Villa Victoria Academy - Memories Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)

 - Class of 1959

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M.P.F., B.A. M My Wie wi! of ewffwka Sister Coricvttu Latina, Sish-r Anita Sihilin, Sister Elvira DiC0rh0, M,l',lf'., B.A. M.P.F., B.A. M.P.F., B.A. 4 1 ...if.. . , 4 , ,... ,. S gif? slr 31 1 if 5 , 2 Reverend Mother Carolina Ionata, M.P.F., MuS.D. Provincial, President Sister Mary Cannela Pagano, M.P.F., M.S. Principal Sister Mary Dolores Fcrrecchia, Mrs, F. Weiner, B.A. Madame Brigitte Parnell M.P.F., B.A. 5 1944-First concert given we at the Buildin g. W a r Memorial WV' se vice 1953-Sr. Elizabeth with four of her outstanding pupils, Roselln Fio- relli, Canclicla Pillai, now studying in Florence Italy, joan Dorety and 1954 - Annual television show. Mary Catherine Ahern. 1957-Congressman Frank Thomp- son, Ir. presents Sr, Elizabeth with a copy of the Congressional Record containing an article praising Sr. Elizabeth and the Villa choir. YQ' W :K V. 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Your actions have N' been a shining example of a life of simplicity and beauty, a life livecl only for the honor and glory of God. We admire you. and we thank you for the kindness and interest you have always shown us, as a class and as inclivicluals. Nlay God reward you, Sister, and bless your every effort. at Villa Victoifia fi t i , ,. l Sr. Elizabeth cuts her jubilee cake at a luncheon given Sr. Elizabeth plays her Mass in honor of Our in her honor by tlu' Victorians. Latly of Victory for Licia Albanese of the Metro- politan Opera Company. , xgzigpu. .- 5 . Q..wgg1,,,,,,.L5::n4,v,g ..,f , x, 1 .?1,,gi3 L.si4..X,.fm3ng.5gg:,i3. . , ' x, , " fi 4 , 5 4 a w- ' - 2 , s 'lg as :fs - N . I ' 2 1 ' 1 -' ,W - if, u ., 42535 . , i f ' f MIQW1 W 1,5 ,gg.f,V:, . K F ,, 1 my L,, 3 Lf ' Pg AW ' it f , ,,, 5, mfg F - .2., . P Q V-.nf . , Y i f i .,.,,' Q A191 K? . 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X ,5- M-wvwses' I 5"5'w-12,1 Y 24. A ' 3 'iii-fi3'5,f2 . QQ Q1Qi?Z".E p .L Rollzmde Aue Carefree spirit . . . energetic worker . . . Hair for dramatics . stage hand . . . Biblr- quotes . . . loads of fun . . . Phileas Fogg . I-irst year of piano studies . . . those crazy dentist appointments . Hi, Priscilla! Victorian Club 3, 4, Sodality 3, 4g C.S.M.C. 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Forum Club Intrgmiirals 3, 45 Hockey 3, 4. . hx . A v , iw 4 ,,.w, N, rw ' x . N R ' mwah -my is-wk' '- . R vzs a,4mQ1lE 4'.2, A mn I I . its f ,. ,, My , Q ' J .Ji ., 4, 1 , , .,,, il, ss 'ff '- -- .... 'JE f V wr - Y ,f MS-?c.,,:. f ,,.i.,,,,l,. ,.mAm, Q, , M I fig, I mul is , V Q A A in H ga ,. , za. i-,2f ,W it P A V - ' . ,M . ., . ,, . I ,,, K I 1. . -a r e wk, i 5 VTW A h Wm MMQWJM aww in H W' -.' .1 1 I I . ,... , MW K .... I W Yo ,,-Qfe't.i"x"f'l3tEW?5"f'frHQ, f . U bev- -W-0 Wi ' ' ' ,..., M, ,I 'J' 1 -f -. y i i up - 4t"tigu'f'f""' if W 'X ' sity Susan Backes Camay complexion . . . unruffled manner ,. . . graceful hands . . . gentle tones .. . . quiet in school, but . . . '57 Pontiac . . . "Barretts anyone? . . . history enthusiast . . . kinship with Princeton . . . Bose- mont in September. victorian Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Soclality 2, 3, 4, c.s.M.c. 1, 2, 3, 4, cfm 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 25 Photo Science 1, 2, 3, 4, "Les Quarantes Immortellesv 35 Sec- retary 3g Recruiters 1, 2, "Echo" 2, Reporter 2, Intramurals 2, Volleyball 25 Senior Discussion Group -4. '-4- A dl JI, ziv1,T,,w , A ,, up rig? X ,, 5, 2 , , , V s,3j,1W,q,gy41:1, ,,,1.f . ,, Www M 1 if ,ff 2 ' 4 .,..,,,,.,,. , NjT,1MffiQ: 1 N P p p ,X XX s I "Q A T "" 2, "i'ss"N'Q-M ..4w"f"""" E 1 WY N ,, ,js I A L First, ff rf, X i r t b 'R 1, . it f x ' 1 , 1 4 3. ,ff ff ,ffl , 2? ' ,, ' , 4 2 V3 ff 2 f 1 at 2 f ' ' X '3 M., ,Wy-V-1"""":HX,1'!g Barbara Barlow Serious moments . . . semper fidelis . . . ready, willing and able . . . latest fashions . . . bells, phones, messages . . . the car thatis al- ways in demand . . .those big pocketbooks . . . modern jazz . . . quick French twist . . . off to Notre Dame. Victorian Club 2, 3, 4, Sodality 2, 3, 4, C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Forum Club 2, 3, 4, Recruiters 2, Victorian Staff 4, Business Manager 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, "A Sodalist Speaksv 3, 4, Ballet 2, 3, 4. 3 Q , orotby zmtwell Artlent reauler. . . all encom assin friendshi . . . intensel WIKI Y . . . quiet . . . record collection . . . ingenious . . . crossword puzzle fan . . . current events winner . . "schemes" . . . off to Riders. Victorian Clulm 1, 2, 3, 4, Soclulity 1, 2, 3, 44 C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4g Choir 1, Z, U, 4, Class Treasurer 53, Forum Club 1, 2, 3, "Les Quuruntcs lnunortcllesl' 3, Recruiters 1, 2, Senior Discussion Group 4. nl -1 rw, -- "'w.. ,, it , I I , A 4' , 555, ,xr W 'fr ,. Z , A55 ,Q A Nfffi f'.i M ., ..,f .... - if f- 1 f X " . V 'W - TW ff"f1.i'g' arf, --t., E1 ffl , - MWWW:-1 1. , ' 3 , , ' , V - ' 1 4 M" 1 fl 'YY' f" W V1 ' 'fwmsm A 1 li h 1 ' -if fl C f 2 1 R, Qt, f , Q f ' w 2 A 1 A 1 A g fs 1 ' fi 1 M w is , f 1, f ff 'ff' 1 -f ' ff 1 . MW- fs, ,ff r' S wc. ,, . omme Cmfclelm Arclent interest in people and things . . . comedienne . . . magnetic personality . . . T. C.'s social meetings . . . irrepressible enthusiasm . . . Miss Arnold Constable . . , concert soloist . . . "WVhat was the French about lust night?" . . . 'KI-luwkn fun . . . off to Chestnut Hill. Victorian Club 1, 2, 53. 4, Suclulity l, 2. 3, 41 C.S.M.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Social Clmirumn 4, Forum Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Recruiters 1, 2, -Quauuntcs linmorutcllc-s" 3, Intraunurals 1, 2, 3. 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Hockey 4, Balslcetbull 3, 4, Senior Discussion Group 4, Soloist 3, 4. ,,,,,.l ,'tt I -. A ,X ,.,,, in ' M , ,.,,l '.,. sf' A .MN '.., at ,nfsf , if -' ' 'I we V x f" 2' - My , f 'I6 A fzzciitb Comentino Typical niusician . . . flashes of temperament . . . blue eyes and hlushes . . . loves hoarding . . . forever hungry . . . picture hats . . . always lah -... K'Lunky,' . . . that high voice . . "VVh0 me?,' . "Dizzy Fingers." Victorian Clulm I. 2, 3, 45 Soclality 1, 2, 3, 44 Vice Prefect 35 Prefect 44 C.S.Xl.C. 1. 2. 3. 44 Choir 1, 2, 44 Student Council 44 Forum Club 15 Treasurer lg Rvcruitf-rs I, 2: Secretary 21 "Les Qunruntes linmortellcsv 35 National Honor Sovivly 53. -1: "Ee-lm" 4g Religious Editor 41 Via-torinn 4g Ass't'Edi't0r1,,45 Intra- murals l. 2, 5, :lg Yolliiynldilll l, 2, 33 Hockey 3, 4g Bz1k0tillSzi'llv.2, Soglfilief 3 Spmnkun 3. 41: liclitor kl.5L,.ACCUl'i1171llllSt 1, 2, 3, 44 liinno Soloist X,uuLh A H I Q bg Elaine Dotter Best athlete . . . math enthusiast . . . career girl . . . Willing typ- ist . . . warmth and wit . . . unit meetings . . . unassuming . . Carols twin . . . Philadelphia . . . knitting. Victorian Club l, 2, 3, 4g Soclality 1, 2, 3, 44 C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 4g Photo Science 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Recruiters 1, 2, Victorian 4, Pliotogruplier 4, Intraunurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, "A Soclulisrt Speuksl' 3, 4, Senior Discussion Group 4g Ballet 2. 2 il M 't'i N"t - ., ,i,., gfmxmitf Y"i""' -rb' ' L'4-"'t' . ,..., 'S+2ls-Mfr' - .. Vmsvw-fv 'gf WM mo! H0019 Spritely charm . . . gentle geniality . . . soft fluffy coiffures . . . T. Cfc Queen of the Hop . . . good driver . . . Elaine,s twin . . . "Stardust, . . . 'Trenton State enthusiast . . . Wednesday at Barrett's . . . '56 convertible. Victorian Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 "Les Qllill'ilntf?S Iiniiiortellesn 3, Recruiters 1, 2, Echo 3, 4, Ass't News Editor 35 News Editor 4, Intrzuuurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Hockey 4, Volleyball 1 2 3 iib, i a ' , f ' ,, I f " ' 1, ,Z -- ,, 'B ,, ,,,,,,,. mmm ,, W, N9 hw ,gawk graft w ,Iii ,A ,.. ,M,,,mg y 'MN-V. A 24-1. Q, 1 - X Y M 1 E '13 Nt, '-1, i ,fi 'Q JI' 1 "ESV we if K .f I . I , .,:l , ,wwf fx' ' " """rff" ,L,,fQ'3"1 W ,.,:jwM,. A 1- K'---mg , , L, 7-f V K Mm- e Aigmqvfgff, , ' .e,,,,,W, - X. . rsefsgyfww. Mi., ,, it Hg, we , , ff -Jr" 7 M5559 ' I Nb. KA , x M ,.,, 19 Elnzme Imbrotglm Vivacious . . . ever ready smile . . . little bitty pretty one . . . big brown eyes . . . well liked . . . cookies and cakes . . . N. Y. Times' 'inewsboyl' . . . T. C. Socials . . . always dancing . . . off to Holy Family. Victorian Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Soclality 1, 2, 3, 4, C.S.NI.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Clioir 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, Forum Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Recruiters 1, 2, lntra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Senior Discussion Group 4. S 9 i offs Kathleen Kelbf Charm, style and grace . . . keen intellect . . . deeply in love with life . . . stately bearing . . . talented thespian . . . late arriver . . . sense of humor . . . crossword puzzles . . . experienced directress . . off to University of Toronto. Victorian Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodnlity l, 2, 3, 44 C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 44 Class Prcsiclcnt lg Student Council 1, Forum Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 25 "Les Qiuimntcs Immortclles" 3g junior Classical League 3, 4, Recruiters 1, 2, Echo 3, 4g Ass't Editor,.3gfr,.EglitVor 45 Intrtuuurals 1, 2, 3, Seniorxy DiscusQiorr.,Croup 4. - 1 iittr or ' illr .M':rit5f?fel',TTTii7"i 3 tsit t is 2 it K Y -wg? 'Y' " rTffw3,,f.wed.,..wM"f" Q 1 L Ww,,.W--.-f:.,,nw.,,,Kg1 x X 1' 4 , ,W V M J M ,..,,, .... 2 , H K his i V 'www gf 'NK V - .,,, ,. ,,,, ...,,,, '-Wr.,..,,, ..., ,, H K 1" its 9,1 ,, J Q tkkk M H tpk- V., fix ky ,W 1 , . ,..,. N gl ,,,. ., ,N 1 , "-i t ,V A , in ,mn wk X ' t r,r,i 4 21 1-.. I rene Leomzrdi A bit of a skeptic . . . number one Latin scholar , . , essence of sincerity . . . arlinirably persevering . . . those Italian classes . . . ambi- dextrous . . . hard working second . . . "Homemaker of the Year" . . . witticisms galore . . . off to St. Elizabeth's. Victorian Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Sodality l, 2. 3, 4: Treasurer lx C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4g Choir 1, 2. 3, 45 Class Secretary 1, 3g Sturlcnt Council 4g Forum Club 1, 2, 3, 45 -ff-P-iggsiclciit 4g Recruiters 1, 2: junior Classical League 3, 44 National Honor Society 3. "Echo" 3, -4gi14ss't Literary Editor 3g Literary Editor 45 Victorian Staff 4g r-," W ,..l1g?litrig..44g lI1fl'klHiU1'jillS- 3. 45 HOC'lcey, i4q Basketball 2, Sq "A Soclalist Spcaksn 3. 4. if Q 1- . if f-':lV7l , kg. K K H XR K A ax .,.. I jmgyvxr 4 mx my . -i 5 err,Q-'hr 'L i X fly ff WMM 1 . i is . ,p r Q L 4 fr i t or to rtir W . W- ' ' is ,,.1"MT'Z'a,iww'2i,ZruW , . ., ., . , ,, . , no i Kqgiq B Man Ei , Q , . , ,XM , nwermtiowmwimlx Calliope Liwmos "Poppy,' . . . grecian beauty . . . sunny nature . . . rippling laugh . muse's name . . . mischic-f and mclrrimcnt . . . studying abroad . utenderlyv . . . pretty clothes . . . flowing black tresscs. Victorian Clnlb 3, 45 C.S.Xl.C. 3, 45 Clioir 3, L15 Foruin Cluli 3, 45 Intramurals 3g Hockey 35 Bullet 3, 4. ' , ' ,MQ .. ,. Q. H M. J, WWLLA rn' K ,,'iir in X i r- it itir i A 4 , W 'K i 1 M 4 ..f.fl,wf-f .. , orrrru N . .' ft x, Q f x WW... . .W M ,fi 23 ,TM Patricia Nlmfks Penetrating logic . . . determination , . . modern art . . . tempera- mental . . , pen pals . . . those enlightening piano lessons . . . long white Lincoln . . . Low note 41 . . . flushing black 1-yes . . . briefcase and glasses. Victorian Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Soflulity 1, 22, 3, 4, C.S.NI.C. l, 2, 3, 45 Clioir 1, 2, 3, 45 Forum Club 1, 3, 45 Plioto Stziviitfe 2, Secretary 24 Rm-cruitc-rs l, 25 "Echo" 3, 4, Kfsgft Art Editor 3g,,Art Eclitor 4, Intramurals 3 41 Volluylmll 3, 4, Hockey 4, Bzlilttgtlazxll 3, 45 Senior Discussion Group 45 Art l, 22, 3, 4. 1, ., 4, ,fs Y - -W -Y +I A M Q W , ,.,,., - S lk S-5.13, S "Wk WW , , it f , ,V or '- 'A 'Qs ' M1 .V YQ: ,Mg I-9'fQllZf'l 1. 'ire V hi was MQ-'H' "N A I i2viE53'f5f5a"L' V we, ,rf ' . tix, V f i. .,,, , ,N ,V-fi', fl H . 1t,iQmLff,, M f- PM ' ' . 2-wiiwfw, '25, . EF? M li' slggbsww W 5' iv- f . 7 -it 1 " H ,w f 2 , --flF.,.. ' mfg. l T, 4 7' ,, ' 1 Q, K ug iw . fu-QMS J. ,, ,.,wm+w,-4:fw1f4Tf?M- E ' ',,,,.f' yu- Am Nw ,W K... . -Q--M.Wi,.wMb" " Lormine Mmm' Petite . . . light blonde hair . . . full of pep . . . impetuous . . . gym classes . . . summers at Seaside . . . track star . . . water sports . . . five feet two, eyes of blue . . . blue and white Olds. Victorian Club 3, 4, Sodality 3, 4, C.S.M.C. 3, 4, Cboir 3, 4, "Lys Quarantes Immortclles" 3 Intramurals 3, 4, Vollcyball 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4. ,. I- 7 'Bmw -- f ,,si'f'N X E , ' W' .W-f-W ,., ,Qu .Wm ML , M., ,,,,,, N , M W ,:i,,Qwlp Q S Sharon Mmny True friend . . . ever so tactful . . . keyboard artist . . . 'Tulliav . . . strong second . . . "Miss Tempo" . . . meticulous . . . scholarship winner . . . "Dizzy Fingersv . . . off to 5Ma1'yWood. Victorian Clulv 1, 2, 3, 4g Sodality l, 2, 3, 41 Sccertary 25 C.S.BI.C. 1, 2, 3, 45 Clioir 1, 2, 3, 4g Forum Club lg Recruiters l, 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 President 3, 4g "A Socialist Speaks" 4g Accoinpuuist l, 2, 3, 41 Piano Soloist 4. . Y XA , aw" "" "'i f 1 'ii' iA,rf "'Jmm n iT'1ifl'ZLir ffffllli' L' s'n"' J '--'r'r- ntn" ,P , I siai , i'i's V pl, - - I F A 345232,iQ,ggggLpehgi45a,'4::5gE'Qggg?,,gwss:4e1--fwfr-' ., 8, , W 4- . Adrianne Mmm Petite, pert and pretty . . . mischievous laugh . . . delightful accent . . . that Italian temperament . . . classic features . . . exotic hair styles . . . excellent seamstress . . . black scarves . . . successful business woman . . . off to Babs' for the weekend. Victorian Club 3, 45 Soclality 3, 43 C.S.M.C. 3, -ig Choir 3, 45 Ballet 4. Q, ,,w?g:. f f, f .. ' ' ,aff '..: ' ,-mf, NN" A Q ,f 1 Jw , V , ,A ,, If f. E if M,,,swW,l.,KL W is ' in 'MW .L V- aw. , rmf:g:,'tfm:11,,, 1 it 1 'M-.,., 1 , A Hwy' - ,gjzggs i,,,,rw4Z,.i 'Q ,IQ Ht 1 ,V M ,,u, , 1 A 'W 1 2 5 wWum,,...f,' W 'A' hw KY ,,,. X f'f'fIf?:i3'mm4g:5:7 M , r 'rt 'wh -l . i WM A 4, .N 'xg E s s X, 1. 5 A , M., K6 AY V jf Q I Q, t V f f f - , i if 3 fr L, . li ff K i l kit ji .i 1 '25, 2. xi, 27 Rosalie Rdnfmllisi Chccry pcrsonulity . . . infectious gigglc , . . delightful gift of gill? . . . czincly store helper . . . collcctoi' of stationery . . , naps in the afternoon . . . mothballs . . . home for the Weekend . . . sunflower seeds off to St. Peter's Nursing School. Victorian Cluh 2, 3, -19 Soclulity 2, 3, 45 C.S.Kl.C. 2, 3, 4g Choir 2, 3, 4g Forum Club 3g Photo Scicncc 2, 35 Trcalsurcr 35 Hccruitcrs 2. S o fzwiitla Reilzosky Warm personality . . . neat dresser . . . golden haired . . . violent hlusher . . . V.V.A. 13 years . . . organ grinder . . . 4th row second . . . her own car . . . deftly artistic . . . "Someone to Watch Over Mef, Victorian Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodzzlity 1, 2, 3, 43 C.S.XI.C. 1, 2, 3, ,4g Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Photo Science 1, 2, 3, Rcfcruitcrs 1, 2, Echo 1, lntraunuruls 3, 4, Volleyball 3, "A Sodulist Speaks" 3, 45 Organ Acconipanist 1, 2, 3, 4. '21 t , -if 44425 ' -4' 319391 " ivy- Jw' . 1, so Awww ,WW 53' rift? We .r .-1637 'L' ' if , 1 M j K- I. ..,, fi-j't,, ' f A , 'f rw . were-i'. -1 4.1 fx ,.,,.,Mr M,,fHQ' , 5 df fr ,, .MM ,. ,sw -J Jw f 3 urn - RS z E 4 w 29 Mmjf am' Rubzno Probing mind . . . indivicluulist . . . intelligent , , . independent . . . avid debate fan . . . destined for' il great future . . . tennis enthu- siast . . . New York Times reader . . . actress . . . on to Manbattanville. Victorian Club 2, 3, 4g Soclnlity 2, 3 45 C.S.M.C. 2 3 4: Choir 2 3 4g Class Sec- retary 4g Forum Club 2 3, 4g Sccrctnry 25 Vice Presiclr-nt 3g "Les Quaruntcs ,Im- l11OI',tCllCSU 3g junior Classical League 35 Recruiters 23 National Honor Society 45 II1tI'illl'l11II'ZllS 2, 3, 4g Buslcctlmll 49 Tennis 45 Senior Discussion Group 4. I r E. f'lWL .,,, LL,LLL I fwwm.. K :wM..!,L.f.,35W kr .. me 1 new 1. ,aww Awww: ,M V k.,. ,W . f JF, ,,,, rl wfffl? 2. 'ite-1 21" , was f s iiii i s 30 ,,,w"' - Q ,, lb Eugenia Russo jeannie with the light brown hair . . . sincere friend . . . ever- lasting smile . . . sleeping beauty . . . early to bed . . . "Rumbles" . . . unorthodox sense of humor . . . lovely thoughts and kindly words . . Low note W2 . . . "Stand for prayers, girlslv Victorian Club 2, 3, 4g Soclality 2, 3, 45 C.S.M.C'. 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Class President 2, 3, 4g Student Council 2, 3. 45 Forum Club 3, 49 Photo Science 2g Recruiters 2g "Les Quarantes Iinmortellcs 3g Victorian 44 Art Editor 4g Intramurals 4g Senior Discus5irQn,,1,Gxr15Jr113 45 Accompanist 3. 4. ,,,M W WW"t'1f'H-W . i My Min, ,F we .3 1 fp ,Q 'j , .',,.w. ar www x , ,, ,Q A 6' if ' ,gm "1 'Irma Mm' N'lY My W""i"' wgmvxlrxw w ma, .V,q,, , , , , .W 'V if V N A , Ff,,,,.t M., QM!! 5 I N, H r.,. ...., ,. 13 IV V 1 aw,.,Q 4 fl t ' -,QA Q l" W C. f ,F 2 iv Q KM r. 5 if ff 9" 4 R wwe "m,Z2'2 g'i"'N1iff,. Many Ellen Salvatore Quiet but sociable . . . placid blue eyes . . . natural ear for music . . . golden queue . . . liberally hclpful . . . vm.-tcran driver . . . aversion to chapeaux . . . small liandwriting . . . Low notc if-1 . . . Princeton tiger. Victorian Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Soclality 1, 2, 3. 4, C.S.NI.C, 1, 2, 3, 45 Mission Club Svcretalry 2: Clioir 1, 2, 3, 4, Stuclr-nt Council I, 3, Trvusurcr lg Prom Chairman 35 A M Fflflllllwbclllb 1, 2, 3, 42 Rccruitcrs I, 24 "Echo" 33, 4, Humor Editor 3, 49 Intra- iimimgls '13 2, 3, 4, Vollcylball 3, 43--Jiaslwtlnill 3, -lg Hoclwy 4. M ' .. ' N 3 Kim, V: Sitka, e g Y has "f':g-in . H ,if f fil YP -2 , in 4 . .wif 'L ' ' ,Q .JW g WM, NM ,V ,L X . V , "MW - ,, 527' Riagg , ig5f,gT3fT'1ww' fm , , ,ai f'f N1 ' 4- it - I .,,.w..-.-.... 5 W .,, .. Q , , WM , We 9' ,, f itwmnrigigw "" N H ' ' V A' "W M" cm nm-Y u ,I , .5 f gy wi,-MN is ,W V, ,e -:fir H L 1' ' .W.. in ' I , fi, Wifggwwmfifw' is 'S , M? Antoinette Sch wmftl Quiet achievement . . . "Toni" . . . math whiz . . . thorough student . . . sleepy-time gal . . . misses the bus . . . fencing and French . . . funny faces . . . tennis anyone? . . . Regis in the fall. Victorian Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Soclulity 1, 2, 3, 4, C.S.M.C. 1, fl, 3, 4, Mission Club Prcsizlcnt 2, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Sluclcnt Council 2, 3, Vicc Prcsiclent 3, Forum Clulu l, Q., 3, 4, 'ilucs Quuruntcs lnnnortcllcsi' 3, Rccruitcrs l, 2, National Honor Socicty 3, 4, Sccrctury-T11-usurcr 4, lntrauuuruls 3, 4, Buskctlnlll 3, "A Soclnlist Speaks' 3, 4, Sc-nior Discussion Group 4, Bullet 2. V I Q 5 ulie Ann Smalicga CCDCJC1-I'llltlll't'f1 . . . sciencc minded . . . unit hwidcr . . . willing artist . . . Prom Queen . . . Broadway songstrcss . . . happiest when conversing . . . horse lover . . . T C. huskcthull fan . . . off to Douglass. Victorian Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodzllity 1, 2, 3, 4, C.5.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Photo Scicncc 1, 2, 3, "Lt-s fgll2lI'il11tl'S 1I11Il10l'tt'11C'SH 3, Rs-cruitcrs 1, 2, "EchoU 3, 45 Ass't Art Editor 3, 4, lntrzunuruls 4, "A Sodalist Spa-z1ks" 3, 4, Sc-nior Dis- cussion Group 4g Soloist 2, 3, 4. ' r t if M Karin Sorensen Strong views and ideas . . . math enthusiast . . . argumentative . . . ambitious . . . collegiate plans . . . barbersbop quartet . . . Low note 43 . . . shirtwaists . . . basketball captain . . . orange and black tiger. Victorian Club 3, 4, Soclality 3, 4, C.S.M.C. 3, 4, Choir 3, 4g Forum Club 3, 4g "Les Quarantes lmmortellesn 3, Intramurals 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, Hockey 35 Tennis 4, Senior Discussion Group 4. -ww, , ,, Wwe K .., I V fT"m,,,b' I N,,,..,.,w lm as fww xiii. W ,s i mile es's I W 1 M t tg ' U 0 , ,..,, . ' W'-" e ,MMI he Ny , . I , M Q- i. ,., if ,T ,. ,ff ,VIA X it I' ,X A , ,wr ,ff I tiaat , , x, ,af ,,...,,.,w 'S ram j , V I . ,win V W.--v""'A I -, MX V, " V," ,fr 1-+A WA, ' t 3 x . , ly. f E7 lax 4,2 . f ,fx 5 X it, ll ,,,.r Mi5Pa".f3l an Whiteman Appealing geutility . . . casual 'n Carefree . . . always cheerful . . Pop's girl . . . graceful ballerina . . . poised . . . natural blond . . jazz enthusiast . . . loves to get mail . . . those ideal vacation spots. ctorian Club 1, 2, 4g C.S.NI.C. 1, 2, 4g Choir 1, 2, 4g Class Treasurer 1, Forum 2, 4, Plioto Science 15 Recruiters 15 Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Hockey 4, Basketball 4 Ballet 1, 2, 4. S fo Ann Wolen Sensitive nature . . . mirtliful moments . . . endearing confusion . . beautiful voice . . . predictable reactions . . . born to be teased . . sympathetic listener . . . "Scene and Prayeri' . . . frank evaluations . . school of Cosmetology. Victorian Club 1, 2, 3, 44 Sodnlity 1, 2, 3, 4, C.S.M.Cf 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Forum Club 1, Recruiters 1, 25 Soloist 3, 4. 1 Q59 fm Marsha Zak Delicate dignity . . . considerate . . . young sopllisticate . . . tact and self-control . . . delightful and demure . . . fencing . . . dry humor . . . neutness personified . . . scarf and sunglasses . . . Notre Dame bound. Victorian Cluli 1, 2, 3, 4, Sodulity l, 2, 3, 45 C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Clioir 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Secretary 2, Prcsidcnt 4, Forum Clulm 1, 2, 3, 4, "Les Qrgurantcs lITlll10l'U'llQSU 3, Secretary 34 Recruiters 1, 2, National Honor Society 3, Intramurals l, 22, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, "A Sodalist Speaks" 3, 4, Senior Dis- euigsiciig,,Croiip 43 I Q pa fa' ' . . , , . I .,..,.. an i SEK? f,j. , , X, 1 Qt, "Mu, N, 'r :"'u vm , J W., X 'QR W 4 . , ' yyyt 4 Q Q es., 4 f "" I " ,, li X Q im" l3i"'l5 1 5TI,.w- "N f ,.w'l5Fw:11i-'ep "' , ,. ' rm, We" "" 4 Ewing, 1'1ef5uflS'Q,, , W V., ,154 y M Q x U,..,1 'wr A it if N 'NNN' A H'r:w5,,' lumix tg,Qj,jL .... . -M M ,f'ifQ.. L, '-3 A 7 Y Wt, it it ,M 18 H .wwf ' ,' ' - 'i a 9 Y 'S r v 'lv Us s x" 1 f 'Q 1. Q W 0 um' ' Q V'5uwr 'fs 5 Lf! " fs. -W' V , 1 1 4, AMX an M Q Q Q' At J' " ' X ag ' 1 U fc, gl. 'VT U A , 'fm' K XV ix VM, , . L -Q' I V, 4 'N .. .M N K XX 'Mg fm We J,Q N XX Q S S 67 S Efzoagb, ly sofnezfkzhg from our bands 6009 power To lzbe, and neg and serve Ike future our. f wolwswozrrlf X 'S ' X950 unior vlziss rifiicvrs aircz J Mcrcan- 1 'l'i'1-ns., P, O'IInru l'rvs., :incl D. S itll S012 nappy iiiuiiwiit for vvc-ry junior- iuiving in-r class ring fmiii in-r littv sistvi. Un il lovvly spring cl.1y, thc juniors pose- for tlivir pictnrc- lip tiiv tennis court. First row: Angfflai Moiitaldi, Nlziry Ellr-n Pul- vnclizir, Rosziliml Rossi, Mnrijo Murphy, Second row: Nicolinn CQIIIIDQIIUIC, LllL'iHl' Fziliizni, Anna Nlzlry Slizirgo, Mary Ann Scar- zinu, Patricia Di Ccsalrv, juzinnc- Manivr. Third row: Judith Mvr- cnntini, Danni Egan, Xlurgiivritm- Dunlx, Ann Nlidiri, Um-lr-nc VV:1Isli, xlnditli Barn-tt. julia Xlmint, Patricia O'Hurzx, Diann- Sniitii. Nlnrion Pnsqiiitu, jaicqm-lyii Ccrvasmii, joy Nvillll, Ann Lynn Salvaitorv. in Wx WG' , ,...,. ,, ,Xi WWW N4-ar thc white columns of the gymnasium the Sophomorvs pose for thvir class pit-turf. First row: Suzanne Schcppf-, Patri- cia BllTlillilIlSl'T, Rom-ann Bvrtonre, tluclith Vs-rclvl, Patricia Tico, Aloan Furman. Svroml row: Barbara Altivri, Sbvila 0'Hara, Anna Nlaria Kramt-r. Priscilla Waring, Barbara Kohut, Patricia joyc-0. Thirtl row: Mary Elle-n Viclcors, Dianc WVRIHHIIT, Uiano Ricl1artls,,Karc-n Kivfvr, Maxine Mcany, Dorothy Santoro. Fourth row: Margaret Antlcrson, Xlarlczc-n Mayffrnik, Margaret Cartlitlgf-, Elains' Nlassimi, Mario-Fram-oisv Boltt-, Barbara Shaw, Mariannr' Bugclal. Sophomore class officers are Diane Wagner, preside-ntg Margaret Cart- liclgc, trvasurcrg Ioan Furman, sec- rctaryg and Dorothy Santoro, vice- president. 'Twas a few days before Christmas in Santa's Workshop. A scene from thc- school Christmas party. MMM fQ5f CYMM X962 Fr0Qhni:m class oflicvrs are: Barham Ling, sn-Crcturyg lilizzibotli Hart- minn, prcsiclf-nt imcl Hclcn Nlcllis, trcmircr. 'lhc Freshmen will never forget ini- t1'it1on! Tho Frcslnnnn mcinhcrs of thc- student body pose on thc oflice strips. First row: juan Pctito, Snnclru Cattani, Arlccn Orsi, Sally Licciurrlcllo, Burlmaim Svsini, Elizuhctli Hartinunn, Margaret Wi-irlc-n, Carol Boiizicci, Elizabeth Angilctti. Scconcl row: Mary Alnnu llullfish, limlwzxrai Lung, Hi-lc-n ML-llis, Mary Ann Mniorino, Nilccii llurvymowski. Tliircl row: Dom joan Pnrcntc Victoria Sulvaitorz-, Nancy Kling, Patricia XVMSU11, Kathy Wolnn, Fourth row: BAll'llllI'2l llawtiiianin. Limlii l,I'i1'llCL'U, Muclvline Knox, Mary Lou lfusoliiio, l,lllTlL'lil l4ll0L'l. Fifth row: Carol Fzilivrty, Rcncc Lucimli, jvzmm- l.iLllll'Q'llll. Rim- Kauifinziii, Mary Emth. ' 6' 'fi za , 4 , Nw 1 ! X? . gf- f W1 A-J' " Karin Survxlsam prr-pam-s ll CUII1l7llliltl0H of cllcmicals ', T' for Rl lulm Q"iDL'l'llIlt jf W 3, .f w""'!3 N VQLL gy J Senior class mclmlwrs arc soon participzlting in a pant-l rliscrussinn on nmrri41g.!1'. Loft to rigllt are -I. Carcleliu, B. Barlow, L, Nlzrrut, Nl. Zark, K. Kclly, J, Russo, H. Rzulnuzzisi. On il class liclcl trip, Sr. Supl-rior gives il fc-W pointers to A. Krumcr, Nl. Bugclall and D. Szmtorc. Sc-nior class UI4L12ll1lSf, jucly Rvikoslfy, runs through Hugvx' 1-xc-ra-isvs :luring lu-r won-kly organ lvsson. Unclvr tln' supvrvision of Sr. Elvira, Pat Marks puts flnislxing lrnlrvlrvs on llc-r mrtrlnor sum-nc. Some uf Pzlt's nrt wurlx crm ln: sm-rn in ilu- lmckgrounfl. 5K'O!!llSmr X s l ez s ff e . f sw- ,ll,r N., , rlr,,r ,l Q , dl!! f-"""'!A Q I 51 9 4 4 6,9 9.0! 1, , Q 4" 0.5: 'V ,ya Under the watchful cyr- of Sister Concvtta, Marguerite The Italian l students, shown here with their teacher Dvutz, a pliysir-s student, conducts an experiment on Sister Elizalwtlm, enjoy singing along with Italian roc- vlcctroplatiug, ords. Religion Il c-lass listens to Father Groppi, Tlu- trig class with Sister Anita smile proudly Villa's chaplain and author of "Above All a as they find the angle of elevation, a most Shepherd." difficult problem. 'S 1 '4 V N R, -I .21 mi-1 " 4 fi Ki X .fi 4 A --..,, .,f,.M K P 1. I A X pw 'Bl '-if n, If ffl . N ', 3 X Q C xi ax, 1 371 .. 1,4 xx ' ix if!! i sw - I , T Y" 6' Ai ,gt Q f i .6 5 v . -- Q , if my D 'I Q i 2- in ' , L gf ff . f , Q 21? 1 ' - ' "A + ' - ' l r ' , M v Y A Q ., H dx V ,fn -L, , -iv , K X X ,. . lp, I w ff, ' 2 , 5 YL' A., 'J' . f J U V,. L ' if 'Vi , A ,, . ' .V L 3 If , 1 - IJ, 4 " ' ,, A l ' I 1 .Ji ' W, i w"' V f . an -. . w 4 in-v 'fl Sr, Nlzuy Drmlorcs conclucts ai daily English n-lass for form-ign stmle-nts. First row: Bianca Oxlmrlmrm Nclvzi llolmrqucz, Nclly Nlorillo, Xllfllllll Orlimclinu. SL-crmcl row: SmiiuAlfonz0, Nluria Rosa Crmstalntino, ull from Vcm-zuclu, Rlllil Xllll'll"l:l'ilIlCUlSl3 linltf' from Haiti. 'llllximg zulvimtingc- of tlw- spring wmtlior, Sr, Supf-rim' uml ln-r Biology vlziss cnjoy ll Hifld trip on tllc Villa grouncls. i Mui' 47 'nv xx Y' 4 -K Cf! ' off sawzes for c6zQ5ooQ'iv opeazog 660113, of dgoofzzbe youd' lo .way X X WORDSWOIP711 .ix X f 'I fxlother Provincial and Sr. Elizabeth congra- At the animal musicale Mr. Davis presented tulats- Indy and Sharon after their successful Paul NVhiteman with a plaque commemorat- coueert at Villa NValsh. ing his fifty years in show business. The choir under the direction of Sr. Elizabeth Parente has done much to promote good music. It has heen a familiar attraction at every jubilee celebration, and has performed for many charitable affairs. This year the choir was asked to sing, a Solemn Pontifieal Nlass commemorating the fifteenth anniversary of the Damicn'Sntton Society for which, in previous years, the choir has given an annual concert. At Christmas time, the choir entertained the shoppers at Lit's depart- ment store. This program was later broadcast over VVTTM. 'L .' ,. . Q12 After a pontifical high mass celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of the Damien Dutton Society, Bishop Ahr and bishops from three other dioceses meet with the Villa choir. The choir sang the mass in honor of Our Lady -of Victory composed and directed by Sr. Sister Elizabeth Parente. fe Reverend Mother General poses with Sr. Eli- zabeth Parente and choir after a program given in honor of her golden jubilee. lmusic Three talented dancers take part in the Musicale pro- duction, "Around the World in Eighty Days." 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A ' 57, . : 2 wanna All , ,MW ...T N ms Xaiiiiiaixkh 5? i 2 l 2 i ! l . :fwlv Q Q Eff A T . 'W , ' , X f T ' " ef' 1 'E 'S' 35:21 'mi ,, rt' W fdefmf ff lf fafpwwe, Way afvwm ma The Villa choir's rendition of "Rhapsody in Blue" and other Gershwin melodies pleased everyone, especially Paul WVliiteman to Whom it was dedicated. The mood of the audicncc was soon changed from the gaiety of a Broad- way melody to contemplation with the first sounds of the "Creation" arranged hy Sr. Eliza- lmcth Parente. The concert was climaxcd with an original production of "Around the World in Eighty Daysf' The concert would not lu- complete Without the piano 1-ns:-mlmles. llerc tht- pianists play the "Overture from the ll1lI'lli'l of Si-ville." fr !! Aftvr tmvm-ling zxrouml thm- worlcl for eighty cluys, l'l1il4-:ls Fogg lgmcls his l'XlllUOYl umicl clwcrs :xml shouts uf wclcomcx jupzlrwsc mlzmcm-rs m 0 v 1- grawvlully to tlw music of "S:1yor1um" during "Around thc- Wurlcl in Eigl1tylJays." Lv? ..,,, .--ff - 7' K Nl ll if ,fb ,, Xl 5 ll I cur " 5 , W l K , , l ' l nw ll l l fl ff: "aff ,w f Y : W f f, W K V . -.. , ,. ii' V . X kj . . f, Q2 -D 3 WH .L ., ,, M., - MW.,M....-.5-' AWA .Alix JEMMEMZ1 14 Aww ' odozlity Jdffbfif mf! The purpose of the Sodality is to get closer to Our Lord through the Blessed Mother. This year the Villa sodalists tried to achieve that purpose by saying the rosary during the month of May and by attending the Stations of the Cross during Lent. Among the sodality projects for the year was a poster exhibition, which promoted interest in various religious communi- ties. A book fair was held to encourage the reading of Catholic literature. The sodalists also visited sick children, sang Christmas carols for the aged, and pre- pared food baskets for needy families. The year was completed by the May crowning in the Grotto. Soclality Prcfcct, Judith Consentino, is escorted to the grotto. The May Crowning is the climax of Sodality activities. A Lucinc Fabian finds a quit-t corner in the library for spiritual reading. Mary jo Niulligan, now studying in Villa VValsl1 novitiatc, chats with thru- formcr classmatcs on visit- ing day. In thc prvscnu- of lfr Croppi and Sodality pn-- fcct Indy Coiismitiiiu, Lu- cinc Fabian, vit-1--pix-i'm-t rc'-citvs liar oaiii of nfiiu-, Unit lt-aidors, marrying tlu statin- of tlw Blum-il Vir- gin, lc-ad tlu- Slay DI'0l'f'N- Sinn. ' y W lip I , 5:5 .L . ,A ' , i K-,V .. gif-sly an .f 'f""' . ' '-1 "'0a,fw44i1f!"""",y,.,,U,, 'iii QTQ24, 5, A ' A' i I -if 1 . - ' K UNM Mini feqgifi , V " 1 " Q. ,gm ff -in , -in fi . ,wi 1 vs nal-of. k.,,,Qg E Vg Q-Q---v-qgqy .ggi ! v I . .WEA Yflfliggioms Duc to the tireless efforts of Sr. Anita, Barbara Shaw, president, and the Sophomore Class, the Mission Club had a successful year. The club launched many projects. Among these were filling mite boxes, sponsoring movies and selling cookies. The club highlight of the year was the Sophomore Mission play, "The Best NVine," written and directed by Sr. Superior. The most profitable of all the projects was the Mis- sion Queen campaign in which three students from each class participated. This yearls proceeds more than doubled those of last year. At the annual diocesan mission rally Villa Victoria again received a banner for outstanding work for the missions. The missionaries will surely pray for such a hard working group of girls. aw aka ff We Friends and relatives of the Widow of Ascr comfort her at the death of her son. Mission an-tivitivs for tliv your cncl with thc crowning of il Mission Quccn. Qin-vn for tin- ywir is Ircnc Lvonzircli. - - - Awfwaae in Wfldfd Thu widow Rnchc-l spcnks to rvlntivvs :md gm-sts. iso' ,,,' v J, fmdzm, aff 12. , K '- , lt A 1 Www' r 5' if M193 M 34? Q16 Q 1' 5 - After induction, members of the National Honor Soci- ety pose with Sr. Superior, Sr. Anita and Father Frain, Left to right are Judy Consentino, Ann Lynn Salvatore, Irene Leonardi, Diane Smith, Sharon Meany, Mary jane Ruhino, Antoinette Schwartz, Mary Ann Scarano, and Marsha Zak. A speaker on Career Day interests her listeners in the rewarding profession of nursing. Sr. Elizabeth and Irene Lconarcli, editor of the Sr. Mary Dolores and members of the Echo staff Victorian, Kapprove some last minute pictures proof-read the latest eclition of the newspaper. 115 l fi' i g ' lor the yearbook. . . - Af. ,MV . K I ffm' Mrs. NVcincr and the basketball team seem happy after their latest victory. This year the Physical Education department under the direction of Mrs. Weine1', our gym teacher, got ofl to a wonderful start. The Fall was taken up with games of field hockey both here and at other schools close hy. During the winter there were intramural games of basket- hall and volleyhall. This year for the first time, Villa entered a tennis team in city-wide compe- tition. ln the Spring the classes concentrated on softball. On field day during Senior week the entire school competed in various sports activi- ties. The winners, the Senior class was awarded a banner. Elaine Dotter was voted the best all-around athlete. Viilzfs tunnis tczun, Karin Sorvnson, Mary Juno Rulmino and Indy Bur- rctt, prcparv to :nw-t tin- L'iIiliiL'Il1.K0l'S, S190 ts Om-mr again Elaine Dottr-r loads us on to victory Tin' Seniors wx-rv victorious nvvr film' juniors in thc lust softball gaunc- of thc your. Villa forxvnrd, Karin Snrvnsvn, nmkvs nnotlu-r lmzxskr-1 for U10 Cold and Wiiitv tczun. pa ties, dances, Each year the F reshman-junior big and little sister party is the initial party of the year. Its purpose is to better acquaint the Freshmen with their big sisters. After this the Sopho- mores give a party for their big sisters, the Seniors. The first dance of the year was the Sophomores' "Evening in Paris," followed by the juniors, "Sun Valley Holidayi' and "Seren- ade in Iadef given by the Seniors. The Fresh- man Halloween Party and the Sophomore Christmas party held in the school cafeteria, provided fun and entertainment for the entire student body. The Sophomores provided us with a Paris atmosphere for the evening. We dined at a sidewalk cafe and viewed the Eiffel Tower and the gaily lighted streets of Paris. lust I wforc- lwiving for thai lioliciiiys, irozirclors 4-njoy singing and L-xclmnging pri-sc-nts. ,mv QNQ A Poppyi 4-xhiliits ii gift from Hskllltilw rliiring school Sviiiors iigrvc- that preparing am orivntnl sc-1-nr Cliristliiais party. for thc- backdrop is almost :is llllllill fun us tlu Q-..,,,,, i i w 55. I nd 'Wk' w i n?"'? J 4 V, in Q l' lf- QA M. i,,i. .,, M31-1.1, I K 1 1 if 'b W 4 N 1. f , 4 X CIQIDCK' itsclf. A" 2 ff? ' ' .W ,, 1:4515 ,iiwi ii.: g M M ' Y N -ilgm A...- ,rl- s at X i of it rsss f r r fp I lk 'X E Q1 ay Vin.. L x zk,,: VW 5 v , , W Q -. ... f'..Vr,h Halloween party - Irene, Barbara Hartman and Vie- The Seniors' dance, "Seren- jucly, Pat, jan and Doro- toria Salvatore seem en' acle in Iadef' captivated all. thy join the singing. grossed in their flates. The lxoarclers encl their Christmas activities by singing carols at the out- door erib. Freshmen complete their first party clceorations. H? 'lift K ,,-M' 'X 'MW Iuunm- Curdclizl and K12ll'Shil Zak :wt us young host l'SHl,'S cluring Hui first S1-niur Mothr-r :mil Duuglltvr Tm. ,qw , Svniors pay trilmutv to thc-ir tale-nh-cl ClLlSSIHiltC, Kathy Kr-Hy, who rlirm-c-tml the SL-nior play, "Lf-ttvrs tu Lu- ccrnvf' 'ff W,'k WM 4AA'- ,,.Mwmf.mM-mwzvvwwfwr-fx f--A 1-V-N f . ,. 11 , ,f 1. , , , M. A,-NQX,. His cxcclla-licy Bishop Ahr honors Mother Cvnvral at llui cr-lc-hration of hc-r golrlvn juhilvrx Rc-vor:-ml Motlu-r Cc,-nvral of thv Rm-ligious 'l'vac'lu'rs lfilippiui l'i'ilII'lll'll from Ronin' for tho cclchration. Sr. Superior partic-ipatvs in ,qrouml lmrvalxinpj l'l'l'1.'l11Ully for thc new convent. Fathvr Croppi lc-ads invocation at Villais llagpolv clvcli- Cation while- vvcryonc- stancls at rvvvrr-nl atlvnfiou. Our Roman announcer int:-rvif-ws Hvv Latin clignitariva who pay trihutu to Sr. lfflizalmvtll Parvntc- on the occa- sion of her silver julmilf-4-. Studi-nt Council olliccrs place llowcrs at thc shrim- of St. Lucy Filippini cluring feast flay ccrcmonivs. Karin Son-usa-u and Sharon Mr-any clcmonstratv firm'- worlqs rluriug magim: show prvsvnfvrl hy the chmnistry class. ,l,l ,. ,, ,l,, I ,. M . H 5, . -- 4'f-' 1- Mi. ff ,. 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M K ia, iwjg 'NM' X ic 4 .3 it 5 ,, ,iki. .?g Q rig! ge 4 ,Wu A xi ' 'ala f f is s we ,SN is :wer Q15 A-' iyrrs , . f K , ,, .J W, 6 f J -T S- ivy? 1 f' y . mg: 'gn k'lMqff5'w" Sueristzmis helper Rosalind Rossi arranges, Nelly Morillo and Nelva Boliorquez, special flowers before the statue of Our Lady of students from Venezuela, spend Saturday Victory. morning doing their laundry. A typical scene in the Senior donn just before "lights out.', ml. me Z , it 5 rf ' ' fri K iw. gg 'fh .,.f 4, Senio from 5 , I i Ali IP- vt A , ,Q - Qi , V ., f V it y ik k g its 1- M 0 ? T I T Q Q b1,,L ' K T Tlu- mlurivc-rs wultz urouncl the gaiily decorated lmllrooin. 5' . I i This yciu' the juniors chose- il most unnusual and yet beau- tiful tlicmc for their Prom. 'iCrystz1l Momentsv was indeed ap- propriate. Tlu- lmllrooin ot thc Country Cluh was transformed into at crystal cuvc. Tlic music of Lenny El10lll'iltO,S band added to thc- utmosplicrc. The cvc-ning was a lovely success. The class of '59 will never forgot its last Villa Prom. The most exciting moment of the evening was the Senior proincnuclc and cluncc during which the judges performed the difficult task of choosing it prom queen. Bc-forv leaving the Country Cluh, Seniors and their 4l.itc-s incvt with Sr. Superior. NXNv!,,,... FQ Xifmi Put Luc-ci uclcls the Hnishing touches for Rollamch- In-foro she' lcnvcs for HIL' Prom. A Nlzly I lmvv Malrut. this clam-0? , . Q94 Chet asks Lorraine Lnwly llrmn qucwn julia- Ann Smuligu zmfl ln-r zlttvndzmts, Carol Hoch and Nlzlrslm Z.1k. pause' lmclr-1' Hn' staxluc-tiims. At right Iuliv crowns statue of thc l3lmsc-cl Xlutlwr wlniclm is trauliticmul ut tlw I'r0m. z 'Q Q 46' , 2 I 1 g Q 2 ii .1 1 1 Semio ip This year the Seniors decided to explore the Poconos. They stayed at the famous Mt. Airy Lodge. Although the weather was hleak, the girls found no time for homesickness or bore- dom. They enjoyed hikes in the brisk mountain air, hearty meals, horsehack riding, boating, games and parties. After five days the Seniors returned tired hut happy and anxious to tell their friends of their wonderful vacation. X55 Joanne Cardelia and Mar- sha Zak seem happy but Karin Sorensen and Susan Backes must be homesick. thu Rollande Aue, Carol Hoch and Elaine huhroglia seem anxious to he on their way. XVait for the others. A few of the uguestsn at the costume party pose for the photographer. Antoinette Schwartz and Iulie Ann Smoliga construct a balloon horse in their room. Sr. Superior bids the Seniors and ehaperones farewell. The Seniors had just been presented with corsages by their little sisters. The ehaperoncs were: Mrs. Gennaro Cardelia, Mrs. Stan- ley Zak, Mrs. Samuel Rubino and Mrs. Andrews. E 73 'N 1 fins-ff? Senior Week Senior wc-ck begins with fun and ends with a note of sadness. The week starts with Mission Queen Crowning and Fielcl Day. On Tuesday the Frcslnncn treat the high school to a picnic. On NVeclnesclay the Sophomorcs arc hostesses at a luncheon. After thc Bac-calanreate Nlass on Tlnirsclay, the Sen- iors liicl the underclassmen a tearful farewell. On Friday, the Seniors face the reality that their years at Villa have come to an end. A group of happy well-foal stnclc-nts rests lwforc revisiting the rcfrvslnncnt table. H ,ww MS? x v 'P 1. Av' dnt . Cl Sa N 315+ finff2Sf5' a SV ' '1"'L'E'5i A Joh' .ssl Q V! ef' gtg: , V , V if A f.q.,Q,,.- -. .mm if-'QQ 5.4- ...f 9 Ps 11 f 9 1 Q 5-Ai y ' L A M ar M 'I 'H , ff-ra Ji x I 'R em J' 7 ai .W M il ,. U- Q W1 l 'li r 5 i 5 , i K L ,X ,Q .v+, J.. A f a A ' . .1 f M t 'r r I ..-A Father Groppi clistrihutos Holy Communion to Seniors at Baccalaureate Mass. Dorothy Cantwell anrl Rosalie- Rannazzisi throw coins in the fountain signifying their wish to rcturn. Acrorcling to traclition, Senior class prcsitlcnt, Joannc Russo, conducts the ivy planting ceremony. Patricia Marks prouclly displays her cliploina to lwr athniring parents and brothvr Roger. 3 N: M 5. in in . ,ppm 7A sf" ." r i4 ilu? rowluoitiom Wlhcn the last Senior had received hcr diplmna and the day's activities were ended, once again Villa had given twenty- six young citizens to the world. These graduates faced the world fearlessly, for what they had he-en taught at Villa wcnt lveyond the pages of hooks. Kindness, undertanding, and good advice were a part of their daily lessons. They will always treasure the unforgettable memories of four happy years sur- rounded hy wonclcrful friends and classmates. For all this the graduates know that any sacrifice and struggle that they may have encountered were not in vain. 'Q A ig ' ,Z , , ,. ,,1 i 5 - iiii . ,H lr, I 8 K K gpkwk- 2 7 nz tl rgvg, ,L 1 l W , ' WPA W-,XXX X """ '-M H. XXX ' 1 w my -HA? , V 1 ' Q,gggg.,f',.,W,,,,,,W-, ,,,, ' W X ,XX XX X " f X .,,X,, X,,'X X ,w-, :,, XX ,'b WwQXi1y3gj', 'Rf 12, '-H -' ' 4 'X' ,., ,. 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'P ,mf 'E ,gk F 1 ff ' wx 'WW 'Rl , W M ,w:ll'iM'!l!sm ww X E, 11- X 1 'AQWXW1' A A SPECIAL DONORS Farm-Crest Packing Company Glendale Tavern Mr. and Mrs. S. Samuel Rubino United States Steel Corporation Fairless Hills, Pa. Villa Victoria Fathers' Club DONORS Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Altieri Lieut. and Mrs. Ernest J. Anderson, U. S. N. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Barlow Mr. and Mrs. James J. Barrett Miss Marie-Francoise Bolte Mr. Charles Bonacci Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Burkhauser Mr. and Mrs. Burzymowski Mr. and Mrs. D. Campanile Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cantwell Capital Rambler Dr. and Mrs. Gennaro A. Cardelia Mr. and Mrs. James Cartlidge Cramer's Bakery Dapper Dan Dotter Brothers-Builders, Renovations and Alterations Faculty of the Villa Victoria Academy W. L. Gable Realty Co.--Real Estate and Insurance Hartman's Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kohut Mr. and Mrs. John H. Kozlowski Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lucei Miss Patricia Marks Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Massimi Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Mellis and Family Mid State Bonding Co., Inc. Old Cedar Liquor Store and Old Cedar Inn Mr. and Mrs. James Rannazzisi Mr. Horace Reading Mr. and Mrs. Joseph .Richards Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rossi Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Salvatore Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Santore Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sesini Mrs. Josephine Shaw R. A. Steelman Co. Mr. and Mrs. M. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. David J. Hassinger Home Laundry Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Mr. and Mrs. James J. Abbott Miss Elizabeth Angiletti Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Angiletti Annapolis Grocery Harold Anshen and Co., Inc. Apai Studio Miss 'Elda Artioli Artiistic Memorial Works Atlas Sanitation Service Inc. Miss Nancy Baekes Susan Backes Mr. and Mrs. William W. Backes Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bacso Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Baginski Miss Margaret Barlow Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. James J. Barrett Barrett's Restaurant Mrs. Simon Belli Carmella S. Bencivengo Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bertone Beverly Restaurant Bill's Grocery Store Mr, Morrell Borden Bordentown Grill Mrs. Sadie Brennan Ann Brown Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buckley Mr. and Mrs. John Bugdal Dorothy Cantwell Capital Poultry Market Mr. John Carmignani Mr. and Mrs. Ted Carnes Ceasar's Sweet Shop Chibbaro Brothers Class of '60 Class of '61 Class of '62 R. Earl Coleman John R. Consentinno Mr. Robert Consentino Samuel Consentino B. Cooper Mrs. George Corio Mr. and Mrs. Charles Courtney Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Cunningham Deals Camera Shop Delaware Valley Paper Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Leuckel H. Deutz Marguerite Deutz Mr, and Mrs. Albert DiCesarc Miss Patricia DiCesare Dwyer Bros. Mr. Philip Elia Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Erath Miss Mary Erath Mrs. Philip J. Faherty Hullfish Mrs. Margaret L. Whiteman Mr. and Mrs. PATRONS Mr. William Faherty Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fakiri and Family Fink's Flower Shop Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Fiorello and Family Mr. and Mrs. A. Fogarty Dr. Joseph A. Folmer, D.D.S. A Friend A Friend Mr. and Mrs. A. Gervasoni Miss Jaequelyn Gervasoni Gianotto's Phannacy Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gianuzzi Mr. Samuel Gior ano Hamburger Haven Hammond Organ Studios Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Handler John E. Hatrak, Druggist Harold Mrs. Frank Hindley Mr. and 'Mrs. Martin L. Hoagland Mrs. Florence Hoeh Mr. and' Mrs. Frank M. Hollins, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holman Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hurst Rev. Peter Hyer Miss Ann Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Kaufman Mrs. W. F. Kelly Kiefer Family Kiernan School of Ballet Miss Katherine King Mr. Frank Kovacs Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Krajeski Anna Marie Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Kunca La Corte Bakery Bob Lang Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Leyshan Liberty Food Store Liberty Music Center Life Food Market Mr. Nicholas Maida Mr. Romolo Manfre Roger Marks Miss Vladzia Mashke Miss Adele Maylor Mr. and Mrs. Miss Geneva Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mifflin Piano Metzendorf B Arthur Meany Meany Raymond Meany Joseph Merlino Charles E. Mernon Company ros., Inc. Mrs. John Mislan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moifa R. L. Winn and Family Mr. Daniel Moohan Barbara Mylowe Rev. Gustave A. Napoleon Marge Napoleon Beauty Salon Stewart H. O'Donnell, Inc. Mrs. Edward H. O'Hara Sheila O'Hara Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Palenchar Paramount Bakery Park Lane Furniture Company Mr. C. A. Phillips, Jr. Mr. Leo Piepszak Manager Al Pitrelli-Acme Markets Edna Preston Bridal House Quality Poultry Market Miss Dora Jean Parente Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Raneri James Rannazzisi, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Reikosky Riegen and Jones Delicatessen Dr. and Mrs. James Rita Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rubino Mr. and Mrs. Walter Runowicz Adrienne Salvatore Mr. Nunzie Sandella Sanitary Supply Co. Mary Jo Santitoro, R.N. Savoy Restaurant Miss Mary Ann Scarano Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Scarano, Jr. Schaffer's Dry Cleaners John J. Scheppe Mr. and Mrs. John Scheppe Mr. Frank D. Scopelletti Mr. and Mrs. John J. Shargo Siegel's Pharmacy Mrs. Lillian Simon Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smoliga Sorrentino's Pizza House Steinel Phamiacy Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Sypek Mrs. Edward Tice Miss Patricia Tice Virfginia Turford Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vickers Mary Ellen Vickers Villa Victoria Civics Club Miss Diane Wagner Mr. and Mrs. John Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Waring West Trenton Esso Servicenter Willetts 5c to 81.00 Store Mr. and Mrs. Graham Witschief Dorothy Wolfberg Dr. and Mrs. Edward W. Zak Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Zak. Ninn-.,,,...,LwwuiJl' -AA' A M ww 4 Q, "9- 'F we.. 1' , . .MM .. ,-,. -1 Nw x . M, ig., . 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