The Tower Torch
We receive our gossip of all the "Edgies,"
and information of previous events and coming attractions through reading our school
paper, the Tower Torch. The paper is published six times a year. One of the main
aims of the Tower Torch this year was carrying the message to the girls that only their
prayers could bring peace closer to them,
their families, and friends, and thereby preserve the future happ:ness of the girls.
At the Tower Torch editor's desk sits Betty
Campbell, and occupying the various other
desks are the assistant editors, Mary Ford,
Gloria Jaffke, Doris Pehowski, and Virginia
This yearbook of 1944 is published by the
students of Edgewood College under the directorship of Sister Jeanne and the co-editors,
Mary Ford and Jacqueline Swift. The heads
of the committees are Genevieve Kuehn, Betty
Straub, Betty O'Brien, Dorothy Whalen,
Phyllis Rostal, Dorothy Lamb, Rosemary Kurth,
Jean Hill, Dorothy LaPointe, Gretchen Scholl,
and Gloria Jaffke.
The Schola Cantorum — more readily referred to as the Glee Club — is an organization of eighteen resident students. Every
Wednesday evening Sister Mauricia and her
students practice Gregorian Chant. Their
talent is displayed when they sing at Benediction. Their greatest achievement during
this year was singing the High Mass on
Phyllis Rostal acted as student director
during the holiday season when the girls
spread their cheer by caroling at the Wisconsin General Hospital, St. Mary's Hospital, and
Father Connolly's residence.
The members of the club are: Dorothy
LaPointe, Helen Krings, Dorothy Steppler,
Mary Ford, Bernice Coughlin, Gloria Jaffke,
Doris Pehowski, Virginia Pfaller, Lois Scott,
Gretchen Scholl, Phyllis Rostal, Mary McGin-
nity, Lillian Cozzo, Una Mae Nelson, Teresa
Kastenmeier, Josephine Wolf, Jacqueline
Swift, and Madeline Cegelske.