Edgewood High School - Crusader Yearbook (Madison, WI)

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UBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLA55 or om.-swoop H new-1 cn-noon. AonsoN , WuscoNsuN Co Ed1 tors Act1 V1 t1es It Photography Sports Typxsts Buslness C9024-A-D Etta Mae Ge1er Clayton Bossart Rlta Kellogg Mary Leuthner Joan Toohey Ph1l1p Purcell Donald Flynn Ivan McCranner Paul Kerln Donald Zach Hxta Fose Dona Lund W1l11am Johnson James Schaaf A ----------------------------------I I . 'U Social Events ---------------------------- Betty Rohgrty, Joan Zens Tb Reverend Samuel Charles Mazzuchell1 our 1d al crusader we dedlcate th1s 1949 Crusader Wlth love for God h1s IHSPITBKIOH and VEPIIHS h1S watchword Father Mazzuchelll set Out In 8 Vast wllderness to glve h1s all to the glory of God and to the propagat1on of the falth He ventured forth unafra1d alone yet not alone for God s love and grace and help were wlth h1m Behlnd h1m he left a multltude of C6Lh0l1C churches and Cathol1c schools a W1nnebago cate Chlsm a Chlppewa Almanac h1s MCm01rS and most lmportant a commun1ty of D0m1H1C3H SISCCPS who carry on h1s crusadxng work under the black and wh1te sh1e1d of St Dom1n1c How flttlng that thls year as h1s order celebrates the centenary of 1ts foundlng we dedlcate our 1949 Crusader to Father Mazzuchell1 XM RYA s ox . ' sax., R V r ff 1 ' . . . . . , . , 4 Y I A 0 , N , ' ' , - - Y V . , - I I Y Y . . Y 7 ' a ,f f F-f f 9, Q' "' 15:7 am ,Mg afar Q' , V . 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Bob is interested in photography and would like to continue the study of it. Winter sports, swimming, and sailing interest Bob but he finds time to work as a soda-jerk. ARMSTRONG, VIRGINIA Blessed Sacrament Mission Club 2-3, Envoy 2-3-4, Li- brary Club l, Dramatic Club 4. Ginny belongs to Y-Teens and her chief interests are sports of the season. She plans to major in social studies at the University of Wiscon- sip. BENJII, PATRICIA Edgewood Glee Club l-2-3-4, Mission Club 3-4, Glee Club Secretary 4, Dramatic Pat is an expert knitter and enjoys making socks, mittens and sweaters for her friends. Her great interest in children made her consider be- coming a kindergarten teacher. BEYER, CAROL Blessed Sacrament Mission Club 4, Library Club l, Dra- matic Club 4. Carol, who is another future kinder- garten teacher, plans to attend Whitewater State Teachers' College to prepare for her career. BEYLER, CATHERINE St. James Glee Club l-2-3-4, Mission Club 3-4. Katie s hobby is collecting Jokes. After graduation she plans to be- come a practical nurse although she has not decided which school she will attend. dir BOWAR, CHARLENE St. Francis Xavier, Cross Plains Mission Club 3-4, Band 3. Charlene, Edgewood's faithful baton twirler, does not intend to go on to school but will work as a secretary after she graduates BOSSAHT, CLAYTON St. Bernard Dramatic Club 4, Crusader 4, Athlet- ics l-2-3-4, Mission Club l-2-3-4, National Honor Society 3-4. Clayton who is interested in drama- tics is on the 'Hadiciwrk Shop' and Youth Summer Theater. He intends to study engineering at the lniversity. BRADY, RICHARD St. Patrick Camera Club lg Christmas pageant shepherd L Dick plans to spend one year in th army before he continues his s oo ing to study conservation. BHEUNIG, JAMES St. James Football 1. QQ Jim has an inter sting hobby in raising rabbits. He is thinking about attending the University of Wisconsin to take up carpentry. BROCKKHT, ELIZABETH St. James Mission Club 3-4, Dramatic Club 45 Band 2-3-4g National Honor Society 3-4, Envoy 3-4. Betty is proud of her fine record in the band. She plans to go on to school studying to be a medical SCCTSLRFY. ' , 4, BHOCRMAN, DONALD Bernard 0 J St. E Football Manager 2-3- , 50,061 r Although his future holds plans for the army, Don intends to go to a business college. His motto, as head Manager, is to know less and talk more than the rest of the managers. "-...-r- lilbfal ,31'i.SgK' , L l ..f',.ffP,'Tf'2-,ffl w 2 -5.41. xmgmwi -'tim ,':f':i'::-' ' . 'Z --Ek9?gK? ,.g.f,,-f,.'g,1w,: V, , ae , v-',.:ri4.- W .5-3 11 I 'u l md -N my y f, 5 ,f,, fi 4 lllll Nhlfll, .lAN1lih Pine Bluff Mission Club 4, Baseball 3. Jim has not made definite plans for the future. He will probably become one of the leading progressive farmers of the future. BHUNNEH, RUTH St. Francis Xavier, Cross Plains Mission Club 4 Ruth gives us no information as to her future except that she will con- tinue to work at Zander's store af- ter graduation. VHKE, ELLEN ssed Sacrament Mission Club 3-4, Dramatic Club 4, Library Club l-2-3-4, Envoy 4. Ellen plans to attend the University of Wisconsin and to become a secret- ary. Her hobby is collecting mystery stories. BLHHTS, KEITH St. Raphael Mission Club 3-4, Dramatic Club 4, Cheerleader I K. C. hopes to attend the University of Wisconsin and the Marquette Uni- versity to study dentistry. He prac- tices germology for a hobby. CAFFEHTY, MARY KAY Blessed Sacrament Class Officer-Secretary 1, Dramatic Club President 4, National Honor Society 3-4, Envoy 2-3-4, Mission Club 3-4. Pursuing her favorite subject, mathe- matics, Mary Kay will major in ac- counting. The field of journalism also holds her interest. CHIST, ULOHIA Weyauwega, Wisconsin Mission Club 4, Band l-2-3-4. Gloria likes to play tennis and the saxophone. Her most enjoyable adventure was her trip through the North Woods of Wisconsin. She plans to go on to school but has not made a choice of college. 'His i ,Qus. -EQQQCW V A E5tY'K f,,r,,, ..w..sW -,., "?fIZ":r ' Qiiffaz. . .. Qikki fifhi fa.- EWG CHRISTENSON, MARY ANNE Holy Redeemer Glee Club 1-2, Mission Club 3-4. Mary Anne will not go on to school but will pursue the career of A stenographer. CHRISTOPH, MARY St. Raphael Glee Club 1-2, Mission Club 3-4, Dramatic Club 4. Next fall will find Mary at either Edgewood College or the University for her secretarial training. Mary's ideal winter sport is ice-skating. CLARK, MARGARET Belleville Public Glee Club 4, Mission Club 4. Margaret plans to attend Edgewood College and study to be a doctor's assistant. CLARK, THERESA St. Raphael Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Glee Club Presi- dent 4, Mission Club 4, Dramatic Club 4. lheresa plans to go to Edgewood Col- lege. She hasn't anything definite in mind. CONLIN, THOMAS St. Raphael Mission Club 4. Tom looks forward to becoming a pharmacist. He will attend the Uni- versity of Wisconsin. DAMMEN, JAMES Blessed Sacrament Dramatics Club 4, Mission Club 4, Christmas Pageant--St. Joseph. Jim will go to the Iniversity of Wisconsin or Northwestern where he will lake up pre-med and after that surgery. Golf and hunting occupy most of his time. lt' fm DEVINE, MARY LOU Blessed Sacrament Clee Club l, Mission Cluh 3, Dramatic Club 4, G.A.A. 2, Red Cross Delegate 4. Mary Lou has made no choice of col- lege, but she intends to go away to school. DIHIENZO, EVELYN St. Joseph Mission Club 1, Decoration Committee for Jr. Prom. Evelyn is planning to become a secretary. She would like to take a trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota. Her greatest thrill was going to Cleveland in her sophomor year. DOMINI, JACOUELINE St. Raphael Glee Club l, Mission Club 3-4, Dramatic Club 4, G.A.A. 4. Jackie would like either to take a modeling course at Patricia Stevens school in Milwaukee or to go to California. DOWDLE, EDWARD St. Bernard Glee Club 4, Mission Club 3-4, Court of Honor 3, Play-Varsity Show 3. Ed is planning to go to the Univer- sity of Wisconsin to take up com- merce. He likes ice-boating and fun in general. DOYLE, JAMES St. Raphael N Glee Club 4, Mission Club 3-4. Jil'8 interests consist of hunting, skating and swimming. He has not admitted anyone to the secrets of his future career. ENDRES, MARY St. Raphael Mission Club 2-3-4, Dramatic Club 4, Envoy 3-4, Cheerleader 2-3-4, Class Officer-Treasurer 2, National Honor Society 4. Mary s chief aim is to be an artist and she will continue her study of art at the University of Wisconsin '48 ESSER, LAWRENCE Blessed Sacrament Court of Honor 1, Athletics I-2-3-4, Class Officer-President 2. Larry, one of Edgewood's most promi- nent athletes and a member of the National Guard, has made no definite plans for the future. ESSER, WILLIAM St. James Mission Club 3-4, Athletics-Football I-2-3-4, Class Officer-President L 4, Homecoming King 4, National Honor Society 3-4. Bill is undecided as to which school he will attend, but he would like to do something in the field of science FAHEY, KATHLEEN Edgewood Glee Club 2-4, Mission Club 4. Kathleen would like to enter White- water State Teachers' College after graduation to become a primary tea- cher. She enjoys all sports, espe- cially riding. FAHEY, LOUIS Fitchburg Center Louis will attend Madison Business College although his real love farming. FAHLEY, BARBARA Edgewood Mission Club 4, Dramatic Club 4. 'Far' plans to attend Maryville Col- lege in St. Louis where she will ma- jor in Home Economics. She was active during high school on the Fashion Board at Manchester's. Her secret ambition is to be the proud owner of a Ford Convertible. FARHELL, GEHHY St. Mary, Pine Bluff Mission Club 3-4, Athletics 2-3-4. Gerry plans to study scientific farming and later hopes to become a great auctioneer. Look out, F. E. Boone! He travels to school twelve miles each day in his trusty green truck. A-'vb 5,4 1 FINLEY, EILEEN St. Bernard Mission Club 4, G.A.A. 3--1, Glee Club l-2, Dramatic Club 4. Eileen is interested in nursing. She plans'to attend St. Mary's Hospital School of Nursing where she may specialiie in pediatrics. Her hob- bies include basketball and bowling. FLYNN, DONALD St. Raphael Mission Club 3-4, Crusader Staff 4. Don has proved himself an efficient worker on the Crusader staff. He plans to become a star accountant after attending the lhixersity of Wisconsin. FUSE, RITA St. Bernard Glee Club l-2, Mission Club 3--1, Dramatic Club 4, Crusader fl, Envoy' 4. Although Rita is a tennis enthusiast. she retains her interests in knit- ting, and in skating. ln her sr-nior year she was kept busy as a me-mht-r of the Envov and the Crusader Malts. Sho plans to go to the briiveiwxtx oil Wisconsin. FllANlx, NN IN I l"HED. SL. lfrancis Xavier, Cros- 'lui . '-lission Club 1-. Vlixnie intends to become. ai f L tary. Her special interest are ice-skating and traveling. GEIER, ETTA MAE Holy Redeemer Envoy 3-4, Nat. Honor Societv I3-1, Xlission Club 3-4, C..-LX I-fi, Co-Editor of tht- Xearboo.. 4 Etta Nlae's favorite pasii are mu- sic and knitting. A liniversilv of Wisconsin diploma is her prvscnt goal. She claims good friends and good food are the prescription lol' an happy life. GORMAN, P.-XTHICI A H llit if I lOIl U I s f is it ia f l P L .-...ix K T -. X L t s nW"' 3: 1 ,g 1 1 1 MV ROGER St. l'ranc1s XBVICF, Crobs Plaris Baseball 2-3-4, ootball 3-4, Court of Honor 3, Mis- on Club 3-4. Ea!y'QEng H fer is ovmlpif-fl wi rl. Lwouglxts baseball nmxt nnl' Inv ,'f,1fIlC. HIP' fi mly lmlir-xv- llxat mum:-n are .fl-wg root ol' all fsll. , fl y f . ,U rf r 1 J . , , sJ.f l' lil-X.-XS, .OHBEHT 1 x bl Lame, ' f f N V orball 3-AL. 'N rby' 15 llm proud pussm-5-nz nl .1 lnmtball leltrr and vvonlfl lllxe- tu lJPl'0YT10 a COZ:li'll illlllfbllyll lniQ lnlnrw plan? are xlndf-cl.lm-ml. HAEN, XIAHILYN Nakoma Nlission Club 3-4, lflxvov 1, llmns coming Court ol' Honor' 1. Marilyn plays-ml the part ul' linbru-l in ills' Cbristlnns p2ill1lf'Ill lor' Iwo Qur-cievsslwe years. Slum' axpirww In lm a bookkeeper and will continue box' sfnclieS at. the Lniversitv. ller bob- bies are- kniltuug and golfing. ll.-XRKS, SP1-Q Blessed Sam runmni Clvf- Club l, xllbxlflll C.lnb 3-1, Ura- nmllc Club 1, ' Ain-IP' wunlfl l1lxw lu L0 on Lo sclmol. Future' plan- also inflndc a 1vOSlliOI1 as air lnoelm-sh an-l Sliillllg the world with 'J0'. H If I N DEL, BARBARA B1 1-asf-cl S1-1fl'za1n9r11 bonlur f.OUIli'll Xlt"!!l1+'I' 1, Nllsxlon Club 3, Clem Club l, llxxnnnlxm Club -1. llarburu nkill lhnlly plana-Ll lbw l'f'lIl- llllllf' lf-all 111 the- l.nr'nu11te-ll Lol- tags-' as a Sopbomorv. llvr cilllifll interest is dramatics. She- plans to srualv in this lifflfl at ills- lfniversi- U' ol' llisvonsin. Hvr laxoritel vava- Lion spot is lpper xl1C'll1QkNl. nrgmnc3k, .mm 5l. llxipllavl .lfmlln V4-amlily .ul1'.1'X Ibnl slurly is not lllS main IIIIPYQ-NT. He intends to lfc-r'mf.ff an ant., "Q'4ll1lYlifl after ar.-uinat iran. IAHY Patric ee Club l M ssion u Dramatic Club 4 Mary s sense of humor stood by her when she worked at the Strand Thea ter nder if she er let any Edgewood boys in free Mary plans to go to the University of Wiscon sin HEINHICHS JOSEPH Patric Mission Club Joe will not continue his education but intends go into work c nected with w d li e HOLMES ANN Blessed Sacrament Glee Club l, Court of Honor 2, Mis- sion Club 3, Class Officer-Treasurer L Annxwas ill with rheumatic fever dur- ing part of her junior and senior years, but she courageously kept up with her class. She will be reunited with manyoof hervclass at the Lni- versity: HUCK, MARY ELLEN St. Joseph, Waterloo Glee Club 2-4, Mission Club 2-3-4, Dramatic Club 4, G.A.A. 2-4. Mary Ellen wants to become a nurse and will train at St. Mary's Nur- sing School, Milwaukee. Her hob- bies are knitting and sleeping. Her greatest loves are Pal, her Collie, and Waterloo. JOHNSON, WILLIAM St. Raphael Mission Club 4, Crusader 4. 'Bill' is a staunch pessimist. His interests lie in telling jokes, playing the piano, studying science and attending parties. He plans to enter the University but has no definite plans for a future career. KAHL, BEN St. James Glee Club 4. Ben will continue studying but has not made a choice of school. He will deyote his time and interests to architectural drawing. KAHLS, STANLEY St. Bernard Athletics 1-2-3-4, Mission Club 4, Senior Council 4, Dramatic Club 4, Glee Club 4. The only things definite in Stan's future are plenty of travel and more school. He has been prominent in athletics during his four years at Edgewood. KELLOGG, HITA Edgewood Mission Club 3-4, Dramatics 4,Cburt of,Honor 1, Crusader 4, National Honor Society 4. Rita is the fun-loving type. Her hobbies are art, horses, and her scrap book of Edgeiood sports. ln college she will study to become a commercial artist. KERIN, PAUL St. Bernard Glee Club 4, Crusader 4, Athletics l-2-3-4, President of Junior Class Prom King. Paul likes good times. He is proud of his record in the Usher Club for the past three years. After college he plans to succeed Oscar Mayer as President of the firm. KESSENICH, PETER Frank Allis Mission Club l-2-3-4 Dramatic Club 4. 'Pete' plans to go to the University of Wisconsin and wants to 'see the country'. KESSENICH, ROBERT St. James Envoy 1-2-3-4, Quill and Scroll 3-4, National Honor Society 3-4, Dramatic Club 4, Enchanted Cottate-butler. Bob attended Badger Boy's State last summer. He will attend the Univer- sity of Wisconsin and become an ac- countant. KILEY, PATRICIA St. James Glee Club 1-2. Pat proved herself an adept enter- tainer as she demonstrated her abil- ity at the Homecoming pep rally. She plans to become a secretary. lx I HCHESH, JOAN ht . .lame-s film- Club 1-2. .loan devotes her spare time to the soda fountain at the Bancroft Dairy and plans Lo become a stenographer. bbc also wants to do l'Iil1Cl'l travel- lllbl. I.-UNHHNCE, JAMES bt . Raphael Xlission Club 4, Band -1, Mission Club Officer. , .lim intends to go tb iLhe Vniwcrsity ol' Wisconsin wand ,Lake up soienre or n1ediCi.ne. luis lloibhies inrlude play- ing Ubi' Lrilmpf-AL and collecting and N oresgrvqqlg wfbecimcns of' nat,ure.h P ll . f YA 1.kItu1i'ExlkEito, Jom Ml , QBlQstlsledXyS'acr,alnenL X. . V I l l,l '- Awnleticslhl-2-3-4, "ce-President of NG1as4s 2-35l'Court of onorllf, Usher avi. , il l l I XV 4 , ' x.,0 rg ,Jack plang to lurhfier his education, A butt' he -does noi' know where as yet. ll'is rahlhition is ,lo go to South lxmeriica. Lama, BELLA " St. James Cheerleader 3-4, Court of Honor l-3, Nlission Club 3-4, Glee Club l-22, Dramatics Club 4. Hella is undecided about her future studies. She may attend the Univer- sity of Wisconsin. Her plans after that include a position as airline hostess. l.El'THNEH, MARY St. Niary, Warren, Ohio Glen- Club ff, G.A.A. 4, Crusader 1, NI1 ssion Club 3-4. Marx .joined the Class in her sopho- more year and expresses no regret about her move. She intends Lo go to sghool and take a liberal arts course. I. I BERT, MARILYN lftlgvxx ood film- Klub l-2, Mission Clubi-1. Marilyn lool-as forward to si IlllI'5lIl Carver and will study at St. hranri, l.aCrossr:. Nbr- lilies to spz-nd bor time listening to rf-cords. 4'-W LONGUA, KERRY St. Bernard Mission Club 4, Athletics l-2-3-4. Kerry plans to go to the University of Vvisconsin. He claims he would rather hunt. or Lrap Lhan do anything else. LUDLOW, RICHARD Edgewood Mission Club 3-4, Track 2-3. Dick will also be one of the Fresn man class at the University of his consin next, year. His hobby lies playing corks and also in sports LVND, DONNA St . Bernard Mission Club 4, Dramatic Club 4, Crusader fl-, Senior Hall Queen. Vlost ol' D0na's spare time is taken up in tennis playing. bhe took up knitting as a hobby for the winLer sren-son. Ilona plans Lo attend a business vollege in Milwaukee. Her set,-xv! ambition Lo travel around the vtorltl. Nl AYIIHA, WAHI li bt . Bern ard Mission Club l-2-3-4, Dramatic Q ll 1, Pant! I-2-3, ti.A.A. 1-2-3-4. Nlarif- would like to become' u du df'slgY1Cl" but. when she utte-nds th: lnlu.-rsitty of Wisconsin sho will rontinue her study of music NIffUHA'lll, lJFQl.0HliS St. liuplluvl C111-e Club l-2-3-4, 'Hission Club 1 llulores plans to go Lo Wisronsin lnlvc-rsity and will make- photography har' future work. Next to truvc-ling, fishing: is a favorite hobby, XI lf I nHkOTII EN , FIDNA llo l x lic-deemvr f1.A.A. I-I-.E-L, l:.A.A. lJI'K'S1tlf'Ill 1 lll1I'!IN llnl l 7 l 1- H1 sion flu! 2-i-l,lllI'21IY!fil.ll' ciltn. 1. lmlnn will go to lllf'llllNil'N1lX rf WINVOIISIII :intl comrnr-rri.1l work hull nv! nttv-ntlon tor tht' lntnr'f'. MOEHRLE, MARGARET St. Martin, Martinsville Glee Club 2, Mission Club 3-4, Dra- matic Club 4. After attending the University, Marg plans to travel to the West. Her hobby is sketching. MOHRHAUSER, MARY LOU Edgewood Glee Club l. Mission Club - Dramatic Club 4, Court of Honor 3 Mary Lou will become a nurse an will study at St. Frances, LaCrosse MCCRANNER, IVAN Edgewood Glee Club 3-4, Mission Club 3-4, Envoy 3-4, Athletics l-2. Ivan will go to the Universityrof Wisconsin and will continue with photography. His course will also include chemistry. MULROONEY, PATRICIA Glee Club 1-2, Mission Club 3-4 Dramatic Club 4, G.A.A. 1-4, Missio Club Officer 4. Pat will study nursing at St. Fran cis, LaCrosse. MUSKAT, RALPH Blessed Sacrament Mission Club 1-2-3-4, Class Coun- cil Member 4, Senior Ball King, Na- tional Honor Society 4. Ralph will continue his studies ' accounting at the Universit . H s most thrilling experience ccJrrjiyfJ,T when his car collided w' a yru' truck. Aj f f ff' rf, 1 1 U ' , NI En, P f fl" Edgew od J 2!!? gbfnw .Ld lpaulhxrbeen elpin ,th dtu gi t Renn ohm' but h' c tif jkbitic isfo Joyytheffgzel I , Ia. W ml.-.., , N Kimi flin- 3 5 5 ,., A9 0,35 v 'I , we-eg , 'I If va i -V oc A O'BRIEN, LILLIAN Blessed Sacrament Glee Club 1-2, Mission Club 2-3, Dramatic Club 4, G.A.A. 1. f j Lillian will enter Grover-Barnhart J A College and eventually will becomel N a secretary. X xx OESTERLE, JOHN wi xr . Blessed Sacrament NH Ju Mission Club 4, Athletics l-2- 439g Manager in Basketball and Tr ck John has plans of becoming a pho-p tographer. He will take his studies at Columbia University. This sum r John plans an extensive trip to ihi 1 coast. ly PAHKINSON, PATRICIA St. Raphael Glee Club 1, Mission Club 3-4, Drama- tic Club 4, G.A.A. 4, Dramatic Club Heprescntative 4. 'Parky' admits her worst fault is losing her temper. She has been a telephone operator the past year. Her ambition is to become a nurse or ' stenographen PATTON, JANET Edgewood Clee Club 2-4, Mission Club 3-4, Dramatic Club 4. Janet plans to go to St. Mary's to take up nursing. She would like to travel west sometime. PILON, MARCIA St. Haphael Mission Club 2-32 Dramatic Club 4, Court of Honor 2, Envoy 3-4, Class Officer-Council 4, Art 1-2-3-4. Marcia will make use of her great artistic talent by becoming a fashion designer. She may enroll in the University of Wisconsin PUHCELL, PHILIP Blessed Sacrament Mission Club 2-3-4, Crusader 4, National Honor Society 4. Phil will attend the University of Wisconsin to become an accountant. He is the crew haircut type despite Sister Alexius's efforts to reform him. w 0' and-' fd' if wa A pt! ,giguwvfh ,N . .1 vm,- tgps, -its . dns ti REMICK, WAYNE St. Bernard Wayne enjoys hunting, but unlike his twin brother, puts in most of his time in his father's grocery store. REMICK, WINSTON St. Bernard Winston is interested in hunting and has gun-collecting as his hobby. will join the Marines after gradua tion thus giving up work in his father's grocery store. RICHARDSON, ALICE Blessed Sacrament Glee Club 2, Camera Club 1, Mission Club 2-3, G.A.A. 1. Alice will attend the University of Wisconsin Agricultural School. She plans to become a County Home Econo: mics Agent and wants to travel throughout the West for some time. RICHARDSON, RALPH Blessed Sacrament 'Mission Club 1-2-3-4, Baseball 2 Ralph thinks he will attend the Uni- versity of Wisconsin. He hopes to broaden his education by extensive traveling. His avocation is carpen- try work. RILEY, MARY St. Patrick Mission Club 3-4, Library Club 2, Band l-2-3. Mary plans to become an elementary school teacher and will attend the University of Wisconsin. Mary en- Joys reading, cooking, and sewing. ROACH, PATRICK Blessed Sacrament Athletics 4, Usher Club 4. Pat looks little on the serious side of life. He plans to attend Notre Dame and to become a lawyer. His early practice at Edgewood should be of great helpf ...W an" ROBERTS, JOHN Edgewood John plans to go to Montana to work on a construction job. He is un- certain about entering the navy or going to forestry school. John thinks if people don't worry they will have a greater life span. HODENSCHMIDT, CAROL St. Francis Xavier, Cross Plains Carol aspires to a career as a sten- ographer. She names music and danc- ing as her favorite pastimes. ROHEHTY, ELIZABETH St. Bernard Prom Queen 35 Secretary of Jr. Class 3, National Honor Society 3-4, Envoy 2-3-4, G.A.A. 1-2-3-4. Betty, a lass proud of her Irish ancestry, will follow a career of journalism after attending college. Her secret ambition is to become a successful authoress, residing in a New York penthouse. SAEMAN, RUTH St. Francis Xavier, Cross Plains Mission Club 3-4, Envoy 2-3-4 Na- tional Honor Society 4, Dramatic Club 4. Huth will take up social studies at the University of Wisconsin where she has had working experience in the Physics Department. Her secret am- bition is to make a triple pun. SAUEH, MARILYN St. Anne's School, Minneapolis. Mission Club 3-4, Majorette 2-3-4, Envoy 4, Piano 2-3-4, Academic Certificate in Piano and Harmony 3 Marilyn plans to attend Edgewood College and will be a medical stenographer. Marilyn collects match book covers as a hobby. SAUNDEHS, MAUHEEN Holy Redeemer Mission Club 3-4, Dramatic Club 4. Maureen is another riding enthusiasn She will attend St. Mary's School of Nursing. SCHAAF, JAMES Blessed Sacrament Mission Club 3-4, Crusader 4. Jim who is famous around school for his 'inventions' will attend the Uni versity of Wisconsin School of Com- merce. SCHAEFEH, DONALD St. Raphael Athletics 1-2-3-4, Court of Honor L Mission Club 3, Mission Club Officer 3, Library Club l-2. A true lover of sport, Don likes school only because he can practice football, basketball, and baseball afternoons. He will attend either Notre Dame or the University of Wis- consin. fyyv SCHAPPE, NORBERT f HJ ,gf Blessed Sacrament . V y' 1 1 mee Club 4, Mission cub 3-4, Am- MW letics-Football 2-3-4. Q, Norbert plans to go to the Universi- ty of Wisconsin. LQ! , ff ML , J SCHLUMP, MARY ANN Middleton State Graded Mission Club 2, Dramatic Club 4, Band 1-2. Mary Ann plans to go to the St. Francis School of Nursing LaCrosse. SCHI ELZER , THEBESA Holy Redeemer Dramitic Club 4. Theresa plans to go to school and hopes to be a coledienne. She avi- dently inherits some of her fa- ther's ability for entertaining. SCHMITT, DONALD Blessed Sacrament 1 at Don will not continue his education after graduation. He may enter Air Force. His favorite pastime photography. ullb is T -wm,' 4..., M- -4-s.1 '?' ,-ef . If ...,, T ....... 2 1 i SOKOLOSKI, BARBARA St. Patrick Mission Club 3-4, Mission Club Representative 4, Dramatic Club 4. Barbara plans to gototheUniversity of Wisconsin or Illinois and plans to be a kindergarten teacher. She would like to travel to China and Hawaii. STAEBELL, RICHARD St. Bernard Dramatics Club Treasurer 4, Class Council 4, Christmas Pageant 4. Dick's interest lies in automobiles or anything that 'moves'. He would like to continue his education at the University of Wisconsin majoring in economics. STANTON, PHYLISS St. Raphael Glee Club l-2-3-4, Glee Club Presi- dent 3, Mission Club 3. Phyliss plans to go to Cooper Union ' New York taking up interior decor- ating. Glee Club l-2, Dramatic Club STAM, BARBARA Holy Redeemer Quill and Scroll 3-4, Envoy 2-3-4-, National Honor Society 4. Barbara plans to go to Rosary Col- lege and beuome a Journalist. She won first prize in the American Le- gion Essay contest in her junior y ea r. 4, STATZ, JACK Blessed Sacrament Mission Club 3, Library Club 1-2-3- 4, Athletics l-2-3-4, Lsber's Club 3 -1. Javk plans Lo go on Lo school. He excels in the sport of skiing and would like to travel in Switzerland someday. STEELE, JOHN Edgewood Mission Club 3, Vice-President 3 Library Club l-2-3-4, Athlexivs l 9 3-4, Class Treasurer 3. Jack plans to go on to school aft: spending the summer travvlinp. main interests are sports and hi Mode1'A'. SWANSON, JANE Edgewood Glee Club 4, Band 4. Jane returned to Edgewood in hen senior year. After graduating from Edgewood grade school she spent three years in Minnesota, Colorado, and Arizona. She plans to study nursing at Colorado Springs, Colo- redo. SWEENEY, WAYNE St. Raphael Wayne's immediate plans for the fu- ture include the University of Wis- consin. Someday he hopes to be president of the Automatic Tempera- ture Company. SYMDOM, ROGER St. Raphael Mission Club 4. Roger will attend the University of Wisconsin and study engineering. His favorite sports are hunting and participating in a good argument. TAYLOR, WILLIAM Edgewood Bill is interested in traveling. He would like to become a beautician after further study. TOGSTAD, JOANNE St. Raphael Homecoming Queen 4, Class Council 4, Cheerleader 2, 'Enchanted Cottage' 2 Envoy L Joanne plans to further her educa- tion at the University of Wisconsin. She hopes to go into radio iork some day. TOOHEY, JOAN Blessed Sacrament Glee Club l, Crusader 4, Mission Club 3-4, Dramatic Club 4, 'En- chanted Cottage'. Jo is indefinite about her career, but she will probably continue her schooling. Jo likes to travel. ,xx L X if Cliff IOH, JOANN St. Raphael Mission Club 3-4, Dramatic Club 4, Class Secretary 2, 'Ma' in Jukes Family 3, Glee Club 1. JoAnn has proved to be an ardent worker in all school projects. She plans to study nursing at the Uni- versity of Wisconsin. THOIA, JOHN St. Joseph John will not go on to school, but intends to work in his uncle's store. He is another hunting and fishing enthusiast. THOUAHD, COLETTE Blessed Sacrament Cheerleader 2-3-4, Homecoming Court of Honor 4, Hed Cross Representative 4, Mission Club 3-4, G.A.A. 4. Boots plans to continue breaking un- ruly horses and hopes to own a string of them some day. VALENTINE, RICHARD St. Francis Xavier, Cross Plains Glee Club 4, Mission Club 3. Dick hopes to work with a construc- tion company in the future. He plans to go to California immediately after graduation. VETTEH, DONALD Blessed Sacrament Track 2-4. Don is very interested in midget rac- ing. He plans to join the army after graduation. WAY, PAUL St. James Glee Club 4, Mission Club 3-4. Paul has not yet decided whether to become a mechanic or a farmer. Hunt- ing is his favorite pastime and he looks forward to the deer season. Q Q vw' .V 4 I 'gimme - 5 S ,JE 5 QfmiWf5,W,, if' 5gf..fM.1j"' .Q-W , Am- :m:mg:?2,a-.,,-'gpy - f . W- 3 -i'Z'Lsr:1.--f K all ' . . .-.' . -,Jn J ZENS, JOAN St. Bernard b 3-4, Crusader 4, Dramatic Club 4, G.A.A. Glee Club l-2-3, Mission Clu 1-2-3-4. Joan loves swimming. She intends to continue her schooling and hopes w Y WERMLTH, ROBERT Blessed Sacrament Mission Club 3, National Honor S03 ciety 4. Bob is interested in all sports, especially baseball. He will attend the University of Wisconsin. WHALEN, RICHARD Blessed Sacrament Mission Club 1-3-4, Library 2. Dick intends to attend the Madison Business College after graduation and hopes some day to become co-vice president of Whalen Transfer. Q WHITE, NEAL St. Raphael Mission Club l-2-3-4. Neal, who worked at the Bancroft Dairy last summer, would like to own a large dairy some day. His special interest is Fords. WIEDHOLZ, JAMES Holy Redeemer Athletics 2. Jim, who wishes to see more of the world, does not intend to go on to school. He looks forward to joining the Navy. ZACH, DONALD Blessed Sacrament Glee Club 3-4, Mission Club 3-4, Crusader 4, Baseball, Football 8 Basketball l-2-3-4, Cheerleader- l-2. 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S 7 1 ii ui . ,V Ak f Q J if ,VK SMS -i 2 sill ' 3 i . 51. 9 o 4 I g Q -, If Wixdx QALET! C5 V747 FOOTBALL TEAM CL. to R. Bow 1: N. Esser, P. Kerin, W. Esser, D. Corcoran, S. Karls, P. Roach, D. Zach, Coach E. Wilke. Row 2: L. Esser J. Leichtenberg, J. Steele, D. Schaefer. ASSISTANT COACH J. Mc GUIRE r HEAD CDACH E. WILKE lAbove L. to R.J Front Row: D. Parkinson, U. Corcoran, N. Esser P. Kerin, J. Steele, J. Leichtenberg. 2nd How: Coach L. Wilke, Mgr. J. Gill, E. McNamara, B. Gallagher, T. Lombardino, K. Frederick, T. Brader, D- Brown. 3rd Row: T. Karls, T. Coan, J. Scott, F. Moran E. Ross, G. Mergen, E. Arnold. 4th Row: Mgr. D. Brockman, N. Haas J. Lang, N. Schappe, H. Gorman, A. Bennett. fBelow L. to 3.1 Co-Captain P. Kerin, Manager J. Steele, Co-Cap- tain L. Esser. i.f5l ASSISTANT CDACH W. HEILMAN VW Wm "Ou . L -' QQ, 194 r. 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Boessler, F. Meixner, H. Bohne, D. Noltner, J. Waldvogel, H. Moran, Coach E. Wilke. Q . ' i J' fig. 1 .gig '.oJ Kffilkwl 'SVSIVNIIM-"3 i uni lr I .,., Xi ' ' gd 5"l 'I Xf-'if 7 gym ss 0 amz W""' mx 0. " E fro? If" MQ. ' F M19 'S ' Ji S' 'L' A V i 4M V. ,V 5 K N BASEBALL ront QL R Coach B Noran Gorman herln D Zac Steele D Schaefer J Statz Mgr B Kle1nhe1nz 2nd Row Joachlm D Schmltz D Fnders G Rlchardson D Corcoran J Lang . ergen P. CCOFm1Ck. 3rd Bow. C. ,BID . bpahr R Do W. Welch K. McCormick D. Sullivan J. Leichtenberg. "' :ww Y,,V1cQd,VvvV1J ..1Qw9. Y LX9jxQ- .galil Q76 5 'MFT' 4 fL. to H e hwuk ,h!W2umkw? STRIKE EHHEE! WAITING POR ACTION .P U. Zach, J. Steele H. Gorman 'YOU'RE 0UT!' o R J Stee - 1 gF"!?T'ff? ' Y,,,,..ff V , af ,fl .v .9 . 1.4 1 f ,rf W Pi Y' .,--xmi . Mm 5 vp 4.,A 6, 532,21 Y r"?? rr - l . 916 KJ V :- PROUD POSSESSORS OF THEIR LETTERS ARE THE HJYS OF THE 'E' CLUB ront Row: W. Esser, N. Schappe, K. Longua, D. Zach, D. Schaefer, Haas, R. Gorman, J. Stzatz, J. Steele Row: D. Brockman, C. Bossart, P. Kerlin, S. Karls, P. Roach, J. Leichtenberg, R. Ludlow, G. Farrell. 'U---4 't"'V-ubo- i H ,J s , nv 1 he La-nz, .X ..,fiff'f"a Q l"h "Ml" qs: in ...aa J I . .4 I. 1:- '-gn. THE CHEERLEADERS HAVE UDNE A FINE JOB OF RALLYIING SUPPORT FOR THE TEAMS. C. Trouard, S. Hunt, R. Leute, M. Endres, N. Jerrick, R. Leuthner. .. ,wk- Q fx Q 5 ifvf Qu 5-fn. i. E ,WY , if v ' Y? I Q , W , We .wiuxqgk 'V , M . ,N ,. S' We we 3 my +15 ' 'M' 3' Q if ,, .fb . ... Arg, 5 W I af. ta' 4 ' 0 X ' 'fry , ff. ,-,il ' .1 Q ,a 9 C AND ENTE RTA! NERS LECT U RERS BY THE COLEMANS. MR. L. F. SMITH AND HIS GREAT DANE, SUKI, AMUSED THE STUDENTS WITH A 'ONE DOG BAND' ACT. TENOR AND PIANIST V. ISHMAEL SANG AND PLAYED HIS ARRANGE- fLeftJMEMBERS OF THE 'CAST' OF THE 'LILLIPUT REVUE' PRESENTED MENTS OF HIT TUNES AND POPU- LAR CLASSICS. MR. M. MAYER BAFFLED HIS AUDIENCE WITH HIS FEATS OF MAGIC. . I-I Y Y. 3. X,'fx.xL-4 ,ef AFTER PRESENTING A LECTURE FOR THE STUDENT BODY MR. J. ELDRIDGE OF UNESCO ANSWERS THE QUESTIONS OF W. ESSER CONCERNING THE UNI- TED NATIONS. FATHER MACK GAVE AN INTERESTING ACCOUNT OF HIS RECENT TRIP ABROAD. J We 4 W is Wi' I -up--f. ,5:f.:..1 x MQ. 'ff 1 , is , '?' A 1 'L YJ , ,,, in Yuan ras, ,, xv, . ix Q W ,V 2 is " w . ' 'h Qi' fm V5 sr v ,Pg Q iii A A ' 1 3 Ak vw, '53, , Qing, Y. K, fm .V 3 ff F 'L fa ARM 4 A , x, . , TS E , ss. V3 .,, 2 ' 0 , ""'.. . . lr f eip Y f .MV V M 0 . Q ,Q f, f x zf W , ..N,w,.. ...fune- x Q Mx' T1 H :f " Pj' p 1. wg: A iymi- ' 4 WTTS? R. Gorman, J. Steele KNITS! Front KL. to R.l: P. Parkinson, J. Domini, J. Trainor, P. Purcell. 2nd Row: Devine, E. M. Geier, R. Kessenich, M. Pilon, D. Roherty. 'Vik M. L KNIT WITS7 E. M. Geier B Roherty rf 'KS MN .si 4 H. 'I ulttfn .-"F 3 . .1 .QL ' ' ,..' mir z xffsff' ,x .. A. ww..A'1,- '61f 'LAL . . '- 1- A we-I 5 .R . y 'i:7Dgv,r'.U Rv! wav ,Nha 5. .. as :4-4' F- K 1" -T' . .. 'YE 5. ' X Y A7 , ' 1 YN . I' .x 4. .i , 5 ' ' ' . 4 H. V. A? V .- n MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY R. Saeman A FAVORITE CAMPUS TREE Freshmen unidentified W A THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF THE FRESHMAN CLASS. W. Spevacek, H. Mack A BARREL OF FUN! C. Meichner, Y. Eckstein THE BORED, SOPHISTTCATED SENIOR GIRLS WH N GOOD FRIENDS GET TOGETHER CL. to R.D M. Leuthner, S. Harks, J. Front Row CL. to R.l: W Taylor J Toohey, B. Sokoloski, C. Trouard, J. Wiedholz, J. Schaaf, N White J Togstad, B. Farley, M. Cafferty, M. Alito: 2nd Row: F. Meixner E Ross L. Mohrhauser, M. Hess. I Cl-UTY fh lgku-Q dwe- uqhef, erhe Glam.. ACKN.OWLEDGEMENT The Crusader Staff wishes to thank the business men whose loyal support helped to make the l9-49 Crusader a success. They are confident that the patronage ofthe Edgewood students as the future citizens ot Madison will express their gratitude for the co-operation and courteous assistance of the advertisers. We extend our sincere thanks to Lew Cornelius, R. Fellers, F. Mercer, A. Vinje Black Studio, I. 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Fairchild 66 Phone: Fairchild 3400 3410 Monroe Street MADISON WISCONSIN I 875 Monroe Street CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 49 GENERAL SALES 6. SUPPLY CO JORDANBROS QuoIIty Meats cInd Groceries I863 Monroe' Street MADISON 5 WISCONSIN BADGER 350 BADGER 4042 AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE SUPPLIES Inc EM Md W Now 'me wenmfns BRICIHTAND FAIR YO-I'Ef,I0Iz.." u 's To REPAIR WELCH Q Q6 X The little VCE I F I I I Compliments of J I I E. R. I 1- 1 o 3 1 'V X X M U N , aom -- 4515.1 523 . am St. 'ZQEQQQ Q j-,bn ' '19 H - 0 f -'--,.g- ' f ' - -1'ZgY'fl'.gf'7 -.'j:. 1-15 ilk 2 Plumber " f'-."'. - -- I - A : a ison, isconsin ,rr .1-5, 5 , -pnllll' it - ,,.. -kk T x Q 'Jil' 1 J. HH E Best Wushes TO THE cmss OF 49 Amencan Exchange Bank COURTESY AND COOPERATION Modnson, Wusconsm M b F D I C ,mis '1 I2 Y E A ....!H!fg12Q.n SAL'S FRUIT MARKET QUALITY SALES FOR ALL FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Open Dolly 8 A M to 6 P M 1859 Monroe Street Frrdays 8 A M to 8 P M Phone Gzfford 750 for the Smartest and Newest In APPAREL FOR YOUNG MEN KARSTEN S On Capatol Square 22 North Carroll Best Wlshes The Class of 49 Qibubfefide? I I- M CHINNIIIFII 9 G IIB! Sl PINK ST MADISON WIS CONGRATULATION EDGEWOOD SENIOR CLASS OF 49 BURDICK 6. MURRAY CO OLSON 6. VEERHUSEN H f s c r . ' . U , l I - f 1 3. F""'CNiL vft'2"'. S to the Congratulations . . . 7 -- No. Pinckney - 9 On the Square at State St. " ar , chaffner 8. Marx Io hes" Agents of74llzod VanLznas Inc WhaHem Transfer 8: Stnra e C0 , Inc 605 Unlversnty Avenue MADISON 5 WISCONSIN LARGEST FIRM IN THE CITY sPEc1AL1z1NG IN THE HANDLING or HOUSEHJLD Goons Fox Movm STORING PACKING AND SHIPPING FINE MEATS ,,,mvwl ,M .J-""' Ma BI' SINCE 1883 h va - ...M . ,' , N .-- - Y V , . O . r . , . ..-Anim. L- .... 1 --iii, 3' ::'-if-:Z ri :qs ' " We 81688 of '49 1155511151 MADISON S MOST INTERESTING STORES BEST WISHES THE CLASS OF 49 GEORGEI HUCK op et I W te Ioo MII LOUIS Saeman s Sons Inc Cross Plains Wisconsin DEALER IN LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS COAL AND LIVES TOCK Welcome to Manchester s th pl tho we e e u ter ge W cx o e gne a teete When g e oo gh cy y og o p ec te t Y u ee g yo k e o e e h ppy e ou W Mnhet Harry S Manchester, Inc ll 1 11 I I TO I o I . . . 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