Norfolk Catholic High School - Crusader Yearbook (Norfolk, VA)

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D Superintendent of Schools, Diocese of Richmond White Studio 6 Smzth and Welton Vzce prmczpal Relzgzon Department 2 ' .745 "Iii Q P WEL '54 4- A F5 pqlw Sister Mary Jovanna, C. S. C. Sister Agatha, D. C. Religion, Spanish Librarian Sister Marie. D. C. Sister Edward, D.W. Student Counselor, Business Religionv English Sister Gertrude Marie. D.W. Sister Mary Clotile, C. S. C, Sister Mary Austin, O. S. F English, Science Dean of Studies, Latin Religion, Mathematics 8 t, -f-A , C' in 'I' 1 tv' -Q. Sister Mary Anne, 0. S. F. Sister M. Rita Carmel, C. S. C. Mathematics, Mechanical Drawing Religion, French, Latin Sister Adele, D, C, Sister Marie Marguerite, D.W. Business English, Social Studies Sister Francis Rose, C. S. C. Sister Mary Lawrence, D.W. Sister Mary Celine, 0. S. F Social Studies English Mathematics, Science 9 Psma Ytank Plwswal Educa. argueu e NXu19Xxq Secf ew rs Adfmmstfatwn NKOX NRS ades Educ tw Phy smcul 14,7 r Albert Cros 0600! Pdy 8201072 Mrs Nano ra t 5001 D lellcldll M rs Rosabe Jordan S 6001 Nurse Mr . Eric La S ncaster ol Cuslodlb U 0 I All of us loolr 11p to someone we wish to imitate. a person who has won our admiration by a noteworthy action or a heroic deed. We outwardly strive to imitate this person: we inzeardlj' wish to gain esteem and aeelaim as our idol has done. We seniors of 1954 have an idol. Ile is above the plane of human beings: he is a perfect spirit. Although we have never seen Saint Michael the Archangel. a love and respect for him have grown wihtin us since we. as freshmen, first really met him. A hero must perform an extraordinary deed in order to gain his status. .4t one time in heaven. there existed a rebel angel named Lucifer who attempted to turn other angels against their Creator. It was then that Saint Michael rose to the rank of leader of the celestial armies and drore the evil Lucifer into the eternal flames of damnation. From Saint Michael we learn to be staunch in our faith. Ile is the driving spirit who inspires as to be valiant soldiers in the Army of Christ. May Saint Michael. through his power before the throne of Cod. continue to aid us in our life-long struggle against the forces of Satan! Because of our devotion to this illustrious arehangel. we seniors, u'hen freshmen. purchased a statue of St. Michael so that we would be reminded of him as we hurried from class to elass. Ever since then. St. Michael seems to have acquired a .special liking for us and it has even been rumored that zee are his special "proteges." His statue has become part of the school as his spirit has become part of us. How empty would be our main hall without the beautiful statue of our patron saint! ln this yearbook, we .seniors wish to show the active part St. Michael has played s. 1 in our school life, we wish to reveal how St. Michael, like a personal friend, has continu- ed with us day by day and how he finally has helped us reach our goal. Because of our V special regard for our patron saint, we feel that he should relate to you our achieve- ments as the first class to have completed four years of instruction at Norfolk Catholic High. Perhaps he can recall incidents we have long forgotten. So now, St. Michael, will you please talfe over? 1 F X i.,.4 re' A 445- X "ftp . ' 1 .5 1' 4 l s-4 4: zff 'T' 78 ,. ,. J .J . .,s n.,:qfw.' -.XP " 'Z1i+1:."1J 12 1 cv f ,cp .DJ-0z0.i 595 KAY-4' 2.1, paw name Holy Trinity Catholic Action 4g Spanish Club 2g Chemistry Club 4: Basketball 3. "Roy" . . . dependability plus . . . imaginative . . . thoughtful . . . full of life. Ambition . . . To be a civil engineer. Dazed .lee 2-adldo Sacred Heart Sanctuary Society 4: Latin Club l, 2g Basketball 3, 4. "David" . . . disarming . . . easy-going . . . bashful, but is he? . . . likes to tease. Ambition . . . To go to college. W1 Q W 6444144 ,4-trim Eaalwat if Blessed Sacrament Class Officer 4: Annual 4: Clee Club 4: Arts and Crafts 35 Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3, 43 Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Softball 3, 4. "Cholly,' . . . timely quips . . . poised . . . rarsiteer . . . keen relislt for fun. Ambition, . . To go to college. .laanexceglaz 34:14:44 Holy Trinity Student Council 1: Sanctuary Society 4g Glee Club 43 Spanish Club 4 "Larry" . . . reserved . . . courteous . . . good natured and amiable . . sincere friendly naturen Ambition . . . To get a good start in life. 14 Student founcil 3 1 flags Ofhier 3 Clee Club 3: Chemistry Club 4: ootball 2 3 1 Basketball 'NI,1uag.,er '31 Monogram Club 3, 4. Bcegs dynamo 41 enthusiasm . . sincerity . . . all-round pal Stutent lounm il l Spam h Club 3.1 Chemistry Club 4: Football pleasing perseierzng . friendly disposition . . . every- cfaufo fowzqeau r V .5 Ambition lo 0 to Notre Dame and be a coach. , W, l Q54 ' -' Q , , Y f 3 ' 4: ' Q4 . 5461144 ffm: 216014 Christ the King Catholim' Action 3, 4: Sanvtuary Society 4: Business Club 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Bowling 1. 'KShirley" . . . rarefree nature . . . sweet . . . loyal friend . . . jovial. Ambition . . . To be a typist. Wfwvy Katlndae 7k!!644 gcactar-9 Holy Trinity Dramatic Club 1: Clee Club 4: Library Council l, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: Chemistry Club 4: Girls' State 3. 'iKit" . . . a friend to be admired . . . cooperative . . . mirror of gracious- ness . . . serious outlook on life. Ambition . . . To be a surcess in life. 95445664 fem: ?wvu24 Christ the King Catholic Action 3, 45 School Paper 45 Girls' Athletic .Club 2. "Jean" . . . quiet friendliness . . . unassuming . . . naive . . . charming perplexity. Ambition . . . To go to college. Quan Vagina grad Christ the King Class Officer 35 Hostess 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 3, 4-5 Basketball 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Girls' State 3. am "Heb" . . . sparkling vitality . . . resolute . . . unadulterated sincerity . . . possessor of a true joy of living. 'Q Ambition . . . To make someone happy. 6 nz. . 7 wezeeapwad pwprraazewa Sacred Heart QI' ini, Sanctuary Society 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Chemistry Club 45 Basetball 2, 3, 4. ' "Joey . . . optimistic nonchalance . . . whole-hearted person . . . tease . . . clever. Ambition . . . To get out of college. fauna Sdwmd Christ the King Yearbook 45 Dramatic Club 45 Clee Club 2, 3, 45 Sci-Photo 35 Latin Club 25 Football 45 .l.V. Basketball 2. tionalist . . . benevolent friendly nature. Ambition . . . To be a naval aviation officer, and then . . . ? 0 U "lim" . . . natural wit and charm . . . imaginative . . . able conversa- J , Zane! Zadnzemrn St. Paul's Student Council 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Library Council 3: Public Speaking Club 2, 3, 4: Debating Team 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: French Club 3. 4: Boys' State 3. "Rod" . . . class politician . . . sympathetic interest in others . . enthusiastic' cooperation . . . impulsive. Ambition . . . To go into law and politics. Zancqludaaa Holy Trinity Catholic Action 2: Yearbook 4: Dramatic Club 1: Glee Club l, 2, 3: Debating Club 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 4. "Lee" . . . optimistic nonchalartce. . . talented . . . intelligent . . attractive. Ambition . . . To be a fashion designer and model. I I mio ands demic, ' iowa M 76605468404 I i Blessed Sacrament Student Council 3, 4: Sanctuary Society 4: Defensor 3: Glee Club 3, 4 Latin Club l, 2: French Club 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Girls' State 3. f "Cass" . . . bubbling enthusiasm . . . poised . . . undaunted school spirit. Ambition . . . To be happy and be a success in life. Wduart De Paul Q-:Ido Sacred Heart Sanctuary Society 4: Latin Club l, 2. "Zu Zu" . . . perpetual motion . . . "cackle" . . . lots of lun . . . well- mannered. Ambition . . , To go to college. Z-ncaa 7ald Little Creek School Paper 1: Dramatic Club 23 Latin Club lg Public Speaking 45 French Club 1, 4: Chemistry Club 4. H S hllstrionic. "Mia" . . . subtle humor . . . intellectual prowess . . . versatile Ambition . . . To become a British subject and be poet Laureate. 77014 Pawn Little Creek Student Council 23 Class Officer 1, 2g Yearbook 4g Dramatic Club 4g Glee Club 1, 2: French Club 4: Basketball 1, 3. 'SMay" . . . resolute thoroughness . . . reliable . . . high idealism . . . bounding good spirits. Ambition . . . To go to Vassar and make Phi Beta Kappa. flwzffzocaeeateok ,ace tdemaat ,64JZZygC0t66Z40t4, Eldyaldleauall Holy Trinity Catholic Action l: Yearbook 4: Defensor l, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 43 Arts and Crafts 1: Spanish Club l, 2, 3. "Cay" . . . creative . . . talented literary style . . . exuberant . . . clair- voyant. Ambition . . . To be a commercial artist. Para pu. sm Holy Trinity Catholic Action 4: Latin Club l, 21 Chemistry Club 4: Football 34 Varsity Club 3. "Phil" . . . placid . . . sincere . . . friendly humor . . . diplomatic. Ambition . . . To be a chemical engineer 5 Zola! Sdawui Qzacl I Holy Trinity N Student Council lg Defensor l: Dramatic Club 2, 33 Latin Club 2: "Bob" . . . dependable . . . calm efficiency . . . good natured . . . profound. Ambition . . . To be a success in life. ?unce4QaqleQ4hd4 .A Blessed Sacrament Sanctuary Society 45 Yearbook 4g Library Council 1, 2, 4g Spanish Club 1, 2, 3g Chemistry Club 4g Bowling Club 4. "G. G.,'. . . complacence. . . sweet-natured . . . loquacious . . . ubook- f worm," Ambition . . . To lead a happy and successful life. extra ' to wofu6 ii! Sllydldl Huw gene Blessed Sacrament A Student Council 43 Class Officer 3g Sanctuary Society 3, 4-5 Yearbook 45 Public Speaking Club 4: Latin Club 1, 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4. "Liz" . . . magnanimous heart . . . unquenchable school spirit . . viuacious . . . thoughtful. Ambition . . . To be a credit to my parents. you 2:44440 , Holy Trinity Class Oiicer 2g Sanctuary Society 3, 43 Glee Club 39 Latin Club 1, 2: Chemistry Club 4. "Clay" . . . casual outlook on life . . . buoyant spirits . . . assumes responsibility . . . capricious. Ambition . . . To be a master musician. Football Manager 3, 4: Basketball Manager 3, 4. ll lx x Patubckz zfawe QICQWBQ 2 Little Creek Yearbook 4: Svbool Paper l: Clee Club 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. "Pat" . . . innate genlleness . . . competent . . . hewitching twinkle in her eyes . . . luval. Ambition . . . To be a teavber. fab: Akldltkl 744014 Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Studi-nt lioum-il 3. 4: Catboliv Avtion 3: Spanish Club 3: Football 3.4: Monogram Club 3. 4. ",lolm" . . . lll'fl'H'l1Illll . . . refreshing piquant humor . . . vorzstrmt application to laxlf on hand .... Q inrvrc urtderstandine nature. Ambition . . . 'l'o be a marine surveyor. U z ! 0 w I 747:94 744411441 qfcwzell Holy Trinity Give f.lub l. 2. 4: Basketball l, 2. 3. 4. "BIllldQ',. . . . lll1fJl'flllflH'll attitude touurll lift' . . . sociable . . . rliitfulrous . . . liappy-go-llwlry t',I0f'fflll7l6SS. Ambition . . . To llaxe an engineering degree and a happy family. Rada: .dee Wcdmun St. Marv'x Yearbook 4: llramaliv Club 3: Library Council l. 2: Public Speaking 2: Sri-Pliolo 3. 4: Latin Club 2: Chemistry Club 4: Football 4. "Baffin", . . . mad srierttist . . . self-reliant . . . nonchalant . . . famous fllef. Ambition . . . To be an clectrieal engineer. 20 l Eugenie Wan Little Creek lofty ideals. Ambition . . . To be an architect and a housewife. .ludww 71144194214 Kempsville Baseball l. 23 Monogram Club l, 2. 3, 4. forward . . . shy. WWW ' iffy ' it-5, ml B, . 9. Wang fflleoz qfudaoaz Christ the King Yearbook 4: Sci-Photo Club 4: Spanish Club 2. 3: Chemistry Club 43 Basketball Manager 2. "Allen" . . . inquisitire . . . experienced property man . . . carefree chemist. Ambition . . . To go to thc Coast Guard Academy. Hamlin 7449444 Little Creek Catholic Action l: Clee Club 4: Arts and Crafts 2: Latin 23 French l, 2g Chemistry Club 4. "Carol" . . . conscientious worker . . . fiery disposition . . . thoughtful . . . responsive. Ambition . . . Nursing. Library Council 2: Public Speaking Club 4: French Club 2, 4. "M0lly" . . . prodigious worker . . . appreciative . . . self-composed . . . S I N R 5 Clee Club 2: Chemistry Club 4: Football l. 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 25 "Thaire" . . . full of rim and vigor . . . sincere geniality . . . straight- Ambition . . . To go to a good engineering college and play football. fzeZoZdZ4e U :M rw Mm. 41, Saint Matthew's Sanctuary Society 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Chemistry 4. "Frank" . . . salesman . . . affable . . . winning personality . . . calm assurance. Ambition . . . Business Administration. Saint Matthew's Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbof-" 43 Clee Club 1, 2, 3g Business Club 3, 4g Latin Club 1. 2: Basket! 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 43 Girls' State 3. "Flo" . . . tactful . . . infectious smile . . . beneficent influence . . idealistic. Ambition . . . To be a secretary. fauna 'fdnotly Kennedy Star of the Sea Student Council 3: Class Officer 1, 2. "Tims" . . . nonchalant . . . keen mind . . . irrepressible sense of humor. Ambition . . . To avoid the army. yah Www Kaya, Sacred Heart Business Club 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 2 "fohnny' '... fery vigor . . . appealing . . . congenial . . . savoir faire. Ambition . . . To be a certified public accountant. cam 1 1 could 24:4 ,444 Khchndvz St. Paul's Class Ollirer lg Sanctuary Society 4: Glee Club 3: Public Speaking Club 4: French Club 2, 3. 4: Spanish Club l, 2: Basketball Manager 4: Varsity Club 3, 4. 'ARels" . . . caplirating smile . . . leisurely manner . . . capable and dependable . . . competent. Ambition . . . To work in political svienre. - 'bi ,-foo! o6,Lf,1,..f,,4fA'0'fL. . ?'fi-c My-'.5,1,-"ff-' VP! 11115. 9' g ',.,f'.1.fc6 K,? ,-1054. ffl' ' , ,, 7 S lu .TL ,Jeff If rj r Swan 544:41 .lamlat Holy' Trinity Sanctuary Soviety 4: Yearbook 4: Clee Club 4: Business Club 3, 4: Arts and Crafts 2: Latin Club 2. "Sue" . . . labors tirelessly on every endeavor . . efficient . . . mis- chievous . . . gay. Ambition . . . To be a private secretary. I 4226 , C4 , 4 cuwitlefzoadta ' Dwwfleaffnn-4' St. Mary's Latin Club l, 2: Library Council l. "Dain . . . cheery . . . giggles . . . helping hand . . . loyal. Ambition . . . To be a success in whatever l do. 70dlaun Edcwvui .lqepcbzeatt St. Mary's Catholif' Action 3, 4: Sci-Photo 3. 4: Football 2. "Lippyl' . . . considerate of others . . , amiable . . . sincere . . . resource- ful. Ambition . . . To have as much fun in my future life as I have had in N. C. H. S. Catholic Action 2, 3, 4: Business Club 3, 4: llostess 4: Spanish Club 3: 40660 -Kiw--arf' fam?-:pf eff., f-,f.-.,,.:,,.,, 3 r falnsladdaaz Whalen 15,111-c.. 3, if ,,'c,.5,4 N Christ the King ii -'.. li ,-1,1 f',f,I',-3 If A A' Business Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Basketball 4. "John" . . . a hit 0' the Irish . . . humorous . . . mannerly . . . com- plaisant. Ambition . . . To be a certified public accountant. 74'felaWtae7lt4ww St. Mary's Catholic Action 1: Public Speaking Club 1: Business Club 3, 4: French Club 1. "Helen" . . . refined manner . . . kindly disposition . . . distinguished . . . discerning. Ambition . . . To live a happy, peaceful life. gaalafza 14m 7841664 Christ the King Class Officer 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Business Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. "Bobs" . . . worth her weight in gold . . . inexhaustible energy . . . gaiety . . . deep sincerity. Ambition . . . To be an office worker. Mmaimmmwadn Holy Trinity Glee Club 2,3: Library Council 2,3,4: Catholic Action 1: Business Club 3,4g Class Officer 2: Latin Club l,2: Sanctuary Society 4: Dramatic Club 2. "Toni" . . . loquacious . . . infectious giggle . . . dependable worker . . . sincere. Ambition . . . To be a success in life. 757 ' dave law-ofu6 yaazcwezdemadwz Ewueu.-:Wada Christ the King Class Otlicer 4: Yearbook 4: Dramatic Club 3: Library Council 2, 3, 4: Public Speaking Club 2: Debating Club 4: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Chemistry Club 4: Basketball 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4. "Elaine" . . . facetious . . . innate gentleness . . . loyal and sincere geniality . . . idealistic. Ambition . . . To be a nurse. 3445444 jane Star of the Sea Catholic Action 2. 3: Yearbook 4: Glee Club 3, 43 Arts and Crafts 24 Latin Club l, 2, 3. 4: Spanish Club l. 2: Chemistry Club 4. "Barbara" . . . conscientious . . . pleasing lady-like manner . . . even- ternpered . . . good follower. Ambition . . . To be a teavher. 2624484 70c'll4'amWKadla Blessed Sacrament Student Count-il 2, 3: Chemistry Club 4. "Dick" , . . quirk-witterl . . . earnest . . . big brother . . . peculiar hobby: collecting traffic tickets. Ambition . . . To lead a successful life. Zona .4'ee7fZwulac Holy Trinity Catholic Action 1: Yearbook 4: Business Club 3, 4. "Dora' '.,. cheerful . . . fun-loving . . . whirnisical . . . petite. Ambition . . . To be married. spwsx fdalaad '79lnWZaua4 Holy Trinity Class Officer 34 Latin Club 1.2, Chemistry Club 4. "Dick" . . . unaffected . . . well-mannered . . . sociable . . . lively quips. Ambition . . . To attend college I 01 gddfdlkfd Wdyzki Christ the King Glee Club 2: Business Club 3, 4. "Ben" . . . considerate of others . . . sincere . , . grand personality . . . handy-man. Ambition . . . To be a surcess in life. 25 2C244'!d74d0ld4mdd44 Holy Trinity Spanish Club 3, 4: Football 3 4: Monogram Club 3. "Dirk" . . . dry humor . . . winning personality . . . strong, silent type . . . affahle. , ' ?V'i L. V' Ambition . . . To buy a brand new Cadillav. , WL 5 14440 Paavzddge Sarred Heart Catbolir' Am-tion 2, 3: Sanvluary Soviety 3. 4: Annual 4: liefensor 3: Clee Club 2: Library Count-il l, 4g Dramativ Club 3, 4: Debating Club 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Chemistry Club 4: Basketball lg Future Nurses' Club 4. "Annie" . . . ambitious . . . versatile . . .' resourceful . . . ejervescent. Ambition . . . A B. S. degree in nursing. cada Pune, Padzdci .faded Pact! Q Holy Trinity Latin Club 4: Svienc-e Club 3: Football 4. "Pat" . . . keen relish for fun . . . cooperrztivm philosopher . diligent student. A Ambition . . . To be a civil engineer. A' 9 ,7 ll 313 . Xe 144644-z Ama ?a6an4, Sacred Heart Catholic Action 3, 4: Chemistry Club 4: Music' Club 2: Basketball "Art" . . . understanding . . . genial . . . mischievous grin . . . loyal spirit. Ambition . . . To be a credit to my father. daaolga pdeoaw Christ the King Catholic Action 3: Library Council 2, 33 Business Club 3, 4. "Margie" . . . meticulous . . . determined . . . quiet and a trifle shy . . . efficient. , Ambition . . . To be a success. 7fZ4'uf fo 7401644 pda Saint Mary's Catholic Action 1, 2. 3: Sanctuary Society 4: Business Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Basketball 3, 4: Varsity Club 3, 4. "lo" . . . conscientious . . . sincerely friendly . . . full of life . . . spirit-rd loyalty. Ambition . . . To be an oflice worker. lat aol! Zoo caan to , iff 7:0144 aemqamqdeatdafo C Saint Mary's rlii Catholic At-nm. 3, 41 cies cm, 1, 21 Latin Club 1, 25 chemistry Club "Vince" . . . generous . . thoughtful of others . . . calm and poised . . . easy-going. Ambition . . . To be happy'and successful in life. Panel-:c'4 ffvuze Pawow Sacred Heart Catholic Action 3, 4: Hostess 4: Business Club 3, 4. "Paddy" . . . fne sense of humor . . . mirthful . . . nonchalant . . independent. Ambition . . . To be a social worker. 1444044 EMM Zvwe vlP3l'lb00lC 4: llefensor I: Give Club 2. 4: Dramatic: Club 2: Debating Club 4 Latin Club 2: flbf-mistry Club 4: Football 3. 4: Monogram f u 1 3 4 Boys' Statf- 3. Tony . . . keen mind . . . ujable . . . calm assurance . . . aggressive. S V ii 1- . E I Holy Trinity N . I l : O Il l -. : R .. ,,. S Stqelen paul Pagan Holy Trinily Clem- lllub l. 4: Sanvtuary Soviety 4: Catholic' Avtion 4: Latin Club 2, 4. "Paul" . . . rffwrzfzl , . rrmpemlizf ..,. Q lfUighlf0f1L'Gfdy. easy to gat along with Ambition . . . To be a dovtor. . i .xniiiim . . .fi-Q be- if- fm. O-,AMI 1 i will J W: ff' ' f ' if if 646604 , QV QQ. LAWM 4 I I I I I H14-.s wif Surramcvll Sanvtuary Snviety 4: Yrarbook 4: Clem- Club 2: Dramatic Club 2, 4: llc-batting Club 4: Art? and Crafts l. 2: Latin Club l. 3: Cbemistry Club 4: Bowling 4. "ffnrnu'nv" . , lllillffllllj . . . miv-hierous . . . volatile . . . unflagging xwlnml spirit. Xmbilion . . . To avquirn- a pllgl nose: 776wf?4-'ff Nl. lluryfs Sturlvnt ilounril 2. 3: Vlass Ollirer 3: llatboliv Action 1, 2. 3: Sanvtuary Sovivty 1: Bueinr-ss Club 3. 4: Latin Club 2: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Varsity Llub 3. 4. "Rosie" . . . engaging gmviousnesw . . . rharming sincerity . . . reticenl . . . favetious. Ambition . . . To be a typisl. 28 Hndww 7400144 204. fe. St. Mary's Mfg Student Council l, Class Oflicer 1: Public Speaking Club 2, 3, 4: Debat- ing Club 4: Latin Club l, 2: Chemistry Club 4: Football 4: Monogram Club 4. "l'onzrni"' . . . keen minded . . . reliable . . . considerate of others . . . unassuming. Ambition . . . To go into 1-ivil engineering. w SWIM im SMM Srtcrrwl llvurt Catholiv A4-tion l. 2: Clem- Club l: Business Club 4: Latin Club 2: Yearbook 4. "lean" . , . exttlmmnt . . . rvsottrweful . . . optimistic outlook . . . Stt'84'l and gentle manners. ' Ambition . . . To beia serre-tary. 'mn -ummm ' ' ,nada Hola Scinudt Holy Trinity Student Count-il 2: Class Ofiiver 4: Yearbook 4: Glee Club 2: Debating Club 4: Latin Club 2: Football 2, 3. 4: Basketball 2: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. "johnny" . . . amiable . . . thoughtful of others . , . generous disposition . . . dependable. Ambition . . . To be a big stu-rf-ss in eyerything I do in life. 715414 ffm: Slang Christ the King ' Catholic Ac-tion 2, 3: Yearbook 4: Library Counvil 4: Spanish Club f l, 2, 3: Chemistry Club 4. A "Red" . . . vivaviotts . . . irrepressihle nature . . . industrious . . . charming nuivete . . . cordial. Ambition . . . To be happy. Palm! Wayw S444 Holy Trinity cooperation. Ambition . . . To be a harbor pilot. 2624411 Wdzw Sam Christ the King loyal. a I 1 74a Kew! at M "ij ' ,X . 1' ' Y .leuaunce Sandi, fly Pg, Naval Air Station Xfxyl 'L R '-'. ' Catholic' Avtion 3: Yearbook 4: Defensor',l"fl Spanish Club 3, 43 Foot- ball 4. "Larry" . . . casual manner . . fun-loving . . . inward seriousness . Dorseyls double. Ambition . . . To be a millionaire or professional band leader. yjlalxfljlrl www Adam, sam is ' J, Holy Trinity ' ' Glee Club 43 Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Basketball J. V. 2g Monogram Club 3, 45 Varsity Basketball 3, 4. "Mouse" . . . fghting spirit . . . teasable . . . chivalrous . . . good sport. Ambition . . . To become a rat. 30 Yearbook 4: Chemistry Club 4: Basketball Manager 3, 4. "Beard" . . . artistic skill . . . loyal and sincere geniality . . . persistent Catholic Action 3: Sanvtuary Society 4: Business Club 3, 4. "Dick', . . . gracious manner . . . genial . . . optimistic nonchalance . . . Ambition . . . To suroeed in business and make a million dollars. 614014, Wdafzq Pavuiukz Spa! Holy Trinity Student Council 1: Class Ofhcer l: Yearbook 4: Cvlee Club 4: Business Club 3, 4: Arts and Crafts 2: Spanish Club 1, 2: Dancing Club 3. 'APalsy" . . . painstaking. reliable worker . . . artistic talents . . . mirthful -4 f . . . intensely loyal. Ambition . . . To lead a successful life. steam Deane 764.14411 Christ the King Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook 4: Defensor 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Council 1: Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Chemistry Club 4. "Diane" . . . sociable . . . exemplary student . . . unselfish . . . quiet and unassuming. Ambition . . . To be a nurse ",'oaca7b4aad 715444 .laude Waadaplaeg Holy Trinity Sanctuary Society 4: Yearbook 4: Glee Club 4: Business Club 3, 4: Arts and Crafts 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Dancing 3. "Louise" . . . personijication of tranquility . . . refreshing pleasantness . . . conscientious. Ambition . . . To be a secretary. Pane! yah 'Waqndle Sacred Heart Yearbook 4: Clee Club 4: Debating Club 4: Spanish Club 3: Chemistry Club 4: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 3. "Pat" . . . volatile . . . determined . . . unique ability in athletics . loresighted. Ambition . . . To go to college and be a success in life. fm , lemme Sacred Heart Yearbook 4: Dramatic Clu Club I, 2: Cheerleader 2, 3, "lo" . . . personality plus . capable and dependable. Ambition . . Private secretary. glow: fine 'Wada Holy Trinity Yearbook 4: Clee Club 4: Club 1, 2. "Glo" . . . independent . . . soft-spoken . . . calm assurance . . . resolute thoroughness in all undertakings. Ambition . . . To graduate 544464, 444:44 4f4C4dd6, Wagga b 3: Clee Club 1: Business Club 3, 43 Latin 4. . . pleasing vivacity . . . infectious smile . . . Debating Club 4: Business Club 3, 4: Latin from college. 5, cz 2400! Wkgahe 704444-z Sacred Heart Catholic Action 3: Sanctuary Society 3, 43 Yearbook 4: Defensor 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3. 4: Clee Club 1: Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: J. V. Basketball 3. "Waggie" . . . gloom-chaser . constantly perplexed . . . keen vitality . . . able to be teased. Ambition . . . To graduate from college. Holy Trinity Chemistry Club 4: Football 2, 3, 4: J.V. Basketball 1, 3: Monogram Club 3, 4. "lack" . . . resolved . . strong silent type . . . loyal . . . jovial Ambition . . . To make money. Qoaephae 70allaee St. M ary's , Yearbook 43 Defensor 35 Library Council 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 4 "Io" . . . a touch of sophistication . . . a dab of humor . . . large dose a of friendliness . . . very sincere. Ambition . . . To be secretary of state for the Confederacy. XJ -'Ng 6! 34:59 TW' ff2?"C fx lily " -M5 Qlddtfguld Wada Fleet Headquarters Student Council 4g Class Ollicer 4: Yearbook 43 Public Speaking 3, Debating 4g French Club 3, 4g Basketball 3, 4g Varsity Club 3, 4. "Gracie" . . . idealistic . . . bubbling enthusiasm . . . beneficient in- fluence . . . shrewd, keen mind. Ambition . . . To be a lawyer. Mech 444043 ' , and idea came , efwgaz . ix ' O AU Dxif' alma Vx- 566444 fauude 7046444 YJ' 2973 or OJIZJ' I Christ the King Y' Catholic Action 2. 3g Sanctuary Society 35 Yearbook 45 Defensor 1: Library Council 2, 3, 4: Latin Club l, 2g Chemistry Club 4. "Sue', . . . well-mannered . . . self-composed . . . enthusiastic . . . reliable. Ambition . . . To be a success in life. 51941464 fe-an 704422 Blessed Sacrament Catholic Action 2, 3, 43 Hostess lg Spanish Club 2. "Betty" . . . contagious giggle . . . unassuming . . . thoughtful . . . friendly. Ambition . . . To be happy. 1,2,3,4g Cvlee Club 2: Latin Club l, 2: French Club 3, 4. I: ' 1441! 70426444 We the Senror Class of Norfolk Catholrc Hrgh School resrdrng rn the crty of Norfolk state of Vrrgrnra hav rng retarned our sound mrnd and reasonably good judgment do hereby make ordarn publrsh and declare thrs to be Our Last Wrll and Testament thereby de clarrng all documents heretofore made by us null and vord as of th1s the fourth day of March of the year of Our Lord nrneteen hundred fifty four We realrze that we cannot take wrth us our most cherrshed possessrons rn N CHS so we hereby bequeath To our Alma Mater our lrfelong devotron love and loyalty To Reverend John Meehan our srncere lastrng and heartfelt gratrtude for hrs splendrd gurdance and hrs efforts to ard us both sprrrtually and scholastrcally To the zealous and beloved Faculty the promrse that we shall never forget therr untrrrng efforts to help make us a success rn our future lrfe To the Junrors who follow rn our footsteps the drs trngurshed honor of berng the Noble and Esteemed Senrors wrth all the happrness prrvrleges and hard work whrch accompany thrs posrtron To the Sophomores our srneere congratulatrons for havrng attarned the rank of upper classmen wrth the hope that they wrll behaxe rn a manner as to marn tam the good name of therr predecessors To the Freshmen the youngest most rnexperrenced but definrtely not the least of the student body all the pcrsexerance needed for therr clrmb up the ladder of learnrng vamvwawmzmumaaepmmgrua Roy Allard leaves hrs touch of Latrn to Frances Crump Davtd Batllzo hrs proneness to catch 40 wrnks rn class to .loe Hogan Charles Baldutn hrs place rn the Hall of Fame to Ernest llalrk Larry Bannon hrs desk rn Room 11 to Kathleen Fly nn John Began the whole town of 'Norfolk to ,lack Pentck Have a good trme rn Bermuda Johnny Eddre Blatr the score kerprng books to Rzelzard Burke Shrrley Bruns her naturally curly harr to Stanley Ractborskz Krt Buntrng her quret and resers ed manner to Margaret Barrett and Peggy Bell lean Burrss her quret drsposrtron to John Barkley Carolyn Butt her athletrc provs ess to Patsy Roan foe Byrne hrs tell tale blushes to Mrke Hanna lzmmy Lalleran hrs magrc charm and quret clothes to Cay Battaglza Rod Carter hrs leadershrp to Ray White and hrs half used bottle of Lrsterrne to Rrchard Rutyna Nancy Conner her rugged coursc of studre s to Bobby Decker Cathartne Connor her raunous appetrte to Dot Rolnrts Vzncent Corlelo hrs rc ally crazy laugh to francors dr Foras May Cresswell her pouxror de parler to Marr Helen Myers Mta Cresswell her oratorrcal abrlrty to Rose Eller We need more trophres Rose Carroll Cunnrngham her darly trrps to Cranby for here overwhelmrng rnterest rn Spanrsh to Edward McCormrck Phrl Evtch hrs many jokes and merry laughter to I ff Vanderberry Bobby French one stack of unsold trckets to Wayne Fleldtng Gayle Calvzn her fondness for the mrlrtary lrfe to Dons Sampson Ltz Cara her flamrngo prnk roadster to Charles Fox and her exubc rance to B Johnson Clay Catewood hrs talent for entertarnrng to Peggy Davzs john Hanna hrs sterlrng character to Carmen Dra Hugh Harrell hrs 8 hour day at Norfolk Catholrc to Sebrell Barrett and hrs suaveness to ltmmy Foley Robert Hzckerson hrs book full of recrpes to Ward Hardman Dont blow up the Maurtce Horne her masters of mathematrcs to Rtehard Allen and her place on the honor roll to Patsy Heneglzan Thatre Hudgtns hrs knowledge of Who s Who to lonnre Cooke Allen Hudson hrs many rnterests rn the Freshman class to Btlly Nee Carol Hughes her flamrng personalrty to Mary Burke Flo Jacques her serene manner to Margaret Anne Tree and her tact for makrng 34 7 7 9 9 ' . . . . , s 1 s s ' 1 9 ' 7 A ' 9 . - Y . . .. 7 I n l . . . . , , 1 Q s . 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'f' Jo' ,gf a., 4 ff' 5 ll, Y 'L 71544179 Ellzabeth Cara John Hanna ampwadoftdw www Zacdcedl Flo Jacques Lharlf' Haldn m 77544: '7 I rare Wardmr 7'-'Q IQ 714415444415 Carmenc Rldlev Robert French A school is as good as its students. For this reason the faculty of Norfolk Catholic, working through the Student Council, strives to inculcate in the student body those virtues, which will not only enrich the personal life of each individual, but will also help him serve his school. I Catholic Higlfs underclassmen are Io be commended. It is through their support that harmony is achieved within the school. Their energy and loyalty build the spirit which makes it possible to achieve the end for which all are working. The junior year is one of apprenticeship. The most important taslr before the students this year is to aid the seniors in setting good example. Juniors must develop qualities of leadership for only too soon this becomes their responsibility. The sophomores walk assuredly now as they have been accepted as belonging. This year must be an industrious one for them because studies have taken a more serious trend. Sophomores are begin- ning to realize the importance of doing , i ' well every year, not just the last one. ' ' . 4 The freshmen, although ii, I g" entirely new to high C s , 23 A J Q 4' school life, often show Y - f ' 6,14 . . . . Ji- 2 4 3 X the greatest initiative at 1' pix .x wjlll ,X Q55 sg , A Y Catholic High. They, e .. A 5' vit' - ij :.- ' ALL" ff 'D' 1 A 1 erha s more than all ij" x . is V -,, L tg p P fe: ' '- X 60 '11 1 5" R g h X - Y lj V It 3 1 the others, account for . His iv '. . ' Six' the strong school spirit """':2..... necessary for success. 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T s H. l , ff. 4 ' ' -fr ov six f, ' ' A L l l '27 , -,Q .Q if . ,X ,S ,N . " -P N A " ' N. ' ,. H 1, - - .L . ' R. N ' l. 'l " . . gt . . . ' 'Q '. z - .2 X .l - L 'X ,'l -Y if . F Q xx . , VJ M ' , 5' The very core of Catholic High is religion. With intellectual and physical growth is interwoven the Catholic attitude toward life. This is what makes Catholic High different, and which in turn, will make its students singular. In these formative years, Christian doctrines are embedded in the minds of Christ's childreng they are taught to offer their thoughts, words, and deeds to their Creator. This is the mold for ideal men and women! This year has been a very special one for Catholics the world over. The Marian Year, beginning December 3, 1953, and extending until December 8, 1954, has become the axis in the wheel of the Church year. I n all classes of religion, Catholic High students are being shown the role they may play in this, Mary's year. As career men and women for Cod, they may carry on the encounter of the Church against the pressing needs of the times. lt is only through the true and solid devotion of the faithful to Mary, Mother of Cod, that she can help them change their way of living and to think more of Almighty Cod. 1 M 'avi 9. V 1 W al l me ,fe Q , , i in f J' A - - Q lv? I f , 4k -' Ab 5 if .K ev xi .5 l' Q7 Q " 'Q . Q I . , 3' if M E? , 1 wr . 3 Q 1 A ' b s 4 ' X x Q Q 'G 4 i' 1 ' . ,F 'Q , ggi is 4' S 121: ol vamvlllclq 3 sea Ural A Sheng to0lxtl0:hell tudfnl lo 3 wal NDN lm o he ll K x 5- xxeTC unbd amwoafll 0 An lmpoltant part of the lCllglOn r aww Zoeeemq Norfolk Cathollc Hlgh School 19 prlmarlly a C3th0llC school As such tts mam mterest IS not just the study anguages but rather to gam a flflll foundatlon for all students ID of lll8ll'lCfl13llCS QCICIICCQ or l Cathohexsm and Its various phases Wlthout thls fundamental understan d 1 mg our students would lndeed he unprepared to face the world Thls IS xshx we hate a RCl1gl0Il Department ablx heads tlus Depart ment Hls asslstants are Father Meehan Slster Jovanna C S C S lster Austm OS F 51ster Rlta Carmel C SC 0 quote Father M3lOflCllO The purpose of our Rellglon Department IS the lntegra tron of a cultural mtellectual ascetlcal part of Cathollclsm th ln e students dally l1fe To aceompllsh thls l goa we need the cooperatlon of es ers student Programs have been Father Gabrlel T 'Vlalortello and Slster Eduard DW T outlmed for each of the four wears The freshman class IS encouraged IH wrltmg thelr personal experlences wlth the doctrmes of the p oglam ns the attendance at 'Hass Frxday mormngs The students partlclpated m a sung. Mass ot a dl3l0Lllt Mass under the dlremtlon of F tl UM 56 a IPI Nlalorxello Pe gt Dans avcompanled at the organ '7 ' I I I I I ! 1 it , 9 s - V . . - - , . 3 aw ' ' M . . . . ' J QM' . i. 7 . . . 1- - , t Q . 'x " A ' ' . ' - ' YF T . J . . . I., A ' 5 - church. Tw . t his rf'll1l'0"' - ' f A ' 5 . 4 V. T K 2? Ati s T Et r , ft ' 1 f 5? as 'V 5 I . . Q' - ' Zi . T W 3 3 L 1' IZ a. , it .. . The sophomore class has as its purpose a growth in Spiritual Background. .Xn apologetical foundation of the Faith is instilled in the juniors and Seniors. The first period every Friday is devoted to liturgical worship and Father Maioriello has introduced the dia- logue Mass to the students. This creates in the student a realization of the unity he can have with God as a part of the Mystical Body of Christ. Father Nlaioriello has organized this program for the benefit of the students. The most important of these benefits being a Closer union with God. maturity in religious thought. and the ability to explain the Catholic faith upon any occasion. Father has set an extremely high goal for all to reach. He wishes to create a more liturgical minded laity. a broader knowledge of the churchis social apostolate and an awareness of the dangers of the day in this area. With the students' Cooperation he will reach this standard and Norfolkis Students will graduate equipped with a knowledge of high school subjects and a clear understand- ing of the Catholic Church. For what better asset can we ask i? Father Gabriel Maioriello at his desk in the Counsel otfi Members of the Region IJepartmentiSister Rita Carmel C.S.C., Sister Mary ,Iovanna C.SC., Sister Edward D.W., Father john Meehan, Principal, Father Maioriello, and Sister Mary Austin O. S. F. I CC. xJ ,J A 3. 1 5 '22 Y A ..'q ,Q I if-H9 lr 11 -xg gi Y' pro i"",a "7 '55 57 WW Dlos te salve Marla' ye vous salue Marle' Hall Marv' Mlll10nS of llps are whlsperlng these words ln many and strange soundlng languages For thls IS the year of Mary proclalmed by Pope Plus XII dur lng WhlCh the falthful are to pay Sp6Cl3l homage to the Blessed Vlfgln The Marlan Year IS the year set slde by the Holy Father to commemorate the one hundredth annlversary of the Proclamatlon of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conceptlon It IS a tlme devoted especlally to Mary when all the thoughts words and actlons of the falthful are to be dlrected toward her Marlan way of llfe It IS a year when the falthful are urged to llft thelr hearts and mlnds ln prayerful medltatlon to her Thls modern world we llve ln IS so badly ln need of Our Lady s help and she IS wllllng and prepared to help us and all the falthful provlded all falth hope and love IS placed IH her and Jesus Chrlst her son There are many petltlons whlch the Pope wlshes the falthful to pray for durlng thls Marlan Year He CSPCCI ally wants us to pray for purlty ln youth good Chrlstlan prlnclpals ln dally llwlng for the aged that they may FCJOICC ln a well spent llfe and when the end comes they may have no fear of death for the hungry for those who have been torn apart by hatred alld envy that they may be brought together agaln And above all of these we are to pray for the peace of the Church that IS now sufferlng persecutlon at the hands of t enemles Vcaacauftdmq 0MS4afz 22. YV' -c l'.1th:-1' l'm-ter St'llHllIt'Il. pastor of Saint Marys. arranged tht tl Mater. om-rs 11- they new pre-sent:-ml to Our Lady of Till! December 8, the opening day of the Marian Year, saw all the Catholic students of Tidewater united at Old Saint Mary's to honor Our Blessed Lady. Ceremonies were begun by a Solemn High Mass celebrated hy Monsignor Joseph Coveart, YF., Dean of Tidewater, assisted hy our own Father Meehan as Deacon and Father Haymond Mclntyre as Sub-deacon. After Mass. everyone gathered at the new statue of Our Lady of Tidewater. Father Leo Creamer led the recitation of the Rosary. after which Monsignor Coveart consecrated all present to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Representatives of the various elementary schools high schools and nursing schools presented a floral piece to honor Our Blessed Mother, John Began, Norfolk Catholiris Student Council President. per- formed the honor for his fellow students. YQ 1 L E Q A Y 1, , A hom-lady IS perhaps the most lJC3Utlfl1l and most consolmg of all rellglous practlces Mother of God and Mother of men Mary has It m her power to ohtaln for us what IS necessary to our happmess here on earth and to our glory ln heasen llllled w 1th the Splfll of the Church the students of Norfolk Cathollc 5 "L under the leadershlp of the class of 57 hue gnen their tlme and energy for the ereetxon of a Grotto ln honor of Our Lady Of Grace 'lhosz dances and beneflts whlch were glVCl1 to rfuse funds for thxs shrme dedicated to Our Blessed Mother were more than just the ordmary type of get to gether for they had for thelr purpose a goal w hwh the students could well be proud of one whlch gave them a warmer feelmg toward the Mother of God and Hrs Dnlne Son They proylded for the entlre school a shrme a place where the students could now show devotlon to thelr Dnme Mother thus answer her ardent plea for publlc devotlon and recltatlon of the Rosary The prlde whlch the entlre student body has taken m the Grotto was evldent by thelr response to the dedlcatlon and blessmg of the statue by Father Gabrlel M8l0TlCl lo The members of Norfolk Catho hc Hlgh School all reallze that the school could not have been com plete wlthout thls shrme to Mary Q 5 1 T J x Y . . Y qc va s a A . . , , 4 , . . 2 ' ' . V' . 1 x 1 . Y . y . . . . . . t , , Q - , - 1 . . Y V - - V . 1 . , . V . Y . v . V . . Y. ' Y 7. . . A V Y Y . . . V. . . T . ' , . . .IQ 1 , kai nil A J ' ' ' ra' 1 1 , ,zf-1" M I ' r S25 H gl x f' 7fef49l0w4wZ4d4ac5w0ze9wenZo 0m44da4daffajl953 , 94 'J ., X' jf , I: v if I . fm A " w.- . . - - A-C 'FQ' , . -. gs - .1-,I ' , N4 ,i lf. Q' ' '- - "' , Q M lt? ' Zia, , L ' -is-In Y , vf cr- ,X -. 9- , '- 2,2 v --'Z ', .:.'. . "iz l, 1 x , .1 1 .E ,-1 Q , l' ' ' Xt-1 ,I E , g 1' . Q was LV' "f ,L 0' a N h , 1 6 'xp dzgqx'-?e' I yy 'IJ fi "xl M13 ', li 1 . .,,,,,.p-. -4 . I Q 8 1 yi i "" fv. ' ,J 1 ., . Q' 1 Z ' , my ' 'ae- a, - - ' ' On December 21. the auditorium at Norfolk Catholic was filled with an expectant crowd. The Senior class, together with the Clee Club. was presenting a Christmas pageant. The auditorium was darkened. One could see on the dimly lit stage strange figures surrounding a crude stable. The stable. of course. housed Mary and Joseph and the Infant Savior. But the other figures? Suddenly a voice was heard . . . "I am the Angel of Peace-I am the Angel of the Spirit of Christmas. My mission is to bring to men of good will throughout the centuries a faint glimmer hope in a world that strives for peace. but brance, the one tie that this world has with peace and tranquility that was the promised lot of mankind in the Garden of Paradise. In the turmoil of this world, in the struggle for life, in the disorder of a world heavy with sin, I come with the message of peace, for I am the Herald of the Prince of Peacef, This was the Angel of will not pay the price of peace. I am the angel of remem- Peace calling on the prophets to tell in their own words of the Messiah. Now the audience was enlightened. The figures on the stage were two groups of narrators-the prophets of the Old Testament who had foretold the coming of the Messiah. and the Angels of the Fulfillment Vincent Corleto carries crucifix, while Arthur who told in the words of the New Testament the cir- Perkins, as a bishop. and Clay Cate-vood, as , , ,, a Qerver ,md the My to the will i cumstances surrounding the birth of the Infant lung. As the angels spoke, the seniors brought their words to life. First, a group of shepherds, then the Kings came through the auditorium to the feet of the King of Kings. After them came people from all walks of lifefpriests, religious, families, service men. all with one purpose, to adore the God-made-Man. Throughout the entire performance the Clee Club under the direction of Father Maioriello furnished a musical background for the prophecies. the words of fulfillment, and the adoration of all the faithful. But an account of this Pageant would be most incomplete if I did not take you behind the scenes to see the preparations that had gone into this extravaganza. The stage props were wielded into shape under the expert craftsmanship of our custodian, Eric Lancaster. He was ably seconded by Allen Hudson who gave unselfishly of time and talent. These two also saw to it that the traditional Christmas greens graced the stage and doorways of the auditorium. Patricia Gregory, John Began, Robert Hickerson, Jimmy Foley, Michael Willsey, Rose Eller, Carolyn Butt, Catharine Connor fhiddenl and Emilia Cresswell narrate the wonderful story of Christmas. Costumlng another d1ff1cult task was handled by lVIrs James Case Fathers OfflCC was turned lnto a coutourlers shop as concoctlon after concoctxon was whipped together by lVlr Case and her aldes de camp 'Vlargaret Anne Tlce Carmen D132 Dons Sampson to mentlon only a few Xnd who ln the audlence could recogmze IH the scen ery the art of such senlors as Carroll Cunmngham busan Watson Mary Ann Sherry Gayle G3lVlIl and ,lunmy Calleran9 Yes the Pageant was a success ln addltxon to gltlllg an lnsplrmg Chrlstmas spectacle my students also made great strldes in the all lmportant art of WOI'klIlg together 5 9 , . . . , . . ' ' 3 s. ' - - : ' 5 9 9 K . . . . - For many long' years lIlllHkl.l'ItI,gf0l1ll6l1 The Blessed Vnryn Mary and her under its Jeb! of sin, for long years it raised SPOUSC 531m J0S9Pll HPF P0fUa!ed ll' I. , If A J. f . G i ss ' ' r i P I zls hands IH supplualzorz to the Duma' Father TENT Mall Ann Sheffy and Rm af praying 11160111715 or the gatlour 0 the world Sen or honed that all people fame to adult lllm Glee Club and Seniors ln the finale raised their voxces ln praise smgmg Jesu Bambino W 0 c p U o 'saga :de 'mace ence vfmmgugwz We Retreat. Three days of silence, redollection and prayer. Days of intimacy with God. Morning Mass and, together with the Priest at the altar, offering Jesus Christ to His Almighty Father. Through the supreme Sacrifice of the Cross, resolving to die like You, Dear Lord, and to live like You. Finding life and strength each day in the living Bread of Heaven . . . and in the word of God as it fell from the lips of Father John Ryan, SJ. What am l doing? How am l living? Thus the thoughts penetrate. The silence of Retreat, unbroken by those who realize the importance of these days of grace. A silence not empty or barren, but full of the peace and com- fort of being close to Our Lord and His teachings. ls He pleased with me? Answers were found in spiritual reading. What more can I do? In conferences with Father Ryan. In reflection. Resolutions followed. Strength and courage to fulfill them are found only in the Blessed Sacrament. This was the prayer at Bene- diction each afternoon. At Exposition on the last day. UO, My God, show me the way to Your Eternal Kingdom." This year,s retreat theme was hased on the Fatima message. We dedicated these three days to Our Blessed Mother in recognition of her Marian Year. We asked her to intercede for us with her Divine Son. And to protect us in all things. As we turn to our earthly mother in time of decision or strife, so we look to Mary, Mother of all mankind, to help us fulfill the Will of our Heavenly Father. makea x 4 'I 'R Ifatlter xIl'f'IlilII Ivlt-mrs the students during the Nou-na. From Marvh 4th through 12th the students made the Novena of Crave to Saint FVJ.lIlt'IS Xavier. The entire student hody attended Benedtctlon exert afternoon and there ald tht ptescrlhed prayers t tt Father Xluotte 1 .1 the lead Ihe tntentton of the nowena ua or 1nttt1ftI t It mu sotftttonf- Irom the Dtotese of Rtthmon to take tatf of the romn na-etI of the fhurth "' MMWW Zoocacuz ttu thool pttttu tpatttl Ill tht 'tnnua 14- mt tn A t n t t na N atm:-n Jtaz oan Stan u arw ynn IIotnIvaIxe Ioan K1tIueII SEI ONII OW atm ta I over Anne Hood -Xudrey Stmpsnn Nlar aret Vw FIQZIQN Betty Ann I ollot I-. Patrtr ld I Iaduell Barbara Jaroln 'IIIIRIJ ROW 'Ihomas N 1 ttnan I II Ieuls Iolm -Xdam Izdmunt Ihtlltp and 'Illke Wllliey 66 til 'It' 'IIt 's f' er. H ' , ' ' 'rf ' "fav s 1' S' ' "Q " LI :N .A - U- , A 1 H ' '4 I I Q ' ide , ' Q ' 'I I I I ' al! W5 f: . , I rf, .1 as Xu' I : - ff , ' X: - Iv' ' if .J . 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I1 111 11101 1111112 -Xllen Hu Ho 111111 1111 IP 1 111111-r111rr1 and Wayne 1'1e1111ng ll 111 111711 r111al111- workers are ere OID I III r01s eaten 1 - 111 01111r 10 11121111 11 IJOSSI 111 1111 11 'INHINI '11 Hass durml, Lent 1 11 N111 s lll 1111 dlldl1OI'lllITl dur 1 11a1 1 1 'N 31111 111 111111 1 1x111,.11l 111111111 om 1111n11r111 s1u1e Q Z'-7? 67 Tommy Roth and larmem RllllPX nerr uso of the outstandlng, semors who lead the 'Slay duction at the l rolto ,A To offset all thxs IS Just materlal 1n thelr hves as students, May devotlons took place dally at the grotto at NCHS Sponsored by the Student Counc1l wlth the a1d of Slster Mane D C, and Father Malorlello, the devo tlons were ent1rely 1n the students hands Members of the councll and outstandlng senlors gave colloqules on the Lxtany of the Blessed Vlrgxn and lead the students nn 'Harlan hymns and pray ers The numbers present at these rendezvous held durlng the two lunch bells are ample testxmony of the love and devotlon of my Cathohc hlgh students to the most lovable Mother of Cod Zeadtde Www Qui 68 ,,A-,n iv Sn i f ' ' 'XJ qv I' Q i S - A, 4 A is 1. 1, , 5, ,r,.f'i- ' 1,15 . , le? mf" GG 5 Q' K 5 t , ,, , Z., A I . 'G xr 7 ,K f 1 :ggi ,-N yfgv 4, gf!! J' " 'H -'-S A "1 ,Q N.: - 4, .l F55?.."1 1 Hose lfllr-r glanvc-S at thv bulletin board in the upstairs hall with thv vritival eye- of the artist. Rose was responsible for many of the attrar-tive boards at NCHS. Flo Jac-qiu-s is arran,Lging flowers on the May altar in lloom 14. This altar is just one of the many l utiful altars put up in the school to honor Mary during her month. In order for school life to be well-balanced, it must be a composite of physzbal, intellectual, spiritual, and social training. A school's extra-curricular activities are an excellent means of developing the stu,dent's social' nature. The students at Norfolk Catholic have numerous clubs and activities in which they may participate. Some clubs train for vocational interests and others work for the benefit of the school. I n all clubs the students are afforded the opportunity to develop their initiative, responsibility, and qualities of leadership. All students are obliged to take part in at least one club, and in order to prevent too much activity and too little participation a student is also limited as to the number of clubs to which he may be a member. ,- nnfi '.' Moderators of the various activities realize Lge 'ii af ""'! . , Q ' 4155, mc I ' that the molding of good character depends fl K XX 47. DJJ H I silo M"':'41- i , on traits developed in the early, formative 06 ' Mffmvq ii 04' 77 f 'LF 5 years and nurtured during adolescence. They WI S -X E work to that end in fostering a purposeful X N Y, activity program. "ills ,,t..,f f t 4X7 f ... f ll 1 i ,-A, ill- A- AT. -rv A 4..' A., Nl -r -2 v . 4 vwm' . 5,531 H H . 4. ' 5 L. ,,,,....9-.nik-5 sf u 5 . A , :gm ",,g.,...-1 L-A . wr' ,g f 1 .qu 4 ' ' .- VL' W' A ww' . 1 ..-rvlf' ' ' .uv fi ki' u 450 .P 'M -., 1 ' as ,QW in-Q LY ta f if 1 ff? ' -- if V1 lam!! SEATED: Robert Queen, Sister Rita Carmel, Rita Collamer, Louis Barteck. STANDING: Janet Dullerry, Betty Sodini, Vicki Watson, Barbara Heaton, Carol Robbins, Cathy Hahne, Carol Blecharczyk, Jerald Murden, Leonard Mewhinney, John Orsini, Kay Whicliard, Pat Davis, Billy O'Brien, Rosemary Caprio, Charles Bercier, Anne Battaglia, Gretchen Hardman, Betty Kingry. and Sue Johnson. .derail SEATED: Joan Clark, Ellen Keith, Richard Yellines, Joyce Kennedy, Edward Sarpy. Mary Maude Clover, George Ris- sutto, Arthur Anderson, Elizabeth Henne- ghan. Bill Pearson. STANDING: Mark Brancier. James Calvin, Mary liasablanva, Michael Bnchannon, Ann Yanderbury, Tommy Dunn. Herman Curling, Tommy A Stewart. Juliet Wagner, Russell Fcntrt-ss, C Pat Lombard, Clement Lukinovich, Mari- anne Fox. Larry Raines, Judy Pinion, Ninunt oby -KV 7 74 ,Sir .data IV Sister lflotile with Frank McLaughlin, Ward Hardman, Robert French, Paul Ragan. 4' np. P' fi' il . ,xv .L 53 44 1 .latdzll FIRST ROW: Tony Shaloup, Jerry Detterman, John Coughlin. iIatln-rine Battaglia, Noel Burke, Carol Pitt, Nicholas ffardoxanna. SECOND ROW: Pat Conway, Bill Sodoni. Richard Klnrpliv. Ruth Anne FOX, Sue Warder, Mary Alive Nlnrphy, Mary Katherine Bunting. THIRD ROW: llclcn llvucn. ,lanies Blow, Eddie Cavin, Earl Spurr, and llat l't-nnivk. Anza: ll Starting with the first row: Milo Meeks, Edmond Philips, Allonse Bruno, Pat Green, Michael White, Brenda Shively, Joan Kidwell, Jack Ligon, James Kinney, Eleanor Cara, Barbara Urick, Mary Lynn Hornbake, Betty Wheat. Barbara Jacobs. Michael Willsey, Claudia Howard, Huntley Summersell, Eliza- beth Francis, Terry Martin, Joan Stankus, Leona Toro, Sharon Walsh, Dorothy Turner. lor the cx' in inhy tluhate. I xuxity xpeakeix tml haxe m.n1e getl in their Po its. lliew in, I lm umtenl ut t lm poiw timing: it for :mtlienet it fm perma- lg im etmipilmg I teelazetl must tix eligtxuetl llze lll li Nelmt-I .xl tn Nl-lxelw 311. ush . ire:-rlx ttmie xt nt Ute lnnam f W new . , i . ' J, , i r f . ni: . i Eliflfifiif it t ,iw 1 i .et- L'-Alg ,if NORFOLK CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOl My eo-editors, Maria Stankus and LeRoy A Hinkley, whose efforts won for the Defensor a first place rating at the S. I. P. A. conven- I tion are preparing an editorial board meeting in the IJ:-ff-n'or room The -- N IUUNI Nlembuxhip 1 if the schuul. hate xhtml: wk lil, A RMU' hm lexington. Xnrgzim... . .HL aml the tlelmiers, .HN , we ... ,, 1. uh neu "UlllNltlIlkl- llie lL'PlUNL'lllllllXCN of Ni HN Iii glmlt- ltixepli ltixec. etlltnwi ii'-ellie' nt rx lim e Il1llNlCl ' tln: C Rl'SXl7l R ll1W.1,eiiiitvullv,x znnl ll.iil'.il.l llxtlelimli .ilxu ul 'lit Hex! xeai N :iiintnil NZ."' Uslllmx ul llin' 'i i Staiilm .ini Xlamxiellu. .weuritimit' ' ' .mt etuixezitn XX li' 4 X llltl le .i lei ixtl NC Hi-L. llie Norfolk Ciznholic .nitlimriuni will be the Rithinond K atlmlic il' prexentgltiun nf itx an Plat." to lie prexenlct Xpiil ll lhix pmtluct the lIl'Nl time that the Rich- liax piexenietl the tableau , x-.alex Ntmlentx will be llie lIl.lllIln.'C at X' 'duced tern Rt-git' '-.xitm ' he I the pmgnmi was a safely .1 L-zirillt-tl Safety Dragnet." 'lhe .Nil in Nt HS vias the wound made The CllK'lT'. A-- --I-.tt eagerly an Pun! fm' h's mos! all we tum! ui .ix many xe'-" f K -My I ffl ' ,ti I it Q 1 ,QI il!!! ll typggif H at '!'lfi"y ii- lf' gestmnx for atltliti "The response was gootlv' This . um the general' einio' nf- "rv Karl Spurr and Tommy Shisli- man, the talented artist and photograplier for my Defcnsor lnotli of XVIIDQC work received 1-omniendation from the critic at the 5.1. P.A. Convention. umtrebntoi had - printeu on ugh l in a hook. lhc l'nLlcr lathe -1 to the Cilce Klub N erhoml consisting wnxcw in la "i""' ' The tlili rent stall of tlie pa wr lor '53-'54 were Mar ie Clia ura. Aatnr fm 1 , f, M 5 i Q P al: lileanor Klara, Pat lllatlwell, Patsy Roan, Barbara Crouloff, 'twill HVUIPS IC lllllll . . he mm llarlxara llytleman. Nlartl llarmlnian. l,e0nar'd Meullinney, Dicll 9" Mm' ll ek.i.p,,,m liutyna. Nlikt- Willxr-y, antl liarlmara llunter. 'Cd th' Kumi ' ' X hnrux. lllaii lum Inn ' ,Q f he .tml the lluvlw 'er Vx, ia. vttmltl Clmrux. Xt the 'vieeiatmn to all program. :ill L mg thu lkmk ence in the tin ll. t' n R ti ed Seniors Svs tic: Contest H N54 wok fiut were as lullnxu Xmnnble u 'ual Une .Nut Sawyer Vkliiltxs T .rch 6,111 the 1-at llatlnpllua lx :pliine Wallace llxupei :intl lu N .lie leading rolex. Rngei Mint ' .wth their wrxiun liarlmm llimlu ll WCVPY lfklm xxilll' tlirectur. 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E5 ,Xt ff! -1 1 The yvarlmok drive was opened at an azisenilily held on Uvtolwr 6. Jimmy flallerun was emref' of a quiz show over Station NCHS. The grand prize, non ivy LeRoy Hinkley. was a Crusader '54. 78 Exery so often Flo 1-hw-ked her ac'4'0unts with those of the elmvn honn- room re'pr'r-serltatixvs in the fund drixe: Pat Yersprillc. Carolyn Butt, Rod Carter, ,lohn S1'llIl1lLlI. ,limmy flallvrun, Frank Jacques, Liz Cara. Barbara Marlin. ffatharine Connor, Joanne Yirgili and Crave- Warden tame zdepauagzde n 1 lumm'-s mmluator ani an r ru-ina 1 or t N 9m le ll! f sn s D x F: sd Q ' X Uv X . X in is -441 I lliavv hx'l!l'lit'l'. litvrary clrlitur. wnrkf with hi-r stuff to lwu! those dvaciliiivs. Many El Sut- iiriiay saw Grim: in tin' llrusadvr room working on ' thi- avtixili:-5 wvtinn. In-r spur-ial prohlc-ni. 5'i':X NUI Nfl: Diane rIifTililllil. Carroll flun- ningham, El Ll in H Miiivr. SEATED: Liz Cara, Hay ffressisell, Crave, Tony Prizzi, Tommy Roth. X, xi Q l . X3 ,. N ' X 'N X '?'cQ1A 1 4 5 : :M X15 v .,. . 'f' 'af Our lnynnt f-ilimr. .ln Wullum-. is giving her staiT some pointers nn trurwfr-rriiig he-r iilvzlg frnni the- dummy sheets to page l'lINt'iUIH'N. i'iLlLl"l4 to lf-urn xwrv: Gayle- Calvin, Pal Gregory, Xnn Wzigrif-i'. Hurlrzirn Xlminimri. Hairy Ann Sherry. I W - 4ZZaa4a,ee4to Wlm unnl4in't ln' lnippy lu iwar that llrusader' '53 had been .uxuriiui lilt' rating ,-XII-lfullinliv hy the- ffutholiv School Press .hsniiitinrif Si-tvr Mary iinurrrrn-c IJ.W., moderator, und Anm- Purlrialgf-, e-dilor-in-rhii-f ure- no exceptions. Since this pl4'llll'e' mu tukr-n ffrimnlvr '53 also rvvvivcd a first plave trophy frmn Smith:-rn iliti-rsf-holzlslim' Prvss Association, and u se-1-nml tiun. 79 plum- ruling fmni ifoiumhia Svholaatic' Press Associa- CEIFNICIIQ' Hidiffy is drawing the chart whiwh r'e-gislvred the homeroom returnw in thv ye-urhook drive-. tde . 1 5 N stun! N ilu S tufi 21 rt i t Yvayilfr Iiipp, who 1'I'l'LlIQ'Ii lhf' f-nt! idea of Saint livhavi, talking UNPI' simfss with SIll1if'llI pliotognapiiffr, Tommy 5 h ifhmun. Ir'LlIl 5 ix ' s . airpy. ai Il0IIliIlt't' fm' must ialiiahlcf stuff me-inlwr. we-nt ilUlll'r in the' CI'llS214iQ'I' room doing thi- lxumircd and one odd jobs corixwwted "' with llUiliit'iitiUIl. Hcrm' fha' is Seatwi at the type-w'riIr-1' working with jean Burriss and SIINLIII XYLIISUII. two lI1l'Illilt'l'S of th? husirwss -tiiff. lhvre- wax nu Quvh thing as "I i1LlYl'Il-I time tmhiyn wlnfn thf-sv girh we-rc pres:-lllzwl yvar- imolx willy to typ:-. FIKYI' ROW: Mary Fay Nurse-xxkxull-. Xlurp .ln l'ilw. xlLlI'Qll1t'I'iIt' l'ivnm- ifinrnzi Xillo. SH UNH HOW: Suv l,umhe-rt Nlury Spill. Fhinlvy llrunf, Toni Millvr, iAllliSf' xvLill1i1'l'lli4ll'QI. and Hora In-1' ixlllYli6Il. if k 'L If 3. w if SA, if 2 sw, .Q me J da-ng N le A. 1,451 55" ll it Nunn 1 n all s e r Q i K is exe S ur ou f ief-i for in N C ll S victory Catharine Conner lloutx l'antom 1 r r,.1 5 H rre le rx e frman l 1 1 lo nm Hood Barbara Martin and I Discussing future activities for the cheer- Bridget fiaruana, vhosen Homeroming Queen by the football team leaders are 4-0.4-amaing Catharine Connor and was prvavnta-cl hy its Captain. Johnny Schmidt. with a bouquet of Elizabeth Cara. Ameriran Beauty roses at half time of St. Paul's game. Catharine Connor, as the Queen! attendant looks on, while Pat Fitzpatrick gives them all a hand. 83 WW ww The Monogram Club of Norfolk Catholic High School is open to any boy who has earned a letter in any varsity sport while at Norfolk Catholic. This year the Monogram Club procured for its members Monogram jackets. which have proven to be of the most distinctive in the city. The President of the club is Tony South. Vice President is John Schmidt and Steve Mundy is Secretary-Treasurer. Coach Amato is the moderator of the Monogram Club. John S hnndt Tony South. Coach Amato. and Steve: Mundy. FIRST ROW: Pat Ve-rsprille. john Ss-hniitlt. lloh Fu-nt-h. llick Noonan. Cay llattaglia. Tony South. John Began. Tony l'rizzi. Dan Coogan, Ray Flatlcy. ,lohn llanna. Richard Chapura. Tony Shalhoup. Eddie Blair. SECOND ROW: Thaire Hudgins. Bolt Recklingz. .lerry Harrison, Charles Baldwin. Steve Mundy. Louis Barter-lt. ,lack Walker. Bill Harrison. Don Sullivan. Pat Penick. Donald Zarn. Frank llnaklcy. and Thomas Roth. I I L El? Mr FT Mft Fit? if mt 'ff EH sf lin i 'Me 66245 aameoftie 1 F 5 ,- at 'I X , ,- 'S 121.11111 111111111 N111' xx-Lll'11l'!. 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S1111- : Cay Wi1-hard Mary 10 P1111- Y: Elaine 111111111 5 11Filf'f' w'i11'1lf'F. 11111111511 1.1'11111111111111. SPANISH I-FIRST ROW: Charles Ross, Mary Burke. Albert Gates. SECOND ROW: Joanne VFOCFF. Elizabeth Lombard, Dolores Peluso, Sally Pearee, Ann Stankus. Marjorie Drinkwater, Judy Bartlett. Kathleen Flynn. Jill Mc'Elligott. THIRD ROW: Edmund Salyer, Wilmer Jones. David Toohill. Bill Miano. 'l'onimy Dellart. Bobby Devker. Robert Mayhew. Jon filevklenburgr. Nick Karseras. FOURTH ROW: Miehael Jones. Frank Coakley, l.ee Vanderberry, Walter Fedorowitz. SPANISH H-Arthur Simpson. Pat Gould. Joan Kluvz. Joan Coakley. Margaret Wrigley. Flora Caton. .loan Ferlato. Patrivia Morris. Ann Wagner. Javk Peni:-k. Charles Baldwin, l'at Gregory. Barbara Hydetnan. and Sister Jovanna, C. S. C. .laedacede 44 mcfezlpam com mc- SPANISH I-FIRST ROW: Margaret Parker. Mary Catherine Ollice. Dorothy Roberts. Helen Kluez. Diana Doherty, Peggy Thomas, Margie Chapura. Donna Woodruff. Marc-ia Lewis. Beth Brawley. SECOND ROW: Peggy Davis. Nanvy Conner. Rose Eller. Robert Walker. Bill Baxley, Bill Nee. Buddy Fields. Eddie Walsh. Ric-hard Calea, John Kolodziej, Carolyn Leomhruno. Rufus Jones. Henry Jones. THIRD ROW: Richard Allen. Joseph Joyve. Gay Battaglia. LeRoy Binkley. Eugene Hickman. l.arry Antoon, Don Zarn. Peter Allard. Jos:-ph RYZIHCZ. Larry Bannon. Bill Byerly, Darryl Heath. Jerry Fudala. SEATED: Joyve Stoehr, Betty Yvhite. Barbara hlonohan. Emil Sabotta, Tony South. Joseph Faletta, Don Mr-Kenzie. FIRST ROWI. STANDING: Carlos Franvo. Diane 'lim-bault. Kay South, Con Calloway. Mike Minn-rva. .lanies Case. Paul lmardi. SECOND ROW: Dir-k Noonan. Anthony Guerrieri. Riehard l.isit'ia. Harry Walton. Larry Smith. Thomas Shishman, Bill Lewis. 55255 , .-..f 1'-Q. f ' H 1 ' x Elaine Miller, President of the Library Council, pre- sides at the desk during working hours as well as at meetings. Mike Willsey, Vice-Presi- dent, was chiefly responsi- ble for the success of the Library Council project for '53-'54-the sending of books to the Philippines. 2745. cb ' Kea ' , Our library serves each and every member of the student body as well as the faculty. From eight in the morning until the four-twenty curfew in the afternoon, students are there studying, reading, doing research work, or just browsing and listening to records. Frequently, small groups hold meetings and discussions there. The student staff is responsible for much of this activity for by their careful handling of the routine tasks, they make it possible for the Librarian and Library Council Moderator, Sister Agatha, to devote more time to professional duties and to reading guidance. l have observed the projects that have been undertaken by the Council-the Casey project of supplying books for a needy Philippine school, book displays for the Family Book Fair, February Book Week Assem- bly, the annual book gift to the library. the worthwhile monthly meetings, the loyalty to daily routine tasks-and all of them show the generous qualities of mind and heart, the initiative and sense of responsi- bility being developed by these club members. I note the achievements for the whole student body being realized by their sharing of the burden and I look down with pride upon this group so zealously working for the school under my patronagf?The Library Council of Norfolk Catholic High. N 4, Lelioy Hinkley, llistorian, checked the spelling of j the 364 words while work- ing on the Constitution of the Library Council. ,ff 1 fi Us X x 1 J ' Terry Martin, Secretary- Treasurer, stayed after V' Library Council meetings to work on the minutes and plan committee check- ups to follow the meeting. ju ,fjf ' . V , V.-as-gi' ' mi W 1 JL, , 5, ' .Q-f xg' ' ,xxx A 1 yt, L 1 q A 1, 7 t, Pal Gladwell. ,larry lJ1rl11:1'111a11, Rita Collamer. Marianne Durand. and Lueinda Wlaltllall proxe that work can lme fun. IKIOIVI W JINOD .loan Kldxull 21111 olurla lluneez are pleased 111th tl11 111 1,11 mx 111ag.a11111 xylem just 111111 11 111 1 10 0 Shu ,Hllli ln N11-'1n Vkiteon 51180412 Helping display some of the new books arc: Emilx Casale. Nlary Kay lluntin .-'lntoimllte Miller Jill M1 1gOll Beth blamm Margaret Wrigley, and Maria Sllllllill 3 'P ... J Mary Ann Sherry, seated at the head of the table, is teavhing how to record 1-irculation. one of the library's major jobs. The Library Counvil members shoulder the responsibility of keeping routine duties running smoothly. The pupils are Barbara Uri:-k, Mary Olliee. Bill l.ynt'h and Carol Blecharrzyk. DL Q be , , it Ig' I4 gin: Josephine Wallave and Marilyn Yan Ells are full time Count-il members who ran do any A needed Council job. llere they are working at the card Catalogue. U fi. .if leg? w.,w E ei Norfolk Catholif-'s library is noted for its efficiency and 1-heerfulm-ss. The Counril members also keep iniprowing the library by their constant care, as loan Carlisle and Diana Doherty are doing' here. if Sim, Uld members I're known a long time and new members who arm- just getting avquainted are grouped here for the Library Council birdie. FIRST ROW: Carlos Franco. Mary Xlarois, Ria-hard Vellines, Carol Wolff, Betty Anne Pollovk, Rowena Walla:-e. Barbara Nliano, Barbara Heaton. SECOND ROW: Patricia Morris, Antoinette Russo, Carole Robbins. Donald Xl:-Kenzie, Lorraine Pederson, Claudia Howard. Catherine Dunne. Bill O'Brien. n nrt bi., Q mia, L , ,Y-v lliis year, a rummage sale has hr-ld to raise money for the lialanve on the typewriter. Shirlvy llruns. Nlzxrtha U'Rf-illy, Nun:-y Ile Hart. and Peggy Bell arf- xm-n arranging lllf' nie-rvharimlisen 1 g . Y' "Do you think that this vopy is all right. Sue?" Looking over the linieliwl 1-npim of zhf- stunle-nt dirvvtory url' Louise Vandcrploeg. limi Myrivk. Suv l.urnlwi't. Gloria Yitlo. and Mary Spal. A C 'Iillf' niunvy lm ilu' lfle'c'li'im' 'l'ypr'wriIr'i' was 1':1ist'L.l liy tllc' raffle of tliix Imrlulmlv rmlin. lluppy mm' tlic- SIICVCSS of the raffle are lfrariw-5 lfrump, 4Iulli+-rim- ifroxslingi. and juan Ciarpv-nl:-r, x, 3 Dorothea Lippincott, Patricia Powers, Sister Mary Anne. Each day after svhool, the daily offerings from each home- room were counted for Bishops' Relief Fund. n. I ,. Ev, af. i ,ge l X Y' "" ' in Poster Committee: Patricia Lombard, Patsy Roan, ,loan Carpenter, Roy Allard, Arthur Perkins. I am sure you have seen the display of their artistic ability around the school, UH LJJ5- Publir-ity liommittecz Barbara llydeman, Elizabeth lleneghan, Maria Qtankus, Peggy Davis. By hard work. those girls informed the public' of the avtivities of the club. gy "e , Mace to Shirley BHIIIS. llluudinu Hue, Carol Wolfe, Phyllis Bailey, Mary Ollivc. Pat Morris. Barbara llrick--attire members ol' the rlub. 1035 fl' Mary Burke. Sally Pearce were two active club members who distributed Christopher notes to the homerooms. Ma f. Oflirrers of the rlulm were ,loan Kidwell, sevretaryg Vinvcnt Poole. vice-president: loan Stankus, president. Betty White treasurer, is missing from the picture. Ann Stankus, Marianne Fox, Mary Lou Winfield, Margaret Thebarge. Sorting stamps vould lie made a virtue if done for the loxe of Cod. I 11 ' 11 x. ,J .1 X, H. 4646 iawaaoffe . M . Me 4662 64156 . ,loanne 'l'oeee. tiarinen Diaz. and Mary Katharine Bunting examine a dummy used by Student nurses at DePaul llospital. Une thing they learned was never to sit on the bed of a patient! Although taking temperatures can be done by most Elaine Miller tries being: the patient. while ,lo Nant-y De people. lfuture Nurses Margaret Barrett, Peggy Bell. Hart. lleverly llernard. llarhara Hydeman and Ann Dorothy Roberts, Sally Pearce and Pat Fitzpatrick Partridge attend her. learn to do this correctly. Although the Future Nursesis Club of Norfolk Catholic has only been in existence since the beginning of the second semester. they have had enough field trips and parties to complete a full year. One of the most outstanding field trips taken by these future nurses was to Louise Obici Memorial Hospital in Suffolk, Virginia. They were taken on a tour through the hospital which has been in operation only since 1951. After the tour they inspected the Student Nurses's Home. That same weekend, the Cranby High Future Nursesls Club held a party at the DePaul Nurses,s Home. Catholic High's Nurses-to-be all had a grand time and particularly enjoyed the movie. The main purpose of this club is to prepare girls who are entering the nursing profession in the near future. Mary Ann Sherry, Toni Miller and Susan Watson serve an appetizing din- ner to Audrey Simpson. Miss Costigan, RN moderator of the Future Nurses Club, shows Diane Tebault, Doris Sampson, and Sylvia Kent how to measure medicine. ..x.ii ww , .. 5, ii . 'X-NN A an an -1 1 f' if 'Nartha and Kay URe1llv S n hers are Carolyn Butt, Joan Ferlauto. Margaret t n wry luv your ladies preparing, or t e Wlriglvy, Mary Burke, Jill Mc'Elligott. avt as hostess in a liusy rafeteria lending a helping hand to Mrs. Kraft. meal--we my wwf Dorothy Mae Yates. Joseph Riddick, Dorothy Yates. These three faces are usually seen after school sweeping our halls and rooms and vleaning our boards. To them goes a lot of credit. for they keep our sfvhool in spotless Condition. Y 5 Y A l 5 i fini' 4:-::' . l I I A 5 1 l L we oftie My students at Norfolk Catholic' have what might be called a unique privilege. that of visiting Our Lord in the student chapel. Many walk from this tiny haven with their problems solved, or at least with sub- missixe hearts. ready to settle down to Concentrated studies. .-Xs llefender of the Faith. I am aluays solieitous that the Houses of my Cod rf-fleet the faith. piety and deiotion due the llivine Presenee. ln Norfolk ffatholiv. l am not disappointed. The Chapel and all its furnishings are spotless and well vared for. The priests' Xestments. tbl' altar 1-lotlis and linens are immai-ulate. as they should be. Beautiful bouquets of Howers. artistii-ally arranged. rest on the altar. Indeed. my Lord is well honored in this house. Behind this 4-leanliness and beauty are the labors of the Sanctuary Soriety. little notii-ed for the wonderful work they aevomplish. Sister .-Xustin superxises the repair of altar vloths and xestments of the Sanetuary Soviety. lliligently taking part in this work are: Catherine Battaglia. ffath-arine Vonnor. Marianne Fox. Cay Wlbiehard. Rita Collamer. Barbara Hivkman. ,lo Nanvy Dellart. Maria Stankus. Doris Sampson. Beserly, Bernard. llat llaxis. Janet l7eBerry, Vietoria Watson. In the lravkground are: Sister Maly ffustin. Moderator, Sally Pearce. and Rosemary liaprio. Missing from the pieture: Anne Partridge. cw , :de Sister Kita Carmel supervises Rosemary flaprio, Pat Davis, and Janet Dm-Berry in making prep- arations for morning Mass. Betta Ann Kirehmier, President of the Sanwtuary Society. ,., iv s k V H s lf .fi Q 1 Q , I L Z: ' f ' "fill ' n ..-v' z u' ' ,X 3 77 ' .- 'b X ? , h W ' is , Ire'-hman of homeromn 6 sold jelly applvs: unimx of lXOIT1t'l'UOlI1 ll had a wht-Pl. Z wfwwfdf-M Mk Xlike- Xyhitr :xml ,Ivrry IlZ1l'I'iNUll x ilu- pruilt- from tln- FUIJIIUIIIUFU wake- fulef wvnl. I,ix Hara and Juullm- Yirgili take' Ll m'l11xm-n- rom Fnphovnure-x fjillllvfillt' Uuttugzlia Llllll Ic'I'I'y I,t'tIc'I'lIlLlIl. I'l1lllI'4' nut ilu- mlm- and 51.11 1-mllfl lmxv Ll hrmlng fron: l'll1'f-4 Don llanna. FV'LlHl'f'N lrumgl. Xml 5I:1!1kll-. Billy Y:-v. fiZlflll"l'illl' f:I'OhliIlg. and SIM:- Nlumly. is ."' my 'K ' , S sf .mv 3' 9 Nl A Y f ,bs GI' X 'QA sllvre' Thr- -Pllillfx -nlfl rhun any young Imp:-flll. vnu- ww rm Z1 how- 1'Il!'St fillvd with U44'21rLlTt'r to de if l,,.,,.., , 1 yum' a-Phu 5 0 55555555009 L-jEjCJl'J '35 U -4-I Thomas Shxshman Preszdent Rudy Bartol Vzre President Elizabeth SOCIIIII Secretarw .. William Lewis Treasurer 3 Committee Members: Sue Johnson, Con Calloway, Anne Vander- berry, Edward MCCormic'k. Betty Sodini, Robert Wey, Carol Blevllarvzyk. 98 f,h"'4',, I K4 , Rml ffartvr I I 1 5 I . f I liz III pre-sixivllt. IllIl'0lIlll'f'd nh-- partici of thv Puhliv Spvakingl I V I T I If 9 I I I ,fi fi I toupg the - , with the In-Ip P' Deagle. sc-1-rw from a nifyrann de B0rf'feraf"' In Si .' lim-s matic A Rhfta Ann Kirvhnmivr and Cathy Thompson tuhlvalu-ml thf- Annum-iation. II . -, -,.-,-1...1,... litlimm 1 . Zo xilil I nw--x I I Q'llliH'l'N e-njuye-rl 1'il4ll'ili re-aililig us il me-ans of Ii0'Xf'i0I7iHg mul wx'-n-winiu. pmrmm-iutioli and xulumv. FIRST ROW: ' He-tt.: Nun Kirviiinl--l'. Klan-ia1 lmxxis. Liz Hara. .Ion-ph Align-, Nl-:lUYIl HOW: Bvtty Wiwul. Jam- Wiggin. wil rvaulx ll NiN4' -Laying from ilu- lmawl all mu- ni llmv um-kly niw-ling-. Hu-ry 1-Iuli IlH'lIIiJf'I'h ililf tin- nl-pmluimly In ge-I un hix fe-vt ami -pf-uk at wins- timw- or HIIIVI -luring tin- 1-wiv'-v uf lilf' tw-rm. for gi Nl'il'VIi0l1 11111 1 tlui-. or gi i1l!l!V'I p.lpf'r. or in e-xt:-riipnram-nth riix- 1l1rNlUIl. lin- HIf'IIliN'I'- in gumi waive- U'4'illlillllf'5. .lo-4-pil Jnyre- 1 NNI:-r Xlury Xiu-illu. lJ.W. riimlmgitor of tile- vlulr 4'0Z1I'ilf'li Il-Ill: tile' min- rw-milf-r lu ilu' vlll knms llmx in- -:lumix tu fvtlle-rx. um! lllxl mln-rv illlfPI4IXl'IllQ'IliN muxt lu- made. 101 llrvlwluvn iilll'1iIIlill1. U4-tty Sudini. THIRD HOW: lfrank Nl-'l.ul1ghlin. Nliu 'iVl'sNNf'ii. Cutlly Til0l"l1lPs0ll. Ann iiilifilgihl. Nlury Kun Ifux. l"Ol'R'l'II HUYV: Juan Ftunku-. R1-il Mxltvli. .illlI1l'N Pole-5. xiLllII'i4'l' Hur'm'. lluxiii Touliill. IAXFI HUXX: hlvairifni' irllfll. l.i1'Hll'Ill Ixilumixivh. Hill li'-mix. Kiwlxzml Uzilvzi. ,lulm Kulmlzic-j. I ,... hating Cm' 'ons Of the De t..,3vh. . 1 'relafYv i.. Ynrmrxdge- bet and Am condurted ' SSX n10l'Hlni! Se I I U and I The inter-wlub team vaptains, Thomas Roth and Crave- Warder. made the arrangements for the approavhing debates. 'liill'l'f' industrious dvbaters. Patrick Yersprillr-. Patrick Penick. and Gloria Yitlo. sc-Pm to have found some valuahlcf information. 7 .-Xnne llilflflllglf' summar- iz e d 1'0nvin1-ingly the 1' l i n 1' h i n fl points. and brought xivtory to Nfilli Rod barter helped Cathy Thompxon and john Orsini learn the role of alternates in debates. ,Ks ffraddor-lc fired the questions. Tommy Roth stood his ground firmly. explaining certain points on his side of the debate issue. Cathy Thompson. a l t 1- r n a t e. listens and learns. Y . -gn I ' e 3 ! , , 7 Pnl h '51 Y " N ill ' "'-!'f QQ x ' 2. The Debating Club. newly formed this year. has proven itself to be quite UlllSliltlfllIlgI. M1-1-ting three times a week before S1-hool. the members worked diligently learning the eorreet form of debate. After three months of preparation. under Father Meehan. moderator. and Hoderiek Carter. f'021f'll. the members initiated the season by a debate with Cranby High Sehool. In Victoryis favor. they launehed into a xigorous series of inter-seholastie debating. AS the season IiPllf'h1'll its ebb. the Debating Club held a l'f'f'0I'fl of hw- mins and three losses. This Vlllll has mll4'h promise for future debators. Ck H I -9 - 4 'Yiwk KLll'St'l'Ll4. 'l'lu-fv IIHIIIHN I"lHS'l' HOW: l'a1ri4 id Fitzpatrivk. NlilTgill't'l 'l'l1a-Iulrgv, n Flunku-. Nlury Vrmxling. fiHl'II1tJI1 Diaz. I'1l'LlIll'l'H Kfrump. NH l mlumwl. Iwulwtll Ile-nm-glmn. Ilomtlly Hnlwrtf. 'l'e-Vry xI1ll'lill. UNI! HOW: Kutllr-rim' Bunting. Margarvt I.:-zz l'utri4-ia 4646 may XIN. Frank BIf'I.3llglIlliIl. mlvnts arc thv glf-ff IIIISIS. wg f" JW s 7,1 ay Father Haiorivllo Iwarsef 1 Q of the g.fIl"t1l'IlllA' Lum Bunnnn. Vu! l'1-mf k I' 1' ax Il R Nl4'l,1lll!ll'lII Vt-tvr Koxuk. Pllll Raglan. Hugh Harm ll wk. Itdxsarml ,Iv ,r iw-k. z'4eqen72wyfSt I .ua Hu: 4 ITIIN I IIUI 5 ur 0 N u rn NIIYW 5 na 1 nu 1 r Xnnc I 001 nn e a 4 SH UNI! IX I I nun I I 1 rm mm IIA: 1 ll 211 a I'I1l.l ntl mn: 'M' IB. T 1 N ll 1 Ianct L I Il I II IIN Ol I In II.1t on N I x I II1 krnm Ihllnala NIOIlZ1Il'Ul one IIIIQ C9 -0--"' 'NY 3 1 ff I L .y Q X " 5 V I 45 Yr S , 4 I x Nlzrgun-I Iiurrv-I. IInrIr" -'I'lIlllIl. amd ia 'n h I Iiigm ke-pt I"llIIlP'I' IL' 'ie-Iluf' til:-x in 411-r. I' N I , g I , 1 5 X . 5 5 5 I X, I 4 , I I L X , . I QI Q I 2 I 5 il Ein 3 ' , I 1 i V . X I I 54,p'41r1uN I"III."I' ROW: Ifutllvriml Ilulzglii. I ' D-- Ihfly. II'-tty Km- I'uIIm-Ie. Hairy Aliw- Ml 'II,'. UI 'iu Nitlu. HI:-11 IK:-itll, Iflizulme-lI1 I,fIlllIilI'1I. 'a ' t . Qlffl- p-Xy ' UNI IWW 1 Iiurlmral Il" L . 1' ' . I , R " PIII.-1. Nulu-:tu IIQ-m-vu. IIaxl'I+al'.l IIy4Icman. Flora Lfaton, XIII Avtlv' IIN-Nu. ff -' f. F O I. rg y 5 .XII 5 -I"IIIf'I' HOW: KI: 'gun-t IIa '-I. . L 1' fl I, ' Put ilrvgmry. .Io Na D,-IIu't. . I I, ' - flutlmrim- 4' nor. Imuife- yLlIlLI'l'IIfP'Q. .ff f My , IIIY: xll1I't"' Simpy, Su- Ilan.-Il. IIllIl1"II1O' ' I ,A If' xlinu. I'ut 11 ay, "lui ,I '0Is, I".'I3I 4 "1 I"rum-ix. Im - IIIUI'l'l'. FIX I x , 1 42 gf " I 0 ff V' I - I I- W I ':- - R ,Q '15 I ' w ' '. 1 va . Xi, -wi , 33 . in , P J fy' .1 I1 .ms Q9 A , I . i N I I Lffw? 5 :gf 105 Light-man Harry Walton and stage-manager May Cresswell help Steve Mundy unload furniture for the play. A light intrigue between Lucy fBridget Carauanal , and Sir Lucius O'Trigger fllivhard Caleal. My friend, Father John, looks amused at a bit of after- play comedy, staged luy John Kolodziej, Gretchen Hardman, Bridget Carauana, and Jack Ligon. Paul Mueller who plays the part of a valet shows a little concern over last-minute repairs in the dressing room. MM A happy ending, if a little confused, shows the entire cast on stage: Earl Spurr, Bridget Carauana, Paul Mueller, Rod Carter, .lohn Kolodziej, Mia Cresswell, Gretchen Hardman, and .lack Ligon. LINK. KL X :ay r-rowd at the- llflllifx of 51'l"00!P.S Ht?Dllf'N, Frml. 1 ayvrl lmy Rivharcl Calm. nas vntfrrtainerl by a QI'21f'Pfl1l ll1IN'P lry ,lllflf Burtlf-tt. :Xrnong the- gufwts YVFFO Ruth Ann l'0x. l.arry l"arnwr. Rifllurrl Calva and Sally l'f-awe-. Q-QQ'-'Q 51 .Y- lu 'K Qpvviul irntvrwin-xx took plum' lwtwwn .lohn Kolodzivj and Q:-pl! .loy--v in "'l'lu' llllI'lNlHlllS llalrolf' Thr- llllusl of lllII'l4lIl1llN 51-t to 4-omft playvd lmy BPII3' xx-lIf'I1l. sluom-rl .lo-Q-ph .luyf-Q-. :lf Frrrooge. his final resting: lPl1ll'f'. n X Trl: bfi. " 'Y ss, 4 4' A '1' in Q15 Play flute-xmml furni-ln-rl rnueir for the clunrers. Harry Walton. l.lll'll1ll1l Wvalthall. Sylvia Kvnt, and Rowena Wullm-rg while- Pr-rry U'Kr-f-fr ami Ann Iiattagflia looked On. brzxml tinalv- --Fr:-rl and hie wife-, the seven members of the Vmlwlnit family. S4-rung--, and ll young fri:-nd. Playing the IIAFIN in ilu' happy family me-rv Sally l,f'2ifl't'. Rir-llarcl Calea. Yirginiu llc-rrnun. ffurlow l'.Fi1H1'0', Put Daxis, lx' Roy Binl-ale-y, lflifton Pr-rry. llvlvn llvgvn. Hare-ia Lewis, Arthur Xluzrlwm and .l05f'lPll Joyff. 35 in . . M? ,,.,,...-I Une-actpfaq llivliuiwl Gulvu. ,llltly l'iii' lluttugllizi Piijoyml I!l'I'lilIl'llllIlQL "NlL1i'flc'1' liy fllorningzfi WA A 'J illrm-rte-ml Ivy Cr:-tvlia-li llzmlnmn "Tl if? lxlllllllllyli Foul" 18 ? A ,lt'l'I'y llawismi. .lolm Mlziiiis. ,loan Slaiilxu 4 I , i arrvll. with llullmnm- lfox , ai Scuba Rod Carter, Clay Galv- woml. ,limmy lfallvraii and ,lo Walla:-Q' in Svotfs Nlvunlioc-" play- ed to vin first plan-v. Jimmy who rlii'r'f'lc'rl tlw play. was also voterl lwst amor. fanzkvz ,lmz-pll .loyf-4'. llllfllillll lliir1Lm uml fun lint' tziglia in L1 wc-iw from "Tom S ll xx' y 4- ru liy lllark Twain. llrimlgu-t f.ai'uana was tliv mlirvv- IOP. ' 4 it A wi 1 'is' f Q Z it A 2 I' F i uk-11,054 l .Q I 4 Faded '-. . 'lllllillllix Mrs. llirlnwt Xllvii. ldilnr li.1iif 1- lllailwly. llitlici' 'liliomus Fum- rmi iml our mm l'Jllll'l' Nl1'l'llllIl. 'WY Siqer lfranris Rosc--our moderator, through nllmv hvlp and Q'IlL'0llI'Llg6l'Ilt'l'll sw have made zllif yvamrk 1lrzxmativ 1-lub a fum-css, vonfers with Jam- Higgin on stage- ruanagenmvnt. 11 ,fv-1 I O firm v-v I,!'r'Nl1fo'IlI In-vpllllla' X1 LIHA41 UI vi fl. lll1'l1l0'llIllHX. um- of th-1 In--I lU'Il'l"'l'N m -1-lwul. wa- ut hum: II1 any prmlurtifnl. "Ni2t1'r Rita flurmv-l. may up llllilxl' -I11r1- our prop- in your wluxwlf llll X11 Ihr' :TN nf prop-l'11II1lIlllIr'e'x of V: me .xml l'f-up ,I1llUIIlll- aw- I'!'llI'l'Sl'IlILltiXQ", 'Hu whiwh illlv f In-himI-tlla-if-vlrrfs workers-Carroll Cunningham, Xluy tIr1-A111-II. ami lfurrnenf- Ridley, chose scenery prop, uilh Illlll'll lu-tw. .,,,- .-,..,l .... 1 Q . if E 1 r i X E r i 1 A I 'I l X . 1' ' ML 5 1 ' if 'nf rx. ,I Il ll I rg ' nf: PS1 1 415 Lv! YR ci r -11' ' . .r ,lggpi 1 6? za' 8, fi V bak, 11 -,A-' 1 109 .sports play uri Lfuwr tum: pun, in me curricuiuru ui zvurfum uuriuiu: 111515. 1 ue strung, vigorous, Cutan- cut man, the athletic man possesses a great advantage in every occupation or profession. Because of this factor, Catholic High students in order to meet .the demands and requirements expected of them in adult life, must strive to develop strong bodies as well as strong minds. Sports are the keys to this development. Besides being a necessary factor in preparation for adulthood, sports are popular and absorb the time, energy, and interest of each and every high school boy and girl. Athletics, considered from the right viewpoint, means much more than the development of mere muscle. The true ideals of athletics are not bone and sinew alone, but such qualities as quickness and skill, cour- age and manlinessg pluck, energy, and endurance-summarized, strength of mind and of character, as well as of body. The true athlete can take defeat without gripingg he can similarly subordinate and adapt himself to the strenous demands of team coordination. He possesses the virtue of sportsman- ship. The high school athlete ordinarily learns that "playing the game" is valued much higher than winning it. It means representing your school in every way. lt means being a good student as well as a good athlete. It means active interest not only in one field of sports but in every branch of school life. A lively spirit of competition adds zest to the game, 6 but this can be overdone. It could result in letting Q the true spirit of fair play become forgotten. The f teaching of the Christian attitude in sports as well as in every other field curbs this and accents the importance of being a good sport. dlthough Catholic High is small, she has become ICHAEL ll ARWO CHIMP outstanding because of the role she has played in the field of sports, which, in turn, has given her '1nU,,. they belong to such a fine school! i IM-SL V students every reason to be proud and happy that 'u-15: -54:1 .X 'X J -L . 'Q , . v F -1- , . , 4 , dv A Q' U-,4,,,,a,,. I 5 ' ,..., Q . an r, ,K W ,, , . 'v . . ' ' ff'-'Jw 1 "T 'iff' ff t"7'541 !'i7,'4 3 - 4'- ws'-A X - ' V ff ' v 1--11-N A .u,5m'!"fiR-.- . . -- 4 "' X "Z: amp av" ,A -"frm , -- - ' v ,. , . -1 A ' - ..g,gqv,.' 1517031 iv' ' 1 ' 'M f .- ,, 1f.E: ' ' ' , : I ' ff' - .?,gfq.7qr-.:2,a6'P3- v .1,.4'r . W -iii. , I ' l,.,.:.v' 'A ' p' ,,"'3AN M, g. , ef. 4-W ' I ,5 5 J, "-x X ax, K' " xwxff K. Ku, B VI , Rl. v , ,L tp-fr g .N L45 6' -,V ,. A. ,-9 ' Q ' ,-1, v ' rr. E, !, lgs -4 14' x, , J' 'V L - r - gi, I 'naar Y pg 1 ll. 1 6 ' aw W-f"'- 1 rn - QA A Q g f A .. 5' v - 3 fl Q - ,. ' ' 5-J- ,X J ..- . V .- ' .ve Y Nair.-1. 0. , ' l 1' ' 1' . 44 Q'-,fgi ' fi, , ' Q." ' .wa .u 'T Ill .0 Hb , n j. 1.-'-' ' 72 4- P V I ll 5 A -f4.'z,h .w, X? f f ' ' P44-?x?a.1 . 4 v ' 1 -fa, ,, -3- ip! nn llbllll N lnni lr doqeicwlafche f 'Maagd ' wemafdtdwteamwaamacd and I I I FIRST HOW: Pm-wr Allard. Larry jntoon. Frank Klr'I.angl1lin. Guy llattaglia. SECOND ROW: ,lvrry Harrison Thairf- lludgins. jinnny llallvran. Lt"P.Y3IlllPY'lN'TI'y. Pat Pvnivk. THIRIJ ROW: Nlilo Nh-1-km nianagvr. Hob Re-Ckling Eddie Blair. Cliarlvf lialdwin. Tony Prizzi. Pat Yvriprillv. 1 1 xeai ill k 4 im u I oi its football sm on undmr the c ipablc Lommand of icam captain J lin Q llllllill JOllIlIlS has pliud 112 xarsily ball fir Cilllolll for thru wars llld is look oiuard to pl ix in lf f 1 A ll lrr 1 If fdgjrmwiu tar 1 oin is oulsmnc in 1 if offcnse and 111-fum-. He is mall rgmcmbcred for hi: Held leaderghip and fairness. ' awzdq-caafwdcwdtq duke own FIRST HOW: John Schmixll. Bill Harrvll, George- V:-rsprille-, Tony Shalhoup, Jim Casv. SECOND ROW: Bill Harrison, Mikf' Jon:-s. Frank Coaklc-y, Don Zarn, John Hanna. Ray Flatlf-y. THIRD ROW: Coach Frank Amato, Dick Chapura, John Bvgan. 'fomniy Roth, Louis Bart:-k. Al Cates, manage-r. 'I '62 Ray Hanley Pat Vvriprille All i"orf'man i'1il'iii Fullimavk i ,,.- ,gf 'gf-4310:-' 113 l Arm add ' egddada 4-4-I -- lik u hard game but after one of Coavh ,-Xrnatolz talks, look out opposition! ' W ' f 7 11 'W f1gwi'XQ" Around end Comes Yersprille on a long on Zarn is Eixen help hy his team-mate lack Walker. Q.,,,,' 1-ry, h.. ..,,A ,fn . .. k A lil T Q sc-arnper for pay dirt. 5 IJ ll U Coach Amato John Hogan .lack Walker Tony l'rizzi Charlie Baldwin lllllllllit' lluelgins -A Ili . oloo ...ih.iG.s 114 bf An vxtru point attempt against Saint Paul. YCI'SIIl'iiif' varrif-s the ball for another one of his long gains against Maury. A .hor Bill Harrison Steve Mundy !'W'5'V'4'!?i'ffM . .13 Ji.. , -I u U l fi t gain is madr- u Me ff. llliarlic Baldwin is off and running after intercepting a pan. ,1 ,U by Ilon Zarn. Don Zarn ii O i""""' 1 kv ssh .i 115 H, y' I.. John Hanna Frank Coakley Eddie Blair ia, co f maxi ggi 'tm' Oazge , . . . . ' 46lZg44U6 zdazzeam, Zz 01666 K-1' ef Xn unu 1111 11111 111 f0d111 Xmato and 111 111 1111 Quc Pssful 11askLt11a11 team ll flfll .111s1n 11 a1 11118 on TIZZI on 11 112111 1 1211 1 14 11ertz11c-rg, Laplaln Da1111y Coogan lat xllNI1ll11l 111 1ldll1 C11a1111ra Raw Whlte john Mahon Don 1'1dI1Ild lnm S0lll1l 11111111 Frank Amato gf IP 111111 XX .une 5111111 111 1 Coarh Amatu glwes IIISIIUCIIOII ior .1111111111 1110 11o1ntQ 101 1411111111 1111.11 1111116 R1111a111 1111rke look to 1115 team dur111 a 1llTl60lll 1 If nant 111116111 the 1-1 ore 1101111 116 a a i l i 1 1 1 ' A 1 1 1 Z 1 U W 1 , B ' N- A 'jf 1 ' '- ln t ,. I A - g f : 6' 1 , J 'A 2' X ' a I A Mi 1 1 , : 1 1 ' -C19 1 1. 1, 1 1 110 fa . l11111114'f 11-11 " . R' '11 'kd 1.'s' " , T y P 'A ', D S Il? 311111 11 A1111Q's. NH' ", 1 ' , ' " - "1-" f , I' " , 4 , ' .f - ' . I X 1 ' ll 1 . 1 4 ' 5 1? . X 1- 1 NN xv' . 1' if ' ' 1 Edd' A". Q ' 1. 111111 13 111Y' F1'en1'11 105911 L1 1'o11sla111 xigil , , " , ' ' ' 5 as'f1-H' V ,, '1. l 1 U l M 1 0 . , W 71 ' cw Il wmiiil sf-vin Ray White- is gixing iiirvvlioriw to tvamniatv Danny Cmigan. Danny Coogan :LMS thc' lap in the' Marvh of Dimes lwnc-fit game plug:-+I with N. l'aui'S at Ihr Uixision gym. Little- Tony South t'Yiliililb his vunl hall-handling in this lf-nsv game- against Norvivw. ? ii- mazda 420-7 me! 1, vw. xwxfllw ff ww. I ameoftde mme fmfl-lf,gf4:fM'.Qf ,,m'?gf, C- , w1.m1",.,,,V :gn 1 A , ww '- ll,wl.Afif'-fwllfwmxg, . . 40 Always lllhllllld tllcf lvum. tllf' favulty hopefully wislwd for a victory. Danny fl00gLillI grulll Ray xxlllllt' Mann-fl to kvep tllis time. led a rvlround in the game with Our Lady of Yivlory. ,J ,,,W,,K,M-.iid .M ,mg .44-JL A Our nmet Iuynl nmralf' lIOUhU'l'S. thc- l'llf'l'l"lI"21Lll'l'h au? mam A llblj' yell for ilu- team. Q P O li T s ll . gg ., k v. ' JA " A A QMJ -41 . if lat wif - ,- M if arlie' Hillllhlll wink zumtlmi :owl hasket with his push shot. Xe-rsprille uollflvrf-fl jllil mlm would get thi: hall, -X IPHSR' mum:-nt in one- ol the- glillllfr wlni--h haul thc' favulty Sitting on the' wlgv ol thvir rhairs. :It mac 466 '7 do to Eeqb I f l ! my . Surry Ying the- hull is on thc- othe-r side of thP basket. -f -1-9-,E 'f i. ' 'aww . '.a,,go' S C? x-xx l"lR5'l' HOW: Mary Fay Rosenkrans. Carolyn Butt, Captain Flo jacques. Mary .lo Pike. Crave Warder. SECOND ROW: Manager loan Carlisle, Barbara Sarlo, Mary Helen Myers, Margaret Ann Tiee, Manager Reita Ann Kirchmier. THIRD ROW: Kay South, Sharon Walsh, Cay Whichard, Carolyn Leomhruno. .Xlrsent from pit-ture are: Doris Sampson, Elaine Miller. Sue Warder. The Crusadettes of 'SQL ably eoached by Mrs. Charles Boyle, opened their season with a smash- ing upset over Oceana. Continuing yietorious over the Alumnae. Cathedral. Saint Patriekis. Wlal- singham Aeademy. the Villa. Our Lady of Vietory. and Hampton. this ever-fighting team was holder of an unollieial title' -winner of seventy-fiye pereent of their games. l"lo Jaeques played her fourth S year as guard. Captain of '5l. Flo P nplf ' ' J will always be remembered for H-ltllfltllt Q, that mighty power and her out- . Q ding Jarticimation in every ii nxt V stan 1 I I - I 5 game. X Mary Jo Pike has held down f.-s-'fe- !, 4... 5 a main guard position for the last M 1 K. ir two years, H+-tta and loan tally up the points. Who was higher srorer'.' Grim wlanlmi' Spmlt' and eolleeted. has played guard sinee her arrival at Norfolk Catholie two years ago. ffraee was truly an exersready player. lowering Carolyn llutt. an aeeurate shooter. was generally the high seorer. ln one game alone this veteran sharp shooter seored thirty-one points. Mary Fay llosenkrans held the other starting forward position. Haying played varsity ball for three years. Mary lfay is quite at ease on the hardwood floor. Mary Helen Myers. a placid. long legged girl. played her first year as forward for NCHS. Mary Helen just arrived this year, hut immediately filled the ranks as a hrst string forward. 7 ual' , - , l I I ,ww 'llubxfgfr' 4 , A "fKf5w,,, .. W ' JW 2 ff , 3' fm Q . Ki a '7 E A 1 4- JA F in-I uxrf qs- gg .Z-1,94 X I ,- v- A .- hX U P 3 J 'affix ,lunior AIX' . . . I-'INST HOW: Hobby Queen. Billy O'Brien, Ftwrlirlg Gill-s. Rufux ,I0Ill'N. 'l'ummy Dvlfart, Charles Fulford. BHHNIJ HOW: l'aul xllll'llQ'I'. Pe-tc'r Komlr., Ueorgf- Ri:-sum. Touuny Dunn. Ximw-ut fuby. Larry Rain:-5, Craig Rhodes. f 0 ! 2 Ugg I ',1llI2llIlN... l"lICS'I' IIUXX: Iivllx Nmlini. XVIII Xmnle-:In-ru. Swann IUIIIINUH. SH UNI? HUXX: Uflllllil XM Hzmllm-. Nlamguu-l l':11ka-I. Hlilllil Ilulu-rly. lllllilb NUR: ,.. , . NlllI'llH'. lzillllf ,lush llllllill. Imlmww In-luvm. ,funn 4.lzu'k. ,laluvt llvfle-vrx. I-'Hfli'l'II HUXN: Nlmlzmlle- Vox. 'XIIII , I , . XIIIINIVI., lmlllxy llumuxjwulm. l+'::y Illlvlllil Hnttugglzu. lvrallwl Mnlx ,IX ,.. llllhl HOW: xl1lllIii1xxlIlNllII He-H1 FIRHHIII, lv-wx Xlsntm. Uuvff.u.1 ,lm-ulyx, SI-FUND RUXX: Nhlftilll . . . , . xvn-. ltlnzallve-Ill PILIVIYIN. fxlltll XIII! lwx 'll1llI'I'IYIl . , . , Baltlzxulm. lllllxll HOW. ,Imam kwin'-II,byIm1 Ixvr1t.f.:1mI i I fx N-Mm. 41lf'IV'VlIll' 1 umllng. Ra1l'l:1n'11 I rxwk. fy... K,,,s 1-v ' I fl N fr x N , rf! A 1 . 3 - -ucv' S A , 2 5 S 4 ,f- ,xx ,'N x 'NH fl NX Nt. 4 Q I , I 12-ww v U D., S P -v-,K -1 C7 X Norfolk llatlmlii-R first travk team: FIRST ROW: Buddy Spur. llivk Noonan. Pat lflatley. Ward Hardman. Boll Morris. l"runli BT1'I-Z1llQIllllll. Tony South. lfzlilie Wilieeler. SECOND ROW: Tony l'rizzi. ,lark Pvnivk. .'xI'f'l1CT Farmer. Dick Murray. Clay fiLllfPN00ll. Pete- Allarnl. Yinvvnt Corleto. Nlosefs Antrmn. Pat Pe-nir'k. Allen Hudson. Manager. THIRD ROW: Hugh llarr:-ll. l.0u llartvk. Tummy Roth. .lolinny Srlimirll. Danny lfmigan. liivliarmi lillillillfil. .lov Byrne. lion Sullivan. Stew '74wwfwl72www 'a . xllllllly. l.1lLll'll ul llle If-am is lfranlx -Xmato. 3: li' - - 1' 1 . 'Z' Pat Platley. vaptain of I team. flivs through the air with the greatest of Pasta. llc' says lie-'s not smiling. lxut l'f'j1l4lf'l'lllQ dvtc-rin inat ion. Stew Nlumly liurls tln' discus in tlu? tru:-lx meet witli ffraclilm-li and Cranlmy. if-3 - - A . , .452 if y , , 1 .., 1 . . 1-' wrai -M-.J llainny Logan unil llllgll llurrvll go up anfl mvr the- higgll lllll'Illf'S with tim Urunliy runnms. li 4 deeeafzeteaaapcwd lhf- golf le-um tukn-N lllllf' out from pl'Ll4'li1't' lo HKUK RUWII Bill HSlI'I'iNlll. Hurry Walton. .lulm tt xlllllllt and Futhe-r xIl'fQt'f'. l"RON'l' Y HOW: Nivkir- f.lll'IlllXilIlil, 1.lmrl4'w Hn-- zlnnl .lqlxnvw Kinm-y. , . , . . A Hn- ILL. Lulu lumps. lrvllvr knmxn :lf the- NVIIS Imwlrull IVLHII ure' I-'IRWI' HUXY: Tony South. liruln-rl 1-lm-vu. -Xrtlmr Sirnpmn. Don farm. Edzlie- Walxll. SEVUNIJ ROW: xlZ1lliIg1l'!' Jann-s llulxin. Rudy l'vf'llII'!'iN -Xlphnnsv RVIIIIO. Nlikr- While-. .Nl flat:-s. uml Manage-r I':IihLll'4i Sarpy. THIRD ROW: Ray Wllitv. Xlikn- Willwy. Ellglvllt' Hif-kmun Dunn. and I,onuif- llfmkv. x .339 Q. ,r u 999604. .jig . . , v v 3 9 f K - Q fu 'I x y.. Il' is W 1 M... 'C fx ...Q N -QWIQ or 2 Jar' fzsw --, .Q ,. L- ilx I W V QQ. k .- gcgvf I-'edu ,il -.... f I ' zz I - - f . f J ' Q1 Nr .dv fr-H f"31 "P How quickly this year has flown by! And Catholic High's seniors have become aware of this fact only too well. They find it hard to believe that their high school career has come to an end. When May bowed out and Iune's days danced by like little sprites, they realized it would be impossible to recapture those precious days that just a few weeks before seemed too numerous. Reminiscing a little bit, I can recall the first time the seniors practiced walking to "Pomp and Circumstancef' Although they had memorized this tune and the correct way to walk, it seemed that a million times over could not be enough. Then the Junior-Senior Prom was at hand. Hardly was the Prom over when came those last days of scanning the books for exams. Many times I overheard my seniors remark, "Exams, already."' is so c I7 fy :A 41 4 - wmv. w h A, "Ui -. a " "' 'ian , flli , J ,J ' ' V jf!! 5 al!!! 'X 5 'Q is T. ' l A tlvlllk 'Q I f pkgllw e If bn' 4 , milf' l .av 1 xg : ,T-E Senior Day . . . Baccalaureate Mass . . . and the long-awaited night arrived. The air seemed to be electrified, not with summer heat but with excite- ment. The strains of the March penetrated through- out the auditorium and my seniors walked "that last mile." Nervously and anxiously they received their diplomas, then they said farewell. Over, it was all over - everyone breathed a sigh of relief. Yes, Seniors, it was finished but you are just be- ginning to learn. Learn well, and above all be true to "Cod and country," and be true to Cathollb High. JQI! 5 '.I . 55,1 Q .' ' 0 . '. ,Y Q L 5 . 'il' ,'.fx'n 4. ,y -TJQQQOSI .Q Q. 'J I .93 pf 5- 11---. 155 ll . o , ' - f' .05 x I ' a A C ' xv':'i'. 131. .T f"J"'3? ' " " . Q 0 it o . ' . .3 '.1f:. I I 1 " ziQ,.0 o .Q ,ice '4 1' 'lv I Q : 'Qi' 21 -f si VE - -A! u 5'L 1 cl 'P 9, , ' 1-Q' .v -:sw BF A'..n' . O ' 52 .' 2' ' ' F'4 s', I . t' 9 v -, ... '. ' ' 1, ' an . 6 V .J 9 I I Q . . , ,js - .-TL a w.'. 1,,f:fs ". ' 1 1. .. mx irx, 2 4 J -J ' --1' 4' " "fp 'uv f "' cf-" G4 ,.A ,A af - v- f , L 0 61- 4, . t 3 rflt ll ff' nn' I5 sf' 1-CFFVQ 'T- , . 0 If 'it K., 7, Q ,of . if . . , ' - , - 3 , 1 5 1 ,li A023 un .Q uf Carolyn Butt received an award from Mrs. Boyle for having been thc outstanding player on the girls' varsity basketball team. u Three other awards went to Charles Baldwin, high scorer on the boys' varsity. to Grace Warder, most valuable player of the girls' team, and to Pat Versprille, outstanding athlete of the school. ata fa I T A Q mu y., ul M . E QA x , ,H , 3 M . gf' 7' , ,,- Coavh Amato presented an award to Tony South for playing out- standing basketball throughout the year. A bird's eye view of the gym where athletes and parents alike enjoyed the banquet. The effective decorations were the work of Rose lfller. " pls rf 1 ., ttt. , t WM , ff' M1 ff i1w,rwc"" A 'fn M , 3 4+ vs 130 f Q Qtorxec L ft to fl ht ay Xftfr tu nquft A roup of mmworthx nthlrtfs rxchan ui foot ra Hltlew Raw fhHIIlhEl'l8lIl ,lohnnx Iattner Frank Xmato and Pat Yer prllle Nlr fhambtr am I r 0 ure mon fo lI'k4 or of .uhh 1 Nt tVQ Illn X Johnny Lattner the guest speaker of the evenmg has been an All -Xmerlcan half bam k from 'Votre Dame for the past two years Nu 911114 i "' W-5 'fig offiewm 1 0 A , A 7 2 ' , f , Q K' ' ' . ,f a ' I lk W 9 i 9 ' 1 -I-ba "g " i gg- Ill. Q' 'g.R ml' -'I ' -Iivf at .Q . Puull, wuf lu- IllilNll' f '- - ies r the - - ' g, 5 f 7 . . 'L 1 1- 1 :f'V.-mf -W' ,v - n A 'G In ,f-4, fy X K gg, ' , . , f 1 4-.N " faq' gi -gay I 'e , nl, f.-'bv ., "f'l"fs,' 47' .1 - V ' Q ' X' V " -Q75 a K ,, - r f A . I' -' n Y -. 1? K 3. .. N X-. i -."v fix? -- RY ,-31:1 ' , ff' 'ig v., Q 311 ' ' ' ' 1,3 1 Y I' - H" I 4 'INV I 0 Q , 4 , . W, Lonnie Cooke showed a fine style of hurling on field day. "Little Bit," Virginia Herman, Htted nicely into a big potato Sark during the race. S' . L. .Mi ' ' V, ftifs , , f " . ' .J ' ,A ' 'fi 1.01, Affi- I ' L1 '7'f,,3 .i' , X' .- ' t- ,f,.--fffb-ff x ku flqgsxkw I A., F, Fifi A Y A I K J' A Y, fry. ,fp ,H 1 ' t A. - ' 4 A. ' .f.- 5 . ,Ii ii A ff - . .Awyigif .A , '4 " fi. Q xixtel ' . e ,Q " i,fffrf?,:a 'l if A .1 3- ,ff iff" 'If V' A- ,' f, . ': f 4:,- ,, f? K, A ., i' -' , 1-'Af' ,riff . -,i v ' 'Cm ' .t,1v,-..- f av Who would win this one was the big ques- tion during the yard run. V , -" Paul Mueller gave a brilliant as :W,..1,.n 9, V -F A I 9' fn 'K' .3 -. performance in the high jump Sf! ,L ,Q 4-ontest. iw-fgf . 'fisri D 3,-30 5 -I . ffl. X' i -4' " ' , -Q .. use . r- If X, .Q- L 1. qi H 4. S L , fswrjw,-me Nw 132 1 Catharine Connor held everyone's interest as she successfully made the jump. ti hier!! I IQ 'W Loulx Swoopv 1 Qhown takm hi la I few ep a wmnvr m th nur run Hv vm awarded thc trophx for hu out stdndm pe rformanu m the day s 4-xvnt I E i ' Y iff!! 92 i il 2 ,few-f 2 W I+.. -,,Y-Hgifff' xnilwi - MQ Q ,L 3 Q. -8' W5 il 'HY' Y K Ll' llivk Nlurrayk mme-rtililc warried Ray White and his rlosest follmwr- in the- 1-olurful parade. Left to right: Noel Burke, Sue Wardvr. llivk Murray, Don Zarn. Ray White and Don Sullivan. 4,15 Bridget fIaruana's speech concerned school spirit and Coopfhration in the Sludvn! ifounvil. flliniuxing thi- 4-anipaign was the voting. ,loannv Yirgili explain:-fl tlif' lialloting to iimle-rvluwsinan, limi Nl4'Kcrr1ziP. while- Nlurgzzm-t Vvrigzlfly fnunfl his name- on the stuflvnt list. Prf-siilvnt and l'residvntAelei-t. John Bvgan ami Hay Yvhitfz as the elertion results wffre- pululishvd and the vheering lwgan. I I I 6044 y 4 D With the aid of Butterrup, played hy ,Io Wlallare, Ralph Havkstraw, llugli Harrell and josvphinv, Kit Bunting, were "Carefully on 'liiptoe Stvalillggn to gvt marrir-d whcfn thc' Captain. .lint lfallvran, arrivvd on the 1-z1'vnc'. liLllll!'Tillt' liunnor wax the narrator and :hitti- l'arIrirlg:4- Ltvvorllpaliiv-cl at thi- piano. . await naw 3 0 Sir Joseph Porter. Rod Carter. came on board the Pinafore- with his sisters and his aunts and his vousins hy dozens. 1 I f '74e ' ide '24 77K 5 ' The seniors rc-sponsilrlr' for the suwt-as of thi' asm-nilmly mfrf- May llrt-sswc-ll. stage- managc-r. rusturnr design:-r. inakf--up artist. and door of wliatvwr elsv had to lw done, and Allen Huilmn and Rolwrt llic-lu-rson who tlesigm-il and f'X4'1'llI!'1l tlw stage- propvrtivs. lfrr-xx me-rnlaf-rs lfarnwne- Hicllvy. Rc-tta Ann Kirvhmif-r. l.iz Cara. ll:-lrn Marino and Cram- Wardf-r llc-lped the-ir mess tnatvs to rc-lax with at jolly hornpiper danre to the' mush' nl fflay Uatmsootlis avvordian. X .. sl My 4 ,. '4 Senior Dav lieffan uitli a Has- -aid for the intention of tlie 4'l'21dl13llIlf' students. , D r- z- I I 0 I 4 . Sitting at the head table at the banquet were Father Maioriello, Father Meehan, Rear Admiral Frederivlt Warder. and Father Mvlntyre. Father Maioriello was the toast' muster. and Mlmiral Wander. the guest speak- er. With their liac-ks turned to the- camera. 'lnny South and Toni Miller are autngraphing memory luoolh. ' f-tiur lliimiiii-t. -pnitxnrwl lu' tliv Fuplinliinri- filth-. wa- truly a llll Nt! iiiviimrulili- ufiuir. 'llliv 1ll'1'1ll'llllUllN. l'lllt'Y'l3.llIlIlI4'Ill. xp'-4-1-live. -vrxiw ami fowl if-ft llllllllllgl tu ln- iii--ir'-il. :intl wrt:-il to iiiiprvx- 4-wn morn- il:-1-ply nun llin' ,uruflualingl invnilwr- thi- Nlllllllrllirlll' -piril of Nlilli 44, ,, W..- uv, Z X ,J I Y 2 , Ja yufh iff , N fx 3 k i, fy X, ,, 5 - I A l 'W .' f- b ?' .ii zf-X ri I 3- 'STV A X "x v" ' x Coakley 2, ..,. xy-'f 5, E K N M . ' af! 1 M Q 'J X:- Vl ' , tk Us v Q I 'L AW Kathleen Flynn and Frank 7 'wi TllI'Nl' !'0l1Irlt'P rr-fl:-vtefl tht lll'21lllj' of the evening -- .Knut llartritlgu- ancl -Frank jarquz-s Polly Paul and low- Hogan. Uv 1 11 9 x we f ' if . l Annette Hill anrl David llaillio. Q " . 1 N t, lt ix. .an 'ti The eamera caught Vinvent Corleto. Ri:-hard Mueller, ,lohnny Kingry and Duk Murray as they took time out for the pause that refreshes. Anne Stankus and Paul ' 1 Ragan Carol Pitt and Archer 1 5 Farmer 1. DQ Q T . elf' ,ff , .4 Dil, ,.,...... gt k D , S-A f' tu f , 1, X . :Hx Q . VA If ,l y.:ttf?ieaf-fef r :A 'IQ fi ' g-fa - ' ,l - .5 138 K X . .. I-, X 1 Wfrbw 9 0 0 I D011 Zum 111111 Sum- Harrf-H. , Bridget Caruana an Charles R0 S s A The lovely Kay O'Reilly, and her esvorl. Richard Rutyna, arv 4-rowned King: and Queen of the prnm, hy last year's queen Mary Anne Sherry and her escort Clay Gatewood. . ,QQ 4 V, LQ: V 1 4 V Z1 A-k ,Q-fififi rig, , H-,v..'fj , if 2 M .M , 4-:fr r 3: r R V A .rr. 2 Q- K-0 ,fr Q- -I f ' , 1, fT?4.i,M r ' Y'-7 E ' 1 57 ','h4"' 4 u N Y ,f'i Hohhy De-vkwr zmfl Joan Klucz, Q7 Iohn Began fllllflill prelude nt and Ru Whxte presniflrmtvlf-ct l'lI'f'-fldPd at the Honor Aswmbly Raw IN here congralulatlnv XI Cath who had the hnphut numher of aftnltv points ln the frewhman Www! Qophomore- 'Nhlw Wllkew recelwd hearty ron fI'3llllBtl0I'IS BQ he amepted has aftnltw pm from Ray 140 Bfldgl all the mpatm I lfrruma 'lIl1Z1NNfli the mo-t pomte 0 IIITIIOTG who ruenvd awards for partl n nn fXU"l4lll'l'I41llZ1f' HCIISIIIPQ 'nu X oh uuplvd from NI1lo Nleeki Qop 0 wr 111 1 Ill one of the mam 1ft-1 presen 6 I OH 4 I 1 I00 ...J -U 9 SJ VL Raw Wlutr- pre Lntui .111 aclxutv award to LIZ Tara who had drnercd thc hl hest number of 1 nt tntllc S4100 inn nor Q of ncarm g.,0Id ta '- 1 111.1l11t1111111 for IIIIII' four Ill I1 f-1 1 0 cars I N 5lld I lam 1 lllll urn ll 1 NIID 1 1 r 4 r I II1 xllll Ix1r1I11111er lx ROW I ll 1 R Il 1! If In r on om ll 1 111 a 4 Q 17 Iftinv A il 141 .I-r.I1-'z111a"' .' , .,1 I1- 111f 1- 1-In-s 1'-Qdv , - 1 .1 g' 3 5 1 d hin th- Ins! day rf s'I I. ' Ii 75 Q 1 Q . x, I ' 1 ,' , -' xx M J I Q g. . . 1 g I A Uri s 111 !I1e - ' ' PI I. Six -1 sc-1' 5 1-11l'11e-ml the- privilvg' " ' gl f sxels + Iy " 1- 4 g illl IHHNII' a1w11'ng1- V 'gg J 'I 0 I y" '. FII INT RUVIV: Il1'zu'Q- w'ar1Ie'r. .Iilry f 'I, J' - 'I'f'I1.l1lt. NIL 'Tr' II NIL 'jlllf'I'IIl' l'i1-1111-. , IDLE RUVV: lm11111e- Yirggili. 14111'1uIl l,111111i11g1I1z1l11. Huy firesswc-ll, B11 'I il il X1 111a1I1a111. I'II11i11r- Mill -1'. ix- 4 .1 H ' " . BNC: I H: 111'l'11 III'I'4!4W'f'II. UI " II' ' ' ' S . 'I' 1' I'riz'.'. I'I1'Iip Ifxivh. in ' I' rtri 1111-. 1 'At 4 ': A ' ., - R -- ' F 1 3 12 - -5 .4 g 1, 'sa ,Q ' .J '1 X qmry Q ,. 1 Q A I ' A g., ' I X 4 6, ' , x Q9 U V f Y 1 Q X . K. gf- . W1 V 5 I L ' l I ,I ., I - "' . J, . ' , 5- -i Lid- ,--ilk . ' V 21 ' , - v 5. ' , 4-1' A .. I '74 ' I' L A M "' H I ,Ai M H' M nr 1 - , ,, Aid, An unbeatablc team 1 that of EMIIIA and MAY CRESSIIPIL They came to us only tlns year yet they hate contrxhuted greatly to NCHS and haye become outstandlng. m many actnltles Both glrls are honor students and haye dramatu ab1l1ty Mia IIHNIIIL starred m the lltjesters The Rnal: and Way ll8Xlllf. dlrectmd surral produrttons thls year Nassar Collrgr auarded 'Slay a full tuxtlon seholar Q13 ll 'Nia non a tholal hug to Gout er College 704a2zaa4a I? H WHITE and BRIDCET CARUANA outstand n all round students were eleeted to be the next presldent and ure presldent of the Student Council Both Ray and Brld ft haxe sparked the drne for s lool pmt thx war and as Council members In prexmu w 1 they han proxen themselyes capable leaders X c rsatxlt athletes thus years were TOIH PRIZZI PAT VERQPRILLE and DON SUIIIVAN eaeh of who partlelpated ln three YHTSIIW sports Pat and Don earned the tltle of three letter men nlnle football and trark brought mono gram- to Tony The boys are not only natural athletes but also good sports men and hard workers 2 1 's , t. .. . ' ' ' ' , B 4 .4 .3 ,. 7 . ,- Y, W . A -- Q , .S I -, W . . . , ., lit I -f' ' . ' " . - .h'g. wh'l- li ' ' S' 's 'v 'h A Y , . Y . . , s - ig: - 5 ' .4 ' U. V '- . r- Y A f pm-1 Slut fs 4, 5 I " J ' , " 5 -.il-5. 1- 1 r 5 v . W . . 1x,,', '. . . 11 . ,- , , I- v. ' V 1 142 i?54 e fore of the Qtafl' 0 frufader '55 Q 'll 1Rf' JRFT NNE TIFF B-1RR4R1 literary edltor RUSE FIIFR layout editor and PFFFY BFLL typing edltor f0Sl'PHl'lf If IILMICE and FHARIES FOY are exemplary fade-ts ln the lull Mr Patrol Josephine was Selected ae outatandlng glrl cadet of Vlrgtnla, and fharlc-Q earned the fertthvate of Proficiency. 9' enabling hum to take pllot tralnlng ln the Air Force ' i mthout haung had the uiual two years of college lf 4' Both were chown to travel as Forelgn Exchange XS. Cadets thne summer, Josephme to Puerto Rlco, and Charles to London JUNFPH IUYFE edttorlnchtef and BFVFRIY N IRD lru me e :tor rf Tl aur 55 arf ready to a sume the fun and prolmlmmc of yearbook editing., A.. in I FW 143 Q as .J , N, c. 0 1 4 " 1 nf' fi", is I-F, ij, ,-131, - 'gzlff' L fxjgjt f l .-- ,fr nw- ? ,.Lx4fZ.3.:Z? . l 44:5- 1 -'Xu' rl r Q ff: ll if 1 a 3 :yy g I . r ., :wx-,4't.,5.r..l:f.V Th ' , . f I . i, . , , 9 ' V At Hl'DE.'llA.'V. and C.4R.WF.'l' UIAZ. assovlate X ' 4- ,... ' y J X -Rel' 4 I I 4 Q V ' . 1 -X' 4 YJ ' .A 1 l . . l -A - ' l , 4 , 4 ,J BI-IR. . s' ss d' 1 ff 15 l' '. ' I: U . L Y' I , , t B75 ' A ,'x ' 4 , ' Y s ' . FRANK MrLAUCHLI.'V and NICK KARSERAS are the pian- ists of the junior Class, as well as good students and athletes. For the second straight year both boys received first place ratings in two seetions of the National Piano Recording Contest. They also earned superior rating in the National Piano Auditions. and Nicky ran his own radio program for a week on WCAV. NCHS. T H E C L I M A Y IA. The judges of the one-act play contest chose as the best at-tor and actresses ,IOSEPHINE WALLACE, JIM C.f1I.LERAN. and .-13'Vg'V B.-ITTACLIA. Josephine has parti- cipated in every dramatic presentation of the school, and has served as president of the dramatic club this year. She is also famous for her talent as a songstress. ln addition to his dramatic ability Jimmy is also well known for his magic acts. Ann Battaglia, a freshman, was runner-up for the best actress award, indicating great potential talent to he used in her remaining years at 144 70440 7044 Representing Norfolk Catholic at the Old Dominion Boys' State this summer will be RAY WHITE, CHARLIE ROSS and DONALD SULLIVAN. The three boys are all outstanding students. athletes and leaders. Charlie. a new- comer to NCHS, has added to the school spirit in many ways. including playing basketball with the junior varsity. backing the student count-il and class projects. and was elected to he the president of the newly organized Ki Club. of which all three boys are charter members. 7754 CARMEN DIAZ. DORIS SAMPSON. and BRIDGET CARI ,N'.f INA were chosen to attend the Old Dominion Girls' State this summer. An A student, Carmen will be an assoviate literary editor of next year's CRUSADER. The girls' basketball varsity has kept Doris busy. while Bridget has been an active mem- ber of the Student Council. N in 4,4 in f Nr R Xl ff' N M7 " x Si., X4 X r. Two winners in the oratorival vontf-st, "l Speak for llc-rnovrat-y'," were ROSE ELL1-TR and E.'llll.l.-I f,'RHS.9W'l'fI.l,. Rose, who is a fourth Candidate for girls' state from NCHS, won the first plat-e award in the vity, while Mia earned first plave in the school contest. 145 LARRY R HIVFS and JOSEPH JOYCE wrote prize winning essays in seweral national rontests this year larry wrote in conner tion with National Fire Prevention Week and received a gold watch for his work "The Amernan Merchant Nlarines Lifeline of Industry was Josephs topic He was awarded a 525 bond as school prize Select membere of the Glte flub under the dlreftlon of Father Gabriel Nlatornello Qang Rene Beckers Maw of St Fellx de Yalolq 'Ura Marguerite Murphy accompamcd at the organ Father Tll0m8Q Summeri another for mer faculty member Qang the Mass Father Meehan uae preeent ln tle Qanctuary III: I I .gp -11 L ll :Q I' I 'gm SIE! 35:51, U' F i L r ..,.-.,,, x,',,,, S VA X itll lather Walter Herbert former faculty member of NQHS de lnerecl the Baccalaureate Ser mon He urged the graduates to develop a consuousness of God love for each of them and a trust IH H15 merry so that they will be able to carry out the taak Cod has so esldcntly placed on thelr shoulders the salyatxon of thexr world 4 l 'Ci 'X ' uv . .. -,,?. 14. ' ' ,4,, -.J' is iff like-7 L Ln .AL -li eww cu! Breakfast at Burroughs followed the Mas Thu Father John and the lNLHS -Xuvllarw fo' 147 'A The fxrst of the fmal steps was mer as the graduates left the ii .3 church to rerexve the congratula tions of family and frlencls ls an annual treat gnen to the graduates by ,,-W , 1.1 .nd , ,g-Q I " - Q " ' sz-, s- .1 " - f '-. " - Y ., J" , A. 4 . a V I ., .Y f U "- -"', '4"'.,-. . r 94 " ,-,. '-- ' 'F ' - I 5 Al A ' l',""'-- "" -r,:q-' J ' 5 A' 'il -P' ' ' I - , , ,ffl 4...a-.- i - - N. 'UA 4- .., -N-,, .'b - 'v I Q J - , 14' , f .t ' w 4 - . A f- 'f I x. , ,.' V , CSA 'X . ', Y 1 - - . A . . , -e l ,' f 1 11 1g'3 ' ' " 'l Q , X 9.3, ' '1,f'e?f , 1 f 'le A Q .. , , M Aug , 1 I, ,F M. e ., i I ffl . 0 . F T, . lt L 'f f X . y ty X - ., K Qu Le, , . - 111- E 1 . X . l-Q . af I l ... 94 X 'R3S:5"'f'5 KITTXKAAA ,Su 1 Exvitenient and tension seemed to elec- lrify the air as the graduates made ready to enter into the graduation ceremony. All was ready-it was just a matter of time. 74e'x Suddenly the first chords of "l'omp and Circumstancew were heard. Graduation had begun-this was not just practice but the real thing. Words became louder than the music-it's just about over! Z 1 l E 4 l 1' . f 1 l i , rl I f ' .. I l E . 1 F .K il 1 Q 1 l 1 gil i S V X ,Q .S 5 . ,Y ,S 1. ' I AV . 3 Vi i Z . n l' i . l i i l 1 . H Iii vi li F !l'f "So Nulvzl fm' lu-r lowly mil-rx ilu-e-pliinv Wallace Sang lvc-ig's Suiiggu lay Urivg during tlw griuluaitinni f'Xf'l'f'lNl'?-. linlwrt llll'lif'Y'r0H. rlziss salutatorian. intro- duff-il ilu- tlwmf- of llir- Nluriaii Ye-ar in his zulilrr-X---"Nlary. llrnpe- of Ilia- World." Klruf 1- ,Xiniv Wlarilvifs lionor awr- ugi- e-ntillo-il he-r tu lw xalvdir- tririan uf the- ila-s of .5-1. lltfr iulslre-N5 'Wliify unfl thc- Nlodrrn w'4lIIliill.. will re-main indr-lilnlv in the- minils of he-r vlassniatvs and frivndf. Nvrsatilr- -Xnnv Partrirlgn- gan- a tlirilling rvmlitifm of llrovosfs "lnlc'rmezz0." gf' ' E 1 A .I -ai 1 i Y, 2 A 4 A: X V. K . fill T , ,A ' si U ' l Y M 1 l A 1 I 1 , ll - X Filth:-r john J. Bannon. a fornn-r fa:-ulty me-mhvr of Catholir' High, amlrirf-sm-ei nhf- SUll1if'I1IS whom he km-xx so we-ll as fl'f'SIlIlll'll. He- vwlmrtml thvm to nw:-I Ihv uutsizle- xsorlml hrawfly. faithful In the' traditions thvy had lvarnvd at Catholic' High. w,.w... ,.,,., ,W " M'w-- MM, lie-m-flivliorl. giwn by lfuthc r W alt: r He rhf It u lx 4 N ure rm of gjacllmtxorl W 1th thl lrlf-ssirlgl. thc' gl rzul uutf-s 5 4... Many months of tireless efforts have been put into the preparatzon of the Crusader 1954. Now upon completion of this annual I want to thank with sincere gratitude those whose generous cooperation has helped us reach our goal. As editor of the Crusader 1954, I am especially indebted: to Sister Mary Lawrence and Sister Marie Marguerite, our self-sacrificing and devoted moderators, to parents and friends for their gracious encouragement and aid, to our advertisers, sponsors, and patrons for their financial backing necessary to assemble such a book, to the entire student body for their willingness to expend as much aid as necessary toward this annual,s completion, to our resourceful photographer, Mr. W ill, and our student photographer, Tommy Shishman, 1 ANI, klf to all benefactors and well-wishers, who in one way I or another have helped us complete our work, and OUP last but not least, to the members of the stag, who with their initiative, talents, and hours spent in the Ylmml I yearbook room, have worked with me in completing - the annual. T It is my earnest desire thot our edition of the Crusader fulfills the desires and ideals of the Senior class. Elizabeth Anne Partridge 152 if t f EW' SG V I COMPLIMENTS OF OVERTON S SUPER MARKET Norfolk Po 'ts uth So th Norfolk A FRIEND Ph e 49228 SHAW JEWELRY C0 DAVID JANOW Mc: oge 257 Gr by St eet 10 Vo 35111 SPECIAL gums EHIEURY THE MUSICENTER 123 College Plc: e Ph e 53492 217 M St ee? Ph es 21658 9 COMPLIMENTS OF W T BYRNS Ele t l Co Tractors Domest Com erc ol Indus! l Deole C osl y Appl an es 7 on . , r mo , u , n r on r Norfolk , I . . I . . c- on clin r - on - 0 ' ' Norfolk, Virginia . - - 0 ' 9 In . . cricc n ic m i rio rin r e i c - In appreciation of all that we seniors have received during our years at Norfolk Catholic High THE ART HOBBY SHOP COMPLIMENTS OF Y QY d JOE PACINI Atl COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF L SYN DER S SHOE DEPARTMENT Christ The King Holy Name Society Ch SCHOE S BARBECUE BROCK S DRIVE IN a c nu.. LEGU UYLC. Ever thin ou need in art materials an hobbies If we don't have it - We can g 1 't 2011 antic Ave. Virginia Beach, Va. Phone 2467 I 'l5'l urch ST. I I - A 42nd olley Once you fry- You'll always Buy Where school friends meet 1 1 the 1954 Graduates Compliments to SXXXB WS VS 'NNN NYXQXBX- QMS YXXQXQGYQBYXXY- ekoooe o wo ctoooee oe a axo ecovo xnxx 'ooe Qootoga ooe xo woo x e R Qoe ea 9 x oo okkxcm oooxo :woe Qoe qoaoq ovoev eqoo do e Va ll 1. Ofh cm! Phofagmph 51' Zwfw swap S david Qi:-'IW Wdma QW Ko sq v ocoqoeo io 'X cg' as qv" " Q, Cxov "o' Qvifi ox v X occa-ix ' ortrait t 0 u . lo In Purchasing or Selling Your Home Select The Agent That Offers Reputation Service Rellabuluty Confndence GOODMAN SEGAR HOGAN INC Residential Sales Corporatlon 4139 Granby Street DE PAUL HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING Accreduted by The Ncltronal Accredrtlng Service an The Vurguma State Board of Nurse Examrners OFFERS YOU a CAREER with CI FUTURE For Information and applucatuon blanks wrate Director School of Nursung De Paul Hospital Norfolk 5 Vurgmno ROBERT LARMORE FLORIST FRANK R FORD Phone 48024 Nights 43514 Specuol Discounts to Students JEWELERS and 5'lVER5M'TH5 5427 Cottage Toll Road Norfolk 9 Vnrgmnc 229 Granby Sweet 1 1 O a I , I r 1 0 1 PHIL'S AMOCO SERVICE BARR BROTHERS Gas, Oil, Greosing, Washing 8. Battery Service "FRIENDLY JEWELERS" th ST. and Shore Drive Phone 89945 227 Granby St. 449 Granby St COMPLIMENTS or VENICE ITALIAN D L GARCIA AIRCONDITIONING REFRIGERATION HEATING 40529 BAKER S GEORGEW COX P P CONGRATULATIONS FROM Cft SftD Norfolk, Virgi ' Phone I . , ro . 8423 Cottage Toll Road ABC 'II27 BIRTCHERD DAIRY on ec ioneries- o rinks-Sandwiches Compliments of ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL HHISS 8 BROUIHLGY IHC WHEN BUILDING OR BUYING A HOME be sure it IS adequately wired' h MODERN HOMES f VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY d 6 is O99 J O O O h 3- Q v s n 1 0 ul The increased use of all types of electrical appliances int e . . ' o to ay requires much better wiring than f the homes of yesterday. E, .f. nltfxri Q Discuss this with your khfii- ' ' architect andfcr builder! . J J GARA Compliments of FATHER KEALEY COUNCIL 3548 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS LARCHMONT PHARMACY THE REXALL STORE 81 C II GEORGE C CONRAD MASONRY CONTRACTOR K h 47822 CHESAPEAKE HARDWARE CO Ch N flk A W SEELEY 8. SON FLORISTS 191oc II yA 81 H d Ph 2 62 h PRESTIGE f f h GIFT 0 0 Compliments of 52 d y A Compliments of 415 arlin A P e v N f Ik V A civy Market Ph 41748 Nights oli oy 08 Compliments of Where? 6 become h I 8412 esapeoke St, V. 9. . CONGRATULATIONS SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION ST MARY S ACADEMY MONSANTO CHEMICAL COMPANY 9C1g VIRGINIA FIXTURES MANUFACTURERS 81 DISTRIBUTORS OF SUPPLIES FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT FOR EVERY TYPE OF BUSINESS OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT AT I. SNYDER S mmm' hs' E H LAWRENCE MOTORS N FINE CARS USED 8. NEW I8 8-G h 27096 C pl' I f 642 TIIR d N flk V'g" 7 DOLLAR S-T-R-E-T-C-H-I-N-G 1 - urc . Norfolk, Vo. O O ' h byS. Pon Oxgcp' "Flowers For All Occasions" O Go 5'DNEY 5 WALTER u wAl.sH W t FLORIST C I Ph 5 15 LCUIS LEGUM FURNITURE COMPANY 813 E Llberty Street 322 Church Street 825 Hugh Street FURNITURE FAIR rf k REISNER S To the wonderful seniors FINEST IN FOODS A 537W 35hS Ph 2 5 7 119 es Freemason Str 1907 ' I A 64 Compliments of M'I' ry Highway 81 Old Little Creek Rd. N I V . Compliments of l est t t. 612 EDWARDS COUNCILOR CO INC SANITARY CHEMICALS JANITOR SUPPLIES 121 COLLEY AVENUE NORFOLK 7 VIRGINIA DEGEN GUEST HOUSE RAMSEY S PHARMACY 404 I7 h S PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST APARTMENTS d ROOMS E CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 54 OLD DOMINION PAPER COMPANY BERSQN 5 44h8.CIIyA - K of o 1 A - Virginia B h M k h an h HI 4710 P' A R d Y ' me We Ph 63-2811 N fuk v ' 'g h B h." Compliments of , N f Ik V U N f Ik Portsmouth V' g' ' B h M E STERN STORE RESTAURANT AND INSTITUTIONAL FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT f 5 M BLESSED VIRGIN MARY C I f SODALITY P JUNIOR I ROOM I0 CHRIST THE KING CHURCH PHONE 55158 C 81 C PLASTERING COMPANY Ornamental and Stucco 3512 ELMORE PLACE Nonrouc VIRGINIA CompIimen1s of O O C. V. HILL D' 'b R 'g S d F ' O0 k S N f Ik V . KRISP PAK COMPANY INC Prepclckers of Fresh Green Vegetables Compliments of BALASCO S RESTAURANT SEA Eooo CHICKEN and srEAIcs ESTABLISHED 1847 D P PAUL COMPANY Our SpecIalfy JEWELERS Aur Conclmoned TELEPHONE 24623 3204 E PrIncess Anne Rd 231 235 Granby St Norfolk 10 VIYQIHIG ComplImen1s of WOMEN S AND MEN S ORGANIZATIONS STAR OF THE SEA CHURCH VIrgInIa Beach VIrgInIa WE NEVER CIosE ECONOMY CIOLA'S OPEN AIR MARKET ITALIAN AMERICAN VIrgInIa Beach Blvd Route 58 Corner Cottage Toll BANQUET ROOM AVAILABLE and Sewells Pomt Road UP TO 125 PERSONS WE NEVER CLOSE Open 24 Hours a Day l 7 7 of 55 EE 1021's x L 1 'S-.. -Q54 V71 J- 'Quit ,ki Q if Ko.: If 1' f 1 " gigquit' if BLESSED SACRAMENT SCHOOL OFFERS deep and obldlng felncltohons to the Faculty and Students of NORFOLK CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL - ' . ,. .' ' x ' 1 , ' V W . .' ' ' 1.1 gig.: lv - ' ' iv , N , I' , , ., ' ki, ' -1 fx i.: ,ly . M F: M.. , 14 0 V. 1."'. 1' .,.f .'. , 0. ' A ' .Ig f - - .K ' Y - ' F Q, . f Q 1-if , 7 , . , A ,, , " ' X. , ' '24 1' V f' ' - 4' 9411 ' .' L ' . - ' -,, 3' ff' - ' ' . f . 1 C X ' 4 . - ,. ' I A 1 I . 1 1 I f . , L A K, . rr p I . 4 X ' L - -.. .1 'ff - f: - . - 1: n ffgm -N ' I T, ,pf H , M I ' ' ' . " ' , .tg ,,- . -, f N 1- ' ' . , - 1' . - - - . -, f' . ' 1' 'V ' ' I ' , , I YV -is-Vanta . ' 'WMA A ' ,f,:,44 ,, ' H yur.. F ' 65' af H 'H s ' X , 1 5 .G 5 . ' S " H' 'I 1 . H C F, n r , I. .. Q- in ,, , , ..,..,.. ...I A - - . ' - - " L --W ,.m.,.Q , L ,Q ' ' " ' - L- 7 N X J. 5 "-'H -4, 'A ' - f "W N ...M '-Y Congratulations to the Seniors! 'ray or 5 COMPLIMENTS COATES MOTOR COMPANY INC AND Coates ESSO Servlcecenter PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 'II5 College Place 205 West York St VIRGINIA BEACH Compliments of COFER S INC CARPETS JOHN COPELAND INTERIOR DECORATIONS GIFTS QUALITY AUTOMOBILES Granby at 36th Street Live Better m the PONTIAC CHIEF LONG TERMS I I5L:..- LII Q -XT Focotrtco omydp Uflll' IbIP Eastern Trailer Sales LOW PAYMENTS b OF 9 I O O rw.. .sr ' -" . A . mv. gr . ff, iii , 2. 's f.-,, a i S EDA ' TUE' ,g pig , V Y i-0 lim. is A- . i 5 W 5,0 BANK RATES :bca I f 4 'nt r m o , nvenience and econ , ro in and see the eautiful and iva e ontioc Chief. 5 Models, 18 floor plans. lIIustra.,J 1.....- e on request. I wjjffyf W Y H D Oliver Funeral Apartments 1501 Colonial Avenue al 1. 'nxt ij I C K . W V ' I . f ' -gf W I 1 , .J L if 5 i f If-1'1" K Q A FRIEND Comiliments of RED TOP CABS, INC. h 44546 HOFLER S GULF SERVICE THE SPOT CLOTHING STORE 427 G by S DAVID GLADSTONE yh t Ily Gy dD CITY PARK CONFECTIONARY C mpluments of MOTORAMP COLLEGE PLACE COMMERCIAL GARAGES COMPLIMENTS OF TOODIE AND HERB FENTRESS cpl fh PRIEST OF OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHAPEL U S NAVAL STATION Pam PHONE 89942 M B BALLANCE GULF SERVICE CENTER NfIkV O V COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 9323 Granby and Maple Avenue FLORENCE DRUG CORPORATION AMES 84 WEBB INC PREscRlPT1oN DRUGGISTS PHONE 80571 PHONE 81726 195 W Ocean View Avenue LAVLf,f,,fffQfjRQ2QORS VENUS BEAUTY SALON PO Box 4053 Broqd Creek Vlllege Sgemen ALWAYS SCHOOLED IN LATEST HAIR STYLES Norfolk 2 Phone 22667 FINEST MATERIALS ALL WORK GUARANTEED OPEN Monday Thursday and Frnday Evennngs NEW OWNERS Marne Hobbs Esther Waters Emlly Poe 3521 Colley Ave Norfolk Vurgunua Compliments of L. T ZOBY AND SONS O , Va. - , ' I O 0 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54 AND TO THE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS STAFF OF THE CRUSADER John Joseph Boecher Froncls S Thompson Norfolk Vlrglnlo GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 54 W V E C T V Chonnel'l5 X ii ll O I 0 0 I I l , 3 1.4 I . I mfg E' P Through Her we may see Him Made sweeter not made dim And Her hand leaves His light Sitted to sunt our sight G M HOPKINS Compliments of U ADDENBROOK S SONS N CONCRETE CONTRACTORS BURIAL VAULTS BEST OF LUCK COMPLIMENTS OF CHICK CICCONE AND HIS ENTERTAINING ORCHESTRA NORFOLK 89549 Compliments of the CARLYLE RESTAURANT 2700 Hampton Blvd I0'I2 W. 24th St. Phone 23765 Between Killam Ave. 81 Hampton Blvd. ZOBY'S BODY 8. FENDER WORKS Auto Painting 8g Welding AII Work Guaranteed Joe T. Zoby Norfolk, Va. Compliments of E. SPERTNER CO. Diamonds Jewelry Watches Silverware DU PONT f 24641 NORFOLK PAINT COMPANY O A T g 5 pp DULUX PAINTS VARNISHES ENAMEL5 WM L SHEPHEARD 8, CO E RAY HOWELL SULLIVAN S OPTICIAN Y ' WBTSI il-ll9 G b 1399 t NORFOLK COUNCIL NO 367 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS h and Colonial Ave. Phone Compllmenls of DUC u omotive Refinishin u lies P ' T Headquarters in Norfolk Norfolk, Virginia ' Compliments of I Men's 8. Bo s' Clo hing 222 . ue ree' Open Every Nite i P.M. ran y a l'i S. O PHONES 41919 55866 JAYEN COMPANY MANUFACTURERS or VENETIAN BLINDS A h It TI 2722 c u y A Ik THE H C YOUNG PRESS INC 61618 Ch h S 41870 COMPLIMENTS THE HARMON HOUSE FURNITURE STYLISTS 190 Cl h 50547 TIMES SQUARE OF THE SOUTH HOFHEIMER S SHOE STORE 32 G by Sf SOUTHERN SANITARY COMPANY, INC "EVERYTHING IN THE SANITARY LINE" Isp o ie Plastic Tile Floor Coverings Rubber Tile o e ve. Norfo 8, Virginia C. J. Blechorczyk W. E. Dormon 9 ooniol Ave. P one . . , . 161 - urc Treet Phone Norfolk, Virginic Compliments of , ii 5 ron . 77 BROWN'S MARKET 9309 Granby Street Norfolk Vlrgmla COMPLIMENTS OF RAINBOW RESTAURANT COTTAGE TOLL 8- SEWELLS POINT RD PHONE 89032 Complnments of JUNIOR HOMEROOM II Rlchard Allen Richard Barry Gay Battaglua Le Roy Bnnkley Richard Burke Danny Coogan Peggy Davns Kathleen Flynn Charles Fox Ward Hardman .lr Sue Harrell Bull Harrlson Patsy Heneghan Joe Hogan Anne Hood Nnck Karseras Frank McLaughl1n Edward McCormlck Martha O Really Phyllis Pnrrone Richard Rutyna Edmund Salyer Carol Seidel Marla Stankus Louis Swoope THOMAS E COALE LUMBER COMPANY OF VIRGINIA INC Hardwoods Short Leaf Yellow Pune White Pune Douglas Fur Plywood 4006 Klllam Ave Kraft Paper Shlp s Lumber Dunnage Gram Futtmgs Hatch Covers Norfolk Vlrgmla Margaret Anne Tice Marilyn Van Ells Marcella Welch WHERE ARTISTRY IS A TRADITION 3907 I5 Granby St Phone 46429 Mary Burke Kay O'Reilly f A FRIEND HOLLOMCN BROWN FUNERAL Home Complimenis o SPORTSMAN S SHOP 130 W PLUME ST NORFOLK VIRGINIA C LAW 81 SON PHONE 50439 35 5 C II LAKEHURST STAMP CO 7 c It g T II R BLESSED VIRGIN SODALITY SAINT MARYS CHURCH LAUNDRY SUBURBAN CLEANERS ES Compliments of Catholic Chaplains OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHAPEL HIIUNB H J POLLOCK fuel oil 38823 6 CO ED BEAUTY SHOP ivv MONTRENES 41oH pt and NfIkV , J. . Specializing In hardwood floors floor finishes - venetian blinds , 1 o ey Ave. Norfolk, V Compliments of of 542 o a e o oad Norfolk, Virginia Compliments of ' of - Frazier a , S Norfolk 11, Virginia Cleaning - Pressing - Water Repellent 161 . ewells Point Rd. am on v. oro , a Comphme,-,gs of Congrotulotlons EXCLUSIVE UNIFORM SHOP 709 Boush SI To The Groduahon Class RICE S fashion corner Downtown and Words Corner PHONE 54503 AUTOMOBILE STORAGE KELLY'S SUPER SERVICE 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE JR KELLENBERGER 'IOOI 21 GRANBY STREET COMPLIMENTS OF RIVER TERRACE TAVERN Norfolks Fmest Tovern Foo? of the Granby Street Bridge COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF BLESSED VIRGIN MARY w G swAR1z co SODA,-,TY HOLY TRINITY I . ll ll ll ll ll I ' Il 0 0 n 1 SUBURBAN MOTORS INC For the Best Buys un Quality S New and Used Automobules Vnsnt 25TH ST PHONE 1010 WARDS CORNERS OLDEST NEW 81 USED VIRGINIA BEACH VIRGINIA CAR DEALER 'I65 E Sewells Pomt Road At Fabulous Words Corner Come friends Tas no too late to seelc a nefver Norld P w oft and ttng well IU order sn e The sounding furrow for my pun ose holds To sail In yond he sunset and the baths O all the western stars untul I de lt may he that the gults will wash us down lt may be we shall touch the Happy Isles Though much IS taken much abudes and though Wfe ar not nor that tr ngth whmch IO old ays Moved earth ond heafen that which we are we are One ec ual temper of herolc hearts Made weak by time and late but strong un wall To strife to seek to fund and not to yneld Alfred Lo cl Ten yson Compluments of Compliments of BLANCHARDS OIL CO F K CARI-QN 3, C01 INC mth 8' EGSI Ocean V'eW Ave Manne and Industrual Supplles Norfolk VC' Phones 8856l 8' 88052 31 37 Commercial Place Norfolk Va . ll ' ' , . . . , I l ll , I I mY I f I I I' I I . usl ', s. tl ' A wit . I D ' e t , t , ' i . 2 , And see the great Achilles, Whom we knew. ' I , A 2 e I. s e ' ' d - s ' I 2 ' , 2 5 ' , A H , . . . . . ,, I Y T1 I . I I D O 1 - ' ' I COMPLIMENTS OF PRINCESS ANNE ROAD MARKET COMPLIMENTS J. C. LAW 8: SON FLOORS KAY JEWELRY CO INC I 144 E f PHONE 80471 COMPLIMENTS TODD ELECTRIC COMPANY COMPLIMENTS BUILDING MATERIALS CORPORATION TIDEWATER WILLYS MOTOR CORP 2610 GRANBY ST 26TH 81 MONTICELLO PHONE 29569 8. 51671 BULLARD ROOFING CO 193 NEW 8: REPAIR WORK gl t I B D I 8 8959 767 M SMITH OPTICAL COMPANY GUILD OPTICIANS ., . Expert Wa ch 8m Jewelry Repair . Sewells Point Rd. Nor olk 5, Va. OF "Serving Norfolk Since 1" Residential - Industrial Shin e - Tile - Sla e - Tin Roofs Gut ering - Quick Repair Service I , 517 oush Street Norf lk V IC - arvm Av . F E POWELL E V POWELL A C NEATHERY Pres 8. Treas Asst Vlce Pres Vice Pres Compl ments of the , , AMERICAN I H SHEET METAL CORP Mary IS the Key whlch Roofrng and Sheet Metal Contractors W3 C0"eY A e Phone 49203 unlocks the Dlvlne Treasury CCNGRATULATIONS ! GX, ln U B x NY, Q - - . . . . In . ,. ' I 5 ' v A- 2. E y. ., . It N 1 L 5 A . O I V. O O J. S. BELL JR. 8. CO., INC. WALTON'S RELIGIOUS SUPPLY Bibles, Prayer Books, Missals, Medals Statues, Rosaries, Clergy Cloaks 8: Vestments 928 EAST 26TH STREET Norfolk 4, Virginia Telephone 4-3162 "Service With A Christian Spirit" COMPLIMENTS OF L B ROCKE JEWELERS G by St A FRIEND R COMPLIMENTS A BURROUGHS 8: C0 INC 5 F OI RANK THOMAS CO INC MEN S WEAR G by St BISESE 8. CONSOLE INC I O ' 243 ran reet , , ,I , Compliments of I u Compliments of I' O ran . Norfolk, Virginia MUTUAL OF OMAHA fMutuaI Benefit Health and Accident Associationl Full Coverage Hospitalization SICK 81 ACCIDENT J. E. WATSON AGENCY Suite 3OI-3I2 New Monroe Bldg. Norfolk, Va. COMPLIMENTS or WILLIAM A GRUBB CO INC COMPLIMENTS OF E. CALIGARI 8. SON FRANK D TARRALL JR AND ASSOCIATES SURVEYORS d ENGINEERS COMPLIMENTS SAINT MARY S ACADEMY MASTER AUTO SERVICE TRAILS END Asc LICENSE 3081 T B P ARSON fWII g DISTRIBUTORS U S ROYAL 21 I 1 C I I PHONE 89926 I I, I OF 1 an General Store 8. Restaurant ' W, ,I illj E End o i ou hby s a oonia There's ca one and only In refresh ment, too 'N ieaww COMPLIMENTS OF Th f 54 STANLEY MUNDY COMPLIMENTS OF 8. COMPANY Vg B h R H Bruns, Jr Y! ,U O 1-L TP: !l ', .-ali' 11'- I . Z X , I X ' Y Z! - ,M f" 7 n - g , . f f u J lOTTl.ED UNDER AUTHORITY O - ANY C g I ' T Cl 0 o Q . . . V. 9. . BAY DRUG STORE Snug Harbor Shopping Center Prescriptions Cosmetics Hospital Supplies Delivery Phone 85495 81 89012 coMpuMeNrs or SUBURBAN and BOULEVARD Theatres COMPLIMENTS or DECKER S AMOCO SERVICE Compliments of THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA COMPANY A T ZOBY GAS HEATING CONTRACTOR 6 K ll h 30642 PRIMM S BEAUTY SHOP E s Pt h 83927 CENTER SUPER SERVICE GULF on Pnooucrs D I 22406 at 59186 by a 21 N YT lk v NOLDE S American Maid Bread and Cakes 25 h 8. H pt h 27041 7 I Q , 410 i om Ave P one 401 . ewells . Rd. P one L. O. 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