Villa Maria Academy High School - Reflections Yearbook (Malvern, PA)

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Jfis' the story af l!lllLIllNG ..... Pl OT PLANS PURPOSE 'R Al Marla Ar ll mx Dcslgmd lux experts xx hose phrlosophx ts guxdctl lm Truth Acttx IIILS .md Scmors lo ronstrutt toxxtrs of mth or lui QD l t l P llllzlll "I'Illl v - 3 Villa . P '. lc 2 0 PROGRANI: Cl.1sscs.Org.1niz.1tions. Y 'I Strcr I l' lvcttvr l"Il7. ll! life as related by HHHEH NS Nlwmm lllimmn vim'-sm'EN .2 .ng -. E V I . 1 XV 132 "7 ', '. N H S 1 .l' x ru 'Q is 1 ,,1Np:'. -4 - , , ', . ..,A.'+ 1. 473 I' ra - -.- Q- vga "gg" 'QT' 4. .VJ ,fr if 'bfyf f-,1-189' H-rf , 'X . as . x 'bk ,J A- 4-,.'h.g --. - ' , pm - s an M3-rf R331 K N A I ,f .lgwwww wi Ui 5 ,, ations , v, Q 1 A.-.--:Lf ..... --.-- -,,,, .,,,..,,V .. W, 'qv ,,,...., -"' uf ' h Y ' bl ' A .V X . o , ,, ....., h h I , ' a H-14, f. f l Q, an-.,..s -4.. .. '-4 -' I 1. 4 ' s ' . ,,,,. ,.,,,,,..,+.1-f--' ' ...---v-.-.-- , , V , J I 1 . 3'To Sam! JO:9gPlZgnJhsWlIh prayeri that we. wholadrhire himiibt asia 'craftsmah but asithe builder of a spjrifual through his the-g 4u1rgmi1 ggiQ51gi,endgqvhorstif g fl , d33? ,ff -A - ,-up f. : .-Q.-a-kp- . -- .J-Q--.-...-.-..-.-- ..,..., ,.-. , .......,....... . , A A 4- f i S Q 'J 3 N- A , , w ..,,.,. Nh -.vw--n,....- ! .7 W r V.. 1 - . , . , ,..,- n x 1 X W,. - 'Mm I -' h h M122 13 , , .Q 5 ' f I . ,, I ,V f uf P ff 112 Q.. V, ' """"'f' V ' - NO1J'n8lf'G-. . t' ar" ' ' H55-' nw ' 'fiiiffff'-f 3 :LP!?MS'k-' .w x -'TL 11' 'J' L, S -v vfrvi-'I' v ' f,!'J,.-va' A , .. .f -2-s K .. , fe, k , . ' X . h f -tm i Q-. hh M ...quail 1-nun-an-Q... page-40 "M:Z2cdicafia11 Co Sam! Jvscp The e are the architect ot Mary . . . PLANS THAT mnterinliye into scholastic or extra-curricular activity' for the student body' are mapped right here in Re- gina Mundi office. the power- house of the school. MOTHER CARMEN ROSA, I.H.M.. the Principal, discusses arrange- ments for the Senior Prom - with Hildegarde Schuvler. of the Leader L President Group. --+..1 Sisters and l'iiiIllt'l'!-. tlu-re are so few ymrcls to express to you our gratitude. Hou lrclpvtl to t'm1stru1't the 4'lurreu'tc'r that is ours. Hou wwe- irrtc-11-sts-tl in us its incliyitluuls uut just us at grroup. Yes. you wvrr' iIlWilyS tlu-rv to syulputllizr- yyitll our surroyys as yu-ll us to Sllllfl in our good times. llmx ysill ue repuy you? liy llkltfillgl our future t-onticlently lwvutise of the rnurul and iutellcft-trial training which you so carefully planned and so strongly int'ulr'ute'd. GOOD COUNCIL office is brightened by the pleasant smile of MOTHER M. CATHERINE LOUISE. I.H.M., who helps with the business affairs of the Villa. l, 1. E: lLPf'Il SISTER -I-HERESE AGNES. I.H.M. 1 Religion IV: Typing I, II: Stenog- graphv I, II. lRighIl SIS- TER MARIIi IMMACULEE. I.H.M.-Religion III: Alge- bra I. II: Trigonometry: Moderator of the Children of Mary. sri. 'IE - . Q whe ereate the idea . . . ,I . ,I '14 'ht.X' 'Dv :""e'L.,f 'Vi SISTER JAMES MARITA. I.H,M.-Religion III: English III. IV: National Problems: Adviser of Reffettions. Right: SISTER M. JOANNE. I,H.M.--History III: Librarian. Af'-sz 'L ' ..,, X, Q4 r A -Q7-' 51, ST, SEBASTIAN, I.H.M.- keteh the blueprint lilnlllilllilililulililllllllllllllll RfllgionlfE"g'l5hllISP""I5hI'HI SISTER M. LUCINA. I.H.M.7Religi0n II: Biologv: Chemistryg Moderator of the Arhlcrics Assn. I I, l'. ' l Art. . I . I J, ...Q 1, ,,.fJ. 5 I .fQ,!'fl,-13 """f' t ,AFI 7 , - SISILR Nl. HELEN NIADELEINE. I,H.M.WRcfigion II: Larin I, II. III SISTER MARIE LA REINE. Religion I: English I: French I, II: Vimacady Adviser. A , 1" I J , X TllE MUSIC DEPARTMENT functions eflicientlv and en- tertaininglv under the direc- tion of SISTER REGINA CE- CILIA, I.H.lVl., lrightl, and her assistant. SISTER CECILE MARIE, I,H.M. V MRS. l..UClLl.li CHANDLER Athletic Instructor I . I MRS, ANNE WILSON Dancing Teacher prepare the peoilioation . . . A FAMILIAR SIGIIT every' Tuesday is the arrival of the Augustinian priests to conduct religion classes in the high school. Seen below are Very Rev. Jos. Grifferty. O,S.A,. Rev. Henry Eagan. O.S.A.. and Rev. RLV4 FRANQ15 CQILLIGAN, O,S,A4- Chas. Knapp, O.S.A. tlnsel: Rev, Francis Dennis, O.S.A.J publif Spglkingz Moderator of the Cap 'n Bonnet Society. lc I I I I I ,rm t.....P- in' .1 I 1 THE LOWER SCHOOL FACUIXIY --Sister M. Agnexsm. l.H.M., Fira! and Second Grades: Sister lVl.1ryTrinitv. l.H.M.. Fifth, Sixth, and Swvnlh Gradex: Sister M. Cecile Marie, I.H.M.. Third and Fourth Cradesq Sister M. Joanne, I.H.M.. Eighth Grade. MISS THILRLSA GIORDANU Athletic lnatru-:tor THL CAHJILRIA is kept fumtioning smoothlv through the comhined ettorts of Sister M.1ryGemm.1. l.H.M.. Profuralor: Sister M. John Michael. I.H.M.. Home Economics luarhi-r: and Sistcr Alice Dolores. I.H.M.. Rvfectorian. 4,21 ii 'S -Q Jf ,A Yagi? ' 3 fliix A , f 9' '55 R .2. -A 23" ff 0 1, "r 'es ,'k .Q '-1l.,Q.,'. - G , ,, R' 1 X I t,,5 M "::.'R3 Ir 1 K , -. 7- is Q., . L. , M ,gy N99 fh- .uv-' 4 W-11.71 , 'i-Qfx' f Q ' v 5 I x Ln , " ". x O , ' , .'-N., ,a,.f,V . " 4 I 5 7 I A ' ' J' If A T' P' I MC 5 A 'X : ' "4 nffftbx If .-' ' C A 2,-.sg 1 I L N ' 1 ' ' ' . 4 ' ,. ' z..- .-. 'f Vglvwslfit Y yn' Flf ' ..:-c,-: -.- . -' - NX. v 1 ' f .K H' , ,' '. ,fx , M 3. - ta' 'I' - .. ... 1, ,,,.' L l T' .V-t K A ,. .-., 'I - 4- , , .,- s . I. C:-K iv' , -aa, 4 X . 6' -L .rf 'Q 'vt wE+13+93V' 'I L...-A011 nan, k-.-...... ,rs gil gv is 3 1 ,, ...,..1,f..,M.nav-" jg- "M M' 'ef' - , 1 -.51.,,. ' ,ga.,u .vue 1-.T , f . A f-1',L'b-'Y 11 5 v-1. ,?,,,..,, .5 ,- 21" 1 ,.a.--- M- ' , . 21. y e .. ,Aw . - Ea,,, Thisfbuilding represents the begin- "i,11:gl,0f our Alma Mater at Greentree. At one time, it was the William A. Wtarner, Jr. estate, and the mansionrwas a replica of Washington's ancestral home in Eiigfancfi "Sulgravie." Mayf 1925 saw a conversion of the mansiown houseinto a school for grades one through eight, which were being transferred from Immaculata, Pennsyl- vania. Aftergamgradualtintroduction of high School, fb? Year? 19Z,8,,1zt9ught,,a secondary school to "Villa,Maria." . This building nownlontains the con- vent and the dormitories for resident students of the lower school. The most ing"Villa Maria" is our 0ft0ur Lord. For this I , gre sonaifhfnstsill remains the most popular ,Q A W campus. ,ir ' t .MW ,A ,,-...W ,' A f" -111 ,V A ,N M H .,..,w,Qy,,Qf,,, lv 3, K. ,. V 5 't 'ff rcn .SQL --A-an .40 X lig-I- l. T F f X -y ss, ,A Ala , x 2 Q53 i' ' n my - 9. .. K 5 'G x H 2 2 a W 3 5 QW! I 2 .,., M ,,,. gilt aww gr ' . f Xi Y 3 9 9' 3 -Q iz? f , 2 Q ' ' X Q li. X 'W X- I 6 it in ar ,Q ,,, f.,x.f .,X., , V yy Q LA 'Xl XX G X G t Q if ? ,,,i-M JU' As-'av uf- V -w gv'er nwyw A, F, 1 , A L0 THE NEW CAFETERIA style lunches bring to Villa Maria happier faces, healthier appetites. and jollier conversations. LORETTA STILLMAN and Margaret Hogan lead their class as faithful Presidents. WORLD HISTORY comes to life as enthusiastic explorers discover far off lands on lifcsize maps. A X -,X 1 f L. . , ,iff .,!' if -X' N X 4' ff "V" 1 X A , Kg A Q F' x A it w W, ,fx j,,' 4 X x V x L' n --fb :V 4 ,, W Z Kev' 4 , ,kg gig, I Taira --..,,-.- J bm I I V557 7H.f j, fr 4. - W f"Ti,zh ' 15+-4-ftp, 5 4 ' 2 - - , -,:A:,- E. r f G . f 'wi , ,,,, M 'T 'I ' 1 8 2 Q U I- V , ff: " 1 3 A 3 A -Q if Q 1 . H ,.,.L I ,- " f , 4' f - 1 -ffjq VXG , f Q G I 1- X x I , Y ,f X N 3 X If X x A 9 9 3 i if 2 5 s 1 2 Q f ya .'0Pll0MllIlll.. I ci X4 ff-ffNfl6 framswark is assembled . . . Sept:-nilwr Vdlllf' and furprifinggly eimtigli. me- in-re rleligglitvcl at the prufpe-vt ul returns ing tu 54'lllNll. Nu lmigvr was mira thc' till:- ul living: tht- xmiiigvst vltisf untl surelx that 11-rtuin pang: of ftraitgviwfs fu prvxalerit las Sr-ptvnilwr had xanialletl. This yt-ar iw were apotliglitc-tl in two wpe- vial ments. First 4-ante our reception into tlw lfhildrcn of Mary Organizatitm. a timer to lir- furgotten Merit with its 4-mistant reminder mour gold nu-clals. X .xxx ff PATRICIA BOYLE and Ellen Mulligan. Secretarv- X treasurets. guide us through our important Q Af Sophomore year. SOPHOMORES-First Row: L. Gillin. P. Gerace. H. Ger- Forsyth. J. Ownes. M. Werzel. J. Killmond. H. Angelina. mer. M. Mascio. M. Meighan. M. Boyle. I. Schramm. Third Row: R. Hoffner, D. Baptista. M. Glass. D. Del- D. Monzo. M. Staehle. Second Row: M. Roberts. N. lin. S. Scerca. S. Wysocki. A. Dart. G. Tumelty. B. Pilot. J. Del Vacchio. J. Baralak. M. Livengood. V. Murray. M. Potts. M. Furia. 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A Q t E SX5 O gt, ' ' f 5 4 1 ' Q 5 6' " 1-Q Che de :gn emerge Xext we felt fullx llIIlIdlt"d IIIIO Nophomore seat when our tla pms were be towed upon us durmg. fhrlstmas weelt hut most of all thls tear opened a new world of tlenme to u m htoloftx alas en of tourse there was feometrx whlth IIIIlI21lt'd us lnto a few new anftle W hfn ha ltethall tdN0II arrlxed we found mam team memheri and we theered them on wlth ffusto The operetta had renewed Interest a- mam of us joined the thorus llne Thts tear Craduatlon meant saslng goodhxe to our Bw Sisters as Qthool matei Howexer we ltnew the-e frlendehlpi so stronglx forfted at Yllla Nlarla would nexer wealten NANCY PILOT and Margaret Potts geometry students llsten attentlvely as Marv Ann Mowrey demonstr tes step by step the ronstructnon of an angle THIS PRIZE WINNING Thanksgrung basket IS proudly displayed by Anna Dart Rosemarie Hoffner and Mar garet Potts MUSIC REPRESENTATIVES Margaret Strause and Mary Ellen Glass analyze selecttons from the Nutcracker Sum ' f O - 'ss ' . s ' . ' ' ' ' 5" ' S' ' r"':S.Th . . . , x , v ' , ' ' ' Q. A ' A K' . ' ' ' F s. W ' S' s " . ' , ' I' of our classmates transferred from spectators to -u I , , I. P 1 . . I U 4 . .A V I . ' -1 -Q v 'V F x K 5- - e l . Q .1 . I' . ' J .4 iigsn-' -Q. INN, 1 QQ! 6 my 'lv If .3.1,1"i"f'j1? 'Q . 1 ,FJ " 4- 1.36 4 I .VSA I . 0 H LC ,g,l31Qi5if ,.4,ff1yr.1fwJ2ff1'Z1 y, 4114! 'J Jwd1.,44ffl '1,ff',A6fV'l7"'f , :,, ,1W L, , jf 'f my 146- 7,9-11771 ibffgrxzfzi! Ain faldfzfn---. 1.40, fmjif -57, ,mM4uff'M7f'f"'f 'fff . M, f 4 H ., ,,, , if ,nmuff mZ1r4,47 14411 ' 901174141 IJJ 41,1 ,nfulaeaf W ,i,4,1fff,f,1.f,n V f'f"',lf lm ' f, E J f' ' KM' ,Aw ., ng, ,Inf 'ff 1?A 'Q fi ' X ' 1 4, I , l lla 0 ' a , ' 1 i Xhh, 4, - l xl - . D, 4 V? ix AU" .V x mw- -W ,..v ,W--.bi f-M WW , V , H qiifw Q' w -1 - Y S ' LA' gi Q., V F, , ff' A , 'fl ' W'q 2 1 U ' 'Jia if W M133 ' if . S 2 - M ggi . Q 41 , .. If ' g E 532155 f P -..:a.-'..-r..-.:: : i yjlgm 35' 44 L A xl L,,,' 5 4 W fir K X f . ' Q , . ' X ' X' 0 I X . ' " Q AA X ' Q: -ff . 6 4 V A' Pr .I K 04 v E 1 f ' 5 . Q 9 W if pq s I If xi 7 , - ' , .I . 42" Q: I A x X V 1 X , 7 t 'X Q 'L' X ce ' s. X f ' G v g . ' .L Q 1. v Q' 'g'.'M'9!"S"!Q'lJ'S-ff" 'sal I ' 17' " 1 I ' QLJLJUA ,,,,,. .-.-w-...av , .,...........,.........-. , 1 M . ' TA in xxx. 7 X ' if: if win, 1 i' ,wif 4 V . ' 4 Y ' 'X X . X! V- b . ' 4 I ' ' , x.k f 1 C .Q 5 d N ef l ' 4 x X . X 7 K' , f K ff ,Xl . X! A - f X . 6 F, A -D X Xiffffg X W V if . Ay 5 x 'V 1 I , V Y 5 V RV F lil? V Kunz, C. Holmes, G. Rafa, and C. Harrington. LIBRARY MATERIAL awarded by the Freedom's Founda- tion provide valuable research areas for P. Grubb, J. gt, . I i P ,":l':i1'nbg X I . 4 i J. PURCELL and F. Pazery tape their voices to check their French pronunciation as K. Connor and R. Beln wait their turn. BUSINESS AFFAIRS of the class are ably handled by D. Murphy, President, and A. Dunworth, Secretary-Treasurer. 3 U 1 I i L' Us ,il- 3 . Plan became reality. Our days at X illa Nlaria continue to mean more and more to us. As upperclassnieri. we develop our character and ln-come thc person me want to lie. Through our strong and wholesome example. we endcavor to set forth the specilications of a true X illa Marian. juniors strive lor this role. as some of us turn to typing and stenography. while others attack the arts and sciences. Added maturity makes us more interested in making our school days inernorahle ones. No activity passes hy unnoticed. Un the hocltey Iield me find many of our classmates luring- ing glory to us and to Villa Maria. Many enthusi- astic Juniors practice hour after hour on the lmaskethall courts. hoping to attain the perfection we desire in everything we do. All cannot be hockey or lnaskcthall players: however. we show our spirit as dancers and singers in the all-important and long-remembered "0peretta." ,lune brought Class Day and our participation in the heautiful Daisy Chain Ceremony which symhol- izes the links of friendship which endure through the years. J. TRUSKEY seems to enjoy her role as teacher of English Literature. Her assistants are L. Scheib, C. Harrington, and C. Nemetz. A g Q K 1 1 T l l l IT'S FITTING TIME in the Home Economics Department. Betsy and Elizabeth are the models for Regina, Mary, and Carol. PRECISION AND ABILITY are illustrated in the Junior typing class. Future secretaries pictured above are P. Thomas. C. Poore, A. Daloisio, and E. Harkins. Q ii 1 U U H Ill V' Q 2 S I ic I 2 3 i 2 J! l 1 Q fi' Q Q , , . , . . , 1 E ' , ' n ' X , . . . y , , l Q . H f v ' ' 1. . ' A , . N' ' Q. ' g , s f 0 -. o f' ' n V ,A . ' xl . ff 4 e 543 " V L' . sf' qv ' 'Q Q 1 1 fif w Mc fx .,, - Y ! . ?,, f fb C C F C ,H xv' Bvfvpv vw-nf' 0'g'avQ-vi ,g 9 gi-JT ,Z HOBBY DISPLAY .11 Home Room Meeting brings to light the talents of N. Gordon. C. MrH.1le, .md J. O'Donnell. NlEli'l Hll.DllGARDlf SCHUYLER. Cl.lSS President. and Patricia Fadden. Secre- tary-Treasurer. Both have served .1 four-year term. ?i14isl1i14g tauchcs are added. UNDER THE SUPLRVISION of Sister Theres.: Agnes, A. Madorna. J. Donohue. and J. Knox tvpe recorded transcriptions. L. Collins and A. White .ire busy at the adding machines. D. WENTUNQ. M. E. o'Bmn, P. Fadden, J. Minmfit. l and D. Falone examine new aspects of trigonometry. ..1 IT'S RESEARCH TIME for English Literature M. O'Neill. C. Armstrong. M. Pennartz, C. E. Lisi check reliable sources. ln Sc-nior ye-ar tliesc- 4-ereinonies assumed a new dignity as wo tlonni-tl at-acleniir caps and gowns to sponsor our little sisters at Children of Mary recep- tion: tu partiriputv in the impressive vers-inunies of ,. Carol Niglitg to liunor Mary. our Mother, in Ilif- lm-atlilvss lwnuty of the May Procession. final stunip of approval. SPANISH CAN BE FUN! That doesn't excuse the Senior group, under Sister St. Sebastian's watchful glance, from producing that all-important vocabulary. term papers. Martin, and New wurlrls m-rv conquered wlwn the cliallvrigv ol' ziclvaiim-ml work in at-iicleiuiv and secretarial stutlic-s was ua-vi-plc-clg wlie-n tlic- leads in "Peg 0' My llvart :incl nlll'l"iltlU0llu tleniantlc-cl drainutiv 'unml clam-ing sltillsg when Graduation gave tliv 1' J. FAULHABER. V. Letzkus, D. Falone, P. Fadden, and V. Furey air their views on foreign and domestic national policy in an interesting panel discussion. Structure is camp etc J. MINARICK CHECKS the thermometer for the boiling point of water while fclochwisej B. Moore. J. McNichol, A. Willimann. and D. Wentling record their observations on water distillation. --i I I - I I 3 O pqfivluluviil 1 , Y , K, 'iw ui, fn M K yn rawgg., A 996' s, 'L ' ' 4 t,..- W ,A , ...ggvjez , .gQ.ff-.-m 1 i r - Lvr?rihS,..r xi. . ,1,f,' - ',..,,',: ' ff V...-p...--.x A.. 'mg' 'awww V' vzzyiaf R ' . '- .. . . . , , K ,.u.A.r,,., N, be e A .s ,, age Q2 99 ., ' f "1 S4 W fi' ' fi! " - H it ' "L w . - , A K f 5 - 541 'lv . -' K 1, 4 ' Q A ,,,,., f rf . ' we .. V I A . . 4, X- I 5 I, , Y, .NX , ..,.'f-2. ' ""'e ' .B-"5 Q 355. aw. ...,. ,' ffl' ' W' b V ' aria: A w'1n.- ' -srl V --z Q: 1 .4 . - . 1 1. .., -x. 9 4+ we .., . , ,,,. , A f19f-up S, uh ' ai . ayf 5 - wha- ' .A , rr u Q P , J .l,,,Y ,..,, .. or When Good 'Counsel at in 1930,.ic.. Qtories focmresident students, ' e music ' hallwzrndc the auditorium.-d'rs' nrollmeat increased, thisbuilding was 0 561933, makmg lf fprovidingsa new science wmg W www- we several other bmldmgs Good Counsel IS h5T1,.M It also momanda "4" ..-....,.r -'ie' . 2sai,'."'.l-A X! -43011593 ' over' : ' " ' ,, 1" , 3 'L "ee Tj22mf5Hl'itS, W: c fotvnterfl science. . l,1w .. .lnP:?Ef ti Cya!!!-if-""J' I 4 r"fr 4.. 31: i ' L r 4 r Q-g p fHome a Economncs c oratoiles. 'M W" l 01nulvl1"""'T i .V ,., 3' 'fn my ,.f" ., :M ,M , jf f w...f-p-vnu-wanna., ., f 4 D and food lab . ' MHA!-1Xm.QfV qurlwhappidstknrnemorles of W 5 Villa a fMariaf ,,werei bornl -within these wgalls, Erfgn jtfgfglay We feelhveny much at A homo ia i3'a6awCauTH23?feii1'3ilI g.' 5 l fdoundaiibrns oftrue VillaWMarianslWere, iv sprefaiefunly laid. 'fa N"' ""M r 544 I -A rf? M , he " ""44f..js. . ' W Mo-QuQnu5saqqKfg.gnll1 ii . c wfwmu V ug 31, . ,-,,,. , 7,44 .,. ...... ,,.. J . L ,FZ surf 'V 3 'g V , e J'i'f:...,l ,, , ,, """??""' -55.4-rin. ' Ig pr V. ,..,x, N LEADER MEETINGS moderated by Mother Alile. loyal. and gay: Our leaders know the may lu Daily we hnd our student eouneil husily at work eharting the program for future eyents. Planning schedules. aeting as inter- mediaries lretiyeen laeulty and students. and arousing everyone-is interest in sehool aetiyities are just u few of their duties. These definite responsibilities are lieingr at-hieved only through prayer and hy taking! a firm outlook on this all important position. These are Yilla Nlarians who have laid their foundations strong: huilt the struc- ture of sehool spirit with careful handsg and fortihed their ideals through per- severanee and loyalty. llnder the guidance of their moderator, Mother Carmen Rosa. our student government maintains the highest standards desired. EVERY MORNING the student council leads us. on the P. A. System, as we pledge our allegiance to the flag. LED BY CAPTAINS H. Schuyler and P. Fadden, our team representatives bring in their returns. Mary Catherine Bell Children of Mary Leader '-, 1 -Q Al 1 Au 1,-Q7 QQH-31-1 Q1 t vi' ,finqv-I su-:Q if HERE WE FIND K Back H Angelina M Stapelton D Murphy A Dunworth busily at work preparing for the bazaar INSTALLATION is looked upon seriously by our ardent student leaders . 5 4 r -1 5 -V J-5?-,1 'I 1 -4 1 , , r Spiritual structure ure rlzrrk cd aut! nlinlvss the l.ord lvuild the house. they lulior in vuin who huild it." We know of no better way to win llixine help in building our spiritual etliht-es than through tht- iritertessiori of Marry. the Mother of Cod. tht- House of Cold. Through the Children of Nlary Organi- zation. wr' oller prayerful tribute to our Lady. and gradually we Strengthen and fortify the faith we have known since childhood. Our Children of Nlary medal is for eavh Villa Marian, her coat of arms. symboliz- ing unity with the house of Cod. Pixie, ,, I Xgxsn , r Zftt lt rs s MARY CATHERINE BELL LEADS the Seniors in the recitation of Our Lady's othre. We realize that these moments spent at Her feet enable us to build stronger spiritual towers. Wsxxv Al.lCE WHITE and Hildie Schuyler take pride in mak- ing sure that Our l..ord's 5 altar is a sparkling dwelling place, truly Ht for the Heav- enly King of Kings. JEAN HORAN. Margaret Fo- lev and Theresa McGrath show their gratitude upon being received as aspirants to the Children of Mary by ar- ranging a huge bouquet at Our Lady's feet. . MJ '1 , , f JS-RG 2,2 1 'fifgi ' n df , r .F xi: gf S .f fr 4. ,A--", . .,., r --" ' I i 1 7 D 1 Z Rx ,if 527' ' K 2 A . v I I A I 8 AY: 1 STX, 2J fi 5 X ff? . 5' v.fe"4 My F W e fa FA 5 'ef , rg, I ,N Q' -mr ,K gf' wi? Ll yall mx Q, , 1. 945 We ,fl 'Ali i l if y . X nk V li 9 1 l r . 5 K L Q L W .Q A 2 J '4 L M T JOANNA CAHILL, OUR MAY QUEEN. is nttired in Our L.1dy's purest white as she slowly moves in procession to crown Mary, Queen of our hearts. As she places the crown of flowers on M.1ry's brow, she lakes with her thc fllial love and respe:t of every Villa Marian. We ,muse in nur Work to lmuar nur ffaly .Qzzccu huvli Ll xwrirlvrlul lt'0llllQ1 vuiin' mm' us as we- Ilfilllllly hill4'lll'll our Nluy Queen walk tlirougli the blmsli' ninrling gunrrl of lionor. The lrluc-rolicrl Sr-niors encir- r-lr-cl Our l.ady's slirinv ssliilf- liynins of praise- 4-ould ln- ln-ard airound tlwni. Tliffn. luwvlirig: lm- fore tlic wrmiied Mother of God, uc- recitvtl Iliff "Nlz1g1r1ific'at.u un in- spiring pruyvi' mlm-li was the out- uairrl sign ol' our love for the Qin-vn nl' lll'ilW'Il. 'flu' SUl1'lIlIllly of tllv owzifiuri fm-rin-rl to 1-inf-lop 1'Y0l'y0ll!' fur truly this wus ills' most lwuutiful cwnt of our svlnml yvur. ALL VILLA MARIANS gather :Around Mary's shrine ro pay homage in hymns and prayers to our Heavenly Mother. i l tcp by tcp fb' fl I' fb' ,va fag of ,U ag is accompli had .4 Mary Ann Evan Editor-in-Chief Virginia Lcrzkus Associate Editor Like ull olhvr girla Willa Nlurians ure endowed with Z1 gene-rous annount of curiosity. especially concerning the doings of their m'las51nuteS. Rillllf'I' than just remain idly curious. no sol to work to satisfy this demand. The fruit of our labors is VilIlI1Cf1l1'Y whivh vontuins an uvcount of every ne-wsworthy ment, on or off vumpus. Diligf-nt Q-llort hy Q-ditors and stuff giws us some truly dc-ligzhtful rvaclingl. Artii-li-s run thc- gziniut from serious 1-cliloriuls to tht- gray-sl vurtoons. Fea- lurvs. suvh us shKillf'iilllSl'llIl6.., "Cutl- Zllblllllsi :intl "Alutnnuf' Newsf' give us gliinpsvs into the- Iixes of those zlhout us. and lllillif' this fill' pups-r for all Yillu Mairiuns. past and present. 1. fi 14, , j " 'V i I' I 'tif' A. AVIAUUKNA. J. uunuuur, ru. Q. Bell. L. 4 Collins. and J. Knox proof read the manu- script before typing. SIENIOR SIAVF members he- gtn to assemhle new material for the next ISSU6 of the newspaper. Hard at work are Dtanne Falone, Catherine McHale. Marv Ann Evan. Vtrgtnta Letlltttts. and Ann Gavigan. II1 Virmzczzdy. OUR VIMIC ADY SIM! brought home mam new tdeas from the Vtllanova Press Conference Here. Marx Ann lun who was a guest speaker ts congratulated bw Rtta Walsh Looktng on are: D. McSha K Ktlcourse M Lntngood M Glass P Gerace M Huff H Angetna A. Gavtgan M A Furla and S Holden iflynh Keflevfions . . . ln iilvu lo liorn. Sli-p ln flop it is fle- wlopml. modified. and r-lallorated upon until ll QIHPS promise' ol stiwesi. This is W lion Rl"li1l'l'1l'0IlS. our yr-arrlroole. began. On 1-wry side- our 1-tnnpus portrays spiritual. iritellem-trial. unml riuttf-rial prog- ress. Fo vamc tlw inspiration for our tlivim-. and so votiiiiivrivi-rl work on a Coni- pau-t yt-urlnook. 'lille' dummy was planned. Hiotograplly. 1-aplions. und features in-rv hastened for ilu- deadline date-. The lraritic last minute- rusli was onl The stall xsorkf-rl unliringrly to produc-me Rt'.Hl'l'fl.Ull5 l957. lt will rvnutin forever at treasure of mernorim-s that will keep open the- door of .wld frienrlsliips in the years to vonw. JOAN MINARICK. business manager. dictates a list of patrons to Geraldine Murphy, as Alice White checks the returns. s- ' 'J 7- vnu A , , . . . or ? w-1 aff in l ,Z If s.. EARLY IN THE FALL the members of the REFLECTIONS staff visited the press conference at Villanova University. While browsing through yearbooks submitted by other schools they compared ideas and arrangements. Many ideas were found within these covers that helped to bring REFLECTIONS '57 from a dream to a reality. ylll i Q yi, glial' V 1 Q OUR COPY WRITERS. Mary Ellen O'Brien. Nancy Gordon, and Carole Jo Armstrong collaborate on feature articles, as Virginia Rumbarger and Dolores Wentling work on captions. ,4 permanent 9 record af zz faur-year ,vlan JANE co-editors. Patricia Fadden and Mar- guerite Babcock to point out an inter- esting idea for picture arrangement. WE TURN the tables on Peggy. O'DONNELL. art editor, stops gf .1 3 2' Q First Row: S. Crews. G. Rafa. L. Scheib. V. Rumbarger. P. Thomas. Second Row: D. McShea. C. Nemetz, P. Grubb. M. O'Neill. M. A. Woulfe. J. Crandall. Third Row: G. Murphy, K. Connors. C. Harrington. B. Browne. F. Bernardo, C. Poore, A. Madorna. Fourth Row: P. Becker. P. Fadden. M. E. O'Brien. A. White. R. Aleardi. F. Giordano. J. Kunz. J. Peters. C. Wallowitch. Fifth Row: M. C. Bell. R. Belfl. J. Knox, E. Reilly. K. Kil- course. M. A. McCahon, D. Wentling. M. V. Hall, B. Mannis. J. Murphy. Sixth Row: N. Gordon, M. Roche. A. Daloisio, D. Murphy. J. Purcell, J. Elliott. E. Wilson, 1 f V . ,F err' '-+ . ' ".,Q , 'V 4' 1, Q. ,Jr R. Walsh. B. Bamberger. Seventh Row: H. Schuyler. B Moore. V. Letzkus. P. Cabrey. K. Pedano. M. Daly. L Talucci. J. Donohue. M. Pennartz. Eighth Row: M Litka. C. J. Armstrong. F. Pazery, J. Minarick, E. Har kins. M. A. Evan. D. Falone. C. Martin. D. DiFulgo Ninth Row: J. O'Donnell. A. Willimann. M. Grinnan K. Gavigan. M. Whalen. J. Capek. M. TenBrook. S Holden. L. Collins. A. Dunworth. Tenth Row: F. Wolf- ington, C. Holmes. J. Truskey, M. Babcock. M. A Smith. K. McHale. A. Gavigan, E. Lisi. J. McNichol. 'iw 'Wm imparfuui PIPES .' T lil as .' building noun material As the chattering: girls snap eases shut. tune their instruments. or praetiee an intrim-ate passage, it is diflir-ult to imagine that our orchestra is pre:- paring still another sparkling prograrn. But with a lift of the lraton. Sister quiets the confusion and rroneentratecl effort prevails for the next two hours. Preparation sueh as this eoulcl he for any' one of the many progzrarns at whit-li our orchestra is featured. Versatility' is the keynote of the orchestral per- formance at our Spring Nlusic-ale. when we play' every' type of tnusir' from the most rligznihetl of elassies to the rnost yyhirnsieal novelties. lfinally, the Solernn tones of the orehestra intensifies tlle dignity' of grarluation exervises. THE SENIOR ORCHESTRA members carefully put their instruments away after another busy practice session. THE SENIOR LIGHTS of our orchestra are: Barbara Bamberger. Carolyn Martin. Barbara Moore. Catherine McHale. Hildegarde Schuyler. Joan Minarick. Patricia Fadden. Dolores Wentling. Ann Gavigan, Geraldine Murphy. Marguerite O'Neill. and Frances Giordano. ,.. li "'7T,f-fwexb A X . UA.. 5 , 0 " ' g - i -- I i ' of 'iii wAwQw af .,f"! if X Af , X ' rm' N wxxk ,ff V V XXX V """l human- --.. "' -nun-g --"' N ew- ,,.Jf""' Q ,Wf' "'-- ---' 1 ,,f'!n . '--. " Q WN G' 5 ...,,a "" '---Q -.-. '---Q ---- , -.. Z' il -- 1 ff I " X x A 11. .vi 1 Y QA fx 'X -f I 'xx N' vi X af' QL ' 'T' X S J NN N fs 51 . . 31. Hx Q . ? WW 'N fn -' - - if Q , mu- My ,away , ,z iv! A' w 4 wk, 'Q s V A ki. ' 1- , . . y . .. ew A - -' ,Aga T24 i ' BM cv-wif" 'gas Q f -i"Zi1jj'f2G j p: The Year 1949 represented. fillmeint of Mother Martyn Ferrriga . . 1 . a,"I'i.'7k 4 . M ' ,f cherished desire-a new Alctlvltles ,efv r 57 mg for her girls. . This was trulyua growinglneed, for as the school expanded. it became neces- sary to restrict the privilege of attencliungmw games and activities to the pareiitralf T friends of the Seniors. Since thgnp of the "Villa" is to give everyggiggj inall things, somethingi,hadLQ,4bg,jd i,w ,il The result was this beautifttg f"7fZ Today' We bear ith 'L' illi T 'A -uninsn- our sport spectators? 4 off Mmusic from ourwdr-Z:hesnia.4,as1c1lrii Q glee' W club, and Hnally the serious voices of our students as theytparticipate in scholastic aciivities as well. The traditional "Bless This House" can be heard atdThanksgiving in memory of Mother's prayer: that nothing would ever happen within these walls contrary to that honor and glory of God. ,fl cfilfifie A 4 Social Activities sound the depths of our character liuilding. 'llllf'Ff' are many and varied. hut each helps in the formation of the true Catholic woman. The scene may be our formal prom or a wry informal hazaar. the Mother-llaughter Social or one of our own formal banquets at Nilla Maria hut the aim is the saincgtlic development of the social graces and the expansion of friendships through fun and cooperation. Tradition plays an important part in the social life of Yilla Maria. Our "get to- getherisu with Malvern Prep are the occasion for mutual enjoyment. Wie will not forget the good time had hy all at the Cap-'n-Bonnet Dance, the hilarious parties at our homes. and, last hut not least, glorious memories of the Christmas formal. Our parents have been our guests here at Yilla Maria at various social functions. The highlight of the year is our lllother-Daughter Social. We act as hostesses at the annual card party and the Christmas bazaar. All add up to pleasant training along the social line. ew angle PEGGY AND JUDY seem to have a difficult time making a choice even though Sister and Delia are anxious to oblige. PATRICIA AND DELIA reHect the pleasure and friendliness that characterized the Christmas dance, ANN, MARY CATHERINE, and Peggy brighten the Valentine Social. f A i il 5 '-ff'-lg A 4335 ' X, . xxx Y, l THE SENIORS cull memories during their hnal days at the Villa. One of the most pleasant is the June banquet. when songs and comradeship brighten the afternoon. appear zzlang the sacial line. 4. 1 V I if If :ffm 4, JANET JUDY Ginnv and Dianne greet their mothers after the Mother Daughter Social Held on St Valentine Day this is one of our loweliest functions Ihr- prigm-.iiilii nl t,lll'l5llIlLlN ln-imilrls lla Ialc ul f.lll'lSl S lblI'lll aiml lliv im ul llii- smisuii is i-I--I-I-lim-rl iii Iliv ln-urls nl, Ilim- 5lllll1'IllF. lilirist- mais Lniuls Iill lliv Qui: vgimlle-s llii-lu-r iri ilia- Il.ii'lu-iivcl illllllllllllllll IIN llir- slum ul llvlll- li-livin I- in-lnlrl. l.lii islmn- III Ilia- Xilln if ailsu ii iiiviix liiiiv. lwiiiiilx llaix luring- Ilir- lim lots In Ilii-il' III: vllir-is ,Xliiiai lliilvr. ll1'l'1'5illllil is isiiiliiig In Iulw vim- ul Q-iivli iiml 1-xi-rx if-qiir-sl, :Xiiiuiig llin- stiulviilf. Iliv lilirislmus lum- qiie-I. Ilir- vxvliaiiiggi- ul gills Iiml lll1'4'lllt'l'lLIlII- iiir-iil prmiclm-Il ln Ilia' 51-iiiurs aiml ,luiiiors spiw-nfl liulifliix elle-I-i'. CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES open wirh the exchange of Polyannas. VM- "cle-ek Ilir' liiills uilli lmiiglis ul' liullyu Gerry, Joan. Pat, Hildie. and Jane help Santa. A 1 2 l MARY ANN has .1 serious message for Santa who visited the Villa for Family Day. riml limi il Iiiilx ai fc-Irwin Io lw jnllx. f-1-S f 5. 11 .,-'Ah ' Q,--I' -nf. ., UM ,s ,fzgf .,, A.,-." "- an 2,-:.?, 4 .4 ., 3' ' .au Hhrisflmzs eu tems are eemeufeel. THE BEAUTY .ind solemniiy of Carol Nighr portmv the reverence surrounding the com- memoration of the Nativity of the Christ Child. kg, A N. 1 -vr-- vr-f' xi Y: 5, wief- W, 'QF . mln , I X is .V ,UL ,. A - -- --T.. D.--Ir .L,,g,. 4, iw, X gx Jia... . ,-, .-ry' f .,. 1 f -. - ,K J I I 1 . 'X' x ,Q- lm Nl ,ln-M-, "O rome lillle children, "And see u.'hat a bright ray O come one and all. Of heaL'en's delight Draw near Io lhe crib Our Farber has sent on this Here in Belhlehemls stall." Thrire holy night." GF W V 'za "IES ' T gS1-"N '- '1 f 'v.,,,.. 1 I if hn....b, M r, . '- Y..-st.-4-. eg , 9 ygnyi-, 9 ul Llfq S 5 5 . : I ' I ' I . , 3 I 1,1 Quail. . I ' ' fvgfw " af- I Y . .W FAMILY DAY closes with blesszng of the babies. 5 rl Father Hammel's -..Q HlLDY'S SMILE is her token of appreciation for the roses given by "her girls." VILLA MARIANS and their escorts are welcomed by the chaperons Mr. and Mrs. John Schuyler and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bell. Zandscaped with spirit af The magic of the Christmas spirit brought with it the beauty and happiness of Prom night. As we opened the door to the strains of music and the glitter and rustle of gowns, the Christmas formal became not just a dream but a reality. Our theme, Stardust, was carried out not only through our decorations, for the most brilliant stars of all were those shining in our eyes. ,A x, THE GRAND MARCH forms with the Student Leaders putting their best foot forward. STARS SPARKLED and the pulsing rhythm of "Star- dust" gave us "Moments to Remember." These memories will linger "Forever and Ever." Q 1,34 .J-+I? . x. v 1 ml QW ,L , J fi' J . 5 V 'S gitn ! s, f QW- Ti' 3 'I PEG had descended on the c Chichester family, much to E ll the consternation of Ethel ' Q and Jarvis, 1 M sw' M" "'l'mu iiiiiiuln-5 to rliiluiii lime." llmt 4-xvilecl iw wwel Harle- rlil:ll'. lliv vu-ix iwrt- iusliing lu aiml lim. pulling larsl minute lUlli'llf'S - In tlie- selling. illlir- sluts ftnml iii-iwutislx iii llle- wings ansuiliiif' llieir "Y rue. .Xml llix-ii l'llI'lilIll going up :X great liusli it-Il mer tlie- S aiiimlie-ilu-. iiml our lultix lwuuii. lillxlllgl iis uvruss gi 1'Ullllllf'lll lu Illf'I'liN liiigzlziiicl. llif- play was ai xsuiiclvillil Slll'1't'SS lnringiiig lllllflllltil' and l'lllUlIllt'lll to till. We will rim:-r forget "l'f'g1 U' My llc-url" and lliff Q'Xl'llt'llll'lIl ul' UlH'llllIQI lllglll.. 1-spt-1-iiilly VNllt'll all ills' ligllls went out llil4'liSlilgIl'. und vu-ryuiw was lvumping: and tripping each other in a mzitl sviuiiilvle to get lim-lc mifluge so the play coulcl go on. 5 - , les. X illu illilflil has g1lXt'Il us many ismicleiliil mi-inories, but the Senior Play will always lime- ai very special spot in our hearts! 3 ,3-, 1 I Y 9 , l Z x X ' 4 THE MALE CHORUS from Malvern Prep join the Senior Glee Club in the tuneful Peg 'o My Heart. With this and other lively numbers, the intermissions between acts passed quickly. 52 0 5 -V' K 'fl lT'S A DRAMATIC moment when Jerry lays down the law to Peg's haughty rela- tives. and discloses the con- tents of her uncle's will. PEG discovers that happiness can be found even in Eng- land when Jerry declares his desire to marrv her. And so Peg 'o My Hear! had the happy' ending IIS tiny Irish heroine deserved. 1' 'V 9 1 i 2 f 4 A PENSIVE Alaric hears that a thous and pounds of good English money leaves with Peg. , I 4 mb' 'x . es-r 'Q' 1 Q 2. J ,fy kt than moved. As THE CHORUS sings O Sweet Mystery of Lilef our operetta ends on a triumph- ant note for difficulties and misunderstandings have been ironed out for our stars. Captain Dick Warrington and "naughty" Marietta. ,, fi ii,-l-r .rf aughiy Jlflarzcmz fnder the Ullldcllltb of Rexerend Franus Gllllffall, 0 S A and the inusltal dtfttllflll of Slster RPgIlIld Cecilia, IH M "J'Yaz1ghly .llarulla resulted 111 a maffnlntent performance Colorful costumes and st t nerx lent enthantnn nt and beautw to the show, lnely IIl6lOd1Cb and dances harmonlzed wlth the sprightly antlt of the Last When the last applause brouffht down the final curtaln, we scored IlIlOIllCl lfllllllpll for the Lip Il Bonnet Planer'- SILAS MODESTLY proclaims that he cuts a great figure with the ladies although his .1 ,I -da. :Y is -1 x gi 1,1 fbi - "" Y 11 gf if ? y f 4' q 5 ff.. Q' 'M ss-QIL .J 0u1"n in ws.- UHERE THEY COME . . . The convent maids . . . So demure and shy . . . Creole beauties everyone . . . See them passing by In with 11 few ,wap and a touch of ,mint . . ,viii 4 - I ft s f x, R THE NAUGHTY MARIETTA chorus was beautified by our THE HAUNTING melody of charming maids. Rosemary. Mary, Patricia, Catherine. and 'Neath a Southern Moon. Carol- was sung by our Peggy. E Q ! 1 1-v SPIRIT, SKILL, AND sportsmanship are three of our reasons for success. Our varsity includes Iiftzen other reasons. First row--left to right: Virginia Rumbarger, Frances Giordano. Elizabeth Reilly, Virginia Forsyth. Theresa Poore. Geraldine Murphy, and Alice White 1CaptainJ. Second row: Carol Martin. Barbara Moore, Mary Ellen O'Brien, Katherine McHale, Ann Willi- mann, Hildegard Schuylar, Patricia Boyle. and Janet Peters. KATHLEEN Pedano lcenterl scored the most goals for the J.V. while Virginia Forsyth and Virginia Rum- barger were high scorers for the Varsity. Hockey -5 w- THE NOTRE DAME players seem to be having .1 hard time. Unfortunately, OUR CAPTAINS-Alice White lVar- they won. sityj and Mary McCahon lJ.V.b. 'lille nnlwalalvlc 4-omluination of spirit and skill earned tis thirteen goals and 1 most sticvessftil hot-key season. Un Septetnlwr fill, me passe-tl our first ta-st lvy defeating our .Nlunniat-. 0-tl. in a high spirited contest. Our next game with lloly Child Acatl- ctny gave further proof of our ahility to capture the score. The final tally was l-U. We suffered our first defeat at the hands of Notre llame .Ncatletny on Octoher lT. The score was 2-l. flood sportsman- ship was displayed and iw were all proud of the spirit shown hy our girls. Nlount St. Joseph Academy. on Octoher 26, also gave us a chance to distinguish ourselves hy friendliness, rather than hy goals scored. We met our second loss at Chestnut Hill, 2-I, and promised it would he our last. We kept our promise hy a slim margin. On November 9, we tied Melrose Academy, 1-1. Our hockey season ended that day. Villa Marians were convinced that hockey had finally earned one of the highest places in our sports program. THE JUNIOR VARSITY bettered the Varsity's record by losing only one game. They are-front row: Claire White, Noreen March, Rosemary Hoffner. Patricia Thomas, Mary Beth Roberts, Marjorie Boyle, and Dolores .-.lk GINNY AND MARY ELLEN try to score in this practice game. Looks like another short corner, girls. Physical growth help ,virifhal growth. Monzo. Bach row: Kathleen Pedano. Mary Ann Mc- Cahon. Patricia Becker, Ann Dunworth. Mary Ann Smith, Patricia Cabrey, Gail Tumelty, and Antoinette Daloisio. QI. ,P 90 like vs oo "' 13, DQ THE JUDGES CHECK once more before awarding a blue ribbon to Patricia Boyle in our annual Horse Show. MARY ELLEN O'BRlEN and Dianne Falone relax after a breathless game of tennis to pose for Peggy O'Neill. A. A. REPRESENTATIVES: E. Reilly. Juniorp C. White. Freshman: F. Giordano. President: V. Forsyth. Soph- omoreg and E. Sheets. Freshman tkneelingl with Mrs. Chandler, Physical Education instructor. ,Q The motto, 6'Something for everyonef, springs to life in the varied activities of our sports clubs. These elulms have been formed in all the minor sports we have at Yilla Maria. They promote friendly competition and enahle the girls to get together with those who pursue the same interests. In this way. girls who do not play on the varsities can still enjoy their favorite athletic: aetivities. Yveelcly playdays give all girls a chance to learn various games and practice good sportsmanship. In this way, we grow in physical and moral strength. MARGUERITE Baacocx smiles AS her teammate Joan McNichol returns the ball. Dolores Wentling is ready to mark another point in their favor. -fe- 'Y' We learn the ,erirreiple ef Work ing together. I Sports not only help us to keep phys- ically Hr hut aid us in our aim to work as a unit. Our Blue and White' Tmnns bring the enthusiasm that is lic-1-vssury for any sports clulm to he a sucvf-ss. Physiral education is un important part of our training for we must realize that tvarnwork is nf-cdccl. not only in ll sport to liave the winning sf-ore. hut also later on when ssc- go out to Ins-ct thf- world in which me must Conquer to gain our hnal goal- he-ax cn. JOAN MCNICHOL and Janet Donohue, Co-Presidents of the Bowling Club. enjoy another game. The score? 300, of course! CAPTAIN OF the Archery Club. Kathleen Kilcourse, aims for another bulls eye. as Jean Murphy and Joanne Capek warch the target. Che spirit of .-5 1 .1-fs..-ff' if 'N r x .I 4 vi' sparfsmanship "VlM, VIGOR, energy, pep . . What words could best describe our cheerleaders? QL. to r.J Janet Peters, Beatrice Manis, Joan Minarick, and Theresa C. Poore practice with their mas- cot, Mary Hoffner. , ck "" ' B we 1, 8 if 4 1 M4 c... as "MEET THE TEAM OF V.M.A .... " Front row, l. to r.: Barbara Bamberger, Ann Willimann. Carol Martin, Barbara Moore. Frances Giordano CCaptainJ, Mary Ellen O'Brien, Elizabeth Harkins. Margot Whalen, Geraldine Murphy. Second row: Lucille Talucci. Mary 'i'f""' Ann Smith, Patricia Boyle, Antoinette Daloisio, Patricia Becker, Elaine Townsend, Patricia Cabrey. Elizabeth Reilly. Third row: Virginia Forsythe, Joyce Francione. Margaret Powell, Loretta Stillman. Margaret Landau, Theresa Kennedy, Dianne Devlin, and Barbara Murray. frcngflzeued. l'nder the eareful guidanee and exeellent eoaeh- ing of Mrs. l.ueille Chandler the basketball team proved siieeessftil. but more important. they dis- played the qualities that have always been asso- eiated with lilla Nlaria, good sportsmanship and team spirit. The unbeatable eoinliination of the playing and praying iarsities. plus the enthusiasm of all Yilla Nlarians added up to a most sueeessful season. Our Alumnae game this year will espeeially be ri member:-d. 'lihe :Xetixities liuilding was erowded with students, both past and present. Spirit WEN high. and we all enjoyed ehatting with our Ulfig Sistersii after a very exciting game. Another season eame to a close after the game with Saered lleart and as the last whistle blew' we were all very proud of our basketball team for the season of '57, FRANCES GIORDANO lcenterl. captain of our varsity. Antoinette Daloisio and Patricia Becker, co-captains of the J. V., form a Winsome threesome. Ch DESPITE THE EFFORTS of a St. Agnes guard, Geraldine Murphy scores another goal in our initial game. BARBARA BAMBERGER displays her usual spirit in cap- turing another rebound. Ann Willimann is alert to help her. fp.. ww X-0. lfaufvr alma! MEET OUR LEADERS - Francis Jane Kehoe. Patricia Gibbons, Marie Hoben. and Molly O'Dea. 5-J Tar THREE STUDENTS pause enroute to school for an important visit GAIL and Jane Marie, box hockey champs, will soon be graduating to the hockey Held. - 1 T fff if-fe 4' ii fi :li X lla xp ? x . 1,1 TINY Tors and teachers too ind time for pleasant chats. This Lower School building was equipped for classroom use in 1949. begin cf -A' 5 HELEN, Emma Mary. Caro- line, Susanne, and Diane add a graceful picture to the Mother-Daughter Social. Maria Goretti Hall holds the Yillais youngest members. Under the guidance of the Sisters and "Miss Teresa," our little girls acquire the knowledge, and school spirit that is needed for future Villa Marians. Activity seems to be the cornerstone of the Lower School. Scholastic, social, cultural, and sports programs keep our young people very busy indeed. The Blue and White Team can depend on extra points from its youngest members when scholastic achievements are computed, while their operetta gave us close competition with its display of talent and lovely choruses. PLAYTIME is skating time particularly for Gladys, Caroline, and Martha. n-gt ,X 4 1 t z ,...... f-.-. P.-... , . X u A 1 Xssky R 1' fri '. V :Arn X y W y XX ,f sara - AZ, 31 N . a A ' A 'N' X 4 "+ . i If 9 . F , au.. '--Q ' Q--vw' 4" I .."' 'ff .,, .M an-. ' uv . iii --1-1 3.4 4 ,IJ if I-Ajax i H nnnx THE THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL was brightened by the timely skit presented by the talented members of the grade school. The story of the first Thanksgiving was retold in song and story. early. PERFECT POSITION is the aim of Nlolly, Mary. Joan. and Pam. Sister Cecile Marie keeps a close check on their technique. -,N iw K? ...A K SCHOOL TIME is .1 happy time for these busy lassies in the first and second grade. . s 4 l I fir g , an , I 40, , . - KKK. MOTHER MARY HUBERT removes a very important spadeful of earth. Time: April, 1955. Event: Ground-breaking for the construction of the new high school building. TIME: August 25. 1955. Construction moves forward. Mother Catherine Louise keeps careful check. -Mui iz 1' X, t 1 hh '4'Eil,.v' -svfff' ,,l5.-:df w-219'-' 7. '- '-n-W' Ms.. "ri" A " - If aifzw We Watched Kegimz M umli TIME: May 8. l956. Father Dennis lays the cornerstone. Regina Mundi is complete! TIME: May 9, 1956. His Excellency. Archbishop John O'Hara, dedicates the new building. gm uf. TIME: October l7, l956. The high school merits the Gnal stamp of approval from the evaluating committee of the Middle Atlantic States Association for Secondary Schools and Colleges. Ill illl' - H,-...,w.. V - -ff , i ..-..g..f4-our-' -...-.M ...Mfu- " lf! ,?",,.y'7f' V "fs- illwfe, , ' s M ' v5ff'E?"f,1f..j??,'f5 g .AN A it wmgggs wwf ,VY -wig' sem' ,, -7 jkfgl- , -iii, ,'i' T A4 ix c +0- ' 1 . ,V-.xx ,gf A ' yn" T AQ' ' tu 'E 5 The year 1955 brought an imiiortant event to the ,, a cademy, an event dear tfo theahearts of all Villa Marians. iThi's"v'v'5ls f .-2 . thelcompleticin of our new high Qschoolq N' " ""Meruq.Qsv-owazznrua..-....,,r M , , H by building. The present Juniors and Sen'- ' S 'vw f iors can, say! "We were thereaw, They -ew-M f.caaaaaww,1,f we .um ,A saw the groifnd beingebrokenytfounda- tions being la'id,'andAf1nally, theMSopho- mores arrived to see construction com- pleted, Thisgbeautiful new building was dedicated to the Queen of the World. , The student body is proud of this new campus building, complete with a beautifully equipped cafeteria, modern classrooms, and elaborate bio-chemistry years of planning and financing and sift' We 0' ' ilab6'E5T6ryIt This achievement represents , f lb A I' . I I K , ' WW' 'TT' s an s todIY'a's"a'monument to the labors of .Mother Catherine Louise and her facult'yf-'E'veryone agrees it has been well worth the effort. e V , ,W Jung at , CAROLE JOSEPHINE ARMSTRONG 727 SHERRIE ROAD PHILADELPHIA ll, PENNA. ,ng Glorious weekends . . . "loves those blue convertibles" . . . flirta- ej., tious eyes . . . beauty and brains . . . "Whosies." Children of Mary 3. 4: Glee Club 3. 4: Reflections 4: French Club 4: Commercial Club 43 Art Club 4: Athletic Association 3, 4: Inlerclass Hockey 4: lnterclass Basketball 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: -I Audio-visual Aides 4.- ' , - ' ' 4 1 'v kivff' I . ' l A f 1 l i t MARGUERITE MARY BABCOCK l 1323 SOUTH RUBY STREET PHILADELPHIA 43, PENNA. "Copy must be in!" . . . "Oh Alaric" . . . typing whiz . . . "You're so silly" . . . phone fanatic . . . cameo complexion. W Children of Mary l. 2, 3. 4: Glee Club l, Z. 3, 4: Reflectiins 4: Co-Editor 4: Spanish Club 4: President 4: Commercial Club 4: President 4: Athletic Association l. 2, 3, 4: lnterclass Basketball l. 2,,4: Swimming Club 4: Hobby Club 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4. A-sf The brightness affaiflf . . . IT'S THANKSGIVING again at the Villa. and Ginny, Regina. Pat. Mary K. and Ann anticipate an exciting day decorating the annual baskets. BARBARA ANNE BAMBERGER 2l09 SPRINGHOUSE ROAD BROOMALL PENNA Wmy masrer ar the lmxybosu Pamper P rg liilg Erhel' u urnng guar I I r slyllsr J C :dren of Ma 1 z 5 ader 4 wbmf m senlatwe Z 3 en e Club 4 Malhf4l h lub 41fAth etrc Z 3 4 Horhe a rl Z r 4 as Izelball Junror Varsxl ap am 3 wzm rn Clubl Hobby fa E I 40 'Us LAETITIAE MARIE COLLINS lvll ELMWOOD AVENUE FOLCROFT PENNK I had a grear weekend did you? frlendly nrghrs at Holy Cross early mornmg rnser Thar s sharp C :dren of Mary I 7 3 4 Glee Cl b I 2 3 4 Vrmacady 4 Spanrsh Club 4 Commercml Club 4 Alhlenc Assorralron I Z 3 W ff li " f MARY ATHERINE BELL 213 OX?-'KSR9 I-HLLILANI: HAVERTOWN PENNA 57 s careful A fl drive' horror movle fan everybody s frrnfcf ,, Qlflludl sell cr ons lnslde mformauon C rldreh of M r I .Z 4 Presrdent 4 Leader Group 4 Glee ub l 2 Ifylujzmzjigdffixh Commercial Club 4 Spanish Club Jr 4K1 Alh,5qHa:fAssoc1a or!! L 3 Hobby lfub 4 Dramalrc Club 4 1 M X MU, I all iff IWFQ, 4 Inrerclass Hockey 3 Archery Club 3 4 Swammrng Club 3 4 Hg.,-y Hobby Club 4 Dramalrc Club 4 An'- CNW'- 'Y' W? JANET MARIE DONOHUE 902 CONLSTOGA ROAD ROSEMONT PENNA I just love gym Villanova booster pickle fan Parlez yous francais I dldnr say a word Hlldre C :dren of Mary l 7 3 4 Glee Club l 7 3 4 Vrmacady 4 Fren h Club 4 Commercml Club 4 Secretary 4 Lrbrary Arde I Athlelrc Assoclanonl 7 3 4 Inlerrlass Hockey3 4 Interclaxs Baskelball 3 4 Bowlmg Club 3 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramalac Club 4 MARY ANN ELIZABETH EVAN 80 SOUTH PARK AVENUE TROOPER, PENNA. Capable Literary Leader . . . long distance commuter . . . lover of Latm budding Journalrst Brshop Konrrck fan Children of Mary l 7 3 4 Lrlerary Leader 4 Glee Club l Z 3 4 Vrmacadyl Z 3 4 Edrtor4 Science Club4 Spanrsh Club 4 Lalrn Club3 4 Presrdent3 Athlelrc Assocratronl 2 3 4 Interclass Hockey 3 Interclass Baskerball 7 3 Hobby Club 4 Dramalr Club 4 RUTH PATRICIA FADDEN 35 UPLAND ROAD HAVERTOWN PENNA They are not freckles' Turncoat charming smrle zealous farthful frrend golden vorced Chrldren of Maryl 2 3 4 Leader Groupl Z 3 4 Secrelay -'NJ Treasurer 4 Blue Team Captarn 4 Glee Club l 2 3 4 Orches J Ira Z 3 4 Rellectrons 4 Co Edrror 4 Scxence Club 4 French Club 4 Lalrn Club 3 Mathematrcs Club 3 4 Alhletrc Assocra Jew! lronl 2 3 4 Interclass Hockey3 4 Interclass Basketballl 2 3 4 Bowlrng Club 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramatrc Club l 2 3 4 DIANNE ELIZABETH FALONE l268 SAYRS AVENUE CAMDEN 4 N J M ,R Weekends at Brown Yonkers dellght crazy smlle extensrve vocabulary chic clothes Chrldren of Mary 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Vrmacady 3 4 Scrence Club 4 Marhematrcs Club 3 4 French Club 4 Athlelzc Assocm W non 3 4 Interclass Hockey 4 Interclass Basketball 3 4 Tennrs Club 3 4 Rrdrng Club 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramarrc Club 3 4 Audro Vrsual Andes 4 ANNE MARGARET GAVIGAN -5 SCHOOL LANE NEWTOWN SQUARE PENNA Staunch friend Mrss Orlgmalrty good natured always oblrgmg walkrng encyclopedia Chrldren of Maryl Z 3 4 Glee Clubl Z 3 4 Orchestra 4 Vrmacady 2 3 4 Scrence Club 4 Mathematzcs Club 3 French Club 3 4 Presrdent 4 Latm Club 3 4 Lrbrary Arde 4 Athletrc Assocratron l Z 3 4 Interclass Hockey 4 Interclass Basketball Z 3 4 Swrmmmg Club3 4 Archery Club 3 Ar! Club l 2 Hobby Club 4 Dramatrc Club 4 116. FRANCES ELIZABETH GIORDANO 773 WASHINGTON AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 47 PENNA Varsity hugh scorer anlmated splrlt fun Iovrng cnergetnc Ioves that fresh countrv .nr Chrldren of Mary I 7 3 4 Aihlenc Axsoclataon Leader 4 Glee ubI 4 Orche 7 3 4 ReHecrrons4 Fren Commercial Club 3 4 Athletics Assocxalron I 7 3 4 Hockey Jumor Varszly I Varsity 7 3 4 Basketball Jumor Varslty I 2 Varsny 3 4 Bowlmg Club I Hobby Club 4 Dramatrc Club I ,,-.5 7 3 4 Audio V1xualA1des 3 4 I NANCY JANE GORDON IDO 4TH AVENUE PHOENIXVILLE PENNA Tantalnzlng eyes artrstrc touch happy go lucky Oh' Bennett' jack ln the box :dren of Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl Z 3 4 Art Club Refleclrons 4 Spanxsh Club 4 Commerczal Club 4 Athletzc As soczatzon I Z 3 4 Inter lass Hockey 3 lnterclass Basketball 2 3 4 Bowlmq Club 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramatzc Club 4 19" Zflzc strength af hope FAMILY DAY and Maryann Marv EIIcn and Ginny and rn a most Important decision I Z 5? sf 01, Cl .Z. 3. : stra I. ... . : ' : ch 3. 4: yx I Qt'- 7 Ch'l I . . , : , . . : I: O O O pl JUDITH ANN KNOX 7? jsx ff, my turn in the middle." VIRGINIA ANN LETZKUS 233 LENOIR AVENUE WAYNE PENNA Our essaynst college bound Navy fan ls the stop watch ready? French whlz Children of Maryl Z 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Vxmacadyl 2 3 4 Associate Editor 4 Science Club 4 Mathematics Club 3 French Club 4 Latin Club 3 Secretary 3 Library Aide Z 3 4 Athletic Association l 2 3 4 Interclass Hockey 3 4 Horseback 126 WAYNE AVENUE COLLINGDALE PENNA "Stubby" . . . french fries . . . jovial . . . perfect smile ts Children of Mary l, 2. 3. 4: Glee Club l, 2. 3, 4: Vimacady 4 French Club 4: Commercial Club 4: Athletic Association l 2 3 4: Hockey Varsity 2. 3: Interclass Hockey 4: Swimming Club l -r 4: Bowling Club l: Hobby Club 4: Dramatic Club 4. fi 'NAV Che Warmth 0 clmrzty an SANTA ls SPEEDED on his way by Rudolph and the he pful semors Jane Jerry Alice Hlldy and Maryann kwwvw. ELZANOR FRANCES LISI 544 ROSE STREET YEADON PENNA Interclass goalie smcere fnend to all cover gurl com plexlon vnvacxous ll""'x Chrldren of Mary I Z 3 4 Glee Club I 2 3 4 Vzma ady 3 4 1 Spanash Club 4 Commerczal Club 4 Athletic Axsocmtlon I 2 3 4 Interclau Hockey 3 4 Archery Club 3 Art Club 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramatrc Club 4 C""' ANITA JOSE MADORNA T2 434 WILDE AVENUE DREXEL HILL PENNA Future Hedda Hopper dreamy moods pleasant smlle Hn Hon Close that wmdow Chrldren of Mary I 2 L 4 Glee Club Vrmacady 3 4 French Club 4 Glee Club3 4 AthletzcJAssocrat1onI Z 3 4 Art Club 4 Interc .ss Hockiy 3 4 fnterclass Basketball 3 4 . Swrmmmg Clubl 4 Aryhery Qub 3 Hobby Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 '37 CAROLYN ELEANOR MARTIN I723 NORTH REDFIELD STREET PHILA HIA 3l PENNA Wildcat advocate maglc flngers on keyboard Oh well bound for Warriors Blondy 'M Chtldren of Mary I 2 3 4 Glee Club I Z 3 4 Orchestra I 2 3 4 Spanuh Club 4 Commercial Club 4 Athlettc Assocratron I 2 3 4 Hockey Varsity 4 Interclass Hockey 3 Basketball Junzor Varszty I 2 Varsrty 3 4 Swrmmmg Club 3 Hobby Club 4 Dramatz Clubl 2 3 4 Presrdent 4 gk,- KATHRYN MARIA McHALE I3D SOUTH I8TH STREET PHILADELPHIA PENNA Sparkling blue eyes Immaculata bound trlmly tallored the name s the same soft spoken C rldren of Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Orch Stal 2 3 4 Represenlatwe Z Vrmacadyl 4 Scrence Club 4 Malhe malrrs3 French Club 4 Alhletrc Axsocratronl 2 3 4 Hockey .lumor Varuty I Z Varszty 4 lnterclass Hockey 3 lnterclass Basketball I 3 Rrdmg Club Z 3 4 Presrdent 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramatzrs Z 3 4 I I I . 1. I 1' I I I' I I S-J-T 'Q I U ll H I I A U . if Z' .H I I I - I " ' 1 i I - I . . v 1 l I : ,Ky la I ' . 1:1 , I: , ' K , CW! : : 5 K 1' 'V lf I I f ll 2 . I 'QV Aj ' 'L V , A Dau-f It I , ll I I I V . . l.. I-I - . . .4 . I f f . 1 1ew'w JOAN PATRICIA McNlCHOL Zl I ROCHESTER ROAD SPRING HILL STATION MOBILE ALA Contagious laughter I hate to read booster of Ocean City summers Silly mortal' Chrdren of Maryl Z 3 4 Gl Clubl 2 3 4 Vima ad 3 Science Club 4 French Club 4 Athletic Association I 2 3 4 lnterclass Hockey 3 Basketball Junior Varsity I Basketball Var sity 3 lnterclass Basketball 2 Bowling Club 3 4 President 4 -fe., JOAN MARIE MINARICK 236 MORGAN STREET PHOENIXVILLE PENNA Whiz on wheels Florida fan unpredictable moods dancing feet English awersions Children of Maryl 2 3 4 Representatrve4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 Reflect1ons4 Science Club Z Mathematics Club 3 4 President 4 Spanish Club 4 Athletic Association I 2 3 4 lnterclass Hockey 3 4 lnterclass Basketball I 2 3 Bowling Club 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramatic Club I Z 3 4 Secretary 4 Swimming Club 2 Hobby Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 0--wi ffl? 'WWW' BARBARA ANN MOORE ,.-. 'WS 54 COBBLESTONE DRIVE PAOLI. PENINA. Always ready with a smile . . . whiz at basketball . . . "Crackers anyone? . . . aspiring angel of mercy. Children of Mary I, Z. 3.4: Glee Club I. 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3.4: Vimacady I : Science Club 4: Secretary 4: Spanish Club 4: Library Aide 2. 3: Athletic Association l. 2. 3. 4: Hockey Junior Varsity I. Z, 3. Varsity 4: Basketball Varsity 3: lnterclass Basketball l. 2: Riding Club Z: Hobby Club 4: Dramatic Club I. 2. 3. 4. GERALDINE MARY MURPHY RED LION VINCENTOWN, N. J. "Twinkle Toes' '... speedy forward . . . likeable personality . . . inexhaustible supply of energy. Children of Mary l. 2. 3. 4: Representative I: Social Assistant Z. 3: Glee Club I. 2. 3. 4: Orchestra l. 2. 3. 4: Vimacady 4: French Club 4: Secretary 4: Art Club I: Commercial Club 4: Athletic Association I. 2. 3. 4: Hockey Junior Varsity I. Varsity 2. 3, 4: Basketball Junior Varsity I. Z. Varsity 3. 4: Swimming Club I: Bowling Club I: Hobby Club 4: Dramatic Club I, 2, 4. '49 , 1. ,Wh 'rv V4R5 Elll:lN DINISE OBRIEN 33 ST pAUl S ROAD ARDMORL PLNNA Dance cnrhuslast parm loxcr You can SIJW at my house m going I gr w I ro ler r Chrldren of Mary I 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Refleflrons 4 SCIPHIP Club 4 Mathemalz s C ub 4 French Club 3 Alhlelrc Assocralron 3 4 Hockey Varsrly 4 Inlarflass Baskelball 3 Basketball Var szly 4 Tr-rmrs Club 3 4 Surmmmg Club 3 4 Rrdmg Club 4 y Boulmg Club 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramalrc Club 4 JANE ANN O DONNELL Q lZ9 WAYNE AVENUE WAYNE PENNA Arrrsu My harr rs too long Valley Forge roorer socralrte fashionable Ch1ldrenol'Maryl Z 3 4 GleeC1ubl 2 3 4 Orchestra 7 Vzmaccdy l Rellectzons 4 French Club 4 Commercuzl Club Athletz Assocrarron l Z 3 4 Hockey Junror Varszty Z 3 Inter class Hockey 4 lnterclass Basketball 2 3 Art Club 3 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramatrc Club 4 .""'f Depflzs af layalfy 'IHI SOIIMNIIX of Sensor Sing rs made exen more rm pressuc bs our acfompllshcd pranusrs Barbara and Caro lun 77 . . . ' ov," ' , . 1, . 1 , . 1 I :r 3 ' il' fa 1 1 n , . . 1 . . . 1 .., 3: 'FQ 4 5 I : 1 ' 4: 3 ' . I Q 0 Q MARGUERITE ANN ONEILL TYRONE FARM PHOENIXVILLE PENNA Petite great party giver loyal friend Peg O My Heart service with a smlle Chzldren of Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Orchestra sr 3 4 Vtmacady 3 Reflections 4 French Club 4 Commercial Club tw--7 4 Athletzc Assoclatxonl 2 3 4 lnterclass Hockey 3 4 Inter class Basketball l 2 3 4 Bowlmg Club 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramatic Club 2 3 4 MARIE BARBARA PENNARTZ fx Z7l4 PRESCOTT ROAD HAVERTOWN PENNA it Beautiful complexion enviable poise a smile for everyone Junior year arrival Children of Mary 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Vtmacady 3 4 French Club 4 Commercial Club 4 Athletxc Assocumon 3 4 lnlerclass Hockey 3 Swimming Club 4 Bowling Club 4 Archery Club 3 Hobby Club 4 Dramatlc Club 4 Praducr arclzzfccfs deszgmfrs GINNY, BARBARA, and Mary Ellen did their part to create a beautiful setting for the prom. VIRGINIA ROSE RUMBARGER 4l8 BRYAN STREET HAVERTOWN PENNA Dancing feet Spanrsh loves fun loving never a dull moment mrschlevous always happy Chzldren of Maryl Z 3 4 Representatrve3 4 Glee Clubl Z 3 4 Rellectrons 4 Spanrsh Club 4 Secretary 4 Commercral Club 4 Athletrc Assocralron l 7 3 4 Hockey Jumor V rsrty l Z Varsrty 3 4 Basketball Jumor Varsrty l Iterclass l Z 3 4 Bowlmg Club 4 Swrmmmg Club 3 4 Art Club 4 Hobby Cl Y""' 4 Dramatr Clubl 3 4 'TQ' N. DOLORES MARIE WENTLING 1610 LORRAINE ROAD READING PENNA Always ready to help carefree srncere ready for any "1-re H FORVE SCHUYLER 2 DELAWARE AVENUE PENNS GROVE N .I Farr Hrlda Are you dorng anythxng now' Whitey s s aunch supporter Golden blonde Chrldren of Mary l 7 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 4 Whrte Team Cap tam4 Leader Groupl 2 3 4 Presrdent 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 French Club 4 Commercxal 4 Athletrc Assocratron l Z 3 4 Hockey Jun or Varsrty l Z 3 Varsrty 4 Intercl ss Bashtballl Z 3 4 Swrmmrng Clubl Rrdmg Club Z Hobby Club 4 Dramatrc Club Z 3 4 emergency May l borrow your stapler' 5' Chrldren of Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl Z 3 4 Orchestra Z 3 4 Reflectrons 4 Scrence Club 4 Mathematr s Club 3 4 Lrbrary ,N Arde l 2 3 4 Latrn Club 3 Spanxsh Club 4 Athletic Assocra txon l 2 3 4 Interclass Hockey 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramatlcs Club 4 Audro Vtsual Ardes 3 4 af? fd 1:-7 XY ALICE MARIE WHITE 7629 FRONT STREET PHILADELPHIA PENNA Lost and Lifted Miss Executive class wrt Knock rr off French Can Can Chrldren of Maryl Z 3 4 Clee Clubl 2 3 4 Rellectro 4 Spanrsh Club 4 Commercral Club 4 Athletrc Assocratron l 2 3 4 Hockey Jumor Varsrty Z Varsrty 3 4 Captarn 4 Ar hery Club 3 Rrdrng Club Z 3 Swrmmmg Club l Bowlrng Club l Hobby Club 4 Dramalrc Club 3 4 JULIE ANNE WILLIMAN 642 HARPER AVENUE DREXEL HILL PENNA Aboundxng energy Do you know your Chemistry vga, excitable Vnllanova Interest healthy complexlon Chzldren of Mary l Z 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Vtmacady 4 Science Club 4 Presrdent 4 Commercial Club 4 Athletic Axsoczatton 3 M 4 Hockey Junzor Varsity 3 Varszty 4 Basketball Jumor Varslly 3 Varsity 4 Swzmmmg Club 3 Hobby Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 MARY ANNE WOULFE l447 NOBLE ROAD JENKINTOWN PENNA Chemistry capers talkmg hands sparkling eyes 7 s smallest glossy harr vt? Chrldren of Mary 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Science Club 4 Spamsh Club 4 Athletrc Asso ralron 3 4 lnterclass Hockey 3 4 Rzdmg Club 3 Hobby Club 4 Dramattc Club 3 4 Prepared to follauf THIRTY TWO STRONG the Seniors put feeling and s ncernty mto the smgmg of thelr Class Song 5,3 .l ' : ' ' 3 z I : ' . l fp is A ...I r - . V5 f : ' I cl ' , h 2 I 3 . V: ' ' Our blueprint for famarrauf. 1 Mg HIS? 5' 3-HN ' JJ 'A . I K X .in Jw.:-.V - I L Z' If A -V .K fs! ...arf- ' ' 1 I v r1Q 51 .Ii . my-y V L -sf 1' f X ' ""f'?' 30 . -9- X Q1-, fiff-'2 "'N"lU r Y. Him, W.. . fi- Risri W 5 Rv.. . ' of' 411144 5 V" "--V' " Q'-1 rx' Y affix ,. 5 89 AL :hwy a 'Q ,1 . gif' 4 4 Af. v','5fefgE Af' If, ,I 4:- S E' xw Q- , -S ,P 3 X 5 N , Q57-3r,,0'. 4 q I N Y v 15 ,gf 131+-x W 5 .". ,,-y ,N ga. ,X 1 " - ,, -ff: gi f' 41- . Q 5 L , .Lk w' Nr. f, 2 95 lx'-L fig . , 8, ' 4 . I 1 'C ' .-L... X 5,3 i --.2,f'j. 4- ?'-'za " A I 'aiwe - x .fx , ,,. 'Ht 'E-L f' A I . lf. v r ,v 1 , 1 I Q . 5 A. 2.4- x v .- fx 7 . . . . -4 ' do ' -9. 5 Qs O ' as ' P S' ,il I IMQEKQEL in Q Hb". 9 THE JUNIORS. attired in white gowns and carrying their daisy chain. assemble to form ,the honor guard through which the Seniors will walk to Class Day Ceremonies and the Senior Breakfast. As the procession winds along, the Juniors honor the Seniors in the tra- ditional "memory" tunes. 84 I iv- Craduation . . . the culmination of one life, the commencement of another. Mentally. physically, spiritually, we place brick upon brick. Wlith pa- tience and care. our parents and teachers have shown us the way. how, to us is given the chal- lenge-to keep every facet of our structure in per- fect repair. We possess foundations capable of lasting through eternity, but the responsibility is ours to use them properly. To aid us, we are given a "key" to success. our diploma. lfxpectation and regret mingle in hearts and faces as we go forth from more than a school. but home. WE HAVE ENDED our days at Villa Maria and new goals are in sight. The plans. blueprinted here, will soon be in operation! THE EARLY TWILIGHT hours after the May banquet tind us gathered together to sing our fond farewells to our graduating class. The Seniors. in turn. have prepared their songs, which they dedicate to the school, Sisrers, class, and school companions. The evening is brought to an impres- sive close as we all join in a final hymn to Our Blessed Mother. On, Gad tnat these temples may be constructed strong enough tc stand as 6'nristian wcmen embracing lfanr Italy Spirit . . ., ff 1 D pi! 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