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The call for social reform has long run throughout the world.

From the lips of Mary herself has come the plea for aid . •

Having reached the point in our lives when the future of the world is about to be placed in our hands, we the class of "48" prepare to. answer th.e call. . •

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nurtured in every aspect of spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social life that Catholic high school can offer. We are now ready! Mary calls; we shall answer!

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We, the senior class of 1948, wish to dedicate our yearbook to you in honor of your fifty loyal years as a Brother in the Society of Mary, commemorating likewise your sixteen years of Marian service at Chaminade High School. Your years of teaching have been filled with devotion and friendliness, and your pleasant smile is a vital part of our school life. We, therefore, join with the countless students you have tutored in the past in offering you our sincere congratulations and best wishes in this, your jubilee year!

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"The minds of men must be illuminated along with the sure light of Catholic teaching, and their wills must be drawn to follow and apply it as the . norm of right living in the conscientious fulfillment of their manifold social duties." Pius XI


Bro . Joseph BueHner, S.M. Dean of Boys General Science ~tudent Building C .. mmillee, Advisor

Rev. Francis Ge~ber, S.M. Chaplain English Latin American History Knights of the Altar

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"Perfect schools are the result not so much of good methods as of good teachers, teachers who are thoroughly prepared and well-grounded in the matter they have to teach; .. . who cherish a pure and holy love for the youths confided to them, "because they love Jesus Christ and His Church." Pius XI

Mr. George Early Civics Student Placement

Bro. Joseph Janning, S.M. English Solid Geometry. Dramatics Public Speaking Chairman Dean of Seniors Rev. Eugene carlen, S .M. English Religion Projector Club Marianist Drive

Rev. Aloysius Seitz, S.M. Religion Latin Student Council Advisor


Mr. Gerard Fausl Mechanical Drawi';-g Football Coach

Bro. Bernard Treasurer

Bro. Andrew Schratz, S.M. Typing

* Bro. Anthony Bishop, S.M. Physics Algebra

Bro. Ramon Pedraja, S.M. Spanish

"It must never be 路 f9rgoUen that the subject of

Christian education is man whole and entire, soul united to body in unity of nature, with aU his faculties natural and supernatural, such as right reason and Revelation show him to be; . .." Pius XI

Bro. Robert Springman, S.M. Algebra General Math Business Math Band Director

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Bro . Stephen Sheehy, S.M. Bookkeeping Athletic Dire ctor

"Christian education takes In the whole aggregate of human life, physical and spiritual, intellectual and moral, individual, domestic and social, not with a view of reducing it in any way, but in order to elevate, regulate and perfect it, in accordance with the teaching and example of Christ." Pius XI

Bro. Fred Malhues, S.M . Religion English The Ea gle , Faculty Advisor. Y.C.S. Moderator

Bro . Bernard Diethorn, S.M. English World History American History Bookstore

Bro. William Schmill, S.M. Chemi stry Algebra

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Mr. Roland Myers American History Varsity Basketball Coach Reserve Football Coach


Bro. Louis Hellich, S.M. Plane Geometry German

Bro . Henry Honnert, S.M. Dean of Boys Algebra Basic Math Paper Drive Math Club, Advisor

Bro. George McKenzie, S.M. Religion Latin Cheerleaders Bowling

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Rev. John Dickson, S.M Religion English P.T.A. Retreats Dean of Sophomores Y.C.S. Moderator

Bro. George Ruppel, Economics

World History Chaminade News

"The true Christian, product of Christian education, is the supernatural man who thinks, judges and acts constantly and consistently in accordance with right reason illumined by the supernatural light of the example and teaching of Christ." Pius XI

Bro. 'N orbert Sturm, S.M. English Economic Geography German

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Bro. Paul Landolfi. S.M . English Latin

Bro . Michael MaaJder. S.M. Religion Latin English Booster Club. Advisor

"Nothing discloses to us the supernatural beauty and excellence of the work of Christian education better than the sublime expression of love of our Blessed Lord, identifying Himself with children, 'Whosoever shall receive one such child as this in my name, receiveth me路... Pius XI Bro. Joseph Concannon. S.M. Dean of Freshmen Biology Algebra Freshman Basketball

Bra. William Cole. S.M. English Religion Latin Mr. Edward Spang Business Math Algebra Coach. Varsity Football Coach. Frosh Basketball

Bro. William Anderson. S.M. Religion English World History Y.C .S. Moderator

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We have reached our goal. Behind us we leave four years of study, work, and careful guidance. Before us looms a troubled world, crying desperately for capable leaders. With gallant determination we go forth to answer the call, hoping that our years of training at 路 Chaminade will be reflected in a prosperous and peaceful future.

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"When our country is in danger, everything not strictly neces-

sary, everything not bearing directly on the urgent matter of unified defense, takes second place. So we must act in today's

crisis."

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The cnSIS we are expenencing IS unIque In history. It IS a

world which must burst out of a crucible in which so many different energies are working. Lei us Ihank God Ihal He makes us live

among Ihe presenl problems . .. it is no longer permitted to anyone to be mediocre. All men have the imperative duty to remember that they have a mission to fulfill, that of doing the impossible." Pius XI


President - Shearl Roberts Vice-President - John Buchholz Treasurer - Lee Falke Secretary - James Leibold Alternate - William Murphy

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Three Seniors, James Leibold, Ronald Hoke, and James Tieman, top their class with scholastic honors. They have maintained a ninety average for every sixweeks' Eeriod during their four years as students of Chaminade. Congratulations to them!

SEATED - James Leibold and James Tieman . STANDING - Ronald Hoke.

TOP ROW - W. Hallerman, M . HoeHler, F. Caldwell, W . Behringer, J. Leibold, R. Seiffert, S. Roberts, D. Schweller, C. Branl. BOTTOM ROW - R. Hoke, T. Hamplon, T. Seuffert, J. Willman, W . Heberle, C. Zimmer, E. Jauch, J . Tieman, W . HUlh. MISSING - J . Zengel.


Cafe teria I, 2, 3, 4 Bowling I, 2 Prom Committ ee 3

AuJderheide, Maurice Band I, 2, 3, 4 Booster Club I, 2 Perfect Attendance 2 Sound Engineer 1, 2, 3, 4

Banford, Donald Perfect Attendance I , 2

Behringer, William Honor Roll 3, 4 State Scholas tic Annual Staff 4 Math Club 3, 4

Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4

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Barnwell, Robert Glee Club 2 Library Staff 2 Bowling 3, 4


Class Officer 1, 2 Bowling 3, 4

Golf 3, 4

Bowling 1, 3, 4

Bramlage, John Class Officer 2, 3, 4 Catholic Action 3, 4 Perfect Attendance 3 Annual Staff 4 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 Prom Committee Chairman

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Perfect Attendance 2 State Scholastic Award

Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4

1948 Buchholz, John Perfect Attendance 2 Annual Staff 4 Cafeteria 4 Bowling 2, 3, 路4

Cl ass Officer 1, 4 Senior Vice-President Prom Committee 3 Honor Roll 1

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Caldwell, Frank 3, 4 I, 2, 3

Bulpin, Charles Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4

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Boo ster Club 4

Cordonnier, Eugene

Perfect Attendance 1, 3 Library Staff 2 Cafeteria 4 Bo w ling 3, 4

Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3

Perfect Attendance 2 State Scholastic Award 2, 3 Glee Club 2 News 2 Camera Club 3, 4

Caulfield, Rober! Class Officer 1 Bowling 2, 4

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Servers 2, 3, 4

Minstrel 2 Catholic Action 4


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Crouch, Jeptha National Athletic Honor Soci e ty 4 Libra ry Staff 2, 3 Football

C .S.M.C. Award 3 Perfect Allendance Annual Staff 4 Camera Club 3, 4

Perfect Alle ndance 3 Annual Staff 4 News 4 Booster Club 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 3, 4 Projector Club 2, 3, 4

Dietz, Gregory

Perfect Allendance I, 2, 3

Perfect Allendance 2, State Scholastic Award Minstrel 2

Perfect Attendance Bowling 2, 3, 4

Donovan, John Class Officer 3 Student Council President 4 Catholic Action 3, 4 Perfect AUendance I, 2, 3 Minstrel 2.

Annual Staff 4 Booster Club 3, 4 Projector Club 3, 4 Prom Commillee 3

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Eisenhauer, Richard Student Council 3 Perfect Attendance 1, 3 Annual Staff 4 Football 2 4

Egalile , Earl Ne w s 2 Bowling 3

C la ss Officer Ne ws 2, 3, 4 Lib ra ry Staff 2 Came ra Club 3 Radio Writers Club

Falke, Lee Class Officer 1, 3 National Athle tic Hono r Society 2, 3, 4

Honor Ro ll 1, 2 Math Clu b 3, 4 BasketbalL 1, 2, 3, 4 F'Jot1- . . . ! ~ 2, 3 , 4 Prom ~ommittee Setlior Alternate

Perfect A tten d an c e 2

Fede.,piel, John H onor Roll 1 Math Club 3 Bowlin g 2, 3

Faulkner, Bernard Class Officer 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4 National Athletic Honor Society 3 Glee' Club 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4

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Fitzgerald, Thomas Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 News 2

Frohmuth, Harmon N e w s 2, 3

Sp eech Awa rd 3

Fulwiler, John Glee Club 2 Basketball 1, 2 Bowling 2

Bowlin g 1, 2, 3, 4

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Bowling 1, 4

Girard, Thomas Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 2 Footba ll 2

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Gregory, Thomas Glee Club 2 Bowling 1

Glaser, Ralph Perfeci Allendance I , 2 Prom Commillee 3

Goldschmidt, Henry Cafeleria 3 Boosler Club I , 2, 3, 4 Bowling I, 2

Gomber!, Waller Honor Roll 2, 3 Perfec i Allendance I, 2, 3 $Iille' Scholaslic Award 3 " Ar:nual Siaff 4

Guess, Marion Glee Club 2 Baskelball I, 2, 3 Bowling 3, 4

State Scholastic Award Band 3, 4 I Math Club 3, 4 Bowling 3, 4 Stamp Club 1

Catholic Action 3, 4 Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4 News I , 2, 3, 4 Booster Club I, 2 Math Club Secretary 3, 4 Golf 3, 4 Prom Commillee 3 Student Council 3 C .S.M.C . Award 3 Catholic Action 3, 4 Glee Club 2 Annual Staff 4 Prom Commillee 3 Ginan, John


Haupt, Eugene

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Pedect Atte ndance 2 Glee Club 2 Projector Club 3

Henz, John Math Club 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4

Bowling 2, 3,

Hes!:, Edward Class Officer 1, 2, 3 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Bowling 3, 4 Hoefler, Giles

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Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 State Scholastic Award Annual Staff 4 Minstrel 1 Servers 4 Projector Club 4 Spelling Contest 3

Hoke, Ronald Class Officer 1, 3, 4 Catholic Action 3, 4 Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4

Perfect Attendance 1, 2 State Scholastic Award Annual Staff 4

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Huelsman, Conran

Tennis 3

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Cafeteria 4 Football 2 Prom Committee

Hovey, William Class Officer 2 State Scholastic Award 3 Math Club 3, 4 Basketball 1

Hunt, Robert Class Officer Student Council Honor Roll 1 Band I, 2, 3, 4 Football 2

Perfect Attendance I, 2 Speech Award 1 Minstrel 1

Band I, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 1

Jauch, Edward Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Perfect Attendance I, 3 Math Club 3, 4

Huth, William Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4 Perfect Attendance 3 Band 2, 3 News 2, 3

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1948

Kawsky, James Annual Staff 4 Projector Club 2, 3, 4

National Athletic Honor Society 3 Perfect Attendance 1, 2 Football 2, 3, 4 Bowling 4

Perfect Attendance Cafeteria 3, 4

Kelble, David News 2, 3, 4 Library 2 Projector Club 3, 4

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Library 1

Koehler, William Band 1 Booster Club 3, 4 Camera Club 3

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Koerner, John Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3 Annual Staff 4 Cafeteria 3

Honor Roll 1 Perfect Attendance Library Staff 4 Booster Club 4

Koepnick, John Class Officer 1, 3, 4 Catholic Action 3 National Athletic Honor Socie ty 2, 3 H onor Roll 1, 3 Perfect Attenda nce 1, 2 Fo otball 1, 2, 3 Math Club 3 Prom Comm ittee ' Basketball 1, 2

Kohler, Richard

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Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 All City Football 4

Perfect Attendance Glee Club 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Ba sketba ll 1, 2, 3 All City Football 3, 4

Perfect Attendance

Korle, OIlIer Perfect Att endance 3


Cafeteria 2 Math Club 3, 4 Bowling

Cafeteria 2, 3, 4 Booster Club 1

Leibold, James State Scholastic Award 3 Class Officer 2, 3, 4 Catholic Action 3 National Athletic Honor Society 3,4 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Perfect Altendance' 1 Annual Staff Editor 4 News 1 Athletic Manager 4 Football 2, 3 Senior Secretary

Annual Staff 4 Cafeteria 3, 4

Class Officer Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3 Bowling 1, 2, 3 Fencing I, 2

Mauch, Eugene

Perfect Attendance 3 Projector Club 2, 3, 4 Stamp Club 1

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McCloskey, Alfred Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4

Projector Club 2, 3, 4

McMahon, Eugene

Perfect Attendance 2 Glee Club 2 Football, 2, 3 Bowling 4

Miller, Lawrence

Meyer, Richard Class Officer 1 Perfect Attendance 3

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Minch, John Student Council 2 Glee Club 2 Football 2

Moorman, Donald Class Officer 2, 4 Perfect Allendance 3 Glee Club 2 Annual Staff 4 Bowling 4

Mischler, Charles

Glee Club 2 News 4 Cafeteria 4 Booster Club 2 Projector Club 1 Bowling I, 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 2

Honor Roll I, 2 Perfect Allendance 2 Band I, 2, 3 Bowling I, 2, 3

Mullins, Raymond Class Officer 1 Honor Roll I, 2 State Scholastic Award 3 News 1 Math Club 3, 4 Chess Club 2

News 3, 4

Projector Club 3, 4 Camera Club 3, 4 Bowling 3, 4

Class Officer I, 2 Student Council 4 Catholic Action 3 National Athletic Honor Society 3 Perfect Allendance 3 Math Club 3, 4 Football 2, 3 Senior Treasurer

( 1948 Nyhan, James Perfect Allendance 2, 3, 4 News 2, 3, 4

Library 2

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Poeppelman, Paul

Honor Roll 1 Perfect Attendance 3 Bowling 4 Bookstore 3

Cafeteria 1, 2 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4

News 3, 4

Football 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3

Porter, Eugene Class Officer 1, 3 Catholic Action 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4

Annual Staff 4 Prom CommiUee

Se nior Class President Class Officer 1, 2 Honor Roll 1, 3 State Scholastic Award 2 Projector Club 3, 4 Bowling 4 Student Council 3, 4

Class Officer 2 Student Council Treasurer 4 Perfect Attendance 3 Glee Club 2 Speech Award 3 Prom CommiUee 3 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4

Reclor, Allen Cafeteria I, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 1 Bookstore 2, 3

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1948 Russell, Charles Class Officer 4 Glee Club 2 3, 4

1, 2, News I, 4 Library I, 2 Cafeteria 2 Booster Club 3, 4 Projector Club 4 Bookstore 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 2

Class Officer I, 3 Bowling 2, 3, 4

Schirmer, William Perfect Allendance I, 2, 3 Minstrel 2

Class Officer 4 Glee Club 2 Speech Award Football I, 2, 3, 4 National Athletic Honor Society 4 Bowling 3 All City Football 4 Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4 Projector Club I, 2, 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Bowling I, 2, 3, 4

Schoeffman, James Library 2, 4

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路Schweller, Donald Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3 News 1, 2, 3 Annual Staff 4

Schwartz, Noel Honor Roll 1, 2 Perfect Attendance 1, 3 Band 3, 4

Schwarzmann, Gale

Perfect Attendance Athletic Manager 2, 3, 4

Bowling 2, 3, 4

Schwieterman, Thomas

Seifert, Robert Class Officer Catholic Action Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3

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Class Officer 2, 3 Student Council 2 Catholic Action 3 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2 Annual Staff 4 Projector Club 1, 2, 3 Math Club 4 Bowling 1, 2, 3


Smith, Jerome Class Officer Catholic Action 3 C.S .M.C . Award 3 National Athletic Honor Society 2, 3, 4

Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 3 All City Football 4

Perfect Attendance 1, 2

Class Officer 4 Student Council Annual Staff 4 Athletic Manager 1

National Athletic Honor Society 3, 4

Perfect Aitendance 1, 2 Annual Staff 4 Football 2, 3, 4

Sommers, Neil Glee Club 2 Camera Club 3, 4

Booster Club 2, 3, 4 Projector Club 3, 4 Minstrel 1, 2

Perfect Attendance 2 Library 2 Booster Club 1 Sound Engineer 2, 3, 4

Perfect Attendance 1, 3 Building Fund 3, 4

Staudier, Donald Glee Club 2 Football 3

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Perfect Attendance 2, Projector Club 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 3

Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3

Cafeteria I Bowling 2, 3, 4

Trimbach, Waller Perfect Attendance 2, 3 Library 2, 3 Cafete ria 4 Booster Club Projector Club 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 3, 4 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4

Troxel, Richard Honor Roll 2, 3 Perfect Attendance 2 State Scholastic Award Band 2, 3, 4 News 2, 3, 4 Library 2 Camera Club 3 Math Club 3, 4 Bowling 3

Thomas, Richard Class Officer 2 Honor Roll 2 Ann ual Staff Math Club 4

Thoma, Thomas Honor Roll I Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3 Band I, 2, 3, 4 Math Club 4 Servers 1, 2 Minstrel I, 2

Catholic Action 3, 4 Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4 Perfect Attendance I State Scholastic Award 2, Annual Staff 4 Cafeteria 2 Booster Club I, 2, 3, 4 Projector Club 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 3 Math Club 3, 4 Minstrel I, 2


Waldren, John Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3 Bowling 1

Perfe ct Attendance Bowling I, 3, 4

Fencing 2

Cl ass Officer Pe rfect Attendance Glee Club 2 Minstrel 2 Fe ncing 2

Booster Club 3 Math Club 3, 4 Minstrel I, 2

Watson, William 'Perfect Attendance News 1 Spelling Contest 3 C .S.M .C . Award 3 Servers I, 3, 4

Weber, John Perfect Attendance

Student Council 1 Honor Roll 2 Speech Award 3

Perfect Attendance 2, 3 Cafeteria 1, 2, J, 4

1911-8 Willman, John Catholic Action 3, 4 Perfect Attendance 3 Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4 S't ate Scholastic Award 2 Math Club 3, 4

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Honor Roll 2, 3 Perfect A!!endance Bowling 4

Zimmer, Charles Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Math Club 3, 4 Bowling 3 Servers 2, 3, 4

Zimmerman, Richard Class Officer 1, 2, 4 Glee Club 2 Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 2,3


1944路45

We were Freshies, five classes strong, enthusiastic, willing. A thrilling football season with six wins and three losses, city champs in Basketball, the Minstr:el "Fun and Frolics," open house going to school' by night are among our Freshman memories. 1945-46

Sophomores, the Eagle football and basketball teams were in there for the city championship, the thriller at Piqua will long be remembered : We participated in the Minstrel - "Moonlight Frolics," we liked the '46 Eagle, a real treat. Some of us attended the huge Junior-Senior Prom at Lakeside. We became part of Chaminade. 1946-41

Juniors ... we took Chemistry, Bookkeeping, studies became the center of interest as we worked hard in the upperclass division of Chaminade. City champs in Football, a fair showing on the hardwood, a prom we planned and put over, and a beautiful new Eagle '41 made this year tops!

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"Since, however, the younger generation must be trained in the arts and sciences for the advantage and prosperity of civil society, and since the family itself is unequal to the task, it was necessary to create that social institution, the school." Leo XIII


BOTTOM ROW, Lelilo Righi - R. Whilman, C. Birlle, H. Boesch, P. Knapke, R. Oslerfeld, W . Trick, G. Aiple, W . Fecher, J . Benshic, A . Munch, P. Weaver, D. Olinger, T. Abele. MIDDLE ROW, Lell 10 Right - R. Karl, J . Zummo, J. Knox, J . Igel, J . Keller, W. Glynn, R. Flohre, E. Strehle, J . Breitenstein, W . Daley, E. Scherzinger, A . Schneider, J . Gough, A . Ciani, A. Forlkamp, W . Wehner. . TOP ROW, Lell to Right - J . Tuohy, J. Kunk, J . Albers, J . Schmidt, R. Conrady, D. MacPherson, J . Fiely, W . Rathweg, J . Kronenberger. MISSING - R. Gohman.

Junior "A" is marked as a cooperative and spirited class . Its members are very well represented in school service and the class prov ed a booster in the Marianist and Turkey drives.


A versatile and sports loving class junior "B." School work is taken seriously and the honor roll bears the names of members from "B ." The class is actively connected with many of the school clubs and is generally good-natured.

BOTTOM ROW, Lell 10 Righi - J. Geary, F. Pregon, W . Parker, J. Schaaf, T. Schneble, E. Warning, R. Hovey, N. Sliles, C . Long, J. Nealon, G. Kolhman, R. Worland, R. Reboulel . MIDDLE ROW, Left 10 Righi - J. Dunn, J. Glock, C. Kaulh, N . Woif, J. Neff, R. Wenzel, E. Manny, T. Diemunsch, J . Williamson, P. Schulke, F. Kronauge, R. Shields, L. Banford, R. Fox, J. Ziegler, B. Schim!' TOP ROW, Left 10 Right - P. Rizzo, M. Karpiak, C. LeBoeuf, D. Schweiterman, C. Narlker, M. Ryan, G. Smith, R. Wall, W. Brennan. MISSING - P. Hilgeford .

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BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right - G . McGonigal, D. Spitzig, J . Kinder, R. Strader, C. Yung, E. Bolton , J . Ryan, E. Sommers, E. Masters, T. Hagedorn, G. Browder, W. Forlener . MIDDLE ROW, Left to Right - L. Tobl, D. Young, R. Gondos, D. NeH, W. Haywood, B. Krapf, H. McClellan, R. Mescher, D. Brown, D. Giallombardo, N. Siefert, C. Buehler, R. Miller, C. Staley, E. Conner, P. Tancred, J. Gabriel. TOP ROW, Left 10 Righi - R. Sieizer, W . Murray, W. Boland, P. Kapp, W. Berry, T. Broderick, F. Scheidweiler, E. Maloney, R. Gaston.

A rugged lot of fellows - ready for fun well represented in activities, with organization and spirit they could be up there! Treat them rough and they'll love you!

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Junior "D" promises to be an up and coming senior class, possessing more than its share of scholastic interest. "D" enjoys sports and shows fine spirit in every proj ect that is undertaken.

BOTTOM ROW, LeI! to Righi - J. Holler, J. Culhane, J. Bucher, R. Regan, R. Wille, R. Stoll, L. Buller, L. Staub, A. Granato, T. Shockley, D. Young, L. Goetz. MIDDLE ROW, Left to Right - R. O'Friel, J . Weis, L. Valler, R. Haas, D. Scothorn, D. Bramlage, D. Kunka, T. Becker, J . Barnes, C. Searle, J . Raiff, M. Haines, D. Zimmerle, F. Seiler, J . BenneU, R. Fitzpatrick, K. Marcum, W . Staley. TOP ROW, Left to Right - T. Burgess; E. Mershad, P. Koller, J. Koogler, J. Frei, J. KauDin, C. Bawidamann, J. Gavin.

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BOTTOM ROW, Lell to Right - J . Myers, R. Serrer, J . Lockvis, B. Helm, B. Sw.artztrauber, J. Angerer, N. Deis, G. Moorman, E. Belar dino, B. Irwin, D . Bruggeman. MIDDLE ROW, Lell to Right - L. Bruns, C. Loper, N. Nell, E. Ballman, F. Morro, J . Butkus, T. Dillholf, J . Hoelscher, R. Smith, L. Keck, D. Robb, J . Roselle, G. Sendelbach. TOP ROW, Lell to Right - J. Kindle, C . Kobes , F. Burger, R. Chariton, J . VanSchaik, R. Fecke, B. Kyne, J . Collins, C . Grismer.

A well-rounded class explains Junior "E: ~ Interest is given to all athletic events at school and "E" possesses several varsity football players. Friendliness and loyalty characterize Junior "E""


"F" for funloving. With its homeroom in the chern-lab "F" has found time to be the most jovial of junior classes. A lively class "F" possesses an all city gridiron player and is well represented in other school activities.

BOTTOM ROW, Left 10 Righi - H. Spraley, R. G1aÂŁer, T. Smith, D. Schlei, D. Ackerman, T. Laufersweiler, R. Koepnick, J. Mack, J. Limbert, W. Monahan, R. Vocke, R. Janning, R. Borgerding. MIDDLE ROW, Lell 10 Righi - L. Wilson, R. BelJmeyer, G. Lowry, L. Bernard, R. Raiff, R. Klawonn, J. Buller, J. Peacock, E. Tumbu.ch. W. Brown, R. Finke, T. Hinders, D. SchimolJer, N. Freeman, F, Hussong, R. Glaser, W. Barnell. TOP ROW, Lell 10 Righi - J. Houser, J. Buckley, J. Cochran, O. Geering, J. FiÂŁher, J. Lulher, C. Schaefer, J. Griffilh, R. Horvalh. MISSING - J. Cleary. Page 49


BOTTOlyi ROW, Left to Right - B. Trame, D. Shamer, J . Kernan, W . Luneke, E. Borgert, G. O'Connell, E. Mcintosh, D. Albro, G. Pflaum, T. Hook, J. Brocherl, J . Bulcher, P. Chmielewski. MIDDLE ROW, Left to Right - M. Estevez, W. Gre,my, K. Zen gel, R. Daum, R. Schmid , F. Schubert, T. Loges, R. Paulick, J . Tunney, F. Blommel, R. Heckman, J. Kibler, J. Glaser, A .. Knox, J. Janning, B. Piekulowski, R. Herbert, J . Gehrich. TOP ROW, Left 10 Right - R. Ryan, W . Sieinbrunner, E. Axe, F. Miller, J . Abele, E. Koverman, J . Heider, D. Enxing, R. Priest.

"A", the action class, having members on both football and basketball squads with others participating in the Band and other school clubs. Sophomore" A" figured high in both the Marianist and Turkey drives.


Because of outstanding leadership and scholastic ability "B" has shown that they have what it takes to knock on the door of success. This class displays a fine cooperative attitude.

BOTTOM ROW, Lell 10 Righi - W. Geiger, T. Wuebben, W. Poppelman, R. Davis, D. Spitzig, P. Foley, C. Smith, E. Carder, R. Slus.er, J. O'Meara, J. Sendelbach, J. 'Duell, T. Ditzel. MIDDLE ROW, Leilio Righi - G. Heberle, R. Baische, F. Swifl, T. Kernan, R. Ryan, J. Kenney, G. Schenkling, R. Voelkl, E. Fiohre, J . Metzger, R. Ralhweg, J . Schoeneberger, J. Carmody, L. Beck, J. Sammons. TOP ROW, Lell 10 Righi - T. Meyer, ,C. Genlile, G. Gillen, R. Dierkers, P. Ewald, R. Schierloh, M. Siein, C. Ginn, T. O'Connell. MISSING - W . Thomas, C . Mescher.

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BOTTOM ROW, LeI! to Right - R. Carter, T. Rammel, M . Kent, N . Hockwall, T. Spahn, T. Kirk, R. Gunn, . J . .Slater, R. Braun, J. Koehler, D. Nayle . MIDDLE ROW, LeI! to Right - R. Met~ger, J . Berner, G. Murray, N. Neil, D. Evans, B. Cramer, D. Eckert, J. Meyring, J. Redmond, W. Paton, J . Hamer, J . Angerer, J . Hagans, J. Smith. TOP ROW, LeI! to Right - D. McKenney, R. Monnig, E. Sanders, C . Zuhl, J. Tangeman, J . Connally, W. Stevenson, R. Weidner, J . Janning.

e Sophomore "C", whose qualities of friendliness and cooperation are seen in its .members should be carefully noted. "c" is represented in nearly every service and club in the school and promises to produce a fine class of Juniors.

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Bowling, football and the band are the chief interests of sophomore "D." A rather quiet class "D", but their efforts are admiraole!

BOTTOM ROW, Left to Righi - L. Gray, R. Frazier, R. Benges, M. Dunnigan, J. Neal, J. Brun, R. Grewe, N. Plassenthal, R. Feche"r, J. Howley, D. Walter. MIDDLE ROW, Left to Righi - J . Connolly, J . McMahon, G. Day, W.Grusenmeyer, J. Sioney, R. Jamison, S. Mauro, C. Trame, D. Johnson, L. Angoff, J. Huey, M. Kelly, W. Sprauer. TOP ROW, Left 10 Right - R. Bates, L. Illes, D. Siudy, E. Mershad, W. Walerkueller, F. Wachter, W. Fleckenstein, T. Mackey. K. ijemmelgarn. MISSING - P. Hobbs, C. Waters, R. Beisel, J. )+IcGilv.ery, Pfeiffer; E. Sherman, J. VOl,k" . ~I:'lress. ;:.1

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BOTTOM ROW, Left 10 Righi - L. Kloslerman, W . Kinser. J . Newland, R. Benning, F. Gunn, J . Zugelder, J . Speranza, D. Heck, B. Fox, E. Smilh, W . Tomashol. MIDDLE ROW, LeI! 10 Righi - W . Menke, D . Reboulel, H. Wading, D. Haywood, J .Huesman, P. Lowry, R. Pfeiffer, R. O 'Brien, H. Steinke, J . Koenig, P. Sayer, H. Bonbrighl, D. Meyer, J. Drerup, L. Shumard, R. Wiggenhom. TOP ROW, Lellio Righi - P. Fortman, D. Bohse, P. Schaefer, R. Weiher, W . Kunlz, L. Krueger, J. Niekamp, E.. Koehnen, L. Hue •• man. MISSING - C. Chapin, D. Payne, J . Trick.

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BOTTOM ROW, Left 10 Righi - R. Kunlz, C. McCloskey, R. Bauer, E. MIDDLE ROW, Left to Right - J. Keller, C. Sendelbach, E. Essman, F. Krim, A . Floris, L. Hickey, J. Matt, C. Leyes, J. Drummer, TOP ROW, Lefl 10 Righi - C. DeBrosse, L. Heider, G. Heuing" R.

Beach, A.- Slaub, G. Spahn, J. Fischer, A. Schaekelboff, A. Drake. J. Ostendorf, W. Roth, T. Trick, G. Mischler, N. Knoth, E. Schlorman, P. Bogin. Lemons, E. Corrigan, J . Bawidamann, L. Sudman, C. Kinter, L. Trick.


BOTTOM ROW, Left 10 Righi - T. Volk, A . Siammen, J . Blommel, R. Daley, C. Nahn, J. Dyke, H. Motsch, G. Bothe, C. Bresl, T. Clemens, R. Schmall, J . O'Neil, C. Bach. MIDDLE ROW, Lefllo Righi - T. Bowles, L. Rool, L. Reboulel, G. Mackey, E. Flynn, J . Morrissey, T. Mullen, R. Tachabrun, L. Smilh, J. Logan, C. Luckell, C. Klee, J. Schwab, G. Chambers, J . Patlerson, L. Deardorff, F. Bruning, D . Geiger, R. Doody, T. Monnig. TOP ROW, Left 10 Righi - T. Broderick, J. Ungerleider, J . Hagan, J . DeHart, T. Kammer, W . Clark, M. ninn, R. Gilfoil, R. Eilenaan.

A very enthusiastic class, "A" has gained momentum from the first time they saw Chaminade. An unusually high percentage of this class participates in the school activities.


Another freshman standout IS "B." They consistently place more than their share of members on the Honor Roll . A spirited class, they have attained favorable ratings in the school drives.

BOTTOM ROW, Lefl 10 Righi - R. Wagner, C. Trzeciak, H. Campbell, J. Allen, F. Ferdelman; A. Breig, R. Brown, D. Dowling, E. Wehner, R. Maslen, W. Doerfler, N. D'Amico, E. Slemley. MIDDLE ROW, Lefllo Righi - E. Sayer, J. Rhode., D. Doliboa, J. Gebele, P. Pleiman, J . Buller, R. Meyring, M. Karadak, J. Spirk, G. Layman, J, Duffy, W. Ebert, G, Hauer, J. Janning, D. Jones, R. Koehler, P. WoO, B. Kelly, R. Wehner, A. Kauflin, R. .Johnson. TOP ROW, Leilio Righi - T. Kronauge, R. Slaley, R. Carr, L. Glynn, R. lCIeiner, C. Vahle, J . Madden, H. Eilerman, E. Grusenmeyer.

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T. Geis, V. Vallo, R. Rath, R. Meacham, G. Bond, R. J. Fitzgerald, D. Bisping, G. Dellinger, D. Zimmer, W. T. Muth, J . O'Donnell, T. Nyhan, J . Cuhen. J . Morrella, J . Duffy, C. Menker, J. Kauth.

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BOTTOM ROW, Lell 10 Righi - V. Fisher, R. Meyer, J . Kreitzer, R. Zugelder, C. Goubeaux, R. Huelsman, C. Porler, J. Goebel, G. Reisinger, T. Schweitzer, H. Grimme, G. Lefeld, R. Dawson . MIDDLE ROW, Lefl 10 Right - C. Broyles, K. Tomashol, R. Hutchinson, T. Siafford, J. Zilinkas, D. Slemley, N . Gudort, G., Dillhoff, J. Pohl, N . Schneider, J . Lukacs, J . Reller, J . Kirves, O. Perkins, T. Kreusch, J. La Pori, D. Knapke, M. Trickler, E. Duckro. TOP ROW, Lefl 10 Right - R. Wahrer, J. Weidner, C. McCarthy, K. Lemons, W. Neary, M. Winning, J . Nolan, D., Grewe, T. Hodapp.

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BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right - W. Caulfield, T. Gross, H. Wissman, C. Hickey, R. Horstman, W. Withnan, J. Keleman, M . Hoog, M. Manzo, G. Vancil, V. Bauer, D. Sheppard, C. Lauricella . MIDDLE Row, Left to Right - R. Sweetman, J . McGarvey, P. Terbay, N. Hassenlab, J . Kaiser, K. Hodapp, R. Gard, D. Sacksteder, R. Dawson, J . Hinders, D. Ross, L. Hartshorn, D. Hess, B. Trick, C. Weiler, J. Hoodge, R. Sprauer. TOP ROW, Left to Right - J. Wiles, D. Dugan, J . Lynch, J. Marrinan, S. Maschino, R. Helbling, R. Hoyng, J. VanDyke, H. Busse. MISSING - T. Mooney, P. Slivinski.

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Inspiring marches, spirited melodies, brilliant maneuvers, these are all part of the Chaminade band. The band provides the music for many school activities and perhaps the most important are the pep rallies and sports exhibitions. Rallies, football and basketball games, and band concerts are but a few of the performances given by the band during the year. The band provided the music for the tri-school "East" rally held before the first annual "East-West" game. Seniors, Juniors, Sophs, 路 and Freshies help make up the band, all are clarions, calling by means of their musical endeavors, loyal men of Chaminade 'neath the green and white banner.

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FRONT ROW - G. Day, C. Quick, C. Bresl, T. Bowles, C. Berlino, E. Slemley, J. Schaaf, T. Rammel . SECOND ROW - N. Stiles, J . Schwab, R. Tschabrun, R. Schmid, C. Loper, G. Hauer, R. Wiggenhorn, L. Goetz, T. Hampton. THIRD ROW - A. Munch, T. Thoma, J. Kaiser, D. Meyer, R. Troxel, J . Pallerson, J. Hoodge, R. Hunt. TOP ROW - G. Porier, R. Weiher, F. Miller, N. Schwartz, J . Griffith, T. Broderick, R. Balel, R. Johnson, J . Knox. MISSING - J. Kronenberger, T. Kreulch, M. Aufderheide, R. Aufderheide, J. Houser, C. Kinter, I. Fetzer, G. Mischler, C. Sendelbach.

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Management of student affairs, this is the work of the Student Council. It provides the opportunity for every student to voice an opinion or suggestion that concerns or may improve school life. Various activities line the council's year long calendar, the Christmas dance and oratorical contest oeing two of the. more important. A big awards day rally held at the end of the school year is also sponsored by the student council. The council strives to promote unity within the school and backs every activity that it thinks will benefit the student.


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SEATED, Left to Right - G. POa~m, A . Staub, N. Plassenthal, R. Davis, D. Heck. STANDING Left, to Right - R. Horstman, J. Slater, H. Motsch, R. Meacham, C . Porter.

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Creating school spmt with their rallies, pep assemblies, posters and slogans, the working initiative of the booster club is recognized all around the school. Largely responsible for the spint that prompted the Eagle teams to victory, the boosters originated mirthful as well as serious pep rallies prior to every game. Under the watchful eye of Brother Michael Moakler, the organization comprised of Freshies, Sophs, Juniors and Seniors, deserve the congratulations of all who admire the true spirit of Chaminade.

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Bringing to Chaminade a new a~d modern fonn of education is the task of the Projector Club. To a few accredited students the responsibility of handling and maintaining delicate equipment is more than a sideline. From their booth at the rear of the assembly hall the projectors bring to the student an 'opp'o rtunity for both knowledge and entertainment. They willingly give their time and efforts to their fellow students. Scientific, historical, religious and social movies are but a few that are viewed by the $tudent through the efforts of the projector club. Father Carlen, S.M., advises the organization.

BOTTOM ROW - R. Conrady, R. Meyer, J. Gabriel, R. Reboulet, R. Gard, R. Helbling, L. Reboulet, R. Masters, L. Glynn, J . Hauer, D. Spitzig, C. Menker. SECOND RO,W - L. Root, A . Knox, G. Heberle, T. Bonser, F. Schubert, F. Schafer, J. Donovan, J. Tieman, J. O'Donnell, S. Roberts, J. Duffy, C. Nahm. THIRD ROW - R. Stoll, W. Spatz, C. Buehler, J. Houser, D. Kunka, J. Huesman, R. O'Brien, C. Chapin, J. Cunningham, F. Krimm, R. Bates, J. Hinders, E. Murphy, E. Mersha4. FOURTH ROW - C. Leyes, J. Angerer, D. Nagle, E. Mauch, M. Schaffer, O. Geering, R. Horvath, P. KnapJce, C. Hemmelgarn, P. Hilgeford, F. Schaffer.

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We salute the Camera Club whose busy members are resp'o nsible for many of the pictures in the "News" and this yearbook. Without their help the Chaminade publications would not be complete. These flash bulb fanatics are to be found in their combination club room and dark room which adjoins the Physics lab. The faculty advisor, Brother Joseph Concannon, S.M., stresses the founding purpose of the club: "To provide enjoyment and technical experience while serving others." High on the lisi of favorites of the club members IS their prized speed graphic camera.

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Organized to bring the dreams of a new Chaminade into a brick and concrete fact, the Building Fund Committee has undertaken the project that is a dream of alumni, student, and faculty. Pioneers in their task, they have disregarded the many difficulties facing them and have plunged headlong into their work. Under the careful supervision of Brother Joseph Buettner, S.M., the committee steadily surges forward with their worthwhile. task. The "Eagle" students of the future can speak with respect of the Committee' that furnished them with an ultra modern Chaminade.


Caring for the library needs of the students is the daily job of the library staff. They see that books are filed correctly and that each book is checked before it is taken from the library. Father Robert Brown, S.M., supervises the staff and its work.

W . Fiahre, R. Braun, J. Koehnen, R. Kleiner, R. Gabriel, Rev. R. Brown, J. Schoellman.

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FIRST ROW, Lell 10 Right - J. Newland, J. Ewald, G. Vancil, J. Buckholz, W. Grellnye, G. Charnben, J . Kaiser, R. Huelsman, J. Dyke, W. Fecher, A. Knauflin, G. McGonigal, P. Pleiman, R. Maslen, E. Wehner, R. Johnson, R. Wagner, L. Reboulel, C. Luckell. SECOND ROW, Left 10 Righi - D. Schweilerman, E. Cordonier, N. Brinkman, C. Long, J. Luther, C. Birlle, F. !Cronauge, R. Schmid, D. Marcum, T. Kronauge, W . Eberl, J. Murray, R. Fecher, R. O'Brien, A. Schexelhofl, W. Leye., J. Brun, H. Bonbright, N. Hasenslab, J. Patlenon. THIRD ROW, Left 10 Righi - R. Knapke, F. Blommel, R. Horvath, P. ICapp, T. Ebele, W . Walerkeuller, D. Grewe, L. Sultmlln, C. McCllrthy, J. Abele, J. Tangeman.

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RST ROW, Lell 10 Righi - T. Thoma, C. Zimmer, J. Willman, T. Seufferl, P. Schmidl, W . Hallerman, E. Jauch, R. Troxel. :COND ROW, Lell 10 Righi - J . Tieman, J. Henz, J. Lehman, T. Hamplon, W. Behringer, R. Mullins, W. Murphy, L. Falke, J. Federspiel, R. Thomas, F. Caldwell, R. Shroyer, W . Hovey.

To give students a chance to increase their knowledge and to express themselves in the science of mathematics - this is the purpose of the Math Club. The organization conducts bi-monthly meetings under the supervision of Brother Henry Honnert, S.M. These meetings give the members a chance to gain knowledge over and above what is gained during regular class sessions. The thinking capacity of the students along mathematical channels is therefore increased. Advanced math topics are the subject of discussion at the meetings. Field trips to district high school conventions highlight the club's activities and such trips are usually rewarded with prize winning honors.

Lell 10 Righi - W. Hallerman, P. Schmidl, J. Willman, T. Seuffert.


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FIRST ROW, Left 10 Righi - J . Fisher, ( Genlile, J . Murray, R. Wille, D. Kelblo W. Hallerman, R. Troxel, T. Egan, ( Pflaum, E. Koehnen, E. Murphy . SECOND ROW, Left 10 Righi - P. Chmielewsk W . Tomashol, R. Dugan, J . Tunney, I Foley, J. Cunningham, W . Doerfler, . Berner, M . Cooper, F. Schaefer, T. Kirl J . Hamer, R. Weidner, M. Schaefer, J Gabriel, J. Nyhan, J. Weis, R. O'Briel D. Enxing . MISSING - J . Pfeiffer, D . Walren, T. Wasmull J. Boesch, R. Sioll, J . Fiely , D . Kunk; L. Hussman .

The editors and reporters of the Chaminade News deserve a hearty cheer from the whole student body, because of the time and effort they have put into the paper. They assemble news, then re-write and organize it into worth-while reading. The majority of students fail to realize the work that is needed each month to' get this paper out on time. The editors spend many an evening, planning out each page. Reporting the progress of the various athletic teams in their training, practice and games is in itself no small task. Add to this the proper covering of the many sided phases of ext~a curricular activity at the school, and you have a real job on your hands. The Staff this year, under the direction of Brothers Norbert Sturm and George Ruppel, as moderators, include: Bill Hallerman . . . .. Editor-in-Chief Dave Kelble ....... Editorial Editor Jack Pfeiffer ... . ... . . Sports Editor Thurston Egan' . . ' ... . Feature Editor Roger Witte ... ... ... . News Editor

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B~M~' They are .to be congratulated in being the silent support backing the Chaminade Band. Without them, this musical organization would find it difficult to secure the proper equipment. These mothers work behind the scene, striving for Band improvement. Because of their continued activities, the C.H.S . Band has always been presented in the Green and White on all occasions . They sponsor bingos, as a chief source of income, and also do much necessary work at their sewing meetings . Through their untiring efforts, they finance new music and the shiri.y new band instruments, and help in many other ways to keep our Band to a top notch standard. Our sincere thanks to this splendid group.

Mrs . Fred Mischler, President; Mrs . Eric Munch, Secretary. Mrs. Howard Thoma, Treasurer , Mrs . Albert Schmid, Vice路President.


When we are with people working toward a common end, when we gather to cooperate in the production of something worthwhile, when we take part in social functions - then only does true education progress. This is just as true of a small school as well as a large one. The Chaminade Parent Teachers Association is a good example of just such an organization. Its members are always in the background, ever ready to give needed assistance in any way possible. The social activities which they sponsor are marked with success. The student body rises in sal ute to the members of the Chaminade Parent Teachers Association.

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SEATED, Lell 10 Righi - R. Thomas , J. Bramlage, T. Seufierl, J . Tieman, E. Porter, J. Leibold, W. Gomberl, J . Buchholz, D. Schweller, G. Baujan, STANDING, Left 10 Righi - E. Murphy, C. Zimmer, T. Hagan, R. Eisenhauer, W. Leyes, J. Cunningham, L. Didier, J. Donovan, R. Hoke, R. Shroyer, Mark Smilh, W . Behringer, J. Koemer .

Originators and producers of ' the Eagle, the annual staff offers the seniors a final remembrance of their schooling at Chaminade. Work on the book begins in the summer months and is carried on throughout the year. A new system of distributing the various tasks by means of specialization was introduced this year and proved very successfuL Under the superViSion of Brother Fred Mathues, S,M., the editors and co-workers busy themselves qathering the data necessary to publish the book. In this way almost every phase of school life is illustrated. Their time and efforts are rewarded with top honor ratings awarded the book.

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In honor of Our Lady of the Rosary, over one thousand students, relatives and friends gathered in the quadrangle at Chaminade High School on the seventh of October . Appropriate decorations and facilities were arranged by the Senior members of the Y. C. S. group for the ev ening services which included a procession, rosary, sermon and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Rev . Francis Gerber, S.M., school chaplain, delivered the sermon . Truly it was a great sign of devotion to Mary and a great source of honor and glory to God .

The Men of Chaminade played 'an important role in this year's Holy Name Parade which took place on Sunday, October 12th. With five thousand men from the various parishes of the city , the students of Chaminade marched as a unit in perfect ranks from First and Monument Streets to the University of Dayton Stadium where the services were conducted by Rev . George Steinkamp . Here was an external manifestation of devotedness to the Holy Name of Jesus!

Part of the Religious program of Chaminade inc;ludes the annual student retreats . The Freshman-Sophomore retreat held in the early part of December was preached by the Rev . Bernard Neubauer, S.M . Juniors and Seniors had their retreat in March with Rev. William Goldschmidt as retreat-master. Many 'graces were won during these days of prayer and resolution.

Under the capable direction of Rev . John G. Dickson, S.M ., a new 'religious function was instituted at Chaminade during the past year. Every third Sunday either the Fathers or Mothers of the boys of Chaminade would join in meditation and prayer. The program also contained an instruction and discussion of interest to the Catholic parents of thee adolescent boy . Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament terminated the afternoon's proceedin gs.

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The 98th anniversary of the death of Father William Joseph Chaminade, Founder of the Society of Mary and the Daughters of Mary, was commemorated in a fitting manner by the students and faculty of Chaminade during the week of January 19-23. A school wide contest to obtain appropriate for Father Chaminade was staged. Thousands of entries were made from each homeroom daily. At the close of the contest three winners and titles were chosen by the judges.

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A pageant on the life and times of Father Chaminade was viewed by the entire student body at divisional assemblies. On Friday, January 23, a solemn High Mass was offered in Emmanuel Church with the senior choir chanting the Mass of the Angels. Senior Gene Schamel sang Schubert's Ave Maria during the offertory. Tommy Loges molding Chaminade busls for "The Marianisl Magazine ." He has made over 150 of Ihese for prizes.


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Daily Holy Mass is offered in the school chapel at eight o'clock for the students' benefit. Through the efforts of the C . S. M . C. the Missa Recitata has been revived this year. Bill Watson, and Bill Poppelmann alternate each morning in reading the Proper of the Mass while the others answer the celebrant by reciting aloud the ordinary parts of the Mass. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass plays a very important part in the religious life of many students of Chaminade.

William Walson, William Poeppelman

FIRST ROW: W . Walson W . Boland C . Zimmer J . Howley T. Connair R. Koehler T. Kronauge J . Holler W. Poeppelman SECOND ROW : J . Murray P. Koller W. SIevenson M. Hoefler J. Weidner D. Enxing J. Tieman F. Kronauge R. Davis

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Accepting the Holy Fathe~'s challenge for action, the Y. C. S. (Young Christian Students) has been organized at Chaminade in an aUempt to rechristianize its members and those they come in con- . tact with in their everyday life, restoring all things in Christ, their ultimate goal. Anyone who is willing to go all out and sacrifice time and self fo路r the cause路 could be admiUed into the groups which are orga~ized in each division. Meetings during the past year were held weekly at which times student problems were discussed by a student leader under the guidance of a (Continued on next pagel

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e~g~" The Y. C. S. group made its first appearance at Chaminade three years ago with the purpose of forming good Christian lay leaders in the Catholic High School in preparation for the official lay-apostolate of the Church, Catholic-Action. The Y. C. S. is a world-wide movement of which Chaminade is -just a fraction of a part. It has many teen-agers as members in high schools all over the United States under various names working for the same objective. Through the Y. C. S. bulletins these groups throughout the country have been able to keep in close contact with one another's successes and failures iri the movement which has the approval of the Holy Father.

oIA~ faculty moderator. Observations were made on the manifestations of nonChristian living, then these observations were judged in the light of the teachings of Christ and His Church. If the actions of the group or any of their associates proved to be contrary to the teachings of Christ, and the commandments of God, a plan of action was drawn up to try, each in his own way or with the group, to improve the situation or change it. Spiritual reading, Mass and Communion, Visits to the Blessed Sacrament, monthly days of recollection, weekly meetings, and sectional gatherings are all part of the Y. C. S. program of action. Rev. William Ferree, S.M., Mr. Carl Bauer Discussion Leaders of Y. C. S. Convention

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This season, marked with outstanding characteristics, will long be remembered by the players, students and football fans throughout Dayton. The Eagle Gridders, Kings of Dayton, were sparked with all the fire that makes good football. The main feature was the game with SI. James of Port Arthur, Texas. This, the first inter-sectional game in recent years, was proudly acclaimed by all football enthusiasts of Southwestern Ohio. The game was hard fought and much closer than the score indicates. The thrills and chills will not be forgotten. This year's team was manned 'w ith boys willing and able. Fortified with a great deal of experience from last year, they proved themselves a match for any opponent. The big standout was the able line that crushed all who faced it. From the grueling days of practice to game nights, masterful Fuzzy Faust instilled into the team the spirit to fight and fight again so that their opponents were thoroughly trounced. Chaminade was denied the City Championship t hrou g h an i ne I i gibi I ity ruling. With the Texas game and the trip to Ironton, the Season of '47 is another great achievement in the annals of Chaminade's football. The '47 squad set a new scoring record with 280 points.

FRONT ROW, Left to Right - 86 Faulkner, 80 Schell, 65 J. Smith, 46 Koestes-, 76 Zi.lUDltl'1lllllll, l 98 Koepnick, 39 Maloney, 43 Monahan. SECOND ROW, Left 10 Right - 40 Kauflin, 32 Crouch, 85 Miltner, 55 Cochran, 54 56 T. Kramer, 58 Dunne, 20 Slater, 21 T. Spahn, 25 Albro. THIRD ROW, Left to Right -

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To be chosen ¡to an all-city berth is proof that a player is worthy of his press clippings. All-city titles mean that a player is outstanding and better than a host of players from other city teams. Chaminade men were well represented on the two All-City teams. The News "Coaches Ch.oice" included G. Schamel, T. Kramer, C. Kremer, J. Smith, and R. Koepnick for the first team. L. Falke, C. Russell B. Faulkner and C. Bulpin were rated on their second team. The Journal's selection from the popular votes included T. Kramer, G. Schamel and R. Koepnick for the first team; J. Smith, C. Kremer and C. Bulpin for the second team.

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FIRST ROW - Jim Leibold, Tim Boggan, Gene Kauth, Ray Koester. SECOND ROW - Lee Falke, Mark Smith, Gene Schamel, Jerry Smith.

The National Athletic Honor Society, organized in 1925, is always the goal for Chaminade's athletes. The boys admitted to the ranks of this society must meet national requirements which include good sportsmanship and scholarship. Specifically, the athlete must win an Athletic monogram, maintain an above average scholastic grade, and possess a high degree of citizenship and sportsmanship. The society was founded with a fourfold purpose: to foster high scholarship, to stimulate a desire for balanced training; to foster the ideas of true sportsmanship and to develop leadership. Chaminade can be proud of the many athletes who are on the society's roster.

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R. Koepnick, C. Searle, C. Yung, W. Parker, J. Raiff, L. Butler, J. O'Connell, J. Cochran.

SECOND ROW - D Albro, T. Laufersweiler, L. Staub, W. Brennan, E. Mcintosh, J. Newland, R. !:Ierbert. THIRD ROW - N. Hochwalt, T. Spahn, J. Neal, J. Koenig, J . Spahn, R. Benning, H. Bonbrigh!, D. Heck.

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Chaminade 18 - Miamisburg 0 First game tension broken . . . First half was a grueling line battle . . . Eagles lind their abilities and with great running and hard blocking, topped with an aerial from Raiff to Jerry Smith for the third touchdown . The strong Miamisburg Vickings were the first victim â&#x20AC;˘ .

Chaminade ¡39 - Kiser 6 The Eagles are again picked to win the Big Six Championship . . . Kiser uses screwy defense to no avail . . . All plays click in first half . . . Regulars watch -as Panthers score in last quarter against the third string_

Chaminade 13 - St. James 22 Strong Texans hand Eagles first defeat _ . . the stadium was packed for this sensational game . . . Both teams fight hard _ .. first one strikes, then the other . . . Butler's passes continually chalk up yardage . . . Texas gains lead on touchdown after a blocked kick . Eagles last chance shattered after Gene Scha mel's end around, touchdown-bound run is called back . . . . Jerry Smith, End, Captain Eddie Hess, Half-back

Chaminade 27 - Fairview 0 Bulldogs fail to show enough manpower to stop soaring Eagles _ Pre-game propaganda back fires on " Dogs" _ . . Koester, Kauth and Russell show great light by opening gaping holes in Fairview' s forward wall _ . _ _

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Charninade 68 - Oakwood 0 Unmerciful Eagle s swamp hapless Lumbe rjacks . Pl ay alter play goes for a touchdown . . Bob Koepnick's e nd runs merit five touchdowns . . . Bernie Faulkner runs off tackl e for th ree . . . Everyo ne played h eads tip ball . . the spirit less jacks were no match

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Charninade 40- Wilbur Wright 0 Eagles swamp Pilots in third league contest . . . lack of power shows as Wilbur Wright's d efense cracks up from strong Eagle line play . .. Tony Kramer, Mark Smith, and Lee Falke throw great blocks and ' pave the way for backs .

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Chaminade 7 - Ironton 6 Bulpin 's point makes winning margin .

The Eagles run the Ironton boys all over the field, but can ' t break for pay dirt . Little Eddie Hess becomes "Big Ed" with sensational runs, making the all important touchdown . . . Carl Kremer shows his stuff by playing a great defensive game, stopping Tiger's end runs . . . Whole team enjoys the trip to Southern Ohio

Chaminade 47 - Stivers 0 Bengals use freak formations to try . to stop Chaminade's machine .. . Gaining momentum through the periods, Eagles collect points . . . Hess breaks for first touchdown . . . Zimmerman and Schell make great catches . . . Raiff makes touchdown on punt return as team blocks magnificently . .

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FIRST ROW - D. Staley, L. Smith, R. pfahler, R. Fecher, D. Sweetman, C. Porler, D. Evans . SECOND ROW - B. Trick, R. Rath, D. Stembley, J. Kauth, T. Geis, T. O'Donnell, D. Hess, Turbay . THIRD ROW - Coach Tom Shillilo, E. Koehnen, R. Lemmons, E. Borgerl; R. Brown, D. Ross, L. Hickey, C. Zuhl, K. Lemmons, Coach Rollie Myers. FOURTH ROW - C. Vahle, E. Sanders, G. Axe, J. Bawidamann, C. Ginn, J . Trick, J. Ewald.

Although their record is not impressive, the reserves can take pride in the fact that for a group of lads who d idn't know much football, they always tried their best and wanted to learn. The youthfulness and the inexperience of the club was due in great measure to the entire backfield which was made up of Freshmen. Clem Porter and Babe Perkins operated at the Quarterback slot and called signals for the Notre Dame box, the short punt, and the T formation. Jerry Kauth, Don Hess and Red Rath, as well as the other hard running backs were always there with plenty of fight! Up on the £ron.t line Pat Sanders and Yahle held end positions . Koehnen, Borgert 'and Ginn were at the tackle posts, with Trick, Hickey and Axe as guards i Lemons at center.

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To sit on the side lines and plot carefully the scores and individual plays is no easy job. A charter is the man behind the team working for the benefit of the Athletic Department and the improvement of the individual athlete. His only source of glory comes when the jubilant fans swarm him for the game statistics. High from the p ress box he views all, but he can't take time out for emotional displays. His eyes are glued to the ball, numbers and refs.

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Always in a rush, always making final pregame arrangements and always the last to leave after finishing his duties ' after a game this is the life of the manager. By their hard work and willingness to serve, the managers characterized the winning Eagles. On the spot to help the team and the coach with equipment, tees and tape, t hese are the Chaminade Managers.

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Finishing under an even percentage this year's squad failed to make an impressive season's record but established a third place position in the Big Eight Championship race. The team went down in defeat to rugged teams. When meeting opponents with an equal amount of height and experience they showed impressively. Victories over Cincinnati Purcell, Roosevelt, and Fairview proved that the Eagles had plenty of fight and winning spirit. Although in many defeats, the team was never disgraced and fought and worked hard. Real credit should be given to those senior members who resigned from the squad when they saw that more benefit would be derived if the underclassmen were allowed to gain valuable experience in action. With this year's tough competition behind them, Coach Rollie Myers and the team can look forward to next year with promise of better results.

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FIRST ROW - O. Perkins, J . Keleman, D. Knapke , W . Ebert, C. K1ee, R. Meacham. SECOND ROW -

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The Chaminade Bowlers are big-time operators now at Chaminade High School. They have had a very active season this year. Recreation Alley on Sunday night is colored with the enthusiasm which usually characterizes the Green and White. Under the directorship of Mr. Joe Miller and Mr. Robert Dyke, members of the Chaminade Fathers' Club, the keglers ~ave shown a fine cooperative spirit. Brother George McKenzie acted as Faculty Advisor and coordinator, while senior Robert Reid, a high-point man, held position of school-captain.

R. Reid, P. Ryan, J. Schweickart, J . Henz, J . Federspiel.

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One of the main highlights of the seas-o n was the Father-Sons Tournament held on Sunday afternoon, December 28th. Some sixty Chaminade bowlers and their Dads participated. First prize went to the Conradys, second to Henz and Brinkman, third to Balsky and J . Fitzgerald, fourth to Mock and Klawon, fifth to Mr. Siefert and his son Norman.

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During the season, the FIVE. J's lead the league with 40 wins and 14 defeats . Federspiel, Schweickart, Ryan, Henz and Reid were the high-point seniors who kept. the FIVE J's in the winning streak. Bob Reid, one of . the executives for the Chaminade Bowlers League was a high-point man, .leading both leagues with a 161 point individual score. In the National League, the JUNIOR STAR r were leaders. Senior, Joe Gabor had the highest l1dividual score with 154 points. He was closely fo ' lOwed by Junior, Lee Toht, with a score of 148. At the close of the season single and double tournaments were sponso;ed, and later members participated in the National Telegraphic contest. From the looks of the 1947-48 Bowling season, and the popularity and enthusiasm of this w inter sport for many Chaminade students, we can assuredly say that the Green and White "strikes and spares" are here to stay. Good luck to the future !

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STARS F. Morro, D. Zimmerle, J . Templelon, G. Aiple, R. Conrady. JUNIOR STARS L. ToM, R. Wille, N. Sieler!, J. Gough, J. Gabor.


Carl Yung, Charley Searle, Tim Boggan, Bob Benning.

Bob Holycross, Jack Pfeiffer, Dick Staley, Bernie Trick.


It seems only yesterday that we first entered the now familiar halls of Chaminade to register as freshmen. It was a new experience. For most of us it was our first contact with the Society of Mary. It was the first time we had gone to school away from our own neighborhood. We were nervous, but we were proud, for we were now from Chaminade. The year 1944-45 we began to learn what it is like to be "J oe High School." We joined the News Staff, the library workers. We made new friends for a new life. Our frosh basketball team swept the city competition. For us the big occasion was Freshman Night when we showed off some of our knowledge. As studious Sophs we came to have a place in the red brick building on Ludlow and Franklin Streets. Our division led the school for the Turkey, Marianist and Canned Food for Europe drives. We supported the Holy Name Rally at U. of D. and the Minstrel "Moonlight Frolics." Our football team had a perfect record, while our basketball team was city champions. As So phs we did our share in athletics. Our numbers were increased by Latin Schoolers who soon received the ways of we oldtimers. Upperclassmen we became. We began to specialize and follow a set program that would help us in our chosen occupation. We not only branched out in studies but in social life as well. We gave the seniors their prom and we crowded in at Cayoda for the Victory and Mardi Gras Dances. The trip to Massillon with our champion football team will never be forgotten. 1948, the Big Year at last. Our football and basketball teams showed the ability and spirit typical of Chaminade squads. The year seemed to pass overnight. The members of the honor societies were announced. A senior class led in nearly every activity, Turkey drive, Marianist drive. Senior "Men obout town" predominated at all the dances. The prom was a success not equalled in many years. Graduation, the black robes. Being proud because we made the grade, but thoughtful because we are now alumni, no longer students of Chaminade. The Eagle lies before you, the record of our high school career is finished. However, the history of the Class of '48 is just beginning. At Chaminade we learned what a successful Catholic should do in the world and how to do it. The record will show how we have done. Bro. James has said so often, "Make Good" - "We Will." Mary Calls, we must make good!

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William 1. Anderson 710 Hodapp Avenue, 10 Antonio S. Anticoli 112 Beverly Place, 9 Maurice B. Aufderheide 659 Pritz Avenue, 10 . Frank J. Baldassare 529 Odlin Drive, 5 Donald J. Banford 1824 Pershing Blvd., 10 Robert J. Barnwell 534 Geyer Street, 5 George M. Bauer 710 Xenia Avenue, 10 George E. Baujan 2069 Rustic Road, 5 William R. Behringer 1630 S. Main Street, 9 Dominic J . Bertino 723 Faulkner A venue, 7 Thomas Blandi 4914 N. Dixie Drive, 5 Jean H. Blessing 42 Brandt Street, 4 Joseph R. Boggan 1458 Glendale Avenue, 6 John C. Bramlage 717 Well meier Avenue, 10 Charles E. Brant 1015 Old Orchard Avenue, 5 Robert T. Bresnin 2112 Elsmere Avenue, 6 N qrman P. Brinkman 223 Briarcliff Road, 5 John F. Buchholz 5548 Markey Road, 5 Charles W. Bulpin 2225 Revere Avenue, 10 Donald A. Burns 722 St. Nicholas Avenue, 10 William J . Butler 1243 Wilson Drive, 7 Frank J . Caldwell 660 Wilfred Avenue, 10 Lewis N. Cash 605 Nicholas Road, 7 Robert E. Caulfield 615 Piqua Place, 7 Timothy Connair 610 Hodapp Avenue, 10 Michael H. Cooper 28 E. Bruce Avenue, 5 Eugene Cordonnier 139 Orchard Springs Rd., 5 Jeptha J. Crouch ' 545 Telford Avenue, 9 James H. Cunningham 114 Peach Orchard Rd., 9 Robert J. Daniszewski 276 Alton Avenue, 4 Lester W. Didier 317 Gunckel Avenue, 10

Gregory H. Dietz 132 Jasper Street, 9 Robert D. Dineen 701 Grafton Avenue, 6 Peter Dodaro 260 S. Henry Street, 3 Edward P. Domsitz 1620 W . Riverview Avenue, 7 â&#x20AC;˘ John P. Donovan 60 Bell Street, 3 Jerome C. Drummer 126 Henry Street, 10 James E. Egalite 21 Field Lane, Skyway Park Osborn, Ohio John Thurston Egan 2721 S. Fourth Street, 2 Richard J . Eisenhauer 530 Grafton Avenue, 6 Lee C. Falke 835 Hampshire Rd., 9 Bernard J. Faulkner 4750 N. Main Street, 5 Robert E. Fecke 555 Anna Street, 7 John F. Federspiel 1246 Vernon' Drive, 7 Paul W. Fischer 230 Rita Street, 4 , ' . . Thomas J : Fitzgerald 733 Gondert St~eet, 3 Daniel' M. Fleml~g ...... , 113 Cambridge Ave~ue, 6 Arthur F, Folino 330 Stone mill Road, 9 Clifford P. Fricke 418 Santa Cruz Avenue, 10 Harmon Frohmuth 213 Hopeland Avenue, 8 John E. Fulwiler 300 Cherry Drive, 5 Joseph J. Gabor 613 Walton Avenue, 7 Daniel 1. Gaston 300 W . Siebenthaler Ave., 5 Thomas G. Girard 114 Colorado Avenue, 10 Ralph E. Glaser 220 Sandhurst Drive, 5 Henry Goldschmidt 3618 Woodbine Avenue, 10 Walter W. Gombert 640 Delaware Avenue, 5 Thomas J . Gregory 117 S. Torrence Street, 3 Marion J. Guess 573 S. Paul Avenue, 10 Thomas E. Hagan 1332 W. Fairview Avenue, 6 William E. HaUeman 30 Grandin Road, 9 Thomas 1. Hampton 120 S. Monmouth Street, 3 '

Eugene H. Haupt 222 Steele Avenue, 3 Walter J . Heberle 424 Neal Avenue, 5 Charles A. Heider 116 Burkhardt Avenue, 3 Eugene E. Henz 1901 Pershing Blvd., 10 John J. Henz 1242 Catalpa Drive, 7 Richard E. Henz 1805 Glen Road, 10 Edward J . Hess 3815 Addison Avenue, 5 Giles 1. Hoefler 2101 Riverside Drive, 5 Ronald C. Hoke 259 Alton Avenue, 4 Robert Holycross 219 Medford Street, 9 James P. Horch 164 Steele Avenue, 3 William J. Hovey 2856 Norton Avenue, 10 Conran L. Huelsman 1209 Pursell Avenue, 10 Robert 1. Hunt 1016 Brown Street, 9 William E. Huth 1516 Brown Street, 9 Edward F. Jauch 1107 Amherst Place, 6 Raymond E. Johnson 1035 Epworth Avenue, 10 ' James F. Johnston 219 Rockwood Avenue, 5 Edward C. Kappeler 221 Shaw Avenue, 5 Gerald T. Karl 2626 E. Fifth Street, 3 Eugene J. Kauth 51 Vermont Avenue, 4 James S. Kawsky 611 Rockford Avenue, 5 David L. Kelble 3027 E. Fourth Street, 3 John F. King 2038 Emerson Avenue, 6 David A. Knese 346 Telford Avenue, 9 Marvin J. Kobes 733 Edgemont Avenue, 8 William J . Koehler 2301 Revere Avenue, 10 John J . Koehnen 261 Niagara Avenue, 5 John P. Koepnick 1621 Fauver Avenue, 10 John A. Koerner 628 Wilfred Avenue, 10 Raymond J. Koester 2146 Mapleview Avenue, 10 Page

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Richard E. Kohler 125 E. Bruce Avenue, 5 Orner J. Korte 1614 Alberta Street, 9 Ralph E. Kothman 428 Clover Street, 10 Anthony W. Kramer 229 Volusia Avenue, 9 Carl W. Kremer 327 Willowood Drive, 5 Thomas Lambre 760 N . Summit Street, 7 Paul A. Lee . 3210 E. Third Street, 3 Paul M. Lee 917 Ferguson Avenue, 7 James J. Lehmann 731 S1. Nicholas Avenue, 10 James E. Leibold 527 Kenwood Avenue, 6 William J. Leyes 317 Lonsdale Avenue, 9 Rexford J . Link 139 McReynolds Street, :s Russell Long 625 Smith Street, 8 John F. Lyons 128 Fillmore Street, 10 Joseph H. Mastbaum 307 S1. Louis A venue, 5 Eugene E. Mauch 915 Patterson Rd., 9 Dominic Mauro 43 Fluhart Avenue, 8 Donald F. Meyer 1146 Beaumont Avenue, 10 Richard 1. Meyer 808 Carlisle Avenue, 10 Lawrence J. Miller 137 Dover Street, 10 Paul 1. Miltner 631 St. Paul Avenue, 10 John E. Minch 518 Five Oaks Street, 6 Charles E. Mischler 1112 Carlisle Avenue, 10 Norman J. Monnin R.R. 11, Box 583, 7 Donald E. Moorman 127 Church Street, 10 Raymond J . Mullins 2119 E. Third Street, 3 Elmer C. Murphy 334 W. First Street, 2 William B. Murphy R.R. 9, Box 776, 3 Alfred H. McCluskey 300 Kenwoo~ Avenue, 5 Eugene E. McMahon , 2225 King Avenue, 10 Constahtine A. Neugebauer H.Q. AMC, Wright Field Dayton, Ohio

James E. Nyhan 2142 University Drive, 6 Eugene P. Omlor 234 Rita Street, 4 David 1. Pfeiffer 921 Ferndale Avenue, 6 John J . Pfeiffer 2439 Wyoming Street, 10 PaulL. Poeppelman 337 Bolander Avenue, 8 Eugene H. Porter R.R. 4, Box 265, 9 Charles A . Rector 1121 Pursell Avenue, 10 Robert V. Reid 336 Bolander A venue, 8 John E. Riley 944 Vernon Drive, 7 Shearl Roberts 249 Henry Street, 3 Charles H. Russell 724 Rockford A venue, 5 James E. Ryan 1902 Riverview Avenue, 7 Chester C. Schaaf 1117 Kammer Avenue, 7 Frederick Schaefer 24 Hopeland A venue, 8 Eugene T. Schamel 28 Patterson Road, 9 Richard E. Schell 49 Seminary A venue, 3 William C. Schirmer 759 Greenlawn Avenue, 3 Paul E. Schmidt 1302 Patterson Road, 10 James C. Schoeffmann 325 Township Line Road, 5 Noel F. Schwartz 204 Kammer Avenue, 7 Gale R. Schwarzman 36 Fillmore Street, 10 John J. Schweikart 759 N. Summit Street, 7 Donald G. Schweller 1502 Gummer Avenue, 3 Thomas G. Schweiterman 701 Gondert Avenue, 3 Robert G. Seifert 6 Catherine Street, 2 Thomas W . Seuffert 3410 Wellington Drive, 10 Robert J. Shroyer 229 McClure Street, 3 James L. Simpkins 1617 Huffman Avenue, 3 Jerome A. Smith 1219 Creighton Avenue, 10 Mark J . Smith 1245 Cumberland Avenue, 6 Michael Smith 37 Woodland Avenue, 9

Paul E. Smith 243 Indiana Avenue, 10 Neil A. Sommers 813 Harvard Blvd., 6 Wilbur J. Spatz 704 Bowen Street, 10 Raymond J. Spieler 811 Highland Avenue, 10 JOhn T. Stachler 316 E. Herman Avenue, 5 Donald V : Staudter Box 514, R.R. 9, 3 Robert C. Stoll 828 Xenia Avenue, 10 Carl J . Suhr 17 Woodsdale Road, 3 James P. Templeton 906 Bowen Street, 10 Charles D. Thill . 100 Chambers Street, 9 Thomas A. Thoma 36 Dover Street, 10 Richard F. Thomas 25 Fountain Avenue, 5 James V. Tieman 73 Gramont A venue, 7 Walter J. Trimbach 1420 Ohmer Avenue, 10 Richard B. Troxel 65 Emmett Street, 5 John R. Waldren 120 Burkhardt Avenue, 3 Philip G. Walter 213 Hall Avenue, 4 Arthur P. Wasmuth 292"0 N. Main Street, 5 Donald L. Watren 125 Sherman Street, 3 William D. Watson 127 E. Elmwood Avenue, 5 John J . Weber 843 St. Nicholas Avenue, 10 Richard E. WencIewicz 337 S1. Nicholas Avenue, 10 Thomas H. Westendorf 19 Seminary Avenue, 3 John F. Willman 131 Xenia .Avenue, 10

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Alfred E. Wissman 13 S. Harbine Avenue, 3 Charles F. Woeste 255 Indiana Avenue, 10 James J. Wuebben 2902 E. Fourth Street, 3 John A. Zengel R.R. 7, Box 295-A, 9 Charles E. Zimmer 32 Virginia Avenue, 10 Richard C. Zimmerm\ln 1023 Carlisle Avenue, 10


IN APPRECIATION The · members of the Class of 1948 wish to express their sincere thanks to all those who helped to make this edition of the Eagle a reality. THE CINCINNATI LITHOGRAPHING COMPANY THE EWING-GALLOWAY COMPANY THE FACULTY OF CHAMINADE HIGH SCHOOL THE PATRONS AND ADVERTISERS IN THE EAGLE BROTHER FRED F. MATHUES, OUR FACULTY ADVISER BROTHER WILLIAM ANDERSON, S.M. PETER CHMIELEWSKI, '50 ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE '48 EAGLE STAFF BROTHER JOSEPH CONCANNON, S.M. WOLFE STUDIOS, DAYTON, OHIO MR. JOHN HINKLE AND THE SENIORS WHO HELPED· TO SOLICIT ADS AND PATRONS

The Graduates of '48 I. Connair. Timothy ___ ___________________$476.00 3. Smith,

8. Donovan, John _____ _. ____ . __ 62_00

Mark __.. ___ ._. __ .. _.110.00

5. Huth, William _._ . _. __. __. __ 75,00 6. Pfeiffer, John _. _____ __ __ ___ ._ 65.00

9 . Blessing, Jean ___ . ____ __ __ ,- 60.00

92.00

7_ McCloskey, Albert ._. _.. __ 64.00

10. Cunningham, James ___ . __ 60.00

Schoeffman, James ........................ 22.00 Wasmuth, Paul .............................. 22.00 Zimmer, Charles _................. _..... _... 22.00 Butler, William .............................. 20.00 Lee, Paul A ................................. _. 20.00 Schirmer, William ........ _.... _...... _... 20.00 Schwarzmann, Gale ...... _........... _... 20.00 Thomas, Richard ............................ 20.00 Didior, Lester ................................ 15.00 Eisenhauer, Richard ......__ .......... __.. 15.00 HenI, Eugene .................... _... _.....__ .. 15.00 HenI, Richard ...... _...__................ _... 15.00 Sommers, Neil .................._....._.. _.. 15.00 WenclewicI, Richard .......... .._....... 15.00 Wissman , Alfred .................... _....... 15.00 Wuebben , James ............ _............. 15.00 Bertino, Dominic ............................ 14.00 Cooper, Michael ............................ 14.00 Heberle, Walter .............. _.... _...... _. 12.50 Moorman, Donald .......................... 12.50 Riley, John ............ _....... _............... 12.50 Zengel, John .................... _............. 12.50 . Anticoli, Antonio .......................... 12.mr Fulwiler, John ................................ 12.00 Hagan, Thomas ................... _...... _... 12.00 Troxel, Richard .......................... _... 12 .00 Barnwell, Robert ............ _............. _. 10.00 Crouch, Jeptha .............................. 10.00 Egan, John _................. _................... 10.00 Fecke, Robert ................... _...._....... 10.00 Gregory, Thomas _......................... _. 10.00 Heider , Charles ............................ 10.00 Kawsky, James ......_..................._... 10.00 King, John ........ _... __ .........._...... ___ .... 10.00 Koehnen, John ................ _._ ............. 10.00 Koester, Raymond _ ........... _............ 10.00 Kohler, Richard ............. _.............. 10.00 Lambra , Thomas ................... _...._... 10.00

Mastbaum, Joseph _........... _...... _... 10.00 Mischlerm, Charles _................. __ .. 10.00 Mullins , Raymond .......................... 10.00 Omlor, Eugene ........ _........... _..... _... 10.00 Rector, Allen .. _......... _..... __ ....._...... 10.00 Schell, Richard ....... _.... __ ...._....._._.. _ 10.00 Schweiterman , Thomas __ ............ __.. 10.00 Simpkins, James .. _.... _... _.............. _. 10.00 Smith, Jerome ._.... _._.... __.... ___ ... _... _ 10.00 Stoll, Robert _................._._..... __ ..__ .. 10.00 Waldren, John ._...... _..... __... __...__ .... 10.00 Guess, Marion ,._...._._........_._... ___..... 7.50 Johnston, Farrell ...... __....... _... _.... __ .. 7.50 Anderso·n, Will iam .__..... __ ... __ ...__ .. 5.00 Baldassare, Frank ._...._....... _.. __ ...... 5.00 Boggan, Joseph ._.... _....... _.... _.... __ ._ 5.00 Bramlage , Jack ._........... __ ...._._ .._.... _ 5.00 Bresnin , Robert ....... _........... ___ ..__ .... 5.00 Dietz, Gregory ...... _....... _... __ ...._.. _. 5.00 Dineen, Robert ._ ....__ .......... __ ..... __ ... 5.00

2_ Gombert,

Walter ___ __.. __ .I72.00

4. Brinkman, Norman ... . _.. _

Hallerman, William .................... _. 59.50 Jauch, Edward .............................. 59 .50 Falke , Lee, Alternate ........ _..... _..... 57.00 Murphy, William, Treasurer ...... 55.00 Schmidt, Paul ................................ 55.00 Watson, William .......................... 52.50 Leibold , James, Secretary _....... 50.00 BuchholI, John, Vice-President ...... 49.00 Leyes, William ........................ _..... 47.50 Hoke, Ronald _................................. 47.00 Tieman, James .............................. 47.00 Link. Rexford ......_.................. _........ 45.00 Miltner, Paul _............ _...._............... 45.00 Seuffert, Thomas _............. _ ... _.... :... 45.00 Behringer, William ..... ................. 44.00 Porter, Gene ............_..................... 42.50 Glaser, Ralph ................................ 40.00 Poeppelman, Paul ........................ 37.00 Blandi, Thomas ........................ _..... 35.00 Girard, Thomas _........... _................. 35.00 Hoefler, Matt .................. _.... _........ 35.00 Kappeler, Edward ........................ 35.00 Pfeiffer, David ............_......... .......... 35.00 Mauro, Dominic .......... ........ _......... 32 .00 Brant, Charles ............. _.................. 30.00 Bulpin, Charles ........................ _..... 30.00 Cordonnier, Eugene .. _................. _. 30.00 Fitzgerald, Thomas ........ _.... _.......... 30.00 Thoma, Thomas _............................. 30.00 Willman, John ..............._............ _... 30.00 Koepnick, Jack _...... _...... _............... 29.00 Banford , Donald _......_..... _...... _....... 27.00 Roberts, Shearl , President_........... 27.00 Kelble, David ...... _....... _..............._... 25.00 Shroyer, Robert ............. _.............. 25.00 Smith, Michael ._ ...... _..................... 25.00 Koerner, John ............ _........•........_. 24.60 Kothman, Ralph ............................ 22.00 Minch, John ............_....................... 22 .00

Drummer,

Jerome •....._.................

Haupt, Gene ._ ...... _.... _...... __ ..__ .... ___ Hunt, Robert ............. _...... _.... __ ... __ .. Johnson , Raymond __.......... __...._._... Knese, David ........ _... _....._. __ .. ___ ..__ ._ Kobes, Marvin ........ _... __ ...._._........ _ Kramer, Anthony .............. _...__ ...... _. Kremer, Carl .. _..... _...__ ...... _... _.....___. Lee, Paul M. _........_.. _....._. __ ....._..__ ._ Lehman , James ......_._......_.._._._.____ McMahon, Eugene ._...... __ ... _...... __ .. Meyer, Donald ...... _............... _. __ .... Russell, Charles .. _.... _...... __.. __ ...... __ Schaaf, Chester ._ ...... __ .. __ .... __ .. _._... Schaefer, Frederick __...._....... _.... __. Schwaller, Donald _. __........_....... __ .. Spatz, Wilbur .... _... __..........._.......... Westendorf, Thomas ____ ._. __ ... ___.... Zimmerman, Richard _. __._.__

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CONGRATULATIONS TOT H EeL A.S S

OF

1948

.. . The ...

CHAMINADE FATHERS and MOTHERS CLUB

.ge 120


... PATRONS ... GARRISON MACHINE WORKS

WALTER A. REILING, M.D.

MARKS DRY GOODS

MOOSBRUGGER DRUG CO. Herman Ave. & Main St.

J. KENNETH KINSLER C. W. BARSTOW & FAMILY A FRIEND W. E. STOECKLEIN MR. & MRS. FRANK J. KOERNER MR. PAUL D. KOERNER EILERMAN'S LUNCH 1221 Wyoming St. J. B. TEKAMP 1821 Wyoming St. EARL D. CREAGER-CONTRACTOR MR. & MRS. ROBERT C. RENNER 560 W. Siebenthaler Ave. JANET KUNTZ WEILER WELDING CO., INC. 324 E. Second St. THE FINKE ENGINEERING CO. 114 S. Perry MR. & MRS. JO RO SCHROLL SENIOR

"c"

THE C. H. GOSIGER CO. HAUER MUSIC SHOP HARRY'S SERVICE 1901 N. Main

A. HIRSHELNER, M.D. Fidelity Building

BEN WESTBROCK MR. & MRS. M. D. DINEEN A FRIEND HARRY POTASKEY-JEWELERS 15 East Fifth St. MERRILL W. BANFORD BERNIE B. SELLS 1300 Richard St. EMIL'S BARBER SHOP 4908 N. Dixie Dr. KESSEN'S FOOD MARKET 1902 Wyoming St. "HOU-DEE" DRY CLEANERS 1812 Wyoming St. RUSSELL DENTAL LABORATORY VALLEY INN 227 Valley St. F. H. BICKFORD CO. LOUIS A. WARTINGER A FRIEND MEYER DRUGS 2022 N. Main St. LACY'S MARKET CLASS OF '49 -

"3-D"

HERMAN J. RAIFF SCHIFF'S SHOES

WILLIAM R. LOVE, M.D. BORCHERS AUTO COMPANY

PHEIFFER SHOE REPAIR CO. SALEM APPLIANCES, INC.

THE LEWIS MOTOR MART CO. 30 I-II East Second St.

WEST-SIDE LUMBER CO.

A FRIEND

PEEL'S PASTRIES

DR. R. E. FERGUSON

STALEY'S CLEANERS

PAUL LEE-INVESTMENTS

DENIS STUDIO 133 So. Lullow St.

DOCTORS SNOW, TYE & BROGAN MR. & MRS. ROBERT E. BRESNIN DR. & MRS. LEO H. HOERSTING

JOSEPH I. HINDERS FITCH POULTRY MARKET Arcade

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... PATRONS ... PUSCH PLUMBING CO.

DR. DANEIL J. DeBORD 924 Miami Savings Bldg.

DR. & MRS. EDWARD DUFFY ADAM ZENGEL, CONTRACTOR

L. WILLIAMS 3230 E. 3rd St.

MR. & MRS. FRANK L. NENESIK

.MR. & MRS. CARROLL A. HOCKWALT

MR. & MRS. HENRY BECK ROBERT J. WARTINGER LEONARD F. ANDERSON 710 Hodapp Ave.

KLEIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 763-65 Troy St. DONALD E. BRUNE

W. A. KRAMER

SHOCK'S SWEET SHOP 505 Troy St.

MR. & MRS. GREGORY DIETZ

MR. H. W. OMLOR

MR. & MRS. RALPH BALDASSARE

MRS. ROSE PLEIMAN

LOUIS .KLEIN

SILVER ELECTRIC CO.

CLARENCE A. ANGERER

MRS. VINCENT DRUFNER

BEST WISHES OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL

MRS. CHARLES P. EISENHAUER

OLD ORCHARD FARM Spring Valley, Ohio

SHILOH SUPER MARKET

SCHNEBLE PHARMACY

RED, WHITE & BLUE BILLIARDS ACADEMY

PARLETTE'S GARAGE 2141 10th Ave., Northridge

D. LOFTINO & SON

ALBERT J. KNESE

VALLO'S GROCERY DIXIE DOODLE CONFECTIONERY 4914 N. Dixie Dr.

THE DAYTON DRESS CO.

JOS.H. BRINKMAN

C. W. ZIMMERMAN

NORMAN P. BRINKMAN, "48"

WAYNE COLORPLATE CO. OF OHIO

COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND

DRS. WOLVERTON & KRUG

WASHER LANE 8 South Jefferson St.

DR. L. J. DEGER, D.D.S.

GRAUL'S 5 & 10 Wayne at Arbor

DR. H. F. DOENCH, D.D.S.

DOC'S CORNER CAFE 500 Westwood Ave.

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P. W. TAPPAN

C. J. SAWYER, D.D.S. WARNING HARDWARE 3703 Wayne Ave.

PAINTS

CARL W. WEBER

MR. & MRS. LOWELL C. GEORGE

MR. & MRS. F. A. MISCHLER

BEN H. SMITH, SHERIFF

MR. & MRS. RAY R. HUNT STOECKLEI N CAFE

THE GARDEN STORE 107-109 East 3rd St.

THIEROLF AND PRESS

NORTH RIVERDALE POKER CLUB

A FRIEND

AUNT MARY'S CAFETERIA

A FRIEND

CRAMER'S SERVICE STATION

MR. & MRS. WILBUR SPATZ

COMPLIMENTS OF ROYAL JEWELERS


... PATRONS ... TASTY PANTRY RESTAURANT

REV. PAUL F. LEIBOLD

THE FRANKLIN USED CAR CO.

REV. CLARENCE LEIBOLD

A FRIEND

DICK'S MARKET

MILLER'S SOUTH END 'PHARMACY

YASSENOFF'S MARKET

SCHIML CLEANERS & DYERS 4513 N. Dixie Drive

COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND

MR. & MRS. W. SCOTT FOX BEST WISHES OF "2-A"

MR. & MRS. CLEM

J.

SCHNEBLE

MR. & MRS. J. J. LEFF

MR. & MRS. E. J. SCHIRMER

RUM MAN'S MARKET 3123 Linden Ave.

MR. & MRS. E. F. SCHWELLER

DR. & MRS. N. J. BIRKBECK

EAT-A-BITE LUNCH 1330 Xenia Ave. -

THE VILLAGE DELICATESSEN 1900 Watervliet Ave.

611 Linden Ave.

DR. & MRS. HERBERT COMMERER PALAMAR CLEANERS 243 Troy St. MR. & MRS. E. W. HALLERMAN COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND DR. J. ROY BOGGAN

A. J. SPRAUER I 128 Creighton Ave. SUMMERS & SONS GROCERY 2905 Smithville Rd. MR. & MRS. WM. C. SEUFFERT MR. & MRS. J. M. KELBLE ED & ART SERVICE STATION MR. & MRS. JOHN P. DONOVAN A FRIEND MOLER ICE CREAM CO. STEIN'S FOOD MARKET 701 Valley St. WENDELL'S SHOE STORE 828 Cincinnati St.

CHAS. R. BROWN 1015 Brown St. THE RUBICON PHARMACY Brown & Irving Ave. LU'S QUALITY CLEANERS 1407 So. Smithville Rd. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND MR. L. S. SACKSTEDER AM AN & CO.-JEWELERS 19 S. Ludlow ROBERT BRAND MR. & MRS. JOS. L. LEIBOLD DAYTON-OAKWOOD PRESS DR. & MRS. BEN M. HARLAN 700 Xenia Avenue MR. & MRS. J. F. BUCHHOLZ A FRIEND TONY'S ONE HOUR CLEANERS DAVIS DELICATESSEN THE SPED-FRESH COMPANY

LEO B. GLASER FOOD MARKET Cincinnati & Stewart St.

THE BLOMMEL SIGN CO.

EDGEMONT FRUIT MARKET 910 Cincinnati St.

STEINBACH & STEINBACH, D.C:S

ALLODI'S MARKET

COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND

WORMAN'S MARKET 2819 W. 2nd St.

K. L. COATE-:-WALLPAPER & PAINT 1925 North Main Street

FOX CLEANERS

BOWMAN JANITOR SUPPLY CO.

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路 . . to greater responsibilities

YOUR

diploma is a passport that marks the begin-

ning of your journey toward the greate~ responsibilities of active citizenship. Today you follow the footsteps of other Dayton school graduates who have contributed to the economic. social. and cultural progress of this community. The education that you received at Chaminade High School is a foundation upon which you may build a successful career in any line of endeavor.

THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMP ANY


Compliments

of

DAYTON GYM CLUB

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This year . .. and every year

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ACE MFG. CO. Automatic Screw Machine Products 915 VALLEY STREET

THE WM. FOCKE'S SONS CO. QUALITY MEATS and LARD FOR FIFTY YEARS

DAYTON. OHIO

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Compliments of

MAIN APPLIANCE CO. 2212 N. MAIN STREET

Steinway Piano

Hammond Organ

Capehart

RCA

Solovox

Magnavox

RECORDS POPULAR

CLASSICAL

PHONO-RADIO COMBINATIONS

ANDERSON PIANO CO. 114 N_ MAIN ST_

136 S. MAIN STREET

Yes. Indeed. for the SHOES You Like FOLLOW THE GANG TO

SCHIFF'S SHOES 20 EAST THIRD STREET 11 EAST FIFTH STREET

Open 5:00 A. M. until 2:00 A. M. -

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7 Days

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Best Wishes to the Class of '48 The World of Tomorrow is you rs to build. As you join the ranks of Chaminade Alumni, may you follow those traditions which have made graduates of other years the Civic and

The Strong Right Arm of sup""SrnJice

Industrial leaders of today.

THE JOYCE-CRIDLAND CO. Builders of LIFTING EQUIPMENT for 75 Years

Howard Paper Mills, Inc. AETNA PAPER

co.,

Dayton, O.

HOWARD PAPER CO., Urbana, O.

COM'PLIMENTS OF

L. A. KEM PE R

MAXWELL PAPER CO., Franklin, O. DAYTON ENVELOPE CO~, Dayton, O.

Choice of Dayton'.s Teen-Agers ROYAL CRO'W N COLA

Compliments of NEHI-PAR-T-PAK- UPPER 10

THE F. H. BICKFORD CO. NEHI " BOTTLING CO. ME 3536

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WHITE ALLEN CHEVROLET CO. 442 North Main

HE 4611

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DAYTON'S LARGEST DEALER

The Best Deal in Town

COMPLIMENTS

... of ... •

1948

4D

JEAN H. BLESSING, President T. EGAN, Vice-President

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C. RUSSELL, Treasurer

E. HAUPT, Secretary

W. ANDERSON

F. CALDWELL

J. FEDERSPEIL

A. KRAMER

R. SPElLER

F. BALDASSARE

R. CAULFIELD

P. FISCHER

W. LEYES

R. STEPHENS

D. BANFORD

J. CUNNINGHAM

J. GINAN

E. MAUCH

R. STOL:L

G. BAUER

L. DIDIER

E. HAUPT

L. MILLER

P. WALTER

T. BLANDI

G. DEITZ

E. HENZ

R. REID

P. WASMUTH

J. BLESSING

J. DRUMMER

R. HOLYCROSS

J. RILEY

D. WATREN

N. BRINKMAN

J. EGAN

C. HUELSMAN

C. RUSSELL

J. WUEBBEN

D. BURNS

R. FECKE

R. KOHLER

G. SCHWARTZMAN

J. ZENGLE


Compliments

of

GEM CITY ELEVATOR WORKS, INC. 15 Keowee St.

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DAYTON, OHIO

Manufacturers of

PASSENGER and FREIGHT ELEVATORS ELECTRIC and OIL HYDRAULIC

FRANK BARLOW CANDY COMPANY WHOLESALE

Candy - Cigarettes - Tobacco - Fountain Service FU 1371

123 E. FOURTH STREET

MIAMI MOTOR SALES INC. QUALITY USED CARS 30-DAY GUARANTEE -

711

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FU 0814

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Distributors RAWLINGS ... ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT

CHAMINADE School Sweaters in Stock "Where Sportsmen Serve Sportsmen" FIRST and JEFFERSON

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'age 132

Frank Kronauge, Jr. INSURANC~

ULLRICH DRUG STORE

623-624 Mutual Home Bldg.

801 LEXINGTON

FU 2162

Best Wishes -

Houser's Pharmacy PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST 761 Troy Street

Phone. FU 5825

Class of '48

LION STORE

DAYTON'S COMPLETE STORE FOR MEN

DAYTON, OHIO

130- i 40 S. Jefferson St.

CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '48 BEST

D & L Sales & Service

WISHES

••• OF •••

HEATING - AIR CONDITIONING

A FRIEND

COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION 139 Fillmore Street

KE 5978

CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '48

CLIFF'S PARTY SUPPLY

MULTIGRAPH SALES AGENCY

2014 Smithville Road

J. R. KUBER, Sales Agent

ANYTHING from A to Z

III W. Third Street

DAYTON, OHIO

Drummer & Sloan Co.

BEER

WINE

ICE

COMPLIMENTS OF

DERBY'S CUT RATE

5 LARGE FOOD STORES 2046 Wayne Ave. "Nothing But The Best"

Mill er' s 5¢ to $1.00 Store

DAYTON 10, OHIO

NORTHRIDGE INN C. YOLK

3033 HOOVER AVE.

H. WRIGHT, Prop.

CORNER NEW TROY PIKE and FREDERICK PIKE


SANTO HARDWARE COMPLIMENTS OF PAINTS -

A FRIEND

HOUSEWARES

ROOFING -

SPOUTING

621 Xenia Ave.

KE 6621

ELECTRIC and GAS HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES

. APPLIANCE SHOP, Inc.

GOLDKAMP CO . 127 EAKER STREET

PHONOGRAPH RECORDS 509 Xenia Ave.

KE 2141

Greenwald's Greenhouse

Good Luck to the Class of '48

Member of the Florist Telegraph Delivery Association

AMES THEATRE

FLOWERS for ALL OCCASIONS

DAYTON'S

4725 N. Main St.

THEATRE BEAUTIFUL

RA 7401

FURST ... the Florist COMPLIMENTS OF FLOWERS •.• For... .

RODGERS & RODGERS

ALL OCCASIONS AD 6781

A FRIEND

1306 Troy Street

SCHA TTSCHNEIDER BAKERY, Inc. FOR BEITER BAKED GOODS Arcade Market -

Central Market

700 TROY STREET

ARBOR FIESTA Delicatessen FOUNTAIN -

SANDWICHES

Beringer Printing Co. 124 EAST THIRD STREET

DAIRY BAR JUTE BOX FU 1751 Arbor and Wayne Ave.

Page 133


age 134

WM. RIFE CO. JEWELERS 122 S. Ludlow Street

AD 2061

LIGHTING FIXTURES

APPLIANCES

Stanley Electrical Supply Company Wholesale Distributors

DAYTCN 2, CHIC

136 EAST THIRD ST.

BERT L. DAILY, Inc.

FU 8025

GENTILE PRODUCE CO.

ARTISTS' MATERIALS 33-37 SCUTH ST. CLAIR ST.

SIGN WRITERS' SUPPLIES 126 East Third Street

AD 6514

AD 4121

BEST WISHES!

Giambrone's Fruit Market

The Yore Supply Co.

3602 RIVERSIDE DRIVE

531 E. THIRD STREET DAYTCN, CHIC

Beigel Jewelers, Inc.

Knapp General Tire Service

20 NCRTH MAIN ST.

424-32 SCUTH MAIN ST. DAYTCN, CHIC

DAYTCN, CHIC

FU 1131

CCMPLIMENTS CF

SERVIS & BUHL Restaurant

FRCM

«

CLUB CAYODA

FU 4491 .

17 W. First Street

Geo. F. Sfrassberg

CCNGRATULATICNS TO. THE SENICRS

T. J. O'Neil

Home Equipment Co.

KING'S MARKET A REALLY GCCD FCCD STCRE

2016-18 E. Third Street HOME CF FINER APPLIANCES KE 4623

Cpen Evenings

1900 Brown Street DAYTCN 9, OHIO.

»


KE 6911

MA 5371

MARION'S

E. E. Nurrenbrock

Ice Cream -- Sandwich Shop

WHITE CLOVER DAIRY FARMS

2031 N. Main St., cor. Hudson

1742 East First St reet DAYTON, OHIO

THE BEST IN SANDWICHES AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE

Compliments of

FU 4641

WILLIAM R. BEHRINGER PAUL L. POEPPELMAN PAUL E. SCHMIDT RICHARD TROXEL WILLIAM D. WATSON

Budde Sheet Metal Works, Inc. 933 WASHINGTON ST. DAYTON, OHIO

BEST WISHES!

COMPLIMENTS OF

SHILOH TAVERN

National Home Bakery

5032 NORTH MAIN STREET

2223 W. THIRD ST.

TA 1248

ME 9401

COMPLIMENTS OF LOTS OF LUCK

SUSPENSKY'S CAFE

From

BOB and LOU

First and Keowee

AD 0251

DAYTON, OHIO

BEST WISHESI

THE DAYTON BUILDERS SUPPLY CO.

Wm. F. Seiser Agency KANSAS CITY LIFE INSURANCE CO. 21 1-12 Realty Bld9.

800 E. FIRST ST.

AD 3261

DAYTON 2, OHIO

Phone: HE 3161

COMPLIMENTS OF THE

Spraley Bros. Co., Inc.

WILLIAMS SHOE SHOP 1430 ARBOR AVE.

ROOFING -

INSULATION -

SIDING

400 E. Monument Ave.

Pa g e 135


QUALITY 路BAKERY COMPLIMENTS OF

BAKED GOODS At Your Grocery Store At REASONABLE PRICES

OlA'S MARKET

RETAI L STORE at 21 South Western

100 WATERVLIET AVE.

BIRTHDAY and WEDDING CAKES Our Specialty

COMPLIMENTS OF

FOOS CLARK'S CAFE

BEIGEL JEWELERS DOWNTOWN STORE

2400 E. THIRD ST.

FOUNTAIN SERVICE

CONFECTIONS

Simpkins Dairy Store

McSHANE'S GRill

1613 HUFFMAN AVE.

36 W. THIRD ST.

lEFELD'S Barber Shop

FECHER'S CAFE

3009 E. THIRD ST.

625 LORAIN AVE.

Blomfield Family Store 311-313 Troy Street DAYTON 4, OHIO

.ge 136

COMPLIMENTS OF

F. P. KAWSKY CO. METAL CUTTING TOOLS and GAGES 611 Rockford Ave.

Home of RED GOOSE SHOES

RA 2531

Bower's Greenhouse

Farmdale Market System

724 HAYNES ST.

17 EAST FIFTH STREET

KE 3125

DAYTON, OHIO


POPOVITZ 路 CAFE CORNER of RICHARD and HENRY STREETS

~

MILTNER

Sales and Service Station VULCANIZING - STARTER - IGNITION AUTO REPAIRS ani LUBRICATION 229 Xenia Ave., corner of .High St. DAYTON, OHIO

SACKSTEDER'S CAFETERIA

Lawrence H. Wapelhorst HARDWARE 2508 E. Fifth Street

1703 S. BROADWAY

KIRK'S VARIETY STORE

VIRGINIA CAFETERIA

348 TROY STREET

28 E. Third Street .

FU 9771

FOOD YOU WILL REMEMBER

COMPLIMENTS

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF '48

VICTOR DRUGS 3518 N. MAIN ST.

Chi - Rho - Lambda

WILLIAMS BROTHERS

COMPLIMENTS OF

ROOFING -

INSULATION

CONTRACTORS

GOOD

LUCK,

GRADS!

ROYAL CREST GUERNSEY FARMS 4603 SALEM AVE.

HOLDEN RESTAURANT Lor.a Pacey, Prop. Specialties: ITALIAN SPAGHETTI - STEAKS - CHOPS FRIED CHICKEN 208 W. Fifth Street

DIXIE BARBER SHOP 427 South Main St.

DAYTON 2, OHIO

FU 0230

Page 137


WITH ALL GOOD WISHES FOR THE SUCCESS OF THE

CLASS

OF

'48

Jhe ::balJton Jabricated Steel Co. Jhe ::balJlon Stencd Work" Co. Jnduj triat Sleet Seruice

ge 138


Com p lim e n ts

.. . of ...

THE MANUFACTURERS EQUIPMENT CO. 218 Michigan Ave.

DAYTON. OHIO

Page 139


SYL. L. DENINGER WARNING'S VARIETY STORE

NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. 733 Mutual Hom~ Bldg. AD 4258

Since 1856

KE 4103

BRUCK'S JUBILEE BEER DAYTON

BRANCH

GEO. E. THOMA

MIXERS

Ed Jehn

Bob Jehn

CARL T. HOEFLER Northwest Corner of Second and Jefferson St. COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Res.: TA 2375

3628 L1NOEN

DAYTON 3, OHIO

The TOWERS BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE BALLROOM For Dances, Parties and Receptions KE 0448 FINE FOODS -

BAKER'S PHARMACY RA 0366

We Deliver

Office: HE 1133

HE 1305

618 Five Oaks Ave.

514 S. Ludlow MI 1771 -

MEATS

244 Valley Street

Ed & Bob's Party Supply WINE -

HOKE'S MARKET GROCERIES -

26 N. McGeest

BEER -

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '48

LIQUORS -

BEER

PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY FOUNTAIN SERVICE

COSMETICS

COMPLIMENTS OF THE

Miami Maid Bread Co.

ALLEN'S DRUGS FINE DRUGS COSMETICS and PERFUMES Linden Ave. and Smithville Rd. KE 2422 -

KE 0272

We Make Our Delicious French Ice Cream

WEAVER'S HARDWARE - GLASS - PAINT VARIETIES - NOTIONS - APPLIANCES Cor. Cincinnati and Bolander AD 3110

ge 140

DAYTON 8, OHIO

BEST WISHES!

HARRY MONTAGUE Auto Parts 2449 VALLEY ST. HE 6081


Compliments

.. . of . . .

....

LIBERTY CAB

co.

Margaret O. Banker, President

220 W.Third St.

COMPLIMENTS

OF

Ceo. A. Pflaum, Publisher, Inc. 124 East Third Street --

Dayton, Ohio

THE YOUNG CATHOLIC MESSENGER JUNIOR CATHOLIC MESSENGER OUR LITTLE MESSENGER and TREASURE CHEST

The New Approved Type Comic Magazine

Page 142


COMPLIMENTS

. . . 0

f=

. .

A FRIEND

Refrigerators - Appliances - Home Freezers Where You Can Shop In Comfort and Make a Leisurely Side-by-Side Comparison of the World's Leading Makes

HOME MAKERS I Ne. Affiliated with HAINES FOOD MACHINES INC. DA YTON'S RADIO HADQUARTERS

105' E. Third Street

5201 W. Third Street

1909 N. Main Street

Page 1


=

Compliments of

STANDARD RADIO & ELECTRONI~ PRODUCTS CO.

NEW, USED and REBUILT MACHINE TOOLS IRON and WOODWORKING MACHINERY

The C. H. GOSIGER Machinery Company FU 5174 Approved Dealer CLE 48 War Assets Administration

108 McDonough St.

Inc.

For Your FURNITURE See

R. W. MYERS The Wayne Furniture I8 East Fifth Street DAYTON, OHIO

DAYTON, OHIO

Ohio Paper & Supply Co. 114 E. Fourth St.

DA YTON CAMERA SHOP.

HE 4654 ·

Dayton 2, Ohio WRAPPING PAPER BAGS - CUPS PAPER SPECIALTIES

LONGO'S SPAGHETTI HOUSE

BROADSTONE • JEWELERS. JEWELRY of Distinction Keith Building

L. M. BERRY & CO. 637 Telephone Bldg . .

AD 4127 Known From Coast To Coast YELLOW PAGES OF THE

1310 EAST THIRD ST.

TELEPHONE BOOK TELL WHERE TO BUY

Page 144


MacGregor - Goldsmith - Spalding - Rawlings

ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT SCHOOL SWEATERS

Stomps CHEVROLET Co. 225-229 South Main Street

SHROYERS

Dayton's Oldest

Sporting Goods

CHEVROLET Dealer

45 EAST FOURTH ST. Phone: AD 1461

SERVICE PARTS

Compliments of

EBERHARD & PFEIFFER

Cooper & Jackson Co.

MANUFACTURING JEWELERS

Dayton's Only PACKARD Dealer

U. B. Building

512 Warren Street AD 4106

From 1898 to 1948

SALES -

PARTS -

ANTICOLI 151 I E. FI FTH STREET

Niehaus Sporting Goods 35 E. '5th Street

DAYTON 2. OHIO

"SAND" BRAND HONOR SWEATERS All Standard Brands of Merchandise

liThe Sportsman's Paradise"

Pappy's Kitchen Klub 5200 N. Main Street Always Room for Boys

SERVICE

Near La Belle

Serving from 5 A. M. to I A. M. The Finest of Fine Foods • ITALIAN SPAGHETII • RAVIOLI • STEAKS and CHOPS • CHICKEN • MIXED DRINKS

Compliments of

A. L. HILL GENERAL CONTRACTOR I 124 Wilson Drive DAYTON, OHIO

Page 14


PAT'S

ROSTON'S

WHERE FRIENDS MEET AT A FRIENDLY PLACE 2725 Linden Ave.

Jewelers KE 0412

10 NORTH MAIN ST.

AD 7711

Established 1895

MIAMI 5TA TIONERS

The Dayton Furniture Co.

23 EAST THIRD ST.

25 W. FIFTH STREET DAYTON, OHIO

AD 5289

AD 3115

SAM'S LUNCH ROOM

BASTIAN CO.

SAM CARAS, Prop.

9 WEST FIFTH ST.

Manufactl.lrers of AD 0016

CHAMINADE CLASS RINGS

THE WEHNER ROOFING & TINNING CO. ROOFING and SIDING Sheet Metal and Furnace Work 557 RICHARD STREET

Phone: FU 3751

VINCENT J. WEHNER, Pres.

Dayton Band Instruments ~nc.

Cu,

140 N. Main Street

Dayton 2, Ohio

AD 5590 COMPLETE SALES AND SERVICE OF ALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Plating - Lacquering R. R. (Bob) DAUGHERY

Page 146

DILLS SUPPLY CO. Belting - Packing - Transmission Mill and Factory Supplies 200 Wayne Ave. DAYTON , OHIO


Dr. Eugene B. Brown OPTOMETRIST

H & BOT-TO Shoppe

824 Xenia Ave.

MAIN and FORREST

Cla ss '30 KE 8301

FU 6951

DAYTON, OHIO

TRAILER"S

USED CARS REAL ESTATE

L. B. Hilgeford Motors .. lnc.

Malone Camera Stores EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 838 N. Main Street

2827 linden Ave.

30 N. Main Street

KE 3166 .

~

W. H. Grosse & Co. ./',

MANUFACTURING JEWELERS WATCH REPAIRING ENGRAVING 31

w.

South Park & Mold Co., Inc . Designers -

LAMINATION DIE

Fourth St., at Arcade

AD 3400

DAYTON, OHIO

Manufacturers

HE 1217

638 Richard St.

J;

The F. W. Lotz Paper Co. .......

.

Hoban Brass Foundry, Inc.

PAPER and EQUIPMENT DAYTON - LIMA - SPRINGFIELD OHIO

Compliments of

MIKE SMITH "48"

Acme Spring & Welding, Inc.

The Poeppelmeir Co.

AUTOMOBILE FLAT LEAF, COIL

408-18 Wayne Ave.

HELPER SPRINGS

DAYTON 10, OHIO

BRAKE and ALIGNMENT SERVICE

HE 1107 -- HE 1108 522 E. Second St.

DAYTON, OHIO

Page 147 j


Best Wishes to Seniors 1947 - 1948

FRED P. WO L F E STUDIOS Portrait Photographers for the EAGLE lOth Floor - U. B. BUILDING

AD 7001

MORAINE G R ILL 25 S. Ludlow St. ALEXANDER GONDOS, Prop. Robt. Gondos, As-s't Mgr. Alex Gondos, Jr., Ass't Mgr.

WORK GUARANTEED

THOMA GARAGE Ge,neral Repairing on All Automobiles 1438 XENIA AVE. at ST. NICHOLAS KE 5231

Res.: KE 8448

Phone: HE 8221

Phone: HE 800 I

COLONIAL MUSIC & APPLIANCE SHOP I 100 BROWN ST. at WOODLAND DAYTON, OHIO A Complete Stock of Classic and Popular Records The finest in Radios and Appliances .

Pa g e 148


-

-

.... --

--

...

--

HEADQUARTERS FOR

De SOTO and PLYMOUTH NEW and USED CARS Authorized Chrysler Corporation Easy Payment Plan on Service -

We Call For and Deliver

KRIEGER MOTOR COMPANY 3800 N. MAIN STREET

GREEN MON LIQUOR - BEER - WINE GOOD FOODS CLARENCE J. MENKER, Prop.

2032 Home Ave.

Dayton, Ohio

RA 2101

Co' mpliments

FLEMING -RAI NEY MOTOR SALES Distributor

GENE'RAL MOTORS TRUCKS

Val Decker Packing Co. PIQUA, OHIO Esta blished 1873 U. S. Inspection Est. No. 95 Also Distributor For

,

"

, BEEF and PORK PACKERS SAUSAGE MANUFACTURERS BIRDSEYE FROSTED FOODS

The GENUINE PARTS Co. 40 I SO. MAIN STREET AD 5294

DECKER'S PIQUALITY BRAND HAMS, BACON and LARD

Compliments Comp l iments

HERTZ ,Drive-Ur-Self System CAR and TRUCK

THE ROTH OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY

RENTALS

Page 149


AL (Rollo) LYONS

AD 3363

LYONS ELECTRICAL CO. 800 N. MAIN STREET

Electrical Appliances and Supplies RADIOS

TELEVISION

LOUIS A. DEININGER AGENCY ... INSURANCE ... LIFE - ACCIDENT - HEALTH - HOSPITAL - FIRE and AUTO Mutual Home Building AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO.

MUTH BROS. INC.

Room 63 1

AETNA CASUALTY & SU RETY CO.

Phone: MA 291 1

Commercial Tank & Welding Co.

MOVERS - RIGGERS HEAVY

HAULING

WELDED TANKS of ALL KINDS

CRANE

SERVICE

PLATE and. SHEET METAL WORK

HOUSES

MOVED STRUCTURAL WORK • JIGS and FIXTURES

63 1 East Second Street Jerome J. Muth, Pres.

Howard W. Muth, Vice-Pres.

433

CARLISLE Dayton,

Page 150

AVENUE

Ohio


M\LLER'S SPORTING GOODS. Inc.

MADE BETTER ...

TASTES BETTER

EXC~USIVE

OUTFITTERS

TO THE SPORTSMAN

Wholesale and Retail

For Health's Salce. Keep Active In Sports

Jlte TELLING-BELLE VERNON CO ..

7 W. First Street

226 East First Street ADams 1212

FU 8104

DAYTON, OHIO 路

Compliments

... of ...

A FRIEND

COMPLIMENTS

Compliments

OF THE

1948

EAGLE

STAFF

of

A FRIEND

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