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CHRISTIAN PATTERNS IN THE SHAD OW OF CHRIST We as Christians are followers of Christ. In order that we might more easily do this, Christ has given us certain patterns of life which we must follow. H e has given us not only the commandments and beatitudes, but also a distinct role which each of us in his own way must play in this drama of life . Now we must seek to imitate the Divine Pattern. We must walk in His shadow and endeavor to grow unto His full stature, so that some day we m ay become one with Him .

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To one who carne to us on the eve of our high school days, and who in just that short span of time won our highest esteem by aiding us in forming our Christian Patterns ... by his sound advice ... his constant service ... his friendly and deeply religious character ... we , the seniors of 1949, dedicate this book. May it serve as a lasting tribute to ...

Brother Matthew li.

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Chaminade, home of many memories, is left behind. Here the mold is cast for great Americans of the future. Here Christian principles of better living have been expounded to its studenls through lhe school's academic. social , and athletic activities. Once again Chaminade has given society a class of grad uates. lvlay they treasure her lessons and bring them to fruition among their fellow men. Students examine iheir prized trophies.

Main hallway during Fr. Chaminade celebration.

Joy marks students leaving Franklin entrance.

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The educators of today must be like the greatest educator, Jesus Christ. Thus, our .faculty must follow patterns of leadership set down by the Divine Model. They must atta in full growth in faith and reason , that the richness of their overflow may be Ollrs to cherish and to hold. They must show us the way. They must be our aids. Their exa mple must stir liS to imitation.

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Brother Matthew 8etz Addresses The Senior Class MEN OF CHAMINADE, The declaration of the ea rl y martyrs, "I am a Christian," has its parallel in this, yo ur lates t accomplishm ent. You are now able to boast, "I am a graduate of Chaminade." For th e last four yea rs yo u ha ve stri ve n toward a goal that will re-echo in e ternity. A nd if yo u wish true success, as it is measured by God, be what your boast implies - a tru e Christian, a follower of Christ. Already in yo ur yo ung lives you have seen th ose who draw their comfort and joy from the world, those wh o judge the attainment of an ambition b y the sporadic offerings of an un se ttled world. You are able to recognize the baffled attempts of those who, in sisting on their ow n rights, stubbornly resist Christ and His teaching. You ha ve received an edu catio n which enlightened your intellect, st rengthened your will a nd inspired your h eart to follow Christ through Mary. Go o ut into the world but be not of it. Show the world where i"t is wrong, what it means to be a real man of chara cter, and how to solve the stupendous problems maliciously and ca reless ly brought about b y ev il-minded men and those who have cast aside their God. Show the world that to be a nd Ii ve as a Christian is th e rea l success worth striving for. If Chamin::tcle prepared you for this role in life, you h ave a treasur.e a nd a weapon that no tyrant h as yet been abl e to crush. Even today men of God prove by la ying' down th eir lives that Christianity is un conquerable. T h ey prove more - Christianity is the sa lva tion 9ÂŁ th e world. But if Chaminade prepared you for' an earthl y-minded Christianity that yo u see all around you , how wasted yo ur efforts and ours have b een! ' '''e are living in a divided world, a world which can only be united b y the blood of C hrist. You have been ta ught that Baptism and Faith bridge our lives with God and that "'e must take our strength from th e Cross. And sta nding b en eath the Cross is our Blessed Mother, "o ur life, our sweetn ess a nd our hop e." Be Men of Chaminade forever. Go out to make su ccess for yo urselves but not alone. Ta ke Christ and Mary with yo u. Fight the battles of your King a nd Queen and be crow ned with glor y when ete rnity d aw ns. Go forward co urageou sly; sm ile with the joy of the undaunted; conquer evil by a life of sta unch Christianity. It will take blood, sweat a nd tears, but the victory is sweet and glorious. The good wishes of the faculty, their prayers and sacrifi ces, go with yo u as yo u follow the bann er of Christ under the protection of Mary. BROTHER MATTHEW

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Rev. John G . Dicltson. S.M. Religion II. IV School Chapla in Y.C.S. Chaplain Y.C.S. Moderator Sophomore Division

Bro. Charles A. Opferman. S.M. Dean of Boys Spanish

Bro. Francis J. Schroe pfer. S.M. Business Manager

Bro. Charles A. Walke. S.M. Maintenance

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Bro. William T. Anderson. S.M. Bro. Anthony B . Bishop. S .M . English General Math . Sociology Business Math. Shop Math. Algebra I

Bro. John A. Blank. S.M. English II Reli g ion, II Latin II Cheerleaders Booster Club Marianist Drive

Rev. Robert E . Brown. S.M. En glish III Librarian Library Staff

Faculty

Bro. William J. Cole. S .M. Religion I English I Building Fund Committee Bro. Bernard C. Diethorn. S.M. American Hi story World Hi story English II Bookstore

B r other Matthew Betl chats with Father John Elbert . Provincial of the Clncinl\aJl Provlnc ...

Bro. Joseph N . Concannon. Biology Fres h men Athl etics Fres hmen Counselor Darkroom

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Bro. Anthony J. Deinlein. S.M . Marianist Magazine

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Mr. Geor ge M. Early Civics Sociology Student P lacement

Bro. John F. Han. S.M. Typing

Mr . Gerard A. Fausl Mech . D rawing Footb a ll Coach

Bro. Louis A . Hellich . S .M . G e ometry A lgebra G erman

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Bro. Henry J . Honnerl. S .M . P h ysics A lgebr a Math. C lub Athle ti c Tic k ets Rev. Charles J. H o fsleller . S.M. Ma th ematics Re li g ion

T h e Siamp Klnga. Brother John Hall and Brother Andnw Schralz. work on anolhu burse .

Bro. Joseph F . Janning. S .M . E nglish Mathematics P ubli c S peaking P u b lic ity Theatrica ls

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Alber! J . Kozar, S.M. R e li gion III W orld H istory C.S.M.C . Mod e r ator Juni or Di v is io n E agle A dvisor

Bro. Paul J. Landolfi, S.M. L atin R e li gion R ed C r oss B ow lin g

Bro. Geor ge J. McKenzie, S.M. R e lig io n E n g li sh Chami n a d e News Mod erator O r ganist

Bro. Fredericlc F. Malhues, S.M. Reli gion IV E ngli sh I V S en ior Counsel or Co-ordinator of Activities Y.C.S . Moderator Jun ior, Senior Division C.S .M.C. S chool Moderator Nati o n a l Honor Society D ebati n g Team

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Bro. Michael J . Moakler, S.M. Re ligion I & II E n g lis h I Boosters C lu b F ac ul ty C h o irmaster B r o . Andrew H. Schralz, S .M. Typ ing

Brother Louis Hettich explains geometric process.,. 10 Hodapp, Zillnkas. and Schweitzer.

Bro. George J. Rupple, S.M . Amer ican History Econoln ics P r ojector C lub T h e Dugou t G o lf C lub

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Bro. William A. Schmil!, S.M. Ch em istry Gen era l S c ie n ce Paper Dri ve Sch ool Lock ers

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Rev. Aloysius J. Seitz. S.M. Latin student Council Moderator

Bro. Stephen Sheehy. S .M . Bookkeeping I & II Athl etic D irector

Mr . Edward C. Spang General S c ience Ph ysical Education A ss ista n t Footba ll Coach Basketball Coach Physical Education

Bro. Norbert A . Sturm. S.M. Eng li s h III. II C h a mina de News Moderator

Faculty Brolher George McKenzie converses wl!h Ihe Daughters of Mary In their nalive longue .

Bro. Joseph A . Trageser. S .M. Religion II G eometry II Ba nd Director KautHn. Cropper . and Marazill meet with Falher Aloysil,lJl Seltz. student council moderator. The


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As student leaders of the school, we seniors must review special patterns of leadership. We are called upon to influence the under-classmen towards good. Our example should merit imitation. It should bear the impress of the Master. In addition, 'we have the res ponsibility of immediate preparation for future life. Upon leaving Chaminade, we will either continue our education or go into the world of work . Thus, we must seek and imitate in the shadow of the ~Iaster those perfections which will best aid u s 111 accomplishing this transition .

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President -

Larry Staub

. Vice-Presldent Treasur er -

L e e Butler

J am es Raiff

Secretary- Robert Koepnick Alternate -

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ROY HORVATH LEE BUTLER

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TOM LAUFERSWEILER OTTO GEERING

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CongraLLil ar ions are h ere exte nded to the Hon or Men of Cham inacle. T h roug hout every period of their four years of high school, they have mainta ined a scholastic average o f n in ety or ove r a nc! a charac ter r a ting of n inety-five. JEROME WEIS

DON ZIMMERLE

T hese seventeen sen io rs have been e nroll ed in to the Mari a n Ch a pter of the Nation a l H o no r Soc iety beca use of the ir lea dership, Jn l t!a ti ve, charac ter a ncl scll o l astic ra t i ng. T h ey h a ve parli ci pated in two o r mo re acti vilies a nd h ave m a int a in ed a nin ety ch aracter r a tin g and a n eig h ty-five o r be tter average during t heir fou r yea rs of stu dy. Ch a min ac!e loo ks to th ese high sch oo l leaders o f tod ay to be lea d ers of me n in th e wo rlel o f to mo rrow.

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row - James Fis her . OUo Geering. Roy Horvath. Paul Koller. 3rd . row - Lawrence Keele. Jim Raiff. Ray Stoll. Nelson Wolf. 2nd. row - L e e Butle r. Robert Koepnick. Bill Brennan. 1st. row - Louis Brun s. Larry Staub. John Holler. Jeronl e Weis. Missing - Don Zimmerle. Tom Laufersw e iler .


A BELE, THOM AS G "Tom" Perfect Attendance 4 Cham in a d e News 2 Annu al Staff 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Servers 2, 3, 4 Cafeteria 2, 3, 4 C.S.M.C . 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 2

AIPLE, GEORGE J . ACKERMAN, DON W . " Ip e " " Eagle" Class Officer 2, 4 Perfect A ttendance I, 2 Chamin:Ide News 2 Honor Roll 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 C.S .M.C I, 2, 3, 4 B u lid ing F u nd Committee 2, 3 Ann ual Staff 4 Bowling I, 2, 3, 4 Minstrel I C.S .M .C.4 Intramural Basketball 3, 4

ALBERS, JEROME L . " Wilbur" Perfect Attendance 4

Seniors

ANGERER, JOHN R . "Mac" Class Officer I , 2, 3, 4 JunIOr Prom Committee 3 Footba ll varsi ty I , 2, 3, 4 Basketba ll Reserves 2 Annual Staff 4 Bowling 2 C.S .M .C.2 Intram u ral Basketball 3, 4 Senior Class Officer

Senior D face . a tough physics problem.

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BALMAN, E UGENE R . "Gen e" Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3, 4

BANF ORD, LA VERN R . Perfect Attendance 2

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B A RHORS T , RA L PH B . " Jack" Bowling 4 Intramurals Basketball 3

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BARNE S , J A MES S . "Ro s coe " C lass Officer 1 C .S.M.C. 2, 3

B A RNETT , WILLIAM E . " Bill" Perfect A tte nda nce 2 C h am ina d e News 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 C.S .M .C.I, 2, 3, 4 In tram llra ls 4

BAWI DAMANN, CARL J . JR. " Baldy" P e rfe c t A tte nd a nce 4 F ootba ll 2

BECKER , THOMAS J . " AI" B o wling 3

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BELAID INO , EUGENE V . " Gene"

Senior C concentrates during a s tudy per iod .

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* BELLMYER, R I C HARD G . "Red" C.S .M.C. 3, 4 l ntramllra ls 3, 4 Mmst rell

BENNETT , JAMES K. " Jim"

C .S.M.C . I , 2, 3, 4 Intramllra ls 4

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BERNARD, LAWRENCE J . " L arry" Se rvers 1


BERRY WILL I A M E . "Bill"

Perfect Attendance 1. 2

BIRT LE . CHARLE S F. " Chuck" Class Officer 2 Student Counci l Trea s ure 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Football Manager 3, 4 Bas ketball Manager 3 Annua l Staff 4 Bowling 1 C.S.M.C. Vice Pres 2, Pres . 3

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BONSER. THOMAS G ,

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Perfect Attendance 4 Projector Clu b I, 2, 3, 4 C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4

BORG E RDING. LAWRENCE R , " Dick" Math C lu b 3, 4 I ntram u rals 3

Seniors BRAMLAGE, DANIEL T . " Dan" Perfect Attendance 2, 3 Chaminade News 3 C.S.M .C. 2, 3, 4

B R EITENSTEIN , JOHN J , " B r e itie " Footba ll 2, 3, 4 Bowling 1

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BOL AND, B I LL P.

" P at" Glee Club 1 Min strel 1 Perfect Attendance I , 2 Servers I, 2, 3, 4 C.S.M.C . 4

BOL TON . EDWARD J.

" Ed "

Perfect Attenda n ce I, 2, 3, 4 C lass Officer 1. 3, 4 Student Cou nc li 2 Prom Committee 3 Nevel' Tardy


BRENNAN, WILLIAM B. IIDoc"

BRODERICK, THOMAS J. " Tom"

Honor RollI Perfect Attendance 1, 2 National Honor Society 3, 4 Class Officer 1, 2, 3 Football, Reserve 2, Varsity 3, 4 Chamin ade News 1 C.S.M.C . 3 Intermurals 3, 4

BRUNS, LOUIS N . "L ouie" Honor Roll 1 P erf ect Attendance 4 National Honor S ociety 4 C lass O fficer 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Intermurals 3, 4

BUCHER , JAMES I . . "Jim"

C lass Officers 2 C. S .M.C .3 In term urals 3

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BUEHLER, CYRIL H . "Cy" Junior Prom Com mittee :J Projector Club 1. 2, 3, 4 C. S .M.C .4 In termura ls 4

1949 BURGESS, THOMAS H. Libra r y Staff 2

BUTKUS, JOHN S . " Bucle"

C lass Offi cer 1, 2, 3 Bowling 1 C.S .M .C. 1, 2, 3 C; lee Club I

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BUTLER. JAMES R .

" J. B." Intramura ls 3

BUTLER. LEE A. "BuBs" Honor Roll 1, 2 , 3 , 4

CHARLTON. ROBER:r J .

Nationa l Honor Society 4 Class Officer 1. 3 Student Council 2, 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Football 1, 2 . 3. 4 Basketball 1, 2 Annual Staff 4 Bowling 2

"Bob" Perfect Attendance 4 Library Staff 1, 2 Minstrel 1

CIANI. ANTHONY M. "Tony"

Honor Roll 4 . Intramurals 3

Y.C.S. 1, 2, 3, 4

Intramurals 3 National Athletic Society 3. 4

Seniors

CLEARY. JOHN C.

"Jerry" Cafeteria Sq u ad 2 Senior A lakes noles during religion .

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Perfect Attendance 1. 2. 3. 4 Class Officer 2. 4 Footba ll 2, 3. 4 Basketball 1. 2, 3 C.S.M.C. 1. 2. 3, 4

COLLINS . JOHN V. "Rip"

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CONNER. EARL V .

" Bud" Perfect Attendance 1. 2. 3 Football 2 Intramurals 3 State Test 2


CONRADY. RICHARD E. "Dick" Perfect Attendance 2, 3, 4 Projector Club I. 2, 3, 4 Bowling I, 2, 3, 4 C.S.M .C.4

CULHANE. JOHN J. Intramurals 3

CROPPER. ROBERT G. "Crapper"

DALEY. WILLIAM E.

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DIEMUNSCH. THOMAS W. "Tom" Honor Roll 2 Perfect Attendance 4 Class Officer 3 Cafeteria Squad I, 2

Glock, Miller, Kobus , and Smolins k i conve rgo at tho dis play of Marla nls t Prl% .....

* DILL HOFF. THOMAS H. "Tom" Perfect Attendance I, 2 _ C.S.M.C.4 Minstrel 1 Glee Club 1 Intramural 3

DUNN, LYNN J. Perfect Attendance 2, 3, 4

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FECHER. WILLIAM H. "Willie" C la ss Officer 3 Cafeteria Squad I, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 2, 3

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FECKE , RALPH L. " Rufe" Football 2 Bowling 1 Intramurals 3

FIEL y , JOSEPH C . "Joe" Perfect Attendance 3, 4 Class Officer 4 Football 2 Chaminade News 3 Intram u ra ls 3

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FINKE, ROBERT J . "Wh itie" S t udent Council 1 Golf 4 Math C lu b 3, 4 B owlin g 2, 3 Servers 1, 2 In tramurals 3, 4 Minstrel 1

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FIT Z PATRICK, ROBERT L. "Filz" Honor R o ll 1 Perfect Attendance 1. 2. 4 Class O ffice r 1 Math Club 3, 4 C .S .M.C. 1,2 , 3, 4 Asst. Chemist C. H. S. 2, 3 State Scholastic 3 Camera Club

FLOHRE, WILLIAM A . "Spooks" Perfect Attendance I , 2, 4 Libra ry Staff 2 , 3, 4

Seniors FORTENER , WILLIAM J. "Bill" Perfect Attendance 2 , 4 Intramurals 3, 4

FORTKAMP, TONY F. "Bulch" Perfect Attendance :l C.S.N .C. 2. 3. 4 C.S.M .C.

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FISHER. JAMES B . " Jim"

Perfect Attendance 1, 2 , 4 National H onor Society 4 Math Club 3,4 Chami na de News 2 . 3. 4 C.S .M.C . 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramura ls 3, 4


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RICHARD E.

"Dicit"

Perfect Attendance 4 Bowling 2. 3. 4 V.C .S. 3. 4

GABRIEL. RONALD JOHN "Gabe" Perfect Attend ance 2. 3. 4 Booster C lub 3 Projector Cl ub 3. 4 C ha mi n ade N ews 3 Library Staff 2. 3 C.S.M.C. 1. 2. 3.

GEARY. JOHN C. "Buz"

GEERING . OTTO J. "OUo" Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4 Perfect Atte nd ance 1. 2. 3. 4 National Honor S ociety 4 Math Club 3. 4 Pres id e nt Proj ector Club 3. 4 Annual Staff 4 C .S .M .C. 1. President 2. 3 Building Fund Committee 4

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GLASER. RONALD M . "Ron"

P e rfect Attendan ce 1. 2. 3. 4 C.S.M.C . 1. 2, 3. 4 Don Bosco C lub Glee C lub

1949 GLOCK. JAMES H . "Willie" Bowling 4

GOETZ. LOUIS J. "Louie " Projector Club 4 Cafeteria Staff 2 Band 2. 3.4 Tennis 3

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GOUGH. JOHN W. B . "Johnny" Perfe ct Attendance 1. 2 Bowli ng 2, 3, 4 Intra mura ls 3. 4

GRIFFITH, JOHN W. "Griff" Perfe ct Attendance 3. 4 Class Officer 2 . 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Annual Staff 4 Debating 4 Band 2, 3, 4

GRANATO, ALBERT J . "Al" Perfe ct Attendance I , 2 C la ss Officer I , President Annua l Staff 4 C .S.M.C. I, Pres ident Intramurals 3, 4 Min s trel 1

GRISMER, CHARLIE G. "Charlie" Cafeteria Squad 4 Intramurals 3, 4

Seniors

HASS, RICHARD L. "Burl" Cafeteria Squad I, 2. 4

Schaaf lind Collins encounter Dunn. Keck, and Prellon In th. third floor I)allway.

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HILGEFORD, PAUL J . "HIlg:e" Projector C lub 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Bowling I , 2 C.S .M .C . 4

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HINDERS , THOMAS J. "Tom" J uni or Prom Committee 3 Booster C lub 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 C .S .M.C. 3 , 4

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HOLLER, JOHN A. Honor Roll 1 Perfect Attendance 1, 4 National Honor Society 4 Math C lub 3, 4 Servers 2, 3, 4 Bui lding Fund Com. 2. 3. 4 Choir 4

HORVATH, ROY T . "Shorty" Honor Roll I , 2, 3, 4 g{'"t~~I~if~~~SOl~ Sosiety 4 Basketball I , 2, 4 Math Club 3, 4 Projector C lub I , 2. 3. 4 S e rver I , 2, 3, 4 C.S.M.C. I , 2, 3

HOUSER, JAMES H. "Rousefly" P rojector Club I , 2, 3, 4 C.S.M.C. I , 2, 3, 4 Chaminade Band I , 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 1 Glee Club 1 Script Writers Guild 4

HOVEY, RICHARD K. "Dick" Math Club 3, 4 C.S .M.C. I, 2 , 3 Intramura ls I , 3 Science Club 1

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HUSSONG, FRED E . "Fred" Honor Ro ll 1 C.S.M.C. I, 2, 3 Building Fu nd Commi ttee 2 Rifl e C lub 3

Bramlage, Valko, Hinders, Bawidamann, and Burg"., leave by the Ludl ow Street entrance.

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IRWIN, WILLIAM E. "Bill" Perfect A ttendance I , 2 Bowling 3, 4 C.S .M.C.4

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JANNING, ROBERT J. "Bob" Honor Roll 1 Bowling 3, 4 C .S .M.C.4


KAPP. PHILLIP M.

KARPIAK. MICHAEL E. "Karp" P erfect Attendance 1. 2. 3. 4 C.S.M.C. I, 2. 3 Intramurals 3

"Phil"

Perfect Attendance" Proj ector Club 4 Cafeteria Squad 3. 4

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KECK. LAWRENCE D. "Larry" Honor Roll 3. 4 National Honor Society 4 Class Officers 4 Student Council 4 Annual Staff 4

KELLEY. JAMES R. Annual Staff 4 Debating 4

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en/ors KINDER . JOSEPH A. "Joe" Class Offi cer I , 2 Student Coun cil 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Football 2, 3. "

KINDLE. JEROLD F. "Jerry" C.S .M.C.2 Carrier I, 2, 3. 4

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KAUFLlN T. JEROME "Bud"

Perfect Atte ndance 2 Football 2 C .S.M .C. 2, 3

KAUTH. CHARLES M . Perfect Attendance 1. 2 Bowling 3, 4 C .S .M.C. I , 2, 3 Intramurals 2


KNAPKE, PAUL K, Cla ss Office r 1 Student Council 3 Football Reserve 2 Basketball I, 2 Projector Club I , 2, 3, 4 Bowling 1 Cafeteria Squad 3, 4 Intramurals Basketball 3

KNOX, JAMES L, "Knoxie"

Honor Roll 4 Band 1. 2, 3

KOBES, CLETUS B, "Cle!' " Class 1 Library Staff 2 C.S.M.C.3

KOEPNICK. ROBERT E.

"Bob"

Honor Roll 1 National Honor 4 Class Officer 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3 Football I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Bowling 2 C.S.M.C.l Intramurals I, 3

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KOOGLER, GERALD A. "Jerry" Perfect Attendance 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Math Club 4 Annual Staff 4 Bowling 4 C.S.M.C . 3, 4

1949 KOTHMAN, GERALD E. "Jerry" Class Officer 2, 4 Football 3, 4 Bowling 2 C.S.M.C 3 In tram urals 3

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KRONAUGE, FRED J, Servers 1, 2, 3, 4 Cafeteria Squad 2 , 3, 4 C.S.M .C . 1. 2, 3 Building Fund Committee


KRONENBERGER, JAMES J, "Jim"

Perfect Attendance 4 Bowling 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3

KUNKA, DON E. "Knobs'"

Perfect Attendance 4 Projector Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Chaminade News 1, . 3 Public Speaking I , 2, 3, 4 Sound System 2, 3, 4 Radio Script Writers Guild 3,

KYNE, JOHN W. "Kaiser" Library Staff 2

LAUFERSWEILER, THOMAS "Laufers"

Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society 4 Class Officer 1, 2, 3 Debati ng 4 Intramurals 3 Student Co uncil 1 Basketball Manager 2 Football Manager 2, 3

Seniors

LEBOEUF, CHARLES E. "Charlie"

Math Club 3, 4 C.S.M.C.4 Radio Club 1 LeBoeuf, Schaefer , Bonser, Koogler, Manny, and Barnell wait for classes to begin.

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LOCl{VIS, JOHN S. "Lock" Honor Roll 1 Class Officer Organist 4 Minstrel 1 Glee Club 1

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LONG , CARL L. "Doc"

Class Officer 3 Football 2 Cafeteria Squad 1, 2, 3 C.S.M.C. I, 2, 3 Minstrel 1

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LOPER, CHARLES A. "Chuck" C.S.M.C . 3 Intra mura ls 3 Band 1. 2, 3, 4

LUTHER, JOHN M. "Joclc " Servers 1, 2, 3, 4 Cafteria Squad 3, 4 C .S.M .C . 1, 2, 3 Buiding Fund Committee 1 Don Bos co C lub 1

LOWRY, GEORGE W. Class Officer 2 Student Council 2 Football 2 Math C lub 3, 4 Serve r s I , 4 C.s .M.C. 1. 2, 3 In tra m urals 3

MACK, JAMES M. "Harmo " C lass Officer I, 2, 3, 4 Bas k etball 1. 2. 3, 4 C.S.M.C . 1. 2, 3 Nationa l Athl e tic Honor Soci e t y

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MacPHERSON, DON A. uMac" P e rfect Attendance 4 Bow ling 3. 4 Inll'amurals 3 Laufersweller, Van Schaik, Kapp, Nartker, Limbert, and Dlemunsch put through an importanl call during the lunch period.

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MALONEY, EDWARD P . "Irish" Football I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4

MANNY, EDWARD P. 'Roosevelt " Servers 4 C .S .M.C. 3 , 4 Intramura ls 3, 4

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MARAZITL RICHARD M. " D icIt" Perfect Attendance 4

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MARCUM. DOUGLAS L. "Doug" Perfect Attendance 1, 3, 4 Booster Club 2 Cafeteria Squad 2, 3, 4

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I MESCHER. ROBERT H. "Bob" Perfect Attendance Booster Club 2 Chaminade News 2

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MILLER. RALPH W. "Bill"

MONAHAN. WILLIAM C. "Willie" Honor Roll 2 Perfect Attendance 1, 4 Class Officers 2, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 C.S.M.C. 2, 3 , 4 Intramurals 3, 4 National Athletic Honor Society

Seniors MOORMAN. GERALD W . "Jerry" Bowling 2 C.S .M.C. Fencing 1

MUNCH. ART R. "Artie" Bowling 1, 4 C.S.M.C.3 Band 1, 2, 3

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MURRAY. WALTER J. " Keys" Ser ver I , 2, 3 Cafet e ria 4

MURPHY. LEWIS J . Bowling 4

McCLELLAN. HARR I SON H. " Skip" Bow ling 3, 4 C .S.M.C . 3, 4

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McGONIGAL , GEORGE W . "Bill" Class O fficer 1 Boos ter C lu b 3 Bowling 4 Cafe t e ria Squad 3, 4 C.S .M .C . 2 , S ecretary

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NEALON. JOHN D . "Arch" C lass O ff icer 3 Intram u ra l Bask etba ll 3. 4

1949 NEFF. NORMAN C. " Nor m" Per fect Attendan ce I , 2, 4 C la ss O ff icer 3 Bowlin g 2 , 3, 4 Intram u ra ls 3, 4

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O'CONNELL, JAMES L . "Jim"


O路FRIEL. ROBERT M . " Red " Proj ect or Club 4 S e r vers 4 Cafeteria S q u ad 2 Build ing F u nd Committee 3 Sound E n g ineer 4

O LI NGER . DAVID L. " Corlc y" Projector Clu b 1. 2. 3. 4 Chaminade News I , 2

OSTERF ELD. ROBERT J . " Osli" Perfect Attendance 4 C lass Officer 3 I ntramurals 3. 4

P A R K ER. W ILLIAM J. " Will" Hon or R o ll, 1. 2 C lass Officer 2 Football I , 2 3, 4 Bask etball 1 C .S.M.C . I , 3 Y .C .S. 1,2, Intramurals Basketball 3, 4 National Athl etic Honor Society 3, 4

Seniors

PEACOCK . JAMES H. "Jim"

Honor Roll 1. 4 Perfect Attendance 1 C.S.M.C. I , 2, 3 Intramurals 3, 4 Mr . George Early poln" oul "Daylon on the globe .

* PREGON. FRAN K A . "Red" Bowling I , 2, 3, 4 I ntramura ls 3

PRIBECK. RAYMOND J . " Jadc" A n n u a l Staff 4 I n tramurals 3

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R A IFF. JAMES H . "Rags" Nationa l Honor Society 4 Perfect Attendance 3 C lass Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowl ing 2, 3, 4 Annu al Staff 4 C.S.M.C. 4 Intram u ra ls 3, 4

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RAIFF. RI C HAR D E . "Dick" Class Officer 1 Bowling 1 C.S.M.C. 1, 2. 3 Building Fund 2 Intra mura ls 3

RATHWEG. WALTER C. " Walt" C .S.M .C .2

R E BOULET. RICHARD E . " Reb" Projector C l ub 2 , 3, 4 Cafeteria Squad 2 C .S.M.C . 1. 2, 3, 4 Debating 4

R E GAN. RONA L D J . " Frog" Bow li ng 2. 3, 4 Cafeteria Squa d 2, 3 C.S .M.C . 4 Buildin g Fund 2. 3

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RIZZO. PAUL A. C.S.M .C.4

Jnall.Iriolll lenlon tillay intrlcale 路.aalo appa.allli.

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R OSE LLE, J EROM E "Ro sie"

RYAN. MICHAEL J. " Mike " Prom Committee 3 Cham inade News 1 Annua l Staff 4 C. S .M.C. 2, 3 Intramurals Basketball 3, 4

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RYAN. PAUL J . "Joe" C lass O ff icer 2, 3 In t r amurals Bas ketball 3, 4

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SCHAAF, JAMES L. "Jumbo"

Perfect Attendance 2 Servers 1

SCHAEFER, CHARLES J. "Charlie" C.S.M.C . 2. 3, 4 Intram ural s 3, 4

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SCHIML, BERNARD L. IIBernie l l

Class Officer 4 Charn inad e News 2

SCHIMMOLLER, DONALD J. "Tiny" Class Officer 1. 2 Student Council 4 Library Staff 1 C.S.M.C. 2. 3 Inlrarnurals 3

• enlors

SCHMIDT, JOHN A . Perfect Attendance 2

SCHNEBLE, THEDORE R. "Ted" Class Offi cer 2 Booster Club 1. 2. 3, 4 C.S.M.C.2 Annual 4

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SCHEIDWEILER, FRED W. "Shide" Perfect Attendance 1 Football 1 . Class Officers Sect. 4 Glee Club 1

SCHERZINGER, EUGENE C. "Schera"


SCHWIET ERMAN, DONALD L . "Bud" Booster Club 4 B owling 2, 3, 4 Cafeteria squal 3, 4 Intramw'al s 3

SCOTHORN, DONALD C. "Don" P erfect Attendance 3, 4 B as ketball 2 Pro jector Club 4 C.S .M.C.4 Intram ural 3, 4

SEILER, FRANK J. Class Officer , Sec . 2 Booster Club I, 2, 3, 4 Math Club 4 Annual Staff 4 C.S .M.C . I , 2, 3, 4 Building Fund Committee 2

SEARLE, CHARLES F . "Boodle" Golf 2, 3 Basketball Reserves 1 C.S.M.C . I , 2 In tra mura ls 3, 4 Nation al Ath letic Honor S ociety 2, 3

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SERRER, ROBERT E. " Bob" Class O fficers I , 2 Bowlin g I, 2 Intramura ls 3

1949 SHIELDS, ROBERT J, Building Fund Committee 4

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SHOCKLEY, THOMAS A. "Corncob" Library Staff 1, 2 C .S .M .C. I, 2, 3 Building Fund C?mmittee 2


SIEFERT. NORMAN A . "Norm" Perfect Attendance 4 Bowling 3. 4

SMITH. ROBERT L. "Bob"

SMITH. THOS. M. "Smilly" Annual Staff 3, 4 C .S.M.C. 2, 3

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Honor Roll I, 4 Perfect Attendance 2 In tramurals 3

SMOLINSKI, GEORGE F. "Smo" Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Building Fund Committee 4 Phi lh armonic Representative 4

Seniors

SOMMER, GENE R. " Som." Class Office r s 1. 2. :J Football I, 2 Mins trel 1 Mechanica l drawing doesn ' t s tump Senior B .

* SPITZIG, DALE K. Class Officer I , 2 Chaminade News 2 Bowling I , 2, 3 C.S .M.C. I, 2, 3 Intramurals 3, 4

SPRALEY. HERBERT G. "Horman" Perfect Attendance 3, 4 Intramurals 3 lladio Script Club 4

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STALEY. CHARLES T. "Tom" Speech Contes t 2

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STALEY, BILL J . "Bill"

Football 1 C.S.M.C . 2, 3, 4 Tennis 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 1

STELZER, RICHARD L . "Dick" Booster Club 3 Bowling 4 Cafeteria Squad 4

STAUB, LAWRENCE S.

"Larry" Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society 4 Class Officers I , 3, 4 Fotball 3, 4 Basketball I, 2 Chaminade News 2 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 3, 4

STILES, NORMAN L. "New Yorl," B a nd I , 2, 3, 4

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STOLL, RAYMOND C.

"Ray" Honor Roll 1 Natioanl Honor S ociety 4 Class Officer 3 Boster Club I, 2, 3 Math Club 4 Chaminade News I, 2, 3 Annual Staff, Editor in Chief, 4

This i. II -

Graduation!

Auf Wiedersehen.

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Class Officers 2, 3, 4 C.S .M.C. 1, 3 Intramurals 3, 4 Basketball Manager 2, 3 Football Manager 2, 3

STREHLE, GENE D.

TOHT, LEE C.

"Nene" Bowling 2

Perfect Attendance 1 Boos ter Club 4 Bowling 3, 4

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TRICK, WILLIAM A . "Bill"

C lass Officer 3 Booster C lub 1 Annual Staff 4 Bowling 4 C.S.M.C.4 Y.C.S. 3, 4

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WALL. RICHARD L . "Dick" Class Off icer 2 Student Council 2. 3. 4 B asketball 1. 2. 3. 4

WARNING. GENE C. Honor Roll 4 Class O fficer 3 Cheerleader 1. 2. 3. 4

Seniors WEAVER. PERRY J . Building Fund Committee

WEHNER, WILLIAM J. "Speed" P erfect Atte ndance 4

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VAN SCHAlK, JOHN W. "Rabbe" Bowling 1, 2. 4 _ CafeterIa 1. 2 . 3 Glee Club 1

VOCKE. ROBERT J . "Bobby"


WEIS, JEROME D. Honor Roll 1. 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society 4 Math Club 4 Chaminade News 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 C.S.M.C .4 Building Fund Committee

WENZEL, ROBERT W . " Bob"

Bowling 4

WHITMAN, ROBERT L . "RL" Class Offi cer I, 3 C.S .M.C.3 Glee Club 2 R adio Script Writers 3 C haminad e Concert 4 Minstrel 1

WILLIAMSON, JOSEPH H" JR, "Willie" Math Club 3, 4 In tram ura ls 3, 4

2. 3 , 4

Debati11g 4

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C lass Officer 2 Chaminade News 3

WITTE, ROGER R. "Rajah B." Student Council 1, 2, 3 Chaminade News2, 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 C.S.M .C . 2 Red Cross 3 Stamo Club 2 Stud ent Congress 3. 4

1949 WOLF, NELSON D. "Nellie" Honor Roll 3, 4 Perfect A ttendance I , 3, 4 Math Club 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 C.S.M.C.4 Intram urals 3, 4

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WORLAND, ROBERT L . " Brooklyn"

Perfect Attend3nce 4


YOUNG . DON L. "Donnie" Class Officer 1 Student Council 1

YOUNG. DAVID J . " Dave" Class Office r 4 Math C lu b 4 Annual Staff 4 Cafeteria Squad 2 C .S .M.C . 3. 4 Intram u ra ls 3 Sp eech Con test 3 CHOU. SHAO-YU " Soe"

YUNG. CARL L. " Carley" Cla3s Officer 1. 3 Student Council 3 Golf 1. 2, 3. 4 B as k etb a ll 2 . 3 Bowling 1. 2. 3 Intramura ls 4 Nationa l Athletic Honor S ociety .

ZIMMERLE. DONALD F . "Don" Honor Roll 1. 2. 3. 4 Perfect Attendance 4 National Honor Society 4 Math Club 4 Annual Staff 4 Bowling 1. 2. 3. 4 C.S .M .C . 1. 2. 3, 4 Intramurals 3

"Ve, the se niors of "49" , bid farewell to Chaminade. Never aga in will we walk its corridors as stude nts. Never aga in will we ch eer those "Eagles" to victory as active members of the student bod y. From now on we will have but memories of our parti cipation in the num ero us activities o f school life.

"\T.e bid good-b y to the fa culty and underclassmen and express our sincere appreciation for their noble service and ge nial compa nion ship . Beyond the portals of Chaminade lay the unknown future. May we pla ce upon it the impress of the Christian Pattern s taught u s by our alma mater.


1945路'46 Our dreams through the last few years of grade school have finally come true. vVe are now a llowed to enter the halls of Chaminade as freshmen. It is something new to u s; for we a re treated like men, a nd as a result are a little bewildered. As freshmen we attend our first pep rally and lea rn the spirit of Chaminade. Some of u s join the cafeteria squad, the news staff, the library club, and most of us just become prominate in our studies. vVe attend our minstrel the ":rvIoonlight Frolics," and at Freshmen night we show off our wares. vVe are city champs in football and basketball, and ev.en our frosh squad win the city cage title. ''''hat an interesting year this has been! "Ve leave it with the assurance that now we a re "Men of Chaminade."

1946路'47 T he, year '46-'47 we come back as sophisticated so phomores. 'V e work hard and take an active part in all activities and drives. The highlight of the football season is the trip to Massil-

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left happy anel carefree but came back sad and disappointed. The football team won lon. the city championship, and we were proud that we were going to Chaminaele. The yea r dragged on as we looked forward to becoming upperclassmen.

1947路'48 Finally we are th.e re - at least in the third notch . The studies become harder, but our minds wander as the many events of the year begin to unfold.

The festive Texas football

game is a thriller we will neve r forget. The Superior General of the Society of Mary, Father Sylvester J eurgens, visits our school. '''' e are only mythical city champs in football. '''' e give the seniors their prom at Lakeside; it is a big success. But by this time we are looking forward to the day when we would be the Mighty Seniors of Chaminade.

1948路'49 At last! vVe are sen iors! Most of us settle down to our last jobs as stu d ents o[ Chaminade. Our new principal, Brother Betz, gives us an inspiring talk at the beginning of the year. Our football team wins the city championship, and th.e basketball team shows a rea l fighting spirit as they battle for third place. The year goes fast and before we know it, it's graduation. ''''e are happy in one way but sad in another; for we are no longer students of Chaminade. But the history of Chaminade's '4gers does not end here. It's just beginning. "Ve take with into the worlel the Christian principles and teachings of a Catholic education. May we never abandon them, and forever be a credit to our alma mater. LI S

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Yo u, the underclassmen , like ourselves, owe to the school a deep sense of loyalty and gratitude. Moreover, since yo u are all m~mbers of t he Mystical Body of Christ, you also have special duties towards yo ur fe llow brethren in Christ. Like the yo uthfu l Christ, you must accept your duties of state - now chiefly prayer, stud y and obedience - and regard them as the will of our Heavenly Father and our Blessed Mother.

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TOP ROW: J. Tunney. T. O路Connell. R. Priest. P . Ewald. T . Glaser. R. Monnig. J . Redmond. J. Fulwiler. G. Mischler. P. Foley. THIRD ROW: J. Connolly. J. Metzger. L. Beci<. D. Hagans. R. Klawonn. C. Ginn. E. McIntosh. G. Heberle. T . Janning. J. Schoenberger. J . Angerer . SECOND ROW: W. Thomas. R. Schmid. C. Flohre. D. Brown. C. Mescher. T. Hool<. J. Dernan. R. Slusser . M. Estevez. T. Ditzel. W . Poeppleman. R. Batsche. T. Burns. FIRST ROW : J. Loges. T . Kernan. Ronald Ryan. E. Axe (Treasurer) . C . Smith (Secretary). T. Kirk (President). G . Pflaum (Vice President) . W. Lunel<e . R . Herbert. Ralph Ryan.

Junior A Juniors hoping to become tomorrow' s Chemists.

McIntosh being measured for his class ring.


TOP ROW: N. Knoth. J. Kenney. A. Schekelhoff. E. Carder, J. Gehrich, D. Study, P. Bogin, Essman, R. Gunn . R. Kuntz. SECOND ROW: L . Klosterman, J . Speranza, R. Heckman, B. Piekutowski, J. Ziehler, J. Heider, J. Neal. J. Carmody, L. Hussman, E. Koehnen, E . Corrigan, C. Leyes, M. Dunnigan, V . Volk, B. Trame. FIRST ROW: R. Dierl<ers, D. Meyer, J. Tangeman (Treasurer), R. Benning (Secretary). H. Bonbright (President), D . Heck (Vice President), D. Albro, D. Nagle, R. Paulick, T. Kibler.

Junior B Junior B doesn't seem convinced.

E.Koehnen, H. Bonbright, R. Heckman and E. Corrigan examining plaques from Fr. Chaminade's tomb.


TOP ROW: L. Sullman, A . Florio, W . Sprauer , R . Bauer, L. Angoff, J. O'Meara, J . Kessler, J. Fisher. THIRD ROW: T. Tric1(, M. Kelly, R . Metzger, F . Krimm, F. Miller, G . Day, J . Bawidamann, C. DeBrosse, L . H ickey, C . Chapin. SECOND ROW: D. Reboulet , P. Fortman, J. Abele, E . Koverman, R . Lemons, L. Heider, J. Tuohy, W. Haywood, K . Zenge!. FIRST ROW: D. Johnson, R . Voelld, R. Benges, R . Karl (Treasure r). J . Zugelder President), P. Lowry (Secretary), A. D r ake, R. Braun, W . Geig.er.

(President), T. Macke y

(Vice

Junior C Junior C prepues for a speed test .

Christmas drawings give the r e al Yuletide Spirit.


TOP ROW: W. Kinser, W . Greaney, R . Gunn, R. Daum, J. Bulcher, R. Shig:ley. J. Hainer, R. Igel. J. Duell. J. Berner. THIRD ROW: R. Wiggenhorn, R. Ra1hweg, L. Illes, W . Wa1erkueUer, E. Sander, R. Weiher, G. O'Connel, W. Pa1on, L. Krueger. SECOND ROW: C. Gillen, C. Zuhl. T. Spahn, F. Burger, W. S1einbrunner. G. Heuing, F. Swift, J. Schuber1, T. Meyer. FIRST ROW : M. Ken1, R. Pfahler, D. Spitzig (Treasurer). C. Gen1ile (Secre1ary). N. Hochwal1 (Presiden1), D. Evans (Vice Presiden1). R. Davis, P. Chmielewski, J. Vul(ovic, G. Smith.

Junior D Juniors learn by applying 1he scientific me1hod.

Cramming a bit be1ween classes.


TOP ROW: N. Heil, J. Sendelbach, N. Plassenthal, W. Roth, D. Walter, F. Blommel, R. Fecher, J. Drerup, J. Trick, J. Brun. THIRD ROW: R. Pfeiffer, C. Sendelbach, J. Ostendorf, H. Boesch, J. Newland, P. Hobbs, J. Matt, E. Sherman, L. Trick, J. McGilvery. SECOND ROW: B. Krapf, D. Eckert, J. McMahan, R. Schierloh, M . Schaefer, E. Borgert (Vice-President), J. Drummer, M. Stein, K. Hemmelgarn, J. Huesman, T . Wuebben. FIRST ROW: C. McCloskey, J. Howley, S. Mauro, A. Staub, G. Spahn (President), J. Keller, P. Sayer (Treasurer), J . Koenig (Secretary) R. Carter, L . Gray.

Junior E Class recitation puts new life into studies.

Junior E finds diagrams easier to understand .


TOP R OW: G. Dellinger. N. D路Amico. W. Doerfler. T. Volk. G. Bond. C. Nahn. T. Clemens. G. Bothe. C. Hemmelgarn . R. Meyring. THIRD ROW: R. Ecl<ley. C. Brest. J . Butler. F. Ferdelmann. D . Jones. R. Zimmer. L. Reboulet. J . O'Donnell. J. Duffy. J. Janning. SECOND ROW: L. Glynn. A. Gondos. J. Templin. E. Flynn. T. Muth. W . Flinn. A. Kaulfin. R. Master s. D . Geiger . T. Kalt. H. Honious. FIRST ROW: A. Stamen. T. Monnig. D. Speyer. R . Daley (Secretary). V. Vallo (Vice President) . J. Hagan. R. Doody (President) . R. Moorman. A . Berens. W. Clark .

Sophomore A Playing football makes latin more interesting.

Sophs enjoy mag.azine rack in library.


TOP ROW: C. Horstman. J. Patterson. T. Jablinski. R . Clemens. D. Gebele. C. Trzeciak. L. Filzgerald. L . Smith (Secretary). G . Hauer. D . Traynor. THIRD ROW: T . Nyhan. J. Ungerleider. D. Dowling. R. Kleiner. T. Geis. R . Kuntz . J . Dunkmann. R. Peacock. R. Koehler. SECOND ROW: J . Schaaf. C. Klee. J. Rhodes. J. DeHart. J. O路Neil. C . Yahle. T. O路Donnell . T. Brodericl<. J. Evans . FIRST ROW: T. Berberich. C. Bertino. T . Bowles. H. Campbell. R . Eilermann (Vice President) . H . Motsch (President ). T. Santo. L. Root. N. Schiml. R . Tangeman.

Sophomore Playful Sophs hold a Yo-Yo contest.

B L . Root demonstrates his magic ability.


TOP ROW: G . Layman, R . Sch mall, E. Wehner, J. A . Connolly, A . Breig, J . Schwab (Vice Presidenl) , R . Carr , T. Kamme r. T HIRD ROW : M . Karadak, L. J . Kaulh (Treasurer) , W . Eberl , P . W o lf, R . We h ner , J . Duffy, T . Kronauge, G . Ch a mbers (Secretar y). S ECO N D ROW: J . M a dden, G . Mackey, D . Shumard, R . Brown (President). R. Gilfoil. F. Bruning, L . Deardo rff. C. D a muth . B. K e lly . FIRST R OW: J . Volk. W . R e boulet, J . Bach. E. Br uns. E . Stemle y. C. Quick, E. Sayer, P. Pleiman . G. Wise. T. Mullen .

Sophomore Cl asses don'l seem 10 bore Soph C .

C Geometry draws questions from inquisitive S ophs .


TOP ROW: J. Weidner. J. Lul<acs. G . Lefeld. D. Knapke. O. Perkins (Treasurer). H . Grimme. C. Goubeaux. THIRD ROW: M. TrickIer. R. Oslerday. G . Dillhof. T. Siafford (Secrelary). T. Hodapp. J. Nolan (Presidenl). D. Slemley. T . Schweitzer. SECOND ROW: R. Meyer. J. Zilinkas. J. Kirves. J. Reller . J. Miller. Wm. Neary. R . Wahrer . M. Winning. K . ' Lemons. FIRST ROW: J. Kreitzer. R. Dawson. R . Huelsman. R. Zugelder. C. Porler. T . Kreusch . V . Fischer. D . Hulchinson . R . Miller (Vice Presidenl) .

Sophomore D Bro. Sturm explains corr'e ci sentence structure.

Miller. Balzer. Hulchinson and L ukas examine Chrislmas cribs in Ihe Irophy case.


TOP ROW: C. McCarthy. J. Wiles. D. Dugan. C. Weiler. S. Maschino. W. Fleckenstein. H. Busse. H. Sprauer. T. Mooney. R. Hoygn. SECOND ROW: D. Hess. R. Sweetman. N. Hassenstab. R. Gard. T. Hilgeford. P. Terbay. D. Ross. J. VanDyke. J. Lynch. J. Hoodge. FIRST ROW: M. Manzo. W. Caulfield. T . Gross. H. Wissman. J. Tricl< (Treasurer). C. Hicl<ey. B . Fox. V . Bauer.

Keleman (Secretary).

Sophomore Sophs contribute to a worthy cause.

K. Hodapp

(President). B .

E Teacher's eye-view of Soph E.


TOP ROW: T . Daugherty. J. Shanesy. J . Treon. D . Fahnestocl<. D . Sche!lel. R . Marks. J . Spirl<. W. Hoff. C . McLaughlin. F. Sills. F. Bawidaman. THIRD ROW : T. Egan. J . Hussong. R . Aufuldish. J . Hey!. L. Anticoli. J . Knapp. M . Athmer . R. Newkold. R . L e Boeuf . R . Wallace. C . Monnin. SECOND ROW: R . Tischer. J. O 路Reilly. F. Brun. T. Geisler. J . Oldiges. F . McLain. J . Kurz. J . Schaefer. T. Harl<er. L. Horvath . C . Koenig. M. McGarry. FIRST ROW : A . Scarpelli. R. Yox. E. Loges. D. Heindl. W . Sander. A . Krystofil<. E. Head. E . Esser. G. Waizman. H. Volk. G. Heet e r.

Freshman A F r eshmen smile for Eagle photographer.

Freshmen hunting for microbes.


TOP ROW: M. Bulko . D. Taylo r. T. Haas. S. Stefan. J . Lafferty. E. Weaver. J. Kastle. K. Kuntz. R . Fiely. THIRD ROW : B. Mahle. R. Schmieding. F . Berardi. W . Stachler. J. Schubert. T. Tunney. E. Pytosh. R. Blincoe . J. Beck. J. Bellert. B . Federspiel. SECOND ROW : R . Lefeld. J . Johnson . W. Fitzgerald. J . Russel. W. Strady. J. Glode. A. Barlow.

W. Lee. R . Butz . D. Ferdelman. D. Keehn. R . Dunni!lan.

FIRST ROW: G. Jaspers. 'J . Kincade. R . Weizman. R. Westendorf (Treasurer). W . Sommer (Secretary). M . Miller (President). D. Wellmeier (Vice President) . E. Eisenhauer. R. Dix. R . Frei. R. HarleU.

Freshman B Something has distracted the freshmen.

Freshman counting days left in first year .


TOP ROW : T. Daugherty, J. Shanesy, J. Treon, D . Fahnestock, D . Scheg:el , R. Marl<s, J. Spirt<, W. Hoff, C. McLaughlin, F . Sills, F . Bawidaman. THIRD ROW: T. Egan, J . Hussong. R. Aufuldish. J. Heyl. L. Anticoli, J. Knapp, M . Athmer, R . Newl<old, R . LeBoeuf, R . Wallace. C. Monnin. SECOND ROW : R. Tischer, J . O'Reilly, F . Brun, T. Geisler, J . Oldiges, F. McLain, J . Kurz, J . Schaefer, T . Harker, L. Horvath, C. Koenig, M. McGarry. FIRST ROW : A. Scarpelli, R . Yox, E . Loges, D. Heindl, W . Sander , A. Krystofik, E. Head, E . Esser, G. Waizman, H. VolI<, G. Heeter.

Freshman A Freshmen smile for Eagle photographer .

Freshmen hunting for microbes .


TOP ROW : M. Bulleo, D. Taylor, T. Haas, S. Stefan, J. Laffer ty, E. Weaver, J . Kastle, K. Kuntz, R. Fiely . T HIRD ROW: B . Mahle, R . Schmieding, F . Berardi, W. Stachler, J. Schubert , T . Tunney, E . Pytosh, R. Blincoe, J. Becic , J. Bellert, B . Federspiel. SE COND ROW: R . Lefeld, J . Johnson, W . Fitzgerald, J. Russel. W . Str a dy, J . Glode. A . Barlow.

W. Lee . R. Butz, D . Ferdelman . D. Keehn. R. Dunnigan,

F I RST R OW: G. J a sp er s, 'J. Kincade. R . Weizman , R . W e stendorf (Treasurer) . W . S o mmer (Secretar y). M . Miller (President) . D . Wellmeier (Vice President). E . Eisenhauer . R . Dix, R. Frei, R. HarleU.

Freshman B S ometh ing has distracted the freshmen .

Freshman c o unting da y s leU in fi r s t year .


TOP ROW: A. Arber. E. Grusenmeyer. J. Meyers. N . Ostendorf. J. Omlor. F. Bawidamann. F. Stephans. R . Brautigam. R. Kaiser. THIRD ROW: R . Jeckering. J . Burl<e. R . Kaiser . NJ. Zwolsld. F . Bier. R. Lally. P . Haines. G . Hochwall. L . Marsico. D . Watern. J. Mauch. SECOND ROW: R. Bataille. R. Batsche. E . Evers. R. Woodworth. J . Reefe. R. Maldey. A . Joseph. L . Schweickart. B. Thill. R. Cornicl<. R. McCarthy. FIRST ROW: J. Denniston. R. McIlvain. L. Luehrs. C. Sprauer. D . Zugelder (President). D. Pel! (Secretary-Treasurer). A. Burger (Vice President) . J . Fox. T . Griffin. W . Lul<aswilz. G. Rhein.

Freshman C Bro. Landolfi and class sing in latin.

Freshmen enjoy the pause that refreshes.


TOP ROW: R, Horstman, R, Wuellner, J. Klippel. N. Monnin. D. Luther. R. Connell. B. Staub. J. Beery. W. Widmeyer . THIRD ROW: J. McGarvey, E. Hausfeld, R. Burger. J. HeidI. T. Mahlmeister, W. Schenking. W. Schriack. T. O路Meara. B. Gohman, W. Schulz. SECOND ROW: L. Hoelscher. R. Melia. J. LaVielle. D. Vogelsang:. J. Nurrenbrack. R. Monnin, R. Anderson. J. Kunl<. J. McAvoy. D . Brinkman. R. Krimm. L. Hannekan. FIRST ROW: R. Wenzler. D . Geiger . R . Paton. R. Walker . L. Spatz. C. Hilgeman. J. Lawler. S. Ciani. D. Steineman, R . Bellinger, J. Cochran.

Freshman D Camera attracts anxious Freshmen.

What's the time, Doc?


TOP ROW: D. Harris. R. Wymer. F. Bysale. R. Hecleer. T. Wilz. E. Cron. R. Wuellner. D . Dohner. THIRD ROW: J. Colfield. T. Kindle. J. Campbell. P. Streuber. G . Zimmerman. D. Wilson. M. Ballman. R. Stacie. D . Baldiga. J. Hallan. SECOND ROW: J. Baber Vice President). D. Bedrowsley. L. Noll. G. Zwisler. R . Loeber. G . Ambrose. R. Speller. E . Crompton. R. Smith. E. Hinlele . FIRST ROW : R. Steele. R . Knoth. A. Muhlenleamp. P . Mauro. P . O ' Bryan G. Won lea, M. Hemmert. M. Farm. G . West. G. Breidenbach.

(President). Ray

Wymer

(Secretary).

Freshman E Freshmen E intent on an explaination .

This boole seems interesting.


TOP ROW: K. Werner. R . Cramer. T . West. E. Muth. R. Relier. J. Abel. K. Bohman. J. Lofino. J. Fleischman. H . LaPorte. C. Rike. THIRD ROW: T. Cappel. J. Hinders. C. Smith. E. Dierkers. D. Thill. P. Monagham. W. Everhart. V. Jackson. J. Norris. SECOND ROW: D. Koverman. R. Weller. K . Shephard. T. Reichert. G. Romer. J. Lynch. R. Niekamp. K. Fox. T. Kleismit. R. Neff. FIRST ROW: C. Pushoff. R. Niedermayer. R. Lensch. D. Hilgeford. C. Seyfferle (Vice President). R. Volk (President). J. Fromholl (Secretary) . J . Mauro. H. Fackler. J. Michel. D. Poh!.

Freshman F Conjeslion on the stairway.

G. Ambrose. G. Zwisler. G. West and R. Smith having a snow ball fight after school.


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'I\' e students participate 111 a wide variety of activities designed according to a Christian pattern of preparation for future life. Each type of activity - religious, social , mental- must follow its distinct patterns. The ends of all .are, primarily, service to God , and , secondarily, our personal development. We must bring the principles of Christ into our daily lives. And . since these cannot attain their end without our whole-hearted cooperation , we must endeavor at all times to give our best in whatever activities we are engaged.

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The Senior C.S.M.C. members, TOP ROW: J. Koogler, F. Seiler, T. Hinders. H. McClellan. C. Schaefer. D. Scothorn. R. Glaser. J. Cochran. J. Raiff. THIRD ROW: J. Fisher. R. Bellmever. W. Barnett, C. LeBeouf. D. Conrady. D. Zimmerle . D . Young. E. Mershad. P. Rizzo. P. Koller. SECOND ROW: R. Reagan. P. Hilgeford. J. Bennett. R. Janning. D . Ackerman. G . Smolinski. N. Woif. F . Marra. T. Ahele. C. Buehler. W . Boland. G . Aiple. FIRST ROW: R. Whitman. R. Reboluet, W. Staley. R. Stoll. L. Butler, W . Monohan, J. Weis. T . Bonser. R. Fitzpatrick. J. Holler . W. Irwin.

The C.S.M .C. this yea r was divided into four units, each 路 forming a sepa路 ra te organiza ti o n. Des pite th e di ver路 sity of their set u p, the ou tstanding trait of the gTOUp was their ability to maintain unity and progress. Brother Fred ?vIathu es, coordinator of the C.S .M .C., was chi efl y responsible for the harmon y that exi sted among all groups during th e vari Qus projects of the year. The C.S.M.C. throu gh prayer, sacri fi ce, and study fo llowed the Christian Patterns laid down for us by our Divine Mod el ; a nd by their individual zeal and inspiration the members have helped to create among their fellow stucle n ts a grea ter re i igiolls spi ri t.

Sophomore C.S.M.C. officers: Builer. and D. Jones.

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Hagan. J .

Sophmores construct medieval churches as a Christmas project.

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The Junior C.S.M.C. members. TOP ROW: R. Daum. K . Zengel. G. Schenking, R. Batche, T. Meyer, L. Beck, T. Macl<ey, J. Meyring, R. Davis, F. Miller, F. Schubert . H. Boesch, R . Karl. BOTTOM ROW : G. Pflaum, P. Chmielewsl<i, W. Poeppleman, R. Brown, T. O'Connell, J. Newland, T . Kirk, C. Smith, G. Day, M. Kent , R. Gunn.

• • • T h eir p rogra m for Lhis yea r was o ne filled w ith a Vari e L)' o f interes ting and va lu a ble acti vities. A mong these ",e re: the sa le o f Christmas cards , ~fi ss i o n di spl ays, R osary d evo tions, a Lriduum o f prayers a nd benedictions for Ca rdin al M indsze n ty, th e F a ther Cha minade Pagea nt, a nd the publishing o f a wee kl y le nte n bulle tin . T he stud ents of Chaminade are proud of th e fa ct that the C.S.M.e. is produ cin g su ch religio us leaders as Willi a m Mo na ha n , pres ident of the ~choo l o rga ni za tion a nd R ecording Secre ta ry o f th e Bisho p T hill Conference. and Geo rge Pflaum, Nationa l Secre ta ry o [ th e e. S. j\,r. e.

Freshman C.S.M.C. officers: A . Burger , L . Spatz, J. Omlor, and C. Hilgeman. This informln!{ mission display was a project of the Freshman Unit of the C.S.M.C.

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* * Advisor Bro. Michael Moakler. and officers: Tom Hinders. Don Schwlel erman. Frank Seller.

Tom Mulh. Bernard Piel<utowsl<l. and Paul Pleiman prepare for lhe Slivers R a lly.

N o one who has ever walked the halls o f Chaminad e as a student or as a visitor has left witho u t h earing som ething of o ur school spirit. '''' henever qu alities of all organization become ex tremely evident or well recognized, there mU Sl be a so und reason . Cha min ade's reaso n lies in its Boos ter Club. T hrou gh the efforts of Brothel' Michael Moakler, this gro up strove l O inj ect vim and vigor into every r ally, ba nqu et and special projec t undertaken by the sch oo l; therefore, throughout the year there was a co nstant d emand for th eir ser vice.

STANDING : R. Maslers. L. Glynn. T . Schneble. T. Cappel. T . Mulh. B . Piekutowski. R. Wuellner. P . Plelman. SEATED: J . McAvoy. D. Taylor. F. Seiler. T . Hinders. D. Sch~eterman. A . Muhlenkamp. R . Cramer. R . Makley.


* * Officers: J. Hauser. C. Buehler. R. Reb 0 u I e I . Paul Knapke. an d Bro. Ruppel. G e 0 r g e Faculty Advisor.

Knowing that all work a nd no a musemen t would soon develop a Iist less stu d em body, the proj ector club has mad e schoo l Ii fe more pl easa nt b y inserting visua l education and recreation in to the everyda y routine_ Through this organizalion several feature length films were shown along with numerous hi sto ri ca l and factua l supple ments. Rea li zing the importance modern edu cators ha ve pla ced upon the cinema as a means of extensive edu ca tion, Brother Ruppel and his staff imp roved their status by purchasing n ew equipment, enlargi ng the projection room, and forming a policy of electing officers and of holding regularl y schedu led mee tings.

Tom Bonser. Charlie Nahn. Mark Schaeier and Pote Chmielewski demon.lrale projection technique .

BACK ROW: E. Mershad . M . Schaefer. G . Heberle. J. Madden. C. Chopin. D . Scothorn. D. Nagle. J. Angerer. THIRD ROW: C. Leyes. F. Krimm . R. O路Friel. D. Olinger. R. Gabriel. R . Conrady. R . Horvalh. P. Hilgeford. D. K unka. F . Schuberl. J. Huseman. E . Wahner, L. Glynn. SECOND ROW: R. Sprauer, O . Geering, J. Hauer, L. Reboulel. B. Fox. R. Gunn. T . Bonser, D . Spilzig, C. Nahn. R. Speller, J. Kindle, T. Seyfferle, T. Mooney. K. Hemmelgarn. FIRST ROW: P . Chmielewski, M. Zwolski. L. Rool, D. Reboulel, P. Knapke, J. Hauser. C. Buehler. J . Treon, J. Ryan, J. Knopp, R. Balsche.


LEE BUTLER President

EMMET McINTOSH Vice President

CHARLE S BIRTLE Treasurer

"Democracy within the school, " a re the word s which bes t p ortray th e purpose of the Stu de nt Council. T hi s orga nizatio n o f student government provides the opp ortunities for each student to coopera te with his fe llow cl ass m a tes and teach ers in suggesting a nd pla nning a be tter school li fe. Direc ted by Fa ther Seitz, the co un cil cove rs all problems of student activity in clliding those spiritu al, sch ola sti c, socia l a nd a thletic. To stim ulate further in terest in this gro up, the coun cil reorga nized its constitution, planned a su ccess路 ful dan ce a nd co nd ucted a n in tra mura l bas ketba ll to urn a ment.

SEATED : B . Eisenhauer, C. Hilgeman, R . Tangeman, J. Hagen, R . Sweetman. R. Brown, E . Esser, A . Burger, G . Wonka, R . Volk. STANDING : J. Zugelder, C. Porter , E . McIntosh, R. Davis, R. WaH, D . Albro, L . Keck, L . Butler, C. Staub, D . SchimmoHer.

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SECOND ROW: R. Borgerding. G. Lowry. C . LeBoeuf. J. Fisher. R. Horvath. R. Hovey. D. Young. L. Goetz. J. Williamson. N. Wolf. FIRST ROW : J. Weis. R. Finke. R. Stoll. J. Koogler. O . Geering. D. Z mmerle. F . Seiler. J. Holler. R . Fitzpatrick.

Because mathematics is the foundation of much that we know today, it is a world of deep thought, mystery and curiosity. Conscious of this fact, the Cham inade Math Club under its moderator, Brother Henry Honnen, attempted LO satisfy their curiosity by revealing som.e of its mysteries. Meeting twice monthly, the club planned excurs ions, endeavored to solve difficult problems, and to exp lain the vario us aspects of mathemaLics. Thro ugh this organ izat ion the members are given a keener insight into the finer points or the science of numbers.

0110 Geering explains

Jerry Koogler. vice president. 0110 Geering. president. Ray Stoll. treasurer. Don Zimmerle. Secretary.

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to a group of fellow


SECOND ROW: R. Smilh. P. Mauro. R. Stack, J. Baber, J. Holler. J . Mauro. L . Root. R . Huelsman. FIRST ROW: G . Smolins ki. R. Shields, P. Monagh a n . 1. Wets, R . Batsche. ABSENT: C. Flohre . R. Voellcl. F. Miller.

G . Smolinski . J. H o ller. and J . Weis look to the future .

Since nineteen twenty- nin e the thought of every Cha min ade student, teacher a nd friend h as been one of schoo l co nstru ction and improvement. Today, the purpose of the Building Fund Committee is to make this dream a reality of con cre te a nd sLee t. U ntiringly these "Me n o f Chaminade" work toward th e well being of o th e rs.

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Paul Knapke, Dick Haas. and Char lie Grismer prepare for the rush hour. REAR ROW: J. Abele. R. Stelzer. F . Kronauge . P. Knapke. P. Kapp. R . Horvalh. J. Lulher , C. Grismer. T. Schweilerman. D. Marcum . MIDDLE ROW : G. McGonigal . D. MagIe. C. Birlle. L. Suttman, W . Fecher. J. Murray. J . Tangeman. D . Payne. T . Abele. R. Schmid. R. Balsche. RONT ROW : J. Zimmer. P. Sireu ber, T . Meyer. J. Schoenberger, R . Clemens. W . Geiger, B . Trame, R . Bt-aun. J . Vukovic . W. Greaney .

* Although the Chaminade Ca feLe ri a does not present the beautiful interior di spla yed in most high schools, one will go far to find the effi cien cy a nd responsibility possessed by the members o f its cafeteri a sq uad s. T hrough (he efforts of Brother Francis Schroeper and under the n ew syste m o f ca fe ter ia service, the eight hundred and fift y members of the stude nt-bod y always enjo yed co urteo us and prompt service.


SECOND ROW : G . Zwi s ler. R a y Gunn. R. Da um. J . Hamer. R. K ern . P . Chmie l e w ski . FIRST ROW : R. Reboule l , T . L a u f ersw e ller . J . Griffith , 1 . K elley, W . Barne ll . William Barnell. John Griffith and Tom Laufersweiler prepare for action.

* Tribute should also be paid to the generalis mothers of students who sacrificed their personal time to aid in serving the meals. Mrs . Clyd e Staley, along with her two assista11lS, lvIrs. A lice Jackson a nd Mrs. Margaret MdvIahon, is also deserving of great praise. For the past lwen ty years, she has head ed the studen t cafeteria and has been largely res ponsibl e for accommodat ing the student- bod y in only two short hours.

Seniors of Cham in ade's fon y- nine Debate Club were proud of th e fact that they were the first deb a ting tea m to come from the hall s of the school in recen t years. Under the tutelage of Brother Fred Mathue.s, the m embers of the club were eager for experience, so that someday they might becom e guardians of our democracy and our Christian Patterns.

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Barney Trame, Bob Schmid. and Dick Schigley on icullery duty. REAR ROW: R . Wuellner . J . PaUerson. C. Hilgeman. W. Schullz. J . McGarvey. D. Dugan. R . Broderick . L . Glynn. D . Luther. A . K a uflin. T. Haas. R. Horstman. MIDDLE ROW: L . Hoe lscher . R . Kuntz . R . Wymer . C. Hickey . J. Burke. V. Jackson. J . Rhoa d es, D . Taylor . D. Knapke . W . Stackle y . N. H asenla b , B . Gohman. FRONT ROW: R . W e ism a n , W. Ca ul field , R . Huel s m a n , D . Peet , R . W es lendorf, R . Wy mer, W. Lee, L . R oot , G . Bond , W . Lukasvil z.


1) Chaminade's Christmas Band Concert, 2) William Stelnbrunner and Paul Knapke In the Chaminade Day play, 3) Mr. Thomas Brightwell presents Fuzzy Faust with the Chamber of Commerce Trophy at the football banquet, 4) Brother Janning explains the mission display to B . Sommer and C. ' Hilgeman, 5) Bob O'Friel and ' Don Kunka, G>ur sound engineers, 6) Brother William Cole , Brother William Anderson and Father Hofstelter look over a news-release for the Marianist Centennial, 7) "Time oul for eats!" , al the Julienne Junior Dance, 8) Ralph Ryan, Joe Tangeman, Gene Sayer , John Gough, and Jack Pribek lalk over Ih .. da.y 路s highlights .

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I) Family Rosary Night in the yard. 2) Celebrating after that Roger Bacon game. 3) Last call for turkey raffle carda. 4) The band puts on a show at the "nil lime during the Purcell Game . S) Art Munch. Bob Worland. Don Ackerman. Perry Weaver. and Frank Burger take time out from their studies. 6) Rose Smith. Janet Eckley . Ted Broderick. and Glen Lefeld enjoy Tau Lamba' s Dance. 7) Coming out of Church after the Father Chaminade Day Mass. OJ Otto Geering and Robert Kern

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priest and student in the Father Chaminade Day play.

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That the graduated "Men of Chaminade" do not easil y forget their Alma Mater was quite evident thi s past year as the Alu mni Association met each mon th to plan one of the best yea rs of activity in its history. The main task of the grads was to set up a Board of Directors to which a member of each d epa rting' class would be elected. Through this organization a host of activities were planned including the highly successfu I Homecoming game.

Alumni Officers: Mr. Ed. Borchers. Mr. James Winters. Mr. Thomas McLaughlin. Mr. Robert Butler.

T hi s year the University of Dayton Stadium became the site of Chaminade's first ann u a I homecoming game. The highli ght of the occasion was the staging of the hilariou s "Halftime Frolics" during which the first "Queen" was presented and crowned. Bob Paulick presents the "Queen." Jim Winters.

Highlight of the evening -

Following the Homecollling game at the stadium , the festivities of the even IIlg were concluded with the annual alumni dan ce held at Lakeside Park. With the closing of this firs t homecoming celebration in the school's history, the Chaminade grad s looked forward to a bigger and brighter future.

the homecoming. dance at Lakeside Park Ballroom.


At the opening of the school year Brother Joseph Trageser, band director, announced a new policy whrch ca lied for long hours of drill and practice. This was LV mark the b eginning of a building-up process. The band was to grow; the band was to have a future. Soon th e fruits of this new schem e had becom e quite ev id ent. For the first time since nin etee n forty-five, th e band gave both a Christmas and spring concert. New in strum ents added glitter to the more pep py and spirited array of mu sicians that serenaded the stands at half time. T he brig'htest fact facing the band direc tor at the close of the year was that only six of the musicians are on the graduating list.

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lIRO. JOSEPH TRAGESER . Director

* JAMES HOUSER

* CHARLES LOPER

. JOHN GRIFFITH

LOUIS GOETZ

NORMAN STILES

JOHN GEARY


TOP ROW: R . Aufderheide, R . Butz, R. Streuber, G. Day, E. Stemley, E. Head, K. Kuntz. L. Goetz. MIDDLE: R. Stack, B . Fox. V. Jackson, J. Hoodge, J. Pallerson, J . Dunkmann, R . Wiggenhorn, J. Hauser (Caplain). C. Damuth. R. Wiehr. FRONT: R . Loeber, T. Kindle, P. Haines. D. Traynor. T . Kreusch, C. Quick, C. Brest, J . Griffith.

" Bi g oaks from little acorns grow," would best d epict th e differen ces in the band o f to路 cla y a nd th a t o f a few yea rs ago. From the small but zea lous group whi ch form ed in nine路

teen twenty路nine has grown an organi zation whi ch ca n be proud of its achi evements. T h e first a nd forem ost of these was the production o f Ch a minade's first sprin g con cer t.

A TRIBUTE TO OUR "ALMA MATER."

SALUTING THE CA.THOLIC YOUTH ORGANIZATION

DRUM MAJOR JOHN GRIFFITH


TOP ROW: J. Hallan, J. Omlor, E . Jeckering, L. Deardorf, C. Loper. J . Cambell. L. Blincoe. R. Johnson. MIDDLE: F. Miller. R . Kaiser. J. Geary, J. Hauer, D. Geiger. B. Mahle. T. Bowles, J. Baber, L. Glynn. R . Ambrose. FRONT: J . Kronenberger, T. Mooney, R. Schmid. R. Kaiser . S. Reichert. G . Dellinger . ABSENT: L . Lynch, B. Kurz. N. Stiles. C. Bertino. D. Study. C. Rike.

The roar of the "Little Red Caboose" and the merriment at the "Gypsy Festival" told the success story of this cavalcade of music. Under the di rection of Brother Joseph Trageser an d

DISPLAYING SOME FANCY FOOTWORK

. A SERENADE TO CHAMI NADE HIGH SCHOOL

DRUM MAJOR FRED MILLER

guest conductor, rVIa urice R eichert, the Chaminade musicians overwhelmed a large audience with various classic and novel pieces, and by adding many voice and musical solos.


CARL SMITH Feature Editor

TOM KIRK Feature Editor

The constant clicking of typewri ters, the cease less rustling of paper and the errat ic movement of pens and pencils hera ld the nearing of another copy deadline.

Staff member along with their editors work

feverishly until the last article is complete. There is a sigh of relief as the matei-ial is hurried to the printer. Such is often the scene in the office of the "C haminade News." Under the capable guidance of Brother George McKenzie, the News is published from six to eight Brother McKenzie explains a few things. Ed Sander and Pat Foley do some catching up. STANDING: W. Barnet!. D. Evan • • L. Hu •• man. R. Metzger. SEATED: J. Wei • . D. Scothorn. M. Kent. J. Hamer. E. Sander. H. McClellan .


JIM FISHER Sports Editor

ROGER WITTE Editor-in-Chief

times during the school year. Editor Roger W"itte along with Carl Smith, Tom Kirk, Bob Davis, Jim Fischer and others maintained the News as the student's favorite by adding new features such as the highly popular pictorial section. As part of a Christian set-up, the News implanted in its earnest staff a sp irit of determination and responsibility which will prove to be a powerful asset to them in their future labors. T. Kibler and R. Metzger near the deadline. Editor Roger Witte points the way.

STANDING: T . Dil zel. R. Davis . M . Schaefer. R. Balache . W . Doerfler. SEATED: P . Foley. P. Bogin . C. Gentile . T. Kibler . F. Swift. J . Tunney.


Through past yea rs the Chaminade annual

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of evolution. Since the day when the first "Eagle" met its deadline to the present day, the class yearbook has changed from a pamphlet of pictures to a masterpiece of print and photos: This year the staff took up the ever existin g challenge to compile an "All American" annual. Combining imagination with initiative, the "Eagle" staff has pieced the achievements and even ts of the school year into a treasure-chest of memories, which appears to be the fruit of a job well done . The business staff under the guidance of Brother 'W illiam Anderson assured the success of the ann ual by co nducting a record-breaking drive previous to the Christmas holida ys. Uncler the tutelage of Brother Albert Kozar, the ed itorial staff based its literary project on the th eme of "O ur Christian Patterns" and raced against time to put their production into th e h ands of the stud en ts before th e en d of May.

STANDING: C. Yung. N. Siefert. L. Bruns. SEATED: T. Schneble. R. Pribel<. P. Hilg:eford.

Business Staff: STANDING: D. Young. W. Monahan. J . Holler. . â&#x20AC;˘ SEATED: L. Buller. T. Abele . C . B ir t!e .


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Editorial Staff : STANDING: D. Zimmerle , P . Koller . SEATED: N . Wolf, O. Geering, J. Weis.

Photographers MARK SCHAEFER PETE CHMIELEWSKI

Activity Staff : M. Haines. J. Koogler. L . Keck.

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Sports Staff : J . Griffith, J . Kelley , G . Aiple.


Energetic librarians prepare new books for the shelves.

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STANDING: Ray Wuellner. W. Flohre, R. Sprauer. SITTING: R. Moakley, D. Geiger , W. Schulz, Ron Wuellner. ABSENT: C. Trzeciak.

Speed and efficiency characterized the Library Staff. A competent crew supervised uy Father Robert Brown, contributed a wealth of exp erience to the facilities afford ed by our storeroom of knowledge. Knowing the importance of today's literary efforts, the library encouraged the students to read more in order to ready themsel ves for the Ii terary life.

Although still in its infancy, the Radio Script 'W riters Guild headed by Bro. Joseph Janning awaited the opportunity to di splay its value in the school program. R ealizing the influence of radio on everyda y life, the members of this group met each month in order to pra ctic<; script composing and produce radio transcriptions.

STANDING: J. Hamer, J. Murray, R. O'Friel, C. Gentile. SITTING : J . Hauser, D. Kunka, D. Olinger, H. Spraley .

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Busy Radio Writers learn that , "Practice malees perfect."

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1) Cheering at a football rally. 2) Turkey Drive winner i. Charles Hickey, Thomas Kernan . Anthony Staub and Elmer Sherman, exhi.bit their prizes, 3) Kirk , Buller and Smith allend a Y. C. S . meeling a t Julienne, 4 ) Jim Mack Iries 10 leach our Chaminade Eagle 10 fly . while Gene Belardino. Paul Rizzo , Donald Young, G'e ne Sommer , and Paul Ryan look on, 5) Emil Mershad . Joe Williamson, Dan Bramlage, Dave Young, Jerry Weis, Bob Fitz palrick, Roberl Vocke, Don Zimmerle and Mike Ryan work an experimenl in Ihe Physics Lab , 6) Cheerleaders John Beck, Bob Huelsman , Don Speyer , and Herberl Cambell warm UP in Ihe yard, 7) Our bookslore o!,eralors, Jos eph Spirk , Richard Gilfoil and Gene Sayer , 8) Thai nighl rally, righl aUer we won the City Champions hip. -

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SEATED: Mrs. Waller Heberle. Mrs. Anthony Kauflin. STANDING: Mrs. Carl Heck . Mrs. Joseph Hinders.

* * * * * T he exce llent turn out of the Dads' Club a t a ll PTA mee tings exempli fied their willingness to coopera te on all school ac tivities and to do all in their power to further a grea ter und ersta ndi ng between the students, teachers and parents. T hrough th e su pe rvision o f its Presiden t, Mr. H erman R aiff, th e Fath ers met each mo nth to di scuss pro blems a nd to pla n va ri ous social ac ti vi ties. SEATED: Mr. William Glynn, Mr. Herman Raiff, Mr. Robert Janning. STANDING : Mr. Be rna r d Thill, Mr. Car l Heck, Mr. Louis Deininger.

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STANDING : Mrs. Katherine Day, Mrs. Leo K nox . SEATED : M r s. Edwa rd Scha af.

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T he MOLher's Club, one or Lhe ai ds towards abe tt e l' teacher-s tud e n t understandin g, has very a ptl y served throughout the year as a guidin g factor in the social organi zat ion of th e school. U nder the direction of their President, fvI r s. A nt h 0 n y Kauflin, th e Mothers spo nsored several dan ces and cooperated with th e Fathers in cl on a ting a telev ision set to the Brothers. The Mother's Club in session.

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Along with the new policy or band re-orga nization came a com路 plete revision of th e Band Mothers. Brother Jose ph Trageser, moderator of the gro u p, changed the m embership of the club from mothers of Lh e mu sicians to anyone interested in the welfare of the organization. T he work of the Boosters included the spon sor ing of bingos and raffles, the prolllotion of the Christ路 Illas and Spring Concerts, and in general a wholehearted coo pera tion in every band activity. Discussing the plans spring concert ,

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One eve nin g durin g th e month of October th e students of Cha minad e a lon g with th eil pa rents gathered in the sc hool yard to honor Our Lad y of th e Rosar y with th e recita tion .of the rosa r y, a serm on and b enedi ctio n . In hi s sermo n Fa ther Di ckson e m phasized th e fact that " we" a re th e Church 's so luti o n to th e modern evil o f sec ul a ri sm , a nd th a t we should sprea d Chri stia n pa ttern s over the world by good exa mpl e ra th er th a n by word s alon e. S'lcra -

* Th e stud ents a long with the facult y celebrated as an a nnual event, th e Feast o f Fa th er Cham inade. Th e day ho nors th e founder of th e Society of Mary a nd the patron o f ou r school. Th e week-lo ng celebration of novena pra yers, classroom discussion s, radio ta lk s, a nd Pageant was clima xed by a Sol emn Hi gh l\bss ce lebra ted o n the las t day of th e wee k.

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.'\ novel event was recorded in the annals of [h e school this yea r, for unlik e oth er years the Freshm en had th e ir o wn individu al r etrea t. In the co urse of th e three da ys of praye r and medita tion , Fa the r l)a ul Kelley, th e retreat master, stressed the use of th e sa cra ments, especiall y Confess ion a nd Holy Communio n . H e al so emphasized th e importance of Sa nctifyin g Gra ce to th e individu al and th e necessity o f p er formin g da il y duti es to the best of o ne's a bilit y. By receiving Our L ord in the Blessed Sacra me nt on th e las t da y of th e r etreat , each Freshm a n pledged him se lf to fo ll o w with more con victi o n th e Ca tho li c wa y of li fe . â&#x20AC;˘ eshmen discus. one of the conference. wilh Father Kelley .

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TOP ROW, left to right: J. Abele , T. O 'Co nn ell , P . Koller, J. Lutber, J. Buckley. MIDDLE ROW, left to rigbt: R. Fi e l)" T. Abele, J. Holler (President), T. Kalt, R . O 'Fde l, T. Kron a uge. FRONT ROW , left to right: W. Poep路 pel ma n, J. Cam pbell , R . Dal ey, R . N iekamp , lI-拢. Estevez, C. West. Servers pose betore the alia. of God .

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D u ri n g the celebration of Father Ch amin ade Daya n in 路 formative pageant was enacted by a group of stude nts. It POI" trayed fo ur j O}'S of Father Cham 路 in ade's life which e nvoll'ed from an interview of a school princi pal, Otto Geerin g, conducted Ill' a typical schoo l reporter, Boh Kern. The sce n es presented were: The Vision at Saragossa, The Soda li sts and Fr. Chaminade, T he First Brothers of Mary~ a nd Father Chaminade Hea rs of th e Mis.~ionaries to Ame rica. Father Chaminade

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The Sophomore-Junior retrea t, preached b} Father Bertrand Clemen s, was held at Emmanu el's Church from Janu a r y 30 to February 2. Father Clem ens, an alumnus of Chaminade, de livered hi s se rmon s on a variety of religious topics. H e held th e inte rest of the retreatants with bis un ending strea m of a necdo tes. As a fruit of their retreat he recomm ended that they resolve to receive the Sacra ments of Pe nance anrl Hol y E ucharist weekl y. A Solemn High Ma ss ce lebra ted by Fr. John Dickso n , the school chap lain , was a fitting climax to th e da ys of grace and prayer . Father Bertrand exchanges high school experiences with a group of stUdents ,


I) Starling the school year with Fr. Dickson offering the Mass . 2) Miller points out a poster calling atlention 10 Catholic Book Week February 20-26. 3) Freshman participating in the Mlssa Recitala. 4) Carl Smith (Pres . of Ihe V.C.S . Federation) addresses the C.S.M.C . of the Sophomore division. 5) The faculty honoring their Spiritual Mother al a Solemn High Has â&#x20AC;˘. 6) A crowded Chapel offering benediction for Cardinal Mindszenty. 7) Bill Monahan recBiv ing a medal for hi. oulslanding work in Ihe C.S.M.C.

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STANOING : Lee Buller. Jim RaUf. Bob Koepnlck . SEATED : Larry Siaub. The King. and Jack Angerer .

STANDING : Dave Evans. Anlhony Siaub. Richard Bauer. Roberl Karl. and Donald SpUdg . SEJ\.TED: Harry Bonbrighl. Thomas Spahn. George Mischler . and Carl Smith.

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1) Ah hah! Here is the reason the fellows always look sleepy in the morning. 2) What's the maHer Willie? Scare you? 3) Oil yeah! Well I've got witnesses to prove it. 4) Looks lil<e a game of follow the leader. 5) Um , nice! The car , that is. 6) Freshman skating party, but where are all the Freshies.

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Sports must not only contribute to our physical development, but they must also teach us cooperation and fair play by bringing about a recognition of our duties to self and . to others. This is the Christian pattern that sports must follow , and it is a guide that can be applied to our recreation throughout life. Since sports of today need the support of those who participate directly and those who take part indirectly, it is the duty of us to see our responsibility and to christianize it.

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Though this season was not the best in the Eagle's gridiron history, it proved to be one of the most interesting; for it saw a green, inexp erien ced line turn into a roaring inferno of devastation. It saw a backfield that had both brain and brawn pulverize opposing teams with its scoring prowess. T hi s year also m arked a new scoring record of 283 points in a single season. Although losin g their first two games to out-of-town 0ppo;lents, the Eagles ca me back with that never-say-clie attitude that is characteristi c of Chaminacle. From this point on, th ey wreaked disaster o n an y and all op po ne n ts. The first to DR. ROY BOGGAN Team Physician

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• • • feel the m ighty claws of the Eagles were the highly rated Bulldogs of Fairview who were trounced 45 to O. In the inaugural alumni home-coming game, the machine-like Eagles reached their peak of perfection, accomplishing a most spectacular triu mph over the unbeaten champions of Ironton High School with the score of 47 to 7. The climax of the season came with the championship game between the last year's "City Champions", Kiser and the Green Clad gridders from Chaminade. The high flying Eagles emerg'ed from the fra y the victors by a score of 59 to 0, and thus wrapped up another City Championship for Chaminade.

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BRO , STEVE SHEEHY Athletic Director

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0 - TOLEDO CENTRAL 19 10,000 fa n s wa lch Eagles lose open er · . . wo rst se tback sin ce Massillon gam e in '46 .. . 90 heat scorched gr idiron ... Eagles recove r fumbl e a nd bl.ock pu~t in fir st fram e but fa li to ca pita lize on eith e r · .. McC loskey scored fir st T.D . on 19 yd . run . . . Bo bbi e Koepni ck's 54 yd. tou chdown ja unt rul ed o ut of bounds . R eik e r sma sh ed 35 yd s. fo r 2nd tou ch down . . . 3rd qu a rter Eagle rall y stalled on 19 . . . Kamim ski ca vo r ted 8\ yds. for final T .O . . . . Final score \9 -0 . .. Sta ub standout on defe nse. 0

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3,000 fan s jo urn ered to Qu een City onl y to see Eagles lose heart-brea ker . . . C. H .S. lin e improves . .. Ma lon ey, Coch · ran , a nd O 'Conn e ll towers of stre ngth on lin e . . . Koe pni ck, Butl e r, R a iff a nd tin y, bu t mig ht y Bill P arke r sta nd out in backfi eld . .. Bolger scored first T .D . on 19 yd . r un . . . Lee Bu tler sco red first C. H .S . to uchdow n o n a qu a rte r· back snea k .. . H e bbeler circled r ig ht e nd for winnin g Cava lie r tou chdow n . . . Koe pni ck scam pe red 19 yd s. fo r final T.D . ... Ne wl a nd 's a tte mpted co n versio ns we re bl ocked . Koepnlc:k ",opa Bolger for no 91lln In Put "ell till .

45 - FAIR VIEW 0 Eagles ra n ra mpa nt ove r ha pless Bull · dogs ra ted "a tea m to bea t" . . . After a blocked bull dog p unl. Butl er heaved th e o va l to Koe pni ck fo r lh e IH T.D . . . . BUlle r to Ta nge ma n pass e nded first h a lf sco ring . . . Koepni ck cras hed 49 yd s. 1'0 1 fo urth T .O . of ga me ... BUlle r to A nge re r ae ri a l covered 73 yd s. fo r next lo uchd o wll · . . Bre nn a n b locked Fa irvie w ki ck and we n t to 3 . . . Ne wl a nd sco red . . . Kind e r , H ess, P e rkin s led drive resultill g ill final to uchd own by Kind e r . . . All -C it y Ba h Koepni ck stand o ut 0 11 offell se. nutlet I .. k... off on t Flllrview.

7 - ROGER BACON 6 Eagles win cl ose o ne as R a iff ki cks deciding p oint .. . 7,500 fail S wa tch Cree ll a nd White stop fas t Sp a rt a n backfield on th e 4 . . . Sleave ns sna pped a pass lO Fe ll e rh oH fo r o nl y Spa r tan ta ll y . . . Ca tching a B Ull e r pass, Koe pni ck scam per ed 74 yds. fo r T. O. o nl y lO have il nullifi ed . . . Ty in g tou chdown made o n a Butle r to Koe pni ck pass with Koep nick run n in g 27 yd s. fo r the sco re . .. Fa ns we nt wil d as Jim R a iff ca lml y spli l upr ights fo r winning po in t . . . C. H .S. lin e played a b rui sing ga me . XOlipnlc:k oIuJch •• forward u .. n .

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27 - WILBUR WRIGHT 6 Eagles win 27-6 as va unted Pil o t allack was sto pped co ld I~y hard -ch.a rgl ng Ea~ l e li ne . . . Ali -C Ity Bobble Koe plll ck ~ m ac h ed over ri o-h t e nd for fir st T.D . . . . .-\. blocked Lem~ning punt by Koe pnick se t up a Buller to Koep ni ck tou chdown pass ... Raiff intercepted pa ss and raced 59 ytls. before beIng stopped ... Angerer registe red a no th er T. D. afte r sca mpe rin g 25 yds . ... Angere r ree led o[f 60 yds. for final to uchd o wlI . . . Rese rves pla yed second ha l[ . . . Ta ngema n a nd Spa hn were sta ndouts .. . Bill Monahan , All -C it y guard, manned hi s position well.

47 - IRONTON 7 9,000 wa tch spirited Eag le team ma ssa cre hig hl y rated .Iro nto n Tigers in fir st Hom eco me ga me .. . E nd Joe Tangeman co nsta ntl ), harrassed fin e puntin g of John Shelton . . . Pete Kathman an d Johll Breite nstein bullwarks of stre ng th . . . :'Ialon e), sped 55 ),ds. for a T.D. after gatbering up a partia ll )' blocked PUIll . . . Eagles rack up three touchdowns in as man)' pl a),s from scrimma ge ... Ange rer. Butler, Koep ni ck, figure heavil y in sco r IIlg . . . Koe pn ick est a bl ished b im se l f as a passe r .. . Pe rkin s made fina l T.D. Butler

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44 - ROOSEVEL T 0 5,000 peopl e sa l in a stea d y downpour as Eagles claw Tedd ies 33-0 d espite a sea of mud ... Bobbie Koepnick smashed over [rom th e 10 for first T.D . .. . Jim R a iff bulldozed his way from six for first of his two six-po inters . . . Angerer sma sh ed over from two fo r 3rd T.D .. .. Tangeman b locked Tedd ie punt ... R a ifE reeled off 42 yds. [or th e sco re ... Kinder snagged pa ss from Perkin s and sw ivel hipped 15 yds. for final T.D . . . . Coch I-an , Parker, Tangema n buIllI'arks of stre ngth on the lin e. Koepnick puis on sleam and leave. Harrell far behind In Roosevelt encounter.


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11 ,000 watch All-C ity Bobbie Koepnick rack up five T.n .'s as Eagles claw Pa nthe rs 59-0 . . . Koepn ick gains city sco rin g honors with 108 points .. . Speed mer cha nt Koep ni ck made 1st T .n . . . . Ta ngeman bl ocked p unts . . . Koepnick Lo T angeman pass covers 65 yds. for a T. n . . . . Pin -point passing by Lee Butl er resulted in a tou chdown b y Brenn a n .. . R a iff plun ges from 1 for th e next tall y . . . AlI -C iLy Bill Mo naha n ma nn ed hi s guard post feroc iou sly . .. Pat Malon ey co nstantl y broke- up Panth er pl ays Perkin s aeria led to Kind er for fin a l T.O . of "49" seaso n . Koepnick sweeps around end against Kiser .

1) Boarding buses for Purcell trip. 2) Buller grits his teeth and plows ahead. 3)The boys play hide -and-seek against Bacon. 4) U'. over! 5) Hagan being chased by the ref. 6) Watching the "BaUle of Ihe Mud Bowl" from the bench. 7) TroU ing: on loward, another victory.

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A 路Tribute To The Departing Seniors PAT MALONEY: rough and rugged center; backed up line with equal ferocity ... Best ganie, Ironton.

JIM RAIFF: played three backfield positions, exce lled at all. Possessed educated toe .. . Best game, Roger Bacon.

PETE KOTHMAN: guard; immovable object, always battering down opposing linemen . . . Best game, Roger Bacon.

LARRY STAU.B: played defensive back most of the time. Noted for his bone-br.eaking blocks . .. Best game, Toledo Central.

BILL MONAHAN: guard; irresistable force, constantly in enemy backfield. Standout on defense . .. Best game, Wilbur 'Vright. BILL PARKER: dynamic little guard and halfback. Injured early in season, but still performed notably ... Best game, Roosevelt. JACK . COCHRAN: big, rough, tough tackle. Well adapted to the manly art. of football .. . Best game, Fairview. JOHN BREITENSTEIN: speed merchant of the line? Helped make line the most feared in Dayton ... Best game, Purcell. BILL BREN AN: called "glue fingers" for short. Caught touchdown passes against Ironton and Kiser ... Best game, Ironton.

JACK ANGERER: average yards gained best of C. H. S. backs. Always a dangero us threat. Best game, Stivers. JOE KINDER: mighty-mite of the backfield. A dangerous breakaway runner . . . Best game, Roosevelt. LEE BUTLER: aerial wizard, passes set up many touchdowns. Could run also, when needed. Masterminded team to a successful season . . . Best game, Kiser. BOB KOEPNICK: sparkplug of the team, triplethreat back, set new scoring record of 108 points in a sing'le season. All City and All State. Scored 30 points in Kiser game. Best game, Kiser.

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l\len of Chaminacle we're chee ring for you. Be hard fighting men through and through Our Green and "Vhite must fl y ever proudly in the sky, For the honor of Chaminacle High.

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TOP ROW: P. Sayer, Mgr .. J. Newland, P. Maloney, J . Mack, H. Bronbright, E. McIntosh, Ed. Spang, Coach. FIRST ROW: D. Wall, R. Horvath, B. Koepnick, T. Hoch wall, B . Benning.


1) A tango line is formed during the Co-op game. 2) Wall Iries one against Kiser. 3) Koepnick and Horvalh apply the old squeeze play in Fairview tilt . 4) Horvalh goes up in the air along with the gianls from Dunbar. 5) Wall' s attempted block is in vain against Purcell. 6) Horvalh goes all oul in Dunbar game.

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RESER VE SCHEDULE WE Xenia ..................... .. .. .. ... 23 Toledo Central ............ 26 Roosevelt ...................... 36 Troy ............ .. ... .. ............. 43 Piqua .............. .. ................ 33 Greenville ................ ....• 5 Xenia .... .................. .. .. .... 32 Fairmont ...... .. ............ .. .. 23 Delphos St. John ........ 35 Hamillon Catholic .... 23 Holy Trinity ................ 51 Wilbur Wright ............30 Emerson Sophs ............ 45 Silvers ............................25 Roo ... v .. 11 ........... .. .......... . 38

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The reserves this year posted the enviable record of 19 wins and only. 4 losses. After losing their first game to Xenia, they proceeded to win six straight before again tasting defeat. The Reserves were sparked by the general all around playing of "Babe" Perkins, Dick Brown, Don Schumard , and Tom O 'Donnell, all of whom are sophomores, and "B ugs" Benning, a junior. Head Basketball coach, Ed Spang, playing a dual role, also manned this strong outfit.

TOP ROW: S. Stachler. Coach. A. Barlow. J. Omler. A. Burg.. r. P . Monahan. C. Smith. N . Monin. A. Krystofik. FIRST ROW: T. Griffith. J. Rhein. J. Laferty. B. Stachler. B. Hoff. J. Spirit.

FRESHMAN SCHEDULE WE Mlllmlsburg .................. 16 Xenlll ............ .................. 15 Kiser ................................ 2. Hllmilton .................. .. .... 19 • Holy Trinity ....... .. ....... 17 Dunbar ......... .. ............... 11 Belmont ...................... .. 29 SHvers ............ ................ 14 McKinley ........ ................ 20 Wilbur Wright (Sophs ) .................... 15 Fairview ........................ 20 Beavercreek ............ .... 43 Wilbur Wright .......... .. 18 Newport Catholic ......21 Beavercreek ................ .28 Roosevelt " .. ................ 23

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Cat;leRe4e/w.ed. T he Freshman basketball team did not find themselves in the winning column too often this season, but the expe ri ence they gathered wi ll make them excell ent material for future competitio n . Lack of facilities and poor support by their fellow classmates accounted for much of their lack of success. Coaches Spike Stachler and Brother Joseph Concannon are no t pessimistic over the results. In time the boys will lose their rough edges and prove va luable material for the fut ure.

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The past four years have shown a continued improvement and growth in the intramural bowling league and this progress confirms the popularity of the sport alllong the Chaminade stude nt body. The keglers, eighty regulars in number, spent a very active season dividing their Sunday evenings between the Recreation and Royal alleys. The groups were organized into three leagues and keen interest and competition marked the pIa y-offs between the respective teams. Brother Paul Landolfi held the posi tion of faculty advisor and coord inator and prepared the first and second teams of each league for participation in the J. KELLER . J. RAIFF. J. KOOGLER. E. MANNY. J. JOHNSON

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National Telegraphi c Bowling Contest. H e was ably assisted in his post by M r . Staub and Mr. Miller, members of. the Fathers club, who fa ithfully gave the boys ex p ert g uidance and direc tion throughout the seaso n. The main attraction of the seaso n was the Father a nd Son Tournament. Of the m a n y that participated the first three to place were: Mr. Lizak and Koogler; Mr. Kell er a nd Son; Mr. Raiff and Son. Through the season the "Se nior Stars" lead the Ameri can League. T hey were closely hounded by anoth er Senior team, the un predictable "S tars". In th e Na tion al L eague the "Holy Rollers" finished first a good lead above the nex t best, th e Cavaliers. In the Freshman Leagu e the ] C Aces and l A Shmoos finished in first and second place respectively. The active season ended with the sponsoring of sing le and doubl e tournaments and was officially closed with the annu al banqu et.

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SENIORS. TOP ROW: C. Yung. T. Lauferswiler. R. Horvalh. B. Koepnick. L. Buller. C. Searle. FIRST ROW: B. Parker. L . Siaub. B. Monahan. J. Raitt. J. Mack. ABSENT: D. WaH. B . Brennan .

T he ultimate goa l of eve ry ath le te at C haminad e is to merit admission to the Nat io nal Athl etic Honor Socie ty. To qualify fo r membership in th is select gro up, a student mLlst win an Athl etic monogram, maintain an above average in his stud ies and possess a high degree

of sportsmanship anel citizenship. The purpose of the Socie ty is to foste r high scholasti c standings among athle tes, stimulate a desire for balan ced training and to d evelop leade rship as well as the spirit of good sportsman ship in all school activit ies.

UNDERCLASSMEN . TOP ROW: E . Sanders. C . Vahle. H. Molsch. B . Bennin!>" E. McInlosh . H. Bonbrighl. D . Evans. FIRST ROW: J. Keleman. J . Hagan, C. Ginn. J. Koenig. G . Pflaum . ABSENT: G. Axe. D. Albro. J. Kenney .

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• • • 'The net team this year wil l h ave a rea l goa l tu stri ve to overcome. Not a sing le point was lost by last yea r's first and second sin gles players. In add itiun to th is, there is their reco rd of 6 wins and 1 loss. T h e lone d efea t at the season ca used the loss of the C ity Champions hip to Fa irview. Net ace, Bob Holycross, wo n th e regiona I si ngles title with a reso undin g win over Gilbert of Fa ir· view, on ly to lose to Tony Trabert, U. S. " Vestern Junior Singles Champion. Th is year the R egiunals wil.1 be h eld on May 20·2 1 and the State mee t on Ma y 27·28.

L. GOETZ

B. STALEY

B. TRICK

LAST YEAR'S RESULTS WE Oakwood ............ .

THEY

.. .............. 3

Slivers ................................. ... .... ...... . Roosevell .............................. :...... ..4 Miamisburg ......... .. ...... .. ........ .. .. .. ,4 Springfield .............. .. ................... .. 3 Fairview .......... ........ ..... ................. .2 Fairmonl ........

BOB BENNING

.. ................ 3

TOM GElS

• • • LAST YEAR'S RESULTS WE THEY Hamilton Cathollc ........ .. .... .. 8V. 3V. Wilbur Wrighl .. ...... .. .............. SV. 6V. Springfield Public ...... .. .. .. .... IO Va I V. Fairmont .. .. .............. .. .. .. .. .. ...... 9 3 Roosevelt .................. .. .... .. ........ 12 o Fairview .. .. .. .......................... .. .. 11 V. V. Stivers ...... .. ...... .. ...... .................. 12 o Oakwood .. ............ ........ .. .. .. ...... 7Va 4V. Springfield ............ .... .... ............ 12 o District Malches: Firsl place 330 strokes . Hamilton Public .................... 8Va 3V. Siale ~alches - Tl1nlh in Sial .. ,

T he Eagle team this year will be gro uped about last year 's Sophomore sensation, Bob " Bugs" Benning, the number two man, who sp ec ialized in making holes·in-on e a nd sin king thirty foot putts when they were most impOl'tant. A long with Benning there ·will b e Tom Geis, a Frosh of last year, wh o alterna ted at fourth place and proved to be a rea l threa t to the oppos ition toward the end of the season . The Distri ct Championsh ip, which has been won by Cham in acle more often than by any other school in the last decad e may sti ll be a LII'S again this spring. 115


=======Patrons Aunt Mary's Cafeteria, 900 Troy Street " AI & Annie's" Barber & Beauty Shop 2801 Far Hills Ave. A Friend A & A Grill Alex Hair Styling Studio A Friend A Friend A Friend The Advance Laundry Co. Allen 's Drugs, Linden and Smithville Angri's Restaurant, 703 "Vatervliet Ave. A Friend A Friend Aman & Co., Jewelers Auto Craft Co. A Friend A Friend A Friend H. Ackerman Mr. & Mrs. Ben Albers, 1665 Sunman Ave. Mr. August F. Aiple, 230 Kenilworth Ave. A Friend Burley & 'W iley Service, 2675 Salem Ave. M r. & Mrs. Russell Berry Da've Bremen's Army Store " Sa ve with Dave" Beigel & Mahrt IvIr. & Mrs. S. L. Butler Charles R. Brown, 1015 Brown St. Breig's Market Mr. & lvII'S. John A. Butkus Bill 's Place, 929 East FifLh St. Busch Heating Brook's Market, 3333 E. Third St. Albert Bryan, Forsyth e's Shoe Store Borchers Auto Co. Mr. & Mrs. John L. Brackett Bob's Super Service Broadstone Jewelers Bea's Beauty Shop Bauer's Record & App . Compliments of a Friend Chaminade Student Council Mr. & 1"lrs. E. T. Cahill Brooks T. Carson Compliments of Star Market A. D. Cook, M.D. .T. Linn Cochran Raymond Dennis

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Emmett 'V. Daley Dayton Electrotype Co. Mr. J. A. Dillon D'Arneau 's Beauty Shop, 400 Xenia Ave. Compliments of Dale & Charlie Dayton Model Railways The M. M. Dunn Co., 134 E. Third St. Edgemont Fruit 'M arket East End Pool Room Ed and Art's Service Station Eichenauer's Red Gables Restaurant Herb Finke, 241 vVroe Ave. Franklin Motor Sales Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Fitzpatrick Furst The Florist "Foos" Clark's Tavern For Chrysler--Plymouth, 429 N. Main Finley's Clothing E. J. Focke, 1150 Oakwood Ave. Dr. & Mrs. Con. S. Fecher Foster Freight Lines Franklin Motor Sales Mr. Leo D. Goetz Glamour Beauty Shop, 1616 East Fifth St. H. Gerstner & Sons Mr. & Mrs. Lowell George Greenwald's Gr,e enhouse, 4725 N. Main St. Henger's Market Hamilton Cleaners, 2801 Far I:Jills Ave. Hauer's Music House Mr. & Mrs. Carl Heck Hoke's Market, 2444 Valley Hinkley Service Cleaners 4018 Kettering, 2924 E. ThIrd St. Mr. & Mrs. Adolf Holler Harry 's Service Cleaners, 237 Ferddn Ave. The Irvin, Jewell & Vinson Co. Mr. & Mrs. Nelson F. Igel Mrs. Mary Karpiak Compliments of George Kondoff Georg'e A. Keller Albert E. Kercher, 1926 E. Fifth St. Howard A. Kramer, Equitable Life Insurance Fred. L. Krumholtz, Real Estate Broker Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Keck Abe Kuhr, M.D. i"Ir. & Mrs. Leo A. Knox .J. Kenneth Kinsler Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. Koogler Best v\Tishes, Double "K" Cafe


=======Patrons Klein's Departmen t Store Lukacs Grocery Carl Long & Maryanna Bratton Miller's South-End Pharmacy 1135 Brown St. ''''illiam C. Mahoney i\fr. & Mrs. J. P. Monahan Maple Grove, 3401 E. Third St. . M & C Market Miami Cigar & Tobacco Co. C. F. Mahan & Son Mastercraft Furniture Co. Marks Dry . Cleaners Marion's Ice Cream And Sandwich Shop Macklin's Confectionery 3329 E. Third St. Matthews, the Florist, Inc. Leon Matusoff Marchi's Ice Cream 1411 N. Main St. David Migdoll, M.D. Edward A. Millonig, M.D. Morgan Sales, Inc. Your Kaiser-Frazer Dealer Jack Meyer's Market Elmer Murphy The Macpherson Family Moraine Grill North Dayton Jewelry; '4 18 Troy St. A. George Neff Northridge Inn, 5001 North Dixie Dr. Nelson's Barbers, 2017 Salem Ave. R. L. Norris Furniture Oak Printing, 1029 Brown St. Open Door Entertainment Bar The Ohio H eat Treating Co. Overlook Pharmacy, 1558 Huffman Ave. R. A. Pfarrer, M.D. Mrs. Mary Perkins & Family Pfeiffer Shoe Repair Co. 207 N. Main St. Parkwood Restaurant, 2503 N. Main St. Ray J. Pribek Pastime Bar Patterson Iron & Metal Roberts Jewelers, 32 S. Ludlow St. Mr. & Mrs. Herman Raiff Rummans' lVIarket Rig'g's Market, 1424 E. Fifth St.

Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Ryan, Sr. The Rubicon Pharmacy, Brown & Irving Ave. The Rolf Press Frank Reyer & Family Stanley Electric Supply Co. Stomps Chevrolet Company J. R. Schroll Shook's Sweet Shop, 505 Troy St. Shell Service Station North Main & Cliff Street Standard Pharmacy, 2504 E. Fifth St. L. S. Sacksteder, Arcade Market Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Shields, SI". Steve's Cafe, 2143 E. First St. Schiml's Dry Cleaners Standard Parts, 28 ''''ashi ngton St. Mr. John Stanko Mr. & Mrs Geo. E. Stoll Stoecklein Cafe Spraley's Beauty Shop Spe ,,,rock's Service Station 4000 N. Dixie Dr. Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Seiler R. L. Shane Co., 3200 N. Main St. Servis & Buhl, 17 "V. First St. Ed Spang 2031 Salem Barber Shop Taylor's Tav.e rn, 3500 N. Main St. Two Legs, 136 S. Main Tom's Barber Shop, 920 Valley St. Todd Drug Store Tekamps Cafe, 1821 Wyoming Valley Inn , 227 Valley St. Vallo's Market, 439 St. Nicholas Ave. Mr. & Mrs. John J. Vukovic "Vinnie's Confectionery 'W illiam Furni ture Store A. Woessner, 2813 Dwight Ave. "Vasher-Lane, 8 South Jefferson St. \'Vagner's Tavern, 100 Neal Ave. Wendell 's Shoe Store "Vapelhorst Hardware Bob White, "The Pipe Man" Winters Bank Building Bernard F. ''''ietzel, J r. Wayne Colorplate Co. of Ohio 40 E. First St. William M. ,,,rorkman Misses Agnes & Bernadette Zimmerle Mrs. Edna Ziegler 117


~/ 02Jc~ÂŤ~~ fZ7I:~l#ed/ Important as the products are from its fields, forests, and factories, America's most valuable harvest each year comes from its educational institutions. The forward progress of America depends upon intelligent people, cultivated and developed in our school system. Your graduation as a member of the Chaminade Class of '49 is an important step in carrying you toward greater responsibilities in life. vVhatever degree of success you may some day attain, it shall always be measured by the honor. that you personally add to the name of Chaminade High School.

The National Cash Register Company

118


Congratulations to the Class of 1949

路 .. The ... Chaminade Fathers and Mothers Club 119


With All Good Wishes For The Success Of The Class Of '49

THE DAYTON FABRICATED STEEL CO. THE DAYTON STENCIL 路 INDUSTRIAL STEEL SERVICE,

120


Congratulations '49 ... . . . On a good beginning. We hope your education helps you win success and happiness ... enables you to serve better your community, church, and nation.

THE STANDARD REGISTER CO.

Compliments 01

WHITE VILLA

121


MURPHY'S Bakery and Meat Market

806 WATERVLIET AVENUE DAYTON 10, OHIO

Good Luck to Class of 1949

"Home Sales a Specialty"

REALTORS MA 5656

721 WATERVLIET

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F'OCKE'S MEATS Since 1875

Quality Meats and Lard FOR FIFTY YEARS

DAYTON, OHIO

JEROME J. MUTH

HOWARD W. MUTH

MUTH BROS., INC . . Machinery Movers And Riggers . CRANE SERVICE

613 E. SECOND STREET

ADams 2281

II 123


* W H 10 1290 ON YOUR DIAL

99.1 MC. OR CHANNEL 256

CHANNEL 13 IN '49

Compliments of

THE DAYTON BLANK BOOK AND PRINTING CO. Printers ... Rulers . . . Binders ·' LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS

24 N. Jefferson Street -

Dayton 2, Ohio ESTABLISHED 1894

FULTON 8171

124


WHITE ALLEN CHEVROLET CO. HE 4611

442 North Main

HE 4611

DA YTON'S LARGEST DEALER THE BEST DEAL "IN TOWN

CHARTER BUSSES For All Occasions

MILLER'S SPORTING GOODS, INC. 7 WEST FIRST ST. FU 8104 The Store of Friendly Service

CONVENIENT - ECONOMICAL QUICK - COURTEOUS - SERVICE

FEATURING

When Planning Your Next Engagement

Athletic Equipment

CALL

To The Schools

The Dayton & Xenia Motor Bus Co.

WHOLESALE -

801 Watervliet Ave. Dayton, Ohio Madison 1541

RETAIL

125


Largest Lot In Town

Tasty Pantry Restaurant

A City Block of Used Cars

Luncheon • Sandwiches Dinners • Steaks • Chops Chicken

L. B. Hilgeford Motors, Inc.

PHONE RA 9490 2827 LINDEN AVE.

Earl M. Collins

KE 3166

LONGO'S '

2900 N. DIXIE DRIVE DAYTON 5, OHIO

SACKSTEDER'S

SPAGHETTI HOUSE

CAFETERIA

Known From Coast To Coast

Also Serving Pizza.Pie

1703 S. BROADWAY

1310 EAST THIRD ST.

Senior A

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OPEN 5:00 A M. UNTIL 2:00 A. M.

46 W. THIRD STREET

TOUHY'S GRILL Tasty Sandwiches -

Fine Soup -

Home Made Pie and Chili

Breakfast in a Hurry - Quick Lunches and Evening Snacks Better Coffee - Homemade Ice Cream - Soft Drinks OUR EMPLOYEES ARE COURTEOUS!

FAST SERVICE

Compliments of

JENKINS AUTO SALES INC.

Best Wishes to Seniors -

1948-1949

FRED P. WOLFE STUDIOS PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE EAGLE

10th Floor -

AD 7001

U. B. Buildin9

GRAVELY POWER EQUIPMENT for

Lawn Garden and Farm

127


. Compliments

Compliments

of

HERTZ Hermes

Drive-Ur-Self System CAR AND TRUCK RENTAL

& Knuge Co.

139 S. MAIN

AL (ROLLO) LYON

MI 6561

Lyon

ELECTRICAL

co .

.800 N. MAIN Wholesale Distributors of ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE AND SUPPLIES RADIOS - TELEVISION Owners are Members of Corpus Christi Parish

COMPLIMENTS OF

DAYTON'S LEADING BREWERY Makers of Van Beck Beer and London Bobby Ale Two Excel/ent Products Made by Dayton People for Dayton People

MIAMI VALLEY BREWERY

FULTON 1171

THE H. J. OSTERFELD CO. PLUMBING • HEATING • AIR CONDITIONING PROCESS PIPING Dayton 2, Ohio

417 South Main Street

128


WHEN YOU NEED APPLIANCES VISIT DAYTON'S LARGEST

APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT WE CARRY NATIONALLY ADVERTISED APPLIANCES, SEWING MACHINES, AND YOUNGSTOWN KITCHENS

ZINNER'S JOSEPH I. HINDERS, Mgr.

SECOND FLOOR

EVERYTHING FOR THE

ARC AND ACETYLENE

WELDER

EQUIPMENT

WEILDER WELDING CO., INC. 324 E. SECOND STREET WELDING GASES

MEDICAL GASES

Senior B

129


THE WEHNER ROOFING & TINNING CO. ROOFING AND SIDING STEEL METAL AND FURNACE WORK

557 Richard Street

Phone: Fu 3751 VINCENT J. WEHNER, PRES.

COMPLIMENTS OF

SLYDER'S TAVERN 836 WATERVLIET AVENUE

Choice Beer - Wine - Food

SKI P p.ER 's BAR Come Out and Enjoy Yourselves MUSIC NIGHTLY

527 N. SUMMIT STREET

LOUIS A. DEININGER AGENCY ... INSURANCE ... Life -

Health -

Hospital -

Fire and Auto

631 HULMAN BUILDING AETNA LIFE INSURANCE

AETNA CASUALITY & SURETY CO.

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1'

ASSOCIATED SPRING CORP. OHIO DIVISION MANUFACTURERS OF

PRECISION MECHANICAL SPRINGS 1710 E. First Street

KE 5135

Congratulations

'49 Seniors

ANGERER AND SON THE BIGGEST LITTLE COMPLETE GROCERY IN TOWN 540 E. First Street

AD 0254

Senior C

131


HE 5537

R. T. DILLS, PRESIDENT R. A. MILLER, VICE PRESIDENT

D ILLS SUPPLY COMPANY 200 WAYNE AVE . . Skilsaws - Mechanics Tools - Heavy Hardware Pumps - Wire - Rope - Belting BOICE-CRANE WOOD WORKING TOOLS

ADAMS 2962

AMBULANCE SERVICE

MAGETTI FUNERAL HOME 324 N. BROADWAY DAYTON, OHIO

COMPLIMENTS OF

Geo. A. Pflaum, publisher Inc. THE MESSENGER SERIES AND TREASURE CHEST

Compliments of

THE MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT CO. DAYTON 4, OHIO

132


MALONE CAMERA SHOP, INC. "Everything Photographic" "Graphic Arts"

30 N. MAIN STREET

HERLE'S Successors To Hollencamps

AD 2071

17 S. JEFFERSON STREET DAYTON, OHIO

Phone MA 291 I

COMMERCIAL TANKS & WELDING CO. STEEL FABRICATORS

433 Carlisle, Dayton 10, Ohio

Frank V. Dakin

HEADQUARTERS FOR

DeSoto and Plymouth NEW AND USED CARS

Authorized Chrysler Corporation

KREIGER MOTOR COMPANY RA 2101

38 N. Main Street

133


NEEDHAM SHELL SERVICE 2401 FAR HILLS AVENUE; DAYTON. OHIO

* Motor Tune-up * Minor Repairs * Brake Service BUCHER BROS.- PRINTERS 819 SO. LUDLOW STREET. DAYTON. OHIO

Printing for the Office. Shop and Sales Department SALES BOOK, SNAP-OUTS, TAGS

Senior D

134


OSCAR C. BEIGEL

Compliments of

YOUR JEWELER

SUPENSKY'S CAFE

Fine Diamonds and Jewelers

FIRST AND KEOWEE

505 Xenia Ave.

AD 0251

DAYTON, OHIO Best Wishes

WEAVER'S HARDWARE - GLASS - PAINTS

DEXTER SALES

Varieties - Notions - Appliances

Army and Navy Surplus

COR. CINCINNATI AND BOLANDER

Dexter Washer 26 N. JEFFERSON

AD 3110

DAYTON, OHIO

KANT - BE- BEAT

RASH COAL COMPANY

CLEANERS 2200 Watervliet

Ke 6569

I 19 VALLEY STREET DAYTON 10, OHIO

FU 9421

RATH'S DELICATESSEN

ARTKRAFT STUDIO

MALTS - CANDY - SOFT DRINKS Signs - Showcards - Displays

French Fries and Hamburgers 615 HART ST.

AD 0762

48 E. Fourth St.

FU 4966

CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER SALES

HARRY MONTAGUE

1201 HERMAN AVENUE

Wa buy cars in any condition.

FU 9397

NEW AND USED AUTO PARTS

2449 Valley St.

DAYTON, OHIO

HE 6081

Compliments

CARL A. SCHMIDT

of

CUT - RATE DRUGS

WILSON FREIGHT

PRESCRIPTIONS

FORWARDING CO.

135


AME S

KELLY'S BAR

UPHOLSTERING SHOP

LIQUOR - BEER Wyoming Street Where Filmore And Gunckel Meet

654 N. MAIN ST. DAYTON, OHIO FU 7622

"A GOOD PLACE TO DRINK"

HARRY JERGENS

Compliments

Arcade Market and Green House

to

1915 TROY ST. Flowers For All Occasions

JEROLD KINDLE

HAUSFELD HARDWARE

ROSE MARIA FLOWER SHOPPE "Flowers For All Occasion.s" Corsages For All Type Formal

711 SHROYER ROAD WA 3581

1221 WATERVLIET AVE.

Senior E

136

KE 1220


W. R. HACKETT CATHOLIC YOUTH CLUB

17 S. ST. CLAIR

Commission Merchant

HERB ZINK'S MARKET

NORTHWESTERN TOOL

WHITE VILLA GROCERIES Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Quality Meats - Frozen Foods 2931 E. THIRD ST. HERBERT E. ZINK, PROP.

KE 0207

DAYTON 3, OHIO

CLASS '30

HORN'S DELICATESSEN

FRANK KRO'NAUGE GENERAL INSURANCE

235 LOWES ST. Open Daily

9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

623-4 HULMAN BLDG.

FU 2162

ARBOR FIESTA

BRICHER PLUMBING CO.

CORNER OF WAYNE AND ARBOR

647 S. WAYNE AVE.

Teen-Agers' Hangout

AD 9561

KE 0157

R. E. STEM LEY, Sr.

ALLODI'S MARKET

814 GONDERT AVE.

1043 BROWN

Good - Food

MA 96202 All Types of Plaster Work and Repairing

Home of Fine Meats

ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME

Compliments

A FRIEND

921 BROWN ST.

Ambulance Service

137


.. M. BOGIN

A. DIEMUNSCH

Builders Supplies Coal and Coke

OHMER PARK UPHOLSTERING

THE HOEFLER & STOECKLEIN

NEW LIVING ROOM SUITES AND RECOVERING 1029 Wayne MI 1592 Cor. Johnson DAYTON 10, OHIO

516 KEOWEE ST.

THILL PRINTINIG CO.

AD 3118

WILLIAM A. SANTO HARDWARE, PAINTS AND SMALL APPLIANCES

Wedding Announcements

Fencing - Sport Goods- Hardwares Electrical and Plumbing Supplies

420 XENIA AVE.

621 Xenia Ave.

KE 6621

WHITE CLOVER DAIRY FARMS

OAK LUNCH Beer - Wine - Food

KE 6911

MA 5371 HOMOGENIZED V. D.

MILK 804 LEXINGTON AVE.

E. E. Nurrenbrock

High Sellers - Ads and Patrons

138


FU 6740

Compliments of

FAIRMONT CONE SHOP

RAY'S

Fairmont Ice Cream All Flavors H. WILLMAN

FOURTH AND MAIN

131 XENIA AVE.

YORK SUPPLY CO.

COZY BARBER SHOP Crew Cuts Our Specialty 800 NORTH AVE.

531 E. THIRD ST.

ROY E. CRAWFORD, PROP.

Compliments of

Compliments of .

THE J. T. BARLOW CO.

AL'S BODY SHOP 1555 W. THIRD ST.

WHOLESALE DRY GOODS DISTRIBUTORS

HE 6321

MAIN DRIVE-IN BEVERAGE CO.

DIXIE FRUIT MARKET Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

3401 N. MAIN

Groceries and Meats

Cold Case Beer - .Wine Party Supply

2926 N. DIXIE DRIVE

OPEN TO 10:00 P.M. EVERY DAY

WM. F. SEISER AGENCY

ROSTON'S

Kansas City Life Ins. CO.

ION. MAIN ST.

SPECIALIZING IN LIFE INSURANCE AND ANNUITIES

Yalli Dayton Jeweler

MILLER FLORISTS, INC.

WHITE ROCK INN

38 W. SECOND ST.

4029 N. MAIN STREET

DAYTON, OHIO

Good Food - Beer Wine - Liquor

HEmlock 1248 Opposite Miami Hotel

139


HERB ANDREW'S HAND BAR

Congratulations and Best Wishes

LIQUOR - BEER - WINE AND MIXED DRINKS Steaks - Chops -Chicken Dinner

From Sheriff

BEN H. SMITH

OPEN DAILY

2306 Watervliet Ave.

KE 0349

TELEVISION

Roofing -Siding -Insulation

RA THWEG INSURANCE AGENCY

KE 3114

632 MUTUAL HOME BLDG.

WILLIAM BROS. CO.

MARTY "37"

TOM "38"

SEE ULLRICH'S DRUG STORE

MILDRED'S DELICATESSEN RA 0117

DAYTON 3, OHIO

HE 5981

632 W. FAIRVIEW

HOME BAKED HAM HOME BAKED BEANS

801 LEXINGTON AVE. For Complete Prescription Service

Full Line Luncheon Meats and Cheese

RA 5818

Open 7 Days a Week路 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Compliments of

KIRK'S VARIETY STORE

THE KRICK TAVERN LIQUOR - BEER - WINE Soups and Sandwiches

348 TROY STREET

TELEVISION

KE 0538

20 16 Watervliet Ave.

FU 9771

LEE HILGEFORD AUTO SALES INC.

HEATING AND COOLING PRODUCTS

JAMISON ENGINEERING CO.

Nash Sales and Service KEOWEE AN D WEBSTER ST. DAYTON, OHIO

505 S. JEFFERSON STREET DAYTON, OHIO

FAR HILLS RESTAURANT

BLUE BIRD PIES

2419 FAR HILLS AVE.

OVEN FRESH

Open Daily - 10:45 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

ALWAYS DELICIOUS

NO BEER, WINE OR

At Your Favorite Grocery and Restaurant

LIQUOR

140


DIAMONDS

JULIUS J. ALBERS

WATCHES

WELL DRILLING

W AHLRAB JEWELERS

AND

1444 Third National Bldg.

PUMP SERVICE TA 1891

WATCH REPAIRING

2653 GRANT AVE.

MOUNTINGS

FLOYD & SHELTON

Compliments of

PHARMACY

McSHANE'S GRILL

Prescription Pharmacy 1505 WAYNE AVE. DAYTON, OHIO PHONE KE 4701

36 W. THIRD ST. PAVING

BEST WISHES

SEWERS

THE FINKE ENGINEERING COMPANY

A FRIEND

Engineers and Contractors 114 S. PERRY ST. CONCRETE WORK EXCAVATING

Congratulations From

ADAM BALLMAN'S SONS

NORTH MAIN RESTAURANT

Fruits and Vegetables 2159 VALLEY ST.

Featuring Home Style Cooking

HE 1492

CORNER FOREST AND MAIN

51

FIVE OAKS CLEANERS

MILLER'S TO $1.00 STORE

614 FIVE OAKS AVE. RA 0293

3033 HOOVER AVE.

L. McNERNEY

TOM'S CARRY-OUT & PARTY SU PPL Y

K. VARIETY STORE 2700 WEST THIRD STREET ME 5011

704 LINDEN AVE.

141


Compliments of:

GENTILE PRODUCE CO,.

LEO WALL - Boss BOB KOEPNICK - DICK WALL JIM MACK - PAT MALONEY Workers

33-37 SO. ST. CLAIR ST.

Distributors of FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

LEE'S QUALITY CLEANERS & SHOE REBUILDING

Compliments of

DR. I. MA TUSOFF

1407 SO. SMITHVILLE RD. Pick up and Delivery MA 7001

Compliments

SUNRAY MARKET

of

DUNHILL'S, INC. 30 I CLOVER STREET

LIGHTING FIXTURES

BEIGEL JEWELERS, INC.

APPLIANCES

THE G. E. L. ELECTRIC CO. II W. FIRST ST. 20 NORTH MAIN STREET

FU 8312

COMPLIMENTS of

1<. & R. THORNE

NORTHSIDE FURNITURE CO.

Infant and Ladies Wear Store

BOB BRAND '32

902 S. BROWN ST.

AMES THEATRE

THE SHAW AND MARCHANT CO.

4115 N. MAIN ST.

Artist - Photoengruvers

Free Parking

Litho Plate Makers 2ND AND 5TH FLOOR. SIMMS BLDG .

PHONE TA. 5582

24 N. Jefferson St.

142

FU 6188


SPECIALITY MACHINES, INC.

Compliments of

POTTER'S MARKET

AD 1870

Specialization in Internal - External and Centerless Grinding 2401 GUERNSEY DELL AVE. DAYTON 3, OHIO

3901 RIVERSIDE

MEYER DRUGS

A

Howard J. Meyer

FRI EN D

3022 N. MAIN - RA 5433 DAYTON 5, OHIO

DUELL FLOWER SHOP

JIM'S BARBER SHOP

2826 SALEM AVENUE "We Grow Our Own" Store RA 5202

Greenhouse RA 9753

3012 E. THIRD ST.

A Neighbor of Good Samaritan Hospital

2212 N. MAIN ST.

RICHARD MARCUE

RA 2179

"Dick's Fish House"

Compliments of

MAIN APP. & MUSIC CO. PIANOS

G. E. APPLIANCES

3100 E. THIRD ST. '

TROTWOOD 96 - W

AD 9211

B. & G. SPORT & GIFT SHOP

KARL TAYLOR Orchestra and Entertainment Service Floor Shows

1403 S. SMITHVILLE RD.

LARGE AND SMALL ORCHESTRAS TAYLOR MADE MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

8 W. MONUMENT

Athletic Equipment - Toys - Hobby - Craft Gifts For All Occasions

DAYTON, OHIO

GMC TRUCKS

THE HUT

FLEMING & RANEY MOTOR SALES

Sea Food

534 E. FI RST ST.

2898 N. DIXIE

DAYTON, OHIO

JACK AND LOU

143


ED & BOB'S PARTY SUPPLY

THE GENUINE PARTS CO.

Beer - Wine - Mixers 514 S. LUDLOW MI 1771 - We Deliver ED JEHN BOB JEHN

401 S. MAIN STREET

KING'S MARKET

SPRAUER'S TAVERN

AD 5294

BEER - WINE - LIQUOR Sandwiches and Soup NORTHEAST CORNER OF WYOMING AND ST. PAUL

A Real Good Food Store 1900 BROWN STREET DAYTON 9, OHIO

BEER TO TAKE OUT

Compliments of

HEL WAGEN MUSIC CO.

BAKER'S DRUG STORE

FINEST GRADE BAND AND ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS

618 FIVE OAKS AVE. - RA 0366 Fountain Service - Cosmetics

Scott R.

c.

A. Radios and Television

Drugs Carefully Compounded

HE 5883

KATHERINE'S LUNCH

LEWIS CAR WASH

Chicken Steaks and Chops

819 S. PA HERSON BLVD.

DAYTON, OHIO

KE 6540

KE 6540

JOS. J. SCHAD

BARNETT'S Hau - Dee Cleaners

Hardware and Paints Housewares

1812 WYOMING Prompt Delivery Service

846 BROWN ST.

DAYTON, OHIO

Compliments

A

of

FRIEND

VICTOR DRUGS 3518 N. MAIN ST.

144


Compliments of

POPOVITZ CAFE

MAURICE H. LAUFERSWEILER Associated With

GREENE and BROCK 306 3rd National Building

. CORNER OF RICHARD AND

Members of N. Y. Stock Exchange

HENRY STREETS

TA 5897 OR FU 3191

Choice of Dayton's Teenagers

CONGRATULATIONS

ROYAL CROWN COLA NEHI - PAR - T - PAK - UPPER 10

TO THE SENIORS FROM

NEHI BOTTLING CO.

CLUB CAYODA

ME 3536

THE BERINGER PRINTING CO.

Compliments of

NATIONAL HOME BAKING CO.

124 E. THIRD ST.

2223 W. THIRD ST. ME 9401

FULTON 1751

OPEN EVENINGS

RA 2191

VITO GACCETTA'S

Home Movies Still Photo Supplies - Film Rental Libraries 8m.m. - 16m.m. and Sound Dark Room Supplies - Chemicals

SPAGHETTI HOUSE 748 BROWN ST.

THE DAYTON FILM, INC.

AD 0389

SIDE OF SALEM GOODY路 GOODY

"DUBBLE-L"

ED & DICK'S CAFE

DR. EUGENE B. BROWN

BEER - WINE

Optometrist

KE 8301

Good Food

824 XENIA Class '30 DA YTON, OHIO

""<J<7

625 LORAIN AVE.

145

DAYTON, OHIO


DAYTON BAND INSTRUMENT CO. 140 N. Main St.

COMPLIMENTS OF

Dayton 2, O.

DIXIE SUNOCO SERVICE

COMPLETE SALES AND SERVICE OF ALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Plating -

Lacquering

R. R. (BOB) Daugherty

KE 4103

Since 1856

Compliments of

BRUCK'S JUBILEE BEER

THE C. H. STEMPER CO.

DA YTON BRANCH

Institutional Food Distributors

26 N. McGEE ST. 999 EAST FIRST STREET

Geo. E. Thoma

DAYTON 2, OHIO

PHONE KENMORE 9251

WORK GUARANTEED

FRANK A. BERNER

THOMA GARAGE

Screw Machine Products

General Repairing On All Automobiles 1438 XENIA AT ST. NICHOLAS KE 5231

2300 WATERVLIET AVE. DAYTON 10, O.

RES. KE 8449

Compliments of

, 'Congratulations

NIEHAUS

Class of 1949"路

Sporting Goods 35 E. 5TH ST.

BELMONT FRIENDS

AD 3571

"The Sportsman's Paradise"

146


BLOMFIELD FAMILY STORE

COMPLIMENTS

311 - 313 TROY STREET DAYTON 4, OHIO

TITTER'S CLEANERS

OF

Home of Red Goose Shoes

HAMMAN MOTOR SALES, INC.

F. H. BRICKFORD CO. Screw Machine Products

1430 KEOWEE ST. DAYTON OHIO FU 9161 Your Satisfaction as a Customer Is Worth More To Us Than Your Dollars

BEST WISHES CLASS 1949

ALLODI'S SOUTH PARK RESTAURANT STEAKS LUNCHES

AD 5232

1541 S. BROADWAY

LION STORE Dayton's Complete Store For Men

CHOPS DINNERS

130 - 140 S. JEFFERSON ST.

FOR THE DINE OF YOUR LIFE

C. J. UNGER MANUFACTURING CO.

Visit The New

COLLEGE INN THEATRE BAR 142 N. MAIN ST. Open Daily 7 a.m. - 2:'30 a.m.

342 Xenia Ave.

Serving Finest in Food and Liquor

Phone KE 8546

ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY

FOR YOUR FURNITURE

WEDDINGS BABIES

R. W. MEYERS

GROUPS

SIEFERT & OVERLA 677 BROWN ST.

THE WAYNE FURNITURE 16 W. Fifth

418 WARREN ST.

DAYTON, OHIO AD 6492

Dayton, O.

147

MI3141


CONGRATULA TlONS Diamonds

Watches

(To The Chaminade Grads

of 1949)

ALLEN JEWELERS

AND WELCOME INTO MEMBERSHIP OF

643 WATERVLIET AVE.

DAYTON COUNCIL NO. 500 KNIGHTS O.F COLUMBUS

DAYTON 10, OHIO A. A. RAMMELSBURG

MANTIA SUPERETTE MARKET

BEST WISHES - CLASS OF 1949

3230 Salem at Hillcrest

Fashion Furniture

GROCERIES - MEATS Fresh Produce Daily

• Daytons Complete Store

MANTIA BROS.

• Home Furnishing 1322 LINDEN AVE.

OWNERS

LEO

THE DAYTON PACKING CO.

Funeral and ---

V

if rJl

VVALTER

btllance

s'

J

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AMBULANCE - Immediate service day and night, Sundays and Holidays - unless a previous commitment conflicts with your requested hour of transfer.

BEEF - VEAL - LAMB 46 Rappe Ave.

F.

KE 36611

DAYTON, OHIO

501 S. MAIN ST. - FU 5181 1235 N. MAIN ST. - HE 9828

WARNING'S VARIETY

COMPLIMENTS OF

1939 N. MAIN STREET

ARROW WINE STORE

Next Door to the Dale Theater

39 S. LUDLOW ST.

TOYS, GIFTS, NOTIONS

543 SALEM AVE. 900 W. THIRD ST. 2650 FAR HILLS AVE.

HOUSEWARES AND NOVELTIES

148


BERT L. DAILY, Inc.

COMPLIMENTS OF

ARTISTS' MATERIALS

YASSENOFF GROCERY STORE

Sign Writers' Supplies 126 EAST THIRD STREET

BOB

104 XENIA AVE.

AD 4121

O'BRYAN

NORTH DAYTON

G1'aduate of Chamillade Class of '4 2 Now Associated With

PAINT & WALL PAPER STORE

RAAB'S Makers of Fine Clothing Since 1903

READY MADE AND CUSTOM TAILORING FOR MEN AND WOMEN

"Quality ThaI

Makes

Friends Service

ThaI

Keeps

Friends. "

R A\ A\IB'ยง

200 VALLEY ST. DAYTON, O.

38 NORTH MAIN 5T

ALOHA SERVICE STATION

BEST WISHES

THE DAYTON BUILDERS SUPPLY CO.

3417 WAYNE AVE. MANLEY FARM, PROP.

800 E. First St. - AD 3261 Tires - Accessories DAYTON 2, OHIO

Batteries - Lubrication

THE F. W. LOTZ

ZIMMERLE

PAPER CO.

DRY CLEANERS

PAPER AND EQUIPMENT DAYTON - LIMA - SPRINGFIELD

I 125 LORAIN AVE.

OHIO

149


PAPPY'S KITCHEN KLUB

Compliments of

GRAHAM HOPKINS

RESTAURANT

GENERAL AGENT

5200 N. MAIN STREET

THE LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

Always Room For Boys

1009 THIRD NATIONAL BUILDING

PAUL BOLTON, INC.

THE HUFFMAN-WOLFE COMPANY

701 S. PATTERSON BLVD.

DODGE -

MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS Plumbing Heating and Ventilating Sheet Metal Fabricating Industrial Piping and Boiler Plants

PLYMOUTH

COLUMBUS, 0 - DAYTON, 0 ATLANTA, GA. - PHILADELPHIA, PA.

DEALER

DAYTON'S RUBBER STORE

Best Wishes

Rubber Goods Of Every Description

SAMMON'S

PRICE • . . QUALITY . • . SERVICE

SHILOH TAVERN

THE STERLING RUBBER PRODUCTS CO.

5832 NORTH MAIN STREET DAYTON 5, OHIO

SECOND AND JEFFERSON STS.

RA 0246

DAYTON, OHIO

COMPLIMENTS

COMPLIMENTS

OF

OF

THE KEILSON

LIBERTY CAB CO.

COMPANY AD 5225

150


COMPLIMENTS

BEST WISHES TO THE

Graduating Class of 1949

THE ROTH OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY

THE MAXWELL FINANCE COMPANY New, Used and Rebuilt Machine Tools Iron and Woodworking Machinery

OHIO PAPER & SUPPLY COMPANY 114 E. FOURTH ST.

HE 4654

THE C. H. GOSIGER MACHINERY COMPANY

DAYTON 2, OHIO

Wrapping Paper Bags -:- Cups

FU 5174 Approved Dealer CLE 48 War Assets Administration 108 McDONOUGH ST. DAYTON,O

PAPER SPECIALTIES

Healthful Service To Our Community For More Than 50 Years

EBERHARD & PFEIFFER MANUFACTURING JEWELERS

MOOSBRUGER DRUG CO. MAIN AND HERMAN

U. B. BLDG.

DAYTON, OHIO

Good Food at

Compliments of

SREPCO, INC .

EAT - A - BITE RESTAURANT 1330 Xenia Ave.

Standard Radio and Electronic Products

61 I Linden Ave . BRING YOUR PROM PARTIES HERE

135 E. SECOND STREET

151


TH E

DAYTON COIL SPRING COMPANY

YELLOW PAGES TELL WHERE TO BUY

MANUFACTURER OF COIL SPRINGS

WARNING HARDWARE - PAINTS

STOMPS CHEVROLET CO.

3703 Wayne Ave.

Dayton's Oldest Chevrolet Dealer

KE 9252

SERVICE - PARTS

MEYER & BOEHMER

Whether Buying or Having Repairs Service is Important

FUNERAL HOME

L. C. & H" INC.

225-229 SOUTH MAIN STREET

Radio- Television- Appliances

600 WASHINGTON 1732 SOUTH BROWN

SALES and SERVICE 104 - 108 VALLEY ST.

DAYTON, OHIO

HE 3304

. HEMLOCK 1422

Ask For Lou or Clem Schirtzinger Class of '34

BEST WISHES

GYPSY HUT CAFE

TO THE FORTY-NINERS

Beer - Wine - Liquor

L. GRANATO & SON

SPECIALIZING IN HUNGARIAN FOODS

Song Publications

Chicken - Steaks - Chops - Cabbage Rolls

330 PIERCE STREET DAYTON 10, OHIO

327 CONOVER ST. DAYTON, OHIO

152


Get the Best - Get

THE PEOPLE PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. Plumbing and Heating Supplies

The Telling-Belle Vernon

HE 5111

210 WAYNE AVE.

Co.

B. B. FEAUTE, Pres.

Divi,ion of National Dairy Product Corporation 226 EAST FI RST ST, DAYTON. OHIO PHONE ADAMS 1212

Compliments

Instruction In All Types of Dancing - Cultural, Practical

of '

As Given By

BONNIE LORRAINE

A FRIEND

B,S. IN EDUCATION

School of Dancing Arts 140 S. MAIN ST. FU 8912

MUTUAL ELECTRIC COMPANY

JOHN A. BECKER Electrical Supplies - ,

CONTRACTORS

Lighting Fixtures 14 BROWN STREET DAYTON 2, OHIO

354 WEST FIRST ST. MI5611

COMPLIMENTS

JULE HILGEFORD

OF

THE MAN WHO SELLS

THE RODGERS PONTIAC COMPANY

CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH IN

OSBORN -

FAIRFIELD

OHIO

SOUTH LUDLOW AND FRANKLIN

153


Best Wishes From

HOLLYWOOD SUPPLIES

DEAL'S

ADVANCE MUFFLERS

THRIFT "E" MARKET

CHROME EXHAUST STACKS

RR No.1

LlTILE YORK RA 8902

Fresh Meats

Fancy Groceries Frozen Foods Compliments of

DICK BROCKMAN 116 Valley St.

HE 8231

COMPLIMENTS OF

McCAULEY CORP. 1840 HOWELL AVE.

DAYTON CHURCH SUPPLY

DAYTON, OHIO

TONY'S VARIETY

LARRY'S MARKET 2803 FAR HILLS AVE.

Quality Groceries And Choice Meats

2025 SALEM OR 1742

DAilY 8:30 TO 8:00-SUNDAY 10 :00 TO 8:00

Compliments of

COMPLIMENTS OF

DAYTON

DAHM BROS. CO., INC.

CAMERA SHOP

Roofing and Siding

WATCHES -

DIAMONDS -

JEWELRY

R. J. DOTY Guaranteed Watch-Repairing 638 N. MAIN ST.

DAYTON, OHIO

COMMUNITY MARKET AND

FROZEN LOCKER ' SERVICE

COMPLIMENTS

LOTS OF LUCK

BOWMAN JANITOR SUPPLY

From

TACOMA GARDENS

241 S. LUDLOW ST.

661 CREIGHTON AVE.


-

GOODY, GOODY, FINE FOODS

- -- - -

PAT'S Where Friends Meet At A Friendly Place

OPEN 12:00 MIDNIGHT

2725 Linden Ave.

KE 0412

CLEM L. KIMMEL & SON

BRUNE'S PHARMACY

29 E. THIRD ST.

35 YEARS AT 433 TROY ST.

Quality Seeds

Don E. Brune Ph. B

Bulbs - Fertilizers - Insecticides

Ph. G

Ps. C

HI-VITA-INN

Compliments of

BEER - SANDWICHES - SOUP

MALTED MILK KING 4224 SALEM AYE.

RA 0370

LAWRENCE J. GLASER

WM. RIFE CO.

LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER

Jewelers

Member of Dayton Real Estate Board

Office HE 2406 1134 U. B. BUILDING

122 S. LUDLOW STREET

Res. FU 2007 DAYTON 2, OHIO

AD 2061

DAYTON 2, OHIO

SAM'S LUNCH ROOM

ZIMMIE'S BARBER SHOP

Sam Carcas, Prop.

2604 E. THIRD ST.

9 WEST FIFTH ST.

OPEN FROM 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

AD 0016

Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily

PHONE 8161

VIRGINIA CAFETERIA

DICK'S BARBER SHOP

28 E. THIRD STREET

7 BARBERS And Beauty Salon Free Parking

2716 SALEM AYE.

DAYTON

Food You Will Remember

155

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PRESCRIPTIONS

COMPLIMENTS OF

ONLY THE BEST Ask Your Doctor

CHARLES F. SUCHER

213 S. MAIN

104 N. MAIN HE 9581

THE FIDELITY MEDICAL SUPPLY CO.

LINCOLN FEDERAL SAVING & LOAN ASSOCIA TION

SEVILLE RESTAURANT

WEST THIRD AT WESTERN

CORNER OF LUDLOW AND SECOND

JOSTEN'S

Where Every Meal Is A Memory

Treasure Craft Jewelry and Station OWATONNA, MINNESOTA

GOOD LUCK

COMPLIMENTS

Class of '49

OF A

WICKMAN'S CORN CRIB 2005 N. Main

FRIEND

RA 1657

In Appreciation The members of the Class of 1949 wish to express their sincere thanks to ,all those who helped make this edition of the EAGLE a reality, especially . ..

* THE WESTERMAN PRINT CO., Cincinnati, Ohio * SCHULTZ-GOSIGER CO., Cincinnati, Ohio * W. C. SIMS & CO., Springfield, Ohio

* WOLFE STUDIOS, Dayton, Ohio * PATRONS AND ADVERTISERS IN THE EAGLE * ALL SENIORS WHO SOLICITED ADS AND PATRONS THE GRADUATES OF '49

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=====Senior Directory====== Robert Finke, 208 Squirrel Rd., :> .Tames Fischer, 33 S. Central Ave., Osborn, Ohio Robert Fitzpatrick, 432 Hadley Ave ., 9 William Flohre, 835 Highridg-e Ave ., 10 William Fortener, 228 Allen St., 3 Anthony Fortkamp, 734 Carl isle Ave .. 10 Richard Fox, 1522 Viola Ave., .5 John Gabriel, 11 43 'Windsor Dr., 7 John Geary, 323 Kammer Ave ., 7 Otto Geering, 281 Brooklyn Ave ., 7 Raymond Glaser, 220 Sand hurst Dr., .5 Ronald Glaser, 206 Geneva Rd. , 7 James Glock, Wenger Rd. , Clayton , Ohio Louis Goetz, 2310 San Rae Dr., 9 John Gough, R. R. 3, "Vaynesville, Ohio Albert Granato, 330 Pierce St., 10 John Gr iffi th, 3207 Far Hills, 9 Charles Grismer, 2221 Far Hills Ave., 9 Richard Haas, 521 Parrott St., 10 Michael Haines, R. R. 1, Philade lphia Dr., 5 Paul Hilgeford, 2827 Linden Ave., 10 Thomas Hinders, 422 Livingston Ave., 10 John Holler, 23 Virginia Ave., 10 Roy Horvath, 805 Manhattan Ave., 6 James Houser, 1005 N. Broadway 7 Richard Hovey, 2856 Norton Ave., 10 Fred Hussong, 1316 '''' yomi ng St., 10 John Igel , 133 N. Quentin Ave., 3 William Irwin , 653 Bolander Ave., 8 Robert Janning, 5345 N. Dixie Dr., 5 Philip Kapp, 710 Troy St., 4 . Michael Karpiak, 1925 ,"'. Riverview Ave ., 7 Jerome Kauflin, 515 Oxford Ave ., 7 Charles Kauth, 51 Vermont Ave., 4 Lawrence Keck, 535 Beardshear Rd., 5 Jam es Kelley, 38 Marie Ave., 5 Joseph Kinder, 121 Brooklyn Ave., 7 J ero ld Kindle, 230 Castl ewood Ave., 5 Paul Knapke, 2316 St. Charles Ave., 10 James Knox, 719 Lexington Ave. , 7 CIetus Kobes, 733 Edgemont Ave., 8 Robert Koepnick, 1536 Ne lson Ave ., 10 Paul Koller, 2118 Fauver Ave., 10 Gerald Koogler, 932 Berkshire Rd., 9 Gerald Kothman, 817 Lorain Ave., 10 Fred Kronauge, 412 Kenwood Ave., 5 Jim Kronenberger, 1728 Huffman Ave., 3 Donald Kunka, Box 343 Meeker Rd. William Kyne, 110 Park Dr .. 9 Thomas Laufersweiler, 2523 Elsmel-e Ave. , 6

Thomas Abele, 95 Carson A "e., 5 Donald Ackerman, 724 Wilmington Ave., 10 George Aiple, 230 Kenilworth Ave., 5 Jerome Albers, 1665 Suman Ave., 3 John Angerer, 1257 Brentwood Dr., 6 Eugene Ballman, 2029 Valley St. , 4 Lavern Banford, ]824 Pershing Blvd., 10 Ralph Barhorst, 107 Iroquois Ave., 5 J am es Barnes, 817 Far Hills Ave. , 9 ,,,rilliam Barnett, 5 14 Adams St., 10 Carl Bawidamann, 449 N. Williams ,\Ye., 7 Thomas Becker, 3523 E. Third St., 3 Eugene Belarciino, 341 Stonemi ll Rd .. 9 Richal'd Bellmyer, 37 Perrine St., 10 .I ames Bennett, 131 Best St., 5 Lawrence Bernard, 728 Heck Ave., 8 William Berry, 3029 Sagamon Ave., 9 Charles Birtle, 5414 N. Main St., 5 ' ,Villiam Boland, 27 Evanston Ave., 9 Edward Bolton, 4547 Dayview Ave., 7 Thomas Bonser, 411 Redwood Ave., 5 Lawrence Borgerding, 315 Nassa u St., 10 Daniel Bramlage, 717 "Vellmeier Ave., 10 John Breitenstein, ]1 5 Indiana Ave., ]0 ,,,rilliam Brennan, 9 Chatham Dr., 9 Thomas Broderick, 2006 Smithville Rei. , 10 Louis Bruns, 26 Shennan St., 3 James Bucher, 1028 vValn ut' Hills PI., 10 John BuckJey, 357 Delaware Ave ., 5 Cyril Buehler, 825 Wellmeier Ave., ]0 Thomas Burgess, 4 IVlessina PI., 4 John Butkus, 2030 Stap leton Court, 4 James Butler, 1243 , ,\Tilson Dr., 7 Lee Butler, 3605 "Voodbine Ave., 10 Robert CharIton, 26 12 Oneida Dr., 3 Anthony Ciani, 105 N . Qrentin Ave., 'I John Cleary, 1736 Ravenwood Ave., 6 . John Cochran, 1031 Arbor Ave., 10 .John Collins, 1115 E. Fifth St., 2 Earl Conner, 308 Kammer Ave., 7 Richard Conrady, 1114 Epworth Ave., 10 Robert Cropper, 411 Lexington Ave ., 7 .J ohn Culhane, 13 McKinley St., 3 William Daley, 2218 Sa lem Ave., 5 Tholnas Diemunsch, 813 Highland Ave., 10 Thomas Dillhoff, 149 Church St., 3 James Dunn, 220 Leroy St., 7 William Fecher, 1934 Demphle, ]0 Ralph Fecke, 309 Haynes St., ] 0 Joseph Fi ely, 2631 Collin s Ave., 10 157


=====Senior Directory=====; Charles LeBoe uf, 4 14 Alameda Pl., 6 John Limbert, 222 '''' ate rvli et Ave., 10 John Lockvis, 1705 Riverview Ave., 7 Carl Long, 1100 Arbor Ave., 10 C harles Loper, 1601 N. Gettysburg Ave ., 7 George Lowry, 625 E. Schantz Ave ., 9 John Luther, 915 IVla nhattan Ave. , 6 Harrison McClellan, 730 N. Broadway, 7 George McGonigal, 324 Springbrook Blvd ., 5 James Mack, 1347 A mh erst Pl., 6 Do nald Macpherson , 35 1 Vero na, 7 Edward Maloney, 428 "V. Fairview Ave., 5 Edward Manny, 828 St. Agnes Ave., 7 Ri ch a rd Maraziti, 25 Evelyn Dr., 9 Dou glas Marcum, 63 "V. Bruce Avenu e, 5 Emil Mershad, 634 Brown St., 2 R o bert Mescher, 3143 Elliott Ave ., 10 Ralph Miller, 1005 Croyden Dr., 10 ' ,Villiam Monahan , 48 Glenwood Ave., 5 Gerald Moorman, 216 Steele Ave., 3 Florian l'v1orro, 14 1 Illinois Ave., 10 Arthur ]''1'1unch, 333 Kenilworth Ave. , ;'i Lewis Murphy, R. R . 9, Box 776, 3 James Murray, 141 Stonenull Rd. , 9 Cyril Nartker, 1314 Shaffer St., 4 John Nealon, 449 E. Siebenthaler Ave., 5 Norman Neff, 705 R ockford Ave., 5 Jam es O 'Conn ell , 222 KenilworLh Ave .. ;'i Robert O 'Fri el, 2419 Smithvill e Rd. , 10 Da vid Olin ge r, 162 R osewood Dr .. :) Robert O ster[eld, 433 Forest Ave., 5 William Parker, 3626 'W oodbine Ave., 10 .1 ames Peacock, 3711 E. Fourth St., 3 Frank Pregon, 38 11 Maywood Ave., 7 Ra ymond Pribek, 1109 Cumberland rh e., (j .lames Raiff, 1057 Superior, 7 Ri cha rd Raiff, 1242 Arbor Ave .. 10 ' '''a lter Rathweg, 30 Popular SL., 5 Ri chard R eboulet, 11]1 Pursell Ave., .10 Ronald R egan, 31 N. McGee St., 3 Paul Rizzo, 11 42 Carlisle Ave., 10 J erome Roselle, 750 Ferguson Ave., 7 iVlichael R ya n, 2617 Sheridan Ave. , 6 Paul R ya n, Apt. 8, 25 Arnold Pl., 5 Jam es Schaa f, 22 Bruen St., 2 Charles Schaefer. 49 Corona Ave ., 9 Fred Scheidweiler, 2801 E. Fourth St., 3 Eugene Scherzinger, 1104 Linden Ave .. 10 Bernard Schiml, 227 Steele Ave., 3

Donald Schiml11oll er, 259 Shaw Ave., 5 John Schmidt, 816 N. Euclid Ave., 6 Tee! Schneble, ] 253 Holl y Ave., ]0 Donald Schweiterman, 701 Gondert Ave., 3 Donald Sco thom , 134 Indianola Ave ., 5 Charles Searle, 17 20 Emerson Ave., 6 Frank Seiler, 659 Ca rli sle Ave., ]0 George Sendelbach, 65 Sa ndhurst Dr. , 5 Robert Serrer, 2425 E. Fifth St. , 3 Robert Shields, 32 Five Oaks Ave., 5 T hom as Shockley, 1700 Brookline Ave., ] 0 Norman Siefert, 776 Brown St., 9 R obert Smith, 243 Indiana Ave., 10 T hom as Smith, 607 Forest Ave., 5 George Smolinski , 1048 Dodgson SL. , 4 Eugene Sommer, '11 Missouri Ave ., 10 Dale Sp itzig, 152 Laura Ave., 5 H erbert Spraley, 55 10 N. Main St., 5 Charles Sta ley, 312 Colli ngwood A vc., 9 William Staley, 5 1 Chambers St., 9 Lawrence Staub, 183 1 Neff Ave., 5 R.i chard Stelzer, 240 Ferdon Rd., 5 Norman Stiles, 1023 Nordale Ave., 10 Ra ymond Stoll, 852 Well meier Ave., LO Ri chard Strad er, 504 Lexi ngto n Ave., 7 Eugene Strehle, 1743 Gondert Ave., 3 Lee Toht, 1224 Richard St., 3 William T rick, 211 Va ll ey View Dr., 5 E ugen e T umbusch, 422 1 Merrimac Ave., 5 J ohn Vall Schaik, 226 D eeds Ave., 'i Ra ben Vocke, 35 Flee Ave., 3 Richard Wall, 902 Park Ave., 1'v1ia mi sburg, Ohio Eugene ' '''am ing, 1119 "Wa rwick Pl., 9 Perry Weaver, 11 8 S. J ersey St., 3 '''' illiam 'W ehner, 63 McReynolds St., 3 Jerome "Veis, 15 N. Garland Ave ., 3 Robert '''' e nzel, 108 Lawnview Ave., 9 Robert Whitman, 151"5 A lberta St., 9 Joseph Williamson, 290 1 Moraine Ave. , 6 Louis Wilson , 131 Missouri Ave., 10 Roger Witte, 3803 E. Third St., 3 Nelson if, 2041 Elsmere Ave., 6 Robert '''' orland, Box 75, Verona, Ohio David Young, 205 Perrine Donald Young, 26 College St., 7 Carl Young, 3420 Mesmer St., 10 Donald Zimmerle, 448 T albot Dr., 9 Chou Shao-yu, R . R . 7, Box 10d

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