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

 - Class of 1966

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Patron ..... ..... 1 56 N T ! . I5 ,Q A I . . ,F E-ut 'Y 'U-J 7 . . .- 5 """"'T1 -Mtv: ,',- ,mtl-fg.t1t1.f 1.1. ,Luv , -, ,4 t,.,.,Vrn.. 47.3.1 la- SQL! cz :Lf ." 'F,Q7E5ff'1'1V' "7--3 . A ,N W. , 4.,..,-1- ,E- ,..1.,. Y em, .v J, 1 xg.12-.,Y. .,. 2 ff. .. -51,15 ' -. V L.. " -' ': t., 1. .1 ' if .- -,uni 'W 'qw V J" WET K , .1 ZF.. that T0 OUR PARENTS, WITH With respect, love, and gratitude, the 1966 TROUBADOUR staff dedicates this annual to the parents of the Alverno students- past, present, and future. A11 of us are indebted, far beyond our immediate comprehension, to our parents for the privilege of being "A1verno Girls." A SINCERE 'THANK YOU To the administration and the fac- ulty falls the responsibility of car- rying out the philosophy of the school. The teacher instructs her class in the principles of practical knowledge. She guides the student to intellectual maturity and moral integrity through teaching, coun- seling and discussion. In the pursuit of intellectual excel- lence, the teacher and the student advance together. The teacher pre- sents the problemg the student dis- covers and accepts the challengeg and the process of learning begins. ACCENT ON THE Educator 4 ef Capable Hands SISTER M. JANE, OSF Principal Religion Student Council Guidance Coordinator Guide Alverno SISTER M. FRANCINE, OSF Financial Administrator Sister M. Francine, OSF, financial administrator, by her personal warmth and cheerful smile makes "going to the office" a pleasure. Sister Annemarie, OSF, our new Vice-principal, comes from St. Francis High School in Sacramen- to. In addition to serving as right hand to our principal, Sister Annemarie lends Wise counsel, support and enthusiasm to the many activities of the school. -'Y -f 1 r-. A deep devotion to duty guides the hands that lead Alverno Heights Academy. They are capable hands, strong, Warm in spirit, and ever helpful in the varied prob- lems of high school girls. Our new principal, Sister M. Jane, OSF, is an Alverno pioneer. As vice-principal she served for five years and in that ca- pacity had a definite hand in establishing the ideals and standards of Alverno. Without compromising any of these, she is open to suggestions from the faculty, the parents, and the Student Body. -2- 4" SISTER ANNEMARIE, OSF ' Vice-Principal Religion, French, Spanish Third Order, French Club VERY REV. NEIL PARSONS, CP Spiritual Director Faculty Has Varied Father Neil, Alverno's chaplain and spiritual adviser, is Rector of the Passionist Fathers' Monastery in Sierra Madre. Father Neil came to Sierra Madre from Christ the King' Retreat House in Sacramento. Through his capable counseling' and interest, he has become friend and confidante of the Alverno students. Coming' from historic Boston, Massa- chusetts, Miss Anderson teaches freshman history. Her teaching ex- perience in Newton South High School, an experimental school con- cerned With modern trends in edu- cation, has prepared her to adjust MISS MARY LOUISE ANDERSON World History Junior Red Cross easily to her new position. E aa . e, -. f I , T X p .. we A V lx A 1 ' s J- .. 4 ' llTIT1,'.J2il I. ' :bl .Iam-:Sv A 'L' X ' , . '.1.,..,.Q-'-, Eff?-L' - , 3. , -' 'if 131. ' HM , " .- L- 95 w il MRS. LORRAINE BARNETT Secretary, Registrar Alverno's new Spanish teacher, Sister Anthony, also serves as Sodality moderator. Her beau- tiful and creative bulletin boards are admired and appre- ciated. Serving as school secretary, Mrs. Barnett, performs many duties-from greeting tele- phone callers to duplicating senior transcripts. Mrs. Carlson, chairman of the Business Department prepares her students for future office Work. Her special displays are enlightening to those inter- ested in a career in the busi- ness World. SISTER M. ANTHONY, OSF Spanish, Sodality Spanish Club MRS. VIRGINIA CARLSON Typing, Shorthand Bookkeeping, Office Practice I3 SISTER M. CATHERINE, OSF Algebra, Math Analysis, Latin Senior Class Adviser Troubadour, Math Club N 4 N I. 1, 1 Mas. PATRICIA CURTIS I U. S. History, World History 'LUX 'mb 'J " Na un '.- I , 4 6. 1 :si - - - .L - 5 I J'-' if ff," Y .7 4 - 'L -' , "if I - or I A - ' ms, . -F A MISS MICI-IELE DOWDY Physical Education GAA Sister Catherine, one of Alverno's pioneers, received an NSF grant to continue her study in mathe- matics at the University of Santa Clara during the past summer. As sponsor of THE TROUBADOUR, her great concern is that the day- by-day events of student life are captured "pictorially." A European traveler last summer was Miss Dowdy. She teaches tumbling, volleyball, basketball, baseball, and folk dancing. Mrs. Curtis, added another Euro- pean summer with its broadening influence to her long record of travel. Leisure Time Used for Studying, Traveling Mrs. Felldin, English teacher, intro- duces,the sophomores to Shake- speare's Julius Caesar and E1liott's Silas Marner. Teacher of geometry and music, Sister Gregory also directs the Alverno Glee Club. Her musical preparation in- cludes three years' experience with Roger Wagner at St. Joseph's in Los Angeles. Mrs. Haoker's European travel has given her new insights for her gov- ernment classes. Interesting discus- sions, daily quizzes and oral reports add variety to the class. MRS. JEAN FELLDIN English SISTER M. GREGORY, OSF Geometry, Music Library, Glee Club gg . . U. it 1i3L'E"R'3?'? f . 1 H W HN .. . ' I ' . V X , .f , . T .- 'T jffiff 4 l 1 Qu : s V ,W Ft, , ,I ' 1:21 X I " 3, M 1 gfx MRS. HELEN HACKER Civics, World History I5 I 'fl 'EIQQZ Mu.. N vi, , , I . f"Sie5'+bgQ,.yg.i, A 'c - -'4' -I Qnb' , Use of Talent, Time .. . vig ' - '41Rvl -' -Q" .V we "s . . . . I Av-- - u 21-ff-. ' Freshman class adviser, Sister Helen, comes to Alverno this .-f-I ,. , , 5f'!f++ ,wi , . . . in-ft.,.wzL5: I i g if ,fg4Suwg31?'2-J year from St. Mary s in Toledo, Washington. Her enthusiasm .,?'fssQfH. I 1 , :KN '5 ,I inspires the Alverno freshmen to new heights in school Flq?hj,l?gs3qe1f.55qi,I,,'4Ake spirit. ,-,',,jQta'5 " -Q A ' ' fit. an ,iff "Ng we-l' .f-.-5,4 ,Q MX 1 ., l Mrs. Herndon, formerly Miss Marchand, has taught sopho- I x :fix -- ,, . . . . lf-ff-G. Q x 1, . as more biology at Alverno since 1961. Her interest in sopho- H 1, rig 'f"'W' ' more class projects helps make this class outstanding. V 'f' iff 1-'f.'?2g35'3EQlfEiw Trlvifgyfr-Q." . 'W '1-'35, iw: '-" f f -5 nl - RoMAN.EMP1m-: --Fl term!!! A. I 4 .llulw-ililitepfhi ,X Sister Joanne came from the Franciscan International ,I "fY3f.f-'xl I School in Rome, Italy. Sister spent two summers in Spain studying at the University of Madrid and has traveled in Italy, Spain, Germany and Holland. Teacher of freshman algebra, versatile Mrs. Keese, also teaches third and fourth year Latin. Her son, Jim, is in his second year of college at St. John's Seminary in Camarillo, California. Academic adviser, Sister Manuela, wisely and patiently helps seniors 'in important decisions about colleges and careers. MRS. LINDA HERNDON Biology, Physiology I6 s1sTER M. JOANNE, osF Religion, Geometry, Physics Sophomore Class Adviser Drama Club, Hootenanny Club SISTER M. HELEN, OSF Religion, Latin, English Freshman Class Adviser LA TILMA, Pep Council f"fE'g!fi'3 Tf'UF"17' T'.?"l' fiC:Diu::iu:i 'W 'QA 2-,1'l?Fg:fpg. 'Vf'v2Ei:5'w, .fz....f,.,, . V4-iff-1:1 w if, i F1 f' I 11: HR. ., SISTER M. MANUELA, OSF Religion, English Academic Adviser MRS. EDITH KEESE Algebra, Latin 'Classical Club Teaching, . Wt' :I ..,.--riufe-'ii:QA? t1x . L4, 'fl -a'-ii V LAI.,- Guiding, Compose w w .-1. SISTER MARIANNE, OSF Chemistry, Advanced Biology Junior Class Adviser ' Science Club sIsTER M. PIUS, osF Religion, Geometry I Bookstore, National Honor Societ i, 18 159559 MRS. EVELYN SANDER French Educator's Day Because of her work in the field of science, Sister Marianne received a grant to study at the University of Oklahoma during the summer of 1965. "Who am I? Why am I here?" Sister Pius helps the seniors find the an- swers to these eternal questions in Religion classes. Though she teaches French, Mrs. Sander speaks five other languages fluently, and has taught varied sub- jects in many lands: Pakistan, Jeru- salem, Germany, Holland, France and the Near East. 3 I w MRS. EUNICE SWEENEY English, Art Teaching art, as Well as junior English, Mrs. Sweeney, "the small but mighty" is the leading force behind the Fine Arts Program. Another pioneer teacher, Mrs. Titus, who teaches clothing and homemaking and keeps attendance records, is Alverno's "Emily Post" for all social functions. MRS. MARCELLA TITUS Home Economics Attendance I 9 t , The activities of each school year help the Alverno girl to develop her character by giving her a greater share of responsibility. By planning and participating in dances, parties, fund-raising drives, and plays, she gains in- valuable experience Which Will help her to set her goals, and will influence her life and the lives of those around her. In addition to their constructive purposes, these activities and events provide an enjoyable outlet from the stress and strain of the regular academic program. A ACCENT GN THE Year 1966 J 1 P Q ,I 4 u L' i :'?g,.,::f?ff'5g Q. .. , , , ,., , im. ,. , + 5552-.11111-2-a.':-iii, 1 ' 1 . ,Eli x . F5 ymmvri I . 1, 51-V w,.x' ,QQQQ v 1,1 Daily Routine Presents Exciting Each day at Alverno is totally unique and yet, there are many similarities. I-Iurrying to class, barely escaping the Friday detention list . . . making a quick visit to chapel . . . gabbing at the lockers . . . trying to remember if this is your day for P. E .... Fred Tillman putting around on his mobilized lawn mower . . . cramming on the terrace steps . . . gazing out the window and wishing you were at the beach . . . deciding which luncheon meeting rates priority 'and your attendance. . . staying awake during first period on Monday . . . calling Mother at Vitamin Period for forgotten homework . . . slamming lockers and grabbing books at 3:00. Experiences GRAM-GRAM-GRAM . . . Busy students make last minute study preparations during lunch hour. H 4 2 F it , w I v I . 1 HURRY! WE'LL BE LATE! . . . Freshman Terri Candage rushes off the bus to get to l homeroom before the bell. AH, TO BE A TEACHER . . . Faculty members, Mrs. Herndon and Mrs. Felldin enjoy lunch prepared by Sister Antonita. 22 l . 1 RUSH, RUSH, RUSH . . . Students hurry to class to beat second bell. STUDENTS OF LEARNING . . . Sister Roberta instructs Geri Mon- tooth, Lenore Longpre and Maria Caprari in the proper use of the card catalogue. CHAPEL VISITORS . . . Girls pause for prayer during noon break. ,Z HUMAN PREDICAMENT! . . . Frosh Marianne Feeney and Kathy Higgins illustrate a classic student problem-putting in first and second period books while taking out those for third, fourth, and fifth periods. 23 Custodial Staff . . . Assisting, Serving Responsibility for the general appear- ance of A1verno's buildings and grounds lies with the custodial staff, whose efforts make us proud of our campus . . . opening the gates in the morning . . . mowing the lawn . . . Watering . . . sweeping the terrace . . . fixing broken lockers . . . trimming trees . . . spraying pesticides . . . carry- ing platforms up and down the stairs . . . cleaning classrooms . . . moving the piano . . . though always busyg ever smiling. LEAVES, GRASS AND MORE LEAVES . . . Mr. Ernest Rodriguez, one of Alvernds custodians prepares to clean the grounds, 24 CARPENTER, PLUMBER, ELECTRICIAN . . .Versa- tile Mr. Manuel Valencia performs one of his many daily tasks. PUTT-PUTT-PUTT . . . Grounds keeper, Mr. Fred Tillman, on his familiar lawn mower. Seniors Gffer Freshmen Friendship,Advice "Where do We go now?" "How much do hamburgers cost?" "My quarter got stuck in the milk machine!" "I forgot my locker combination!" "I-IELPP' In response to these frantic pleas Big Sisters provide lost fresh- men With directions, change for the machines, locker tricks, encourage- ment and friendship. During the first week of school, seniors direct their Little Sisters through the "lunch line" and show them the campus shortcuts. A hootenanny with enter- tainment by both senior and fresh- man groups climaxed the week. I HATE PEANUT BUTTER . . . Freshman, Janet Edwards, enjoys the box lunch prepared for her by her "sister", Mary Ellen King. BOXES, BAGS AND BASKETS . . . Seniors and freshmen go over the da.y's activities at the Big-Little Sister Box Luncheon. BASKETBALL ON STAGE . . . Big and little sisters watch as LaSalle and St. Francis Hbattle' it out at the Big-Little Sister Hoot- enanny. 25 Ghoulish Ghosts, Goblins Galavant Tricycle races in the cafetorium . . fortune-telling . . . apple-bobbing . . . ping-pong ball treasure hunt . . , The Grand March . . . The Addams Family . . . Raggedy Ann . . .Little Red Riding Hood . . . Chinese laundry boy . . . the Ruckus Raisers. Seniors decorated, YOUR LIFE LINE IS CROOKED! . . . Junior fortune teller Kitty Vagnino reveals mysteries to Sheila Callaghan and "boy scoutsu, Vicki Ruggles and Cheri Reaume. juniors entertained, sophomores served and freshmen cleaned up, as Alverno celebrated Halloween. WL Lux "ai CAVEMEN FROM-CHINA? . . . Senior Flinstones, Sue Matt Donna Beardshear, Mary Eley and -Patti Jo Kaye, as Dino chat with "Chinaman" Mrs. Helen Hacker before the Hallo Ween Party. WHAT DOLLS! . . . Sophornores, Audrey Robles A GOOD PAIR . . . Fresh, Mary Allen and Josie Regan, display their prize-winning and Barbara Wright join the Grand costumes as Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy. March at the Student Body Halloween Party. 26 Seniors Eng oy Members of the staff of St. Francis Hospital greeted the senior class at Lynwood on November 23. After a brief welcome Sister M. Benigna introduced a panel who explained the administration and work of the hospital. Following lunch, the girls toured the various departments. They visited an occupational ther- apy session, a dietetio kitchen, the self-care unit and the pediatrics ward. As the seniors left, Sister M. Christine expressed the hope that they had a better understanding of the cooperation and organization necessary to operate a hospital. Rewarding Hospital Day A SHORT VISIT . . . Seniors, Mary Eley, Sue Gaines and Pat Chase, chat with patients at St. Francis on Hospital Day. ,--I gg, . - z . - - .. ,- .wl -J, . ,s1-., -5. ' I V .v ' 'f vl I.. A TOUR OF THE HOSPITAL . . . Seniors are led through the office area by Sister M. Rachael and Mrs. Dutton. .4, . t-, I . t. . Y ,ag I- ,fni -4. ., AND INFORMATIVE DISCUSSIONS . . . Seniors are welcomed by fl to rj Mrs. Ruth Zieke, occupational therapistg Mrs. Aileen Janssen, psychiatric nurseg Sister M. Louis, RNg Sister M. Benigna, moderatorg Sister M. Raymond, dietitiang Mrs. Vernis Adams, medical technologist and Mrs. Mildred Scott, office worker. 27 HO HO HO . . . "Santa", Lissa Wood, presents school gift of a tape recorder to the Student Body. Festivities of Yuletide Decorating Trees, Doors To help create Christmas spirit, the Student Body initiated contests in which each home- room decorated its front door with a Christmas motif. At the Christmas party the student body presented the school with a tape recorder. The seniors decorated the Villa, and various student groups caroled for the Sisters. DECK THE HALLS . . Seniors, Jeanette Hurst and Mary If U . . 1 CHRISTMAS CAROLERS . . . Impromptu glee club Laffm, tak? Part 111 the al'-HW pays a visit to the Sisters during Christmas vacation. iggtgglgrlvllege of decoratlng' 28 Season . . . Caroling -,',. .,-- :Fe fi M ' Q 1 'T-"'5'-I--l"3:'. 'vs .Er E '- V- zf-mega ' "'?':.5 -Yf5fg:LQ'5l Q A 3 A -V ' Q We y, ,ag F ff- A A v FROM "SIS" . . . Freshmen, Nancy LeRoy and Terri Ferrari, chat with their "Big Sister", Madeline Knebel at the Christ- mas Box-Lunch Social. -Z?-.ary CHARLIE BROWN'S CHRISTMAS . . . Sophomores Peggy Fahey and Jan Cervenka, decorate home room door in popular "Charlie Brown" style. THE GREEK CHORUS . . . Drama Club members perform an unusual type of drama, going back to the Greek chorusg Cammy Lynch Cleftj narrates. AND TI-IIE ACCOMPANIMENT . . . Freshman choral members perform for the Drama Club production of "The Promise." Drama Club Stages The Promise' for Parents, Students Under the direction of Sister Joanne, the Drama Club presented a Christ- mas program Which incorporated interpretative dancing and choral speaking. The performance was a symbolic play depicting the pro- phecies from the Old Testament con- cerning the Nativity of Christ. The freshman glee club contributed to the success of "The Promise" which was given for the entire Student Body and for the parents and friends. THE DANCERS . . . Dancers in the in- terpretative dancing production are ftop, 1 to rj Diane Kelly, Maureen Wall, Laura. Driscoll, Qbottom, 1 to rj Jean Moser, Chris Pocino. 1 30 Anticipated Rings Become a Reality AT LAST! . . . Juniors, Marlene Porreca and Sally Glausser, admire one another-'s rings after the ceremony. gl "AT THE TOP OF THE CREST" . . . Junior class vice-president, Karen Curtis, explains the history and significance of the class ring. There is no event in the life of a Junior that is antici- pated so eagerly as the Junior Ring Ceremony. Dur- ing this special progiani class officers explain the ring and the class Inottog then all sing the class song, after which the Juniors receive their rings. The Junior ring is a symbol of maturityg it pro- claims the wearer a full-fledged upperclassman. With this ring comes the responsibility of living up to the reputation and distinction of an upper- classman. A Nl W "HAIL TO THEE" . . . Junior class sings their class song in conclusion. "OH GOD, POUR DOWN THY BLESSINGU . . . Juniors receive blessing from Father Neil at the.Junior Ring Ceremony. Classes of '64, '65 Reminisce X w. I 4 X 'l 2 4 -uw ,, "OLD HOME WEEK" . . . Alumnae Association officers, Kathy Gibson, presidentg Cathy McNamara, vice-presidentg Barb Oat- hout, treasurer, and Joan Nick, membership chairman, discuss college life with moderator, Sister M. Catherine. fabsent: Kathy Reinsch, secretary and Karen Birney, publicity chairmanj At the Alumnae Reunion in Dec- ember, graduates of Alverno had the opportunity to see one another and to compare notes on the colleges they attend and the jobs that they hold. The members attended a business meeting at which the officers presented the Constitution. During the afternoon, members wrote letters and sent greetings to their fellow graduates living in various religious communities across the country. AND BUSINESS, TOO . . . Barb Oathout welcomes Cl to rj Barb Dorazio, Carol Peterson, Marian Karbo and Kathy Pruett. 32 LETTERS TO THE NOVITIATE . . . Alverno '65 graduates, fl to rj Estelle Easley, Becky Weinstein, Carol Petersen, Patty Carberry, Cstandingj Patti Van Ness and Marian Karbo, jot notes to classmates in Redwood City. at Annual Reunion fill T I: n aala 1' 1 - .U,"- E 1 4 ., ,W 2 Q-1. 4. . K X 1-.ge n A .. mil ' La 'IM , ALUMNAE CELEBRITY . . . C1 to rj Diane Sullivan, 1966 Rose Princess, discusses with Jeri Bixenman and Patti Elfeltthe HSWSPE-PGP aftlcles- REMEMBER WHEN? . . . Alumnae, Karen Ott and Donna Corsetti reminisce about the "old days" and discuss the new. ' AND MORE LETTERS . . , Class of '64 members, Cl to rj Nancy White, Karen Longpre, Pat Tache, Terry Ferraoone, and Janet Huber, write "hel1o's" to novices. 33 Daughters Show Dads 'Youire the "AIN'T SHE SWEET"...Sophomores entertain their dads in the spirit of the "2O's". 21" U "THE APPLE OF MY EYE"...Freshman, Jan Wentz, "pins" her favorite beau, Mr. Wentz. 34 The Alverno Parents, Association sponsored the sixth annual Father- Daughter Night for freshmen and sophomores on November 10. The night, with the theme of "Dad, You're the Apple of My Eye," began with a talent show presented by the girls. A rousing sing-along of old time favorites followed with dancing and refreshments. ENJOYING THE SHOW...Freshman and Sophomore dads show their appreciation with their daughters at the Father- Daughter Night talent show. Apple of My Eye .A 11 GO IN TERNATIONAL...Cindy and Mary Mulz dance with a. Mexican flair. ACTRESSES IN THE BUD!...Sophomores demonstrate their talent for acting' for the dads. AN APPLE FOR THE TEACHER... Sister Helen chats with her dad, the "Apple of Her Eye." SWING YOUR PARTNER..,Dads swing and sing' at the lower class-men's annual Father-Daughter Night. 35 n i offs .1 'Big Top ' 'Pop-OP L I X ii-.A irioll. , A ' 7: Y iff P ,Q vi ' W 1 1.4 I.-1 , V I 'UF Ax W EE 1' 4.32, I I-J' , X in - V : , 1 ' 'T"".IikxLF ' CR e 5 .1-':x,-.,-I-' ' - V jx-15' I z X f raw he fi N1 . fs. 'ff A W- W- X X .,.. E -:-... fag ' 3 ' A . 'W if il'--li, . , '-ag! " F-V " .,.: 1 11 P Q if .3 - - " ,fi I 1 . l l ' A Y . 3.775317 Viifii-,Ffiszf ff ii-.f,fp A . ' l .-f i 71 .:.. Wx? r iff, Hi-f1 -af N1 . 5, 2' "ti , A 1 X "Na-S"f?Tnf',"ff 1 , PREPARATIONSWIN MORE WAYS THAN V flffflf- --'H L if F fab ONE!...Seniors prepare decorations and hairfor the Junior-Senior dance. CAUGHT OFF GUARD...Kathy O'Boy1e, Patty Bearce and JUST FOR TWO...Sen.ior Sharon Connolly and her date, Steve Germain, seem all alone "under the Big Top." 36 their dates are caught by the camera as they stop for re- freshments. 'ff a eA V UNDER +116 la 'I' F '-P "AND AFTERWARDS"...Junio1's Erma Hutch- inson and Elaine Dalton and their dates leave the "Big Top" after the dance. Art' Highlight unior-Senior Dance The cafeteria was transformed on October 23 into a circus playground, where juniors and seniors danced in the company of ferocious lions and savage bears. The Sundowners pro- vided music under the balloons and streamers of the "Big Top." A huge pair of eyeballs greeted juniors and seniors and their dates as they passed "Through the Eyes of OP and Pop" on February 4. A compli- cated maze and loudly-colored de- signs formed the backdrop for the band, the Scarabs. OP, POP,' FOLK AND ROLL?,..The Scarabs entertain at the J unior-Senior dance. DANCE, DANCE, DANCE...Juniors a11d seniors dance the night away at the "OP and Pop." EXIT' , if-ki , . vi' THROUGH THE EYES...Junior Pene Pierce and her date enter the world of OP and Pop. Sophs Wander Through Cherry Blossom Land 1 A keyhole at the bottom of the staircase led to "Alice at the Cherry Blossom Ball", the annual sophomore dance. The sophomores transform- ed the cafetorium into a Wonderland of cherry trees, Mad Tea Parties, and Cheshire cats, under the guidance of class moderator, Sister Joanne. BLOOMING BLOSSOMS...Sophomores, Monica Thomas, Kathy O'Connor and Ann McAlpine prepare the entry way for the Ball. D THE MOMS CONTRIBU'I'E...Sopho1nore mothers, Mrs. George Wishart and Mrs. Herbert Woodard, serve punch to tired dancers like Anne Harris and her escort. 38 CHERRY BLOSSOMS A GO GO...Sopho- rnores and their escorts dance to music of The Plague at their first school dance. . Q W' W U5539' C00 ,' w vu V lil A-, ' ' -W.. fr' . ' FV , TIME OUT FOR A REST...Sophomores, Carol Kanowsky and Pat Kennedy relax in the "park" with their escorts. Accrediting Committee Ev-aluates Alverno One of the most important events of the year was the visyation of Alverno by a committee of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Sister M. Clarice, OP, Archdiocesan Curriculum Co-ordinator, was the chairman of the committee. Other members included Miss Edith Chapralis, assistant principal of Lennox High School, Lennoxg Mother Mercedes, MSC, princi- pal of Villa Cabrini Academy, Burbankg Sister Mary Peter, OP, Secondary School Supervisor, San Fran- ciscog and Dr. Richard Lehan, assistant professor of English, UCLA. Student preparation for accreditation began with questionnaires pertaining to the academic and coun- seling opportunities offered at Alverno. The student committee evaluated the answers and submitted its re- port at a Student Body assembly. The Faculty also composed a comprehensive report dealing with differ- ent phases of Alverno's curriculum. if il.. THE STUDENTS' REPORT...Comrnit- tee members, Sister Clarice and Dr. Le- han, examine the student report in the accreditation booklet. PROS AND CONS...Committee members, Sister Mary Peter, Sister Mary Clarice, Miss Edith Chapralis and Mother Mercedes, discuss Alverno. FINISHED AT LAST...Fa.cu1ty members C1 to rj Mrs. Sander, Mrs. Carlson, Sister Jane, Sister Fran- cine and Mrs. Keese, admire the accreditation report. 39 SOLITUDE Students Beth Byrne and Dee Paquette enjoy quiet Retreat . Time to Study Ourselves, The Passionist Monastery was the scene of the first senior twilight retreat. Under the guidance of Father Andre, C.P. and Sister Annemarie, the seniors were actively in- volved in a new style of retreat-the Altura. The program incorporated group discussion on the topics of "Awareness of Others", and "Light, Life, and Love". The retreat also included a community meal, folk singing, and a poster contest. A ceremony in the chapel concluded the retreat. Instead of the traditional consecutive days for the student retreat, days of recollection were spent in meditation, at conferences and in group discussions. 7'-iff? if, INVOLVED DISCUSSIONS . . . Seniors discuss the meaning- ful problems and situations at the "Altura". he World Around Us fy fu- .,. 'N , QUESTION PERIOD . . . Father Andre, CP, prepares for Bible Vigil with seniors, Patti Jo Kaye, Pat Lynch, and Frances Oldenburg, 41' -,., L . -f f -Figs. X ""3f?'?'vi:-'g, , T: K 'ls WM' 1 1 .. S , ' I,-Y' Y ,, ' A , E . ,, sfv , A '-N., isa? . A - ff N, --3.: -.- r -1- , e.e . DINNER BREAK . . . Seniors, Lissa. Wood and Donna. Schulz, talk with Father Andre during' dinner. at Altura.. I -Q . 1 M 4 ,-,o S MELODY MEDITATIONS . . . Seniors C1 to rj Karen Boethling, Kathy Barry, and Sue Cousineau sing modern "hymns" with Sister Annemarie 41 5 X Queen Christine Kirk Senior Court Reigns Over April Prom Queen Christine and her court reign- ed at the J unior-Senior Prom in April at the Altadena Country Club. The queen and the court were elected by the senior class late in January but the identity of the queen was kept secret' until the night of the prom when she was crowned. A pre-prom coke-tail party at the Villa, Where seniors, juniors and their escorts posed for pictures, preluded the dance at the Country Club. Princess Elizabeth Wood I Princess Tani Kay Peckham Princess Kathleen O'Boy1e Princess Donna Edwards Cfhxfn Q Princess Nancy Zak Princess Patricia Bearce 43 rm- ,-f"' 1 ' 'I PATRICIA CHASE PAMELA PIERING Mathematics and Science Tro- Liberal Arts Trophy phyg Finalist, National Honor Society Scholarship. ' MORE SCI-IOLARS,..Bank of America Certificate Winners are C1 to rj Patty Jo Kaye, laboratory science, Sue Winslow, foreign language, Patti Mounteer, social science, Sue Goetz, mathematics, Joanne Huber, English. Students . Speech At the close of every school year, awards, scholarships, and achievements are given to stu- dents in various fields. Two sophomores represented A1- verno at the Lions Club Speech contestg and another sophomore won the Department Chair- man's award for her short story at the Immaculate Heart Cre- ative Writing Day. Two juniors represented the Student Body at the Governor's Conference in February. An Alverno senior, Sue Goetz, was named a National Merit Semi-Finalist, while six other seniors were awarded Letters of Commendation. According to the SAT test taken in November and December, twelve seniors were announced as Semi-Final- ists in the State Scholarship Competition. In March, the Bank of America trophy and certificate winners were an- nounced. AND MORE SENIOR AWARDS...Nationa1 Merit winners are: front row Cl to rj Sue Goetz, a semi-finalist, and Diane Schwab, Janet Barnes, middle row, Pam Piering, Patty Jo Kayeg back row, Pat Chase, who received Letters of Commen- dation. Earn Scholastic, Leadership Awards N N THE GOVERNORXS CHOICE...Chosen to attend the Governor's Conference in Long Beach were juniors, Lillian soPHoMoREs coN'rR1BU'rE...shir1ey Draska men- Brown and Carole Salem' terj shows her award-winning short story to Lions Club speech contest finalists Mary Roman Cleftj and Cammy Lynch Crightj. SEMI-FINALISTS...Senior California State Scholarship semi-finalists are: back row, C1 to rj Patti Jo Kaye, Sue Goetz, Bev Archer, Donna Beardshear, Pat Chaseg front row, Pam Piering, Patti Mounteer, Suzy Winslow, Diane Schwab and Linda Peters. Cabsent, Frances Oldenburgj 45 Graduation- Seniors Reliearse 'Pomp ,J Ld wg'-Ivl. 1, HEADS U'P!...Seniors, Cl to rj Linda Behr, Linda Bouquet and Ca- mille Whitaker practice grace and poise for the graduation ceremony. 's..X.4"J?tt- W 1 The first definite hints of gradua- tion oome to the seniors when they spell out their full names for their diplomas, when they pose for graduation pictures, when they are measured for caps and gowns, and when they order their gradua- tion announcements. In between, seniors are occupied with taking the CEEB examina- tions, requesting transcripts, ap- plying to colleges and awaiting notification of acceptance. "WHICH KIND ARE YOU GETTING?"...Cl to rj Barbara Lepak, Jerry Ott, Anne Barnett and Dolores Mar- chetti discuss the ordering of graduation announce- ments. 46 "YOU'LL TAKE SIZE SEVEN"...Mary Sidenfaden, senior, receives measurement for "commencement cap" from a Collegiate Cap and Gown representa- and Ciroumstanoe' Ei ' ,I S xg ,I w THE BIG DAY!...Seniors, Ellen Sloss, Bon- nie Burke and Nancy Cain get final touch- es from Mrs. Titus before the march. SHADOWS OF THE FUTURE...A1verno's 1966 graduates prepare to leave their Alma Mater. ,.,-l--,-G ,wif -. I I 1 i t , ffl inet .7 .. 'igaae , -, DRESS REHEARSAL...Vanessa Turnage, Sue Steen and Mary Ellen King' descend steps in the final practice before graduation. 47 Music, Art, Language Departments Prepare , Fine Arts Festival l l Alverno sponsored the Second Annual Fine Arts Festival in late spring. Participating in the program were the music, English, and art departments. The senior Glee Club, the Troubadours, and the Freshman Glee Club entertained. As part of the program, art students displayed paintings and other works they had made during the year. A DIFFERENT KIND OF ART... "LETS TRY rr IN THE KEY OF 'GH' ..... Freshmen Glee Club members, with Seniors. Madeline ,Knebel and Sister Gregory, front row Cl to rj Carol Thiele, Melinda Stevens, Eveleen Fell- M?fU-119911 Stfollp dlsl-Hay block din, Cathleen O'Donnell, Judith Foley, Rosanne DeMarzo, Terri Candage Pflntlng' for F1119 Arts Festlval- Kathryn Kohl, Linda Damore, Ann Smith, middle row, Theresa Cirrito, Mary Walshe, Judy Johnson, Marylin Mc Loughlin, Marcia Winnen, Jeanne Vel- ling, Christine Yelich, Linda Hutchins, Mary Ann Bryner, Anita Eberleng ,last row, Patricia Straathof, Jamie Cervenka, Janet Edwards, Teresa Dickey, Mary Merten, Mary Jo Sweeney, Antoinette Giammalva, Susan Rook, Joanne ' Larkin. gg li,' tl , y ' , J in "I-IERE'S A GOOD POEM" .... Literary Club mem- bers Ql to rj Patti Jo Kaye, Pat Prieto, Diane Schwab and Sandy Torres compile a student lit- erary magazine under the direction of Sister Manuela- OP OR POP? .... Senior art students, Donna Hillman and Jan Klingerman take advice from art instructor, Mrs. Sweeney, in preparing for the Fine Arts Festival. 48 F D Illustrates Appreciation for Teachers Banners and posters . . . teaching the teachers . . . entertaining skits for faculty members . . . proving first- 2 hand how much We Cdon'tJ know . . . royal luncheon . . . expressions of gratitude . . . Faculty Appreciation Day is Alverno's peaceful revolution, 'e"- Ig f' E, u.m.o: i ' 2 jf 'fffffzfaffr SHAKESPEARE TO PEANUTS . . . English teacher, Sister Manuela approves of poster given by senior, Sue Cousineau. I i Ulla Ullllf -.-I.-.. A PIONEER . . . Junior history student, Nancy Kenney, shows her gratitude to her American history teacher, Mrs. Curtis. . 7 'vag- Vt mm," I, , MAGNIFICENT MAGISTER . . . "FAD" demonstrator, Joan Burton, hangs post- er for math teacher, Mrs. Keese. U Q - Q5 5 - -I E-Uxe. 0' BULL KACL-1.8 bvx MATH MAGICIAN . . . Math teacher and homeroom moderator, Sister Pius, receives appreciation from sophomore, Nanette Bricker. 49 Daughters Host Tea The annual Mother-Daughter Tea held in October ushered in the Women's social activities for the 1965-1966 school year. Members of the Women's Activities Committee and their daughters acted as hostesses during this formal occasion. The daughters entertained their mothers, and introduced them to the faculty members who attended. INFORMAL PARENT-TEACHER MEETING . . . Mrs. Martin Yurich, discusses Alverno with Sister Joanne and Cl to rj Sue Yurich, Julie McAdam and Karrie Yurich look on. n . 1 tttt ,Q E A 7 ' ' z 2551: ' . k LJ13' . . w-. , F tt l .2 Z.i,..,, 1. ,I - ' "PUNCH FOR YOU?" . . . Mrs. I-Iartranft and daugh- ter, Debbie, assist at the punch table and offer refreshments to junior, Carol Sohuck. I '.3L'3.. PAUSE FOR REFRESHMENT . . . fl to rl Sophomore, Linda Rimpau and Mrs. Edward Rimpau, serve punch to Mrs. .Richard Zak. . . . q .L.h...m.4h. -. ,hwh Soft Lights, Music, Accent, APA Dinner i , ' 1 , .. J, C7 ON TO THE BALL . . . Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Yurich and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jordan, committee chairmen, prepare to leave for the Alverno Dinner-Dance. AND AFTER THE DINNER-THE DANCE . . . APA members enjoy a prime rib dinner before vigorous Cand not so vigorousj dancing at the Dinner-Dance. Dance The Alverno Parents' Associa- tion sponsored a Parents' Din- ner Dance, "Joli Soir" at the La Canada Country Club in Janu- ary. The parents, enjoyed the congenial cocktail hour, the dinner and after-dinner danc- ing. - .A W . Jr. :Dm Q 5 L T47 THEY COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT . . . Alverno parents dance and enjoy the music at La Canada Country Club. W 51 Parents Visit Schoolg Become Students Again What is Back-to-School Night? Ring- ing bells . . . three short minutes between classes . . . tardy slips . . . Shakespeare . . .parabolas . . . the Civil War . . . driver's education . . . arno, amas, amat . . . Each year parents return to school for a brief look at a typical day at Alverno. After a Welcome by Sister Jane the parents visited the classes of their daughters. "SILAS MARNER WAS . . . " Mrs. Felldin, English teacher, refreshes the memories of Alverno parents. "WELCOME TO ENGLISH!" . . . Mrs. Sweeney orientates English "students" "NOW, IF YOU UNDERSTAND THE SLIDE RULE . . Parents vainly try to recall high school chemistry in Sister Marianne's class. 52 "I-IURRY . . . YOU'LL BE LATE!" . . . Parents get a taste of daily routine at Ba.ck-to- School Night. Parents Display Interest ii The Alverno Parents' Association takes an active interest in school affairs. Its executive board meets to plan events, such as the Salad Bar Luncheon, the Dinner-Dance and monthly card parties. is va A WELCOME SPEAKER . . . Dr. Frank Sullivan, Professor of English at Loyola University, speaks to parents on "New Explosions in Learningf' SALADS AND MORE SALADS . . . Alverno Mothers enjoy a Salad Bar Luncheon planned by the Women's Activities Committee. THE BOARD . . . Alverno Parents' Association board members: C1 to rj Mr. John Albade, membership chairmang Mr. Edward Elko, Ways and means chairmang Mrs, Thomas Regas, vice-presidentg Mr. Henry Jordan, presidentg Mrs. George Kohl, wornen's activities chairman, Mr. A. J. Aschenbrener, treasurer, Mrs. Wayne Glausser, secretary and Mrs. Martin Yurich, publicity chairman. 53 The graduate has reached the cli- max of her high school education. She has successfully completed her four year course of studyg she has developed herself as an indi- vidual by her active participation in a Wide range of extra-curricular activities. The graduate has acted as an example to the classes that come after her. She has held posi- tions of leadership, and followed the leadership of othersg her class has set patterns and molded tradi- tions that others will follow for years to come. The Alverno graduate of 1966 has grown from a freshman to a seniorg from adolescense to maturity. She is ready to accept the responsibili- ties of her future. The Alverno graduate is not just a product of her schoolg she is a tribute to it. ACCENT ON THE Graduate 11 ., .U , 1:93 w Q '--'fe--4 . . ,qu -1. 5: ' . 7 ' ,,?iig,xgf,13' ' -1 y--V I, -I 7 ff-:X l A .x . S: qfvl n. fl .Z ff., wi Q. if if 1-33153, ,f - .ff - . Q Q . ,lv rg. V -..3,.:,, lj-,I-.. l.f gA .. . , -i-tp ua- ,A . -qi , 'Trrr1rglxl-,.q?'i.G.':.f.- - '.f'- I f. xl?-..'1'?'-y" t"3" 53- . 5.52 fi -' ' 5454: lI3"i,-.lf:,.",':t lyflfxag ' Af ' ' 'Sri-wf34451 -wr 2-.f:ff' 1 ,' . f y fi-fvgiiigi' 6-.ff --'E-fl"..' ,- - - ' , " -, -'-:'f'f.i:?x':,1fS',.", - ,-, gg-Q . . . 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BARNES Arcadia, California Holy Angels ASCHENBRENER Pasadena, California t Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua M. THERESA AGUILAR Pasadena, California Assumption i 1 4 I .ns BEVERLY A. ARCHER Temple City, California St. Luke the Evangelist ANNE C. BARNETT Ig Temple City, California " F St. Luke the Evangelist 'Q 57 iii KATHERINE L. BARRY Arcadia, California Annunciation Class of '66 Completed Graduation Climaxes PATRICIA A. BEARCE Pasadena, California Assumption ,.f" Q5 -'NTP' DONNA R. BEARDSHEAR Sierra Madre, California St. Rita LINDA M. BEI-IR Arcadia, California Annunciation JANICE R. BELL Sierra Madre, California St. Rita KATHLEEN L. BINDER Alhambra, California St. Therese Course of Studyg Years of Achievement LINDA M. BOUQUET Arcadia, California St. Rita MAUREEN O. BRICK San Gabriel, California St. Felioitas and Perpetua 'Cl' , . 3 BARBARA J. BURKE I I Temple City, California 1 ,. ,1:, 9 17 .11 if St. Luke the Evangelist J ' . 1' , I E -:.iH.'f. I' CHRISTINA CBONNIEJ BURKE Sierra Madre, California St. Rita KAREN C. BOETHLING Pasadena, California St. Elizabeth SHARON T. BUCCOLA Altadena, California St. ,Elizabeth NANCY R. CAIN Pasadena, California St. Philip the Apostle 59 nm- , l . 'What We Become Is ..- 1 ' 'I PATRICIA A. CHASE Arcadia, California St. Luke the Evangelist BARBARA A. COLEMAN SHARON A. CONNOLLY Pasadena, California Pasadena, California Assumption Assumption E Q1-v--If .',...,f CLARE E. CRAWFORD CHERYL A. DOWELL Arcadia, California Monrovia, California Holy Angels Holy Angels 60 ' PATRICIA A. CLARK Arcadia, California Holy Angels SUSAN J. COUSINEAU Pasadena, California Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua 'W I Our Gift to God' Godfs gift to us-life in this wonderful twentieth century, in this era of space, of new horizons, of the Peace Corps, of new explosions in learning. Each se- nior is aware of this and in her class motto, "What We are is God's gift to us, what we become is our gift to God", promises to accept the challenge and become a Woman worthy of the confidence placed in her. if fl"-'rv MARY M. ELEY CHRISTINE A. ELKO San Gabriel, California Pasadena, California Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua Assumption '7""'b- i DONNA M. EDWARDS Sierra Madre, California St. Rita JOAN M. FEENEY Sierra Madre, California St. Rita PATRICIA A. FISHER SUSAN M. GAINES Sierra Madre, California Pasadena, California St- Rita Assumption rho an Dbl hun -nr 1'. A 'T-f --ff 41 X, 1 - RW, im' YM rim: J" .,.' 1,.f -A ' 4:51 1 - 'f .1- pn X-,-, In ..- ,I " J -Q, 4,, 'I 1- -,I 4:6 " 2 'f r' R H. 5 L . 1 r U..-, ,.' -V." "1, . ",.,','f1:s .ze- Nf . . .L-V-,-3:3 ,,' 'V , -' ' . J , 'f, ' Lf 4 ff' ' -.,, a ' -r 'x A -'.,. . "'x9'r .1 U L- 'fy 'V' ' b y ,'-L f 5... .r -I A,i.f. ,Tv '. 5 'r-, mix- -IV" - . ,,., .A i .. '.+ -5 Y -2'-V2 A J ' F- - f.-- .Hr -:- - . 67' k n 14 4 ' f., dn, 1 .jc--f.5?:'f, ' A :lm i of - .A U '.-'I--1 .F-,,, .Z .I -- cf , 1:1"4iEf"' -- pl, ll' i's,' 'J' 441 4. ,' ",.,.4.1u 1, ' . xg.-lr. -.1 .- 1 Q Q, 4 r ....... H , :ms-w.fffsh1r: a 3' 'mm ,- 1 v 5' -'hv..,,c.- 4 Q. SUSAN E. GOETZ Pasadena, California Holy Angels JOANNA M. HENDRIE Class of '66 Assumes School Leadership NANCY A. HEATH Arcadia, California St. Luke the Evangelist Arcadia, California Holy Angels I-IARRIET A. HIGGINS Arcadia, California A Holy Angels EILEEN B. HIGGINS Altadena, California St. Elizabeth i ERIN M. HUGHES Monrovia, California Annunoiation ELIZABETH G. HUTCI-IISON Pasadena, California Holy Angels I I I J, 'JL DONNA C. HILLMAN JOANNE M. HUBER Sierra Madre, California Pasadena, California St. Rita Assumption GLORIA A. JEAN Altadena, California Assumption JEANETTE M. HURST Monrovia, California Immaculate Conception PATRICIA J . KAYE Arcadia., California Holy Angels 65 Memories of Four Exciting The memories of four years hard work and fun are still fresh in the minds of the Class of 1966. What senior can forget Freshman P.E. classes? the Cherry Blossom Ball? the Junior-Senior Prom? or English themes? the A A Freshman history plays? the '64 Johnson-Goldwater I L'-fill 'K i E rally? the graduation practices with posture exer- cises and singing rehearsals? itil ,,. .ni , 1:. .1 4, - ,,, DIANNE F. KELLEY Altadena, California St. Elizabeth K iii nv"N J?" -5 ' A li MARY ELLEN KING CHRISTINE KIRK Arcadia, California Arcadia, California Holy Angels St. Rita MAUREEN L. KITCHENS Pasadena, California Assumption Qi is H 7? l 14? , - V .s 5 U 1 , 5. mail It 3' " ' ' , fI..uH,: LL, . , -ml JANICE KLINGERMAN MADELINE ID. KNEBEL Pasadena, California Temple City, California Assumption St. Luke the Evangelist Wa.: Years Remain BARBARA A. LEPAK Pasadena, California Assumption PATRICIA E. LYNCH MARY A. LAFFIN Duarte, California Annunoiation LINDA S. LE ROY Pasadena, California Assumption 5 5 Arcadia, California St. Rita KATHERINE A. LESTER Pasadena, California Assumption CATHLEEN M. DOLORES P. MC BRIDE MARCHE TTI AI'0adia-, C3f1if0I'1'li3 Sierra Madre, California Holy Angels St. Rita 67 Q-My y E 4 i sl 4 3 'L l Y E t,BJ-4 yo Q ' Il Kart, humlc .wa owyw 5 Q thc. wr X. . w XS' 809 ' No x9 .. wa .,-QI E -. .5 . 'Siu , - . .Lf , A - - -- - - Ly I ,, . 'A .il ,.,- ,nj " . . HATH PERCED TO THE ROOTE . ." . . Clare Crawford gives an explanation of Chaucer to a senior English class. K -LSA if .xjhj I f' l mil Qs -mtl , H., at W' h N "NOW, HOW MANY A's DO YOU SEE?" . . Cl to rj Seniors, Barbara Burke and Denise Mulle, study the effect of advertising in psychology class. 68 Class of '66 Strives The academic life of a high school senior prepares her for the rigors of college life. Religion class offered deeper in- sights into the Bible and the role of the Catholic Woman in the modern world. Ceremonies like the Bible Vigil presented an opportunity to plan a religious pro- gram. Language classes, Spanish, French and Latin, Were involved in interesting pro- jects: attendance at Las Posadas in Padua I-Iillsg participation in the program, "France Comes to Los Angelesng sponsor- ing a Roman Banquet. x "NOW, I'M SURE WE'VE DONE IT CORRECT- LY THIS TIME!" . . . Advanced Biology students, Ann Sinclair and Sue O'Connor, try a new experi- , ment. OI' G-s.,.. ' Academic Excellence - RELIGION IN ACTION . . . C1 to rj Seniors, Toni Pulone, and Linda Riggio assist Father in a. Bible Vigil prepared by Senior religion classes. K l ll 3 "AND WHEN YOU FINISH THAT . . Mrs. Sander, French teacher, gives instructions to her personal secretary, Maureen Brick. fl 7' M15 f H. yliiiw 1 , , ,. S ,.-.Zyl . if UBULLFIGHTING IN MEXICO IS . . . . Joanne Hendrie, senior, gives a talk on Mexican culture in Spanish IV class. Y:SIN 3X, OR Y:3 SIN X?? . . . Seniors Barb Cole- man and Sandy Sise work out a problem in senior math. 69 CECILIA A. MARTINEZ Monrovia, California Immaculate Conception SUSAN E. MATT Temple City, California Holy Angels M. PATRICIA MOUNTEER Pasadena, California Assumption KATHLEEN B. O'BOYLE SUSAN M. O'CONNOR Monrovia, California Pasadena, California Immaculate Conception Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua 70 --Q Class of '66 Chooses St. Agnes GLORIA A. MORENO Pasadena, California Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua DENISE E. MULLEE Arcadia, California St. Rita f i A- if r r H 0 ai '- f A 1 - f,',g'f . ,ww ft-,j,-t - o , 232: V ip 1 A' L' i- li. Class Patron, Daisy, Flower ,p . ,p Us . if Q C f ilt s With St. Agnes, Roman teenage martyr as their patron- ,Q ' ' p I A f ess, the senior class promises steadfast commitment to ' it z pl ' A .1 7'T the ideals of their Alma Mater. . The daisy, their class flower, symbol of gentleness , A A and humility reminds them that these qualities must - ' find a place in their lives. A - 'lf 1 - A -J FRANCES L. OLDENBURG Arcadia, California St. Rita 1 CHRIS C. ORR JERRY A. OTT Arcadia, California Arcadia, California Holy Angels Holy Angels 9 I - -'fn . TANI PECKHAM LINDA J. PETERS M. PAMELA PIERING M0I1I'OV1a, C2l1f0I'I11-94 Arcadia, California Arcadia, California IHIHISQCU1-ate C0I1CePti0I1 Annunciation Holy Angels Sf il 1 I f n 5 CATHERINE A. POORE PATRICIA G. PRIETO Altadena, California ,.f N- , Pasadena, California St. Elizabeth Assumption SHEILA A. PUDENZ Pasadena, California St. Philip the Apostle ,sal ' qp W V ,wg n, I v - L '- if 1 il ANTONIA PULONE ANNETTE QUENELL Arcadia, California Arcadia, California St. Rita St. Rita SUSAN RADWAN SALLY A. RAY Temple City, California Altadefla, C2J1if0I'I1i-H St. Luke the Evangelist St. Elizabeth Excitement, Variety Mark a Senior Day Scrambling out of a VW with seven other girls . . . quick racing to lockers . . . group confusion in the study-hall-cramming for morning tests . . . rushing on Thursday afternoon for Religion reading reports . . . leaving fifth period three minutes ahead of ik time . . . walking down the privileged senior stairs . . . ambling slowly to sixth period . . . clock-Watch- BRIDGID A. REGAN ing . . . sprinting to homeroom and dismissal . . . PSJSZJGGI1-SJ, California staying till five for drill team, glee club, GAA, yearbook and paper . . . All this makes up the busy day of a Senior. St. Philip the Apostle HOLLACE J. RI-IATIGAN Glendora, California St. Dorothy LINDA P. RIGGIO 6' Arcadia, California Holy Angels ,,- .U 1.0.3 X SUVAN M. RILEY LINDA R. RUSHWORTH AI'CaC119J, Ca11fOI'1'11a Temple City, California Holy Angels st. Luke the Evangelist 73 J Officers Direct Homeroom Activity Senior homeroom officers play an important role in the communica- tions between officers and class members. Each Week they attend a senior council meeting Where they present the ideas of their respective homeroom members. These are dis- cussed and brought before the Stu- dent Council at its Weekly meeting. "110 TRIO PLUS ONE" . . . Senior homeroom officers of 110 are: fl to rj Tani Peckham, presidentg Pat Lynch, vice presidentg Harriet Higgins, secretary and Patti Mounteer treasurer. "SINGING IN THE RAIN" . . . Officers of senior homeroom 104 are: C1 to rj Pat Clark, presidentg Donna Edwards, vice-presidentg Barbara Coleman, treasurer and Sharon Buccola, secretary. 74 HPRIETO TO ZAK" . . . Officers of senior homeroom 117, fl to rj Karen Secchi, vice-presidentg Annet Stanovich, presidentg Maureen Stroup, treasurer and Sheila Pudenz, secretary, walk to the villa ., Z. COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES" . . . College Day speakers, Mr. Luke Curtis of Pasadena City College and Sr. Joseph Adele of Mt. St Mary's, talk with Alverno parents. Seniors .Plan for College On College Day, October 17, Mr. Luke Curtis, Dean of Student Activities, at Pasadena City College and Sister Joseph Adele, CSJ, Dean of Admissions, Mount St. Mary's College, explained the need for junior colleges. Sr. Joseph Adele added special com- ments on the advantages of attending a four year Catholic woman's college. At a later date, Sister Margaret Mary, IHM, discussed the liberal arts program at Immaculate Heart "THE BIG DECISION Senior Cathy Poore studies the college handbook. College. .,, . eb. r -F 'Y ANOTHER COUNTRY HEARD FROM" I- - - ST- "PSAT PROBLEMS" . ..Sen1orKathyB1nd.er Margaret Mary chats with senior Cher1e Dowell Concentrates OnPSATtaken1nOCtober about the benefits of Immaculate Heart College. lr 176 5 . NANCY R. SANDERS Pasadena, California St. Elizabeth PATRICIAS. SCI-IOEFFEL Pasadena, California St. Philip the Apostle Graduates Anticipate 'Y'-'Y . .Q , ,TQ - l L DONNA L. SCHULZ DIANE M. SCI-IWAB Arcadia, California Altadena, California Holy Angels St. Elizabeth KAREN Y- SECCHI MARY L. SIDENFADEN E. ANN SINCLAIR APC-idia, Ca1ifOI'1'1i21 Arcadia, California Sierra Madre, California Holy Angels St. Rita St. Rita Reach Important Milestoneg a Promising Future 45 1 ',:' . ELLEN J. SLOSS Pasadena, California Assumption ANNET M. STANOVICH Arcadia, California Holy Angels 's' t JANET M. STANOVICH Arcadia, California Holy Angels 4 1 1 fifyiai gf ' ,- u W: ,L :M ' ' I 's h':. .. , -t.H1- N .. .Q ...Ha CASSANDRA L. SISE Arcadia, California Holy Angels 1-f"'x ANGELA C. SMALDINO San Marino, California Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua SUSAN R. STEEN San Marino, California Sts. Felicitas and Perpetua 77 4A 1 " l S CYNTHIA A. STERLING Temple City, California St. Luke the Evangelist Class Song lnspires Two years ago, junior members of the Glee Club wrote lyrics to the popular tune of "More". That tune and the lyrics, favorites of the Senior Class, are heard at many assemblies and gather- l ings. f ,A'emm-"fi- AV YV 1 More of our hearts, Alverno, can we give? Not anymore as long as we shall live. More than the greatest class this school has known, This, the class of '66 has shown: Loyalty and spirit, honor and praise you merit, We'll always cherish you, Alverno, standing strong and true. During these four years we've been proud to say God's gift to us is what we are today. What we become is our gift to God, Alverno, we'll praise you evermore. MARY A. STEWARD Altadena, California St. Elizabeth MAUREEN E. STROUP Alhambra, California St. Therese SANDRA R. TORRES VANESSA A. TURNAGE Arcadia, California San Marino, California Holy Angels Sts. Felioitas and Perpetua Pride and Spirit I - V . ..i..-i KATHLEEN M. WARD Arcadia, California Annunoiation , Li, J ELIZABETH E. WOOD Arcadia, California Holy Angels CAMILLE A. WHITAKER Sierra Madre, California St. Rita ' 1...- w ul- ' , w DONNA S. WALSH ' Arcadia, California Holy Angels fl I H 1 SUZANNE L. WINSLOW Arcadia, California St. Luke the Evangelist M. KATHRYN YURICH Arcadia, California NANCY M. ZAK Pasadena, California St- Rita Sts. Felioitas and Perpetua 79 From the time she enters Alverno, the under- graduate begins the long, laborious journey to graduation. As she grows, her ideals are more firmly molded. She accepts greater re- sponsibility and grows from a young girl to a young Womang she develops not only physi- cally but mentally and spiritually as Well. As the undergraduate progresses from her freshman to her senior year, her academic and social schedule is planned to prepare her for the tasks that lie ahead. To her the leadership of the Student Body Will eventually fall. ACCENT ON THE Underclassman ipf ' Y R JB 1-2 1 I . 11. 1 M ' '- wi' Il llfq' f, ll' 'Al' .fl I! 1 ., .!--.- ,- ,. Adw- ' gr. 1 '11 n. . A . '- A 'iq-9 ,....... em: 1 1 t - 1, -5 1 . L, Q. . ,,. 4 1 -nl " W 1 .-11, . 1 .35'-,-- "rf A' + , -.. rj, 5 Q51 . 5' ., :IA ', 7--, 5 " ' 'V ft" mick. L' 1 - 11' ,'1. il"-1 z-,,..1 .3:14M!1,i ,V Q .L ,i .lg-14: , .!:qL.1fa r'x1f',,111.L, 11-lr' Vi" 11112-":F'ffnf,":j:L'1.r-' Q13-E 4 'X '3Q'lll" .R-'qznli-1'w4?Ql,f'ji1 ' W ' YF -' "un-".uS"1 ' 4 , ' 1gff1j..qy' f. UEFA 1 1, 1,-1-wi--1.111 1:31 f " 'e15ff1.'11'?1.1n X 1411- -'ff ' 1:1 Ny 1.1, 111,72 IFQL. -' - 'MQ '- ' - -HPS ' , 7 ',x.:Q 114' " N 11 - 11 F . AA gi 1114 1 ,X YV I , 1 X 1 QM 1 ,. x 1 1 9 1 .I , J' '-' .-1 ""'f. L- VIL TV , ' Vq-Y :ij ue, w. L1 -'-' , v I ' I 4 I J ? :.g.Q..- ,v,, 7- 1.1 it . nf' I '1 L Jackie Aguilar Kathy Alberts Sandra Andersen Merri Anderson Junior Year, Accent on Learning The junior year is a year of choice, a planning for the future. It's a year of decisionsg "Should I continue math? or a lan- guage? or should I turn to business?" The year is more delib- erate, determined. It's a change from sitting three in a seat on the bus to four in the back seat of a car. It's the year of being upperclassmen. It's a year of working hard and knowing why. It's a year of activities, clubs, labsg a year of time whizzing by. It's a year of a Whirlwind of happeningsg a year of a thousand memories formed and locked in the heart. It's a year of change. are N K 'N 9 lx Mary Bennett lg, V , ' Lanai A - ' . l?,'ff',f' ff X 5.5-9' L" "1 x if ' 1-sl - 3 "ll- F3 H, Z 'i f-H... ,ax-:Nix - gy.--5, 1, El ' r ' ' . Y, YJ LL V ff: . RWE' r: il '17 -: E14 -- A EILM. ' 1: . :fs - J wi 1. ' Marilyn Birney iff' -734' 74' ':.fi57. , :-y1r ,ig:.,f.- W 1 I- H. A-.,f..A,1, iff!" "vu -' ' . - IJ' iii? -. ' A m e - ff -1: "f3'l,..:' .f.:. ' . -.1155 '-3-1: .1 1 3 5211, 23.1, 1, L39 H iid. 7.13152 33. A fi F, Ll! 1-,.... LQ , lx x ', E' V I T" ' 5' H- 'sf g , Q, ' ,milf I , .+ . ' F I Q A If r 15' F 7 AI 1 ' J I f ' I X V' L -1 ,V 58- 5 if-2 1 - 1- 154 tif '-. ,H-. 212- ,wj Janice Boardman A .,.,,.f.,.... . nn? nh Y. .n .. . , V . . , ..,-.,i,....- . ' ' W TQ- ,HI 1 + mil" ' I 1 - l f 'f i t J - .wg It ' -, .-. . - , W- 1 ,'-,- ' Pts - I. .4 . ' ' , :, 'K . ' , q" " A lil, l " ix I q 'if'-:gf Eff' 1 ' " ff' le srl! ,J lf- " FE' nf J 1 LX ri N l A -.- , 5 -1 1 I" X ' in V ' .' 4 --.A P' 1 i lf A' F. ,, gf A lg, 5,5 ' A .ff l V 1-F ,li ' .sf , .. My L, ev' vl V Anne Bomberg Cecile Bouquet Lilian Brown Sherrie Burke Pat Burke 1 '1 . ' , , ,, Y , 'iff' . ,lzliffq , W , " ' - , ' '-1 ,. 1 A I 1 ' . TI'4'f3,j 1: -e-r"'i., ' ig' 49" ' if V . 3 fi . f X if .QL V M X ,y.1'i, - . A 1 M, , K '- " 'wrt'-if-'P-1.-551 - . 31 , ' :ii 1 I' i 4 ' T. Q "1'3"":'i x l ' L3 I -' -' .B " j f ' ' l is 1 I ,. 'rg ' Ma. , , , Qing 4. nic, gk, it ,-g . '- I Ka' 1 hu A. I-.2 b V Ag li , g,'5Tj-It H it H 1 wp A 1 w X l 1 ivy A 55115-.QQ I' ,' H T791 ' ' ' 1 1 . -.-at ' - 77. ' Z WZ" . N ' . r' , ' f K.-1-'Y' , fl- '1- 7 M, 'A . U 4 , . W,-, F, Q. i t lr W 4' e"'4,'55',L ' -' 'iz 1' . ,'4?'p, , Y 1 ' ,. ,i5111J' -,f1'i'. , Q, wif'-'izlff ' ! U xg j.gEml' ' ' Q' ,Li gi5,1Q,,,'gL.5f1L 1 . Ellen Burns Georgette Cahill Sheila Callaghan Cecilia Callagy Chris Carroll ,-:few ,. YY ---,, -if V- , - 1 , .- fi, M: -:Y-Y:-A, - ,Y s , , , , ,.., , , 5-.:-Q.: ' IGI" - ' uri". f I ' V wif, W r 4 it .vi :sf Hill.. ' lil-Lg-Ql,i'1 . ,iw L. ,li n A W If at '- I 'T' ' , pe l Q ,, 1 f 1 V. X r -v .J-Bu ' A wt iw- I ' - earl-145341 P' Kathy Clarke Carolyn C0001-es Barbara Collins Nancy Comerford Anne Crawford Y , . A J unior's Day Includes Trying to park the car so the gas won't leak . . , hurrying to an early, early lab . . . burning fin- gers on the Bunsen burner . . . going over our- rent events reports . . . strolling leisurely between classes . . . splitting a five-cent candy bar six Vicoi Curran , ways . . . watching the clock during seventh N 'fy 'T A ,p H W up . . . running hurrying before the second bell . . , l, A " 'W' an ordinary day. x "AJ , , fl L l 1 ' period . . . staying for Clubs, meetings, detention . W Ei , at ir , by f N ? I N , X' Karen Curtis Elaine Dalton - Av , , ,, ' -r S 3" Q' . ' Tv - " I jyr, . ,--.. ,I , - ' - 5- , in E , fi - I 1 W, N , ' w w' it-' -2,-i 1'-4'-,' 1. . jimi . ' 1 ' X p A Mig, ' QL, , - l YW 1 i Li' F1 A, -f.. :." C ' n. V' 'At V g..,. W V l Debra Daniels Judy Davidson Cathy DePasco Laura Driscoll Beth Eckhart 2 1.,f'zFe:.'f' DY' W , i K C 'Z . 2 'wi' ' r "H, " - i as wr " " 1--- J fg fsf-'f1-w1...?R3a' ,tl i ' 1- i i . 'K 5 ,, i i 5.-in-51"-H i - V 1. f""'Y-m Q ,. V . iw 1"wh " QS-Q Sn. idle!-1' 1 W if-" L l lFii qv-S - 7' " -N ' V w V '--,. .TIE ,V fl Y A W FL. -A F-fl. I1 up 1 ,,,.,, " V5.4 A we - l' -, l -. Ky Q4 ., 4F1i 'gc ' V 5- 'f --- 1 . M.- Y'--'T' I' ' iaiel . Z . 1 ' l ' 4 1 " ,fy , tg: ,L ' ., , , f ' gp . -ff- 1, -S W rata- u I N V6 V 1 I 3 Sf ' PQ:-I' J " ' A '- 'ig ' ' 1 A ,1 'X .V ' 1 ' 2' 'Q F' ' , L , -Hn mu- V . L n Kathy Eshom Alice Facteau Kathy FitzGibbon Wendy Forrest Penny Freeman Illum of fren E 1 Susan Germain 'wp 3 . ff V- 5 ,Q il - '. X ,1 .5 3 1 A 'IP 'S' Q1 T' 1 auf X PP K, MX 41 K ,A ' n Y I V ' 7 . V I ii' u ' x ' .Alta ' . W ' .,.-K., TZ- - 'xr it r Y -Y - 1 , . . Y v f ,rc J . J AMERICAN HERITAGE . . . There is nothing like Western .lux A ' ' 1V.J,53,fL, 'ljfl - . A .i music to make Nancy Comerford aware of the colorful background of American literature of the Great West. Ruthann Haskell Lenore Healy .-?n.fh,,, ?:n-'J' "1' "" 1 1 Hf-A , ,. ,L .li.. .1 Zola Johnson Y ff" ' 4..- , Sally Glausser Meg Greening 1 1 V' i' "ig: ll?" V ' W if-f's ,- , 1 7? SW R .57 :Q , V E E eain i Q 1 E M E f R -gf if gj Diane Habell Debbie Hartranft - 4 - vw: , yi N my? I - , :ji,1RlVW f s ,ici I . J i I J j f .. V fa" j' l-lar. A ,4 i'a Q ' 9 Bettie H01SteiI1 Erma Hutchinson Beverly Jean A N E M 1 .y' , o 1 1 Mary Keese Susan Kelley Barbara Kennedy 85 P' 'Q ' V -ff'-vw. , - -' 'X-yu. K ,- I A iE'3' 1":C3:. ' a' I Jam N 3314 1 if i -:Lil . v A fu" I- -Y' x.,,, , - ,,,,f 5 ,. .AN 1, nu ELECTED OFFICERS . . . Deciding agenda for a, meeting are homeroom officers of 105: Cl to rj row 1: Linda Lombardi, treasurerg J an Mazzola., president. row 2: Mary Keese, secre- taryg and Sue Kelley, vice-president. N L: , - W 1 Suzie Lacher Mary Lauder Nancy Kenney Rita. Kerner New Experiences The junior year is one of exciting firsts: the measuring for class rings, the solemnity of the cere- mony as Father blesses the rings, the anxious hours of planning for the prom, the feeling of slipping into satins and silks on that night, the tranquility that comes with the Twilight Retreat. These are all part of the excitement which juniors feel in knowing that they are upperolassmen at last. , y:T,,.,v ,L -,,. v I , A 1 1 - ' ' " V g '. f.'5:"' 1" 'A 1:2 . . V, X N-E 1 gig. , .V-,-.dsl i W Q it X 1' n.. '7' T.: '- 'Ie' 3 -Q. 73" fl: " ' V X L - . Mn. I f 'gf ' I+ iv f" L :M S t , Kathy LeBeau -' " Ls.. ' g5."'5'V f 1. if iff fl Chris Lee Mary Anne LeRoy ...T.,..-Y.,. ,, , ir... , YYY- . ' 1 I' "5 "il . -1' ' y ij. 5 -. 4 1 Z 1 ,I 1 A V A A , l r i ., "" 4 1 . gl 7 V. '-rr' 5, 'fl-A ' "7 . iigg-.ix I , 15- i f-: .QLfi5'.,.:,.l Dorene L'Heureux Carol Lieber Linda Lombardi Denise Longpre Pam McE1wee 86 .- , h I., . .. -, , Y M yy--D-,V ,. I VN- , X , l ,sw y l Q'rs','ggilAi 4, fl . M I f'fff?i " ei v l ,. .. 1 Alice Mang' Maria Marchosky Sherri Maurin Janet Mazzola Adrienne Melieste ' " " -X mf ': . , ' l . elfe wa s o Await Juniors eejeeej eee-ee Q --9' ' .: 3' ' 1LFq:..+f1- f - 's'--'1".1f-'A-Adj r he J' : , - ' 4 ig ' N A P 5 , .. L f H in Phil Miller Bette Monroe Elise Monroe 'll l - -. . . I X - 17. f 3 , : I Af - '14-41,1 .. , ,-4222 -' '- -' N, 4-Big.. X , X X- 251159, 4 , ' L, , N . 4 'f' A ' W K , X ,272-:.7'.:' Z' 'Z ., . 'T ' L:L5fT??i: . 45151 fi. ' , " 'g 1 1, ,gg3..:: A 4 ' W 3 ' ' , ' -vi 7- . I' fp '. iw' - E 7. 1 ,1 , I f-'Q - eff- . gs 'Q . ji, . K :fn ' ' Y7 W 1315? - - .-,, , -, A.,-Y. J' if -- ' 'f x V,-, . Y, t:f,,- 1f,',,2,. '-5' ' ' ,Y . ' 1 '19 '-:fi - 1 ,gi-Q' :' ,iliif Q: lg '.':.Ll55i.5w Gerrie Montooth Jean Moser Chris Mueller Mary Mulz M- IV' Margie Murry is ez. E ll L LEADING FORCES . . . Homeroom leaders of 1 12 C1 to rj Debbie Hartranft, presi- dentg Lilian Brown, seoretaryg Judy Davidson, vice-presidentg and Sue Germain, Chris NGISOII treasurer, Class of '67 Encounters New Directions in Learning .',7f" ',f "P.S." WHERE IS THE "A"? . . . C1 to rj Vicci Curran and Marlene Porreca begin work on psalm note- books for Religion III class. .4 1 'Q l' - ,xi - ' -1 Lfff I 1' fi' gt' ' ,P 1 ' ll' 12,1 .E 15. X ,ll':i,! ffl' H I 3 A gz- K I., 'f f fri? f V '-"",f: SEEING DOUBLE . . . Pene Pierce studies the interesting side of algebra II in 3-dimensional pictures. 88 The academic schedule of a Junior is filled to the brim. In the mathematics field, she continues in the line of proofs, equations and theorems, while scientifically she is introduced to lab experiments. The cloth- ing class develops her domestic skills. Languages fill still another field of study for juniors. Learning new and different cultures-either from the viewpoint of a three year "veteran", or a first year novice -juniors diligently study French, Spanish and Latin. Finally, in their third year of history, English and Religion, juniors complete a well-rounded academic sched- ule, CE N'EST PAS . . . With the help of lan- guage lab equipment, Cl to rj Phil Miller Kathy Soho, and Paula. Zullo "brush up' on their French accent. NOW ACCORDING TO THIS . . . C1 to rj Marilyn Birney helps Cecilia Callagy lay out pattern for clothing class. . , ff '- ,. - -. 5 I 1 11 4 5: w , ' ' 1 ' , ix. I ,,,,. . V I-65 . , VV 3, u..4 az ' -my I, l . L li." , -.kg N Q AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL . . . An up-to-date bulletin board is one duty which keeps C1 to rj Kathy Eshom and Meg Greening busy. 89 '-'-'-"':q"weS- xr , 'F A ' 1 'L' 1 .17 A .3..1.w1,. an 7 1:i.:vmat. -ly e .l7"1.'n- 4. r ' -4j"- 'r+F' f . M" f f FJ A P . I ..- ,r.,w. - 1 'gl 1'-wrt ' S' ' 'M J., ft 'FSH-9 ' . ' if iff-'A ' "'ff'i'!2t-. - -H ,Q H f. .- - ' - ag 1 z 1 515: ' , idx! ' it . ep, " 'Lia - Y --fi, ,1 A ' n "3 " -14 ,f .uf-' , ,su 2 f",1':-3. "5r'915 .12 5, ,,g L, L I D U EQ if N' M dui i , 'ff L A -.L S H S, 9, w r. 1 ,5 , I . -J it 5 '- I f ,' P f 4 'I, . .5 ,, -4 ,mira Y ,- E' T' ff: 275' -.ff"'.2l1'--f?sf.- Mary Nichols Dolores Nigro Art, Drama, Sewing Complement Junior Schedules One of the most important tasks of education is that of bringing out the individuality of the student. Perhaps most effective in this area is the elec- tive program at Alverno. Through the different subjects a girl is encouraged to discover and utilize her talents. Art provides a girl with the oppor- tunity to express her originality and artistic abilities. Sewing gives her the chance to learn and apply cre- ativity in a necessary household task. Music and drama give her the opportunities to enlarge upon What- ever inert talents she may possess. All electives are highly individual- ized and help the student determine her probable future career. i i 4' fi I-.,,:.. ---' v A. -V J , , 4, N -LEX ' l ig gc? -ii X y g if '.'. 1 V '1 '- , . f i: 'N . X -, ., 1 iip vpyf f. jg,-:fi g, A Kathy Peckham Rita Pepe .., 9 9 l- ' 'E' 'N :.'-3515 .:. ima-5 EK Q? is-.,s:!,,:r-' A It ' 1 '4 :Mk ilf fgff' ' 1 Ju' 1 1 ' "1 'I'x 7 I 1 'dx ,lr , 1 .Q L J' W1 W7 ll 7" ' -. if n .gf "Sy, k ,I . 1, T. S I 5 M I ., r g 1 -iii-Q3-' ' if-'vw 5 'limit 1 wr ' 1, 4 Q -. n p hi Cindy Paige Kathy Palmer Marcia Pavlik Susan Peabody PICASSO II? . . . Cheryl Reaume begins a sketch in art class. Pene Pierce L . , , Y fa 13 I A 1 9 , I W I I ' f w 9 ,fi f- ' Q Jjlrf I . DECISIONS, DECISIONS! . . . Homeroom officers of 108 C1 to rj Jeanne Stucka, trea, surerg Angie Profet, vice-presidentg Carol Schuck, presidentg and Kathy Van Kuran secretary. I K X Parma Plancioh ' , -. , , ' ' ' f 'W f ' ' fre'-' fr-' 2" -'11 4' I 4 A . . -:! y 'f ""i: TT , if I - -. , f g . , 1 I :r - I' H - I I If n ur H - ' 1 E I M I A 3,1 f ji' E.-It . . 1, 434, Q-., I -A H N ' L ' " I " I E .' Z I .y ' I I ' :lf .J .V I Xia' , -1 V ' I .n l . A A " -2 4 J fivew 1 I I 1 1 f I 5251+ Y' I . , M s L '- ,- 1: 5,.5Q'f 533m5f,?43: ziQ L V , ALL., 1 - . - JV 4' 1 N , Cam ,gr -mf.-g1'Y-,?!!':'A-.I Chris Pocino Marlene Porreoa Karen Praisler An ie Profet . -1 g ?f31'?-iff' " ' Y .LR , 1 , ,M F ""' if-My ,- ,li ' 3,3 1-A ip 1 A 2sp'2af1:1. , Q iw- I inf' 4,1 I ' - f ff' ' A -. hr "W" I 91 I.'el"','1 A 7 I, -- ' - 3 lm I Ez- W , n 2 ,pr X lo -b 5,5 1 E l A If , gi f - '-292' I I . JV . if - .1 i 'fu' . f , V, N If wr.-'J ' b f l 1 J 1 . fliers' ' ' .. ' s ' ' f I Barbara Radwan Lee Ramirez Cheryl Reaume Donna Reiher Linda. Reynolds -':gj':,-.,:'-,- - -fe-. .- ,, -. - , if .y Plfii , A 1 A -we ' ' ' ' "2's,2"'i 2' -1 f 1 I -if Q'-fiilfz' I - I ., ..- 'I . e - I I . eff - A N' . ' ' , 1- I 1 . . 'ji' xl A X Nz, '43 Q, . ,I 1 xg? -f- 2 . L+: nf' 'af ' .-'ff W -f - A Jef .- FH! , 1, L r LE' 4 I --ji 5 :YN Lf, ' ' 'iff' L 'rl-'Q 'QA - yi 'Il 312212, S116 Ripple Pam Rourke Nancy Rowe Vickie Ruggles 1. , 'IJ V x 22215,-. . 1a,. , u 15:13 3.2, .dr V-111. H, V- ' , 'f' 1 H A521--5.214 Maureen Ryan x ' ' .- in 'V . 'is.,.,.S , T L I n ' I Carol Schuck , Z: t .. ..,.. gr 1 V - 1 ,s .. 4 1 N , tw : X A V fl' W 1 I 1 W' ff ruff Shary Slavin l N if. 1 ' X L ,. Q Carole Salem Patricia Shea 'V T l ,, i i I Carol Smith I w ,, ,, w ,iff l o J , F.wQ".-A 3 f'.,1i1.:2Q,..,., Patty Soderberg Kathy Soho y f gi ., - M 1 "- za, l KEQQ 'X , ,f u -. at " 1 , I W 241 - 4' P - g , 5, I"-, . Q S n 'why l w '63-5' it . K 'sis ' X U ! A ,V -, 512 :i ' W -1: W .--.. I '. 1 ' .S ' F x X , T ' . ' 355 gy 1 ' ' Jeanne Stucka Chris Teeple i Intellectual Growth Marks u 5 f Budding scientists are fostered in chemistry and physiology. Labs and lectures in both subjects give juniors enough background to decide whether to continue science or turn to another field. Junior mathematicians, although they offer no threat to the masters, grow in knowledge and curiosity through the study of algebraic theories and mysti- fying postulates. 2 'ml OF HCL . . . Patiently completing an experiment in the chemistry lab are Cl to rj Bettie Holstein, Mary Keese, and Dolores Nigro. , F.. 1 ff If N QQ2-,QQ-.1. 7 , . - T T, 1 ,T he tw J umor Year ? Pat Thomas Nora, Titus ,ev V we M - , e , , 'A - at t , 3 , u V955 vet T T . , v Q I ,.:- 'Eau V .f 1.:.,.f - ' w N , 1 R. , -N t,,jj Y, , ' . Kitty Vagnino Kathy Van Kuran Lynne Velling Dorothy Walsh 1+ T 713. 5 I gi' 41 'vhi ff. 5 Carol Winkler 1. XE be t , , . 'f-- .' px 'Q , " if "iM"3f'i 'ji R Q. 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'WRYHTW -ta ' '- '- t -W -.al ,il rf - w?1fEuL wS"' -if 4W Af X H usd!-N " 5.4, 'if A Q 3 , Q 'i 1 J X' F K Lf All Q ' Ai 1721 r:-- Z -. ':1 ' ' 'AF , -- 215:-,Y , El 5513 ' if H' U '- 'Pisa ' ,.gf Y, .,,..4-S-1' ,4,,....---- '4-,....f' X 4,4-H -"' "' ,,,-v-S ---""' . H-. V: ai Q A 1J"1i'J fi ' at r l Kris Albade . V ..-, ,,,, ,WH 1 s Al ' ' ' f"f 1 H . , , .A M , M .W 3 Q 1 c 1 r J' . Pam Anicich 7l 05,11 -1" ' ' - ' +4f?:.-if 2 . 1 2 flifgfxll' 15 f V. 1 ,'.'U' .ll ' A, ' Vial. -'r"'15 ' iwviw if . .M . i f Q" rf -' ,, , 'W D.. if 1,ig:3.- , f l We , 8 -' . , ' 1 ffff' 3-24 f'QI' 1, ,: ' -' .j7i'r V1 ,F , ALQQ W Nannette Bricker ' ,' "ff77'f"-' i'2gTi'fC:?Z' 'xl' -lg 'Nil' f, V ' .5 ,.-A --iw ,LJ -,V flhylznf -. law ,..lv,l -,- .V 'y '- -' . ..., 1g-.,'..'r z 3 L.5l,,.4-, M -. -4. ..,l,-1 . .- 'f '3ff1'i Pw.:L:!v:L--L w :J :1 AJ.. ,r .- .2 J ' ' - 1 , - ,y Q V2 1... L, i 2 . srl-rg , e -J' w . ' W' 'f I' i - ' i ' ' IJ-,, ,Q A, 'ai , 'fill W' Ei?-. Carol Chase I Y I. r L! W 1 ' Y ".'. . ..- fe ,,.. . lf? ' Sophomore Year, Accent on Enthusiasm . ,,,,'- 4 ' Denise Beanes Judy Beardshear comes from the "Sophomore" Greek words, Sophos, meaning Wise, and Maras meaning fool- ish. However, We prefer the Word "enthusiastic" to foolish, and the phrase "seekers of Wisdom" rather than wise. Debbie Blake Mary Jo Bland ' 1,5 ' Q , .., 1, . ' L 3 -: - 1 N- f N t-..,,f-,J I 1 if Q cw--'P R 1 ' I Lil ii f N ,cle 'G .rg ' 1- . I : 1L:i.3?:i'j:' 1 ff A? 3341 Mary Bullard Jan Cervenka From the wide-eyed freshmen, ,sig-3ff:f,Tl in awe of seniors and hesitant D if about the "Why's and where- A 'A pi 'Y 'fl fores" of high school, the soph- y ,kyh . ,,,,,x 4' 3 . . ,.,. . ' , omore has made the big hurdle Q---it - and is cultivating a more Q-'L f ' mature thinking as she prog- , 1'Tf,Q? J QQ resses up the ladder of learning. f N "H Q 3, IW. PM COOIIUOGS Kristin Cooper W X X 2 , f " YT 'if' 1" , if Ff h , "A .i . . V- ,-f V. L ,M ,-.f.f..s..fx ine, - .Jul M ' '9 ll . , if 'f 'M' ff . ff i - 1,,..., I - 4-' ..- .4 "': .'f'ff an f 1 -'ll r -1 r 2 M r Qi ' X ,. V. - i fl , 1 1 , all I . 1,1533 V ft! M ' 4 ,7 X A A ' I V L .4357 ' ' 45,51 ,-AL, Ni Q f- y ' vpulf" f e- 1, 'aft ' -N V- - X , -I 3. Qajpe t 24' - as - u l A' - - JN -2 1 . ' X Laurie Davis Donna Diebert Becky de la Flor M r,il.de Iiorirxnier X Marilyn Coughlan Q Jbfffarvlxi aux, WXPUJ WMS . ,r 1 .a W ,N V r 5 Y ,U 5 N. ' 2 'N W Y' 'W Y Q N 'gf Denise Dennis A -vimguve., - presidentg enjoy lunch hour - a. break in school routine. Shirley Draska . 3 Action Spells Soph Day The carefree babble in the bus . . . the con- sistent stride to classes . . . having the bottom locker for the second year . . . thinking the first three classes are easy . . .having to think things out for yourself . . . getting out two extra minutes before lunch for Service Club LIKE TUNA FISH? . . . Homeroom officers C1 141, Stephanie Terril, president' Eileen Sweeney, treasurerg Elaine Strizzi, secretaryg and Carmen Torres, vice- W Linda Dubois . . . more active participation in classes . . . A running around picking off leaves for biol- Q. "'l o . . . drawin con ruent trian les with ' EY your finger on the desk in English . . . f remembering good ole, Freshman days . . . having an organized homeroom . . . plenty P y if of class spirit! i f' ' 5 . 5.5-iQ:5l"fY i A Fglihif Joanie Duff Claire Dunavan wif? ' A Qiiflh , 'i .- '1 l ' L. H ,,v,VE' N- I, X! V, Q1 v 'lv ,.: Jyklwk V -'A 4 V H :V 5 .- .rt , 4 ' T-fs N: ' ' ' ft F 'r E J I '-L 1 ?l 5' 4-1 ' u. in' I 1 i ' U ' N. ,H N '513. :wNa,Q,,'!1, :QA A- , ir in. X i ,A l .A 5.1 .512-1313 t at . , A ' , ::w?i2ff2,f54 F - ' ' - 'A " 1 f if , T all C 'll ' - A, i Colleen Dunavan acteau Peggy Fahey Elaine Ferrari Sheila Fisher Q iw. - all ' UM X, .f , . A 0 I-"---' ' Y , we . E- 4, l , -' "1'f"1"J'1' , ' - .-I., 1 'Z' 1 '- ., ,T Bb 4.-A! .3 i 1 F31 xl - UWM , Nap A i l 4. - l 'so 5 ri M. v 'WH fl. "M . .Q p Q-rv , thu- Ml . J , V W , -. , WM. . ,C L V, . K i- W , , -Y f Carolyn Franklin Wendy Gabriel Ellen Gleason V E -'-' T .pf . C -ga! V . H: md ' - lf' x Terri Gormly Anne Harris THE soPHomoRE5 PRESENT THE CHE RRY BLOSSOVI BALL n ,-I N.. , ' mtl Q P ' 4,-Q, "1 ,V r R3 ., ,. ,Nagy PUB uv- V J ' ir: ,sf X .N A G- new 3 . GX N. Hg M . 'v , - .IVE "- , I l S i. I 1 ' 1 . , V V, . W .. V , , , . , X it . A V ' .. In Connie Goetz Mary Beth Goodey ,V ,, ,ff-.-, E f 1 Q4 hw. . nf S565 ' 2 -:TL is ' f"- ' ' ' :L l V I M - 'Wa E -' -:ffiff .LA ' rf, ' I if' fl - V QQ' I , , . T- Marilyn Heino Marcella Hernandez H A Gi 1.Q.:,,-1 - " -LX 1 V! V -1 Q- -I u 2 '55, Q A g I 2, "KL ,x ,fig ' A 4' A f Susan Herrera Karen Huber Debra. Huber I, Rita. J agielski ,,,,:. V . 1 VH . ," .ix , V M,-' Y gm.-,N f A1,.1:-,su 56 I- 2-- Ulf' I ,SV A 'l I X 4 ' 'xt ' -1- r ' 'I i , V fy t. , - gff J' 'f'E,i?351E ' , . J g'i2Ljr,,-me-x ' , ' fl, ,1 L s,,.ZQQ-' .u.:5f,f: I, p , 1 EMZl4?39'1g"2-1455 THE VERY FIRST . . . Excited sophomore, Ellen Gleason, - Ann J ordan hangs the f1rst poster for the Cherry Blossom Ball. 1 ' . l " A f' A 'ruw 'fn' HW .1 "lH- "' Fir ---: -:'11:C.- 'fi q J' f i 1:14 J' 5217-1Q'f,1'.L-.4111 1. Judy Kaleff 3 A5 , W , -... J. fl ' ' ' ' ,-.. ' 4' 'K 13.5 za. 'V . 1 1 ' 1 4- 11,1 P . fx 1' ' - - VQW: 'fs - , . ,,-'1 - A ' I . l . I . mf- . -mf 1 , tl if xv' .l 1 ,: ' - ,, : 1 1 3 I 'iam ,t 1 W l Z7 'Q 1 l I A F1 1' 'jeff ' J 11, , -"' L Q Q '32 Carol Kanowsky Patti Kendall ,. 1, vi WV Pattie Kennedy Aurel Kennelly V A 1 1 I Homeroom Officers Promote 1 - 1 . , .- -, yu 1 ' L. 1 - 1 S l ' ', fl! . . Y 1 1. 5 ' ,1.: V' , Y ' "' 5 ' I r ' y .zw 1 . I L 1 ' f f -ag nr: 3 Betty Kirsch Jeannette Leinhart Unity, Spirit Alverno's homeroom officers form the final link in the chain of student government. Their duties demand attention and efficiency. Although their work is rarely publicized, the results are ob- vious everyvvhere. The success of school activities and drives is largely a result of their enthusiasm and planning. The homeroom officers are in close contact with the Student Body, and carry the individual sug- gestions they receive to the Student Council. '1 J Kathryn Kent S'-N 1 i X i 1 ' l A V ltd 1 Shirley Kolberg Kathleen Leary l 12162 :V F ,L xl. ' 1' .- vwfifti. ' Gilt, .35 5 . Mary L'Heureux Rosie Liberto 11' i " 1 'i. ' A ' 11. "-v ' - I S E. ' . M X ' N 1 ,. W Y J' 7' 1 . - 'F' 'H V 1 1 1 I , XA ,c-,nv p f1 p r A - X 'fax 115'-:'Y112??gNuYx'q 'sg-S ti 'i-g".LN'g- ',E',I 4 : -A5 'f . :ffl , 21 j L ' 1 " .N K lg--Q. , Ui ' ja,li,,.4.' 1 A W , , , I. . 1 J , 1 1 Y.-.N X t - 1 . Q uv. " Q f' I .- ' 1' 111754 ,vz 1 ' . fx ll , , '15 ' 1 '. . -A ' -- its q 1 .I , 1 A ,1 ., ,' '15 , . 1 IU' .,, ,. I. I V , .V ,YI 1,1 N Q, K 1 -y 1- if , , .sq 1 Tfw : . 1 , iff 5. - A ' .v ' --- - if 1f 1 .,. YQ' 11.4 T 1 1 'Pi ' 'J 'f Y 11- ' ' 5- l W -.. Michelle Longo Lenore Longpre Kathy Luiten Cammy Lynch Nancy Lynch TO CLASS ON TIME . . . Homeroom officers of 1 15 fl to rj Jackie Phillips, treasurer: Alice Ozaroski, presidentg Mary Anne Pruett, vice-presidentg and Nancy Powers, secretaryg move to their next class quickly. 'fir Ann McLoughlin -" 1 , "PS-lf?fiY, .H,11EA,l'i,Q' i U X' ' Q -av. zf . 1 V. v. 1 , f S- 'C so. M ' 5 A , ky- , W -i V ., i f ,1'fiT+, I, , V . , it "' 'Q 1 H J . A if .N N! " T, ,,, H! K r- 1,1 6 Q , , xr' ., L -..-4-.. Sue Mamer Jane Mang' I f- 'f l in-A if i I .f J " i X. L Bonnie McManus 1 -, f a, ,A ,, X IL K .fi Y ' mi 5 ,-JR 1' I lxlv . Jr. ' . V' :l Pat Martinez Q, 1 I irhuryi ' f'?'Ef,l 3 lx, 4.l.'i S v K .N , ' 2 ll, :'- I,,. ,Al K I-. 'VI s , I ,, lx , 9L,,, . Ann McA1pine ,- -xy V Y S M' w ' .Q -- ,K if--fr by , "E-TIJN R , , ,W 'Q ffflf2'j.I'j Q -UH.-,, Ef ..""1lgl'r. 2 Julie McAdam Kathy McCue V' u,Y 5 : fp V I X Ai 1 , I r f Kathy McE1Wee Mary M. McKeon -- sz, 'Q X I '5 "Hx . .1 '?'f-Q K i a w 1 'Q Jr ' '- 4 ., R V Vickie Madden Charleen Mallock . ' A' "L I i:' :xhA- , E, ' , A ', , '5 .. - Ax 1 A A A 1' i L ' : ww: M ' ' X img-w . gg. my " JE' W M ffjf, 1,1 Q V 1, J A135 7? i ,Pj N li 4. -f . Mary Moore Linda Morelli v 5 1 . DOMUS PULCHRA . Meg Reedy displays a detailed scaled model of a Roman villa which she and Kathy Viery constructed for the Latin class. Xl Class of '68 Learns During the sophomore year, students broaden their fields of knowledge. In a full academic schedule, the sophomores begin studies in new and varied subjects. Their first year of a specialized science introduces them into the biological as- pects of life. In lab sessions the text is supplemented with various experiments that help to give each girl a greater under- standing of life processes. A new form of mathematics, emphasizing abstract theory and logic, is presented to the girls. Classical literature is the main topic of study and discussion in sopho- more classes, and the girls, through the study of history, become aware of con- temporary governments in Europe, Asia, America. n A OLE! . . . Linda Riley and Wendy Gabriel practice a Spanish conversation. 100 Reason, Question Pi iii f" i. 1 if' vi aAa, space, sSc, OOPS! . . .Jane Sidenfaden works HOLD IT STILL . . . Cl to rj Brooke Sinclair and diligently at typing exercises. Sandy Tisher grapple with a orayfish in the Biology lab. I . f'3 ' PERFECT . . . Cl to rj Debbie Blake and Vickie Madden give finishing touches to their visual statement, a project for Religion II. ' 101 ' i Terry Morrow Margaret AO'Laug'h1in :2i.sv1?-'sift - Y - ,,..Y -1 I ': V - . -,-x ' f: v' , .w 1 yt: LI' .mt 3 W .1 , 1-I. .,-, U ,. I fi- f Q w V Y, -N1 f+.z'q25.,.4,ILx. ,I . J W i w ' M I xi V in I I 1 ,p ! 1 1 X A , 1 - 4 , nr .-'37 . Qiiff Kathy Parker ' . f f ' "e, X, v Ii, I,' 1 fI. 1 j V: 'IB '--F it ' H 'A ' N .2 - , ' 1, -. 1.x X N ' Y V L , - Y I J. Y I 4 ' 'si , ,.- p 0 - -' rf,-A " ' . ,-JJ' ' j-QQ-if, 75.5 ' f 53 ' L-7'Q.?rf X W -H,-1. ,Q - .- :., ,-,'Qt:'. ,, Melita Pevec 5.7 51 'Y UAF Yf:"':rx , gi" A ' v ' '-Tig? i I if -G5-?'ic-- ii, it .agree Nancy Powers In I1 lu r'-1 wn-ff ' f f -W ff -'-'pn r, , .. y A l ' a -3 . W V I4 17 Y , Sherry Morton V I ' 9 W I fi -1 , ,A '-x , ,Q 4. H r -5 4 x K I Olivia Olivares .1 x -Q fpl. 1 4, .V fwmuq, . .I . ' f- 7.54355 1 ' .NE ,fM.xJr"h'Q Cathy Petersen . if-iff QM' , Am ,, 55, ., ,P X fir- ., 5' 2 Nr- -ef Y . Jackie Phillips , H ,, ,1 -1" . V wx V .- , .-fi v fn Tr" ' J , ", ' 4 in V .. , .a,Jy,Qfx3i H W Qs . W i A y :U 1.m,f2'. y i . If ' i ' V . 'I i 1 4' , . ' .Q kj I' , X '. A xl ' '-4 ,HAR Q . , fic, A 5, ,- A- 4 I Mary Mulqueen Betty Nader Kathy O'Connor , . 3? +11 M 'Y' PW .WX ,H Peg'y O'Too1e Alice Ozaroski HOW MANY HAVE VOLUNTEERED FOR THE DANCE COMMITTEE? . . . As they hurry to their next class, home- room officers C1 195, C1 to rj row 1: Denise Dennis, vice-presi- dentg Sheila Fisher, president. row 2: Mary Bullard, trea- surerg and Laurie Davis, secretary, "talk shop." Enthusiastic Sophomores Are Willing Workers X 0 . nr.- .1 it ' . M if Eg 1 if 1 - ' at -F, . at ' A ' X - i r.. vi. Cv .4 ' R-4 I 'kyjg 7 b I - " fm . V -, 1.' N C 2 1? 13! - chip- i . V Ti" Mary Anne Pruett . I, .nil-57' . . .qs f 1 , 1 1 .Q 1, ,," Q4 v I Aw.: 1 ...id -1 Linda Rimpau ,4nf..- -X A 'ew . A. x!.lw ., J0Sie R933-11 Mary Regas Meg Reedy Sophomores display their energetic spirit in the clubs to which they belong: Service Club, Sodality, Glee Club, I-Iootenanny Club, Drama Club, G.A.A., language clubs and National Honor Society. As a class, they show their spirit through the many activities and drives in which they help the school and bring honor to their group. The sophomores reached 107 per cent and became Winners during the fall chocolate drive for the library fund. V 1 1! Av, . K - . . 1 I.-N . ,U Audrey Robles 1.' ' :. 1 .wg-1,5 .. 5 NX ng k if Q 'V f 1 X 1 V 1 1 ' x Y 1 1 1 1 4 1- 1 1 s I . . , 1- Q3 . . .- 1 1 I . 1 . 133.137 1 beg- .- ,N ,, , . . H ,X , . A .- 4 ': . .- ' A I. f .A 1, . - g pf' ' V' -.f. 1 s 11 1 1 .- 1 J . 1 1 I 6 I 4 . Q- . 1- -1-1 c 11' - 1. '1 1 ,,i1F:'5.,1-.,,l1.f. r- 3 - .': :"'frI,:- Marlene Robustelli Carol Rogers Mary Roman 'K I ,,r M1v'x I if' -. Linda Riley Adrienne Rivera Linda Ronzoni - flinna 41?x ' a K 'pu . . 11 fi-I' ,,' gf ' 1 .1 A 1 'Dir IV ' lv ' .1 ,J 1. n ' to ....., 1 .12 ' ,-' mr , .-4 1 A 1 11? 1 N 1 --nb? 1 I 11' . Debbie Sanello Debra Sardisco Janet Scheuerman Barbara Seruto Sally Shoaf .v ,.,1' rigs " "' Q . -L T" FH' ' -V' i - att! -7,-,rl if , ,TQ ff, fvnl ii I I Jane Sidenfaden Studies Stress Creativity Sophomores are asked to accept new responsi- bilities. They broaden their point of View on many familiar topics in their second year of English, religion, history and a foreign lan- guage. In biology they learn about the basic structure and functions of plant and animal life. In geometry, they become engrossed in points, lines, and planes, and gain new respect for triangles, circles, squares and parallel lines. i A I u I W X ll i l 5. ! f 2 DID SHE SAY 102: or 114? . . . Cl no ry Peggy Fahey and Joan Duff prepare Brooke Sinclair Jeanne Smalldon ,.. , ij f 4, V. Francene Smith 2-1 'wi '- , . 'H x :,. - 1 5 l 6 l Chris Soderberg l - , i . 1 ,,-.,.i,i,,r v ,JL V 1,!,..,V.,: Axim. Linda Squillace Elaine Strizzi Kathy Sujata - . 'fi' 3 ,V , ,Q ,ry . ,, .4 . ,V 3 X ' . ,- , , 'fu ' ., -.1 'U to transport audio-visual equipment, Pam Termath Stephanie Terril -4 Rita Stafford ,Nfl , inn, n Y v , w 1 1 Kathy Stuehrmann lug 3,1 , Q ,. i 3,534 '22 '-H i V if 1 by , IJ Eileen Sweeney -4 ':"'T"f'f"f """" T5 "':Ii I Joan Thiele 1 as H1 1 .. , - 'fu - . 11" W 4, . 1 iff x .4 N w , I r r' '. .g,,3 ' J I rw. g ,V ' Ll1'f5""d' fit Monica Thomas ., 'I ples P5 'xl Y , i , f'.gaff' , I I X V Z V .fi N Carol Tinucci 'in L YQ.. 5, 1. ,f S V1 lg Sandy Tisher Debbie Weinstein AND THAT ESSAY QUESTION! . . . C1 to rj Michele Longo, secretaryg Kathy Mc Cue vice-presidentg Carol Kanowsky, presidentg and Rosie Liberto, treasurer, homeroom officers C1 21D talk over "problems, of the day. Carmen Torres A -51 , A Y .l'.x',5iT 7,. Charlyne White 'M W yt H 3-' J' N ' . 1 f ieai se? 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A- ,.V-...,,- P , lu: - 1 , .ff .. -S A , A r1- -' ' Q' 'J H Y .- , M .qpf-Zag.. ff'--, '. -- r - ' ' - , 1 ' ,e-pic' ' ' N - ' ' " " ' ,. i?4:' ,I fx, ', 1 ' , 'T fr- 1 ' -sl V ' 4 -ruff?-gig: 1"'r N - 'W '73 R-, -. z ,Xxx , .1 i fs I 'J 1 J 0,,. fi 4. .1 xxb ,iq 4' VM V if A g i 'Q' "'Q +5 Mary Allen Trina Anthony Pat Auriemmo Frances Avila. T p ' Freshman Year, if n nn Accent on Discovery i Donna Bartolme Nanci Bortugno Lori Braun The change, from domineering eighth graders to dominated frqhmen, marked the first few weeks of the freshman year. New teachers were met and new friendships formed. A variety of courses to challenge every student rounded out the cur- riculum. Deeper concentration in language and an extensive math program proved both challenging and difficult. The week-long orientation end- ed with a. hootenanny. Class induction into the Student Body made the freshmen full-fledged members. Winning the yearbook patron drive proved that they had indeed "arrived" Linda Bruchet Joanne Bryant V , , .gk ...Wig W V fiiwlmbwmg W 7 ,N . l r-f T i T if ' "1 1 - 5?-. ,. , X FL Y I f lil, I 1 V . if F 'fx l . ply "3" T " ' , sf A " -'f l 5 . ' 17' vi' ' ' 5? if ' A .1 W ,. I I 'X N I' , X4 , N4 N I N . Q, ji. A M ki? 1 1 . " fi -ful. V 33' l .All-f.i.j,f.-'.VQf'35' -' T Sandy Buccola Liz Burke J can Burton Beth Byrne ,T ...Ur i,1."" fi , 3 M r' Kig' .' l -r.. I3 ,ln "..',J' ' C 1 X 1 v-V ' in 7 lx A, ' N ,4 ' 475' -2 - . T will 5 my , ' ,I A- IMA Barb Barry l i Vicki Bauchman 2-105 -- ., S ' x , l rib' Q ' n 4' .Ni 3 "Yrs, r.-,?,L ' ' r if Z Patty Breed Mary Ann Bryner ' v Terri Candage . L Q we . ' 'W it 1 W f rom 6Wh3,t' to fwhy' K T Stress Shifts Maria Caprari Laurie Cavanagh g.'r . A ' -AN- V- W1 -lr - :ig N " 'A R, 5'W QW, ,if W V V r- W Tr.- e 3:-.W V . Jamie Cervenka Karen Chemlir 1 W ' , 7 'w 1 -4,AEegf, W W ' :W -' 1' ll ,W W4 . 1 WY A ,VA' IN CONCLUSION . . . Terry Ferrari ML T , , learns more about public speaking 375+ WW W,-Qi - in the course of her studies. ' 'E' J' ' Christine Cole T4 W W , ' I g! " ir LW AS QQ WW, W xW W W W W '- . iv i l , M WW ,', W- W W W 'T ' 'H :H it H fw fr S af i .W ,fix-I S, , WQW: W 1FaTd. I 'Z IEW? W fW . W W ' - 1 ' his ,K . W W irr W, it , so WW W Susan Cone Sue Connolly W Sherrie Cubba. 108 N""'?f YW I I C , l gjzfll W W W I 3 Q mi -. ' fm .:.,.. - I f '91 Ta l 5:51 A -" " ' 3' , "fff1i'f. 5.4 ml Ls r W"' W " ' The long-awaited high school freshman year begins, and though the school curriculum closely follows that of grammar schoolg the stress shifts from "What" to "why" Through the fas oinating process called "learning, freshmen probe deep- er and Wider horizons making life more meaningful. Wfiiffnx W f Amin ,Rffhx 1 W W 1:1 X W - 'fb X 5 r 1 WfW rp, Stag, 1 5-ff3'?'??'1 W. Theresa Cirrito , Darlene Clementi 1 WW , ., Sandy Coleman Kathy Collins Tit H v W Martha Curtigs Margaret Cutler F": I " s ll L' Mary Dalton Linda Damore Rosanne DeMarzo ,. - W V ig ' , , - ., H 1 in 1 Y 1 - 1' -K n l-xxx -is ,4 D p -- . f- me V 1 , ,XV-fj,g va- I ga- 1 L' ' .4 .' I X '53 . if l . 1 if I JJ V, I H, 1 , .l ' .gf Linda DiNoto Mary Doody G1OI'ia DOTS-ZiO :--x f .- 4 jif,Nf?-'za flu, ,K 'I 1 Deirdre Devereux Terri Dickey Eileen Drabinski Judy Drean "C-2,35 . . . OR WAS IT 13,-2J?'f . .Freshman Jean Velling puzzles over algebra graph- ing. "DID THE BELL RING?" . . . Cl to rj Jamie Cer- venka, presidentg Barbara Barry, treasurerg Sandy Buccola, secretaryg and Trina Anthony, vice-president, Freshman homeroom officers of 109, start to class after lunch. 109 I I E 5 xv , W. .X Marcie Duerst I- gn- Z T' 3, V- '- ' " "9-lg , lf' - , Janet Edwards Cindy Emrick QQ 1. .-:uri me D., .,.,,,,s 1 QW? Anita Eberlen 3 Melinda Eisenhart W Gabriela Esteva Varied Subj eots THE VILLAIN . . . fl to rj Chris Yelich points out the villainous Seior Marin to Janice Kratzer during a con- Q u y 1 LI Versation in Spanish I. r 1 , M H I N i Kathy Farron Kathleen Faubion Mary Ann Feeney Eveleen Felldin V if ' I - i 2 1 F 54 W X ' , h 1 i nf' i ,ff fx -V"x'A'N u 162- ' .41h.Lixf' ' Sara. Ferguson I x +I Theresa Ferrari Joan Feser Kathy Flanagan Mary J. Fletcher Judy Foley HO Broaden Horizon Freshman academics are a broadening and strengthening of studies introduced pre- viously. Although much of the material in English class is a reiteration of what fresh- men have already studied, it requires more thought to comprehend the inner meaning and to appreciate the Written word. History classes provide new prospective in comprehending the World around herg alge- bra courses demand that reasoning powers be sharpened. The sound of a shrill Whistle-another P. E. class has ended. Through the year the freshmen proceed from volleyball and bas- ketball to tumbling and pyramids. AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS . . . Cl to ry Mary Jo Sweeney, Sara Ferguson and Marcia. Winnen "travel" around the globe in world history. ,. MINE! . . . Rita Skvaril returns a. powerful serve in the morning P. E. class. ROMAN TRIO . . . Cl to rj Jan Wentz, Theresa Cirrito and Eileen Dra- blnski practice songs for a Latin hootenanny. 15' L.. ' x ' 1 i . . E 1 - ..L,.J,,E - b Yrir V F V' Dorothy Frey Marilyn Germain 'M Q al ar-4:4-X "3 7 ,.-- .N-, ,N X , . B, ' 1 f . .5 A ,., -, 555 ' W ' " H 'M K A ,-- X . L , w W, , i . ,J . si. ' Beth Giggar A Freshman Day, 5 Strenuous, Studious i Misplaced locker combinations . . .finding class- room numbers . . . remembering polio and emer- gency slips . . . tripping over desks under the load of books . . . nomadic wanderings through the campus . . . drowsiness in the last two classes . . . rush to homeroom . . . the race through the crowd at three o'c1ock . . . sitting three in a seat on a bus on the way home . . . the feeling of being a part of the Student Body . . . warm greetings . . . teacher's encouragement . . . answering the right question with the right answer . . . All i these add up to the joys and upsets of a typical freshman day. DO, MI, SO-O-O- L . . . fl to rj Linda Eisenhart and' Donna. Bartolme vocalize before music class begins. H2 , ,,,,N H W L: W . Y. .Q E , ' lr... , it , V, Q, jf. , A 1 K if V 4 I' 'Yin .9-5. ,s' 4' N e i l f A -if t . f . . . y .0 , n N . ,L A i N t YR W? I jg , I7 ,nj 'Q M 4 . ,.3-my X V vi Ji, , . ,1 f- if - L CT .2fg6l2-,tt W A F W U, ,V U I l . V 1 I-I.. H, , jlv galxj- 'i E V. 3 1 A Mu If fl v,. , -,f NIM 1 L- -L Y ,, , , 4, -- Y . . -. . :l'1h!LJb.. Judy Giovanazzi Marya Grimm E. Grzegorzewski V " , s V, 19 , '- I i ' .i w , 11- I .' , 1 U' li .47 . . L I if i Arlene Herrara Jody Holman . s, g. 1 W' In Af' T W , , 0 ' A , W I x . w 4 xxx ' ' 4 ' A- ,' w . Er... . -, V ' sf .Q " .f Patty Garrison ,f A V-il, Toni Giarnznalva ,PE Mary T. Hartfield ' es..-r ' 'Q i is 1 5, Kathy Higgins inf' if' Linda Hutchins J fp V J 'Cl Sue Jeffrey , ' " "--'iw Q, ' new V fi: " '1 Patty Kaleff Shannon Kneier Janice Kratzer 11 V i. W ' i m , . . w. ., 1 . ,- -Nfinta W N ,V 1.3 1 K. 1 I ' -F a V . '. x I 1 Yam i ""' E. A " Diane Law I 'Fi -V lJ..-haf, w, , .-N .l -f .QL K' ' - vo 1: 7 I ,Q 'x w e . 1 , X, , , Peggy Jenkins v I . mt J, Karen Kanter g.- Wx, , ', " ',:-A- V. ' ,EM -r-I xv' 'A A Of' , fvgvw- I 4 . "Y a - . L. L, ., 2 TM--'J Kathi Kohl Joanne Larkin Nancy LeRoy Vfg- .. Y ,V ,r S" ' - I W- -'ii-'P i or 5594 ' ' 'fy ws" " ,I,,f ,if,.-'yr' . 1 ' -' ' 'N , , - Q, . f' 11, W S535 I1-, ' V ,E Yija 'M 13 . if ., 1 M- F' Vi 5' 1 'I if gig? Anne Johnson Judi Johnson Maryellen Johnson if X wxNx I nv -J e 5 X za- -. l .-3" f 1 :Merribeth Kehrwald Nancy Keirns Marion Knebel "DO YOU KNOW WHAT MY "BIG SISTER" DID?" . . . Frosh homeroom officers of 113, C1 to rj Carol Thiele, presidentg Jan Wentz, treasurerg Jean Velling, secretaryg and Patty Straathof, vice-presidentg discuss school activities at noon h0U.I'. I 'I 3 ...., F . . 1 A, . .V-I f 1 ,J -'K ' . "F X ' " A PN.. 1.12, ,. ' 'M 11-J 1 .e.f1,..u 1.912 me .L 1 1 1. W 1 ' 1 -'lg' ,f - i ,yr ., 1,15 -1.x f ' 1, fy x 1 I , A .' . v ' -.N f .- 1' .-. Q. ,Q .,Y, -.-'L...,..- .:. L ,.,Cg,' .L Bernadette Lewis . I. H' L ' 'lf 11 HM1. 1 Qffy-'A' A ., 'ETFN t .2514 V 'f BTS ,. if Marilyn McLoughlin Eloisa, Mendoza . 'x I u X . . 1 W it X X . W X - x 1 'f J.. ' 1 -1 gf Y f Kathy Mina. 1 1 I f V1 E 1 L Cindy Mulz I Q. 11 ' .f - H wa R, in-fIi1X 'rs .B R .t 'I -'35 F' I 1 P 3 f 1 f I Q f' H 4 i ? I 4 LL Aff 74 3' as Coleen Licher Peggy Lynch 5'-1 i ff: 1 1 1 Q, M., 1. , T., . , My 1 l ' .g 1 J 1 3 4 .Q ' i 4'5" N f . i i 1 y Tig I f. sr.g-L!1Q K1 dn. px 0 X 1 1 N f 1 1 J l H I I, Patricia McCue Peggy Mc Goldrick , .x mf F i w3Q,1.-qi-gsx l 1 Rita MCMaI18-111011 Janet McNamara Lisa McNulty Cristina Mejia. A 1-5: V 'A wg Q 1 'xl 1: f., M V f' , 1 :1 .- ...i . . , Mary Merten fr. ll ia nl 1 Af . O W f if ...L . Elaine Monroe V. , ..-, . 1' FN Ne, . .V . .l, L NU! Kris Miller ess 1" X x , X' Ja - I V 7m I .11 ' W Valerie Moreno . 62' - X YI It L V ' 'A 1.. A Q! lr -' xxxx AGAIN, "BON" . . . C1 to ry Laurie Steel and Marianne Murphy prac- tice conversations before the French rn 1 1 . X 1 4 ', f E? I 1 9 'E' 7 be W e' , , 4 ' 1 1 iw .. 5' ' ' A -.Z L. Marianne Murphy Mary Anne Noonan class. x A !. 'Si' orXOui' . . . Freshmen Agree Language Can Be Fun The study of a foreign language rounds out the freshman academic program. With all the stress placed on the importance of communications in modern day life, it is imperative for a young Woman to gain a knowledge and understanding of a foreign language. The first year is devoted to an overall acquaintance with the conversational aspect. Through the study of Latin the freshman gains knowledge of the grammatical structure of contem- porary languages as Well as the interesting prose of the classical authors. 1 4 I E G z f Lucy Oakley .- 1 'fix 1 ' Y,l,'x5T.- 1 .4 1, 1 .1 ' I ' M n' I 1iF:,, .W..'-its 1 Jil. ' Nancy O'Hara tr.. 'WEST Cathy O'Donnel1 w ,n w Kris Otto , V, I ii 4 Andrea Papac Dee Paquette Cathy Pineda VU ' ":' J'5?w1 X .' 1- ' V si xg., 11 ' s 1 , L if "e e' U gh K . W : X-R 1, Xi "Q, W- a ' ' 1 ' " f ., ,, . 1. 'A V l- Y , ... 1' ri! 1 3151 A rx . . -. Zfgfi.-ff Julie Plancich Francine Pooino Barbara Pryor 1 N- 1. ,,,,- A r , fx' , S ., "qi, - , 'X , . lf' A 1: 1 - TQ jp . .j 1- is , Q a ,L H43 r' ,. 7-V . as .lj 1 tl fi-if. "zz-:C ' i , f f T .1 a . :-- A 3"fg,,.-.il - all L. -ig Paula Ready Kathy Reinholtz Irene Rios H5 l li G- -. :IMI r .is ,. ' F , ra w , I, -1 1 . LQX 'ew' n.. V V Wd M X 9, I 'Inv gf- -v, .,,j,.' :J Mary Roche Elizabeth Romo A or gi' V 'W 1 wi , -A , w ' "l"' f i 5 f as W -is A - Q 4464 . ,ass . he Mp. 4 ' . 5 l , F .,..:1' ' ' "SPEAKING OF ALGEBRA" . . . Freshman homeroom officers If lf, xr" N 5' Y 40 .', 7,1 of 111 Cl to rj Chris Otto, secretaryg Valerie Moreno, treasurerg LLL 1 'lr Agni J if L ji I V Mg! Marianne Murphy, presidentg and Marilyn McLoughlin, vice- president, discuss daily routine. Susan Rook Regina Rothe A it Ea' , ,J i ' X If -K 4. ,... ,thy cy - , ' 1 6" gf ,, i 1 A gg 1 ' V , . , ' . ! S I' Y 5 ' ' .,,.M X V ' ' V- -K - -MT W Ty, Q: '-T I ' -f ' 1 . gzip: Y . A . 17 1 , ' KL.. , V A J I I SIKA : E r fini-,1?. W VJ 1 . - xi V, ,i 4 5' I-ws:-9.3. 1 I , E g Y 'JK' .mf , uv" Q ly. 4 :mix-.g,-S Vlil- N ,wk ' I ..-v W 1-51 1' ' 'N' -1" f if - J 1 " 1 l Kathy Ryan Gloria Sasturain Rosemary Sexton Kathy Sidenfaden Rita Skvaril 1 ,I A,Vy A A 1 1 y . 'M .Y - xr ,M !7 .l N '1 C 'A 5 it .wa l , :-1' l ' -V 'vi i , ' of , ig ,, N 15' gf., b V441 4,x,1f'dv'v.,jfiQ:9H.,ai . gifs 'ag' ,. Y tx? .KTA L12 Wllgwl LIL 1 Lf-L., nindnd A Lisa Sligh Ann Smith Carol Sramek l ii jfrf' - 1 M Q fv- Q 1, 1 ws., all ,, w .fgqilxi 'V f . N .- 3 - 5 y : AL, VVVN ,. , is-1-' V x K 'A I , , ' ' R 1 1 - il , 1' , 1 1-E 1 vp :V 'vt V J' Patty Straathof Mary Sullivan Mary Jo Sweeney H6 Laurie Steel Mindy Stevens Carol Thiele . ,W ir, , . ' i rr 1 ' A! J: 1 ' J ,A f 1 if' V 1 , ,' . f' v , . . f - ,1, iw -1 L..,: A-re 4 3.-s..'.7.-I Chris Thomas ! ns- S Pat Titus U . 57 l .1 I Chris Valensi Freshmen Study L i Musicg Find Course ' Challenging p ' ci Under the direction of Sister M. Gregory, l F. . f ' OSF, the freshmen have studied music X ' S theory and harmony, and have progressed to the point Where they can now participate . in various choral productions. ' Lynn Tidwell 4 .W -ni-:N . f " ,fy ,OFM lima ' .- we J Their repertoire includes such favorites as "I Hear America Singing," "A Bit of Logic" c 'N and "Italian Street Song." - ' -f il, 1 L1 V' Nancy Tres A . ,-.' - N lx I Jean Velling' Ann Vracin iw S H if 3 ,. I 1, 1 . : K "-,RVN -I in ,il 3. ,- In l V. L .Ili 2 Y f " i f r il " if V, Ag.. ' 5 mf' W L ' - A' W4 5 H w A X ' JA 'V w ily' , 1 X i I YV ' 1 I - aj- ,- . V , , 5 :- '- ' fi 2, .1 -" -A129 Nl . 'F F l ' Q51 it L Lili ,la ti Deborah Walsh Mary Walshe P Jan Wentz A p 'Ii ,wi , vw y V A F.AF3Q"i .L A :sl .' ,L is . , - . YTJA 'T " l . 4 . ' A it . it E. X It . ww ' 1 1 1 ,,g"2l' y' 1' ALJ' ... FROSH LEADERS . . . Homeroom J f 3 W 4 ' ' , ff' J 42... 59 - officers of 107 C1 to rj Judy Drean, trea- QQ. ' ' ., ,Pr-' 5 l 3:1 Q ,iffy surerg Sara Ferguson, vice-presidentg A X Q 4135 i lJ ' E' QQ Mary Hartfield, secretaryg Mary Doody, ' ' A A 'iw W presidentg prepare for music class in Marcia Winnen Barbara Wright Chris Yelich the cottage. ll Extra-curricular activities challenge and di- rect the exuberant spirits of the individual. Alvernois numerous scholastic, artistic, and athletic clubs are a sure indication of an alert and vital Student Body. In addition to being interesting and educational, these organiza- tions unite the upper and the lower classmen under a common goal, and bring about a unity of spirit. ACCENT ON THE Qrganization 4- - - ff-'-1.-:F T'S':1" ---,T-.f f - f W- . Y-ef , 7-,, ' ,. -' - ' 1- '. - '. 'I " .hp " -.. .. 1 . ' '. 4 ." , ,1- L1 , ,.. . , 1, X , lv? S I, F54 fu, 5-,.. 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' ii,-,K .A ' 'I I3 N I F: 7 -17 r -rf Yf-'?efqi"1..'?,2g5'.:,Llf5-.3g.'.ii'f' ,,g.,h,I'-IIL3Q.1,1f -, -Q.-' "'f. . jing, ',:Tf1'L'f I -' ' ,L . '. ' 1 Hs. v-,-..f.ff.,.,s-f- qv., ,V..+. ,.-,.., . .. -.N , P, V--f ---- -1 ., V V- 4' G h A lfgfjg. TO THE FALLS THE RESPONSIBILITY . . . Student L' . -- bf ,Q 3,5 5 A 5-J: NS,-, -. -A X Body Officers are fl Q0 fb Kama Yuflvh, vfeasuferi 11.1 f w lb 1 gn w faking, Pat Beame, CO1-1-eSpQnd1ng' sgecretaryg Chrls K1rk, PFQSI- 12: ,,.',,57: 1, lf: .:.fq,I.:::V:A,'4-ix. I 5' tm- , I.. -g it X E , de11t1LiSSa Wood, V106-Pfesldelm Sue Goetz, feoofdmg' . - ,-mfwiiigi secretaryg Nancy Rowe, sergeant-at-Aagrms. Q3 ,glgff-15,25-ilpkrijf 3291:-dsivfit-' f, .3--Q:',f.,L , : .I -- . .9 , . l?5f:,iQx,f,, .', .mi-' ,,4.,,q., 5, ,N rg ,.- ,. ..-04 --wrpvf-L, -.-12-11.9 ,,:"'1. I ' " kqLrg..'j 7 U-I! T 7' 'fi rf Iv Z' L.. 'I Lvl , . " " Wil' f:-akin if 55ff+".L94w?+7Y7'5f'l-4f75'2Zf1-'- :iii-1ew' ':'-A'J-f"iT.Ii:.3: 'Li T13 4 xr " - - ,?'1jf?f. "fg1,2gi.f':2,,f7.Q,j- ,g'L, " if P., fin ff"'sg 6 ' 1 i-:L-ay ,. .F 2 fg,g,,3SK,k',,5i,.g 4'f,ag,gp-,jimi !P3'-E-'xrffi 5-"W""' "P-. 1' - 4-w 15- 5' " ' I '-:.' , 1- '- .'.' w ' . ' ' ' A ' 3- -gww43U'a5'2f.a' ',"r "bf"LQX,.-11111: 1 '1 "' "" 'L . -. . - N I . M 1 5- 'f - ,N , , , , . . .,,..,- , . ,Qi . N ,.. U , - . - 'R'-. .L .,.: ,,- f,w..' ' -,....',,.-- m.r,.f fxtv .,"- M 'S '- ' A l . ,- . I ,. ,. m'..i,,-,, -'- ,-- . -v . ..,, , .5-.. X V Nf v 5- P513f""',..?"' .L'?J1?t..fL' if.: fL,'-..1.- ..f. .J A- .4 'T ,..'- Ln ,- -LJ- . , -,...- E -fl Leaders Inspire Responsibility, Trust l The Student Council initiates the activities of the Student Body at Alverno. Under the direction of Sister Mary Jane, the Council members discuss problems con- cerning student government, plan campus activities and promote inter-school relations. It spon- sored such events as Freshmen Welcome Week, the Halloween Party, and homeroom decoration contest during the Christmas Season. .4-1 4 IL i, - fl... .wa'..,,.' V2.1 "I PROMISE" . . . Freshman, Sherrie Cubba, accepts pledge given by Student Body secretary, Pat Bearce, as the Class of '69 is accepted into the Student Body. "WHAT IS THE SECOND POINT OF OUR SCHOOL CODE?" . . . Freshmen repre- sentatives, C1 to ry Cindy Mulz, Francine Pocino, Linda Bruchet and Arlene Her- rera, answer questions posed 'by Chris Kirk Ccenterl at the Student Body Recep- tion. 121 National Honor Society Members Exemplify Character, Scholarship, Leadership, Sefvige LEADERSI-IIP...Senior N .H.S. members: back row Cl to rj Sue Goetz, Clare Crawford, Pat Chase, Donna Beardshear, Bev Archerg front row, Chris Orr, Pat Prieto, Joanne Huber and Donna Schulz. l 22 The Daemen Chapter of the National Honor Society is one of the most im- portant organizations at Alverno. It acknowledges scholastic achieve- ment and provides opportunities to participate in various activities. In- duction for juniors and seniors is based on four qualifications: charac- ter, scholarship, leadership and ser- vice. The National Honor Society sponsored many activities benefitting the entire Student Body including tutoring students before semester exams and presenting the movies, Raisin in the Sun and To Kill a Mockingbird. x , J -I 4511. SCHOLARSHIP,..Senior members of the N.H.S.: back row Cl to rp Sue O'Connor, Pam Piering, Patti Jo Kaye, Sue Radwang front row, Patti Mounteer, Karen Secchi, Suzy Winslow and Diane Schwab. wo ,.....7,:, AT THE RECEPTION...Nationa1 Honor Society moderator Sister Pius, talks with officers Cl to rj Donna Beardshear, vice president Joanne Huber, treasurerg Patti Mounteer, president and Suzy W1n slow, secretary. CHARACTER...Junior inductees: back row Cl to rj Nancy Rowe, Kathie Soho, Pat Shea, Lynne Velling, Joyce Trout, Nora. Titusg front row, Carole Salem, Chris Teeple, Carol Schuck, Kathy Van Kuran and Paula Zullo. SERVICE...Juniors N. H. S. members: back row C1 to rj Sally Glausser, Chris Carroll, Anne Crawford, Pene Pierce, Philomene Miller, Barbara Kennedyg middle row, Geor- gette Cahill, Debbie Hartranft, Gerri Montooth, Mary Angela Profet, Elise Monroe, Bettie Holsteing front row, Kathy A1- berts, Mary Bennett, Lillian Brown, Karen Praisler, Janet Mazzola, and Mary Keese. A SWEET WREATH . . . Sodality officers Cl to rj Karen Secchi, secretaryg Nancy Aschenbrener, prefectg Sue Radwan, treasur- er, Sister M. Anthony, moderator, Parme Kay Plancich, vice- prefectg and Kathy Viery, mission chairman assemble candy wreaths for Tijuana orphans. Sodalists Visit To achieve the Sodality aim of bring- ing Alverno girls closer to Jesus through Mary, Sodality members assume various spiritual and social undertakings during the year. First Saturday Masses and meetings bring the girls closer in a spiritual bond. Tijuana excursions to deliver clothes and food to the poor, trips to Five Acres, a nearby orphanage, and visits to rest homes, highlight the Sodality's apostolic activities. A SPECIAL FAVOR . . . Sodality members, Jeanette Hurst, Beth Eckhart and Mary Regas make a brief visit to the grotto shrine. I-IEAVE HO! . . . Diligent sophomores load a truck for Tijuana with clothing and toys. 124 Rest Homes, Sponsor Tijuana Drives THE BODY OF CHRIST . . . During an outdoor Mass Sodalists receive Holy Communion with Student Body. W , P 1 T A X v . 4 , -ii- V , ' w .- :Tlx - i QL Q .ffi ian f11,,.m-,fu--E-ew ' 91:5-f ,N --,.jL:--ing, 1 g-,,!.ngg.igmsu:i FIRST SATURDAY OBSERVANCE . . . C1 to rj Mary Eley, Susan LINENS, CANDLES AND MISSAL . . . Yurich, Linda Peters and Karrie Yurich leave Sodality Mass. Sophomores, C1 to ry Joan Thiele and ' Kathy Wright, prepare altar for Mass. 125 LUNCHEON PREPARATION...First semester Service C lub chairmen, Patti Kendall and Monica Thomas, help Mrs. Kaye set up the lunch line. Sophomores Uphold The Service Club, a select groupof sopho- mores chosen to give service to Alverno, performs various duties: collecting daily attendance slips during homeroom peri- ods, setting up chairs for numerous dis- cussions and assemblies, Working in the cafeteria lunch line and keeping the campus orderly. The members also direct parents at Back-to-School Night and help prospective freshmen on entrance exam- ination day. SCHOOL'S HELPERS...First semester Service Club members: back row Cl to rj Ann Jordan, Carolyn Chase, Ellen Gleason, Julie McAdam, Terry Gormly, Jan Cervenka and Sheila Fisherg front row, Denise Beanes, Judy Beard- shear, Mary Jo Bland, Denise Dennis, Kathy McE1wee, Melita Pevec and Rosie Liberto. IN SERVICE TO ALVERNO...First emester Service Club: back row Cl to rj Carole Tinucci, Susan Yurich, Marsha Wishart, Linda Rimpau, Mary Roman, Kathy Stuehrmann, Rita Stafford, Eileen Sweeney, Chris Soderbergg front row, Audrey Robles, Debbie Sardisco, Mau- reen Wall, Kathy Viery and Jan Scheuerman. Pledge: :We Serve with Honor' 4 HE SUPPLIES THE DESSERT!...Second semester Service Club chairmen, Mary Ann Pruett and KathyO'Connor, chat with the "machine man," Mr. Gil Lesco. ' I N -NCQ-A., "SERVICEMEN"...Seconcl semester Service Club: top row, fl to rj Carmen Torres, Kathy Parkerg second row, Rosie Fac- teau, Carol Rogers, Claire Dunavan, Elaine Strizzig third row, Pat Kennedy, Colleen Dunavan, Judy Kaleffg bottom row, Mary Mulqueen, Adrienne Rivera, Donna Deibert, and Kathy Kent. Cabsent, Peggy Faheyj. THE BEST FOR SERVICE...Second semester Service Club: back row, C1 to rj Jeanne Smalldon, Joan.Thiele, Jackie Phillips, Marilyn Heino, Susan Woodard, Shirley Draskag front row, Terry Morrow, Rita J agielski, Stephanie Ter- ril, Jane Sidenfaden, Mary Beth Goodey, Mar- cella Hernandez and Debbie Sanello. Cabsent, Laurie Davisy. 1966 TROUBADOUR Accents th PATIYSP! PATIYSP! GO PATIYSP! To this tune the '66 TROUBADOUR materialized. At the yearbook rally in October, the mystery of PATIYSP was revealed: "Put a Tiger In Your Sales Pitch." For the next few days the campus was full of "tigers" pro- moting sales. Deadlines, dummy pages, pictures and endless copy blocks kept the '66 TROUBADOUR staff busy. Through seven months of careful planning and hard work, staff mem- bers, under the guidance of Sister M. Catherine, crystallized ideas into an annual. Excitement, work, antici- pation and laughter made the publi- cation of the '66 TROUBADOUR a memorable experience. ,- ' f S . X 5 ,F-"J Lv , I ru A 2 .. ' '- HAND IF YOU MOVE THIS" . . . Yearbook repre- sentative, Mr. Jon Nelson, and adviser, Sister M. Catherine, confer with Bev Archer on the TROUBADOUR cover design. OUR LEADERS! . . . TROUBADOUR editors, Suzy Winslow and Chris Orr, take time out to "grin and bear it" during a busy work session. G ,X x PATIYSP DOES IT! . . . Business staff mem- bers, Sue Goetz, Lilian Brown and business manager, Sue Radwan, hang posters for the yearbook patron drive. individual PICTURE PLANS . . . Staff members, C1 to rj Anne Crawford, Pat Chase, photography editor, and Parrne Kay Plancich, discuss photographs to be used. ' ,Z 'fb' 1 Iwi' GQ' ' 1 -' ,.--.'-'7T',"' 'Z ' ' 'lf X if . 1 ' ' '+' "".i4:i3e.i-'1 ' "LETS THROW IT OUT AND START OVER!" . . . TROUBADOUR staff members, C1 to ry Jeanne Stucka, Harriet 'A-' f Higgins, layout editor, Pat Clark and Chris Elko, work on layout designs. .J 5- ,li w, ., . F , 5.35. f -zf , , ,. it-' 'W AN INSPIRATION? . . . Clare Crawford, copy editor, dictates to Kathy Van Kuran. 129 ALL WORK AND NO PLAY . . . LA TILMA editors, Pam Piering and Mary Bennett, discuss coming issue with adviser, Sister M. Helen. 130 L Features,Editorials Depict Student LA TILMA, the school newspaper, records A1verno's news and acti- vities in its issues. This year the staff added new features, includ- ing Letters to the Editor and a cartoon, to the newspaper. Besides publishing LA TILMA and the TROUBADOUR, the Alverno Press Club sponsors social events for the members of the staff. In October seniors hosted a Luau for junior members. During the Christmas season the staffs gathered with sophomore journalism students to celebrate the holidays. In the spring soph- omores and juniors gave a fare- well banquet for senior members. i a v fQg153i- ' 'iii i ifffff -i 1 D 'iw f ' H - .. 5 sh... V STAMP-ENVELOPE . . . Staff members, Joyce Trout, Denise Longpre, Jeanne Stucka and Kathy Van Kuran, prepare LA TILMA for mailing, Sata- News, Outlook LA TILMA STAFF Alverno Heights Academy Editor-in Chiei .....,,... Pam Piering Assistant Editor ...... Mary Bennett News Editor ........,..,.,.... Pat Chase Sports Editor .........,...,,, Bev Archer Feature Editor ....,...., Chris Carroll Layout Editor ....,.., ....... . Sally Ray Business Managers: Kathy Van Kuran Ieanne Stucka Reporters: Anne Crawford. Parme Kay Plancich, Ioyce Trout. De- nise Longpre, Lillian Brown, Sherri Maurin, Ianet Barnes. Chris Elko, Angie Smaldino. Franc Oldenburg, Sue Rad- wan, Sue Winslow. Clare Craw- ford. Harriet Higgins, Pat Clark, Chris Orr, Sue Goetz. Adviser Sister M. Helen 5, J--6 - ,,.. WELL, JUST A LITTLE PLAY . . . Press Club officers, Angie Smaldlno vice-presidentg Pat Clark, secretary-treasurer, and Harriet Hlgglns president, finish dinner at the Press Club Christmas party. P' f Txgla., I 'finrrsg r -'v dill . N ' 1 ,r- ': - -1, -ax: W ' 'lj 351.2 1- L . 'Q H 1 il DOUBLE-PAGE DILEMMA! . . . Layout staff of LA LA TILMA TRIALS . . . Members of the staff Chris TILMA, Sally Ray, Sherrie Maurin and Angie Carroll, Bev Archer and Pat: Chase Work on copy for Smaldino work on layouts. the coming issue of the paper. THE SPIRIT OF FRANCIS . . . Third Order officers: C1 to rj Nancy Sanders, vice-prefectg Donna Schulz, prefectg Patti Soderberg, treasurerg and Toni Pulone, secretary, talk with moderator, Sister Annemarie. Third Order Promotes Franciscan Ideals Alverno's chapter of the Third Order of Saint Francis is an active organization carrying the Franciscan spirit throughout the school and the community. During the year A1verno's tertiaries took an active part in the programs planned by Sister Annemarie, Sister Marianne, and Father Rupert, OFM. In November the mem- bers participated in an interschool snow trip at Lake Gregoryg in December, the Third Order sponsored a Day of Recollection. During Christmas vacation the members decorated the homes of needy families and elderly people. "An Experience in Christian Joy" was the theme of the retreat held in March. MASS AND HYMNS . . . Third Order members attend Mass at the day of rec- ollection held at Alverno in December. MEMBERS TO BE . . . Third Order members professed in March are: Q1 to rj Lissa Wood, Anne Crawford, Debbie I-Iartranft, Donna Schulz, Chris Kirk, Donna Reiher, Crow 23 Ruth Haskell, Toni Pulone, Bettie Holstein, and Patti Soderberg. Si. DISCUSSIONS, TOO . . . Father Patrick, retreat master, leads a discussion on current topics. CONTACTS . . . Members of a. contact group are: C1 to r, row 15 Denise Dennis, Sherrie Morton, Rosie Liberto, Maureen Kitchens, Denise Beanes, Mary Jo Bland, row 2: Suvan Riley and Sue Ripple, professed in March. LUNCH TIME INTERLUDE . . . Sophomore and junior members of the Glee Club practice for Christmas Showcase at lunch hour. Glee Club Stars Practice Assures in Showcase Excellence ' if-ii-11 i . THE LEADERS PRACTICE TOO . . . Glee Club officers, Cl to rj Karen Secohi, Vice Presidentg Patti Mounteer, Presidentg Anne Crawford, Sec- retary, and Pam Piering, Treasurer, practice with Sister Gregory, Glee Club Director. The Alverno Glee Club, under the direction of Sister Gregory, continued its record of successful performances. It combined with La Salle's Glee Club in the presentation of the Christmas and Spring Showcases. Its members provided entertainment for various school functions. Composed of sophomores, juniors and seniors who are auditioned in the fall, the club maintains a high standard of quality which is reflected in its outstand- ing performances. DOOO-A DEER . . . Glee Club members, Cl to rj Pat Yuhas, Vicki Curran, Anne Crawford, Linda Rirnpau, Pam Anioich, row 2: Gloria Jean, Beth Eckhart, Pam Piering, Chris Kirk, Sheila Fisher, Mary Regas, Joanne Huber, Ruth Haskell, Gloria Gieger, Patti Mounteer, Joan Theile, row 3: Janice Bell, Sue Kelly, Elaine Dalton, Cathy Zierk, Laurie Davis, ' Beverly Jean, Kathy Wright, Parme Kay Plancich, Terry Gormly, Juanita Zapata, Mary Lil-Ieureux, Stephanie Terril, Cbottomj Erin Hughes, Terry Aguilar, Penny Freeman, Denise Dennis, Eileen Higgins, Rosie Liberto, Toni Pulone, Nancy Aschenbrener, Peggy Fahey, Suvan Riley, Mary Ann Pruett and Karen Secchi. 135 Human Computers, Field Trips, Stimulate The Alverno Science Club, af- filiated With Science Clubs of America, sponsors activities and field trips Which stimulate interest in science. Under the direction of Sister Marianne members have seen the movie, "The Strange Case of Cosmic Rays," have heard the reports of participants in seminars, and have toured industries which deal in the practical applications of science. "THIS ONE'S NEAR THE BEACH, LET'S GO THERE" . . . Science Club officers, Cl to rj Pat Chase, vice-president, Holly Rhatigan, secretary, and Linda Peters, president, discuss possiblities of summer science seminars while Sister Marianne and Carol Schuck, treasurer, look on. T1 f A I 's 'w '11 ALL ABOARD FOR SCIENCE . . . Members Sue Win- '. 5, slow and Joan Feeney board the bus for a science field trip. 36 P V JUNIOR SCIENTIST . . . Youth medalist awardee, Lissa. Wood, receives honor from Dr. Everett Chaffee, Associate Superintendent of Los Angeles City Schools. Interest In Science, Mathematics Because mathematics is "a Womarfs break- through in industry," the Mathematics Club is instituted to encourage further study in, and to explore interesting approaches to mathematics. The Alverno Mathematics Club has had a successful beginning this year under the direction of Sister Catherine. In December members toured Burroughs Computer Plant in Pasadena. The most enjoyable and con- fusing project of the year was the "human computer." After perfecting the "machine" the members demonstrated it to their parents at the APA meeting in March. "UH . . MAY I ASK A QUESTION?" . . . Mr. Arthur Gressley, gives a. demonstration to only slightly confused Math Club members. A I-IEARTY WELCOME . . . AN EQUAL THANK YOU . . . Math Club officers, C1 to rj Toni Pulone, presi- dentg Lillian Brown, secretary-treasurer, and Donna Beardshear, vice-president, say 'goodbye to Mr. Ozaroski at the Burroughs Corporation. "NOW, IF YOU WILL NOTICE" . . . Junior, Carol Salem, gives a math demonstration at club meeting. AND A COMPUTER TO- RUN A COMPUTER . . . Math Club members learn the complexities of the machine. 137 Spanish, French Clubs Study Culture, Art LA SEIRIORA DE PILAR . . . Spanish snu- dents celebrate a feast day of our Lady and Columbus in one procession. This year with Sister Anthony, advi- ser, the Spanish Club sponsored activities such as the procession in honor of Our Lady of the Pilar, patroness of Spain, and a poster drive to increase awareness of the school patroness, Our Lady of Guada- lupe. Club members Went to the Padua Hills Theater for a dramatic pro- duction of "Las Posadasf' At another meeting, Joaquin Gamboa, from LaSalle High School, discussed the school system of Latin American countries. PIEATAS AND POSTERS . . . Spanish Club officers, Cback, l to rj Lillian Brown, president: Sheila Callaghan, 12I'GaS11I'GI': Cfrontj Susie Lacher, vice-presidentg and Karrie Yurich, secre- tary, prepare for a fiesta with moderator, Sister M. Anthony. 138 2 Y -.l, J-an f f MONSIEUR ET MADAMES . . . French Club officers, Q1 to rl ALVERNO de PAREE . . . French I and II Ann Sinclair, secretaryg Eileen Higgins, presidentg Eliza- students enjoy "mousse au chocolatf' beth Hutchison, vice-presidentg and Anne Crawford, treas- urer, discuss France with guest speaker, Mr. Pierre Fortis. The French Club, under the direction of Sister Annemarie, had a very active and successful year. Field trips or meetings were held rnonthlyg the girls visited French Art Exhibits and listened to dis- tinguished Frenchmen speak about their native land. During lunch, French students participated occasionally in a "Tableau francaisev during which they spoke only French. VIVE LA FRANCE . . .French students pause for punch at a French Club meeting. 139 x .A , Y U L , , A ,, A ' J ""' , ! i'fITH:'l:.'! .,,g:...?+, ' ,Unk PULCHRAE PUELLAE??? . . . Classical Club officers, Cl to rj Donna Beardshear, treasurerg Pat Chase, secretaryg Angela Smaldino, vice-president and Nancy Aschenbrener, president, enjoy the Latin Banquet. IN SERVICE TO THE WORLD . . . Red Cross members, Anne Jordan, Donna Reiher and Deidre Devereux advertise a Red Cross project. This year Alverno under the direc- tion of Miss Anderson initiated its first Red Cross Club, The activities ranged from volunteer Work to an international exchange of culture, Which involved many students. The girls sponsored a successful Christmas party for a nearby convalescent home. The remark- able generosity and service shown by the girls proves that the Red Cross has a great future at Alverno. 140 Red Cross Club Promotes Service Classical Club Increases Interest Under the guidance of Mrs. Keese junior and senior Latin students formed the Classical Club to stimulate interest in Roman culture and myth ology through the study of the Latin language. On December 7, the Class ical Club celebrated the feast of Saturnalia with a Roman banquet complete with togas, a Latin hoot enanny and the adoption of the Classical Club charter. A HELPING HAND . . . Red Cross Club officers Cl to ry Jeanne Stucka, treasurerg Pat Lynch, secretaryg Kathy Lester, vice- presidentg Cseatedy Kathy Van Kuran, presidentg and Miss Ander- son, moderator. I-Ioctenanny, Drama Clubs Teach, Entertain THE PROMISE OF A GOOD PLAY . . . Drama Club officers, Cl to rj Laura Driscoll, vice-president: Dorothy Walsh, sec- retaryg Jeanne Stucka, publicity chairmang Lynne Velling, treasurer: and Eileen Higgins, president, ask the approval of director, Sister M. Joanne for an advertising campaign. "BUT THEY LOOK PURPLE WITH THAT LIGHT" . . . Dramatists, Karen Praisler and Carolyn Frank- lin, discuss a lighting problem. The Drama Club provides en- joyment for its audiences and members. Sophomores, ju- niors, and seniors exercise their individual talents and learn to use speech and move- ments effectively. Through the year the members, under the direction of Sister Joanne, grew in an appreciation for dramatic art. Sophomores, juniors and sen- iors interested in music, folk singing and guitars now have their own organization-the I-Iootenanny Club. Supervised by Sister Joanne, members gathered to sing their fav- orite songs to the accompani- ment of guitars. IMPROMPTU? . . . HARDLY! . . . Well-rehearsed members of the Hootenanny Club fl to rj Sue Mamer Kathy Sujata, Carol Winkler and Connie Goetz form a professional group. 6 iwwwgafwtwk - A M wt s,Ql,QRL+ocvkssN9iQ1ostl plexxwv QNQDI' q5.N,nQf5f5PlQQi ww ,, kfidwrll ' Qxxn-M 50315 is-Q1 fgwbcgux ,gy fglav lb owvve Lwvkkp ea wa-Zessiuiidww M omg every school community and so cial group has in some degree displayed mounting interest in the athletic training of American youth. As interest mounted, the question arose, "What should be included in the training of an ath- lete?" Study of this question has produced the most Well-balanced training program American edu- cators have devised: a program of leadership, sportsmanship, and physical education. The athlete then, can no longer be thought of only as a person gifted With skill and dexterity in the field of sports. Rather, he is a .person trained to both leadership and "fol- lowershipfi The athlete is taught to be an individual, While remaining a part of the teamg he is a human person taught to respond to other human persons, taught to win or to lose with the same attitude of friendliness. Since the 1962 Olympic Games, ACCENT ON THE Athlete "THE CHAMPSV? . . . Trophy Winning volleyball varsity: ftop row, 1 to rj Maureen Kitchens, Elise Monroe, Carolyn Chase, Donna Edwards, Sue Cousineau, Cbottorrl rowj Nancy Rowe, Jill Winnen, Kathy Lester, Chris Elko. Highlanders Capture Calls for "Mine" . . . point games . . . cheering students . . . a trophy . . . the volleyball season. This year was one of victory for Alverno's varsity volleyball team. The Highland- ers, with weeks of practice, a determination to win, good sportsmanship, and the per- sonal drive of Miss Dowdy, won the league trophy. G-O-O-O TEAM! . . . Varsity Cheerleaders and specta- tors cheer the Highlanders to victory during league game with Anokia. PROUD VICTORS . . . Miss Dowdy, Kathy Lester, Letter Club president and Chris Elko, GAA presi- dent, display the varsity volleyball trophy before the Student Body. League Trophy f......f L SCOREBOARD OPPONENT ALVERN O Mayfield 8 1 5 5 1 5 Poly Tech 5 1 5 O 1 5 1 1 1 5 Anoakia O 1 5 O 1 5 1 1 1 5 Westridge O 1 5 8 1 5 Queen of Angels 1 5 8 1 5 5 Cresoenta Valley 2 1 5 1 8 20 I 14 1 6 Bishop Amat 1 5 9 7 1 5 1 2 BUMBLING BEES . . . Volleyball Bee team: Ctop row, l to rj Elaine Ferrari, Bev Archer, Pat Fisher, Kathy Luiten, Fran- cine Smith, Cmiddle rowj Kathy Barry, Carol Schuck, Nora. Titus, Sue Herrera, fbottom rowj Judy Davidson, Pam Mo- . Elwee, Terry Morrow and Kathy Viery. EYEING THE BALL . . . Bee team members await a smashing serve. UP AND OVER . . . Elise Monroe returns the ball as Kathy Lester backs her up. 145 Basketball Team Rates VARSITY VICTORS..."A" team members are C1 to rj Maureen Kitchens, Pam McE1Wee, Angie Profet, Jill Winnen, Chris Elko, Carolyn Chase, Pat Fisher, Donna Edwards, Kathy Lester and Tani Peck- ham. , SINK IT!.,.Alverno's Pat Fisher sinks a free throw as team mate, Angie Profet, waits for the rebound. 146 J UMP!...Chris Elko tries for a. jump ball in the game with Sacred Heart. Enthusiastic Support There is no league trophy for Alver- no's 1966 basketball season. Each member of' the varsity team, however, according to the Alverno' students, deserves a trophy. Throughout the season, which carried three losses against Queen of Angels, Sacred Heart and Bishop Amat, the Student Body exhibited enthusiasm forthe hard working Highlanders. The loss- es were balanced when, with only half of the team present, the High- landers defeated Pomona Catholic. AND THEN THERE ARE THE 'B's"'...Basketba11 "B" team: standing C1 to rj Pat Chase, Bev Archer, Elaine Ferrari, Terry Morrow, Carmen Torres, Mary Bullard, Sue Cousin- eau seated,'Joa.n Duff, Rosie Liberto, Betty Nader and Rosie Facteau. "TOO LATE!"...Gua.rds, Donna Edwards, Carolyn Chase 1123 and Angie Profet ca.n't keep out a forward as she tries for two points. KEEP 'EM OUT...Guard, Pat Fisher, blocks Bishop Ama.t's forward as she tries for a pass. 147 THE"'PEPPY" ONES . . . Pep Club represent- atives: Cl to rj Cindy Sterling, president, Nancy Heath, Judy Davidson, Kathy O'Connor, and Anne Smith. Pep Club, Cheerleaders Spark School Spirit A.H. QUARTET . . . Varsity cheerleaders, Cl to rj Patti Soder- burg, Cindy Sterling, Cheri Dowell and Cseatedj Linda Rushworth, pose atop "Mighty Midge". R Y ' CHEERING THE "I-IIGHLANDERSN . . . Bee Team cheer- leaders: fl to rj Mary Dalton, Chris Soderburg, Darlene Clementi and Ckneelingj Marcia Winnen. 148 Who has put spirit into a group at a game? Who has changed an unorgan- ized group of students into a single cheering unit? Who has put the sparks of life into the spectators at volleyball, basketball and softball games? Alverno's varsity and Bee cheerleaders! Tennis Enthusiasts Join PACA League "LAY YOUR PALM ACROSSJ' . . . Tani Peckham Ccenterj gives tennis lessons to C1 to rj Kathy Peckham, Kris Albade and Linda Rushworth. In answer to the classic call of "tennis anyone?", many Alverno stu- dents respond With enthusiasm. With instructions from Mr. Lin Shampine, the girls participated in tournaments and the interschool tennis matches, sponsored by the PACA League. Sister M. Helen advises the Pep Council, which is composed of fresh- man, sophomore, junior and senior representatives. The Council pro- motes enthusiasm for Alverno's volleyball, basketball, and soft- ball, and it sponsors pep rallies and posters announcing the coming events. "TENNIS, ANYONE?" . . . A1verno's tennis instructor, Mr, Lin Shampine looks for a match. "YOU CALL . . ." . . . Tennis players, Cathy Poore, Marsha Wishart, Cammy Lynch and Harriet Higgins, choose sid es for a match. 149 "SLEEPING BAG...CI-IECK"...GAA officers Cl to rj Maureen Kitchens, treasurerg Pam McElWee, recording secretaryg Pat Fisher, corresponding secretaryg Sue Cousineau, vice presi- dentg Chris Elko, president, check list of items for GAA out- ing. GAA, GLC Snow Trip, The Girls' Athletic Association is one of Alverno's largest clubs. The GAA com- bines friendship and spirit with athletic appreciation: A GAA member does not have to Win, but she does have to know how to lose. She need not possess the athletic ability of an Olympic champion, but she must have the spirit of one. In addition to regular athletic activi- ties-the volleyball, basketball and soft- ball teams-the GAA sponsored a trip to Big Bear. The Alverno Girls' Letter Club is an ex- clusive athletic association. In order to be "tapped" a girl must have three team credits, one varsity, and a good rating in character and leadership from the GLC members. The special activity of the GLC is hiking to such places as Mount Lowe. SOFT LANDING...Sue Cousineau slows to a stop after a sled rideg Chris Elko watches. 150 "WHO'S THE FAT ONE IN WHITE'?"...GAA members pose with a friend outside their cabin at Big Bear. Activities. .. Hiking, Sports 1 ,.4' ,.,..-df! "AS WE GO A' WANDERING"...Letter Club Officers C1 to rj ""4 Sue Cousineau, treasurer and Donna. Edwards, secretary, give advice to other hikers, Kathy Lester, president and Elise Monroe, vice president. USUPERSKIER!"...Junior, Chris Lee, makes a. try at skiing while on GAA trip to Big Bear. cf' FUTURE OLYMPIC...CHAMPIONS?...GLC members are: back row, Cl to rl Chris Elko, Jill Winnen, Pat Fisher, Chris Leeg front row, Nancy Rowe, Tani Peckham, Carol Schuck, Angie Profet and Pam McE1wee. 151 Drill Team Entertainsg Adds Enthusiasm, Spirit "BE PRECISEU . . . Miss Julie Currier teaches Nancy Aschenbrener, vice-president, and Donna Schulz, president, proper arm posi- tion. 152 The Alverno Drill Team has per- formed at many school assemblies. Under the direction of Sister M. Helen and Miss Julie Currier, the girls added enthusiasm to the yearbook and candy drives. In February the drill team participated in the Pomona Catholic Drill Team Tournament. n , , 1 -n- ,N 1 A , ,A -. ,.,, N Fi! , - 's , V . ' -. ni V9 ll YV :iii 'Q x a ' V 55' '7 " ' 'ff' '. 1 'I if " " HE. Af: .1-9 , ' , ,fi X' . , Q - ' - 1' .4 ,Q ,Eh E53 L.-laqfszf .- ww V , A TVQATY V 1 K . 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THE FIRST I-IALF...Mernbers of the varsity softball team are: back row fl to rj Pam McElwee, Pat Fisher, Nora Titus, Carol Schuck, Nancy Rowe, second row, Chris Lee, Chris Elko, Mary Profet, Kathy Lester and Elise Monroe. I- Q wg. , . gl :?f ' . XF - fa . r. . .E "THE J AVELIN THROWER"...Kathy Lester returns a fly ball with the form of a true Roman. I5-4 THE OTHER HALF...New members of the varsity softball team are: back row Cl to rj Pat Chase, Kathy Barry, Carolyn Chase, Alice Facteau, front row, Rosie Facteau, Elaine Striz- zi, Sue Cousineau. 3, 1965 CHAMPS...Senior team members, Kathy Lester, Chris Elko, and Pat Fisher, display the 1965 trophy which they hope to win again in 1 966. 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V .Y-av STRIKE TWO!!...Pitcher, Angie Profet, takes signals from Pam McE1Wee in an after school practice. 155 Without the generosity and good Wishes of our patrons, there Would be no TROUBADOUR. Each pa- tron, whether his contribution is large or small, is a generous donor. Many of them may never see a copy of the TROUBADOURg many are individuals Whom We may be privileged to meet. All de- serve our patronage. The Staff thanks each individual patron for his interest. He has made the publishing of the '66 TROUBADOUR possible. Through him the hopes and plans of the Staff have materialized. ACCENT ON THE Patron gr,- r ,jv I :AI-A Special Patrons Alhambra Typewriter Shop 39 S. Garfield, Alhambra Gene Parker Allied Upholstery Mfg. Inc. 3000 E. Imperial Hwy., Lynwood American Beauty is the . Name of the Finest Macaroni Arrow Chevrolet "We aim to be the best." Visit us in our new home 1225 S. Soto, Los Angeles The Associated Student Body La Salle High School 3880 E. Sierra Madre Blvd. Pasadena Boulevard TV 8: Radio Service 3 14 S. Rosemead Blvd. Pasadena 792-1 39 1 Services Electronic Equipment We also'Rent Sound Equipment Broadway Florist 2998 Huntington Dr., San Marino 286-1151 799-0255 Brown's Furniture 303 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre Buccola Brothers Crown City Table Company Crown City Chair Company PICTURE OF THE PICTURE,-TAKER . . . School photographer, Mr. Hall, is "caught in the act." 158- Cabot 8a Sons -Funeral Directors 27 Chestnut St., Pasadena Canale Foods Inc. 2627 Durfee Rd., El Monte C. E. C.!T. S. D. Congratulations to The Class of '66 Christy-Shepherd Studio 1 1 56 N. Western Ave., Hollywood R. V. Dorweiler Chevrolet Leasing available on all makes and models 3436 N. Tyler Ave. El Monte 443-6971 El Rancho Markets Arcadia- Pasadena South Pasadena J. A. Freeman :Sa Co. 35 S. Los Robles Pasadena 795-5 1 23 Herff-J ones Co. 1401-1429 N. Capitol Ave. Indianapolis, Indiana Eddie Hopper Chevrolet 9 acres of sales and service Chevrolet, the number one car Eddie Hopper, the number one dealer 1 05 1 1 Garden Grove, Garden Grove 534-2700 Sincere Congratulations to the Senior Class from the Juniors Mrs. Edith Keese Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lester Salve Amici! Lisette Sierra Madre Little J oe's Italian Restaurant 900 N. Broadway, L.A. 12 Closed Sunday 629-2355 McGoldrick Construction Co. General Building Contracts 359 S. Rosemead, Pasadena 449-5103 681-0052 N ally's Uniforms 1 2 3 9 S. Glendale Ave., Glendale J. Nuccio Nuccio's Nurseries ' "Growers of rare Camelias and Azaleasn 3555 Chaney Trail, Altadena N.Y.C. Insurance Agency William K. Callagy 32 1 W. Huntington Dr. Monrovia 3593293 Compliments of Papac Construction Pasadena Cabinet Co. Antique Restoration - Refinishing 793-6509 Michael Soho Philippe "the originall' Home of the French dipped sandwich 1001 N. Alamede St., L.A. 12 Com liments of Frank Pocino and Sons P Italian Style Sausage Products Los Angeles, California Good luck to the Student Body Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Pulone Best wishes to Alverno, Its faculty and students From the John Rasic Family Mr. and Mrs. Phil Regan Reid Valve Co. Inc. 133 E. Maple Ave., Monrovia Nicholas J. Roman C.L.U. Insurance: Personal - Business - E 4401 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles 937-3790 Royce Photo Supply PAKO Automatic Processing Equipment for the Graphic Art 1 300 Flower St., Glendale San Marino Hardware 2 1 34 Huntington Dr., San Marino Dr. and Mrs. Roy Shoaf Compliments of Suburban Gas Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of "66 Vic and Jerry Torres El Poche Cafe, San Gabriel state Patrons of Distinction The Assumption of the B.V.M. Church Pasadena Father Timothy J. Crean, Pastor Congratulations to the Graduates of 1 966 Church of the Holy Angels Arcadia Rt. Rev. Gerald M. O'Keefe, J .C.D Q, 1 i KH' Q, 1 '55,eQa., ' 1, fl A .... , , ..,-W . .... . . ' , 1- nr, I I ,131 . , 'AT' li NEW FACULTY MEMBER . . . Mrs. Kenneth Herndon officially replaces Miss Marchand as Sophomore Biology teacher. Immaculate Conception Church I Monrovia I Msgr, Maurice P. Dee Congratulations from Archbishop Cantwell Council No. 3075 Knights of Columbus, Arcadia Knights of Columbus Sierra Madre Council No. 5 1 37 Meetings 2nd Sz 4th Mondays St. Rita's Hall Passionist Fathers Mater Dolorosa Monastery and Retreat House Sierra Madre Compliments of the Church of St. Phillip, Pasadena Msgr. William North, Pastor 159, Passionist Fathers St. Paul of the Cross Monastery Detroit, Michigan Very Rev. Joel Gromowski, CP Sacred Heart Parish Altadena Msgr. Timothy O'Keefe, Pastor Compliments of St. Anne's Guild Annunciation Church and School Arcadia Saints Felicitas and Perpetua San Marino Msgr. W. Fox, Pastor St. Francis Hospital of Lynwood 3630 Imperial Hwy., Lynwood Compliments of St. Lukels Temple City Father John J. Birch, Pastor Compliments of St. Rita's Sierra Madre Rev. Thomas O'Mally Santa Teresita Hospital 1 2 1 0 Royal Oaks Dr., Duarte Personal Patrons Congratulations to the Class of '66 Midi and Alex Acebo "Think of m.e and I will think of thee." CSt. Catherine of Siena? Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barry Sherman E. Beahm Miss Shirley M. Beahm Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bell Congratulations to the Class of '66 Dr. Harry Bleeker Dr. and Mrs. George Boone Mr. and Mrs. Donley L. Brady Compliments of the Class of '68 Compliments of Laura and Russ Buccola Mr. and Mrs. Loris Buccola Best Wishes Richard S. Carlson Vice President, U.S. National Bank 160 "AT LAST!". . . Senior admires photos of her class mates: Cecelia Martinez, Jeanette Hurst and Linda Leroy. Best Wishes to the Class of '66 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Castelon Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Clarke Congratulations TROUBADOUR Staff From the Class of 1966 Congratulations Class of '66 Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. James E. Corrigan Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Corrigan Mr. and Mrs. Sam Corsetti Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crawford Best Wishes from The Angelo J. Cubba Family Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cummins Congratulations 1 966 TROUBADOUR Staff Mr. and Mrs. S. Luke Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dalton Wishing you a successful year Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Davies Mr. and Mrs. Norman DeCoff Deedee and Alice of "Peptone" in the Sierra Madre News Congratulate the TROUBA DOUR Staff. Congratulations and Best Wishes Mr. and Mrs. Anthony De Pasco Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Dougherty Mrs. Agnes A. Draska Mr. and Mrs. W. Gerald Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. J. William Emerick Mr. and Mrs. Jackson O. Etter Mr. and Mrs. John V. Franklin Best wishes from George R. Frempter Compliments of a Friend Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Galbraith Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Gauthier 4.95 E. Alemeda St., Altadena Mr. and Mrs. H. Greene Compliments of Mrs. Helen Hauser Mr. and Mrs. John J. Holstein Congratulations and Best of Luck To the Seniors Sophomore Homeroom 1 1 5 Congratulations to the Class of '66 Sophomore Homeroom 1 1 9 Congratulations Class of ,66 From Homeroom 1 2 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hutchins Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hutchins Jr. Kathleen Hutchins Mrs. Alice Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Kanter Congratulations to the Seniors Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. Kaye Mr. A. E. Killian Mr. and Mrs. Robert Konoske Congratulations and Best Wishes Mrs. Anna Langvis Congratulations and Best Wishes Helen V. Larson Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Leary Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Liberto and Mrs. Paul Lima and Mrs. Richard F. Lynch . and Mrs. H. J. Margraf and Mrs. Charles A. Marshall and Mrs. Neil Meliste and Mrs. Harry Meskell Best wishes Mr. and Mrs. Minkler Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Noonan Congratulations to the Class of '66 From the Oldenburg Family Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Ozaroski Mrs. and Mrs. V. E. Parker Best wishes and congratulations To the Class of '66 Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William Peckham and Mis. Wm. A. Pierce and Mrs. H. R. Psomas and Mrs. T. P. Regas and Mrs. K. Rook ' and Mrs. E. L. Scheuerman FROM THE CLASS OF '66 . . . Seniors, Cl to rj Cathy McBride, Kathy Ward, and Mary Steward admire their Senior gift to the school. Dr. and Mrs. George Shima The Frank Smith Family Mr. and Mrs. Earl P. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. John T. Softcheck 6045 S. Talman Chicago, Illinois Dr. John F. Stewart D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Wall Congratulations to the Class of '66 From the Walsh Family Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Westfall Best Wishes Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Whitmore Mr. and Mrs. Herb Williams Mrs. Margaret Wilson Mr. and Mrs. John Winkler 8695 Pear Orchard Ln., Pasadena Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Winslow Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wurst Best Wishes to Alverno Heights Mrs. Maria Zanotti Mr. and Mrs. John C. Zola 10" X- 1' ---..1,.-l- "MAY I HELP YOU?" . . . Bookstore workers Q1 to rj Barbara Radwan, Pam Rourke, Carol Winkler, and Pat Thomas, serve their customers. 162 Business Patrons A Alpha Beta Market 1 50 E. Live Oak, Arcadia Altadena Books 8z Stationery 409 E. Woodbury Rd. 1 Altadena '798-'7 1 98 Andre-Norman Custom Hairstylists 3645 E. Foothill Blvd., Pasadena 355-'7147 355-7148 Foothill-Rosernead Shopping Center Arcadia Construction 85 Remodeling Co. 2 12 E. Duarte Rd. 446- 1 352 Arcadia Floor Covering 1202 S. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia Arcadia Music Mart 21 E. Huntington, Arcadia 446-3 1 1 1 Open Evenings Arcadia Plumbing Co. 1 '70 W. Live Oak Arcadia 446-7588 Congratulations to the Alverno TROUBA DOUR from the Arcadia Tribune Arnold's 297 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre 355-3365 Arnold's Jewelry Store 345 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena '795-8647 681-8051 B Best Wishes Balian Ice Cream Co., Inc. Los Angeles 26 1-6 1 1 1 Ba1lard's Meats 1320 S. Baldwin Ave. West Arcadia 446-42 1 1 Barron's EmporiumlDrugstore 1 27 1 S. Baldwin Ave. West Arcadia V. A. Barry Co. Importers of Ritter Brau The world famous German Beer W. T. Beckwith, Realtor 1 O7 W. Huntington Dr., Arcadia Berry 85 Grassmuek The Cocoon "Everything Musical" Junior 85 Junior Petite Dresses 927 E. Colorado St., Pasadena Arcade Ln. . 696 E. Colorado Pasadena 681-1394 May God Bless You All Bill 8a Lee's Mobil Coris.Construction Inc. 679 W. Duarte Rd., Arcadia Commercial 85 Residential Specialist 301 E. Pomona Blvd. The Bottle Shop Monterey Park 722-2 1 50 58 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. 356-1262 Bruce Crary Lincoln Mercury Brown Sa Avila- Architects 222 W. Las Tunas Dr. San Gabriel 286-2 1 2 1 Bruno's Men's Shop Exclusive Custom Tailors Curtis Studios 3629 E. Foothill Blvd., 2468 Huntington Dr. Pasadena 792-0916 San Marino 287-6154 "Customers Recommend" Edmond G. Bruchet o Painting' 81: Decorating' - Quality work - l ' Reasonable Prices - Free estimates '7 93 - 1 443 Bill Burch Oldsmobile ' 1 147 W. Main St. Alhambra 289-389 1 C California Prescription Pharmacy 1' f Prescriptions - Drugs - Cosmetics 792-3 1 5 6 Carol's Dress Shop 2285 N. Lake Ave. Altadena 68 1 -5364 Carousel Toy and Patio 1726 E. Colorado Blvd. SOPHS WITH SPIRIT Off. . . . . Cl t JAI O - Pasadena' '793-1 14 1 ski, Pam Anicich, and Carlgfriiangwfzskffedisgracgf awards earned by Sophomores in the candy drive. John T. Cassazza Licensed Painting Contractor 3 5 5 -9 2 5 2 CHEV TOWN Put your car in qualified careg For the best in service Sz products. CZYZ Shell - 9 1 65 Santa Anita Hi Performance Specialist 1 800 E. Colorado Pasadena 449-45 1 8 D Dairyland Farms For the best in hairstyling' try 4035 LWB Oak, AI'C3di-3 Christwood Coiffures 26 N. First Ave., Arcadia Daley's 320 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Gordon G. Clark 355-901 5 Next to the Highlander Equitable Life Insurance Society 572 E. Greene St., Pasadena Dalo's Liquor Store 796-6161 681-6743 6267 Rosemead Blvd., Temple City Frank D. Clay :Sn Son Inc. Debco Trophies 2605 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena 66 N. Lotus Ave. Pasadena 793-6960 Clemente Jean Coiffures West Arcadia C1 block so. of I-Iuntingtonj Delimeat, Delicatessen 35 Restaurant "Continental Elegance" Award Winning 1 770 E, Colorado Hair fashions Pasadena 796-4373 163 DeMarzo Flowers 8a Gifts 2822 N. Broadway, Los Angeles 222-7136 287-8971 Deodar Service . 2057 N. Los Robles Pasadena 797-632 1 De Orio's Italian Deli 8a Food to Go Hot Grinders, Lasagna, Spaghetti, Pizza 101 1 S. Baldwin Ave. Arcadia 446-3292 Dino's Italian Inn 2055 E. Colorado 449-8 1 57 Home of the popular Minestrone Soup Paul V. Doleshal, Realtor Residential-Income-Commercial 44 E. Foothill Blvd. 446-4415 Tommy Thompson's Dow Pharmacy Corner Huntington Dr. 8z San Gabriel 2 87-6 1 5 6 "Happiness Is A Drean Hornet G. A. Drean 85 Associates Multiple Listings Realtor '795-8687 Duarte Cleaners 8a Laundry 1 627 E. Huntington Dr. Amos L. DuBois DuBois Funeral Home, San Gabriel 287-6123 283-1423 F F 8a M Food Mart San Marino Compliments of Falcon Const. Corp. Stanley Yelich - Mattew Pando Compliments of Farmer John Meats: Ham, Bacon, Sausage Federicds Bakery Serving you at two locations: 922 S. Baldwin 949 Duarte Rd. W. Arcadia Monrovia 446-2511 447-9471 David R. Fenwick Customer Relations Arrow Chevrolet, Los Angeles Fisher's Flying A Service Free Pick-Up 85 Delivery Clyde W. Fisher, Prop. Flickis Deli-Liquor 9026 E. Huntington Dr. Free Delivery 286-1 1 '73 164 Compliments from everyone at Foothill Market Friedel's One Hour Cleaners '7258 N. Rosemead Blvd Corner Huntington Dr., San Gabriel Fritz's Pet Shop Poodle Coiffures 1029 Baldwin Ave. Arcadia 445-2990 Tropical fish, Puppies, Birds Garland's Better Fabrics 5-'7 Kersting Court Sierra Madre 355-0736 General Camera Repair 1820 E. Colorado Blvd. Pasadena 449-4533 681-2891 Gerry's House of Charm 2996 E. Huntington Dr., San Marino Fashions With a Flair 286-2670 Compliments of Grandview Sanitarium Griffin Lumber Corp Griffin 8a Sons General Contractors 38 E. Montecito Ave. Sierra Madre TN Q iw sf -gi it ii? 4 qw nw SENIOR DEBUTANTES . . . Cl to ry Karen Secchi Annette Quenell Pat Schoeffel Karrie Yurich and Gloria Moreno at Las Damas Ball 9 9 3 7 I r':, .. . 'Y ' w " , 'Q' '7 "x fi -.fr .72 P1 .,,." . 1 . f Q. ,J 'JJ Lf, gl y- gfgxv' ,V :Y qv V ,--, 1 ' .'r,' -- ' fx "1 f' .V". 5 " l'7.-f"5".1 wi , . ' ii. ' 1 .V 2 Awe, ' ' 1- ' f Q iii' ., 1.252253 -4351: ,gg 2 iff. ? 1- , 5 is .11 -air' A+- I - V. t .afft..VV V ' I 11 .':. -V ph- . -: . ,L - -Z . ' TM- It ' L if I " ' 'Zif ' .firifp - 1 :serif V 'FSQ' ' - V . 1- . Sm '5 1 fi I -V 'v'34i,1eV -az. r ,'.I ... . , '-:fm - ' :P i.','12" V 5741 Y. V' . ' ' ".' ,war 'TV 'V -' . Q ,tiff A I-H., -1 V - -a ,, L . .-r7i'f'771' . I . V Ei ' " - . 1- . , .. - y ' 'I-2 ' - I - t, . 4. I A,-Axfy? V . .'M,Ti f 'Y "l3"g ' ' f uk- if xl'-' - V 1 ' .V Vtljjfi I 'H ' y r gi W., . V 1 ' E - I . 3 - ' 251 , , , Compliments of Gullet 8a Harris Feminine Fashions One Kersting, Sierra Madre 35 5- 1 O 1 '7 H Hall's Richfield Service 50 S. Baldwin, Sierra Madre 355-999 1 Hinslwuufs West Arcadia 85 Whittier Quad Hines Grocery Company 780 E. Colorado Blvd. Congratulations, May your future work Pasadena 796-9241 bring you satisfaction 85 a feeling of achieve- ment. Carl Hansen Ford 1 20 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre I-Iappy's Liquor Store 1 2 W. Sierra Madre 355-9444 Monrovia - 6 1 7 S. Myrtle 358-3209 Free Delivery Compliments of Harmon Salon Harold's Shoe Store 927 N. Michillinda, Pasadena 355-3477 Highland Pool Service - 798-4806 wr HH , 6.-si' ffifvfii'-it-af 'iv-rf "5i?"1-:fif-'i5?T3'W'l 'Qff - .- if 'il 1' 7 We 'A gl fm .f5.g.,.L:'1i-it " r --I ' X1 M4 n j' a. ' ' ' J i' - ' 'j 1.2 T'-f5Q'f-'VW A' - ir' 1 ' , . ' '- .:l.., 1.-,. f-' -, . 1 ' " Q Y lg, ' E 'L .1 ,,., ,, I. A L .1i'.'-,vggggkf 1 :Alf gf, wel '.,i.1 5- 1 - . 5 . V fl, -, ""-gm T m ,. ty 1 1. Q tl. Q -1? 'Li-F . i" , if'-4.1.-'. ' i ,.. za. ',:::: 3 Holland's Awnings and Shade Co. 131 W. Las Tunas Dr. San Gabriel 284-2074 Byron C. Hopper, Jeweler 90 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Huntington Hardware Co. 2970 Huntington Blvd. Wally Smith 287-92 1 2 I Ireland Automobiles 1 908 E. Colorado Pasadena 449-5533 J , J erry's T-V Shanty 65 1-D W. Duarte Rd. Arcadia 446-8377 Compliments of J im's Radio and T-V 95 18 E. Las Tunas, Temple City Joseph Scissor Styling Give Hair Care Lectures Hair 85 Wig Designer 12 W. Duarte Rd., Arcadia 447-1526 J. S. Jewelers 441!2 E. Huntington Dr., Arcadia, 44 7-3267 Engraving, Watch Repairing, Diamonds K Kathi's Fashions Jrs. 5-15 Misses 6-16 Elmarie Biava 40 E. Live Oak Arcadia 446-5703 KMAX fm 107.1 mc Mary Ellen 81: Max Isoard For a beautiful new Chevy See Bob Von Kuznick Arrow Chevrolet L La Beautique 350 W. Huntington 359-9024 LAWS AND LIBERTY . . .Cl to rj Mrs. Hacker, Miss Anderson, and Mrs. Curtis discuss preparations for the Lion's Club Speech Contest. Lake Prescription Pharmacy Free Delivery 797-5334 1 333 N. Lake, Pasadena Harry A. Lange 8z Associates "A complete insurance service" Real Estate 81 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. 355-7196 Larson's Shoes Home of Quality Footwear for the famil 13 1 1 N. Lake Ave. Pasadena C5 doors So. of Wash. Sty Le Car Wash 4 1 23 W. Washington Blvd. Don Walsh Le Mone Ballet Center Classic Ballet-Character-Modern 25 S. Sierra Madre Blvd. Pasadena 792-0873 Lensing Prescription Pharmacy Across from St. Luke Hospital 798-6789 'Free Delivery Roland J. L'I-Ieureux Designer-Builder Homes of Quality 446-8 1 1 3 Best Wishes to the Class of ,66 Limarie Apartments 355-9253 9,6 N. Lima, Sierra Madre Marie 8a Nichlos Kirinch Lockman 8a Saguchi, Civil Engineers 301 E. Pomona Blvd. Monterey Park, 724-0250 Lubbock 86 Son 798-0557 Complete Automotive Service Cadillac 8a Automatic Transmission 686 N. Lake Ave., Pasadena 166 TY M Mahaffey's Custom Furniture Decorating-Upholstering-Draperies 286- 1 702 Marberry Shop , Foothill-Rosemead Shopping Center Arcadia-Pasadena El Rancho Shopping Center Marlinda Convalescent Hospital 2637 E. Washington Blvd., Pasadena Across from St. Luke Mat's Pharmacy 23 1 1 Lincoln Ave., Altadena Maybelle Beauty Shoppe 2253 North Lake Ave. Altadena 797-2501 Mayflower Beverage Shop Lous 8a Marie Venegoni 1 08 Wyland Way - Monrovia Compliments of James McCord J ostens, Inc., Santa Barbara McGuire's Liquor Store 2548 E. Colorado St. Pasadena 449-9588 Owners: Cecelia 85 Henry McGuire Mike's Bikes Sales-Service-Repairs Complete Parts -Accessories Authorized Schwinn Dealer Miller's Liquor Store 2425 Lincoln Ave. Altadena MR. ALBERT "fashions for her" 1 3 1 1 S. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia 455-0250 10 10 Huntington Dr., San Marino 283-2890 Hairstyles by MR. NORMAN 1 60 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. 355-9294 Monrovia Travel Service Monrovia 359-833 1 Mountain View Dairy 447-2292 Drive over 8a Drive out 5 All Dairy Products 1 4 1 8 Jeffries Ave. Monrovia Compliments of: Mary Muck Associate Herbert Hawkins Real Estate 358-1821 358-0634 ,--...,, N Nash's Shoe Department Pasadena :Sz West Arcadia Nina Neale Neale Agency Insurance 20 Baldwin Ave., Sierra Madre Neptune Seafood Company Fresh Fish 85 Seafood Specialties Foothill-Rosemead Farmers Market Center, Pasadena Pasadena 355-1503 793-4921 Newham's Paint for Hardware, Gifts 9 1 7 W. Duarte Rd., Monrovia Pantry Shopping Center Nova Dry Cleaners 1439 Baldwin Ave., W. Arcadia 447-5 143 1 Day Service Drapes - Dry Cleaning P Pantorium Cleaners 8a Laundry 330 W. Sierra Madre Sierra Madre 355-6474 Personalized Service Parker Management Service 1 108 S. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia John W. Parker, Managing Partner Pasadena Book Co. 1543 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena School Supplies - Study Aids P.C.C. Textbooks New 8a Used Pedrds Place -Mexican Food To Go Serving San Gabriel Valley for 15 Yrs. 533 S. Del Mar Ave. San Gabriel 282-4247 The Penthouse 44 E. Foothill Blvd. Arcadia 446-4564 Frank Perini Hair Fashion 44 7-9 1 89 Denis F. Perry, General Contractor Custom Homes - Remodeling 335-4354 Perry's Stationery Sz Gift Shop 56 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre 355-3385 Pet 85 Jungle Shop 124 Las Tunas, Arcadia Pet Supplies 8a Grooming Congratulations to the Class of '66 From the Pfaff Sewing Machines Distributed by the A. C. Weber Co. Pierce Brothers San Gabriel Mortuary 1 1 36 E. Las Tunas, San Gabriel 287-0595 283-1788 Rudy Simoni, Manager Joan J. Piering Flamingo Properties 1 1 W, Huntington Dr., Arcadia Plastics 8a Chemicals Western 440 Seaton St., Los Angeles 626-4568 "Ask Trudie" The Plaza Shop 39 Montecito Ave., Sierra Madre Eleanor Powell, Real Estate Specializing in Fine Homes 355-3778 355-0934 R "Miken Rafter Insurance Agency Bus. 681-5635 Res. 330-6580 PO Box 3445, City of Industry Ralph's Shoe Store Shoes for the Family Sierra Madre I 355-0479 ROYALTY . . .Cl to rj Senior, Nancy Zak, represented Alverno at the St. Francis Homecoming. Gloria Jean from Altadena and Donna Edwards from Sierra Mrs. F. Kennedy, Groomer 4477-05 79 Madre, both Seniors, were Rose Parade Princesses Raymond Furniture Sales 75 N. Raymond, Pasadena 795-6043 681-5865 Quality Furniture at Discount Price Ray's Liquor Store 358-9753 Imported Sz Domestic Wines 84: Liquors 946 W. Foothill Blvd., Monrovia , Reel Flowers 5801 Temple City Blvd., Temple City 286-1031 283-1500 Richard's Church Goods 32 S. Euclid Ave., Pasadena Robustelli Motors Fine Used Cars 1 0 1 W. Huntington Dr. Monrovia 357-3216 Roess Market Sierra Madre Rick Roequer Carefully Selected Used Cars 1 650 E. Colorado Pasadena 796-8800 Ronnie's Automotive Service 201 2 N. Lake Ave. Altadena 79 1 - 1 25 1 S Sam Way Kitchen- Chinese Food To Go 7248 N. Rosemead San Gabriel 286-O41 1 San Marino Printers Small Jobs - Our Specialty 2525 Huntington Dr. San Marino 796-9464 FUTURE NURSES . . . Volunteers to the various community hospitals are fl to rj Erin Hughes, Barb Coleman, Gloria J ean, Joan Feeney and Jean Moser. 168 XX'-n "DOESN'T EVERY DOG HAVE A SWEATER?" . . . Miss Dowdy shows off Nicki's new attire. Santa Anita Camera Shop In El Rancho Shopping Center 1 1 1 9 W. Huntington Dr. Arcadia 447-1854 Santa Anita Liquors 809 W. Huntington Dr. Arcadia 446-5002 Discover Serendipity! Discover Inspiration!! Sere ndipity - A Very Special Store For Juniors 8a Women 1857 N. Allen, Altadena Tennis Instructions :Sz Supplies Lin Shampine 282-3387 Sierra Madre Hardware 8z: Gift Company 25 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Complete Line of Hardware 8: Gifts We Gift Wrap 356- 142 1 Sierra Madre Plumbing Co. 1 5 Kersting Ct. Sierra Madre 355-7272 A. Victor Sinclair, Branch Manager Rathbone, King 85 Seeley 1 509 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles The Singer Co. 1 3 1 1 Baldwin, Arcadia Sewing Machines - Vacuum Cleaners Transistor Radios - Typewriters Portable Stereos 446-0 1 97 Stewar t's Orchids 12 12 E. Las Tunas Dr. San Gabriel 287-00 1 5 Structural Materials Co. 815 Olympic Blvd., Montibello Roofing Materials -Wholesale - All Types Stumble Inn Coffee Shop Malts - Sodas - Hamburgers Brookdale Ice Cream Alex Sutherland General Contractors 739 Oakglade, Monrovia M. de la Torre, Associate Svenfs Danish Bakery Danish Pastries, Wedding Cakes Orders for All Occasions 1 8 1 0 Colorado Blvd. 795-4484 T CJoeJ The Tailor, J. A. Majofsky Custom Tailoring - Alterations 28 N. First Ave., Arcadia 447-2063 446-9964 Tatums Home Garden Supply 1878 E. Washington St. Pasadena 797-81 1 1 Donald I-I. Termath, Public Accountant 460 Fairview Ave. Sierra Madre 355-0672 For the Best Hamburgers in the World Try Terry's in Whittier They Melt in Your Mouth Token Permit Service State, County, City Trans. Permits Pick-up 85 Delivery Service P.O. Box 847, Pasadena 626-4933 681-2102 Tropical Florist 241 1 E. Washington Pasadena 794-7125 Tumbleweed Sportswear 569 S. Lake, Pasadena U Universal Savings 8z Loan Assoc. 8855 E. Valley Blvd., Rcsemead V Valley Insurance Service Insures All- Even Teenage Drivers 444-O38 1 Variety Fruit Co. 1012 San Julian St., Los Angeles Vern's Hair Designs 1 1 1 Highland Oaks Dr., Arcadia THRIFTY VOLUNTEERS . . . Members of the Alverno Guild are Cl to rj Gerrie Montooth, Penny Freeman, Chris Orr, chairman and Lilian Brown, Victory Escrow Company San Gabriel Bill Sz Marie Horton W Wally's Pharmacy 2054 Los Robles Ave. Pasadena 798-1 1 28 Whitford's Florist Inc. 343 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena Wiley's Hastings Liquor 3657 E. Foothill Blvd. Free Delivery 355-8266 William Sz Son - Since 1 93 1 "High Only in Quality" Fresh Fruit 9 1 3 S. Rosemead Blvd. Wistaria Bake Shop The Finest in Bakery Goods 4 E. Sierra Madre Blvd. Sierra Madre 355-3332 Woodbury Beauty Salon 460 E. Woodbury Rd., Pasadena Anthony Vecchio Woody 85 Eddy's Huntington Dr. 85 San Gabriel Pasadena Z Zo-Lynn Beauty Salon 65 1 W. Duarte Rd. West Arcadia 446-0 1 O 1 169 A ....2'7 Adams, Mrs. Vernis .... Aguilar, Jackie ..... ...... 8 3 Aguilar, Theresa . . Albade, Mr. John . . . ...5'7,135 ......53 Albade, Kris ..... . . . 95,149 Alberts, Kathy . . . .. . 83,123 Allen, Mary ...... .. . 26,107 Anderson, Sandra . Anderson, Miss Mary Lou ..... 1 2, 140,166 Anderson, Merri ,.... .,..... 8 .3 Index Burke, Pat .... ..., 8 3 Burns, Ellen . . . .... . . 83 Burton, Joan . .. . . . 49,107 Byrne, Beth ...... . . . 40,107 C Cahill, Georgette .... . . . 83,123 Cain, Nancy ........ ..... 4 7,59 Damore, Linda . . . Davidson, Judy . . . ..,.48,109 Daniels, Debbie .... .84,8'7,145,148 Andre, Father, CP ............ 41 Anicioh, Pam . . . 94,95,135,163 Anthony, Trina ......, 107,109 Callaghan, Sheila ..... 26,813,138 Callagy, Cecilia ....,. 83,89,138 Candage, Terri ....... 22,48,107 Davis, Laurie .... . . . 95,102,135 Deibert, Donna .... ...... 9 5,1 2 7 De la Flor, Becky .... ...... 9 5 De Lorimier, Marie .... ....... 9 5 DeMarzo, Rosanne ........ 48,109 Dennis, Denise . . 96,102,126,133, 135 DePasc0, Cathy .... ..., 8 4,153 Devereux, Deidre .... . . . 109,140 Dickey, Tere ....... .... 4 8,109 DiNot0, Linda .... ...... 1 O9 Doody, Mary ...... . . . 109,117 Dorazio, Barbara ...... ..... 3 2 Barry, Barbara . . . Archer, Beverly . . . 45,56,57,63, 122,128,131,145,14'7 Aschenbrener, Mr. A. J ......... 53 Aschenbrener, Nancy . . 57,124, 135440452453 Auriemrno, Patricia .....,..... 107 Avila, Frances ........ B ...107 Barnes, Janet ....,... . . . 44,57 Barnett, Anne ....... ......46,5'7 Barnett, Mrs. Lorraine ......... 1 3 ... 107,109 Caprari, Maria , ............ 23,1 08 Carberry, Miss Patricia ........ 32 Barry, Kathy ...... 41,58,145,154 Bartolrne, Donna ....,. 107,1 12 Bauchmen, Vicki ....... 107,122 Beanes, Denise ..... 95,126,133 Bearce, Pat. . . 36,58,120,121,153 Beardshear, Donna . . . 26,45,58, 122,123,13'7,14O Carlson, Mrs. Virginia ...... 13,39 Carroll, Christine ..... 83,123,131 Cavanagh, Laurel ..,......,.. 108 Cervenka, Jamie ...... 48,108,109 Cervenka, Jan ........ 29,95,126 Chaffee, Dr. Everett ......... 136 Chapralis, Miss Edith .......... 39 Chase, Carolyn. . 95,126,144,146, 147, 1 54 Chase, Pat . . 2'7,44,45,6O,62,122, 129,131,136,14O,14'7,154,1'74 Chemlir, Karen .............., 1 08 Cirrito, Theresa ....... 48,1 08,1 1 1 Clark, Pat ....... 6O,74,129,131 Clarke, Kathy .................. 84 Dorazio, Gloria . . . ............109 Dowdy, Miss Michele . . . 14,144, 168 Dowell, Cheri ....... . 60,75, 1 48 Drabinski, Eileen . . Draska, Shirley . . . Drean, Judy ..... ......109,111 . . . 45,965,127 .......109,11'7 Driscoll, Laura . . . 30,84,141,153 Dubois, Linda ..., Duerst, Marcie . . , Duff, Joan ....... Dunavan, Claire . . Dunavan, Colleen . . Dutton, Mrs ...... ..,.....,11O ...96,104,14'7 ....96,12'7 . .... 96,127 . . 27 E Clementi, Darlene . . . . . . 148,108 Cocores, Carolyn .....,........ 84 Cole, Christina .....,....,..... 1 08 Coleman, Barbara . . 6O,69,'74,153, Easley, Estelle . . . Eberlen, Anita .... Eckhart, Beth . . . Edwards, Donna . ......48,11O . . . . 84,124,135 . 43,61,v4,144, Brick, Maureen ....,....... 59,69 Beardshear, Judy , . . 95,126,133 Behr, Linda ............... 46,58 Bell, Janice .............. 58,135 Bennett, Mary . . 83,123,130,153 Binder, Kathy ............. 58,75 Birney, Marilyn ,... . . . 83,89 Bixenrnan, Jeri . . . .......33 Blake, Debbie ..... ....... 9 5,10 1 Bland, Mary Jo ....... 95,126,133 Boardman, Janice ............. 83 Boethling, Karen .... . . . 41,59 Bomberg, Anne . . . . . .83 Bortugno, Nancy. . . . . . 107 Bouquet, Cecile . . . . . 1 . . 83 Bouquet, Linda. . . . . . 46,59 Braun, Lorraine .... . , . 107 Breed, Patricia .... . . . 107 Bricker, Nanette ............ 49,95 Brown, Lilian . .45,83,87,123,128, Bruchet, Linda. . . Bryant, Joanne . . . 137,138,169 ,......1O'7,121 .......1O'7 Bryner, Mary Ann .... .... 4 8,107 Buccola, Sandy ..... . . . . 107,109 Buccola, Sharon ...,. , .... . 59,74 Bullard, Mary . . . . . . 95,102,147 Burke, Barbara. . . ,..... . 59,68 Burke, Bonnie ..., . . .47,59 Burke, Cheryl .... ..... 8 3 Burke, Elizabeth .... . . . 107 170 168 Coleman, Sandra .... .... 1 08 Collins, Barbara. . . . . . . 84 Collins, Kathy ...... ...,. 1 08 Coinerford, Nancy .... .... 8 4,85 Cone, Susan ,........ .... 1 08 Connelly, Sharon . . . .... 36,60 Connelly, Susan . , . . . . . 108 Coombes, Pat .... .... 9 5 Cooper, Kristin .... ..., 9 5 Corsetti, Donna ..... .... 3 3 Coughlan, Marilyn ........... 95 Cousineau, Sue . . 41,49,60,144, 14'7,150,151,154 Crawford, Anne , . 84,123,129,133, 146,14'7,151,16'7 Edwards, Janet ....... 25,-48,1 1O Eisenhart, Melinda ...... 1 10,1 12 Eley, Mary ........ 26,27,61,125 Elfelt, Patti ..........,......... 33 Elko, Chris . . 61,63,129,144,150, 1 5 1 , 1 54, 1 55 Elko, Mr. Edward .......... 53,146 Emrick, Cindy ..... ..,... 1 10 Eshom, Katie .... .... 8 4,89 Esteva, Gabriela . . . . . . , 1 10 F' Facteau, Alice ..,...,...... 84,154 Facteau, Rosie , , 96,127,147,154 Fahey, Peggy .... 29,96,104,135 135139 Crawford, Clare . . 60,68,122,129, 173 Cubba, Sherrie. . . ... 108,121 Curran, Vicki .......... 84,88,135 Currier, Miss Julie . Curtis, Karen . . . . . Curtis, Mr. Luke . . . ...........152 .....31,62,e4 Curtis, Mrs. Patricia .,.. 14,49,166 Curtiss, Martha ............... 108 Cutler, Margaret . . . IJ Dalton, Elaine .... Dalton, Jean . . . .. ,.., 108 . . . 36,841,135 . . . 109,148 Farron, Kathy . . . Faubion, Kathy ..., Feeney, Joan .,... .........,.110 ...,.....11O . . . 61,139,168 Feeney, Mary Ann ......... 23,1 1 0 Felldin, Eveleen . . Felldin, Mrs. Jean Ferguson, Sara .... Ferracone, Terry . Ferrari, Elaine . . . Ferrari, Terry .... Feser, J oan ...... ......48,11O 15,22,52 ...11O,l1'7 ...96,145,14'7 . . . 29,108,110 ..........11O Fisher, Pat . . 56,61,145,146,147 150451454455 ,ea - Fisher, Sheila . . 96,102,126-3,185 Fitzgibbon, Kathy ............. 84 Flanagan, Kathy ..... ....11O Fletcher, Mary Jane ........., 1 10 Foley, Judy ....... Forrest, Wendy .... .......48,11O .....84 Fortis, Mr, Pierre .... ...... 1 39 Franklin, Carolyn ......... 97,14 1 Freeman, Penny . . Frey, Dorothy ...... Ci Gabriel, Wendy .... Gaines, Sue ..... Garrison, Patty .... Geiger, Gloria ..... .. 84,135,169 ........112 .....9'7,1OO ..27,61,153 .......112 ....135 Germain, Marilyn .... .... 1 1 2 Germain, Susan .... ....85,8'7 Giammalva, Tony . . . ..... 48,1 12 Gibson, Kathy .... Giggar, Beth ....... Giovanazzi, Judy . . Glausser, Sally . . . .......32 .....112 ,.H.H.H.112 ....3L85J23 Glausser, Mrs. Wayne .......... 53 Gleason, Ellen ............ 97,1 26 Goetz, Connie ....,.......,. 97,141 Goetz, Sue . . 44,45,64,12O,122,128 Goodey, Mary Beth .,...... 97,1 27 Gormley, Theresa .... 97,127,135 Gressley, Mr. Arthur ......... 1 37 Greening, Meg .... Grimm, Marya ..... H. .... 8589 H.....H.112 Grzegorzewski, Eileen . . . . . . 1 12 H Habell, Diane .................. 85 Hacker, Mrs. Helen Hall, Mr. Ambrose . Harris, Anne ...... Hartfield, Mary . . . .. . 15,126,166 ...........158 . .... 38,97 .. ...112,117 Hartranft, Mrs. C.W ............ 50 I-Iartranft, Debbie . . 5O,85,8'7,123, Haskell, Ruth . . . Healy, Lenore .... Heath, Nancy .... I-Ieino, Marilyn .... Hendrie, Joanne . . 133 . . 85,133,135 ...64,148 .. . . . 97,127 . . 64,69,153 Hernandez, Marcella ...... 9'7,12'7 Herndon, Mrs. Linda. . .16,22,159 Herrera, Arlene . . . . . Herrera, Susan .... .....112,121 ........97,145 Higgins, Eileen . . 64,135,139,141 Higgins, Harriet . . 64,'74,129,131, Higgins, Kathy .... Hillman, Donna . . . 149,153,174 .,....23,f112 ....48,65 Holman, Jody ................. 1 1 2 Holstein, Bettie . . 85,92,123,133 Huber. Debra ...... Huber, Janet . . . Huber, Joanne . .. ....44,65,122, 123,135 Huber, Karen .... ........9'7 Hughes,Erin ......... 65,135,168 Hurst, Jeanette . . . 28,65,12-4,160 Hutchins, Linda ........... 48,1 1 2 Lauder, Mary . . . Law, Diane .... Leary, Kathy . . . ...86 ....113 ,...98 LeBeau, Kathy .............,... 86 Hutchinson, Erma .... .... 3 6,85 Hutchison, Elizabeth ...... 65,139 J Jagielski, Rita ..... ........ 9 7,127 Janssen, Mrs. Aileen ........... 27 ....86,151,154 Lee , Chris ......... Lehan, Dr. Richard ............. 39 Leinhart, Jeanette Lepak, Barbara . . . LeRoy, Linda ..... LeRoy, Mary Ann . LeRoy, Nancy .... Lesko, Mr. Gil .... Jean, Beverly .............. 85,135 Jean, Gloria ..... 65,135,16'7,168 Jeffrey, Susan ..... Jenkins, Peggy .... Johnson, Anne .... Johnson, Mary Ellen . . Johnson, Judy .... Johnson, Zola .... J ordan, Ann ....... Jordan, Mr. Henry . Jordan, Mrs. Henry K Kaleff, Judy ...... . . . 106,113 ......113 ,...113 .......113 ....48,113 97,126,140 ......51,53 ....51 . . . . 98,127 .....98 ., . , 46,67 . . . . 67,160 .... ..86 ...,113 Lester, Kathy . . . 62,6'7,14O,144, 145,146,151,154,155 Lewis, Bernadette ............ 1 1 4 L'I-Ieureux, Dorene ........,... 86 L'I-leureux, Mary ...... 94,98,135 Liberto, Rosie . . 98,105,126,133, , Licher, Coleen .... Lieber, Carol ..... Lombardi, Linda. . . Longo, Michelle .... Longpre, Denise .... Longpre, Karen .... Longpre, Lenore . . . Lumen, Kathy ...... Kaleff, Patty .............,.... 1 1 3 Kanowsky, Carol . . 38,98,105,163 Kanter, Karen ................ 1 13 Karbo, Marian ................. 32 Kaye, Mrs. Irving ........,.... 126 Kaye, Patti Jo . . 26,3O,41,44,45, 48,65,122 Keese, Mrs. Edith ....... 1'7,39,49 Keese, Mary ...,.... 85,86,92,123 Kehrwald, Merribeth ......... 1 1 3 135147 .H.29J14 , .....B6 ......,86 ....98,115 ....86,13O ........33 ......23,98 ..94B8J45 3Q45B8J49 Nancy ................. 98 Lynch, Cammy ...... Lynch, Lynch, Pat ......... Lynch, Peggy . . . M McAdam, Julie . . . McAlpine, Ann . . . McBride, Kathy . Keirns, Nancy ........ .... 1 1 3 Kelley, Diane . . . . ..... 30,66 Kelley, Susan .......... 85,86,135 Kendall, Patty ..... Kennedy, Barbara . Kennedy, Patty .... Kennelly, Aurel . . . Kenney, Nancy .... Kent, Kathy ..... Kerner, Rita ....... King, Mary Ellen . . ..U.H.98J26 ..H.H.85J23 . 38,98,127 .....-49,86 .4O,98,127 . ..... 25,4756 Kirk, Chris . . 42,62,66,12O,121, Kirsch, Betty ...... 133,135 Kitchens, Maureen , . 56,66,133, 144,146,150 Klingerman, Janice . . . Knebel, Madeline . . Knebel, Marion ..,. Kneier, Shannon . . . . Kohl, Mrs. George . . . Kohl, Kathy ...... Kolberg, Shirley . . . Kratzer, Janice . . . L Lacher, Susie . . . Laffin, Mary ..... Larkin, Joanne .... .....48,66 ..... . 29,48,66 ,.H..113 .H.113 .H.H.53 .U.48J13 .......98 .,.11O,113 . . . . 86,138 . . . . 28,67 ., ,.48,113 McCue, Kathy .... .4L67F4J4O H..U..U..114 ..5Q99J26 ...H.38B9 .H.67J61 .H.99J05 McCue, Patty ................. 1 1 4 McElwee, Kathy ..... ......99,126 McElwee, Pam . . 82,86,145,146, 15O,151,154,155 McGold.rick, Margaret ........ 1 14 McKeon, Mary Margaret ...... 99 McLoughlin, Ann ,........... 99 McLoughlin, Marylin . . . 48,114, 116 McManamon, Rita . . . .... . 114 McManus, Veronica McNamara, Janet . . ...H...H.99 ...U.1O6J14 McNamara, Kathy . . . ...... . . 32 McNulty, Lisa .... Madden, Vickie .... Mallock, Charleen . Mamer, Sue .....,.. Mang, Alice ...... Mang, Jane ........ .......114 ....99,101 .. ..... 99 ...99 ...,.87 .......99 Marchetti, Dolores . . . .... 67,146 Marchowsky, Maria . . . . . . 82,87 Martinez, Cecilia. . . Martinez, Patty . . . Matt, Sue ...... Maurin, Sherri . . . Mazzola, Janet .... ....7O,16O .. . . 26,7O,153 ......87,131 . . . . 86,8'7,123 Mej ia, Christina .............. 1 1 4 Melieste, Adrienne . ...87 Mendoza, Eloisa .... .... 1 14 171 Merten, Mary .... Miller, Kristine . . . Miller, Phil ..... Mina, Kathy . . . Monroe, Bette . . . Monroe, Elaine ..... 1.43414 H..H..114 ...smss423 U..H.114 ...U..B7 H.H.1O6J14 Monroe, Elise . . 87,123,144,145, 151154 Montooth, Gerrie . .23,87,123,169 Moore, Mary ................... 99 Morelli,Linda... ........99 Moreno, Gloria. . . . .H.H.7OJ64 Moreno, Valerie .......... 1 14.1 1 6 Morrow, Teresa . , Morton, Sherry .... . 102,127,145 147 . . . . 102,138 Moser, Jean ............ 30,87,168 Mounteer, Patti . . 44,45,7O,74,122, 123,135 Mueller, Chris . . . ...... . . 87 Mulle, Denise ...... ...... 6 8,70 Mulqueen, Mary Jo ...H.102J27 Mulz, Cindy .......... 35,114,121 Paquette, Denise ......... 40,115 Patrick, Father, O.S.F ........ 133 Pavlik, Marcia ........ . . . 90 Peabody, Susan . . . .... . . . 90 Peckham, Kathy. . . .,.... 90,149 Peckham, Tani . . .... 42,'71,74, 140,149,151 Pepe, Rita .................... 90 Peters, Linda . . 45,71,125,136,153 Petersen, Cathy ........ 1 02,1 26 Petersen, Carol .... ........ 3 2 Pevec, Melita ..... ........ 1 O2 Phillips, Jackie ..... 99,1 02,127 Pierce, Pene .... 37,88,91,123 Piering, Pam ...... 44,45,71,122, 1 30,1 35,1 53 Pineda, Cathy ................ 1 15 Plancich, Julie ............... 1 1 5 Plancich, Parme Kay .... 91 ,124, Robles, Audrey ...... 26,103,126 Robustelli, Marlane .......... 103 Roche, Mary ................. 1 1 6 Rodriguez, Mr. Ernest ........ 24 Rogers, Carolyn ......... 1 03,127 Roman, Mary ..,.... 45,103,126 Romo, Elizabeth . . . Ronzoni, Linda . . . Rook, Susan ,... Rothe, Regina .... Rourke, Pam . . . Rowe, Nancy . . . . . . ........116 .....103 ....48,116 .....116 .....91,162 9L120J23, 144451454 Ruggles, Vickie ..,....... 26,91 Rushworth, Linda . . . 73,148,149 Ryan, Kathy ................. 1 1 6 Ryan, Maureen . . , ...92 Mulz, Mary ................ 35,87 Murphy, Marianne ....... 1 14,1 1 6 Murray, Margaret .... .,..... 8 7 Bl Sidenfade, Kathy . . . . Nader, Betty Anne . Nelson, Chris ..... Nelson, Mr. Jon . . . Nichols, Mary . . . Nick, Joan ..... ...H.1O2J47 ......8'7 ...128 ....90 ......32 Nigro, Dolores ........ .... 9 0,92 Noonan, Mary Anne .... ..... 1 14 CJ Oakley, Lucy ................. 1 15 Oathout, Barb .................. 32 O'Boyle, Kathy . . 36,43,63,70,153 Pocino, Francine Pocino, Chris . . . Poore, Cathy . . . Porreca, Marlene Powers, Nancy . . Praisler, Karen . Prieto, Pat ..... Profet, Angie ..,. Pruett, Kathy ..... 129435 .106J15J21 .H..U.3OB1 ...7275449 .. ..f3L88B9 .H...92JO2 3291441423 ...48R2J22 ..9r123446, 151454455 Pruett, Mary Anne ..,... 99,1 03, S Salem, Carole .,.. 45,92,123,137 Sander, Mrs. Evelyn .... 18,39,69 Sanders, Nancy .... . . . 76,132 Sanello, Debbie .... Sardisco, Debbie . . . H..1O3J27 .H.1O3J26 Sasturain, Gloria .,,. ....... 1 1 6 Scheuerman, Janet . ....1o3426 Schoeffel, Pat , ....... . . 76,164 Schuck, Carol ...... 50,91,92,123, 136445451454 Schulz, Donna ,..... 41,76,122, 127135 Pryor, Barbara. . . ...... . 1 15 Pudenz, Sheila ........... 72,74 Pulone, Toni ....... 69,72,132, 133J35J37J53 Q. Quenell, Annette . . . . . . 72,164 Il O'Connor, Kathy .......,. 38, 1 02, 1 27, 1 48 O'Connor, Sue .... . . . 68,7O,122 O'Donnell, Cathy ..... . . . 48,1 15 O'Hara, Nancy ..... .... ..... 1 1 5 O'Laughlin, Margaret ........ 1 02 Oldenburg, Frances ....... 4 1 ,7 1 Olivares, Olivia .............. 1 O2 Orr,Chris ........ 71,122,128,153, Radwan, Barbara . ...... 91,162 Radwan, Sue. '72,122,124,128,1'73 Ramirez, Lee ...... Ray, Sally Anne . . . Ready, Paula .... Reaume, Cheryl . Regan, Bridgid . Regan, Josie ...... ..H..H.H.91 H..72431 ....H.115 ...zaeoei .....5Q73 H..H.26J03 Regas, Mary Lou .... 103,124,1 35 132J33J42J52J53 Schwab, Diane .... 44,45,76,122 Scott, Mrs. Mildred .......... 27 Secchi, Karen ....... 74,76,122, 124435464 Seruto, Barbara .............. 103 Sexton, Rosemary .... . . . 1 16 Sharnpine, Mr. Lin . . . .... . 149 Shea, Pat ......... . . . 92,123 Shoaf, Sally .................. 103 Sidenfaden, Jane .... 101,104,127 Sidenfaden, Mary . . . .U..H.116 ....U46R6 Sinclair, Ann ......,. 68,76,139 Sinclair, Brooke .... .... 1 01,104 Sise, Sandy ....... ..... 6 9,77 Sister Annemarie . , . 11,41,132 Sister Joseph Adele, C.J ....... 75 Sister M. Anthony .... 13,124,138 Sister M. Antonita .........., 22 Sister M. Benigna ............ 27 Regas, Mrs. Thomas ......... 53 Reedy, Meg ............ 100,103 Sister M. Catherine . . . 14,532,128 Sister M. Clarioe, O.P ......... 39 169474 O'Toole, Peggy .... ....... 1 02 Ott, Jerry ....... .... 4 6,71 Ott, Karen ..... ....... 3 3 Otto, Kristine ............ 1 15,1 16 Ozaroski, Alice ...... 99,102,163 Ozaroski, Mr. Thomas ........ 1 3 7 I' Reiher, Kellie . . . 91,133,140,153 Reinholtz, Kathy . . ..........115 Reynolds, Linda ............. 91 Rhatigan, Holly ..... 73,136,153 Riggio, Linda . . . Riley, Linda ...... Riley, Suvan ....,. ...69y3453 H...1OOJO3 ...73J33135 Rimpau, Mrs. Edward ......... 50 Sister Sister Sister Sister M. Francine M. Gregory M. Helen . . M. Jane . . . ......11B9 ....1543435 ....17B5J30 ..1Q3950 Sister M. Joanne ...... 16,5O,141 Sister M. Louis .......... . .... 27 Sister M. Manuela . ...1Z48A9 Sister Margaret Mary, I.H.M .... 75 Paige, Cindy .... .. . 90,153 Palmer, Kathy ............... 90 Parker, Kathy .... ...H.1O2J27 Parsons, Father Neil, C.P .... 12,31 Papac, Andrea ........... . . . 1 15 172 Rimpau, Linda ....... , . . 16,50, 103426435 Rios, Irene ....... ......... 1 1 5 Ripple, Sue ....... .... 9 1,138 Rivera, Adrienne .... . . . 103,127 Sister Marianne ...... 18,52,136 Sister M. Peter . . . ....... . . 39 Sister M. Pius ......... 18,119,123 Sister M. Rachael ............ 27 Sister M. Raymond ..... ..... 2 7 Sister M. Roberta Skvaril, Rita ...... Slavin, Shary . . . Sloss, Ellen . . . Sligh, Lisa. . . . .. ........23 111,116 .. . 92,153 ....4'7,'r'7 Smaldino, Angie . 77,131,14O,153 Smalldon, Jeanne ....... 104,127 Smith, Ann . .... . Smith, Carol . . . . Smith, Francene . Soderberg, Chris . . . .....4s,11e,14s . .......... 92 ....94,104,145 .1o4,12e,14s Soderberg, Patty . 92,13-2,133,144 Soho, Kathy ...... 88,92,123 Squillace, Linda .... ........ 1 O4 Sramek, Carol .... ....... 1 1 6 Stafford, Rita ...... . . . 104,126 Stanovich, Annet . . . 67,74,77 Stanovich, Janet . . . . . 77,153 Steel, Laurie ..... . . . 114,116 Steen, Sue ....... .... 4 7,77 Sterling, Cindy . . . . . 78,148 Stevens, Melinda . . . .... 48,1 1 6 Steward, Mary .......,.. 78,1 6 1 Straathof, Patty ...... 48,1 1 3,1 16 Strizzi, Elaine .... 96,104,127,154 Stroup, Maureen ..... 48,74,78 Stucka, Jeanne ....... 91,92,129, 130,140,141 Stuehrmann, Kathy .... 1 04, 1 26 Sujata, Kathy .......... 104,141 Sullivan, Diane . . ...... .33 Sullivan, Dr. Frank .......... 53 Sullivan, Mary .............., 1 1 6 Sweeney, Eileen ..... 96,104,126 Sweeney, Mrs. Eunice . . . 19,48,52 Sweeney, Mary Jo .... 48,111,116 T Tache, Pat ..... Teeple, Chris . ....... 92,123,153 Termath, Pam ........,...... 1 O4 Terril, Stephanie . 96,104,12'7,135 Thiele, Carol ...... 48,113,116 Thiele, Joan ....... 104,127,135 Thomas, Christine ........... 1 17 Thomas, Monica .... 38,1 05,128 Thomas, Pat .... . - ..... 93,162 Tidwell, Lynn ...... , ...... 1 1 7 Tillman, Mr. Fred .... ....... 2 4 Tinucci, Carol . . . . . . ...105,126 Titus, Mrs. Marcella ...... 19,47 Titus, Nora. ..... 93,123,145,154 Titus, Pat .................... 1 1 7 Tisher, Sandra ......... 1 O 1 , 1 05 Tres, Nancy .................. 1 17 Torres, Carmen . . 96,105,127,147 Torres, Sandy . . . . . . 48,'78,153 Trout, Joyce .... 93,123,13O,153 Turnage, Vanessa ........ 47,78 V Valencia, Mr. Manuel . . , . . . . . 24 Vagnino, Kitty , . ....93 Valensi, Chris ............... 1 1 7 Van Kuran, Kathy .... 9 1,93,123, Van Ness, Patti . . Velling, Lynne . . 129,130,140 '93,123,141,1s3 Velling, Jeanne . .48,109,113,117 Viery, Kathy .... Vracin, Ann .... ...100,105,124, 126,145 ......11'7 W Wall, Maureen ..... 30,40,105,1 26 Walsh, Debby .... ...........11'7 Walsh, Donna .... ..... 7 9,153 Walsh, Dorothy . . . . 98,141,153 Walsh, Mr. Donald ........... 51 Walsh, Mrs. Donald .......,.. 51 Walshe, Mary .......... 1 17,148 Walters, Margaret . . . . . . . . 93 Ward, Kathy ....... . . 79,161 Weinstein, Becky . . . . . . . 32 Weinstein, Debbie ........... 105 Wentz, Jan ....,. 34,111,113,117 Whitaker, Camille ....... 16,79 White, Charlyne . . . . . . . 105 White, Mary T .... ....... 1 05 White, Nancy ................ 33 Winkler, Carol ...... 93,141,162 Winnen, Jill ..... 93,144,146,151 Winnen, Marcia ......... 48,1 1 1 Winslow, Suzy ..... 44,45,'79,122, 123,128,136,1'74 Wishart, Mrs. George ......... 38 Wishart, Marsha .... 105,126,149 Wood, Lissa. .... .28,41,42,'79,12O, 133,136,153 Woodard, Sue .......... 105,127 Woodard, Mrs. Herbert ........ 38 Wright, Barbara ......... 26,1 1 7 Wright, Kathy . . . .... 105,135 Wright, Patty .... ...... 1 05 Y Yelich, Christine .... 48,1 10,1 1 7 Yuhas, Pat ............. 93,135 Yurich, Carrie ..... 50,'79,12O,125, 138,153,164 ,Yurich, Mr. Martin ........... 50 Yurich, Mrs. Martin . . 5O,51,53 Yurich, Sue .... 50,105,125,126 Z Zak, Nancy . . . 43,5O,79,153,167 Zak, Mrs. Richard ............ 27 Zapata, Juanita .... .... 9 3,125 Zetlmaier, Mary . . . 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