Academy of Notre Dame - Memories Yearbook (Belleville, IL)
- Class of 1970
Page 1 of 168
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 168 of the 1970 volume:
academy of notre dame belleville, illinois volume XVIII accomplish adventure absurdities adresses addled adept adieu ACADEMY ballet ballads bail banter blithe bless bliss books booths choice classes Chili cherish A dministration Heading the alphabet, the year, and the school was a willing administrative team ready for any occasion. Sister Romana arrived in August to assume command, Sister Joyce Ann stood by prepared for ail emergencies, Mrs. and Miss Goelz formed an indispensable part of the school’s welcoming and ruling body. Students passing through the office ear- ly and late grew to know their familiar faces. Mrs. Goelz-Secretary Sister Romana .... Principal 5 Art This year’s artists did fascinating things. They created their own environment; painted pipes, walls, cabinets; built boxes and s i I k screened bags; designed scenery and distributed woodcuts. Their work and its beauty has been ‘‘scattered in a thousand direc¬ tions.” 6 Winners A is for achievement that was academie—and more. Forty- one seniors received scholar- ships, such as the one Mary Meyer received from the Amer¬ ican Business W o m e n. The American Légion honored Pat Clark and Jeanne Wenzel for qualifies of leadership, loyalty, and service. And Rosie Reeb, Mary Beth Bauer, and Jeanne Wenzel copped top honors as Valedictorian and Salutatorians, respectively. 7 Band The band gave its members and its audiences a taste of some classical and some popular com¬ positions. Field trips were made to Rock High School, Notre Dame Mother House, and the Apartment Community at the Shrine. 8 Basketball Basketball is a game of ability and endurance. The ' 70 basketball season displayed plenty of en¬ durance and sometimes even ability. The seniors were determined to win and make it the fourth victorious year. After hard-fought games and easily acquired bruises, Senior A 115 won the 70 tournament. 9 m Business Tapping, pounding, and ringing bells were a few of the sounds that filtered through the Windows of the business and typing rooms. These noises were indicative of the students who were typing, adding columns of figures, and composing ef¬ ficient letters to préparé them for a life in the business world. 10 Breakfast and Banquet b The seniors were escorted to the Father-Daughter Banquet where they spent an unusual evening with their dads. Judge Sansom was the guest speaker for the evening. The mothers and their daughters celebrated a Mass with Father Eichenseer. Senator Alan J. Dixon spoke at the breakfast immediately following, and directed attention to the 98% of good in life. Notes of congratu¬ lations from Sister Romana and past teachers were read to the graduâtes. 11 Cheerleaders Enthusiasm, originality, coordination, and most of ail, team loyalty, marked the 1969-70 cheer¬ leaders. Executing complicated leaps, jumps, and victory chants, each group vied the most spirit and the most victories. Senior Cheerleaders: Dana Henne, Kathy Lucash, Rita Haas (captain), Joni Meyer, and Jean Lugge. 12 Cheerleading Officers: Karen Becherer, Rita Sue Haas, Suzanne Brady, and Belinda Bauer. Freshman Cheerleaders: Evelyn Biver, Karen Becherer, Shelley Rueter, Susie Dengler, Janet Henne, Mona Perez (captain), and Conny Gloeckler. 13 We had Opirit s We had Go We were the Class of 70 Gail Agne Marsha Alldredge Audrey Ames Debbie Barmann Pat Bassler Cathy Bauer Mary Beth Bauer Nancy Becherer Mary Becker Denise Behnen Becky Belz 14 Mary Ann Berkel m Sandy Bietsch Donna Billhartz Cynthia Braun Paula Brisk Marcia Brough Mary Brueggeman Sharon Brunsmann 15 Mary Brutto Patti Burton Susan Busekrus Mary Carter Patty Clark Katie Constance Carolyn Campbell Carolyn Dahm Barb Diehl Fran Done Carol Eschenfelder 16 Mary Lou Feder Nancy Fehlker Retreat: We n E ver walked alone . . . Marcia Ferguson Pat Fitzpatrick Judy Fournie Barb Gantner Kathy Gifford DebbieGoalby MaryGraham 17 Jean Grimmer Pat Guetterman Marlene Guyar Carol Haas Missio N Day: We had ail we could want— Mission Queen and Alice ' s Restaurant Judy Hall Pat Hanlon Lynda Heien Rita Sue Haas Jo Ann Habich Dana Henne Debbie Heumann Debbie Hill Carol Hipskind Chris Kassly Pat Kanak Christy Kastel Terri Kehrer Eiaine Koesterer Wendy Kreitner Mary Lynn Kusior Joyce Laesser Nancy Lisch Kathy Lincoln 19 y Carol Mabry Christy Mank Mary Mansfield Paula McQuillan Mary Jo Mebold Sue Messbarger Joni Meyer Maureen Meirink Ruth Mensing Volleyball: We were a sllly Millimeter better. . . Debbie Modglin Pat Moehle Pat Moore Ann Muenei 21 Cathy Muren Kathy Murphy Jean Nast Elaine Neff Play: We hated the word DOWN, but loved the word UP, because UP meant pe. Elaine Orea À 1 U Mary Pauley Nancy Paule Kathy Pisetta Jane Poirot Mary Rader Cindy Roth 23 Shirley Sabo Joan Saia Holly Schaefer Teresa Schinner Rebecca Schneider Mary Alice Sehr Darsalle Simpson 24 Martha Stelling Cathy Sternau Linda Stivers Sherry Strieker Graduation: We crossed the B R idge over Troubled Waters . . . 25 Diane Tonies DebbieTrue Karla Veath Debbie Verges S easons changed and so did we, emerging as the Unsinkable ' 70 . . . 26 Mary Eleanor Waller Vicky Weinrich Pam Wurth Mary Zacharski Marilyn Zika 27 C.S.M.C. C.S.M.C., the sponsors of such events as Mission Day, Christmas Post Office, and the Canned Food Drive, helped the missions throughout the year. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Moderator . . . . . Mary Graham . . . . Gerri Scott . . Denise Calais . . . Jean Weisen S. Therese Mary 28 daily daisy damp dance daring dawdle debate drowsy dynamo earnest ear-phone éditorial effort élection émotion English faces fads faith fall femininity d e fiction Easter Dance No Eastertime trips to Fort Lauderdale this year, but the Student Council did corne up with one large drawing card—Notre Dame’s first Easter Dance. A jammed dance floor, a blossoming bud¬ get, and smiling faces made the event a big suc- cess. 30 m Junior-Senior Dance “This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius, " a theme that not only showed the ingenuity of the juniors and seniors, but also the unity between them. Ail the zodiac signs foretold a magical night. 31 Performing Arts Officers President . . . Lynn Zipfel Vice-President . . . Sue Fournie Secretaries. . . Mary Hemann Colleen Canavan Pressurer . . . Alice Winkeler Drama Officers President .... Chris Szablowski Vice-President. . Pat Parker Secretary. . . Jo Wenzel Treasurer . . . Jo Nast Drama In a quest for better apprécia¬ tion of the arts, the Perform¬ ing Arts and the Drama Clubs participated in speech meets and attended various présen¬ tations such as “How To Suc- ceed In Business Without Re- ally Trying”, and put forth their talents in “Molly Brown” and “The Imaginary Invalid.” Through a variety of media, both clubs gained as much as, if not more than, they gave. 32 e English The English Department underwent a complété face-lifting this year. New courses were explored. In Film Study, groups made their mas- er-pieces for N.D.’s own film fes¬ tival. The Creative Writing class, with the Art classes, edited a box, “In a Thousand Directions”. From Shakespeare Seminar, Poetry, and Drama, to Fiction, and Nonfiction —the “New English” at N.D. was formally initiated and will hopeful- ly continue. 33 Sister Christian Sister Michon Mrs. Azar Faculty Teachers, an intégral part of any school, shine through at N.D., in the classroom, after school, in tact—anytime ... Mrs. Mansfield Mrs. Mongan . . . From the tense moments of half- time to the tiring hours of club prépara¬ tions and activities ... Mrs. Buescher Sister Pamela Sister Mary Myles Sister Marie Léo Miss Soucy 35 36 . . . From the rush between classes to the hectic race to finish lunch, they are always there—always there ... Sister Marie Ruth Sister Mary Victory . . . From the “Take out your homework, girls” to “Hâve a nice holiday” they keep their sense of humor—well—most of the time ... Father Eichenseer Sister Therese Mary Sister Rita Marie Sister Floria Sister Mary Joseph Sister Rosella 37 Field Day Mary Brueggemann, president of GAA, pro- claimed it a spirited day. It opened with a fac- ulty-student volleyball game, leaving the year’s record at 1-1. The relay races were highly com¬ pétitive—and productive of skinned knees, brok- en eggs, and popped balloons. This student- planned field day featured some new events: dodge-ball, tug-of-war, jumping contests, and cheerleading démonstrations. The day ended with shouts of triumph and sun-burned faces. 40 FRESHMAN M Lee Ann Anderson Cindy Borsch Vickie Eccher Toni Babcock Nancy Busekrus Kay Eros Karen Becherer Julie Crotty Joyce Fiedler Patti Funsch Toni Goelz Rosemarie Linda Hancock Jean Hemmer Guenther Judy Jasper Joy Kolda Jan Hoeffken 42 FRESHMAN M 1 Kathy Laquet Sue Luksan Chris Mauch Debbie Menn Anne Moore Barb Nold Joan Oplotnik Mona Perez Carma Pollock Debbie Reeb Debbie Rodak Angie Salamone Geralyn Schwartz Patty Wade Debbie Smythe Kathy Thompson Cindy Winkler Jean Yoch 43 Victoria Abernathy Karon Bennet Teresa Corcoran Lisbeth Azar Evelyn Biver Dixie Doyle Lois Bauer Martha Bugger Kathleen Ernst Teresa Fellner Margaret Fritsch Mary Lou Goedde Mary Hermann Sharon Graham Margaret Jane Janssen Harrison Margaret Anne Kitchen 44 F R E S M H 5 M A N Bonnie Laquet Kathy Lynn Melton Lauren Leipold Sharon Miller Ann Martini Linda Newstrom Juliette Nuetzel Karen Rickert Karen Paule Janet Saia Kristine Pistrui Pamela Schulte Barbara Wurth Denise Smith Karen Strube Laura Voss Caria Westerheide « Diane Aguilar Juanita Bailey Beth Ann Becker Catherine Berkel Deborah Braun Anita Ciszczon F R E S R H 1 M A N Diane Crowe Elaine Davinroy Janice Edmiston Susan Fechter Debbie Fields Debbie Gerstner Amy Gore Janet Hallbauer Juliana Hemmer Janet Hormberg Santha Jepson Nora Komoromi 46 Mary Sue Lauer Raghda Mahmood Kathleen McDade Diane Metcalf Marsha Mowbray Gina Nottoli Pam Ord Mary Porter Mary Reime Susan Rudis Michelle Scandrett Karen Schwartz F R E S R H 1 M A N Kathryn Steckler Therese Timmer Mary Walsh 47 Pamela Auffarth Deborah Bauer Marjorie Sherry Bigelow Belobraydic Karen Brunsmann Victoria Clinton Ann Dahm Susan Hamilton Janet Henne Deborah Franke Conny Gloeckler Joyce Ann Jean Hromadka Marianne Kassly Goscinski Terry Laesser 48 R 3 Teresa Orlet Michelle Rueter Kathleen Judy Mannisi Rose Marie Neff Jeanene Nuetzel Lawrence Michelle Mezyk Jean Meirink Deborah Pfeiffer Christine Scheibel Cindy Rauch Margaret Schwartz Susan Rheinecker Lisa Stock Laurie Veath Cindy Weems Kathy Winter Marny Zuercher 49 Fine Arts Week Fine Arts Week consistée! of five days of enlightenment on the arts of the world. The week began with the selling of boxes and bags made by the Art and English classes and ended with an assembly where students were confronted with the finer arts. Throughout the week speakers and performing groups visited the school. Cul¬ ture was easily obtained after such an ac¬ tion filled week. gaiety game gawky gesture geography giggie glowing Gospel graduate haggard Hamlet hallway happenings helter-skelter hope hyperbole idea idle impact initiate irrépressible U A T I O N We thought it would never end . . . studying for exams, writing term p a p e r s, and working on an unlimited num- ber of other projects. Every- thing we had been preparing for was before us at last . . . no one could believe it. Grad¬ uation . . . “It’s a time for joy, a time for tears, a time to treasure through the years ... we’ll remember always Grad¬ uation Day.” 53 Guidance Careers night, college night, and just ordinary study nights came under the counseling powers of Sister Lorita and Sister Mary Myles. Help was there for the asking, and the year’s program of course sélection, college testing and future plan¬ ning called for professional advice. Sister Mary Myles .... Freshman-Sophomore Guidance Counselor. Sister Lorita .... Junior-Senior Guidance Counselor. 54 G.A.A. The G.A.A., one of N.D.’s most active organizations, tal- lied individual points and presented awards to the phys- ically fit. Their spirit and hard work came through on Field Day. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Moderator . . . Mary Brueggemann .Nancy Lisch .Sue Carson .Sue Voss .Miss Soucy 55 Home-Ec The little everyday things, such as a straight stitch or a chocolaté cake ail enter into the extraor- dinary endeavors of a home éco¬ nomies student. Whether it be a quick repair job before a fashion show or refreshments to be pre- pared for the event, each person does her thing and does it well. 56 There were games of work and games of fun Imaginary Invalid With the combination of Nancy Paule as Moliere’s Imaginary Invalid and the farc- ical spirit of the cast, the fall play drew a full house for a successful one-night stand. 62 jacket jest jog joke journalist jumbled justice junk keyboard know kind keen kaleidoscopic Latin laugh leadership lecture leisure lens liberal lively lunch Celia Balint Mary Baumgartner Kathy Bova Cynthia Brittin Denise Calais Mary Lou Ciszczon Geralyn Daenzer Alene Dieu Margaret Faulbaum Cathy Fogarty Eileen Gaines Joan Gray Mary Hamilton Kathy Hromadka Sandra Jacobi Karen Klemme Mary Kuebel Joan Lauer Marilyn Shirley Martindale Luekemeyer 64 Maria Moehle Kathleen Naumann Mary Jo Perez Susan Reime Margaret Rheinecker Mary Beth Ruser Debbie Schaefer Deborah Schmidt Gerianne Scott Peggy Smith Vicki Stelling Kathy Thimsen SandyTribout Elise Veremakis Gail Weidemann Jean Wiesen Janet Wilson Judy Yovandich 65 JUNIOR A2 Angie Bauer Margie Beckfeld Debbie Bozsa Diane Buelhorn Pat Canavan Judy Clark Pam Dahm Patty Dobbs Anne Fantini Mary Beth Fournie Cathy Galvin Mary Griesedieck Nancy Hechenberger Janet Huling Mary Kay Jacquot Diane Knapp Judy Lamb Susan Laux Jackie Lugge Jean Mazzetta 66 JUNIOR A2 Maureen Meyer Kay Mooningham Anne Newton Mary Jo Platzkoester Pam Reissen Sandy Rieken Pat Sabo Elaine Schaefer Joyce Schneider Marcia Semon Mary Sprague Ann Stetzen Ginny Thouvenot Brenda Triefenbach Jan Voellinger Kathy Weis Kathy Whealen Karen Wilcox Janelle Wittlich Lora Zarr 67 Brenda Abegg Diane Bauer Jo Ann Bell Suzanne Brady Ruth Buentgen Susan Carson Patricia Dahm Joann Englerth Mary Ann Fuerer Peggy Franey J U N I O R Joyce Gonstal Dorine Habich A 2 0 0 Susan Heisler Jename Immpennachio Mary Sue Juen Caria Knussman Carolyn Lamczyk Marygay Lawrence Eileen Lynn Suzanne Menn 68 Dianne McFarling Jeanne Milton Christine Mueller Catherine Oplotnik Connie Press Melissa Render Theresa Riester Lori Scandrett Janet Schanuel Jane Schulte Therese Sintzel Luann Stauder Deborah Stevens Mary Tiernan J U N I O R A 2 0 0 Donna Ulrich Nancy VonBokel Patricia Welzbacher Mary Wheeler Mary Wilhelm i 69 Diane Bachesta Valorie Bauer Joan Biver Kay Briesacher Patricia Byrd Marilyn Chaklos Deborah Comely JUNIOR M6 Susan Deitz Kathy Eros Sandra Fields Rosemary Gain Alane Goscinski Patricia Hall Deborah Herbert Rusty Irons Patricia Kemper 70 Carol Kreitner June Lanter Diane Liske Theresa Marifian Dianne Muren Christine Ossola Debbie Pyszka Dawn Schaefer Ann Scheibel Mary Scoggins Karen Smith JUNIOR M6 Barbara Ann Steck Margaret Stokes Joan Toennies Kim Van Dyke Suzanne Voss JoAnn Wenzel Phyllis White Deborah Williams Cynthia Wottowa Susan Yeager 71 Language Clubs FRENCH CLUB President .Peggy Rheinecker Vice-President .Maria Moehle Sec.-Treas .Maureen Meyer Moderator .Sister Pamela LATIN CLUB President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Moderator . . . . . . Patty Clark M. Griesedieck . Sandy Schuff Kathy Whealen . Mrs. Mongan SPANISH CLUB President .Cathy Bauer Vice-President .Karen Klemme Secretary .Joni Meyer Treasurer .Dorine Habich Moderator .Miss Rapp 72 Language Clubs Branching from the routine of classes are the after-school clubs which re- ally bring the language to life for us non-native speakers. Each language had its own week of festivities. Latin had its banquet; French had its pas- tries; and Spanish had its flowers. 73 Languages Conversations, vocabulary, and endless verb forms dominate ail languages. Each differs in its own little way, but they ail contribute to one another. We should not be enjoying the “simplicity” of English had it not been for these. The Latin students this year went ail out and captured the roving trophy for the State of Illinois at the annual con¬ vention at Normal. Library A biography room was discovered; musty maga¬ zines were unearthed; and those were not Spanish dialogues that broke the record player. Earnest researchers even discovered a basket- ball goal hovering over the bookshelves. Yes, that’s our library; it is one of a kind. 75 Lunch Leisure The cafétéria—it has seen us in our worst moments: right out of bed. It has seen us in the happiest times: our birthdays. It has seen us during some thoughtful moments: eating. majority March media melodrama memories metaphor microscopie mirth mirror name nervous nomination novels nuns nonchalant obliging opinion opposition optimism oracle orchestra originality Mary N.D. Mary N.D.— she represents what we stand for. On May 13, 1970, Annette Tognarelli, Student Council president, bestowed on Pat Moehle, senior, the coveted award of the year. Pat’s loyalty, spirit, and friendliness maae her “The Girl for Us”. 79 Mission Day Alice’s Restaurant, poker, a talent show, mice, and, of course, the jail were ail part of Mission Day. Rain and cold drove the activities to the gym and cafétéria, but en- thusiasm abounded throughout the entire day. It was opened by Mary Graham, president of the C.S.M.C., who crowned Senior, Cathy Sternau as queen. 80 Math X and y, squares and circles, logs and functions, squeaky chalk and dirty erasers are everyday companions of math students. Math has its own distinct language, understood only by its partici¬ pants. A new addition to the department was an honors course for freshmen in which students gained a broader knowledge of math. 82 National Honor Society National Honor Society, an organization of leadership, character, scholarship, and service, provided College and Career Nights for the aid of N.D. upperclassmen. President .Judy Fournie Vice-President .Karen Smith Secretary .Mary Beth Bauer Treasurer ..Jackie Lugge Moderator .S. Lorita 83 Notre Dame School Board Our Favorite People What is the Notre Dame family withou t its fathers, mothers, and service staff? Our favorite people sponsored some of our favorite events of the year. No Notre Dame student will forget the Christmas reindeer and the Mothers in uniform. The Alumnae had its Alice in Wonderland Party for the very young and Ring Day for seniors. The fathers re- cruited donations for their flea market. And day after day we were helped by the smiles and efforts of those who kept our school running. 84 J R. S R. O U T I N G For the first time in years the Junior-Se¬ nior Picnic moved back on campus. A wiener roast began the enjoyable after- noon which was spent playing football and volleyball, along with other activities. The Juniors treated their Senior guests by per- forming skits interspersed with Sunny-Fun- nies. The day was ended with the Seniors’ spontaneous hoky-poky. 86 page pageantry pantomime parents peace peanuts pensive péril perplexing perky question queue quiet quit quiz quota rainbow realist reduce rejoice retreat rock Paper Drive Mountains of paper—news- papers, magazines, cardboard boxes, and even ice cream wrappers—formed the giant bundle that enabled seniors to win the compétitive paper drive. The defeated sophomores were penalized with presenting lunches to the victorious se¬ niors. Rivalry was forgotten on one afternoon, however, and girls from ail four classes banded together as they loaded the soggy papers onto the truck. P.E. From jumping jacks accompanied by complaining cracks, to powerhouse serves and frantic n erves, to skillful walkers who are more than talkers, to soaring heights over the horse in flight, we were never allowed to sit, because our P.E. class was meant to be fit. 89 Prom “A Time For Us” . . . and what a time it was. The médi¬ éval castles of the Capulets and Montagues came to life with candlelit tables, a throne, and a draw-bridge leading to refreshments. The dreams of romance were no longer denied, thanks to the many long hours dedicated to a fabulous Senior Prom. 90 Quips Clips 1. “You thought you could get away, heh!” 2. What money? 3. “Oh you guys!” 4. The face behind the mask. 5. “The blotches are overcoming me!” 6. “Would you believe I won the 100 yard dash?” 7. “I keep telling you l’m not from ND!” 8. “My girdle is killing me!” 9. “Don’t think you’re pulling the wool over my eyes.” 10. “Eat your hearts out, girls.” 11. “Yunh-nh-nh!” 12. “Oh dear! " 13. Remember what happened to Caesar. 14. “Oh you didn’t?” 15. Never trust an Irishman honorary or otherwise. 16. “Yoga is my bag.” 17. “You do it my way, see!” 92 Read-A-Wee Editor-in-Chief. . . Lerinda Luecking Page Editors . . . Karla Veath, Jo Nast, Sandy Schuff, Elaine Neff, Pat Parker, Sherri Striek- er, Pat Bassler, Dorothy Boyer, Mary Kay Veto, Judy Fournie, and Kathy Gifford. 95 Retreat You’ll never walk alone when you walk with friends. And we dis- covered friends we never knew at the King’s House Senior Retreat. Chief among these were God, each other, and the Super Staff— Father Nally, Father Jim, Father Wayne, and Jerry Pettie. 96 Recollection Days More than a break in the usual routine, this year’s Days of Recollection added the Visual to the audio and opened new ave¬ nues to prayer, discussion, and thought. Fathers Zachmann, Voss, and Rohr be- came our “friends for a day” and there- after. 97 Religion Religion has become a happening this year at the Academy. Slogans, banners, songs, and discus¬ sions helped convey the inner feelings that the religion department brought to light. Concele- brated Masses were shared as the students were brought doser together. 98 saga sagacity sandwich scheme scholarly scribble see sense Shakespeare side-splitting snowflake sports talk tangle tease teach term papers thanks undaunted understand unity utopia Sciences Anyone who enjoyed working with worms, crayfish, formulas, théories, or experi- ments was always at home in the science labs. Discovery was the name of the game. Members of the newly formed Science and Math Club extended their knowledge through enjoyable after-school investiga¬ tions. 100 Social Studies Horizons expanded through interesting so¬ cial studies classes of World History, Amer¬ ican History, European History and Geog- raphy. This department also featured a pro- gram of distinguished guest speakers. Fu¬ ture voters heard such lecturers as Paul Si¬ mon, Lieutenant Governor; James Keeh- ner, Assistant Attorney General and promi¬ nent lawyers from this area. Sodality A day with the postulants kicked off the school year for the Sodality. From there, they sponsored Masses for the school and made centerpieces for the holidays at Scott Air Force Base. May Day rounded out the year on a happy note as the So¬ dality concluded an eventful year. President .Pat Dahm Vice-President .Ginny Thouvenot Secretary .Elaine Schaefer Treasurer .Pam Dahm _ 102 Speech Great talent emerged from the Conservatory workshop this year. Pantomimists had no prob- lem communicating; the SS Bryan (on the back porch) held unsurpassed drama; and BelleviIle kiddies laughed and screamed through three half-hour showings of “Snow White.” The speech classes were heard from. 103 m O Ol-oOco Belinda Bauer Marsha Bohley Loretta Brisk Diane Calais Anne Corcorcan Sharon Driscoll Pamela French Margie Gass Betty Gravot Terry Hamilton M 2 Mary Hasenstab Mary Hemann Barb Huebner Mary Koesterer Nora Landgraf Diane Meirink Lynn Moore Missing: Marva Leasure Judith Nast Cindy Newman Ann Ondercho Marilyn Pisetta S O P H R E Sue Romanitis Sue Rule Jane Schomber Carolyn Schuff Jeanne Shetterly Linda Stanley Nancy Straubinger Claudia Tonsi Clare Vandewater Wendy Wade Chris Walker Peggy Wright 105 Mary Azar Deanna Buescher Bobbie Farris Cecilia Bauer Jeanne Cléments Mary Fritz Kathleen Boyer Tina Crisio Barbara Goetter S O P H O M O R E M 3 Joan Mary Hartleb Guetterman Linda Laquet Dianne Kubicki Donna Herbert Kathy Kitchen Mary Norma Mueller Messbarger 106 Patricia Neff Anna Rosciglione Debra Nimmo Mary Scheibel Monica Oison Marsha Schoenborn Mary Ann Palmer Linda Seaman Cindy Reynolds Celeste Sonnenberg S O P H O M O R E M 3 Elaine Szewczyck Mary Vollmer Jean Tinoco Vera Troney Karen Wilson Cathy Zink 107 SOPHOMORE M4 Mary Jane Mary Ann Debbie Bretsch Marianne Linda Collins Colleen Costello Bankston Boeving Burniski Dorothy Demick Sue Fournie Linda Grant Mary Ann Hartmann Frances Gamble Mary Kay Hebenstreit Debbie Heisler Mary Hoffman Charlotte Maureen Lamb Koesterer SOPHOMORE M4 Mary Jo Marilyn Molinar Beverly Nadler Matthews Debbie Rist Joan Schifferdecker Nancy Senzel Sue Sonnenberg Janie Stivers TheresaTolar Marcia Tyson Alice Winkeler 109 Rebecca Allen Carolyn Bauer Paula Boul Bonnie Browy Colleen Canavan Deborah Eilering Joyce Frerker Mary Jo Giedeman Denise Grimm SOPHOMORE M7 Cheryl Hanna Teresa Hayes Gail Henne Catherine Jurashan Janet Kreher Mary Langan 110 Susan Meirink Michèle Mueller Marsha Nebel Jeanne Newton Kathy Orlet Janice Renneker Janet Ronan Anne Schaefer Judy Schobert Madonna Schwartz Mary Ann Smith SOPHOMORE M7 Peggy Stauder Margaret Sternau Cindy Strumberg Christine Traub Linda Villemain Mary Warhoover Lynn Zipfel 111 Student Council Student Council Officers: C. Hipskind A. Tognarelli S. Toennies J. Wenzel S. Fritsch Student Council Board: P. Moehle, M. O’Malley, B. Biehl, S. Boeshart. (Missing: C. Sternau). 112 Student Council The Student Council was alive this year in every sense of the word. The paper drive, new traffic régulations, and especially Student Council Week with its ice-cream, student lounge and Powers model exemplified heartfelt enthusiasm. Student Coun¬ cil Elections did something for everyone as did Mary ND—the joy and tears of ail of it. President .Annette Tognarelli Vice-President .Suzy Fritsch Recording Secretary .Jeanne Wenzel Corresponding Secretary .Carol Hipskind Treasurer .Suzy Toennies Moderators .Sister Joyce Ann Sister Pamela 113 Future Nurses Association President .Debbie Schneider Vice President .Sharon Brunsmann Secretary .Mary Welle Treasurer .Mary Kay Hebenstreit Moderator .Sister Marie Léo Toward the Future For career-minded individuals who had a set goal in life, Future Nurses and Future Teachers Clubs gave excellent opportun¬ ités for expérience as well as Personal fu Ifi II ment. Visiting various hospitals in the area and hosting numerous activities in school and in the community, each club “did its own thing”. Future Teachers of America President .Mary Ann Kaiser Vice President .Paula Brisk Secretary .Teresa Schinner Treasurer .Nancy Paule Moderator .Sister Mary Myles Tri-M The Tri-M was both seen and heard from this year: seen at con¬ certs and plays in the area and heard at the first joint outdoor concert of the Belleville h i gh schools. President .... Debbie Schwartz Vice-President .... Cathy Galvin Secretary .Joan Saia Treasurer .Pat Welzbacher Historian .Claudia Tonsi Moderator . . . Sister Mary Ann 115 The Unsinkable Molly Brown Molly Brown_Joan Saia •Monsignor Ryan .... DickCoiloton It looked extremely rocky for the Molly gang that day The snow stood six foot deep With but one month until the play. Two practices were called off With none to take their place But when they started up again It was at a faster pace. The choruses would practice hard And sometimes weren’t too bad, The royalty tried looking regai Though not yet richly clad. The dancers hopped and bounced and crossed And hoped to gain some grâce. The understudies memorized To be ready just in case. Now Buttercup did learn to walk To make herself look old, While Molly’s walk was one that fit A character who’s bold. And Gladys tried to move like one Who’s vain yet dignified Meanwhile Johnny did just fine No matter what he tried. 117 A straggling few got up to go And leave our happy show But we found some to take their place We even found an écho. So on our stricken multitude no Death-like silence sat We’d overcome ail obstacles Like the cat who ate the rat. January thirty-first was Just around the bend And ail of us worked anxiously to try To make things blend The lights were setting on the floor The sky did not arrive And yet our spirit was not down It was very much alive. 118 Oh somewhere in this favored land The sun is shining bright The band is playing somewhere And somewhere hearts are light And somewhere men are laughing And somewhere children call That place is here in Belleville— Right in Regina Hall. 119 vacation valedictory valiant variegated venturesome verse vibrate volley volunteers wait warm weather week welcome whimsical whisper worry wonder x-ray xenophobia xylophone Vocalists The Chorus and Sextet practiced musical skills in regular classes and in extra rehearsals. Hard work and concentration improved their natural talents. Sextet. . . Joani Saia Diane Buehlhorn Kathy Murphy Sue Reime Nancy Paule Janet Wilson Accompanist. . . Janice Steckler 122 They demonstrated these abilities in the Christmas and Spring Concerts, the Althoff festival, and programs at Rock High School, Fontbonne Col¬ lege, and the Shrine of Our Lady of Snows. NRTIONFL MUS C WEEK 123 Volleyball There were no winners and no losers where the glory came in the playing, but the seniors of A102 did manage cheerfully to cop a first place ribbon. Juniors of Al and seniors of Al 15 laid claim to sec¬ ond and third places respectively. Third place. Seniors Al 15. 124 Who ' s Who GAIL AGNE ... St. Luke; G AA 1,2,3,4; Teachers’ Aide 1; JCL 1 MARSHA ALLDREDGE ... St. Stephen; G AA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1 ; French Club 3 AUDREY AMES . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3,4; Dra- ma Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2; Cheerleader 3; Homeroom Officer 3—Sec. DEBBIE BARMANN ... St. Stephen; GAA 1,2,3.4—Rep.; Library Guild 2.3,4; Spanish Club 1 PAT BASSLER ... St. Mary; GAA 1; Tri-M 1; CSMC 1,2; Student Council 1; Quill Scroll 3,4; Read-a-Wee 3.4; Teachers ' Aide 1 ; Sodality 1,2 CATHY BAUER ... St. Mary; Teachers’ Aide 1,2; Spanish Club 1,3,4—Près. MARY BETH BAUER . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,3,4; NHS 2,3— Très., 4—Sec.; Library Guild 4; Drama Club 4; Sodality 1, 2; JCL 1 ; Homeroom Officer 1—Très.; 1970 Salutatorian NANCY BECHERER ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,3; NHS 4; Span¬ ish Club 1,2 MARY BECKER . . . Cathédral; GAA 1; NHS 4; CSMC 1; Spanish Club 1 DENISE BEHNEN . . . St. Henry; GAA 1,2,3,4 BECKY BELZ . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1—V.-Pres., 2; Homeroom Officer 2—Près., 3— Près.; Class Officer President MARY ANN BERKEL ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2; Sodality 1,2; Homeroom Officer 1— Sec. BARB BIEHL . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1,2; CSMC 2; Student Council Board; Teachers ' Aide 4; Sodality 1.2; Spanish Club 1,2,3.4; Homeroom Officer 1—Sec., 3—Près. GAYLE BIEKERT . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1.2; Homeroom Officer 1—Sec.. 2— Très., 3—Sec., 4—Près. SANDY BIETSCH ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2,3,4; NHS 4; Cheer¬ leader 2 DONNA BILLHARTZ . . . St. Teresa; GAA 1,2 SUE BOESHART ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,2,3; NHS 4; Student Council 1, Board; Read-a-Wee 1,2; Sodality 1,2; JCL 1; Homeroom Officer 1—Sec. DOROTHY BOYER ... St. Philip; GAA 1,2,3,4; CSMC 1,2; Read-a-Wee 3,4; Library Guild 4; Sodality 1,2; JCL 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4; Homeroom Officer 4—Sec. CINDY BRAUN ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2,3,4; NHS 4; CSMC 1 ; Yearbook Staff 2; Sodality 1,2 PAULA BRISK ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,2,3,4; Tri-M 1; FTA 3— Sec-Tres., 4—V.-Pres.; Drama Club 3; Sodality 3; Span¬ ish Club 1,2 MARCIA BROUGH ... St. Augustine; GAA 1,2,4; Tri-M 1; CSMC 2,3—Très., 4; Library Guild 4 MARY BRUEGGEMAN ... St. Luke; GAA 1,2,3,4—Près.; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1,2; Homeroom Officer 1—Sec., 2— Sec. CATHY BRUNS ... St. Peter Paul; GAA 1; Tri-M 1; CSMC 1,2; Read-a-Wee 3 SHARON BRUNSMANN ... St. Teresa; GAA 1.2,3,4; NHS 4; FNA 2,3—Très.. 4—V.-Pres.; Library Guild 2,3 MARY BRUTTO ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,2; CSMC 1,2—Très.. 3—V.-Pres. PATTI BURTON ... St. Henry; GAA 1.2,3; Library Guild 1.2, 3,4; Sodality 1 SUE BUSEKRUS ... St. Stephen; GAA 1; Tri-M 1,2; Span¬ ish Club 2,3 CAROLYN CAMPBELL . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3—Rep., NHS 4; CSMC 2; Library Guild 2,3,4; Teachers’ Aide 2; Sodality 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2; Homeroom Officer 3—Très. MARY CARTER ... St. Augustine; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1,2; CSMC 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1,2; French Club 3; Homeroom Officer 2—V.- Pres., 3—Sec.. 4—V.-Pres. PATTY CLARK . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1; NHS 3,4; CSMC 1,2,3; Library Guild 1,2,3,4; Teachers Aide 2,3; Drama Club 3,4; JCL 3,4—Près.; Homeroom Of¬ ficer 3—Très. KATIE CONSTANCE . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3; CSMC 2.3;Yearbook Staff 3; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1 JACKIE CRAWFORD . . . St. Teresa NORA CRONIN ... St. Patrick; GAA 1—Rep., 2,3—Rep., 4—T res. CAROLYN DAHM . . . Corpus Christi BARB DIEHL . . . Cathédral; GAA 1.2,3,4; Tri-M 1; NHS 3,4; Teachers ' Aide 2,3; Sodality 1,2; Homeroom Officer 1 — V.-Pres., 2—Sec., 4—Sec. FRAN DONE ... St. Stephen; CSMC 1 CAROL ESCHENFELDER . . . Cathédral; GAA 1; Library Guild 3; Drama Club 3; Spanish Club 4 MARY LOU FEDER . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3 NANCY FEHLKER ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Yearbook Staff 3.4—Editor; Sodality 1,2; JCL 1,2; French Club 3; Cheerleader 2,3 MARCIA FERGUSON . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2; NHS 4; Drama Club 3,4; Sodality 1,2; JCL 1,2; French Club 3 PAT FITZPATRICK ... St. Stephen; GAA 1,2; Library Guild 1,2,3 JUDY FOURNIE ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2,3; NHS 2,3—V.-Pres., 4—Près.; Quill Scroll 3,4; Read-a-Wee 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1.2; French Club 3 SUSIE FRITSCH . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3,4; Stu¬ dent Council 1,4—V.-Pres.; Yearbook Staff 2,3,4; Drama Club 3.4; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1,2—Près.; Homeroom Of¬ ficer 3—Près. LINDA GAIN . . . Cathédral; Spanish Club 1 PAM GALLAGHER . . . Holy Childhood; Transferred from Red River High School 3; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 4; Student Council 1; Drama Club 2; French Club 2; Homeroom Offi¬ cer 4—Sec. BARB GANTNER ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,2; Library Guild 2. 3,4; Teachers ' Aide 2,3 KATHY GIFFORD . . . Scott Air Force Base; GAA 1,2; Tri-M 1; NHS 3,4; Quill Scroll 4—Sec.; Read-a-Wee 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Sodality 1,2—Sec.; JCL 1,2 DEBBIE GOALBY ... St. Teresa; GAA 1—Rep., 2,3,4; NHS 4; French Club 3 MARY ELIZABETH GRAHAM . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3,4; Tri-M 1,2; CSMC 1,2,3—Sec., 4—Près.; Quill Scroll 1; Read-a-Wee 1; Library Guild 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; French Club 3 JEAN GRIMMER ... St. Mary; GAA 1.2; Read-a-Wee 3.4; Sodality 1 ; Spanish Club 4 PAT GUETTERMAN . . . Cathédral; GAA 2,3,4; Sodality 1 MARLENE GUYAR ... St. Teresa CAROL HAAS . . . Queen of Peace; GAA 1,2,3.4; Tri-M 1; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1,2 RITA SUE HAAS . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2.3; Sodality 1; Cheerleader 1,3,4—Près. JO ANN HABICH ... St. Augustine; GAA 2; FNA 3; Li¬ brary Guild 2.3.4; Sodality 3; French Club 3 JUDY HALL ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2; FTA 3,4; Read-a-Wee 1,2; Library Guild 1,2,3,4; Teacher s Aide 3; Drama Club 3; Spanish Club 1 PAT HANLON . . .St. Stephen; GAA 1 ; Spanish Club 1 LYNDA HEIEN ... SS. Peter Paul; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1,2; Drama Club 3; Spanish Club 2—Sec. DANA HENNE . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1; CSMC 1,2,3; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1,2,3; Spanish Club 2; Cheerleader 1,3—Capt., 4; Homeroom Officer 4—V.- Pres. DEBBIE HEUMANN ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2,3—rep., 4—rep.; Drama Club 3,4 DEBBIE HILL ... St. Henry; GAA 1; Library Guild 1; Teach¬ ers Aide 1 ; Sodality 1 Who ' s Who CAROL HIPSKIND . . . Bl essed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3,4; CSMC 2,3; Student Council 1,2,4—Corr.-Sec.; Yearbook Staff 2; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1,2 PAT HROMADKA . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3; CSMC 2; So¬ dality 1,2; Homeroom Officer 1—Près. MARY PAT HYLTON . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3; NHS 4; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1,2; JCL 1 MARY ANN KAISER ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2,4; FTA 3—V.- Pres., 4—Près.; Library Guild 1 ; Teacher’s Aide 3 PAT KANAK ... St. Luke; GAA 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1 ; JCL 1 CHRIS KASSLY . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3,4; Tri- M 1,2; CSMC 1,2,3,4; FNA 2; Student Council 2; Read-a- Wee 1,2; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1,2; French Club 3; Homeroom Officer 1—Très., 4—Très. CHRISTY KASTEL ... St. Teresa; GAA 1.2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 1,2,3,4; Tri-M 1; Teacher’s Aide 1,2; Drama Club 3,4; Sodality 1,2,3; Homeroom Officer 1—Près., 2—Près., 3— V.-Pres., 4—Class Secretary TERRI KEHRER ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1,2; Drama Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2 ELAINE KOESTERER . . . St. Teresa; GAA 1,2,3,4 WENDY KREITNER ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2,3—Sec., 4; CSMC 3; Spanish Club 1,2 MARY LYNN KUSIOR ... St. Stephen JOYCE LAESSER ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2,3; FNA 3 KATHY LINCOLN . . . SS. Peter Paul; Transferred from North Junior High—3 NANCY LISCH ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2,3,4—V.-Pres.; Read-a-. Wee 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3 KATHY LUCASH ... St. Joseph; GAA 1,2,3,4; CSMC 2; Sodality 1,2; Cheerleader 1,4; Homeroom Officer 2—Sec., 3—Près., 4—Près. LERINDA LUECKING ... St. Joseph; GAA 1,2,3; NHS 4; Quill Scroll 3,4—V.-Pres.; Read-a-Wee 2,3,4—Editor; JCL 3—Sec., 4 JEAN LUGGE . . . Cathédral; GAA 1—rep., 2,3.4; NHS 4; FNA 3,4; Library Guild 4; Sodality 1; JCL 1; Cheerleader 1,2—Capt., 3,4; Homeroom Officer 4—Très. CAROL MABRY ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,3,4; Tri-M 1,2; Li¬ brary Guild 2,3,4 CHRISTY MANK ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2; CSMC 1,2,3; FNA 3; Drama Club 4; Sodality 1 ; Homeroom Officer 1—Sec. MARY JANE MANSFIELD . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1, 2,3,4; Tri-M 1,2; NHS 4; CSMC 1,2,3; Read-a-Wee 1,2,3,4; Library Guild 2; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1,2; French Club 3; Homeroom Officer 1—Près., 3—V.-Pres. DONNA MARGIOTTA . . . Cathédral; GAA 4 CHRIS MATTEA ... St. Stephen; GAA 1; Library Guild 2.3 MARILYN MAUCH ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2,3,4; CSMC 1,2; Yearbook Staff 2; Library Guild 2,3; Drama Club 4; So¬ dality 1 ; Spanish Club 1,2 JANET MAZZETTA . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3; Student Council 1; Library Guild 2; Sodality 1,2; Spanish Clubl PAT McCAULEY ... SS. Peter Paul; GAA 1.2,3; Tri-M 1; NHS 4; CSMC 1,2; Yearbook Staff 4; Read-a-Wee 1,2; JCL 1,2 KATHY McDonald . . . St. Mary; GAA 1,2,3,4; Tri-M 1; So¬ dality 1 PAULA McQUILLAN ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2,3,4; CSMC 1; Yearbook Staff 2; Library Guild 3,4; Sodality 1,2 JO MEBOLD ... St. Henry; Transferred from St. Teresa’s Academy—2; GAA 1,2,3; CSMC 1; Library Guild 2,3; Teacher’s Aide 1 ; Drama Club 1,4 MAUREEN MEIRINK . . . Cathédral; GAA 2 RUTH MENSING ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1; NHS 4; FNA 2,3,4; Library Guild 2,3; Spanish Club 1 SUSAN MESSBARGER . . . Cathédral; Transferred from Belleville Township East 3; GAA 1 ; Spanish Club 1 JOAN MEYER . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3,4; Teachers ' Aide 3; Spanish Club 1,3,4—Sec.; Cheerleader 3,4 MARY MEYER . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2.3.4; NHS 4; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1 ; JCL 1 PAT MILLER . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3; CSMC 2,3; Teach- ers ' Aide 2; Spanish Club 2 BARB MILTON. . . St. Stephen; GAA 1.2,3.4; CSMC 1 DEBBIE MODGLIN . . . Cathédral; CSMC 2.3; Teachers’ Aide 3 PAT MOEHLE . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3,4; NHS 4; Student Council Board; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1,2; French Club 3; Cheerleader 1,2; Homeroom Officer 1—V.-Pres.. 2—Sec., 3— Près.; Mary ND 1970 PAT MOORE ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2—Rep., 3,4 ANN MUELLER ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2; Read-a-Wee 3; Spanish Club 1,2—Très. CATHY MUREN ... St. Teresa; FNA 3,4; Library Guild 3,4 KATHY MURPHY . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3,4; Tri- M 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; CSMC 1; Drama Club 3; Sextet 3,4; JCL 1—Très., 2—Sec., Homeroom Officer 3—Très., 4— Près. JEAN NAST ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1; Library Guild 1 ; Sodality 1 JO ANN NAST ... St. Joseph; GAA 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; CSMC 2; Quill Scroll 4; Read-a-Wee 4; Drama Club 3,4 —Très.; Sodality 1,2; French Club 3—Près. ELAINE NEFF ... St. Agatha; GAA 1,2; Read-a-Wee 4; Library Guild 3 JEAN OBERNDORFER . . . St. Henry; GAA 2,3,4 MELISSA O MALLEY . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1; NHS 4; Student Council 2. Board; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Drama Club 3—Sec.; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1,2; Home¬ room Officer 1—V.-Pres. ELAINE ORSA . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3; Read-a-Wee 1,4; Library Guild 2,3,4; Sodality 1 PAT PARKER ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2.3; CSMC 2; Quill Scroll 4; Read-a-Wee 3,4; Teachers Aide 1; Drama Club 1,3,4—V.-Pres.; Sodality 1 NANCY PAULE . . . Cathédral; GAA 1; CSMC 1,2; FTA 4— Très.; Read-a-Wee 3; Teachers’ Aide 3; Drama Club 4; Sextet 3,4; Spanish Club 2 MARY PAULEY ... St. Teresa; GAA 1; Sodality 1,2.3; Home¬ room Officer 2—Sec., 3—V.-Pres., 4—Sec. KATHY PISETTA ... St. Peter Paul; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1; Library Guild 2,3; Spanish Club 2.3 JAN PISTRUI ... St. Peter Paul; Tri-M 1; NHS 3,4; Li¬ brary Guild 4; Spanish Club 4; Homeroom Officer 2—Sec. JANEPOIROT. . . St. Mary; GAA 1,2,4 MARNIE RADER ... St. Agatha; GAA 1—Rep., 2; Library Guild 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 2—Près., 3—Très., 4— Près. DONNA RAUCH ... St. Joseph; GAA 1,2,3; Teachers’ Aide 4 ROSIE REEB . . . Cathédral; GAA 1; NHS 4, Library Guild 4; Teachers’ Aide 3; JCL 1,2; Homeroom Officer 1—Très., 4— V.-Pres.; 1970 Valedictorian JAN REINKEMEYER . . . Cathédral JERRI REIS . . . Immaculate Conception; GAA 1.2,3,4; CSMC 1,2; Teachers ' Aide 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2.4 NINA RENNER ... St. Joseph; GAA 1,2,3,4; CSMC 2; So¬ dality 1 ; Cheerleader 1 ; Homeroom Officer 4—Très. PATTI RENSING . . . Cathédral; Spanish Club 1 ANN MARIE RISMAN ... St. Peter Paul; GAA 1; CSMC 1,2 FARRA ROSCIGLIONE ... St. Luke; GAA 1,2,3; Quill Scroll 3; Read-a-Wee 3; Drama Club 2,3 CINDY ROTH . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1; Read-a- Wee 3,4; Sodality 1 ; Spanish Club 1,2,3 YVONNE RUSSELL ... St. Peter Paul; Transferred from Willmington Jr. High 1 SHIRLEY SABO ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,2—Rep., 3—Rep.; Homeroom Officer 1—Très. JOAN SAIA . . . Cathédral; Tri-M 1,2,3—V.-Pres., 4—Sec.; Who ' s Who NHS 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Sextet 3,4 HOLLY SCHAEFER . . . Corpus Christi; GAA 2 TERESA SCHINNER . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2; Tri-M 1,2; NHS 4; FTA 2—Historian, 3,4; JCL 1,2 DEBBY SCHNEIDER ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2,3,4; NHS 4; FNA 2,3—V.-Pres.. 4—Près.; Teachers ' Aide 1; Sodality 1 BECKY SCHNEIDER ... St. Philips; GAA 1,2,3,4; Library Guild 1,2,3 SANDY SCHUFF . . . Cathédral; NHS 4; Read-a-Wee 4; So¬ dality 1; JCL 3—T res.. 4—Sec. BARB SCHULTE . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3,4—Rep.; Library Guild 2,3; Sodality 1 ; Spanish Club 1 DEBBIE SCHWARTZ ... St. Mary; Tri-M 1,2,3—Historian, 4—Près.; NHS 2,3,4; JCL 3,4; Cheerleader 2 MARY ALICE SEHR ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,4; Tri-M 1; FNA 3,4; Library Guild 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1 DORSALLE SIMPSON ... St. Stephen; NHS 4; JCL 3—V.- Pres., 4 MARY HELEN SMITH . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3; Drama Club 3,4; Cheerleader 3; Homeroom Officer 1—Sec., 3— Sec., 4—Très. MARLENE SOBCZAK . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3,4 CHRIS STAUDER ... St. Teresa; GAA 1 ; FNA 2,3,4 JAN STECKLER . . . Cathédral; GAA 1; Tri-M 1,2,3,4—Très.; Sextet 3,4 MARTHA STELLING . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3 CATHY STERNAU ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,2,3; NHS 4; Stu- dent Council 3,4—Board; Yearbook Staff 2,3,4; Read-a- Wee 1; Library Guild 2.3; Teachers’ Aide 1; Homeroom Of¬ ficer 1—Près., 2—Près.; 1970 Mission Queen LINDA STIVERS ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2,3; CSMC 1,2; So¬ dality 1,2; JCL 1,2; Homeroom Officer 1—V.-Pres. SHERRY STRIECKER ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Student Council 2,3; Quill Scroll 3,4; Read-a-Wee JUDY STRUBE ... St. Teresa; NHS 4; CSMC 1; Teachers ' Aide 1 ; Drama Club 3.4 DEBBIE SULLIVAN ... St. Luke; GAA 1,2,3—Rep., 4—Rep.; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1,2; JCL 1,2; Homeroom Officer 2 —Sec. CINDY SWITALA . . . Cathédral; GAA 1,2,3,4; Tri-M 1,2; CSMC 1,2,3 CHRIS SZABLOWSKI . . . Queen of Peace; GAA 1; Quill Scroll 1,2; Drama Club 3,4—Près.; Sodality 1,2; Home¬ room Officer 1—Près. KAREN SZEWCZYK . . . Holy of Childhood of Jésus; GAA 1,2,3,4; Tri-M 1,2; CSMC 1.2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Sodality 1,2; French Club 3 SUE TOENNIES ... St. Ma ry; GAA 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3,4—Très.; Sodality 1,2,3; JCL 1; Homeroom Officer 1 — Très., 2_V.-Pres. ANNETTE TOGNARELLI ... St. Peter Paul; GAA 1,2; NHS 2,3,4; CSMC 1; Student Council 2,3,4—Près.; Sodal¬ ity 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 1—Près. DIANE TONIES ... St. Stephen; CSMC 1; Student Council 4; Homeroom Officer 3—V.-Pres. DEBBIE TRUE. . . Cathédral; GAA 1 KARLA VEATH ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2,3,4; CSMC 1,2; FNA 3; Quill Scroll 3,4—Près.; Read-a-Wee 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Sodality 1,2—Très.; French Club 3—V.-Pres., 4 DEBBIE VERGES . . . St. Henry MARY KAY VETO ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2,3,4; Tri-M 1,3,4; Quill Scroll 3,4; Read-a-Wee 2,3,4; Library Guild 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2 NANCY VIERHELLER ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,2,3; Tri-M 1; CSMC 1,2; Yearbook Staff 2,3,4; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1,2; JCL 1,2; Cheerleader 2 MARY VOSS ... St. Teresa; GAA 1,2,3,4; NHS 3.4; CSMC 2; Teacher’s Aide 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Sodality 1; Home¬ room Officer 2—Très.. 3—Très.. 4—V.-Pres. PEGGY WADE ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2,3,4 JETTA WAGNER ... St. Henry; Transferred from Notre Dame High School, St. Louis—2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Tri-M 1; FTA 3,4; FNA 2; Library Guild 2,4; Teachers Aide 4; Drama Club 3; Sodality 1 MARY ELEANOR WALLER . . . Blessed Sacrament; Trans¬ ferred from St. Teresa Academy—3; Student Council 2.4; Drama Club 1,2,4; JCL 1,2 VICKY WEINRICH ... St. Mary; GAA 1,2,3,4; FNA 2; Year¬ book Staff 3,4; Library Guild 1,2,3,4; Sodality 1 ; JCL 1,2 MARY WELLE ... St. Luke; FNA 2,3,4—Sec.; Library Guild 3; Teacher’s Aide 1 JEANNE WENZEL ... St. Mary; GAA 1,3; Tri-M 1; NHS 2, 3,4; Student Council 4—Rec. Sec.; Yearbook Staff 3; Read-a-Wee 4; Library Guild 4; Drama Club 3,4; Cheer¬ leader 2; Homeroom Officer 2—V.-Pres.. 3—V.-Pres. BARBARA WILHELM ... St. Mary; GAA 2,3,4; CSMC 1; Library Guild 1,2,3,4 JUDY WINTER ... St. Joseph; Transferred to St. Joseph Academy. Des Moines.lowa—3; GAA 1,2,4; Student Coun¬ cil 4; Sodality 1,2; Homeroom Officer 1—V.-Pres.. 2—V.- Pres. MARY WISSEHR . . . Cathédral; GAA 2,3,4; CSMC 1; Li¬ brary Guild 2,3,4; Drama Club 4; JCL 1 CHRIS WOBBE. . . SS. Peter Paul; Spanish Club 1,2 MARIELLEN WOLF ... St. Henry; GAA 1,2,3,4; NHS 4; CSMC 1; Student Council 1,3.4; Yearbook Staff 2; Sodal¬ ity 1,2; JCL 1,2; Cheerleader 2; Homeroom Officer 2— Près. CINDY WUEBBELS . . . Cathédral; GAA 2,3,4; Tri-M 1; NHS 3,4 PAM WURTH . . . Blessed Sacrament; GAA 1,2; CSMC 1,2; Drama Club 3; Sodality 2—Près., 3—Sec.; French Club 3 MARY ZACHARSKI ... St. Mary MARILYN ZIKA ... St. Mary; Library Guild 4; Drama Club 4 GAA—Girls Athletic Association Tri-M—Modem Music Masters NHS—National Honor Society CSMC—Catholic Students Mission Crusade FTA—Future Teachers of America FNA—Future Nurses of America JCL—Junior Classical League yawn yard years yell yellow yield youth yoga yodel Yule zany zeal zénith zéphyr zéro zest zigzag zip zoo zoom Yearbook Staff Editor-in-chief .Nancy Fehlker Junior editor .Ann Schiebel Layout editor .Cathy Sternau Copy editor .Christy Kastel Photography editor .Mary Carter Business editors .Métissa O’Malley Susie Fritsch Sophomore staff .Mary Ann Hartmann Alice Winkeler Moderators .Sister Rita Marie Sister Raynald 130 YEARBOOK SUPPORTERS Signal Hill Pharmacy, Inc. John T. McDiermon, R. Ph., Près. PRESCRIPTIONS LOVE and YARDLEY Cosmetics AUTHORIZED ZENITH HEARING DEALER 8800 West Main St., Belleville, III. Phone 397-2828 BELLEVILLE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION J. C. AUFFENBERG 1001 South Illinois Street FORD L. R. McKINLEY SONS, INC. 512 West Main Street CHEVROLET O. C. JOSEPH, INC. 223 West Main Street CHRYSLER DODGE IMPERIAL IMPORTED CARS WAGNER MOTOR CAR COMPANY North Belt West BUICK ST. CLAIR MOTORS L15 East “A” Street MERCURY LINCOLN EDWARD MUTTO AUTO SALES, INC. 517 South Illinois Street RAMBLER MEYER BROTHERS AUTO COMPANY 335 West Main Street PONTIAC MEYER OLDSMOBILE 4320 West Main Street OLDSMOBILE JOE SPERINO CO. 5000 West Main Street PLYMOUTH ‘VALIANT TRIUMPH‘JAGUAR PHOTOGRAPHERS 7401 State Street East St. Louis, Illinois 397-4021 PRIZE-WINNING PHOTOGRAPHS LLOYD’S RENTALS SALES 6401 West Main, Belleville, III. 398-0500 VOSS PATTERN WORKS 123 lowa Avenue Belleville, Illinois BRONZE ALUMINUM PLAQUES—ENGRAVING 133 The SHKINE nf OUR LADY of rhe SNOWS Congratulâtes the 1970 Graduâtes of The Academy of Notre Dame With Our Ladv of the Snows as vour intercessor bet’ore Christ, Our Saviour, mav vour lives lx blessai and filial with happiness, good health and succcss. You are always welcome at the Shrine of Oui Lady of the Snow! As vou grow into woman- hood, bring your desires and problems to Mary. She, who “is ever the path to Christ,” will inter¬ cède for you. You hâve dedicated four vears of your life under the hanner of Notre Dame. She is your Mother. Bring vour pétitions to Mary with confidence. Pray for vour personal needs, but also remember the pétitions of others —ail thosc who hâve preceded you and are united under the banner of Notre Dame and the other thousands of Mary s children who hx k to hcr for hclp and encouragement. It pleases our Blessed Mother to see her children prav for each other, and because of your thoughtfulness and charitv. Mary will ask her Divine Son to grant your recjuests. As a voung woman of Notre Dame, she is your model and Mother. Corne to your Mother s Shrine as often as possible. NATIONAL SHRINE OF OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS Oblate Fathers Belle ville, Illinois WADE SQUARE TOM BOY No. 4 Wade Square BelleviIle, Illinois EMPIRE STOYE COMPANY MANUFACTUREES OF A COMPLETE LINE OF GAS HEATING APPLIANCES BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS AREA 618-233-7420 WELDON’S PrescriptionShoppeT 4527 West Main St. Belleville, III. Phone 234-8383 Mavrakos Candies 135 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1970 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BELLEVILLE ST. CLAIR NATIONAL BANK OF BELLEVILLE 136 FISCHER’S HYATTLODGE Fine Food . . . Excellent Service 2100 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois FRED M. KASTEL ELECTRICAL SUPPLY Serving Belleville Electrically for over 60 years We maintain the Largest and Most Exclusive Fixture Showrooms in Belleville Russell W. Kastel Madeline Kastel 201 West Main Street Phone: 233-0355 BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 137 PATRONS Bollmeier Hobby Shop Glenda’s Tropical Fish Melba’s Dress Shoppe Belleville Drapery Dr. Mrs. Kilian F. Fritsch Mueller Furniture Co. Rt. Rev. Louis F. Eli Jim and Carol Hoffmann Mr. Mrs. Paul M. Haas Cape Codder Libson Shops, Inc. Mr. Mrs. Edward O ' Malley Mr. Mrs. Marcellus Fehlker Rev. Walter E. MacPherson Neuner Sport Store HIDEG PHARMACY " PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS " Compliments Of M. J. SHADID Large Parking Lot—Delivery Service CO. Phone—398-4424 8601 West Main Street Phone: 398-4400 BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 62223 9200 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois 62223 ACCOUNTING AND TAX SERVICE 138 GailAgne MarshaAlldredge AudreyAmes DebbieBarmann PatBassler CathyBauer MaryBethBauer NancyBecherer MaryBecker DeniseBehnen BeckyBelz MaryBerkel BarbBiehl GayleBiekert SandyBietsch DonnaBillhartz SueBoeshart Dorothy Boyer CindyBraun PaulaBrisk MarciaBrough MaryBrueggeman CathyBruns SharonBrunsmann MaryBrutto PattiBurton SueBusekrus CarolynCampbell MaryCarter PattyClark KatieConstance JackieCrawford NoraCronin CarolynDahm BarbDiehl FrancesDone CarolEschenfelder MaryFeder Na ncyFelker MarciaFerguson PatFitzpatrick JudyFournie SusieFritsch LindaGain PamGallagher BarbGantner KathyGifford DebbieGoalby MaryGraham JeanGrimmer PatGuetterman MarleneGuyar CarolHaas RitaSueHaas JoannHabich JudyHall PatHanlon LyndaHeien DanaHenne DebbieHeumann DebbieHill CarolHipskind PatHromadka PatHylton MaryAnnKaiser PatKanak ChrisKassly ChristyKastel TerriKehrer ElaineKoesterer WendyKreitner MaryLynnKushior JoyceLaesser KathyLincoln NancyLisch KathyLucash LerindaLueking JeanLugge CarolMabry ChristyMank MaryMansfield DonnaMargiotta ChrisMattea MarilynMauch uo JanetMazzetta PatMcCauley KathyMcDonald PaulaMcQuillan JoMebold Maureen Meirink RuthMensing SueMessbarger JoanMeyer MaryMeyer PatMiller Barb Milton DebbieModglin PatMoehle PatMoore AnnMueller CathyMuren Kathy Murphy JeanNast JoNast ElaineNeff JeanOberndorfer MelissaO’Malley ElaineOrsa PatParker NancyPaule MaryPauley KathyPisetta JanPistrui JanePoirot MarnieRader DonnaRauch RosieReeb JanReinkemeyer JerriReis NinaRenner PattiRensing AnnMarieRisman FarraRosciglione CindyRoth RustyRussell ShirleySabo JoaniSaia HollieSchaefer TeresaSchinner DebbieSchneider BeckySchneider SandySchuff BarbSchulte DebbieSchwartz MaryAliceSehr DarsalleSimpson MaryHelenSmith MarleneSobczak ChrisStauder JaniceSteckler MarthaStelling CathySternau LindaStivers SherryStrieker JudyStrube DebbieSullivan CindySwitala ChrisSzablowski KarenSzewczyk SueToennies AnnetteTognarelli DianeTonies DebbieTrue KarlaVeath DebbieVerges MaryKayVeto NancyVieheller MaryVoss PeggyWade JettaWagner MaryEleanorWaller VickyWeinrich MaryWelle JeanneWenzel BarbWilhelm JudyWinter MaryWissehr ChrisWobbe MariellenWolf CindyWuebbels PamelaWurth MaryZacharski MarilynZika ‘SENIORS1970 ' SENIORS IN MEMORY OF MICHELE FROM THE SOPHOMORE CLASS Michèle Mueller “There will be no great monuments built in her honor. The memories of her smile, her cheerfulness, her fullness of activity will be the monument living on in our hearts as we pause from time to time to say a prayer in her behalf.” Class of ' 73 Remember Beth Ann Becker Leaves wither From the trees they fall There they lie Forgotten Are they? A life is snuffed No longer laughs and sings It’s ail over Forgotten Is it? It’s gone Forgotten Can it be? Our lives are filled with many things Gone but not forgotten Don’t you remember the painted leaves? Is your heart-felt song forgotten? Is a person you loved, so quickly forgotten; just because of death? A song passed from my lips Lingers, then drifts away Ail things are new in the memory of man, Ail they need is remembering Remember. . . . 143 COMPLIMENTS OF ED TRI BOUT CARNIVAL and HOLIDAY Supplies for Ail Occasions SCHLOSSER’S RESTAURANT Downtown CATERING TO CHURCHES, SCHOOLS and ORGANIZATIONS 1701 West Main Street Phone 234-0388 BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS ice cream candy good food 144 PAT GAUL REALTOR 234-1116 There’s no home like the one you own. OBLATE FATHER ' S AND BROTHER ' S KING’S HOUSE «f RETREATS North 66th Street Phone 397-0584 BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS Compliments of ACADEMY OF NOTRE DAME FATHERS’ FRIENDS’ CLUB s 1 Compliments of ST. MARY’S OF BELLEVILLE Joseph J. Orlet, Dean—Pastor Father John F. Klein— Assistant Pastor 233-2391 146 Rinderer’s Prescription Pharmacy N. Belt Lebanon Ave. Belleville, III. Monroe M. Rinderer, R. Ph. 234-3331 234-3332 BEL-0 COOLING HEATING, INC. Central Air Conditioning Sheet Métal In Belleville In O’Fallon 234-3310 632-5700 Paul Lugge Les Lugge HYATT’S DIAMOND SALON 128 E. Main St. Belleville, III. 235-3490 Specializing In Fine Diamonds Jewelry ARTCRAFT STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS Portraits Candid Weddings in color or black white 201 N. High Street Phone: 233-2253 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Zane’s Food Market “A " North Belt East Belleville, Illinois 62221 234-1677 Harriet’s Beauty Salon 1608 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois 233-8305 Roy’s One Stop 5810 West Main St. Belleville, Illinois 62223 Phone: 277-0086 Lester Braeutigam Orchard Rt. 1, Box 55 Belleville, Illinois 62221 234-7118 Jean s Uniforms 22 E. Main Street Belleville, Illinois 234-5766 Schmale Realtors and Insurers 223 East Main St. Belleville, Illinois 62222 The Children’s Shop 121 E. Main Street Belleville, Illinois 62220 234-0427 Marvin’s Caméra Mart 315 East Main St. Belleville, Illinois 233-4810 Southern Supply 650 Sherman. North Belt East Belleville, Illinois 62221 Phone: 233-4828 Dairy Queen 1500 North Illinois Swansea, Illinois 234-0694 J. C. Penney Co. 213 East Main St. Belleville, Illinois 233-0174 Town House Motel 400 S. Illinois St. Belleville, Illinois (618) 233-7881 Frillman Photographer 7607 West Main Street Belleville, Illinois 62223 397-5287 Marvin’s Caméra Mart 201 N. 47th St. Belleville, Illinois 234-3450 George Renner Sons Funeral Homes Belleville, Freeburg, Smithton, St. Libory, III. Gino s Pizza Restaurant 650 Carlyle Avenue Belleville, Illinois 234-2800 Roundtable Restaurant Route 157 Interstate 70 Collinsville, Illinois Phone: 344-5886 Diehl’s Jewelry 30 East Main Street Belleville, Illinois 233-0886 LIESE LUMBER OUR LADY CO. QUEEN OF Lumber, Millwork, Roofing PEACE 319 E. Main Street 234-0105 Belleville, Illinois South Belt Route and Luzerne Avenue Compliments of Rev. M. F. Driscoll Rev. R. J. Keating 148 ST. TERESA CHURCH 1201 Lebanon Ave., Belleville, III. Rt. Rev. Msgr. Jos. B. Stenger, J.C.D., Pastor BAUER BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION CO. Inc. 424 LEBANON AVENUE Phone 233-5530 BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS Fellner’s Department Store, located at 207 East Main, has served Dame uniforms, but carries a complété line of men’s, women’s, the Belleville area since 1891. Fellner ' s not only sells Notre and children ' s apparel; accessories; materials; scout equipment. 149 Compliments of THE ACADEMY OF NOTRE DAME MOTHERS’ CLUB OFFICERS Mrs. Morris J. Grimmer—President Mrs. Richard Naumann—Vice-President Mrs. John Ferguson—Rec. Secretary Mrs. Robert J. Dengler—Cor. Secretary Mrs. Neil Scheibel—Treasurer Mrs. Nello Tonsi—Auditor Mrs. Léo Switala—Auditor Mrs. Cletus Boeshart—Parliamentarian 150 H W SALES, Inc JANITOR SUPPLIES Phone 233-6400 1521 West Main Street BELLEVILLE, ILLINEIS ST AN CEDARLEAF (William’s Studio) 1921 West Main Street Phone: 234-9700 Exposing You To Quality Direct Color Portraiture THE LOFT 417 East “B” Street Belleville, Illinois 62221 Compliments of ST. LUKE CHURCH 301 N. Church Street Belleville, Illinois 151 The Academy 70 wishes to thank Sister Rita Marie for being our fearless leader, Sister Raynald for conserving our funds, Mr. Kreitner for ail his help, Mr. Frillman, John Rule for the pictures they took, Pat Bassler for the cover design, and last, but not least, ail our advertisers. Without these people we could never hâve completed this year- book. Like any other staff we had our moments of frustration (we may not hâve always been on time but at least we got it done); our times of fun (we had a barbecue with the world’s two greatest chefs); and our long work sessions of cropping, copy-writing, typ- ing, and proofreading. We’ll never forget working day and night in our beloved staff room, which was soon declared a disaster area. But out of this disaster came the Academy 70. We hope you like our version of the year from A to Z because for us it’s been unforgettable. Nancy Fehlker, Editor 70 Tm Z end 153 ï nlor T colloc | itc pr«
Suggestions in the Academy of Notre Dame - Memories Yearbook (Belleville, IL) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.