Gettysburg High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Gettysburg, OH)

 - Class of 1956

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The individual Seniors, each having valuable possessions, leave them as follows: I, James Leroy Arnett, will my wavy hair to Richard Hahn. I, Ralph Larry Brewer, will my car load of girls to Ronnie Baker. I, Myra Jane Bowman, will my State Homemaker Degree to Marcha Wombold. I, Linda Lou Class, will my youngest brother to Julia Ann Fourman. I, Ronald Kay Eley, will my height and awkwardness to Luther Strobel. I, Richard Maurice Fine, will my seven sisters to anyone who can handle them. I, Mildred Irene Flora, will my job as a Literary Editor to any Junior with a bigger imagination than mine. I, Teddy Ray Griffieth, will my Ford power plant to Lester Lutz. I, Herbert Leroy Hill, will my Secretary and Treasurer job to any Junior who can get elected. I, Jackie Lee Horner, will my farming ability to Larry Witwer. I, Charles Allen James, will my ability to drink pop in English class to Eldean Glick. I, John .Kenneth Keller, will my catchers mit to George Bartram. V I, Beverly Jane Lecklider, will my Prince of Peace book to Judith Reed. I, Richard Ross Marker, will my pajama pants to Charles Didier. I, Kenneth Richard McNutt, will my typing and shorthand ability to Wayne Burns. I, Donna Irene Miller, will my quietness and bashfulness to Janet Eley. I, Lawrence Leroy Miller, will my good car to Harold Arnett. I, Thomas Edward Miller, will my natural curly hair to Joyce Stephens. I, Gene Edwin Riffell, will the base dru.m to any boy who can match Mr. Bynum's mustache. I, Gayle Emery Rhoades, will my literature book to anyone who can endure it. I, Norma Jean Root, will my Scrabble game to any girl who can find a boy to help make use of it. I, Dixie Lee Sando, will my bookkeeping ability to Betty Zacharias. I, Charles Everett Sell, will my flat-top to Bill Harmon. I, James Robert Stelle, will my seat in chemistry to Paul Barga. I, Carl Richard Strobel, will my running ability to Ronnie Johnson. I, Patsy Marie Unger, will my ability to get the car any time I want it to Alice Stebbins. I, Roger Raymond Wehrley, will my ability to skip school to all sleepy heads. I, Betty Lou Wetzel, will my cheerleading outfit to Osa. Mae Butts. Hlass Prophecy "YOU ARE THERE" This is Channel XYZ, Planet, Mars, bringing to you a special program. Our narrator for this special program. is Mr. Floyd J. Maurer, who recently spent a day in Gettytown, District 56, Planet, Mars. Hello! folks, it is my pleasure to reveal to you the happenings that took place September 3, 1966, on Mars. I met Roger Wehrley, Superintendent of Getty High School, whose complete faculty were members from the "56" Senior Class of Gettysburg High School, Earth, and he wanted me to see the splendid jobs that they were doing. I met Dixie Sando working as the school secretary, who is still single which pleases all the high school boys. Dixie took me to see Donna Miller, a Registered Nurse at the Getty Hospital, who was making her annual check-ups at the school. Noticing Myra Jane Bowman, the Home Economics teacher, rush by the door, I went to see her department. While we were talking, in came Linda Class, who was to demonstrate her hair style, "Pink Poodle", for bald-headed women to Myra's Home Economics classes. I found Herbert Hill, the science teacher, working in the school laboratory. After hearing a big roar, Herbert informed me,that it was the band practicing under the direction of Jane Lecklider, head of the Music Department. At lunchltalked to Jack Horner, the agriculture teacher, who drives an 888 rocket ship. We were discussing the progress of agriculture on Mars when he told me that Carl Strobel had leased a few acres of his land for research to the Future Farmers of Mars. Jack also told me about James Steele's most recent poultry development---hens that lay three eggs. I talked to Larry Brewer, the English and math teacher. He told me about his family's past sumrner's vacation at Lawrence Millers "Spend It And Enjoy It", summer resort, which had a swimming pool made of platinum and pearls. I went out into the hall and found Joh.n Keller, the champion interplanetary basketball coach since defeating the Globe Trotters, Earth, and Charles Sell, the recent Ping-Pong champion. I congratulated both of them on their fine work. We met Betty Lou Smith, the Mayor's wife, in the hall and she took me to see her Commercial Department. I asked Betty if Norma Root were teaching anywhere. She said Norma was to take a position at the new elementary school this fall. I left the high school and drove over to the elementary building and found Richard Marker, owner of the "Build Them High And Square" construction company. He purchased his Cadillac from Ronald Eley, who is President of Mars General Motors Division. On my way over to see Richard I talked to James Arnett, owner of the Cosmic Ray Water Pistol factory. While driving down Main Street I noticed a big sign reading "Martian News---Kenneth Mc- Nutt, Star Reporter", so I stopped. He told me about the gold plaque that Gayle Rhoades, Police Commissioner, was awarded for solving the murder of Captain Video. I stopped at a dress shop to get my wife something and found Patsy Jackson to be the pro- prietor. While at the dress shop I met Mildred Flora, who is working as a Spaceline Hostess on one of Dick Fine's many space ships. Dick is President of the Interplanetary Travel Service and has many flights scheduled each day. I found my way to the 1:own's finest night-club. The evening's entertainment featured Gene Riffell and Tom Miller, who are well known for their jazz and popular music. I left the night- club feeling very proud of the success of the class I supervised in 1955-56. 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WALTER F. wEscHE Courtesy of GETTYSBURG BRANCH GREENVILLE NATIUNAL BANK f Greenville, Ohio Complete Banking Fac lllties Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation l W 4 1 I W 4 4 1 4 1 uigi Gonzaga was born on March 9, 1568, in the small Italian hillside village of Castiglione, of wealthy parentage. nder no external pressures, at the age of seven- teen, he gave up his title and entered the Society of jesus. n 1591, then only twenty-three years of age, he died of the plague ministering to the poor and sick of Rome. onzaga University was founded in Spokane, Wash- ington, more than three hundred years later and named after him. n succeeding years the high school division of the University published a yearbook called the Lzfigiam in honor of him. nd once more in 1956 we of the Luigirm staff respectfully present the .... ineteen hundred and fifty-six edition of the . . . -2.- LUI GIA 1956 ,. fl? .X ISHED ANNUALLY BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDE LARRY ZAPPONE ........ Editor-in-Chief ED SMITH .............,.... Associate Editor JIM MANSON .......... Business Manager DONN HERRON ,........... Senior Editor ...S- 45'-zv fF N M A I Q X 15 Inn QWCQLL fi-X .1 "I ji X1 ff-fx xg . XX, A ,ff 'Q Q "Lv - Xi .y,. ' X gx V? hi NA x R XVQXS - lb X:Svsf fr gk "ff ' 1 f' .' ,Q X 1 - I? 5-7 I V7 -' tx f , f ug x +, c f L1 ' - , .. H ,F 5 ,v ,fb-.,: If MARY, THE MOTHER OF GOD -4- DEDICATION Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners Now and at the hour of our death. Amen. These words are taken from a petition that embodies all the loyalty and devotion that Gonzagans have for our Blessed Mother. Throughout the past years we have sought her help in times of trial and we have rejoiced with our Lady in times of triumph. Now, facing the future, we turn once more to the Mother of God in the fervent hope that she will continue to intercede for us. Apprehensive, we have turned to herg appreciative, we take this opportunity to thank her. To the Mother of God we dedicate this Luigian. ...5.. 4 15 , ia 2 E GONZAGA PREPARATORY "The world knows nothing of its greatest men." -6- Sir Henry Taylor 5 w AIIMINI TIIATIIW i f 1 ig' x A - . GQNIAGA nlnnvolv FR. MICHAEL B. KUNZ, SJ. Rector g . BOLQJWM FR. JOSEPH E. PERRI, SJ. FR. GORDEN E. TONER, SJ. Vice-Principal Principal 'lair' 7 ' FR. JOHN F. HURLEY. SJ. Treasurer Fr. Arn trong, SJ. Perri smiling at the same time? ' Wil What's this? Both Fr. Toner and Fr. W c I Fr. Chapman, SJ. FR. WILLIAM E. ARMSTRONG-Jr. Religion, Mod. of Junior Soclality, French. Mod. of Soph. Sodality. Ff-DUHf1,S-J- FR. joHN, J. DUNN-Fiosii Religion, Mod. of Frosh Sodality. FR. TIMOTHY GLANCEY-Frosh English, Latin, Algebra, Religion, History. FR. RONALD J. HERRON-si. Religion, speech, i Soph. English, Mod. of Resident Students Fr. Glancey, SJ. l K X I Fr. Herron, Sal. K FR. HARRY M. JAHN-Adv. Algebra, Director Fr. J. in, SJ. , of Athletics. ff! ' . i, FR. MICHAEL B. KUNZ-Chemistry, Father f Uh' Rector. l Fr. Kunz, SJ. ..9.. FR. CHARLS A. CHAPMAN-Soph. Religion, ligion, man Latin. Fr. Masterson, SJ. W 1 R 1 x , ,JL LLQC Zi.,-f fl, l ly X i 1 W, U Fr. Thatcher, SJ. The law-enforcing Fr- Zehnder, SJ. faction of our Iibrary. FR. FRANCIS D. MASTERSON-Jr. and Sr. Re- FR. PETER P. O'GRADY-Soph. English, Fresh- Fr. Schoenberg, SJ. I l Fr. O'Grady, SJ. FR. ROBERT V. RENNER-Mod. History, jr. Religion, Dir. of Library. FR. WILFRED P. SCHOENBERG-Sr. Religion, Sociology. FR. JOHN R. THATCHER-Frosh Religion, Spiritual Father, Mod. of Sr. Sodality, Mod. of Glee Club. FR. VICTOR R. ZEHNDER-El Algebra, Gen. Science, Gen. Math. MR. KENNETH W. BAKER-Frosh English, jr. English, Greek 1 and 2, Journalism, Mod of Gonzagan. MR. JOSEPH P. CARLSON-Jr. Latin, Sr. Latin. l Mr. Baker, SJ. .ll I Mt. Carlson, SJ. . WEQJQEX .'f"l l lil Mr. DeJardin, SJ. Mr. Haas, S.J. MR. JOSEPH DeJARDIN-Frosh and Soph. Latin, Assist. Librarian. MR. JAMES A. HAAS-Typing, Mod. of Luigian, Assist. Librarian, Mod. of Tennis Club. MR. PATRICK D. HOPPER-Physics, Trig., Mod. of Science Club. MR. JOHN T. LIEN-Anc and Mod. History, Mod. of Photo Club. A MR. JAMES M. MCDONOUGH-Anc. History, Frosh English, Frosh Athletics. MR. JOHN O'LEARY-Frosh English, Assist. Dir. of Athletics. Mr. O'Leary, S.J. Spokanes new Bishop, Bernard Topel, I fi is here shown with Father Kung and N , J Father Toner. I A J, 7 .W 1,9 Mr. Hopper, SJ. Vi .i it-UL! JW f' I5 69 5 f ri ya 421 ,J .W ui Mr. McDonough, SJ. MR. ERNEST A. RICHLIE-Soph. Religion, Typing. MR. PAUL N. ROBINSON-Jr. English, Soph. Latin, Assist. Basketball and Baseball Coach. Mr. Richlie, S.J. Mr. Robinson J ll U 17 MR. EUGENE F. SCHNEIDER-Sr. English, Mod. of Leash and Band. MR. JOSEPH H. SMALL-Frosh Latin, Soph. English, Mod. of Sock and Buskin, Dir. of Book- store. MR. THOMAS D. SULLIVAN-El Algebra. MR. WILLIAM SUVER-Commercial law, Plane Geometry, Civics, Mod. of Debate. Mr. Schneider, SJ. i i I WW! Mr. Small, SJ. MR. PAUL H. TONAN, -- Chemistry, General Science. l Mf- 5U"iVfff1,5-J- MR. RICHARD MCGINN-Gen. Business, Gen. , Arithmetic, Bookkeeping, Bookkeeper. X x MR. WILLIAM FRAZIER-Plane Geometry, Head Football and Baseball Coach. MR. DONALD J. MILLER-Jr. English, soph, English, P.E., Assist. Football Coach, Head Track Coach. Mr. Suver, SJ. Mr. Tonan,S. J. Mr. McGirm tx Mr. Miller Nw Mr. Frazier -12.- .. M7 SUM Office Secretary Mrs. Miller Matthew Kelly Custodians: MATTHEW KELLY LES LEPPELL Engineer: CARL FISSLER Cooks: MARGARET ANDERSON MRS. DORIS VARCOE EVA SNIDER Mrs. Doris Varcoe Eva Snider MR. JOHN A. PRESLEY--Head Basketball Coach, Assit. Coach of Football and Baseball. MRS. DONALD J. MILLER Mr. Presley Les Leppell Carl Fissler George McGee, dish washer, is here shown Margaret Anderson at his fposfl -13- 'Q T -Si 5 ii , L - . ...Q il 2 T '15 3 12 2 7-2. 5 sl. E 5" 5 ? gf -:ff .2 ' ...E ..-. E X -r. :: E 'eg It 2 GONZAGA PREPARATORY "The mind ought sometimes to be diverted, that it may return the better to thinking." Phaedrus 114.- -15- se so RETREAT Fr. joseph P. Costa, SJ., dictates to the upperclassmen. Every year the students of Gonzaga High School set aside three days out of the year for the annual retreat. This they consider to be the most important three days of the entire school year. Again this year the senior retreat was held in the gym while the frosh had their retreat in the chapel. The senior retreat was given by Fr. Joseph P. Costa of the Society of Jesus. The senior retreat this year was based on loyalty and purity of heart and mind. The frosh again were aptly taken care of by our Spiritual Director, Fr. John Thatcher SJ. As a whole, the retreat went over again with an outstanding realization of the golden rule, silence. The groups that are usually the noisest and usually cause the - most trouble were outstandingly quiet, and concentrated on making a good retreat to again regain a satisfactory spiritual agreement between themselves and God. The Freshmen listen intently to Gonzaga's Spiritual Director, Ft. John Thatcher, SJ. 116- 'lllllll 'I' C0llNClL THE STUDENT COUNCIL is here shown with lst Semester A.S.B. Officers: FIRST ROW: Dick Wolfe, jim Decker, jeff Colliton, Frosh Consultor, Nick August, Treas- urer, Norb Trauba, Vice President, john Lynch, President, Donn Herron, Secretary, Charles Cory, jack Holt, Genio Bradbury. SECOND ROW: Mark Anderson, Robin Dodson, Mike Asan, Ron Sommars, Gaylen Marsh, Mike Lewis, Tom Crowley, Rod Adams, Wendy Winslow, Greg Colliton. THIRD ROW: Geoffrey Ota, Angelo Roman, Mike Murphy, Pete Bourbeau, Dennis Boni, Harvey Dubois, Gene McKenna, Greg Kroetch, Paul Griffith. FOURTH ROW: Dick Ealer, John Hunting, Bill Bruya, Tom McAndrews, Larry Zappone, Vye Smith, Pat Pugh, Ed Reilly, Dave Roth- rock. FIFTH ROW: Carl Rief, Don Durall, Mike Carl, joe Hawley, Jerry Wasson, Mike O'Nei1l, john Ted Frosh Consultant. john Lynch Ist Semester A.S.B. Pres. -17- Second Semester President Bob Meighan administers the oath of office to the other officers: Dave Sprague, Vice Pres ohn Armenia, Treasurer, Mike O'Neill, Secretary, and jerry Geraghty FRONT ROW: Ed Reilly, Ray Zugel, Ray Bowman, Joe Hawley, Mike O'Neill, Ted MC- Gregor, Jim Manson, Bill Bruya. SECOND ROW: Bill Symmes, Pete Higgins, Ike Peter- sen, Tom Crowley, Dennis Cosette, Nick August, Don McNall. THIRD ROW: Vye Smith, Pete Norrie, Pete Borbeau, Art McGinn, Donn Herron, Phil Anderson jerry Baruffi. FOURTH ROW: Dave Sprague, john Lynch, Bob Meighan, Mike7Riley, Dan Corrigan, john Armenia. K IGHT 0F 'Illll LEA H The Knights of the Leash, a service organization made up of students chosen for their excellence in studies and extra-curricular activities, has the difficult task of keeping order in the student body, and also setting good example for the other students. Various school events are also ushered each year by members of this club. The "Knight Flight," the annual dance sponsored by the Leash, proved to be a huge success. The dance was held in the Silver Room of the Spokane Hotel with music furnished by Ralph Dickenson, one of Spokanels most popular bands. King and queen of the event were Bob Meighan and Sue Kelliher. Leash officers are shown with Mr. Eugene Schneider, SJ., Mod., Joel Hawley, Sergeant-at-Arms, Bill Symmes, Vice-President, Mike O'Neill, President: and Pete Norrie, Secretary-Treasurer. -ISM ......nn1 in..--V Above: just a few of the "Beauties" around Gonzaga. Center: Lovely Geraldine Baruffi grits her teeth as she takes the full impact of Norb Traubafs Leash paddle. Below: Bob "King for a Day" Meighan and Queen Sue Kelliher are here shown at the "Knight Flight." M. THE ACTIVITIES OF THE 'LEASH' FOR 1956 WERE AS VARIED AS THEIR MANY DUTIES. THEY RANGED FROM SUCH CLUB MATTERS AS THE INITIATION TO ONE OF THE MOST OUTSTANDING SOCIAL EIZENTS OF THE YEAR, THEIR ANNUAL "KNIGHT FLIGHT." A Q 'me 1 Sll lllll 0llALl'l'Y The moderator of the Senior Sodality, Sodalists could be often found at morn- Fr. john Thatcher, speaks to the Sodalists ing Mass in the Chapel before school during one of their meetings. especially during Lent. LEFT TO RIGHT: Art McGinn, Gregg Kroetch, Pete Norrie, Ron Budig, Andy Lewis, Bob Meighan, Larry Zappone, Norb Trauba, Dick Faler, Mike O'Neil1, Donn Herron, Pat Tierney, john Heffernan, Vincent Gerber, Vye Smith jim Barrett, and Joe Hawley Cseatedj. -20- L J . ,u lllllllllllll BETA S Q' ' Left: This picture clearly typifies the life at the Boarders' Hall. Note par- ticularly the strenuous activity involved. FATHER HERRON, Moderator. Gamma Beta officers are CFirst Semesterb Dave Olheiser, Jim Dun- gan, john Baggs, CSecond Semesterj Ray Bowman, Mike Loch, Al Van Buskirk. Seated are Pat Stiles CFirst Semester Pres.J, and Fred Hiler C Second Semester Pres.D. GAMMA BETA: Ist Row: Pat Doran, Malcolm McRae, Mike Loch, Dave Olheiser, Scott Vaught, Ron Wheatley. 2nd Row: Alan Van Buskirk, Mike Crowley, Dale Svaraerud, Henry Hiller, jake Harder. 3rd Row: Bob May, Bill Whitmore, Ray Bowman, Harold Olheiser, Pat Stiles. 4th Row: Jim Duugan, John Baggs, . Fred Hiler, John May, Rod Clarke, Jacques Olis. SOCK 8: RUSKIN: Mod. Mr. Small, FIRST ROW: Dennis McKinley, Jim Murphy, Tom Crowley, Larry Menegas, Don McNall, John Roberg, john R. Black. SECOND ROW: Charles Welch, Tom McAndrews, john Heffernan, Steve Kerley, Bob Bruya, Greg Kroetch. THIRD ROW: Bill Bruya, Ron Summars, Bill Kunz, jim Flaherty, Frank Burger, Mike McKinnon. FOURTH ROW: jerry Kenney, Joe Hawley, john Lynch, Mike O'Neill, Ted McGregor, Dan Corrigan. :B Shown below are the Sock 81 Buskin officers: Frank Bur- ger, Sgt. at Arms, jim Fla- herty, President, and Tom Crowley, Secretary. Missing is Tom McAndrews, Vice Presi- dent. l FIRST ROW: Gary Blair, Pat August, Bruce Hopkins, john Armenia, Dan Brown. SECOND ROW: john Gra- ham, Tom Chapman, Ed Reilly, Ray Zu- gel, Art McGinn, John Mullen. THIRD ROW: Dave Morgan, Mike Karlsten, Darrell jesse, john Hilger. SIICK AND BU KIN The Champ, Joe Pendleton Cjim Flahertyb, poses in the best of form with his Manager Max Levene and Head Angel Mr. Jordan I Frank Burger and john Lyn A detective CTom Crowleyj tries vainly to get information from joe and his trainer CTom Mc- Andrewsb as the bewildered doctor Cjoe Hawleyj leaves the scene. "Why can't you hear me?" joe's spirit shouts, as the rest of the cast makes small talk, completely Chl unaware of joe's presence. the Lawd that he should take two "kags o' -23 The 1955-56 season was undoubtedly one of the best that the Sock 8: Buskin Club has ever had. This year the club was extremely active. They presented two top-notch Broadway plays in the Gonzaga Prep Gym besides assisting in some of Marycliff's and Holy Names, plays. Their first play, the Broadway hit "Heaven Can Wfaitu, starred Jim Flaherty in the title role and was a smash hit, 'Both nights it played there wasnlt an empty seat in the house. Their sec- ond production, "Green Pastures", starred Darrell Jesse, a newcomer to Gonzaga this year, and Art Mc- Ginn in the main roles. "Green Pastures" was also an instant hir with all who saw it. All the perform- ers turned in exceptionally fine jobs. The Sock and Buskin Club has done a large part in making this year a year to be well remembered at Prep. The entire cast of "Green Pastures" is here shown in the finale of the Sock and Buskin Club's second production. "De Lawd' CDarrell Jessej listens to Noah Cjohn Hilgerb as the latter tries to convince likker' aboard the Ark FIRST ROW: Dave Rothrock, Tom McDonnell, Dan Murphy, Pat Ford, Tom Con- nolly, Charles Cory, Ron Wheatley. SECOND ROW: Tom Rice, Cliff Frey, Bruce Hopkins, Ken Semerad, Tom McKinnon, Pat Shine, Jim Poesl. THIRD ROW: Bob May, Mike O'Neill, Bob Lamp, Bill Tanksley, Pete Morrie, Donn Herron. MR. WILLIAM SUVER Moderator The exceptional is the rule when speaking about Gonzaga de- bate teams. To the winning precedent set by former years, addi- tional awards were again added this year to attest the truth of the above statement. Semi-final status was attained at the Seattle Univ., Marquette High school, and Gonzaga Univ. debate tour- naments by the team of Pete Norie and Donn Herron. In the individual events, Bill Tanksley won recognition in dra- matic interpretation, as did Donn Herron in oratory competition. Herron also terminated his final year of debating by placing second in scholarship competition at Seattle Univ. and by securing the best debater award for the U. W. Debate League. The varsity team under the direction of Mr. Suver, SJ., was composed of two seniors, Pete Norrie and Donn Herron, and two juniors, Tom Rice and Bill Tanksley. Although the members of the varsity team received the actual acknowledgements, full credit must also be given to the remainder of the squad whose support and assistance made a great part of the year's success possible. Among these, those most promising for another successful year are Dan Murphy, Tom McKinnon, and Bob Lamp. 'e ff fx IQ 'ill ' W I li ' ' I hi , il , in , I . Shown is one of the many debates held at Gonzaga Prep during the school year. ..24- N XM X KX! X X NX W X SKXN x NWN Class marshals for Gonza a Ni ht were Dan Brown, Soph S 8 ' omores, Mike O'Neil1, Seniors, john Lynch, Grand Mar- shal, Ed Reilly, juniors, and Gary Faltico, Freshmen. Always a highlight of Gonzaga Night is the presentation of Varsity Football Letters. uit., ....g..s. r,--..-- ...., ,-,-, ----,. tional award from Coach Frazier. G0 ZAGA lGll'l' Gonzaga has many great traditions, but one of the finest is that of Gonzaga Night. This year, Gonzaga Night was Qas always, we might addy a huge suc- cess. Each of the four class marshals fol- lowed in the footsteps of Gonzaga orators and was warmly received, as was each class's presentation of talent. This was the Sophomores' year to gloat as they took the grand prize with their uncanny arrangement of "Sixteen Tons." They barely edged out the Seniors, however, who gave a sharp rendition "A Day in the Life of joe Prep." The awarding of all the Varsity football letters and the presentation of the Inspirational Award to Nick CCheechJ August completed the program. The alarm clock has rung and joe Prep Csometimes known as Art McGinnJ wearily rises and prepares for another day chock full of learning. -36- Famous crooner Con Lacey serenades his fellow classmates as the Juniors present their conception of a class reunion in Miami. The pleas of Father Perri CBob Meighanj fall on the deaf ears of joe Prep as Father Toner Chloe Hawleyj grimly looks on. Father 'lhatcher directs the Glee Club as they open this year's Gonzaga Night program. -27- Coaeh Frazier fDan Murohvl tells the grand prize winning Sophomore Quartette to "Go! Go! Go! for good old' Gonzaga Prep" as they sing their catchy arrange- ment of "Sixteen Tons." "G" CLUB: FIRST ROW: Bob Boyd, Bill Symmes, Nick August, Mike Riggs, Ike Petersen, Denny Cossette, Tom Osborne, john Heffernan, Pete Dean, Doc Casey. SECOND ROW: Terry Gwinn, jim O'Connel, Larry Engelhard, Dale Svarverud, E. Reilly, Tom Lyonnaise, John Armenia, Tom McAndrews, Mike Lewis, Tom Crowley. THIRD ROW: Pat Tierney, Don Burrell, Mike McKinnon, john Barrington, Ralph Brown, Rod Clark, Dick McLane, Royal Stulrs, Al Snarski, Jerry Buechler, Don Schafer. FCURTH ROW: George Carty, jerry Kenney, Bob Frankovic, Bob Erickson, Jon Hilger, john Hunting, jim Flaherty, Denny Morgen, Jerry Baruffi, Dan Corrigan. FIFTH ROW: John Baggs, Jerry Wasson, joe Hawley, john Lynch, Pat West, Mike Bowers, Dave Sprague, Bob Meighan, Reginald Vollmer. PEP CLUB: FIRST ROW: Graham Schultz, Art McGinn, Gary Blair, Donn Herron CPres.D, Dan Brown, Charles Roberg. SECOND ROW: Terry Gwinn, Larry Zappone, Mick McLane, Art Schmidt, Denny Morgen, jerry Baruffi, Pat Tierney. Third Row: Bill Green, Dave Meloche, Bob Meighan, Tom Miller, Leo Riley, Ray Zugel. Glllll CL ll Richard Tausch, Accompanist FR. JOHN THATCHER, SJ. GLEE CLUB: FRONT ROW: Dave Martin, Danny Kraut, Barry Ganje, Don Shnrp, jerry Atkinson, Ron Lavoie, Don Hill, James Maguire, Mike Shea. SECOND ROW: Joe Bartholomew, James Scott, john Devine, Arthur Aikman, Larry Broderick, Dennis Peltier, Robert Marx, Robert Pearson, Grant McLaughlin. THIRD ROW: james Schneider, Bruce Keyes, Gary Loefler, Mike Kraut, ojhn Doyle, Mike Hattamer, Mike Garrity, Ron Budig, Greg Kroetch. LAST ROW: Bill Kunz, Ron Albo, Payton Rickel, Robert McNeese, Mike Uptagraft, Carl Reif, Paul Wardian, Fred Hilar, Mike Loch, Jimmie Murphy. BAND: Mr. Schneider, SJ. Mod: FIRST ROW: john Dimeling, Mike Strong, Joe Mcdonald, Bob Wright, john Martel, Creg Druffel, Ron Wheeler. SECOND ROW: Walt Weller, jim Adams, Ted Wolf, Bob Kuntz, Mike Sullivan, Fred Edgett, James Morin. THIRD ROW: Ken Thomas, john O'Neill, Ed Smith, Jack Marks, James Murphy, Pete Campbell, Bill Cook. FOURTH ROW: Larry Kelly, Larry Zappone, Ted McGregor, jim Manson, Denny Mogen, Andy Lewis, jake Harder. MR. EUGENE SCHNEIDER, SJ. BA D Moderator JIM MANSON ANDY LEWIS BOB KUIN TZ -30.- 52: ' ' ,,., . i'W"i .ess :,. : . . a i VD4, .aaa JUG . 4 : 13... it l. W. -. 35 7 5 ?'2if if 4 J. A Az ,4 ugf-"Wav, ,. W P K Q if J v fs 4 2 tif 4 P S a ' L , sh . rr 1 x -A 4 Q ' .F-fr. .. i 'rrf' -::--ff : :sr-:':-.rf-:af-:.:'. .Q w : '.'-2:23 :...':2::-.:-.:.f?' lie' '52 3 M W-wif.: , wb X I 4 or if .1 a s QM + L, i ran kr 51 2 Q by tri? 2 " MCH ,gg Z + L fa W :ig ' 'l 1. 3 , 1 , a x . Z 1 do 5, 4 vm' 4 W fi 11 ' . 3 u if K a 4 D 9 145 , , my Y 'H VWM X Sf '91 Q 'fig E if Q1 z gif wh l -4.3 -V wif 4.3. ..::Z'p:..I is 2. E :I :-rua: Q . ,?: - as fn" 'LL' I "1 . .1-5 505 1 ---' , ki wi 111. - Sf iff A is . . J 1 f l As the golden sun sets inthe West, and the first strains of the Angelus are heard, we again turn to the Sunset Club and jug. This 'extral activity is exclu- those whose grades ndous and for political sively reserved for Werenyt treme rebels. Although it is not the most 0 ular it certainly has the largest en- P P a rollment of any activity in the school. Warden Perri, SJ. FR. WILFRED SCHOENBERG, SJ. 'PH UAMPU Two years ago the site on which the present Gonzaga Prep now stands was nothing but a few acres of barren land. Upon this ground the people of Spokane built a Catholic School, but because of the condition of the- surrounding area, this school was simply a modern building in an open field. In two short years, however, a tremendous amount of work has turned this open field into a beautifully landscaped school campus. There are many who have contributed to this result, notably, Mr. William Suver, who planned and built our Marian Shrine. Yet one man stands out from all others: Fr. Wilfred Schoenberg. Father came to Gonzaga the year the school was built and at once undertook the job of developing the grounds He spent months of his spare time working on the athletic fields, especially after school when he had plenty of 'volunteer' help from jug. One need but look at the campus as it now appears in order to realize that Father has done wonders. Therefore, we, the student body of Gonzaga Preparatory School, wish to say, "Thank you, Father Schoenberg, for a tremendous job well done." Two short years ago, this well tended lawn wasn't much more than a weed patch. ' Foolm' Field 1 3 1 -If , FA W' Pike 5 fa H I ' f 3, Q Q-' ' 'f-' f"H Hf?: -52- ' 45- PHO'I'0llllllPHY ULUB . , enny Weigand, Greg Druffel, Mike Huss, Don Sharp, Mike Soran, Doc Casey. SECOND ROW: Wendy Winslow, Eric Greenfield, Cliff Gosselin, Malcolm Sharp, Pat Ford, Bob Gay, Tim Hopkins. THIRD ROW: joe Clark, Bob Bruya, Bob Lamp, Mike Keolker,, Leon Heinen, Roly Weinhandl, Bob C Ma FOURTH ROW . y. : Terry Simonitch, Bill Hottell, Terry Gwinn, Don Stippel, Joe Wenski, Ted Lonnevik, jim Poesl. U 40 a . Q Mr. John Lien, SJ Moderator The Photography Club of Gonzaga Prep has been 'branded' with the endless job of taking, de- veloping, and printing all of the many pictures for the Gonzagan, the Luigian, and for publicity stories on the school. In addition to this, they must study and keep up on the latest photographic techniques. Under the capable direction of Mr. john Lein, they have proven themselves to be largely responsible for the fine photographic work in your annual. Activity in the Dark Room? -33.... john Mullen Att McGinn Bill Hottell Wfriter Sports Editor Asst. Editor ,... - 'V --: f'rf:t.a 115:23 . W, .ss .sisffssimsf S i t ii i I 22:52 2 1 Egg "" 1 i . .- 5322 maze-f: --1 -:-:-5-xg 6 03 H ww -s5:g:,ai:5E:!::z:25,2522 mt Mira? Don McNall Copy Editor inf Mike O'Neill Editor--in-Chief 011 Gonzaga's delegates to the Press Conference are here i Editor Mike O'Neill and Feature Ed shown: They are left to right, SEATED: Donn Herron, itor Mike McKinnon proof read the Art McGinn, Mike O'Neill, Larry Zappone, Mike Mc- copy to be used in the Gonzagan. Kinnon, and Vye Smith. STANDING: Roly Weinhandl, Dick McGmn, and Jim Manson. -34.. 51 :es gk ! :jifgytf-f',,'a-2 sf . ...,,. , , ...s at .::E5If:5:J:":2"f252,551 ' 7 Q : . 1 . 1 10,5 xllgq, 1,1513 1 nik fl hill' if 111 we t is 1 1 Q1 fr is 2 5 1 if M-1 1 1 21111121 gli 1 1 4 , 535198322 . . A 11,9 1' ..,... WE.: lr , Z .VA yimgg 'g irl' ...., . ra F, ...., , . if. Dick McGinn Dave Rolfe Mike McKinnon D Writer Wnrer Feature Editor 1 Mr. Kenneth Baker Moderator C Terry Gwinn tu' 4 Typist r .- Ln KI Associate Editor B111 Hottell discusses a Writeup with Moderator Mr Baker corrects copy while B111 Hottell and john Mullen writer ohn Mullen and typist Terry Gwinn look on 35 L! , 1 1 W We 1 Q - Q . J s - 4 ANDY LEWIS Add. Mgr. Business managers Cseatedj Jim Mason and Andy Lewis, discuss sales with their staff: Cstandingj Bill Green, Mike Karlsten, Don Stippel, Pat August, john Mullen, and Eugene Ross. SUN? EW if ,sszs s ss 5 im 55 A 5158, W S eg ' X gimp! .... 1 5: II' I I.:-10' S is ifis -2255 5 5 ? ?'sE'755i? i' in I flies? 'tt is is at ,I K X K 5 x sill 'Q ll? 2 I 1 HE Q13 Q W' Y I JOEL HAWLEY JIM BARRETT ROLY WEINHANDL Sales Mgr. Layouts Photography -36-. LARRY ZAPPONE Editor-in-Chief ED SMITH Assoc. Ed. MR. JAMES A. HAAS Moderator JIM MANsoN Business Mgr. ART MCGINN DONN HERRON Sports Ed. Senior Ed. -57- "In that place of pain and pride, where they nobly fought and nobly died." . Joyce Kilmer rig? gp 4 yi i l L ii XC' A5 M 'Jr Q A ,K ::5Ef.:l, .W-...!1,:. :,,:,,. X ffl ' ,,,, 1 -::'..f::,5sg. :gi w L- .Q '5a"! W W A is ': ':, ' '- 244324 is hm 'Q V 5. 1 wigs 123522 . ziiwimfil S 2 1 is A HFS fififm A 14 H i ,id if N 8 K m 1 3 www K W f is 1 ig 'M Q . 'S I 1 JH W ' vi 1' i flag , Z ,Q 3, K 171 get Ep s s..,. , . ...... JOHN HEFFERNAN Arr Ed. V. .-13:-w2zv.92SH-s:1?',aw:1. .-.cssss J, V-.,-vs: -.'-5 g, :,g.g.,f:ma'-: :I-ess.: a:.::f- . ., .,., 1-,, .i,. Q .,, , iv . ,fir i 'B U' ai 45 ,dk 'Q affix, 2 iii? 11 L? 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H xii" ,gfiy Q ef' 94" s 'J' Mas was offered in the Chapel every morning during Lent. one of the Weekly CYD- "Wanna buy some wine?" This is a formal class? ,,,.,,.,,.i. ., 11. ., A. n.9,.... .,,i. s ' .....,.:, 5 ,:. ,.., z :il gm, , -Q .,-. ,55..5:g.,:,: I 4- 3, ,:.,.9 . ' 4 . lg? m i P- ,-4 v-fig ,i., ". ' " "" ' ? in Hawley gets his big fist into the food supplies again. Rousing the rabble at student Pep Con. X i fa? Right: john Lynch points out one of the many signs that brought attention to the day which honored Father jahn. Left: Bob Meighan gave all he had as Dave Sprague's campaign manager Cthat is, all that was left after his own campaignj. -39- -f? .2 eg E ii"i 3 iff E .5 i 1 u GONZAGA PREPARATORY "He who has health, has hopeg and he who has hope has everythingf' -40- Arabian Proverb Gonzagas trainer joey August is here shown as he instructs the members of the Varsity basketball squad in the proper method of taping their ankles. ATHLETIC 2. t 1 will Q33 Gonzaga's Athletic Director, Fr. Harry Jahn, inspects the property room after a game. The athletic coaches of Gonzaga, Don Miller, john Presley, and Bill Frazier discuss the futures of their various squads in the 1955-56 season. , inn... FRONT ROW: Managers-Tom Osburn and Doc Casey, john Hilger, Al DUZIISKI, out Destefano, Karl Ora, Ed Rielly, Jerry Baruffi. Dennis Morgan, jerry Kenny. SECOND ROW: Royal Stultz, Dave Kuttner. Nick August, Gary Blair, Dave Sprague, Tom Lyonnais, john Heffernan, Bob Muelner. THIRD ROW: Mike Murphy, Pat Henry, Ralph Brown, john Fiedler. Don Schafer, Bob Frankovic, Tom McNall, Gaylen Marsh. FOURTH ROW: jerry Wasson, jerry Buechler, Mick McLane, john Hunting, Mike Lewis, Tom McAndrews, George Carry, Bill Drake. FIFTH ROW: jim Black, john Armenia, John Baggs, Dan Corrigan. Tom Crowley, john Barrington, lke Petersen, Pat West. 'f'f'f'K'l II-K-1.1-I-I--S-Ll-.4-1-J-.bl 'l'f'f'Y'l','I'Y'I'l'l"F'Y'i"f?'P'f"f'Y The varsity squad, picked as a top contender for the City and Columbia Basin 1 l' re fiction League titles, started out with a bang and it appeared to everyone twat tus p c would be fulfilled. Under the capable coaching of Bill Frazier, the team won the Vic Dessert Memorial trophy for their victory in the Merry-Go-Round game. This was followed by a 27-13 victory over Central Valley. However, the tables were turned in city league action, and Gonzaga lost their next seven games before defeating Rogers by a decisive margin in the final game. Although this year proved to be one of Gonzaga's off-seasons, the football team nevertheless should be credited for their fine de- fensive play. This proved true in both Lewis and Clark games. Willie jones, the leagues top yard gainer, was stopped cold in both games, and the orange and black had to struggle to beat the Gonzaga eleven by the narrow scores of 7-0 and I2-O. The Gonzaga offensive spark came to life in the last game of the season with the result being a 20-6 victory over Rogers. Mr. William Fraz Head Coach -43- ier JOHN "SPIDER" BAGGS showed a TOM CROWLEY-HB l JERRY KENNEY-G GAYLEN MARSH-FB BOB FRANKOVIC turned in a good season of football in the right tackle spot in this, his first year of varsity football competition. "Frank" thus earned his var- sity letter this season. Tackle JERRY BUECHLER won his second letter on the varsity eleven this year. Jerry, who likes his football rough, spent his Sophomore year on the "B" Squad, and also played a year of frosh ball. Guard RALPH BROWN completed his second season of good, 'heads-up' ball on the varsity this year and brought home his second letter. "Bud" played frosh ball and one year on the "B" Squad before moving up to the varsity. Halfback JOHN LYNCH was one of the promising seniors who spent most of the season on the injured list. John, who was ruled out of competition be- cause of a leg in'ur would have been l Y: one of the best pass defensemen in the league. Halfback PAT TIERNEY, a good team player with plenty of spirit and 'guts', was hampered by a chipped neck bone and was lost to the Pups for most of the season. Pat also played two years on the "B" Squad. lot of determination in making the var- sity this season in his first year of foot- ball tryout. John is a faithful boarder and hails from the fair city of Lewiston, Idaho. End JON HILGER completed four years of football at Gonzaga, and also gained his first varsity letter. Jon is one of the few gridders who lasted through the long grind necessary to reach a spot on the varsity. His frosh year was spent on the Midgets and the next two on the ,.B,,,S 146, l DAN CORRIGAN-T IKE PETER SON-QB JOHN ARMENIA-G - Y ., - ':.- Q ---7" 'L-Y '. R ,e - px, ' ,, ,. , V A., ,gp-' -' .fjf ,' . , , -, x. 4. , - . , .1- f-1 gi, ,. ,- ,. - A A V. 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