Academy of Our Lady / Spalding Institute - Summa Yearbook (Peoria, IL)
- Class of 1953
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The Senior Class of
Spalding Institute and the
Academy of Qur Lady
proudly presents the
SUMMA at the year
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Thus it has been our choice for this SUM-
MA to use, as a theme, these traditional ob-
jects that are left behind and symbolic of the
group who relinquished them. We have fur-
thermore made it our ideal, in presenting this
SUMMA, to give to the student body a com-
plete pictorial narrative of the year. and to
portray, most vividly, those elements which
form our schools and its vibrant student life.
We earnestly hope that we have succeeded in
this aspectg and, that the SUMMA will be, to
the students, a complete record of the year
nineteen hundred and fifty-three.
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His Excellency The Most Reverend
William E. Cousins, D.D.,
Bishop of Peoria
ON THE occasion of the
Diamond Iubilee of the Diocese
of Peoria, we, the seniors of
the Academy of Our Lady and
Spalding Institute, lovingly dedi-
cate the 1953 Summa to our be-
loved Right Reverend Bishop
William E. Cousins, D.D., its
Chief Shepherd. Under his splen-
did Christlike leadership may this corner of Christ's Kingdom con-
tinue to produce fearless militant Catholics, and to expand its mag-
nificent heritage everywhere.
The class of l953, as the first graduates to receive their diplo-
mas from Bishop Cousins, seals the privilege with a pledge of fealty
and devotion to him in the Work of his grand and noble apostolate.
ADVERTISEMENTS-Page 12 1
V1ccrr of the Pr1nce of Peace
I-IIS HOLINESS POPE PIUS YH
Rev. Iohn E, Williams, C.S.V., Ph.D.
Religion, U.S. History
Through his quiet and reserved ways Father
John E. Williams has become well-liked and respec-
ted by students and faculty alikt in his one year
here as Supe11o1 Father XV1ll1ams was introduced
to the student bodv for the first time at an assembly
previous to the East Peoria football game It did not
take the students long to realize how fortunate they
were in having for a Director Father Williams Due
to his wonderful personality and splendid education
we feel certain that the name of Spalding Institute
will become more renowned under the guidance of
Rev Iohn Shxels CSV MS
After his tlllld year 'it Spdldlng tu 1 ale ytry
few who art not famrllar with our p 1nc1p'1l Father
John Shlels During his first year 'it Spalding
Fathfi was dean of Studies only in 1991 following
the departure o Father Shipman did ht bccom
principal ln this term besidcs fulfilling th man
blndlng duties of his office ht tiught CIEIUISITX
religion and trlgonomttry This xvtr becdust nf
the ever lncrtaslng iesponslhllitits of his position
hc 11m1ted his t aching to itligion Father Shitls
will alw ass be rtmemb red fo hrs pdtltnct x ithout
which ht would not hiye bten fiblt to do tht
ctllt nt ob he has
Rev. Iulius Kirchgessner, C.S.V., M.A.
Dean of Discipline
Rvligiwn, TI'lglJIlUIllL'll'j', Sulicl Ge1wnivli'y
. .r W ,Egg
Rev' Joseph Caneuu' C's'V' Rev. Lawrence White. C.S.V.
Rev. Raymond Novacek, C.S.V.
Rvligiun. English, Art,
Rvligicm, History, Soflalily
Rev. Patrick Durkin. C.S.V.
Freshman Fimthall Coach
Rev Harold Thompson. C.S.V.
Rev. Cusm:'APcxul. C.S.V. ' M.A.
Rev. Edward Heitian. C.S.V.
Rm-ligion. Frvnch. English
Rev. Maurice Dailey, C.S.V.
Rm-ligion, English, Glvv Club
Bro. Leo Ryan, C.S.V.
Rev. Iohn Monahan. C.S.V.
Bro. Ioseph Drolet, C.S.V.
B. Mus., B.A.
Ba n rl
Sister M. Estelle, O.S.B.
Bro. Robert Schofiman. C.S.V.
Biology, Genvral Sciwnct-
Mr. Iohn Errion, B.S.
Ilusinvss, Physical Education,
Ht-ad Football, Basketball,
and Basvhall Coach
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Mr. Edward Urcmich, B.A.
History, Physical Education
Sister M. Geraldine, O.S.B.
A welcome pause after the mornings work
Bro. Robert Cooney, C.S.V.
Bro. Raymond McGee. C.S.V.
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Bro. Iames Boose. C.S.V.
B.A. Bm. Richard Dcukas. c.s.v. A-B- B-5-
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vvm-ld History M' Bffvkksevmg SU?l1iHi:1q6gIilUI'?t 5552,
English, Latin, Institute Gini Coach
Mother Mary Lucllla CSI
September 3 The Academx optned lts doors to
th llrgtst studtnt body m ts tlghtx stvcn xt r
hlstorx Thr nlntts flu Stfllfllb one hundud 'ind
twtntx Jumors one hundltd and t n sophomorts
'ind ont hundred 'Ind forts fue freshman rtpre
sented tlghtten parlshts IH Pto 13 East Pcorla
Kickapoo Crut Coeur Metamora Ch1Il1cothe La
con and P km To accomodate tht lncreased en
rollment the NIus1c and Arts bulldlng for several
wars tht homc of the CYC was complttelv rtmod 1
td Th stcond floor IQ Oqulpptd for INUQIC vuth '1
bwxutlfulls 'ippolnttd studlo two IJI"1Ct1f.t rooms
'ind a Iargt sound proof room for choral groups A
largt brlght studlo and rooms for tht Summa and
Compact staff occupx the f1rst floor
Rev I D Shaughnessy Rev R C LlVlTlgSt0I'l Rev E I Phelan Rev C SChlGl'mCm
Relxglon Latm Secretarlal
Sister Mary Norbert, C.S.I. ls I emse une I Sister Gerard Ioseph, C.S.I.
Prefsct of Disciplinv History, Sociology,
S1 ter Mary Horte'1s1a CSI
Sister Mmam C S Sister Mary Dorettct C SI
H1St0fY Spamsh Latm Cafeterla
Sister Mary Robert,
Sister Mary Carlos CSI
Szster Rose Cecrlxa C SI Sxster Mary Harold C SI Slster Electu Mane C 51
Sclence Re11g1on Engllsh R911g10I1 Home Economlcs Rthglon English Smith
Speech Red Cross
1' Mary Vlcfonq C SI Slstel' MGIY Urbana C S I
Slster Mary Cletus C SI S
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lfgZ13emLy'1tE1gmEZr1il1sh Rehgmn Clues Bmlogx e lglcm ecu alla cuncc
Slster Clare Edmond C SI Sister Mary Arthur CSI
Rellgmn Muslc Glen Club
Sister Mary Iulm CSI Slster Mary Plczcld CSI
S1 ter Mary Marcla CSI
Rellglon Mathematlcs Rrllglon Iltm Sodfrllty
Secretalal SCILHCL CSMC
Rcllglon Engllsh Llbmllan
Mrs Dorothy Reynolds Mlss Rita McL1nden
Phg SICHI Educatxon Hump Economlcs
Sister M DOHIIHIC C SI
Re llgmn NI 11114 maucs
Slster Mary Agnetta C SI
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At The Academy
Laureen Hlbser Treasurer
Pat Crrlly V1ce President
Jane Hanley Presldc nt
Sue Stewart Secretary
Jerry Murphy Presldent
John Slevln V1ce Presldent
Jim Cusack Secretary
Art Johnson Treasur
CLASS OF 1953
The class of .J3 although separated 1n two
dlffercnt schools IS closely umted rn class
Splflt Rlght after the opemng of school tht
blggcst evf nt on the agenda the elcctlon of
class offlcers was held by both groups Spald
mg clected Jerry Murphy John Slevin Jamts
Cusack and Arthur Johnson to govern thenr
senior affalrs The Academy chose Jane Han
lay Suzanne Stevs art Patr1c1a Lrrlly and
Closely followmg the opemng of the school
ye ar was the commencmg of a hlghlv succr ss
ful football season Spaldmg had an lIlVlIlClblL
team but above all the team won a terrxflc
Iomecommg game for the graduates Susan
McLaughl1n was elected Homecomlng Queen
and relgned over the dance wlth the football
kmg Dan Uranlch The f1ght1ng Ir1sh cl1
maxed Its 8 and 2 season by Wlflnlng the clty
Champlonshlp for the frrst time slnce 1947
f om Woodruff m the Turkey Day game
Football season was no soontr ovtr than
Partlcularly stlmulatlng at tht Spaldmg
concert and at all functlons throughout tht
war was thc muslc provlded by the new
.spaldmg and Acadtmy band
Highlighting the holiday vacation was the
Senior Christmas dance, the "Holly Hop."
Freddy Stevens serenaded the attendants in
the Blue Room of the Pere Marquette Hotel.
Spalding class president, Jerry Murphy, escort-
ed and crowned the Queen of the dance, Mar-
garet Keenan, and for the first time in the his-
tory of the dance, favors were given to all the
Probably the biggest event of the year as
far as the class of 1953 and the rest of the
student body is concerned was the opening
of the Spalding Gymnasium The three quar
ter of a million dollar building 1S exquisitely
designed in every detail from the combined
auditorium gymnasium to the cafrtc r1'1 and
youth center The dedication cerrmony was
given its final touch when Spaldings basket
ball team avenged Alleman in the first game
in the new gym
Another first this year was the Penny
Carnival given by the seniors of the Academy.
Besides providing entertainment for many,
enough profit was realized to refurnish the
Academy reception room.
Three other notable things were accom-
plished by the senior class. The Spalding sen-
iors had fresh flowers put before the statue
of the Blessed Virgin Mary every week
throughout the school yearg gains were also
made in the field of journalism. The size of
the Institute was increased from four to
six pages and the page size of the yearbook
Following the Easter vacation the more
thcatrically minded presented the comedy
Meet Mc in St Louis at the Academy
Commencement exercises for the Acad
emy June 2 and for Spalding June 3 brings
to a close a memorable four years in the lives
of the class of 53
At The Academy
Mary Fran ces Hunt
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lute Stzifl' '53, Czimerzi Club 'BL 'SIL
Oh, to be intelligent
"HL-'s our earwdiii eliekerf'
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ARMENTROUT, IDA BARBIER, THOMAS BARTH, HENRY BARTOSIK. MILDRED
St. Philomenu: Compziet Staff all St. Ceeiliu: Institute Staff '5IS: Soeizil St, Bernzird. St. Peter: Clubs: Speech '32, Fuluie
Active Sorlzility '51, 'SIM Mission Rep. Committee '53: Bowling '31, 'Tvilz -.W .. .,- , , -, ,A 4, . -- Nurses '32, Cain-ei's Calling '53, Month-
'5:i, summii Stuff: Clulisz elim-l-i-S emi' Ill1I'2lTTlUI'2llS '50, '51, '53, '5:sq mil' ni. "Ik H Nl' Um' 15 Mun t" Nm' ly 1Iurs"s Dan' 'Sli
ing. Monthly Mziifs Daly, '52, '53, --A Cm.l.,., Ch0,-ui,---
"Youthful wisdom, and maturity." "XVit makes its own welcome."
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St, Philomena: Bowling '53, St, Mziry: Clubs: Monthly Mary' Szieiecl Henri: Sodality Rep. '32, Ae- St. Bernard: Honor Roll 111: Inixui-
Uzealmus but mmdostr-i Dub' '53, Speech '52, Civics '30 iixlil Soflfilit?Lg"vl,c'32. '53:cCiiA,A. '50, murals '32, '53,
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Quill nut i liithlu Pal Clubs: Gund Counsel '50, Spvwh ,EL ingTLlukl1 x:lillfiiiil, lo ilisiim nolli
"Guy of ln-aii'L and lmgrlil of
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AGAN, ARLENE ALIG, RITA ANDERSON, IOSEPH ANGEL, IOANNE
St. Philomena: Honor Roll l1l: Mis St, Mary, Metamora: Honor Roll 12m St. Mark: Honor Roll 47M Bowling St. Mary: Artive Sodalily Q51, '32Z
sion President '5Ii: Mission Rep. '50, Student Couneil Rep. '52: National Hon- '50. Stimm511Stag: gl1uI'lmaytG1rl0'.m2-:1OpgE-
National Honor Soeiety '53g Clulms: or Soriety '5Iig G.A.A. '51, '52, '53 ., X Vh ., S 1. G d dk, t eta ':1.-'5':- PLL U71 '-1. 'D. 'JS
Tennis '5o. Monthly Mary's Day '53, Clubs: Spanish '52, '5:s, Library '50 Omg' fxeffdslflc' "F " me S no G.A.A '50, '51, '52, '54,
Careers Calling. Ion '51
"A quiet bundle of energy."
St. Mark: Red Cross Rep. '50, '51s
"On the basketball floor a whiz!
St. Philomena: Football '51, '52g In-
Glee Club '50, '51I Clubs: Bios '53 tramurals '50, '51, '52, '5J5.
Monthly Mary's Day '5:s. Freneh 'L7'
'53, Careers Calling.
"Lovely hair and personality to
S-t. Philomena: Honor Roll 14': So-
"A worker not a dreamer."
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. . Bernard: Honor Roll 11I: Football
iality H131 Glee Club '51, '52, '53: Na- '71, '51Z: Baseball '52, '5Ilg Intramurals
1 '30 '51 'T' 'Tl
ltional Honor Society T33 Intramurals
4 'tif the in-ar: is run of lim-, are is
'AAs man thinks in his heart. so is
full ol' joy,"
"Laughter and gayety hide many
a serious thought."
S E N I O R C L A S S
Oh Darling! You say the sweetest things!
If you elect me president ,
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St, Patrick: Honor Roll 171: Nation-
al Honor Society '52. '53: Summa Staff
'53: Intramurals '53g Sodality '52:
Glce Club '52, '53: Tennis '50, 52:
t'l"olite-ness is the
child of love,"
St, Mary. El Paso: Honor Roll 171
Summa Staff 53: Institute Staff '53
Soflality '53: Intramurals '51, '53
"It ls htttti to it th
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St. John: Honor Roll 121: Intramure
'They who have the best insight
are highly favored. ' '
COMERFORD, PATRICIA KAY
St, Patrick: Clubs: Speech '52: Bios
'31: Civics '5Il: Careers '53: Monthly
Mary Day '53,
"When run is brewing, count on
St, Mark: Honor Roll t5v: Summa
Staff 53: Class Officer '52: Quill and
Scroll '531 Football '51, '523 Intramur-
als '50, '51, '52, '53,
"A Fred Astaire in the making."
CONLEY. BARBARA ANN
St, Philomena: Prom Attendant 512:
Active Sodality '52, '53: G,A,A
'50, '51, '52, 53: Clubs: Career '53:
Monthly Mary Day '53,
"Sweet as honey with plenty of
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ISL gchnz Courtesy Girl
Bios 03: Careers 53: Marv Dax' 'Ti
Speech 'BBQ Civirs '50,
"As natural as a floxxt-I
St. Mark: Student Counri
G,A.A. '50, '51 '512Z Glee
Cluhs: Speech '5J!: Caivt-rs
ly Mary Day '53,
mln the midst of mischie
COREY, MARY IANE
St, Mark: Circulation
Compact '53: Mission Rep. '.w4J: Cluh
Career 53: Bios '53: Spt-t-eli '5
Monthly Mary Day' 514.
"A warm heart i't't'lec'tt'cl in a SUN!
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BOUR, RICHARD BOYER. EUGENE BOYLE, GERALDINE BUCKLEY, IOHN
St, Boniface: I'onVifi4'z1l Crew '50, '51, St. Bernzxrdg Inlrumuxzils '51, '52. St. Mark: Sorlulity Rep. '54l: Red S. Joseph, Pekin: Honor Roll 1513
GIQ:l,Ex.mk lalgfglnulumuruls "The Hood in men will keep growing Qllflrcglitngl' QS? Wasketllilll '52' '53' Smliul Committee
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"The highest natures are the most buddy' Fmnch ,533 Cmlvm' '53' "He who aims ul high things is
responsive." "If life were il howl of Ger1'ys" hiyund fm- succggg,
Wh0'5 got the key?
CAMP, DAWN CLARK. MARILYN
Operetta '51: Cluhs: Art '5U. '51. '52, St. Bonifzxee: Drum Mzljorelte: Cluhs:
'5f2: B os '5S5: Czireel' '5I5: Monthly Bios '51: Speeeh '5Slg Careers 2333
Mary Day '51i. ..Iwn'hly Mary Daly '53,
"Flowing huh' und duneing feet." "Exe:ls as il mzijoxv,-tie."
COURI, BETTY ANN COWIN, IOHN
St. Putriek: Business Manzlgez' f f St. Joss-oh: Hi-nor Roll lTf: Intri-
Swmma '51-1: Compact Reporter '50: murals '50,
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Clul'f',SpUfllw ,B1,'lT, 'll' Gino' DU' 4'Beware of the silent IIJI' he alone
AI fn 11.5 31.115 Dng 55. knows uhm he thinks."
"Never lou busy In smile."
St. Ceeilia: Mikado Scenery '5
Summa Staff: G.A.A. '50, '51: Canta
'51, Clubs: Art '50, '51, '52. '53.
"Painting herself a rosy future."
All right, you mean boysg let my dear little angels alone.
Sl. Mark: Honor Roll til: Summa
Staff: Instituto Staff: Football '51: In-
tramurals '50, '51, '52, '53: Glee Club
"I may regret my speech but never
St. Bernard: Honor Roll lllvg Baseball
'51, '52, '53: Intramurals '51, '52, '5Il:
Institute Staff '52, '53.
"There is no formula for thc dis-
covery of truth."
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DAWSON. PHYLLIS DELANEY, RICHARD DERSCH. HENRY
St T-lark: Civics '5ll: Speerh '52: Si. Cecilia: lifvvsling '51: Intramurals St. Cecilia: Honor Roll :Tv
Careers Calling '5Jl: Monthly Mary Day '51: Glee Club '51, '52, '52l: Social murals '50, '51: Summa Staff.
'53, Committee '52, l-Bill' Stall- '52, '515v: -Pontifieal
"Honest and sincere." "Sometimes serious. sometimes smil- 'll' ,-'ll' 332' 53: 5f'l"'ni',l H"n"'
ing, always friendly." 0191? Qulll and 50"
"Still water runs deep."
DOOLEY. KATHLEEN DOUGHERTY, GERALD DOWNING. IO ANN
St. Philemena: Summa Staff: Alon'h- St. Mark: Intramurals '5rl. '51, '52, St, Joseph: Glen- Club '5ll. '51, '52
ly Mary Day '53: Clubs: Biology '5llg '53, G.A,A. '5ll. '51Z: Clubs: Spvveli '51, '52
Speeeh '511 Career Calling '53, ..-I-U ,in ,',-wk Um, IUYUS is in M, help' Civirs "ll: Career Calling '53, Monthly
"Barrels of laughter. . . tricks ga- pg." Mary Day 5.4.
lore." "Carefree and gay. just plain J. D,'
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CRILLY, PATRICIA CRUTCHER, IOHN CURRO. IOSEPHINE CUSACK, IAMES
St. Pvtvr: SI. 15:1-mlan. New York St, Cecilia: wt. 191-dv Aram-niy '50, St. Bernard: Clubs: Bius'5l:Sp0u1'li Sl. Hi-rnard: llunor Roll 171: 1-'mils
1'i.y fill: Svniur Class S1'c'i'i'1al'5': Smlal- llvin-ir Roll 131: Summa Stall' '5I1: In- '52: Carvvr '5Zl3 Mary Day '53, ball '50, '51, '5L2: liaskcilrall '51,
ily lli'pl'oscn1zi1iYv '51: Avlivc Sudalily stilulc Staff '5Jl: Quill anfl Srrull '5JS: "A kn1H'k fur willy 1-,immfksy '52, '5Sl: Baseball '50, '51, '51 '555Z
'51, '52, '5Z43 Troasurcr Nurse-s Club Intramurals '50, '51, '52, '5ii: Buwling ' Summa Sta1f'51S: Xv1l'l'1'l'l'S1I1l'Y'l1 0I'N21-
S4'c'rvlai'y '5I5: Clubs: G.A,A, '51, '51, 511, '53, liunal Honor Suvivly '52, '5Il: Class
'52, '5Zl: lawns '512: Spanish '52, 5515 --mvus mum. tht. um-ld gn l.Hund.-- U1'1ici'r '52, '53,
Mary Day 5.4.
"Always a Clover Cumohavk.
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DICKERSON. IOHN DOLAN, MARY AGNES
Sl. H1lF1l1'1lL'1'I liuwlinpg '51, '52, '53, Clubs: Civirs '51l: Bins '51: Spvvvli
Intramurals '52, '53, '5D: Caron-r '5J4: Mary Day '53,
"Bust liappinvss is livaltli ul' liuarl "Hur smile rings a musival nu1c."
DOYLE, ROBERT DUKE, MARGARET ANN
St, Patrirk lllvo Cluli '52: Baml '53, St, Hornarili Mission l1s-p:'vscnta11x'i-
.. , .- . , . . 'f ' " ' ' -- 'f"' Clulisi
A pull- and simplv hi-all rlianxfv-s fn' ,ffm ,4'-'mfnfukf A I I ,,,,,
ml.-S pulsuns into m0,m.im.--- sp.-1-1 li ml. Lalovx 5.1, 31.115 Day 5.1,
"l'nisv :xml pzillviivv lu lvuinf'
"An alhlulic hurric'anu."
llflio said chivalry is dead?
Tune in tomorrow-Will Iohn marry Marcia?
St. John: Honor Roll 4T': Summa
Staff '5Z3: Instituto Stall' '5I4: Social '5U: Compact Staff '51: G.A.A. '5U:
Commitlcv '52, '5Z4: Class Ufficor '52: Clubs: Glev Club '50, '51: Future
Intramurals '5ll. '51, '52, '5Z4: National Nursus '5LZ. '5Ji: Monthly AIary's Day
Honor Sorivty '52, 'Sli 'fill
"The thinker is never lonely," "Quiet charm you can't resist."
St. Mark: Student Council Trt-asurcr
Sl. Patrick: Honor Roll IGI,
"Thurc is no higzlwr qua ' Q
FEENEY, SHARON FINNEGAN, DONALD
St. Bernard: Honor Roll 171: Summa
Staff '53: Instituto Staff '52, '53: Pon-
tifical Crow '50. '51, '52. '53, National
Honor Soviety Se0I'etary '52, '53: Social-
ity Prefcvt '51i: Glu' Cluli '51.. '53,
"A true thought outweighs a for-
St. Thomas: Artivv Sotlality '52, '53Z
Summa Staff '52-1: Stamp Committvc
'5Jl: Cluhs: Puturt- Nursvs '53s Bit-loqy
'5Il: Monthly Maly Day '5Zl: G.A.A.
"Nh-rry as thc month ol' Flay,"
Q 1' ff-4 'R
FRANKEN, IOANNE GARDNER, LUCILLE GEIER, LOUIS GILTNER, IMELDA
St. .lost-ph: Upvrutta '51. '52: G.A.A. St. Bt-rnard: Honor Roll 131: Nation- St. Monic-a: lI'l1I'ill'TlLlI'i1lS '52, '53, Si, .lohnz Clubs: Gloo Clul: '5o. "vi
'5Zi: Clubs: Cl00Clul1 '51, '52: Monthly al Honor Soriety '53, Cood Counsel -A V ., ind, --11 ik, Q' Symcvrli '52: Spanish '7... 'TI
Mary Day '5?l: Cart-L-rs Calling '53, 1,413 Mission flop, '52: iumma Stall' DSI E:?gl'5:,miifW:lIff1 ml L Nm LMI L-Hlllng '5Z5: Monthly Mary Day
"Dimp1eg and cherry Qhsggkgf' 'Q33 S'flilllf5' RUP- .533 AFUW-' fUfl2illlY "Spt'f'lal to many . . , .A fricntl it
nn. '52, 21:41 cam- Club. no, nz, 1,113-
"A fzrarvful sinrerity dwolls in u
DUNNE, RICHARD EASLAND, KAY
S2 Patrirkz Bowling '52, '555: Intra- St. Bernard: Intramurals
murals '54l, '51, '52. '5Il, '53,
'Top notch on any list." "Virtue is like at raro sta
EVERETTS, MARY ANN
'50, '5l. St. Peter: XX'ooflrul'f high school '5lJg
Clubs: Caron-rs Calling '55l: Monthly
mc, host Mary Day
"I-Ivvryday tasks slit- muvts
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FOLEY, FRANCIS FOX. ROBERT
St. Patrirk. Washington: Honor Roll St. Bvrnarrl: llonor Roll l7+: Valwliv-
till: Rowling '52, '52l: Intramurals '51, torian: Sfirial Committvv S5152 East-hall
"Good things roms- in small parlv V341 Ifllufnlurfflf "I" "li M'tl"n4ll
ugvs-'Y llonor bovis-ty 5.5.
"Knowlvclgt- is thc lliglivst
if 'Ae -476
2 , ,Q
GOANE, IOHN GRIMM, IOANN
St. Vhilomona: Intramurals '50, '5l. Sam-rvd Ht-art: Clulvs: llistory 5.3:
'52, '533 Institutv Stall' '5Ii: Bowling Spa-rrli '5Jl: Cart-t-rs Ca ' '
.i.', Al. --fu!
"Tho svr'rs't ol' style' is llw high
thought aml purv lvl-ling."
0, quit-t. and rlcw-r."
St. Patrirk: Honor Roll 15m National
ll-inor Sorit-ty '5Il: Artivu Smlality '52.
'513: Band '5Z4: Red Cross Rmp. '533
in A tj,fx,A.g'50, '51: Cluhs: Ions '52g Latin
Witli all those books, whom are you trying to ool
'ft R'vnl1'u"r-: Glen Cluh
Style Show '50: Clubs: Biongx
"Soma-limus q u i ol , lv u
HESSLING, CHARLES HESSLING, SUZANNE HEYD, CHARLES HEYL, HARRY
St, Bernard. St, Josvph: Glu Club '51, '512: Clubs: Sl, Bernard: Honor Roll VTP: Football St. Mark: Honor Roll 'TH Glu L
H Y V , A. I Chemistry 53: Biulngy 'ggi puma. 'my' '31, '52: Imramurals 50. '51, '33, '523 Instituto Staff '51, 'BZZQ Quill md
mucxf, "ho knows hlmwlf' kmms Nurses '5:a. jx, Glclgbclub '52, '53, Sumnla srflrf sf-1-U11 '52, azz,
' '33 p"mlf'f'a1 CNW 00- 51- 'UQ' 'J-5' "Truth cruslwzl to L-4:1111 xxlll :sm
"Best foot forward. ' '
Nzltionul Honor Suri:-ty '53.
'AA true son of tho gridiron,"
' gfzr me-r-f
ls KA .
HOERDEMAN, CHARLENE HOLLIS, MARY ANN HOULIHAN. IAMES HUNT, MARY FRANCES
St. Ccriliu: Mission Rep, 'Blu Rc-rl Sv, IR-1-lliu' Stylc Show 'Blk Christ- 521. Vllilomvnzxz Bowling '50, 'Sip SI.Thomz1sg llunoI'Rl1ll1TI X lluln
Cross Rep. '52: "Blum-lmu:'zl" 'Twflz masPlz1y '3L2: Sp:-of-h Clull '52, ln11':umumls'5ll. '51, to1',:1ng Nzltionnl llonor Socntx
SUV' Shml' '51 --A Sgr-11 girl U, knuwj- --Happy iw luvkv.-v S'VIl2llltj' PI'C'l,l'f'l full: Sl'll2llll3 Ntllt
"Always a helping hand to lend," V . 53, N.m-l-Jmflzlliib' 'N' 53. fl Nils
slon Rep. ':11: Compuvl Stuff M ul
Library Asst. '51: Clubs: Lzxtln m ui
Art '52: I.ilxrnry 'Sli "Ions
"ln wit zulull . . , humilllx lcnlml
St. Mark: Honor Roll 1413 Svniur
C.z1s,: lrosiflt-nl: Junior Cizxss Offim-z':
Rt-tl Cross llvjv. 'Bill Glcc Cluh fill,
Q13 G.A.A. 'Bog Future Nurses Clulm
'4Shc'i1 liztvu suvccss in all sho
St. Fhilomcnat: Honor Roll fir: Troo-
surcr of Sc-nior Class: Prom Cttvt-n -- . ,, , -
Altcnflzint '5LI: Busincss Mztnziggr of ,l.l,3om'U' mul not M MIM I" "V
Compact 'msg s-,utility Rt-p. 'Bop stu- A ' '
flont Coumvil Rc-p. '513: Clubs: Futun-
Nursrs '52, 'BSL
"Likvzihlc :incl lovclyf'
IRELAND, MARGARET MARY
St. Burnurd: Honor Roll Ili: Sumzvu
Swift' 'BILL Avtivo Sodality '51. '52, 'Fnflg
Mission Svvrotzirv '32: Sfudtnt Coun ll
Svr'rt-tary '51: Mission Rep, '53,
HSXK'L'0t, smart, und stylish."
HARRMANN. CAROLYN HARTNETT. DAVID
St. Moniva: Clubs: Spc-och '523 Biol- St. Ccriliu: Honor Roll 131g Footlmll
ogy :fill Futurt- Nursvs 523 "Blues '523 Baseball '52, '33,
'Mfd -333 Chmfmfls may 023 Style "Without suvrificc, noble life is im-
Show '.i1. possible' --
4'Lots of fun in evvry way."
St. Bcrnard: Honor Roll :Sag Intra-
nuxxils 'Stl '51. '5Il: Institute
Siufi 'Bl 'BIL
4'l,f-vc of tru'h is tht- lmsis ot' chair-
St. Mary. Kickapoo: Honor Roll l6v
'4Fzimv hovvrs over the brow of
those who look bvyond how."
The snake pit.
Looks Hkc the person I used to date
Qc' 44 Q
St. Philomena: Honor Roll 471: Sum-
ma C0-Editor: Institute Staff '51, '52
'5Z5: National Honor Society '51l: Quill
' anrl Scroll '52, '53: Class Offirvr '531
Suclality Treas. '5Z5: Glee Cluh '5LZ. '53,
Intramurals '50, '51, '52, '53,
"lf the mind is rivh. tht- man is
KELLY, IOANN KENNEDY, THOMAS KENNY, FRANCIS KES!-INER. EARL
V- St, Patrivk:v Clul1s:HSp0t-C11 '522: Bins St. Mary: Intramurals '51, '52, '53, St, Patric'k:,Instjtutv Staff '5JS: Intra- Honor Roll 471.
"V I'Utu"0 Nurses 92' "Half won is match well made." murals 31' ng' 'M' "Tho best men are matic by hard
"A laugh is the same in any lan- "Thvre- is nu jay but in ht-ing uso- xx-ark."
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KOEHLER, ROBERT KOERNER. PHYLLIS
St. Mary. Sl, Mary: Compact Fe-ature Editor
UTM, lruumo ig Small, thi, 1-un is '5IS: Bowling '5IlZ Clubs: Bir1s'51: His-
gu,m--- ' ' ' ' tory '52,
A quiet worker, "
KOEPPEL, IAMES KSYCKI, ROSEMARY
St. Bfmnifarv: Orrhvstra '50, '51: Art Si. B'1n1'at'e: Cumnaut Rt-pwrtcr '5!g
Club '51 '53, Compact Mako-up Edilm' '5Il: Clubs:
-ATI . ,t.mi.,l muah. mm,QU.0 -1 Futurv Nurses '5JS: Gund Cuunsvl 'Bug
it J 1 . , , . ,
It Iunrz DJ.
"Shu makt-s l'rit-mls in hor mvn
'tllc walks as it' llc trolls upon
St. Mary: Sodality Hcp. 'Blk Activt
:lotlality '31, '31., Twfl: Clubs: Bios '3l:
French 'SICQ Good Counscl '5tlg G.A.A,
'50, '51, '31
Htln hand whcn good timcs arc cook-
St. llcrnavrlz Rcll Cross Rep. 'Blk St, Joseph: Honor Roll 12t. Iiaskt-1.
Clubs: Ifuturc Nurscs '52, '33 Prcs.: hall '53,
spew" ""Z BMS 'U' 'Fair xxottls ncvur hurt thc tongut-."
"Dancing cycs and fricndly fca-
LAFEBER, GERALD LAHOOD, EUGENE
St. Vllilornt-nal Football '51. 'SEL In- Sl. Jost-ph: Camera Club '52, '31
l"f'nH'V:"S ""' '71' "L 'M' "Thc hcst way to kt-cp good acts
'AA smflc may lac full ol' cncouragc- mcmory if. to .1-t'ra-sl' them,"
mcnt. tllligcncc. anti lovcf'
If t 2
KAYLOR. IUDITH KEEFE, KATHRYN
St. Philomcna: Honor Roll ttvz Stu- St, Bt-rnarci: Mission Hcp. img Rt-ti
tlcnt Council Rvp. 'Twill Chccrlcadcr 31. Cross Hcp. 'Eli Glcc Clulw '31, 'T-12: tlpcr-
'12, '5Il: Accordion Band '5IS: Flulms: 4-lla 'SLZQ Stylc Show '5l: Spt-4-ch Clull
Spccch '52l: Ions 'EIGL Carccrs 'BSL '33,
"Pep in a small packagt-," "l'hal'min7,: and tlainty on hcr tous."
' .f , '55,
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St, Philomc-na: Intramurals '50, '51
Hlloncst lalmr hears a lovely faccf
It looked extremely "rocky" ....
Sacred Heart: Honor Roll 42l: In-
tramurals '50, '51, '52: Bowling '5H:
Glcc Clulm '51
"Not a man of iron, but of live
LYLE, WILLIAM MCCLUHAN, IOHN MCDONALD, PATRICIA
St. Thomas: Intramurals '50, '51, St. Edward, Chillicothe, St. Joseph. Pekin: Honor Roll 4tlv: Sa-
'51J: Rowling '30, '51, .JI-he men of amion must tmwm. lulatorian: Nationalkllonor4Socic1y 'TV31
i'What should a man do but he tm-mselves into the full stream of Q"'E'!l1"V,5F1mmfl "A: "5ft'W',.f"'if'!l'y
merry-vw href- 11. n'2. ,MZ Qpcrctla .u1. .w..: hlcc
Cluli '50, '51, '02, H1241 lvllllllil G.A,A,
11: French '33,
"Smart as can he and just as frienrl-
MCQUELLON, NANCY MALONE, MARY KAY MANNING, MAUREEN MARINI, MARLENE
St. QIax'y:Style5how'50, '51, Clubs: St, Philomena: Honor Roll 171: St. Patrick: Honor Roll 13m Na- St. Edward, Chillicotht-: filet- Clulx
Bios 212: Nurses 'nl Natiwnal Honor Society 'Blix Man- tional Honor Society '52S: Compact '50, '51, 'SLEL Bowling 'Bit Compact
--Makes all Smile w1-,Qney,s.,- S1155 aging Editor of Compact '33: Sodality Editor '32i: Sodality Representative '51, '31: Clul---: Nurses 'Biz Rios 'fiiig So-
aroundf' llepresentativc '50: Red Cross Repro- 52: Compact Reporter '32, ciology '33,
W,n'?lI'W "V Pfam Amxnmllt V231 "Business not-S hand in hand with 'tlww of humor :Iwi ol' urzlumt-nt."
XIHZSIUTI Treasurer JLJ1 Cluhs: Bios '.w1: fun and mugmvr H
Latin Till: Nurses '32, 'Sill Chemistry '
Z8 "A friendly manner and a pleasant
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LARSON, LAWRENCE LARSON, LOUIS LEE. DIXIE LONG, IOHN
Sl. U-f'll1.lg llllnll: Rwll 43.3 lzllxxllmg SI. L1-4-illglg llflnlwl' Hull ll': llmxqng SI. Many Slyll- Slum 'Tulg Klum: Sl. l'.lll'l4'k1 I-'lv-llll.nIl Tal. 2'-3. lnlm'
'SL 'ELL 'Tu.Z. 'T-l. 32: lnlrzulmnzlls full, Tvl. '32, full. lllslury' 'fill limlnggy 'SIL murzxlx Tull. 'SIL
"Km-vp jlllll' In-ml :ami XULII' lu-.ul ulll AVI Um' 'M' "l'vIi1v m I'lj.flll't'. slylnll in mlrcw. "llL1p1m- HI bully :xml lu-nr'l."
s XIIIIIPH un' l'zl1'n- lrul nut ll-xx.
H, COLLEEN MCLAUGHLIN, SUZANNE
SY. Nlzlzlc. Sl-nlzllxlx 'T-H1 Ulm- Clulv Sl. C1-1'1l 11: lrlrmwxlllv lllgxr v'l1v-I'
'l . fm: Clullf: Spzmlflx 'Tv1. "ull: l'l'll"l'Yll14'. Ill. 'Twill H1lI11L'4'HlIIlU5l QUK'-'ll
Swm-'ll 233. lli-xlHl'5 53: lllwlHI15 ful. 'TwL': Clulms: l-'utlvxv Mum-s ALJ. 'full
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"A sum-I luv full ul' lsluglllul' .lull
BERNADINE MARSH. ROSEMARY
S' lla-rnzml: Stullwnl f'HL1ll1'll livpxv- Sl. lS4lx1iI'm'm-: S1310 Slum 31. fllllwl
-1-'l'..l1xv 'SH Kllvv Clull full, ful. 312: m.lN Vwrwn-11 "wl. Clulvx: flwul l'ul1:l--l
"Kl1k:l:lu" '31, "Sxu-rllwzllly' "ml: 'img Syn-4-vll Tll: lllfw 'fvfl
'VN' INN 'll "HV llllll- Fmlull. llul xvly l.ux'gv lvl
"llglpp5 gl, luvliy .nl xxllrlq I nl lx:-1111"
Hc1lbr'rt's having a ball.
5:4 'Alt is seldom that virtue and
l g? A sr. Mark.
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ness settle on one man,"
Watch out for splinters.
MILLOY, WILMA LOU
St. Boniface: Projection Crew 52:
"Always anxious to share with
others. ' '
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"A man of sound and composed
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MIRANDE. IOSEPH MITCHELL. ANTHONY MORRIS, IEANNE
'?t.v..lohg11 klflofioa Roll gl: Football St. Maryf Intramurals '51. St. Philomena: Clubs: Future Nurses
'J , fl.: 'gs e-in . , '5:sp Base- on is only in solitude a man belongs '5:sq Biology '31,
'fall 'll' 32' 335 National Honor SO' to himself." "Hurd work is allways l'uwzi:'do1l."
"The Cyuno 01' the athletic squads."
MYATT, IOHN NAHAS, IOHN NAUMAN. MARY ANN
St, Philomena: Bowling '52, '53: St. Mary: Tennis 232: Intramur- St. Fhilomena: Prom Queen 52: Civ-
G-'lf '51: Glee Club '51. '52, '539 Sum- als '50, '51, '52: Glee Club '52, '53: ics '51: Biology '51: Speech '52: G,A.A
ma Staff '53: Social Committee. Sjimmji Staff '5Q: Institute Staff '51, '50, '51: American History '52
--self truth is the first secret of '02 '031 Band 00- f-Quick. friendly. and nom,"
success." "A pound of pluck is worth a ton
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Ml-IUSHARD, ROBERT MECI-IAM. IANE MEISENHEIMER, MARLENE METZ, IUDITH ANN
St. Cccilia, St. Philomena: Sodality '51: Glee St. Joseph: Summa Staff '5Ii: Com- St. Philomona: Compact Staff '51g
--L01 an things 1,0 dune dwcntly Club '31, '52: Clubs: Clothing '51g pact Staff '50: Glco Club '31, '511: Glen- Club '50, '31, 512: Clubs: Spanish
,md in ,,m,,.r-H Spanish Trcas. '52: Spanish 53. Operetta"5'1, 532: Clubs: Spanish '5L5: '32, '5Il: Bios 'Sli History '52,
--Full of glmd cheer-H lice-presldentW'.n2g Bios .mfg Opurctla -.Small but active in every way-.,
St, Patrick: Honor Roll 121: Football
'51, '523 IHIHIITIUIZIIS '50, '31, '52, 'SIL
The licart we bcar within us makes
"Thc fincst edge is made with the
03: Speech 02: History JZ.
"Her eyes tell a story of love, life,
St, Philomcna: Institute Staff '51,
'32: Editor '53: Summa Staff '53:
National Honor Society '53, Quill and
Scroll '52, '33: Class Officer '533 Social
'tHe never thinks himsclf apart from
his fellow men."
St. Bernard: Honor Roll 1513 Bowling:
"The superior man is slow in work
and honest in Conduct."
Methinks we need a 'fponyn
Where lasting friends are made
St, Bernard: Honor Rull 411
'51, Intramurals '52,
"ll.xppinc-ss is a pleasure
une never need repent."
PILON, ESTELLE PIO, YVONNE
St. Thumas: Sudality '51, '52, '53, St, Joseph: Glee Cluh '51, '512g Oper-
Qlee Club '50, '51, '52, '51S3 Opervtta Utta '51: Bins '5I4.
51, ,will Gmail Sfuunscl Club 'Wi "Niro tn he natural, when one's
G,A,A. '50, '51, '52.
"She sings as sweetly as an angel."
St. Thomas: Hunur Rull till: Intra-
murals '50, '51,
"He who has lived quietly and ull
svurt-ly has lived well."
POWERS, MARY ANN
St. Philumena: St. Marys Academy,
St. Mary, Kiekzapuug Hiiniwr
N21UVU1t- ill, 50- '51IWS0diiliiy '53 '533 "Simple thought is his utmust skill.
Humeenming Queen 52: Summa Staff
'5Z4: Clubs: Latin Pres, '52: Speech '53,
"A cheerful face shows a happy
ROBERTS, IOAN RYAN, IAMES ST. GERMAIN, IAMES
St, Mark, St. Philumenag lflonrn' Roll 4A2u: ln- St. Philiimi-nh: Intramurals '51,
.Laughing Clwtwulncss throws sun- stitute Sta,tf"51, '52, '53.:'If1m'lvlI1g '5243 Bmvling '50, '51, '5L!.
light on all the paths of lite." B,?'lbu11 DJ' Immmumls JU' "L "-3' "Tis' immortality tu miie aspiring.
"Show me what thou readeth su l
may know thee."
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St. Philomenrtz Wausau Senior High
School '51, '51Z: Carnival Queen At-
tendant '5I3: Clubs: Speech '53,
"Deep in voice --V light in heart."
Doing a rushing business?
,Ar 'WSW titer...
"I leave not till I finish this lair
pact '53: Glec Club '50: Clubs: Span-
ish '51, '5fZ: Speech '52: Bios '51,
"Horses 4 her favorite pastime."
St. John: Active Sodality '51,
'53: Advertising Manager of the Coin-
St, Thomas: Honor Roll 1-ll: Summa
Co-Editor: Vice President of Student
Council: National Honor Society '5I3:
Active Social-ty '51, '52: Clubs: Speech
'5,5: Bios '51: Latin '52: G,A.A. '52:
St, Thomas: Compact '53: Junior
Class President '52: Active Sodality
'52: Glee Club '51: Mission Rpresenta-
tive '51: Student Council '5tl: G.A.A.
HEX-CI-Vi,1,m--5 fl-icmij' Career '53: Projection Crevv '52,
"Makes many friends and keeps
SHEA, PATRICIA ANNE SIMCOX, DONNA SLEVIN, IOHN SMITH, BEVERLY ANN
St. Mark: G.A,A. '50. '51: Glee Club St. Cecilia: Sodalitv Representative St, Mark: Honor Roll ltirg Football St, Marv: Clubs: Bios '5!: Glee L
'51, '52, '5IS: .lunior Class Officer 512: '51: Artive Sodality '51: Red Cross '50, '52: Intramuials '50, '51, '53, '51lg '50, '51,
President of Speech Club '523 President Rep, '52: C,A,A. '50, '51, Summa Stall Co-Editor '53: President -- -. . . .. - ,. H ..
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Library Club '52, '55, ' and Scroll '5Ii: Class Officer '52, '5l3:
"The center of mirth,"
Assistant Freshman Football Coach,
"Few things are imposible to dili-
gence and skill."
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"Always ready to have a
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STREITMILLER, RITA SULLIVAN, IOHN SULLIVAN. MICHAEL
St. Bernard: Summa Staff '53: Su- St, Cecilia: Honor Roll 1113 Bowling St. Clement. Dunlap: Intramurals
fanny '51, '52.:531H1x11s510n vaep. '52, '31, '52, '31, G21 Band '53,
'Lg' Fi'9e,Qub 'Io' 'nl '32'.-'?'g' UPU" "l'he soul is its own best teacher." "Lien nt few words are the hest
etta .x1, JJ: French Cluh 0.3. monk--
"Ever willing to lend a helping
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TENNANT, BETTY ANN THILL. CLARA IEAN TROMPETER, WILLIAM
Creve Cm-'ii Mxziunr Cui1i'ttxy Girl St, Mary: SufialityRep, '5ll2Sr1dzilii5' St. Cecilia: Hrvnnr Rull 411: Intra-
'3L2: Glee Clulm '51: G,A.A. '31, '52, '31, '52, '5fl: :1udalityTreas, '52: Vi:-e murals 'Ill '31, 'ELL '33,
'5Il: Clubs: Future Nurses '32, '3Il: llreleet 4vl'Sudali1y 33: Glee Cluh 'ELL .-Thu Uwuml, is small: tm, I-un is
may ni: Chemml-y '52, '31. '52 g,.,.my
"Small but mighty," "She always has a eheery wu1'cl fur
St, Cecilia: Intramurals '30, '51,
'SSSQ Bowling '53,
"A soft answer turns away wrath
St. Bernard: Fnuthall '51, '51 lnlii
murals 'SIL '31, '52,
"There is nu great smuke but th
must he some fire."
St, Mary. Kirkapoo,
'tlie valiant, but not too yenturousf'
STEPHENS, MARION STEWART, SUZANNE STICKLING. MARY IANE
St. Thomas: Summa Staff '53: Sodal- St, Philomena: Senior Class Vive- Si. llernarilg Honor Roll tlvg Stu-
ity '32, 'Sill Give Club '512: G.A.A, '52, President 'Sit Red Cross Rep. 'SUQ ilent Council Hep, 'Sly Glee Club '511
--Shi, finds summmng guild in every- Clubs: Bios '51: Spec-eh '53, G.A,A, '51, 'Slip Latin Club '52,
one." "A rhurkle or two she can rustle "livery ounce a good sport."
S E NI O R C L A S S
Things are mighty confusing.
SZENTES. CARL TADIE. LAWRENCE
St .It-lm: Honor Roll t5w: Bowling St. Patrick: Saliratorian, lion'-r Roll
'3l: Glee Club '31 '5Ji: Summa Stall' 17mg Tennis '52: Intramurals '31, '32,
'BTL Institute Staff '3Zi: Camera Club '51i: Glee Club '312. '3Ii: Summa Staff
'H , '52, '53, '57 ' '
"Only llif' :reiitest m'
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I mils git itly in 7 13
lll'1'YH'0 US-" "Reason is God's most noble gilt."
VACHON, DAVID VAN BRUWAENE. NANCY
St. Pliilomena: llonor Roll t1r: ln- St. Mary: Mission Vice-President '5L5:
tramurals '51, '31 '33, Glee Club '51, Sorlaiity .313 Sodality Rep, '51: Bios
'iiiz Summa Staff '33: Sodaliiy Club '5iZ: Operetta '51, '52: G.A,A. '50,
Wil- '-Always kind and thinking of oin-
"Tliose are only truly great who are ers,"
The Blue Roo m.
IIA s a sure rartlf'
The pause that refreshes!
St, Mark: Spanish Club Pres. 151:
National llunur Siwrivty: Glvt' Cluh "all,
'Tvli ti,A.A, 'SIL '3l: Fluhs: Bins '51,
Spanish '32, 'SIL
"Sparkling uyvs and ai t'ht-L'rt'u1 self."
St. Mary: Summa Stall' '5JS: Missinn
Ri-p, 'Eng Bmvlin: Tvam 'Bug Style
Shmx 'Sli Clubs: Gmrtl Ciiunsvl 'Fmtrz
Spt-st-li '5L2: Bio, 4314: Futurt- Nurses
'4'l'lit-ri-'s alwa5s a smilu on ht-r
WALZ, RICHARD WESTLAKE, CAROL WHITESIDE, FRED
St, Thomas: Ililnwr Roll 47vp Fmmtliall St. Patrim-k: ll-tn:-r lt:-ll ill: Smlal- St, l'l11lilmvna: Sm-ial t'tnnmi1tt-t-
'50, '51, '3L2: Iiaskvthzill '31, '52, 'RL ity lit-p, ill: Sf-alallty '32, 'SIR-: tilt-if L-Yuunu I-1.11,ms um M. ynuml
'4ThL'y art- wisest when art' rnust Um, -'YU' 'l".-g'f1fl""S1 Mlm jf? Ions,"
h,,m.St." lhris al: Inns .-.Ii lluturt- Nurses 1.2.
"A quit-l girl and stucliuus tau,"
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WISE, THERESA YORK, BARBARA ZERWER, RAMON
St. Ccrilia: Honor Roll 11:3 Clubs: Sl. l34.n1l'at'e3 Suutli Puzicx' High St, Mary: Glu- Clulu '32, '33,
Bins '33, St-lttml, Hritiah C1-lwmhla, Fzxnatla 'Sth --Tm, hl,,h,.NI ,M ix in iwin., uw
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"t1I'tt'n fmillng - st-lil-wrn sad."
St Mary: Intramurals full, Til.
5111 mrmnriann ....
It was hard to believe that a girl as young and as full of life as Donna
Hoenselaar should be called to meet her Creator so early in life. Yet, those
of us who knew her well, realize that she was completely resigned to the
will of God. This gave her a knowledge of life's purpose that some living
for a much longer time might never attain.
We may say of Donnais life that it was short, if measured in earthly
time, but, as it is now measured in eternal time, we pray it is filled with
everlasting happiness and bliss.
Our final tribute to Donna is that given by all who knew her-
She was everyones riend.
We beseech Thee O Lord
by Thy lovmg kmdness
have mercy on the soul of
Thy handmald Donna and
now that she IS released from
the contaglon of thls mortal
Thme eternal salvatlon
Collect frmm the
Mass for the Dead
If ! f ,D
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- y , ,.,,,wvS g ll
flesh, to give her part in
SENIOR HONOR STUDENTS
The honor students pictured here are the ten girls
with the highest grades for their first semester of the
senior year. This means they have an average of ninety
percent or above. In checking back through the pictures in
past yearbooks, it was found that Frances Farraher, C0n-
nie Scully, Mary Kay Malone, Mary Frances Hunt, Margery
Schlink, Maureen Manning, and Pat McDonald have been
honor students since their Sophomore year. All of these
girls are among the most active members participating
in school activities, and most of them have held, or do
hold a responsible office in at least one of the various
The senior honor students of Spalding Institute are
those who have maintained an A average throughout the
first semester. For some, the work might have come easy.
but for most of them this distinction of being honor stu-
dent is the fruit of long hours of study and work. The top
ten students of the senior class of 1953 are as follows:
1. Robert Fox, 2. Lawrence Tadie, 3. James Cusack, 4. Don-
ald Finnegan, 5. James Farrelly, 6. Henry Dersch, 7. David
Bullock, James Cleary, and Earl Keshner, 10. Arthur John-
son, and Robert Schafer. Congratulations are due to these
students and let's hope that they do as well in college
as they did in high school.
At the Academy
First Row: Rita Alig, Patricia Mc-
Donald, Mary Frances Ilunt, Arlene
Second Row: Connie Scully, Fran-
ces Farraher, Mary Kay Malone,
Maureen Manning, Margie Schlink,
First Row: Jack Crutcher, .lack
Cowin, Henry Dersch and Jim Fai'-
Second Row: Larry Tadie, Dave
llullock, Joe Anderson and Bob Fox.
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In the early part of November the Spalding
junior class had its first activity, a "smoker" which
consisted of cards, entertainment, and refreshments.
On December 19, the Academy juniors surprised the
faculty and students with their very professional
"Variety Show" entirely written and directed by
members of the class. Their next activity was the
annual Junior-Senior Prom, held at the Pere Mar-
quette Hotel, May 1, with Dick Raymond's orchestra
providing the music. The Grand March was led by
Clarys Cleary, queen, and her escort Les Lawless.
Freddie Stevens played for the Spalding Prom, which
was also at the Pere Marquette, May 29. Jim Heid,
junior class president, and his date, Joann Petty,
led the Grand March. Twenty-eight juniors, ac-
companied by Fathers White and Heitjan, visited
Washington, D.C. and New York the week of March
2. Thirty-eight juniors and eighteen seniors of the
Academy with Sister Gerard Joseph and other facul-
ty members made the same tour from May 4 to 9.
Pat Long, secretary
Janice Hurst, vice-president
Janice Best, treasurer
Carole Knox, president
Jim Heid, president
Bob Murrin, vice-president
Ed LaHood, secretary
Bob Myers, treasurer
Tht Junlor cl'1ss just llkm any
othtr class at Spalding h'1s lts
smftrt members Thls ytar nuns
UHIOIS m'1dc the A honor ro
tt tht st mestt r btSldfS hung out
standing ln the cxtr'1 currltulfu
fltlds M'1nv of tht m are taklng
ovtr tht Journalism of Sp'1ld1ng
ncvt Xtill whllt others wlll carry
tht purple and whlts colors on the
Flrst Row Robert Render Denms Kennedy Pat Nelson Robert Mvers
Sc cond Row John Jackson Robert Remm Frank Ohlemlller Jerry Cashman Ed
Flrst Row Barbara Rothan Clarys Clt arv Patr1c1'1 Ireland Dlanna De nt1no A d
Second ROW Wllma Zaborac Janet Best Beth Kemp Janice Best Anlta BTCKQHZIQ e
Mary Clare Costello
Among those ten junlors havmg
the hxghest averigts all above
tel ar four Janet Best J'1I1lCt
Bt st Anna NIcKenz1e and Barbara
Rothan who hiv earned thls d1S
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Clt an P'1t11u 1 In land and Wllma
Za one xuu 'lmong tht honor
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thtst nlmes shows that most of
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as tht Sodtlltx C'1thol1c Students
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Bratton Mary Jo
Claspell Jud y
Cooper M chael
Costello Mary Clare
Dolen Rose Mane
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Dwyer John fm
Eaton Erleen 'WV
Ent ncan Bert
Class of 54
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Kemp Mary Beth
Kennedy Robe t
Koehler Mary Ellen
M Kenzle Amta
Mxles Mary Ann
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Plccolx Mary Lou
Rlecker Franc s
Roberts Rosc Ann
Rostetter Mary Ellen
Scoby Io Ann
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Venzon Mary Ann
Class of 54
Audrey Bride, Mary Walsh, ifBarbara Buckley, fCecilia Beckfeld, Fern Zaborac,
Patricia Girdzus, ftMarilyn Bachler, ffMarilyn Gibbons, :Uoanne Urbanc, and Uudy
Having learned the art of mastery over
the bugbear, geometry, these sophomores
have maintained an average of over ninety
per cent for the first semester of the school
year, When they were little green fresh-
men the girls whose names are marked
with asterisks in the picture, made their
first appearance as Honor Students by
triumphing over the mysterious realm of
Latin and algebra. Maybe this is why they
had so "little" trouble with geometry this
The main event on the sophomore calen-
dar was the delightful task of initiating
the freshmen! But horrors! at the last min-
ute they turned soft-hearted, called off
the gruesome plots, and sponsored a movie
instead. flncidentally, the freshmen loved
them for it.J
SOPHOMORE HONOR STUDENTS
The Sophomores have the distinction of
being the class with the largest number of
Honor Students. The requirements for be-
longing to this elite group is to have an "A"
average for the first semester.
Early in the fall the second-year men
met for the election of officers. Their
choices were: president, James Troy, vice
president, David Armitageg secretary, Rich-
ard Staufferg and treasurer, Joseph Wiles.
With the close of the year the sophomores
were glad to have finished their last yr-ar
First Row: George Murray, Phil Coogan, Rick Grimler, and Ed Winchester
Second Row: Mike Rogers, Jack Kocher, John O'Neill, Jim Masterson, Stewart
Schramko, and Warren Boley.
Banxqued Vee Ellen
Bes t Mary
Class of '55
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W1th tht clost of tht school yrar tht
freshmen had many pleasant memorxes
to look back on Oru of thr h1ghl1ghts was
the prrwlege of belng Spaldlng s flrst fresh
man class to be able to elect offlcers These
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vice presldent Frank Flnnegan secretary
and Mlkp Houston treasurer
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students of thelr class Th se are the men
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FRESHMEN HONOR STUDENTS
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For as far back as Spalding has had athletic
squads the student body, alumni, and the fans could
all be justly proud of the Irish teamiwin, lose, or
draw. This year was no exception. Pictured on this
page are the men responsible for giving Spalding
Father Casmir Paul, as Athletic Director, is con-
stantly giving invaluable aid to the school con-
cerning the sports program. Besides his work with
varsity sports, he is in charge of the intra-mural
program throughout the winter months and helps
the parochial grade school basketball league.
Mr. Iack Errion, Head Coach
Fr. Casmir Paul, Athletic Director
For head coach Jack Errion, class of '43, there
was probably no bigger thrill in his sports-filled
life than leading the Spalding football team to their
first City Championship since 1947. Jack Errion
came to Spalding as coach directly from St. Arn-
brose College. ln 1950 Mr. Errion took over the head
coaching job in basketball at Spalding and soon
showed fans the Irish were not to be lacking on
the hardwoods. The next year, Mr. Errion took over
the position of head coach of all three sports.
Any follower of Spalding's sports during the
past two years is familiar with Mr. Uranich. He,
like Mr. Errion, is a graduate of Spalding and St.
Ambrose. Before coming to Spalding, Mr. Uranich
was the line coach at Cathedral High in Spring-
Rounding out the Athletic Board, the position
of Assistant Athletic Director is ably filled by Brother
Robert Schoffman and that of freshman coach by
Father Patrick Durkin.
Mr. Ed Uranich, Assistant Coach Fr, Patrick Durkin, Freshman Football Coach Bro. Robert Schoffman, Ticket Manager
First Row ll to ri: Tom Ringness, Rich Walz, Charley Ileyd, Dan Third Row: Bill Murphy, Vince Aiello, Bob Donlan, Bob Harding
Uranich, Jerry Lafeber, Bill Mounts, Chuck Biggins, John Long, Dick Jerry McDonald, Jim Cusack, Bus Meyers.
Oflh- Gimp Slevin- Fourth Row: Dave Armitage, Dick Stauffer, Tim Mounts Herb
Second Row fl to rl: Jim Heid, Oley Turner, Jim Ryan, Spike Mir- FOSUFT. Jim Madaaughlmv Jlm Smlth'
ande, Tony Bushell, Hal Smith, Ken Hanley, Jim Ilappach, Don Fifth Row: Jack Lulay, John Espinoza, Les Lawless, Art Haege
Willard, Manager. Coach Uranich, Jerry Cashman, Frank Karpowicz, Coach Errion
SPALDINGFS 1953 CITY FOOTBALL CHAMPS
Spalding's 1952 football team rolled moments
of glory and greatness into a season of high interest
as the Irish battled to the city championship and a
record of 8 wins and only 2 losses. From the opening
kickoff against Mattoon to the final gun against
Woodruff, the team magnificently displayed its
courage, experience, and that indomitable Irish
spirit. Under the direction of Coach Errion and Coach
Uranich the boys fought through a seven game win-
ning streak, never gave up in two successive defeats,
and rebounded to an opportunist victory over Wood-
ruff to achieve the highest pinnacle of Peoria foot-
ball, the City Championshhip.
CHARLEY HEYD, T,
Most Valuable Lineman 1951-1952,
Most Valuable Player, All-City.
BILL MOUNTS, G.
All City, Co-Captain
THE FIGHTING IRISH
With 15 returning lettermen, Coach Sent a prt
pared team into the field at Peoria Stadium against
Mattoon. Using a pulverizing ground attack, Spald-
ing with Jimmy Heid leading the way, scored in
the second period. Taking over after a Green Wave
punt, Spalding brought the ball to the 17 from
where Heid again scored. Dan Uranich missed both
conversions to make the score 12-O. In the third
period Cusack scored from the one, ending a 53-yeard
drive. Jim McLaughlin converted. The final touch-
down for Spalding came on a Turner plunge. A Mat-
toon pass and a conversion made the final score
25-7. A brilliant Spalding line' led by Mounts and
Uranich, held Mattoon to a ll yards on the ground.
Spalding next journeyed to Danville to battle
Schlarman High. The first drive was finally climaxed
with a five yard plunge by Cusack. McLaughlin then
kicked his first of two extra points. The second half
saw Tony Bushell hit Dick Orth and Dick 'Walz with
touchdown passes. Spalding's defense led by Mounts,
Uranich and Heyd, held the Hilltoppers to a net or
27 yards gained.
Returning to the Peoria Stadium, Spalding met
with an "up" East Peoria team. Except for two
quick touchdowns, the lrish were held scoreless. Cu-
sack intercepted a desperation pass on the 50 and
scored unmolested. McLaughlin's conversion failed.
Then lleid climaxed a 65-yard drive by scoring from
the 2. This time "Mac" converted and the Irish won
13-0. This was the third straight Spalding victory, as
many as they had won in two previous years com-
Dick finds the pigskin slippery.
HAL SMITH. HB, DAN URANICH G
Co-Captain All-City, Co-Captain
TONY BUSHELL, QB. IOE MIRANDE, QB
Heid hits paydirt against Lions.
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THE FIGHTING IRISH
In Spalding's next outing the Irish ended Man-
ual's domination over City football by a 12-6 victory.
George Taylor scored from the one for Manual to
start the scoring. In the second period the Irish
scored from the one foot line. The winning touch-
down trek covered 76 yards with Ollie Turner lead-
ing the way.
Spalding journeyed to St. Bede next and there
ruined the Bruin homecoming with a 27-7 win, their
seventh straight. The only scoring in the first half
was Smith's plunge from the two, McLaughlin con-
verted. In the second half, Ollie Turner scored first
and then St. Bede's marched 75 yards to score and
kick the extra point, The Irish then scored two
touchdowns to ice the game at 27-7.
IIM HEID, HB,
Most Valuable Back, 1952
Juv: RYAN. HB, mcx ORTH. E, HM HAPPACH T
IERRY MCDONALD, HB, BOB HARDING. C IIM MGCLAUGHLIN
IIM CUSACK. FB,
Most Valuable Back 1951, Co-Captain
THE FIGHTING IRISH
A very fast Pekin team handed Spalding its
first setback of the season by a 12-6 score. After
a scoreless first quarter, Pekin took over and brought
the ball to paydirt in 10 plays. Soon after that, Wat-
son snuck over for a second score. Spalding came
back to score when Ollie Turner crashed over from
the nine to knot the count. After the half, Hill
scored from 11 yards out to win the game.
Powerful Alleman High outlasted a game Irish
team 12-0 at Rick Island. It was Gene Oliver, who
scored all of the Pioneers' points. Taking over on its
own 46, Alleman mached to a touchdown, Oliver's
placement was good. The Pioneers passed and ran
to their second touchdown as Oliver again powered
over. Ilappach blocked the conversion.
KEN HANLEY, G. BOB DONLAN, QB. OLEY TURNER, HB.
VINCE AIELLO, T. MIKE SMITH, C. BUS MEYERS. FB.
t ED BECKER. HB.
Turner streaks around Chink's end. Hal Smith outruns would-be Bruin tacklers.
Iim Heid speeds past Pekin defense. Spike Mirande deceives on-charging Hilltoppers.
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ness, honorary captains. hold
City Championship trophy.
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Spalding won the City championship on Thanks-
givmg Day by defeating a stubborn Woodruff team
20-19. Again Jim McLaugh1in's extra points were the
difference. Spalding exploded on the first play of
the game when Ollie Turner raced through tackle
54 yards for a touchdown. Mac converted. A while
later Woodruff broke through the middle for a
touchdown, The conversion failed. Spalding scored
again as Mirande sliced off tackle from the 3 for a
13-6 advantage. Mac again converted. In the third
period Draper returned a punt to paydirt. Utley's
conversion attempt failed. Spalding iced the game
when Heid scored from the five. In the fourth quart-
er, Sutter scored a futile touchdowng Spalding was
F RESHMAN FOOTBALL
lf measured in games won and lost the freshman
football season could not be called highly sucessfulg yet,
if measured by experience gained for future years on
the varsity, the campaign was successful. Father Patrick
Durkin was head coach of the young eleven and his able
assistants were Tom Ringness for the line and John Slevin
for the backfield. Both are seniors and had Won the covet-
ed monogram in previous seasons.
The team itself, showed great possibilities of devel-
oping into another City Championship squad, lt is true
they were lacking in experience, still, it could not be
said they did not possess that spirit which is prevalent
in all Spalding teams-the spirit to do their best, win, lose,
The team is, clockwise: Pat Nash, Ernie Young, John
McFarland, Tom Cory, Don Hovious, Dan Stull, Paul Mit-
sules, John Frasco, Ray Van Bruwaene, Frank Finnegan,
Bob Berry and Don Boers.
Two of the captains for the year, Chuck Steele and
Butch Murray, were unable to be present when the pic-
ture was taken. Butch, one of the brightest prospects on
the team, suffered a fractured leg and ankle shortly
after the close of the season. We know, however, that
you can't keep a good man down and Butch will be, before
long, in there again, for the Irish.
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First Row 11 to rl: Dave Hartnett, Ed LaHood, Jack Buckley, Jim Cusack, Rich Walz, Joe Mirande, Les Lawless, Bob Meyers.
Second Row: Coach Errion, Sam Hernandez, Frank Karpowicz, Ken Kocher, Frank Ohlemiller, Jerry McDonald, Bob Donlan, and Fr Paul
THE 1952-53 SPALDING BASKETBALL TEAM
Team getting ready for game in new lockers.
Spalding's '52-'53 basketball season was one of
mediocre results as the Irish captured the new
Diocesan crown but were low in the City and Greater
Peoria race. Coach built the team around the two
high scorers, Jim Cusack and Joe Mirande. The
other four veterans were Dick Walz, Hal Smith, Jack
Buckley, and Ken Kocher.
After one day of practice the team journeyed
to Tremont for the season opener. Ragged play
was much in evidence as Mirande led the victorious
Irish with seventeen points. Cusack and Walz fol-
lowed, each with 14 points.
With a week's practice to iron out difficulties
the Irish opened the city race with a typical Spald-
ing-Woodruff battle. In the final stanza the Irish
pulled away to a 51-40 lead and it looked like it
was in the bag, but Woodruf came back, giving the
Irish a narrow 53-52 victory.
Lawless drives down the middle.
Ed Lal-Iood, Forward
At Corpus Christi, Mirande continued to breez-
the nets and collected 24 points. Cusack and Walz
led the rebounders.
Central was the next foe, and the Irish ran
into a cold night. The final score ended 56-47 in
During Christmas vacation they dropped Henry
at Roosevelt, and then bowed to St. Theresa's of
Decatur by a score of 75 to 65. St. The-resa's was
one of the top teams in the state.
Next the Irish crossed the river where they met
and conquered the Red Raiders of East Peoria. With
a sizzling first quarter, the triumvirate of Cusack,
Mirande, and Walz again led the Irish attack.
Spalding then met Manual at Trewyn, where
after giving the hot-stooting Rams a battle in the
first quarter, they fell behind and never caught up.
Take it easy, Ioe.
Rich Walz, Center
I got it: you guys stay away.
The following week the Irish took to the road
and traveled to Rock Island, where they met the
always tough Pioneers of Alleman High. The lead
changed hands many times. and with a few seconds
left, a substitute came in and sank two free throws
to win the game for Alleman.
The following week the Irish thumped the Friars
of Corpus Christi in their second meeting of the year,
50-62. Then they smashed a strong St. Ambrose
quintet. Trinity was easily beaten by a red hot. Irish
team. Jimmy Cusack ran up his highest total of
points this year, as he jump-shot his way to 32
In their next outing they downed East Peoria,
69-66 at Roosevelt. Ed LaHood joined the old stand-
bys, Jim and Joe, to lead the attack. Then they
journeyed to Mason City and downed them handily,
On February 6 at Roosevelt, 2,000 overcrowded
fans witnessed one of the best high school bas-
ketball games played here in Peoria this year.
The final score read Central 86, Spalding 73. Jim
Cusack scored 3.1 points. but he was eclipsed by
lliles Stout who scored 48 points to establish a new
The following Sunday Spalding Irish helped
to dedicate the new 8750.000 gymnasium by playing
Alleman High of Rock Island. Spalding eked out
a victory, 61-56 to cinch the Diocesan title.
In the following three games the Irish lost
to Woodruff, Trinity. and Pekin in succession. The
Pekin contest was the second game in the new gym.
and red hot Norm Hill hit for -10 points.
lim Cusack, Forward,
Co-Captain, All-City, Most
Dave Hartnett, Guard
Les Lawless. Guard
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58 Corpus Christi
65 St. Theresa 1D
67 East Peoria
80 Corpus Christi
67 Sl. Ambrose
It's up and in. My gosh! What shall I do now'
F RESH-SOPH BASKETBALL
Seated, First Row: Coach Uranich, .lean Huber, Ron Schafstall, George Scotnicki, Pat O'Connell Gene Coughlon
Jack Lulay, Jim Troy, Bob Bresnahan, and Frank Finnegan.
Second Row: Paul Mitsules. Charles Galvin, Ken Ricci, Tom Nelson, Dan Stull, Don Jackson, Mike Doyle Don Hovious
Bob Thome, and Jack Lintz.
Vee Ellen Baniqued
These peppy youngsters are the ones who keep
up the morale of the team by leading the spectators
in cheers. That originality and precision you admire
is the result of long hours of practice after school
in going over their old routines and learning new
ones. When the spirits of the Irish players and that
of their supporters was low, it was the cheerleaders
who roused the crowd and brought back the fighting
spirit. So-flet's cheer the cheerleaders!
Pat Rogers, Don Willard, and John McFarland
These are the men behind the men. These are
the unheralded members of the fighting Irish's
teams. They work for long hours to keep the squad
properly outfitted in workable equipment. Without
their invaluable assistance precious time would be
wasted by the players and smoothness of the ma-
chine would be hampered, We would like to take
lliis opportunity to show our gratitude for their
deep hearted interest and loyal work for and
among the spirited Irish teams of '52-'53,
Ixm Cusack Inheld
S cond Highest Hlttmg Average
lack Donlan Inheld
Hxghest Hrttmg Average
From the flrst pltch agamst Manual 1n the openmg
game to the scorlng of the game Wlflnlllg run by Notre
Dame m the sectxonal tournament Spaldlngs 1952 base
ball team fought hard every pltch of every game After
battlmg through a schedule of tough foes IH the regular
season 1n whlch they lost many heartbreakers 1n compllmg
a falr recold the Ir1sh caught flre 1n the tournament
They rolled through the four game sub d1str1ct at Prmce
vrlle defeated Canton there for the d1str1ct txtle and then
succumbed 1n the nlnth 1nn1ng to Notre Dame of Qumcy
Thls year the Ir1sh are expected to be a good ball
club wlth n1ne returmng lettermen Led by Jack Donlan
and Jlm Cusack last years top team hltters the Ir1sh
1nf1eld promlses to be one of the best 1n the c1ty Speedy
Joe Mxrande and Dave Hartnett f1ll out the veteran
rnfleld In the outfleld Dlck Orth Bob Myers and Chuck
Blggms saw enough actlon to provlde an experrenced outer
garden thls year .hm Held returns as catcher and Bob
Donlan IS the lone returmng pltcher who saw actlon last
year Bob also plays outfleld when he 1snt p1tch1ng
fl to rl Seated .hm Smlth Ken Hanley Jlm Held Bob
Donlan Jlm Cusack Dlck Orth Jack Donlan Dan Uranlch Joe
Standlng Coach nrrlon .hm Agatucc1 Jerry McDonald
Chuck B1gg1ns Bob Meyers Bob Fox Ken Kocher B111 Trompeter
Dave Hartnett and Fr Paul
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March 30-At Manual
April 9-At Canton
April 16 fWashington
April 17- fAt Pekin
April 20-At Princeville
April 23 -Pekin
April 25--At Trinity
April 29-fAt Central
April 30fAt Washington
May 1-At East Peoria
May 5-At Woodruff
11-15 - fTournament
lim Heid, Catcher Bob Donlan, Pitcher
Bob Meyers, Outfield Dick Orth, Outfield
Chuck Biggins. Outfield Dave Hartnett, Infield
Ioe Mircmde, Infield
At the start of the 11253 campaign the golf
team had not one of last year's first five. The squad
got oft to an early start, however, as they were able
to practice in the old gym due to the fact that the
basketball team moved into the new one.
With the early spring it was not long before
they were out on the links getting themselves in
shape for a tough season. One brighter aspect is the
returning of many juniors to form the nucleus of
next year's team Among these are:
tl to rt First Row: Ed Markevitch, Bill Murphy,
Second Row: Dick Bour, Tom Barbier. T0m Little.
The 1952-1953 bowling season was und-ur the
direction of Father Kirchgressner. Those partici-
pating had a great incentive as there was, for the
first time, an opportunity for the five highest
bowlers to enter the American Bowling Congress
Tournament in Chicago with all expenses paid.
The nine high bowlers, with Fr. Kirchgcssner.
are tl to rt:
First Row: John Dickerson, Dave Perkins, Fr.
Kirchgessner, Dave Fairfield, Don Wort.
Sacond Row: Frank Foley. Joi- Franken, Tom
Svymberskjvy Tom Barhier, and Dave Swanson,
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Ht,-nry D1-rsch, feature-s and art: Don Finnt-gan, gon
oral managt-rg and Tony liusht-ll. husinf-ss.
In Sept:-mh--r, '52, a group of seniors was
c-host-n from hoth tht- Acaflvniy and Spalding
to produce- the- SUMMA3 this group was
hc-ad:-fl hy four co-t-ditors Connit- Scully, Pat
Mt'Donalrl, Art Johnson, ancl John Sli-vin.
While- tht- :editorial and ft-aturt-s staffs
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The INSTITUTE is the official newspaper published eight times
a year by and in the interest of the students of Spalding Institute.
It has the motto: "All the Spalding news that is fit, to print." This
year the paper was increased to six pages, which is the first
change in its format for some time. Some of the outstanding features
of The Institute are the articles on the faculty, the "Vicious Cycle,"
"On the Side," and "The lnquiring Reporter."
This year's editor. Jerry Murphy, has been working in the field
of journalism along with being able to stay on the semester Honor
Rolls all four years at Spalding. He has combined his journalistic
work with various other activities while at Spalding, Such as the
Sodality and intramural basketball. In his senior year he reached
the pinnacle of Spalding journalism, namely, editor of The Institute.
Pictured below to the righteGeneral Staff tl to rl: Jim Haddi-
gan, Art Johnson, John Nahas, Dave Cushing, Jim Farrelly, Henry
Dersch, Jim Cleary, Tom Barbier, Jim Ryan.
Pictured below to the left-Staff Heads tl to ri: Don Finnegan,
features editorg Bob Shafer, sports editor, Jack Crutcher, business
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First Row: Frances Farraher, Rita Alig, Mary Frances Hunt, Lucille Gardner, Regina Smith, Maur-
een Manning, Mary Kay Malone, Pat McDonald.
Second Row: Arlene Agan, Margie Schlink. Georgana Wahl. Connie Scully, Amt-line Rashid.
National Honor Society
Honor, Scholarship, Service, and Leadership.
These are the virtues which may be found symboliz-
ed on the shield of the National Honor Society.
The Academy chapter of this national organiza-
tion was begun in 1943 and is an honorary group
chosen in February of each year.
The Spalding chapter, which is three years old.
has Father Thompson as moderator. Officers are
John Slevin, president, Jim Cusack, vice-president,
Don Finnegan, secretary, Larry Tadie, treasurer,
Dave Bullock and Jim Farrelly, social committee.
The chief function of the Spalding N.H.S. is the
ushering for Mass on First Fridays. They also have
the inglorious privilege of putting away chairs
after student assemblies.
Highlights of the year were the initiation of new
members and ushering at the dedication of the
First Row: Dan Biederbeck, Don Finnegan, George Rennn, l.zi1ry'l'adie, John Slevin.
Second Row: Henry Dersch, Art Johnson. Jim Cusack, Jerry Murphy.
Third Row: Dave Bullock, Charles Heyd. Joe Mirande, llob Fox.
First Row: Jerry Murphy, Harry Heyl, Art Johnson, Tony Bushell.
Second Row: Henry Dersch, Bob Shafer, Don Finnegan, John Slevin, Jack Crutcher.
Quill and Scroll
The Quill and Scroll, an international society
for high school journalists, was initiated at Spalding
in January of 1951. The requisite for membership
in this organization is superior journalistic work on
the Institute or Summa staffs. The officers for '52-'53
are Harry Heyl, presidentg Jerry Murphy, vice-presi-
dent, and Arthur Johnson, secretary-treasurer.
As one would infer from the name the Pontifical
crew is that group which assists the Bishop in all
pontifical ceremonies at the Cathedral. These in-
clude Christmas and Holy Week services, the con-
ferring of Holy Orders and an occasional funeral.
The members are under the excellent leadership of
Monsignor Robert Peters.
Besides the honor of serving the Bishop, the
crew is rewarded for its services by a delicious
chicken dinner. This treat at the end of the school
year is always anticipated by the members,
First Row: tl. to r.i Rodney Hartnett, Paul Slavens, Henry Dersch. PhilKoepple, Ray Van Bruwaene.
Second Row: Bob Murrin, Bob Render, Charles Heyd, Dick Bour. Terry Abel, Phil Coogan.
Third Row: Msgr. Peters, Tim Henning, Frank Ohlcmiller, John Jackman.
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A tense moment in an intramural game
The royal order of mermaids
A well-rounded sports program of bowling,
swimming, basketball, volley ball' and tumb-
ling is offered to athletic-minded AOl.'ers un
der the most capable direction of the PE. in
structor, Mrs. Reynolds.
Friday night finds some of our top bowlers
fRita Alig, Janice Matthews, and Betty Ten-
nant-frolling up some striking scores at the
VVith swimming new on this year's agenda,
a number of the girls decided to trade in their
feet for a pair of Swim fins at least during
the instruction classes, held two nights a
Iuniors Capture Cage Title
Of course basketball competition is always
stiff, and this year it was stimulated by the
entry of eight intramural teams. The juniors
battled their way to the viCt0r's Circle, only
after they had defeated a hard-fighting senior
team that lost to them by but four points.
The tension mounted for the thrilling Senior-
All-star duel, and at its conclusion many stu-
dents found their fingernails gnawed to the
bone and rightfully so. The lead see-sawed
back and forth during the thrilling first three
quarters, Then in the last quarter the All-stars
racked up a commanding lead, only to have
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First Row tl to rl: Larry Ferris, Don Faherty, Mike Farraher, Maurice Joseph, Bert Entrican.
Second Row: Phil Kronenberg, John Szentes, Carl Szentes, and Gene LaHood.
AOL Library Club Spalding Camera Club
All of the 23 members of the AOL Library Club,
which is under the guidance of Sister M, Marcia,
are enthusiastic book lovers and their lively interest
has done much to make the library one of the most
pleasant rooms in the school, Officers are: president,
Bernadine Reisingg vice-president, Audrey Brideg
secretary, Margie Corlettg treasurer, Fern Zaborac.
Two members work in the library during each period
stamping and shelving books, assisting in the cata-
loging and repairing of books and locating reference
material. Interest-arousing displays of new books
are prepared by the bulletin board committee,
One of the new organizations begun under the
Viatorian administration is the camera club, With
Brother Boose as the adviser, the S.C.C. has come
far in its three years herei With its purpose of creat-
ing a hobby for the students and preparing photo-
graphers for the Summa Staff, it has shown the
boys that a good time can be had with a camera.
The only requirement for entering the club is the
ownership of a camerag no darkroom knowledge is
The highlights of the year were the taking ot
pictures at the Christmas Dance and Junior Prom.
The club was also in charge of concessions during
the parochial league basketball games.
Preparing books for circulation are: seated Shirley Johnson, Margaret Corlett, Judy Janovetz.
Standing: Barbara Ohnemus, Audrey Bride. Ann Graham. Lynn Beininger, Fern Zaborac, Pat Long,
Making decorations for the Sodality dance are: Gwenn Ruhland, Kay Van Ermen,
Delores Rischar, Joyce Ochs, Nicole Kibler, Susan Roberts, Sharon Becker.
The Art Club of Spalding is a group of students
which meets in room 26 every Tuesday and Thursday
after school. It is composed of any one who wishes
to advance his knowledge of the finer arts of paint-
ing and sculpturing, Members of the club may
work in any field of their choice, which includes
charcoal sketching, oil, pastels, and water color
painting, and ceramics. Their endeavors are under
the supervision of Father Novacek.
The club has at its disposal the use of ri good-
looking mOdl'l. It is, however, to their disappoint-
ment, only a statue, yet' it gives the students an
opportunity of drawing from a three dimensional
object. The hard work of the art club may be seen
by their excellent exhibits of craftsmanship which
they have periodically displayed in the library.
The facilities of the Academy's art department
have been increased with a new studio occupying
an entire side of the first floor in the music and
art building, Two beginning classes and an advanc-
ed division were taught..
Beginning students strove to acquire proficiency
in the use of pencil, pen and ink, poster paint. tex-
tile paint, conte' crayon and fresco in varied projects
such as lettering, all-over designs, posters. luncheon
cloths, and still-life studies.
Advanced students continued their study of art
appreciation with emphasis on the history of archi-
tecture and art in the home. The field of paper sculp-
ture was explored. Another new medium was that of
scratchboard in which each student executed a work
with a religious theme.
First Row: Don Capes, Richard Fairfield, Jim McLaughlin.
Second Row: Paul Aaron, Henry Woulfe, Alan Aaron.
Dances and customs of old Spain are studied by these senoritas.
To gain a little more knowledge of their adopted
people is the purpose of the French ll Club which meets
every other Friday. Meetings are opened with the Salu-
tation Angelique. Four of the members are in charge of
each program, which consists of reports on the customs
and activities of the French people, To increase the ability
of the members to speak the language, games and songs
are done in French. Mother M. Lucilla is moderator of the
club. The members in the picture are: M.L, Sauer,, A. Bas-
sett, K. Keefe, S. McLaughlin, G. Boyle, C. Hoerdemann, L.
Gardner, R. Smith, P. McDonald, R. Streitmiller,
Latin can be fun as well as work.
The Spanish II Club is named the "Claretians" in
honor of the religious community killed during the Spanish
Civil War. Meetings conducted in Spanish are held month-
ly usually on some Spanish feast. As part of the program.
stories are told about the life of the person being honored
and the way in which the Spanish celebrate the occasion.
Sister M, Hortensia is moderator of the Club. Members
pictured are, first row: G. Wahl. J. Metz, J. Snedden, P.
lrelandg second row: V. Woolhiser, l. Giltner, J. Angel, J.
Mecham, M. Meisenheimer, C. McGrath, R. Alig, P. Crilly.
The porsecutions of the French Revolution are of special interest
to these "jeunes fil1es."
The purpose of the "Inter Nos" Club is to
familiarize the students of Latin with ancient cus-
toms and ways of the Romans. For each of the
monthly m -etings, one of the members acts as chair-
man. Discussions, book reports, crossword puzzles,
and games constitute the program, But the Latin
students are firm believers in play as well as work
so parties are in order also. Pictured as they carry
on an informal discussion arei C. Cleary, M. Cremer,
F. Farraher, S. Feeney, M. Horan, Sister M. Miriam
Thv Ions Club, compose-d of tht- mt-mbvrs of th-1
Chvmistry class, holds monthly mt-1-tings during thr-
second semester. Each meeting was arranged by
one of the chairmen Sally O'Brie-n. Rossfmary
Ksycki, Clarys Cleary and Both Kr-mp. Topics of tho
meetings for '53 we-rv Women in Science-, Careers
in Chemistry, Catholic Scif-ntists, and a farvwz-ll
party for the sc-niors, Demonstrations and che-mistry
stunts formi-d a part of each program. Watching
thc- progross of an expr-rinit-nt art-2 Kathlovn Kon-
nedy, Rost-mary Still, Donna Di'aog1'i', Both K1-mp.
and Dolores Thompson.
Frogs, flies cmd flickers provide hours of work in library and lab.
Sociology Club ,
ln Novi-mb:-r, tht- Sociology group he-ld at mock
4-lt-ction with Republican and Di-mocratic' c'hairmt-n.
Porstvrs. pamphle-ts' buttons and spvvclivs spurrvri
on tho students during the ww-k pivot-fling tht' vlvc-
tion, Two weekly papers, tho "Pvo:'ia Rvgistf-r" and
"Our Times." give the- club m -mbr-rs a basis for their
talks and debatfis. Examining tho world nt-ws map
arf-: kneeling -Blargi Dukt-, Shirlt-y Fischt-rg stand-
ing Suzannf- Ili-ssling. Sharon Fm-nt-y, Math-no
Niarini. Mary Janv Cort-yy Joan Morris. Judy Metz.
Chemistry students "react" to u reaction.
During the yvar tht' Biology departmi-nt has
.icquirvd sou-ral inte,-rvsting new items. Somv ot'
the-sv arf- the modc-ls of the human brain and ros-
pirzitory systfim, a balanced aquarium. and a canary.
Tho flll-f4'l't'I'll groups havo been very ac-tivo
in turning in projs-cts on fish, birds, insects, mam-
mals, and food,
Ono of tht- most intorvsting projects was tlif'
pro1mi':itioii of 21 pzipvi' mzinnvkin' thv parts ol'
whivh wt-1-ti labvlt-d. r-olorod and asse-mblvd to illus-
trzito tht- structure- of tho human body.
Picturf-d as they s-xamino a frog are: Edith
lllodsow, Norma Allure-cht. Jayne- Colgan, Joan Ann
Hibsvr. Kart-n VVhr'lan, Rosemary Pfister.
The News of the World charts their future.
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Members of the Family Living class select pamphlets.
Skits, pantomines, impersonations, plays, and
the study of speech fundamentals compose the
work of this active organization, Their first task
was to provide the entertainment for the Mothers'
Guild Tea-songs, dance numbers, humorous read-
ings, and a play entitled "B1uebeard." Christmas
was remembered by the play, "The Littlest Angel,"
given over the public address system, but the play
scheduled for St. Valentine's Day never was quite
fitted into the busy February calendar. Makeup
artistry is also a phase of the club's work. Demon-
strating their skill are, seated: Margi Duke, Mary
Ann Powers, Kathy O'Connellg standing: Pat Crilly.
Mary Schemmel, Susie Stewart.
Representatives proudly display their shield.
This year the Family Living classes have found
a new way of learning-by means of pamphlets on
such topics as bringing up Christian children, mar-
riage, and budgeting. Another part of the course
was a unit on Home Nursing and Mother and Child
Care given by Mrs. McCammon, a Red Cross Nurse.
Looking over the pamphlets on Christian Family
Living are: Carolyn Harrmann, Betty Jean Tennant,
Ann Bassett, Kathleen Hagemann, Gerry Boyle, Mary
Learning stage make-up is fun.
Iunior Red Cross
The function of the Junior Red Cross is to sup-
port the Senior Red Cross in all its many activities.
Each evening two or more of the Academy girls
have donated their time to do filing at the blood
center. Each Saturday several gave their time to
preparing the tubes, labels. and bottles used for
blood donations. During the Thanksgiving holidays
they presented a program for the polio ward at
St. Francis hospital. The representatives as pic-
tured are' first row: Jane Hanley, Joyce Sheridan,
Susanne Allen, Jeanette Sanderson, Susie Nash,
Audrey Bride, Barbara Gensler, Frances Farraherq
second row: Joan McCluhan, Dolores Konvalinka.
Ameline Rashid, Rita Rice.
The Gleo Club contributes to Homecoming Festivities.
The popular Spalding Glee Club has developed to a great
extent under the able direction of Father Maurice Dailey. lt is
composed of a good representation of boys from all four classes
who want and like to sing. The highlights of the Glee Club
were the Homecoming Concert, the Christmas Concert, and the St.
Patrick's Day Concert. The season was climaxed at the Annual
Diocesan Music Festival, which, this year was held in the new
gymnasium of Spalding.
Each program was entirely different. Classical, semi-classi-
cal, and light songs were included in each, so as to satisfy the
various tastes of the many followers and admirers of the club.
Spalding Glee Club
Father Dailey directs the Christmas Carols
Bottom row, l. to r.: J. Sze-nies, G. Lamb, P. Engressei, Fourth row: E. Goett, D. Perkins, B. Entrican, R. Zerwer,
E Howard, J, Maushard, P. Molloy, J. Wade, J. Koeppel, D. P. Neuson, D. Delvaney, J. Haddigan, J. Ringness.
Boer. Fifth row: J. Crutcher, D. Vachon, J. Keeley, R. Hartnett,
Second row: B. Davis, J. Giberson, J. Willard, B. Smith, H' Dsrsch' B' Cook' J' Myatt' C' Heyd'
M Cwper, D. Esmcy D' Stauffer B, Becker. Sixth rovy: R. Zerwrer, D. Snyder, C. Szentes, E, LaHood, R.
' Dunne, D. Hienz, D. Finnegan.
Third row: M. Davis, B. Harrmann, J. Hagemann, L. Bau- Seventh row: D. Hammond, B, Peters, F. Ohlemiller, J.
mann, E. Winchester, F. Johnson, H. Woulfe, T. Barbier, Jachman, D. Fairfield, D. Bullock, D. Goddard.
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Thxrd Row P Heyd C Beckfeld M Keenan
R Strextmlller L Fox J Kramer S Huston
Accordlon Band members swmq xnto cz tune
Flrst Row Rose Maru Dolan Dolls Schmxlt Kltty Sommer C,lznn'1
Second Row Janlcc Bcst Barbara Gramm Judv Kfulor Yvonnt
The Academy Glee Club under the d1I'QCl1OI1 of Sxsttr Mars
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Office-rs aret Pat Shea, preside-nt, Janet Bm-st.
secrvtaryg Janice Bt-st, trt-asurc-rg Patsy Ire-land and
Betsy Pt-plow, librarians, Carol Mahoney, Lucille-
Gardnt-r. Pat McDonald. and Rita Strt-itmillt-r, ward-
robe. During the year rt-vt-rsible blur- and gold stoles
The Glf-0 Club opt-nt-d its season with a pro-
gram for Saint Cecilia's Day, at which a group of
sophomore-s made the-ir first appt-aranco as an vn-
Prt-ce-ding Christmas, groups pri-st-nt:-rl programs
at tht- Elks Club and tht- Knights of Columbus Hall,
climaxing tht-ir holiday activities was an inspiring
Christmas concert in the Academy auditorium,
Other appearances included tht- Holy Hour for
the Diamond Jubilee of thc- Diocese, the- Diocesan
Music Festival, and a Spring concert.
The Glee- Club also sang the Propz-r of the Mass
and special hymns for all thc- High Massa-s in the
auditorium as well as alternating with the Spalding
Glue Club for tho First Friday Masses at tht- Catho-
Scenes from the Christmas Concert
FirSl ROWS J- Best- L- Jvseph- M- Lyle. V- Phillips. Fourth Row: s. O'Donnell, N. Ge-nzel, J. Best,
D- WHUDGCK- V- E- Baflillllid- M- SI1id9I' M. Walsh, M. A. Hopkins. A. Bride, M. Davis, J.
Second Row: E. Busyee, L. Gardner, P. Tomlin, Bringer.
M. Morris, P. Shea, M. C. Costello, P. Haley,
Third Row: J. Petty, K. Sommer, D. Konvalinka, Fifth Row: B. Peplow, J. Sheridan, E. Hutchons,
K. Whelan, B. Rothan, C. Mahoney, R. Pfister, A. P. Vicary. M. Horan, R. Doht-ny, B. Buckley, J. Bring-
Chapin, er, J. Hurst.
Front Row: Marilyn Clark, drum majoretteg Pat Brophy, Eileen Joseph, Peggy
Brophy, Pat Vicary.
Back Row: Mary Biederbeck, Maureen Horan, Pat O'Neill,
The hopes and dreams of Spalding and Academy students became a reality
when the newly organized Spalding-Academy band marched onto the field
on Homecoming Day, The warm reception given them spurred on the band
members under their very capable director, Brother Joseph Drolet, C.S,V., to
an even greater effort for their part in the Christmas Concert, Dec. 21, '52, On
Feb, 8, '53, the band played to a full house at the dedication of the Spalding
gym. April 30, saw the band combining with the other bands of the diocese
to participate in the Diocesan Music Festival. The work of the year was con-
cluded with the presentation of the all-school Variety Show to obtain funds
for band uniforms.
Members of the band are
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for future publxc appearances
The Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary is an
association for all Catholics who desire to follow
Christ more closely within their own state of life.
Personal sanctity and apostolic work fulfill the
double purpose of the sodality. Each sodality works
within its own sphereg Spalding Institute itself is
the sphere for the schoo1's sodality, the Sodality of
the Immaculate Conception.
The sodality has regular meetings conducted by
its elected officers. These are Donald Finnegan,
prefectg Robert Shafer and Richard Hammond, vice-
prefectsg David Fairfield, secretaryg and Arthur
The association promoted several activities this
year such as handling the Christmas crib project.
but its main objective was to get well established
as a foundation for the coming years. Counseling
this project has been the task borne by the advisor.
First Row Jtrrv Murphy Art Johnson Bob Shaf Second Row: Harold Hajnal, Lowell Jibben Bob
er Don Finnegan Dick Hammond Dave Fairfield Murrin, Bob Peters, Pat Nelson, Jim Cleary, and Dan
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January 21, 22, and 23 Spalding held its annual retreat con-
ducted by the Rev. John Whalen, chaplain at Joliet State
Prison, and a graduate of Spalding. The Rev. James Gallagher,
C.S.V., gave the retreat at the Academy from January 28 to 30.
Each day began with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. The rest
of the day was occupied with thought-provoking conferences,
spiritual reading, mental prayer, the Stations of the Cross and
the Rosary. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament closed the
activities each afternoon,
Retreats . . .
The Most Important
Days of the Year
Spa1ding's retreat was closed with
Benediction by Father Whalen.
Father Gallagher gives Benediction during
the retreat at the Academy.
Reception of Holy Communion is a vital part of the retreat days for Academy students
The Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary
The Sodality of the Blcsst-d Virgin Mary has as
its aim pe-rsonal sanctity and tht-n tht- holint-ss of
otht-rs. Its mt-mht-rs strivt- to achit-vo this goal by
attending Mass and rt-ct-iving Holy Communion at
lt-ast three- times a wt-ck, daily rt-citation of tht-
Rosaryv fiftt-en minutt-s of mt-ntal prayt-r t-vt-ry day.
tht- saying of tht- Morning Offt-ring, Acts of Faith.
Hopt-, and Charity, thrt-e Hail Marys. an Act of
Const-cration upon arising, and a nightly examina-
tion of conscicnct- and Act of Contrition.
Ont- of tht- Sodalist's dutit-s is to pc-rform apos-
tolic work. Among thc various projt-cts was tht- tak-
ing of orphan childrt-n into our homt-s for one day of
normal family life-. Many non-sodalists participatt-d
in this projt-ct, and all havt- plt-asant mt-morit-s of
On Novi-mbt,-r 11, thc Re-vt-rt-nd Fatht-r Carra-
hint-, S.J.' conductt-d tht- annual dioce-san Sodality
Day attt-ndt-d hy Sodalists from all tht- Catholic high
schools in the dioct-st-.
As an outcomt- of this mt-t-ting. it was dt-cidt-d
to start a SDS moyt-mt-nt at AOL. "Supply tht- dt--
mand for tht- supply' is our motto in obtaining mod-
cst dress, formal and informal. Plans wcrt- made
for a style show in tht- spring.
As Christmas approacht-d. t-ach aftt-rnoon saw
St-Vt-ral girls hurrying to tht- Nt-ighhorhood Housf- to
help hand out toys. and otht-rs digging into toy
cht-sts and food ct-llars to find goods for tht- bas-
kt-ts for tht- nt-t-dy faniilit-s.
During tht- wt-ck of January 11, Socialists could
ht- found handing out pamphli-ts tt-lling the- story
of Our Lady of Fatima at tht- showing ol' that
moyit- at tht- Rialto 'l'ht-att-lg
Tht- tht-mo of Wintt-1' Wondt-rland st-t tht- mood
as AOL't-rs and tht-ir gut-sts danct-d to tht- strains
of Paul Wir--man's hand at tht- Sodality-sponsort-d
dance, January 16.
Pat Ireland. treasurt-rg Mary Franet-s llunt, pre-
ft-ctg Clara Jt-an Thill. vit-t--prt-ft-ctg Charlottt- Hoer-
On l"t-hruary 17 tht- stutlt-nts and tht-ir gut-sts t-n-
joyt-tl tht- movie. "Night Song," starring Mt-rle Oht-ron,
Dana Andrews. Tht- mont-y maclt- on this movit- was
ust-tl to pay for the ht-autiful flowt-rs ust-cl on May Day,
ont- of tht- main evt-nts of tht- yt-ar.
Otht-r projects wt-re to havt- tht- Rt-v, Etlwartl
Pht-lan to spt-ak at the Ft-hruary gt-nt-ral mt-t-ting on
tht- nt-ct-ssity of having Catholic literaturt- in our homt-s
antl of rt-atling it. Rt-v. John Ht-cht gave 21 monthly
lloly llour in tht- convt-nt chapt-l for the Socialists and
mt-mht-rs of tht- stuflt-nt hotly who cart-rl to atlt-ntl. A
lloly llour was also ht-ltl on Nt-w Yt-ar's Iivt- from six
to st-vt-n o'clock to niakt- reparation for tht- sins that
woulrl ht- committed that night.
March 3, Sevt-rltt,-t-n prohationt-rs Wert- rt-civt-cl into
tht- Soflality by Father Ht-cht and Wt-re givt-n tht-ir
mt-tlals. Sinct- September they had stutlit-tl antl lt-arned
tht- rult-s and tried out tht- way of life prt-scriht-tl for
Soflalists. Finally they had to pass a writtt-n examina-
tion antl promise to livt- up to the rules of tht- Sotlality,
Tht- Sodalists also conducted some vt-ry interest-
ing discussions at tht- weekly meetings on such topics
as "charity in the home," "going steady," and "ht-haflior
while on dates."
Sotlality representatives: Lucille Gartint-r, Nant-y
Jones, Carol Westlake, Janice Best, Marilyn l.ylt-.
Virginia Phillips, Barbara Rothan, Barbara Buckley.
Betty Krippt,-l, Diane Walheck, Carol Draegt-1, Judy
Harris, Anne Olson, Mary Jant- Tetlfortl.
Probationers receive their medals from Father Hecht
The CSMC convention at the Uni-
versity of Notre Dame was an un-
forgettahle experience for these
AOL'ers. Seated: Lucille Gardner.
Dolores Gollner, Marta Vonachen.
mentrout, Nancy Van Bruwaene.
Peggy Ireland, Rita Streitmiller,
Nancy Zarones, Patty Berg, Wilma
Catholic Students Mission Crusade
Mission efforts at the Academy got off to a flying start
when 20 students accompanied hy Sisters Mary Julia and
Rose Cecilia attended the national convention of the Catholic
Students Mission Crusade at the University of Notre Dame.
August 21 to 24.
There 2,000 students and missionaries from all over the
world met to unite in forming a program of action to spread
the Catholic Faith.
Catholic action will be achieved through their resolu-
tions. The main ones are:
To urge vocations for war-devastated areas.
To encourage financial help for poverty-stricken missions,
To study the problems of foreign countries, and corres-
pond with its people.
Occupying a prominent place in CSMC activities, is the
collection of cancelled stamps.
Competing with nearly a hundred schools, AOL placed
seventh in the stamp contest sponsored by St. Louis Univer-
sity in '52 and is the proud possessor of a traveling trophy.
The mission bureau at the university sells the stamps to col-
lectors and uses the proceeds to spread the Kingdom of
Christ in the Jesuit missions throughout the world.
In early spring of '53, the Academy had more than
doubled its total of last year by some 20,000 points, with
-1C leading in stiff inter-room competition,
Mission representatives always
find plenty of work to he done
and fun to he had in the doing.
l.. to r.: Joanne Kinney, Josephine
Alig, Rita Streitmiller, Sandra
Harding, Ida Armentrout, Peggy
Ireland, Martha Davis, Dolores
Gollner. Marta Vonachen, Fern Za-
horac, Clarys Cleary. Shirley Nau-
Clarys Cleary. Standing: lda Ar-
Zahorac, Shirley Nauman, Fern Za-
Academy zeal in missionary wark is inspired by
meetings held once a month for the entire student
Mission officers, and representatives selected
from each homeroom, with the advice of Sister Julia
and Sister Rose Cecilia, encourage other students
to respond to the plea of the Missions.
Skits are prepared for the majority of meetings.
"The Glowing Window," presented by speech classes,
appealed to the students to give a worthy Christ-
mas present to the Christ Child a donation to the
Missions for His poor, Their donations succeeded
in making the Nativity Window glow after all other
The story of "Juan Mateo," a Maryknoll mission
movie shown at the November meeting, stressed the
work of the missioners in Central America and es-
pecially the growth of native vocations,
Inspiring talks encouraged the students to splen-
did achievements for the following purposes:
Ransoming of pagan babies. Sale of Christmas
seals. Spiritual bouquets for missionaries, donations
to Bishop's Relief Fund, and to the Propagation of
The World for the Sacred Heart
Above: The story of the glowing window is told bv Sistc
Berry! to distinguished bearers of gifts to the Christ Child played by
Kay Keefe. Margie Schlink, and Joanne Petty.
Below: The window lights up when poor childrr n plant d bx
Maureen Cain and Shirley Nauman, present the gifts of AOL studtnts
Patty Berg. secretaryg Nancy Van Bruwaene, vice
presidentg Arlene Agan, presidentg Janet Best, treasurer
Representatives: Joyce Becker, Pat Vicary, Carol De- Judy Wiltse, Shirley Overbeck, Carol Koors, Mary Kay
Cromer, Sandra Huston, Judy Kaylor, Robin Bartholomew, Steiner, Pat Murphy,
The Student Council is a special type of service organi-
zation. Its services are donated to the students, to the
faculty tin the field of administrationb, and to the com-
First and foremost it serves the student body, which
it represents. The Student Council brings together mem-
bers of all the classes in a common group, which is united
to promote the aims, ideas, and goals of the entire
school. Student government encourages participation and
an active interest in the social life and spirit of the school.
It develops in the students a sense of pride and responsi-
bility toward their school.
Secondly, the Council deals with the rules, regula-
tions, and restrictions pertaining to student life, which
are necessary to keep things running smoothly.
Lastly, through helping to foster in the student body
the qualities of industry, courtesy, and co-operation, the
Student Council is molding better future citizens. They will
he prepared to assume a responsible position in society,
and be of greater service to the country and community.
Connie Scully, vice-president: Carol Mahoney, sec-
retaryg Margie Schlink, president, Laurice Joseph. treas-
Mothers and Fathers Clubs
Officers of the Academy Guild, an ac-
tive group of mothers of the students,
are: Mrs. Robert Sommer, president:
Mrs. Frank Evans, vice president, Mrs.
Paul Spainhower, secretary, Mrs. E, F.
Best. treasurer: Mrs. R. F. Whelan, pub-
licity, Mrs. T. J. Hanahan, program.
The activities of the guild for '52-'53
included a silver tea, a Christmas party,
a card party for the benefit of the
school, and a Mother and Daughter
Serving at the Silver Tea are Mrs. P. Spainhower, Mrs. T. J. Hana-
han, Mrs. P. Bringer, Mrs, F. Evans, Mrs. R. Sommer, Mrs. H, Ireland.
The Mothers Club of Spalding is a rela-
tively new organization, lt was established
in the early part of this year. The mothers
of the seniors made the initial plans and then
presented them to the mothers of the entire
student body. One of the main events of the
club this year was the sponsoring of a mixer
dance, held in the new Spalding gym, We are
sure that the Mothers Club is a welcome or-
ganization at Spalding and will do much for
the improvement of the School.
The Fathers Club is one of the old stand-
bys of Spalding and a friend of all the stu-
dents. It has many activities throughout the
entire year consisting of: the Quarterback
Meetings, Stag Fish Frys, Athletic Dinners, and
many others. It is the members of the Men's
Club that help out at all the social and ath-
letic events held by Spalding. This helpful
group also provides financial assistance for
the athletic teams.
The students of Spalding truly appreciate
this outstanding and generous group of men
who devote much of their time and energy for
the betterment of Spalding.
tl to rl Mr. McGann, Mr, Happach, Mr, Ham- i
mond, president, Mr. Ruhaak, and Mr. Stauffer. l
tl to rw Mrs. M. J. Kelly, Mrs. L. O. Boyle, Mrs. F. A. Haddigan, Mrs. Il
Dersch, president, Mrs. H. F. Boers, and Mrs, J. Heid.
SUE MCLAUGHLIN Queen
ROSE MARIE DOLAN
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Spaldmgs thlrd ohstrx lnct ot homtcommg ctrt
momes that of 1952 11 is a crovxmng succc ss A stream
of dtcorated automoblles formed an rmpressrve and
norsy parad on hO1'l1tCOI'1llI'lg day Sunday Oct 14 The
candrdates for Pomtcommg Queen WhlCh were chosen
bw the Academy and than voted on by Spaldlng were
Mary 'Vlullowney freshmin Donna Hurst Sophomore
At tht h'1lfth1 girls xurt driven lround tht track
m convtrtlhlts to tm Chttrs of tht studmnts Follovung
thus semor cllss vlce prtsldtnt John S11 vln 'mnounctd
that Sue Vllclftughlm was tht Quecn Sur VVIS then
crovxnt d hy tht 1JTtSldt nt of the st mor clfxss .lc rry Murphy
'ind was prtscnttd with '1 bouquet ot flown rs
That nlght a glant get together for the Spaldmg
alumnl and thclr frlends was held 1n the lower gum ot
Spaldlng at wrhch thc mens club served vac lltnt rt
freshments to the hungry guests The Spaldmg Academy
Band under Brother Drolet and Fr Darleys Glee Club
provlded entertalnment for the group The students were
not to be left out of the proceedlngs however as the
Tha Homtcommg Quttn Sur M'1cI aughlm rtlso
rtlgntd 0Vtl tht Vlctory dance 'xt tht close of the footh'1ll
season Hart the students tlcctfd as thc football klng
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as childrt-n of Mary, to crown Hs-r the Quewn of our
ht-urls and of thu May. Mary Francais Hunt was chosf-n
to rt-ign as May Quven. May IT, Last your sho crownvd
:XIZ1I'j'3131'lt', who in turn placed a crown of flowers upon
tho brow of our Blessed Lady.
The- Sodality reprt-st-nlatives, drvssvd altvrnutvly in
hluv and in white- formals, Our I,arly's colors, fornied
tho court on the stops of the- school. Mefnibe-rs of tht-
st-nior class prvswnted a lovely picturc in pastvl shadvd
tormals to form the living Rosary.
Tho cvwrnonivs we-rv L'lHSl'fl with livne-diction of
Ihr- Iiltlsst-cl Szicwzxme-nt.
MARY FRANCES HUNT
May Day- 1952
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The faculty and upporclassmvn selectud
Amvline Rashid as Academy girl bc-cause tht-y
' who best exemplifivs
considered her the semor ' .
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good, sorvicv to others, Q-arm-stncss as a stu
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dreams of the conquest
Tonti and Marquette tlohn Leneway and Iim Ringnessj
study a map of the territory around Peoria.
Indian dancer tDiane Dentinoy performs at festival
in honor of the god oi Spring.
To celebrate the diamond jubilee of the founding of the
Peoria Diocese, the American history classes of Spalding and
the Academy presented a documentary pageant, "Harvest
Festival," under the direction of Father White and Sister
In three parts, the first depicts the "Vineyard," the In-
dian tribes holding their festivals in honor of the god of
Spring, From there, we are taken to the seminaries of Paris
and the missions of Quebec. It is from these that come
Marquette, Joliet, LaSalle, and the others to plant the
Faith for the "seed Time." As the result of their labors the
new diocese of Peoria is formed. In this scene, "Springtime
of the Diocese." Bishop Spalding calls Priests and Sisters to
help in his labors. Now, after seventy-five years, the harvest
is being reaped, and so the Spirit of Catholicity points with
pride to the flourishing Catholic schools and institutions in
the diocese, as well as to its militant lay Catholic organiza-
Colonial women display their costumes. Ianet Best, Delores
Gollner, Darlene Buschbom, and Ioanna Dunne.
Behind the scene Workers are: Florence Schurtz,
props: Kathleen Hagemann, lights: Ameline Rashid,
costumes, Kathleen Dooley, tickets: and Margie Schlink,
A practice session is attended by: Bernie Marnie,
Agnes: John Slevin, grandpa: Arlene Agan, Ester: Barbara
York, the maid: Pat Crilly, Mrs. Wczhoughp: Art Johnson,
Fred: Pat Shea, Mrs. Smith: Judy Kaylor, Tootie: Shirley
Overbeck, Tootie: Margie Duke, Lucille: John Nahas, Lon:
Georgana Wahl, Rose: and Jim Cusack, Mr. Smith. Miss-
ing from the picture are Henry Dersch, Iohn: Charlie
Heyd, Mr. Dodge: Jack Crutcher, Mr. Duffy: and Rich Walz,
Meet Me In St. Louis
The three act comedy, "Meet Me in St.
Louis," directed by Sister Rose Cecilia, was the
choice for the senior class play. It was pre-
sented, April 15 and 16, in the Academy audi-
torium at 8:15 p.m. The leads were held by
Academy and Spalding seniors. This gay pro-
duction put you back in the spirit of the early
1900's with the old-fashioned costumes, danc-
ing, and songs.
Supervising is done by Connie
Scully, assistant, directory and
Mary Schemmel, stage manager,
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Some of Rudolph's admirers try to collect their candy kisses.
AOL Iunior Variety Show
Whispered conspiracies on the part of the juniors were
brought to the front with a surprise Christmas variety
show on December 19, under the direction of Virginia
Phillips. The opening number was a group of girls dressed
as elves warning two little tots . . you'd better watch
out . . . Santa Claus is coming to town." Some of the
other features were: the acting out of "I Saw Mommy
Kissing Santa Claus" and "All I Want for Christmas Is My
Two Front Teeth," a ballet dance and ballroom dancing
to "Winter Wonderland," a poem entitled "Little Jesus."
The highlight of the program was Rudolph, the Red-
Noscd Reindeer, who came down the middle aisle throw-
ing candy kisses to the girls,
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been had or good, so be good
for goodness sake."
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Florence Schurtz questions Barb Conley at a Careers Calling meeting
As a result of the SDS meeting held previously in the year, the
Sodality invited Mrs. Rosemary Russell, buyer at Bride's House, to
give a showing of her spring formals at the Academy on March 10.
Modeling these lovely formals of various styles and materials in
pastel shades were Clara Jean Thill, Mary Lou Sauer, Janice Best.
Charlotte Hoerdeman, Donna Hurst, and Betty Krippel. They all met
the SDS requirement of modesty. Afterwards Mrs. Russell very willing-
ly answered any questions that the girls had to ask her in regard
to accessories, colors, materials, and styles.
Once a month, Bob Holben and his
crew from WMBD, together with au-
thorities in various occupations open
to women, came to the Academy to
record "Careers Calling," a radio pro-
gram sponsored by the R, G. LeTour-
neau Company. For each broadcast,
a senior with a roving microphone,
acted as master of ceremonies and in-
troduced each inquisitive AOL'er. Sis-
ter Mary Carlos organized the stu-
dents wishing to participate.
The careers discussed and their
respective M.C.'s were: Nurse, Pat
Crillyg Airline Hostess, Mary Frances
Hunt, Social Worker, Florence
Schurtzg Telephone Service, Rita Aligg
TV and Radio, Pat McDonald, Teach-
er, Margie Schlinkg Homemaker, Ar-
Donna Hurst, Clara lean
Thill, Charlotte Hoerdeman.
tabovej Betty Krippel, and
Mary Lou Sauer model form-
als shown at the style show.
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Margi Duke fabovej was awarded a radio for
third place in the "Voice of Democracy" contest.
Upper left: Art Iohnson and lim Farrelly receiv-
ed first and second place respectively in the Peoria
area chemistry essay contest.
Lower left: Mr. Clarence Mugge presents Sharon
Feeney with a scholarship to Bradley, the first prize
award for the advertising essay contest.
Bottom left: lack Crutcher and Mary Frances
Hunt discuss various points of their winning speech-
es in the Te Deum Speech Contest.
Bottom right: Maureen Horan, Gerry Boyle, and
Pat Crilly talk of the outcome of the regional speech
contest held at Woodruff in which they participated
and won places in the different divisions.
Father Livingston, Director of the C.Y.C.
Catholic Youth Center
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by the Vvry Rt-v. M. V. Hass tu give! tht- Catholic youth 21
placm- to 11-cn-atv. On its Q-ighth birthday it muvvd into
its nt-w quartt-rs in tht- Spalding Gym. Thf- Academy and
Spalding studvnts have spm-nt many vnjnyahlv hours at thu
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Most Rev W11l1am E Cousrns
Blshop of Peorla
v B Reldy
Rev P OC Culleton
Rev P Sammon
Very Rev F B Blecke
Very Rev M V Haas
Very Rev G Mlddleton
Vt ry Rev R G Peters
M A Coffey
A A Cunmngham
J H Fennen
J M Fltzgerald
Franc1scan Fathers of St Bomface
Francxscan Fathers of Sacred Heart
J I Gerber
John C He Chl
C J Hcttlnger
D W Kratz
John A Kwak
Edward M Krtvxer
Robert C IlVlY'lgSf0I'l
C D Martln
E A OConnor
Edward J Phelan
R E Prendergast
J D Shaughnessy
M J Spaldlng
John J Swetnrv
Thomas H Wlddcl
and Mrs J R Armentrout
and Mrs Leo J Barbrer
Mr and Mrs W W Bassett
Wllllam J Baumann
Dr George J Best MD
Mr and Mrs W L Blederbeck
Mr and Mrs Charles Blggrns Jr
Paul F Bourscherdt
Mr and Mrs L O Boxle
Earl F Bray
Mr and Mrs Rox E Bullock
Geraldlnc Bushtll RN
Mr and Mrs J W Bushcll
Mr and Mrs Robtrt L Bushtll
Carver and Traub
Mr and Mrs
Mrs Paul M
Michael J Clearx
Jerome B Conlogue
W R Crovxlex
Stanlev W Crutcher
L E Cushmg
John C Decker
Dr and Mrs William F Dlxon
Mrs J E Dooley
Mr and Mrs
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Ito H Duke
Janus F Dunne
Rax mond Dunnt
T S Farraher
Patrick ll Fmn
C A Gardner
Mrs Ellzabeth Goebel
'Vlr and Mrs Mxlcs Goddard
Hovxard J Gorman
Mrs leo J llagcmrtnn
HaJn'1l md Famlly
Mrs John H mlty
Mrs W W Harrmann
Mrs Bunarrl HLIHZ
Marx Hermt s
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Mr and Mrs W C Heyd
Mr and Mrs Carl J Hoerdeman
Edward M Horan
Mrs Harry W Myatt
Mr and Mrs Francls Nauman
Thomas O Connor
Mr and Mrs George L Olson
L Cullen Hunt
H J Ireland
Fred E Jacobs
Iuclan B J'1cqu1n
E H Janovetz
Paul R Jones
A P Johnson
Rlchard J Kavanagh
Ernest S Kaylor
and Mrs James E Keefe
and Mrs Joseph Kelly
Kmgslands K and W Market
M H Kronenberg
John W Llttle
P R McGrath
John A Malone
James J Manmng
George P Marme
Mrss Anne Martm
Joseph M Mane
J G Metz
J E Murphy
Mr and Mrs Joseph Orth
Mrs Gladys Overbeck
Mr F M Rashid
Anna C Rrmmgton
Dr David Ryan
Mr and Mrs T A Schlmk
Mr and Mrs Fred Schotthoefer
Mr and Mrs Chase Scully Jr
Senror A at AOL
Senlor B at AO L
Senror C at AO L
Mrs Spaldlng Slevm
Clarence W Smrth
W J Smlth
Mrs Russell E Snedden
Mrs R J Stewart
Mrs Edward Stlcklmg
Mrs N F Strertmrller
Mrs Carl J Szentes
Tadre Magazlne Servlce
Mrs P F Ternus
Mr and Mrs Raymond F Walz
Jerry WIIIOH s Men s Wear
A Frlend of AOL
Dr Arthur Baker
I W Bushell and
Hooters and Tmners
Carr and Iohnston Co
121 S Washington St
Great Central Insurance
Hold up Burglary and
Dr I F Murray
703 Lehmann Bldg
1000 N Umversxty
Francis Hatool M D
Western Tap Room
3217 Western Ave
Benham H Wngley
Zaborac Coal Co
Norwood Park Peona
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THE CLASS OF 53
CUHEN FURNITURE C0
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MEADOW BROOK DAIRY INC
Ice Cream and Dazry Products
I 0 H N S T 0 N S
C M R 95 Peorla III
GRAWEY GLASS C0
901 So Adams St
IOOSTEN PIANO CO
"Peorza's Oldest Muszc Store"
629 Maln Phone 4 4306
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THE IEFFERSON HOTEL
A Smorgasbord every Sunday
Congratulat1ons to the graduatlng class ol Spaldmg Instltute
MORE HOMES FOR SALE
A3447 MORE HOMES sou: EVERYDAY
R l E t t TRADERS REALTY CORPORA
When You Buy When You Sell
Traders I-lre The Folks To Tell'
TRI-lDERS REALTY CORPOR1-lTION
606 M P 4 183
12 or a ison Avenue
Peoria, Ill' ' f z
Th me respected in Peoria ea . -
TION h t bl' h d putation b d p mpt ser ' . . . g '
d ' t g' y th quickest actio h y b y h y ll.
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Compl1ments of The Sen1or
Mechan1ca1 Draw1ng Class
Buggy Bugasxons Bxggms
Half Breed Boyer
Larry Hot Tod Tadxe
Ioe Spike Mrrande
Iohn Beast Long
lack Coach Donlan
Wxlhe Poncho Trompeter
Iohn Gxmper Slevm Esq
Tom Duke Schaub
Ierry the Monk Laleber
Crazy Dan Uranxch Esq
Ramon I-'led Zerwer
Iack Buck Buckley
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? falr deahng and hlgh st ndards
pleasmg hlgh school men and women
J, These hlgh standards
have been malntarned
4' 3' for almost 100 years
COMPLETE CHR CIIRE
TUNE UP and GENERATOR SERVICE
CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB MEMBER
324 Prospect Road
213 215 So Adams
Driver Tramlng Instructions
Guaranteed Used Cars
433 Irranklrn btrcet Peorxa, Ilhnors
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sax ed here every week means
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SAVINGS NOW MEANS COLLEGE LATER
R CIA I. Nahonal Bank
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Quallty Grocenes 8r Meats
for over 34 years
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Your Frrendly Nelghborhood Theatre
vlc Ann RALPH nAscHm's C R T 5 T T H T A T R T
Ideal Food Market
823 N Jzffnrson
Patronxze Your Independent Merchant
Truly A Frzend Ln Your Commumty
3117 ProSp ct Road
Peorla Hexghts 11l1no1s
Clarence F Curv Mgr
Earn cr Preferred Return on Savmgs'
PEOPLES FEDERAL SAVINGS
S N 2 And Loan Assoclatxon of Peorxa
1515 PTOSPQCY Rd 111 INorth Jefferson Avenue Phone 6 0811
Phone 5 7636
The Place for Savmgs
3307 Sherldan Rd
1917 Main SI
Best Wrshes to Our Grads
BOYLE S GRILL
Home of the Boyleburger
108 So Unlverslty at Mam
PEORIII UNDERCOIITING CO
NEWMIIN HND ULLMIIN INC
MINIT MAN CAR WASH . CIGARS
SEAT COVERS and UPHOLSTERING ' CONFECTIONS
816 Main Phone G 9116
210 S Washlngton St
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Iewelers and Sllversmlths
Corner Mam 'md Madlson
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Cleaning And Dyelng Service
Tel G 6156 Maln St
Peona s Ma ier Cleaner and Dyer
B111 Everly s
BRADLEY SPORT SHOP
1613 PROSPECT ROAD
Phone 2 2260
YOUR SHOPPING CENTER FOR
Teent1mer Or1g1nal Dresses
SKIRTS BLOUSES SWEATERS
BUSTER BROWN BOBBY SOCKS
OPEN DAILY O am to 9 pm
Ample Free Parklng Space
GERALD T KELSCH
2410 Western Avo Peorxa Ill
GRADUATES O1-' 1953
Have Your Diploma and
Class Picture Framed at
HELEN GALLAGHER gigs
413 Fulton Street or
Pere Marquette Arcade
Always Send a Gxft for Remembrance
PEORIA SPRING COMPANY
21.9 Knoxvlllm Au nue
Phone 3 3831
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BUDGET F1-xsH1oNs I CONGRATULATIONS
GOOD LUCK and GOOD HEALTH
922 Central National Bank
The Bank with the "Weatherstick"
THE COOGHN FAMILY
SMITH DRUG STORE
1800 Kuuxvillc ul Mcflurc
BOB POPPEN S MARKET
E T McQUELLON
Plumblng and Heatmg
General Electnc Ilppllances
SCHIERER S DAIRY PRODUCTS
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ROBERT HAUSAMS MARKET
3111 S AD XNIS
MULLER PRODUCE INC
FRESH 81 FROZEN FOOD
F tlrue C
LUND 66 SERVICE
9931 1815 P Osp I Rd
LUBRICATION WASHING ACCESSORIES
We gv SGH g e stamps
PURITY TENDER TEX
The bread Ln the orange wrapper
P ty Bak g 0 S
IOHN R WHALEN CO
Buzlders of Edmund Dunne Hall 1929
ACE AMBULANCE 8. OXYGEN SERVICE
24 Hour Ambulance Servzce
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SPRINGER BURKLAND CO
607 Al 1111 Strut
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Notions Fountain Supplies
ILLINOIS FRUIT 8. VEGETABLE MARKET
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Dally
Nl 3 162 3
We make ruzt baskets to order
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
SOUTH SIDE PLUMBING
Ed Wmdsor Master Plumber
11 In O11 Nltkll 1
All work fully guaranteed
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MILO S PARK N SHOP
LAWRENCE BROS MARKET
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Used ercluswely m the ca eterzas
Academy of Our Lady
PEORIA NEWS STAND
Fmer Creetm Q Cards For FU 1y Occasion
500 Mam St
P1 ompt Service
SOUTH SIDE COAL CO
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Jefferson Trust and Savings Bank of Peoria
Member Federal Deposnt Insu ance Corporatlon
S10 000 Max mum Insurance fo Each Deposxtor
EDWARD I WARD MD
JO I h mnn Bunldmg,
COURIS FOOD TOWN
East Peomas Newest and Most Modern
Open 7 davs 9 to 9
GREENS DRUG STORE
Personalized Drug Service
Ph n 2 2876
WISCOHS n Sz K'1nsas Pcoua Ill nol
8 Man Pcorla Ill
TERMITE INSPECTIONS FREE
0 BRIEN IOBST
The Mens Stor 0 Peorza
Clothlers l-latters Furmshers
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Ours Exclusively m Peoria
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BEETLER BEAUTY SERVICE
Helene 196 S Mfidxson
Gravsons 104 S Adams
Brooks 291 S Adams
Brady S 1600 Sherldan
St Francls Hospltal
Wm Beetler Owner
LIGHTING FIXTURES new "' 5
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E J IVIAUSHARD
A R T
102 S MONROE
Pcorxas, Only Store Dexoted Excluslvely
708 Mann Street P orxa IIl1no1s To Supplying Artists
Run by Artzsts or Arfzsts
FRASCO BROS MARKET
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P114 nn 7 6111
Meats and Grocerles Itallan Foods
GREAT CENTRAL INSURANCE C0
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Prnsulent Scgx 'Irons
THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS Co
PeorIas Wallpaper and PaInt Hdq
32 S X111 5
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BOURSCHEIDT ELECTRIC C0
All You Require - When You Wire
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It s a b1g w1de wonderful world and we g1ve It to you w1th
our blesslngs Our fathers gave lt to us a generatlon ago They told
us lt would be what we chose to make of lt
They made It very plaln that an educatlon dldn t ent1t'e us to any
more of th1s world than anyone else merely that Wlth an educatlon
we d be better equlpped to face It meet 1ts challenges
Our fathers told us we d stand a better chance w1th an educat1on and
And then as though sensmg an unspoken thought our fathel s added
another word of cautlon
N 01 IS an educatlon a substltute for hard work they sm1led It s
Just a great help 1n that work
We offer you the same words as those we recelved We offer you the
same world sllghtly changed but essentlally mtact Its for youl
hands to lmprove
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that we'd get more out of life. It was true then, and it's still true now.
funds the door open
Block St Kuhl Co
O :ce Functzons
ou will find all ot t ese an many more at Block C Kutxl Co where
ttmere are a greater variety ot opportunltles m ttne retail trelct than
Yes the cloor is open to an who are lnterestecl m a department store
career and opportumty IS lmoctcmg every day Block E Kutrt s
growing a you can grow wlttl It
Why clont you compare notes wlttr the Personnel Director an
Bl tc 6 K hl Co doesnt awe to otter lust what you are
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Block 8: Kllhl Co., Peorla, Illlll0lS
Mann Offices, Central Distribution, 801 S Washington St
PEORIA OTTAWA WINNETKA NIOLINE
DECATUR GALESBURG ROCKFORD DAVENPORT IA
QUINCY KEWANEE HESS BROS BURLINGTON IA
AURORA JOLIET FREEPORT DANVILLE STORE
DANVILLE ELGIN ROCK ISLAND FOR HOMES
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THE BEST IN BEVERAGES
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INYOUR FAVORITE: FLAVOR
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X Q GARBERS SUPER MARKET
I FREDERICK N FRANK
THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF PEORIA
Membe Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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As you ta e those first confident steps
on the road road of life, you'll soon fin hat A
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The magic of modern ele t' 'ty has W'-
dened pportunities for work and play.
A today's graduate, you can look f ward '
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MILLER S HORSEMAN S
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For the Best ln RIDING HORSES
and HAY RIDES
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Samtary Chemlcal and Janltorlal Supplies
O FRANK HEINZ 0'
Schools Hospitals Factories Homes
MATTHEW S MUSIC COMPANY
79 XI un t Corn Ulm
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Band Instrument TV and Record Dept
wlth Adams Music Co
Qualzty Apparel For The Entzre Famzly
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MACHINE SHOP SERVICE
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Parts and Supplles
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versrtles combrnes the advantages of the very large un1
verslty wrth the personal attentlon provrded by smaller
colleges The chref of the d1v1s1on of hlgher educatlon
Natronal Educatlon Assocratlon recently stated Bradley
has the hrghest accredlted ratmg that an 1nst1tut1on can
aChl6VG 1n the Unrttd States
Bradley Unrverslty offers over 800 courses IH over 50 areas
of study Its free lecture 'lrts serles IS not surpassed ln
any unrverslty ID the Umted States The Unlverslty IS
ace edltrd by all major 'rccredrtlng agenclcs
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the opportumty to combine hrs regular colle ge education
Wlth mllltary trammg ln the unlversltys Arr ROTC If
hrs collage and mrlrtary work IS credltable he has a
chance for deferment unt1l graduatron and for garnrng
a reserve commlssnon upon graduatron as a ground forces
offlcer ln the Arr Force
July 17, - August 20 1953
Fall term begins
September 14, 1953
July 16 1953
For further l11fUl'lll'ltlUllI
Stcretwry uf .Xclmissimls
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NATIONAL BRAND SHOES
Stock By Us ln a Complete
Range of Sizes and Wldths
for WOMEN for MEN for CHILDREN
Mademolsellr Kolth Hlghlandvrs American Jumors
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CRAWFORD SHOE STORES
321 Fulton St W J Crawford Mgr
Outlet Store 211 Fulton
Wm C Crawford Mgr
Shoe Salon 340 Fulton
323 Court St Pekm lllmoxs
John Crawford Mg
The mzlk that LS
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MARCY cmd TED STENOISH
For The FINEST In Stylmg
3205 North Sllefldiill Road Peoria Ill
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Open Evenings Tll 8 pm
Its smart to have good brakes
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BLUE RIBBON Foons
AMERICAS CUP COFFEE
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IS Our Ambition
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For I-'me Cameras Projectors and All Types
of Photographic Equxpment and Supplies
REX STUDIO and CAMERA SHOPS
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Peorzas Oldest Photographzc Stores
SYLVANIA T V CENTER
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HARDWARE AUTO SUPPLIES PAINTS
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Canopies and Venetlan Blmds
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Grocerles Meats 8: Vegetables
All Kmds of Poultry
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Best Wlshes to the Graduatmg Class of
THE ACADEMY OF OUR LADY
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THE RICH VERVE Or POADMASTI-.R INTILRIORS
comes from the striking beauty of decorator fabrics
and tum in superb harmonv mth each other and
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in abundant evidence Foam rubber bas d Roxpoint
nylon carpetmg adds to the regal richness of Road
masters beautifully hushed interiors
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ITS BEEN A PLEASURE TAKING THE
PORT RAITS OI SPALDING
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The members ol the 1953 Summa Stall of Spaldmg and the Academy
Qratefully atknowledge thelr indebtedness to all who IH any w ay helped
to make thls book a reallty To the followmg for thelr outstandlng asslst
ance md splendld to operatlon speual frppreclltlon I9 here glxen
The fatultx and student body for thelr lnterest and eo operation
Our patrons and adwertlsers fo1 their fmanclal asslstance
PLANNINC AND ADVICE
Mr I L Sronce yearbook Lonsultant fol the Peorla FHQIHVIUD Co wlth
out whose Constant help aduee and planmng this book would
not hate been 1 lCllltX
Brother lames Boose C S V and Slster Clare Fdmond C SI farultx
senior poxtralts and roup mttures respectlxely
lohn Iacobs Studlo Spalding semor portralts
Mr Thomas Sldes underrlassmen pictures
The Peorla Journal and The PCOYIH Star sports pletures
The Reglster actmts pxctures
Brother Boose the Spaldln Camerl Club and members ol the Atade
my Summa St iff dlX15lOI1 pa es Spalding group and sport ple
tures and mformals
Peorlr En raxlng C ompany
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