Academy of Our Lady / Spalding Institute - Summa Yearbook (Peoria, IL)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 198 of the 1958 volume:
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I 9 5 8 MARY IN ouk SOCIAL LIFE..
Marys lnlluence on the lives ot all at the
Academy ot Our Lady and at Spalding lnsti-
tate is retlected in the pages ot this book. ln
this centenary year ot Our Lady ot Lourdes,
S U M M A Marys children sing:
Qur hearts are on tire,
That titles so wondrous
Fills all our desires!
Ave, Ave, Ave, Maria,
Ave, Ave, Maria
ACADEMY OF OUR LADY SPALDING INSTITUTE
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To our parish priests We dedicate this l958
edition ot the SUMMA.
Under the leadership ot our beloved Bis-
hop Cousins, our priests have encouraged and
directed us along the Ways ot God. lt was
they Who made us children ot God through
the waters ol baptism. lt was they who
brought Christ into our hearts on our First
Communion Day. lt was their friendship that
helped us know that, in our small Way, We
can contribute to a better parish, a better
home, and a better World. They continued
through these high school years to give us
their priestly help. We are grateful tor the
blessings that come to us through our parish
Most Rev. William E. Cousins, D.D.
Bishop of Peoria
COMPARING NOTES AROUND OUR IAD1
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We participate in an atmosphere
ot close union with God. Daily corn!
rnunion, Holy Hours, and visits to the
chapel are part oi our every day life.
Under the spiritual guidance ot our
teachers We develop staunch Christian
Ideals which are necessary tor a
strong foundation upon which we will
build our future life.
AT THE CLOSE OP DAY-SPAl,ll
ING CHAPEL: Father l.uml. Terry
fVlcUrath, Dick Martin.
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WHAT A PROBLEM! Kathy Sammon
and Gordon Cundiff.
We study in many Ways. At home
we relax. Between phone calls and
snacks our studies are somewhat
slighted. However, We meet our obli-
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Spalding proudly displays Regional,
Sectional and State Trophies-won by
1958 basketball team.
We, the students ot the Academy
oi Our Lady and Spalding Institute,
play an all important role in the spirit
that characterizes our school life. The
past year has been one of plans, pro-
jects and excitement. We entered each
activity with a desire to do the best
that we could towards its success. We
followed our athletic teams with vigor
and zest. We inspired our Fighting
Irish to gain victory on the gridiron,
the hardwood, and the diamond.
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We look forward to the final step
by which We received our just and de-
serving reward. While our hearts are
filled With joy upon receiving this
diploma, there is a sentiment for mem-
ories that are gone. We thank our
teachers and our parents tor the help
they gave in directing us toward this
PON-TOO SOON! Chuck Hecr,
is Billmeyer, Brian Scully and Iolene
mme' THE LONG WHITE LINE.
Close olaservatiunf Pat Anderson, Ioan
Mitchell. Torn Nlcylurrziy and Bob Lee.
I, Wisdom, Dwell In Counsel
and am present in learned thoughts.
Governing our lives, directing them in
the ways ot virtue, holding out her
hand to her children, the Wisdom and
counsel of Mary have manifested
themselves in many Ways through
these tour years. ln our classrooms,
our teachers, our friendships, our
chapel, our preparations for our future
livesiher hidden action is ever
REV. CHARLES R. WILLIAMS, C.S.V., PH.D.,
Superior, Principal, Golf Coach
REV. MANUAL LAUCHRAN, C.S.V., M.A.,
Director of Guidance, Director of Chorus
REV. EDVVARD IIEITIAN, C.S.V., M. A.
Geomctry, Plane and Solid. 'i11'igO110tT16T1'Y, Driver Educa-
tion, Dcau ol' Studios, Senior Class Moderator, National
Honor Society Moderator
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BRO. GEORGE I. PICHE.
C.S.V., AB., Religion. English
BRO. JOHN W. RODEMS,
C.S.V.. B.S.. lVlathemz1tics,
REV. NORBERT BIBEAULT
C.S.V., BS., Physics. lireslimzin
.-Xlgelmi, Iunior Algebra. Science
REV. IAMES E. CRll,l.Y.
C.S.V.. BS.. Cheinistry. General
Science, Science Club Moderator,
Sophomore Class Moderator
REV. lf. E. WILLIAMS. C.S.V.. NI. l
Religion. English. Iunior Moderator, Trezisurci
BRO, VICTOR E. BERTRAND
CSV.. BA.. History Religion
BRO. ROBERT I.
D.V.lVl., MS.. Biology, Athletic
Director, Ticket Manager
BRO. GERALD l.. BRISTOW
CSV.. .'X.B.. English. Religion
Co-Nlozlcwzitoi' 'flu' Inslilulc
BRO. IOIIN Nl. lll,lNl3AS.
C.S.V.. BS.. xlssisizint Cuiclzinc'
Director. Admission Ollice
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Starting the day off right . . .
BRO, IEROME ORBAN, C.S.V.,
B. S. Graphic Arts
REV. RAYMUND NOVACEK, C.S.V.,
M.S. Drafting, Art, Driver Education,
Camera Club, SUMMA Moderator
REV. PAUL F. GILGALON, C.S.V.,
A. B. English, Latin
REV. TIMOTHY E. IUDD, C.S.V.,
B. A. Religion, Civics, Mathematics,
Sodality and Querbes Club Moderator
REV. THOMAS WISE, C.S.V., B. A.
Religion, History, Freshman Class
REV. SIMON-PETER LEFEBVRE,
C.S.V., B. A. Latin, Spanish, Religion,
Student Council Moderator
REV. DONALD A. LUND, C.S.V.,
B. A. American History, Key Club
BRO. IAMES P. McGROCAN, C.S.V.,
REV. MICHAEL MALLEY, C.S.V.,
B. A. English, Religion, The Institute
REV. IOHN LANE, C.S.V., M. A.
Freshman Religion, Consumer Econo-
mics, Book Rental
REV. IOHN MONAHAN, C.S.V.,
M.A., Latin, Religion, Red Cross,
REV. WILLIAM MAYER, C.S.V.,
M. A. Religion, Sociology
SR. GERALDINE, O. S. B., B. A. L. S.
Librarian, Library Club Moderator
SR. ESTELLE, O.S.B., M. A.
Typing, Record Keeping, Office Prac-
SR. AMATA, O.S.B., B. A., Band
MR. CALLOW, B.S., Speech, English,
Moderator Speech and Drama Club
MR. EDWARD MURPHY, MA.,
Head Football, Track Coach, Physical
MR. FRANK DUCHON, B. S.,
Assistant Football, Baseball, Basketball
Coach, Physical Education
MR. JAMES G. SMARIESSE, M. A.,
Business Mathematics, General Busi-
ness, Bookkeeping, Coach Frosh Foot-
ball, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Base-
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REV. ROBERT LIVINGSTON
REV. RICHARD MEANS REV. EDWARD BUSH
Iunior Religion Tumor Religion
REV. HAROLD MOONEY REV. CHARLES FOCARTY REV. WILLIAM CRAY REV. ROBERT HOFFMAN
Sophomore Religion Sophomore Religion Freshman Religion Freshman Religion
SISTER M. THOMASINE. C.S.I.
SISTER ANN THOMAS, C.S.l.
Music, Glee Club
SISTER CASIMIR IOSEPH, C.S.I.
Religion, Home Economics, Soslaliiy
SISTER M. CLARITA, C.S.I.
Religion, Spanish, Mathematics, Moglcrator-National
SISTER NI. DOMINIC, C,S.I.
SISTER IEANNE ALICE, C.S.ll.
SISTER IOAN OF ARC, C.S.I.
Religion, Latin, English, Moderator-Red Cross
SISTER M. LIDVVINA, C.S.I.
SISTER LOUISE GERARD, C.S.I.
Religion, Science, Moglerator-CSM C
SISTER M. MARCIA, C.S.I.
SISTER MARY HELEN, C.S.l.
SISTER MAUREEN JOSEPH, C.S.I.
Religion, English, Social Studies
SISTER M. OLIVIA, C.S.l.
Religion, English, Iunior-Senior Prom
SISTER RITA CATHERINE, C.S.I.
Religion, French, Latin
SISTER ROSE EDWARD, C.S.I.
Religion, English, Speech, Drama, SUMMA-Adviser
SISTER RUTH MARGARET, C.S.I.
Religion, Science, Moderator-Sodality
SISTER M. URBANA, C.S.I.
Religion, English, Adviser-COMPACT
URSULA MARIE, C.S.I.
Religion, English, Commercial, School Publicity
VICTOR MARIE, c.s.1.
M. VICTORIA, C.S.I.
MRS. R. E. CEDEROTI-I
History, World Problems
MISS ELIZABETH RENO
Physical Education, Drivers
MISS PATRICIA RICHMOND MISS MARILYN SITTON MRS. DALE MCCAMMON
Social Studies, Family Living Home Economics Fi1'Sf Aid, M0ThG1f filld Baby Cafe
A careful study before another day be-
gins-Iudy Hageman. Carole Benzli.
In Thee is our way,
MISS MARY TIPPETT
As the sands of time
sift through . .
We have Written, with reluctance, the
final chapter of our high school career. lt
has been a chapter colored With Wonderful
memories of activities We shared. ln reminis-
cing We see-the triumphant trips to "state,"
the gay Variety Shows, the colorful home-
comings, and the fun-filled prorns. We have
been close together as a class and We acquir-
ed life-long friendships.
We realize the important effect of these
high school years on our future success and
We are very grateful to the faculties of the
Academy of Our Lady and Spalding Institute
for the Wise guidance they have given us.
THE SENIOR CLASS
The final plans are drawn up
hy:-Patricia Brinkley, Secre- 1
taryg Judy Dunne, Treasurerg
Mergaret Hughes, Presidentg
Pat O'Connell, Vice-Presi-
lay Vonachen, Secretary-Treasurerg
Dave My-Clann, Presiglentg 'I om
PATRICIA CRAIVIER, Salutatorian, and
LYNN IVIACOWAY, Valedictorian, attain
highest honor. The Class of l958 is extreme-
ly proud of their honor students.
ROBERT PFEIFER and IAMES BRUNCE
have attained the goals of Valedictorian and
Salutatorian respectively. Bob averaged 3.97
and lim followed with 3.75. Besides their
scholastic achievements they were very active
in the school affairs and organizations.
Spalding is justly proud of these young men.
GLORIA IEAN ALEXANDER
St. Bernard, transfer from East Peoria Com-
munity High School, Pep Club '56, '57.
NORMA JEAN ALIG
St. Mary, Metamora, transfer from Metamora
High School, Spech Club '57, Drama Club '58,
Pep Club '57, Poetry Award QQ! '57.
St. Bernard, Latin Club '56, Operetta '55, Biology
Club '56, Civics Club '55, Pep Club '56, '57,
Drama Club '58, Speech Club '57, COMPACT '56,
'57, Swimming '57, Poetry Award Va-
riety Show '56, Class Play '58
St. Patrick, Honor Roll 413, Biology Club '56,
Variety Show '56, '57, Mission Rep. '58, Style
Show '57, Pep Club '56,
St. Philomena, Sodality '55, '56, Latin Club '56,
Biology Club '56, Pep Club '56, '57, Variety
Show '55, '56, '57, Operetta '55, Music Festival
MARY ANN ANTONACCI
St. Thomas, Civics Club '55, G,A.A. '55, Operetta
'55, Biology Club '56, Latin Club '56, Pep Club
'56. '57, Poetry Award '57, Swimming '57, Style
Show '57, SUMMA Booster '58,
St. Philomena, Football '55, '56, Sodality '56,
Glee Club '56, '57, '58,
St. Mark, Civics Club '55, Operetta '55, G.A.A.
'55, Cheerleader '56, '57, '58, Latin Club '56,
Biology Club '56, Variety Show '55, '56, '57,
Spanish Club '57, Speech Club '57, Pep Club '57,
Poetry Award '57, Slogan Winner '58.
Four years ago we
started our climb
Spalding "menu rnake straight A . . ,
Left to right: Robert Hinds, Michael
Cusack, Robert Pfeifer, Mark Harter,
and Edward Duke. Standing: Peter
Pasquel, John Zeitz, and Thgmag
St. Mary, Football '55, 56, Basketball '55, Intra-
murals '56, '57,
TE RRANCE BAKER
Sacred Heart, Football '55, Basketball '55, Intra-
murals '56, '57.
St. Thomas, Camera Club '56, Speech Club
'58, "Twelve Angry Men."
ANN MARIE BAUMANN
St, Boniface, Honor Roll 472, Civics Club '55,
Biology Club '56, Sodality '55, '56, '57, '58, Rep.
'58, Operetta '55, Library Club 55, Glee Club '56,
'57, '58, Variety Show '55, '57, Latin Club '56,
G.A.A. '55, '56, Red Cross '57, 58, Spanish Club
'57, '58, Pep Club '57, '58, National Honor
St. Bernard, Honor Roll 141, Mission Rep. '56,
'57, Mission Club '58, Operetta '55, Speech Club
'57, Variety Show '56, Biology '56, Swimming
'57, Civics Club '55, Pep Club '56, Latin Cluo
'56, Compact '58.
St. Mary, Honor Roll ill, Footbal '55, '56, '57,
Basketball '55, '56, Intramurals '55, '56, '57,
Class President '56, Student Council '56, SUMMA
Staff '58, Spech Contest '57, Pontifical Crew '55,
St. Thomas, Honor Roll C6v, National Honor So
ciety, Secretary '58, Variety Show '55, '56, '57,
Operetta '55, Civics Club '55, Biology Club '56,
Latin Club '56, Latin Club, President '57, Sodal-
ity '56, '57, SUMMA Booster '57, '58, SUMMA,
Business Manager '58, Swimming '57, Pep Club
'56, '57, '58, French Club Student Council,
Rep. '55, '58, Homecoming Queen '58,
St. Monica, East Peoria, Honor Roll i6h, Civics
Club, President '55, French Club, Pres. '58,
Latin Club, President '56, G.A.A.. Pres. '58,
G.A.A. '55, '56, '57, '58, Operetta '55, Biology
Club '56, SUMMA Booster '58, Bowling '56,
'58, National Honor Society '58,
St. Mary, Henry, Ill., Honor Roll f4l, transfer
from Villa de Chantal '55, '56, Pep Club '57, '58:
Mission Club '58, Sodality
IUDITI-I ANN BOLEY
St. Mary: Civics Club '55, Operetta '55, Glee
Club '56, Biology Club '56, G,A.A. '57: Style
Show '57, Latin Club '56, Music Festival '56,
St. Philomena, Sodality '55, '56, Pep Club '57,
Operetta '55, Swimming '57.
PATRICIA ANN BRINKLEY
Sacre Coeur, transfer from East Peoria Com-
munity High School, Biology '56, Pep Club '56,
Junior Prom Attendant '57, Class Secretary '58,
St. Mary, transfer from Metamora High: Sodality
'57, Glee Club '56, '57, '58, Biology Club '56,
Swimming '57, Camera Club '56, Mission Club
'58, Variety Show '57, Drama Club, Vice-Presi-
dent '58, French Club '58, Pep Club '563 Speech
Club '57, "Red Mill" '56, Class Play '58,
St. Joseph, Intramurals '55, Vocation Club '57,
Library Club '57,
St. Thomas, transfer from Macomb High, Hon-
or Roll f7b, Salutatorian, National Honor Society,
Co-Editor SUMMA 58, Band '57, '58, Student
Council '58, Speech Club '58, Golf '58Z
"Twelve Angry Men", '58,
St. John, Style Show '57, Library Club '56,
Science Club '56, Poetry Award '57,
St. Edward's, Chillicothe, Honor Roll 133, Latin
Club. Pres. '56, Operetta '55, Civics Club '55,
Biology Club '56, Style Show '57, Red Cross '58.
St. lXIark's, Football '55, '56, '57, '58, Basketball
'55, Track '55, '56, Class Vice-President '57,
Student Council '57, Key Club '57, '58,
St, Boniface, Football '55, Basketball '57, Base-
ball '56, Track '55, Intramurals '57, Science
Club '57, "Sweethearts" '57,
St. Cecelia's, Red Cross, Sec, '58, Treas. '57,
Drama Club, Pres. '58, Sodality '56, '57,
Civics Club '55, Glee Club '56, '57, '58, Latin
Club '56, French Club '58, Pep Club '56, '57, '58,
Operetta '55, Variety Show '55, Glee Club Ac-
companist '57, '58,
St. Joseph, Pekin, Operetta '55, Civics Club '55,
Latin Club '56, G.A.A. '56, Biology Club '56,
Speech Club '57, Sodality '57, '58, Drama Club
'58, Glee Club '58, "Song of Bernadette" '58,
St. Thomas, Honor Roll f6b, Glee Club '56, '57,
Treas, '57, "Red Mill" '56, "Sweethearts"
'57, Class Play 58, Student Council, Vice-Pres.
'58, Sodality '55, '56, '57, '58, S.S,C.A, '57,
Civics Club '55, Latin Club, Sec. '56, Spech Club,
Vice-Pres, '57, SUMMA Booster, '57, Pep Club
'57, '58, Drama Club '58, French Club '583
St. Thomas, Key Club '56, '57, '58, Speech Club
'58, Diocesan Speech, Bradley Speech Festival,
American Legion Contest, Democracy Contet,
Glee Club '56, '57, Bowling Team '55, '56, '57I
Pontifical Crew '55, '56, '57, '58, Science Club
'57, "Twelve Angry Men" '58, "Red Mill" '57,
St, Cecelia, Honor Roll 13v, National Honor So-
ciety, Glee Club '56, '58, Speech Club '57, Latin
Club '55, '57, Variety Show '56, Pep Club '56, '57,
'58, "Sweethearts" '57, Red Cross Rep. '55, '56,
Operetta '55, Biology Club '56, Civics Club
'55, SUMMA Booster SUMMA Staff '58, Glee
Club Treas. '58,
MICHAE L CONLON
St. Thomas, Speech and Drama Club '57, '58,
"Twelve Angry Men," '58, Diocesan Speech '57,
Glee Club '55, Honor Roll.
St. Mary's, Kickapoo, Salutatorian, National
Honor Society, Honor Roll f7P, Civics Club '55,
Latin Club '56, Biology '56, French Library
'56, '57, Teen Rep. for EXTENSION Magazine
St, Mark's, Football '55, Camera Club '55,
St, Bernard's, Operetta '55, Pep Club '56, Science
Club '56, Style Show '57,
St. Mark's, Operetta '55, Latin Club '56, G.A.A.
'56, Civics Club '55, Variety Show Pep Club
'57, '58, Swimming '57, Style Show '57, Biology
St, Mary: Football '55, '56, '57, '58, Track '55
'56, 458, Baseball 56: Art Club '55, '56,
To heights unknown
in our mind
Academy seniors combine hard work
with play-four years of "A" average:
Helene Cieciarelli, Patricia Cramer,
Beverly DeRoehe, Kathy Bickerman,
Kay Morrissey, Christine Iacobs, Mar-
garet Hughes, Lynn Maekoway, Mari-
lyn Weber, Ieanne Hofer, and Iudy
St. Bernard, Honor Roll Cir, Football '56, '57, '58,
Basketball '55, '57, Baseball "55. '56, '57, '58,
SUMMA '58, Science Club '58, Speech Club '58,
Diocesan Speech Festival '5T.
St, Mark, Hirsch High '57, "Song of Bernadette"
'58, "Twelve Angry Men" '58, Library Club '56,
St. Mark, Civics Club '55, Glee Club '56, Library
Club '56, Latin Club '56, Biology Club '56, Op-
DIANE DE LOZIER
Sf- Th0m21SZ Honor Roll 43.1, Mission Club '56,
Treasurer '57, Music Festival '57, Speech '57,
Variety Show '55, '56, Operetta '55, "Sweet,
hearts" '57, Glee Club '57, '58, Civics Club '55,
Latin Club '56, French Club '58, Swimming '57,
SUMMA Booster '58, SUMMA Business Staff '58,
Pep Club '56, '57, Glee Club '57,
VIRGINIA DE MUTH
St. Cecelia, Honor Roll 12ml transfer from Bishop
Muldoon High School, Rockford, Ill., Orchestra,
'55, '56, Operetta '55, '56, G.A.A. '55, Band '57,
Swimming '57, Sodality '57, '58.
BEVERLY DE ROCHE
St, Mark: Honor Roll VTI, Biology '56: Glce Club
'56, '57, '58, Swimming '57, Sodality '55, '56,
Treasurer '57, Camera Club '56, French Club '58,
Speech Club '57, "Song of Bernadette" '58, Mis-
sion Club '58, Drama Club '58, Operetta '55, Va-
riety Show '56, Prom Queen '56, Civics Club '55:
Pep Club '56, '57,
St. Peter: Football '55, INSTITUTE '58, SUMMA
'58, Intramurals '55, '57.
MARGARET MARY DON OVAN
St. Bernard, Honor Roll Cir Operetta '55, Latin
Club '56, Civics Club '55, Biology Club '56,
Pep Club '56, '57, Slogan Award '57, Variety
Show 57, Glee Club '55, '56, '57.
St, Thomas, Honor Roll 14mg Football, '55, '56,
'57, '58, Track '55, '56, Intramurals '55, '56, '57:
Boxing Champ '56, Democracy Contest '57Z
INSTITUTE '55, Class President '57, Class
Vice-President '56, Student Council '56. '57,
Vice-President '57, Key Club '57, '58,
St. Philomena, Civics Club '55, Pep Club '57,
Library Club '56, Latin Club '56, Biology Club
'56,, Operetta '55, Style Show '57, COMPACT
Business Staff '57, National Poetry Award
St. Bernard, Honor Roll t3J, National Honor So-
ciety Vice Pres. Science Club '57, Basketball
'55, Baseball '55, '56, '57, '58, Intramurals '55,
St. Bernard, Honor Roll 125, National Honor So-
ciety, SUMMA Co-Editor '58, Speech Club, Pres.
'57, Latin Club, Scc. '57, Class Play '58, Speech
Award '57, Mission Rcp. '55, Operetta '55, COM-
PACT '56, Variety Show '56, '57, G.A.A. '55, '56,
Volleyball '55, '56, Swimming '57, Active Mission
Club '58, Drama Club '58, French Club '58, Bi-
ology Club '56, Pep Club '56, '57, Stamp Rep. '56,
'57, Civics '55,
St. Mary, Sodality '55, '56, Latin Club '56, Bi-
ology Club '56, Pep Club '56, '57, '58, Variety
Show '56, '57, Operetta '55, Cheerleading '56,
Civics Club '55, G.A.A. '55, '56, '57, '58, Speech
St. Patrick, Operetta '55, Civics Club '55, Latin
Club '56, Biology Club '56, Homecoming Attend-
ant '56, Speech Club '57, Pep Club '56, 57, '58,
Cheerleading '58, Variety Show '55, '56, '57,
Poetry Award '57, SUMMA Staff SUMMA
St. Mark, Camera Club '56, '57, Bowling '56, '57,
'58, Intramurals '56, '57, Baseball '57.
ROBERT EAGLE STON
St. Cecelia, Honor Roll 115: INSTITUTE '56, '57,
'58, Science Club '57, '58, Speech Club Dioc-
esan Speech Festival '57, "Twelve Angry Men",
Caterpillar C0-Op Program.
St. Bernard, Honor Roll C235 Civics Club '55,
Latin '55, '56, French Club, Vice-President '58,
Pep Club '56, '57, Operetta '55, Variety Show . ,
Biology Club '57, Sodality '58.
St. Bernard, Science Club '56, Sodality '56,
Variety Show '57, Freshman Operetta '55,
Speech Club '57, Pep Club '56.
St, Cecelia, Football '55, '56, '57, '58, Track
'56, '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Science Club
'58, ALL CITY Football '57, '58, WEEK TV ALL
STAR Football '58,
St, Joseph, SUMMA Booster '57, SUMMA Business
Staff '58, Biology Club '56, Latin Club '56,
Civics Club '55, Active Mission Club '58, Pep
Club '57, Style Show '57, National Poetry
St. Joseph, Intramurals '55, '57.
St, Ifhilomena, Honor Roll 121, Bowling '55,
'57, '58, Sodality Track '55,
St, Philomena, Honor Roll ill, Sodality '55, '56,
'58, Vocation Club '55, '56, INSTITUTE Staff '58,
SUMMA Staff '58, "Twelve Angry Men"
Speech Club '58, St. Thomas Military Academy
St, Cecelia, Glee Club '56, '57, Intramurals '55,
GAIL FRANCES FLYNN
St, Bernard, Honor Roll CSU: National Honcr So-
ciety, Sodality '56, '57, '58, Speech Club '57Z
Sj:a.nsh Club '57, Speech Festival '57, Latin Club
'56: Glee Club '56, Biology Club '56, Operetta
'55, Civics Club
St, Patrick, Washington.
St, Mark, Honor Roll ill, Civics Club '55, Latin
Club '56, '57, Glee Club '55, '57, '58, Class
Sec. '55, Class Vice-Pres, '56, Pep Club '56, '57,
Operetta '55, "Red Mill" '56, "Sweethearts" '57,
Red Cross Rep. '55, '56, '57, '58, French Club '58,
Mission Club '58, Variety Show '56, '57.
St, Joseph, Honor Roll ill, Sodality '56, '57, '58,
Sodality Rep. '58, Operetta '55, Civics Club '55,
Biology Club '56, Latin Club '56, Pep Club '56,
'57, Variety Show '56, '57, Swimming '57, G.A,A.
'55, '56, Camera Club '56, '58.
St, Mary, Operetta '55, Science Club '56, Latin
Club Pep Club '56, '57, Glee Club '57, G.A,A,
'55, Variety Show
St, Cecelia, Honor Roll 131, National Honor So-
ciety, Golf '58, Bowling '58, Sodality '58, Science
Club '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, Camera Club
'55, '56, Vocation Club '55,
St. Mary. Kickapoo, Honor Roll Cir, National
Honor Society, Operetta '55, Civics Club '55,
Latin Club '56, Biology Club '56, Pep Club '56,
Style Show '57.
St. Boniface, Science Club '56, G.A,A. '56, '57,
Pep Club '56, Style Show '57,
St, Patrick: Band '55, '56, Library Club '55,
'57 Pres, '58, Spanish Club 57, '58, Latin
Club '56, Speech Club '57.
St. Thomas, Track '55, Intramurals '57.
St. Mark, Honor Roll 115: Camera Club '55, '56,
'57, '58, Vocation Club 56, '57, Speech Club
'58, SUMMA '57, '58, INSTITUTE '56, '57,
'58, Red Cross '58, "Twelve Angry Men" '58,
Diocesan Speech Festival '57, Spalding Speech
St. Thomas, Spanish Club '58, Pep Club '56, '57,
'58, Speech Club '57, Essay Awards '57, Poetry
Awards '57, Variety Show '55, '56, '57, SUMMA
Staff '58, SUMMA Booster '58, Operetta '55,
St. John: Honor Roll Ill Football '57, Science
Club '57, Intramurals '57.
St. Boniface, Operetta Civics Club '55, Glee
Club '56, '57, Vice-Pres. '58, Pep Club '56, '57,
Latin Club '56, Biology Club '56, Speech Club '57,
Slogan Award '57, Swimming '57, Red Cross '57,
Drama Club '58, Active Mission Club '58, Class
St, Thomas, Honor Roll 121, Sodality '58, Mis-
sion Rep. '57, '58, Stamp Rep. '55, Operetta '55,
Civics Club '55, Latin Club '56, Biology Club '56,
Pep Club '56, '57, Variety Show '56, Poetry
Award '55, '57, Swimming '57,
St. John, Basketball '55, Baseball '56.
St. Patrick, Basketball '55, '56, '57, '58, Intra'
murals '56, Football '55.
St. Mark, G.A.A. '56, Science Cub '56, Pep Club
'57, Operetta '55, Style Show
St. Bernard, Glee Club '58, Exchange Student
St. Bernard, Pep Club '56, Opcretta '55, Style
Show '57, Swimming '57, G.A.A. '55, '56,
St. Cecelia, Honor Roll f7P, Intramurals '55, '56.
'57, Science Club '56, Statistidan '58, Caterpillar
Co-Op, '55, Bowling '57, Vice President
Bowling League '58,
St. Philomena, Football '55, Baseball '56, Sodal-
ity '57, '58, Sodality Secretary '57, '58, Golf '57,
'58, Science Club 57, Bowling
St. Mark: Football '55. '56, '57, '58, Basketball
'56, Baseball '56, Track '55, '56.
St. Mary, Kickapoo, Honor Roll l2l, Intramurals
But what we gained
more than enough?
Under Sister Casimir Ioseph's guidance
our future homemakers can smile over
sewing projects: Peggy Case, Carol
Wiltz, Pat O'Connell.
Saere Coeur: Football Manager '57: Camera Club
St. Bernard: French Club, Sec. '58: Sodality '55:
Pep Club '56, '57: G.A.A. '55, '56: Latin Club
Biology Club '55: Variety Show '55, '5T: Opcretta
'55: Junior Prom Attendant.
St. Bernard: Honor Roll ill: Football '57:
Track '55: Intramurals '55, '56, '57: Science '57:
Caterpillar Co-Op '58
St. Philomena: Swimming '57: Latin Club '56,
Pep Club '57, Speech Club '57: Poetry Award
'57: Biology Club
St. Bernard: Honor Roll 471: Baseball '56, '5S:
Basketball '55, '56. '57: Golf '58: Intramurals '55.
'56, '57: Caterpillar Co-Op '58: National Honor
St, John: Operetta '55: Science Club '56: G.A.A.
'55: Pep Club '56: Style Show '5T: Poetry Award
St. Philomenaz Operetta '55: Speech Club '57:
Spanish Club, Treasurer '57: Variety Show '56,
'57: COMPACT Staff '57, '58: Pep Club '56,
'57: Pep Club Vice-President '58.
St. Mark: G.A.A. '55, '56: Variety Show '55:
Style Show '57: Science Club '56: Swimming '57,
Operetta '55, COMPACT Staff '56, '57, '58: Pep
Club '56, '57, '58,
St. Mark: Football '55, '56, '5T: Track '55: ln-
tramurals '55, '56, '57.
St. Mark, Football '56, '57, '58, Sodality '55, '56,
Democracy Contest '57, Bradley Speech Contest
'57, Diocesan Speech Festival '57, Te Deum
Speech Contest '57, Bowling '55, Baseball
St. Mark, Honor Roll t7J, National Honor So-
ciety, Vice-President, G.A.A. '55, '56, G.A.A.
Basketball Champs, '56, Civics Club '55, Latin
Club, Secretary '56, French Club '58, Diocesan
Speech Festival '57, I Speak for Democracy Con-
test '57, Operetta '55, Speech Club '57, G.P.S.C.
Publicity Chairman '58, Pep Club '56, D.A.R.
BETTY LOU HOFFER
Blessed Sacrament, Honor Roll 113, Operetta '55,
G.A.A. '55, Science Club '56, Pep Club '56, '57,
Swimming '57, Style Show '57, COMPACT
'53, Library Club '56, Camera Club '56.
St. Philomena, Honor Roll 629, Intramurals '55,
Bowling '56, '57, '58, Bradley Speech Contest '57Z
Diocesan Speech Festival '57, Spalding Speech
St. Bernard, Intramurals '57, Military Academy
St. Bernard, Honor Roll 657, Class President '56,
'57, '58, Mission Rep. '55, COMPACT Staff '55,
'56, G.A.A. '55, '56, '57, Operetta '55, Latin
Club, Pres. '56, Pep Club '57. French Club
'58, Speech Club '57, Voice of Democracy '57,
Glee Club '56, Prom Committee '56, '57, Latin
Merit Award '55.
St. Bernard, Honor Roll 167, National Honor S9-
ciety, Stamp Rep. '57, Latin Club, Pres. '56,
Pep Club '57, '58, Class Secretary '57, G.A.A.
'55, '56, SUMMA Staff '5S: Latin Award '55,
French Club '58, Variety Show '55, '56, Swim-
ming '57, Glee Club '56, '57, Operetta '55, Prom
Committee '57, Latin Club '56, '57.
St. Boniface, Honor Roll 135, Basketball '55,
Baseball '55, Intramurals '56.
St. Boniface, Glee Club 58, Red Cross '57,
Proms attended with
friends iusf great . . .
Getting their tardy slips from Brother
Dundas at the new admission office
are: Bob Eagleston and Ioe Meizelis.
bf mails aww, msassmmwnmmearacsfmml r
St. Thomas: Honor Roll 121: Band '55: Stamp
representative '55: Civics Club '55: Latin Club
'56: Biology Club '56: Pep Club Club '56, '57I
G.A.A. '56: Speech Club '57: Swimming '57:
Drama '58: SUMMA Stall' '583 SUMMA Booster
'58: Class Play '58: Betty Crocker Award '58.
Sacre Coeur: Honor Roll GJ: Football '55: Track
'55, '56, '57, '5S: Library Club '56, '57,
St. Philomena: Honor Roll CSI: Transfer from
Notre Dame, St. Louis: Latin Award '55: Latin
Club 256: Glee Club '56, '57: Shorthand Award
'57: Biology Club '56: Swimming '57: Irish Con-
St. Philomena: Basketball '55: Football '55:
Golf '57, '58: Bowling '55, '56: Class Vice-Presi-
dent '58: Key Club '56, Vice-President '57, Presi-
dent '58: Sodality Vice-Protect '57: Prefect '5541
Glee Club '55, '56, '57, '58: Student Council '58:
"Red Mill" '56.
St. Boniface: Latin Club '56: Biology Club '56:
Civics Club '55: Swimming '57: Shorthand Award
'57g Pep Club '5?5: Operetta
St, Bernard: Variety Show '55, '56: Glee Club '55:
Librarian '56: COMPACT Staff '55: Red Cross '57:
Pep Club '56, '57: Swimming '57: G.A.A. '55, '56:
Civic Club '55: SUMMA Booster '57: Prom Com-
mittee '56: Class Play Stage Crew '5S.
St. Patrick. Washington: Science Club '56:
Speech Club '57.
St. Mark: Basketball '55, '56: Baseball '56. '57,
'58: Sodality '58: Intramurals '55, '56, '57: SUM-
St. Patrick: Mission Rep. '56: Biology Club '56:
St. Patrick: Latin Club '55: Freshman Operetta
'55: Biology Club '56: Civics Club '55: Library
Staff '56: Slogan Winner '5S.
MARY LORETTA KRIPPLE
St. Mark: Operetta '55: Civics Club Sec. '55: Bi-
ology Club '56: Latin Club '56: Sodality Rep. '55,
'56, '57: Vice-Prefect '58: Glee Club '56: Pep
Club '57, '58: Variety Show '56: COMPACT Staff
'58: Camera Club '56,
St. Boniface: Football '55: Intramurals '55, '56,
St. Philomena: Honor Roll f6J3 Bowling '55, '56,
'57: Intramurals '55, '56, '57: Science Club '57.
St. Patrick: Honor Roll 117: Intramurals '55, '56,
'57: Sodality '57, '58: SUMMA '58.
St. Philomena: Latin Club '56, '57: Sodality '55,
'56: Swimming '57: French Club '58: Pep Club
'56: Civics Club '55: Biology Club '56: SUMMA
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BARBARA JEAN LEARY
St. Philomena, Transfer from Central, Sodality
'57, '58, Mission Club '57, '58, "Sweethearts"
'57, Class Play 58, Glee Club '57, '58, Drama
Club 58, Speech '57, Christmas Concert '57,
St. Philomena, Honor Roll 157, Intramurals '55,
'57, "Sweethearts" '57, "Twelve Angry
Men" '58, Speech Club '58, Glee Club '55, Student
Council '58, INSTITUTE '56, Associate Editor '57,
Co-Editor '58, Key Club '56, Board of Directors
'57, '58, Historian '58, National Honor Society,
St. Philomena, Honor Roll 121, Transfer from
Marywood High, Chicago, Drama Club '58, Class
Play '58, French Club '58, Mission Club '58,
CHARLES JOHN LEWIS
St. Mark, Honor Roll 155, Key Club '57, '58,
Science Club '56, '57, Sodality '57, Glee Club '56,
'57, SUMMA '58, INSTITUTE '56, Sports Editor
'57. '58, "Twelve Angry Men" '58, Junior
Achievement '56, President, Student Council '57,
MARY JO LINTZ
St. Bernard, Civics Club 55, Biology Club '56,
Pep Club '56, '57, '58, Latin Club '56, Operetta
'55, G,A.A. '56, '57, Swimming '57, Sodality
'58, Variety Show '55, '56, '57, Essay Award
'57, Poem Award '58, Cheerleader '56, '57, Cap-
tain '58, Homecoming Attendant '57,
St, Mark, Transfer from Piper City High, Mis-
sion Club '57, '58, Speech Club '57, Drama Club
'58, G.A.A. '58, Sodality '58, Pep Club '58,
St. Philomena, Civics Club '55, Camera Club '55,
'56 Pep Club '56, '57, Latin Club '56, Sodality '56,
'57, '58, Biology Club 56, Spanish Club '57, '58,
Art Club '55, '56,
St. Mary, St. Mary's Albuquerque '55, '56, '57,
St, Mary. Kickapoo, Honor Roll 1455 Lilfifl Club
'56, Latin Award '55, Poem Award '55, Operetta
'55, Biology Club '56.
KAREN ANN LUEDTKE
St. Monica, East Peoria, Science Club '56, S0-
dality '56, '57, '58, Library Club '56, '57, Drama
Club '58, Operetta '55, Speech Club '57, Class
SUSAN JEANNE LYON
St. Mark, Freshman Operetta '55, Pep Club '56,
'57, G.A.A. '56, Civics Club '55, Biology
Club '56, Essay Award '57, Poem Award '57, Red
KAREN ANN MACKOWAI
St, Mark, Honor Roll 131, Mission Club Sec. '57,
Rep. '56, '57, Stamp Rep. '58, Latin Club '56,
Civics Club '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Operetta '55,
Variety Show '55, Biology Club '56,
St. John, Valedictorian, Honor Roll 171 National
Honor Society, Latin Club '56, '57, Latin Award
'55, Sec. Spanish Club '57, President '58, Camera
Club '57, Operetta '55, Biology Club '56, Poem
Award '55, '57, Civics Club
St. Patrick, Football '55, Track '55, Bowling '56,
Camera Club '55, '56, President '57, Glee Club
'57, INSTITUTE '57, SUMMA '57,
St. Philomena, Bowling '56, '57, Intramurals '55,
'56, '57, INSTITUTE '56, '58, SUMMA '58, So-
daliay '57, '58, Speech Club Pres. '58, Student
Council '58, "Twelve Angry Men" '58, Bradley
Plans for floats
and trips to state
Seniors Tom VVratli and Mark Harter
show their might to Roger Wolsehlag,
Sl, Pbilomena: 'frzit-k '57, '58, Int1'umurals'57:
Sodulily '57, '5B, Glee Club
Sl, i'utl'ic'k: Tizxns.ei' Il1,ITl Roosevelt: Class V,ee-
Pres, '57: Red Cross Rep, '57, Biology Club '56:
Swimming '57: Speteb Club '57,
Si. ifbilomenaz National Honor Society, Honor
Holl till: Opereita '55, Civics Club '55, S.S.C.A,
Convention '56, '5S: Lzilin Club '35, Glee Club '56,
'57: "Red Mill" '5li: Biology Club '56: Sodalily
Rep, '55, '56, See, '57, Prefeet '5S: French Club
'ABQ Swimming '57, Speech Club '5T: SUIYIMA
Booster' '57, TN: lfep Club '57, '5:4: Variety Show
SI-IELIA IO MCCOY
Si, lllzirkz Stump Ren, '55: Mission Rep, '55, '56,
'57, Pres. '5?3: Operettzi '55, Civics Club '55, Glee
Club '56, '57, '5S: Glee Club See, '57, Latin Club
'56: Biology Club 'iliz Red Cross '57: Prvetry
Award '57, Speevb Club '57: Swimming '57,
Variety Show '57, Drzimu Club '59, Cfziss Play '58,
St. lilzirkz Intramurzils '55, '56, '57, Bowling '57,
'54, Golf '57: Czimeru Club 'fliz Science Club
'57, '58, SCNIEXIA '58, Yoefztion Club '55, '56,
Honor Roll IQP.
St, Bernzird, Mission Club '57: Stump Rep, '57,
'THQ ,zitin Club '56, Civics Club '55, Biology Club
'BG' Pep Club '56, '57, '5B: Sp'-eeb Club '57,
Opel'-:ilu '55, Yziriely Show '57,
MARY SHEILA MCGRATH
Sl, Mzirk, Honor Roll 4351: Uperetlzi '55, Civivs
Club '55, Latin Club '56, G.A.A. '55, '56, '57,
G,A.A. Basketball Champs '56: Pep Club '56, '57,
'58, Pres, '58, Yziriely Show '55, '56Z Biology
Club '56: Swimming '57: Student Couneil Rep.
'55, Spalding Junior l'i-om Queen '57, Spunisb
Club '57, '55, Glen' Club '5N.
Si. l1er'nz1z'd: Amiclemy Girl '5B: Honor Roll fill,
See, ol Student Counr-il '5S, Studenl Council Rep.
'T,7: Civivs Club '55, Biology Club '56, Speech
Club '57: Drzimzi Club '58, Pep Club '56, '57, '58,
Glee Club 58: Upereltzi '55, Variety Show '56,
'57, Speeeli Feslivzil '57, G,A,A. '55, '56, '57, See.
'53, Clziss Play '58,
St, Mark: Intruniurzils '55, '56, '57, Sodality '57,
See, '58, SUBIMA '57, Business Stull' '58, INSTI-
TUTE Business Stuff '5S: Auditor '58, Vocation
Club '56, '57,
St. Mark, Honor Roll f2w, Intramurals '55, '56.
'57, Sodality '55, '56, '57, Glee Club '55,
'56, '57. '58, Science Club '58, Speech Club '58,
"Twelve Angry Men" '58, Vocation Club '55.
St. Bernard, Honor Roll f2v, Football '55, '5G.
'57, Baseball '55, '56, '57. '58, Basketball
'55, '56, '57, '58, Key Club '56, '57. '58, Class
President '55,Student Council Pres. '58, Treasur-
er Greater Peoria Student Council, Class Vic:-
President '55, Diocesan Speech '57.
St. Patrick, Honor Roll f6v, Intramurals '55, '56,
'57, Key Club '58, SUIVIMA '58, Science Club '57,
'58, Library Club '55, Vocation Club '55, "Song
ol' Bernadette" '58, Caterpillar Co-Op, Diocesan
Speech Festival '57, National Honor Society.
St. Thomas: Honor Roll 411, SUMMA '58, Golf
'58, Bowling '57. '58, Science Club '57, Sec. '58,
Intramurals '55, '56, '57,
St. Thomas, Honor Roll 13-P, Civics Club 55:
Freshman Operetta '55, Future Nurses Club '55,
Latin Club '56, Variety Show '56, Speech Club
'57, Drama Club '58, Biology Club '56, Pep Club
'56, '57, Class Play '58,
St. Mark, Bowling '55, Biology '56, Latin Club
'56, Freshman Operetta '55, Civics Club '55,
Poem Awards i551 G,A,A. '55, '56, Pep Club '57.
St. Cecelia, Intramurals '55, '56, '57.
St. Mark, Honor Roll 111, Transfer from Acad-
emy ol Our Lady, Chicago, Spanish Club '57, '58,
Camera Club '58, Pep Club '57, Vice-Pres. of
Spanish Club '58.
St. Thomas, Honor Roll 633, Sodality '55, '56,
'57, '58, Sodality Rep. '58, Freshman Operetta
'55, G.A.A. '55, Pep Club '56, '57, '58, Latin
Club '56, Biology '56, Glee Club '56, '57, '58,
Variety Show '56, '57, Civics Club '55, Latin
Award '55, Swimming '57,
St. Mary: Honor Roll Hit: Freshman Uperetta '55:
Red Cross Rep. '55, '56, '57, Red Cross Sec. '572
Pep Club '56, '57, Stamp Rep. '56, Latin Club '56,
Sodality '55, '56, Civics Club '55, Variety Show
'56, Biology '56, C.M,S.C. Conv, '56, Poem Award
St. Bernard, Basketball '55, '56, '57, '58, Goll' '58
MARY ROSE MONTEFUSCO
St. Patrick, Latin '55 Biology '56, Sodality '55
Pep Club '56, '57, Civics Club '55, Uperetta '55,
St. Bernard, Honor Roll f7l: National Honor So-
ciety, G.A.A, '55, '56, Pep Club '56, '57, '58, Glee
Club '56, Operetta '55, Class Sec. '56, Stamp Rep.
'56, Civics Club '55, Biology Club '56, Camera
Club '57, Treas. '57, Spanish Club vice-
pres. '57, SUIVIMA Staff '58, SUMMA Booster '58,
Variety Show '56, '57, Latin Club '56, Speech
St. Boniface, Latin Club '56, Civics Club '55, Bi-
ology Club '56, Swimming '57, Poem Awards '57,
St. Philomena, Science Club '57, '58, Football '55
JUDITH ANN 0'BRIEN
St. Philomena, Honor Roll !2r, Glee Club '56, '57,
Latin Club '56, Operetta '55, Biology Club '56,
Pep Club '57, '58, Variety Show '57, Civics
Club '55, Speech Club '57, Mission Club '56, Stu-
dent Council Rep. '58, Junior Prom Attendant
'58, French Club '58,
PATRICIA ANN O'CONNELL
St. Mary, Honor Roll !6l, National Honor Society
'58, President '58, SUIVIMA Co-Editor '58, SUM-
MA Booster '57, '58, Glee Club '56, Latin Club
'56, G.A.A, '55. '56, '57, '58, Bowling '56t All-
Star '56, '57, '58, Operetta '55, Class Treas-
urer '56, '57, Class Vice-Pres. '58, Biology Club
'56, Pep Club '56, '57, '58, Variety Show '55,
Civics Club '55, Spech Club '57, Prom Attend-
St. Mark, Intramurals '57.
St. Thomas, Honor Roll f4l, Latin Club '56,
Spanish Club '57, '58, Essay Award '57,
Sacre Coeur, Transfer from East Peoria High
School, Pep Club '56. '57, Mission Club '58, Bi-
ology Club '56, Style Show '57,
St. Cecelia, Football '55, '56, '57, '58, Intramur-
als '57, Track '58, Bowling '58, Science Club '57,
WEEK-TV All Star Football '58,
St. Philomena, Honor Roll fill, National Honor
Society, Glee Club '55, '56, Key Club '57, '58,
Bowling '55, '56, '58, Vocation Club '56,
St. Bernard, Civics Club '55, Operetta '55, Latin
Club '56, Biology Club '56, Pep Club '56, '57, '58,
Camera Club, Vice-Pres. '57, Speech Club '57,
Camera Club '58, Drama Club '58, Class Play '58,
St, Philomenaz Valedictorian, Honor Roll f7v,
Intramurals '55, Student Council Vice-Pres. '58,
Pontifical Crew '55, '56, '57, Captain '58, Track
'58, Science Club '56, '57, Vice-Pres, '58Z Red
Cross '56, Key Club '56, '57, '58, INSTITUTE '56.
Feature Editor '57, Co-Editor '58,
HELEN ANN PETERS
St, Bernard, Honor Roll 131, Band '55, '56, '57,
Librarian '56, Treas. '57, Operetta '55, Pep Club
'56, '57, General Science Club '56, Latin Club '56,
Civics Club '55, Latin Award '55.
St. Cecelia, Sodality '55, '56, '57, '58, Pep Club
'57. '58, Speech '57, Latin Club '56, Biology
'56, G.A.A. '55, Glee Club '56, '57, '58, Opcretta
'55, Variety Show '56, '57, Poetry Award '57,
St. Mark, Honor Roll i6P, National Honor So-
ciety, Operetta '55, Variety Show '55, '56, '57,
Latin Club '56, Mission Club '56, Student Coun-
cil '56, Pep Club '56, '58, Biology Club '56, Class
Play '58, Swimming '57, '58, "Sweethearts" '57,
SUMMA Booster '57, '58: SUMMA Staff '58,
Speech Club '57, Drama Club '58, French Club
'58, Red Cross Rep. '58,
St. Philomena, Football '55, '56, Basketball '55.
ELEANOR FRANCES QUINN
St. Bernard, Transfer from Woodruff High School,
Glee Club '58, G.A.A. '57, Speech Club '57,
Spanish Club '57, Pep Club '57, '58, Variety
Show '57, Stamp Rep.
THERESA JEAN RAFOOL
St. Philomena, Class Treas. '55, G.A.A. '55, '56,
'57, '58, Sodality '56, '57, '58, Pep Club '56, '57,
'58, Glee Club '58, COMPACT Business Manager
'58, Camera Club '56, Drama Club '58, Speech
Club '57, Science Club '56, Operetta '55, Class
Play '58, Latin Club '56.
St. Mary, Style Show '57, Pep Club '57, Swim-
ming '57, Art '55, Science Club '56.
St. Mary, Civics Club '55, Sodality '55, Biologp
Club '56, Variety Show '56, '57, Pep Club '56, '58,
Speech Club '57, Drama Club '58, Glee Club '58,
St. Mark, Honor Roll f5r, National Honor So-
ciety, Transfer From Woodruff High School,
Latin Club '56, Latin Award '56, Speech Club '57,
Shorthand Award '57, Drama Club, Secretary-
Treasurer '58, COMPACT Editor '58, Class Play
St. Mark, Basketball '55, '56, Football '55, '56,
'57, Track '57, Intramurals '56, "Song of Berna-
St. Mark, Latin Club '56, Biology Club '56,
Swimming '57, Sodality '55, '57, Pep Club '56,
Sigseech Club '57, Civics Club '55, Camera Club
'5 , '57,
St. Patrick, Biology Club '56, Speech Club '57,
Variety Show '57, Civics Club '55, Pep Club '56.
St. Patrick, Transfer from St. Michael, Hoban
Heights, Pa., Football '55.
St. Mary, Science Club '56, G.A.A. '55, '56, Op-
St. Philomena, Honor Roll 1251, National Honor
Society, Intramurals '55, '57, Key Club '56, '57,
'58, Sodality '57, '58, SUMMA Co-Editor '58,
Bowling '57, Glee Club '55, '56, '57, '58,
St. Thomas, Track '56, '57, Baseball '58,
Football Manager '58, Intramurals '57, Gloe Club
'55, '56, Sodality '55, Vocation Club '57, Bradley
Speech Contest '57.
St. Peter: Honor Roll Ill, Library '55, Latin
7 1 b
Award '55, G.A.A. '55, '77, '58, Glue Cu
'55, '56, '57, '58, Civics Club '55, Biology '56,
Camera Club '57, Latin Club '56, '57, Red Cross
St. Bernard, G.A.A. '55, Pep Club '56, '57, Civics
Club '55, Variety Show '56, '57, Mission Club '56,
BARBARA ANN SANDS
Holy Family, Honor Roll IQI, Civics Club '55,
Latin Club '56, Spanish Club '57, '58, Trcas. '58,
Biology Club '56, Latin Award '55,
SUSAN ELLEN SAUER
St. Patrick, Washington, Transfer from Washing-A
ton High, G.A.A. '57,
St. Mary, Kickapoo, Honor Roll 613.
St, Boniface, Latin Club '56, Civics '55, Biology
Club '56, Swimming '57.
SALLIE ANNE SCHLEHUBER
St. Mark: G,A,A, '55: Art Club '55, '56: Civics
Club '55: Student Council '55: Latin Club '56Z
Biology Club '56: Spech Club '57: Style Show '57:
Library '55: Swimming '57.
St. Mary: Honor Roll Cir: Key Club '56, '57, 258:
INSTITUTE '58: Sodality '57, '58.
St. Mary: Mission Rep. '55: Stamp Rep. '56, '57:
Latin Club '56: Science Club '56: Civics Club '55:
Operetta '55: Style Show '57,
St. Thomas: Vocation Club '55, '56,
St. Boniface: Science Club '56: Band '55: Junior
Prom Attendant '57.
St, Mark: Cheerleader '56g Science Club '56: Op-
eretta '55: Pep Club '56: Swimming '57.
St. Philomena: Football '55, '56: Intramurals '57:
Sodality '57, '58: Spech Club '58: Track '55.
St. Peter: Bowling '57: Speech Club '58: Camera
Club '57: Science Club '58: Glee Club '57, '58:
Vocation Club '57: Bradley Speech Contest '57:
Diocesan Contest '57,
Ancl now our
graduation has come
. . .so soon--too soon!
Rebearsing a scene from the one-act
play, "Men Folk" are: Sheila McCoy,
Denise Dummer, and Mollie Aljanich.
St. John, Operetta Civics Club '55, Latin
Club '56, Pep Club '56, Sodality '56, Style Show
'57, Biology Club '56.
St. Joseph, Pekin, INSTITUTE '57, Football
'56, '57, Football Manager '58.
St. Patrick, Football '55, Baseball '56, Basket-
ball '55, '56, '57, '58, Key Club '56, Vocation
Club Treas. '55, '56, Vice-President '57.
MARIA TE RESA SIRITO
St. Bernard, Foreign Exchange Student through
American Field Service, Genoa, Italy, Living with
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moore, St. Bernard.
St, John, Baseball '56, '57, '58, Football '55, '56,
'57, '58, Basketball '55, '56, '58, Track '55,
Sacre Coeur, Intramurals '55, '56, Science Club
St. Joseph, Track '55, Camera Club '57, Bowling
'57, '58, Intramurals '56.
St, Mary, General Science Club '56, G.A.A, '55
'56, Style Show '57, Volleyball '55, '56.
St. John, Civics Club '55, Latin Club '56, Pep Club
'56, Biology Club '56, Style Show '57, Freshman
St. Mary, Bowling '55, '56, '57, '58, Intramurals
St. Thomas, Latin Award '55, Civics Club '55
Latin Club '56, Style Show '57.
KHALIL THOMAS ,
St. Patrick, Honor Roll fll, Vocation Club '55
'56, Sodality '57, '58, Intramurals '56.
St. Patrick, Washington, Football '55, '56, '57,
Track '55, '56, '57, '58, Soclality '56, '57, Bowling
'58, Speech Club '58, "Twelve Angry Men" '58,
Bradley Speech Contest '57,
St. Thomas, Honor Roll 117.
St. Bernard, Honor Roll ill, Camera Club '56i
St. Joseph, G.A.A. '55, '56, '57, '58, Sodality '57,
Speech Club '57, Drama Club '58, Class Play '58,
Civics Club '55.
St. Bernard, Intramurals '55, '56, '57.
St. Cecelia, Honor Roll ill, Civics Club Pres. '55,
Mission Club Vice-Pres. Red Cross Rep. '55,
'56, '57, Sodality '56, '57, G.A.A. '55, '56, '57,
'58, Pep Club '56, '57, Glee Club '56, '57, '58...
St. Monica, East Peoria: Library '55 '56, '57. '58,
Latin Club '56, '57, Sodality '57, '58,
MICHAEL JOHN VOLZ
St. Patrick: Honor Roll 131, Band '55, '56, '57,
St, Philomena, Honor Roll f6l, National Honor
Society, Intramurals '56, '57, Key Club '57,
'58, SUMMA '58, Class Secretary-Treasurer '58.
St. Bernard, Honor Roll 111, Civics Club '55,
Latin Club '56, Glee Club '56, '57, Pres. '58,
Operetta '55, Speech Club '57, Drama Club '58,
Pep Club '56, '57, '58, Music Festival '56, '57'
Swimming '57, Class Play '58, Variety Show '56
St. Mark, Diocesan Speech Festival '57, '58,
Speech Club '58, "Twelve Angry lVlcn" '58,
INSTITUTE '57, Business Manager '58, Sodality
'57, Key Club '58.
JUDY ANN WATSON
St. Cecelia, Honor Roll f4r, Student Council Pres.
'58, Red Cross Pres. '57, Student Council Rep.
'56, '57, Red Cross Rep. '56, Civics Club '55,
Freshman Operetta '55, Variety Show '55, '56,
G.A.A '55, '56, Latin Club '56, Pep Club '56, '57,
'58, Biology Club '56, "Sweethearts" '57, French
Club '58, Sodality '56, '57, '58, Poetry Awards
421 '57, Glee Club '58.
St. Bernard, Honor Roll f3r, Football '57, '58,
Track '57, Intramurals '55, '56, '57, SUMMA
Sports Editor '58.
St. Patrick, Honor Roll 177, National Honor S0-
ciety, Civics Club '55, G.A.A. '55, Freshman Op-
eretta '55, Latin Club '56, Biology Club '56,
Speech Club '57, Speech Festival '57, Variety
Show '57, Poetry Award '57, Sodality '55, '56,
'57, '58, Sodality Rep. '55, '56, '57, '58, Future
Nurses '57, '58, Rep. '57, '58, Spanish Club '57,
'58, Pep Club '57, '58, Glee Club '58, COMPACT
St. Mark, Speech Club '58, Diocesan Speech
Contest '57, Science Club '58, Bowling '55, '56,
'57, SUMMA '58, Sodality '56, '57, '58, Football
'5T5 Track '55.
St. Bernard, Intramurals '57, Bowling '56.
BARBARA WE NZEL
St. Thomas, Student Council Rep. '58, COMPACT
Feature Editor '58, Latin Club '56, Civics Club
'55, Freshman Operetta '55, Pep Club '56, Style
Show '57, Biology Club '56, Poetry Award '57,
Essay Award '57,
St. Patrick, Honor Roll 613, Vocation Club 55, In-
tramurals '56, '57, Sodality '57, '58, SUMMA
'58, Science Club '56, '57, Football '55, Cater-
pillar Co-Op '58.
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St, Bernard, Football '55, Intramurals '57, Glee
Club '57, 58, "Twelve Angry Men'
St. Joseph, Loda, Civics Club '55, Volleyball
'56, Biology Award '56, Latin Club '56, Future
Nurses '56, Swimming '57, Speech Club '57,
Spanish Club '57, '58, Freshman O
St. Patrick, Football '55, '56, Track 5.1, 56.
St. Patrick, Washington, Freshman
Volleyball '55, '56, Basketball '55, '56, Future
Nurses '55, Science Club '56,
CAROL ANN WILTZ
St. Cecelia: Honor Roll ftiv, Nation
al Honor SQ-
cietyi Civics Club '55, Freshman Operetta 55.
G,A,A. '55, Latin Club '56, Glee Club '56, 51,
'58, Pep Club '56, '57, '58, Mission
'58, Biology Club '56, Speech Club
Rep. '56, '57,
hearts" '57, French Club '58, News Editor of
St. Philomena, Freshman Operetta '55, Civics
Club '55, Latin Club '56, Pep Club '56, Swimming
'57, Style Show '57,
St. Bernard, Honor Roll fill, Intramurals '55, '56,
Key Club '56, '57, '58, Sodality '58, National
Honor Society, Science Club '57, '58,
"Twelve Angry Men" '58, Track '55
'58, Caterpillar Co-Op '57,
St, Boniface, Freshman Operetta
Club '56, Style Show '57,
St. Bernard, Freshman Operetta '55
'55, Latin Club '56, Biology Club '5
'57, Pep Club '56, Sodality '55, '56
JOHN ZE ITZ
, Speech Club
: Civics Club
6: Glee Club
I Style Show
St, Mary, Honor Roll f7l: Key Club '57, Treas-
urer '58, Football '55, '56, '57, Intl
'57, Science Club Treas, '57, Pres.
Business Manager '58, INSTITUTE Business Man-
ager '55, '56, '58, Class Treasurer '56, '57, Nat-
ional Honor Society, Student Council '58, Dioces-
an Speech Festival '57, "Song of Bernadette" '58,
"Sweethearts" '57, Caterpillar Co-Op '58, Jr.
Acd. ol' Science lst Place '57.
St. Bernard, Civics Club '55, Art '56,
SISTER GAUDENTIA, O.S.F.
Hannover, Germany, St. Francis Hos
SISTER M. JOSEPHINE, O.S.F.
Fulda, Germany, St. Francis Hospital, Peoria.
St. John, President of Red Cross '57,
al delegate on Red Cross Tour '56,
'56, Speech Club '57, Now studyi
priesthood at Viatorian novitiate.
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ahead . .
Pausing before Our Lady of Good
Counsel: Sister Victor Marie, Susan
Schmitt, secretaryg Sharon Zara, presi-
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Judy Ann Fischer
Sandra Kay Fitch
Margo Ann Fogg
Ernestynne Jayne Ford
Mary Jo Frasco
Rosa Mary Genovese
Nancy Jean Gensler
Ellen Virginia Gibbons
Carol Sue Gilles
Nancy Carol Gilles
Judith Anne Giltner
Mary Alice Glore
Karen Ann Grimm
Carol Ann Hadank
Mary Catherine Haddigan
Nancy Irene Halsted
Mary Kathleen Hancock
Sharon Kay Harvey
Mary Jane Hermacinski
Kathleen Ann Hines
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Christine Mary Thena
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Jacqueline Ann Vogel
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Sharon Sue Vollmer
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Mary Frances Wamsley
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Mary Ann Capshaw
Mary Agnes Carney
Mary Char Carroll
Martha Jane Conner
Shirley Anne Cooley
Eileen Clare Crahan
Kathleen Teresa Crahan
Diane Marie Cramer
Patricia Ann Davis
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Rose Marie Dickerson
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Grawey, Leo Hoerdeman, Mrs. Grawey
Mary ls The Image
Of All Goodness.
Her invisible influence permeates
the extra-curricular activities, and
through them is created a spirit ot
self-reliance, a Well-rounded Christ-
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to School Danceu in
Stoll and Donald Rolling
hide their partners.
With the opening at classes in September many familiar scenes began
to make their appearance at the Academy at Our Lady and Spalding Insti-
tute. The many new faces and ideas helped the school year oft to an
The Academy of Our Lady participates annually in the "Decency
in Reaclingv program sponsored by the Catholic Digcst. Barbara
O'Connell is pointing to the goal, which was accomplished by the
Academy, while Mollie Aljanich, Mary Fortune, and Kathleen
Malone look on. The Academy girls have been Downstatc Champs
for the past four years.
The incredible shrinking corner.
The burning of the Manual Ram can be seen
in the background of this Homecoming Pep
Rally held at Glen Oak Park.
This years Homecoming was one which will be re-
membered always. The festivities, Which began on Thurs-
day, October 17, were marked by something new in our
Homecoming history. A huge bonfire was built on the
ball diamond in Glen Oak Park, and the ceremony was
highlighted by the burning of a huge Manual Ram. The
next day the excitement and tension mounted, as last
minute preparations were being made tor the big parade,
which preceded the all-important gridiron clash with
Manual in the evening. Following the game, the Home-
coming dance was held at Spalding gym to the tune of
Zeke Sanders orchestra. The dance, attended by many
students, provided a fitting climax to a Wonderful Home-
Iunior's float, nlrish Shake-Em,
The Vxfinning Float, the Sophomores, 'ilrish Trim Rams
Seniofs Float, "Irish Add 4th Satellitcf'
Freshman float, "Irish Tramplc Rams."
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A Happy Queen with Her Court
At halftime, Kalhy Bickerman was
Crowned Queen of the 1958 Home-
JUNIOR ATTENDANT SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT FRESHMAN ATTENDANT
Geri Pauli Marlianne Downing Susan Linfz
Song of Bernadette
The Drama Class, with Spalding boys, gave
honor to Our Lady ot Lourdes in the production ot
the senior class play, t'The Song ol Bernadette."
The cast and crew were rewarded atter Weeks ot
hard Work by a most successful performance. "We
loved the play," agreed the cast.
The story of Our Lady oi Lourdes became so
close to us as we lived again the lite at Bernadette.
We too now can follow in spirit the fervent pilgrims
Who sing, 'iAve, Ave, Ave, Marie." We enjoyed
theatre craft, Especially was this so when We could
make-up. Vanity? No. Noi
i GARDEN SCENE lelt to right: Lynn Lionherger, Helene Cicciarelli, Barbara Tur-
Bernadette, accused ol lying, has been called to the house ol' Dean ner, Terry Rafael, Beverly DeRoche, Cheryl Porter, Ruth Ann
Peyrnarale fljred Georgej for questioning. Here she is shown Cash, Bill O7Brien, Karen Luedtke, Judy Reeves, Jeannine Len-
heing supported by friends and neighbors. Identifying characters: non, Mollie Aljanieh, Tihor Stoll, and Fregl George.
Later in the year We gave three one-act plays: Speech Festival at Rock Island. There it was rated
"Alice Blue Gown," "The Maker of Dreams," and Excellent and Denise Dummer rated Supeuor Actor
"Men Folk." The last play we took to the Diocesan
The Blessed Virgin fPat Peggj makes her first
appearance to Bernadette Qleannine Lennonj
while her friend, Ieanne QBeVerly DeRoChej and
her sister, Marie QHelene Cicciarellij, not seeing
Our Lady, scoff in scorn and disbelief.
Contrary to the opinion ot Bernadette's parents,
Bernade Casterot, aunt of Bernadette, urges the
child to comply with the wishes of Our Lady.
Identifying, left to right: Helene CiQciarelli-
Marie, Ieanninc Lennon-Bernadette, Tihor Stoll
-Bernadettds father, Mollie Aljanich-Bernardo
Casterotg and Iudy Reeves-Bernadettek mother.
Part of the last-minute prepartion before open
ing night: Mary Fortune makes-up Helene Cie
ciarellig Beverly DeRoche is her own artist.
i r Callow points out some basic fundamentals to cast mem-
bers Marty Flaherty and Dick Thome.
The camera catches the cast in a moment of suspense. Members
are, left to right: Mike Conlon, Chuck Lewis, Tom Wrath, Bob
Eagleston, lack Malone, Bill Clinch, Dennis Waldeck, Brain Scully,
Bob Lee, John Baniqued, jim Bunce.
Twelve Angry Men
A precedent was set this year at Spalding When
the senior class, gave their production of i'TWelVe
Angry Men." The play, under the direction ot Mr.
Callow, was held at the Peoria Player's Little Theatre,
and was a tremendous success. A standing-room-only
crowd Watched the suspense and excitement, as the
tate of a boy on trial tor murder was decided. It was
the iirst time that Spalding had presented a senior
class play, and its success has paved the way tor
many more plays in the tuture.
SITTING: Mrs. I.. C. De I.ozicr, President, and Mrs. A. I. Woods,
Vice-President. STANDING: Mrs. john E. Dodds, Treasurer.
Mrs. P. Dusenberry, Recording Secretary, and Mrs. P. Farrel.y,
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Denise Dummer rated Superior Actor
in Men Folk at the Diocesan Speech
Festival in Rock Islandg Doris Roth
went to State in the Speech Contest
of Illinois Speech Association.
Bob Pfeiler was chosen as the recipient
of the Tom McAnn Award and was
judged winner of the local journalism
contest sponsored by the Peoria journal
Star. Bob was one of 145 teen-age
journalists who attended the National
Teen-Age Press Conference held in
The Class ol '58 chose Dave McCann
to receive the D. A. R. Award. Dave is
a senior who has been outstanding in
the fields of leadership, dependability,
and service. He is president of the
Senior Class and Student Council, and
is treasurer of the Greater-Peoria
Student Council Organization.
Mary johnson, our Betty Crocker
winner, shows her pin to Ieanne Hofer.
The faculty and Senior Class elected
Ieanne to receive the Daughters of the
American Revolution Award.
SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY are
seated: Diane DeLozicr, Betty Mathers, Kathy Bickerman, Pat O'Con-
nell, Carol Gensler, Chris Iacobs, Standing: Lois Billmeyer, Denise
Dummer, Gail Flynn, Sharon Colomae, Lynn Maelcoway, Ann Bau-
mann, Helene Cicciarelli, Sheryl Potter, Pat Cramer, Kay Morrissey,
Marilyn Weber, Carol Wiltz, and Iudy Reeves. fMissing: Iean Hofer.J
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY are seated: Edward Duke, Robert
Pfeifer, Robert Leeg Standing: Iohn Zeitz, james Bunce, Iames Furstoss,
Thomas McMurry, Thomas Wrath, Iay Vonachen, George Hessling,
Peter Pasquel, Mike Ritschel, Robert Hinds.
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A change in seasons necessitates a
change in dance styles. Our Fall-fling
was the Broomstick Bop, complete With
an eerie l-lalloWe'en decoration. Spring
brings a shower ot dances for Aca-
demy and Spalding students. These
eagerly anticipated proms highlight a
year ot many activities, looth scholas-
tically and socially.
A scene from the Senior
Class dance "Broomstick
Seated is Dave McCann talk-
ing over plans for the Senior
Prom with Torn Ioyce and
Smiling happily are Helene Cicciarelli and Ted Becker who reigned
over the Academy Iunior-Senior Prom.
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Mchele McGrath received
the highest honor Which can
be bestowed on any senior,
that Ot being chosen by her
fellow classmates as the
Academy Girl. This choice
acknowledeges th at Michele
stands tor integrity, leadership
and moral stability, scholastic
achievements, and a triendly
spiritnrall qualities that a stu-
dent oi the Academy ot our
Lady should acquire. Congratf
ulations, Michele, from the
Graduating Class at l958l
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Chuck Lewis introduccs Regis PIEIYIOLII
flfrancei and Tea Sirito Qltalyi whu
were our forvign exe-liznige studs-nts
Let Mankind Proclaim Your
Wondrous Deeds, O M
In light of g spiritual counselor,
Cui Lddy of Divine Providence, We
hgve been supplied with the assist'
dnce enabling us to achieve the bind-
ing virtues of Co-operation dnd service,
required of C111 orggnizgtions,
Explaining sell'-improvmntznt week are
the Student Council oliicers: Michele
McGrath. secretary, Susie Mannschott,
treasurer, lLlIl5' Vxfzitson, president, and
Helene Ciccimelli, vice-president.
The Student Council ot the Academy ot Our Lady is an organiza-
tion whose main job is to serve the student body which it represents.
Two outstanding projects ot this year's Council were the maga-
zine drive and the selling ot candy bars to provide the money tor
our foreign exchange student.
The Council is composed ot one representative trom each home-
room. it aims to promote student leadership, preparation tor living
under a democracy, and better relationship between student and
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Behind many ot the important school activities stands
the Student Council. Since it is composed ot representatives
ot the recognized organizations, it has sponsored most success-
fully all types ot activities. This group gives to the student
body the needed leadership. Under the guidance of Fr.
Lefebvre, CSV., the Student Council has put together the
pep rally for the Regional Tournament, which was so well
done and received by the student body.
Calling thc liirst Stuciviit Count-il inact-
ing to order ami: Milan' Grow, ll'L'21SL1FO!'Q
Daw Mt-Cziiiti, presitlt-ntg lfzitlifr l.e-lW--
lvvrv. inoilerzitorg Boli l7luil'Qi', x'it-v-pri-si--
dc-ntg :ind john Pnllzrlini, sem-i'c'tz1i'y.
Our Student Council rcpresotitzitives are. lirst roxx:
M. Sullivan, I. Bartholomew, B. VVenzf-l. K, Bit-kerman.
P. Kelly. May, S. Wiles, and P. Diilley. Second row:
I. Cirardot. U. Kticavik, C. Pilon, I, Holer. I. O,Bricn,
B. Blender, I. Stepziriski, Hot-ht. Biedei'hct-lc. and
Sitting: Dam Karpowicz, john Zcitz, jim Bunn-P. Tom loyce
luck Nlulonu, Boh Lev. Standing: Gene Ahrzihzini
Tom Ctisztk, Dan Horan. lurk Mt-Nltihon. john Colley
Looking over sonic of the page layouts are the
SUNINI.-X co-Editors: jim Bunce, Denisc Duni-
mer. Mike Ritsclicl, Pat Oflonncll, and Sports
Editor, llcrman Wcrbei'.
This yeor's SUMMA stottt Worked
throughout the yeor to produce the
best possible yeorboolc. Denise Dum-
rner ond Port O'Connell begon in the
hot August clolys when they Went to
Chicogo to ottenol the Convention of
the Notionol Scholostic Press Associo-
From the tirst stoltt meeting until
the tinol deoolline dote the Stott mern-
bers trom the Acoclerny of Our Loioly
onol those trom Spololing Institute
Worked diligently to combine oll efforts
to rnolfe CI corniolete story ot the yeor's
otctivities ot both schools.
In charge of the financial part of the
SUMMA are the Business Editors:
Kathy Biclcerrnan and Iohn Zcitz.
Busy at their work of typing and iden-
tifying pictures are staff members
seated, Susie Ferris and Iudy Dunne
standing. john Malone. Molly Langtoni
and Torn Wrath.
Planning their next "shot" are the
SVNTNIA pltfmtmuzipltvrs: Kay Morris-
sey. Mary jolmson, Paul lat-liman, and
Members ol the sports stall' are: Mike
Cusack, Iohn We-ishruch, Tom Schmitt.
anal Chuck lieu is.
Combining their thoughts
and ideas are: seated, Sharon
Grawey, Christine Jacobs, Bill
Westlake, C h e r y l Potter,
Marty Flaherty, Diane De-
Lozier, S h at r rv n Colomacg
standing, Iay Vonachen, Bill
Betson, Dan Donahue. and
Front Bow, left to right: Martin Flaherty, Pat
O'Donnell, Terry McGrath, lack Malone, Mike
Sehleich. Back Row, left to right: Paul Iachman,
Torn Deeb, Brother Bristow, co-moderator, Dan
The official monthly newspaper
publication of Spalding, the INSTITUTE,
accomplished the task of providing
the student body, faculty, and other
readers with news, features, and sports
throughout the year.
Thanks to the establishment of the
Graphic Arts Department at Spalding,
the magazine-style INSTITUTE was
printed at the school this year for the
first time in the papers history.
This year, the lNSTlTUTE staff
spent many hours doing the make-up
of the paper. ln the past, the printer
has performed this task.
A complete coverage of student
life was made by the INSTTTUTE staff
under the direction of Bob Lee and
Bob Pfeifer, Editors-infchief, C h u c k
Lewis, Sports Editor, directed the sports
department, and Dennis Waldeck,
Business Manager, directed the Busi-
ness staff in the vital task of obtaining
advertising. Father Malley, CSV., and
Brother Bristow, C.S.V,, faculty moder-
ators, gave the staff invaluable help.
Brother Orban, CSV., head of the
Graphic Arts Department, printed the
Reporters working on the staff are, front row,
left to right: Ierry Kuhns, Iim McGee, Ken Strie-
der, lim Motsett, Phil Polonus, Bill Hughesg back
row, left to right: Tom Scanlon, Mike Schepke,
Wally' Langenburg, Bob Schmitt, Iohn Palladini,
john Pares, Don Naschert, Elliott Durbin, Gary
Grimler, Iames Thomas.
Preparing the next edition are: Father Malley,
moderator, john Coffeyg Dennis Waldeckg Bob
Pfeifer, Co-Editor, Brother Orbang Bob Lee Co-
Editorg Chuck Lewis, Bill Gorman.
Throughout the year the COMPACT statt has endeavored to spot-
light news pertaining to the school and social lite ot the students. New
features such as sports, senior silhouettes, and current pop artists have
been added this year to give the paper extra zest. The long hours of
hard work were evident as each issue finally Went to press.
Prool' reading the first issue of the COMPACT:
Judy Reeves. editor, with Terry Rafool, business
ezlitorg Marilyn Weber, associate editorg and
Barbara Wenzel, feature editor.
Working busily on the next issue ol' the COM-
PACT are: seated, lelt to right: Evelyn Hoehne.
Ann Baumann. and Betty Hofer. Standing. lelt
to right: BarlJa1'a Larost-he, Carol VViltz. Susan
Hobin. Linda Henning, Mary Charlotte Carroll.
and Marilyn Schmitt.
Sodalists standing in the lorm of an HM" to show their devotion to Mary are
lelt to right: I. Stickelimaier, T. Ralool, B. Marliey, I. Heffron, I. Keller, M.
Stull, H. Ciceiarelli, M. Miller, M. Duke, S. Mannschott, E. Vespa, P. Moore,
M. Phillips, D. Roth, A. Baumann, I. Miller, I. Fisher, K. Brophy, NI. Willi,
I. Donohue, M. Haddigan, C. Flynn, M. Kripple, M. Roth, C. Lonteen,
V. Maloof, C. Galvin, T. Rogers, M. Schmitt, P. Dcbhout, P. Corey, K.
Bourne, B. Mathers, I. Watson, 1. Girardot, P. Rebholz, K. Eagleston, R. Cash,
L. Lionberger, K. Luedtlie, I. Conley, M. Shea, M. WCbCl', K. Bogner, P. Lan-
ders. E. Davis. M. Smith, C. Monahan. Nl. Zevnili, I. Vogel, M. Hancock,
li. Cuinta, P. Wee1's, and I. Murray.
SODAI ITX OFFICER9
lvithy Bourne Secretarx Nlaiietta
Kripple Vlce Prclect Bettx VI ithers
Piefcet Iean Donahue Treasurer
Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Sodality Probationers are, first row: Phyllis McMurray, Mary C. Carroll, Sharon Rogers,
Rosalie Vachon, Connie Rolling, and Margo Vachon. Second row: Susan Lintz, Suzanne
Graber, Judy McMahon, and Mary Kay Sheridan. Third row: Sandra Karcher, Marcella
Bauhler. Gertrude Durbin. and Colette Stack. Fourth ron: loanne Hecht. Mary Lewis,
Nlary Beth Mt-Donald, and Carol Ellis.
The Sodality ot Our Lady intensities
spiritual training to pro m ote personal
sanctitication and the exercise of apostolic
work, which are the aims of this group. As
a means ot personal sanctitication, sodalists
endeavor to defend the Church in all Her
principles. By faithfully incorporating the
rules Within themselves, sodalists will attain
habits of action that will be of value to
them at all times. As lay apostles, sodalists
are concerned with the spiritual and mater-
ial Wants Ol those with Whom they Come in Preparing Christmas baskets that will bring help and chceer to
Contact at l'101'1'19, school and in social lite. the poor are: lean Donahue and Kathy Bourne.
Each Sodalist tries in a special Way to
imitate the Blessed Virgin and consecrate
her lite to Mary.
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The Querhes Club officers stzinding in front nl their patron, Father
Querhes, sire: Iohn Shea, president, Franklin Spalding, treasurer, and
Richard Brugger, secretary.
Father Judd and his Sodatity officers: Fred George, treasurer, Iohn
Coffey, vice-preleetg Tom Ioyee, prefeetg and Terry McGrath, seere-
These sodalists reciting the Little Gffiee are: Mike Kelly, Fritz
VVeisl'Jrueh, Tom Ioyee, Gordon Cundiff, and lim Furstoss.
Querbes and Sodality
Under the direction ot Father ludd, CSV.,
the Querbes Club has again taken up the
responsibility ot praying tor the right vocations
tor every member ot the student body. This
club, which takes its name trorn the tounder
ot the Viatorian Order, Father Louis Querbes,
has only the spiritual Welfare ot the student
body as its sole project.
The Sodality is closely linked with the
Querbes Club as it has vocations as part ot
its project. The Sodality is also led by Father
ludd, CSV. and has its toundation based on
devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary.
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One might spegk ot the Pontiticol Crew
os the Bishops "right hornd men". At oll ot
the importont Church functions ot which the
Bishop presides, these young men con be seen
helping him ond the other priests. A greoit
deofl ol time is spent in prgctice, gs Well gs
otctuol service to mointoin g position in this
The Pontifical Crew assists Bishop Cousins.
The members of the Pontifical Crew
arc, first row: D. Barth, S. Takeuchi,
I. Perry, K. Balc, B. Blank, Duke,
and Cf, Sell. SQL-'md row: 'l'. Uhle-
millvr. B. Pfcilvr. li. Hinds, T. Stoll.
I. Newman, and Va-ry ROV. Msgr. R. G.
Mission Representatives discuss
ways and means to further the
work of C.S.M.C., lelt to right:
I. Kelly, M. Hancock, C. Wiltz,
S. O,Donoghue, K. McFarlane,
S. Lintz, D. Zosky, M. Bachler,
C. Kennedy, B. O'Connell, K.
Brophy, K. DeMuth, I. Miller,
The officers plan the Mission
Book Drive. Left to right: K.
Full, treasurer: S. Bianco. secre-
taryg S. McCoy, presidentg A.
The Mission Representatives pre-
sent a skit at the C.S.M.C.
Christmas Assembly. Left to
right: S. Lintz, K. DeMuth, S.
Alwan, K. McFarlane, C. Shurtz,
S. Bianco, S. O,Donoghue.
C. S. M. C
Stamp Representatives busily count stamps hoping their home room will win
the 'Stamp Bug" for the month Left to right M I Smith K Eagleston C
Kapraun, L. Lionherger, M. Fisher P McMurray A Ceier M Vachon L
Billmeyer, M. Roth, M. Fortune M L Zevnlk M Holter R A Dantone
The Active Mission Club prepares religious articles for the children ot the missions. Seated: K. Guinta, I. Girardot, K. Bogner,
Nfl. Montgomery, K. Eppel, B. I.. Holler, M. C. Caroll, M. A. Eynatten, S. Schmitt, N. Richmond, R. Vachon, V. Caldwell, C.
Benzli, B. DeRoche, B. Brown, D. Dumrner, V. Malool. Standing: C. Slavens, Montefusco, S. Karcher, M. C. Haddigzin,
M. K. Sheridan, B. Downing, M. Shea, C. Stack, I. Gunther, K. Brisette.
As in past years, the members oi the C.S,M.C.
gave their Whole hearted support to the various
activities promoted during the year, the book
drive for the Iesuit missions, Hearts tor Iapan tor
the Iapanese missions of the Sisters ot St. Ioseph,
the benetit basketball game tor the Bishops' Relief
Fund. The spiritual needs ot mission Work was
stressed at all assemblies. The representatives
Worked hard in their respective homerooms to
encourage and to continue the generous help
given by the students to advance Gods King-
ROW l: T. Ralool, M. Zevenk, M. Cooper, M.
Welch, S. Graber, S. Gury, G. Durbin, P. Lan-
ders, I. Morris, M. Hancock, S. Ryia, M. Stoll,
S. Rodgers, I. Mahoney. ROW 2: M. Weber, C.
Wiltz, S. Bianco, L. McFarlane, I. Conley, I.
McMahon, M. Miller, S. Colomac, E. Ford, G.
Capranica, E. Gibbons, M. Duke, K. Galvin, S.
Karcher, T. Rodgers, K. Bourne, I. Murray. ROW
3: H. Cicciarelli, B. Brown, G. Kucavik, C. Ha-
dank, I. Donahue, S. Harvey, I. Stickelmaier, M.
McNamara, M. Smith, I. Girardot, I. Vespa, E.
Carter, E. Theile, E. Davis, M. Shea, D. Roth,
C. Kramm. ROW 4: M. Willi, I. Fisher, V.
Maloof, M. McGrath, C. Motsett, K. Keller, S.
Mueller, R. Cash, B. DeRoche, M. Fortune, P.
Debbout, M. Schmitt, I. May, M. Phillips, A.
Caldwell, l. Vogel, C. Pilon, K. Murrin, I.
Bartholomew. ROW 5: M. McDonald, P. Case,
I. Gunther, K. Iohnson, M. Wallack, I. Butler,
M. Downing, M. Haddigan, I. Watson, A. Bau-
man, H. Wade, S. Boeck, C. Theena, I. Hon-
ings, M. Constantino, E. Manias, S. McGrath,
A. O. L. Glee Club
The Academy Glee Club, under the direc-
tion of Sister Anna Thomas, has had a very
busy year. The vocal students and various
ensembles prepared a St. Cecilia's Program
for the student body. During the Christmas
season the Glee Club presented a Christmas
concert, which did a repeat performance at
the State Hospital. We made recordings for
radio station WIRL, and appeared on two T.V.
programs, entertained Mother's at Metamora
and sang at the Knights of Columbus. St.
Valentine's Day brought the successful Glee
Club dance, "Sweethearts," ln March, We
were one of the eight schools represented in
the Mid-State Eight Musical Festival. Two
sophomore ensembles and tive vocal solos
came back from the state contest with superior
ratings. The Academy Glee Club and soloist
brought home superior ratings from St. Louis,
where they participated in the Music Festival
sponsored by Fontbonne College.
Sister Anna Thomas strikes a melody with her
Glee Club officers: Sharon Colomac, secretary,
Helen Wade, president, Iudy Gunther, vice-
presidentg and Doris Roth, treasurer.
A selection from the St. Coq-ilia's day
program: M. Zcvnila. M. Hzulcligzin, lVl.
Coopcr, T. Durbin, B. lVlcD0nald, S.
Mueller, V. Malool, S. Graber, I. Fish!
er, and M. Boone.
A scene from ilic Christmas progruni: M. Miller, T
Rulkml, Cl. Vxfiltx, S. Ciloirxnuxc, ll. Brfmn, li. llcillrulilie,
Il. Cicciarelli, M. lfortunc, R. Cash, Russell, D. De-
Lozier, D. Antonini, M. Phillips, ll. Wade, S, Mc-Grath
I. Gunther, S. McCoy, Weber, A. Vaughn, I. Wat
son, M. McGrath, and A. Bzuunanu.
as Sister Amata marks
the concert music are,
left to right, Bill Gra-
Iohn Palladini, Presi-
dent, Louie Zant,
Iim Bunce, Secretary-
Spalding Band and . . .
BAND MEMBERS, back row: R. Campbell, C. Tiarks, M. Dugard, I.
Whalen, R. Pitcher, M. Schwerer, K. Heys, B. Graham, I. Irons, St. Stoll, W.
Didesch. SECOND ROW: D. Biachi, G. Sander, P. Polonus, B. Bart, I.
Bresnahan, M. Kane, I. Bunce, T. Scanlan, I. Palladini, I. McGee, L. Zant,
I. Ross. FRONT ROW: I. McManus, S. Scalise, R. O,Russa, lim Criss, D.
Speck, R. Speck, L. Ramos, I. Ricci, T. James, E. Savant, R. Wolfram, T.
Carr, I. Morse. QMissing from picture: M. Volz.j
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One ot the most active organizations at Spalding
during the past year has been the Spalding band.
Under the direction ot Sister Amata OSB., the band
has constantly, throughout the year, contributed to
the spirit of the school. ln addition to the fine Christ-
mas and Spring concerts, the band was active at
tootball and basketball games, and took part in the
many district music iestivals. Congratulations band,
tor a job Well done!
Spalding Glee Club
This year, the size ot the Spalding Glee Club was
increased to forty stout-hearted men. With the able
and enthusiastic director, Father Manual Loughran,
Spaloling's Glee Club kept the tradition ot excellent
music, both in the liturgical as Well as secular. The
Glee Club participated in the new Big Eight Confer-
ence, the annual Christmas Concert, and the Spring
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5,1-.illy. SECOND ROVV: I. Armentrout, hung, I. Whzilcn, T. Ioycc, K. Iohnson, D. Storms, E. Jackson, I. fl homas,
T. Dorsey. THIRD ROW: S. Takeuchi, M. Coleman, R. Hanout, G. Vxfhitchurst, R. Luby, M. Langton. C. Maher, R.
Knapp. M. Ritschel. FOURTH ROVV: P. Peters, D. loseph. S. Braly. B. Blanc. R. Herber, T. Fcaris. QNIISSINGJ:
D. B.ll'j10l'l, T. Fiorentinu, D. Gallncy, I. loyce, R. Km-ppel, C. Kuhns, T. Rose, D. Sommer. T. Stoll, I. McMahon.
Checking that camera arc: john Pares, Ken Blum, Richard Andrews,
and john Sronce.
Looking over the reports of their various projects are: john Zeitz,
Treasurerg Tom Ioyce, Presidentg john Ioyce, Vice-Presidentg Mike
Considered by many as the most competent
organization in the school, the Spalding Key Club
has just completed its most successful year. Besides
building better citizens, the Key Club raised over a
thousand dollars in its various projects. lt thereby
gained a high ranking place in the Illinois-lowa Dis-
trict of Key Club lnternational. The Key Club profits
helped purchase the new basketball uniforms, a hi-fi
set and held a closed social and made possible pro-
grams at all home sports events.
Besides the school projects undertaken by the
organization, the Key Club was host to the District
Key Club convention held in Peoria. At this conven-
tion our Vice-President, john Ioyce, was elected Dis-
trict Lieutenant Governor.
The Key Club owes much of its success to Fr.
Lund, its moderator, who has given much of his time
to making it a top notch organization.
The Camera Club is composed of students who
wish to learn more about the taking of pictures and
the processing of film. These future photographers
have made known their usefulness by their assistance
to the Institute and Summa in the tedious job of de-
veloping the many pictures. Under the direction of
Father Novacek, these boys learn the many techniques
and skills of photography.
Grouped around Father Monahan are: Willy Graham, presidentg
Bill Gorman, secretary-treasurerg Tibor Stoll, and Bill O'Brien, vice-
Designed to operate in their neighborhood, the
junior Red Cross works for the Community, Nation,
and the World. Under the direction of Fr. Monahan
it has held drives for the regular Red Cross to aid it
in its disaster relief wherever its help is needed,
whether it be here or abroad. The members of the
Red Cross have the opportunity to take part in first
aid classes given by the local Red Cross.
The library is a busy place where students and
faculty make good use of material between the covers
of books. There from the printed page, pleasure,
knowledge and culture are acquired.
The services of Sister Marcia and the student
librarians are invaluable to all at the Academy.
Preparing to be future librarians are: Pat Stenger, treasurerg Gloria
Sullins, secretaryg Mary Louise Zevnik, vice-presidentg and Eleanore
The speech students come to the close of a busy
year. They placed in District, Section, and State, of
the Illinois Speech Association Contests. They came
home from the Diocesan Speech Festival with five
Superior and fourteen Excellent ratings. They orga-
nized a Debate Club this year. The lnvitational
Speech Festival at Bradley is the last activity in which
they will test their powers as future voices of America.
Iessie IAROCOL, a lively little octopus, has long
encouraged the Academy girls to participate in the
American Iunior Red Cross program. As the symbol
of service and sacrifice, she incites her members to
perform various acts of charity, such as parties at
hospitals, old folks homes, and orphanages, the
blood program, and first aid classes. Members of
IAROCOL are leaders of kindness and follow closely
in the footsteps of Christ.
Discussing their Symbol with Sister Ioan of Arc, the Red Cross
officers are: Patsy Moore, vice-president, Eleanor Davis, treasurer,
Susie Garber, president, and lean Vespa, secretary.
"I speak for dernocracyi' seems to be the expression of these Speech
Club officers: Bonnie Berteaux, secretary-treasurer, Barb Smith, presi-
dent, and Doris Roth, vice-president.
Looking over debate topics the Speech Club officers are: Fred
George, secretary-treasurerg lack Malone, presidentg and Austin
Observing patterns on the oscilloscope are, left to right: Father
Bibeault and Father Crilly, Science Club Moderatorsg lohn Zeitz,
Pres.g Bob Pfeifer, V. Pres.g Ioe Meizelis, Secretaryg and Tom Ohle-
Keeping in line with the aims of its constitution
the Spalding Science Club continued Hto foster an ine
crease of scientific knowledge among its members."
Membership is limited mainly to those showing a de-
sire to increase their scientific knowledge by building
a project suitable for Illinois lr. Academy of Science
competition. ln keeping with the spirit of the club and
the age, a number of the club members have devoted
a great deal of time to testing rocket fuels with the
eventual goal of building a workable rocket. Capable
assistance has been given in all projects by Father
Bibeault and Father Crilly, moderators.
This year the newly organized Speech and Drama
club, under the direction of Mr. Callow, established a
very commendable record of achievements, Besides
the production of "Twelve Angry Men," members of
the club took part in the District, Diocesan, and the
Bradley speech festivals, and in each undertaking the
club proved itself to be a highly competent and well-
These Spalding students are making good use of their
library with the help of Sister Geraldine.
The Library Club this year, as in the past, has
played a vital role in the upkeep and order of our
fine library. They have been a constant aid to Sister
Geraldine throughout the year in the sorting of books,
magazines, and other library materials which we use
for our school work and reading pleasure.
In civics class, the freshmen carry on informative
discussions about world problems under the able
direction of Sister Maureen loseph. They prepare
themselves for good citizenship by advancing their
knowledge of our government. lnformation and data
on civic plans are gathered and studied by these
Wondering what will be Nasser's next move are: Teresa McMorrow,
Virginia DuBois, Sister Maureen Ioseph, Susie Lintz, and Sheila
In its first year at the Academy, the drama club,
"Our Lady's Players," has met with much success.
Its first presentation this year was The Song of Berna-
dette. This was followed by a series of one-act plays,
Alice's Blue Gown, The Maker of Dreams, and Men
Folk. Men Folk was chosen to go to the Diocesan
Speech Festival held this year at Alleman High School,
Rock lsland. With the profits received from these
plays a new projector was given to the school. Thanks
to the untiring efforts of Sister Rose Edward and the
co-operation of all the students our first year was a
very successful one. We worked hard, but we had a
lot of fun doing it.
Reading over a drama selection are: Iudy Reeves, secretary-treasurerg
Peggy Case, presidentg and Barb Brown, vice-president.
Under the direction of Sister Ruth Margaret, the
Camera Club has been very active this year. At the
meetings held every Thursday after school, the girls
learned the tricks of taking better pictures and the
intricacies of developing film and making prints.
Our nshutter-bugsl' under the guidance of Sister Ruth Margaret are:
B. Buehler, A. Dodds, P. Weers, K. Morrissey, I. Hollis, I. A. Hef-
fron, C. Miller, I. Ohlman, A. Geier, I. Miller, and K. Guinta.
Shown. with their moderator, Sister Louise Gerard and Bubsey are
the olficers ol the Biology Club: Mary Catherine Haddigran, presi-
dent, Mary Lewis, secretary, and Iudy Murray, vice-president.
Sitting: Gail Flynn, Lynn Mackoway, president, and Kay Morrissey.
Standing: Elcanore Cilmann, Ioan White, Ioan Ohlman, Carolyn
Miller, vice-presidentg Barb Sands, treasurerg Sheila McGrath, Sharon
Crawey, secretaryg Marilyn Weber, and Ann Baumann.
Here the girls are admiring the different articles
which they have collected. The Senior Spanish Club
under the direction of Sister Clarita, C.S.l., has accom-
plished much in the past year. This club is not only
interested in the language of the Spanish people, but
also in the different cultural aspects of the country
such as dress, pottery and lace-making.
Meeting twice a month, a group of about fifty
sophomores try to further their knowledge of Biology
by taking part in the 'XC-C" Club, With Sister Louise
Gerard as moderator.
A field trip to Rocky Glen, a trip to the Northern
Research Laboratory, together with the regular meet-
ings keep the girls busy. They also discuss various
topics and enjoy several movies during the year.
Carol Ellis, vice-president, Lois Billmeyer, president: and Cathy
Heinz, program chairman.
Ule vous salut, Marie, plein de grace . . . " opens
each monthly meeting of the French Club moderated
by Sister Rita Catherine. The members participate in
games and hear reports on the French people-their
customs and their country. One of the members, ludy
Watson, took a trip to Paris. She returned and related
many interesting facts and stories about this country.
On the first Wednesday of every month the Ad-
vanced Latin Club held meetings to discuss primarily
the life and works of Rome's greatest orator, Cicero,
and at the same time, to encourage underclasses to
continue the study of Latin. Sister Victoria acted as
Latin Club officers are: Margaret Schmitt, secretary, Iudy Fitch,
presidentg Marianne Eynatten, vice-presidentg Paula Kelly, treasurer.
The chief accomplishment of the Men's Club was
to provide the necessary things for the school for
which the school budget does not allow. Spalding's
well-rounded athletic program owes a great deal of
its success to the Men's Club. Such things as the new
equipment for the football team and the very valuable
printing equipment, which is constantly used, have
been made possible by the Men's Club.
Through their card party and regular meetings
the Mothers have provided scholarships and given
many gifts to the school. By their active interest in the
school the Mothers not only provided for their children
at home, but in school also in a definite material way.
Mrs. L. Calloway, Corresponding Secretaryg Mrs. Scheirer, Treasurer,
Mrs. W. Heyd, Vice-President, Mrs. George McCann, President,
Mrs. William Rett, Recording Secretary, and Mrs. Stanley Meizelis,
Left to right: William Powers, Vice-President, William Coffey,
Secretary, Frank Scherer, President, Fred Hadaank, Treasurer.
Loyal Irish Fans
CHEER, CHEER tor old Spalding High! Our alma
mater Will do or die, Fighting lrish is our narne, Purple
and White have brought us tame, What though the
odds be great or small, Old Spalding High will Win
over all, While our loyal sons go marching, Onward
to Victory. Rah! Rah!
WE'VE GOT THE WHOLE TEAM IN OUR HANDS ....
G. A. A.
A familiar club at the Academy is the G.A.A.
This year it Was reorganized and elected a president,
vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, Who directed
the different activities. Chief among these are basket-
ball, volleyball, bowling, tumbling, and cookeouts. The
senior class team Won first place in the basketball and
The biggest project of the G.A.A. is the Senior-All
Star Game which was held on March 20. The pro-
ceeds from this went to the Missions.
An active club during the athletic season is the
AOL. Pep Club. Under the direction of Miss Patricia
Richmond they have introduced many new cheers
with their card section. The spirit they have added
to our team has brought home many Irish victories,
Pep Club officers are: Carolyn Smith, SQCYCLHI5'-T1'OilSLIl'C1'g Shelia
McGrath. presidcntg and Susie Hobin, vice-president.
CLAA. olticcrs arc: Lois Billmeyer, presidentg Miss Reno, modcmtorg
Penny Russell, treasurerg and Susie Hecht, vice-president.
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We Praise Mary
in the exaltation of victory and invoke
her in the desolation of defeat. Mary,
the Mirror ot Iustice, shows us the
spirit of fair play and unity as athlete
and spectator Work together. We learn
that Christian unity in all We do, al-
ways makes a Winning team.
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to right Nancy Kelly, Teresa Monte-
tusco Rita Armitage. Second row, Mary
Io Lintz Iudy Dunne.
Irish Footballers End Season With A 5 3 l Record
Climaxing the three year football building program of
Coach Murphy and Coach Duchon, the Spalding Irish com-
pleted the i957 football season With a commendable, Well
earned record of five Wins, three losses, and one tie. With
only fair size and little experience, the lrish employed fiery
agressiveness, constant hussle, and undying desire to win
throughout the entire season.
ln the season opener against Limestone, the lrish used a
devastating ground attack to shut out the Rockets, 30-U.
Skender scored three touchdowns and McGann Went over to
score twice. Spalding grabbed win number two by romping
over the Canton Little Giants, 33-13. McGann tallied four
times, and Grow once. The next Spalding victim was East
Peoria. Scoring all fourteen points in the final 90 seconds,
the Irish Won the thriller l5-7. ln meeting their arch-rival
Central, the lrishrnen out ran, and out played the Lions,
Brother Robert Schoffman, C.S.V., athletic director and ticket
manager, has had the heavy responsibility of arranging
athletic schedules and distributing tickets.
Coach Murphy gives guiding words to McCann.
CHEERI FADERS, left to right: Teresa
Montefu to Iudy Dunne, Mary Io
lmtz Rita Armitage, Nancy Kelly.
Carry Three Victories
Before Tying Central
l 957 FOOTBALL SCORES
Spalding Limestone U
Spalding Canton l3
Spalding East Peoria 7
Spalding Central U
Spalding Woodruff 27
Spalding Manual Zl
Spalding St. Bede 6
Spalding Alleman 27
Spalding Richwoods U
Varsity Football Team
FIRST ROW, left to right: Mgr. Mike McGrath, Tom Palmer, Iohn Heidewald, Wayne Downing, Dave Skender, Iim Fahey, Dave
McGann, Martin Hoerdeman, Herman Weber, Mike Cusack, Gordon Cunaliflf, Mgr. Dick Thorne, SECOND ROW: Mgr. Ierry Statkus
Stephen Fuertgcs, Fred Rickey, George Rothan, Dan Karpowicz, Mike Grow, Ioe O,Neil, Tom Powers, Gary Martin, Willie Payne,
Gene Venzon, Mike Bahrowski, Coach Ed Murphy. THIRD ROW: Coach Frank Duchon, Greg Sander, Dennis Knox, Dan Horan
Bill Buckler, Ioe Schwerer, Dave Rahn, Roger Gregory, Torn Cusack, lim Malool, Tom Fahey, Mike Fortune, Dick Waldschmidt.
FOURTH ROW: Gary Reeves, Dave Sommer, Ed Tuerk, Reed Shipman, Dick Bolger, Ierry Fischer, Fred Tuerk, Tom Wilke, lim Lowy.
Mcilarm options lor extra yardage
but couldn't score. For that matter, neither
the game ended a U-O deadloclc.
Spaldings tirst loss came at the hands
rutt team, 27-l2, The lrish scored all their
quarter, a McGann to Rothan aerial and
Skender. Manual couldn't co-operate with
about homecoming football, and the Rams
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rout than the score indicates, as the Irish rolled up 324 yards
from scrimmage, more than twice the total yards gained by
St. Bede, Rock lsland Alleman stopped the lrish 27-l4. Mc-
Gann went 59 yards for one score and he hit Slcender with
a pass for the other lrish tally. Spalding closed out the l957
season by beating Richwoods, 6-O. ln the freezing weather,
McGann turned on the heat to score in the first period. ln a
game which was not on the regular season schedule, the
lrish lunior-Varsity tromped the Manual lV'ers 32-6, giving
the future football hopes of Spalding, a new glitter. Kar-
powicz scored twice, and Grow scored once.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Iim Haynel, lim Beckman, lim Drewitz,
Dan Clift, Bill Anderson, Larry Lennon, Raymond Corey, Denny
Doyle. SECOND ROW: Dave Clark, Major VVeers, Thomas Hau-
sem, Bill Kennedy, Robert Ryipes, Iesse Menchaeas, Iohn Mather,
Mike Powers, Gene Abraham, Ron Dwyer, Tim Richman. THIRD
ROW: David Hanley, Iohn Wetyle, Steve Stoll, Pat O'Neil, Ierry
Glore, Steve Hickey, lim Tucker, Ron Pitcher, Steve Murphy, Ioe
Kripple, Mgr. Iohn Kenny.
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Post-season honors Went to McGann
who was selected quarterback ot the
ALLACITY teamg Fahey nailed down a
guard slotg and Grow was voted to a
defensive haltloack position.
Second team ALL-CITY honors Went
to Rothan and Payne. Cusack, Down-
ing, Hoerclernan, O'Neil, Karpowicz,
and Slcender, all received honorable
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watchful eye during the Irish
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6-ll, licld goal Url., 396. ln-0 throw put.,
Don Molitor Q53j, senior center, 6-llu, 1cam's
leading rolnoundcr, Yield goal pct., 436, lrcv throw
lien Siokfs, senior l-Ol'VV2lTll, 5-lll, liclcl goal pc
333, lrvc Iluow pct., .-1013.
Irish Defy Pre-Season Forecasts
Beginning the basketball season, the Spalding
lrish had only three lettermen returning from last
year's sguad and not a player on the Whole team
over the six foot - two inch mark.
By the end of the basketball season, Spalding's
basketball history books had be rewritten. ln copping
third in the state tournament, the irish ot Coach
Smarjesse had advanced further in state tournament
play than any other Catholic high school in the state
ot lllinois. Also, by virtue ot their brillant 286 record,
the lrish finished the season with the best record ever
compiled by a Spalding team.
Willie Payne C55j, junior forward, 6-M, field goal pct., 430, free
throw pct., .3l0.
5768 BASKETBALL SCORES
82 DePue , 54
, ,, 58 Trinity ,, H, M46
, ,, 62 Woodruff ,,,,,, H44
, 57 Central ,, ,,,, H43
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,, 59 Richwoods
Spalding , ,,,,, 6l Farmington ,,,,, H49
Spalding ,,,, 62 Abingdon ,,,,,, ,48
Spalding , ,,,,,, 61 Manual ,, ,,,,,, 52
Spalding , 43 Central , ,,,,,,, H43
Spalding ,,,,,,, 70 Corpus Christi ,,,,, H39
Spalding , 58 Limestone , 43
Spalding 57 Normal , , 54
Spalding 51 East Peoria ,,,, ,,,, 5 7
Spalding ,,,,,, 70 Washington ,,,,,,,, 50
Spalding ,,,,,, 59 Ricliwoods , 57
Spalding , ,,,,,,,,,, 64 St. Paul ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. ,45
Spalding , , ,,,,,,,, 63 Schlarman , .,.,,,, .54
Spalding , .,,,, 5l Alleman , ,, ,,,,,,,,, N58
Spalding , ,,,,,,,, 80 Canton , ,, ,, ,,,,,,, M68
Spalding , , 60 Woodruff ,, ,, ,,,, ,,,,.,,58
Spalding , ,, ,,,, 58 Pekin ,,,,,,, N ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 65
Spalding 40 Manual , , ,,,,,,,, H42
Spalding , ,, 7l East Peoria , ,,,, O59
Spalding , 57 Canton ,,,,, 67
Spalding ,, ,,,, 64 Deeniak , , ,, ,, 50
Spalding , , 65 Minier , ,,,, , 5l
Spalding , 42 Morton , , , 4l
Spalding , ,, 65 Central , 52
Spalding ,,,,, 46 Kcwancc ,,,,,, ,44
Spalgling , 49 Ottawa , 44
Spalding 53 Highland , ,49
Spalding , 59 Rock Falls , H66
Spalding , 09 West Aurora ,,,, 53
SECOND ROW, lelt to right: Managers Gerald Pilon and
Steve Brady: players, Mike Humphrey, Ioe O'Neill, Mike
MeCrath, Alan Campbell, john Ioyce, Steve Hippen, Tom
Bouton, Mike Haley, Manager Tiger Foley, Coach lim
Smargesseg FIRST ROW: Dave McCann, Mike Crow, Dan
Karpowicz, Don Molitor, Willie Payne, Ken Sieks, Dave
FIRST ROW, left to right: Iohn Rynell,
Mike Caflerly, Dave Ruhaak, Don Hor-
an, SECOND ROW: Ed Tuerk, Tom
Cusack, Mike McGrath, Mike Humph-
rey, Fred Tuerk.
FIRST ROVV. left to right: Cene
Abraham, Dick Wetzler, Joe
Hageman, Iohn Mathers, Mike
Powers, Ron Dwyer, Steve Mur-
phy. SECOND ROW: Tim
Richmond, Dave Urhanc, Steve
Stoll, William Kennedy, Bob
Kelly, Mike Rynell, lim Tucker.
THIRD ROW: Coach Frank
Duchon, Frank Meizclis, Ioe
Cripple, jerry Newman, Iim
Haungs, Ron Pilcher, Roger
Campbell, Mgr. Tim Beckman.
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go through one ol their rou-
tines: Left to right, Barh
Hanley. Pat Uusenherry, Iill
Bartholomew, Margaret Hau-
sam. Iudy Morris.
Irish To State In '58
At Champaign, Spalding dumped High-
land to become one ot the tour teams remainf
ing in the state. ln the semi-finals, highly
touted Rock Falls had a rough time in beating
Spalding, 65-59. With the pressure ott, the
Spalding lrish easily beat West Aurora in the
consolation game to win third place in the
i958 illinois State Basketball Tournament.
The lirst step - - - Victorious Irish display their joy alter
winning the Pekin regional.
Suspense mounts as the team is super-sectional hound.
The final rewaill - - - Harry l:liZl'lLl2.Il1
ol' the l.lI.S.A. presents to the team the
trophy lor third place in the state ol
In spite of a late start in the baseball season due to
the rewarding trip to Champaign, the Spalding base-
ballers emerged victorious in three of their first five
games. In fact, the Irish spent only two days in the
batter's cage before they met their first diamond foe.
Returning lettermen from last year's team includei
infielders Ed Duke, Tom Bouton, Dave McGann, and
Ken Sieksg outfielders George Rothan, and Mike
Cusackg catcher Al I-lahng and pitchers Mike Kelley
and Dave Skender. With the combined pitching of
Kelly and Skender, the Irish won their first two games
by beating Richwoods and Pekin. I-Iowever, the Irish
followed up their early victories with a duo of losses
to Manual to even their record at two wins and two
Varsity Baseball Team
THE VARSITY SQUAD, BACK ROW, left to right: Ioe O,Neill,
Mike Grow, Bill Gaffney, Al Hahn, George Rofham, Dave
Skender, Ed Duke, Dave McCann, Ken Seiks, Coach Smarjesse.
FRONT ROW: Mike McLinden, Dick Wetzler, Iohn Rynell, Mike
Kelly, Mike Cusack, Tom Cusack, Tom Dorsey, Bob Anderson, Tom
FIRST ROW, left to
right: Iini Anderson, Bill
Anderson, Major Weers,
Tim Beckman, Io h n
Mathers, Cene Ab-
raham, Terry Ileights-
man, Coach Frank Duch-
on. SECOND ROW: Ioe
Cripple, Steve Murphy,
Ron Dwyer, Bill Kennedy,
Boh Kelly, Bill Clark, Jer-
The powerful wrists of Dave Skender snap for a home run
Mike Kelly and Dave Skender, senior pitchers.
Ed Duke and Dave McCann, senior infielders.
Mike Cusak, senior center fielder
Ken Sieks, senior left fielder
Al Hahn, senior catcher
With few exceptions the entire track squad
has returned, and with another year's experience
is proving to be a Iorm of stiff competition for all
corners. In the early season, with the capable
Coach Murphy at the helm, the team has made
a very excellent showing.
With Martin, Pieiter, Graham, and Andrews
running the sprints, and with Weber, Bolger, and
Brown running distance, the Irish have very
capable cindermen. Iones handles the pole vaul-
ting chores. Waldschmidt and Payne are proving
to be promising weight men.
Getting set, Payne gathers lorm for throw.
jones is up - - - and oxer
FIRST ROW, left to right: Austin Brown, Gerald Bresnahan Willie Graham Willie
Payne, Dick Martin, Larry Andrews, Bob Pleifer, Ierry Iones, Herman Weber SECOND ROW
Dick Herber, Bernard McFarden, Gerry Couri, Dick Waldschmidt Mike McGrath Torn Rose
Iim Ritt, Chuck Cooney. THIRD ROW: Coach Ed Murphy Tom Scanlan lim Haungs lim
Tucker, Chuck Steimle, Dave Snyder, Bruce Morgan, Ken Lotts Tony Ferris manager
STANDING. lclt to right: Dick
Andrews, Dax 0 Myers. lim
Sutter, lfzxthcr Monahan, Cf.S.V.,
Dick Thorne, loc: Nleizelis, john
Eaton, Mark Harter. SEATFD:
Daw Sullins. lim Motsett. lim
Furstoss, Pete Gaul, Terry Tully.
Pete Pasquel. Via-tor Fisher. lim
Dunno, Owen English, Ron
Hollinger. , ,
lim Motsett tries to pick up that spare.
Displaying gootl lorm, Daw Sullins tries to im-
prow his 139.
Numbering titty bowlers, the 1957-58 irish bowling team
was the largest in the history of Spalding. Under the direc-
tion oi their moderator, Father lohn Monahan, C.S.V., the
keglers participated in both the City-Wide High School Bowls
ing Tournament and Various intramural contests. ln the High
School Tournament the "3UU's" and the 'lGutterdusters" won
second and third places respectively,
The following is a list ol the top ten bowlers on the squad:
1. Pete Pasquel
3. Bill Clinch
-1. Bill Fisher ,,
.'. Dave Sullins
6. lim Dunne
f.. lohn Eaton ,
VVz1u-liing as Father Vlonzihan. CI.S.V,. Q-oniD1lO5 the ?Ul'l'i1Q95 HFC 11115 YGHIJS
howling ollii-ers: lim Sutter, x'icc-president, john Eaton, sccrcmry-treasurer,
and Mark llzirter, president.
Iirn Furstoss has the green in
mind as he blasts out ol a sand
The czimerzi catches Don Nlolitor ready
to powder the hall doxxn the fairway.
Watc'h that slant! Boh Hinds careful-
ly lines up a putt.
BACK ROW, left to right: Clayton Low, Bill O'Brien, Peter
Gaul, Bob Hinds, Don lVIolitor, lim Furstoss, Ierry Fischer.
Ion Mazzuehelli. FRONT ROVV: Fred Hadanla, Bill Labrush,
Dave Connelly, Chuck Sell, Mike Sehleieh, Dave Ruhaak.
The l958 Spalding golf squad, under the coaching of Father C. R. Williams, CSV.,
finished the season with a commendable record. Although their record of Wins and losses
Was not sensational, nevertheless, their determination and will to Win made them a team
to be feared by all their opponents. With only one member back from last year's squad,
the team faced a tough schedule of fourteen matches, and they have handled their job
in very fine fashion. With the addition of many fine golfers to the squad, the future of the
Spalding linksters looks very bright.
One-two-one-tixo-P. E. class builds thc-ir muscles.
jim Vvlindsor, Rin-liurd johnson slug it out.
Ron Stevenson shows the camera his lorm,
P. E. Intramurals
Under the direction oi Coaches Duchon and
Murphy, the members ot this years PE. classes
have been given the opportunity to participate in
a well-rounded schedule ot intramural sports. The
annual boxing tournament drew its usual share ol
excitement and enthusiasm as the student body
watched the tinalists punch their way to intramural
tame, Besides the basketball, scooter football, and
volleyball contests, the new swimming meet proved
to be a tine success.
INTRAMURAI, BOXING CHAMPS: lc-lt to right: Cari Martin, licrivyiu-igrlitg Boh Schmitt
W5 lbs. Larry .-Xmlri-xxs, l6ll lbs.: lvrry l.2lHfJ43d. l-17 lhs.g Ron Sclicircir. V33 lbsg Rin-hurt
Iohnson, l26 lbs.g lim Hainel. ll8 lbs.g Tom Quinn. llll lhs.g Dick Herlvor. lliil lhs.
vt INTR.-XNIUR.-Xl. BgXSKETBAl.l,
CllAYlPS. L n 0 0 l i n gi Larry
VVilliams. Gcrwgc Shields, Tom
Mt-Clernon. S'l'ANlDING: Src-ve
lfuertges, George Rothan, Toni
Senior Basketball Champs admiring their
trophy are, lront: Vlary Io Lintz, Terry
Rafool, and Iolene Dunne, Back: Pat O'Con-
neil, Michele Mt-Grath. Barh Turner, and
Freshmen in tumbling lormations are,
kneeling: Sharon Lalcowit-lt, Kathleen Keye,
Kathy Scheirer. and Sandra Renderer.
Second Row: Valerie Loeb, and Diane Baker.
Formation: Ann Shea, Mary lean Heinz,
Cynthia Mannschott, Ellen Fidler, and
Getting ready lor a game of cage ball are,
left to right: Mary Lewis, Connie Grimm,
Margaret Sullivan, Mary Beth McDonald,
Mary Louise Zevnilc, Susan Sullivan, Vivian
Malool. Paula Landers, and Mary Schmitt.
Academy of Our Lady G.A.A.
Senior Volleihall Champs: Kneeling: Mary
Io Lintz, Terry Ralool, and Jolene Dunne.
Standing: Pat Offonnell, Michele McGrath,
Barb Turner, and Lois Billmeyer.
, , ETS 3
MEETING THE DEADLINE-Dan
Donahue and Denise Duminer.
Behold The Lord Has Entrusted
All Things To Me
Even in our business associations
We included Mary as a model and
heavenly adviser, tor she illustrates
X perfection in all aspects of living.
FIRST IROW: Sharon Cmlmmrc. Denise' Dummor,
Kathy Bin-kerman, Diane DcI.ozier, Betty Mat-
hers. SECOND ROVV: Cheryl Potter, Betty Hol-
fer, Kay Morrissey, Sharon Grawcy. THIRD
ROW: Susan Ferris, Pat O'Crmnell, Mary Iohn-
son. FOURTH ROVV: Molly Laugron, Barlozxm
Brown. Lois Billmeyer. Missing from pil-tu1'e:
COURI BROS. SUPERMARKET BEST WISH-E5
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Quality Meats and Groceries
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
CLI-ISS OF '53
A. 0. L
FIRST ROW: Doris Roth. Iirzlmcs XIZICIIOU,
Barb O'Crmnell, Mary Sue Shawls. Sharron Zara.
SECOND ROW: Sharon Ann l.ashcr. Liuzla
Nh-Ifurlani, Barb Blr-mler. THIRD ROVV: C011-
nic Ifmtccn, Clmrle-no Bowers, Erin Tha-ile.
O. FRANK HEINZ
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CONGRATULATIONS . . .
to the Class of '58
from your schcol's favorite Potato Chip . . .
L. W. Roach O. D. Hess
A A A
DICK'S SHELL SERVICE
LOUCKS fx MCCLURE
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Phone 2-7522 Peoria, Illinois
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FURNITURE GALLERIES, L.T.D.
2417 N. University Street
Phone 2-8711 Peoria, Illinois
INTERIOR DECORATIONS - OBIECTS OF ART
FURNITURE - WALLCOVERING
CARPETS - DRAPERIES
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TRUCKING 6. EXCAVATING
3435 Farmington Road
Phone 3-7766 Peoria, Illinois
STAR MODEL BEER
ED DUNNE STANDARD SERVICE
314 S. Western Phone 6-9256
We Give S and H Green Stamps
Mike Ritschel, and
Downtown - Sheridan Village
ALL YOU REQUIRE WHEN YOU WIRE
BOURSCHEIDT ELECTRIC COMPANY
601 W. HANSSLER PL PHONE 5 4322
MAIL ADDRESS P O BOX 265
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FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PEORIA
III N. Ielterson Ave. Phone 6-0811
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Lehmann Building Peoria, Illinois
- Our 50th Year A
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Ph. 3-1252 - B03 N. Madison Ave. - Peoria, Ill.
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5001 War Memorial Drive - Peoria, Illinois CIVIL ENGINEERS
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HADDAD'S SUPER MARKET
'Store ot Quality Foods"
1911 Wisconsin St. Open 7 Days
It Makes A Whale of A Dillerence
When It's Cleaned By . . .
1331 Knoxville Phone 5-5251
2001 N. Wisconsin Ave. Phone 2-6511
515 S' Western Ave- General Hardware - Pittsburg Paints
Glass - Appliances - Guttering
Phone 63531 Housewares - Power Mowers
p Congratulations to the Class oi '58
R WRIGHT and SALMON IVIOIIIIIIIIIY
205 202 N. Madison Avenue
Peoria's Only Store Devoted Exclusively
To Supplying Artists
Run by Artists -f for Artists
Phones 4-2479 and 4-0324
III-IY's CLEANING SERVICE, INC. HAR0'-D I- Pl-ACK AGENCY
Free Pickup and Delivery
l'HemembeI It Pays To Send To RAY'S"
712 N. University Peoria, Illinois
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
112 S. Monroe Ave.
Phone 4-8168 Peoria, Illinois
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
Bottlers of Nehl Flavors Royal Crown Colo and Frost1e Root Beer
111 W. MAIN ST.
N. Sheridan Rd. at Lake St
PEORIA CAMERA SHOP
SALES - REPAIRS - RENTALS
539 Main St. Peoria. 111
Opposite Post Office
When It's Through It's Like NEW
3-MINIT 'CAR WASH
816 Main st. Dial 6-9176
Each a Specialty . . .
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SEAT COVERS - WASH
Hours: Mon. - Thur. -- 8:l5c1.m. - 5:15 pm.
Fri. - Sat. - 8:15 am. - 5:36 p.m.
Sunday -- 9:00 c1.m. - 5:30 p.m.
COURI'S FOOD TOWN
East Peoria's Finest
Open 7 Days A Week - 9 c1.m. - 9 p.m.
We Central National Bank
Mcxin 61 Adams
C O M P L I M E N T S
THE BOLAND MORTUARY
66 Years of Faithful Service
HOWARD HELLER SHOP
Pere Marquette Hotel
WM. E. SMITH
IDEAL PLUMBING 6. HEATING"
PHONE 4 6431 - MCARTHUR HWY. AT SMITH ST
COMMERCIAL LETTER SERVICE
512 Commercial Bank Bldg.
Quality Furniture Affordingly Priced I Direct-BY-Mail Advemsmg
Lucille Weisbruch, Owner
2428 Knoxville at Mcclufe Phone 24744 PHONES: Office 4-2247 - Residence 2-5638
INSURANCE AGENCY TOHN E- WA'-SH 4 C0-
Gordon T. Bagley Gerald B. Bagley PLUMBING 5 HEATING
820 CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
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BONDS - COMPENSATION
CUMMINGS and EMEBSON
424-26 S. Washington St.
FOR THAT OLD
H O M E M A D E
They're wonderful for dinner
or for Cl quick TV snack. Try
one today! You'll find them
- frozen - at your favorite
"Sport Goods tor Good Sports"
514 Main Street Peoria 2, Illinois
For Spalding or
A. 0. L.
Letters and Monograms Sewn on Free
x'Sport Goods tor Good Sportsf'
514 Main Street Peoria 2, Illinois
llWhere you buy"
is just ds importomt ots
iiWhdt you buy"
Serving the Peoria
Area for Over 100 Years 0 0
1854 - 1958
For Men. Women. Boys
G R A B E R ' S Congratulations ....
Tires - Batteries - Accessories
Lubrication and Car Wash
Lake at Knoxville Phone 5-9806
SMITH'S DRUG STORES
114 STRATFORD DRIVE
4609 PROSPECT ROAD
to the Seniors ....
For all your school supplies remember . .
I A C Q U I N ' S
321 Main Street Phone 6-0841
F R I EN D
SHEL-CELLO BI-IG CO.
CELLOPHANE :S POLYETHELENE BAGS
105 Goodwin St. Phone 3-4103
DR. CLIFF BECHERER
223 E. Washington St. - E. Peoria, Illinois
IEFFERSON INVESMENT CORP.
Suite 221 - First National Bank
uWe Buy All Types ot Real
Estate for Investment Purposes"
B1-IXTER-ROTH 81 ASSOCIATES
REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE
3100 KNOXVILLE PHONE 8-2474
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K. of UC.
uVVishing Will Not,
Ioin Your Friends
Who Bank At The
'COMMON SENSE BANK'
SOUTH SIDE TRUST
81 SAVINGS BIINK
3705 SOUTH ADAMS STREET
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Fish Served on Friday
' Chicken Served on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
5 till 9
SANDWICHES AT ALL TIMES
i'Loya1 to the Ethics of Pharmacy"
BOGARD DRUGS, Inc.
1129 W. McClure 2311 W.
Scotches - Bourbons - Fine Wines - Liquors - Beer
Phone 2-6656 215 W. 1VIcC1ure Ave.
FOOD MART, INC.
UThe store with everything in finer foods"
Ben Schwartz Peoria, Illinois
Phone 3-5 86 2
HOFFER CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc.
P. O. Box 2006 Phone 9-1611
Hardware for every purpose Office End of Kenwood Ave.
Paint for every surface.
205 N. Main Creve Coeur, 111. EAST PEORIA' ILLINOIS
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
ADAMS cxt LIBERTY -- MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP
All Aboard! All A -Q Borden 's
BRAKES 6 ALIGNMENT
1200 S. Iefferson Phone 3-8508
Browns Peoria School of Business
240 South Iefferson Avenue
The only school in Peoria specializing in qualifying
young men and Women for business positions of
all kinds. - Spalding and Academy graduates are
invited to inquire about our college-level business
Write, Telephone, or Visit the School.
LIGHTING FIXTURES and FIREPLACE FIXTURES
E. I. MAUSHARD
K. D. HARTER
CENTRAL FIXTIIRE COMPANY
708 Main St. Peoria, Ill.
4707 N. Prospect
"Everything in Flowers"
IACK KNEER. Proprietor
4301 Prospect Road
THE UNUSUAL IN LADIES' APPAREL 319 50- Teffefson PhOHe4'2689
sizes 5 to 15 6. 8 to 18 PEORIA' IU--
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sis s. ieff-erson,p II
WEBER'S FOOD MARKET
3035 N. Wisconsin Avenue
GROCERIES - MEATS - SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Cocktail Lounge G Dining Room
Open from 12 Noon
Phone 5-9824 3604 N. University
DENTINO DANCE STUDIO
Class or Private Instruction in All Types of
Dancing for Children and Adults
POTTER 8 ANDERSON I
IEWELERS 6. SILVERSMITHS
127 North Sheridan Rd. Phone 4-4828
Residence Phone 4-0203 Worthy of Your Confidence
Pekin Studio - Pekin 6-7383 334 Fulton Street
204 Court St.
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Pronliim PRON TOWEL SUPPLY
COMPLETE LINEN SERVICE
701 Hurlburt St. Phone 4-1221
MOORE'S IEWELERS 81
436 Main St. Peoria, Ill.
ATLAS TIRES - BATTERIES - ACCESSORIES
Corner of Wayne and Perry Streets
We Give S and H Green Stamps
No matter if your hair is long or short you will
look prettier if you visit one of Beetler Service
Salons located at
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Grayson's 104 S. Adams
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Helene 126 S. Madison
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PEORIA 0 NEW YORK 0 RICHMOND 0 SCRANTON
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phone 3,3815 132 So. Ieilerson
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Realtors Multiple Listing Service PEORIA' ILLINOIS
ADAMS ST. SUPER MARKET I COMPUMENTS OF
4023-33 50, ADAMS ST.
"We Never Close" AND PARTS, Inc.
Allied Aluminum Assoc.
FACTORY DISTRIBUTOR CENTRAL ILINOIS
FOR FREE ESTIMATES PHONE PEORIA 9-4762
" " ' 159
415 N. ADAMS st PEORIA, nu.
PH O N E 6'6984
W. A. LIIIDLIIW WIRE CO.
MANUFACTURER OF FLYSWAITERS
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Walt Danley Realty Insurance
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Peoria's Finest, Most Beautiful, Fastest Selling
Area ol Restricted Home Sites, Located North
ol Glen Avenue Off Route 150.
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PEORIA EAST PEORIA
312 E. Corrington 105 E. Washington
1212 W. Main PEKIN
1300 N. Second
SHEAFFER PEN and PENCIL SETS
PEORIA TYPEWRITER CO.
420 LIBERTY ST.
CARVER LUMBER CO.
603 E. War Memorial Dr.
BELMONT MUSIC CO.
108 Knoxville Avenue
2003 N. Wisconsin
Ierry's East Bluff Pharmacy
McClure at Prospect Avenue
U. S. POSTAL STATION
FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY
Henry Fox. R.P.H. William Lyman, R.P.H.
Ierry GALLES, R.P.I'I., Owner
"Registered Pharmacist on duty at all times."
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COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE AT
A Bank You'1I Llke
'V 123 S. IEFFERSON
Iefferson Trust and Savings Bank of Peoria
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP
S1U,00U Maximum Insurance For Each Depos1tor
DOYI.E'S SHELL SERVICE
803 W. MAIN ST
PHONE 6 9919
DAN IIECIIT u...-
319 M P III AND
1215 No. Adams
IOHN P. PEARL
AND ASSOCIATES fphillips
1025 Ieiferson Building
P III Ph S 2181
PHONE 4-3322 I
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE 50514
RCE HMBULHNCE and Medical 6 Surgical Supply House
fAcross from St. Francis Hospitcxlj
RENTAL 5. SALE OI' HOSPITAL BEDS 537 North Glen Oak u ' I
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923 Knoxvill A Peor Ill PHONE 5 0514
Purchasing Service For Catholic Institutions
Volume Buying Earns Additional Discounts
SUPPLIER FOR ALL NEEDS
We are proud to have furnished many of the new
schools, rectories and convents in the Peoria Diocese.
Write or Call
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SPRING VALLEY, ILL. PHONE 6351
EARHARTS IG A
1901 N. Sheridan Road
2 5466 P Ill
PHILLIP'S 66 SERVICE
BILL MOLLECK 81 SON
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Ph 5 9873
PEORIA HEIGHTS ILLINOIS
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210 N M ' S -C C
1201 S. WASHINGTON ST
Posed by: Kay Morrissey and George Hessling
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OF , KENNY's MARKET
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3016 N. U ersity frecxrj
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AWAY FROM THE CROWDED DOWNTOWN PARKING AREA
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Call Peona 9 2146
2580 Morton Rd. E P I11
MURPHY - CLARK.INC.
FRANHJN 6. FOURTH
UTHE MEATS THAT YOU LIKE TO EAT IS OUR SPECIALTY"
POULTRY - PRODUCE - GROCERIES
For your convenience call us for free delivery.
OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. UNTIL 8 P.M.
HOLIDAYS AND SUNDAYS UNTIL NOON
300 S. Sheridan 701 War Memorial Dr
Phone 4-2214 Phone 3-2194
I.I1'I'I'IY 8: LDCHER
LEO G. O'BRIEN
SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR
118 N. Sterling Avenue
Phone 4-8780 Peoricr, Illinois
Service ..:ili::..,:', L
Since . 98 E. State St.
1921 I 1 5 Peoria, Illinois
I . -
DI-ILE B. CORNICK
Wcrylite Insulating Blocks
Aluminum and Steel Windows
EGOLF MOTDRS, INC.
THIRTY-NINE YEARS YOUR
SAFETY TESTED USED CARS
512 W. Main Phone 3-5137
13th and Derby Pekin, Illinois
HOLD UP - BURGLARY - FIRE
90" Us N4-
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ELMO G. KUECKS, Secy-Trecxs.
1851 . . . FAILED in business.
1852 . . . DEFEATED for Legislature.
Z 1858 . . . DEFEATED for elector.
1843 . . . DEFEATED for Congress.
1848 . . . DEFEATED for Senate.
1855 . . . DEFEATED for Vice President.
1860 . . . ELECTED President of the United States
A good exanzple of what can be accolziplisbed
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izzitializfe . . .
E. F. SCOTT CO.
139 SOUTH IEFFERSON AVE.
IF IT'S A SOUND
CASE TAKE IT
W. I. IVIOTSETT, INC.
W. Main St. Peo
CENTRAL ILLINOIS MOST
COMPLETE LINE OF MATERIAL
10:00 A.M. TO 2:30 P.M. MON., WED. ci FRI.
10:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M. SATURDAY
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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF "58"
FURNITURE COMPANY SCHUTTHUFER
2105-7 South Adams
RESIDENT 6. COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION
Fred I. Schotthofer - Class of "42"
BEST OF LUCK Bill. Sr. Ierry
TO THE 'CROWLEY BROS. INC.
U I R I S H " 1310 N. Knoxville Ave.
BRADLEY SPORT SHOP PLUMBING - HEATING
1235 W. Main Peoricx, Illinois Bill, Ir. Ierome
OLYMPIA TYPEWRITER -
SHEAFFER PEN 6. PENCIL SETS
GROCERIES cmd MEATS
Co- OPEN SUNDAYS FREE DELIVERY
407 Liberty St. I
301 Illinois Ave. Phone 2-7147
COMPLIMENTS OF CCMPLLMENTS
KEN-MAR PRODUCTS O F
1523 South Adcxrns St. A
Peoria, Illinois F R I E N D
CADILLAC SALES A SERVICE CLOTHING - HATS - FURNISHINGS
TRAVIS HNDREEN NORDWI-ILL co.
CADILLAC PONTIAC co. MEN.. SHOP
826 W. Main
Phone 3-3777 127 S. Iefferson Phone 3-2553
GEORGE 0. PRSQUEL
PETER I. PRSQUE1.. SENIOR
F. W. HAWK
lU34-lU4U Iefferson Bldg
37 A , la
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" , ,,..f. 2 b.
Newest Fashions Guaranteed in Every Way
REAL ESTATE CO.
GENES TAP ROOM
Ben. I. Weinstein fRealtorJ 6'
225 Main St- Peoria mn l9ll W. Lincoln Phone 6-9994
CQMQLIMENTS GET YOUR BALANCED
OF MEALS, LUNCHES :S SNACKS
IN THE YEARS
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GEORGE W. SOIVIMER
1109 N. Bourland Phone 6-9036
MHIK 6 ICE CREAM Peoria 5, Illinois
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RITBWAY CLEANERS BUILDERS HARDWARE CO.
0 DRY CLEANING
. REPAIR 1025 N. SHERIDAN PEORIA, ILLINOIS
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605 N. Monroe St.
BULOVA - ELGIN - WADSWORTH
OMEGA WATCHES COMPLIMENTS of'
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Registered Ieweler American Gem Society Phone 2-6553
209 Southwest Ietterson Ave. Peoria, Ill.
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Phone 63369 ARCHITECTS - ENGINEERS
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and the wisdom to know the
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828 Main Street
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Rt. Rev. Msgr. George A. Carton
Rt. Rev. Msgr. R. G. Peters
Very Rev. Msgr. M. V. Haas
Rev. Edward Bush
Rev. Iames Cambell
Rev. Iohn Dea
Rev. Iohn Die
Rev. Wm. C.
Rev. I. M. Fit
Rev. I. A. Gordon
Rev. E. Higgins
Rev. Robert Hoffman
Rev. Francis Kura
Rev. T. I. Lesniak
Rev. R. C. Livingston
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Rev. Iohn Mahony
Rev. D. R. Maloy
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Rev. Iohn Naab
Rev. E. A. O'Connor
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Sisters of Saint Ioseph
Mr. and Mrs.
O. E. Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Ioseph Bart
Dr. and Mrs.
T. A. Blanc
R. I. Bickerman
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Blender
Mrs. Ruth Blum
ACME RADIO 81 T.V.
4009 S. Adams
2607 N. Uuniversity
BOB BECHTEL'S COIN SHOP
223-25 W. Seventh
LAUNDRY 81 CLEANERS
Mr. and Mrs. Iames Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bucklar, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Bunce
Mrs. C. L. Case
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cicciarelli
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cusack
Miss Margaret Dalton
Dr. and Mrs. L. C. DeLozier
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Devore
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Didesch
E. M. Dorre, M.D.
R. A. Dooley
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Duke
Mr. and Mrs. Ianies Dunne
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Fauaro
Mrs. Gertude Flaherty
Iames S. Flanigan
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Foley
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Giden
Dr. and Mrs. Giunta
Mr. Norbert Glash
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Glass
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Grawey
Dr .Wm. DeGriffin
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hadank
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hajnal
Charles K. Hausam
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Heidewald
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Heyd
R. D. Henderson
D. E. Horan
Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Ienilli
GLEN OAK DRIVE-IN
833 N. Glen Oak
719 N. Monson
501 W. Hulbert
KANE DRUGS STORE
1245 W. Main Street
Mr. Dale Iohnson
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ioseph
Iones Sign Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Iames Iuleon
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Karpowicz
Mrs. I. W. Kennedy
Mr. R. Kovarik
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Krippel
Miss Mary Lanidaen
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Langton
Mr. and Mrs. Vern E. Lewis
T. I. Litterest, M.D.
Dr. Howard A. Lowy
Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Mathers
Mr. and Mrs. George McManus
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell McMurray
Mrs. E. L. Menges
Kenneth W. Moran
Mr. and Mrs. Morrve
Mrs. Mary Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Oates, Sr.
Leonard M. Ossziwski
Iohn I. O'Brien
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. O'Neil, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Russa
Peoria Office Machines, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Pfeifer
Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Powers
115 E. McClure
lll S. Main, Creve Coeur
R. R. No. 1, Washington
E. A. CANTERBURY, M.D.
2511 Knoxville Avenue
603 E. War Memorial
WALT COLGAN MOTOR SALES
518 W. Main Street
132 Court St.
CREVE COEUR FURNITURE
116 N. Main, Creve Coeur
DIXON,S PHILLIP 66 SERVICE
Calendar St Western Avenue
KEY MOTORS, INC.
804 W. Main Street
KISCO SOFT WATER CO.
1718 N. Broadway 4
SAM LaHOOD'S RESTAURANT 00 Rushes Cmve Coeur
MAGIC TOUCH BEAUTY SALON
1311 E. Frye Avenue
MCCARTN EY SUPER SERVICE
1412 S. W. Iefferson Ave. MID STATE TERRAZO
LANGTON AUTO SUPPLY Co. FLOOR CO-
213 Commercial National 1025 N' E' Monroe
Bank Building NEYLON'S CARPET
LEE'S CLEANERS AND LINOLEUM
1107 S. Iefferson 130 S' Madison
LINCOLN CLEANERS PROSPECT BAKERY
3915 N. Sheridan Road 3211 N. Prospect Road
Iohn A. Regan
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Render
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn A. Rezac
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Rohrnan
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Rose
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Roth
Mr. and Mrs. Savant
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Seanlan
Mr. and Mrs. Schrai
Mr. and Mrs. Ioe Schuh
Mr. and Mrs. W. Sell
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shea
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sickes
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Spalding
Students from Metamora
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Takuchi
Stanley F. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tull
Vaugh's 66 Service Station
Dr. and Mrs. Edw. I. Ward
Robert M. Weers
B. R. Westlake Family
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Whalen
Mr. Talbot Yearby
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Zant
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zeitz
PRUDENTIAL INS. CO.
SCOTT-MYERS AND CO.
827 W. Main
SCOTT S SUPER SERVICE
2022 N. Wisconsin
SOUTH SIDE PLUMBING
ST. BONIFACE MEN'S CLUB
607 VV. Lake
1924 N. VVisconsin
128 N. Monroe St.
WILSON STANDARD SERVICE
McClure and Prospect
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.
113 S. Adams St.
Meizelis, joseph, 32, 36, 104, 131
Alexander, Gloria, 24
Alig, Norma, 24
Aljanich, Mollie, 24, 40, 71, 74, 75
Alwan, Shirley Ann, 24, 96
Alwan, William, 24
Anderson, Patricia, 14, 24
Antonacci, Mary, 24
Armentrout, Ioseph, 24, 101
Armitage, Rita, 24, 28, 112
Arnold, Russell, 25
Baker, Terrance, 25
Baniqued, Iohn, 25, 39, 76
Baumann, Ann, 6, 25, 79, 91, 92, 98,
Benzli, Carole, 21, 25, 97
Betson, William, 25, 81, 89
Bickerman, Kathy, 25, 27, 73, 79,
87, 88, 138
Billmeyer, Lois, 12, 25, 79, 96, 106,
109, 134, 138
Bogner, Karen, 25, 92, 97
Boley, Iudith, 25
Bourscheidt, Carol, 25
Brinkley, Patricia, 22, 25
Brown, Barbara, 25, 97, 98, 99, 105,
Bruen, Edward, 25
Bunce, Iames, 23, 25, 76, 79, 81, 87,
Burk, lean, 26
Cady, Iudith, 26
Cain, Daniel, 26, 117
Case, Margaret, 26, 31, 98, 105
Cash, Ruth Ann, 26, 74, 92, 98, 99
Cicciarelli, Helene, 26, 27, 74, 75,
86, 92, 98, 99
Clinch, William, 26, 76
Colomac, Sharon, 26, 79, 89, 98, 99,
Conlon, Michael, 26, 76
Cramer, Iohn, 26
Cramer, Patricia, 23, 26, 27, 79
Crilly, Monica, 26
Cronan, Iudith, 26
Cundiff, Gordon, 9, 26, 94, 114, 116
Cusack, Michael, 24, 27, 89, 114,
Davis, Sharon, 27
DeLozier, Diane, 27, 79, 89, 99, 138
DeMuth, Virginia, 27
DeRoche, Beverly, 27, 74, 75, 97,
, Daniel, 27, 89, 90, 136
, Margaret Mary, 27
wayne, 27, 28, 114, 115
DuBois, Margaret, 28
Duke, Edward, 5, 24, 28, 79, 128
Dummer, Denise, 28, 40, 78, 79, 88,
97, 136, 138
Dunne, Iolene, 12, 28, 134
Dunne, Iudy, 28, 22, 89, 112
Eagelston, Robert, 28, 32, 76
Eaton, Iohn, 28, 131
Ellis, Carol, 6, 28, 93, 106
Engrissei, Iackie, 28
Fahey, William, 29, 114, 115
Ferris, Susan, 29, 89, 138
S ' facdm
Ferris, Tony, 29
Fisher, William, 29, 131
Flaherty, Martin, 29, 76, 89, 90
Flanagan, Robert, 29
Flynn, Gail Frances, 29, 79, 92, 106
Foley, Gerald, 29
Fortune, Mary, 29, 71, 75, 96, 98, 99
Franken, Mary, 29
Frasco, Iudy, 29
Furstoss, Iames, 29, 79, 94, 131, 132
Gensler, Carol, 29, 79
Gienow, Margaret, 29
Gilman, Eleanore, 29, 103, 106
Gilomen, Ernest, 30
Gorman, William, 30, 89, 90, 102
Grawey, Sharon, 30, 68, 89, 106, 138
Grow, Anthony, 30
Gunther, Iudy, 5, 30, 97, 98, 99
Hagemann, Iudy, 21, 30
Hahn, Allen, 30, 128
Haig? Michael, 30, 123, 125, 126,
Haney, Martha, 30
Hanout, Regis, 30, 84, 101
Hansen, Donna, 30
Harter, Mark, 24, 30, 35, 131
Heer, Iohn 12, 30
Heidewald, Iohn, 30, 114, 117
Heinz, Cathleen, 5, 31, 106
Heinz, Fred, 30
Heinz, Iames, 31
Hessling, George, 31, 79
Hickey, Terry, 31
Hinds, Robert, 24, 31, 79, 132
Hinrichs, Mary, 31
Hobin, Susan, 31, 91, 109
Hochne, Evelyn, 31, 91
Hoerdemann, Leo, 31, 68
Hoerdemann, Martin, 32, 114, 116
Holer, Ieanne, 27, 32, 78, 87
Hoffer, Betty Lou, 32, 91, 138
Holzinger, I. Richard, 32, 131
Hubert, Donald, 32
Hughes, Margaret Ann, 22, 27, 32
Iacobs, Christine, 27, 32, 79, 89
Ianovetz, Gerald, 32
Iobnson, Kenneth, 32, 101
Iohnson, Mary, 33, 78, 89, 138
Iones, Gerald, 33, 130
lost, Jeannine Mary, 33, 77
Ioyce, Thomas, 22, 33,, 80, 87, 94,
Kamin, Anita, 33
Keenan, Colleen, 33
Kelley, Barbara, 33
Kelly, Michael, 33, 94, 128
Kerker, Ioyce, 33
Kitlan, Nancy, 33
Krippel, Mary Loretta, 33, 92
Ksycki, Iames, 33
Kuhlman, Edwin, 33
LaHood, Richard, 33
Langton, Mollie, 33, 89, 138
Leary, Barbara Iean, 34
Lee, Robert, 14, 34, 76, 79, 87, 90
Lennon, Ieannine, 34, 74, 75
Lewis, Charles, 34, 76, 84, 89, 90
Lintz, Mary Io, 34, 77, 112, 134
Lionberger, Lynne, 34, 74, 92, 96
Litterst, Ioyce, 34
Lonteen, Robert, 34
Ludolph, Arlene, 34
Luedtke, Karen, 34, 74, 92
Lyon, Susan Ieanne, 34
Mackowai, Karen Ann, 34
Mackoway, Lynne, 23, 27, 34, 79,
Maddox, Iohn, 34
Malone, Iohn, 34, 76, 89, 90, 104
Martin, Richard, 7, 35, 101, 130
Matarelli, Ioline, 35
Mathers, Elizabeth, 35, 79, 82, 92,
McCoy, Sheila, 35, 40, 96, 99
McDonald, Charles, 5, 35
McFarlane, Catherine, 5, 35, 96
McGann, David, 22, 36, 77, 78, 80,
113, 114, 115, 123, 125, 127,
McGrath, Michele, 35, 83, 86, 98,
99, 109, 134
McGrath, Shelia, 35, 98, 99, 106, 109
McGrath, Terry, 7, 35, 90, 94
McMahon, Iohn, 6, 36, 87
Mglgflurray, Thomas, 14, 24, 36, 79,
Meizelis, Kathryn, 36
Metts, Frances, 36
Miller, Carolyn, 36, 105, 106
Miller, Mary, 36, 92, 99
Mitchell, Ioan, 14, 37
Molitor, Donald, 37, 121, 123, 126,
Montefusco, Mary Rose, 37
Morrissey, Kathryn, 27, 37, 79, 89,
105, 106, 138
Mounts, Eileen, 37
Mullowney, Edward, 37
Myers, David, 36, 131
O'Brien, Iudith Anne, 28, 37, 87
O'Connell, Patricia Ann, 22, 31, 37,
79, 81, 88, 134, 138
O'Donnell, Ioseph, 37
Ohlman, Ioan, 37, 106
Osborn, Iune, 37
Quinn, Eleanor, 38
Palmer, Paul, 28, 37, 114, 115
Pasquel, Peter, 24, 37, 79, 131
Pegg, Patricia, 37, 75
Peters, Helen, 38
Pfeifer, Robert, 6, 23, 24, 37, 78, 79,
87, 90, 95, 104, 130
Phillips Marianne, 38, 92, 98, 99
Potter, Cheryl, 38, 74, 79, 89, 138
Powers, Richard, 38
Rafool, Terry, 38, 74, 91, 92, 98,
Rappe, Iudith, 38
Reed, Peggy, 38
Reeves, Iudy, 27, 38, 74, 75, 79, 91,
Rehrn, Robert, 38
Rellihan, Marilyn, 38
Remington, William, 38
Rice, Raymond, 38
Riebling, Sharon, 38
Riecker, Mary, 36, 38
Riley, Edward, 39
Ritschel, Michael, 39, 79, 81, 88,
Roling, Donald, 39, 71
Russell, Ianice, 39, 99
Sammon, Kathleen, 9, 39
Sands, Barbara, 39
Sauer, Susan, 39
Schaub, George, 39
Schepke, Barbara, 39
Schlehuber, Sallie, 40
Schlenker, Iohn, 40
Schmitt, Thomas, 40, 89
Schneider, Bernice, 40
Schneider, Wayne, 39, 40
Schuely, Barbara, 40
Scott, David, 40
Scully, Brian, 12, 40, 76, 101
Shellcrosslee, Bonnie, 40
Sheppard, Mary, 41
Shields, Thomas, 41
Sieks, Kenneth, 41, 121, 123, 127,
Sirito, Maria Teresa, 41, 84
Skender, David, 5, 41, 112, 115, 120
123, 127, 128
Snell, Iames, 41
Sullins, David, 41, 131
Sullivan, Ruth, 36, 41
Sunderland, Catherine, 41
Sutter, Iames, 41, 131
Telkamp, Carol, 41
Thomas, Khalil, 41
Thome, Richard, 41, 76, 114, 131
Tillman, Arthur, 41
Tully, Terrence, 41, 131
Turner, Barbara, 42, 74, 134
Tyler, lay, 42
Vaughn, Andrea, 42, 96, 99
Vogel, Ioan, 42, 92, 98
Volz, Michael, 42
Vonachen, lay, 22, 42, 79, 80, 89
Wade, Helen, 42, 98, 99
Waldeck, Dennis, 18, 42, 76, 90
Watson, Iudy, 42, 86, 92, 98, 99
Weber, Herman, 42, 88, 114, 130
Weber, Marilyn, 27, 42, 79, 91, 92,
98, 99, 106
Weisbruch, Iohn, 42, 94
Weisbruch, Thomas, 42, 89
Wenzel, Barbara, 42, 87, 91
Westlake, William, 42, 89
Whalen, joseph, 43, 101
White, Ioan. 43, 106
Wick, Iames, 43
Wick, Margaretta, 43
Wiltz, Carol, 36, 43, 79, 91, 96,
Winkleman, Barbara, 43
Wrath, Thomas, 35, 43, 76, 79, 89
Young, Sharon, 36, 43
Zant, Margaret, 43
zertz, John, 24, 43, 79, sr, ss, 102,
Zimmerman, Frances, 43
Early last summer Spalding students and
faculty mourned the death of Bob Fletcher, a mem-
ber of the Class of '58 Bob died after a short ill-
ness from incurable lukernia. Conducting himself
at all times as a young Catholic youth, Bob was
regarded by all his classmates as a boy of the
highest caliber. Combining his friendly smile with
his knack for knowing when to speak and when to
remain silent, Bob received admiration from all who
knew him. He was a boy who Worked for what he
Wanted and co-operated to the best of his ability
to give others what they desired from him. Al-
though his time on earth was short, Bob has had
a greater opportunity than any other member of
his class. He has had a chance to reach the goal
for Which We spend our time on earth seeking, the
opportunity of enjoying the inconceivable magni
ficence of eternal happiness in heaven.
Charlotte Kravisky, a member of the Sophomore Class,
was called to her eternal reward on March l4, l958. Her
death, sudden and tragic, was mourned not only by the
Sophomore Class, but by the entire school. Her teachers and
classmates have missed her cheerful and smiling face, and
her kindly and courteous manner. Her death reminded all of
us of our goal in life and our proximity to Eternity. We pray
that she has reached this goal, and shares eternal union with
The members ot the l958 Summa Staff ot the Academy and Spalding
Wish to acknowledge their gratitude to all who have helped in any way to
edit this book. Special appreciation is given to those who have been out-
standing in their assistance and coperation.
The taculty and student body for their hearty support,
Our patrons and advertisers tor their financial assistance,
PLANNING AND ADVICE:
Reverend Raymond Novacek, C.S.V., and Sister Rose Edward, C.S.I.-
Mr. I. L. Sronce, yearbook consultant for the Peoria Engraving Co., with-
out Whose constant help, advice, and planning this book would not be a
Mr. Eugene Voss oi Eabry Studios, who gave many hours of his time
taking pictures for our division pages, faculty, and group pictures.
Mr. Dan Woodley ot Fabry studios-Academy and Spalding senior
pictures, and the use of the pictures of Bishop Cousins,-
Mr. Roger lngle-underclassmen pictures,-
The Peoria journal-Starftootball pictures,-
Pekin Daily Times-Sports pictures,-
Reverend Robert Livingstonfuse of C.Y.C.,-
Peoria Engraving Company,-
Mr. Richard Fintgeld, Mr. Iim Henderson, and the staff of the Henry News-
Mr. William Snell, personal cover counselor for S. K. Smith Co., Chicago,
Mr. Henry A. Piisterer ot the Peoria Book Bindery.
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