Aquinas High School - Trumpet Yearbook (La Crosse, WI)
- Class of 1944
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BE strengthened in the Lord and in the might of His power.
Put on the armor of Cod, that you may be able to stand
Against the wiles of the devil. For our wrestling is not
Against flesh and blood, but against the Principalities
And the Powers, against the world-rulers of this darkness,
Against the spiritual forces of wickedness on high.
Therefore, take up the armor of God, that you may be able
To resist in the evil day, and stand in all things perfect.
Stand, therefore, having' girded your loins with truth, and
Having put on the breast-plate of justice, and having your
Feet shod with the readiness of the gospel of peace, in all
Things taking up the shield of faith, with which you may be
Able to quench all the fiery darts of the most wicked one.
And take unto yon the helmet of salvation and the sword of
The spirit, that is, the word of God. flfphesians 6, 10-17j
N OT we, the medieval man clothed in the armor of God
Radiating truth and justice
Spreading among men the gosple of peace-the song of love!
But we, the modern man
Stumbling along in a world of false principles,
Accepting error for truth,
Groping midst the dark chaotic battle fields for the armor
Discarded and dull with rust.
And yet, in this darkness,
The rusted armor may be picked up again
And polished to a stainless sheen
Radiating glorious beauty
Blinding all whose eyes wonder to behold:
A fallen man lifted up from out the darkness
From out the wickedness in high places,
Standing as a sentinel at Godas door, under the sunshine
Where the helmet and the sword glisten in His brightness.
And, what the armor-the helmet and the sword?
God's weapons of perfection which we possess
When we pray, do penance, and seek within ourselves
To renew the spirit of our souls,
Despising all earthly pleasures, worldly wealth, and honor
To have Him alone, now banished from the world.
HE UT be renewed in the spirit of your mind, aml
Put on the new man, which has been created
According to God in justice and holiness of
truthf' fEphesians 4, 23-24j
Then rush forth with the daring of knights,
Casting fire on the earth to enkindle,
To burn in the hearts of men,
Spreading the gospel of peace,
Of love, to envelope the world.
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I T is written that man should love
another as himself,
That love becomes a unity and lifts the
cross of peace
Above the world,
And that as Christ loved the sinner
So should we love each other, but hate
And loving thus all things in Christ,
live in Him.
WE are weak,
But like sheep dotting the green
hill slopes of our tiny world
lVe heard the sound of sturdy feet,
A shepherd's shoeg
We saw a staff in strong brown hands
Your hands, dear Father,
Stained red with love that men might
And so we follow you like sheep be-
hind the Master
Strong with a love that will lift the
Far above the battle-field of broken
Grasping hands and dictators dreams,
Bringing the "peace of Christ in the
reign of Christ"
To this broken world, through you,
Christ's Vicar on earth.
And thus, to you, dear Holy Father,
Standard Bearer of Peace,
Who has taught us how to live in.
W e dedicate this book.
Father Lest W. Seemann
Diocesan Superintendent of Schools
Fatim John Pritzi
Principal of Aquinas
Seniors Lead Peace Crusade
Father Stephen Anderl
In this t'Crusade for Peace" the Senior class of '44 chose
these very capable leaders, V. President, Henry Funk, Presi-
dent, Richard Shimshak: and Sec.-Treasurer, Betty Donnde-
linger. "Rich" Shimshak showed his leadership in his many
activities at Aquinas which included Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Boxing 3, 4, Chorus 1, Class Pres. 4, Class Sec. 2.
Dramatics 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Make-up Art 2, 3, 4, News staff
3, Prom King 3, Stage crew 1. Class V. Pres. 1, 4, Latin club 2,
News staff 3, 4, Trumpet staff 4, comprised the busy schedule
of Henry Funk. 'AA genius, yet a clown." Betty Donndelinger
of the "sparkling personality fame" included these in her nu-
merous activities, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Class Sec. Treas. 4, French
club 4, Latin club 2, Operetta 3.
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Senior class officers, Richard Shimshak, Henry Funk, and Betty Donndelinger
chat informally with Father Pritzl. Shimshak, however, seems to be carrying the
The officers of the Aquinas Guild, Mrs. Rudolph Horshack, Mr. John Wall-
jasper, Mrs. Arthur Scheel. and Mr. George Bettin, get together after being elected
and pose for the cameraman.
The old saying "a little learning is a dangerous thingu is taken seriously by
Rita Bettin, Margaret Brody, Jean Desmond, Rita Weigel, Rita Rach, and Ellen
Lyga, who are delving deeply into the sources of knowledge. There'1l be no in-
tellectual skating on thin ice for them.
William Rudolph proves that Latin's no dead language as he gives a lively
Father Claire Cooney performance to entertain the third and fourth year students at a Latin meeting,
Religion while Robert Scheel, president, enjoys the fun.
Interrupted by the telephone is Mrs. Russell Good, Aquinas' registrar and
secretary. Although new in her duties, she is familiar with the school for it's her
Alma Mater. She was graduated in 1936.
Typical teeners are these Trumpete-ers, as yearbook signing swings into session.
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'F5P'5f'E:.f" Take unto you the Helmet of Salvation In Crusadlng for Peace.
'louth for a II w lllorld
"She knows the power of gentlencssf'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4.
"A hit of blonde and blue."
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Latin club
Trumpet staff 3, 4.
"Merr heart that la hs at care "
2, News staff 3, 4
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Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, Homeroom Sec. 4,
Operetta 3, 4.
"Much does she dream."
Chorus 1, Latin club 2.
"Gentleness that captivates our hearts.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin club 2, Orclies
"An all around swell fellow."
Basketball 1, 2, 3, News staff 3.
"Quiet as the breaking dawn."
"Refreshing as a summer shower."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, I-lnmeroom Sec. 2
"Her personality is her charm."
Entered from Onalaska High in Junior y
"Bill made his name in football."
Boxing 2, Foolies 2, Football 2, 3, 4.
"Full of sweet indifference."
Homeroom Vice-President 3, Latin club 2,
"Gentle mirth and elfish grin."
Chorus 1, 2 Foolies 2 Latin club 4 rch
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Prom Court 3.
"A man of few words is the best manf'
Chorus 1, German club 1, 2.
"Sincerity is the face of the soul."
Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
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n club 2, Operetta, 3.
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estra 1, 2,
"Her friendship is a jewel of worth untold."
Stage crew 1, 2.
"A bit of Erin as the angels made it."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, French club 3, 4, Latin
Prom Court 3.
"She's an all American girl,"
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta
"A heart clothed in mirth."
Latin club 2, Orchestra 2, 3,
club 2, Operetta 3, 4,
Father Lloyd Geisler
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"M0ney. money everywhere," exclaims Father Pritzl as Geraldine Koel, senior,
checks in the total of her class after the Third War Bond Drive. The total amount-
ed to 34,479.70 while her own homeroom netted almost 32.000,
Joyce McAnaney and Betty Moriarity talk over the Hmaybes, whys, and where-
foresl' of a basketball game with Mr. John Halaska. But Why sh0uld1'x't they be
interested-after all, Aquinas beat Central!
Race against time-Colleen Gilles and Dorothy Knutson beat the clocks, They
are the first seniors to watch the camera click and re-turn their class pictures. Here
they're exchanging photos and they seem glad to "have the ordeal over."
W, 'tWe do our bit by the things we knitj, says patriots Dolores Guggenbuehl,
Dolores Stremcha, Theresa Klose and Elaine Addis, as they work to complete an
afghan for the soldiers' hospital at Camp McCoy.
Men? Mascots? Ahh yes! James Morisoor, Sally McAnaney, Alberta Cuta, and
Geraldine Koel, agents of the four classes display their zoot-suitors who steered
them to the shore of success in the Third War Bond Drive. Miss Cuta's homeroom
311, led all others, while the seniors, represented by Miss Koel took Hrst place
as a c ass.
MA Scatter the Gathering Darkness with the Shield of Faith.
Vouth for a Il w lllorld
"A little nonsense now and then."
Basketball 1, 2, Chorus 1, Class treasurer 1, Class Vice Pres
ident 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Latin club 2, News s
Court 3, Gen. Sodality Prefect 4, Trumpet staff
"A touch of heaven in bright eyes."
taff 3, 4 Prom
Band 2, 3, 4, French club 2, News staff 3, 4, Trumpet staff 3 4
"To know her once is to like her always."
Foolies 2, Homeroom Sec. 2, Latin club 2, 3, 4
"Follower of the straight white road."
Chorus 1, German club 1, 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
"A likeable loyal lad is he."
, News staff
News staff 3. Entered from Genoa High in Junior ycar
"Be swift to hear and slow to speak."
Homeroom President 2.
"He does not take life too seriously."
Basketball 1, 2, Homeroom President 3, Prom
Gen. Sodality Officer 3, Stage crew 1, 2.
"She has a smile for every joy."
Latin club 2, News staff 3, 4.
Unis mind is filled with Ii-ish wit."
Latin club 2.
"Wise and cheerful with a pleasant way."
Chorus 1, 2, Cu-op 1, 2, 3, News staff 4.
"There wasn't a minute when she wasn't in it."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Co-op Sec. 4, Latin club 2, Operetta 3.
"He has a plentiful supply of wit."
Chorus 1, Homeroom Vice-President, 1, Latin c
"Twin-ikling eyes and a merry heart."
Latin club 2, Orchestra 2, 3.
"A quiet man but quite a man."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Her kindly manners speak her thoughtful na
Band 1, News staff 3, 4.
Gilles, William G.
"Common sense is not a common thing."
Chorus 1, Dramatics l, Homeroom Scc. 1.
Gilles, William J.
"Willing co-operation is his specialty."
Chorus 1, 2, Dramatics 2, 3. 4, Foolies 1, Latin
"Quiet, but exceedingly likeable."
Chorus 1, Co-op 1, Library club 2.
Sister M. Leonita
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It's noon in the free wheelers' parking place. The owners come rushing forth
to jump on their crates with visions of hamburgers dancing in their heads. Matters
of the moment take precedence, however, for others with similar ideas make haste
Another noon hour scene, but comparatively calm. Speculatively freshmen,
Mary Poehiing and Mary Meister, examine the first issue of the Aquinas News,
"Gee, does my hair look all right?" 'fls my tie straight?" Surely enough,
once again the eventful picture-taking day has arrived and we find a few freshies
administering that last minute touch. Aiding Jane Noelke is Mary Desmond. Mean-
while, Jim Knutson silently muses, "I should've skipped that extra minute of sleep
and set my wave." Bill Burns and Don Hutzenbuehler seem to have the most
trouble getting ready.
Betty Stuber proudly points out the name of her brother on the Aquinas Ser-
vice Roll to Fran Stubcr and Margaret Brody! This list of former students now
enrolled in the armed services serves as a constant reminder to students to pray for
' I the peace for which they fight.
1 October rolls around which immediately draws the Aquinites' attention to
football. But these fair lasses prove that October likewise is important for then
come forth the crisp, smart, navy-blue and white uniforms as demonstrated by M.
Leske, P. Lyons, M. Hackner, R. Konter, J. Procksh, M. Leske, J. Mueller, and L.
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Take unto you the Sword of the Spirit, the Word of God, for rue eace.
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"Jovial and an all-around good pal."
French club 2, Homeroom President 1.
"I-Ie's a jolly good fellow."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3,
"She has no worries, she never hurricsf'
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4.
"She's sure to chase your blues away."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, News staff 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
"To make others happy is his aim."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Homeroom Sec. 4.
"On the whole, we're well pleased with you."
Chorus 1, Dramatics 3, 4, German club 1, 2, News staff 3.
"She walks through life with a queenly grace."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Treasurer 1,
Latin club 2.
"Young and happy and ever gay."
Chorus 1, 2, Dramatics 1, 2, German club 1, 2,
Gen, Sodality Officer 2,
I-Iartley, Mary .
"Lass with the delicate air."
Chorus 1, Dramatics 1, 3, 4, Latin club 2.
I-Iavlik, Mary Margaret
"Rich in saving common sense."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin club 2, 3, 4, Operettta 3, 4.
"One of his great interests is baseball."
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Football 1, 2, 4
"There is mucl-I you can learn from Artie."
German club 1, 2,
"She has a laugh stored up for everyone."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin club 2, 3, 4, News staff 3
Operetta 3, 4, Trumpet staff 3, 4.
"I never dare to be as funny as I can."
Football Manager 3, News staff 3, 4, Prom Court 3,
"Earnest in athletic ways."
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Foolies 2,
Football 3, 4, French club 3.
"Art is the perfection ul' nature,"
Chorus 2, 3, Library Assistant 3, Library club President 4,
"Lively, good-natured, not a care has he."
Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, Boxing 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Dramatics 1, Football Manager 1, Homeroom President 1,
Homeroom Vice-President 2, Operetta 3, 4, Stage crew 2.
"A lively girl with a smiling face."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, News staff 3, Operetta 3, Trumpet staff 3.
Sister M. Genevieve
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Firmly convinced that the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the most vital action
of their day, Aquinas students. through the cooperation of Father Tetzlaff and
Father Cooney, have the privilege of assisting daily at Mass each morning before
Father Cooney and servers Leslie Kessler and Wayne Swinghammer grate-
fully admire the beautiful Missal donated by the Junior League of Catholic Girls.
These Aquinas acolytes feel honored to take theirturns in assisting the priests
to offer the Eternal Gift. .
First row: John Finn, Leslie Kessler, and Kenneth McCabe, Robert Scliied,
Wayne Swinghammer, Thomas Garthwaite, Francis Briedel, Robert Volz, Donald
Second row: Gene Smith, Gerald Flanagan, Rudolph Horshak, James Gsch-
wind, George Kachel, John Howard, John Stokes, Ray Lichtie, and Francis Potaracke
To Radiate Earthly Peace, Waft the Incense of Prayer Heavenward.
Vouth for a
"A vivacious maid with a merry heart."
Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin club 2, Operetla 3, 4,
Stage crew 1.
"A true friend and a loyal heart."
Chorus 1, 2, 4, Operetta 4.
"Imp with stars in her eyes."
Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1,
"Doubtlessly few could fill his place."
Boxing 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, German club 1, 2.
"Loveliness half hidden from the eye."
Chorus 1, 2, Latin club 2,
"Alive as a spring zephyr."
Homeroom President 3 Latin club 2 Gen, Sodalit
, , y Officer 3.
Entered from Cathedral High in Sophomore year.
"He says little but means every word."
"Bright with calm delight."
Chorus 1. 2.
"A smile on her lips and a song in her heart."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Foolies 2, Homeroom
President 2, Latin club 2, Make-up Art. 2, 3, 4, News staff 3, 4,
Operettta 3, 4, Prom Queen 3, Trumpet staff 3, 4.
"I-le has abilities you'd never dream of."
"An amiable girl with a deep heart."
Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Kroner, James .
"A lad with great speech."
Dramatics 3, 4, Chorus 1, German club 1, 2.
Kubiak, Rose Mary
"Top full of quick humor."
Entered from Washington Jr. High in Sophomore year,
"Calm consistency in dark eyes."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4.
Lepsch, Beatrice .
"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice."
Band 1, 2. 3. 4, Chorus 1, Latin club 2.
"Laughter that dances with color."
Foolies 2, Latin club 2, News staff 3, 4, Trumpet staff 3,
Trumpet Editor 4.
Lyons, Mary Rita
"A good laugh is sunshine in a house."
Chorus 1, Latin Club 2.
"A voice of sweetest song."
Chorus 3, 4, Dramatics 4, French club 3, News staff 3, 4,
Operetta 3, 4, Entered from Central High in Junior year,
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After Mass, Petra Anderson sets glimmering a slender candle of prayer. May-
be it's for a brother in service or a mid-year exam, but nevertheless, it's her way
of petitioning God to hear and answer her prayers.
Uniforms lend their fatal fascinations when alumni, Robert Novak, Dorothy
Stanek, Raymond Wuensch, lvlodesta Walljasper, James Johnson, and a friend,
came back to their old Alma Mater to "get in the groove" again. The dance spon-
sored by the Aquinas band was called Httingly enough the "Clef Clopf, The spirit
was carried throughout the decorations which consisted of clefs. notes, staffs, sharps,
and Hats Uhere, there, and most everywhere." Gazing at the dancers "just for the
fun of it" are Freshmen Evelyn Kerska, Beverly Stellpflug, and Monica Treangen.
'Taithful ECL Seubertn sells enthusiatic Rosemary Wurm a ticket to a jive
"Oh the pity of it allf' sighs Richard Poellinger as he gazes disappointedly at
eight sockets and seven lights while setting up the chapel crib. Yes, it is always
very beautiful and inspirational, for it gives out to all Aquinites the true spirit of
Christmas and its "reall, significance. But only Rich knows all the work behind it.
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"A little blonde lass with laughter in her eyes."
Entered from Central High in Senior year. f
"Active natures are rarely melancholy."
Band 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin club 2, Operetta 3, 4,
Stage crew 1.
"All things come-to him who waits."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Stage crew 2.
"'Friendly and willing, a. hringer of joy."
Football 1, Homeroom Treasurer 1.
"A gentleman is slow to take offense and slow to give it."
Chorus 1, Football 1.
"No task for him was too hard to do."
Boxing 1, 2, 3, 4, German club 1, 2.
"Culture and fine manners will always be hers."
Chorus 1, 2, Latin club 2.
"Unfathomed sweetness in her nature."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, German club 1, 2, Operetta 3, 4.
"Blue pools of sweet Irish mystery."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom V. Pres, 1, Latin club 2,
Make-up Art. 2, 3, 4, News staff 3, 4, Prom Court 3,
Trumpet staff 3, 4.
Muehr, Betty Ann
"Her eyes of blue are always smiling."
Chorus 1, German club 1, 2,
"All his friends say he is okay."
Boxing 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Operetta 3.
"To the young heart everything is fun."
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, French club 3, News staff 3, Operetta 3, 4.
"An earnest maid, and modest too."
Chorus 1, 2, Co-op 1, 2, 3, Latin club 2.
"A jolly fellow knows no enemy."
"All men look upon him favorably."
Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Football 1,
"Her face is fair, her heart is true."
Entered from Onalaska High in Junior year.
"A friend to all who come his way."
Chorus 1, Latin club 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4,
"No truer friend can he found than he,"
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3.
Sister M. Fortuna
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'tSo you don't think we can be wartime budget planners?" Just think again
before you repeat that! Masielyn Halaska and Audrey Twite can tell you they know
pretty much about it thanks to the able guidance of Sister Eunice. Budgeting is
one of the many phases in the advanced course of Hornemaking.
As Josephine Anny minutely inspects her work, Sigrid Stefferud hopefully
tries on slipper for size. These girls who made articles for servicemen exemplify
the many others in the R-ed Cross Home Nursing Class conducted by Mrs. Arthur
Another group briefly pauses to marvel at many different items made in the
same class. These admirers are Lois Ann Schomers, Patricia Sciloorski, and Mary
Aquinas again shows its patriotism! It didnlt stop with the bond drive. In
recognition to the governmc-nt's plea for home canning, Nancy Birnbaum, Virginia
Weibel, Patricia Turner, and Delores Kabat proudly display their canned goods
made in Foods class under the direction of Sister M. Eunice.
Not to be outdone, Lucille Heberlein and Doris Tischreck demonstrate how to
make a bed expertly as instructed in the Home Nursing Course. Mrs. Rogge was
in charge of these classes which replaced the physical education classes in the
early part of the school year.
in Pursuing Peace carry the Cross of Penance with the Prince of Peace.
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"All we know about her is good."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, German club 2, 3, Operetta 3, 4.
"Life without sports is not life to this Irishman."
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Boxing 2, Class Treas 1
Class President 2, Foolies 2, Football 2, 3, 4, I-Iomeroom Pres
ident 3, News staff 3, Prom Court 3.
"A small touch of elegance."
Chorus l, Foolies 2, Homerooni President 1, Latin club 2 3 4
News staff 3, 4, Trumpet staff 3, 4.
"A natural smile a hint of mischief."
Chorus 1, 3, 4, Foolies 2, News staff 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4,
Prom Court 3.
"Quiet. but her friends are many."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Latin club 2.
"Humor that is a continuous bubble of joy."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Co-up 2, Dramatics 2, French club 4
Homeroom President 1, Homeroom Treasurer 2, Latin club
News staff 3, 4, Trumpet staff 3, 4.
"Her heart is as light as her eyes are bright."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 2, 4, Latin club 2 3 4
operetca 3, 4.
"Quiet and retiring, a girl worth knowing."
Latin club 4. Entered from Sleepy Eye, Minn., in Junior year
"I-le has a talent of gaining friends."
Chorus 1, German club 1, 2.
"The stage echoes with his art."
Band 4, Co-op 1, 2, Dramatics 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Homeroom Vice-President 2, Latin club 2, 3, 4, Operetta
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
"He jokes at all trouble."
Chorus 1, Football 1.
"A friend, a gentleman-what more can we say?"
"Much wisdom often goes with fewest words."
Chorus 1, 2, Latin club 2, 3, 4.
"One who knows what he talks about."
Cheer Leader 2, 3, Co-op 2, 3, Dramatics 3, 4, Latin club
News staff 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Trumpet staff 3, 4.
"Don, like all good men has a temper all his own."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Foolies 2, Football 4, French club 3,
Operetta 3, 4, Stage crew Manager 2.
"A true gentleman in every sense of the word."
Latin club 2, 3,
"As merry as the day is long."
"His genial nature has made him every one's pal."
Band l, 2, 3, I-Iomeroom President 3, Prom Court 3,
General Sodality Officer.
Sister M. Clementa
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His Excellency the Rt. Rev. Alexander J. McGavick and Senior, Gene Serres,
take time out to pose with Fr. Alban Hickson, C. P. and Fr. Aelred Toriski, C. P.
retreat masters at Aquinas this year. These fathers are members of the Passionist
Order in Chicago.
"The Christ Child,', an inspiring drama presented by the Sophomore Girls'
Chorus was the annual Christmas feature production of the year. In devout ad-
miration are Jeannette Kreutz, Viola Hofer, Beverly Rogers, and Iola Guscetti,
while Patricia Hurley portrays the Blessed Virgin.
Ah-ha here's to ,ole style lodgers-eh, boys? Comforted with the cool and
mellow satisfaction of Hires 'ole style root beer, these happy Latin studes raise
fun--and more fun. This all happens at a going-away party and in this instance
it was for Bill Rudolph and Carroll Walljasper, who left for the seminary. En-
joying themselves at this Latin Club specialty are Bob Scheel, Carroll Walljasper,
Bill Rudolph, Jack Gehrig, Eileen Gilster, Rita Breuer, and Mary Havlik.
Faithful of'Ticers 01' the Athletic Booster Club meet with director, Fr. Bingen.
They are Mr, E. Klinkner. Dr. J. Kelly, and Mr. J. Kevin.
"Fine party and plenty of fun," comment the Senior members of the News and
Trumpet staffs about the party given for them by Pvt. Bob Vollmar, an alumnus
of Aquinas. The enthusiastic journalists enjoying cokes and hot dogs with Fr.
Pritzl are Bob Scheel, Bob Daley, Dorinne Urban, Ellen Lyga, Jeanne Desmond,
Lcuise Vyvyan, Ruth Korish, Pearl Allen, Betty Delaney, Rita Weigel, Gloria
Bruemmer, and Felicia Hoffman.
Perfect thy Soul that the Peace of God may in it Reign as King.
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"Lively, good naturcd, not a care has he."
Basketball 3, Homeroom President 3, Make-up Art, 2, 3, -1.
"Our paper is proud to call him 'Editur'."
Cheer leader 2, 3, 4, Co-op 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-op President 3,
News Editor 3, 4, Operetta 4, Prom Court 3, General Sodality
Officer 1, Stage crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Trumpet staff 3, 4,
"She can always he found wearing a smile."
Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4.
Sexauer, Mary Ann
"A lively spark of enthusiasm burns here."
Band 3, 4, Chorus l, Homeroom President 4, Latin club 2,
Orchestra 1, 2.
"A youth in frolics. a man of sports."
Homeroom President 4, Basketball 4. Entered from Campion
in Senior year.
"Her sweetness is something you'll never forget."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Foolies 2, French club, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4.
Prom Court 3,
"Sweet as an old fashioned nose-gay."
Class President 1, Co-op Treasurer 2, French club 3, French
club President 4, Homeroom Secretary 2, 4, Latin club Presi-
dent 2, News staff 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Stage crew 2, Trumpet
staff 3, 4.
"She places a pearl in everyone's life."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, German club 1, 2, Operetta 3, 4.
"Judicious silence shows manlinessf'
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1.
"Her beauty of smile reflects her beauty of soul."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, Foolies 2, Homeroom Sec-
retary 1, Homeroom President 2, Latin club 2, 3, 4, Operetta
3, 4, Prom Court 3.
"A happy combination of loyalty and sincerity."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Latin club Z, 3, Operetta 3, 4,
Stage crew 1.
"No one knows what he can do until he tries."
Chorus 1, Football 1.
"A happy smile for one and all."
New Staff 3, 4.
"Know a man by his deeds."
Football 1, 4.
"A lively girl with a happy face."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, I-lomeroom President 1, 4, News staff 3, 4,
Operetta 3, 4, Trumpet staff 3, 4.
"A heart full of sweetness."
News staff 3, Trumpet staff 3.
"Her good nature is measured by the yard!
"All the gifts that comprise a perfect lady."
Class Treasurer Z, Foolies 2, Homeroom Secretary 3, News
Assistant Editor 3, 4, Prom Court 3, General Sodality Secre-
tary 3, Trumpet staff 3.
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Organized in a very short time by Sister Margaret Mary the Aquinas Debate
Team has been fairly successful this year. Comprising this successful group are:
James Roth, Jack Garihee. Joseph Ostrander, and George Kachel.
"Oh's" and "Ah's" are expressed by Carolyn Kohlwey and Petra Anderson
as they View the masterpieces composed under the capable direction of Sister M.
"Hey, you! Not so loud!" 'tOuch! Who hit that fiat key'?', No need fretting,
it's just the warm--up jam session in preparation for the Trumpet campaign which
was a gigantic success. It was presented similarly to 'tKay Kyser's College of
Musical Knowledge." Gene Serres. master of ceremonies, and Ruth Korish, vocal-
ist, critically listen to the "hot stuff" given out by Don Welch, Clarence Strasser,
Jeannette Krutz, Margaret Riley, Dale Wilder. Bill Gunderson, Jim Mclioone,
Charles Weisensel. Betty Hafner, and Dick Bradburn.
The French club serenaded the students in the corridor during the Christmas
holiday season. Carolers were Margaret Riley, Loretta Skemp, Maxine Cody,
Elizabeth Wanner, Sister Cunisse, and Betty Donndelinger.
Congratulations come from far and wide for the annual operetta 'tHats OFF'
which Sister Agnes Claire and Sister Margaret Mary directed to a grand and
glorious finale. Ticket sales under the direction of Virginia Riniker were tremen-
dous and the general spirit can be represented by Walter Mears who sold thirty
Stand having your Feet Shod with the Preparation of the Gospel of Peace
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Wagner, Josellh .
"There is no substitution for hard work."
Basketball 1, Football 1, I-Iomeroom President 2.
"Thy modesty is a credit to thy merit."
Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 3, 4, Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-
President 2, Foolies 2, Football 4, Latin Club 2, 4, Operetta 3, 4.
"A silence sweet and serene."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4.
"Someone you ean't help admiring."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, News staff 3, Operetta 3, Trumpet staff 3.
"Sweet and lovely, yes, she is quite the one."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, French club Secretary 4,
Latin club 2, Operetta 3, 4.
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholden"
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Co-op 2, 3, 4, Homeroom President 3, Latin club
2, Operetta 3, General Sodality Officer 3, Stage crew 2. -
"Strange to the world he wears a bashful look."
German club 1, 2.
"The sweetest girl in the world."
Chorus 1, Latin club 2, 3, 4. News staff 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3,
Trumpet staff 3, 4,
"A spark of splendor in wide eyes."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Operetta 3.
"A possessor of a sweet disposition and charming grace."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4.
"The boy with an answer for everything."
Cheer Leader 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Class President 3, Latin club 2,
Operetta 3, Prom Court 3.
"Dynamo of endless energy."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, Latin club 2, Operetta 3, 4.
"His energy is expending in worthwhile things."
Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Drum Major 4, Latin club 2.
"A mixture of sweetness, mischief. and charm."
Band 1, 2. 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 2,
Latin club 2, Operetta 3. 4, Stage crew 1.
"Quiet and sweet, she's one you'd like to meet."
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage crew 1.
"His companions find him sincere and full of fun."
Chorus 1, German club 1, 2.
"So lives a good girl in a naughty world."
Chorus 1, 2, Latin club 2, News staff 3, 4, Trumpet staff 3, 4.
"A cheerful disposition and much ambition."
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Carol Bruha, Thomas Brzowsky. Edith Campbell.
Ernest Carlin, James Cassidy, Earl Conley, James Dayton, Peggy Deininger
DeJarlais, Margaret DeWolf, Virginia Dockendorff.
Dona Dohlin, Virginia Dorsey, Phyllis Downey, Betty Dusso. Beverly Ehrsam,
Forraine, Margaret Finley, Albert Flottrneyer.
John Flynn, Mary Ellen Fries, Joseph Fuchs! Carl Gerke, Marie Giblin, Eileen
Wanda Graf, Iola Guscetti.
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CLASS OFFICERS .
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Betty Habierman, Madonna Haggerty. Joseph Hahn, Bernard Halaska, Madalyn Halaska,
Donna Mae Hansen, Virgline Harding, Ilene Havliceik.
Raymond Heath, Donald Helfrich, William Hilbert, Viola Hofer, John Hotchkiss, Frank
Hottinger, Donna Huber, Bernard Humfeld.
Patricia Hurley, Elaine Jacobson, Mary Ellen Jambois, John Jirsa. Airietta Johnson,
George Karnpa, Dorothy Mae Kelly, Fern Kelly.
Patricia Kimball, Alberta Kistler, Arthur Klein, James Knothe, Leonard Knutson,
Helen Koeble, Eleanore Konetchy, Marie Korish.
Marian Kcuri, Patricia Knapp, Richard Kratt, .Jeanette Kreutz, John Krisrner, Rose-
mary Kruger, Mary Kubal, Dolores Lanzel.
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It's the Juniors all right and this time a bit serious. As in all history classes
the 'tOur Timesi' has proved to be a very interesting and informative paper and
these students certainly portray their enthusiasm.
He's up! He's down! t'Big Richu Shimshak went through these motions and
countless more in a vain struggle to overcome the gyroscope. Mr. Jones encour-
ages him to fight on as he explains the details of the gyroscope in a commercial
Sister Bertha seems to enjoy sitting back and letting the students take over
once in Z1 while. Betty Stuber proves she can still enjoy experiments even if she
has to do them.
Louise Vyvyan keeps discussion leader Giles Hackner quite busy in English
Literature class. Discussions such as these are held quite frequently under the
able guidance of Sister M. Maureen,
"Ooh! I can't look!" Never fear, it's not another horror show. It's just the
debaters drawing their topics from the hat. These excited expressions belong to
Donald Helfrich, James Skemp, Robert Baum, James Donndelinger, Robert Skemp,
and Rita Ann Regnier.
Tom Shimanski and Marcellus Netwall near the climax in the poll taken on
Compulsory Military Training during an American History class.
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Robert Schaefer, Charles Schmikla, Margaret Schmitt, Francis Schoen, Robert Schreier
Wayne Seifert, Charles Senn, Albert Shedesky.
Thomas Shimanski, Elaine Shoger, Robert Skemp, James Smith, LeVerne Smith
Paul Spaeth, Arnold Stoltz, Clarence Strasser, Sylvester Strasser, Betty Stuber, Fran-
cis Stuber, Betty Sullivan, James Sullivan.
M2-ry Thimrnesch. Donald Treangen, Louis Troyanek, Anna Trussoni, Audrey Twite,
Donald Wakeen, John Weber, Ruth Weibel.
Joy Weiland, Charles Weiserusel, Joyce Werner, John Williams, William Wolle, Barbara
Woolley, Richard Wuensch, Helen Wurzel.
James Snyder, Irene Soller, Victor Soller.
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These Junior homeroom secretaries cheerfully carry hymn books to their re-
spective hornerooms. Never failing to do their many duties are Alberta Cuta, Rita
Costello, Mary Ann Hess, Jean Papenfuss, and Dorothy Eeg.
Artful decorating surely seems to be a knack for the Freshmen. Here approv-
ing of the Halloween decorations are Freshmen class officers Kenneth McCabe, Jane
Noelke, and Edward Runningen.
"Yippee! We did it!', Yes, these jubilant faces of the Junior class officers
express the feelings of the entire class upon completing the Red Cross Drive first
and with one hundred percent. Eyeing the results are Joseph Ostrander, vice-
presidentq Lorraine Cheeky secretaryg and George Kachel, president.
Whether it's the "greenbacks" Jim Bock is holding or some joke he's cracked,
these Sophomore secretaries aren't beaming for nothing. Sharing their laughter
with Jim are Ruth McGaughey, Dorothy Skemp, Mary Roth, and Joyce McGuire.
These Freshmen secretaries undoubtedly have ttsomething up their sleeves."
They're ready for anything with sleeves rolled up. To do their utmost are Shirley
Platz, Helen Bettin, Phyllis Froegel, Margaret Skemp, and Evelyn Kerska.
"Wait a second now! The Freshmen aren't the only ones who made the Hal-
loween party a successg we Sophs also bore a great part of the load!" So the Soph
class officers, Bill Holicky, Katie Lyga, and Jack Garihee at the October 31st affair
claim their share of recognition.
To Radiate Earthly Peace, Waft thelncense of Prayer Heavenward.
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raine, Bennett James, Beranek Joseph.
Besl Patricia, Bettin Helen, Betz Delores, Birnbaum Juanita, Birnbaum Nancy, Bjorkman Janice, Boisen Eugene,
Boma Charles, Boyle Rose Marie.
Bracken Thomas, Brady Patricia, Breidl Francis, Brieske Alicia, Bruchman Carol. Bull Charles, Bumford Margaret
Mary, Burns Wm., Byrne John.
Cermak Lorraine, Churchill Beverly, Conway Patricia, Coughlin Joan, Desmond Mary, Devine Edward, Devine Eu-
gene, Dolan James, Drendel Gerald. '
Dummer Dolores, Dunne James, Duresky Colleen, Dvorak Mary Ann, Dwyer Jerome, Eeg Edward, Ferris Helen,
Feuling John, Finn John.
Flanagan Gerald, Flynn Mary, Franke Richard, Froegel Phyllis, Gerke Gilbert, Gerling Howard, Gittens Stanley.
Goodenough Delbert, Graf Alfred.
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Hampe Wm., Hampton Carol.
Hampton Lois, Hansen Colleen, Hansen Keith, Hansen Wm., Hegenbarth Norbert, Helfrich Joseph, Hofer David, Hor-
schak Rudolph, Hortsman Robert.
Houlihan Beverly, Houlihan Robert, Howard John, Huber Margaret, Hutzenbuehler Donald, Juen Mary Jane, Kabat
Delores, Kabat Jacquelyn, Kabat Patricia.
Kavanaugh Bernadine, Kavanaugh Mary Jean, Kendharnmer John, Kerska Evelyn, Kessler Leslie, Kleinertz Keith,
Karninsky Theodore, Knothe Donnajean, Knutson, James.
Koelbl Irene, Konetchy Charlotte, Kotinek Verity Ann, Kotiner Charles, Kratzer Joan, Lanzel Angela, Larkin Carol,
Larkin Francis, Larkin Robert.
Larson James, Ieibl Louise, Lepsch Angeline, Lepsch James, Lepsch Richard, Leske Marion, Leske Muriel, Lichtie
Raymond, Lyons Peggy.
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Carolyn, Marcou Howard, Mears Walter. I
Meier Dorothy, Merfeld Dolores, Merfeld Phyllis, Merfeld Wm., Meyer John, Mezera Frances, Miller Elizabeth,
Mosey Raphael, Monsoor James.
Moriarity Mary, Moriarity Robert, Mueller June, Muller Otto, Nelson Doris, Ness Charlotte, Netzer Mary, Noelke Jane,
Olson Dolores. Osweiler Francis, Padesky Thomas, Paul Patrick, Pederson Carrol, Perner Richard, Peters Lillian,
Peterson John, Phelps Thomas.
Pierce Thomas, Pincsk LaVern, Pitz Elizabeth, Platz Shirley, Potaracke Donald, Preeshl James, Priem Robert,
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Regnier Marian. Richardson Catherine, Riepel Patricia, Riniker George, Riniker Robert, Ritter Joseph, Rossi er eanor,
Roth Ferdinand, Runningen Edward.
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Shedesky Richard, Shepardson Ronald, Shimanski Mary, Shoger Dorothy, Simones Mary, Sinninger Beverly, Skemp
Margaret, Smikla John, Smith Gene.
Spears Donald, Stellick Charles, Stellpflug Beverly, Stokes Mary Ann, Strand Gladys, Sullivan Dorothy, Swinghamer
Wayne, Thompson Fayth, Treangen Monica.
Tretasky Edward, Tronick Wm., Turner Patricia, Volk Erwin. Volz Robert. Wanner James, Weibel Virginia, Weigel
Gerald, Weigel Richard.
Weiland John, Whalen William, White Robert, Wiegand Lloyd, Wiltinger Gerald, Wing Margaret, Woolley Joseph,
Wooley Thomas, Wurzel Bernard.
Young Patricia, Zahn Victor, Zeimentz Jean, Zeimentz Joan, Ziegelmaier'David, Ziegelmaier John, Zielinski Bernard,
PROM-Their Majesties Richard Shimshak and Ruth Korish reigned supreme over the Junior-Senior prom in
a patriotic setting of blue and white with touches of red here and there. Edward Goggin and Loretta Skemp take
time out to refresh themselves at the t'Canteen.' A peek from the side at the King and Queen and a portion of
the court. Louise Vyvyan crowns Ruth Korish Queen of the 1943 Prom while R, Raper, M. Stellick, G. Bruemmer.
J. Bohrnstedt, B. Moriarity, K. Skemp, R. Shimshak, F. Quinn, D. Fitzpatrick, D. Welch, R. Daley, J. Reget, P.
Sebranek, E. Serres, and D. Horton look on.
MARDI GRAS-With a color scheme to soften an Irishman's heart. the 1944 Mardi Gras had
as its rulers Queen Marion Stellick and King Edward Semb. Eunice Cummings congratulates Her
Majesty and is rewarded by Marion's broad smile. The King and Qu-een immediately after
the crowning ceremony, with Kathleen Skemp and her attendant Don Welch. Perhaps it is a
joke or the antics of a fellow student which amuses their Majesties. Ice cream or pop, take your
pick, and it seems as though Ellen Lyga and Marion Stellick prefer the ice cream while Bob Daley
and Ed Semb take the pop. Attendants Kathleen Skemp and Don Welch enjoy a nice slow piece.
A portion of the court are R. Raper, L. Vyvyan, M. Kleinsmith, L. Skemp, E. Lyga, S. Wittenberg,
K. Skernp, M, Stellick, E, Semb, D. Welch, and D. Johnston.
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W X J. Rathburn D. Leibl M. Deininger and D. Eeg are discussing the promoti
, g gf season on the Aquinas ground to foster the true Holiday spirit. Last
Aquinas Sodalists co-operated in the Educating for Peace program.
lights sponsored were the annual Marian Congress which emphasized the
sity of the Christian family for a permanent peace, the three-day student
the introduction of the nocturnal hour to atone for the sins of the
continuation of the support of Brother Ignatius to the priesthood who
work for the colored people in the South.
The work of the Sodality is organized into five committees, namely: Spii
1- Apostolic, Parish Loyalty, Patriotic, and Catholic Truth. Homeroom presi
' with two General Ofiicers constitute the Sodality Council of twenty one me
jjj., In upper-left hand picture L. Simones, head of the Apostolic committee,
sides over a sectional meeting with J. Zanter giving a report. Opposite this
-14, nocturnal hdurs. The scene of the Nativity was presented during the Chri:
- .k,.h,,, preparations were made on Thanksgiving baskets to be sent to needy familit
tg! B. Gunderson, J. Skemp. L. Amundson, and V. Riniker.
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llrm for Peace
On the First Friday of the school year Msgr. P. Hirt offered the Holy Mass in honor of Christ the King for the
intention of the student body.
Catholic Book Week received much attention from enthusiastic poster makers T. Wooley, J. Bjorkman, and
D. Mer eld. -
Wm. G. Gilles, in upper left-hand picture, displays the report on the latest movies as classified by the Legion
Special homage was bestowed upon the Blessed Virgin as she was crowned Queen of May in 1943 by D. Flock.
Attending her are: P. Craigo, M. Koch, R. McGaughey, M. Neuverth, M. Abel, M. Miller, C. Sweeney, and V. Check.
For the annual Marian Congress, two army chaplains. Rev. Regis Galvin, O.F.M., and Rev. F. A. Cunningham,
S. J. were engaged to conduct the discussion on the necessity of a Christian home. A
In the inset are the Sodality officers with their spiritual director, Fr. S. Anderl. The first row: F. Quinn, M.
Sexauer, R. Costello, Secretary, R. Daly, Prefectg Fr. S. Anderl, L. Simones, D. Urban. In the second row: J.
Dwyer, P. Wecker. R. Brady, R. Weigel, B. Whalen, D. Conaghy, J. Howard, E. Kreibich, G. Smith, K. Bakalars, W.
Kleinertz, J. Zanter, R. Lictie, J. Gallagher, and J. Roth.
The army received much attention from Sodalists working for the Red Cross. Here B. Lempke, D. Huber, M.
Halaska, and C. Bruha are decorating Christmas trees to bring joy to the service men at Camp McCoy.
The Sacred Heart was made the head of their home when Fr. L. B. Keegan enthroned the Rathburn residence,
The enthronement project was furthered.
Since preparation for true peace is built on understanding its principles, the Aquinas Publications, the ye
book and the bi-monthly News, have made it their objective to propagandize for a lasting peace. For the 1
Trumpet the staff developed the theme "Crusading for Peacef' in which it stressed the essentials prayer, pena
and the renewal of the interior spirit. The 1943 Trumpet ranked with the seven best yearbooks scored by
Catholic School Press Association. It had for its theme t'The Way of the Cross is the Way of Peace.
f'The Aquinas News." a consistently all-Catholic rating paper, has in addition ranked for 1942, 1943 with
topmost Catholic publications termed t'Flight Leaders." This year's News introduced a Servicernen's colu
screw-tape letter imitations to get across salient thoughts, and the cartoon entitled "Black Paganism.
Looking at the first issue of the News for Sept. 1943 are the journalists Paul Marcotte, Donald Horton,
iores Strerncha, Joyce McAnaney, and Colleen Gilles. Next in line are four lassies Dorothy Eeg, Helen Wurzel,
Margaret Schmitt, Rita Rach preparing yearbook layouts. Eugene Serres and Ellen Lyga, editors of the News and
Trumpet, respectively are examining pictures. Sister M. Francelyn, teacher of Journalism is in center picture.
the looks of it Eugene Kreibich and Charles Weisensel are deep in their work of sports layouts. is how
cameraman caught the birdie man. Betty Moriarity with Dorinne Urban, Elizabeth Fregin Dolores
A gathering, but not social because they have work to do on the Trumpetg they are Betty
Felicia Hoffman, Mary Thimmesch, Patricia Kimball, Pearl Allen, Lois Troyanek, and Florence
Pens for Peace
These smiling journalists look up from their work in the pressroom. They
ire Ilene Havlicek, Frances Stuber, Edith Campbell, Margaret Riley, and
Rita Weigel. Sister M. Lilian is Publication adviser. Busy Trumpet editors
are Robert Scheel, sportsg Rita Weigel, organizationsg Ellen Lyga, editor
,n chiefg and Loretta Skemp, sodality editor. Eugene Serres, Margaret
Riley, Ellen Lyga, and Rita Rathburn are distributing the 1943 Trumpet.
Phe business department is represented by Rose Marie Raper, Henry Funk,
Robert Daley, Jeanne Desmond, Pearl Allen, Margaret Flottmeyer. Some
nf the News editors are Louise Vyvyan, assistant News editorg Betty Delaney
and Loretta Skemp, editorial page editors, and Robert Scheel, sports.
The hustle and bustle around the pressroom is a sign of journalists busy
at work. There is always something to he done. Every two weeks the
students receive the Aquinas News and the time between is spent getting the
news and putting it out. Some of these journalists are also preparing the
year book. They are planning it and working hard to get it out in the
latter part of the school year. There is never a time when they have nothing
to do and below we find some of these busy people.
To Radlate Earthly Peace, Watt the Incense of Prayer Heavenward. NX
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Top row: G, Hackner, G. Katchel, B. Hafner, R. Korish, R. Bradburn, G. Hackner, M. Hartley, V. Soller, B. Habcrman and W. Graf.
Middle row: T. Shimanski, E, Wanner, E, Olsen, D. Huber, M. Fries, R. Regnier. F. Quinn, J. Ostrander, E. Olsen, E, Wanner, G. Katchel,
R, Regnier, A. Johnson, J. Becker, T. Shimanski. The entire cast
Bottom row: J. Knothe, G. Katchel, E, Serres, G, Hackner, G. Ka
R. Korish, and J. Krismer.
The lights are dim-the orchestra has completed the
finale and the curtain falls. Another successful play
presented by the dramatic guild at Aquinas comes to
a conclusion. Using as its foot-hold justice and the
principles of righteousness. the guild under the ex-
cellent direction of Sr. Margaret Mary produced plays
with similar effect,
D. Helfrick, R. Bradburn, G, Hackner, L. Amundson, B. Hafner,
Highlight of the year was the dramatic production
of the life of St. Thomas Moor, scholar and martyr.
The guild which has been in existence for years, has
brought both tears and smiles to the faces of its ap-
preciative audiences. All members of the guild are
voluntary and although every play calls for hard work
and after school hour work, they still enjoy each and
Sister M. Devota Sister M Cumsse
Sophomore Homeroom French
The student school Co-op, organized in 1938 for
the purpose of giving members the working prin-
ciples of Co-ops is still making it convenient to
make school purchases on the campus.
The Library Club was re-organized this year.
The purpose of its organization is to lend library
service to students throughout the day by desk ser-
vice, reading shelves, placing books, and keeping the
reading rooms inviting.
Pictures of both organizations lists officers and
Happy over the profit are: Buyer-F. Hayes, E.
Serres, E. Kreibich, J. Roth, President-J. Skemp.
Secretary-C, Dresen, Treasurer-J. Rathburn, and
Vice President-R. Brady-members of Co-op.
Wheels of the Library Club 1'un smoothly with
cooperation between officers and members. They
are left to right: Rita McHenry, Elaine Addis, Treas-
urer-Lenore Denning, President-Josephine Jiracek,
Secretary-Dolores Guggenbuehl, and Mary Jambois.
Want to know the reason why? Well, if the
reason is found in books, these Library club mem-
bers have the answer, They are left to right: Jac-
queline Hafner, Elizabeth Oestreicher, Therese Ma-
honey, Mary Quinn, Patricia Larkin, and Kathleen
Kracklauer, Kathryn and Dyane Troyanek.
When not working these Library Club members
are always found reading. Grouped around the
reading table are left to right: Pauline Miles, Mari-
lyn Seitz, Deonne Bradley, Mary Tyler, Mary Dwyer,
Theresa Murphy, Patricia Gale, and Lois Schomers.
"I think this index card goes in this drawerjl
replies Delores Strerncha to her colleagues who are
tiling cardsg they are: Margaret M. Bissen and Sig-
rid Stefferud. Rose Mary Potaracke and Dorothy
Pierce discuss a book while Eleanor Konetchy is
looking for one to suit her reading want.
Books and Business
Strive for Peace
Sister M. Alphonsa
First row: M. Giblin, R. Wurm, C. Pierce, W. Holicky, L. Paul, P. Wecker, T. Manuney, M. M
Bissen, F. Pahs, J. Krismer, J, Rathburn, E, Cummings. Second row: M, Dolezel, P. Kurtz, S
Strasser, L. Bott, C. Bull, E, Malay, F. Breidel, J. Birnbaum, E. Schmidt, P. Cina, D. Lanzel, E
Kerska, R. Stanek, D. Shoger, D, Pierce. R. Potoracki.
Start with thirty-four singing strings, add a dash of brass instrument,
cool with attempting tympany roll and you have that which brings to the war
stricken individual peace and contentment. Introducing itself to the public by
their first public appearance on Armistice Day, the Aquinas Orchestra was
dubbed promising from the very first performance. The orchestral arrange-
ments for the annual opperetta "Hats' Offi' and the musical background for the
dramatic production "He1'itagel' added another ribbon to the orchestras' col-
Not only as a group is the orchestra outstanding, but it also has many
promising individuals who have entertained at meetings and clubs. These en-
tertainers include: John Howard, John Williams, Mary Streicher, Marilyn Rice,
Pat Hase. Theresa Mahoney, Mary Pavela, Rosemary Fuchs, Margaret Ann
DeWolf, Delores Lanzel, Joan Rathburn, Elaine Shoger, Rosemary Wurm, and
Stand having on the Breastplate of Justice in the Wav Against Evil.
Third row: H. McMann, R. Fuchs, M. De Wolf, D. Nelson, J. Howard, E. Shoger, P. Hass, J. Kavanough, G. Wiltinger, G. -Gerke
M. J. Streicher. Standing: P. Hengel, V. McKoskey, M. McKoskey, M. Haggerty, C. Neuverth, B. Thiele, R. Bradburn, G. Smith, D
Sullivan, M. Hengel, J. Williams, M. Pavela, M, Stokes, M. Smith, M. Rice, W. Rudolph.
ight of Peace
G' Bizet . ' . ......l Intermezzg ....... .... .............. N O Cturne
Gounod Overture Mireille Flute soloist: John Howard
. b . Wagner ..................... Evening Star
De Beriot .................... Concert Aria .
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Clarinet soloist: Mary Joan Streicher Cello Sohst Theresa Ewa. Oxy. t
Massenet .......................... Elegie G' McKay """""' Symp Ome Ima ure
Violin Soloist: Rosemary Fuchs Sullivan ..,. Entrance and March of Peers
Handel ...,........................ Largo Music Confesf Numbers '
Soloist Margaret Ann De Wolf McKay ......,........ Symponie Minature
G. Bizet ,................... Song of India Brahms . Valse, op. 39, No. 15
Unity in Variety: Diversity,
First Row: C. Strasser: M. Seitz: M. Finley: M. Sexauer: P. Larkin: Fr. Pinion: J. Kreutz: L. Schams: F. Bilskemper: M. Tyler: B. I-Iaberman.
Second Row: M. Riley: R. Loechler: S. Randall: L. Arms: P. McGinley: P. Knapp: C. Hansen: F. Dawes: R. Schaefer: W. Wolle: T. Pierce:
D. Leibl: M. Bott: L. McGinnis: S. Wittenberg: E. Kreibich: H. Gittens: K. Johnston: M. Kammel. lMissing-Marian Hundtb.
Third row: W. Gunderson: B. Hafner: K. I-less: R. Richard: P. Downey: D. Wilder: C. Weisensel: IE. Costello: P. Wright: P. Hale.
THIS WAS THE YEAR. The Blugold Band
has led many a victory parade, but this band
played the accompaniment for Aquinas' first
gridiron Victory over Central. To play for
athletic contests must remain one of the most
important assignments of a high school band:
to back a winning team makes the assignment
a double pleasure. Five home football games
and three parades provided a busy fall march-
ing season. Several catchy new tunes added
interest to all home basketball games for
crowds already thrilled by the splendid per-
formance of a championship team. A small
but highly eilective section of the band sped
to the depot in time to give a rousing Welcome
to the champions returning from the St. Nor-
bert's Tournament. For outdoor work the
band is now able to muster 54 players in blue,
a drum major and majorette in white, and live
THE WINTER CONCERT on December 15
offered fourteen numbers, among which were:
"Hall of Fame," Olivadoti: "Show Boat,"
Kern: "American Patrolf, Meacham: "ln A
Persian Market," Ketelbeyg 'iDoge's March,"
Rosse: "Boogie-Woogie Band," Bennet: "Cir-
ibiribinf' Pestalozza: "I Want To Be Happy,"
Youmans: "White Christmas," Berlin: "Wash-
ington Post" and "The Stars and Stripes For-
ever," Sousa. The Twirlers entertained with
a skit "This Is The Army."
THE SPRING CONCERT on May 11 also
presented a variety program: "Victory and
Fame," Holmes: "Emperor Waltz," Strauss:
"Victory Overture" based on Beethoven's Fifth
Symphony, Coons: "Morning, Noon, and Night
in Vienna," Suppe: "Panis Angelicusf'
Franck: "The Bells of St. Mary's:" Concert
March, Adams: "Lady of Spain," Evans: "Ca-
nadian Capersj' Teague: "Semper Fidelis"
and "The Thundererj' Sousa.
ibut in Ilccord
J. Weber: R. Schreier: M. Kleinsmith.
REMARKABLE IMPROVEMENT in intona-
tion, expression, and balance was very notice-
able especially during the latter part of the
year due to daily drill in fundamentals. With
lessons added the Aquinas Band can reach the
top. At the close of the season there were 62
players in the concert band with several more
in training. The fine group spirit character-
istic of all past Aquinas Bands was up to par
in this one. That spirit Was demonstrated in
performances and social functions sponsored
by the band, notably "The Clef Clop," the an-
nual Band Dance. The talent, interest, and
spirit of the members continue to make the
Work a pleasure for the director, Fr. Pinion,
who is completing his eighth year at Aquinas.
Margaret Riley ................... President
William Gianoli ..... .... V ice President
Rita Costello ......,... ....... S ecretariy
Charles Weisensel .... ........ T reasurer
Beverly Kneesel ..... .... D rum Majorette
Dale Wilder .....,. ..., D rum Major
w: J. McLooneg P. Murphy: R. I-lorschakg P, Allen: G. Felsheim: F. I-lnys: B. Lepsch: J. Ostranderg C. Stark. .
Row: M. McCord: W. Rudolph: W. Gianoli: E. Melntyreg J. Snyder: B. Kneeselg J. Flanagan: B. Delaney: M. Rendel-
Fr. J. B. Pinion - Director
Sister M. Agnes Clare
' Unity and Peace
The Aquinas Choruses of 150 voices presented a year of outstanding performances.
On St. Cecilia's Day a program was dedicated to Mary Queen of Peace by the com-
bined girlsl choruses singing the Salve Regina and Salve Mater. The Mixed chorus
sang "Marching Along" by Savino accompanied by the orchestra. The Boys' Double
Quartette appeared on an Armistice Day Program at Vocational School, which fea-
tured "We're Tenting Tonightn by Kittridge. At Christmas time, the Sophomore
Girls' Chorus presented a cantata 'The Christ Child" by Howleyg dramatization was
by members of the speech class. Climaxing the year's curriculum, a patriotic oper-
etta, "Hats Off," was given by the Junior and Senior Chorus on Jan. 16 and 17. A
Spring Concert in Music Week featured the various chorus groups.
Solo artists, who appeared at various school functions, also made guest appear-
ances at the St, James Altar Society meetings, the K, C. meeting, and at the Aquinas
Guild, were Ruth Korish, Patricia Sciborski. Joan Gallagher, Elaine Jacobson, Marie
Kcrish, Mary Cody, Joyce McAnaney, and Alberta Kistler, Mary Ellen Jambois, Mar-
garet Ann De Wolf, Mary Margaret Havlik, and Rita Weigel.
Top Picture, top row: Thomas
Garthwaile, Mark Walljasper,
Henry Fellner, Robert Schield,
George Konetchy, James Donn-
delinger, Walter Kofta, John
Gilles, Richard Poellinger, Jos-
eph Havlik, James Bock.
Second Picture, top row: Doris
Kries, Josephine Anny. Lucille
Heberlein, Mary Poellinger,
Ruth Doherty, Sigrid Steffrud,
Kathryn Monti, Pauline Miles.
Second row: Florence Feuling,
Mary Gorman, Marguerite No-
vak, Petra Anderson, Lenora
Denning, Grace Muehr, Louise
Schams. Third row: Joyce
McGuire, Carol Atlee, Marion
Lipovetz, Ruth Knothe, Rita
McMahann, Elizabeth Mueller,
Ruth Konter, Mary Coughlin,
Caroline Kohlwey, Fourth row:
Doris Tischrek, Patricia Sci-
borski, Betty Oestreicher, Ma-
rianne Larkin, Ruth McGaugh-
ey, Mary Quinn, Kathryn Sob-
Third Picture. Dyane Troyanek,
Gwen Hutson, Shirley Sinniger,
Joyce Gagermeier, Helen Galla-
ger, Beverly Beranek, Estelle
Bicha. Second row: Jeannine
Haddad, Ellen Larkin, Mary
Anne Roth, Virginia Albrecht.
Dorothy Skemp, Charlotte Dre-
sen, Kathryn Murphy. Third
row: Angela Higgens, Mary
Bakalars, Arlene Strasser, Pa-
tricia Kerrigan, Kathleen
Kracklauer, Jeanette Merrell,
Leona Sheehan. Fourth row:
Jacqueline Hafner, Bonnie
Kirk, Mary E. Woodward, Mar-
ilyn Purdy, Joan Gallager, Ja-
nice Sokolik, Marie Wanniger.
MIXED CHORUS Sailing Song ....... ...-.. L ehar
Ave Maria ......................... Arcadelt Cornfield Melodies ............... Arr: Gates
Were you There ....... . . Negro Spiritual ,
Kye Song of St. Bride .. ......... Clokey GIRLS CHORUS -
Nadias Song -------..- - - Savino The 'Years At the Spring . . . ,....... Cain
Marching Along .. Savino Adoro Te ................ . . Gregorian
America My Own .............. ..... C ain June Rhapsgdy .,,,,,.,... .. DaI1161S
Goin Home ...................... .. Dvorak Let All My Life Be Music . . . . . . Spross
BOYS' CHORUS Butterfly ,................. .. Jenkins
Tenting Tonight .................. Kittredge Vere Languores Nostros . .. LOW!
Pirate Song ............ . . Freeman High Rain on the River ....... ..... F OX
Down The Open Road . . ......... Haney Night Song ............. .. Clokey
Top Picture, left to right:
Donald Scheitzach, John
Stokes, Carl Gerke, Jack
Malay, Arthur Klein, John
Gorman, Paul Marcotte,
Paul Muetze, Thomas Shi-
manski, Francis Potaracke,
Victor Soller, Carrol Wall-
jasper, Wayne Kleinertz.
Second Picture, top row:
Frances Masewicz, Dorothy
Eeg, Joy Weiland, Ilene
Havlicek, Betty Sullivan,
Mary Thimmesch, Betty
Dusso, Betty Stuher.
Second Row: Lorraine
Check, Alice Bagniefski, Al-
berta Cuta, Dorothy Kelly,
Frances Stuber, H e 1 e n
Koebl, Marie Korish,
Third row: Lorraine Ros-
marynoski, Jean Papenfuss,
Beverly Lemke, Elaine Jac-
obson, Edith Campbell,
Marian Kouri, Rosemary
Third Picture. top row:
Carol Bruha, Fern Kelly,
Irene Soller, Eleanor Ko-
netchy. Dorothy Ness, Lois
Second row: Irene Reget,
Elizabeth Brown, Virginia
Dockendorff, Mary Ellen
Jambois, Irene Roth, Mar-
ian Redig, Alberta Kistler.
Third raw: Beverly Ehrsam,
Peggy Deininger, Dorothy
Potaracke, Donna Huber,
Betty Miller, Airietta John-
son, Virginia Dorsey.
Fourth Picture, top row:
Barbara Wooley, Mary Hav-
lik, Ruth Korish, Rosemarie
Raper, Joanne Conklin, The-
resa Kloss, Dolores Guggen-
buehl, Rita McHenry and
Second Row: Jeanne Mur-
phy, Virginia Weissenber-
ger, Marianne Mickschl,
Rosemary Wurm, E 1 o d a
Graf, B e t t y Haberman,
Dorinne Urban, Phyllis
Third Row: Marion Stel-
lick, Virginia Riniker, Shir-
ley Wittenberg. Connie
Walljasper, Mary Cody, Lor-
raine Amundson, Joyce Mc-
Ananey, Kathleen Skemp,
Fourth Row: Marion Sob-
kowiak, Patricia Kurtz, Bet-
ty Moriarity, Elizabeth
Wanner, Marie Kleinsmith,
Felicia Hoffman, Elaine
Addis, Kathryn Wiggert.
"Hats ff" Salutes Peace
Again we say, 'tHats Off, Everybodyf, as we look back with pride o'er the pages of time and glimpse once more at
the characters of that famous operetta. Carroll Walljasper and Ruth Korish sing out with a soft melody or "The
Song of the Ocean."
T. Shiinanski stands fearlessly before J. Stokes and A. Klein. "Ho Hum and a bottle of rum"-strains from these
"It would be dangerous," explains Rita McHenry as she warns Donald Scheitzach and Richard Johnston, "Just
giendsu of the seagoing heroes are these pretty maids about whom the men sigh and say, 'tYou'd be so nice to come
Jack Malay looks on doubtfully as Paul Marcotte explains that he is big and strong, and wants to join the Navy.
The entire cast of the operetta pauses at the Inn for a salute to John Paul Jones. Scotchish dancers entertain
visitors at the Inn.
Oh-yes-sailors? These patriots are those who have also 'fone in every port." Another group of fair ladies enjoy
fun alnd frolic at the inn. P. Deininger and V. Soller "swing a square dance" while D. Kelly and I. Reget pause as "little
Father Norbert Bingen
h e G r i d i ro n ....
Blugolds end last Jinx
Emerging from the 1943 campaign with flying colors,
the Aquinas high school eleven climaxed one of its
biggest seasons in history with a record of four vic-
tories and three defeats.
Among its most impressive achievements, is the fact
that the 1943 edition of Blugold gridsters succeeded in
defeating the Red Raiders of Central. That game has
ended the last so-called "jinx" of Aquinas intra-city
Charging its way to an early lead, a powerful Aquin-
as eleven rnarched to its first victory of the season by
conquering McDonnell high of Chippewa Falls 52-O.
Halfback Frankie Quinn paved the way for the Blu-
golds by crossing the double marker four times, while
Ray Monsoor, playing his first and last game for Aquin-
as before entering the Navy, played a superb defensive
game from his guard position.
In 48 minutes of thrill-packed football, Aquinas high
schoolts spirited Blugolds captured a victory that
Aquinites have awaited for ten years. They defeated
the Red Raiders of Central by a score of 24-12. It
would be an injustice to the remainder of the squad
to pick out any individual hero as every man on the
Blugold roster did his share and more, although Frank
Quinn and Bill Breuer scored two touchdowns each.
The Blugolds of Aquinas stretched their victory
string to three straight by setting a strong Campion
Academy eleven aside 18-13. After Quinn and Ingham
had scored for Aquinas, the Red Knights fought back,
grabbing a 13-12 lead early in the fourth quarter.
Walljasper brought about an Aquinas victory seconds
later, however, when he pulled in George Hecht's short
pass on the 45-yard line and sprinted the remaining
55 yards to provide the victory margin.
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A surprising Logan eleven doused Aquinas' title hopes by grabbing a close
6-0 decision from the previously unbeaten Blugolds. The Catholic school
eleven were handicapped considerably by the enforced absence of four r6gu1aI'S
because of injuries. Buss Peterson led the Logan ground gainers while fullbaflk
Bill Breuer of Aquinas shone defensively even in defeat.
Displaying a bewildering passing and running game, a strong Edgewood
Academy eleven from Madison came from behind to trounce the Blugolds 32-24.
Aquinas drew first blood in the initial canto when George Hecht tossed touch-
down passes to Ken Ingham and Frankie Quinn in succession. Edgewood, how-
ever, struck back shortly after and with Jim Doar displaying an uncanny ability
to hit the Academy receivers with his aerials, romped on from there to an ap-
parently easy win.
The Loras Gubs added another victory to their almost spotless slate by
turning back a crippled Aquinas team 18-0. The Gubs jumped off to an early
lead just after the opening kickoff with halfback Tierney leading the way. The
Iowans constantly ripped off six or seven yards at a time with the weakened
Aquinas forward wall crumbling in the center. The Blugolds came to life in
the waning seconds of aerials to Ken Ingham and Carroll Walljasper in Loras ter-
ritory, but the final gun ended this sustained threat just short of the goal line.
The Aquinas eleven finished the 1943 football season in great style by
smothering St. Pat's of Eau Claire 33-0. Frankie Quinn accounted for two
touchdowns, while Bill Breuer, George Hecht and Frank Hottinger each crossed
the double stripe once. Rich Shimshak split the uprights three times, and Don
Scheitzach and Bill Knothe played an outstanding defensive game.
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Mr. John Michuta
Boys' Physical Educa
Pigskin Carriers ....
Eight seniors ended their Aquinas football careers
when the final gun sounded at the Aquinas-St. Pat's
game. They are briefly mentioned here, not because
they alone guided the 1943 edition of gridders to be one
of the best in the schoolis football history, but because
they will no longer perform for the Blue and Gold.
Frank Quinn, who made his way into Blugold star-
dom in his Sophomore year by accounting for the de-
ciding tally which set the Edgewood eleven in the loss
column. He has been one of Aquinas' most injured
men, which curtailed his playing a great deal, but
through many minutes of painful play he showed he
had what it takes.
Bill Breuer, who stuck it out two very hard years,
because of the competition, to become a great full-
back. It was his drive that scored twice for the Blu-
golds in the Central game, and his only wish is that
he could get another crack at Aquinas' Cass st. rivals.
Rich Shimshak, who. it is said, knew the plays so
well that he could play a relief role in any position on
the team. If an all-Aquinas eleven is ever chosen, "Big
Richl' surely deserves to occupy the iirst string tackle
Ken Ingham. by displaying superb end qualities,
gained and held a Hrst string berth in that position.
'tHambone," as well as being a great man on offense,
very seldom let any opposition come galloping around
Carroll Walljasper, who first saw action this sea-
son, proved that it is not impossible to start at the bot-
tom and work up. Acting as quarterback, "Kato"
thrilled the stands more than once by Utotin, " that pill
down field for many a fancy run.
George Hecht, the lad who solved Coach Michuta's
halfback worries. Because of his uncanny ability to
pick out the holes and go on through, George very sel-
dom saw the team working from the sidelines.
Bill Knotlie, another lad who stuck it out and
showed that it was worth while by putting in enough
time to gain a great amount of grid talent and possibly
an "AW sweater. Keep up the good work, t'Smoky."
Don Scheitzach, a newcomer into the gridiron
game, who started out the season as quarterback and
ended it up as a guard. Small, but a surprise package
to any opposition who dared to come through his side
of the line.
Standing left to right: Carroll Walljasper, Coach Michuta, Frankie Quinn, Charles Beranek, Bill Knothe, Frank l-lottinger. Jim Smith.
George llecht, Rich Shimshak, Bob Baum, Arnie Stoltz, Sylvester' Strasser, Tom Brzowsky. Don Wakeen. Ken Ingham, Gabe Cina, Bob
Schreier, Bill Breuer, Jim Cassidy. Art Klein, Charlie Schmikla. Kneeling: Norman Vogel, mgr,, Dick Hengel, Ed Rendler, Bob Ryan,
Jim Knothe, Don Scheitzach, Leonard Knutson, Jim Bock, George Monsoor.
1943 - FOOTBALL BOX SCORE - 1943
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Oct. 9 Campion ..... . . 18 13
Oct. 16 Logan ...... . . 0 6
Oct. 24 Edgewood . . , . 21 32
Oct. 31 Loras ...... . . 0 18
Nov. 7 At St. Pafs ,. 33 0 In Pursuing Peace
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These are the H143-44 city basketball champions. The back row, left to right, Paul Marcotte. Charlie
Schmikla and Ji S iborski' middl R . Norbert Bin en athletic di ctor Bob Skem .lun
m c , e row, ev 5 , re - P-
Smith, Bob Baum and Coach Michuta: front row, Frankie Quinn, Rich Shimshak, Ken Ingham, Leo
Simones and Charles "Sonny" Beranek. Not pictured is Carroll Walljasper, who left Aquinas at the
end of the first semester. Also not pictured is Jim Dayton.
Coach John Michuta and Rev. N. Bingen, ath-
letic director, exchange smiles while looking over
the city championship trophies. Coach Michuta
holds the SJLH sport shop trophy and Father
Bingen has the WKBH radio station award.
City Champs . . .
Tournament Champs ....
This year's Blugolds made history not only in
football, but also on the basketball court. For the
first time in the school's 9-year basketball history
with other city schools, Aquinas won all four games.
Coach Michuta's five also took first place in the
St. Norbert's tournament, winning the Bishop Rhode
trophy. The Blugolds have won the tournament once
before, in 1941.
Messmer high school of Milwaukee was first to
fall before Aquinas, the La Crosse boys taking them
41-40. At the end of the first period, Messmer had a
15-10 lead and kept it during the second and third
periods. Shortly before the Hnal gun the score was
tied 39-39 and Leo Simones put in a shot that gave
the Blugolds the victory.
Aquinas defeated St. Mary's of Menasha in a
Sunday afternoon contest, 28-21, March 12. Ingham
netted 17 points to lead the Blugolds. In the flnal
contest against Edgewood, the Michutamen won by
a 44-38 count. Although trailing 9-8 at the end of
the first canto, the Boys in Blue poured in 10 points
during the second period and 17 during the third
to lead 36-25 as the iinal frame began. Simones and
Ingham had 12 points apiece.
Aquinas placed two men on the all-tournament
team. They were Frank Quinn and Ken Ingham.
Aquinas lost its first contest 25-24 to
Viroqua high school in a double overtime
game. Ken Ingham sparked the Aquinas
cagers with ten points.
Leo Simones and Ken Ingham supplied a
major share of the points when the Blu-
golds defeated Lourdes of Rochester, 35-20.
The Cotter Ramblers from Winona, Minn.,
were next on the Aquinas list, taking a 37-
19 beating. Ingham again topped the scor-
ing list with ten points.
Carroll Walljasper led the Aquinas tive
with a total of 8 points in a 27-20 victory
over the visitors. Frankie Quinn and Leo
Simones had 7 and 6.
Holding a sizable lead throughout three
quarters, the Michutamen lost 27-26 to To-
mah high school. Tomah began to pour in
the baskets in the Hnal period and crept up
to within one point of the Aquinas score
When Cramer sunk one in the last minute of
play to give Tomah the Win.
In a return engagement with the Ram-
blers, Aquinas defeated them 44-34. Ken
Ingham collected 17 points.
The Alumni, led by John Pavela, grabbed
a 25-23 Win from the Aquinites. Carroll
Walljasper topped the varsity With 11
L Central--.T an. 7
The season's first clash between the Red
Raiders and Aquinas saw the Blugold quin-
tet take a 28-22 victory on the Hixon floor.
Aquinas controlled the scoring department
all during the first half, and although the
Raiders tightened in the third period, Coach
Michuta's quintet managed to keep a six-
point lead through the last canto. Ken
Ingham had 11 counters, While "Tex"
Carlsson was high for the losers with 15.
After trailing all through the first quarter,
Aquinas came out on top of a 21-17 score at
Lourdes in Rochester, Minn. Leo Simones was
high with 12 points.
Westby-.T an. 11
Westby high school was next on the Blu-
golds' list, losing 22-15. Ingham led his mates
with an 8 point total.
St. Patrick's-Jan. 14
Taking its seventh straight win, the Aquinas
quintet defeated St. Pat's of Eau Claire, 43-24.
Ken Ingham gathered 12 counters, Leo Simones
10 and Carroll Walljasper 9.
Campion-J an. 19
Campion academy of Prairie du Chien clip-
ped Aquinas' Winning streak by giving them a
35-27 beating. Carroll Walljasper led scoring
with ten counters.
Logan-J an. 21
Aquinas Won its second intra-city contest Jan.
21, defeating Logan 41-19. The Rangers were on
the tail end of the scoring all through the game,
trailing 27-9 at the half. Leo Simones took the
scoring honors, racking up 16 points,
In the top picture are cheerleaders Gene Serres and Irene
The Freshman cagers are shown in the middle picture, They
are left to right. back row: Coach Michuta. T. Bracken, J. Knutson.
R. I-lorschak, W, Whalen, J. Weiland, R. Larkin. Front row:
J. Wanner, W. Burns, R. Lepsch, W. Swinghammer, R. Moriarity.
The Aquinas "B" squad in the bottom picture is: front row.
left to right: J. Wagner, R. Preeschl, P. Murphy. D. McConaghy.
J. Skemp, Dick Preeschl, M. Walljasper. Back row: Coach Michuta,
V. Grabinski, J. Burns, R. Novak, J. Garihee, J. Scihorski, R.
The picture at the left is a scene at the Aquinas-Central contest at Central where the Blugolds won '3 U Players are left to right
Beranek, 35 Shilnshak: Solie, 22 tllentrallg Graham, 6 lCentralj Carlsson 'I 1Central1 and Frankie Quinn at the right The qqnter
picture, at the same game, shows Rich Shimshak leaping high in the air Frank Quinn 7 is in the foreground ulth Dave Solie ol'
Central. At the right is Bob Larson, Central, and in the left background are Tex Carlsson of Central and Sonny Beranek Blugolrl guard
The picture at the right is another view of the Central game.
Carroll Walljasper played the final game of
his Aquinas basketball career as the Blugolds
trounced Loras 53-32. Ingham led scoring with
16 pointsg Walljasper collected 11.
In a return game, the Blugolds set back
Sparta high school by a 39-23 count. Frankie
Quinn led scoring with a total of 18 points.
Aquinas clinched the city championship by
edging out Central 24-23 on the Aquinas floor.
The teams scored point for point the first quar-
ter, ending it with a 7-7 count. The Raiders
were out on top at the half, 14-11, but Coach
Michuta's squad evened things up at 17-all and
took the lead as the final quarter began. Ken
Ingham was high for Aquinas with 12 points.
Nov. 23 Viroqua . . ,.,.. 24 25
Dec. 3 Lourdes . . . . 35
Dec. 10 Cotter ..... . . . 37
Dec. 14 Sparta ...,... . . . 27
Dec. 16 At Tomah .... 26
Dec. 19 At Cotter . . . . . 44
Dec. 22 Alumni ...,. . .. 23
Jan. 7 At Central ... ... 28
Jan. 9 At Lourdes ....... . . . 21
Jan. 14 At St. Patrick's . . . . . . 43
Jan. 19 Campion ....... . . . 27
Jan. 21 Logan ....... . .. 43
Jan. 28 At Loras . . .. . 53
Feb. 1 At Sparta . . . . . 35
Feb. 4 Central ...... . . . 24
Feb. 11 St. Patrick's . 40
Feb. 12 At Campion . . . .. 25
Feb. 18 At Logan . . - -- 38
Feb. 25 Loras ..... . .. 38
BASKETBALL BOX SCORE
Pos. Player Games FG FT
F K. Ingham 23 87 36
F L. Simones 23 64 35
G F. Quinn 23 60 29
G C. Walljasper 14 36 17
C R. Shimshak 23 33 14
G C. Beranek 21 12 9
C J. Smith 20 5 8
F C. Schmikla 12 5 1
F J. Dayton 14 2 2
G R. Baum 9 1 1
F R. Skemp 4 1 0
F P. Marcotte 3 1 0
G A. Klein 1 1 0
G J. Sciborski 3 0 0
St. Pat's-Feb. 11
The Aquinas Blugolds netted 17 points in
the third canto to defeat St. Pat's 40-20.
Traveling to Prairie du Chien, Aquinas
took its second beating from the Campion
Knites 35-25. Simones was high scorer.
Logan-Feb. ' 18
Winning their fourth and final intra-city
game of the season, the Aquinas cagers made
history beating Logan 38-27. The teams
fought to a 14-14 tie at the half, but collected
16 points in the third frame and held a com-
fortable lead the rest of the game. Frankie
Quinn was high for Aquinas.
Aquinas ended its 1933-44 basketball sea-
son with a record of 14 wins and five losses
by defeating Loras of Dubuque, Ia., 38-34.
Ken Ingham and Leo Simones led scoring
with seven points each, followed by Frankie
Quinn with six and Sonny Beranek with five.
Intramural basketball got under way at
Aquinas Monday, December 13 and continu-
ed throughout the winter until the early
part of March. Fourteen teams composed
two leagues to present loads of entertain-
ment in the form of spills and thrills for the
noon-hour fans. With the abandonment of
C.Y.O. basketball, intra-mural games were
played on Sunday afternoon in addition to
the regular daily tilts.
The Firehorse quintet, composed of
Jack Beranek, Len Knutson, Dick Wuensch,
Bob Schaefer and Frank Hottinger, cap-
tured the upper league crown, while the
Grimy Gleeps won the lower league title.
Members of the Gleeps were: Don Larson,
Ed Rendler, Dick Naegle, Frank Keaveny,
and Gene Twite.
As in previous years, an all-star team
was selected from each league by the sports
staff of the Aquinas News. Bob Daley
Gene Serres, 'John Schmitz, Jim Melde, Ed
Semb, Dick Wuensch, Jack Beranek and
Hank Funk were chosen from the upper
league, while Jim Knutson, Keith Kleinertz,
Frank Keaveny, Ed Rendler, Rudy Hor-
schak, Jim Wanner, Don Larson, and Joe
Beranek were selected from the lower
bracket. Serres and Knutson were the top
scorers of their respective leagues with
totals of 90 and 106 points.
Slug ers . . . .
The Aquinas diamondmen finished the
1943 season with a record of six wins and two
losses. West Salem formed the Blugolds' first
opposition April 22. Aquinas won 7-2 with
Walljasper and Hecht leading the La Crosse
nine with two hits apiece. Johnston and Wall-
jasper handled mound duties for Aquinas.
April 30 the Blugolds defeated Winona at
Copeland park 8-2. Three runs were scored
in the third inning and two in the fourth and
three more in the fifth. Quinn, Ingham and
Schmikla had doubles. Walljasper and John-
ston shared hurling duties.
Logan diamondeers, aided by "Babe"
Rieber's one-hit hurling, outscored the Blu-
golds 2-1. Schmikla scored Aquinas' only run
in the last inning.
In a return game with West Salem, the
Blugold nine defeated them 8-1. Frank Quinn
knocked a long one into the left field fence that
gave him a home run and brought in Pavela
for Aquinas' first two scores. In the fourth,
Walljasper walked to load the bases after
Wright had doubled and sent Shimshak to
third. Finn brought in two runs and Pavela's
bingle the third.
The 1943 edition of the Blugold diamon men r , e o rig 3
d 21 e 1 ft t ht
front rowz G. Hecht, W. Wright, C. Walljasper, F. Quinn, D.
Finn, and E. Dwyer, Standing: Coach Michuta, C, Schmiokla, R.
Monsoor, R. Shimshak, K, Ingham. G. Johnston, d J, Pavela.
May 14, the Aquinas boys played error-
less ball on the Hixon diamond, defeating the
Central Red Raiders 16-3. Johnston, the Blu-
gold hurler, allowed only two free passes while
giving up ten hits. The Central nine began
scoring but Aquinas held a sizeable lead the
rest of the game.
Traveling to Winona, the Aquinas nine
outplayed Winona 8-3. Johnston pitched for
the Blugolds, giving up 7 hits. The Minneso-
tans were ahead during the first five innings,
when walks by Quinn and Ingham were fol-
lowed by Wright's triple.
Meeting Central a second time, Aquinas
again beat the Raiders, this time 7-5. Central
started scoring and the Blugolds got their
first run in the third. Finn singled in the
fifth to bring in Ingham. Both teams got two
runs in the sixth.
June 2 Aquinas came out second best in
the intra-city competition, losing to Logan -1-3.
The Blugolds got all three runs in the third.
Logan scored two runs in the fourth and two
in the sixth.
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K Take unto you the Helmet of Salvation in Crusading for Peace.
The 1943 tennis team, left to right: Bob Schelble, Father Bingen,
coach, Gene Serres, Bill Opitz and Bob Hanus, Not pictur d a
Bob Schaefer and Sonny Beranek.
Racquet men ....
The Blugold netmen came out of the 1943
season with a record of one win and five losses.
The racqueteers had one returning letterman,
Bob Hanus, besides Bob Schelble, Bill Opitz,
Gene Serres and Bob Schaefer.
Aquinas got off to a good start, defeating
the Logan netters 4-1, May 5, when the match-
es were called off because of rain. Bill Opitz,
Gene Serres and Bob Schelble won, while Bob
Hanus lost a close match, 3-6, 6-1, 9-7. Bob
Schaefer was victorious 5-7, 6-4, 7-5.
Central gave the Blugolds a 7-0 beating on
the Teachers' college and Myrick park courts.
Bill Graham defeated Bob Hanus, 6-0,6-0, and
Bob Schaefer lost 6-1, 6-1. The Central boys
also won both doubles matches.
May 12 the Aquinas netmen lost to Ona-
laska 6-1. Bob Schelble took the only winning
match 4-6, 6-1, 6-2. Opitz, Hanus, Serres, and
Schaefer were beaten by the winning team.
Logan edged out the Aquinas boys in the
Logan courts, 5-4. Bob Schelble and Bill
Opitz scored for the Blugolds, while a combin-
ation of Serres and Opitz won the third point
in their doubles match.
May 18 Onalaska. defeated Aquinas 6-1.
Gene Serres captured the only Blugold point,
goiing fhree sets to hold Bob Gullickson 2-6,
6- , 6- .
Central gave the Blugolds a second 7-0
beating May 27. Bill Graham, Central's num-
ber one man, trounced Bob Hanus 6-0, 6-0.
Opitz lost to Sib Felton and Ben Overton
downed Bob Schelble.
The 1944 Aquinas mittmen are, left to right, back row: L. Bott,
J. Dayton, R. Justin, L. Knutson, N. Gittens, R. Proksch, Coach
Michuta.. Front row: J, Dolan, C. Boma, J. Wanner, R. Boma,
V. Sweeney, and G. Cina,
Aquinas fight fans got their first eyeful of
the 1944 mittmen Friday, March 24, when 30
hopeful leather slingers battled it out for po-
sitions on the Blugold ring squad. Len Knut-
son and Lawrence Bott battled to a draw in
three furious rounds. Jim Knutson, Ray Boma,
Erwin Volk, Jim Wanner, Jim Dayton, Jim
Bennett, Ralph Shedivy, Bob Bagniefski, Bill
Knothe, Bill Buckner, Bob Justin and Jim No-
lan defeated their opponents in the other
In the initial match, the mittmen fell be-
fore the Viroqua team 71,0-315. Vincent
Sweeney started things out right for the Blu-
golds by winning his 92-pound match from
Viroqua's Norm Sidie, while Ray Boma lost to
Everson at 100 pounds. In the 108-pound
division Charles Borna dropped a decision to
Groves, as Bob Justin fought Brinkley to a
draw in a 116 pounder.
Gabe Cina, plucky Blugold pugilist,
pounded out a decisive win over Orrin Arne-
son at 132 pounds. The Aquinas team took it
on the chin in the following bout when Kelley
Morrison of Viroqua scored a TKO over
Lawrence Bott. Len Knutson then fought
Lyle Wanner to a draw, as Bill Knothe lost to
The Michutamen avenged their defeat by
edging out Mauston in a close match 6-5.
Sweeney again started the evening out by gain-
ing a point for the Blugolds, this time defeat-
ing Sorenson at 92 pounds. Gittens was the
next Aquinas winner, defeating Grefe in a
close match, while Bob Justin gained a de-
cision over Steiner. Gabe Cina, scored a TKO
over R. Mauer in the second round of their 132-
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The Most Rev, Alexander J, McGavick
The MOSt Rev. William R. Griffin, D. D.
Sister M. Agnes Clare-60
Sister M. Alphonsai56
Father Stephen Anderl-15, 16, 51
Sister M. Berthai35, 37
Father Norbert Bingen-28, 63, 68, 73
Sister M, Clementai28
Father Claire Cooney-16, 22
Sister M. Cunisse-30, 55
Sister M. Devotai55
Sister M. Elizabeth-42
Sister M, Eunice-43
Addis, Elaine-17, 18, 55, S1
Albrecht, Virginia-40, 60
Allen, Pearl-17, 28, 52, 53, 59
Amundson, Lorraine-17, 50, 54, 61, 62
Anderson, Petra-24, 40, 60, 64
Bakalars, Mary La
Anny, Josephine-26, 40, S0
Archambeau, Mary Jane-40
Arentz, Dorothy-17, 61
Arenz, Catherine-16, 32
Arms, Lorraine-40, 58
Atlee, Caro1f40, 60
Atlee, Hen ry-32
2, 61, 62
Bakalars, Kenneth-40, 51
Baum, Robert-16, 32, 37, 54, 66, 68
Becker, Joseph-35, 40, 54
Beranek, Beverly-40, 60
Beranek, Charles-32, 66, 67, 68. 69, 70
Bettin, Rita-16, 17
Betz, Delores-20, 44
Bicha, Estelle-40, 60
Bilskemper, Frances-32, 58
Birnbaum, Juanita-44, 57
Birnbaum, Nancy-26, 44
Bissen, Margaret Mary-32, 55. 57
Bjcrkman, Janice-44, 50
Bock, Jamesi35, 40, 60, 66
Boma, Charles-44, 73
Boma, Raymond-40, 73
Bott, Lawrencei40, 56, 73
Bott, Mary Janef40, 59
Sister M, Fortunaf26
Sister M. Francelyn-52
Father Claire Cooneyf22
Sister M. Genevieve-22
Sister M, Georgiana-46
Sister M. Gervina-24
Father Lloyd Geisler-18, 51
Mrs. Ruth Good-16, 47
Father Robert Hansen-33
Mr. John Halaska-18
Sister M, Lambertaf45
Sister M. Laurdinda-37
Father Philip Leinfelderf-44
Sister M. Leonitai20
Sister M. Lilliani53
Sister M. Madonna-39
Sister M. Marcella-45
Sister Margaret Mary-54
Sister M. Maureen-30
Mr. John Michuta-65, 66, 68, 70, 72
Sister M. Modesta-41
Father Daniel O'R,eil1yi44
Sister M. Petrella-40
Father John Pinion-58, 67
Father John Pritzl-13, 16, 18, 28
Sister M. Sabina-46
Miss Lois She1dong4'7
index to Student Photos
Boyle, Rose Marie-44
Bracken, Thomas-44, 70
Brandburn, Richardfiitl, 40, 57
Bradley, Deonne-40, 55
Brady, Richard-33, 35, 51, 54, 55
Breidl, Francis-22, 56
Breuer, Ritai28, 32
Breuer, William-17, 64, 66
Breummer, Gloria-17, 28, 48, 66
Brody, Margaret-16, 17, 20, 66
Brown, Elizabeth-32, 61
Brown, Joseph-32, 35, 54
Bruha, Carolf32, 51, 54, 61, 62
Brzowsky, Thomas-32, 66
Bull, Charles-44, 56
Bumford, Margaret Mary-44
Burns, James-40, 70
Burns, William-20, 44, 70
Campbell, Edith-32, 53, 61
Cassidy, Jamesf32, 64, 66
Check, Lorraine-33, 39, 61, 62
Cina, Gabriel-35, 66, 73
Cina, Phyllis-17, 57
Cody, Maryi17, 48, 61, 62, 66
Conklin, Joanf17, 61
Costello, Rita-33, 39, 51, 58
Coughlin, Mary-40, 60
Cummings, Eunice-17, 48, 57
Cuta, Alberta-18, 33, 39, 61, 62
Daley, Robert-19, 28, 48, 51, 53
Daugherty, Rggh Marie-40, 60
Dawes, Franc --40, 58
Dayton, James-432, 73
De Jarlois, Laure1fZl2
De Wolf, Margaret-32, 56
Deininger, Peggy-32, 35, 50, 54, 61, 62
Delaney, Betty-19, 28, 30, 53, 59
Denning, Lenore-40, 55, 60
Desmond, Jeanne-19, 28, 53, 66
Desmond, Mary-20, 44
Dockendorfi, Virginiaf32, 61, 62
Dolan, James-44, 73 A
Dolezel, Mariong19, 56
Donndelinger, Bettyf15, 16, 30, 66
Donndelinger, Jamesf3'7, 40, 54, 60
Dorsey, Virginias32, 61
Downey, Phyllis-32, 58
Dresen, Charlotte--40, 55, 60
Dusso, Betty-16, 32, 61, 62
Dvorak, Mary Ann-44
Dwyer, Jerome-44, 51
Dwyer, Mary Janef40, 55
Eeg, Dorothy-33, 39, 50, 52, 61. 62
Ehrsam, Beverly-32, 61, 62
Fay, John-40, 60
Felsheim, Glenn-40, 59
Feuling, Florence-40, 60
Fillner, Henry-40, 60
Finley, Margaret-32, 58
Finn, John-22, 44, 54
Fitzpatrick, Donaldi19, 48
Flanagan, Gerald-22, 44
Flanagan, John-40, 59
Flottmeyer, Margaret-19, 53
Forran, George-32, 35
Fregin, Elizabeth-19, 52
Fries, Mary Ellen-32, 54
Fuchs, Rosemary-40, 56
Funk, Henry-15, 16, 53
Gagermeier, Joyce-41, 60
Gallagher, Joan-16, 41, 51, 60
Garihee, John-30, 39, 70
Garthwaite, Thomasi22, 41, 60
Gehrig, Jack-19, 28
Gerke, Carl-32, 61, 62
Gerke, Gilbert--44, 57
Gianoli, William-19, 58
Giblin, Marie-32, 56
Gilles, Colleen!-18, 19, 52
Gilles, James-41, 60
Gilles, William G.-19, 51
Gilles, William J,-19, 35, 62
Hess, Mary AnnA33, 39
Higgins, Angela!41, 60
Hofer, Viola-28, 34
Hoffman, Felicia-21, 28, 52, 61, 62
Holicky, William-39, 41, 56
I-Iorschak, Rudolff22, 45, 59, 70
Horton, Donald-21, 48, 52
1-Iottinger, Frank-34, 66
Howard, John-22, 45, 51, 56
Huber, Donna-34, 51, 54, 61
Humfeld, Bernardf34, 37
Hundt, Mary Ann-41
Hutson, Gwendolynflli, 41, 60
Hutzenbuehler, Donaldf20, 45
Ingham, Kennethf21, 65, 66, 68, 69, 72
Isermann, Robert-41, 54
Loechler, Rose Mary-42, 58, 67
Gilster, Eileen-28, 32
Gittens. He1enf41, 59
Goggin, Edward-21, 48
Gorman, John-21, 61
Gorman, Margaret-41, 60
Grabinski, Virgil-41, 70
Graf, Eloda-21, 61, 62
Gschwind, Jamesf2Z, 45
Jacobson, Elainef34, 37, 61, 62
Jambois, Mary Ellen-34, 55, 61, 62
Jiracek, Josephinef21, 55
Johnson, Airietta-34, 54, 61, 62
Johnston, Kathrynf41, 55, 58
Johnston, Richard-21, 48, 62
Juen, Mary Jane-45
Justin, Robertffil, 73
Guggenbuehl, Delores-18, 21, 52, 55, 61
Gunderson, Williamfzl, 50, 58
Guscetti, Iola-28, 32 '
Haberman, BettyA34, 54, 59
Hackner, Gi1esf21, 35, 37, 54
Hackner, Mary-20, 45
Haddad, Jeanine-41, 60
Hafner, Betty-21, 30, 54, 58
Hafner, Jacqueline-41, 55, 60
Haggerty, Madonna-34, 57
Halaska, Arlene-21, 34, 48
Halaska, Madalyn-26, 34, 48, 51
Hale, Patricia-41, 55, 58
Hansen, Colleen'-45, 58
Hansen, Donna Maef34, 35
Hartley, Mary-21, 28, 54
Hase, Patricia-41, 56
Havlicek, Ilene-34, 53, 61, 62
1-Iavlik, Joseph-41, 60
Kabat, Deloresf26, 45
GeDrgeY22, 30, 33, 35, 30, 54,
Kammel, Marian-41, 59, 67
Kavanaugh, Mary Joan-45,
Kelly, Dorothy Mae-34, 35, 61, 62
Kelly, Fernf-34, 61, 62
Kerrigan, Patricia-41, 60
Kerska, Evelyn rSophnf24, 41, 57
Kerska, Evelyn 1Freshmanr-45
Kessler, Leslie-22, 45
Kimball, Patricia--16, 34, 52, 62
Kirk, Bonnie-41, 60
Kistler, Alberta-34, 61, 62
Klein, Arthurf34, 35, 61, 62, 66, 67
Kleinertz, Wayne-33, 35, 51, 61
Kleinsmith, Marie-23, 48, 59, 61
Kloss, Theresa-18, 23, 61
Knothe, Donna Jean-45
Knothe, James-34, 54, 66
Knothe, Ruth-41, 60
William-23, 66, 67
, Dorothy-18, 23
Havlik, Mary M.-21, 28, 61
41, 55, 59
Heberlein, Lucille-26, 41, 60
64, 66, 67, 72
Helfrich, Donald-34, 35, 37, 54. 62
Hengel, Marilyn-41, 57
Hengel, Patricia.-41, 57
Hengel, Richard-41, 66
Hess, Kenneth-41, 58
Knutson, James-20, 45, 70
Knutson, Leonard-34, 66, 73
Koebel, Helen-34, 37, 61
Koel, Geraldine-18, 23
Koenen. Donald-23, 48
Kofta, Walter-41, 60
Kohlwey, Carolyn-41, 60
Kohlwey, Kathleen-23, 30
Konetchy, Eleanore-34, 55, 61
Konetchy, George-41, 60
Konter, Ruth-20, 41, 60
Korish, Marie-34, 61, 62
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Korish, Ruth-23, 28, 30, 48, 52. 54,
Kotinek, Verity Anng45
Kouri, Marian-34, 61, 62
Kracklauer, Kathleen-42, 55, 60
Kreibich, Eugene-33, 51, 52, 55, 59
Kreis, Dorisf42, 60
Kreutz, Jeanettef16, 28, 30, 34, 59
Krismer, John-34, 54, 57
Kruger, Rosemary-16, 34, 61, 62
Kurtz, Patricia-23, 56, 61, 66
Lanzel, Deloresf34, 57
Larkin, Ellen--24, 42, 60
Larkin, Marianne-42, 60
Larkin, Patricia4-42, 55, 58
Larkin, Robertf45, 70
Leibl, Dorothy-36, 50,
Lemke, Beverlyf36, 51,
Lepsch, Beatrice-23, 59
Lepsch, Emil-16, 36, 54
Lepsch, Richard-45, 70
Leske, Marian-20, 45
Leske, Muri91720, 45
Lichtie, Raymond-22, 45, 51
Lipovetz, Marian-42, 6
Lyga, El1enf16, 23, za, 48, sz, 53, ss
Lyga, Katherine-39, 42
Lyons, Mary Ritaf23
Lyons, Peggy-20, 45
McAnaney, Joycef18, 23, 52, 61. 62
McAnaney, Sally-18, 42, 66
McCabe, Kenneth-22, 46
MoConaghy, Dona1d442, '70
McCord, Mary Lou-36, 58
McGaughey, Ruth-42, 60
McGinley, Patricia+42, 58
McGinnis, Lois-59 '
McGuire, Joyce442, 60
McHenry, Rita-25, 54, 55, 61, 62
McIntyre, Eugene-51, 58
McKoskey, Maryf42, 57
McKoskey, Virginia-36, 57
McLoone, James-30, 35, 42, 59
McMahan, Rita-42. 60
McMann, He1enf42, 56
y, Theresas42, 55, 5
Jack-25, 42, 61, 62
Malin, Erwin -42
Marcotte, Paul-36, 52, 61, 62. 68
Masewicz, Frances-36, 61, 62
Mears, Walter-30, 46
Merfeld, Dolores-46, 50
Preeshl. Richard-42, '70
Preeshl, Robertk42, 70
Eugenei28, 29, 30, 48, 52, 53, 54
55, 6, 0, 73
Seubert, Delores-29, 61, 62
Sexauer, Mary Ann-29, 51, 58, 66
Mickschl, Marian-25, 61, 62
Miller, Elizabeth lJuniory-36, 61
Miller, Elizabeth llfreshmanp-46
Miles, Pauline-42, 55, 60
Monsoor, George-35, 42, 66
Monsoor, James-18, 46, 48
Monti, Kathryn-42, 60
Moriarity, Betty-18, 25, 48, 52, 61
Moriarity, Robert-46, 70
Proksch, Jeane-20, 46
Proksch, Robert-42, '70, '13
Purdy, Marilynf42, 60
Sheehan, Leunai43, 60
Shimanski, Thomas-16, 37, 38, 54, 61
Shimshak, Richard-15, 16, 37, 48, 65, 66
69, 70, 72
Shoger, Dorothy-47, 57
Shoger, Elaineg38, 56
Muehr, Betty Ann-25
Muehr, Grace-42, 60
Mueller, June-20, 46
Muetze, Paul-25, 61
Mulrine, La Vonne-42
Murphy, Jeannei25, 61, 62
Murphy, Kathryn-42, 60
Murphy, Patrick-42, 59, 70
Murphy, Theresa-42, 55
Quinn, Franki27, 48, 51, 54, 65, 66, 68, 69,
Quinn, Mary-43, 55, 60
Rach, Rita-16, 27, 52
Randall, Shirley-46, 58
Raper, Rose-27, 48, 53, 61
Rathburn, Joan-36, 50, 51, 55, 57
Redig, Marian-36, 37, 61
Reget, Irene-36, 61, 62, '70
Regnier, Rita-36, 37, 54
S, Leo-29, 50, 51, 68, 69
Sinniger, Shirley-43, 60
Skemp, Kathleen-16, 29, 30, 48, 54, 61, 62
Skemp, Loretta-29, 30, 48, 50, 53
Skemp, James-37, 43, 54, 55
Robert-16, 37, 38, 54, 68
Smith, Gene-22, 47, 57, 70
Smith, James-38, 64, 66, 68
Smith, La Vern-38
Nelson, Doris-46, 56
Ness, Dorothy-36, 37, 61
Netzer, Rosella-36, 37
Neuverth, Charles-42, 57
Noelke, Jane-20, 39, 46
Novak, Marguerite-42, 60
Novak, Robert-42, 70
Oestreicher, Elizabeth-42, 55, 60
Ostrander, Joseph-30, 33, 39, 54,
Pahs, Farrell-42, 57
Reidelbach, Margaret-27, 59
Reidelbach, William-28, 36
Rendler, Edwardf43, 66
Rice, Marilyn-43, 57
Richard, Robert-36, 37, 58
Smith, Mary Lou-43, 57
Snyder, James-38, 58
Sobkowiak, Kathryn-43, 60, 61
Sobkowiak, Marion-29, 62
Sokolik, Janice-43, 60
Soller, Irene-36, 61, 62
Riniker, Virginia-27, 30, 50, 61, 62
30, 53, 58
Roberts, Mildred--27, 37
Rogers, Beverly-28, 36
Roth, Irene-36, 61
Roth, James-30, 33.
Roth, Mary Anni43,
51, 55, 62
Rudolph, William-16, 27, 28, 35, 57, 58, 62
Ryan, Robertf36, 66
Soller, Victor-35, 38, 54, 61, 62
Stanek, Ruth-43, 57
Stark, CleLussZ9, 59
Stefferud, Sigrid-26, 43, 55, 60
Stelllck, Marian-29, 48, 54, 61, 62
Stellpflug, Beverly-24, 47
Stokes, John-22, 29, 61, 62
Stokes, Marjorie-43, 57
Stokes, Mary Anng4'1
Stoltz, Arnold-38, 66, 67
Strasser, Arlene-43, 60
Strasser, Clarence-30, 38, 58
Strasser, Sylvester-38, 56, 62, 64, 66
Stremcha, Delores-18, 29, 52, 55
Streicher, Mary-43, 57
Stuber, Betty-20, 37, 38, 52, 61, 62
Stuber, Frances-16, 20, 38, 53, 61, 62
Sullivan, Betty--38, 61, 62
Papacek, Jerome-35, 36
Papeniuss, Jean-16, 33, 39, 61, 62
Paul, Louise-36, 56
Schaefer, Robert-37, 38, 58
Schams, Louise-43, 59
Sullivan, Dorothy-47, 57
Sullivan, James-38, 62
Swinghammer, Wayne--22, 47, 70
Pavela, Mary--42, 56
Pierce, Charles-25, 56
Pierce, Dorothy-35, 36, 55, 57
Pierce, Thomas-46, 58
Pincsak, La Verni20
Pitz, Betty Ann-46
Scheel, Robert-16, 27, 28, 53, 62
Scheltzach, Donaldf27, 61, 62, 65, 66
Scheid, Robert-22, 43, 60
Schelble, Patricia-47, 73
Schmidt, Esther--47, 57
Schmikla, Charles-38, 66, 68, 72
Schmitt, Margaret-16, 37, 38, 52
Schmitz, La Vonne-47
Schomers, Lois Ann-26, 43, 55, 60
Schreier, Robert-38, 59, 66
Schwanbeck, Elizabeth-27, 37
Thimmesch, Maryi38, 52, 61
Doris-26, 43, 60
, Donald-28, 38
, Monica-24. 47
, Dyanei43, 55, 60
, Lois Ann-38. 52, 61
Turner, Patricia-26, 47
Poellinger, Ma1'yg26, 42, 60
Poellinger, Richard-24, 42, 60
Potaracke, Donald-22, 46
Potaracke, Dorothy-36, 37, 61
Potaracke, Francis-22, 25, 61
Potaracke Rosemary-36, 55, 57
Scihorski, James-68, 70
Sciborski, Patricia-26, 43, 60
Sebranek, Paul--27, 48
Seitz, Marilyn-43, 55, 58
Semb, Edward-29, 48
Twite, Audrey-26, 38
Tyler, Mary Ellen--43, 55, 59
Urban, Dorinne-28, 29, 51, 52, 61, 62
Vogel, Normanf43, 66
Vyvyan, Louise-28, 29, 37, 48, 53, 66
Wagner, James-43, 70
Wakeen, Donald-38, 64, 66
Walljasper, Carroll-28, 31, 61, 62, 65,
66, 69. 72
Walljasper, Constance-31, 61, 62
Walljasper, Mark--43, 60, 70
Wanner, Elizabeth-30, 31, 54, 61, 62
Wanner, Jamesw47, 70, 73
Wanninger, MarieA43, 60
Weber, John-37, 38, 59
Wecker, Patricia-43, 51, 57
Weibel. Virginiaf26, 47
Weigel, Rita-16, 28, 31, 53
Weigel. Robert-33, 51
Weiland, Beatrice-31, 47
Weiland, J0yf38, 61, 62
Weisensel, Charles--30, 88, 52. 54. 58
Weissenberger, Virginiaflil, 61, 66
Welch, Donald-30, 31, 48, 54, 62
Werner, Joyce-37, 38
Whalen, Williamg47, 70
Wiggert, Kathryn-31, 61
Wilder, Dale-30, 31, 58
Williams, John--37, 38, 56, 62
Wiltinger, Gerald-47, 56
Wittenberg, Shirleyf31, 48, 59, 61,
Woodward, Mary Ellenf43, 60
Wolle, Wi11iam738, 58
Woolley, Barbaraf1G, 38, 61, 62
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Wright, Patricia-43, 58
Wuensch, RichardS37, 38
Wurm, Rosemaryf24, 31, 56, 61
Wurzel, Helen-16, 37, 38, 52
Zanter, Joseph-31, 50
Zeimentz, Florence-31, 52
Zielinski, Bernard- 47
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