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Editor-in-chief .................................. Thomas Steiner Section Editors Senior Section ........................................... Allan Hill Fall Section ........................................ Tom Manning Advertising .. ......... .... .................. ..... ..... Larry Palmer Underelass Section .. ..... .... ........... .......... Rick Pflaum Spring Section ...... .... .... .. ... ........... ...... Mike Shanesy Winter Section ................................... John Ventura Academic Section .............................. Steve Walter Jim Fischer

Associate Editors Jim Schoenberger Staff Members

Tim Cline Tony O'Elia Mike Glotfelter

Gary Swartzbaugh Bill Trey Pete Zierolf


His Excellency The Most Reverend Karl J. Alter, D.O., LL.D. Archbishop of Cincinnati


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acacle ...ic In addition to maintaining its usual high standards of academic excellence, Chaminade has recently made ' significant advances in its teaching prog ram. Each of these improvements proposes to modernize and supplement the existing teaching facilities. Some of the more notable changes made this year include the institution of team teaching, the introduction of Adult Education classes, and the addition of data processing and art to the curriculum. Also, algebra is now taught to the more promising eighth-grade students of local parochial schools.

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Dear Graduates: I'm sure you will not allow it to be said that your school is a treasure house of knowledge . Thi s would be bad. it would seem to imply that Chaminade is a school to which the entering freshmen bring so much and from which the departing graduates take so little. You've certainly acquired a good schooling during your years at Chaminade if you were in the least bit receptive. Something of Chaminade has surely rubbed off on you. It will be with you fore ver. Use it! Capitalize on it! It gives meaning, purpose, direction to your life. As you read this your da ys at Chaminade are but memories. Your high school education is over. Remember this, though! You are not at the end. You are not even at the beginning of the end. Actual ly , you are now only at the end of the beg in ning of what each member of your faculty hopes and prays wil l be a wonderful, happy life for you in this world, leading to Heaven in the next . Sincerely yours,

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6 I. Brother John Schneider, S.M., Academic Dean , opens the door to many academic opportunities.

2. Father George Abmayr, S.M., Chaplain and librarian, adds new titles to CHS' already large catalogue. 3. Marianist Magazine mastermind, Brother John Keegan , S.M., looks over a list of new subscribers. 4. Father Urban Rupp, S.M., head of Guidance Department, readily offers advice to bewildered students. 5. Smiling Brother August Ke~me, S.M., heads the junior guidance pro路 gram. 5

6. Butler and Scarpelli to Sophomore Counselor, Brother John Maierle, S.M.: "But why can't you use lemon juice to write out demerit slips?"

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I. Brother Joseph Barrish, S.M., as seen by one of his more promising art students. 2. Mr. Jame, Wolf, head of the Music Departm ent, practices for a forthcoming concert. 3. Mr. Gerald Whitton, Band Supervisor, dreams up new formations for the CHS marching band.

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I. Mr. Albert Mikula, Chairman of Business Department, explains technical problems involved in operating a key punch mac hine to Smith, while Flamm, Geglein, Glaser, Frick, and Hill look on. 2. Mr. Gerald Faust makes his po int clear in mechanical drawing class. 3. Brother Thom as Law, S.M., displays another fine product of "Your Frie ndly Bookstore." 4. Brother Charles Reiter, S.M., instructor in Typing and Notehand , smiles to his pecking J.A.'s.

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I. Mr. James Davis converses with Sims.

2. "Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow!" quote s Brother George Deinlein, S.M., head of the English Department. 3. Mr. John Husson g hap pily points out that his English grades are a little high this quarte r. 4. "All right, who switched ' Haml et' for 'Chubby Checker'?" inquires Mr. Jerome Lennon . 5. Mr. Earl Rich a rd s smiles for his 2G GYNPHLITES. 6. Brother John Fink, S.M., deciphers Smith's term paper hieroglyphics.

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I. Mr . Nelson Bauza and Brother Raymond Ledinsky, S.M .. reminisce over humorous happenings of the Spanish classes. 2. "Veni, Vidi, Vic i!"-the motto of Brother Paul Vieson, S.M. 3. Sophomores Overlander and Childs translate into French while Mrs. Bertha Capo looks on. 4. Brother John Maierle , S.M. , give s ass istance to Latin student Barstow. 5. " No entiendes ni iota!" says Brother John Hagedorn, S.M. , CHS News moderator. 6. Father Henry Setter, S.M., clutches one of his favorite books-his German grammar. 7. Brother James Barhorst, S.M., encourages Sharkey to persevere in h.is trans lations of Caesar.

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I. Mr. Casi ld o de la Moned a raises a q uestion with fellow geometry teacher, Brother Alfred Grisez, S.M. 2. Mr . .Rich ard Schladen em ph asizes new co-ordinate geo metry with his students. 3. Former Eag le, Mr. Richa rd Re iling, returns to C HS , this time in back of the teacher's desk. 4. Brother Edward Zahn, S.M., sets the pace for the Chaminade Mathematics Department. 5. Mr. Ed ward Marrinan ho lds the attention of his programed lea rning a lg ebra class. 6. Freshm a n a lge bra teachers Mr. Ed ward Loges and Brother Victor Brown, S.M., compare notes fo r an a pproaching exam .

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I. Brothers Anthony De inlein , S.M ., Leo Murray, S.M., and Kenneth Templin, S.M., take time out from their busy schedule to visit Christ in the Blessed Sacrament. 2. Brother James Vorndran, S.M., "Dear Diary: Oh, those junior re ligion classes!" 3. Brother John G il fether, S.M., lectures to his class on the issues of the Ecumenical Council. 4. Brothers Edwin HoeHer, S.M., and John Strickroth, S.M ., corroborate on new religion programs. 5. Brother Nicholas Wagner, S.M ., a n expert philatelist, studies his Vatican Collection. 6. Mr. Robert Shirack retu rns to Chaminade as a teacher of relig io n.

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I. We know Mr. Don a ld Donahe r really li kes ba sketba ll- b ut is n't this g oi ng a bit too far? 2. All the sopho mo res polled agree that it is hard to keep apace wit h fast -m oving Mr . Thoma s Frericks. 3. Mr. Frericks signals the start of D.uffy's SO-yard da sh. 4 . The ve rti cal iump, which is a n integral part of th e Chaminade p hysical ed ucation program , is demonstrated by sophomore Treon. 5 . Mr. Th omas Frericks, head of the Ph ys ical Education Departm ent, d emo nstrates the rig ht way to do a "iumping iack ."

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I. Brother Walter Cook, S.M., demonstrates to his 400 Physics class an intricate experiment. 2. Brother William Greve, S.M., gives aid to confused and bewildered Fe ldmann. 3. Brother Peter McAnena , S.M., explains diffusio n, reflectio n, and refraction to Augustine. 4. Introducing his class to a pa ir of the Biology Department's more affab le members is Brother Bernard Hartman, S.M., head biology teacher. 5. Mr. Alex DeNino : "Anda denna you adda Scarmozza cheese anda cooka until fiery red ." 6. Bob McRaven measures molecular sizes while a fascinated audience of Brother Robert Geary, S.M. , Portune , McCall, and Rau look on . 7. Mr. J ames Turvene teaches General Science, coaches reserve foo tball and vars ity baseba ll, and in addition monitors home roo m IF.

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I. An extensive set of maps helps Mr. George Early, Social Studies head, keep his students abreast of the latest world events. 2. Mr . James Mackey, after a year's absence, returns to Chaminade as Student Council moderator and sophomore Social Studies teacher. 3. Mr. Donald Frericks, Brother Richard Dineen, S.M., and Brother Robert Ei senhauer, S.M., discuss the problems involved in teaching ancient and modern history. 4. Mr. Edw ard Re gan shows graphically the process of law making. 5. Mr. Vincent Cashman relives the Battle of Bull Run with juniors Moskew icz and Moore.

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CHAMINADE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM OF STUDIES FRESHMEN Required for all Religion English

Physical Education World History

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SOPHOMORES Requ ired for all Religion English

Modern History Biology

Geometry Physical Education

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Mechanical Drawing Bookkeeping Typing Intermediate Algebra Business Math

Practical Chemistry Business Organization Art Driver Education

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Mechanical Drawing Senior Math Trigonometry Calculus College Algebra Business law

Salesmanship and Marketing Economics Data Processing Art Driver Education

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aulv.... For nature, autumn is a period of transition; it is a time of change in the life of the Chaminade students as well. He must discard his Bermuda shorts and thongs in favor of the more sophisticated attire that is prescribed in the handbook. For some, it means that the convertible top must remain up until spring; for all it is the time when the casual air of vacation must be laid aside for the more rigorous demands of study. These hardships do not go unrewarded, however, as the beginning of autumn also marks a return to extracurricular activities. An active Eagle can look forward to spending leisure time in the luxurious annual room, at casual sock-hops and colorful football games-after his three hours of daily study.

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I. Will and Cochra n soar to new he ights in ch ee ring . 2. Merz, on be ha lf of the Stu d e nt Counc il, prese nts t he Vi ctory Be ll to the student body. 3. Seni o rs proclaim t he ir in tentions of getti ng so me Drago n bl ood . 4 . McCall churns for good yardage throug h the C ol. White line. 5. Andrews gropes fo r a sli pp ery ball in Toledo St. Francis game .

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I. Possess ion play is mirrored in the eyes of Coach Regan and players. 2. Struck sends spi rit spi ra ling upward. 3. Andrews lurches through three St. Francis tacklers.

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Front Row (L to R): A. Bonanno, J. Andrews, A. Andzik, J. Weller, T. Rosato, T. Stangle, J. DiPucci, F. Spol rich , L. Ha ley, E. Wil d enhaus, manage r J . Mangeot. Second Row: J. Janis, M. Saettel , D. Green, S. Mertzman, R. Smith , D. Mougey, M. O'Donnell, T. La ute rb ach, K. Borgert, J. Broadstone, head manage r F. Ivory. Third Row: Head coac h Regan, coach Schneider, T. Franz, T. Bereda, R. Veres, T. Alexande r, M. McCall, M. Nemecek, B. Madden, M. O 'B rien , D. Greaney, B. Bohn, B. Koerner, manager F. Wenzel, coach Turve ne , coach DiN ino. Fourth Row: Manager D. Phillips, M. Capo ral, J . Si ewe, J . Belle , B. Burkhardt, J . Mc Garry , L. Horne r, F. Wright, ~. H ess, R. Kavanaugh, G. Freiberge r, T. Mechenbier, R. Baird, manager P. Wagner.

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I. Brother Gilfether reflects the quiet pride of a coach whose team finished second in the state with only one year of experience. 2. Bob Staker, Mickey Kuntz, Ed Bayham ,. Mike Keyes, Chuck Vehorn, Pete Camerino, and Jeff Bal lman pose with State Runner-up trophy .


1962 RECORD

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SAINT JOSEPH INVITATIONAL Third place (39 schools competing) BOWLING GREEN TEN MILE RELAY Second place (41 schools) FAIRVIEW INVITATIONAL First place (15 schools) DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP MEET First place (19 schools) STATE CHAMPIONSHIP MEET Second place (21 schools) I. Kuntz and Camerino show nearly perfect synchronization in their running. 2. Chuck Vehorn, number one Eagle distance runner, takes an early lead in the District Championship Meet.


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I. Ed itor-in-chief Mike Merz, Feature Editor Ray Smith, Sports Editor Tom Steiner, and News Editor Rick Rinald o reminisce 路 about the 16 issues they have publishe d as edito rs. 2. Rinaldo to Merz: "No, Mike, it seems quite obvious to me without appearing esote ric that coulombic repulsion or coun t er emf offer s opposition to the flow of the charge of electric holes."

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C.H.S. 65 St. Xavier 52 Wilbur Wright 47 Fairmont 71 Kiser 57 Dunbar 62 Cincinnati Taft 72 Colonel White 91 Bellefontaine 68 Stebbins 50 Columbus East 59 Purcell 67 Beavercreek 57 Belmont 68 Troy 76 Stivers 75 Fenwick 71 Roosevelt 85 Roth FIRST UNDEFEATED SEASON

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I. Da ve Grie sho p, Student Council Tr easure r, hands Bro . Kelley a manusc ript of the Dead Sea Scroll s-th e students' Christmas gift to the Faculty. 2. The bra ss section does its best for Mr. Wolf. 3. Eve rybody wante d to be one of Santa's little helpers at the Christmas Concert. 4. Bro. Schneid er, one of Cham inade's g rowing number of Africa n Apostles, leaves Da yto n' s Uni on Station am id t he smiles and farewel ls of almost everyone.

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I. And I'm telling you , Jllck, Brother AI's French pastry is the best th is side of Marseille.

2. "Why so pale lind wan, fond love? Prithee, why so pale?" 3. The entire Student Council listens to one aspect of the scholastic monogram controversy. 4. Student Council officers-Vice President. Tom Steiner; Secretllry. Mike Merz; President, Ardie Bonanno; Treasurer, Dave Grieshop.

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Opposite : Father Henry Setter, S.M. , Director of the Chaminade Sodality, offers counsel to Sodalist Anthony D'Eli a. Above : The Sodality Cou ncil; (Left to Right): iunior prefect, Phillip Gril liot; sec reta ry, Robert Bohn; head of tempo ral ities, Richard Schwa rtzen+ruber; prefect general, Thomas Stei ner; senio r prefect, Terry Comer; and head of instruction, Charles Vehorn. Right: Chaminade's National Sodality Convention delegates and mode rators-To Steiner, Fr. Setter, R. Bohn, R. Schwartzentruber, Bro_ Hoeffer, C . Vehorn. Th e convention was held at Vianney High School in Kirkwood , Missouri.

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I. Albert Andzik, presi d en t of the G lee Club, nervous ly awaits stage time. 2. "Three blind mice, three . .. " 3. Mr. James Wolf, Band a nd Glee Club directo r, a nd Sr. Nat han ie l, d irector of the St. Mary's Academy Glee Club, lea d the com路 bined groups in the finale.


• spring As the lethargic days of spring arrived, the pace of the Eagles faltered a little, perhaps from the heartbreak of the Cincy play-offs. The seniors, though, made gigantic leaps forward during the spring months as they entered wholeheartedly into the spirit of their closed retreats at the Marianist Retreat House. The newly-acquired Student Council printing press was productive as signs in multi-color appeared announcing the Spring Festival, the Junior-Senior Prom, and the sophomore's "Under the Hawaiian Moon." The largest raffle return in the school's history made the Spring Festival an impressive success. Continuing the cultural program initiated during the winter months, the Chaminade Art . Gallery was installed in the main corridor thanks to the interest and monetary assistance of the Chaminade Co-Educators. A talented troupe from Chaminade and Julienne professionally staged the popular comedy, Toll Story , on May 10th and 12th. Even to the most disinterested senior, May 25th seemed imminent throughout the spring. And it was all history for the class of '63 as the last day of school was completed on May 16th at 2 :45 P.M.

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I. Payn e and Ry a n spen d a few minutes of their fr ee time o n spi ritual rea di ng . 2. Bock rath meditates on the fut ur~. 3. Retreatants said thei r rosary da ily befo re the Lourdes Grotto.

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I. Some of da boys get rid of loose change at Chaminade's Gold en Nugget.

2. Bro. Janning and Mr. Rice at their electronics booth. 3. Bro Barrish assists in the drawing for the Green Giant. 4. Ted Bowman to Green Giant winner: "Well, what did you expect, honey, J ocko Mikula 7" 5. No table hopping!

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I. Fu tu re Jo hnny Regers 2. Mass confusion at inter miss ion t ime. 3. Johnn y Reger gives his ve rsion of "Slim Trom路 bone ." 4. Bernie Andzik burns up the skins with "Cincinnati Ratamatati." 5. With Mr. Wolf conduding and Neu plunking the Steinway, the Cham ina de choristers sing "The Boatm an Dance." 6. Mr. Wolf takes a bow after a sti rring renditio n of "Seven ty-Six Trombones."

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I. The largest g rou p from Chaminade eve r to take in the sights of Washington pose with Representative Paul F. Schenck . 2. Stephen Danaher, Rick Rinaldo, Karl Kle in , Michael Merz, Ron a ld Gerdes a nd take a look at the worl d situatio n during one of the weekly meet ing s of JCOWA.

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I. No, Ed, she wouldn't rether do it herself! 2. Brun makes a cesh and carry deal with Boeke and Poeppelier. 3. Presenting Mike Dresser: OUTSTANDING DANC~ DESIGNER OF 1963. 4. Excuse me while 1 sheke the sewdust out of my shoes.

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CAST Professor Solomon Phil Rathweg Professor Osman Richard Kleckner Myra Solomon __ Judy Maher Davis _____ ____ Bill Foreman Coach Hardy __ Mike McCall Ray Blent ____ ____ Dennis Collins June ___ __ ______ _ Phyllis Anderson Mi ke $iad inari Tom Lauricella Nagel _____________ _ Albert Andzik Characters . . . Penny Nichols, Marcia Loges, Elizabeth Hargroves, John Doyle, John Moore, Kathy Klopf, Walter Ruben de Caelis, Tom Goetz, Bob Search, Bob Koverman, Marilyn Humpert, Tim Sharkey, Terry Sharkey, George Klosterman, Charles Johnson, Dan Dillon, George Spalding.

I. Srother Cook and his stage crew. 2. "Myra, I have a splitting head路 ache!"-Professo r Solomon. 3. Coach Hardy to Ray Slent, "This might cost me the iob at Ohio State." 4. Mike G iad inari, "Hey, iust sto p in my place and old Mike will take care of you, man."

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cia•••• Gleefully, hesitantly, the class of '63 made great strides toward maturity as they prayed, learned and socialized in their last year at Chaminade. An outstanding class, the seniors boast four military academy appointments. John Mikula will spend four years at West Point; Mike T.oombs, Mike Gauger and Jerry Wenner received appointments to the Air Force Academy, making Chaminade the only school in the nation having three seniors going to the academy in Denver. The junior class, led by a dynamic president, contributed valuable manpower to t~e debate team and editorial staffs of the school's publications. The class of '64 made a most impressive contribution on the Eagles' state runner-up cross country team. The underclassmen took the lead, as usual, in the fund raising efforts, finishing first and second in the Bishops' Relief Fund and the Spring Festival Drive. The sophomore class proved that the old Eagle spirit was anything but dead, as they en .. thusiastically backed all school sponsored activities. The shy frosh soon learned to accept the pace of high school and ran a little timidly at first, to gain their share of the laurels.

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Albert Andzik

Nicholas Aneshansely

John Baumer

William Bechtold

Ga ry Bockrath

Robert Boeke

Richard Brewer

James Broadstone

William Armstrong

Jerome Bedrowsky

Nicholas Becsh

Robert Bohse

James Bonanno

David Brockman

Henry Brockman

John Bigger

Edward Brown

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Leo Burkardt

Jerome Campbell

Paul Campbell

John Carlin

Russell Cerva y

Ed ward Ch innock

Paul Chmiel

Timothy Clemens

Timoth y Cline

John Bruns

Philip Buehrer

Kenneth Calloway

John Cochran

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Peter Camerino

Victor Cassano

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Jame s Craft

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Kenneth Dagg ett

Charles De Brosse

John Decker

Anthony D' Elia

Joseph Dierkers

Lawrence Dillhoff

Daniel Dillon

John Di Pucci

Ralph Dorston

Edwin Drerup

AI bert Dru ktei nis

Robert Duncan

James Dun sky

Mary Alice to Stan: Please!! She can do it herself!

Richard Duckro

John Dwyer

Ed wa rd Ducey

Michael Eifert

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Joseph Eile rs

Gerald Elfrits

Joseph Fryling

Dennis Geglein

Dennis Grosjean

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Th omas Giradot

Timothy Gross

Robert Ellis

Michael Etter

Robin Gabe

Daniel Gallivan

Lee Gitzinger

John Guehl

Thomas Glazer

Gerald Guenther

Anthony Faeta

Th omas Gannon

Paul Glass

Robert Hafer


Da rrell Frick

John Flamm

William Foreman

Dominic Gard

Bria n Gordner

Neal G a rdn e r

William Gardner

Th omas Goetz

Charles Good

Robe rt Graves

Ri chard Green

Law rence Haley

John Harm

Patrik Hefferman

Gerald Foster

Michael Gauger

David Grieshop

Thomas Heigel

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John Heindl

John Hemmert

Richard Hoke

Michael Huelsman

Scott Huey

William James

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Ronald Hendricks

Edward Hollo

Daniel Hughes

John Janis

Allen Hill

Thomas Homan

George Humm

David Jehn

Daniel Hill

Donald Honious

Douglas Huwer

Edward Jergens


John Hochwalt

Gary Hoertt

David Howard

It's finally happened! Cline flipped his lid over the Eagles!

James Ivory

Paul Johnson

Walter Jones


class of '63 ... air conditioned their own classrooms.

Law rence Just ice

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M ichael Kappler

J ohn Kell er


Edgar Kern

Gerald Kindermann

Michael Kingston

Richard Kleckner

Leo Knight

Donald Koepnick

Fred Kondrotas

James Kracus

Kenneth Kraft

Theodore Kreusch

Thomas Kreusch

Dennis Kriegbaum

Steve La Flame

Ronald Lambert

Kenneth Klein

Santa Ellis: Egad, Martha, brought the w ron g bag! Nothing but dirty socks in here!

John Kucharski

Thomas Lau ricella

Thomas Lauterbach

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Eugene Lehman

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Michael Lenh off

J a mes Lewis

Richa rd Linderman

Dennis Marlow

Michael Martin

Danie l Maschino

Pat rick McKenna

John Mc Keo n

Th omas McLaug hlin

Robe rt McRaven

Walte r Meyer

John Mikula

Mic hael Miller

Norman Miller

Michael List

Timothy Massey

Edmund Minnick


John Lucid

Robert Lud wig

Michael Madden

J on Mangeot

Th omas Manning

Thoma s Maye r

Michael McCall

Robert McCart hy

Mic hael McFadden

De nnis McGee

Michael Merz

James Metzg e r

Kenneth Meixner

Daniel Minogue

Ro bert Merta

Jose ph Mitchell

Stanley Mertzman

Joseph Montalto

Robert Moore

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Dona ld Moug ey

William Neu

Robert Neuman

J os eph Mundro

Michael O'Connell

John Murnah an

Fred Naas

Michael O'Donnell

Thomas Osterday

Look, no M&M candy in thi s hand!

Joseph Prinz

John Pickrel

Thomas Poeppelmeier

Michael Probst

Robert Quatman


class of '63 ... was represented by Rick Rinaldo in the National Student Congress in Texas.

James Nellis

Joseph Nellis

Mark Nemecek

Ronald Overman

James Payne

Thomas Payne

Robert Peitz

Jerry Pohl

Richard Portune

Robert Powell

Robert Powers

John Rau

Thomas Rave

Michael Redden

John Redick

David Pflum

Donald Reinhard

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Jame s Rich a rd s

Thomas B. Ryan

Thomas Rieger

Michael Riley

Richard Rinaldo

Cl iffo rd Ruble

John Ruble

Charles Ruemping

Thomas K. Ryan

Vincent Sacksteder

Scott Sohipper

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John Schleman

David Roderer

Michael Russell

Jame s Saette l

James Sage

Michael Schlegel

Paul Schneider


Thomas Rosato

Walter Rubin de Ce lis

Robert Ryan

Bucky's gift to the refs: Mother Murphy's Eye Strengthener.

James Sch iml

Thomas Schneider

Mich ael Schoenberger


William Schottelkotte

Thomas Schramm

Timothy Silberies

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Ralph Schultz

James Sims

Frank Spolrich

Robert Siaker

Thomas Sta ngle

Dale Tangeman

Robert Th ien

J ames D. Thomas

Richard Schwartzentruber

Joseph Sinkwitz

J ames Steele

James W. Thomas

Robert Sea rch

William Slinger

Thomas Steiner

Harold Thompso n


Ed wa rd Seibe rt

J osep h Seife rt

Raymond Smith

Thomas Smith

Mark Stelzer

W illiam Struck

Th omas Tisc he r

William Tobias

W illiam Sell

Da le Snurr

William Sheare r

Kareld Solomon

Daniel Sulliva n

Will ia m Sull iva n

Da vid Tol le

Michael Too mb s

Jame s Sparks

Gary Swartzbaugh

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class of '63 ... revived enthusiasm in the Building fund Drive.

William Trey

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Dona ld Trick

G erel ,.! ... 路 .


Ronald Trick

Dennis Turner

H arry Tu rne r

Frank Va cchiano

James Vincent

Timothy Vogel

Michael Wachdorf

John Walling

Stephen Walter

Dani e l Watk ins

James W atson

Th o mas W e ck esse r

Michael Wenger

G era ld Wenner

James West

Ed ward Wildenhaus

Jerome Van Riper

H ow swee-e -e-t it is!

James Weller

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Thomas Wi ll

James Wilson

William Wo lf

Edward Worthington

Donald Yantis

David York

Sign on locker: "Beware of landslides" Don ald Zerkel


Pete r Zi erolf

Michael Zimm erle

Thomas Zimmerman

Spa rks a nd Koepnick to Sim s: You 've got it Jim, al l but the leaf suit.

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I. The Junior Class Officers smi le fo r t he '63 EAGLE. From boHom路to top: Chuck Vehorn, pres ident; Bob Bohn , vice pre sident; Mike O'Brien, trea surer ; Dennis Greaney, secretary. 2. Awe-struck juniors watch Brothe r Ge a ry become the brightest member of the CHS faculty as he receives 120 vol ts during a physics experiment. 3. The junior class was noted for it s a lert, genial and effervescent members. 4. Brother Robert Johns, Capta in o f the Parking Lot patrol, rides herd on one of the local dragsters . 5. A study in Junior profiles.

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class of '64 D. Ager J. Aifano D. Allen W. Allen D. Anderson W. Andruskewicz B. Andzik

J. August J. Augustine R. Baird J. Ballman D. Banford R. Barkmeyec J. Bauer

E. Bayhan A. Becker R. Becker R. Beigel R. Beisel A. Bella G. Belle T. L. E. T.

Bereda Berthy Bisch Bishop J. Bocko D. Bodner M. Boehmer N. Boesch R. Boesch E. Bohachek D. Bohardt R. Bohn A. Bow S. Bramlage B. Branch J. Brandhuber A. Breisch F. Bremer M. Brennan E. Broadstone D. Brockman

J. Brockman G. Brown M. Brown E. Buechele J. Buening J. Bujarski G. Bu rg ulis R. Burkhart M. Caporal M. Capps H. Chapman G. Christie J. Claude P. Cochran S. Co le D. Collins E. Collins J. Condy R. Coons R. Coyle R. Creamer

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C. Dabbs P. Dakin G. Da muth S. ~ a n a h er T. Davis J . Dell S. Desc h

R. Desse ker P. Didier R. Di e rke r A. DiM atteo R. Dinee n C. Dix G . Doll

J. Donauer V. Dorste n M. Dresse r P. Du ffley M. Dotty W . Duffy M. Earl y S. El liott J . Estevez J. Falkowsk i B. Fasano P. Fel dm a n L. Feldm a nn G . Feltz A. Fen elo n T. Fink J. Fische r V. Forsbe rg R. Fraize r J. Framme M. Fra nkenberg

M. Frantz T. Franz G . Freiberge r W. Furay G. Gall D. Galvin F. Gebhart

J . Geesen A. Giambrone T. Gi ll otti J. Gilmore J . Githens J. Gitzinge r L. Giust M. G lotfel te r P. Godzik D. G oecke P. Go ldsch midt D. Goode P. G ood e B. G orm an G. GoHsch lich G. Goubea ux J. Goubeau x J. Goubeaux B. Graham D. Gran ey D. Greaney N. Green L. Gri llot

P. Grillot R. Gudorf T. Hackett M. Hale M. Hall

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Th is potassium cyanide contains not one, but th re e miracle ingredien ts to work like a doctor's prescription for fast, Fast, FAST relief.

R. Ham er M. Harm W. Ha rris J. Hartke F. Heberling J. Henke M. Herbert

R. Hess R. Hewitt M. Higg ins B. Hinker B. Hoersting D. Hoffman J. Hoke L. Horn er A. Huber M. Hughes D. Hussong D. Israel F. Ivo ry D. Jenkins

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Jun io rs Rathweg, Burkhardt, Goode, and Hamer admire their newly arrived class rings.

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F. Jurick J. Kaiser W. Kappler S. Karl P, Kavanaugh M. Keating N. Kel ly B. Kender T. Kerby M. Keyes T. Keyes T. Kleimeyer W . Koerner B. Koesters

F. Koest ler B. Konicki V. Kovacs R. Koverman R. Kozlouski D. Kramer J. Kramer

S. Kramer M. Kuntz N. Kuzu ianakis T. Lafferty W. Laidley R. Leen G. Lehman J. Lic hlyte r R. Lienesch W. link T. Loges G . Loney M. Loos R. Lucking J . Luthman

J. Lutz R. Madden T. Mah le J. Mah lmeister M. Manning R. Mannix T. Mantle C. Martinson J . McCa rto n M. McCarthy D. McC loskey W. Mc Davis M. McDonnells J. McGarvey J . McGarey M. McManus T. Mechen bi er R. Menker D. Meye r G . Meyer D. Michael J. Michel W. Michel F. Mi ller R. Mill e r R. Miller C. Mobley J. Molrar T. Monnin H. Moore J. Moore R. Moore G . Moo rma n J. Mo rgan

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J. Morgan M. Moskewicz T. Motsch S. Mundro B. Munley J . Muto J. Newcome M. Newcome M. Nosil P. Nugent M. O'Brien W.Ochs F. Oconitrillo T. O'Connor

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G.O lwine R. Omlor F. Orazio D. Parry B. Payne B. Peasant D. Perry

J. Peterman M. Petkus J. Pet rie D. Pteiffer R. Pflaum M. Pfelan D. Phillips

W. Pilgrim J. J. R. J. R. T.

Plummer Pollock Poole Powell Pridgen Pumphrey

J. Quashnock P. Rathweg T. Rausch J. Reind l W. Reyer J . Richardson C. Rike R. Rogers

J . Rose W. Roth R. Ruetschilling D. Ruscha u K. Ryan T. Sableski H. Sachs T. Salminin J. Sanders J. Schaefer R. Scheper C. Scherbauer E. Schmidt N. Schneble W. Schram l J. Schreiber N. Schrein J. Schrim l N. Schuessler D. Schulke A. Schuster B. Schwiete r~a n K. Scott R. Sell M. Shanesy C. Shay D. Sheer

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McGarey to Keyes: If you' re so naive as to believe that the presidential election of 1860 was wo n solely bec ause of facia l ~nd other physical characteristics of the candidates, then I wou ld suggest that you crate my maple an d scotc h fir sapli ngs a nd return th em to my g reenhouse in Vermont.

R. D. D. J. B. E.

Sherer Shipley Shufeldt Sievers Simonton Sipniewski

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Slonake r D. Smedley D. Smith R. Smith J . Smolka S. Smuzok

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:;. Snyder J. Soter P. Spatz J . Spellmeye r F. Sprada G. Staa s D. Stark D. Stelzer W. Stevens J. Stiers W. Stodda rd D. Stolfo R. Storck T. Strobel

J. Sulliva n T. Suttmiller R. Swanson F. Thomas J. Th ompson R. Tobe J . Tom aszewski

H. Toombs J . Trimbo li E. Utacht C. Vehorn J. Ventura R. Veres J. Wabler D. Wachdorf J . Wack P. Wagner J . Walte rs J. Waltz C . Watson R. Wead

J. Weaver J. Weckesse r L. Weiler R. Weis ner J. Welsh T. Wendeln S. Wendling F. Wenze l F. Wenzke D. We st brock L. Wh itehead T. Whitesel P. Wiel an d M. Willhelm

J. Wi lso n P. Wi lso n R. Wolff J. Wonderly R. Woodie C. Woo ley F. W right N. Young L. Zelinskas W. Zen tis G . Zillich S. Zim ma ro T. Zimmer W. Zimmer man

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I. Chuc k Vehorn and Jeff Ba ll man work out for the upcoming track seaso n.

2. Frank Wright moments before he was crushed to death by a fal ling barbell set (60 Ibs.).

JUNIOR HONOR STUDENTS

Front Row (left to right): J. Plummer R. Baird H. Moore Back R-ow:

P. Ra thweg H. Toombs D. Kramer A. G iambrone M. Caporal C. Mart inson

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I. Sophomore vice pres id ent So nn y Bell a nd president Mik e Cl a rk talk over stu dent politics.

2. Sophomo res whoop it up at the raffle ki ck -off. 3. I'l l bet it didn 't go in .

4. Aw, come on! It couldn't have been that funny.

5. " Fra nk t'-J. Stein and the Seve n Wi t hering Ha nds " starring Brother Templin, S.M .

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class of '65 D.Ad am D. Allen J . Ames A. Ampula D. Anderson C. Andruskewicz J. Anzek D. Arl in g M. Bach J. Badders F. Bailey T. Ba ke r L. Ba Id asa re W. Barstow P. Battisti S. Bayus C. Bell J. Bell G . Be lm e T. Be rry D. Be rtke T. Bi rkbeck D. Blankemeye r J . Bleiche r J. Boehme r J. Bohardt J . Bol linge r G. Borgert T. Boze E. Braaksma R. Bran dhube r L. Brewe r R. Brinkman A. Broa dsto ne D. Brockma n D. Broering R. Bruggeman W . Brun D. Brune M. Bu ddend eck L. Budenz L. Bueh rer D. Bunn W. Bu rkha rd t G. Buschu r J. Bu tle r M. Cantrell J. C a pl inger R. Chappie

J. Childs B. Chmiel J . Chmiel M. Cl a rk T. C lem ens D. Colema n T. Concannon D. Corcoran J . Corpstein J . C otte r J. Coughlin J. Cough lin R. Cron in J . Dafler

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J. Da hlinghaus M. Dahm L. Davis W. Davis J. Delaberta M. Dickey J . Diemunsch

A. Di x J . Dix R. Doll R. Doudican J . Doyle R. Dresher J. Duffy

T. Dunham J . Dunkleman R. Dunlevey E. Dunn C. Dunsky M. Dupps J. Eardly

c. Eisen S. Eisenhauer E. Ei smann D. Eldridge D. Elix D. Ell is F. Elsner D. Eng lebrecht J. Evans E. Farfsing J . Farkas R. Farrell J . Felt J. Fiala M. Fisher J. Fi tzharris M. Flanagan W. Flanagan T. Flynn A. Foley R. Fontana R. Forthofer R. Foster G. Furman M. Gabe S. Gardner G. Garland A. G ay W . George R. Gerdes J. Gitzinger J. G itzinger G. G lasener J . Goecke M. Goeke R. Goldschmidt J. Gorman D. Gough T. Graham E. Green R. Gremling M. Gress H. Grierson T. Grieshop D. Griffin W. Griffin D. Gro路gean C. Gross R. Grundisch

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Sophomores Don Wabler and Alex Ramb auske during biology lab period .

D. Gru se nmeyer T. Gud orf R. Gu ehl W. Habermann W . Hal ey J . Hall J . Hall G . Ha lpin J. Halpin R. Hamden F. Ha mpel W . Ha rdert J. Harkins J . Ha rper D. Harti ng D. Hartn agel R. Hartshorn J . Haufe E. Hau sfeld M. Heck J . Hegman

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P. Heinrich J. Heinz H .•Heiser R. Hem elga rn S. Hemm elgarn T. Hen eha n R. Herbert D. Hersman

T. Hick ey R. Hill S. Hinkle S. Hochwalt T. Hoefler J. Hoelscher

J. Hoffma n T. Holton D. Homan J. Honious D. Horn M. Horn M. Hoying P. Humm H. Hu tchinso n T. Jacobs M. Janning P. Jergens R. Johnston J. Kanak

R. Kaucher T. Kavanaugh D. Keister

R. Kemper M. Kepler P. Kendig J . Kessler R. Kessler J . Kiacz J. Kirchmer C. Klein J. Klopf G. Klosterman L. Knapp

E. Knight D. Knopp M. Knox V. Koehler J. Kovacs C. Koverman D. Krabacher R. Krebs R. Krumm W. Kuntz J. Kuritar J . Kurtz J. La Flame R. Landis A. Lane J. La Porte W. Lauber A. Lause T. La Veris M. Lawrence G. Lee

M. Leen A. Leingang

M. Leo J. Limberg J . Limbert J. Limbert M. list

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J . Loga n T. Long R. Lorto n D. Lucid P. Lucu s R. Lue hrs A. Lug o S. Lukacs J. Mac her D. MacPherson T. Madden T. Mader M. Malesko A. Mantle D. Marlow J. Ma rsha ll W . Massie T. Ma stbaum P. Maugha n J. Mayer J . McCa rt hy D. E. D. T. R.

McCl ain McCloskey McCrink McGreevy McGuire J . McN al ly J. McNeil R. Meltz G . Mensc hing J. Me rcuri G. Mergler C. Merris R. Merz F. Mes sa ros G. Meyer K. Mikalauskas J. Mill er M. Minch J . Minnery R. Monnin P. Montgo mery M. Moore D. Moorman S. Moorma n R. Moos brugger E. Muceus M. Mudd J . Mudd T. Mu rphy R. Nartker C. Neu R. Nord en brock M. Nugent W. Ny lan R. Ober lander M.O'Bryan V.Olekas J. O'Meara C. O'Neill M. O ' Ne ill G.Orf W.O ste rda y H. Otto D. O ve rman S. Pachin A. Page L. Palmer J . Pa rent R. Pate

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L. Pa vu k M. Peasant R. Peck J. Peters R. Phelps T. Pick re l T. Ple iman R. R. R. B.

Poh l Price Przybylowicz Puchalski A. Pung D. Qu atman J. Qua t man

J. Quinn G. Quinter T. Raab A. Ramba uske

R. Rammel J. Razaus kas

T. Reaster G. Reed

J. Reid M Rei.ling D. Renick T. Re ntz C. Reusch W. Richison M. Richter J. Ritterhoff

L. Roberts T. Roberts T. Roberts R. Rodrig uez J. Rogers

T. Rose E. Rotterman M. Ruf R. Russe ll F. Ruzick T. Ryan J. Sachs

M. Sa mu R. Sawye r G. Scarpelli G. Schlangen T. Schmitt D. Schm itz J. Schoenberger D. Schomme r F. Schopler M. Schorr J. Schrantz E. Schuster T. Schwel ler M. Sci a namblo P. Seibert R. Seibe rt J. Seiser A. Seitz R. Se itz R. Seubert W. She ets R. Sherwe ll K. Shigley J . Siewe J . Sipes J. Skelton J. Slack D. Sm al l

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Sophomore Mike Zimmerman util izes the quiet of the Chaminade library.

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R. Smith J. Snyder J. Some rs G. Spalding S.Spirk G. Staas R. Stallkamp R. Stein R. Stem G. St ickel T. Suttmiller J. Swe ig art E.S wi nderm a n R. Szabo M. Szima J. Terb ay C. Texto r T. Thickel J. Thiem an D. Tobe W. Todd G. Toth J. Travis D. Treo n G . Tri etsch R. Trim bach L. Turner D. Ulrich W . Unverferth T. Utterba ck J . Varley J . Veg bali M. Voelkl D. Volk R. Volz M. Von Dohre D. Wable r P. Wabler C . Wake r S. Wasseni ch E. Weave r S. Webendorfer F. Weinert J. Weisner T. Weisser J . Werner R. Westb roc k J. Whetze l T. White T. Wieland J. Wilke M. Williams T. Williams R. Winburn P. Wittman D. Wood W. Woodall W. Wright W . Wysinski J . Yackley M. Ye ag er S. Zaidai n E. Zapoto ny

J. Zapaton y T. Zimmer ' G. Zennie M. Zimme rman E. Zitt M. Zmiiews ki R. Zuhl

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I. "You b et ! 1 sold my raffle tickets ." 2. Brother Tem p li n, S.M., shows his br ute strength .

2 . Tony Foley scores as the sophomores defeat the freshmen by the score of 25路21.

4. Chaminade stu d ents participate in a space experiment.

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I. Jerry Gottschall Fres hman Class president. 2. Freshmen make th eir first big move. 3. " Disciplinary ru les exist in order to create an atmosphere in which severa l hundred widely differing personalities can live together harmoniously while working toward common obiectives." Cham ina de Han dbook, 1962-1963. 4. Oh wearisome condition of humanity! 5. Freshmen are noted for their brilliant determination an d agility in handling all situations.

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class of '66 C. Adkinso n D. Albers M. Alberts H. Albietz T. Aldridge M. Alexinas T. Al len

J. Antony M. Armstrong K. Arnold W. Arno ld G. Arthur J. Bachey G. Badders

J . Bailey J. Barlow A. Ba tai lle M. Bauer P. Bayhem A. Beach M. Beck E. Becker R. Becker T. Berens R. Beutle J. Bleicher T. Blind M. Bochener M. Bock rath J . Boehmer J. Boehmer J. Boe ke M. Boesch M. Boltz J. Borchers D. Boyd W. Braun J . Brenner P. Brill J . Brinkman R. Brown D. Brown

E. Browning A. Bruckner

T. Bruns H. Burg er M. Burke T. Burkhardt R. Burr M. Butler C. Campbell D. Cantrell J. Caporal T. Carro ll R. Carter R. Ca se

J. Caserta R. Casey M. Cenky P. Cherpeski M. Clarke T. Cline T. Collins

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T. Cooper J . Copher H. Coyle L. Crabi ll N. Crawford T. Crone

T. Cwiok R. Daggett M. D'Amico J. Davis T. Davis N. De Brosse J . De ger P. Deis L. Delzeith J . Dembski A. Desan do P. Desch C. Des ch aine J . Dichito E. Don ova n J . Down ing J. Dow ning G . Drurup E. Du ckso n P. Duffy H. Du ffley E. D. T. S. R. D. R.

Duel Duwel Dunning Dwye r Eak le Ecke rt Ei sma nn

R. El li ott D. Erl i M. Fack ler D. Felkley P. Fel tz J. Fiedo r A. Fiorita R. Fischer P. Forte ner P. Foste r D. Francis B. Fu ssne r R. Fyke F. Garman P. G eiser J . Geuhl R. Gille J. Gla se r D. G orman D. Goubeaux J. Gottschall

J. Gottschall J . Graha m R. G ra nt J . Green D. Grilliot R. Gril lot S. Haiduk M. Hama nt R. Han d W. Hanse n M. Hatdert D. Hard in W. Har rison T. Ha rtmann

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"O h, when the sa ints go march in ' in !" S. Hausfeld P. Heck J. Heggs J . Hentrich M. He rtziger T. Hewehan J. Hilton J. Hoa r J. Hochdoerfe r G. Hodge T. Hogan G. Hoke B. Homan T. Ho rrigan

R. Howard T. Howes E. Hoying D. Huber

T. Huff B. Hunter J . Hu tchi nson C. Ireto n T. Israe l B. J a nning C . J ohnson T. John so n F. Jon esK. Jones J.Ju tte J. Kaiser M. Karl M. Karmosay J. Kavanaugh T. Keating J . Kelly B. Ke ni so n A. Ked esz S. Kingston M. Kistne r J . Kli ngshirn J . Kloste rman S. Klosterman

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J. Knight C. Kolaczkowski J. Kovacs F. Krame r D. Kraus M. Kucarski P. Laffe rty

T. Lan dis W. Laue r

D. Lauricella M. Lawso n R. Leibold W. Leinesch G. Limbe rt

R. Lischke K. J. J. J. L. L.

Lud wig Lu neke Lyle Lyons Mahle Mak ley

S. Malogorski

T. Maloney J. Mannix P. Mann ix M. Manzo M. Maretto D. Marshall

J . Martinez M. Mattheney P. Mathes J . Mayer G. M.ayl D. McArdle T. McCarthey

T. McCan n D. McCrabb D. McCrea d y F. McDavis R. McDavis D. McNamara M. McSh e rry D. Merkle G . Mesche r M. Meyer J . Meyers R. Miller M. Misla n D. Mitc hell

E. Monnin J. Moon C. Moore J. Moore M. Moore W. Moulton K. Murphy C. Naas B. Naber K. Nartker N. Nash M. Nawroth N. Nolan J. Obringer M. O'Hearn P. O 'Rei ll y D.Orf E. Orr . J . Ortiz B. O ve rman L. ParieH

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L. Parr B. Parrlnge r J. Parson s D. Pate M. Patterson J. Picker R. Pie rce D. Pie rron D. Pilgrim L. Pleiman P. Pomuti T. Ponichterc R. Powe ll T. Priske T. Pummil l P. Quinn D. Randall G. Ratterm an G. Reboule t R. Red a J. Redick D. Reed F. Reich ert J . Re ite r D. Renick w . Reynold, D. Ridenou r F. Ri ege r

J . Rin dler B. Robbins J. Robinson J. Rod rigues C. Roessler T. Roh l G. Romie D. Roof L. Rose E. Roth A. Ro un ds S. Rud zinski S. Ruemping J . Ruschau T. Rya n R. Saaler S. Shwaya R. Schaaf H. Schaefe r J. Schieltz C. Schierloh M. Schittel L. Schlegel S. Schm idt J. Schwend em an R. Seibe rt T. Seifert T. Sharkey D. Shepard C. Siehl C. Simon D. Simon J. Simon R. Simons M. Sims S. Skapik

J. Sloan C. Smales E. Smith J. Smit h D. Smutak L. Snow

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Freshman homeroom presidents : Standing (left to right) Jerry Gqttschall John Moore Mike Tu llis Tim Sh arkey Mike Walsh Seated (left to ri ght) Terry Anthony Mark Kuharski Ru ssell Carter Mike Moore, Tom Thome , T'im McCann help their homeroom reach its goal of $2,789,264.09 in the Bishops' Rel ief Fund.

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I. Deco rating entrepreneurs and their dates display polished smiles as they pose befo re a th reatening vo lcano tha t help set the atmosphe re for "U nder the Hawaiian Moon." 2. Sophs and their dates chat an d chew. 3. Flashing his biggest smile Treon shows the general glow that pervaded the Soph's own dance, "Under the Hawaiian Moon."

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• senior direc.ory WILLIAM AICHER Poster Club I; Dramatics 2, 3 THOMAS ALEXANDER Cheerleader 3; Glee Club I; Math Club I; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Class officer I, 2, 3,4; Server 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3 ; Speech Club I; Variety Show I; Football 1,2,3,4 LOUIS ALMASY Intramurals 4; Perfect Attendance I, 2 JOHN ANDREWS Intramurals I, 2, 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4 ALBERT ANDZIK Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Photography Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3, 4; Servers I, 2, 3,4; Variety Show I; Football 1,2 ,3,4; Track3 , 4 NICHOLAS ANESHANSLEY Cafeteria Squad I; Math Club I; Ubra ry Staff 2; Stage Crew 2,3,4; Talent Search 2, 3 WILLIAM ARMSTRONG Poster C lub 1,2; Intra murals 3, 4; Fen ci ng Team 4; Cla ss Officer 4 GARY BAKER Perfect Attendance 2 TIMOTHY BANKER Glee Club I; Ta x Stamp Club 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,3; Servers 2,3; Speech C lub I; Variety Show I; Football I, 2, 3 MICHAEL BARGA Glee Club 2; JCOWA4; 150

Perfect Attendance I, 3; Intramurals 2 THOMAS BARHORST Math Club I; Photography Club 4; Tax Stamp Club 2; Intramurals 1,3; Perfect Attendance I, 2 JERRY BART Ta x Stamp Club 2,3; Intramural s 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 2; Perfect Attendance 2 JOHN BOUMER Intramurals 1,2,3,4; JCOWA 3; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4 MICHAEL BECHTOLD Engineering Club I, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll I; Perfect Attendance 3; Speech Club 1,2; News Staff 4 JEROME BEDROWSKY Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2; Honor Roll I; Variety Show 1 NICHOLAS BESCH Glee Club I; Intramurals 1 JOHN BIGGER Perfect Attendance I, 2 DAVID BLANFORD 1ntramurals I, 2, 3, 4 JAMES BLATZ GARY BOCKRATH Intramural s I; Perfect Attendance I; Basketball I, 2, 3,4; Football 1 BOB BOECHE Tax Stamp Club 2; Intramura ls 1,2,3,4; Golf Te6 .n 2 ROBERT BOHSE JAMES BANANNO Glee Club I;

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance I; Class Officer I, 2, 3, 4; Sodality I, 2, 3,4; Variety Show I; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3 PHILIP BORCHERS Glee Club I; 1ntramurals I, 2; F.T.A.3 KEN BORGERT Intramurals 2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3,4 JAMES BRAMLAGE Glee Club I; Math Club I; Tax Stamp Club 2; Intramurals 2, 3,4; Perfect Attendance 3; Sodal ity I; Speech 2; GolfTeam 1,2,3,4 RICHARD BREWER Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Perfect Attendance 3; Basketball 1 JAMES BROADSTONE Glee Club; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Sodality 3,4; Variety Show 2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 3 DAVID BROCKMAN Intramurals 4 HENRY BROCKMAN Math Club I; Service Club I; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2; Speech 1 EDWARD BROWN Glee Club I; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3, 4 DONALD BRUN Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Servers I; Variety Show 1 JOHN BRUNS· Math Club I; Library Staff 2, 3


PHIL BUEHRER Intramurals ROBERT BUHRMAN Intra.murals I, 3 LEO BURKARDT Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3 . MICHAEL BYRNE Perfect Attendance I PETER CAMERINO Intramurals 1,2 ; Track Team 3,4; Cross Country 3, 4 KENNETH CALLOWAY Intramurals 1,2,3; Basketball I, 2, 3,4 JEROME CAMPBELL Chess Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4 PAUL CAMPBELL Cafeteria Squad I; Math Club I, 2, 3,4; Postage Stamp Club I, 2; Honor Ro!l I, 2, 3,4;

Perfect Attendance I; National Honor Society 3, 4; Speech Club I ; Library Staff 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1,2

Walk right in $$$, sit right down $$$, tell me you're mine al l mine $$$.

JOHN CARLIN Glee Club 2, 3,4; Intramurals 2 VIC CASSANO Intramurals 3; Perfect Attendance 2 JAMES CARVER Poster Club I; Intramura ls 3, 4 RUSSELL CERVA Y Perfect Attendance I, 2 EDWARD CHINNOCK Engineering Club 2,3; Math Club I; Chess Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4 PAUL CHMIET Engineering Club 2; Cafeteria I DAVE CLARK Cafeteria Squad 2, 3,4; Intramurals 4; Perfect Attendance 4; Speech Club 4; Football I LOUIS CLARK Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3 TIM CLEMENS Int ramu rals 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 3; Servers 2, 3 J. TIM CLINE Cheerleaders I, 4; Math Club I; Dramatics 2,4; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3, 4 ; Sodality 2,3,4; Speech Club 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Intramurals 2,3; Greenbackers 4 JOHN COCHRAN Cheerleader 4; . Glee C lub I; Math Club I; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2; Class Officer I, 2, 3; Servers 2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3,4; Speech I; Variety Show I; Football I, 2, 3

RICHARD COLLINS Perfect Attendance I, 2 TERRY COMER Intramurals 1,2,3 ; Sodality 1,3,4; Library Staff 2; Class Officer 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; Band 1,2,3,4 JOHN CONDON Biology Club 2,3,4 RICHARD COOVER Math Club I JIM CRAFT Intramurals I; Perfect Attendance 2 MICHAEL CROMPTON Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3,4 JAMES DABBELT G lee C lub I; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Variety Show I; Basketball I KENNETH DAGGETT Intramu rals I, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4 CHARLES DeBROSSE Engineering Club 2; Math Club 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Speech Club I JOHN DECKER Intramurals 2; Class Officer I ANTHONY D'ELIA Service Club 1,2 ; Intramurals I, 2, 3,4; Perfect Attendance I, 3, 4; Sodality 4; Annual Staff 4; Greenbackers 4 JOSEPH DIERKERS Glee Club 2; Intramurals 2,3,4 LARRY DILLHOFF Cafeteria Squad 3; Phosphors 3, 4 ; Intrc;murals 2,3,4; Servers 2

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DAN DILLON Cafeteria Squad 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Servers 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4 JOHN DiPUCCI Glee Club I; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3,4; Variety Show I; Football 1,2,3,4; Track Team 3; Class Officer I, 2 RALPH DORSTON Intramurals 1,2,3,4 EDWIN DRERUP Intramurals 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3,4; Class Officer I ALBERT DRUKTEINIS Intramurals I, 2, 3,4; Speech Club 2, 4; Chess Club 4 EDWARD DUCEY Cafeteria Squad I; Math Club I; Intramurals 2, 4; Sodality I; Speech Club I RICHARD DUCKRO Intramurals 1,2,3,4 ROBERT DUNCAN Perfect Attendance I, 2; Intramurals 2 JAMES DUNSKY Band 1,2,3,4; Phosphors 3, 4; Perfect Attendance I; Servers 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4 BARRY DWYER

GARY ELFRITS Dramatics I; Intramurals I, 2, 3,4; Perfect Attendance 2; Variety Show I ROBERT EllS Honor Roll I; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 4; Class Officer 2, 4; Sodality I; Library Staff 2 MIKE ETTER Intramurals 1,2,3,4 ANTHONY FAET A Intramurals 1,2,3 JOHN FLAMM Glee Club I; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Variety Show 1,2,3; Intramurals I; Class Officer 3; Bandl,2,3,4 WILLIAM FOREMAN PSSC 4; Aviation Club 4; Chess Club 2, 4; Variety Show I; Intramurals 1,2; Cross Country 3; Track 3 GERALS FOSTER Band 1,2,3,4; Math Club I; Servers 2, 3; Library Staff 2; Variety Show 2,3; Intramurals I DARRELL FRICK Cafeteria Staff 3; Intramurals 1,4; Perfect Attendance I, 3,4 JOSEPH FRYLING Intramurals 1,4

MICHAEL EIFERT Glee Club 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2; Coin Club 1,2,3; Phosphors 4

ROBIN GABE Glee Club 3, 4; JCOWA4; Intramurals 4

JOE EILERS Intramurals I, 2, 4; Basketball I, 3; Clas!; Officer 2

DANIEL GALLIVAN Phosphors 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 3, 4

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THOMAS GANNON Dramatics I, 3; Perfect Attendance I; Variety Show 1,2,3; Intramurals 2; Tumbling Team 3,4 DOMINIC GARD Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3,4; Phosphors 3, 4 BRIAN GARDNER CHS News 2; Intramurals I; Chess Club 4 NEAL GARDNER Sodality 4; Intramurals 1,2; Phosphors 4; Chess Club 4 WILLIAM GARDNER Intramurals 2, 3,4; Perfect A ttenda nce 3, 4 MICHAEL GAUGER Math Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Class Officer 4; Variety Show 2,3 DENNIS GEGLEIN Band 1, 2; Intramurals I, 4; Perfect Attendance 3 THOMAS GIRARDOT Intramurals 1,2,3,4 LEE GITZINGER Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3,4 THOMAS GLASER PAUL GLASS Perfect Attendance I, 2 THOMAS GOETZ Glee Club I; Dramatics 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Phosphors 4; Variety Show I CHARLES GOOD Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance .l, 2, 3,4 ROBERT GRAVES PSSC 4;


Intramurals 1,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3,4; Basketba ll Manager 2,3,4 RICHARD GREEN

Intra murals 4; Class Officer 2,3,4; Servers 2, 4; Sodality 3, 4; Basketball I, 2; Football 1,2,3,4 DAVID GRIESHOP

Intramurals 1,2,4; Perfect Attendance I; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Class Officer 1,2,3,4 DENNIS GROSJEAN

THOMAS HEIGEL JOHN HEINDL

Honor Rolli; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3,4; Class Officer I, 2

JOHN HEMMERT

Perfect Attendance I; Variety Show I; Intramurals 1 RONALD HENDRICKS

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Stamp Club 3; Perfect Attendance 3; Library Staff 2,3,4; Variety Show 1

TIMOTHY GROSS

Math Club I; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2,3; F.T.A. 4; Servers 1 JOHN GUEHL

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4 GERALD GUENTHER

Glee Club 2; Ta x Stamp Club 2; Intramura ls 1,2, 3,4; Perfect Attendance 4; F.T.A. 3; Phosphors 3, 4 ROBERT HAFER

Intromurols I; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Perfect Attendance I, 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cla ss Officer I, 2, 3, 4

Intramurals 2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3,4; Speech Club 1 RICHARD HOKE

Glee Club I; Honor Roll 2; Intramurals 2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Perfect Attendance 4; Class Officer 3, 4; Variety Show 1 EDWARD HOLLO

In tram urals 1,2 , 3,4 THOMAS HOMAN

Intramu rals 1,2,3 DONALD HONIOUS

ALLEN HILL

Photography Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2, 4; Phosphors 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; National Honor Society 4 DANIEL HILL

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Cla ss Officer 1,2,3,4; Natio nal Honor Society 3, 4; Phosphors 4 JOHN HOCHWALT

Band I; Intramurals 2; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Sodolity 3, 4 GARY HOERTT

Cheerleoder 4;

G lee Club 3; Photography Club I, 2, 3; Intramura!s I, 3,4; Ba sketball I, 2; F.T.A. 4 DAVID HOWARD

Math Club I; Honor Rolli, 3; Intra mu rals 1,3; Perfect Atten donce 2, 3 MICHAEL HUELSMAN

Perfect Attendonce 3, 4; Ba sketba ll I, 2,3,4

R. SCOTT HUEY Glee Club I; Intramurals 1 DANIEL HUGHES

Intramurols 2,3,4

LARRY HALEY

Footbo ll 1, 3 MARK HANAUER JOHN HARM

Intramurals 1,2,3,4 PATRICK HEFFERNAN

Engineering Club 2; G lee Club 2; Honor Roll 2, 3,4; Intramura ls 2; Sodality 1,4; Library Staff 2; Trock Team 3; Bosketboll Manager 3

I'd rather be dead than a Fred!


GEORGE HUMM Cafeteria Squad I; Engineering Club 1,2; Photography Club 2; Sodal ity 4; Stage Crew 1,2 ,3,4 ; Football I; Track 3; Greenbackers 4

DOUGLAS HUWER I ntramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Baseba ll 1,2,3,4; Ba sketbal l I

JAMES IVORY Glee Club I ; Intramurals 2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Manager Basketball 3, 4; Baseball Manager 2,3,4

WILLIAM JAMES Intramura ls 2, 3

MICHAEL KAPPELER Intramurals I

J. GREG KELLER Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 3; Servers I , 2, 3

EDGAR KERN Glee Club I ; Perfect Attendance 2; Intramura ls 2

GERALD KINDERI'91AN Ban d I; Ph otography Club I

MICHAEL KINGSTON Band I; Intramurals 1,2,3 ; Pe rfect Attendance I, 2

DAVID JEHN Cafeteria Squad I; Math Club I; H ono r Roll 3,4; Perfect Attendance 2, 4; Sodality 4; Speech Club I; Intramurals I

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Stamp Club I; Variety Show I

KENNETH KLEIN Football 1,3; Intramural s 1,2,3,4

JOHN KUCHARSKI Honor Roll 1,2 ; Intramurals 1,2; Perfect Attendance 1,3,4

STEVEN LaFLAME Service Club I; Intramura ls 1,2; Perfect Attendance 2

RONALD LAMBERT Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3; Variety Show 1,2, 3

THOMAS LAURICELLA Dramatics 3; Intramu rals 1, 2,3,4; Sodality 3, 4; Variety Show I ; Footbal l I, 2

THOMAS LAUTERBACH LEO KNIGHT Football Glee Club I; Intramurals 1,4; Class Officer I, 2

DONALD KEOPNICK Glee Club I; Service Club 1,2 ; Intramural s 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,3; Servers 2; Variety Show I

EDWARD JERGENS Bandl,2,3,4; Cafeteria Squad I; Math Club I ; Intramurals 1,4; Stage Cre w I , 2; F.T.A. 4

Band 1,2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club I; Intramurals 1,2,3; Perfect Attendance 3; Newspaper Staff 2; Variety Show 1,3

RICHARD KLECKNER

JOHN JANIS Int.ramurals 1,2,3; Class Officer 1,2,3,4; Sodality 2,3,4; Ba sketba ll I, 2; Football 3, 4 ; Ten nis 2; Basebal l 3, 4

DENNIS KRIEGBAUM

Intramurals I , 2, 3,4; Class Officer 2; Servers 2,3,4; Sodality 3, 4; Footba ll 1,3,4; Track 3, 4

EUGENE LEHMAN MICHAEL LENHOFF Perfect Attendance 3; Newspaper Staff 4; Intramura ls 1,2 ,3,4

FRED KONDROT AS Intramurals 1,2 ; Cla ss Officer 3

JAMES LEWIS Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Ba seba ll 2, 3,4

ROBERT KRACUS RICHARD LINDEMAN

PAUL JOHNSON Intramural s 1,3; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3, 4; Fo~tba ll I

WALTER JONES Intramurals 1,2; Ba seball 2, 3,4

LA WERENCE JUSTICE Intramural s 2

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KENNETH KRAFT Honor Roll I

THEODORE KREUSCH Ta x Stamp Club 3; Intramural s 1,2,3,4

THOMAS KREUSCH Intra murals I, 2, 3, 4 ; Perfect Attendance I; Sodality 3, 4

Service Club I ; Intramurals 1,2,3; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3,4; .

MICHAEL LIST Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance I

JOHN LUCID Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2; Variety Show 1,2,3


ROBERT LUDWIG

Glee Club 2,3,4; Intramurals ',2; PerfeCt Attendance 2; Footba ll' MICHAEL MADDEN

Band " 2, 3, 4; Math Club', 2, 3,4; 'ntramurals " 3, 4; Perfect Attendance', 2, 3,4; Servers' ; Stage Crew " 2; Variety Show; F.T.A. 3, 4; Phosphors 3, 4 THOMAS MANNING

Math Club'; Honor Roll 2, 3; Intramurals ',2, 3,4; Serve rs' ; Annual Staff 4 JON MANGEOT

Band' ; Intramurals I DENNIS MARLOW Intramurals " 2, 3, 4;

Perfect Attendance 4 MICHAEL MARTIN

Glee Club'; Math Club I; Poster Club 2, 3; Intramurals ',2,3,4;

Perfect Attendance 4; Variety Show' DANIEL MASCHINO 'ntramurals 3;

Class Officer 4; F.T.A. 3,4

'ntramurals 4 KENNETH MEIXNER

Intramurals ',3 ,4; Perfect Attendance', 2 ROBERT MERTA

TIMOTHY MASSEY Band' , 2, 3,4;

Perfect Attendance 3; Serve rs 2; Variety Sh ow 3; Intramural s I, 2; F.T.A. 4 THOMAS MAYER Intramurals 3, 4;

Perfect Attendance 4; Class Officer' MICHAEL McCALL

Intramurals ',2,3,4; Jr. Prom Comm ittee 3; C lass Officer', 2, 3,4; Sodality 2, 3,4; Football', 2, 3,4; Trac k 3 ROBERT McCARTHY

Cafeteria Squad '; !ntramurals ' ,2, 3,4; Class Officer', 2; Footbell , MICHAEL McFADDEN F.T.A. 4 DENNIS McGEE

Fa ithful lightman Humm at his batt le statio n.

PATRICK MEHLlCK

Glee Club', 2,.3, 4; Intramurals ',2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 3,4 PATRICK McKENNA

Math Cl ub ' JOHN McKEON

Cafeteria Squad', 2, 3,4; Glee Club', 2, 3; Service Club', 2, 3; Sodality 4; Variety Show'; F.T.A. 4; Phospho rs 4 THOMAS McLAUGHLIN

Glee Club'; Ta x Stamp Club 2; Intra murals 4 ROBERT McGRAVEN

Band ',2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2,3,4; Variety Show'

Perfect Attendance', 2, 3,4 STANLEY MERTZMAN

Hono r Roll'; Intramura ls ',2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Perfect Attendance 3; Class Officer', 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Ba seba ll 2, 3,4; Football', 3,4

MICHAEL MERZ

Cafeteria Squad '; Glee Club'; Math Club', 2; Hono r Roll', 2, 3,4; JCOWA 3, 4; Perfect Attendance' , 4; Class Officer 3; Servers 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Sodality 4; Speech Club', 2, 3, 4; CHS News 2,3,4; Va riety Show'; ' ntramu rals , JAMES METZGER Biology Club 3;

Intramurals ',2,3,4; Football , WALTER MEYER Band ' , 2, 3,4;

Cafete ria Squad 3; Glee Club 3; Variety Show 3 JOHN MIKULA

Cafeteria Squad 2; Intramurals ',2; Jr. Prom Committee 3; 路 Class Officer', 2, 3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Sodality 2, 3,4; CHS News 3, 4; Basketball ', 2, 3, 4 ; Football ' MICHAEL MILLER

Band' ; Ta x Stamp Club' ; 'ntramurals 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance', 3,4; Varsity Manager 2,3,4

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NORMAN MILLER Tax Stamp Club I; Intramural s 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance I; Baske~ba ll 2; Fooi'ball I

EDMUND MINNICK Intramurals 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3

DANIEL MINOGUE Glee Club I; Math Club I; I ntramurals 4; Variety Show I ; F.T.A. 3

JOSEPH MITCHELL Intramurals 1,2,3,4

JOSEPH MONTALTO Glee C lub 2; In t ramurals 1,2; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3

ROBERT MOORE Cafeteria Squad I; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Servers 1, 2,3,4; Speech Club I ; CHS News 2,3,4; Varsity Manager 2,3,4

DONALD MOUGEY Intramurals 1,2 ,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1, 2,3,4; Class Officer 2; Sodality 3, 4; Football 1,2,3,4

JOSEPH MUNDRO Band 1,2,3 ,4 ; Cafeteria Squad I, 2, 3, 4; Math Club I ; Stamp Club I, 2, 3; Servers I, 2; Variety Show 3; Intramurals I

JAMES NELLIS Intramura ls 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2; Class Officer I;

JOSEPH NELLIS Intramurals 1,2,3,4

MARK NEMECEK Monogram 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1.,2,3,4

WILLIAM NEU Biology Club 2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,3,4; Variety Show I; Engineering Club 2; Service Club 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 4; Servers 4

MICHAEL O'CONNELL Perfect Attendance 2,3,4

MICHAEL O'DONNELL Biology Club 2; Glee Club I; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; C lass Officer I, 3,4; Variety Show I; Football 1,2,3,4

Biology Cl ub 2; G lee Club 3, 4; Math Club I; Service Club I, 2, 3

FREDERICK NAAS Biolog y Club 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Math Club I; Service Club I; Variety Show I; Intramurals 2

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DAVID PFLUM Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club I, 3,4 ; Math Club I; Ta x Stamp C lub 2; Perfect Attendance 1,2; Variety Show I

JOHN PICKREL Cafeteria Squad I ; Math Club I; Intramural s 1,2,3,4; Class Officer I, 2, 3,4; Servers I; Speech; Golf Team 3,4

THOMAS POEPPELMEIER I ntramurals I ; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4

GERALD POHL Perfect Attendance 3

RICHARD PORTUNE Band 1,2,3,4 Cafeteria Squad I; Perfect Attendance 2, 3,4; Servers 1,2 ,3; Speech Club I

ROBERT POWELL THOMAS OSTERDAY

Intramural s 1,2,3

Cafeter.ia Squad 3,4; Tax Stamp Club 2; Perfect Attendance I

ROBERT POWERS Cafeteria Squad I; Intramurals 1,2,3

RONALD OVERMAN Phosphors 4; Sodality 4 ; Intram urals 3, 4 ; Greenbackers 4

JAMES PAYNE JACK MURNAHAN

Ta x Stamp Club 2, 3; Biolog y Club 3; Class Officer 2; Servers 2, 3,4; Library Staff 3

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Cheerleaders 4 ; Class Officer I

THOMAS PAYNE I ntramurals I, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm ittee 3; Class Officer 1,2, 3,4; Basketba ll I, 2; Sodality 3

ROBERT PEITZ Intramurals 1,2,3,4;

WILLIAM PRINZ Intram urals 3, 4; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3

MICHAEL PROBST Cafeteria Squad I ; Perfect Attendance I; F.T.A. 3, 4

ROBERT QUATMAN Band 1,2,3,4; Cafeteria Squad I ; Biol ogy C lub 2, 4; Math Club I; Honor Roll 2; Newspaper 3, 4; . Variety Show 1,2; Talent Search 3; . Library Staff 2, 3,4;


F.T.A. 2, 3,4; Chess Tourn. 1, 2,3,4

JOHN RAU Bandl,2,3; BiolocW Club 2, 3; Intramurals 3; Servers I; Library Staff 2; Variety Show 1,2 THOMAS RAVE Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Phosphors 4 MICHAEL REDDEN Band I; Intramura ls 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Squad 1,2,3 ; Sodality I; Variety Show 1,3 JOHN REDICK Intra murals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance I, 2 DONALD REINHARD Cafeteria Squad I; Math Club I; Intramurals 1,2 ; Perfect Attendance I, 2 JAMES RICHARDS Band2 ,3; Intramurals 3; Speech 2; Variety Show 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; National Honor Society 4 THOMAS RIEGER Intramu ra ls I; Class Officer 2; Sodality 4 MICHAEL RILEY RICHARD RINALDO Cafeteria Squad I; Math Club I; Intramurals 2,3; Newspaper 2, 3, 4 ; Speech Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 4 DAVID RODERER Coin Club I, 2 THOMAS . ROSATO Cheerleader I; Intramurals 1,2, 3; Perfect Attendance 1,2;

C lass Officer 1,2,3 ,4; Football 2, 3, 4

Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 4; Class Officer 2

WALTER RUBIN DE CELIS Glee Club 4; Ho nor Roll 4; Sodality 4

SCOTT SCHIPPER Intramurals 2

JOHN RUBLE In tramurals 1,3,4

JOHN SCHLEMAN Math Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2, 4; Perfect Attendance 2, 4

CHARLES RUEMPING Intra murals 2, 4 MIKE RUSSELL Band 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3, 4; Pe rfect Attendance 2,3; Variety Show 1,2 ROBERT RYAN Cafeteria Squad I; Poster Club 2, 3; Intramurals 2,3; Pe rfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Servers I ; Newspaper 2, 3; Library Staff 2; Variety Show 2 THOMAS B. RYAN THOMAS K. RYAN Glee Club I; Intramu rals I, 2, 3; Variety Show I; Sodality I VINCENT SACKSTEDER Biology Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club I, 2, 3,4; Math Club 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; JCOWA 3, 4; Pho sphors 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 ; Sodality 4; Speech Club I, 2; Variety Show I JAMES SAETTEL Intramurals 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,4; Cla ss Officer 3, 4; Sodality 1,2,3,4; Variety Show I; Bas ketbal l 2; Football 1,2,3 ,4; Track 3; Monogram Club 4 JAMES SAGE Cafeteria Squad 3,4; Biolog y Cl ub 2 JAMES SPARKS Math Club I;

MICHAEL SCHLEGEL PAUL SCHNEIDER Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Manager 2 THOMAS SCHNEIDER In tramurals 1,2,3,4; Pe rfect Attendance 1,2,3,4 MICHAEL SCHOENBERGER Cafeteria Squad I; Biology Club 2; Perfect Attendance I; Speech Club I WILLIAM SCHOTTELKOTTE Cafeteria Squad I; Engineering 1,2,3,4; Math Club I; Honor Rol! I, 2, 3. 4; Perfect Attendance I THOMAS SCHRAMM Cafeteria Squad 2; Tax Stamp Club 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3,4 RALPH SCHULTZ Intramura ls 3, 4 RICHARD SCHWARTZENTRUBER Jr. Prom Committee 3; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Soda lity 3, 4; Va riety Show I, 3 ROBERT SEARCH Cafeteria Squad 1,2 ,3,4; En gineering Club 2,3,4; Po stage Stamp Club 2; Sodality 4; Trac k Te am 3,4; Servers 2 EDWARD SEIBERT Intramurals I; Perfe ct Attendance 2, 3,4 JOSEPH SEIFERT Intramurals I, 2, 3; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4; Newspaper I, 2, 3; Footba ll I

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WILLIAM SELL Intramurals 1,2,3,4 WILLIAM SHEARER JCOWA 3, 4 TIMOTHY SILBEREIS Glee Club 2, 3, 4 JAMES SIMS Glee Club I; Math Club 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Variety Show I; Tenn is Team 3,4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Class Officer I, 2, 3, 4 JOSEPH SINKWITZ Band 2, 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,3,4; Variety Show 1,2,3; Intramurals 3 WILLIAM SLINGER Math Club I; Phosphors 3, 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,4; Sodality 4 RAYMOND SMITH Biology Club 2; Math Club 1,2; Intramura ls 1,3,4; .Sodality 2,3,4; Speech Club 1,2; Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4; Footba ll 3, 4; Tra ck Team 3, 4; Monogram Club 4; Class Officer 4 THOMAS SMITH Postage Stamp Club I; Sodality I; Intram urals 2,3; Bu siness Club 4 DALE SNURR Intramural s 1,4; Pe rfect Attendance 4; KARELD SOLOMON Intramurals 1,2,3,4

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FRANK SPOLRICH Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 3; Cla ss Officer 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 4 ROBERT STAKER Bi ology Club 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2; Perfect Attendance I, 2, J,4; Class Officer 2; National Honor Society 4; Sodality 4; Trac k Team 3, 4; 路 Cross Cou ntry 3, 4; Monogram Club 4 THOMAS STANGLE Intramu ral s 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 3; Sodality 3, 4; Football 1,2, 3,4; Monogram Club 3, 4;

F.TA 3 JAMES STEELE Intramurals 2; Perfect Attendance I; Football I THOMAS STEINER Cafeteria Squad I; Math Club I; Honor Roll 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Perfect Attendance 3; Class Officer 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Sodality I, 2, 3,4; Speech Club 1,2; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Newspaper 2, 3,4 MARK STELZER Math Club I; Intra murals 3; Greenbackers 4; Perfect Attendance 1,4 WILLIAM STRUCK Intramural s 3; Perfect Attendance I; Class Officer I, 2; Servers I; Talent Show I, 2, 3 WILLIAM SULIVAN Intramurals 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2; Servers 2, 3 DANIEL SULLIVAN Math Club I;

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 4; Speech Club I GARY SWARTZBAUGH Math Club I; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Speech Club I; National Honor Society 4; Sodality 4; Greenbackers 4 DALE TANGEMAN Intramurals 2,3,4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Class Officer 2, 4 ROBERT THIEN Band 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2; Perfect A ttenda nce 3, 4; Variety Show I JAMES D. THOMAS Intramurals I, 2, 3,4; Perfect Attendance I, 3 JAMES W. THOMAS Intramurals I, 3; Perfect Attendance I, 2 HAROLD TOMPSON Band I; Poster Club 2; Intramurals 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 2; Speech Club 2 THOMAS TISCHER Cafeteria Squad I; Honor Roll I; Intramurals 1,2,3,4 WILLIAM TOBIAS Cafeteria Squad I; Math Club I; Phosphors 3, 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Class Officer 1,2 ; National Honor Society 3, 4; Sodality 1,3,4; Chess Club 4 DAVID TOLLE Perfect Attendance 2 MICHAEL TOOMBS Sodality 3, 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Golf I, 2, 3,4; Honor Roll I, 2, 3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Intramurals 4;


Class Officer 4; Yearbook Staff 2; Phosphors 3, 4; Band 1,2 WILLIAM TREY

PSSC 4; Intramurals 1,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2; Sodality 4; EAGLE Staff 4 DONALD TRICK

Libra ry Staff 2; Intra murals 3

MICHAEL WACHDORF JOHN WALLING

Cafeteria Squad I, 2, 3,4; Biolog y Club 2,3,4; Glee Club I; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Perfect Attendance I, 4; Servers 2,3,4; Sodality I; Stage Crew 2; Variety Show I; F.T.A. 3, 4 STEPHEN WALTER

GERALD TRICK

Intramurals I, 2,4; Football 1,2; Class Officer 3 RONALD TRICK

Intramurals 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3; Sodality 4; Greenbackers 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4

Cafeteria Squad I; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Intramural s 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Servers I, 2, 3; Phospho rs 3, 4; Photography Club 4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3; EAGLE Staff 4 DANIEL WATKINS

Poster Club 2, 3; Intramurals 1,2,3

DENNIS TURNER

Cafeteria Squad I; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance I; Intra murals I; Chess Club 4 HARRY TURNER

Band I; Cafeteria Squad I; Tax Stamp Club 2; Honor Roll I; Intramurals 1,2; Class Officer I; Variety Show I; Tennis 1,2,3, 4

JAMES WATSON

Intramural s 3, 4; Varsity Manager 3

JEROME VAN RIPER

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 3 JAMES VINCENT

Biolog y Club 2; Tax Stamp Club 2; Servers I, 3; F.T.A. 3; Phosphors 4 TIM VOGEL

Poster Club 2; Intramurals 1,2,3; Perfect Attendance I

JAMES WEST

Intramura ls 1,2,3,4; Perfect A Henda nce I, 2, 3; Class Officer 2; Football I EDWARD WILDENHAUS

Intramura ls 1,2 ,3 ,4; Perfect Attendance 2; Class Officer I, 2, 3, 4; Sodality 2, 3, 4; Ba seball 2, 4; Basketball I; Footba ll 1,2,3,4 THOMAS WILL

Cafeteria Squad 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Dramatics 2, 3; JCOWA 3; Perfect Attendan ce 3; Server 1,3; Speech C lub 2, 3, 4; CHS News 3; Intramurals 2, 4 JAMES WILSON

Biology Club 2; Service Club I; JCOWA 3; Perfect .Attendance I, 2,4; Intramurals 2

THOMAS WECKESSER

Math C lub I; Tax Stamp Club 2, 3; Honor Roll 1,2 ; Intramurals 1,2 ,3,4; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3,4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Class Officer 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Sodality I; Basketball I, 2; F.T.A. 3, 4

FRANK VACCHIANO

Perfect Attendance 4 ; Phospho rs 4; Language Cl ub 4

Speech Club I; F.T.A. 3, 4

JAMES WELLER

Intramurals I, 2, 3,4; Perfect Attendance 2, 4; Sodality 4; Variety Show I; Ba sketball I; Football 2, 3,4 MICHAEL WENGER

Stamp Club I; ' CHS News 1,2 GERALD WENNER

Cafeteria Squad I; Math Club I; Honor Roll 1, 2; Intramurals 1,2,3; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; National Honor Society 3, 4;

WILLIAM WOLFF

Perfect Attendance I EDWARD WORTHINGTON

Intramurals 2 DONALD YANTIS

Perfect Attendance 1,2,3,4 DAVID YORK

Poster Club 3; Tax Stamp Club 2; Intramura ls 3, 4 DONALD ZERKEL

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 3; Class Officer 2 PETER ZIEROLF

Cafeteria Squad I; Engineering Club 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Servers I MICHAEL ZIMMERLE

Intramurals 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance I THOMAS ZIMMERMAN

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PERSONAL PATRONS AAH-OOO-GAAH Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Abs Miss Lily Abs Minnie Adams A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Graduate of '39 Air City Athletic Lettering Air City Wine Store Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Albers Mr. and Mrs. H. Albers Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Allen Robert L. Allen Louis T. Almasy AI's Barber Shop AI's Used Cars Marie K. Aman Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ames Gary Anderson Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Anderson Roy Anderson Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Andrews The Andruskewicz Family Anita and Tom Squirrels Anonymous Francis M. Anthony St. Anthony Teen Club A Patron Mr. Stephen J. Aponyi Theodore J. Aponyi '42 Atomic Bar Mr. Theodore Attalla, Sr.

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Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Babalis Tom Bachey Mrs. Carl Bader Harry Baker, Jr. Helen Baker W. J. Baker Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ballman Mrs. Hubert Barga B. and P. Barbers 路 Complete Barber Service Bernard J. Barhorst Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baumer Mrs. Daniel E. Bayham Mr. and Mrs. J. Bedrowsky Beeber Drugs Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Beeker Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Beigal Bella's Market Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Belme Mr. and Mrs. S. Bensman Dr. Robert R. Benson Ann Berberich Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Berens Mr. and Mrs. A. Berkemeier Bertha, Your Friend Mr. and Mrs. C. Besanceny Erv. Besch Best Stores Bird Cage Bar Bird's Dry Cleaning Big Top Toy Shop Kay Blanchard William F. Blanford Blue Chip Tavern Mrs. William Blum Bob's Carry Out Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bodiker Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Boehmer Mr. and Mrs. W. Boesch Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bohman Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bohse Arthur B. Bok, D. O. Mr. and Mrs. W. Boland Dave Boland (59) Mrs. Rose Bonfig Amicus Bonus Bowman's Funeral Chapel Mrs. Albert Braegger

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bramlage Mr. and Mrs. W. Branch Brandt Hardware Co. Mr. and Mrs. R. Bremer Richard F. Brennan Carolyn Brewer Clarence W. Brewer Louis Brewer Mr. and Mrs. R. Brinkman Mr. and Mrs J. Brockman Mr and Mrs. John Broms Mike Brown '64 Hezzie Browning Bucky Bisons Gertuoe Bucher-ATTY. Harry B. Buechele Lawrence Buedel Bill Buehrle Royal Builders Bullwinkle the Moose Wm. H. Burde Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Burkard J. H. Burkel! Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burkardt Burrey's Delicatessen Raymond C. Butz Harry E. Buzzard Dr. W. L. Byrd, D. D. S. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Caperna Mr. G. Caplick Mr. and Mrs. G. Caporal, Jr. Sarah Anne Carey Edward J. Carey Judge and Mrs. R. L. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Casey Catalpa Club Walter Rubin de Celis Chaminade F. T. A. Mr. and Mrs. U. Chappie Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Chmielewski Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Christie Doctor and Mrs. W. Clark Mr. and Mrs. James T. Cline Harold C. Coberly Carl C. Coblentz Donald P. Cochran Family John Linn Cochran III . John Linn Cochran, Jr.


The J. Linn Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Joe Colgan Colonial Flowers Michael Condy Ralph J. Condy Congratulations Congratulations, CHS Football . Congratulations, Class of '63 Congratulations from 2-J The Contours Mr. James Cooper Thomas G. Cotter Laurence W. Creamer Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Creamer Crescent Printing Co. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cronin Mr. and Mrs. J. Cronin, Jr. Richard Cronin Cross Rds. Auto Service Regina Csipar Joseph A. Cwiok Czar Alumnus of 60-61 Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dahm Mr. Walter Dahm Vince Daly Dan's Party Supply Robert E. Darner James L. Davis Leonard J. Davis '33 Richard Davis Stanley W. Davis Dayton X-Ray Co. Mrs. Verdia Dean Dr. Daniel DeBard Dr. R. M. DeBard Robert A. Deger Pvt. R. J. Deger, USMR Alma L. Deis Tony D'Elia '63 Mr. and Mrs. L. Delzeith, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Delzeith Howard A. Denney Mrs. Dan DiChito Mr. and Mrs. AI Didier Bob and Joy Dierker Helen Dierkers William Dietrich, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. U. J. DiPucci Ft. McKinley Distributors Don's Pharmacy

Count Dorm Mr. and Mrs. R. Dornbusch William Doyle Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Ducey Mrs. Leo M. Dove Duell Flower Shop P. J. Duffy Gene J. Dumm Harold Dumm Mr. and Mrs. John Dusak Mrs. R. L. Dustman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Ebbing Walter J. Eckert Eddie's Service Station Eight Julienne Girls J. J. Eilers, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Eisen Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Eisen, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Epps Mr. Frank Essman Lee C. Falke Famous Furniture Farm Mr. and Mrs. C. Farkas Etta Mae Farrar Dr. Neil C. Farrell Father of Two CHS Boys Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Felfoldi Mr. and Mrs. R. Fiely Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fitzgrld. Mr. and Mrs. Fitzharris Tom Fisher ('61) Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fishter Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Flamm Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Fletcher Elizabeth Fogarasi Mrs. Dorothy Flick (Miss) Angela Foley Ford's Sohio Service Mrs. J. W. Frank Mr. and Mrs. G. Freiberger Friend Friend From a Friend Fruehauf Trailer Co. Richard E. Fulwiler Cosmo Furd Colonial Gardens Mrs. Bernadine Garman Mr. and Mrs. W. Garman Mrs. Floyd H. Gates Thomas H. Gates "39"

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Geiger Robert Gelhaus Ed P. Geraghty '47 O. J. Gerling, Ins. Joseph C. Giambrone Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Gibson Bill Gilman James J. Ginn C. E. Gitzinger John F. Gitzinger N. J. Gitzinger Nick Gitzinger Irvin E. Goecke The Goeke Family Mr. and Mrs. Urban J. Goeke Goke's Tavern Katherine L. Goldkamp Good Luck Good Luck: . Good Luck Go To Eastview Miss Sharon K. Graham Grandma Mr. and Mrs. B. Griffin Grismer Tire Co. Mrs. Frank Groszos Mr. and Mrs. V. Grusenmeyer A. C. Hadley Printing Mr. and Mrs. F. Haer, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hamden Hamilton and Son Service Station H & S Shell Station Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hanus Doh F. Harker, //I A. Cynthia Harkins Charles S. Heck, Co. Recorder Joe G. Heck Mr. and Mrs. Mathias H. Heck Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Heckel Heier's Farm Market Mr. Andrew Heiser, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Heiser Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heiser Theresa Heiser Mr. and Mrs. R. Hemelgarn Kenneth W. Hemmelgarn Roger D. Herron Hertz Rent-A-Truck Robert J. Hickey Dwight L. Hilgeford Lee J. Hilgeford 163


Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hill Harriet Hill Cy Hochwalt Mr. Don Hochwalt Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hollencamp Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Holycross Mrs. C. Holzinger Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Homan Colleen A. Horrigan John S. Horrigan Thomas Horrigan Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Horstman Everett H. Howard Land B Hdwe. Mrs. Frederika Huber Mr. and Mrs. R. Huber Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Humm Chuck Hurd Marvin Hutchins Margaret L. Hyer Interntl. Telephone Operators Irvin's Sohio Service Dr. and Mrs. F. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. J. Jackson St. James Bake Sale Jan and Jack J and H Market J C Barber Shop Henry Jergens Jerry's Barber Shop Joe's Shoe Repair Shop Martha Johnson Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Jones Vera Joseph Joe R. Kaminski "53" Kapnas Market Best From Kasanova's Anna Kastle Marie Kastle Benedict A. Kausal Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kavanaugh Miss Bessis Keating Miss Edna Keating Miss Marie Keating Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keifer Mrs. Laura Keller Vincent Kelly Mary Lynn Kemper A. F. Kenyon William Kenzik AI G. Kertesz, Jr. 164

AI G. Kertesz, Jr. Thomas J. Keyes, Esq. Tom Joseph Keyes, Esq. Joe Kielbaso Elayne and John Kimble "59" Mr. and Mrs. C. Kinzeler Richard N. Kirk Vinton C. Kirk Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kleiner Mr. and Mrs. K. Koehler Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Koogler Mr. and Mrs. A. Koory Mr. and Mrs. W. Korte Dr. and Mrs. N. L. Kosater Butch and Cris Kovacs Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kovacs Mr. John Kovacs, Sr. John Francis Kovacs Mr. and Mrs. L. Kovacs Miss Irene Kotzeff Sandy Kozlowski Mr. and Mrs. W . .Kozloski Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Kramer William E. Kramer Charlotte Krencik Mr. and Mrs. R. Krieg baum Mr. Fred Krumholtz Mr. Fred M. Krumholtz Paul Kud elka C. P. Kuebler C. Kuntz Party Supply Kwik Speed Corporation Land R Auto Supply Co. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Lange Lester W. Lauterbach Lawson's Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ledinsky Mr. and Mrs. E. J . Leen Major and Mrs. Lenhoff George Lessis Liberty T. V. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Lienesh John C. Lieser Robert W. Lipp, Sr. Mr. Alex Lippert List Family Sara F. List Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lively Richard J. Loges '39 Louberts Stationers, Inc. Harriet B. Lubbers John F. Lucus Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Ludwig The Lumber Mart, Inc. Mr. Ca rl L. Luneke, Sr.

Harold Lyle James M. Mack Mrs. William J. Madden Mr. and Mrs. A. Mader Bernard V. Mahle (1952) Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Makley Jackson's Marine Markey Bar and Carry Out Marlow Foodliner Mr. and Mrs. John Marsh Miss Marshall John Marshall Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Massey Mr. and Mrs. J. Matt Miss Linda Mattes Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mayer, Sr. F. E. McBride Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McClain W. J. McCullough Malcolm D. McDonald Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McGreevy Barbara L. McGuire Mr. and Mrs. V. Mcintyre Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Meacham Mehaffie's Pie Co. Mrs. Magdalena Meirose Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Melick, Sr. Miami Hdwe. and App. Co. Miami Bread Drivers Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Miller The Miller Family Mr. and Mrs. Joe Minham and Family Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Minnerup Eugene M. Mitchell Eugene M. Mitchell Eugene M. Mitchell Eugene M. Mitchell Eugene M. Mitchell Richard P. Moon, M.D. Mrs. William J. Mooney Luella J. Morison Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mougey Miss Sue Mougey Dr. Lester G. Mullens Jack Murphy Marcella Murphy Mr. and Mrs. R. Musselman The Muto Family Neal Ave. Market Mr. and Mrs. J. Neal Mr. D. Nellis Tony Noreikas Northa Noble North Dayton Auto Wash North Dayton Wine Store


Northside Furniture Co. John 'Offenbacker Mr. Edward O'Hearn Ohio Plate Glass Co. Miss Alice Ohmer Opalis Salon of Beauty Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Orf The Unknown Packrat Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Palcic John Papla Pappy's Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Parker Elwood Parsons Pastime Lanes Florence E. Patko John F. Patko Robert M. Payne Mrs. R. M. Payne Vivian Pawley Peerless Electric Div; Joe Petkus Realty St. Peters Teen Club Mrs. H. A. Petrie Pickett's Market Pickrel Bros., Inc. John Pickrel Mr. and Mrs. K.. K.. I"'ierron Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pingitore Mrs. Leonard Pitt Mr. and Mrs. A. W . Plummer Mr. and Mrs. John Podojak, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Podojak, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pohl Jerry Pohl Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Probst Mr. and Mrs. O. J . Pung Mr. and Mrs. L. Raab Mr. and Mrs. W. Rafferty Mrs. Geo. Ramby Lawrence H. Rammel Mr. Charles J. Rauch H. Rasper Sign Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rawicz Raymond Hair Stylists Ray's Texaco Service Ready Mixed Corporation Mrs. Ann Recker Red Horse Motor Inn Gregory Reed '65 Lillian M. Reed R. and L. Reichert Edward Renick The Richard's Family Rick and Joe's Big Sister "Betty-Boop" Riley ..

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Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Riley Edward Roberts Terry Roberts Mr. E. Robertson Mr. C. J . Roessler Mr. Karl C. Roessler Roll's Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Romanoski The Romer Family Schwenkel Roofing Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rose, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosenbgr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Rosenberger Mr. and Mrs. R. Rosengarten Th eresa Ross Mr. and Mrs. R. Rounds Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rounds Dr. and Mrs. Roy Rounds Wilbur A. Rowe John Ruble Miss Martha Ruble Mr. and Mrs. A. Rudzinski Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Ruhl Mr. and Mrs. Ted J. Ryan V. E. Sacksteder III Norma Saettel r· I I A •• urs . .:>alael anaI f\ssoclates Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sawaya William J. Sawaya Mrs. Sally A. Sawyer Henry J. Schaff Raymond J. Schaaf Robert C. Schamel, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Schelhas Hank Schenck Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Scheper Mr. Elmo Schieble Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Schierloh Elmer J . Schirmer Gerald N. Schirmer-1953 William Schirmer Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Schirtzinger Eileen Schmidt M. and C. Schneider Mr. and Mrs: Robert Schoenberger Schoenberger's Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Schoonover Schott Plumbing Mr. F. A. Schopler J . C. Schumacher, M.D. Capt. J . R. Schwab '51 Scrap, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. H. U. Seabrook Rev. Fr. J. I. Seaman Bob. Selz 1'"'\

Sesame Club V. M. Shampton , M.D. Norma Sharky T. B. Sharkey Mr. and Mrs. S. Sherer Dave and Sherril Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sherwell Mrs. Bud Shewmon Shiloh Pharmacy Dr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Shine Irvin Shingledecker The Siehl Family The Siewe Family Joseph Simon Sr. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Simons Charles F. Sipe Mr. and Mrs. W . Sipes Mr. and Mrs. Steve Skapik Dr. and Mrs. J. Slutzky Mr. and Mrs. Charles Small Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith David L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. John A. Smith Oliver B. Smith Snyder's Radio and TV Service Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sopcisak Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Soter, Jr . William A. Soter Nick Sparaco Larry Spatz Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Spevacek Lewis E. Spidel Mr. and Mrs. M. Sprowl Wayne W. Stamm Virgil L. Staup Mr. and Mrs. S. J . Stein Joe Steinbrunner The Stem Family The C. N. Stemper Co. Miss Helen Stenglein Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Stoler, Sr. Dr. H. C. Stratton Strhle's Shoe Repair Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Struck John Struffer Frances L. Sucher Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Sucher Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Sullivan Edward J. Sullivan Elizabeth M. Sullivan Mr. J. J. Sullivan Tim Sullivan "62" Ted Suman Radio and TV Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sweezy Everett Sweny and Family 165


Terrace Super Market Louis A. Thacker Paul E. Thien Fred Thomas Harold C. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas James D. Thomas E. J. Thomeczek Mr. Albert Thompson Frank F. Tipton Thomas Tischer Dr. Russell L. Toops Donald C. Topp (1956) Townuue Resturant Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Trainor Triangle Club Clarence and Joe Trick Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tullis Dennis J. Turner Mr. and Mrs. J. Turner, Sr. Mrs. Robert Unverferth Capt. and Mrs. E. M. Valerie Valley Auto Parts Mr. and Mrs. W. VanAtta Mr. and Mrs. C. VanRiper Jerry VanRiper-1963 Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Varley Louis Vassy Mr. Charles L. Vehorn John A. Ventura Village Inn N. J. Vincent Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Voelkl Mr. and Mrs. B. Voelkl Mr. and Mrs. F. Wachdorf

Michael F. Wachdorf Mary C. Waitzman Walker Paint and Glass Walker's Shiloh Texaco Charlotte M. Ward Steve Wassenich Daniel E. Watkins Mrs. Emma Weaver Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Weaver Hank Webendorfer Louis C. Weber Edward J. Weckesser Richard J. Weckesser Robert B. Wehrman Paul Weiffenbach Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weinert Mr. and Mrs. Weisser Tom Weisser Jim (Rock) Weller '63 Alvin F. Wellmeier Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wellmeier Mr. and Mrs. Roger Welsh Wes Point Cafe Carol West Dora Wertz Herbert E. Whalen, Jr. Mrs. Alma Wheeler Frank Whetzel Mr. and Mrs. K. E. White Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Whitesel Edward Wildenhaus Edward J. Wildenhaus Linus Wildenhaus T. J. Wildenhaus John J. Wilke Class of '38

James A. Will Family Tom Williams "38" Howard L. Wingerter Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Wittman Woeste Electric Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woeste Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wolfe William H. Wolff Paul C. Wood William N. Woodall Woodlane Music Center Dick, Jim, John, Woody "63" V. J. Wuerstl The W. W. C. D., LTD Christina Wright Mr. William Wysinski Mrs. Wm. J. Wysinski Steve Yadloski Mr. and Mrs. Jim Yance Yea Julienne George and Audrey Young Mr. Faris Zaidain Edward Zapatony Mr. and Mrs. Adam V. Zengel John A. Zen gel Peter D. Zieroff Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zimmer James E. Zimmer Mr. Robert L. Zimmerle John A. Zimmerman Tom Zimmerman Builder Dr. and Mrs. William H. Zink Mr. and Mrs. T. Zmijewski Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Zuhl

, Would you believe it-our '62-'63 Cafeteria Corps prepared 200 miles of hot dogs???

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BUSINESS PATRONS A CARRY OUT 800 Wyoming St. 252-4222

DRAYER MOTOR SALES 12 E. Linden Ave. 866-2231

AIR CITY DISTRIBUTING CO. 31 S. Beckel St. 224-8321

DUNKELBARGER'S SHOES AND LUGGAGE Miracle Lane Shopping Center 277-2411

MR. JOHN ANDREWS 2919 Whittier Avenue CL 3-6486

EARL'S PURE O IL SERVICE I 120 East Stroop AX 3-0255

ADAM BALLMANN'S SONS 2159 Valley St. BE 3-5022

ECONOMY LINEN AND TOWEL, INC. 71 I S. Ludlow BA 8-544 1

C. OSCAR BEIGEL "JEWELER" 505 Xenia Ave. 252-2631

FAETA'S COTTAGES AND TRAILER PARK RR #1, Lakeview, Ohio (Indian Lake) 842-3166

BILL'S MARATHON STATION 414 S. Patterson Blvd. 223-0838

FINCH CHAIR RENTAL 204 Haynes CL 2-4440

BLUE NOTE MUSIC CENTER 4897 N. Dixie Drive 278-1192

FIX-IT-YOURSELF TOOL RENTAL, INC. 1206 Brown St. , Dayton BA 8-1521

BRINKMAN TOOL AND DIE, INC. 325 Kiser St. BA 2- 1171

K. M. FRAME, CONSTRUCTION 475 1 N. Main St. CR 8-4756

CARLIN GULF SERVICE 2911 Salem Ave. 277-7562

L. C. GEORGE CO. 2 11 Warren St. BA 6-2396

COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND

GETTYSBURGH FOOD CENTER 2198 Gettysburg Ave. CR 4-2921

HILLCREST FARM Clarksville, Ohio JOHNSON-SABATINO, INC. 129 S. Ludlow Street 224-9853 DR. WILBUR E. JOHNSTON

COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND DELVIEW MARKET 305 Delaware Ave. CR 5-5611

G IFT FAIR 2412 S. Smithville Road CL 6-6681

KEMP ROAD GRAVEL PIT 6819 Kemp Road CH 4-0341 Res. C I 3-9593 MRS. E. J. KRIEGBAUM 1035 Croyden Drive CL 6-8750 LARRY'S BARBER SHOP 601 Watervliet Ave. Good Luck, Seniors MAHLE'S BAR 1221 Wyoming St. CL 2-677 1 MEYER'S MEAT SHOPS 40 i 5 Far Hiiis and 23 Park Ave. AX 3-2147 MODERN MARKET FIXTURES, INC . I I 17 E. Third St. 228-41 11 NATIONAL PRODUCTION SERVICES 1624 S. Brown S+. BA 2-8671 NORTH DAYTON JEWELRY 419 Troy St. BA 4-9684 OAKWOOD DRUGS 22 Park Ave. AX 8-1341

N. J. DIX AND SONS 160 I Chapel St. BA 3-8004

GONDERT AND LlENESCH, INC. 29 Wayne Ave. 223 -8113

OWEN'S MARKET COMPANY 3613 N. Main St. 278-5758

DIXIE PARTY SUPPLY 6232 North Dixie CR 8-1931

MR. AND MRS. JOHN GORMAN Old Salem CR 4-6040

PARK CONCESSIONS Triangle Park and Kettering Field

DORFMAN'S PLAZA "66" SERVICE 280 I Philadelphia Drive CR 8-4285

HILL'S PHARMACY 19 N. Main St. TU 5-2152 (Centerville)

A and M PETKUS REALTY, INC. 1017 Gerard St. 222-5607

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REYNOLDS TYPEWRITER CO. 910 Saint Nicholas Ave. CL 3-6563

CARL SEALS BARBER SHOP 515 Neal Ave. CR 4-7223

A. STEINBRUNNER SERVICE STATION 2300 W. Third St. 263-9641

RIVERDALE ICE AND BEER CO. 3513 N. Main St. 275-4768

SEP'S MOBIL SERVICE 4101 Salem Ave. CR 4-0120

TOUCHDOWN CLUB 1427 Arbor Ave. CL 3-3251 or AX 8-1033

RIVERDALE PHARMACY 301 Delaware Ave. CR 4-9662

SHILLITO REALTY 319 Hillway Drive 277-3678

VERNON SHOES, INC. 2106 Miracle Lane 277-7801

ROBBINS HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. 100 Floyd Ave. CR 4-8749

AL SIEWE AUTO SALES 3120 W. Third St. AM 3-2644

A. J. WASMUTH, INSURANCE I Knox Ave. at W. Third

ROSE'S BARBER SHOP 4726 S. Dixie Drive

SIGMA THEATRE 924 Brown St. 223-1022

THE WATKINS FAMILY 4063 Larkspur Drive CR 5-8607

SCHOENBERGER'S PHARMACY 555 Salem Ave. 275-1147

SLIM ROYSTON'S BARBER SHOP 2800 Linden Ave.

WEIMER FENCE SERVICE, INC. 4700 Springfield Drive CL 3-6158

853-5354

SPECIAL SERVICE DELIVERY OF DAYTON 410 S. Jefferson St. 222-4482

SOL SCHULTZ AND CO., INC. 209 S. Jefferson St. 224-5618

WINE CELLAR 1139 Brown St. BA 8-2543

____________________~------------------~L Congratulations OPTICIANS

Prescription Eyewear Contact Lenses Vicon Hearing Instrument

Best Wishes and Good Luck

to the GRADUATING SENIORS of 1963

Congratulations to the CLASS OF '63

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BA 2-2834

Back Row: Jo~n Raly, Dave Lucid , Bill Brucken . Middle Row: Nanc ~cke, KSue Gerger, Marlene Humpert, Rosemary Gray, Marsha Kimbl:' a ry nopp. Front Row: Ed Schmidt, Ralph Schneider, Bob Neuman.

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What is America's Greatest Natural Resource?

IT'S PEOPLE! And our greatest untapped resou rce is that quali ty in a man wh ich wil l not permit him to do less than his best at any time. The forward progress of Ame rica depe nds upon intelligent people, cultivated and developed in ou r school system. Your diploma is your first mi lestone on an eventful journey toward larger responsibilities in the caree r of your choice. Whatever your persona l goal in life may be, you will always want to live up to the high ideals deve loped during your years at Chaminade Hig h School.

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YOU'LL FIND WHITE VILLA FROZEN FOODS THE WORLD'S FINEST

TRULY ONE OF AMERICA'S OUTSTANDING RESTAURANTS

McCOOK BOWL Keowee at Leo

Catering to the Gourmet Private Dining Rooms Available for Parties

PHONE 222-6771

BA 4-7686

44 Automatic Lanes in a Row Without a Post Special Rates for Students Air Conditioned Free Parking Pro-Shop

free dinner parking (2 hours) after 5 PM indoors at Kinney Garage next door

KING COLE

Bowling Balls Drilled While You Wait

OPEN DAILY 9:00 A.M. till 2:30 A.M.

Second and Ludlow

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T. E. DUNLEVEY & SON

Plumbing & Heating

OVER 60 YEARS

BELL OPTICAL LABORATORY

Service Limited to Professional Eye Doctors

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Congratulations Seniors

Congratulations to the Class of 163

KREUSCH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY

BA 4-7646 Residential and Apartment

ST. ALBERT THE GREAT TEEN-CLUB

Building

IIJohnny Walker Has The Best Buys I n Every Price And Size ll

Congratulations Class of 163

MERCURY MONTEREY

METEOR

COMET

LINCOLN CONTINENTAL

WALKER MOTOR SALES INC.

LAUGHTER CORP. DAYTON 1 OHIO

864 N. MAIN ST.

Next to Suttmillers

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Far Hills Florist Gift Shop

Congratulations, Class of '63

OTTO G. HUBER Insurance Service 2515 Far Hills

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298-9551

349 W. First BA 4-9688

Tom '47

MARLOW TREE CO.

C. W. ZIMMERMAN, INC.

CR 4-8612

Builders of Better

Denny '63

Homes in

Dave '65

Miriam Acres

Tom '69

Kettering

Compliments of

GEO. A. PFLAUM PUBLISHER, INC.

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The Best Power Mower Made

SODALITY TEEN CLUB

Congratulations to the C lass

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Reels

Rotaries

Congratulations to the Class

of '63

Riders

Power Handles

KUNTZ'S CAFETERIA AND CATERING CAFETERIA

OUR LADY OF MERCY TEEN CLUB

1225 Troy St.

CATERING 223-4178

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William Furst

THE CENTRAL PLUMBING COMPANY

Hugo Furst

"Say It With Flowers"

FURST THE FLORIST For the Finest in Flowers for All Occasions 1306 North Troy Street William Furst, Jr.

BA 3-6781 Class of '56

RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL PLUMBING

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HEATING

MELODY T.V. & APPLIANCE, INC. 12 Kammer Ave.

AM 8-1661

3016 East Third St. 3820 North Dixie Dayton, Ohio

LEE HILGEFORD AUTO SALES, INC.

PRETZELS

Keowee and Webster Streets SA 2-7443

IMPERIAL

CHRYSLER

PLYMOUTH

Quality Used Cars SALES AND SERVICE

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POTATO CHIPS KORN KURLS

Phone 253-6731 1700 East First Street Dayton 3, Ohio


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REID'S PHARMACY

LYONS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO.

Cor. Riverview and N. Broadway BA 6-3679 Free Delivery

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND SUPPLIES

We Appreciate Your Business

800 N. Main St. Dayton 5, Ohio PHONE 224-6561

Real Estate

BOGAN-MAYFLOWER

BROKER

PHONE 253-3162

541 Carrlands Drive Kettering 29, Ohio AX 3-7582

All the New Styles for Young Men Sport Coats-Suburbans-Car Coats-Suits-Hats Shirts-Top Coats-Jackets-Slacks-and Furnishings

4 FAMOUS

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RAY H. PAYNE

1827 Woodman

Clothing Company

STORES

1112- 11 22 West 3rd Street Van Buren Shopping Center Fairborn Plaza Shopping Center Wilmington Plaza Shopping Center

RICHARD A. EVANS PLUMBING Complete Plumbing Service 128 Swallow Dr.

275-0048

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RICHARD WESTON Schools of Beauty Culture

OLDSMOBILE MER CEDES-BENZ TRIUMPH VOLVO -

Midwest's Leading Beauty Schools The Place to Send Mothers, Sisters, and Sweethearts to Have Their Hair Done

DAYTON

124 E. Third St. 222-4674

MIDDLETOWN-HAM ILTON-LlMA-ZANESVI LLE

TR3 FIAT

Your Choice of the World's Finest Cars

PENNY MOTORS

839 North Main Street 224-3771

14 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Best Wishes to the CLASS OF '63

DOWNTOWN 22 E. Third 223-1571 II E. Fifth 228-3592 WESTSIDE 1146 W. Third 223-1972

GILLE TRAILER SALES 3020 North Dixie Drive Dayton 14, Ohio PHONE: 275-3624

"MOBILE LIVING IS GRACIOUS LIVING"

SHOPPING CENTERS Van Buren 256-8182 Town-Country 293-7509 Miracle Lane 277-7471 West Town 263-1441 North Plaza 278-3931 Airway Center 252-2082 Hills and Dales 298-7881 Forest Park Plaza 275-4542 Huber Heights 233-1223 FAIRBORN 20 W. Main 878-5961 XENIA 4 S. Detroit St.

SCH I FT'S SHOES Dayton's Largest Family Shoe Stores 181


~1963~

The CHAMINADE CO-EDUCATORS' ASSOCIATION (Formerly the Chaminade Fathers' and Mothers' Clubs)

extend to you) our sons) CONGRATULATIONS on this happy occasion of your graduation from Chaminade The Co-Educators' Association has been the binding agent of your school years. Through it your parents and your teachers have coordinated their mutual efforts in order to make your school years safe, secure and rewarding. The Scholastic Assurance Plan, which is a unique feature of the Co-Educators' Association, has stood silently but solidly beside you throughout your years in Chaminade. Its purpose has been to see you through to the eventful day of your graduation even if Almighty God, in His wisdom, decided to call the parent who was your principal support and sustenance. Some of you have felt the hand of friendship provided by Sch<?lastic Assurance. All of you have had your school years enriched by the efforts of the Association. May God be with you in the years allotted to you. May your education keep you on the high road of self government and may it be a stepping stone from which you will build a thousand stairways to the stars. ----------OFFiCERS OF THE CHAMINADE CO-EDUCATORS' ASSOCIATION---------Brother Lawrence McGervey, S.M . .. ..... .. ........ .. ... Principal Paul E. Thien ...................................... President Paul Rose ......... ...... . .... ... ...... ..... 1st Vice President Maribeth Sipes .. ........................... 2nd Vice President Catherine A. Fink ......................... .. Recording Secretary Catherine Albers ..... . ....... ..... ..... Corresponding Secretary George Loney ...... ........ . ... .... . ... ..... ....... Treasurer

DEDICATED TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION THROUGH THE COMBINED EFFORTS OF PARENTS- TEACHERS-STUDENTS 182


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Congratulations

Compliments of

to the Class of 1963

JOE GILLOTTI, REALTOR

PREMIER RUBBER MANUFACTURING CO.

DON MAUCH'S OHMER PARK SHELL SERVICE General Repairing

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1820 Wyoming St. at Phillips Ave.

Dayton, Ohio PHONE

Dayton 10, Ohio

253-2631

DAVE ENGEL '56

DON MAUCH '43 LARRY LEHMANN '61 JIM HERBERT '62

I-----------+------------'~ Congratulations Class of 1963 CLAY MILLER

Congratulations to the

RICHARD L. BOEKE Class '59

Class of '63

BONDED INSURANCE AGENCY INC. PHONE

SAN DY/S DRIVE-IN

202 Shroyer Rd. Dayton 19, Ohio

298-7324

BA 3-2962

201 Woodman Dr. and Stroop at Marshall

BA 3-5580

GUY J. MAGETTI FUNERAL HOME 1508 Valley Street

324 N. Broadway

Dayton, Ohio

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Over Quarter Century of Service to Labor and Management

Congratulations to the Class of 1963

THE LABOR UNION NEWSPAPER of National Newspapers Corp. BA 3-4203

2 1 1 South Ludlow

Also Publishers of

ANNUAL UNION DIRECTORY

G. W. SMITH & SONS, INC.

Other Newspapers

HAUER Compliments of 3104

Far Hills

FRIGI DAI RE LOCAL 801 I.V.E. -

A.F.L. -

314

Dayton, Ohio

E. First

MUSIC

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GEORGE R. OBERER Class of 1945

INVITES YOU TO VISIT BEAUTIFUL

GOLD KEY HO,MES I n Englewood

Drive Out North Main St. - Rt. #48 V4 Mile Past New Route 40 Overpass Turn Left on Wenger Rd. to Model Home Area

Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1963 From

THE JOHN L. MACBETH INS. CO. Hulman Bldg. PHONE 223-2239

AGENTS JIM PAXSON

PHIL KLUM

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TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME

CONGRATULATIONS

648 Watervliet Ave., at Fauver

WESTBROCK

Dayton /0, Ohio

FUNERAL HOME

Ambulance Service

/7/2 Wayne Ave.

Dayton, Ohio

BEST OF LUCK TO SENIORS From

LUHN PAINTING COMPANY

WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 3520 Otterbein Ave.

CR 7-6588 22 North Ludlow Street

Dayton 2, Ohio

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SCHLATER'S SERVICE STATION Motor Tune Up Brake Service

NORTHWESTERN TOOLS, INC.

Accessories Batteries

J. E. SCHLATER 2326 Far Hills Ave.

AX 3-0274

"Upper Dayton View's Oldest Established . Drug Store"

BRAWLEY'S DRUG STORE 230 I Salem Ave. Phone CR 4-2121

Dayton. Ohio

E. J. (Gene) Tomezek '33 LUDLOW BATTERY AND IGNITION 421 S. Ludlow St. Auto Service Since 1913

Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1963

BA 4-1011

WEILER WELDING COMPANY, INC. ELECTRIC

ACETYLENE

Since 1920

ESTEE MOLD AND DIE

EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ANY WELDING PROBLEM Metal Spraying Flame Hardening Sand Blasting Flame Cutting Fabrication of Jigs Heliarc

1467 Stanley Avenue Dayton 4, Ohio BA 4-9889 BA 4-9880

Distributors for Airco Supplies. Equipment. and Ohio Medical Gases 324 East Second Street

BA 8-5186

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Utility -

Industrial -

Commercial

BOHN & SNEAD, INC. Electrical Contractors and Engineers 2032 W. Riverview

BUCHER BROTHERS INC.

IN FOREMAN'S BUILDING 278-5728 After 5 P.M. and Weekends CALL CL 4- 1550

Supplying Qua lity Printing to Dayton Business Houses for

NEW DEAL TOOL

Thirty Yea rs

AND MACHINE COMPANY 245 Leo Street

729 Leo St .

BA 8-2022

D<lyton 4, Ohio

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Compliments of

DOT'S SUPER MARKET

HON IOUS ELECTRIC, INC.

W at e rvliet and Patte rson Rd. Specializing in Finest Meats in Town

1107 E. Third Street Dayton 2, Ohio 223-3227 Compliments of

PRIC E STORES Commercial - Residential - Industrial Wiring and Heating

4th a nd J efferson

LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR LICENSED HEATING CONTRACTOR

HOWARD'S QUALITY PIES Fairborn , Ohio 878-6351

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Congratulations to the Class of 1963 THE DUPPS COMPANY of GerD1antown

Manufacturers of meat packing, rendering and extraction equipment

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Vic and Mom would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for the kind patronage that has been given them through the years. They would also like to wish the Cham ina de Senior Class of 1963 the best of luck in the future.

VIC CASSANO & MOM DONISI Pizza Kings

VIC JR. '63

Over 20 Convenient Locations in Dayton, Franklin, Germantown, Middletown, Troy, Wilmington, and Springfield

Best Wishes to the CLASS OF '63

ZENGEL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Building Quality Construction Homes

.In

PLEASANT HILL In

CENTERVILLE 71 W. Alexandersville -

Bellbrook Rd.

TU 5-7322

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THE BLOMMEL SIGN COMPANY BA 4-9618

BEST WISHES .

735 Wayne Avenue Dayton, Ohio

Best Wishes

from a

to THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1963 from

PAUL & HUGO DEIS

FRIEND

Dennis J. Sweetman Class of '58

JACK SWEETMAN REALTY CO. 2111 Wayne Avenue CLearwater 3-51 I I

PHONE: 293-7094

MIAMI VALLEY DRY WALL CO.

MIAMI VALLEY TOOL & DIE CO. 4041 Salem Ave. Dayton, Ohio

3421 Sharon Avenue Dayton 29, Ohio JAMES WORTHINGTON Presid~nt

Congratulations to

THE CLASS OF 1963

Designers

of

MAX'S SHOE STORE CL 3-8007

729 Watervliet

Dies Jigs Fixtures Special Machines

Compliments

DETRICK'S MARKET 401 Nordale Avenue

CL 3-9587 Known for Quality MEATS

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Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1963

MR. AND MRS. T. W. SUTIMILLER

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CLASS OF '63

JUMBO SUR()ERS- MAllS-COKES pl(/5 oller 60 other menu tft/ns

TATONE BUICK in Fairborn PARKMOOR IS THE PLACE TO GO

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FIRST ClASS - tJtJ PARKMOOR,

When Better Cars Are Built Buick Will Build Them and TATONE BUICK Will Sell Them.

357 N. Broad St.

Fairborn, Ohio

Compliments From

A FRIEND

McCall and Sharkey during a soul.stirring scene from Tall Story.

193


PIX RESTAURANT 42 W. Fifth St. East of

Compliments

Mac's Bar

of

Foods Cooked in Butter Dinner by Opal Longo-Owner

B. G. DANIS CO. INC.

GITZINGER TRUCKING CO. You Call-We Haul 4769 Valley St. BE 3-0646 BE 3-088 1 Dayton, Ohio

Best Wishes to the Graduates from

HOUSER'S PHARMACY Congratulations From

JOE SCHIRACK

5428 Kemp Road Spin Kemp Shopping Center CL 3-9148

Davue Party Supplies } 1913 Salem Ave.

C. R. Houser, Jr.

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HEIDER CLEANERS, INC. 3720 Wilmington Pk.

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Fast Quality Service Exclusive Shirt Laundry Modern Storage Vault CALL 298-663 1

FRIEND

For Personal Insurance Service

RICHARD E. BELLERT LIFE - HEALTH - ACCIDENT - GROUP BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CO.

440 1 N. Main St. Dayton, Ohio Bus. 278-6041

PHONES

Res. 837-6227

MIAMI STATIONERS 27 East Second Street

School and Office Supplies Greeting Cards and Social Stationery

KAUNAS-CAFE Beer -

Whiskey and Genuine Turtle Soup 519 Valley St.

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ARCADE FOOD

SHOP 26 South Ludlow Street BA 4-3383 TOM WECKESSER '63

Compliments of

BUTLER HEATING Air Conditioning R. L. BUTLER

Class of '38

120 Springfield St.

CL 4-1713

CONGRATU LATIONS, SENIORS

MACK SALES, INC.

ELRIDGE BODY

3339 N. Dixie Drive

Dayton, Ohio PHONE: 278-4821

SHOP

LARGE OR SMALL WE DO IT ALL

4625 N. Dixie Dr. CR __ 5-1841

RICHARD A. EVANS PLUMBING Complete Plumbing Service 128 Swallow Dr.

275-0048

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Sincere Best Wishes and

Congratulations - Class of 1963 It has been a privilege and a pleasure working with you to make your 1963 yearbook the best ever

FRIEDMAN EASTERLING STUDIO 613 Salem Avenue

CR 5-0941

"Dayton /s Leading School Photographers

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THE SODALITY GREEN-BACKERS "We SPeci0lize In Good Printing" 196


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PORK SRUSRGE

CLASS OF 1963

WM FOCKE SONS CO.

PLATERS SERVICE INC.

1712 Springfield St.

Bumper Exchange

Quality Meats -

Since 1875

Home of Waldorf Pork Sausage and Waldorf Double Smoked for Double Flavor Hams

Good Luck EAGLES!

West Chestnut St. Englewood, Ohio PHONE 836-5132

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THE CHAMINADE VARSITY BAND

BELL OPTICAL LABORATORY

Service Limited to Professional Eye Doctors

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Fidelity Prescriptions

PRESCRI PTIONS AX 3-1 177 2309 Far Hills

CR 7-6537 2734 Salem

SA 4-9881 5th and Main

SA 4-1 157 42 Wyoming

SA 3-8134 38 N. Main

AX 3-3 172 3951 Far Hills

HYLAND MACHINE CO.

40 POTOMAC STREET

SA 2-6353

DAYTON, OHIO

Manufacturers of Screw Machine Products

Elmer '29

Phil '64

Dick '50

Richie '73

Compliments of

RATHWEG INSURANCE AGENCY All Kinds of Insurance

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Congratulations to the Class of 1963 From

THE CHAMINADE BOOSTERS CLUB

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"The Chaminade student is noted for his genial , solicitous attitude towards his peers." Albert C . Glossenwater


MEYER & BOEHMER FUNERAL HOME Conveniently Located to Serve You

1733 BROWN STREET AT SAWMILL ROAD AMBULANCE SERVICE

GOOD LUCK and BEST WISHES

NEALIS DAIRY FARMS

AIR CONDITIONED HOME-LIKE ATMOSPHERE DA YTON'S LARGEST

BA 3-9119

Congratulations to the Class of '63 COMPLIMENTS OF

GETTYSBURG FOOD CENTER 2198 N. Gettysburg Ave. at Kings' Highway R. ORF '32

BOWL AT THE

CAPRI LANES 2727 S. Dixie Special 路 School Rates

SEITZ HARDWARE CO. SOUTH Town and Country Shopping Center NORTH Miracle Lane Shopping Center "Serving Dayton Over 38 Years"

LOCALLY OWNED DAIRY BA 3-3125


Cocktail Lounge

THE CHEESE MAN

Snack Bar

HUBER HEIGHTS PLAZA LANES 24 AUTOMATIC LANES Air-Conditioned PHONE BE 3-4861 JIM MARTIN

5051 Nebraska Dayton 24, Ohio

FIVE OAKS Beauty Salon

SREPCO ELECTRONICS, INC.

612 Five Oaks Avenue

3 14 leo Street

CR 5-8352 SALLY GEPHART, Prop.

Dayton 4, Ohio Dayton 6, Ohio

CHARLIE BRENNAN'S KING'S TABLE 337 West First Street Continental Buffet Every Evening 5 to 10 P.M. Beautiful Party and Banquet Rooms

Compliments of

CARLISLE ESTATES New Castle, Ohio TOM KUSSMAN '47

TOOL CRAFT PRODUCTS, INC. 1265 McCook

Wm. F. LaFORSCH Orthopedic

Tools, Dies, Jigs and Fixtures

536 Valley St.

PHONE 228-8344

Dayton, Ohio

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FLOYD KAUFFMAN Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1963

Masonry Contractor Brick, Block, Stone 223 Superior Avenue 228-7476

THE CORPUS CHRISTI TEEN CLUB MAYER'S LAD 'N DAD SHOP 2313 Far Hills Avenue

AX 3-6333

Dayton 19, Ohio

Congratulations

Four Stores for Men

SENIORS

DUNHILL'S DOWNTOWN

from

GRISMER TIRE CO.

Eastown Westown Northtown

Charge Accounts Limited Patterson at Ludlow

4 Months to Pay

BA 3-3244

No Service Charge

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• Pest and Termite Control

Best Wishes to the GRADUATING CLASS \

II WE CONTROL ALL PESTS * FREE INSPECTIONS * ALL WORK GUARANTEED * WATER BUGS * SPIDERS BEDBUGS - SILVERFISH MOTHS - WASPS BEES - TERMITES - ROACHES - ANTS - RATS MICE

ALL AMERICAN 263-8871

5898 W. 3rd

263-8871

WALTER FUNERAL SERVICE

1235 North Main Street 228-5181

Compliments of

GEORGE BEHM & SONS

CO.

BLUE BIRD BAKING COMPANY MR. DRAKOS

DISTRIBUTORS Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. GLASS PRODUCTS

MR. RAY MILLER

l. M. PRINCE CO. 117 S. Ludlow

Plate and Window Glass Mirrors Rough Rolled Glass FLAT GLASS SPECIALTIES

BA 3-2531 BA 3-2803

Fine Food at Reasonable Prices 1926 BROWN STREET 24 McDonough

228-7193

BA 8-0454

THE PINE CLUB LLOYD M. MEINZER

OPEN 4:00 P.M. TO 2:30 A.M. Closed Sunday 204


compliments of

4E


gerard greene i have studied a few times the marble-head which was chiseled for me a boat with an unfurled sail at rest in the miami river in fantasy it pictures not my life but my destination. for love was offered me but i unfastened the ring from my nose sorrow knocked at my door but the knob fell into my hand. ambition called to me but i still had river water in my ears. success welcomed me but the mat was slippery with kelp. yet all the while i only hungered for an endless meal ticket in life. and now i know that we must furl that unfurled sail. and catch some kind of air to thrust me forward into the cool beyond. but life without gas is the torture of restless and vague desire for gaseousness. it is the boat longing for catch but still afloat on the great miami. so on i will go, sailing and seasicking through the polluted waters of life.

A hitherto unpublished work of Freeman Frod, poet laureate of Senior D, was recited by the poet at the class's annual poetry reading and dandelion chain making festival held this year on May 12. 207


IN MEMORIAM

GeraRd Ko ERfritยง ApriR 13 1945 May 16 1963 9

For unto Thy faithfttl, 0 Lord, life is changed, not taken away: 208

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Dear Readers: The following letters have just been found in our mail department. Because of our policy of publishing our readers' opinions both favorable and otherwise, we are including them here.

M ay 7, 196 3 To t he Mem bers of t he Eagle Staff: For t hi rty years I have been reading yo ur ye arbo oks. You r artists are am ateurs, y ou r iokes ree k, and y our mater ia l is t rash . There w as one excepti on, however, the 192 9 Eagle was reall y great. Unfortuna tel y my copy never arrived . Enclosed f ind a check for $ .99 to cover th e cost of th e book.

Your FRIENDLY Bookstore offers sweatshirts for only I c under 2c over 3c under $2.00 A Frie ndly

D ea r Frie nd ly: We go tcha!

Sincere ly yours, Robert E. Geary, S.M.

D ear Brothe r Gea ry: H ave the G reen- backers print one on the press !

May 17, 1963

Dea r Edi tor-in -Ch ief How can on e book be so bad ?

T. S. :\iay 7, 1963 Dear Edito r: I h ave been r eadin g your yearbook s since 1928. I j ust thought I'd drop you a line to tell you I don't like those ph ony l etter s that start out like this: " H ello, my n ame is :\lurkamooka Swartzb augh." I am 5 year s old .

Respec tfully, Anth ony D'Elia

D ea r T. S. : W e employ a staff of over 75 who work di lige ntly dur ing the entire school yea r. M A Y 14, 1963 DEA R EDITOOR : I GIT LOTS OF GRINS OUTTA YORE ANNAUEL YARBOOK . M A SAYS IT'S THE BEST BOOK NEXT TO REVENOO REVUE. A TTA CHED TO THESE HAR SCRIBBLINS IS A GIFT OF PA'S CORN SQUEEZINS . YU SHURE GOT A HEAP A GOOD PA GES TH A R.

D ear Anthony: W ise G uy!

YOUR EVER LOVIN , SHAG RAG

Ma y 8, 1963 Dear Editor: M y name is Murkamooka Sw artzbaugh . I am 5 y ears old and I have been reading y our y earbook since 1934 ...

Febru ary 10, 1963 D ea r Ad Ed itor: I didn't realize until recently that you had advertisements in you r annual. Please includ e the fo llowing :

THIS PAGE OF CONUNDRUMS SUPPLIED BY THE HILARIOUS 1H HOTSHOTS

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D ea r Shag Rag : T ha nhssh!

May 29, 1963 Dear Editor-in-Chief: W e ha ve w ritten every year for the past three years hoping that y ou w ould fulfill our request. Please don 't refuse us again. We are dreaming about that full page, color shot of Jim Ivory that w e have promised to pa y for . We think Jim's the greatest. Can 't y ou give Jim the space he needs and deserves in y our sill y old yearbook? Get our Jimmy when he smiles that cute smile that w rinkles his little nose. Money is no object . We want our Jimmy big! An x iousl y, The Jim Ivory Fan Club of Julienne and St. Joe's (ov er 2,000 members)


WE LOWLY SOPHS GIVE

SPIRITED Cheer the class of nineteen sixty-three the Wa2c's

.. ~ sold over 1000 Raffle Books

• led school in Mission Book Drive • second in school in Bishop's Relief Drive • champions of the Sophomore Invitational Basketball Tournament


WHAT IN THE WORLD . IS a

IS IT ... the husband of a greasy gungus-fighting goddess? a butler at a San Jacinto undertaker's festival? a bad lad hot after gungus ? an eccentric scientist who humanly errs, but is finally forgiven? a mystic by a pond, writing of chimney mishaps? an immigrant Pollock? a god who helps those who help fight gungus? a plump, persecuted plum (or is it Pflaum)? a grimy, furze cutting, tennie wearing 3G'er? a mad biologist? a prize fresh from a Cracker-Jack box? a biologist with a heart, man? a gablaned namtrah? a thaumatolampas diadema?

despite the fact that there is no such word as gungus the greasy gzmgus-fighting J

gods al'e just a bunch of gttys in the bio lab at 8:30 Monday through Friday. 212


SCHMALTZ'S ANCIENT HISTORY

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after the war brought prosperity to the United States. In the latter fifties man began his conquest of space. Also notable during this era was the renaissance of culture which occurred in 1963. Peculiarly, this rebirth began at a secondary school in Dayton, Ohio, in a class known as the 4F Freds. Their numerous contributions are enumerated below. The noted artist, Brother Joseph Barrish, S.M., is to this day imitated by the avantguarde artists of Paris. Among his most valuable works are his madonnas, which range in price from $500,000 to S1,000 ,000. Conducting a studio in the basement of a medieval castle, he inspired many of his students, including Robert Powers, James Nellis, and Thomas Osterday. Powers is noted for his abstractions of the human form; Nellis for his vivid rustics ; Osterday for his geometrics. In the field of athletics, several of this group excelled. Thomas Poeppelmeier, Robert Peitz, Thomas Rave, and Mark Nemecek trayeled to the Olympic Games in Tokyo, and carried home gold medals in the basketball, hop skip and jump, wrestling, and 100yard dash events. Chuck Ruemping, a good -looking poet, wrote many beautiful sonnets about the glories of nature. In his secondary school days he was known as a gay, offbeat individual. But it wasn't until he began composing poetry that his true character was exposed. Richard Rinaldo, then a super-intellect, succeeded Caroline Kinudy to the White House. During his four-year term a renewed interest in the art of speaking came about. Rinaldo's secretary of state, Clifford Ruble, (his und erstudy was John Ruble, who carried a resemblance) managed to establish peaceful relations with the USSR and premier Thov Jamavich Payne. Rinaldo's ambassador to Spain, Walter Rubin de Salis, became a close friend of Franco, thereby establishing closer relations with Spain. Thomas Reiger, James Payne, and William Neu had a profound influence upon the clothing styles of that age. Their tee shirt and vest creation was internationally popular. 4F produced many noted authors. Among the most prominent of these are J. E. Richards, Donald Reinhard, J. Stephen Redick, and Michael Redden. Richards wrote mainly social criticism; Reinhard composed his theories on scientific endeavor; Redick wrote a television series called "Me and My Pansies." Redden is the most renowned of the group. As a satirist, he wrote such monumental works as, Early Birds Don't Catch ].J7 arms, Leading the Pack, Fred Badge of Cotlrage, and Far Above the Madding

Crowd. Eventually taking over the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Richard Portune, David Pflum, Thomas Rosato, John Pickrel, Robert Powell, and Mike Probst proved themselves the finest musicians in the world. All but Rosato played many instruments, Rosato specialized in the zither. Also notable in this field was Robert Quatman, although he never won international acclaim, because of his basic love for rock 'n roll. Michael Riley, Bill Prinz, and Robert Neumann excelled jointly in the field of science. Through experimentation and research they came up with a new electron theory. The only infamous members of the group, Michael Russel and Oscar Nass, were philosophers. Instigating . a movement to set fire to Washington, they were sentenced


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Above: Confucius-famous philosopher who wrote One rotten egg can spoil a whole barrel of apples . Right: John Gutenberg-psychoanalyst; e xamined the various types. Below: Marco Polo-seen on a horse hitting little balls with a mallet. Also, was a slow poke to China .

Above: Ma x imilius- made emperor by proclamation (his own), loved the ponies so much, he made aqueduct popular.

Above: Tilgath-Pileser-discovered fire one day w hile playing with some matches . Right: Abraham Lincoln-Born on a holiday; pla yed the stocks; took a killing in Ford; controls a lot of copper.

CAVALCADE OF HISTORY

compliments of 2B BULLWINKLES

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BEHIND EVERY GREAT HOMEROOM IS A GREAT MAN!-Franklin. AS A WISE OLD PHILOSOPHER FROM 4B ONCE SAID , "GET ATA HERE!"

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Photo at right t ake n on September 15th.

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he Scarlet Letter or An "A" for Effort

Scene One. (Ye Olde Chaminade. A compartment Enter tutor. Pupils in chairs.) Tutor: Good day fine class, Ah, the morn, in russet mantle clad, Walks o'er the dew of yon eastern hill. Pupils: Cheers, you smart wight. Prithee, what have you for us Today?

Will Shakespeare in Ye Olde Chaminade (Emmanllel Building, newly eonstmeted)

Tutor: Pray, do you not remember? Twas but a day ago, I told you Of a quiz. Pupils: Horrors no, this evil destiny we Wish upon no man. Give us but one more chance Kind gentleman. (smiling) Tutor: No, no. I won't stand for your Supposed cogging. So with no delay a sheet of paper you must lay upon your desk this glorious day. (classmates to each other) Pupils: One may smile, and smile, and be A Villian. (class assembles in a huddle in the rear, teacher remains in front) Tutor: I fear something is rotten in the State of Denmark. (awaits silence) Alright, let us begin with problem one, To be or not to be, that is the question. (The class files out of the compartment one by one) .

Tutor: Though this be madness, yet there is Method in't Whither goest thou? Wherefore dost thou leave? (A spokesman from the class steps forward) Spokesman: I stand not here to quillet, yet I must remind you that The quality of mercy is not strained, And besides, the sweet wind doth gently kiss The trees, and I fear tis far too nice To don your charter, and stay within. But, timorous wretch, there shall always be a Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow. Never was a story of more woe Than this of a tutor and his fellows This tense and moving drama was written by William Shakespeare ex pressly for . . . THE 2A ARCHONS


CHAMINAGO By

KARL SANDBERG

Wallet Butcher for the World, Fatemaker, Stacker of soiled demerit slips, Player with basketballs and the nation's brain handler; Stuffy, Musty, Bawling, School of the Big Boys: They tell me you are most difficult and I believe them, for I have seen your ninety and forty-two minute quizzes up your teachers' sleeve, luring the immature minds of youth into an abyss of confusion And they tell me you are in want and I answer : Yes, for I have seen men nearly killed for not selling their quota of raffle tickets. Fierce as a student with tongue lapping for more homework; cunning as an Irish physicist pitted against the many pupils. Building Griping Punishing Surging Teaching? Ab ove: A segment of one of the daily poetry readings in 2}

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THE HEADLESS HORSEMEN OF JUNIOR H


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

THANK YOU ... BROTHER JOSEPH BARRISH, S.M., who as head moderator of the annual staff inspired the editors to meet the deadlines and to strive for originality. His novel ideas and professional knowledge were a tremendous asset. BROTHER JAMES VORNDRAN, S.M. , who as assistant moderator of the staff and head moderator of the photo club was an important coordinator between his club and the staff. MR. THOMAS FRERICKS, who as business manager for the book, handled efficiently the selling of advertising and '63 Eagles. His work made this book financially possible. MR. JOE FRIEDMAN, who as the schoo l' s professional photographer, spent many hours, free of charge, at Chaminade, shooting faculty, events, and activities. MR. MATT McCORMICK, who as representative of Taylor Publishing Company, made frequent trips to Dayton to offer his guidance on the technical problems in volved in producing a yearbook. MIKE SHANESY, who as spring editor spent many hours finishing his section in the heat of early June. THOMAS F. STEINER Editor

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MARY STRAWN

MATT McCORMICK

Queen of the '63 Eag le Staff

Tay lor Representative TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY ", ..., World', S.nl V.. ,bookt A,. l'V1o.路m.d."


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