Aquinas High School - Trumpet Yearbook (La Crosse, WI)
- Class of 1938
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From the lips of Saint
Thomas of Aquinas, Dante
gives an account in his
Paradiso of the life and
work of Saint Francis,
which for brevity, accuracy
and comprehension has
never been equalled.
Dante, meeting in his "Paradiso" Thomas Aquinas,
through him produces the most able biography of
St. Francis of Assisi ever claimed by the fickle
Muse ol Literature. That was in the thirteenth cen-
tury. Now, seven centuries later, this Trumpet looks
back into the heavens, to retell in print and picture
the story First told to Dante by the patron of our
school. The present century and the thirteenth cen-
tury have an economic background with problems
that in many ways are comparable.
Thomas Aquinas, the greatest father of Wisdom
and Philosophy, Thomas, son ol Dominic, friend to
the Umbrian Poverello, told as a friend of Francis
the story of that saint in the lull light ol Heaven's
And as he arose to speak, the heavens were atten-
tive to his every word:
"Therefore let him who speaketh of that place,
Say not Assisi for he would say little,
But, Orient, if he properly would speak"
for "from out that slope, there where it breaketh
most its steepness, rose upon the world a sun . . ."
Yet he lived not until God sent His own widow,
Poverty, to teach him the walks ol life that meant
eternity to him.
Francis, the sun that rose on a new era, proclaiming
praise where praise had been rebuffed, lifting from
the sordidness ol poverty a clean soul, sweet in the
eyes of God, building bridges that spanned the
ravine ol difference between the two great classes
of men, and calling them love, or as the modern
world has translated them, his means ol social jus-
tice, this same Francis meant his reform to be only
personal, and then found it spreading to include
vast multitudes of lay people.
For was he not the sun? Does not the sun illumine
the whole world? Has it not the power ol warmth,
of love, of tenderness? lsn't the compounded Sun
made up of Light, Obedience, and an intimate
contact with every being? Francis too was illum-
ined with God, he longed only to be obedient to
his Mastery every man to him was "Brother,"
He was the very essence of seraphic joy, of hu-
miliation, and of sacrifice. The whole world called
him a Fool, and he was glad.
Francis died as the sun dies: at twilight when the
long day is tired and the sun is as tired as the day
it has served. There were birds who had stayed to
sing for him for the last time the songs he and
Nature had composed. And as the stairs to a new
life were revealed to him, heavy lines of brilliant
light crossing and climbing the darlcened horizon,
he lcnew that Love alone endures. There was no
more pain, only a cool, strange peace. And he
who in life had lcnown only a weary road, was in
death carried triumphantly on white wings into the
Kingdom ot Love.
All his life was love and because the degradation
of the modern world has great need of that ele-
ment, the Church offers a solution in Love, Poverty,
Thus, because of his inspiration, Francis has been
used as a "Light" for our yearboolc to carry the
three elements composing his frail brown slceleton
body and the one love he called Poverty, a procla-
mation of social justice.
Two friends, Saint Dom
inic and Saint Francis enter
prominently into Dantes
conception ofthe Heaven
of the Sun.
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The lite long ambition ol St. Francis ol Assisi to become a
missionary in the Orient is realized in part when he appears
before the Sultan.
Last July Sister M. Charitina left Aquinas
to talce up a worlc which, in the words ol
Pope Pius Xl, is "the greatest and the
holiest of all Catholic undertakings"-
that of a missionary. When she came to
live among us, the quiet presence of her
powerful character made us turn our heads
a little from the juvenile wall4 of lite and
now we find ourselves a little older and
wiser than we were yesterday.
Foolish and arrogant in our youth, we
slighted her aid at first as something un-
necessary. But she lcnew that we were
foolish, arrogant, and young. And so she
taught us how to love, for Charity was a
part of her name, before we lcnew it, we
had grown attached to her idealsf we
discovered that adolescence has ceased
to be a sordid state of life, and that it is
the most important period in which to
develop personality and nourish char-
acter, she taught us a code of decency
in so gentle a tone, with so masterful a
meaning, that we were not languid in
gathering up her intentions and when she
felt that we lcnew a little about what a
personality should resemble, she said to
us: "Malce the world a little more beau-
tiful for your having been in it."
From then on, Sister meant something to
a great many. One day she told us to
hold fast our dreams, and to lceep one
secret corner in our hearts where little
dreams may go. To scores of us it was a
phrase we had unlcnowingly waited lor.
There were never many people willing to
tell us that dreams and dreamless action
constitute the glory of youth. It has to be
someone courageous, the lcind whom one
never misses until the courageous one has
searched the atmosphere for a higher ad-
venture. And that same day, she com-
pleted our admiration ol her by telling
us that she had always wanted to be a
missionary. And because she had gar-
nered a right to dream, her dream became
a reality, and she went away in the
autumn when the world was warm and
lovely in slow death in the autumn of
1937 when Japan drove war horses across
the slues down to the hell of battle And
shewas gone to please the Man she loved
We had a chance to feel a great loss
almost relevant to death and we have
lelt of the happiness lor good fortune
that is not diverse from pain She has
passed beyond our sense of reality she
has grown to be a part ol the tenderness
and the warm heartedness that lights the
lagged torch of hope She IS a part of the
fantasy ol war s cruelty she IS a part of
China its wet fields, its rare dawns its
ignorance and its intelligence But to us
she is a veil, covering lilce balm the sore
muscles of lile, soothing its throbbing
temples and turning the tears into smiles.
We miss her and missing her we try to
realize that she also has ceased to live
with us partly lor our betterment. She
exists now only for the poor and lor the
many who have yet to lcnow her worth.
Thus, because she was one of God s be-
loved Franciscans' because she loved
poverty, obedience and would not be
satisfied by Satiating her soul alone car-
rying its incomparable culture into hope-
less lands for which she had greater hopes
that the ordinary man can lcnow- because
we can never forget her smile her grace-
lul gestures her charm and her eyes that
laced you clean and sure as if God had
leaned down and blessed them with H's
divinely blessed hands' because she gave
Sister M. Charitina former supervisor at Aquinas is now a
missionary in Wuchang Hupeh China.
us too much for us to ever hope to repay-
because of her faith in opportunity, in her
religion, in her social justice- and be-
cause of her bright and happy soul that
was clean, and strong and fine and that
put a glow in her Face, inspiring those
who thirsted lor inspiration- because she
like Francis was bright as the sun and
favored the Orient for her life s worlc'
Because by these things which she gave
so freely and lelt no loss in giving them-
To Sister Mary Charitina, this Trumpet is
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All praisz beiiiine U Lord mosl: high
"This is my Canticle, dear God, this is my all of liie
down to its last lovely drop-drinlc, Master, of my
As if the world would refuse that glistening drop of
seraphic beauty, falling as it did from the indescribable
heart of Francis.
Nature had no better lesson, Nature received no sweeter
praise, and never before did Nature succumb so totally,
so gladly as then, when Francis played on his organ
of Aeolus and sang in strong amorous phrases his
canticle to the listening atmospheres.
We too could sing a canticle to our school, praising its
happy life of social contact and telling it how much we
love its walls and its close friendliness.
We could open our hearts and tell this brave structure
how glad we are that we can feel the discreet pulsations
of growing up, here, where there is God, religion, and
We could sing in our canticle ol priceless memories and
golden gates swung open when we finally wallc down
these last steps-through that friendly door and out into
a life made easier because of an education at Aquinas.
THE REVEREND JOSEPH F KUNDINGE2
PRINCIPAL OF AQUINAS
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REV. STEPHEN ANDERL REV. GEORGE HAMMES REV. JOHN HENRY
QELIOION PELIGJON I2ELIC5ION
LATIN SODALITY LATIN FCONCMLCS SODALITY
PHOTOGRAPHY CLLIR BOTANY QODALITV
RT. REV. L. PASCHAL HIRT,
REV. LEROY KEEGAN REV. HUGO KOEHLER REV. ROBERT MCCARTHY
ATHLETICS REI IOION RELIGION
LINE COACI-I CATHOLIC WOIQKEI2' SODALITY
JR. C. S. AA C
REV. JOHN B. PINION REV. VICTOR J. PLECITY REV.
'LIODEIQATOR AOLJINAS OLIILLI CHADLA N
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SISTER M. MAURILIA
EANOS AND SPURS CLUB
SISTER M. ADJUTA' -Q!
SISTER M. ALVERA
C S. M. C COMMITTEE
EIOME ECONOMICS CLIIH
SISTER M ANCILLA
SISTER M BERNICE
SISTER M BERTHA
C S M C COMMITTEE
SISTER M CELESTINE
SENIOR CLASS ADMISER
RER CLUB ADMISER
SISTER M DOLORA
OUR LADY S COMMITTEE
SISTER M DOLORETTE
OUR LADY S CO NAITTEE
SISTER M FORTUNA
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SISTER M GERTRUDIS
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SISTER M ANCLLA
SISTER M EERNICE SISTER M BERTI-IA
SISTER M CELESTINE
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SISTER M. GERVINA
SISTER M. INEZ
JUNIOR CLASS ADVISOR
SISTER M. JOELLA
SISTER M GERVINA SISTER M INEZ SISTER M JOELLA
SISTER M LAURINDA
PARISH LOYALTY COMMITTEE
SISTER M LOYOLA
CATHOLIC TRUTH COMMITTEE
SISTER M LUCY
CATHOLIC TRUTH COMMITTEE
JUNIOR CLASS ADVISOR
SISTER M LALI N A SISTER M LOYO A SISTER M LUCY
SISTER M JOHN
SISTER M PAULINE
CATHOLIC TRUTH COMMITTEE
SISTER M TERESINA
SISTER M JOHN SISTER M PAULIINE SISTER M TERESINA
SISTER M WILFRED
C S M C COMMITTEE
SISTER M WILHELMETTE
SISTER M WILERED SISTER M WILI-IELMETTE
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MISS ANGIE AMBROSE MISS MARY L KEOUGH
G A A SCIENCE
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The school year ol 1937 38 IS nearly closed as hIstory
In the annals of the school The school year was ushered
In on September 7 at a Solemn l-llgh Mass sung by the
Most Reverend Wlllldm Gnlhn, !AXUXIlIdFY Blshop RZQIS
tratIons had Increased by almost one hundred over last
year, havlng over reached the seven hundred mark
The faculty found hve Important Changes Slster M
MdUfIlId replaced Slster M Charltlna, former supervlsor
George Schneeberger, who because of hIs new C V Q
George MOVIdVItY, Slster M Lucy took up the l'lIstory
classes ol Slster M Mdthlldd Slster Mary John resumed
llbrary responsIbIlItIes In place ol SIster M Patrlck, and
MISS Keough, teacher and assIstant to SIster Mary John,
was added at the close of the hrst semester
Undoubtedly the greatest development was that shown
by the SOddlItY dIvIded Into parlsh groups, wIth Thomas
McNamara prefect of the entIre body
And equally as stImulatIng In growth and effect was
the one day TTI state Cathohc Press Conference held on
October 'II Speakers were the Reverend F P l.eBuHe
S J , and the Reverend Vlfgll MIchel Q S B ,two out
standIng men In modern Cathohc thought
II Poverello was presented by the school publlca
tIons In December As a second semester development In
dramatIcs, Father Kundmger dIrected a select cast for the
Lenten presentatIon of Everyman
The retreat was conducted by the Reverend Peter
Crumbly O F M, Startlng Tuesday January QS, and
lastmg through Thursday And to advance more totally
the SOddlISfS spIrItual growth twenty sux delegates were
sent from Aqumas to the splrltual Leadershup conventlon,
a week end ol March, In Chlcago
GEORGEJ MORIARTY G W SCHNEEBERGER
ATHLETIC COACH BOTANY PHYSIOLOGY
AMERICAN HISTORY C Y O INTRAMURALS
A CLUB E SI-IMAN ATHLETICS
Adelzne Konsh s Romeo and Jullet notebook won
for her a coveted trIp to England, as otlered by Metro
Goldwyn Mayer It marked the thlrd tlme, In three con
secutIve years of the exIstence of these contests that an
Aqulnas student has been rated hIghest
Pnzes In Journalzsm were receIved by Edward Koops,
who won the NdfIOHdl QuIll and Scroll edItorIal con
test, by Eleanor Skemp who placed hrst In the NatIonal
Cathohc Press AssocIatIon EdItorIal contest, by Edythe
FIdac theme, advocatlng peace, by Mary Costello who
won a Chamber of Commerce contest, and by Nancy
Jeanne Tuomey and Margaret StIlp who placed second
and thIrd In a county Scenano contest
Then to top the hIgh notch IU Ideals the 36 37
Trumpet came back from the Iudges rostrum wIth an All
Amerlcan and a mIghty laudatIon for ItS edItor Mary
A great comphment was pald by the VISIf of Elmer
Layden, coach of Notre Dames brIllIant varslty, to
Aqumas, and ItS ddmlflng squad
The Freshman basketball qunntet under George Schnee
berger, OblIQdt2d cIty wlde recognItIon In wInnIng
twenty seven games wlthout a setback
The Aqumas Gulld through a serIes of entertalnments
secured for the Band colorful new umforms whlch In
turn dId thIngs to the musIc that only new umforms
On May I4 a Dramatlc FestIval was held at Aqumas,
and ten CdthOlIC schools gathered In the gymnasIum to
dIsplay theur talents In one act plays
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duties was succeeded as athletic director and coach by Mae Qrdf Who took the gntrd-Urbdn first prize for her
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generally Icnown as the Booster Club worlced efficiently
and advantageously thus year Composed of parents and
frrends Interested ID athletlc progress of the school the
club started out the year by securing George Moriarty
for the posltlon of head coach
Sheep Inned coats were bought for the football team
new sults and other facllltles The club also Invited Elmer
Layden of Notre Dame to be the spealcer at thelr annual
Qfflcers of the organlzatnon are Presxdent Augie
Grams Vuce president Tom Tully Secretary Jo n
Kevln Treasurer Robert I'IacI4ner
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What In former years was called the Parent Teachers
Association becomes this year The Aqulnas Guild
wuth the motto A blgger and better Aqulnas
Qfflcers of the Guild are President A E Blaschke
Vrce presldent A I-I Schubert Secretary Mrs J V
Iuomey Treasurer Joseph Doclcendorff Moderator
the Reverend John Pinson
The Guild sponsored the new band uniforms by a
serles of entertalnments which Included a style show and
coffee a movie Golgotha a dlnner and the morality
play Everyman An unusual degree of succes marlced
all the projects
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MICHEL ADDIS . . . Dramatic Club 4 . . Speech Club4 . .Usher
Club 4 . . Secretary 4 . . "A" Club 3, 4 . . C. S. M. C. Q , . Our
Ladyls Committee 4. . "Il Poverellon 4. . "Qratorio of the Little
Flower" 3 . . Football 1, Q, 3 4. . Basketball 1 ..l'Football Fool-
ies ' 4
ROBERT ALBRECHT . . . Glee Club Q. . History Club1 ..
C. S. M. C. Q . , Social Life Committee 4.
THORA ALF . . . Library Club 4 . . Pep Club 3 . . History
Club 1 ..C. S. Nl. C. Q . . Eucharistic Committee 3 . . Public
Gbservance Committee 4.
ROSEMARY ANNY . . . Entered '35 Cnenoa, Wisconsin . . Latin
Club Q, 3 . . Library Club 3, 4 . . President 4 . . C. S. M. C. Q . . Qur
Eady'sICommittee 3 . . Public Qbseryance Committee 4. . l'Nladonna
ecita " 3.
MARY ELLEN ANTHONY. . . Entered '37 Austin, Minnesota ..
Library Club 4. . Social Lile Committee.
LORRAYNE BANASIK . . . Glee Club 1, Q, 3, 4 . . Band 4 . .
Latin Club 1, Q, 3, 4. . Usher Club 4. . Pep Club 1, Q, 3. .C.S.M.C.
Q . . Our Lady's Committee 3 . . Catholic Truth Committee 4 . .
Chairman 4 . . 'iThe Holy Nighr"1.."The Finding of the King" Q ..
"Bethlehem" 3 . . "Oratorio ofthe Little Flower" 3 . . i'Madonna
Recital" 3 . . "Hansel and Greteln 4.
ROBERT BANASIK . . . Speech Club 4. . History Club 1 . . "A"
Club 3, 4 . . Vice-President 3, 4 . . Publicity Committee 4 . . Football
1, Q, 3, 4 . . Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4. .Captain 4 . . Track Q, 3, 4. .
Baseball 3, 4 . . 'Football Fooliesn 4.
JANE BECKER . . . Glee Club 1 . . Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4. . Dramatic
Club Q, 3, 4. .Treasurer 4 . . News Staff 1, Q. .Speech Club 4. .
Library Club 1, Q. . Pep Club 1, 3, 4. .Cheer Leader 4. . GA. A.
1 . . C. S. lvl. C. Q . .Social Lile Committee 3, 4 . . "Ghost Parade" Q.
WALTER BECKER . . . Band 1, Q . . News Stall 4 . . Trumpet Staff
3, 4. .Class President 4 . . German Club 1, Q. . Usher Club 4 . . Pep
Club 1, Q . . HAH Club 3, 4 . . President 3, 4 . . C. S. M. C. Q ..
Catholic Truth Committee 4 . . Football 1, Q, 3, 4 . . "Football
Fooliesn 4 f
MARIE BERGEN . . . oiee rafts 1, 3 .fofmdn is Q, 3 ..
Library Club Q . . Usher Cl b . Club . holic Truth
Committee 4. . 'lThe ljlzly ighti' 1 . . "Th inding o the King"
Q . . "Bethlehem" 3.
ANGELINE BERTO . . . Glee Club 1, Q, 3, 4. . News Stall 3 ..
French Club 1, Q. . Pep Club 1, Q, 3, 4. . History Club1 . . G. A. A.
1..C. S. Nl. C. Q . . Qur Lady's Committee 3 . .Social Lile Committee
4. . "The Holy Night" 1 . . 'lThe Finding ol the King" Q . . "Bethle-
hem" 3 . . i'Oratorio of the Little Flower" 3 . . 'llVladonna Recital"
3 . . l'Il Poverellou 4 . . Photography Club 4 . . UHansel and
WILLIAM BISSEN . . . Speech Club 3, 4 . . French Club 4 . .
Catholic Truth Committee 4 . . Football 3, 4 . . 'AAU Club 4 . .
"Football Fooliesn 4.
JEROME BLASCHKE ...Dramatic Club 3, 4 . . Latin Club 1, Q..
Usher Club 3, 4 . . Pep Club 1, Q, 3, 4 . . History Club 1 . . C.S.M.C.
Q . . Social Life Committee 3, 4 . . Stage Crew 3, 4 . . President
4 . . "Il Poverellon 4 . . News Stall 4.
CARL BOCK. . . Latin Club Q, 3, 4 . . HA" Club 4 . . C. S. M. C.
Q . . Football 3, 4 . . Track 3, 4 . . Basketball 3 . . Catholic Truth
Committee 4. . Football Fooliesli 4.
LA VERNE BOEHNLEIN . . . Entered '35 Auburndale, Wisconsin
. . . Latin Club 3 . . Library Club 4. . Usher Club 4 . . C. S. M. C.
Q. . Pep Club Q. . 'Bethlehem' 3.
ROSEMARY BOSCHERT. . . Glee Club 1 ..Mixed Chorus Q, 3,
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Life Committee 4.
CLYDE BRINKMAN . . . Latin Club Q, 3 . . pep Club Q . . History
Club 1 . . C. S. M. C. Q . . Qur Lady's Committee 4 . . Football
3, 4 . . Basketball Q, 3, 4. .Stage Crew 4 . . HA" Club 4. . "Foot-
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Stdlf 9 3 4 Latm Club Q 3 Cuerman Club 3 4 Secretary 3
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BERNICE BURNS Speech Club 4 Library Club 'I Q 3
Us er Club 3 4 Pep Club'I Q 3 Business Club 4 G A A
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Speech Club 4 President 4 Football Q Manager 4 Latln
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C S M C Q Publicity Committee 4 The l-loly Nrght I
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Llttle Flower 3 Madonna Recntal 3
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Secretary 3 Usher Club 3 Pep Club 1 Q 3 Bustness Club
A A 'I C S M C Q Our Ladys Commlttee 4
Chanrman 4 The l'-loly Night 'I The Funding ofthe Kung
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IONE CROWLEY Glee Club 3 Orchestra 'I Q 3 4 Band
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DONALD DFININGER Speech Club 4 Usher Club 4
C S M C 3 Public Observance Committee 4 Chairman 4
Football 'I Q ll Poverello 4
MARY JANE DE WOLFE Latrn Club 3 Llbrary Club 3
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BETTY DOCKENDORFF Glee Club 'I Mixed Chorus Q 3
4 Orchestra Q 3 4 News Staff 3 4 Trumpet Staff 3 4
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NOBERT DONSKY Glee Club 'I Latnn Club 'I Q Debate
Club 4 Usher Club 3 4 Pep Club Q 3 Photography Club
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seryance Committee 4 II Poverello 4
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LEON DUNCAN Pep Club 4 Social Llle Commlttee 4
INA VERNE EDELL Entered 36 Fargo North Dakota News
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GREGORY EGAN Dramatuc Club Q 3 4 Treasurer 4
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I Q Usher Club 4 Pep Club Q Photography Club 4
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Q Soclal Llle Commlttee 4
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Dramatxc Club 4 German Club Q Usher Club 4 I'lISIOI'Y Club
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ROBERT HINSBERGER . . C. S. M. C. Q, 4.
HAROLD HOGAN . . . C. S. M. C. Q. . Our Ladyls Committee
4 . . Basketball 3 . . Football 3, 4 . . "A" Club 4 . . Speech Club
4 . . "Football Fooliesn 4.
JEANETTE HOLICKY . . . Glee Club 1, Q, 3, 4. . Dramatic Club
3, 4 , . News Staff 3, 4 . . Trumpet Staff 3, 4. . Latin Club 1, Q..
French Club 3, 4 . . Library Club 1, Q, 3 . . Usher Club 3, 4 . .
Student Council 3 . . C. S. M. C. Q, 3, 4 , .Chairman 3 . .Catholic
Truth Committee 3 . .Secretary 3 . . 'lThe Holy Night"1 . . "The
Finding of the King" Q. . "Bethlehem" 3 . . "Oratorio of the Little
Flowerl' 3 . . "Madonna Recital" 3, 4 . . "Hansel and Gretel' 4.
WILLIAM HOSKINS . . . C. S. M. C. Q . . Public Observance
Committee 4. . Football 1, Q, 3, 4. . Basketball 1 . . Class President 1.
MARY HELEN HOWARD . . . Glee Club 1 . . Mixed Chorus
News tall 3 La in C u 4 Library Club
LlsherCu PepC u History Club1
C S M C Q 4 Our Lady s Committee 3 The Holy Night
The Finding of the King Q Bethlehem Oratorio of
the Little Flower 3 Hansel and Gretel 4 Valedictorian
EVELYN HUEBNER Glee Club 1 Q Speech Club 4
German Club1 Q Library Club1 C S M C 4 The Holy
N t 1 The Finding ofthe King Q
HERMAN HUEBNER Glee Club 1 Q History Club 1
M C Q ootball1 Q as e a oot
ball Foolies 4 Catholic Truth Committee 4 Track Manager 4
FRANCES HUNDT ee Club 1 Q 3 Latin C u
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servance Committee 4 Home Economics Club 1
HAROLD JAMBOIS Latin Club 3 4 Usher Club 4 Our
Lady s Committee 3 Public Observance Committee 4
MARY JANE JANKOWSKI Dramatic Club 3 4 News
ta 3 Latin Club 1 Q 3 French Club 3 Library C u
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Q Catholic Truth Committee 3 Social Life Committee 3 4
Bethlehem 3 Photography Club 4 Secretary and Treasurer
RUTH JEHLEN News Staff 4 Trumpet Staff 4 Business
C ub 4 C S M C Q Catholic Tru h Committee 4
HARRYJOHNSTON :story Club1 C S M C Q Our
Lady s Committee 4
KATHLEEN JOHNSTON Glee Club 1 German Club Q
L brary Club 4 Pe Club 1 Q 3 Home Economics Club 4
History Club 1 C S M C Q Our Lady s Committee 3
Catholic Truth Committee 4
ZOE ANN JOHNSTON Entered 36 Saint Paul Minnesota
Eucharistic Committee 4
CORRINE KABAT Glee Club 1 Q 3 4 Speech Club 4
a in Club 1 Q s er u 4 Pep u Q History
u 1 G A A 1 Q C S M C Q PublicityCommittee4
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N t 1 The Finding of the King Q Bethlehem 3
Oratorio of the Little Flower 3 Madonna Recital 3
CLARA KAMPSCHROER ee Club 1 Q News
Staff 4 German Club 1 Q Pep Club 3 Business Club 4 Our
Lady s Committee 3 The Holy Night 1 The Finding of the
Oratorio of the Little Flower 3 Bethlehem 3
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Busuness Club 4 Presudent 4 Fuchanstuc Commuttee 4 Be hle
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JOSEPH KILLILEA eech Club 4 C S M C Q Socaa
Lufe Commnttee 4
RAZY KLETECKA Glee Club 'I Mixed Chorus Q 3 4
ews Staff 3 4 Trumpet Staff 3 4 L tan Club I Q 3 Llbrar
u Q 3 4 Usher Club3 4 l3epCub Q 3 History up
C S 'VI C Q 3 Social Lsfe Commlttee
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Oratoruo of the Luttle Flower 3 Hansel and Gretel 4
MARY KOCH ee Club Q 3 4 Library ubl
Vice president 3 Pep Club Q 3 4 Cheer Leader 4 Home
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M C 3 Vrce Presfdent 3 Publuclty Committee
Social Life Commrttee 3 4 The Holy Nrght Q The Flndung
ofthe Krng 3 Bethlehem 4 Oratorlo ofthe LlttleFlower 4
GEORGIA KORISH Dramatlc Club 3 4 News Staff 3 4
Trumpet Staff 3 Speech Club 4 Latin Club 3 Library Club
3 Eucharlstlc Committee 3 Cathol c Truth Commlttee 4
Cappy Plclcs 3 Stage Crew 4
IRENE KRANC Glee Club 'I Speech Club 4 Latun Club
Home conomlcs Club 1 M C Aposto IC
Commuttee 4 Catholnc Truth Commnttee 3 The Holy Nlght
RUTH KRISMER Glee Club 'I Mlxed Chorus Q 3 4 Cla9S
ecretary 4 Dramatic Club 'I Q 3 4 News Staff Q 3
Trumpet Staff Q 3 4 Speech Club Q 3 Presldent 3 U her
C u 3 4 President 3 Buslness Club 4 Vice Preslclent of
Sodallty 3 Publlclty Committee 3 C S M C 4 The Holy
N t 'I The Funding of the Kung Q Bethlehem 3
Oratono of the Luttle Flower 3 The Ghost Parade Q Hes
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STUART LATIMER Entered 36 Genoa Wlsconsln 'at n
Club 3 4 Usher Club 4 Public Observance Committee 4
LAWRENCE LE JEUNE German Club 3 A Club 4
C S M C Q Catholic Truth Commlttee 4 Football 4
MARIAN LE JEUNE Ban Q German Club 'I Q L1 rary
Club 4 LlsherClub4 C S M C Q Cathollc Truth Committee 4
ELEANORE LUCEY atln Club 'I Q French Club 3 4
I rary Club 3 Usher Club 3 4 Pe Club 'I Q 3 Hlstory
lu 'I M Our Ladys Committee 3 Pu I
Observance Committee 4
HERMAN LUDVIK erman Club 1 Q 3 4 C S M
Q Pep Club 'I Catholic Truth Commlttee 4
MARGARET LYNCH Glee Club 'I Muxed Chorus Q 3 4
Latin Club 'I Q Library Club 4 Pep Club 'I 3 Home Econom
:cs Club Q History Club 'I Social Llfe Committee 4
Holy Nlght 'I The Flndlng ofthe Kung Q Bethlehem 3
Oratono of the Luttle Flower 3
BETTY MCCAULEY Entered 35 Hlllsboro Wisconsin Glee
Clu Q Orchestra Q 3 4 News Staff 3 4 Trumpet 3 4
peech Club Q Latm Club 3 4 Pep ub Q Publncnty
Committee 3 Social Llfe Commlttee 4
MARY MCGARTY ID Club 'I Q 3 French Club
Pressdent 4 Ll rary Club 3 Llsher lub 3 4 Pep lub
3 Hlstory C u C S M C Q Our Lady s Commltte
Madonna Recltal 3
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THOMAS MCNAMARA . . . Dramatic Club 3, 4 . .Speech ClJb
4. ,Latin Club 'l, Q, 3 . . President 3 . . German Club 3 , , Usher
Club Q, 3, 4 . .Treasurer 3 . . "AH Club Q, 3, . Photography
Club 3. . C. S, M. C, Q, 4 . . Sec asurer of Sodallzy
3 . . prefect 4 4 .KSi ommlttee 3 . , Track Q, 3, 4 , ,
Basketball 3 . . Foot all 'l, Q, 3, 4 . .Class Sggetary 3 . . "Storm
Tossed" 3. WQ,.'-lv T'
HELEN MADER Glee Club 1 Q German Club Q Usher
Club 4 Pep Club Q C S M C Q Our Lady s Committee
3 Catholic Truth Committee 4
KATHLEEN MANGNER Glee Club 1 News Staff 4
Trumpet Staff 4 Library Club 1 Q 3 Usher Club 3 Pep Club
1 Q 3 Business Club 4 G A A 1 Photography C ub 3
C S M C Q Our Lady s Committee 4 Social Life Committee
The I-loly Night 1 II Poverello 4 Cappy Ricks 3
MARY ALICE MAST G ee Club 1 Q 3 Latin Club 1
rench Club 3 4 Treasurer 3 Pep Club 1 Q 3 4 G A
M C Q 3 Social Life Committee 4 The I-loly
N t The Finding of the King Q Photography Club 4
NORMAN MEIR Dramatic Club Q 3 4 Speech Club 3
Debate Club 3 4 Secretary 3 Usher Club 4 I-listory Club
K A Club 3 4 Ghost Parade Q The Finding of the
JACK MELDE C S M C 2 Our Lady s Commi tee 4
Football 4 A Club 4 Football Foolies 4
GRETCHEN MILLER Mixed Chorus Q 3 4 Dramatic Club
4 Usher Club 4 C S M C Q Our Lady s Committee 3
Eucharistic Committee 4 The Finding of the King Q Bethle
hem 3 Oratorio of the Little Flower 3
MARGARET MONSOOR Glee Club 1 Q Speech Club
3 Library Club1 Q 3 Pep Club1 Q 3 4 I-lome Economics
u 3 G A A Treasurer e
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DOROTHY MUETZE Glee Club1 Q Mixed Chorus 3 4
Speech Club 4 Usher Club 4 Pep Club 1 Q 3 4 G A A
M C Eucharistic Committee 4 Social ie
Committee 3 The I-loly Night 1 The Finding ofthe King
Bethlehem 3 Oratorio ofthe Little F ower 3 I-lansel
and Gretel 4
CAROL NAGLE ee Club1 Q 3 4 an 4 atin
u 1 Q Libra y C u 4 Usher C u 4 Pep u
CSMCQ4 OurLadys om
mittee 3 The I-loly Night 1 The Finding ofthe King Q
Bethlehem 3 Oratorio of the Little Flower 3 Madonna
R cital 3 ll Poverello 4 I-Iansel and Gretel 4
DOROTHY NEIDBALSKI Speech Club 3 4 Library Club
atin ub1 Us er u ep u 4 I-lome
Economics Club Q I-listory Club 1 C S M C Q Publicity
Committee 4 Cheer Leader 4 Il Poverello 4
MARGARET O NEIL News Staff 4 Speech Club 4
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Our Lady s Committee 3
JAMES OPITZ Glee Club 1 3 Usher Club 4 Pep Club
Q C S M C Q Catholic Truth Committee 4 Socia i e
Committee 3 Basketball Manager 3 4
MARY ANN PAUL ee Club 1 Q 3 Orchestra 1
3 4 Class Secretary 1 Dramatic Club 3 4 News Staff 3
rumpet Staff 3 4. . L in Club 1 Q . , Usher u . . ep
u 193 ..reasurer3. .,,. ..C.S.M. . ..
Social Life Committee 3 4. .Chairman 4. ."The I-loly Night"1 ..
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Little Flower" 3 . . "Madonna Recital" 3 . . "Storm Tossed" 3 . .
Cheer Leader 4,
LENA PEDRETTI . . . Entered '37 Genoa Wisconsin . . Library
Club 4. . Public Observance Committee 4.
CONSTANCE PEIRCE. . . News Staff 4 . . Trumpet Staff 4 , .Latin
u 1 Q. .Library Club 1 . . Usher C u 4. .Pep u
Q , . Photography Club 4 . . C. S. M. C. ,
NORMA PENDER . . . Glee Club 1 Q 3 4. . News Stall 3 4. .
Trumpet Staff 3 4. .Latin Club 3 4 . . Treasurer 4 . . French Club
, ..Library u , ..Us er u ,4..PepClub , ..
C, S. M, C, . . Our Lady's Committee 3 . . Public Observance
Committee 4. . "The I-loly N'ght" 1 .. "The Finding of the King"
Q . . "Bethlehem,' 3 , . "Oratorio ofthe Little Flower" 3 . . " -
donna Recital" 3 . . "I-lansel and Gretel" 4.
ROSALIE PFLIEGER . . . Entered '37 I-lumbird, Wisconsin . .
Social Life Committee 4.
MARGARET PINKSTON . . . Library Club 4 . . Pep Club 3 . .
I-listory Club1 . .C.S. M.C,Q. .Eucharistic Committee 3 , . Public
Observance Committee 4.
RAYMOND PITZ . . . Usher Club 4 . . Pep Club 1, Q. .C. S. M,C.
Q . . Publicity Committee 4 . . Basketball 4.
GERTRUDE POEHLING . . . Glee Club 1, Q . , Mixed Chorus
3. . Pep Club 1, Q, 3 . . Home Economics Club 4 , . G. A. A. 1 ..
Social Life Committee 4. . "The l-loly Nightl' 1 . . "The Finding of
the King" Q . , 4'Bethlehem" 3 . . MOratorio ofthe Little Flower"
PATRICIA RAPER . . . Glee Club 1, Q, 3, 4 . . Latin Club 1, Q ..
French Club 3 . . Usher Club 4 . . Pep Club 1, Q, 3, 4. . President
4 , . G. A. A, 1, Q . . Photography Club 4 . . C. S, M. C. Q . . Social
Life Committee 3, 4 , . "The Holy Night" 1 , , "The Finding ofthe
King" Q . . UBethlehem" 3 . . HOratorio ofthe Little Flower" 3 ,,
4'Madonna Recitall' 3 . . History Club 1 , . 'Tl-lansel and Greteln 4.
LUCILLE RECK . . . Entered '36 Onalaska, Wisconsin . . Glee
Club 3 4 Latin Club 4 Our Lady s Committee 4
ANN RIFFNER lee Club 1 a in lub 1 Q Library
u Q 4 sher Club4 ep CIubQ C M C ur
Lady Committee 3 Catholic Truth Committee 3
FERDINAND RITTER usiness Club 4 C M
Catholic Truth Committee 4
IRENE RORAFF German Club 1 Q Business Club 4 l-lome
Economics Club 4 Secretary 4 C S M C Q Catholic Com
JOHN ROSSITER GleeCIubQ 3 4 DramaticClubQ 3 4
President 4 News Staff 3 4 Business Manager 3 4 Editor
4 Trumpet Staff 4 Business Manager 4 Latin Club 1 French
Club 3 Debate Club Q 3 4 Usher Club 3 Pep Club Q 3
E S M C Q 4 TreasurerQ Social Life Commrttee3 Bethle
JOSEPH RUDOLPH erman Club 4 C S M C
Catholic Truth Committee 4
ROBERT RUNNINGEN Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus Q 3
atin u erman lu 1 Q Us er lu 4 ep
u 1 Q P otography Club 4 C M Socia ie
Committee 3 4 Bethlehem 3 Stage Manager 4
GEORGE SAUER Glee C ub Q Mixed Chorus 3 4 Band
News taff 1 Trumpet taff 1 Latin C u 1 German
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Committee 4 Track 3 4
JOHN SCHUBERT Mixed Chorus Q 3 4 Latin Club 1 Q
3 Pep Club Q Debate Club 4 Usher Club 4 Photography
glub 3 4 Social Life Committee 4 Bet ehem 3 tage
ADELINE SCHWELLENBACH News Staff 4 German
u 1 Q ep C ub Q 3 Business u C
Catholic Truth Committee 4
EDWARD SEUBERT JR Band1 Q 3 4 German Club3
Usher Club 4 C tholic Truth Committee 4 Basketball 1 3 4
Band President 4
THOMAS SIMONES Glee Club 1 Dramatic Club 3 4
eech Club3 C S M C 4 F otball1 3 4 Basket a'
Trac Cappy Ricks 3 A Club 3 4
Football Foolies 4
ELEANORE SKEMP Glee Club 1 Q 3 Orchestra Q 3 4
Dramatic Club 3 4 News Staff 3 4 Trumpet Stall 3 4 peech
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Q Publicity Committee 3 Social Life Committee 4 The Holy
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ROY SMUTNY C S M C Q Catholic Truth Commi ee 4
ALBERT JOLLER Speech Club 4 Latin Club 1 Q Usher
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WALTER SOLLER . . .Mixed Chorus Q, 3, 4 , .Speech Club 4 . .
Latin Club I, Q . . Usher Club 4. . I-listory Club 'I . . Eucharistic
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WENCEL STANEK atin Club'I Q Pep ClubQ UA" u
C S M C Q Publicity Comm: tee4 F otballi
Basketball I Football Foolies 4
MARGARET STILP Entered 35 Austin Minnesota Dramatic
Club 3 4 News Stall 3 4 Trumpet Staff 3 4 Speech Club 4
atin Club 4 rench Club Q 3 Us er Club 3 4 re
Pep ub 3 Photography Club 3 4 C C I
Catholic Truth Committee 3
VIRGINIA STOREY i rary Cluo'I P CIJ
Club 'I Eucharistic Committee 4
GERTRUDE STROEH Glee Club'I Q 3 4 Gernan ub
'I Q Library Club? 3 Usher Club4 Pep ClubQ 3 I-lome
Economics Club Q C S M C Q Eucharistic Committee 3
Social Life Committee 4 The l-loly Night 'I The Finding of
the King Q Bethlehem 3 Oratorio ofthe Little Flower 3
l-lansel and Gretel 4
GEO GE TU atic Club 4 Speech Club 3 4
s ouncil 3 C S M C Q Parish Loyalty
airman 3 Social Life Committee 4 ll Pover
JOSEPH SWEENEY Speech Club 4 Latin Club Q 3
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BETTY SWEET Glee Club'I Q 3 4 Orchestra 'I Q 3
Dramatic Club 3 4 News StalI'I Q L in ub
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FTnding of the King Q Bethlehem 3 Oratorio ol the Little
Flower 3 l-lansel and Gretel 4
'LEONE TIKAL News Stall 4 Trumpet Stall 4 Speech
Cu 4 Latin Club'I Q Library ClubQ 3 Usher Club3 4
Pep ClubI Q 3 l-lome Economics Club Q G A A 'I Q
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NANCY JEANNE TUOMEY Glee Club 'I Dramatic Club
4 News Staff'I 3 4 Trumpet Stall 3 4 Editor 4 a in
Club I Q French Club 3 Secretary 3 Library Club Q Usher
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C S M C Q Catholic Truth Committee 3 Social Life Committee
Storm Tossed 3 II Poverello 4 The Finding of the
MARGARET WADDEN Glee Club 'I German Club Q 3
s er Club 4 ep Club Q S M C Q Catholic rut
Committee 4 Our Lady s Committee 3 ll Poverello 4
KATHERINE WAGNER Glee Club 'I Q 3 4 Library Club
Pep Club 3 I-lome Economics Club 4 President 4
C S M C Social Life Committee 4 The I-loly Night
The Finding ofthe King Q Bethlehem 3 Oratorio ol
the Little Flower 3 Madonna Recital 3 l-'lansel and
Gretel 4 Speech Club 4
AUSTIN WALLJASPER Entered 36 West Point Iowa
Glee Club 3 Band 3 4 Usher Club 4 Apostolic Committee
4 Chairman 4
EDITH WANNER Glee Club 'I Q 3 4 Speech Club 4
erman Club Q 3 Pep Club Q 3 G A A C S M
Q Our Lady s Committee 3 Catholic Truth Committee 4 The
l-loly Night 'I The Finding ol the King Q Bethlehem 3
Oratorio of the Little Flower 3 Madonna Recital 3
MARGUERITE WATERS Glee Club 'I Mixed Chorus Q 3
4 News Stall Q 3 Trumpet Staff 3 Speech Club 4 German
C u Q Debate Club 4 Pep Club Q l-listory Club 'I Q
C S M C Q Our Lady s Committee 4 Social Life Committee
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BETTY WECKER Glee Club Q 3 4 News Stall 3 Trumpet
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Committee 3 Eucharistic Committee 4 Chairman 4 e
Finding ol the King Q Bethlehem 3 Oratorio ol the Little
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Home Economics Club 4 l-listory Club 'I C S M C
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HAROLD WOODRUFF Dramatic Club 4 News Staff 4
Speech Club 4 Latin Club 'I A Club 4 Our Lady s Com
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EDWARD GITTENS Publuc Observance Commnttee 4 Foot
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Treasurer1 C S M C 4
EDWARD WALSH Pep Club 3 4 Hrstory Club 'I
C S M C Q Social Llfe Committee 4
ROBERT HOESCHLER Hvstory Club 'I A- Club 3 4
Football 3 4 Traclc4 C S M C 3 'PubllcltyComm1ttee3
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The Chrlstmas party as Santa CJohn SkernpD made has appearance
Commrttee for the Presldents Ball pauses to have a prcture snapped Seated
George Stuber Jerome Cycmanuck Standrng Furs row Mary Hickey Mary Jane
Service rendering and soclablllty were the mann
characteristics that marked the sodallsts alter St Josephs
Cathedral unrt conducted the Socual Llle ol the Sodallty
and parish Loyalty committees Mary Ann paul was electeo
prelect and Edward Giroux appounted secretary Mary
Walsh and Leland Berens conducted actuvntles ol the
-lhe decorations lor various mixers were under the
dlrectlon ol George Stuber who waved his baton over
Fellow music gatherers heads, Jane Becker who madethe
resident ll e In greater glory at the Ball I has honor,
Back row John Schubert Mary Ann Paul Jayne Becker Ervln Hoch Wlllram Paul
Secretly preparing Santas bags for the Chrlstmas party Seated Mary Ellen
Anthony Elnnorpaoenfuss Marilyn Taylor Standing DorusWoelke Mary Gautscl'
and Jerome Cycmanlck who proved that the Mardl Gras
c ald ollset the showy allaur that was presented last year
The committee also conducted a Christmas party The
general who was responsible lor the heavy breathing
heart attacks and strained backs, was none other than
Srster M Celestlne
The junior group Parssh Loyalty made an extensive
study ol the mlssal, vestments, the priesthood, sacra
rnentals, and all things pertaining to parush lxle A survey
ol mass servers, catholic students attending publlc schools
and cholr singers was made
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ln covering both home and lorelgn mlss1ons,St Mary s
SOddlltY the C S M C unlt ol the SOddlItY lound a
broad and lnvltlng held open Working under capable
directors the sodallsts lound themselves busily engaged ID
scorlng their ovvn and their neighbors basements lor
paper lhe proceeds lor the successlul paper drive
lhe sodallsts seemingly got more into the svvlng ol
things when vvorlclng lor home mlsslons, altar linens were
sent to the United States Missions, and clothing vvas made
over, mended, cleaned and sent to Dalcota missions
A successful luncheon was sponsored at lhanlcsglvlng
Many lunny loolclng envelopes were seen Floating mys
terlously about leavlng St Marys sodallsts hands, but
that was because they had been delaced and Svster
Alvera, Wilfred, and Bertha all advisers to the committee,
agreed that the stamps collected might help save some
darl4y s soul
Mildred Nordengren Jean Graf Arleen Nagle Marlon Krlsmer examlne stamps
and tmloul to be sem tothe Missions Edward Huebner Robert Formanelr Richard
Kessel Kenneth Stack Leo Potoraclre Bernard Mashelr Lawr nce Rutter Stuart
Latamer wergh the tons ol paper brought un for the Massuons Ellen McGarty
Kenneth Stack Lawrence Rutter Leo Potoraclce measure the Feshmen conzrubutuon
Earl Kauffman LeRoy Gagermeuer Raymond Feyen Raymond Jahumualc Joseph
Snyder examine the Sophomore donatlon Walter Becker welghs the paper l
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Ritz Dorothy Klhm and Ruth Troyanelc Eugerwa Glanoll Luella l-lalnes Dorotny
Meyers Nlarlan Brown Aud ey Husmann and Donald Delrlnfie prepare poste S fo
the National Red Cross exhlolt Ruth Shedeslcy Grace Bezncus Jaclr Scholler
Wlllram Wavra and James Wars mime graph some of the In er strng Sddallty bull? Ins
lhe Sodallty Bulletin was the project St Wenceslaus
parish undertoolc as publlclty department Jerry llltal
prefect, and Ruth Xxlsteclca, secretary vvorlced under the
able direction ol Sister M ADCIlld to pro u e a sodallty
as well greased In lcnovvledge as any portion ol the
mrmeograph a constant companion thelr etlorts l
sixteen Issues vvrth Grace Beznous as editor 19 OOO
copies were turned out Rev John Prrtzl vvas the mann
sprung ol the Sodalrty
lhe Queen s Work was dlstrlbu ed ID homerooms and
a Madonna program was grven as other features ol therr
Partrcupants In the Armrstlce Day program were Seated Dorothy Mae Clements
Rosemary Anny Lena Pedrettr Standing First Row Father Punuon Donald Du Malo
Wlllram Hoslcrns Harold Jambors Donald Dernnnger Norbert Donslcey Donald Ross
leanne Garvey Second Row Robert Puent Lawrence Alland Raymond Peters
A project ol the publrclty committee IS the Who s Who
It contarns the names ol the merutable sodallsts and merrt
able means exactly thatl
CIVIC and patriotic bservance were ldealed ID the
students through the ellorts ol the Gut of 'lovvn Group ol
the Sodallty Sister lereslna, acting as faculty adviser
Donald Delnrnger as prefect and Donald DIMGIO as Sec
retary Inspired sodallsts to greater uplrltlng ol splrut lor
those vvho fought lor our :deals by an Armistice Day
Program Red Cross actrvltnes the questlonalre hlled by
students the membershrp drrve through selling Red Cross
puns, the sale ol Chrrstmas and Easter seals were a part ol
therr campaign to bring America nearer to hearts ol youth
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St Jonn s Eucharistic Committee vvstn De ty Vfe l4er
as prelect and Joseph Go res ho :ng th dutles o
secretary and vvvth lster Wulhelmette as a vlsor
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As Its purpose rs to encourage more members ol the
Church to become daily Communucants percentages ol
Flrst Fruday communlcants was hgured also vsts t
the Blessed Sacraments
Qpen duscusslons on Mass and l-loly Communion vvnth
stress also on Benedlctlon and vusuts were Featured at
greater lo e lor the Ble sed Vnrgun Mary vvas IU
s ed he sodallsts tnroug ne efforts ot t am s
Sodal ty Car Lady s Committee Sister Dolora as advusor
ane Coughlun as prefect and Marvorae Schntter as sec
through a cooperatnve movement vvlth Ml hel Pxddls In
charge Selling ol rellglous articles vvas also successfully
campargned through theur etlorts
Thus committee furnished the crib lor the chapel at
Mary s Day through the Nlnsslons vvas their project
Jane Coughlln being chosen by the students to crown
D play ng h altar cloths a e Zoe Ann Johnston Georgina Ze men z Pyan Ray ond Neurere Joseph Snyder Donald CJ lbertson Russ l Haas C r
Lllah Gohres V g ma Stor y and Betty Hrlb I Nllchel Add s and Harold l-logan lcadys comm ttee sell g chu ch a tlcles are Dolo sAnthony R Chard W gh! Mlchel
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Members ol the ApostolIc Commrttee, the l-loly Cross
unIt, accomplIshed several Important undertalclngs The
pre sale, whIch was greeted wIth enthusIasm by the
students went towards the purchase ol plng pong tables
and new altar lrnens
A correspondence was held wth shut IHS, and the
sodallsts made scrap boolcs lor theIr entertaInment They
also collected old clothes and parnted old tors, dIstrIb
utmg them at Chrrstmas
Slster Adruda, adyIser ol the commlttee, Interested
the students In the Enthronement ol the Sacred l-leart
Austrn Wallrasper IS prefect and Dolores Konop secre
tary lor l'loly Cross parIsh
A group of m ss on a tIcles be ng d splayed by Be na d Sc bo sk Jerome SCI
borslr and S gmund Pa ela Lorra ne Banas lc and Elrzabeth l-legenbart prepare an
e hIbIt for Cathohc P ess month The p e sale starts off royally wrth Donald Schrnrdt
SIster Nl paullne dIrected l-loly lrnnltys CatholIc
Truth CommIttee In whIch l.orraIne Banasllc was elected
prelect and fVlarIan KreIbIch appoInted secretary l
thelr UDIfOVldl SOddlIfY meetlngs, studyIng Catholrc lIter
ature was the maIn ISSUZ belore the house
lo brIng the Importance ol CatholIc lIterature belore
Cathollcs was accomplIshed by dIstrIbutIng magazlnes
and pamphlets IH school and DUbllC places
Catholrc Press month was celebrated by several assem
bly sales tallcs on Cathollc magazlnes, and on pope DIUX XI
Defender ol the Cathohc press
SIster Lucy and Slster Loyola handled the actIyItIes ol
the Iunlor group
Patrca Baschet Mary Jane BIcha and Donald Ross n the foreground Dolores
Anthony and LIIah Goh es spread Cathol c truths
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How are all the books kept so orderly and In such
good condItIon In the IIbrary7 querIes the student 'Ihat
IS the work ol the LIbrary Club
Members ol the club are appomted by theIr dIrector
SIster Mary John to duty at the desk Ihe IIbrarIan ap
poInted must work one p2fIOd daIIy In checklng out
books and repIacIng them on the shelves
At a bI weekly meetrng Rosemary Anny was elected
presIdent and Betty Dockendorhf secretary treasurer
Twenty seven gIrIs garned membershIp IU the club
Many ol the exhIbIts Inspected so thoroughly by the
students were arranged by the LIbrary Club For Instance
who can Iorget the Book Week exhIbIt the Chnstmas
e hIbIt the BlbI6 exhlblt the CathoIIc press and VOCGIIOH
Week exhIbIt7 Famous CathoIIc wrlters such as Slster M
MODICG, Catherlne Burton and Vrolet CIIIton, and also
I-I Edward Knoblaugh have been correspondents ol the
ID proper order remember that thrs neatness IS due to the
Keep ng the Irbrary n good cond 1 on keeps La Verne Boehnle n Ruth Shedesky
and Maron Le Jeune busy Georga Ko sh and Pos mary Anny become ae
qua n ed th Ca holrc books h Ie so tngt em The I bra y at a moment when
Iubra y heloe s a 2 greatly app ecIa ed Ma y Lou se Do ney looks o er th
stud nts op n ons of Cathclrc magaz n A co ne of he n ature house hat
the L b a y Club e ect d sf n Boe Fences gh and Ma y Ellen
Anthony bu Id a house of books for Eook Week P es dem Pos mary Anny and
Secretary Ee ty Docke do H sur ey he b Ile: n board d ng Qoo Week
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l.ed by their peppy president, patrlcla Raper, the pep
Club had an unusually peppy year
lVlost joylal of the yearxs assemblies were the pep
assemblies For Instance, the one In whnch we cremated
Logan while Ed Koops oratedl And 'School Daysn when
John Skemp was dubbed by his teacher, 'lthe brrghtest
studentln A mixture ol music and boxing formed another
assembly leaturlng l'lelnle Joseph l:ormanel4, wth his
Band and has Boxers True to tradltlon mammoth Nlslce
Anderson defeated scrappy little lVlllce Addis Then the
Dionne Qulntuplets Bob Adrian, AI Ed, and Jlm while
Richard Crowley cayorted as master of ceremonies
Responslble for much ol the school splrlt at games
were the cheerleaders Dorothy Nledbalslcl Jayne Becker,
Mary Ann Paul Joseph l:unl4 and John l'lalaslca reached
new heights with 'lOO percent cooperation from the
The climax ol the year came at the Inter class games at
the end ol the baslcet ball season Rivalry between classes
was unstlgated by means ol posters tags banners balloons,
slogans and new yells lor each class led by three cheer
leaders ol their own
So three Rahs lor the pep Club the club with umphl
A Football Pep Assembly sho ng some of th despo led pl ye ll
st cle ody bac 5 o A 5 cup of the Peope sh h 5 fo b
slce h p o poste ma e School Days a sl: t 5 en the day Corte
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Io promote better speech is the arm ol the Speech
Club drrected by Sister IVI. Inez. Elections vvere held and
Iom Burns vvas elected president and Jean Galstad
By sponsornng varuous actlvltles the Club hopes to
dravv the attentron ol the student body tovvards the nec
essrty ol thelr objective Ihus they developed a schedule
superlor to that ol any Speech Club ID past years
Qn Qctober I4 the Club sponsored a dance lor
students vvrth school lever Ihe Revival ol Indian Sum
mer Co chairmen ol the dance were George Stuber and
,lean Galstad Extensive entertainment and multi colored
scenes Increased the popularity ol the atlarr
Another actlvlty sponsored by the Speech Club was
the Forensic Contest, held March 7, on the least of Salnt
Thomas Aqurnas The speeches were well hnnshed and
displayed many hours ol practice on the part ol the con
e vvrnners IU the three secttons vvere Dramatlc
Donald Ross, I'Iumor, Richard Crovvley and Qratory
Thomas McNamara The vvlnners ol each section were
presented vvlth a gold medal the donation ol the AQUIHGS
IVI y 14 marl4ed a hrst time event when the Speech
Club sponsored the Dramatic Festival Nine schools par
tlclpated each glvlng a one act play The vvlnnlng schools
vvere glven gold, srlver and bronze plaques respectively
Gold medals vvere also avvarded lor the best actang best
mlnor part and IIICZWISQ
I3ubIlc spealcung IS not an easy taslc but through com
blned ellorts the Speech Club has promoted better speech
Eve yn I-'Iuebn r glves a speech b fore the t nv class of Kenneth Cedry
Muchel Addws G orgua Konsh Mary Koch Co 1 Kaba Wal r Soller George
I-Ilclcey Robert Banasllc Ernest Dummer Margaret CNet Joseph KIII lea Robert
I-Iale Donald D Inlnge Nlary Cautsch James I-Iaclcner and Thomas lvlcblamara
a play given In assembly th parts wer ably port ayed by Joseph Marx
Joseph Waters Wrllram Bonadurer Thomas lVIc'NIamara Margaret Turnanlac Ruth
Krnsmer The pvech Class gives a moclr broadc st to pract ce dl on and del v
at d are Jeann Galstad Thomas BJ ns I a V rn d Y
Burns Edrth Wanner Marg erlt Wat rs Stand ng In It st row EI anore Slcemp
Dolo e Grlffod Ir ne Kranc Katherrn Wagn r Posemary Boschet E lyn W rgel
at ernne Becker L o Tzlra Margar t S Ilo Dorothy Mu zz Las row August
Ernesle John u nn I-Iarold I-Iogan Alb r S Poy Smu ney
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dunes to Austrn Wallrasper, John Schubert, Mary Ellen Howard,
Pobert llunnlngan Margaret Strlp lna Verne Edell, Edward Seubert and
auslng on he s arrs before actron during ll Povere 0 are Edy e
' ae Gral 'X 1 alle l-lemtz Corrrne Kabat and La Verne Boehnlern
Armed ams po mary Boschert Nancy Jeanne Tuomey Jean
n e ucey Beverly Dohlby Mary Jane Zermentz
nne G rvey ayvart the arrrval
l-larold lambols rs seated b fore he money tal' whale alert ushers stand
atatten on Leone lrkal ,Walter oller Wally Becker Corrrne Kabat
Stuart La lmtr Doro hy M tze ce Burns Geraldine Kessel
Aquinas usher club under the able drrectron ol Sister
M Maurrlra had one ol the most actvve years since rts
rnsertron into the social lrle ol the school lhe ushers and
usherettes drd a very hne rob rn handlrng the crowds at
the press convention held at Aquinas last lall and also the
leaehers Convention during the course ol the year
Gregory lfgan was e eeted presldent ol the club Mrehel
ch l Ad rs and Co me Prerce revuevv wearer ofthe gay blue and
gold badga Paymond atz Betty Doclcendfifff Norbert Donskey James
Oprtg, Marlon Le .feune Penne Runner Jeanne Galstad Mary
Aodls, secretary and Margaret Strlp treasurer During the
varrous plays held IU the audltorlum the audrence paid
many a lavorable comment to tho boys and gurls vvho
drreeted the trathc Besides keeping things under control
the members themselves garned a great deal ol valuable
experrenee rn meetrng people which vvll prove ol
va Je later
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Dlay James padrslry Fdward CJ t ans W llvam D oral: Hob Padeslcy Dlclr Dadesvy
Coach Nlorla ty Farhrr l-lammrs Aaron l-lu mann Wally Becker Pobfrv l-lackner
Nlwchsl Addis and l-larry laas cmb rs ol h A Clu lsplay rhelr new
w alrs an I tv S Flon! Row l-lvrman Hu bm Thomas McNamara A lan
Yeager Qzeorg l-lnclfvy Qlcha d Woodrulf Second Row Earl Kaullman Cal Bock
Tommy Burns Wulllam l-loslclns Howard Plool Third Row John Shuda Jack M lde
Wencvl S anek Clyd Ernnkrnan Wal mam Elssen Fourih Row Harold Hogan Pwcha d
Padesby Reber' Padrslfy Wnllram D oral l-la ry Faas Flflh Row Edvya d Grtrens
t e club forms an 'Xl and S
An old Aquinas organlzatlon Nhnch was reorganized
durang the last school year was the A Club, under the
dlrectlon ol Coach Moriarty Under his guldance new
constrtutnon was drawn up declaring that the purpose o
the club was to promote good fellowship among those
In lJICUdlS In this school .fy oh ve QC :eyed the Custom ry
sym ol ol thletnc achreyement
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IFIDUILIIIES D F TIQIEBS
Addrs Aaron Hu mann J rome Cycmanxck Nlrmbers ofthe cast In an Informal
rnomen wmpresarxo Bll Hoskrns Harold Wood ull l-larry Faas and Pobert l-laclrn r
lumbllnu lnlre rubb r balls across Ins stage w Jeorge l-luclcey Prchard Wood
rulf Cal ock Wllllam lssen xllrn Verrh: n flyd Brlnlrman John Shuda
Jack Melde Harold l-loqan Shnrlry Templ allas Tom McNamara Banqlng
gracefully In unnson a e the chorus q ls Wlll am Dvorak Aaron Husrnann Edwa d
GI ens Mrchel Addls No man Mel the chor man Walter Becker Jerome Cyc
manrclc James l-lacxne Howard Birnbaum h A Club lorms an A whll
srngrng our school Sona h Padeslry tw: s wo little mavds from sc ool
oo r wth James Padesvy and mast r ol cerrmor s Norman Nle r For a lnal
Jtre Dam s Vctory March
meetings was basketball games among the members Qnce
a month the club has a lunch at the rneetlng
The presldent ol the club rs Xfally Becker, assrsted an
has duties by vice president Bob Banasllc secretary Adnan
Yeager, and Al Soller treasurer
many ol the athletic ever S ol the year the
mem ers fyere Jshers lhey assls ef' t am s nd of the
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Students Interested ID play productIon form the Dra
matIc Club It IS a SOCl2tY to whIch members are chosen by
InvItatIon and IS one ol the most restrIcted groups at
lhe Dramatlc Club opened ItS actIvItIes by puttIng on
the exclusIve Blg Apple party At thIs SOIFZZ they lorgot
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Frohclcnng qayly In masque ade at a B q Apple party we e Flrslrow
Thomas Slmones RIchard RossIter Perry Ande son R chard Crowley Frances
Egan C egory Egan Second row Harold Wood utf Edward Groux
Mary Ellen Kelly Je-:nn I-lollcky Ruth KrIsmer Wally Eecke Maran
Knsmer Betty Sweet Jeanne Garvey John Rossxter Norman MeI Third
row Robert I-Iaclcner Eleanore Slcemp Nancy Jeanne Tuomey Ina Ve ne
Edell Ma y Jane Jankowskl Mary Ann Paul Thomas McNamara
dIgnIty as they BIg Appled ID masquerade under l3resIdent
John D RossIter and Secretary Norman lVIeIr s dIrectIon
In lormer years members were admitted after trylng out IU
competitive actlng but are now admitted alter they have
s Own they have talent by appearlng ID SO e
Qpemng the FOVZDSIC season at Arcadla thIs year t assembly debate between the two varsIty teams,
negatlve lost to ArcadIa s aIIIrmatIve, b t In a ret the negatIve was declared wInner by a student vote, also
engagement toolt AFCddId over the hIlI 3 O lhe AI'IIrm ID the annual Convent debate
atIve then traveled to Sparta and next to lomah to argue We Iound somethIng new In an InvItatIon to attend a
I non ecIsIon dI CUSSIODS wIth b th I t SIX school tournament at Stevens pOII'It and Qshkosh and
schools placed thIrd
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Father P Itzl debate coach explalns I g the wmnpd
po nts In debatIng to h 5 teams Joseph Idmqf rns J'
Ruth Frlsch Robe t HaE1zner Jdhn Rossnter RIchard ow
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ever generous ever actwe your whzte foot restmg on thas earth tells
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THE MARRIAGE OF SAINIT FRANCIS
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Watchrng lor the announcement of the La n Dlsplaylng the name ol the Latin Club are Lor e Cllcers f the Club P esldent Rob r
meeting are Quentin Sweeney Rosemary Anny ralne Gautsch William Welsch Carl Bock Rrchard Padeslry Cecre ary Pose Devine and Treasar r
Betty Slremo Stuart Latimer Marian Krlsmer a d padeslcy Paul Funley and Adelle Neururer Norma Pender
Age quod Agls Whatever you do do we the members ol this Latin class delved unto tne secrets ol
This strllclng Latrn phrase adopted by the members ol the GVWCIZVW ROVUGOS
Pt tne hrst general meeting, which was held rn the
l-'OSUGQ TVOGSUVY Ol the l-GUN LGOSUGQQ lOO5l fYD'l'2S th? latter part ol September, OHICZVS vvere chosen Those vvho
Worlf f3CCOmOl'SlW2d 'VW th? SUJOY Ol the Old ROVUGO l1Om2S vvere elected to serve as Ol'llC2fS were Robert Padeslcy
and CU5lOm5 president Rose Devine, secretary and Norma Pender
Under the general direction ol Sister M lereslna treasurer
The Officers get their prctures taken Top Catherrne Becker Anqelrne Berto Marv Jane
Baldwun Norbert Donslzey Dorothy Meyers Rob t Punnungan standing John Schubet
Mary Funke Mary Alice Mast Pat Anderson Pe ry Anderson Sealed George Srubzr
Edward Guroux Robert Lund Omcers George Haberman Mary Jane Jankowskn Fritz
Funk Advisor Fa her Andrel
The photography Club under the dlrectlon
ol Father Andrel started rts second year at
Aquinas ID a well organized manner Frederick
Funlc was voted president Wrtlw Mary Jane Jan
lcovvslcn as secretary and George Haberman as
treasurer The club had prolessronal photog
raphers to address It and at their Interesting
meetings discussed cevelopment and snapping of
pictures, unusual angles, lrghtrng and otner tech
nlcal terms A movie was shovvn and plans made
lor a great many actlvltles next ,fear
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Evdngelnne Daniel Boone Uncas Kd n rune Tfkawx Pm A mv All gm W Me How r Crndervlha Sam: Paui Don Bosco and F' S boys Dawn'
and Ednrh Man Wnrhout a Country Mark Anrhorvv Ancwm Manner FMC S Of ASS 5
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Sprechen Sue Deutch7 Strangers would have won
dered rl Aoulnas had suddenly gone leutonlc ll they had
seen and heard Aqurnas stuoents on the stage In th
lhe purpose this year ol the club rs greater elllcrency
rn the practical use ol German and the promotron ol
Interest ID German customs and culture A very successlul
lorelgn correspondence was carrred on by some twenty
Laurrnda and oFhcers are John Slqemp president Maru
Bayer, secretary, and Lucille Bumlord treasurer
The German Club ollrcers treasurer Lucrlle Bumlord presndent John Slwmo and
secretary Martan Bayer study the Phlne Pryer Secretary Frances Egan oresldent
Mary McGarty and treasurer Howard Ploof oHncers of the French Club read Pans
papers Joseph Plesche Harold Arentz Marlon Krelblch Euntce Donslcey
Bernice Wlggert Katherine Dayton and Robert Flynn study German castles Read
Ing letters from French lrlends and cornposlng answers keep these gurls Fluent In
French Frances Dugan El nor Papenfuss Mary Mast Edythe Graf Fllen Brown
MK DIDIEID N ILAXN 'E 'UA MES
Wit International leel ng at an all time hugh since the
last World War the En Avant French club directed by
er M paulrne rs trying to partra y lose the tens:
and promote gooo Wrll among lorergn nations by their
correspondence Wrth students ot other nations
esldes thus the members have made an extenslye
stuoy ol France, especrally paris lhe customs and habits
ol the French people were tolo ol rn reports gryen by
lhcers ol club are Mary McGarty presrdent Frances
n secretary and l-loyvard plool treasurer
Nar one l-lorst Mary Jankowslcr Betty Bernatz Margaret Kelly Herman Lucl :lt
Vrrglnra Besl Patrrcla Bread l Joseph Rudolph Shrrely Dayton Marne Arlr and
Caro rne Arlt study German authors Edwa d l-lengel Mary McGarty George
Thlele Colleen Colgan Eileen ONeull Irene Marcotte Jeanne Wlnq Betty
l-'lllbert Mary Walsh Jeanne lnlollclcy John Beyer Camrlle Farley and Eugen
Bruha examrne French posters
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lfll im extraordinary Swnwv appropriiw ciit :mmf Assisl and dttractec unusual Corrnents lnecene everyfvlwzre
ann pleasing script, l'll Dovarelloll was presentzi by tn? people ar? pralslng St Francis' soclfal plen
lietlons ez Aquinas lr was 5 story ol fi lrgncue Qi
Mnadorw 'T mn, and Hr' ok: Vvmr J BMSCHWU Francs hr Troubador f Crouvlry A aylo F kvr'-5 M Hqq ns M Dvsmon Sam! Francs an
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rx a zsky N uomffy J M Kelly E M Qref V4 Sw 1: wmv rw or vmp 0 Koop F vn anfs Ped? ky XX! Dao ak
padeskyl Flow r fvn of Oro Nw fs! aw rv nz an 0 70, a and mms d H mv KP
anus va P Fndfrsom Y awey an anus F f Q Q amp P .1 Aakeup by Lark n and Ldv m Smv c J
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Reporters Norma Pender and Ruth Krismer raternize with typists Ruth Jehlen
Marcia l-letznecker and Clara Kampschroer John D Possiter editor ofthe News
for the hrst semester gets a scoop The reporters busy turning out next weeks
News are Mariorie Schiffer Jane Mary Duffy Lorrayne Andre Richard Rossiter
Betty Skemp Mary Ellen Kelly CEdrtor of News for second semesterb Jack Scholler
and Edward Giroux Before collecting the bills we Find Jerome Blaschke De Ette
mailing staff are Lucille Bumford Mary Ellen l-loward Mary Crowley and Mary
McGarty Keeping the Files in shape is an interesting rob for Jeanne l-lolicky
Dorothy Kihm Connie Pierce and Geraldine Kessel The clippnng crew has Fin
Since the hrst Aquinas News rolled ott the press on
Qctober Q 1931 the school paper has constantly climbed
higher and clearer ol usual paper editing dIl'llCUltIZS
The statl oi 'IQ37 38 News was headed by John D
Rossiter who also acted as Business Manager A new
method of paper supervision was undertaken For the last
three editions, Mary Ellen Kelly was elected editor in
shed a complete record of Aquinas publicity Margaret ONerl Lilah Gohres
Dolores Anthony and Mary Pita Gorman A difficult rob writing headlines was
cheerfully pursued by Gregory Egan and l-larold Woodrutf Patterning our sports
page after the New York Times Tommy Burns and James l-lackner wrote thrilling
accounts of thrilling games Watching the movements of world affairs editorialrsts
Eleanore Skemp Margaret Stilp and Edythe Mae Graf keep up with the times
theme of the year St Francis of Assisi is examined by reporters Norma Pender
Nancy Jeanne Tuomey and Ruth Krismer
chief to continue the same work into the second semester
ol the next year While the last issues were in we making
John Rossiter insured the Financial side under the title of
The statt is to be thanked For its cooperation with the
editors and with the faculty in making the Aquinas News
an all American publication
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Moriarrty, Wally Becker and Robert Hackner comparing assignments .... On the Lucille Bumford, exchange editor worked diligently and well, . . . An exhibit of the
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unusual lqyouts emor eontor Betty oclfencorll m
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wt l, Calemczrus, Eoyfre f!l,, Grel lzflz.-fs Slstw Ne -X Jem te log-'gy 5, ng gg 1 pi, il Norma Di C,
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Secretary treasurer Bernice Burns plans actuvntles with President Robert Kessler
Marcua Hetznecker Clara Kampschroer Ruth Jehlen and Bermce Burns loolc l
a murneographed sheet Insert The Capt uns ol the Hurdle teams compare scores
Ruth Jehlen Jane Coughlln Kathleen Mangner Examples ol the Busrness Club s
dexterity wuth typewruters are these drawings Front row Marne Hafner Mary Alnce
Crue ol Aquunas newer clubs ns the Buslness Club
It was organized by Sister M Fortuna on Qctober 'IS
when ut held Its lnltnal meeting, at vvhlch OHICCFS were
elected The president ol the club IS Robert Kessler, as
snsted by Bernice Burns, secretary treasurer These OHICQVS,
together wtth the rest ol the members have set a standard
which will be hard lor succeeding clubs to dup
The l'lurdle contests test the slclll ol the members IH
typing For speed and accuracy The vvlnnnng team during
the hrst semester Included Ruth Jehlen, captain Marcia
l-letzneclcer, Bermce Burns, and Ruth Krlsmer
Mast Mary Crowley Second row Eileen Wuensch lrene Roralf Ruth Krlsmer
The Club In action the mlmeographers are Ferdinand Rutter and Robert Kessler
Jeanne Galstad Bernlce Burns Marcna l-letzneclcer Third row Clara Kampschroer
Ruth Krlsmer Kathleen Mangner
Service us the lqeynote ol the club One ol the prime
requlsltes ol each member ns the desnre to be of servtce
During the past year the Busnness Club has mlmeo
graphed over WOOOO bulletlns notuces and programs
The programs lor two plays ll poverello and l'lanseI
and Gretel have been turned out while the many
hundreds ol retreat bulletlns and boxnng programs were
hnlshed by them also Ruth Jehlen, Clara Kampschroer,
and Kathleen Mangner have assisted the publtcatlons as
statl typlsts The Business Club has hlled a vacancy ID
Aquinas extra currlcular actlvltles, and an doing so has
rendered almost untold service
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the experrment are First row Edward Glroux Marguerite Dugan Wallace Stn tmater
Elleen Wuensch Second row Warren Burke Joyce Bantle Marian Krlsmer Robert
Welssenberger lrvln l-loch Standlng James Schaeffer Albert Roesler Robert Kloety
Donald Larson Nlarlan Krleblch and Betty Zernecke Partlcupatlng rn a speed test
Seated next to board Vlvuan l-levntz John Pltz Mary Jane Conklin Jean Tanke
The student with a dlrect or an lndrrect knowledge ol
the sciences ovvns the rudlments ol llleglvlng information
Aqulnas students, serious mrnded at the most revel chlelly
rn the various phrases ol physiology which undertakes a
study ol cell structure, organrsms, and bodily mecnanrsm
n the larllung helq ol dl :cu but enthralling physics
vvrth nts dehnltnons and theories ol equrlrbrlum gravuty
p ane rncllnatlon density a G the atmospheres, but
Aquinas students qlscover the greatest delight I Chem
s for alter all Chemustry IS the most romantrc ol al
sclences ID its laboratories the student IS lree to dream
and t the same trrre to make hrs mind stronger better
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Janwce Brown Nlvddle row Thomas Nlcl-lenry 'Vlary Ann Urban Thomas Pretaskv
Front row James Runnvngan Jerome Joseph The Art class hnlshes up tlwrr fvork
lor rl-me day Standwng Earl Kauffman Carl Bock Thomas Qprtz Seated Catherrne
Becker Ruth Krlsmer Rrta Rudolph Edward Seubert and Richard Wright e
Phys cs class studues up on wenghts and measures Standung Genevneve Flemrng
Berto Richard Wlggerr Robert l-llnsburqer Ru h Jehlvn and Aaron Husmann
and greater Art and mathematncs are sisters to scnence, but or
acceptable to Interested students because ol that leelrn
ol creatron that IS a part ol art mst as vlevvung the lnesl'
with an exhllnaratlng aspect IS part ol the creation con'
Mathematics necessitates a bnlllancy ol mind and
adept abrllty ol concentration
Mathematrcal brarns are Few bat many ol the ev-
ha e felt themselves nourxsheo IF the algebra geomet y
anc trag c asses at Aquinas
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I2 Stouvenel J Wolle J Scholler Fr Prnron W Welch Flheep
R Wuensch D Dolezel Junior Drum Manor J Asfoor Second
Ro C Becker G Flemrng S Crargo M Hafner M Greene
C Nagle L Banasllm M Houllhan C Stephan D Rathburn Third
tepprng hugh wade and handsome
their bright new blue and gold unllorms, the
qurnas Band directed by the Rev John
prnmon, made an appearance equal to therr
erlormance Through the cooperation ol the
Aquinas Guuld the uniforms were bought wrth
a serres ol entertainments The band also spon
Row M Korlsh l. Albel M Kelly E Olxflelll M Nordengren
B Zerneclze B Behr V Hass B Roesler F Novacek T Hendricks
Top Row E Allen J Formanek W Semsch B Brrnbaum A Wall
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sored a caleterla lunch ID the gym and paraded
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Song IS the oldest emotIonal abIlIty ol man Undoubt
e y early In hIs lIle Adam sang a song ol thanks to hIs
Maker through the ages man lookIng lor somethIng more
satIslyIng than mere vvords lound hIs aesrre In sono lor
only ID song could he leel a satIatIng pulse and thus the
MusIc Department at AquInas
horal actIvItIes have developed to amazIng propor
IIOUS ID recent years Now hve classes oller opportunItIes
to begInnIng and advanced VOCdlIStS
The laIry opera lclansel and Gretel by l-lumperdrnck
culmrnated the year s musIc dCIlVlfl6S
T e InItIal performance ol the GIrls Glee Club at
the ScholastIc press Conference Introduced the lovely
Ave Mana ol Gounod and Ve Watchers and Ve
ThIs vvIllIng and most able group provIded musIc lor
the monthly meetlngs ol St FrancIs l"lOSDIfdlS alumnae
assocIatIon and lor entertaInments at several meetIngs ol
the BusIness Club ol the La Crosse VocatIonal School
NIE IE lL VIDII CIES
For the MUSIC Week program An lrIsh l.ove Song
Dance a Cuchucha a d alm as the lNlIght by Bohm
vvere compositions leatured by thIs chorus
Tvvo JunIor Irls Glee Clubs under the dIrectIon ol
Ister M Joella are mforkrng vvIth a hnal posItIon In the
SenIor Glee Club In chorus durIng the year vvere VOICES
ol the Morn by ChallIvor Q Sole MIG Amoroso
by Boex, and AprIl Song by lclarelson
The mIxed chorus clImaxed a busy year by provIdIng
the choral background lor Everyman BesIdes Gregonan
chant melodIes, the pIlgrIms Chorus by Wagner and
Gounod s realIzatIon ol Unlold ye portals vvere sung
GraduatIon musIc Included The CantIcle ol the Sun
by Breu and Frauck s renowned DGDIS AngelIcus
The Boys Glee Club SIDQ lour part arrangements ol
Who s That A Callmg and a group ol negro SDIVIIUGIS
The Choral groups have advanced and vvIll contInue
to advance as somethrng AQUlDdS could not easlly do
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FIRST ROW Jean Tulloch Luella I-larnes Margaret Jagad nsk Jean I-lol cky Jana
Coughl n Carol Nagle Dolo es GrIHo d Florence Skemp Marge y Desmond Anne
B Ieske Mary Jane Conkl n
SECOND ROW Ma Ian I-lall M ldr d Cermak Jeanne I2 ley Qose D ne Erma
Th mm sch Mare Kelly Cla a Kampschroe Jean Purdy Mary I-lengel Kath yn
Wagner Luc lle Peck
THIRD ROW Mary Ann Muetze Lorrayne And e Mar lyn Taylo V rgtnla N lson
Ma ga et Reget Ge t ude St oeh Patr c a Glttens Do othy Serle Lorrayne Banask
patrlcla Paper Ma y lane Bladw n
FOURTH ROW Angel ne Berto Grace Besnouz Elle McGarty Ma y Gautsch
B tty Sweet Joyce Bantle Beat Ice Kohslad Betty Wecker Do othy Kaul Ruth PItz
FIFTH ROW Jane Mary Duffy L ll an Pretasky El zabeth I-legenbart Co rIne Kabot
Vlrglna LaMont Norma Pender Sally Moran Marlo e Schlffer Rosemary Bro n
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FIRST ROW lheresa Perrchr Marre fxrlt Caroline fwlt Be mc Papar:
Jane Wanner Vrrgrnra l-laas Ellen Dowling Lorralne Peryrslcy Margaret
Tumanlac Marne Dahm Marqaret Roellrch
SECOND ROW Gretchen Mrllrr Rrra Rudolph Ulo ra laaryrq Marr
Swartz Puth Kr: mer Betty Docltrndorh' Vyran Lachrrran R tty H lb
Esther Prtz Mildred Nordvngrvn
THIRD ROW Dorothy Pathburn Marqarer Lynch Fern Dusso Elrnor Papen
fuss Vallery Draller Constance Koch Me cedes Bal er Aqnes Potarache
FIRST ROW Alice l-lrclcey Patrlcra Brerdel Beatrrce Nordenqren Mary
Ann Urban rlonora lynch Marqaret Kolb lran Crna ,losvohrnv Woodg
Arleen Naqlr la Vernv Yvaqrr Dorothy Fuchs
SE OND ROW Eumcf D nslfy Ethal Zn-flrnskr Marran E 3 Vrrqrnr
McCann Dorothy Stanvlc Dorothy l-lengvl Pos rnarre Bowman Hernrc
Wrggert Vlyran Herntz Georgina Zerrnentz l-lelen Zelmentz
Exe yn Weigel Natalie Hem 1
FOURTH ROW Ruta Smlth Dorothy Muvtze Myrtle Green Lorraine LeBron
Pazy Kleteclca Mary Ann Stvllpflug Mary Ellen l"loward Marlv Qerfien
Marr Addis Betty Zerneclw
FIFTH ROW fxlors Poesler Fryrn I-loch Bernard Blrrrbaum B rnarcl Carroll
John Schubert Robert Werssenb rqvr Jerome Cycmanrcla Harold Kessel
Poberr Qunnrrrgen l9aulF1nley
THIRD ROW Marjorie Horst l-lelen Potaraclcv Mary Lourse Downey
Mary Fllvn Brennan Frances rrqalls Ruth Ann Low-fll Dorothy Zarrrvr
Shrrl y Crarqo Hvrty Younq
FOURTH ROW 'Vlrldrvd Kottrrrer Anna Maw Putter Nancy Hyde- Jarrrc
W b r lrreda Kenclhamrner Halen Jagodzlnslcr Betty Conway Pxrlerfrr
Werqel Ruth Blcha Marlan Shlmshak Marcella Cleary
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BUYS AN ID EIIIIQILS
FIRST ROW Joy Ncfoy FrancvsDuQar1 Qurh Qunnn Alum? Colhns
lrvrw Offs lnskx lanch Hvr zfvldf J an Tankv Dorothy S own
SECOND ROW Ma y Pos Fay Mad Inv Markos Vary Ellvn
rophy Vnrqunua Warchak Lorrannv bds! rrvwmr Barry N vdbargkr
Patrrcv Volk Dorothy K s 4
RD ROW Posvmarrv Srasser 5 Kvssel Bvtly Wrltrnger
Mary McGaughay Mary Prra Gorman Irena Marcorv Adel
Nvururzr Bvyerly Whrrp
FOURTH ROW Vrrqrnua Hurzvnbuhlvr Dorrs Wovlkr Marxan
tackowrtz Wren Goqqm Posvmary Baker harottv Prvrcv
Gyn: Dondvlmqvr Kathyrn Knutson
JIIJNIIDIIQ EILIEIE CILIUI S
FIRST ROW Paymondrf yvn Pobvr Amundson Jov Taka! Wdharv
Dwyvr Josvph Warvrs Quantum Swvrrwy Gvorqv Rvttrn J rrr
SECOND ROW Charlvs On Donald Uhlvr Wrrham Amunds rr
Warren Burke James fwbltz Donald Wsvrvcka Grvgory Hahn
THIRD ROW Pobvrr Wacker Robvrt Krvuz Thomas Wrrqh
Wallace Strrttmatter Lawrvncv Alhand Thomas Prelasky Edward
Ryan Lvfand Benn
FOURTH ROW W Hlam Burrford John Srmonvs Warrvn Bo 2
John Possum RobvrrQur1nlnq?n John Wall? Jos ph Var
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FIRST VIOLINS Jane Becker Rnchard WIggert Dorothy SeIler Florence Strasser
fXlIce OsweIler Joseph Snyder
SECOND VIOLINS Beverly Dohlby Phylhs Janlcowslu Me yrn Konsh Donald
Uhler John Slcemp Lorralne LeBrun
VIOLAS Betty Sweet Ruth Wsetecka Ruth Qulnn Teresa Penchl MarrIanne Bayer
CELLOS Mary Ann Paul Eleanore Skemp Bernlce Bahr Lorrame Andre Marguerute
Youth has been vvantonly lascInated by an orchestra
tIon ol some DGIVZ melody a chorus ol vIolIns has carrIed
mIllIons ol hearts Into helds where angels Wall4 the care
free Flute has charmed away all that mlght cause care, the
exotIc cello SIUQS and hearts srng wIth It Why? Because
the orchestra has a power ol InspIratIon Invested In
creatIon, advancement and beauty Nothlng else on
earth has thIs power to such a lavIsh extent
The AQUIDGS orchestra has been butlt Into somethIng
the school mIght well be proud of It has cllmbed to
the heIght ol InterpretIng the l'lungarIan Dances FIve and
SIX and has practlsed to perlectIon the Symphome lVlIn
Iature No Q ID D fVlInor by l-larold Johnson
lhls years orchestral curnculum Included these lol
Dugan Verona Goetznnger
STANDING Outh lo RI9l'l0 PIANO Betty Doclcendorf DRUMS Jack SullIvan
FLUTE Barnard Blrnbaum CLARINETS Austrn WallIasper NlarIan Brown
SECOND CLARINETS Joseph Formanek Betty McCauley Betty Zernecke
TRUMPET Howard Blrnbaum FRENCH HORN VIrgtnIa Haas TROMBONE
Jack Scholler BASSES Dolores Anthony Marzan Hall
lowmg numbers as Well as those above Song of lndIa
by N RIFT'lSl4Y Korsalcotl, Dance by Smetana, CavatIna
by Carl Bohm ln The lVlIll by Glllet lntermezzo by
BlZ2f, Melodle by Frrml BohemIan Dance by Engel
man, Danse Mauresque by Berge
The entlre orchestra played lor several school assem
blIes, most outstandIng ol vvhIch was the St Cecllta
program on November QQ MUSIC for Il poverello was
lurmshed by the orchestra and Included the lamous
lntermezzo by BIZ6t
Under the dIrectIon of Slster Nl Dolorette thIs most
Important sectlon ol the musIc department has Formed a
greater lIlcIng lor muslc durIng the past school year
I. .. .. MUIJSIIIQ 'Ulf IIINSIDIIIDAUIIIIDIX
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Alter reglstratlon ID the press room the delegates to the
'IQ37 press Conference at Aquinas attended l-loly Mass In the
St Rose Convent The attendance revealed almost hve hundred
vvhrch lar more than doubled the hrst convention held here
principal speal4ers Included the Reverend Francns Lelgulte
S J ol the Queen s Work Reverend V1rgllMlchel Q S B
vvho campaigns For a stronger Catholic Soclal Qrder Sister
M Anastasia, 0 S l: ol l.lttle Falls Minnesota and Dean
.l l. Q Sullivan vvlth a group ol journalists from Marquette
Fathers Michel and l.eBuhfe spolce at the general sessions
vvhlle Dean Qgulllvan discussed journalistic problems vvlth
stall members ol various publucatlons The Apostolate Mission
ol the l'llgh School press was Father Michel s subject vvhlle
Father l.eBuFle showed the necessity ol a strong press to give
humanity the right l4xnd ol literature and proved hrs statement
Today labor and toll tomorrovv rest and reward
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a if er and W1 1 rn Humford consult Father ftrgul between 'ectures
A tu ent snaps the Marquette student speakers
"6 IEVIEIDYM AN 9"
Good Fellowshup CP Crowleyb gnves Everyman CJ Zerneclreb hns nad:
Death CE Koopsb haunts Everyman
The haooy wedding party QF Egan J Bonadurer P Kukolslcy P Wood
ruff M Nordengrenj
Knowledge Cl? Pauli and Beauty CK Burns
Strength CD Rossi Fwe Wnts CM L Keoughj Good Deeds CA Crowley?
and Dnscretuon CA Sollerj
Klndred CM Maloneyb and Cousin fT McNamaraj
AngelsCJ Holucky D Kaul P Putz L Banasulc E Hegenbart M Gautsch
N Pender A Berto M A Muetze M Reget L l-larnes C Nagel
K Wagner P Raperj
Confession CE Bartlj and the acolytes CD Schmidt J Punnungan B
Riches CT Qunnnl and slave R Sexauerj
Funeral processlon CM J Baldwnn W Dwyer W Welch L Berzns
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Clearrng away after the luncheon are Dorothy l-lengel Anna Mae Putter and Elaine
Catherlne Wagner Marie Hafner Shlrley Melcher Ellen Dowling Ruta Quinn
Florence Monsoor Dorothy l-lengel erect thelr stalls
Luculle Wakeen Marran Krenbnch and Ruth Ouunn wonder at thenr sales were good
Alrce Oswerller and Dorothy Zanter relolclng that no beans are left
Gathered around the stands are Florence Monsoor Betty McCauley Catherune
Under the leadership ol Kathern Wagner as president
Catherrne Stephan treasurer, and lrene Rorall, secretary
the l-lome Economics Club has progressed for the past
Foremost among nts actlvltles was the lhanltsgrvrng
luncheon given to beneht the musslons Ar that time the
entire student body thronged the gym to buy and eat the
l IUSY IHANI S
Stephan Florence Strasser Bette Keegan Coach Moriarty Jeanne Garvey Vrrgrnua
l-lutzenbuhler Evelyn Weigel lrene Roralf Eleanor Lucey Marlon l.eJunne George
Schneeberger Dorothy l-lengel Ellen McGarty Adella Olclenberg Jerome Blaschke
and Walter Becker
Catherine Stephan and Florence Strasser examlnunq the work of Bernadrne Beyerl
Helen Roratt Alrce Osweuler Betty Nnedbalslu and l-lonora Lynch are cutting out
therr Fnrst garment
Mary Wakeen and Vrvuan Sybelden pun the hem In Geraldine Kessel s smock
delicious dishes Booths were decorated by the various
vendors and by vote a rose covered booth won greatest
The sewing completed by members ol the club ID
cluded a leyv beautllul lormals, a number ol serviceable
smoclcs and Wash dresses, and many pieces ol clothrng
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Aaron Husrnann Harold WoodruH Thomas McNamara Ccaptalnj James Haclcne Harry Faas Edward Banasulc Harold Kessel Bernard Sclbo ski Howard Ploof
Robert l-loeschler Robert l-'laclcne James Doclcendorll W If d V
Although the clnder season ended with no wins and
records were brolcen
Who were the best? This was answered IH the unter
class meet and the Junuor class was proven the winner
Howie plool a freshman, proved has worth and lound
hnmsell a place on the hrst squad
The lollowlng meet with Campuon the Aqunnas men
were the guests ol the Academy boys and also were the
losers to the tune ol 36 to 90 ln thus encounter two
all tlme school records were brolcen by lorn McNamara,
lor the TOO yard dash was reduced from 102 to lOl
seconds and the QQO yard dash from Q3 to QQ 7
Cn May ll, Aquinas lost to the South side public
1 re ertheln Jerome Sclborslr
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l-llgh School Although Aquinas was strong IN dashes,
During the lollowlng weelc, Wlsconsnn Rapids played
the part ol both the host and wnnner l-'laclcner brolce the
broad jump record ol QO Ft 55 uns
Aquinas lost to Logans cnnder loclcers by one point,
55 to 56 l'lacl4ner leatured by wrnnrng two dashes and
the broad jump
The natlonal traclc and held meet at Notre Dame
lndlana loundthesextetolhxfoodrull Husmann l'laclcner,
l'loeschler 5anny and McNamara IO tenth place For
natlonal competition Aquinas lost the 880 yard relay
run by one tenth Ol a second
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at AQUIDGS, It can certainly lay claim to the honor of being the most unusual season
In the history of the school
4' When the final Inventory was talcen at the end of the year, the record showed
that out of eight games played Aquinas vvon one, tied three, and lost four more
BOB The unusualness of the season lles I0 the fact that the games that we were expected
Rlsmhd to Wm we dad no more than tue or suffer a defeat from our opponents ln the flnal
game of the year IU vvhlch all but a very few expected a defeat, we won from a
strong Mllvvaulcee team 'l4 O
The varsity show off their new coats Flashy stuff eh7 But the boys were just laying lor hlm followed up by Ed Banasrk Could those disgusted
really not backward A pass nn the Central game which lncldentally Ctlredl expressions on the faces of assistant coach John Fay and head
was completed Here he comes around the end Smear hum yells coach George Moriarty be attnbuted to the lac! that they couldnt go
the crowd and he IS smeared Note the quarterback Tom McNamara to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs7
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The season started out ol town at Dubuque, on Sunday Sept l7 with Columbia
academy lhe game proved to be a predlctlon lor the coming season It was so
evenly waged that It ended ID a nothlng to nothing tue
Closely lollowlng our scoreless tle with Columbia on Friday of the same week
was a night game and was won by Logan on their own held Q6 O
Campion was our next stumbling block playing on the Teachers College held
vve lost a close contest 7 O This game was very close not In score alone, but IU the
many times In wh1chAqulnas came within threatening the Campion goal posts
FRONTROW P Woodruff J Rorah' W Vertheln J Larson B Carroll R Lund
J McGovern G Hackey M Fntzpatruck L Groth SECOND ROW J Padesky
Assxstant Manager W Stanek W Brssen R Padesky P Padesky A Yeager E
Kaufman C Bock C Brlnkman B Scuborsku H Huebner T Burns manager
THIRD ROW Coach G Moriarty R Stuvenal T McNamara H Birnbaum T
Sumones P Banaslk J Hackner Ccaptam J Cycmanlck E Banasnk J Melde
H Ploof Rev J Prltzl Faculty Manager LAST ROW F Funk W Dvorak P
Hackner W Becker H Faas M Addis E Guttens A Husmann H Hogan
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came a crushing defeat at the hands of our Northside opponents, Logan. The game
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Mnx a nlght game and about a mllllon gallons of water and you have the settlng
for the McDonell game which was played at Chlppewa Falls, and whlch by the
way, was won by Chippewa pardon me McDonell 13 7
Next nn lnne came Edgewood of Madnson, whnch was also played un a very nrce
mlserable raln at Madlson The Goldclads got off to a beautlful start ID thus game
by scoring a touchdown In thus furst enght minutes of play ln the third quarter, a lad
named Ken Vllctor evened up matters for Edgewood by scoring from the one foot
lane Score 6 6
Cn the following Sunday afternoon The Team journeyed to Winona to play
Cotter hugh The game was played on a beautiful, warm day and together wlth the
warm afternoon sun and the unrnterestlng game the majority of customers fell alseep
over the O O tue
What IS this a ghost team'7 No tt s only Mr Schneeberger s freshman team all lined up to have their picture taken
Cotter nearly blocked that luck when Aquinas played at Winona but the Fleet toe of Jlm Haclcner saved the day
Carl Bock has the ball Just continue that stralghtarm Carl and you wlll be In the clear Of course lm not counting all
those men who arent on the photo
A welcome rest In the game with Campnon at T C held Doesnt Ed Gnttens Cman facing cameral look too cute wnth has
mouth full of water7
The Central game proved to be one ol the most thrilling games ol the year
Aquinas coming within one loot ol a touchdown In the last hlty seconds ol play
The old nnx hung with us however and our ellorts were denied, loslng to the Central
squad 7 O
A scheduled game with St pats ol Eau Claire, lell through because ol program
dnlhcultles and It began to look like we would have to end our season wrthout a
victory Two weeks later however alter much dlckerlng with Messmer hugh of
Milwaukee a post season game was hnally played
failed to ehfect the splrlt ol the student body alter the victory which they had been
awaltlng all year came at last It was a game which more than made up lor the previous
seven games, and a httung clumax to the season
Pested the boys run out of the heldhouse during the game wnth Campnon
Tweet tweetl The referee s whnstle blows as the Avalanche rolls over a Wfnona back
Who s got the ball7 Who7 That s rught Tom McNamara and It looks as sf he s gonng places
Father Keegan John Fay Coach Morxarty Bob and Jum Padesky cheer on the Goldenclads an lense moment
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season of baslcetball at AQUIDGS March Q6 marlced the
years hnal chapter In a rapIdIy growIng hIstory ol the
popular vvInter sport The pages labeled 1937 38 reveal
ny InterestIng lacts and detaIIs ol athletes an
A record ol 'IO VICIOFIQS and 9 defeats deslgnates a
rather balanced season lor the hardwood DGVIICIDGDIS
George lVlorIarty toolc over the relns thus year and through
I"IISUf1fIVIf'IQ ehforts IS due the success ol the past baslcetball
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season Attera few short vveelcs ol Intense drIIl the cagers
were turned loose and made theIr InItIal appearance on
a IoreIgn court agaInst VIFOQUG
Ihehnal gun Ioundthe Avalanche VICIOVIOUS Q3to Q'l
led by Al Soller senIor center who claImed'l'I DOIDIS
A Few days later the Gold Clads repeated theIr
performance of the VIFOQUG tIIt by masterlng St John s ol
Rochester ID the hrst home encounter Bob BanasIlc paved
the way to a 1911 VICIOFY by battIng In 7 poInts
JIM HACKNER ADRIAN YEAGER AL SOLLER BOB BANASIK ED BANASIK
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The successful Inst tram. : .
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IZ. Padeslcy J, I-lackner Manager J, Cputz
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December W7 found Aquinas battling and defeating
Cotter l'ligl'i 3O-18. Al Soller again cliallced up 'll
marlcers lor evening lionors
Five days later tlwe Logan quintet from tlie nortln side
turned bacl4 Aquinas by tlwe count ol QO to 78 a n p
and tuclc tussle Splendid ball lwandling and Floor vvorl4
fvas exlriibited by botlw teams
Bob Banasik and Soller sliared lionors witli 5 points
eacli as tlwe Alumni inspired by Greg Keegan and Jolin
paul, edged out tlwe sclwool boys Q5 to Q3 Central
mastered Aquinas Q9 to 16, and not until tlie following
weelc did tliey return to tlie victory column by defeating
Caslnton Q5 to QQ paced by tlie l3anasil4 brotlwers Bob
Repeating a victory over St Jolins 36 to Q5 tlwe
Avalanclie moved onward and swamped tlie lrislw from
St patriclc s ol Eau Claire 30 Qi witli tlie aid ol Captain
Bob Banasilc s 'll markers
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n a pw ., 2 fi1"4'YO 'tie a"ifr'.fi- playwz A stirgv' prawv brlor-' 'tw gan' i' Benazir and Pictifd adeilry in ew nv n1f4"n-'lrztwamir all inf' ' qlO'Y
egular routine N in ll l-lne Nami iw ianasib an 'No e is C nhsing Cl ss elif'
ashton Fell vlctlms for a second time Q1 12 but two
days later the Avalanche met defeat at the hands of Coach
Hoffman s Camplon Academy flve 1911 on the Campion
floor The following afternoon the team journeyed to
Winona and was upset by Cotter 3316 with Calhoun
doing the heavy scoring for the Mlnnesotans who made
rlght a defeat suffered earlier rn the year
The Blue and Gold played host to Vlroqua the night
of February 1 The lnltlal quarter was faurly even and
ended 3 all l-lalftlme found Aquinas In the lead 11 5
the third quarter 1914 and the final Q8 Q1 with Bob
Banasllc swlshrng 1n 11 points
Three days passed before the quintet turned ID sts
outstanding performance of the year on Logan l-llghs
court playing ll4e masters A ulnas led at al trmes
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Final score Aqurnas QQ Logan 1Q
The Gold Clads bowed to Central 35 to 19 Captaun
Leroy Gobls paced the Cass Streeters, whsle Bob Banasllc
once more upheld the Aquinas forces McDonell Hugh
vaslted here and returned home on the short end of a
18 15 count but the tables were turned when Campion
vlslted and took baclc with them a Q0 to 11 victory
The Morlartymen left the city Friday February Q5, to
invade the courts of St Pat s and McDonell on successnve
evenings havnng previously defeated both at La Crosse
The first night they met an unexpected defeat at the hands
of St Pat s Q7 to 14 Bob Banaslk scored 13 out of the
teams 14 points to prove his worth as captain The next
evenlng the story was duplicated when the Avalanche
lost to McDonell Q7 17, closung the season and marlcnng
the last performance for Captain Bob Banasllc, Al Soller
and Jlm f'lacl4ner
Briefly summing up facts Aquinas scored 399 points
to Its opponents 413, and had Q31 fouls called on them
to therr opposltuons Q13
Freshman tball team, wlnners
'37-' La Crose lunior charnpuonship.
Front rowg Co h Ferd Pi z, J. Pltz
R nag , . J nso E. Ryan,
I2 N va , E. Kroner, 7. n eb rger,
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R. R e r, R. Jerue. S. Pavela, T, re sky.
B lc row, T. n r, F. Kru ger, P.
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Hyngpl W DWYW T MCHNWY an over fellow cornbatan Wvnnrv tanrks lnea
S all rrgnt Va v Says Tom Burns as he snakes hands vvlttv
ebov P1 ea wr n n lcol
fdVY N'cGarv dF'VV '3f0U5l'1 SU Ol ZVVUS Cnarnpron rnrramural eam tl'1 Huskres 5? Nlcfonagbev
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ln adclltlon to tlwe major sports ol football basketball
cage curcuut a boxing team tennis and golf
bas year a group ol energetic lresbmen beade bv
Steve pavela anc tltleo tbe lvffasnnngton l-luskles coppeo
tbe nntramural cage crovvn Dunng noon b Jrs tne vrr
was a popular rendezvous lor c:l'1lZfIf' Fans
oxlng was annexed to tlwe sports pr r rf tv Co cb
ornarty and proved to be a lafornte lor an ano parnc
:pant alike outs benng lweld N ere a
crowds were seated lbe team was deleateo but once,
edonla and Loretto eacln twice no La Crosse Vocational
ool once B rnard Ca roll e l33 c ass was
nstantlv an be 3 mt rmn or
anot er pucnlfst who knofvs bon to t rr ff puncnes
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court vvbere a C Y tennis wrnament N s ne o lor
o s anc' gurs and rranv a nap v ,Jr N f spent
sta ents just seeking outdoor rfcre tion ournarnent
For gollers was also sponsored b C Y
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an Fathe Kund nge e co ng M Mo a ty to AQ
on the day of h s a
Caa K pscho ssesashot Bs n e
ares h s In o s rI h u u e ast fe avs
befo e the fall te m one ed
B shop G If sa d I-IoIy Mass on th op g d y of schooI
t athe s I-Ie be and I-I e atte d g
CY Jea ne Tuo ey ed to of the 38 T p 5 0
Mons gno Redd g a fe hne po nts abo t th book
AUGUST Seems IIke every year
AQUIUGS WINS more contests Now,
VIrgInIa I.a Mont, Roy Smutney,
and Eleanore Skemp succeeded ID
Coach Monarty arnved to take
over athIetIc dUtIZS
SEPTEMBER 8 WIth aII due soI
emnIty school opened Blshop
Grrfhn oI'Iered Mass wIth sermon
that AQUIUGS mlght prosper another
Camera man Bob Funke, Iooked
very OTIIICIGI Ieamng over the baI
cony FIashIng Ilghts at us
SEPTEMBER 9 Tra Ia Ia back to
schooI we joyful students I m sure
go I-Iappy7 I II say we arent ThIs
bemg a senIor Isnt very Iunny
when you have to InsIst the IreshIes
No there ISD t any eIeva
No, there Isn t any 709 you
must have read your program
th snt the gym Its
the press room
No thIs Isn t study perIod,
It s Speech Class
SEPTEMBER 10 Aw heck, look
ed and Iooked and Iooked stIII
dldnt hnd pot of goId at end oI
rambovv but found rambow AI
umm dance coIorIuI In pastels
SEPTEMBER 14 Qnce more the
SodaIIty met, but thIs tIme everyone
SEPTEMBER 16 The cutest COHIFI
FIre you ever saw You see we just
burned an ethgy of Logan and
danced around the Flames
SEPTEMBER 17 Logan game
SEPTEMBER 18 StIII mourn g
SEPTEMBER 19 CampIon game
SEPTEMBER 20 StIII mournlng
over defeat Oh mIsery that IS IIIeI
AUGUST 14 Mass and Com
munIon marked the begInnIng of
ney to the Qnent The psychoIogI
caI eFIect of the streamer net work
that took aII mInds off embark
ment A stateroom hIIed wlth
Flowers and QIITS and maII proved
one of the most thrIIIIng exper
Iences of my IIIe
AUGUST 15 Mass and Com
munIon In the SocIaI Room A
scheduIe was hxed For meals and
pIaces Two mIssIoners became sea
sIck The hrst IearIuI whIsper of
whether or not to try Shang
haI was started and the deck charrs
were marked for I-Iongkong
AUGUST 16 A calm sea SIster
heard that the shIp mIght be Forced
to ManIIa whIch muddled the Idea
of any destlnatron at aII
AUGUST 17 FIV6 Masses In one
mornIng Met an Interestmg Pres
byterlan mIssIonary bound Ior I-Io
nan ProvInce I-Ieard that no pass
engers were to be taken on at
Yokohama or Kobe
AUGUST 18 StIII no sea sIckness
For the MISSIOHGFY I-Iow IS schooI
regIstratIonf7 I-Ier hrst conversatlon
VVItI'1d Chmaman Weather stormy,
PosItIon near the AIeutIan Islands
AUGUST 19 Everyone asslgned
to a IIIe boat
AUGUST Q0 A rough sea Slck
passengers and slck crew FIre and
AUGUST 22 Shanghal out oI the
cjuestIon Cholera and hostIIIty In
Japan Where to? Three Masses
and Commumon The Captam s
a Cathohc StIII no sea slckness
She dIscovers that there IS nothIng
FascInatIng about the ocean and
that It IS the thought of Chma that
Ieads her on
AUGUST 23 A tour of the shIp
CaptaIn dIscIosed to them that they
wouId not go near ShanghaI In
formed that Wuchang could be
reached by dIsembarkIng at I-Iong
kong and traveIIng by raII
AUGUST 24 CeIebrated by
pIayIng soIItaIre Sea guIIs Two
days tIII Vokohoma
AUGUST 25 Warmer weather
Four whales and a schooI of shark
General TODIC at sea The Weath
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AUGUST 26 We seemed to
have dropped from the North I3oIe
to the Equator Everyone attured
nn white or Inght cIothung Again
the problem of where to now
shows nts Face No malI Iet out of
Japan Ioo much censorshup
AUGUST 27 Mass at hve The
thrlII of entering a Iorelgn harbor
Doing the town Io yo ns In
spots beautnful Imper:aI I3aIace
narrow streets ox carts babies
bicycles and BulcI4s It IS sad to see
thus Iarge popuIatlon obIlvlous of
anythlng except eIcelng out a Inv
AUGUST 28 Refused a stay
clty because of crowded condl
tlons Decide to stay two days In
Kobe ChoIera ID I-IongI4ong
AUGUST 29 C nceI a stay ID
Kobe Nothing monotonous about
an ocean voyage during war time
The Sisters from IVInIwauIcee Iett the
party for the lnIand Elrst rlcI4shaw
rude surpasses any other means
AUGUST 30 Not even a stop at
Shanghai for refugees Now IO
AUGUST 31 SeveraI hundred
mlIes from Shanghai dodging
bullets Presldent I-Ioover S S
bombed IerrlbIe heat wave
SEPTEMBER 1 Iorrld zone
I3acIcIng day ArrlvaI at Wuchang
seems lmposslbIe and a Iong walt
at I'IongIcong Inevitable
SEPTEMBER 2 Ship covered
with IIags that Japan might have no
excuse Another boat dnII 362
mlIes to I-IongIcong Deep an
torrrd zone one grand eprdemoc
ot amaIgamatlon when It comes to
butter zinc oxnde and candy
SEPTEMBER 3 Entered docks at
I'IongIcong at ten ocIocIc JunIcs
held beggars and the English pos
sessed shores Indian OHICQVS Ian
Icen to stay with the IVIaryI4noII
Sisters untrI further posslblhtues
SEPTEMBER 4-StiII no way out
of I-IongIcong. Stormed I-Ieaven
for a quick arrivaI at Wuchang.
SEPTEMBER 5-Sunday. Last com-
panion oI Sisters IeIt for Euchovv,
Lecture and a tea through the
courtesy ofthe Jesuits.
Slcemp inte IZ h s E cellen y B hap Muench of No th
lfalota hen h spoke at A1 was last Octobe
nothe com t e Speech Club em es
nso d thef o t e seass I dan um
I-e spoke at the P ss Co fe e ce last fall Recog ze
s at ep es t ho attended lu cheo
at cnoo 3 th P ess Confe e ce
Th ic e sale spons ed bythe Apostol c Committee
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OCTOBER 6 - Bishop lVluench
spolce in assembly.
OCTOBER 7-Entire Sodality en-
rolled at the Cathedral.
OCTOBER 12 Footballers gave
banquet for Coach Moriarty All
the food vanished including every
ltsy tiny olive but they did Ieave
a few slrvers on the table
OCTOBER 14 Wool Wool Saw
all heap braves wing squaws
round n round Which is all very
fine cept this squaw had her toes
everely crunched on by one of
said braves Owl owl Otherwise
Speech dance a success
OCTOBER 14151617 Su
dents reveal intense ability to
leep While teachers held con
vention, Aquinltes were still safely
tuclced in, recovering from over
OCTOBER 19 Ju let sez,
Romeo, my Romeo wither art
thou? Romeo sez l'lere I art
lVlodern version of play by Gingles
OCTOBER 20 And ye editor
sez Gut to worlc on yon calen
dar I sez nothing
OCTOBER 22 Dr C Smith gave
pay with himself al c ar
acters, David Crockett
OCTOBER 24 Another game
yes, Rosie, you guessed it we
lost Cotter victorious
OCTOBER 28 Sodality held first
OCTOBER 29 What a dayl As
sembly by Eucharistic committee
Notre Dame players arrive in town
and Aquinas played Central Nope
wont say a thing about game
Not a word cept was a good
game but we lost
SEPTEMBER 6-Labor day. Still
no Wuchang in sight, and nothing
to do but pray. "Good Iuclc to you
starting school tomorrowl I-low
often I am with you in spiritf'
SEPTEMBER 6 Afternoon At
two o cloclc heard that she would
depart for Wuchang by plane the
SEPTEMBER 7 I.eft I'longIcong
at nine and arrived at Wuchang at
two in the afternoon Visited the
dispensary, and met the children
the Catechumens and the coolies
SEPTEMBER 8 from early morn
ing I did little more than mal4e the
rounos of the compound Even the
pigs were not neglected This
morning I baptized four children
two girls and two boys lo say that
apt: m or me was a thru
putting it mildly I actually feared
my heart would stop beating
SEPTEMBER 10 A trip to I-lan
ltow today where I registered at
the American Consulate I-lad two
baptisms before I left, but missed
SEPTEMBER 11 First lesson
Chinese I-ler teacher is Lay Shen
sen from the local seminary She is
very busy so much so that she
can talce only three lessons a weelc
SEPTEMBER 12 Visited Mother
Dominica s grave At present it is
a heap of ground hidden by weeds
three feet high
SEPTEMBER 13 Visited the pol
ice station at their request I-lad
tea first, then five minutes of ques
tioning in a conversational mode
before being registered n the
that she had ever experienced at
three In the afternoon Noticed
the complete change in the life of
the place which stops and folds
up during a raid
SEPTEMBER 17 Went across the
river to I'lanlcow l'lad trouble with
the riclcshaw coolies over a penny
difference in fare
SEPTEMBER 19 Visited Notre
Dame school and hospital and met
the Bishop Again had trouble with
the coolies, who, because the
Sisters refused to pay them five
th g de o d ry
o peool t
'II IH II N IESIE 'CA IL IE N IDA ID
cents more than the usual fare
called them stingy people
SEPTEMBER 21 Nanltlng under
Jap bombing and raiding grip
being three hundred miles away
the mission at Wuchang was warn
ed of a visit That evening received
two letters from home never lcnew
they could mean so much
OCTOBER 2 Namesday the hrst
in China Celebrated by an air
raid the .laps desire to possess an
electric company and a cotton mill
and the mission is between the
two ln a more gratifying light the
day was really celebrated with
hrecraclcers a spiritual bouquet a
letter from home a picture ol cut
glass from her charges a program
by the children and fruit
OCTOBER 3 Ar the Shrine of
St Theresa patroness of the mis
OCTOBER 4 A paclc ol mail from
the States a small celebration in
honor of St Francis day played
cards and bought a three cent toy
mouse as a booby prize Had l-ligh
Mass in the morning and sang St
Anthony s Mass
OCTOBER 5 .laps held baclc by
Chinese planes a few mules from
Wuchang Near enough to frighten
the Seople and prepare them for
OCTOBER 'I A continuation of
air raids That part ol city getting
the worst of the raids Compound
hurt very little so lar
OCTOBER 9 Anniversary of the
deceased Mother Dominica The
people yell their prayers aloud at
Mass stopping only at the Con
OCTOBER 21 Mary Chen left
the mission for America Visited
the airdome which had been
bombed the previous day
OCTOBER 25 Ar two In the
morning a terrible raid which
shattered doors and glass windows
in the boys school The ,laps had
been loolcvng for the cotton mills
Discovered that salest places at
such times is the ground Floor
OCTOBER 26 Air mail letters
from St Rose and Aquinas No
recreation lilce that of reading
them Has been there seven weelcs
OCTOBER 30-More letters from
La Crosse For Q4 hours after
each letter we live in another
OCTOBER 31 Feast of Christ the
King Church Filled with roses and
lilies A chance to discover how
a Fluent Chinese tongue sounded
at sermon time Expected a raid
Rain hindered the Japs and e
lieved everyone else Congrat
ulatlons lor the Trumpet All Amer
ican and little note on e
humor in Ed Koops Column Fav
NOVEMBER 1 Spent in much
the same way it would have been
spent ID the States Raining hard
no raids .laps have no bombs to
NOVEMBER 2 Trip to the cem
etery for memorial to the dead
postponed until next year because
NOVEMBER 4 Received word
to transfer the Sisters quarters to
the second floor of the school
NOVEMBER 17 Stll no su
Anyone would feel sorry lor the
coolies walking barelooted in the
wet cold streets
NOVEMBER 22 First sampan
ride The most worlc is done in the
ba alning If your price is n
cents it tal4es about a half hour to
bring down their quarter Once
on she and her companion were
the whole show to numerous ven
ders and curious people who
tallced them over not lcnowing
NOVEMBER 26-Spent ID malc
ing bandages for the wounded
NOVEMBER 29-700 new ma
chine guns arrived for a try out A
lear of bandits has set in because
C techumens, in the inese sun at noon ...,
e ar n ath ..., lnside the lspensa
th the sort F e Sis er Charitina loves
t erve . . . . An example of Chinese archi-
t ture, and Sister, who understands why it
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we e collected du 5 the p pe d 1 e Let s Dance
was the name of the er and her a e p ct red a few of
the comm ttee that made the dance a I1 ge success Ger
trude St oeh Marge et Wadden and He ma Huebne
e amine books that e e d splayed the I bra y du g the
an ual Book Week Conn e Koch R ta R dolph a d
Me IC Kelly port eyed the oles of a gels In a proga
dedicated to St Cec I a oIaYed by Marla Baye He e
we have 5 Is fom the Home Eco omlcs d pa tment d
plays 5 their wa es a sale the p oceeds of h ch we t
or the pu chase of the e d 3 room s te
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NOVEMBER 16 All week
long stacks of paper kept gettlng
hngher and hrgher When Friday
came they either had to sell paper
or put the students ID a dufferent
school So they sold paper for the
mlsslons Sodaluty drive prosperous
NOVEMBER 4 I3 I A organ
ized under name of Aquinas GUIIG
NOVEMBER 5 I-Iey Jose
phune dad Bob White Whls
p r IU the Dark to your? ets
Dance mixer held decorateo
with popular songs
NOVEMBER 11 Armnstlce Day
the Seniors marched and the rest
attended the assembly dedicated
to those who are still over there
NOVEMBER 15 20 Even the
Iowest form of student had fun ln
Book Week thus year Contest In
Nursery Rhymes and Famous Tales
and Iubrary displays amused every
NOVEMBER 17 As a clnmax to
Book Week Red Rndlnghood, lnny
llm Tom Sawyer, St Paul and
many other characters Ilved on the
stage for a brief time given Ilfe by
NOVEMBER 22 As she praised
I-Iam by song so dad Aquunas
praise I-Ier ID the program of St
CA IL IEN IDAXIIQ
of the mlsunderstandung the more
common Chlnese has of American
A Inttle later Received S50 for
bandages from the Government
which must be turned over to the
Red Cross We have no bandages
and no hope for any Our baggage
stlII IU I-Iongkong
DECEMBER 5 Chinese asked t
evacuate cuties If possible Go
ernment offlclals entered the cuty
Iughts out Reminds one of the
play war days of childhood
DECEMBER 'I A catechumen
takes seriously III asks to be
DECEMBER 8 Excursuons on a
beautnful day to the Beggar s Quar
ters Perboyre I.aud, and on return
one of God s Ilttle angels had
DECEMBER 9 A man drowned
while trying to catch the ferry
Wuchang under martual Iaw, peo
ple across the street ordered to
DECEMBER 10 Gets the Aquln
as News We are assured of
Slster s contentment
DECEMBER 12 Eight belated
letters from La Crosse
DECEMBER 15 I.oveIy fall
weather raanlng clouds dns
DECEMBER 18 Practice, work
practice more work, new church
to be dedlcated on the feast of
DECEMBER 21 Solemn blessung
of the new church, very human
Chinese make noises ID church
some one s discovery
DECEMBER 25 Flrst Christmas nn
China, a cablegram a Christmas
tree, and all round happiness for
DECEMBER 28 First group of
refugees from near Nanklng
DECEMBER 30 Twenty sux more
refugees, they are the Iovllest
JANUARY 1 Bug supply of aur
manl, a check from Aqulnas, war
pruces ruse to astound
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JANUARY 4 Went to I'Ianl4ow
for baggage another terrible bomb
JANUARY6 Twenty nlne more
refugees Now near the hundred
marlc Bombing ternble Jap planes
FEBRUARY 5 Close of the re
FEBRUARY 7 Everything IS
green IH the garden We thanlc
Go . . .
FEBRUARY 11-First Mass on
new altar. Roses for Mass from the
FEBRUARY 15-Eighteen girls,
all orphans, come as refugees.
FEBRUARY 18-A terrible air
raid, over two hundred people
IciIIed in Wuchang.
508 St. Cloud Street
LA CROSSE, WIS.
'lth and Adams
ID IBC IEMQ IB IE IQ AMD IU II NAS IDAUT IDD NS
'CA IL IEN IDAIIQ
DECEMBER 3-Started basketball
season by winning last game against
DECEMBER 8-I-Iurrah, First part
ol Trumpet oll to printersfonly
Five-sixths Ielt to arrange,
DECEMBER 910 Practice lor
DECEMBER 11 More and hnal
practice lor publications play
DECEMBER 121314 II Pover
ello presented We still remember
the phrase We ve Flowers lor our
Erancis hell see them when he
wakes All actors exhausted lor
days and days
DECEMBER 15 I-Iave you heard
Edward Koops just won a Q III
and Scroll Editorial Contest isnt
DECEMBER 17 Photo Club re
organized under the Reverend
Steven Andrel Look at all the
DECEMBER 23 Christmas assem
bly the play given by speech
students was I-Iis Thirty third
Birthday Johnny Skemp gave us
some nice iuicy gossip about a lew
A. J. Bruha, Public Accountant
408 Batavian Bank Bldg.
390-99-94 5th Ave. SO.
Featuring home bakery-baked i
Exchange State Bank
Pose and St. Cloud Sts.
Compliments of LiI's Beauty Shop
409 Rivoli Bldg
Marguerites Beauty Nook
515 Main St
Paulson s Cabinet Shop
Also General Contracting
1819 Denton St
D H E Protz D S C
Room 911 Rivoli Bldg
Phone 746 for a visit
To the foot correctionist
A D Tabbert
Corner 10th and Adams
J C Penny Co
Quality Always No seconds
or imperfects at any time
Phone 3038 J
1 507 Loomis St
501 So 3rd St
Drs Downey and Serstad
9nd Floor 398 Pearl St
Dr L W Gittens
910 Linker Bldg
Dr J D Kelly
409 Rivoli Bldg
Dr M Leinlelder
417 I-Ioeschler Bldg
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L Mont, and Georgia K rish pu the finishing touches on scenery I ,, I w '
ed in the pla , "II Poverellof' A .
ry Ellen Anthony and Peggy O'NeiI warm themselves by the , b , d . . . '
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iving from two expectant coveds, viz., Irene Kranc and Ina i .
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this vacation I-Ieh hehl
DECEMBER 27 All ye merry
Aquinas carolers visited yon hos
pitals sanitorium and St Josephs
I-Iome Perhaps a few hearts are a
bit more ioylul now
Dr J M Splka
418 I-Ioeschler B g
E I2 Barron Co
Corner 5th and Main Sts
The latest fashionable styles in
clothing priced correctly
Wm Doerflinger Co
Corner 4th and Main Sts
Twenty Five stores under one roof
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FEBRUARY 20 Experiences at
the hospitaI with Russian Com
munlsts and socialists
FEBRUARY 22 Lifted to the
cIouds an American FIag Sang
American songs Why do they
mean so much more to us in China
than they ever did in the U S A
FEBRUARY 28 Summer heat
Sunburned, on the way to the
MARCH 2 IerribIe eIectric
storm Rain turned to snow
MARCH 3 A pathetic scene of
refugees pIeading not to be sent
Further inIand and of exposulating
MARCH 5-Chiang Kal SheIc is
sues orders to combat Commu
msm in China
MARCH 8 A strain over the
whoIe staff one room for small
pox another for measIes a third
for pneumonia Overcrowded con
MARCH 11 Foreigners warned 6' Gdf?f
to vacate cou ntry
MARCH 13 A boy of ten years C
died of pneumonia
MARCH 14 Bombing for an
hour stations In the chapel and
MARCH 15 I'IanIcow air drome
IaIIs to war Both Iavender and
white IlIacs are in bloom
MARCH 19 Baptized thirty ref
MARCH 27 Thirty new Chris
tians receive Confirmation One
thousand IciIIed by bombing and
about eight hundred wounded
Few of us have ever seen a
Chinese Easter perhaps none of
us ever shaII But Sister Charitina
wrote home an favorable terms
after her hrst Easter in the Orient
April 6-Is ChlIdrens Day in
China For their enjoyment the re
fugee children were given a bag
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JANUARY 8-Speech society
sped to Sparta lor convention vvlth
JANUARY 10 What d ya call
utr? Is Itl'6dIfPH-IYl'1dt, my Inends,
IS a braln coral just received Irom
Father McGuire Isn't It cute or
lsnlt lt? 'lvvas made by a lttle tiny
vvorm What a vvorml
JANUARY 13 Debate team
plcI4ed from try outs Fastest tallaers
JANUARY 14 Coach Layden ol
Notre Dame spolce at the Aquinas
JANUARY 18 19 Shirley lem
ple and 'Ilzzy l.1sh pranced across
the stage and squeeI4ed at the
audience The chorus gorlsthumped
through their routine the Foot
JANUARY 21 Nllsslsslppr
players sang splrrtuals and Dlnah
JANUARY 25 26 27 Retreat
conducted by the Rev I3 Crumbly
lor the second trme We all Ieel
refreshed spiritually lor a tame
JANUARY 31 Am just leaving
lor Venezuela all paclced and
everythrng have just heard gar
demas are Q5c a carload there
Leon Albert IU assembly amazed
u vvuth hrs adventures ID at
country ol South Amenca
gm BEnnlenBIgllcC1artY and Eva
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Dr J E McLoone
Batavlan Bank Blclg
Dr B W Mast,
1707 Mann Street
Drs Simones Townsend and Gallagher
Qnd Floor 4th and Jay
Front and State Sts
Northern Engraving and Mfg Co
4th and Vine Sts
A Grams and Sons
Q17 South Front St
J C Burns
109 Main St
E W AUICDI
628 South 4th Street
Peter Muehr Grocery
Royal Ice Cream Shop
Ralph I-I Young
329 Main St
Hale and Slcemp
515 517 State Banlc Bldg
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FEBRUARY 3-Aquinas negative
team debated Arcadia - Season
FEBRUARY 4-l-loly Father hon-
ored by l-loly Trinity Sodality in
program, The team played Logan
at the northside and lost.
FEBRUARY 11 Central game,
yes, we lost
FEBRUARY 13 McDonald game
yes we won
FEBRUARY 15 Free Day for
those who sold II Poverello ticlcets
FEBRUARY 16 President of
Superior Teachers College de
fended the study of l-listory and
honored national defense weelc in
assembly Senior rip roaring val
entlne party delightful waltzes
virginia reels and schottisches at
the final united Senior Class fling
FEBRUARY 18 Cushing Duo
with classical music and costumes
Campion played the Golden Ava
lanche yes we lost
FEBRUARY 19 D sert irlge
given by Juniors to raise funds for
P m Gym full of ta s
women prizes cherry pie and ice
FEBRUARY 22 Two period
freedom in honor of Washington
TAUT ID 'ID N S
J. 1 Meat Marlcet
C -kat Sts.
We-st I venue Meat Market
1904 West Ave. South
Phone 193!We deliver. Smart people are
thrifty. Shop here and save.
Vach-Werner Monument Co.
La Crosse, Wis
N EWSPA PERS
La Crosse Tribune
The New Tribune Bldg
4th and Cass Sts
Standard Oil Co
Q0 Copeland Ave
PAINTERS AND PAPERHANGERS
Berg and Johnson
539 Main Street
Mosher Studio Clsler 81 Shultzj
524 Main Street
At Reasonable Prices
111 North 4th Street
A N I-lammes
West Ave Shoe Store
1901 West Ave South
5th and Jay Streets
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egazines in an assembl he uring Ca holic Press ek. -
I-Ieini ' German Band furni hed music at a humorous e u ' F-It
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Richard Crowley assumes a serious pose while the varsity l-5 Cfoggg Tglgphong Corp,
ba ers lit rally Iau h u their sleeves. CN e om Burnsj I ' I
Wha, quintuplets. Yes, and all of them baske ball la ers.
Thi novel stunt was u n in one ofthe Pep Club' interesti 9
and witty assem li .
Again Fat er Andrel, this time with a grou f irls w o 5 ve I ' l
nterestin talks on th anniversa oft e Po e. -
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ls an extremely fine brew Only
the best materials from both for
ergn and clomestrc marlcets are
used rn Peerless We are proud
of our sanitary modern plant
LA Cnossla BREWERIES
BREWERS OF MERIT SINCE 1857
CARL B. NOELKE
The Officlal Slgn of the
WISCONSLH Independent Oll .lobber
Bull s Auto Port Cparlclngj Sth and State
Franks Auto Port 16th and South Ave
Three Streaml neu asol s
Hzawatha Zephy M P 400
Kendall and Empeec Motor O ls
Cltlzens Independent 0lI Go
P J YERLY P ARTM MANN Mg F E YERLY S
For Every Occasion
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Rchad Co ley Do ald Ross and Thomas McNama a
the wn e s n a Fo e sc Contest held at Adu as Ma ch 7
1938 humorous d amat c and o ato y espect ely
Recca l-lodgso gave the st de ts someth ng to gasp bout
when she Sd e a de o st at o of fast typing at Ao as Ma ch
as House Stanek d lron Ma C ol get ast u e
mst uct ons fro Coach Mo a ty wh le Manager Don Roth
and a Sro p of adm ng boxe s look on
Aquinas st dents test the food and the new din ng roo su te
lh the cafe
Tinting was ca ed on by a ll ng g o p this year nder the
dr ectlon of Ma geret St lp Doesn t Crowley look bashful th
all of those g rls7
MARCH 7-Donald Ross, Dick
Crowley and Thomas McNamara
won the Declamatory Contest,
The fastest talkers?
Reverend Ferdinand Cech, in-
ternationally known philatelist
spoke on his famous collection,
laitany of the Saints '
MARCH 12 Debate tournament
at Stevens point Wisconsin Affirm
atives won one lost three while
negatives reversed the same num
MARCH 15 ln general Sodality
meeting the Reverend Francis Ber
tram State chaplain for Knights of
Columbus spoke on the duties of
MARCH 17 Sure and we had a
band sponsored luncheon, and con
cert and free time on St Patricks
MARCH 21 The intense sadness
and simplicity of Golgotha
brought to life on the Aquinas
screen The film is French made
and called greatest biblican film
in two decades
MARCH 23 Contact contact
hey l said contact' l-lm sa fine
thing The thing wont run The
A A A s second meeting and
are our aernouts ever in the airl
MARCH 27 My deah have you
SEEN the Style Show? Wasnt it
WQNDERFUL7 l mean the fash
ions and models were REALLY'
of candy, and the Bishop sent
down seventy cents for each
April 7-Because of an important
victory, the sisters were Horderedf'
to shoot off a string of fire crackers
Three days later, Palm Sunday, and
in place of palms, sprigs of ever
green were given
Aprll13 Was a great day at the
compound the Aquinas Christmas
box came in time for Easter, with
two of the trunks the sisters had
brought from America Many,
many thanks to everyone who con
tributed toward it
Holy Thursday Abeautlful day
of prayer Good Friday The
church was packed with pagans,
following the crowd But they
knew l'llm not Your prayers
your sacrifices God asks as the
price of these souls
On Saturday evening the child
ren processionated in white lt
was very impressive, and paved the
way for a bomby Easter The
whole day was one ofthe old fear
of shrapnel and was climaxed by
orders for the refugees to leave
April 18 Brought another traitor
plus the usual mob past the com
pound And at night by full moon,
the bombs of Easter Monday tell
Ro es help the funny differences
that are so definitely painful, those
around the compound help take
away the atmosphere of war
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Runnlngan Father Plnlon William Dwyer Father Hammes
The mlssxon paper drlve about whnch the fellows seem a Ilttle
upset Track season starts wlth the hlghyump Our offering for
the play tournament John Rossuter Mary McGarty Richard
Crowley Star of Everyman James Zernecke
APRIL 1 Aquinas news edlted
by new editor, Mass Mary Ellen
APRIL 4 Cloclcs started running
on time No not a jolce a reality
APRIL 1011 12 Everyman pre
sented as annual Lenten play I-IoIy
Week made more lmpressnve
APRIL 16 Easter Sunday and the
othclal announcement of Frdac
Fnrst, Eleanore Slcemp, second Tom
APRIL 18 Easter dance and a
grand case of sprung levers Oh It
was greatl Flowers, music and a
APRIL 21 After school social by
French club Lots of people came
to eat Ice cream and dance
Glenn 'I Moms nn a scnentslnc
assembly all about radro control
and subrocroplc llluslons Blasts ol
Iughtenung and gurl s screamed
APRIL 29 Last Item on calendar
and Iast day of uniforms Trumpet
safely resting now at prmters,
editor has collapsed statl col
Iapslng too We prepare to rest on
our hard earned Iaurels and abd:
cate In Iavor ol the Juniors
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remaining around untlI June 'IO
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Gregory Egan Thomas McNamara John Skemp STANDING Wnlllam Dvorak Robert Padeslcy
Thomas Burns Robert Kessler Mary McCarty Donald Dennlnger Ellen McCarty John Rosslter
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