Alverno High School - Troubadour Yearbook (Sierra Madre, CA)

 - Class of 1965

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As the school year 1964-T965 unfolded with the passing of days and events, a storehouse of memorable experiences were captured in the pages of The Trouhadour. That this annual will he the key to these wonderful memories is our hope. THE STAFF Underclassmen. Dedication ..... .... 4 Activities iiiii "c?5'Ji.'lii'iS ..,.................... ,............ 1 T Ofgavlefiuis- Seniors ......................... ........... 1 6 PUUUHS ---- Af! ,J 1 1 QU 'nu 5 , UM' ' ju 1 W lu . no L01 V 2'f'!? N PJ lv ffm' ff A px WM' QL, , J Q U 17' M ,nf . f,,, ' 'A xl 1? 1 , by f 1 lf .M '- Lf F- 1,1071 'A X Tb W Ojai ig Q-e xyuwifgfkf U 1 , 1 fy - A ,Ji ' N 4 , UVM' , AQ' ,M 5 61" I lb ,U j 'ff' if 'wgrx my, ff '.y, , mf ,Lj'4,4' '17 JJ ' I A !fL!i1,,f I fi ,fbi A ,ij ! 10" ju' fl. f -,,f4w"l 1' , fl ffl Q,,1',i.w Aw!Xif,ml I Nw xfldu J Y .VQVLI ,. VI'-J ll, if f" ,,v ,fg Q7 U ' 'I XM If -4 X , M9 if 1 4 'U K ' V' 1 . .uf gfwffiff f , J , Jugffwr JUEITYW Vw A Y 51210 I LQQ 154' 'P ,wfw - , MU 0 Qayff' -..., ,. I ' ' . ' 5 is O w AS ADMINISTRATOR "Gillll KEYNUTE - VERSATILITY , - -,. I ., .. . .. W--T 11 :L I- ,--., .. --,, - , T . H ' I 1-,, . A ' - - M, . I. V - M ' A 4 I . I 'W '53 A ., . . V , :TJ A . AS TEACHER AS PRINCIPAL 'Tis in my memory lock'd And you yourself shall keep the key of it.' The TROUBADOUR staff gratefully dedicates the 1965 annual to Sister M. Benigna, principal, teacher and counselor. Under her leadership Alverno has grown into a four-year high school with an alert, ambitious, responsible student body. From her, each student has received in- spiration and guidance which have become a part of the treasury of memories of each Alverno girl. il' i Rev. Donald Montrose, Superintendent of High Schools and Colleges in the Los An- geles Archdiocese I LEADERSHIP IN ECBLESIASTIIIAL MATTERS His Eminence James Francis Cardinal Mclntyre, Arch- bishop of Los Angeles ENCUURAGES ACTIVITY mfmnmrs or SHARING rxrrrurucrs in study "li--11' 'W' 'r 1 Y J in prayer ' 1 , 1 r. in relaxation P" - . ff r ,Isp -if "4-9 rr' 4 . - 1 r 1 ,V ' , A-MZ .fif5.y2,5st:'?r'"'5:?:? ' l F ' 4 Wff-' rAr sz' r ' gI'11Y!Q!5:'7f,ffff,': A5 sf.: I xr., - 1 v y'f'i'WfF ':g,55f'fIIf.f7:f ' 7' - 7 A ' 4 . N ' 7 VX- r .'fn40sfff!rfsf!ssf5fsfff."f ' 1 X r Ihm::f g::1ggf:1::.EP555 I ' t 'I G ,Y I L - Academics . Aca emacs - Academics - Academics - Ac demlcs - Academics - Acagle lcs - Academics - Acadgmlc -Acifdemlcs . Academics - Aca,emlcs -Academics .Ar glemlcs - Academics -Acade ics .Acadgmlcs -Acadpmlc - Academics . Academics - Academics - Academlcs - A: demlcs - Academics - Acade :cs - Acadgamlcs - Acadpmlc . Academics - Academics - Academics - Academics - Ac demlcs - Academics .Acade lcs - Acadpmlcs - Acadpmlc - Academics . Academics . Academics - Academics .Ar demlcs .Academics - Acagle :cs -Acadpmlcs .Acadpmlc .Academics -Acadqmlcs . Academics -Academics . Al demlcs .Academics .Acagle :cs - Acadpmlcs . Acadpmlc -Academics -ACZIIBIIIIICS - Acaclemucs .Academics .Al demlcs - Academics Acade 1 ics .Academics -Acidemic .Acadqmics -Academics - Academics .Academics .Ac glemiis .Academics .Acagle ms - cadgmlcs .Acadpmlc - Academics .. Aqademlcs ADMINISTRATION SETS IILVERNII GIIIILS T WHICH IS "WRlGHT?" . . . Puzz fr ling over a filing problem, Sister M. Benigna performs a daily task. YT? SISTER M. JANE, USF Vice-Principal Contemporary Studies Service Clubg Guidance Coordinator National Honor Society SISTER M. BENIGNA, USF Principal Religion Third Order, Student Council DUE TO THE INCLEMENCY OF THE WEATHER. . . Sister lane an- nounces a schedule change. Q ....n MOTHER M. FRANCINE, OSF VERY REV. .IUEL GRUMUWSKI, CP n SUDSMQV, Spiritual Director Business Administrator F J'Ej,!"i:l y' lj The administration is the backbone of a school. lt determines the 1 ' curriculum, schedules classes, organizes activities, and formulates g the code of conduct. Members of the administration of Alverno Heights Academy demonstrate a personal interest in each student. Fifi A BIG DECISl0N , . . Father Joel counsels a student. Via? , GOOD MORNING, MOTHER . . . Mother Francine pauses while working on accounts to greet a visitor. 1 Ia' 'Phu xung mam 7? JT. CHANTEZ-VOUS FRANCAISE? . . . Impromptu "sing-alongs" are routine In Sister CIaire's French classes, Il to rl Carol Belmont, lane Lindenthal, Sister Claire, Melody Anicich, Mary Anne Cowper and Suzanne Houle. MRS. EDITH KEESE Latin, Religion I RELIGIUN INSPIRESg LANGUAGE FASCINATES I i, f X .. MRS. ELIZABETH SWILER SISTER M. CLAIRE, USF Latin, English French, Religion French Club, Drama, Sodality . 5 QI' ' 'F , lla ' . i. I' ltr A ff.. SISTER MARIE TERESE, USF Spanish Spanish Club .f , iz '- 'Jn' labs for interested senoritas, ll to rl Mary Lauder and Cathy DePaec'o TESTING, ONE, TWO . . . Sister Marie Terese conducts Iavof iff , SISTER M. PIUS, USF Religion Bookstore Religion classes stress the work of the Mystical Body in the modern world r and particularly the role of the Catholic woman in helping shape that world. , English courses provide opportunities for reading, discussion and writing. The study of literature gives new insight into the universal quest for the I meaning and purpose of life. ACCORDING TO THIS . . . Sister Manuela calls attention to facilities of the new reference library to Mrs. Felldin. Teach' Q . our KL ATVS -' r LET MY PEOPLE G0 . . . Sister Pius approves as Margaret Soderberg locates the route of the Iewish Exodus. af' lditf MRS. EUNICE SWEENEY English, Art SISTER M. MANIUELA, USF English, Spanish MRS. JEAN FELLDIN Senior Class Adviser EIIEIISTL 3969031 and Drama I I I fx -ev-'Y' SISTER. MARIANNE, USF . Adv. BIOI0gy., Ch9lTlISIry . SAFETY PATROL . . . 'l0n guard" during chemistry labs, Science Club, Junior Class Adviser sister Marianne guides junior chemists, ii to rl Kathy Y Barry and Sue Cousineau in iii, l I fs, ' :fi lf M'SBi0.tLI?lMlhS2lll MATH DISIIIPLINES, Sodality Sophomore Class Adviser BUSINESS PREPIIRESg SCIENCE IIISIIUVEIIS 1 Av., I4 'SJ MISS IEANNE WUIJLIJRIDGE Geometry, Bus. Math, Physics COMPASS CALCULATING . . . Wendy Forrest and Sally Glausser practice the technique of bisecting as Miss Wooldridge lleftl supervises. CHECKAIN TIME . . . Mrs. Barnett suggests a new alarm clock for tardy freshmen. r"1 fbi S' T7 Y' i MRS. LURRAINE BARNETT Secretary I -f . gf Iii " Sr MRS. VIRGINIA GARLSON Typing, Shorthand Bookkeeping, Office Practice Mathematics courses at Alverno develop a disciplined mind. Through the science program the student becomes aware of the laws that govern the physical world and the wonders of God's creation. The business courses prepare the student for a position in the business world. gg., . I Q Q -- tt. 5 , W, SISTER M. CATHERINE, USF Algebra, Math Analysis Religion, Typing Press Club SISTER M. GREGORY, OSF Algebra, General Math Glee Club EXPENSES, EXPENSES! . . . Mrs. Carlson indicates the fine points of balancing a budget ,, ,E MRS. MAIICELLA TITUS World History, Home Economics fljit wins. Piirnicin cunrisfiyr, U.S. History, World Historyf fl ji ij U MISS ELIZABETH ALLREII World History, English HISTDRY RElIlTESg MUSIC ADIJS HllRMONYg SPURTS STRENGTHEN fail' jff- !,. .T ,f , ,prsisrsnixun ciinoi, osr Miss Micuftf uownv I ,li,rigiish,Music Physical Education n l l'!i,ff' Library G.A.A. A, l. Xbir X h .-ijwvl,-:i-rv xl Ji'-fU1g,r'.,f. llxalll iw Qiffl-'L1f:"' 1, i lf ywlghysical fitness, good sportsmanship, and the understanding of the problems t and skills ot driving are the goals of the physical education program, The fresh- man music course encompasses an understanding ot the origin, development and appreciation of the more harmonious achievements of man. The goal of the social studies program is a comprehensive view ot the history of man and the develop- ment of nations. AROUND THE WORLD . . . Miss Allred, Cecile Bouquet and Sheila Callaghan discuss great moments of world history. ,. -,' I . k - -, ' "1 Xxx + Miva une r,l',M .Jaw .,4 die CLASS UF 65 Xxx A LOOKING FORWARD . . . Seniors mounting the stairs of class leadership are, left to right: Joan Nick, treasurerg Anne Hodges, vice-president, lane Driscoll, president: and Maria Simon, secretary. IIFFICERS INITIIITE SENIIJR ACTIVITIES Senior yearfor Alverno's second graduating class is coming to a close. During the few remaining weeks they watch their high school life become more and more a part of the past. As they prepare to leave, they join with other "seniors who have gone before" in praising their Alma Mater. They pass along the torch of high ideals to the succeeding class with the hope that they, too, may keep it glowing. May the class of '65 be long remembered by their Alma Mater! E I L , ik 4 KATHLEEN M. ALBADE M. MELUDY ANICICH I-INUA M- ANTISTA- Altadena,' California Pasadena, California Temple City, California St- Iilllabeth Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua HOIY AIIEGIS 'EJ' if fl f LYNDA M. ARCHER CAROL L. BELMUNT Temple City, California Monrovia, California St. Luke the Evangelist Immaculate Conception r sm r fm r we .mar viva , . l sf r KAREN A. BIRNEY Arcadia, California Holy Angels RCLD IT , . . Mr. Christy directs Corinne Webber as she poses 1 X l sei . f 1, for her senior pictures. 10 ANNE C. BUETHLINC Arcadia, California Annunciation le Is i l BARBARA L. BUETTNER Arcadia, California St. Rita li gi , l , A "R M ICANNE B. CARRULL Pasadena, California Assumption A .eb - ooa A PATRICIA A. CARBERRY Altadena, California St. Elizabeth NANCY E. CHASE Arcadia, California St. Luke the Evangelist HANDS OF CLAY . . . Ceci Fisher and Kathy Pruett try their hand at molding pottery. ? ' 11 i 1, - in. KATHERINE 1. CARLSTEN Arcadia, California Holy Angels KATHLEEN M. CCCMBES Pasadena, California Assumption SQA FDL l l fl l l 7" 9 DONNA C. CCRSETTI Monrovia, California Annunciation . 11 ff. . I if DURIS J. CURTESE Monrovia, California Immaculate Conception XS' CLOWNING AROUND . . . Every Friday the clothing class makes prizes for the APA Fiesta. Left to right: Linda Lambert and Sharon Klick cut the patterns. 5114. f-w af ,rw ELECTIVES SUPPLEMENT SENIOR SCHEDULE , MARY ANGELA COWPER Arcadia, California Annunciation ,ffm 'VI i T 1 ' L lgQii.i,1 , I , . IIIANNE L. CURRAN JUAN A. DEIBERT DIANNE F. DENNIS San Marino, California Arcadia, California Pasadena, California Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua Annunciation Assumption X X i .7 ,-' J , 'A ,asm , l l .iv-4 X51-A MARILYN DIEMER DDNNA M. DI STEFAND KATHLEEN T. DDNNELLY Sierra Madre, California Arcadia, California Arcadia, California St. Rita Holy Angels Annunciation CLASS 0F '65 MERITS SCHULARSHIPS, AWARDS Members of the Class of 1965 have advanced the scholastic reputation of Alverno. Three seniors were named National Merit Scholarship winners, several were awarded California State Scholarships. ln addition, others have received full or partial scholarships from the colleges of their choice, while others have brought credit to Alverno in extracurricular contests. They have won science awards for their independent research, they have merited speech certificates and trophies, they have received Bank of America Achievement Awards. SCHOLARS THREE . . . Seniors, left to right: Nancy Iredale, lane Driscoll, and JoAnne Carroll happily receive the news of their selection as National Merit Semi-finalists. lx? AX A are ii-yn.-np' Y- BARBARA J. DDRAZIO Arcadia, California Holy Angels JANE M. DRISCDLL Arcadia, California St. Rita T-'D ESTELLE M. EASLEY Arcadia, California Holy Angels MADAME Currie? . . . Mr. William senimanuie, speaker at Annual science Medalist Award Program in Los Angeles, congratulates "medalist awardee" Kathi Carlsten. JUDITH E. FERANDELL Alhambra, California St. Therese ,, -A I 'il rr" all I r'r'i ll l Ml ELIZABETH A. FERGUSON Altadena, California St. Elizabeth l '-'27 CECELIA M. FISHER Sierra Madre, California St. Rita MARY JUANNE FINNEGAN Arcadia, California Annunciation i-J il" ii i.' i,.L y , KAY- - X ' ' wi fi. X X I ' -- H , LQ - lf SHEILA M. FITZ CIBBON CATHERINE 1. FUWLER SHERRYL L. FRAHM San Gabriel, California Arcadia, California Arcadia, California Holy Angels Annunciation Mayflower Congregational Church SHERRYL C. GAFFNEY Pasadena, California Assumption THe Qwick Broen FOX . . . Pat Pretzinger pauses during typing class to refer to her assignment. y fdg J, ,,., 1...L.. JUNE GRIJSS Pasadena, California Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua ,Y II3 SENIIIRS IN CLASS UF 1965 'i I .L . ,, 4-f',i, L., 'L ,, 1 ff QL V Aff J!! 'I' V gl f"I'. f'l ,lf , , L JC LL L J 5 L . f if TZ! iff' '- ' L f L L, I- , , , ip , ,lf L- px ,. -f L, .. I 4 L, L A U L T w' , Li . zf if Riff L 5" 1 z, "' ,If i Cl 1' ' i ' CI "1 Lf LM , "I J i f ,itch l ,1- i,. IEW r X 1.ieC,, I !fy'D I . j ' Lx .1 X f f 5 A ELLEN M. HARTFIELD Pasadena, California St. Philip the Apostle Q-X-S 441,64 ie'92'Lee ' .A ,, 4, I ,SYQ KATHLEEN L. HATZENBUEHLER JANET E. HAYNES KATHLEEN A. HERMANN Arcadia, California Monrovia, California Arcadia, California Holy Angels Immaculate Conception Holy Angels MARY ANN HESSION MARGARET M. HILL ANNE M. HUDGES Pasadena, California Temple City, California Arcadia, California St. Elizabeth St. Luke the Evangelist Holy Angels I KATHLEEN A. IGUE Arcadia, California Holy Angels NANCY L. IREDALE Arcadia, California Holy Angels LELA A. KEIRNS Arcadia, California Holy Angels ll REALLY IS . . . Gonzaga representative, Father Francis Gubbins, SJ, answers the questions of Pat Tobin, interested senior. CULLEGE REPRESENTATIVES AID BIG DECISION MARIAN A. KARBO Sierra Madre, California St. Rita ...lt BJ wg--r r r is rp. 17 i iso A Sw , ALBERTA KEYSTUNE X KAREN L. KLEMENT San Marino, California AItadena,,C6lIf0fHlH Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua Si- Elllabefh 'B .PS FN. SHARDN A. KLICK Duarte, California Immaculate Conception Although most seniors include higher education in their future plans, they have a difficult time deciding in which college to enroll. To make this decision easier, representatives from various colleges spoke to upperclassmen and answered their many questions. In addition, seniors attended college open house days and viewed films depicting college life. I W X X IN-'F' ' I I VICTORIA L. LECKBANIJ Pasadena, California St. Philip the Apostle MARY M. KUHL Altadena, California St. Elizabeth BARBARA K. KDWALSKI Monrovia, California Immaculate Conception S I JEAN M. KDNDSKE Pasadena, California St. Philip the Apostle LINDA A. LAMBERT Pasadena, California St. Philip the Apostle YOU'RE UNDER N0 OBLIGAIIDN, BUT . . . Father Webber, Sl, and Mr. Martin point out the advantages of Seattle University to, left to right: Maria Sasturain and Kristin Mackay. 3 if ' -in : ..1:. El" gl I,.: . 'TEM' ANYONE FOR A RACE . . . Kathy Donnelly holds ldee, JANE K. LINDENTHAI. resident of the chemistry Iab's "Turtle Range." Pasadena, California Assumption 'iw 4 ' f W , ii i xr IVV, M , SUSAN L. LINNAN Pasadena, California St. Philip the Apostle ALTITUDE RANGE . . . Left to right: Linda Antista, Carla Merlo and Sherry Gaffney discuss the "long and short of it." lar iMPRoMPru ruroes . . . Exchanging Crass l notes, left to right: Liz Ferguson and Mary lo ' Finnegan review for civics test. :Q . I ANN E. LURENZEN Altadena, California. Assumption .1 L! UV SENIUR CHARACTERISTIC EMPHASIS UN STUDY KRISTIN M. MACKAY Monrovia, California Annunciation CHRISTINE M. MALLUCK LUCY S. MARINO ANNE MARIE MATHENY Pasadena, California Pasadena, California San Gabriel, California Assumption St. Philip the Apostle Stg, Felicitas and Perpetua in-5, i r W KATHLEEN H. Mccov cnnui 1. Memo i 4 Pasadena, California Temple City, California St. Elizabeth St. Luke the Evangelist r dl 9 , fl!! J bfi iljii lyvvfxi VJ 'Ni I l,fi i di Ji I 'J l J Un l' of U TIIEIIESA L. MEIILIJ LINDA L. MEZZANAITO ANNE C MULCNEY San Marino, California San Gabriel, California Arcadia California Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua St. Luke the Evangelist r 1 DEBORAH A. MUNRO Pasadena, California Assumption CURRICULUM PRUVIIJES SENIUR CHALLENGE To the Class of 1965 the senior curriculum not only introduced new subjects, but offered new challenges. Advanced biology and physics revealed the com- plex spectrum of natural and physical sciences, mathematical analysis devel- oped powers of logic and inductive reasoning. The civics course presented con- temporary problems, offering a deeper understanding of the government. English literature emphasized the Anglo-American heritage. Religion lV stressed the commitment of the Catholic woman to the Second Covenant. Electives supplemented the daily curriculum. Homemaking, a senior elective, presented the various aspects of designing and maintaining a home. Typing and short- hand taught practical skills, while art, clothing and speech developed personal talents. ps. xQ3 JOAN G. NICK CLARE S NURRE Pasadena, California Monrovia California St. Elizabeth Immaculate Conception N, ix NOT AS SILENT SPECTATORS . . . Discussing recent liturgical changes prepares Cathy Fowler, Clare Nurre andSheila FitzGihbon lor more active parish participation. SUSAN M. 0'BRIEN Arcadia, California Holy Angels l 155- 3 ir my si if , .LL ' LINIJA V. OLIVER KAREN A. UTI ELEANUR M. PARKS Arcadia, California Arcadia, California Sierra Madre, California St. Luke the Evangelist Holy Angels St. Rita FUNCTl0NS OF TRIG STUDENTS . . . Karen Birney derives cofunctions as Mary Kohl and Sherry Frahm offer advice. 'P ,ff A., CARULINE S. PETERSEN Arcadia, California St. Rita HIJLLIS C. PIERING Arcadia, California Holy Angels MICROBE HUNTERS . . . Advanced biology students, left to right, Kathy Hermann and Janette Trudeau, explore microcosms during lab period, ADVANCED SCIENCES ASK 'WHY' M. NANEITE PIKE Monrovia, California Immaculate Conception , . lg 1 M. NANETTE PLUMMEII SUZANNE V. PIIETER PATRICIA A. PRETZIIIGER Pasadena, California Arcadia, California AIT8d6HH,,CHIlf0fHlH Assumption Holy Angels Sf- Ullabefh 'hiv' 1'--"" .si . Fi - f Ax in , l A fi' f 11 K . 1- . . T all KATHLEEN M. PRUETT RUTH A. REGAS MARY R. REILLY Arcadia, California Arcadia, California Arcadia, California Holy Angels Holy Angels Holy Angels A ' 1' KATHLEEN A. RUUK Sierra Madre, California St. Rita SURPS UP . . . Studying behavior ol waves, left to right: Holly Piering, Kathy McCoy and Janet Haynes observe pulses in a ripple tank. !"'1f MARIA A. SASTURAIN LAUREN SCHLUSSER Pasadena, California Pasadena, California St. Philip the Apostle St. Elizabeth 'iii ,JULIE A. SCHMIDT MARIA F. SIMON MARY L. SPEYER Sierra Madre, California Arcadia, California Temple City, California St. Rita Holy Angels St. Luke the Evangelist 0 'Ui Qy. '. l CYNTHIA A. SWANSUN CURNELIA M. SWEENEY GERALDINE A. SWEENEY Sierra Madre, California Altadena, California Arcadia, California St. Rita St. Elizabeth St. Rita DEWEY DECIMAL DEXTERITY . . . Mrs. Elizabeth Keith, Sierra Madre librarian, explains library organization to Barbara Tamrnaro and Vickie Leckband. J- GAYLE L. SWILER Arcadia, California St. Rita FIELD TRIPS, GUEST SPEAKERS, WIUEN SENIUR UUTLUUK QUITE AN OPERATOR . . . General Telephone representative, Mr. Kenneth Kollock, "commune icates" with Sherry Frahm and Kathy Alhade, senior science students. ,I fn:- l X- .V K ' 7' 's A UK LAUREL C. SZATLIJCKY MARTA SZUMANSKI San Gabriel, California Pasadena, California Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua Assumption XXX N- ? ' READERS' GUIDES . . . Browsing through the study hall reference section are Lee Tidwell and Kristin Mackay, senior librarians. BARBARA C. TAMMARO Arcadia, California Holy Angels if f-'ag' "FUREVER MAY UUR YEAR '65 BE HUNUREIJ HERE" Memories twine around thy name, Friendships born to live alway. Life's true wealth for us you hold, Fleeting dreams, and hopes that stay. Alma Mater, we sing your praises, May our lives enrich your name. Through the years we shall remember MAUREEN A- TAYLOR The ideals which you proclaim. Temple City, California St. Luke the Evangelist . i -'Q 'PDQ BERNAIIETIE L. TERRIL LEE TIIIYIELL. PATRICIA A. ITUBIN Pasadena, California AVCHUIH, C?llf0fHlH Afcadmr CaI'I0m'a Assumptign SI. RII3 HOIY AH80lS .KK R E TOY . Sa,:YIIAaIinIg-Eggiifornia CONGRATULATIONS . . . Lett to right: Mary Winslow and Ellen Hartlield congratulate Kathy T sts' Felicitas and perpetua Weigand on her college acceptance. rt- vi.. if . M. MICHELE TRAHAN Arcadia, California Holy Angels YT' I, Ill - 4 , I IANEITE R. TIIUDEAU San Marino, California Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua Fl? lL.L.l..- 4 ,s PATRICIA A. VAN NESS Sierra Madre, California St. Rita MARILEE runiiiiiim San Gabriel, California Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua sis A JULIE A. VECCHIIINE Sierra Madre, California St. Rita mi , . FINALE AND FAREWELL . . . in this final act seniors bid good-bye to their high school years. MARGARET M. VILIJ Monrovia, California Annunciation .E I Y GUARD rf DIANE M. VCLMERT Arcadia, California KATHLEEN A. WALL Arcadia, California St. Rita Holy Angels ' A ma KATHLEEN A. WALSHE CURINNE A. WEBBER KATHLEEN A. WEICAND Pasadena, California Arcadia, California Sierra Madre, California Assumption Annunciation Assumption v lp 5 , ,a , -,gn , V . - REBECCA A. WEINSTEIN MARY L. WINSLUW PATRICIA A. ZETLMAIER Altadena, California Arcadia, California Temple City, California St. Elizabeth St. Luke the Evangelist St. Luke the Evangelist .SLLL La- . a -3 E' D' 1 wi- ' - s - 1 ,A-, Ff 2.13 F by g A if-iw M 5.1 ,- A .-fn' -'r-'1-:A Sr :iq j!r1 5 a- 4. 1 ,K v, .I 'nf n f -s. 1 N., l f ,P- s Q. . -v hz 1 I .' , lv iv: Qtr' 4 !.,:'F4: k"iE?,f I' 5 3- . -'Wi WWW 'H lui 'A . :N Y zz, . a e?" f Ak Ilvlx " X Iv-L ,1 7 xx gi Q. 2 3,-ga QL rfe:.'.'i .9 ge' r C,-I 'ev 'f4d 1 III if 3 X .. 4 , A-gl' J DOUBLE PLAY . . . Danielle Dowdy and Sandy Marchand chat with their teachers, Miss Michele Dowdy, physical education instructor, and Miss Linda Marchand, biology teacher, who are also their sisters. l I V r ly! N 6 IT'S IILL IN THE FAMILY Seven Alverno girls have mothers or sisters who are members of the faculty. This unique situation strengthens the family spirit of Alverno. LIKE MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER . . . Mother-daughter teams are, left to right, lst row: Mrs. Edith Keese, Mrs. Betty Swiler, Mrs. Patricia Curtis, Mrs. Marcella Titus, and Mrs. Eunice Sweeneyg 2nd row: Mary Keese, Gayle Swiler, Karen Curtis, Nora Titus, and Connie Sweeney. 4 I 'I l ,-N VM., 1 H ag 'E Z :QNQMKE Q2 ,Q Z W, S 1 7 - ' 1 V mf, , ,MK , Q M. . 3.5 sf Qfag, 2, , at 4: Af QE. w 3 W Z , Q my:-1 . 5 ' 1-eww" ' inf as CLASSES UF '66, '67, '68 - gg Hz fi 'H i r i agus 950' 1 7 - i i 'L' A i A - Lu 'li' - 1 . HY LMLL QMHQL-,EA TERRY AGUILAR BEVERLY ARCHER NANCY ASCHENBRENER JANET BARNES ANNE BARNETT KATHY BARRY PAT BEARCE DDNNA BEARDSHEAR LINDA BEHR IANICE BELL NEW UPPERCLASSMEN ACCEPT CHALLENGE IVY LEAGUE . . . Junior class officers: Kathy Lester, secretaryg Lissa Wood, trea- surerg Susan Goetz, presidentg Beverly Archer, vice-presidentg discuss class activities. 4 KATHY BINDER KAREN BDETHLINC LINDA BDUDUET MAUREEN BRICK It 3 to I SHARON BUCCOLA BARBARA BURKE BONNIE BURKE The junior class has begun to prepare for the future. At the end of their third year they have completed majors in English, religion and history. Many have studied college preparatory courses including chemistry, physiology, and advanced algebra. Others have varied their former schedule with business courses such as shorthand, office practice and bookkeeping. l r .ez Y l' V . , vi noumi Enwnnns CLARE CRAWFORD VICKIE CRAWFORD JOAN FEENEY PAT FISHER DEBBIE FORBES , 9 NANCY CAIN PAT CHASE PAT CLARK BARBARA COLEMAN SHARON CONNOLLY SUE COUSINEAU MARY ELEY CHRIS ELKO SUZIE GAINES GLORIA GEIGER el t Hi E P' IUNIIIR PRUGRAM INCLUDES LAB SCIENCE Juniors demonstrated an energetic class spirit. They contri- buted the proceeds of a swim party to the Olympic Fund. They held an intraschool political rally, complete with keynote speakers, drill teams and parades. The climax of their class activity was their successful planning and staging CONSPIRACY . . . Avid chemists, Par Fisher and Pat 0ftr1ii'0f1Sei'0'Pf0n- 9 I Lynch, observe reaction between NaOH and HCI. I i I I I Y my I ii , I SUSAN GIIETZ NANCY HEATH JUANNE NENUIIIE ANN HENNEKES EILEEN HIGGINS HAIIIIIET HIGGINS DONNA HILLMAN IUANE HUBEII ERIN HUGHES IEANETTE HUIIST I I I tr I S li 41" ry I i yi u Q f ' It f ,ff I l 2- 'If' I gh . L l A pl 1. GLURIA JEAN PATTI IU HAVE UIANNE KELLEY MARY KING CHRISTINE HIHIL I i CHRISTIE KUNTZ MARY LAFFIN MAUREEN KITCIIENS .IANICE KLINGERMAN MAIIELINE KNEBEL 7 77 7 7777777 777777771 177 777 .77 .7 -77L 25 Si W-f-?!sweL.- " - -5 ' .F W i 1 3 ' i BARBARA LEPAII LINDA LERIJY KATHY LESTER PAT LYNCH BATHLEEN MIIBRIIJE 7 7 7 77-77. V i i i i i - - L37 1 annum Mccuuocn 'ikiili , Yqah ..f.L-iris, "Midge" holds as Sally Ray and Suvan Riley demonstrate the comfort of a compact. IJULURES MAIICIIETTI Yue -A LI' . QQ' U i . 'I' I- ,Q !i'ri7i CECILIA MARTINEZ SUSAN MATT GLORIA MURENO PA'I'l'I MUUNTEER DENISE MULLE MIGHTY MIDGET . . . Chris Kirk shows Ann Hennekes ifronti and Kathy Binder ibacki how many passengers 45 I I 'i I , In I-f. if f". ff Z' if-f '11 I :LE A6 WRITER'S CRAMP . . . II to ri Donna Edwards and Christie Kuntz practice brief forms in preparation for shorthand class. I I if i 5' ii I -Y ,XXII 1 L fl r':,Diqifj5f'f1rI TANI PECIIHAM LINDA PETERS PAM PIERING V,, , , , ,,,,,, -T-,,,.1.Y- Y, ,I I T I I I i i I iafi TDNI PULDNE I, ,,.fJ MIDI PSDMAS SHEILA PUDENZ ' " ' ' "f" ' -AJ'-'4' Y'----1 i I 9 i I if if I i E, 'i- KATIIY 0'BDYLE SUSAN IPCDNNDR i . - - ' FRANCES IJLDENBURG CHRIS DRR JERRY DTT JUDY PAULUS CATIIY PDDRE PAT PRIEID ANNETIE IIUENELL SUSAN RADWAN I ,I I I SALLY RAY BRIDGID REGAN HULLY RIIATIGAN IUNIURS PREPARE FUR FUTURE I I 4 LI I I PAT SIIIIUEFFEL DUNNA SCIIULZ DIANNE SCHWAB V MAUREEN SIMMUNS ANN SINCLAIR SANDY SISE ELLEN SLUSS --4, "I ' --H4 J f 1? L E I 2- :,.- I 3 I 'Q . I , T., If LINDA RIGGIU SUVAN RILEY gig A ' 5.5 --' I T1 an-an V liliif it Qi! I ,U I I I 'I g' I I Y, ,., ' Y L LINDA RUSHWURTH NANCY SANDERS KAREN SECUHI MARY SIDENFADEN THE THINKERS . . . New upperclassmen concentrate during PSAT examination. ANGELA SMALUINIJ i IIYNIIIE STERLING i5""' CHRIS SNYIIER ANNET STANOVICH IANET STANUVICH SUSAN STEEN MARY STEWARIJ MAUREEN STRUUP SANDY TDRRES VANESSA TURNAGE 2-Fl ' i r DONNA WALSH KATHI WARD CAMILLE WHITAKER MEG WILLETT SUZANNE WINSLOW USM wow KARME YURIUH OOH-LA-LA . . .Amusing pronunciation of phrases occur when volunteers give conversations in French class. tstanding, I to ri Nancy Sanders, loan Feeney and Diane Schwab practice for tseated, I to ri Toni Pulone, Cathy Poore, Annet Stanovich and Sue Cousineau. NANCY ZAK I S PAINTING THE TOWN PINK...CIass officers II to rI Nancy Rowe, secretaryg Anne Crawford, treasurerg Janet Mazzola, vice-presidentg and Karen Curtis, president, prepare for annual sophomore Cherry Blossom Ball. MARY BENNETT I' ,I ' . Ex L JI, , -' I . - 1 H. A T.: , ii 1, ' LILLIAN BNUWN MARILYN BIRNEY SHERRIE BURKE I I I AMANDA AUIA IACUUELINE AGUILAR KATHY ALBERTS SANDRA ANBERSEN MERRI ANDERSIJN MELANIE BARTLETT JANIIIE BOARDMAN ANN BIIMBERG CECILE BUUUUET yun- I AL! PAT BURKE ELLEN BURNS APRIL BUSKUHL I NEW RESPIINSIBILITIES I I I I I JANE BUTLER GEDRGETTE CANILL SNEILA BALLAGHAN LINDA IIANINI CHRIS CARRDLL DIANE CNIDDINE In their second year of high school, sophomores study the world of science. Biology offers new dimensions to be explored in the natural world. Geometry develops their powers of reason and logical deduction. English, religion, world history and a foreign language complete their full program of study. KATHY CLARKE Taxi I I , V 1 I' I I' I 4,5 v Q , ,ff i' I-Iflma 'Y ' 14 IIARDLYN CDDUNES BARBARA COLLINS NANCY DDMERFDRD ANNE GRAWFDRD UATNIE DUMMISKEY I T' li VIDTDRIA CURRAN KAREN CURTIS ELAINE DALTDN DEBBIE DANIELS JUDY DAVIDSDN 'a T I I SR B ii BOLOGNA AGAIN? . . . During lunch hour Informality is the rule. CATHERINE DE PASGO EATING, GHATTING GIINSUME SPARE TIME I gk X I I , I I Ig A I ,Ir I - i I W I I I 2 I , If If J If KATHY ESHUM ALIGE FAGTEAU MARY FITZGIBBUN fafgmqf , ' 37, . v ,- -A I1 , '??f"'ikL 'I I l-II I' 'f F I I' .Q I y 1 ,. " I. i " :T V .. I 'L PENNY FREEMAN SUE GERMAIN PAM GIBSON V .F .. . ,. -..-,- , I I MEG GREENING DIANE HABELL DEBBIE HARTRANFT Il! ,Q WENUY FIJRREST LAURA DRISCDLL BETH ECKHART in SUSAN GLASSGUCII .-6 Af.-vi-. Yu, 1'7 ' ,. ' -'I L, I RUTHANNE HASKELL SALLY GLAUSSER naw' LENURE HEALY BETFIE HULSTEIN SUZANNE HUULE ERMA NUTCHINSUN LIBBY IDHNSTUN EMMIE IDLLY 3...2... ive 1 . . . With only three minutes between classes, sophomores must step R 51 if 1 IL BEVERLY JEAN ZULA JUHNSUN v w MARY KEESE SUSAN KELLEY BARBARA KENNEDY NANCY KENNEY RITA KERNER KATHY KUUAJ AREN'T THEY DARLING? . Amanda Adia Marilyn Birney and Zola Johnson leefull , . I' f-aff P- it SUSAN LACNER . - . E Y admire the result of the maggot experiment, MARY ANNE LE RCY , vf- , ,, . f' ' :x x X? ll, V,l- I A 'x fl FAM MC ELWEE FRANCIE MALUNE SHERRI MAIJRIN JANET MAZZOLA DURENE L'IIEUREUX CAROL LIEBER ALICE MANC AIIRIENNE MELIESTE MARY LAUDER 1 -'- l J T ag 6- T .AI T ,I KATHY LEBEAU CHRIS LEE ll? T' W l I l LINDA LDMBARDI UENISE LONCPRE iz. ,"'. Y,-T. MARIA MARCIIUSKY saunv Mnncmmn 1 Q l PHILUMENE MILLER BUTE MUNROE r. if I l l ELISE MIJNRDE GERRIE MDNTDDTH MICHELE MDRRIS JEAN MDSER 'ei' .,.,4e.,sf i .Al u , MARDIE MURRY CHRIS NELSDN MARY NICHDLS ENTHUSIASTIC STUDENTS LEND HELPING HAND Sophomores have shown their class spirit in many ways. Their support in the Blue Chip stamp-drive and the yearbook-patron-drive led them to honors in class competition. Their enthusiasm and participation in sports activities gave support to the teams. Success crowned their staging of the "Cherry Blossom BaIl." They gave loyal service to the school as members of the Service Club. DDLDRES NIGRO SUSAN PARK MARCIA PAYLIK l QL. C . -t . CHRIS MUELLER CINDY PAIGE KATHY PALMER H2155 grae ,xi 2 1 mn, .V 1 Mi :af A l fl fi Fire, I i i ii 'sf CHECK POINT . . . Under Sister Roberta's supervision, sophomores, tl to rl Lillian SUSAN PEABDDY KATUY PEUUUUM Brown, Paula Zullo and Sue Germain, learn the value of an efficient library system. .A-s. PSYCHUANALYZING SILAS . . . English classes afford students, il to rl Kathy Van Ness, Carol Smith and Adrienne Melieste, the opportunity to get an inside look into literary characters. SUPHUMURES DEVELUP CULTURALLY, SUIIIALLY 's RITA PEPE I levi r i ff' IQ 'A L . , PENE PIERCE PARME KAY PLANCICH ,Q CHRIS POCINIJ V' n X I i V if r K""'? P l :E-wx, . il, l or if MARLENE PURREDA KAREN PRAISLER MARY ANGELA PRUFET BARBARA RAUWAN mi-if E Ei. Ar A lf' J- 'Q--:A ff .-. t "til:-.fig 5 ' ' il' ' : ., .. L, ,, :GEL A . '1.f1-'f.-.Lg - 1 ' 7 -1- 7321 iii-'--:A 'fl 11- -F HL! ' rw : 1: ' 51:-H. U: ,Q Q ' ' 'fxli ltr lt' ,i S3650 , J: " i ,. .me 1 r my 4 l fl 1 CHERYL REAUME DUNNA REIMER LINDA REYNIJLUS xg W, I SUSAN RIPPLE 511: L PRISCILLA RAMIREZ PAMELA ROURKE II' NANCY ROWE VICKIE RUCCLES MAUIIEEN RYAN CAROLE SALEM CAROL SCIIUCK PATRICIA SNEA SIIARY SLAVIN A CAROL SMITH LYNNE SMITH FELIZ NAVIDAD . . . Spanish students, Nancy Comerford, Vickie Ruggles and Janice Boardman, fill the pinata that plays an important role in Christmas festivities. , .1-if -7- -fs ,Tariff-T ff:-zfgfg-?fg-11p ir - -- :..,, I . r . Q i - Y , 51 .' . , . I- ,ig ,T if H , I fi? I 'F Y PATTY SOIJERBERG Fr' F 17 E I, A IIATHIE SOHO IEANNE STUCKA Z CHRIS TEEPLE PAT THOMAS NORA TITUS JOYCE TROUT PAT TURNER ,,f v I,-1 I J 57 1i'1"Z7 KITTY VAGNINO t ' T ' wuin HAVE we HERE? A -. , . .,,., W, ,U , , Ii, , , i T i i KATHY VAN KURA MARGARET WALTERS CATHY VAN NESS LYNNE VELLING IJURDTHY WALSH r v r IIARDL WINKLER JILL WINNEN 'N-. QUICK, ERASE IT! . , . Two aspiring journalists, Sherri Maurin and Joyce Trout, master the complexities of headline count. r ir i i PAT YUNAS IUANITA ZAPATA CATNY ZIERK PAULA ZULLU k, -I ,. I , 5 6 Bw 'Y'w nv' -1 xi M! .QI lb: V3 E23 'S ,sa's1s:? f 4,' 1- 'C iii! I -, HTH : J., ,, YDUNGEST LEADERS . . . Freshman officers, form- ing the huh of class activities are il to rh row 1 Ann Simmons, vice-president: Peggy 0'TooIe, trea- surerg row 2: Elaine Ferrari, presidentg Ann Mc' Laughlin, secretary. BEITY BIISII IAN CERVENKA A ' Y' ., A I "r' ' I' g MARILYN CUUCIILAN KATHY DALEY R i DENISE BEANES , ug. 'I A L r .51 J! MARY I0 BLAND Iii-:' ,rl g . vw.-U 1 f YI - af If I CARDLYN CHASE LAURIE DAVIS KRIS ALBADE PAM ANICICII w-gf 'Y 'r' f JUDY BEARDSHEAR DEBBIE BLAKE NANETTE BRICIIER PAT CUDMBES MARY BULLARIJ IIRISTIN CUUPER DONNA DEIBERT REBECCA DE LA FLOR A , MARIE DE LIJIIIMIER JUAN IIUFF -I 3 ll IIENISE DENNIS CLAIRE IIUNAVAN B'-sr FRESHMEN EXPLURE NEW WIIRLIJS Freshmen have taken their first step into higher education. Their program includes detailed study of languages, mathematics, religion, and history. Through physical edu- cation they learn the importance of personal fitness and sportsmanship. Through music they acquire a sense of harmony. . pf l rv I ig. A i V5 i ' PEGGY FAIIEY SNEILA FISHER ELAINE FERRARI X-, WENIIY GABRIEL Y, , DANIELLE DUWDY COLLEEN IIUNAVAN ,ir SHIRLEY DRASKA f' CULLEEN ECKER LINDA IIUBUIS lr r l RUSIE FACTEAU SUPPLY LINE . . . Patient freshmen make the best of the delay at the student bookstore. ELLEN GLEASDN N W- - If-1. -1. CDNNIE DDETZ MARY BETH DDDDEY THERESA GDRMLY ANNE HARRIS MARILYN HEINIJ MARDELLA HERNANDEZ vm -117-3 SUSAN HERRERA DEBRA HUBER CARIIIL KANDWSKY L 'I' .fI"Lr I HALF TIME . . . Frosh and other students congregate around lockers dunng RDSEMARY HESSIDN vitamin period. t r .if KAREN HUBER RITA IAGIELSKI If A- f . FAT KENDALL PAT KENNEDY ANN JDRDAN AUREL ANN KENNELLY JUDY KALEFF KATHY KENT nrw cuiss iimusrs T0 RUUTINE Frosh not only have an intellectual commitment but also a new volvement. Big-Little Sister Week and welcoming activities initiated them into a new social environment. Competing in class work and participating in school activities contributed to their adjustment to high school life. MICHELLE LUNCD LENORE LUNCPRE ,E l ,ne-F - fir - "rpg 'U gf ir V r P - MICHELE KRACENBRINK KATHLEEN LEARY social in- MARY L'HEUREUX KATHIE LUITEN CAMMY LYNCH JEANNETTE LEINHART RUSIE LIBERTD NANCY LYNCH JULIE MCADAM ANN MCALPINE KATHLEEN MCCUE KATHLEEN MCELWEE CROSSING THE RUBICON . . . Freshmen prove that Latin isn't dead. tl to rl Alice Ozaroski, Kathy Viery, and Kris Albade practice Latin expressions with the help of the tape recorder. l 1 l l l I MARY MARGARET MC KEUN le if ,I. , Lll Y fl l 1' 4,1 , 1+ I , 8- :In-Q 1 : 3? . . . Freshman Algebra students ll to rl Kathleen Sujata, Debra Huber and Marlene Robustelli share knowledge while mastering fundamentals. ANN MC LOUGHLIN ll 1 i'--OV M f I I VERUNIGA MCMANUS VICKIE MADDEN CNARLEEN MALLUCK SUSANNE MAMER JANE MANG PAT MARTINEZ MARY MUURE MARY JU MULITUEEN BETTY ANNE NAUER LINIJA MURELLI TERRY MDRRIJW SHERRY MURTUN KATHY NESTUR l A MARY NUUNAN KATHY U'CONNOR FRIISH APPLY PRACTICAL MATH TNERESE UKAZAKI V ,, W , I I I I I PEGGY ll'TUOLE - -. -M Aw.- YL' A I MARGARET ll'LAUGNLIN GLIVIA OLIVARES MARGARET GIIEREND ALICE GZARUSKI NANCY PARK PENNY PARKER PENNY PAULUS CATNY PETERSEN MELITA PEVEC JACKIE PHILLIPS NANCY POWERS X MARGARET REEDY JUSIE REGAN MARY ANN PRUETI' V5-A" " ' " I I If MARY REGAS NOW LET'S SEE . . . Bewildered Frosh try to remember if they pur chased all theirschool supplies. jf , ,,Y ... ,, I LINDA RILEY 7 COLLISION COURSE. . . Perusing a driver's education manual the Dunavan twins prepare for takeoh' LINDA RIMPAU FITNESS, FAIR PLAY- FRESHMEN AIMS ADRIENNE RIVERA LINDA ROBERTS AUDIIEY IIOBLES MARLENE RIJDUSTELLI CAROL ROGERS wrfmn'-n E - MARY ROMAN LINDA RDNZONI DEBBIE SANELLO DEBRA SARDISCO 1 i i i i 1 JANET SCHEUERMAN BARBARA SERUTU BRUIIKE SINCLAIR IEANNE SMALLDUN FRANCENE SMITH 1m57:1-fQT- f- f -ir v 4 i ! LINDA SIIUILLACE RITA STAFFURU KATHY SUIATA EILEEN SWEENEY PAMELA TERMATN STEPHANIE TERRIL SALLY SHUAF JANE SIIJENFAIJEN ANN SIMMUNS A A i , ig CHRIS SUIJERBERG KATHY SPINNEY ELAINE STRIZZI KATHY STUEHRMANN LOVE MATCH , . . Tennis instructor, Mr. Lin Shampine, demonstrates a fine forehand to future Davis Cup winners, Marsha Wishart and Cammy Lynch. i, ., ,. yy- -..-T: . .J .. T -V JF' , I : I . ' 1, Kumi . " V 4 ' I I A' 'v U. 1 ,, W 1 1 , I v V , - I ' '- . jx I. , I , Q T I , ,. 1+ JUAN THIELE MUNICA THOMAS MARY THURP CAHUL TINUECI SANDY TISHER A ummm tunnis KATHY vlznv cmnv vlsuu MAUREEN WALL WHAT MAKES FRESHMEN TICK? DEBBIE WEINSTEIN CHARLYNE WHITE MARY WHITE MARSIIA WISIIAHT SUSAN WIJUIJARII I W , . .. . Y. yi 1, f , Y I if . ' uv t k . 41: eg? R :vi I' KATHY WRIGHT PATTY WRIGHT SUSAN YIIRICH - MARY ZETLMAIER CHRIS ZIELINSIII "5 ff ...ik 4.3 K kg? ""i1f"'.,, '. ' 3 A .. 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Kathy and Mary Ann Pruett, foreground, Terry Gormly, Corinne Webber, and Barbara Seruto, background, lead seniors and their freshmen little sisters in a DEFYING THE LAW OF GRAVITY . . .Kathy 0'Connor demon- "HootSing-A-Long." strates the freshman hazard of handling books during the first week of school. ' 'tw ff T SOMEONE'S SINGIN', "KUMBAYA" . . . Folk songs lend informal atmosphere to climax of Big-Little Sister Week. '-'gv."ll7rE5.El'TlW'iH4 ' AW l E' RING IT UF . . . Student storekeepers, left to right, Terry Aguilar, Gloria lean and Suvan Riley apply consumer economics during first week. L., SIGNING OFF . . . Student Body Treasurer, Gayle Swiler, announces an assembly during opening week. T0 THE FLAG . . . Sophomore homeroom starts a new year with the Pledge of Allegiance. Bigalittle Sister Week proved valuable and enjoyable for the freshmen and seniors. During that time, every senior ate lunch with her little sister, showed her around the school and offered much advice. The activities of the week closed with a hootenanny at which both little and big sisters performed. lrl l ' , 1 , . .5 ,.- 27416-CLICK... Students open lockers to change books between periods. FFT inf IUNIURS RALLY TARGET - VICTORY. . . Balloons advertise political preference. GOP, G0 . . . Loyal teenage Republicans, TARS, vocally support their ticket. SALUTE TO BARRY . . . Goldwater Girls execute snappy routines for their candidate. CAMPAIGN SPIRIT Bl.ACK HORNED RIMS . . . Goldwater supporters admire party emblem. HE'S OUR MAN . . . Waving balloons and toting posters, students show enthusiasm for candidate of their choice. During the presidential campaign the junior class, under the direction of Mrs. Patricia Curtis organized a political rally. Students chose their candidate and political managers. The Democratic chairman opened the rally with an address followed by a Democratic drill team performance and an enthusi- astic ovation from Johnson supporters. The Repub- lican keynote speech, a drill team routine, and rousing cheers gave support to Senator Goldwater. A personal message from Mrs. Goldwater and a telegram from the National Democratic Headquar- ters climaxed the highly successful event. 10 GUN SALUTE . . . Democratic drill team brand themselves as Johnson supporters, CARULING, DECURATING BRIN CRIB SIDE . . . Frosh Glee Club usher in Christmas spirit while carollng at Kersting Square. in ,ft Christmas 1964 was a busy and happy season. In the Villa juniors and seniors trimmed the tree, arranged holly and fir boughs and other festive decora- tions for the Great Hall, the Rotunda and the Library. PREMIERE PERFORMANCE . . . Combined Alverno, La Salle Glee Clubs voice Christmas joy. DEL SPIRIT ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS . . . Santa interviews Principal during carolling excursion. TANNENBAUM . . . Christmas merrymakers Becky Weinstein, Kathy ' - Coombesyand Kathi Carmen' mm the Vina tree' ABOVE IT ALL . . . Yuietide decorators, Ieit to right, Donna Beardshear and Sue Matt tie fir boughs securely. ,fwfr ld CHORUS LINE. . . Holiday carollers entertain at the Villa. Q, ,, flrkx., r-'P' r ,go fm. aj 581, . N , 1' BOARD 0F DIRECTORS . . . Alverno Parents' Association Executive Board, left to right, Mr. lohn Goetz, treasurer, Mrs. Edmund Pulone, vice-president, Mrs. Fred Buskuhl, chairman of Women's Activities, Mr. Robert Matheny, president: Mrs. A. l. Huber, secretary, Mrs. Albert Secchi, publicity chairmanp Mr. Roy Praisler, chairman of Ways and Means Committee. ALVERNO PARENTS' ASSUCIATIUN HUSTS MEETINGS, GET-TUGETHERS TWO N0 TRUMP. . . Bridge players bid while Mrs. Robert Matheny, chairman, looks on. The Alverno Parents' Association gave invaluable support during this school year. Meeting once a month, the executive board planned the agenda forthe general meetings which were held quarterly. Among the benefit events sponsored were the Mother-Daughter Tea, Father-Daughter Night, card parties, dinners and a spring Fiesta. HERE THEY COME . . . APA members arrive lor general meeting. INDESCRIBABLY DELICIOUS . . . APA hostesses, Mrs. Frances Peabody, Mrs. Charles Pretzinger, and Mrs. A. W. Bomberg prepare refreshments. A 33555 . ir.-1, , A , r pr 1 l,.,Z:1, '- ' ...f e, I T0 G0 OR NOT TO G0 . . . Sister M. Angela, OSF, president of Rosary Hill addresses parent meetin Catholic woman's college. College, Buffalo, New York, g on the advantages of a I ,J .Z uf ." 1 ,g WATCH YOUR STEP. . . Parents scurry downstairs to beat the bell. YOU'RE LATE . . . Office helper, Nancy Chase, makes out late slips for tardy parent, Mrs. Cervenka. PARENTS RELIVE SCHOOL RUUTINE CLEAR YOUR DESKS . . . Sister lane discusses Student Outlook with bewildered parents. TIMED TEST . . . Mrs. Carlson's typing class presents a problem for out-ofapractice parents. Q l I r I fl SPRING HAS SPRUNG . , . Frank Fisher and Cheryl Burke arrive in Cherry Blossom Lane. SUPHUMURES HOST TRADITIUNAL DANCE An eagerly awaited and a very successful event was the Cherry Blossom Ball, the annual sophomore dance. The girls and their dates danced to the music of the Tru-Tones in a garden ot pink flowers replete with a wishing well. Their lavish decorations complemented the theme, "It Looks Like Rain In Cherry Blossom Lane." Vi REALLY? . . . Laura Driscoll and her date, Tim Sullivan, discuss the possibility of rain. HOW I WISH . . . Chatting by the wishing well are, Lett to right: Ion Scheffing, Lillian Brown, Jeanne Stucka and Don Randolph. ' 'N 4 1 SWING YOUR PARTNER . . . Couples dance to the music of the Tru-Tones. AFTER THE BALL . . . Leaving the dance are, Lett to right: Bob Navarre and Maureen Ryan, ttoregroundi. V " .A RUCKUS RAlSERS . . . lunior Western singers, Lett to right: Cindie Sterling, Holly Rhatigan, Bev Archer, Sue Cousineau, Kathy Barry, Chris Snyder, entertain junior and senior fathers and daughters. Freshmen and sophomores held their annual Father-Daughter night on Jan. 28, the juniors and seniors entertained their fathers on Feb. 11. The social hour was followed by entertainment during which the drill team and glee club performed. Other acts included skits, soft-shoe numbers, a style show, and singing of contemporary songs. After the show, the dads and daughters joined in singing old-time favorites. Lively folk dancing rounded out the evening. CASTANET KICK . . . Linda Oliver executes a Spanish routine. 1-2-SIDE STEP Fathers strain to keep up with hep daughters FAN DANCE . . . Lynne Velling models the latest for sophomore and freshman dads and daughters. ii, -i ' . V, 1 Q., I s WITCHING HOUR . . . Pat Burke blows up a big yellow moon for witch, lan Mazzola. STRAIGHT FROM OLYMPUS r - t X . ah, ,Q 1 . , '94 " fl il lf . X - IEVQ .1 JW, .gkivf I ' , l . lift 5. f .l i SOMETHlN'S POPPIN' . . . A trio of freshmen sing "The Perfect Nanny" from Mary Poppins. . . . Grecian fashion is modeled by Pat Shea. 23 SKIDDO . . . Flapper, Elise Monroe, hurries to CARDIAC STOMP. . . Fathers follow the lead of energetic daughters. enter the dance marathon. SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS . . . Pat Fisher and Mike Lorenzen enter the fantastic world of Mary Poppins. IUNIURS, SENIURS, DANCE IN MARY POPPIN'S WURLD if COZY COUPLES . . .Juniors and seniors sway to the soft music. F I PLAY THAT SAX! . . . Joe Paianch's Band provides music for the junior sponsored dance. ii? CHIT-CHAT . . . Seniors and dates pause for refreshments. HANDS OFF . . . Chaperones, Left to right, Mrs. Clair Kirk, Mrs. Sam Mulle, and Mrs, Rod Schmidt, prepare refreshments while Wayne Steel watches. f my '1 L , HOW D0 YOU DO? . . . Miss Jeanne Wooldridge greets, left to right, Pat and Mrs. Edward Clark, Bev and Mrs. Charles Archer. FASHIUNABLE EVENT STRESSES ETIIIUETTE .-. X ,. X. ..1.lQ LOVELY WEATHER, lSN'T IT . , . Mrs. Robert Linnan and Sue, Mrs. William Hartfield and Ellen, Mrs. Jack Ferandell and Judy, and Mrs. Robert Matheny and Anne Marie, chat at the Mother-Daughter Tea. IN THE ROUND . . . Conversing at the Mother-Daughter Tea are seated, left to right, Mrs. James Barnett, Sue Lester, Mrs. Frank Lester, Mrs. George Taylor, Mrs. Richard Zetlmaier, Mrs. Edward Rushworth, Sister M. Manuela and Patty Zetlmaierg standing, Kathy Lester and Linda Rushworth, AT THE TEA TABLE . . . Sewing themselves, left to right, Mrs. Leroy Tidwell, Mrs. Elizabeth Cortese and Doris, and Kathy and Mrs. Harold Coomhes, balance plate, gloves and refreshments. ,g'1-55131- . .. Y ...YW . 4' -er:g..A' E . i 4 li STUDENTS ENIUY 'MAN FUR All SEASUNS' An all-professional repertoire company staged "Man for All Seasons" for Alverno students, November 25. Accompanied by faculty members, the girls witnessed the moving por- trayal of the life of St. Thomas More in the Actors' Theater in Hollywood. After curtain call, the actors came out to greet the audience. GOD'S SERVANT , , , Sir Thomas More bids his wife farewell OVER THE SHOULDER . . .Students study cast while looking at program in prison scene. EVEN DOZEN . . . Cast of "Man for All Seasons" poses after performance. i T0 FIT YOUR FINGERS . . . Mr. Humphrey measures, left to right, Vanessa Turnage, Anne Barnett, and Madeline Knebel, for class rings, IUNIURS ESTABLISH NEW TRAIJITIUN GOD'S GIFT T0 YOU . . . Father Joel elevates the monstrance. The Class of '66 staged the first ring ceremony to he held at Alverno. The program included the singing of the junior class song, an address by Rev. Joel Gromowski, CP, the introduction of junior class symbols, and an explanation of the history and meaning of the ring by the class officers. Holding their rings to be blessed, the juniors made the formal ring pledge. Benediction concluded the impressive ceremony. -,Nh B , L. C d YOUR FORMAL PLEDGE . . . Junior vice- president, Bev Archer speaks on the history and significance of the class ring. THY BLESSING ON THIS RING A Junior proudly holds her ring to be blessed J rza rons -, rganrza rons -, Organrzatrons- Organrzatr tronsg Organrzatronsg Org rnrzatrons - Organrzatrons Katrons - ,Organrzatrons -, ,rganrzatron a- Organrzatr tronsg Organrzatronsg Org rnrzatrons - Organrzatrons rzatrons - ,Organrzatrons - , Organrzatrons - Organrzatr tronsg Organrzatronsg Org rnrzatrons - Organrzatrons rzatrons -,Organizations -, Organrzatrons- Organrzatr tronsg Organrzatronsg Org rnrzatrons - Organrzatrons t - Or anrzatrons- rza Ions , g , , Organrzlatrons - Organrzatr tronsg rganrzatronsg Org rnrzatrons - Organrzatrons rzatrons -, Organrzatrons -, Organrzatrons- Organrzatr tronsg Organ6zatro,ns -, Org t - r rzat ons rnrzarons gan I I rzatrons -,Organrzatrons -, Organrzatrons- Organrzatn tronsg Organrzatronsg Org rnrzatrons - Organrzatrons rzatrons -,Organrzatrons -, tlrganrzlatrons - Prganrzlatr tons , rganrza Ions I rg rnrzatrons - Organrzatrons rzatrons -, Organrzatrons f, 'iii 1-'TY ANN LURENZEN President :Bl PATRICIA TUBIN Vice-President ANNE MARIE MATNENY STUDENT DDUNDIL LEADS, DRGANIZES, DIREDTS, INITIATES ln every high school, the Student Council takes the lead in assisting the administration and initiating projects which unify the Student Body, Operating under a new constitution, this year's officers supervised all student elections. They conducted the Student Body reception ceremony, and explained points of the school code. One of their most successful ventures was Operation FAD, Faculty Appreciation Day. CUNNIE SWEENEY Recording Secretary GAYLE SWILER CHRISTINE KIRK Corresponding Secretary TFSHSUYSI U! Xi 39'E9a'lf'3GLA'mS S Q5 of sf! f DX N -' AXE 9 U- N' Q. La, A 43' 1 g 1.75551 V g 9 . ., KT fl ' D l xi? f z e N 5' Q- l l l l I il 1' t '3 v ' 4- I ' , F. 1 V i .l A . . 1 Al A 1 SUMMIT CONFERENCE . . . Student Council members discuss student activities. Members are seated, left to right, Jane Driscoll, Sue Goetz, Chris Kirk, Anne Marie Matheny, Pat Tobin, Ann Lorenzen, Connie Sweeney, Gayle Swiler, Karen Curtis, Elaine Ferrari and standing, left to right, Patty Carberry, Nancy Iredale, leri Sweeney, JoAnne Carroll and Barbara Dorazio. THE BIG 14 . . . Homeroom presidents -First row, left to right: Maria Marchosky, lill Winnen. Second row: Debbie Hartranft, Francene Smith. Third row: Laura Driscoll. Fourth row: Jackie Phillips, Pam Anicich, Mary L'Heureux. Fifth row: Brigid Regan, Pam Piering, Pat Bearce. Sixth row: Barbara Dorazio, Clare Nurre, and Julie Schmidt help accomplish Student Council aims. 91 . -of l w -1, Iggnx ct 'f-'..s, ,s ,k Qnylvfm-- -A .' 'xy 'Y' , g Li , 'Q :- ' E,-,,,. , T 4.4 nv., 14,E..,.l,t,Q3,q., f ELEVATED POST . . . First semester Service Club members standing, First row, left to right: Georgette Cahill, Chris Carroll, Sally Glausser, Kathy Eshom, Suzanne Houle, Penny Freeman, Cathie Cummiskey, Amanda Adia. Second row: Melanie Bartlett, Vicki Curran, Beth Eckhart, Cathy de Pasco, Ruth Haskell, Meg Greening and Pat Burke. OLD GLORY . . . First semester Service Club officers, left to right, Carol Winkler and Betty Holstein, raise theflags. SINCERE SERVICE SMILING SERVICE . . . Members of the first semester Service Club sitting, First row, left to right: Cathy Van Ness, Parme Kay Plancich, Francie Malone, Mary Keese, lean Moser, Gerrie Montuoth, Dorothy Walshe. Second row: Beverly lean, Adrienne Melieste, Chris Pocino, Carol Schuck, Chris Nelson, Sandy Marchand, Sherry Maurin, Carol Winkler, Pat Thomas, standing. Third row: Vicki Ruggles, Susie Ripple, Zola Johnson, Philomene Miller, Alice Facteau, Rita Kerner, Denise Longpre, Nora Titus, Kathy Palmer, Carol Salem and Chris Teeple. NEW REGIMENT . . . Newly appointed members of the second semester Service Club include, Row one, left to right: Joyce Trout, Kathy Van Kuran, Mary Angela Profet, Marlene Porreca, Kitty Vagnino, Jill Winnen, Sharyn Slavin, Marcia Pavlik, Paula Zullo, and Pam Rourke. Row two: Linda Reynolds, Penny Pierce, Rita Pepe, Cindy Paige, Pat Yuhas, Margaret Walters, Cheryl Reaume, Susan Peabody, Lynne Velling, Jeanne Stucka, Cathy Zierlr, Merrie Smith, and Diane Habell. MACHINE MANAGEMENT . . . Dolores Nigro, chairman, and Kathy The Alverno Service Club, moderated by Sister M. Jane, is a select group of sophomores chosen to give special service to the Student Body and to the school. Their duties include preparing the cafe- torium for Holy Mass and monitoring the lunch hour. They also act as hostesses at school func- tions and assume specific office duties. Soho, co-chairman, of the second semester Service Club serve seniors, Left to right: Donna Corsetti, Barbara Buettner, and Joanne Boethling. AT YOUR SERVICE . . . Posing after Service Club installation are new members. Row one, left to right: Elaine Dalton, Bette Monroe, Chris Mueller, Chris Lee, Elise Monro, Lenore Healy. Row two: Susan Kelly, Barbara Kennedy, Nancy Comerford, Cecile Bouquet, Alice Mang, Diane Chicoine, Barbara Collins, Sue Germaine. Row three: Mary Mulz, Linda Canini, Sandy Anderson, Kathy Kodaj, Ellen Burns, Linda Lombardi, Lillian Brown, and Mary Le Roy. :re MEMORIAL PROGRAM . . . Paying tribute to President John F. Kennedy are National Honor Society officers, Lett to right: Karen Klement, vice-president: Marian Karbo, treasurer: Karen Birney, secretary, Kathy McCoy, president. INDUCTEES . . . New National Honor Society members are Row one, lett to right: Karen Secchi, Ruth Regas, Suzy Winslow. Row two: Pam Piering, Dianne Schwab, Frances Oldenburg, Bridgid Regan. Row three: Ann Sinclair, Chris Orr, Sue Radwan Sue O'Connor. NHS INIJUI The National Honor Society is the most select scholastic organization at Alverno. Members are chosen on the basis oi four characteristics: scholarship, character, leadership and service. Each quarter the Daemen Chapter of the NHS sponsors a project within the school. This year's activities included a Kennedy Memorial Service, a tutoring program, a poetry contest, an induction ceremony and a courtesy campaign. PROVISIONAL MEMBERS . . . National Honor Society provisionals are, , Row one, left to right: Donna Schulz, lanet Barnes, Nancy Aschenbrener. Row two: Cecelia Fisher, Nancy Chase and lane Lindenthal. 'Y' W P I if Q . be . 4- . 4 "EY Y JJ , . 1 ii.: ' I ' el I if 1, ,Q , I V if i K EW MEMBERS NHS MEMBERS . . . National Honor Society members are, Row one, left to right: Kathy McCoy, Karen Klement, Patty Carberry, Mary Winslow, Connie Sweeney. Row two: Kathi Carlsten, Nancy Iredale, Lucy Marino, Karen Ott, Mary Reilly, Gayle Swiler, Jane Driscoll. Row three: Ann Lorenzen, Marian Karho, Karen Birney, Becky Weinstein. hir! .153 INDUCTEES . . . Posing after their induction into the National Honor Society are, Row one, left to right: Joanne Huber, Patty Mounteer, Christie Kuntz. Row two: Patti lo Kaye, Kathy Albade, Pat Clark, Sue Goetz and Donna Beardshear. Row three: Kathy Hermann, Pat Chase and Clare Crawford. COURTESY CAMPAIGN . . . Sister lane, moderator of the National Honor Society, checks last minute preparations for a NHS project with, Left to right: Brigid Regan and Patti Jo Kaye. THIRD UR Alverno's newest organization is the Third Order of St. Francis, directed by Sister M. Benigna. Among the first activities was a snow trip and a retreat held at the Franciscan Retreat House in Malibu. Father Brendan Mitchell, OFM, Provincial Commis- sary, conducted a twilight retreat and recep- FOUR SQUARE . . . Sitting at the feet of St. Francis are Third Order officers, left to right, tion inthe Villa Chapel on Dec. 4. Kathi Carlsten, secretary, Becky Weinstein, prefect, Suvan Riley, vice prefect, and Chris Kirk, treasurer. ST. FRANCIS FIVE . . . Newly received third order members, left to right, TRIUMVIRATE . ..Bmrher Fabian, ost, Father Brendan Mitchell, OFM, and sistereenrgna Donna Reiher, Janet Haynes, Doris Cvrtese, Patty Carberry and Pat confer on third order matters. Soderberg, stand before their patron. Mr my "FM READS APUSTULATE FOLLOWING ST. FRANCIS . . . Alter their reception into Third Order, left to right, Chris Kirk, Susan Ripple, Maureen Kitchens, and Ruth Haskell review the ceremony with Brother Jerome, OSF. THE FRANCISCAN SPIRIT . , . New members of the Third Order are Melanie Bartlett, Betty Holstein, Kathy Coomhes, Nancy Sanders Mary Ellen King and Debbie Hartranft. T0 UPHOLD FRANCISCAN IDEALS . . . Newly received Third Order members, left to right: Kathy Weigand, Donna Schulz, Toni Pulone, Lissa Wood and Bridgid Regan pose with Mr. Walter 0'Keefe and Father Brendan, Provincial Commissary. SURPRISE PACKAGE . . . Packing a box for Tijuana are senior sodality members, left to right: Kathy Rook, Nanette Plummer, mission chairmang Pat Tobin, treasurerg Ellen Hartfield, Linda Mezzanatto, and Maureen Taylor. Under the sponsorship of Miss Linda Marchand and Sister M. Claire, the Sodality has attempted to fulfill its two major aims: leadership and apostolic work. Attendance at the Summer Schools of Catholic Action and the Archdiocesan Sodality forums enabled the girls to gain experience in spiritual leadership. Helping Tijuana orphans, visiting hospitals and children's homes and supporting Father Raymond's Korean missions were some of their apostolic activities. Communion breakfasts highlighted their Sodality meetings. SUIIALIT SPIRITUA R- Fee, ,W L, . 5 BREAKING THE FAST , . . Socializing at Communion breakfast are, left to right: Lucy Marino, Patty Carberry, prefectg Kathi Carlsten, vice prefectg and JoAnne Carroll. N0 BUGS, MILADY . . . Paying a visit to Our Lady's shrine, senior sodalists, Mary Speyer, Lynda Archer and Kathy Walshe arrange potted plants. P 4 as- -4 , , ff so 'sift 99 -,' ,e if fl ra FFERS RUWTH .Vw x -rfk' TETE A TETE . . . Exchanging notes on college morality are senior Sodality members, left to right Bernadette Terril, Nancy Iredale, Jeri Sweeney and Nancy Chase. 1, , wx- ,. 5 A .flghf ua ON THE WAY . . . Senior sodalists preparing to visit Five Acres, a children's home, are left to right, Julie Schmidt, Nanette Pike and Kathy Hermann. Jew ??'f 4'Y Q HQQDI: 7 Eff. ' i-sf . TO JESUS THROUGH MARY . . . Junior Sodality officers, left to right, Nancy Aschenbrener, vice prefect, and Kathy Lester, prefect, review Rule 34 with moderator, Sister M. Claire, ORANGE JUICE AND COFFEE CAKE . . . Sodality chaplain, Father Joel Gromow- ski CP, confers during breakfast with left to right, Patty Van Ness, secretary, Miss Linda Marchand, moderator, Clare Nurre and Becky Weinstein. LANGUAGE CLI lNTERNATl0l GAY PARISIENNES . . . Dreaming of a trip to Paris are French Club officers, left to right, Barbara Dorazio, treasurer, Debbie Munro, president, Kathy Hatzenbuehler, secretary, and Ruth Regas, viceepresident. JOYEUX NOEL . . . French Club carollers are, First row, left to right: Maria Simon, Mary Kohl, Mary CICER0 STOMP t U n pmviding music are the Latin Ann Hession, Suzanne Houle, Corinne Webber, Becky Weinstein, Second row: Nancy Iredale, Pat Tobin, Beatles, left to right: Nora Titus, Mary Bennett, Kafen K'9m9f'ta'ld Kafhl' Welliand- Lillian Brown and Mary Linda Reyfwlds. ROMAN BACCHANALIAN . . . Feasting at the Latin play are freshmen students, left to right: Sheila Fisher, Marilyn Heino, Kris Alhade, Pat Coombes, Bonnie McManus, Kathy Viery, on the couch, and Marcella Hernandez, facing cast. AV The language clubs are among Alverno's most active organizations. This year the French Club, directed by Sister M. Claire, and the Spanish Club, directed by Sister Marie Therese, again participated in the Language Festival, held at Mount St. Mary's College. Les Petites Francaises carolled at French homes in the area of the school, viewed French films, and discussed French customs. Spanish club senoritas held a gala Christmas program, which included skits, a talk in Spanish by Father loel and the breaking of a pinata. Also joining in the festivities, Latin students produced a classic drama, "Alcestis", and sang a Latin version of "The Twelve Days of Christmas." One of their crowning successes was the Latin banquet where they served foods listed as Roman fare, and staged Julius Caesar with minor revisions. SPANISH JUMPING BEANS . . . Dancing for Spanish Club members are, left to right: Mariellen Toy, Cindy Swanson and Marilee Turnham. SERENADE . . . Spanish Club officers planning for the future are, left to right: Marilee Turnham, vice- chairman, Linda Behr, co-chairman, Tani Peckham, vice-chairman, and Lynda Archer, co-chairman. STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION . . . Spanish Club moderator, Sister Marie Terese, guides Kathy Kodaj, Spanish student, in the right direction to break the pinata. LINE-UP . . . loAnne Carroll, editor, Karen Ott, assistant editor, and Sister M. Catherine, adviser, discuss layout for La Tilma's next issue. MONEY CHANGERS . . . Business staff, left to right: Connie Sweeney, co business manager, Sue Radwan, and Patty Carberry, co-business manager analyze patron form. TYPISTS' TECHNIQUE . . . La Tilma staff members, left to right: Kathy Pruett, Frances Oldenburg, Suzy Winslow, and Pam Piering, prepare articles for the printer. " ,J-'als Q. -al The Postscripts, Alverno's press club moderated by Sister M. Catherine, not only supply the staffs of the Troubadour and La Tilma, but also sponsor a variety of social activities. During December, senior members hosted a Christmas luncheon to welcome Rookies. In May, junior members returned the favor by staging a farewell banquet for graduates on the staff. DEADLINE DILEMMA . . . Struggling to meet the deadline are left to right, Pat Chase, Midi Psomas, layout editor, Bev Archer sports editor, Angela Smaldino, Mary Reilly, news editor and Ann Lorenzen, feature editor. PRESS CLUB CUNCERNS- TRDUBADUUR, LA TILMA COPY OUANDARY . . . Copy staff, left to right: Nanette Pike, Estelle Easley, editor, and Kathy Rook, type copy for the Trouhadour. KJ'-hx' "1 '.',QlWa--23 - 'fi' flex ..gJ,'ai-'lt ORGANIZED CONFUSION . . . Meeting for a typical yearbook workday are, left to right: Chris Orr, Lucy Marino, art and layout editor, Patty Van Ness, and Janet Haynes, photography editor. x.. CHRISTMAS CONFEREES . . . Press Club officers, fl to ri sitting,Midi Psomas, vice-president, Mary Reilly, president, standing, Pat Chase, secretary, Kathy Rook, treasurer, prepare for Christmas luncheon. LAYOUT LIBERTIES . . . Inter-Collegiate Press representative, Mr, lon Nelson, gives pointers in layout technique to Nancy lredale and Jeri Sweeney,Trouhadour cofeditors. 103 AT THE KEYBOARD . . . Glee Club officers, left to right: Patty Mounteer, president, Nancy Aschenbrener, vice-president, and Chris Kirk, secretary, sing to the accompani- ment of Ruth Regas, treasurer. CLUB ENTERTAINMEN Under the direction of Sister M, Gregory, the Glee Club, "The Troubadours," have completed a busy schedule. These members, students from the sophomore, junior and senior classes entertained their audiences at a variety of programs such as the following: Alverno and LaSalle Christmas caroling and programs, Father- Daughter Evening, Fine Arts Festival, parents' meetings and the LaSalle Spring Showcase. READY, BEGIN . . . Sister M. Gregory, director, initiates practice with warm-up exercises. TRA - IA - LA V LA - LA - LA . . . Patty Mounteer conducts the Alverno Glee Club: First row, left to right: Vicki Curran, Nancy Aschen- brener, Suvan Riley, Christie Kuntz, Penny Freeman, Teri Aguilar, Eleanor Parks, Anne Crawford. Second row: Cathie Cummiskey, Ruth Regas, Kathy Lester, Karen Secchi, Pam Piering, Elaine Dalton, Cathy Zierk, Kathy Pruett. Third row: Gloria Jean, Joanne Huber, Kathy Donnelly, Melody Anicich, Beth Ann Eckhart, Nancy Chase, Pat Yuhas, Beverly Jean and Chris Kirk, and labsentl Gloria Geiger and Toni Pulone. l -A PRUVIDE EXPERIENCE Members of the Science Club, supervised by Sister Marianne, supplemented their classroom knowledge with science oriented activities. Movies, field trips, and guest speakers were part of the program, while members also participated in science fairs, Summer Science Schools and the Junior Science Symposium. MOUSE TRAPPED . . . Science Club officers, left to right: Mary Ann Hession, vice-president, Sister Marianne, moderator, Kathi Carlsten, secretary-treasurer, Patty Mounteer, program chairman, Nancy Chase, president, and Karen Ott, program chairman, view specimen. ' ' ' Xb-2341 V , 1 wi 5 6 I 0 4 8 7 2 3 MAGIC SQUARE . . . Peering at Mathematica, museum exhibit, are Science Club members, Linda Peters, Pam Piering and Suzy Winslow. OSSIFICATION UNLIMITED . . . Gazing at a Brontosaurus remains at the Los Angeles County Museum are Midi Psomas, Pat Lynch and Maureen Kitchens. WHAT A PILL! . . . Touring a pharmaceutical laboratory, Science Club members, Karen Secchi and Kathy McBride, listen to their guide, Mr. Maurice Dobbins, demonstrate a pillemaking machine. ek GAA, DRILL TEAM STRESS GIIIIII SPURTSMANSHIP ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION . . . GAA officers, left to right, standing: Tani Peckham, recording secretary, Miss Michele Dowdy, coach, Chris Elko, vice president, Kathy Barry, treasurer, sitting: Cecilia Fisher, corresponding secretary, and Barbara Dorazio, president. The GAA offered to sportsminded girls an opportunity to participate in athletics. After school its members met to play volleyball, basketball, softball and tennis. Some of the GAA off-campus activities were attendance at the Ramona Playday, bicycle rides, picnics, and impromptu softball games. Regular attendance earned points for a letter. The GAA award dinner climaxed an active year. ig , .. ff ' 51:11 lv I. ti i , , I I ' . ' , A I I :. A' ' ' . n f L , ,.- n 5 -r I ' IEW- I Lf' 7 h I u X - . ' GOOD SPORTS . . . Charter members of the Letterman Club are, left to right: Chris Elko, Gayle Swiler, Kathy Lester, Anne Hodges and Barbara Dorazio. BART FlNKBETTER'S HOUSE PARTY . , . Pep Council officers, left to right: Micki Trahan, president, Cindie Sterling, secretary, and Sue Linnan, vice- president, practice skit with Ann McLaughlin, a freshman, for a rally. The '64-'65 school year afforded many opportunities for the Drill Team members to display their skill. They performed their unusual routines at the Father-Daughter night, and several school assemblies. They also represented the school at the Ramona Playday and a La Salle pep rally. 4 Z rc..-'---. . .,l.,- .. W .. ."-gre' ,.,-A:.N--:-::kJ-M.-iffy,-.A,1eA -..J x TQ S . g,,,.,,gi, EX ' -, l ,i QUITE A FORMATION . . . Drill Team members, First row, left to right: Nancy Ashenbrener. Second row: Linda Peters, Kathy Pruett, treasurer. Second row: Chris Orr, Mary Ann Cowper, president, Cathy Fowler. Fourth row: Pam Piering, vice-president, Harriet Higgins, Midi Psomas, JoAnne Hendrie. Fifth row: Sue Matt, Sue Gaines, Kathy O'Boyle, Barbara Coleman, Patty Bearce and Linda Mezzanato, form triangle. I s..x, . PRESENT ARMS . . . Standing at attention are, left to right: Toni Pulone, Janet Stanovich, Sandy Torres, Donna Schulz, secretary, Karrie Yurich, Mariellen Toy, Nancy Zak, Marilee Turnham, Donna Walsh, Lauren Schlosser, Angela Smaldino, Lissa Wood, Cindy Swanson, Linda Riggio and Holly Rhatigan, drill team members. T07 -af 1.--QC? -L ' fi r J- - J y , iff itil 5' J 5 T , . lr sf .ag Q W., msvui is vb X ,F ' j Ay n 5 R N 11- rx ,ff , ' "K ' J -r Nl J Af s., , 'l A F ar C71 M A 'U y 1 - . .rx mf. A-- .L -..v, ., , ., . , Y W ' NET GAIN . . . Varsity volleyball players are First row, left to right: Nancy Rowe, Elise Monroe, Jill Winnen, Chris Elko, Barbara Dorazio, Kathy Lester. Second row: Anne Hodges, captain, Janice Boardman, Cecilia Fisher, Donna Edwards, Cathy Van Ness, Kathy Coombes, Nora Titus and Maureen Kitchens. TENSE MOMENT . . . Junior B-team member, Pat Fisher saves the serve. UP AND OVER . . . Nancy Rowe returns a volley during game. WATCH THE BIRDIE . . . Volleyball B-team members are First row: Cathie Cummisky, Sue Cousineau, Carol Schuck. Second row: Pam McElwee, Cecile Bouquet, Karen Birney, captain, Alice Facteau and Pat Fisher. -A E HEERIEAIIERS EAM SPIRIT VDLLEYBALL SCHEDULE Poly Tech .................... Away Pomona Catholic ..... Away Westridge ......... .. . Away Sacred Heart ...... .... H ome Mayfield ............ Away San Gahriel Mission .... .... H ome llueen of Angels ...... Away RAH FOR OUR SIDE . . . Varsity yell leaders, left to right: Sue Linnan, Micki Trahan and Cindie Sterling give a victory cheer. HIP, HIP, HOORAY . . . Junior cheerleaders, left to right: Chris Snyder, Linda Rushworth, and Patty Mounteer demonstrate junior spirit. GIVE A YELL . . . Freshman cheerleaders, left to right, standing: Josie Regan, Peggy 0'TooIe, Danielle Dowdy. Kneeling: Cammy Lynch, show sports enthusiasm. QUITE A TREAT . . . Exhibiting pep prowess are sophomore cheerleaders, tront to hack: ludy Davidson, Kathy Kodaj, Pat Soderberg and Merrie Smith. NEW EBU VARIETY ' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Pomona Catholic .......... Home Bishop Amat .... . . .Away Sacred Heart .... . . Away Anoakia ........ . Home Pomona Catholic . . . . . Away F... Poly Tech ...... . . Home . in Bishop Amat . . . . . Home ' Westridge ...... . . Away h Sacred Heart .... . . Home it ie y The basketball varsity proved to be especial- ly good this year. Frequent practice resulted in a highly competitive unit which captured WHITE TORNADOES . . . Basketball varsity, left to right: Mary Profet, Maureen Kitchens, Barbara Dorazio, Cecilia Fisher, Anne Hodges, Kathy Coombes, Tani Peckham, Gayle Swiler, Chris Elko, Donna Edwards, and Kathy Lester, line up for practice shot. SHOOTIN' FIVE . . . Basketball B-team members are first row, left to right: Nancy Rowe, Jill Winnen, Pam McElwee, Karen Birney and Pat Fisher. A BASKET? . . . Kathy Coombes and Gayle Swiler wait anxiously for the rebound. the interest of the entire student body. Miss Michele Dowdy, coach, expressed satisfaction at the team's progress. ROMOTE PURTS ludy Paulus, Kathy Binder, and Maureen Stroup. '3s,g1:'..,gM'x 1 ,, . , .15 - r 1, ' :ef -af . " ' -' -P SLUGGERS . , . Southpaw, Camille Whitaker, waits it out. Other team members 1 are, left to right: Maria Simon, Alice Facteau and Carol Winkler. .r K 'K WHEATIES EATERS . . . Freshmen and Sophomore members of the Pep Club are First row, left to right: Maria Marchosky, Dorothy Walsh, Alice Facteau, Carol Winkler, Cathie Cummiskey, Peggy O'Toole, Karen Curtis, Karen Praisler, Danielle Dowdy, Sue Germaine. Second row: Ann McLaughlin, Betty Nader, Rosie Facteau, Charlene Mallock, Susan Yurich, and Sally Shoaf. PEP RALLIERS . . . Pep Council includes junior and senior members, left to right: Nanette Pike, Pat Tobin, Ellen l-lartfield, Jeri Sweeney, Cathy Fowler, Mary Sidenfaden, Terry Merlo, Sue Cousineau, Kathy 0'Boyle, ln their second year, the Pep Club spurred enthusiastic support for Alverno's volleyball, basketball and softball teams. The members staged a pep rally complete with cheers, a skit, pointers on sportsmanship and drill team. Freshman, sophomore, junior and varsity cheerleaders orga- nized and led the students in spirited cheers. RACKETTES . . . Mr. Lin Shampine poses with tennis team, First row, left to right: Chris Elko, Cammy Lynch, Marsha Wishart. Second row: Tani Peckham, Kathy Albade, loan Nick and Kris Albade. V X af J? fix ALUMNAE CORONATION PROCESSION . . . Kay Mclsaac crowns the Blessed Mother as court, Kathy Gibson, Kathi Carlsten, Roderick Mclsaac, Patty Carberry and Eileen Higgins look on. 5 ', .rim VIN' W a. ,, if L DAY T0 REMEMBER . . . Former seniors read first issue ofthe Truuhadnur. Ufii L1 -Q-'f!f1'HT!?-'S-vw rfrr'srrfwr+ferrifsi'r'F YTk"" 9 - f 'J L' ip4i'wWwePaPQ K'f'f'HTI7f:3T"'7!'U4"iT1i !'?f'riTi-vf1"gt'H1124-F3231 ?6'7qHw5,'i'Y'Y"'f"" ':'FY"fE:"?m'tri'in71 5fn'!7'iFE'Y'W'i'fJr-rr' f3'EIT?fW7"'f'L9"2"V V2?VfVNEF'5Y kftff' fl fi mo- 1: ' TITUS-SWEENEY SPELL OUT . . . Mrs. Marcella Titus leads faculty rooting section while Mrs. Eunice Sweeney cheers on the seniors. FACULTY, STUDENTS' SAY FAREWELL BENCH WARMERS . . . Faculty anxiously watches batter during tense moment of faculty-senior game. QUEENS OF THE DIAMOND . . . Faculty fielders, left to right: Mrs. Betty Swiler, Mrs. Edith Keese, Miss Michele Dowdy, Miss Linda Marchand and Miss Jeanne Wooldridge, ham it up. ai-la-.:51 H3 CLASS UF '64 GRADUATES, REUNITES FAREWELL GIFT . . . Cathy Brown, Lynn York and Maureen Kenny admire their graduation presents. THE CLIMAX . . . Solemn-faced seniors receive diplomas. ALMA MATER . . . Class of '64 gives final salute. 1 hi 1. D .1159 971345 L - . . L ll ll I '- ff-411-',. W IS THAT S0 . . .At first reunion, Alumnae members relate summer activities. .-,na .' YOUR NAME, PLEASE . . . Barbara Oathout and Kathy Gibson check off names as Alumnae members left to right: Nan Mulleavy,-Chris Fisher, Mary Maloney, Bridget Marshall, and Sallye Donovan FIRST BRIDE . . . Mr. and Mrs. Caesar Valdesuso, lMiriam registeratthe doo,- Sasturainl, stand in front of St. Philip's Church after their June wedding. A TOAST . . . Mrs. Marcella Titus offers Leslie Leckband a cup of punch while Jeanne Dignam and Nancy Steinbacher sip re- freshments. . . I 1 I T A Q , I 77 I r fy, . ., - ' .,' M 2' '-I I Ip I ,L 'll w Ay- has entered the A for mission work. tra. I KATHY BUUIIIIEAU M A A TIIEIIESE IIE LA TURRE MARY IIRABINSIII EILEEN HIGGINS MAUREEN KENNEY in .W Many members of the Class of '64 have entered the religious life. The majority have chosen to follow St. Francis and are currently studying as postulants at the Redwood City Motherhouse. Another graduate, Sarah O'Gara, Medical Missionaries and is preparing MARY ANN GRIFFITII ALUMNAE CHUIIS QNAXX MARY JANE LEARY KAY MC ISAAC CLAUDIA YUCELIIA SARAII 0'GARA -fair , NEW ORGANIZATION, OLD FACES . . . Sister M. lane, along with Alumnae officers, left to right: Kathy Reinsch, secretary, Barbara Oathout, treasurerg Cathy McNamara, vice-presidentg Kathy Gibson, president, autograph Christmas greetings. IVERSE VUCATIUNS The Class of 1964 has organized the Alverno Alumnae Association. After the first reunion temporary officers were appointed by Sister M. lane, the moderator. A Christmas Tea was held at which members exchanged college experiences, wrote holiday messages to their classmates in religious lite and visited with the faculty. DROPPING IN . . .AIumnae, Ineil Ludwick, kneeling, Jeri Bixenman and Marie Jordan, standing, left to right, pause before nativity scene. .ie , I..-. BACK AGAIN . . . Alumnae members, left to right: Chris Roman, Shelia Smith, Karen Longpre, return for the Christmas Tea at which Mrs. Paul Donovan, Mrs. Frank McNamara, and Mrs. Phil Gibson serve. ' N- 451 I A v ALUMNAE AITENII CHRISTMAS TEA Ut REMINISCING . . . Remembering the vitality of Mrs. Dorothy Allison, lett to right: Sister M. lane, Sister M. Benigna, Kathy Gibson, Sandy Dorazio, and Sister M. Catherine read perpetual Mass remembrance for former physical education instructor. :if be HAPPY HOLIDAYS . . . Justine Smith, Patti Elfelt, and Debbie Hunter, left to right: send Christmas Greetings to postulants. T. ...gs l QA. NOW, WHAT'S HAPPENED . . . Barbara Miles, Ellen Beardshear, and Sue Lerner, left to right, converse with Sister M. Carol. I A' Patrons et. ,lj fit. 7 Pt' Mrs. P. M. Adia and Amanda Alverno Parents' Association "Proud to be part ofthe Alverno Family" Mr. and Mrs. James E. Corrigan Matthew J. Corrigan Sherman E. Beahm Miss Shirley Beahm Mr. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Hlld MTS .and Mrs and Mrs. .and Mrs .and Mrs .and Mrs . and Mrs . R. H. Behrens . Donley Brady Willard T. Carlsten .Vincent J. Carroll . R. J. Clarke . L. F. Coleman .Frank P. Corrigan Congratulations to Sister Catherine and the hard-working Troubadour staff on a beautiful yearbook. Mr. and Mrs. S. Luke Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Jack T. Cosey Mr. and Mrs. Manuel de la Torre Best Wishes from Mr. and Mrs. Anthony De Pasco Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Frahm Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Fisher Best wishes from the Freshman Class BREATHLESS . . . Dianne Curran makes her debut at Las Damas Ball. SKETCHING . . . Kathy Albade, Melanie Bartlett and June Gross draft sketches of the villa. Mr. and Mrs. Duke F. Gallager Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Gallarde Good luck from Diane, Philip, Greg, Mark, Blaise, Basil, Vince, Kevin, Marcia, Fran and Phil Habell Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Haskell Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Haskell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hession Mr Mr Mr Mr gsm- V ff-Ig .and Mrs .and Mrs .and Mrs . and Mrs. . Barney P. Huber . Berthold C. Huber .Thomas J. lmrie E. R. Jagielski Best Wishes to the Seniors From the Junior Class Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. Kaye Mrs. William J. Keese and Family Congratulations and Best Wishes ' Helen V. Larson and Mrs. Amma Langvis Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Leary REVERENCE . . . Left to right: Peggy Vild, Mary Ann Hession, Barbara Dorazio, Kathy Hermann and Linda Archer participate in senior-sponsored Bible Vigil conducted by Rev. Joel Cromowski, CP. Rita A. Lunsford Marymount College Boco Raton, Florida Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Neil Melieste Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mickens The Moreno Family Mr. and Mrs. A. Morris Compliments of Mrs. Mary Nuccio Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Olson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ozaroski Congratulations Class of '65 Mr. and Mrs. William l. Peckham Mr. and Mrs. William A. Pierce Ray Rasmussen Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Reid Mr. and Mrs. Salvador Rivera Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Rook Mr. and Mrs. Louis l. Simon Best Wishes from the Senior Class to Sister Catherine Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Soderberg I 3 3i0lf2a?l.?ll'Llii,lf Staff and cuss of '65 Special Patrnng from Sophomore Homeroom 105 Best Wishes to Class of'65 from Sophomore Homeroom 119 Best Wishes to the Graduating Class Eunice Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Sweeney Allied Upholstery Mfg., Inc. 3000 E. Imperial, Lynwood Arcadia Floor Covering 1202 South Baldwin Ave., Arcadia Mu 1-3123 Hi 7-7412 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Tobin Bewley Allen Cadillac Best Wishes from the Vocelka Family 801 E. Main St.,Alhambra Kathy and Maureen Wall Mr. and Mrs. William T. Wall Buccola Brothers Crown City Table Co. Crown City Chair Co. Alhambra Typewriter Shop 'Canale Foods, IHC- 39 So. Garfield, Alhambra GRAVY TRAIN . . . Freshmen file down for lunch. 2627 Durtee Road, El Monte SOUP'S ON . . . Mrs. Irving Kaye prepares for cafeteria service at lunch time. Christy-Shepherd Studio 1156 N. Western Ave., Hollywood William M. Curran Eugene C. Curran Surety Bonds Congratulations To the Class of '65 Vic and Jerry Torres El Poche Cafe, San Gabriel Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hartranft, Jr. ORPHANED . . . Orphaned children hug stuffed animals, Alvemo's gifts. Herff Jones Co., California Div. 214 W. Pico, L. A. 15 Rings, Graduation Announcements, Diplomas, Medals, Awards J. A. Freeman 81 Co. Typewriters and Adding Machines 35 Los Robles, Pasadena Industrial Office Supply Co. 590 Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena 681-2345 795-8491 Miller's Liquor Store 2425 Lincoln Ave. Altadena, Calif. UMPH . . . Karen Birney belts a serve. The Associated Student Body LaSalle High School Pasadena, California Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Lester Compliments of Bob Longpre's Pontiac 355 W. Hungtington Dr., Monrovia Santi Marino Antiques-Interiors 1836 E. Walnut, Pasadena Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Matheny Nuccio's Nurseries Growers of Rare Camellias and Azaleas 3555 Chaney Trail, Altadena Bill Pfleger Homes-Acreage-Investments Towne Realty 285 W. Walnut St., Pasadena Frank Pocino and Sons Italian Style Sausage Products Rathbone's Union Service Tune Up- Brakes - Batteries -Lube 2995 Huntington Dr., San Marino 449-4715 Free Pick Up Mr. and Mrs. Phil Regan Compliments of Suburban Gas Tommy Thompson's Dow Pharmacy Corner Huntington and San Gabriel Blvd. "The Friendly Store" Watson-Dreps Company Kewaunee Technical Furniture S. El Monte 'T 'If 'Q JT , .X FIESTAA - - SD8lliSh Club Stlldellfs DHUSC to refresh- ABSORBED . . . Anne Moloney diligently stitches a seam Patrons of llistinction The Assumption of the B.V.M. Church Sacred Heart Parish Pasadena, California Compliments of Saint Anne's Guild Annunciation Church and School Arcadia, California Congratulations to the Graduates Class of 1965 Church of the Holy Angels, Arcadia Rt. Rev. Msgr. Gerald 0'Keefe Compliments of Saint Luke's Temple City, California immaculate Conception Church Father lobn 1. Birch, Pastor Monrovia, California Msgr. Maurice P. Dee Church of Saint Philip the Apostle Pasadena, California Knights of Columbus Sierra Madre Council No. 5137 Meetings 2nd and 4th Mondays St. Rita's Hall Compliments of St. Rita's Saint Felicitas and Perpetua San Marino, California Passionist Fathers Rev. William Fox, Pastor Master Dolorosa Monastery and Retreat House St. loseph's Convent Sierra Madre, California Los Angeles, California TIDINGS OF GREAT JOY . . . Left to right: Elaine Ferrari, freshman class president, Pat Tobin, General chairman, Karen Curtis, sophomore class president, Sue Goetz, junior class president, Sister M. Pius and Jane Driscoll, senior class president, review 1001 first day returns in the Tidings drive. A-1 1 VISIT . . . Class of '65 tours St. Francis Hospital, Lynwood. A A-1 Natural Foods Foods for Health 804 S. Baldwin Ave. West Arcadia 446-7480 Anthony Cabinets 443-8803 2615 Merced Ave., EI Monte Custom Cabinet Manufacturers Arcadia Floor Covering 1202 S. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia Aka. :X in -.1 ENGROSSED . . . Faculty members flip through first yearbook BUSINESS PATIIUNS Arnold's Hardware 297 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre 355-3365 Apperson lackrabbits Arrowhead Electric Co. 9920 E. Rush, El Monte Residential and Commercial 442-3680 Atlas Auto Products Custom Plating Corp. 4330 Brooklyn Ave., L.A. 32 Arcadia Plumbing Co. B 170 West Live Oak Ave. Arcadia 446-7588 Best Wishes Balian Ice Cream Co., Inc. Arcadia Transmission Service Los Angeles 261-6111 400 North First Ave. Arcadia 445-2591 MUU-Muu . . . Class of '65 help themselves at Class ot 64s SURPRISE . . .Seniors startle Sisters on Feast of St. Francis. TUNEFUL. . .Freshman Glee Club entertains at Christmas Assembly Best Wishes Bill and Lee's Mobil Service 679 W. Duarte Rd., Arcadia Bob Mitchell Realty 358-4469 302 W. Foothill, Monrovia Bottle 'n Cork Liquor 1023 S. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia The Bottle Shop 356-1262 58 West Sierra Madre Blvd. Mr. Edward Spera Building Design Coordinators 112 W. Bennet Ave., Suite 5 Glendora C Cabot 8tSons - Funeral Directors 27 Chestnut Street, Pasadena California Prescription Pharmacy Prescriptions - Drugs - Cosmetics 792-3156 Compliments of Carnation Seafoods Joe Merlo John T. Cassazza 355-9252 Licensed Painting Contractor Clark's Paint and Body Shop 15 Auburn Ave., Sierra Madre Phone 355-1755 Night Phone 355-6827 Dr. Robert 0. Cohen, Optometrist 24 S. Santa Anita Ave., Pasadena David Colborn's Folk Guitar Classes 50 West Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre 356-1143 College Pharmacy 1760 E. Washington Blvd., Pasadena Complete Prescription Service Colonial Pharmacy 1326 S. Baldwin Ave., West Arcadia 447-3591 447-4679 R. W. Cook, Building Contractor Remodeling 355-7191 Coris Construction lnc. 301 E. Pomona Blvd. Monterey Park 722-2150 Culli gan Soft Water Service Say "Hey Culligan Man!" 316 S. First Ave., Arcadia 446-3161 Cunningham Stationers 156 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre 355-7297 For the Best in Service and Products Dalzell and Co. Insurance 2540 Huntington Dr., San Marino 283-5484 287-1806 Debonair Apartments 2741 S. Fremont Ave., Arcadia De Orio's Pizza 8 Deli 1011 S. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia 446-3292 R. V. Dorweiler Chevrolet Co. 3436 N. Tyler, El Monte 443-6971 283-1423 Du Bois Funeral Home San Gabriel 287-6123 283-1423 Robert F. Duff 8 Assoc. 5549 N. Rosemead Blvd., Temple City Licensed Building Designer 286-2102 E Charles W. Easley 447-3184 Consulting Safety Engineer Clara Clark Realty . 4 ' v Specializing- Hastings Ranch-Oaks Czyz Shell - 9155 Santa Anita Compliments of Engineering-Science,lnc. 795-3225 Res. 793-8859 Pu1jY0ur Car in Qualifigd Cafe? AFCBDIB TOOTHY . . . Science Club members visit Museum of Natural History in Los WASHINGTON SQUARE . . . "Blue Notes" entertain at the fall dance sponsored by Angeles. the senior class. F Fernwood Auto Body 3230 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena Fisher's Drug Store 9636 E. Las Tunas Drive Prescription Accurately Filled Fisher's Flying A Service Free Pick Up and Delivery Clyde W. Fisher, Prop. Flamingo Properties Sales 81 Property Management Arcadia - Sierra Madre - Duarte Flick's Deli-Liquor 9026 E. Huntington Dr. Free Delivery 286-1173 Frank Perini Hair Fashions 71 E. Foothill Blvd. Arcadia 447-8189 Friedel's One Hour Cleaners 7258 North Rosemead Blvd. Corner Huntington Drive San Gabriel G Garland's Better Fabrics 5-7 Kersting Court Sierra Madre 355-0736 Garretts Flower Box For the Unusual in Flowers 348 W. Foothill Monrovia 359-6149 Walter E. Gockley Stationery-Books-Office Supplies 49 E. Huntington Dr. Arcadia 446-6148 Graham's Pool Service Co. Dennis Graham 795-0050 793-5083 Grandview Sanitarium 4512 S. Workman Mill Rd. D. W. Gormly Griffin Lumber Corp. Griffin and Sons General Contractors 38 W. Foothill Blvd. 38 E. Montecito Ave., Sierra Madre Gullett and Harris Feminine Fashions One Kersting Court, Sierra Madre H 8 H Automotive Service 34 E. Foothill Blvd. Arcadia 447-23 Carl Hansen Ford 120 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. 355-2321 Happy's Liquor Stores 12 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. 355-9444 Compliments of Harmon Salon The Highlander Jim Burke, Sons and Daughter 324 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Hines Grocery Co. 796-9241 780 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena Hinshaw's for the fashion-right girl Hnlland's Awning and Shade Co. 131 W. Las Tunas Dr. San Gabriel 284-2074 Byron C. Hopper, Jeweler 90 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. House of Bourbon 3778 E. Foothill Blvd. Pasadena 796-8256 Interiors by Gene 8 Jacque 1015 Paladora, Pasadena Gene: 797-5263 Jacque: 357-1915 Color Co-ordinator 8 Decorative Accessories K Kent Chevrolet 446-2171 850 S. Baldwin, Arcadia Kettle's Nursery 1620-34 N. Lincoln Ave. Pasadena Kuback - Painting and Decorating 1315 S. Mountain Ave., Monrovia 446-2520 Res. 357-5334 L Lake Pharmacy 797-5334 1333 N. Lade Ave., Pasadena MOTHER'S NOT HOME . . . Tidings Crusader, Mary Sidenfaden attempts to sell a subscription to Donna Walsh, typical customer. QUEEN MARY . . . Alverno Senior, Mary Speyer, wins CYD Queen Contest. .fi 2-TON . . .Sodalists relax after loading Tijuana truck. MODELING. . .Members of the art class form clay figures. Harry A. Lange 8 Associates "A Complete insurance Service" Real Estate 81 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. 355-7196 Compliments of Le Fohn Store for Men 504 S. Myrtle Ave., Monrovia Le Mone Ballet Center Classic Ballet - Character- Modern 25 S. Sierra Madre Blvd., Pasadena Lensing Prescription Pharmacy Across from St. Luke Hospital 798-6789 Free Delivery Compliments - Lisette of Sierra Madre Sophisticated Apparel Elinor Lloyd Hairstyling 227 E. Foothill Blvd. Arcadia 359-7113 Loo's American and Chinese Foods 2291 Lincoln Ave., Altadena Lubbock and Son Complete Automotive Service Cadillac and Automatic Transmissions 686 N. Lake Ave., Pasadena Manor Book Mart 259 Sierra Madre Villa Open Every Day 8:00 AM t Mat's Pharmacy 2311 Lincoln Ave., Altadena Mayflower Florist The best in floral design 359-1732 Mayfair Market 649 W. Duarte Rd., Arcadia We Never Close McWilliams Bros. 1094 N. Altadena Dr. Pasadena 797-9331 Mission Hardware 501 W. Valley Blvd. 284-7021 283-3234 Compliments of Moreno Frozen Foods Mountain View Cleaners 251 N. Sierra Madre Villa 796-3872 1UST DROPPED IN . . . Sister Benigna chats with faculty at their Christmas party. FIRE MARSHALL . . . Mr. Embree, Sierra Madre Fire Marshall arrives on campus for fire demonstrations. SOME LIKE lT HOT . . . Fire extinguisher checks grease fire. 1-4 f5.J-r7 0 9:00 PM rn IN AND OUT . . . Graduating Senior officers pass Sodality leadership FACULTY FREE-FOR-ALL. . . Faculty members and families gatherfor Christmas fun. to the Class of '65, Mountain View Dairy 447-2292 Drive over and Drive in All Dairy Products 418 Jeffries Ave., Monrovia Mr. Norman - Hairstylist 160 Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre 355-9294 Music for all Occasions Entertainment for dances, parties, call Jim Hession 799-0318 N Nally's Uniforms 1239 S. Glendale Ave. Glendale 5 245-6517 Nash's Shoe Department Pasadena and West Arcadia Neale Agency Insurance 20 N. Baldwin Ave., Sierra Madre Oliver-Harris Enterprises Trailer-Coach Metal Specialties Aluminum Distributors to Fabricators P Pantorium Cleaners and Laundry 330 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre 447-6474 Personalized Service ball. 8 Pet and Jungle Shop Pet Supplies - Poodle Grooming Hawaiian Imports 447-0579 124 W. Las Tunas Dr., Arcadia Petite Beauty Salon Trophy Winner Operators 185 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre 355-8041 Compliments of Pie 'n Burger 913 E. California, Pasadena 1002 S. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia Compliments of Pierce Brothers Mortuaries Joan J. Piering Flamingo Properties 11 W. Huntington Dr., Arcadia The Plaza Shop The Plaza Annex Both in Sierra Madre Poodle Parlor- air cooled kennels personalized boarding training- grooming 796-0606 82 N. Daisy Ave., Pasadena H. Gardner Putnam Tri City Motors, lnc. Monrovia R Ralph's Shoe Store Shoes forthe Family Sierra Madre 355-0479 Compliments Rambeau's TV and Antenna Service Ray's Liquor Store 358-9753 Imported Xi Domestic Wines 8i Liquors 946 W. Foothill Blvd., Monrovia Reel Flowers 5801 Temple City Blvd. 446-1031 443-1500 Reid Valve Co., lnc. 339 W. Maple Ave., Monrovia Reliable Pharmacy ' 798-9191 2523 E. Washington, Pasadena Richard's Church Goods 32 S. Euclid Ave., Pasadena Richfield Service -James A. Kuhl 1975 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena Robustelli Motors Used Cars 101 W. Huntington Dr. Monrovia 357-3216 Nicholas J. Roman C.L.U. 937-3790 Insurance: Personal-Business-Estate 4401 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 5 S Mr. and Mrs. Albert Secchi Aero-Jet General Corp. Real Estate Salesman Beach and Flaaten Hl 6-4806 SPIKE lT . . .Anne Hodges leaps to retrieve the STRUMMIN' ALONG . . . Guitar instructor, conducts lessons 3fTefSCh00'- GOOD COMPANl0NS . . . Faculty families sup on Christmas fare. i Safeway Stores, Inc. 1001 S. First Ave., Arcadia Santa Anita Liquors 809 W. Huntington Drive Arcadia 446-5002 Dr. Martin L. Sarley, Optometrist 1297 N. Lake Ave., Pasadena S.C.0. Tool Company 3236 E. Olympic Blvd., L.A. 23 Tennis Instructions and Supplies Lin Shampline 282-3387 794-7163 Sierra Madre Paint and Wallpaper Fine Wallpaper and Paints 35 N. Baldwin Ave. 355-3378 Congratulations The Sierra Madre Plumbing Co. 15 Kersting Ct.-Sierra Madre Sierra Plumbing and Heating Silvey's Jewelry 6326 N. Rosemead Blvd. Corner of Rosemead and Longden 285-3897 1. D. Strople and Sons, Inc. Insurance for all risks Professional service since 1930 254-2521 799 5183 Compliments of Suburban Gas Sven's Danish Bakery Danish Pastries, Wedding Cakes Orders for All Occasions 1810 E. Colorado Blvd. 795 4484 T Tatum's Home Garden Supply 1878 E. Washington St., Pasadena IG- IMPRESSIONISM . . . Cathy Fowler and Chris Mallock decorate forlunior-Senior KINDERGARTEN - - - Fathef RHYVHUNU MCDOHOUEI1. C-P-r DFBSSHIS FNS VIEW dance. OUR POINT. . . Crowd cheers team on to victory. Donald H. Termath Public Accountant 460 Fainiiew Ave., Sierra Madre Tri-City Drugs 7246 N. Rosemead Blvd. San Gabriel 287-1177 Trilba Gherkins Interiors 14 N. Baldwin Ave. Sierra Madre 356-1173 Tropical Florist 2411 E. Washington, Pasadena V Vic's Cleaners 2465 E. Washin on et Pasadena 797-9345 I 28 neighbors in Korea. W Wagon Wheel Shoe Repair 931 N. Michillinda Ave. Pasadena 355-7505 West Arcadia Health Foods 674 W. Duarte Road Arcadia 445-1015 Wiley's Hastings Liquors 3657 E. Foothill Blvd. Pasadena 355-3255 Z Zo-Lynn Beauty Salon 651 W. Duarte Road West Arcadia 446-0101 DRAMA? . . . Sophomores perform for the Class of PARENTS' ASSIICIATIIIN PLANS SUCCESSFUL FIESTA FIESTA BELLES . . . Court for APA fiesta are, Lett to right, Carole Peter- sen '65, Karen Secchi '66, Mary Angela Profet '67, Mary Ann Pruett '68, HIGH FINANCE . . . Fiesta Chairmen are, Row one, left to right, Messrs. Wallace Reaume, General Chairman, Kenneth Crawford, Chair- man of Grand Prize Committee, Row two, Roy Praisler, Chairman oi the Ways and Means Committee, Marty Yurich, Chairman ot the Dinner Committee, Robert Matheny, APA President, and LeRoy Tidwell, Chairman of the Carnival Midway. lrXxLK1 T'i3l The Alverno Parents' Association sponsored a two-day fiesta for the library fund. Among the many activities were, kiddie rides, a variety ot booths, a drawing and a family dinner. The fiesta queen and her court acted as hostesses for the event. NEWCOMERS . . . Sister M. Antonita greets new students, Left to right, Elizabeth Hutchinson and Mary Multz. Sister's colorful clowns were a popular item at the fiesta. SENIURS MERIT SCHULASTIC HUNURS AWARD WINNERS . . . California State Scholarship semi-finalists are, Row one, left to right, Kathy McCoy, Maria Simon, Kathi Carlsten, Lucy Marino, Patty Carberry. Row two, lane Driscoll, National Merit finalist, JoAnne Carroll, National Merit finalist, Karen Ott, Nancy Iredale, National Merit finalist. SCHOLASTIC DIVIDENDS . . . Bank of America Certificate winners are, Row one, Patty Carberry, Englist. Row two, Kathi Carlsten, Social Science, Lucy Marino, Foreign Language, Jane Driscoll, Mathematics, Kathy McCoy, Laboratory Science. X X 4.34: L 'll ' I I JUANNE CARROLL Liberal Arts Trophy NANCY IREDALE Mathematics and Science Trophy National Honor Society Semi-finalist ACTING DEMDNSTRATES STUDENT DREATIVITY This year Alverno has staged a variety of drama productions. An after-school drama group, moder- ated by Sister M. Claire, produced a Mardi Gras Festival, during which they interpreted scenes from Stage Door, Rebecca, Time Remembered, Dur Hearts Were Young and Gay, and staged two one-act plays, "Princess 0'Toole" and "Summons of Sariel." Language clubs produced plays for the Language Festival at Mt. St. Mary's College. "Les Petites Francaises" staged Undine while Spanish students enacted t'Los Tres Gatitosf' ' . ' T li. 1 I TENDER SCENE . . . Cast for Dndine, the French play forthe Language Festival Standing left to right: Corinne Weber, Nancy Iredale, Ruth Regas, Maria Simon, Mary Ann Hessron Suzanne Houle and Kneeling: lane Lindenthal, rehearses proposal scene. 3 , i 1 x . v J' . -xLu,l,' . 0 e o 1.5 I Q 5 . 1 g' ,.l.tsnoe', 0 oi 'ola..l1'l ll uggueiij' guoofi. sooo: lll'l' sell: 00051 I I aol , 'T 0 onl- 'olo an on 3.19" lx HIS SHOES! . . . leanne Stuckaisitting, points out the shoes of the man she "killed to Pat Fishenstanding, in a scene from Our Hearts Were Young and Gay. Sariel." l'M NOT AFRAID . . . Cast, Left to right: Lynne Velling, Mary Linda Reynolds hidden, Philomene Miller, Dianne Schwab and Janice Bell, watches while a blind boy, center, Carole Salem, answers the "Summons NAUGHTY, NAUGHTY . . . Diane Habell scolds erring children Left to right Pam McElwee, Carol Smith and Cindy Swanson in Spanish production 5 Vn T T r V lv I , 3" 'I 11 1 7 , gg A Adia, A. - 50, 54, 92 Aguilar, J. - 50 Aguilar, T. - 42, 73, 104 Albade, Kathy - 18, 35, 95, 111, 120 Albade, Kris - 60, 63, 100, 111 Alberts. K. - 50 Allred, Miss Elizabeth - 16 Andersen, M. - 112 Andersen, S. - 50, 93 Anderson, M. - 50 Angela, Sister M. - 79 Anicich, M. - 12, 18. 104 Anicich, P. - 60, 91 Antista, L. - 18, 28, 120 Antonita, Sister M. - 129 Archer, B. - 42, 82, 85, 87, 102 Archer, Mrs. Charles - 85 Archer, L. - 19, 98, 101 Asrilggnbrener, N. - 42, 95, 99, 104, Barnes, 1. - 42, 95 Barnett, A. - 42, 45, 87 Barnett, Mrs. Lorraine - 15 Barry, K. - 14, 42, 82, 106 Bartlett, M. - 50, 92, 97, 120 Beanes, D. - 60 Bearce, P. - 42, 91, 107 Beardshear, D. - 42, 95, 77 Beardshear, E. - 118 Beardshear, I. - 60 Behr, L. - 42, 101 Bell,J. -42, 131 Belmont, C. - 12, 19 Benigna, Sister M. - 5, 10, 96, 118, 126 Bennett, M. - 50, 100 Binder, K. - 42, 45, 111 Birney, K. - 19, 31, 94, 108, 110, 122 Birney, M. - 50, 54 Bixerman, J. - 117 Blake, D. - 60 Bland, M. - 60 Boardman, .l. - 50.57, 108 Boethling,l.- 19,93 Boethling, K. - 42 Bomberg, A. - 50 Bomberg, Mrs. A.W. - 79 Boudreau, K. - 116 Bouquet, C. - 16, 50, 93, 108 Bouquet, L. - 42 Brick, M. - 42 Bricker, M. - 60 Brown, K. - 114 Brown, L. - 50, 55, 81, 93, 100 Buccola, S. - 43 Buettner, B. - 20, 93 Bullard, M. - 60 Burke, Barbara - 43 Burke, Bonnie - 43 Burke, C. - 50, 81 Burke, P. - 50, 83, 92 INDEX Burns, E. - 50, 93 Bush, E. - 60 Buskuhl, A. - 50 Buskuhl, Mrs. Fred - 78 Butler, J. - 51 C Cahill, G. - 51, 92 Cain, N. - 43 Callaghan, S. - 16,51 Canini, L. - 51, 93 Carherry, P. - 20, 91, 94, 96, 98, 102, 112, 130 Carlson, Mrs. Virginia - 15,80 Carlsten, K. - 20, 23, 77, 94, 96, 98, 105, 112, 130 Carol, Sister M. - 16, 118 Carroll, C. - 51, 92 Carroll, l. - 20, 22, 91, 98, 102, 130 Catherine, Sister M. - 15, 102, 118 Cervenka, l. - 60 Cervenka, Mrs. - 80 Chase, C. - 60 Chase, N. - 20, 80, 95, 99, 104, 105 Chase, P. - 43, 85, 95, 102, 103 Chicoine, D. - 51, 93 Christy, Mr. William - 19 Claire, Sister M. - 12, 99 Clark, P. - 43, 85, 95 Clark, Mrs. Edward - 85 Clarke, K. - 51 Cocores, C. - 51 Coleman, B. - 43,107 Collins, B. - 51, 93 Comerford, N. - 51, 57, 93 Connelly, S. - 43 Coomhes, K. - 20, 77, 85, 97, 108, 110 Coomhes, Mrs. Harold - 85 Coomhes, P. - 60, 100 Cooper, K. - 60 Corsetti, D. - 20, 93 Cortese, D. 4 21, 85, 96 Cortese, Mrs. Elizabeth - 85 Cousineau, S. - 14, 43, 48, 82, 108, 111 Coughlan, M. - 40, 60 Cowper, M. - 12, 21, 107 Crawford, A. - 50, 51, 104 Crawford, C. - 43,95 Crawford, Mr. Kenneth - 129 Crawford, V. - 43 Cummisky, C. - 51, 92, 104, 108, 111 Curran, D. - 21, 120 Curran, V. - 51, 92, 104 Curtis, K. - 40,50,51,91,111,122 Curtis, Mrs. Patricia - 16, 40, 75 Daley, K. - 60 Dalton, E. - 51, 93, 104 Daniels, D. - 51 Davidson, J. - 51, 109 Davis, L. - 60 Diebert, D. - 60 Diebert, l. - 21 dela Flor, R. - 60 de la Torre, T. - 116 de Lorimier, M. - 61 Dennis, Denise - 61 Dennis, Diane - 21 De Pasco, C. - 12, 52, 92 Diemer, M. - 22 Dignam, l. - 115 Di Stefano, D. - 22 Dobbins, Mr. Maurice - 105 Donnelly, K. - 22, 28, 104 Donovan, Mrs. Paul - 117 Donovan, S. - 115 Dorazio,B.-22,91,100,106,108,110 120 Dorazio,S.-118 Dowdy,D.-16,40,61,109,111 Dowdy, Miss Michelle -16,40, 106, 113 Drabinski, M. - 112, 116 Draska, S. - 61 Driscoll, 1. - 18, 22, 91, 94, 122,130 Driscoll, L. - 52, 81, 91 Dubois, L. - 61 Duff, J. - 61 Dunavan, Claire - 61, 66 Dunavan, Colleen - 61, 66 E Easley, E. - 23, 103 Ecker, C. - 61 Eckhart, B. - 52, 92, 104 Edwards, D. - 43, 46, 108, 110 Eley, M. - 43 Elfelt, P. - 118 Elko, C. - 43,106,108,110,111 Embree, Mr. Bert- 126 Eshom, K. - 52, 92 F Fabian, Brother, OSF - 96 Facteau, A. - 52, 92, 108, 111 Facteau,R.-61,111 Fahey, M. - 61 Feeney, J. - 43,48 Felldin, Mrs. lean - 13 Ferandell, l. - 23,85 Ferandell, Mrs. lack - 85 Fergusan, E. - 23, 28 Ferrari, E. - 60, 61, 91, 122 Finnegan, M. - 23, 28 Fisher, Cecelia - 20, 23, 95, 106,108 110 Fisher, Chris - 115 Fisher, F. - 81 Fisher, P. - 43, 44, 84, 108, 110, 13 Fisher, S. - 61, 100 Fitzllibbon, M. - 52 Fitzllibbon, S. - 24, 31 Forbes, D. - 43 Forrest, W. - 14,52 Fowler, G. - 24,31,107,111,128 Frahm, S. - 24, 31, 35 Francine, Mother M. - 11 Freeman, P. - 52, 92, 104 G Gabriel, W. - 61 Gaffney, S. - 24, 28 Gaines, S. - 43, 107 Geiger, G. - 43 Germaine, S. - 52, 55, 93, 111 Gibson, K. - 112, 115, 117, 118 Gibson, P. - 52 Gibson, Mrs. Phil - 117 Glasscock, S. - 52 GIausser,S.- 14, 52,92 Gleason, E. - 62 Goetz, G. - 62 Goetz, Mr. John - 78 Goetz, S. - 42, 44, 91, 95, 122 Goodey, M. - 62 Gormly, T. - 62, 72 Greening, M. - 52, 92, 99 Gregory, Sister M. - 15, 104 Griffith, M. - 116 Gromowski, Father Joel, GP - 11, 87, 99, 120, 126 Gross, J. - 24, 120, 128 Gubbins, Father Francis, SJ - 26 HahelI,Jl.-52,93,131 Harris, A. - 62 Hartfield, E. - 25, 85, 98, 110 Hartfield, Mrs. William - 85 Hartranft, D. - 52, 91, 97 Haskell, R. - 52, 92, 97 Hatzenbuehler, K. - 25, 100 Haynes, J. - 25, 33, 96, 103 Healy, L. - 52, 93 Heath, N. -44 Heino, M. - 62, 100 Hendrie, J. - 44, 107 Hennekes, A. - 44,45 Hermann, K. - 25, 32, 95, 99, 120 Hernandez, M. - 62, 100 Herrara, S. - 62, 83 Hession, M. - 25, 100, 105, 120, 131 Hession, R. - 62 Higgins, E. - 44 Higgins, H. - 44, 107 Higgins,J.-112, 116 'ill, M. - 25 .llman, ll. - 44 elges,A.-18,25,106,108, 110,127 rtein, E. - 53, 92, 97 e, S. - 12, 53, 92, 100, 131 ,r, Mrs. A.G. - 78 B. - 62, 64 J - 44, 95, 104 62 Larry - 87 Hunter, D. - 118 Hurst, J. - 44 Hutchinson, E. - 53, 129 lgoe, k. - 26 lreuaie,N.-22,2e,91,9499, 100,103 130,131 J Jagielski, R. - 62 Jane, Sister M. - 10, 80, 117, 118 Jean, B. - 53, 92, 104 Jean, G. - 44, 73, 104 Jerome, Brother, USF - 97 Johnson, Z. - 53, 54, 92 Johnston, E. - 53 Jolly, E. - 53 Jordan, A. - 62 Jordan, M. - 117 K Kalelf, J. - 62 Karho, M. - 26, 94 Kaye, P. - 44,95 Kanowsky, G. - 62 Keese, Mrs. Edith - 12, 40, 113 Keese, M. - 40, 53, 92 Keirns, L. - 26 Keith, Mrs. Elizabeth - 34 Kelley, ll. - 44 Kelley, S. - 53, 93 Kelly, M. - 112 Kendall, P. - 62 Kennedy, B. - 53, 93 Kennedy, P. - 62 Kennelly, A. - 62 Kenney, M. - 114, 116 Kenney, N. - 53 Kent, K. - 62 Kerner, R. - 53, 92 Keystone, A. - 26 King, M. - 44,97 Kirk, G. - 44, 45, 90, 91, 96, 97, 104 Kirk, Mrs. Clair - 84 Kirsch, B. - 63 Kitchens, M. - 45, 97, 105, 108, 110 Klement,K.-26,94,100 Klick, S. - 21, 27 Klingerman, J. - 45 Knehel, M. - 45,87 Kodaj,K.-53,93,101, 109 Kohl, M. - 27, 31, 100 Kolberg, S. - 63 Kollock, Mr. Kenneth - 35 Konoske, J. - 27 Kowalski, B. - 27 Kragenhrink, M. - 63 Kuntz, G. - 45, 46, 95, 104 L Laucher, S. - 54 Laffin, M. - 45 Lambert, L. - 21, 27 Lauder,M.- 12,54 Leary, K. - 63, 83 Leary, M. - 116 LeBeau, K. - 54 Leckband, L. - 115 Leckband, V. - 27,34 Lee, G. - 54, 93 Leinhart, J. - 63 Lepak, B. - 45 Lerner, S. - 118 LeRoy, L. - 45 LeRoy, M. - 54, 93 Lester, K. - 42, 45, 85, 99, 104, 106, 108, 110 Lester, Mrs. Frank - 85 Lester, S. - 85 L'Heureux, B. - 54 L'Heureux, M. - 63, 91 Liherto, R. - 63 Lieber, G. - 54 Lindenthal, J. - 12, 28, 95, 131 Linnan, Mrs. Robert - 85 Linnan,S.-28,85,106,109 Lombardi, L. - 54, 93 Longo, M. - 63 Longpre, D. - 54,92 Longpre,K.-117 Longpre, L. - 63 Lorenzen, A. - 28, 90, 91, 94, 102 Lorenzen, M. - 84 Ludwick, J. - 117 Luiten, K. - 63 Lynch, G. - 63, 67, 109, 111 Lynch, N. - 63 Lynch, P. - 44,115,105 M Mackay, G. - 27, 29, 35 Madden, V. - 64 Mallock, Charlene - 64, 111 Mallock, Ghris - 29 Malone, F. - 54, 92 Maloney, M. - 115 Mamer, S. - 64 Mang, A. - 54, 93 Mang, J. - 64, 83 Manuela, Sister M. - 13, 85 Marchand, Miss Linda -14,40,98,113 Marchand, S. - 40, 54, 92 Marchetti, D.. - 45 Marchesky, M. - 54, 91, 111 Marianne, Sister -14,105 Marie Therese, Sister -12, 101 Marino, L. - 29, 94, 98, 103, 130 Marshall, B. - 115 Martinez, G. - 45 Martinez, P. - 64 Matheny, A. - 29, 85, 90,91 Matheny, Mr. Robert - 78, 129 Matheny, Mrs. Robert- 78, 85 Matt, S. - 45, 77, 107 Maurin, S. - 54, 58, 92 Mazzola, J. - 50, 54, 83 McAdam, J. - 63 McAIpine, A. - 63 McBride, K. - 45, 105 McGoy, K. - 29, 33, 94, 130 McCullock, B. - 45 McCue, K. - 63 Mcllonough, Father Ra mond, CP - 128 McElwee, A. - 54, 108, 1110, 131 McElwee, P. -63, 131 Mclntyre, Cardinal - 6 Mclssac, K. - 112, 116 Mclssac, R. - 112 McKeon, M. - 64 McLaughlin, A. - 60, 64, 106, 111 McManus, V. - 64, 100 McNamara, Mrs. Frank - 117 McNamara, K. - 117 Melieste, A. - 54, 56, 92 Merlo, C. - 28, 29 Merlo, T. - 30, 111 Mezzanatto, L. - 30, 98 Miles, B. - 118 Miller, P. - 54, 92, 131 Mitchell, Father Brendan, 0FM - 96, 97 Moloney, A. - 30, 122 Monroe, B. - 54, 93 Monroe, E. - 55, 83, 93, 108 Montooth, G. - 55, 92 Montrose, Father Donald - 6 Moore, M. - 64 Morelli, L. - 64 Moreno, G. - 45 Morris, M. - 55 Morrow, T. - 64 Morton, S. - 64 Moser, 1. - 55, 92 Mounteer, P. - 45, 95, 104, 105, 109 Mueller, C. - 55, 93 Mulle, B. - 45 Mulle, Mrs. Samuel - 84 Mulleavy, N. - 115 Mulqueen, M. - 64 MllIll,M.-93, 129 Murray, M. - 55 Munro, D. - 30, 100 N Nader, B. - 64, 111 Navarre, R. - 81 Nelson, C. - 55, 92 Nelson, Mr. lon - 103 Nestor, K. - 64 Nichols, M. - 55 Nick,l.-18,30,111 Nigro, 0. - 55, 93 Noonan, M. - 64 Nurre, C. - 30, 31, 91, 93 llathout, B. - 115, 117 0'Boyle, K. - 46, 107, 111 U'Brien, S. - 31 0'Connor, K. - 64, 72 0'Connor, S. - 46,95 0'Cara, S. - 116 Ukazaki, T. - 65 0'Keefe, Mr. Walter - 97 0'Laughlin, M. - 65 Uldenburg, F. - 46, 95, 102 Ulivares, 0. - 65 oliver, L. - 31, 82, on, c. - 46, 95, 103,107 0'Toole,P.-60,65, 109,111 Ott, J. - 46 0tt,K.-31,94, 102,105,130 Uverend, M. - 65 Uzaroski, A. - 63, 65 P Paige, C. - 55, 93 Palmer, K. - 55, 92 Paquette, L. - 112 Park, N. - 65 Park, S. - 55 Parker, P. - 65 Parks, E. - 31, 104 Paulus,J. - 46,111 Paulus, P. - 65 Pavlik, M. - 55, 93 Peabody, Mrs. Michael - 79 Peabody, S. - 55, 93 Peckham, K. - 55 Peckham,T. - 46,101,106,110,111 Pepe, R. - 56, 93 Peters, L. - 46, 105, 107 Petersen, Carole - 31, 129 Petersen, Cathy - 65 Pevec, M. - 65 Phillips, I. - 65, 91 Pierce, P. - 56, 93 Piering, H. - 32, 33 Piering, P. - 46,91,95,102,104,105 107 Pike, N. - 32, 99, 103, 111 Pius, Sister M. - 13 Plancich, P. - 56, 92 Plummer, N. - 32, 98 Pocino, C. - 56, 92 Poore, C. - 46,48 Porreca, M. - 56, 93 Powers, N. - 65 Praisler, K. - 56, 111 Praisler, Mr. Roy - 78 Preter, S. - 32 Pretzinger, Mrs. Charles - 79 Pretzinger, P. - 24, 32 Prieto, P. - 46 Profet, M. - 56, 93, 110, 129 Pruett, K. - 20, 33, 72, 102, 104, 107 Pruett, M. - 65, 72, 129 Psomas, A. - 46,102, 103, 105,107 Pudenz, S. - 46 Pulone, Mrs. Edmund - 78 Pulone, T. - 46, 48, 97, 107 ll lluenell, A. - 46 R Radwan, B. - 56 Radwan, S. - 46, 95, 102 Ramirez, P. - 56 Randolph, D. - 81 Ray, S. - 45,47 Reaume, C. - 56, 93 Reaume, Mr. Wallace -129 Reedy, M. - 65 Regan, B. - 47, 91, 95, 97 Regan,l.-65,109 Regas, M. - 65 Regas, R. - 33, 95, 100, 104, 131 Reiher, B. - 56, 96 Reilly, M. - 33, 94, 102, 103 Reinsch, K. - 117 Reynolds, L. - 56, 93, 100, 131 Rhatigan, H. - 47, 82, 107 Riggio, L. - 27, 107 Riley, L. - 66 Riley, S. - 45, 47, 73, 96, 104 Rimpau, L. - 66 Ripple, S. - 56, 92, 97 Rivera, A. - 66 Roberta, Sister M. - 55 Roberts, L. - 66 Robles, A. - 66 Robustelli, M. - 64, 66 Rogers, C. - 66 Roman, B. - 117 Roman, M. - 66 Ronzoni, L. - 66 Rook, K. - 33, 98, 103 Rourke, P. - 56, 93 Rowe, N. - 50, 57, 108, 110 Ruggles, V. - 57, 92 Rushworth, Mrs. Edward - 85 Rushworth, L. - 47, 85, 109 Ryan, M. - 57, 81 S Salem, C. - 57, 92, 131 Sanders, N. - 47, 48, 97 Sanello, B. - 66 Sardisco, D. - 66 Sasturain, M. - 27, 33 Schelling, 1. - 81 Sheurman, J. - 67 Schimandae, Mr. William - 23 Schlosser, L. - 33, 107 Schmidt, J. - 34, 91, 99 Schmidt, Mrs. Roderick - 84 Schoeffel, P. - 47 Schuck, C. - 57, 92, 108 Schulz, ll. - 47,95,97,107 Schwab, D. - 47,48,95,131 Secchi, Mrs. Albert- 78 Secchi, K. - 47,95,104,105,129 Seruto, B. - 67, 72 Shampine, Mr. Lin -67,111 Shea, P. - 57, 83 Shoat, S. -67, 111 Sidenfaden, J. - 67 Sidenfaden, M. - 47,111,125 Simon,M.-18,34,100, 111,130 Simmons, A. - 60, 67 In Simmons, M. - 47 Sinclair, A. - 47,95 Sinclair, B. - 67 Sise, S. - 47 Slavin, S. - 57, 93 Sloss, E. - 47 Smaldino, A. - 48, 102, 107 Smalldon,1. - 67 Smith, G. - 56, 57, 131 Smith, F. - 67, 91 Smith, 1. - 118 Smith, L. - 57 Smith, M. - 57, 93, 109 Smith, S. - 117 Snyder, G. - 48, 82, 109 Soderberg, M. - 13,67 Soderberg, P. - 57, 96, 109 Soho, K. - 57, 93 Speyer, M. - 34, 98, 125 Spinney, K. - 67 Squillace, L. - 67 Stafford, R. - 67 Stanovich, A. - 48 Stanovich, J. - 48, 107 Steele, W. - 84 Steen, S. - 48 Steinbacher, N. - 115 Sterling, 0. - 48, 82, 106, 109 Steward, M. - 48 Strizzi, E. - 67 Stroup, M. - 48,111 Stuehrmann, K. V 67 Stucka, 1. - 57, 81, 93, 131 Sujata, K. - 64, 67 Sullivan, T. - 81 Swanson, C. - 34, 101, 107, 131 Sweeney, 0. - 34, 40, 90, 91, 94, 102 Sweeney, E. - 67 Sweeney, Mrs. Eunice - 13, 40, 113 Sweeney, 1. - 34, 91, 99, 103, 111 Swiler, Mrs. Elizabeth - 12, 40, 113 Swiler, G. - 34, 40, 73, 90, 91, 94, 106, 110 Szatlocky, L. - 35, 36 Szumanski, M. - 35, 36 T Tammaro, B. - 34, 35, 36 l Taylor, Mrs. George - 85 Taylor, M. - 36, 98 Teeple, G. - 57, 92 Termath, P. - 67 Terrill, B. - 36, 85, 99 Terrill, S. - 67 Thiele, 1. - 68 Thomas, M. - 68 Thomas, P. - 57, 92 Thorp, M. - 68 Tidwell, L. - 35, 36 Tidwell, Mr. Leroy- 129 Tidwell, Mrs. Leroy- 85 Tinucci, C. - 68 Tisher, S. - 68 Titus, N. - 40, 57, 92, 100, 108 Titus, Mrs. Marcella - 16, 40, 113, 115 Tohigi P. - 26, 36, 90, 91, 98, 100, 111, 1 Torres, C. - 68 Torres, S. - 48, 107 Toy,M.-36, 101,107 Trahan, M. - 37, 106,109 Trout, 1. - 57, 58, 93 Trudeau, 1. - 32, 37 Turnage, V. - 48,87 Turner, P. - 57 Turnham, M. - 37, 101, 107 V Vagnino, K. - 58, 93 Valdesuso, Mr. Caesar- 115 Valdesuso, Mrs. Caesar - 115 Van Kuran, K. - 58, 93 Van Ness, C. - 56, 58, 92, 108 Van Ness, P. - 37, 99, 103 Vecchione, J. - 37 Velling, L. - 58, 83, 93, 131 Viery, K. - 63, 68, 100 Vild, P. - 37, 120 Viselli, C. - 68 Vocelka, C. - 116 Volmert, D. - 38 FINAL COPY . . . A relieved adviser and a happy, but weary staff prepare the last set of copy sheets and layout mats for final shipment. W Wall, M. - 68 Wall, K. - 38 Walsh, Donna - 48, 107, 125 Walsh, Dorothy - 58, 92, 111 Walsh, K. - 38, 98 Walters, M. - 58, 93 Ward, K. - 48 Webber, D. - 19, 38, 72, 100, 131 Weigand, K. - 38, 97, 100 Weinstein, ll. - 68 Weinstein, R. - 38, 77, 94, 96, 99, 100 Whitaker, C. - 48, 111 White, C. - 68 White, M. - 68 Willett, M. - 48 Winkler, 0. - 58, 92, 111 Winnen,1. - 58,91,93,108,110 Winslow, M. - 38, 94 Winslow, S. - 48,95,102,105 Wishart, M. - 67, 68, 111 Wood, L. - 42, 48, 97, 107 Woodard, S. - 68 Wooldridge, Miss Jeanne - 14, 85, 113 Wright, K. - 68 Wright, P. - 68 Y York, Lynn - 114 Yuhas, P. - 58, 93, 104 Yurich, C. - 48, 107 Yurich, Mr. Martin -129 Yurich,S.-68,111 Z Zak, N. - 48, 107 Zapato, J. - 58 Zatlmaier, M. - 68 Zetlmaier, P. - 38,85 Zetlmaier, Mrs. Richard - 85 Zielinski, C. - 68 Zierk, 0. - 58, 93, 104 Zullo, P. - 55, 58, 93, ACKNDWLEDGMENTS Now that the '65 Trnuhadour is completed, we take this opportunity to thank everyone who has contributed to its success: Nlr. 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