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'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
Y '15 -
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.
tra l, 2.
n club 2, Operetta, 3.
3, 4, , 1
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,
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Seniors n n w
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.
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Father Lloyd Geisler
Seniors n n w
"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.
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