June 14, 2019

From the Archives

St. Michael teacher and students on TV

In this photo, Franciscan Sister Ramona Lunsford, a teacher at St. Michael the Archangel School in Indianapolis, is shown with students who would appear with her on an episode of “Sister Says,” a local Catholic television program that aired on WISH during the 1960s. The episode was part of a series titled, “A Tour Through the Roman Catholic Church.” The students were all part of a boys’ choir that performed during the episode. From left to right, the boys are: Jay Koffskey, Mark Haag, Duane Fricke, Mike Fleetwood, Pat Hennessy and Chris Crockett. This photo originally appeared in The Criterion on Oct. 29, 1965.

In this photo, Franciscan Sister Ramona Lunsford, a teacher at St. Michael the Archangel School in Indianapolis, is shown with students who would appear with her on an episode of “Sister Says,” a local Catholic television program that aired on WISH during the 1960s. The episode was part of a series titled, “A Tour Through the Roman Catholic Church.” The students were all part of a boys’ choir that performed during the episode. From left to right, the boys are: Jay Koffskey, Mark Haag, Duane Fricke, Mike Fleetwood, Pat Hennessy and Chris Crockett. This photo originally appeared in The Criterion on Oct. 29, 1965.
 

(Would you like to comment on or share information about this photo? Contact archdiocesan archivist Julie Motyka at 800-382-9836, ext. 1538; 317-236-1538; or by e-mail at jmotyka@archindy.org.)

 

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