Academy of Our Lady / Spalding Institute - Summa Yearbook (Peoria, IL)
- Class of 1957
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Academy Oi Our Lady Of The
The Academy of Our Lady through nine-
ty-four years has seen old doors close as
new ones opened to meet the growth of
existing times. ln l863 Bishop Duggan of
Chicago brought seven Sisters of Saint Io-
seph to Peoria. Father Abram Ryan, famed
poet of the S-outh, was then pastor of Saint
Mary's Church. The first convent was a two
room house l-ocated on the corner of lef-
ferson and Hancock. Soon the house called
King's Place, near the corner of Madison
and Hamilton, was acquired. A third move
was made to a convent on the corner of
Iefferson and Fayette Streets. The school
grew and the Academy of Our Lady of
the Sacred Heart was erected on the corner
of Madison and Bryan. ln l87l one gra-
duate, Anna McKenzie of Pekin, was the
first to open the doors to the long line of
girls who have claimed the Academy as
their alma mater. g
After the erection of the see of Peoria
in l877, both the Academy of Our Lady
and Spalding lnstitute enjoyed the patron-
age and active interest of the illustrious
"God reveals Himself in mariyfwaysf'
The first in a long line of academy girls
who gave themselves to god in religious
communities was Susan Crowley, Sister Ter-
esa Louise, C.S.I. History records of her:
"Even as a school girl, Sister Teresa gave
promise of the talent which she later de-
veloped as a prolific writer of good prose
and exquisite verse." ,
As we read on we smile, for we realize
that "the old order changethf' A report
card then was called a Monthly Bulletin
and the curriculum listed such subjects as:
Physical Geography, Natural Philosophy,
Astronomy, Written and Intellectual Arith-
metic, and Fancy Work. On an old gradu-
ation program we learn that "the young
ladies danced the Bose Bud Polka."
This year we saw the doors of the Old
Academy closed for ever. To meet new
expansion needs, the old landmark in Peo-
ria was razed, and in its place will be
erected a new faculty convent.
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This drawing by Mr. Hamilton Dox, architect, is of the new faculty convent which will be located on the site of the old Academy. The building will
be ready for occupancy about September 1958. lt will provide living quarters for twenty-four sisters and a chapel which will have a seating space tor
thirty-two persons. In addition to the faculty quarters and the chapel the plans provide for two new classrooms and a student lounge.
Most Rev. William E. Cousins. D.D.
Bishop of Peoria
God reveals His Way to us through our dear leader, Bishop William E.
Cousins. Early in our senior year he opened with us Catholic Youth Week.
There at the Academy-Spalding assembly he clearly showed us our respon-
sibility it We Would be Catholic leaders.
We appreciate all you have done for us and are glad in this issue ot
SUMMA to pledge our loyalty to you, Bishop Cousins. We promise to live
lives according to the Christian principles taught us. Thus We shall make
God better known and loved.
AND THROUGH OUR FOUNDERS .
Very Rev. Louis I. Querbes
THE CLERICS OF SAINT VIATOR
The Clerics -ot Saint Viator Cor Viatoriansl owe their origin to the Very
Rev. Louis I. Querbes. ln l828 Father Querbes organized a group ot young
men Whose sole aim was to give religious instruction to children. ln l839,
the new community received papal approval.
The sanctification ot its members, the teaching of Christian doctrine,
and the service of the holy altar are the aims ot the community. Many
Viatorians are associated with institutions of higher education. They also
assist in parishes, preach missions, and many volunteer for Foreign Mis-
TO WHCM WE DEDICATE THIS SUMMA
Sisters of Saint Ioseph
The Sisters ot Saint loseph have labored through three centuries,
crowned at intervals with martyrdom ot the guillotine during the French
Revolution and during excesses ot World Wars.
M-other Saint Iohn Fontbonne sent six sisters to America in l836. They
have flourished in the New World and now number l5,202 in the United
States, with 2,000 in Canada. From these foundation sisters are now working
in Puerto Rico, Hawaiian lslands, Solomon lslands, New Guinea, Australia
and Iapan. During eighty-tour years the sisters have given devoted service
to the people ot Peoria, Illinois.
Mother St. Iohn Fontbonne
Spalding Institute Faculty
REV. CHARLES R. WILLIAMS
REV. MANUEL LOUGHRAN, C.S.V., M.A.
Director of Guidance, Spanish, Religion, Director of Singers.
REV. EDWARD HEITJAN, C.S.V., A.B.
Dean of Studies, Senior Class Moderator, Moderator of National Honor
Society, Algebra, Geometry, Religion, Trigonometry, Solid Geometry,
REV. FRANCIS WILLIAMS, C.S.V., M.S.
Treasurer, English, Student Council Moderator
REV. MANUEL LOUGHRAN
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REV. EDWARD HEITJAN
REV. FRANCIS WILLIAMS
Jim Cable James Anderson and Mike King are ably assisted by Fa ler Anderson in the mlerprea
lion o The pic BEOWULF
REV. PHILIP CLIFFORD BROTHER JOHN DUNDAS BROTHER WAYNE DUPRIS
C.S.V. A CSV A V
Sick Leave Registrar Admission Office A Business Office
BROTHER PHILIP KENDALL REV GERALD LEAHY C S V M A BROTHER JOHN LINNAN C SV
Club Mod erafor
REV. DONALD LUND, C.S.V., B.A
History, Religion, Key Club Mo-
Father Mierszwinski, with three second year Latin students, views Gaellic War implimenls used in
early age of man. Left to right: Frank Perino, John Joyce, George Rothan, and Father Mierszwinski.
REV. W!LLIAM MAYER,
C.S.V., B.A., M.A.
History, World Civilization, Am
ericcn Social Problems, Religion,
Freshman Class Moderator
BROTHER GEORGE PICHE,
REV. E. MIERSZWINSKI,
C.S.V., B.A., S.T.L.
Religion, Latin, Sodality Moder-
ator, Junior Class Moderator
BROTHER THOMAS PlSORS,
Algebra, General Mathematics
REV. JOHN MONAHAN,
Latin, Religion, Bowling League,
Red Cross Moderator
BROTHER JEROME ORBAN, C.S.V.
REV. RAYMOND NOVACEK,
Mechanical Drawing, Art, Religion,
Camera Club, Driver Education,
BROTHER ROBERT SCHOFFMAN,
Biology, Health, Ticket Manager,
Class Of '57
Now that We are leaving our memore
able high school days, we realize the
importance of these years for our future
success and happiness. During this per-
iod a remarkable change has evolved
. . . from the first day as a meek fresh!
man fe to the final day as a ruling
As apprehensive freshmen we began
our four years with a feeling of inse-
curity, supplanted only by the desire to
reach the second plateau 4 Sophomore.
No longer "green freshies" we began
again with renewed vigor, that is typi-
cal of the sophomore. Finally with this
behind us, we entered our third year of
high school with a better relationship
among classmates, a vital asset to school
spirit, and so evident in our final year.
Now, here we are, looking forward to
our future life, but with reluctance as
we leave our alma maters, the Academy
of Our Lady and Spalding lnstitute.
Rosalie Ciociareiii and Audrey Mendes,
inrouan their untiring ettorts, have gained
ine titles of Vaiedictorian and Saiutator-
an, respectivefy, Rosalie, with an aver-
age of 94.2, was followed Closely by Au-
ey whose a eraae is 941.
Mauro Dentino and Leonard Deirozier
have reached the ,oats of Saiutatoriar:
and Vaiedictorian respectively. Both are
active in scnooi organizations and have
aeveioped to 'Neil-rounded students,
Four Years Ago, The
Senior Class Of 1957
Opened The Door To
A New Life-Different
From Any We Had
Ever Known . .
IOYCE ABRAHAM IACOB ALIG IOSEPH ALWAN MARY IEAN AMBROSCH IA'MES ANDERSON
FRANCES BECKFIELD CHARLENE BENNETT RONALD BERG RAYMOND BERGEVIN LORENZO BERTETTO
This New Realm Confronted Us With . . .
DIANE BOHLANDER DENNIS BROWN
The iop ten Academy seniors in 1957
are: Mary Craig, Joyce Abraham, Rosalie
Cicciarelli, Monica Metz, Marguerite
Cleas, Audrey Cleary, Sue Bartholomew,
Audrey Menges, and Sharon Grimm.
Missing is B. J. Code.
CHARLES BUCKLAR THERESA KAYE BURNS
PATRICIA ATKINSON NANCY BAIN SUSAN BARTHOLOMEW IULIA BARTOLO
PATRICIA BISHOP VIRGINIA BITNER IAN BLANK PAULA BLEDSOE
New Studies and Homework . . .
Only four boys were able 10 Diimin 'he
goal of an "A" average, These are:
seated-James Uhll and James Ander-
song standing-Mauro Dentino ond Leon-
IAMES BUTLER IAMES CABLE NANETTE CAIN HENRY CAMP , ROBERT CARROLL
CAROL CLOSEN BETTY IANE CODE CHARLES CONLEY GERALD CONSTANTINO MARY CRAIG
Many Extracurricular Activities . . .
LEONARD DeLOZIER 1 CAROL DEMIPSEY
Bill O'NeiI opens the door to let in
"The eager Spaldingiiesf' They are:
Marv Martin, Joe Ioerger, and Ed Kirch
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IUDITH CRAMBLETT NANCY CREMER MEARY ANN CROCKER ELAINE DAMMANN IANET DANEHY
New Experiences and New Thrills . . .
ROSE MARIE DeM'UTH MAURO DENTINO
Knowing that food is the best way to a
man's heart, Toni Castle, Pat Fredell,
and Pat Inskeep diligently practice their
training in Foods Class.
RONALD DENTINO IEANETTE DICKERSON MICHAEL DONOVAN ELFREIDA DuBOIS SUSAN DUKE
ANTHONY EISFELDER GERALD ENNIS MARGARET ENTRICAN PATRICIA EVERETTS BARBARA EVOY
We Saw Our Irish Go To State E . .
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"But Father, I wiped my feet!" cries
Chuck Hickey as .lulieann Kennedy, Mo-
nica Metz, and Chuck Bucklor enioy the
comfort of our CYC.
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DUNNE PAUL DUSENBERRY BERNARD DWYER WALTER EATON ROBERT EBEL
RILYN FAHEY LAURICE FARRIS CATHERINE FEGER PATRICIA ANN FILZEN PATRICIA FREDELL
Won First Prize For Our Sophomore Float . . .
SHARON GEORGE THOMAS GEORGE
Marilyn Shellcrosslee and Pal Ward help
Sharon Ryan and Nancy Miles through
the door leading from the once popu-
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"No dress-no dance," are the thoughts
of: Kay Feger, Marguerite Claes, ond
Roberta Whitney os they struggle through
MICHAEL GRAY SHARON GRIMM IOAN GUILFOYLE TERRY GURA IUDITH HADANK
FAROL HEATHMAN EUGENE HEINZ MLARGARET HEINZ IEANNE HEHBER CHARLES HICKEY
And Gave Qur All To the Senior Projects
TA HOULAHAN FREDRICK HOWE
Under the watchful eye of Father Leahy,
Don Nauman, Dick Persich and Jerome
Ludolph learn the fundamentals of ihe
PATRICIA INSKEEP WADE IOERGEH IEANNINE IOCHMAN BEVERLY IOHNSTON HERBERT IOHNSON
MICHAEL KENNEDY IANET KEHHIGAN MICHAEL KING EDWARD KIRCHGESSNER EAMES KNICKERBOCKER
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Jim Schupp ond Roy Romcmus poy cf- 1
SHARON KARPOWICZ EDMUND KELLY
ROBERT KNIGHT MARY KONVALINKA
ELIZABETH KEMPF IULIEANN KENNEDY
ADELE KSYCKE MARIAN KUIAWA
Worked Together .. . . And
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good by are Jim Uhll Mary Ann Croc
ker Suzie Onyun Jerry Constunhno Tom
LeMoune, and Pot Ralston.
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IERALD LEE THOMAS LEMOINE MARY LENAWAY
BARBARA LEUALLEN THERESA LEWIS
KENNETH MARCHULORES LEROY MARLIERE MARVIN 'MARTIN ARA ANN MAUK WILLIAM MAUK
Shared the Rewards of Both Together..
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Looking forward Io t h e i r czppetizing
lunch-"hot dogs," ore: Jim Butler and
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LUDO1-PH DUANE MALONEY DONALD MALSON HELEN MANN MICHAEL MANSFIELD
MCCAHTHY SHARON MCENROE STEVEN MCENROE RICHARD MCENTEE IAMES MLCINTYRE
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NITA MELONIS AUDREY MENGES
"Remember, oh most gracious Virgin
Mary . . . " are the whispered words
of Peg Polser, Nancy Cain, and Sondra
MONICA METZ IO ANN MEYER NANCEY CARROLL 'MILES SHARON MILLER SONDRA MILLER
ELLEN MURPHY MICHAEL MURRAY IOSEPH NAUER
DONALD NAUMAN IOHN NOLL
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This is Put Snider's and Carole WouIfe's
definition of "food for thought." Serving
the merchandise are Mrs. Meyers and
MIRANDE SONDRA MOI-IR IOYCE MOORE THOMAS MORRISSEY DWAYNE MORSE
O'DONNELL VERNA OHLMAN THERESA OHNEIVICUS IOHN O'NEIL SUZANNE ONYUN
For Leaving the Door Ajar . . .
MICHAEL PENCE WILLIAM PERRILLES
Preparing for that long awaited day are: 5
Mike Sack and Dwayne Morris, assisfed
by Faiher Heiiian.
RAYMOND ROMANUS BARBARA ROTH DANIEL RUGGLES
But We Leave It Open
ARON RYAN MICHAEL SACK
RITA ANN REED
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HELEN REISING WILLIAM RICCI
STEVEN SAUER FRANK SCAHILL
PETER SCI-IAUB TANYA SCI-IEERER
Bev Johnston, Julio Geier and Margie
Besl prepare for fheir hopeful voculion
in Family living Class.
MARIANNE SCHLIS SANDRA SCHUH IEROME SCHMIDT
MARILYN SHELLCROSSLEE IOYCE SHEPPARD IUDITH SHERIDAN
HAROLD SCHNEIDER IAMES SCHUPP
IAMES SIEKS SHARON SLEETH
ELIZABETH SULLIVAN MARY ANN SULLIVAN
Tom Zan! holds the object in queslion as Tony
Eisfelder and Pol Walker use i1 as a model for
their mechanical drawing.
JDITH SCHUPP MICHAEL SCOTT IUDITH SCOVIL IAMES SHEA LOUIS SHEETS
VILLIAM SMITH IOANNE SNIDER PATRICIA SNIDER CHARLES SPAULDING IAMES STICKELMAIER
In Our Footsteps
"Books and more books-and there's Q
game tonight!" exclaim Judy Clemens,
Carol Dempsey, Mary Lenoway, Jeanne
Herber, and Rosalie Cicciarelli.
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CAROL THOMPSON WILLIAM1 TROY IAMES UHLI. IEANETTE VAUGHN IOSEPH VOEGELIE
RICHARD WENNMACHER IOAN WHELAN 'ROBERTA WHITNEY THOMAS WICKERT MARGARET WILES
MARLENE KAY WURZER THOMAS ZANT SISTER GAUDENTIA, O.S.F. CHERYL IOHNSON, O.S.F
BARBARA WADE PATRICK WALKER NORA IEAN WAMSLEY PATRICIA WARD LOUISE WEBER
PATRICIA WILLIAMS ROBERT WILLIAMS IACQUELINE WILSON IAMES WISE CAROLE WOULFE
SISTER IOSEPHINE, SISTER LORETTA, O.S.F. SISTER MARIA SPECIOSA, SANDY WOODS, O.S.F.
O.S.F. O.S.F. O.S.F.
Iumors Prepare To Take
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Deciding the theme for the 1957 Junior Prom are: Jolene
Matarelli, vice-president, Christine Jacobs, secretaryg Margie
Hughes, president, and Pat O'ConneH, treasurer.
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Discussing the plans for their sophomore float are the officers.
George Rothan, president, lorry Andrews, vice-president, and
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The Doors That Are Open
Organizations take on a spotlight in developing the char-
acter ot our young Catholic youth. Learning to be leaders and
workers with God and with our Government is the primary
purpose of our Christian philosophy of education.
Picking up their tickets to distribute to their homerooms are the following Student Council Represen-
tatives: Margaret Sullivan, Jill Bartholomew, Cecile Pilon, Kathy Pickerill, Helene Cicciarelli, Judy
Watson, Sharon Grimm, Jo Ann Meyer, Michele McGrath, Pat Bondi, Susie Manschott, and Gloria
In the ticket booth are Fran Beckfield and Barb Roth.
Academy Student Council
The Student Council at the Academy of Our
Lady aims to develop citizenship and to pro-
mote better student-faculty relations. Member-
ship consists of the entire student body repre-
sented by one girl from each home room and
three senior officers. This group meets twice
a Week to discuss council projects and then
at the monthly assemblies the student body
is given a chance to express their views.
We, on the Council, feel We have accom-
plished our aims through -our sponsorship of
the Catholic magazine drive, a dance, Cour-
tesy Week, a movie, the faculty tea, a Parlia-
mentary Procedure Assembly and numerous
other activities. Proceeds of these affairs will
provide scholarships to a foreign exchange
Bringing order to one of the Student Council's
assemblies are. Judy Hadank, vice-president, Jean-
ine Jochman, president: and B. J. Code, secretary--
Student Council representatives are: seated, Mike Mironde, Bill Lamprecht, Brooks Johnson, Terry Gura, James Anderson
Mauro Dentino, Paul Dusenberry, Ken Marchulones, Leroy Marliereg standing, Terry Donahue, Bill Gaffney, Dick Bolger
Larry Andrews, George Rothan, Jim Bunce, and D. P. Cain.
Spalding Student Council
The l956-57 Spalding Student Council, corn-
posed ot the class otticers and the presidents
of each recognized organization, was the im-
pelling force behind the student activity at
Upon the Council rested the duty and privi-
lege to take command ot school activities and
social tunctions, to promote school spirit, to
encourage extra-curricular activities, and to
create a better relationship between the stu-
dent body and the faculty. The Student Coun-
cil supplied the leadership which is so vitally
important in the student tniat Spalding.
Consulting Father F. E. Williams on the Senior
Dance, are Mike Gray, president, Wayne Downing,
vice-president, and Louie Gaffney, secretary-trea-
Co-editors of the i957 SUMMA are: Bill Lamprecht, Mike Pence, Mike Gray, Susan Bartholomewg Sports editor, Herb Johnson.
Joanie Whalen and Louise Weber are checking the financial 'files Busy sorting and identifying pictures are the following SUMMA
while Sister Rose Edward, SUMMA advisor, with Terry Burns and staff members: Lori Houlahan, Julia Bartolo, Carole Langenberg,
Ja-Kee Landuyt are planning a layout. Maggie Claes, and Pat Ralston.
L a be e
Our competent business editors, Leonard Delozier and Jo Ann Meyer express their approval of the
completed ad section,
Ron Stevenson, John Maddox, Eather Novacek, SUMMA advisor, and Bill Gorman, the photo-
graphers for the SUMMA, are being photographed which is a switch for the "shutter bugs."
ACADEMY - SPALDING
The SUMMA Statt members have
combined their ettorts in time and
skill to present a panoramic view ot
the school year, ln carrying out the
theme ot the open door, we have
entered into the realm ot classes, ac-
tivities, athletics and organizations.
Looking through this yearbook, We see
how adeptly the editors and statt have
compiled their work to make this book
a memorandum ot many pleasant ex-
Checking the patrons and advertisements ore the business staff: Jim SUMMA sportswriters, Lorenzo Bertetto and Joe Holbrock, pause to
Shea, Monica Metz, Audrey Menges, Mary Konvalinko and Tom admire mementos of athletic victories displayed in Spalding's trophy
ffl Fi Hi
The official newspaper publication of Spalding,
the INSTITUTE, carried out the iob of providing the
student body and the numerous readers with features,
important announcements and "all the Spalding news
that is tit to print." News, fresh and alive, with youth-
ful viewpoint ot the topics of interest to the student
body, made this publication a part ot the colorful
lite ot high school.
A complete coverage of student life was made
Q icx ,,
Time . Place . Event . . .
possible by the INSTTTUTE under the reins of the
editor, Mauro Dentino, along with his capable statt
Which was comprised ot: Robert Lee, associate editor,
Chuck Lewis, sports editor, Robert Ptieter, feature edi-
tor and iohn Zeitz, business manager.
With the goal oi presenting the student body with
a school publication of the highest quality, the INSTI-
TUTE statt put a tremendous amount of Work into
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Composing articles for the next issue is the Editorial staff-seated:
Mauro Dentino, Bob Pfeifer, and Chuck Lewis, standing: Bob Lee ana
Checking Spalding's sports statistics is the Sports Staff-John Coffey,
Larry Bertetto, and Chuck Lewis.
Taking count of the INSTITUTE'S ads is the Business Staff-seated:
Chuck Lewis ond John Zeitsg standing: Bob Lee, Bob Pfeifer and
News, photography, layout, are the iobs of these staff members: Bill
Gorman, John Maddox, Dennis Wald-ack, Bob Lee, and Tom Scanlon.
Our Life In Print COMPACT
News events oi iiteresi to the I-.cgoehiy girls gre
pg! into print in THE ACADEMY COMPACT edited
anger the corribiiieo efiorts of the stoll grid the od-
visors. Articles, poems omg specigl iegtures Written
by the girls ore published once o month. Any owori
or honor received by on Acooemy girl, pertgiriihg to
school, is treoteo this porper, thus showing lrioxir
Cposely it reflects the Lives of the Acgoerriy girls.
The demy Compaci
MIRRORS THE ACADEMY GIRL C
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3LUixuf: iz Ac'Aiiis:.ir or out LADY. PICORIA, iiruxois, mzcmiai-LR. 1956 NUMBER 3
Carol Closen, editorp Mary Craig, associate editor, Sister Ursula Marie, Writing articles for the next edition are: Terry Ratool, Jean Tull, Judy
advisor. May, Evelyn Hoehni, Adele Ksycki, and Margaret DuBois.
Comparing news items tor the COMPACT are: Mary Lenaway, Sharon Alice Geier, staff photographer, is shown taking u picture of the
McEnroe, Sherri Miller, Carole Woulfe, and Joanne O'Russa. reporters: Joyce Moore, Ja-Kee londuyt, Elaine Dammann, Judy Sheri-
dan, and Pat Fredell.
Left to right, front to back. Pat Weeres, Terry Rafool, Sue Manschott, Betty Mathers, Joyce Moore, Carol Closen, Bar
bara Swank, Jo Ann Meyer, Patsy Moore, Jo Ann Heffron, Kathleen Borne, Marilyn Weber, Audrey Cleary, Peggy Case,
Mary Jo Smith, Jeannine Jochman, Margaret Schmitt, Jeane Donahue, Sue Bartholomew, Sharon Miller, Kathy Bickerman
Mary Franklin, Pat Fredell, Mary Etta Kripple, Joanne O'Russa, Beverly DeRoche, Judy Hanley, Nancy Cremer
Elaine Dammann, Monica Metz, Audrey Menges, Judy Watson, Ann Bowman, Susie Hecht, Joyce Litterst, Helen Cicciar
elli, Charlene Kelsch, Judy Sheridan, Barbara Roth, Joan Guilfoyle. Missing: Joanie Whelan.
Sodality Ci Our Lady Of Good counst-21
An intensely spiritual training, calculated
to inspire real zeal tor personal holiness
and the exercise of the active apostolate,
is the aim of the Sodality of Our Lady.
The sodalists must incorporate into their
lives habits of action that will stay with
them throughout lite. By taithtully keep-
ing the rules of the Sodality the sodalists
can attain personal holiness. Thus she
can hope to help in the sanctitication of
her neighbor. In order to be lay apostles
all are concerned With the spiritual and
the material Wants ot those With Whom
they come in contact W at home, at
school, at Work, and in social lite.
During the year the Sodality sponsors a
food drive for the needy, visits the sick
in hospitals, entertains them' with carols
at Christmas, and organizes campaigns
for modest clothes. "To lesus through
Mary," the Sodality motto, inspires the
members to become exemplary Catholics
and to sanctity themselves and others.
Each sodalist consecrates her lite to the
Blessed Virgin in a special Way. She tries
her best to imitate Mary and to keep
her first in her mind.
Sodality officers consulting with Sister Casimer
Joseph are: Betty Mathers, secretary, Elaine Damm-
ann, prefect, Judy Sheridan, vice-prefect, and Bev-
erly DeRoche, treasurer.
Saying office in the chapel are the Sodality rep-
resentatives. Front row: Beverly DeRoche, Mary
Etta Kripple, Elaine Dammann, Judy Sheridan,
Marilyn Webber, and Betty Mathers. Second row:
Joanne O'Russa, Pat Weers, Patsy Moore, Mar-
garet Smith, Susie Hecht, Jean Donahue, and Joan
Receiving their medals from Father Livingston, assisted by Elaine Damm- Learning their rules in order to become future Sodalists are the Sodality
ann and Judy Sheridan are the Sodality probationers. Candidates, Front row: Karen Luedtke, Sondra Miller, Sharon Sleeth.
Second row: Barbara Brown, Barbara Leary, Lynne Lionberger. Third
row: Joan Vogel, Margaretta Wick.
First Row-louie Sheets, Hen Bale, Brien Blanc, Roy Wolfram, Monsignor Peters, Second Row-Leonard Delozier, Bob Pfeifer, Tibor Stoll, Terry Hinds,
Brill Oinchg Third Row-Jerry lee, Dick We-nrnucher, Kenny Morchuiones, Nick Rcshford, Tom Ohlemiiler.
Assisting the Bishop at the major pontilical Ceremonies is
the Pontitical Crew, a select group of students chosen from
the tour classes at Spalding. The members ot the crew are
experienced servers ana capable assistants oi the Bishop.
The crew assists the Bishop at Christmas Midnight Mass,
Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday and Good Friday services, Eas-
ter morning Mass, and the annual ordination. Besides these
regular services, the crew assists at other special occasions.
The Pontitical Crew is under the excellent supervision of Mon-
signor Bobert Peters.
Following o Period of probation the
Sodalists of Our Lady are officially re-
ceived by Our Lady for life. In order fo
be received, one must be of good charac-
ter and sound principles. Any noticeable
violation by o probationary member
means dismissal from the Sodality,
Leroy Marliere reads the name of William Smith as Father Williams receives him into
the Sodality of Our Lady. .
Officers of the Querbes Club ore: John Shea, presidenfg Jim Schuppg Tom Norwood, secretary,
James Anderson, vice-president, and Victor Appelt, treasurer.
This year the Querbes Club was
gaided by Father Belda, until he was
unexpectedly transferred to another
school. Brother Linnan took over his
place and did a Very admirable job
of leading the members through a 'JGTQ'
successful year. The main objective ci
this club is tc pray for Vocations for
the Whole school, in order that We and
the other students will choose the right
vacation in this life.
SODALITY OF OUR Q, E
vocation is a project which the Sodal-
ity has undertaken this year. "Career
:nent officials, businessmen, and deans I
of the various universitiesto Spaldiniji
Our students had the opportunity tc
tallc to these men and find what the
different vocations had to offer them.
Sodality officers are: Leroy Marliere,
prefect, Tom Joyce, vice-prefect: Chuck
Heer, secretaryg and Mike Rifschel, treas-
Helping the students decide their lite Day" has brought prominent govern- i
Representing different countries in the Formosa Mission Drive
are seated: Karen Mackoway, standing: Barb Turner, Joyce
With their motto, "Prayer, Study, and
Sacriticef' the active Mission Club be-
gan this year with vigor-plus. The Week
ot February llth was Mission Week tor
obtaining aid tor the lapanese Missions.
Valentine boxes were placed in each
homeroom Withi 'tMake Mary Your Val-
entine" the theme. An emphasis was
placed on needed help for the southern
Negroes and the lndians. With an as-
sembly on February lil, the Mission pro-
ject was climaxed With the rattling ot a
musical statue ot the Blessed Virgin
Another highlight Was the annual
Senior-All-Star benefit basketball game
for the Bishops' Relief Fund. The Senior
team Won the game by a margin ot three
points - 30-27.
The interesting assemblies, attractive
bulletin boards and the skits at the meet-
ings gave the students knowledge of the
needs of the Missions and inspired them
to prayer and further sacrifices.
Sorting stamps for the Missions are the
representatives: Nancy Cremer, Ara Ann
Mauk, Pat Ward, Charlene Kelsch, Judy
Wahl, Caye McFarlane, Christine Jacobs,
and Denise Dummer.
Counting the weekly Mission collection
are the Mission representatives - stand-
ing: Shelia McCoy, Carol Bensli, Carol
Whiltz, Judy Hagemanng seated: Margie
Best, Margaret Heinz, Sharon McEnroe,
Displaying the posters used during the
Valentine drive for the Formosa Missions
are the officers: Diane' DeLozier, trea-
surer: Pat Fredell, vice-residentg Joyce
Moore, presidentg and Karen Mackoway,
The Active Mission Club
Preparing religious articles for missions are: left to right--Barbara Larosche, Elinore Davis, Diane Zosky,
Linda Henning, Judy Fitch, Doris Roth, Karen Lulay, Mary Ann Woods, Jo Ann Montefusco, Libby
Sullivan, Ara Ann Mauk, Ginny Graber, Connie Slavens, Patricia Fredell, Nancy Cremer, Marian
Kuiawa, Elaine Dammonn, Joyce Moore, Pat Filzen, Lourice Farris.
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First raw: J. Frasco, S. Mannschott, F. Vachon, M. Wiles, M. Miller, S. McCoy, B. DeRoche, M. Fortune, P. Kelly, S. Graber, S. Zara: Second row: D.
Delozier, J. Osborne, C. Bower, J. Heffron, J. Hoffman, J. Jost, C. Wiltz, P. Anderson, P. Moore, M. Eynatten, L. McFarlane, S. Bianco, Third row: P.
Zant, C. Jacobs, S. Colomac, J. Russell, C. Lonteen, D. Roth, M. Conway, J. Gunther, B. Mathers, J. Donohue, A. Vaughn, Fourth row: S. Bartholomew,
H. Cicciarelli, T. Burns, S. Sleeth, M. Phillips, J. O'Brien, S. McEnroe, L. Weber, M. Smith, M. Schmitt, M. Harrison, J. Stepzinski, Fifth row: J. Moore,
B. Brown, M. Claes, C. Langenberg, P. Case, H. Wade, B. Leary, J. May, A. Baumann, M. Hagemann, E. Davis, M. Metz, J. Hadank. Missing from the
picture: K. Bourne, J. Meyers, C. Closen, R. Vachon.
Under the able supervision of the new director
of music at the Academy, Sister Anna Thomas, the
Glee Club experienced one of its finest and busiest
years in music. Among the numerous programs pre-
sented by the Glee? Club Was first the St. Cecilia's
Day Program. .Included in that performance were
the vocal and piano students. The next performance
was that -of the annual Christmas Contata which has
become a tradition at the Academy. This particular
presentation was a very beautiful and moving spec-
tacle, especially Wonderful was the candlelight pro-
cession. The program included several solo numbers,
and Was dramatically climaxed by the "Hallelujah
Ch-orus" from I-landel's Messias.
Next on the agenda Was the All-Star Festival, held
in Springfield, Illinois. Several seniors represented the
Glee Club as members of the Senior Chorus of mixed
voices. Then the State Music Contest approached and
the Academy Was Well represented by the successful
winnings of several soloists and ensembles.
One of the high lights in activities was a project
never before undertaken by the Glee Club. Much
hard Work was put forth by the members in present-
ing the first dance ever sponsored by the Glee Club.
First row--T. Dorsey, T. Ferintinio, T.
Ferris, R. Humphrey, M. Ritschel, J. Kuhns,
Second row--J. Maddox, J. Armentrout,
T. Joyce, L. Bertetto, M. Donovan. L.
DeLozier, T. Norwood. Third row'-G.
Grimler, T. Ohlemiller, B. Graham, K.
Marchulones, J. McMahon, J. Joyce, B.
Higgens, J. Anderson.
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working jointly on various committees. These activi-
ties were climaxed by the Cflee Club's most success-
ful project. that of the operetta, Sweethearts, the
colorful musical comedy by Victor Herbert. lt was
great fun even though it involved muclfrdeeird worlc
and many, many hours.
Many of us will leave school with an improved,
and a higher appreciation of beautiful music. We
learned to appreciate all types of music, liturgical,
classical, modern and others. This shows what a great
'asset a trained Glee Club is in any school, for our
attitudes and characters are formed in these years.
Somewhat small in size, the Spalding Singers, ably led
by Father Laughran, have shown that size is not the key
factor in the success ot a singing organization, singing music
of all typesfclassical, tolls tune, and liturgical. The group
has made many appearances including the Christmas Con-
cert, Christmas radio performance, Mass at Saint Viator'S
Church in Chicago, diocesan music festival, and their finale
of the yearfthe Spring Concert.
Glee Club officers: Monica Metz, vice-president, Sheila McCoy, secretary, Carol
Langenberg, president, Helene Cicciarelli, treasurer.
Sister Anna Thomas, Glee Club moderator, checks the score as Peggy Case, the
accompanist tries out the new organ.
BAND PERSONNEL: FLUTES--Pat Dusenberry, Nora Wamsley, OBOE--Carole Hoffman, BASSOON--Jerry Bresnahan, ALTO CLARINET--Bob Car-
roll, ALTO SAXOPHONES--Joan Calaway, Jim Criss, TENOR SAXOPHONE--Larry Durbin, CLARINETS--Kevin Heyd, Donald Speck, Ronald
Speck, Margaret Volk, Pat Fredell, Mike Scott, Marilyn Hoffman, Bill Labrush, Joyce Campbell, CORNETS--Jim Bunce, Ray Wolfram, Bob Bart,
Band officers: seated--James Bunce, president, William Graham, vice-presi-
dent, Virginia DeMulh, secretary, Helen Peters, treasurer, Helen Raising,
librarian, Pat Fredell, librarian. Standing--quarter master and assistants,
Robert Bart, Cynthia Monahan, Milton Kane.
ACADEMY - SPALDING
With a tlourish ot trumpets and a mighty
Crescendo the program came to an end. Thus,
on May l7, the Academy Spalding Band com-
pleted their titth annual concert. This program
was just one ot the many tine performances
presented by the band tor our listening plea'
sure throughout the year.
During the Christmas season they enter-
tained the patients at the State Hospital, and,
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The Camera Club is organized for the main
purpose of teaching students in the correct
use of a camera. The camera club teaches
these students by movies, slides, and lectures.
Actually the Camera Club has two big
functions. The first is the important training
and the second is to obtain better photogra-
phy for Summa and lnstitute Work.
Conducting o Key Club meeting are the officers: Mike Ritschel, treasurer,
Ken Marchulones, president: Tom Joyce, vice-president, ond Leonard De-
Only Spalding's most promising citizens are mem-
bers of this community service organization.
Key Club, through its Worth-While projects dedi-
cated to the betterment of school' and community,
trains leaders, develops initiative, and fosters coop-
eration With all authority.
Among the many projects of the Key Club was
their Christmas party for a group of orphans. The
members distributed gifts to the children, making
them feel at home. They also help the school by ush-
ering for Spalding's important events.
Looking over equipment for their next picture taking spree are: Bill
Gorman, John Eaton, and John Maddox.
The members of Spalding's Red Cross ore: seated--Tibor Stoll, Nicholas
Roshford, Father Monahan, Willie Graham, and Dan Pfleegerg standing
--Jim Flanngion, James Anderson, Jim Uhll, Herb Johnson, Clayton
Lowe, Dan Schwartz.
Spalding's junior Red Cross is designed to pro-
vide needs in three circlesefor the community, na-
tion, and internationally. As a project in the com-
munity, Spalding Iunior Red Cross members presen-
ted an entertainment program for the Guardian Angel
Orphanage. For the nation, they held fund drives in
the school which aided stricken people all over the
nation. On the international scene, they carry on in-
ternational correspondence to obtain understanding
and promote good Will.
Assisting Sister Marcia are the student librarians: Pat Gilman, Pat
Ward, Shirley Halstead and Barbara Lorosche.
Members of the debate group are: Joan White, Jeanne Hoffer, Mary
Ann Sullivan, Sallie Schlehuber, and Karen Luedtke.
The Library Club of the Academy is an
ever functioning literary society, that works
for the good of the entire school. The faculty,
through this club, is able tc add interesting
material to their daily classes, The student
body relies upon this organization for enter-
taining books and essential research mater-
ial. This club is organized under Sister Marcia,
librarian. Her knowledge of girls and their
literary tastes has built the Academy library
into a combination of botn the classics and
beneficial career books.
Preparing posters to distribute throughout the school are the Red Cross
officers: Peggy Case, treasurer, Judy Watson, president, Joyce Moore,
vice-president, Susie Graber, corresponding secretary, missing-Joan
Mitchell, recording secretary.
SPEECH AND DEBATE CLUB
One of our more prominent and rewarding or-
ganizations is the speech and debate club of the
Academy. Its fundamental purpose is to give youth
an incentive to develop poise and self confidence
in public and social-gatheringsfSister Rose -Edward
heads our Speech department. She has been re-
warded by seeing her pupils and our fellow class-
mates receive many citations for their endeavors.
Their outstanding accomplishments have not only ad-
ded prestige to the school, but to the Speech students
The Red Cross, a long time asset to our commun-
ity, has taken advantage of the innate spirit of the
Academy girl to perform corporal works of mercy.
The Red Cross Club at the Academy is instrumental
in furthering the projects sponsoredeby the National
Corporation. "I am my brother's keeper" is an ap-
propriate motto for the unceasing labors of our Iunior
Red Cross members.
For several years past, generous students
have volunteered their services to help in the
library. They served graciously and well. Now
a club has been organized Wherein students
are being trained to help service library pa-
trons, at the same time gaining valuable ex-
perience working with books. This experience
includes working with the catalog, tiles, pro-
cessing books and keeping library services
moving more etticiently.
The officers are: L. C. DeLozier, secretary, Paul Dusenberry, vice-
president, John Zeitz, treasurer, Brother Kendall, and Mauro Den-
The librarians, who assist Sister Geraldine, are busy in the library:
Ron Pfeiffer, Jerry Jones, Virgil Powell, Joe Harrmann, Terry Gura,
Jim Butler, and Jim Cable.
Re-enacting a scene from their one-act play ore: Joe Hclbrock,
Chuck Hickey, Mauro Dentino, and Paul Dusenberry.
ln accordance with the aims ot the Science
Club which is to increase scientific knowledge,
the membership has been restricted to only
those showing, by the completion of projects,
an active interest in science. Brother Kendall,
the moderator, has devoted much -oi his time
to each individual member and his project.
The Speech Department, the heart of the
Drama and Speech Club, having been in-
stalled in the Spalding curriculum for the first
time, initiated its tirst year with many activi-
ties. Its activities included competing in vari-
ous contests, entertaining the Mothers' Club
and presenting ot one-act plays. Members of
the Speech Club also participated in the Dio-
cesan and the Bradley Speech Festival where
they won many superior ratings.
Keeping their fingers on the graduates are: Joyce Moore, Betty Rogers,
Sharon McEnroe, Suzie Onyun, president, Ara Ann Mauk, Margie Heinz,
vice-presidentg Sister Helen Irene, advisor, Pat Ralston, secretary, Joanne
O'Russa, Roberta Whitney, Ginny Graber, and Jo Ann Meyer.
Performing an experiment for the Science Club are: Mary Jo Smith,
treasurer, Sister Gaudentia, secretaryg Roberta Whitney, vice-president,
Here at A.O.L. an innovation, the Alumnae Club,
was begun with Sister Helen lrene as its director.
ln order to bring the Academy alumnae tiles up to
date, these girls do outstanding research work. Too
they have begun a "Book oi Brides." Since the alum-
nae oi a school is an important iacet in its heritage,
we all appreciate the line job done by our Alumnae
Watching a demonstration in the methods of photography are: seated
C. Kelsch, R. DeMuth, president, K. Morrissey, R. Whitney, M. Wur-
zer, J. Vaughn, V. Ohlman, J. Hanley, standing--D. Ozella, J. Litterst, S.
Grimm, M. Shellcroslee, H. Mann, M. Kuiawa, M. Entrican, Sister Ruth
Suzie Onyun, president, and Sister Valeria, instructor.
Margaret, and P. Pegg.
GENERAL SCIENCE CLUB
Better known as the i'Soopersnoopers," the Gen-
eral Science Club meets on the first and third Friday
ot each month. lt includes only the members ot the
nine o'clock General Science class.,J,tngier the direc-
tion ot Sister Mary Valeria. At its meetings the girls
report and discuss various topics. One ot the most
notable projects is the publishing of the l'Sooper-
When you see the tlash and hear the click ot the
shutter, you will know that the pointers were learned
from the Camera Club. This group meets on the
Thursday of every other week. Under the supervision
of Sister Ruth Margaret, photography and its inter-
esting sidelines are studied and observed. A special
attraction is the use ot pictures taken by the Camera
Club in the "Compact" and -SUMMA.
'las Amigasf' the senior Spanish club, is
dedicated to bringing about a better under-
standing of Latin-American peoples and their
customs. Monthly meetings, with Sister Clari-
ta as its advisor, include reports on various
phases of Spanish life, games and songs. A
Spanish party and Christmas project to help
Mexican missions were the year's accomplish-
Seated: Rosalie Cicciarelli, Cheryl Johnson, secretary, Julia Bortolo,
president: Susie Onyun, and Joyce Abraham, Standing--Sue Barth-
olomew, Jeanne Herber, Elaine Dammann, Mike Pence, Sherri Miller,
Joanne O'Russa, Sharon Sleeth, Ara Ann Mouk, Judy Hadonk, B. J.
Code, Pot Ralston, Judy Hanley and Sue Duke.
Maggie Wiles, Audrey Cleary, Marguerite Claes, secretaryg Nancy
Cain, president, Sondra Miller, Judy Scovil, Audrey Menges, Peg
Polser, treasurer, Terry Burns, vice-president, Sharon Ryan and
Roberto Whitney. Attempting to break the pinota is Judy Schupp.
Christine Jacobs, Sharon Colomoc, Denise Dummer, secretary, Lynn
Macoway, Molly Langton, Joan Voge, Mary Fortune, Ellen Murphy,
Joyce Moore and Kathy Bickerman, president, Missing--Carol Long-
enberg and Barb Roth, program chairman.
The first Monday of every school month
finds the senior French students surrounded
with a French atmosphere. Throughout the
year at these meetings French food Was
served, a play in French given, a movie
shown, and games and interesting facts about
the French life were presented. Under the
direction of Sister Rita Catherine, a special
Christmas story of St. Nich and Cinderella
were perf-ormed for several classes.
This year, with the translation of Vergil's
classic, The Aeneid, the advanced Latin Club
concentrated on the many interesting side-
lights of the epic. This was done in order to
gain a better prospective of The Aeneid. The
club meetings were held monthly under the
supervision of Sister Helen Irene. The stu-
dents participated in the meetings and a great
deal of the material was made enjoyable by
a quiz, games and panel discussions.
Officers of Spalding's Men's Club: Fred Sieks, treasurerg Emmet Dunne,
secretary George McGann, president, Frank Scherer, vice-president.
Academy Gulld Officers: Mrs. J, G. Abraham, Treasurer: Mrs. W. F.
The Men's Club of Spalding Institute is
very beneficial in helping the school in the
areas where the regular budget does not
provide. Proceeds from dinners, parties, and
raffles were used to finish paying for the
book loan system, to purchase 35,000 worth
of offset printing equipment fwhich will en-
able the school to add printing to the cur-
riculuml, and to sponsor the Homecoming
festivities and the spring sports. These tangi-
ble benefits are supplemented by their coop-
eration with the school and by their assis-
tance in bringing parents closer to situations
Mo1her's Club officers: Mrs. John Duke, Financial secretary Mrs Wayne
Potter vice presudenlg Mrs. E. L. Menges, president, Mrs. Ronald Harding, D0Wf'ln91 feC0fd5f'9 SeCV9'0fYi MVS- Hefbeff J0hnf0f1, PYe5ldeni MVS GUY
secretary Mrs Clefus Gilles, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. E. W. CYVI 7fe05Ufe"i MVS- Gene Jvrwvefz, C0V"e5P0nd'n9 59CVe'0'Y MVS John
Lcngenbel-9 publiciyy Chairman- - Thome, vice-president-not present.
THE ACADEMY GUILD
To create a better relationship between
mothers and teachers, and to assist the Aca-
demy financially is the airri of the Academy
of Our Lady Guild. To carry out this purpose
the Guild sponsors such functions as the
Carol Party, the Christmas Party and, the Silver
Tea. As a special treat for parents and daugh-
ters, the Guild is responsible for an annual
Father-Daughter Banquet and an annual Mo-
With the proceeds from the card party,
monthly meetings, and -other activities, the
Mother's Club donated new windows to the
library, and, through the Catholic Social Ser-
vice, they afforded scholarships to Spalding.
Also, at the end of the year, they will pre-
sent each Senior with a graduation gift, These
physical benefits along with their helpfulness
at school functions make them a welcome ad-
dition to the school.
The Doors That Are Open For Sports
Long hours of practice-perfection never attained. Yet a
feeling of satisfaction with every victory-are evidenced in
sports. Spectator and athlete, alike, give their all. through indi-
vidual etiorts. which are comprised to help the team as a whole.
Victory and defeat. in sports, are the essence of character and
poise, so vital to one's nature.
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Firsi Row lleft to rightl: B. Williams,
T. George, M. Gray, M. Denlino, B.
Ricci, J. Butler, J. Sander, J. Lee, C.
Bucklar, F. Dusenberry, H. Camp.
Coach Murphy shows quartebacks Mc-
Gann and Karpowicz technique of ball
Four-Four-One, so ended the football season, A de-
cided improvement over the prior year and a definite
indication that Spalding's football squad is on the
march. In their second year at Spalding, head coach
Ed Murphy, and his fine assistant Frank Duchon gui-
ded the irish to an impressive season,
Second ROW: L. Sheets, W. Fdhey, H. Third Row: Coach Ed Murphy, T. Palmer,
Weber, D. McG0nn. G. Hessling, J. Wick, G. Rolhan, J. Bresnahan, W. Payne, A.
M. Cusack, D, Thome, J. Heidewold, D. Grow, T. McLaughlin. G. Cundiff, I..
Skender, J. Mullowney. Hoerdeman, J. Zeitz, Coach Duchon.
Buller halls down Warrior. Cain tries for extra yardage.
In their grid debut, the Irish met and defeated Lime-
stone's under-manned Rockets, With hard running
verdict was 25-l2. The tollowing Saturday saw the
Irish cornpil 62 points as they plastered Cantons
Little Giants, 62fl2. With the entire sauad seeing
action and seven ot them breaking into the scoring
Tom George accounting tor two touchdowns, the tinal
column, the splurge was a record for the Spalding
Fourth Row: D. Bourscheidt, L. Jurick,
B. LaBrush, F. Rickey, W. Langenberg, D.
Karpowicz, M. Grow, 1. O'NeiI, G. Mor-
ten, T. Powers, G. Venzon.
1956 Football Schedule
26 Limestone I2
62 Canton I2
25 East Peoria I3
U Central 7
I3 Manual I3
6 Woodruff 32
I9 St. Bede's 9
U Pekin 2l
U Alleman dll
Coaches Murphy and Duchon, plan strategy with
Irish make goal line stand. co-captains Butler and Sander.
Invading Starnper Stadium, the Irish
scalped East Peoria's Red Raiders 25-
I3, Following a 7-U loss to Central and
a 32-6 defeat at the hands of Wood-
ruff, the Irish prepared for their horne-
Tne Irish got back into the winning
' ifi' ays as they defeated St. Bede's I9-9
in a sloppily played game, Pekin shut
the Irish out 2I-O, and to close the
Campaign Allernan's powerful Pio'
Sophomore Corning game with Manual, Underdogs peers humjljgted -Q5 41-0, Thug, the
GS fh9Y Went into the Qflmef the Irish Irish finished their season with a 4-4-lx
showed that traditional fight and dead- yeggydl I
locked with the highly-rated Rams l3- '
Rovhon brought down after pass completion, George breoks into rhe open.
Skender evades Woodruff tockler. Jerry Lee, a stalwart in the Irish line. Jerry was Action gets rough during Bruin game,
voted on the second All-City tecm.
First Row: lleft to rightl, D. Tillman, .I. Crocker, D. Hessling, M. Kelly, K. Vala, J. Perry, D. McCarthy
T. Donahue, B. Bucklar, D. Schwartz, D. Knox.
Second Row: Manager E. Brady, G. Sander, D. Peters, C. Waters, J. Couri, 1. Statkus, L. Zarley
L. Slevin, C. Steimle, J. Maloof, Manager J. McFarlen.
Third Row: T. Willk'ie, G. Reeves, D. Burger, M. Fortune, B. Sherrer, E. Turk, J. Schwerer, T. Fahey
S. Sommer, Coach, .lim Smariesse.
Fourth Row: D. Waldschmidt, R. Shipmen, D. Horan, B. McFarden, J. Lowy, B. Morgan, F. Turk, D
Brother Robert Schoftman, C.S.V. has
done a commendable job as ticket
manager, especially during Tourna-
ment play. As Athletic Director, he
has many responsibilities which make
him largely responsible for the suc-
cess ot the athletic program.
The Frosh-Soph football team under
Iim Smarjesse, Worked hard to learn
the fundamentals of football. With the
excellent guidance of Coach Smar-
jesse, the Irish can look forward to
another successful year. f
Varsity football managers, J.
Heinz, M. McGrath.
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Left to Right: Mike Mirande, John O'NeiI, Mike Grow, Bernie
Dwyer, Joe Voegele, William Payne, Don Moliior, Coach Jim
Smariesse, Ron Berg, Allen Campbell, Bill Ricci, Dan Karpowicz, Danny Powers, Dave McGann, Mike Haley, Tom Boulon,
Managers, Jerry Mofseft, "Tiger" Foley, Jim Furstoss.
Coach lim Smarjesse in his sophomore
year as coach of the Spalding basketball
squad hinged his hopes of success on return-
ing lettermen Ioe Vogele and Bon Berg. Coach,
therefore, had to find three men to round out
the starting five. Along with Berg and Voegele,
Bill Ricci, Dave McCfann, Mike Mirande, and
Bernie Dwyer counted immensely to the start-
The season opened November 27 with the
Irish surpassing Mason City 75-51 and fol-
lowed with wins over City rival Woodruff
and DePue. Against our greatest rival, the
Central Lions, we met and defeated them 88-
86 in a terrifically played game. Continuing
their winning ways, victories were scored. over
Corpus Christe and Manual.
The Irish tasted defeat again as they lost
to two city foes, Manual and Central. Follow-
ing victories over Corpus Christe and Lime-
stone due to a last second free throw by Mike
Mirande, Spalding met defeat at the hands of
East Peoria and Washington.
Berg goes high for two
NAME SA SM PCT. FT FTM PCT. TP' AVE.
Ron Berg 320 166 .518 146 97 660 431 17.24
Joe Voegc-le 384 165 .430 91 55 604 385 15.40
Dave McGann 181 87 .480 81 51 630 225 9.00
Bernie Dwyer 179 71 .397 53 32 604 174 7.25
Bill Ricci 85 34 .400 91 50 549 118 4.91
Mike Mirande 96 36 .375 50 40 800 112 4.67
Willie Payne 36 17 .472 22 12 545 46 3.83
Don Molitor 13 4 .308 13 9 692 17 1.21
Mike Haley 12- 5 .278 12 6 500 16 1.33
Mike Grow 22 3 .136 16 9 562 15 1.25
Joe O'Neil 7 2 .286 4 3 750 7 1.07
Denny Powers Q 2 .667 0 0 000 4 .80
Danny Karpowicz 4 1 .250 0 0 000 2 .50
Alan Campbell 1 0 .000 0 0 000 0 .00
1381 613 .444 601 372 620 1598 69.06
SA - shots attempted. SM - shots made. FT - free throws.
FTM - free throws made. TP - total points
Irish Basketball Record
Spalding 75 Mason City 51
Spalding 51 VVoodruff 50
Spalding 66 Limestone 66
Spalding 61 DePue 44
Spalding 68 Mt. Pulaski 71
Spalding 54 Central 66
Spalding 80 Corpus Christi 29
Spalding 49 Manual 62
Spalding 49 Central 68
What Form! l !
Ricci knifes through for o bucket
S3 Corpus Christi
68 'East Peoria
62 East Peoria
Tough luck, Mike
Vogel Soors over Rocket
fi it ,,
After beating Trinity tw-o times and Canton
and Woodruff once the Irish then lost to Pekin.
The Irish then registered with wins over Chil-
licothe and Manual, and then were once again
humbled by East Peoria's Red Raiders in a
game that was closely f-ought until the final
Canton trying to upset the Irish machine
used a slow methodical offense, then saw their
effort fail as they met defeat. The Irish then
closed out the regular season with a 79-45
win over Normal.
First Row lleft to rightj, F. Turk,
T. McGrath, M. Humphery, J.
Lowy, J. Statkus, D. Knox, E. Turk,
Top Row: Coach Frank Duchon, J.
Swicki, H. Natten, J. Mazzuckelli,
J. Schwerer, D. Horan, B. Morgan,
ney, M. Ruhawk, Manager C.
ney, M. Ruchawk, Manager C,
The freshmen alsc
coached by Mr. Duchon
showed their desire to
win as they wound up
the season with a 8 and
6 won lost record.
First Row lleft Vo rightl, F. Turk, T. Mc-
Grath, M. Humphrey, J. Lowy, J. Stafkus,
D. Knox, E. Turk.
'lop Row: T. Bouton, J. Cooney, M. Grow,
D. Powers, A. Campell, H. Hippen, W.
Payne, D. Karpowicz, J. O'Neil. Manager
The young frosh-soph char-
gers of Frank Duchon dis-
played their hardwood ability
as they compiled a I9-4-I won
lost record, and three of the
four losses took place in over-
times by which they lost by
Starting their Regional play at Woodruff
the Irish defeated Roanoke-Benson 80-59 with
Berg and Voegele leading the way. The Irish
then ended their l956-57 basketball season
by bowing to Woodruff. The Irish beat Wood-
ruff twice during the regular season, but as
the final gun sounded it was the Warriors on
Thus the season ended with the Irish com-
piling a I7-8 record.
J. "Tiger" Foley. 1,
Ron Berg, All City Team,
Cheerleading is a small but very re-
warding part of school life. With the
close of basketball season, cheering
has been forgotten by many. For the
cheerleaders, however, it will always
be considered one of the highlights
of the school year. The croWd's rousing
interest, successful pep-rallys and the
final Basketball record have made it
a memorable year.
To the students of AOL and Sl we
wish to thank you for your sportsman-
ship and we can truly say the final
games of l57' will always be rememf
beredl Cheerleaders: Mary lo Lintz,
Marianne Schlis, Susan Bartholomew,
ludy Hanley and Rita Armitage.
Sophomore cheerleaders: Susan Graber, Nancy Kelly, Janet
Biederbeck, and Theresa Monfefusco.
Joe Voegele, All City and Greater
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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-Kneeling llefl to rightl, M. Mirande J O Nell M Kelly
M. Grow, M. Cusack, B. Dwyer, E. Duke, D. McGann, J. Wise T Bouton
Standing lleft to rightj, Manager, J. Foley, G. Martin, G. Rothcn B Ricci D Karpowxcz
L. Gaffney, C. Hickey, D. Skender, A. Hahn, Coach Smariesse
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The Spalding Irish opened their 1957 base-
ball season by clashing against the Rams on
April 4. Under the watchful eyes ot Coach
Srnarjesse, the experienced Irish are expected
to have another successful year. Senior, Bernie
Dwyer, and junior, Dave Skender, are sche-
duled to do most ot the Irish mound work and
at the same time be backed by many returning
lettermen. The Irish are fortunate in having
back most of the members that helped win the
l956 Prep League Championship to help tow
them on to another victorious season. When
the State-Tournament begins, it the Irish play
the brand of ball they are capable ot, and a
few breaks come their way they may "go all
the way." As this book goes to press, Spalding
possesses a 5-2 record.
Mike Mirande gets set.
Jim Wise, Outtield. Bottom: ou Top Paul Dusenberry Catcher Bottom
uttney, Outfield, Bernie Dwyer Pitcher
FRESHMAN TEAM: Kneeling
lleft to rightl, Jim Perry, Tom
Cusack, Terry Donohue, Keith
Volo, Bill Webster, .lim Su-
wicki, John Rynell. Standing,
Cleft to rightl, Coach Duchon,
Mike McGrath, Fred Tuerk, Ed
Tuerk, Joe Schwerer, Dennis
Knox, Jerry Statkus, Bill Gaff-
ney, lim Wetzler.
First Row Ueft to rightl: L. Bresnahan, J. Flanigon, D. Weber, R. Martin, Bianco, D. Herber,
Coach Murphy. Manager, G. Sander.
Second Row: J. Ritt, T. Rose, B. Bucklar, D. Snyder, D. Horan, J. Lowy, B. Scherrer.
Third Row: D. Bulger, T. Willkie, R. Gregory, R. Waldschmidt, J. Wick, D. P. Cain, G. Cundiff,
Fourth Row: A. Ruiz, M. Fortune, D. Rahn, J. Crocker, L. Zarley, C. Steimle, B. Morgan, M.
Gardner, F. Rickey.
Fifth Row: R. Shipmen, L. Andrews, W. Payne, J. Schmit, T. Fahey, D. Peters.
Jones goes up and over.
Knox tries for new record.
Under Coach Murphy's excellent guidance, the 1957
track team at Spalding plans to make the going rough
for all competition. Forgetting last years poor record,
which was due mostly to the greenness ot the squad.
They are looking torward to the most successful year in
Spalding's brief history ot track.
Martin and Cundiff, dig in. Payne gets set to throw shot put
First Row lleft to rightl: Ron Holzinger, Dave Sullins, John Eaton, Wal' Eaton, Mike Donovan, Vic Appelt, Bill Fisher.
Second Row: Mark Harter, Len De Lozier, Joe Holbrock, Jerry Constantine, Walt Vogel, Dwayne Morse, Jim Schupp.
The Bowling team this year was not as great in num-
bers as last years but it was one ol the tinest groups ot boys
ever to compete in the Spalding league. The high scores
turned in by the bowlers helped to make the season doubly
successful. Two new Spalding records were established with
a high game ol 2534 series ot Eilll. The lrish keglers were un-
deleated in match game competition. The top bowlers were
lerry Constantine, lim Schupp, Walt Vogel, Dwayne Morse,
Walt Eaton and Vic Appelt.
Father Monahan, Moderator of the Bowling Team, talks with President, Mike Donovan
Jerry Constantine, Vice-president, Carl Morse and Secretary, Jim Schupp. 107
Kneeling fleft to rightl, .lim
Schupp, len De Lozier, Jon
Mazzuchelli, M i ke Mansfield.
Standing flefl to rightl, Bob
Krieger, Henry Comp, Jim Uhll,
The golf team, under the guidance
of Fr. C. R. Williams, is looking forward
to a good year. The Irish will have
back this year most of the l956 team.
lim Schupp, Mike Mansfield, Henry
Camp and lim Uhll are expected to
lead the l957 squad to many vict-ories.
The above mentioned will be hard
pressed for their jobs by several new-
comers. With a schedule of ten mat-
ches and two tournaments, the golfers
have been kept quite busy on the local
courses in an attempt to lower their
scores. With several underclassmen
playing hard for the top positions, the
future looks bright for the coming
teams from Spalding.
Schl-'PP Putts. Jim Uhll tries for ci par, as Henry Camp looks on. Mike Mansfield blasts out of a
Tne seniors reign as the
volley ball champions for
this year. They are Margie
Best, Julia Geier, Pat Ev-
eretts, Pat Bishop, Nancy
Cremer, Mike Pence, and
The seniors also won
the basketball tournament
They are: kneeling-Bam
Evoy, Pat Bishopg stand-
ing-Julia Geier, Peg Pot-
ser and Pat Everetts.
Excitement is at its height
in this action packed scene
Handstands and backtwist-
ers are managed easily by
these two gymnasts.
Such daring stunts are per-
formed by these six girls.
Over we go, in a spectacu-
GAA. is a highly popular organization
at the Academy, with activities ranging
from basketball and volleyball tournaments
to baseball, swimming, aerial tennis and
cther like field activities.
One ol the highlights of the GAA. pro-
gram is the Senior All-Star Game. lt is an
annual tradition, looked torwara to with
rruch enthusiasm by all the students and
with a generous amount ol spirited rivalry
GAA. provides not only Wholesome active
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ity and recreation, but develops, Within
the personality ot an individual, the true
spirit of sportsmanship. ln competition she
learns to Win or lose in good manner. By
participating in such events she learns to
strive for pertectiong laughing, playing anil
competing till the lesson is learned. Once
it is learned it proves to be a great asset
to the indiviilual, as 'Nell as to the schocl
as a Whole.
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Under the able direction of Coach Frank
Duchon this year's PE. classes participated in
a large variety oi Sports activities. The activie
ties included Scooter football, basketball, vol- if
ieyball, and boxing were enjoyed by all par-
Kneeling lleft to righrlz Dove Smith, Joe O'Donnell, Ernie Gilomen
Standing: Bill Brophy, Russ Arnold, Terry Boker.
P. E. IN TRAMURALS
Action on the hardwood
Left to righh Dick Herber, 100 lbs.g Terry Donahue, II2 lbs.g Ron Speck, N8 1bs.g Chuck Schwerer
126 Ibs.g Joe Alwan, 135 lbs.y Dick Persich, I4 lbs.7 Bill Perrilles, 160 lb5,7 Chuck Bucklar, E75 lbs.
Steve Sauer, heavyweight.
P. E. INTRAMURALS
ioerger and Bucklar mix it up. Sauer and Thome battle for the crown
The Doors That Are Open For Activities
Extra curricular activities provide the friendship and self
reliance necessary to make our world a happier place in which
to worship. to live and to work. Activities open the doors for
success and happiness as shown to us through our Christian
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Father Mierszwinski celebrates Mass for the Spalding retreatants.
In the 'solitude of the chapel, Jo Ann Meyer finds inspiration to pray.
Three students seek the advice of the retreat masters, Father Lohmann,
C.S.P., and Father Lombardi, C.S.P,
These Academy giris are questioning a matter with Father Erpenbeck
brought out in his sermon.
Long Remembered Words and Advice . . .
We are sure that the students ot both schools will
long remember the many thoughts brought out during
the retreats this year. Spaiding's retreat, held in
September, was conducted by Father Martin Lombar-
di, CSP. and Father Bernard Lohmann, CSP. Father
Robert I. Erpenbeck, Sl. was the retreat master tor
the Academy retreat held in Ianuary. AH appreciated
his moving story ot the Lite and Passion ot Our Lord.
The Academy Sodality sponsored many proierts
during the year. Bringing the Christmas good-will
spirit were the Christmas baskets for the poor.
Through the generosity of the Key Club members some orphan
children were made happy this year. The Key Club treasury made
it possible for Santa Claus Uohn Zeitzl to fill his bag with presents.
Hoping to promote Christmas spirit among the students, the Spalding
Sodality held a buffet-dinner dance which was enioyed by all the
Promote Charity and Good Will
Father Livingston sponsored an informal
after-Christmas dance which was held
in the Spalding cafeteria.
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Queen of Homecoming is Marianne Schlis.
Mary Jo Lintz-Junior Attendant
Proved That Teamwork Ends In Mutual Enjoyment CGW Wh-Sophomofe A"endQn'
This year, unlike the other years,
the Spalding Homecoming celebrations
were held on a Friday, October l9,
instead of the customary Sunday, The
parade of class floats, gayly decora-
ted cars, and the marching music of
the band was the first step to a memor-
able evening, The happiest highlight
was that Spaldings Fighting lrish held
Manual to a l3-l3 tie,
At half-time, Marianne Schlis was
crowned Homecoming Queen, Stand-
ing by were her chosen attendants,
Mary Io Lintz, Carolyn Smith, and
Annette Bartolo. Immediately following
the crowning, the Queen and her at-
tendants were driven around the
track in beautiful convertibles to be
regally accepted by the spectators.
The court was escorted by the presi-
dents of their respective classes at
The lunior Class float was awarded
first place. ludging of the floats is
based on originality, post-construction,
cleanliness of building site, and or-
ganization of the construction crews.
The Spaldings Men's Club, the vital
link between the past and the present,
sponsored a dance in the Spalding
Gym, following the gridiron contest.
Music was pr-ovided by Zeke Sander's
The end of Homecoming l956 was
appropriately climaxed by the orches-
tral arrangement of the Fighting Irish
Victory Song. Spalding's loyal sons
had been justly honored, as befitting
Annette Bartolo-Freshman Attendant
P't d b ve are several Spalding Student Council members who took One of the most important proiects of the Academy Student Council is
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part in the greater Peoria Student Council Meeting held at Spalding. their yearly magazine drive, which is being publicized in front of school
by its sixteen foot sign.
Student Council at the Academy has become a vital
link between faculty and student body. This link sponsors
Work as Well as play, as evidenced by the Magazine drive
and by 'Kandy Kapers."
The Spalding Student Council, still young, has taken
great strides in promoting good relationships throughout the
year. ln April they were hosts tor the last Greater Peoria
Student Council Meeting.
Another Pf0leCf Of the Student Council is the formal in-
duction into the National Honor Society. Pictured above
are scenes from both Academy and Spalding inductions.
Sondra Miller, chosen queen for Kandy
Kapers Dance is pictured here after her
Banquets have become an important event at the Aca-
demy and Spalding during the last tew years. Every year
the Men's Club sponsors tootball and basketball banquets,
where awards and letters are given to the deserving players.
The Mothers Club, Who sponsored their annual FathereDaugh-
ter banquets, rnade them a great success. One ot the most
popular Mother-Daughter get-togethers is the annual Silver
Tea, held at Spalding. To show appreciation lor our teachers,
the student council also sponsored the faculty tea, held in
Pictured below is the speakers table taken at the annual Father-Daughter
Banquet held in November.
Teachers and mothers get together to discuss matters of interest--Academy
Helping themselves at the Senior table are the Mothers and daughters
who attended the Silver Tea.
Coach Murphy awards Tom George the "most valuable player" award
at the annual Football banquet.
Muqme and Mauro are wcltzmg during the Fncle of Act I whsle the cost sings the theme song, "Sweethearts,"
Talent galore Was seen by the over-
flowing audience who Watched the Aca-
demy operetta, SWEETHEARTS. Singing
A superb, costumes - artistically de-
signedg scenery - the professional touch,
acting - excellent, and all this came
about through the untiring Work ot Father
Livingston, Sister Anna -.-V
Thomas, Mrs. Charles O3 In . f
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The story Was centered
around Maggie Wiles and
Mauro Dentino, as Sylvia
and Franz. The tlirtatious N..
Liane and the dashing
Lieutenant Karl were Well portrayed by
Terry Burns and Paul Dusenberry respec-
tively. The comic in this operetta Was
made evident by the characters of Dame
Paula, ludy Sheridan, Mikel, Tibor Stoll,
and Slingsby, Chuck Hickey. Adding to
the loveliness Were the
six excitable sisters, Carol
Langenburg, Sharon Mc-
Enroe, Iudy Hadank, He-
lene Cicciarelli, Ie-annine
Iochman, and Marguerite
Claes. Tom Dorsey and
Brian Scully were convin-
cing in their roles.
With Mrs. O'l-lern, the assistance ot the
student directors, Ieanne
l-lerber and Sharon
Sleeth, the stage mana-
ger, Fath er Livingston,
and the music director,
Sister Anna Thomas,
SWEETHEARTS was a
success long to be re-
membered by all.
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I A Freshmen ensemble provide background music for soloist Nancy Gensler. Cecile Pilon is singing "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling."
Tracy Leuollen, portraying grandma, reads to her children one of lrelond's fables. Giving their rendition of the Irish iig is this freshmen group.
Our Musicians Provided Music For .
Sister Anna Thomas and her vocal department
have provided us with delightful entertainment at
intervals throughout the year, At Christmas the Cflee
Club and Freshman Choral Classes set the mood ot
the season with a tine program. A tribute was also
paid to the Christ Childs birthday by the combined
Band and the Spalding Singers. Many traditional
selections lett the audience with true Christmas spirit.
In February, the talent ot the voice students was
brought torth in their tirst recital. March brought the
annual Saint Patriclds Day program put on by the
Freshmen. On May l, Spalding was host to the annual
Diocesan Spring Music Festival. The last public per-
formance ot the Band and Spalding was held May l7,
at the Spalding Spring Concert and the Glee Club's
tinale was their Operetta, Sweethearts,
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Holidays and Pep For Games
The traditional candle light
procession highlighted the
Glee Club's annual Christ-
Spalding's Singers can be
seen here closing their prof
gram with strains of "Glory
to God," directed by
Spring brings to the Academy its annual May Crowning. We otter to
Our Lady the prayers ot the living rosary and a crown ol blossoms is placed
on her brow by the Pretect ot the Sodality. The May Queen is chosen by
members ot the Sodality because she best possesses the qualities ot leader-
ship and spirituality. This year, we congratulate Elaine Dammann on re-
ceiving this, one ot the highest honors bestowed on an Academy girl.
Each year, the Seniors, by unanimous vote elect one girl to represent
the school. The gualities considered are: character, leadership, school loyalty,
and servipe. Any one who knows Io Ann Meyer, knows she deserves the
choice. lo Ann has given her all to school projects, amply proving her ability
tor getting things done. lo Ann is proot that true leaders are rnade not born.
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On March 21, l957, twenty-one seniors of the Academy, chosen for their scholarship, character, leadership, and service, were inducted
into the National Honor Society. Receiving their gold pins we:e: first row-Carol Closen, Jo Ann Meyer, Audrey Menges, Mary Craig, B. J,
Cade, Marguerite Claes, Jeannine Jochman, Joyce Moore, Joyce Abraham, Audrey Cleary, second row-Rosalie Cicciarelli, Elaine Dammann,
Sue Bartholomew, Judy Sheridan, Carol Langenberg, Sharon Grimm, Joanne O'Russa, Monica Metz, Sharon Sleeth, Judy Hadank.
The Conscientiousness oi the Few Has Paid OH . . .
Judy Sheridan, selected by her classmates, was the recipient at
the D.A.R. award. Although Judy did not come to the Academy
until her Junior year, she has proved her ability and leadership
by being elected vice-prefect of the Sodality, writing for the
"Compact," editiing the "Cyclone," and being a member of the
National Honor Society.
Mike Gray was chosen by the members
of the class of '57 for the D.A.R. award
on his qualities of dependability, service,
leadership, and patriotism. Mike is pres-
ident of both the Senior Class and the
Student Council, and co-editor of the
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Members of Spalding National Honor Society, who were inducted in their junior year, are chosen for their traits of scholarship, character,
leadership, and service. lnformally seated are: Mike Mirande, Mauro Dentino, Herb Johnson, Jim Uhll, standing, first row-Paul Dusenberry,
Mike Mansfield, Leonard DeLozier, Tom Zant, LeRoy Marliere, second row-Joe Holbrock, Ken Morchulones, James Anderson, Ray Romanus,
and Jim Schupp.
Well In High Achievements
Audrey Cleary, our homemaker of the Mauro Dentino, one of our outstanding Margaret Wiles received her second place Speech
year, received first place in the national seniors, received the Tom McAnn award award from Sister Thomasine. Maggie also receiv-
Homemaker exam, and fourth place in and second place in the Ad Club contest. ed very excellent ratings in the music contest in St,
the Ad Club Contest. Louis.
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Hard Day Is . . .
Dances, high on our list ot enjoyments, will always be ree
membered. Early in September we began with the CYC Back to
School Danceg everyone got into the l'swing" tor the coming year.
Cctober brought the Homecoming Victory dance, tollowed soon
atter was the Academy Hliandy Kapersf' sponsored by the Student
Council. The Turkey Trot and the Christmas Dance at the Center
gave joy to the seasons. Next the AOL Glee Club sponsored a
Green Door Hop to celebrate alter mid-term exams. With Spring
came the Spalding lunior Prom, CYC Bunny Hop, Spalding Senior
Prom and the AOL IunioreSenior Prom. With all ot these dances,
our social lite iilled our year With memories never to be torgotten.
A scene from SpczIding's Junior Prom
held at the Pere Marquette.
Pinning the bouttoniere on the Prom king,
Wayne Downing, is his queen, Sheila Mc-
Grath, at SpaIding's Junior Prom.
Beverly LaHood, Academy J u nior Prom
queen, is surrounded by her attendants:
Pat Brinkly, Kathy Heinz, Judy O'Brien, and
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Business essentials oi advertising are illustrated in the
school yearbook. This financial aid is necessary tor this annual.
The student learns that advertising reflects our American heri-
tage oi civic pride.
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Phones 4-2479 and 4-0324
CARVER LUMBER CO.
RAY'S CLEANING SERVICE, INC.
Free Pickup and Delivery
:'RcPmCmbcr It Pays To Send To RAY9'
712 N. University Peoria, Ill.
ILLINOIS FRUIT 81 VEGETABLE
FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES DAILY
533 Main Phone 3-0623
We Make Fruit Baskets To Order
MEADOW-BROOK DAIRY, INC.
F. M. Foster, President H. M. Foster, V. President
C. F. Foster, Secretary-Treasurer
ICE CREAM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
C. M. R. No. l6l Peoria, Illinois
ALT ANL R ALTY
BUD o'coNNEI.I. W D EY E
6 Improved Property - Building Lots - Farms
Phone 34252 ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE
WATER HEATERS - WATER SOFTENERS 2100 North University
GAS BURNERS - GENERAL REPAIR WORK 5-9697
603 N. Madison Ave. Peoria, Ill. Peoria' Illinois
W. I-l. LI-lIDLllW WIRE COIVIPANY
ALBERT E. HOFFER
Excavating and Grading of All Kinds
17 Years Experience
Manufacture and Install Concrete Septlc Tanks and Clsterns
Also Sewer, Tile Fields Filter Beds. and Water Ditchmg
Call Peona 9 2146
2580 Morton Rd East Peona
THE CENTRAL HOUSE
Good Food Our Specialty
333 Margaret Street
PEORIA MOTORS, INC.
SCOTT'S SUPER SERVICE
Complete Motor Tune-Up and Brake Service
We Give S and H Green Stamps
2022 N. Wisconsin - Telephone 5-9857
DENTINO DANCE STUDIO
Class or Private Instruction in All Types of
Dancing for Children and Adults
NYOW Fflfff D6'1l0"" 127 North Sheridan Rd. Phone 4-4828
Residence Phone 4-0203
Telephone 5-7601 Knoxville at Armstrong Pekin Studio Pekin 6-7383
204 Court St.
Compliments Ot ' Compliments
DOYLE'S SHELL SERVICE
803 W. Main Street
CARPET AND LINOLEUM MART
2619 N. University
E3 WEBER'S FOOD MARKET
MOORE'S IEWELERS 81
436 Main Street - Peoria, llinois
3035 N. Wisconsin Avenue
GROCERIES. MEI-ITS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES
A A A I
DICK'S SHELL SERVICE I EASTERN EEEE CQ,
R. G. DISCHERT -:- TOM R. MCELHINEY
. LOUCKS 51 MCCLURE Motor Tune-Up Complete Brake Service HORMEL GOOD FOODS
Phone 2-7522 Peoria, Illinois 1 A
"THE FRIENDLY STOREU
HARDWARE AUTO SUPPLIES PAINTS I FOR GOOD FOOD
HOUSEHOLD NEEDS 9
N. University Rd. at Glen
44l4 Prospect, Peoria Heights ,
WEISBRIICITS T H E P A T I 0
Cocktail Lounge 6 Dining Room
GREASING - WASHING - TIRES Phone Open from 12 Noon 5-9824
3604 N. University
2300 N. Knoxville Peoria, Ill.
Phone 6-6360 Compliments
AUSTIN ENGINEERING CO. Of
CIVIL ENGINEERS T R I - M E E
ll5 S. Ieiferson Peoria, Ill. P O T A T 0 C H I P
AMPLE OF WHAT CAN BE ACCOM-
PLISHED UNDER THE AMERICAN
SYSTEM OF INDIVIDUAL INITIATIVE
THAN THAT WHICH IS CONTAINED
IN THE LIFE AND WORK OF THOMAS
1847 - 1931
' Central Il1111ois
VONACHEN 'S IUNCTION '
Knoxville at Prospect
Midwcsfs Finest Restaurant
THERE EXISTS NO BETTER EX1
K E E N A N Sport
"Sport Goods for Good Sportsl'
514 Main Street Peoria 2, Illinois
For Spalding or
A. 0. L.
Letters and Monograms Sewn on Free
I X Goods
f'Sport Goods for Good Sportsi'
514 Main Street Peoria 2, Illinois
There's nothin' finer. . .
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Than a 59er a
Below Macllrlhur Hwy
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I431 South Jefferson
Phone 4-2 I 45
Blg E gh T S
Small Eno gh T C
JOIN YOUR FRIENDS WHO BANK AT THE
"Common Sense Bank"
SOUTH SIDE TRUST :S SAVINGS BANK
--- fa rurlrail UIJiS1iHCLi0fl----'---
A Lum Hmm I
an s s. ie erson,
Complete Bankmg Serv1ce At Compllments
A Bank Youll Lzke
123 S Iefferson 9
Member Federal Depos1t Insurance Corp
S10 OUU Mccxlmurn Insurance For Each Deposltor
NEHI BOTTLING C0
Bottlers of Nehz Flavors Royal Crown Cola and Frostze Root Beer
2010 MAIN ST
Iefferson Trust cmd Savings Bank of Peoria
CRAWFORD SHOE STORES
Exclusive Distributors for
32 Nationally Famous Brands
Men -- Women -- Children
Shoe Salon Family Store
Iim Crawford, Mgr. W. I. Crawford, Mgr.
340 Fulton St. 201-3 S. Iefferson
Wm. C. Crawford, Mgr.
209-ll Fulton St.
569.95 Up Plus Tax
VAN'S TYPEWRITER CO.
407 Liberty Street Peoria, Ill.
HAIR STYLE WITH HEAD COMFORT
IOYE'S BARBER SHOP
Phone 3-5522 1005 Main Street
CUSTOM - ESQUIHE -- IVY LEAGUE
Best Wishes from
IRIONS' CONCRETE BLOCK CO.
IRIONS' QUALITY CONCRETE CO.
Concrete and Light-weight building units
Ready Mixed Concrete
Phones-Peoria 4-2408 Chillicothe 112
LIGHTING FIXTURES AND FIREPLACE FIXTURES
E. I. MAUSHARD
K. D. HARTER
CENTRAL FIXTURE COMPANY
708 Main St. Peoria, Illinois
We Central National Bank
Main 6 Adams
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6-3221 2105-07 South Adams COURI BROS. SUPERMARKET
L 1101 S. Iefferson
QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES
Free Delivery Service
EPS 'Q au'
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adding up your future
Mistake in arithmetic? NO. This IS a for-
mula 5ll0XVlIlg tlltt financial benefits of a
college eclucation based on toclay's salaries.
lt shows simply that for an investment of
S2000 per ycarili and 4 years of your time
you may net about Elil023,000 more 111 your
lifetime tllklll the man whose formal educa-
tion stops at high school.
The typical high school graduate will
earn fl9l65,000 in lllS lifetime compared to
the typical college graduate who will earn
S262S,000. These are average figures, ancl,
of course, you can flo much better, or much
worse. Yet it points out Olll' way you can
help assure yourself of 5523000 a year more
than you coulfl hare earnecl otherwise.
This extra income ca11 mean a better
home for you . a complete education for
your children . . . a full and more reward-
ing life for you and your family.
Other rewards a college education C2111
help you achieve may be eyen more signifyi-
ca11t than a higher income: a cleeper uncler-
standing of people . . . a greater ability to
get along well with others . . . a fuller life,
to mention but a few.
When you aclcl up the years of your
learning, remember tl1at you are aclcling up
your future. And eclucation lS 2111 invest-
mtlllt in the future which will return to you
"L'sIzfnrztefI llt'CI'tlfl6 cost of 1lttef1fIz'nyf college in-
cllulzng tuition, 'room ami tffmrd, lfuolqw, and inci-
CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO.
lET'S G0 UUT T0 HUNT'S
Enjoying themselves are left to right: Lou Gaffney, Chuck
Hickey, Loretta Houlahan, Sue Bartholomew, Paul Dusen-
berry and Tanya Scheerer,
I-Z" ."' ll: 404 Smalzl
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Qflq MAH-w .... YOUR DEPENDABLE STORE
S E A L T E S T
For happy smiles-cmd health-
ful smiles--serve S e cr 1 t e st l
Made with fresh Whole milk
fro mthe finest farms in Peoricfs
countryside. Secxltest dcziry pro-
ducts crre unequcrlley for flcr-
vor, freshness, purity cmd nu-
ioying ice cream as only S It st mokes it are, left to right Terry Burns, Pal Ralston
orguerife Clues, and .l d
GET THE BEST GET
Commercial National Bank of Peoria
Adams at Liberty Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
CIIRIIGHER BUICK CO.
Telephone 4-2141 321 So. Main
C . "Thrill Oi The Year Is Buick"
I.. R. NELSON MFG. CO. Compliments of
HOFFER CONSTRUCTION CO.
George Hoffe: Telephone 9-1611
Washed Sand and Gravel
Concrete Blocks, Pit Run Gravel
Ready Mixed Concrete
End ol Kenwood Ave. East Peoria, llinois
I-'UR 5 Extras
COMPLETE LINEN SERVICE
701 Hurlburt St, Phone 4-1221
BRAKES 6 ALIGNMENT
1200 S. Iefferson Phone 3-8508
MILK - ICE CREAM
BOOTH FROZEN FOODS
UWe Insure Everything But The Hereatter
624 Main Street
Peoria 2, Illinois
IS OUR BUSINESS
MCDOUGIIL-HIIRTIVII-IN CO. jd
ENGINEERS - CONTRACTORS f' , ,W I
3101 N. Adams Si. Phone 5-5284 IX FTH-:HEY-E51 3
CHI-IS. I". HELMIG 51 CO.
1023 Henrietta Pekin, Illinois Phone 6-5025
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E. M. FOSTER H. M. FOSTER C. F. FOSTER
President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer
Telephone 2-1923 Q
MEADOW-BROOK DAIRY. mb. -
Q ICE CREAM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS
C.M.R. No. 85
W. I. MOTSETT, INC.
Phone 4-8111 500 W. Main Street
3416 N. University St.
GLASH DRUG STORE
NORBERT L. GLASH, R.Ph.G
1400 N. Knoxville Ave. Peoria, Illinois
The Meats That You Like To Eat
ls Our Specialty
POULTRY. PRODUCE 6. GROCERIES
For Your Convenience Call Us For Free Delivery
300 South Sheridan Road Phone 4-2214
Open Daily 8 a.m. until 8 pin.
Holidays and Sundays until Noon
PEN 6. PENCIL SETS
MEHLENBECK BROS. INC.
VAN'S TYPEWRITER CO. BUILD ERS
407 Liberty St.
Peoria, Illinois ART - HM I- BILL
6-HOUR SHIRT SERVICE
ONE DAY CLEANING SERVICE
Phone 6-6162 603 I
1819 Main Phone 4-2337
QUALITY USED CARS
Some People Like to Run a Punch
Press. . . Others Prefer a lub That
Offers . . .
A Chance to Move Around
0 Friendly Contact with Lots of People '
0 Pl ll f V F' 'C
en y o a ie y
0 Interesting Work . . .Alwaysl
If you're that kind of person, there's opportu-
nity for you at Kroger. You can enjoy good I
starting pay, on-the-job training, unlimited
opportunity for advancement... plus many un-
usual employee benefits including a free retire-
ment program and a liberal profit-sharing plan.
A iob at Kroger is MORE that just a place to work!
ACT NOW! Phone 01 Sc e Personnel
Manager 111 Persimmon St
lgeoria, I3l1one 33633. I Al I
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1921 N. Wisconsin Peoria III1no1s
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FIRST IN FLAVOR
FIRST IN FRESHNESS
FIRST AGAIN AT THE
ILLINOIS STATE FAIR
NEWMHN HND ULLMRN
GEORGE 0. PHSQUEL
PETER I. PHSQUEL. IR
Since Peoria Illinois
Service 98 E. State St.
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n I R I S H u SALES U REPAIRS 0 RENTALS
539 Main Peoria, Illinois
BRADLEY SPORT SHOP
Opposite Post Office
1235 W. Main Peoria, Illinois
. Complete line--Wedding Announcements
Q Personalized Christmas Cards
506 So. Charlton Street
O. FRI-INK HEINZ CONSTRUCTION CO. INC.
LEO G. O'BRIEN
PEORIA BOWL, INC.
SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR
14 ALLEYS COCKTAIL LOUNGE
118 N. Sterling Avenue 229 N. lefierson Ave.
Phone 4-8780 Peoria, Illinois
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PEORIAMILLINOIS FVPACIU '
HOLD-UP -- BURGLARY - FIRE - LIABILITY
IAMES S. FLANIGON. Pres.
ELMO G. KUECKS, Secy-Trees.
CLOTHING - HATS - FURNISHINGS
Compl1rr1e11ts of the
I-INDREEN NORDWALL CO. BEVERLY BARBER SHOP
127 s 1 Ph 3 2553 2515 K 11 Ph 2 3416
I Compliments of
RELIGIOUS SUPPLIES A
228 S I f Ph 6 3482 1245 W. Mum Ph 3 4593
THE CENTER'S PLEASIN
IN EVERY SEASON
C. U. AT THE
C. Y. C.
I M. H. EQUIPMENT, INC.
MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT I
2312 S Ad S Peoria, Ill ois I
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WELCUME . . . to shop I
"First with the new" . . .so you will always want to
loolc first at your Bloclc 8: Kuhl Store
Everything for you! Everything for your home!
our pledge to please you
YVELIXIDIE . . . to work
Opportunities in every field:
selling foocl services
traffic office functions
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1200 East McClure
4107 South Adams St.
East Bluff South Side I
GROCERIES cmd MEATS I
RELIABLE - COURTEOUS
Walter W. Winkler, Prop.
216 N. Washington
OPEN SUNDAYS FREE DELIVERY I 1523 South Adams St.
3U1 Illinois Ave. Phone 2-7147 Peoria' Illinois
Compliments Bm Sr' Jerry
Of CROWLEY BROS. INC.
A 1310 N. Knoxville Ave.
PLUMBING - HEATING
FRIEND Phone 8-2461
Bill Ir. Ierome
IACK'S FOOD MARKET
I GOOD LUCK TO GRADUATES
GROCERIES 6. MEATS
Wisconsin At R ' I
Ph ne 8-1205 Peoria' IH CADILLAC SALES fs. SERVICE
DOYLE'S DRUG STORE
1830 N. Sheridan Road
CADILLAC PONTIAC CO.
Sheridan At N b k
826 W. Main
Edward I. KEdl Doyle, RPh F D 1 y Ph 3-3777
AUGUST H. SCHMITZ
COMPLETE CREATIVE DECORATING
FOR YOUR HOME, OFFICE, AND CHURCH
4405 University Road, Peoria
Ph ne 5-5803
I. T. BOWER MOTORS INC.
S 5: S CRAWFORD'S STANDARD SERVICE
Co- Hamilton 6 Iefferson St.
Ph ne 6-9369
711 W. M
Ph 6 0828
LUBRICATION - WASHING
ATLAS TIRES AND BATTERIES
fThe Nicest Place In Townl
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Phone 59901 RR l, Morton, Illinois
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MIDLAND BAKERY COMPANY
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Standing: Marvin Martin, Mike King, Frank Scahill, Gerald Ennis, Terry Gura, Tom Morrissey, Jim Knickerbocker, Joe Sander, Dean
Schneider, Bob Knight, Dick Wennmacher, Bill Troy. Seated: Bob Carroll, Jan Blank, Bernie Dwyer, Herb Johnson, Jerry Constantine,
Jim Mclntyre, Pete Schaub, John O'Neill, Jim Stickelmaier.
Standing: Tony Eisfelder, Henry Camp, Leonard Delozier, Mike Gray, Bill Lamprecht, Jim Butler, Chuck Hickey, Duane Maloney, Joe
Voegle, Chuck Bucklar, Jim Schupp, Dwayne Morse. Seated: larry Bertetto, Mauro Dentino, Ray Bergevan, Ed Kirchgessener, Mike
Sack, Fred Schafer, Pat Walker, Jim Uhll, Ray Romanus, Tc-m Zant, Mike Mirande, Walt Eaton, Jim Shea, Tom Wickert.
Class Oi '57
Th B t f 57 : First row -- Kathy Bickerman, Betty Mathers, Tanya Scheererp seco d
S F i H I Ci i Ili, Joyce Mooreg third row - Ara Ann Mauk, Judy Hadank, Pat
f th - Ch yl P tt Sharon Sleeth.
iiWhere you buy"
is just as important as
HW'hott you buy"
Serving the Peoria
Area for Over 100 Years 6 ,
1854 - 1957
For Men. Women. Boys
Most Rev. William E. Cousins, D.D.
Rt. Rev. Msgr. George A. Carton
Rt. Rev. Msgr. Robert G. Peters
Rev. Ralph Aldrich
Rev. John Barrett
Rev. Patrick B. Brennan
Holy Family Church and School
Rev. John J, Dietzen
James J. Fay
Rev. William C. Feeney
Rev. J. M. Fitzgerald f
Rev. Charles Fogarty
St. Boniface Church
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cheney, Sr.
Miss Nancylou Clark
Rurfus B. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Claes
Mr and Mrs. James C. Code
Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Couri
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cyr
Mr. and Mrs. George Dammann
Dr. and Mrs. L. C. DeLozier
Mr. Dale Dixon
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Donovan
Mr. .and Mrs. James Dunne
Mr, and Mrs. George Eisfelder
Rev. Joseph I. Gerber
Rev. J, A. Gordon
Very Rev. Msgr. M. V. Haas
Rev. Hoffmann r
Rev. J. J. Kerrins
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
E. B. English
John F. Eynatten
. P. T. Farrelly
T. J. Lesniak
Rev. Robert C. Livingston
Rev. Joseph Mackowiak
Rev. Herold T. Mooney
Rev. John Naab
Rev. E. A. O"Conner
RM. J. Spalding
Rev. George Wuellner
James S. Flanigon
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Foley
Mr. and Mrs, S. E. Grawey
Dr. and Mrs. Griffin
Mr. Elmer F. Gury
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Hadank
Mr. John L. Hanley
Mary Ellen Hanlon
Rev. Joseph A. Zube
Sisters of Saint Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bart
Mr. and Mrs, R. Y. Bartholomew
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bertetto
DI'. G. J. Best
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bianco
Dr. R. J. Bickerman
Mrs. L. A. Blanc
George L. Brady
Paul H. Bringer
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brugger
Miss Margareuite N. Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. William Bone
Mr. and Mrs. H. Boyce
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bucklar, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bucklar
Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Harris
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
D. E. Horan
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Holbrock
J. R. Holzinger
Herbert N. Johnson
Jim and Jeannie
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert N. Johnson
Richard C. Kavanaugh
Joseph M. Ketay, M.D.
Richard M. Kinsella
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Kuhns
E. Bert Lramprecht
Mr. Paul R. Landuyt
and Mrs. E. W. Langenberg
lVlr. and Mrs. M. Lemoine
Miss Barbara Maddox
Ray and Mike Maroon
Dr. and Mrs. R. R. McGrath
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Meyer
Dr. J. F. Murray
Murray's Sinclair Service
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Oates
Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Ochs
Mr. and Mrs. John M. O'Connel
Joe O'Donnel1, Sr.
' and Mrs. F. J. Ohlemiller
William E. O'Neill, Sr,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Pence
Mr. John W. Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Rice
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Roman
Mr. and Mrs, Harry W. Rose
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schwerer
Mr. Herbert Says
Mr. Herbert Sharp
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Shea
Miss Marlyn Sitton
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Statkers
Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Stewart
Dr. Gabriel Stoll
Dr. L. F. Tinthoff
Miss Mary C. Tippett
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Thome
Mary L. Trapp
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph T. Voegele
Mrs. Julia Vogel
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Vonachen
Mrs. R. J. Waldech
Bernard R. Westlake and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Whitney
Louis S. Zang
W. A. Zant
Mr. and Mrs. H. Zeitz
Andy's Drive In
2411 Knoxville U
A Sz J Lumber Co.
114 Vass St.
A 8: P Food Store
1109 W. Main
Bo Whalen Oil Co.
Perry 8: Jackson Sts.
1419 W. Martin St.
Born Paint 8: Wallpaper Co.
3416 N. University
Central Awning Co.
326 Liberty St.
Dentino Dance Studio
127 N. Sheridan Road
Roy DeTrempe 8: Sons
3224 N. Avalon Pl.
Foley, Hackler, Thompson, Lee,
317 So. Jefferson
Grand View Laundry Sz Cleaners
W. J, Haase Kr Son
2516 California Ave.
Hill's Standard Service
4915 War Memorial Drive
Home Decorators Shop
Jeanne Lee Shop
2517 N. Sheridan
Jones Sign Co.
525 W. Hurlburt
106 N. Madison
Kay's Hide-a-way Lounge
109 First Creati
Knaggs Coal Co.
421 E. Moneta
Kopy's Garage V
200 S. Creve Coeur
2003 N. Wisconsin
Lee's Package Liquor
606 North Perry
Len's 8: Camera Shop
135 S, Jefferson
Lincoln Tailors 8: Cleaners
3913 N. Sheridan Rd.
RR 1, Washington
2205 N. University
Sheridan Rd. at Lake
325 N. Franklin
Peoria Camera Shop
539 Main Street
Peoria Stone gl Marble Works,
333 E. Lake
W. J. Rache, M.D.
608 Jefferson Bldg.
Ree Painting 81 Decorating
1208 W. St. James
Rex Studio gl Camera Shops
329 S. Adams Sz 403. Main
Rite Way Cleaners
605 N. Madison
Harry E. Rose 8: Son
First at MacArthur Hgwy,
3014 N. Madison
Summer's Dairy 8: Grill
1826 N. University
Terrel1'.s Clark Super 100
University 8z Gale Ave.
Transmission Supply Co.
926 Knoxville Ave.
Venson Heating Co.
3023 N. Adams St.
White Hut Restaurant
41516 Hamilton St.
ABRAHAM. IOYCE-St. Patrick, Honor Roll 165, National
Honor Society, Freshman Operetta '54, Mission Secretary
'56, Class Secretary '57, Latin Club Secretary '55, French
'57, Junior Prom Committee '56, Alumnae Club '57, Vari-
ety Show '54, '55, '56, GAA: Volleyball '54, Pep Club '56,
'57, Biology '55, "Compact" '56, "Red Mill" '56, Glee Club
"55, '56, Majorette '55, '56, Civics Club '54, Cheerleading
'54, '55, pp. 22, 20, 86.
ALIG, IACOB-St. Mary, Metamora, Honor Roll 145, Intra-
murals '54, '55, '56, '57, p. 22.
ALWAN, IOSEPH-St. Patrick, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57,
pp. 22, 111.
AMBROSCH, MARY IEAN4-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 135, Glee
club '56, '57, GAA: Volleyball '54, '55, Basketball '54, '55,
Pep Club '56, '57, Biology '55, Variety Show '54, Latin
Club '55, Freshman Operetta '54, Civics Club '54, Style
Show '56, Vocal Class '57. pp. 22, 120.
ANDERSON, JAMES-St. Mark, Honor Roll 145, National
Honor Society '56, '57, Student Council '57, Vocation
Club '57, Vice-President, Glee Club '56, '57, Sodality '56,
'57, Red Cross, '57, Sweethearts, pp. 22, 67, 23, 75, 82.
APPELT, VICTOR-St. Thomas, Honor, Roll 135, Vocation
Club '57, Treasurer, Football '54, Baseball, '54, Bowling,
'55, '56, '57, pp. 23, 75, 107.
ATKINSON, PATRICIA-St. John, Honor Roll 175, Latin Club
'55, Secretary, Biology '55, GAA: Basketball '54, '55,
Freshman Operetta '54, Civics Club '54, Pep Club '56, '57,
Class Secretary '56, Style Show '56, Junior Prom Com-
mittee '56, p. 23. -
BAIN, NANCYASt. Mary, Kickapoo, Honor Roll 135, Latin
- Club '55, Biology '55, GAA, Swimming '56, Freshman
Operetta '54, Civics Club '54, Style Show '56, p. 23.
BART!-IOLOMEW, SUSAN-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 175,
National Honor Society, Class Vice-President '56, SUM-
MA Co-Editor '57, Sodality '56, '57, Cheerleader '54, '55,
'56, '57, Pep Club '56, '57, GAA: '54, '55, Variety Show
'54, '55, '56, '57, "Red Mill" '56, Latin Club '55, French
Club '57, Glee Club '55, '56, '57, Junior Prom Committee
'56, Freshman Operetta '54, "Compact" '56, Civics Club
'54, Biology '55, Cremistry '56, SUMMA Booster '57, pp.
23, 72, 68, 78, 86, 103, 119, 1.31, 152.
BARTOL0, IULIA-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 165, SUMMA Staff
'57, Latin Club '55, Treasurer, French Club '57, President,
Freshman Operetta '54, Variety Show '54, '55, '56, '57,
Glee Club '55, '56, Pep Club '56, '57, "Compact" '57, Bi-
ology '55, Speech '57, Chemistry '57, SUMMA Booster '57,
Civics Club '54, GAA '54, '55, pp. 23, 1, 68, 86.
BECKFELD, FRANCES-St. Mary, Honor Roll 175, National
Honor Society, Student Council Rep. '54, '57, GAA '54,
'55, Freshman Operetta '54, Latin Club '55, Glee Club
'55, Variety Show '57, Junior Prom Committee '56, Pep
Club '56, '57, "Compact" '56, Speech Club '56, Civics Club
'54, Biology '55, pp. 22, 66.
BENNETT, CHARLENE-St. Bernard, Latin Club '54, Band
'54, Spanish Club '56, '57, Biology '56, Variety Show '54,
Chemistry '57, Future Nurses '54, Camera Club '57, Al-
umnae Club '57, Civics '54, p. 22.
BERG, RONALD-St. Thomas, Football, '54, '55, Basketball,
'54, '55, '56, '57, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 22, 88,
97, 98, 99, 102.
BERGEVIN, RAYMOND-Cathedral, Honor Roll 145, Glee
Club '54, '55, '56, Science Club '56, '57, Intramurals '54,
'55, '56, '57, "Sweethearts" '57, pp. 22. 32, 120.
BERTETTO, LORENZO-St. Mary, Canton, Glee Club '57,
Band '54, '55, '56, '57, Sodality '56, '57, "Institute" '56,
SUMMA Sports Staff, '57, Intramurals '54, pp. 22, 69, 70,
BEST. MARGARET-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 125, Mission
Rep. '55, '56, '57, Carnival Queen Candidate '55, GAA:
Volleyball '54, '56, '57, Champs '56, '57, Basketball '54,
Pep Club '56, '57, Art Club '56, President, Biology '55,
Variety Show '54, '55, '57, Alumnae Club '57, Latin Club
'55, Civics Club '54, Camera Club '57, Compact '57, pp.
23, 37, 76, 109.
BISHOP, PATRICIA-St. Thomas, Freshman Operetta '54,
Speech '56, Latin '54, Civics Club '54, Biology '55, GAA:
Volleyball '54, '55, '57, Champs '56, '57, Basketball '54, '55,
'56, '57, Swimming '56, '57, Bowling '54, '55, Gym Assist-
ant '57, Pep Club '56, All Stars '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 23.
BITNER, VIRGINIA-St. Mark, Biology '55, Freshman Oper--
etta '54, Pep Club '56, Speech Club '56, p. 23.
BLANK, IAN-Sacre Coeur, Glee Club '54, '55, '56, Intramur-
als '57, pp. 23, 118.
BLEDSOE, PAULA-St. John, Freshman Operetta '54, Pep
Club '56, Variety Show '56, Glee Club '55, '56, Speech
Club '56, p. 23.
BOHLANDER,DIANE-St. Peter, Honor Roll 145, Freshman
Operetta '54, Civics Club '54, Biology '55, Latin Club '55,
Pep Club '56, '57, Glee Club '56, '57, pp. 22, 120.
BROWN, DENNIS-St. Patrick, Vocation Club '55, Glee Club
'54, '55, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, "Sweethearts" '57, pp.
22, 120, 121, 130.
BUCKLAR, CHARLES-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 115, Foot-
ball '54, '55, '56, '57, Baseball '54, Track '56, Intramurals
'54, "55, '57, pp. 23, 26, 90, 93, 111.
BURNS, THERESA-St. Bernard, Freshman Operetta '54,
Civics Club '54, Biology '55, Latin Club '55, Spanish Club
'56, '57, Vice-pres., Variety Show '54, '56, Pep Club '56,
'57, Glee Club '57, SUMMA staff '57, "Red Mill" '56, Vol-
leyball '54, "Sweethearts" '57, SUMMA Booster '57, pp.
23, 67, 78, 86, 112, 153, 120, 121,
BUTLER, IAMES-St. Cecilia, Honor Roll 115, Vocation Club
'56, Glee Club '55, Football, '54, '55, '56, '57, Baseball '54,
Basketball, '54, '55, '56, '57, Track '56, Intramurals, '56,
'57, pp. 24, 32, 84, 90, 93.
CABLE, IAMES-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 125, Sodality '56,
CAIN, NANNETTE-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 145, Spanish
Club Pres. '56, '57, Style Show '56, Freshman Operetta
'54, Biology '55,' Speech Club '57, Latin '54, '55, Civics
Club '54, GAA: Bowling '56, '57, pp. 24, 33, 86.
CAMP, HENRY4St. Bernard, Honor Roll 115, Vocation Club
'56, '57, Football '54, '56, '57, Intramurals '54, '56, '57, pp.
1, 24, 90, 93, 108.
CARROLL, ROBERT-St. Bernard, Band '54, '55, '56, '57,
Treas., Intramurals, '54, pp. 24, 118.
CASTLE, PHYLLIS-St. Mark, Stamp Rep. '54, '55, Civics Club
'54, Latin '54, '55, Biology '55, Speech Club '56, Freshman
Operetta '54, GAA: Swimming '56, '57, Pep Club '56, '57,
Style Show '56, Camera Club '57, p. 25.
CICCIARELLI, ROSALIE-St. Thomas, Honor Roll 175, Na-
tional Honor Society, Valedictorian, Class Vice-Pres. '54,
Class Pres. '56, Freshman Operetta '54, French Club '57,
Latin Club '55, Biology '55, GAA: Volleyball '56, '57,
Champs '56, '57, Basketball '57, Champs '57, Bowling '55,
'56, '57, Pep Club '56, '57, Civics Club '54, Chemistry '57,
Latin '54, '55, pp. 25, 21, 22, 39, 86, 119.
CLAES, MARGUERITE-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 175, National
Honor Society, Red Cross Rep. '54, '57, Art '54, Biology
'55, Library Club '55, Variety Show '55, Junior Prom
Committee '56, "Red Mill" '56, Spanish Club '56, '57, Sec,
Glee Club '56, '57, Pep Club '56, '57, SUMMA Staff '57,
Latin Club '55, Civics Club '54, Speech '56, "Sweet-
hearts". pp. 25, 19, 22, 28, 68, 78, 86, 153, 120, 121.
CLEARY, AUDREY-St. Mary, El Paso, El Paso High '56,
Honor Roll 175 lN'at.ional Honor Society, Class President
'54, '57, Active Sodality '54, '55, '57, Rep. '54, '55, '57,
Pep Club '57, GAA: '54 :Variety Show '54, Latin Club
'55 ,Biology Club '55, Civics Club '54, Spanish Club '57,
Homemaker Award '57, SUMMA Booster '57, pp. 25, 20,
22, 72, 86, 89, 114, 119.
CLEMENS, IUDITH-Freshman Opperetta '54 ,Civics Club '54,
Variety Show '54, '56, Biology '55, Glee Club '56, '57, Pep
Club '56, '57, Pep Club '56, '57, GAA: Swimming '56,
Compact Reporter '57, pp. 25, 39, 153, 120.
CLOSEN, CAROL-St. Cecilia, Honor Roll 175, National Honor
Society, "Compact" Editor '57, Variety Show '54, '55, '56,
'57, Glee Club '55, '56, '57, Latin Club '55, Pres., Civics
Club '55, Pep Club '56, '57, GAA: '54, '55, '56, Biology
'55, Freshman Operetta '54, pp. 24, 71, 72, 89, 115, 172.
CODE, BETTY JANE-wSt. Cecilia, Honor Roll 165, National
Honor Society, Student Council Rep. '54, '55, Sec.-Treas.
'56, '57, Cheerleader '54, Senior Carnival Candidate '54,
GAA: '54, '55, '56, Mission Rep. '54, Glee Club '55, '56,
'57, Pep Club '56, '57, Latin Club '55, French Club '57,
Biology '55, Speech '56, "Compact" Staff '56, Chemistry
'57, Freshman Operetta '54, "Red Mill" '56, Civics Club
'54, Variety Show '54, '55 QGAA: Volleyball '54, '55,
Basketball '54, '55, pp. 24, 66, 86, 120.
CONLEY, CHARLES-St. Philomena, Intramurals '54, '55, '56,
'57, p. 24.
CONSTANTINO, GERALD-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 115,
Vocation Club '57, "Institute" '57, Bowling '54, '55, '56,
'57, Intramurals '54, '55, '56. '57, pp. 24, 31, 107.
CRAIG, MARYfSt. Thomas, Pontiac Township High '54,
Honor Roll 673, National Honor Society, "Compact"
Staff '56, "Compact" Co-Editor '57, Latin Club '55,
Biology Club '55, Band '55, '56, Band Club '55, '56, Var-
iety Show '55, Spanish Club '56, '57, Camera Club '57,
Pep Club '56, '57, Speech Club '56, GAA: Volleyball '57,
pp. 24, 22, 71.
CRAMBLETT, IUDITH-St. John, Honor Roll 6533 Freshman
Operetta '54, GAA: Volleyball '54, Bowling '55, '56,
Biology '55, Civics Club '54, Latin Club '55, Glee Club
'56, Christmas Contata, Spring Concert, Pep Club '56,
'57, Style Show '57, p. 25.
CREMER, NANCYfSt. Edward, Chillicothe, Mission Rep. '54,
'57, Red Cross '54, '55, '56, '57, Active Mission Club Pres.
Stamp Rep, '54, '55, '57, Latin Club '54, GAA: '55, '56
'56, '57, Speech Club '56, Civics Club '54, pp. 25, 72, 76,
CROCKER, MARY ANN-St. Cecilia, Future Nurses '54, '55,
'56, "Compact" '57, SUMMA Booster '57, Chemistry '57,
Biology '55, Civics Club '54, Freshman Operetta '54,
Latin Club '54, '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Red Cross '54,
GAA: '54, Alumnae Club '57, Prom Committee '56, pp.
25. 31, 114.
DAMMANN, ELAINE-St, Bernard, Honor Roll 673, National
Honor Society, Sodality '55, '56, '57, Prefect '57, Rep.
'56, Civics Club '54, Glee Club '55, '56, Speech Club '56,
Variety Show '54, '55, '56, '57, "Red Mill" '56, Latin Club
'55, Cheerleading '54, '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Freshman
Operetta '54, Active Mission Club '57, Chemistry '57,
French Club '57, Biology '55, GAA: '54, '55, Prom Com-
mittee '56, "Compact" '57, Class Treasurer '54, pp. 25, 71,
72, 73, 77, 86.
DANEHY, IANET-St. Philomenia, Honor Roll 623, Future
Nurses '54, '55, Biology '55, Latin Club '55, '56, Civics
Club '54, Variety Show '54, '55, Speech Club '57, Pep
Club '56, '57, Camera Club '57, Chemistry '56, Band '54,
'55, GAA: Volleyball '55, Swimming '56, Band Club '54,
'55, pp. 25, 113.
DELOZIER, LEONARD-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 673, Na-
tional Honor Society '56, '57, Valedictorian, Key Club
'55, '56, '57, Sec., Vocation Club '57, Glee Club '54, '55,
'56, '57, Pres., Science Club '55, '56, '57, Sec., "Institute"
'54, '55, SUMMA Business Manager '57, Bowling '57,
Pontifical Crew '54, '55, '56, '57, Captain, pp. 24, 21, 23,
69, 74, 82, 84, 107, 115.
DEMPSEY, CAROL-St. Cecilia, Honor Roll 613, Latin Club
'55, GAA: Volleyball '55, Swimming '56, Pep Club '56,
'57, Biology '55, Freshman Operetta '54, Civics Club '54,
Prom Committee '56, Style Show '56, pp. 24, 39.
DEMUTH, ROSE MARIE-St. Cecilia, Bishop Muldoon High,
Rockford, '54, '55, '56, Honor Roll 613, Camera Club
Pres. '57, Swimming '57, Chemistry '57, pp. 25, 85.
DENTINO. MAURO-St. Mark, Honor Roll 673, National
Honor Society '56, '57, President, Salutatorian, Key Club
'57, Student Council '57, Glee Club '56, Science Club
'55, '56, '57, Pres., "Institute" '55, '56, '57, Editor, Class
Vice-Pres. '54, Football '54, '55, '56, '57, Track '55, '56,
Intramurals '54, Pontifical Crew '54: "Sweethearts", pp.
25, 21, 23, 67, 70, 84, 90, 92, 118, 112, 120, 121.
DENTINO, RONALD-St. Bernard, Intramurals '54, '55, '56,
'57, p. 26.
DICKERSON, IEANETTE-St. Joseph, Pekin, Red Cross Rep.
'55, '56, '57, Librarian '54, Variety Show '54, '55, Stamp
Committee '54, Freshman Operetta '54, GAA: Swimming
'56, Volleyball '54, '55, '56, Basketball '54, '55, Pep Club
'56, '57, Prom Committee '56, Speech '56, Chemistry '56,
Latin '54, '55, Civics Club '54, Camera Club '57 ,Biology
'55, Future Nurses Club '54, '55, '56, Alumnae Club '57,
"Compact" '56, p. 26.
DONOVAN, MICHAEL-St. Thomas, Honor Roll 643, Glee
Club '55, '56, '57, Science Club '57, Bowling '57, Intra-
murals '54, "Sweethearts", pp. 26, 107, 120.
DUBOIS. ELFREIDA-St. Mary, Metamora, Biology '55, Latin
'54, Speech '56, Stamp Committee '54, '55, '56, '57, Active
Mission Club Vice-Pres. '56, Civics Club '54, p. 26.
DUKE, SUSAN-St. Mark, Biology '55, Art '54, Latin Club '55,
Prom Committee '56, GAA: '54, '55, Pep Club '56, '57,
Variety Show '55, French Club '57, SUMMA Staff '57,
SUMMA Booster '57, "Red Mill" '56, Civics Club '54, pp.
26, 19, 86.
DUNNE, IOHN-St. John, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, p. 27.
DUSENBERRY, PAUL-St. Boniface, Honor Roll 643, National
Honor Society '55, '56, '57, Student Council '57, Glee Club
'55, '56, Band '54, '55, '56, Science Club '55, '56, '57, Vice-
Pres., Football '54, '55, '56, '57, Baseball '54, '56, '57,
Basketball '54, '55, Track '56, Intramurals '54, '55, '56,
'57, "Sweethearts", pp. 27, 67, 84, 90, 93, 118, 152, 112,
DWYER, BERNARD-St. Bernard, Baseball '54, '56, '57,
Basketball '54, '55, '56, '57, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, pp.
27, 88, 96, 98, 99.
EATON, WALTER-St. Patrick, Honor Roll 643, Bowling '56,
'57, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 27, 107.
EBEL, ROBERT-St. Bernard, Vocation Club '55, Intramurals
'54, '55, '56, '57, Glee Club '54, Track '56, p. 27.
EISFELDER, ANTHONY-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 633, Voca-
tion Club '55, '56, Sodality '56, Intramurals '54, '55, '56,
'57, pp. 26, 38.
ENNIS, GERALD-St. Patrick, Honor Roll 633, Band '54, In-
tramurals '54. '55, '56, '57, p. 26.
ENTRICAN, MARGARET-St. Joseph, Honor Roll 613, Library
Club '54, Latin '54, Biology '55, Speech Club '57,
Club '57, Camera Club '57, Swimming '57, Civics '
Freshman Operetta '54, pp. 26, 85.
EVERETTS, PAT-St. Peter, Civics Club '54, Biology '55,
Latin '55, '57, Chemistry '57, GAA: Basketball '54, '55
'56, '57, Champs '57, Volleyball '54, '55, Champs '56, '57,
Bowling '54, '55, Swimming '56, '57, Gym Assistant '57'
All Stars '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 26, 109, 123.
EVOY, BARBARA-St. Mary, Latin Club '55, Science Club '55,
Camera Club '57, Freshman Operetta '54, Speech Club
'56, Pep Club '56, '57, Gym Assistant '57, GAA: Basket-
ball '54, '55, '56, '57, Champs '57, Volleyball '54, '55, '56,
'57, Champs '56, '57, All Stars '54, '55 '57, Bowling '55,
pp. 63, 26, 109.
FAI-IEY, MARILYN-Sacre Coeur, East Peoria High '54, '55,
GAA: Volleyball '56, '57, Bowling '56, Pep Club '56, '57,
Band '56, p. 27.
FARRIS, LAURICE-St. Patrick, Civics Club '54, Art '55, Gen-
eral Science '56, Speech '56, Glee Club '56, '57, Mission
Club '56, '57, Style Show '56, Latin '57, pp. 27, 77.
FEGER, CATHERINE-St. Cecilia, Biology '55, Latin Club
'55, Freshman Operetta '54, Speech Club '57, Civics Club
'54, Style Show '56, GAA: Basketball '54, Pep Club '56,
pp. 27, 28.
FILZEN, PATRICIA-St. Boniface, Active Mission Club '55,
'56, '57, Freshman Operetta '54, Civics Club '54, Speech
Club '56, CSMC Convention '56, pp. 27, 77.
FREDELL, PATRICIA-St. Thomas, Band '54, '55, '56, '57,
Band Club Historian '56, '57, CSMC Convention '56, Mis-
sion Rep. '56, Active Mission Club '56, '57, Mission Club
Vice-Pres. '57, Pep Club '56, '57, Variety Show '54, '55,
'56, "Compact" Staff '57, Prom Committee '55 ,Biology
'55, Latin Club '55, GAA: Basketball '55, Swimming '56,
pp. 27, 25, 71, 72, 77, 80, 81, 76.
GAFFNEY, LOUIS-St. Cecilia, Honor Roll 633, Key Club '57,
Student Council '56, '57, Treasurer, "Institute" '55, Class
President '56, Class Vice-Pres. '57, Football '54, '55,
Baseball '54, '56, '57, Basketball '54, '55, '56, Track '55,
pp. 26, 20, 67, 116, 118. 152.
GEIER, IULIA-St. Monica, Latin '54, Speech Club '56,
Science Club '55, Camera Club '57, Mission Club '57, Pep
Club '56, '57, Civics Club '54, Red Cross '54, GAA: Volley-
ball '54, '55, '56, Champs '57, Basketball '54, '55, '56,
Champs '57, Variety Show '56, '57, Freshman Operetta
'54, pp. 26, 37, 109.
GEORGE, SHARON-St. Mark, General Science '55, Speech
'56, Pep Club '56, Style Show '55, Home Nursing '57, pp.
GEORGE, THOMAS-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 613, Key Club
'56, Vocation Club '56, '57, Football '54, '55, '56, '57,
Baseball '57, Track '56, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, pp.
27, 90, 92, 119.
GIBERSON, STEVEN-St. Thomas, Glee Club '54, '55, Intra-
murals '54, '55, '56, '57, p. 28.
GILLES, ARLENE-St. Mary, Kickapoo, Civics Club '54,
Biology '55, GAA: Volleyball '57, Basketball '57, Pep
Club '56, '57, p. 28.
GILLES, NANCY4St. Mary, Kickapoo, Pep Club '56, '57,
Biology Club '55, Band '54, Speech '57, Variety Show
'54, p. 28.
GIRSCH, ANN-St. Edward, Chillicothe, Glee Club '55, '56,
Biology '55, Speech Club '57, Freshman Operetta '54,
Variety Show '54, p. 28.
GRABER, VIRGINIA-St. Boniface, Honor Roll 125, Freshman
Operetta '54, Future Nurses '54, '55, '56, CSMC Conven-
tion '54, Civics Club '54 ,Mission Rep. '55, Biology '55,
Latin Club '55, Speech '56, Pep Club '56, '57, Red Cross
Rep. '57, Chemistry '57, Camera Club '57, pp. 28, 77, 85.
GRAY, MICHAEL-St. Pilomena, Honor Roll 115, Key Club
'57, Student Council '55, '57, Pres., Vocation Club '56,
SUMMA Co-Editor '57, Class Vice-Pres. '54, Class Presi-
dent '57, Football '57 ,Baseball '54, Basketball '54, Track
'55, '56, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, DAR Aaward Win-
ner '57, pp. 29, 20, 67, 68, 89, 91, 92.
GRIMM, SHARON-St. Mark, Honor Roll 165, Mission Rep.
'54, Art '54, Future Nurses '55, Class Vice-Pres. '55,
Biology '55, Swimming '55, Latin '54, '55, Stamp Rep.
'56, Chemistry '56, Prom Queen Attendant '56, Camera
Club '57, Student Council Rep. '57, General Science '57,
Pep Club '56, '57, Variety Show '54, '55, '56, Civics Club
'54, pp. 29, 22, 66, 85.
GUILFOYLE, IOAN-Sacre Coeur, Sodality '55, '56, '57, Rep.
'56, '57, Civics '54, Freshman Operetta '54, Latin Club
'56, Biology '55, Speech '56, Variety Show '55, '56, '57,
Homecoming Attendant '56, Pep Club '56, '57, Glee Club
'56, '57, Camera Club '57, GAA: '54, '55, '56, '57, Bowling
'55, '56, pp. 29, 72, 73.
GURA, I. TERRY-St. Mark, Vocation Club '55, Secretary,
Glee Club '55, '56, Science Club '57, Institute '54, '55 ,56,
'57, Student Council '57, Library Club '56, '57, Beasketball
'54, Track '55, '56, '57, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57,
Library Club '56, '57, Student Council '57, "Sweethearts"
'57, pp. 29, 67, 120.
HADANK, IUDITH-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 175, National
Honor Society, Student Council, Vice-Pres. '57, Rep. '56,
Sportsmanship Chairman '57, Prom Attendant '56, Glee
Club '55, '56, '57, "Red Mill" '56, Freshman Operetta
'54, Speech Club '56, Pep Club '56, '57, French Club '57,
Civics Club '54 ,Latin Club '55, Variety Show '55, '56,
GAA: Volleyball '54, '55, Basketball '54, '55, "Compact"
Staff '57, SUMMA Booster '57, Camera Club '57, Biology
'54, "Sweethearts" '57, pp. 29, 66, 79, 86, 113, 120, 121,
HAFELE. ROSALIE-St. Thomas, Variety Show '54, Band '54,
Biology Club '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Speech Club '56,
Civics Club '54, Red Cross Rep. '56, Future Nurse's
Club '54, Style Show '56, p. 28.
HALSTED, SHIRLEY-St. Mary, Kickapoo, Honor Roll 175,
Library Club '55, '56, '57, Sec. '56, Red Cross '57, Chem-
istry '57 ,Biology '55, Latin '55, '56, Pep Club '56, '57,
Freshman Operetta '54, GAA: Bowling '56, '57, pp. 28,
HANLEY. IUDY-St. Mark, Honor Roll 155, GAA: Volleyball
Champs '56, Red Cross Rep. '54, Sodality Rep. '54, '55,
Treasurer '56, Cheerleader '54, '55, '56, '57, Class Trea-
surer '55, Art '54, Variety Show '54, '55, Pep Club '56,
'57, Chemistry '57 ,Camera Club '57, Latin Club '55,
French Club '57, Alumnae Club '57, pp. 28, 72, 85, 86,
HANLEY, SUSAN-St. Mary's Kickapoo, Honor Roll 115,
GAA: Bowling '55, '56, '57, Basketball '54, '55, '56, '57,
Volleyball 254, '55, '56, '57, Champs '56, Latin Club '54,
'55 ,Freshman Operetta '54, Junior Prom Attendant '56,
Civics Club '54, Pep Club '56, '57, Biology '55, p. 28.
HAPPACH. MARGARET-St. Mary, Sodality '54, Latin Club
'55, Alumnae Club '57, Camera Club '57, G.A.A. Basket-
ball '54, '55, Volleyball '54, '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Fresh-
man Operetta '54, Variety Show '56 :Biology '55, Civics
Club '54, pp. 28.
HEATHMAN. CAROL-St. Pilomena, Menlo-Atherton High,
Menlo Park, Calif. '54, '55, '56, Pep Club '57, Speech '57,
HEINZ, EUGENE-St. Mark, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, p.
HEINZ, MARGARET-St. Mark, Latin Club '55, Freshman
Operetta '54 ,Glee Club '55, '56, Future Murses Club '55,
Biology '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Active Mission Club '56,
'57, Chemistry '56, Camera Club '57, Alumnae Club Vice-
Pres. '57, Mission Rep. '57, p. 29, 76, 85.
HERBER. IEANNE-St. Mark, Trinity High '54, Honor Roll
135, Pep Club '56, '57, Latin Club '55, '56, Future Nurses
'55, French Club '57, Swimming '56, Biology '55, Variety
Show '55, '56, Speech Club '57, Prom Committee '56,
"Sweethearts" Director '57, pp. 29, 39, 86, 120.
HICKEY, CHARLES-St. Thomas, Baseball '54, '56, '57,
Basketball '54, '55, '56, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57,
"Sweethearts" '57, pp. 29, 26, 84, 152, 120, 121.
HOENSELAAR, PATRICI1-1vSt. Edward, Chillicothe, Honor
Roll 115, Biology '55, Latin Club '55, Freshman Operetta
'54, Civics Club '54, p. 28.
HOLBROCK, IOSEPH-St. Thomas, Honor Roll 175, National
Honor Society '55, '56, '57, Vocation Club '57, SUMMA
'57 ,Baseball '54, Basketball '54, Bowling '56, '57, Intra-
murals '54, '55, '56, '57, Golf '56, pp. 28, 69, 84, 107.
HOULAHAN, LORETTA-St. Bernard, Glee Club '55, '56,
Variety Show '54, '55, '56, "Red Mills" '56, SUMMA
Booster '57, Future Nurses '55, Pep Club '56, '57, "Com-
pact" '56, GAA: Basketball '54, '55, '56, Volleyball '54,
'55, SUMMA Staff '57, Homecoming Attendant '54, Bio-
logy '55, Latin Club '55, Civics Club '54, Freshman Op-
eretta '54, Sodality Style Show '54, pp. 29, 68, 1, 119, 123,
HOWE, FREDRICK-Holy Family, Intramurals '54, '55, '56,
'57, p. 29.
IOERGER, IOSEPH-St. Mary's, Lourdes, Intramurals '57,
pp. 30, 24, 111.
INSKEEP, PATRICIA-St. Bernard, Freshman Operetta '54,
Biology '55, Pep Club '56, '57, GAA: '57, Latin Club '55,
pp. 30, 25.
IOCHMAN. IEANINE-St. Mark, Honor Roll 175, Student
Council Rep. '54, '55, Treasurer '56, Pres. '57, National
Honor Society '57 ,Advertising Essay Winner '56, Sodality
'56, '57, "Red Mills" '56, SSCA '56, CSMC Convention '54,
Variety Show '55, '56, GAA: '54, '55, '56, Glee Club '55,
'56, Future Nurses '54, Speech '56, Freshman Operetta
'54, Biology '55, "Sweethearts" '57, pp. 30, 66, 72, 115,
IOHNSTON, BEVERLY-St. Cecilia, Freshman Operetta '54,
Variety Show '54, '55, '56, Future Nurses '54, Biology
'55, Latin '54, "Red Mill" '56, Pep Club '56, '57, GAA:
Valleyball '54, Basketball '54, Style Show '56, pp. 30, 37.
IOHNSON, HERB-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 145, National
Honor Society '57, Treas., Key Club '56, '57, Student
Council '57, Glee Club '55, Science Club '56, '57, SUMMA
Sports Editor '57, Class Treas. '57, Red Cross '56, '57,
Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, "Sweethearts" Stage Crew
'57, pp. 30, 20, 67, 68, 82, 113, 154.
KARPOWICZ, SHARONfSt. Thomas, Dunlap High '54, GAA,
Basketball '55, Volleyball '55, Latin '55, Mission Club '55,
Future Nurses Club '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Science '55'
Style Show '56, Biology '55, p. 31.
KELLY, EDMUND-St. Bernard, Key Club '57, Band '54, '55,
'56, Baseball '54, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 31, 36.
KELSCH. CHARLENEfSt. Mark, Camera Club '57, Biology
'55, Freshman Operetta '54, Stamp Rep. '57, Future Nurs-
es Club '54, '55, '56, Vice-Pres. '57, Bowling '56, '57, Pep
Club '56, '57, Civics Club '54, Latin Club '55, Alumnae
Club '57, pp. 31, 72, 76, 85.
KEMPF. BETTY-St. Bernard, Glee Club '54, '55, Pep Club
'55, Active Mission Club '56, Camera Club '57, Biology
'55, Compact '56, Latin '54, '55, '56, Chemistry '56, Civics
54,, Style Show '55, Freshman Operetta '54, p. 31.
KENNEDY, IULIEANNfSt. Bernard, Honor Roll 165, Fresh-
man Operetta '54, GAA: Basketball '54, '55, Pep Club '56,
'57, Civics Club '54, Variety Show '56, '57, Cremistry '57,
Active Mission Club '56, Latin Club '54, '55, Biology '55,
Speech Club '56, pp. 31, 26.
KENNEDY, MICHAEL --Sacred Heart, Intramurals '54, '55, '56,
'57: p. 30.
KERRIGAN, IANET-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 125, Glee Club
'53, '55, Pep Club '55, '56, Active Mission Club '56, Latin
'54, '55, Variety Show '54, Chemistry '56, Civics Club '54,
GAA: Basketball '54, '55, Biology '55, Freshman Operetta
'54, Compact Fashion Editor '56, '57, Camera Club '57,
Style Show '56, p. 30.
KING. MICHAELfSt. Bernard, Honor Roll 125, Class Sec. '54,
Basketball '54, Intramurals '54, '56, '57, p. 30.
KIRCHGESSNER, EDWARD-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 115, Vo-
cation Club '56, '57, Sodality '56, Intramurals '54, '55, '56,
'57, pp. 30, 24, 131.
KNICKERBOCKER, IAMES-St. Philomena, Bowling '55, '56,
Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, p. 30.
KNIGHT, ROBERT-St. Bernard, Vocation Club '56, Class
Treas. '56, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 31. 116.
KONVALINKA, MARY-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 475, Civics
Club '54, Biology '55, Latin Club '55, GAA: Basketball '54,
'55, Pep Club '56, '57, Freshman Operetta '54, Homecom-
ing Attendant '55, Speech Club '56, Mission Club '56,
SUMMA Staff '57, SUMMA Booster '57, "Compact" '55,
555, glass Vice-Pres. '57, Variety Show '54, '55, '56, pp. 31,
, 6 .
KRAUSE, DOLORES-St. John, Freshman Operetta '54, Bowl-
ing '56, Biology '56, Pep Club '56, '57, General Science
Club '56, Civics Club '54, p. 31.
KSYCKI, ADELE-St. Boniface, Sodality '54, Freshman Oper-
etta '54, Civics Club '54, GAA: '54, Latin Club Pres. '55,
Variety Show '55, Biology Club '55, Stamp Rep. '55, Mis-
sion Treas. '56, Pep Club '56, '57, Speech Club '56, As-
sistant Gym Teacher '57, Compact Business Manager '57,
pp. 31, 71.
KUIAWA, MARIAN-St. Mark, Hall High, Spring Valley, Ill.
'54, '55, '56, Honor Roll 455, Sodality '57, Pep Club '57,
Speech Club '57, Camera Club '57, GAA '57, pp. 31, 77, 85.
LAHOOD, BEVERLY-St. Patrick, Freshman Operetta '54,
Latin Club '54, Civics Club '54, Science Club '55, Speech
Club, Sec. '56, Pep Club '56, '57, GAA: Basketball '55,
Volleyball '55, Style Show '56, Junior Prom Queen '57,
pp. 30, 122.
LAMPRECHT, WILLIAM-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 415,
SUMMA Co-Editor '57, Student Council '57, Glee Club
'54, '55, Golf '54, '56, '57, Sodality '57, Intramurals '54,
'55, '56, '57, pp. 30, 67, 68, 113.
LANDUYT, IACQUELINE-St. Thomas, Honor Roll 415,
SUMMA Staff '57, GAA: Bowling '55, '56, '57, Civics Club
'54, Latin Club '55, Style Show '56, Freshman Operetta
'54,' Speech '57, Biology '55, Pep Club '56, '57, SUMMA
Booster '57, Compact '57, pp, 19, 31, 68, 71.
LANGENBERG, CAROL-St. Mark, Honor Roll 475, National
Honor Society, Class President '55, Freshman Operetta
'54, SUMMA Staff '57, SUMMA Booster '57, Variety Show
'54, '55, Glee Club '55, '56, '57, Pres. '57, Latin Club '55,
'56, '57, General Science Club Sec. '56, "Red Mill" '56,
GAA: '54, '55, Vocal Class '57, Civics Club '54, Pep Club
'56, '57, "Sweethearts" '57, pp. 31, 68, 78, 79, 120, 121.
LEE, GERALD-St. Joseph, Class Treas. '54, Football '54, '55,
'56, '57, Baseball '54, Basketball '54, Track '56, '57, Pon-
tifical Crew '54, '55, '56, '57, pp.'32, 74, 89, 90, 93, 94.
LEMOINE, THOMASYSt. Philomena, Intramurals '54, '55, '56,
'57, pp. 31, 32.
LENAWAY, MARY-Sacre Coeur, Honor Roll 415, Freshman
Operetta '54, Variety Show '54, "Red Mill" '56, Glee Club
'55. '56, '57, GAA: Swimming '56, Pep Club '56, '57, Latin
Club '55, "Compact" '56, '57, Biology '55, Civics '54, pp.
32, 39, 71.
LEUALLEN, BARBARAfSacred Heart, Glee Club '55, '56, '57,
"Red Mill" '56, Variety Show '54, '55, '56, GAA: '54, '55,
Pep Club '56, '57, Freshman Operetta '54, Latin Club '55,
Biology '55, "Compact" '54, Speech Club '56, Civics Club
'54, Future Nurses '54, p. 32.
LEWIS, TERESA-St. Mary, Future Nurses '54, '55, Band '54,
'55, '56, '57, Orchestra, Pres. '57, Civics Club '54, Fresh-
man Operetta '54, Biology '56, Chemistry '57, General
Science Club '55, p. 32.
LUDOLPH, IEROME-St. Mary, Kickapoo, Honor Roll 415,
Intramurals '54, '55, '56, pp. 29, 33.
MALONEY, DUANE-St. Boniface, Honor Roll 425, Band '54,
'55, Intramurals '56, '57, p. 33.
MALSON, DONALD-St, Bernard, Honor roll 435, Intramurals
'54, '55, '56, '57, p. 33.
MANN, HELEN-Immaculate Conception, Lacon, GAA: Vol-
leyball '54, Swimming '57, Pep Club '57, Freshman Oper-
etta '54, Band '55, Biology '55, Speech Club '56, Camera
Club '57, General Science Club '57, pp. 33, 85.
MANSFIELD, MICHAEL-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 415,
National Honor Society '57, Science Club '57, Bowling
'56, Intramurals '56, '57, Golf '56, '57, pp. 33, 108.
MARCHULONES, KENNETHESL Boniface, Honor Roll 4753
National Society '57, Key Club '55, '56, Pres. '57, Student
Council '57, Vocation Club '55, Glee Club '55, '56, '57,
Science Club "55. '56, '57, SUMMA '57, Pontifical Crew
'54, '55, '56, '57, Red Cross '57, pp. 32, 67, 74, 82, 118.
MARLIERE, LEROY-St, Cecilia, Honor Roll 465, National
Honor Society '56, '57, Key Club '55, Student Council
'57, Vocation Club '55. '56, '57, Glee Club '54, '55, '56. '57,
Sec., Sodality '55, Sec. '56, Prefect '57, "Institute" '55, '56,
'57, Intramurals '54: pp. 32. 67, 75.
MARTIN, MARVIN-St. Mary, Kickapoo, Intramurals '54, '55,
'56, '57, pp. 24, 32.
MAUK, ARA ANN-St. Cecilia, Future Nurses Club '54, Fresh-
man Operetta '54, Stamp Rep. '54, '57, GAA: Volleyball
'54, '55, Basketball '54, '55, CSMC Convention '54, '56,
Variety Show '56, Red Cross '57, Camera Club '57, Active
Mission Club '57, General Science Club '56, SUMMA
Booster '57, Biology '55, Glee Club '56, Chemistry '57,
Speech Club '57, French Club '57, Pep Club '56, '57, pp.
32, 76, 77, 85, 86, 178.
MAUK, WILLIAM-St. Cecilia, Glee Club '54, Intramurals '54,
'55, '56, '57, p. 32.
MCCARTHY, DIANE-St. Bernard, Variety Show '54, '55, '56,
Freshman Operetta '54, Biology '55, "Compact" Staff '55,
GAA: Basketball '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Future Nurses
Club '54, Speech Club '57, Style Show '56, pp. 33, 89.
McENROE, SHARONfSt. Mark, Honor Roll 445, Biology '55,
Freshman Operetta '54, Latin Club '55, GAA: Volleyball
'55, Glee Club '55, '56, '57, Pep Club '56, '57, Alumnae
Club '57, Mission Rep. '57, "Compact" '57, "Sweethearts"
'57, pp. 33, 71, 76, 78, 85, 120, 121.
MCENROE, STEPHEN-St. Mark, Glee Club '54, Science Club
'57, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, "Sweethearts '57, pp. 33,
MCENTEE, RICHARD-St. Bernard, Intramurals, '56, '57, p. 33.
MCINTYRE, JAMES-St. Thomas, Intramurals, '56, '57, p. 33.
McKEE, CAROL ANN-St. John, GAA '54, Freshman Operetta
'54, Stamp Rep. '56, Red Cross '54, Variety Show '54, Pep
Club '56, '57, General Science Club '55, Speech Club '56,
Civics Club '57, p. 32.
MEEHAN, MICHAEL-St. Mark, Intramurals, '54, '55, '56, '57,
Glee Club, '54, pp. 32, 64.
MELONIS, ANITA-St. Boniface '54, '56, '57, St. Mary's Nau-
voo '55, Honor Roll 425, Band, '54, '56, '57, Variety Show
'54, Glee Club '57, "Compact" '57, Pep Club '56, '57,
Civics Club '54, Latin Club '54, General Science Club '57,
MENGES, AUDREY-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 475, National
Honor Society, Salutatorian, Sodality '57, SUMMA Staff
'57, SUMMA Booster '57, Variety Show '56, '57, Freshman
Operetta, '54, GAA '54, '55, "Compact" '56, Spanish Club
'56, '57, Biology '55, Latin Club '55, Pep Club '56, '57,
Civics Club '54, pp. 21, 22, 33, 36, 68, 72, 86, 114, 119, 120.
METZ, MONICA-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 475, National
Honor Society, Sodality '57, "Red Mill" '56, Freshman
Operetta '54, Student Colncil Rep. '54, SUMMA Staff '57,
SUMMA Booster '57, Glee Club '55, '56, '57, Vice-Pres.,
Variety Show '54, '55, '56, '57, Cheerleader '54, '55, GAA
'54, '55, Future Nurses '54, '55, '56, Pep Club '56, '57,
Civics Club '54, Latin Club '55, Biology '55, Speech Club
'56, pp. 22, 26, 34, 68, 72, 79, 120.
MEYER, IO ANN-St. Peter, Honor Roll 465, National Honor
Society, Academy Girl, Sodality '54, '55, '56, '57, Unit
Leader '57, Student Council Rep. '55, '56, '57, Glee Club
'55, '56, '57, Sec. '56, SUMMA Business Editor '57, Variety
Show '54, '55, '56, Freshman Operetta '54, Junior Prom
Committee '56, Junior Ensemble '56, GAA: Volleyball '54,
'55, Biology '55, Latin Club '55, Civics Club '54, pp. 34,
66, 68, 72, 85, 120, 172.
MILES, NANCY CARROLL-St. Mark, Glee Club '56, Variety
Show '54, '55, Freshman Operetta '54, Red Cross Rep.
'54, Speech Club '56, Biology '55, Latin Club '55, Pep Club
'56, '57, pp. 27, 34.
MILLER, SHARON-Sacre Coeur, Honor Roll 465, Sodality '54,
'55, Rep. '56, Unit Leader '57, Alumnae Club '57, Cheer-
leader '54, '55, Speech Club '56, Camera Club '57, Latin
Club '55, Compact '54, '55, '56, '57, French Club '57, Pep
Club '56, '57, Variety Show '54, '55, '56, Swimming '56,
Biology '55, Civics '54, Active Mission Club '56, Art '54,
pp. 18, 34, 71, 72, 86, 115.
MILLER, SONDRA-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 455, Sodality '57,
Variety Show '56, Chemistry '56, Freshman Operetta '54,
Speech Club '57, Red Cross '57, Active Mission Club '57,
Camera Club '57, Spanish Club '56, '57, Biology '55, Latin
Club '55, Alumnae Club '57, Pep Club '56, '57, pp. 33, 34,
73, 86, 118.
MIRANDE, MICHAEL-St. John, Honor 475, National Honor
Society, Key Club '57, Student Council '55, '57, Class
Pres. '54, '55, Baseball, '54, '56, '57, Basketball, '54, '56,
'57, Track '56, Intramurals, '54, '55, '56, '57, t'Sweet-
hearts" '57, pp. 36. 67, 96, 98, 100, 118.
MOHR, SONDRA-St.. Bernard, Peoria High, '54, Speech, '56,
Future Nurses, '57, Pep Club, '56, '57, Biology, '55, Bas-
ketball, '55, p. 35.
MOORE, IOYCE-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 157, National Honor
Society, Sodality, '54, '55, '56, '57, Unit Leader, Missions
Rep. '56, Pres. '57, Red Cross, Pres. '56, V-Pres. '57, Glee
Club, "55, '56, '57, Latin Club, '55, '56, Speech Club, '57,
Pep Club, '56, '57, Freshman Operetta, SUMMA Booster,
pp. 35, 71, 72, 76, 77, 78, 83, 85, 86, 115, 178.
MORRISSEY, THOMAS-St. Bernard, Vocation Club, "55, '56,
Intramurals, '45, '55, '56, '57, p. 35.
MORSE, DWAYNE-St. Thomas, Honor Roll 127, Vocation
Club, '55, '56, '57, Glee Club, '54, Bowling, '56, '57, Intra-
murals, '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 35, 107.
MURPHY, ELLEN-St, Mark, Honor Roll 127, Latin Club, '55,
'56, '57, Variety Show, '55, '56, "Red Mill" '56, Freshman
Operetta '54, Speech Club '56, Glee Club '56, '57, Vocal
Class '57, Biology '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Civics Club '54,
GAA: Swimming '56, pp. 34, 86.
MURRAY, MICHAEL-St. Thomas, Glee Club, '54, Intramur-
als, '54, '55, '56, '57, p. 34.
NAUER, IOSEPHJSL Philomena, Intramurals, '54, '55, '56,
NAUMAIE, DONALD-St. Mary's Kickapoo, Intramurals, '57,
pp. 34, 29.
NOLL. IOHN-St. Mary's Metamora, Intramurals, '57, p. 34.
O'DONNELL, MAUREEN-St. Bernard, Glee Club '55, '56, '57,
Freshman Operetta '54, "Red Mill" '56, "Sweethearts"
'57, Variety Show '54, '55, '56, '57, GAA: '55, 56, Biology
'55, Junior Prom Committee '56, Civics Club '54, Pep Club
'56, '57, pp. 35, 36.
OHLMAN, VERNA-St. Bernard, Olr Lady's Academv, Man-
teno, Ill., '54, '55, Camera Club '57, Speech '55, Compact
'56, '57, pp. 35, 85.
OHNEMUS. THERESA-Sacre Coeur, Cheerleader '54, '55, '56,
Pep Club '56, Speech Club '56, Freshman Operetta '54,
Variety Show '55, Science Club '55, Civics Club '54, Latin
Club '54, p, 35.
O'NEIL, IOHN-St. Mary's Kickapoo, Intramurals, '54, '55,
'56, '57, p. 35.
ONYUN, SUZANNE-St. Philomena, Glee Club '54, '55, '56,
Freshman Operetta '54, Variety Show '55, '56, "Compact"
Staff '57, Future Nurses '54, '55, GAA: Volleyball '54, '55,
Swimming '56, General Science Club, Pres. '57, Alumnae
Club Pres. '57, Latin Club '54, '55, Civics Club '54, Red
Cross '54, Biology '55, Pep Club '56, Speech Club '56,
French Club '57, pp. 31, 35, 85, 86.
O'RUSSA, IOANNE-St. Thomas, Honor Roll 177, National
Honor Society, "Compact" Staff '54, '55, '56, '57, Sodality
Rep. '54, '55, '57, Sec. '56, Camera Club '57, Variety Show
'54, '55, '56, Speech Club '56, Latin Club '55, French Club
'57, Biology '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Civics Club '54, Red
Cross '54, Alumnae Club '57, Future Nurses '54, '55, '56,
'57, Junior Prom Committee '56, Stamp Committee '55,
Band '54, '55, pp. 34, 71, 72, 73, 85, 86.
OELLA, DELORES-St. Mary, Honor Roll 127, GAA: Volley-
ball '54, '55, '57, Basketball '54, '55, '57, Latin Club '55,
Camera Club '57, Variety Show '56, Freshman Operetta
'54, Alumnae Club '57, Future Nurses Club '57, Pep Club
'56, '57, Biology '55, Civics Club '54, pp. 34, 85.
PENCE, MICHAEL-St. Thomas, Honor Roll 157, Mission Rep.
'55, GAA: Volleyball '54, '55, '56, '57, Basketball '54, '55,
'56, Bowling '55, '56, '57, SUMMA Co-Editor '57, Junior
Prom Committee, '56, Style Show '56, Variety Show '54,
'56, '57, SUMMA Booster '57, Biology '55, Civics Club '54,
Chemistry '57, Speech Club '57, Latin Club '55, French
Club '57, Pep Club '56, '57, Art '54, pp. 35, 68, 86, 109, 118,
123, 131, 172.
PERRILLES, WILLIAM-St. John, Intramurals, '54, '55, '56,
'57: pp. 35, 111.
PERSICH, RICHARD-St. Patrick, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, 57,
pp. 29, 36, 11.
PHILLIPS, ROBERT-St. Cecilia, Honor Roll 117, Glee Club
'54, Sodality '57, Baseball '54, Intramurals '54, '55, '56,
'57, p. 36.
POLSER, PEG-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 127, Speech Club
'55, Spanish Club '56, '57, Variety Show '56, Biology '55,
Pep Club '56, '57, GAA: Basketball '55, '56, '57, Volleyball
'55, Swimming '56, All Stars '57, pp. 33, 36, 109, 123.
PORRITT, CYNTHIA-St. Philomena, Freshman Operetta '54,
Speech Club '57, Biology '55, Pep Club '56, GAA: Basket-
ball '54, '55, Volleyball '54, '55, Assistant Gym Teacher
'57, Civics Club '54, Latin Club '55, p. 36.
POWELL, IACQUELINE-St. Mark, Stamp Rep. '54, '56, Mis-
sion Rep. '54, '56, Freshman Operetta '54, Variety Show
'54, '55, '56, 'tRed Mill" '56, Glee Club '56, Biology '55,
Speech Club '56, Pep Club '56, '57, GAA: Bowling, '55, '56,
'57, Assistant Gym Teacher '57, p. 36.
RALSTON, PATRICIA-St. Cecilia, Alumnae Club, Sec. '57,
SUMMA Staff '57, French Club '57, Junior Prom Com-
mittee '56, Speech Club '56, Latin Club '55, Future
Nurses '54, '55, Variety Show '54, Art '54, Civics Club '54,
Swimming '56, pp. 31, 37, 65, 68, 85, 86, 153.
Biology '55, Pep Club '56, '57, GAA: Volleyball '54, '55,
RECK. CAROLE-Holy Family, Glee Club '55, Future Nurses
'54, '55, Variety Show '55, '56, '57, Freshman Operetta
'54, Compast Staff '57, Speech Club '56, Red Cross '54,
Latin Club '54, Civics Club '54, Active Mission Club '56,
Basketball '54, '55, Pep Club '56, p. 37.
REED, RITA-St. Mary, Sodality '54, '55, '56, '57, Active Mis-
sion Club '57, Red Cross Rep. '55, '56, Speech Club '56,
Science Club '55, Civics Club '54, Freshman Operetta '54,
Pep Club '56, Volleyball '55, p: 37.
REISING, HELEN-St. Mark, Mission Rep. '57, Band '54, '55,
'56, Sec. '57, General Science Club '55, Variety Show '55,
Speech '56, Civics Club '54, Pep Club '57, pp. 37, 76, 80.
RICCI, WILLIAM-Sacre Coeur, Honor Roll 127, Key Club '55'
Football '54, '55, '56, '57, Baseball '54, '56, '57, Baskctbal
'54, '55, '56, '57, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, pp. 37, 88, 90, 92,
97, 98 100.
ROGERS. BETTY-St. Cecilia, Alumnae Club 57, Speech '56,
GAA: Volleyball '55, Pep Club '56, '57, pp. 36, 85.
ROGERS, DONNA-St. Boniface, Honor Roll 117, Band '54,
'55, '56, Librarian '56, Variety Show '54, Majorette '54,
'55, '56, Latin Club '54, Biology '55, Pep Club '57, p. 36.
ROMANUS, RAYMOND-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 177,
National Honor Society '56, '57, Vocation Club '57, Glee
Club '54, Science Cllb '55, '56, '57, Sodality '56, Intramur-
als '54, '55, '56, pp. 30, 36.
ROTH. BARB1-IRR-St. Mark, Honor Roll 177, Sodality '55, '56,
'57, Future Nurses '54, Latin Club '55, '56, '57, Variety
Show '55, '56, '57, "Red Mill" '56, Student Council Rep
'56, '57, Mission Rep. '55, Pep Club '56, '57, pp. 36, 66, 72,
115, 118, 120.
RUGGLES, DANIEL-St. Thomas, Science Club '57, Intramur-
als '54, '55, '56, '57, p. 36.
RYAN, SHARON-St. Cecilia, Variety Show '55, '56, '57, Span-
ish '56, '57, Speech '57, Chemistry '56, Biology '55, Stamp
Rep. '54, Civics Club '54, Freshman Operetta '54, Pep
Club '56, '57, GAA: Basketball '54, '55, pp. 27, 37, 86.
SACK, MICHAEL-St. Mark, Honor Roll 137, Vocation Club
'56, '57, Science Club '57, "Institute" '57, Track '55, ln-
tramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 18, 35, 37.
SANDER, IOSEPH-St. Mark, Key Club '55, '56, '57, Student
Council '56, Class Treasurer '55, Vice-Pres. '56, Vocation
Club Sec. '56, Football '55, '56, '57, Co-Captain, Track
'56, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 37, 90, 93.
SAUER, STEPHEN-St. Patrick, Washington, Intramurals '57,
Speech Club '57, pp. 37, 11, 116.
SCHAHILL, FRANK-St. Thomas, Institute '54, Intramurals
'54, '55, '56, p. 37.
SCHAFER, FREDERICK-St. Mark, Glee Club '54, Science
Club '55, '56, '57, Sodality '56, "Sweethearts" Stage Crew
'57, Intramurals '54, '55, p. 37.
SCHAUB, HELEN-St. Mary's, Kickapoo, Honor Roll 117,
Latin Club '55, Biology '55, Civics Club '54, Freshman
Operetta '54, p. 36.
SCHAUB. PETER-St. Mary's Kickapoo, Intramurals '54, '55,
'56. '57, p. 37.
SCHEERER, TANYA-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 137, SUMMA
Booster '57, Latin Club '54, '55, Variety Show '55, '56, '57,
Speech Club '56, Futlre Nurses '55, Chemistry Club '57,
Compact '57, Biology '55, Civics Club '54, Cheerleader
'54, '55, CSMC Convention '55, Pep Club '56, '57, pp. 37,
130, 152, 178.
SCHLIS, MARIANNE-St. Boniface, Variety Show '54, '55, '56,
'57, Speech Club '56, Junior Prom Attendant '56, Home-
coming Queen '57, Cheerleader '54, '55, '56, '57, Freshman
Operetta '54, GAA: '54, '55, '56, Latin Club '54, Biology
'55, Civics Club '54, Pep Club '56, '57, pp. 38, 103, 116, 117.
SCHUH, SANDRA-St. Peter, Stamp Rep. '54, GAA: Volley-
ball '54, '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Freshman Operetta '54,
Speech Club '56, Latiin Club '54, Science Club '55, p. 38.
SCHMIDT, IEROME-St. Boniface, Intramurals '54, '55, '56,
'57, p. 38.
SCHNEIDER, HAROLD-St. Thomas, Intramurals '54, '55, '56,
'57, p. 38.
SCHUPP, IAMES-St. Thomas, Honor Roll 675, National
Honor Society '56, '57, Key Club '55, Vocation Club '55,
'56, '57, Treasurer, Glee Club '54, Science Club '55, '56,
'57, "Institute" '55, SUMMA '57, Bowling '56, '57, Intra-
murals '54, '55, '56, '57, Golf '54, '56, '57, pp. 30, 38, 75.
SCHUPP, JUDY-St. Mary, Tech High School, Omaha, Neb.,
'54, Spanish Club '56, '57, Speech '56, Variety Show '55,
GAA: Basketball '55, '56, Volleyball '55, '56, Bowling '55,
Future Nurses '55, Library Assistant '55, Pep Club '56
'57, Biology '55, p. 39, 86.
SCOTT, MICHAEL-St. Philomena, Band '54, '55, '56, '57,
Football '54, '55, '56, Track '56, Library Club '56, '57, p.
SCOVIL, IUDY-St. Patrick, Honor Roll 625, Student Council
Rep. '55, GAA: '54, '55, '56, '57, Spanish Club '56, '57,
Latin Club '54, '55, Biology' 55, Freshman Operetta '54'
Variety Show '54, Civics Club '54, pp. 39, 86.
SI-IEA, JAMES-St. Cecilia, Honor Roll 635, "Institute" '54,
SUMMA '57, Football '54, '55, '56, Baseball '54, Basket-
ball '54, Basketball Manager '55, '56, Intramurals '55'
pp. 1, 39, 69, 172.
SHEETS, LOUIS-St. Cecilia, Football '54, '55, '56, '57, Base-
ball '54, Track '56, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, Pontifical
Crew '54, '55, '56, pp. 39, 74, 91, 92.
Sl-IELLCROSSLEE, MARILYN-St. Mark, GAA: Swimming '56,
Variety Show '56, Freshman Operetta '54, Camera Club
'57, Civics Club '54, Pep Club '56, '57, Latin Club '54, '55,
pp. 27, 38, 85.
SHEPPARD, IOYCE-St. John, Honor Roll 615, GAA: '54, '55,
Red Cross '54, Latin Club '55, Sodality '56, Future Nurs-
ing '55, '56, Freshman Operetta '54, Speech Club '56,
Biology '55, Mission Club '54, Pep Club '56, '57, Chemistry
Club '56, "Compact" '57, Civics Club '54, p. 38.
SHERIDAN, JUDY-Morton Mission, St. Mary's Academy,
Portland, Oregon '54, '55, Honor Roll 675, National Honor
Society, Sodality Rep. '56, Vice-Prefect '57, D.A.R. Win-
ner '57, Speech Club '56, Science Club '56, Band '56,
Bowling '56, '57, Variety Show '56, '57, Compact Staff '57,
Camera Cllb '57, Pep Club '56, '57, "Sweethearts" '57,
pp. 38, 65, 71, 72, 73, 120, 121.
SIEKS, JAMES-St. Patrick, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, p. 38.
SLEETH, SHARON-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 675, National
Honor Society, Class Sec. '55, Glee Club '56, '57, "Red
Mill" '56, Prom Committee '56, Latin Club '55, "Compact"
'56, "Sweethearts" Director '57, Variety Show '54, '55. '56:
Accordion Band '54, '55, Freshman Operetta '54, Biology
'55, Speech Club '56, Voice Class '57, Pep Club '56, '57,
SUMMA Booster '57, pp. 38, 73, 78, 86, 120, 178.
SMITH, WILLIAM-St. Cecilia, Band '57, Sodality '57, Intra-
murals '54, '55, pp. 39, 75.
SNIDER, IOANNEgSt. John, Honor Roll 655, GAA: Volley-
ball '54, '55, '57, Basketball '54, '55, Latin Club '54, '55,
Pep Club '56, '57, Civics Club '54, Biology '55, Freshman
Operetta '54, p. 39.
SNIDER, PATRICIA-St. Boniface, Class Sec. '54, Mission Rep.
'56, Latin Club '55, Science Club '56, Speech Club '56,
Pep Club '56, Freshman Operetta '54, pp. 34, 39.
SPAULDING, CHARLES-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 615, Student
Council '57, Band '54, '55, '56, '57, President, p. 39.
STICKELMAIER, IAMES-St. Cecilia, Sodality '57, Intramur-
als '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 39, 118.
SULLIVAN, ELIZABETH-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 615, Red
Cross Rep. '57, Active Mission Club '57, Band '54, '55, '56,
Future Nurses '56, Variety Show '54, '56, '57, Latin Club
'55, Speech Club '56, GAA: Bowling '56, '57, pp. 38, 77.
SULLIVAN, MARY ANNvSt. Patrick, GAA: '54, '55, '56,
Stamp Rep. '55, Librarian '55, Latin Club '54, '55, Speech
Club '57, Camera Club '57, "Compact" '56, '57, Biology
'55, Variety Show '54, 56, '57, Pep Club '56, '57, Red Cross
554, Junior Prom Committee '56, Civics Club '54, pp. 38,
SVYMBERSKY, EVELYNSSL John, Variety Show '54, Fresh-
man Operetta '54, Civics '54, Biology '55, GAA: Volley-
ball '54, '55, Basketball '54, '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Speech
Club '57, Alumnae Club '57, Latin Club '55, pp. 34, 39.
SWANK, BARBARA-St. Cecilia, Librarian '55, Latin Club '55,
Glee Club '55, '56, Sodality '55, '56, '57, Active Mission
Club '55, Variety Show '54, Freshman Operetta '54, Bi-
ogogy '55, GAA: Bowling '56, '57, Swimming '56, pp. 39,
THOMPSON, CAROL-St. John, Honor Roll 615, Latin Club
Freshman Operetta '54, GAA: '54, '55. '56, pp. 1, 40,
TROY, WILLIAM-St. lVIark, Key Club '56, '57, Vocation Club
'56, Glee Club '55, '56, '57, Science Club '56, Sodality '56,
Intramurals '54, "Sweethearts", pp. 40. 113, 120.
UI-ILL, IAMES-St. Philomena, Honor Roll 675, National Hon-
or Society, Sec., Vocation Club '56, Glee Club '55, Science
Club '55, '56, '57, SUMMA '57, Golf '54, '55, '57, Intramur-
als '54, '55, '56 '57, Red Cross '56, '57, pp. 23, 31, 40, 82,
VAUGHN, IEANETTE-St. Patrick, P. J. Jabves High, Stevens
Point, Wis., '54, '55, Spanish Club '56, '57, Speech '56, pp.
VOEGELE, IOSEPH-Holy Family, Key Club '54, '55, '56, '57,
Science Club '55, '56, '57, Basketball '54, '55, '56, '57, In-
tramurals '56, '57, pp. 36, 40, 88, 97, 100, 102, 131.
WADE, BARBARA-St. Edward, Chillicothe, Latin Club '55,
Biology Club '55, Civics Club '54, Freshman Operetta '54,
WALKER, PATRICK--St. Mary, Glee Club '54, '55, '56, Science
Club '57, SUMMA '57, Intramurals '54, '55, '57, pp. 41, 38.
WAMSLEY, NORA-St. Mark, Mission Rep. '54, Freshman
Operetta '54, Band '54, '55, '56, '57, Band Vice-pres. '57,
Science Club '55, Variety Show '55, Speech '56, Pep Club
'57, Style Show '56, GAA: '54, '55, pp. 41, 81.
WARD, PATRICIA-Holy Family, Honor Roll 615, Librarian
'54, '55, '57, Treas. '55, Stamp Rep. '56, '57, Pep Club '56,
Latin Club '54, '55, '56, Active Mission Club '56, Variety
Show '55, Freshman Operetta '54, Speech Club '57, Swim-
ming '56, Gym Instructor '57, Biology '55, Civics Club '54
' 'Chemistry Club '56, Bowling '56, '57, pp. 41, 27, 76, 83.
WEBER, LOUISE-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 655, Sodality '54,
'55, Class Treas. '57, Latin Club Sec. '56, Glee Club "'
'57, Variety Show '54, '55, '56 '57, Pep Club '56,
SUMMA Staff '57, Art '54, "Red Mill" '56, Voice Class '57,
Biology '55, Chemistry '57, Civics Club '54, pp. 41, 20, 1,
68, 78, 116, 120.
WENNMACHER, RICHARD-St. Bernard, Intramurals '54, '55,
'56, '57, Pontifical Crew '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 40, 74.
WHELAN, JOAN--St. Mark, Honor Roll 665, Sodality '56, '57,
"Compact" '56, Latin Club '54, '55, Speech Club '57, Pep
Club '56, '57, Biology Club '55, Freshman Operetta '54,
Variety Show '54, '55, '56, '57, SUMMA Staff '57, GAA '54,
'55, Civics Club '54, Cheerleader '54, '55, pp. 40, 68, 72.
WHITNEY, ROBERTA--St. Cecilia, Honor Roll 615, Chemistry
Club '56, General Science Vice-Pres. '57, Spanish Club
'56, '57, Alumnae '57, Camera Club '57, Latin Club '55,
Civics Club '54, pp. 40, 28, 95, 86.
WICKERT, THOMAS-St Bernard, Glee Club '54, p. 40.
WILES, MAGGIE-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 625, Sodality '55,
'56. '57, Glee Club '55, '56, '57, Spanish Club '56, '57,
Latin Club '55, French Club '56, Variety Show '55, '56,
Class Treas. '56, "Red Mill" '56, St. Patrick's Day Pro-
gram '55, '56, 'Sweethearts' '57, pp. 40, 78, 86, 120, 121.
WILLIAMS, PATRICIAiSt. Patrick's, Honor Roll 615, GAA:
Volleyball '54, '55, Basketball '54, '55, Swimming '56, Pep
Club '56, '57, Biology '55, Red Cross Rep. '54, Freshman
Operetta '54, Future Nurses '55, Speech Club '56, Latin
'54, Civics Club '54, p. 41.
WILLIAMS, ROBERTfSt. Bernard, Football '54, '56, '57,
Track '56, '57, Intramurals '54, '55, '56, '57, pp. 41, 90, 92.
WILSON, IACKIE-St. Patrick, GAA '54, '55, '56, Glee Club
'56, Freshman Operetta '54, Biology '55, Christmas Can-
tata '54, Pep Club '56, "Compact" '56, p. 41.
WISE, IAMES-St. Cecilia, Honor Roll 625, Key Club '55, '56.
'57, Glee Club '55, '56, Baseball '56, '57, Intramurals '54,
'57, p. 41.
WOULFE, CAROLE-St. John, Latin Club '54, Biology '55,
Red Cross '54, '56, '57, Speech '57, Pep Club '56, '57,
Freshman Operetta '54, Future Nurses '55, Variety Show
'54, Prom Committee '56, Alumnae Club '57, GAA: Bas-
ketball '54, Volleyball '54, '55, "Compact" '57,'pp. 34, 41,
WURZER, MARLENEfSt. Patrick, Washington, Art Club '56,
Latin Club '54, Civics Club '54, Speech Club '56, Alumnae
Club '57, General Science Club '55, Camera Club '57, pp,
ZANT, THOMAS-St. Bernard, Honor Roll 635, National Hon-
or Society '55, '56, '57, Vocation Club '55, '56, SUMMA
'57, Bowling '55, '56, Intramurals '54. '55, '56, pp. 38, 40.
The members of the l957 SUMMA Staff of the Academy of Our Lady
and Spalding Institute wish to acknowledge their gratitude to all wh-o have
helped in any Way to edit this book. Special appreciation is given to those
Who have been outstanding in their assistance and cooperation.
' The faculty and student body for their
g W Our patrons and advertisers for their
PLANNING AND ADVICE
Reverend Raymund Novacek, C.S.V., and Sister Rose Edward, C.S.l.,
Mr. I. L. Sronce, yearbook consultant for the Peoria Engraving Co.,
without Whose constant help, advice, and planning this book would not be a
Mr. Eugene Voss of Fabry Studios, who gave many hours of his time
to take pictures for our division pages, faculty and group pictures.
Mr. Dan Woodley of Fabry StudiossAcademy and Spalding senior
pictures, and the use of the pictures of Bishop Cousins and the Academy buil-
Mr. Iack Walker of Illinois School PicturessUnderclassmen pictures.
The Peoria Iournal and the Peoria Star-sports pictures.
Mr. Hamilton Dox-for the drawing of the new convent for the Academy
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