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

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9 'Q 'lu-. 55,54 x'f ,-A Villa Maria Academy Green Tree Pennsylvania 3 .ll 1- -ii I A s 4 QQ, P s, J' on-.4 :V-g:'f aniaammemalzw Xie UZIIIQZZIZJQ' af Xie 111573715 zu' 06020725 121 ,,, fig 7958 REFLECTICDNS KEEPING THE SANCTUARY clean and m order is LEARNING AT VILLA MARIA experiences its first the privilege of these dllngent Vxlla Marrans stens lh the quiet atmosphere of our library 4 am ffle Jmmzzcukfe Qwce dm NE HLADRED YEARS AGO our Ble sed Lady appeared at Lourdes It 15 Shrove Tuesday a day that suggests penance reconcrhatron wrth God and a breakrng loose from the bonds of IH Near the Grotto of Massabrelle a w1ld desolate spot along the Rrver Gave ID France Bernadette Soubrrous busrly gathers frrevvood Suddenly the ch1ld 15 enveloped by the rushrng of warm wrnds Lookrng up lnto a rocky recess of the grotto Bernadette sees a beautrful Lady standlng there clothed wrth a bhndmg hght Several apparltrons occur and fuully a soft VOICE reveals I am the Immaculate Conceptron To you I brrng a message of farth a plea for prayer and sacrrfice Here at Vrlla Marra we as drd St Bernadette have made the Blessed V1fg1D an Our rellglous mtellectual culturrl and socral act1v1t1cs have been lllummated by Mary llke 1deals and tradltrons We have dedrcated our yearbook to Our Lady of Lourdes and pray her to keep us ever mrndful of her me sage a message for those who have farth a plea for prayer and sacrrfice 5 W ' integral part of daily school life. The story of this life has been portrayed in Reflections. ' S Y.,-.4 Y . , ' -1. ,. ,hi-inn' -.nf ,' . MOTHER CARMEN ROSA, I.H.M.-Principal, Guidance Coun- selor. OUTH IS AMERICA and youth needs guidance. Through the Faculty we, the citizens of tomorroxv. are guided in the paths of goodness and righteousness. Through their example of Godliness, we are inspired to pray for goodness. We need a helping hand to achieve our goals, and our priests and Sisters have given their lives to this, Through their tireless eiforts. they instill their high ideals in us. To them we turn with complete confidence in every ncccl. SISTER M, SAINT SEBASTIAN, I.H.M. -Religion 45 Artg Spanish 1, 2g Hygiene 45 Co-ordinator of Activities. wi. www: WF' sf 'lf . MOTHER CATHERINE LOUISE, I.H.M.-Mainstay of Good Counsel ofnce . . . our friend. 421 wisvkw SISTER THERESE AGNES, I.I-LM.-Typing 1, 23 Stenography 1, 25 Children of Mary Moderator. SISTER MARIA VERITAS IHM Reli ion 1' En - v - ' -"" g 1 g lish 15 French 1, 25 Vimacady Adviser. x i SISTER JOANNA MARY, I.H.M.-Religion 35 English 2g Biologyg Hygiene 2, 3. L . 1 '-L' f . -Q 51 XA SISTER JAMES MARITA, I.H.M.-Religion 3g Eng- lish 3, 45 National Problemsg Hygiene 33 Reflections Adviser. , 3. 3, L., , SISTER M. JOHN MICHAEL, I.H.M.-History lg Home Economicsg Geometryg Cafeteria Supervisor. I.H.M. - Religion 2g History 33 Algebra I, 2. SISTER M. HELEN MADELEINE, I.H.M.-Religion 25 Latin 1, 2, 33 Mod- erator of the Athletic Association. SISTER MARIE IMMACULEE, mms' cf fm... SISTER ANN IMMACULATA, I.H.M.-Religion 15 Trigoriometryg Chemistryg Hygiene 1. SISTER RITA REGINA, I.I'I.M.-Pianog Lower School Glee Club. SISTER ST. EILEEN, I.H.M.-Pianog Orchestra-15 Glee Club. MRS. LUCILLE CHANDLER - Athletic Instructor fHigh School? . MRS. ANNE WILSON-Dancing Teacher. FAKILJLTY are educators of the mind as of the spirit. Through the patient and constant instruction of our Sistcrs, Villa lvlarians are ahle to maintain high scholastic standards and qualify for higher education as well as positions demanding Groer and Mrs, Wilscnii who work optimisf tically to make us professionals in the fields of music and dancing. Sportsfconscious Villa Marians are ably guided by Mrs. Chandler and Miss Giorf dano. For all thcse things we are grateful. Thank you, dear Faculty. God hless you. MISS TERESA GIORDANO -- Athletic Instructor lLower Schooll. MR. EDWIN O. GROER-Violin, 'Cello, String Bass. KQN 19 Q:...J' QR ,L J. ,, .ff 3 ti 5? w if .f A R' F 1 ,v-51. 3'.',M5. . 1 ,,f, Q .Ar ., x xjgr f' v".Lf" '4 tl' 1, If , L.: ,- . -ax 1 ,-1-.Q X .-1-,ra , ff ,, -pg f .nv J Q, 2' + . J y 'N 1 ' sl :R Aa -'vlmlaff' " - ' W , win' mai . , 7. lf i ,rf- , ff vw ,,.. THE LIGHT CF LOURDES 471066 5 aw shzwfzzaf A ff Lmzlg ay: dutlr Btrmnlltlr 1 surun Francs R tttrnt 'Hum s 1ma,,v pure enrx H111 ma' Lariat Life at Green qlree lb 1 Blarx lxfc XX L mall- hand ln hand vxth her rcfletung, lets M know how hcr purest qualities flu dxhmtx t our Relxgxon pmcrre uerw sq,,rmnt 4 utnnw malcmg all undertakings worthwhile Throt Sh the teachmg of Chrnstnan xdeals emphasxnd 1 Mary lxke xcleas w. are prepared t et h Lhallenges the world offers through thc prac tlce of Catholu action enrxched hx prawn and SHCFIHCC, we haxe helped others threu h the example of Chxldren of Marx mth salsauon as our goal our lxxes portraw the same spmt of fanth that makes Lourdes a rrnbnu draw he multltudes to Marx it l r ff , , ' ' ' ' ' ' '. . . In 41:-aff, J I eflw' '. jf ' ...ln ' 'I 5 i'a fx' ' V' -Q -' v ag lat lk. '- - ,,, xfix.-A . . Y Q E U . . .I . my .ix oy '-I ' . " f o me Ie . . 3 .Y ? b I v ' i : I g 1 ll ' , Y - Vg , J. t ez , slr' ' ,ffm :- if H53 X .4 to . ta .ni lm Us IQAIE vi A hi? R Fifi' 4 1 I i V . T f All --1 'S R ,nlxigt uqtsgk WE KNEEL BEFORE the Blessed Sacrament at First Friday Adoration. Here is the center of all life at the Villa. It is here that faith is fortified, character strengthened by prayer, and Mary-like ideals firmly entrenched in the lives of Villa Marians. Grace streaming from the Monstrance lights our way. In any Catholic school Religion plays a major role in the lives of its students. This is particularly true at Villa lvlaria. ln formal religion classes the Catholic dogmas which animate all proceedings in school and out, are learned. The prayerflife of the students reaches into every activityfin solemn min' utes before the Blessed Sacrament, at tense moments hefore that momentous game, on the stage as Fathers hand is raised in blessing before the curtain opens. To keep Villa lvlarians spiritually "on their toes," Retreat is a most necessary event. Annually, the entire student hody participates in this spiritual project. This is a time of great grace and all leave t with the satisfied feeling of spiritual, wellfbeing. 1 I to 1 Whether it be in the chapel, at work or at play, Q -.mn Religion in action is definitely demonstrated at M535 g I Villa Maria. M 7 Q, C v , ' i .i ,rr-,r 94112 ff 9?!7Z6'f742fif5 iC5T.Q7'fi1fQQff'?',2tT? --dag., CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES reviewed in Spiritual reading . . . Upon returning from chapel senior Children of Mary, Beatrice Manis, Margaret Grinnan, Regina Aleardi and Margaret Roche intently investigate and contemplate the thought-provoking inspiring passage's contained in their spiritual booklets. RELIGION CLASS offers a variety of instruction, advice, and pleasant:-ies. Caught in a casual moment, Reverend John 1. Coffey, Mary Ann McCahon, Ginny Hall, and Carole Wallowitch. 'V 1 5 r xy ,K O GOD OF PLAYERS hear our prayer To play this game to play it fair o conquer win but if to lose Not to revile nor to abuse 3 W THE IMPORTANCE of the birth of Christ is portrayed in this Nativity scene and the girls' solemn faces during Carol Night at Villa Maria. vw, ' 1 f ., - Q X--A ' ' .' ' ' ' . .A -.-.ns.'G-0.1 i lyJ.. a 'V 'I gum? gslalpxh A Q . Y. Q I . 5 C V ,ie 5 45 C c 'Sf I X THE CHILDREN of St. Edmund's Home are fun-lovingg the juniors of Villa Maria are full of satisfaction because they have helped spread a little friendly cheer. THE AUGUSTINIAN MISSIONS will soon receive a fresh supply of cancelled stamps collected and counted by lower school Children P. THOMAS, A. DALOISIO, M. Hamill and M. Ten Brook, of Marv fevfesemafivev Kafhlem McDonough- members of the "Catholic Evidence" group, explore the Catholic Carol Conway lends 3 helping hand' Standard and Times for word about returns on the subscription drive for the Catholic Press. R mg ' rg" I W5 GW? 4 JY? lfflfllliv i"i V, , ' . E gfi:i VIis?Ef3':,:23iQ, W in as E., ff ' ' .s. , 3 f X I 4 I, W, ADL: .sein " ' '-4 ' N' if F x I : , , , .r - av . QAM, D, i,,ix...,.,..s.- A N. e A---M Ygwfmfwrwi-v,3 3 up ' sfo... f J, MET, ,QT-,,,,:h THE THANKSGIVING BASKETS bring holiday cheer to needy families. Ingenuity combined with good food produced attractive gift packages. SISTER TI-IERESA AGNES, our Children of Mary Moderator, gives added information concerning Parish Sodalily Helps to M. Daly and M. A. Huff, president and junior representative. CHILDREN OF MARY Representatives Faye I-Iarmaala, afza's'fzcf1.f'1i'ex. . . Suzanne Yohey, and Rachael Marta check information to be used for the next meeting of the sodality. X52 QWZZG 0121145071 51' 2. ,f X Mm! as I NEW CHILDREN OF MARY MEMBERS: fleft to right! Mimi Mira, Ann Hurley, Joan Williamson, Marilyn Sautter, Elaine Townsend, Veronica Williams and Lucretia Santucci utter a heartfelt humble petition, "After two years of waiting, Mother, I am now officially a member of your Sodality. Help me Q M ty Z' f t ! .N s gfrfwjiy 'Y " .LN any always to remain like you in my every word and action." Dramatics, Big and Little Sister Day . . . school activities all, that have the spirit of faith and prayer knitting them together. The kaleidoscope of school life is lightened hy the consciousness of Gods presence and the constant effort to imitate the example of our Blessed Lady. The activities of the Cap'n Bonnet center about its spiritual director, Father Gilligan. In following out its dramatic programs, the religious aspects of the organization are never lost sight of. Another social function of Villa Maria, Big and Little Sister Day, is dedicated every year, to Our Blessed Lady. PATRICIA GRUBB and Catherine Poore willingly sacri- fice a few minutes each night to arrange the vestments that will be used by the priest the following morning. gg pa?-4:1 iq X SO PROUDLY Margaret Potts presents to her long-awaited little sister, Rachel Marta, the medal of Our Blessed Virgin Mary, symbolic of a friend- ship which will last and endure forever. 3 Q21 Ulm! ffifzazfgfi M12 9' THE NATIONAL CONVENTION of American Drama Critics was held at Immaculata College. One of the promi- nent displays was the survey of our Cap 'n Bonnet produc- tions. Father Gilligan was there with J. Murphy, M. Daly, B. Cashore, P. Downey, R. Belfi, D. Murphy, R. Ginnan, D. Greenhaugh, and S. Holden. OUR DIVINE LORD must have had a beautiful soul and heart to abide in when received by Suzanne Nyland, Barbara Redditt, Mary Hoben, Shauna Hodgson, Suzanne Crasper, Helen Therese Clark, and Patricia Scanlon on their first Holy Communion Day. This day of honor was twofold for in the afternoon these girls had the privilege of being in the May Queen's Court. Ure' 9642 'Mme ima fkz flaaesszkw. " SPECTATORS VIEW the May Pro- cession entering the main drive and are moved by the devotion expressed in the singing. We sincerely hope that Mary will accept the offering of our May Procession as a token of our love and appreciation. LED BY MEMBERS of the Lower School the May Procession leaves the Italian Gardens after having sung hymns of praise to Mary. The Procession is regarded by all Villa Marians as an opportunity to show filial love to their heavenly Mother. it fl Q ,. J, was Nfgfqgf oe 5 y s , fa. N FAITH F I RES me 711. ff f smmffzg fzzffz 5 xsi tmmu III1 1 tu vu Ixnov 1 1 1IIumtnts tht ml urx 1 utua uutrmn lb twrrtlz ulth H1 miruuss of tht Suprum IIIIQIIIEHQDLK strus s ur pug mit IL tht 5tImI1s l5V!LMlS1I0 L 1 r unttmbu tl IILIISIHP mrlst tu turu 0 ull Int' mutt 18 our modtl Vbt lmltltf. Hts dtlxggntt m L,ur SILKIIKS we prix to IAIIITI for strtngth m ptrsturmu Wt hut hun nude cg, r mnt uf rl Int thzt IxI1OMIldg,,t gum. without Iulh IS Itr1ovILdm nqufrtd H1 wam from St B4 rn adcttc wt It urn the Inson thi! the gnxgc of trum worth tmnut In meisurcd 111 cliss rank 4 r grldts but m tht ivmrtness of ctcrrnl x lIlltS m tht mtrt lst of Lrnc as we 15 wxsdom, tn SIIIIPIILIIS and purttw of heart, m faxth founded on prawcr 1nd STLYIHLL f . . 'lv A J 4 I . I Y y I I.iI'c at Green Ircc . N 11 5 lift-. Tai I ligl ts I - '. : ' l-dg- A ' X 'nd. If" V' im-I1-- QI acI'- ' ' t A' 'a -:ted and ' Alf YI if 'I ' ' u ' ' :ftic go. I' " '.I r -acI : ou g 'LI ' s ' tcr 't' X . ' . CI f . I ' Sw " I Q f lght- id Q.. .. . in xi . s ' ll' It ' 4 ' - Y' .' 'd . 4 ' " ' ja' 'II We an f. IV' X 1 I X f P A ,f J . , . 1 If 2 ' I , K - 1 '- I.. fn ' P 1 . X 0 ' 47 X at f I M, It Q U 0,1 II' 11 , S , -1 Qu-A we 'T Y -- 4 E!!! High hopes . . . enthusiasm , . . cheerful smiles . . . freshmen! A new language to masf ter? with six noun eases and verb tenses? , . . hut of course we can do it! A sophomore said it was only a matter of memory! . . . Mzithef maticsf -with letters as well as numbers? . . . It's hound to make sense eventually! . . . World liistorymthe facts and dates in United States history were had enough, but, again-all a mat' ter of memory and interesting too! . . . Initiaf tionllr ---- If it means we are infothers have survived! . . . Big Sistersfwhat fun! The Villa will be just like home. cfzguzkzkbe yan!! seein Wifi UNDERSTANDING THE structure and work of the skeleton is an integral part of our hygiene classes as demonstrated by K. Ryan. A. Wetzel, F. Harmaala, C. Deegan, B. Boyle, and P. Mauri participate. I Z xx' FRESHMAN I-'RESIDENTS P. Hogan and B. Muratore portray the enthusiasm and spirit felt by their classmates. To them we owe the results that a successful year has produced. AS EXPLAINED by Sister Joanne, The Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature opens new fields of research to J. Daily, M. Talone, M. DiCanzio, and V. Sefton. This will be a great aid in the near future. mire Cell -llvffunq, 7 3 . .it as wxiiiflrii -E Sagem mm mess sdmukfes Mzflfzmg. HISTORY STUDENTS F. Kehoe, K. Con cannon, M. Buckley, C. McNabb and P. Gib- bons learn the importance of a Hag in repre- senting a country and upholding its dignity. 'Y M. BRESLIN DIRECTS a question to Molly O'Dea as she moderates a discussion in English Grammar. In these discussions emphasis is placed on correctness in composition and daily conversation. s MM many chores. F. ROCK AND M. MURPHY, Freshman Secretary-Treas urers, are by now capable and efficient business-women Collecting dues and milk money are but a few of their UNITED STATES 'u. 4 mu., " TT '- vm ,, T ,U wi . 'IHH' f. LIBRARY AIDES are very abundant in our freshman class. Sacri- ficing a few minutes from lunch or perhaps a study period, these girls are always ready and willing to lend a helping hand in the librar . Y CAROL DEEGAN EXPLAINS through the use of the Preamble to the Constitution, the importance of the Latin Language in the formation of English words. LETTERS TAKE ON A NEW and puzzling appearance in Algebra. Nevertheless P. Kelly, B. Solvan, R, DeLuca, F. Connor and L. Sentman seem to be well on the way to the correct solution. Precision and accuracy is the very keyword and aim of these students as they progress from simple mathematic equations to the more intricate quadratic equations. V tg, W' Q T 5 , v , f s .154- Tlllx Ill! ,ff Iulmflxf ro mi coxsmrnos or "3 " " Em- l , MH XX! f C . . X fc Tj' 6, V o E ' ' xxky if! TV' 5 . 1 Eg . N , Vt? - is ,.j I 53,1 ." X A! 1 X ' ' f ' v 4 jf H ,ffl 1 ff X f X . QF' , 5 i 1 A I 7 W Q? 'fig '. ' , X N 11 hi' 0?i rq5X L! JL 5 'if E 25 2.!.w.iw Anticipation . . . complete confidence . . . worlds to conquer . . , sophomores? Each suhf ject hcczime a new and exciting opportunity to prove ourselves. Religion classes hrriught at deeper zippreciaticin of our Catholic faith: the challenge of Caesars wars. geonietry theorems, and biologys minute organisms were soon cnnf ' quered with true spirit. Public Speaking classes reaped ai rich harvest in the class play and school assemblies. We held our own in heaping up scholastic points for the Blue and White tczinis. After ai twofyear wait, we became proud owners of our Children of Mary medals and class pins. These events signed and scaled us as accepted Villa Murians. ,xi 7. . UNEXPECTED ANGLES can develop in geometry! Interest stays high as Angela Abbonizio points out the angle and joan Wheeler presents the proof. Wfwxlxfafzfzikzg dQ'diZfl5' hifi. . . SUSAN DONAHUE AND SUZANNE YOHEY, presidents of the "Cover to Cover," select a book to be reviewed by the officers. Below, careful examination and exchange of opinions on the part ot' the officers, Susan Donahue, Ann Peeters, janet Manno and Suzanne Yohey guarantee an interesting selection for the club meeting. V1 LORETTA STILLMAN and Margaret Hogan, class presidents, kept class spirit high with their enthusi- asm and efficient leadership. SOPHOMORE LIBRARY AIDES include fkneelingl Sheila Concannon, Lucretia San- tucci, Beatrice Saenz, fsittingl Elizabeth Sheetz, Catherine Ecock, Margaret Foley, Ann Marie DiFelice, fstandingl Karen Back, Barbara Iandolo, Carol Hoopes, Martha Minoske and june Petticord. Kflld? .fkzxzfffff f4fzawkfzQe TWO DOWN or seven across, no matter which one it is, our Latin whizzes know the answers Denise Hubbert happily fills in the crossword puzzle as Marilyn Sautter gives her the information. ' .1 ti L, A 1 1 an nq""K"' il' H - 3 'ti 4 y ' ' f .1 ,. . ,N 54I""'1 COUNTING CALORIES? We hope that these sophomores aren't because the soda bar offers a variety of goodies guaranteed to malce you gain weight. Joan, Mary, Cathy, and Dolores, however, never give it a thought. OUR BLESSED LADY smiles as she watches Mary Anne lVlcCahon place on her little sister, Martha Minoske, her blue and gold class pin. I ,, .ac '- LUCRECIA SANTUCCI DISCUSSES the alligator while Rita Barr, Julie Davis and Patricia Harvey patiently wait their turn. Discussion makes biology class interesting as well as informative. L Miniature replicas of living matter enable students to probe into ta Y , pg W - the many intricacies of animal life. 'NA ,Q BOUNDLESS ENERGY . . . true spirit . . . enthusiasm . . . pep. These are only a few adjectives that describe the capable Secretary- Treasurers of the sophomore class, Jeanette Monkaitas and Karen Back. - 1 'X 1 :ix if ,T 5 gi 1 lv P fl a 1 , A X Q5 I p 5 ", fi ' s . , et, if A 6 l -x XX is X sk X Q X " ff' X XX ' 9 If A A' qw Q X s X ' 625 , G L' X Xb ,. : If 5 Q y , ff 5 2 , X ' , f ' f! Q X X P 5' gf: i , 1 X !,' 4 X Q X ,f" 'V N I J 1 'J' D' 91 51 in ,m""5-- .fffrq UU ll ii ' yi? ap .. T - 'G Pleasant memories . . . new responsibilities . . . deeper ties . . . juniors! This year brings with it many changes in classroom activities. New subjects are offered so that every girl can be accommodated. The future secre' tary may take the commercial electives and study typing, stenography, French, or Spanish. The academic course offers as specials, chemistry or trigonometry, although music majors may substitute theory of music for math. It is an important year because we select the course that will lead us to our future careers. Traditional activities take on deeper meaning. Every junior receives a class ring, the symbol of the upper' classman, on Carol Night. Dressed in her red cassock and her lantern in her hand, she receives this ring which represents dignity of position and love for her school. Little Sisters are special and longfawaited. Each junior is chosen to guide her little sister through those Hrst few hard days, and to be her friend afterwards, helping her whenever she is called on. The bitterfsweet days of early june climax the year when we form the daisy chain, and act as the traditional guard of honor for the seniors- girls who are not just our graduates, but Villa Marians who have become our friends. 922171-i Juxlfzs .s'!eahQ IT SMELLS GOOD, Mary' exclaim Nancy Schumaker Carolyn Kurtz and Dorothy Shaw in the hopes that their cooking projects will be as successful as the one Mary Melghan has prepared. -.. ' l T"s.f i D . - 'VI La Bfe C hard worldnglrshiiitricia f 7 ENTHUSIP'-STI gecretarY'1-reasrixey share me t iunior class Nxumgan, as is up to date 00 Ellen . Cgoun nd . ' tor 3 ilifxiixena of keevmg lun . . . AND SHE DID IT all by herself! Clever Rosy will certainly be the belle of the ball in her new mint green creation. i. MARY BETH ROBERTS looks on as Margaret Mascio works out and explains a problem in second year Algebra. Problems such as these talce quite some figuring and paper-work. A ...........-.qu ,Aw SALLY GALLOP, ANN DONAHUE, Josephine DelVacchio, Ida May Schramm, Margaret Potts and Joanne Owens pause in their reading. junior English literature with its true and fiction stories, and posters for demonstration is a class which adds interest and enjoyment to the Clay's studies. A,-us DOLORES MONZO, MARY HELEN BOYLE and Leonore Gillin h discuss the different states with Rosemary Shanders as she points them out. American history becomes more interesting when sessions ew afiafhzges me med MARY HELEN BOYLE, SANDRA WYSOCKI, Gail Tumelty, Rosemary Shanders, Alice Stewart, Constance Lenz and Kathleen Ferraro, our junior typists, learn accuracy and efficiency which will help them become better secretaries. MARILYN LIVINGOOD and Patricia Boyle loolt on as Margaret Strauss, Anne Marie Salmon and Natalie Back demon- strate in music theory. STENOGRAPHY, that intriguing language which must be mastered by future secretaries, is being explained by Kathleen Ferraro to Dolores Monzo, Pat Gerace and Jean Marie Otto. - 2 Q , L N I W Q K. f Q 'Q N' r sf ! , , if Q v I 1 X 1' I X, 2 I, 54 I g .1 Q A X 1 If 1 X ' ,Q x G , If f ' 1 Jeff , X 2 Af, S gf 1, 45 W 4 , V4 3 ff 4 1 - N A g 5 . L S ' X ' 5 Q5 . .vm f at X I X -'LS' ' 5 ' ff ' X I .Q X ks if x ,R J , 1, I Q I if Pr, f -1 Q 5 f ' P- 'JF 5 v 13 J"-2 J-4, Senior year . . . the fulfillment of four years of high school . . . companionship . . . gay times . . . tense moments . . . a time when golden memories are most vividly relived in our minds. Most likely our first thoughts return to the morning we first arrived at Villa Maria and how we truly felt like "lowly Froshf' The years passed swiftly-too swiftly-propelled by happy days. Now the end of our journey is nearg we are seniors. Dignity is ours as we proudly wear blue caps and gowns for various ceref monies throughout the year. Prestige is ours at the Senior Prom as we form the Grand March. Friendships forged along the way are pledged to hold true always. Wills are uplifted with ideals to be followedg minds are alerted with knowledge to be utilized as each girl wonders eagerly what the future will bring. 'V REVEREND JOHN KEOGH, guest speaker at the presentation of awards for essays sponsored by the Catholic Historical Society of Phila- delphia, poses with winners Betsy Reilly and Kathleen Connor. Wkhm afzrfgwce. . . flifdlllldfif AN EXPERIMENT CAN become dangerous when the seniors have control in the laboratory, so these young chemists look carefull u th' ' y pon is gaseous adventure. Mary Ann, Pat, Gerri, Barbara and Peggy are present. . gi' ' be feet W . . kept pe! h hbr3fY fs G. Rafaa THE ORDER off eiibwv Mes' by' our four senior nd J- Kunz' P. G rubb, C. Holmes' 3 ,f fijlge--H Here are the final preparations for tomorrow. Religion has provided the spotlightg an awareness of social, economic, and political affairs will deter' mine our contributions to societyg future space' conquerors have probed the intricacies of math and scienceg speed queens of the keys are ready to defy efficiency expertsg future career women and home' makers examine their acquired skills and feel ready A-is for the challenge. Each Villa Marian looks forward as well as back-so much depends on the futureg so little could be accomplished without the past. DELIA AND ANNE have been the faithful leaders and sincere friends of every senior girl. Their hard work and honest efforts will make us remember them in future years and recall the happy hours they spent trying to keep us "Quiet." i ,ff -vs X ff, A Barbara Browtx- REGINA ALEARDI LOOKS ON as Carol Nemetz explains GRUBB an .sua1Aids dfP3ure some of the various activities of our government through the PAT to have the V21 gnoihef Pict use of the National Problems chart in the senior classroom. sgcm . hand, an ment In . to be shown KATHLEEN KILCOURSE, KATHLEEN CONNORS, Rita Walsh and Kathy Gavigan prepare for the debate on "Foreign Affairs" by reading the current events magazines, Newsweek and America. The junior class will have to work hard and concentrate to contend with our esteemed seniors in this debate. , -f A. EFFICIENT . . . SPEEDY . . . INTENT . . . senior typists! The number of words per minute they are able to type is determined by the ten-minute speed test on which they are now working. Precision and accuracy as well as speed are important if these seniors wish to become dependable, capable typists. D-DAY-December seventh for these busy seniors. They study perseveringly to brush up on their math rules, history facts, or English constructions for their College Board Exams. Bebe, Kathy, Kate, Rita, and Lucille are working with the College Entrance Examination Books which give model tests and enable the girls to get a sneak preview of College Board Exams. OUR FUTURE homemak- ers, Kathy Pedano and Judy Crandall, anxiously survey the main points of the Betty Crocker Test in hopes that they will attain some of the valuable prizes. THE MATHEMATICS CLASS learns the application of trigonometric functions to physics. Rita Walsh ex- plains the complex problem of measuring electric current by means of a Galvanometer. 5' ,f Vffkzfzlfy. . . ghafldh. . . chzfmesf - N, ., l. llsl A L This year we present individually Villa Maria's staunchest supporters- the members of the lower school. Here can be found a miniature replica of the high school. Under the expert guidance of the Sisters, the preps prime themselves for their high school days. , This training begins first with the elecf 1 tion of class ofhcers and Blue and White team representatives. Spiritual guidance, which will later mature into their reception among the Children of Mary, is undertaken by meetings of the junior Sodality. Whether they are studying diligently, buying their taflies in Campi, or roller' skating after school, the lower school adds much life and variety to the cam' pus of Villa Maria. THE SECOND GRADE-First aisle: S. Hodgson, M. DiPaolantonio, B. Redditt, K. Smith, S. Nilund. Second aisle: D. Howarth, M. McCabe, P. Fickinger, S. Crapser. THE FIRST GRADE-Left side: D. DiPaolantonio, K. Ruth, M. Gioliotti, C. Crai , P. ui ley M. Bobb g Q g , , second grade. Right side: P. Hickey, L. Valentino, M. Galamago, K. Appler, M. Calamaio, P. Scanlon, second grade. I ' inf -ww I : nd. c .55 , Nl KM THE THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES-First row: M. Hoben, M. Hoffner, L. Lawrence. Second row: M. Gantonio, L. Quigley, D. Richards, D. Butt. Third row: M. Sladek, M. Lee, B. Edge. Fourth row: H. Clark, M. Bain, V. Derham. Fifrh row: K. Gelarmo, J. Hoffer. if .ua E . -rv 3 K nfs , 9 I I X Q gb-K' ' - P.-f fir hmm soviet THE FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES-First rmv: S. Butt, C. Derbyshire, M. Guarrera, D. DiGiovachinia. Second row: M. Rumbarger, M. Horroclcs, L. Scanlon. Third row: L. Smith, D. McCabe, E. Williamson, T. Giantonio. Fourth row: L. Martin, W. Sipus. Fifth row: M. Derham, J. Mullen. Participation in school activities characterizes the lower school. Assemblies are enlivcnetl hy the contributions of the lower school students. The significance of Thanksgiving and Christmas is deepened and emphasized by their programs. These everfbusy lassics are a joy to the Blue and Wliittr team captains. for returns from the lower school always mean a hoost in team points. Yes, our preps give Donna R. Gxlvlarie Hob . , . . - I h the high school girls keen competition. V'Ha'S Lowiragds and Shauiinl Mary Derham 599 lhem W- fhool leaders a i-Iodgwn, th nh time io stroll-that isnft .men W5 camplls. THE SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES-First row: M. Hoben, E. MacAvoy, P. Mullen, D. DiPierro, F. DiLauro. Second row: E. Fairweather, M. Carroll, C. Consorto, G. Mancles, K. McDonough. Third row: J. Whitacre, G. Horan, G. Hannigan, M. Salmon, G. Whitacre. Fourth row: J. Gerlack, C. Osborne, I. Rainear, M. Gorman, G. Quinn. Fifth row: M. Melcher, L. DellaPolla. l 1 Culture A d V 6 fl C C S he a667mMfzfz a fulfil .efzaf wazzfy Lute IH X xlla Blu-1a encourages an apprecla non of cultural values Spiritual awareness IS mtensxhtd through thc fine arts In the lOV6ll mss of st lrxng melodies, rhe 1nsp.rat1on of vre lt n msn plums tht rthncnunts of foreign ultuxu mu minds lft uptncd to the bt um ul Must hrxd LS 1 lrth and hcaxen Rellgxon, drama socnal hfe ruolxe around nts elevatmg mnvxeme Fun as at Lourdes the Axes honormv Our ladx constxntlv ruse m josful harmomcs so here at Nhrs s Vnlla her praises ascend nn loxclx melodies In the majestic music of thc masters Y llla 'Vlarxans find enjow ment Qrchestra and glee club combme to make these words lne agam Drama enhances the program Student produced plans rn al 1 ne another m excellence, the annual Senxor Plaw and Operetta achieve dramatic superlornts In art classes creative ahlhtw ns fostered and great artists works are Sflldled Faith sharpens our perceptxons and m the comprehenslon of beauty, we are more keenly conscious of beauty's Creator, God X1 . . ll X I L Vi - . 4 I .4 V 1 . . V . . . .. 1 x '4 x x x ' - . b , . . 1- Q- - sn- tw-sf x x x s r I 5 . . . . .. , K' V". ' fl ' ' ' ' xl f . 1 'I' gh' 'R 2 " " . 1- . 41 W v Y K - Q 4 u va . . 3 2 a ' " , ' K , 1 .1 V, . x . 1 . 1 -'x . vs ' 5 .1 - . r . ..N X 4 I 1 r,. .1 . Y , 1 1 4 L I' - ,. , 1 x v I ' N x . I 4 , . 1 1 ly .. . . , . N u mes Mraz! M fizwfzafzy F VOCALISTS Margaret Mary Powell, Margaret Strause, and Josephine Sbarbaro add to the Mar' beauty of our musical programs and lend out- "' standing support in the operetta. - 'T .Sw or-1 so 3,4 coizns glee Club se lections wh-le MARGOT RE M rilyn file COPies' Faiths Ellen' and 3 From the first week of school to the last, the glee club may be heard performing frequently, as Villa Maria's life func' tions around music. Large and small programs are made enjoyable and melodious as voices blend to fill the air with music. The Thanksgiving program, Carol Night, the Musif calc, our May Procession, the Operetta, and Senior Sing all add up to a pleasant and musicillcd year. UNDER THE COMPETENT direction of Sue Holden, the glee club participates in the Spring Musicale. "Sweet and Lovelyn could be their theme song for the sweetness of their harmonies was complemented by the loveliness of their appearance. lenefh e . 1 . of A 2 . 5 i E h Barham Browne' PLAY" does no! calc cl as theY WEJSQSEFO. S':":3e::51fi 5221.1 Jw' h Twmve' ' THE SENIOR STRING mmm, composed of J. Kunz skillfully' execute I e FAITHFUL pianists, Anne Marie Salmon, Carole Wallow- itch, and Mary Ellen Glass, ac- company our orchestra and glee club with skill and graciousness. REHEARSAL TIME! Pat, Anne Marie, Mary Ann Natalie, Barbara, and Sue check scores for the practice period. Orchestral arrange- ments are collected and filed by these busy S. Holden, Capelt, Nl. Whalen, C. Wallowitch, P. Becker J. Peters, and K. Connor display their instruments after an ual?-maieis cambkze 514.173 SENIOR ORCHESTRA members also include the following sections- Woodwindss M. A. Smith, A. Daloisio, and M. Roche. Brasses: Purcell A. Dunworth, A. Gavigan, B. Browne, and M. Litka. Percussion: C. Holmes N. Wfolfington, M. TenBrook, and G. Rafa. -V. J It has been said that, "Music hath charm," and at Villa Maria this has been proven time and time again. From Sigmund Rombergfs lilting melodies to Sousa's spirited marches, the orchestra has always charmed its audiences. Wliether it be an informal, "just for the school" function, or the dignity and brilliance of the Spring Musicale and' Graduation, thc whole-hearted cofoperaf tion of talented musicians shines forth. To a' nonfmusician, Thursdays weekly practice might sound dissonant, but to those in the orchestra, it is a display of constant effort on the part of each and every member. In the end. all the practice adds up to a harmonious whole. GI Every group needs a leaderf one who can produce results. We have ours in Sister St. Eileen. Assisting Sister, Mr. Grocr has untiringly given of his talents for the continual improvement of Villa Maria's orchestra. RL with Barbara Bros trumpet, talented readi' for three stllemnly stands tt 9 ev 9 Taps," a n-adit' en oCl0Ck I - . Day salute. Ona! Armistice Yes, Villaftime is harmonyftime and Villafmemories are musicfmcmories. Violins: S. Holden fconcertmeisterl, J. Kunz, M. Whalen, N. Back, J. Capek, A. M. Salmon, M. Strause, M. Livin- good, I. M. Schramm, M. Sautter, A. M. DiFelice, K. Back, T. McGrath, J. Wheeler, B. Saenz, M. B. Hamilton, J. Sbarbaro, M. O'Dea, J. Quinn, P. Gibbons. Cellos K. Connor, J. Gross, F. J. Kehoe, C. Trevison. Basses. P. Becker, J. Peters. Piano: C. Wallowitch, C. Lenz. Flutes: K. Gavigan, M. E. Glass, M. L. McCahon, M. A. Huf. Clarinels: M. A. Smith, A. Daloisio, M. Roche, M. Mira, C. Ecock. Horn: J. Purcell. Trumpets: B. Browne R. Shanders, A. Dunworth, C. White, P. Coughlin. Triom- bones: M. Litka, E. Fadden. Percussion: G. Rafa, F. Wolnngton, M. TenBrook, C. Holmes, S. Concannon, E. Mulligan. 3, 1' ff? , 'Sq .M .xx .di-' 'L 1 s M M' 59. 'JH' 1 2 l 5 I i L g, 1 NANCY AND MARGY, the "stay-at-homes," add those finishing touches which enhance the "belles-of-the-ball," Anne and Rose- marie. .2 4 X I PAT, LIZ, and Ginny model gowns created for that special afternoon en- gagement. 421:94 mama? waflMf 4 'X I 4--1 LOVELY LASSIES ALL! Joanne, Carolyn, Pat, Loret- ta, and Mary are all dressed up with somewhere to go! , my 5 ' v U 1 1 "" H coming, KYPUW' ."f' 'f e MINORITY OF MILLIONS. This scene takes THE FRESHMAN CLASS PLAYi' Thtlnereoigereally D0 Place qu-fe like place in the principal's office as the student . t on American feeling that after 3 vaca I home. ffz n "WHY WON'T ANYONE EAT my cooking?" asked Nora . . . Heart Trouble, the sophomore presentation, tells in a hilarious way how easily women can confuse the issue. 1 f . late' 5 ' i 1 r , 1 E: 4 "Improvement Committee" makes plans to take ove-r the day's activities. fzfefzf fdkflfif emerge. lvlodelling new fashions gives Villa Mariaiis an opportunity to add spice and amusement to school activities. The styles illustrated in the annual fashion show are the result of the girls' creative efforts in the Home Economics department. Stellar productions are the order of thc day when the amateur theatrieals get under way. Directors, stage managers, and casts can he proud of results for the applause which terminated each effort was spontaneous and wholehearted. GOOD ENOUGH FOR LINCOLN. In the Cameron living room, the play committee has been strangely aroused by the arrival of the long lost Bethy Cameron. 1 3 3 l 9 5 f 5 Y l l wg 7 1 5. Lg K za' H13 ,ME -3 "BRIGADOON,S', LADS and lassies gather together for the grand finale which marked the end of a wonderful show and the end of cur happy times for another year. Every member -' of the true Scottish clan was sad at leaving but the feeling was that "Brigadoon" would go down in the "Book of Hits" for future reference. 11' THREE IMPORTANT SCENES of "Brigadoon" come to life in these pictures: Top, Peggy Strauss sings the warmhearted , "Waiting for My Dearie." Center, janet Peters interprets the J funeral dance on the death of Harry Beaton. Bottom, the I 0 I dancing chorus expresses the gay feeling, "At The Fair." un, Qfzfzffzxg Hksczhadbn . It's spring again, and through Villa Maria's halls echo the gay songs of the operetta. The gala produc' tion was BRIGADOON, a highland story of a mysteriously disappearing village. Lads and lassies diligently learned the "Highland Fling," and polished their Scottish brogue to suit Father Gilligan, the cast's patient director. Sister Regina Cecilia worked tirelessly to teach the chorus the beautiful and lively melodies which made BRIGADOON a hit. Each girl and boy who was a part of the operetta loved 'I ll every moment of it. The Cap'n Bonnet spirit of fun and cooperation made hearts sad to sec the curtain descend on the last performance. g gig? I . , Wag F F PEGGY STRAUSS seems amused as she looks at Ed Murray while the Reverend john Gillin surveys the scene. The cast was directed by Father Gilligan and Sister Regina Cecilia whose help and guidance made "Brigadoon" a play to remember. THE CAST jeff Douglass ............... Richard Wolfiiigtoii Tommy Albright .... .... E dward Murray Archie Beaton. . . . . .Jerry Mahoney Harry Beaton ..... . . .Robert Bcrdow Andrew McClarer1 . . . .... Robert Brogan Fiona McClaren . . . . .Margaret Strausc jean McClaren ..., ......... P atricia Boyle Meg Brockie .... . . .Carol jo Armstrong Angus Mcfliiffie ..... . . .William Cashorc Charlie Dalyrumple .... . . .Peter Culhane Mr. Lundie ....... ..... J ohn Gillin Frank ....... . , . Daniel Walsh jane Ashton ..................... Ann Willim1iii Accompanist: Carolyn Martin, Barbara Bambcrgcr, Anne Marie Salmon A5 fi v'q -Hsin Above: john Gillin performs the ceremony as members of the cast look fondly on the wedded couple. Center: Accompanied by the pianists the dancing chorus gaily skips through "Go Home With Bonnie Jean." Below: The singing chorus portrays the solemnity of "There But for You Go I." nal" Ilff?X 1 ii The lower school performed its first operetta, "The Ivlaiden and The Glass Slipper". From first to eighth grade, everyone was included and it all ref sulted in a magnificent performance. The singing chorus, the dancing chorus, and leading roleseall combined to make the operetta an occasion to he remembered. Colorful costumes, scenery, the sing' ing and dancing of the ladies, the delightful entertainment of the fairies filled the air with a fairy tale enchantf ment. From the first to the last perform' ance, each show was declared to be as wonderful as one of our Cap'n Bonnet productions. The applause told of the success enjoyed hy the lower school and we, the high school. heartily conf gratulate you and Sister Cecile Marie for your hard work and wonderful results. 9' 4' I 1 LORDS AND LADIES of the Court, Bettina Salvan, Sue Herley, Kathleen McDonough, Janet Bruder, Stephanie Ursprung, Frances Kehoe, and Molly O'Dea, strikingly dressed in magnificent Hnery, make a picturesque and colorful entrance to the grand ball. We czmkzkz cf ew . . . CUPID fwho is really Donna Rickardsll shot his arrow of love straight for the hearts of Cinderella and Prince Charming on the night of the grand ball. He smiles approvingly in view of a job well-done. Y ag' R ,f .1 ' + fx 71, ,,,v-- ..,v"' , M , j . . fr' 1 If 5 I , 12 L 7 3 .. 5 ' , . R 1 sv ff' .- 1' ,- . ,. ' q 4 , 4 'i S W - I H' .- 1- xo' 1 '-- ' ." , z f , r I L ' -H J ,-5 1 L.,- -.- Q'-" . v ffl l'x THE FINALE, a grand ending to a delightful operetta! Pictured here is the entire cast which included every member of the Lower School, from the youngest to the oldest. ' IT FITS! Much to the delight of the prince, the owner of the glass slipper has been found! Cinderella, of course! These pretty maidens are M. Derham, J. Gerlach, M. Scanlon and S. Butt. MOLLY O'DEA and Frances Kehoe combine melodious voices with those of the chorus, creating a very pleasant effect which was lie mega' 0 ,hflyfzfzaffweazlsc 'efe 'kit'-if K ill 5 23.5 ga fu Wx ' ' 2 A HER STEP-MOTHER and step-sister are heartily amazed as the delicate glass slipper glides easily on to the dainty foot of Cinderella, but the cast smiles approval foi the prince has at long last found the one he loves. 1 ffg 3, 4 VILLA MARIA's freshmen aid the men of Malvern in acquiring ease and grace in the art of dancing. Though the girls may find that when the boy has two left feet this process is not easy on either girls or boys, they persevere and the result is a happy time for all, especially the girl who escapes with all toes intact. yflfikfbly 13' Xie am. Dancing, art, and a knowledge of foreign languages and customs round out the education of Villa Mariaiis. This aesthetic development brings an appreciation of the finer things of life and a deeper understanding of the cultural inheritance we have received from the Old World. The language cluhs provide interesting and amusing programs which clarify ancient and modern European ways of life and also illustrate how America today constantly draws upon this culture we have absorbed. The technical aspects of dancing fade into the hackground when steps, intricate or simpleffdepending on our partners! are practiced with our "brother" school, lvlalvcrn Prep, lviany a prom date has been settled right here at a class session in the Activities Building! OUR FUTURE Rembrandts, Jean Murphy, Eileen Wilson, and Patricia Becker, put the finishing touches on their artistic masterpieces. LATIN LANGUAGE, Kathleen Gavigan, smiles for she is sure of a favorable verdict from the jury as Margaret Stapleton, Dolores McShea, and Elizabeth Reilly review the language's contributions to society. cwlbafzs me wr aah! FOR THE French Club's entertainment, Kathleen Con- nor leads Eileen Wilson, Mary Anne Mccahon, and Margot Whalen in the singing of "A Love Affair to Remember." En francais, "Ce Bel Amour." UNDER THE DIRECTION of Kathleen Kilcourse, President, and Joanne Capek, Vice President, members of the Spanish Club hold a Round Table discussion on the history and background of the Spanish language. These meetings enable them to better understand the language they are studying. As proof of their Demo- cratic nature they included a representation of each country in the form of a flag. wh. f ,JM I. 1 1 ,ff ' ,,.:. kk,klb,, L, .,,., V .. f , S4 .. T I' wif 41,0 E 1 , ,V f v Q " H , iz? 4-ff. ' ' 5 x '55, A D 1, V ' ' Q x 1. 's.,,, ' 5 M x' N 2 ff 'P' , x C ,xv R xx X P ' - 4 fe A it A A ,", md, A . ' 1 3 ' Q s Q Q ES V 2 E N ' 3 3 ' 3 1 Y' 'f - x ,. -ew f May- ', A N, arf . -O , x L, . ,Q 5 ,Q Q a 'SES' . ' 1 1 , sw,,,,T . K S V f X K m D . If ' , fl 'V f , f v ' X A vkgis' ,f .1 X f Q fiap af' 3 . X , f A f-iii! 1' ' X k p ., my 3? , V -1 M 'Q' k M .iL"i4iSW safaaf hzhixffd. Society cannot progress without organized govern' ment. To function efficiently, government must have leadersicommunityfminded members who ref spcct the obligations a wellfregulated government imposesg generous citizens who give willingly of their time and talents. In the community that is Villa Mziria, the social responsibilities of good government and efficient leadership are in the hands of the Student Council, directed and inspired by Mother Carmen Rosa. A silver bar stamped with the school seal is the insignia of oflice worn proudly by our leader group. It is a symbol of the trust placed in them by the faculty and of the conndence felt in them by the student body. Aided loyally by the class officers of each section, the leader group work constantly to keep Villa Maria the wellfregulated community that is our home during the day andffor the resident students-for the greater part of the school year. In the hands of each leader is placed the wellfbeing of some aspect of school life --religious, literary, cultural, athletic, or social-and the sacrifice of time and energy this entails is appreciated by both the faculty and the student body. STUDENT COUNCIL members take on a solemn look significant of their office, as Mother Carmen Rosa, moderator of the Leader group, discusses with them the busy schedule of activities awaiting them in the near future. "ff Top: Senior and junior leaders gather around the P. A. system to make morning announcements. Below: Margaret Hogan, Sophomore President, smiles as Delia Murphy, Senior President, happily "pins" her with her insignia of office. 'j 55 New ' n B Jsipy XCIL , :O Q , sf .Y W? 1: ,J rio Qui -'MQ 'T' Q A U E 1 QQ - Q n 1 ' ,LEM NM' 7 f J CHARDCT f 'l ,Q Ei C5 5 srnvrcci 3 , p :fri 1 wh' 4 L3 -M. ui., I a I Al M6705 vzfsmvbfzs af scvfaafsizilzi. Villa Marizi now enjoys the privilege of a Blue and White Chapter in the National Honor Society. The National Association of Secondary School Principals founded the Society in 1921 for the purpose of raising the secondary school to a higher educational plane. Members are admitted on a percentage basis and are responsible for the upkeep and continuance of the Honor Socicty's purpose. We present here Villa Marians outstanding in scholarship, leadership, school service, and personal character, who have become members in the Blue and White Chapter. The spirit of Villa Maria is the spirit of the Blue and White Teams-that intangible quality that sparks every enterprise. The custodians of that spirit are the team repref sentatives from each section. Very early in freshman year, each Villa Marian is assigned to one of the two teams and becomes a permanent member. All drives, sport activities, and scholastic achievements are run on the team basis. This spirit inspires and ignites us with a school spirit that endures through Villa Maria years and exerts a vital force in post' graduate days. ROSALIE BELFI, Senior white team representative, sorts magazines while Patricia Grubb, Senior blue team representative, ties them in bundles. Later the magazines will be sent to hospitals and charitable institutions. 117' 4 1 R. MILLIGAN, Francione, C. Conway, and R. Shanders sort the trading our tombola prizes. stamps that made possible Above: Team representatives make returns to Delia Murphy and Anne Dunworth, Blue and White team presidents. Below: All team representatives gather around Delia and Anne wearing smiles that typify our friendly rivalry. aiu ii 'Q 1 :fm X . 'ii Yihtijiif r if edgy f ' v-.frgqff ' 5 'L :W . 1,1 STAFF MEMBERS Joanne Capek, Mary Anne McCahon, Mary Virginia Hall Patricia Grubb Falth Bernardo, and Elizabeth Harkins meet the copy deadline but not without a W 67766 - fkzszllafeaf wr killer! A time to reflett 1 memory to relre h a name to reuitm ber . . . a yearbook' Betyyem tvyo eoverb ot gold md blue our C1153 colorsn we have hoirtled it 1ll the IIIQPIYCIUOIIN the weholwtie aehitve ments. the fun tie ompetitioii t 1 V1 la M1r11 It ookb ao linislietl 'picturt txptiom opy t ere not the time t limt of ti tlcadfliiic dash ol iyttr um Mlflfl Why tant we ot la c41lmly'7A '... ol Mr Forxytli N N my ll hut tht print h1 lc as soon as posszblcl' of Mr Urxpruiw Tin. e lf ier vm Nye your eopy the hotter Joh yy gill do on your hoo ' of Lu ille md Clroly I1 Q constant clamor md dt peritt Pleaae l'3I'1l'lY' 111 your patron money We have hill snow storm , phone calls . Rej'leut1on5 . . ended so THE BIG MOMENT' Reflections '58 has become a reality and Betsy Reilly and Mary Daly view it with pride in T our Yearbook Patronsln "DON'T FORGE. Y fReflection's Zealous the familiar CFY 0 has been Carolyn Harrington' Busmess Manager' zfzlfdmf. . . 052413521 -hz dkcbbfzat f'fA THE CANDID CAMERA has cleverly caught Sister James Marita, Mr. Forsyth, our photographer, and co-workers off guard as they laughingly plan their next photographic attack. THE STAFF COMBINES business with pleasure while examining pictures as Faith Bernardo, Art Editor, discusses the relative merits of the photograph in her hand. init...- J X ilk ff 'l - WWIJUJJQ - fkzfefzhaem af ffiafkffkfz 1212423 ,.. 1 9 I-. 9 LQ.. s WE WOULD LIKE to introduce an industrious Vimacady staff. Clocltwise, Kathleen Connor, Kathleen Kilcourse, Margaret Litka, Suzanne Yohey, Barbara Murray, Marilyn Livengood, Catherine Ecoclc, Carol Trevison, Karen Back, Ann Herley, Kathleen Gavigan, and Rita Walsh. Above, Carol Nemetz and Dolores McShea, Business Managers, cooper- ate and lend wholehearted support to Margaret Litka, Page 4 Editor, Kath- leen Connor, Page 1 Editor, Kathleen Gavigan, Page 3 Editor, and Kathleen Kilcourse, Page 2 Editor. 1 fr 5 it 8 1 xx x' H xN T' W ,454 X Y. Y , V 1 vixgui -- 2 X V N . 3 'D 17 V 3 ' I' , ' fx 4 v ' 1 ,V fmt: ' ISO' fo R x f 2" in - "-14.151 kgv-ia 4' aw U .H f N VH ,QU 4 3 Q 3 5 I A ff 1 -A six' A" fl- 3,-1' -' rX 1 3 1 Dm gl 1,4 , " 'Y ' ' f ' ' ' QM ' " Q' fQq."'H V S 4 3 ..1341','-v',- K A ug " ' 'J f ' f " -YQJL: . , V g,j'.J . 5, V ' , ,f T '3f'ff?P?i25g' ' " .Q X: if lil ', f X Q's-,p,.-f.,' w.,,- Q ks?1'f!15l-3 3' I f Q . , -I K u ft? Q 'Xp' ,Qff , Y-6' XX.. my '05 1 ,W X? JA. Mftfydx S15 -,. ff Q ' " fx' ' ' , Q ' ' AK: -tsp -' ora. f K i " t N ,.,K.-3 Y ff I ,, ,wr ,,.,Q.A H, Q 1 - , uv.. . J-A ' 1 ' 4 'di J FK 2 . f 37,4 mf Q -5. D, 1,,,xg.6?:rv.T,.X i- V. X's ' I 4, if. gil f khxltsyv x .s Q, J Ju I Q x 3 0 X, X I .'... liixz ,Wa ,Q ff -,fum 5 fzifciey - MQ Xie have wmyiefef Hockey Camp . . . our cabinga conglamoration of hockey sticks, shinguards, balls, and wintergreen oil . . . we worked hard . . . back home and down to business . . . opening whistle! . . . backed by enthuf siastic rooters . . . forthed with prayer . . . sparked by true team spirit . . . Holy Child game ended in a '22 tie . . , Victors by 5 to 1 over our Alumnae . . . our spirit at its peak . . . Notre Dame . . . we battled courageously hut it was a Villanova 32 advantage . . . we welcomed Mount St. joseph . . . defeated Sfl . . . undaunted . . , The Hnal game-A our class with Gwynedd Mercy . . . their favor . . . a 9 to 1 upset . . . always showing good sportsmanf ship . . . award winners, janet Peters, Pat Thomas, Ginny Forsyth and Dolores Monzo . . . Thank you, Mrs. Chandler. ,..... -Q -...ir ENTHUSIASTIC HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS, Julia Killmond, Patricia Grubb, joan Wheeler, Joan Williamson, Eileen Wilson, and Loretta Buckley kept team spirit high and spectators enthusiastic. THE SMILES of Varsity co-captains Pat Thomas and Betsy Reilly along with J. V. Captain Barbara Murray portray their pride in high scorers Ginny Forsyth and Dolores Monzo. ' -. X t I . X 'l 'A f 'r 1' 1 ' 1 ' XA ' ' rv - f , ' A - , iQ:-' , ' I p ,, ,QU if V j 1 .xy a 4 9 1, 1 fx 1 , s .l "' A' J l I ., w A ws .Qs 5, .1 '5 " , YWWX, ' ".'s'.9,-9 ' ' 1 FLICK, drive or scoop? All " sticks down and ready for action! X I During this practice game, the id: forward line rushes the ball but their attempt is cleverly thwarted by goalie Marcia TenBrook. . A'r4i',, ,Azad Feb. H' X, I 'XA F l aft' OUR VARSITY FORWARDS stand in readiness to regain the ball.after the jump has been taken. N 0- ' v Q E l Xi, ji "gf-9-f 1 . x '31-3 TIMELY TEAMWORK . . . dynamically charged live wires . . . symbols of skill . . . so proudly we hail Varsity co-captains, Antoinette Dalosio and Margot Whalan. AT PRESENT, Antoinette seems to be having a little difficulty with the Holy Child guard but in the end she managed to relay the ball to Ginny who in turn shot f for a basket. -lan. Holy Child Jan. Bishop Sligmiiligm jan. Alumnae ..... jan. Mt. St. joseph . Fch. Kcnrick H. S. . Feb, Ellis College ... Fch. Gwyimctlflwlcrcy Notre Dame .. Feb. 28 St. Katherine .. THE FINAL W1-llSTl.El Happy spectators, cheer- leaders, and fellow teammates form a circle around the exhausted Varsity to congratulate them on their victory and then give the opposing team a peppy, gtmtl-N-ill cheer. flare are 1244? ,iw dilyfiglil fv NN I 'iq Li! Q 15995, X' f.f2..f' wwf' Wing ' ' ' L' A' TSW 'fz-ww x""' QW Eff' MW " "W ' AW X u 41544-f fo. lwf2f"45f'A-I " f ln-ai!1.l!kN-'iv 'TW ,nn- ligne, we Xu- SPRING BRINGS THE SUNSHINE xnto the tennns court where nt spotlights these enthuslastlc members of our tennxs team, Antomette Dalonsxo, Patrlcxa Becker ulla Klllmond and Janet Purcell In their playing, our gxrls dlsplay the results of the efforts put forth nn many hours of practice The sport eluhs of Vrllx Maru Qwlmmlllfl rxelmg bowhnq ee SlilI1l1Q and irehery offer reere itlOlYll 1et1v1t1es to the glrls through out Klle year The orgun mon are 1 souree of fun and relaxatxon elurlnv lelsure hours after ehool l 1rt1e1pat1on lb open to everyone mel here 1S the eh mee tor non v1rs1ty members to eompete Ill frlenelly rlvalry The BOVVl1I1! Cluh Xxlilell meets weekly at Gehrls Boyelmq Alley rs the eenter of ALIIVIIY tor enthusllstle hovtlers Here V1lln Ivlarlans are able to perteet the1r teehnlques and raek up .1 seore of three hundred Through the Svnmmmg Cluh, wh1eh meets at Garden Court, aquatle skllls are elevelopeel, whlle a Wlllfl on the lee 1l1V1gOfHtCS the energetle skaters who meet at Chff Thaell s Iee Stueho eaeh Monday Future Rohm Hoods ean he spleel on the eampus of Vllla Ivlarla wrth the regular meetlngs ot our Arehery Club Ivlon Aml Le Chexal the Rld1llLf Cluh, lIltI'OklllLLN Us to our l'.I'lLIlLl the horse, where equestrennes gam eonhelenee anel feel at ease The LL1llTllIldtlOll of the year s vtoxk may be seen 111 the annual horse show Ill whleh many of the g41rls reeexve honors LINED UP AND READY for action on 1ce are Janet Peters, Mary Anne Smith, Carol Harrington, Mary Hamill, Larame Schxeb, and Geraldine Rafa O Q C , ' ,, -' .1 ,u,'.f,.- V, 4 fn- ,ff pq- ,' ' J ,f ,.'-' 5 ,A ' "1 it-1 qv:-1 ,nf f, ,,. 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A- rw" 4.43" , ,M - 445.1 f 4 . r S. iii' , as 4 Y! .'af4:,,e, , I l ' a 4 Aw.-U , A v 'f - .J il .sw ' - ' , H V- - -A: . sexe. : 'V ,I 4Q4' - N' J .aa , .. r H 4- wif: V7 4 4 4 1 4 'P' Lit Y Q' ' ' ' ,A , .K elk F, . -' Jig' je, i-?f"Tifg:'lf .Q W ' we 3 A ' by ,Q - , , J , N 1 A 1 - e 4 , 4 , 4, Vt' - - - - 1 4 4 . 4 . . ,WY a . - .4 4 2 - e s 4 , 4 ' ' 'e . ' 1 :Q S S ' 1 ' 4' e ' fl ' 4- e , . ' e e 7, 'q ' '. e , , b e . S . . ' I N s 1 e Q H , Q Q - e , 5 SPORTS ACTIVITIES are ably engineered by the class repre- sentatives under the guidance of Mrs. Chandler. Pictured here are: First Row: M. L. lVlcCahon, E. Sheetz, F. Connor. Second Row: V. Forsyth, E. Reilly, Mrs. Chandler, R. Belfi,' and C. White. ANNUALLY, the grounds of "Mon Ami Le Cheval" in West Chester is the scene of an exciting horse show. Interest runs high for competition is keen as the girls put their mounts through their paces. Caught in action are Barbara Browne and Geraldine Rafa Not the least interested among the spectators were the Sisters V 'UL ll Q 4 JEQW' ' 3. . 4' ' ' ' ..' 2 ' . , ' f , ml'-f , A vw. f 4-14. M' ' ' 5 g ' 500: CORSAGES FOR our Valentines! Hearts and flowers were the theme-a gala occasion when songs, dances, tea and goodies helped us celebrate the Mother-Daughter Social. Autumn, winter, spring S the social calendar carries all Villa Marians on a merry whirl. The season was off to a gay start with the Harvest Fair which attracted parents. friends. and wellfwishers to the campus. While Indian summer still hovered over the Villa, the Thanksgiving Festival provided enter' tainment for all. Snow, carols, Santa Claus, and babies enlivened the next big social eventfFamily Day. Happy Villa Marians, charged with the holiday spirit, played hostess to the Alumnae and their little ones. We were overshadowed by Santa, but it was a sparkling social success. Among ourselves, our own Christmas banquet was a lively get-together. Bleak February was warmed by the lvlother- Daughter Social held on St. Valentine Day. Attenf tive daughters provided entertainment and tea for happy mothers. This event is one of our 'iSpeeials" here at Villa lvlaria and much time and love went into the preparations for this all'important Social. Spring brought the Operetta when social relation' ships with Malvern Prep received a real lift. The Cap 'n Bonnet dance was the highlight of the season. The reactionf'f "Spring is bursting out all over!" glldydilf siflzfs. . . kasanfhashmes .mr JA' ' u ' 1 Qi Q. ...Mit -. t was .si 1 f - .jg A 5 -.f 7, biz! r. Y 13, .afar K f f- - U, if t 'A cxfeaiivv h E 'A V-aa, 1 . ae- ' , X z-Ls EILEEN, JOANNE, JANET, Betsy, Jean, and Judy enjoy the Christmas banquet when carols, fun, and food usher in the festivities of the season. fl 2 4- :T sg 4, sl K. PLENTY FOR ALL! The social side of Big and Little B' Sister Day is most informal. Picnic style is the order of the day. . . . AND A DOLL! Family Day brings Santa and the tiny tots. Able assistants to both are Mary Ann McCahon, Delia Murphy, and Anne Dunworth. "COME YE TO THE FAIRY, The Harvest Fair was colorful, bustling, lucrative, and a smashing social success. You will notice that Mardee Powell and companions are preserving that friendly spirit with the Prep! We were happy to welcome so many Sisters to Villa Maria and our parents and friends were here en masse. This Fair was a "first" but all the signs point to a repeat performance. '! I Ii 'Ill ' mb amz! maya' MMM. 3 f N.-M Q N AFTER SINGING THE FINAL STRAINS of our beloved school song, each Senior and her date gracefully glide into the lilting melody of "An Affair to Remember." Nostalgic memories of the last Christmas Formal for the class of '58 will be with us always. U This year the sparkle and glitter of the holidays was more dazzling than ever. As the seniors danced to "An Affair to Remem' her," the gleam in their eyes ciutshone the brightest star. Our young dehs, attiretl in shimmering satin, Hne silks. and rustling taffeta, danced with heads in the elouds. With all the joy and excitement of this gala evening, the strains of "Good-night, Sweetheart" eame all too soon. The prom is ended hut to the Class of 'SS it will he the "Affair to Remember." Above: Carole Wallowitch is looking forward to having a wonderful time as she is greeted by Mr. and Mrs. Reilly and Mr. and Mrs. Murphy. Below: Amateur photographers coat their polaroid memories of a happy time. AZ 5-11? THE MAGIC HOUR, ELEVEN O'CLOCKl . . . An unforget- able moment in our "Affair to Remember" . . . the grand march!!! Gay seniors and their escorts take the place of honor to promenade to the familiar tune of "Villa Maria We Love You." 1 T, , - . . . ,f . w , v. "' i- f .4 I '- it 1. , It 'I KL .1 'f r 1? Adil, 7,339 4 ln, 11' 'y- . I ' ' ' 13 ,,.- 1 , 319 ,gl 1, 5' 27 95. Af? A-we 1. HL.,-5. - X AI , ll, hujxf 141.1 ui ,., '-.95 ' i' 1. 3 f' '+R' y 'f .2 'ttf ' fr. -i f-' A ""- J us 4 'syn ' ' 'N iq ' ' as 2 ', " -'43 4 1-4 3, T2 as ailq.' 'ffl Y ' lj' Qian W-Fi ,z " " 1 ' ,-1 r 'Y ',. ,Y "DU V ,G Ira." X: V 1 r' J . 1-Ni 'V I f' is . X asf. Q 5' - late, X 'N .J Q , ' fS""w 9 , f , l . K ., .' A. 'Q lgi, .I-. il, ' ,, 2 LAST MINUTE PREPARATIONS are made as Laraine adjusts Carole's corsage while Terry takes a final reassuring glance. The starry-eyed trio are now ready and eager to join their escorts for an evening of fun and dancing. ef' s A i sf 5 SENIORS cafzzffzzzfzzfafavs af f 14 wsdafz fffazfylz' afzlhzfzfwlfs' adflfxfllglllldii fa azz zfzfegmf flzzsdafz czziwe I'he chapel lb dun sllent Hxekerlng ugxl llghts cast peaceful shadows aeross the face of a lone Villa Marxan Irom the depths of a ehxldlllte heart she prays from Hun Hns sweet lose and mercs MITILII are the greatest of my needs I am a bemor now Happy memorxes of these four swlftly passlng years are almost complete I shall never forget the comfortmg refuge of this ehapel the galety of the Prom or the dxgmtv of our blue Laps and gowns I dont know whether to thank Hlm or ask for more Nlother I am grateful and I ask you to please keep your message to Bernadette uppermost ln my mind during these commg wears Prayer and sacrxfice a plea from a mother to her chlld I haxe heard Mother and I wlll remember .1 ,' V I f I A . . ' ' 0 ' y X ,t s V - N . 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'- V . 5- - x , y. y . - , ' v v , Q , - 1 V l s - 9 . , , JV u I' 5 I 1 0 . , 9 'l ' REGINA MARIA ALEARDI 701 LINCOLN AVENLE HAwLRToxxN PA ean frrend m need blue and whrte convertlble that Seventeen ook another Sonja Henle that bird and a half Children 0 Maryl 2 3 4 Clee Clubl 2 3 4 Athletrc Assocmttonl 2 3 4 Vrrnacady 1 Sczerzce Club 2 Spanish Club 4 Commerczal Club 4 Inter class Basketball 1 3 4 Interclass Cheerleadmg 1 7 3 Bas erball uruor Varsity 2 Su rnmmg Club 3 4 Bowlmg Club 7 4 Hobby Club 4 Sub Deb Club 2 3 4 Home Econornzcs Club 3 4 PATRICIA ELIZABETH BECKER 292 COPLEY ROAD UPPER DARBY PA at brmg, xt to the Lost and Found typrng whlz kldsles Qweet Irwh la Q pamt bru hee Chudren 0 Maryl 7 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Athlettc Arsocxatzon l 7 3 4 Social Repreventatue 2 Orchestral 2 3 4 Vzrnacady 3 4 Dramatxc Club 7 3 4 Suence Club 2 Sparush Club 4 Comrnercml Club 4 Hoc ey umor Varsxty 2 3 Varsaty 4 Bas etball uruor Varsnty 7 3 Varsity 4 'Termxs Team 3 Hobby Club 4 Sub Deb Club 7 3 Mustc Lrbrarxan 1 2 3 4 Llbrary Azde 2 3 1749 GRLEN VALLEY ROAD HAVERTOWN curly lock efllcxent manager Ye Mr Chandler XIVHCIOU Qparkmg, PBYQODBIIIY Chtldren 0 Mary l 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Athletzc Awsoczatton I 2 3 4 Wllrte Team Representatwe 7 3 4 Scrence Club 7 French Club 4 Mathematxcs Club 3 4 lnterclass Hoc ey 1 7 3 4 Interclass Baiketb Il 2 3 4 Sports Manager 3 4 Bowlmg Club 2 3 4 Archery Club 1 2 Hobby Club 4 Dramatzc Club 3 President 4 FRANCESCA FAITH BERNARDO 744 WARRIOR ROAD DREXEL HILL PA Earth peedlng caddy that Ixory look carefree almlng for her H1 grrle Chtldren 0 Maryl 2 3 4 Cvlee Clubl 2 3 4 Athletrc Assocratmrn 1 I 4 Reflectxons 4 Sczence Club 7 4 Latm Club 3 Spamsh Club 4 Art Clubl 2 3 4 Mathernat1csClub3 4 Interclms Hoc ex l 7 3 4 Interclas Bas etballl 7 3 4 Swnrnmmg Club 7 4 Bowlmg Clubl 2 3 4 Archery Clubl 2 3 4 Hobby Club4 Sub Deb Club 7 3 4 Muslc Lrbrarranl 2 3 4 .. . , . , I ,YWZE ,QYZ . 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BARBARA ANN BROWNE 1434 CENTRAL AVENUE OCEAN CITY BrownIe Mommy daddy Larry trumpet vxrtuoso storm ofthe dorm future M D fun filled summer at O C Chzldren o Maryl 2 3 4 Olee Clubl 2 3 4 Athlenc Assocratzon 1 2 3 4 Leader Groupl 2 Orchestral 2 3 4 Sczence Club 2 4 Spanish Club 4 Latm Club 3 Mathematxcs Club 3 lnterclass Hoc ey 1 2 3 4 Interclass Bas etball 1 3 Rldlwg Club 1 2 3 4 Hobby Club 4 Dramatic Club 2 Musxc Lzbrarzan 1 2 3 4 Audno V1S1LdlAldC 3 4 PATRICIA ANN CABREY NEW BRITAIN ROAD AND SYCAMORE WAY DOYLESTOWN PA at 5ITlllll'lg eyes charmmg dlgnlfy versatIle hostess wxth the mostest techmque w1tl'I a test tube Chzlclren 0 Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl Z 3 4 Athletic ASSOCIGIION 1 2 3 4 Blue Team Representatwe 1 Sczence Club 2 4 Sparush Club 4 Mathe rnatzcs Club 3 4 Latm Club 3 Hoc ey jumor Varszty 2 3 Varsrty 4 Bas etball jumor Varsity 3 Interclass Bas etball 1 7 Bowlxng Club 2 Hobby Club 4 Sub Deb Club 2 3 4 IOANNE ELIZABETH CAPEK 10 MEADOWS LANE HAVEREORD PA lover of gourmet dIsl'Ies bIllIons of beaus meek and humble of heart quIet spoken Clnlclren o Nfaryl 2 3 4 Clee Clubl 2 3 4 AthletIc Assocmtwn 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 VlmdCddy 1 2 Reflectmns 4 Science Club 2 4 Spanish Club 4 Secretary 4 Ma hematlcs Club 3 4 lnterclass Hoc ey 1 2 3 4 lnterclass Bas etball 2 3 Bowlmg Club 1 2 3 4 Swlmmzng Club 1 7 Archery Club 2 3 Hobby Club 4 Sub Deb Club 2 3 4 KATHLEEN BERNADETTE CONNOR 111 SENNEIITON ROAD PAoI.I PA Katy lrterary whrz baseball enthusIast contagmus smlle aspIrIng Home EconomIst Devon Prep Cluldreno Maryl 7 3 4 Glee Clubl 7 3 4 Athletzc Assocaatzon 3 4 Leader Croup 4 Orchestra 7 3 4 Vxmacadyl 7 3 4 Edztor 4 Scrence Club 2 4 French Club 4 Preszdent 4 Mathemaucs Club 3 4 lnterclass Hoc ey 7 Hobby Club 4 A 31 .. 1 ,N.j. S... ' . .. ' f A A' ., ,Q ,Q ' ,Q ' 2 ' Q ' 1 li -li Q ' Q ",,,Q V ' ,- P .. , .. . N ,.' ' f ' " ., . 'y . ' . 4 . , ' ,Q ' .: li ' ' ,Q ' Q li ' Q2 li ,-Q ' Q 9 ,,- JO... ' ' f ,,,Qv ' " ,, ,Q ,Q ' Q ' ,Q 4 . I, . I k ,Q li ,Q A " ,'-Q ,Q 5 ,,- .' . , . f ,-,,: ,..,,: ' ."1,2, ,Q 1 Q -,,Q' ,-,,:' 1' ,Q Q ' Q ' ,Q li -Q . JUDITH ANN CRANDALL 218 BROAD STREET MALVERN, PA. udy White Team booster Carnival ueen hidden treasure at Fort Knox raxen tresses whiz on wheels Chrldren o Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Athl tzc Assocratzonl 2 3 4 Vrmacady 1 Science Club 2 French Club 4 Commercial 4 lnterclass Cheerleadzng 1 2 3 Hobby Club 4 Home Econormcs Club 3 4 Dramatzc u 1 2 3 ANTOINETTE MARIE DALOISIO WHITE HORSE ROAD R D 42 PHOENIXVILLE PA Tom court star sincere Phoenixville lass animated reader May I borrow your eraser? Children o Mary l 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Athletic Assoclatlon l 'Z 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Sczence Club 2 Spanish Club 4 Commercial Club 4 Hoc ey Iumor Varsrty 3 Interclass Hockey 2 Basketball fumor Varsity 2 3 Varsity 4 Tenrns Team 3 Archery Club 2 Hobby Club 4 MARY THl:RESF. DALY 6309 CHESTER AVENUE PHILADELPHIA PA Mary expressive eyes sweet and lovely Initiative symbol Of her office loyal friend Chzldren o Mary 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Athl tic Associatron 1 2 3 4 Leader Group 4 Re ectlons 4 Co Edltor 4 Sczence Club 2 French Club 4 Commerc1alClub4 Interclass Hoc ev Z 3 Bowling Club 2 3 4 Swzmrmng Club 2 3 Archery Club 2 3 Hobby Club 4 Sub Deb Club 2 3 4 Dramatic Clu 34 DOLORES MARIE DIFULGO 445 VJARWICK ROAD WYNNEWOOD PA Lori dances at St Alices Filius Bonner fan long lashes eats like a bird Children 0 Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Club! 2 3 4 Athl nc Assoczatzortl 2 3 4 Sczence Club 2 Spanish Club 4 Commercial Club 4 lnterclass Basbetball 2 Bowlmg Club 2 3 4 Swzmmmg Club 2 3 4 Hobby Club r . I lp. ,, ,,, , ,, Clb,,,4. kt . Y! f ,,,: ,.,: ,, ,li , , ,, , , , - . ,. ' . . 0' " 1331 yt!! V Y! ,, .fl , , - : : -li,,, ,L ,, , ,,, b,. f,,,.,: ,..,. V .. , ,,, ,,, - KATHLEEN MARGARET GAVIGAN 3772 SCHOOL LANE NEWTOWN SQUARE PA Kathne subtle humor dreamy eyes casual clothes beauty and brams trustworth Y Chrldren o Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Club I 2 3 4 Athl txc Assoclatwrtl 2 3 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 Vrmacady 2 3 4 Page Ed1tor4 Sczence Club 2 4 Spamsh Club 4 Latm Club 3 4 Mathematzcs Club 3 Interclass Hoc ey 3 Interclass Bas etball 1 2 3 Swxrnmmg Club 2 Hobby Club 4 Sub Deb Club ANNE ELIZABETH DUNWORTH 1338 SHERIDAN STREET, N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. Annie . . . friend of the class . . . "M1lk money, please" . . . born leader . . . Singefs only competition . . . efhcient. Children o Mary 2 3 4' Glee Club 2 3 4A Athletic Association 2 3 4' Leader Group 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 4 Whtte Team Representative 2 Captam 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Vmmacady 4 Scuerzce Club 2 French Club 4 Hoc ey lumor Varsity 3 Varszty 4 Irlterclass Basketball 2 3 4 Hobby Club 4 Home Econormcs Club 3 4 Dramatzc Club 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 4 MARGARET FRANCES GRINNAN 707 CRICKET AVENLE ARDMORE PA Peggy welcome addltnon m schnevous becomlng blush freckles Clnldrert 0 Mary 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Athletic Assocxattorl 3 4 Sclence Club 4 Sparush Club 4 Latm Club 3 Mathematzcs Club 3 4 Bowlmg Club 3 4 Archery Club 4 Hobby Club 4 PATRICIA ANNE GRUBB 7300 SIETEEETH PLACE HYATTsv11.x.E MD a goldy locks staunch Blue Teamer dependable lnltmg soprano Southerner Chxldren of Marv 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Alhletxc Assocxatxon 2 3 4 Leader Group Blue Team Representatxue 3 4 Re ectlons 4 Scxence Club 2 4 Spamsh Club 4 Mathematxcs Club 3 I-nterclass Hockey 4 Hoc ev Cheerleader 4 Interclass Bas etball Cheerleader 2 3 Rxdmg Club 2 Archery Club '7 Hobby Club 4 Home Econormcs Club 3 4 Audio Visual Aude 3 3 4 Lxbrary Azde 2 3 4 Dramatxc Club 2 3 4 ,. ' : W !Y !! I ' . ' '41, .. nv yan: vs: I ,Z . ,z , k,4, li , , 2,3,4. ,. f ,. ,. ,. , , , ,, ,, , . , ,all 1 ,. ' YH 1 'YYY ,., ,,- MARY VIRGINIA HALL RUSTIC LANE MALVERN. PA. Ginny . . . "Kean" gatherings . . . Immaculata bound . . . roaring Buick , . . "Well, you know" . . . peppy. Children of Mary 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Vimacady I, 2, 3: Reflections 4: Science Club 2, 41 French Club 45 Mathematlcs Club 3 4 Interclass Hoc ey 1 Interclass Bas etball 7 Interclass Cheerleading 2 3 4 Hobby Club 4 Home Economtcs Club 3 4 Dramatic Clu 1 2 3 4 Archery Clubl 2 MARY FRANCES HAMILL 4401 UNIVERSITY Diuvn CORAL CABLES FLA Mari bound for Florida State Southern accent ense of humor ohnny Mathis fan newcomer Chzldren 0 Marx 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Athletic Assocxatxon 3 4 Spanish Club 4 Commercxal Club 4 Hobby Club 4 BEATRICE ELIZABETH HARKINS KING ROAD IMMACLLATA PA Betty twelve year Villa Marian Irish colleen basketball star corner drugstore pleasing personality Children 0 Mary I 7 3 4 Clee Club 1 7 3 4 Athletzc Assoczatton 1 2 3 4 Re ectzons 4 Sctence Club 2 French Club 4 Commercial Club 4 Inter Varsity 3 4 Hobby Club 4 Archery Club 2 Home Economzcs Club 3 4 -an--ff' -u-gr CAROLYN ANNE HARRINGTON S29 PENN AVENLE DRPxrL HILL PA Carol infectiou smile I-Iaxe a life saxer catnaps ato supporter Today is dues day Chxldren o Mary 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Athletu Assocxatton 2 3 4 Vlmacady 3 4 Reflections 4 Science Club 7 French Club 4 Mathematics Club 7 Cornmercnal Club 4 lrtterclass Hoc ev 2 3 4 Intcrclass Bas etball 2 3 4 Hobby Club4 Dramatic Club 2 3 4 Lxbrary Atde 2 3 Aucl1oV1sual A e 2 3 Q , 1 li' 1 .v lg -1 H. lv , , , Q , , Q l l i l l fu 2 ., 2 ' ' A , g ' f , any s 1 ' i-l , l A I A y y , 2 fl ' : 9 1 ' 1 - class Hockey l, 2, 3, 4: lnterclass Basketball lg Basketball junior Varsity 2, I f I " .,: A -1 ' : . ku, , 5 -A lt ' id , . SUSANNE MARIE HOLDEN 4 MLLMRRY LAM INrwTov.N Sommn PA uc Whew Llothes consuous mu ual ablllty slow poke oft llght Chzldren of Mary l 2 3 4 Nfumc Leader 4 Munc Representatwe l 2 3 Cee Club l 4 Orchest 2 3 4 Vrrnacad 3 4 Art E 1 Dramaru Club 3 4 Saence Club 2 4 French Club 4 Mathemancs Club 3 Athlernc Assoczatxon l 7 3 4 lrxterclasi H c ex 7 Sub Deb Club 7 3 4 V1LEPT6S!dEHI 3 Preszdenr 4 Swxmmmg Club 1 Hobby Club 4 Musxc Lxbrarmn 3 4 1 az 'S in vlveliv 539 sw CAROL AINN HOLMES 104 Rockxx oor: Rom New TOWN SQLARE PA Carol gracmu bxg hearted Sllence m the library genteel asplrlnf, secretary Chxldren of Marx 1 7, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 7, 3, 4 Orchestra 3, 4 Athletic Assocxatxon l 7 3, 4 Spamsh Club 4 Secrelarxal Club 4 lnterclasv Hockey l, Sclcnce Club 7, Sub Deb 7, 3, 4, Lxbrary Aude 2, 3, 4, Hobby Club 3, 4 AFTER TRADITIONAL Daxsy Cham ceremonies the juniors form a dlgmhed guard of honor for the seniors as they proceed across the west lawn to the cafeterxa where the graduatmg class will enjoy their Senior Breakfast . ,- V , , , . ...s S. fl .Z. 3, 1 . ra ,., 1 y 2, . g dtor 4, '. 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Children of Mary 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Virnacady 2, 3, 44 Page Editor 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Latin Club 31 Spanish Club 4g President 4g Science Club 2 4: Archery Club 2 3 4- President 3 4- Interclass Hoc ey 7 3 4 Interclass Bas etballl 2 3 Bowlzng Club 2 3 Athletxc Assoczatxon 1 2 3 4 Swzmmmg Club 2 3 Mathematzcs Club3 Ca eterra AIde 4 Lrbrary Aide 1 Sub Deb Club 2 3 4 Hobby Club 4 JEANNINE GAIL KUNZ 5620 N WASHINGTON BOULEVARD ARLINGTON 5 VA eannme book worm Don t forget your overdue books demure perks up homeroom rebe Chxldren of Mary 2 3 4 Leader Group3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Athletrc Assocratxon 2 3 4 lnterclass Cheerleadmg 4 Scxence Club 2 4 French Club 4 Ltbrary Arde 2 3 4 MARGARET ROSE LITKA 1212 CAMPWOOD ROAD PHOENIXVILLE PA Peggy dry humor top notch reporter farthful trombonrst blg brown eyes slow but sure Cluldren 0 Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Vzmacadyl 2 3 4 Sports Edxtor 3 Page Eclxtor 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Archery 1 Rndrng Club 3 4 Spamsh Club 4 Athleuc Assocmtuon 1 2 3 4 Hobby Club 4 Scrence Club 2 Secretarxal Club 4 BEATRICE JOAN MANIS 379 E CHESTNUT STREET COATESVILLE PA ea sophrstrcated campus deb Mrss O C B P persevenng essence of good manners Chxldreno Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Vtmacadyl Dramatzc Club 1 2 Hobby Club 4 French Club 4 Scxence Club 2 4 Art Club 1 Athletrc Assncxatxon 1 7 3 4 Archery Clubl 2 3 lnterclass Hoc ey3 4 Interclass Bas etballl 2 3 4 Varsxty Cheerleadtng 2 3 4 'd"" DOLORES ANNE MCSHEA 1604 MARKLEY STREET NORRISTOWN PA Dee What dnd you say7 travels wxth Aeneus Parvm s drug store efty loya Children of Mary 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Blue Team Representatwe 1 Vxmacadyl 2 3 4 V1macady Business Manager 4 Dramatxcs 3 4 Athletzc Assocxanon 1 2 3 4 Rxdmg Club 2 3 Archery Club 2 lnterclass Hoc ey 1 3 lnterclass Bas etball 1 2 Interclass Cheerleader 4 Mathematics Club 3 Science Club 2 4 Latm Club 3 4 Sub Deb Club 2 3 4 Cafeteria Aide 4 Hobby Club 4 DELIA ANN THERESA MURPHY 7213 SELLERS AVENUE UPPER DARBY PA Dee Emlly Posts asslstant Auntle meticulous excxtable consclentxous president Chxldreno Maryl 2 3 4 Leader Gr0up3 4 Presxdent 4 Blue Team Repre sentatwe 2 Captam 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Dramancs 3 4 Science Club 2 Latin Club 3 Mathematxcs Club 3 4 Bowling Club 3 Swzmmmg Club 2 French Club 4 Athletzc Assoczatxon 1 2 3 4 lnterclass Hoc ey 1 2 3 4 Interclass Bas etball 1 2 3 4 Hobby Club 4 Club 4 .,,. , l YY!!y ,, , . .. . .. . .. ,,,, ,,,. , ,,,,, . ,. ,, li ,, . , ,, ,, ,ll , , . . . . .. . . 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MARY ANNE ELIZABETH McCAHON 760 LARCHWOOD AVENUE UPPER DARBY PA McCooch true frxend never a dull moment dependable fullback Aunt Polly Ro s big sxster Chzldren ofMary1 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Reflectlons 4 French Club 4 Secretary French Club 4 Athletxc Assoczatuon 1 2 3 4 Bowlmg Club 1 2 3 4 Suxmmmg Clubl 2 3 4 Hoc ey Varsuy 2 3 4 Captain 3 Science Club 2 4 Mathematxcs Club 3 Cafeterxa Azde 4 Hobby Club 4 JEAN ANN MURPHY 2436 LINDEN DRIVE HAVERTOWN PA Jean good memory Are we havmg practxce today" Villanova rooter Angel style with a golf club Chzldren o Mary 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Dramatzcs 3 4 French Club 4 Secretanal Club 4 An Club 2 3 4 Sub Deb Club 2 3 4 Athletxc Assocnatnon I 2 3 4 Interclass Hoc ev 1 2 3 4 lnterclass Bas etball 1 2 3 4 Archery Club 2 3 4 Science Club 2 Swnmmmg Club 2 3 Hobby f"'Q CAROL ANNE NEMETZ 146 ACADEMY LANE HICHLALD PAM PA Carol petxte mlss Caddlea Hedda Hopper PMC fan Qoplmtxeated Chxldren 0 Maryl 7 3 4 Glee Clubl 7 3 4 Vxmxcady 4 Busxnesslvlana ger 4 Dramatics 2 3 4 Swtmrmng Club 3 4 Sub Deb Club 2 3 4 Athletu Assoczataon 1 2 3 4 lnterclasi Cheerleader 3 4 Scrence Club 7 Secretarmal Club 4 Spanish Club 4 Lrbrary A1de 1 Home Econormcs Club 3 Art Club 3 Hobby Club 4 FRANCE IEANNE PAZERY RD .ffl PHOENIXVILLE PA France Parle vous FFBDCHIS7 charming smlle Peggy write me a letter sllm and trmm Children o Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 7 3 4 French Club 4 Secretarlal Club 4 Scxence Club 2 Athletu: ASSOCIGIIOTI 1 2 3 4 lnterclasi Basketball 1 Archery Club 1 2 Hobby Club 4 KATHLEEN DOLORES PEDANO 104 N WOODLANAN AVENLE ALDAN PA fi. 405 Kathy beautlful blue eyes favors a certain Owl generous handy at hockey loves to eat Chtldren o Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Scxence Club 2 4 Spamsh Club 4 Athletxc Assoctatxon 1 2 3 4 Hoc ey Varstty 1 2 3 4 Sub Deb Club 2 3 4 Hobby Club 4 JANET SUSAN PETERS 253 NEWPORTVILLE ROAD CROYDON PA Pete She s yuat George sleepmg beauty food food food cheery smxle rhythmed feet Children of Mary 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra Z, 3 4 Dramatxcv 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 4, Scxence Club 2, 4 Art Club 1, 2 Sub Deb Club 2, 3, 4 Athlenc Assocmtmn 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Varsxty 2, 3, 4 Varnty Cheer leader 7, 3, 4, lnterclass Cheerleader 1, Hockey 1 Basketball 7, 3 Rxdmg Club 1, 2, 3, Lxbrary Axde 1, Hobby Club 4 CATHERINE THERESA POORE VALLI:X' Forma GOLF CLVB KING or PRLJSSIA. PA. Terry . . . golf enthusiast . . . "lt's so nice!" . . . megaphone miss . . . "Poor Catherine" . . . honey colored tresses. p lclren Marx l 3 b Sparush Club 4 Secretarzal Club 4 Sub Deb u 2 3 Ar lub 7 Azhlezzc Awxocxatmn l 7 3 4 Hoc ey Varst 2 3 4 Varmy Cheerleader 7 3 4 Interclass Bas ezball I 7 Archerx Club 3 Scxerlce Club 7 Hobby Club 4 :bury 1"""'D JANET MARGARET PURCELL S33 Rose STREET YLADON PA PCYCI partner In dorm crlmee smcere French horn sap happy contmental accent :dren of Marv 1 2 3 4 Glee Club l Vxmacady 3 4 French Club 4 Sclence Club 2 Mathematzcv Club 3 Ca eLerIa Axde 4 Art Club 3 Athletzc Asocxatzon 1 7 3 4 Archery Club 7 3 4 Bowlmg Club 2 3 GERALDINE BARBARA RAFA 7829 BROCIXLEHLRST STREET PHILADELPHIA PA Gerry P0136 plus Valley Forge MIlItary Academy traxghtforward helpmg hand Rapunzel zdreno Ma-rvl 7 3 4 GleClubl 7 Dramatlcs 1 7 4 Scxeme Club 2 4 Mathemalxcs Club 3 Lxbrary Aude 1 7 3 4 Vrsual Axde Z 3 AthletIcAsAoc1at1on 1 2 3 4 lrnerclass Cheerleader 1 7 3 4 RxdmgClub1 7 Hobby Club 4 ELIZABETH ANNE REILLY 775 SAINT LALRLMI ROAD UPPLA DARBY PA Betsy Sports mxnded Alfalfa jovxal artlculate the laugh Chzldrerl cr lklarv l 7 3 4 Alhlem Assocxatmn Leader 4 Representatnve 3 Blue Team Representazue 7 3 Glee Club 1 7 3 4 Re ectxons Co eduor 4 Scxence Club 7 4 Home Ecormmus Club 3 Lazm Club 3 4 Presnclent 3 French Club 4 Marhematnu Club 3 Azhletxc Asvocxatzon 1 7 3 4 lnzerclass Bas etball 7 4 Baslqelball Xarmx 3 Hoc ey Varmv 7 3 4 Co capzam 4 Suxmmm Club 3 4 Bowlmg, Club 7 3 Sub Deb Club 2 3 Hobby Club 4 Chl of 1' , 2, .. 4: Glee Clu 1, Z, 3. 41 Dramalics l, Z, 3, 4: .' 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" ' 1 ' .1 ' -, 1 .-, , 1 fl f 1 A -. 1 ' . 1' .1 lg . , .., ., : ' : ' S , S ' -r 1 y 1 - MARGARET JANE ROCHE 415 Mmm Lum: ROAD BROOMALL PA Peggy lexel headed luxe Trxg always smxlxng neatness per omfled Yee Teacher' Chxldren 0 Marxl 7 3 4 Glee Clubl 7 3 4 Orchestra3 4 Latm Club 3 Spamsh Club 4 Science Club 7 4 Mathematxcs Club 3 Athleuc Assocl anon 1 2 3 4 lnterclass Bas erball 1 2 Sub Deb Club 2 3 4 Hobby Club 4 1 LARAINE ANN SCHEIB 400 RIDLEY Avenue FOLSOM PA s cutxe reserved hmgh on the Deans Lxst clever halr tyllst pen pal Chxldren o Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Vxmacaclx 3 4 Athletic Assocumon 1 2 3 4 Soence Club 2 Spamsh Club 4 Secretaraal Club 4 Ca eterm Azde 4 Hobbg Club 4 MARX ANNE SMITH 1134 HIGH STREET POTTSTOXXN Smntty So what happened" the grapevme wardrobell class wit pleaung personallty Ch1 dren o Maryl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 7 3 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 Da matzcs 2 3 4 French Club 4 Sc1ence Club 2 4 Vxmacady 1 2 Athlctxc Assocmtmnl 7 3 4 Rcpresemarxvcl 7 lnterclass Bas ctball l 2 Inter class Hoc ey l 4 Hockev Varsxtv 7 3 Bas ezball Varsity 3 Archery Club 7 3 Rlclmg Clubl 7 3 4 Swxmmmg Club 7 3 Bowling Club 7 Hobby Club 4 . . ,. 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I V , 1 ,PA. 1 f .-,,. ,,,.r .,l I .1 yy .. ,.,.. .-. k .. li -1 . .-,-1 li -1 1.-, . ,-, , . -, - -,3, 'G MARY MARCIA THERESA TENBROOK 1419 S GLEBE ROAD ARLINGTDXI 4 VA Marsh candid Y all Im exerybody buddy animated Southern Belle Children o Marv 2 4 Leader Group 3 Glee Club 7 3 4 Orchesta 7 3 4 Spanish Club 4 Secretarial Club 4 Science Club 7 Athletic Associa tion 2 3 4 Bas etball Varsity 7 Hoc ey Varsity 4 Interclass Bas etball 3 Interclass Hoc ey 2 3 Hobby Club 4 PATRICIA MARIE THOMAS 1851 WYNNWOOD ROAD PHILADELPHIA 31 PA a naive Dodie capable co captain camera enthusiast remember hockey camp Chilclreno Maryl 2 3 4 CvleeClub1 2 3 4 Dramatics 2 3 4 Spanish Club 4 Home Economics Club 3 Secretarial Club 4 Science Club 2 Art Club 1 2 Athletic Association 1 2 3 4 Hoc ey Varsity 3 4 Co captain 4 Archery Club 2 Bowling Club 1 Hobby Club 4 ANNE IEAN TRUSKEY PAOLIIDARBY AND WAYNESBOROUFH ROADS PAOLI PA. eanne . . . sweet and sociable . . . HY giene , . . equilibrium-especiallyin class subjects . . . wellfgoomed. Children of Mary 1, 2, 3 43 Leader Group 1, 25 Glee Club 1 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, 45 French Club 4, Sceince Club 2, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 45 Interclass Basketball 3, Sub Deb Club 2, 3, 4g Hobby Club 4. CAROLE ANN WALLOWITCH 2415 FITZGERALD STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. Wally . . . talented pianist . . . snazzy specs . . . auntie . . . cheers the Hghting Irish . . . striking. Children of Mary 1, 2, 3, 43 Music Representative l, 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Dramatics 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 41 Science Club 2, 4: Sub Deb Club 2, 3, 4, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 41 Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Archery Club 1, 2, 3, Swimming Club 1, 2g Hobby Club 4. RITA MARY WALSH 220 Lowiufs LANE ROSIEMONT, PA. Reetzie . . . SpanishfAmerican lovefclieapcr by the dozen . . . "Villanova" . . . fetching personality . . . mistress of the pen. Children o Marxl 7 1 4 Glee Clubl 1 4 Virnac dx l 7 1 4 Sbavrl Club 4 Sczence Club 4 Latin Club 1 Matliemattcv Club 1 4 Lzbrarv Atdel 7 Sub Deb Club 7 1 4 Athletzc Absoctation 1 7 1 4 Bottling Club 7 Ca eterza Atde 4 Hobby Club 4 MARGOT FRANCES WHALEN 106 SHLLBOL nur ROAD MANGA HAw1ERTovniw PA Margie T ie girl ru ' cool calm and collected young cxecutixe button no e true friend idren of Marv 1 7 1 4 Clee Club 1 7 1 4 Orch ra 7 1 4 Mu Librarian 1 4 Ytmacadx 4 Dramatic Club I 7 1 4 French 4 Sctence Club Sth Deb Club 7 1 4 Athletzf Assotiation 1 7 1 4 B tball 7 1 Interclass Hoc ex l 7 1 Suzmmunb Club 1 4 Bottling 3 4 Ca ezerta Aide 4 Hobby Club 4 EILEEN MARY WILSON 75 Lnxnisinc ii AwixLL BROONAALL PA ocial wliiil Cl ildren 0 Marx l 7 1 4 Clec Clubl 7 3 4 Xnnacady 7 3 4 Dramatic Club 1 4 Fwenth Club 1 4 Atlilettc Aisociatmn 1 7 3 4 Intertlass Hoc ex 7 1 4 Suzmmmy, Clu 1 4 Cheerleadng 4 Su Deb Club 7 1 Hubbg Club 4 FLOREINCE AINNE WOLFINGTON 777 CAMINO Roxio PALM SPRINKQ CALIIORNIA Nancv U C L K Bonner booster pcuchei and crewin complexion .inns to plea e fixoiite pi time partie tdren oj Mary 1 7 1 4 Clee Club 1 1 O thextra l 1 4 Frei t Cu, 1 4 Sec etarzal Club 4 Art Club l Atliletu A so tation l 1 4 s etballl 7 1 4 I t l Hoc x I 1 4 Boulmt Clrb 1 Su ming Club 1 4 Hobby Club 4 f j .-,.,: .2,..: aj ,..,..: 151 . 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Nfl' A' x - V-, x, ' 1 4.1. --,I 'N' ., W Y .K ,5 . 1. b J41'.l,' VH- f' - . Q. ,f 1 . I .-1 A '- . ' ,f - , h. 3- - - ,- . 5 -. 1 f , . L' V5.0--?'f'3:. .-::'mx",,-,..'3-,-f'i,-mg. xwm T", ' lg. 4-f , W.. hir THE LONG BLUE LINE files into the Activities Building to receive hard-won diplomas. Persevering effort has been crowned with success. It is graduation day-a time of achievement and a time of commencement. Graduation . . . a diploma . . . an inheritance . . . the priceless possession of faith in our hearts . . . the inspiration of Mary in ideals, in deeds . . . the full realizaf tion of our innate dignity as individuals and as women . . . knowledge and skills . . . prepared to give :ealously in the vocation of our choice. . .aware of the moral, educational, and inspirational responsibilities our role entails . . . gratitude . . . parents, priests, dear Sisters . , farewell . . . stu- dents here no longer . . . Villa Marians always! llllnupg.. THE REVEREND FRANCIS L. DENNIS, O.S.A. istandingl, conferred the diplomas and the Right Reverend Monsignor Joseph G. Cox fseatedl, delivered the Commencement Address. In the dignity of academic caps and gowns, departing seniors, under the ever-loving protection of Mary Immaculate, receive the reward of scholastic accomplishment. ANOTHER MILESTONE has been passed and the road ahead offers many opportunities. There are worlds to conquer and our confident gradu- ates feel ready to meet and overcome any and all obstacles to success. .8 .Q SISTER REGINA JOANNE CClass of ,543 has chosen the active life of the apostolate to train youth, while Sister Marie Francis of the Infant jesus, O.C. lClass of '38J aids this active ministry by her life of seclusion and contemplation. IN SELFLESS SERVICE of the sick, Patricia Henry Gorell fClass of '465 and joan Henry Connor iClass of 'SZJ expend their time and energies. x vf L IAR 'fl N THE BUSY ofhce of UNIVAC is Marguerite Babcock's fClass of ,577 sphere of influence. THE PUBLIC RELATIONS Department of Strawbridge and Clothier affords Patricia Clarkson lClass of 'SSD the opportunity to advise our Sub-Deb Club. -was t it Q t 1,-v' t,,iE' vt 'K x., ef 1 PF X fe! Wm Mikie fglwe mm. " Post grlduite diy are the test of the feuth the Miryllke 1dLals the C lfl1Ollx, hte that L mnot fl0ur1 h uule s yylterul hy prlyer md pruned by saemhe Vklllell Llllllllllltl, our hh 111 Vllli Mar11 We pomt yuth eo11f1dLme to memher of our llumnle illllllllga examples of the Chnst hte through Mxry who have brought to thur ehosen VOx.3f1OI'lb hands ready for QCTVILL mmds md hurts Lnrmhed hy thur Cathohe her1t1g,e M1y We who 111 prepired to follow them 11 o vy llk hmd 111 hmd vuth Chrlst and H15 Immaeulate Mother Mary X ...J Y bwxxx .arf X ,fav GLORIA WEBER lClass of 533 does not confine her work to the three Rs She finds here a ferule field to sow those Chrlsuan ldeals wluch her own l1fe portrays so well Qs, EILEEN AGNES LYNCH lClass of 483 brxngs to her vocatlon a conscnousness of her respons1b1l1t1es and an awareness of the sacred trust that IS hers CHARLOTTE TOWNSEND HOFFNER lClass of 537 SOIICIIS Mary s maternal blessmg on her wedded l1fe 95 N1 , E 'Q , L ,SK , , s- , N I , , ,, .t , k . s f -E 5 ,S ,Z s x v 2 ,s I y , -f - -C, ' V v N x 5 2 V iv w ' v ' x -N, 'u I S 1 Z xi N I l 7 ' 1 s 'Q wi w x - I rw 1 5 7 . v - 2 it - , - s , . 2 . y , 2, 1 ,, , Z , X 1 , , N V 1 . - V I I Y , . 1. b 'Q Q 1 ' ' ' , . . , . 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