At the end of each year, the graduating "Rhet" class would have its pictures taken and a class picture made up of the individual members of the class would be created to be hung in the corridor just off the main building entrance. Each of these pictures included a picture of Archbishop Mitty, the President of St. Joseph's and few other "profs" chosed by the Rhet class to share their picture space. Each year, we would individually purchase small copies of the Rhet class picture and get the graduating Rhets to write messages to us on the back of our copy. I believe we had a word that described these smaller versions of the Rhet class picture but it escapes me. So that will be trivia question #1. Any takers? You can submit your answers on the comments page. We now have an answer. Denny Reidy recalls that the Rhet class picture was called the "medley". That sounds right to me.
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