' z..-A.f,fj.,f ,1 ' '-' ' z. N ' 45-.1-Page szxty-eight .73"9' ' 1: X Q 5139-'i I-I'i"fi 523- 1 ' 5ff'Z'2 ' 31-."' APRIL lContinuedD 26 27 28 MAY 2 3 8 9 lO Lynch of Baker-Hunt Mu- seum of Natural History. Seniors attend plays at Our Lady of Cincinnati. Basketball. Sacred Heart vs Villa. Art Assembly reveals sur- prising talent. Mary Jane Popken elected May Queen. Boat ride. Seniors victorious over Jun- iors in nrst game of basket- ball tournament. Freshmen defeat Sopho- mores in second game of tournament. Grades entertain Mothers' Club. Joella begins her Vacation :if 211 early, She's off to Cali- fornia. ll Latin Assembly. Anna Bird Stewart spends the day with us, visiting, lecturing, and autographing books for us. l2 Mother Domitilla's Feast Day. l4 First Communion Da y. Junior Recital. l 5 Senior Recital. l7 Eighth grade scholarship examinations. l9 May Procession. 22 Swimming Meet. 24 Senior Prom and Farewell Banquet. 25 Play Day. 29 Examinations begin. JUNE l-2 Commencement Play. 4 Alumnae Banquet. 6 Graduation Mass. Dk ell Annual Staff , Editor H.. ........ . .......,. ., . H JoAN PLUNKETT, '44 Assiszam Editor ,....., . , ,. ROSEMARIE CONWAY, '44 Business Manager .. .,..,.... . .. ..,. VIRGINIA MCDANIIEL, '44 Assistant Business Manager . ,,.,. ...,,... A IDA VALERIO, '44 Arr Editor ..,.......,.,,.,... .,,, ..,...... . . .. .. PAT SPILLE, '44 Assistant Art Edizor ..,.. ..... M Rosie MARIE HURLEY, '44 Page sixty-nine PATRONS Dr. Fender Adams A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bertke Bolger Coal Company Bolles Sporting Goods Company Dr. J. H. Bustetter Cincinnati Daily Market Reporter J. H. Cornell, M.D. D. J. De Falaise Mr. F. Flottman Fort Mitchell Delicatessen Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kammer Erlanger Lumber Company A Friend A Friend Liggett Drug Company Fort Mitchell Delicatessen 9 Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio . Fred A. Macke . Geo. C. Goode Mr Mr Dr. Lyman A. Lydic . and Mrs. Ernest Lauter Mr R. E. Marsh Flower Shop Walter McBride J Mr. Joseph F. Maunder Quaing's Cafe John J. Radel Company Reliable Monument Company H. H. Roeding and Company Mr. Alfred Spaccarelli Siebler Tailoring Company Dr. W. E. Tait Mrs. John Ziepfel Page seventy ADNJQQQ s 3 H 5 i 5 4 -C 3 3 5 "The proper and immediate end of Christian Education is to cooperate with Divine Grace in forming the true and perfect Christian . . . For precisely this reason, Christian education takes in the whole aggregate of human life, physical and spiritual, intellectual and moral, individual, domestic and social, not with a view of reducing it in any way, but in order to elevate, regulate, and perfect it, in accordance with the example and teaching of Christ." -From the Encyclical of Pope Pius XI "On the Christian Education of Youth" 119295. OUR CATHOLIC SCHOOLS - ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, HIGH SCHOOLS AND COL- LEGES - OFFER THE ONLY UNIFIED SYSTEM OF TRUE, CHRISTIAN EDUCATION F. X. SIEGEL, MD., F.A.C.S. 610 Union Central Building Monsignor G H Geisen HOURS BY APPOINTMENT Telephone CI-lerry 23 78 - 2379 The Search that Never Ends ln the industrial lite ot America RESEARCH has been of con- stantly increasing importance. Today it is a national resource, tor the research of industrial and college laboratories is proving its value in war. The Telephone was born in a laboratory, a result of researches in electricity and acoustics, speech and hearing. And scientists have continued their search unceasingly-learning more about these subjects, to malre the telephone better and better. At Bell Telephone Laboratories the search will never end. Since xs"'m"'0 if 'iii before Pearl Harbor its scientists and engineers have concentrated Q s on products tor our armed torces. But when this worlr is happily 2,0 ft' over they will be ready to continue their developments tor the needs ot peace. CITIZENS TELEPHONE COMPANY, INCORPORATED Page seventy-one Compliments of Dr. E. E. De Villez Compliments of E. R. Plunkett Compliments Compliments of of Dr. Wm. Hickey, D.D.S. A Friend Compliments Compliments E of of Charles J. Farrell, NLD. Dr. E. R. Cumley Compliments Compliments of of Dr. D. L. Hickey Dr. J. Homer Huschart Page seventy-two li 1 J. Vincent Siegel, D.D.S. W. L. SC11211, D.D.S. 1006-07 Provident Bunk Bldg, 402-404 DOCTORS BUILDING 7TH AND VINE STREET Compliments of Dr. J. L. Northcutt PHONE HEMLOCK 0908 Compliments of Dr. John J. Maloney Compliments Compliments of of Louise Aug A Friend . Compliments Compliments ofg of Seventh and Eighth Grades Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Grades Page seventy-three Compliments of Mrs. Stephen Maloney Compliments of Main Street Bakery 602 MAIN STREET COVINGTON, KY. Tel. Colonial 8498--7194 Compliments Compliments of of Kentucky Theatre The Harold J. Nordloh Insurance Agency 54 BUTLER STREET Ludlow, Kentucky Compliments , of Compliments of P365 China Store National Underwriter HOUSE OF 1000 GIFTS C0mP3nY Compliments C0mPllm9'7f3 of Of . TRADE ENGRAVING A Prlend COMPANY Page seventy-four in Covfngfon ffs BLUE BEACON COAL L A N G S Red Jacket Coal RESTAURANT and CAFETERIA For Good Food T A T E BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 623-625 MADISON AVE. 19th and Russell Covington, Ky. Cc?-IXENZFZSN HEm1ock 8807 ' WINDOW sl-IADES CURTAINS BERTKE BROS. CURTAIN RODS DRAPERIES GROCERIES VENETIAN BLINDS The Handy Window GEO. EINKE, JR. Shade CO, MEATS MECKSTROTH BROS. 905 Vine Street CINCINNATI, OHIO 207 E. 12th Street Covington, Ky. TELEPHONE CHERRY 4020 T. N. ROSE V. S. TUMEY FRANK RICHARDS Kathman'S Goodyear Shoe Repair BERNARD KATI-IMAN ALLISON E5 ROSE FUNERAL HOME 111 West Fifth Street fNear Raceb Madison and Robbins4Aves. CINCINNATI O' COVINGTON, KENTUCKY Phone PArkWay 9647 Compliments T. M. SWINDLER O, FUNERAL SERVICE Connley Funeral Home 214 West Southern Avenue Main Street 1 1 East Southern Avenue Covington, Ky. Independence, Ky. LATONIA, KENTUCKY Phone Hem. 3014 Ind. 5080 HE. 2241 Page seventy-five PRICE SKILL GOOD FOOD - GOOD DRINKS and QUALITY SERVICE A GOOD TIME WIGGINS TAVERN Popular Prices FIFTH and VINE STREETS BLANK'S PHARMACY PHONE HIGHLAND 0713 38 North Fort Thomas Avenue FORT THOMAS, KY. Compliments of Latonia Ice '55 Fuel Co. CHAS. RIPPE Dealer in GOOD COAL l GROCERIES and MEATS Blue Diamond Furnace Crown Harlan Stoker Coal HEmlOCk 2663 Vghltetgali Smgkeiess 3418 DECOURSEY AVENUE eme o vay o e PHONE HEMLOCK 2057-2058 Latonia, Kentucki' IT COSTS NOTHING TO FIND OUT IF D S HT T PLYMOUTH TERMITES EOTO 1145094 Are Damaging Your Home HEm Oc For Free Expert Inspection CALL TERMINIX, MA. 6757 . World's Largest in Termite Control Zlmmer Motor CO' 40 Mglhin 130213 Resources De Soto and Plymouth Dealers OD S an l13I'3.IltCCS Each Terminix Insulation 559 PIKE STREET E. J. Zimmer Covington, Ky. CITIZENS South Ft. Mitchell Dairy MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS l PIKE AND MADISON AVENUE Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Best by Test STENKEN BROS. 320 HIGHLAND AVE. HEmlock 1477 Page seventy-six Chas. Zimmer Hardware Co. "Look for the Hatchet" VALSPAR PAINTS AND VARNISHES PHONE HEMLOCK 4741 Compliments of Summe 55 Ratermann Company Latonia Springs Dairy 537-39 Pike Street Covington, Ky. COVINGTON, KENTUCKY HEmlock 4040 HEm1ock 4040 SMART TOGS PEERLESS AND LINCOLN BLOCK FOR THE Missy MISS COAL AT Montgomery Coal Company COVINGTON, KENTUCKY J. WAYNE RUsK, JR., President HELLMAN LUMBER Y5 MANUFACTURING CO. LUMBER AND MILLWORK HEmlock 0121 COVINGTON, KENTUCKY The John R. Coppin Company Madison at Seventh YY- Y- - UNIFORMS Academies Schools Graduates First Holy Communion A. B. Sudhoff '55 Company TEXTILE BUILDING CINCINNATI Linoleum and Composition Tile Floors F. A. Kamp Flooring Company 31 WEST SIXTH STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO South Fort Mitchell Beauty and Barber Shoppe 2483 DIXIE HIGHWAY Phone HEmlock 9446 ALLIE BROCK, Prop. Page seventy-seven l The First National Bank and Trust Co. COVINGTON, KENTUCKY Oldest National Bank in Northern Kentucky Deposits Insured Under Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Compliments TILLMAN FURNITURE COMPANY Compliments of Peoples-Liberty Bank Y5 Trust Co. COVINGTON, KENTUCKY Member Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation The John Trenkamp Dairy Dairy Products of Any Description 603 West Eleventh Street COVINGTON, KENTUCKY Phone HEmlock 4654 Stewart-Carr Stationer Greeting Cards Ofiice Supplies Lending Library New Books Adding Machines 505 MADISON AVE. Covington, Ky. HEmlock 8 73 6 Shop, HEmlock 4962 Res., HEmlock 75 64 Galvanized Cornice, Tin, Iron and Slate Roonng Guttering and Spouting Castings for All Furnaces and Stoves Furnace Work a Specialty Carey's Slate Coated and Rubberoid Roofing for Sale FRED. WACI-IS 25 SONS fFormerly a Partner with Wm. Wachs Sonsj PRACTICAL TINNERS and ROOFERS Agents for Moncrief and Economy Furnaces 570 PIKE ST. qopp. Burrocio Cov1NGToN, KY. Gift Department COL, 0817 Elmer T. Herzog DIAMONDS - WATCHES - JEWELRY Greeting Cards for All Occasions 806 Madison Ave. Covington, Ky. Compliments of The Hanneken Dairy Co. 624 Scott Boulevard COVINGTON, KENTUCKY Phones COlonial 0694 - COlonial 0695 Page seventy-eight Compliments of JACK and JILL BOWLING ALLEYS CHerry 31 19 J ANITORS SUPPLY CO. Our Compliments Flavorite Doughnut Company Your Friendly Drive-in Bakery DIXIE HIGHWAY Klappert Moving E5 Storage COVINGTON, KENTUCKY Cleaning Materials and Equipment Moving -T Storage Sanitary Fixtures and Supplies Cfatmg 323 SYCAMORE STREET Long Distance Moving CINCINNATI, OHIO HE. 6656 CO. 1488 Compliments K R A U s E of CLIFFORD W. KRAUSE . 1 d . PURE DRUGS Joseph A Kuch e an Co Tenth and Madison Avenue COVINGTON, KENTUCKY FORD - MERCURY - LINCOLN ZEPHYR Erlanger, Kentucky Compliments Compliments of of J. L. HILS HICKORY BARBECUE All Meats and Fowls Cooked with Hickory Wood LATONIA 5c TO 351.00 STORE Rittes Corner LATONIA, KENTUCKY Page seventy-nine 1 Kahmann if Rehkamp Co. "QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS" BRUEGGEMANN TRUCKING COMPANY Phone HEmlock 216 7 l 343 W. Ninth St. Covington, Ky. . Phone HEmlock 6373 1540 NANCY ST. COVINGTON, KY. Eyes Examined GlassesbFitted WALK-OVER SHOES I I FRANK RIGGS f . of OPTICIANI MEN and WOMEN 140 Pike Street VIII? SIIGCI ClI'lCl1'lI'13II, COVINGTON, KENTUCK1' U Phone CH. 8699 Service from 11 a.m.-2 a.m. L. M. , PRINCE vALER1o s OPIICIIGVYS Cincinnati's Leading L IA ESTA RAN 4 West Eourth Street . ITAL N R U T Luncheon 35c-5Oc - Evening Dinner 50C-75c CINCINNATI 114 E. .sixth sf. I Cincinnati, ohio Second Floor THE BOONE-KENTON LUMBER CO. Dealers in Lumber and Millwork, Sash Doors, Roofing, Sheet Rock, Etc. 219 CRESCENT AVE. ERLANGER, KY. ' Phone Dlxie 1138 The Covington Trust and Banking Company flncorporatedj Loans on Real Estate Small Loan Department CEasy and convenient paymentsD N.E. Corner Sixth and Madison Ave. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Company Page eighty 'Q C. 1-. GROESCHEN B. J. GROESCHEN Hlland 0301 Hlland 1021 GROESCHEN BROS. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Remodeling - Store Fronts Builders of Modern Homes SOUTHGATE NEWPORT, KY. There is beauty and protection in every can of l'Wearmore Paint" The A. L. Boehmer Paint Co. ll4 PIKE STREET COVINCTON, KY. Pebbleford Distillery Company Incorporated Registered Distillery NO. 34 WILDER, NEWPORT, KENTUCKY HEmlOck 9014 Geofs Cafe and Restaurant 33 East 5th Street COVINGTON, KY. We serve Home Cooked Foods and Old Kentucky Bourbon Phone lV1Ain 45 70 Capitol Furniture Co. We Buy, Sell and Trade NEW and USED FURNITURE 244 West 5th Sr. CINCINNATI, Compliments of THE SEINSHEIMER PAPER CORPORATION Compliments Marge Lucas Hat Shop Individual Designs to Order 1016 Mercantile Library Building 414 Walnut Street CINCINNATI, OHIO CUFFE TTZ- Page eighty-one Compliments Catherman Funeral Home LUDLOW, KENTUCKY SUPPLIES FOR THE DRAFTSMAN and ENGINEER Blueprints - Photostats The Ferd. Wagner Co. . 432 MAIN STREET Compliments of Mr. Joseph Vogelsang Compliments ' of Sam's Confectionery Compliments of Dr. Margaret J. Zwissler CHIROPRACTOR "Within the spine lies health" J. Wilde Company BUILDING SUPPLIES COAL and COKE 1512 Russell St. HEmlock 0063 "If It Swims I Have It" S H E VL I N ' S oYsTER and CHOP HoUsE r- I 27 East Sixth Street FoR 25 YEARS C1Nc1NNAT1's REAL SEAFOOD HoUsE Phone Order Department: CI-Ierry 4453-MAin 0337 GATTO E5 COMPANY Wholesale PRUITS and VEGETABLES Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions Our Specialty 236 West Sixth Street CINCINNATI, OHIO PHONE HE. 8723 Page eighty-two Park Dry Goods Company TV7EI.FTH AND BANKLICK STREETS Dry Goods and Notions Draperies and Table Oil Cloth GENT'S FURNISHINGS SIMPLICITY PATTERNS CoV1NoToN, KY. Phone HEmlock 8723 MEET ME AT Queen Garden Restaurant DELICIOUS FOODS AND DRINKS Compliments of Boeckley's Pharmacy Compliments of Alphonse G. Riesenberg Compliments of DeLuXe Yellow Cab HE. 7390 -' 6500 Cov1NoToN, KY. I'IEmIock 7056-7057 SONG SHOP Records - Sheet Music Greeting Cards 36 E. FIFTH STREET CINCINNATI. 01-IIO Louis Schlosser Coal Co. 3' COAL and COKE We Specicllize in Stoker Coal , Twelfth and C. 'id O. R. R. Cov1NoToN, KY. HEmlock 7056 - 7057 SILVERGLADE'S FINE CHEESE AND QUALITY SAUSAGE Stand No. 2, Findlay Market Phone CH. 7221 39 East 6th Street PA. 9199 Page eighty-three CENTER FARM Horseback Riding - Instructions Hayrides - Dinners - Card Parties Weddings Clean Picnic Grounds Phone DI. 7698 Compliments of R. Clifford Dressman Coby's Pharmacy Ethical Prescription Service Phone HEmlock 0631 19th and Holman Streets COVINGTON, KY. 'EYES EXAMINED - GLASSES FITTED the Modern Way L. J. METZGER Phone HEmlock 0535 631 Madison Ave. COVINGTON, KY. EVANS J EWELERS LATONIA, KY. First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Covington THE IDEAL PLACE TO SAVE All Accounts Insured up to 35,000 Current Dividends 473 OFFICE OPEN DAILY 501 Main Street Phone HEmlock 1345 Compliments ' THE FAMILY LIQUOR STORE "Kentucky's Finest" 2 W. Pike St. at Madison Avenue Covington, Kentucky STANLEY W. Foss, Proprietor HERBERT J. STEINKEN, Manager Compliments of A FRIEND Page eighty-four Compliments of RICHLAND THEATRE CARROLLTON, KY. Your education is not com lete until P you have had a post graduate course in fun at CONEY ISLAND America's Finest Amusement Park 'IThere's always a charm in flowers" James O'Mal1ey, Inc. FLORIST 621 Walnut Street CINCINNATI, OHIO PArkway 2026 I-IEmlOck 5353 . Compliments of GAYETY THEATRE ERLANGER, KY. Compliments of Jimmy Brink Frank A. Beiting OPTICIAN Fourth Floor 7 Union Central Building Fourth and Vine CINCINNATI Phone PArkway 4188 Compliments of George Krebs' Sons FURNITURE, RUGS, LINOLEUMS Krebs Building - Third and Court HAMILTON, OHIO New England Hat Manufacturing Company 118 EAST SIXTH ST. CINCINNA YI Phone PArkway 1949 Page eighty-five Compliments C0mPIimeV?fS of of MRS, JQSEPH FELTMAN Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Middendorf HEm1ock 0085 Compliments of NICHOLAS J. GAUSEPOHL Liberty, Madison REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE and Broadway Theatres BEN A- ADAMS C0- COVINGTON' KY- Fifth ond Madison Covington, Ky. nu n- I 1 l Page eighty-six Phone I-IEmlock 4693 Fort Mitchell Garage JOSEPH KUCHLE AUTO REPAIRING The Oswald 23 Taube Co. Frozen Fruits and Vegetables Bakers' Supplies and Equipment Second and Race Streets Dixie Highway COVINGTON, KY. Compliments of Ex I and 5 K 1 Weezel Bait Company Folding Sf Cartons 3506 COLUMBIA CINCINNATI, OHIO The C. W. Zumbiel CO. Manufacturers 2339 Harris Ave. Jlifferson 3600 N CINCINNATI, OHIO Better MUCH Better "Good Will" Stoves and Ranges Manufactured by P. A. KLAINE Cincinnati On Sale at Good Will Stove Stores Fifth and Madison Sts., Covington 638 Monmouth St., Newport Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Schneider Compliments - INDEX MACHINERY CORPORATION 49 CENTRAL AVENUE CINCINNATI, OHIO Page eighty-seven Compliments of the A. M. LEWIN LUMBER CO. 24th and Madison Avenue CoVINC1ToN, KENTUCKY HEmlock 0465 HEmlock 0466 ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL 635 SYCAMORE STREET - CINCINNATI, OHIO Prepares Boys for Leading Colleges and Universities Conducted by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus For Information Apply to Principal PLYMOUTH COAL COMES BY RIVER HoLDs FIRE OVER NIGHT A Coal of Quality for Particular People Hatfield-Campbell Creek Coal Co. 728 Madison Avenue Phone HEmlock 0600 THE BOTTLE IS YOUR PROTECTION You are Sure of the Purity of Your Drink lt tastes better and IS better for your good health when it bubbles cool from the bottle ALL FLAVORS . . . ALSO VICHY, CLUB SODA AND GINGER ALE Order a Case for the Home M NERAL soDA Tliiouis FR l T Z AVATER IEOJMPANY INCORPORATED Phone HEmlock 0575 COVINGTON, KENTUCKY Page eighty-eight Compliments of KOLBE PAINT CO. Phone HEmlock 1447 ALBERT J. LUBRECHT GENERAL CONTRACTOR 521 Greenup Street COVINGTON, KY. Office: I-IEmlock 2185 Residence: CO1onia1 0713 Protect Your Health with Sanitary Plumbing THOS. SHERIDAN SANITARY PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Licensed Master Plumber and Sewer Tapper 1 1 15 Madison Avenue COVINGTON, KY. "Efficient Repair Service" ED. C. KELLEY I PLUMBING Rand HEATING CONTRACTORS FAIRBANKS-MORSE STOKERS Phone HEmlock 4751 519 Main Street ' COVINGTON, KY Page eighty-nine Compliments of Bavarian Brewing Company Schlachter's Quality Market "THE STORE WITH COURTESY" N. E. Cor. Fourth and Madison Phone I-IEmlock 9558 COVINGTON, KY. Roessler Brothers, Incorporated Established 1900 CINCINNATI, OHIO Quality Footwear For All the Family Panger 25 Rampe Inc. PEARL and BROADWAY CINCINNATI OHIO Page ninety COMPLIMENTS OF MARTIN POUNDRY COMPANY T. J. CONNER, Inc. HEATING AND PLUMBING Power Piping and Air Conditioning GENERAL SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS . . . PIPE FABRICATION 3290 Spring Grove Avenue CINCINNATI, OHIO Phones: KIrby 3727-3728 Night Phone: Klrby 3851 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Page ninety-one -AL BEST WIsHEs REMKE'S MARKETS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1944 Atlas Laundry and Dry Cleaners Compliments of ROBERT RUTTLE FLORIST MADISON AVENUE Dixie Highway and Requardt Lane HEMLOCK 5505-5506-5507 l '-I usinnnus nswws co. covwcufw-f lv Meet Your Friends At Crescent Dairy Store 24 East Seventh 1040 Madison 14 West Southern Ave. Compliments of Dixie Distributing Co. Compliments of H. Eilerman 'Ed Sons HILKER 'ES BLETSCH COMPANY Manufacturers of Specialties for Bakers, Hospitals, Restaurants, Hotels, Institutions 15-17-19 EAST PEARL ST. CINCINNATI Page ninety-two ilm Take Care of Your Eyes Stewart Fries, Cyril Fries Jerome Fries I FRIES BRos. Dr. Geo. V. Flaig WHOLESALE COMMISSION HEMLOCK 7966 MERCHANTS Sixth and Madison Second Floor TELEPHONE MAIN 6978 , Y- . . COVINGTON K N.E Cor. 2nd '55 Sycamore Cincinnati A Compliments Compliments of of Sears Roebuck and Co. COVINGTON, KENTUCKY Walter J. Cilassmeyer REAL ESTATE 347 W. Fifth Street CINCINNATI, OHIO LooK FoR THE SIGN "PARK AND SHOP" Covington's Food Center The Home of NOBETTER COFFEE And Foods GEO. W. HILL '35 CO. 25, 27, 29 Pike Street 24, 26 West Seventh Street COVINGTON, KY. F. E. HUGENBERG B. J. GLINDMEYER E. H. NIEMEYER Hugenberg and Glindmeyer FUNERAL HOME Phone HEmlock 0292 40 W. Sixth St. COVINGTON, KY. "Have Heile Express It" Covington - Cincinnati - Latonia Park Hills - Ft. Mitchell E X P R E S S 507 SCOTT BLVD. COVINGTON, KY. Compliments of Harry J. Hilling Page ninety-three Compliments of A FRIEND SW O ER - A BOU T YO U R PAPER PROBLEMS GET Jusr wHAr You NEED from SEXTON'S wma selections G 0 O D F O 0 D FOR PLEASED GUESTS TUXEDO FEEDS FOR INCREASED PRODUCTION FEED V 6' A+ QQ' SOA 'L o.- 'll ec 0, 'VT PAR Compliments of WHITE MOTOR COMPANY CINCINNATI, OHIO STAN'S MARATHON SERVICE WASHING - GREASING SIMONIZING AUTO REPAIRING 7th and Saratoga HI. 6644 NEWPORT, KY. BABER CAB CO Co, 4400 Forget Trafli: Worries TAKE A TAXI 612 York Street NEWPORT, KY. For the finest American and Italian Foods Pompilio's Cafe 6th and Washington Avenues NEWPORT, KY. HE. 9852 R. E. PATTERSON 227 Sixth Avenue DAYTON, KY. Compliments of Stokes Industries Compliments of A FRIEND Reliable, Frequent, Comfortable BUS SERVICE to all the Dixie Highway Communities THE DIXIE TRACTION CO. tlncorporatedj Q Page ninety-five Compliments of AUGUST WAGNER and Daughter, HELEN ,, 1 l 1 If Page nineIy- ' f rm nf' 'D 9, Q5 r 4, 9 2 2 E I e 22 5 e il 5 F If E i H 1 5 Q 2 1 Z , a i 3 2 N u 5 E E K s ! s E 4. u 'x ,HTL


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Villa Madonna Academy - Ros Maris Yearbook (Villa Hills, KY) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

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Villa Madonna Academy - Ros Maris Yearbook (Villa Hills, KY) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

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Villa Madonna Academy - Ros Maris Yearbook (Villa Hills, KY) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

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