Emmetsburg Catholic School - Echo Yearbook (Emmetsburg, IA)
- Class of 1965
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fc the Wmners Roger Craig leaped on a group
nates surrounding the pitcher Bob Gibson mo
aftei the last out in the seventh World Series
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Democratic Victor-President Lyndon Johnson
won the 1964 election by the greatest plurality
and per cent of the total vote in U. S. history.
johnson became President at the assassination of
John F. Kennedy in 1963.
Barryfs Battle for Votes-Sen. Barry Goldwater
was surrounded by fans at Knoxville, Tenn., air-
port September 16 as he campaigned for the
presidency on the Republican ticket. The con-
servative senator swept to a first-ballot nomina-
tion at the convention in San Francisco.
atzonal Events in Review-1964
I'm the Greatest-Cassius Clay whooped it
up with his handlers after he won the
world heavyweight title in Miami Beach
in February. He was credited with a tech-
nical knockout of Sonny Liston when Lis-
ton failed to answer the bell for the sev-
Alaskan Quake-A whole line of cars rest-
ed about 20 feet below street level on a
main thoroughfare in Anchorage the day
following the disastrous earthquake on
Nobel Prize Winner-Dr. Martin
Luther King, jr., right, was
greeted by Richard C. Patterson,
commissioner of public events,
at Kennedy International Air-
port Dec. 16 on arrival from
Europe. Dr. King was in Oslo
to receive the 1964 Nobel Peace
Dr. Martin Luther King--Winner of Nobel Peace Prize, 1964
"He has proved that he can take setbacks without losing courage or abandoning
Rev. Ake Zetterberg, Dean of Schools
Rev. Mervin Hood
Sacred Heart Parish, Ruthven
Rt. Rev. W. F. Mason
Assumption Parish, Emmetsburg
Rev. Clarence Farrelly
St. Thomas Parish, Emmetsburg
Rev . Melvin Hood
Rev . Roger Augustine
Rev. Leo Riesberg
Mr. John Harrington
This is the cheering section encouraging
Mr. John Wood
American Cove rnment
Sister Mary Jeanora, B.V.M.
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Mrs. Nellie O'Brien and Mrs.
Hilda Long manage the
cafeteria service with the as-
sistance of girls from the upper
and lower classes.
The Solar Corona photographed during a total eclipse
from Green River, Wyoming.
-Mt. Wilson and Palomar Observatories
ROSE ANN BARTOSH
RI CI-IARD DONAHUE
JAMES FRAMBAC I-I
J EAN NE WALD RON
A spiral nebula with satellite nebula in Cane: Venalici
taken with the 200-inch Hale telescope.
-Mt, Wilson and Palomar Observatories
Mary Jo Molloy
1884- -Assumption Church
19 05 - - St. Thomas Church
Maw, possibly the next objective of space prbbes, pho-
tographed in blue light through the 200-inch Hale
Mt. Wilson and Palomar Observatories
Mary C. Dunigan
Jean Marie Conlon
Thomas Framb ach
Mary A. Rupp Diane Schuller Elaine Stoffel
Eldon Stoffel J. Van Oosbree R. Weiland
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Star clouds in the Milky Way are composed of millions
of individual stars forming the arms of our Galaxy.
-Mt. Wilson and Palomar Observatories
Mary Jean Donahue
Jerry Van Oosbree
1952--Emmetsburg Catholic High School
great spiral nebula in Andromeda is believed to be
like our own Galaxy. Two satellite nebulae ap
-Mt. Wilson and Palomar Observatories
J. Harrington P. Kapustynski P. Joynt N. Martini
B. Haywood, M. Studer, P. McNally, D. Carpenter, T. Slagle, B. Neary,
B. Fandel, J. VanOosbree. Coach Wood, B. Brink, L. Hand, L. Leon-
hardt, T. Haywood, M. Foy, D. Goeders, T. Brennan, J. Frambach, M.
Hinrichs, G. Weir, M. Jackson.
T. Haywood G. Leonard M. Foy D. Turck
M. Hin1'iChS J. Frambach J. Haywood T. Brennan
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R. Kehr, T. Frambach, J. Neary, N. Munn, J. Brown, J. Kliegl, P. Joynt
G. Leonard, J. Brennan, L. Goeders, J. Ryan, D. Brown, Coach Harring-
ton, J. Bisenius, N. Martini, J. Haywood, P. Kapustynski, D. Turck.
J. Bisenius L. Goeders G. Weir M. Jackson
Peter Kapustynski tries an end
run and is brought down as
Tom Brennan f47j looks on.
The offensive team tries an
off tackle but is stopped at the
line of scrimmage.
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Irish reserves cheer on the Irish to their
Dennis Goeders is making
yardage as the referee throws
a penalty flag in the back-
Royal made little yardage that
night. One of the reasons was
the good Irish tackling. Here
Dennis Goeders gets a tackle
as Mike Jackson 151, moves
in to help.
Tom Brennan 147, moves with
ball after getting a helping
block from quarterback, Peter
Kapustynski. Tom made good
yardage all year, making six
touchdowns and averaging six
yards per carry.
Peter Kapustynski eludes
Royal defensive players and
runs for a touchdown. Peter
made one touchdown in the
Royal game, and fourteen
throughout the season. He set
a new school record by mak-
ing eighty-eight points in one
Loretta Callaghan explains the functioning of
the Gestetner mimeograph to Mary Kenyon,
Alice Brennan and Rita Ryan.
The Thermo Fax used for photostating is
demonstrated by John Perdue to Paul N amer
and Judy Schuller.
Collier Encyclopedia and
Encyclopedia Americana in this
year's editions are inspected by
Helen Farrell, Mary Jo Molloy,
Julie Hughes, Jean Hand and
In the art department the Amaco
Electric Kiln is used by Gloria Weir and
Sandra Brown for firing clay articles.
Tom Frambach finds the Jet Spray Sign Making
Equipment very usedful as Leo Goeders, Michael
Schultz and John High assist him.
Mary Catherine Dunigan at the Beseler Porta
Scribe explains a geometrical problem.
Uncle Alex Twiggs
Mortimer, Vivian's br
Vivian S mythe -K ersey
Nora Malone, cook,
J ay Tobias
Mrs. Fanny Farnham
PLACE: Larry E11iott's home
in a suburb of St. Louis,
Larry masters the situation
and Uncle Alex wins a
Larry, his aunt, his ward and his
fiancee in a power struggle.
James Kemmer advises the student council members, Bill Brennan, Tom Frambach, Bob Neary, Barbara Culver,
Janet Molloy and Kathleen Myers. Helen Farrell was absent.
The science laboratory is an important workroom in this space age.
Arts and crafts help to develop useful citizens.
Clssical, liturgical and modern music compose their repertory
BASKETBALL TEAM OF 1964-1965
Coach Harrington, L. Hand, G. Weir, M. Foy, P. Joynt and N. Martini. Managers D. Goeders and M. Jackson, J
Brown, C. Joynt, P. Kapustynski, M. Hinrichs, and J. Bisenius.
Our cheerleaders conduct regular pep rallies after school and before each game. They backed the football team
through nine victories and encouraged good sportsmanship at the basketball games. Pictured in the new uniforms
below are Jean I-land, Alice Brennan, Helen Farrell, Suzanne Hand, Mary Erwin and Rita Higgins.
These new green and gold uniforms for the girls and boys were purchased by the Booster Club of Emmetsburg
Catholic High School.
Personal typing for freshmen has been
part of the curriculum for three years.
Cheering is work as well as fun.
Juniors and seniors prepare for office
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Larry Hand, and Tom Haywood participated in the State Track Meet at Des Moines on May 15, 1965.
Graduation Exercises were held in Corrigan Hall on May 30, 1965.
Chou Listens-Red Chinese Premier Chou En-Lai held
an earpiece as he listened to an address by the Soviet
Union's new party leader, Leonid Brezhnev, during a
meeting of world Communists in Moscow on November
6. Alexei Kosygin, Soviet premier, is at right.
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tages and Belgian paratroopers were
carried from rescue plane at Leopold-
ville after it arrived from Stanleyville
November 24. The paratroopers de-
scended on the rebel-held Congo city
just as a massacre of hostages began,
and their quick work saved the lives of
Alliance Talks-British Foreign Secre-
tary Patrick Gordon Walker, left,
talked with VVest German Chancellor
Ludwig Erhard in Bonn on November
15 during efforts to find a compromise
on a new nuclear force for the trou-
bled Atlantic Alliance.
New President-Foreign Minister Giuseppe
Saragat Crightj was formally notified in
Rome on the ni ht of December 28 that
he had been elected president of Italy
Warld Events in Revzew 1964
Pope Visits India-The 38th International Eucharistic Congress opened in Bombay
India, on November 28. In December, Pope Paul VI made the longest papal Journey
in history to attend sessions of the congress
They Died in '64-These world figures died during the
year. From left are Prime Minister Nehru of India
General Douglas McArthur of the United States and
former President Herbert Hoover
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