Edgewood High School - Crusader Yearbook (Madison, WI)

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M S r Typr Arh Ekr 1 'Y W X1 , , J N, r 1 1 1 Y Co- di ors John Mcfformick, Rosemary Rocca Activities Mar f ris offerson, Joanne an , e ' ei Art Doro h acey Business Leroy Berigan, Lawrence cCormick por S Edward Arnold, Earl Ross is s Marie n ony, Yvonne c s ein SAINT MARIA GURETTI DEDILATIOD A neu patroness of youth Saxnt Marla Gorettl was canonlzed on une 1 1950 A martyr for purlty at the age of twelve thas twentleth century saint set an example for 1ll teen angers by her love of vlrtue She stands forth as 'tn 1dc1l for young people who must cope wnth the ewls and xsms of the times On the occaslon of her canonlrttxon our Holy lnither sud chnldrcn and all the young people mll find 1 sate rtfubt, trustmg that they shall be protected from exerv contimtnatlon and be able to wallc the l1lgl1W'lyS of life with serenity of spnrlt and deep o To this Model for Moderns Salnt Miria Gorettl me the senlor class dedlcate our 1951 Crusader Page 5 - Y . . . J 7 - ' - 't , - - H. ., . . . " . 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HU N Q' vi? 4 F K Q Q -'N' 5. it CLASSES 4551" MM it W ' 'mga "-W is 1:2-J' 'el " Q- Z, ge 4- mis it W MJ? uw ? 31 K V H. ai M SENIOR COUNCIL to Rl R Spahr presxclent F Meutner L Lmk D Strxcker M Farrell P McCormick M Chrnstofferson SENIORS From the seed that m the autumn falls to the ground and IS covered wlth leaves and soil, a tree IS born Mlf0V Four years ago, we entered h1gh school and became a part of Edgewood Year by year, our roots have reached deeper mto the herltage of Cathollc culture From lt we have drawn wisdom and grace as we have grown to maturxty PHYLLIS ALIGHIERI Dru lf ly1J Rtcexvmg, the coveted diploma 'it grwdtmtxon wlll be Phyls great est thrill She clums her favorxte pastlme rs ch1uffermg around town Nlrsslun Club l MARIE ANTHONY Slnrrt and Lo-vely Red s future plans mclucle t tcndxng the U Always smllmg herself she can t stand people wxth out humor Christmas Pageant flVlaryl 4 GAA I, MISSION Club 1, Crusader, NHS 4 L Page 8 ' ,, ' '. fw 'f" ? 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V v , . , 5 6- EDWARD ARNOLD -lll Tins and llrazfn un Buddy was one of Edgewoods representatives at Badger Boys Smte Someday we may know htm as Dr Orvtlle Edward Arnold M D Ph D Class Vuce Pres I Athletxcs I 2 5 4 Crusader Court of Honor l 7 NHS 4 THOMAS BEYLER So Tzrfd Tom 1 very nne snnger can ln eard 1t anv one of the schrv l dances He would luke to get 'about 1000 tn the bank before he IS twenty one Athletics 3 4 Glee Club 4 K an 495 AL XVYN BENNETT D 1' 111 Ihr Hun! uf Imax Tex hires leeches He pl'1ns to movt west 1nd goto U C l A He ll proljqbly retlfe 011 rqnch 1.5 bxg g1me hunter President 5 HELLNE BIRRENKOTT zz r 1 Sun II Helcxme enjoys worlcmg 'lt the lxl nonx Root Beer Stind Shu vull mxss most the endless trtlc 1cross town on tht us Glee Club I x,llSSllJl1 Cluh I 7 CIAA l 2 5 4 nd w--v sawn ILROY BERIGAN I U1 fy I After griduitton Slcxp plins to 'mttcnd St Norberts College H15 dr1m1tlc efforts merit 1 mont con ttict ll'l the future? ents l 7 34 Ctusldc Cour of l-lonur 5 IJl"IIT1'lIlLS Club 4 HAROI D BOHNE I Ilrnzlmq lfr' ll ill C u Pxerrcs btggest thrtll w1s pl1y xne footlnll The cl1ss wlll rcmem her him 1s the First to volunteer for mllxtlry strvlce m ttxcs l 7 Page 9 , ,JL N 1 . A K T 1 T- '10 f 11:1 ! Q! ' I , ., . f f - ' f B, R t -H U - -- , 5 t Q . I 4 M 1 'Ii ,..- A "H Aifp.. ' ' ' ' I - 0 a t 4' a , K L - " - " A 3 3 "3 AYl'1l?fiCS I,-13,45 Prom King 5: Tnvoritc snort is basketball. Wlll has Avthl- " ,.., . 1 -' '4 -r: . t . 1 ' , . e I h K 1 , oo, "t:,.'- uvfff pn- 1, s' , 5 I 4 E b I .. 1 ,ww r . L. I F 3 ll . .-.mg ' V - A A ' ' - f ' , Y 7 , . A - , T ' fl Atl I- ,-,s. A 1 ' 6 1 1 lie I , A rf I' if, ' I ,. H ELIZABFTH BOLLIG I1 l I :zu Janr Music lover Liz would like travel during her vacations from office work Shorthand and book keeping with Sister Alexius are tops with her Shell miss most the kids 1nd her teachers DOROTHY BROCKMAN Tool Tun! Tnutsif' Tootie declares that A in Alge bra her most remembered occasion She IS to be a. teacher but hasnt told how when or where Mission Club l Z 5 4 GAA l 7 3 4 'W' vga- JAMES BOTHAM Sailing Sailing Tuck talces pride in the many cups he has won in sailing the Nipentuck He is planning to take mecbanical engineering at the Glee Club Z4 Mission Club 1 B1nd 2 Dmmatics Club 4 DAVID BROWN lm 5'77W9 On Top 0 YM' World TO get out in the cruel world is diploma will be THE thrill of high school Dave plans to go into the coiching Field Athletics l 2 3 4 ak t ,Qi lk 4-1:5 Nw bg JANE BOTHAM Bwumlfed Bollzfrfd and Brfmld rrzd Nip is noted for her abilities to drive the limousine and to supply the family knitting She will con tinue studying but has not made a choice of school Glee Club 1234 Mission Club 1 Z 3 4 Dramatics Club 2 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 JOHN BRUNINER Old Faithful Two great thrills unior Prom and bookkeeping class just won t let ohnny forget his years at Edge 1 scientific farmer and till the soil around Cross Plains f'5'u1" K A 11 fe ii X - C .1 ,'. H' . , . Y ,. ., , - - , V - H -V . ,. H , H , . , . er va A - ' ' ' . - H 4 H , to .. - Q,-, . , - A - , . ' 1 v 1 i U U V Y I - I , an 1 , , , 9 , , 9 ' K ' K ' v 1 ' 1. . ., 'A .. V U .. , .- - f I U ' ,J ' - - , , 4 A NJ 1, V . .. I - ., Dave's ambition. Receiving that wood. His secret ambition is to be .. - ,V - . - , ' x 7 a 4 7 7 V ' A ' 4 , . . 5 +7 , - sw' ,, , L: -,, . ia: tray Q :,. V If r' . X E V 3 is KENNETH BRUNNER Deed I Do Ken who apprecnates the outdoor lxfe plans to contxnue m the Held of farming Hls pet peeves are two the 8 30 bell and the cafeterxa lxne PATRICIA CARMODY Smzle and Shan Your Dzmple A vacatxon trlp to Canada holds speclal memorles for Pat She still dreams of the day xt snowed so hard that school was closed Pat plans to go to the U to take up teachxng Mussxon Club 124 Glee Club 2 GERALD BUECHNER You Fame fllong erry s secret ambmon ns to rxd the world of women drivers Huntmg occuples many of hxs lelsure hours Ironxcally enough he wxll mlss school the most PATRICIA CHANDLER Honey Naturally curly hair IS Txsh s chief charm As a daxly bus rlder her pet peeve is waltxng for buses Mlsslon Club 12 3 4 Dramaucs GRETCHEN BURGER Redhead You Aldorable Redhead As red heads wxll Gretchen claims her red curly halr IS her chief charm She intends to major m psychology Glee Club l lVllss1on Club l Z 3 4 Dramancs Club 2 MARY CHRISTOFFERSON lux! a Lxttlr Sunshzne Few of us can boast of a rrxp to Alaska as Chris can Her unceas mg occupatxon IS smxlmg Clubl2 GAAl234 417,24 Senior Councll Treasurer 3 Band 1 Z 3 4 Crusader Flame Throwers 3 4 NHS 4 Page ll MARIANXI COAN Don t lzvfr Change Marlann was always rxght there whenever there was any decorating to be done That w1ll help a lot when she goes xnto Interxor Decor atmg Dramatlcs Club Z 3 4 GAA 12 Mxssxon Club 1 Z 3 Glee Club 1 2 DONALD COURTNEY Rarmg Plflrh Ihr' Moon The crystal ball tells us that Don s xnterest In hot rods and jaloples will never die He ns plannmg a career xn mechamcs Track I Z ,QQ Page 12 IQ DONA COLEMAN Poudrr Your Parr W llfl Sznlslzxnr Dona regrets leaving the students and Sxsters but gracluatxon her most memorable event of hrgh school necessitates th1s Her secret ambmon xs to be a member of the nursmg profession VICTOR CRAPP Boy WIN! the W1s!fulEyf.f Vic who plans to work ln 'in of fice after graduatxon IS one of the boy enthuslasts talcmg shorthand and typing He worlcs well ln every thmg CAROL CONNERS fm! .Shr Surf! Carol finds If hard to forget the usual l95OJun1or Prom As for t e future she lntencls to attend the U and someday hopes to go to Cahforma Mlsslon Club Z 3 Dramatlcs Club Z 3 GAA 3 Court of Honor 2 MARGARET CROWLEY I ll S'rf' You in My Drrams Margle came to Edgewood from Belolt Hlgh and hopes to continue her eclucatxon at Mount Mary Col lege She enjoyed Sxster Regmas sociology class most of all Dramitxcs 4 GAA 3 4 Typing 3 4 Shorthand 3 4 'E' f"" CRYSTAL DAVIS Sfealrrx ll allz Crxs enjoys roller slmtnng her mbmons mclucle becomxng 1 slut mg star and travelmg Sister Alex :us bookkeeping class vuns her vote 1s bemg most enjoyable B'1nd I Z MARIE DUNN SLN! 'llaru lVl1r1e keeps the ball rollmg both between classes and on the basket ball court Her abllnty has been 1 welcome 'asset to GAA lVllss1on Club 7 GAA l 7 3 4 'kgfif MW 9 Vi' fi 'H' I W YQ Ng CHARI ES DIEDERICH liflaflf ,JFK Chas wlll never forget those huntmg trxps and gr'1clu'nt1on Hu chnef chirm lhe saysl IS hrs curlx h11r YVONNL ECKSTEIN 011 I nu lztflf' Rana! h e ream 1 par shlp ln the Martxn W1rtner Eck stein Horse I-hven Shell never forget thut -X m deportment MISSION Club 7 3 4 Dramancs Club 7 3 4 Crusader GAA 2 3 4 NHS 4 my '7-N" .F MZ ff PATRICIA DOLI I-un an I Famy Frff It you see a new Chevx zoommg down the street witch out t muy be P1tl Her fivorxte p1st1me xs wrlt me notes or talkmg on the telc phone Nlxssxon Club 1 7 3 4 Clmeri Club CAA I 7 3 4 Dr1m'lt1cs Club 4 IOIS ENDERS Inu In 'ily Sunflnnf Ioeys wonderful clxsposmon will help during her nursing career Shell remember the Glee Club trip to the Mound Glee Club 12 lVl1ss1on Club 4 Llbriry Club 4 Dr'1m1t1cs Club 7 .1 Page 13 we gligf , V.-4 2 s '12'H,15Q I ,,w?55 1 V, 'f 'fb ' A ,fl4,M+ . 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' V ,E , 1., W , V XM Y ' K Q" PATRICIA ENDRES S'f'nl1m rnfnl Mr Pat hopes to go West ln the future She wxll mlss cheering and out of town games but thmlcs graduatlon wxll make up for the losses GAA 1 2 3 4 Mlssxon Club 1 Z 3 4 Courr of Honor 3 Cheerleader THOMAS FITZPATRICK Raglimr I ofulmy FIIZ a member of the famous Y boys clalms as hrs chief charm a head of red halr Tom s favonte class ns the one after enghth perlod Football 4 Page 14 JOAN FARRELL S' Il I N F Coach a baseball fan will mlss most the out of town games Her frnends are many her enemles the few who call her oAnne Glee Club 1 MISSION Club I Dramatlcs Club 1 2 4 GAA l 2 NHS 4 CAROLE FLAD Wlusprrmg Carole can usually be heard saymg Honest? She enjoyed Sister Va talles English but wlll mlss lxbrary most GAA 1 2 3 4 M1ss1onl2 34 Dra matncs 2 3 4 i""innf'm MADELINE FARRELL Thr Sumhzne o YOUf Smilf' Ever cheerful Madellne IS consider ing enterlng nurses trammg She ll especxally remember servmg on the semor councll and contrlbutmg to the Homecommg Pep Rally lVl1ssxon Club 1 Z 4 Semor Council THOMAS FLYNN 4 Izitlf B110 Blarney Tom ns renowned for hls tumbllng 'iblllty he IS also a member of the track team After graduation Tom plans to enter the Avxanon Cadets Track 1 2 3 4 Tumblmg I Z 3 4 91 KENNETH FREDERICK Bark In thx' Saddlr -Igrun In hns spare tnme Burps 15 always m the saddle Hts future plans xnclude more school probably the Umvetstty IF Uncle Sam agrees Football 1 Z 3 ARTHUR GILL u :nt lxrf a Gund an 11111.71 Arts future pl'1ns xnclude elther the Army or the U Hus fnorxtf- sports 1re golf and bowling He hopes to mhernt hrs brother s Pon uac some d1y Footb1ll Z 3 4 C1mer1 Club 1 I' bv' 35 I 1 FRANCES GALLAGHER ll hm: Framrs IJIINFFJ IVIII1 VF Frans a clever seamstress sew mg class IS her favorlte and she spends her spare mme sewlng Her arflblflofls Include beconllng model Mtsston Club 4 Band 1 EDITH COQSNER Iln lun Illrmirn Edu xs 1 newcomer to Edgewood this yelr 'md no one c1n offer wny complixnts Her greitest thrxll w1s 1 trip to Europe last summer 3 1219 3.1 PATRICIA GASSER Jus! Il 'Ufmmy Pat came to Edgewood thxs your She looks forw1rcl to becoming n occupatxonil therapist Hlghllghts ln her ltfe were goxng home 1nd the 1950 State Fur Fl1me Throwt rs 4 jOANNE HAND larsrnmlztv thinks tht senxor holll w1s most memorilwlt hut siys j,l"ldLl1 txon 'md securing, her pcrm1nent driver s luctnsc g,1ve her tht gre-attest thrills Crus1der Thtspnns 34 Nlxssxon uh 1734 QAA1734 X1 5' "':.- I Page 15 Q1 1 ' I, we N45 'A ' Ai f "1 b 51 11 V I I " , 11. .. . " ' - 1 A " I ,' 'l 1 17 . - 1 7 - Al - Y! , 1 . - 1 , . 1 K I 7 I V I I I I K I 1 1 3 1 I a I I K 1. I . I' I 1 - I 1 "Yu Cl l I ft ' ,U ' ' ! I K I I f Q 1 1. -1 - Y 1 ' ' ' ' ., ,V v H I . . ,,,. y 4. 1 . - .1 ' ., .1 - ' ' ' ' , Jo .' ' . 1 1 . K " '1" ' 1 1 I 1 K 1. 4 v K 1 . I 4 - 1 1 1 ' I 1 Y - I ' l I I I IIII 1 I . 1 I 1 . I I I ' , ' '1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 f 1 , 1 I C1 ,-, , Z ,-. . 1 1 HS 4. IN 1 f M P I T I , ' 5 JO ANNE HANDEL I ll anna Go Ilomz' mill: You oAnne will always remember ctrtun Friday 13th She will espe cially miss the bookstore Future pl1ns include Mount Mary College Glee Club 1 Z 3 4 Court of Honor Z 4 Mission Club 2 3 4 ROI I AND HARRIS Mlmufdrzyx Mlmnldnzr' Rollu, hopes to get th1t title of bowler of the yeir but it m1y take some time He ind cousin Bill will optn the biggest bowling 'lllcys in tht world x uw 'L v- B1 A Page 16 El I7ABETH HANSEN lifly lu lool. it This St Ray s graduate would like to bt 'in wxrline hostess but thinlcs she will continue her educmtion 'it Ros1ry College Dr1m'1t1cs Club 2 Mission Club l 7 4 Glee Club Z 3 JUI IANNE HART 101111 Ilzr Top ulie transferred from Aquinas High School at the beginning of clude OWI1lng nl Hudson COI1Vcrt l C llmmnics Club 4 Christmas Pig 4-'mt lN1rr1torl 4 1' DIAINNF HARBORT Tlzrm 7 llrn' Iyfs The All Sur Crime at Green Biy will -ilwwys remain in Dis mem ory She is going to the University next yeir Mission Club 4 GAA IZ Flame Throwers 4 Drimatics Club 4 JEROME HFINIRICI-IS lf ll: Co! nn Most of the time er IS occupied with pliymg hockey in which he gradtntion B1slcub1ll 1 B1seb'xll 2 M15 RX E R 3, wx Y "IJ-' ' , ' . U 1 1 ' ' . . . .f -my - 1. r H' 1 n I . 1 7 Q A . 1 V 1 i i 1 I. Q , h ' . . J b Q' . 3 - 1 A ' 9 E , Q , L , , . ., v ,W U "A-liz' l' 1 F H V I 1 ' hm. junior year Her drcqms in, excels. His greatest thrill will be .. . bl -. L ' - 5 - - - as A' e i ll 4 , , , .gg 'Z .. V ' 1' ' .. , ' I A wi - l ALICE HOFFMAN -llnf Blur Goan Allces most memorable event was the junior prom She 15 undeclded about her future plans but she IS consxdermg elther nursmg or sec retarlal work Dramatxcs Club 2 MARK KEEGAN Voonfr or Ialfr Wlarlc transferred trom Bellevnlle ln hxs junxor year and wxll always re member hls first prom He wxll miss glee club actxvntxes Glee Club 3 4 if I N R- Y? NAYDENE JERRICK Thr Girl You H0111 Forge! Cheerleading and Slster Alexxus boolckeepmg class are Naydenes happiest memories She hopes to enter commerclal worlc at the U Prom ueen 3 Cheerleader Z 3 4 GAA 1234 Dramatxcs Club 4 FREDERICK KELLOGG llnlf 115 nr H fpy llay Nate has two mam mterests travel and sports He coached the Edgewood grade school football team last fill and played hockey durmg the wmter Traclc 3 Baslcetball 4 5 THOMAS KARLS I in a llusilfr Tom IS Interested nn all sports es pecrally football Playnng m the Green Bay game thxs year was xs greatest thrlll He has not yet tolcl anyone the secrets of has future career Arh etxcs l 7 3 4 MARJORIE KNOTH Unfair ll FII' lla uyx llnnklnq l on Margles chxef arm us to be a physxcal therapmst she wxll con tmue her study at the Umversxty Envy of all the gurls er rosy cheexs MISSION Club I 2 GAA l Z D a matncs Club 2 3 4 Page 17 IJARI I Nl KOMIS Ill I if 1111 in Dar who jomecl the senior class thxs year says her chxef atm IS to htcome a teacher She thlnlcs her greatest thrills have been recenung the letters from home ANN MARY KUEHN Rfllllflflll Drrznnrr Marys 'another new Eclgewoodxte Her favonte pastlmc IS gomg home She aclcls that her secret ambmons are to attend school ln Florxda and to go to Europe :lin N Page 18 nv- '7Ds OTTO KRAI lm K ladl V11 l 1 Otto joined us nn hxs senxor year fxom lmz Austria He wnll always remember bookkeeping class and Qxster Alexlus He hopes to remam nn the good old U S A to contmue hrs schoolxng DOROTHY LACEY l'rr1 klrx Lace wxll mlss the out of town games and Sr Regma s soctology Clqss She plans on enferlng the GAA 1 Z 3 4 fPres 35 Dramatucs Court of Honor 3 Crusader 4 NHS 4 ,ff Q-sf. JOHN KROEGFR In 'Hy lllfllj Ullfmululf aclc wxll mlss Sxster Audrey her bxology class AND his countless golf games Next fall wtll find htm entering the Unnverslty of Wlscon sm ELLEN LACY Shy Om' Ellen who doesnt ltke to be called Ellte ns usually very qutet but her lnvely brown eyes betray her unclerlymg sense of humor Glee Club 2 JNWQXQ f 2, 1 as H , .Q , Q A. . ' Z V, p N- ' o f " , :""'Z i 5 A .5 5 Q A" 1 , - 'fm' Ji ' ' A . ' ' "1 13, ' 1 vp '1',-lfxwur' A A. ' .4 K K W ' - - 1 A v . ' L Qi 'A as .,, fn , fd W x as' y ' Q KARL LANG Jfpr fwfr fit Karl pl1ns ro le1rn 1uro mechinxcs 1fur gmduauon He clnms hns besr frxend to be Dxck Iyons He wxll mxss most the candx store 'md lxkes to play footlmll most Athlencs 1 2 4 Bwnd I 7 I I-O I INK 11 Leo Would llke tn tqke QFIQIUCQYIIIQC 'at the Unnversxry He will miss Father Barron s Religion cl1ss more th1n anything else 'it Edgewood Student Council 4 K1 if 'P 45 , MICHAEI IATHERQ 1111 11111111 II111 I I nm Mickey s secret 'lmbmon xs to be come presxdent of Kroger s He perxenced the thrxll of 1 llf-CIIITIE when the wheel fell off hls slxclc black 74 Buxck convertible V1ce Pres Z Mxsslon Club 1 7 XVIINIFRFD IOTTPQ 11111177111llfflfljfldfll ul U1 Chemistry IS lxsted WIIIHIES most enjoy1ble class xt wnll prove to be of value when she mlces a Dental Hygxene Course 1t Mar quette MISSION Club I 2 3 4 Llbriry Club 7 GAA l 7 3 4 Dmmitlcs Club 4 7"- VIRGINIA LEASE V11 5 ilu S1n1vl11r1r uf 11111111111 Vxrglrua w1ll miss Sister MTYIC Rxtas typlng class the most She plans ro follow the c'1reer of office worker Glee Club 13 Mxsslon Club Z Dmmaucs Club 7 RICHARD I YONS Upfn flu' D111 R11 lmnl Dxclc s xmmednte plans for the ture Include f1rm1ng 'although he IS eqllilly Interested In baSk9tb1ll He gladly leives the 8 30 bell to future Edgewooclxtes ,gl ill axe-7"' N QS Page 19 S 0 I f , , H . , I :Al . 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Wi J EAN MARTIN Jrnnzf 1171111 Ihr 1111111 Brwurz Ilnzr le1n will continue her schooling at Whxtewater State Teachers College She excells ln rldlng 'md IS hopmg to raxse a strung of horses xn her spare time GAA 2 3 4 JOHN McCORMICK lm 1 Tfur' Born Irish Intl Doc also represented Edgewood at Endger Boys State Although he clalms hxs greatest thrill w1s malt mg a touchdown nn the Green Bay gime nevertheless his chief sports mterest IS hockey Athletics 1234 Class Offxcer fsec 1 V1c Pres 3 Crusader 4'5" Page 20 ELIZABETH MATTS Slffpy Time Gal Commercnal work holds Bettys at rentxon for the future She consxd ers Sister Alexlus shorthand class most enjoyable Glee Club 1 2 Library Club 1 Z 3 4 Dramatlcs Club I 4 KENNETH McCORMICK -I Iltllr B11 Indeprndrnl Leon wnll never forget Miss Pohl s freshman Engllsh class Hts greatest thrill 1n the Held of sports w1s hls first basket Athletlcs 1 Z 3 4 Court of Honor 3 Fither Mazzuchelll 3 PATRICIA MAYVILLE Drar Ol! Illgh qtlllllll Days Pat lnkes to spend her time llstemng to records and dancmg After grad u1txon she intends to take up sec retarxal work Glee Club 1 2 Dramatlcs Club Z LAWRENCE MCCORMICK Wzth a Song In My Heart Larry lcnown as the Voice has specxal programs He wishes to con tlnue his educatlon at the Umver sxty of WISCONSIN Glee Club 1 Z 3 4 Athletxcs 1 Z 3 4 Crusader Dramatlcs Club 4 'Va ,, lg X A , . ' It I . I, ' I K , , . , , ll v W' U ' ' 1 1 4 I ' H ' ' ' H ' n A ' A ' ' 7 l v - . . . . , , - y . . . I V D 1 ' I s Q a a 1 ' ' V ' 9 , . . . , , - ,. - . U U - 7, Y , served as a vocallst at many of our " ' . , ' " .4 ' ' u ' - u vs 1, ,, , , ' y , . . - - - ' I . - - , , , 1. , , , 9 I - 4 I . , ' -K , - a n r 3 ' H g . . s 7 1 Q 1 . , .e . 5 . V 1 M . 1 I , L PATRICK McCORMICK Casey at the Bat Yogx famous for hxs feats on the baseball dnamond has really earned his mclcname Hls later plans are centered around a Pre Med course probably at the U Senxor Council Athletxcs 1 2 3 4 FREDERICK MEIXNER Sllelleo -lraby Fred will never forget those trlps to St Louis Bexng captaln of the Wayland football game was his greatest Ihflll Class Presxdent Z Court of Honor Z Athletics I 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 Mxssnon Club I EDWARD McNAMARA Mr Tourlzdo-un US -I Butch wxll always remember his trips to the east slde Hls biggest thrill naturally was playing a lot of football C ass Pres 1 Athletncs l 2 3 4 Court of Honor 1 Glee Club 4 JAMES MERGEN Take Mr Out tn tlm Ball Game Rube plans to turn pro as soon as he graduates He says that blg cars should be outlawed Seemg the world with Rusty lS his biggest plan Baseball l Z 3 4 CLAIRE MEICHER Eftfrythmg ls Oalefy Dfmkfy Knlttmg and the sports of the sea son hold Clalre s mterest She plans to attend St Francls School of Nursxng at LaCrosse MISSION Club 2 3 4 GAA I 2 3 4 Dr1m1t1cs Club 4 IAMES MILLER Tllfrf' lV1u II Ilttlr 'Hiller Boy C would lllce to glve B111 Stern some competxtlon but first he plans to attend the Unxverslty Hls flashy shirts and his Pontiac lend brxght spot to Edgewood Mnsslon Club I Athletics 12 Page Z1 gk. 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NJ ,, , , , . . . . y v a s - ' ' ' 3 f ,, g :X , H Q I I FLOYD MORAXI Dfnr Old F1151 Sidi' Rusty 'wlll embark upon a bus: ness career after graduation You sald that before 15 one of h1s fav orlte sayxngs He wxll miss Rube s Wxlly Football 2 3 Track Z 3 MARY LOU OHNSTAD Vary lou II011' You Mo sees a future of Home Ec before her The rest of her leisure tlfne she llke to use In Seeing the world Glee Club 7 Mission Club 23 GAA l 2 3 Page 22 HEI EN MUELLER Surnrnnr' Izkf You Helen says her pet peeve xs people pushmg on buses Her atm 15 to enter the held of nursmg Mxssxon Club 14 Dramatxcs Club 4 Flame Throwers 4 MARGARET O NEILL I rn 4-u ally Glad I m 111511 Peggy wxll mlss wrxtlng plays for Slster Angele and partxclpatmg 1n many other school actlvntxes She hasn t yet decided whxch college to attend Glee Club 1234 Mlssxon Club Z 34 Thesplans 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 NHS 4 r 19' E PHILIP MUNDT Thr T1m1'IJ Arm, Phxl plans on bexng an archltect after graduatlon He can always be seen wlth the boys and has a secret ambmon to become a mxlllonalre Gym Class 1 2 3 4 PATRICIA PAGE Pntrnm 'Hy Darling Patrztla Sxster Alexxus shorthand class was Pats most enjoyable one Ir will probably be of servlce xn her fu ture school days Glee Club 1 2 Dramatxcs Club 1 2 3 4 Mxssxon Club 2 3 4 Z' A 1 J f1::il:?Qf N . 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I , . , 9 1 , A ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 -1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 5 " '!ll-s F ROBERT PAGE Hr' 5 a Jolly Good Frllofz Nemo w1ll always remember the Prom and Sxster Regma s soclology class Future plans mclucle the Um versxty of WISCONSIN Athletlcs 1 2 3 4 JUDITH PONTI Goo uf uclys favorite pastime 15 tallcmg WllILh db we KNOW IS a F951 art Her future plans mclude attendmg the Unxversxty Glee Club l 2 Dramatxcs Clu 3 4 Mxssxon Club 1 7 3 4 NHS 4 af- Q CHARLES PETRANEK Tim lrfoplanf Van Chuck ns THE model 11rpl1ne boy of the semor class He hopes to enter 1 business connected wnth planes of a bigger nature and llsts hls biggest thflll, '15 hls FIYSI alrllnc Hxght THOMAS RAFFEL I1 ufzru Say Lxtte Rafe xs f1mous for hls flashy orange socks Besxdes be-mg interested rn photography h s curxous to determxne the exact mileage per gallon Camera Club 1 Z K U r JOAN POMAINVIII E P110 lnol Tran Iyrs n Blur 011110 new at Fdgewood ITIIS year plans to follow some course IH WTI 'lfler gfqduaflon She S'lYS her most memorable occuslon w1s 1 trlp to New York Fl ume Th rowers 4 MARY REINDL Ilan iy Gal Marys greatest thnll was w1nnxng the umor French Award and she naturally w1ll mxss French class the most She plans on entermg Whlte water Teachers College Nlxsslon Club 4 Page Z3 ,IEANINE RIESELMAN Slfllfl ami 8111115 Your Illmplr Gettmg hcr clrxver s lxcense ts ean lrle S lfnrnedlqrc goal her fu ture plans are concerned with the the nursing profession She s prov ed her mtcrest m her career by de clarxng chemxstry her favorite class Camera Club 2 3 Glee Club I 2 3 EARL ROSS Dam 1' liallzrlrm Dantz Shorty and hls Runway Glrls will be missed by all He enjoyed Sxster Alexlus boolclceepnng class as well as econ 165 Q ROSEMARY ROCCA Y u H nnlrf ul You ournalnsm at Marquette figures nn Rosle s future plans She will al ways remember last years fun at Badger Grrls State Cwlee Club 1 2 3 4 Crusader Thes plans 34 Class Secretary 3 Mrs sion Club 2 3 4 NHS 4 LaVONNE RUHMER Rumor: 'Ire Flying Bunny says her secret ambntlon 15 to travel to South America Her favoflte pastxme 15 playlng H par game of golf Court of Honor 4 Prom ueen 3 KENNETH ROESSLER lVfll 4llR1gh1 Ken who can really tell the hunt mg and Flshmg tones will remem ber Sxster Lxonels classes as laxs favorxte Although hrs pet peeve IS homework he plans to tal-ce up engmeermg at the U Athletics I 2 3 4 SALLY SAUBERT 'Uy Gal Sal Out of town games and umor Prom were Sals greatest thrxlls Stardust IS her favorite song here ms another U student Dramatlcs Club l 2 3 4 GAA l Z 3 4 Mission Club I 2 3 4 Cheer leader 1 Nllssxon Club 1 Athletics l 2 3 4 Crusader Class Treasurer I Sec retary Z 'if Page 24 MISSION Club 3 4 Band 3 CORRINE SCHLIMGEN Smile: Corky s frlendly dxsposmon wxll be a valuable asset lh her secretarial work She enjoys travelmg shes been to Canada already Glee Club l Camera Club 1 Mis sxon Club I 2 3 4 Flame Throwers MARY ELLEN SEGERSON Too Murh Imagination Mary Ellen plans to attend Rosary College and take up soclal work She will mxss her knlttmg sessions m the bookstore Dramaucs Club 1 2 3 4 GAA I 3 4 Mlsslon Club 1 2 3 4 GLADYS SCHLIMGEN Dear Frzend: Farewell Homework Gladys says 15 her pet peeve Another pupil of Slster Alexxus she hopes to become a sec recary shes bound to be a good one GAA 2 3 Camera Club 2 3 4 JOHN SHAFER Gypsy John ohn wnll always remember the dance and floorshow which follow ed a basketball game ln hls sopho more year H15 future plans include school way out West Dramancs Club 2 M in THOMAS SCHWOEGLER Fzne and Dandy Schweg plans to contlnue his ath letlc career although hls cholce of school IS xndefimte Hrs bxggest thrill ln the football season was trxmmmg Wayland Academy Homecommg Kxng 4 Athletrcs 1 2 3 4 JUDITH SIUDZINSKI Slender Tender and Tall udxe who IS best remembered for her Al olson act says her future plan IS to study nursmg at St Mary s ln Madison Mnssxon Club 12 3 4 Dramaucs Club 1 Z 3 4 Flame Throwers 3 4 Page 25 ROLAND SPAHR All of Mr Rolo a very fine athlete has fu ture plans to attend school and to play college football He will mxss most Pat McCormick Senxor Class Presxdent E Club Presxdent Athletics 1234 WHS DORENE STRICKER A Prrtty Gul Is Lzke zz Melody All the gurls envy Strlck her beautiful red skx sweater which she lcmt herself Honor student semor councll member loyal band sup porter shes sure to be successful of" 1:21 GREGORY STATZ Blau Galzrwl Blau Greg IS not dxsclosxng any future plans because Uncle Sam may change tlungs a little He would lllce to take a trxp to Canada Hxs most memorable occaslon IS Gradu atxon but hxs greatest thrxll was rxdmg m Mergen s Wllly DENNIS SULLIVAN I Takz' Tlnngx Easy Denny IS deflnxtely the rovxng type He xs firmly convxnced that THE perfect school 15 one without rules Glee Club 2 3 4 Mxsslon Club 1 Z 124 74' ICANN STRAUS Tzll We MN! Agam o has proved to be an ardent worker nn varnous school projects She has no defimte plans for the future but secretly aspnres to be come a HOI'lSI Mxssxon Club 3 4 JEANNE TIERNEY Tranny eame will m1ss Slster Cajetan and Homeroom 109 Edgewood College 15 mcluded ln her future plans Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 1 GAA 124 Court of Honor l Dramatncs Club Z 3 4 Llbrary Club 1 NHS 4 lh her future school days Band 2 34 MISSION Club l Glee Club I Senior Council NHS 4 Page 26 in T-I...."" ' ffffiew fffw, 4 WV' 4 twizf , aw, ' ' I ' , A N . ff-gfQf7'w"3 X 4 " ' . , A, iigff' j f 1 , . fu f . W , www A' S 4 'X 4 H435 f ww V Q, ' f 25 j"-,153 , ,1 523,53 5 I X V will , r Q 'rqffgifg K rr ' ' u 3 HJ yy 1, , - lu I I ' 3 ff 1. U - ll , !t DY' - A . y 7 ' . . . ' ' . , - ' x y . . . , , . 3 3 v 1 1 S L U - If NJ - n ' - - r .1 - , ' ,I H . H ' " ' " V - A 1 y n 3 Q ' ' ' - - 1 , 3 3 ' ' - - , 1 3 . , ' 7 ' ' . . 3 V 3 1 3 7 I ' y V 9 3 9 5 - - L RICHARD TRAINOR When' d You Get Those Fyex Butterball came to Edgewood from Lincoln in his Junior year His marks of distinction are long curly eyelashes and that speedy little green car Athletics 3 4 GERALD WHITE lm A Happy Little Jokfr who can always be seen with The Boys has a secret ambition to leave school He is undecided about the future 4H Club. ll i DONNA WARTNJER Aly Boon and Saddle Donnas favorite pastime is riding her horse Backtalk and entering the horse shows She looks forward to becoming an art teacher Mission Club 1 2 3 Cheerleader 1 Court of Honor 1 Dramatics Club NHS 4 MARY J EAN WILHELM let Mr f all You Smvrethrar! Mary Jean wants to become a sec retary but is uncertain where she will train, She will never forget Senior Homecoming. Camera Club 2 3' GAA Z 3' Mis- sion Club 4. GERALD WELCH He 5 a Rzght Guy Ikes favorite pastime is winter sports The Little Plumber can usually be found driving about town in one of the trucks Track 3 4 DANIEL ZANDER 'Old Hutiermzlk Sky Dan says and we all agree that he will miss that friendly 3:20 bell. He plans to carry on the tradition of the Zander Dairy Industry. Page 27 3' iff 53 -.di Page 28 ---ggi JUNIOR COUNCIL fseatedl Rowl N Ott E Esser Row Z S Baines W Spevacek Row 3 T Coenen K Rxch ardson D Noltner Row4 D Hanaway fStand1ngj L Hanson president Some for the strength of the gnarled roo Some for the sweetness of flower or frult '7 D-H95 W.. 1 . 9 Van Dyke 'gawk 71? og. ty' Na W' 4 44: J: Ast MB MB PI Bch B ad Bu g B ke K Z I ffl' A M 9 2 v' f I 2 .. A f Yi V 4 X , ' I f f 2 A Y 2, . , 5 W' 2 gg . 9 , wi t L QWQJQE. - K W, 'Ti swf! A l A ' n 3' ., fe 'i' ? f . Wi, .Y ' 2 .f 1. ffm-' , ' V H -1 bv 5 1 1 ' V! . 'J if V A. .V . "f. S" , 735 , Q ..,:mlAi. f " 'gi 4- f. , 4 : . , . g : . ' I , . g D : . . . ' - , . 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A A 'L Lcssrxcr Lmds-my Lucey Mack I: Mc 'xloon 'V1cC11nnn', Sha x N S' IN N11 nn S Nl M fuuguz Mul hm Nlurphy On: ly 1 IN I' Ilu nurs D Pu Pucuo urn f umn I Rutmal lllk I' Ryan Rx an Rxl 'uk M Saul r Schlnxll S hroedmr B S hmlnrdt bnhmx z 1 Sh n15.,hn1s Sp mk Sy ragx Sullxvan Ihorcson Irxgks I-mpgs N ahnunv Walker av W ermuth VC halen Wohlferd Yaeger " 'G if 1 Mgr is WM pg Fm. ww: Amato Armbrxchr Arnold Aspel Aspmwall Babcock M Barry J Bassler J Batz M Baxter Beckermeyer Bennett Beglmger Blaney Bogdanow Bongnorno Bormen Barham Borham Bracken Brunner Brunner Brunner Buckner Burke Butler T FRESHMAN COUNCIL The evergreen' Row 1 P Forster E Zevnxk S Edgerton R Kehm Row 2 N Aspmwall Lelchtenberg presldent P Pxttz IS educatnon forms the common mmd, ust as the twxg 15 bent, the tree s mclmecl QQ! 'E' xt' UO' l Q.: 6' DS' If 9 Pope Wiy Nm 7 '15 49191 -I 3 vs-I f-uv 451 '- -of f' V7 'AF' '-7 2 i TT 'N Wh d ,,, N vp' if 1'-r this ,Q-no '-I? 77' all W 'NI' X 0- Page 35 4 -1 v Y s X j .' 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X Q f ff ,, w-QM V 'M vw .sw V 5 K 'ww xfqfh, 34 K1 in irfmg ' FATHER BARRON OFFERS MASS OF THE HOLY GHOST Servers L to Rl T Farley Holmes Q91 MASS o 'the 1101 X GHUS 1 A tree th1t loolxs at God all 1 The IHHJCSIIC trees by their very nature glV6 glory to God but me are raised above the natural to the supernatural state and as the crown of cre at1on we must freely glV6 hom age to our Creator by part1c1 patlon lh the Mass the supreme act ol worshlp The Holy Sac rxfxce l'l1gl'1l1ghfS the hegmmng of every school year The Mass m honor of the Holy Ghost was offered by our Chaplam the Reverend Mark Barron O P The entlre student body was present to xmplore ald m studles and exammitxons dur mg 1950 51 L f I Page 40 ASSIMPTIOIN PLAY H. . . And lifts its leafy arms to prayf' -Kilmer Mary, called by the prophet "the cedar of Libanus, the cypress-tree on Mount Sionv and "the palm tree in Cadesf' enjoyed the beauty of trees as she enjoyed all the works of God's creation. Several of her earthly ap- pearances have been connected with trees At Fatima standing over the foliage of a small holm oak she spoke to the three children In A New Star in Her Crown a shadow screen was used to depict several of Our Ladys apparitions This original play written to pay tribute to the ueen of Heaven on the occasion of the proclamation of the Assumption dogma was pre sented on October 31 by a group of underclassmen ,M L, , ,wwig ,Qw- oun LADY APPEARS AT FATIMA BLESSED MOTHER lj Hagen! REIGNS AS QUEEN OF HEAVEN it If l' 'Z t L rf' . 3-gg 4 , . . f W ,. ,Q ,, Y wg- ,ra - Q, psf ufvfvy, , 1 - Q. 1, 1 ,I N . Lf. , r ffl' 1,-41.1. ' 7 1 1 a- -' V ,it 5, , Q. , l Page 41 . ,, . ' 9 ' 77 7 lf ' Y 73 , . . 7 , . 1 Y f' , , , ' kj , , - : f' , j ' . V15 1 . Q J , . . f 7' , K 3 . ' V ' " A 'Q " ' '. l Q , A -' . , 9 'Km' by, ,- Q ,V J , ' , , lf ii ' V 'ffgffbf ,Z ,f if i . kk, ffl!! , M, ,E -, -,'lL'Q3g,, y I4 A 1 Ai' -tidy ,Z , ' I ,v l7g.,,t,g . f 'iff W ' ' . ' -.., - 1- ' - V . 1 V f ' - J-.11 ya-' L Q V hp 35' ,mf Q NARRATOR uhe Hart THE NATIVITY SCENE Merle Anthony and ohn Mccormxck ANGEL Marjorxe Knoth GODS PROMISE TO ADAM AND EVE FORETELLING OF THE PROPHET ISAIAS Shafer and C Schhmgen X1 errlck E Maris C Flad K McCorm1ck C Mexcher E Arnold Page 42 "HAIL, MARY THE LORD IS WITH THEE" "BLESSED ART THOU AMON M Anthony, G Statz M Anthony, M E Segerson CHRISTMAS CENTERS AROUND CHRISTS CRIB Ao- l qv AIM OF MISSION CLUB WAS BRINGING CHRIST LEO LINK PRESENTS CHECK TO BACK INTQ CHRISTMAS BISHOP WILLIAM P OCONNOR Margaret Kahl purchases her Christmas cards from Bull Spevzlcek and Roseanne Botham Page 43 I 1 2 I Qi2 ' ,5 ' I ' A RIIR ,iff I I ' I' I I ' - . I pl? ,. 'L 1 O T lr M3553 ' W A 5,5 A nl' H air: .!?.'Jz SCI-IOLASTIC The elm Page 45 LIBRARY A tree wlll be a constant source of profit and pleasure to men Mlrov Trees are llvmg wxtnesses of a dxstant p st and have recorded m their boles events that took place about them In the l1brary we hear and see the snlent Whlsper of a product of those anclent trees brmgmg to us therr knowledge and wlsdom RELIGION I am the door of your homestead the cofhn I am the glft of God and the frxend of man A Portuguese Sign Chrlst dxed and saved us upon the tree Was thls cross a strong sturdy oak or a tree of tears the weepmg wnllow or a fa1thful evergreen? It was all three a tree of fa1th, penance and hope It has guxded us to sanct1ty Through our study of relxg ron we grow on toward our goal heaven We learn to lift our leaves for the ra1n of grace and the sunshme of true llght FATHER BARRON INSTRUCTS SENIOR GIRLS IN RELIGION Page 47 ff - 7, K A l I I Cl , Y ' fL ' Y, 5 . QQ . . . , wood of your cradle, and the shell of your ,Y I 7 3 'L 7 , . 3 7 ' I I . r -ff 'lj SCIENCE "Many a tree is found in the wood And every tree for its use is good." -Van Dyke A forest is more than treesg a forest provides paper, recreation. furniture. and foods-to name only a few uses Science is constantly loolcing for new fields to explore and forestry provides an opening for the discox ery of numerous products Edgewood students have seen in rayon turpentme and wood alcohol some of the possibilities of wood The interests de velopecl nom may lead to even greater discoveries in the future J BOTHAM AND J KROEGER STUDY CEN TRI FUGAL FORCE we 9 'ix .2- WU' 11 Www Mr 0 4 . A. COYLE AND M. EWENS CONDUCT "4 7 ' ' Page 48 CHEMISTRY EXPERIMENT BIOLOGY STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT LEAVES AND TREES T -ig + if 44 W i i gag is-f S in , OFFICE MACHINES ARE IN ACTION M XVilhelm P Carmody Sister Alexzus P Mayville G Schlimgen Farrell Nliller I Shafer D Harbor! V Lease Nlergen E Lacy BUSINESS lll'Il'AIiTNlICN'l' "The trees are Gods great alphabet. Wirlw them He writes in shining green Across the worlcl. His thoughts serene." -Speyer The importance of the forests to our national and individual security and happiness is not al- always fully appreciated. Our Cleslcs chairs pen- cils even the paper on which we type would not he here were it not or the forests With these we are able to acquire business slcills which will enable us to be success u M Maw My THEY STRIVE FOR A HIGHER GOAL UNDER SISTER MARIE RITA S SUPERVISION Page 49 I I 7 , - f J- , - , . , . ,j. , . , fl' ' i 9 ..f , . gl I ! . T pf A 4 , p 1 , , 3 I 2 K sr 'lv M Q5 I - 1 W1 I N I A X V ,f ff., Wg- gf V VW, I , ROMANCE LANI UAGES AND ENl LISH And from the prlmer Of the wood I spell that llf6 and love are good I learn to reaCl Speyer In the study of the classlcs prose and poetry trees and nature have been frequent subjects But Na ture speaks a varlous language and m all language we learn I0 recogmze God as IIS author FRENCH STUDENTS LISTEN TO RECORDINGS OF BLANCHE NEIGE At phonograph J Meehan Rowl C Kopp Stemel M Ewens I Mcsherry G Dahlem Benzmxller Row Z Sr Catherine M Starz Y Reagan D Deweese P Bystrom T Donahue 1...-.I SENIOR ENGLICH PANEL DISCUSSES WINDSWEPT QL to Rl D Wartner L Berlgan P ONe1ll fchanrmanl R Spahr E Mcxlamara Page 50 V I w 1 cl I I , . 1 ,, X ' ' 1 2 ,fe s N - . A 1 f . 3 5, C p S . Q I , A 77 n Q 1 ' , A +1 Q f f' ' , 9 . fl - X - Y, ff ,U : . ' , : . , " , . , . , . , . : . , . , . , . , . , . . .,,v, W.. ' 1 .., 5 , 7 A' if v W K, V VA I, ,A in A A e 4 G 1' ' ff 33 . . . , . I , . 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UNDER DIRECTION OF SISTER LIONEL FRESHMEN LEARN BASIC PRINCIPLES OF ART Nature 15 the art of God Dante The Edgewood campus provndes an mspnr mg sett1ng for the art student The pup1ls of Sxsters Llonel and Phzlomena have attamed a sk1ll that shows the results of much work and abxlnty on the part of the1r teachers Our school ns fortunate m havmg one of the best art courses ln the cxty CAMPUS OFFERS ARTISTIC INSPIRATION Seated Canny W Pertzborn Pomaxnvllle W Warnecke Standing S Shwenker G Vnlbrandt Durmg the four years of study that are offered to Edgew ood students, the bastc essen txals of many art act1v1t1es are studxed The fine pomts of orls and watercolor wood carvmg and ceramxcs are made clear m a way that the average student can comprehend and apprecnate ART STUDENTS SKETCH MANY TREES Seated R Rntger E Denu Benzmxller M Nlaclcesey Meehan Standmg B Hanson Martm C x ww Yi PA f 78 lin- N!-J NJ' 's ...af I Page 51 ' 1 A 1 5 ly T ' 't ' J: , -V u Ex 5 Bw ..,., I ., 1 . 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I I f ,g rslwy 5. -' .rug 'X 'sr' 1 ' f',.l4 'V' 5 I .'f!x'4 HISTORY Some trees are famous Collmgwood Had trees the power of speech what a wealth of h1story they could reveal' But not only may they tell of hxstory but trees themselves have played an lmportant role as dxd the Charter Oak 1n h1d1ng the Connectxcut charter CLOTHINI And the great elms oerhead Dark shadows wove on their aerlal looms Shot through w1th golden thread Longfellow Trees mlght speak of progress and of change xn customs and dress Do they not now even furnxsh much of the ma terlal used 1n clothmg for elghty per cent of rayon maternal IS a product of wood? How closely the forests t1e hlstory and clothlng together' i ""f""'lv MCCORMICKS ARE TO THE FORE IN HISTORY KL to R1 L lVlcCorm1ck I McCormick K McCormick P McCorm1ck Sr Francxa SEAMSTRESS GETS DOUBLE APPROVAL THEY VIEW IT AT ALL ANGLES A Doyle, M Fe1ler, A Doyle J Waldvogel, N Bngley,-I Spmlc Page 52 vg f. 3 A Aja: . , 4 A I F P , , tt rs "2 . X' L- A . E4 N Nr : fi E ' - Y .., -t A I . , , ., 1 3 ' - ee A t S K H24 w I , ec 1 - in ff . ,D . . . , . - u ra . . . ' - - I v - - v - A 9 f I , H - 2 i Q. f K, W . 1, 5 , V ' 1 'f 1' dl - X y r 4 Q EXTRA - C RRICULAR Page 53 BOYS GLEE CLUB Rowl G Dorschel D Huber S Triggs S Triggs W Thomas J McGuire Purcell Row 2 Hackworthy P Pittz P Buckner Holmes K Corcoran M Clark Reitner Row 3 D Brockert T Beyler E McNamara L Link W Schwoegler P Parkinson W Slightam Row 4 G Schlimgen P Downey Conlin M Keegan L McCormick J Brunner GLEE CLUB "Each tree sings In a separate note But the same breeze Makes a harmony of these, And unites the trees, For all are the wind's rhroatfl - Robinson Song is an expression of emo- tion. In the trees, it manifests wildness and fury, calmness and gentility. Music has the same effect on people. Amer- icans sing when they are troubled with cares and sor- rows as well as when they are lighthearted and gay. Song comes straight from the heart. Edgewood glee clubs, under the direction of Sister M ustmia offer the students a splendid opportunity to be come acquainted with and to develop an appreciation for the many types of vocal music GIRLS SENIOR GLEE CLUB Rowl M Gallagher A Fauerbach B Schuchardt R Charlton B Conlm Esser CJ Breitenbach Bonham M Ball Sister M usrmia Row Z V Hall R McSherry L Miller V Prmdiville C Blaney R Harrison M L Clements B Beyler Spink B McGraw Row 3 E McAloon P Doyle Tierney Whalen T Haley M Lindsay D Komis S Meng E Walker Row 4 M ones M Statz P ONeill M E Getzmger J Purcell M A McCormick M Ryan M E Brehm B Strenger Row 5 Handel M E Casey Burger C Moritz P Bystrom K Lee E Reible M F Gorman Row 6 M E Lucey P Bohne M Schwarz R Rocca M Kahl M Endres Not pictured L Brhely J Connell C Laughnan Y Reagan Page 54 , - - 1 - 1 f 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 .I 9 J. . , . , . ,J. , . , - . ,J. . : . , . , . , . , - ' . . 0 . , . , . , . . . . , . , .. J. , . , . ,, . 7 . 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V ...X 'Wg GLEE CLUB SETS SAIL IN 1951 MUSICAL GLAD You RE BACK DOWN THE WIND Botham Alumna K Purcell Handel Txerney L McCormack -I Botham GIRLS JUNIOR GLEE CLUB Rowl M L Moran K Cavanaugh N Duffey E McCormxclc M Forster P Pail' D Morrell M Frlsch E Wexss B Endres Row Z E Frost V Keyes L Greenheclc Tranclfuta M Arnold Batz M L Nxclmolls P He1ss L Fm nerty M OKeefe N Aspxnwall Row 3 S Eagon Beglxnger D Purcell P Beckermeyer A Doyle A Doyle M Sorrlclt N Reis P Noltner M Mackaben V Helbel Row 4 Kehl A Kehl M Weeks M Sprague L Lang M Baxter R A Rocca R Botham M E Barry P Sweet Row 5 A OLeary R Rlpp Zlschlca S Edgerton P Im hoff M Burke D Trzggs C johnson N ennmgs C Keyes G Declrlch Row 6 P Sprague V Wartner M Maurer D Werndlx N Isabella V H111 C Innls M A Grorh No: pnctured C Brunner V Elerman B Esser K Grueson Page 55 , T H 1 ' ff' ' -C Y' etifi A W x 5, ' Q , y I L ', ! N H ll , - J- -1- ' v - ' , - Y fl , , ,Q K . WE, A 'Qy i P , 221 V . 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' 1 . 2 - ' 9 r 1 . - DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS CHOOSE A NEW PLAY lL to RJ Botham VICC presxdent Sxster M Angele Advlsor M Knoth Presxdent M A Hand Treasurer L MCCOTmlCk Secretary NEWLY INITIATED THESPIANS ATTEND TEA ow P ONe1ll E Mulderxn Stelnel M Knoth Bothim Sh1fer M E Scgerson Row Z Yaeger K lVl'1clc L Berlgan L Mc Cormxclc K lVlcCorm1ck F Melxner I H'1nson Row3 A Nlll9S H1ncl lVl L Durlcln Pontx Hindel Txerney R Rocci DRAMATICS CLUB Cedar and pine and fnr and branching palm A sylvan scene and as the ranks ascend Shade above shade a woody theater of statehest vnew M1ltOH Whether behmd the scenes or m the spotlight the Dramatucs Club and the Natlonal Thesplan Society members are promotmg mterest ln the theater the result educatxon and entertam ment for tts members and followers K MACK J SHAFER M FARRELL AND G BURGER P CARMODY AND E. MULDERINK, AND J. YAEGER D. BROCKMAN ALTER AN E. LACY ASSEMBLE HORNS FOR FURNISH LIGHTING EFFECTS ANGEL COSTUME MODELED THE CHRISTMAS PAGEANT Page 56 JADWIGA, THE QUEEN I .1 PRIESTESSES "CHARM BY "I SHOULD SAY ALL" "I HATE HER" OMEN, CHARM BY M. Coan, Y. Eckstein CHANTH josko KJ. Bothamj, Constance "THEN I WILL CRUSH THEM OUT - SO!" jagxello KE. Arnoldj Jadwiga KM. Knothl Wi Mary KJ. Pontil, William KL. McCormick1 . NOW YO? INVOLV 'Y KEY Soul Www "You LIE!" ,pl M-lasiello ,go WAYUE You IN I KM, Knothi LK. Teutonic Knighri KJ. Mcfformickj, undrl, Que. Arnold, D' jad""saL BACCOKUVC Dimitri KP. Mundtl, Archbishop en Morheg Uhitrj i i KK. Mccormickb. KJ- Bothamj Page 5 NHSSHJN CLUB 'eThe very leaves live for love And in his season every happy Tree experiences love's power." - Claudian Love of their fellow men is the guiding principle of the Mission Club. By sponsoring charitable projects for the needy everywhere - sewing altar linens, distributing Christmas baskets, and saving canceled stamps they have brought happiness to many less fortunate than them selves MISSION CLUB OFFICERS EXAMINE THE CHRISTMAS BULLETIN Keleny secretary Sister M Regin1 advisor Tierney vice president P Doll president R Charlton treasurer it JUNIOR AND SENIOR MISSION CLUB MEMBERS Nlaclxesey R Burger C Schlimgen G Schllmgen Row 2 Sutdzinskx Keleny A Coyle M Nachreiner Y Reagan C Hauptman P Bystrom M Huth M Boltz R Welch D DeWeese P Carmody Row 3 W Esser M A Miller D Enclres A Lemberger P Whalen Ludlow N Ott B Hansen C Kopp M Coan Hand Steinel Row 4 P Chandler R Goodenough R Rocca Straus P ONe1ll P Doll Tierney Ponti Handel D Wartner P Page EIOWN? E Gallagher W Lottes C Meicher H Birrenlcott D Broclcman Y Eckstein J Botham M Segerson S Saubert ue er Page 58 I ' ll Tl I J. E , S 9 ' - ' 1, Q ' 4 J- ' , ' - ' z - . i li, ' ' ' 2 , ' 4' I y t 2 Row 1: M. Farrell, M. A. McCormick, Hagen, D. Leute, P. Doyle, M. Wilhelm, Rieselman, V. Prindville, M. ' , - , - A , - ' - 1 J- A ' XJ , - , - ' , - , ,. ,. ,J. .. .J. ,Jil ,J. ,. ,. . I ' 4 ,L t . 5 - gs FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORE MISSION CLUB MEMBERS Row 1 Shunlc E Farrell B Beyler R V'1lent1ne M E Brehm Burger R McSl1erry C Brunner L Zuncler M Arnold Row 2 Wermuth Beglnnger D Ecl-csrexn S Meng M Mundr L Scott E Walker ordan A Whalen C Paul Row 3 T Carmody M Grady R Charlton R A Rocca V W1rtncr M Hemdel P Beckermeyer R Botlnm M Beyler A Fauerbach Row 4 G Mueller S Hnnrrlson K Civanauglu Wildvogcl M I'1rhers R Corcoran I Ling N Le sner P Bohne R BURGER AND T CARMODY'PREPARE J WERMLHIIJ STRAUS AND M A RRCORMICR THE VOCATION BULLETIN PLAN FUTURE PROJECTS -R U0 4 'D mn uv hi -3 3 M Y ECKSTEIN A FAUERBACH AND W J BEGLINGER V PRINDIVILLF j KELENY ANDT FARLEY WARNECKE SEW ALTAR LINENS FOR PACK CANCELED STAMPS FOR MAILING IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY PARISH Page 59 'N Q- 1 W3 . . 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FLAME THROWEHS "For I have learned To look on Nature, not as in the hour Of thoughtless youth' but hearing oftentimes The stlll sad musxc of humanxty Mrlton Throughout the world the call of humanlty CIICS for help The poor beg for food the sxck seek sym pathy and the old ask for understandlng and en tertamment The Flamethrowers hearmg these appeals answer the call n may ways by taklng magazmes to the slck by provldmg new 1nterests for the old and by helplng the needy They keep ever ln mmd the words of St Paul Above all have charlty D DEWEESE BUYS A TICKET FROM P CARMODY FOR THE CATHOLIC ACTION CONVENTION FLAME THROWERS Row l Stemel C Paul V Pl'11'1dlVlll8 Botham D Deweese N Ott VICE Pres M Mackesey M Petranek E Gossner Pomamvllle P Gasser Row 2 M Pelletter Hagen S Wohlferd B Pendleton C Hauptman R Welch M Boltz M Huth G Burger C Schlxmgen Row 3 P Doyle C Kopp Meehan P Bystrom Lud low Sec G Klrk D Komls Sludzlnskl Treas M Chrlstofferson Pres Row 4 J Kelly B Hansen M Fexrn R. Goodenough P. Carmody' H. Mueller' M. L. Durkm: M. Ewens. 1. STEINEL E. GOSSNER AND B. PENDLETON DELivER J. HARMAN DISTRIBUTES VALEN MAGAZINES TO WISCONSIN GENERAL HOSPITAL TINES AT VERONA Page 60 :AFX 9 5,4 1, W' v:.l.'.m.'ZL""1"-'E5""'f'f'q wezzf F '7 k"""""I"W':dVm """"' wp 4 Q ,f A -ww ww ww 'M MVA I pi an -- im, "-ew-'vw rf A304 '-4 'W E' 2 1 -s 'V J- na"""' ...Ag ML Qzrmilhffw S o 'iq 1.1 A' SUP5 M- A I Vw Rrght Our Dxrector Mr Donald R Nlarcoulller Above E Formnlon X. ilu? W fi? BAND Row 1 D Pontl, R Way, M Beyler, N Blgley, J Bonagunclx, N1 Bongxorno, VV Spevacelc, J Keepers, D Gxswold Row Z I Gruendler, R Grady, C Taylor, R Goodenough, S Menxgoz, M Oesterle A Hayssen J Jacobs, J Splnk ROW 3 P Brinkman, J Flug, B McGraw, M Dahmen, N1 Chrxstofferson, lVl Hayes, P Haaclc, P Francisco, J Shunlc Row 4 D Germaxn, M Fexler, R Butler, T Carmody, D Clayton, M Ball, J Wermuth R Bennett, J Usnlton Row 5 J Starz, J Wermuth, M Meehan, T Kammer, D Strxclcer, J Maurer P Buckner, H Mack, J Coyle Page 61 , V rr,-AV . ' , ,W -Q V .-. ' -+ ',,,-W Nw-wr'-a.. , , " is' 'f ' N4 1-4" . '4 lg --Lg, . - ,' f' V2 X PN. famuv 1 ig fm , s ' V , V Y-e Vifw yan . Aa. QV ,V -, ,Nga I' V Vzmf V1 ' I 5 . - , V . V WSVVMDV V V ,,V,VV f - ,N . ' V: 'r ,V..V,, A ,.,,,,.V , I V , , . ' , W5 x , ' . - ,V,,.. , V., V- .v MI- an-I b..5m. V ,rv - , M V 'eg , Q V ' . 1 . ' 1 , A ' J , 93" . 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JUNIOR AND SENIOR GAA MEMBERS Row 1 Mrs Walker C Mexcher P ONe1ll D Broclcman C I-Iauptman Y Eclcstexn D Lacey Row Z M E Segerson C Flad M Dunn I Starz C Burmexsrer Borham P Bystrom T1erney Row 3 S Saubert P Chandler H Bnrrenlcotr W Lotres P Doll Hand P Doyle Row 4 M Crowley Ponu Handel N errxclc P Endres C Washa FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE GAA MEMBERS Row I M Dunn A Doyle A Doyle NI Isabella R Corcoran R Coenen N Ryan S Meng .I Murphy Burger M Pelletter Row Z P Sullnan I. Brhley S Edgerton V H111 'I'r1nch1ra A Ol.eary C Brunner M Schwarz V Hall L Rellly R Maclcen Row3 S Wlohlferd I. Scott Nl Sorrnclc Pmlon D Gordon Rubicleau Nl Helndel M M1clc'1ben M Engel I Fxnnerry Row 4 R A Rocca Znschlca M Finley A Connell D Eclcstem J Jackson Bassler Nl XVeelcs B Endres Nl Forster E McCorm1ck lI3ovi35hK Civznaugh 'Vl Grady S Harrison D Hansen M NlCGlI1!1lly C P1ul Nl Bcyler B Conlln J Kelly ot 1m Page 63 fy I A y 6 I ' ' , 1 t Q , in . A . ,Z J v' 1 . I , . I, 5 1 2 , r . 3 NX . , x ? 'r f A Y ff A Q , I . ' 7 ' ' . . . , . , . , . H , . , . , ' . . . , . n , . , . , . , , . , : ,-I. , J- , -J y - , - A 1 'L A - , . P? 2 Q L ' A 5 L I a , v ' . . g I by 1 ' v xy 4 I ' x 7 2 ' v ' ,I 2 X X ,K . , ., 1 xx, y , -fy . . , Q , , . f ' ' b f 1 1 X ,fy 1 J 1 . , . , . ,.,. , . . , . , I. K, . E , . Q , J. , . . ' : f , , , , , 4 , . ,E . A , . ,-I. . , , , 1 . , . , ,, . ' : . . , I . CAMERA CLUB Purcell B McGraw I lVlcCranner director T Carmody T Moore G Dorschel D Broclcert E CLUB Left Row T Schwoegler L McCormick K McCormick T Armstron L Hanson R Kalscheur E Finley T Burke F Mexxner Row 2 J Heffernan P Beyer Ace D Hanaway E McNamara W Welch D Noltner Row 3 H Bohne E Arnold J Scott T Haen R Spahr T Karls L Berigan W Schwoegler K Corcoran Page 64 J. Q . 5 , , ' 4 - 9 - 9 - 9 - X . - Q! Y, 3 - 1 ' i y - I v - gs - n - 1 - l P. McCormick, McCormick. Row 1: E. Ross, D. Brown, T. Fitzpatrick, A. Gill, K. Roessler, Mergan . , , ' . : . , . , , . , , i , . , . Z - 1 - a ' 1 - v ' s - v - i 1 - 1 - FOLDING MACHINE FASCINATES CRUSADER STAFF MEMBERS M Chrlstofferson L McCormick D Lacey Slster M Marguerite advisor R Rocca J McCorm1ck co edxtors AT LITHO PLANT STAFF MEMBERS WATCH YEARBOOK GO TO PRESS KL to R31 Hand E Ross Y Ecksteln I. Berlgan P ONe1ll M Anthony E Arnold Page 65 C I f Q Y R S ' S' ' ' U T . S A sq A F ' D F ' 1 R - F if MAY CROWNING M- AUYIHOHY M- Chl'iSf0ff9fS01'1 C, Meicher Qcrown-bearer! R. Rocca fMay queenj Page 66 'tl " Nxvf tx is 'V 'Ls-. -R-'kt xt , 5' 'uf 'Wi 69? .ui awww fkwmw 9 " " 1 ki Bice-. . 'EQ 'f' 'f' "'T'I. YZ C 'rw ' :Q if bd m P fr-QQ N1 -4 14 ff ff 4' W- Ja, v F li uuu SOCI M? Y M ya l A' The willow ' -', X " -, ,- 'ff-mx.. by-H ' ' 'fi' xwvn W ,w, -, , 1 , f - gg - . . as .7 I ' . .4 7 , I ' . - .X k ' 'ke 'ff'-5 -."5f'x ' Y . 1.5 i'i'g:3'? .. "' "f"x'?' sq-Qflfgfg 'f"'5'r - V. .- ' fu v . 'g '.,' . . ' 1 f , .' 11. " ffl: 'QS 'J . .4 3 we 'Z 4' in ' , if ": -' ,. 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' f- -' 'Q My 1 f ' ,i,15v,lEX, , 1 'f f ' H' it . , K Stiff 21' -N , A. , -i in V M - i M, , , HOMECOMING "I'l1 find things strange, I,ll find a change, Since first I fared to roam- But O, the happy heacllands and The verdant vales of home." --McCarthy The seniors leave Edgewood for a new life, taking with them memories of the beautiful campus and happy acquain- tances, and the thought that they are al- ways welcome to return "home," "I-lomecomingl' provides the first great opportunity of the year for the return of the alumni and renewal of their high school days. ELECTED BY HIS TEAMMATES KING TOM SCHWOEGLER Upper left Co Captains M O Neill and M Crowley led the Team Even the 10 Percenters were won over by the cheerleaders Lower right F Meixner E McNamara and E Ross lsfandlngl L Enders Assistant Coach and Coach J Farrell Page 68 9 . . , . u as if 'Y . : . g . . , - 1 ' 25. 4 A A -s,u: ,IUNIOR PROM 'Ili' Ladxes at a ball SA' Are not so fine as these R chly brocaded trees That decorate the fall Untermeyer ust as the trees don thexr colorful fmery m autumn the Edgewood students show forth m beaunful array for the blg formal dance of the year the unlor Prom MARDI GRAS KING LARRY HANSON CROWNS ELSA Essen AS QUEEN OF JUNIOR PROM v OUTGOING ROYALTY, A BENNETT AND N JERRICK, CROWN NEW KING AND QUEEN, L HANSON AND E ESSER THE COURT OF HONOR Nl Clark, J Hagen, W Schweogler, 1 Ponu, E Arnold, .I Handel, K NACCOTYHICR, D Rltrer, M Doyle, J Ace, N1 Getzmger, P Puz, N Sweeney,-I Lexchtenberg and S Edgerton Not pictured, P Doyle Page 69 .L Q EV: . an , iii!" 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CHOOSE YOUR PARTNER' MIXER HAS BEGUN .fd A'5 n N g D IS IT A FAD-RED AND SNAPPY9 M PELLETTER ONE OF LAST BUT NOT LEAST THE T Haan B Schwoe er P Parkinson T Dona THE ENTERTAINERS GRAND MARCH hue J Spahf J Ponn E Arnold J Handel K MCCOfmlCk Page 71 , I lm- D . . 3 A : 5 I 'K ' . ' N I , vf C 4 S . . 1 ' QL-I "4 ' -Q 1' ' I a A I fl I A 12 . , A If A if ' bv a' 1 9 at T I . 1 1 V 8 9 wi, I' I - , A gg A A, 24 ,, S My N ' ' 3 S A R gss X Ni, - 'Y 5 xl 5 I 1 ., . 4 I " ,E I, ! It ' u , S Q 23: W, 9 " ,IQ 5. I F 'f I SIDE LINES 1 ,gf-3 RED CROSS L Lmk C Hauptmann D SPEAKERS IN DOMINICAN SYMPOSIUM AT MILWAU Lacey M A McCorm1ck J MCC01-mick p KE I. Berxgan K McCormxck Handel P ONe1ll Txer Doyle ney J Ha M HUTH, A WINNER IN ESSAY CONTEST ENJOYS DESK CON AT CATHOLIC WOMEN S CLUB BADGER BOYS' STATE TRIBUTED BY TOWN AND I.. McCorm1ck smgs THE THING E Arnold J McCormxck COUNTRY " MILWAUKEE WCAC CONVENTION UNITED GIVERS' FUND SPEAKERS L Lmk, P O'Ne1ll, M E Segerson Page 72 - ' 2 K , I Y- 'J 'ss . 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ATHLETIC Th k Page 73 ATHLETICS Led up thelr sports beneath the spreadmg tree, Goldsmlth Dur1ng the year, the trees over looklng the athletic field are the sxlent spectators at a number of sports events footbaH pracnce, eager crowds of basketball fans, baseball games, and track meets Athletlcs, a very lmportant part of the students extra curricular l1fe develops good sportsmanslnp nn addluon to buddlng good heahb FOOTBALL Rowl D Noltner T Haen Scott J Mccormxck T Armstrong Row 2 Coach E Wxlke D Dmgeldme R Kalscheur J Ace K Corcoran D Hana way L Berlgan Row 3 T Farley E Finley K Roessler Maurer G acobs Connell Row 4 F Kellogg Lynch D Huber R Kehm R Bennett Pxttz Row 5 B Spevacek Manager D NOLTNER CAUGHT BEHIND INTERFERENCE T SCHWOEGLER CRACKS CAMPION LINE Page 74 Rowl R Spahr T Schwoegler L Hanson A Bennett E Arnold E McNamara Row2 F Memxner B Schwoegler T Beyler K McCorm1ck B Welch P McCorm1ck P Beyer Assxstant Coach Mead Row 3 G Ellls P Parkxnson D Trannor C Flora J Heffernan A Gull T Burke Row4 F D1Cr1st1n'1 T Karls Hanson J Hlggms R Kennedy R Longua Lenchtenberg M Meehan Row 5 Managers L McCorm1ck 'md R Ruger -w 'cv " M 'I' Schwoegln E McNamara F Menxner E Arnold W4 M """'..1D' if S' 9? 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' , - fbmn 801900 ,434 ,rw 74 li Elf' I1 A-dl BASKETBALL Row l J Hefferman P Beyer T Brader T Schwoegler Ace G Ellls Row Z Coach Wzlke E McNamara K Corcoran H1gg1nS L Berlgan T Haen D Collins W Stam B Grexber Assistant Coach Mead Row 3 Manager W Welch W Spevacek P Downey P Lynch E Fxnley W Schwoegler T Coenen Manager T Burke HIGH scORER DON COLLINS AND TOM SCHWOEGLER ADDS TWO TOM HAEN REACHES HIGH LEROY BERIGAN BATTLE FOR MORE POINTS T0 OUR TOTAL EOIREQSLOSSER REBOUND Page 76 ,V ., V , , I ,, Y Y . M "W M. , wa, ' I , , , ,V . ,,,,.,,WM, ZW, ,W ,.,,...,,,,.,,,.,.,...41L.,,.,,.1...,,.W.-,,-,.n.,.,,T,..,,., W ,,. , , N WW WSJ? 1. . P V V Q Y ,E af ayjj s pa. ,T J 1 A-A -f L ' A - Q , 'XX' M H f.: ' i 1 1 1: -1 1 ., 2 2 A . ' A Q t N, X ff, DG - g , M A ig I Y g B X 4, , A if T 'f f , f 7 ' . A 1' Q Ry , I ky A T." N 'rr ' V A R ' D A .O 6 T 5 - , - , - A , . , , . ' . : ' , . , . , J- ' ' , . A , . , . ' ,' . ' , . ' , ' J. . : P R r Q MR. G. FLAD, FOR SEVENTEEN YEARS FAITHFUL TICKET MEMBERS OF "EU CLUB IJENIJ A HANIJ TAKER AT EDGEWOOD, SELLS A TICKET TO FORMER X v EDGEWOOD STUDENT, PETER ASPINWALL. I S-CON, E' f'111ll'Y. P' LYNCH EDGEWOOD STUDENTS SHOW REAL INTEREST IN ICE HOCKEY A Frazxer ROWS P Mundt J Vllbrandt K Frederxck Hexnrlchs Page 78 Row 1: McCormick, Captaing F. Meixner, Goaheg K. Carlson: G, Welch. Row 2: Mergeng R, Spahrg F. Kelloggg . ' . : . 5 . ' 3 . ' g ' ' . I fn1QF4rTl-'P 'uni 'li 4 s N !XiN l..iNMevXQ .1-nn. XA -49' 5 " 'T 2' 'LS N.- i 5'--vgilrw ,...'--0'-gov' WL '-1' Erf"i3,.. A U-T-fl"" www iff, N: ,view W, MQW gg TRACK Row 1 Coach Y Yamada F Kellogg -I McCorm1ck R Grexber Scott D Noltner P Beyer P Parkinson J Heffernan P Downey T Karls W Spevacelc D Huber T Haen Row 2 R Bennett Waldvogel R Ken nedy Hxggms P Haack T Kammer W Farrell E Zevnxlc T Farley Yaeger M Meehan W Welch F D1Chr1st1na Row 3 Manager G Schllmgen Connell F Kellogg P Gxbbs Hanson Holmes D McCabe Donovan W Bates B Esser D Hanaway D Kratcha .1-0' W-he D NOLTNER SHOWS EXCELLENT FORM IN THE LOW HURDLES V R. TRAINOR AND G. WELCH, Two DISTANCE RUNNERS, T- HAEN PUT5 THE SHOT ROUND A TURN Page 79 D65 00 N Inn as ,V gn: lm md an ff' 'A' "' f X f ... Y X A , QV NASA! 30' '-4 BASEBALL Row 1 Assxstant Coach Roach P McCorm1ck K Corcoran T Schwoegler E Ross E Arnold E McNamara K MCCOfm1Ck Row Z Haack E Flnley R Kehm Grltzmacher Spahr F Melxner P Pxttz D Kalscheur Spahr Row 3 Manager Clpperly Mergen D Collms Beck Saeman G Elhs Mcsherry J McGu1re B Helman W Pertzborn 3 53,-lg,V,M 'if -1454. rf in Gila!! 5sV,f,4,,4Wx 'u A in 'slung Haw M' is "H" H-.ff 'W' My ,V wxww za iff 4. RWM 5 Mia A TOSS FROM T SCHWOEGLER TO E ARNOLD FAILS TO STOP P MCCORMICK uf Aiwa. E McNAMARA AND P McCORMICK HAVE E ROSS IN A PICKLE BATTING PRACTICE E Arnold and P McCormxck Page 80 , . i vi V. V g , in :Qi 5? ,A . . ,V v J V .. V N is H f- , V. h S - V VV 3 - - , V- V, .- A . I KVA ,V X, A V 1 r VX, V. V ,W 7 , , V JV L V' , VV , , 1 V A . I Vi- V as x V V :V , Q1 Q. ff I- 1 V K V V ,' F n 4,1 ,X A ' x w, , 'K .. , , f f 1, , V V .V V V , , , .. . 6Fym,,m.Vx Q V, V,J VV V Q - M , U n Pi V-V 1 1 ,Vi , A ? P - , T f V I 1 A i ' x 1 J Y W' X S ' R '-. 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OFFICERS OF EDGEWOOD ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION DISCUSS FINANCIAL PROBLEMS Rowl V Sweeney Rocca A Mexxner presrdent C Hunt I Bmder Row Z Coach Wxlke Asslstant Coach Roach Not plcturcd Assrstint Coach Mead 9 PIN IWXUUD Xllll LIIC KSSUI IX I ION Wluulc many 1 pastxme clrcled ln the shade The young contendlng as the old surveyed Goldsmith Athletxcs at Edgewood recexve the moral as well as the material sup port of the parents whose pres ence ln the stands g1VCS the athletes the encouragement they need wh1le the Edgewood Ath letrc ASSOCIHIIOH promotes and fl nances sports events Membershlp m the Assoc1at1on IS composed of persons lnterested m seexng that Edgewood students are offered the best rn physlcal education BISHOP WILLIAM P O'CONNOR CHATS WITH HONORARY FOOTBALL .GUESTS E McNamara, Most Valuable, D Schaefer , Alumnus and Wxsconsxn football player, Bxshop Wnlllam P O,Con nor, G Lamphear, Asst Coach at WISCOHSIH, Co Captaxns, R Spahr and T Schwoegler Page 82 The pin The pruc PA OR C Page 83 ' I 3 xt F ' M, O ,I A K.. .. , . F , 'V VI ' ' 1 . Y A nf' ,gy ' 3 1- A W ITS A STRIKE' W Schwoegler P MACKEN WINS TROPHY C WASHA WINS SEVERAL MEDALS uh, 'B LOFT CHAMPION CHECKER5 PLAYER WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL SOAP Box DERBY s HTAM Ex!-IIBI H HOVEY STUDIES NEXT MOVE CHAMPION W LIG TS RACER FOUR EDGEWOOD HORSELOVERS SHOW MQWNWS Left MBarry Rlght L HaleyT -'VV I-JL 1 an-... Page 84 W I 3 I fl' ,K may N X N E in R 1 1 3 5 .K Q ,. W- I M - q M .uf I I' fx 'I 5 I A I . . A ' ' y I ' , Viv- 'Q - . 5 ' - . , . A Below-J. Meehan ,ff W J 4 I : r A ff, ' I - ' 15' , .. V A' , :AY RESIDENT STUDENTS WHAT A-14 S TRUMP9 PLEASE' SONJAV WE RE OFF' PARTY TIME WHATS THE JOKE WHOOPS' J Q i 2 Page 85 , 3 'A I y j K X ' 2' -5,,ff'?F4 X x SA U , A V I 'QQ . T , , f . ,WA Y , , , Y 1 'f ' 1 A . , 3 W'fE is .S A 9, ' X H fn K xy an 5 4 T ,K . , I ' W: -414,6 ii' A J , ,W " s . Q ' . .S I I 2,44 , - H , x A T T I I r T 1, . CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN The royal tree has left us royal fruit Shakespeare We have saved our favorlte tree unul last the family tree Here are the pxctures of branches of several fam xly trees After loolcmg at the cheerful countenances of the members of the largest families m the semor class clon t you agree that thls our last tree IS best? nr iw if floss THE FLYNN FAMILY A GET TOGETHER 1' 'X TWO PAIRS OF TWINS DISTINGUISH THE THE LEASE FAMILY A BAKER'S DOZEN? THE CRAPP FAMILY A PHOTOGRAPHER S DELIGHT THE MUELLERS THE MORE THE MERRIER THE REINDL FAMILY GOOD MEASURE Page 86 12 CHILDREN cc - ui , . . , A . , f ,c , , , . W F A ,A - , ,A f. W a s . A A Q13 , ',, V 3 f ii 4 1 law, 4.2. A ' ' If fgyfl 2 A 'gd ". -'MT ' X, .lv mv' N, ly: ,,.-1 .r 'fe f, ,A ,5 - ., NTT f, -S 'A - R" - Q4 " , li. , , 'lsr x ' ff? ' 'S on f V1 ', v Q- 7' p J . " rf Y V 'v' 1 I :Trix ' , R. 1 M ff A , , gm-Q lg A gui "Aff", , . ., A . K J ,. N -1 4' Q z , 7 9' X 44 . f , . if W . - 1 , Q A 1 X y 5 1. 7 2 ,., 'I 1 , A fi . ' N 1: 4 - - -H er V, ' ,W P ' s EDGEWOOD PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION AIMS TO ESTABLISH NI! G IVI Heath gives important talk BETTER RELATIONS BETWEEN PARENTS TEACHERS AND STUDENT on quallues expected of the business BODY THE BOND THAT glrl Plctureg hlgn is Slsgler Nl fl.. to RJ Mrs C Y' Beclcermeyer Grade SfhoolV1fePresldenl Mrs O Hanson Al9xlU5 hea 0 I 9 u5lne55 epfiff Iresldc-nl Mrs F A Waldvogel Treasurer Mrs I' P Bev r Secruarv nxt gurrured ment Mrs T Sprague Hlgh School Vice Prcsldcnt as EDGEWOOD'S LAY TEACHERS EVIDENTLY ARE ENJOYING Farber Ffwfw Doheffv fonduffs In THEIR SCHOOL LIFE HERE spxrmg diys of recollectlon The re ll IL to R l Mrs Murray Mrs O Brxen 'Vlxss Karner Mrs Kino 'Nlrs Hen 'S Splnma Y the most Important Walker Lum of the school year Page 87 ,E SISTER MILDREDINE y 'A g,1.I,!:'3 SISTER B'-ASE RECOR Tops A FAVORITE DESSERT :"J'f-'ff' 3 " THE EVIDENCE!! I ft, ' :a f , ff I v A M fi' FRIENDLY FA .J MR. DAY ENDS THE DAY 1 ,wax MASTE OF MANY TRADES 35:8 :xx SISTER ALPHONSUS MARY, ASSISTED BY M. BURKE, SERVES CANDY PATRONS R. BENNE Page 88 7 TT AND A O'LEARY R' J. POMAINVILLE DECORATES CRUSADER PAGES I 3 Ki wwf ZW WJ fgyfw i it i J Ponu 1? T1 C Flad W Lottes R Kalscheur Nap and Tuck 15 I .ff iw J Farrell 4R,y J Reiselman fBELOWl J. Handel J. Botham J- Ponri J. Straus P. Page D Stricker GRADUATE? P Doll 5 hh H BOHNE sAYs FAREWELL TO CLASS PRESIDENT R Spahr FATHER SCHNEIDER S' c THE WORLD T. Fitzpatrick J. Mergen J. Miller G. Starz BUT WILL IT RUN? K. Mcconnxck, E. Arnold Page 89 .Y 1 B Miller B Lmden M Meehan 'YA J Maurer M Hayes D Morrell T Armstrong andA Mouse The MSYCOUIJIEFS R W3Y "n f r-uv 6 QI ' 4' 0 M..Jw -I' ADVERTISING 1, .jf Page 91 Comphmem of PFISTEII Flower Shoppe DIAL 6-8538 THE CHURCH MART Flowers for Every Occasion SM STATE 3 6090 542 W WASHINGTON AVE MADISON 6 76I2 MADISON WIS GOEDEN AN COMPANY FUNERALIHMHI 327 W JOHNSON ST Meaf Fish and Sea Food 635 637 UNIVERSITY AVE DIAL 6 684I JOHN J FLAD AND ASSOCIATES ArcI'u+ec+s and Engineers DUBUQUE IOWA MADISON 5 WISCONSIN Pg 9 RYAN D Buy I+ af OI LL' S CLOTHING STORE 234 STATE ST. ESTABLISHED I854 GRIMM Boon Bmnsnv Library and Magazine Binding a Specialiy Telephone 6-2357 454 WEST GILMAN STREET MADISON 3 :: WISCONSIN l0RDAN BRDS uallI'y Mears and Groceries I863 MONROE STREET MADISON 5 WISCONSIN 6 060I YOUR COMMUNITY BANKS OFFER YOU COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Every Accounl' Receives Individual AH'enI'lon RANDALL STATE BANK SECURITY STATE BANK Me be Fede I Deposi I su n e Co po ohon WHATS NEW IN FASHION7 Three members of our Teen Colony Fashuo Board have picked Iheur favorlfes from our new sprung and summer collec hons Do come and choose your ward robe now TEEN COLONY MAIN FLOOR WW' ll' mmf Page 93 l . Q I D . . . O I m r ra i n ra c r r ' - 'I I . n . . . w i... 22- ,: :, , , , gg,-iq :,'!E-Sffgafiifi sg12s1.f1 2--we 'If . lflfl Zi'1.-'f2ig - Eiivvrffgiig, - I f if 511125-'1'Ei.:l'Ef I il A V'-217 . . 1.-' fi ill-:Z 1 ' 'A 'i'i' jig 1 f Lg, lung Z. j '- 1?f-ff"- "5:f5aq5.. t I,.. ' I Congra+uIahons Io +I1e CIass of DIETER S PHARMACY DIAL 687I2 I875 M ONROE STREET WISCONSIN FDUNDRY AND MACHINE C0 623 EAST MAIN STREET MADISON I WISCONSIN PHONE 5 726I REYNOLDS TRANSFER 8. STORAGE C0 GeneraI Trucking Heavy Hauling FurmI'ure Movmg 725 EAST MIFFLIN ST PHONE 60675 Wx f i 3-.1 H of O 3 D U mmm amps f I iI 9 Pornro CHIPS x N Sdmmad Zwmq AII Iypes of foo+wear for school and vacahon wear 25OI UNIVERSITY AVE 7 820 KLEIN DIICKERT CO Pamhng and GIass Confracfors 752 UNIVERSITY AVE MADISON WISCONSIN ,K-nes favs ON TI-:E SQUADE 24 NORTH CARROLL 8 4 I 9 5 I 1 I U II N 0 1 Y 4 I 4 s 4 J I E f Jr ' e ,.J Cys ff , - Q ' in fl ' 0 ' 0 Lf! .I I X "7"'!fm., ' 6 I ff ff WIT ""'f" Y ' - x .- f -I I . g ' 1 O e 9 'Wi ROLAND SPAHR Presudenf EDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS 9 Ask for d6IICIOUS Oscar Mayer All Meaf Wleners No Iuddan for a real ,M mms sandwnch freaf Ihey can I' be bea'r' pgtal' Ma MADISON MILWAUKEE CHICAGO 4 smcsuosa DAVENPORT IA PHILADELPHIA PA Page 95 .W , I . . - . o o 3 ' I . .- -4"1:i"" :-'-zp. . 1' f.3.- .,,..1.g.:q.::::5-,:g5::g2:. , 3,15 ..-:g:E:EgEQEQEQE5E5E2f15':'f""' gig - - 5213? . 16' 115135 1 ,sf 35? 2. ss:-: :li-: If-T' Hik- E552 e 122225 22221 I -,-.1:,:1:3:g15-35135:3:f4' . . 53552 . . .'.-.g::::5:51gE5E: ' v12:211:4.4.-N 1-:I:3rE1E1E1E25:1-1-1-'-'-' . ..,.,.,..., Z . ' 34 ' , , 4 and 6914 Muha- ASS OF 5 MADISON S MOST INTERESTING STORES UA Clwfafe .SZ 548 STATE STREET Famous for wonderful food served In a deIzgI1IIuI afmosphere you II enloy CANDIES FOR EVERY OCCASION 0 ICES AND ICE CREAM 0 PARTY FAVORS AND GIFTS 00, KELLY MOTOR SERVICE Commercial Sforage AuI'o Repairing 2623 MONROE ST 3 b322 CongraIuIaIlons HENRY .T PERTZBORN PLUMBING C0 2509 MONROE ST DIAL 3 2833 We Are Proud Io ha e had Ihe p Iege of furn sh ng SUPER RITER Iype e s REMINGTON RAND INC 2OI E WASHINGTON MADISON WIS Harf Schaffner 81 Marx CIo+I'1es are Feafured aI Eldon 8 'Uemfwden ON MADISON S CAPITOL SOUARE We re aIways ready Io serve you w1II'1 Ihe bes of Ihe newesf In fashion ON THE SQUARE We Gu e Eagle S+amps Conf ' C L ' I e O I . . . IO ' V ravi i 1 CIGSS OI 51 Edgewood wi+I1 +I1e new Remingion - wri'I' r . l I ' II 'I I I ' J, I Q 'v e 96 Complimerds of JOYCE FUNERAL HOME 540 W WASHINGTON AVE L S JOYCE W J M GUIRE Summer Play Togs Headquarfers I BQST WI Ifms 0 M NELSON 8. Sou INc Jewelers and SlIversml+I'1s 2I N PINCKNEY ST ONE STORE ONLY ON CAPITOL SQUARE GEO C FLYNN SON 81 CO CRESCENT CLOTHING COMPANY NEXT TO BELMONT HOTEL Congrafulahons To The EDGEWOOD SENIOR CLASS 95 897 9 MURRAY ON THE SOUARE AT STATE ST The pause +I1a+ ref eshes Edge ood sfuden+s MALLATT PHARMACY Prescrlphon Drugglsi' A 34736 34I0 MONROE ST MADISON WISCONSIN Pg 97 O . . . . C . O I O , Q u e ' of ,T I I Q Q LIL 'K H r H QUICK. . I A5 I SI W 'r SCO X, . DI L - . a C G-F Super Filers Modemaker Desks Good Form Chairs S+eeI Shelving Insiifufional Furnifure WILSON JONES CO. Loose Leaf Accounfing Forms and Binders HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD School Furnifure Audiforiu m Seafing FACTORY REPRESENTATIVES BME!! PRINTERS ' STATIDNER8 1 - 5 HERRINGHALL Fireproof Safes VauII Doors Money Chesfs VICTOR Visible Cabiners and Sysfems DITTO Spirii Duplicafors SOUND SCRIBER Elecrronic Dicrehng Machines MARR Sfencil DupIica+ors ARCHERS PHARMACY CAIN ASHCRAF1' I839 Monroe Sireef Madison 5 Wisconsin PHONE 6 8772 Complefe Home Furnishings I925 MONROE ST Class Rings Pins mlm IHOP L G BALFUUR CU 508 STATE STREET ATTLEBORO MASS Home of Luggage and pme Leame, Goods R WILDEMAN MADISON was For 60 Years X7 QW ff! Q HULMES TIRE 8: SUPPLY fn Muller Tires Tubes and Accessories 43I W MAIN STREET PHONE 5 SI46 ff, 3 4 N MADISON WISCONSIN Page 98 U - I I . 1 . I I l I I I I ' ' fl I - Disrribufor - I ' . 1 , . I 4 Wjlll vrlil K I A1 'ix ' I gf II-I I . 0 . I . .I Q ' n vjl' I IIIII I- 5' . :IXT92 A - . 7 Y 5 I . We f4fze 7446? 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THE HOFFMAN HOUSE EAST WILSON AVENUE WISHES YOU BRIGI-IT FUTURE wnns an a wrnner never qu WISCONSIN s Famous Dmner CIub FOR RESERVATIONS DIAL 6 0685 Always Remember A quuffer never RENNEBUHM GENEHIII SIIIES IISUPPIY CII BETTER DRUG STORES Servung Madnson BETTER For Over 38 years Now . Modern Rexall Drug Sfores For Your Convenience R E N N E B O H M REXALL DRUG srones MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF IncIusI'rIaI Commercial 8: InshI'u'honaI Equlpmenf And Supphes O 740 WILLIAMSON STREET MADISON 3, WISCONSIN Page 101 J-I Ima PAUL E sunk Tommy fm Me A ESReg+0'S scnworerrn gg App Dua 6913: INSURANCE e S BOWLING LANES S +y Bo ds W UNION TRUST BUILDIN I es+ Mem 437 65+ G""'a" SIM' 0 MADISON WISCONSIN Congrafulahons Io Hue dass of A E WELCH SERVICE STATION Fme Foods 2030 UNIVERSITY AVE l935 MONROE ST MADISON W 7 246l TELEPHONE 6 5469 lfiiiiiiiiiiii'A'i'i"A'i"ki"k'A'i'A"A'i'-Q Edgewood Graduates HMO Y- uv-W 10 From RAY 0 VAC COMPANY Makers of World Famous Flashlrglrts and LIIAKPRDOI' , Flaslrlrght Batterres 1'-F44-'V-444-F"I-44444-I-444444444 CONGRATULATIONS ToTI1e Class of 5l 4Il6ROFl' PAIR? 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Oll COMPANY The besl ol luclc Io EDGEWOOD CLASS Ol: l95I from Complnmenls of LITHO PRODUCTIONS Inc Prmfers of CRUSADER l95l 2262 WINNEBAGO ST MADISON 620 W MIFFLIN STREET Dual 6 8343 MADISON 3 WISCONSIN The Crusader s+aFI Ihanlrs Ihe busmess men for lhelr loyal suppor+ We hope l'ha'l' our pa'I'ronage will express our apprecnalnon Thanks also Io Ivan McCranner a I949 alumnus who served as slaff pholographer Page 104 I I9 I II ll . . I I I . . . I I and silverware. . l l l l Ir S ' . I I I I I -Nl ' '71 pf' Qkt'As"'f. Aww ,L Wuxpi TA .xl K. . in ,'i!KsJ?.:' S- I Y 1 f ' i , 3 . . -1 . 1, 4- 1 Wfta' Q: ,A LS 1' 5 ' 51 J 4 'Q-'Q Wa.. , .. f n 1 ' It i' I. . .x4f". .cn -1- F .51-ft? 'I - 1 .1 'eftgni . ,vm 'V'-' . 'W 9, are .B in .1 12 : f- Q6 . , Q C , ' .rg Q Jia 1, qv, J " 1 .f"' n P4 3'-"-L"'w libs 4 W 1-Q,",.'4 - I 2-- 9' . 'K at .11,,g.ivt 'yu' ws: . N fp ' sa. L A - if Q yin? 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