Friday, April 25, 2008
They Give of Themselves to Inspire, Guide and Help - 1962
Again the Athletic Association members meet to discuss future plans for the athletic banquet and the upcoming picnic. Throughout the year the association sponsors the Cathedral athletic program. Officers are president, Charles Brookins; vice president, Harold Ruckert; treasurer, Leo Novak; secretary, Charles Shea,; and athletic director Father Richard Ratajaczk.
A pleasing personality, cooperation, and reliability are the distinguishing characteristics of Mrs. Wesley Frahm, the school office secretary. These personal qualities have made Mrs. Frahm a friend to both faculty members and students.
Cathedral students benefit from the well balanced nutritional lunches prepared by Miss Ann Floeter, Food Service Supervisor of St. Mary's Cafeteria.
Representative of the many active members of Cathedral's Home and School Association who participated in this year's school projects are (l to r): Mrs. Henry Kurecka, Mrs. Leo Novak, Mrs. Hanford Topham, Jr., president; Mrs. Charles F. Shea, and Mrs. Robert Topham. The association has long been distinguished for its fine spirit of cooperation and a well balanced parent-teacher relationship.