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Page 13 text:
The students of Chaplain Kapaun Me-
morial wish to extend to the administrae
tion and faculty their profound gratitude
for their introduction to Jesuit education
They appreciate both the difficulties ot a
new foundation, and the devotion which
has overcome them,
Brother Charles M. Jordan, S.J
Reverend George M. Pieper, S.J. Reverend Francis R. Leiker, S.J.
Principal Assistant Principal
Page 12 text:
REVEREND PATRICK J. HOLLORAN, S.J
President of Chaplain Kapaun Memorial
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June 1, 1957
The Class of 1957.
To the members of the Graduating Class, the first group of
young men to receive the diploma of the Chaplain Kapaun Memorial
I should like to address a twofold word. This word is from the
entire Faculty as well as from myself, and it is most sincere.
We wish to tell you, the members of the first class to leave
this Jesuit school, that we have many reasons to be happy and
justifiably proud that you possess the first in what will be a
long line of Kapaun diplomas. You came to this new institution
when a great many elements of the physical plant were incomplete:
y:u came possessing a varied and, at times, confusing education-
al background: you entered an atmosphere that was very new to
all of you, and you were confronted with demands which previous-
ly you never dreamed existed.
Through it all you have shown yourselves to be equal to the
task set before you. For a magnificent spirit of tractibility
and cooperation you are deserving of unqualified praise: praise
coupled with gratitude. Particularly is a word of sincere and
heartfelt thanks due to the Class of 1957 for the splendid ex-
ample given to the younger boys at the school during those days
of the year that were more important than all the others, -
the days of the annual retreat.
Our second word is one that is joined with a prayer. It is
a word that desires to express our sincere hope that every bless
ing and success will attend your days of future education and
mature endeavor in the independent career which each of you
must carve for himself in the world of labor, or business, or
the professions, or the Kingdom of God as it :ust be built here
we hope that you realize that the tens Alma Hater has a
very definite meaning. A 'loving mother" always welcomes back
a son with joy in her heart: she is gratified beyond expression
upon learnlng of his success and the blessings that have cons
his way: her greatest consolation is the ability to still be
of some service tc him. But she also has a heart that can be
Thi! God may ever love and bless you all is the prayer
of the Faculty of a school named for a man whom God must have
loved with a very special love.
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Fr. John R. Padberg, S.J.
English, 2, Latin, 2 Glee Club
Fr. Thomas J. Kelly, S.J.
Soanisn l 2, Engrrsla ii Fac-
ulty Moderator ot Athletics
Confessor lntran1oVaS Span-
Fr. Francis G. Fahey, S.J.
Religion, 4, Chemistry, Busif
ness Mathematics, Student
Conclave, Senior Counselor
Fr. Robert A. Simms, S.J.
Mathematics, l, 2 3 A
Mr. Richard A. Bauman, S.J. Mr. John E. Becker, S.J. Mr. James M. Shorf S J
Latin i English l Religion Engiisn, 3, Religion 3 Soda, Pnysics, Mathematics 3 De
2 Servers Drarnatics Librarx ity, 3 Speech bate, Sodalitv, 2
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