YES, YES, YES, YES, YES
There are still openings available for the all class reunion. I met five different people this past weekend that thought they were too late to sign up for the reunion. You don't want to miss this special get together - it will be good to renew old acquaintances and meet people from many different classes.
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Contact JIM SHEA by clicking on the link below.
Monday, June 9, 2008
The St. Mary's Football Lettermen
This picture belonged to Armond Armstrong - pictured in the left hand corner of the back row in this picture.
Left to right, back row: Armond Armstrong, William Korth, Anthony Albosta, Raymond Hertzberg, Vincent Wruck, Robert Wynes, Kenneth McLaughlin, William Shea, John Burton, Merle Ecarius, (Capt.), John Muir.
Left to right, front row - John Greiner, Frank Sullivan, John Ryan, John Devereaux, Edgar Barnett, Brian Weadock, Ernest Kretchmer, William Nickodemus.
Sunday, June 8, 2008
Above is Hoyt Street in 1878 - At left is the second Church (1863); center is the Rectory (1874); and right is St. Mary's Academy (1878).
In 1878 the Catholics of the parish were burdened with the debt of St. Mary's Hospital which Fr. van der Bom founded in 1874 so they could not afford to build a new school. The original church building which had housed the school was too old to continue using it. So at the expense of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana a new school was built.