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Page 6 text:
Rev. R. J. Osterhage
Page 5 text:
We, the Class of 1938, as a token of apprecia-
tion for the unlimited interest you have manifested in
all our activities, wish to repay you, Father Oster-
hage, to some extent for your untiring efforts.
We feel that We can offer you no greater tribute
than by dedicating to you this Tenth Volume of the
ln departing, We wish to impress upon you the
fact that we have felt singularly honored in having
had you as our priest, principal, teacher, and friend.
We sincerely hope that the Class of l938 will dem-
onstrate to the world those principles which you en-
deavored to inculcate. Thus imbued with lofty ideals
we go forth from the portals of our Alma Mater.
May your noble ideals continue to be a source of
inspiration to us and to the students of St. Wendelin
for years to come!
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Rev C A Ruess
Rev. A. A. Weber
As the days of graduation are slowly looming up in
the distance, there arises in the hearts of the Class of '38
a tinge of gladness and sadness. Gladness, dear Father,
because all the days of our youth which we spent in
your vicinity, were the most joyful of our lives. Your ex-
emplary life and spiritual guidance kept us in a state ever
pleasing to God. Yet, why are We sad? Because We are all
on the threshold of a future which will take us away from
these saintly surroundings.
Finally, dear Father Weber, We, the Senior Class of
St. Wendelin High School, as a last tribute, Wish you
many more happy days in the priesthood and may the
blessing of God prolong your life that many more gradu-
ates of your high school will benefit from your Christ-like
Reverend Charles Fluess, assistant pastor of St. Wen-
delin and also a member of the high school faculty, has
acquired the esteem and respect of the high school stu-
ln addition to his priestly duties he teaches religion
to the freshmen. When not engaged at the high school, he
may generally be found in the grade school saturating
the minds of the children with Christ-like principles.
He has reorganized a Young Ladies Sodality in the
parish and is laboring energetically to further this project.
As the school year comes to a close, We sincerely
express our gratitude for the many favors We have re-
ceived from you, Father Fiuess, and the kind interest you
have shown towards the school. May God bless and love
you is the sincere wish of the Class of '38.
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