Academy of Our Lady / Spalding Institute - Summa Yearbook (Peoria, IL)
- Class of 1955
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Text from Pages 1 - 172 of the 1955 volume:
The senior class ot 1955 of the Academy of Our Lady and
Spalding Institute. Peoria. Illinois. proudly presents the
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REVEREND ROBERT C. LIVINGSTON
Diocesan Youth Director
"Where the Catholic Youth of Peoria grow in wisdom,
age, and grace before God and man"-this is the theme ofthe
Catholic Youth Center. It is herc that our friends, the good
times we have had, and thc activities of our school life have
become memories-here we have learned to know Father
Livingston not only as our director but also as a very dear
friend. To Father Livingston we dedicate the SUMMA of
1955-our way of saying, "Thank you, Father, for your inter-
est in us."
under the gu1ding influence of their advisors.
School Life so NMS
This is our Story . . .
The memories o
of the Academy of Ouf Lad
WILLIAM E COUSINS, D. D.
Bishop o Peoria
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Since his arrival at Peoria in l952, Bishop Cousins has done a great
deal in promoting the spiritual welfare of people of his diocese. Under his
splendid Christlike leadership this corner of Christ's Kingdom continues to
produce fearless militant Catholics, and to expand its magnificent heritage
He is our spiritual Father, a staunch defender of the Faith. He has
taken a personal interest in our spiritual, intellectual, and social formation.
I-Ie has worked and prayed and sacrificed that we might become better
young Catholic men and women, He commands our respectg he merits our
Therefore, we, the Seniors of the Academy of Our Lady and Spalding
Institute, profess our allegiance to our Church and its representative here on
earth, our Bishop, and with this pledge of fealty and devotion, we promise to
God to aid His Church, through our Bishop, in its mission of bringing all
men into one flock under one Shepherd.
of the Diocese of Peoria.
we came back to
We came back, back once more to the open
doors and the halls of knowledge and good.
We weren't too sure of our future, but we
came back to learn and live. Back to no more
leisurel Back to mad rushing, hewildering
schedules, confusion-back to old friends, joy-
ous reunionsg to new friends - new experienc-
es - to quick cokes at the center, scurrying
down to help Father clean the center, to a hurl
ried visit to the chapel between classes, to the
unending parade of girls in blue and white
uniforms and boys in ties - the school year
had truly begun. The weather was still warm,
The sun was glorious as it filtered through the
Here we are again Bigger and Better Ones
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A Dance to start things oft
with or bang
The Spalding Mothefs Club launched the
social life of the students this year by sponsor-
ing a Mixer Dance in the Spalding Cafeteria.
The Academy girls got all dressed up when
the Mothefs Club gave a Silver Tea in Octob-
er at which the entertainment was provided by
the students. More space was made available
by holding the tea in the Spalding gym and
cafeteria .... In November, alter the Student
Council Dance, the Academy had Open House
and all the parents "learned" what their girls
could do in class. The last thing that the par-
ents shared with their daughters' school life
was the Father and Daughter Banquet, which
turned out to be quite successful, especially
As the year' advanced, various activities
A Silver Ten to be fancy Open House to let the iolks see what we can do '
Dads and Daughters get togethi
Dads buck up the sports programs at pmldmg
were sponsored by our parents
Academy Mothers make plans for future activities
when the fathers proved that they could out-
danee their girls ,... The Spalding Men's
Club had a very successful year in '55. Their
he'p has aided the Athletic Department and
the school in general over many economic
difficulties. They are going to stand the in-
itial expense of thc book rental system that
will take effect at Spalding next year. The
members of the Men's Club have also helped
with programs and tickets at the school sport-
Mothers make plans lor their boys
Spalding celebrated the
Feast of St. Viator . . .
Celebrating St. Viutofs Day by Mass Father Beatty points out how we could imitate the young saint
Mass in honor oi their patron saint The student body received Communion
These figures are fascinating
classes went on during autumn days . . .
School is lun too Nothing like u "quie!" library
Homecoming brought high spirits
Will ii rellly "f1Odi"?
A pep mlly wiih pep by ull
Mixing success. Cheer. cheer for old Spalding High
Belles of Homecoming
Homecoming Queen, Pat Heyd
The exciting homecoming ceremonies took place
this year during the halftime of the Spalding-Springfield
game. Senior, Pat Heyd, was crowned homecoming
queen, as she and her court consisting of Iunior, Dobbs
Wiles, Sophomore, Mary Konvalinka, and Freshman,
Lolli Morrissey, were presented to the many Spalding
Following this the judges announced the results of
the float decorations with the Sophomores winning the
and loads of fun
17 Freshman Candidate. Lolli Morrissey
Iunior Candidate. Dobbs Wiles
'The Story of Christmas"
The Wise Men and the Shepherds came
This year the "Story of Christmasu was
magnificently presented by the Academy of
Our Lady Glee club. Under the direction of
Sister Mary Arthur and Sister Electa Marie the
inspiring Birth of Christ was enacted. The in-
cidents leading up to the birth of Christ, such
as the prophecies, and thc jealous hatred of
Herod, were portrayed in song. While the
angel choir sang the K'Gloria in Excelsisf' the
Shepherds and the Magi adored the New-Born
Child. A "snowy ballet was presented be-
tween acts which added variety to the Cantata.
The Cantata ended with the singing of "O
Come All Ye Faithful" by the entire cast. The
Christmas cantata was a great success because
it left the cast and the audience with the true
spirit of Christmas. A repeat performance of
the "Story of Christmas' was given at the
soon Christmas plays and preparations
And all the angels sang
To bring Christmas joy to others
The true spirit of Christmas was displayed
by the filling of 3 baskets to give to the Catho-
lic Charities for distribution to needy families
. . . . Advent wreath in the Academy
hall .... Girls in the clothing classes
put hurried finishing touches on their ward-
robes for activities of the Yuletide season.
Meantime delicious aromas of baking cookies
floated out of the Foods Lab as the senior cul-
inary experts measured, mixed and decorated
. . . . Spalding and the Academy pre-
sented Fred W8flUg,S "The Story of Christ-
mas." The second part of the concert, the
"Song of Christmas," was given by the Pales-
trina Choral Society.
put us in the holiday mood .
I made it myself.
Mom doesn't do it that way.
I Qhink !hat's Ihe answer.
Examinations! What Fun!
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then - exams and TB shots
This i.sn't laugh serum, it's n T.B. test shot. Think, boys. then write it down
followed by Retreat
This year at the Academy the annual Retreat
was separated into two parts. On the first two
days of the week the Freshman and Sopho-
more classes participated under the direction
of Father John Dietzen, while the Iunior and
Senior Classes had their retreat under Father
john Leies, S.lVl. The idea of separate retreats
proved to be quite successful. The Spalding
retreat was held April 4, 5, 6. The retreat
master, Father Hugh Calkins, held four con-
ferences a day. The retreat was one of the
best ever given at Spalding.
We really enjoyed the
Father Hugh Calkins.
Spalding Retreat Master
A Retreat is serious business
Father Dietzen brings Christ to the
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Queen of the Carnival, Pat O'Neill
and the Senior Carnival .
Are you sure it's only u dime?
With many hours of hard work, and
much help from the other students, the
seniors transformed the Academy Gym
into a fun-land of fantasy for the annual
Senior Class Carnival. Using the up-to-
date theme of TV programs, the girls
decorated the many booths with multiple
color schemes. Climaxing the evening,
and a month of friendly rivalry between
the classes, was the announcement of the
Iunior candidate as Carnival Queen.
" 'Hahn qaswva
Whufs fun? Cooking is!
Hey kids. this is easy
Whafs u Cumivul without food?
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Couch gets a lift utter winning the Sectional
ON TO CHAMPAIGN. For the first time ix
five years the Irish made it to the State. To mak-
it they beat some ol the best teams in the state
Central, Woodruff, Canton. Every tension-packe:
moment of these games supplied excitement for th
fans. There was a great time at S. I. the day befor
St. Patrick's Day as students of both schools gather
ed in the street for a gigantic pep rally. Camer
men from the TV studio were on hand to record th
event. After the team returned from the State the
were feted at a colossal banquet where Frank Fin
negan was named most improved player of the yea
the two co-captains Karpowicz and Coughlon r
ceived the principal's sportsmanship award.
the Irish were "Too-oo Tuff"
Gene rises lor ex shot
SECTIONAL CHAMPS. Victory sends
Sullivunmen to State
The Sweetsixteeners hii the road
and we went to the Sweet Sixteen
Cheerleaders whoop it up ui
on his way
DePdul's Ray Meyer guest
pep rally .
, Daily Mass-part of school day
early spring brought Lent,
Lent is a time of stepped-up spiritual
awareness at both schools. Most of the stu-
dents are seen at daily Mass and Communion
-and at all hours of the school day, boys and
girls are found in the chapel .... On
March l7, St. Patriclis Day, everyone takes
"time off" as las as Lenten resolutions are
concerned. Spalding and the Academy com-
bine talents and present an Irish Concert-
the Academy Freshmen gave their school El
l -and noon-hour Way oi the Cross
"It's a great day lor the Irish"
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Skip to my Loul
"Irish eyes are smiling" when Kathleen
is crowned by Prince Larry of Killarney
St. Patrick's Day and our Easter dance
real treat by presenting "Kathleen," their an-
nual St. Patrick's Day Operetta ....
Holy Week san' the Spalding boys making
their annual retreat ....
Easter Monday brought out enthusiastic
dancers for the CYC's annual "Bunny Hop"
in the Spalding Gym .... After Easter,
Academy juniors and Seniors traveled to
Washington and New York .... May
found Spalding Iuniors taking the same tour.
Do the "Bunny Hop" hop, hop, hop
Mary Lou Iones entertains Rochestefs house
guests with a lovely ballet. Accompanist. Carol
Iane welcomes her childhood
nurse, Bessie. Mrs. Fairfax, Adelle
and Nora enjoy the nxeeiing
the seniors presented lane Eyre ....
Rochester explains the possible enteriainment of a bona fide Gypsy
Dr. Carter examines Mason's iniury as lane Eyre, Lady Mary, Sir Lynn. Lady Blanche, Dowage Lady Ingram
Rochester. and Grace await his verdict and Dr. Carter
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Dr. Carter and Lady Blanche leave Lady Mary with Zita. Sir Lynn
resents Zita's exclusion of the men
JANE EYRE. n governess .......,.................,.......,,..,.. Barham Buckley
MRS. FAIRFAX, housekeeper of Thornficld Hull . Judy Wiltsc
ADELE VARENS, Roclu-ster's adopted child ,.., Dianne Wallbcclr
NORA. an Irish servant girl .... ,......,.,.,....... .... ..... ............... ...,. P n L H e yd
GRACE POOLE, a servant ................,..................,......,.... - .,.,.,. Pat Pio
BESSIE LEAVEN, Jnne's one-time nurse-maid ..,,........ Joan Hibser
BERTHA .........,,..............,..,.........,...,.........,..,.,......................., Donna Hurst,
DOWAGER LADY INGRAM ..............................................., Sue Cusack
LADY MARY, her daughter .,........
LADY BLANCHE, Mary's sister ,,....,...,..,....... ....... R obin Bartholomew
. ..........,,, Kilty Snninicl'
ZITA, an old Gypsy .....,,.......................,,,,............,,...,..., Karen Whalen
EDWARD ROCHESTER, master of Thnrnfielrl Hull ...,..,,,,,,
. ........................................,....,....,,...,....................... Phil .Kronenborg
DR. CARTER .... ,...,,,........,,.,,,........,,,......,.................,,.. .... ...... J 1 n 1 Milchnn
SIR WILFRED LYNN, in love with Blanche ...... ....,. R ick Grimlvr
RICHARD MASON ........,.,....,.....,......,.,............,...,............ Jim Mnslerson
MR. JOHN RIVERS ,,..,.....,... .................................................... J ack Znng
Directed by Sister Elccla Mario
One of the highest ,
honors that can come i
to a Senior student is to
be chosen Academy
Girl. This year the honor was bestowed on Peggy
Brophy. chosen by the seniors because of her co-
operation and willingness to help others. Her friend-
ly ways, her leadership, her sportsmanship, and her
religious and moral character have indeed merited for
her the honor of Our Academy Girl.
Barbara Buckley. May Queen
Peggy Brophy. Acddemy Girl
A child of Mary indeed is Barbara Buckley, our May
Queen. As prefect of the Sodality, she has the privi-
lege of crowning Our Lady on May Day. Barb has
been an active Sodalist for four years and has sup-
ported the projects of the So-
dality to the best of her
ability. Her leadership and
good character are also re-
Hected in her membership
in the National Honor So-
to the two highest members
of each senior class
The Valedictorian and Salutatorian for Spalding are
Richard Grimler and Iohn O'Neill, respectively. These
boys, aside from their scholastic achievements, find time
to participate in various school activities. Rick Grimler
is treasurer of the senior class and also held the office in
his junior year. He is a member of the Student Council
and the National Honor Society, Sports Editor of the
"Institute" and Business Manager of the "Summa" Iohn
O'Neill is a very active member of the Science Club and
also is enrolled in the National Honor Society. Spalding
is very proud of these young men.
Marilyn Gibbons, Valedictox-ian, cmd
Marilyn Buchler. Sulutatorian
Richard Grimler, Vuledictorian. and
Iohn O'Neill, Salututoriun
The highest scholastic honor attainable by any student
of the Academy of Our Lady, that of Valedictorian, was
achieved by Marilyn Gibbons. Marilyn also found time
to serve as vice-prefect of the Sodality, play in the Band
and participate in speech meets. The second highest
award, the Salutatorian, was obtained by Marilyn Bach-
ler. Besides the hard and serious work necessary for this,
Marilyn was also managing editor of the Compact, Stu-
dent Council representative, and participated in many
speech and musical activities. The class of '55 is justly
proud of their class leaders.
'1 he qualifications necessary for admission to the Nation-
al Honor Society- Character, Scholarship, Service,
Leadership - are symbolized on the pins which the
members receive. This year eighteen girls were elected
to the Academy branch which was begun in 1943. The
Spalding unit initiated new members at a banquet April
3, for the inductees, their pastors, and parents. The
money for this dinner, as well as the two hundred and
nity dollars which the organization gave to the chapel
fund, was earned by the members themselves by ushering
for the wrestling matches and the parochial league bas-
Left to right, hack row: Audrey Bride. Fern Znborac, Nancy Genzel Marilyn Baehler Betss Pcplou Front nm Marilyn
Gibbons, Roxanne Conlc. Gail Geisler, Jane! While, Bernadine Re-:sing Joann Urbanc Ming Walsh Judy Wlltse Barbara
Buckley, Robin Bartholomew, Cece Beckfeld, Pnl Girdzus. Missing Diane Wallbcck
The qualification for an honor student at Spalding
is that the boy attain an "A" average for his semes-
ter grade. These students contribute greatly to the
atmosphere in the class room. By bestowing this re-
ward for scholastic endeavor we wish to stimulate a
sincere effort on the part of the student to work and
study more intently. The senior class which is the
smallest class in the school, is greatly pleased to
see that they have the highest percentage of honor
students. This might be partly due to the fact that
most of the seniors realize the necessity of a good
education to help them in further study or work.
We hope the remaining classes will follow their ex-
Seniors, seated, left to right: Bob Wombacher, Phil Kronen-
berg, Joe Miller, John O'Neill, Warren Holey, Jack Kocher.
Standing, left to right: Jim Masterson, Jim Molchan, Riclc
to the highest scholastically
Iuniors, standing, left to right: Ted Peplow, John Szentes, Sophomores, seated, left to right: James Sehupp, LaRoy Mar
Mike Davis, Frank Pnlladini, Tony Snluto
liere, Joe Halbrock, Leonard De Lozier, Mauro Dr-ntino.
Zant, Gerald Janovelz
Freshmen. Seated, left to right: Maris Iln
er, Robert Pfeifer, Charles Lewis Berne
At the end of the first semester of each school
year, the ten students in each class who have main-
tained the highest averages are determined. Because
of the stiff competition, a real scholastic -ability is
needed to maintain an average high enough to be one
ol' thc top ten.
Besides having a high scholastic rating. these
students are also very active in extra-curricular activi-
ties, such as the Student Council, Sodality, Mission
Club and G.A.A. Certainly they deserve the honors
that are bestowed on them, for they are a credit to
their class, their school, and their church.
With this thought in mind we congratulate the
Honor Students of 1955.
niors. left to right: standing, Barb Buckley and Cece Beckfelcl
ated, front row: Pat Girdzus and Robin Bartholomew
cond row: Marilyn Gibbons, Marilyn Bachler, Diane Wallbcck
ird row: Bt-nsy Peplow, Joanne Urbanc, Audrey Bride
in each class
Iuniors, first row. left to right: Mary McAllister, Nancy Cava- Sophomores. first row, left to right: Joanne O'Russa, Elaine
mlllgh Dammann, Audrey Mengcs
Second row: Janet Ohlemiller, Catherine Donahue, Mary Jane Second row: Audrey Cleary, Margeruite Cleas, Betty Jane Code,
Tedford, Judy Springston Rosalie Cicciarelli.
Third row: Cece Ksycki, Peggy Gunthncr, Karen Myers, Rose- Third row: Carol Langcnburg. Judy Hadank, Joanne Meyer
Freshmen. kneeling, left to right: Ann Bau-
mann, Beverly Dclioche, Jean Hoffcr
Sitting. left to right: Helen Peters, Joan Mit-
chell, Margaret Hughes, Lynn Mackoway, Pat
Cramer, Kay Morrissey
Kneeling, left to right: Chcryl Potter, Pat Mur-
' A 'Q , s s
'i te J i
Selected because of their abilities and all-around partici-
pation in the life of the school, Gene Coughlon of Spal-
ding and Barbara Buckley of the Academy received the
award given by the D.A.R. to the outstanding student of
each school in the Peoria area. Both are members of the
National Honor Society. Gene is president of his class,
star basketball player and winner of a sportsmanship
award. Barbara is prefect of the Sodalily and active in
speech and athletics. Donna Laurie, was Academy win-
ner ol the Betty Crocker examination sponsored in the
high schools of the nation by General Foods, Inc., to dis-
cover the Future Homemakers of America.
Donna Laurie. The AOL's Future
Gene Coughlon is congratulated
by Father Williams
Barbara Buckley. winner of DJLH. award
r We are proud of our fellow-students who have
achieved distinction in a variety of fields-
speech, art, writing-.They have brought dis-
tinction to themselves and to their school.
Te Deum speakers from the Academy-Pat
Girdxus. standing: Cece Beckteld and Audrey
Iohn 0'Neill. winner of essay on
Dan Stull, Register Essay Winner "Juvenile Delinquency"
of outstanding achievement
Mary lane Tedford. second place in
"I Speak for Democracy" and in Am- Donna Hurst and Doris Schmitt. hon-
erican Legion Speech Contest. orahle mention for Register es:a:y.
Michael Pence and Marguerite Claes. winners
in senior division ot poster contest. show their
work to Gordon Cundiff, junior divilion winner.
Participants in Diocesan Speech Festival:
back row, Ianet Ohlemiller. Roseanne Cushf
ing, Karen Myers: second row. Barbara Liv-
engood. Delores Matranga. Pat Haley: first
row, Mary lane Tedtord, Kitty Sommer.
My, our girls are uthleticl
Not a worry in the world
Graduation is near when you get measured for cup and gown
May brought the last
events oi cr year which
Mcmfs Day is when she is crowned as our Queen
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REV. CHARLES R. WILLIAMS, C.S.V., Ph.D
Superior. Principal, Athletic Director
REV. IOSEPH H. SUM, C.S.V.. M.A.
Assistant Principal rmcl Assistant Superior
Dean of Discipline and Studies
REV. PHILIP M. CLIFFORD, C.S.V., M.A.
Treasurer, Bookkeeping, Religion
Brother Robert Schoiimcm. Brother Daniel Merabelli. Sister M. Estelle, O.S.B., Sister M. Geraldine, 0.S.B., Mr. Donald Sullivan. M.lL
C.S.V.. D.V.M.. M.S. C.S.V.. A.B. M. Ed, 3- Ed, Head Baskgtballv
Biology History, Religion Typing, B.A.L.S. Librarian Track Coach
Health Kr Hygiene, Business Mathematics
Mr. Edward Uranlch. B.A. Mr. Theodore Trapp. B.A. Miss Mary Ann Brennan
Physical Education, Band Director Secretary
I-lend Football Coach
to guide us
Maintenance-Bill and Junior
Cooks-Mrs. Cappitelli, Mrs. Munock
i 7 Y SISTER MARY LUc1LLA,c.s.1.
Principal, French. Sodnlily Moderator
with patience and understanding
Rev. Charles Fogarty
Rev. William Gray Rev. Robert C. Livingston Rev. Cyril Schlarman
Sister Mary Arthur. C.S.l. Sister Clare Edmond. C.S.I. Sister Mary Clarita. C.S.I. Sister Mary Cletus. C.SJ. Sister Mary Dominic. C.!
Religion, Music, Glee Club Religion, Biology, Summa Religion, Mathematics Religion, Biology, Social Religion, Mathematics
Adviser Studies, C.S.M.C. Programs
Sister Mary Marcia. C.S.I. Sister Mary Olivia, C.S.l'. Sister Rita Catherine. C.S.I. Sister Mary Robert. C.S.I. Sister Rose Philiapine. C.E
Religion, English, Librarian English, Spanish Religion, Latin, French English Study Halls
Sister Mary Urbana, C.S.I. Sister Ursula Marie. C.S.I. Sister Mary Valeria, C.S.I. Mrs. Iohn Cychol Mrs. Rita Grawey
Religion, Business, Registrar, Religion, English, Art, Religion, Science, Social Studies Clothing
Compact Business Adviser Compact Editorial Adviser Mathematics
I toward mental
Sisier Mary Doreltu C SI Sisier Eleciu Marie, C.S.I. Sister Helen Irene. C.S.I. Sister Joseph Mane. C SI Sister Mary Iulia C S I
Cafeteria Religion English, Speech, Religion, Latin Religion, Family Llvmg Religion Business CSMC
Student Council Morlerzitor Red Cross Moderator Modemtor
and spiritual maturity.
Sister M. Lucilla is shown receiving from student court
eil officers, lilies and El spiritual bouquet, the gift of the stu
dents to the Sisters for the Feast of St. Ioseph, March 19.
SK. Murkl Basketball '52
"He who has llved qlllelly and
obscure-ly, has llved well."
ARMES. NANCY IEAN
sz. comm, Hmmm' non 135: sn-
muny '55, Blnnugy 'sm spamsh '54,
'55: Lalln '53: Speech '54: Chem-
lslry '55: Swlmmlng '54, '551 VA-
rlcty Show '54: Compact '52: Slam!!
ggmmlttee '55s Sollhommre Stunt
-'Laugh and me worm laughs
Sl. Mark: Honor Rnll lil: Class
Treas. 'Sill Vive-Pres. '53: Vhtc-
Pres, '5-I: lnlramurnls '52, '53, '5-13
Football '52. '53, '54, '5x3g Bllschull
"Bravery ncvcr goes out uf Insh-
Martha Da-vis. senior class president. outlines plans for their can-rival with Laur-
ice Ioseph. treasurer: Mary Poppen, secretary: Iudy Willse, vice-president.
SL Bornlllili Honor Roll ITV: Sal-
llhllolianl Nallonal Honor S0t'l0!y:
S!udCn! Coundl '52, '55: Biology
'53: Speech Club '5-1: Speech Con-
lesls '53,'5-1: Cht-mlslry '55: Btvwl-
lng Til: Swlmlmng '5-1. '55: Com-
pact Mannglng Edllnr '55: Soph-
omore Sluni Show.
"I-'ull of fun and knuwlL'dl!0, lou."
sm. Mm-y, Klckapcc: Blnlogy '
An. 'am 'sm Swlmmlng '
varxely Show -54.
-'carefree and sumlrmungx'
'-Benner me umn new-."
sl. Mary: Hunor Roll mg
tlunal Honur Soclcty: Stuck-nlCu
ml wee-Pres, '55: mee cum
nmlugy 'rm Lalln Club Pres. '
Speech 'sac G,A.A. 'sm Valley'
'xxp vum-my shew '53, '54, sw.
hearts 'sez Summa cuvndu
Suez-eh Conn-sus '54: sr
shnw 'am Summa Hummer.
"Hn-r ulm ls not to keep up
Sl. Mary: Hnnur llull 1711 Nil' Sl. Mark: Intramurals '52,
tional Honor Soclvlyl Inlrllmuraxns '54, '55: Science Club '55,
'551 Science Cluh '55.
"XVII and Wlsdom GEC horn v
'-Tlmughv. ls deeper than ull 11 man,"
In rupsule form."
VEE ELLEN BARTH. FRED BARTHOLOMEW. ROBIN
. 'mz sm. Mark, sm. sm-nnrn, Hmm non lm: Igg-
'5-4,L.,1. tlnnzxl mmf sm-new soamny um:
volwvmun "A man of POIWI 'mfnlnfl A-Hd swam comm: wx: G11-e cum 'F-2,
54: Gym., 1nmmleduwu4m." -5, mi m,,,,,,,y -531 gpm-1,
BERNARD BERRY, SHEILA
ls snueter than speech."
Pvkln: Honor Roll
51 lnlruumrllls '32,
Sl. Phllomenn: Red Crnss Rell.
'5-I3 Blolhgy '543 SllBl1lSh '54, '55:
Lnlln '53: Speech '55: Chemlstfb'
'55: Vurlety Show '53.
"Simplicity wllh nn elfln much."
Fvsllvnl '5-I: I-'ranch Club '552
llnmctnmlnpl Allvndllnl T121 Vi1l'll'l3'
Shun' '52, '53, '54, 'SSI Swccl-
llvnrls '52C Sllmmll Bmvslcr.
"The nhgvls llslen while slu'
Sl. Thumns: Honor Rull X311 LM-
'55: Rowllhl 'iii Adverllslng Man-
lwr MR Cumlmcl '55: Slllnl Shnw
'Sli Summa Bnuslvr.
cum '52, 'mg Vullcyball 'r-4.
"r-'mn-ily. su-L-nm. and nm-nys
Sl. Bcrnnrd: Hnnor Roll l4lI M15-
slnn Svc. '54: Mlsslon Vlce-Pres.
'551 Sndullly '53, 'FAI Sndallty Rep.
'55: Glve Club '53, '5-ll Sliknlsh
Vice-Pres. '54: Spnnlsh Pres.
Lulln Trcus. '53: G.A.A. '54, 'Sui
Prom Mnld at Honor 234: Varlciy
Show 'SL '54.
"Known and loved by all."
Sl. John: Future Nurses '53: Vul-
xl-yhall '52, Stamp Commllteu
"A graccfull slnccrlly dwells In
n mcrry heart,"
Sl. lllxlry. Nvlnmurn: Hnnol' Roll
Nil! Nllllnmll Hnnm' Slwlrly: Sn-
dnllly 'FSL '31, '35: Red Cross Scr-
Trvlls. '533 C100 Club '53, '54, '55i
Llbrary '52, '53, '54. 35: Llllln
'53, 'SL '52 Spccrh Fcsllvnl 'IMI
G.A.A. '52, 'KL 54: Vnrlclb' Show
'FEL 'fl-l: Slllmp Cnmlnlllvv '51
"Raven hall' nnd Ilnshlhil L'5'I:S."
St. Thomas: Intramurals '55: Sq-
unce Cluh '55: Sndnllty '54, nu.
Clwerlumlicr '5-11 Chapel Crow '55.
"'l'hC mlltlcsl manner Will! lllv
oi the Academy
u - K s.
Q52 K. fl.
M.-ann. F " ' ,'
Sl. Plllrlrk: I-Tllurv NUYSES 'SHI
Rlulngy '53: G.A.A. '55: Chcmlsiry
'RSI Vllrlfly Show 'FHL '5-I: llrllllilr-
vllc 'SL '54, '55I Cllrnlvlll C0111-
mlllev 'SSI Summa Bnuslvr.
"Hur smile ls lwr rl:f0rQncc."
Sl. Bunlfacel Honor Roll
slltule '55: Varlcly Show
Glee Club '52, 'N, '5-I. '5: Sblence
Club '55: Sodallty '55.
"He also serves who lm
'W 2' "ag
Sl. Pntrlfk: Mlsslnrl Rv!! '55: Fu-
lure- Nurses '53, 'Mi Blnlolll' 'Kit
G.A.A. '5-3: Chcmlslli' '52 V0llL'l"
bnll 'mi Vnrlely Show '53, '54l:
Mlljul'L'llL' '53. '54, '55: Slunl Slum'
'53I Summa Btmslvr.
"SmlllnH lrlsh Eyrsf'
sn. Joseph. In-km: Honor nun :su
Nmxnm-1 H.-nur snfnvxy: Sndallly
'52, '54, 'sm sw. nr sndnlm'
Prch-rl nr sumnm' 'sap Glue
club 'fry 'sag menu. cum '54,
'am c.A.A. 'W Vnrluly snuw
'sn srm-mm-urls 'sea Bradley
sum-fn c.-mm 'xr '54, 'saz All
Amv.-rmm Reumy Queen 'mg DAR
"rr-ssl-mn.: mr- pulse and grace
nr ar queen."
BURNS. LAURENCE D.
"wh-r wr-11 llves. nvvs long."
Culhedral: lnlrllmurllls '55: Ar!
Club '553 Slagl! Crvw '55.
"LIlllC lhlngs nrv grmll ln llllle
"Ohl the problems of the senior prom." lim Masterson, vice-president:
Rick Grimler, secretary-treasurer: Gene Coughlan. president.
, . f,,..,
Sacred Hr-urn: Glvv
lure Nurses 'gn
Latin '52: spur-an
Variety snnw 'xxz suylo
"Nm too sub.-r. mm nm
Sl. Bernard: Hunul' Roll IT!!
P11155 FITS. '52, '5-I: Cu-I-lllllur
Summa: lnslilulvt Slufl '52, '53, '5-1:
Vurllbly Slmw '53, '5-li Punllflvall
Fruw '52, '53, '54, '55, Glu' Clull
T122 Prvs. Nullunxll llunux' Surlvly:
PTUS. Sludenl Counrll '55Z lnlrll-
murals '53, 'ml Srlvnrv Clull '55Z
"A mlm lo lhu cull. ll I1l:lh nl
DAY, CAROLE JEAN
sn. mm: rm. .fr Mlsslnns 'asa
"llc wurv lllS lll!hIl5'."
mlm.-n mp. '54: Arm Tmrs. 'azz cnrc
GAA 's2. '53, 'S-4. 'sm cm-mmry H N 1
'mp vnrlr-xy Show '54: rn-S. sm- 'UW DUNN FUN-
Dhvl' Club 'NI Prom Cnmmlllvv '5-L
"Eh0l'gY Slrvnglhvnvd by j0lllly."
Bernard: Glue Clull
55: Future Nurses '5:l:
'T-ll Sfticnrv Club Cllcmislry '55: Stiplmmurc Stunt '53Z Spanish Club TIEHS. '5-1: VB-
gny and nfllvcf'
Conn, DONNA cons, ROXANA co1.aAN, IAYNE coax KATHLEEN
Sl. nrrnal-al llunnr Roll uv, lvlls- sl. Philomcna: l-lllrmr lzoll wal, sl. lllnl-lr: Hllrmr Roll ul: sn- el lxlrlrk Fulurl Nurwex vw .fl
sum -rms. 'mr Glue Club 's-ll Nnllunnl llmlor Society: Glu- Club dl1llly'52, '54, Glen clull -sl. ll sr Chemlslrx ,4 sl,,,,,Sl,,,,,
'55, Biology 'sag splmlsh '54,
t5i1L gilrluly Si:1nu'S':53i Shaw: Slyle Shnw '54. Ptly Show '53: Sophomore Slum. Spevllh '551 GAA '54, '55, Varldy T U ki
.' V v 'r 3 -A . -r rr lm Ll sunn as
5, r mu 1 lm quam of gold and persunumy s mr snuu Qs, ml. ll y le 5 es
plus." "she works qulelly, llul wall." --sllr muglls-lrll nf nur mls ll
PHILLIP CRILLY, HOSEANN
Sl. Bernard: Future Nurses '52, Sl. Bernard: Glen Club 'SL '54,
'53, '54, '552 Ar! '53, '54, Chem- '553 Future Nurses '52, '53, Blnlugy
Istry 'air Stunt Show '53. '53, Junior Pmm Attendant '54:
N ,, Stunt Show '53: Bradley spevrll
Graff in "'0""W """'s- Comes: 'an slyle show '54.
immortal-I know ll?
" "Charming ways, n winnlllg
smllc, and lnls or style."
DAVIS. MARTHA LOU
SL Thomas: Misilnn RED- '53I
Glen Club '53, '54, '552 GAA '51
'53, '54, '55, Class Ptles, 'SFU Buwl.
lng waz. '55, varlrly Show '53, '54,
cnmpllel Business Manager 'sm
sump cnmmlnur '51 '54, cur-
nlvul Committee 'M: Style Slum-
'KZL '54: Fltml Cummlllct '5-I, T51
Prom Cnmmlllco '54,
"She is lhe most Ilelplul in ull
' "l.mlllly npunll-." - "': W" W "" " "'
Ir. cllevmlel nlmsrlr, "They ure truly gn-,ll who lm- 53' 94' S"df""f 'A
truly gmac' --nlllrenre ls lm- mmm- or lznml
look over the last year
Sl. Tlwmnsi Red Cross '55
Fllluru Nulslrs '52, '53. '5-fl. '53
Lulln 'Fill Chvmlslry 55: Bowl
'-smnu pam-1 ur gum: nu-
: SL Mark: Sodallly 'm: Blolugy
I '53: Lnlln '52: Speech '55: Class
- Olllcvr 'MII G.A.A. '52, '54. 55:
Varlely Show 'Mi Compact '55.
"Her humur bubbles llkn R faun-
FAIRFIELD. RICHARD FAULKNER, DONALD FISCHER, IOYCE
sa. Thomas: Insmum vu- sz. Thomas: Intramurals '52, '5a.
rlety Show '5-4: Glu- Club '52. '541 I-'omhnll '54, '55.
wa: Science cum '55: An Club 253: U
Red Cross -54: swam, -53' -55, 'rue muscles of his hnxwny arms
Cheerleading .51 .FBI .MA nre strong us lron bands."
"Full or lun ln Irlcndly ways." "Snmellmes
Preparing for a secretary's job
FRI-SY, MARY FUSSNER. DONALD
also cum 'san Fumun- Nursvs sz. Phllumena: Glct Club
'am 'ma Biology 's4: Speech 'su Art Club '52, 'am
Chemlslry '55Z Vxlrlvly Shnw 'XL
"LGI ull lhlngs bl' dnnc
"As nice u girl als one could Cvnlly und In order."
ml'l'!. ' '
GIBSON S. MARILYN
Sl. Jklhhi Hunnr Hull VU: Nllllnmll
Hnnnr Sublclyi V1ll0dlClnl1nn: Smlul-
My '52, '53, 55: Sorlnllly VIN'
Pres. 'MQ Rvd Cross '5'2: Biology
53: Lalln '52, '53, '54: Speech Fes-
llVnl '13-1: Bllsklrllltlll '5'.Z: VI-lrlcly
Show '53, '3-I: Band '53, '54,
"Fur her, gaxlely und gcnlus sprll
"Br0Vlly is U12 SULII of
LANAGAN, MARGARET POSTER, HERBERT
sm. Cectlln: ammgymgsperrn su. Boniface: Honor nun mg nn-
41 Chemistry 'sa stllule 'ssz Intramurals 'sz
'-new-t-ern and qnxr-1 ls snr." '-smnny ls n dreary lhlng."
st. Mnrk: Student Council '51,
'55: student Cuuncll sec. '5s: Glen
Club '53, 'ssz Future Nurses
'szg sm1ogy'5a: Lnlln '52, 'ma
G.A.A. '52, '54: vnrlety Show 's3.
'54: Sweethearts '51
--ur-r nnnnn ls runtngmus, nrr rr-
FRANKEN. IOSEPH PRASCO PATRICIA
St. Jnscpll: Glee Club '52: lnlra- Sl Marg Glen' Club xl F
umrals '52, '53, '54, TQ: Basketball turn Nurscw I 2
n2, .1-1, nn. Bowllng 03, 54. A hem! with room mr nu,
"The world knows nutlllhg ul' lls In
ln llmlvs. ln judg-
Sl. Cedllhl Sudllllly '52, '53. '55:
Llllln '52, '531 Bowling '55Z Vnrlclb'
Show '53, 54: Sclvnre Club '5-1:
B-und '53. '54, 'Sai Arfordltvn Bimd
'53, 'S-L '55.
"MUSIC IS lwr destiny,"
se. aan-nr-1. cnunrnme: Hrrnur
nun wr Natlonnl Honor society:
Student Council 'sm Glec Club '51,
'su nlnnnry 'sag Lnun '52, 'an
speurn -54: vnrmy show -xi, sa:
Sweethearts 'sap Cnmmwt 'm, 'sm
Speuch r-'eruvm '53, '54,
"G00dnl'ss ls hor Dllsswurdf'
sz, Pnllurnenag Honor neu mst:
Nallunnl Honor society: Mission
nap. '54s Glee Club '53, '54, 'rm
Biology 'sag Laun '52, 'saz Volley-
bn11'54: vnrnemy snnn- '51, '5rI:
Sweethearts '52: Stump Committee
'aw spur-ru Pram-nl '53, '54,
"Pun, ltumtlr, und Vllullly,"
conquers dllllculllcs DY
Sl. Bonll'2lC0: Future Nurses '557
Lniln '5fZ: Speech '54: Varlely Show
'55: Stump Cnmmlllcc '52: Summa
-'spanning eyes wnn mischief
St, Maury: Glec Club 'SSL Llhrury
'sz. '53, '54, 'sm G,A.A. '53, 'sw
Cnmpnct 'sau sznrnp Committee 'sm
"Y0llrnl!ll! for knowledge."
the pleasant thoughts
inure! Hunrtz Blololly '5!l: Spvcuh
--nanny cnt-L-ks. an-nnknng 4-yrs."
Sl. Philumcna: Valcdiclnrlan:
Hnnur Roll 171: Class Treas.
'54, Clllss SGC.-Tleas. '55: Sum-
ma Buslncss Munnrwr '55: In'
slllulu '54, '55: Nnlinnnl Hunnl'
Society RS: Sludcnl Counrll
Suclvlury Inlrnmurnls '53,
'54, 'NL Slagc Crew '54, Sn-
"HIS build Is rnudy and wlll-
Gnrlvllvl. MARY l
St. Cecilia, Honor Roll MH Glu'
Club '54, '55: Biology '533 Latin 'FII
Chcmlstry -557 Volleyball '54, vll-
rleiy Show '53J Sweethearts '52:
Summa Bollsler '55: Summll '55,
"Charming ways. a wlnnlng
St. Bernard: Hnnnr Roll 4153 ln-
slllllfb '53. '54, 'HSI Inslilute Busl-
DOSS Mnnllgcr '53, '54, T152 Glvu
Club '52, '53: Camvrn Club '52: S0-
dzlllly '54, '55, Sodnllty VlCc-l"l'v-
IDN. '55: Vocallon Club '55,
"The great und in llfe IS nn!
knowledge but action,"
Sl. Mark: lnlrnrnurnls '52, '56,
'54, '55: Fonlbull '52, '53, '54, '55I
Hllsclmll '52, '53, '54, '55,
"HIS Dnumlus shall llck lhc dusl."
Sl. Thomas: Honor Roll 13
Summn '55: Vurlvly Show 'E
Glcle Club '52, '53, '54, '557 N
lllmnl llnnor Sociely: lnlrelml
als '55, Sclencc Clulz '55: E
"l-lc well knows when
slwnk und when to be sllcnl
Drawing their plans for the future
Sl. Bernard: Glei' Club '52, '53,
Intramurals '52, 'HL '5-l. 'NSC Bus-
knlball '52, Bowling '52, ' 53,
'55L Goll '52, '53, '5-I: Rell Crnss
"Every mlln lo llls luslu."
Sl. Monlcal: Glue Club 'E
'54: Cnfclerla Worker 'E
'53, '54, '55: Sludcnt Managl
"lfle's u worker, nu! lx dren
sl. l-llllllmemll l-Umlllclll cl-ew sl. 'rlmmllsp camel-ll clull ':
'sz '53, '54, 'sm lnlrnmurnls '52, ful: cllrml-lll '52, ll
'B' --A llglll ll.-nl-l llvcs lung."
'lnlwllys llllsy mlndlng llls own
AGEMANN. MARY IOYCE
Sl. Bnnllnrv: Honor Roll 1252
lvl: Clulm '5.'l: Blology '5-l: Ll-
nry 'Ffh Lfllln '531 Vnrlvly
mw "SH: Sumllul '55: Courtesy
lrl 52: Sululhu Bnnslftr.
"SWeul und Snfl Sldnkvh-"
Sl. Palrlck: Sudlllllb' 'MZ Glvu
Clull '53, Fulllrc Nurses '52. 'Jill
Blnloky 'Hit Llbrllry '5-li Llllln '5-il
Specvh '55: Clmnulstrl' '55: Svnldimt
mmm Queen 'sn vollsymnl 'sm
Swlmmlng 54: Yurlcly Show
'3-I: Slump Cnmmlltco '53. '5-I:
Chncrlvudcr '52, '53, 'SEI Prom
"Full lvl' llfe, lull of wil."
sl. Edward. cmlncmhe: Hnnur
Rnll 121: Fulurc Nurses 'Ku
rsmlngy 'mg G.A.A, '54, Volley-
ball '54, '55: Summn Hooslvr.
"She lx uvurynnvfs l'rlrnd."
Sl. Mark: Glvlr Club '54, 'SSI Fu-
ture Nursvs '52: Biology '33: Span-
lih '5-I. '55: Spanish VIN'-Prvs. '55:
Lalln 'fill Slivurll '54I G.A.A. 'SBI
Chvmlslry '52 Vurluly Slmw '51
-'Laws .ms mg mm-m--mm-,,unu."
Panrlvk: Glcc Club '5:x.
65: xml-my 'Kaz Lulln '52,
vnllvvlmll "4 '
D 1 x mm,-
s makes nm- mess.
mm-sz nm cr-,ss 'sm nl-
Vlm: spm-sh 's-1: spanish
nf g-ml and pu:-smmx.
sn, Bernard: Hfmm- non mp owe
Club 'ssq 1-'mum Nurses
'mg nlmuszx mlm 253: Variety
sh-,w '5-1: Summer '55: Summn
mnwm-s mlm-r tu mnku mm-
iff-4 . 4 f -
on 'I rl and xi
vnvrul Sdenve JI.
Sl. Burhllrdl Llllln '53: Vnrlvly
Sh ' Tn., 'T : B 'T', '54, '55l
"l'vrsunullly cm-lrrlcd by laugh-
KCF. ' '
Sl. Bernard: Sudnllly '54, 'fbi
Blnlugy 'film Speech '54: Stump
Cnmmlllee '52, '55.
"A smlll' Im' One llnd ull,"
Sl. Bvrnardi Sndnllly '52, '55:
Glee Cluh '53, '54, '55l Fulurl'
- ---f lg, mum
Nul'S0:s J... 53. Bllblv ' . ,
PTOS. TN: Class S00. '5-1: Homecom-
lng Queen '553 G.A.A.
Vnrlely Slmw '54,
'52, '54, '53C
'52: Summa '55: Stump Commlllcv
'5'.Z: Clmurleader '52,
Prom Cummlllcc '5-li
'53, '54, 'SBI
"WhurvX'cr shx' ls. fun is burn."
Sl. Cvrlllui Hunur
Club 'KL '54,
'52, '53: lilnlngf '53: Lulin '527
Chcmlslry '55 Vollnylmll '5-IC Vn-
rlely Show '53, '5-II
Roll 1-U: Glun'
-'us-mg qulvt x,,,l-Qs nw.-."
sf. Phllnmenn: ns-u cmss nw:
lure Nurses -sz, 'sm Hmmm- vam-
Pres. 'rsnm-neu 'mp G.A.A. '5:x,
'am Chemistry '55, w,11eyu,s11 'ssz
Summa '55, Varlely slmw fm
Hnmlml and 1,0 mmsry, man,-
mmqs hut mms."
HANLON, MARY ELLEN
ss. mm-y. Klcknpuu: An 'szxg
Vullvyhall '52: Variety Show
'NL '51, Bllllll '53, '54, '55.
"A Rlrl wllh n smllc ln lwr
sm. Mury: llnnor mm me
llllsslon Rep. '53, 'Sill lllulugy
T532 l-Allln 'SKI Swlmmlnll '55:
Summa '55: Summa Bn0s1Cr.
"Thr spark ui lift ls In her."
sn. Mark: varmy show '54
lnlrumurflls '52, '53, '5'l: l"u:xl4
"Hide und watch."
sm. Bnnxmec: Mlsslun
RGD- 'rm . : 1--
Blnlngy '54: Speech '55: Volleyball '54, '557 Football '52, '53: Smile
HOULIHAN, ROBERT HUBER. I. CARROLL
Sl. Ccdlln: Hnnnr Roll 1255: lnsll-
lule '54, Glen: Club '52: lnlm-
murals '53, '54. '533 Buskvllmll 'Bill
Huselmll '5'2. '53. '54, 'm.
Sl Pllllumvnu Inlrllnulrnls 'T'
-'Thou nz li an er than all '-can wc have tau much or A
n . - -P
Three o clock rush
--For we who llvc to pmlsv mum
pk-use ln nw."
Sl. Thomas: Glow Club '53, 'SM
Rlnlugy '53: Arl '521 Lnlln '53, 'B-IC
u.A.,x, 54: Chumlslry fn: v.-nwyl
mm '52, 'sm '54.
'-smnferny mms my sucmss-
l KOMARIANSKI. XRENE
Sl, John: Librurinn 'RL '5ll. 'Km
Cllurllfsy Girl '52,
"ln her munnnr thorn: ls rlmrlnl'
"Her charms are sue
sm. Bel-mml: Gm
55: Future Nurses
ology 'in Lnun 68:
cnnsums Qucen 'xxz
'54g xmm-my shm-
gwmnenrls 'sez Summa
sz. Mary: lllulngy 'rin 1.1-
'nry 'xxg Lalln '31, spel-on
4, Swfulhonrls '52,
U10 lvss ll l"llXlh."
I um A Pinus man,
IONES. MARY LOU
sl. mx-ry: smnuxu- 'sm nm Cruss
'523 BIOIURY '53Z Llllln '52, '5ll:
sp,-,ch 54: Hum.-Q,-mms Amend-
nnv, '54, vmeu- Shun' '54,
"1n1-Hermann uf pulse and mn,
Sl, .lusvphi Sudulllb' '54, '553 Slu-
Alunl Cnuncll Pres. '53: RMI Cross
RDP. '5-li Spflnlsh '54, '55: Varlclb'
Slmw, '5-I3 Bund '52, '53, '54, 'Ei
Elslmp Llllls Hlgh. Kansas Clly,
Mn., '52, '53,
--sm-yllwing wun ll vnu,-ku-."
St, Joseph: Mission Rcp, '52: So-
dallly '52, '53, '54- '5?1: Slurlvnl
Councll '53, '5-1. '55I Glee Club '53,
'54, '55: Blnluily '53C Lfllln '531
Class Trfuzr. '52 Vnllbyllull '5-ll Vu-
rlely Show '53, 'fill Slllmp Ctlmmll-
lee '52, 'KL
"A pcrsunlllllb' surpassed hy
su. ml-r, Hn:-or nun 121, unsu-
Sl. Phllomenn Honor Roll
lull' '557 Football '52, '53, '55: KU.
Bnskclhnll '52, '53, 'S-1, '55: Ruse-
lulll '52, '53, '5-l, '55,
"Tull In Sllllurv, wllh grunl ulyll-
Sl. Thlvmllsl Hllnhl' Roll 1152 Val-
rlrly Shim' '53, '5-I: Glec Club '52I
lnlrnmuruls '5L!. '53, '54: Football
'52: Slagc' Crew '52, '53, '54: Bowl-
ing '53, 'sl
-'vmmmm he Is and luv,-S no Juke
n.-mly ls laughing."
Sl., Mark: Honor Rnll 1-ll!
ny '52, wa. '54, sludvm Cuuncn
'52: Gluck' Clull '53, '5-33 '553 Hlulogy
'533 Llllln 'Sit G,A.A. 'illz Chem-
lslry '52 Swlrnmlng '53, 'B-l: Va-
rlety Shnw '53, '54, Compact
"SmlllnE fare, laulhlml l'5'L's."
they have had
Sl. Thornnsi Hunan' Roll 163: Sum-
ma '55: lnSl.llUl,0 Cuvvdllur '53, '54,
'55: Vnrlcty Show '5-I: Glen Clull
'Hi Nnllunlll Honor Society '55:
Vin: Prvsltlfnl Sludvhl Council '52
Cnmuru Cluh '52: lrvnsurer. '53, '54,
'35, l"!'0SldMll. Svlvnco Club 'Ml
Rvd Cross '32, '53, '5-l. 'SSZ Sodallly
'5-I: Chrlslmns Play '54,
"He hull! glllnvd II nnmc in our
Hall of Fum0,"
Sl, Jnsvpll: Nntlonlll llnmll' Srl-
Clely T52 Intramurals '52, '53, '54,
'55: Baselmll '52, '53, '5-l. '55I
Sdcnre Club T151 Siulllllly '5-I.
"HA"d stop Sl. l'0l0r's roll Pull ln
nsk n nucsllunf'
Sl, Thomas: Llllrnry '55: Futura'
Hnrncmaker 'M: East l":-orln Hlgh
'52, 'Ik'l. '54.
"A hclplhl ll-And. ll lrlvnslly
'-Nun-ang ls lmpwunu-
lhc willing lwlkrl
LEARY, IEHRY LEE, MARY
sl. Mary: Glue clllll '52, 'sap sl, mary: sllllllgy 'Eli Arm 54:
lu-us. voculllm Club ullln 'ssl P5-lm Allvnfllgll
"lr l ran help ll, l will mm- Varmy Show "L S""'m" nn'
ln' unhnpvyx- 'mlmorl--nv's nrzlslf'
Future voters studying their laws
SL Phllumcnnz Glee Club '53, '5-I:
Fulurv Nulxus '52: BKOIOIZY 'Sill
Lulln '5Zl. '54l: Spevch Chomls-
lry 'Xiz Vnrlvly Show '53: Cllndl-
dmv mr svnlur cllmlvfll Queen 'al
"A dnrllmz lrlrl with hnlr ut
LONG, MARGARET LDVELI., IUANITA
sl. Patrick: Bmlllgy 'sag Speech
'5-1: Stump Commllloc
UNC-nl and swm-l from lll-lm lo
Sl, Th0h11lSl IhlI'lKn!Ul'IUS 1521
Camera Club '52. '53: Bnwllllg '51
'53, '54, '55: Gulf Tcnm '52,
"He lhnl has ll lnnilull ln IIIS
mnulh can find his waxy nnywhcrvf'
Sl. Pnlrlrk: Hlmul' Roll ill: Intru-
murllls '53L Slngl' Crew '5-L
"ll's feared hc'lI dlu nl :Nur-
"Ll-L us nm mm- llfc
SL Pllllnnlvllllt Sludvnl
dl 'SFU GREG Club '53.
G.A.A. 'XL '5-I: Yllrlvly
'53. '54: Stump Clhmmlllvv
Checrleadl-r '52, '5-I.
Science Virv-l'rus. '51
MAUREEN MCGRATH. IOHN MCLAUGHLIN. IAMES
uid: llunui' Roll 1L!Ig Sl. Mark. Sl. lllnrk: lnU'LlmUrxlls '52, 'Sill
'33, Future Num-S .. . . , ,, F-mmm-11 wx, '54, '551 msn-umll
.7 :- .Sai Bh,mm.4.53. :uv must fm m nw und llu lu .52 ,ml 54: Baseball .51 ,SSI An
,ffl fl! Flwmlfw' 'I' ' crux. wa. '55, smgv Crvw '5-xg Va-
M- ,l""0PPl4" .:"l- may shun- 'B-li Caron-rm vw. '55,
w ww .m.l. .v-ll
lvnls HFC of ilu' Sl-
"A mil!! nf Stud."
sm. Illnrk: Honor Run un: Futun-
Nursl-S '52, '54: G.A,A. '52. '53, wa.
Ass: cm-mlsrry '5-xg Bowling: 'azlz
vm-my Shaw '53, '54,
"Athletic, sn-A-ex and generous."
D Glvf cull.
Sxmun- mu mn In
Clms T. .
roms' ln him. wllu
Sl. Tluumzxst Honor Rnll IU: Glue
Club '53, '3-l, 'BSI Lnlln Til: G.A,A.
'51 '53, '5-l. '55Z Howling '52, '5Il:
Vnrloly Show 53. '54: Cumpuvl '52,
'ESJ Slnmp Clvmlnlllvv '51 Til, 'B-li
Prnm Commlklec '5-X: Svnlur Cnrnl-
Vill Cummillcl' '55,
"Hur mlenls am- many. llul music
SLI'l1llnlm'ml: llunnr Rull till
Insllllllc '51, '55: C0-Etlllur 55:
Sludcnl Council 'Pri-nsurer 55: ln-
lramuruls '52, 'NL '54I Funtlmll
"Sul'll Al nm' ls lx hzllurnl philo-
sl. lllurk: llunur Rnll 171: Summa
'55, lnslltulc 'am vnrmy Show
'5-1:Nnllnnal Hunur snowy
sm-ll-nl cmmrn -ss: mn-nmumls
'52, vu. 'aa Cnmcru club '55,
srl.-nw club 'ar Golf Tl-nm
-5-1: xmmlgl-am cum
'-'rl-mm-raw ns soon vnnugh nu-
Sl. Mark: lltmul' Rull KGH Vllrlcly
Slmw 'SRI Nrlllnnul Hullrr Suclvly
'BEL lnlTilmLll'nlS '52, '53, 'S-L 'SSI
Svlcnvc' Club '53, Prom Cununlllee
wun-y is an L-nl-my ln nr.-.
Sl. l'hllulnv.'luA: llunnr Rnll till: St. Cvvllla: lnl.l':lnulx'nls '5'.!: Foul-
Buwllni! Til: Gull' Tmlm '52,
HE rlcrks llls forlune wllh HIS
they have made
lmll '523 llnskvllmll '52, '53, '51l:
"Thu blush ls lwcnullhll Hu! Sunw-
' 1K'Q"7?Ei'lf3i14 '-
Sl. Phllomcnui Future Nurses
'52, '53, '5-I. 'SZ Bhllugy 'FBI
Llxlln '5J: Clwmlslry '5-I: Vol-
leyball '5-11 Swlmmlllk '5Ii: Va-
rlcly Show '53, '5-1: Band '53,
"Small ln slnluruflxlg nl
Sarrc Coeur: Volleyball '
'53, '5-L T152 Bilskelhnll '52, '53
'54, '55: Klulolly '53l Lntln. 'F'
spec.-n GAA. ws.
"A num charm."
0'NEI!.I.. IOHN '
Sl. Bunllatei Salulatnrlllhi Honnl'
Roll 1711 Nllllunal Hdnill' SOClel.y
'55L lnsllhlle Rvpnrlvr '55: Va-
rlcty Shaw 'F-4: lnlrnmurnls '52.
Red Cross '53, .
--lnnusmry conquers everything."
':K?: Sulence H552 Stage Crew '5-1:
Sl. MBPY, Kickapoo: Future Nurs-
vs '53: Blolnlly '53.
"Nut u worry ln lhe wurld."
sm. mm-kg Hunnx' R011 as-: Nnunn.
al Honor sucmyp smminy
'sm nw. sz. 'sag cm Club
-54, 'saz Llhrarian 'azz class
ms. Future Nursus as: m.
01.-gy 'mg sp.-1-rn sec. 'aan French
'54, '55Z G. A. A. '52, '53, '54, '55I
Variety Shnw 'sm Hsween-
Iw1Irls" '521 CumPl'lL'l '55C Slalnp
Cnmmittee 'sm Stunt snow 'mn
"A mum- nr annum.: merri-
sl. 'rn-mms: Bl-wnng vu
lvylmll. '51 '5Il. 'SNL
kullrall '52. '53,
pact '55Z Stump Com
ll lillee '51
Lalln '51 G.A.A. '55.
"Bl'ighl lmlr and
Smilv. ' '
REED. IAMES REISING, BERNADINE
Sl. MBrY'S CAllh9dl'lllJ ll'llTZll'l1LlZ'- Sl. Joseph, l"0klh2 lHUl'l0l',R4.
B15 '52, '53, '54: Bnwllng '53, '54, f3!1 Nllllflmll HDMI? Suvlcfj
Cnmpamt Ednnr -aw: Rn-port.
"Rcst,roslpcrluxl1udlnlnd." -54: I,-uhm. Nurses -52: L
lrrury '51 '53. 'SL 'EEL Lnl
' '53, '5-1, '55: Summa Bm:s!.vl'.
"And in hm' mlnd the wise
F8 with both boys and girls
sl. Thomas: Honor Roll mp vu-
ricty snmv 'ma Intramurals '5:x.
'Sw Funtlmll -52: Glu- Club '51 'sm
"Lion among lAHlivS,"
sl, l-llllemenll: sasllelnell 'au
.A.A. 'mg Latin 'xr Future
--cel-ll ll-eras and need
.eugllls make e Hood em."
PHILIPP, CAROL ANN
Sl. Peter: Hunor llnll lll: Sodlll-
lly '55I Class Vlce-Pres. '5-li Vil-
rlvly Show '54: Blnlngy '53: Speech
"Her vnirc ls Elly, her Gyvs ure
Sl. Juscllhz Glce Club '53,
Cnmorn 'S-1: Future Nurses '52: Bl-
ology' 'Hin Llllln Speech Sec.
'Sing Chemlslry '55Z Volleyball '52.
'54, 'SZ Basketball '52, '53,
'54. '55: Vnrlrly Shaw '53, '5-I:
"SWOClhl!llr!s" '52: Cnrnpncl Sllllf.
'54: Slllmp Clbmmlllve '53,
"Joker wllh ll serious side,"
POPPEN, MARY LOU
Sl. mllrkg Class see. 'sae Student
Cuunz-ll '5'l: Glen Club Pres. 'Mi
ulelegy 'ml Spanish -511 speeell
'sm velleylmll -all varlely Shnw
'53, 'sm cempnel Prom Com-
mllloc -5-la Fleel celmmuee ' 54.
"Always ln a pleasant slnlc nl
Tlmmus: Gull' Tvllm '54:
mv hllvc men nlmul me
urs' of brlmd lmlld."
Sl. Bernard: Inlramurllls '52, 'SHI
Football '54: Slllge Crew '547 Howl-
lm! '53, '5-11 Gulf Tcnm '52, 'XL
'55: Red Cross '53, '5-li Slu-
llllllly '5-I: Blllrk lllll Pnssllm
"I wlsh I was n l'lgllrvllr:."
Sl. Phllumunu: Honor Roll mu
lnslllule '54, T151 Vnrlltly Show '54
'EH Nnllnnul Honor Socllrly 'M
Sclvncc' Club 'Mi Sndullly '5-L
-'mel-yene lm-es e lever."
Sl. Bvrhllrdi Honor Rnll ID: ln-
lrnmurllls '52. 'm. '54, '53: Foul-
lllllI'52.'53. '54, Rllskclhllll
'52: Baseball '52, '533 Slug!! Crew
'Sli Monogram Club '55,
"A mun lhlxl blushes ls not qullc
RXCHARD SCHLEICH. JOHN SCHMITT, GERALD
mllny. Kleknplm: lllmel- sl. Mark: Inu-llmurllls '52, 'saz sl. Mllryq lnlrnmurallls '52, -5.1
lm, slage Crew '5-l. '54, '5s.
ls nn concern nl mlnv." "l.luhl-henrll-ll llul not llghl- "l nm und lvlll be tree."
Sl. Pntrlrk, Wllslllnglun: l-'ulure
Nurxes '52, 'rag Biology 'Fill Llllln
'52: Chemlslry '5-1: Bowling '51,
"Serenity wllh a smlln- ul mmm."
who will be forgotten
POWERS, THOMAS IOSEPH
St. Bernard: lnlmmurllls '53,
'54, '-55: Football '52.
"Who Cures ll lhe wurld dllvs
Sl. Bernard: Homll' Roll 121:
Inll'nmul'alS '53, '54, 55: Fun!-
lvull 52: Buskulhnll '52, 'SKC
Srluntc Club '53: Bnwllng '5-I1
Hunwfullling Flon! Cummlllvt'
"llu's wise und uzlrv: nn
snmrpm- Swv: mn wmfrem-
Sl. BvI'nill'll: RMI Cross Rvp. 'XXI
Glue Club '53, '54, '55, Fuluru
Nurses '52, 'HL '5-I. '55: Bioltlgb'
'53: Spanish '54, '55: Lillhl '52, '53:
Spvcth '5-I: Chumlslfb' 'SSI Bowling
'52: Vullcyllull '51 '5-I, '55: Bhskcl-
hull '52, '53, '54: Vllrlciy Show '53,
-'ssnm-0, wma-nmu.-eng H jolly
Helping others in time of need
SITZMOHE, PEGGY ANN
Sl. Juhll, Glvc Club '5-1: Pulurc
Nurses '532 Lulln 532 Chemlslry
'53: Bnskvllmll 'SIL
"IFS plrvul lo hu nlivcl'
as they go
SLONIKER, A. IOSEPH SMITH. WILLIAM
Cnlhvdmlz Humax' Ron 11-Q Gm- s1.Bv.-mlrd.
mm" '-mupw nm- p.-Upxe :uw
Sl. Hurnard: Honor Rllll tlib: Nnl-
lnnul Honor Sucivty: lnlrnmurnls
'52. '53, '54, "I SCIENCE Club '55I
"I lvuvv not H11 I Hrlhih lllli full'
STENGER, MARY ANN
sm. John: Glu' cluh 'xx. -5
'sm Futurv Nm-svs '52,
Lslln 'sua Cm-mm,-y 'ssc v.
leyball '54, sam-m1,a1l 'sm v
risly sn.-w 14: Swca-them
"Gum: things mm- mn ww
sl. mwm-11. Clllllimllw: I.lh:'m'y
'51 '53, 'sw vice-l'r4-S. 'sr-z
G.A,A. '53, '54. '55, Vullv:!'hull
sm. mm-ka llunur run 1,1
Class In-vssnvnm '52, In-mu.
'51 233: Hnskvmmn '52, '53, 'I
Tn. 's4. 'sm swnmming 'sag slump '55, Bnselmll '52, 's:a. '54, 'E
C""'m""'u nn' "won In-1.-wa and Inmili
"Gcntlennss pl-rsunirlvu." was nu."
St. Patrick: Intramurals '55
lsr. John: -Glee- cull, -sa:
lA.A. 's2. HH.
l"QuIcL und shy-poliln and
Sl. Mark: Hnllnr Roll FEI: Insll-
iulc '53, '5'l: Varlely Show 'Sh
Glcl' Club '52, '53, '54, Sludlml
Cuuncll 255: Ill'.l"Dll1lll'DlS '52, '53,
'54, -ss, Svlenftv Club 'sm rnnllmll
'52, smmllly sen. -xx, Prvfecl
'55, s,-nl-,r cms Pllly, Drama Club
'cm Vocation Club '55.
--l-le gave wltll ll an-sm um: he gm-Q
St. Bernard: Honor Roll l2l: Sn-
dallty '52: Glue Club '53, '54, '55,
Biology Club Treasurer '53, Laun
Club Vice-Pres. T131 SDv.'QCh Club
Vlccllfms. 'ML Bradley Speech Cun-
lesz '53, Vnlleybllll 'saz Vnrlety
Show '53, '5-I: Compact '55, Sum-
ma Cu-Edlhlvl Prrrm Commlltev 'RHI
Awnrdlun Blind '53, '54, 'NL
"Humor uncovered in every-
l. cenlllll. Immmurllls '52, sl. lmlrlek, wnslllngmn, lll.: sl. Cccllla.
: lmwllng '55, Eureka lugh School '52, '53: Chem- -,Crm and bw- it H
nl me world sup. we shall 'Sm' "L" ' '
'er' he yuunew- -'Easy ln remember. hard lo fm--
Sacred Heart: llnnnr Roll Gil:
Class Sec. 'M, '54, Varlely Show
'53, '54, '55I Glcle Club '52, '53, '54,
'55, lnlrllmurnls '52, '33, '54, '51,
Flmtllall '52, '53, '54, '55. Buse-
llnll '52, '53, '54, '5,'lI Sudllllly '5-1.
"PHS Chrsl WMS IJlllvDl'IUl IIS A lrlllltk-
.l. B-lnlface: Hunnl' rznu ml:
llnmll Honor sln-ll-ly, small,
' 'sl 'mg sluavnl emm-
lzup. '54, Blology 'nag Ll-
ary '34, '55, Latin 'sm Speech
:Q-x-res. vl-llnylmll 63:
'lmmil-ls! 'Nz Vnrlcls' Shnw
lg Speech Contest '53, '5-43
"A Dnlsbd lrlKlll'idl1Ill."
sam- clwur: sau,-ll-nz cmmfll '52,
nm cms, mp. '52, mlm-Q Nurses
'52: VBl'lcly Show '53, '5-L
-'Pulse In princess lm-m."
St. Peter: Summa Slelflz Inslllute
'53, '54, 5511
Manager '52, '
Intramurals '52, '53, Sclenee Club '55.
'55: Smiallly '53, '5-lg
way tn have ll rrleml
ls 10 llc one."
their separate ways
53, C,,,m,,,,, -554 -'sum waters run deep."
St. Phllomena: Mlssion Rep.
'55, Chimlstry 'Eng
"A frlonfl to alll who have
Sl, Br:rnux'rl: Honor Hull 121:
Gluv Club '53, '54, 'SSI FulUl'0
Nuwvs '35, '5-lt Bhllnly 'Sli
Lulln 'fill Prnm Allvndnhl '5-It
Volleyball '541 Vnrlvlb' Show
"lndvp0ndL'IlCc rluukvd ln SID"
SL. Tlmnus: Honor Roll 131: N214
lunlll Hdnul' Society: Sndnlily '52,
'53, '54, '55, Rvp. Gleu Cluh
'53, '5-I. '51Z Lnlln 'RSI Vnlleylmll
'5l. '552 Vnrlvly Slum' '5-I:
"Sweethearts" '52L Summa Staff:
Prom Cummlllve '5-I: FIBA! Commll-
"Hur VOD' Smllc Llrlvvs Blount
su. H.-mn-up sumnny '52, '5-1.
'ssg Rod cr-ws Rep. '52: Glw Cluh
'53. mg Puxure Nurses '52, 'an sm-
nlogy 'rm 1,1-un 'azz speccn
'mg nw-nm. 'mp Vollc-ylmll 'am
Variety shmv '51
'-A prolly muldvn, mu and slun-
Weighing the odds for success or failure
Sl. Mark: Hnnnr Rnll MI: Nu-
llnnnl Honor Snvlulyz Sndnllly '32,
'53, '54, '55: Rvpl'vsvnIlllh'u '5-ll
Glu' Club '53, '54, 'SEI Future
Nurscs Hlolugy '51l: Lulln '5-it
Spnvch Chfmlslry' '55, Vullcy-
hull '531 Bzlskcllmll '5'2I Swimming
'san Vuriesy Shun' wx.
"Hrr ways are mn-use uf plmmnm-
Sl. Thomas: Honor Hull 1'
GIEC Clulu '55.
"A man or suunu and eu
St. Bernard: I-Iunnr Roll KLM: Clams
Trvas. 'Kit Varlvly Show '543 Nnl-
lumll Hnnor Snrlvlyi lnlrnmurllls
'52, '58, '54, 235: Bowling '53, '5-l.
'55, Sudulily '53, '5'I.
"Fur why Jin mud Wilh Sllldlbs ull
Sl. Tlulmhsi Glvc Club 55: I
lrumurnls '52, 'KL '5-li Fm
ball '523 Sndnllly 'E
Chccrlumlvr '54, AIBDBLZLT 'E
Cllfelcrhl '52, '53, '54, 'wi Y
"I-Ie's u very merry lad."
Sl. Blmlfntvi Hnnol Hull lTll ln-
lrumllrllls '52, '53, '54, '55I Vllrluly
Slluw '53, '5-li llnwllng '52, '53.
'54, '55: Golf '54i Sndnllly '34C
lnslllutl' '54, '55Z lialntl l"rl'S.:
Bxlwllng I'l'0s, lk Svc: Summa! '54,
"The deed 1 mmm xs um-1 mu
as yn-L 1 know nm wlmlf'
seeking their vocations
Sl. lulm: Glu' Cluh '52, 'F
InlI'2lmul'nlS 'SSI Svlcnru Cl
'553 Ari. Club '52, '53: Sndlll
'5-L '55: Chupvl Crow '5-I. 'I
"VVIml il strung? lhlhg
ENNMACHER, DONALD WESTBERGER. BEVERLY
L. Berlulrd: Honor Roll ill.
SL. Cecllln: Mission Rep. '52:
iodnlll '32 '53 "4 "' F lure
"Just ns nlre as she ls plcasllnlf'
St. Bernnlvl: Honor Roll 141: Glue
Clun '53, 54, '55Z Tl'2BSurel' '5-ll
Blolngy Pres, Lnlln 'sm Speech
'rl-mr. 'ssz volleylmll 'su Vnrlely
Show '5-li Compact
-'A plmnnl lllllc way nhnul
Sl. Phllomenlx: National Honor So-
Cleiy: Honor Roll 173: Student
Councll Rep. '53: Glue Club '53, '54:
Blolngy '5Cl: Latin 'SBI Speech '54I
Chemlslry Vlc2'Pr0s. '55: Class
Vlrt' Pres, '55: Slvcelhenrls T122 Vn-
rlely Show '54: Sulnmn Stall
'5: Stump Cnmmlllee '52,
"The personlllrallnn of persnnnl-
Sl. Pllllwncnai Honor Roll l7lI
Nnllonal Honor Soclely: Varlety
Show '5-1: lnlrnmurnls '55: Science
Sl. Phllunxonu: Nllllunul Honor
Society: Honor Roll K-ll: Glee Club.
'51, '5-1: Blology '5Zl: Spanish Pres.
'54, '55: Lnlln 'wi Vnrlely Show
"Siudl0lls and rnlschievnlls by
Sl. Cerllhl: sudrnlly ru-
r Nm-ser 'am spunlsll -54,
: clwmlrlry 'sm swlmmlnz
-'swr-el .rr smlle and plerrsrml
sl. Mark: Nallonal Honor sal
cluly: H1-nor Roll 45:1 llllsslml 's3.
'S-lg sodnllly '52, '53, '5-1. 's5: Bl-
olupzy '531 Library Trens. '54: Vlcc
Pres, Lmln 'saz Bnwllng 'sag
Baskulbnll '52: Compact 'sm Sum-
mn smrr '55p c. s. M, C. 'sag
Careers Cnlllng 'mg Summa Boost-
Hcunclrness spiced wllll humor."
zum. Joan ssnnozn, Ioan
Sl. Pllllolnennl Honor Roll Ml: St. Mark: Football '52, '53, '54
Vnrlely Show '5-I: In!l'amlll"als '54, '55.
'55C Sclencc Club '55L Stage Crew
.54: Sammy .Mn --l-ns wlsnes lengthen as me sun
"We're loyal lo you, llllnulsu'
SL Palrlck, Wllshlngloh. Ill..
Fonlhall '52. 53.
"The good ln men wlll keep
M 1: :umm 1 cmwma n cm-,mug M uvh
M y nesmez x noun:-me 1 nwley M oyle
c nmeqe: H :mmm c Durbin yu
Imllblf P. Engllllei
Petri! B. Ylllell
. Gamer I. Genslar
Grenler M. Glmihller
. :rm G. :vmm
r. Finnegan x. Flanlgon
. cum n. csmnm
r. Haddad 1. Hulnal
n. raneny L. nmuey M. runner E. rum.
B. Front P. Gallagher C. Galvin F. Gardner
E. Geek N. Goodman T. Gorman B- Grlrwey
P. Hunley C. l-lappach M. Harding I. Harris
. l-larrls M. Hauer-mumer 1. Hem: 1. Heh!!
. 1. Hema A. Hickey 2. newnn x. num
numb: y. Jueovmu l. Ianovetx r. yonnwn
look Comlng "How much is left in the class treasury?" the officers inquire: Iolm
Llntz, secretmy and treasurer: Steve O'Donnell, presidem: Put Nash
c. A. xc.:-nu
. A. Letman
r. yonpn v. xguer
r. xnppex c. Keen
zz. mga 1. um
G. Muuslluid M. A. MEAIHSQQI'
Learning short cuts
n. nny N. Km.: 1. Kinney n. itlun
K. xmnmmg c. xqcxi 1. Ksyckl w umm
n. menu n. Maddox xx. Mun. y. nanny
R. M:G1:mn P. MCGHIIDI M. Mtluughlln M. Vl:Numur
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R. Mondhdll P. Mlisllles I. Mill!!! K. Molun
ll. Morgan P. Mon!!! M. Motleii A. Mtolek
G. Mueuex M. Mullowney x. Murpny P, Muxpny
with eager anticipati
Murray x. 1. Mm. r. mm.
Oth: S. O'D0l'lnell K. Uhlemillet
. Peplow w. Peter: n. rum.:
nemmqmn P. mink.: n. mmm:
S. Nash M. Naughton T. Nelson I. Noll I. Norman
. Olloll P. 0'NQill X. Chen F. Pllllddlni B. Palmer
. Pllon B. Polollus I- Power: M. Price M. RedddY
C. Rubens R. Huqer M. E. Roger: N. Rowell T. Rogers
Ryln M. R. Sitcenll R. Sllulu R. Sdndbl
Suhdeliun F. Slhllllb M. E. Sthuuh U. Stlldllb
. Slheeier I. SEND!!! D. Stlllll D. Schmik
of becoming the
Chemists in the making
I. Schmlk 1- Sbhrniil
M. Semltk D. Shtd
M. Sielmle P. Slevin!!
M. A. Tllll!G'mP W. Thlll
ll . Slihnslder
. M. Schneider
scmmm s. snmn
smm. w. smm.
swmucn n. swxqn.
Tully N. Tyler
R. Scevil C. Seldensticker K. Siburq
D. soluun 1. spnnqmn M. s anley
1. smug. n. 'me M. 1 Teama
11. vm. nmwae-me 5, venmu M. A.
Good time for all
M. 1. vm. 1. wane n. w
S. Wahl M. Wlles I. W'
R. Wullldm G. Ylngsl E. Yi
leaders of their school.
Abraham z. Adam:
nqnmxomw I. annum
sump v. anne:
n-.mm -r. nun
1. Ang 1. Alwun M. nmbmen 7. Anaemm v. Appel: lv. munmm N. num
N. nw: r. :mana c. lennell n. aug n. Bergevln 1.. ammo M. nm
1. mm-lk P. uname 1. umm n. noun-mer n. lowlon n. nmwn n. nmwn
lhluuoughs r. Butler N. cum H. cm-np n. canon P. came c. Conley
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Mecmwhlle the Sophomores
Hopefully counting the votes io: the sophomore candidate for Carnival
Queen :md planning new tactics ure: Judy Hanley, treusuxer: Shcnon
Gximm. vice-president: Carol Lungenberg, president: Sharon Sleeth.
M. A. cmker 2. Dummnnn 1. Dummy D. uecm-ner 1.. nenmer c. A. Dempsey M. nenuno n. marina
1. nlekmon n. n-me M. Donovan n. Doyle 2. nunun s. mme 1. Dunne P. Dusernm-ry
n. Dwyer w. :axon R. Ebel A. :menu G. :mn M. .lznmeiun n. nveren P. rzhrens
l. :way M. runny z.. nm: c. nge: T. rem: P. rum- P. ruam x.. Gurney
1. Geier s. merge T. George s. Girbcrson
A. Gilles N. cum A. cinch v. Ginn
M. amy 1. Grieser s. cm-mn 1. dumoyxe
sensin the accom lishment
Looking over the outline of their next project ure: Michael Miranda. g p
president: Michael Gray, vice-president: Ioseph. Sander. secretary and
cum 1. 1-menu n. 1-mexe s. named
Heinz M. neun 1. Herne: c. Hickey
Hows c. Huiendlck xv. nnueep 1. Iockman
Keeney E. Kelly c. lemme rx. Kemp!
1. um-:ey s. Hunley a. H4-.rnnen M. neppmen
P. Hoenxeluur 1. 1-mnmek P. Home 1.. Houlnhun
H. lohmon n. mmm-A B. lor-men s. xarpewsu
1. Kennedy M. xemeeay y. xemgm 1. lung
ee ,- 'e 5 , fx. gl., ,
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Knlcl etlwckei ll Knight Konvnllnku
Inline Klyckl l.uHood Llmplethl
Lenauyc Lengeemefg I Lee M Lenaway
Dissecting joint-legged creatures
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of the upper classmen
Leuullen T. l-Qwil
Mlrcllulunns L. Murliele
Mtlnloe A. Mcfullulle
Miller S. Miller
. A. Mexee
2. Mmm- n. Maloney n. Mummy v. Mal-on H. lmann
. Mmm A. A. Mmm w. Manu n. Mccanny s. Henman
. Mm-.un A. Me-nge: M. Mm 1. A. Mayer N. une,
. Mm-mae s. Mom 1. Munn 1. M-:runny 1. Mm-mf.-y
Success in the making
c. Mane G. Muses A, Mumm s. Muxpny
M. Murray I. Nuuer D. mmm-m 5. cmnnneu
M. 0'Donnell v. omn-fm 'r. Ohnernus 1. owmu
hope to establish a mark
I. D'HLllllI D. Olelld M. PQIICQ W. Pelllllll
I. Powell P. Bullion C. lack N. lledllcll
E. Hog!!! D. Hager: Xl. llumlnul H. H001
F. Scahlll F. Stlmler ll. Sthcuh P. Sclluuh
. A. mea
xr. Pnuups M. Pouef
H. new-lg w. mm
s. mm M. sack
1. summing M. scum
Studying for a future M.D
scnmmz 1. senmmx H. Schneider s. sunn-
scnupp 1. scnupp M. sam 1. smvu
suoqgm n. scnwuu n. Selpel 1. sneq
in their own right ll-.
Sheels M. Shellcloltleb I. SheFPUrd
Smith 1. sneer v. sm..
Swank C. Thompson W. Troy
wade P. wan... N. wmmxey
Friday night at the center
sums: 1. sux: s. Sleekh w. smm.
spmuamg M. sum 1. Sllckelmuier E. smuvun
1. unn n. une. J. vunam :mg 1. Vaughn
Wurd N. Weaver L. Weber P. Wenrnutkel
M. A. smuvu..
n. wmmey r. wmmxaa
1. wma.. I. wu...
that others may follow.
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Baumann Bunn I. Berry .
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"AOL, here we come!" seem to say the freshmen leaders-Indy Abra-
ham, president: Kitty Schaab, vice-president: Terry Ralool. treas :
For Freshmen :md Mary Fortune, secretary-as they enter the front door. mer
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retaryg Phil Coogan, president.
The l954-55 Student Council, operating
for the first time here at Spalding Institute, is
composed of the presidents of various organi-
zations and clubs and the president and vice-
president of the four classes. The officers of
the council are selected by a vote of the mem-
bers. The constitution of this organization
was drawn up by the members themselves.
The Student Council's purpose is to promote
school spirit, sponsor social functions, encour-
age extra-curricular activities, and to create a
better relationship between the student body
and the faculty.
Through student leadership
tl. to r.J Standing: Rick Grimler, Mike Gray, Gary Solrlnlli, Seated: Joe Miller, Phil Kronenberg, Jim Molchan, Gene
Steve O'Donnell. Dave McGann, Miko Mirandc. Coughlon, Jim Masterson, Phil Coogan.
The Student Council of the Academy of
Our Lady is an organization whose first job is
to serve the student body which it represents.
It aims also to promote student leadership.
preparation for living under a democracy, and
better faculty-student relationship. The Coun-
cil, which is composed of one representative
from each home room, meets weekly under
the supervision of Sister Electa Marie.
Events sponsored by the Student Council
included: a drive to promote Catholic Litera-
ture, a dance, a movie, and monthly assem-
blies to discuss problems with the entire stu-
This year the Student Council adopted a
Board of Advisors which is composed of a rep-
resentative from each organization in thc
school. At their monthly meeting, a Girl-of-
the-Month is chosen.
Student Council officers: Pat Murphy, treasurer: Lois Fox secre-
tary: Connie Kelton. president: Cece Beckfeld, vice-president, are
working on the revision of the A.O.L. Constitution.
and school organizations
The Student Council representatives and advisory board tatives. Standing: C. Day, C. Langenberg, B. Buckley, M
are seated: P. Ni-ienrn, B. J. Code, J. Jochmnn, R. Sander, K. Poppen, M. Davis, B. Reising, J. Hoifer, P. Brophy, G. Garrett
Bickerman, J. Scovil, S. McGrath. S. Schlehuber, C. Ksycki, C. K. Sommer, and P. Heyd, advisory board.
Reel, J. Meyer, M. Morris, L. Joseph, and M. Bachler. represen-
Back Row: Louie Sheets, Tim Henning, Nick Rashfurd, Father DeLozier, Charlie Happach, Billy Clinch, Bob Pfeifer, Paul
Robert Peters, Phil Coogan, Dick Wennmacher, Jerry Lee, Leo Slavens, Rich Lee, Bernie Zant, Ken Mm-chulones.
we learn to know
The purpose of the Pontifical crew is to assist the Bishop
in all the pontifical ceremonies at the Cathedral. These in-
clude Christmas, Holy Week and the annual conferring of
Holy Orders. The members are under the excellent leader-
ship of Monsignor Robert Peters.
Don Roling, Tom Znnl, Tony Eisfelrler,
Carl Morse. Jim Schupp, Nick Rashford,
Pete Pasquel, Dale Burnett.
John Szentes, Joe Sander, Terry Guru,
Ken St-iks, Mike Houston, Walt Peplow.
Mike McNamara, Jere Winn, John Mc-
Mahon, Jerry Pilon, Tom McMurry, Jim
Mike Davis, LeRoy Marliere, Ken Mar-
chulones, Sam Thomas, Bob Barger, Ted
Ralph Tomlin, Ken Sclburg, Don Wil-
lard, Gary Soldali, Jim Hadcligan, Rev.
Edward Heiljan. C.S.V.
Jerry Leary, president: Al Westlake,
Jim Donahue. Jerry Johnson, Dan Stull,
The Sodalxty of the Blessed Virgin Mary is an association for all
Catholics who desire to follow Christ more closely within their own
state of life. Personal sanctification and apostolic work fulfill the
double purpose of the Sodality. Each Sodality worls within its own
sphereg Spalding Institute is the sphere for the school's sodality, the
Sodality of the Immaculate Conception.
The Sodality has regular meetings conducted by the elected
officers. These are: Gary Soldati, prefectg lim Haddigan, viceapre-
fectg Mike McNamara, secretaryg and Jerry Kelly, treasurer.
The Sodality takes care of many projects, one being the clean-
ing and maintenance of the school chapel. The moderator of the
Sodality this year was Father Heitjan.
Row 1: Jim Hagemnnn, Don Wort, Don
Faherty, Nick Rosford, Marty Flaherty.
SODALITY Michael Farraher.
Row 2: Bill Woulfe, .lim Donahue, Larry
Baumann, Louie Blanc, Phil Steward.
Row 3: John Szentes, Don Broaddus, Le-
Roy Marliere, John McMahon, Tony Salute,
Row 4: Mike McNamara, Jim Haddigan,
Father Heitjan, C.S.V., Gary Soldatl, Gene
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As Barb Buckley, prefect, lends a crilieal eye, Anne Olson, treasurer.
and Marilyn Gibbons, vice-prefect. put the finishing touches on one of
the many displays the Sodality arranged this year, Missing is Mary
Jane Tediord, secretary,
The Soclality of Our Lady at the Academy has
two aims: personal holiness for its members and the
sanetilieation of others. To reach the first aim the
Socialists try to keep the rules of the sodality very
faithfully as these are the means to attain personal
holiness. It is only alter they have kept these rules
that they can hope to help in the sanetilication of
their neighbor. Being lay apostles, they are con-
cerned with the spiritual and material Wants of all
those with whom they come in contact. at home, at
school, at work, in their social life. Organized ef-
forts are made to help the entire student body by
means of campaigns such as decent literature driv-
es, campaigns against gossip and uncharitablc talk.
friendship campaigns, etc.
3 The prohntioners seriously anticipate their reception into
the Sodality. Left side, first row: D. I-Ioerdeman, J. Dunne, B.
, Swank: second row: B. Mathers, N. Armes, P. Zant: third row:
J. A. Bucher, P. Anderson, S. Crutcher: fourth row: A. Hartnett,
C. Bourscheidt, J. Engressei: fifth row: C. Stickulmaier, J. Wyss.
C. Phillipp: aisle: C. Closen, P. Case: E. Dammann, M. J. Voris,
S. Wyss, J, Mitchell, S, Reibling, G. Flynn. B. Itoth, N. Rogers, ll.
Right. side, first row: P. Haley, M. Miller: second row: N,
Mathers, P. Reed, P. Egan: third row: P. Koors, M. L. Jones:
fourth row: M. Phillips, M. Weber: fifth row: B. DeRoche, M.
The active members of the Sodality watch attentively as pretect Barb Buckley
points out an interesting article in the Catholic Digest. First row: M. Gibbons, J. Ur-
hanc. L. Joseph, B. Krippel. M. Bt-sl: second row: G. Garrett, P. Girdzus, J. Lovell, C. Kel-
ton, B, Peplnw: third row: J. Meyer J. Heinz, R. Wallenfang, D. Wallbeck, E. Joseph:
fourth row: D. Pilon, A. Olson, C. Ksycki, C Roberts, F. Joseph: fifth row: J. Hanley, A.
Cleary. F. Gardner, B. Venzon, A. Martinez: sixth row: J. Moore, N, Cain, ll. Cicciarclli.
S. Miller. M, Best: seventh row: L. lierninger, C, Draeger, J. O'Russa.
Shown preparing the altar for Mass
are representatives Donna Hurst.
Barb Venzon. Judy Hanley, Eileen
Joseph, Mary Best, Audrey Cleary,
Diane Pilon, Louise Weber, Betsy
Pc-plow, Beverly Dc-Roche, and Jo-
Unit. lenders Marilyn Gibbons, Barb
Venzon, Anne Olson and Donna
Hurst listen as Mary Jane Tedford
discusses the unit project for the
Shown here after an assembly on different missionaries of
the world are, sented: Carol Day, Mary Best, Barbara Livengood,
Pat Brophy, Margie Best, Robin Bartholomew.
Standing: Virginia Graber, Vee Ellen Baniqued, Maureen
0'Donnell, Jenn Hibser, Carol Reck, Loretta Iioulahan, Ann Ol-
son, Mary Hatzenbuhler, Karen Kronenberg, Judy Janovetz, Jean-
Twenty-two excited delegates set out for
Notre Dame to represent the Academy at the
C.S.M.C. convention late last August with
Sister Cletus, Sister Dominic, and Sister Rita
Catherine. The C.S.M.'ers are very proud of
the trophy which they won as the result of a
stamp contest, sponsored by St. Louis Univer-
sity. A very important project of the missions
is the saving of Catholic literature. Piles of
magazines and papers were sent to the many
missionaries abroad and also to the Pontiac
and Ioliet penitentiaries. During Lent, each
home room sends to the mission of its own
choice the money representing the sacrifices
which they have made. An outstanding mis-
sion speaker of the year was Father Leon Sulli-
van, who told of his dealings with the Chinese
Communists, which was climaxed by his trial
and expulsion from the country.
and help to advance
Shown sorting and collecting stamps for the missions
abroad are these members of the stamp committee. They are
Carol Dny. president, outlines mission goals for the year for left to right: Judy Hagemann, Ann Graham, Nancy Armes
Bente Frost, treasurer, Frances Joseph, secretary, and Mary Nancy Cremer, Jackie Powell, Pat O'Neill, Mary Ann Sullivan
Best, vice-president. Mary Tippett., Sheila McCoy, Rita Armitage,
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Among the Clubs at the Academy, the
Glee Club is one of the most active of all.
They have been in the choir loft at the
Cathedral every First Friday to sing the Proper
of the Mass. On Saint Ceceliais Day the Club
gave a very enjoyable and varied concert for
the entertainment of the entire student body.
On December 16 they presented a Christmas
concert, which also did a repeat performance
at the state hospital. Glee Club members were
guests of the Knights of Columbus Club, on
April 24, where they sang for a banquet at the
Hotel Pere Marquette. Then to round the year
out on April 25 they joined all the schools in
the Peoria area in the Annual Diocesan Music
Festival at Spalding Gym. Their final per-
formance was the annual Spring concert, May
5. Sister Mary Arthur is the director.
The Spalding Glee Club, under the direc-
tion of Father Loughran, has had a very suc-
cessful year. In their programs they have
blended Gregorian chant and popular musing
they also sang in Chicago Stadium and the
Chicago Civic Opera House.
Buck, leftlto right: Jim Hageman, Don Hnvius, Dun Stull, Larry Baumann, John
Gura, Jerry- Leary, Mike McNamara,?Mike Davis ,Jnhn.Szentes, Russ Scovil, John Ryan,
Louie Blanc, Bob Berry, Ray Bergevln, Dick Staufier, Jan'Blank, Leonard DeLozier, Jerry
Maushnrd, Jere Winn, Don Willard, Jim Wise, Pat Walker, LeRoy Marliere, Pete Pnsquel.
Ken Marchulones, Jack Pilon, Mike Donovan, Mike' Ritchell, Tom Joyce, Don Rolling,
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Vogt M Po en C Ian enber J Jonovelz B Pe lou J Ohle
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miller, J. Sheridan, B. Walloch, B. Krxppei B. Buckley, K. Whelan,
and M. Wnlsh.
Second row: M. A. Centers, E, Dammann, l'. Heyd, R, Bartho-
lomew, M. E. Rogers, N. Genzcl, M. Grimm, S. Cusack, J. Heinz,
M. Heinz, M. Davis, A. Bride, J. Colgan, B. Polonus, P, Gunthncr
Third row: J. Moore, J. Sanderson, M. J. Herald, S. Onyun,
W. Heinz, M. Keenan, L. Fox, J, Hanahan, B. Frost, J. Matthews
B. Lcuallen, D. Heinz, J. Jochman. J. Hndank, B. Palmer, P
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Fourth row: B. Swank, M. A. Stenger, M. McAllister,
Bartholomew, D. Matranga, K. Hurst, M. O'Donnell, A. Girsch, .
McEnroei, D. Donovan, D, Konvallnka, K. Sommer, A. Chapin, .
Morris, D. Walbeck.
Fifth row: J. Meyer, D. Pilon, M. A, Semlck, K. Murphy. .
Scheerer, A. Graham, R. Cicciarelli, C. Anderson, C. Closen, J.
Kerrigan, L. Joseph, E. Heiden. L. Houlahan, M. Metz, J. Bartolo,
raised in song
Shown tuning up are the Junior ensemble:
accompanist P. Gunther, D. Pilon, M. J. Her-
olrl B. Polonus, C. Durbin, J. Heinz. J. Ohlc-
millcr, B. Wnlloch, and B. Venzon.
The Glec Club ofticers Janice Heinz, treas-
urer: Katie Hurst. vice-president, Mary
Poppen, president: Nancy Genzol, secretary,
are busy trying out new songs.
Practicing for one of the many programs they have
presented are the members of the Spalding and Academy
band. Director, Mr. Ted Trapp.
Left, clarinets: Donald Wort. Phil Stewart, Marilyn.
Gibbons, Joanne O'Russa, Christine Hessling, Ralph Tom-
lin, Duane Maloney, Kenneth Johnson, Judy Crawford,
Patricia Fredell, Mary Ellen Hanlon, and Michael Scott.
Center, bass clarinets: Elizabeth Sullivan, Robert Car-
roll: French horn: Rosemary Schneider, Patricia O'Neill:
cornets: Eugene Howard, Michael Farraher, Donald Unes,
Lorenza Bertteo, Daniel Witt, Gary Clark, Bob Cleary, Bry-
an Houstan imissingi, and Robert Paul: baritone: Bern-
ard Carrager: bass horns: Robert Grenier, George Yingst,
Edward Swigris: bells: Glenna Garrett: bass drum: Eu-
gene Farris: drums: Ronald Dentino, James Knecht, Ed-
ward Kelly, Robert McGann. and Jack Boyce:
Right, flutes: Pat Girdzus, Barbara Schuely, Julia Mc-
Manus, Nora Wamsley, and Joyce Ochs tmissingl: oboe:
Donna Rogers: saxophones: Richard Rogers, Allan Hous-
ton, Barbara Grawey, Mary Craig, and Constance Kelton
fmissingi: trombones: Paul Dusenberry, John McFarlane.
Michael Voltz, Neal Goodman, Helen. Reising, David Swan-
son tmissingi, Charles Spalding tmissingl, and Bernard
Composing the Band Club, those planning to use
music when they graduate are:
First row: Juliana McManis, Glenna Garrett, Pa-
tricia 0'Neill, Judy Crawford, Joanne O'Russa,
Barbara Grawey, and director, Mr. Ted Trapp.
Second row: Donald Wort, George' Yingst, Gary
Clark, Ralph Tomlin, Eugene Farris, and Phil
Playing a favorite number i'
of ours are those members of
the band: Kenneth Johnson.
Judy Crawford, Patricia Fre-
dell, Joanne O'Russa, Chris-
tine Hessling, Ralph Tomlin.
Duane Maloney, Donald
Wort, and Phil Stewart.
Eugene Howard, Michael
Farraher, Donald Unes, Eliza-
beth Sullivan, Eugene Farris,
James Knecht, Edward Kelly.
Jack Boyce, Robert McGann,
Donna Rogers, Norma Warns'
ley, Juliana ItlcManis, Bar-
bara Schuc ly, Fat Girdzus,
and Mary Craig.
Richard Rogers, Allan
Houston, Paul Dusenberry,
Bernard Zant, John McFar-
lane, Neal Goodman, and
The red-and-blue uniformed band of the Academy
and Spalding consisting of 56 members has added to
the pep and color of the games and provided the
schools with many delightful programs, as they took
part in the Christmas concert and the Irish concert.
The big event of the year was a weekend trip to Chi-
cago where they played in the Civic Auditorium to a
crowd of 4500. The next day the band had the thrill
of playing in the Chicago Stadium during half-time of
the Illinois-Loyola game.
Bro. Joseph Paradiso, C.S.V.: John O'Neill, vice-
presidentg Phil Krnnenberg, president: Tim Mounts,
secretary: Mike McNamera, treasurer.
Eugene Vaichulis, John Szenles, Toni Saluto,
Don Wort, Larry Baumann, Jim Molchnn.
James Sieks, Mike Davis, Louie Blanc, Jackie
Kocher, Tom Steimle, Warren lioley, Norman De-
Rnehe, Put Boyle,
Jim Uhill, Jack Zang, Gary Soldati, Bob Wom-
hacher, Jim Hugemann, Bob Burger.
Leonard DeLozier, Ken Marchulones, Mike Algan-
ieh. Joel Dunne, Larry Rosteter.
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The Camera Club is onc of Spalding's
more active organizations. Its purpose is to
create a hobby for the students and to prepare
the photographers for work on school publica-
tions. The club has a new darkroom that is a
great improvement over its predecessor. Most
of the progress in the club can be accredited
to its moderator, Father Novacek.
Jim Molchan, president: Phil
Kronenberg, vice-presidentg John
Szentes, secretary: Jere Winn,
treasurer: John Maddox, Jim Furs-
toss, Chuck McDonald, Jim Cramer,
The Art Club, under the ever watch-
ful eye of Father Novacek, has been in
operation here at Spalding for four
years. The Art Club meetings are
held after school hours and it gives to
its members a wonderful and interest-
ing pastime. These talented young
men got a chance to show their ability
this year when they contributed much
to the success of the basketball team
by making posters and signs. The club
this year has been given a new room to
meet and has given Spalding a club to
be proud of.
By contributing to the Iunior Red Cross
any student may become a member of that
organization. Volunteers help at the Red
Cross Center preparing for the campaign fund
drive. and also pack school supplies, games
and medicines for shipment overseas. A group
presented a program at the State Hospital in
the spring. Iosephine Alig, Academy I.R.C.
president, attended the Red Cross summer
camp. Preparing mailing lists are: at type-
writer, Ruth Monahan, Margaret Herrera,
Nancy Rogers, Jeanette Iacovich, and standing
are Andrea Vaughn, Ioan Mitchell, Sharon
Colomac, Mary Fortune, and Rita Reed.
Doing their bit for Red Cross services to the needy
our social duties-
Studying the Illinois Blue Book.
For our future nurses, chemists, and
scientists, the Chemistry Club has a
great attraction. Meetings are held hy
the Tri-B's and SO-Fels every month.
First business is discussed, then enter-
tainment pertaining to science is given
by the class. Interesting field trips
to the Greater Peoria Airport and
the Water Works were taken by the
clubs. intrigued in an experiment the
officers are, left to right: Iudy Wiltse,
Linda Lolli, Sister Valeria, Donna
Goff, Wanda Heinz, Mary Grimm,
lean Hibser, and Pat Haley.
Each of the Freshman Civics classes
has organized a Civics Club. Each clay
the president appoints one girl to re-
port on a current topic. They also take
charge of raising the flag. On March
16. a speech was given by Mr. D. Du-
melle, administrative assistant of Pe-
oria. He spoke about Peoria and after
the talk a vote was taken to name the
new bridge the Fulton Sheen Bridge.
Pictured are Carol Wiltz, Molly Alja-
nich, Diane DeLozier, Lois Billmeyer,
Andrea Vaughn, Marietta Krippel, and
Sister Vcrlerizx keeps u wutchiul eye
on her futuxe scientists
They'll help you find a good beak.
Invaluable to students in their reference
work and to the faculty members as well, are
the services of Sister Marcia and the student li-
brarians. The girls who have given up their
time before and after school and also their
study periods are: Audrey Bride, Mary Tippett,
Ianice Russell, Amelia Martinez, Irene Komar-
ianski, Ann Graham, Ann Baumann, Sally
Schlehuber, Donna Laurie, Bente Frost, and
Iacqueline Engressei. These girls prepare at-
tractive book displays, interesting bulletin
boards, and keep the books repaired and
available for circulation.
and the culture of the world-
The art class started the year with still-life
drawings, using chalk as their medium. For-
getting real appearances, they next used these
same drawings as 'ipoints of departure" for
abstract ones. The falling leaves inspired some
papcr sculpture for which water colors, mingl-
ing freely, were used for color effects, Christ-
mas posters using the "Put Christ Back into
Christmasn theme, were made for Father
Whelan and used in Macomb, Ill. Spring
activities included large picture maps of the
Good speakers are an asset in any gathering.
Nichole Kibler practices life-drawing
with Barbara Bain as model
Pat Pio, Betsy Peplow.
The Speech Club at the Academy is
composed of members of the Speech
classes. Officers are elected in Sep
tember. The Club sponsors entertain
ments, a one-act play at Christmas
radio programs, American Legion
Contest, "I Speak for Democracy," the
Catholic Speech Tournament held this
year at Odell, Debate Tournament at
Pekin, and the Bradley Speech Festlv
al, and they also appeared on TV
Senior officers are, left to right: Pat
Haley, Kitty Sommer, Ioanne Urbanc
A lesson in modern French
A monthly event for the French II class,
La Cercle Francaise, is the reading of the La
Croisade, a French paper which tells in
French, of the customs and ways of the French
people. At the meetings the members sing in
French, and have races doing exercises at the
boardg an account of a special feast which is
near is a regular feature. Betsy Peplow is
shown writing popular song titles in French
while Barbara Buckley, Iean Hibser, Berna-
dine Reising and Robin Bartholomew show
Sister Lucilla their skill at translating.
complete our education.
Friends oi the Roman writers
Senorita Roxanna Coale tells the story
of the Mexican Hat Dance to these inter-
ested second-year students of Spanish
whose motto is "Las Amigasf' meaning
Friends. Their meeting is taken up by
interesting movies about the Spanish
people and their customs. Costumes such
as the girls are wearing illustrate the na-
tive dress. Seated, left to right, are:
Nancy Armes, Mary Poppen, Sheila
Berry, Roxanna Coale, janet Hanahan,
and Ioyce Sheridan. Standing are janet
White, Mary Best and Margaret Herrera.
With the motto "Per aspera ad astra'
fthrough bolts and bars, up to the starsj the
advanced Latin Club who call themselves
"Discipulae Latinae Mariae" fLatin Students
of Maryj are very active at the A.O.L. Shown
from left to right are: Audrey Bride, Barbara
Schubert and Ann Hickey, who are writing
Latin jingles on the board. Throughout the
year the club has many activities-during the
Christmas season they picked some of their
favorite carols and translated them into Latin.
They have monthly meetings where they
translate poems into Latin, and make up little
iingles in that language. They are a hard-
working group who live up to their name,
"Latin Students of Mary."
A Spanish story.
With words cmd pictures
Summa Editors: lim Mastersan, Kitty Summers. Cece Beckteld.
Artists: Irene Komarionski and Mary Lee
The Summa Staff of '55 had their first
meeting last September. It was then that they
realized what a job the publishing of a year-
book was. There were pictures to be taken
and ads to be obtained to finance the annual.
The glamor and novelty of the job was rapidly
diminishing. There was much more tedious
and repetitious work than they had planned.
Getting ads was the first major taskg both
business managers did a splendid job and the
required number was finally obtained. The
editors had meetings with the engraver and
were slowly learning what his technical terms
meant. Then there were the photographers
who worked many days after school with usu-
ally uncooperative subjects. The entire staff
gained much in the way of learning to work
together. The faculty advisers coordinated the
different branches of the staff and sometimes
"built a fire" under some members when they
needed it. lf it were not for their effort and
interest there would be no Summa this year.
Photographers: Phil Kronenberq and Iirn Molchcxn
the diary of '55
Sports Editor: Tim Mounts
Business Staff: seated, left to right-Bob Bresnahan and Iim
Business managers: Rick Grimler and Pat Girdzus Hcrgemcmn. Standing-lim Venxon.
Business Staiis Dee Konvalinka, Diane Wallbeck, lean Hibser. Business Stuff: Mary Grimm. Margi Keenan, Deanne Heinz.
Pat I-Ieyd. Sandy Harding, and Iudy Wiltse Mary Joyce Hagemcmn: standing, Wanda Heinz, Fern Zaborac
and the news
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Lett to right: Phil Kronen-
berq, lim Huddigan, Ioe
Lett to right: Tim Gor-
man, Put Galvin. Iim
Venzon, Charlie Hap-
pcrch. Herb Foster.
The INSTITUTE is the official newspaper
published nine times this year by and in the
interest of the students of Spalding Institute.
A noticeable change was made in the form of
this year's paper as the page size was lessened.
Another change gave the INSTITUTE eight
This yearis eo-editors, Ioe Miller and Phil
Kronenberg, have done an excellent job in
giving the paper's numerous readers "all the
Spalding news that is fit to print."
The INSTITUTE is not only an instru-
ment Which provides thc students with news,
gosip, features, and important announcements,
but it gives to its large staff rr splendid oppor-
tunity of gaining experience in writing.
Lett to right: Phil Kronenberg, Jim Molchun
Many changes were made in the Academy
Compact this year. New features were incorporat-
ed while several of the old favorites remained. A
capable staff headed by Bernadine Reising. editor-
in-chief, Marilyn Bachler, managing editor, Martha
Davis, business manager, and Sister Ursula Marie
and Sister Mary Urbana, as faculty and business
advisors, respectively worked untiringly to meet
tliir deadlines. Many hours of diligent work were
needed to prepare new features, including pictures
of classes in action and various student activities.
Their efforts were very much in evidence as an im-
proved and more interesting Compact was present-
Business rnanaqer Martha Davis writes some important
notes. as she and the other members of the business staff
tl. to r.j: Ioycs Fisher. Gail Geisler, Betty Krippel, Pat
Pio, and Mary Louise Bartolomucci, hurry to meet a dead-
and persons was written.
Reising. watches closely
as managing editor Mari-
lyn Bachler types some s
news for the next edition.
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Capable senior staff members U.
to ny: Karen Whelan, Mary Lou 5- in!
Poppen. Peggy Fagan. and Don- ' -33
na Hurst Qstandinql. discuss some gfiQ234.,.gigQ'
new features with their co-workers W' W A
il. to nb: Betsy Peplow. Ann Gra-
ham, Beverly Westberger fat win- is 4' 'Yiiffzi
dowj, Pat Perkins, md lanice 35225521,iiififgjgefzbff 3.
Photographer Ruth Monahan receives a helping hand from
Colleen Keenan as she takes a picture of the stait oi under-
classmen columnist. istanding. I. to r.J: Iudy Springston and
Mary lane Tedtord. QSeated. l. to r.J Nancy Cavannaugh. Rosie
Cushing. Ioanna O'Russa, and Sheri Miller.
with the Spirit df ChriStiai'i warfig5i54
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Father Williams, in his initial year at Spalding,
took on the task of conducting the business of both
school, as Principal, and of the Athletic department,
as its Director.
Even with the many duties which he had to per-
form in connection with scholastic life he did not
slack off in managing athletic life at school. Under
his guiding hand a good attendance at all athletic
events was assured at a savings to the fans through
the student pass.
His handling of the tickets to both the Sectional
and State final tourneys was very commendable. With
his direction every student at school was able to attend
the game at Champaign. Recalling the number of
tickets available. we can realize what a tremendous
job this was. Despite this burden he proved to be an
able administrator and a guiding light in forming the
This spirit is fostered
Father Williams tuiks things over
with Couch Sullivan
Pat I-leyd. Captain
Vee Ellen Bzmiqued
by our instructors and directors
Through the year the most consistent and faithful fans
were these seven girls. These official representatives from the
AOL to the athletic teams led the fans in rousing cheers,
building the morale during a losing season in football, and
through a winning one in basketball right up to Champaign
and the State Finale.
ln many cases the girls had to supply their own trans-
portation to the out-of-town games, but they were in attend-
ance at even our most-distant games. All of these fair dam-
sels deserve a lot of praise for their loyalty.
Front row, left to right: D. Armitage iFootbal1J, D. Stauffer lFooLbalI5, A. Ross
lliootballi. A. I-Iaege tFootba1l?, J. McLaughlin tFootba1lJ. F. Karpowia Woot-
tialll, L. Gaffney Uiaseballl, T. Mounts 4FootbalD, C. Huber iBaseballJ P. Mc-
Grath flfootballl, F. Finnegan ilfootballt, Middel row, same order: J. Troy iBa,se-
bulll, D. Stull flfootballl, D. Wort 4BowlingJ, J. Molchan fGolfl, G. Coughlan
1Basketba1ll, J. McFarlane tFootballl, P. Mitsules llfootbalh, T. Doyle 1Foot-
balll. T. Corey llfootballl. Back row, same order: J. Lintz CBaseballl, E. Young
iliootballb, B. Ricci 1Baseballi, J. Hannon Kliowlingl.
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time at Peru, and 13-0 at the end of three quarters,
fought back to within one point, 13-12, and a final
drive fell short at the gun. Our offense which had
been poor the whole year finally got moving at the
Alleman game but it was not good enough as the
Pioneers took the decision 36-21.
The Pekin game was complete misery as the
Chinks walked to a 32-0 victory. After a season-long
famine of wins, except for the first game, it was in-
deed a welcome decision over Cathedral 47-0 in the
Front row, left to right: Manager M. Shea, J. Shea, P. Dusen-
berry, J. Lee, C. Buckler, M. Dentino, L. Gaffney, R. Berg, J. San-
ders. B. Ricci, L. Sheets, Manager P. Hollis.
Middle row, same order: T. Mounts, T. George, P. Nash, K.
Selberg, J. McFarlane, J. Butler, J. Botian, P. Mitsules, D. Soldatl
Back row, same order: Coxvch E. Uranich, D. Stull, T. Corey,
J. MacLaughlin, D. Armitage, F. Karpowicz, A. Ross, D. Stauffer,
A. Haege, T. Doyle, P. McGrath, F, Finnegan, E. Young.
Sr.. Captain, Haliback. tMost Valuable Back.l
Sr.. Quarterback, Honorary Captain.
Starting Irish. front row, left to right: T. Corey, J. McLaughlin, J.
McFarlane, D. Stull, D. Stauffer, A. Haege, E. Young. Bac-k row, same
order, D. Armitage, A. Ross, F. Karpowicz P. McGrath,
aided by the team's
Spalding , Schlarman
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Spalding . ,. ,, . ,. East Peoria ,,,, ..,,.,2l
Spalding ., Central .,.,,., ...2S
Spalding .. . . . Woodruff ,... M21
Spalding . , Manual ,.., ,,,,. . J18
Spalding , St. Bede's , ,, ,,,..,, ,l'3
Spalding ,, Alleman .. ,,,. ,36
Spalding Pekin ,, , H32
Spalding , Cathedral
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TERRY DOYLE TOM COHEY
Sr., Captain, Guard, JIM MC!-HUGH!-ON Jr., Captain, End, Most Valuable Lim-man.
Most Sportsmanlike Player Sr., Captain, Tackle Most Improved Player
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AL ROSS TIM MOUNTS EHNIE YOUNG FRANK FINNEGRN
Sr,, Captain, Fullback. Sr., Defensive I-Ialfback. Jr., End. Jr., Captain, Quarterback
DAN STULI. IO!-IN MCFARLANE
Jr., Center Jr,, Lim-backer
A desperation tackle
THE FIGHTING IRISH
Front iou left to right J Lintz T Nclson J Voegele, D. Dwyer, B. Ricci, P. Couri, J. Franken, F. Finnegan.
Back IUVH same order F Knrpouicz G Coughlan, J, Fraseo, Coach D. Sullivan, R. Berg, T. Troy, D. Stull.
the realities of life:
Coach Don Sullivan deserves a lot of praise lor the
job he did with the Fighting Irish this year. In his first
season at the Institute he did what only one other Coach
has done in the ten years since Spalding entered the
I.H.S.A., that is, he took the team down to the State
Championship. It was a tremendous feat and a very
unexpected one, as Spalding, at the beginning of the year
wasn't even given a chance to go.
The Irish opened the season with close victories over
Mason City, 69-67, Woodruff, 54-52. and DePue, 79-73.
The following game was a breather for the fans after the
exciting ones which preceecled it as we walked by I-Ienry,
65-44. The next two were close victories as the squad
defeated Central 61-57, and then Corpus Christi, 66-64,
in an overtime.
The Washington game was billed the game of the
the ones who gain
A FROSH - SOPH BASKETBALL
First row. left to right: D. Skcndor, U. Jackson, D. Crank, C. Hickey, R. Br.-rg, L.
Gnffnoy, J. Bullor. Second row, same order: D. Cain, T. Pcrsich, K. Sikns-. M. Hnlcy, C.
Gavin, J. Janovetz, D, McCann Third row same order: D. Mnlitor, R. Arnold, T, Joyce,
A. Hahn, T. Baker, J. Hidewnld.
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Geno snakes in for rx layup.
les for a jump hall.
undefeated. both teams having identical recordsg with
fight and real spirit the team defeated the taller Panth-
ers by three points. The Irishmen then scored successive
victories over Greater Peoria rivals, East Peoria, Manual
and Limestone, were upset by tough Alleman and then
came back with wins over Limestone, Trinity, and East
It was here that the crew hit a slump, losing games
to Central and Alleman by two points apiece and to
Woodruff in the worst game of the year 72-58. The
Irish came back the following night and ran up one of
the highest totals ever scored in the new gym by beating
Corpus Christi, 94-49. The Trinity contest was sort of
slow as the team was looking toward the Pekin game-
the final score, 66-54. The long-awaited clash between
the titan and the giant killer of the Peoria Area was a
good battle with the titan, Pekin, winning by a slim two
They wrapped up the season with victories over
Henry and Manual by comfortable margins and headed
for the Regional at Trewyn with a l7-5 record.
Karp jumps for a one-hander.
the most of this spirit
Fo rw u rd,
Co-Cnplnin, F.G, Pct. .459,
.746, All-Stole, Special
Forward, Co-Captain, F.G, Pct. 431,
F.T. Pct. 642, Sectional All-Stal'
Team, Co-Most Sporlsnmnlike
FRANK FINNEGAN IACK l-'RBSCO
Guard, F.G. Pct. 404, F.T. Pct. 710, Center, F.G. Pct. 399, F.T
Most Improved Player. State tournament team Ilon
RON BEHG IACK LINTZ
nter, F.G. Pct. 559, F.T. Pct, 582, Guard, F.G. Pct. .337, F.T. Pet.. TOE VUEGE7-5 HM TROY
Sectional All-Star team. .783, Free throw trophy winner. Guard, FG. Pct, .295, F.T. Pct. 1345. Center, F.G. Pct. .333, F.T. Pct 611
East Peoria tails to stop Karpy
are best able
The Manual Regional, considered one of the tough-
est in the state, had Spalding opening against Chilli-
cothe. The game was surprisingly easy for a regional
game as Chilli was soundly trounced El-47. The next
two games weren't so easy though. We slipped by Wood-
ruff by one point and squeaked to a welcome victory over
Central on a last-seconcl basket by Ron Berg, 54-53.
The Sectional which sent the team to the state
wasn't as hard as the Regional had been, as they coasted
to 62-47 and 64-45 wins over Normal and Canton
respectively. After a gigantic send-off to Champaign,
the team had a little lapse in the first game and lost
54-52 to Lincoln.
Through the entire season the Varsity showed that
old Fighting Irish spirit which had been lacking in teams
of recent years. Under the tutelage of Coach Sullivan
they turned out to be a great team and developed many
worth-while characteristics to aid them in future years.
Gunrd, FG. Pct. .545, F.T. Pct. .333
Guard. F.G. Pct. 350, F.T. Pct, L000.
Guard, F,G. Pct. .300, F.T. Pct, .OOO.
Spalding ...... ..,..... 6 9 Mason City ............ G7
Spalding ..,... .,,,.... 5 4 Woodruff ,...., .....,. 5 2
Spalding ...... .. ...... 79 De-pue . ..,..... ..... . .73
Spalding ...... .,...... 6 5 Henry .,.,.,...... ,...... 4 1
Spalding .,.... .....,.. 6 1 Central ......,.,,......,.., 57
Spalding ...... ...,,.,, G 6 Corpus Christi .....,.. 64
Spalding ...... ,,...... 6 9 Washinglon ............ G6
Spalding ...... ,....... 6 9 East Peoria .......,,,.. 58
Spalding . ...,. ........ 6 1 Manual ,..,...... ...,... G O
Spalding ...... .....,.. 7 8 Limestone ........ ....., 6 El
Spalding ...... ........ 5 0 Alleman ,... . .......... 59
Spalding ...... ........ 4 T Limestone ,.,. ,,... . .44
Spalding .,.... ,,...,..
Spalding ...... ........
Spnlding ...... ........ G 2
East Peoria ,...........
Spalding ...... ....,... W oodruff ..............,, 72
Spalding ....... ..,.,,,. 9 4 Corpus Christi ........ 49
Spalding .,.,... ........ 6 6 Trinity ...... ........,.. , .,.. 5 4
Spalding .,...,. ........ 6 S Pekin .,,.... ,.... ..... 7 0
Spalding ,. ,..,,... ........ 9 0 Henry ......... ....,..... - 47
Spalding ........... 78 Manual ....,...,........ ...62
Spalding .......,,...,..... S1 Chillicothe .............. 47
Spalding .................. 62 Woodruff ........ ..G1
Spalding ..............,... 54 Central ....,,..,........... 53
Spalding ....,............. 62 Normal C.H.S. ,......, -17
Spalding ................ M64 Canton ..,. ., .......l...... 45
STATE HN ALS
Forward, FG. Pct. .000
FT. Pct. .666
Spalding . ...... ......., 5 2 Lincoln ....... , ......
to face difficulties.
Top, Iunior's special jump
Bottom, Couri lays one in
Front row, left to right: Blll
Fisher. Jerry Constantine, Jim Hun'
non, Joe Wiles. Vic Appr-lt, Pnl,
O'Conneil, Ralph Tomlin, Henry
Back row, left to right: Dan Bur-
thell, Tom Zant, Frank Pnlladini.
Dave Swanson, Pat Galvin, Don
Wort, Jim Venzon, Duane Soldnli.
WValt Peplow, Bernie Zuni,
Ready to Bowl
Down the lane
Brother Schofiman, Ticket Manager
is not wasted
This year the Bowling Team at Spalding showed its domin-
ance over the city by defeating both Manual and Woodruff in meets.
The team, which was separated into four squads, was led by Ieiry
Constantine and Don Wort, members of the Little Varipapas . . .
Brother Sehoffman proved himself a very able administrator during
the year, handling the sale of tickets at all school events and distribut-
ing the tickets to the Sectional and State Final Tourneys ....
This year's varsity football and basketball teams were ably aided dur-
ing the season by Steve O'Donnell, official scorer, Tim Mounts, offi-
cial statistician and by jim Shea who did a great job as manager of the
team. These boys deserve a lot of thanks.
Standing: Steve O'Donnell
and Tim Mounts
Kneeling: lim Shea
Intramural Basketball Champs
Kneeling-Bill Woulfe and George Murray.
Standing. left to right-Tim Mounts, Jack Zeng,
Jim lVIaslerson, Put. Boyle, Phil Coogan.
This year, as in the past, the student body was
supplied with a well-rounded source of physical ac-
tivity. The intramural Program provided those pupils
unable to participate in varsity athletics a chance to
play in competitive contests. Basketball, volleyball,
pushball, track and soccer are some of the sports
which were available. These, which were under the
direction of Coaches Uranich and Sullivan, were en-
joyed greatly by the students. In the fall and spring
the P. E. classes worked out at Morton Square in the
as athletics help a student
"and away we go"
lTopl "They're off" fTopj "Run, Run"
fBottomJ "Smash that ball" Bottom! "Where's the ball?"
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Most Rev. William E. Cousins. DD.
Bishop of Peoria
Rt. Rev. Msgr. George A. Carton
Rt. Rev. Msgr. Patrick O'C. Culleton
Rt. Rev. Msgr. Maurice P. Sammnn
Very Rev. Msgr. Gill Middleton
Very Rev. Msgr. R. G. Peters
Rev. Ralph Aldrich
Rev. Hienc Clesielski
Rc-v. Michael Coffey
Rev. A. A. Cunningham
Rev. James J. Fay
Rev. Wllllam Feeney
Rev. James Fitzgerald
Rev, Charles Fogarty
Franciscan Fathers of St. Boniface
Rev. Joseph Gordon
Rev. E. L. Gosybowski
Rev. E. J. Hettlnger
Rev. Edward E. Kusch
Rev. Robert C. Livingston
Rev. C. D. Martin
Rev. A. L. Mey
Rev. Bernard Rank
Rev. Nicodemus Russo
Rev. Martin J. Spalding
Rev. George E. Wuellner
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Banlquerl
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bertetto
Dr. and Mrs. George D. Best
Drs. P. B. Bianco and Paul R. Blough
R. J. Bickerman, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Bray
Mr. l. J. Bride
Wllllam T. Brophy
Mr, and Mrs. Edward E. Cashman
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cassidy
Morris H. Cohen, M. D.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Colgan
Mr. and Mrs. E, V. Coughlon
Mrs. John J. Cychol, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Giunta
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Grawey
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Grimler
Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Hagemann
Joseph L. Hecht
Mr. and Mrs. George llelnz
O. Frank Heinz Construction Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Heinz
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heyd
Dr. W. H. Holbrook
Mrs. Paul Jones
Mrs. Ernest S. Kaylor
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Konvalinkn
Mr, and Mrs. Ray Mackie
Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Manning
Dr. and Mrs. Phlllp R. McGrath
Mr. and Mrs. Phil McGrath
Academy Mothers' Guild
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Peplow
Mr. and Mrs. George Reising
Mrs. Dorothy Reynolds
Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Rogers
W. J. Roche. M. D.
Geo. J. St. Germain
St. Joseph's Sodality
St. Viator Chapter, National Honor
Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Sander
Fred Schotthofer, Jr.
Academy Senior A
Academy Senior B
Academy Senior C
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sommer
Academy Student Council
Dr. Ralph S. Sullivan
Tobler Transfer Co.
Dr. Clarence V. Ward
Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward
Dr. Charles H, Williams
Christ blessesioxir i1s peopSl6
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.- ,R 1437 south lefferson
X X 5 .
N WMQX Below MacArthur Hwy
SN 4 i 4 Q2 ' . '
4 Phone 4-2145
EARL GRIMM FOOD MARKET
324 Bradley Avenue
0. FRANK HEINZ
THE HENRY NEWS-REPUBLICAN
fdnhn fdarnha Svtuhin
MILK and ICE CREAM
Hou' would you answer this question? It
came from an eigbtl: grade student as a
part of a class citizenship project.
IIERE'S THE WAY A CATERPILLAR
EXECUTIVE ANSWERED IT:
"To describe a good citizen in a few
words is most difficult-much like try-
ing to describe our great country in a few
words. However, some qualifications of
a good citizen certainly would be:
0 A fundamental belief in God.
0 A deep sense of honesty and integrity.
0 Moral character above reproach-the
result of personal convictions rather than
fear of public opinion.
I An interest in one's community cou-
pled with a willingness to work long
and hard for its betterment.
0 A true sense of value, recognizing that
there is no such thing as something for
nothing. Everything we achieve, every-
thing we get, must be earned.
0 A love of the freedoms guaranteed by
our Constitution and Bill of Rights, and
a willingness to protect these freedoms.
0 A desire to search for and find the
truth and not be swayed by the emotions
0 A sense of duty when it comes to ex-
ercising our great American privilege of
voting, based on thoughtful considera-
tion of the issue or office involved-and
the same sense of duty when jury, mili-
tary or public office responsibilities
should be met.
It is difficult indeed to describe citizen-
shi in a few words. 1 hope these
thoughts will be helpful."
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
Adams St. at Garden
Sth and Franklin
Phillips 66 Service
for your car
Leave it while you shop
zos MAIN sr. suppugs
X ' x F
. We Q
Peoria's Only Store Devoted Exclusively
To Supplying Artists
Run by Artists-for Artists
BOG1lRD'S DRUG STORE NO. 2
1615 Prospect Rd.
BARTH BROTHER'S GROCERY
French Fried Popcorn
Chili "Ready to Serve"
n Peoria-By Union Employees
A Name Tllat's Known 43 National Brands
Popular Prices Too!
With FOUR Great Stores
'in Peoriarea to Serve You
LEITER ELECTRICAL CO.
Electrical Contracting Engineers
Shoe Salon Outlet Store
f Hum., numy. 410 Fayette St.
340 Fulton 211 Fulton Peoria, Ill.
Family Store Pekin Store
uw. QI." ---101m"
201 S. jcifersrm 323 Cmnt
Compliments Earn A Preferred Retum on Savings
HADDAD'S SUPER MARKET
"Store of Quality Foods"
509 Wisconsin St. - Open 7 days
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
And Loan Association Of Peoria
lll North jefferson Phone 6-0811
"The Place For Savings"
HERB HEINZ "BB" SERVICE
227 Loucks Avenue
Official Railroad Inspection
Longincs - Witt11auer WGZCIIPS
Phone 5-9862 Peoria, Illinois
We We 5 8' H Gwen 5"""Pf 225 so. Adams Peoria 111.
George . Wilbur '
GEO. 1. no'r1111N co.
. A. 81 W. ROOT BEER
Millwork -1 Lumber
700 Iohnson Street Peoria, Illinois
Compli t f
A you'I1 see . . .
V ru X
LE Q M5 , WONDERFUL ,
9 Qs f ,f FASHIONS
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J Q FOR IUNIQRS
THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF PEORIA
Member Federal Deposit Ins C p t
IOHN E. WALSH HND CO.
Best llfislics from
IRIONS' CONCRETE BLOCK CO.
IRIONS' QUALITY CONCRETE CO
Concrete and Lite-weight building units
Ready Mixed Concrete
Chillicothe l I2
BEETLER BEAUTY SERVICE DUST Au. MANUFACTURING co.
HELENE 125 5. Madison Sanitary, Chemical and Janitorial Supplies
GRAYSON'S 104 S. Adams for
BROOK'S 221 S. Adams
nnnmrs isoo sheridun Schools, Hospitals, Factories, Homes
K!-ElN'5 Sheridan Villugb
Sf- Fwncis HOSPHUI 127 S, Water St. --M l,Qlll'lIl, Ill.
Wm. Beetler, Owner Phone 4-2338
Buy direct from the mine
High grade lnwzil coal
,ump V - Egg v Nut ,A Oil-trcntccl 3 Stukur
ZHBORHC COAL CO.
X xwnml Park Pcuriai, Illinois
lvwelers and Silucrsmilhs
Corner Main and Madison
Gifts that last
HALEY TRANSFER CO.
And Time Service
Watches, Diamonds, jewelry
lst National llaink lllclg. l'corizi 2,
R. I. HEINZ
General Con tractor
llllj Nortlicrcst .Xvcnuu Telephone 2-5835
l'cori:i 4, Illinois
3500 N. Shcriclzin Road
W. T. GRANT
20l S. Adams
Known for Values
DRUGS - PRESCRIPTIONS
ll:cl.unE and Pnosrzcv
CRAWFORD'S STANDARD SERVICE
l'l:xmilton and jefferson
Lubrication - Washing
Atlas Tires and Batteries
SPRINGER - BIIRKLUND CO.
607 Main Street
Notions Fountain Supplies
3915 N. Sheridan
tinigrzitulzitimis to thc Class uf '55
WRIGHT and SALMON MORTUARY
202 N. Nanlisuil .Xvcnuc
For Home - Factory - Office
E. I. MAUSHARD
CENTRAL FIXTURE COMPANY
708 Main Street Peoria, Illinios
H. J. Hart R. L. Watkins
GLASS AND MIRROR CO.. INC.
32:1 5. Wnslilligtmi Struct l'curi:i, lll,
Night l'lmnL' 6-3402
"A Bank You'lI Like"
Jefferson Trust and Savings Bank of Peoria
Member Federql Dep it Insurcn-nee Cprporatio
Sl0.0lJ0 Maximum Insurance to Each Deposltor
ILLINOIS FRUIT 6- VEGETIIBLE
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Daily
533 M :xiii 3-0623
We make fruit baskets to order
SCOTT'S SUPER SERVICE
Motor tune-up with Sundiagnosis equipment
Carburetor Repair - Complete Brake Service
We give S 8: H Green Stamps
616 Wisennsin Ave.
"The Friendly Storen
Hardware - Auto Supplies - Paints
5108 Priispect, l'eiiri:i Ileiglits
Senditto . . .
Cleaning and Dyeing Service
Telephone 6-6156 706 Main St
l'curi:i's Muster Cleznier and Dyer
Used exclusively in the
Academy of Our Lady Cafeteria
' 0. FRANK HEINZ
Our Service Makes Us Grow
CARRIGAN 5. YOUNG
301 First Ave.
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
Bottlers of Nehi Flavors and Royal Crown Cola
2010 Main St.
lk-st Wishes to the llrzuluatcs
THOMAS L. HEINZ
- LARRY -
Mason Contractor L' R' MFG'
420 l'm'ori:x .-Xvu. Pcurizl, Ill.
BOB POPPEN'S MARKET
1002 Lincnln .Xvcnuc
ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL
School of Nursing
A R T ' S
SPALDING 8. ACADEMY
COUNCIL NO. 3507
I. T. BOWER MOTORS INC
828 Main St.
YOUR BUICK DEALER
GEORGE Q. PASQUEL CO.
I o r
SCHOOLS. RESTAURANTS AND HOSPITALS
GEO. PASQUEL - BOB MARTIN
CLYDE LACKEY - PAUL DENNIS
Bradley University is one of the nation's strong medium-sized universities.
Bradley University is large enough to offer a wide variety of courses and
activities-small enough to be friendly and personal.
Bradley University maintains the highest accreditation, a distinguished fac-
ulty, and a broad curriculum with more than sixty maior fields of studv.
Bradley University has more than a hundred clubs, sororities, and fraterni-
ties, offering a wide range of activities and interests.
Bradley University possesses an excellent Air Force ROTC unit.
Bradley University has a cosmopolitan student body, personal student-
faculty associations, and a highly cultural free lecture-arts program.
Bradley University has a place for you.
SUMMER SESSIONS, 1955 FALL TERM BEGINS
June B - JuIy 14 September 12, 1955
July 14 - August 18
For zidditirmzxl information:
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
"PHOTOGRAPHY IS FUN"
CAMERAS 0 PROJECTORS 0 SCREENS
DARKROOM SUPPLIES 0 RENTALS
0 CUSTOM PHOTO FINISHING 0
PEORIA CAMERA SHOP
5.19 Main. Uppusitv Imst Officu
Hulwcr Sammis Pcurizn, III. ,Inc Iiiltun
M. S. CARVER LUMBER CO.
706 Iicsurvuir Illvd. - On IVzu' Mcmuriul llliu
I'lmnc 2-6609 fur the Ifinust in Lumber
CLOTHING - HATS - FURNISHINGS
ANDREEN NORDWALL CO.
127 S. .I L'1.fl'I'SU11 I'lumv: 5-2553
Where Food Is Really Tasty
1809 Pruspcct Rmul
"Congratulations to the Class of 1955"
81 AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Every Thing in Warm Air Heating
3025 N. .AIIIIIIIS St., Peoria, III.
PEKIN RADIO TELEVISION DOCTORS
Motorola TV Sales and Service
3-IS .Inn Iilizn Strvct Pekin. Illim
3205 N. Slwrimlam
THE CLASS OF 1955
Marcy Vocgclc Stcnoish
Class of '33
Super Market - Tavern
First :xi Mc.Xrthur Iliglmwng
L'O1X1I"1.lM1iN'l'S 0 If
IIIIY 6: MIKE MHROON
120, 7th Ave.
COURI BROS. SUPER MARKET
1101 S. jefferson Ave.
Quality Meats and Groceries
FREE DIQLIVIQRY SIERVICE ! !
THE FLOWER BOX
Lurruine X Harold Ix'Illl'lCIICl'
Flowers and Gifts for All Occasions
3601 Prospuct Road
Phones: Shnp 2-55715 Ros. 6-5980
Am bulance Service
PEKIN REFRIGERIITOR COMPANY
Sales and Service
17 South Second Strcct
IIICK 6 BII.I.'S
SPORTING GOODS STORE
206 Malin St.
CALL JOHN M. O'CONNELL
0 ' C 0 N N E I. I..
PLUMBING AND HEATING SERVICE
503 .-Xvulun l'l. Pcuriu. Illinuis
F. MEYER G BRO. CO.
1311 S. :Xdzuns
HARDWARE AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES
GEORGE MURRAY TIRE CO.
M 0 N T E F U S C 0
HEATING AND sl-:EET Ml-:TAL
BLUE RIBBON FOODS
AMERlCA'S CUP COFFEE
THE OHKFORD CO.
TOBIN DRUG STORE
1501 Main at Shcrimlan
Pl 3 6563
JAMES S. FLANIGON, President
INSURANCE COMPANY 1 I g
A s'rocK commxnv PEORIA ILLINOIS
ELMO G. GUECKS, Secretary, Treasu e
lbok I IIUITAGE
FIRST IN FRESHNESS
FIRST IN FLBVOR
FIRST AGAIN RT THE
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Best wishes to all of you from all of us.
"That Crowley Crew"
CRDWLEY BROTHERS INC.
PEORIII 7-UP BOTTLING C0
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INSURANCE BROKERS AND ENGINEERS
IEFFERSON ' BUILDING
NEWMAN AND ULLMAN
c A N D 1 E s
THE CENTER'S PLEHSIN
. IN EVERY sEAsoN
c -'U AT THE
C. Y. C.
KENNEDY CLEANERS 8. LAUNDRY
szwn loaf., ON CASH 5. cAnnY
PICK UP AND DELIVER
C03 I XC1 ONT PUONI' 6 6162
QA? Central National Bank
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KEENAN'S SPORTING GOODS
514-510 Main St. 4-9165
BOURSCHEIDT ELECTRIC CO.
All You Require - When You Wire
601 Hanssler Place
I-'rom earliest childhood on
throughout lite. dairy foods give
us happy eating for good health.
And. always. Sealtest dairy foods
are unequalled for treshnoss. lla-
vor, purity and nutrition.
get the best .... get
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Watlbeck, Jim Hnnnon, Dun Brnncl- M I L K 8 I C E C R E A M
dus and Tvrry Doyle.
Commercial National Bank of Peoria
Adams and Liberty Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
PERE MARQUETTE MOTORS, INC
Your Lincoln-Mercury Dealer
SIS Alain Street 6-4671
L. B. Hilpas
60.5 lViscnnsin .Xvcnuc l'hunc 2-4739
Congratulations to the Class of '55
SUI lfirsl .Kun Plume 4-S7311
Quality Groceries and Meats for 37 Years
SIDNEY HARRISON COMPANY
OPAL HALL SHOPPE
244 South vlcffcrsmm .Xvcnuc
Millinery 0 Sweaters
Skirts 0 Jewelry
Blouses 0 Hand Bags
Perfumes 0 Hosiery
RUSS FISCHER SHELL SERVICE
324 Pruspcct Ruud
Serving Peoria Motorists Since 1933
Service ls Our Business
Di. E . H O R A N
BILL FISHER'S STANDARD SERVICE
Atlas Tires 0 Batteries 0 Accesories
Corner ni Ilhyiic and Perry Streets
We Give S Ev' H Green Stamps
81 OXYGEN SERVICE
24 Hour Ambulance Service
IIS Kimxvillu Ave. l'co1'ia 4, Illinois
Y lT'S TIME T0-
Compliments of UM! E
EEE fluuinunm P- '
A EUFF IEI EE A J
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CHRIS HOERR :S SON CO.
Coffee Roasters - Importers - Wholesale Grocers
KNOW YOUR A B C's
Of Home Living with Electrical Ease
Add-a-wire-lilcctricsil Wiring llrought up to llzitc
qkilclitioxizil Outlets Sz Special Circuitsj
Best Way-To Save lilunuy -Get ,-XII tlw Pnwur
You Pay Fur
correct-lintrzmcciService K XVc-uk Wires
Double Safety-Prcvcm Accidents and
Electrical-F i rcs
Qualified Electrical Contractor
HEDIGER 6 MYERS
'lWhere you buy"
is just os important os
"What you buy"
Se1'ving the Peoria
area for over 100 years I
1854 - 1955
for men, women, boys
Q L If
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Face tlre future with confidence, granlu- X 9
ates. America offers you tlxe lzcst clmance I
in tl1e world to succeell. Your fine H
educational lxaclzgrouncl llas prepared 4
you io slmoulcler wlxatcver burdens you J 1
meet. You can plan your life tlxe way A lg'
you want it... and your sucf::ss zlcpencls - Known'
almost entirely upon your own iuiliativc 8
and efforts. w N
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UNITED RADIO SERVICE f"I""L'MENT5
707 Main Sl. IIIIUIIC 6-S741 OF THE
RCA - VICTOR PHILCO BOWL MOR LANES
RADIOS '- TELEVISION 2618 N. UNIVERSITY
Hi - Fi EQUIPMENT 11110.10 2-1239
Tcleplwnc 4-9513 I SMITH-CORONA TYPEWRITERS
VICTOR ADDING MACHINES
14 ALLEYS + COCKTAIL LOUNGE co-
Z29 N. ,lcffcrsmm JNVCIIIIK'
407 Lilverty St.
JOHN METZ "Bos" METZ I
AUGUST H. SCHMITZ
COMPLETE CREATIVE DECORATING
FOR YOUR HOME, OFFICE AND CHURCH
MURALS WALLPAPERIN G
4405 University Ruud, Peoria
LMI S3 PHONE 7-2232
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W onachen Industrial Supplies
3921 NORTH SHERIDAN ROAD ' PEORIA. ILLINOIS
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DEPENDABLE PLACE T0
BUY HOME FURNISHINGS
STORES IN PEORIII AND PEKIN
COM PLI M ENTS
DOYLE'S SHELL SERVICE
1600 Mm sf,
Four-Year Liberal Arts College for Women
.XPPLY TO Tllli SEClll':'l'1XRY
JACKSON .X'1' PER KY
soo N. Perry
GREEN'S DRUG STORE
C. E. GREEN, R. PH. - E.. J. DOYLE, R. PH.
lb Pllllllli 2-2876
Acnoss mom THE counmousla
HADDAD's SUpER MARKET LAUNDRY nm cumunc
50, my ,,,, Sh, MC. PI-RUCK'S PROGRESS LAUNDRY
II 2 4 0 ben M1 .i.1 st. fH1,.,. IC 6-0879
KITCHEN MADE J- W-:X
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FRESH "ms DW GRAWEY GLASS co.
SERVING - RESTAURANTS - GROCERS
INSTITUTIONS - PARTIES - BANQUETS Jm , H
Il-I I 40 2
DeKROYFT-METZ 81 CO., INC.
PHYSICIANS' SUPPLIES Q PRESCRIPTIONS
126 N. Adams Street . 1'eurin, Iliinnis
All Phones 3-3741
COURI'S FOOD TOWN
EAST PEORIA'S NEWEST and MOST MODERN
Open 7 Days -- 9 to 9
CO M PLI 111 ENTS
FRED SIEKS SHELL SERVICE
1st .-Xl Mznc.Xrthur
MCDOUGIIL R- HIIRTMIINN CO.
ENGINEERS - CONTRACTORS
1500 N. .-Xdznns Street Phnne 3-3642
CADILLAC SALES 8: SERVICE
CIIDILLIIC PONTIIIC CO.
eoMP1.1mENTs ov '1'lI1i
BEVERLY BARBER SHOP
mmm 3-3777 1805 Knoxville I'hnne 2-S410
COW WW OF IOSEPH Bnos. SUPER MARKET
I A Y 1 S GROCERIES, MEATS AND VEGETABLES
550 South :Xdzxms St. ALL KINDS OF POULTRY
Phones 4-9255 - 4-9254 101 Ilulbert
funds the door open
Block 8 lsuhl Co
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ou will lincl all oi tiiesc aucl many more at Bionic E' Kulil Co.. wilere
IO stored ami a Central Buying Olllice arc rearly to siiow you wiiy
tlicre are a greater variety oi opportunities in time retail fielcl tiian
Yes. tile door is opcn to all wlio are interested in a clepartment store
career. and "opportunity" is lcnoclcing every clay. Blocic 5 Kuial is
growing. and you can grow with it.
Wviiy clonit you "compare notes" witim time Personnel Director. and
see il Block 5' Kuiil Co. doesnt lnave to olier just what you are
looking lor in a career? You are always welcome!
, , Block 8 Kuhl Co. Peoria, Illinois
Prom oruwzt wmwsnoi Mauna
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Central Distribution, 801 S. Washington St. DANVILLE mein Rock xsumu DAiiiiiiLiiEMSgsi7RE
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Posed. hy: Bob Womhacher, Mary Grimm. Pat Boyle, Kitty Sommer.
THE ORIGINAL MURPHY'S
5720 Knuxvillc Avenue
Sole owners-George and Lucille Murphy
Finest in Foods 0 Cocktail Lounge
514,516 Main St. 4-9165
The members of the 1955 Summa Staff of the Academy and Spalding
wish to acknowledge their gratitute to all who have helped in any way to
edit this book. Special appreciation is given to those who have been out-
standing in their assistance and cooperation.
The faculty and student body for their hearty support.
Our patrons and advertisers for their financial assistance.
PLANNING AND ADVICE
Reverend Raymond Novacek, C.S.V, and Sister Clare Edmond, C.S.I.--
Mr. 1. L. Sronce, yearbook consultant for the Peoria Engraving Co..
without whose constant help, advice, and planning this book would
not be a reality.
Mr. Eugene Voss of Fabry studios, who gave many hours of his time tak-
ing pictures for our division pages and the Academy group pictures.
Mr. Dan VVoodIey of Fabry studios-Academy senior pictures, and the
use of the pictures of Bishop Cousins and the Academy building.
Iohn Iacobs Studio-Spalding senior pictures and various group pictures.
Mr. Thomas Prechel-Underclassmen pictures.
The Peoria Iournal and the Peoria Star--sports pictures especially pic-
tures of tournament games.
Reverend R. C. Livingston-Use of the CYC.
Peoria Engraving Company.
Mr. Richard Finfgeld, Mr. jim Henderson, and the staff of the Henry
S. K. Smith Company, Chicago, Illinois.
Mr. Henry A. Pfisterer ol the Peoria Book Bindery.
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