Alverno High School - Troubadour Yearbook (Sierra Madre, CA)
- Class of 1981
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FocuITy 84 Academics 'IO8
Orgonizcfrions 84 Sports 426
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498 'I TRCDUBADOUR
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One Singular Sensation
Sensational! 4980-84 was One Singular Sensa-
tion. lt was not the school, but the people in the
school who created such a year.
The relaxed atmosphere at Alverno let each indi-
vidual "do her own thing". Throughout the year,
students could be found wearing Mickey Mouse
glasses, shouting, "Re-elect President Lincolnl"
and coming to school in pajamas.
There was more to Alverno than routine classes. lt
offered much inspiration in masses, counseling,
and the ability to talk to teachers on a one-to-
During the school year, it was clearly evident that
there was a sense of unity among the student-
s.One junior summed it up when she stated that,
"each student held her own individuality, and
also had a feeling of belonging to the student
Cheering! Sharing! MoTivaTion! All were parT of a
diverse sTudenT body expressing feelings and
spiriT. STudenTs were recepTive of ideas and en-
joyed working Togefher To produce projecT as-
semblies such as The poliTical campaign. The new
joinT Alverno-La Salle Halloween parTy wiTh The
chilling haunTed house had a greaT aTTendance.
New classes inspired sTudenTs To explore varied
faceTs of Their sTudies. Cheerleaders made sTu-
denTs very enThusiasTic before and during
games, helping The Teams feel supporTed.
STudenT life, academics and aThleTics were all
parT of a Moving Inspiration ThaT enriched The
sTudenT body. The singular success was The uniTy
of sTudenTs and facuITy in parTicipaTion and orga-
nizaTion of evenTs. Individual TalenTs and unique-
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Kris Vanderhaar, Monica Auzenne, Apple Daza, and Elena
Cazares increase school spiriT during a mini-pep rally. The
cheerleaders won a spirir Trophy aT a summer workshop.
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ln its sense of pride and self-respect, Alverno has
stood united. United as a school, united in the
four classes, and united on a one-to-one level
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with common interests and abilities to unify in
order to share them. From skiing to softball, from
volleyball to journalism, students showed that
their interests lay not only in Alverno as a school,
but as a group of individuals.
The pinnacle of unity probably came from within
each of the four classes. Class chants and cheers
during assemblies were signs of each class' pride
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Alverno during the year, the entire student bad
proved to be One Wlnnlng Combination.
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4 On the school's anniversary, Noreen Sullivan, Monica Ben-
zle. Julie Joyce. and other enthusiastic juniors cheer on the
Q Due to the new schedule, students rarely have
time to sit on the terrace. During break and
lunch students are found relaxing with friends.
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Junior Class pumpkin, a new activity by ASB.
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upon winning the office of secretary for the sen-
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TION STUDENT LIFE NE SINGULAR SENS
lvlosT sTudenTs discovered ThoT mony of Their im-
porTonT leorning experiences Took ploce ouTside
The clossroom. lnvolvemenT in clubs, ploys, oThleT-
ics, communiTy service ond jobs were some of
The numerous oreos in which sTudenTs pdrTicipdT-
ed. ExTro-curriculdr ocTiviTies were chosen eiTher
for fun or fuTure cdreers. Junior Alice lvloorhedd,
hod sTudied bdlleT for mony yeors. Alice com-
menTed, "BolleT wos o coreer I seriously wcinTed,
buT now I reolize ThdT cerToin ospecTs of donce
dren'T for me."
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doTing To finding d job, sTudenTs hod beneficidl i'isl Ag
experiences. Senior Koren Moro reflecTed,
"Through doTing l've been oble To meeT people
wiTh differenT ideos. This hos helped me To grow is elected presi
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Student Life 11
CelebraTing An Anniversary
4980-4984 rang in Alverno High
School's TwenTieTh birThday. Al-
verno opened in 4960 and iTs
firsT graduaTing class of 4964
consisfed of 449 girls. ln 4984,
444 girls graduaTed. There
were many differences be-
Tween Alverno of The 60's and
ThaT of The 80's. According To
a Troubadour sTaff poll, The
mosT confroversial change
seemed To be in uniforms, go-
ing from plaids, To pinsTripes, To
The plain brown polyesTer look.
Ofher changes included The
academic courses, more lay
Teachers, and The campus'
new look. In 4984, The campus
consisfed of brown lockers, re-
painfed classrooms, and refin-
ished Tennis courfs. DespiTe
These many alTeraTions, sTu-
denfs sTill felT a need for
change. Among The many de-
sired modificafions were: more
colorful uniforms, more varieTy
of classes, a varieTy of clubs
Friday, Ocfober 3, 4980, was
seT aside for The celebrafion.
The day consisfed of a mass, a
homeroom organized lunch
exchange, and plays presenf-
ed by The faculTy and each
class. The mass was highlighTed
by candles and balloons. The
balloons which were released
af The end of The mass repre-
senTed various donafions from
The alumnae. AfTer The mass,
The lunches were exchanged.
Following The lunches were The
plays. Prizes were given To
each play: The mosT original
skiT-freshmen, besT perfor-
comical skiT-juniors, besT skiT
overall-seniors, and The worsT
skiT overall wenT To The faculfy.
There were various opinions
given as To wheTher The cele-
braTion was a success. Of
Those polled, 5596 felT Thaf iT
was successful, while 4596 felT
ThaT iT was noT. One of The rea-
sons given by The laTTer per-
cenfage was a poor TurnouT
by The alumnae, probably be-
cause The celebrafion was
held during work hours. TwenTy
years of educafion had gone
by, buf equally imporTanT, so
had TwenTy years of happi-
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12 20th Anniversary
v AIverno's music section, headed by guitarists: Mrs. Mar-
cia Urbina, Ms. Emily John and Mary Lees, perform, "Be
Not Afraid" during the mass. Monica Auzenne, Karla Kurz-
W9lI,Gl'1CJ Kathleen McCloskey are the background vocal-
.Teresa Cintron, Laura Geraci, Cheryl Lindsey, Pam Coleman,
Lourdes Vita and Rosanne Ramos present the Senior Class skit,
The Creation of AIverno".
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Masses Encourage Cooperaiic
ul feel ThaT whaT makes masses . T A T' T ' l
aT Alverno special are The
people." In This school special
Touches like dancing and mu-
sic were noT only common buT
seemed To be a musT. WhaT
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puT on wiTh The cooperaTion of T
sTudenTs and faculTy.
One mass ThaT Took place This
year was held in memory of Sr.
Maggie Jo Hulin O.S.F., The
Sophomore Class moderaTor
for '79-'80. ParTicipaTion of sTu-
denTs, parTicularly The juniors,
wiTh Miss Marian Finn's assis-
Tance, conTribuTed To The
mass' success. ln hopes of
keeping Sr. Maggie's memory
alive, some sTudenTs polled felT
ThaT an opTlonal mass should
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Church says The memorial mass Fr, Zim-
merman had worked wifh Sr. Maggie
on many occasions.
Q Hilda Mena, Mana KasTafados, CaThy MichelTree, Karla Kurzweil and Mary Perry gaTher flowers for The
procession To The sTaTue of ST. Francis. The mass was decoraTed wiTh candles and flowers because They
were a special parT of SisTer Maggie's life.
b Maggie was so special To Them.
4 Fr. John Cremins celebrates the first mass of the school year. This
mass was followed by the opening of The new school chapel.
4 After the memorial mass, The juniors processed to The statue of ST.
Francis, The patron saint of Sr. Maggie, and decorated it with flowers.
STepping 0uT In STyle
From Levis To designers, from
Off-The-Walls To Cherokees and
from preppy To punk, 6496 of The
sTudenTs dressed in These laTesT
up-To-daTe fashions. Fads of '80-
'8'l were presenT all over The
campus, "geTTing wilder and
more colorful" as Michele Krui-
The crazy and flashy colors of
punk appealed To only a small
percenTage of The sTudenT
body. YeT, The logos of designer
jeans and The casual look of
Vans were walking around on
more Than half of The sTudenTs.
And of course There were Those
cowgirls wiTn 4496 of The sTu-
. STepping inTo The laTesT shoe wear, sTudenTs display The casual To
dressy look. SomeTimes, They are willing To sacrafice comforT for
9 Chris Vanderhaar and NaThalie Galle show off Their colorful floral
jumpsuiTs. This is a fashion which only 141 of The sTudenTs wear.
denTs occasionally in The wesT-
NOT all fashions were liked by ev-
eryone, as Ana Rodrlquez puT iT,
"fashion could look more agree-
able for everyday wear." The
floral prinT pdnTs seem To be a
fashion ThaT 8596 of The sTudenTs
wouldn'T geT cdughT dead in.
WiTh The price of fashion so high,
iT kepT many people from
buying The laTesT sTyles. "l'd love
To geT The laTesT fashions buT
They're Too expensive." ex-
plained Virginia ForesT. This
ThoughT lingered in The rninds of
many sTudenTs such as Jill Garri-
gan, who remarked, "I haTe
anyone who spends 350.00 on a
pair of Gloria VdnderbilT panTs!"
lT's hard To know whdT The laTesT
fashion is. lT's always changing.
BuT, There are jusT some Things
ThaT people conTinue wearing
even if iT does go ouT of sTyle.
Regardless of wheTher or noT a
person dressed in The laTesT
fashions some sTudenTs felT ThaT
should noT be an irnporTanT re-
flecTion on The individual. As
Adria Falvy puT iT, "You shouldn'T
judge a person by how They
Crayon pins "color-up" blouses and
eaters. Pins of every shape and col-
are the latest in jewelry.
Q Monica Benzle and Alicia Grabowski are
dressed in plaid wool skirts. This "preppie"
look was displayed throughout the year in
loafers. angora sweaters and tweed blazers.
Q Desiree Tulleners, Beth Loucpre,
Sherri Tagliamonte and Sandy Chester
show off their top fashion jeans. De-
signer jeans are worn by 701, of the
"Sounds greaT! I wish I had
Wiiches And Warlocks
Parly All NighT
"Hey April! Did you hear abouT
The Alverno Halloween ParTy?"
"NO, I didn'T. WhC1T Halloween
"The one ThaT Took place on
OcTober 30Th. IT was a blasT! In
facT, people said ThaT iT was
The besT Halloween parTy ever
puT on by Alverno."
"Oh ya? WhaT wenT on?"
"Well flrsT of all, La Salle was
lnviTed. There were several
was a live band, Midway,
which supplied The dancing
enTerTainmenT for The evening
and There were plenTy of free
refreshmenTs available. The
eerie presence of The haunTed
house added To The exclTe-
menT of The nighT. AIThough iT
had a few minor dlfficulTies, iT
Turned ouT To be an overall
success. IT sure was a Thrilling,
chilling Halloween celebra-
games such as apple dunking
and a cosTume conTesT. There
.Frank FerranTe, Mark Sanderson, Pal Griffin, Andre Dupuy, Mark Lewis, and Jim Williamson
perform Their skiT as "Ricky Ricardo and The Tropicana Six." They were enrhusiaslically
received by all.
:Vickie Slagle, Bechy Flores, Car-
men Ramos, and Dayna Riddle are
among The many who aTTended
The Halloween parTy wiTh creaTive
and unique costumes.
On Thursday, OcTober 29, on
A The Terrace, There saT four lone
pumpkins. AT 44:45 a.m. a
large crowd gaThered, in-
Tensely looking on as The class
officers hurridly carved The
pumpkins which represenTed
Their class. People conTribuTed
personal arTicles To enhance
Their class' pumpkin, such as
haTs, earrings and glasses.
When Time ran ouT The pump-
kins were whisked away for The
judges To make Their decision.
Finally The choice was made
and The Junior Class won firsT
prize. The pumpkins were dis-
played aT The Halloween parTy
ThaT evening To help creaTe
The proper aTmosphere.
QMaryalice Pederson gives a warm wel-
come as she rises from a caskeTT used
only once by a liTTle old lady.
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4 Holly McAliisTer and Mandy Downer give a slimy qvasolinej
recepTion. The Two were among The many GAA members
who puT TogeTher The HaunTed House.
9 Theresa Barcelos receives her scroll
which officially lnducts her into the student
body. Sister Madeline and members of the is
Student Council distributed scrolls to each
freshman at me induction.
4 A dozen thoughts and feelings run through the minds of the freshmen as they sit, ready for anything, during the excitement of
the induction. Only five freshmen were actually chosen to answer the questions.
Mixed EmoTions ConfronT Freshmen
On The eve of Freshmen Induc-
Tion few frosh dreamed of The
surprises The nexT day held for
Them. One freshman com-
menTed laTer, "I looked for-
ward To Freshmen lnducTion
because of The exciTemenT
and The rumors abouT Throwing
us in The pond if we didn'T
memorize The hisTory of Al-
verno." On The morning of The
big day, Ocfober 27Th, a cou-
ple of girls awakened To find
Themselves being kidnapped
by Their senior big sisTers. The
"lucky" IiTTle sisTers were Taken
ouT To breakfasT and broughT
To school in Their pajamas.
LaTer, following a regular Mon-
day schedule, The annual
ceremony Took place. Seafed
in fronT of The enTire sTudenT
body, many freshmen had
mixed emoTions abouT whaT
was going To happen To Them.
The frosh were welcomed by
SisTer Madeline and upper
class officers, Then The much-
feared quesTioning abouT The
school's hisTory began. Names
of a few freshmen were ran-
domly drawn. Melinda Neh-
dan, Sarah Van Wickle and
Yolanda Lennox were among
several girls who were "Terror-
ized" by The sfudenf body offi-
cers who were asking The
quesTions. Sfanding before The
whole school, The "vicTims"
nervously Tried To answer The
quesTions. only To be jeered
and shouTed aT by Their friends
who waved signs reading: "In
The pond." "I ThoughT I was go-
ing To be picked To answer The
quesTions. and I was afraid l'd
geT Thrown in The pond," said a
relieved STephanie Brkich who
was noT chosen. All of The
freshmen received scrolls
made by Their big sisTers, wel-
coming Them as official mem-
bers of The sTudenT body. The
ceremony concluded wiTh The
freshmen leading The singing of
The Alma MaTer. Lafer The IiTTle
sisTers joined Their senior big sis-
Ters for an informal luncheon.
The Freshmen Class seemed di-
vided in Their opinions abouT
The TradiTional lnducTion. Kelly
Enrighf said, "I wasn'T scared, l
had sophomore friends To help
me ouT," while Vicky Gloria
commenfed blunTly, "I was
scared!" Some of The girls con-
fided ThaT They were disap-
poinTed in The lnducTion. As An-
drea Falvy puT iT, "IT wasn'T
scary To me, I don'T Think iT
Turned ouT To be all ThaT iT was
builT up To be." Whafever Their
feelings, mosT of The girls
agreed ThaT Freshmen lnduc-
Tion will be someThing They
remember for a long Time.
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4 Theresa Urda, Rosanna Russo and Carmen Mollica playfully menace The freshmen aT The induction. The
ThreaT of Throwing freshmen in The pond is a Tradifion.
Freshmen Induchon 21
STudenT involvemenf in The
4980 Nofiondl Elecfion wos
mode evidenf on compus
Through The senior sponsored
"Cdmpoign '8O." The purpose
of The compdign wos To give
sTudenTs o chdnce To exper-
ience The processes of vofing
The mock-eiecTion begon wifh
o week of regisfrofion when
eoch sTudenT wos encour-
oged To regisfer ds eiTher o Re-
publicdn, Democrdfe, Liberfdr-
ion or lndependenf. On No-
vember 3rd, d debdTe ond
elecfion wos held. Edch poliTi-
col porfy hdd d few represen-
Tofives who spoke on behdlf of
Their porficuldr porTy's condi-
dofe for The office of presi-
AfTer The debdfe The sTudenT
body wos insTrucTed To go To
designofed clossrooms To
voTe. When The decision wos
dnnounced ThdT dffernoon Re-
publicon Rondld Regdn won by
o ndrrow morgin. Regon hdd
A696 of The voTes, Corfer 3896,
Anderson 970 ond Clork 796.
This eiecTion wos on inoccu-
rdTe predicTion of The ndfionol
one, becduse Regdn ocfuolly
won by d lond slide. As one
sophomore soid, 'Tl felT This wos
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quorfers. Different classrooms served ds pdrfy sTOTions, regisfering, sfudenfs were informed of eoch porfies sfonds on
22 Campaign '80
Q The crowd looks on at the mock debate as Mary Dolan speaks
on behalf of the Democratic Party. The representatives for the
three candidates "worked hard to win the majority vote of the
Chris Photos speaks for ll'.I2lK'0fu1lllK'llllll'fS
the Independent Party
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Dances Take A New Twist
In efforts to bring more excite-
ment, higher profits and in-
creased attendance into the
dances, a new idea brought
the Student Councils of both
La Salle and Alverno together
working for a common suc-
cess. This goal required innova-
tive planning, hard work, coo-'
peration and active participa-
tion by many students.
ln order to raise Funds to fi-
nance the Troubadour, the
first dance of the year was
sponsored by the yearbook
staff. The band "Dealer" wel-
comed students back to
school the evening of Septem-
ber 49, 4980. Friends, old and
new, danced and talked,
bringing the exciting news ofa
short vacation onto the ter-
race and into the enchant-
ment of the night.
The annual Sadie Hawkins
Dance held on Saturday, No-
vember 22, 'iwas one of the
highlights of the year" com-
mented one student. The Stu-
dent Council discussed many
ideas to renovate the special
evening. Students converted
the cafeteria into a barn. Mu-
rals, hay bales, a saloon and
sawdust on the floor provided
an authentic western atmo-
sphere for the couples who
had paid their 85.00 to get
through the barn door. A stu-
dent's personnal connections
with members of the band
"Tryx" arranged to have them
play for the occasion, as cou-
ples danced the night away
from 8-'li p.m. Tricia Van
Koetsveld who had attended
the annual dance for the sec-
ond year in a row commented,
"lt was terrific, the band was
good, and everything was
better than the previous
year." For 57.00, a professional
photographer captured last-
ing memories of the couples
who dressed in casual western
attire. Peggy Kinney, ASB So-
cial Chairperson, was really ex-
dance. "The Sadie Hawkins
turned out great, everyone
seemed to have a really fun
Originally offered by La Salle
only, the Snow Ball was co-
sponsored by both La Salle and
Alverno for the first time. This
new action enabled the girls to
ask their own friends to the
semi-formal if they didn't have
"friends" at La Salle. The stu-
dents went all out selling tick-
ets at 88.00 a bid, rented 25
round tables, purchased a
Christmas tree and decorated
St. Rita's Hall the day of the
dance, Friday, December 49,
after noon dismissal.
As to be expected, students
enjoyed themselves at the
dances, however, Anne
Howells, who attended both
the Snow Ball and the Sadie
Hawkins, preferred the latter
for its rustic, fun-loving, good
Cited with The
results of the
1 Jane Fuller, Mary Lees and her "doll" of a date mug for the
photographer at the Sadie Hawkins. A few girls "crashed the
party" bringing other girls, little brothers and puppets as their
dates, which added to the fun of the evening,
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26 World Events ,
Feature story by Desiree Tulleners
ln addition to the daily routine
of school, world events were
also on the minds of students
as we made the transition into
4980 was an election year.
Candidates Reagan, Carter
and Anderson were involved in
the strategies of political cam-
paigning, while the world kept
moving: inflation, recession,
unemployment, riots and ter-
rorism all took their toll.
In a landslide victory, Ronald
Reagan became the 40th
President of the United States.
Only two months into his term,
an assassination attempt was
made on the President's life by
John Hinkley, a 25 year old
Colorado man. In excellent
shape, the 70 year old Presi-
dent recovered quickly from
the gunshot wound and re-
sumed performing the duties of
After AAA days, the 52 Ameri-
can hostages, held captive by
Iranian militants, came home.
The story of their ordeal read
like a spy novel: Canada
sneaking six Americans out of
Iran in the first days following
the embassy take-over,
threats of Iranian spy trials for
the hostages, a secret rescue
attempt in April of 4980 by U.S.
military commandos ending in
a fiery crash and eight dead
and on-again off-again nego-
tiations for the captives' re-
lease. The hostages finally re-
turned home to an ecstatic
welcome of symbolic yellow
ribbons and ticker-tape pa-
rades as the U.S. received'
them with open arms.
A sudden invasion of Afghani-
stan by Soviet soldiers trig-
gered fresh fears throughout
the world. In protest, President
Carter dropped his advocacy
of SALT ll and announced ab-
ruptly that the U.S. athletes
should boycott Moscow's Sum-
The Summer Olympics were
boycotted. However, the
.Nho Shot J.R.'? IVlt. St. Helens Erupts U.S. Hockey T
specTocuIor vicTory of The
young U S Hockey Teom over
The Russions oT The Loke Plocid
WinTer Olympics broughf
obouT o kind of exolToTion ThoT
ccirried Americo Through The
In The oreo of science The
Voyoger ll spoce Iob senT bock
phoTos of SoTurn showing sci
enTisTs ThoT The pIoneT s fom
ous rings ore broided And
ofTer 423 yeors of inocTiviTy
WoshingTon s MounT ST Helens
exploded wiTh o fo ce 500
Times greoTer Thdn The Hiroshi
mo A bomb
All we ore soying is give
peoce o chonce chonTed
Thousonds of John Lennon fons
os They kepT o vigil ouTside his
New York oporTmenT ofTer his
senseless murder in December,
4980. Lennon wos shoT by o
young mon who hod op-
prodched The former BedTle
jusT doys before To geT his
AnyThing wesTern wos in:
S500,000,000 wos spenT on
wesTern hoTs, S45,000,000
worTh of Kenny Rogers records
sold ond counTr'y1 wesTern sing-
er Borboro ondrell wos
nomed UEnTerToiner of The
Yeor." Films like 'iUrbon Cow-
boy", "Honeysuckle Rose" ond
"The EIecTric Horsemon" were
omong The mosT populor films
of The yeor.
The film ond Television indus-
Tries, neorly crippled by o Two
monTh ocTors sTrike during The
summer of 4980, broughT To life
such loveoble chorocTers os
Yodo The "Empire STrikes
Bock" philosopher, ond such
villoins os JR. Ewing CLorry Hog-
monj on The Fridoy nighT soop
opero "Dollos". The November
24sT show in which The mosT
osked quesTion of The summer,
"Who shoT JR?" wos dn-
swered, hod The highesT roT-
ings in Television hisTory of ony
single T.V. episode.
Through vorious efforTs, Pope
John Poul ll ond The Bishops'
Synod worked To bring peoce
ond uniTy To o Troubled world.
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5 Doreen Galt receives her ring from
Ms. Pam Jones. Ms. Redd, Ms. Brown
and Sister Anne Korthals also assisted in
the distribution of the rings, as Ms. An-
gela Bonja announced each narne.
v The rings of the Class of '82 bear
their class symbol, the dragon. Each
junior ordered her own ring with her
favorite stone and precious metal.
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Q The Juniors reception is enhanced by
three large cakes decorated in the class
colors The cakes were baked by Noreen
Sullivan and Michele Serotuk and deco-
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Q Nicole Williams turns Mary Jane Salido's ring as Theresa Camiling waits for
"turn". Following a tradition, the members of the Class of 1982 turn their rings
times for good luck.
I I rated by Desiree Tulleners.
28-Junior Ring Ceremony
Class of 4982 held Their Ju-
Ring Ceremony on Mon-
November '17, 4980.
hard work wenT inTo The
of The TradiTionaI
which sTudenTs, facuITy
parenTs aTTended by for-
inviTaTion. The Junior Class
Ms. Angela Bonja,
Junior Class officers, var-
commiTTee heads and
meT TogeTher for
brainsTorming hours in
weeks preceding The
Shakey's Pizza NighT,
by The juniors, and
fund-raisers made up The
used To finance The
and yellow carnaTions To
carried by each junior were
for The special day,
lower lawns of The villa
chosen for The IocaTion,
d The villa Terrace was
coraTed wiTh blue and yel-
s Make IT Cfficial
low carnaTions and sTreamers
for The recepTion. The class
symbol, The dragon, was used
on a banner bearing The
moTTo, "Like The dragon, we
don'T breaThe smoke, we
breaThe fire." DeTaiIed Typed
insTrucTions on The back of
each junior's chair Told The ju-
niors exacTly whaT To do and
when. This careful procedure
demonsTraTed whaT Michele
Adams IaTer commenTed on. "I
ThoughT The ceremony was
very well organized, IT was
beauTiful wiThouT being over-
FaTher Jack Foley presided
over The ceremony. Jean Shin-
nick, Monica Auzene, Sandy
STeeIe and Mary Noonan pre-
senTed some readings abouT
The dragon and iTs meaning To
The class. "You've goT a
friend" was sung in harmony by
KaThy BeTz and Mary Lees, fol-
Q Fred BarreTT and Jeff Bonja provide musical accompani-
menT for The Junior Class. Their TalenTs helped To make This
Q The juniors display Their newly acquired rings during The
Alma Mafer. The cosT of The rings ranged from S120 for
gold To S56 for silver.
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lowed by The disTribuTion of The
rings To The Junior Class. Fred
BarreTT and Jeff Bonja volun-
Teered Their services as musi-
cians for The ceremony, and
accompanied The juniors who
sang Their class song, "Time In
AfTer The ceremony, Jackie
DeCIue said, "I ThoughT The
ceremony was well presenTed,
iT was jusT long enough To
make The occasion special
wiThouT running on and on."
Junior Class vice-presidenT No-
reen Sullivan, relieved To have
The hard work over wiTh com-
menTed, "I ThoughT iT wenT
really well. Everyone in The
class did whaT They were sup-
pose To do, and Their parTici-
paTion and spiriT made The
ceremony run smooThIy." Q
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Junior Ring Ceremony-29
Thanksgiving season was cele-
braTed in The usual manner This
year. STudenT council orga-
nized an assembly in which a
shorT prayer service and slide
show enhanced The Thankful
aTmosphere. lT gave everyone
The opporTuniTy To reflecT uon
The meaning of The season. A
quick exchange of deserT gifTs
among The sTudenTs also Took
Once again a food drive was
held The week before Thanks-
giving. One sophomore sTaT-
ed, "l'm so glad ThaT l was one
of The many girls who parTici-
paTed in This Thanksgiving's
food drive. lT was my privilege
To go down To El lVlonTe and
deliver food To The people
There. Being wiTh These people
on Thanksgiving helped me To
undersTand The True meaning
of This holiday." Q7
9 Peggy Kinney inTroduces The slide show which opened The
prayer service. The message was To remind The sTudenTs of
Their blessings and gifTs on campus.
4 Monique Williams represnTs The Freshmen Class as she ex-
pressed The spiriT of giving. The slide-show f prayer service was
a success as well as The deserT gifT Trade among The sTudenTs.
'Walk Around The Block"
STuaenTs wave aT The camera as They dance To The music of
s disc jockey, Many found more excercise in dancing Than in
The 5 miles.
Alverno's walk, according To
one junior, "was a big suc-
cess". Many girls had fun while
raising money for The school.
The main purpose of The walk
was To raise money and To use
iT for someThing consTrucTive,
ThaT everyone could recog-
nize. Thanks To Mrs. BeTTy
Quayle, The AdvancemenT Dl-
recTor, from whom The walk
idea originally derived, every-
one enjoyed The day while
raising 86980. AlThough a
cause for The money had noT
been designaTed yeT, mosT
sTudenTs responded ThaT They
would approve of any use.
Each sTudenT who had a S50
quoTa of pledges received a
free Alverno T-ShirT.
A free lunch was served To
each sTudenT, which consisTed
of: a hoT dog, poTaTo chips, a
snack and a fruiT drink. Follow-
ing The lunch, a disc jockey
supplied The sTudenTs wiTh
dancing music. Q
v Kelly Timpone, Carmen Ramos and
Becky Flores decide To sprinT The home
sTreTch. The 5 mile walk was compleT-
ed in under 2 hours by mosT.
Before sTdrTing my reporT of
Chrisfmos 4980, I wonT To Tell
you ThoT I've never seen d
school ThoT volues ond looks
forword To This seoson ds much
os The girls dT This school do.
The girls ceIebroTed wiTh d
Glee Club presenToTion. Mem-
bers of The club song o new
song cdlled "The Twelve Ddys
AfTer ChrisTmos," which gove
dn inTeresTing view of The doys
following The holidoy. The resT
of The sTudenT body hdd o
chonce To show off Their voccrl
chords when They gdThered on
The Terrcice To sing fdmilior cor-
Some of The girls "gove o liTTIe
of ThemseIves" To o doy core
cenTer whose children were
enTerTdined by The ploy "Twds
The NighT Before ChrisTmos". I
overheord Amy Huber, who
pldyed o Tree soy ThoT, "One
of The kids squeezed my drm
ond dsked why I wos sTdnding
There so funny." The children
seemed To especiolly enjoy
The drrivol of SonTo Cldus.
AlThough The seoson seemed
To go well, some felT ThoT iT wos
hedvily burdened wiTh long
Term ossignmenTs ThoT were
due ofTer vdcdfion. One junior
sold, "ChrisTmds jusT wdsn'T
righT becouse of dll The home-
work." BuT d new evenT, The
Snowboll ddnce, which wos
co-sponsored wiTh LdSolle,
probobly helped Them forgef
Their Troubles. Working on d
new fund roiser, The Chrisfmos
BouTique, kepT Them busy os
UnTil nexT yeor, be good. And
relox before The nexT rush.
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4 Cindy Lyndell decoroTes The Freshmen Clciss Tree. Tree decordTing compeTiTion
noT Toke ploce This yeor buT eclch cldss sTllI Took pride in mdking Their Tree speciol
4 Sandra Henkels, Lisa Nordquist, Bambi
Vita, Carmen Bustamante, Elena Cazares.
Sandra Vega, Barbara Thornhill and Amy
Huber were only a few of the members of
Ms. Emily John's fifth period, "What the
Church Teaches" class. This class present-
ed the play "'Twas the Night Before
Christmas" at the Maryvill Day Care Cen-
ter in Rosemead.
v Doreen Gott, Sheila Ryan and Monica
Martinez, sing the praises of Christmas af
the terrace assembly on December 19.
"Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells" were only
two of the many carols that highlighted
Carolyn Arens a freshmen returns to childhood tempo
as she hugs her teddy bear Many of the big sisters
a special Christmas with their little sisters by going
to lunch or exchanging gifts.
. A presentation by the Glee Club helped to uplift the spirits of
students who were anxiously awaiting the arrival of Christmas vaca-
tion. They had many new renditions of familiar carols, such as "The
Twelve Days of Christmas."
"Do you have to work to-
night?" One out of every eight
girls would have answered
"yes", Students who worked
had to consider schedules be-
fore becoming too involved
with school. Last year 4305 of
the student body held part-
time jobs on top of their study
A Troubadour survey showed
4906 of these 'lworking wom-
en" volunteered service time,
7096 were paid employees,
and less than 40A managed to
hold both a voluntary and pay-
Student volunteers served the
community in a variety of
ways, including gradeschool
tutoring, teaching religion
courses at parishes and assist-
ing with general office work for
Senior Charisse Morelli worked
fourteen hours each at Villa
Esperanza's recreation work-
shop. "Helping the mentally re-
tarded makes me appreciate
myself," she said. Other stu-
dents worked with the handi-
capped at the Crippled Chil-
dren's Society of Pasadena,
and the blind at CLIMB in Sierra
Madre. "I do everything but
give shots and empty bed-
pans," explained Kristi Henkels,
a volunteer at Huntington Me-
A few girls said they wanted
the work experience in order
to continue similar social work
in the future. However, some
girls worked either for Christian
Service class credit, or as one
34 Student Jobs
Being entsible Pays
senior responded, "l work
there just as enjoyment."
Of the paid employees, 9411
worked because they wanted
the extra spending money or
to begin saving for college.
Paychecks also helped to pay
for high school tuition and fi-
nance costly social lives. Patti
Pullara worked at Fedco's gar-
den shop "just to get out of
the house and meet people."
A relatively small number of
sophomores and juniors had in-
tentions of saving to buy a car.
Carolyn Volmert prepared
meals for patients at Arcadia
Methodist Hospital in hopes of
earning money for a trip to
The two most common jobs
Feature Story By Peggy Kinney
were floor salesgirls and food
related jobs, as waitresses or
fast-food clerks. Fashion-relat-
ed jobs were equally as popu-
lar as secretarial work.
Only 4870 had any intentions of
continuing their job as a ca-
reer. As Mary Dolan said, "l
don't plan to sell shoes the rest
of my life!"
The results of a staff poll found
that students worked an aver-
age of 48 hours per week.
Many girls said that their jobs
interfered with their school
work, but as Desiree Tulleners
stated, "I usually arrange my
work schedule around my
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Q Taking inventory, Pia Perez counts remaining Christmas stock. Pia, who
works at Fashion Conspiracy, works 22 hours a week, a load higher than
v Junior Monica Tinker caienders tax clients' appointments at her
father's tax accounting office in Sierra Madre. "There are many bene-
fits, and I can always get my sister to work for me."
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.The cafeTeria Take
THeavenly' NighT For Sophomores
"Are you serious? lT's 5:'l5l
Craig is going To pick me up aT
5:30 To go ouT for dinner. Oh,
Mom my hair is sTill in rollers and
we sTill have To pick up The
bouTonniere. l'm shaking all
over. Why am I so nervous?"
This scene was Taking place in
The homes of many sopho-
mores as The recenTly Trans-
formed cafeTeria was awaiTing
Their arrival for The biggesf
evenT of The sophomore year:
The Cherry Blossom. The plain
cafeTeria had been Turned inTo
a shiny "STairway To Heaven,"
The dance's Theme. A sTarry
aTmosphere was creafed by
The decoraTions commiTTee by
hanging gliTTered sTyrofoam
sTars, crepe paper sTreamers
and pom-pom balls from The
ceiling. The walls were masked
wiTh cloud and rainbow painT-
36 Cherry Blossom
ings, ana sfraw baskeTs filled
wiTh daisies and carnafions
decoraTed The Tables. The ro-
manTic mood was compleTed
by Tiny whiTe lighTs hung in The
Trees ouTside The cafeTeria.
Meanwhile, mosT sophomores
and Their daTes had dinner ouT
before The dance. They aTe in
a varieTy of resTauranTs rang-
ing from The l-lungry Tiger To ln-
Couples began arriving aT The
dance abouT 8:00 p.m. lVlosT of
Them had posed picTures Tak-
en by The professional To help
Them remember The evening.
The band Clone provided
l'greaT music, buT Took Too
many breaks," commenTed
ChrisTine SpeckerT. Tables in-
side The cafeferia provided a
place for couples To relax and
Talk wiTh friends. Oufside, girls
and Their daTes could geT
some fresh air and sfroll among
The lighfed Trees.
AlThough The dance was over
aT 44:30 p.m., The evening did
noT end for many couples. Kris
Vanderhaar and her dafe
wenT To see "The Rocky Horror
PicTure Show", and Rosann
VolmerT and her escorf wenT
To Hollywood. AfTer all ThaT
dancing, many couples had
worked up an appeTiTe so They
wenT ouT To eaT again.
The success of The dance was
cerTainly evidenf in The girls' re-
sponses To The quesfion, "lf you
had iT To do all over again,
would you go To The dance
again'?" 9996 said, Weslngi
Q A slow song gives Carrie Snyder and lan Angus a chance to
enjoy a few moments of closeness. The slow songs were
much more popular than the fast ones.
v Worn out after a long evening, Linda Pichei and Donny
Whitlock try to last until the band leaves. The price for the
evening's entertainment was only 88.00 per couple.
Q Outside the cafeteria. friends get some fresh air
and a little quiet. The decorations committee
placed small lights in the surrounding trees to add to
4 Teri Abril and Johnny Fernandez, and Carmen
Nemer and Raphael Padron engage in some con-
versation between dances.
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4 Due to a lack of unscheduled time, Monica Ben-
zle spends her lunch time in the library as did many
5 Jeanette Feeney works until the late hours on
numerous homework assignments. "Bedtimes" of-
ten varied according to the amount of homework
Pressure To lvldke The Grdde
Feature Slory By Ann Howells
"Oh!! When is iT oll going To
end'?!" wos ofTen The cry of
sTudenTs os They exomined
Their ogendo for The ddy. Sen-
ior Sue WebsTer described her
pressure-filled doys os hoving
"Too much To do wiTh noT
enough Time in which To do iT
slowly ond cdrefully." When
polled, sTudenTs cldimed They
did os mony os six hours of
homework eoch nighT, wiTh 3,3
hours being The overdge.
lvlony sToTed ThoT They felT
school ond homework were
The moin couses of The pres-
sure They foced. "School is The
usuol couse of pressure. The
only wdy To foce iT is To do
whoT's expecTed of you." sToT-
ed Lourdes ViTo.
The subjecTs in which sTudenTs
foced The mosT pressure vor-
ied from Bosic ArT To Cdlculus.
Of The seniors polled, 6206 soid
ThoT in Their senior yeor They
foced The mosT pressure, noT
only in school, buT in exTrd-cur-
riculor dcTiviTies, jobs ond in The
imporTdnT decision of whoT To
do ofTer groduoTion, The re-
mdining 3896 oll ogreed ThoT
Their junior yeor conToined The
mosT pressure - especiolly in
Some sTudenTs regorded pres-
sure os o negoTive ospecT.
'TPressure is when I hove some-
Thing honging over my hedd
which mokes me feel like my
whole body is collopsing inTo
The eorThl" exploined STocy
BedudeT. Like mony oThers, ln-
grid Uyemuro described her
Typicol ddy os "ToTol insoniTy."
However, oTher sTudenTs sow
pressure os o posiTive ospecT
which moTivoTed Them To work
Their hordesT. 5296 of The sTu-
denTs polled odmiTTed ThoT
They doubTed They would work
os hord if There were no pres-
sure. As lvlonico Tinker sToTed,
"Pressure is o force which is
needed To geT sTudenTs mov-
ing. If There were no pressure,
noThing would ever geT done."
Fine ArTs Qflnj Qarfsj n. 'l. Those orTs which seek
expression Through beouTlful or significonT modes.
IT includes music, IiTeroTure, opero, ond bolleT, os
well os poinTing, sculpTure, orchlTecTure, ond The
decoroTive orTs. The word "Fine" is ofTen Token
To meon beouTiful or oesTheTicolly pleosing, such
os Vivion Sciolini believed, who described Fine
ArTs os, "onyThing wlTh feeling ond bec1uTy."
The moking of on orTifocT Tokes Time ond po-
Tience. MenTol foTigue Tends To slow down on
orTisT's creoTivlTy, buT iT will rorely sTop him. To
hove compleTed o work of orT shows sTrengTh,
loyollTy, couroge, compossion, sympoThy, ond
coring on The beholf of The orTison. This is how on
orTisT expresses fine orTs. g
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the art room. Masked behind a drawing of a man's face, a new identity
quietly reveals itself.
v Alicia Grabowski does research for Art I. Caught up in the formation of their
designs, students focus their attention in an artistic rnanner.
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Pottery is a Type of decorative
or useful ware made of baked
clay. IT includes dinnerware,
vases, and other household
items. The word "pottery" also
means a factory that makes
The three major Types of pot-
Tery are earthware,
stoneware, and porcelain. Pot-
Tery is classified according to
The mixture of clays iT contains,
and The Temperature affects
both The appearance and
There are four basic steps in
making pottery. First, The pot-
ter selects and prepares The
clay he wants to use. He
shapes it. using either The coil,
slab or mold method. After The
clay dries, The potter may
coat iT with a smooth glaze.
Finally, The pottery is baked in
an oven To harden. Carol Whit-
more commented, "IT was fun,
interesting, and creaTive."
Q Using hands To create The swirling effect for her pottery, Carol Whitmore
adds a Touch of creativity to her unique design. Many of CaroI's works show
impressionable Talent in art.
There is no distinction
between what is art
and what is not art
But to do and make
And loving care
is the essence.
44 Fine Arts
4 With a pencil in hand and attention
focused on her work, Virginia Forest draws
design carefully on her clay-piece. Many of
clay forms include outer carvings like This.
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PENSATION PEOPLE CNE SINGULAR SENSA
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During the Almo Moier, Liz Tremboiy proudly holds up one finger, symboli
ing her one yedr di Aiverno. Mosi sludenls Think The Almo Mdier is suildbl
while o few wish if could be "updated" ' '
ONE SINGULAR SENSATICDN CNE SINGUL
AlThough each of The four classes was unique
and disTinguishable from The oTher, They each
were elemenTs of a uniTed sTudenT body. As
each class sTrove To organize special acTiviTies
such as The Senior STyle Show, Junior Ring Cere-
mony, Cherry Blossom and Freshmen lnducTion,
They were able To uniTe as a class. Through The
leadership of The class officers and moderaTors,
sTudenTs demonsTraTed cooperaTion and ener-
lvlore imporTanT Than The four classes were The
individuals in Them. The bubbling Talker, The auieT
observer, The unquiTTing organizer and The inTel-
lecTuaI achiever added To The diversiTy of The
sTudenT body, WiThouT The uniqueness of each
individual, Alverno would noT have been so di-
verse and so exciTingg
.Mary O'Donnell and
Karla Kurzweil spread Their
exciTemenT abouT The
Sadie Hawkins To The sTu-
denT body as They sing
"l'm JusT a Girl Who Can'T
Say No." The sTudenT's re-
sponse To Their song was
qDuring The Freshmen ln-
ducTion, sTudenTs express
Their desire To Throw The
freshmen "in The pond."
One freshman commenT-
ed, "The signs didn'T
scare me: I Thought iT was
kind of funny,"
Looking lhTo The PasT And FuTure
"We The people, in order To
form a more perfecT union. .
These words may sound like a
lefTover from Civics Class, buT
They applied To The Senior
Class of 4984. The "unicorn"
class developed a sense of
spiriT ThaT allowed individual-
ism, and aT The same Time, uni-
Ty in working Towards a com-
mon goal. However, The road
leading Toward This goal,
graduaTion, was never easy.
Through The years, The seniors
wenT Through many school
changes: modular scheduling
gave way To a fixed one and
winTer and summer uniforms
were combined inTo a single
sTyle. Mary Villarruel commenT-
ed, "AlThough some changes
may have been unwanTed,
whaT we've been Through will
help us To adapT easily and
more efficienTly in jobs and
schooling in The fuTure
LeeAnn Sfeele and
lunchs eniors sfayed
Q Liz Garcia and Laura Twedell find if easier To "sTudy" senior porTraiTs Than books AfTer Taking Their
porTraiTs Twice, seniors finally received The finished producf.
' Q The Class of '81 gathers as
winners of The class cornpeii-
Tion of fhe yearbook patron
drive. A goal of S1000 was
sei for each class and The
seniors brought in over
Privileges. . .ShorT, BuT AppreoioTed
IT is o TrodiTion ThoT ofTer Three
yeors of hord work, The Senior
Closs requesTs cerToin privi-
leges To disTinguish Them from
The resT of The sTudenT body.
The privileges were Token from
senior suggesTions ond Then
decided upon by The odminis-
Seniors were gronTed off-com-
pus lunch on Fridoy ofTernoons
ond loTer Two exTro "flooTihg"
doys were odded. A cofeTerio
"express" line wos speoiolly
designoTed for senior use ond
free dress every Fridoy wos
olso puT inTo ocTioh.
When seniors were osked in o
Troubadour sToff poll obouT
how They spenT Their lunoh
Time, They ogreed ThoT The ol-
loTed 115 minuTes were shored
beTween cofeTerio lines, ocTu-
ol eoTing ond sTudy Time in The
librory. A smoll peroenToge
used The Time for running er-
rohds or for ChrisTion Service.
Those who porTicipoTed in off-
oompus found iT diffioulT To re-
Turn by 421115 for Their fifTh peri-
od closs. Sherri TogliomonTe
exploihed, "IT's hord To ruh ond
geT food becouse iT's so busy
ond I hoTe geTTing book loTe
becouse iT ruins iT for The resT."
Q Marianne Crispo ancl Fran-
ces Spina use their off carn-
pus privilege To "grab a
bile." Frances commented,
"When I go out To gel some-
thing for lunch with my
friends. we usually don'1
have time To sil and eal. ll's
usually drive Thru and eal on
The way back To school.
Neveriheless, I still like going
out for lunch."
Lydia De La Flor
Officers Express Their Conc
The Senior Cldss officers includ-
ed Two new-comers ond Two
veferdns. Presidenf Shciron
Moscdref ond cioss Tredsurer
Cheryl Lindsey broughf wiTh
Them Their fresh ideos os This
wos Their firsT experience GS
cioss officers. Vice-presidenf
Tereso Cinfron ond secreTdry
Susie Fisher were former offi-
cers who confinued GS o posi-
All The officers ogreed in d
Troubadour sTdff inferview
Thdf keeping The seniors uniTed
wds d mojor gool of Theirs.
Shoron sTdTed, "The officers
wonfed To express To The cioss
Through everydoy evenTs Thdf
honesfy wiTh Themselves ond
oThers would help Them
ochieve more, ond noT jusT in
finishing Their ldsT yeor of high
school. Developing feelings
ond o good outlook on life
were dlso godls we sfrove for."
Q At a meeting in Miss Barbara
Brown's office, class officers
Sharon Nloscaret, Teresa Cin-
tron and Cheryl Lindsey discuss
preparations for placing orders
for graduation announcements.
As class business began piling up
as early as February, the seniors
met in the library during home-
room and break several times to
make some final decisions on
To Be Or NoT To Be. ..
i'WhaT are you going To be
when you grow up?" Our firsT
conTacT wiTh This auesfion in
grade school usually broughT a
simple decision-a 'lmovie sTar"
or "Suzy homemaker." Our
second encounTer wiTh deci-
sion making occurred by The
end of junior year. BuT This Time
The auesfioner was noT our
parenTs, or our Teachers, buT a
called The ScholasTic ApTiTude
TesT, beTTer known as The SAT.
MosT commonly The SAT was
Taken in The fall of senior year,
buf many brave juniors pre-
pared To "meeT Their desTiny"
in June. As TesT scores reached
sTudenTs, decisions concerning
college had already sTarTed
formulaTing. By Ocfober, Miss
Marion PeTerson's counseling
office in The library became
The mosT popular spoT since
HunTingTon Beach on a summer
afTernoon. WiTh lvliss'PeTerson's
help, sTudenTs were able To ex-
plore Their inTeresTs Through
filmsTrips and caTaIogs, and
were also given The chance To
hear college represenTaTives.
The monThs To follow broughT
prayers for accepTance as
seniors painsTakingly filled ouT
applicaTions, muddled Through
financial aid forms, and
Tracked down Their favoriTe
Teacher in a desperaTe search
for a leTTer of recommenda-
in addiTion To Those who
wished To aTTend college im-
mediaTely afTer high school,
25-3006 of seniors felT ThaT col-
lege wasn'T for Them aT The
momenf. Their reasons ranged
from indecision abouT careers
To a desire for more exper-
ience in The real world before
seTTling down To academiclr
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college counselling. The Uschedule board"
wenT inTo use when yellow appoinTmenT slips
jusf didh'T do The job.
J ae. J, Q-1'
Q Lydid de lo Flor discusses her fu-
ture plons with Miss Mdrion Peter-
son. Through Miss Peterson's orgo-
nized efforts, seniors were oble to
get o clear perspective on 0 col-
lege education. Seniors with work
experience in mind rdther than col-
lege were also received in the
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Suffering the consequences of sleeping in late, Jane Fuller sprints from the lower parking lot to avoid a blue slip from her first period
teacher for being tardy, As parking spaces are not class assigned, the rule for unfortunate late-comers is first come, first served.
Five minutes, just give me five
more minutes, Mom . . . Maybe
ten School doesn't start
until 8:30 anyway There's
nothing like cold cereal to top
off a cold shower . . . This stu-
pid watch must be fast again, I
better call time . .. Csloshj
Good move And I don't
have another uniform that's
clean, oh well, maybe there'll
be a new fad where everyone
wears Wheaties all over their
uniforms .. 853-'l2'l2 Oh
no, it can't be . . . l'll just grab
an apple and eat it on the way
Mom, have you seen my
keys? Well, who put them
there? No, do I look like I
have time to make a lunch?
Geez, it's 23 after eight
Don't worry, l'll buy it at school
Daria Mercurio '
Karen Mora qt C116 L1
e More Minutes, Just Give Me Five. .
Come on, start lt's
freezing in here . . . I wonder if
the heater works l've got
just enough gas to get to
school-if I don't stop At
least on the way home, it's all
down hill . . . I wish I could get
that apple skin out from in be-
tween my teeth . . . I wonder if
there were any Civic's cards
due today Or any English
. . . Great, I love parking down
by the softball 'field, they
should have spaces up front
just for late seniors, heaven
knows there's enough of us . . .
This is going to be my third blue
slip for being tardy, I can't
wait to start weeding Fif-
teen more minutes until home-
room, l'll just put my head
down and wait it out . . . One
class and two hours of home-
work . .. There must be thirty
people in this ticket line
Maybe we did have English
homework l'll just have to
fake it "Yes, you see,
whenever the twentieth cen-
tury author portrays the con-
cept of alienation verses . .
"l'm not coming in here again!
Now get upl"
Huh? oh wow, what a night-
mare 7115? It figures, Dad
used up all the hot water . . . I
wonder what's for breakfast
Maybe Mom's making her
famous, old-fashioned, butter-
milk Cgroanj Wheaties
l'm going back to bed. Q
The Tredsures OT
The Sierrd lVlddre
The monTh of OcTober be-
come o Time of woTching ond
woiTing for The Senior Closs os
mony found Themselves sTond-
ing in fronT of judges ond weor-
ing o designoTed number. Cf
The hundreds of girls Trying ouT
for The 4980-84 Rose CourT,
only seven would be chosen
wiTh one of Them becoming
The Rose Queen. Affer being
coiled book four Times, Lourdes
ViTo found herself chosen os o
Shoring The royol IimelighT wiTh
Lourdes wos onoTher senior,
Cindy Clork. Cindy, olong wiTh
freshmon Melonie Meinholz,
were chosen ouT of 27 girls
compefing for o seoT on The
flooT represenTing The ciTy of
Sierro Nlodre in The Rose Po-
rode. Cindy ond Melonie were
Two of The Three ploced for The
ciTy. ln oddiTion To The Tourno-
menT princesses, Gino Aubry
wos selecTed os o Homecom-
ing princess for ST. Froncis High
School in Lo Conodo.
NoT only did Lourdes, Cindy
ond Gino represenf Their ciTies,
buT They olso sTood for Al-
verno, especiolly The seniors.
The girls renewed school pride
ond hod given The seniors
someThing To remember. Bren-
do Groborek commenTed, "A
loT of seniors goT Togefher on
The doy of The porode To
cheer on Lourdes ond Cindy.
PosTers were mode wiTh 'Al-
verno seniors ore here' wriTTen
on Them." gl?
months of exciting and chaotic activity climaxed on New Year's Day as Lourdes Vita and the rest of
Rose Parade Court made their way down Colorado Boulevard. New Year's Day began at on early 3
for Lourdes in order to prepare for the days events.
Nl-lit lvle With Your Best Shot!"
lt seemed that the hottest day
of the year was to be the big
day, the moment of truth,
when seniors went through the
ritual of portrait taking. Prayers
for a slightly cool day didn't
seem to help much as seniors
strolled into the portrait studio
appropriately dressed in shorts,
jap flaps, wool sweaters and,
occasionally, a string of pearls.
As makeup turned to mush
and hair drooped the girls
faced the camera and were
ready with their pre-practiced
Next came the wait and then
the proofs arrived, ready to be
cropped and processed, only
to find mixed feelings. After
disappointing results with the
original studio, Mr. Bill Christy
from The Portrait Gallery re-
took the portraits at the re-
quest of lvlrs. Kathi Bailey, year-
book adviser. Luckily the
weather was pleasant this time
around. The "new" senior por-
traits were to be taken during
regular school hours. Appoint-
ments were made in alpha-
betical order, between 9:00-
2:OO. Those who had to take
theirs in the later part of the
day worried about their ma-
keup and whether or not their
hair would stay curled.
This time the Troubadour and
the seniors were satisfied with
the results. As evidence of this,
some seniors ordered addition-
al prints the second time
4 Concentration is the key as Carmen Cano puts on the finishing touches
before her portrait is taken. The full length mirror that was placed in the
senior lounge proved to be invaluable to anxious seniors.
Q Karen Emerson does her best to keep every hair
in its place as she listens to directions from the pho-
tographer, Mr. Bill Christy. Mr. Christy took seven
poses of each senior and it was up to each girl to
decide which one would be used in the yearbook.
5 Having Three years behind her, Ro-
sanne Ramos gives some advice To her
little sisters Diane Erb and Susan Emer-
son. Big sisters were There noi only To
socialize wiih but To answer questions
aboui classes and school procedures.
Lee Ann Sieeie
The Voice OT Experience
ln o Troubadour sToff inTer-
view, seniors were osked whoT
odvice They would like To give
To The underclossmen. They re-
sponded eogerly oIThough o
few hod o mischievious gleem
in Their eye. As senior personol-
iTies vory from seriousness To
lighTheorTedness, so did Their
'iSTudy hord now so you won'T
be disdppoinTed." Wendy Slo-
"Be poTienTg don'T give up be-
couse noThing's eosy. Also iT is
imporTonT To hove o good oTTi-
Tude." Susie Fisher.
"When The going geTs weird,
The weird geT going." Anne
l'Hove fun while you work in
school, don'T geT coughT up in
your work so ThoT you don'T
enjoy life." Mory Villorruel.
'lSchool oT Times seems Tough,
puT keep on working hord ond
you'II moke iT." PoT Poshich.
"Be sure To keep o one mile
rodius beTween yourself ond
Lo SoIle." Rosonne Romos.
"You shouldn'T wosTe your
Time os o freshmon, sopho-
more or junior. STorT Thinking
obouT your fuTure now, iT'll
moke your senior yeor eosier."
"Never be loTe for Ms. Iosue's
closses ond olwoys be in per-
fecT uniform in Mrs. Urbino's
closses." Trocy FirsT.
'iKeep working oT whoT you
believe in, becouse when you
succeed you won'T be sorry."
"Follow direcTions on TesTs, ond
don'T Toke Teochers for gronT-
ed." JeoneTTe Feeney.
"Live life To The fulIesT becouse
when Tomorrow comes, yes-
Terdoy will be gone." Cindy
"Keep Trying, ond olwoys puT
your besT fooT forword." Jessi-
co Broud. gf
v "When there is a need, there is always a helping
hand." Daria Mercurio, Dedication.
4 "Friendship is just reaching out and making some one smile or making
her feel that she's worth something great to you." Mary O'Donneli, l
64 Senior Personalities
v "Stand up, even if you
stand alone, for then your
v "Every moment in life is so preciously
unique, since it will never be lived again.
Thus, we must live life to its fullest poten-
tial, to truely succeed as a person." Tere-
sa Cintron, Enthusiasm.
quest is great." Peggy
Q That part of our being which is
not dependent on our wisdom-is
the part that endures forever."
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win and sometimes we loose: but all
that really matters is how we play
the game." Kathy Bohler, Sports-
v "Humor is the positive energy in our lives By the
simple act of putting a smile on another s face it is
the cure for all the pains and sorrows which he deep
in our hearts." Laura Geraci, Humor.
Many high schools today are
eliminating the Senior Personal-
ity section from their year-
books, claiming that it is noth-
ing more than a popularity
contest. However, many Al-
verno seniors feel that picking
personalities is important be-
cause each one personifies
the class as a whole. "ln all of
us, there is a little bit of each
personality: some seniors are
key symbols of each quality,"
stated Mary Dolan.
ln carrying out the traditional
nomination and election of
senior personalities, the seniors
had a chance to acknowl-
edge those who stood out in
Senior Personalities 65
9 After picking out a hat to complete her
outfit, Kirsten Reinhart looks ready for an
island vacation. Kirsten was one of the 47
girls chosen out of 65 seniors to be in the
v After her fitting, Beth Rettig poses in
front of Bullock's. This outfit is a sample of
the new spring line.
Q Looking through the sportswear rack, Cheryl Lindsey and Liz Garcia eye a sweatshirt.
Although not allowed to pick out their own clothes, the girls enjoyed browsing.
66 Senlor Style Show
v Front row: Sharon Moscaret, Veronica Ferrante, Kirsten Reinhartp second row: Lourdes
Vita, Cheryl Lindsey, Liz Garcia, Susie Fisher. Suzy Stearns: back row: Mary Klein Pia
Perez, Claudine Harkness, Beth Rettig, Beth Louapre, Cindy Clark, Michele Steger, Vicky
Scott: not pictured: Ann Howells.
A Touch Cf Class
February 6th became the day
when seniors would find out if
their crash dieting was all worth
while as they tried out for the
annual Senior Style Show. Mi-
chele Steger stated that she,
"was totally nervous" and "felt
relieved" after it was all over.
The judging panel consisting of
Ms. Marion Peterson, Ms. Bar-
bara Brown, Ms. Emily John, Sr.
Barbara Mullen, Mrs. Betty
Quayle, Mrs. Marcia Urbina and
Ms. Carla Tomaso, who chose
45 models and two alternates
for the occasion. When asked
what the judges were looking
for, Mrs. Lana Craig, style show
coordinator, replied: "Posture,
appearance, and move-
ment." Selected as models
were Mary Klein, Lourdes Vita,
Cheryl Lindsey, Liz Garcia, Susie
Fisher, Veronica Ferrante, Kir-
sten Reinhart, Sharon Mos-
caret, Suzy Stearns, Vicky
Scott, Michele Steger, Cindy
Clark, Beth Louapre, Beth Ret-
tig, Pia Perez, Claudine Hark-
ness and Ann Howells.
As in the past years, Bullock's of
Pasadena would sponsor the
show titled "A Touch of Class"
and a brunch. With the assis-
tance of a store represento-
tive, the 'l7 models were able
to browse and preview styles
ranging from sunny, tropical
sportswear to long, romantic
Senior Style Show 67
Even Though mosT of The Prom
responsibiliTies were honded
over To The Junior Cidss, The
seniors were noT ToTdIIy ouT of
The orgonizoTion process. Sen-
iors TrodiTionoIIy decided upon
The ploce of The Prom ond The
closs officers chose The Univer-
sol SheroTon To be The siTe. The
price of The bid proved To be o
sign of The Times QT 45 dollors,
oImosT doubie from ldsT yeor.
OTher cosTs wenT for dresses,
hoir.oppoinTmenTs ond o bou-
Prom worries didn'T end wiTh
The finonciol ospect, buT on
finding The doTe. Such wos The
cose for mony juniors ond sen-
iors. CourT princess Tereso Cin-
Tron confided ThoT, i'The mosT
TroumoTic experience in my life
is hoving To osk o guy ouT, I jusT
con'T do iT." The Good Old
Doys 4, ERA 0.
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5 Certificates for Science, Business, and Math were given
to Eivirita Vera, Michele Steger and Stephanie Delgatto.
The Bank of America awards gave recognition to indivi-
duals who had worked hard over a period of four years.
Q Receiving departmental plaques were Lourdes Vita for
Liberal Arts and Carla Mathis for Science and Math.
Lourdes explained that the award provided her with a
sense of self satisfaction and accomplishment.
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For many seniors, getting
Through high school with just B's
and C's was good enough.
Others tried to do the best job
they could by studying and
earning high grades. This hard
work did not go unnoticed, as
many of these seniors received
awards for their outstanding
Bank of America departmental
awards were given to 40 out-
standing seniors. Two of these
seniors received plaques and
the remaining eight were
awarded certificates. The win-
ners were determined by each
department on the basis of
grade point average, class
participation, and interest and
potential in the field.
When the awards were an-
nounced, Anne McTeague
commented, "I was shocked.
It doesn't fit my image: I'll have
to start wearing gIasses." 527
Q The certificates for English and Foreign Lan-
guage were awarded to Margie Gear and
to Maria Ramirez. Maria spoke out on the
fact that she liked being able to speak two
languages and to be able to communicate
with different people.
A Q Presented to Mary O'Donnell and Anne McTeague
'Wi were the certificates for Music and Social Sciences. -
, Mary has participated in La Salle's productions and has
A been involved in Alverno's glee club and stage pro-
Reminiscing Brings AnTicipaTion
STanding on The Threshold of
adulThood-and noT aT all sure
They wanTed To be There-was
The general feeling of seniors
as They approached gradu-
Nearing graduaTion broughf
The ThoughT of losing friends for
many. "l'm really going To miss
my friends," sTaTed Rosie Zala-
mea, "The memories l have
could never be relived."
Friendships formed Through
high school naTurally spliT as
many leave for college: buT a
special bond would always be
Memories of pasT years sTill
broughf conversaTion and
jokes. As freshmen, "learning
The ropes" of high school was
a challenge. Major evenTs be-
gan sophomore year wiTh The
famous Cherry Blossom. Plan-
ning The Ring Ceremony and
The Prom broughT agonizing fi-
nancial obligafions as well as
counfless rewards. Befh ReTTig
summed iT up by sTaTing, 'il
Think we've always had some-
Thing To look forward To, as
each evenT was bigger and
IT wasn'T long unTil "senioriTis"
hiT The class. lT was a Time of
filling up a schedule wiTh arT
classes, geTTing The unconfrol-
lable urge To sTay home and
see The ouTcome of General
HospiTal, breaking ouT in hives
over SAT scores, and sending
ouT graduaTion announce-
menTs To greaT-aunTs and oTh-
er relaTives you've never even
Through The hard work, fun,
frusTraTions and success,
memories were To be cher-
ished. STacy BeaudeT respond-
ed, "l've learned so much from
high school, Through good and
bad experiences." gg
4 Trying on a cap and gown gives Jenny Tweddle a chance To
reminisce abouT her high school years. Many seniors had mixed feelings
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4 As Sue Reilly empties her locker for the last time, she reminisces
about the four years of hard work she leaves behind.
,2j,',Qe-Q. ams continued even though excuses
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Q Wendy Slavin and Mary Dolan take
time out from their studies to do some
chatting. Seniors were often found on
the terrace discussing future plans
and ideas as well as helping each oth-
er with "sticky" problems.
S Q Pat Pashich takes a "breather" from
an exam that she studied late for. Ex-
of, "But were graduating!" bombard-
ed the teachers. School work pro-
gressed, proving to be exhausting yet
4 Valerie Cooper stands on a chair to measure Maria
Broussinos for her cap and gown. Such preparations for
graduation made the big event seem "real", although
there was much work still to be done such as planning the
style show, passing final exams and setting up for the
Juniors STep Up And Toke AcTion
The closs of '82 begdn Their ju-
nior yeor by elecTing closs offi-
cers. The numerous cdmpoign
posTers, buTTons ond speeches
pdyed off when The oil new Ju-
nior Closs officers were dn-
nounced. lnsTedd of four offi-
cers, however, five were cho-
sen due To o Tie for secrefdry.
Jill Gdrrigon ond Lucy Ldughner
shored ThdT TiTle while Sdndy
ChesTer held The office of Treo-
surer: Noreen Sullivan, vice-
presidenT ond Michele SeroTuk,
presidenT. The five officers
worked closely TogeTher plon-
ning dnd orgdnizing whdT They
hoped would be d Terrific junior
Noreen Sullivdn expressed her
godls for The chdllenging yeor
ohedd. "l wdnT everyone To
hdve o fonTosTic yeor, To work
Togefher ond build up ldsTing
friendships." Michele SeroTuk
dgreed ThdT being presidenT
wos d chdllenge buT odded,
"l'm exciTed obouT pldnning
The prom ond working wiTh The
girls in our closs. We dll hdve d
Terrific dmounT of school spiriT
ond closs porTicipoTion." Mi-
chele felT ThdT These were The
Two mdjor dspecfs ThdT mode
The Junior Cldss speciol ond
Jdnice Abrdhdm Michele Addms
Denise Arquijo Chrisfind Armijo
Hdydee Alonzo Teresd
Monicd Auzenne Leficid Av
arrrgan Michele Serotuk Sandy Chester Noreen Sullivan and Lucy Laughner the Junior Class
plan the year ahead One major issue discussed was the preparation for the Junior Ring
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CDriginaIiTy And Uniqueness
A class symbol is chosen To re-
presenT The personaliTy and
uniqueness of each class. The
Junior Class chose The dragon
To express Their originaliTy and
creaTiviTy. They wanTed To be
differenT from all The oTher
classes and The dragon sym-
bolized Their sTrengTh and de-
TerminaTion To do so.
In a poll, however, iT was found
ThaT A096 of The girls did noT
Shine in Class Symbol
voTe for The dragon while 6096
did. YeT, when asked how The
dragon besT symbolized The
Junior Class, everyone agreed
ThaT iT represenTs originaliTy
and uniqueness. One junior
wroTe, "Our class is willing To Try
new ways of doing Things raTh-
er Than approaching Them The
same dryed ouT way of oTher
classes. Our class isn'T afraid To
speak up . .. like The dragon,
we don'T Throw smoke, we
A dragon is defined as ua
huge, fierce animal like a
snake or lizard wiTh wings,
claws and scales." Many of
The girls didn'T Think The dragon
was an appropriaTe symbol
due To iTs physical feaTures.
However, The dragon was cho-
sen for The qualiTies iT pos-
sessed raTher Than iTs appear-
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Laughner, Michele Seroiuk
and Junior Class Moderator
Miss Angela Bonja consider
The various dragon designs
submiiled for The Junior Ring
Ceremony. The dragon cho-
sen was a combination of
The fire-breathing and The
The 'Dragon PaTrol" STrikes Again
IT all began on Wednesday.
November 26. The Time-'l'i:0O
a.m. The Thanksgiving assem-
bly was abouT To begin. As The
sTudenTs were gaThering, They
noTiced someThing ouT of The
ordinary and They seemed To
ask Themselves, "Why are The
juniors wearing Indian head-
bands wiTh feaThers'? Was I
supposed To?" This crazy acT
was The work of The secreT
i'Junior Dragon PaTrol." Un-
known To everyone excepT
The juniors, The Dragon PaTrol
made sure ThaT The class of '82
sTood ouT among The oTher
sTudenTs. There were no spe-
cific leaders of This "commiT-
Tee" buT There were a few girls
who had The idea and orga-
nized The special yeT small ac-
TiviTies. The main funcTion of
The Dragon PaTrol was To as-
sure ThaT The juniors' spiriT and
enThuslasm would sTand ouT in
The sTudenT body. AnoTher was
To unify The class more so Than
before. So, iT wasn'T surprising
To find a posTer, a banner or a
junior wearing someThing exTra
because The Dragon PaTrol
had been working in mysTeri-
The Junior Class also expressed
Their enThuslasm by bringing in
The mosT food for The ST. Fran-
cis food drive in November and
Trying Their besT To ouTdo The
cheers of The oTher classes in
occasional pep rallies.
Thus, Their spiriT had been prov-
en To be an effecTive way of
leuilding a more unified Junior
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enfhusiasm by being a cheerleader.
Like her, everyone has Their "wild and
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IT was a Tough year for The Ju-
nior Class. They were kepT busy
wiTh The responsibiliTy of raising
enough money for The ring
ceremony and The Junior-Sen-
ior Prom. The class officers
asked for fund raising ideas
and The responses resulTed in a
Shakeys nighT and a record
raffel which TogeTher broughT
in 842700. This money plus ThaT
from a bake sale was puT To-
ward The ring ceremony which
cosT approximafely 8250.00.
AfTer This evenf, The juniors
needed To sTarT over and raise
befween 83,000 and 84,000
for a prom. The Tradifional can-
dy sale broughf in over 82,500
and over 8450 was raised aT
The Chrisfmas Boufique in
which The juniors parficipafed.
An addifional 8600.00 was
raised when The juniors Took
parT in decorafing a floaT for
The Rose Parade. Jeri Ann By-
coTT's mofher organized This
fund raiser because she had
been working wiTh The FloaT-
masTers, a floaT producfion
company, for Three years. This
new acTiviTy Took aloT of hard
work and if was very Time con-
suming yeT one junior commeT-
ed, "IT was Tedius work buT we
had a loT of fun while doing iT."
4 Jill Garrigan, Mary Brkich, Denise Ar-
guijo and Michele Serofuk work behind
The junior counfer af The Chrisfmas
Boufique. The juniors worked offer
school and on weekends To make The
inTeresTing iTems sold which ranged
from snowman cenferpieces, sachef
robes and Tree ornamenfs.
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and petaled numerous panals at the Rosemont Pavillion in order to raise money for Their Junior Senior prom
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Juniors CreaTe LasTing Friendships
"The perfecT friend is a person
who does noT Talk behind your
back, doesn'T lie To you buT
mosT of all, doesn'T deserT you
when you really need her. A
perfecT friend is open To oTher
poinTs of view and loves you
for whaT you arel" These feel-
ings summed up whaT The Ju-
nior Class felT describes The
Over The pasT Three years, The
juniors have formed and cre-
aTed lasTing friendships wiTh
each oTher. In a Troubadour
sTaff survey, all of The girls
agreed ThaT Their new friend-
ships will lasT pasT high school.
When asked whaT Their group
of friends enjoyed doing besT,
8006 of The responses were go-
ing To pariies, shopping, and
going To movies. YeT as in ev-
ery close friendship, friends like
To geT TogeTher and spend
Time Talking and having fun do-
ing crazy Things. Below are
some of The funny and crazy
evenTs which Took place over
These pasT years.
Having an ice-cream fighT in a
BabysiTTing a caT aT ST. l?iTa's
convenT for a few days.
FloaTing wood pieces down
The guTTer in The pouring rain.
Sneaking inTo a friend's house
and scaring her ouT of her wiTs.
Having waier balloonfshaving
Crashing a LaSalle Track Team
parTy and being The only four
lvliming a band using pans, a
Tennis rackeT, an ironing board
and a spoon for a microphone.
The Junior Class felT ThaT friend-
ships, no maTTer how new or
old are always To be cherished
and never forgoTTen. Q
Q Jill Garrigdn, Michele Osti,
Jenny Borbridge, Sheryl
Chapman, Thalia Uyemura,
Connie Woehler and Cynthia
Elliott could almost always be
found on the terrace con-
versing with each other dur-
ing break. These friends dis-
covered that keeping old
friends from grade school is
just as important as making
Q Andrea Radics and Michele Adams
share time together in order to further
their friendship, Being a new girl on cam-
pus, Andrea discovered thaf making new
friends was easy.
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Going From Beaches To Books
The class of '83 reTurned from
summer vacaTion wiTh new
friends, new experiences and
wiTh a new TiTle: Sophomores.
As The Sophomores anxiously
gaThered on The firsT day of
school They reminisced abouT
Their summer acTiviTies. "The
Hawaiian Islands were beauTiful
and I would love To do if all
over again," commenTed Dani
Tarquinio. Some sophomores
spenT Their summer in aca-
demic and recreaTional camps
and resorTs, while oThers made
frequenf Trips To The beach.
The new brown uniforms and
schedules were also a Topic of
discussion during The firsT few
days of The new year. 'll dislike
The fabric of our uniforms buf
The sTyle is ok," claimed Ro-
sann VolmerT. In general The
sophomores prefered lasT
years uniforms and schedules.
BuT now ThaT They were sopho-
mores, They naTurally looked
ahead To February and The
TradlTional Cherry Blossom.
Finding a daTe was one of The
big buf fun worries which was
approaching The new l0Th
However, They had To face The
presenf realiTy: GeTTing To Mrs.
Hoffman's biology class! Q7
Q Dani Tarquinio swims in sunny Ha
waii. She sTaTed, "I would love To
vSophomore Class officers Apple Daza Julie Kane Elena Cazares and Carol Cummings start planning the Cherry Blossom early in
the year They plan to overcome certain obstacles
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Cfficers Strive For Class
"My plans for improving our
class are to get everyone
more involved in school and
class activities," commented
Julie Kane Qpresj. Together
with the other officers, Apple
Daza Qvice-pres.j 5 Carol Cum-
mings qtreasq: and Elena Ca-
zares Cseoj, Julie planned to
execute a successful bake
sale, christmas boutique and of
course, the Cherry Blossom.
When the officers were asked
why they ran for office, they all
agreed it was because they
felt they were qualified and
wanted to become more in-
volved with the class as a
whole. Elena Cazares added,
"I felt it was a challange but I
knew l could do it."
Growing closer together and
working towards a successful
year was what Carol Cum-
mings enjoyed the most. As a
whole class we have grown so
much closer together, and l'm
happy I could be a part of it."
One of the most important jobs
qElena Cazores, Julie Kane and Carol
Cummings work together in hopes of win-
ning the pumpkin carving contest for the
sophomores. They decided to carve their
pumpkins with frightening faces.
was the planning and organi-
zation of the Cherry Blossom.
Fund raisers, decorations and
finding a band were the usual
obstacles that had to be over-
come in order to make the
Throught the year, the officers
felt they had put the sopho-
mores' ideas into action. Most
importantly they felt that they
had succeeded in uniting the
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Sophomores Follow TrodiTion
lT wos reolly no surprise. The
sophomores enTered The yeor
wiTh Their TrodiTionol job: 'lThe
Like mony sophomore closses
before Them, These girls hdd
The opporTuniTy To chdllenge
Their dbiliTy dnd muscle power
in seTTing up ond Tdking down
choirs for ossemblies.
AfTer Their firsT ddy ouT on The
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job, o Troubadour sToff poll
wos Token. The cldss wos
osked how They felT obouT fol-
lowing in The TrddiTion of seT-
Ting up choirs? 8296 of The
sophomores wonTed To conTin-
ue wiTh The TrddiTion, while 1896
l'Doing The choirs is only foir.
Everyone before us did iT ond
everyone dfTer us will. Follow-
ing TrddlTion is fun," commenT-
ed Anne Grisboch. On The oTh-
er hond Sdndro Henkels felT
ThdT freshmen should hove The
"privilege" TogeTher The en-
Tire Sophomore Cldss showed
o skill QT Their Teomwork by us-
ing The dssembly line Tech-
Finolly The job wos done. WiTh
gredT relief The sophomores
possed down This privilege.
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Sophomores Prepare For The
"Preparing for The Cherry Blos-
som is The main acTiviTy of The
year for The sophomores,"
sTaTed Alyssa Ramsby.
Because There was so much in-
volved in pulling off a success-
ful dance, The sophomores or-
ganized several commiTTees.
Among Them were band,
food, and decoraTion commiT-
Tees. The differenT groups
showed Their inTeresT in a suc-
cessful dance by planning,
meeTing and carrying ouT The
ideas suggesTed by The class.
Joanna Mancini, a member of
The band commiTTee sTaTed
ThaT They inTerviewed several
bands and afTer a few inTer-
views came To a final decision.
The commiTTee of 7 members
TogeTher wiTh Ms. Emily John,
booked The band, Clone.
LoreTTa Reyes, Beverley Mar-
shall and JaneT Maez, some
members of The decoraTions
commiTTee felT ThaT being in-
volved in decoraTions was fun.
LoreTTa commenTed, "IT gives
me a chance To show and car-
ry ouT my creaTiviTy." The
decoraTions commiTTee meT
one To Three Times a week aT
firsT and Then They Transformed
Their ideas info realiTy on The
day before The dance. Their
agenda consisTed of choosing
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of what she likes. 'll like long dresses but
feel a short one will be more appropriate
because the dance is semi-formal," she
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4 Claudia De La Flor feels receiving her Incense is one responsibility she does not mind having However it didn T lake
long To fund that a car could be used as effeclrve leverage by parenls To malnlann good grades
Sophs + Drivers License 2 Fun
MusTong, Mercedes, MG.,
RXZ, Bug, BMW ond DdTsun
280-Z were some of The cdrs
The sophomores were expecf-
ing To receive when They be-
gdn To drive. qOf course, whoT
They would receive wos d dif-
When d Troubadour survey
wos Token, The girls were
osked if They were going To
geT Their license before The
end of The sophomore yeor.
9096 would ond were very
hoppy obouf iT, while The oTher
'IO96 hod To woiT unTil dfTer
June for Their l6Th birThddy.
Cynfhio Kremer pldnned To re-
ceive her own cdr when she
goT her license, ds did 5696 of
The Sophomore Closs. The oTh-
er 4496 would hove some Type
of occess To o cdr. "When I
geT my license, my sisTer ond I
will be shdring Cl cdr," sTdTed
Overoll, mosT of The girls
looked forword To The privilege
of driving ond The freedom ci
cdr would provide. One soph-
omore summed up The feelings
of dImosT everyone when she
sold, "I don'T core whoT kind of
cor I geT GS long os iT runslng'
Q Mdrio Gonzalez explained Thof
her personolized license plciTe cosT
S2500 ond, "Was worfh every
penny." Mosf sophomores felf ThoT
The exfro cosf wos 0 smoll price To
poy for individuoIiTy.
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music loving teenagers During the recession the music industry did all it could
to keep selling records
lT's Rock Or lT's NoThing AT All
Since The sociol lives of The
sophomores wos resTroined by
o TighT budgeT ond limiTed
TronsporToTion mony found
eosily occessible enTerToin-
menT in populor music. ln o sur-
vey Token omong The sopho-
mores, rock wos overwhelm-
ingly The mosT populor Type of
music, followed by new wove,
disco ond finolly mellow.
This survey olso reveoled ThoT
7596 of The sTudenTs spenT SO-
STO, T596 spenT STO-S20 ond
The oTher T096 spenT over S20
o monTh on records ond Topes.
This omounT vorled depending
upon where people boughT re-
cords ond if They were on sole.
Some of The differenT ploces
The girls oTTended To lisTen To
live music were The Ice House,
STorwood, Troubodour ond
Morilyn's BocksTreeT Disco. Of
The sophomores who enjoyed
going ouT To These nighT spoTs,
mosT of Them sToTed ThoT They
oTTended shows Two To Three
Times o monTh.
The girls were willing To Trovel
To see well known os well os
less known bonds such os
Oingo Boingo. Rides from boy-
friends, friends ond porenTs
were omong The meThods girls
wiThouT drivers licenses used To
geT To concerTs. Some of The
fomous nomes They wenT To
see were: Devo, Led Zepplin,
ACXDC, PoT BenoTor ond Von
Holen. Some fovoriTe buT un-
known groups They would Trov-
el To see were: Clone, CiTy
LighTs, Smile ond The J.J.'s.
Eleno Sclofoni sToTed, "l would,
if I hod To, woiT oll nighT or doy
To see my fovoriTe group,
Devo. l'd even Trovel os for os
Son Diego." Liz Arreogo ex-
pressed similor feelings. "I
would Trovel olmosT onywhere
in Collfornio To see my fovoriTe
group, The Corsi'
Neil Young summed iT up besT.
l'My, my, hey, hey, rock ln' roll
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yJulie Scofield, Krislie Casay,
Carmen Ramos and Cindy
Danne enjoy Their lunch oulside
by the Trees. Mosf freshmen,
however were seen spending
Their Iunchlime in The cofeleria.
A Freshmdn ls. . .
"A liTTle person in o big pond," clossroom To geT in." "They're preTTy friendly ond
is whoT freshmon, Jeoneffe Ar- "Knows The whole Almo eoger To be someone's
chomboulT replied To The ques- lvloTer." friend."
Tion "WhoT is d Freshmon?" "They were cool when we "Hos on orgonized folder,
When upperclossmen were were Them, buT, noT ond doesn'T scribble on iT."
osked The some quesTion, onymore." "Obeys The rules. someTimes
however, They expressed "Someone you con pick on." They lock individuoliTy,
somewhdf differenl feelings, "A sTudenT who feels The They're Too conforming."
like. . . blow from chonging from o "They're so ofroid of
hoT-shoT eighTh groder, To everybody Thof They're
"A freshmon is green, like o o boTTom of The line ninTh nice!"
frog." groderf' l'They know The sTudenT
'lSTill reods Teen-BeoT "EoTs lunch in The cofeleriof' hondbook inside-ouT."
lvlogozinef' "Weors eiTher no moke-up, or "A freshmon is jusT like
"Knocks on The door of o Too much." onybody elsel"
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Freshmen were enThusiosTic obouT offending donces from The very beginning of The school yeor.
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4 Andrea Falvy and Tonya Foote clean blackboards after school for service hour credits. Five
of service to the school is required each semester.
Frosh Develop AlTer Hour AcTiviTies
"WhaT did I do afTer school
when I was a freshman? I wenT
home, did my homework, and
waTched T.V.," recalled a ju-
A Typical day for freshmen To-
day was Tough. BuT, whaT hap-
pened afTer school was ouT?
For mosT, Their school day con-
Tinued, as many claimed To
have spenT Two, Three, or even
four hours afTer school on
lVlosT, however, had many oTh-
er- inTeresTs and hobbies To
keep Them busy, such as:
cheerleading, dog showing,
drawing, gardening, and jazz
dancing. Barbara James said
ThaT she spenT some of her free
hours 'iguy woTching" and
Some freshmen were involved
in youTh groups aT Their
churches which on weekends,
parTicipaTed in dances, roller
skaTing, and youTh masses.
Q Caroline Arens and Heidi Wassef pa-
TienTly waiT for Their bus To come. For
one Third of The class, The bus is The
only way of TransporTaTion To and from
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9 Class officers Kelley Johnson,
Rayette Brown, and Yvette Pardo,
listen to freshmen suggestions at a
class meeting. The freshmen spent
two class meetings discussing in-
duction. Not pictured is vice-presi-
dent, Monique Williams.
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"Striving to reach the top,"
and, "Just being the bestl"
were some of the goals the
freshman class officers had.
Throughout the year, Yvette
Pardo Cpresj: Monique Williams
Cvice-presj: Kelley Johnson
Qsecj: and Rayette Brown
Qtreasj met with their modera-
tor Miss Linda Germany, to plan
activities. One of their goals
was to get a D.J. for a dance,
a new activity for freshmen.
When asked if they would pos-
sibly run again in the future, the
officers weren't sure, as it had
been 'la lot of work," said Kel-
ley Johnson. For Rayette
Brown, her position as class
treasurer was good exper-
ience towards her goal of be-
coming an accountant.
The girls ran for office for var-
ious reasons, all hoping to
make a difference and have,
above all, a fun year.
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freshmen business after a class meeting. Among the ideas discussed at class meetings was a possible freshman
dance to get a head start raising money for next year's Cherry Blossom.
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Q Elizabeth Obberiter, Cathy Carrajal, Kathleen McSweeny, Theresa Barcelos, Magi Dolen and Bridgia McCann sing their
version of "I Wanna Walk With You," during an assembly for the school walk. The song was to help promote spirit and
involvement in the walk.
SpiriT Needs Time
Being new aT Alverno, The
freshmen were noT used To The
enThusiasm shared by all The
refurning sTudenTs. Mary FinTon,
a junior, commenTed, "The
freshmen have spiriT, buT They
need To geT involved, such as
aTTending The games and par-
TicipaTing in exTracurricuiar ac-
TiviTies." Only 3896 of The fresh-
men feIT ThaT They had enough
spiriT To carry Them Through The
year, while The remaining 6296
felT They did noT. Susan Emer-
son reflecTed, "More supporT
from The upper grades would
really pep-up The Freshmen
Class." Maureen Murphy
summed iT up besf. "All we
need is a liTTIe more Time."
A sTrong feeling expressed by
freshmen was The need for
more acTiviTies. YveTTe Pardo
suggesTed, "We should geT
crazy and have a picnic."
Bake sales, dances and more
rallies were oTher suggesTions.
AnoTher aspecT which The
freshmen felT dampened Their
enThusiasm, was Their inabiliTy
To uniTe. Tonya FooTe summed
iT up: "I would geT exiTed buT
hardly anyone else does."
Their school spiriT was dis-
played in oTher areas, such as
The walk-a-Thon Theme song
and dances. Their parficipa-
Tion in dances, which was 7796.
showed ThaT They had eifher
school spiriT or a keen lnTeresT
in La Salle boys. gi
Q Monique Williams and Maria
Chaure pracfice Their aerobic
dance rouTine for P.E. Creafive as
well as required dance sfeps were
facTors They had To consider when
making Their rouTine.
Anne Marie Parent
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posing Team during a freshman P.E.
Tournament The Tournamenf which in-
volved every freshman, gave Them all
The opporTuniTy To experience Team
Freshmen Exercise Gpinions
Running, bumping, Throwing
ond exercising were some of
The ocTiviTies of The mondoTory
P.E. closs. When osked, 3504, of
The freshmen felf Thol P.E.
should noT be mdnddTory.
Denise Tinker commenfed,
'iSome people do noT like
sporTs ocTiviTies ond should noT
be forced To porTicipoTe in This
Some, however, sold They
would hove Token iT onywdy
since physicdl exercise is o ne-
cessiTy. As on olTerndTive To
everydoy sporTs, The oerobic
donce cldss dssured The fresh-
men of good exercise roulines,
such os worm-ups, cdrdio-vds-
culor exercises ond reloxdTion
Techniques To finish up. Al-
Though iT wos Tough leorning
The roufines, The freshmon
closs enjoyed The ddncing ds
well os The sporTs ocTiviTies.
Gem Morie Gonzoles com-
menTed, "The donce cldss is
fun: iT helps me relox ond iT's d
chonge from sporTs." gf
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9 Agnes Paladino, Maria Le-
saca, Michele Beresford and
Diana Echeverry wafch while
an aerobic dance was being
performed by fellow slu-
denfs. A A day a week P.E.
class was a change for mosf
freshman from a 'l day a
week class in grade school.
lT's JusT The Beginning
The freshmen finolly mode iT To
high school ofTer oll Those yeors
in grode school. They could
chew gum wiThouT being Told
To Throw iT in The Trosh. Also,
mokeup could be worn wiTh-
ouT Teochers moking Them
wosh iT off. Donces were o
new Thing Too. IT felT good To
know ThoT The guy who osked
you To donce wos eiTher your
oge or older, noT younger.
Along wiTh dll The good Things,
The freshmen hod To odjusT To
The less pleosing ones. They
were oT The boTTom, no longer
big 8Th groders. Becky Flores
sold, "IT wos like we fell To The
boTTom of o long lodder." They
olso hod To odjusf To The new
sysTem of Alverno. Closses,
friends, ond finols were only o
few chonges. To mony of The
freshmen The mojor chonge
wos The dbsence of guys. Cin-
dy Donne sToTed Thof "people
osked me why l would wonT To
go To on oll girls school?"
Those who sTuck iT ouf wiTh oll
The "good" ond Hood", hod
nexT yeor To look forword To.
Freshmen sold They were look-
ing forword To porTies os well
os donces, The Cherry Blossom
ond driving. The Thing They
looked forword To mosT wos
moving up ThoT high school
lodder ond being oble To
"knock oround nexT yeors
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ENSATICDN FACULTY 8: ACADEMICS ONE
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sENsArioN oNE siNeuLAr2 SENSAT
AIverno's facuily, anlicipaiing The siudenis
needs of The future were able To improve and
explore various academic areas. Mrs. Shelia Hoff-
man, science Teacher commented, "The new
oceanography class was an expansion of The
required biology. If was for ihose who wished To
explore a specific area of bioiogy." This in Turn,
provided 'rhe siudenis with insighi inio opportuni-
iies in conlinued educaiion or work in a compell-
Siudenis were exposed io challenges such as
achieving good grades. Yei, The facully paid
special ailenlion To and encouraged The slu-
denis' creaiivily and expression. Paily lvlarlinez
explained, "The fun Thai I have in some classes
eases The Tension of school work." :gf
Llunior Emily Telles scrambles for her nofes during her U.S.
History class. Mrs. Heukrodi used video Tapes To help bring
hislorial eras To life.
Faculty 8: Academics 109
AdminisTraTion Speaks OuT
Sr. Madeline Clancey, C.S.J.
and Ms. Barbara Brown were
The hearT of The adminisTraTion.
TogeTher, They worked vigor-
ously To build uniTy and inde-
pendence for The enTire sTu-
Sr. Madeline, in her second
year as principal, expressed a
desire To reTurn To Teaching
chemisTry and physics. Her op-
TimisTic goals This year were,
'TTo conTinue To develop pro-
gram sTudies by working wiTh
Teachers and sTudenTs on Their
educaTional goals and To give
The sTudenTs opporTuniTies To
appreciaTe each oTher."
Ms. Brown had been here Thir-
Teen years and noTiced ThaT
The sTudenTs had become
more serious in Terms of sTudy-
ing. Some of her goals were To
have everyone's behavior im-
prove so ThaT blue slips would
noT exisT. This could be accom-
plished by making The sTudenTs
become aware of and prac-
Tice self-discipline. She also ex-
pressed an inTeresT for unsche-
duled Time To be used wisely.
When asked if she missed
Teaching, she smile and com-
menTed, "Yes, buT l don'T miss
correcTing papers." Q'
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4 In consTanT demand, Ms. Brown Takes Time ouT To help BeTsy WinegarT.
Counseling and scheduling are jusT a few of The Things ThaT make up Ms.
.AlThough conTinually busy, Sr. Madeline Takes Time To meeT wiTh sTudenTs
regarding school work and fuTure goals. Liliana Troya gets help on a school
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4 MeeTings To discuss school progress ond stu-
denT dworness ore on irnporTonT porT of odminis-
TroTion. Sr. Modeline ond Ms. Brown meeT To dis-
cuss The loTesT evenTs concerning The school.
1 Sr. Madeline hondles one of The rnony colls
from DOYGDTS, CoordinoTing pdrenT ond sTudenT
needs is o lorge porT of her job.
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v Ms Morgorei Redd works on her hobby of sfoining gloss This porhcuior window wos done in copper foil ond Took o week To
Mrs. Kathi Boiley-Moth, English
Ms. Angelo Bonjo-English
Mrs. Lono Croig-Foreign
Ms. Morion Finn-Religion
Ms. Lindo Germany-English.
Mrs. Koihy Heudrodi-Sociol
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A Mrs. Sheila Hoffman-Science
g M' Ms. Maria losue-Social STudies
Teachers Enjoy Diversified Hobbies
ln addiTion To being devoTed
insTrucTors, Teachers occupied
Their spare Time working wiTh
assorTed hobbies. Once The
clocks sTruck 2:20 The Teachers
were free To geT involved wiTh
Their hobbies. MosT Teachers
spenT Time wiTh such ouT-of-
school acTiviTies as cooking,
sewing, arT and physical fiT-
ness. Mrs. Marcia Urbina had a
flair for folkdancing while SisTer
RuTh Marie Ingram O.S.F. and
Ms. Angela Bonja enjoyed cro-
cheT and macrame. Mrs. Lana
Craig spenT over Twelve hours
a week aT The YWCA, pracTic-
ing and insTrucTing gymnasTics,
as well as going To NauTilus
WeighT Training Three Times a
On The average, Teachers
spenT from one To four hours a
week working wiTh Their hob-
bies. MosT of The hobbies origi-
naTed from personal inTeresT.
Miss MargreT Redd aTTended
adulT educaTion classes in-or-
der To learn The making of sTain
glass windows. To perfecT old
and new Techniques, she aT-
Tended classes conTinually
ThroughouT The year. Miss Redd
made many Things which she
had given as gifTs, in addiTion
To Things she had placed in her
When asked if making sTained
glass windows was difficulT, she
answered wiTh a sTrong "yesl "
Then added, "you can never
do iT when you are Tired be-
cause you'll do iT wrong." Then
she sTaTed ThaT in order for The
window To Turn ouT perfecT
you musT be very alerT and pa-
TienT for each sTep depends on
The accuracy of The previous
Though Miss Redd specialized
in lead glass and loose window
sTyles, such as hanging win-
dows, her currenT projecT was
The base of a lamp.
Hobbies can Tell a loT obouT a
person and so iT's unforTunaTe
ThaT This side of The facuITy was
never seen aT school. Q
Faculty 1 13
Ms. Emily John-Religion
Ms. Pam Jones-Foreign
Ms. Sally Kendall-P.E., Mafh
Idiosyncrosies Become Known
Like everyone else, Teachers
had special TraiTs and phrases
which seT Them aparT from The
crowd. Cerfain qualifies in
Teachers made Them unique
and special To everyone on
campus. As iT was wiTh every-
day friends, sTudenTs became
familiar and comforfable wiTh
These habiTs and TraiTs of Their
insTrucTors. MaTch The following
idiosyncrasies To The correcT
Teachers To see how well you
paid aTTenTion during The year.
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NAME: ,. DATE'
MaTch The following:
,-4. Miss PeTerson
32. Mr. OTTen
-3. Sr. Barbara
-4. Miss Finn
15. Mrs. N. Hoffman
To. Mrs. Urbina
77. Miss losue
"This is noT necessary."
"WaTch' ya Think'n honey'?"
"QuieT, Quiet l'm noT going To
Teach unTil iT's quieT.-"
l'RibiT"-had never worn a dress
'iWool" 84 l'Drop 'em."
"You musT ennunciaTe."
Drinks Schweps wafer.
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v Mrs. Lana Craig helps Translate a story for her class. Reading Spanish stories is a requirement for Spanish lil.
Mrs. Pat McDonald-Ari
Mr. John Oifen-Business
Sr. Barbara Mullen S.H.C.-
Sr. Ann Korfhals, I.H.M.-Religion
Faculiy- 1 15
Did You Ever l-ldve To. . .
STudenTs from oll four closses
were osked To sifT Through Their
posT school yeors ond recoil
ony unusudl ossignmenTs They
hod been given. lvlony quickly
filled ouT Their surveys wiTh o
wide vorieTy of creofive os-
signmenTs ond The following
ore some of Their recollecTions.
"Drew o picTure of o
"Bring mushrooms To closs."
"Perform o Togo donce To
CounT The squore Tiles of o
Spy on moTher for Two hours
Foke hoving P.E."
PreTend To be o roT To be
used in on experimenT."
l?ewriTe o scene of 'Gone
Wifh The Wind' TO The 5O'S."
Tell whof iT would be like To
swollow o gold fish."
Anolyze o child's
VVriTe while lisfening To
'Whip lT." music."
"Drow o picTure wiTh Typing PreTend To be one of The
keys." chemicol elemenTs ond do
'lPreTend To be o member of o donce."
The opposife sex." "Give o Theory on how To
l'WriTe wiTh Twigs." exploin The focfs of life To
' Dorio Mercurio, Trocey Firsf, Colleen Mitchell. ond
Colhy Hormonn perform 0 Togo donce To "Whip lf" for
Ms. Angelo Bonjds dromo closs. The donce proved To
be on enjoyoble experience.
P Wifh o liTTIe imoginofion, Chrisfmos Trees con be
hond-mode. Nicole Willioms ond Morio Rose consfrucf
o very unique one mode of chemislry equipment
o nine yeor old child."
"Build o model of on oTom
wiTh condy ond
"Do o foshion show wiTh
"lmogine being in onoTher
'Bring o joke To closs."
i'PreTend To be on onT ond
go Through o peoch piT."
As These ossignmenTs were re-
colled, so were The enTerToin-
menT ond inTeresT exper-
ienced. They were o source of
enrichmenT To closses, os well
os To sTudenTs ond Teochers.
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Ms Morrorw Peterson-Emgrrsh, Colrege
Ms Morgore-H2ec1d'Scremce Mom
Mrs Phyllis Dee-O-Glee
Sr Regrruo Shougrwmessy-Emglrsh
Ms Carlo Tomosofmglnsh
Mrs Marcia UrDrnofMoTh
Mrs Borboro Zofomfe-'Moth
and Kelly falrlsx'
goo! being on
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v Sr. Joanne Connors works steadily making the absentee sheets for the day. Along with fulfilling this task, Sr. Joanne also does the
registrar work as well as counseling, Although a new staff member, she feels welcomed and enjoys her job.
An important part of making a
school function properly were
the people who worked on
staff. The new faces on staff
were Sr. Joanne Connors
I.H.M., who worked in the of-
fice, and Mr. Ed Hicks who
worked in the cafeteria pre-
paring lunch for hungry stu-
dents. Mrs. Betty Quayle,
though she's been a staff
member for 3 years, took on
the new position of being the
Before coming to Alverno, Sr.
Joanne worked as a chaplin at
Queen of the Valley Hospital.
She stated HI like working here
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Staff Is A Key Element
very much, I find it to be a chal-
lange. I especially like the
aliveness and the spirit the girls
have had the learning process
that's taking place. I find it a
Mr. Hicks was the food and
beverage director at the Best
Western Gala Motel. He re-
sponded, "lt's crazy: it's pleas-
ant, there's no pressure and
the girls are very nice."
Mr. Mike Chaplin, president of
the Parents Association as well
as vice-president Donald
Schimmoller, treasurer John
Floryan and secretary Rosali
Barili, had many festivities
planned, such as the steak fry
and square dance planned for
Bingo, the biggest fund raiser,
was held on Monday nights
and brought in an average of
425 people to play and ap-
proximately S25,000 at the
end of the year. A Christmas
dance, "l'm Dreaming of a
White Christmas," was held on
December 6, 4980. Thelma Tin-
ker comented l'the food was
very good as well as the
. 'ur K,
Li C2 for
Mr. Jose Alcarez-Maintenance
Mrs. Nancy Ambrose Bookkeeper
Mrs, Pat Buccola-Secretary
Fr. John Cremins-Chaplin
Sr. Joanne Connors, l.H.M.-Attendance
Mr. Ed Hicks-Food Director
Sr. Ruth Marie Ingram, O.S.F.-Librarian
Mrs. Betty Quayle-Advancement Director
Mr. Jose Santana-Maintenance
"""' Q Mr. Ed Hicks prepares food for many
hungry students. Compared to Mr. Hicks'
previous job, preparing food for a small
number of students is easy.
Academics Changing And Rearr
The Arf DeparTmenT de-
creased noT only in classes and
Teachers, buf in The number of
sTudenTs as well. Craff Design,
Basic Arf and Advanced ArT
were once again offered and
The only new class was Arf
Awareness. This program was
added To give a sense of The
purpose and hisTory of The arT
of man To each sTudenT.
A decrease in sTudenT enroll-
menf in The arT courses resulf-
ed in a smaller number of
classes. STudenTs found iT diffi-
culT To fiT Their choice of arT
course in Their heavy schedule.
Mrs. PaT MacDonald, The only
Teacher in The deparTmenT,
seemed To be opfimisfic. "The
deparTmenT ran as smoofhly as
ever, jusT on a smaller scale.
ln addiTion To Typing I and ll
and Accounfing, The Business
DeparTmenT expanded by
adding a ShorThand class. Sfu-
denfs Took dicTaTions, per-
formed drills and reading exer-
cises. Many of The sTudenTs dis-
covered Thaf This class re-
quired as many as Two or Three
hours of homework each nighf.
Emphasis was placed on skills
because sTudenTs would have
use for Them in careers or
school: Thus much pracTice
New Typing equipmenT con-
sisfed of four IBM Correcfing
Selecfric TypewriTers. The de-
parTmenT paid approximafely
S800 for each of These ma-
chines because "They were
The besT made", sTaTed Mr.
John OTTen, The deparTmenT's
only Teacher. ul Think Typing ll
was a challenge because iT
furfhered my abilify in The busi-
ness world", said a junior.
4 CreaTiviTy is an imporTanT parf of any arf course. Araceli ZaraTe displays one of
The Types of masks which arT sTudenTs are required To make.
Q ConcenTraTing on a business leTTer, Laura Nochella keeps her eyes on The Type-
wriTer. ConcenTraTion is a necessify in order To perform well in The course. One junior
in Typing ll says, "WlThouT concenTraTion, your fingers go crazy!"
v Through the use of small group instruction. lvls. Angela Bonja explains grammar Techniques to her freshmen students. Both
grammar and literature is stressed in the department, especially for the freshmen.
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Modern and Classical Novels
were two new classes added
to the English Department. The
students enrolled read and dis-
cussed novels both in class and
individually. Reports were an
important part of these two
courses as the students re-
searched and reported on the
novels they read. ln addition to
literature, freshmen were re-
quired to take a grammar
course. This new method sup-
plied them with a solid base for
upperclass english courses.
Sr. Regina Shaughnessy was
the only new addition to the
department. She taught soph-
omore and freshmen english as
well as American and English
The overall emphasis of this de-
partment was placed on writ-
ing and reading skills to assure
better performance in compo-
sition. When asked to com-
ment, Ms. Linda Germany said,
"The members of the English
Department were dedicated
to developing a strong foun-
dation in writing skills and the
understanding and apprecia-
tion of literature." Kg
The Foreign Language DeparT-
menT neiTher added nor de-
leTed classes. Language offer-
ings included Spanish and
French, levels I Through IV. Mrs.
Nicole Hoffman Tackled The job
of Teaching all of The French
classes, while Ms. Pam Jones
and Mrs. Lana Craig shared The
responsibiliTy of Teaching The
Spanish classes. Ms. Jones
commenTed ThaT her goal
was, "To geT sTudenTs To ac-
quire an undersTanding of The
Spanish language and The
people, To The poinT ThaT They
would wanT To conTinue sTudy-
ing The language, and under-
sTand ThaT people are all alike,
in spiTe of Their language bar-
riers." The classes covered The
sTrucTure of The language as
well as The culTural aspecTs5l7
The MaTh DeparTmenT added
CompuTer Programming To iTs
IisT of classes. STudenTs worked
wiTh four micro compuTers and
one prinTer compuTer. The
classes consisTed mainly of up-
per classmen. Several advan-
Tages of This new class were
The acTuaI experiences of
working wiTh compuTers and
ThaT led To more job opporTuni-
Mrs. Barbara ZafonTe was The
new addiTion To The deparT-
menT, while Ms. Sally Kendall,
P.E. Teacher, picked up an Al-
gebra I class. Mrs. Marcia Ur-
bina was asked To commenT
on her goals as a Teacher and
she replied, "I wanT The major-
iTy of my sTudenTs To develop a
self-confidence in Their abiIiTy
To analyze I'T1QTh."g
Q Julie Scofield finds Thai Spanish I class is enjoyable as well as a loT of hard
Spanish I classes concenTraTe on grammar To insure success in The upper
. Compuler Programming proves To be a differenf addition To The currenT
courses. Geri Segal works inTenTly on her calculafions,
v P.E. classes encourage team effort and unity among the partici-
pants. Getting "warmed up" for an intramural volleyball game, the
players practice setting the ball,
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Soccer, cross country and
swimming were some extra-
curricular sports cut from the
budget of the P.E. Department
due to inflation. Some contin-
ued activities were volleyball,
aerobic dancing, badminton
and basketball. The classes
were basically full of freshmen,
though there were some soph-
omore, junior and senior aids to
help Miss Sally Kendall, the de-
partment's only instructor.
When asked if she would join
again if some of the deleted
sports were re-instated. a ju-
nior replied, "Definately. I en-
joyed it last year."
Q Students in Algebra I constantly work on solving equations. As Mrs. Barbara Zafonte explains the proper steps to take.
Students diligently take notes,
AT regisTraTion lasT spring, sTu-
denTs were given a wide
range of courses To choose
from in The Religion DeparT-
menT. A ToTal of 12 new
courses were offered by The
four members of The deparT-
menT. UlTimaTely, DeaTh and
Dying, World Religions and Reli-
gion in Work and Word were
offered due To The posiTive sTu-
denT response aT regisTraTion.
DeaTh and Dying exposed The
sTudenTs To The hardships ThaT
are faced when a loved one
dies, as well as The accep-
Tance of deaTh. Sr. Anne KorTh-
als' goal for her class was "To
show ThaT deaTh is only The
oTher side of life."
Though World Religions was
considered a new course, iT
had been offered Two years
ago. This class explored The
beliefs in religions noT only
found in The UniTed STaTes buf
in foreign counTries as well. Ju-
dism, Hinduism, Buddhism and
The sociology of oTher religions
As in previous years, a sTudy of
The Old TesTamenT, MoraliTy,
WhaT The Church Teaches,
ChrisTian Life STyles and Chris-
Tian Service conTinued. g
The Science DeparTmenT ad-
ded Oceanography, EarTh Sci-
ence and AsTronomy To The lisT
of courses which already con-
sisTed of ChemisTry, Biology,
Human Anafomy and Physiol-
ogy. The new classes were
welcomed by The sTudenTs
who showed greaT inTeresT in
These courses. BeTsy Winegarf
ThoughT ThaT Oceanography
Q Mrs. Susan Brice, a long Term-subsTiTuTe for Mrs. KaThy HeukrodT, elaboraTes on
a correcT answer for one of The U.S. HisTory projecTs. Before coming To Alverno.
Mrs. Brice worked as an insTrucTional aide aT Glendale High School.
would prove To be inTeresTing
and replied ThaT "IT would be
fun since iT deals wiTh The
EarTh Science was an in-depTh
sTudy of The earTh's conTenT
and properTies which cause
areas To differ. Oceanography
sTudied The make-up of The
ocean, sea floor coverings and
The animals ThaT live in The sea
waTer which covers almosT 213
of our world. Along wiTh class
discussion and examinaTion of
sea life, The class Took a Trip To
Dana PoinT To see The sea ani-
mals in Their naTural habiTaT. An
explanaTion of sTars and how
They can be used in research-
ing The hisTory of The earTh
could be found in Ms. MargareT
Redd's AsTronomy class.
In summing up, Mrs. Sheila Hoff-
man hoped ThaT The sTudenTs
would leave in June wiTh pleas-
anT feelings, of having had fun
and wiTh having learned some
scienfific concepTs. g
Changes in The Social STudies
DeparTmenT ranged from add-
ing classes To changing Teach-
ers. The new courses offered
were American HisTory Since
'IQ-45, Economics and Psychol-
American HisTory Since 4945
dealT wiTh The evenTs ThaT
have occured since The middle
of The TwenTieTh cenTury. The
Psychology class was The basic
inTroducTion To fundamenfal
Theories and'Techniques of The
field. Specific areas relaTed To
Psychology were also covered
including sTudies of abnormal
psychology and child psychol-
Ms. Maria losue relaTed The de-
parTmenTs goals: "To show sTu-
denTs The value of being in-
formed abouT Their sociefy-
pasT, presenT and fuTure and
To enrich social awareness
ThroughouT The campus." tif
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pleasanT weafher afforded Miss Emily John The opponuniiy To Teach her sophomore religion class on The Terrace. "Having
class ouTside helps me To Think beTTer and helps me To feel closer To Gad," was one sTuclenTs reacTion To The ouTdoor class.
in WiTh The big "choose Iife" sign on The back wall of The biology lab, sophomores IisTen To Mrs. Sheila
l-loTfman's lecTure on mitosis. Biology laid The foundaTion for The eIecTive science courses Taken in The
junior and senior years.
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126-Organlzcflons 8: Sports
SENSATICDN ONE SINGULAR SEN,
qGlee Club members Aho
Sevillo, Michele Adoms,
Kothy lvlitcheltree, Jill Red-
mond ond Pom G-otes per-
form their song ond donce
routine, "You're Never Fully
Dressed Without o Smile"
during the Freshmen induc-
ln order to shore their common obilities ond inter-
ests, Alverno students gothered in clubs, teoms,
ond other orgonizotions, stoying until ldte hours of
the ofternoon for meetings ond proctices. lvlony
of these girls wonted to be involved in the school
becouse they Uwonted to creote unity ond
school spirit." Clubs ond teoms mode Alverno
more thon just on 8:30 to 2:20 school. They gove
students o chonce to be involved in whot inter-
ested them most. Susie Fisher sold, HI enjoy Stu-
dent Council becouse I con become more in-
volved with students ond foculty in order to pro-
mote o better school yeor." Others wonted to
moke use of their tolents ond obilities. Between
songs during o dromo proctice, Korlo Kurzweil
stoted, "Dromo ond Glee Club give me o
chonce to express myself. They olso give me the
opportunity to use my tolentsf' Overoll, the clubs
ond orgonizotions gove students the chonce to
unite while they porticipoted in extrd-curriculor
QAmy Huber ond Corlo Mothis set up o GAA representitive
holding ci sign soyin , i'We wont oul" GAA, the lor est club
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on compus, plonned mony octivites ond fund roisers to sup-
port the teoms.
Organizations 8: Sports
ExecuTive Council Makes lTs Mark
The Alverno STudenT Body Offi-
cers were The link befween The
faculTy and The sTudenTs. They
had To find ouT whaT The sTu-
denTs wanTed and presenf The
requesfs To Ms. Pam Jones, The
A.S.B. moderaTor. TogeTher,
Ms. Jones and The five sTudenT
body officers worked To carry
ouT The expressed desires of
The sTudenT body.
One of The firsT acTiviTies ThaT
The officers worked on was The
Sadie Hawkins Dance. Their
creaTiviTy was evidenT in The
wesfern facade of posfers,
hay, sawdusf and a bar com-
pIeTe wiTh saloon girls. The offi-
cers also worked on The firsT
joinT Chrisfmas Dance wiTh La
Salle, The Sno-ball.
Officers Laura Ruggles, Lourdes
ViTa, Michele Lee STeger, Peg-
gy Kinney and Kafhy Bohler
were responsible for coordi-
naTing The sTudenT acTiviTies on
campus, and To conTinually
search for new ideas.
When Michele Sfeger was
asked if she would run again if
she had The chance. she re-
plied, "Yes I would definiTely
run again. lT's been Tough aT
Times, buT when an acTiviTy
was successful and The sTu-
denTs were happy iT was worTh
Social Chairperson Peggy Kin-
ney was asked why she ran for
office. "I ran for The office To
open myself To classes oTher
Than seniors: kindle a school
spiriT of unify and improve
communicaTions on campus."
4 STudenT body officers Michele Sieger Qsecjfresjg Laura Ruggles fpresj: Kafhy Bohler QGAA rep.j: and Peggy Kinney
Qsocial chairpersonj, lisfen To suggesfions from STudenT Council members abouf The upcoming La SaIlefAlverno Christmas
Dance. STudenT Council meetings were held every Monday of 2:30 and were open To all sfudenfs. fnof picfuredj Lourdes
128 Student Body Officers
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Q Lourdes Vita speaks at the Thanksgiving Prayer Service.
4 one of the many events in which the A.S.B. officers involve
the student body.
v Jill Garrigan helps the A.S.B. officers prepare for the
L l Sadie Hawkins dance. The preparations required the ef-
forts of many Student Council members.
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4 Michele Steger puts up the September calendar so that the students would be informed about the events of the
opening days of school as soon as they returned from summer vacation.
Student Body Ofiicers 129
Building SpiriT Physicdlly
The lorgesT ocTive orgonizoTion
on compus, G.A.A., "whipped
iT good", occording To Borbero
Fleming. Their slogon "whip iT"
expressed Their incenTive To
rouse enThusiosm ond porTici-
poTion in sporTs on compus.
The club's officers KoThy Bohler,
ElviriTo Vero, Amy Huber, Mor-
iolyce Pedersen, Corlo MoThis
ond Mory Villorruel, worked
wiTh opproximoTely fourTy-five
oTher members on vorious oc-
TiviTies ThroughouT The yeor.
During lunch Time meeTings in
The P.E. room, club members
plonned poke soles, The Hol-
loween HounTed House ond
The mosT exciTing evenT for The
G.A.A. wos The spring SporTs
When KoThy Bohler wos osked
To idenTify her club's gool she
replied They wonTed, "To pro-
moTe school spiriT, inciTe more
involvemenT ond enThusiosm,
ond To olso To hove more
sporTs recogniTion on com-
9 lvlondy Downer ond Liso Moyer work
To beof The clock To finish The block
ond while room in The HdunTed House
5 FronT row: C. Mofhis Qsporfs photogropherp, E. Vero
Qvice-presj, K. Bohler Qpresj, M. Pedersen fsporTs wriTerj,
M. Villorruel Qsecj, A. Huber QpubliciTy sec.j: second row:
V. ScoTT, K. Mclioul, J. Tweddle, J. Joyce, K. Molloy, M.
Brkich: Third row: S. Websfer, C. Wilber, C. Wilber, T. Ryong
fourTh row: M. G-omblfo, C. Clork, G. PTosinski. B. Durr, E.
Telles, C. Cummings, A. Dozo, E. Cozores. S. Monyhun: fifth
row: lvl. Beresford, H. lVlcAlisTer, M. Downer, A. Thurmon, B.
Fleming, M. Finfon, L. Duersfg bock row: L. Moyer, J. Broud,
S. De Conio, K. Vonderhoor, K. Joyce, lvl. PorfoiT, C,
What exactly is a Tradition?
tradition fire-dlshfanj n. 'l. The
handing down orally of cus-
toms, beliefs, etc., from gen-
eration to generation. 2. a sto-
LetTerman's Club had been a
tradition until a few years ago
when it was discontinued due
To a lack of interest. Many of
the girls involved with-sports
This year approached Coach
Sally Kendall and asked To start
This tradition again. They be-
gan by designing a sweater
that was personalized with
each member's name and
year of graduation,
To be awarded The sweater a
player had To have participat-
ed in five sports, all of Them
being a varsity sport. The club
consisted of 12 members that
elected Kelly McFaul and Jen-
ny Tweddle To lead Them to a
productive year by working
Towards Their goals of expand-
ing The club and promoting
4 Amy Huber can't help but smile as
she receives her Lettermarfs sweater
from Miss Carla Tomaso. The sweaters
were presented at a special assembly
in front of The entire school.
Q Front row: E. Vera. J. Joyce, M. Gear, V. Scott, M.
Downer, C. Mathis: back row: M. Villarruel, J. Tweddle, K.
McFaul, M. Steger, A. Huber, K. Bohler.
Letterman's Club 131
Pep was a loT more Than jusT
cheering aT The games. There
was much Time, work and
money ThaT wenT inTo being a
pepsTer. The girls.sTarTed prac-
Ticing afTer TryouTs and conTin-
ued To pracTice 2 - 3 hours
each week during The year.
In preparaTion for a spiriTed
year, The cheerleaders aT-
Tended a summer camp To
learn abouT new sTyies, chanTs
and rouTines. AT The end of The
four days The squad won firsT
place for The overall evalua-
Tions and also received one
When asked abouT The
squad's goals, Sue De Canio
replied ThaT They, "jusT wanTed
To conTinue To promoTe spiriT
here aT school." 522
5 To encourage school spiriT in Sep-
Tember, The cheerleaders organized a
pep rally. IT was hoped ThaT rallies like
This one would increase aTTendance aT
9 Front row: A. Daza, G. Pfasinski, E.
Cazares, S. Monyhun: back row: M. Au-
zenne, M. Finlon. S. De Canio, K. Van-
PepsTers PromoTe SpiriT
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The Pep Club, headed by Sue
Fisher, meT in The arTroom
Twice a monTh afTer school To
discuss differenT ways in which
To publicize new evenTs, as
well as To promoTe spiriT on
ln order To increase aTTen-
dance aT The games, Sue Fish-
er sTaTed. 'iThaT The more pub-
liciTy we produce The greaTer
The Pep Club's goal of gener-
aTing spiriT among The sTudenTs
and faculTy, involved much
work from The members. Sue
DeCanio sTaTed, "Through The
vibranT posTers and spreading
of enThusiasm by The club, we
were able To increase involve-
menT of The sTudenT body." Q'
Q FronT row: C. Arens, A. ParenT, C.
Wilber. M. OsTi, J. Garrigan, M. Gear. R.
Brown: second row: Y. Pordo, G. PTa-
sinski. L. Ward. L. NordquisT, L. Gonza-
lez, T. CinTron, S. Fisher, B. Durr, E. Ca-
zares, S. Monyhun: back row: M, Pe-
dersen, S. Pereyra. F. Spina. P. Or-
donez, N. Sullivan, P. Kinney, M. Benzle.
J. Joyce. M. Downer, L. Loughner, V.
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PublicaTions Press On
The LiTerary Magazine, Renais-
sance, was a collecTion of
original sTudenT work. This
name was chosen because iT
meanT The rebirTh of classics,
from The dark ages To modern
Times. The sTaff Tried To bring
ouT The rebirTh of The imagina-
Tion of The sTudenTs.
For The Two ediTors and adviser
who puT TogeTher The enTire
magazine, being involved
meanT a loT of hard work. ShorT
134 LiTerary Magazine
sTories, poems and arT work
were submiTTed To ediTors Mar-
gie C-Sear and Daria Mercurio
and adviser Ms. Carla Tomaso
Through boxes in room 'l'l'l and
The library. "We had no prob-
lem geTTing enough enTries,"
AfTer all The enTries were sub-
miTTed, The ediTors and adviser
goT TogeTher and chose whaT
would appear in The maga-
zine. The Renaissance was dis-
TribuTed in The end of April, free
of charge. Q'
4 fronT row: Ms. Tomaso Cadviserjnl. Fuller, B
Louapre. M. Gear Qco-ediTorQ: back row: G
Abry, D. Mercurio, Qco-ediTorj: L. Lawson.
TTing ouT Typographi-
l errors and pasTing
rrecTions over Them.
lia Salido prepares her
al copy. Copy, picTures
d oTher elemenTs were
er pasTed up To com-
Te The layouTs.
Keeping Their ears open and
reading every bulleTin were
good journalisTic habiTs learned
by The Highlander sTaff. They
collecTed The mosT inTeresTing
informaTion from These sources
To wriTe sTories for The newspa-
per. The sTaff Then saT in room
4048 brainsTorming in order To
geT The besT ideas for arTicIes.
The real work began afTer They
decided whaT They were go-
ing To wriTe.
Q Dani Tarquinio, Tammy Danne and Krisfen Fry share Their ideas
for The up coming newspaper issue. Each sTaff member is re-
quired To wriTe one arTicle for each issue.
The Highlander sTaff meT afTer
school usually only four Times a
monTh, because all members
worked aT home wriTing Their
arTicles To meeT Their dead-
lines. PuTTing The paper TogeTh-
er involved: Taking picTures, in-
Terviewing people, wriTing arTi-
cles and pasTlng up The pages.
IT was hoped The paper would
be published six Times during
The year. The Highlander was
aIIoTTed S500 from A.S.B. To
produce The newspaper.
Q fronT row: C. MaThis foo-ediTorj, E. Vera Ceo-ediTorj: sec-
ond row: C. Fuery, S. DelgaTTo, L. Mckeown, D. Tarquinio, K.
Fry, D. Salido, Third row: Ms. louse Codviserj, J. Redmond, D.
Mercurio, M. Klein, A. Turner, M. Pedersen, M. STeger. N. Galle,
S. OsTrowski, P. Kouba.
ls There Life Afier Deadline?
Oh my gosh! We have a final
deadline Tomorrow! l've al-
ready missed The rough dead-
line. lf l'm laTe on This one Too
Mrs. Bailey will kill me! WaiT, IeT
me make sure l'm righT. I
have so much To do. LeT's see, I
have To finish my copy, head-
line and layouT. I can'T find The
sTyle sheeTs and I can'T re-
member how To fiT my head-
line! WhaT am I going To do? All
of This is going To be impossible
To finish on Time. No. I can do iT
if I sTay up all nighT. Maybe l
should call Kelly and ask her To
come over and help me? l sTill
have To crop my picTures and
job sTamp everyThing. Will I
ever geT Through This deadline
wiThouT dying firsT'?'? l'm so be-
hind. . .
If you were a member of The
Troubadour sTaff, These were
a few of The many Thoughfs
which wenT Through your head
jusT before a deadline. The
sTaff consisTed of 20 inexperi-
enced buT eager sophomores,
juniors and seniors and a new
adviser, Mrs. KaThi Bailey. To
overcome Their journalism inex-
perience, half of The sTaff aT-
Tended a week long summer
seminar aT The UniversiTy of
California aT San Diego.
"Our goal was To produce a
creaTive and exciTing record
of The school year", sTaTed
"When l signed up IasT June I
didn'T realize all The hours of
work ThaT would be involved,
buT I knew when The book
would finally come, all The
headaches, frusTraTion and
pressures would all seem
worThwhile," commenTed a
Tired Ann Howells. ,gf
136 Yearbook Staff
Cropping wiTh care, Kelly Wil-
leTT selecTs pictures for iher
spread on The Glee Club.
EquipmenT like croppers
grease pencils were
around when They
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4 CSF. Front row: L. Word, M, Brkich, M.
Schimmoller, G. Ptosinski, M. Vito, L. Poser,
P. Londo, M. Schneider, K. Fry, C, Fuery:
second row: T. Comiling, M. Osti, N. So-
mozzi, K. Pdtei, C. Nordell, D. Tulleners, K.
Kurzweil, H. Alonso QV-Pres.j, M. Lees, N.
Sullivcin, L. Avino: third row: M. Solido, A.
Rodics fTreos.j, A. Huber. M. Geor, E.
Vero, C. Mathis, M. Ramirez, A. Howells, L.
Vito, C. Clark, S. Moscdret, A. McTeogue,
T. Cintron: back row: M. Pedersen, M.
Steger, J. Feeney QPres.j, K. Reinhdrt
v NHS members Potricio Poshich, Steph-
onie Delgotto ond CSF members Corlene
Fuery dnd Lciverd Word discuss the up-
coming Disneylond trip with Jeanette
Feeney. Seven girls went on the trip held
on Sdturdciy, Februdry 20th.
5 NHS. Front row: A. McTeogue, T. Cintron,
S. Moscoret, K. Reinhdrt, J. Feeney, P. Or-
donez, M. Brkich, M, Lees. L. Avino, M.
Steger, M, Geor, A. Howells, M. Ramirez,
C. Nordell, C. Vessey, M. Osti, P. Kinney:
back row: M. Pedersen fPres.j, F. Spina, L.
Vito, C. Cldrk, S. Pereyo, V. Ferrdnte, C.
Mothis, E. Vero, H. Alonso, K. Kurzweil, S.
Delgotto, M. Solido CTreos.j, D. Tulleners,
N. Sullivon, P. Pcishich, A. Rodics, A. Huber,
T. Comiling QSec.j, J. DeClue QV-Pres.j, M.
Tinker, N. Somozzi,
Activities For Achievers
WOW!!! I received A A's ond 2
's now I con be on CSF ond
HS! This will look greot on my
ollege opplicotions. I'm so
roud of myself."
he Notionol Honor Society
nd the Colifornio Scholorship
ederotion were honor soci-
ties thot consisted of those
udents who ochieved o
grode point overoge of 3.2 or
better during o semester. Also
students must complete ot
leost two hours of responsible
service per semester. For those
students wishing to further their
educotion this is o beneficiol in-
gredient for their college oppli-
cotion. Being o port of this or-
gonizotion helps students to
quolify for loco! ond notionol
scholorships ond gronts.
Members met periodicolly in
the Biology Iob, with Jeonette
Feeney the president. The
gools for these clubs were to
help the school to recognize
honor students ond to give
these students o chonce to
become more octive within
their school by doing service
hours ond tutoring people who
need it. When osked why she
joined this club o junior sold,
"Because of the speciol od-
vontoges it hos to offer, it will
open up o better opportunity
to get into coIIege." gg
With some ossistonce from club president Jeonette Feeney, Potricio Poshich fills out her NHS opplicotion for the second
emester os Stephonie Delgotto looks on. Being o life member helped Jeonette get occepted by prestigious colleges such os
orquette ond Creighton.
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Q ing some harmonizing, Pam Gates, Jill Garrigan, Mc
, onnell and Laura Gomez sing, "Give o Little Love
Christmas." These girls were chosen by Mrs. Reed to
g '- P this selection because of their ability.
"lt's just a lot of fun, that's why l
joined Glee Club," said Jeri
Ann Bycott. Sue Webster com-
mented that it helped to exer-
cise her voice for her singing
job. However, most girls joined
the Glee Club because they
just love to sing.
The G-lee Club, which was also
a class, met during third period
140 Glee Club
in the Villa. The 26 members
worked with Director Phyllis
Reed to put on successful pro-
grams such as the Christmas
assembly, carolling at Bullocks.
entertainment at the Altadena
Chamber of Commerce Dinner
Dance and their Annual Vari-
ety Show in May.
Mrs. Reed's goal was to give
the girls the opportunity to en-
joy music and to use the skills
they have learned in possible
Timpone concentrates on her par
Believe - Ave Maria." These two
4 One of two freshmen in the club.
were combined to bring a serious
to the Christmas assembly.
Q Front row: B. Mendoza, J. Bycott, K. Sanello. P. Gates CPres.j,
L. Garcia, K. Timpone, C. Bluefordg second row: Mrs. P. Reed
QDirectorj, A. Sevilla, S. Steele, J. Garrigan, J. Redmond. K,
Mitcheltree. M. Adams: back row: R. Barili, K. Kurzweil, N. Galle,
S. Webster, M. O'Donnell, L. Gomez, R. Sanz.
Q Some choreography adds to the effect of i'Hey Hobo Man,"
sung by Michelle Adams, Kathy Mitcheltree, Kim Sanello and
Jill Redmond at the Freshman Induction. The Glee Club also
sang a rousing rendition of 'Consider Yourself."
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4 Sue Webster adds a moment of
light comedy to the solo at the Christ-
mas assembly. The Glee Club sang a
variety of carols ranging from tradi-
tional religious songs to light-hearted
contemporary ones. A
Q An audience of approximately 500
listens to the result of four weeks of
practice. Students in the back of the
cafeteria complained that they
couldn't hear well because of poor
acoustics and talking schoolmates.
Glee Club 141
"Where's my cosTume? Oh,
geezl I only hove Two minuTes
before my cue To go on sfoge.
I wish I hod Time To siT in The
corner ond go over The words
To my solo."
STudenTs hod o chonce To
show Their TolenTs in "You're ci
Good lvlon, Chorlie Brown," in
The Jonuory dromo producfion
puT on by The G-lee Club. The
cosT spenT mony hours of hord
work, procTicing for opening
nighT. The ploy was procTiced
QT four eIemenTory schools.
Opening nighT wos sold ouT To
on oudience of sTudenTs,
friends ond relofives. Those
who oTTended closing nighT
enjoyed o dinner perfor-
Supervisor Mrs. Phyiles Reed
musicion Mrs. Koy OTT ond
choreogropher PeTer Lee
Fields ond The cosT consisfing
of Chorlie Brown Qlvlory O'Don-
nelly, Lucy CKorlo Kurzweilj,
Snoopy CLouro Gomezy.
Shroeder CPom Kouboj, Solly
QPoige Johnsonj, Linus CKoThy
BeTzj ond The enTire chorus
plonned everyThing from seTs
To dinner for oimosT on enTire
semesfer. Pcrige Johnson sToT-
ed, "I hod o loT of fun even
Though iT wos loT of work. I reol-
ly miss iT."
These sTudenTs in The spoTlighT
goined o greoT deol of exper-
ience from Their performonce
ond in The process, enTer-
Toined The communify os well
os The sTudenT body. "The ocT-
ing wos very good, They musT
hove spenT o long Time work-
ing on The ploy ond I reolly en-
joyed iT." sTdTed Denise Ar-
142 Glee Club Produciion
Q WiTh The securiTy of his blankeT, Linus
QKaThy BeTzj seTTles down To waTch his
favoriie TV prograrn. The ploT ceniered
around The efforTs of Charlie Brown's
friends To bring him out of his depression.
v The Tickeis, creaTed by Mrs. Reed,
were sold by The casT. The producTion
which was only given for 2 nighTs was sold
ouT boTh nighTs.
YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN
Friday, January 9, 1981
Curtain - 8:00 p.m.
...- Donation 52.00
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G' D E Doors Open - 7:30 p.m.
4 Charlie Brown Qlvlary O Donnelly proudly accepTs a valenTine from Sally
CPaige Johnsonj The acTresses were casT in Their roles afTer four days of
prachcing and one day of audiTions.
Glee Club Production 143
' 9 Michele Steger and Jessica Braud
watch as Beth Durr spikes the ball to
the opposition. The Varsity team spent
many hours practicing this technique.
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Q Varsity. Front Row: K. Malloy, B. Durr, C. Braud. L. Joyce: Second
row: H. McAllister, M. Downer, C. Cummings, J. Joyce: Back row: M.
Brkich, M. Steger, J. Braud, K. Bohleri Not pictured: G. Daza and
9 Freshman Caroline Wilbur bumps the ball to the Sacred Heart
team. Caroline is looking forward to 3 more years on the team.
Q Junior Varsity. Front row: D. Salido, K.
McSweeny, C. Wilbur: second row: M. Gam-
bito, M. Parfait, T. Ryan: back row: S. Brkich, L.
Mayer, Chris Wilbur: not pictured: R. Diaz Or-
daz. S. Webster, I. Uyemura, K. Enright. A.
Cotugno, K. Rynaud.
The Varsity and Junior Varsity
teams ended their season with
positive thoughs and "good
feelings" despite their losing
records. "We have achieved
alot since last year." explained
Beth Durr. "Our skills have im-
proved alot. We were good
but we just could not pull to-
gether." Varsity team member
Mandy Downer felt that their
great spirit and organization
helped them through the sea-
Coach Sally Kendall said that
the record was not a true indi-
cator of the girls actual abili-
ties. For example, Kathy Bolher
and Jessica Braud with the aid
of Gina Daza and Michele
Steger excelled in their execu-
tion of spiking and setting
The Varsity squad had 4 fresh-
men Liz Joyce. Her team mem-
bers felt that it was a great
acheivement for her to have
Junior Varsity Coach John Ot-
ten said his team's 'I-'12 record
did not' reflect their "spirit."
Even when the "chips were
down" the enthusiasm of the
players did not faulter. t'We'lI
get them next year," was Mr.
Otten's final thought. gg
DeTerminaTion Keeps Team STriving
PuTTing aside The many difficul-
Tles ThaT The baskeTball Team
encounTered, They managed
To win 6 of '12 games, coming
in fourTh in Their league and
barely missing The playoffs by a
couple poinTs. ln IighT of The
problems, some players felT
ThaT This was a good record.
"The loss of a couple good
players affecTed The Teams'
performance," sTaTed Julie
LosT Team members included
ElvirlTa Vera, who had To wiTh-
draw due To a knee injury, Holly
Edwards lefT due To academic
reasons, and Karen Renald and
Magi Dolen quiT because of
TransporTaTion problems. Bar-
bara Thornhill sTaTed, "The
pressure of baskeTball was
causing problems wiTh my
grades so I had To qulT."
Forwards Mary Brkich and Amy
Huber demonsTraTed excel-
lence in The areas of scoring
and rebounding. AT The end of
The season, Mary averaged 6
rebounds per game. Amy noT
only achieved '14 rebounds per
game, buT was The Top scorer
wiTh 8 baskefs and complefed
5096 of her free Throws per
Coach John OTTen felT ThaT
There were personalify con-
flicTs on The Team. 'll didn'T ex-
pecT The girls To like each oTh-
er," sTaTed Mr. OTTen, "buf
once They goT on The courT I
expecfed Them To play as a
Thinking ahead, Mary Brkich
commenTed, "We should have
a good season nexT year. Only
one, player is leaving, so This
year'.s experience will give us a
head sTarT for nexT year." g
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4 weeping in mind the skills she drilled on in practice, Delia
Salido puts one up for two points. ln this triple overtime game,
Alverno lost by only three points.
C During a game, Julie Joyce reaches high to tag a jump ball.
Alverno defeated Ramona 32-28 at this home game.
4 Front row: Coach Otten. M. Villarruel. H. Edwards, D. Salido,
T. Ryan, L. Arreaga: Back row: M, Brkich. J. Joyce. A. Huber. B.
Thornhill, M. Downer.
D Coach Carla Tomaso plans The route To a play-off
game. Ms. Tomaso, a former New England lnlercollegiole
Tennis Doubles Champion, enjoyed her first year as The
v During praclice, Diana Erb works on her serve and
follow Through as Jackie Pose studies her form, The only
freshmen on The Team, Diana and Jackie enjoyed The year
and are looking to nexl season.
Tennis Geis New Look
There was hope for Coach
Carla Tomaso's Team To cap-
Ture firsT place in Their league.
"The Team sTarTed ouT slow
buT improved as The season
Anne Thurman. Because of a
slow sTarT Coach Tomaso
changed her sTraTegy. "We
rearranged The singles and The
doubles players in hopes of im-
proving our record." Their
sTraTegy proved To be suc-
cessful, resulTing in a second
place finish wiTh a 3-3 record.
in addifion To a new playing
sTraTegy, The squad had sever-
al new changes To help Their
spiriT. l'WiTh a new coach, new
uniforms and new Tennis
courTs, we had a loT of spiriT,"
Leslie Duersf said. "IT was very
enjoyable To pracfice on The
new courTs." commenfed
Players sTiII showed Their enThu-
siasm for Tennis even afTer The
season ended. In The Wes-
Tridge InviTaTionaI Tennis Tour-
namenT, Amy Huber and Bar-
bara Thornhill won The doubles
championship. i'lT was excifing
and a greaT experience,"
commenfed Barbara Q'
4 Concenfrafion is The key as Cafhy Deleo aTTempTs To refurn an opponenfs serve. Alfhough a senior, This was CaThy's firsf year
OPI The TGCIFTT.
Springing Aheadvllith New Hopes
Softball Coach Kate Kendall
was confident that The team
would repeat their great per-
formance of The previous sea-
son. With ten out of fifteen re-
turning players, Coach Kendall
stated that, "The Team has
great potential: The players
are determined, enthusiastic
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Q During tryouts, Coach
Kate Kendall bats balls to
a few of The 30 girls who
tried out for The Team.
After The final cuts were
made on February 19th,
45 girls were chosen.
The yearbook staff regrets not being
able to cover the season due to an
and most importantly, are
The coach and teams' com-
mon goal was evident through
their 2 M hour a day practices.
The team was hoping to see
sweep The entire league of
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small schools. The only difficulty
the Team faced this year was
in orienting the new members
to Ms. KendaII's coaching style.
"We all felt really positive
about This year." stated Jenni-
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Amy Huber winds up an underhand pitch to throw to a
teammate as Mary McKernan prepares to field the
ball. Amy was one out of 3 starting pitchers for the
4 Front row: K. Mcfaul, J. Tweddle. V. Scott, K. Bohler. M.
Steger. M. McKernan, A. Huber, M. Brkich: Back row:
Coach Kate Kendall, C. Snyder, T. Ryan, L. Hoefer, T. Tay-
lor, T. Green, K. Johnson. A. Thurman, S. Hodgdon.
a day after school a
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Pressure. The dictionary defines
it as, "a burdensome, distress-
ing or weighty condition." Ev-
eryone faces pressure in their
daily routine, ranging from re-
membering to buy gas to get-
ting a big homework assign-
ment done on time.
In addition to everyday stress-
es and strains, coaches faced
other pressures, both physical
and mental. "The psychologi-
cal pressures involved with
coaching are tremendous,"
stated Coach Sally Kendall,
"but l do it because I love
sports and I want to support
The four member coaching
staff consisted of Volleyball
Coach Sally Kendall, Basketball
Coach John Otten, Softball
Coach Kate Kendall and Tennis
Coach Carla Tomaso.
Coaches were involved in daily
practices, planning game
strategies and keeping the
players' enthusiasm high.
Coaches Sally Kendall, John
Otten and Carla Tomaso
taught a full load of classes
and were involved in extra-
curricular activities in addition
to their coaching responsibil-
ities: Ms. Kendall was the
moderator for the Letterman's
Club and GAA, Mr. Otten
worked on the Board of Con-
duct and Ms. Tomaso worked
on the School Committee and
moderated the Lierary Maga-
The coaches all felt that al-
though the pressures brought
on by coaching were great,
the rewards were worth the
time and effort that coaching
Coaching Staff 151
lvlosT people Think of "sporTs"
os orgonized Teom compeTi-
Tion, however, occording To
The Websfer DicTionory sporTs
ore defined os, "fun or ploy."
AcTiviTies ronging from jogging
To lifeguording were o couple
of ocTiviTies which The sTudenTs
were involved in ouTside of
school. QOf course, There were
Those such os Jone Fuller who
preferred ploying in The sprin-
klerslj A Troubadour sTdff poll
found ThoT 6296 of The sTudenT
body porTicipoTed in some kind
of "fun or ploy."
Some sTudenTs Took These
ofTer hours sporTs ocTiviTies
very seriously. STudenTs proc-
Ticed onywhere from 'l To 5
hours o doy. Tonyo Alexcinder
enjoyed riding her horse on on
overoge of 3 yours o doy. This
enobles her To excell in horse-
bock riding compeTiTion.
Those who were involved in
oTher school ocTiviTies enjoyed
Their ocTiviTies jusT os much os
Those wiTh serious ombiTions.
Pom Wilkins commenTed, 'Tl en-
joy jogging becouse iT
sTrengThens ond firms up my
Iegs." Jonice Abrohom sToTed,
"BoskeTboIl isn'T fun os o com-
peTiTive sporT, iT's more fun jusT
ploying wiTh oTher friends."
In oddiTion To sporTs progroms
QT school, The freshmen P.E.
closses become involved in
vorious TournomenTs. This ol-
Iowed sTudenTs The opporTuni-
Ty To experience Tedm work
wiThouT The serious compeTi-
Tion of scool sponsored sporTs.
Using The P.E. closses os Teoms,
The girls ployed bodminTon ond
The sTudenTs olso held on inTer-
esT in jogging ond rollerskoTing.
6096 of These sTudenTs enjoyed
jogging, while only 3296 liked
OTher sporTs ronged from mo-
Torcycle riding To dog showing.
The roughness of moTorcycle
riding only held The inTeresT of
496 of The sTudenTs. 4396 of The
sTudenT body porTicipoTed in
dog showing ond horsebock
In oll, ouTside sporTs provided
The sTudenTs wiTh recreoTion GS
well os exercise. KiTTy Eloed
sToTed, "l like geTTing TogeTher
wiTh o group of friends ond jusT
hoving fun." tg
Q Kim Johnson's beogle wins "BesT of Winners" of o Posodeno dog show She hos
been enTering her dog in compefifion for The posf 5 yeors
9 Moforcycle riding hos been o fovorife sporf of Michelle Tickey since she wos 9 She
offen rides in The DuorTe Dom oreo becouse iT's The besT riding Trock oround
Q Jackie DeClue practices her swimming at the P.H,S. pool.
Over the summer, Jackie won six trophies at the Cal-
Novice Finals, and she will be swimming for Alverno in the
Q Lali Alvarez, Rebecca Flores, Melinda Gambito, Maria
Lesaca, Eileen McFadden, Elvirita Vera, Barbara Fleming
and Michelle Coleman are winners of the Freshmen P.E.
Volleyball Tournament. The teams consisting of P.E. aids
and freshmen, played each other to determine the win-
Q Anno Rodriguez jogs three days a week. She says that
jogging helps her work off tension.
v Susie Fisher and Betsy Winegari enjoy the sun-
ny weather. Toward the end of the year, lunch
areas were often converted into simulated
1 i Q' -
Wrapping lt All Up
Where did it all go? From Septem-
ber 8th we counted 164 more
school days, and finally, when May
fell upon us, we replenished our
summer wardrobes, made plans
for frequent trips to the beach,
and realized that those school
days were now but a few. As we
anxiously awaited a sizzling sum-
mer, we paused briefly to remi-
nisce about the styles, fads, and
changes which made the year
one singular sensation.
We were "in to" designer jeans,
the cowboy look, punk, preppie,
and even casual sweat suits, and
purple became the dominant col-
or on campus. ln our free time, we
held French braiding sessions,
sometimes achieving the "ba-
We decorated our cars, lockers,
and books with stickers which
claimed that we were iiToo l-lip",
Whenever a problem came
along, we would "Whip it", or
"Blow it out", lt was a "trip" when
we had "days" of homework, and
had to "jam" from school "Dazed
and Confused". Once we had
completed the work, things were
The year was loaded with
changes. From uniforms to sched-
ules to teachers, for the most part,
we faced these changes success-
fully. One of the major changes
was the arrival of a new principal.
As Dr. Elizabeth Broome took over
for Sr. Madeline Clancy between
semesters, she was welcomingly
greeted with banners, gifts and
applause. Dr. Broome stated that
she was interested in the students
as individuals and expressed a de-
sire to help students "become en-
riched in all areas of life," fThe
yearbook staff regrets not having
further coverage on Dr. Broome,
but due to deadline schedules,
coverage could only be limitedg
As we took those last books from
our lockers, signed numerous
yearbooks, counted the sacred
days until next September, and
said our "good-byes", we realized
that through the year's styles,
fads, and changes, 1980-84 had
truely been One Singular Sensa-
4 Like many activities, singing Christmas eas-
ols gave friends like Kelly Willett and ,Julie
Kane a chance to share each other's com-
Q Being co-editors of the yeorbook broughi extra pressures and responsibilities for Maria
Ramirez and Ann l-lowells. Working inio The night was a common occurrence for siaff members
as they discovered Thai Typing copy and drawing layouts always Took longer Than expecied:
work couldn'l begin until 2:30 because yearbook was not a class,
that would thrill everyone. We
wanted to capture rare mo-
ments as well
Su port Bring Success
are also to be thanked for let-
ting us pull students out of class
to take those important pic-
two." We appreciate our dogs
Rudy, Taffy and Whippet for
their understanding when din-
ner was late.
"Why were we so involved?
and that' VNS
special thanks to
Mrs. Bailey who
hours in room
were able to sur-
Thank our parents who
and copy. f
Why did we get into this'?"
Frankly, we still don't know the
answer. But we do know that
personal satisfaction and ac-
complishment were factors in
our work. We took pride in our
school and through the year-
book we have shown others
the individuality, spirit and unity
that was abundant
Only through the joint efforts of many
people was the publication of the
1981 Troubadour made possible.
The theme ONE SINGULAR SENSATION
was contributed by Ann Howells and
voted on by the staff. The logo design
of top hat and cane used to carry the
theme throughout the book was de-
signed by Maria Ramirez. Desiree Tul-
leneres designed the cover.
425 books were published by Josten-
sfAmerican Yearbook Company with
the patient guidance of our represen-
tative Mr. David Sorenson.
The copy was printed in various sizes of
Avante Garde type style on white
shadow weave paper.
Special thanks to Mr. Bill Christy and
everyone at the Portrait Gallery for the
senior portrait photography and the
pictures used in the yearbook. Q7
of the 1 -
sponsibility for her wor
Not onl did each
y person take re-
she helped others in times of difficulty
SENSATICDN ADS ONE SINGULAR
ATICDN CNE SINGULAR SENSATION ONE S
Q Margie Gear greedily counfs The money made
Through a successful yearbook ad cdmpaign.
Q Cafhy Feeney is obviously pleased wifh herself as she
receives on ad from Ponforium Cleaners.
The Troubadour sfaff enfhusiasfically sTarTed The
year wifh a new way To finonce The yearbook:
selling ads. Through coreful planning ond much
delerminoTion, The sfoff drew up conTracTs and
refined selling Tacrics. AfTer o successful sTaff ad
campaign, The ad and TradiTional pofron drive
were exfended To The sTudenT body.
As on lncenflve for sTudenTs To sell ods and pa-
Trons, The Troubadour sTaff offered prizes ronging
from TickeTs To The ploy "A Chorus Line" To gifT
cerTificoTes ol Music Plus and Sonia Anifo Mall.
Free yearbooks wenT To Those who sold oT leasT
S50 worTh of ads.
The compaign was a sensoiional one, Through
The cooperafion of The sTuclenTs
over STIOOO. The money
The chonges and exciring
The 1981 Troubadour.
, The sroff neTTed
in helped To fund
ideas planned for
ADVERTISERS and PATRONS of The Troubadour are an impor-
TanT parl of The yearbook. Through Their supporl, sTudenTs are
able To buy Their books aT a reduced price. Their conTribuTions
also make possible many added feaTures ThaT enhance The
aualify of The yearbook
A heari felT Thank you is exTended To all of The following
businesses groups families and individuals
Ad Quench your Thrrsf for knowledge
wrTh karaTe F T MasTer of Drscisfer
Adrienne jusf Take The S200 84 go
AHS Cheerleaders are HIP' Love Kris
All our blessings To Mary PelenTay and
may God guide you forever Love'
All The News Thaf s FIT To PrinT"
AlThough you are grown up you will
always be Teedee Baby and Sluggo
To me Love Mama
Alverno buddies I love you all Thanx for
being There' Always Lou
ThanksLM TD KW JK PJ LH
J C B G LuvBRosslnrLOVEDlT'JO Neill
Alyssa You re Terrific' Mom 81 Dad
Amy We ve enjoyed T3 yrs TogeTher
and lm looking forward To 113 more
forever besT friends Jean Q84 Harveyj
Anne Leslie KaTie you re greaT Janice
AnneTTe good luck wrTh your high
school years Love Big Sis Rosie
AnoTher year blfes The dusT" The Clas
sof 84 will live foreverHR 149
AnTorneTT Good luck aT Alverno and
always BewT Wishes Love Jennifer
Apple Thanx A undersTandrng mel' Lyn
Aracell I hope you have IoTs of good
luck in The fufure 8a always Kafie
Arlene you made lf Through high school
congrad good luck in college Love
mommy and daddy
ATTn' 2 hep gang' Boys Tickle pink 69
and Bacardi' Whaf To do'7'P Luv Sandy
Babe Ive never been a lucky guy
when we mef I knew Then and There
Thaf There couldn T be a Iuckrer guy I
love you now and Trll The lasT day of
forever Your STeve
Bambi Take IT easy cuz I care' Lou
Bambi we r all going R separaTe ways
buTlI always be friends' Luvya" Apple
Barbara Fleming besf of luck your sus
Bev Barabara s nickname is baby
Barbara Fleming l love you I 1sT
ThoughT Id Tell you Your sis Liz
Barbara Fleming no maTTer how far
you go in life sTay close Lillian
Barbara Fleming sfrck your finger in a
wall ouTliT cause we like your hair
curly Love Carl family
Beck I love you like a sis Forever Luz
BesT of Luck class of 81
BesT of luck in your senior year To
CaThy Cuddihy from Aunf Lucile
Besf of Luck To Class of 82 From Don
BesT of luck To The class of 84 The John
Besf of wishes Monique Keep up The
good work and conhnue praying for
your sTrengTh Love mom 81 dad
BesT Wishes Ana gs Sandra love Paul
Fr MarTin E SlaughT PasTor
ST ElizabeTh Church AlTadena
BesT wishes from The SpeckerT family
BesT Wishes Sarah STeve Pasquale
BesT Wishes' S Regina Shaughnessy
BesT Wishes To AHS STudenTs Fr Norm
BesT Wishes To Alverno
Mr 84 Mrs Michael Ramos
BesT Wishes GranddaughTer STephanie
Mr and Mrs Joseph DelgaTTo
BesT wishes To PaTTy and The class of
4983 from The KingsTons
BesT Washes To The class of 1983
BesT Wishes To you MT God Bless JNW
BeTsy Luck8aHapprness 2V Trish8cDe
Buck: ScoTT How s your love life'?
Big Sus Good luck nexT year' Thanx A
everyThing' Luv your Ill sis Jan
Bing Thanx A being U' SalamaT" LYN
Bonnes Vacances Sarah' De Ta Familie
Brookre my figure is beffer Bo 'IO
Buena SuerTe' ChiqulTa Banana" Mom
Buena Suerfe AnaySandra Canno
Buen Suerfe A UNA AMIGA ESPECIAL
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Alverno, Thanks A Saf. NiTe!! H, NieTo - - I -- siree
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BUENA SUERTE TINA VERDE CON RON
Cambrey and Tracey
Carlene-CHEERS 2 MORE YEARS Luv
CARLOSQANDY-MY BROTHERS, ILU-
CAROL-A SUPER GREAT PERSON AND
BABYSITTER-LOVE KRISTIN AND RYAN
CAROLYNE, LOTSALUCK WHEN UMOVE
PLEAZ VISIT8cWRITE MEIILLMISSUILUV
Carol, Linda, Kris, Friendship Forever
Carolyn Blueford, Good Luck in school
Casey I need ya Beviah Land needs
ya, cries and red eyes Sarah
Cathy Cuddihy a nice Junior brat Dad
Cathy-just have fun okay? Marialyce
Cathy, Roses are Red, Daisys are yel-
low, when I think of you, my legs turn to
Jello. Love Mike
Cavern thnk A all the fun x friends
Aever turn around OK great XOX Shrl
Celia you have been great I will never
forget you don't forget me. Linda
Chris D your a it! sis, Luv Big S. Laura
Chris, Happy times, Happy Memories,
We love you, Mom 81 Dad
Chris, linda, Kris, you've been great,
Wild. Crazy, Weird, Cosmic, Bizarre.
Strange, Quasar 84 interesting friends.
Hope to know you for the rest of my
life! Luv. Carol
Chris Wilbur-U R the bestest sister l've
ever had! Carolyn's my sis-in-law I wish
you both the best of luck! MG
Chris-Your talent is not what you do
but what you are-Love. GMmd-ELMER
Class '81 THE FUTURE'S IN YOUR HANDS!
Claudia come and let rocks live.
Congrad Jenny T, Karen E, and other
seniors! Luv Anti. p.s. Hi Susan E.
Congratulations and best wishes to
No. 3 daughter-mom and dad
Congratulations Cheryl, You Make lt!
From Mr. 81 Mrs. Wilford B, Williams.
Congratulations Class of '83
Congratulations, God bless every one
in the class of 81 Love a friend
Congratulations to all
Mr. Antulio Echevarria
Congratulations to the Class of 84 but
especially to Carolyn our love.
Congrats Susie! Love Mom and Dad.
Love, Mom, Dad, Buddy and Lani.
Congratulations Karen We're proud of
you Mom and Dad!
Congratulations PEANUT. Best wishes
for the future. Love, Mom and Dad
Congratulations Teresa Cintron From
MA. 84 Mrs. George J. Nalbach
Congratulations to all the lovely girls of
Alverno. You are and will be, good
christian examples. Keep up the good
Congratulations to my very pretty
young girl Paulina on her graduation
day Love Dad and Mom
Congratulations to my big sister
LeeAnn Steele Love Liz Tremblay
Congrats to Paulina from Manuel Mora
Congratulations to the hard working
staff of the yearbook. Fred and Faye
Con todo mi amor para mi querida
hija, Maria Pia.
Cooty says Hi to you all Love me
Lorraine: a great lil sis. Veronica
are all the best!Love, Kristen '83
Dan,Kris,URgreat Love Julie
David G., I LOVE U FOREVER!! Monica
Deanne Good Luck All My Love,Lori
Dear Frances, you have done so much
for me, this year. Thank You! l hate to
see you go, but l'll always remember
you. Love, your lil sis.
Dear Jen: May all your dreams come
true 81 life be good to you. Love, Mom
Dear Liz-We wish you happiness in your
future endeavors. May you always be
as sweet to others as you have been
to us. We'll always appreciate the fact
that U were born 2 us. M 8a D
Dear Margie: You Have Done A GREAT
Job At Alverno-We Are Proud Of You!!
Much Love, Mom. Dad, and Susan.
Dear Mary, At the end of your years at
Alverno, We wish you happiness and
success in all you undertake. May God
keep you safe in His care.
Love, Mom. Dad, John and Ken.
Dear Sherry-Beautiful faces, and loud
empty places, look at the way that
we lived, Wastin' our time on cheap
talkin' wine, left us so little to give. That
some old crowd was like a cold dark
cloud, that we could always rise
above, But here in my heart I gave
rand will always givej you the best of
my love. Love, Alan
Dear sweet Jane Forster Life is full of so
many beautiful surprises and you will
find that not all may be what you want
but is always what you need for
growth and happiness so be kind to
yourself Your Big Sister
Dear Timpone Girlshaveagreatyr-
Dear Tina and Nancy l'll never forget
you 2 best of luck always Michele
Dear UTS,remember"Fair ENUF?"How-
but Adris Impala 84 Jikuzzis,MAVMM??
8cJR,JMonA great nite'?'8'lMaria. yor
Debbie, Kelly, Julie, 81. Nora Have a
good year!!! The Timpones
DEEP8LOUIET EVER SO PEACEFUL MY
EYES HAVE SEEN LOVE, TOUCHING MY
HEART. I HAVE NEVERFELT LOVESDEPTH
BUT IN LOVING YOU JR TO HELLO KITTY-
Dee we only have I more year
Delia Dream, Believe, Smile!! LoveMJ
Denise-my redheaded sister I hope
school is one of your best times. lt
turned out to be one of mine, so even
Though everything I0 our Ilves has been
opposute for both of us have a good
tame rn school too From your small bug
sister wrth black halr Krm
Val Adrl Mana 8ctheGoodtrmes lbetH
Dee Good Luck In the Future Mrchael
Dee Luv n Happlness Margaret Prerre
Dee conquer the future Greg Hawklns
Dee onward 84 upward Jackle Fun
Dee thunk hope and do Eva Mclaurrn
Dee Wrshrng you joy Margaret Ford
Dee to the future Mamle Hawthorne
Dee you have just begun Edna81 Guy
Dee to a new begrnnlng Annle Bourne
Deirdre Looking ahead Deborah Lewrs
Derrdre much success Joyce Anderson
Deirdre a bright future Joan Turner
Deirdre class of 84 Larry W Scott
Delrdre enjoy ea day Eyvonne Randle
Derrdre Congrats 84 Wrllre Funchess
Deirdre CODQTGTUIGTIOD Jlmmy Dorsey
Delrdre Best Wrshes 84 Ron Anderson
Derrdre Congratulations and best
washes to you Don t be luke Mrchael the
Derrdre God Bless you CJ 84 R Mrlloy
Derrdre Life rs a butch Joe Plerre
DEIRDRE GOOD LUCK CONNIE WIMBER
Delrdre Hawklns Class of 84
As you emerge upon the real world set
your goals and ambltrons and let no
one turn you around
Love to our daughter Mom and Dad
Delrdre Hawklns Look wlth prlde on
every year treasure friendships you
hold dear Love the beauty lrfe lmparts
and know the joy of grvlng Thus IS the
art of lrvrng LOVE Mom
Deirdre on your way Roland Thomas
Derrdre to your future Bob Bullock
Delrdre Wrshrng you happrness and
prosperrty Love Grandma J Stevenson
Deirdre 84 May your days ahead be
fllled with only golden moments
Love Grandma 81 Grandma Joe Haw
DIANA YOUR A PRECIOUS LILSIS MARIA
For a delrghtful daughter our Soph
Ernre 81 Jeannre Norqulst
FROM DIAPERS TO DONUTS
YOU VE COME ALONG WAY BABY LUV
GOOD LUCK WfCOLLEGE CHERYL LUV
Dodgers are 4M Yankees RNOTnum
Dr and Mrs Evan Sternberg
MEM RIES AD
FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS FOR AS YOU
DREAM SO SHALL YOU BECOME Love
Mom 81 Dad
Garewsones Rules' Hr Skums' Guess
Gentle Loving Denise you are my joy
God be wrth you De Anna Love Mom
God Bless Sandra Bernal
Love Bull Walker
God Bless the class of 83
The Verbrscar Family
God Bless you Kathy and always
keep your ears tuned to the vouce of
God s Ieadlng lm proud" Mom
Go get em 83' the Tomy Karpe Famlly
Good Luck Alverno especrally the Ju
nrors and best wishes for the future"
Good Luck Alverno s best class of 83
Good Luck and best wrshes to the
Class of 82 you ve got class'
GOOD LUCK AND HAPPINESS CATHYH
GOOD LUCK ANGIE AND CAROLYN'
Good Luck Cathy D from her bug sus
Good Luck class of 82'
Good Luck from the Johnson Famlly
Kathy David and Robbie
Good Luck Glrl HAVE FUN Luv Duane
Good Luck Julre Plug In all your years
at Alverno It was great belng your
Bug Sus Love ya Glnny C
GoodLuckJunloryearMrckey Love Lon
GOOD LUCK KITTEN' Chuck and Ellen
Good Luck Laura
Good Luck Laura Gomez at Alverno
Good Luck Margre You ve been the
best darn cheerleader at LS your sprnt
and dedication show ID the way you
led the Varsrty' We wrll mlss you Keep
Good Luck Noonle Love Dudy 81 Myles
Good Luck Reglna and Class of 83
Good Luck Sandra 84 Congratulatrons
to Ana Love Lourdes Davrd 8a Ruben
GOOD LUCK SENIORSH'
GL 84 P J JETT
Good Luck Theresa From The Barrros
Good Luck to all Sophomores The
Class of 83 rules Homeroom 444 rs the
Best THANKS Ms Tomaso
Good Luck to 84 from Kathleen V
Good Luck to the Class of 84"
Francle Vrrgrl Monk
Good Luck to the Class of 84'JF
Good Luck to Erleen McFadden
Class of 4982
Good Luck to my lrttle sus Tamr who I
hope wrll survive Alverno better than I
dad Her bug sus Laura
Good Luck to Theresa from Albert B
Good Luck to you all THE KENNASH'
Good Luck TROUBADOURH'
Good Luck 4984 Graduates
Mr B4 Mrs Frank Buccola
Goodwrshesmypals CC CN KM MALUV
GO VERMIE' LOVE MOM
HAPPINESS IS ROCKCLIMBING
Have a good year Trmpone Glrls from
your neighbors the Grubens
Have fun and stay sober' Love Cathy
Have you hugged your goldfish today'
Haydee We are very proud of you all
our love Mum: and Papa
HECK WITH THE ADS LET S GO TO VE
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Heidi I was very lucky to have such a
sweet lil sis. Be good! Luv, Rosie.
Thanx for caring 84 Being! Love. Lou
Hi Hon LDLRTLR KMIIMIMJ IHD CWTG
You'll always be my special hone,FEJ
HiIda,Roula,Maria look at that foot
Hi my Baby, No more questions. We
Wove You. Mommy, Daddy, Sc The
Hi Patita La Bonita chiquita nina Te
dania las estrellas del cielo but I can't
Pero maybe el carro si te Io baje del
cielo WAWI Es porque Ie nieron pus
pestanotas. No es sorpresa verdad?
anyway I love you.
Hire the handicapped- find Susan a
What do Holly, Karen, Laura, Carol all
have in common- me as a friend.
Hi there all you Alverno girls hope your
year is a good one. From Dan Mc
Hm.ll7 wfsr. Barbara is ilfl cause we
have SPIRIT! We are the greatest!
Hola Liz 84 Lori! Hope your years at Pris-
on Camp High r fun 81 different. Luv
your lil BIG sis DeAnna SI 84
Hola mi prima, Como Estas? Jill
HOLLI, DON'T GO, THE PARTY ISN'T
FRIENDS ALWAYS AND FOREVER.
HOMEROOM 'I04B, THANKS FOR BEING
A GREAT GROUP. LOVE, MS. IOSUE
HUMAN ARE HUMANE WHEN LOVE EX-
If is the middle word in life. AA
If Love is important to you, Make I Cor.
I3 your standard for LOVE
If you wish to study a granfalloon just
-remove the skin of a toy balloon.
I LOVE YOU, KAREN! GUESS WHO? -
I LOVE YOU MONICA, AND THATS FOR-
l'm glad we're friends Lori H. Good luck
in years to come. Luv Paige
In memory of all the happy days in your
beautiful Sierra Madre.
IN memory of Connie body, love Gary
JANE-wv gn a Ing y tgthr m spc cdt
frnd. I hp tht w wl alys b frndsJEAN
JANICE A. BEST WISHES LOVE MOM 8k
JANICE I LOVE YOU ALOT- LOVE JOHN
JANICE K YOU'RE OK LOVE MARY 84 KE-
Janice-U R the best!F.Forever Julie K
Jeanette F, Thanks A being there al-
ways. Stephanie P.S. AHS rules!!
Jeanette make sure that computer in
your head doesn't go haywire L.Y.N.S.
Jeanne, You Nut! Love Que
JENNIFER,BARBARA,HAVE AGOOD A
YRS!! Keepintouch! Yourbig sister,
JENNY GOOD LUCK IN THE FUTURE
JEN. WE MAKE IT! CWDV- Kruzn-ski-iry
score-spy-Urby-HUSTLERS- and many
more times to come Love always Kel-
Jilly II I hope everything goes "Fine"
with you next year.
Joe, theres not much I can say except
I LOVE YOU VERY MUCH! Sandra
JOHN BONHAM WILL ALWAYS BE NUM-
JOHN-I LOVE YOU forever. Let's spend
our lives together QHAKWAWLLQ JEAN
JON: Homecomings, Jerks, "The Fog",
Crumbs, Bonaventure, Revelationsl,
July 22, 6:I0pm, Evita'?, Fog Replay
What was, is, or will be, 4-A-3.LOU
JR, I LUV U VERY MUCH!!! CAN'T WAIT
JILL JUNE 29 'l98'?!Luv HELLO KITTY!
JUN: MY BRAIN, MY LIGHT, MY BRO! LOU
Karen Chemir Class of '69
Karen take care IWUVYA ALWAYS
KAREN, WELL vvE'vE MADE IT!!
YOURAIIH FRIEND! I LOVE YA! qcrioivi-
KATIE, MORE RADICAL TIMES AHEAD,
Katie thanx for being my lil Sis AZ
KD, DVCW, URBY,MYJK,beach,ski-
,sports Lasarium,Hustlers,be happy 84
dream forever Love always JC
Kelly and Pammie, sisters forever!! A
year gone by, we're still friends!!
Kelly, you are the best! Love ya Dan S
Kimmy we've been through so much I
never forget I LOVE YOU Pammie
Kris V. Good Luck Class '83
Love, the Oravetz's
KRIS, VIVIAN, DEE WHIP IT ROSANN
LaLa, A yrs. of partying was a little too
much CI thinkj Thanks for everything.
Don't forget- Musicians do it with pep!
Love always, Rosie
Laura, don't forget us, when you're a
world famous singing superstar. We
Iove you, Kip and Judy
Lets hear it for the tennis team
Lets hope Mark comes home soon PG
LET YOUR ACQUAINTANCES BE MANY,
BUT ONE IN A THOUSAND, YOUR CONFI-
LIFEGUARDS DO IT BETTER-MUCH BETTER
LINDA GOOD LUCK IN ALVERNO AND
ALL YOU DO LOVE YOUR BIG SISTER CE-
LISA GOOD LUK LUV BIG SIS ARLENE
LIZ CONTINUE YOUR GOOD WORK IN
SCHOOL DONT BE ANOTHER ONE THAT
BIT THE DUST LOVE UNCLE KENNY
L.M., GOOD LUCK IN EVERYTHING! D.S.
Lou, when are we going to Europe?
we've been planning it since the 7th
gr. Never forget our times. Love, Betsy
LOVE TO MARY KATE DOLAN
Lowa-O-no mister Bill and Smores
Lydia,Jenny,Nancy,SusieD and all my
friends at alverno I LOVE YA ALL Pam
Lyndam I'II always Love you! Bobby R
Lynda Morgan and Michelle Beresford
Follow your dreams
Wherever they lead
I Iove you always- Peggy
LYNN,LISA,GI,APPLE,THANX L1 BEING
GREAT FRIENDSIHOPE TO SEE U NEXT YR
LYNN, THANX A BEING U 84 ACCEPTING
ME AS I AM. WISH U WERNT MOVING-
Leslie I will Iove you forever Pete
LET THERE BE LOVE ON EARTH. LET IT
BEGIN WITH ME GOOD LUCK '82 EDRA T.
Lil Sister Sarah
Thanx for your friendship. Lots and lots
of luck to you un the future
Love ya Bug sus Sue
LONG LOVE DANA 8a BOBBY SAYS DN 81
LON LIVE THE UNICORN' LONG LIVE THE
CLASS OF 84' CONGRATULATIONS AND
GOOD LUCK TO THE GRADUATES FROM
THE HOWELLS FAMILY"'
LOU love and luck to you' Mom 81 Dad
LOU YOU OFTEN THOUGHT I NEVER
CARED BUT I ALWAYS HAVE AND WILL
M8aM you know who you are You are
a great luttle sus Good taste un fruends
God bless you Mory E
Mare 84 Katue Raunbows R forever Jul
Marua 81 Val Thanx for all the memorues
of my Hugh school year Adru 81
Marua Vurgunua sun yuchungtat
Mary Dear Ever seek that whuch us
honorable beautuful and hughest all
our love Mom and Daddy
Mary wush you lots of luck luv Juan
May the graduatung class of 4981
know many blessungs' God bless the
class of 83and 8A The Schummollers
Melanue To the best luttle suster ever'
Take care always
Love ya always Krusten
Melussa Good Luck to you un your 3
more years at olverno Don t ever for
get there s a tomorrow your a great
luttle sus love you always Pam
Memorues 84 Good tumes at C Ruver'
One two Whatever you do
Start ut well
and carry ut through
Mucky Henry 84 coke add Iufe to ever
ythung Thanks for the past A yearsI"
Muke and Mary Jo Kunny
Ml MA SD DN CC Thanx A beung spc KM
MJ 84 Delua
To accomplush great thungs we must
not only act but also dream not only
plan but belueve Anatole France
Stay Happy Love Mom and Dad
M Let s make ut forever Love S
Moe Another wonderful year you ve
guven me I love you forever Sunnue
Mom 84 Dad Salamat' Mahal kuta MJ
Mom 84 Dad Thank you so much for all
your love Bc support through all my
years at alverno Love Kathleen
Mom 84 Dad You 2 R the best Luv U
Monuca Good Luck wuth the guys AJA
Monuca Love Joy and Happuness Mom
Monky thank uA the best 3yrs of my
Iufe I know our dreams wull come true
soon U made my HS yrs so specual I
love UA many reasons PECAS
Mount Greenwood says
Hello to Suerra Madre
Mr 84 Mrs Anthony Venegonu
Best wushes to the class of 81
Mr 8cMrs John Burghardt
Mr 8cMrs John O Bruen and Boys
Much love to Jackue and Jeanne From
your parents Mr and Mrs JR DeClue
No one can make you feel unferuor
wuthout your consent
Nora have a great yr love Debbue
Not to quut uf the pace seems slow suc
cess may be the very next blow
Now on to college and good luck
You are headung for a hugher goal
You are sowung a seed un God s soul
Have fauth un God Dont lose hope
For God can make your day brught
OB no uts Tracey and Nancy Kathleen
Pal a few words cannot express a Iufe
tume of Love Best wushes to you and
fruends Hang un there' Luv ya al
ways blood I Mom 81 Dad
Many thanks to Alverno staff
Para CN deunaamugaquetequuere TA
Patty dont worry 2 more years then
ut s over' no matter what I ll be there 8a
U A anythung' So don t be embarassed
A onythung cuz I love U as any close
suster would Alma
Patty I want to wush you all the happy
ness un the world Love your sus
P D T A S goodgals'Junuorsyea'MuchA
Pecos Thank UA these 3 butuful yrs
Theres no word 2 tell U how much I
LuvU You R the best part of my Iufe I
want U 2 B my wufe Te FelucuTo en tu
grado orgullo para mu Amor Monky
Congratulatuons on your graduatuon
You are the greatest guft God has guv
en us God bless you and guude you
and full you wuth happuness M8aD
Phul Y Phunat C and Penguun are pals
Pour mon amue Pauluna lots of luck on
you funal day as a kud Hupatua
Prudy Keep the spurut of 76'
Que all my love you weurdoBuckWheat
Randy I love you' Forever yours Pam
Rob U have a spc plc un my heart'
Ron stay sweet and crazy Rosann
Rosann your a sweetheart Ron
Sally lots of happuness and full of love
Sandy Clumb hugh Clumb far Your goal
the sky Your aum the star' Luv Jon
Sandy Good luck to you I hope we
have a beautuful future together
Sandy we love you' Mom Dad 84
of Iufe Homework us"
Lots of luck to Patty
From Matt and Lunda
SC stnwgn uf flag canuhav delb bskw
Sheryl Babycakes Chapman I hope
som day your haur wull be shuny and ma
magable uf U know what I mean Lupe
Sheryl Here s hopung you get a prom
date thus year and Corunne too Love a
favorute Fruend Du Baby Chapy
SherylfRun You ll fund em SOMEHOW'
Sulvua81KelIy good luck un your future
Love your Bug Sus Luz
Smule Lufe s full of dreams
SMILING CATHY CUDDIHY
DOWN WILL LOVE
AND YOU LOVE YOU
UP AND YOU
Soch truangle busten out un 82 Barb
So howsDF VM H huh Sue'7
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Special thanks, gratitude, and Love to
Michele, Noreen, Jill, Lucy, and Sandy
for all their efforts to make 80-8'l a
great year for the Class of 4982! Ms,
Stacy B. Best of Luck!! Lil Sis BQ.
Stacy bucky lwuvyou always plucky G
Stacy you chomprenque Good luck
With Kurt think Green come and Party
Congratulations cutie! Love Maurice
Stephanie I'm glad I have you as my lil
sis. You mean alot to me. I wish U the
best of luck in the years to come, and
to Linda my Sis. Love Patty
!!!Stephanie!I'm proud of you-
'Stephanie you finally did it. Jen.
Steph I lucked out when I chose you as
my little sister. Good luck in the 3 next
years at AHS Luv ya ELVEITA
Suny Blondi SamU R the Best Love Moe
Support the orthepedic Hospital, LA
Susan and Diane-you're the two cra-
ziest Freshmen anywhere. Good Luck
always. Take care. Big Sis, Rosanne
Susan G.-Nurses call the shots! Best of
Luck, l'll love U always, even If I don't
love ACXDC and J. Priest.
Take One Step at a Time Love U GG
TERE, you've got a friend always! Em
Thanks for everything Kim,Pam,Karen-
8aStacy your great friends! Good Luck
in the future! Love ya Ginny 1984
THANK HEAVEN A LITTLE GIRLS!CDMTj.
Thanks Mr. Rogers A saving my life.
Thank You Teachers of 80-84
Best of Luck to Muffin Luv Peg.
The Best to the class of '83
From Maria J.E. Barr
The Class of '85 Rules! M.L.S.
THE KID AND COACH GO HAND IN
The Newport updocks, Too hep, tiki tiki
Troy, catch ya on the flipflop
Those little girl games, don't have to
come to a halt. Because your roads,
and becoming an adult. And l know
you've heard this from friends and rela-
tions, but "Good Luck Deedee, and
Love you very much "The Mornings"
THREE CHEERS FOR MY BIG SIS MARGIE!
MERCI, YOUR LIL' SIS CHRISTINE
Tie-tack! Slushfundl Kierkegaard!
TIL LYKKE CATHY D. FRA MORMOR
TINA GREEN WAS GREAT AT ALEX'S
T-Jim, U R a great fthe greatestj guy I
know. Mais non? L.M.
To: Ad luv you always8cAever Mom-
TO ALL MY FRIENDS GOOD LUCK IN
YOUR FUTURE AND REMEMBER TO THINK
To All my Good Friends Love Ya L.A.
To all those who have helped me to
make my dreams a reality, especially
my mom and dad. Thank you,
Dierdre Lynette Hawkins
TO ALL YOU GUYS WHO GROSS ME
OUT AT LUNCH HERE'S TO WATER BAL-
LOONS, UGE UMANS 8LOUR MANY FREE
To Ana,Carmen,Odalys8cRosle God's
Blessings and a lot of luck in the years
to come. Love Mom 8a Dad R.8'I
LD,JP,DE,MB.Winning isnt everythingbu-
To A SUPER KID-Good Luck Always
Much love Mom and Dad Ruggles.
TO CARDONNA-MOM LOVES YOU.
To Cindy, youve been a great little
sIster.Lotsof Luck, Paulina.
To Cheryl,ArIene,Lou,Jessica,Winnie 84
Gina Good Luck in the future especial-
ly with the guys 84 remember us your
little sis's Nicole 84 Charlene
To Chicken legs and Romeo: Two of
the greatest friends ever luv Ilena
TO DEANNA AND JUDY, GOOD LUCK IN
THE YEARS TO COME! LOVE ALWAYS
TO EILEEN, MY LITTLE SIS, GO CONFI-
DENTLY IN THE DIRECTION OF YOUR
DREAMS AND YOU'LL GO FAR.
LOVE YOUR BIG SIS MAUREEN.
the greatest friends anyone can get
you're the BEST! Luv, Veronica.
To Janice, Go luck A-ever l'lI miss you.
But you are always my little sister. Love
ya! Kathleen Riley
To Jen-Good luck in college Aunt L
To Kelly, I wish you the best of Luck in
Oragon Love Kathleen Riley
To Kris Good luck! Love Grandpa and
To Laura Gomez the golden voice
To Lisa, We have had many ups and
downs but we made it through togeth-
er Love ya always, Carolyn
To Liz L. and Cathy C my best buddies.
To Louithe Love we share has the po-
tential to be everylasting: the only task
left to us is to fulfill that potential and if
we do, we will be together, forever
To Monica my Lil Sis still! It's lonely here
in CSULA without your smile. l'lI always
think of you in whatever I do and wher-
ever I go.
Love and Peace, Your Big Sis Alma S
To my best friend Tammy U really R
someone special! luv ya,LuvMonica
To my big sis Cathy: thanks! Carolyn
To my big sis Laura, I will never forget
you!!! Luv ya, Tami
To my big sis Lydia-Hope we keep in
touch after you leave Alverno Love
Jen, Your Little Sis.
To My CUBAN Friends, Love Manny
To My Friends I LOVE YOU Thanx, Liz
To my Friends: FS, SP, MP, VE, MC, TM.
Thanx A the great memories. I hope
there's many more to come.
To my good pal Peggy. We've been
through alot together, it's been great.
Always remember that He will give you
strength. Your sister
To my grandaughter, Paulina you
made it I knew you would, happiness in
all you do. With Love, your grandmoth-
To my Karate Girl: Kicks A-ever Dad
To my lil' sis Lisa, Love Patricia
To my nice and nutty neighbor, Tanya
Foote: I wish you success and good
times at Alverno and I hope you'II en-
joy going there as much as I did. Heidi
To my niece Paulina: My Best Wishes on
your graduation Love Zoila.
To my sis Patti Pullara Poundering
Thoughts, Dreaming Dreams Going to
Parties Devising Schemes Watching TV
Going to Drive In Shows Where's The
Time Gone No One Knows Home By 10
Asleep By 'll Up In the morning for
School at 7 Graduation comes at Last
We Reminisce about the past, your
High School Days have been the best
Always Remember Never Forget
Thanks for Bein Around Good Luck in
The Future Love your Lil Sis Steph You
Deserve the best So Get It.
To my Wonderful Big Sis Odalysr Thanks
A Bunch! Love Maria
Tonya, thanks for everything! You are
very special to me and always will be.
Love, your big sis, Betsy8l
To our daughter Ana Congratulations
and Good luck Love, Mom 84 Dad
To our lovely daughter Sandy, Just one
mor year! Love Mom and Dad
To Patty We wish A you the best in the
world. Be always nice and sweet, with
Love your Godmother Aura
To Paulina Congratulations Celfida
To Paulina Congratulations Roger
To Steph, Stay coo! always, Sarah
To Thalia I hope you don't flunk-I pity all
who have to stay THERE!
To The Class of "82" May the road to
success be short.
To THE CLASS OF '84 GOOD LUCK
TO THE GANG-G-INA NORMAGRA-
LUV U ALL! APPLE
Tothe Senior Class!Goodluck with the
college men your future and love
To the Seniors:
All four years, day in, day out.
I've spent my time with you.
New friendships I've made, old ones
Some have been quite new.
Freshmen year. when we first met,
We didn't know everything well.
Our Big Sisters, as we are now,
Helped pick up our troubles that fell.
Now we are Seniors. with sisters our
And memories close behind.
We've all grown together, as one fam-
Like unicorns we are one kind.
As we all move on to things ahead,
I say good luck to you!
I wish I'd never have to say
Good-bye to all of you.
Thanks. Keep in touch. -
TO THE WORLDS BEST BABYSITTER AND
CUTEST SISTER-LOVE JEFF 84 VICKIE
TO the yearbook staff thanks for the
legacy you left the class of 81
To VIVIAN KATHY! MARIBEL CARM
SANDY THANKS FOR BEING THERE
Tres bonne la classe de 83!
TVK,SVK,MA8cAR:ANOTHER ONE BITES
THE DUST! YOU'RE GREAT FRIENDS!
all the gross pigs I eat lunch wfWe will
always stick2gether A the rest of our
lives luv u all, Sheryl
Julie. a great lil sis, luv Frances
2 my 3 sisters J,L,and Lib, Therese
2 the greatest friends in the world
'vf,mp,tm,po,sp,mc,ch-thanx for the
funniest memories ever! love Frances
3 down 'I to go don't worry baby you'll
have plenty to show!!
A my xtrarad'n goodpals Wendln Lush
nA Ionglost playaamigas Deb'n Chris
Lets stay close with Love From Verj
8l84bb always Holly Good Luck Luv 424
Vivian, I should of permed your hair-
yl,Thalia,Jenny,Connie to Atascadero
Mental Institution. Escaped last Friday
to Alverno Heights. Reward a penny
each! Luv Eppie
Wendy. Sandy, Andrea, Patty, Mary -
Thank You, Thank You! Thanks for all
the help, adjusting me to this school in
January '80 and THANX for one heck of
a crazy, exciting Senior Year!! I love
you All .. . Sue
WHIP IT! CLASS OF '84, WHIP IT GOOD!
Whip it Karen of you'll never get any-
where!!GoodIuck with Chad!! SB
Will the sun rise tomorrow?Probably
Wishing lots of luck tothe LS Varsity 8'l-
ly,Cindy,Janice-If U R sad or mad, just
Wishing my big sister Jennifer Brou lots
of love 84 luck Thanks so much!
With all my Love to T.T., your Rudy
Wuvya Helen Stiver U R the best lil sis
GoodLuk your big sis Tracey
YOU MADE IT, Good Luck Mom and
YOU MIGHT BE ARBARA FLEMING TO
EVERYBODY ELSE BUTQUS YOU WILL AL-
WAYS BE"BABY"TEEDEE,SLUG-GO AND
You're the Greatest I love you Your
Handsome Fantastic Brother, Mike
You've been to the Rest, come back
to the Best - B 84 B Plating
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Glna Aubry - French Club Ct, 255 Black Cul-
ture Club C2, 355 Literary Magazine C455 Back-
gammon Club C255 Track Team C255 Cross
Country Team C255 French ll Award C255 NEDT
Award C255 National Scholarship Program
Commended Student C45.
Kathy Bohler - Varsity Volleyball Ct, 2, 3, 45,
All League C455 Varsity Softball Ci, 2, 3, 455 All
League C355 Student Council GAA Rep. C45.
Jessica Braud - GAA C3, 45: Black Culture
Club C355 Backgammon Club C355 J.V. Volley-
ball team C355 Varsity Volleyball Team C45.
Jennlter Brou - Black Culture Club C355 Span-
ish Club C 1, 255 Action Club C35 Service Club
Award C355 Religion Award C45.
Teresa Clntron - Junior Class Treasurer C355
Senior Class Vice President C455 CSF, NHS C2,
3, 455 Pep Club C455 GAA C355 Spanish Award
Ci, 255 Biology Award-C255 Speech and Pre-
sentation Award C3, 455 Spirit Award C2, 3, 45.
Clndy Clark - GAA C'1, 2, 35: Action Club C355
Tennis Team C2, 3, 455 Second Honors C255
Spanish Award Cnon-natives speakers5 Level
ll C355 CSF C2, 3, 455 NHS C2, 3, 45.
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Cathy Deleo - GAA Ci, 255 Cheerleading C255
Tennis Team C455 Third Honors Ct, 25.
Stephanie Delgatto - Italian Club C'I55 Chess
Club C355 Newspaper Staff C3, 455 Second
Honors C255 NEDT Award C'l5: Math Depart-
ment Award C455 NHS C3, 455 CSF C2, 355 Band
Excellence Award C355 Bank of America Cer-
tificate - Math C45.
Mary Ewald -Chess Club C355 Literary Club
Ct, 255 Drama Club C455 Equestrian Club C355
Glee Club C255 Second Honors Award C455
Third Honors Award C4, 25.
Jeanette Feeney - Drama Club C455 Chess
Club Secretary C355 Pep Club C355 CSF Presi-
dent C45, Vice President C35, Member C2, 3.
455 Biology Lab Award C255 Second Honors
Award Ct, 25.
192 Senlor Index
Veronica Ferrante - Drama Club C 43: Presi-
dent C33: Work Scholarship Cl, 2, 33: italian
Award C23: Third Honors Award Cl, 23.
Tracey Flrst - Equestrian Cl3: Pep Club C3, 43:
Spanish Club C43: Drama Club C43: Action
Susle Fisher - Class President C33: Class Sec-
retary C43: Pep Club C43: CSF C23.
Llz Garcla - Cheerleading Cl, 23: GAA C 4, 23:
Glee Club C43.
Pam Marie Gates - C-lee Club President C3,
43: Ski Club C2, 33: GAA C33.
Jean Marie Gattl
Margie Gear - Student Council C3, 43:
French Club C33: Pep Club Member Cl, 2, 3,
43 Moderator C43: Literary Magazine Mem-
ber C2, 3, 43, Editor C43: Cheerleading - Cl, 2,
33, Moderator C33: NHS C3, 43: CSF C2, 3, 43:
French l Award C33: English l Department
Award C43: English Il Dept. Award C23: NEDT
Award Ct, 23 Bank of America Certificate -
Ann Howells - Yearbook Co-editor C43: CAA
Ct, 2, 33: Service Club C33: Newspaper C33:
CSF C2, 3, 43, Secretary C33: NHS C3, 43, Vice
President C33: Second Honors Cl, 2, 33: Scho-
lastic Achievement C43.
Peggy Klnney - Freshmen Class Secretary
C43: Sophomore Class President C23: Junior
Class Vice-President C33: ASB Social Chair-
person C43: CSF Treasurer C23: Basketball C43:
NHS C3, 43: CSF C2, 33: Newspaper C43: GAA
Cl, 23: Yearbook Photographer C43: Pep Club
Cheryl Lynn Llndsey - Drama Club C43: CAA
C43: Pep Club C43: Senior Class - Treasurer C43:
Backgammon Club: Black Culture Club C33:
Newspaper Staff C43.
Beth Louapre - Songirl C23: Literary Maga-
Cella Marlln - Latin Club President C43: Latin
Club C43: Yearbook Staff C33: Backgammon
C43: Drama Club C43.
Patty Ililartlnez - Equestrian Club C23: Swim-
ming Team C23: Second Honors C23.
Carla Mathis - GAA Sports Photographer
C'l, 2, 3, 43: Newspaper Co-editor C43: Eques-
trian Club C'i3: French Club Cl, 2, 33, President
C33: Letterman Club C43: Ski Club C33: Tennis
Team-Varsity C2, 3, '43: Soccer-Varsity C33:
CSF C2, 3, 43: NHS C2, 3, 43: Math Dept.
Award C43: Religion Dept. Award C33: Scho-
lastic-Award C'l, 23: Bank of America Plaque
- Science 84 Math C43.
Senior Index 193
Siobhan McCann - GAA C4, 2, 3, A15 Soccer
Captain-Varsity C4, 2, 315 Third Honors- C2, 315
Second Honors C 4, 41.
Kelley McFauI - GAA C4, 2, 3, A15 Letterman
Club President C3, A15 Ski Club C315 Soccer
Varsity C4, 2, 3, 4115 Third Honors C2, 315 Sec-
ond Honors C41.
Anne McTeague - CSF C2, 3, A15 NHS C2, 3, 41:
U.S. History Award C315 Bank of America
Certificate - Social Studies C41.
Odalys Mena - Spanish Club C31.
Darla Mercurlo - italian Club C415 Literary
Magazine C4, 2, 315 Editor C1115 Newspaper
Artist C415 Chess Club C315 Yearbook Staff C315
Service Award C41.
Sharon Moscaret - Senior Class President
C415 CSF C2, 41: NHS C2, 415 Bank of America
Certificate - Art C41.
Theresa Murphy - Backpacking C315 French
C315 Third Honors C21.
Mary 0'DonneII - Alverno Production of
"You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown"5 Dra-
ma Club C4, 2, 3, 415 Horseback Riding Club
C415 Bank of America Certificate-Music C41.
Pauline Ordonez - Latin Club C4, 215 GAA C4,
2, 415 Back Packing Club C415 Italian Club C415
Equestrian Club C215 Yearbook Photogra-
pher C415 NHS C41.
Patrlcla Pashlch - CSF C2, 315 NHS C3, A15
Equestrian Club C415 Second Honors-C415
Award of Excellence in Business C215 Third
Marlalyce Pedersen - Newspaper Staff C415
GAA Member C4, 2, 3, 415 Newspaper Artist:
Chess Club C315 Yearbook Staff C315 Service
Award C 41.
Susana Pereyra - Equestrian Club C215 Italian
Club C415 Latin Club C315 Backpacking Club
C215 GAA C 415 Third Honors C21.
Pla Perez - Spanish Club C415 Third Honors C41.
Christine Photos - Drama Club C415 Ski Club
C3, 4115 Literary Magazine C215 Track Team
C215 Second Honors C21.
Olivia Pisanls - Tennis Team C4, 215 Cheer-
leader C415 Track Team C21.
Patty Pullara - Italian Club C415 Yearbook
Maria Quintana - Spanish Club C41.
Maria Ramirez - Yearbook Co-Editor C415
NHS C3, A15 Drama Club C41: CSF C2, 3, 41:
Spanish Award C315 Business Award C415 Bank
of America Certificate - Foreign Language
Rosanne Ramos - Band C 4, 2, 315 Third Hon-
ors C4, 21
Kris Relser - CSF C415 History Award C415
Spanish Award C41.
Laura Ruggles - Student Body President C415
Work fStudy Award C2, 31.
194 Senior Index
Kim Sanello - Italian Club Cl, 25: Newspaper
Staff C45: Tennis Team C l5.
DeAnna Sharpe - Pep Club C3, 45: Drama
Club C35: Black Club C35.
Frances Splna - Italian Club Cl5: Pep Club
C45: CSF C2, 35: NHS C3, 45: Third Honors Cl5:
First Honors C25.
LeeAnn Steele - Yearbook C35.
Michele Steger - Student Body Secretary-
fTreasurer C45: Newspaper Staff C45: GAA
Cl, 2, 3, 45: Letterman Club C3, 45: J.V. Vol-
leyball C25: Varsity Volleyball-C45: Varsity
Softball Cl, 2, 3, 45: First Honors Cl5: First Hon-
ors C25: CSF C2, 3, 45: NHS C3, 45: Physical
Education Award Cl5: Bank of America Cer-
tificate - Business C45.
Jennifer Tweddle - Drama Club C35: Presi-
dent C35: Letterman Club C3, 45: Ski Club C45:
GAA Cl, 2, 3, 45: Soccer Cl, 25: Varsity Soft-
ball Captain C35, Member Cl, 2, 3, 45: Third
Carolyn Uebele - Cheerleader C25
Elvlrlta Vera - French Club Cl, 2, 35, Vice-
President C45: Ski Club C35: Letterman Club
C3, 45: Newspaper Co-Editor: Varsity Tennis
Cl, 2, 3, 45: Varsity Basketball C2, 35: Tennis
League 4:92 Doubles C2, 35: CSF C2, 3, 45: NHS
C2, 3, 45: French Award Cl, 35: Second Hon-
ors Cl5: First Honors C2, 35: NEDT Award C25:
Bank of America Certificate - Science C45.
Mary Vlllarruel - GAA Cl, 2, 3, 45: Newspa-
per C35: Varsity Basketball Cl, 2, 3, 45: Cap-
Lourdes Vita - Student Body Vice-President
C45: Junior Class Secretary C35: CSF C2, 3, 45,
Treasurer C35: Sophomore Class Secretary
C25: GAA C35: NHS C3, 45: Math Award Cl, 2,
35: Language Award C35: NEDT Award Cl, 25:
Outstanding Student C25: First Honors C2, 3,
45: Bank of America Plaque - Liberal Arts C45.
Betsy Winegart - French Club Cl, 25: GAA
C35: Third Honors C25: Yearbook C45.
Senior Index 195
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Abraham, Janice 74, 452
Abril, Teri 37, 79
Ace-vedo, Lani 96, 404, 487
Adams, Michele 29, 74, 83, 427, 444
Aguilar, Lisa 79
Alcarez, Jose 119
Alcorn, Sarah 96
Alexander, Tanya 452
Allen, Tracey 96
Alonso, Haydee 74, 438
Alvarado, Teresa 74
Alvarez, Gladys 96, 453
Ambrose, Nancy 119
Archambault, Jeanette 96, 97
Arens, Caroline 33, 96, 99, 433
Arguijo, Denise 74, 80, 437, 442
Arias, Adriana 49
Armijo, Christina 74
Arreaga, Elizabeth 79, 95, 447
ASB 128, 129
Aubry, Gina 49, 58, 434
Auzenne, Monica 4, 43, 29, 74, 432
Avina, Leticia 74, 438
Ayala, Adrienne 84
Bailey, Arlene 49
Balley, Kathi 38, 60, 112, 157
Bannon, Ann 84
Barcelos, Theresa 20, 96, 402
Barili, Rosalie 448
Barili, Ruth 84, 444
Bates, Tammy 75
Beaudet, Stacy 39, 49 .
Benzle, Monica 9, 45, 47, 38, 75, 433
Beresford, Michelle 96, 406, 430, 448
Bernal, Sandra 84
Betz, Kathy 45, 29. 75, 442, 443
Bias, Cindy 96
Billotti, Angela 96
Blueford, Carlolyn 96, 444
Bohler, Kathy 49, 62, 65, 428, 430.
434, 444, 445, 450
Bonja, Angela 28, 29, 77, 112, 113,
Bororidge, Jennifer 75, 83
Borego, Mona 96
Braud, Charlene 75, 444
Braud, Jessica 49, 63, 430, 444, 445
Brennan, Paula 84, 95
Brlce, Susan 124
Brkich, Mary 45, 75, 80, 430, 438,
444, 447, 450
Brkich, Stephanie 24, 445
Britting, Tina 84
Broome, Dr. Elizabeth 154
Brou, Jennifer 49
Brou, Karen 75, 444
Broussinos, Maria 49, 73, 448
Brown, Barbara 28, 52, 67, 110,
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Brown, Rayette 96, 400, 433
Brown, Renetta 49
Buccola, Pat 119
Burghardt, Theresa 84
Bustamante, Carmen 33, 84
Bycott, JeriAnn 75, 84. 82, 440, 444
Cahill, Lisa 50
Calnan, Denise 75
Camargo, Victoria 96
Camiling, Theresa 28, 75, 437, 438
Cano, Carmen 50, 64
Caron, Marissa 24, 96
Carvajal, Cathy 96, 402
Casay, Kristie 96
Cazares, Elena 4, 33, 85, 86, 87, 90,
430, 432, 433 7
Cervera, Jodi 75
Chaplin, Christina 85
Chaplin, Mike 118
Chapman, Sheryl 75, 83
Chaure, Marie 403
Chaves, Rosianna 50
Chester, Sandra 9, 47, 74, 75
Christy, Bill 60, 61, 157
Cintron, Theresa 3, 43, 50, 52, 53, 64,
68, 69, 433, 438
Clancey, Sr. Madeline 3, 20, 21,
Clark, Cindy 50, 58, 59, 63, 67, 430,
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Lopez. Siephanie 79. 82
Louapre, Beih 17, 22, 55, 67, 135
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Moc Donald, Poi 3, 115, 121
Maez, Janet 89, 90
Malloy, Kaiie 79, 130, 144, 145
Mancini, Joanna 89, 90
Marshall, Beverly 89, 90
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Milner, Helen 90
Mitchell, Colleen 79, 116
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Molina, Ligia 90
Mollica, Carmen 21, 90
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Nochella, Laura 90, 120
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Pineda, Leonor 59
Pineda, Norma 92
Pino, Vivian 92
Pisanis, Olivia 59
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Libbie 92, 138
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