Elder High School - Elderado Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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fl. SCARING 4, I '60's 1 4 , . I elcleraclo 1' S ww X ,S-ff, ' . f V ...fi G. .Jai 4 A HELDER HIGH SCHOOL H1 S H ' H A M W ' Af A - ' M Ham XMI!! ,x.' Ajawgff W ,. ',,w:, , nfwlfwdfw A " 1' 'N' W' w A' 0 o 0 9 wk- MW '5:"'!w': W"'m, fx Q ww , ' MW wx WWA ,Q N, ' 'X X- .+ W -' J' Y' A mclnna I , I0 X Mui ,K .. , M! ,,4,. Q M ,. H 22 -ff. 'fx '- , f 1504, ' if ' 1 - ,, L-,Q 'FHA-v f K , f Y E , , Q , Vff? ,H J ,.. A I "fp ' ah 'ff M? , + xxx, 4- wm- Lawrence Relrlng and Jerry Miller typify Elder students looking forward to a fabulous decade This volume is the account of how Elder students feel about the next thrilling Ten-years. 2 l . . . AT THE START OF A FABULOUS DECADE THE ENTIRE STAFF OF THE lclerclclo PRESENTS ELDER HIGH SCHOOL AND THE soaring 60's . . . CONTINUING TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE PROGRESS OF THE COMMUNITY TABLE O ADMINISTR TION DEPARTMEN S- 4 SENIOR DIRECTORY ADVERTISERS - I72 1 2 GRADUATES ON TEN TS SOS ACTIVITIES T74 ! UNDERCLASSMEN I T0 SPORTS I 44 STAFF 0 Paul Barwick 0 Tom Schlinkerf 0 Tom Waldron 0 Joe Seiberf 0 Neil 0'Connor 0 Tom Sfiens 0 Wah Hauslade ' Carl Mucke he de 0 Tim Serey 0' F , ,fb FORE WORD THE NEXT TEN YEARS may be the most exciting in mankind's long adventure on earth. At long last, we are about to begin the exploration of the myste- rious universe that surrounds our planet. At the same time, we are faced with the choice of giving up organized tribal warfare or perhaps ending this long adventure with thermonuclear suicide. Ten years from now, life on earth may have been made intolerable by human stupidity - or it may have been transformed by divinely guided in- telligence into something better than man has ever known. e A Elder students - most of them - will take part in this epic of the sixties. This volume contains our feelings about these momentous times. We are watchful but not hesitant, confident but not impetuous, thrilled but not giddyg and ever trusting in the goodness of the Lord. -.X .M 9, ls. .. ,Q K v '4 ,- 'P-X ,- ,,.,...--H L vi-ei. 4: gift, 'i nf, wg? ff F . 1 iw.- ,J fff' f. , f 'S .1 .Q W, vw. f sf 3,1 'ff V n f, y.. mf' '-aww, --A Q .,N,....1,.,.x. i X Y. v' 3: , x ' I 1-V v fx ,KY Exx it AIU IFJ K, nl -A 1. ,,W..,,,?N L xxhx ,K A MA ,xi 3 ? P I x I 3 l M "+a3f.f X, si il 4 'viwqw ,mm . . Ms....,..,N... , v Lsfgw ,.., -R2 ,fig 5 Q H A 4' J ,iff ,Q , .2 ,K g 3 ,ff 4 5 ' fam 7 sd ' .Ti K C 'Q 1 'V 9 M,3,,QA H f W L+" 1-gfffif f lzfim V' . wif' rf fi I: I, 1, ,np in ,W , rp, It f if A fyd Nz,-fnrplwf W ' J,-,.,w'1 K W f ,. vy .u.,q" W.,fy,,,? ' W? f v 4A.,,, , . ,hgk 1 , gi swf f 4 A 'vw ,wif ,...q.f' V Auf, ,. . .W 'Vi 1- I F 5 Q4 4, A Q n asf ll ff, Wv-.x 3 352 R55 iii an IT-Eiiii 3 5 pnunvnnrvvlvli' ,,. . Qi' QL . w v. Rf r 5 e, M1 s 'f Q. ' x sf 'E f ", S55 fi., . r,.?5L, , i?7""f iii? FMYU' im' " V, W. 'W' I EN? img-gg" 5, ,U 6123? rr' uma Ill? FEM UWM? .f, Haig 5555 Y ill? T!-' f3K? ?"""" dw f"5?3?i x f f'?'3'? inf' UIQ? UMW? Q :iii Ill! :rm 'T H :MM iii? iimi ? 4g33g:i1 Y 11.124 r ' zyffw' f 4 f ' ' was was sua saga: . Yiwu, runs- ET ..... Q "ik ,ami . uw- 12, lA. ' E E m M W ' V4 1 6 1: Fi 4' ff, 5. fa I 7 1 ., 'U n gi if I J - ' wfz' V ' 'ew' I 1 'Six HE"-in K , A3 2 , 1 1 f Q f? ' bw? ,M in ew ,A M .,,. , L W W ,.,"'5 1 ' ga A ,I .4., W. , IN THE SPIRIT OF PRIDE IN ACCOMPLISHMENT . . . The Staff dedicates its efforts to capture Elder High School at the brink of the Soaring 60's to . . . HI GRACE, KARL T. ALTER Archbishop of Cj7.VlC7.VlVlClf7. The Year T960 is a year of anniversaries for His Grace. June 4th marks his 50th Anniversary of ordination to the priesthood. He begins his 30th year as Bishop June I7th. On September 26, the entire Archdiocese will celebrate with His Grace, the IOth an- niversary of his appointment as Archbishop of Cincinnati. Under the leadership of the Most Reverend Archbishop, the Church of Cincinnati has undergone phenomenal growth - in the number of Catholics, in the number of institutions to care for their spiritual welfare, and in a wealth of applications of age old truths to modern problems. Under the guidance of His Grace in the Hamilton County High School drive, Elder High School begins the soaring 60's with the best of educational facilities. It's been a great decade for the Archdiocese - we look for- ward to an even greater decade under the continued leadership of Archbishop Alter. 9 W A portion of the crowd attending dedication ceremonies in the Elder gymnasium November 22. The new wing, which represents an investment of Sl million, provides Elder with adequate facilities for l2OO students. ARCHBISHOP DEDICA TES NEW WING Civic Officials, including councilmen and Judges, representatives of the public and parochial school boards, members of the high school fund com- mittee, ioined a crowd of 2500 in dedication cere- monies of the new wing, blessed by Archbishop Alter, November 22. Ceremonies began at 3:00 P.M. with selections played by the band, followed by presentation of the flag to the school by mem- bers of the Budde Post, American Legion. Every member of City Council was present for the dedication with the exception of Mayor Clancy, an Elder Graduate, who was hospitalized with a virus infection. The new wing represents an investment of Sl,OO0,000. lt contains a cafeteria, gymnasium, science laboratories, library, and additional class- rooms. Rf., E . H ,K More than 200 civic officials dedication banquet. and clergy attended the l I 2 . s I . . l 1 k el V l '-X? 'N Archbishop Alter blesses the Dedication Cross, a gift of former faculty members. The cross hangs at ihe entrance to the new building. Judges, Councilmen, members of the School Board, attending the dedicaiion ceremonies. I3 Vi, ,L , LM, S,-,,, F mu , , fl ESM, ww 371 izmgmi. , w,.fm, F wi' 1. ,WV las-J 7 .. -153 .. afQ.3?:Se4:vsi . , ' S 4 x.. I , ,,f,f,w - , EQ f.f,fwfgL,1a.ffg5w - K Z 1 f fsfewfj A H: wj1g..,if ,,w,. , , fw. Af J- -, ,ws 5-T f 1' inf ADMINISTRATION Marv 1 zy- , Hx I, X X X I f I X Xf ff f ff' ff 1 X -dr f wb! .,..+.-.fr-' J' , V , ' ' "A . , , . -1...w:1 qw- N if , N' 'g .. u. 1 -s"p?"1"'- 5 7 .. if. - -.Uv ... , ., ,.,,. , rsh bf! J is A 'Y . -uv 15--,. BISHOP SUPERINTENDENT DEAN PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL kwa Superintendent of Schools BISHOP PAUL F. LEIBOLD Auxiliary Bishop of Cincinnati 'QV K t its .s,4:g:igisQi,s,,g.gka, J- ,j iel,g1,,y,.f ,J s.y.:.,g'Qg, 'iggmi-,vg gs www in-ffwgf ,Q'1t,,g',,fi-x:2s1"w'y"s . fw,Q"..gw M551 11914 2 s'f:m,gals5 f..,g,,,..,wfgif5--fg -543,11 Qi ,5,f:2iei'gv1iJQ' fx Y ., ftp W f ii52JwIlr7:"1ni-if i L- 41:1 ,L-j.5igff,e Hgiaaqfi ,rf x:"aq5ffi41 , ffzs5'5:'i:,: z- r' V J 11251 3f,,, L M L' vs. Q' Ffa ieittiiiviiml 'M it , 5323: .fqy,L,g.."5g5:g15.: fgfsgwcuxsmfciffi,.1V,3:,,Qis2ssf1gi:zz?.:sikei1f-3ait'1'zsf1's.,V. mf - K' gi ef- f.sf1'iqiirr:ggi4f'-gi'-isnwsfwctsr Hggliiaiwftlils Wee WM? S ft 2 to My w -- if ,ss I6 TO BISHOP LEIBOLD we owe much tor his continued interest in the progress of Elder High School. His devoted service as' head of the Building Commission, his constant encouragement given to worthwhile projects, his cooperation in all our endeavors is deeply appreciated. MONSIGNOR RYAN, in his capacity as superintendent of schools, sees to the statting ot Elder with qualified personnel. His efforts in the school system ot the Archdiocese have elevated it to a position of equality with tax-supported systems with the plus ot a God-centered curriculum. TO MONSIGNOR KUHN, Dean of the Saint Lawrence District, we owe much thanks for an interest in our success not expected of a man with so many other time-consuming interests. FATHER STANG, in the twenty-first year at Elder, has been directly responsible for the academic standards and traditions which will be treasured in the soaring 60's and beyond. Father Stang's greatest contribution has been an intangible one- the spirit of cooperation and purpose that exists between faculty members and students. TO FATHER GRUBER, Assistant Principal, we owe the orderly operation of schedules, and moral force for the keeping of rules. RT. REV. MSGR. CARL J. RYAN 'W'--w..,,w ,swf 5' aww. "'K.,f-U' W V ,,,, 1 r X X E 31 552' .reefs ' 7132 ii . -E112 '27 , w , RT. REV. MSGR. JOHN E. KUHN Dean of fhe Saint Lawrence District REV. URBAN STANG Principal SECRETARIES REV, J. PAUL GRUBER Assisranf Principal Q . 9' r Miss MIL KOLDE MRS, LOREUA AVERBECK MRS. RUTH ROEDERSHEIMER Secrefary Secretary Secretary I7 BOARD OF PASTORS Twenty-nine parishes are represented at Elder, send- ing thirteen-hundred students to this venerable Price Hill institution. With the erection of the new LaSalle High School on North Bend Road, to be opened in the fall, at least three parishes will be cut off from the Elder district. To our Pastors, we owe deep gratitude for the generosity of their parishes in helping finance our secondary education and for their constant encourage- ment for scholastic achievement The Elder Welfare Association, over the years, has been mainly responsible for material improvements made throughout the school the financing of which is impossible from tuition funds alone The Welfare Association provides also a means of contact between parents and teachers for closer co- operation in the education of the Catholic Youth of the Western Hills area .1 I I - REV. ,LEONARD VONDVEYPBRINK : Board of Pastors President Officers of the Elder Welfare Association are: left to right, front row: Mrs. L. W. Goettke, Mrs. Wm. Wall, William Wall, President, Mrs E. Edelmann, Fr. Stang. Second row: Virginia Mulvey, Mrs. Ed. Cavanaugh, Mrs. Neil OfConnor, Ralph Wuest, Edward Staunton. Back row: Elmer Harnist, Charles Cummings, Frank Schroeder, William Corcoran, Clarence Waltz. E LDERADO MEDALISTS V90 M EDA: 63' '-ff 0 2 'U 45 '55 fr 6 Y X A L 2 'S' 9 Sc-H QX COL f RELIGION DEPARTMENT RELIGION TEACHES us How ro uve Religion has traditionally been the most important subiect taught at Elder. On the Threshold of the 6O's, we look to our faith as an even more solid anchor in a violent, stormy, exciting, era. Material prosperity is accompanied by a lessening of interest in spiritual values. We hear expres- sions that "morality is subiect to personal experience, Catholics are not permitted to think for themselves, the means iustifies the end." Our religion courses have taught us the precept of success -the possession of God's friendship. We enter the soaring sixties well versed in the truths of our faith and well disciplined in good moral habits. Our Religion course has taught us how to think for the 6O's. We were taught not only to use our God-given intellects, but to enrich those intellects with divinely inspired truth. l Ed Bierman assists Father Richard Hentz in an explanation of mass vestments and Chaliges, The football team l L ELDERADO MEDALISTS H fi - , tio, .. 51,5 E Q M 'h . Cf" , Y , as , l ' 5 L it PAUL BARWICK College Prep Course CHARLES FEHR General Course WILLIAM MARTIN Advanced Standing Course Advanced Standing Course ALLAN PANTLE vidance and counseling are an important part the religion program. Al Klosterrnan and Fr. 'lliam Sicking posed for this picture. ery game to Our Blessed Mother. R. Stacy explains The significance of the scapular medal as Father Luelwrmann looks on approvingly. 2 I SCIENCE DEPARTMENT G. Theobald holds the hamster that bites-Father Andres' hamster has been de-toothed. G. Schroeder and D. Schuerman got to touch the knobs on the physics control 'panel for the first and last time in their lives. 22 Father Sahlfelol explains the mechanics of the inclined plane to interested physics students. Notice Father's NEW LABS FOR The Soaring 60's received their name be- cause of The advances in science that will make the economic prosperity of the decade possible. The next ten years will see man exploring the moon, finding a cure for many killing diseases, and feeding an undreamed of population. Our science department, with the use ot three laboratories, is fully equipped, both in personnel, and facilities to provide the most modern courses available. Offering the traditional four high school T. Espelage takes equipment from well-stocked shelves in the physics lab. "this better work" expression. SCIENCE STUDENTS science classes-chemistry, physics, and gen- eral Iscience, the science department has stepped-up schedules to embrace even more experiments and subject matter. Advanced Standing students must take Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, general science is included in the College Preparatory schedule of classes. General Science, also, offers to the non- College minded student a broad outline of scientific knowledge and advances of the past years. ELDERADO MEDALISTS 'VL I JAMES WEINKAM Advanced Standing Course WILLIAM BRUENING Advanced Standing Course Buschur, Beck, Kreimer, check the wave lengths from the tuning fork. produced by different tones W. Buelterman and M. Klusman record the sound the oscilloscope. THOMAS ESPELAGE Advanced Standing Course of Mark's beautiful voice on .gl ' ., 1 s -,ff I . . is .V V, A . P .. DAVID FITZGIBBON Advanced Standing Course 23 MATH DEPARTMENT me 3-M pm gm "Q" mv:- Q- W5 5'-S 'M Bob Schrage points to a lateral edge of the dodecahedron. ELDERADO MEDALISTS Fr. Schaefer demonstrates the parabolic curve to interested Juniors. Imholte, Jump, Haas, Hursting struggle through problems in Father Bange's College Math Class. THOMAS PFLIEGEL ROBERT ROSENFELD THEODORE SCHAAF RICHARD ASIMUS College Prep Course College Prep Course College Prep Course Advanced Standing Course 24 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT PROVIDES RUNNING COURSES Mathematics is fundamentally' a way of thinking which permeates one organized field of knowledge after another. The applicability of mathematics to many fields involves the use of new material principles which students of the "soaring 6O's" will need to be aware of to, dig themselves from the bottom of the pile. A man capable of running, would certainly run, not walk to catch a passing bus. At Elder, ac- celerated, or "running courses" have been pro- vided to accommodate the talents of brighter stu- dents-college algebra, calculus, and analytic geom- etry, can all be taken in the Senior year. Any progress in scientific and technical skills, business, or social research, will be directly allied to mathematical prowess. The math department at Elder endeavors to develop this mathematical prowess. Lee Veneman straightens Father Bange out on a technical point in solid geometry. Jerry Monohan discusses the "area under the curve" to a not 100 comprehending Class, Dave Schorsch is really dusting this demonstration slide rule. 25 Stanton, Diers, Engelhardt, Keller, Westendorf and Fr. Bischoff discuss the merits of not-too-modern painting in third year English. MULTIPLE FACETS OF ENGLISH COURSES VITAL TO COMMUNICATION, UNDERSTANDING English courses have many facets. Grammar, literature, spelling, composition, and speech are all divisions of this compulsory four-year program for Elder students. A firm knowledge of spelling and grammar is absolutely necessary if a person is to appear well-educated. The sometimes tedious memorization of patts of speech and usage forms, develops not only the appearance of culture but also' the ability of the mind to discipline itself. Literature gives not only the facts of history, but also the feelings and thoughts of the makers of history and of those affected. Literature gives a clear understanding of human nature for man does not change essentially over the ages. The most brilliant man on earth is of little value to himself or to others unless he can express himself forcefully and clearly. Composition and speech are therefore essential to the use of knowledge. Actually, these are the two reasons for English, or any other language, putting it to use in communicating thought to others. English is of prime importance in the l96O's or in the 2060's or in any period. As long as man needs the wisdom and knowledge of the past, as long as he -must exchange ideas with his contemporaries, he will need his language-and a thorough knowledge of it. 26 ELDERADO MEDALIS TS JAMES BONO College Prep Course CLARENCE DEITSCH Advanced Standing Course ' .aa .-.5 "T LL 'f of-ff s SIEGFRIED HAUSLADEN Advanced Standing Course ROBERT HODGEMAN Advanced Standing Course ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Fr Putnlck appears envranced ata studenfsrecutahon Fr Putmck chuckles mdulgemly as Goettke tries to Impress with tv 'exam ,im Jim! .wa ww Ken Abrams speaks out agamst Anti-Semmsm Fr Koverman reprlmands Pedofo as Peaker smnles SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Father Klug is an ardent follower of political systems and parties, He has very definite viewpoints to impart to his always most attentive students. SOCIAL STUDIES KEY TO PROGRESS IN '6O'S Only if principles of Christian truth and iudgement are applied in the solution of problems of the soaring 60's will they fulfill their promise and become truly soaring. Politically, the 60's will give us a presidential adminis- tration different from that of Mr. Eisenhower. On the state level we see a resurgence of the Democratic party. ELDERADO MEDALISTS CHARLES HUTH MICHAEL KAHSAR College Prep Course Advanced Standing Course 28 City-wide, the Democrats look powerful, unimpaired by proportional representation. Social studies at Elder treat of the history and founda- tion upon which our government is built. Economic, political, social, and religious problems are all part of the subject matter of this department. iie ' ,frt JAMES KEN KEL NED LAUTENBACH Advanced Standing Course Advanced Standing Course Birkenheuer takes over the class as Schil high spirits. er ri ses to obiect. Stiens in the bac me sf kground takes his usual sagacious pose-Hentz as usual is in B SQYH an ,g .J ' ,,..,at-M 1 N5 "ING Tony Augustine and Tom Casey inspect radio facili Archbald, Holmes, and Bain visited the Cincinnati Board of Elections to study registra- tion procedure. ties at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 29 ELDERADO MEDALISTS Buchanan takes on the role of a Roman Senator as Tom Wenz is impressed by the Roman oratory. Schablein isn't fooled. Willing, Voight, and Schaefer help Fr. Luehrmann prepa-re his German classes, Movies are always the most interesting part of German. 30 DAVID l.UTTERBEl College Prep Course V 1 4 u A f Q- gw 4 H Q ,.E. 1 ' Q1 iw 'N Y f f 1 Jn aw , ' 5 -5 7 rw a j E1 . 1 ailglplqgppg -gym. E191 ffl", wzfnqffwl A A, W'fiTifgf,j3 MICHAEL OBERDlNG College Prep Course EUGENE OBERJOHANN Advanced Standing Course JOSEPH SEHER Advanced Standing Course K -az 'S ir'- 1 Y 3 '4-rw. - ' .1. N 4 in 5' 1 ag V in LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Gregory DiMuzio demonstrates the whereabouts of Caesar's battles for second year Latin students as Fr. Hussey contemplates Greg's prepa- ration for the class. f Just where is the accent, Fr. Rudemiller? FOREIGN LANGUAGES OPEN WIDE FIELDS OF INTEREST Foreign languages open a wide field of interest for the high school student. Four years of Latin, two years each of Spanish and German are offered Elder students to serve a wholesome purpose in one's cultural edu- cation. Latin especially exerts a spiritual influence through the study of the prayers used in Divine Service. Class- ical Latin-the Latin of Vergil, Cicero, and Caesar is an intellectual study. Spanish and German may not be underrated in religious and intellectual aspects, but their social value is more apparent. In an era of closer communication among nations necessary for the survival of the free vvorld-language studies play a vital part. 3l COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT COMMERCIAL CLASSES BECOME NECESSITIES Practicality is the keynote of the commercial de- partment in the preparation of students for their part in this fabulous decade. Commercial courses are de- signed for the young man who is to put the dreams of engineers, doctors, and political scientists into con- crete applications. Every important field of commerce, from the making out of an income tax return, to the computing of profits and loss on the stock market, is covered in the corn- mercial course. The increased complexities of modern business have raised commercial classes to necessities for the suc- cessful business man-to be taken either in college or during secondary education. ELDERADO A MEDALISTS lll ,V ll L y ,,, J ,,, , a ,iff tttisti, so WILLIAM SEIBERT Advanced Standing Course Q N A THOMAS SMITH Advanced Standing Course HENRY STRIET Advanced Standing Course 32 Charles Norton learns by "doing" in drawing class from Mr. Paul Stryker. Our brand-new drawing room provides full facilities for future clraftsmen and architects. Dattilo becomes an expert on income tax returns, He expects to pay a lot someday. iflfiifilf- l:" ,f '1.:,'-.... z .. ,, ... , isffr E A - A, , li, ,. Jac .., my 4' NX' Q li- 5 sl' 5 Q , 'C Wf, ,,,h id- 'ij' 2 34 VI a ,A Q. One of the Twins, Bill Moeller Cwe thinkj gets 1he facts from 'E Fr. Doerger about The flow of national income. S S 'f 19 in - Q l if 7' Sixty words a minute or bust. Halloran hasn'f got his homework and Fr. Grad seems to be in an h understanding mood. Wagner and Tiettmeyer compute The tax schedule levied on members of the l.G.A. 33 REV, ANTHONY ANDRE5 REV. RALPH BANGE REV. ERWIN BERTKE REV. ALBERT BISCHOFF MR. RAYMOND DIERINGER REV. STANLEY DOERGER REV. THOMAS DUESING REV. PAUL FREY REV. KENNETH HENZ REV. BERNARD HUITINK 34 all REV. ANTHONY ANDRES-Biology . REV. RALPH BANGE-SoliolfTrig, Col- lege Math, Eloleraicles . . . REV. ERWIN BERTKE-U.S. History, Athletic Director . . . REV. ALBERT BISCHOFF-English III, Library, Elderaioles . . . REV. JOSEPH BRUENING-Latin I . . . REV. ROBERT BUENING-English I, Library . . . REV. STEPHEN CALME-Religion III, Bancl Moderator . . . MR. ARTHUR DEL CONTE -U.S. History, Assistant Coach . . . MR. RAY DIERINGER-Business Arithmetic, General Math, Head Basketball Coach . . . REV. STANLEY DOERGER-Economics, English I . . . REV. THOMAS DUESING-English I, Algebra I, Camera Club . . . REV. PAUL FREY-Algebra I, General Math . . . REV. MALCOLM GRAD- REV. JOSEPH BRUENING REV, ROBERT BUENING REV. STEPHEN CALME MR. ARTHUR DEL CONTE REV. MALCOLM GRAD REV. MARK GRATSCH i lBookkee-ping II, I . . . REV. MARK GRATSCH-Plane! !SoIid, Purple Quill, Annual . . . REV. ROBERT HAS- 'SELHOFF-Business Training, 'English ll. REV. RICHARD HENTZ-Spanish II, I, Religion III . . . REV. KENNETH HENZ-Religion II, I . . . MR. HERBERT HUEBENER-Choral Music . . . REV. BERNARD HUITINK -Chemistry, Physics, Alumni . . . REV. M. EDMUND HUSSEY-Laiin ll, Ill . . . REV. RICHARD KLUG-Civics . . . REV. CHARLES KOVERMAN-English III. .... i. ' .. REV. ROBERT HASSELHOFF REV. RICHARD HENTZ ? MR. HERBERT HUEBENER REV. AA. EDMUND HUSSEY . ......... A . Q R iw R3 9 'Y' r pdf' ' 9. wi REV. RICHARD KLUG REV. CHARLES KOVERMAN 35 MR. JOSEPH KULEY REV. JESSE LONSWAY REV. STANLEY LUEHRMANN REV. JOHN MATTSCHECK I 1 REV. DONALD ROBY REV. EDWARD RUDEMILLER REV. FRANCIS SAHLFELD MR. VIRGIL SCARDINA x ny, 5... A Q aww 5 . ,. .. ,gc .X , ., . X .. . WW ..Si,g, . . X? XG gg .. Q.. . 1 fur Q. -x f' 4 1? D+ A A 1' 'X . , . w:'LEiiRQQFf2w , , Jw E, A S. A .Raitt it qajgf ...,. . 5. . .2 .. .V ?,..Q'i2Mf if .Ww ..fnfl"Zi..6i? ffsi...--,Wft . ., X-,fi7f'ff1i'1'F?PS2i a'lY'-'f:'u- r--.Lg,l" 'HN f.RY:-ff.fW-- fi1,X'Mf-Q .E VSQXSCW- img.-6 --A, -Vg - .Rai Q -RHI i PM - WRT. A . ta 9AsJi:.vgAy..E324,-4.fb,ar9QEs5aiwi,hzgy. gf. ?z,.-,ff.,Tig'i2-1,-k,,.f-H-,jf .iv ."i:my,5eJ3..EvS:Tix-- ' 2-I.,---.JE.i.w.s.f.:EE.fwEyTW 5.1- -AVE...-ifg, - iii :ke-,ir p iw- QA... awww-gf?-is...gi---..Qf1a,Ews.iafelfsggg-tfcrififzfgjiii 49" . Q MR. JOSEPH KULEY-English Il . . . REV. JESSE LONSWAY-Religion IV, I . . . REV. STANLEY LUEHRMANN-German ll, I, Religion I, C.S.M.C .... REV. JOHN REV. LAWRENCE STRITTMATTER MATTSCHECK-Plane Geometry, Algebra II . . . REV. RODNEY MCDANIEL- General Science, Biology . . . REV. EARL METZ-Typing I, English I . . . REV. ' PAUL POEPPELMAN-Civics, Typing 'ii . . . REV. ROBERT PUTNICK-English gs iV, Diamaiics, Activities Director, senior Seminar . . . REV. DONALD ROBY . E V... -Typing i, Vvaria Hisioiy, Cheerleaders . . . REV. EDWARD RUDEMILLER-Corn- mercial Correspondence, Latin IV . . . Rev. Francis Sahlfelol-Physics . . . Mr. Virgil Scardina-General Science, Head Football Coach . . . REV. ROBERT SCHAEFER-AlgebrafTrig, cafeieiia . . . REV. VINCENT SCHNEIDER-Religion View if iEf..,..,...... MR. PAUL STRYKER 36 A A -.2"wZ':Fv E 'AKANNLQ' wo: ww fum.: 'f2f3S:i3lN,S2-M ' S E-Wi bi --.EQVT Sk.. . iz,I1w-Sfwfffsi.. f. mi.fw1.Q-2.9: .11-QIFSK' El'.:ixi"W:-x..Qi'--:Sw'Fil' ,,ii1twP.Hff"ffJ-' uf' ':.ASk::Tl.'."-253' . ewatsf, -Q.. 8. mai' - if-'S ,MN 9551-tim?1-S.a2.fQ.siz fx A A f RJ!-A-isIE-wziwi:--Eszw ii:?wQ.:ERafsixftaEf5f A .--i .... A T -f E REV, RODNEY MCDANIEL REV. EARL METZ REV, PAUL POEPPELMAN REV. ROBERT PUTNICK its REV. ROBERT SCHAEFER REV. VINCENT SCHNEIDER REV. WILLIAM SICKING REV. ROBERT STRASSELL REV. WILLIAM SICKING-Religion IV, Cadets for Christ . . . REV. ROBERT STRASSELL-World History . . . REV. LAWRENCE STRITTMATTER-Latin II, Eng- lish I, Public Relations, Chess Club . . . MR. PAUL STRYKER-Drawing ll, I . . . MR. LEE TRAUTH- BAND DIRECTOR . . . REV. EDWARD TRlPPELf Religion l, General Math . . . REV. HERBERT WITTE -Chemistry, General Science, Chemistry Club . . . REV. LAWRENCE ZIEGLER-English I, Word Study. Www- is REV. EDWARD TRIPPLE REV. HERBERT WITTE MR. LEE TRAUTH REV. LAWRENCE ZIEGLER SERVICE DEPARTMENT MRS. ROSEMARY FURLONG MRS, DOLORES MURPHY MRS. HELEN ARNOLD MRS. CLO MERKLE ss Yi f E f il .' 1' -, .if .5 Q Q li ll ' V If 5521, l MJ . 4 " " 1 'lla T T T 'S f, sw xsyisissssks . ....... K K A Q?il?lLiiI sm s .5 -s-,s1,if3g5 El ' ' RRE- .flli fi is K , EMME . - H Mres. LILLIE GROTE 38 MRS. CORINNE EBERT MRS. KATHERlNE LANSER gr' MRS. FLORENCE RAECKERS MRS. MAE DOWNARD MANY THANKS TO SERVICE DEPARTMENT Our "cafeTeria ladies" have served aT Elder High School a combined Total of 128 years. Mrs. Lillie GroTe and Mrs. Florence Raeckers have been aT Elder Tor 33 and 34 years respecTively. We owe Them much Thanks Tor Their kindness and ThoughTfulness in The cafeTeria. To Mr. George EberT, we owe Thanks Tor his "waTch- fulness," and Tor The cheerful expression he always manages To show sTuclenTs. To The Employees of The UniTed STaTes JaniTor serv- ice, we are grateful also, for The excellenT iob They do in keeping The building in respecTable condiTion. ROBERT WALKER, WILLIAM GLEN, ROBERT WALKER Schuman doesn't look too hungry. MR. GEORGE EBERT 3 Sir-rui 2 '- S Pb "'H"Q97g - :,,j,'-El sriiiii-P? e.- ..- ' -Qi2' .2 f ' fi 1 "2 .iafiim 1" V: f -f 11.9 'wi 3 !iK4Wg'T'f A ,fl .v,,.lp,lu1.1v'.tgg-.9 N fx fb, . W. , g' 9 Ji i I, QQIEWIIERYA .' xx. A 'W X' x 54 A GRADUATES . ,a Z- , , X - , -ulivg-5,31 1 79'-as.n,f,g,,.,.,-gf, , .n-WN' ""1i.A.'Ei'?i"Tf ' CLASS OF '60 Challenges ofthe '6O's WE MUST HAVE A "STAY- AHEAD" GOVERNMENT Our government faces its greatest challenge with the ideology of Communism surging on every side. A great government with great leaders will be needed to prevent our decline from our position as the foremost power of the world. KENNETH J. ABRAMS ff S RING 's lrightt: Don Archbald is shown the voting records of Hamilton County af the Board of Elections headquarters. MICHAEL F. ADOLF JEROME J. AGEE John F. Kennedy, Senator from Massachusetts, is interviewed by Cincinnati high school DONALD J- AMES reporters on a recent visit. Junior' Jim Powell is visible to Mr. Kennedy's right. 42 ANTHONY ANDRIACCO BERNARD J. AUSTING ! Ww- ROBERT A. BARRY K JEROME J. BECKMAN R. qw 'R DONALD A. ARCHBOLD ROBERT P. AUEL RICHARD J. AVERBECK JEROME L. BAIN PAUL L. BARWICK RICHARD A. BASSETT ROBERT O. BECKMEYER HAROLD B. BEDINGHAUS ANTHONY J. AUGUSTINE Q., ,,., DANIEL R. BARESWILT GARY E. BECKER WILLIAM D. BEHRMAN CLASS OF '60 Challenges of the '60's THE FlFTlES KILLED POLlOp THE SlXTlESp? More advances in medicine have been made in the past fifty years than in the entire previous history of the medical profession. The next ten years, with the emphasis onstherapeutic research will raise mankincl's life expectancy another five years. , 0 as' f Y 9 "Well, this kinda looks like the head, maybe?" ,f ,S Dr. Albert B. Sabin inspects a sample of his live virus polio vaccine. fi CHARLES J. BEMERER JOHN H. BERNINGER DAVID F. BERRYMAN ROBERT J, BERTE 44 ROBERT K. BIEDENHARN HAROLD J. BINDER JOHN D. BLOCK EDWARD A. BODE . + Q' DONALD J. BIRKENHEUER DENNIS R. BLAKE 5 . GILBERT H. BOLLINGER DANIEL J. BRADFORD JOHN H. BRATER BARRIE L. BRAUCH Q MICHAEL P. BRENNAN DANIEL N. BRINKER JAMES L. BRAUN JOHN E. BRAUN PATRICK G. BROGAN MICHAEL D. BROSNAN CLASS OF '60 Challenges of the '6O's THOMAS E. BROWN JOHN B. BROXTERMAN JOHN B. BUSCHE WILLIAM D. BUSCHUR COMMUNISM WILL BE AN EVEN GREATER CHALLENGE DIQMT r MIS' MiddIe of Moscow? NO-A street in New York a few years ago! 46 low' , Khrushchev's magnetic personality, Marxism's appeal to the Unvvary underprivileged nations, and Russia's newly realized power, present the most formidable adversary to the American way of life ever. ff S RING I 'S Seniors Tom Casey, Albert Klosterman, Tony Augustine, and George Williamson listen intently to Ed Mason, agent in charge ofthe F.B.I. in Cincinnati. W. GARY BUSH ROGER J. CASSIERE CHARLES R. CIRRINCIONE JAMES W. CAMPBELL ANTHONY S, CARLE THOMAS L. CASEY MICHAEL A. CHESSEY PETER N. CHOUTEAU VERNON R. CHOUTEAU JAMES E. COLEMAN JAMES R, COLLINS MICHAEL A. CONNEU-Y ? I 1 MICHAEL F, CRQWE PATRICK T. CUMMINGS RICHARD M. CUNNINGHAM PATRICK P. DAGLEY CLASS OF '60 FRED J. DAVIS RICHARD E. DAVIS DENNIS W. DAY RONALD W. DELFENDAHL 48 -1 I: ,fx J L.fk.Cf-'ffv-1-A ' I ENTERTAINERS MUST BE MORE RESPONSIBLE Dale Stevens, Drama Critic for the Post-Times-Star, discussed the Artist Series with J. Moeller D. Monnig, T. Luebbe and J. Detzel. ff S RING I IS Entertainers, realizing it or not, are looked upon as minor gods by their avid fans. Entertainers can be a powerful force for good-a responsibility often neglected. Father Ziegler displays some of the higher forms of entertainment to two of his English students. ROBERT A. DELLBRUGGE JOHN G. DEPENBROCK CHARLES G. DIETRICH Y + Y ' ' L' K is 3, J? L,X..,, ms.. 5 A 4 K E, J " if , x - JEROME N. DOEPKER WILLIAM H.. DQEPKER JAMES T. DOYLE HOWARD J. DUMONT EDWARD J. ELSAESSER JAMES D. ENGEL DONALD J. ENGINGER LAWRENCE L. ESSEN RUSSELL D. FARLOW EDWARD F. DISKEN THOMAS J. DREES WILLIAM A. ENGHAUSER SIA 'Z CHARLES J. FEHR 49 fi-V5.L Y? CLASS OF '60 News commentator, Peter Grant, explains the operations of WLW's COMEX to Tom Stiens, Neil O'Connor, Tom Waldron, and Jim Collins. Challenges of the '6O's COMMUNICATIONS: A FORCE FOR UNDERSTANDING "A world community can exist only with world communications. We are convinced of the superiority of the free enterprise system- we should propagate it throughout the world, confident of the world's approbation and acceptance. ff S RING 'S Crightj Antenna towers, such as this 831 foot structure, can link continents in instants. 50 fwiafgas . . , fsys: " 53 Xml t,.:sg1stsgfgss?i5Q?Q5,S.gg. . em: A -wt M2 -f im- S wt . ,..,,, ...s,c .J ,E V -firm -f .rtfiigsisiaisi 5 at i , Viet f5f..s:za?'sagsgss12s5f,2Jig Mil? 1.--rv azgieifxzzitfw. eiazillia' ftmmitw-wwuvff rr 'feiijjff' Qfgz 'T lil: :I DAVID L. FERGUSON JOSEPH F. FIELER THOMAS L. FINLEY JOHN W. FLANIGAN ' v. m FREDERICK E. FLICK JAMES F. FLORENCE BRUCE R. FLUEGEMAN PAUL M. FOLTZ ROBERT L. FORRESTER DONALD L. FORTMAN DENNIS E. FOX STEPHEN J. FOX RALPH A. FREEMAN RICHARD A. FREEMAN HARRY E. FRY GERALD L. GALLO ROBERT J. GAVIN DAVID L. GEISER GERALD G. GILKEY THOMAS W. GOETTKE CLASS OF '60 L LABOR Must FACE PROGRESS IN AuroMAnoN Bill Kircher, AFL-CIO leader lists problems of labor-management relations to Terry Rosfelder, Don Enginger, Tom Murphy, and Ken Neiheisel. Automation, just as the industrial revolution, will prove a tremendous benefit to mankind. Labor and management, with mutual confidence and prudence can look forward to an era of greater productivity and progress. ff s Rmc is Challenges of the '60's The 60's will be the period of Transition to automation. Will it be a period of pru- dent change or of labor un- rest? Q Y i' ' "-- 2 stifle i 5 E-2Eie1fiL.sfi Qfiiiiealflv i:?Z.fSS:3?'fsa?A:-is'1225?-?f..' QSSSTAZi5i,.:s.g2iis6E.i'Hifi Iiifilllfisisgwfgt 5--.Eff :J f viii I Q.:-5. '..fifeagzfQ'sigsQ r xfzfesafsei .f1:ffa-- .1 :----..Q:W 1a-f.-a1--- 5, - E Q , lx i H -1 DARYL C. GRAFF PAUL R. GRAMANN HAROLD J. GRAMKE KENNETH A. GRAVES 52 RICHARD F. GRAWE JOHN A. GREENLEE , ROBERT A. GREINER J. MICHAEL GRIMM LOUIS H. GROEN THOMAS J. GROVE RICHARD P. GUTEKUNST LOUIS W. GUTZWILLER LEO A. HAAS WALTER M. HAUSLADEN JEROME HEIDEMANN EUGENE T. HELMES J. ROBERT GREULICH I f'k' R , .W 1 is ' ,.., ' .ELI Z.V : L -- ' 4 DAVID C. GUNTER 1 2 I , . ' I I ' 1 .., - ' f' 'F .V 5. ..,L 67 ,A ,..V I ' u .iff 5' I ,-" ' if ' 5 MICHAEL E. HALLORAN JEROME R. HENZ 53 CLASS OF '60 THOMAS H. HILVERT WILLIAM P. HOERST THOMAS R. HOGUE ROBERT K. HOLLOWAY A DECADE OF DELINQU-ENCY OR DECENCY FOR YOUTH? The problem: Juvenile crime increases throughout the nation. f ll s kwa 'S The morals of teen-agers are a reflection of the morals of the society in which they live, only they reflect it more dramatically. The solution of the problem lies not with the teen-agers but with the society which produced them. ' 54 The solution: Judge Benjamin Schwartz shows the answer to Pantle, Hursting Scherer, and Raekers. ROBERT W. HOLMES WILLIAM J. HOLMES EDWARD J. HUBERT JON C. HURSTING ALLEN L. JAISLE TRW 4 If MARK J, JOSEPH MICHAEL J. JUMP wi! RONALD L. HOLWADEL KENNETH F. HORN JOSEPH L. IMHOLTE WILLIAM J. INSKEEP ROBERT C. JAMES THOMAS J. JANSING JAMES R. KAIN THOMAS J, KAPPES 55 CLASS OF '60 Challenges of the '6O's iz zfw lwfw ' 2 'fl JAMES R. KATHMAN CHARLES P. KAUFHOLD WILLIAM C. KEENAN JAMES L. KEINER 56 The food problems of the United States although caused by surpluses instead of shortages, are just as real and vital as the rest of of the world's. The 1960's will decide whether'we should continue government subsidies, the soil-bank prograrrt, and what to do with our surplus food. FOOD REMAINS A PROBLEM lN THE RlCHEST NATION ON EARTH ff s kms d ' S Ray Ober, Mike Crowe, Al Prost, and Charles Cirrincione look over the national food situation at the Public Health laboratory. The storing of the huge surpluses produced by our farms costs the government many 3 millions of dollars a year. g my ,Q 'x HUBERT J. KENNEDY THOMAS H. KING THOMAS J. KLETT RONALD J. KLOSTERMAN CHARLES W. KLUG JAMES A. KLUG THOMAS J. KOTZBAUER DAVID W. KRABACHER JOHN E. KRECHTING -enm- J LAWRENCE J. KREIMER NORBERT F. KROEGER DONALD J. KUMPF ALBERT L. KLOSTERMAN KENNETH F, KLUSMAN EUGENE W. KREIMER -'RF' fi 5 s DAVID A. LAKAMP 57 CLASS OF '60 Challenges of the '6O's SCIENCE: THE VANGUARD OF MATERIAL PROGRESS The soaring 60's might be called the scientific sixties for science is the reason for our confidence in the material future. We will be dazzled by TV telephones, atomic airplanes, a cure for cancer, and the exploration of other planets. ff JAMES J. LAMBERT LAWRENCE W. LARKINS s Rims 's Crightj This Thor-Able launched the "Paddle-Wheel" satellite on August 7, 1959. Father Sahlfeld explains the theories of electronics to physics students by means of oscillo- scope and schematic. 58 FRANK X. LAUCK EDWARD J. LAWS I GEORGE P. LINK JEROME F. LUEBBERS GERALD L, MARX JAMES W. MCSORLEY L PAUL R. LOUIS KENNETH A. LUCKEY ms-eff... .- I I' I. .,. E .E W I L 4.g "f s' I 3, 5 TERRENCE M. LYONS LAWRENCE E. MAIFELD it I I.. EDWIN G. MASMINSTER JOHN W. MCNALLY PATRICK H. MEEHAN JAMES A. MERKHOFER s RICHARD H. LUDWIG WILLIAM C. MARTIN DENNIS J. MCRAE RUDOLPH J. METSCH CLASS OF '60 AN ERA OF MAJOR LEAGUE EXPANSION We are promised more leisure time in the 60's which means a greater amountof time watching and taking part in sporting events. The 60's will be an era of expansion in professional sports-major leaguers will be wise to consider the importance of the smaller towns. Star, points out a story to Seniors Charles Minneci, Howard Schutte and Friends. ff S RING 'S Jansing is grappled by Alliance tacklers in Elder's greatest showing of the year, CElder won 14-87 rl l, if ea . JOSEPH G. METZLER DANIEL E. MEYER LAWRENCE J. MEYER THOMAS A. MEYER 60 Joe Quinn, Sports Writer for the Post-Times- x.. I THOMAS S. MEYER CLEMENT J. MIDDENDORF THOMAS H. MILLER if W JAMES L. MILLWARD CHARLES F. MINNECI JOHN H. MOELLER JEROME J MONAHAN JOHN A MONDARY FARY R MONNIG ' ,.:,:A , ,'::: fab-In f - 5.-. . , .,v JOHN J. MORBITZER DENNIS R. MORGAN JAMES G. MORMAN WILLIAM E. MILLER WILLIAM B. MOELLER gs I JAMES A. MONNIG CARL A. MUCKERHEIDE bl cLAss or 'eo i Challenges of the '60's THOMAS E, MURPHY THEODORE P, NAEGELE KENNETH F. NEIHEISEL NICHOLAS A NEIHEISEL fright! Race is a violent issue in the United States, a Negro is attacked by a Little Rock mob during recent integration disputes. Supreme Court decisions can point up the fact that men are equal and coerce, to an extent, the public's external acceptance. The real solution, however, lies in the Christian principle that all men are children of God. 'Y S RlNG fs RACE PROBLEMS WlLL CLEAR WlTH UNDERSTANDING 62 Elder students are visitors at DePorres High School. DAVID K. NIEHOFF DENNIS J. NOLTE NEIL J. O'CONNOR MICHAEL P. OTTAWAY RAYMOND J. PFALZ ,.,gd"Q"' ' THOMAS W. OKER JOHN P. OWENS CHARLES W. NORTON - ,. . xx - .f-...ing .8 A 'L .. . 'R I9 'I 'V , L 1 1- . .., A . F v as f x , fs Q EV. xv.. mx' A PHILIP T. OLIVER .V . , ...- I I i ALLAN J PANTLE WILLARD M. PITCHFORD RUSSELL F. POLAND M , -- RAYMOND F. OBER CLARENCE L. OTT any JOSEPH A. PEDOTO THOMAS C. PRICE . 63 CLASS OF '60 tt Challenges of the '60's ALBERT L. PROST MICHAEL J. PURSIFULL 1 F V f i ' , . . . x I 7, ' .Ly it x GARY L. RAECKERS RONALD M. RAHE 64 An unprecedented growth of the Church in the diocese has created an Z! unprecedented need for Priests. Our prayers S for the 60's are that fs young men will answer the call that God has certainly planted in their hearts. DIOCESE WILL NEED 150 NEW PRIESTS BY 1970 St. Peter in Chains Cathedral, Ecclesiastical center of Archdi- ocese. Monsignor Schneider, Rector of Mount Saint Mary's Seminary shows the sanctuary of St. Mary's to Tim Serey and Jay O'Connor. vpn I 'Qi I' V . 'C 5 I' 3 . 'IFE . . 2,585 N - ng: 1 kgilf ii ,M r IX iffy! sw . .Y ,,.. ,, A ,-ff Q, I QEAEQQEE I 5 mu, , fix f W., WILLIAM F. REEVES MICHAEL H. REICHRATH JAMES W REINHART SN ' Ii Ie! ,Q Y W5 ny? ,, W 3 Q J I in .I EDWARD J. RENNEKAMP RAYMOND D. RENNER RAYMOND N. REUSS DONALD P REVERMAN RICHARD W. RHOADES LAWRENCE W. ROBBINS THOMAS C. ROEDERSHEIMER RONALD P ROLFES , VN 'L -. - L .1 we ., -I x S - If I X 'Q' A' 548 33, X ., ' A .f I ' f x . , I A .iv E QM , , I' ' x,- RALPH B. ROSEN TERRY H. ROSFELDER EDWARD L. ROWLEY CLASS OF '60 Challenges of the '60's Fort Washington Way-under constructio JAMES R. RUTENSCHROER AFTER TEN YEARS OF PLANNING, A DECADE OF BUILDING WILLIAM G.SANDER After ten years of talking we look forward to ten years of action in the building of new high-ways, urban redevelopment, and the rebirth of the downtown area. The year 1970 should find these plans completed and Cincinnati thoroughly modernized. ff S RING Crightl Seniors Price and Greulich M talk over the intricacies of the new Fort Washington Way with an of- ficial from the Planning Commission. 66 wp- KENNETH T. SCHACKLEITER NORBERT J. SCHEPER JOSEPH G. SCHERER TOBY C. SCHILLER THOMAS J. SCHLINKERT HBR EDWARD C. SCHMIDT JEROME C. SCHOCH DAVID J. SCHORSCH GERALD L. SCHROEDER THOMAS B. SCHROOT FRANK A. SCHULZ DANIEL J. SCHUMAN HOWARD J. SCHUTTE JAMES R. SCHUTTE MELVIN B. SCHLOMER ROBERT J. SCHRAGE PAUL J. SCHULZ , . ........ A mf. w A ' f-i'3-' fi . ...., ,. ' 2 ,.,.. ., M, ' 5 fmrrrff Mx. S f' , Q ,- Lyn ig . 'Y-vu S? kk" ,J J . ROBERT A. SCHWAB 67 CLASS OF '60 Challenges of the '6O's Throngs of people crowd the world's cities. Post-War births are unequaled in the world's history. Major problem turns into political issue. ff S RING POPULATION EXPLOSION: A NUMBERS RACKET? The only certainty about population predictions is that they have always proved woefully wrong. As Catholics we know God will provide for every human He should see fit to create. We have confidence and hope in His Wisdom. Mr. James Shea, of the Catholic Telegraph Register discusses "population explosion" news reports at the office of the Archdiocesan newspaper with members of the Purple Quill Staff. TERRENCE J. SEGER JOSEPH J. SEIBERT TIMOTHY T, SEREY DANIEL P. SHARKEY 68 fs WILLIAM J. SHAW RICHARD T. STACEY THOMAS L. STOCKELMAN DALE A. TEKULVE .L f A ii x x." . iw. Q6 DANIEL E. SIEMER ffexggiglwffb -1 YV , ifi5'.Ef',' ' - - w e1.'i3'f3T'lf5f'V-Www - if "E3f.'igzr 1 'L 2.-5-:aafsm - V 'A .fQ...f...2.-- .. . 5.15.3 7,--f I 15 11.5 . 2 .5...:.- . N, . .VW ': . -:xr':Q":s-":.. . ' - +. HN' . 5..,g.z . ' H. . , A K. 5.3. sms.. 1 , ,A u .g E:g..2u f - ze... -fx .. fe fu 19 5 as n ik V. I ., ,.. I GERALD W. STALF ff? I JOHN W. SOHMER FRANK J. ST. CHARLES xIxIJ PHILIP A. STOEBERL JAMES J. SUNDERMAN i CHARLES E. TEPE FRANCIS X. THERNES Y RICHARD L. SOLOMON THOMAS J. STIENS JOHN R. SWEENEY 'VK DONALD G. THEURER 69 CLASS OF '60 Challenges ofthe '6O's JAMES R. THIEMAN MICHAEL C. THREM THOMAS N. TIETTMEYER PETER L. TOPICZ An expanding population new products, desire for a higher standard of living promises a decade of booming business and unparalleled prosperity. Truly wise men will use their God-given A PROSPEROUS DECADE OF BOOMING BUSINESS wealth in pursuit of an eternal goal. 70 ff S RING 'S Cleftj Production begins at the Norwood Chevrolet plant after the Taft- Hartley law reopened the steel mills. 'Xi mfr: uv' 5 Allen Jaisle, Jerry Bain, Neil O'Connor, ancl Ken Schachleiter visit the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce. 1 .LA"Al LAWRENCE G. TURNER ROBERT W. UHLENBROCK CHARLES B. VAN De RYT -fab. my-K 'Qx NORMAN W. WAGNER THOMAS F. WALDRON JOHN W. WALL KIT", F E A 53 ' 1. s 22' JOSEPH T. WALSH EDWARD A. WALTZ CARL J. WEBER A. LEE VENEMAN JOHN T. WALSH JAMES C. WEBER , X JEROME J. WEBER RONALD E. WEBERDING EUGENE F. WEGMAN JOSEPH F. WEGMAN CLASS OF '60 Challenges of the '6O's WILLIAM D. WEGMAN JAMES J. WEINKAM EDWARD C. WETZEL FRANK J. WHALEN 72 A. Bode, M. Halloran, T. Casey, and R. Davis discuss school building programs throughout the diocese with Msgr. Carl J. Ryan, superintendent of schools. SCHOOLS FACE DECADE OF CRISIS Our schools are faced with problems of developing improved Curriculums and with pressures to accomodate an expanding and moving population. We need really inspired leaders in the school system. ff S RlNG 's The new LaSalle High school under construction on North Bend road to relieve the crowded 'conditions expected in the i96O's. NIKOLAS WICK WILLIAM G. WIESNER BERNARD W. WILKINSON GEORGE A. WILLIAMSON JOHN E. WINDHOLTZ THOMAS J. WINTERHALTER GARY J. WITSKEN JQSEPH E, WITSON Q fffiii . 9292 ,Q KA RICHARD L. WITTERSTAETTER WILLTAM W. WITTICH RICHARD A, WOHLFROM MICHAEL E, WUEST 'iw 1 x 3 RAYMOND A. YEAZELL Panther gridders kneel at ihe grotto giving Thanks for a victorious CHARLES A. ZUBER day. 73 2 F3 Sigma KF!! I fifil f " I fm K5 I-"2 -1 sfiivie. ' f-..,E.3, 2 , . ,,., - , ,f g f ws 35' ff lfavqif 1.4 1 : 3 . 'ui '.'. E I "" :"5' E - 'f Ig Lf - fi aylnlvf.. 1 1'-rr 49 - w'-Wvx . 'S I f ,I "W 'ffff l 4 .ll - 4 5' . , 1' .l,.1, x53lEFIFI1IGllR7A5'2 ACTIVITIES 'r' M339 J :I 5.s'r.f W L . 1' 3, f.,, .. , ,hx , X 1 I M W,TRfl1fFg'T'. Q amz."-1 xi ss 95 .Q if s, 52 if wi fi 5 -Q f f A a E dl fi 1 ' 0 --.K if WW qgasli Q- 4 is . M., uebener, R. O'Brien. T. Sfolze, D. Enginger, T. Murphy, C. Murphy E. Conley, D. Halpin, T. Hater, L. Wulker, J. Duffy, S. Schenck, L. ollendeck, B. Stoll, J. Reilmarm. 1... V c.cc V MARCHING MEN OF ELDER SENIOR BAND LETTERMEN wpllvw- gm P ei - R , 5 1 f es I 2 Charles Norton Gilbert Bollinger Louis Groen Gary Becker Ronald Rahe COLOR GUARD: M. Flanigan, C. Kaufhold, T. Sharpe, R. Schmit, C. Schneider. Michael Connelly Dennis Morgan - Our Band Proudly Performs at the Western Hills Game. 80 SENIOR BAND LETTERMEN Donald Enginger Clem Mlddendorf . . --xx i D , ' +-- H ",, .V , 73,-E , RICHARD DUGGINS, our Drum Maior Charles Klug 4-0-'. "x , .. R ' 1 - ll-' l I ln , ggj:f.2i51,f.E,f:5 l n --1 at f at f :L sa I -- t 5 ,'l"l,l V ,. " . ,i , ' sf Wlly 'il' Q ",.' -, 1 we ' . 7 , Me MN- .. 2,f M K t Q KJ A, fag,jq:L33',,3gf 'Y i . ff ""' ' L 'fi 0 Q SX IZ- Q gl 9 Q Q- . I Robert B5-me Thomas Miller Raymond Pfalz Absent Senior Band Letterman: Daniel Brinker. Kenneth Graves -,N :alia .1 2 Nl 5:5 . . lah ' ' , 1 .. :s.:-1-Hx pw we Y .A k 1 f , ,, r' E 1, l bvq 1 z s .. at a Q Thomas Murphy James Klug Leo Haas 8I DRUM MAJORETTES S. Kovacs M. A. Maupin P. Clevenger K. Dressman MAJORETTES ADD COLOR TO BAND'S PERFORMANCE Drum Maiorettes from Mercy and Seton High Schools over 35 applicants for the position. The maiorettes added rnuch during the performances of the band at participate also in the winter band concert and the spring halt-time shows. These girls pictured were chosen from musical. J. Moore J. Geis S. Plageman A. Frohn 82 GLEE CLUB N..-W Left to right, seated: H. Hencly, P. Lipps, H. Moeller, W. Bruening, G. Stenger, M. Halpin, T. Pfliegel.Standing: G. Hausman, L. Ratterman, P Berninger, R. Gravett, R. Herron, J. Shields, C. Wills, T. Flynn, T. Brennan, F. Haas, D. Kroger, J. Bockenstette. Glee club members warm-up before their parents' night presentation. That's Mr. Huebeuer at the piano. REACTIVATED GLEE CLUB PRESENTS THREE PROGRAMS Performances by the glee club are al- ways an important event in the active lite of Elder students. The glee club represents the singing talent at the school at ceremonies in St. Peter in Chains Cathedral, at variety shows, and at programs given for the parents. The singing ot the glee club at the dedi- cation ceremonies was one ot the highlights ot the occasion. The glee club is under the direction ot Mr. Herbert Huebener. 83 The 1959-i960 Elderaioles under the direction of Fr, Bange pictured at the Grotto. ELDERAIDES MAKE MEALS PLEASANT Under the direction ot Fr. Bange, the Elderaides served us tasty food in our new cafeteria. Food to delight a gourmet, reasonable prices, and ot course broken dishes highlighted cafeteria lite this year. The Elderaides, rightful recipients of this credit, worked hard in making the whole opera- tion a big success and a very pleasant experience. "No, I haven't got a match!" 84 Left to right: E. Krekeler, R, Monnig, D. Gunter, T. Klett Jack Busche loads milk into the cooler. ELDERADO STAFF Left to right: Joe Seibert, Tom Schlinkert, Carl Nluckerheide, Tom Stiens, Neil O'Connor, Tim Serey, Paul Barvvick, Tom Waldron. SENIORS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANNUAL SUCCESS Blood, sweat, tears, temper, and plenty of i details go into the make up of a yearbook. The entire senior class can take blame or praise for this yearbook, tor it was their co- operation and interest in the annual that made such a large and colorful volume possible. The staff apologizes to Fr. Stang tor per- haps stretching his generous permissions to almost the breaking point, to the taculty tor constant interruptions to their classes, to the students who have been misidentified, and to illllr Gratsch tor occasional disagreements on matters of editorial policy. VVe're finished-and we're glad. Q! Q"' nnv-v- naman insular STN is is A zf NE5?5E53 wwmunmamqg nnnunggi wtwmswumam 48000111 wllllunw-wan nagging i M H m Q. 4' 2 at F Xa. Q1 ti 2 Q x 5 s 3 5 g,.,i fy 1. W, if t ' - 1 it -Q i . 5 . i i 1 Q M s 1... iii . 9 'Q i 1 A.. 4 .,,, 4 L .. i ...ww . ff fi f The annual staff is Hard at work determining who is going to write the Athletic department article. 85 CHESS CLUB lr L',' I M J,f xt' Chess Club members are, First row: G. Bohrnan, J. Fettig, Fr. Strittmatter, R. Molique, W. Clyde. Second row: M. Flanigan, J. Renner, S. Hausladen, J. Kenkel, J. Weinkam. Third row: W. Hausladen, T. Price, A. Edelmann, R. Auel. CHESSMEN MOVE Chessmen, under the direction ot Father Lawrence Strittmatter, played in six matches, winning three and tieing one. The chess club is an organization formed to provide constructive recreation on an intellectual level. The club is open to students ot all classes, and will provide instructions tor novices. Q. Siegfried Hausladen, Bob Auel, and Bolo Nlolique indulge in the chess club's favorite pastime. 86 -an Fr. Striltmatter points out an intricate move to Gary Bohman CHEMISTRY CLUB Always one of the more popular activities, these future chemists learn by actually doing. Under the watchful eye of Father Herbert Witte, activities and experiments were even more expanded this year in our new laboratory. Tony Carle watches his still intently. D. Buschur weighs some Potassium Nitrate. Front row, left to right: L. Veneman, T. Finley, J. Block, G. Williamson, R. Grawe, J, lmholte, Fr. Herbert Witte, R. Schwab, A. Klosterman J. Braun, R. Cunningham, T. Grove, M, Threm, J. Hertz. Second row: J. Seiber, R. Barry, A. Pantle, A. Gallo, A. Augustine, D. Gunter T. Rosfelder, D. Birkenheuer, J. Dumont, J. Keiner. T. Jansing. Back row: A. Jaisle, K. Schachleiter, J. Engel, M. Brosnan, J. Hursting, J Theiman, P. Barwick, L. Groen, R. Berte, K. Neiheisal, R. Gruelich, T. Price, C. Cirrincione, L. Kreimer, J. Sohmer, D. Fortmann, J. Kathmart J. Weinkham, P. Meehan, 87 2 F 39 f -x 5 L if 3 5 or I i :Q '- , is Public Relations Club members are: Front row, left to right: Nl. Quinn, S. Hausladen, Fr. Lawrence Strittmatter, G. Schroeder, W. Eisenacher. Back row: Ned Lautenbach, J, Kenlcel, J. Stantoh, W. Bruening, C. Wills. J K H ...M..t. ...win . 5 Tom Schlinkert, Fr. Sfrittmatter, Bill Bruening and Clark Wills discuss another great issue of the Purple Quill. PUBLIC RELATIONS CLUB Students, under the moderation of Fr. Lawrence Strittmatter, are charged with handl- ing publicity for Elder High School. Through their efforts, at least 70 non-sport notices have appeared in the daily papers and the Catholic Telegraph Register. Their most ambitious proiect this year was the special supplement to the diocesan paper, published at the time the new wing was ded- icated. The public relations department works in close cooperation with the Quill Staff and the camera club. 89 CAMERA CLUB Photography, one of the most popular activities among Elder students, is a hobby demanding accuracy, patience, and a desire for perfection. These are the primary goals of the camera club in addition to supplying pictures for school publications. Senior Walt Hausladen and Freshman Jerry Wolter developed into outstanding school-boy cameramen. Father Thomas Duesing is moderator of the club. "Be sure to have film in the camera and a good bulb," Father Strittmatter says to W Walt Hausladen. S. Hausladen at the new enlarger, Camera Club members are, left to right, Front row: R. Feist, T. Hurlander, J. Fiedlers, Fr. Tom Duesing, T. Steele, J. McNamee, R. Auel, J Rahe. Middle row: T. Robinson, R. Carrigan, S, Hausladen, G. Wolter, F. Bertram, J. Kellison, A. Hahn, D. Meyers. Back row: T. Keller, J Shields, H. Boeing, H. Deitsch, D. Westerkamp, C, Hotchkiss, L. Kreimer, W. Hausladen, T. Vance, R. Delfendahl, C. Rizzo. 90 1 I CTI VITIES COMMITTEE sc. - we-A f Front row, left to right: K. Graves, J. Hursting, P. Me-ehan,VD. Geiser, Fr. A. Bischoff, Fr. R. Putnick, T. Schroot, T. Hays, M. Wuest, R. Solomon. Back row: T. Schlinkert, P. Batwick, M. Jacobs, T. Stiens, J. Collins, J. Rahe, F. Davis, T. Waldron, N. O'Connor J. Depenbrock, J. Berninger, J. Seibert, J. Merkhoter. ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE RUNS PEP-RALLIES Active is the word for members ot the activities committee-decorating goal posts, painting posters, running dances, supervising pep rallies, and arrang- ing assemblies. Under the direction of Fr. Putnick and Fr. Bis- chott, the activities committee sponsored some of The best rallies seen at the Panther lair for years. Wegman, Ruess, and Gutekunst decorated the goal posts during The football season. 9I SOCIAL LIFE Notice the pleasant expressions ot the upperclassmen seen at the Junior Dance after the mid-year examinations. The Nlidnighters provided the music for this sold-out Lynch accepts Hassett's ticket at the Junior dance A happy group seated in a corner ot the Fenwick Club. What would high school days be vvith- Dance at the Pavillon Caprice, the 'Junior out proms, victory olances,' and after- Dance at the Fenwick club. The pictures football game "trots?" The Prorn vvas on these tvvo pages vvere made at the held at the Topper Club, the Victory Junior dance, last January. DANCES WERE ALMOST AS POPULAR AS FOOTBALL 92 event, The dances were all very crowded but strangely, no one really seemed To mind. Only the least courageous sir out the bunny-hop PURPLE QUILL l 5 Seated around the table, left to right: Tom Schlinkert, Joe Seibert, Ron Schmerber, Neil O'Connor, Tom Tromey, Paul Barwick, Tom Stien John Neyer, Pete Rebold, Bob Bessler, Tom Waldron. NEW LIFE FOR PURPLE QUILL With the introduction of Journalism as a one- halt credit course, the school newspaper published ten issues during the year. Paul Barvvick was editor of the Quill, Tom Schlinkert and Tom Waldron were Associate Edi- tors, Neil O'Connor was Feature Editor, Joe Seibert was Sports Editor, and Tom Stiens was Business Manager. Membership on the Purple Quill Staff is open to Juniors and Seniors upon recommendation of their English teachers. , 6. .az - f W., ,lls ,r , ,,, ,rss . E ., ,r Sports Editor Joe Seibert needs the gun for self protection ,ff ,ff - . . , . . Q 'H when interviewing in the athletic office. ",,.f' i im. n 94 St LIBRARY 1 iiiiifge Left to right, Front row: Fr. Bischoff, Fr. Buening, Tom Tromey, Clark Wills. Back -row: Clay Beekley, John Mullins, .lay Depenbrock, Harry Seurkamp, Roger Zimmerman. ,Ai f " ., M' if NEW LIBRARY OPENS Several hundred books were added to the 3500 volume library with the move into new facilities last tall. Father Robert Buening is in charge of the library which is available for reference work to every Elder student. Fr. Buening shows the fine points of book discovery to J. Mullins, and R, Sunderman, Y mg. .fgrrg if CATHOLIC STUDENTS MISSION CRUSADE Active members of the Catholic Students' Mission Crusade, R. Seibert, G. Bachman, R. Asimus, L. Groen, J. Block, and'J. Lambert study an issue of the Shield, C.S.M.C. publication. 96 C.S.M.C. STUDIES SOUTH AMERICA Trips to the Trappist Monastery at Gethsemani, Kentucky, raising funds for the African Missions, supervising the retreat for the student body are just part of the activity of the Catholic Students' Mission Crusade members-under the direction ot Fr. Stanley Luehrmann. Every student in the school is a member of the organization which has for its purpose prayer, vvork, and study for the missions. Fr. Luehrmann, P. Hurst, and T, Downling look at a map of South America, the country which the C.S.M.C. studies this year in preparation for the National Convention at Notre Dame. STADIUM USHERS Front row, left to right: W. Wiesner, G. Kessler, S. Vednarczy, J. Mallard, F. Welch, T. Stock, R. Strothman, T. Goedl, D. Hoerst, D. Louis, M. Collins, R. Kohler, E. Hinton, F. Haas. Back row: E. Blake, G. Whitehead, G. Body, C. Clausing, J. Schroeder, L. Maifeld, H. Stoeberl, D. Westerkamp, R. Gerwel, W. Bonapfel, G, Mentrup, W. Tracy, H. Martini, R. Cushing. USHERS, DECORATORS ADD TO WINNING SEASON Stadium Ushers, under the direction of Mr. William events. Kolkmeyer, maintain discipline, sell programs, take The poster club, with fresh bloodeol moderators, tickets, and see to the smooth running of football con- saw to the decoration of goal posts, the erection of tests. Our unavvareness of their presence is a tribute a "Panther" above the scoreboard, and to vastly im- to their efficient running of Elder sponsored sporting proved posters to arouse spirit in the student body. Posrsn CLUB 4. Front row, left to right: B. Wilkinson, M. Jacobs, J. Hursting, J. Block, Fr. Edward Rudemiller, Fr. Robert Hasselhoff, J. Thieman, C. Muckerheide, T. Serey, W. Pitchford, A. Bode. Second row: P. Meehan, R. Reuss, C. Tepe, K. Abrams, J. Flanigan, R. Ludwig. Back row: J, Sohmer, R. Greiner, H. Green, R. Berte, T. Seger, J. Wegman. 97 SCIENCE COMPETITION EXPERIMENTERS RANK IN SCIENCE FAIRS Thirty-eight budding scientists from Elder, an unprecedented number, took part in science tairs sponsored by the Triple AC Science clubs ot Cin- cinnati and by the Cincinnati Engineering Society. Freshman Jerry Wolter took first place with his general science exhibit illustrating the new theory ot color ot Edwin Land. Senior Walt Hausladen took third place in botany with his display of paper chromatography. Father Francis Sahlfeld, physics department head, was chosen President ot the Triple AC science clubs, a federation ot science students through-out the Archdiocese ot Cincinnati. Ken Neal and Bob Kirkland display synthetic soaps and inks tor General Science. Bob Corrigan and Jim Nolte built a model oil well for their exhibit. 98 Jerry Wolter snows Helmut Stoeberl his award winning color exhibit at the scienc ' e fair. Schuerman and Schroeder explain principles of refrigeration rl Garbett, who was not a part of this display. Larry Faith and John Driggers separated elements ot mixtures by fractional distillation. Walter Hausladen took third prize in Botany with his color chromatography exhibit. Bob Roncher exhibited Newton's third law of motion at the Science Fair. Matt Giwer and Larry Dreyer built an induction coil to illustrate Lenz's law. John Block rated a superior in physics with his display of electrophoresis. l Y Mr. Wilfred Pavely of the Cincinnati Gas 8. Electric company views the display of J. Borcherding and T. Neiheisel. Earl Pitstick displays headphones for wireless listening to T.V. SPIRITUAL LIFE l School closes for the Christmas holidays with a "triduum" for our parents-a Christmas gift of three days of prayer for their intention. OUR ENTIRE EDUCATION IS GOD-ORIENTATED Starting each class with a prayer, daily Religion classes, instruction in natural sciences with a view towards the supernatural, teach us that our faith is not a Sunday pastime but a full time occupation. Religion classes treat in detail every facet of our faith, lay a firm foundation of knowledge for a con- structive, useful Christian life. Annual retreats provide for spiritual refreshment, I00 "Cadets for Christ" supply Seniors with personal guid- ance in their quest for sanctification. The school year opens and closes with our presence at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Elder was founded because our parents believed that education without God is no education at all. Education at Elder is God- centered. REV. ROBERT ERPENBECK S. J. Retreat Master The Dedication Cross, presented by former faculty members, REV. ROBERT KOCH 5- J- is a constant reminder of the purpose of our Education. RGTVQBT M6516-I' "Cadets for Christ," under the direction of Father William Sicking, provide Seniors with vocational guidance and an opportunity tor individual help in their quest for personal sanctification. ELDER Hl-LITES 1960 Members of the dancing staff for the Revue John Block, Mary Ann Maupin, Sue Plage- Janice Luebbe, David Westerkamp, Kathy are, first row, left to right: Patty Clevenger man.. Back row: Mike Lenz, Jackie Geis, Dresmann, Bob Hennekes, Sharon Kovacks Earl iehkamp, Terry' Ann Voss, Judy Sand- Bolo Barry, Mary J. Austing, Martin Weber, Mike Gehring, Judy Moore. man, Mike Crowe, Diane Baloin, Pat White, MUSIC SHOPS COMPETE IN 1960 HI-LITES Competing music shops was the theme ot the 1960 edition of Elder Hi-Lites held at Seton Auditorium in May. Tom Waldron played Murphy, the owner of the irish Music Shop, David Geiser played Schneider, the owner of the German Music Shop. With a cast of 72, the musical revue played to packed houses May 21, 22, and 23. Girls from Seton and Mercy High Schools ioined to take active parts in the chorus and dancing teams. Under the direction ot Mr. Lee Trauth and Father Stephen Calme, the revue was written and arranged by Mr. Trauth. Mrs. LaVonne Maloney took charge of costumes. Joan Walsh, Vicki Braddick, and Mary Jo Neidhard rehearse their soft-shoe presentation for the variety show. I02 it iic. J "Singers" in the revue are, seated, left to right: W. Eiseneche D. Richert, L. Tepe, J. Stenger, T. Austing. Standing: D. Bockenstettf J. Flanigan, J. Hassett, M. Halpin, T. Schwarber. Earl and Debbie Lehkamp sfoie The show wi1h their "iifterbug" performance. 'Www-1Q....,,. in vi' Wm : ! . -...msn "i Mr. Trauth directs a rehearsal for The singers and orchestra, Pracfice for The revue began in February-Three nights a week uniil May. I03 ,ww Judy Miller, Jackie Casselmari, and Carol Kron rehearse with Mr. Shirley Weaver, Mary Duesing, and Carol Duesing sang a bouncy Trauih af The piano. "Goodie-Goodief' The German Waltz was one of the most popular presenialions by the "German Music Shop" owned by "Herr Schneider," played by David Geiser. IOS Q1 f"'r'm A ' ' -fw5f' 1 5 . Ss. fr at 43 3 . i t s a. r l Es 2 2 il .Lai Cast of the Elder-Mercy play, "Murder Takes a Veil," includes, first row, left to right: Kay Baumgartner, Joan Sucher, Alice Long, Bev. MacDonald, Gayle Felix, and Barb Whitaker. Second row: Elaine Burns, Roberta Tenbrinlc, Diane Augner, Lynne ELDER - MERCY PLAYERS PRESENT Playing to packed houses Sunday and Monday, April 24 and 25, the Elder Mercy players presented "Murder Takes a Veil," a three act comedy by Margaret Ann Hubbard. Under the direction of Father Robert Putnick ot Elder, and Sister Mary Carlos from Mercy High School, the play's setting takes place in a school for girls. l06 f! 2 A -A , l . 7 ii A k , , X is ' . A M om Schneider, Phyllis FoersTch, Sue Roedig. Back row: Richard Solomon, Joe SeiberT, Tom Waldron, Charles Cll'l'lfTCiOf1e, Ken Schachleirer, Mike Crowe. "MURDER TAKES A VEii." One of The girls realizes Thai' a newly hired male Teacher, among several Teaching aT The school, is her faTher's murderer. The plof Thickens and merrimenT becomes hilarious when she realizes Thai This man is now Trying To kill her. The only problem is-which of The newly hired male Teachers is The culpriT? rr .ITS ,X gl 11, ex y- :gs - ' '- A sl .4 I -s, ,- y i K kiig zmik -, - 1531.1 55 ' sw ir. 1.54 " -, . ,, ii A. W "Trillium," played by Alice Long, gets a working over from Three of the male Teachers at the girls' school sewing for "Murder Takes A Veil." "Male Teachersm are Tom Waldron, Mike Crowe, and Joe Seiberf. rl., L Sister Mary Carlos, co-director of the play, meets with ihe cast aT The Sheriff and his daugh1er-Charles Cirrincione and Bev rehearsal, NlaCDOr1ald. IO9 , Q UNDERCLASSMEN '-' ' 'K ,rw .f -, ff111v'f'- iw "'f-W-' '--'www v--X--"z", 1--aww-sehr-4 .. v., ,. V, , , ...W , , Jr..1,V141- -1' ' GATEWA YS TO . OPPORTUNITY, PATHWAYS TO LEARNING . . . DID LIFE REALLY BEGIN AT 2:45? The Saint Lawrence entrance-our least used. Entrance to Elder from lliff Avenue l Many pass through these gates 1500 times to obtain a Catholic High School education. Row 1: R. Altgiibers, T. Apke, T. Austing, J. Baier, J. Bast, P. Beck, R. Beck, L. Becker. Row 2: R. Becker, C. Beekley, J. Behrens, D. Belbot, R. Belcher, T. Bennett, D. Berning, R. Berninger. Row 3: J. Bertsch, E. Bewanger, R. Bessler, E. Bierman, T. Bley, J. Bockenstette, G. Bode, M. Bohman. Row 4: D. Boller, J. Borcherding, E. Borgemenke, F. Bosken, L.,Bossman, R. Brabender, T. Brafford, G. Braunstein. Row 5: T. Brennan, L. Bross, M. Brown, R. Brown, W. Bruening, D. Buelterrnan, W. Buelterman, T. Bushman. Row 6: J. Carter, T. Casey, R. Christen, W. Christen- sen, W. Clark, M. Corcoran, R. Cranert, J. Cummings. Row 7: T. Cupito, J. Dickman, J. Diers, A. Doertlein, D. Doerflein, R. Doerger, T. Donahue, J. Donahue. Row 8: J. Doran, J. Dreyer, J. Driggers, R. Duggins, L. Eichold, W. Eisenecher, H. Elsaesser, R. Engerhardt. Row 9: T. Espelage, R. Essen, L. Faeth, J. Farrell, J. Finley, D. Fischer, D. Fischesser, D. Fitzgibbon. II2 JEL' Q -0- "mi wg-1 ' -I 1 a. fn ..f.... A-N - if ,..--::.1,, :.' 2' 43 5 1:15 A ,X an iff' if 'f fb' fav: f 4 Si K if 1 we 2 , ., Q, - K - K , W Q . V A """- g 25551 ,Q is ww. V. fi F ,mug " W vi is ix ,Q :vu cz M! - ' 11 ' Wi T f A gy I L YQ '. ?r -E 1 L E5 a w , nw T W' 1 X A A XA f ML 3- ' f 5' SQA gmq Q. h . Q :L 1 Y VL.L i 6 fav 'xx ,i 8 V 'Q J, 3 nfl? ,acl g,,,f: n , 1"""x T ' M M.. N g C 'nr 9 J K gg. ff ,kk f kk', , , K A- K an ,jf f "W 1 J V f AL AI . if "1'f',f fmfl- me 'mi M Si 4' A 5 lm ,a QI Q 52 e Q Q UQ' mari ff 9 43' 1.7 Q. t -Q Q , lv if f I FAN .,,,, Liv 3' ' 2 -air is Wx 5 1? XA, , II3 'H A QW Q i ifs km? L. N 9 H LL V' w PRAYER IS AN IMPORTANT PART OF SCHOOL Welch, Hendy, Berninger, Austing look sad after leaving Fr. Ber1ke's class. Month of the Holy Rosary celebrated by students. -.W ,,,- .V it iff 1 '21 1.657512 WE NEEDED PRAYER TO GET THROUGH SOME OF THE CLASSES D. Davis, M. Huth, S. Hausladen, E. Oloeriohann, make good use of noon period. l l S i I . l 1 l l l Fr. Strittmatter directs prayers of Latin scholars. Row l: J. Flanigan, R. Flannery, T. Flynn, R. Fosnot, J. Fox, D: Frank, W. Franke, D. Franklin. Row 2: E. Franks, J. Frede, J. Frederick, A. Garbett, M. Gehring, W. Gildea, J. Gillming, J. Godfrey. Row 3: K. Goettke, R. Goettke, R. Gravett, A. Grote, K. Grothaus, L, Gundrum, R. Gunn, D. Haas. Row 4: F. Haas, J. Haplin, G. Halpin, M. Halpin, J. Hanekamp, W. Hargreaves, J. Hassett, J. Hater. Row 5: R. Hauck, G. Haus- man, D. Hayes, T. Hays, M. Heavey, D. Hebauf, C. Heckman, D. Hendy. Row 6: H. Hendy, R. Hennekes, W. Herman, R. Herron, T. Herzog, D. Hessdoerter, B. Hester, R. Hewald. Row 7: T. Heyob, N. Hilgeforf, G. Hilvert, P. Hock, D. Hoetker, W. Holtel, C. Hotchkiss, K. Humpert. l Row 8: M. Hust, R. Huth, J. Jaehnen, J. Jennings, R. Johnson, R. Jones, G. Jostvvorth, K. Jostworth. Row 9: C. Kaeser, J. Kaeser, T. Kahle, N. Kaiser, J. Kallmeyer, T. Keller, J. Kelly, T. Kenney. l I4 urs i CLASS OF '61 W M , Q ,l ,Q 3 V ,L l A S few 'Q' 3 i J 33' 0 I 'mg V lv an n L l " M' 'Q i? 'K' L . xr., 6 'S W X a i b:?b Q ig " ', ' V V l T L a .,h! fi i ,g , ' S A :AI g 2311! ...x QS, ' H 1"",,i" gs Wi., ff W A in ig , 1 3' :,. ,.,b 2 uzl u 5: mf, 7LVlh Q . f,, , :Zi V T f,?s f 5 K Q an P F Z if R 5' Q if "L 3 5 Q 2 X Ks ex k rx 11 LK L Af . 1 . A ..4 ' I Y. 1 X M-ff , 1' K f ' Y g 2 5 Jw FL fm,f: l'4 fflgg Q Q 613 gg' 3 g i f-w .ti S an ,AQi. .fu A ' L ,,-..V gf Q K rl 11 ' 5 , I ik, ig 4. ix I I w K A N i J ikpvsfi? ii , A-ff f wa- 'X rf 19 l " 'wg' Q J e" 'Ze Q--A ' . "" ,Ak y 1 'hi ,QL 'Q 1 1' t ik' ,ml K ,Q k fix 5 Q GZ 3 W 5 Q P kk Q i ff' h 2 'X ' K 3? px ' A. AM if K 1 f 1 4. I ll a. QL if iq' !!i 5S fx Vg gk g gt, 1,1 JA KA gg, ,ai 5 4 dd I . i F57 ff ml ll II5 BRAND NEW LOCKERS WERE STILL NOT BIG ENOUGH . . . MANY OF THE FACULTY COLLECTED LOCKS FOR A HOBBY. Elder's freshmen get first glimpse of spacious lockers. Freshman, Ray Fay, attempts new lock combination. ' That is the way the cookie crumbled for Earl Lehkamp and Bill Robbe. . . erei ' M -. A .L M--' " e'e.a.."1f.f f -:fl ...M Row l: G. Kessler, R. Kindt, J. King, G. Kirschner, J. Kleintank, T. Klingenbeck, R. Klosterman, M. Klusman, Row 2: D. Kneipp, T. Knopp, P. Knue, R. Kohake, J. Kohls, G. Kolks, E. Korb, D. Kreimer. Row 3: R. Kroeger, D. Kroger, T. LaFleur, C. LeCount, G. Lee, P. Lipps, J. Logan P, Luckey. Row 4: M. Lynch, J. Lynn, J. Macke, R. Martin, J. Martini, L. Martini, R. Mathews, L. McCarthy. Row 5: W. McGowan, T. McGrath, D. McKinney, L. Meinhardt, W. Menkhaus, R. Metz, F. Meyer, J. Middendorf. Row 6: R. Midclendorf, E. Miller, G. Miller, P. Minning, H. Moeller, P. Mohrhaus, A. Molique, R. Mollner, Row 7: S. Morano, T. Mueller, M. Mulcahy, J. Mullins, D. Murnan, J. Murray, R. Neiheisel, T. Neiheisel. Row 8: J. Neyer, D. Niehaus J. Novotni, T. O'Brien, L. Ohmer, D. O'Mara, W. O'Rourke, L, Ottaway. ROW 9: J. Peaker, P. Pecloto, T. Pfliegel, E. Pinger, E. Pitstick, R. Plagge, J. Powell, J. Powell. II6 CLASS OF '61 IN, K nf .ff rlhtfitti h 4. 'F v 1-+h1flKr L Q I y w N ll. Y. - 1,-vie W 1 -3 , kk h I I H H t V T r ew I1 tcm'-'J Lf- L 5-.Q ' fa :ff ff Q"' 'E' 1, I 'P+ 5 'N EMM kmlg., Ai , f miss' Ml M A 'rf 43925 'Q ?:3,.,,'M T4 1 jg eb ' H- A l i J1'-4 Ql A A f Y'-Q. 3 T if 'IL Q: Ng C Z 'au Q. if K ik IIA Q-hx L. Q1 ,Lg Y, ou -Q, S. . if lg li K S3 Qi nag, fn. xg 1 f egg. Q V Q X or J 1 K 5473 2, 'Q' W' ii E HALLS RESOUNDED WITH TUMULT OF ACTIVITIY J EVERYONE SEEMED ro BE some IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS SIMULTANEOUSLY 4 l An orderly change of classes in our spacious halls. Hope a fire doesn't break out! So what's so intriguing about a locker??? f- E -J ,-,,.,, - ,.., ....1,..,,. .,,,. ., ..,,..,,,.., . ,,-,, .f.-...S 2 . ,.,, ....s,...f, A. ..,. ,,k. ....,,...,,,,..,,,,,,.,., .. ,,..,.,,..,..,. . ' ff--g,,:z,ff, ':v1,5s1.1z - ff mi- 111- :fw:s...f. 'f,':ff::z,.:2..sPz..f: ff I-wiiii 1-1" by ws...---.Q f 1 .f fwwf- - -f 1. 'ff:iv,rv,- ' ' fi ssfgszg 2' ' -f .521 - ' - fimsfw- ,WWF-' f f' - f ".-'siezssm ' . -sffuszir. 'fe 21-sifsfffiisr f Row i: R. Prost, L. Raterman, M. Reardon, P. Rebold, R. Reckers, M. Reinert, L. Reiring, E. Reisinger, Row 2: C. Renneker, AD. Rickert, H Robben, R. Roberts, L. Rogers, T. Rogers, R. Roncker, J. Roney. Rovv 3: R. Rosenfeld, T. Rowekamp, J. Ruwe, J. Saalfeld, R. Sahnd, W Saupe, T. Schaaf, R. Schaefer. Row 4: R. Schaible, L. Scheidt, R. Scherer, D. Schmerber, R. Schmerber, N. Schmid, W. Schmidt, C. Schneider Row 5: J. Schneider, F. Schnieders, L. Schoenung, J. Scholle, D. Schonhott, R. Schrand, G. Schroeder, D. Schuerman. Row 6: B. Schultz J. Schultz, T. Schwarber, R. Selby, J. Setters, H. Seurkamp, T. Sheldon, J. Shields. Row 7: J. Simon, J, Skelly, C. Smith, D. Smith, D. Spencer T. Spitzmueller, E. Stanton, J. Stanton. Row 8: R. Steinbeck, J. Steinker, G. Stenger, L. Stenger, R. Stevens, H. Stowe, S. Streicher, D Stricker, Row 9: W. Strothman, G. Suder W. Sullivan, R. Sunderman, S, Tensi, L. Tepe, G. Theobald, O. Thompson. II8 1 4 CLASS OF '61 'f - 5, A.v': ' LV . A V A S :. . gl K 7 , K fl 43 ,Q 6 , - 2" W ' ' YJ! V li Qzr ,Q :ag :,..,W Q X13 +1 K1 Q if! s sf, Y 'af Y fi :ar M 3 as 231525. -Mu Q rl wig - f , E F 3.23 gg. H 'hw Q 5 ' 'S fm ' 4 f W . , t ., ' - ' .rw ' 'al I 14 , ' airy.,-H 4 ,j V ' H, ,QI .. ' F , L ,J 4 X L k xy ,V 7 xi mx Q :"' Z g .. ::V 5 .f-fy E- "6 5 M M L 'sf Ax' f --Q .,, - Q. J iM " vi 5 1 Q x cf ff W g ig ig . ,I E :Q ' .--. "5-L9 - "' A Las G' L"- ' I my 5 Q .,, A , , A JA A. 11 M I ,.,, up -W 4 Q 'A 'S ,ww 95 "'.."?'g2' ig' "' ' A ff Q' Q ,H , ,. xk- -4 " ' ' .Q , q b V A I 1 4:5 A f ..,,: L E ,Q . - . N Kv., 7, J , , f , A V V ,V I I , I wwf- . K K -Q ' VF.k x , 584, ' gx gr Q K K' ,C df I ' gn Y 3 '- I k .- A I A 'H Q iw K . g "" i , A 5 2 5 , f f " m'W' A 'Km'Ak, Y ' M "V 5+-1 iff Q 'f 1 ' "WN" iff.,S7i H 'C 3 1- ' in A' 6 an Ah Q 1 'H' 9 W X R -or f xi V ,,, , , wh 'bf JI if K , 3 , Q1 A VQPQ gf- Q W J as 3 A ,, Q if Q Q , 9 '24 Aww' F,-an f. w,.f 'WX W Al '.": I A as an.. f W f" " "'f f' , Q 'IX ' t . a 5 E II9 CROWDS AT FOOT- BALL GAMES BROKE RECORDS . . . WE ENJOYED OUR BEST SEASON SINCE '54 I , k,,is 4, HN1.,a-sw Crowd leaves iammecl siands and sfarfs up jammed stairs. Record-breaking crowd leaves affer victorious Elder game 1 ' ' V,.V 1 Y 3 Crowded stands break into The fight song after an Elder Touchdown. l2O CLASS OF '61 T. Treiner J. Troehler T. Tromey T. Turner F. Umberg T. Vance K. Voelker H. Vioghr ff S RING 's 4, Y 2 'fu I' Q i A "-" P R 1, - Q PS' 42' , li 1"!"s' fc' .1 'rip I i f W Q i' 'B' :V I' ' 4' I --.. fl A i 'Y' R ':A.. i R R 2 1 'P' V ix , ' ' A 7' w -"- Cf' lx Q 3 :,. . L A Vorherr ' f I K f My Qi , N , ' I Wahl i Yi A I ' 1 .- V 'A I Welgand ii is Welsh ' Vx A ' ' " le Wernke ' f ' W. lk K 35 we, Westendorf A Westerkamp . A 14 , Q .H W'llenborg ' ':,' iii ' ,,, ml! F A. V' Wills A ,yhh f M ,4 5 . H i gggf A windrow bl , s Wine cl fy, A . ': , Wine ' ' qmg '-"'- ' li ' A W A , ' ,Q A :'A , fx V W d g Wollering Wright Wurtz Wurtz Wurtz Zimmerman Q fm-ml-ff f 5 , S ri A A it A J 71.7 l may. A- Q K - " 'Cir WE WERE ALWAYS PROUD OF OUR BAND Practice makes perfecl-"Lee Trau1h" Bedinghaus and Coleman sidelined with iniuries. Band snaps into formaiion in IO degree weather. fi A ACCELERATED SCIENCE COURSES WERE AUGMENTED WITH NEW LABORATORIES . . . EVERYTHING FROM HAMSTERS TO OSCILLOSCOPES. "How long is it going to take to ferment, Father?" e . ?L 4. Top biology student stretches near windows. Fr. Sahlfeld helps J. Neyer with a knotty physics problem: "Here's the right page." -3 Rovv 7: H. Ackerman,-R. Aichele, D. Aisenbrey, T, Amman, R. Anderson, R. Asimus, D. Aug, G. Bachman. Row 2: J. Backs, P. Backscheider, W. Bardua, W. Barry, R. Bauer, J. Bazeley, R. Beasley, R. Beck. Row 3: J. Benzinger, W. Berra, R. Bethel, T. Biedenharn, E. Blake, P. Block, R. Bode, H. Boeing. Row 4: W. Boller, W. Bonapfel, J. Bono, R. Booth, M. Brady, D. Braun, K. Brewer, M. Brinker. Row 5: J. Brofff, D. Brooks, W. Burns, D. Buchanan, R. Buchert, M. Burke, T. Burnside. Row 6: R. Busch, J. Cafeo, J. Cain, E. Cappel, E. Carmosino, W. Carter, T. Cavanaugh, W. Chapman. Row 7: D. Childs, J. Ciampone, C. Clausing, W. Clyde, J. Collins, M. Collins, P. Conners, D. Cook. Row 8: W. Cook, J. Corcoran, J. Cross, R. Cushing, D. Daly, J. Dattilo, C. Davis, D. Davis. Row 9: P. Davis, C. Deitsch, R. Derrick, J. Destefano, J. Detzel, R. DiMuzio, R. Dirksing, P. Doherty. I22 1 S RIN S CLASS OF '62 5,311 'M ? 5 ' hh -gg- R 'X gf eg 3- K ., Y +V S inf . A . 'R Nw df X , nr' X 1 e , - if V' M. New 'H 5 W 55 11: . , ' 1 1fw? 1S5i!'f '- Q , ' ' '5'7'."r, ig.: fan ' fx QQ KL 'H 1. ns-zf . 'i- Q J 45, if . -LIL i ?f?' 2 W! X 4:3 x 5 'UG 1, X X 13 5525525 11 4 Y K 1 QE: , ,,,Q3i,, Z' ,Q "iii ' L ml , , us. 1, if Mg! D' ,..A Mx ,E I W awe? K F A .ig it Ach f ,xx ,A E fa Am. U fax, g , 8 , K .. all : . 4 sw um f 'X Q S If V 2, 'JHHM .. K' Q . , i. E sb M an M Q 'Wim I Win ' .5 . h A gf' A W 7 i. "'5"' 1 1 F5 Y Lf: 51" . 'U 1 ,,-:, 'lg , gk' , ff X Vx X 12, an W' 1 'Q Y wil - zgsgiiwf '::-- K g g Q '5"ff f' f ' "': , 2" HP A -1,' ' A '55, :,' -QA+ L' i': ' , .zg 4 5 ,E A.,,. T 3 1 E V X I Vxk- - 'zsi'1.1:'5lf-'-- f Q Li.. W :J y :R f 'H L -2,311-, f--f wk '5 ' V Q, , ,E Q , ,. 3, . if 4? nf 1 ,I f:' ' Ls ,jen - .1 V. ,g i , ff- , ' 3' f f Sk' L Q - gif 4 "- G , .V A 371 ul' f " K ,. W X K W 12,,' 1 5, .5 32, : 4m,.f 5 I n L I I li. - : .... A ' ' V -Q 2' V'E'fW it f M ,v.V "Az X 'V t 5 ,-KL f' w 1 l xx X. .4 - 'ff - K 24 I V 5 1 A f 'fs Q F nw ff lnl ,x X L X i A A In A Q we we WE SCA TTERED OVER -2 AT THE LAST BELL , . . . Homswomc - Joss - , , RECREATION WERE ALL A PART OF K GROWING-UP. 'i -u lt's peaceful now, but iust wait a couple minutes. 5 is 2. 3 E. Q. Q. 2 5 Q :Q S .., ,. :Y K t K et i 5. .1 lt' E. E is Si ? il. 2 With sad faces and slow steps the Elder students force Ha! Hal Wait till Fr. Gruber finds out. themselves To go home. Jfgiwwffm --sf::Ffsfir1f::zWWmfJ.cJ'iw wnrwwyavxgw.H-vw:....f Q.: 1,455.14 ff ::tp:.,,,. U.,,.5.,Wf.,fy4W,,f+s was ff -sf f www: aim:-fwfwwwf ::..,, wx: fx vm frvyffrzwyfwvmyfwlz:shwiayjaifffmgrmm Je'-mffwsrr sf-A,"L Row 7: R. Drennan, D. Dressler, J. Duffy, R. Early, A. Eclelmann, C. Edrich, A. Egloff, W. Essen. Row 2: M. Fanning, J. Farlow, D. Farwick, W. Fay, R. Feist, R. Fenneman, T. Fern, J. Fischer. Row 3: T. Flanagan, M.Flanigan, W. Fliehman, J. Forrester, T. Frondorf, R. Gasclorf, R. Gaskins, G. Geisz. Row 4: R. Gerwel, C. Gilardi, T. Goedl, M. Grace, L. Grahl, F. Guck, T. Haarrneyer, R. Hafner. Row 5: H. Hamberger, D. Hartig, S. Hausladen, J. Heffernan, T. Hilvers, E. Hinton, R. Hodgeman, R. Hogue. Row 6: R. Holtman, T. Huellemeier, R. Hurlander, C. Huth, J, Iles, B, Jansen, L. Janson, D. Jasper. Row 7: D. Jung, M. Junker, M. Kahsar, J. Kamp, T. Kathrnan, R. Keck, J. Keiser, W. Kellerman. Row 8: M. Kelly, R. Kemem, G. Kendall, J. Kenkel, R. Killinger, E, King, R, Klug, T. Klug. Row 9: R. Knarr, J. Kneipp, M. Kolleck, G. Kosse, L. Kotz, J. Kotzbauer, G. Krabbe, J. Kreinest. l l24 Q. :R THE WESTERN HILLS af S RING 6's CLASS OF '62 Hg 2, .,'b - K H :A 7gqZkt'3?'wli' ,g if f fc' R' Em m"Y z 1 . f k ff . Q M-1-'ff ' SN ,, h .., Q-ir V kb V wi 3 A fx i"'f"' W ig' 1 fw f wr. Eg W W . ,X N , V ,:N,,, . 1,5 , ln :am ix A, A ' 4 if ' ' -x l m ,1,' -' K i M wkgfdammi' I nj sf' . K ia me ' sg g 7 1 K . W -Q ir , , 55 ff, 5" 'Sf we-E., 6 e ,, I W, , ":V 'ww ,1Q..,. ""1 57 'QU 'W i Q . v K - " "': ""'1 pf "PM L 5 "AL ' LLI' f K 'L me 'K ' - 'K 'H Z J! , ,., - 1 S M A II, lg' g f, ie , L-, 1 ,, 1. '- -"",-' 5 ' f 7 V . k ' ,,. QIAQ " ' X, '-'V ,IKLQ 'i 1 SN uf 2 W . . " Q- 4 is 1, as,.f,x'9"" 1: W' :::' ..k: I mi' I .,,7 A .,.. . k,k F K krh - K ., . .kkk A nl aw' v, u 'K ' 1 in -fA- y 4 fgff, I ' N xv i ,. Qin g ? Q L, Q va R lA, z L JH ' , 55 ,, as vc, - al, Q , X we A 2 l - Hwy f 4 M W : Im' l 3 .,:,' ',,.. I -f::,,:.---.: l ' f'YbA :., . if ' ' LVVLLV V, A L: H l 1 Y 5 nf A V 15' "' 5? d f g . ' ibk , A I K 1 - :iz , I25 RAFFLE TICKETS WERE ALWAYS POPULAR . . . SO WAS THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. s s E l O, come on, don't be a tightwad. Father, are you really serious? lsn't that a scream. l actually sold some. Row If E. Krekeler, R. Krirnmer, J. Krizsa, E. Kroeger, D. Kuhenbuch, J. Laacke, J. Lattarulo, M. Laub. Row 2: N. Lautenbach, T. Lee, R. Lehan, J. Leitz, W. Lieber, R. Littleman, K. Lobring, E. Long. Row 3: R. Lonneman, M. Lott, D. Louis, T. Luebbe, D. Lutterbei, J. Mardis, H. Martini, L. Masminster. Row 4: J. May, J. May, E. McAllister, M. McAvoy, M. McGranahan, R. McKenna, D. Menkhaus, J. Menkhaus. Row 5: G. Menturp, J. Metsch, A. Meyer, C. Meyer, G. Meyer, P. Meyer, R. Meyer, J. Miller. Row 6: E. Monahan, R. Monnig, R. Monnig, D. Morgan, J. Mueller, D. Myers, L. Nicolai, P. Nienaber. Row 7: M. Oberding, E. Oberiohann, J. O'Neil, D, Otten, A. Pagano, C. Patton, C. Peters, D. Petrosky. Row 8: F. Pizzo, J. Purcell, M. Quinn, G. Quitter, J. Rahe, A. Rauf, W. Ray, J. Reilman. Row 9: W. Reinstatler, J. Renner, K. Renner, M. Richardson, D. Rieder, R. Riesenbeck, R. Ripley, R. Risclw. I26 31. ff RING 6-S CLASS OF '62 .. , Eg , Q ., 6 H U' , 4, JY L, W V' If 2 A . 7 , K Nr- W . ,w sf' ,H Q 4' -ii if K2 gp it gps r 3 i 5 ,, ,, E Y' ' f A r M 3,5 wg Z1 W V. 'SZ N. , ,,ww4:" ,V s, L, 1 fizfw M , 'Rf tv' f A. f V Q . fr F ,he E ?tf'f f .Z a Q.. L- 4 :"51,--- .- 4 -' 55,1 my me 'X' 2' f Q if-I 3 i Sv 'M I I I ff A '11 9 Q' f 'f my iw' 'r 'H 'F' fa ... ' Qs? Rs ? s ,": D v X lk fam? f,, , 'm "' 795 I-13 '53 'E . zf. -I I ,v,: 3 i Z dw ff if 2 Q XEEAKY Q, " gf 5 N ' 'ff f .X ' 'V K 1 6 I V s X - --W: , xi i 1 '41 I k A -mg 'fr if ' El' A ' A l ig ,, w i Q Lvik T 6 xx ix .IV A Q B sn x , 'H ff' . Uv ' L ' ivjl ' J Y 12 'W' 11:-If s ' zz : if ,.,. i n . -K . F7 - , - T ig K h " 1 ' 1:2 I mm" 12521. , AQ 4 gi gl ' .h QA x 3 T .., L . 11 ' 1 if fr 'FK' ' ifswg' --s i -"" W' xi7 ji G an V A I XM . 1 ' sk' V s "' , ' ,. -,A ,-'. . -. ' 4... l , 5 - ,,,, W5 'L' I , 1. V QQ : y T ,'L.,'.'- g I ' 2: 'S Y K A A :,: K -1. 0 L. g ,Q 5' V w , K, + V "E 1 nv L W' ii ami-wr' t M ' :I " , i ' W, 4 3 ff' Q? 3 . . V' ::' "' fy if nk n f ga A I27 ..,,.Q FOND MEMORIES , OF HAPPY ' PREP-SCHOOL DAYS gg "SOME OF THE HOURS AFTER SCHOOL WERE THE LONGEST OF THE DAY" l said that that table had to be spotless before you left here. wif? ,. ms' 3 T . S This is ridiculous. According to these I'll be out of school before l'm out of iug. l l10Pe This lSf1'T 5 Pf0Qn0SilC6Tl0f1- 1 T. if il . ,-,.-,. .sf ,Q ,gsa'.f...,... '.m..,f2 ,. .2 mfs-if f-vet-Else .:1ffgf.s--:- E.-ffzxlfrswi-asiy.-A.-..s..-...Mes . ..T..c ,. , ,1T.,-L. .,TQE -- -,-, . .licircr .,T,. . . ,..c. . . .,LTTk:,,,, ,...TTE -r,, . Row I. R. Risch, C. Rizzo, F. Rizzo, M. Roberts, P. Robinette, T. Robinson, T. Robinson, R. Roedig. Row 2: M. Roltes, F. Rosiello, R. Rudig, D. Ruebusch, P. Ryan, J. Sailer, D. Salamone, L. Sanzone. Row 3: R. Schablein, R. Scheper, G. Scherer, S. Schloemer, D. Schneider, G. Schneider, W. Schneider, T. Schoeny. Row 4: R. Schroeder, J. Schulter, J. Schwab, J. Seher, W. Seibert, T. Sharpe, J. Smith, T. Smith. Row 5: R. Sommer, H. Stehmer, A. Steimle, D. Stenger, D. Stenger, R. Stern, T. Stock, B. Stoll. Row 6: T. Stolze, C. Stone, H. Striet, R. Stroth- man, R. Stuart, P. Sullivan, G. Swis, R. Tenbrink. Row 7: J. Theobald, R. Thein, J. Tomlinson, R. Toschlog, G. Tracy, M. Tragesser, M. Urti, C. Veneman. Row 8: D. Wagner, A. Weaver, M. Weber, F. Wehby, R. Weigand, J. Weldele, M. Welsh, T. Wenz. Row 9: M. Werner, G. Whitehead, J. Wiethe, E. Wilke, J. Wilkins, J. Willet, D. Wills, A. Wise. l28 T S gi T -T ? 5 S E 5 cLAss OF '62 W E 3 mu , ,f L, A ' B V m S RING Tlwmfa? ff gw 51 QQ ' W Q' m..W' :g n4,.-.F-' : L 4 A -' . fb, .nf '- -'xl- . 7 Q-Q' ., K K ,E -9,33 1 ,f . ,,, . 1 xg ,j s X ' 6 f , , he "'A D U if 3. fb' A ,f V- .,, 1 Q!! M vw :gi qi A' Q 'G EO J' gi , f -A'," 5' , wj K: K fy f f A 'if' 1 "' fw. A - M 5 z V ,. Y H K 1 ? f ,f , I ,,:-- NN., 3 Q AKA , M , ,V gy I .4 , Q mx in 1 . . k 4 mv Aff ? X V k f V E - ezf "if ' . v -1'f- f w 4' A 1 ' ' A , 65 F ' H R '15 L 3 ,f 3 M f Q2 Al D Q ,IVL Q 15 T3 W Q Q f if h V J ' -11' in . . m. 1. . L,., , . K, , ,XJ QL ,v., K Vrh, . 1 .:, S VV mh' V QN 4556? . 3 1 , 'l ,bSi I ,A'X LP' I ,, 5. ml ' 1 1' 4' , is 1 Q - 5 .F lc 1. Q Q..-, -W! -1 ifi.:- - A 'EM S I ,SEWTV K rv ff- kr SY H5 Vx Vivz nil' ,ii .,,. q A -f Lh , ' Y V- ' f "' , . L X 2 i 5 , N- i . " a wi f -1-x Q AV 137951 A . U I ,ff ga -2' 9 4+ Q R A ' S 'Q ' V . Q Mgr. My rd' fx ,, ug i W, I Q f I , . Q fv' 1. , 'Q 3 W 6 X 14 1 I i -wif SQA' ' s Lti' zz! , W ff f I 0 ' . ,. it w ,, L my xx 1 17 ,,'t - In Vvvry Xkiwxik V 27: I29 FRIDAY ABOUNDED WITH PEP-MEETING SOUNDS ... THE HILLS STILL ECHO WITH OUR CHEERS Mike Wuest and Mr. K., "Nish, Nosh, Noosh, Nis, Nis, or HELLO. The syncopating seven sing, "Hound Dog man." CLASS OF '62 zi. LL f E ff rvwffskke 5 -ae L , S D Z 9 my ..,W, LL mn L W- 1 T Z b r S 6 ' L I S in L..,Q A W . 3 5 fx THE ALLIANCE PEP-MEETING WAS SUPERB V O Pamhef P"anCe5 affel' Pepmeenng Pfaffifes- Fr. Bertke seems unhappy about something, but then when isn'T he AND ATMOSPHERE . . . IF ONLY WE LUNCH PERIODS How long do we have to wait' for those darn orders??? But l dOn't Want GUY PSBHUTSH! An apple a day keeps the doctor away. .. '. '- , el Y , new .. - Row 7: L. Abrams, J. Acito, R. Adams, R. Agnor, H. Ahlers, R. Albers, J. Amon, A. Anderson. Row 2. R. Ashley, J. Avey, E. Backscheider, C. Bailey, J. Baker, J. Beal, J. Beal, G. Becker. Row 3: J. Becker, T. Becker, T. Beckmann, S. Bednarczyk, R. Bellman, F. Bertram, R. Biehl, T. Bischoff. Row 4: T. Bittner, E. Bohman, L. Borgman, T. Bower, L. Braun, J. Brengelman, L. Brockhoff, J. Brogan. Row 5: F. Bronnert, R. Brumfield, D. Burns, S. Brunsman, R. Budd, L. Buelterman, E. Burger, L. Buschle. Row 6: F. Caliguri, M. Carney, R. Carrigan, D. Carter, R. Catanzaro, J. Childs, G. Christerson, M. Christopfel. Row 7: D. Clark, W. Clark, R: Conley, H. Connelly, J. Cook, C. Corgan, F. Costi- gan, D. Cruse. Row 8: T. Culp, T. Cunningham, T. Curren, A. Dattilo, J. Dattilo, J. Dattilo, H. Deitsch, J. DelMonac0. Row 9: J. Dinsmore, B. Dixon, A. Dobur, D. Donovan, T. Dowling, J. Dragan, L. Dreyer, J. Edmiston. l32 Q cAFErEmA Pnovmsn E US WITH GOQD FOOD . 5 'S WOULD HAVE HAD LONGER i CLASS OF '63 K. K s , Q5 3 QE R if 1 Q' ' f 1 W fm 1' .-,237 55 :ff 15,1 'I fc-ww .1 M211 11 X1 ' gf' V nm ,fl -QM - wQ .. ,A..-, 5: 34, ' S' iux . 1 9 .. I S J . ,A 'ff' gifxsl' fn A1 Rl' M W., ,. ,..,, ' , f 1591. - M L l 5 E 'f 5 .',,: 1- 'g', V' - lnl ix ,al - Q- , .1-1. - fam. W- . . ,vi Q Q jf' K 1 . fl' 4 .T-ff.. B.. . , i, ze. . b... V, Q mv..- .gg -K I. I is . Z , :'f A"' ' ffl ,,.... A 1- ,... JQK 3 fig In 'Q' I My Z. vw- a f . rg ' iff 1':f 3- J . 2 i ' Z.. , " H .. ' V I o .. , 5 , , r . , - . .. . "" , la. 4 A K Q:l w.fgwH.wKx.HH ww .Ha V ..::. f .21 f 0 ' . I .'. f . .f . . Q., l --' Q . + Q 2 M' L1 ... .... f H 4 ll R g ' f 1 ' 2 , i ... 'ff v g g, if . L. ' .. 496 9 .... 'elf ff 1K . f1'95"9': 4 'f " T 'f . ' ' 'v: . g 1"' - ' f f, ... W' p H f .,:. A ' N. A A. .iff 1f ya? 'A I33 -is-Lf fz. . E if 'K R WAS SHAKEN IN STUDY PERIODS . . .SOMETIMES THE KNOWLEDGE WAS NOT CURRICULAR ...W "Carrying these books around all day wears me out!" TREE OF KNOWLEDGE 21:1 it - S325 -'Z5?L5iZ5111'.:V':.' , Qsvfaififsii 2 'ff -'V -' .ew f "Ha! He won't ever catch me." New library furnishes intellectual atmosphere. K .1 ','fL.: -:-, - - :7:-, .gem f.-, kikr .l.sv:::.i'. i., , :-'f r.f,.lQ.aggmi.v2:Yi'1Q- k:,' :fl '.:'. ff-, ',-'i il ..f, :'. iff ,-: ':i-f,:- P1 rff.' '.:gf35ggi1ii4Q::z35:-'iz .f': 71-f t1:wif:sii5ll:ev: Iilf 2 f..' :i2:2.f'irm11'::2gs127.5-nz-af'+f1r.5'.-mfs:gsm:-af.: Row 1: D, Elsaesser, R. Elsaesser, W. Eppinghoff, A. Ernst, G. Espelage, M. Fay, R. Fay, J. Fettig. Row 2: J. Fiedler, G. Finn, G. Fischer, D. Fisher, M. Fisher, K. Fitzpatrick, W. Flohn, D. Flynn. Row 3: J. Frame, K. Frank, E. Frede, J. Freitag, R. Frey, R. Frey, J. Frietsch, A. Froelicher. Row 4: T. Galarde, W. Gallagher, R. Garvey, T. Gaynor, D, Gerrety, D. Gilday, T. Gildea, M. Giwer. Row 5: L. Gorman, M. Gramaglia, T. Gravett, H. Grawe, J. Green, B. Greve, T. Grote, M. Guetle. Row 6: D. Guilfoyle, M. Guilfoyle, R. Gutekunst, J. Hagen, A. Hahn, N. Hahn, T. Halloran, D. Halpin. Row 7: C. Hassett, T. Hater, J. Hayclen, J. Hayhow, W. Heine, R. Hekler, G. Hendy, D. Henzerlinger. Row 8: F. Herold, K. Hilgefort, D. Hoerst, D. Hoetker, D. Holmes, R. Homoelle, F. Horn-back, L. Hudson. Row 9: D. Huebener, C. Hueil, P. Hurst, L. lrnholt, J. lnsco, T. lnskeep, J. Jacob, M. Jeffcott. I34 CLASS OF '63 'f , Z7 , 5 RING li' ' i - , l ,i, S L Q, I . .xi , N l7 55-'15 1 f I 1 45' J' S ' J A"' ,. N. . 'l" ' slf Sf in i5 ag fm i 2 'QS vii 4114.11 TZ! 'Y' Af 1? , , ,- I li . , - ,, ig gi h e of 'M i H W F Iii K .:.. . 1 . gf Us S.. W ! i i , E W - M' 4337?- ' -W if E, K fx, K 345 X Q, My X . 2 X5 ,,fA W M. ,rfx Q5 1 2 Q4 W . ' 4 M 1 .K H, X A V533 il. 51, 131355 :-T" S 142 "1 5' A' . mf, .,1.:m1. ., J wife-mm an X un-vf x P :H ' sl N. Ur 1 f i rl. E Sa I-fgsfifgky . J F . Q, ..,:,,ff f. if FE M kkkk V i, V ? i ' ' In Am S Es.. I - i ip 5 L Q " f J l :.- M :,v , I - ,LVKV k Q fi k .L r wifi S K - Nfgf Y r . gy Q if :aww M 1 f I35 ., . 1 , .:,. , 3:32 'J ix Qi V42 in mn EXCUSES STAYED THE SAME - STILL WERE LAME "BUT FATHER, OUR DOG ATE MY HOMEWORK LAST NIGHT" "Do you accept payola?" That's Mrs. Averbeck and Michael Oberding. John Kamp explains to Father Stang that he wasn't running in the hallways-just walking fast. Ancl l suppose those marks were there when you came into the room, Mr. Burnside. ,,,.,e:: 7 .we .: ::::s::mz--:,- f :yi .5 2. vi 3 is If: .w,,j,gaq,. if A Row 7: J. Jorclen, J. Joseph, A. Kammer, J. Kammer, C. Kappen, J. Kellisorx, T. Kenney, D. Kent. Row 2: R. Kerley, J. Kern, L. Kiefer, R. Kiefer, T. Kiehl, R. Kirkland, R. Kissel, R. Kissing. Row 3: R. Kist, F. Klaus, W. Klayer, J. Kleemeier, P. Kleinholz, M. Knollman, P. Knollman, C. Kock. Row 4: B. Koerner, R. Kohake, R. Kohler, T, Kohler, F. Kooiiimans, T. Kosse, R. Koth, J. Kramer, Row 5: J. Kramer, J. Krauser, L. Kreimer, P. Kroeger, R. Krummen, D. Kummler, F. Kunkel, G. Kunknkemoeller. Row 6: R. Kuntz, R. Kunze, J. Lambert, J. Larneier, M. Lamei- er, J. Lang, R. Lang, J. Langen. Row 7: T. Langen, J. Lauber, J. LeCount, J. Leer, E. Lehkamp, D. Lehmkuhl, M. Lenz, R. Letts. Row 8: J. Lisk, R. Littell, J. Loelaker, F. Luhn, J. Lynch, D. Macke, P. Macke, R. Maier. Row 9: J. Mallard, P. Mallery, D. Malsbary, M. Manion, R. Manne, R. Marchetti, R. Martini, D. Massa. I36 ff S RW6 6 's CLASS OF '63 v., I., ffm M .af U jf- fn' A fffkw A.. W- K M2154 W Q K 4 Kgisfi 5,,.q ii 'K KKK we l 'Sz' ' as "2-"A ' W- f K m 1' - ,. . f hk' 41 -L rr" ' A, K KKKYKK 'xbg 'K -f"5:'ggk.: - . ,.,.,. K. XM" . f X bW'A' " K K' f :-,- x Q V w K 'lzw f WN " 4, f. K. . XX Agk 'V '5 .2":K': ,f F' A PQE. Q lZ, A 'E Q f i x 'Q 'Z' F QQEQQ wi, :zz ...gf K K, Q M 2 ,,,. . 3 ,,:A , 1 3 -,,. A ,W . ' . A ' ' '33 Qs' ?s 1 Q ' ,, : ' f ' i f s A x K X 1 13A f A X Y , K at 1 K ' 5' Q ..-- f , V.., f ' K KKKKKQ K., f .- K gt K KAW K KKK KV f yM ?wv -' :qs ww?Hws an Qwm aww K K K KK .U ' ' L 'ig ' f:f f1 A Szw?2Qi'13RKk M' .A -mm'-Ll ef mmk' 1 ' 'xg ' '. 1,54 K l 'S A - '59 3, Lf, ,A 5 1 Q5 ff , "H an 'Q wr 4 ,. K 232 Q 45- ' S KgW nf 5' 34 5 W- 'ff 'Ka' 5 Km H Vikky :.i gg 5 by a . A fi fx ,Q 5 - X x may fl 3 , KKK K K Q K K ' K QF-. at it Q 53: 6' .li as ff 7 .. -, ir' K " wav H if , , .- W' t lg fm.. li 1,3 Z, Q S f" . , 1: 42 L , 2 'N . 9 KW ' X fl fi' ' 1 " ar'- A Vvyl, V mf f Z f f fx f 1 A 51' '2'v: 'am y 5 Gi- J y 5319 lf' 'H 9' K1 'N' " ,' wg if 4mK"nK vm W' X . A ' ' ,,,, ., W' A 51 -'H ' .z kk., kv arg.: K - s - vw' ,. x fl k I V gf, 41 k,A,,AV , I J f f k' " Y, zaz, T M ' A 1,s?QA., , K ,Q V N K1 I D fm? Q: y QR i Q ,J ms , Q 'K I K fi' 3 ff' 1 ix' - ,:W, K, KK 1 if , 'QQ fn x' ' +f 1 ff M fy l W Q : 'M A ' ,, P' ,,-, , " , "' fK'f ik 53: W- .54 ' - - if v ..,KKKKKK,Q' KK KK I Ewa '57 Kiwi KK-Kf KK? K A 2 fi? fQ? ??f YK l37 NEW BUILDING - BUT THE LINES WERE STILL LONG "LINES SEEMED LONGEST IN THE CAFETERIA - MAYBE BECAUSE WE WERE HUNGRY" Look buddy, The river HAS gof a botfom, you don"r have fo find if. e Business has increased since The supply store began giving green I hope tha? The prices don'f change again by The time I get There. sfamps. 8 - , ...sez 1. .i fi, ,.. , 5. . - ,V - f....,.i.: 1 .....f.s... , .f . ..-1-W. I , , ...T ., f -, . , , .... . . ,W . . . . , I -- , - . .J . . . , .... I flsaijrfflg-ifIl,-E"iQ:ii?Tgk2?3'Ii:-12:57 'ck-P,'iEi.U.1QEYQl5ijE:riff ',g1I.fi.1fL:5-Q3'I:lf.'if i-'fE:'iil3g?352:S1' P' V: .lf-'l.-i,E9Y.Qg5?5Q.5l:i" lf f'.-lfxilifllZ?9s95Q6:Yj1Lf: . .'l'--'Ei.le5i?55i,.'., 'VJ -W2-fz:?iQ:Qiii.L 'Z P7.5L-13:3iIkiTfli23'.',r 'S',p55Y2'fX1lGi ' , -::Q:k:Z5:.ii,:if."'f . -'Mig-"ilL5?Lj52:.f' J I ir 'f iii lf?Ez5:l,'jg::: " ' r -P2Efi:5f'f.. f ' f .lfg:73L-'illiil - ' 5 i Row I: M. Mattis, F. Mayer, D. McCarthy, M. McCarthy, W. McDonald, R. McElroy, F. McMurray, J. McNamee. Row 2: T. Meehan, W. Meier, M. Meinhardf, T. Melson, E. Menkhaus, W. Merriss, R. Merfen, R. Metternich. Row 3: R. Meyer, D. Miceli, J. Miceli, B. Middendorf, E. Miller, J. Miller, J. Mock, R. Mock. Row 4: R. Molique, J. Moore, V. Morano, R. Morris, J. Munninghoff, F. Murdock, C. Murphy, M. Murphy. Row 5: R. Murphy, R. Murphy, T. Naegel, K. Neal, G. Neiheisel, R. Newberry, J. Neyer, K. Niederhausen. Row 6: W. Nieman, R. Niemeier, P. Noe, J. Nolte, E. Nugent, R. Oates, J. O'Brien, R. O'Brien, Row 7: E. Ochs, L. Ollendick, T. Olthaus, M. Ortwein, D. Peaker, A. Perry, R. Plagge, P. Ploetz. Row 8: T. Powell, D. Prosf, W. Putnick, T. Ransick, J. Rapp, J. Rehage, R. Reis, K. Richard. Row 9: G. Richter, D. Riesfenberg, W. Robbe, R. Robinson, C. C. Roszell, M. Ruwe, D. Sabatelli, T. Sander. I38 CLASS OF '63 - gl, Hur 5 HMG z ' 'mi , l iw-W r1 -H . WF Q' ' "" M N 2: " -W 'f -Q l ' ? 5 ' , ' v A '2"' f 'f' , . "' - ':"L' I X . 5 S I K h N1 X N 1 -fly? 4 A x da 1 1' "" if if 'K Pm W .f 39' Z l i if , ,Y , as ,Q fy L, , ,. , 4 ,L , gpm , ...L K .., :..Z'.1f Lh, h ff 5. W L5 W. 1 .-.- ' ' C' ' Q if f K ' "': 5 5 ' ' 1 A qnlq A . gy 1 .. , V5 b , V' A lb 2, ,b iii i f HQ 53 ea ff' C IL '75 it 3. 5? Q' C A , :.Vq.,A, V F I QL fi! 5 R , ft l W Q Q W 9' 5 A ' 'f c' 0 3 - ' .,. L l 3 T-I, ": ,. A , 1' 'lf h 1' , J ?lj M F 5 Q 1 M- ' -N. .,,2V ! VAAX Z3 1 Q. . Ng ,1 .,,.. u l f IA. ' ' U A V I ,, L, b Q5 V Y-13 if ,E J, gi, VLhA Ulf V Z Q 'f J. T' w RWM f f x I A K' K . I K, . K ., L, K an .fL' U , M gf " xx Q rf- ia, LV W , -:Sf , 1 1,..- , , V 'Q i t ff A - f i - Y 'M g 12: 4 A wwsfk gg in ff, ffl 3 5. W' 0 , qi Q' 2' Q aa 41 f-:L 4 N-KF Wkgfw ",, ' l ' S - N K f ':1 f Q?f'1 'W 1h Lgiiif' v ' J.. uh. x ., e ff mm A 14 X L v 1' 4 1 -f,.,, ugh ...Q mf 2 L TS: 4' K .kAf' , an ' 5:11 . 151 5 - M i N JD YQ' fi l39 CLASS OF '63 .Q ig. me ,, . F. fm aa, iglfg '53 ., ff' .iir 4 ff L1A M I if ... ii "Q LF' 'K A l A Q it A was . f .M--....f. eff' . ' , gl , . I A sf. an . ...is - '--- N X QW Wg Lg i We a n r , , .. J. 5 11 , Q k 'K . mm,, .. 'M' X 'N Top row: K. Sanders, J. Sanregret, G. Schaefer, P. Schafer, R. Schafer, P. Schamer, S. Schenck, R. Schlinkert, F. Schilling. Bottom row: R. Schmidt, T. Scheneble, R. Schoch, J. Schoenung, J. Schrage, D. Schroeder, P. Schroeder, P. Schulz. WE ALWAYS ENJOYED EXAMINATIONS. T.: a S1 5 l know they're both copying but I always Oh, my scive sheet is in my other shirt. Sfudenfs Check fheir infgrmal lei WTOFIQ BHSWEFS QO. reference papers, ' X. n , ,- .T . f H . . f ,Q-gesjgw.ff...,5.,g.:zz:s:g.:m:5,V-.f,.., Q K,.gf-.,,..:.1...f9.ff..,q ,,,g.,:...e1.:gg.z,gg,,.zz .... :,:mx::mw5...::f,:aaa giee:.wfs'fs :t.1wXrcf::zzi S Si f':2fl15W:f"1iii'f Wfrilna .f.15,:.3.i3. f.segqfifanr:gg:ex1w.5a:f:.e-. f.: Asawiirixiif :5igfg.e:g:w. ,fi ' wfiisesaviffafizf a,iwv':fe.fff :Umm A 9 M JH wewmsiai-U"-2Qw:11'. if ' .WE LS-:::sfv4am:-mtv 1-51:15 4 fszeniz ..a.f':f,s1:BxQqf,s3gm.,.t.W V55 5 :nigga1-,:.:g.e?..Qt:QrstiwfY:.:z.sc 2 A .rgrffiwvfiiwifis .g:f2Kaf'i2a?'lw:wi1' it 5 T fiiiirif'-bf:ffzsefvfwz' Wtlwii? 1 .L .. Row i: R. Schutte, D. Schwab, R. Schwab, D. Schwarber, J. Schwartz, B. Sellmeyer, M. Selm, P. Shiplett. Row 2: J. Simon, E. Simonson, J. Smith, L. Smith, N. Soldano, W. Sollmann, G. Spahn, J. Specht. Row 3: M. Spencer, L. Spille, R. Stacy, J. Stahl, J. Stavale, J. Steele, L. Stern, M. Stevens. Row 4: Stiens, H. Stoloerl, T. Stratmann, D. Streng, R. Sucher, R. Suder, T. Sullivan, H. Sunderman. Row 5: N. Taft, W. Tallarigo, H. Teets, D. Tenbrink, G. Terlinden, G. Thomas, E. Thomson, G. Tclle. Rovv 6: D. Tope, J. Tout, G. Tracey, N. Trapp, R. Trentman, R. Umberg, R. Voelkerding, D, VoIlrath.- Row 7: R. Vonderheiole, A. Wagner, F. Wagner, G. Wagner, W. Wagner, T. WalL C. Waltmath, E. Wambaugh. Row 8: T. Warndorf, P. Weidner, D, Weinkam, R. Welch, J. Wellbrock, M. Wenning, E. Wessling, J. Whitton. Row 9: P. Willing, A. Willwerth, J. Wilson, J. Wind, J. Winterhalter, G. Wolter, L. Wulker, A. Zaharieff. l40 ff s kwa 6 'S CLASS OF '63 Y ..,A w Mx, 5, .. X.. mf Q 93 Q' 9 f f .3 if L 'F 'W' 0 Y, km "kg '-L- was fl1,,- , rf, 'Q W, , ..'2f'f 14, W, 'em .-:- ...K Q: - , - P4 - -' , .sf , Q--Y f 'fi' 1 ' far LK K K'1S ,. .f -'.. K ,'l. A -M' 7 fl lr 7 FAQ ' iii' "' QW 4 ,E 1 5 1, A " 0 t Am '-':' L L? W t K in xx f ' ' l ' if. K ' - W F? W E- 1 L . 5 L ' VE 2 , J f LA ' 1 ff ff- as -I 'P' X A N ' '--.. H. X. qi Xu n XYWA V A MA? ! 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V'-u "V-Ah: A Vik, ,f " P 'A A " Ig- fk- frm , M - 'Wg U. , - A ' .5 N- , , 3 - '- 1 . -- , 1' - p I' - A .... -,1,-f?7?i-- X fl 'IAN 5 L K ., - 1 U , 7 x S M ull W, , 'X' ' V - 3 ' A -- A-'TW' Sw. 4 -my jf 4 A . " A' - iz H ' i X Ziff? f fi K.: Q Z, - ,r ? ,f- Zi . ' - Y V. , :Tx -. - -V 4.3. Iii-,fy,'----,1-f,K 'nf L Ad 1 . -.. GJ X x DEPARTMENT We ended the decade with a flourish in the U4 :Qi athletic department ofra championship football team and a state-champion baseball team. The soaring sixties began with a mediocre bas- ketball team ot Juniors who were never beaten by T G.C.L. opponents by more than four points. The new wing has provided better facilities for endeavorsfwe look forward to a soar- of greater athletic achievements and standard of good sportsmanship. A if - ttwisgwrs fer 4 ' N6 es W, Mwqw -me ii iv ,K .. Ii , ,i:,X.5,k,, V, - Lx w iii, X . . , .gif ' sf-kgs , , aw ,, I 'I-H5 :,'f 124' Slffiflixiivz - ,L VVIW - -"f ' W W W5 W 3. . , i my .iz K I tkk in I - ,". l . ,A'L ' ,,,., A 1 ' LiA.,,ll , fa 9 , '1 ' My :VV 5: ,g h A V hw K ,VL V K I dj ..,. ,VV fig, az. 35 .' ,.. hg" m42M ' 5, -frf ix, 4 ,z is Q, M1-A -' K K ...Y ,, fs- Q.-f if Q Nw L h . VQ, I ' 1959 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM f 1 w, left fo right: D. Day, J. Coleman, T. Jansing, B. James, H. Schulte. Second row: M. Lynch, T. Bushman, J. Diers, J. Frede, S. Westendorf. Third row: J. Plagge, K. H mpert, T. Roger J B fsch, H. Elsaesser, J. Hassett, E. Tepe. Fourth w: J. Kain, M. Reinert, M ci, J. Sullivan, B. Hennekes, L. Reiring, T. Brennan, G. L k Fffh row: D. Hendy, J. Owens, R. Averbeck, C 'C pfain F. Sf. Charles, M J. Roney, T. Schiller, J, Pedoto, H Frey. Top row: H. Gra pke, Co-Captain H. Bedinghaus, G. Suder, B. H T , Coach Virgil M. Klusman, F. Whalen, B. A Ting, J. Weber. Missing from The pictur -D. Franklin. We had our besf foolball season since 1954, Winning 8 games and losing 2. We were champions of The greaTer Cincinnali League and were raled second in The area by local sporls prognoslicalors. l47 Fw, JSE' M fi L ATAAA A lf - - am - 'f ifffisiasisiis 1wiSY.f?i1 S 1 U2 Whig X Q. . M .L k Q IQ f I U A is 8 Nz, , A E.- gfxws - .,k K, K L Ss x as ,-0 2 H S , Y M 6 x S W as A " is if +L A G A, K ,. H .gi-,-L, 1,15 , 11w11A'11-.,A, 1 ggi, A1z'zs,:SLsei1f-iw '- -f , .1 114, ,M QQSP L ' My W1-Gym -, -M... .J .5 L O TO A 2 2 -gn A Q Xiwegfn-fr , f law O O A AJP' 3Eiiiwiw-fvf-,wfwrff wfsiizsmffeisfn 5 f umm. , f , , 1,,,,.m . . W I . '.., ,Q 593 M , ,A u' I- :vw W , -.: vw--MW..,,.A. " " M wi -AMW .V - Www vQ,,5,Z,m.h . uk. -: pw - A 13:3 537, W., . 5 fsgfsigmfziggislrsags Away, wg wg 'M .. . ,. nu. 1 an f ff,3,wk. 1, flsffigw. ki 3 ,.., U, jgzglflii L'.f i A ' L,LL - 1 LL-,- f xIg3i,:W R .1 f fb A ,kk- A511 Rf: Q -1.!?'l-igfLw?-vi1- Qf.,f5f-1-5f17L5fE xl -A O f 1 fy --kb ' 5: ri FEGE:-7 . ' ' , GEORGE LINK 58, 3 fm A-M 'm A Ig A 4. , , ff 'F' Q ,X 'G' 1 . . S x W . ie ig? W is , MN 3 4' V, .2 x A A ,-win. Q . T, AI-- fag NV Y .M ' , , , . ,S ,M Y..m fm, . , , A V4 - . A., A: w g V iEg T O -'qw' f ,...:::f H' ,'1E'r' f'!Qur"3? 55" Eb 'NK gh, L wi vw 'TP is xi r rffgigw 5255 fgi mg M xwfhw Q TAOTA Aw A ,- f- ,k. -ff, , .fig 5 Q "" A SIS .5 ' A ' 1 Y f" ' V :f' 'ii I 1- , , FRANK WHALEN HAROLD BEDINGHAUS THOMAS JANSING T959 VARSITY HAROLD GRAMKE JOHN OWENS Bedinghaus heads for daylight around TERRY ROGERS TOM BRENNAN STEVE TENS! JIM KAIN R his I S' " Q I 5455 . .V 1 , ' L ..,, ' 'N . V : 5 'if -E-..':1' f'f'2'E:-' "" : fn ".,.'::4f "" ' 1 Zifgg- AP. :- g V - . I W 'xiiiyzm , E.E-:se:?f1Q?f,1g2':5l-lavggm We , - .ilffw A Qffqgiii fgyxav ' 1 l:iVAf'5 w S5 j'5 f - 1 N , , ew. .-Q. - -, x p' -f -7 E,,.,f. M Q "g A ' gLffifK.:, + ' . . fl V .-21 fu, - f " . 12' " 'Q Q fn I My EV' 13 K1 xii' ' s i A l h T' A if JOSEPH PEDOTO DENNIS DAY ROBERT JAMES TOBY SCHILLER STARTING TEAM end in the Purcell game. Elder los1 20-14. JERRY MARX HOWARD SCHUTTE K I ' "t it EEuQ1gamLELA+gi k wW E-.- 1 E K E n T .T EQ L, , , W, 1 ,iwrrw K A ar' 'E y ,-,. ,fs V A E :NR ,king I . I A 2 wg Qwf uiQ2,p',g 2 -7 mx Q mg? 5, E553 A . is f ' A -f, l JERRY WEBER FRANK ST. CHARLES BERNARD AUSTING DICK AVERBECK 3 i s Ea 1-Sdfuiv .+ivsAfmF,n7!lii2.l'l"lWw152,wnwl,4 F'HS1ff"f ' ' y y ,M 2 " W4Mw:i-1, . ,., fig' . , ff' af, " g Q -. ,.-f - . .. '.-, 5 , X L2 4: we - me fziglwgrfjgi L .LLL, LW,. L 1Wl,A fi. a me .V : , rf 2 553 z3fY,?.W,..Q ., i 1 V H "A S w L2 .alif-EW Aiwaa wza ' Q ' f' W M . M -'vm-. W .4 ww 4' ' 4 Ee f , ' 5 ff f ax riff i. Z. 1 me: ,vi ,w wf 1 V fe aim X, fp Q .,,., 352' , L Af, K, Zu emi f . is 555 ' 1 A L ? '--:zz-Snr'-' K ., ,- sg -me RONALD AVER BECK vw i'a?fTkA 'fZ'Kf1 5ff? " V . , ..,, , Q IA. if T2i1EEm we .. 1 f y.. ,WW . : V 'I' gg HAROLD BEDiNGHAUS 4 ,W ,, . . ., . -. ,pr :gf g,.v L w '- . - . , .,.. . ,..: Q ,M N 1: 1. ' ' wi - .: ' Q . : aga i- L 2m - L Wiki me we L ff we 8, L .f aa HE N Q , A 2 L 11 W' . my P QQ M fi? fn ry 1 Q QQ ff yin -.V , f V, , ,. :.,'. V f ve: -'ff fiwl -1 ' --k'-" 3125157 7. Ui , j '.m!gEfx,, 'jgifiki 4.Wf,g,,2, Q W L gi .X 1: ' .- we 2 .. f 21 N if . 5 C... JAMES COLEMAN 1 . -' . .,5-.:-51 a ..:.,,,.,:2 ,. -- im 422 , 15 N - :Q .. 1 Ei re, " ' +551 . "'e1h'if sir:-2 .' .- -A f -k 'vi -52221 :FL -n-..,.- ' ,iw,,gA, - A 7, -..Moana-"' if DENNIS DAY Kam Tames a Cougar as Jansing picks up twenty yards around end in Jansing is pulled down hard by a determined Colonel White After The West Hi game, Averbeck lea FCOTBALL Trouble looms ahead for Harry Elsaesser as he extends his arm to meet St. Charles and Schutte look on as Elsaesser meets a St. X. boy in the oncoming Bomber. Following the play are Schutte and Pedoto. mid-air. if "'. -Sl Q we Q, .if HARRY FRY HAROLD GRAMKE ROBERT JAMES boys in a prayer of thanks. THOMAS JANSING ELDER ELEVEN FINISHES 8-2 Elder 48-Hamilton O A highly spirited Elder team rolled around, over, and under the new Hamilton Taft team in the season's opener at Hamil- ton. The first score came early in the first period with Steve Tensi lunging 32 yards on a "Belly Series" play. Tom Jansing bolted over for another score as the first period ended. Late in the' second period, Jim Kain tallied, climaxing an 81 yard drive. The third period saw neither team score but in the fourth, one touchdown each by Butch Bedinghaus and Jim Kain, and two by Mike Lynch completed the Panthers rout. ,,,:fii:1:: , , l 5 JIM KAIN "Yatz" ambles for the side lines and turns on the speed. l5l FOOTBALL Elsaesser advances-backwards as he is stopped cold by a St. Xavier player. SENNOR LETTERMEN . . Austing tells a Cavalier as Weber watches the play progress. aeerr ii E . 5 --QV I ' as tg' ' s- - .iifiizl ' sk 1 k 2 V , K Kgs i n E raar i 3 1 aar GEORGE LINK GERALD MARX CHARLES MINNECCI Joi-IN ovvENs JOSEPH PEDOTO I52 sails Q Q si "5 was ' we .. 5 if tr ' Viewing the game from the sidelines with coach Scarclina, Tensi prepares to enter the game. SPIRIT SPARKS 1959 PANTHERS Elder rolled up 18 first downs to 7 for Hamilton, and 376 yards rushing to 170 for the opposition. Elder I4-Colonel White 6 Rough line play and a hustling backfield carried the Elder Panthers to their second victory ot the season over the Gem City's Colonel White. Scoring came mid-way in the first quarter after Jim Kain galloped 28 yards to the Cougar 8 yard line. On the next play, Tom Jansing skirted the final distance for the tally. In the second half, Dayton scored on The first play from scrimmage on a slant play which covered 60 yards. Capitalizing on S 2 A? l A 6 h ?' .. SENIOR LETTERMEN ' A 5 ,. F' :'- J K W R WY .1 'E ' k . ., .l 3 . :,,. q R A :- V .lf X gz' X W ,Qt 'E sk, te S -Hi' 'W K . iln .. I ,.,' -::, " -t,5iu3 I , ..'f 5 J f . FRANK ST. CHARLES FRANK WHALEN TOBY SCHlLl.ER HOWARD SCHUTTE JERRY WEBER Bushman sneaks through the pile for the second touchdown against St. Xavier. St. Charles leads the team onto the field for the start of the second half of the game with West Hi .MH Q T '-, "lt's fourth and one. You better hold 'em." l53 Jim Coleman shouts words of encouragement to his team- mates during a tense moment in the Bacon game. The team says a prayer and are given last minute instructions before the start of the St. Xavier game. A Colonel White player turns on the speed and rambles past John Owens. Things look dismal along the sidelines as Coach Scardina watches the action closely. a Cougar fumble, Elder moved the ball in two plays to their final touchdown with Harold Grampke plung- ing over from the 3. Elder 42-Withrow 6 Elder made it three in a row, pulverizing Withrow's Tigers. The Panthers went wild in the second quarter, after a slow start, scoring four touchdowns. Jim Kain scored twice-on a spectacular 79 yard run and on an 8 yard plunge. Steve Tensi scored with a 6 yard boot- leg and threw a 42 yard pass to Hassett. In the third quarter, Butch Bedinghaus contributed with a 46 yard run while George Link tallied with the Panthers sixth touchdown. Elder 42-Chillicothe O Elder piled up 463 yards rushing and 20 first downs for a wide edge over Chillicothe's Cavaliers. The Pan- thers scored 7 touchdowns and held Chillicothe to a blank slate with great defensive play. Bedinghaus collected four T.D.'s on three passes and one on a 21 yard run. Jerry Marx hauled in a Tensi pass good for 28 yards. Steve also contributed to the scoring with l54 a lO yard bootleg play. Elder 74-Alliance 8 Stunned fans and an unbelieving group of newspaper writers watched in awe as the Panthers showed their outstanding spirit in defeating last year's state champions from Alliance, Ohio. After grabbing the opening kick- off, Elder ground 85 yards in 9 plays to touchdown land as Butch Bedinghaus rammed over from 7 yards out. Alliance came fighting back, however, on a 65 yard drive with fullback Ernie Prince pushing the score over from the one. Late in the final period, after two scoreless quarters, heads up play saw Terry Rogers recover an Alliance fumble on the Aviator's 25 yard line. Four plays later, Steve Tensi flipped a l4,yard pass to Jim Hassett for the final tally and one of EIder's greatest victories. Elder 8-Steubenville Central 20 Two forty-five yard pass plays and a seventy yard drive ended the Panthers' winning streak at five as the Steubenville Crusaders handed Elder their first defeat. Steubenville scored two touchdowns on identical pass P H .5 Dr. Mike Brennan receives a duck for his vital help during the season. Q 3 Reserve award winners are congratulated for their efforts. Left TO right are: Jim Datillo, Art Del Conte, Tom Frondorf, Dick Loechtenfeld and Ned Lautenbach. ic t t 1 1- . 4 . W 33" l lax! E xml 'a l Mr, Dieringer adds a bit of humor Members of the varsity squad are presented their trophies at the to his talk during the football football banquet. banquet. THE PANTHER 'S PROGRESS plays. Elder's lone touchdown came in the third quarter. Elder 8--Roger Bacon 6 The powerful grid machine from Price Hill upended favored Roger Bacon, to end a .lo game winning streak for the Spartans before a record crowd of l7,000 at Xavier Stadium. After a two point marker in the second period, neither team could score until midway in the fourth quarter. Bacon took the ball on the 30 yard line and in lA plays pushed the ball over to take the lead. Not to be outdone, Elder took the kickoff with 3 minutes left and methodically marched 60 yards for their winning touchdown. Elder I4-St. Xavier 8 Substitutes Harry Elsaesser and Tom Bushman provided Elder with the necessary touchdowns to defeat the Bombers of St. X. Elsaesser scored in the second period from the 6. Xavier turned a fumble into a touchdown as they led going into the final quarters. The winning marker for Elder came in the fourth period with Tom Bushman driving across. Elder 74-Purcell 20 Elder's hopes for sole possession of the G.C.L. were extinguished when Purcell's Cavaliers defeated the Panthers. Purcell scored late in the first quarter on a 69 yard run by Roger Staubach. Capitalizing on an Elder fumble, the Cavaliers again scored, this time on a 63 yard march. Elder's first tally came in the second half when Bedinghaus took it in from the 6 yard line. Both teams scored in the second half but Elder was on the short end. Elder l2fVVestern Hills O Cold throughout the first half, Elder finally found the range and scored in both the third and fourth periods to defeat Western Hills for the seventeenth time dur- ing the 3l year rivalry. Jim Kain and Mike Lynch tallied the two T.D.'s as Elder played a powerful ground game. Kain's score came midway in the third quarter as he plunged over for the first score. Mike Lynch followed with his tally in the fourth period as the Panthers drove from their own 49 yard line. Again Elder's vaurttless defense proved the difference in the l55 Row 1. B. McKenna, M. Quinn, A. Eggloff, N. Lautenbach, J. Forrester, D. Stuart, J. Brogan, J. Theobald. Row 2: L. Mansmaster, D. Monnig, W, Berra, J. Corcoran, J. Willet, R, Hafner, R. Derrick, M. Grace, T. Lubbe. Row 3: A. Weaver, J. Menkhaus, D. Zang, J. Datillo, J. Seher, B. Reinstatler, J. Cafeo, W. Tracey, O. Davis. Row 4: M. Rolfus, J. King, T. Wenz, J. Purcell, J. Destephano, B. Kolleck, J. Mueller, T. Frondorf, D. Morgan, K. Lobring, D. Wills, RESERVE FOOTBALL TEAM UNIJEEEATEIJ GREATER CINCINNATI LEAGUE CHAMPIONS game as it continually held West Hi's offensive surges. The Elder Reserve football team won the Greater Cincinnati League Championship and went undefeated during the T959 season. Mr. Art Del Conte, coaching his first Elder team, was very pleased with the team at the end of the season. The games: Elder 72-Roger Bacon 8 The Reserves first game was with Roger Bacon, a team that had twice beaten them as freshmen. Datillo ran for an early TD and Egloff later scored the deciding touchdown. Elder T6-Purcell 14 After taking a T6-point lead on two scores by Monnig and conversions by Datillo and Meier, the Reserves stopped a Cavalier P.A.T. attempt that would have tied the game. Elder 20-St. Xavier O In this game St. X. found the Reserves iust too tough. Kolleck and Egloff both scored once while Lautenbach I56 got a TD and the P.A.T. Elder 78-Roger Bacon 0 The second time around the Reserves white-washed Roger Bacon. Kolleck, Corcoran, and Lautenbach scored TD's as the defense contained the Spartans. Elder 8-Purcell 6 Against Purcell the Reserves fought back a 6-point deficit. Late in the game Datillo sprung loose and scored. Lautenbach added the decisive P.A.T. Elder 26-St. Xavier 8 The Reserves downed St. X. easily as Monnig, Datillo, Willet, and Meier scored a TD. Lautenbach made the lone extra points. Elder 6-St. Rita O ln a closely-contested game, the Reserves found St. Rita surprisingly tough. Late in the fourth quarter Junker slammed through the middle of the line for the winning margin. i Row lr T. Halloran, R. Kohler, M. Ruwe, G. Schaefer, A. Wagner, J. Lang, J. Jorden. Row 2: R. Krummen, J. Dinsmore, R. Trentman, J. Joseph, F. Murdock, D. Schroeder, D. Guilfoyle, R. Reis. Row 3: J. Dattilo, J. Wagner, J. Mallard, J. Thomas, N. Hahn, B. Kammer, M. Manion, F. Caliguri, R. Schutte, D. Schwab, D. Schwarber. Row 4: J. Merriss, B. Robbe, D. Elsaesser, J. Lameier, T. Kiehl, B. Koerner, M. Fay, B. Meier, A. Willwerth, D. Kent. Row 5: P. Hassett, A. Dobur, B. McDonald, J. Amon, J. Dattilo, J. Wall, J.. Brogan, J. Lauber, J. Hendy, M. Lambert, T. J. Meehan. Row 6: H. Connelly, M. Lamaier, T. Ransick, D. Tepe, J. Munninghoff, W. Klayer, T. Dattilo, T. Bower, J. Hagen. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM GREATER CINCINNATI LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Elder 42-Western Hills 8 Against a weak West Hi team, the Reserves romped, scoring at will. Datillo, Kolleck, Junker, Egloff, Lauten- bach, and Masminster scored TD's while Meier had one P.A.T., and Lautenbach had two. Wenz and Datillo were elected co-captains by the team at the beginning of the season. Elder 8-St. Xavier 8 A tie was the best the Freshmen could accomplish in their initial effort of the season against a surprisingly strong St. X. team. J. Brogan scored the lone TD on a quarterback sneak. Elder 6-Purcell O Rugged line play on both sides featured the first half of this contest. In the 3rd quarter, however, it was Brogan again who broke the ice with a 3 yard run to hit pay dirt. The try for extra points failed. Elder I4-Roger Bacon 6 Elder, beginning to show the results of their long practice sessions, combined a charging ground attack and an amazing aerial shower to run up 14 points in the first half. Bacon's tally came in the 3rd quarter. Elder 28-McNichlos O Rough and tough defensive play and a tremendous offense featured the 3rd win for the Freshmen over the Rockets. Elder 22-St. Xavier 6 Elder's Freshman team, now running like a well oiled machine, dazzled the Bombers with long runs and accurate passes. Elder 28-Purcell O Although the scoring does not indicate it, this was one of the hardest fought games of the season. Superb team play and an unbelievable 90-yard sprint by Schwab proved too much for the Cavaliers in the end. Elder 14-Roger Bacon O Undaunted by the stubborn play of Bacon, the purple and white eleven combined a fine running attack and a deadly aerial game to clinch the G.C.L. Champion- ship. l57 5 35' fi Y Q 1525 QQ '53 W E , if BASKETBALL Q '5-am? ink. 39' .R , E, vnt EE VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Top row, left fo right: Steve Tensi, Tom Apke, Paul Knue. Second row: Bob Metz, John Kreckfing, Don Schmerber. Third row: Bob Roncker Jim Sfamon, Tom Pfliegel. Fourth row: Tom Bushman, Jerry Luebbers, Fred Meyer. I59 VARSITY LETTERM EN JOHN KRECHTING JERRY LUEBBERS STEVE TENSl Forward Guard Center Elder and Purcell players have a difference of opinion under the boards. 160 BASKETBALL TEAM 1959 marks the year when Elder's varsity bas- ketball team finally found a home. After years of commuting to grade-school gyms for practice and wandering to West Hi and various other places for "home" games, the new addition provided the Panthers with a permanent lair in which to display their not-inconsiderable .alents. Coach Ray Dieringer's junior-studded squad compiled the regular season record of 12 wins and 6 losses. Except for a mid-season slump, in which several games were lost to teams that were later beaten, this would have been one of Elder's finest basketball years. Woodward was the first victim, dropping a home game 64 to 55. Captain John Krechting shared scoring honors with Tom Apke by putting in 15 points. The new gymnasium was christened by a victory over Taft's Senators, the team that took Central twice. Krechting led the 66-47 rout by scoring 17 points. Elder continued its winning ways by rolling over Colerain 64 to 32. Guards Meyer and Bush- man were standouts with 15 and 11 points re- spectively. McNicholas was next Turned back 75 to 69. VARSITY LETTERMEN TOM BUSHMAN TOM APKE FED MEYER Guard Forward Guard FINDS A HQME The Christmas tournament brought together four of the top teams of Ohio and Kentucky. On the first night, Louisville St. Xavier defeated Columbus East, and Elder's four-game winning streak was broken by Maysville, Kentucky 65 to 56. The following evening, Elder snapped back to defeat the perennial power, Columbus East, 55 to 44. Louisville won the first Elder Invitational. The Panthers seemed to be hitting their stride again with a 71-63 win over Princeton, one of the city's better aggregations. But, as in football, base- ball, or any sport, comes the GCL, comes trouble. The opening doubleheader of Greater Cincin- nati League competition found Elder on the short end of a 52 to 49 game with ST. X. A weak Roger Bacon next took the measure of a "clown" varsity 48-46. It began to look like a long, cold winter. BOB METZ Forward i l Q T 3 l Fritz Meyer archs a one-hander from outside in Krechting Takes his own rebound and Kfefiliilng Seemed Shocked to See The Lima game. tries again- Apke score. PANTHERS TURN IN 12-6 RECORD A victory over Newport Catholic 179-671 proved only a Temporary respite. A tall, strong Purcell tive nosed out The Panthers 46-42, to put Them into last place in The GCL. The nadir was reached when Coving- ton Catholic had Their chance aT The reeling Team and made good 52 to 48. Then The upswing began. Rejuvenated by Their new mascot, "WooTie," Elde-r's cagers set out on a program of systematic revenge. St. Xavier was Tirst on The list of unfinished business and Took a 62-57 beating. Lima Central Catholic, a good Team from upstate, was missing most ot its regulars when Elder got to Them and They never had a chance C64-311. Bacon just plain "goT stomped" next Time around 78-58. Taylor provided The next entertainment for the rampaging cats, and Tell 76 To 56. The acid tests were To come. In Their best GCL effort, it not The finest win all season, Elder extinguished Purcell's hopes tor sole possession ot The Catholic League title. The tirst halt ot The game was evenly contested with Metz, Tensi, and Krechting holding Their own in The battle for re- i626 bounds with The giant Cavalier forward line. Behind by tive going into The second halt, The Panthers gradually closed The gap and then suddenly Turned The game into a rout by scoring 17 straight points. Final score: Elder 60, Purcell 48. "Falcon's Fieldhouse" was Tilled to capacity for The first Time aT the West Hi game. The Mustangs lumped ott to an early lead but soon lost iT as Elder began controlling The boards and hitting from the outside. The home team was ahead by tour aT the half, but the Third quarter saw West Hi close the gap and The game went down to The wire. IT was 57-57 when The regulation game ended and The same at The end ot The first overtime. 6'6" Wayne Lundy controlled the tip at the start ot the sudden death period and the Mustangs took their time setting up a shot. Finally Ed Brinkman arched a long one-hander trorn 25 TT. out. The ball never Touched the rim as it swished through the net and bedlam broke loose. Western Hills 59, Elder 57. ,,,,, W.. .. ,pr ,,..-nv' if W it :itll ,gp Y 31313 3 E! IX Taylor controls the tip in a reserve game. Tensi shoves in two of Elder s 76 pomts against Taylor Mr, Dieringer maps out strategy before the start of the Purcell game RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM Top row, left fo right: T. Biedenhorn, J. King, B. Willet, T. Frondorf. Second row: D. Braun, T. Monnig, H. Strief, T. Heffernan. Third row J. Kenkel, B. Drennan, N. Laufenbach. Fourth row: A. Egloff, G. Scherer, M. Quinn. I64 mm an X FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM Top row, left to right: B. Robbe, T, Ransick, B. Kerley, Manager, T. Stratman, J. Brogan. Second row: J. Lauber, J. Edmistorm, J. Munninghoff T. Datillo, E. Menkhaus. Third row: B. Kammer, J. Smith, F. Calilguri, J. Mallard. Fourth row: R. Steins, D. Schwarber, R. Weidner. I65 I96O BASEBALL TEAM 2 First row, left to right, T. Tiettmeyer, R. Metz, K. Klusman, S. Theobalcl, D. Enginger. Second row: T. Ptleigel, M. Brady, L. Buschle, B. Sommer, R. Schablein. Third row: A. Prost, J. Scherer, T. Burnside, W. Bonapfel, D. Lutterbei, J. Hassett. Fourth row: J. Marx, H. Bedinghaus, J. Luebbers, B. Riesenbeck, G. Mentrup. Fifth row: H. Elsaesser, L. Reiring, R. Stienbeck, J. Stanton, J. Martini, D. Salamoni. Sixth row: T. Brennan, P. Minning, G. Sutter, T. Bushman, J. Broxterman, D. Hendy. Seventh row: T. Hetterman, J. Kenkel, H. Streit, W. Berra, T. Lee, R. Poland. Eighth row: K. Lovering, T. Kolleck, K. Niehiesel, M. Mulcahey, T. Rodgers, J. Kelly. DIAMOND STARS CONTINUE WINNING WAYS EIder's Panthers are looking for their seventh state championship title to break their own record of six champion- ships set in 1959. Returning from last year's squad are pitchers Tom Tiettmeyer, Joe Scherer, Terry Rodgers, and Bob Metz, intielders Bob Steinbeck and Jerry Marx, outtielders Jim Kain and Butch Bedinghaus. I66 5 1 5 I' Prospecfive sfafe champs look on as Tietimeyer displays swing which made him last year's Top hiffer. Poland and Klusman shoot 1he bull in the bullpen. Bedinghaus works The stiffness out af The first practice. Tieftmeyer and Scherer are Coach Dieringer's left-hand men Hassett iust cut loose with his best pitch, a bean-ball. Rogers' wrist action makes the ball a blur too. l68 "Just another busher," think Klusman and Enginger as Apke tries to make an impression with his form. Although it doesn't look it, Tiettmeyer and Marx have been with more championship Teams than Casey Stengel. 1960 TRACK TEAM T960 TRACK TEAM CANDIDATES: First rovv, left to right: D. Tope, J. Block, L. Groen, W. Wiesner, F. Wagner, T. Kiehl, D. Menkhaus. Second row: G. Tracy, M. Urti, M. Stevens, H. Stoeberl, J. Kneipp, J. Munnlnghoff, W. Robbe, E. Krekeler. Third row: T. Apke, B. Roncker, P. Stacy, H. Deitsch, J. Fielder, T. Steele, M. Kahsar, J. Menkhaus. Fourth row: E.. Pitstick, G. Miller, T. Tromey, J. Roney, T. McGrath, A. Pagano, L. Tepe, M. Reinert. Fifth row: H. Voigt, P. Niehaus, T. Shields, J. Murray, T. Klett, J. Destitano, W. Lieber, T. Cavanaugh, J. Brofft. Sixth row: W. McGowan, J. Purcell, D. Stuart, J. Seher, J. Dattilo, N. Lautenbach, M. Grace, R. Hennekes, T. Hater. Seventh row: J. Bertsch. T. Schroot, T. Jansing, R. DiMuzio, P. Morgan, J. Berry, R. Benzinger, R, Bassett. Eighth row: L. Dreyer, T. Donahue, P. Block, P. Lipps, M. Klusman, P. Ploetz, J. Kramer, F. Kooymans, Back row: H. Schutte, T. Rosfelder. TRACK TEAM HAD RECORD TURNOUT With a record turnout for the 1960 season, the track team produced respectable scores in the three Greater Cincinnati League Track Meets. The pictures on the following pages were taken late in February to make the an- nual deadline. I69 TRACK Rick Bassett Cleftj has a pretty fast carg but Bob Roncker intends to find out how he moves on foot, H. Schutte was never in any danger of bumping his head on the gym rafters. I70 McCarth's legs seem to have grown since last year, but his arms didn't. Apke frightj has no sweat. TRACK Qgfza R. Hennekes-before. "And I've been Taliing Gerifol for only 'IO short days." Mike Kahsar of Cincinnati, Ohio, writes, "I was once a 70 lb vveakling . . ." William Hargreaves: "I go? if This far, now what do I do." l7I SENIQR DIRECTORY . . . ADVERTISERS V 'Hi '4?' ww ,: . fe if f!! I f 1 1 X f f n- as .J .x ' ' ,h . x " -4,.,, , A i f , Sb 1 gg!! 3 1 11- my , ., . ,.. W .V , 4 A! 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ABRAMS 5231 Highview Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Elderaide 2 MICHAEL ADOLF 3153 Hanna Avenue C111 Our Lady of Visitation C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 2, 3 JEROME AGEE 956 Edgetree Lane C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C. DONALD AMES 127 Thelma Avenue C331 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C., Elderaide 1, 2, Football 1, 2 ANTHONY ANDRIACCO 2552 Bartlett Street C141 Saint Leo C.S.M.C. DONALD ARCHBOLD 4964 Western Hills Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3 ROBERT AUEL 4110 Homelawn Avenue C1 11 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C., Chess Club 3, 4, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ANTHONY AUGUSTINE 4065 Homelawn Avenue C111 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Track 3, 4 BERNARD J. AUSTING 1089 Beechmeadow Lane C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Band Review 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Track 2, Honor Letter 1, 2, Honor Pin 1 RICHARD AVERBECK 1039 Benz Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Chemistry Club 4, Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Honor Letter 1 JEROME BAIN 919 Elberon Ave. C51 Holy Family C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 2, Honor Pin 2, Dramatics 4 DANIEL R. BARESWILT 757 Sedam Street C41 Our Lady of Perpetual Help C.S.M.C., Activities Committee ROBERT A. BARRY 2094 Ebenezer Road C331 Our Lady of Victory C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Elderaide 1, Band Review 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Honor Letter 2, 3 PAUL L. BARWICK 4820 North Bend Road C111 Saint Ignatius C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 3, Quill Staff 4, Chemistry Club 4, Honor Letter 1, 2, 3, Honor Pin 2, 3, Activities Committee 4, White Eversharp 2, Editor of Purple Quill 4 RICHARD A. BASSETT 5572 Werk Road C111 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C,, Track 3, 4 GARY E. BECKER 4013 St. Lawrence Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4 JEROME J. BECKMAN 907 Seton Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Track 3, 4, Dramatics 3 ROBERT O. BECKMEYER 4656 Delhi Pike C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C. HAROLD B. BEDINGHAUS 1196 Neeb Road C381 Saint William C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 1, 4, Athletic Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM D. BEHRMAN 2910 Fischer Place C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Track 3, 4 CHARLES J. BEMERER 5623 Victory Drive C331 Our Lady of Victory C.S.M.C. JOHN H. BERNINGER 3003 Devils Backbone C381 Our Lady ot Visitation C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 4, Track 4, Activities Committee 4 DAVID F. BERRYMAN 726 Wilbud Drive C51 Saint William C.S.M.C. SENIOR DIRECTORY ROBERT J. BERTE 3664 Warsaw Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Poster Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, Band Review 3, 4, Track 3, Honor Letter 1, 2, Honor Pin 1 ROBERT K. BIEDENHARN 4342 Ridgeview Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C. HAROLD J. BINDER 5669 Victory Drive C331 Our Lady of Victory C.S.M.C., Baseball 1, Honor Letter 1, 2, Honor Pin 1 DONALD J. BIRKENHEUER 3029 S. Hegry Circle C381 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Honor Letter 3 DENNIS R. BLAKE 3188 River Road C41 Our Lady of Perpetual Help C.S.M.C. JOHN D. BLOCK 3023 Werk Road C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 4, Poster Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, Camera Club 1, 2, Band Review 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4 EDWARD A. BODE 1036 Lockman Avenue C381 Saint William C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football 2 GILBERT H. BOLLINGER 1642 Atson Lane C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4 DANIEL J. BRADFORD 1214 Rutledge Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Athletic Manager 4 JOHN H. BRATER 3727 Wieman Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 2 BARRIE L. BRAUCH 4259 West 8th Street C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Football 1 JAMES L. BRAUN 7114 Springdale Road C111 Saint Bernard C.S.M.C., Vigilante 3, Chemistry Club 4, Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Letter 2, 3, Honor Pin 2, 3, White Eversharp 2 JOHN E. BRAUN 7114 Springdale Road C111 Saint Bernard C.S.M.C., Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL P. BRENNAN 5578 Glenway Avenue C381 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 1, 2, Athletic Manager 3, 4, Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, Basketball 1, Baseball 3, 4, Track 4 DANIEL N. BRINKER 791 Delhi Road C41 Our Lady of Perpetual Help C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4 PATRICK G. BROGAN 1415 Covedale Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Band Review 4, Basketball 1 MICHAEL D. BROSNAN 4426 Carnation Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, Baseball 4, Honor Letter 1, 2 THOMAS E. BROWN 545 Considine Avenue C41 Holy Family C.S.M.C. JOHN B. BROXTERMAN 3228 Brater Avenue C111 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football 1, Activities Committee 4, Baseball 4 JOHN BERNARD BUSCHE 958 Kirbert Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence Poster Club 4, Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 4, Track 4 WILLIAM D. BUSCHUR 227 Wesselman Road, R.R. 2 Saint Bernard C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Football 1 W. GARY BUSH 1639 Atson Lane C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Honor Letter 1, Honor Pin 1 JAMES W. CAMPBELL 3320 Van Zandt Drive C111 Saint Ignatius C.S.M.C., Honor Pin 2 ANTHONY S. CARLE 3064 Crestmoor Avenue C381 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football 1, Dramatics 4 SENIOR DIRECTORY THOMAS L. CASEY 3955 Janet CI I1 Saint Aloysius CG1 C.S.M.C., Vigilante 3 ROGER J. CASSIERE 2864 Montana Avenue CI I1 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Activities Committee 4 MICHAEL A. CHESSEY 823 Chateau Avenue C41 Holy Family C.S.M.C. PETER N. CHOUTEAU 45I4 Allenham C41 Saint Vincent De Paul C.S.M.C. VERNON R. CHOUTEAU 3766 Edgar C41 Saint Vincent De Paul C.S.M.C. CHARLES R. CIRRINCIONE I25O Rosemont Avenue Resurrection C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Honor Letter I, Honor Pin I JAMES E. COLEMAN 808 Academy Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Band Review 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Letter I, 2, 3, Honor Pin I JAMES R. COLLINS 3632 W. Liberty C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 3, 4, Poster Club 4, Dramatics 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL A. CONNELLY 723 Sedam Street C41 Our Lady of Perpetual Help C.S.M.C., Band I, 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation 3, 4, Poster Club 4, Band Re- view 3, 4 MICHAEL F. CROWE 765 Wilbud Drive C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Bowling 4 PATRICK T. CUMMINGS 3938 S. Clerose Circle C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Elderaide I, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Dramatics 3 RICHARD M. CUNNINGHAM 6863 Kern Drive CII1 Saint Bernard C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Elderaide I, 2, 3, 4, Football I PATRICK P. DAGLEY 3952 Davis Avenue CI I1 Saint Martain C.S.M.C. FRED J. DAVIS 5035 Relleum Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Dramatics 3, 4 RICHARD E. DAVIS 3258 Pickbury Drive CI I1 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Elderaide I, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4, Football I DENNIS W. DAY I245 First Avenue C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Football I, 2-, 3, 4 RONALD W. DELFENDAHL I325 Mimosa Lane C381 Saint Antoninus C.S.M.C., Elderaide 3, 4, Camera Club 3, 4 ROBERT A. DELLBRUGGE 439 Morrvue Drive C381 Our Lady of Victory C.S.M.C., Activities Committee JOHN G. DEPENBROCK 530 Purcell Avenue C51 Holy Family C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Poster Club 4, Band Review 3, 4, Dramatics I, 2, 3, 4, Activities Committee CHARLES G. DIETRICH 3624 Puhlman Avenue CI I1 Saint Martin C.S.M.C. EDWARD F. DISKEN I273 Gilsey Avenue C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 3, 4, Poster Club 4, Track 3, Honor Letter 2 JEROME N. DOEPKER 528 Rosemont Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C. WILLIAM H. DOEPKER 5I45 Cleves Warsaw C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football I, 2, Baseball I JAMES T. DOYLE 4038 Heyward Avenue C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Honor Letter I, Bowling 4 THOMAS J. DREES 2858 Allview Circle C381 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher I, Elderaide I SENIOR DIRECTORY HOWARD J. DUMONT 715 Considine Avenue C51 Holy Family C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club, Camera Club 1, 2 EDWARD J. ELSAESSER 816 Kreis Lane C51 Saint William C.S.M.C. JAMES D. ENGEL 4305 St. Martin C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4 WILLIAM A. ENGHAUSER 3172 Mozart Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Honor Pin 2 DONALD J. ENGINGER 3930 Delmar Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4, Honor Letter 4, Baseball President of Band 4 LAWRENCE L. ESSEN 3556 Lakewood C1 11 Saint Jude C.S.M.C., Track 3 RUSSELL D. 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FOX 2816 Sterrett C41 Our Lady of Grace C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Elderaide 1, 2 STEPHEN J. FOX 3106 Pershing Court C111 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Football 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3 RALPH A. FREEMAN 816 Neeb Road C331 Our Lady of Victory C.S.M.C. RICHARD A. FREEMAN 570 Rosemont Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Secretary of Class 4F HARRY E. FRY 5012 Ralph Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 2, 3, 4 GERALD L. GALLO 5537 Green Acre C1 1 1 Saint Aloysius CG1 C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4 ROBERT J. GAVIN 1129 McPherson Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C. SENIOR DIRECTORY DAVID L. GEISER 2887 Harrison Avenue C115 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football 1, 2, 3 GERALD G. GILKEY 471 Crestline Avenue C55 Holy Family C.S.M.C., Public Relations Department 4 THOMAS W. GOETTKE 958 Oakland Avenue C55 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 1, Basketball 2 DARYL C. GRAFF 3997 Kenkel Avenue C115 Saint Aloysius CBJ C.S.M.C., Elderaide 1 PAUL R. GRAMANN 3435 Price Avenue C55 Holy Family Poster Club 4, C.S.M.C. HAROLD J. GRAMKE 3455 Moonridge C115 Saint Jude C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Quill Staff 1, Band Review 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Junior Safety Council Vice President 3 KENNETH A. GRAVES 4251 West 8th Street C55 Saint William C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Poster Club 4, Band Review 4, Honor Letter 2, Athletic Manager 1, Junior Activities Committee 3 RICHARD F. GRAWE 4440 Carnation Avenue C55 Saint William C.S.M.C., Poster Club, Chemistry Club 4 JOHN A. GREENLEE 5606 Karen Avenue C115 Saint Aloysius lG5 C.S.M.C., White Eversharp 2 ROBERT A. GREINER 4133 Saint Williarn C55 Saint Williarn C.S.M.C., Poster Club, Activities Committee 4 J. ROBERT GREULICH 2636 Gehrum Lane C385 Saint Bonaventure C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Camera Club 2 J. MICHAEL GRIMM 1028 Rosemont Avenue C55 Saint William C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football 2 LOUIS H. GROEN 3040 Coral Pk. C115 Our Lady ot Lourdes Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Poster Club 4, Music Appreciation 4, Chemistry Club 4, Band Review 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Honor Pin 3 THOMAS J. GROVE 1117 Gilsey Avenue C55 Saint William C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 2, Athletic Manager 2, Elderaide 2, Chemistry Club 4, Football 2 DAVID C. GUNTER 837 Beech Avenue C55 Saint William C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 1, Chemistry Club 4, Elderaide 2, 3, 4 RICHARD P. GUTEKUNST 1243 McKeone Avenue C55 Saint William C.S.M.C., Band Review 4 LOUIS W. GUTZWILLER 918 Enright Avenue C55 Saint Lawrence Poster Club, Camera Club 3, C.S.M.C. LEO A. HAAS 4015 West Liberty C55 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4, Honor Letter I, 2, 3, Dramatics 1, Band President 3 MICHAEL E. HALLORAN 473 Wilke Drive C385 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C., Football 1, 2, Activities Committee 4 WALTER M. HAUSLADEN 1009 Academy Avenue C55 Saint William C.S.M.C., Public Relations Department 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Quill Staff 4, Chemistry Club 4, Camera Club 3, 4, Honor Letter 3, Honor Pin 3 JEROME E. HEIDEMANN 1960 Faycrest Drive C385 Saint Antoninus C.S.M.C. EUGENE T. HELMES 3319 Gerold Drive C385 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C. JEROME R. HENZ 935 Woodlawn Avenue C55 Holy Family C.S.M.C., Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4 SENIOR DIRECTORY THOMAS H. HILVERT 2750 Shatter Avenue C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 3, 4 WILLIAM P. HOERST 3720 Woodbine Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2 THOMAS R. HOGUE 2202 Ebenezer Road C111 Our Lady of Victory C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 2, 3, Stadium Usher 1, Poster Club 4, Athletic Man- ager 1 ROBERT K. HOLLOWAY 1601 Ross Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football 1 ROBERT W. HOLMES 5231 Ralph Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Track 1 WILLIAM J. HOLMES 3398 Alta Vista Place C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football 1 RONALD L. HOLWADEL 1224 Beech Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Elderaide 1, Football 1, 2, Track 4, Honor Pin 2 KENNETH F. HORN 2535 St. Leo Place C251 Saint Leo C.S.M.C., Honor Pin 3 EDWARD J. HUBERT 2365 Iroll Avenue C111 Saint Leo C.S.M.C. JON C. HURSTING 7626 Bridgetown Road C1 I 1 Our Lady ot Visitation C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Chemistry Club, Baseball 1, Honor Letter 1, 2, 3, President of the Activities Committee 4 JOSEPH L. IMHOLTE 6506 Home City C331 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club, Honor Letter 1, Dramatics 1 WILLIAM J. INSKEEP 4774 Prosperity Place C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Band Review 3 MICHAEL J. JACOBS 1729 Gellenbeck Avenue C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football 1, 2, Activities Committee 4 ALLEN L. JAISLE 2884 Carroll Drive C111 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Chemistry Club 4 ROBERT C. JAMES 3752 Francis Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Track 2, 3, Cheerleader THOMAS J. JANSING 1071 Covedale Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Band Review 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4 MARK J. JOSEPH 5315 Delhi Ave. C381 Our Lady of Victory C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4 MICHAEL J. JUMP 1007 Gilsey Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 1, 2 JAMES R. KAIN 3503 Markay Avenue C111 Saint Jude C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3 THOMAS J. KAPPAS 588 Grand Avenue C51 Holy Family C.S.M.C. JAMES R. KATHMAN 3407 Alta Vista C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Football 1, Honor Letter 1 CHARLES P. KAUFHOLD 976 Oakland Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Band Review 3, Honor Pin 1, 2, Honor Guard 4 WILLIAM C. KEENAN 2573 Trevor Place C251 Saint Leo C.S.M.C. JAMES L. KEINER 901 Rutledge Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Honor Letter 2 HUBERT J. KENNEDY 858 Academy Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Football 1 SENIOR DIRECTORY THOMAS H. KING 1049 Woodlawn Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4 THOMAS J. KLETT 4243 Marlin Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4, Poster Club 4, Track 3, 4 ALBERT L. KLOSTERMAN 3960 Raceview Avenue C111 Saint Aloysius CG1 C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Honor Pin 2 RONALD J. KLOSTERMAN 4754 Highridge C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Honor Pin 3 CHARLES W. KLUG 2341 Nicholson C111 Saint Leo C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, Band Review 3, 4, Honor Pin 3 JAMES A. KLUG 568 Davenport Avenue C41 Holy Family C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4 KENNETH F. KLUSMAN 3840 Church Lane C111 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C., Football 1, Baseball 3, 4 THOMAS J. KOTZBAUER 4111 Vinedale Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Honor Letter 2 DAVID W. KRABACHER 9366 Candy Lane C311 Saint Vivians C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 1, 2, Honor Pin 1 JOHN E. KRECHTING 4952 Cleves Pike C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Football 1, Baseball 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 EUGENE W. KREIMER 2645 Montana Avenue C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Camera Club 1 LAWERENCE J. KREIMER 3857 Reemlin Road C111 Saint Ignatius C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 1, Chess Club 1, Chemistry Club 4, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4 NORBERT F. KROEGER 3728 Dina Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C. DONALD J. KUMPF 6629 Hillside Avenue C331 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C. DAVID A. LAKAMP 3123 South Road C111 Our Lady of Visitation C.S.M.C. JAMES J. LAMBERT 3322 Satter Avenue C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Chess Club 1, Chemistry Club 4, Football 1, 2 LAWERENCE W. LARKINS 4077 West 8th C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2 FRANK X. LAUCK 2344 Wyoming Avenue C141 Saint Bonaventure C.S.M.C., Eldraide 1, 2, 3, 4 EDWARD J. LAWS 3338 Crestview C111 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Chess Club 1, Chemistry Club 4 GEORGE P. LINK' 1234 Carson Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 3, Poster Club 4, Band Review 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4 PAUL R. LOUIS 843 Beech Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Chess Club 1, Chemistry Club 4 KENNETH A. LUCKEY 4739 Loretta Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C. RICHARD H. LUDWIG 4225 West 8th Street C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4 JEROME F. LUEBBERS 4586 Delhi Road C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Track 4 TERRENCE M. LYONS 925 Seton Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Athletic Manager 1, Vice President of Class 4-F SENIOR DIRECTORY LAWRENCE E. MAIFELD 2875 St. Catherine C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 1, 2, 3, 4, Quill Staff 1, Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowl- ing 4 WILLIAM C. MARTIN 1123 Illif Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 1, 2, 3, Honor Pin I, 2 GERALD LEE MARX 527 Greenwell Avenue C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Football 1, 4, Baseball 1, 3, 4, Honor Letter 1, 2, 3 EDWIN G. MASMINSTER 5536 Karen Avenue C111 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C., Track 3 JOHN W. McNALLY 4014 Saint Lawrence C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4 DENNIS J. McRAE 1121 Rosemont Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C. JAMES W. McSORLEY 6066 Werk Road C111 Our Lady of' Lourdes C.S.M.C., Football 1 PATRICK H. MEEHAN 5637 Cookie Lane C381 Saint Antoninus C.S.M.C., Chess Club 2, Poster Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, Band Review 3, Honor Letter 3, Dramatics 4, Activities Committee 4 JAMES A. MERKHOFER 2817 Dunaway Court C1 11 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4 RUDOLPH J. METSCH 4312 Bridgetown Road C111 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C. JOSEPH G. METZLER 6226 Hillside Avenue C331 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C. DANIEL E. MEYER 4931 Western Hills Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Camera Club LAWRENCE J. MEYER 4294 Homelawn Avenue C111 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C., Dramatics THOMAS A. MEYER 3844 Mirror Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 1, 2 THOMAS S. MEYER 5129 Ralph Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C. CLEMENT J. MIDDENDORF 634 Steiner Avenue C41 Our Lady of Perpetual Help C.S.M.C., Band 1 ,2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4 THOMAS H. MILLER 4667 Shady Lane C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 4, Band Review 4 WILLIAM E. MILLER 3965 Lovell Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Track 3 JAMES L. MILLWARD 1088 Covedale Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 1, Greek Club, Chemistry Club 4, Camera Club 1, 2 CHARLES F. MINNECI 4379 West 8th Street C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Football 2, 4 JOHN H. MOELLER 5168 Ralph Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C. WILLIAM B. MOELLER 5168 Ralph Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C. JEROME J. MONAHAN 1239 Considine Avenue C41 Our Lady of Grace C.S.M.C., Poster Club, Elderaide 1, 2, Chemistry Club 4 JOHN A. MONDARY 4774 Rapid Run Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Band 1, Poster Club 4, Football 1, Basketball 1 GARY R. MONNIG 2752 Shaffer Avenue C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 1 SENIOR DIRECTORY JAMES A. MONNIG 3145 Ebenezer Road C111 Our Lady of Visitation C.S.M.C. JOHN J. MORBITZER 1088 Omena Place C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C. DENNIS R. MORGAN 3278 Montana Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4, Honor Letter 1, Honor Pin 1 JAMES G. MORMAN 493 Pedretti Avenue C381 Our Lady of Victory C.S.M.C., Activities Committee CARL A. MUCKERHEIDE 1137 Covedale Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4 THOMAS E. MURPHY 3402 Mayfair Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4, Honor Letter 1, 2 THEODORE P. NAEGELE 1743 Gellenbeck C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Band Review 3, 4, Honor Letter 3, Dramatics 1 KENNETH F. NEIHEISEL 5945 Bridgetown Road C111 Saint Jude C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Football 1, Baseball 1, Honor Letter 1, 2 NICHOLAS A. NEIHEISEL 3629 Mozart Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Poster Club DAVID K. NIEHOFF 4047 West 8th Street C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Track 3 DENNIS J. NOLTE 1150 Nancy Lee Lane C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Honor Pin 1 CHARLES W. NORTON 3271 Fiddler's Green C111 Our Lady of Visitation C.S.M.C., Quill Staff 1, Band Review 3, 4 RAYMOND F. OBER 1719 First Avenue C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 1 NEIL J. O'CONNOR 3054 West Tower C381 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Quill Staff 3, 4, Band Review 4, Dramatics 4, Annual Staff 4, Activities Committee 4 THOMAS W. OKER 3165 Werk Road C111 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Football 1, Dramatics 4 PHILLIP T. OLIVER 2526 St. Leo C251 Saint Leo C.S.M.C. CLARENCE L. OTT 4810 Hillside Avenue C331 Saint Vincent DePaul C.S.M.C. MICAEL P. OTTAWAY 964 Delhi Avenue C41 Our Lady ot Perpetual Help C.S.M.C., Football 1, 2, 3 JOHN P. OWENS 5642 Foley Road C381 Our Lady of Victory C.S.M,C., Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Letter 2, Track 2, 3, 4 ALLAN J. PANTLE 3995 Janward Drive C111 Saint Aloysius CG1 C.S.M.C., Chess Club 2, Quill Staff 1, Honor Letter 1, 2, 3, Honord Pin 1, 2, 3 JOSEPH A. PEDOTO 468 Samoht Ridge C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C,, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Activities Committee RAYMOND J. PFALZ 5571 Silverpoint Drive C111 Saint Ignatius C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4 WILLARD M. PITCHFORD 1004 Fisk Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Poster Club, Football 1, Basketball 1, Activities Committee 4 RUSSELL F. POLAND 3639 Joana Place C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 THOMAS C. PRICE 2878 Shatter Avenue C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Letter 2, 3, Honor Pin 1, 2, 3 SENIOR DIRECTORY ALBERT L. PROST 1238 Ross Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Quill Statt 3, Honor Letter 1 MICHAEL J. PURSIFULL 3706 MoonridgeC111 Saint Jude C.S.M.C. GARY L. RAECKERS 4025 West Liberty C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Football 1, Honor Letter 1 RONALD M. RAHE 413 Plum C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4 JOHN P. RAY 2845 Ratterman Avenue C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Activities Club 4 WILLIAM F. REEVES 4946 Western Hills C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 2 MICHAEL H. REICHRATH 721 Grand Avenue C51 Holy Family C.S.M.C., Football 1 JAMES W. REINHART 1221 Fairbanks Avenue C51 Our Lady of Grace C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 1, 2 EDWARD J. RENNEKAMP 3862 Virginia Court C111 Saint Jude C.S.M.C. RAYMOND D. RENNER 1817 Minion Avenue C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Football 1, Track 3, 4 RAYMOND N. REUSS 3863 Evers Street C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Elderaide 1, Football 1 DONALD P. REVERMAN 4781 Highridge Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C. RICHARD W. RHOADES 2583 Lakewood C111 Saint Jude C.S.M.C. LAWRENCE W. ROBBINS 3870 Chatwood Court C1 11 St. Jude C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Band Review 3, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, Track 4 THOMAS C. ROEDERSHEIMER 3284 Dunn Court C381 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Band Review 3, Honor Pin 3 RONALD P. ROLFES 3987 Race Road C111 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C., Track 3 RALPH B. ROSEN 441 Wilke Drive C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C., Camera Club 1 TERRY H. ROSFELDER 3948 Grace Avenue C111 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Band Review 3, 4, Honor Letter 3 EDWARD L. ROWLEY 426 Greenwell C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C. JEFF C. RUFF 1332 Mimosa Lane C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C. JAMES R. RUTENSCHROER 3747 Montort Heights C111 Saint Ignatius C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 1, 2, Honor Pin 1 WILLIAM G. SANDER 1038 Coronado Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Football 1 KENNETH T. SCHACHLEITER 3230 Donnybrook C391 Corpus Christi C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Honor Letter 1 NORBERT J. SCHEPER 5925 Glenway Avenue C381 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Band Review 3, 4, Football 1 JOSEPH G. SCHERER 340 Bob Drive C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C., Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 4 TOBY CHARLES SCHILLER 6530 Parkland Avenue C331 Saint Aloysius C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Elderaide 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Base- ball 1, Honor Letter 1 V l I83 SENIOR DIRECTORY THOMAS J. SCHLINKERT 698 Overlook Avenue C381 Saint William C.S.M.C., President ot C.S.M.C. 4, Music Appreciation 2, 3, 4, President of Music Appreciation 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, Quill Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor ot Purple Quill 4, Band Review 3, 4, Honor Letter 2, Dramatics 4, White Eversharp 2, Activities Committee 4, Public Relations 3, 4, Poster Club 4 MELVIN B. SCHLOMER 2003 Western Northern Boulevard C251 Our Lady of Presentation C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, 3, Music Appreciation 3, Band Review 3, Track 3, Honor Letter 1, 2 EDWARD C. SCHMIDT 2036 Yoast Avenue C251 Saint Leo C.S.M.C. JEROME C. SCHOCH 534 S. Delridge Saint Dominic C.S.M.C. DAVID SCHORSCH 814 Rosemont Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football 2 ROBERT SCHRAGE 3954 North Clerose Circle C51 Saint William C.S.M.C., Band Review 3, 4, Football 1 GERALD L. SCHROEDER 4740 Rapid Run Pike C381 Saint William C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 1, 2, 3, 4, Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1,.2, Football 1 THOMAS B. SCHROOT 7181 Bridgetown Road Cl 1 1 Our Lady of Visitation C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 4, Track 3, 4, Activities Committee FRANK A. SCHULZ 2740 Diehl Road C111 Saint Ignatius C.S.M.C. PAUL J. SCHULZ 9 Saratoga Street C41 Blessed Sacrament C.S.M.C. DANIEL J. SCHUMAN 3749 Wieman Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C. HOWARD J. SCHUTTE 3455 Corrine Avenue C381 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 4, Band Review 3, 4 JAMES R. SCHUTTE 4829 Fehr Road C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C. ROBERT A. SCHWAB 3427 Hilda Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4 TERRENCE SEGER 4982 Relleum Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Honor Pin 3 JOSEPH J. SEIBERT 5033 Western Hills Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 3, 4, Public Relations 3, Quill Staff 3, 4, Poster Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, Band Review 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Honor Letter 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, White Eversharp 2, Activities Committee 4 TIMOTHY T. SEREY 4331 Ridgeview Avenue C381 Saint William C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 1, Poster Club 4, Activities Committee 4, Annual Statt4 DANIEL P. SHARKEY 1713 Minion Avenue C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Football 1 WILLIAM J. SHAW 832 Harris Avenue C51 Saint William C.S.M.C. DANIEL E. SIEMER 3603 Everett Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C. JOHN W. SOHMER 2840 Werk Road C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Band Review 4 SENIOR DIRECTORY RICHARD L. SOLOMON 5665 Glenway Avenue C385 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Track 3, Activities Committee 4, Physics Club 3 RICHARD T. STACEY 5863 Devon Ct. C11 5 Saint Jude C.S.M.C. GERALD W. STALF 6034 Cleves Warsaw Pike C385 Our Lady of Victory C.S.M.C. FRANK J. ST. CHARLES 500 Angel Nook C385 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Band Review 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain of Varsity Football 4, Baseball 1, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3 THOMAS J. STIENS 1054 Kries Lane C55 Saint William C.S.M.C., Activities Committee 4 THOMAS L. STOCKELMAN 3978 Grace Avenue C115 Saint Aloysius CG5 C.S.M.C., Elderaide 1, Honor Letter 1, 2 PHILLIP A. STOEBERL 4426 Delhi Road C385 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 1, 2, 3, Honor Pin 1, 2 JAMES J. SUNDERMAN 3651 Allview Circle C385 Our Lady of Lourdes C.S.M.C., Activities Committee 4 JOHN R. SWEENEY 387 Fairbanks Avenue C45 Our Lady of Perpetual Help C.S.M.C. DALE A. TEKULVE 3843 Maywood Ct. C115 Saint Aloysius CG5 C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 2, Elderaide 2 CHARLES E. TEPE 2897 Harrison Avenue C115 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football 1, Activities Committee 4 FRANCIS X. THERNES 3759 St. Lawrence C115 Saint Martin DONALD G. THEURER 4105 Trevor Avenue C115 Saint Martin C.S.M.C. JAMES R. THIEMAN 4313 Marlin Avenue C115 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2 MICHAEL C. THREM 77O Summit Avenue C45 Holy Family C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4 THOMAS N. TIETTMEYER 4942 Poinsettia Drive C385 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 4 PETER L. TOPICZ 2853 Westbrook Drive C115 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Camera Club 3, Track 3 LAWRENCE G. TURNER 4561 Mayhew Avenue C385 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C. ROBERT W. UHLENBROCK 1812 Wegman Avenue C55 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Football 1 CHARLES B. VAN DE RYT 3846 Delmar Avenue C115 Saint Martin C.S.M.C. ARNOLD L. VENEMAN 1240 Amanda Place C55 Saint William C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Honor Pin 3 NORMAN W. WAGNER 3909 Race Road C115 Saint Aloysius CG5 C.S.M.C. THOMAS F. WALDRON 803 Academy Avenue C55 Saint William C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 4, Quill Staff 4, Poster Club 4, Band Review 3, 4, Honor Pin 2, Annual Staff 4 JOHN W. WALL 1236 Gilsey Avenue C55 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, Honor Letter 2, 3 JOHN T. WALSH 647 Hawthorne Avenue C55 Holy Family C.S.M.C. JOSEPH T. WALSH 2344 Glenway Avenue C45 Blessed Sacrament C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4 SENIOR DIRECTORY EDWARD A. WALTZ 4125 Heyward Street C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Poster Club 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Honor Pin 1 CARL J. WEBER 1052 Gilsey C51 Saint William C.S.M.C. JAMES C. WEBER 1641 First Avenue C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C. JEROME J. WEBER 3197 Glenmore Avenue C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4 RONALD E. WEBERDING 3571 Neiheisel Avenue C111 Saint Jude C.S.M.C. EOGENE F. WEGMAN 1255 Ross Ave. Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C. JOSEPH F. WEGMAN 3353 Wunder Avenue C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Band 1, 2, Poster Club 4, Band Review 3, 4 WILLIAM D. WEGMAN 4058 Akochia Avenue C51 Resurrection C.S.M.C., Football 1, 2 JAMES J. WEINKAM 2821 Shatter Avenue C111 Saint Catherine C.S.M.C., Chess Club 3, 4, Honor Letter 3, Honor Pin 3 EDWARD C. WETZEL 6965 Sandal Court C11 1 Our Lady ot Visitation C.S.M.C. FRANK J. WHALEN 4530 Roth Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Band Review 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4 NIKOLAS WICK 1260 First Avenue C51 Saint Lawrence C.S.M.C. WILLIAM G. WIESNER 5470 Eula Avenue C111 Saint Aloysius KG1 C.S.M.C., Stadium Usher 2, 3, 4, Elderaide 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Review 3, 4, Track 3, 4 BERNARD W. WILKINSON 3600 Coral Gables Road C111 Saint Jude C.S.M.C., Cheerleader 4, Band Review 4 GEORGE A. WILLIAMSON 3639 Edgebrook Drive C111 Saint Jude C.S.M.C., Chemistry Club 4, Honor Letter 1, 2, Honor Pin 1 JOHN E. WINDHOLTZ 5341 Glenway C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C. THOMAS J. WINTERHALTER 5035 Sidney Road C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C. GARY J. WITSKEN 4915 Heuwerth Avenue C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 3, Athletic Manager 1, Chemistry Club 4, Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, Honor Letter 3, Honor Pin 2, 3 JOSEPH E. WITSON 3751 Wilmar Drive C111 Saint Martin C.S.M.C. - RICHARD L. WITTERSTAETTER 455 Sarnoht Ridge C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C., Baseball 1, 3, 4 WILLIAM W. WITTICH 795 Neeb Road C381 Our Lady of Victory C.S.M.C. RICHARD L. WITTERSTAETTER 455 Sanftoht Ridge C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C. 4 MICHAEL E. WUEST 5019 Casa Loma Blvd. C381 Saint Teresa C.S.M.C., Music Appreciation 3 RAYMOND A. YEAZELL 5718 Eula Avenue C111 Saint Jude C.S.M.C., Honor Letter 3, Honor Pin 2 . CHARLES A. ZUBER 354 Greenwell C381 Saint Dominic C.S.M.C. Standing, left to right: J. Wall, T. Seger, M. Threm, L. Veneman, C. Weber, R. Yeazel, R. Weberding, J. Monahan, J. Bain, G. Becker. First row: T. Serey, D. Sharkey, W. Shaw, D. Seimer, P. Stoeberl, J. Suncerman, C. Tepe. Second row: W. Sander, R. Schrage, T. Schroot, F. Schulz, D. Schman, H. Schutte. Third row: R. Pfalz, W. Pitchford, R. Rahe, M. Reichrath, E, Rennekamp, T. Roedersheimer. Fourth row: J. Morman, C. Muckerheide, D. Nolte, C. Norton, J. Owens, Fifth row: G. Bollinger, D. Graff, J. Greenlee, A. Klosterman. NAME LIKES Q DISLIKES AMBITION Jerry Bain, Money, Math, Make More Money . . . Gary Becker, Everything, Nothing, Lover ot Everything . . . Gil Bollinger, Girls, Drunks, Become a Millionaire . . . Daryl Graft . . . Everything, Nothing, Own Business . . . John Greenlee, Girls, Being Broke, Playboy . . . Louis Groen, History, Science, Own Business . . . Dan Meyer, Girls, People, Money . . . Jerry Monahan, TAK, Scags, Chess Champion . . .Jim Morman, Beer, School, Money . . . Carl Mucherheide, Records, School, Family Man . . . Dennis Nolte, Charles Norton . . . ???-w, a certain "49" Chev., Fultill the Master Plan . . . John Owens . . . Sleeping, Civics, a Saint . . . Joe Pedoto, Parties, Civics and 52 Chevs, Convertible and Money . . . Ray Pfalz, Guns and Cars, Civics, Success . . . Bill Pitchtord, Everything, School, Millionaire . . . Ron Rahe, Women, Fords, Radio and TV Technician . . . Mike Reichrath, Money, Civics, Engineer . . . Ed Rennekamp, Money School, Big Man . . . Tom Roedersheimer, Ping Pong, Work, Mattress Tester . . . Bill Sander, Curley, Shemp, Salesman . . . Bob Schrage, Everything, Trig, Go to College . . . Tom Schroot, "Sam", Very Little, Be Successful . . . Frank Schulz, Women, Rahe, to be a Saint . . . Dan Schuman, Girls, Boys, to Be a Martyr. . . Howard Schutte, William Shake- speare, Rock and Roll, No Ambition . . . Terry Seger, Sleep, Krent's Legs, Professional Boxer . . . Tim Serey, Julie London, 3, 2 Barrel Carbs, Mayor ot Las Vagas . . . Dan Sharkey, Free Days, Homework, Multi-Millionaire . . . Bill Shaw, Trig, Civics, Politician . . . Dan Siemer, Sports, Homework, Electrician . . . Phil Stoeberl, Skiing, Broken Leg, Doctor . . . Jim Sunderman, Beer, School, Few . . . Chuch Tepe, Girls, Boys, Artist . . .Mike Threm, Records, Work, Engineer . . . Lee Veneman, to Loat, Work, to Be a Bum. I87 SPONSORS GEORGE AUG BILL BERKEMEIER A FRIEND FRED E. BETZ HARRY CAPPEL CHARLENE'S BAKE SHOP CHEVIOT SHELL SERVICE DELHI FOUNDRY SAND COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND SEN. WILLIAM H. DEDDENS MR. AND MRS. EDGAR S. EDELMANN HARMEYER'S FOOD MARKET COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND MR. AND MRS. STANLEY HATER MR. AND MRS. JOHN B. JACOB JOSEPH D. KAMMER MR. AND MRS. PIERCE F. LANG FRANK MAUSE LESTER MEYER MILTON MILLER GREGORY C. NIEHAUS PELLERIN PONY KEG HAM ROLFES FRED M. SAGE, D.V.M. ALBERT L. SCHERER FRANK SCHILLING MR. AND MRS. E. J. SCHMERBER JOHN G. SCHOCK MR. AND MRS. H. J. SCHUTTE MR.AND MRS. HENRY F. SPECHT TOM AND BOB F. UNGER'S SONS WESTERN PAINT COMPANY LOUIS F. WESTERKAMP ARTWAY CLEANERS JUSTIN MACKE SPONSORS Dr. CI1arIes J. Arnann Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Corcoran Max Engler Dr. Wrn. E. HeiI Mr. and Mrs. John Kellison M. anol B. Delicaressen Mrs. Hilda Martin Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Masrninsrer Glengare De-IicaTe-ssen I88 Ralph R. Bauer Emmert G. Berns Ronald Biehl Mrs. Helen Boeing Butch, Brigit and Willie Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cafeo Charles Cirrincione Mrs. James Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Earl V. Conley Mr. and Mrs. Roger M. Crowe Michael L. Crowe J. Arthur Deters Mr. and Mrs. S. Doerger Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Doppes The Dowlings Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Edrich Bill Eppinghoff Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Flohn A friend Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Gildea Mr. and Mrs. Robert Godfrey Thomas Gravett Norb Guetle Mrs. Amelia Haas Gilbert Holscher Norval C. Horton SPONSORS Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hurst Raymond C. Kellerman Mr. and Mrs. E. J. King Lehkamp Family Terry LaFleur Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lehkamp David Lutterbei Clem L. Macke Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mallery Mary L. Martin James Miceli James R. Minges Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. O'Dell Frank Schnieders Mr. and Mrs. James Stavali Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Steimle Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Seurkamp Calvin J. Stone Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Tracey Mr. and Mrs. H. Trentman Warsaw Pony Keg Dick Wenz Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cummings Ed. J. Cummings, 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Bachman CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1960 THE ELDER WELFARE ASSOCIATION. Mr. William Wall ,L,,,I,,, Mr. Ralph Wuest 7,LL,,,,L Mrs. Edgar Edelman ,,,,,E,7 Mrs. L. W. Goettke .- Mrs. William Wall ,,a,,,,, . Rev. Urban J. Stang .,,, Officers President President Secretary Vice .. . ,...,,,. Recording .- Corresponding Secretary Secretary Financial ,,,, . .Treasurer Board of Directors Mr. Clem Macke Mr. Edward Stanton Mr. Ray Hilvert Mr. C. T. Cummings Mr. Clarence Waltz Mr. Francis Schroeder Mr. W. E. Corcoran .,.... . . Mrs. Neil O'Connor . Mrs. Evelynn Cavanaugh Mr. Elmer Harnist ,,,.,. . Mrs. Virginia Mulvey . . . Committee Chairmen . ,,,,,... .,,, .... P rogram W . , , . Membership .. ,,,,, ,,,,,., . ,,,,,., . Publicity . . ,,,. .,,,.,.. .. Refreshments .. Delegate to the Federation of Catholic P.T.A. There is no reason why every parent of an Elder student and every graduate should not belong to the Welfare Association. Dues 51.00 per year. ln the thirty years of its existence, the Association has given Elder High School over 528,000.00 worth of Permanent improvements. CLASS of 2H First row: David Cook, Robert Cushing, Anthony Edelmann, Timothy Fern, James Forrester, Michael Grace. Second row: Fred Guck, John Heffernan, Jerome Iles, Bartholemew Janson, Jerry Kneipp, Gregory Kosse, Lawrence Kotz, Third row: George Krabbe, Terrance Lee, Raymond Littleman, Paul Meyer, Edward Monahan, Daniel Petrosky. Fourth row: Daniel Salamone, Charles Stone, Ronald Strothman, William Tracy, Michael Urti. Standing: Michael Welsh, William Clyde, Ronald Risch, John Ciampone, Wayne Chapman, James Cafeo, Raymond Bode, Paul Block. Absent: Greg Dimuzio, James Kotzbauer, William Reinstatler, Fred Wehby. NAME NICKNAME LIKES DISLIKES AMBITION Paul Block, Paul, Money, School, Doctor . . . Ray Bode, Pee Wee, Girls, Jug, Lawyer . . . James Caefeo, Jim, Girls, Homework, Farmer . . . Wayne Chapman, Chysper, Girls, Everything else, bookie . . . John Ciampone, Shark, Girls, Skags, To be thin . . . Bill Clyde, Shorty, Girls, Jug, Pass Geometry . . . David Cook, Alphie, Boys, Girls, To be you know what! . . . Robert Cushing, Bob, Sports, Homework, Electrician . . . Robert Edelmann, Tony, Judy Buscher, lug, to marry J. B .... Gug DiMuzio, DiMuz, Cars, working, electrical engineer . . . Tim Fern, Ferno, No School, School, Teacher? . . . Tim Heffernan, Heffie, Sports, lug, bum . . . Jerry Isles, Tiger, Mogan David, English, Disc Jockey . . . Barry Janson, Bare, 2:45, Food, Lion Tamer . . . Jerry Kneipp, Pokey, IAK, Roby, Lazy . . . Greg Kosse, Sam, 2:45, Homework, Millionaire . . . Larry Kotz, Rag, Girls, Jug, AA . . . Jim Kotzbauer, Jimmy, Girls, Jug, To be a success . . . George Krabbe, Krab, Sports, School, Test Pilot . . . Ray Littleman, Bullets, Girls, 3rd Period, Be one of the three stooges . . . Paul Meyer, Tall Paul, Food, Homework, Pharmacist . . . Daniel Petroski, Dan, 2:45, English, Get out of school . . . Bill Reinstatler, "H," Football, School, Get out ot Elder . . . Ron Risch, Rocky, Girls, West Hi, Engineer . . . Dan Salomone, 8 ball, Girls, St. Xavier, Beer Sampler . . . Charles Stone, Rock, Money, Exams, Billionaire . . . Ron Strothman, Red Dog, Baseball, West Hi, Engineer . . . Mike Urti, Mike, Newport, 2-Bits, Vice Squad Chief . . . Fred Wehby, Clutch, Food, Homework, To be a chef . . . Ray Little- man, Bullets, Girls, 3rd Period, One of three Stooges. l9l GRADUATE TO COCA-COLA . . . be really refreshed! 'fgsfi1?gi'xr' Mew? 27 MARTINI BROS. QQ? R TEXACO e e Miwfrww .,, W WM W 72 59 X QQ 71 . K Q rr 6449 Glenway Avenue Y ug? Q Mo 2-3437 fl Xi 2? fi R R , i 'E r Tune-Up Brake Work 554mf4"M'f7Qf,,P-f 5 Minor Repairs C Nt,t yi ff 5 f LQ , xx W .I Road Servlce Am? X f fm .1 CLASS of 3G First row: R. Engelhardt, T. Espelage. Second row: M. Gehring, J. Godfrey, K. Grothaus, D. Hebaut, D. Hessdoerfer. Third row: R. Jones, J. Kaeser, T. Keller, J. Kelly, R. Klosterman, P. Knue, N. Hilgefort. Fourth row: M. Lynch, P. Minning, D. Murnan, T. Neiheise, J. Neyer, R. Roncker, J. Kohls. Fifth row: R. Schmerber, A. Garbett, D. Schuerman, J. Stanton, J. Steinker, J. Westendo-rf, D. Schmerber. Standing, left to right: E. Franks, R. Fosnot, J. Flanigan, D. Fitzgibbon, W. Eisenecher, J. Diers, W. Bruening, T. Brennan, G. Braunstein, J. Bast, J. Borcherding, Father R. Hentz, R. Huth. NAME LIKES DlSLlKES NICKNAME J. Bast, Football and Baseball, Homework and Tests, Yancy . . . J. Borcherding, Girls, Crisco Kids, Borch . . . G. Braunstein, Lil' Abner, Fan Mail, Gerry . . . T. Brennan, Singing, Signing Autographs, Fuzzy Chin . . . W. Bruening, Football, Long Hair, The Prompter . . . J. Diers, Eise'?, Greasers, Diersie . . . B. Eisenecher, Diersie? Cecil, Eise . . . B. Engelhardt, Girls, Work, Kook . . . T. Esplage, Nothing, Anything, Lightning . . . D. Fitzgibbon, Blandes, English, Fitz . . . J. Flanigan, Free Days, Beatniks, Flan . . . B. Fosnot, Cars, Scarlet Fever, Fuzzy . . . E. Franks, Red and White, This Ad, Ken . . . A. Garbett, Math, Daffodils, Rock . . . M. Gehring, Water Skiing, Sloppy Dressed Girls, Doll . . . J. Godfrey, Lunch, 8:40 A.M., Arthur . . . K. Grofhaus, Cars, Cash, and Chicks, '48 Plym- outh, Charlie . . . D. Hessdoerfer, Motorcycles, Hot Rodders, Hess . . . N. Hilgefort, Everything Not Made in Japan, Daffodils, Hilge . . . B. Huth, Water, Tain, Mike . . . R. Jones, Santy Clause, Winnie the Poo, Dick . . . J. Kaeser, M.D.E.C., A.D.C., Big Jim . . . T. Keller, Saints, Daffodils, Killer . . . J. Kelly, 2:45 P.M., Elder's Food, Kel . . . R. Klosterman, Week Days, Killers, Bob. . . P. Knue, Basketball, Girls' School Work, Tall Paul . . . J. Kohls, Lunch Periods, Cicero, Jack . . . M. Lynch, Weekends, Weekend Homework, Mich . . . D. Murnan, Living, Olives, Boone . . . P. Minning, Cards, To Lose, Small Paul . . . T. Neiheisel, Outdoor Sports, Homework, Tim . . . J. Neyer, Sports, Homework, Jack . . . R. Ronker, Good Meals in Cafeteria, Rolos, Ronk . . . D. Schmerber, Redheads, Blondes, and Brunets, Tootsie Rolls, Schmerb . . . R. Schmerber, Girls, Physics, Mobo . . . G. Schroeder, Girls and '55 Fords, Home- work, Giles . . . D. Schuerman, Short Shorts, Newton, General , . . James Stanton, Sports, ???, Jim . . . J. Steinker, Music, Smoked Metts, Jerry . . . J. Westendorf, Sports, Homework, Jack. I93 , Compliments It's Bound to be Better vvnth . .. of , I. ',, . 5 A .: f '-:-:Kilt-:V 1' ,f 3. 1 :5:, : -zifizv :-, "f51?f'.- 'fi ,' .,i 1 ' : 2f2Ej ,f ","",",,, Fmealell PROVIDENT BANK KLUG THE BODY SHOP CHRIS ERHART FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY ross EBENEZER ROAD Gray ,mn 24 Hour Wrecker Service Wi I-4997 Wi I-4977 I237 Wesi' 6+I1 S+. CINCINNATI 3, OHIO Ch I-6550 CLASS of 4G First row: T. Casey, M. Chessey, P. Chouteau, V. Chouteau, C. Dietrick, W. Enghauser, L. Essen. Second row: C. Fehr, J. Flannigan, J. Florence, D Fox, J. Gavin, P. Grammann, R. Greiner. Third row: M. Halloran, E. Bodie, H. Kennedy, D. Lakamp, L. Larkins, R. Ludwig, E. Masminster Fourth row: J. Mondary, N. Neihisel, D. Nehof'F, T. Oker, P. Oliver. Fifth row: J. Reinhart, D. Reverman, R. Rhoads, D. Stiens, A. Andriaco Standing, left to right: J. Ray, C. Bemmer, R. Beckmeyer, D. Ames, M. Ottaway, B. Brauch, J. Metzler. Absent: J. Heidman, M. Wiesner. NAME NICKNAME LIKES DISLIKES AMBITION D. Ames, Amoes, Chev, Fords, Customize My Car . . . T. Andriacco, Wop, Beer, Lover Boy, Agent to Flash . . . R. Beckmeyer, Bob, Beer, Hangover, Retire at 21 . . . C. Bemmer, Chuck, Beer, Hangover, Get Out of School . . . A. Bode, Tony, Booze, Work, Get Rich . . . L. Brauch, Lou, Beer, Girls, Bachelor . . . T. Casey, Buggs, Beer, Day After, Millionaire . . . M. Chessey, Mike, Money, Being Poor, Own Cincinnati . . . P. Chouteau, Pete, Good Ford, Peas, Driver's License . . . V. Chouteau, Vern, Rock and Roll, Civics . . . C. Dietrich, Charlie, Gamble, Lose, Voted Best Bum . . . W. Enghauser, Willie, '51 Ford, '49 Chevs, Sword Swallower . . . L. Essen, Goofey, Collette, Work, Service . . . C. Fehr, Chas., Chevs, Fords, Owner of Frisch's . . . J. Flanigan, Punchy, 5 Points, Girls, Hard Guy CHaJ . . . J. Florence, Denny Fox, Foxie, Corvairs, Working at Night, Corvette . . . J. Gavin, Porky, Screwdrivers, Girls, Get Rich Quick . . . R. Greiner, Sid, Beer, Work, Own a Car . . . M. Halloran, Holly, Cates, Federal Men, 5 Years at ,Elder . . . J. Heidermann, Jer, Cars, Beer, Billionaire . . . H. Kennedy, Cherokee Squaws, Reservations, Kill All White .Men . . . R. Lakamp, Dave, Motorcycles, Rabbits, Keep Book . . . L. Larkins, Sweet Guy, Girls, Civics, Be a Rich !Playboy . . . R. Ludwig, Deacon, Girls, Work, Drink Beer and Love Women . . . E. Masminster, Ed, Speeding, lSuspension, Cixcover Oil That Won't Burn in CChevl . . . A. Metsch, Butch, Girls, Beer, Get Driver's License . . . J. UVletzler, Joe, Beer, School, Get Rich Then Married . . . J. Mondary, Dutch, Sleep, Civics, Bum . . . N. Neiheisel, Barney, To Eat, Civics, Bum . . . D. Neihoff, Knee's, Whautusies, Pygmies, G-Man CGarbagel . . . T. Oker, OK's, lMyselt, All Women, Who Knows . . . P. Oliver, Ter, Cars, School, Make Money . . . M. Ottaway, Mick, 14-K, Mon- day, Taster in a Brewery . . . J. Reinhart, Jim, Be Happy, Civics, Understand Women . . . C. Reverman, Rev, Lim- burger, Cheese, Beer Sampler. . . D. Rhoades, Dick, 2:45, 8:40, Pay Ott Debts . . . T. Stiens, Doc, Curley, His Sub- stitute, Be Another Curley . . . W. Wiesner, Veeana, Food, Garbage Dietitian. l95 Structural Steel Stee Ornamental Iron C Q 01' Q s Metal Products 14' ei'-' 6'6'7' goqsfgoe f 6' THE WM. LANC-5 81 SONS CO. 5 'L l'SCfO1-S X. XQD fo I Joists Builders Iron Work Special Steel Products Modern Facilities Dependable Service Phone: Kirby I-3304 3284 BEEKMAN ST. CINCINNATI, OHIO Congratulations to The Graduates From THE GILKEY ELECTRIC COMPANY Wiring Contractors TRU-WALL, INC. Modern Pou red Concrete Foundations 308I SHADYCREST LANE Tel: WEbster I-9009 LUEBBE SHOE STORE St. Lawrence Corner Price Hill CLASS of 2G Row I: T. Cavanaugh, D. ChildS, J. Cross, J. Duffy, C. Edrich, T. Goedl, R. Hogue. Row 2: R. Holtman, M. Kelley, R. Knarr, M. Laub, R. Lonneman M. Lott, D. Lutterbei. Row 3: R. Meyer, M. Oberding, D. Otten, C. Peters, F. Pizzo, G. Quitter. Row 4: H. Stehmer, A. Steimle, D. Stenger, D Wills. Row 5: M. McAvoy, A. Rauf, C. Rizzo, H. Boeing, D. Budde, R. Aichele, J. Brofft, D. Braun, W. Boller, R. Benzinger, Fr. Kenneth Henz NAME NICKNAME LIKES DISLIKES AMBITION R. Aichele, Ike, Girls, West-Hi, Play Boy . . . R. Benzinger, Phil, Track, School's Food, Architect . . . H. Boeing, Butch, Girls, School, Play Boy . . . D. Braun, Doug, Girls, School, Quit School . . . W. Boller, Willy, Cars, School, Cop . . . J. Brofft, Brattty, Cars, Penalties, Quit School . . . T. Cavanaugh, Money, Club Rollerama, 7OEZ's, Woodsman . . . D. Childs, Den, A Girl, Steubenville, None . . . J. Duffy, Duff, Girls, Homework, Doctor. . . C. Edrich, Charley, 2:45, Pl. Geo., To Pass . . . T. Goedl, Tom, Girls, Studying, Quit School . . . R. Hogue, Butch, Brunettes, Fuss, Rob- ber . . . R. Holtman, Holty, Carol, None, Engineer . . . M. Kelley, Pogo, Beer, Oak Hills, Engineer . . . R. Knarr, Rich, Free Days, School, Die Young . . . M. Laub, Angel, Homebrew, 15-2, Die Young . . . R. Lonneman, Rich, Brads, None, Cattleman . . . M. Lott, Lobby, Blondes, School Bum . . . D. Lutterbei, Dave, Sports, West-Hi, Engineer . . . M. Macavary, Cars and Girls, School, Bum . . . R. Meyer, Ron, Blondes, Weekdays, Success . . . M. Oberding, Mike, Good Music, West-Hi, College . . . D. Otten, Otto, Corvettes, Scholl's Food, Beer Tester . . . C. Peters, Pete, Sports, School, Play Boy . . . F. Rizzo, Pee, Sports, Work, Engineer . . ., J. Quitter, Quits, Money, School, First Moon Man . . . C. Rizzo, Louis, Ferraris, TV, Dictator . . . H. Stehmer, Trigger, TV, Jazz, Electrician . . . A. Steimle, Tony, Good Music, Studying, Engineer . . . D. Stenger, Muscles, Hunting, Beer, Hunter. I97 CHEF'S FAVORITE BREAD b THE UFFELMANN EIAKING COMPANY Wholesale Bread and Buns Sewing Res'I'auranI's, HoI'eIs, Insiiiuiions Exclusively 939 Yok SI' r . Cincinna+i, I4, Ohio Ma I-0324 CompIimenI's of ROBERT A. 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McDon ald, M. Meinhardf, T. Melson, M. Ortwein, R. Plagge, J. Rehage. Third row: P. Shulz, G. Spahn, D. Reistenberg, P. Schafer, R. Suder, H, Sunder man. Fourth row: P. Weidner, J. Whitton, P. Willing. Standing: R. Elsaesser, L. Borgman, D. Elsaesser, T. Gaynor, M. Fisher, R. Frey, D. Gilday, R Trentman, N. Trap, D. Tenbrink. NAME NICKNAME LIKES DISLIKES AMBITION L. Borgman, Lee, "Mad," School, Lunatic . . . D. Elsaesser, Howie, Money, Moles, Albert Einstein . . . R. Elsaesser, Ranolt, Sports, Rich People, Hobo . . . M. Fisher, Mike, Girls, Homework, Make Money . . . R. Frey, Spider, Money, Work, Sampler at Mint . . . D. Gilday, Dan, Freedays, School, Flat Foot . . . T. Gravitt, Stupid, Money, Cars, Home- work, Test Driver . . . B Guetle, Guet, Cars, Chewing Tobacco, Teacher at Seton . . . P. Hassett, Hass, Sports, To Work, Dentist . . . W. Heine, Weiner, Girls, Homework, Bum . . . G. Hendy, Jewiz, Anything I can get away with, Brains, Own Oceans . . . J. Langen, Tiny, Food, Work, None . . . R. Maier, Butch, Girls, Homework,'Garbage Col- lector . . . D. McCarthy, Elvis, Sue Herrmann, Stuck-up Girls, Dress Shop Overseer . . . B. McDonald, Mac, Sports, Smart Guys, Garbage Collector . . . M. Meinhart, Mouse, To Drink, Rubbing Alcohol, Bootlegger . . . T. Melson, Mels, Ratels, Tasks, A Nun . . . M. Ortwein, Orts, Babs, Homework, To be Boney . . . R. Plagge, Ricardo, Girls, Report Cards, Educated Bum . . . J. Rehagge, Jose, Cars, Homework, Money Maker . . . D. Reistenberg, Grease, Girls, Stud Poker, Maverick Jr .... P. Schafer, Pete, Money and Girls, School, Draftsman . . . P. Schulz, Shot- gun, Cars, Tasks, Mechanic . . . G. Spahn, Yots, 2:45, 8:30, Drunk . . . R. Suder, Reno, Sports, School, Pro-Foot- ball Player . . . H. Sunderman, Zeo, Girls, Work, Engineer . . . D. Tenbrink, Duck, Girls, Algebra, Melson Hater . . . N. Trap, Norb, Sports, Homework, Mechanic . . . R. Trentmen, Trent, Sports, Homework, Bartender . . . P. T Weidner, Whitey, Sleep, Work, Truck Driver. . . J. Witton, Witte, Girls, Work, Pilot in Air Force . . . P. Wiling, Muscles, Free Days, Punishments, Pilot in Air Force. I99 Ga I-III8 DIAMONDS WATCHES "Gif+s for All Occasions" THE BACKU5 BROTHERS J. C. HOCKETT CO. COMPANY JEWELERS 3633 Harrison Avenue Furnirure Confraciors Schools, Churches, lns+i'IuI'ions EDWARD MEIER M ,ms , , l I n Manager 0 ' 2I2-2l8 E. Third S+. CIYICIDHBII 2, Ohio WERK-WAY SHELL SERVICE Mo i-aooo Werlc and Glenway Avenue Opp. Wesiern Hills Plaza OPEN 24 HOURS MARMER'S SHOES 4I02 Glenway Ave. and Wesfern Hills Plaza MAL REALTY WESTERN HILLS 53I3 Norfh Bend Road Hu I-0986 D. W. SCHUERMAN AND COMPANY Pain'I'ers and Decorafors 326 Dixmylh Avenue Homes Offices HOIGIS S'I'0I'eS Churgheg I:BC'I'Ofi6S Clubs Schools Warehouses Un I-0645 Hu I-2764 SCHIFF'S SHOE STORE Weslern Hills Shopping Cenfer Hu I-6558 STATE AVENUE MOTORS FRED BOSKEN Au+omo'I'ive Repairing, Body and Gas and Oil Fender Work Gr I-5692 905 Sfale Ave., Cincinnafi, 4, Ohio SCHULTEN'S BEVERAGE STORE 3.2 and 67. Beers Bo'H'Ies-Cans-Jugs-Pony Kegs Ice SI'a'I'ion-Wines-Mixers Soil' Drinks-Snacks-Ice Cream Wa I-9946 42Il' Glenway Ave. TRI-CITY SERVICE. INC. Cinn. Faclory Aufhorized Service Ohio I4, Paris Depol' Air Condiiioners Refrigeralion Kelvinafor Leonard General EIec'I'ric Wafer Cooler Wa I-I740 Sales and Service Sform Doors Sform Windows "Serving Wesfern Hills" B. C. WINDOW AND AWNING COMPAN Free Es'rima'I'es Li-2-II27 Hu I-7998 Awnings Porch Enclosures Y THE ANTONIO SAVINGS 8: LOAN COMPANY "The Courlesy Corners" Offers Compleie Home Financing Insured Savings I732 Vine S+- 5500 Harrison Road IFindIay Markeil Ial Race Roadl TOWERS CLUB. INC. 5508 Colerain Avenue Wm. IBiIIl Dickey, Pres. Ki-I-9843 F. P. SCHNEIDER 81 SON Pain'I'ing and Decoraling I522 Manss Avenue Wa I-8808 CLASS of 4D Standing, left to right: K. Schachleiter, M. Schlomer, T. Stockelman, J. Scherer, G. Williamson, J. Brater, K. Abrams, J. Braun. First row: K. Neiheisel, Ray Rober, A. Pantle, Gary Roeckers, R. Renner, T. Rosfelder, J. Rutenschroer. Second row: W. Martin, G. Marx, D. McRae, T. Meyer, G. Monnig, D. Morgan, T. Murphy. Third row: K. Graves, L. Haas, J. Hursting, J. lmholte, M. Jump, D. Krabacher, J. Krechting. Fourth row: M. Brosnan, C. Cirrincione, J. Coleman, D. Enginger, B. Flugeman. Fifth row: B. Austing, R. Barry, W. Behrman, R. Berte, H. Binder, T. Augustine was absent when the picture was faken. i 4' . O A T it 3-' , i - -f. x ' . X f fx V iixiiixx - A A 5 XL 'X - xx J' i TQ? ' E thx- - I! ,Rx M I X ,M ..... Ak MM fd.. T11 5- I ,, 1- -I 2 L V 2 " Cv 5 L- "J ll V E .fc lr Qfhirlov Lan ff' 'Ph t 5 J, Q4 3, wt - !!V ,Al fl tt ,ib,4lI fi! 5 'f s- 4 ' X i ' MF .QQ "1 X 4 V ' L .wi W K 1 A H HA LV, M,--gif, ,A g r 7 I J r r ,...,..LiS,.. 'iff . h7ZWE' A '-"T G 0 - VY J n new , , Q Q-be J .ai A ..-1 ilbdwq-, lj, ,ff y X N bk xnxx! 1 1 3? .J ffffff . f X S am 'ri ii W .O at , 6-e 4K If TN ge- KQJVLN 8 ' ' .--' ' S x J 'Q ' -A , 4 K1 OA!!-il, ' if 'fl 'X Xi XX ll G XY z fl!! JYILLJJ-J "Ki Q 'TVX Q i,f K3 A 5 N K if ,V l ff BTV JE, X fx 4, J uf X57 ix Q H ,aff x X N 7 Q 4 X C 9 of1!f'7 ' ffm is 6 Q 3 1 Te JL T ' QF 'T 0 wi Jbiui 5 f If K V3 A K 2 Q43 J ,if JZ! fjj' f Kgb ,i YD A 4 K Qi Gr I-8356 HILLE LUMBER COMPANY Represen'IaI'ive I724 Denham SI. H. MENKHAUS CINCINNATI, OHIO "Kodak Color Processing" PRICE HILL CAMERA SHOP 4425 Glenway Avenue, Cincinna'Ii, 5, Ohio Wa I-004I QUEEN CITY INSURANCE AGENCY ZI99 Vic'I'ory Parkway AvI-I6I0 S ' I' peciaisis in Hard Io Ger Insurance NELSON D. FLAM E. J. BARY CHARLES GRAYSON WESTERN PLAZA SOHIO WERK AND GLENWAY Mo i-97oz THE BALTIMORE AVENUE LOAN AND BUILDING CO. I854 BaI'I'imore Avenue Cincinna'I'i 25, Ohio SONTAG'S DRY CLEANERS 3006 Harrison Avenue M -I-323 353892, TQ Curreni' oDivicIend O 0 Wa I-8573 4 A LOOK 'N' BUY VARIETY SHOP 4023 Race Road BricIge'I'own, Ohio School and Parfy Suppiies DELHI HARDWARE 486I Delhi Pike No+ions and Gifr Ifems Gr 1,3515 Mo I-2232 RUTH E. SAYRE Prop. 1 Complimenfs RAUEN 0, MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 4I04 Glenway Ave. aI' Gilsey Blackburn I-3098 DELHI HILLS TEXACO SERVICE Delhi a'I' Pedrei-I'i Wa I-9847 Cincinnaii 38, Ohio 20+h CENTURY AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY 4207 Spring Grove Avenue Mu-I-5700 GLENWAY DRY CLEANERS Laundering and Dyeing Wa-I-9777 BOEING'S FOOD MARKET Fancy Mea'Is Our SpeciaI'ry 8'Ih and Overlook Cincinnaii 38, Ohio Wa I-5683 "LoyaI Io 'Ihe E'I'hics of Pharmacy" EDWARD W. WOLFF 44I3 Glenway Avenue, Cincinnaii, Ohio Wa I-I236 lx H .mn CLASS of 3A J. Mittendorph, P. Berniger, R. Altgilbers, R. Christen, J. Berens, D. Belbot, M. Corcoran, T. Austing, J. Baier, E. Borgemende, L. Bossman, H. Moeller, A. Molique, T. Phlique, A. Baterman, A. Wurtz, C. Heckman, H. Hendy, W. Herman, R. Herron, T. Herzog, P. Lipps, F. Hass, J. Halpin, W. Hargreves, G. Hausman, T. Hays, F. Umberg, J. Cummings, J. Driggersg J. Farrell, T. Flynn, A. Grote, L. Gundrum, T. Bley, D. Bockenstette. l i E 1 CLASS of T E Standing, left ro right: T. Bittner, J. Amon, J. Avery, C. Bailey, F. Bertram, J. Neyer, L. Brockhoff, B. Clark, R. Schneble, T. Cunningham, J. Schrage, D. Macke, P. Macke. First row: M. Guilfoyle, D. Halpin,'T. Hater, D. Hornoelle, C. Hueil, T. lnskeep, J. Kellison. Second row: L. Kiefer, T. Kiehl, R. Kissing, R. Kohake, J. Kramer, M. Lambert, M. Ruwe, J. Lynch. Third row: R. Marchetti, F. McMurray, R. Murphy, G. Neiheisel, R. Newberry. Fourth row: P. Shipplet, J. Thomas, L. Wullcer. Absent: J. Loebker. 203 E 4 Q Bi S2 af- SHRlVER'S DRUG STORE 4905 Glenway Avenue Cincinnali 38, Ohio Gr-I-432l PAPA GINO'S PIZZA I'I'aIian "Hoagie" Sandwiches also Olher Famous Ilalian Dishes S. Fairmounl' Bridgelown MI. Carmel Wa I-I556 Hu-I-7778 PI 2-9344 Everylhing 'For 'Ihe Well Dressed Man" MlLLER'S CLOTHES 3623 Harrison Ave. Cheviof, Ohio Phone Mo I-3858 MACKE'S IGA FOOD MARKET Oualily Meals-Groceries Wa I-II25 5059 Glenway Avenue Save Wi+h Safely 'for Fulure Securily "Insured Savings" KUNKEL AUTO REPAIR I565 Harrison Avenue OAK HILLS CLARENCE KUNKEL, Prop. Wa I-7670 SAVINGS AND LOAN COMPANY Bridgelown and Eyrich Roads Mo I-6622 HUBER'S DEPARTMENT STORE WA I-34I7 36lI Warsaw Avenue RIDDER'S GROCERY 660 Neave Sh'ee+ Wa I-9686 HARRY MEYER 8: SONS FUNERAL HOME 4989 Glenway Avenue ST. LAWRENCE DRY CLEANERS I 3652 Warsaw Avenue Gr I-I3I2 Free Pick-up and Delivery 2 Hour Service, No Exfra Charge Wa I-4l44 NADLER'S MEN'S, BOYS' CLOTHING Cheviol' Norlhside 3535 Harrison Ave. 40l6 Hamilfon Ave. Mo I-3755 Ki I-6680 Covmgfon Del-Fair Newporl 538 Madison Shopping 809 Monmoulh He l-l750 Cenlef Co l-445l HARRY F. PIEPMEIER Florisf Harrison Pilce 5800 Filview Circle Mo I-3475 OSTERHUES GROCERY 55I6 Bridgelown Road Open Daily 8:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M. Mo I-6688 Mo I-4635 No Job Too Small ROBERT J. MEYER Carpenler-Conlraclor 3273 Tulsa Cour'I' Cincinnali 38, Ohio 3C 5 E Q it CLASS of 3C First row: J. Dreyer, R. Duggins, D. Fischesser. Second row: M. Halpin, J. Hassett, W. Holtel, G. Jostworth, J. King. Third row: T. LaFleur, T. McGrath, L. Meinhardt, R. Mollner, J. Murray, W. Saupe. Fourth row: T. Schoof, F. Schnieders, S. Schoenung, D. Schonhoft, H. Seurkamp, C. Smith, D. Smith. Fifth row: T. Spitzmueller, R. Stevens, W. Strothman, T. Welsh, D, Wurtz, W. Gilclea. Standing, left to right: D. Haas, R. Doerger, D. Doerflein, J. Carter, R. Brabender, M. Bohman, L. Becker, A. Zimmerman, K. Goettke, R. Wurtz, R. Flannery, G. Kirschner, M. Klusman. . S CLASS of 3D First row: R. Kohake, G. Kolks. Second row: G. Miller, G. Lynn, J, Mullins, D. Niehaus, J. Peaker, M. Mulcahy, E. Pinger. Third row: E. Pitstick, M. Reinert, R. Sherer, C. Renneker, J. Ruwe, W. Schmidt. Fourth row: C. Schneider, J. Scholle, R. Schrand, T. Sheldon, J. Simon, J. Skelly. Fifth row: L. Stenger, R. Sunderman, T. Treinen, R. Vorherr, D. Westerkamp, R. Windholtz. Sixth row, Standing: R. Middendorf, P. Pedoto, D. McKinney, C. Secount, J. Donahue, D. Kneipp, D. Hoetker, K. Hurnpert, R. Hewald, M. Brown. 205 Q 5 2 AUFDEMKAMPE HARDWARE COMPANY IOI2-I020 FREEMAN AVENUE GILLIGAN-SIEFKE FUNERAL HOME 367I Warsaw Avenue Cincinnari 3, Ohio Phone: Du I-3200 Wa I-0302 JOSEPH M. ALLEN COMPANY VINCENT J- GILDAY Civil Engineers and Surveyors INSURANCE 5555 Glenway Avenue Au'ro, Fire, Sickness and Accidenr Cincinnan 4, UNITED SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 4980 Glenway Avenue Open Daily Iexcepi' SaIurdayI 9 A.M. 'Io 3 P.M. Friday 9 A.M. 'Io 8 P.M. NIEMAN WELDING COMPANY Producrion WeIding and Fabricafion EIec'Iric Arc and Hall Arc PorIabIe Equipmem' Cerfified Welders MuIberry I-7687 327I Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnafi 25, Ohio CHAS. V. MAESCHER 81 COMPANY, INC. Since I 893 LUKEN'S BAKERY Qualify Baked Goods Wedding and Par+y Cakes General ConI'racI'ors Engineers 3406 Glenmore Ave. Mo I-9892 2I06 Florence Ave. CincinnaIi 6, Ohio Wabash I-6942 4522 GIenway Ave. H. MOTZ AND SON S+rucI'uraI and Ornamen'I'aI Iron Work Reinforcing SIeeI Cincinnari 5, Ohio BILL BROS. PAINT AND WALLPAPER 20I9 Ferguson Road RAY R. BILL, I939 FRANK H. BILL, I930 FINKELDEY BODY SHOP II33 Sycamore S+ree'I' Ga I-2020 HARLEY PAGE, Pres. JOHN H. SCHAFER, INC. AMMONIA-CALCIUM CHLORIDE-"FREONS' Phone: Hu I-7779 P.O. Box 35 Cincinnafi 38, Ohio CompIimen'fs of "Pioneers in Fibreglasn MOR-LITE Fibregiass Producfs Ma I-8587 Wi I-9832 GROCERIES MERGY'S DELICATESSEN AND PONY KEG Beer-Wine-Picnic Supplies 6324 Gracely Drive Cincinnafi 33, Ohio CLASS of AF First row: R. Cunningham, P. Dagley, R. Delfendahl, R. Delbrugge, J. Doepker, R. Freeman. Second row: R. Guttekunst, T. King, C. Klug, G. Link, T. Lyons, J. Luebbers. Third row: N. O'Conner, M. Pursiful, R. Ruess, J. Schoch, D. Schorsch, J. Seibert. Fourth row: J. Sweeney, L. Turner, C. Van De Ryt, J. Wash, E. Waltz. Fifth row: N. Wick, B. Wilkenson, W. Wittich, R. Wohlfrom. Standing, from left to right: J. Agee, D. Bareswilt, R. Beidenharn, J. Braun, D. Brinker, E. Werzelk, J. Stalf, J. Wegman, P. Brogan. Absent: John Walsh. NAME NICKNAME LIKES DISLIKES AMBITION J. Agee, Jer, Girls, School and Jug, Garbage Collector. . . D. Bareswilt, Dan, Be Delbruge, Bum . . . B. Biedenharn, Bon, Sports, Work, Get Out of School . . . J. Braun, J. B., Cars, Girls, Cigs, Liver, Mattress Tester . . .' C. Brink, Blinkerm Car, A Girl, Money, Work, Pass Chemistry . . . P. Brogan, Pete, Beer, '56 Fords, Girls, Sky Sheet Maker . . . D. Cunningham, Dick, Poker, Solid Geometry, Solid Geometry.Teacher . . . P. Dagley, Stagger Lee, Easy Tets, 14-K, Religion Class, Bum , . . R. Delfendahl, Daffy, Chevies, Can Vrinker, Photographer.. . B. Dellbrugge, Mouse, l4-K, D. Bareswilt, Bum . . .J. Doepkerf'Dep, Beer, Nothing, Rich Man . . . R. Freeman, Gus, Bowling, Work, Don't Know . . . R. Gutekunst, Goodie, l-4-K, Spinach, Sampler at Ft. Knox . . . Tj King, Queenie, Black Label Beer, School, Wrestler . . . C. Klug, Butch, Fly Planes, Over Worked, Architect or Naval Officer. . . G. Link, Yatz, Football, 14-K, Card, Girls, School, Traveler . . . T. Lyons, Ter, Me, of course, Work of Any Kind, Vacation Taker . . . J. Luebbers, Leub, Everything, Nothing, Anything . . . N. O'Connor, Jay, Solid Geometry, T5-2, Goal Post Dec- orator . . . M. Pursiful, "Pursi," Cars, Beer, School, Mechanic . . . R. Reuss, Reussee, Girls, Cars, Beer, School, God's Gift to Women . . . J. Schoch, Scootch, Girls, Whiskey, Flash, Manager of Chorus Girls . . . D. Schorsch, Dave, Cars, A Girl, No Comment, Assistant Beachcomber . . . J. Seibert, Cy, Short Shorts, Warm Beer, Bar Hopper . . . G. Sfalf, Jer, Cars, Money, Girls, School Chiropractor . . . J. Sweeney, Jake, Money, School, Bum . . . L. Turner, Sher- lock, Cars, Sports, School, Aircraft Mechanic . . . C. Van DeRyt, Chuck, Cars, Girls, School, Make Money . . . Jon Walsh, Smiley, Food, Joe Walsh, Sanitary Engineer . . . Joe Walsh, Butch, Paint, Draw, John Walsh, Policeman . . . E. Waltz, Baldy, Olds, Sports, Beer, School, Women, Drivers, Billionaire . . . J. Wegman, Goade, Beer, Jug, Beach- comber . . . E. Wetzel, Chuck, Money, Chevs, Brewer . . . N1 Wick, Nic, Sports, School Electrician . . . B. Wilkinson, Sexyl, Beer, Empty Bottle, Assistant Beachcomber . . . B. Wittich, Lover Dirls, Cars, School, Mechanic . . . R. Wohlfrom, Wolfy, Dars, Girls, Sports, School, Salesman. 207 Iliff and Glenway Avenue GRUETER AND SON Funeral Home Wa I-0I75 Complimenls of a Friend J. F. K. JOSEPH A. ALBERS. REALTOR Noled for "ExI'ra Dividend Service" Across From S+. Marlin Church Cheviol' Mo I-7480 PHILLIPS CLEANERS 49I7-I9 Glenway Avenue Wa I-2202 CompIe'I'e Cleaners Service Also Duraclean Rug and Furnilure Cleaning IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL C. J. WOLFER Barber Shop Wa I-98I2 4028 Glenway Avenue MOELLER'S GRILL AND PONY KEG 530I Glenway Ave. Wa I-9628 Homemade Chili and Turlle Soup All Kinds of Beverages Io Talce Ouf FREE PARKING WISEMAN'S PHARMACY Prescrip'I'ions a Specially 2073 Harrison Avenue Complimen+s of BOB JENNINGS-RALPH KERKHOFF JENNINGS SANITARY DUMPING SYSTEM, INC. Mo CIHCIHDGII, Summer S+, R. W. NORRIS "We Deliver Anywhere" R H PRICE HILL ea or PAINT AND GLASS COMPANY 3I59 Harrison Ave.. Cincinnali II, Ohio Wa I-2864 Hu l-2222.23.24-25 363I Warsaw Ave. Cincinna'I'i, Ohio BERN. C. FARWICK Office Pa I-0685 AL' WELDELE Owner Residence Wa I-3858 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES CHAS. B. FARWICK AND SON Complefe Line of Replacemenf Parls for All Makes of Cars ESI- '970 4329 Foley Road Wa I-7690 Roofing and Sheel' Melal Worlc 20I8 Weslern, Ave. Cincinnali I4. Ohio Sinlc Tops . . . Vanilories Manufacfured by MAUEREDER waz eesi S+. 143 Gr I-2I22 ONE STOP FOOD MARKET 5834 Glenway Avenue Choice Mea'I's-Groceries JOHN scHocK BOB RAVEN f ' Qff'1!f"'4 1 ,Q , 90 N i LW Wywygg , tk fig! Hi ,. v1f""M ' 4 J 'f '17 y ffgafl if , . 765 .4 ' 1 '17 N "Jian: 4- Q . - A , ,n W" V V. .0 v -f gf VN 1 6? R Lal , :J f J My NO l 'M X' X6"'j fl 4 M W f Q7 A , 'YY ,A X X X f2'U'L,f12,f4,uf 9 X W3 QM, , , ,QQCQJQXN0 .alla I 7 Q72 , 1 xl H 1' ,Q IL ll C, only 3 7V , X E , JG -7 P' f 'U' . J AV' .- ,TL 'll V 1 V A ' 209 "Beau-lily Your Home Wilh Marble" CuHing and Polishing Window Sills-Table Tops-Novellies-Manfels ALlCH'S JEWELRY STORE MARIAN SPEAR, Owner WITTICH AMAARQEJLEIAOOMPANY Diamonds Jewelry Gills , , Walch and Jewelry Repair Winglllselsmls Z:i:cililneae+li 3lh?aci6hia 300 HMSO" Mo P5065 WALTER LEUENBERGER MEATS 4906 Glenway Avenue Wa I-4556 CHOICE MEATS-FISH-POULTRY ,J ,I 437' hltchlng post dw! , Famous for Fried Chicken "KJ -f WWI' J. SCHERER DAIRY PRODUCTS Gr l-4l49 KERNAN OPTICAL CO. Prescriplion Specialisls Glasses Repaired I04 W. 4'lh S+., Neave Bldg. Du I-3I47 LAMBERT INSURANCE AGENCY 2763 Soulh Road Cincinnafi 38, Ohio Wi l-l9ll II43 Selon Wa I-I877 Gr I-26lI BERRA REALTY When Buying or Selling Real Eslale Call THOMAS BERRA, BROKER ROLFES SHOES Harrison and Glenmore Avenues Poll Parrol' Rand Trim Tred Ask Alooul Free Shoe Club JALOUSIES AWNING WINDOWS SCHNEIDER HOME EQUIPMENT CO. 7948 Pippin Road Cincinnali 39, Ohio Ja 2-l200 PERMANENT AWNINGS STORM WINDOWS Wire Rope Hand Tools Bug, Phone Res. Phone Wire Rope Fillings Slings and Wa I-9828 Gr I-5595 Wire Rope Blocks Cuslom Splicings F. AND M. SUPPLY, INC. Conslruclion Tools and Equipmenl' 5000 Croolcshanlc Rd. Mo 2-0422 M. AND L. AUTO SERVICE FRED MUND, Prop. 40I Reebling Rd. al' Delhi Ave., Cincinnali 4, Ohi 0 Road Service-Repairing Weelr Days 8:30 A.M. lo 6 P.M. Eves. and Sun. by Appl. CONTINENTAL FREIGHT FORWARDING COMPANY Service lo All Poinls in Ohio Cincinnali Terminal and General Office 2955 Cen'l'ral Parkway, l25l Ki I-4300 BOCKENSTETTE Jeweler Carew Tower Arcade Near Holel Elevalors Diamonds--Walches-Coslume Jewelers Most 2-C boys had to ask their dad For the money to buy this annual ad. Cause we don't study and we don't do The homework that they tell us to. We wo our fin ers tot one, But the ers usu y " i 't" o r own. In English we ha the e si st te ts But Drawin ' .the cl swe ike st. Geome y bri s u rse, Father r sc ays it's a greshgiric ur ge. Krb ezel Father Ziegler is our favorite buddy, He's the guy we have for study. in Father Schneider's class We're still as can be, If we're caught talking he'll give us three. KPaters 81 Avesl Caesar's Romans were no mystery So we passed Latin and World History. We're not disappointed and don't worry, We get our grades up in a hurry. Everybody in our room's going to pass Cause We're the advanced standing class. McWILLIAMS AND SCHULTE BOX AND LUMBER COMPANY I20I W. Liberfy Sireef Ma I-534I SEARS-PRICE HILL Over I50,000 Hems Io Selecf From" Wabash I-8800 I I CompIimen+s of FORT SCOTT CAMPS "Ame-rica's Vacafionland for YouII1" I TOM BYWATER PHILIP AUEL I TOM'S AUTO SERVICE 3I I0 Harrison Ave. IMPERIAL CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH VALIANT CLASS 2D First row: T. Kathman, R. Tendrink, J. Theobald, A. Weaver, M. Werner, J. Weithe. Second row: J. O'Neil, J. Reilman, M. Roberts, M. Rolfes, D. Schneider, G, Schneider, D. Stenger. Third row: J. May, G. Meyer, J, Miller, D. Monnig, J. Mueller. Fourth row: T. Stoyle, J. Kendall, J. King, J. Leitz. Fifth row: W. Beria, J. Detzel, D. Early, A. Egloff, D. Farvvick. Standing: Father Schneider, J. May, P. Nienaber, T. Hurlander, E. Wilke, I i i-gr l ei 0 g G I l i 5. -n .L- I . l LN l 'N V 0 W Barry T Huellemeier 5... any .L ' nf N i l F "Hello, this is Father Schneider. ls Father Stang in a good mood x ildllgl ZZ :QCP 0 1 o,O.Q . 6,35 . 4, 'QQ ei? S ' Q ie -- P 9 9 'fi .Q Q? N ,.. l 559 i DEL-FAIR LANES 24 Au+oma'ric Lanes Excelleni' Service ANDERSON FERRY AND DELHI ROADS BI I-3800 Beauiiful Cockiail Lounge Dining Room ProprieI'ors HOWARD IBudI BOSKEN THOMAS DINSMORE Bo'II1 Former Elder SIuden'I's BEST wlsi-:Es THE TRESLER OIL CO. TRESLER and I'I1e II5 Come? Dealers in Greaier Cincinnafi Complimenis of CITIZENS DISCOUNT CORP. 4300 Glenway Wa I-6I I0 KLOSTERMAN CLEANERS CincinnaIi's Highesi OuaIiIy Cleaning PIanI' I Hour Service EXPERT CLEANING on Draperies, Slip Covers and AII Oiher Garmenfs. MT. AIRY MUIberry I-5060 SI1irI' Laundry 5538 Colerain NICD Member CompIimen'Is of PASQUALE'S PIZZA AII Over Town HENRY KAPPEN General Contractor CLASS of AA First row: A. Prost, J. Ruff, T. Schiller, T. Schlinkert, J. Schutte, F. St. Charles, D. Teculve. Second row: A. Jaisle, C. Kaufold, L. Kreimer, J. McSorley, P. Meehan, L. Meyer, T. Price. Third row: D. Gunter, L, Gutzwiller, W. Hausladen, J. Henz, R. Holmes, E. Hubert, W. lnskeep. Fourth row: W. Doepker, T. Doyle, D. Ferguson, S. Fox, M. Grimm. Fifth row: P. Barwick, D. Berryman, D. Birkenheuer, D. Blake. Standing, left to right: B. Ulenbrock, T. Waldron, B. Wegman, B. Buscher, J. Thieman, R. Averbeck, G. Rush, D. Archbold. Absent: C. Zuber. NAME LIKES DISLIKES AMBITION D. Archbold, Girls, Homework, Electrical Contractor . . . R. Averbeck, Aviation, Girls, Hard-Guy . . . P. Barwick, Sports Cars, Poor Boxes, Own a Ferrari . . . D. Berryman, Jakes, Warm Beer, What's an ambition? . . . D. Birken- heuer, Weekends, Mondays, Get out of School . . . D. Blake, Nobody, Women, Mailman . . . B. Buschur, Sleeping in Class, Conceited Girls, Be a Millionaire, Beatnik . . . G. Bush, Free Days, People, Easter Egg Salesman . . . W. Doepker, Beer, Warm Beer, Be a Millionaire . . . T. Doyle, Bowling, Homework, Chemical Engineer . . . Dave Fer- guson, Money, Work, Millionaire . . . S. Fox, Whiskey, School, Tramp . . . M. Grimm, Nothing, A Greaser, Start the l.G.A .... D. Gunter, Very Little, Big Shots, Be Rich and a Loafer . . . L. Gutzwiller, Big Game Hunter, Bull Fighting, Become President of Teamsters . . . W. Hausladen, Loafing, Work, President . . . R. Holmes, Everything, Nothing, President of 20th Century-Fox . . . E. Hubert, Homework, No Homework, Teacher . . . W. lnskeep, Science, Pedro Jr. Girls, Graduate . . . J. Henz, Physics, Typing, President of C. G. and E .... A. Jaisle, Money, Nothing, Make Money . . . C. Kaufold, Outdoors, Monday Morning, Success . . . L. Kreimer, Television, Work, Suc- cess . . . J. McSorley, Beer, Flat Tires, Bank President . . .P. Meehan, 2:45, 8:40, Meet St. Patrick . . . L. Meyer, Pedro Jr. Girls, Be a Saint . . . T. Price, Tough-Guys, Cops, Gangster . . . A. Prost, Eskimos, Pedro Sr. Girls . . . J. Ruff, Money, Blondes, Graduate . . . T. Schiller, Sayler Park, Price Hill, Mil's Helper . . . T. Schlinkert, Progres- sive Jazz, Rock and Roll, Sell Ferraris . . . J. Schutte, Everything, School, Get Out of School . . . F. St. Charles, Sports in General, When People Don't Cheer at Basketball Games, Get a Good Education and Graduate from College . . . D. Tekulve, Females, 8:40 A.M., Get Out of E? . . . J. Thieman, Sputnicks, My Boss W. W., Be a Beatnik . . . B. Uhlenbrock, Lou, An "Olds," Graduate . . . B. Wegman, Carol, School, Graduate . . . C. Zuber, Pat, "Beatnicks" Like Jeff Ruff, Graduate . . . T. Waldron, Me, Me, To be Myself. 2I5 PETER REBOLD AND SON, INC. 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