Academy of Our Lady / Spalding Institute - Summa Yearbook (Peoria, IL)

 - Class of 1954

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0 ,100 - , - Y , -1321-3? DEDICATION The most honored position in any production is that of leading lady. On her the spotlight shines. Our Leading Lady is in the spotlight particularly during this year of l954 which is her year-the year of Marys A leading lady should be heautiul, deserving of thc praises of men, worthy of the honor which they give her. Our Leading Lady is all-beautiful. She is the glory-she is the joy-she is the honor of our people. To Mary, chosen by God Himself as the Mother of His Son and Leading Lady of the world, we dedicate the Summa Review of l954. Um adm fwfr ai Viv W. ,- , 'Lfili-'Eff-X A t.iiI'F-324' , . -An if Act VIN 401' Hclfxb Aoi ll XS he oior fQrs AIC! ll! x Undersfuwbs Ho! IV X Sporfbks V X Curfozhizine L31 gb 4-'lgels 5 i li Q X . 15' During the past two years the students at the Academy and Spalding have been fortunate in having as their spiritual leader, Bishop William E. Cousins. He has taken a personal interest in our spiritual, intellectual, and social formation. We Catholic teenagers acknowledge our allegiance to our Bishop and our Church and we promise, as adults, to aid the Church, under the guidance of our Bishop, in its Divine mission of bringing Christ into the hearts of everyone. G Our Producer Most Reverend WILLIAM E. COUSINS, D Bishop of Peoria Q i .V x"i 9 fi 4 -Fabry Studio f A I WJ! G 1 f 4 E t ' A N K l ' ' s yy , , JN if ' . Q . 4 S Q4 a x 4 Q. Vt i 5. S r, MQW., . .. , L ig. , f'35.152ig?e2i7iiQ1'-:f'i1? W 392' W' f.g:3::j:5.,,, v- v. X me ,-L-:fe -'f-:::::1.gf. ,. 1, fg':-.-ggziafia -2 I .J ,5v1',- feg'3.1'frf5"?'-'ff'ff'zg2La' , ,.-'."I-5-:r:'E'i-:'- . 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' -! ,' .3.'. . 233:53 J- J ' ,:E::l' -if.: - sfifif ' , -' :iw flffi' 9 ,mlirf ' :QM G45-" ".'.,- .aj , , ,.-5.5 - ,.,..f V820 -Jig' fxiia.Lf..y:a?'f5':f13:r?f'2IE"'.'I k A 112112 ,J fidfi :J-" . -g.'-f,?:Uf:.':'2:i-1ff'1.'-f"' ' 15:31 .1 ' f . nw- ...1a.f.-Q. ,.--:-.- 1-1 - .-:-'. n.'.g1r7f I , -, . 4 :iam-. , , . v, "'2'53i5ff5:.55 . :fn --,"-S5511 ' " 41-K1 ' ""--1?'fff' r . ' , ..., . tx'-' A -' : 3'-Zfitk . ,.,-. I i '5 153. "'1Z'.'4 '.1.:11'M- 3 1:-'I'-I 1 4 g.-:Q Our ff'flCl'll'l'Y - who rfzrmt our lwu now. mul zn I77f'I7llI'lIflOl'I fm eternal happmcss. SPALDING FACULTY The shortage of teachers made some changes necessary during the past year. Father Shiels was appointed Superior of the Viatorian Fathers at Alleman High School, Rock Island, Illinois and Father Williams added the duties of Principal at Spalding to those as Superior of the Viatorians in Peoria. The humble and quiet ways of Father Williams have found many friends among the students and others at Spalding. REV. IOHN E. WILLIAMS, C.S.V., Ph.D. Superior. Principal, Modern History The Clcrics ol' St. Viator at Spalding Institute Wish to express their appreciation to the Board of Control for their generous financial support and helpful, courteous advice in the many problems that confront administrators of a high school today. The Board, under the presidency of His Excel- lency, Bishop William E. Cousins, D.D., is composed of the following members: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Patrick CTC. Culleton, Pastor of St. Patriclcys parish, Chairman. Very Rev. Msgr. Murray V. Haas, Pastor of St. Maryis Cathedral. Very Rev. Msgr. F. P. Bleckc, Diocesan Superintendent of Schools. Father lames Fitzgerald, Pastor of St. Marlis. Father B. Rank, Pastor of St. Thomas. Father George Carton, Chancellor of the Diocese. Father Robert Livingston, Director of Spalding Gym- nasiurn. Father john Sweeney, Assistant Superintendent of Schools. Father john E. Willianis, C.S.V., Director and Prin- cipal of Spalding Institute. Father joseph Surn, C.S.V., Assistant Principal of Spalding Institute. Brother Leo V. Ryan, C.S.V., Treasurer of Spalding Institute. Ont- of the most important factors in the manzigv- mt-nt of any school is the maintenance ot' order and discipline, Fr. Sum was given charge of this duty, and under his direction the dc-merit, system was in- auguiatcd at Spalding, and has proven to be very successful. Besides fulfilling his dutivs as Donn, Fr. Sum also flenionstrated his excellent teaching ability in his trigonometry class. Because of his excellent guidance, he has won himself the icspt-ct and friend- ship of the entire student body, At the beginning of the second semester Father Sum was appointed assistant principal, succeeding Father Thompson, who asked to bt- returned to full- time teaching. BROTHER LEG V. RYAN, C.S.V., lVl.B.A. Treasurer. Busincss Manager. Busincss Education FATHER JOSEPH H. SUM, C.S.V.. lVl.A. Assistant Principal Mathematics, Religion lirotlicr llyan in his second year at Spalding has proven himself to bc an invaluable asset to the school. His handling ot' thc cafeteria is a fine ox- anipltt of his nizmagtlrial ability and business-like manner. Besides his duties in the cafeteria, he also has thc responsibilitit-s of treasurer of the school, teaching Consumer Economics, and making various lecturing tours throughout tht- country. 9 Rev. Harold Thompson. C.S.V M.A. English, Religion Guidance Rev. Ioseph Gallagher, C.S.V. M.A. History, Religion Junior Moderator Brother joseph Drolet, C.S.V. B. MUS., B.A. Band, Variety Show Director V 10 Rev. Maurice Dailey, C.S.V. Rev. Joseph Canella, C.S.V. M.A. M.A. M.A. Spanish, English, Religion, History, Religion Athletic Director Senior Moderator English, Religion WU' 1 r Rev. Raymond Novacek, 'Rev. Edward Heitjan, C.S.V. Rev. Iohn Monahan, C.S.V. C.S.V., B.A. B.A. M.A. Religion, Art Mathematics, Religion Religion, Latin Mechanical Drawing Sophomore Moderator Sodality Moderator Bowling Team Rev. Lawrence White, C.S.V. Q Rev. Philip M. Clifford, C.S.V M.A. Business Education Summa Advisor Rev. Patrick Durkin, C.S.V. M.S. Religion, Chemistry Freshman Moderator Brother Robert Schoffman Brother Iarnes Boose, C.S.V. Brother Richard Daukas Brother Robert Foster, C.S.V. D.V.M., M.S. B.S. C.S.V. B.A. B.A. Biology, General Science Physics English, Latin English Clit-erleaders, Golf Coach Institute Advisor V 2' Brother Donald Huntimer Rev. William Anson. C.S.V. Sister M. Estelle, O.S.B. M.Ed. Sister M. Geraldine, O.S.B. C.S.V., B.A. B.A. A B.Ed.. B.A.L.S. , Tyvmg History History Librarian Mr. Iohn Errion, B.S. Physical Education Hcad Basketball, Baseball Coach IANITORS gm A '-.215-. ,: 321 QL i v I , Tl . .,:.,,: Mr. Edward Uranich, B.S. Physical Education Head Football Coach Mary Ann Brennan Secretary COOKS i "Chips" "Bill" g.. "Junior" L. to R. Mrs. Mariock, Mrs. Willard, Mrs. Cappitelli. Missing A- Mrs, Hartne-tt. ii ACADEMY FACULTY Under the able guidance of Mother M. Lucillu and the rest of our faculty we have completed an- other year of the molding ol youthful characters -- strong in both knowledge and virtue. A great deal of the Credit is due to our faithful priests who give their time and share their knowledge every Week to direct the spiritual lives oi the students of the Academy. MOTHER MARY LUCILLA, C.S.I. Principal, French, Sodality Moderator Very Rev. Msgr. M. VA Haas Rev. Robert C. Livingston Rev- Wmiqm Feeney Rev, Cyril Schlcrrman Rev. Charles Fogarty Sister Mary Norbert, C.S.I. Study Hall Supervisor w Sister Mary Helen, C.S.I. English Sister Helen Irene, C.S.1'. Religion, English, Latin Sister Mary Robert, C.S.I. Sister Mary Hortensia, C.S.I English Spanish, World History multi ww Sister Miriam, C.S.I. Sister Mary Doretta, C.S.I. Latin Cain-ioria CLASS IVICPDERATORS 'W--anvil' www!" Sister Mary Harold, C.S.I. Sister Mary Urbana, C.S.I. Religion, Family Living, Religion, Commercial, Red Cross AflX'lSfx1' Regislini' Sister Mary Valeria, C.S.I. Sister Mary Cletus, C.S.I. Religion, Science, Religion, Biology, Civics Mathematics Sister Mary Dominic, C.S.1'. Sister Electa Marie, C.S.I. Sister Mary Arthur, C.S.1'. Religion, Geometry Religion, English, Speech, Religion, Music, Gloe Club Student, Council Adviser Sister Mary Iulid. C-S-L Sister Mary Clarita, C.S.I. Sister Rita Catherine, C.S.I. Religion, Commercial, Religion, Mathematics Religion, Latin, French C.S.M.C. Moderator Sister Ursula Marie. C.S.I. Religion, English, Art, Compact Adviser Sister Clare Edmond. C.S.I Religion, Biology, Algebra Summa Adviser Sister Mary Marcia, CtS.I. Religion, English, l,iIorary Mrs. Dorothy Reynolds Miss Rita McL'inden Physical Education Clothing, Family Living Miss Ioan O'Connor American History, Sociology Honor Students AT SPALDING . . . First Row: Robert Render, Theodore Otto, larnes Srnith. Second Row: Iohn Iachrnan, Maurice Ioseph. Third Row: Leon Ioseph, Robert Rernm. AT THE ACADEMY . . . First Row: Ianet Best, Mary Ellen Ros- tetter, Donna Draeger. Second Row: Helen Schaefer, Mary Beth Kemp, Anita McKenzie. Third Row: Mary Clare Costello, Pat- ricia Ireland, Janice Best, Marilyn Lyle. 17 Highest Honors AT SPALDING- Robert Remm, Valedictorian john Iachrnan, Salulatorian AT THE ACADEMY Ianice Best, Salumtorian janet Best, Valedictorian ALBRECHT, NORMA ARNOLD, RICHARD BARKER. ROBERT St. Joseph. Peking Glee Club '52g St. Mark: Intramurals St. Iiatrickg Intramurals Bowling '51g Variety Show . N '513g Stage Crew '54g History Pageant t'Sweethearts" '52g Clubs: French A Scfwlar Hmong SCHUIHYS' '53, l '53g G.A.A. '53, "It becomes a young man to be UShe radiates charm in her quiet honest." waylyl BIEDERBECK, MARY St. Thomas: Honor Roll 6315 Class Vice-President '54g Compact Make-up Editor '543 Variety Show '5I5g Speech Club 545 Summa Booster '54. "A mighty voice that speaks in- telligencef' 'rFrom Here to Eternity" fs f BONN, PAUL St. Bernardg Intramurals '523 Glce Club '51, '52g Variety Show '54g Cam- era Cluli '51g History Pageant '53, "A greater friend no manqhathf' BOUR, CHARLES St. Bonifaeeg Intramurals '52, Manager '51, Cheerleader '52 '54: Glee Club '51, '52, '53, '54 "You ean't be perlect unless liuia' red." amd? BRINGER, IUDITH St. Bernard: Sodality '53, '51l: Glee Club '54g Red Cross Rep. '51: Variety Show History Pageant '53: Howling '51, '52g Clubs: Speech '5lig Spanish Secretary '54g Camera Sec, '54: G.A.A. '51, '52, '53, '543 Summa Booster '54, "She deals largely in laughter." BRISSETTE, ROBERT St. Mark: Intramurals '53g Bowling 'T' '53 '54 "A Small boy with a happy heart BERG, PATRICIA St. Thomas, Sociality '51, '52, '53 CSMC President '54, Secretary '53, Variety Show '53: Basketball '51, '52, '53, '54, Volleyball '51, '52, '53, '54 Stamp Committee '51, '52, "Fm-nciliness is framed in her eyes! BOURSCHEIDT. ANN St. Philomena, Sodality '54, Com- BEST, IANET St, Philome-na: Valeciietorian: Hon-ir Roll itil, Sodality '54: CSMC Rep. '51, Treasurer '53, Glee Club '54, See- retary '53, Summa Co-Editor '54, Va- riei.y Show '53, Basketball '51, '52, '53, Volleyball '51, '52, '53, Bowling '51, '52, Homecoming Queen '54, History I'agea'it '53, Clubs: Biology President '52, Summa Booster '54, "A graceful sincerity dwells in a merry heart." BRATTON. MARY IO St. Mary, Variety Show '53, Swim- paet '53, I-Editor '54, Variety Show '53, ming '53, '54, Clubs: Biology '52. Bowling '51, '52, '53, Swimming '53, Summa Booster '54. Stamp Committee '51, History Pag- ,, ,. , ,, cant '53, Clubs: Biology '52, Summa Wm' "mee 50 Sweet' Booster '54, "Full of fun and friendly ways." Msn BEST. IANICE St. Philomena, Salutatorian, Honor St. John, Sodality BIANCHI, ELAINE '52, Glee Club Roll fbi, Soclality '54, Rep. '51, '52, '52, '53, '54, "Sweethearts" '52, '53, Glue Club '53, Treasurer '53, St.u- Variety Show '53, Volleyball '53, dent Counril Rep, '54, Class Treasurer Bowling '52, Swimming '53, Clubs: '53, Variety Show '53, Basketball '51, Spanish '53, Summa Booster '54. '52, '53, Volleyball '51, '52, '53, BOWI- ing '51, '52, History Pageant '53, Sen- ior Play, Clubs, Biology Vice-Pres. '52, Summa Booster '54, "With a song in "A sunbeam on a dreary clay." . uv . her heart." 111-X ,'X Cm Q CO O 0' az' Q' O O - Nr? ,Z o O O60 ai? .Q L W W '- l 9 I 4 N I 1. if Oo C lg " C76 , -fix ' '47 22 if 1 I 030 O OOO gc IU O o O BRINGER, IOYCE St, Bernard, Soclality '52, '53, Rep. '54, Glee Club '53, Student Coun- eil Rep. '51, Red Cross Rep. '52, Speerh '53, "Sweethearts" '52, Va- riety Shoxx '53, Basketball '51, '52, 5.5. 54, Xolleyball 51, 52, 53, 54, Bowling '51, '52, History Pageant '53, Clubs: Spanish '53, '54, Camera Pres- ident '54, "All who learn to know her, love liek. " .fo c BURNS, IOHN BUSCHBOM. DARLENE St. Bernard. St, Thomas: Variety Show '53, Bas- ,, . , ketball '51, '52, '53, '54, Volleyball It silenee were golden. he'tl be a '51 '55 -53 '54 mm-ling '33, '53- millionairt-." ,."' 1. I 5-4 . - ' w 139 Q "Give, cz Girl a Break X llistoiy lageant 53, Llubs: Camera '54, Biology '52. "Never let your studies interfere xx ith your education. " 19 a' l WW? BUYSEE EDITH CARMODY. IOHN s iomis Glee Club '53, '53, St, Philomena, Intramurals '52, L Cross nl '54, "Sweethearts" HT. E V .tq . V ,, v2 Viiiety Show '53, Swimming '53, 'mt ual 5 for nl' One' Summx Boostei '54, ,uiet until you know her," ll! xi' l l l il. "You, You, Youln CASHMAN, GERALD CLASPELL, IUDY St, Philomena, Honor Roll KTM Na- St. Mark, Glee Club '52, Compact tional Honor Society '54, Glee Club '51, Speech '54, "Sweethearts" '52, '51, Basketball '54, Class President Variety Show '53, Basketball '54, Vol- '52, Institute Stall' '54, leyball '54, "Got your Latin?" "A friendly manner and a pleasant way, " E i COOK, WILLIAM COOPER, MICHAEL St, John, Intramurals '51, '52, '53, Sacred Heart, Intramurals ' Qlee Club '51, '52, '53, Variety Show Glee Club '52, '53, Sorlality ' '53, Tennis '51, Camera Club '51, '52, "Just plain bull." "Better late than never." 5 CORLETT, MARGIE St, Philomena, Variety Show '53, Clubs: Speech '53, Spanish '53, '54, Library '53, Secretary '54, Summa Booster '54, History Pageant '53, "ller nature is too noble for the world." .,,W, CRILLY, MARILYN St, Peter, Sodality '53, Variety Show '53, Basketball '51, '52, 'Tl '34' Volleyball '51, '52, '53, '54, Bowling '52, '53, Clubs: Spanish '54, Treasur- er '53, Camera '54, "A friend lo all." 1 DAVIS, IOANNA St. Mark, Library '53, Variety Shew '53, Spanish '53, '54, "Theres an angc-l's breath beneath he: sigh." CLEARY. CLARYS St. Mary. El Paso: Honor Roll t4v: Sodality '51, '54, Mission Rep. '53, '54: Variety Show '53, Summa Staff '54: Clubs: Chemistry '53, Speech '54, Latin '533 Biology '52, Summa Booster '54. "It hurts her not to give fair words. " COBB. GILLIAN ANN Morton Catholic Mission, Sodality '54g Bowling '53, Variety Show '33, Basketball '51, '52, Clubs: Spanish '53, '54, Biology '52, Summa Booster '54. "It's easy to be nice when you are nice." COLE, MARILYN St. Philomenag Glee Club '52, '53, Variety Show '53g "Sweethearts" '521 Bowling '512: Speech Club '53. "Her quiet friendly manner pleases everyone." COSTELLO. MARY CLARE St. Mark: Honor Roll f7i: Sodality '54g Glee Club '52, '53, '54: Student Council Rep. '52: Summa Co-Editor '54: Speech '54: Summa Booster '54, "Sweethearts" '52: Variety Show Stu- dent Director '53: History Pageant '533 Cliilbsz Biology '52g French Treasurer J . "A small package of electricity." CRAMER. DOROTHY St. Cecilia, Speech '53, '54: Summa Booster '54, Variety Show '53, Swim- ming '53, '54, Clubs: Biology Vice- President '52. "Ready and waiting for a good laugh." CREMER, MOLLY St. Philomena: Glee Club '52, Speech '54, Variety Show '53, Latin '53, Sum- ma. Booster '54. "All admire her air and manners." 'KYO COOK, ROSALYN St, Mark: Glee Club '521 Compact Staff '513 "Sweethearts" '52, Variety Show '5I9y Biology Club Vice-President 1515. "Quietness is the best remedy for every trouble." l , 1 1 l i l UE ur Cheatin' Heartn DAVIS. WILLIAM Si.. Philomena: Glee Club '51, '52. '53: Stage Crew '533 Intramurals '51, '52. '5I4I Institute Staff '53, '54Z Sum- ma Staff 'MQ Variety Show '53, llis- tory Pageant. 'FZSQ Tennis '52, "The man with the golden garbage can." DeCREMER, CAROLE St. Bernard: Honor Roll ill: Sodality '54t Variety Show '5Ji: Student Coun- cil Rep. '5Jl. Vice-President 54: Biology Club Treasure '52: History Pageant '5Il: Surima Booster '54, "Ready and waiting for a good laugh." 21 Qwadwrff' I A , MSW?-fi mwgiygg DELINSKI, RITA St. Josephq Volleyball '53: Bowling '51, "Sweethearts" '52: Variety Show '51l: Glee Club '52: Speech '53. "Full of good cheer." Stars I ff!! V 'F I ia m., , ,7 l S ll J X f:,,z,M- 5 IWW! ll i fl. Q i , . Y ill I i l ' I Vx DENTINO, DIANNA St. Mark: Honor Roll fllg Candi- c'atc for Homecoming Queen '52, Cour- tesy Girl '31, History Pagcant '53, Variety Show ill: Clubs: Chemistry '5Zl: Spanish Vice-Prrsidcnt '53, Treas- urer '54: Speech "Angels listen when she sings." imma Q WON "lim Late, Fm Lat DUNNE, IOANNA St. .lohng Honor Roll lit: Basketball '513 Volleyball '51, Bowling '51, So- dality '54, Variety Show '53g Glcc Club '52: Compact Staff '53, '54. "She is witty to talk with." 33 C DENTINO, RICHARD St Bernard: Honor Roll fill: Intra- DOLAN. ROSE MARIE S- Mark, Honor Roll KZP: Candi 115. 71. 72, Ch vlxld , .TL '72, nlatc for llornecoming Queen iii: V11 show,-52' Lgasii 83' rlety Show 'n3: Compact, Staff Zyl, '54, Orchestra '52, '5I5: Glee Club '50, HLA hw -1, il .H . .I ,,,f I '51, '22, Camera Club '50, '51, 52. ,.,,ungCQf,f,fg3- H' mm 1 '1 UL" U "Liberace without a piano." DWYER, IOHN St, Beinardg Intramurals '51, '32, '53g Manager '513 Variety Show '53, Stage Crow 'Elly Glcc Club '51, "Pilot of the black beauty." EATON, EILEEN St. Mark, "Sweethearts" '52, Va- riety Show Glee Club '521 Sum- ma Booster '54, "Quietly she makes her presence known." EVANS, BARBARA EVERETT. EARLENE Sl. lhilomcna: 'tSweellieart:." 'Big St. Boniface: Variety Show 'ww Variety Show '53Z Glcc Club '52, Fu- Biology '52, ture Nurses Club Secretary '52, Vicc- ,, .x I . I , liresirlent 'Bit Summa Booster '54, Quill' but 'L fdlthlul pdl' t'Sopliisticaiion ax.:l wit combined in beauty," 22 'llama-M""" DONLAN, ROBERT Sl, lic'I'nz1I'd: Fuolbzi " ll 51, JZ. 0.5. '541 Basketball '51, '52, '5Ii. '5fl: Busc- lxlll '31 '52 'Tl '34 f.,.,,.,.. "Kc-up yuur c'ul'ds ullrwu thc lable." DRAEGER, DONNA Si, Tlwmzxsl Honor Roll till: Snrlul- 'ly '51!. TH: Vzirivly Slum '53, lizxs- ketlizill '51, 52, '5Ii. '541 Yullvylmalll '51, '52, '53, '5'l: Buwling 'Valli Clubs: Clicniislry '5Jl: C2llT1t'I'iL Vice- l'r'L-siclenl '5-l: Frum-lx '5-lg Summa llruxslvt 54. "Women ul' few words :irc the host womc-n." EMHOFF, IEANETTE v' f H vu Q, ENTRICAN, BERT Sf, Pzitric-k, Washingtung Gieo Club Sl. Jusepli: ll:-mn' Roll lilly tllcc '52, Vzirie-ly Shmv '53: Clubs: Biology Club '51. '52, '5Il: Stzxgc- Crew '53, '52, fDl't'l1t'S1l'2l '53, '54: Bzincl '53, '5-12 ,. . , Velrim-ty Show '53, '543 Inir'z1muI':xls Hbilvnco is swevtvr than speech, ' 151. V333 Cumcm Club 51' 153, 1355. "Building for tho l'utL11'u." sf X , , sip, qw . sm vw W bi Sl. l'hiluIn0nz1: llonin' Roll lil: Sb- Sl. John: Glu' Club '51, '5Slg Intru- cizility '54l: Cumpzwi '5-l: Variety Shim' murals '51, '52, YDJSQ Bowling '53, 'Tl' X'ullvVl1'1ll '51 '51 zu' no witness against H M l ll 6 X I xv ' 1 l ff- l, g f I I ' ll mal X F, UW' ff ffjf l X l X XIII f , ll A' 1 lf x FAIRFIELD, DAVID Q? FLANIGON, NANCY St. Thermus: Honor Rnll till: Glu- Sl. l'li1lu1n1-nal: f'l!I11IJ1l1'l Nlzxnziggingi Club 'm1. '51J. '535 Smlsllily '55, Eililm' '54l: CSIXIK' Cuiivvnliim '52: Vw- '5-lg Tcnms '52: Howling '5Jl. '5-l: ln- I'il'l5' Slim '5IZL Clubs: l.zllin '5Il: lrziniurzils '51, 'Blix C'lu-v1'ln-:irlm-I' Summa llumvslvl' lvl: lllnw Club '5Z. 'yi' "HL-1' bc-sl 1--wlnpziniuns Ell'L' sxvvvl- "Brave :is ll bull war: hir: spa-L-vii," m-ss mul tlmugl1l'ulm-ss." 23 L K , , " 'J ,zf fl - nm ' ,l ,f fall I' , li A, f 2 '? 3 Q FRASCO, GERALD GAA, SANDRA GALBRAITH, SUSAN GALVIN, IOSEPH St. Patrick, Honor Roll ill, lntra- St. Boniface, Student Council Rep. St. Nlark, Gloe Club '52, "Svvvet- St. Joseph, Pekin, Honor Roll fflv murals '51, '52, 'Sli '31, Compart '54, History Pageant heart." '52, Variety Show '52-5: Speech lntr.1mu:'als '32, '53, '54, Bowling 'ESR '73, l l': 'A l ' '72, .A.A. " 3 l I I "Let, me in the side door at 8:1S0." Sammi ugtioslg?-Ii' 3 G '34 C U' I 'lThe Pekin flash." " ' HA smile for all. a welvome glad." "Like unto a magna-Iwsmall and a1,trac'tive." 5 fffl W cfs GODDARD. MYLES GOETT, IOSEPH GOLLNER, DOLORES St. Philomenag Glee Club '51. '52. St. Thomas, Gln-Q Club '52, '55, St, Monica, East, Peoria, Honor Roll '53, '54, Camera Club '52, '53, lnlramurals '52, '53, Socialily '52, '53, fill, Mission Rep. '51, '51Z. '53, Com H , , ,, lm , , , pact '53, '54, History Pageant '53 A great historian. I Qeriousness is olten but a mask Clubs: G-AAA -54? Fuw,-L. Nu,-ses '53 4 CC J J Ja Theres'Nothin Like a Dame lor sincerity." Summa Booster '34: Library 62. "A busy person can always do on more thing." '54, Bowling '54. 24 at .C , ,L bc-l'ore l in l1ei1'er" HANLEY. KENNETH HAPPACH. St. Mary. Kickapoo: Intramurals '51, St. Mark, i 1 '52, '53, Football '53, '54, Baseball Football '3l. og, "Smile awhile' GENSLER, BARBARA gwsfh MQ-ravi' iw X MMWWMMW GRUBISICH, THOMAS GIBERSON, IACK GIBSON. PATRICK Sl. Mary, Kivkupoog Hamm' Roll llrg St, Patrick, Humor Roll 4415 lntrzl- St. Thomas, llunor Roll IQI: Glow Sc. Joseph: Inlzumurals '31, '52, '53 Red Cross 'SSL Chemistry '54: Sum- murals '32, '53, Golf '52, mi, Insti- Flub '52, 53: CUFl1L'I'XVOI'kCI'S '5L!. '53, Munagn-r Footllull 'SZSQ Bowling '54, ma Bc10Sl,vr': Variety Show '53: Fu- lulu Siulf '51, 'Sli '5-1. 'S-1: Institute Stuff '53, '54, Bowling U , l H mm Nurses '52, '53, Biology '52, His- -51, 52, A llltlu mam but hos ull Llu-11-. tory l':1gL-ant 'Silk 111105. " "LL-Us xufflu :L low." Good things mums in small park- "Lu1's go uvvl' :md sit in my var," Stars 5 x ffm " 1" ff w ,Rf X X, ,N I aff' ,X ll 'Xi 'P A Q -Y, KA HAHN, ROBERT D. HAINAL, HAROLD HAMMOND, RICHARD St. John: Glen- Club '51: Intramumls St. l'a1l1'lck: Stzlgu Crm-xv 52: Cvnu-1' St, Pa-tor: llivnrmri Hull mlli Glue '51, '52, '53, XV01'keI's '51, '52, 53: Inlrzxmurals '31, Club '51, '52, 2125, '04, Ccntcl' VVUVK- I , A .A '52, '5f5g Sodulitv '51, '52, 4-Vs '53, '54, In1,1'z1mur'als '51, '52, '53, "P1f'21S11n1 15 1115 d1SpOSl1l0l'1 in thu ' Cl1ceI'lc1ui1-1' Soclalitv '32, '53, '5-1: vyus ul' ull." "The S1250 YillL'H11I1I7," X-miety Shim. 53' -544' "HO xxvll knmvs wha-n to spuuk, :md wlwn tu lm silent." "Bewitched, Bothered and BCwillI0fCfZH HARDING, HARTMANN, IEROME Sf V'l7l . 45I, In1I'ax- ST, .IusL'ph, Pukin: 1-lwx:-1' Dull 1251: muqxlx .l Fuullmll '53, '34, Glue Clulr '51, '32, '3J4: InlrzxmLlI'z1ls - U, , , ,, '51, '51 '53, I,l1m' 1 HI.. Il1lL'. trumps. "A mam umung men." .1- 1 -J YS i I fx' 'N JA: lf Q? , 'X X K 5 , Yielvful l. x x . ci - . df "Sweet Talk" M HARTNETT. RODNEY HEID, IAMES HEINZ, RICHARD St. Cecilia, Honor Roll ill, Senior St. Philomena, Junior Class Presi- St. Mark, Glee Club '51, '52, Intra- Class Treasurer '54, Summa Staff Co- dent '53, Institute Staff '53, Football murals '51, '52, Cheerleader '51, His- Editor '54, Institute Staff '53, '54, '51, '52, '53, Baseball '52, '53. '54, tory Pageant '53, Camera Club '51. Pontifieal Crew '51, '52, '53. '54, Glee Intramurals '51, 53. ,, , l .dl . v ty 'k,,,, Club 52, '53, vm-iety show '53, U i V , ,, Vlafmd fl L m mf 'UL - '54, Intramurals '51, '53, Baseball '53, All State' On 01 Off the field' '54. "Rich in ideas, clever in speech." HUCHTONS, ELIZABETH St. Bernard, Honor Roll Gr, Sodal ity '54, Glee Club '52, '53, '54, Stu- dent Council Seeretar '54 "Swett - y 5 1 .,. hearts" '52, Variety Show '53, His- tory Pageant '53, Senior Play, Clubs Biology '52, Future Nurses '53, '54 Chemistry President '54, Summa Boost- U' '54 "Quiet until you know her." HURST, IANICE St. Mark, Sodality '54, .lunior Class Vice-President '53, Student Council Treasurer '52, Glee Club '52, '54, "Sweethearts" '52, Variety Show '53. "Words ean't riesvribe her, she's simply herself." HUSTON, SANDRA St. Boniface, Honor Roll C2r, Sodal- ity '54, Glee Club '52, '53, '54, Student Council Rep. '53, '54, "Sweethearts" '52, Variety Show '53, History Pag- eant '53, Summa Booster '54. "You cannot guess what loveliness you possess." IIBBEN, LOWELL St. Patrick: Honor Roll 111, Social- ity '51, '52, '53, Band '53. '54, Intra- murals '51, '52, Glee Club '51, '52. "Mr, Taptoef' MILES, MARY ANN St, Mark, Glee Club '53. '54, Variety Show '53, History Pageant '53, Cluhs: Spanish '53, Art '51, Biology '52, Summa Booster' '54, '52, Compact "Happy go lueky. rhe brightens our day. with :L smile or a joke to lighten the way." Que' "i1""KB' .W HESSLING, CAROL iii, Joseph, Deer Creek-lwlaekinaw High Sehool '512. '53. "A blush is beautiful, yet often inconvenient." HOERDEMAN. CHARLOTTE St. Fhilomena: Honor Roll fir: So- clality Viee-Prefeet '5-1, Soclality Ser'- retary '533 Glee Club Yiee-Pres. '5Jl: Pres, Future Nurses Club '54: Compaei Business Mgr, '54, Sodality Rep. '52, CSNIC Re '51' "Sweethearts" 'Tl' p. , - , .,., Variety Show '53, Prom Queen At- tendant '53, History Pageant '53, Summa Booster '54, "These's a little devil in her eye." HOFER, CHARLES HORAN, MAUREEN St, lXlark: Football '51, Intramurals St. Mark: Honor Roll iii: Spalding '51, '52, '53, Institute Staff '54, Prom Queen '52: Red Cross '51: Glee "llis ehest was as powerful as a Clul? 'JB' 53' .0423 "SWf'1'1'lH'f1f'fS" V325 i,1m.ksmi1h-S hclluwsyi Variety Show H1233 History Pageant '53, Senior Play, Speeeli '55, '541 Vol- leyball '53, Sodality '54, Summa '51, Summa Booster '54. ' ' IRELAND. PAT St. Bernard: Honor Roll t5l: Maid of Honor, Junior Prom '53: Sodality Rep. '51, Soclality Treas. '53, Ar-tive Sodality '51, '52, '53, '54g "Sweet- hearts" '52: Variety Show '53: History Pageant '53: Senior Play: Give Club '52, '53, '54: Glee Club Librarian '53: Pres. Spanish Club '54, Clubs: Chem- istry '53, Summa '54: Summa Booster '5'l. "She dances, she sings: she is the first breath of spring." IACHMAN, IOHN St. Mary: Salutatorianl Honor Roll t7P1 Glee Club '31, '531 Pontifieul Crew '52, '53, '54, "Lion among ladies," IESCKY, EUNICE St. Mary: Variety Show '5fi: Glee Club '52, Summa Booster '54, Clubs: Chemistry '54g Speech '53. "She never says a foolish thing." "Use "Her personality like the sun brings smiles and brightness," .1 Y - fax? L' if T X 'X 1 ,w il Si Xiu W ' L. . ,il l ' JN-JXJXDXJ 'fi 2 'ii X fi? , ,f fl 'sq I x7 N -X s l . Q 12 If ' . Your Imagination" i IOHNSON, IAMES IOSEPH. LEON St. Mark: Glee Club '51, St. Joseph: Honor Roll 47l1 Class .. , -, . . ,. . ,-- Treas. '5Q1 National Honor Soeiety '52lZ And A mlgm' mm "ds h" Institute starr '5o. '51, '53, Banri '53, '52i: Clubs: Glee Club '51, '52, '5'1' Camera Club '50, '51, '52, "Business from beginning io end." l 27 .L '- ' ?' , wi f f i :Emi X I 1-.:q, ,.,V E ff A l if i . i IOSEPH. MAURICE KEELEY, GERALD St. Joseph, Honor Roll f4r, Sodal- St. Ceeilia, Glee Club '51, Va- ity '52, '53, '54, Variety Show '53, '54, riety Show '53, '54, Stage Crew '53, Band '52, '53, '54, Stage Crew '53, '54, '54, Intramurals '51, '52, '53, History Camera Club '50, '51, '52, Intramur- als '51, '53. Pageant '53, ' "Ideas make the world go round." "Men have died, but not for love." in l K' .JP u ' 'X KEENAN, MICHAEL St, Bernard, Honor Roll f2I, Insti- tute Staff '52, Glee Club '50, Variety Show '53, Stage Crew '53, Camera Club '50, Football '53, Golf '53, In- tramurals '50, '51. "U. S. Steel-up two points." KELCH, ALBERT St. Mark, History Pageant '53, In- tramurals '52. "Simplicity oi' character. " un S is KENNEDY, ROBERT KEYSTER, GILBERT 5 St. Mary, Glee Club '50, Intramur- St, Mark, Glee Club '51, Stage Crew N- als '50, '51, '52, '53, '54, Intramurals '52, Golf '52, "Quiet and sensible." "Pretend" History Pageant '53. "I left my motor in Chi town," KING, SALLY St. Joseph, Variety Show '53, Biol- ogy Club '52, History Pageant '53, Summa Booster '54, "With sprkling eye and lilting laugh." LAFE BER, IOSEPH St, Philomena, Glee Club 50, '53, Variety Show '53. "Can virtue hide itself?" LQHOOD, EDWARD St. Patrick, Honor Roll Wa, Nation- al Honor Society, Senior Class Presi- lerii, Junior Class Officer, Editor ol' Institute '54, Institute Staff '53, Va- riety Show '53, '54, Glee Club '53, Camera Club '51, Basketball '53, '54, "A friend to all-a smile for every- UNC." 3 192219 inn-wwf" la 5l 5.-F "S", .R KELLY, IO CELE KEMP, MARY' BETH KENNEDY, DENNIS KENNEDY. KATHLEEN Sl. 'X'Iz11'k: Colman:-I Stull' '51': Vu- St. Tlwmzis: Honor Roll 111: Cram- Sl. H01'n:11'rl: lhnun' Roll 161: Nziliblizil St. lis'I'nziI'd: Yzlril-ly Slum' 'BJSQ Glu' Vivly Slum' 524: Glow Club '5l2: Clubs: pzxvt, Clwulziliun Mzinzxgvr' 'S-l: Vziricty Honor' Suvil-ly Tull. '5fl: Summa Slzill' Club 'fillg Clubs: Cllt'lTllSll'j' '5Z5: Fronvli Ari 'Sli Bibs 5.3: G.A.A. '5-1: Summzi Slum 'Rig Clubs: Libr'zi1'y'5!, l'1'cSidL'nl 'EIL Insliiuiu Sl:1I'1' 'TCL '5-l: X'u1'iL-ly 'Sli Summa Bmusll-1' 'Tv-l, limvsll-r' '54, '5-13 Spmiisli 'S-1. Prvsiclvnt '3iS: Chvm- Slum' '5J3: Shzgo Crvw 'SIL '3l: Gluo ,I I U , V Q -C V J, , , , U my-y 'sup rams 521 cs.A.A. '52, 'mg Club '51, mmm-m Club 'Eli lmmmur- NU ,ul HAP H1 41 Wmflvliul W0- Hlupus that lwinklm- like stairs. Summa Hunslcr. '54 als '31, V524 HTll1'y :sro ncvvl' ulbnv who 1lI'0 "VVit and wisdom wcrc burn willi ac-Vompunic-fl with nublu 1hough't." him." ,QQ jx L 'I ull lu ,v Q ox J Z ! fd -'I h D . N ' l KNOX, CAROLE KOEHLER, MARY ELLEN KOEPPEL, IOSEPH St. Thomas: Class President '5,4: St lkliirvz Variety Slum' 'Slip Swwct- ST, Bonifucc: Variety Shim' 'SIL '5-13 St'l'I'0l2lI'y '34: Yzirivly' Show 'BJSQ li9zi1'ls" 'BBL Glee Club '52, Clubs: Band '512. '53, '343 O1'c'hes1I'zi '52, :Rig 4'Swoclhcuz'ts" '5iZ: Glcv Club S123 Speevh 'Rig Spanish 'SIL Intmmurwmls 'BL g.jE'hsI3:Sfin?5:: "Hn-1' licurt is truv us stool," "All mon lull, einrl clusic duo." '51, 512. '53, '54. "As merry us slw is longf' "Smoke, Smoke, Smoke that Cigfzrcttcn LAROSCHE, EDWARD LAWLESS LESLIE S1 lliilumcmig F2llT1l'i'Rl Club 'BIN ln- ST. l'llllllITlL'l'l2lf llrunwwl' Rb II'2ilT1klI'21lS '30, 'Sli Bowling '53, Vivly Slum' 'Twig Stzigv C'I'1-xx' '5-1: Fulfil- . .. lz 'fI'. 'fli H2.'k'llall ffl. 'fl 4'XXliu vzircs 11 thu- wurlcl minus s1up'."' H11 H V N C H Y 5, LAWRENCE, IOHN St. Philomena, Honor Roll 431, In- tramurals '51, '52, '53, Football '52, Golf '52, '53, Glee Club '51, '52. '53, Camera Club '51, Institute Staff '52, '53, '54, Variety Show '53, Stage Crew '53, "Anchors away, admiral." fi Q w 34 n ff! K-3 .., f ' rl L F' i Q' " X , I 4. I.: ,? , ef' X f V Ll ' ' ff 7 I X3 f , Z 1, ggi! I Y if W li ll,,l1'EiQ?'f 3 , ig spring breeze," "Septic: m ber Song" LEARY. MANDA St. Boniface, St. Bernadine's High School, San Bernardino. Calif. '53, Glee Club '52, Clubs: Chemistry '53, Span- ish "Sweethearts" '52, Variety Show '53, "She is looked on with fond ai'- iectionf' LENAWAY. IOHN LENHAUSEN, FRANKLIN Creve Coeur Mission, Honor Roll St. Mark, Honor Roll f2l, Intra t6J, Sodality '52, '53, '54, Camera murals "Always busy minding his own "A man of sound and composed business," MAHONEY, CAROL ANN MARKEVITCH, EDWARD St, Bernard, Honor Roll t1r: Sodal- St. Cecilia, Intramurals '51, '53, ity '54, CSMC Rep, '51, Student Coun- Football '54, Golf '51, '52, '53, '54, eil See, President '54, Basketball Tennis '52, Sodality '53, Glee Club '51, '52, '54, Bowling '51, '52, "SWeet- '51, Variety Show '53, '54, hearts" '52, "lVlikado" '51, Variety H , , H show '53, Gif-Q Club '52, 54, Thy UPS are llkc four FOSCS- Clubs: Chemistry 53, Speech '54, Spun- ish '53, '54, Summa Booster '54, "Her appearance is like a fresh MARTIN. JOAN St. Mary, Kirkapoo, Honor Roll 13' Variety Show '53, History Pageant '53 Clubs: Future Nurses '52, Biology '52 Summa Booster '54, "Her heart is larger tlrari the sky.' MCCLUHAN. IOAN 5.2, 05, 54 '53, Prom Attendant '53, History Pas eant Clubs: Library '52, Speeoi '53, Biology '52, Summa Booster '54 "Always ready to lend a helping, hand. Lammel., 252 St, Edward, Chillicothe: Sodality '51 "' "' " , CSMC Rep. '51, Reil Cross Rep. '53, Pres. '54, Variety Shoxi , LITTLE. THOMAS St. Mark, Honor Roll Wi, Summa Slaff '54, Institute Staff '53,'54, Glee Club '51, Senior Play, Intramurals '51, '52, '54, Golf '51, '53, '54, Tennis '52. "Smarter men may have been born -but I doubt it." LUDOLPH, sr. Mary, '53, History ture Nurses "No rude she." HELEN Kickapoo, Variety Show Pageant '53, Clubs: Fu- '527 Biolo or insolen gy '52, t word speaks LYLE. MARILYN St. Thomas, Honor Roll f4I, Social- ity '52, Representative Glee Club '53, "Sweethearts" '52, Variety Show '53, Basketball '51, '54, Volley- ball '51, 54, Bowling '51, Band '53, '54, History Pageant '53, Biology Club '52, Summa Booster '54 'LA heart with room for every joy." MAGGIO. CAROL St. Peter, Clubs: Glee Club '52, '53, '54, Red Cross, Representative '52, Speech '53, Biology Vice-Presifient '52, "Sweethearts" '52, Variety Show '53' History Pageant '53, Summa Booster '54. "Merri1y, merrily, shall I live now." MARTIN, PHILIP St. Thomas, "It's better to be happy than wise." MCDONALD, GERALD SL Joseph, Pekin: Honor Roll f6vg Jllee Club '51, Basketball '51. '52, '53, '54, Football '51. '52, '55, '54, Baseball '51, '52, '53, 54, Tennis '52, "An excellent claneer who was taught by Saint Vitusf' mm 'O' MAUSER. ELEANORE St. Thilomena, Summa Staff '54, Glee Club '53, "Sweethearts '52, Variety Show '53, Volleyball '54, History Pageant '53, Biology '52, Summa Booster '54, Swimming '53. "Her smile is a light in the dark- ness." MCCARTHY, MARY Si, Bernard: Summa Staff '54, Spal- ding Prom Queen '53, Biology '52, Summa Booster '54, "A lovely work of nature, she." "Ba mg ! f Q I S' g W . ' my , Y 'fc 1,1 xl -1 rl by, lt's Cold Qutsiden MCDONALD, LAWRENCE St. Joseph, Pekin: Honor Roll fill, '51 '52 Intramurals .,.. "I just eame from Church," 31 N , , X, I W l 2 5S X, , , Q EJ lx 'll . ' ll ffflf l SA X Zi aj, 2 MCGRATH, KAREN ANNE MCKENZIE, ANITA MCMACHAN, SALLY MCQUELLON, MARIANNE St.Bcrnarc1: Va1'ie1ySlww '53: His- St. Edwarfl. Chillieoiliez Honor Roll Sa. Tlrnnas: 111-ml Cross Rep. '52, St. Mary: Glee Club '52, Variefy tory Pagcant '53, Biology Club '52, CTV, Mission Rep. '54: Glue Clulu '5Q: Variety Show T131 Summa Boosle1"54, Shu: '53, ilislory Pageant '53, Cluns: U , , ,, Summa Stall '5'1: Variety Show '53: , . . . ,, Spanish '53: Biology And a shy smile lor us all. Hiswm. Pagmmt 1555. mum, Lib,.3l.,, "She is the very pink ol eourtesy, -51, 'chcmjstw X-NIC-P,.L,SiHCnt 1341 "She speaks her thoughts in words Speech 'Brig Flnun- Nurses '53, '54, SU 'CW' Biology '52, G.A,A, '5i2. '53, '54. "Full of life and full of Wit." f'XXNN nfl!" ff! ' ft L ., FC 3,5 ,Ugg Q . CT K If I 1 , 1 f 3 f X X I 1 X f X Q X A 5 Q, - 1, MOLLOY, GERALD MUNGOVEN, DANIEL MURPHY, WILLIAM lk Q - . A - N -- Q 1 X-'F i--Z2 L1ff'i -" St. John, Honor Roll 161, Summa St. Joseph, Honor Roll fill, intra- St, Patrick, 1nlramural:,'51, '53, bg "' Staff '54, Intramurals '51, '52, '53, murals '5i1. '53, Institute Staff '53. '5-4: Football '53, '54, Institute Staff '53, '54, Camera Club ,, ,, U . N ,, ,my Dad. Sleep in the road. "Owl My shoulder." "Keep It Gay" NAUMAN. SHIRLEY NELSON. DONNA ST. Pliilomena: Soclaliiy Rep. '51, Sl- Philomena: Sorlalily '51, '53, Sllfiillilj' '5l. '52, '54, Mission Rep. '512. '54, Soclaliiy Rep. '54, Glee Cluh '52, '53, Va.'ie1ySlioxx' '53, History Ifageanl Summa Siaif '54, Variety Show '53, '53, Clubs: Speeeli '53, '54, Art History Pageant '53, Clulrs: Ari '52, '52, G.A.A. '51, '52, '53, Howling '51, '53, Spanish '53. '54, Summa Booster "A merry heart goes all the clay." '74' "You are the angel glow that lights the star." 312 nm-.W ?.wf., '? nyry , 3 I Hn? '?'NFi'S N35 5 972 i Q 9' K Q 21 Q ,.,. Q ., , ,H-we G 3-2f?5'EsL"' Q !s?3s', MEYER, NANCY MICHAEL, THERESA MITSULES, CAROLINE MORRISSEY, MICHAEL St, Cn-viliag Somlalily 'Sl. 'SL 'S'i: Elf. 'I'li 'mam Honor Roll 1SIg Suflalily Savrocl H1-art: Sorlalily 'Silg Mis- St, l'a1r'ic'k: lnlramulals Sl, 'S' Glow Club 'S1J. '33, Summa Stall 'S-fl: 'Sl. 'SQ 'Sllg Varivly Show 'SSH His- sion livp. 'SEQ Glu' Club 'Sllg Varii-ly MI-V Cum,-1 4'SXK'L't'll11'2lI'lSH 'S2: Yaris-ly Slioxx 'SSL T'1I'y l,2lLfL'2ll'll 'Slip G,A.A. 'SL 'SIL Show 'S1i: GlA.A. 'SIL 'S4: Howling: ' ' ' llisiory l'a5.:van1 'Siig Clubs: Clivrni::ii'y 'S-1. 'SL 'SIL 'Sli liiology 'Sllg ll.A.A. 'SISL Summa . ,, ,, . H,,,,S1L,I. 554: I,-mum, NUVSUS ,534 "You arm- spring. A fm-nflly manner and a pl:-asant way," lll'lOl1fl in nvorl is a l'i'll'IIfl inf 4ll'm'cl." S - W fwlwg L ., I MN was UV :I A C T x 15,6 Q f 5 f tlv, , .xx E X ' 1--l' I -4 402- ly , az .,.. I S. K 'ffl X ' I ,W S 21f.jf 5,, A "f21s2'-:aa i ' ' X X ,fl L, ,M f MURRIN, ROBERT MYERS, ROBERT NAUMAN, IOAN SL. Philomcna: Honor Roll 1121: Class St. Ccfiliag Honor' Roll 4Tr: Class St. Mary, Kickapoo: Variety Show Vic-e-Pm-sidcnl 'S2. '53, Pontifival Crew svcre-tary '54, Class Treasurvr' 'SJSL 'Sit History Pageant 'SIL '31, 'S1l. Pr'0l'0L'T 'SIL 'S4: Glvc Club National Honor Scwiely Secretary 'SIL H, I . I I ,,, 'Sly Intramurals '51. '52, '53, msn- '54, Give Club '51, '52, some ci-vw 5"mmf'l'1U1f'I'1fk-lfldw lulo Stall' 'Sli S43 Sodalily 'SIL '33, Variety Show '53, Senior Play, , lnstllulv Staff 'SSL '54. Basketball 'SIL "A man among mun, oc-c-asionally 554. FUHUMH '51 54. Basmmll 5,-1 among: ladies." 153: 54. ' "Man most likvly to succcn-cl." 'KAAHU Timel, NELSON, PATRICK O'BRIEN. SALLY Si. Vliilomi-na: llonor' Roll 1Tv: Sum- Sl. lhxnarri: llonoi' Roll 471: Glu' ma Stall' 'Slq Inslilutv Stall' 'Sli Gln-0 Club 'SEQ Summa Stall' 'S-li Yarin-ly Club Ll. 'S!: Senior Play: Inlramurals Show 'Sllg 4'Mikaclo" 'SI3 Clubs: Chum- 'Sl. '51, SIE: Goll 'SI-1. 'S-1: Sodalily istry 'Sfli Spovvli 'S-13 FI't'I'1l'll 'Sl Dill, lvl. liiimoa lioosivz' 'FL "Humps, A1 your af,:L'Z" "VVlial slim' wills. slim- docs." 33 'hwwwwm O'CONNELL, KATHLEEN O'DONNELL, SUSAN OHLEMILLER, FRANCIS OHNEMUS, PATRICIA St. Philomena, Glee Club '53, '52, St. Bernard, Honor Roll t2l, Glee St, Cecilia, Honor Roll 171, Summa Creve Coeur Cathilie Mission, Speech Speech '53, "Sweethearts" '52, Va- Club '53, President ol' Glee Club Staff '54, National Honor Society '53. 554: DI'21mHliK'S '54i Vdfiely Show 53? riety Show '53, Latin '53, Biology '52, '54, Student Council '52, Speech '53, '54, Glee Club '51, '53, Stage Crew Volleyball 523 Bi010Ffy '52, Tumbling Ii.. H ' 1 I ' ,, H Treasurer ol Class '54, "Sweethearts" '54, Basketball '53, Intramurals '51, '53. U' Heh LWB 410 fmllmgv '52, var-it-ty Show '53, French Club, '52, '53, '54, History Pageant azz. NN , A , v I Secretary '53, Biology '53, "Mikado" H . . V , ' ' Ut too Sermus' my wo ge' 51: Scrum, Play, Pageant 53. Wisgijnqcerity is the most Lompendious "Her heart is young and gay." Stars -I 4 f- L1 4 PM ,W E 1 ix 5 4 t f , , A l' Y ii U I l ,, P- i f ' PETERS, ROBERT PETERSON, VIRGINIA St, Cecilia, Glee Club '51, '52, St, Bernard, Speech '53, '54, Variety '54, Stage Crew '53, '54, Center Work- Show '53, Courtesy Girl '51, ers '51, '52, '53, '54, Intramurals '51, .. .. f 4 , , V Y. -f '52, 512, Sorlality '53, '54, Camera Club Hal' '15 mdfk ds 'ht 'Men S- '51. '52, 521, History Pageant '53, "A worker, not a dreamer." "I Took One Look at You 25 IVE PETTY. IO ANN St, Bernard, Sodality '54, CSMC Representative '54, Glee Club '53, Speech '53, '54, Summa Booster '54, "Sweethearts" '52, Variety Show '53, Senior Play, French Basketball '54, Biology '54, History Pageant '53, "What did you say? Where? When? Who?" REDDY. SHIRLEY St, Thomas: Sodality '54, Secretary ol' Library Club '54, Compact '54, Speech '53, '54, Summa Booster '54, Variety Show '53, Senior Play, Latin '51, Volleyball '53, '54, Biology '52, History Pageant '53: Future Nurses Club '53, Style Show '53, Clothing '53, '54, "One who is greatly adrnirrbd by all." 34 RELLIHAN. IOHN St. Patrick, Glee Club '51, '52, Or- chestra '53, '54, Intramurals '51, '52, '53, Sodality '53, Variety Show '53, '54, Band '53, '54, History Pageant '53, t'The velvet smog." 4U'ZIfdw OTTO, THEODORE PATE, IESSIE St. Bernard, Honor Roll 4Tv: Na- St. John, Speeeh '53, Variety Show tional Honor Society '53, '54, Urehestra '53, Volleyball '51, '52, Tumbling '52 '53, AI't Cluh '52, Variety Show '53, '55, Bmd H' Clmera Club m "And bright and fair." 2 'TI ' i 72. . "He had a witty mirth, whieh could bu acquired by no one." .Q , PFISTER, ROSEMARY St, Mary, El Paso: Sodality Glee Club '53, '54, Speech "Sweethearts" '52, Variety Show Spanish '53, Vice-President 54, ogy '53. "0h! She's o-only neat." '54 '54 '53 Biol PHILLIPS. VIRGINIA A St. Thomas, Honor Roll tfil, Social- ity Prcfe-et '54, Rep. '51, '52, '53 Glee Club '52, '53. '54, Chemistry '53 "Sweethearts" '52, Variety Show '53 French '53, '54, Basketball '51, '52, '53, Volleyball '51, '52, '53, Pageant '53, Biology '52, "Her laugh is contagious. her ru- marks outrageous." REMM, ROBERT St, Patriek: Valedictorian: Honor Roll t7l, Intramurals '51, '52, '53l "Every man has his fault, and hon- esty is his." RENDER, ROBERT St. Bernard, Honor Roll 171, Summa Staff '54, Glue Club '51, Inl,1,amur.1ls '51, '52, '53, Goll' '52, '5:s, '54, set-- retary of Class '52, Institute Stall' '53, '54, Band 53' Pontifica! Crew 51, '52, 53? '5'4'T-:Pl'flXTi'S4512.+ 7 "Spoken like a true sailor," .55 f qawmhf' PEARCE, IAMES PERRILLES, IACQUELINE St. Bernard: Honor Roll t1r: Glue St. John: Variety Show '53. Club '51, '52, Intramurals '51, '52, , , , Camera Club '51, '51 "Many things are accomplished in a serious, quiet way." "A can laugh." PICCOLI, MARY LOU St, Bonifaee: Variety Show Spanish '53, '54, Basketball '53, Volleyball '53, '54, Biology '52, "No tongue is merrier than he KK man ran always get along il' be X 4' iv, , - V ll ' fl ll 4.1 kgg s ff '1 '53, .1-1, rs," Oh You Beautiful Dolls RICE, RITA Sacred Heart: Bowling '51g CSMC '52: Student Council Rep. '51g Red Cross Rep. '533 Library '52, Variety Show '53g Clubs: Ions '54g Bios 525 Speech '54. "Both feet planted firmly in the airru Rm l 112 A X . f X ' x 9 NX , Ll, I eh? iz , ri jig-gi - . LL l -7 K 12" ld BIECKER, FRANCES Sti Maryg Volleyball '52g Tumbling '533 Bios '52 "Many small make a. great." RINGNESS, JAMES St. Philomenag Honor Roll flip Sum- ma Staff Co-Editor '54, Institute Stall '52, Variety Show Student Director 5253 Senior Playg Stage Crew '53: Glee Club '51, '52, '53 "Hope is the dream ol men awake." ROBERTS, ROSE ANN St. Philomenag Class Secretary '53g Red Cross Rep, '51, Library '51, Coma pact Staff '54, Variety Show '53, Speech Club '53g Bios '52. "Four years high school, four years fun." SCHAEFER, HELEN SCHAUB, FREDERICK St. Bernard, Honor Roll 1215 Variety Show '533 Compact '54: Clubs: Ions '54g Bios '52g Future Nurses '54, Sum- ma Booster '54. "With such good sense." "Fm Walking Behind Youn St. Mary, Kickapoog Honor Roll ilr. "Back to the landf' SCOBY, IO ANN Bonifaeez Basketball '51, '5Jig Volleyball '5.'3: Variety Show '53, Speech '53g Bios 152. "She laughted out merrily." ' Jfylg x' SCHAUB, CAROL St. Mary. Kickapoog Honor Roll Gig Variety Show '53g Volleyball '54, French Club '51, "True to her word and honorable." 1 SCOVIL. NORMA St. Patrick: Red Cross Rep. '51: Li- brary '52. '54g Compact '54, Variety Srimw '53: Stage Crew '54g Speech '53, '5 . "A story or a joke is always wait- ing to be told." 'Y'fL'9' ROMANEK. SHIRLEY President '54: Variety Show CSMC Rep, '513 History Pageant, liios '52, Ser-rt-tary: Summa Stall' Summa Booster '54, "People like people like Dolly." St. Maly: Honor Roll 42IZ Cl' ,-,, ISS l... 135. 14 2 BOSTETTER, MARY ELLEN St. Thomas: Honor Roll t2lg Bas- ketliall '51, '52, '53, '54: Volleyball '51, '52, '53, '5-ig Variety Show 535 History Pageant '52-51 Summa Staff '54: Summa Booster '54g Clulvs: Speeeh T141 Bios '52: Ions '54. Secretary: Fu- ture Nurses '52, '5Il: Summa Booster '5-1. "At any joy she was with laughter there," SCHLEHUBER, SUSAN SCHMIDT, ALOYSIUS St. Markg Red Cross Rep. '52g Va- St. Mary. riety Show '5I3: History Pageant 'Blix ,A . ,, VW, ,, Spanish '5Z5: Biology '52, Compaet '54: Aul Vllellumh n' Summa Staff '54: Summa Booster "A quiet bundle ol' energy." .1-1. Af,- ROTHAN, BARBARA RYAN. THOMAS St, Cerilia: Honor Roll itil: Sodality St. Mark: Intramurals '51, '553: '51, '53, '34, Rep. '53, "SWL-etlit-axis" Tennis '512: Variety Show '5-1: Glee '52g Variety Show '53: History Pag- Clul,- '51g Institue Staff '53, '5-1. eant '533 Senior Playg Summa Statt' , . , , -54: Summa Buusilcr 1545 Swimming 'Silence is golden 'nut Icl rather '53, 'mg Clubs: Bios '52g Ions 'swag ru- YOU- ture Nurses '5Jl: French '54g Speerh '541 Glee Clulm '52, '53. '54, "Always happy with a crowd," Stars li lf rfmixfi 2 4? ,wifi K Q iw-" -if xg A ,1- Xiu ku-Y SCHWERER. St. Boniface: Honor Roll till: Variety Show 'Blix History Pageant '53, Bios '523 Compact Stall' '53. RITA "Sweeter than any song." "Show Me the Way to Go Homei' SELL, ROSEMARY SHELTON, IAMES St, Philomena: Honor Roll tlwg Mis- Creve Coeur Mission: Camera Cluh sions '52: Variety Show '5Z3: Frenrh '5tl, '51, '5-1, Vice-l'resiclLnt3 Ions '53g Glee H V l ,, Club 52. A proper man as you shall see. "I.'mN'ely and fair as Lie rose ol summer." is X2 xi xi Lf 5. SKENDER. IOHN SMITH, IAMES SMITH, MICHAEL SNYDER, RICHARD St. John, Honor Roll f1r, Glee Club Stl Bernard, Honor Roll f4v, Foot- St. Mark: Honor Roll ill, Summa St, Patrick, Honor Roll f1r, Glue '51, '53, Intramurals '51, '52, '53, ball '53, Baseball '52, Intramur- Stall' '54, Senior Play, Football '52, Club '51. '52, '53, Sodality '52, '53, Ucunnern als '51, '52, '53, Intramurals '51, '52, '54, History Pageant '5IS. V "A lion of a lover in our midst." "The man who likes the Western "1 bear acharmed life." atmosphere." Y ,' 0222 f K. . . W5 W h .54 1 N i ix ff X Il izfl 93: 'f'- f 41' i TAYLOR. WAYNE THOMPSON. DOLORES TOMLIN, PATRICIA l St. Bernard, Stage Crew '52, Intra- St. John, Clubs: Chemistry '53, St, Bernard, Clubs: Glee Club '52, murals '51, '52, '53. Speech '54, Latin '53, Variety Show '53, '54, Library '53, '54, Speech Q ,, N A , . 1 , i '53, Volleyball '54, Biology '52, Fu- '54, Spanish '53, '54, "Sweethearts" N? C429 H0 WWW' PM fun 101 ture Nurses 'sz '52, Variety Show Summa Boost- ' tomoirow. el, 54. "A quiet friend to everyone." "Yet busier than she seems to be." "A Very Special Day" 3 5, VELDE, PAUL VICARY. PATRICIA St. Mary: Art Club '52, Institute St. Mark, Glec Club '52, '53, '54, Staff '51, Speeeh '54, Student Council Rep. '53, H I ,, Vote- A 'l '53, "Sweethearts" '52, Va- Bfmk Wmm- iii., '53, Majoreue '54, ,. -.xay sorrow, she casts 1 x SPAINHOWER. NANCY SPECK, IOAN STULL, PAT SVYMBERSKY, GERALD St, John: Sodality '51, '52, Student St, I'atr'ic'k: Honor Roll f2l: Variety Si. Bcrnai'd:Sodali1y '54: Speech '31, Si. John: Glu- Clulv '31, Intramurals Council '51, Compavl 'Biz Spun-rli '53, Sliow 'BISQ Biology '32, Variety Show 'Slip Biology '52, '51, '52, '53, '74, h "f1g':.-'Liz '72, , . , . V,UlIClI:ZHfQ5:?l fglunlli "'I'hought, is fic-1-pn-1' than all spec-vii." "Her rharm is such lhat now-1' "Who's t'I'llJlblI'ig?" fades." 'lllci' hol-hy is laughing," 1 xx Z- Q AN , 5 l v r 3 ,W 1 020 ' K . NJ 4.'x kv' 4 K X , X, K l TROMPETER, IOHN TURNER, OLEY - V I U, Sl. Cecilia: Glec Cluh ii, 62: In- St. Joseph: Honor Roll ill: Senior I 13, 21- tramurals '51, '52, '53, Variviy Show Class Vice-Presidvnt: Football '53, 'Sli ' '53, Managers '51, 555: Howling '51. Has:-hall '53, '54, "Hu new-1' troubles trouble." "Champion of sports." 5'Why Donft You Believe Me?" W YQ., www vu A s ..,,, .,:-::-: '-'- -' '-" "Ima, X 3 'K 1 gg Q 1 lim X15 g :QI Q9 Ss , ---f--- f ,.., 4 3 W ...., . ,. ly ,Q al M .,-.,. , - miiswm-5 wg 5, 5 , :, , ,, S-SZSRGEEEFPWQW 33' ., l .... .. 1- -,-,,'ar.:-s-:l-:-z:-::-:--:-:tens-:-V:-,,-:-a-V1 3327-,kf,,,,L.n ..... , .E,, .,.,.,.: gb H--R L... k ..... RN ' "" if 9 'fr 3 K P is :::::r- -'-" ' - - 2: .- ':' limes , . -5 , ' ffgwfjg ' ,r,r,I - :- -sis-2 Ziiiw-P sm ---' .- ' ' if 5' swf 'QWWQQE g 2 1 E VOGEL, EUGENIA VONACHEN, MARTA Sl, IXlonic'z1: Honor' Roll lil: Sodal- Sl, NIai'3': Sonlalily 'Biz X'iq-1--P1-051. ily '34, Yaricly Show '5Sl: Stamp Com- rlvni USMC '3-1: CSINIC lln'pr1-svntzitivc miilco '54, '51, '53, CSMC Conwnlion '52, Com- Q- '7- 1-'-rs "f:g:1',- "Dr'ix'n- aiioumi tho lwlovk just onu- mow," 39 6 39 ,, ' 4 , f ati , f XJ, 'Q- f ix 5 4. ' f ll qi l WEISENBERGER. ELIZABETH SL. Thumasg Honor' Roll 62m Variety Show '51-1: Volleyball '54, Stamp Com- mittee '51, '52, Biology '52. "A warm heart reflected in Zl sunny disposiliunf' Stars ' Q.-'iff' 1 ll WENNMACHER, MARY ARLENE WHEELER, DONALD ASL Bernard, Hopnr Roll filly Va- St. Mary. new Show 33' Bmlogy JZ' "His pliant, muscles are like curcls "Well beloved was she." of steel." WHELAN, BARBARA Sl. BeI'nzu'dg Variety Show ' ish '53 "Our merry-gm-1'frumler.'' Spun .i l 1 l A 'vga WHITE, DAVID WILLARD, IEROME ZABORAC, WILMA SL. Philomena: Glec Club '523 Stage St. Thomas: Glce Club '52, '511: ln- Sl. Marky Hrmm' Rnll 15r: Smlzlliiy Crow '52. '53: Art Club '333 Intra- tramurals '52, Bowling '54. '52, '53. '54: CSMC Crwnveniiun '32, murals '51, '52, '53: Camera Club '51, H I. 1. I . 1 'll 4 U Student Council '54: Summa '5-lg Howling '52, History mgl-llnl 515. , Gfiud 'Uni-5 Ulmc In Smal Pdflk' Vzwioty Show 'mx Bllslu-llmll '52s Us V H dgcb' Howling '51, '52, Summa Booster' 54: mooth touch- Biology '52, Hisicmry PEll.fCEll'll '53, Cour- tesy Girl '51, '52. "End of the Day "Pure as grace." ZARONES, NANCY ity Represcntzllive '51, 54: Suclzllily '51. '52. '53, '54: CSMC Crinvcnlirm '52, Biology '52 "Living in pozive amd perfect elim'- ity.,- 40 ZERWER, ROGER Sl. 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Chosen as class 43111136 splillg ted themselves. president in the fall, Philip Coogan was responsible for Y 111 la5t d direC dents that the the successful Junior-Senior Prom held at Mt. Hawley dei11p001ef1 an and stu t as well as Country Club on the night of May 26. Peggy Brophy P5096 gcvvfitt ct11tY tic talentic averages, reigned as queen over the Academy Junior-Senior Prom, tne 6 tppad to fadfalpa scholas ' at Spalding While all danced to the music provided by Lee Gorman Wastaipe ey 4766 had high ior class rin the in the Pere Marquette Ballroom on May 14, wie' 'D 590 55 , ing e Jun Y0fk du g wbi0"60o,5 alainuvnof th d New wodoii ,nz iijl190y5 Cn an mbersftg 5091, 29, D' abivg 5 ye, pgto aux gU2qa5p1 lewd resident' ge, vicediref, .d Arniitaleff treijerlt' Davliard Griffgw pl-eslretary. 330.1119 Coijuffef' Se fbi d S Bichar 42 HGNOR STUDENTS At the Academy . . . Thr- lon girls with the highs-st avvrage for thc first svmvster arc: First row: Mary Walsh, Marilyn Gibbons, Cvcilia Be-ckfvldg Sn-cond row: Audrey Bride, Robin Bartholomciw, Joanne Urbancg Third row: Judy Wiltse, Marilyn Bachlvr, Bvlsy Pwplow, Rosomary Doheny. U51 12,33 is At Spalding . . . The "A" honor stuclvnlsz Donald Wort, Richard Grimlvr, Thomas Sta-imlc-, Jack O'Ne1l, Phillip Kronvnberg, Warren Boley, James Wonihackvr, James Masu-rson. 415 , We 2 X ap r' 'ww - p V Q .... .... 1 . 1 URM :A ,r y , 5 R1s1ng Stars in "':"' -- Anderson, Gerald AY :gi ' sir -- -----1 1 Armes, Nancy W Wk K + 324 ' " 'paw X "'-: gjj-5: 5 ,.,,:. , J ig A Armitage, David VY up yr Bachler, Marilyn ' elf? Bain, Barbara -5iT?"Jw A nf vi -vl-E V- -V Yiifiarag -ef ,.:r:,ef1:, ,..... : ,:QfQsE::Q., Baniqued, Vee Ellen V 1 Barber, Donald ' in I i Q' T5 MT as M A 31 A :W ir , ':g,: Barth, Fred ,.,,: W wil "K" f w g Mar' -',' ,S Bartholomew, George V ' cw. 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Anthony Morris, Margie Mounts, Tim Murray, George 4 Kronvnbclrg, Phil Leary, Jerry Lee, Mary Lolli, Linda Long, Margaret Lovell, Juanita 'fr v W ' '- 12 P136 o M J' 7: , y . -Ny! 1 m' N, U-0 .ci--v W, 'Nm Q., .. as ' ,-1 1 Q 1 Y ,,, -wr 'V it , 1 ---- K - 12 ,-.. A , . ,nf M '- Ib ., W 15. fm ,BA 3 5 ,- rt' si ,Q ,, X 2 R' r N M., C Q, X. M, ,Ek A ,AP fx. fgiimw. vr-: .. , J ilefwi , fm" M .JU sm ff 5 , H ., E ....,. J ,.V,,, b ..--, L,' 15' :-,::: . ,M , E. A ' 5. 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'Mgt- all 'FWS 'W siyman, Robert ,M 0, - 4 Smith, William - . , -i V ---- fQ'?.v!li l 3 9 smder, Marlene if rxzicef r5 3f :A - :::...:'.,f'g,:5 -gk. 7 19.5 . A. z , E f.y1A,1t f. Q23 I f -"9" W 2 vfbr Tlgff 5 Q g .,,,.,, ..,.,:,,..., 5' 'f' ,W K J .-ef-1'f :'zg. H ""i T , ,f .f , "S"" ' i"""t Solflati, Gary 'J -fi :-:1 '- if 4 ' , , ,, - H K' 5 "" ' , amy ,BF Q Sommer, Kathleen , W ,crt -A-was W an at Qym-ww at R i Mui" 48 - tg U W Stauffer, Richard Steimle, Tom .',..A-.l,.........4.,Q , . ..,14kit4L.mzlQ.2..fi3s..:,g.r.x..m.a-.i"' ' -H ,. A ' '-- I .. W wmf.,ff.A! --', J Stella, Gary I in M i Stenger, Mary Ann all - -:':: , ., 5' .- -':- 1 . , M .. W W, sim, 1 ZW X " ' lm " We Q1 ' , awww ' ki Stickelmaier, Henry 4' inf xv A A ., V fl , gl. ,A - X W? 1 . F351 fascia' ' Q Stlne, Joanne A, Nw Svymhersky, Charles 1 Q A J we ' J I. :"':: A J ' I ' b 3 Thoma, Herma at Q.. ff, fi.. ' T'PP'fH' Mary - f, W. Y ,.,..,V, f Troy, James s W We i , M .W Q gs, L my fr" . yew- ' Urbanc, Joanne l im, ' , - '5 ,A ' I , M, A 4 Vachon, Susan , it .': 1'r Q :- t 5 Y ., A , E 1 T . ' x .. J -'-- ' .A Q M N Q Venzon, James 'iw LQ Sky. I A X N it 3 Vogt, Elizabeth L, J .K ,V ' N, ' Wolfram, Robert V M A 5 M ' 'A x Wallbeck, Diane E f Q.. r, H, he gg: K s 6+ 1 6 . K ,f l I ' an li ,, liz. ,. 1 5- is-H . r-" 1 ' Rising Stars rg, ,chi ,J,fx.-vu, -mfg. V f A yr- 1-.'. 7' .- -'H .'.- .V - f . iii-J. ,....-0 ' Y V V' 1.2 H '31 at "L Q' 'Q .P . 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I- i lv'-, In ..:-:EW whfw ' I 1 M 7 ,I ., 49 John Lintz, Vice-president, Robert Cleary, presidentg Patrick Nash, secretary, missing, Tom Nelson, treasurer. lt was a big year for the Class of '56 at AOL. Regina Sander, with the enthusias- tic backing of her fellow classmates, reign- ed as queen of the Senior Carnival, For the first time in recent years the Sophomore Class had the opportunity to elect class officers. Although the number of honor stu- dents at Spalding is small, they are noted for their enthusiastic school spirit. There is always a large group ol' them at foot- ball and basketball games. Stand-ins-the Sophomores ,mf NES ?Y0 First row: president, and Mary Ann McAllister, vice Eileen Joseph, president. Second row: Mary Jane Tedford, secrtary and Susan Allen, treasurer. The two Sophomore boys with "A" averages were Anthony Saluto and John Szentes. 50 The ten sophomores who had the highest averages for the first semester are: First row: Mary Ellen Cramer, Mary Ann McAllister, Rosemary Cieciarelli, Mary Jane Tedford. Second row: Judy Springston, Peggy Gunthner, Cecilia Ksycki. Nancy Cavanaugh, Regina Sander. . ..l.,' Llli ' --' - , Aaron, Alan 1 V VVV V, , ..V ,V L1 , ggi , V 5, V lm ' Aaron, Paul 5 - W K W . Y ,ff V J J W . A W-lv , Howard, Eugene Eng -fu' i raw V Q my fy' ' , if Q I V x,"""u""'.,,,. V lag if-fy., V A ........f flag ,V A'Hcarn, Patrlcla .,., I A.-- ' Ki f Alig Josvphine n i - - J - V' A H V i n-': Z l Aljanich, Michael ff A ' n A V Allen Susanne ,iv f ",..,, - , i V Q" V ff -f ,awe if i 'W A Anderson, Carol lm', if fi V rw ,T A, ' V L' Baintvr, Ronald iwwgfjw ' Zi 'IL' V Barger, Robert 54 I I m in . A g n--'- i Barthell, Daniel ' Q Bass, Kenneth . 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' W ,.W- I Yingstry Cgeorgc 1 -Q E-I M - , A " YO'-1118, Ernie " E: i ' 1 4 H . ,.lv . W , ng Szentes, John M' X ii f 'as ziiiinn, Jost-pn La 'M yin' gg iw A "Y -:I WW it ggfiyv 1- ':,: Aff ,M 4,4 .57 nf? Audrey Cleary, president, Rosalie Cicciarelli vice president Elaine Dammann, treasurer, Patricia Snider, sccretaiv In September the Academy added 160 freshmen to its student body, the largest class ever to enroll. Anxious to show their talents, they made their debut as entertainers on March 17 by pre- senting a St. Patrick's Day Oper- etta. They were privileged to be the first freshman class at the Academy to elect class officers. With the close of the school year, the freshmen, the future greats of Spalding, look back over the pleasant memories of activities in which they partici- pated, Father Anson, the freshman moderator, was transferred at the semester and Father Durkin took his place. HONOR STUDENTS The ten girls with the highest average for the first semester are Those with fm A average 'ue Jamts Schupp Lronard Del ozier Carol Closen Monica Metz, Myra Jackman, Audrrv Cleary Audrey Walter Eaton V1ctorApp1lt LaroyMarl1e1e Menges Elaine Dammann, Joann O'Russa, Rosalie Cicciarf 111 Susan Bar tholomew Judy Hadank. A f , If V, A ' : 2 jg. if A- -ja ' ' Q Abraham, Joyce W. 've , A A ' r Fi Aw Adams Karen , ,, L Q - ,,:ff.15w- A' ik W: 'A ' A' lm" IWW ,. 1 ' 1 V sl, g W, W W' A . A' 11 Alig, Jacob ., B f i A"A ' 35" H --'- X is' 'g L Alwan, JOSvPh , A fi' , ' ,Qi s . 1::v fs 1 "U" --'f W ' " fl W "-' b A 3 :A Ambrosch, Mary Jean - l A "" ' 'V M ti - ff"E '..- l r M Anderson James f ' ' ' r L Q G7 gf, ,::,.,,-N-fe - A k d A- .":ff 5EE:' :g :..: , f A - 1., , E, .,,, W ., .JSI In - in ' Allrssiy Andrea A -. , , v,,,,., , Angel' James wi 'N ' .fm 'W Gm 1. A ff Appelt, Victor 2 ,EJ-f:M,r ' , ,gg .,,,, ' A '-',- qell Atkinson, Patricia X ,M ' Q ii? 1 ? 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With Iim Heid. an All- State selection, and Oley Turner churning up large gains through holes opened up by the best line in the city. the Irish opened with three straight lop-sided wins. S S ini ..-......--- . .nl Nice block, "Murph." IQ? , 1 Q . . 5 I ff A Ni 1 Q - --A---- - -f-as 1--'A- - -M .. ooo I ooo FN in 0 42 lol o 1 for EZ? w M or d- Q - X Qi- Q QQ E- ls it F Vi SE C ll QM ,M 35 -if. 63? J .irq ...H Q M .i if ,. JnclQSonl! Go Gel ME -Sami Ferconnll' Varsity Front row, left to right-Ken Selburg. Bill Lafeber, Ernie Young, Pat Nash. Paul Mitsules, John McFarlane, Dan Stull, Frank Finnegan, Mike Doyle, Tom Couri, Bob Carman, Phil McGrath. Middle row- .lim Smith, Vince Aiello, Tim Mounts, Don Barber, Dave Armitage, Al Ross, Terry Doyle, Herb Foster, George Scotnicki, Dick Stauffer, Ed Markevitch, Mike Keenan. Last, Row-Olcy Turner, Jim Heid, Bus Myers, Jim Mcliaughlin, Ken llanley. Bob Harding, Coach Uranich, Bill Murphy, Jim Happach. Les Lawless, Bob Donlan, Frank Karpowicz, Mike Smith. Football Results Sept. 19 thy Spalding 51-Limestone 0 Sept. 27 thy ' Spalding 33--Schlarman qDanvil1ej 0 Oct. 2 tty Spalding 33-East Peoria 7 Oct. 9 thy Spalding 7-Central 20 Oct. 17 thy Spalding 7-Woodruff 7 Oct. 23 thi Spalding 20-Manual 21 Nov. 1 thy Spalding 33-St. Bede tPeruJ 13 Nov. 6 tbl Spalding 14-Pekin 6 Nov. 15 thy Spalding 54-Alleman tRock Islandl 6 lair-v-H--M In his first year as head football coach of the irish, Mr. Uranich led his squad to a very successful season. Although graduation losses are many, every- one is looking forward to another winning season un- der his guidance. 71 I wr Ierry McDonald-hczlfback All City - defense i W-1' 1-Pi,f1,' fi fi' -qi WZ' 'rv-f'ff2:? fiislfj. ','Q , , , 1: R ,,-qw .-i 'iiiei',-mwggha 5 if I M . 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I Mgt of the 3 y , N ,, MQ-Mffw gy 2 ' I tc, ,,wf,,.,.,E,s rnrstfkfayoff mar: king- 'q-mjy3g3ieax'ly in the game, End Jerry I-ft mis 3, agignimziald raised through to-wifi :fit 'giggling rin,EViatson's fourth down kigak on 'Z site, the ged Pekin 47 and Spalding get the in Hof 48 air ,A:. izrrejon the 49. ,, y y i y A f is of thi? -t cds, The toiichdoien came 124321, figgtprqved gy ' tflilater and I-ieid wasygir-:sri the 1:5 gegyg ff ' wp seven of the thrusts. The Ire fliiiizxg sent its 5, U' ipress had runs of 10 and 1-161.5 through A 'ids on the way, his 14-yarn? t'g53f5,ggf1 gm fmf it eyeing to the Pekin one. A umsfgybmik pygmy iting to The seven earlier. across from 1, gd penalty had me irish xg it twig, I V gozd-tnvgo :situation from i 55 .W.....,. in wt hm speedy Dave1Ai.v Jim lifimaughliri, for six and Held- get gh eonvimim fries and ii, I y Ahree tries to ww:-1 1 me score eventually sw I '31-. A fy to Jim Lewis' bat: wily swung inte his ksz . sg ifiomff. I time 53: magic in Johnny Waist, Tyards, McLeod f gtg, arm saxfed,Pr-kin fi'OIfI'it I A gand Fekinfwasr 1 Ent in the fourth quarter as K, "f3hirs3sts had aa fin 'ge I y , fi Watson toss- it fy , gi Ham: flgiirft it r mics Hurt ,ii y ,, . , ,'1 . y 1 M-pi it +2 f -t '-"'- , . .- sewn fullback QHUPKH ffiflfeffd 'mi 1 1mf,he if guard Mel Deakin were Ellfiif-fi 1 31kg?fW9'53ilfj sw an the renin hospital by at ifwv Wd X' 1 mit, Iiindsiey saimhizlaniw dar- tnmfwk ,, fthe first :mi of the emitting. divide Y 'jg 1 , ,ifory ni, .,,. -grin grove at the Stadium hast Mum?- ihe iffiis, me Ci-iv, V y mil haake ' , ':--- '- is , Q M' f L Wenham TQLM43, injured in the several Bla . C' , if skier it iii player for zz, Egger, was knocked unanim- N sgwhilewbeokin Snjureti both its in the time have and is i The 33f'1fiiW'm1-5, f"W'r3ff W ' ' gxlfiys, I"f53l'f'iGK1iEH , getting: the 'Lv 2 " I' 4 iam rave Myers fr-isa for 3 U gfnoehdown in the last few seeds, ' . Q I ef the half Whse he hroiighta M1 Q. ton pass hack from deep in Ir 3, I 1 -' h ' awry territory tijntrfe Znekigiryd? rt. fore the 'Chiniisl caught, up gi H fiimj ii',,g, c y c ,K The Irish saw the ?ekin 3,7 gm- 52 f I iineeariy in ihethird quarter 'ir- got to t,he23 in round four lor ti Q only serind hell thmzatsg, , EPMA Scrum. you guys. it's mine! The Irish, under Coach Ed Uranich, turned Limestone's entrance into prep football a nightmare, dealing out a 51-O lacing to the game, but inexperi- enced Rockets. Turncr opened the Irish scoring for the year with a six-yard jaunt and Jim Heid romped to three more before the game was over. In their second straight victory the Irish line was practically impreg- nable as they racked up Schlarman 33-7. Heid scored two touchdowns, and Jim Smith, Oley Turner, and Dave Armitage added one apiece. 6 Bob Hardinq-center All City - offense Q L .yn R F Www' Bob Donlan-hczlfback Les Lawless-end 72 Smear 'im, Oley! Come to Pappa! It wus liks- the l'lz1tl'ie'lds and tht' N14-Coys whom Spalding journey:-d to Iizlst Peoria. Fur was rozilly flying as the Irish spanked tho Raiders 33-T. Frank Karpowicz. Bob Donlan. and Jim Hvid laid this Irish in il gzxnio marred by pvnal- tios and fights. Central's surprisingly strong outfit started fast and toppled the Irish from the unbeatf-n ranks 20-7. The only spark in the Spalding machine was that continued brilliance of sonior half-hack Jim He-id. His 48-yard romp in tho first pvriod was tho only time tho Irish hit pay dirt, Y mb l 3 'G is 1' ir I Mt F' I Ken Hanley-guard Mike Smith-center Bill Murphy--guard jim y qw fi I N A I i 5 fi' 2 s I ANN ir x . lim Heid-halflcack N Honorary Captain Most valuable player 15 ' All City - All State J. .. . 1.-.,, . '3,.,,',x,:2 r,'m,Kmi 1, FV wx H7 Ka.'1Mt:'1L:'tn:t,sEe-4 mlgmfs 'H L lf' fs and 14 and 31-yard runs by Ithe awning kickoff and 13 fsa. The spawing haifback Q11-101 ,f3f5X.,,,A"l1 F1 king Q 'e possibility capped the ""' ,Q '3"i"f?icQZ1Lg,g9f'f' 'fmlaigj 1 a. two yard plunw- 9 fy iijlywell 2 ff' .hlrfz f tg, Qifx - ' ' ' NALDING 5' A Ci, I' 5 ' Efxrl .gf ' l ,, .AN rf , ' iixpgldf ue 1 4 ,gf 'fd . rfyzfzfiyf-za, fam B ,Mastiff f5?7Q?32Zggfff.? .mer , ,f,,vef"fi'om the .5yx2j?f' climax the drive, D gf?s5sgS-f ,nge made the count-195, ydygfffs ,ga ,ate in the quarter I ',Qfv,Q"i63" 4 fbeh ,3 :ve from its 27 to set f,'fg""lff 4 2? A l mr TD, the counter .gigbfgffap A'-fx -shfnan .fn :. Smiths buck frcg 05.292-'i I 'X .sim ' fl ji line on the firstrfobf isgfyfnifg-4. 'fb-Q 321, Pre Sched 5 iljgiis f-.fvfrl Qu A V ' W pr-'Bmw A ff 1?5f'2eW"7liiyb1:3xQ1ni ft'fflE:'i':2ffvQ.f.:X3?" ANEJEKN Heid 1 3'9" ""0"- tgt act. "' se on a 4 jd' "' '3"'t""' -itlirough me fl. fre, Mchaugl at period. Jssiconversion attempt was wide.j 5. line for Gd Schlarmarfs line held ff-A 4 'jp - nv 1- count d end at bay for Q ff ' by niiliuiiwi PM Q 1- f ' set up Spa Q A. Schlarmz. 'S J. Joe Starcovi 3 -. ,overed on the ilill S T01 timmy S 1 ABP-AM ul If-S - per . .turner 'drove to thc ana .ftitute Dave 39379 1i:1.,f:+Z:v '11 fl-2 411, 259391-2,"e Sfufisficg -Jnurrm! lilaff f crashes around 1' I cond quarter of yesterd Fvish-Danville Schiziimr gale at the Slmliuni. O' ,identifiable 'players include Spalding' guard Ken Hai 1313 and Ed Gogerty 1771 and Mark Walker 1893 of flsitors. Syyrliiig' cragshedyyto an ini1yjessiyey33-7 VM Y: :Ill Lux Dave Armitage-halfhcrck 74 Man! ..... What a crowd! Manual was the next spoiler as they downed the Irish 21-20. Oley Turner ran 95 yards with the opening kickoff for a touchdown, but by halftime Spalding was on the short end of a 21-7 score. Jim Heid scored two last half T.D.'s that brought the score to 21-20, but Jim McLaugh1in's try for a third conversion wont wide. 'fef J! ima .1 'A ol Vince Aiello-tackle I f y Frank Karpowicz-quarterback 1 Who's got it? In their next, outing, a Kurpowicz to Lawless pass play gnvf- the Irish a 'T-7 lie with Woodruff, and the noxt game found the Irish back to their winning ways with a I4-6 Win over mighty Pekin. St. Bode was sent back to Peru by a smashing 33-I4 loss by which the Irish ceilctbrated their 52nd homecoming day, and tho Irish closed out a success- ful season with 11554-6 rout, over Allemfin, which found Jim Heid scoring 5 touvh- clowns to clinch the arva scoring title. Iunior Finnegan-quarterback if . A 'Q 1 L ' .,-1 , Sf lim Smith-hcxlfback lim McLaughlin-tackle 1 ".- Oley Turner-fullback 'ss1fz+1sE'?v+Qgwfw fit vs-s:.z1 g.QQ ' ggsi, g "kj jfizft -try-'tr kv gf, "f f I , 'Nu A , My fra, tw K- .ty kcfawkg 'Of time 'IBOSWT1 St. Francislhospitalffnr 3713952 at H9353 Sgury reportedi3rgg:eceivedit9?Lz8 Tom ffl 51 Q 5 was struck by asttxrpwn xfgnktg U 1 . H . , we Wim? omg? 05 the Dfflcmjs' was released after lBiJbtbac3kt,1:a 319 action when the East Peoria I bffieersisimigiki :hck't wg5'm1fg:zing, Spaldirtg jmk were forced to break the ppenxpg ikzck-aff and with thexsmalt fights between spentaaim mi gfljwcx first ,downs pushed thefmg parkgggwmhigmgs, 5f655s.tQtsihQs?l3f'I3i?fK23Jst.tt ssi' ' I' t fi I 1 N 2 'I ' N .. 'zu' I gy JACK .sway tgamered E Q i , Q Stagg?-.,cvf,m'ifirs6' downs, the vig ,K 1 ,W Awkiv f ini AN. ,,.-0 -in cm I . , A nwaclisneak fm: the Raiders fwst Picked HP, 359 Yards ,by me 2-'ore Uftthetyear. Abner added the 5"'m1? ffoldmg the Raider 35 Xtra point and me: final scoryeggaintnglto a mere 22 yarris, vfithheli , i,iii it ' I ' I an the first half. Cgtgltfi 'G Rama I' 1 - - L, czmmlr iii? J, at3,ff?'ariane.2, Quick 'I ,Dodger iqoaster gfggtaiiftzgl . mxgiiegifrrilgggih 's ' M- ' 1 U , .-w. Iv, .,. CX ,., Q: "wld g "GSS N "V fmlvfcllnusitlin. Mitsulasp 1 , 'fist W , .mME5gg3E5s4g'y.2shnman. f I . 2, 'N 'wnqgqg ' L QL- 'ifly f 721 '1 5119. ' ' 11053. A V efa it . 1 i yn' ll 1, fttieww., u ,-its successfultwm 0 :fi Uranich saw his tes.- N h 1 Hereaiter the Irish stormew., . I 5 ffxtxchdowns like this: Wi, H., 34 1. Frank Karpowicz intercepted f?g,,Q3,Z,gQ,'fjtgfg,mAM Y A Bud Elward passed stamped J mt 2, cgiggylagg figgjlggggixln MC 51,5 -iiistafson and went down the righttnefgihoiineny IIIHCGDTEYRVES A 3 .iaelines unmolested for ,a 13w0l?g22t '5fw1i"'ggjQjjgjjjj'U in rg , YG! CH ,f id. This time Mc:Laughlin's kiclgghjteff 1 iicbglkugzgighgylnighelzanlkr " gs partially blocked and missw' S l my-ir, ' ' sum 'rmxans i 2. After the Irish, P' Q gvvfxsi-,JEFF f-'The M4311 ' mbie on the 25. f' Wanted a franchii 'V .n,He1d, if' QM 2-tjiidest club ple 1,93 ihgg gg 'Y MEX 913,59 - . . A t Qi tttfgcww wit I it s H wi fthe Coy s but Riders, who 1 it Hockey team . This it. . ,,w,,.fjII- elf. wget, up-jf.--jf.-jj. ihaiders infttvif,-:IQ155-5:1-'ittlffgilftfuifgttixf' , A iw: it claw I 'g,'f.'-jjI.'f?l-'vfa'f'53f:2l'2f jIfa"f--jff- 3:3933 6ffS13a, stadium lasti ,abit,'f-"jf-3'?i'.5Qif3Q,s21Q,t0g1f'Qn5X'f3..-"ff-jjfg 124 thu -1 3,5631 Wag mg pi ,SQ-",,-:j,.-gi,,1fT Yfgtiigsrgwif 'uffefeizedlrzihtliiiltgiitb : 5 to those wi ix':f..-:.,.-131991, im. '1f ,,mg Dave Axmitageg ugacners, lSi1Saldi!k, 62 -'31,-'j..--bw' ...te-fx hiS'W8Ysl?h1'U?ZTl,fhffi1T Lf etterg Qfm-paws, 'Pg'."jj.-H ,qof the Raider'deffefxsg from 4 'fast Peofia'mfj!1aiil'fgX1'f ..i gouwand ,wigh the aid of MQLBQV I 'Ffepefgt' bagigmaxgm, smeir wmslpsrfect kink, iz was 21-0. - f I the touchdaiemsi 1 " 4. Armitage dupligatedf ' After the'ga1i1iey?WheI1 a smalitriet quarter feat, thisttime-ff - During 3-,,'ZDjgZ.g,..-l.. Yi,w'mw 'ffii 'L l 3' crke out betxvieen players af both 15 yards for il lbs, it was a draw. I was notgood 31165 Spalding, Y . Hough link play which will UD' The East Efemfians gave! I' mhmdw aims 'local dentists 'ang-artisans Lnhanae tn 'ahead ,, .4 Fresh-Soph Football . much of their needed experience on the prac- ,-Q., 5? at BROTHER ROBERT SCHOFFMAN, C.S.V. Brother Schoffman, head of our ticket depart- ment, has been with us at Spalding since the Viatorians came here four years ago. His ticket management throughout the year, especially during the Sectional Tournament, was very com- mendable. Congratulations, Brother. iii A 4 M r'Wff1,f-.4-M: aswwefrffrilff-fi'-wwf'r-efixwwmx.Msefffmdfeirxiet?-9i?5?9fli?5m55.??i4Si9fY43?Q?f?rebL.1' " MM ., ' wi 3 . 1, " ' -14 -- M "f,L'j-'L A fu-ff,-1Aj:-3.,g:Hvq,.,31.1,,, am T , -- -:1- --ily. , 1-':,i:4Mg,.,-we N- HQ.-T,-, - -. A. --gh -- -.,..1,g,Nny- . -- f by -K :seq . . . U V -2 wgw. -,wtjgb -'ex' A, 0 , .. ff-.93 4 . my 4:,.,.,a5' K 4 ' 5'f7?5,Qsi'g7Ff3i?" It 'T 'i N l' gs:-its ' , 3 -R7'r'g"i'lff-fi5i:?Si'i- Sf- ' J--:ei-,4 'T 'W Q 35j?.l3j4zx:fg4gf.f' Y ,n ff fzgu .,.. V -.j. " ffhfm ' -X - ' 'Q - Q 2, i .,tf..1..-.,:-,f-N.f- - S-mf-1 . -'-4 '- I .wilfg 5 1 ' if aff 5-if - ' Exim la-snf9'ifff5'?f fig. 2135? F - I 5 i - .w."T3?'Ey1 -1-. - ,,'f1,:j,r3f.i, ': 1 5' - .frw:g'sj5i,s1T45,'7ff3'g1,-yi 4 fr-55.'e?xf51jE'32ls-l'4.M1-gg 5 2 aw ' . . isagiffafai, f K i Uv? . jlfiffr --'.4ff:'z: f ' 'tr?'1'i-1 , Sig ' 4 A .,,. 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The Frosh-Soph football team, under Coach Errion and Coach Uranich learned the funda- - mentals of football out on Galena Road this - fall. Many times they would scrimmage the varsity until dark. Not having many games of their own, some got into varsity games or got tice field. . Minor letters were awarded to the under- . elassmen who stayed on the entire season. fy I think it will be safe to say that with the Q fine coaching of both Mr. Uranich and Mr. Er- ' rion, Spalding will have another team to be ...N ,X V ,-,,,,A W A W .. A proud of in 1956. 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' .- -f ggggmf-ii we 1 'xfii-Maw' 0' A ff ffrw.fffrfrf-fer-rg'A,,,,Q+,,,-.iQ',4e,,e,,:1- fa-'amaQ4.,.-J ,v,2',,.- abr- aff ' My 'N f - 'K ' 1- - ' . . X -, ,, , .vt , , . W, W .H .,,. ,, .. - . A W , ..f,X..-M-My -k W--ref ' ,MJ it , My , .. ff -- frt.M:y'N- . .-an , , .f --ff.-i.,.N-., .1 Mr. Errion, in his fourth yvar as hvad Coach, lad thc- Irish to a succvssful season. Plaguod with injuries throughout tht- season, ho did a commendable- job and wo wish him tho best ol' luck, nvxt year at Saint Anthony's in sunny California, Wo, they f-ditors, only wish wo had more spaco horn in this hook. whoro we could onumerato on our fine- coach and frieand. llowvvvr, lwcwuso tht announm-mont was made aftz-r print- ing was started, wo must ht- cfontvntvd to Simply Say that Flpfllding was indcw-d tortunatv to have so groat a man as you. Mi. Plrrion. for our r-o.1f'h. thvso last four yr-ars. Although wvakt nt-d lay sivkni ss throughout tho st-ason and possessing little hvight, that Spalding vagvrs finishvd up with a 500 pf-rm ntage, winning ll! whilv losing tho samo numhor. Tho Irish wort- infix- p0i'i0nc'vri at the lwginning of tho ye-ar hut thoy luv- gan to roll at mid-soason and roavhvd thvir pvak wht-n powvrtul Trinity of Bloomington was dot"-ated 1115-45. Tho Irish openf-d with a 54-,to win ovvr 'l'1'r'mont with Jerry Cashman loading thc- winnors with 1,1 points, Woodruft' opt-nod tho City svoson for thc' Irish and rompod to a Lift-.lil tho lads ol Coavh Jac-li lnrrion. Henry wits the noxt foo for tho Irish and tht- nlallalds yy t-ro snowod undvr G2-44, Cashman pacing tlw winnvrs with 124 points. St. Tfrrosa of De-catur showw-d the Spalding fans xx hy thay wt-ro ono ot' they top te-anis in tho stato luy doll-ating tht' hard-fighting Poorians GT-553 in a gainf- niuch closor than tht- scorer inrlivatt-s. Central df-alt thc- lrish thvii' sm-ond n'onso1'utivu los-4 49-39 hut Spalding rohoundod with wins ovor tlaloshurg, Corpus Christi and I,imr-stonry Tournamt-nt timr- saw the Irish dt-tt-at Chilli:-otho G5-430 and thvn fall to tho Manual Rams for thc third limo this yoar 69-512. .Ivrry Cashman was high sc-oror for tho yoar and liv was e-lc-ctod honorary Captain lay his tvaminatvs. Although ht:inpz'rOd hy sicknvss, livs liawloss and llus Niyvrs t:,:'nod in good performances wht-n in ac'- tion and Frank Karpowicx, Gvnf- Coughlin. and Ed Lallood c-ontrilvutt'd much to tho Irish suv:-oss:-s. ,A A, I Front row, left to right-Joe Franken, Jerry McDonald, Bob Donlan, Frank Finnegan, Jack Lintz Middle row-Father Caneila, Frank Karpowicz, Dan Stull, Jack Frasco, Ed I,aHood, and Butch Murray m inager Last row-Ron Schafstail, Jerry Cashman, Pat O'Connell, Gene Coughlin, Bus Myers, Coach Errion. I cs Limit ss xx is missing Varsity Basketball East Peoria was next and the Raiders defeated the Irish on the strength of a free throw in the last two seconds of an overtime 63-62. Alleinan of Rock Island and Manual defeated the Irish to run the losing streak to 3. But then the Irish got hot and defeated Corpus Christi 63-555 Limestone 59-34, Trinity 46-45, and East Peoria 52-44. Then Central ended the streak by ripping the Irish in a 73-44 win. Wins over Allcrman and Mason City were fol- lowed by a heart-breaking 53-51 loss to Woodruff. In the remaining four games of the regular season Trinity won a hard-fought victory 67-59 and Pekin mas- sacred the Irish 58-36. Henry was defeated 71-52 and Manual brought the regular season to an end with ft 66-44 victory on the Rams' home court. Tournament time saw the Irish defeat Chillicothe 65- 60, and then fall to the Manual Rams for the third time this year, 69-52. TS YOU'RE CROWDIN' ME Q l The 1954 basketball team was fortunate in having two of the greatest sophomores at S. I. for the-ir managers. They were nom- other than, that's right, "Bubbles" - - - Pat Hollis, and our own Butch Murray. Their efforts were more than appreciated by all the team and the coaches. Fresh-Soph Basketball The Fresh-Soph basketball team enjoyed a successful season un- der thc watchful eye of Coach Uranich. Led by Ron Schafstall, Frank Firms-gan, Dan Stull, Jack Lintz, and Jack Frasco, along with a number 1 of other good freshmen and sophomores, wound up the season with an elt-von and nine mark. The highlight ofthe season came against Henry at thc Spalding gym. where the Young Irish rolled up lOl points. This is the highest scorc over run up in this beautiful new gym. Two more for Cushman F x..f' First row, l. to r.-Frank Finnegan, Dan Stull, Ron Schafstal. Jack Frasco, .Jackie Lintz. 2nd row Lou Gaffney, Paul Roberts, Jim Butler, Ron Berg, Mike King, Hill Hicri. 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D' nmwn, 435m no Ls: Q mgmm was ,am in 5,3 a' off Cl 3 ,..:L,'SU','r-14 Pi Mimdmgm, 25' -. r-w-5' wtf-' I I l guinea. 1: A H 54 21 so se 12 ifhiore by neriods: -1 9 2: M hmfnf W . is 31' 5' Bshowed only four points agai 5?-our fouls. and at one time lads of Robert Drollet mis szsseven consecutive trys at the nl na: ..... .. M .. B2 ijftigeialsz Bunk Smith. Jack Moorings. Tomi BELEZOS and Joe M gwsgasnn as Ed Laying,-3, Ggyggiigpf the visitors in the gamewi kflghbn and Jerry gashmanssetng the second canto as tl Zplapace, The Irish have lost sev-SCOFGG 15 of fh B Sfiuaffsf games. A ' fnarkers. 2 George Bednarick only hitt I1-1551009 Y'19tChe'5 11 mafkfwsin two ol? 20 shots from the fic E5,:9'fP53dmg 5'-lmpeff if' an 133 flwlginfx Gene Melliczan paced the v pgmod J lead. Mason City' showedmrs with 11 points www, A6103 gnly the one-man offensuve tanfm, MMS 10. LaHO,,,- ma SES 'of lien Wagoner. Lalflood biting ml behindsuf 0 it Qin' baskets and three free throxvsm Share aww home seven of 11 shuts. 5 S gf- the siege as Epaldingilight , 2'5'X!rZagoner soared all nine of M?-Eoifpr P 2 g,ggrQ3Si1l:j.w's'ipoints and came thgQl1'f'f' A gigxiiiheifiixzfst tour taiiiesf f l Q ' ,W M 3?if3i?3aS'Qig.period1rbefor1rgA,nHi ' A -j. t .s Y rwwfffeifri s 3 H - on area . ,,. my y , , Wtassmen, 43- A E. i I W .mary game, f - 4. LIEJRYUS curzxszrl as 5224? 4 r - ' mi: 11' S30 F655 W ,rg my 4 55315533 Q-5911112 0 343 :I ,siigifi l i 'il,0Ql.1Il1Ih1 G, b Hjljjgr A 0' SESS if Mage rf 31355332 '?'I.:::.,:li Ei lf iz 3 gidjglef yi 1 mistakes. Theg Tm!! ggi -R 32 3 Y r was Shgfmivfifii ""'si-'An-,-nfaf it " l1Q.',ihEV'z.r1Sh moved back into ful! mam, T, S5 Fiji Pala T5 :rim Qnimand at 52-SB by the send, oflmgmiiz. FIIIII 11 6 an 0 5 leiriessivn-' c l!58s?2.grJ.::::iS 13 is iii Mason City attempted to salvage gagging 0.533513 3 I 3 5 is 12th win of the campaign in the Quik-Ib G -1 r :ral eight minutes, outscorzing 251399555166 'iii' gaialdingf ' 17,1-Il, but the Irish, T,,m,, ,,0,,, 4 tayzedgoff the threat. Much of tl1eggggggmChfiSf2 Q Ezgzskies' damage was done against 01rwiv.1sE'Lmi-' liiildingds reserves and came in 'refwaning minutes. Mason City mruu' shrug 2.4. Q-was aaa l :mm i I Owl r W S lla L-A rg U85 21 14 56 ...HM-L! 25 3?54' 25 aa holly and ,Ed Maytag, WST s ' i 4 It 1 5 Daldmx rgggf 5 in I . K VF Dfw' 'WML I A armored the last nmefpoxnts. 2, 2 gggfjggiigf' ,L -S 5 ' , . . io ey. , t ll, 4 1WA'im'EE fan mf-2 Spafdlnfaaazia 2 5 iiaisiiia 'rf E sfensxve maneuvers in the sec-atfm1ln.z' 3 Siflicciz X11 4wg i-'Icfiaalf gnu? mnnaanvl -in emmndwd-K 1. L, 0 miami?-2. KLiQaiI4wI Grub it. "Kurp! " Jerry Cashman was high scorer for the year and was elected hon- orary captain by his teammates. Although hampered by sickness, Les Lawless and Bus Myers turned in good performances when in action, and Frank Karpowicz, Ge-nc Coughlin and Ed Lal-Iood contributed much to the Irish successes. X A 'L QNX Q ,1 so 5. if ' 1 'l bil ' , l,,l. W Kiwi? Frank Karpowicz Gene Coughlin Ierry,McDoncxld forward center guard 5 A It i nn ff? Q a s f t .,',,,,,,A ,,-- 5 3 WWW an .. if P ,, .,,,,, ,.,, . V, We A N- a .., ,3:ff ,. -fit" If sc N1 M,-4 s , 5 A - if y. 'N -Q i ,,. E 5 5 non 1-1An'rma'r'r 1 Z 2nd, base lim Smith outfield Iunior Finnegan shortstop fK',, S Q .sw 37 O 4' f A 4 L i n " ' t k gk V R.. Ji K1 1 Us Fifi" f i 'i 'I Q3 to ii to f "Thanks" 5 1 T D ' -, eg' ' . gi 5 , , E ' i V .3 As i it - ' i ,h i A , V " ,"" VAA' '-2. ,V A , Frank Karpowicz Baseball i t -. y if pmt-ef f x " """, ,Z gf The 1954 edition of the Spalding baseball team found .E 9y..s ...i the Irish vcry inexperienced. Bolstered by only six return- ing lettermen, the team opened the season March 26. The sf A A first team consisted of Jim Heid behind the plate, Jerry ,u l ' fig McDonald at first, Rod Hartnett at second, Oley Turner at third, Junior Finnegan at short, and Bus Myers, Jim Smith, g ii and Ken Hanley in the outfield. Bob Donlan and Frank -:Q 15,9 Karpowicz will handle most of the pitching chores and both i Q :VD X ,P will probably see action in the outer gardens when not on K A 1 . G I the mound. .,::V. 5 1 , .V 1 '-1':- I t ,...L-: x The State Tournament begins in mid-May, and, if the is Irish play the brand of ball they are capable of, and a few breaks come their way, under the watchful eye of Coach - Aqlzllb E Y ,th , .. H the Wa 3, ,.1 .,.. .. ., 1 ,5 rrion ey may go a y SE A .Qi Jim Heid catcher 83 The "Ben Hogcms of Spalding Iim Molchan and Pat Nelson Below - Ed Markevitch and Mike Keenan L to R: Tom Little, Mike Keenan, Bob Render, Pat Nelson .hm Molchan The golf team is looking forward to a good year with everyone returning from last year's squad. Highlight from an otherwise dismal season Was a good showing in the Quincy Invitational Tournament with Tom Little finishing 15th and Bob Render notch- ing 37th. Leading the team will be Co-Captains Tom Little and Bob Render who finished 1-2 in scoring last year. Other experienced hands capable of top-flight golf are seniors Pat Nelson, Ed Marke- vitch, Mike Keenan, and junior Jim Molchan. Ad- visor Brcther Boose has lined up some top-notch competition including a return trip to the Quincy Tournament. Co-captains, Tom Little and Bob Render First row: Joe Galvin. Russ Lulay, Don Boers, Dave Swanson. Second row: Don Wort, Jerry Constantino, Mike Dunne, Ralph Tomlin, Bob Brissette, Pat Galvin. Third row: Pat Gibson, Jerry Willard, Jim Hannon, Ken Hanley, Howie Boers, Gary Stella, Roger Dunne, Hylee Kemp, Jim Reed, Larry Semlow. Intramural Basketball For the first time in the history of Spalding an intra- sehool basketball tournament was held. and after twenty ball clubs had shown their stuff. the VC's, composed of juniors, walked off with the fine trophy presented by the C.Y.C. under Father Livingston's guiding hand, The "B" division champs were comprised of a fast- moving quintet of Sophomores. All in all, it turned out to be a sad effort for the Senior class, but an event which will be remembertd by ell concerned, as a great day in the annals of athletic hlzstory at Spalding. Bowling The 1953-54 bowling season was a great suc- cess. The Kingpins team was composed of Don Wort, Dave Fairfield, Jerry Constantino, Pat Galvin, and Larry Semlow. " The high five bowlers were Ken Hanley, Don Wort, Bob Brissette, Jim Hannon, and Jerry Con- stantino. The Christmas Holidays Singles Tournament was taken by Jerry Constantino. Howie Boers and Pat Gibson took the doubles. The Kingpins, bowling the National Mailograph- ic Tournament, placed 35th in the country, and will receive trophies. The top five bowlers will receive school letters and trophies this year. The officers for the year were Don Wort-pres- ident and secretary, and Dave Fairfieldfvice pres- ident and treasurer. "A" DIVISION CHAMPS "B" DEVISION CHAMPS lst row: Tom Nelson, Junior Fin- negan, Butch Murray, Pat Gal- vin. 2nd row: Jackie Lintz, Bill Peters. Above: lst row: Don Barber, Don Wil- son, Gene Coughlin, Phil Couri. 2nd row: Carol Huber, Bob Slyman, Dick Stauffcr. 355 7 S6 Cheerleaders Left to Right --Margie Morris, Vee Ellen Baniqued and Pat Heyd. Academy and Spalding fans were ever spurred on by the veteran cheerleaders who came running out at the right time to lead them in the spirited chef-rs always welcome to the boys on the field or floor. The cheering squad was joined this year by a group of eager freshmen who, exhibiting skill at the freshman games, proved to be a won- derful asset to thc team. Top to Bottom-Dick Hammond, Donald Broaddus, Don Willard, Rich Fairfield, and Chuck Bour. Freshmen Cl'lGt'l'lt'2lIlUl'Sff1'0I'1t row: Joan Whelan, Marianne Schlis, Joyce Abraham, Tanya Schecrer, Judy lladanl second row: Sharon Miller, Elaine Dammann, Theresa Ohnemus, Monica Metz, Betty Code, Susan Bartholomew. , , ....,.... . . v W . ,,..-.--T ...- ' ,..--f'.'sffg-'eM45-H:1":-:' A1 iw! "'-'f-fls--:H--fr . .'-1,',.+'lfEE3211,1'w- 2-. X agu- '2 ' .?w?9i'wx2AffH""?f .,,'.-S.-x:2f::ff', 1' .3 ,,..'-wi".--" f A W ":'F:J.i:A--.- '. :Nh . ..-.'. ,' '.5'3fLfu-f H--.mg '..-, , H. cm. ' f-V V ' Q':'ff-LZ Gif V ,.-.-j"5-'uyj' 5' gfjnggw 1' r ' -.:'-L:-,552-f:A-.1QnLQ:5,Q.j4.J Q. ' ., 'I.1.1f,'-3? 45,1 f" ' 'L EE!'9?i2'5iliizE,i:'?'f-?E'?:L:15.132,,, 3 , 131, 555.-pb: I -- 2.1-Q1-5.1. 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N . - K .. ....., , N V N , k -I-,531 .W gfiisig f--ru W- WWW, 'ffzlf !. 1.-:Aga '-225151 .5 554 M1:4ss.53misks?aE2iTwis 2 i3 f ' 'g,-5::'.:y ' 4.'-'C-P5 -'.'i::1-132 '?'i'Emwwmwg,wY11'Www' wwseif ,,jw1yNM:g'm' kx,, gg MLQgmQafqgNq4Qq, WWLEMHFK-fy Y mw,,,,,, , , ,.'W,,w,,A.U , Aff? ' Q-3:5154-. ' ' I Sfgpgif, 1 .'.j.'gfg. 'sn- 5 .'.'1. Acfzmfrvs Curifun gomg up on the sums t at rlrwmmatv th? fmvs of us, the Cast. vw. The 1954 Summa Stciii presents l"l -he Summa Review A Summary of the Past Memorable Year Starring-Class of 1954. Supported by-Classes of 1955 and 1956. Introducing-Class of 1957. Producers-James Ringness, Rodney Hartnett, Ianet Best and Mary Clare Costello. Piaywrights-Maureen Horan, Thomas Little, Dennis Kennedy, Michael Smith, Sally O,Brien, Patricia Ireland, Anita McKenzie, Donna Nelson, Shirley Romanek, Mary Mc- Carthy, Susan Schlehuber, Clarys Cleary, Eleanor Mauser, Barbara Rothan, Mary Ellen Rostetter, Wilma Zaborac, Nancy Meyer, Patrick Nelson, Herb Foster, Rob- eri: Render, Francis Ohlemiller, William Davis, Leon Joseph, and Gerald Molloy. Entire production under the direct supervision of Sister Ctare Edmond and Father Philip Clifford 88 SUNHWA Gerald Molloy, Leon Ioseph-Photographers STAFF Michael Smith, Thomas Little-Sports BUSINESS FEATURES AND ART Seated- Robert Render, Maureen Horan, Francis Ohlemiller. Seated-Patrick Nelson. Dennis Kennedy. Herb Fosier. Standing--Clarys Clearyz Eleanor Mauser. Barbara Rothan, Mary Ellen Standing-Sally O'Brien, Patricia Ireland, Anita McKenzie. Donna Rostetier. Wilma Zaborac, and Nancy Meyer. Nelson, Shirley Ronianek. Mary McCarthy, and Susan Schlehuber. Stl ,ffm ,,,.- The Compact The school newspaper. The ACADEMY COlVlPAC'l', lx see 's to record the happenings of school l'f ' Y 1 e--- its frivolous as well as its serious incidentsg to inspire to improvement in conduct in big things and srnallg to int f' ' 2 ' ' cipict the meaning under the news- in short, to Write ol' AOL and the students of AOL-of what they are and of what they hope to he. Traditional features such as "As We Like It," are still found in the pages of The Conipnc-tg and such eld ones as "Krazy Kwilt" have been revived. Special space is given to "Mary Thoughts" hoth because this is Marian Year and because the Academy is Our Lady's. Managing Editor, Nancy Flanigon. Editor-in-Chief. Ann Bourscheidt. Business Manu ger, Charlotte Hoerdemcm. Editorial staff' tleft to right? Q1 l . .,,cIlfI'?l Gaa, Delores Gollner, Joanna Business Staff: fleft to righth Mary Ann Miles, Rosea R Dunne, Myra DuBois, Marta Vonachen, Mary Bierierhr-ck, Norma Scovil, .T C lf X " " Susan Schlohuher. 90 nn oloerts, o ee Knlly, Shirley Reddy, Mm f Pi ' 5 we th Kemp, helen Schaelfer. The Institute While under the reins of its capable editor, Ed LaHood, the Institute has reached a peak in its long career at Spalding. From the pens of such re- porters as Jerry Cashman, Denny Kennedy, Frank Ohlemiller, Joe Miller, Rich Grimler, and others, have come stories, fresh and alive, with a youthful viewpoint on the topics which should be of interest to all the students and faculty members. Deadlines have been met and as the result of all the hard work, the issues this year have been the best ever. Besides a "beyond the call of duty" medal for LaHood, special mention should be made here of Rod Hartnett and Bob Murrin, assistant e worked hard backing the Institute on to the goal it has finally achieved, as well as r, for his excellent handling of all Spalding sports, And while we are giving out B ther Daukas, faculty laurels we can't leave out ro adviser, who certainly did more than merely ad- vising. He went out of his way contributing much k to htl in giving us a great editors, who hav Bus Myers, sports edito -in H g P fm L, ,X im Q S . hwpgiifzi Sffldents Take F In Times square Tier: vm.: MW Wfastez-I1 Tzulp Senior Pram Feb 1 mgwm' Tin Ely to su5'M"t 'X 'tit ' 'dfffvk Newest Vqfiefi' Show Slazsz M: P rv 19. .mn 'M-:f me -M1 , 3 ta. t, Member , , , ,H . T April 1 Y , , f K rr ,muy fm. ,,,,,.,,m N 1 ' ww, f '-'Mu W, ,U ,N "!::T:n:4 :guns Nw' -nm' I Mwvwvt uh., ,Wh f um ,MDW ., m.,,,,,1, Vx. Um Father White Thumened time and hard wor a p paper full of "all the Spalding news that's fit to print." Editor Ed N I. aHood: gissistcmf Editor Ports Ed't Sxffod H I OINBUS MYersartnett' Bob Murrin. BUSINESS SPORTS FEATURES and ART f' at V-mu mm sm ' mn. 3'-"',,?,E Scatcd Tom Grubisich Dennis Kennedy Seated-James Haddigan, Jerry Cashman Seated-Robert Render. Standing-Jim Master- fr - .- . , Standing -Bill Davis, Phil Kronenberg Son, John Lawrence, Rick Grimler, Tom Little- Standing-Pat Nelson, Jerry Molloy, Frank Ohlemiller, Leon Joseph 91 National Honor Society First row: Eugenia Vogel, Wilma Zaborac, Anita McKenzie, Marilyn Lyle, Sally O'Brien, Virginia Phillips. Second row: Virginia Peterson, Mary Clare Costello, Sandra Huston, Beth Kemp, Janice Best, Patricia Ireland. Third row: Donna Draeger, Janet Best, Clarys Cleary. Missing: Barbara Rothan. 92 . , Seated: Leon Joseph, Ed LaHood-president, Ted Otto. Standing: Dennis Kennedy, Jerry Cashman, Frank Ohlemiller. Missing: Bob Myers. ,. ' Character, Leadership, Service, and Schorlaship --the four qualities by which students are admitted to membership in the National Honor Society-in- dicate what an honor such an election is. They are "prominent citizens" in the school community. New members of the National Honor Society at the Academy were presented with their pins at the April meeting of the Student Council. The Spalding members usher at all Masses at the Cathedral that are attended by Spalding stu- dents, and are, for the most part, leaders of the school. Awaxtmg the Lcrtesi Developments Art Delores Rischar, Gwen Ruhland. Frances Gardner, Mary Lee, Nicole Kibler, Roseann Crilly, and Barbara Bain. show the photographer the technique of mak- ing linoleum block printing. Other projects of the ad- vanced students included a series of illustrations for the twelve months of the year. and a study ot' the human figure in preparation for original fashion designs. Beginning students made a brief study of the history of architecture concluding with the modern home. During Book Week posters advertising some of the classics were displayed in the library. At Christmas they made all-over pat- tern designs on gift wrapping paper. Both groups executed original liturgical designs for various feast days. Books Are Their Business Camera Club Academy snapshooters this year organiz- ed ti camera club in order to learn more of their hobby. Highlights of their meetings were slide films on taking pictures and on develop- ing and printing. To spur members on, the salon of winning photographs in the National High School Photographic Awards of 1953 was secured by Sister M. Cletus, adviser of the group. Officers of the club here pictured are: Donna Draeger, Carole Knox, Judy Bringer, and Joyce Bringer. AOL's Active Artists 1 Library Club Members of the Library Club who give their free time are: first row. Fern Zaborac. vice-presidentg Mary Beth Kemp, presidentg Ann Graham. srcretaryg and Shirley Reddy. Second row: Mary Kay Steiner, Bente Frost, Amelia Martinez, Pat Ward. Judy Springs- ton. Shirley Johnson. Patsy Tomlin. Joanne Urbanc. Third row: Janice Heinz. Myra Jachman, Mary Joyce Hagemann, Norma Scovil. Bernardine Reising is not in the 93 5 1 l Spcmish Club Diez y siete Ccxssino. or Club 16, got its name from the sixteen members of the Spanish ll class. St. Rose of Lima, a Spanish-American saint, Was chosen as patroness. At a fall meeting a statue of the saint was displayed and a report of her life was given. Meetings of the club consist of various Spanish games and songs, and reports on customs. Here Judy Bringer, secretary, reads the minutes for the approval of Pat Ireland, president, and Cfirst row? Gillian Cobb, Carole Mahoney, Marilyn Crilly, Joyce Bringer, and Rosemary Pfister, vice-president, fsecond row? Patsy Tomlin, Margie Colett, Joanna Davis, Marta Vonachen. Not in the picture are Dian- na Dentino, treasurer, Donna Nelson, and Karen Kronenberg. Parlez-vous francais? Si. si, senorita French Club "Ie vous salut Marie plein de grace . . opens each meeting of the French Club which includes reports about the customs and Way of life of the French people. Most of the time is given over to the singing of French songs and the playing of games to which each 'Francais eleven must apply her knowledge. At the end of the meeting, prizes are given to the ones with the highest number of points. Mother M. Lucilla is the moderator of the club. Pictured left to right: Donna Draeger, Mary Clare Costello, Sally O'Brien, Rosemary Sell, Kath- leen Kennedy, Virginia Phillips, and Barbara Rothan. Missing, Sue O'Donnell, Roman Forum, 1954 Latin Club The Latin Club, whose motto is "Per aspera cd astra," develops leadership and keeps alive in its members a friendly in- terest in the language, literature, and life of the Romans and the Christian Latin writers. Marilyn Gibbons, president, con- ducts a meeting which is enjoyed by the other members. tFirst row? Linda Lolli, Bernardine Reising, Audrey Brideg tsecond row? Terry Coughlin, Mary Walsh. Attention please! Iunior Red Cross Many of the girls put in long hours at the Red Cross Blood Center taking temperatures, check- ing bottles and pouring juice. Others did staff aide work such as typing and helping in the drive for enrollment. Popcorn and balloons were sold to give underprivileged children a better Christmas, Joan McCluhrm is the president of the JRC unit at the Acadeniy. Shown preparing folders for mailing are Pat Ireland. Rachel Wallenfang, Charlotte Hoerde- man, Nancy Tyler, Nancy Bear, Connie Kelton, Ht-len Mann, and Carol Thompson. Careful! It May Be Dangerous! Speech Club The speech and drama classes were represented in the Christmas Choric Pageant, "At the Feet of the Madon- na," three one-act plays, "Midnight Clear," "The Bond Be- tween" and "The Divine Romance." Radio'WThe Voice of Democracy. Television-Topics for Teens, Pekin ln- vitational Debate Tournament, Bradley lnvitational Speech Festival, the Illinois High School Speech Contest and the Catholic High School Speech Festival. Entertainment for students assembles and the Mothers Guild were also provided by these departments. Shown practicing on the public address system are Norma Scovil, front, and Molly Cremer, Pat, Vicary and Pat Stull. Volunteer Service 1 l Chemistry Club The chemistry club, "Up-'n-Atoms," holds its meetings on Wednesday every two weeks. Some time is spent reading current science magazines. They have vis- ited the Water Works. Roszell's :md were on the "Careers Calling" program about nursing. which was at St. Francis Hospital. Shown doing an experiment are left to right: Mary Ellen Rostetter, secretaryg Helen Schaefer, Eunice Jescky, Rosemaiy Doheny, Mary Best, Pat Heyd, treasurer: Mary Hopkins, Juanita Lovell. Kathleen Cook, Mary McLaughlin. Marjorie Schubert Barbara Gensler, Elizabeth Huchtons, pres- identg Nancy Meyer, and Anita McKenzie, vice-president. '15 A l Top--Four juniors enjoying their clothing class are: Elizabeth Vogt. Wanda Heinz, Donna Coake, and Mary Grimm. Bottom-Peggy Gunthner, Helen Dubois, Claudette Durbin, Bente Frost, Ioyce Ochs. and Barbara Livengood find this part oi Biology very interesting. Family Living The four-year Family Living program has as its purpose the preparation of stu- dents for their future role as Christian Wives and mothers. As Freshmen the girls learn the prin- ciples necessary for a rounded personality development and a successful family rela- tionship. The second year course imparts a sound knowledge of the structure and health needs of the human body and of the plant and animal kingdom. The Juniors have a very practical sub- ject in the preparation for future home- makers-sewing. They learn the basic prin- ciples by actually making blouses, skirts, and dresses, using modern methods and equipment. Summarizing the courses of the three preceding years and looking at it from a more mature viewpoint the Seniors study home nursing, child care, meal planning, family recreation, and household finances. Mrs. McCammon is showing Myra DuBois. Barbara Rothan, and IoCele Practicing the proper way to set a table are: Iacqueline Powell P Kelly the correct way to bathe a baby. Fredell, Iacqueline Wilson, and Barbara Swank. 96 , Marian Year After Pope Pius XII declared this the Marian Year, the Sodality decided to encourage all the Academy students to put into practice the three aims of the Year as stated by the Holy Father. At the December meeting a Marian Year of prayer, penance, and imitation of the virtues of Mary was opened with the recitation of the Act of Consecration by the class officers in the name of the student body. Every morning the Marian Year prayer was said in the homerocms, and on the feasts of Our Lady girls were seen in the Cathedral saying prayers to gain Marian Year indulgences. Nancy Zarones and Eugenia Vogel put up a reminder for the monthly Marian Day. . T Students Praying at the Grotto at Lourdes Illinois, during Feb. 11 Pilgrimage. Imitating Mary by their modest tormals are: Donna Hurst. Loretta Houlahan, Kitty Sommer, Barbara Buckley, Herma Thoma, Mary Iane Tedford, Susan Vachon. 97 ACADEMY GLEE CLUB A N -jg., at .,:., .,. ? 5 S ,Q Yi, ""'Q 7 - ,.- 1 'QFD '. ' , R 2 f s is Q, X . ...M E ree? W 5 exif ,,, 3 UK . .,... , .fri 5' tg 3 Y f ev if z " lg, l' 5 5 ?K 4 s Q 5 if 'Q K Z ji ' 2 5 3 Q 55 Across the page-first row: B. Carroll, M. A. McAllister, M. A. Stenger, M. A. Semick, K. Murphy, C. Anderson P P10 Baniqued, R. Pfister, A. Chapin, P. A'Hearn. Second row: D. Pilon, P. Ireland, C. Hoeideman, J. Otten, D. Coake, K. Hurst. B. Front, C. Maggio, E heidcn L Jose Third row: S. Allen, M. Best, P. Hc-yd, M. Keenan, W. Heinz. L. Fox, J. Hanahan, P. Sitzniore. B. Polonus M Walsh Phillips, M. Morris. Fourth row: L. Berninger, M. J. Horold, C. Beckfeld. R. Bartholomew, J. Wiltse, C. Durbin, S. Huston, N Genlel M Popr G. Geisler, D. Heinz. Fifth row: R. Cushing, E. Bianchi, T. Coughlin, E. Vogt, S. Cusack, M. Grimm, J. Heinz, J. Ohlemillu R Wallenfang M. Horan, P. Vicary. Music librarians and wardrobe managers are Qleft to rrghtj Maureen Horan, Donna' Donovan, Mary Walsh, Betsy Peplow Ianet White. Sophomore ensemble-Mary Ioy Herold, Icxnet Ohlemiller, Claudette Durbin, Iudy Ianovetz, Cecilia Ksycki, Barbara Palmer, Lynn Bef- ninger, Barbara Venzon, Peggy Gunthner. 98 31 1 Lderson, J. Hurst, J. White, D, Donovan, D. Konvalinlza, V. '. Best, L. Lolli, B. Rothan, J. Colgan, K. Sommer, D. Wallbeck. honey, B. Walloch, P. Tomlin, B. Palmer, M. C. Costello, V. latthews, J. Best., J. Bringer, A. Bride, K. Whelan, B. Buckley, llow, B. Krippel, R. Doheny, J. Sheridan, M. Davis, E. Huchtons, The Glee Club, under the direction of Sister Mary Arthur, pre- sented many enjoyable activities throughout the year. A Saint CeCilia's Day program with selections in three parts opened the season, This was followed by at Christmas Concert in which the speech classes forming a verse choir took part. Another big event was the annual Music Festival, dedicated to Our Blessed Lady, which was held at Alleman in Rock Island. The AOL Glen- Club selected a hymn to Our Lady as their main number. To the right Qabovel: Officers planning a record session are: Sue O'Donne1l. Karen Whelan, Rosemary Doheny, Pat Heyd. QBe1owl Ianet Ohlemiller pauses during a piano lesson. Glee Club and Speech classes Present Their Christmas Program at the Peoria State Hospital 'Bcmd Spalding Glee Club The Spalding Glce Club cnioyed another suc- cessful and entertaining year under the capable direction of Brother Byrnes. However, when Broth'-r Byrnes left at the sem- ester, a, new director was not appointed. The Glee Club entertained us at the Christmas play and performed at the Cathedral many times. We have certainly missed the Glee Club this semester and hope they will be back in full force next year. Leader of the Band" Students and friends were entertained many limes by the Spalding-Academy Band resplendent this year in their new uniforms. The band appeared in full glory for the first time at the Central-Spal- ding football game. Thereafter they appeared at many athletic, contests to cheer the Irish on with music. They enjoyed an extremely successful and pleasant year and We are anxiously waiting to see what they have in store for next year. The band is under the direction of Brother Drolet. "Blow Gabriel Blow" "We've G01 Rhythm" Rcrctto, Lorenzo Boyce, John Caragher, Bernard Clark. Gary Cleary, Robert Dentino, Richard Dusenberry, Paul Entrican, Bert Farraher, Michael Farris, Eugene Howard, Eugene Jibhen, Lowell Joseph, Leon Joseph, Maurice Knecht. James Koeppel, Joseph Maloney, Duane McFarlane, John lVIcGann, Robert Rellihan, John Rogers, Tom Stewart, Philip Swanson, David Swigris, Edward Tomlin, Ralph Unes, Donald Witt, Daniel Wort, Donald Yingst, George- Bancl Members Boyer, Carolyne Brown, Patricia Crawford, Judith Danehy, Janet Fredell, Patricia Garrett, Glenna Gibbons, Marilyn Girdzus, Patricia Grawcy, Barbara Hanlon, Mary Hesslingj, Christinc Hilt, Virginia Kelton, Connie Koors, Nancy Lyle, Marilyn Melonis, Anita McLaughlin, Mary McLaughlin, Margaret McManis, Juliana Mycrs, Karen Ochs, Joyce O'Neill, Patricia Rogers, Donna Schneider, Rose Mario Sullivan, Elizabeth Little Women Enjoy a Social Hour. Family Reading of the Bible Little Women With setting and costumes of Civil War period, the Seniors of the Academy with the cooperation of the Spalding Seniors, presented "Little Women" under the direction of Sister Electa Marie, on April 21, 22, and 23. CAST Meg 4 Sue O'Donnell Aunt March 4 Joann Petty Jo 4 Maureen Horan Hannah 4 Barbara Rothan Beth 4 Pat Ireland Mr. Laurence 4 Tom Little Amy 4 Janice Best Laurie 4 Pat Nr-lson Mrs. March 4- Elizabeth Huchtons John Brook -4 Mike Smith Mr. March Jim Ringness Professor Bhaer 4 Bob Myers Papa and Mama March Beth Is Brought Down to Enjoy the Aunt March Writes cr Check for Good Fortune of Io and Amy a Thousand Dollars A Letter from Father -3? A--. fe A---------W ----- - , ... ... - -.,,. ,. ,-..-.-,l 1? , Q'-1 . . ' in 'a u 5: 4' Spalding Christmas Play Spalding studvnts gzivv a hvuutiful pmsvntation of the Christmzts story. IDf't,'f'INiJOI' 20. in thfiii' first Christmas play, "Thf' Night mt' ihv Christ Child," un tvriginal arrztngement hy Bruthm' Byrnvs. Imnding Chm'z1ctf'1's wwf' Jim Ringness as Herod: Paul Bunn. Dick Hztmnwnd, and Paul Slnvvns as Shephvrds: Mikv Fzlhttrty :is the She,-phvrd Buy: Ed I.uH0od, Ted Otto, and Frank Ohlvmiller as the Kingsg Dt-nnis Kennedy as the King's Chzimhc-1'laing and Pat Brown as tho Blpssvd Mothvr. Background music was p1'ovidt'fi hy the Spalding Glcc Cluh. 1 1 4 A 1033 1' i l E Qi QW www Workers Behmcl the Scenes Above Variety Show Painters ftop to bottornj Mike Farraher lun Knecht Iohn Szentes Right above Vcuiety Show Scenery Dave Swanson Paul Bonn Bob Barker Right Class Play Ticket Committee Qstandmgj De lores Thompson Patsy Tomlin fseatedb Carol DeCremer Rosemary Sell Carole Knox Wllma Zaborac Donna Draej er Qnot plcturcdl Carol Hesslmg Below Variety Show Make up Tom Bianco Iim Rlngnes. Right Below-Class Play Scenery: Pat Vicary Mike Keenan Sally King Bob Harding Kathy Kennedy. Bcrt Entrican Denny Kennedy Ioanne Scoby Norma Scovil Rita Schwerer Nancy Meyer Pat Stull. J , , :ai IIXB 'Qui "f 'ii .is .rye 542 V , iismix W li in igfgfy.. . 43 S? Q it f 'QF 155' N fr4f' -' Left Above-Class Play Costumes: Mary I. Bratton. Dar- lene Buschbom. Caroline Mitsules, Ioan McC1uhan, Carol Maggio. Above-Variety Show Electricians: Bob Peters. Leon Ioseph. Left-Class Play Ushers and Programs: fstandingj Ioyce Bringer. Mary McCarthy, Iudy Bringer. Kathy O'Con- nell, Ann Bourscheidt: Qseatedj Mary Biederbeck, Roseann Roberts. Barbara Evans. Left Below-Variety Show Scenery: Bob Barker, Dave White, Skip Taylor. Below-Class Play Make-up: Barbara Whelan. Shirley Nauman, Nancy Flanigon. fill ,bc an O Get out of the way-I've got it G. A. A.. Over 200 girls participalc-d actively in the ath- letic: program after school under the capable direc- tion of Mrs. Dorothy Reynolds. Eager students from each class could be found in the gym helping to get a victory for their team as they pushed the ball over the not or into the basket during tense volleyball and basketball games. Outstanding senior basketball players are. first row 7 Judy Bringer, Janice Best, Carol Mahoneyg second rowe- Joyce Bringer, Darlene Buschbomg third row-Donna Draeger, Marilyn Crilly, Carole Knox. Intramural Basketball Game Climaxing the basketball season was the annual Senior Versus All-Star game on April 1. The hard- Iought contest ended in ct tied score of 39. Officers, l. to r, Lowell Jibben, Bing Hajnal, Ed Winchester-- prefect, Maurice Joseph, Gary Soldati. Ed Winchester Lowell Jibben Harold Hajnal Gary Soldati Maurice Joseph Jim Haddigan Jerry Kelly Phil Kronenberg Mike McNamara Dick Snyder William Woulfe John Szentes Mike Cooper Richard Fairfield Donald Wort Dave Fairfield Jim Venzon Dick Hammond Donald Broaddus Don Willard Don Goddard John Sauer Jim Donahue Prefect at Work 110 Spalding Sodcrlity During its second year at Spalding, the Sodality of the Immac- ulate Conception has continued to perform its dual purpose of per- sonal sanctity and Apostolic Works. Under the leadership of Edward Winchester, the prefect, the so- dality has done much to promote Catholic action. The sodality was originated last year at Spalding under the guidance of Father White, who was transferred to St. Patrick's High School, Kankakee, ill., at the semester, and is now under the direction of Father Monahan. Although the sodality is small in number, its achievements are many. This year the annual diocesan Sodality day, an event attended by Sodalists from all Catholic high schools in the diocese, was held here at Spalding. The Sodality also held a hay-rack ride earlier in the year, a double feature movie early in April, and has sponsored many projects for the improvement of the school. 2 Father Patrick Toomey during one of his enlightening lectures on the second Day of Recollection A very impressive three days were spent hy the AOI. students January 20, 21, and 22 during ' the retreat conducted by Rev. Robert Devaney whose conferences left the girls with many inspirational thoughts. With his conference on the Passion of Our Lord, Father pointed out that, through sins, we are like the people standing in the crowds, mocking and slapping Christ. after He has shown so much love tor us. Prolizihly still fresh in the minds of AOL girls is the c'ont'erenef- in which the wonderful love and szierit'ic'es ol' our parents were described. "VVe do not realize it how," said Father. "but later, after they have departed from us, we will regret that we had not 2lIJIJl't'K'lilit'fi them more." Days oi Recollection at Spalding This year a new method of spiritual exercises was tried out at Spalding when three separate days of Recol- lection were held on the first Fridays, instead of the cus- tomary three-day retreat. Fr. John Sweeney, Assistant, Superintendent of Schools of the Diocese, conducted the first day of the exercises, and emphasized the necessity of religion in the life of the youth of Americag Fr. Patrick Toomey, C.S.V., of the Viatoiian Mission group, emphasized the purpose of life in the secondg and the final phase of the program was carried out by Monsignor G. Middleton, Director of Char- ities of the Diocese. The students are to be commended for the spirit in which they co-operated with the priests and we hope that lasting good was accomplished. Academy Retreat Father Devaney is shown giving private advice ' to this Academy girl 111 i The Sodctlity oi the Blessed Virgin Mary As lhw- aim ol' the Sodzxllly is pifrsonal S?illClllll'2illOl1 zinfl lhvn tho santification of othcrs, the officers of thc- Soflulity wwiw often assembled to plan ways of meeting their aim. Hard all work looking for niatcrial for planning interesting inevtings aw: Cliarlrriic Hoercleman, vice-profeclg Virginia Phillips, pri-- lvvtg Donna Hurst. tI'9f1SLlI'O1iQ llurhara Buckley, svc1'v1z11'y. 1 A Weekly Meeting of the Active Sodulists Is Being Conducted by Prefect Virginia Phillips 2 "To Jesus through Marynethe Sodality way of life, inspires us to become exemplary Catholics and to sanctify ourselves and others. The sodalists meet twice a week-Wednesday to discuss various topics ot special interest and Friday to discuss the rules of our patroness, Mary. The singing of Christmas carols to shut-ins and monthly Holy hours are among the Sodality projects. Each representative, after attending the meet- ing promotes the different projects such as good language and charity campaigns, the rosary dur- ing October and the stations during Lent among her classmates who then join with our spiritual leaders, the sodalists, to get "to Jesus through Mary." At the right above is pictured a group of sodal- ists at a holy hour held on New Year's Eve to make reparation for all the sins that would be committed that night. Monthly holy hours were also a part of the Sodality program to achieve its aims. To the right below, Academy and Spalding Sodal- ists are shown entertaining fellow-Sodalists from other parts of the diocese at the Sodality Day. 113 Ready to deliver Christmas bas- kets prepared by the Academy girls for needy families are the Sodality Representatives. They are: front row: Anne Olson, Judy Hanley, Audrey Cleary, Mary Jane Tedford, Lynne Berninger, Mary Walsh. Sec- ond row: Nancy Zarones, Joyce Bringer, Joanne O'Russa, Donna Nelson. Third row: Marilyn Gibbons and Audrey Bride. Wan' 'U mi M Reporting the results of their sections in the magazine drive, one of the many activities sponsored by the Student Council, are Student Council representatives. CLeft to rightb Janice Best, Sandra Huston, Joanne Urbancg seated: Pat Girdzus, Jean Jachman, Judy Springstong standing: Wilma Zaborac, Monica Metz, Carol Draeger, Frances Beckfeld, Pat Murphy, Lois Fox, Cecilia Ksycki, and Pat Zagelmeyer. First and foremost, the Student Council serves the student body which it represents. At the first meeting the Student Council introduced to the students the heads of the various school organizations. The moderator, Sister Electa Marie, conducts a Week- ly meeting for the officers and representatives to plan the projects. Among them they conducted a Friendship Week, and a Father-Daughter Banquet. Their monthly meeting is devoted to either the discussion of school problems or the honoring of various organizations and individuals. The officers and representatives also attend a monthly meeting ot the Students Councils of Peoria. Student Council Presiding over the monthly Student Council as- semblies are the officers-Carol Mahoney, president, Carole DeCremer, vice-president, Elizabeth Huchtons, secretary, Laurice Joseph, treasurer. l 2 E Hcr1lowe'en Dance-the Broomstick Bounce Entertaining the Faculty at cz Tea during Friendship Week P i 4 E A Z Q i 1 3 s a i 5 E Q i i S x Pontificctl Crew The Pontifical Crew is that select group of students who have the honor to assist the Bishop at all his Eccles- iastical functions. Wherever the Bishop is, there also is the Pontifical Crew. They assist on the altar at all Solemn High Pon- tifical Masses, at Midnight Mass at the Cathedral on Christmas, during Holy Week, on Easter Sunday, and at all ordinations. The crew is directed by Monsignor Peters. And speak- ing for the Pontifical Crew, we wish to thank Monsignor Peters for all his time, effort, and patience during the past year. A., .F Members of the Pontifical Crew are: PREFECTfBob Murrin TRAIN BEARER-Rod Hartnett CROSS BEARER----Frank Ohlcrniller BOOK-Tim Henning CROSIER4Bob Render MITREe-Phil Coogan CENSER-Paul Slavens BOAT4Phi1 Koeppel ACOLYTES-Ray Van Bruwaene and Charles Happach VESTERS-John Jachman, heady Louis Gaffney, Louis Sheets, Jerry Lee, Robert Wennmacher, Leonard DeLozier, and Kenneth Marchulones. 5 Sondra Miller sorts Catholic magazines to be sent to the missionaries C. S. M. C. sa, rw W' w .JL a, -.auf Wg' 'Sk xy ,f gg my 3 NITE ROY Eagerly giving their donations to the mite box are the Mission representatives Front Jacqueline Powell, Clarys Cleary, Barbara Palmer: back: Nora Wamsley Sharon Grimm, Nancy Genzel, Ioann Petty, Fern Zaborac, Delia Shea, Nancy Cavanaugn Anita McKenzie, and Kathryn Hurst. The motto of the Academy's active C.S.M.C. is "Pray- er, Study, and Sacrifice." Their generous contributions to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith as Well as many other missionary enterprises and the thousands of cancelled stamps shipped to St. Louis University show the self-sacrificing spirit of AOL'ers. Talks, original songs and skits at the monthly meetings, and attractive bulle- tin board displays give the students knowledge of the needs of the Missions and inspirc them to prayer and further sacrifice. Proudly displaying the trophy won hy the Academy for their work in saving stamps for the Missions are the of- ficers of the C.S.M.C. They are Donna Coake, treasurer: Marta Vonachen, vice-president: Patty Berg, president: and Mary Best, secretary. Nancy Cremer is being shown the various spots at which our missionaries are located by classmates Paula Bled- soe, Elfrieda Dubois, and Charlene Bennett. 116 Shown receiving from Father Deane the Paladin Award for mission study by attendance at the convention ut Notre Dame are: first row-Delores Gollner, Audry Cleary, Nancy Zarones, Elaine Bianchi. Patty Berg: second row -Wilma Zaborac, Nancy Flanigon, Fern Zaborac, Marta Vonachen. Saving stamps is an important project for AOL missionaries. Pictured counting and sorting stamps are: first row-Peggy Gunthner, Ara Mauk, Eugenia Vogel, Betty Code: second row-Nancy Cremer, Pat O'Nei11, Phyllis Castle, Ianice Matthews, Edith Buysee. Informing Beth Kemp on the latest news from Iapan is Myra DuBois. as she reads G letter from her pen pal. Ex, 7 ll I .4 5 118 p HoMECo1v11NG QUEEN IANET BEST Senior KATHRYN HURST Sophomore LORETTA HOULAHAN Freshman MARY LOU JQNES QQ N05 1 A MAN V U, Homecoming Tho homecoming! of 1954 provt-fl to ho ont' ol that XQHIJS most mt'moi'ahl0 vvonts. Students startficl wvvlcs ahoafl to got ma- torial togc-tht-1' for a lloat to rvprosffnt their class in thv homecoming pararlv. The parade, consisting ol' tht- our-vn, hm' attt-nclants, and many AOI. and Spal- ding students, pivcc-dml tho football gamm- which vnflod in a Victory for tho Irish. The clay was brought, to a close- hy tho home-coming dance- at which thc- Jun- ioi class: float was announcc-cl tho winnt-r OL ai beautiful trophy. The- Honwcoming was imdor the gon- eral management oi' tht- Spalding Mvn's Club, ably assistc-cl by the Mothvrs Club, by the artistic Fr. Livingston, and othc-1' nivnilwrs ol' tht' faculty. l Z S L Crowds gather each year to join with Academy students in honoring Mary on May Day. VIRGINIA. PHILLIPS May Queen May Queen An evening that will always be remembered was the crowning of Our Mother, Mary. Virginia Phillips, our May Queen, placed the crown of flowers upon the brow of Our Lady. The living rosary, formed by the senior class in pastel formals, rep- resented a lovely picture as they recited the rosary before the statue of the Blessed Virgin. The court was formed by the Sodality repre- sentativcs, in blue and white for- mals. Benediction of the Blessed Sac- rament closed the evening cere- mony. :Wy CHARLOTTE HOERDEMAN Acfzflvmy Girl Academy Girl The Senior class, with the ap- proval of the faculty, chose Char- lotte- Hoordeman to represent the ideal Academy Girl. The selection 0 basis of religion, moral and desirable personal char- was made on th acftoristics, and the ability to lead for good and to serve others. : ,fix ,Q r F X 9 KL h A Q is Q X Nix K A 445 re YRSX ik ,, R ll an at-ma., 5 -Af: fat-With.. lWw,,,t Q, ,, Q . .f b , fiftfffk FFR so ga! K va'-5' The most characteristic pose of Charlotte is at the piano, for she has been the de- pendable accompanist for both the Glee Club and solo performances during her four years at the Academy. I ull!! f-U as 329 11 ,Q tt .fggiis robsbzwr 'W 4 Academy Mothers' Club Mothers of the Academy girls actively promote the Welfare of the school. Among their activities during this year were a Silver Tea, a card party, and a Mother- Daughter Mass and Breakfast. Hard work- ing committees provided for stimulating talks by well-known speakers or entertain-- ment by their daughters. si - wan Pictured are: Mrs. R. F. Whelan, pub- licityg Mrs. E. F. Best, treasurer, Mrs. Frank Evans, vice-president, Mrs. Robert Sommer, presidentg Mrs. Paul Spainhower, secretary. Under the expert direction of Mrs. Heid, the hard-working Spal- ding Mothers' Club promoted many successful activities including the 1953 Homecoming festivities, which proved to be the best ever. lf not for their various card parties, and other social events through- out the year, Spalding and its student, body would be without many of its benefits derived from our loyal, and wonderful Mothers' Club. After finishing up another successful year, the Athletic: Depart- ment of Spalding can again look back on the wonderful support given them by their loyal Men's Club. Everyone at Spalding is aware of the good this great organiza- tion does for the school. Without them Spalding would never realize many of the necessities of a growing high school, such as the best in athletic equipment, a well equipped marching band and many, many other things. To the Spalding Men's Club we give a vote of thanks and appreciation for all their hard work during the past school year. ' l I I Spaldmg Mothers Club Spalding Men s Club Left to right: Mrs. Robert Barger, recording secretaryg Mrs. John Heid, president, Mrs. John Rellihan. vice-presidentg Mrs. Joseph Boyce, treasurerg standing: Mrs. Frank Haddigan, corresponding sec- retaryg Mrs. Robert, Doyle. 122 4- 4 c Left to right: Mr. Earl Stauffer, vice-presidentg Mr. Ben Hao pach, presidentg Mr. Roy Bullockg secretaryg Mr. Art Kniep, treasurer ' it Climaxing the evening was the announcement of Reg- ina Sander, sophomore candidate, as Penny Queen of the Carnival. She is pictured as she reigns from her silver throne surrounded by the other candidates-Betty Code, freshman, Linda Lolli, junior, and Nancy Spainhower, senior. rv-1.51 Entertainment and prizes for all--from the kindergarten tots to the high school students and their parents--could be found at the carnival. Academy Senior Carnival Hit Parade oi 1954 Months ot planning and soliciting ut' prim-S z1c'ltwx't-ri tht'11' results whvn thv 21llI'2lC'llXtlj rim-twzttvrl gvnt wats ftpf'l1:'cltr1vltfc'1'rv,x'rl who L'fl1ltlj'tWl tht- se-nicn' crnrnivztl Fc-hrunry 25. linthusinstic' IllC'lllllt'l'S of ouch r-lass XVUl'littfl harfl tw 1-ullfwt pvnny vntvs fm' their Cilllflltlillu' for Qufw-n during thc- wt-1-ks pri- r"-rling thv event Q Proceeds from tht- carnival will lm used hy the st-niurs in W 1 e tu ltllllfl at grotto ut tho Blessed M1 thv Academy. rthvr on tht- gruun :ls tit g d We WWW R E 35 """Y' Sw 5 55 - 5 it f in ,fi Z-if a is , sw, , se, 5 s-. a gs. -S3 i t E Pftftefwxfifft t .g ,ll l tt, i t Gm 1 "My Lady Loves to Dance" Spalding Prom King and Queen - Phil Coogan, president of the Iunior class. and Pat Haley. Peggy Brophy Ccenterj reigns as queen of the Academy Iunior- Senior prom, surrounded by Mary Best, Mary Lee, Elizabeth Vogt, and Sue Cusack as attendants. High on the activity list of most Academy and Spalding students is dancing, and among the two schools and the Catholc Youth Center a Well-rounded program was scheduled. lt all started with the Centeris Baclcto- School dance held in September to get every- one into the nswingi' of social life of the schools again after the long vacation. The Academy Student Council sponsored the ncxt dance on the program, holding it in the Acad- emy gym, decorated in the Weird characteris- tics of Halloween. No one could complain about crowded conditions at the Homecoming Dance, November l, for it was the first dance on the new Spalding gym floor. All found Valentine Dance - Pat O'Neil1, Ed LaHood-senior class president, Ianet Best, Rod Hartnett-senior class Chaperoning the Valentine Dance arc: 1. to r. Mr. and Mrs. Ohlemiller, Mr. and Mrs. Hart- nett, Mr. and Mrs. La!-Iood, and Fr. Canella. that it served as a wonderful dance floor as they ended a full day ol' Ilomeeoming activi- ties. With Christmas came the annual Sigma Delta Formal at the Pere. All were in the mood for dancing to the "Snowball" theme as they enjoyed a rare "white Christmas." Vale entine Day set an appropriate atmosphere lor couples dancing to the music ol Paul Wiremziir at the initial Valentine Dance. a formal affair sponsored hy the senior class ol' Spalding at the Pere lVlarquette. In the latter half ol' February the C.Y.C. celebrated its lOth anniversary with a dance in the Spalding Cafeteria. Spring always sees the two most anticipated dances of the upper classmen. the annual proms given by the junior classes of each school. With Peggy Brophy reigning as queen, the juniors ol' the Academy held their prom on May lfl, followed hy the prom at the Mt. Hawley Country Cluh on the 24th hy the class of '55 from Spalding. Typical of most teen-age dances is this one by Dianne McCarthy and Iohn Schifeling. 125 A group of seniors enioying the Valentine Dance are: 1. to r., Paul Bonn, Mary Ann Miles, Denny Kennedy, IoCele Kelly, Iim Ringness, Sue Schlehuber, Sandy Gaa, and Dan Mungoven. Shirley Reddy and Mary Clare Costello, student directors of "Little Women." Maureen Horan, second place in "The Voice of Democra- cy" and Cecilia Beckfeld, runner-up 'in American Legion Oratorical Contest. we -is 1 vii, Speech Marilyn Gibbons, second place for essay on "Ameri- canism." Third place 'in Play Festival-"The Bond Between" acted by Rosemary Doheny, Sal- ly O'Brien, Pat Ireland, fmissingj Norma Scovil. ' Debate Tournament at Pekin-Iudy Wiltse, Cecilia Beckfeld, Audrey Bride. Marilyn Gib- bons. 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Dunno Mr, and Mrs. H, J. Eaton Gene Ehrlich Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Evans James S. Flanigon Mr. and Mrs. William Gaa Glen Oak Bakery SUMMA PATRONS Mr. und Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Hoc Mr. and Mrs. Myles Goddard Leo Hammond Ben Happach ht John J. Heid Mr, and Mrs. Carl J. Hom,-rdeman Edward M. Hr Mr. and Mrs. iran Harry J. Iluchtons Ann Hunsinges Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Hurst H. J. Irr-land Mr. and Mrs. Loo V. McDonald Rita McLinden Sally MclVIachan Mr, and Mrs. Ernest C. M1-yr-r Teresa Molitor Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mungovon Mr. and Mrs. R, L. O'Brien Edward O'Connor Joan O'Connor Mr. and Mrs. George L. Olson Olson-Lay Realty Co. X f , f Q f J, l 7 Y V , Q , . Q . 'gg QL-,QQ,vQ:Q . Pat Ireland Mr. and Mrs. George Remm '95, . 'Q ,-25 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jachman Mr, and Mrs. D. J. Render QQ3 ly k Mrs R C Jnsckv Mrs. Catherine- Rlngnq-ss ' hlllnlcrx I 'fl- Q K' ' ' ' - S-'-55-'---'WWE' It Mr. and Mrs. E. J. 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Slicriclzm 1'11rmc 28625 COURI'S FOOD TOWN East Peoria's Newest and Most Modern Super Market Open 7 f11lj'S 'J lu 9 Custom Fitted Awnings Canopies and Venetian Blinds ILLINOIS VALLEY IIWNING and TENT CO. McGIlNN'S MARKET Groceries ---- Bakery Goods Fruits and Fresh Vegetables Fresh and Smoked Meats 1'11rmc 2-7147 301 lllinois lfrce llclivcrx L1H111lll1l11C11tS ul' PEORIA BOWL INC. Vhmic 4-9513 ,lL'1.1.Cl'SHIl 111111 lfzlyc Wholesale Retail L1HI111ll1111l'11LS uf KEENIIN FIREWOIIKS CO. 1220 Knoxville 514 Main 114-116 N. NY2LSl1111Q't1J11. 1"eurizl, 111. 1 l,l1H1lC 2-3.7533 l'hfynQ 1'11m1L' 06116 tirniipliilicxits ful' KEENI-IN ggfgfgg 514-516 A121111 51. 4-9163 I'cm'i:n, 111. I. 1 LUI11I11I111L'l1tS ul I Il FRIEND OF SPIILDING ..:f ffl W 49' S ll P P I. I I S 205 Main P0oria's Qnly Store Devoted Exclusively To Supplying Artists Run by Artists-for Artists BEETLER BEAUTY SERVICE Six Locations HELENE 126 S. Madison GRAYSON'S 104 S. Adams BROOK'S 221 S. Adams BRADY'S 1600 Sheridan KLEIN'S Sheridan Village St. Francis Hospital Wm. Beetler, Owner RE - JOYCE CHRIS HOERR and SON CO. Wholesale Grocers-Importers and Coffee Roasters Compliments of BOGARD'S DRUG STORE NO. 2 1615 Prospect Rd. BROWNS Peoria School of Business 240 S. Jefferson Avenue The only school in Peoria specializing in qualifying high school graduates for top business positions of all kinds. Ask for 1954 school catalog A. R. Beard, Director LEITER ELECTRICAL CO. Electrical Contracting Engineers 410 Fayette St. Peoria, Ill. Compliments of WILLIAM W. KUMPF FRASCO BROS. MARKET 145 Easton Avenue Phone 7-6111 Phone 5-7636 Meats and Groceries Italian Foods 13 J Clothing - Hats - Furnishings L'omplimc11ts uf thc BEVERLY BARBER SHOP ANDREEN NORDWALL CO. Men's Shop I 1805 Knoxville Phone 2-3416 127 S. ,IQIICPSHII l'l1onc S2553 I I IOSEPH BROS. SUPER MARKET Complimcnts of G ' M t d V t bl BURROUGHS CORPORATION '0CeZf'K, T S :Za lege a es in s o ou try 117 S. blcffcrson Ql. XY. Little, Alger. Vhoncs: 4-9255 4-9254 101 Hulliurt Stock By Us in a Complete Range of Sizes and Widths Compliments of I for WOMEN for MEN for CHILDREN MadG'mf7lS'lll0 Kt-ith Highlanders American Juniors Naturahzmls Walkovcrr Scout tBoy Sz Girl! Walkovr-rs V V I Airsteps Endwvll Deluxe Propm B111 Camilevers Conformal Orthopvdic Jole-ne Roblt-ce Bustor Brown Life Stride Pedwin Trimfoot Sgxfgrgix-082 Streetmastc-rs Robin Hood I CRAWFORD SHOE STORES I 201 S. Ieiferson Ave. - W. I. Crawford, Mgr. ami OUTLET STORE - 211 Fulton Mm. C. Crawford, Mgr. DRY CLEANING SHOE SALON - 340 Fulton 605 blzlcksoii St. l'1io11c 646162 John Crawford' Mgr' 323 Court St., Pekin, Illinois Jim Crawford, Mgr. 136 HRRTNETTS STANDARD SERVICE Spring N jefferson l'co1'iz1, Illinois TOBIN DRUG Fine Prescription Service Our Service Makes Us Grow CARRIGAN 6. YOUNG -PR 1 NTB RS- 3Ul l"i1'st.Xxc l'L'11l'i1l,llli11uis LRGRON-MILLER Religious Articles 228 S. .lk'lifR'I'S1ill l'lionv fx-3482 M. S. CARVER LUMBER CO. 16 licsvivoir lllvrl. on Xxiill' Kleniorizil lli Phone 2-6609 for the finest in lumber NOTIONS MAGAZINES TRAPP'S VARIETY STORE , - . lnln Suconrl .Nun l'lionL' 6-'1Sl4 SCHOOL SUPPLIES TYRELL'S TINY TOT l imiie 3-31138 519 xllllll Strcct, ll-orizi, Illinois Peoria Maternity Center POTTER 61 ANDERSON JEWELERS - SILVERSMITHS "XX'ortliy uf Yulllt Conficlciirc Registered Jewelers American Gem Society ,, . , ,-..... .w.w4 l'nllon l lions ofonfn 1? Everybody Likes . . . THE BIG, METROPOLITAN SUNDAY IOURNIIL-STAR Splendid Coverage of Local, State and National News with ASSOCIATED PRESS, UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE and ASSOCIATED PRESS WIREPHOTOS. Also our own efficient staff of Editors. R ip t rs and Photographers a Y e Two Big Sunday Supplements s 16 Pages of The Picture Magazine Col-or Corn-Ni-CS Compliments of THE COOGAN FAMILY Compliments of I. T. BOWER MOTORS INC. 828 Main St. I Y B kD1 i , ...ik ,yd .. juli ,F fl!! VA VV I ' .. N!gww'fff.E!fk'!W7 '?Vf?'fQ1.:!' 0 gf if J! ff ' .73 I M , fl Kiwi! 1 K1 A if ,f' 1 1 , 1 Compliments of BOLAND MORTUHRY ? Compliments of NEHI BOTTLING CO. Bottlers of N ehi Flavors and Royal Crown Cola 2010 Main St. Llllllllllllllllllls of SIDNEY HARRISON COMPANY WE Let HAVE THE "KNOW-HOW! " Us Show You How We Know! lliztl 3-5737 II R U lU LEM' BJ? PIE EMEA FF: Zfzwayffwzzsyfqzeaew PEORiA3ILLINOlS l TOASTMASTER BREAD Used exclusively in the cafeterias of Spalding Institute and the Academy of Our Lady ggi, ' for fine furniture and interiors 1712 North Sheridan Road Phone 2-4521 'ff thorn' is no substitute for quality :lt l.llJl?11121l1'S . . tlistinctivu furniture :mtl interiors :lt rczismizilmlt- pric LS THE LENS 8 CAMERA SHOP If.VQl'j'II1lIlg' 111 I'111c I'I11m1 I'.4I111p111c11t H4 . .. . , . . . 511, bIcttQ1's4111 St I curxzl. III111111s IACK 51 BILL'S SPORTING GOODS Ilizll 6-9068 206 Main St. IR-m,11'iz1, III AIJINIIIIIIICIIL 11 1. SMITH DRUG STORE 1800 Knuxx Prescrlptlon Spec: HIL .lt Nlcilurc alists I'I11 HIC C41111pIi111c11ts I NELSON BEEF COMPANY Dressed Beef, Veal and Boneless Beef IIXJI .XppIc' Strut I I11111c M4853 I'c411'i:1. IIIi1111is ff SAN' iw: 00111615 N cnzfss I 3 FIRST IN FRESHNESS . . . FIRST IN FLAVOR . . FIRST AGAIN AT THE ILLINOIS STATE FAIR! , Sm de1's Quality Chekd MILK and ICE CREAM A Traffic Q ky Seiiing k Buying 3 My Di Iy '- Per nnei Rt wig A O rations i yy ccounting I 4 X f ,f Advertising NWN M ,N if Food Services 911 I N N L iid ivierciiandising finds the door open at Block 8: Kuhl Co. GQ? A Office Functions xlrjif ,fl if Of hx interior Decorating , u wiii iind aii oi tiiese and many more at Biocic 8 Kuiii Co.. wilere M I R I9 stores and a Central Buying Oiiice are ready to silow you wily i G2 tiiere are a greater variety oi opportunities in time retail iieid than G Ov 17 '1 I ' any otiier. Yes, time door is open to aii wiio are interested in a department store career, and "opportunity" is icnocixing every day. Block 5' Kuiii is growing, and you can grow witii it. VViIy donit you Ucompare notes" witii time Personnei Director, and see ii Pmiocic 5 Kuiii Co. doesnit iiave to oiier just wiiat you are iooiaing for in a career? You are aiways weicomei llldlfk si Klllll C0. Peoria, Illinois . I Stores in EEQEAJR gTTAWA WINNETKA NIOLINI: - - ALESBURG ROOKFORO DAVENPORT, IA. Man' Oihcesf EMQNOCRYA 345313155 E555 BROS. BURLINGTON, IA. . . . . EEPORT A Central Distribution, 801 S. Washington St, DANVILLE ELGIN ROCK ISLAND D QOVRLESMSETQRE 143 Compliments of the Senior Mechanical Drawing Class LM THIRD PERIOD Ioe Galvin Paulsy Bonn Bill Cook Lowell Iibben "7 up" Lawless "Ace" Donlan Al Schmidt Chuck Bour Robert Brissette Ioe Lafeber Iohnnie Skender "Murph" "Mac" "Sam" Svymbersky Leon Ioseph Ioe Koeppel Bob Kennedy "Radar" Keeley "1'ungle lim" Heid Reggie" Ringness "Sharkie" Markevitch "Harley" Iohnson n SIXTH PERIOD Iohn Iachman Roger Dunne lack Giberson Ed Laroschfe Bob Remm Ted Otto Ierry Molloy "Ty Cobb" Morrissey Gilbert Keyster Tom "co-capt." Little Bob "co-capt." Render Pat "Nel" Nelson Ierry "speedy" McDonald Iim "faster-than-Mac" Smith Duke Snyder Albert Kelch Frank "Bevo" Ohlemiller Iefrry Willard Dickey Arnold Whizzer White Fred Schaub Don Wheeler P. Martin B, Hahn lack Trompeter Belvedere Velde Buster "Joy, Joy" Myers - .ATU The key to your future 'M , Ben Franklin usvcl his kc-y . . . and paved the way for the many moclt-rn conveniences we enjoy today with W Q llc-ctricity. - 5 A . lm 1 4 The degrt-vs or diplomas you rc-cvivv are your keys gl ug 13 , 'Jo it to apply your learning in an adult practical world. USO 'Ely , - R . .' ff: your key well . . . that graduates in the years to ,, is fig follow may ht-nz-fit from the better society you will T? .If '. fa, , P .E ,. ul havv helps-d create-. emi 411- ix 1 in v, '-ff.. Q Wil fs .i 4 ff M , N X CENTRAL ILLINUIS LIGHT C0. Theyae saving at .qwyu Bank Commercial National Bank of Peoria Adams and Liberty Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp ri. m W L I J ww W COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND X . t ' s 6 :QR M LUTHY BROS. COMPANY jobbers in Fruit and Produce llO Fayette Phone 3-4464 O'BRIEN-IOBST , . . . lla 5, blcilerson .Xu-11111 l'l1onc S-3813 "The Mczfs Store of Peoria LIGHTING FIXTURES For Home - Factory - Office E. 1. MAUSHARD CENTRAL FIXTURE COMPANY 708 Main Street Peoria, Illinois Compliments of TRI-MEE Potato Chips French Fried Popcorn Chilli "Ready to Serve" Made in Peoria - By Union Employees FISCHER SHELL SERVICE Complete Car Care lnclucling Tune Up and Generator Service Cliiczlgo Motor Lilulw Klcinlw.-rs 324 l'1'uspt'L't llwzul Sawyer Saltines Townhouse Crackers by SIIWYER BISCUIT CO. 313 liocl-Q lslzlnrl .Xx'e. - liK'flI'l1l, illinois Insulatc Now Johns Manville Sprintex Rock Wool BUCKLEY MODERN HOME SERVICES 923 South Second Street Pekin, Ill. Phone 2586 Compliments oi FREDERICK N. FRIINK, INC. Scwcr Contractors ,iCl-l.t'l'SHll linilrling' l'cor1:l, lllinms - HEROLD'S DONUTS Y ., Try 'em You'll see Iflfe deliver party orders on time Milk , , , l ' ' C' ' ': tall us tor prwcs 1 LL ISHN Luttzlge Cheese l I1 2-7321 1315 lf. l.m1rIu11 fur 50 Years ARTHUR NELSON Miller Movers N. Kclums I'lw11c' 3-11 118 Earn a Preferred Return on Savings PEOPLES FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loan Association of Peoria 111 North 'lL'1.1.Ql'SU1I Ave. lllmm' 6-0811 "The Place for Savingsu Compliments ol' PEORIA SPRING COMPANY 215 Knoxville .Xvcnue l'l1u11e 5-3831 1 l'em'iz1. Illinois W. I. ALTPETER Auctioneer 1803 X. .Nfl2l111S - lllwne 5-1918 Send it to . . B I E H L ' S Cleaning and Dyeing Service Tcl. 6-6156 706 Malin St. ll-urizfs Muster flCZlIlCl' zmcl 1751-1' DUST ALL MANUFACTURING CO. since 1890 Sanitary, Chemical and Janitorial Supplies for Schools, Hospitals, Factories, Homes 127 S. NNUQIICI' St. - - lll'4Jl'IZl, Illinois Vlwne 4-2558 "PHOTOGRAPHY IS FUN" CAMERAS 0 PROJECTORS 0 SCREENS DARKROOM SUPPLIES 0 RENTALS 0 CUSTOM PHOTO FINISHING 0 PEORIA CAMERA SHOP Phone 4-6126 559 Alain, Opposite Post Office llulmer Szunniis l'eu1'i:1, Ill. 'loc liilton BEST AUTO SERVICE 738 Luucks .Xu-. Congratulates the 1954 GRADS MO0RE'S jewelers and Silversmiths Cornei' Main :mel Aflziclismi Candy Cigars SPRINGER - BURKLUND CO. Wholesale Only 607 Main Street Vhfme 3-5115 Notions Fountain Supplies Compliments of W. T. GRANT 107 S. .Xclzlms 5 Known for Values Buy direct from the mine High grzule local coal LUINIJ--ICQQYNLII-'Wflll-1l'C2l'fCfl fS1 1 LI l'hm1e 6-2071 ZABORAC COAL CO. Nurwfmrl l'zu'k Compliments of LINCOLN CLEANERS 3307 Slierimlam Kd. 1917 Alain St. . Compliments ol' D. E. HORAN -1 ri L VESPIYS MHYWOOD MARKET Quality Meats Ev' Groceries 519 Fast Mziywoocl Phone 2-4515 George Wilbur GEO. I. ROTHI-lN CO. Millwork - Lumber 700 Johnson Street Peoria, Illinois 5 . vs ' 9 Compliments of a Friehd f j i onucs - Pnsscmnlons Mccwns and Pnospscr G Il M B I. E S "The Friendly Storel' C 0 m p 11 m e n t S Hardware - Auto Supplies - Paints 0 f Household Needs F R I E N D S 3108 Vmspcct ff I'co1'izL Heights KNOLLHIRE FLOWERS l'hum' 9202 3205 N. Shcrimlzm c.,ng..t.1ates ACE AMBULANCE an OXYGEN SERVICE The Class of 1954 24 Hour Ambulance Service MHYCY Voegele SteHOiSh 115 lqmxville Aw. I-M-all 4, Illinois Class of '33 150 I- BETTER CLEANING Renew The Beauty of Your Garments Our Cleaning Methods Will Do lt- Phone 2-1551 HEIGHTS CLEANERS 3607 I'ROSl'liL'T ROAD RAY liN.Xl'll Peoria llcights. lll. MATTHEW'S MUSIC COMPANY 529 Main St. Peoria, Illinois Band Instrument, TV, and Record Dept. With Adams Music Co. FOOD PRODUCTS MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE AND TEA SALAD DRESSINGS AND PICKLES COFFEE BREWING EQUIPMENT ALL MAKES INSTITUTIONAL FOODS 3-7467 GEORGE O. PASQUEL COMPANY 1416 S. Arlzmis, l'co1'iz1, Ill. Compliments of 0. FRANK HEINZ Construction Co. REX For Fine Cameras, Projectors, and All Types of Photographic Equipment and Supplies. Easy Terms REX STUDIO 6. CAMERA SHOPS 329 S. .Xclams Street 403 Malin Street Pcoriafs Oldest Photographic Stores HEIGHTS TEXACO SERVICE 'I' W. I .will liospcct lxcl. l'Qoriz1 llcights Vlwnc 5-'N30 For the unusual in formals S shop at 604V2 Main Street Peoria 2, Illinois Bride's House . . . does everything beautifully MII.O'S PARK-N-SHOP 3500 N. Sheridan Road "Good Foods" Compliments of ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL School of Nursing CHIll1JlllHClIIS uf HEDIGER 6: IVIEYERS Insurance Co. Congratulations to the Class ol' '54 DENTINO BROS. 901 ,l'1l'SI .Xve, l'Iwnc 4fN7.W Quality Groceries Ed Meats for 36 years "II Bank You'l1 I.ike" IEFFERSON BANK Jefferson Trust and Savings Bank of Peoria l'co1'1:1. Illinois Member Federal D p sit Insurance Corporat 510.000 Maximum Insurance for Each Dep to , 1 1 Compliments of SZOLD'S BOURSCHEIDT ELECTRIC CO All You Require - When You Wire S 1918 601 HANSLBJR PLACE Always new fashions .... 'IBEW I7 13 WMS m our young people's shops 1 4'6" MQ?5"fzI I I M f4 ,I I QS CIT E' X , ,N ff, K -V If I-,Mfg X! 5 BERG ERS Great Central ---IS A GOOD PLACE TO WORK . . . ASK THE ALUMNAE! E , feat eentral 3 INSURANCE COMPANY 1 : J A STOCK COMPANY 9,30 xl qos PEORIA, ILLINOIS "cffp.wG6 JAMES S. FLANIGON, President ELMO G. GUECKS, Secretary, Treasurer You've seen the rest . . . Now buy BEST ! Two ana' tbree bedroom hom es available in in many styles THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OI' PEORIA 91 st Year 028 XXX-st Luke Street I,CUl'lll, Illinois Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ILLINOIS FRUIT A VEGETABLE MARKET Bm Wishes C. A. POWLEY Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Daily Excavating 53.3 Main 5-0623 Washed Sand and Gravel W . e make fruit baskets to order 'ITCICIJIIIYIIL' fu-F9103 il :sig NEWMAN and ULLMAN, INC. CANDY Compliments of 'MARS CONFECTIONS MAJESTIC CLEANERS and LAIINDERETTE ZH? 5, NNUEISIIII Phfule In-87546 I 1 IZU IIIIHIUII Street J IQAIHII SI. A I'hum' -I-4161 I cwrizl, Illinois Ll - ,iri - LA' -ll - ,, .l 15 r.- HORIZONS unlimited . . . Look in any direction . . . look north . . . south . . . east . . . west. Anywhere . . . everywhere, there's an opportunity. You can set your sights on any goal you choose, and pursue it as diligently as you wish. This is your heritage because you are an American. You are one who can freely seek . . . and whose opportunity it is to find . . . your fortune. This is your priceless birth- right. What you do with it is up to you. CATERPILLAR TRACTOR l 156 ' 3 I .AP icwfd ins if ,ff if lx, l 1 - ,J , 1 1 ,f if ,. ,. 1 . ' . s ' 1 ,N . , ff I ,. A If , I: ' , K 'M' my vw ' , -. lr dp Xenia!! ,ff Ji! A 1 f, if Q , if Q 1 Ai if ,Y if 1 gy .1 M, f mr f K 5' ."' Sf ' Xffx ,iffblx 7 V14 i 01" Compliments ol' T H E R E GI S T E R Official Publication of the Diocese of Peoria no U .....o.. sf mu H153 Wausau 'ww' "2 f,pr4'rnb S wkxye x i 7 I N5 Q A ..:,.,q N -gr' F 1"AE I 5 F-l ,,,,s i '21 S A , 1 x -,.. ,'1- ,-,: . I 5 L .,..,, .,,..., . . .c It I This year as we celebrate our 100th year of service, we ofthe Schradzlci Co. are loolcing ahead, planning ahead so that we shall continue to uphold our tradition of always giving to those who rely on us the "Best Today," Still Better Tomorrow. 0 Z' I X 05 213-215 S. ,AKIUHIS Sl. products of Left, to Right: Bob Donlan Anita McKenzie Jerry Cashman M. E. Rosle-Lter Buster Myers E Now and throughout, life givv yoursclf the bc-nefils and pleasures found only in the enjoyment of dairy foods. And, always, Seal- 14-sl dairy foods arc- uncqualled for freshness, flavor, purity and nutrition, Shirlvy Romaneli T WDM 4 . 'MN QMV W- Q Furlrail or Jislinclion ----- V j as K , X I A A Ifllm H79 Cdmefd ul wwf M fd' umfdm. g 7+ VJ' S'L1EE:3f:4f: " 1 159 Mig 1-' 1 L . , I 3" ' 0 ,e F . ' . 1.- I Appreciation The members of the l954 Summa Staff of the Academy and Spalding gratefully acknowledge their indebtedness to all who in any Way helped to make this book a reality. To the following, for their outstanding assistance and splendid cooperation, special appreciation is here given. The faculty and student body for their interest and cooperation. Cur patrons and advertisers for their financial assistance. PLANNING AND ADVICE Mr. l. L. Sronce, yearbook consultant for the Peoria Engraving Co., with- out whose constant help, advice, and planning this book would not have been a reality. ' Reverend Phillip M. Clifford, C.S.V. and Sister Clare Edmond, CSI.- faculty advisers. PICTURES Mr. Eugene Voss of Pabry studios, who gave many hours of his time taking pictures for our division pages and the Academy group pictures. Mr. Dan Woodley of Fabry studios-Academy and Spalding senior pic- tures. and the use of the pictures of Bishop Cousins and the Academy building. Mr. Thomas Prechel-underclassmen pictures. The Peoria journal and the Peoria Star-sports pictures. Mr. Frank Larkin--use of the Beverly Theatre for the activity division page. Reverend R. C. Livingston-use of the Spalding gym and CYC. ENGRAVING Peoria Engraving Company. PRINTING , Mr. Richard Finfgeld, Mr. lim Henderson, and the staff of the Henry News-Republican. COVERS AND BINDING Mr. H. C. Pfister. L . A A 30 am A A , - J?- 1 - 'f' J' ,f - Qi ,M 2 ,M X ff X f f JG -L45 I 44.k4 X W iw:-......1'f:: 'f ecrwr-:3i.-V-.?:' .:.-3' 4 . ' ' ' 'W P ' - f:'??.rfiJfI::E:'fi ff!--3J9:'4?f'.?Lffiw -.V"':?fi'?.' .. 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A , 4 1--'-Z-23:1 3. . ..:5":--E-tzftfiq'-:- "3:1:I1,'ff'f1i3f?,J.i2.3-ggi P-Q I in I 53 ,ig 'Eric ,N I l I I I X"w-.fini SISTER MARY MARCIAI C-5-1 SISTER RUTH MARGARET, C.S.J. Religion, English, Library Religion, Science, Sodality, Mathematics SISTER MAUREEN JOSEPH, C.S.J. Religion, English, History SISTER MARY URBANA, C.S.J. Religion, Business, Accounts SISTER MARY OLIVIA, C.S.J. Religion, English SISTER URSULA .MARlE, C.S,J. Religion, English, SISTER RITA CATHERINE, C.S.J. "C0mP0C"' Advisor Religion, Latin, French SISTER MARY VALERIA, C.S.J. SISTER ROSE EDWARD, C,S,J, Religion, Science, Mathematics Religion, English, Speech SUMMA Advisor MISS NANCY CLARK Religion, Commercial Science MRS. RUSSELL DEATHERAGE Latin, English MISS MILDRED KNOBLOCH Physical Education MISS MARY TIPPETT MRS. PATRICIA CEDEROTH 'W55 PATRIUA RICHMOND MISS MARLYN SITTON Office Secretmy Religion, History . Religion, Social Studies Home Economics 17 i The Doors That Are Open For Classes Through four-sometimes long-often too short years- the class of '57 has passed through the portals ol the Academy and Spalding. During these years they have sought their future vocations. and made themselves ready for the day when they must accept the challenge of the outside world. Lifelong friends were made, as well as a closer spiritual relationship with God, in the classrooms and the Chapels. 18 i g wifi? 451 D In front- Jim Smith. First row 'Dick Stauffer. Jerry McDonald. Jim Hvifl, Oley Turner, Rod Hartnett, Roh Donlan, Jackie Knchcr, Carol Hubs-r. Frank Finnegan. Jackie l.intz. Back row' Crmzich Errinn. Fr. Paul, .lim Mcliiughlin, Frank Kzu'p0wic'z, .lim Troy, Buster Myers, Ari llziege-, and Ron Schafstal. Baseball Schedule Mar. 26 Limestone Qhy 29 Manual qty Apr. 2 Pekin Cty 6 Central fhy 8 Canton fhy 10 Woodruff Cty 13 East Peoria fhy 14 Corpus Christi Qty 20 Washington Qty i Y i k ffm we ' 4 f an if 4 : May 21 Princeville thy 22 Pekin fhy 27 Manual thy 'Z9 Princeville Qty 30 Central qty 3 Woodruff thy 4 Limestone Qty B Washington Qhy 7 East Peoria Qty f os-. X X 'Q


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Academy of Our Lady / Spalding Institute - Summa Yearbook (Peoria, IL) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

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Academy of Our Lady / Spalding Institute - Summa Yearbook (Peoria, IL) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

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Academy of Our Lady / Spalding Institute - Summa Yearbook (Peoria, IL) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

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Academy of Our Lady / Spalding Institute - Summa Yearbook (Peoria, IL) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

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