Andrew Jackson High School - Hermitage Yearbook (Chalmette, LA)
- Class of 1972
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Text from Pages 1 - 270 of the 1972 volume:
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Andrew jackson High School
above: With happy hearts and cramped
hands Betty Rose Warren and Beryl St. Ro-
main turn out election favors by the hun-
dreds. far right, above: Beta Club members,
Kim lanneck and Lynn Corne, share the ex-
citement of being recruited into "Barce-
lona's Boogie Woogie Bugle Babies." far
right, below: Witches show their soul as
they obligingly sing forthe Kangaroo Court
at the freshman initiation. right: Flashy white
gloves of A.l.'s Drill Squad inspire spirit in
MEMGRIES OF l0Y
O R YOUTH HAS . .
of '72 . . .
pep rallies . . .
at Owl football
and basketball games
. . .enjoying
of youth . . .
combining efforts . . .
planning activities . . .
. . . recalling
past events . . .
treasuring tradition . .
the alma mater
every assembly . .
a greater .
school pride . . .
we recall the
memories. . .
Andrew jackson High.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Curriculum. . . 10
Activities. . . 34
Sports . . . 106
Faces . . . 122
Advertising . . . 218
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. . .groups
in class and
at lunch . . .
school titles . . .
. . .assuming
. . . nurturing
our growth as
. . .creating
WE CAN FACE
opposite page: Initiating a school
clean-up campaign, Student
Council members Melanie Hor-
ner and Kim Heider direct the stu-
dent body in a chorus of "We're
the Class that Picks up the Trash."
above: Senior Gay Gleason be-
comes increasingly aware of op-
portunities blooming in the fu-
ture. oppositez Using machines an
A.l. student prepares to face the
obstacles of the business world.
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students. . .
Chorus and one
for the honor
H I s o T TH
opposite page: Colorful campaign posters
catch the eyes of Marie Kocke and her
friends. Above: The Chalmette Cheerleaders
await the charge of the fighting Owl team.
opposite: An important factor of everyday
life is being mastered by Kathy Hein in Oral
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top right: lt's more than just an occurance
to see students and faculty walking side by
sideg it's a relationship which is highly trea-
sured. bottom: "Are you sure it's in this cab-
inet file, Mr. SherriI?" sighs Newspaper Edi-
tor Connie Masson after what seems to be
an endless search. far right: "Look out, Miss
Dubuc!" cry the spectators. "JoAnn Riley
has been practicing her self defense."
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. . .warm glowing
. . .feeling lost . .
someone . .
a test . . .
. . .acquiring
course in gym . .
. . .sharing
knowledge . .
january. . .
and teachers . .
memories . .
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The learning process
. . . stacks
. . . paper backs . .
lectures. . .
research papers. . .
topics. . .
. . . heated debates
skits. . .
observing mentally .
grades. . .
. . .counseling. . .
. . .fulfilling
. . . memories
Home Ec. Inspires New Hobbies
Many new things were in store for
the students who took Home Eco-
nomics in the 71 -72 school session.
With the newly purchased micro-
wave oven students were able to
cook a meal in a matter of minutes.
The spicy smells of lasagne, tacos
and other savoring aromas drifted
from the new foreign foods class.
Other new courses included nee-
dlecraft which taught the funda-
mentals of knitting and consumer
education which taught the girls
how to grab a real bargain when
they saw one. In addition to the
new courses, the old ones were still
there with new added attractions.
Cherie Rousse finds knitting to be one of the
few creative hobbies which requires much
Responsibility is a key factor in becoming a
future homemaker as shown by Barbara Fe-
zekas and lo Ann Ciaccio.
Kathy Linsmier and Diane Hueschen dem-
onstrate the primary steps of preparing a
garment as Sallye Raymond and Beth Nel-
son put the finishing touches on theirs.
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The social studies program this
year increased to implimentation
of the principles composing the
progressive progress program.
Classes consisted of individual as-
signments, packets, extra projects,
and group endeavors, such as dis-
cussion and skits. A unique part of
the department was the Senior
Seminar Class, which explored
such topics as the 1972 Louisiana
gubernational campaign, crimino-
logy, the United States penal sys-
tem, Louisiana geography, Ameri-
can government, and major world
religions. The two classes, Mr.
Smith's and Miss Crespo's, went on
field trips to City Hall, the State Su-
preme Court Building, and various
museums in the French Quarter.
Individual instructions are emphasized on
sequence packets by Miss Connell.
Individual Student Effort
The Core of the Social Studies Program
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above: The much awaited resource center
prove to be an asset to the department. top
left: Outfits and candid lines insure new
ideas among old facts and figures in the his-
opposite: Students employ visual aids to
achieve balanced knowledge in social
ath with a
The noise accompanying the en-
closing of the bus loading area was
probably the most prominent
memory of 1972. Although the
noise did not last long, the racket
tested the concentration of A.l.
math students and the nerves of
A.l. teachers. Because a great num-
ber of math classes were held
above the construction, the '72
Math Department could not help
swaying to a different beat. 1972
was also the year that the new con-
tinuous progress program was im-
plimented into the mathematics
area. Teachers took advantage of
filmstrips and the overhead pro-
jector to assist students. All of their
work, of course, was done to the
beat of a different hammer.
Mrs. Mura reveals to Mary Vega the true
identity of x.
Suzie Faught, Lynn Landry and Brenda Dina-
polis test the familiar theory "three heads
are better than one."
Individual concentration is emphasized as a student tries to understand the concepts of solid geometry.
Although students generally work as individ-
uals, teachers are always there to answer
Larger Language Classes Usd
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B. Dinapolis, l. Thiel, D. Schmit enjoy Spanish class from a new vantage point in the air-conditioned language lab.
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Foreign language classes utilize the lab facilities to great extents in improving pronunciation.
With expanded course offerings in
French, Spanish and Latin, Al stu-
dents became familiar with the ma-
jor langauges of the world through
new and different dimensions.
More students than ever in Foreign
Language classes were constantly
busy with many different media,
both new and old. Students at-
tained a greater knowledge of their
chosen languages through the use
of earphones and tapes. They also
learned more than a second lan-
guage. Through maps, guest speak-
ers, and native foods, foreign lan-
guage students acquired a far
greater appreciation of foreign
1. Doar points out one of the Spanish-speaking
countries to D. lbieta on student-made maps.
joAnn Gonzales, another Michaelangelo maybe
Up, applies basic principles needed in
Onward drew the AJ. art students, inspired
by "model" Kim Devun.
Creativity abounds in 72 Art
The Art students this past year
were able to demonstrate their tal-
ents in more ways than ever. Sculp-
turing, sketching friends, and land-
scaping were all included in the
curriculum. Often, art students'
work was displayed for the enjoy-
ment of the student body. In this
way, other students realized the
wealth of creative talent at AJ.
Jeanne Brouillette utilizes talents developed
during art class to create her own French Quar-
Throughout the '71-72 school year,
the English Department stressed
the progressive progress program
in many areas. As work became
more individualized, students put
their creative talents to much use.
Group endeavors such as skits and
discussions were used to assist fel-
low classmates in understanding
topics as varied as Shakespeare
and Mass Media. Individualized in-
depth study of specific concepts in
various areas of literature was em-
phasized as students completed
preliminary course requirements.
The study of drama, poetry and the
Bible as literature attracted more
and more students as did elective
courses such as yearbook and
below: During a novel study activity, stu-
dens compare ideas on what they have
read. above: Donna Cielino improves her
writing talents in one of the English blocks
on composition. far right: Merlene Willoz
and Pam Kessler attack a passing stranger,
Rhonda Fried, in a scene from the Good Sa-
maritan fBible as Lit. classy,
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Science Labs Reveal Realities
Science classes no longer consisted
of only lectures. Classes extended
into labs where students per-
formed experiments to help them
in understanding concepts de-
scribed in their texts. Under the
careful supervision of teachers,
many students made use of
scopes, gram-scales and bunsen
burners for the first time. Through
labs and able teachers, the world
of science became a more real
world at AJ. in 1971-72.
right: Microscopes aid students in under-
standing cells. below right: General science
students use the gram-scale to determine
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lower left: Students Sharon Peirera and Ka-
ren Polk understand the principles of phys-
ics through practical experimentation. top
left: Students find a variety of lab equipment
with which to work.
The Physical Education Depart-
ment again successfully divided the
program into four-week blocks
throughout the year, but they en-
hanced the program with a wide
selection of electives. A variety of
activities included such choices as
stunts, archery, riflery, self-defense,
recreational games, badminton,
bowling, forms of dance, and body
mechanics. Adding to the "year of
great variety" were the many
unique meeting places for the
classes-such as the foyer of the
cafeteria, the stage, dressing
rooms, and the like.
opposite: Al P.E. students enjoy going back
to childhood days of croquet, even if it
means learning all the proper rules. above:
Proper stance and perfect positioning are
stressed in Aj archery classes.
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Miss Dubuc seems to have taught her
dents the art of self-defense too well.
Business Broadens Program
A new curriculum guide in Business
Education was used for the first
time this year, "A Continuous Prog-
ress Program for Business Educa-
tion in Secondary Schools." This
opened the way for more extensive
courses to be offered in typing,
shorthand, bookkeeping, clerical
practice, key punch, and IBM. Also
new to the program was the imple-
mentation of Distributive Educa-
tion, supervised by Miss Diane
Walthers. Students continued to
prepare for clerical jobs through
COE under the direction of Mrs.
top right: Typing students encounter many
detailed forms in their studies. lower right:
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top left: DE STUDENTS-Front row: Y. Kaul,
pres.g R. Fried, v.-pres.p E. Edwardsp 1. Cos-
tanza, parl. 2nd row: V, Borneg M. Gonzalasg
C. Augusting K. Quickg N. Mickles, treas. 3rd
row: C. Runnelsg M. Aquilog S. Couvilliong S.
Gonzales, sec.g P. Adamsg D. Magee. 4th
row: I. Puissegurg S. Cuepetg A. Browng F.
Perez, hist. above: Business students im-
prove office skills with relevant materials.
left: Pat Coles works with modern IBM ma-
chines. fed. note: See page 233 for COE
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Mrs. Kimball helps student schedule her '72-'73 courses.
Door Always Open
The counselors' doors at Andrew
jackson High School were open to
over 1800 freshmen, sophomores,
juniors, and seniors during the
1971-72 school year. Students'
problems ranged from schedule
changes and scholarship appli-
cations to very special personal
problems. Early in the first week of
school and thereafter, the student
body was encouraged to turn to its
problem solvers-the counselors.
Since each counselor was respon-
sible for guiding from 400 to 500
students, their time was quite lim-
ited, especially at the lunch hours.
In spite of heavy demands on
them, though, they managed to
counsel every student at least one
time before the year ended.
Miss Zimmermann with junior, Sophomore, and Freshman counselors. Mrs. Louise Desselle, Miss Jeanette Abadie, and Mrs. Marilyn Kimball
are ready and willing in the office to answer "Quickie" questions.
Senior Counselor Mrs. Claire Landry receives an
expression of appreciation from Anna Bouchaux,
Senior Class President on Awards Day.
"Operation Safety" was the key
slogan this year in Driver Educa-
tion. A new four-phase program
was implemented to inter-relate
classroom instruction with the sim-
ulator, multi-vehicle lab, and traffic
environment. The simulator taught
students basic preception needed
in driving. After the simulator and
classroom instructions students
used the facilities of the new driv-
ing range. There they developed
driving techniques using an assort-
ment of motor vehicles. During this
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Operation Safety Going Strong
The simulator gives each student the chance to
get the "feel" of a car, which reduces anxiety in
the new safety effort.
above left: Chorus members harmonize at
one of Al's many concerts. above right: L.
Blackstone and C, Corley accompany the
chorus on the piano in school concert.
lower right: Miss Gelpi leads the band to
Band and Chorus on the Go
lt's been a hectic, but exciting year
for Al's band and chorus. They did
many things together, including
four concerts at Al, Christmas tours
at grammar schools, and a music
festival. The chorus performed with
Beauregard High School and the
New Orleans Philharmonic Sym-
phony Orchestra at the Civic Audi-
torium while the band participated
in a number of Mardi Gras parades.
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loving a lot . .
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Excitement runs high as seniors put on their rings for the first time.
Imagination reaches its peak in the decora-
tion ofthe Seniors' cars as does originality in
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Turning of the Senior Rings symbolizes a wish of good luck through the coming year.
72 Ring Turns Bring Luck
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October 1, 1971 was a very special
day for AJ. Seniors, their Ring Day.
Enthusiasm for the annual parade
was increased when it was an-
nounced that prizes would be
given for the best decorated cars.
The library was transformed into a
maze of blue and gold. During a
speech by Mr. Davies, eager, itchy
fingers with polished nails awaited
the distribution of the rings. A Ring
Day brunch was heightened by a
diploma-shaped cake. Many Sen-
iors ended the day with bruised
fingers after having had the ring
turned 71 times for good luck while
saving the last turn for someone
very special. One more senior
dream was fulfilled!
Last October the Class of '75 was
formally initiated into Andrew
jackson High by the Class of '72.
Everyone cooperated with each
other in this unique activity. Fresh-
men, dressed as witches, had to
play all sons of games from leap
frog to rolling peanuts with their
noses. They also had to memorize
the Alma Mater and Freshman
Pledge. The Seniors enjoyed being
dictators as much as the Freshmen
did being slaves. Communicating
with each other on this level im-
proved relations between Fresh-
men and Seniors as both classes re-
alized the importance of each
other. And so the Freshmen of '72
were initiated into Al's style of liv-
ing with the hope that they would
learn to appreciate and respect
Initiation is a success when there is coopera-
tion between the youngest and oldest
Roles change hands when the Seniors serve the Freshmen after a long fun-filled day.
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joan Boushie obeys a command to whistle.
into Aj Style of Living
Games such as leap frog are a tradition in initiating Al style.
Freshman Charmers Claudia Lehrmann, jill
Cazaubon and Nanette Alberti dance to the
music of Rita Shaw.
"Boom Da "-A Previevx
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jackson journal staff members and advisor Ed Sherrill get together for a rap session to plan for their final edition in May.
Photographer Judy Dirmann consults with edi-
tors Leslie Dauterieve, Connie Masson, and
Melanie Gross on needs to complete layout.
af Things to Come
This year the jackson journal got
off to a noisy start with "Boom
Day," when every student at Aj
was presented a balloon. On a sig-
nal from the office, they were all si-
multaneously popped to begin the
1971-72 subsciption campaign with
a BANG. With a very competent
and talented staff, the jackson
journal took on a new look. Be-
sides a change in the type of paper
used, some new additions to this
year's paper were "Spotlight,"
"Creative Corner," and "Letters to
the Editor." The newspaper was
entered in the L.S.P.A. competition
and received third place in overall
design, a first for Aj.
Donna Wiltenmuth prepares for the loud burst
on "Boom Day".
It takes the entire jackson journal staff to "decorate" its very own Christmas tree.
The Homecoming activities of the
1971-72 school year once again
united the students of Andrew
jackson with those of Chalmette
High. The festivities began with a
Homecoming parade through the
streets of Chalmette with keen
competition for the best decorated
float. The parade ended at Chal-
mette High where a joint pep rally
was held. Later that night, the Chal-
mette Owls hosted the lesuit Blue
lays at the annual Homecoming
game where the court and their es-
corts were presented. The football
and school maids made a striking
appearance on the field. Though
the game was not a success, the
spirit of the Owl fans was apparent
at the Homecoming Dance after
Smiling faces of GAA members prove enthusiasm in Homecoming activities
Parade Highlights Homecoming
COURT: H. lones, V. Misuraca, D. Porche, W. Lugenbuhl, C. Esteves, M. Montalbano, G. Bond, M. April, and S. Betz
Happiness for the Spirit Boosters first place in the Homecoming parade.
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For the first time in Al's history, the
sophomores and freshmen had
their own school dances. On the
night of Oct. 22, the Sophomores
danced to the Music of "Delta
Mudd" in Al's cafeteria. The dance
was sponsored by the Beta Club
and the jackson journal staff. They
provided the refreshments and
Then on November 22, the Fresh-
men had their first dance spon-
sored by the Drama, Debate, and
French Clubs. The entertainment
was provided by "Yellow Hare,"
and in keeping with Aj spirit, the
decorations were in colors of blue
far right: Kim Dieck and date dance to the
soft music of "Yellow Hare". top right:
French Club members pour on the Coke at
Aj's Freshman dance. right: At Al's Fresh-
man dance, a precious moment is shared by
Anne Farmer in the midst of a crowd.
Civics Club-front row: L. Brue, treasurer, L. johnson, secretary, P. Lauga, vice-president, P. Bertrand, president. 2nd row: 1. Treitler, P. Thomas,
S. Angalda, L. Gonzales. 3rd row: R. Blanchard, B. Bordelon, K. DeGrado, C. Westerfield, M. Mangiaracia, L. Brossette, C. Godwin, sponsor.
Clubs Serve School and Communit
Again the Civics Club had a fun-
filled and busy year of helping oth-
ers. They filled Thanksgiving pack-
ages for our soldiers in Vietnam. To
change the annual routine, the
members volunteered to entertain
a group of orphans with a picnic at
the Packenham Oaks.
Did you ever have to make a
choice in the culinary arts? Bun-
nies, eggs and crosses were the
types of Easter cakes sold by Fu-
ture Homemakers of America.
They also showed their expertise
by preparing refreshments for the
Aj faculty. "Service" was their
FHA-front row: K. Gioia, D. Cure, B. Warren, vice-pres., P. Nastasi, pres., I. Lafitte, S. Faught,
G. Zeller. 2nd row: l. Cazaubon, D. Garitty, B. Alfonso, R. Daigle, G. Smith, C. Cook, A. Greco,
B. Bellina, S. Couvillion, M. Smith. 3rd row: B. Bryant, M. Hood, B. Roger, D. Arsenaux, V. Lubr-
ano, S. Franatovich, D. Warren, L. Landry, S. Pearce. 4th row: 1. Zeller, E. Nastasi, G. Deubler, E.
Cole, E. Pearce, S. Luccia, 1. Lafitte, E. Bailey, F. Perez, C. Craft.
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Library Club-front row: M. Huber, secretary, K. Wieczor, president, D. Burgner, vice-presi-
dent. 2nd row: C. Moss, K. McCalla, S. Anglada, D. Meyers. 3rd row: Mrs. E. Frink, Mrs. M.
l clark, sponsors, P. Hoffman, E. rayard, E. Broussard, E. Anglada, c. Anglada.
l Librarians, Officials Always
Sorry, library is full! How often did
one see this sign? This year the li-
brary was used by as many as 700
students a day, checking out over
300 books a day. Who kept the li-
brary running as smoothly as it did?
The Library Club whose members
worked at the checkout desk, pre-
pared new arrivals, reshelved
books and kept the card catalog up
Throughout the school year, the of-
ficials provided referees and um-
pires for various sports. Girls in the
officials club had this responsibility
and therefore had to be thoroughly
familiar with the rules of all the in-
tramural sports. lt is because of
their efforts that the intramural
competition went so smoothly.
Officials-L to R: T. deLivaudais, P. Cascio, C
Babin, l. Morales, H. Leroux, K. Polk, I. Bruder,
S. Raymond, D. Powell, B. Maureaux, P. deLiv-
audais, B. Warren, S. Pearce, K. Lawrence, D
Warren, C. Moran, sponsor.
Hermitage Receives Honors
The Hermitage staff was well-re-
warded at the Louisiana Scholastic
Press Association convention when
the '71 Hermitage was named sec-
ond yearbook in the state, topped
only by the Brother Martin annual.
lt also received a first class rating
and one mark of distinction tfor
coveragej in N.S.P.A. competition.
With Brenda Buras as its editor-in-
chief the first semester and Kathy
Lawrence the second semester, the
Hermitage this year attempted to
capture the prevailing feelings of
change. One new innovation in the
English curriculum which benefited
the Hermitage was the addition of
a course block in yearbook.
Yearbook Staff Members-front row: l.
Clark, S. Nichols, R. Schiro, D. Caeta, S.
Randazzo, L. Satter, L. Dannemann, D. De-
laney, and K. Hein. 2nd row: B. Leto, C.
Turner, 1. Larmeu, S. Miller, D. lbieta, K. Six,
M. Civello, and l. Treitler. lNot pictured: C.
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Editorial Advisor Miss Debbie Schoeder and Editor Kathy Lawrence discuss overall plans for
yearbook after assuming their new positions in the middle of the school year.
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Production staff: P. Rome, L. Hull, and D. Gioe.
Yearbook Coordinator, Mrs. Betty Egedy, points
out type sheet procedures to Miss Schroeder,
new Editorial Advisor.
Hermitage Editorial Staff: K. Lawrence, D. McDougall, P. Legendre, C. Alexis, and C. Gonzales. Qnot pictured: D. Wallace and S. Cutrerl
At the beginning of the school
year, the Spirit Boosters sold hand-
made novelties to raise funds.
These were two small styrofoam
owls set on a branch to represent
Andrew jackson and Chalmette.
Their next project was the home-
coming truck which won first
place. During the Chalmette foot-
ball season the club organized a
cheering section at the games. The
club also sold pins during the bas-
ketball season. A picnic concluded
the year of a successful attempt to
rebuild the organization.
School Principal awards Spirit Boosters th
trophy for the best-decorated Homecom
Spirit Boosters-front row: M. Montalbano, Sgt. at Arms C Cambas Vice President F Couvillion President C Raby Treasurer 2nd row S
Arthur: K. Michelg D. Coo ' S. W Il ' E. F
per, a ace, ayard L Brossette 3rd row D Montalbano I Treitler C Gonzales K Cnfasi S Dupas Miss K
Middletong E. Cookg M. Bouchereaug D. Ciolino D Solis S Calato
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Youth for Christ-front row: fvtrs. V. Schumaker, Sponsorg E. Provenzano, Presidentp L. Rivers, Secretary and Treasurerg D. Barnes, Prayer Cap-
tain. 2nd row: R. Casertag Q. Sizemorep E. Fayardg P. O'Conn0rg 1. Cadwellg S. Schmidtg F. Sizemoreg 3rd row: L. Allaing C. Rabyg T. Robsong K.
Yocumg S. Mayeauxg M. Gassen. 4th row: D. Adcockg P. Landryg D. Prineg l. lsheeg K. Sarverg 5th row: A. Provenzanop and R. Dauterive.
FTA and YFC Show Concern
FTA-front row: M. Smith, Reporterp D. Luscy, Pres.g N. Gordy, Sec.-Treas. 2nd row: D. Fau-
chenrg Fl. Melietp L. Brossetteg G. Hehrg D. Constance.
The Youth for Christ initiated a
practice of having open dis-
cussions of members' problems at
meetings instead of having tradi-
tional talks. Their members com-
peted in small quizzes and rallies
with other schools and listened to
a number of guest speakers
throughout the year.
The Future Teachers of America
decided to present the teachers
with notebooks during "Teacher
Appreciation Week." The group
also assisted teachers individually.
Our future teachers will soon be
contributing their knowledge in our
nation's educational system.
Boogie Woogie Bugle Babies Wir
Beta's Campaign propaganda is the order of the day for busslng to convention
Beta Club Seniors-front row: L. Cucchero
Reporterg B. St. Romain, Sec., T. Roy, Presi-
dentg and S. Lae, Treasurer. 2nd row: V
Bornep B. Behreng C. Sperryg and P. Nastasi
3rd row: C. lonesp M. Kastnerp D. Garitty
and 1. Dirmann. 4th row: C. Horng L. Fra:
dellag K. Mossg R. lonesg and G. Hendricks
Sth row: P. Pugliap C. Alexisg B. Fleurichamp
M. Soroeg and C. Zwicke. 6th row: Mrs
Louise Desselle, Sponsorp H. Bullg T
Vaughng C. Esteves and E. Pearce.
at Beta Convention
The induction of junior Betas be-
gan a new and exciting year for the
Beta Club. Plans for the convention
began with the nomination of
Diana Barcelona for State Beta Sec-
retary. The big rush was on with the
planning of convention and cam-
paigning. Diana's loss of the elec-
tion by only 14 votes indicated that
she had a noteworthy campaign.
The Betas, upon returning from the
convention, eagerly prepared a skit
called "Alice in Easterland" which
was performed for the St. Elizabeth
Orphanage. Finally, the Betas se-
cretly planned and served at the
Honors Banquet to complete a
successful and active year.
Terrell Roy, president of Beta, presides over the
Beta Club luniors-front row: C. Gonzalesg A.
Grecog G. Heckp P. Campierep K. Clairg C. lsheep
C. Raby. 2nd row: E. Saucierg B. Maherp M.
Lairdg C. leffriesg V. Caponeg L. Hardy. 3rd row:
R. Heaphy, V. Colombop C. lunkerg D. Geracig
C. Logosg S. Dixon. 4th row: D. Barcelonap S.
Galivang C. Harwellg S. Bellandeg L. Smithp l.
Munsterg L. Dauteriveg M. Cautreaux. Sth row:
S. Georgeg D. Lawrenceg K. Barnesp S. Cutrerg K.
Rigbyg M. Grossp C. Mazzap L. Hull. 6th row: P.
Laugag P. Legendreg 1. Michong K. Fioreg 1. Neyg
A. Mayhallg E. Robicheauxg D. Wallace. 7th
row: N. Bourgeoisg G. Westg B. Mageeg T.
Zwickg P. Bertrandg K. Prattp D. Schmitp L.
Come. 8th row: K. Scottg K. lanneckg H. Cu-
lottag C. Corley: l. Bruderg H. Lerouxg D. Bossg
K. Heiderg C. Doodyg T. Hollardg Mrs. Tisdale,
Science Club Tours and Plants
The Science Club ventured to USL
this spring to tour its Science De-
partment. They spent a weekend
on the campus and enjoyed being
a part of college life. Another
spring activity was the planting of a
special tree on Arbor Day. The club
sold key chains as a fund-raising
project. A picnic was later held in
Rosemary Bickford assists Mr. Mouton in plant
ing Arbor Day tree.
Science Club-front row: R. Hurstell,Vice-President R Blckford Secretary Treasurer C luncker President C Harwell Historian L Randazzo
Reporter. 2nd row: C. Logosg S. Morrisong C Brayman M Cannon S Schmidt l Robichaux C Helntz 3rd row H Smith D Barberot S
Randazzog C. Isheeg D. Geracig P. Dubretg I Larmeu L Quin Mrs Nunez Sponsor
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junior and Senior Equations League-T. Heck, E. jones, M. Tortorichg 1. Larmeug l. deBrueys,
sponsor, G. Hendricks, T. Roy, C. Turner, C. Supreanp B. Leto.
The Math Club continued with its
tutoring services again this year,
helping students during their lunch
hour. ln March, the girls attended
the State Mu Alpha Theta Con-
vention in Baton Rouge. The club
was also active in the District with
Cheryl Esteves as District Secretary
and the Equations League com-
peting against various schools.
Math Club-left row: K. Glynn, D. Geraci,
P. Laugap L. Ducombsp S. Cutrerg M. Can-
non, C. Dugasp A. Luc, P. Legendrep C.
Doodyg H. Culottag K. Barnes. back row: C.
Estevesg L. Come, G. Hendricks, treasurer,
H. Bull, secretary, T. Roy, vice-president, C.
Alexis, president, D. McDougall, D. Wall-
ace. right row: B. Von Behren, V. Borne, L.
Cuccherop 1. Dirmanng D. Garittyp V. Co-
lombo, R. lonesg M. Kastnerg E. Nassarp K.
Heider, T. Hollard.
F A and YSC Serve Community
The Future Nurses of America were
especially busy throughout the
school year. Members attended an
LSU Special Program on cells at the
lung Hotel. They also distributed
Easter baskets to children of the
State Street Children's Home. The
Youth Safety Council continued its
work even during the summer.
They senfed the school community
by repainting and numbering the
school parking lot. In March, the
officers attended the Louisiana
Safety Conference in Baton Rouge,
where a presentation was made
concerning the newly built driving
range in St. Bernard Parish.
A, A . 'Q -S.
ew w as
FNA-front row: K. Palmisano, sgt.-at-arms,
M. Celino, Treasurer, I. Byrnes, President,
D. Gebbia, Vice-President, T. Hollard, Sec-
retary. 2nd row: P. Mullins, I. Duvieilh, G
Eisenbraun, D. Palmisano, L. Magel, P. Def-
fes, Mrs. Foret, Sponsor. 3rd row: K. Guerra, '
M. Broome, M. lenneman, K. jones, S.
Cuevas, 1. Bauer, B. Cox, V. Carambat, Y.
YSC-front row: K. Pratt, S. Cutrer, C. Gunn, l. Gagliano, B. Dinapolis, M. Hood, Vice-President, H. Bull, President, M. Noonan, 1. Boushie, I.
Thiel, M. Montalbano, 1. DeRose. 2nd row: D. Ibieta, A. Couvillion, H. Culotta, Secretary, C. Esteves, Treasurer, Mr. Ladner, Sponsor, and l.
Red Cross, Art Draw Students
Red Cross-front row: R. Bickford, Vice-
Presidentp T. Zwick, Presidentp and C. Vam-
prine, Secretary. 2nd row: G. Zellerg L. Don-
nelyg D. Dauteriveg F. Sizemoreg B. Pipesg P.
Scheurermannp and P. Nastasi. 3rd row: L.
Brosetteg I. Zellerg S. Kelly, Sponsorp P.
Romeg I. Lafitteg V. Carambatg and R.
The Red Cross Club called upon
the student body to help the sol-
diers in Viet Nam this year by stuff-
ing Christmas Stockings for them.
The Art Club demonstrated its ar-
tistic talents by making and selling
knotted belts of various colors.
Through these and other activities
both clubs interested many stu-
dents who kept going on projects
all through the year.
Art Club-front row: D. Castillo, Treasurerg M. Perez, Vice-Presidentg B. Maher, Presidentg S. Galivan, Reporter. 2nd row: M. Youngp B. Burkertg
B. Melerinep C. Laigastg P. Tassing S. Dupasg S. Arthurg D. Gaetag K. Larrivierep A. Deimelp L. Warreng C. jeffriesp L. Hinglep L. Landrum, Sponsor.
ln the cafeteria well-decorated to
provide a springtime atmosphere,
the Seniors recalled their years at
Aj through the comic portrayals of
their most memorable classmates
in the Romper Bomper Room.
Terry McVille mimicked Margie
Williams in one of her more critical
moodsg Pam Kessler, as Donna
Trocchiano, urged her classmates
to love Al. Other characters found
in the Romper Bomper Room were
Diana "Susan Collison" Hingle,
Beryl "Miss Zim-Zim" St. Romain,
Ingrid "Roselyn Caserta" Buuck
and Myra "Kathy Moss" Hood.
Diana "Susie Collision" Hingle sings her way
across the stage.
Senior class president Anna Bouchoux serves as
Mistress of Ceremonies at March 17th banquet.
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Terry "Margie Williams" McViIIe gives her
opinion of the situation.
Seniors get into the rornper bomper mood after feasting on Cornish hens
GAA-Spirited School Group
The GAA proved to be both active
and spirited in the 1971-72 school
year. Throughout the year they as-
sisted greatly in the intramural
games. They also sponsored the
GAA Banquet, "Dog Patch, U.S.A."
Many of the girls in the group
helped to sell refreshments at the
regional ball games toward the end
of the year. They also helped by
backing rally teams for volleyball
and softball. During the year the
GAA attended a tennis tournament
outside of school.
Freshmen were asked if they
wished to be a part of this group.
Then they were expected to par-
ticipate in intramurals whenever
possible. All girls in the GAA must
be ready, able, and willing to play
sports. That's why they're such a
Freshmen-kneeling: R. Black, D. Protti, D.
Cure. 2nd row: M. Kneale, K. Robicheaux, A.
Lajaunie, S. Schiel, K. Connell, S. Prados, C.
Gioe. 3rd row: R. Leroux, L. Vaughan, P. jones,
B. Castillo, C. Culotta, K. Bolton, R. Mayeux, l.
Seniors-front: Sallye Raymond, Secretary-
Treasurer. kneeling: KL to RQ C. Serpas, E.
Pearce, B. Warren, Vice-President, P. Cas-
cio, F. Pepper, K. Lawrence, P. Deffes, C.
Horn. standing: D. Powell, President, T. ,
Quartararo, H. Bull, K. Polk, Historian, L. l
McDougall P Downing I Thiel L Landry
S. Pearce D Cooper D Warren D Ibleta
A. Couvlllon D Magee I Roper
lunlors L Landry C Gonzales C Babm D Ory L Hahn 1 Bruder T de Llvaudals P de Llvaudais, D Worsham H Leroux C Doody I
Thespians, Debaters Compete
The Drama Club under the ex- DfamaClubsets upsceneryforone actplav P9ff0fff1HnCeS
cellent leadership of Susan Colli-
son, president, excited the emo-
tions of its audience in both the
Annual One-Act Play Contest and
the Senior Play. In addition, the
members of the Drama Club enter-
tained the children of the Crippled
Children's Hospital with a Hallow-
een skit. This years' activities were
culminated by a banquet at the Be-
verly Dinner Playhouse.
This year the Debate and Public
Speaking Club was busy both in
school and out. ln school, the
members helped sponsor the first
Freshmen Dance. Away from
campus the girls participated in
four tournaments: Holy Cross,
Brother Martin, Lafayette High, and
the USL discussion tournament. ln
Lafayette, Donna Wiltenmuth
completed through the finals and
Cindy Gonzales through semi-fi-
nals in Oratory while Donna Troc-
chiano and Donna Wiltenmuth
achieved quarter finals in Debate.
Debate Club-Kneeling: P. Legendre, Sec-
retary-Treasurerg D. Trocchiano, Vice-Presi-
dent, C. Gonzales, President. standing: S.
Norsworthyg M. Kemp, sponsors, I. lsheep I.
Gagliano, S. CollisongN. Heck, D. Hentzep L.
Servayg S. Mussop A. Mayhallp C. Leger.
Drama Club-front row: L. Vuscich, Treas.
P. Shields, Sec.g S. Collison, Presidentg S
Nastasi, Big Brother. 2nd row: L. Vauginp 1
Lafitteg K. Mossy S. Paceg M. Huberg E. La-
fontp S. Faughtg M. Montalbanog D. Sal-
vaggiop M. Easleyg 1. Geeckg V. Caponeg C.
Guillotp C. Lejeuneg D. Hentzeg N. Heck. 3rd
row: I. LeRougep R. LeRougeg P. Kesslerg E.
Martinezg D. Smithg S. Arthurg B. Dinapolisg
1. Larmeug C. Breudp K. Iulianp B. Cataianop S.
Coxp S. Schubert. 4th row: S. Ryang P. Leg-
endrep D. Trocchianog N. Gordyg j. Pippinsg
N. Gordy prepares L.
performance in the
M. Huberg A. Mayhal
Catton before her big
senior one-act play
Ig S. Lucciag S. Segretop
S. Soroeg T. Treburqg I. Theilg K. Heinp L.
Castaingg 1. DeRoseg D. Daigrepont. Sth
row: K. Middletong H
. Smithg S. Norsworthy,
The Future Business Leaders of
America were busy this year selling
candles as a fund raising project.
Donned in blue dresses with yel-
low scarves, they also participated
in the District Convention, where
they won enough events to be able
to attend the State Convention.
Again they earned much recogni-
tion. At Christmas time they visited
an orphanage as a service project.
They ended the year with a ban-
quet where awards were given out.
FBLA-1st Year Members-tLeft to Righty 1st
row: P. Herringtong 1. Trainag M. Ruffinog M.
Hoodg S. Willhoftg T. Cimop F. Salvantg P.
Ducoteg B. Mageeg l. Lafitteg 1. Ney. 2nd
row: S. Benezechg B. Pipesp C. Knealeg D.
FBLA-2nd Year Members-1st row: D
Trocchiano, sec.g K. Croh, trea.p P. Coles
pres.p R. Hurstell, parliamentarian. 2nd row
S. Coxg D. Bourdeug R. Bickfordg C. Vam-
prinep T. Zwicke, historiang D. Ciolino, re-
O'Flynnp 1. Deimelp C. Cusicg B. Coxg D. Cur-
tisg D. Labourdetteg S. McDougallp S. Bel-
landeg l. McMenamin. 3rd row: P. Austinp S.
Bourgeoisg D. Theriotg A. Grecog C. Schaub-
hutp K. Clairg R. Letog B. Melerineg D. Geraci
porterg V. Colombog C. junckerg A. Lucg Mrs
Francinques, sponsor. 3rd row: L. Brueg S
Mussop F. Clarkg G. Bond, vice-pres.g L. Kat-
tengellg S. Luccia.
P. Deffesp S. Arthur. 4th row: P. Romeg K.
Randazzog P. Riserg M. Perezp D. Piniong C.
Messap P. Dubretg C. Logosg C. Perniciaro,
D. Mageeg L. Landry.
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French Club-1st row: L. Monteyerdep M.
Lairdg P. Vetterg D. Hentzeg L. Wallerp I. Hy-
mel. 2nd row: L. Faulstichg 1. Quatesg P.
Dowdp M. Dowd. 3rd row: R. Angelog C.
Boudreauxg I. Buuckg N. Johnson. 4th row:
C. Cotognog M. Reynoldsg S. Daigleg M.
Poche. Sth row: C. Bocageg C. Schaubhutg F.
Salvantp P. Riser. 6th row: N. Frankg
L.Dannemanng C. Corleyg L. Hahn. 7th row:
D. Morelg D. Pelitereg D. O'Flynng C. Baia-
monte. 8th row: B. Fontaineg S. Forestp L.
Corneg K. O'Flarity. 9th row: 1. luneau, 1.
Treitlerg l. lsheeg C. Turner. 10th row: B.
Knaverg S. Brugierg L. Allaineg l. Dirmann.
11th row: C. Nicholsonp B. Letop C. Supreang
P. Legendre. 12th row: K. Heiderg l. Mor-
gang R. Schluterg K. Barnes. 13th row: D. Al-
lemanep I. Edgecombe. 14th row: B. St. Ro-
rnaing Miss P. Ullrich, sponsor: 1. Coco. 15th
row: H. Bull.
French Club Adds to Traditions
julie Edgecombe, Carol Baiamonte and lo Ann Hymel take a break during the Freshman Dance.
The French Club continued its tra-
dition of visiting orphanages by vis-
iting one at Christmas and again at
Easter. The members went on their
annual trip to Avery Islands. They
co-sponsored the Freshman Dance
and the Annual French Culture
Day. In addition, they entered a
replica of the Eiffel Tower in the
Homecoming Parade, a note-
above: Intent upon perfection, Al band
members show concentration during school
concert. opposite: Aj and Beauregard sup-
plement the Symphony Orchestra with their
Cuestdirector from local music school leads the Al concert band during one of its
Aj's First Stage Ban
The Al chorus performs one of its arrangement under the direction of student teacher from L.S.U.-N,O.
dds Zest To Shows
The 1971-72 session for the band
and chorus proved to be a year of
success in more ways than one.
With the introduction of Aj's first
stage band and the combined ef-
forts of the band and chorus, nu-
merous groups were provided with
outstanding entertainment. The
many dedicated hours of practice
proved to be a worthwhile in-
vestment, as shown by the honor-
able awards received by the two
groups in district and state
Members of A1's first stage band display their
style at the annual Talent Show.
Band, Chorus Rate Superior
The new Al Stage Band consisting
of twenty band members and
soloist Susan Collison participated
in music festivals at Nicholls State
and Loyola Universities and re-
ceived superior ratings at each.
Both the concert band and chorus
as well as soloists and ensembles
later appeared at the L.M.E.A. Fes-
tival to capture more superior
ln addition to readying themselves
for competition, the two music
groups were constantly working to
maintain their excellence at the an-
nual Pops, Winter and Spring Con-
certs as well as at elementary
school concerts throughout the
parish. Both the band and chorus
were under the direction of Miss
Lynn Celpi and two student teach-
ers from Loyola, Miss Gross and
Band members who attained superior ratings
for solo ensembles include JoAnn Alexander,
Sheila Boullion, Debbie Faust, Gloria Freeman,
Claudra Dugas, joEllen Bozant, Kathy jones,
and Rhonda jones.
Nancy Heck, Sheila Boullion and Sharon Smith get in extra rehearsals at lunch time to prepare
for ensemble competition.
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Susan Collison, chorus member, earned the
honor of being a member of the All-State
Ensemble Chorus Members-Front Row: Deb-
bie Barnes, luanita Coco, Kathleen Pratt, Toni
LaNasa and Carolyn Corley. Back row: Susie
Collison, Ethel Dunlap, Ieanne Deano and Bar-
At football and basketball games
throughout the year, the Al Char-
mers demonstrated finesse in their
dance routines. Under the direc-
tion of Misses Dianne Walther and
Linda Newchurch, the girls had
perfected their dance skills to such
a point that even before the season
began they placed 2nd in dance
competition at the Loyola Summer
Dance Camp. The Charmers spon-
sored a one-day dance clinic later
in the year in which they placed lst
Charmer officers Mary lo Ruffino, Winonah
Lugenbuhl, Phyllis Wild and Debbie Bran-
non promote the sale of trash cans Char-
mers sold to raise funds.
Senior Charmer Members: D. O'Flynng M. Ruffino D Pelitere M Hood T Vaughn Bull T Quartarato W Lugenbuhl captain
Captains Winonah Lugenbuhl and Phyllis Wild fpictured in white-uniformsl lead Charmers in dance routine prior to performing
arning Honors in Competition
Chiil'm6l'S-fl'0nf l'0W1 N- Alberfie: M. Ruf- Pablovich. 3rd row: B Wendllng D Gulllot
finog S. Pelitereg W. Lugenbuhl, captaing P. 1. Cazaubong D. Porche D Scheaffer 4th
Wild, captaing M. Hoodp D. O'FIynng P. Fer- row: M, Laird, C, Gunn K Rigby 1 Spi
Fafa- 2nd l'0W1 G' Heckz C- Lehfemimni H- Cuzza, L. Landry. 5th row A Couvllllon D
Bullg T. Quartararog T. Vaughng D. Doddp E. Brannon, C, Doody
The Drill Squad of 84 members,
smaller this year than in the past,
participated in all of Chalmette's
football games including the
laycees Bowl Game at Bay St.
Louis. With spirit prevalent along
with pride and unity the girls also
marched at several basketball
games and in one parade. The
squad even ventured to perform at
Lorager High School. Because of
this decrease in number but in-
crease in spirit, members of the
D.S. adopted the slogan "We're
not the biggest but the best."
Captains: P. McKeough, S. Boushie, 1. Fitch, Lieutenants D Hueschen C Muntz C Petit L Fradella L Cross P Plauche C Alexis 1 Dir
A. LaNasa. mann 1 Cazaubon N johnson D Gauthier L Hardy
QL to RJ 1st row: B. Dinapolisg D. Steing I
Riellyg R. Le-top K. Clairg V. Caponeg l
Ciacciog L. Smithg S. Nastasip C. Siegfriedg N
lohnsong C. Schuthg C. Petit. 2nd row: D
Salvaggiog F. Youngbloodp L. Von Behreng P
Troxclairg l. Cazaubong L. Cuccherop S
Dupasp D. Bossp L. Fradellag' B. Nelsong P
Nastasig B. Von Behrenp C. Montzg P. Lange
3rd row: 1. Thielg L. Grossp D. Luscyg K
Schuleg D. Bourdeup L. Hardyp D. Gauthierg
S. Bourgeoisg M. Calamiag D. Curtisp D
lohnsong A. Albeg R. lonesg P. McHughg S.
Cutrer. 4th row: J. Dirmannp L. Bartholomae
D. Lawrenceg M. Mayeuxg G. Mazzag 1
Munsterg M. Burnsg P. Herringtonp H. Cu-
lottag L. Mayeuxg S. Knowerg A. Lucy M
DiPavodag K. Frayp K. Sperier. Sth row: C
Drill Squad demonstrates its precision
marching at Chalmette football games.
L. Cucchero and 1. Dirmann enjoy being a
part of D.S. in Homecoming Parade.
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Legerg C. Calleganp S. Nicholsg B. Mageeg T.
Zwickep S. Belandeg K. Prattg M. Prattg R
Schroederg L. Corneg P. Plaucheg I. Buuck
M. Soroeg B. St. Romaing C. Alexis. 6th row
D. Huescheng N. Cordyg M. Grossg I. Zeller,
S. Boushie, qcpt.jg 1. Fitch, Qcptjg P
McKeough, fcptlp A. LaNasa, qcptjg K
Barnesg K. Heiderg P. Henderson.
Majorette performances and
cheerleading expertise added spirit
and talent to both the football and
basketball seasons of the Chal-
mette Owls. Because of their en-
thusiasm, the cheerleaders were
asked to cheer at the N.F.L. Ban-
quet held at the Roosevelt Hotel.
The 1971-72 cheerleading squad at-
tended camp during the summer
of '71 at Northwestern State Uni-
versity in Natchitoches. There for
the first time in A l history, the
cheerleaders earned a superior rat-
ing. The majorettes also came
home victorious this year from the
National Baton Twirling Contest at
West jefferson, having placed 2nd
in twirling competition.
Twirlers warm up in new gold and blue uniforms.
Twirls, Cheers Spark Spirit
right, cheerleaders-kneeling: A. Claude.
front row: E. Helscherg A. Christianseng P.
Laugag G. Bondp C. Boudreauxg M. Montai-
bano. 2nd row: D. Bagwellg M. Girouardg D.
johnson and K. Bougeous. lower right, Ma-
jorettes-K. Glynng D. Piniong P. Downingp
D. Barcelonag K. lanneckg P. Bertrand and
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Cidget Bond, Captain, leads many Chalmette
football fans in spiritvd cheers.
The spirit of the cheerleaders spreads to all
Chalmette through the homecoming
. . "Boys" Display Talent
A. l.'s Drama Club displayed its
abundant talent in a most appro-
priate manner-the Annual One-
Act Plays. The Sophomore produc-
tion of "Have You Had Your Oper-
ation?" was awarded best play. Lisa
Catton, portraying a frustrated em-
ployer in the Senior entry, "Take a
Letter," was awarded the title of
Best Actress. The juniors presented
"Hello Out There," a dramatic en-
try about an innocent man wrongly
accused of murder. The Freshman
entry, "Witch Hazel," was a sus-
pense story about a chair which
had supernatural powers.
The chair in "Witch Hazel" casts its mys-
terious spell over Freshmen actresses.
Sophomore Susan Nastasi visits the "sick" Patrice Downing to inquire Have You Had Your Operation?
left-For her excellent performance as an
author in the Senior one-act play, "Take a
Letter," Lisa Catton is named "Best Actress."
above-Mrs. Susie Norsworthy and Miss
Pam Heaton receive expressions of appre-
ciation from the performers.
The A. I. "boys" get together after dress re-
hearsal. Left to right: M. Mayeux, C. Doody,
L. Catton, L. Dauterive, and T. Marinello.
Seniors and luniors-front row: L. Daute-
rive, H. Culotta, M. Pratt, P. Wild, K. Rigby
2nd row: M. Gross, M. Laird, D. Barcelona,
C. DoodyiV. Pres.j, K. Helder, B. Martin, K
Sophomores and Freshmen-front row: C.
Gallo, R. Rabalais, M. Noonan, D. Hentze,
C. Gonzales, 1. LeRouge, L. Bernard, S.
Fiore, M. Bruder, E. Signorino, 3rd row: B.
St. Romain, 1. Fitch, H. Bull, K. Lawrence, P.
Nastasi, K. Polk, C. jones, D. Trocchiano
tPres.j, C. Esteves, G. Bond, P. Coles, G.
Hendricks, L. Duckworth iTreas.j, D. Ryder,
A. Boucheaux QSec.j, Mr. Roberts iSpohsorl.
Active Student Counci
Smith, N. Alberti, S. Zeller, S. Colombo. 2nd Ethridge, C. Culotta, 3rd row: L. Catton, I.
row: C. Leger, S. Nastasi, D. Salvaggio, E. Augustin, P. Downing, P. Kingston, S.
Marquet, I. Morgan, D. Smith, K. janneck, E. Schmidt, P. Riedl, T. Wagner.
trives for Togetherness
The Student Council members,
elected by their homerooms on the
basis of leadership, strived
throughout the year to accomplish
a major goal of bringing together
the student body and the adminis-
tration. Activities of many varieties
were sponsored by the Student
Council. Among these were the
Powder Puff Came, the class
Christmas Tree Contest, Annual Ti-
tles Dance, Spring Fever Day,
Americanism Day, and a trip to
LSU. In addition, financial projects
of raising money to be donated at
the end of the year to the school
proved to be a success.
During a heated discussion, Donna Troc-
chiano keeps her cool and maintains order.
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"Little kiddles" danced the night
away to the music of "YaZoo" at
the 1971-72 Annual Titles Dance.
After weeks of wondering, the
long-awaited results were finally
made known through the rhythm
of familiar nursery rhymes which
described the significance of each
title. A large crowd attended the Ti-
tles Dance, the only school dance
to which all students were invited.
The high point of the evening was
the announcement of the winners
of Annual Titles for both C.H.S. and
Surprise overcomes Cheryl Leger and Lana Vucich with announcement of "Best Groomedf'
While one couple ponders the results of the elections, girls on the sideline predict the winners,
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MOST INTELLIGENT Beryl St. Romain
MOST ATHLETIC Sallye Raymond
MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Betty Rose Warren
MOST PGPU LAR Diana Barcelona
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PRETFIEST GIRL Cheryl Esteves
Al's cafeteria was transformed into
Dogpatch, U.S.A. for the Annual
Athletic Banquet. The walls were
covered with scenes from this fa-
mous town of cartoondom.
Dressed as hillbillies at a hoedown,
Aj Athletes marched proudly up to
receive their awards. Surprising
things occurred at the banquet. For
the first time ever, there was a tie
for the lane Walsh award with
Diane Powell and Betty Warren
sharing the honors. Also the Kay
Nunez award was received by
Cindy Gonzales, first junior ever to
receive this award. Other out-
standing athletes were: Sally Ray-
mond, seniorp Cindy Babin, junior,
Patty Kingston, sophomore, Leslie
The Dogpatch "Shuffle" is shown by Cookie
Doody to express her elation in receiving a
Mrs. Raymond accepts her award as Mother
of the Year.
Athletes Go to
Rewarded for her spirit, Kathy Lawrence re-
ceives the Alumni Award from Miss
Outstanding Sophomore, Freshman, and junior are from left to right, P. Kingston, L. Vaughan, and C. Babin.
Over 1200 projects were entered
by Al students in the Social Studies my
Fair March 8th and 9th. Winners
were announced for first, second,
and third place in each of six cate-
gories along with honorable men-
tions. The first place winners were
as follows: Melanie Kastner, geog-
raphyp Karen Barcia, economics,
Lynn Petit, anthropology, Elizabeth
Anglada, political science, Kim
Rigby, history, and Monica Ford,
sociology. Elizabeth Anglada also
was overall fair winner of the local
Projects covering twentieth century history
are entered in the fair.
Students add to knowledge by participating in and attending the fair.
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gl i Anglada enjoys being a winner.
Everylood is a Star Proven True
Variety as well as talent reigned
high at A.l.'s Annual Talent Show.
This year's program included eve-
rything from solo singers to pranc-
ing pups and even a "drunk!"
Whether participating or watching
their friends, everyone helped to
prove the theme of the evening, ,
"Everyone is a star."
R. Rabalais and C. Beaugez's medley captures
2nd place in keen competition.
above left: "As Long as He Needs Me" is S, Collison's selection from the musical "Oliver."
above right: lst place Superstar, l. Brouliette sings "I Don't Know How to Love Him," opposite:
Gracefully performing acrobatic feats, D. Arnold prepares to complete hand-stand. Not pic-
tured: First place group winners-Provetere sisters and Shary Guepet.
left: On Spring Fever Day, S. "Minnie Pearl" Ar-
thur has her fling. below: Prize-winning Spring
Fever hats prove useful at lunch time.
Julie Provetere "Springs" into Spring.
Flowers, wild colors, bows, feath-
ers, bird cages-what's going on?
These were the smyptons of Spring
Fever Day. Students utilized every-
and-anything to decorate their
hats. Laughter filled the halls as
friends exchanged looks at each
other's hats. Competition was high
as homeroom winners displayed
their gala head-dresses for coun-
selors to judge. Even though every-
one could not win, the excitement
and fun of doing something differ-
ent were prizes for all on a lazy
Spring Fever Symptons Astir
Miss Walther gets a sentimental reward
when presenting Charmer award.
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D. Barcelona is presented as new Majorette
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S Cuevas is overcome with feeling when student teacher presents special band award to her.
A shining new bicycle complete with horn re-
flects the appreciation the band has for Miss
April 27 was the date of the annual
Band, Charmer, Drill Squad, and
Majorette Banquet. Before each
presentation of awards, short skits
were given by members of the
groups and their sponsors remi-
niscing about high moments in the
past experiences of 1971-72.
Awards were presented to each
member and special presentations
were made to outstanding partici-
pants. At the end of each presenta-
tion the sponsor received a small
gift from hergroup. Officers for the
coming year were also presented.
Though there were many tears,
they were tears of joy.
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fabovej was also displayed on their sparkling
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left-junior Class President, Cookie Doody, announces the Prom Court. above-juniors and
their dates await the beginning of the prom in foyer of the Civic Auditorium.
juniors "Imagine" Prom . . .
"Imagine"-a junior Prom, April 1,
1972. Spring bouquets, pastel col-
ors, good music, and friends are
the best ingredients for a memo-
rable evening. The first prom held
away from school was indeed a
high point of the junior class.
Whether couples were dancing,
waiting in line for favors and pic-
tures, or just chatting with friends,
the music of "Kolour" prevailed
throughout. The class of '73's
motto was from "Imagine"-their
song-"the world will be as one."
Mrs. Abercrombie, junior Prom sponsor, ea-
gerly opens her gift of appreciation while class
Senior Play Features 50's
On April 6, the modern school of
the present, Al, was transformed
into an average school of the 50's,
Ubobby sox," brownstick trousers
and bow-ties made their come-
back in the Senior Play "Our Miss
Brooks". The light and easy-mov-
ing comedy entertained the audi-
cence with its problems of high
school students and faculty.
Much of the work involved in
presenting "Our Miss Brooks" was
done enthusiastically. The play it-
self got off to a slow start due to a
lack of interest on the part of Chal-
mette students, not enough boys
turned out to fill the male roles.
Similar problems were encoun-
tered and overcome. Finally, on the
night of dress rehearsal, half the
stage flats fell down. After these
were repaired and tied back up,
the play went on smoothly to be-
come a success. The fine perform-
ances were the result of the efforts
of director Karen lulian, lead star
Donna Trocchiano and the entire
cast and crew.
Behind the school principal and PTA presi-
dent, Karen Polk gives a signal of warning to
the rest of the cast.
The many faces of "Our Miss Brooks
In one scene from the Play, Donna Trocchiano becomes frustrated in efforts to comfort Melanie Montalbano.
On May 13, the Senior Prom was
held for the first time at the Civic
Auditorium. Candlelit tables set
with rose centerpieces, the favors-
tulip champagne glasses-and the
band "Church" all added to the
pr0m's theme "Reflections"
The queen and court were
presented favors with which to re-
member the prom. Refreshments
of mints and cokes were served
throughout the evening. The Senior
class indeed had a wonderful
Mrs. B. Poplin presents Maid E. Nassar with her
Reflections of Senior Pr
Iandlel ight and Roses
T. Gaurine reigns as queen of the Senior Prom
and R. Bickford.
with her maidsp K. Ory, C. Spera, E. Nassar
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the Senior Prom.
P. Carnhout finds dancing easier without
above: "Doctor" Zimmermann is delighted
with her gift from the school a "Dr, Kit" to
assist her while she is away next year work-
ing on her doctorate. above right: Miss Zim-
mermann expresses Al's gratitude to Mrs.
jeandron and the Prep Quiz Bowl Team.
opposite page, top: Mrs. Dagro presents
Dianne Powell with her award for earning
150 intramural points. center: Mrs. Walker
and Mrs. Scott, coaches, proudly present the
State Softball team trophy. far right: Cookie
Doody accepts the Spirit Trophy for the Jun-
At Awards Day 1972, there were
many delightful surpirses. Depart-
ment and rally awards were given
out along with numerous club and
activity awards. Following presen-
tation of the new Student Council
president, Cookie Doody, she was
presented the gavel of the out-
going president, Donna Troc-
chiano. Donna was awarded one
of the most coveted honors, the "I
Dare You" award.
The volleyball and softball teams
each presented their respective
trophies to Miss Zimmermann as
did the Prep Quiz Bowl Team.
Then came some unusual surprises.
ill Awards Da
The Sophomore Class presented a
bouquet to the Seniors, and the
Seniors made special presentations
to Mr. Arceneaux, Miss Gelpi, Mrs.
Landry and Mrs. Walker.
Miss Zimmermann announced that
for the fourth time in the history of
the school the "Little Colonel"
Award was being presented. It
went to Mrs. Betty Egedy in appre-
ciation for service to The Hermi-
tage. The final announcement was
one of the most important and
best-kept secrets of the year-the
winner of the Spirit Trophy, the
junior Class of 1972.
As a Bon Voyage to the honor
grads of '72, the Beta Club juniors
sponsored the Annual Honors Ban-
quet. Decorated with sailboats, the
cafeteria had a cheerful atmos-
phere during the steak dinner
served by Boogie Woogie Bugle
Babies. After each honor graduate
had been named, Miss Zimmer-
mann named the top graduates.
Everyone was surprised at the an-
nouncement of the three valedic-
torlans and three girls tied for third
place. This meant that seven happy
Aj grads would have the honor of
sitting on stage at graduation.
Salutatorian-Beryl St. Romain receives the Bell Telephone Science Award on Awards Day
below right: Third place graudates Kathy Moss,
Melanie Kastner, and Suzanne Boushie freceiv-
ing congrats from Mrs. Dagrol.
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graduate Ellen Pierce with
her honor diploma at Hon-
"Sometimes, Not Often Enough
above: In a touching moment for both,
Kathy jones is handed her diploma by her
father, Assistant Superintendent of St. Ber-
nard Parish Schools. right: Outside, seniors
do a few last minute touch-ups before the
commencement exercises begin. upper
right: Solemn faces prevail among the Sen-
ior class as they sing the Alma Mater for the
Ne Reflect Upon The Good Things"
388 girls will look back upon May
30, 1972 as one of the most impor-
tant days in their lives. On this
night their dreams became a real-
ity, and they congregated, for one
last time as the seniors of '72. The
seniors chose for their class song a
most appropriate one-"Some-
times." Its words and meaning re-
lated very closely to the heart, and
through it the girls offered their
parents a sincere thanks. This song,
along with the singing of the Alma
Mater and "Happiness" brought
out many mixed emotions as the
girls thought about their coming
future and lingering past.
Highlighting the fast-moving grad-
uation ceremony were speeches
given by Dr. William Smith, De-
partment of Education, LSUNO,
and by Mr. Buford jones, Associate
Superintendent of St. Bernard Par-
ish Schools. Diplomas were
presented by Mr. Leon Perniciaro,
St. Bernard Parish School Board
This Class of '72 will long be re-
membered in A.l. history as the
largest graduating class and the first
class with seven honor graduates.
far left: Upon entering the auditorium, each
Senior becomes aware of the importance
graduation will play upon the rest of her life.
top: Donna Trocchiano gleams with pride as
she accepts the American Legion Award,
presented to her by Mr. Henry Dagro. op-
posite: Because of her qualities of patriotism
and loyalty, Kathy Lawrence is presented the
VFW Americanism Award.
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"Andrew jackson Cheerleaders display cheering abrllty during the game
The Winning Team Seamen fSenlors and Freshmenj
Powder Puff team captains prepare to begin the annual classic.
Seamen again Claim Victor
Despite the lack of attendance, the
spirit of the Powder Puff teams was
as high as ever. Due to inclement
weather, the game was played on
its alternate date for the second
year in a row. The Seamen won the
game by a wide margin as the ex-
perienced Senior members proved
their athletic ability. The half-time
show given by the Chalmette
"Chompers" and "Cheerleaders"
added to the day's activities. Com-
mentary on the game was given in
the Howard Cosell voice of Chal-
mette's Student Council president
Mike Cirouard. Again, the girls
proved that they can play some
Kathy Lawrence escorts Queen Gary before the
Ten undefeated matches cleared
the way to a first place victory for
Al's state rally volleyball team. Al
played host on February 26, 1972,
in the best two-out-of-three series,
to five teams participating. The
other teams, Beauregard, Country
Day, Destrehan, Higgins, and Re-
demptorist, sparked little com-
petition for the Al team.
STATE RALLY VOLLEYBALL-first row: D. War-
ren, P. Cascio, K. Polk, D. Trocchiano. second
row: H. Leroux, 1. Bruder, P. deLivaidais, T. de-
Livaidais, C. Moran, coach.
Miss Zimmermann attempts a set-up for the
ludy Spicuzza receives full cooperation from teammates T. deLivaidais, 1. Bruder, and H. Leroux.
The volleyball intramural team
strived hard for the goal of meeting
the faculty team this year. Hard-
hitting serves insured the students
a win over the '72 faculty team, 21-
VOLLEYBALL INTRAMURAL TEAM-front row
C. Gonzales, L. Landry. Second row: 1. Spi-
cuzza, G. Gunn, T. deLivaidais, third row: P
deLivaidais, 1. Bruder, C. Doody, H. Leroux.
Close Games Highlight Season
Throughout the intramurals season
games proved stiff determining
winners in the games' final min-
utes. The winning softball team, led
by Sallye Raymond, edged their
opponents 5-3. Another close
game ended the indoor ball in-
tramurals in which Debbie Cure's
team emerged victorious.
Indoor Ball Team-front row: P. Kingston, D.
Cure, l. Lewis, C. Geraci. 2nd row: S. Stevenson, A, , M
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endurance whizzed Dianne Powell
through the badminton singles. She
met 12 opponents and defeated
each one with powerful slams.
Dianne's shots also assisted in the
badminton doubles victory.
Though Thomasa deLivaidas and
jan Bruder were tough com-
petition, Dianne Powell and Kathy
Lawrence overpowered with
scores of 15-13 and 15-11.
Badminton Singles-D. Powell, 12nd yearl
1. Bruder and T. deLivaudais lose sight of
birdie during a surprising slam.
Archery intramurals were overrun
by juniors this year. jan Bruder
took the overall first place honor,
hitting the target 26 out of 30 at-
tempts. Thomasa deLivaidais, an-
other junior, was close behind her,
hitting the target 24 out of 30
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Sophs Dominate Table Tennis
For the second consecutive year,
Connie Suprean won the first place
position in table tennis singles.
Connie's quick serves and pow-
erful slams stunned opponents.
With the assistance of Cathy
Turner, the two retained their place
as tops in table tennis doubles for
the second year.
left: Table Tennis Doubles-Connie Suprean
Cathy Turner. above: Challengers for the tennis
table championship get extra workout at the
Mother-Daughter Play Night.
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Winning Bowling Team-C. Babin, D. Trocchiano, L. Satterlee, D. Arnold and K. Rigby.
What lack Nicklaus is to golf in the
U.S., Denise Brockhaus is to bowl-
ing at AJ. She rolled the highest
game in the history of AJ. bowling
intramurals-a 235, having waited
to bowl this game in the last week
of the 6-week bowling intramurals,
Beryl St. Romain's average of 166
filled the high-average spot. After
the team scores were totaled, the
girls on Cindy Babin's team
emerged the victors over their
High Average-Beryl St. Romain
Teachers Vie For Title
In Al history the spirit between stu-
dent and faculty has existed
through many activities. One such
activity is the Student-Faculty Bas-
ketball Game. Competing against
the winning basketball intramural
team, many teachers exhibited hid-
den talents, hidden for obvious
reasons. Though an excellent game
was played by both sides, the
teachers managed to emerge vic-
torious in spite of themselves.
Teachers get in a good block as Miss Moran
spoofs loAnn Morales' attempted play.
Winning basketball intramural team: S. Raymond, E. Pearce, 1. Morales, D. Powell, K. Polk, P. Cascio, B. Warren.
The game begins with Sallye Raymond and
Mrs. Craft battling it out for the first play.
Talent, practice, and excellent
coaching produced another state
championship softball team for
Andrew jackson. For the second
consecutive year, this softball team
proved its ability to retain the state
title. ln regional competition, Al
defeated Buras 35 to 0 and Riv-
erdale 19 to 2. In the final game, Aj
nipped Port Sulphur with the score
of 6 to 5. Their firey spirit was not
diminished when the games were
moved from home territory. At
state competition in Sulphur, Aj
went on to defeat Monterey 24 to
0, Baker 4 to 1, and Port Sulphur 14
to 3. To have won two state titles
was a great accomplishment for
coaches Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Walker,
and the girls of the softball team.
A cry of joy is released as Patty Kingston re-
alizes that Al is the regional champ.
Aj "Moos" Its
State softball team-front row: C. Guillot, P. Kingston, D. Cure, D. Powell, C. Gonzales, 1. Orloppp D. Ory, C. Babin. 2nd row: S. Sephenson, K.
Lawrence, S. Raymond, D. lbieta, B. Warren, S. Pierce, manager.
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Freshmen . . .
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Administration . .
people. . .
in '72 . . .
During the '72-'73 school session, i
the St. Bernard Parish School Board
did a great job of directing the par-
ish schools as it continues in its
progress program. Since the parish
is conducting such a program that
serves as one of the models to the
rest of the country, the school
board was quite active simply cor-
responding with various parties in-
terested in its concepts.
Another activity of the school
board which directly affected An-
drew jackson students was their
new ruling on the dress code al-
lowing students to wear blue de-
nim jeans to class.
right: school board chairman joseph Davies en- l
thusiastically involves himself in the new sys-
tem. far right: Allen Tillery, school board presi-
dent, diligently engrosses himself in the duties l
of his office.
School Board Pilots Program
School board members: john Laneg William Mistrotg Calvin Callaisp George Schmidtg Victor Qauterivep joseph-Davies, chairmang Allen
presidentg George Boosg Frank Fernandezp Robert Torres fnot visible in photojg Leon Perniciaro fnot visible In photojg john Kane.
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opposite: in the library Miss Elizabeth Zim-
mermann, principal, goes over notes for a
faculty meeting. above: assistant principal
Mrs. Shirley Dagro happily presents awards
on Awards Day.
Through the never-ending efforts
of Miss Elizabeth Zimmermann
and Mrs. Shirley Dagro, Aj had a
smooth year as the transition to the
continuous progress program en-
compassed more subjects. Plans
were also begun for Miss Zimmer-
mann's leave of absence next year
during which Mrs. Dagro will serve
as principal. Al secretaries added
to the efficiency of the office.
Secretaries Mrs. Laura Bodden and Mrs.
Darlene Exposito prepare to read special
Meeting the needs of the large
number of Al students required the
total efforts of the custodial work-
ers and others, such as the librar-
ians and counselors ted. note: see
page 305. The two librarians, Mrs.
Myrtle Clark and Mrs. Erin Frink,
found time not only to sort and
shelve books, but also to assist stu-
dents whenever their help was
The cafeteria staff somehow man-
aged to supply meals for everyone
no matter how unusual the number
eating. The custodians did their
part in maintaining the school and
keeping it looking new.
Counselors: Mrs. L. Desselle, Mrs. M. Kimball,
Mrs. C. Landry and Miss l. Abadie.
Mrs. Weidenhaft offers her assistance at
tackling the office workload.
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in the teacher's lounge.
Permanent substitute, Mrs. Sharon Camp
agna checks tickets while on bus duty.
Cafeteria workers Seated: QL to RJ A. Paganog B. Solis: D. Ruppel. Standing: N.McCIelIar1dp 1
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above: Mr. Mouton starts unpacking his
daily load of potato chips. top left: In order
to preserve the quiet, Mrs. Frink searches
for the noise-makers in the library. fnot pic-
tured: Mrs. Clarky
P.E. teachers: Miss C. Morganp Mrs. K. lirovecp Mrs, E. Walker and Mrs. R. Scott.
Variety Uffered in P. E.
Mrs. Walker happily receives her gift from
the Seniors on Awards Day.
The P,E, Teachers not only had to P.E. teachers: Miss L. Newchurch: Miss S. Kellyp Miss M. Dubucg Miss D. Waltherg Mrs. M. Carr.
be sure of the rules and regulations
of the numerous sports offered this
year, but also had to find time to
officiate at intramurals. Through
the efforts of P.E. teachers Al was
also successful in state rally vol-
leyball and softball competition.
The Fine Arts Departments were
utilized in numerous extra-curricu-
lar activities. Art teacher Miss Land-
rum assisted in making decorations
for the junior and Senior Proms.
The art classes helped in this and
also in making decorations for the
various school concerts. Music
teacher, Miss Lynn Celpi, was as-
sisted this year by numerous vis-
iting band directors and music stu-
dents from Loyola. Miss Celpi
organized and directed Aj's first
stage band along with organizing
the talent show and directing all of
the school concerts. She also
planned the parish tours of the
chorus and the trips of the band
and chorus to various festivals.
Miss Celpi will be back in school
this summer working on her
Music, Art Useful
Miss Lynn Gelpi Music Teacher seriously conducts and happily relaxes.
Foreign language teachers involved
themselves with the students by
making their subjects simpler
through practical application of the
languages. This was done through
practice of everyday dialogue and
use of the language while cooking
The business department took on
the task of teaching clerical skills to
the more than 1200 girls enrolled in
their classes. With a thorough
knowledge of the fundamentals
necessary to be a good stenogra-
pher, typist or other office worker,
these teachers were fully capable
of meeting this responsibility.
Foreign language Teachers-Miss P. Ullrich
and Mrs. B. Garcia. fnot pictured-Mrs. E
Teachers Meet Responsibilities
Business Teachers-front row: Mrs. S. Hallg MlssG Robson Mrs C Roy back row Mrs C Smith M1ssS McNaughton Mr N McKay Mrs M
Franciquesg Mrs. D. Richardsonp Miss C. Stoll Mrs B Trumbaturi Qnot pictured Mrs C Tlsdale Mrs L Hymelj
Mrs, Glover, perhaps the best known math
teacher in the school, sticks to the subject
through the entire period.
Math Teachers-Miss G. Cooley, Mr. S. Long, Miss C. Francis, Miss l. deBrueysg Mr. K. Roberts,
Mrs. P. Cox, Mrs. R. Glover, Mrs. C. Mura. tnot pictured: Miss B. Burton, Mr. E. Kelly.j
"Try to Understand . . . "
Probably the hardest-to-grasp sub-
ject for many students was math-
ematics. This, however, did not
faze the math teachers who fear-
lessly took on classrooms of puz-
zled faces and even more puzzling
questions. Through the year they
managed to explain away all
doubts and enable students to un-
derstand concepts of which they'd
Miss Middleton, Mrs. Laborde and Mr. Roberts
entertain at the Christmas Assembly.
Miss Heaton leads the crowd's cheers at the
student-faculty volleyball game.
Fellow graduates of AI's class of '67, now members ofthe AJ. faculty, entertain the student body
during the Christmas skits.
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S. S. Teachers Actively Participat
Social Studies Teachers: QL to Rl Miss S. Connellg Mr. H. Smithg Mr. R, Arceneauxg Miss S. Fourqureang Miss D. Crespo.
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n School Functions
Mr. Smith, Mr. Roberts, and Mr. Arcenaux think their last "workday" at school is great!
Social Studies Teachers-tback to frontj Miss C.
Godwin, Miss P. Heatong Mrs. R. Boudreauxg
Mrs. A. Weidenhaft freplacing Mr. C. Beardig
Mrs. C. Abercrombie.
The Social Studies Department was
an involved group. Besides singing
for the Christmas skit, Misses Con-
nell and Heaton led cheers at the
Student-Faculty games. Mr. Arce-
neux starred in the Christmas skit
and also went with a group of Aj
students to Europe the previous
summer. Mrs. Abercrombie spon-
sored the junior Prom and assisted
students working in the Treen
Campaign. Mr. Smith, besides offi-
ciating at the student-faculty
games, directed the junior one-act
play and, along with Miss Crespo,
led the Seminar classes this year.
Miss Godwin was sponsor of the
Civics Club whose members as-
sisted at the Social Studies Fair, or-
ganized and directed by the entire
English teacher Ed Sherrill tells Santa what
he wants for Christmas in the faculty skit.
English Teachers Innovate
This year more than any other, the
English teachers worked closely to-
gether especially on the continuous
progress program. Always on the
look-out for new and creative ways
to get their points across, the Eng-
lish teachers employed much vari-
ety in their methods. In order to
gain money to buy department
materials, the teachers all worked
at the "Bookrack" during their
lunch periods. In the new program
for their third year, these teachers
have worked extremely hard for its
English teachers: sitting, Mrs. C. jones, Mrs. M
Kemp, Miss D. Schroeder. standing, Mrs. C.
leandrong Mrs. B. Poplin Qleaning forwardj
Mrs. 1. Cuillotp Mrs. K. Lagardeg Mrs. S. Nor-
sworthy fkneelingjg Mrs. 1. lngargiola, Mrs. C.
Nobileg Miss K. Middleton, Mrs. M. Carevich
Mrs. B. Egedy.
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Miss K. Cazaubon,
Mrs. T. Foret,
Mrs. L. Kelty,
Mrs. P. Mayfield
Mrs. C. Nunez.
Home Economics Teachers:
Mrs. C. Craft,
Mrs. 1. Laing,
Mrs. M. johnson,
Mrs. P. Williams.
Not pictured with departments
Mr. C. Beard
Miss B. Burton
Mrs. M. Clark
4Mrs. L. Hymel
Mr. E. Kelly
Mr. E. Sherrill
Mrs. C. Tisdale
Science and Home Ec.
Through the efforts of the science
and home economics teachers,
students were given valuable
knowledge. These teachers tried
their best to give students practical
knowledge as well as intricate ex-
planations of various phenomena.
ln order to make their subjects eas-
the faculty banquet, science teacher jerry
' Bohannan helps himself to goodies.
ier, they made a point of relating
their subjects to the student's
world. Thus Chemistry taught of
distilling whiskey and sewing ex-
plained the proper way to fit a hal-
ter. Lessons taught by these teach-
ers will surely be remembered for
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Ayear. . .1972. ..
beginning-September 1 .
Senior Stairs . . .
October 1-Ring Day . .
October 29-Initiation . .
Powder Puff . . .
january Grads . . .
One-Act Plays . . .Senior Banquet
Senior Banquet . . .
Senior Play . . .
"Our Miss Brooks" . .
announcements . .
seniorities . . .
May 12-last day . .
May 13-Prom . . .
Civic Auditorium . .
practice. . .
Awards Day . . .
May 30-ending of one . .
beginning of another
center: The Senior Play, "Our Miss Brooks,"
tells of a teacher's problems in the 1950's.
left: D. Rider, I. Fitch and K. Polk portray
"Munchkins" at Frosh Initiation. above: Of-
ficers-G. Bond, treas.p D. Trocchiano, V.P.g
A. Bouchoux, pres.g and B. St. Romain, sec.
ABDO, SHIRLEY-Business College.
ACOSTA, CHERYL-Businessp Band.
ADAMS, PAM-Homemakingp Newspaper
ADDOTTO, RITA-Theatrical Schoolp Bandg
Drama Clubg Intramurals.
ALEXANDER, IOANN-Businessp Bandp
Civic Club. ALEXIS, CHERYL-College: Stu-
dent Council Alternateg Drill Squadp Math
Clubp Yearbook Staffg Beta Club. ALFONSO,
BETTY-Business Collegeg F.H.A. ALMARIO,
NATALIA-Homemakingg Library Clubg Red
Cross Clubp junior Achievement.
ALPHONSO, DEBORAH-Businessg Drill
Squadg Intramurals. AMATO, KAREN-Busi-
nessp French Club. AMREIN, LAURA-Busi-
nessg French Clubp F.B.L.A. ANDEN, AR-
AQUILO, MARY LOU-Business Collegeg
Distributive Education Clubg Civics Club.
ARNOLD, DEBBIE-Businessp Intramurals.
ARSENAUX, DIANNE-Businessp French
Clubp F.H.A. AUGUSTIN, CAROL-Home-
makingg Beta Clubp DE Club.
Witches Swarm Around I
Seniors on Initiation Day
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BAIAMONTE, CAROL-College, Science
Club, French Club, Civics Club, Spirit Boost-
ers. BARNES, DEBRA-College, Y.F.C. Club,
Chorus. BEARD, BRENDA-Business,
C.O.E., F.B.L.A. BELL, DEBRA-Business,
G.A.A., Yearbook Staff.
BERSUDER, CINDY-Business, Class Of-
ficer, Library Club, Intramurals, Chorus. BES-
SON, FRAN-College, Student Council, Drill
Squad, French Club. BICKFORD, ROSE-
MARY-College, Science Club, Latin Club,
F.B.L.A. Club, Red Cross Club. BILLEDEAU:
BIVONA, CHARLENE-College, Performing
Chorus, Red Cross Club. BLACKSTONE, LY-
NEITE-College, Chorus, Stageband, Library
Club, Glee Club. BOASSO, CAROL-Col-
lege, Yearbook, Newspaper, Student Coun-
cil, Drama Club, Class Officer. BOND,
F.B.L.A., Vice-President, Student Council.
BOPP, BELINDA-Business, Newspaper
Staff, Powder Puff, G.A.A. BORNE, VICKI-
College, Beta Club, Math Club, French
Club, Civics Club, D. E. Club. BOUAN-
CHAUD, KAREN-Homemaking, Powder
Puff, F.B.L.A. Club. BOUCHOUX, ANNA-
Art School, Senior Class, President, G.A.A.,
Student Council, Louisiana Girl's State.
BOULLION, SHEILA-College, Band,
G.A.A.g Intramurals. BOURLIEA, DEBO-
RAH-College, Performing Chorus, junior
Achievement. BOUSHIE, SUZANNE-CoI-
lege, Yearbook Staff, Drill Squad, Beta Club,
Drama Club, French Club. BOZANT, IO EL-
LEN-College, Band, Captain, Powder Puffy
BREAUD, CHERYL-College, Drama Club,
Senior Play, French Club. BREAUX, IANET-
Collegeg F.B.L.A., Drama Club, Intramurals,
junior Achievement. BRITENBACH, CARO-
LYN-Business, junior Achievement.
G.A.A.g Drill Squad, Performing Chorus,
junior Achievementg President, Powder
BROCKHAUS, DENISE-College. BROGGI,
jUDY-College, junior Achievement. BROS-
SEITE, PAULA-Business, F.N.A.g F.B.L.A.
BROUILLETTE, IEANNE-College, Per-
forming Bandp Art Guild, Stage Band,
BROWN, AUDREY-Homemakingg Chorus
Distributive Education, Intramurals
BROWN, PAT-College, Chorus. BRYANT,
NANCN-Homecoming. BRYANT, ROBIN-
Seniors Support New
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dvanced Seminar Classes
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BUCKEL, SHARON-Collegeg Yearbook
Staffp F.B.L.A.g Art Club. BULL, HELENA-
College, French Club, Presidentp Charmersg
Student Council, Beta Club, BURAS,
BRENDA-Collegep Yearbook, Drama Club,
Vice Presidentg French Club, Secretaryp Beta
Club, BURAS, IULIE-College, Chorusg
BURGNER, DEBRA-College, Bandg Little
Colonelsg Library Club. BUUCK, INGRID-
College Drill Squad, French Clubp G.A.A.,
Powder Puff, Spirit Boosters. BYRNES,
IUDY-Collegeg F.N.A.g junior Achievement,
Secretary. CAMHOUT, PAMELA-Collegeg
State Rally Softball, C.O.E.g G.A.A.p
CARDERARA, EDMAY-Business. CAR-
MOUCHE, DANIELLE-College, Performing
Chorus. CASCIO, PAMELA-State Rally Vol-
leyball, Powder Puff, G.A.A.p Officials, ln-
tramurals. CASERTA, ROSLYN-Business,
Chorus, Band, Library Club, 4-H, Y.F.C.
CASTILLO, LUANE-Collegep Band, junior
Achievement, Newspaperp Red Cross,
Magazine. CATTON, LISA-College, Student
Council Alternate, Best actress awardg
Drama Clubg CAA. CAZALOT, SANDRA-
Businessg Library Club, Intramurals. CAZAU-
BON, IOYCE-Collegeg Drill Squadp Lieuten-
ant, F.H.A.g Civics Club, Y.F.C.
CELINO, MILENE-Businessg F.N.A.g In-
tramurals. CHACHATI, ERETTA-Businessp
F.B.L.A. Clubp Typing Ig Rally Awardg Clerical
Practiceg Rally Alternate. CHAMPAGNE,
SHARON-Businessg F.B.L.A. Clubp Drama
Club. CHAPPELL, CINDY-Businessg Chorusp
CHAUSSY, PAITY-Businessp Intramurals.
CHAUSSY, PEGGY-Collegeg Intramurals.
CHILDRESS, SANDRA-Businessg Student
Councilg C.O.E.g Beta Clubp F.H.A. Club.
CHOINA, IULIE-Homemaking. CHOINA,
ROBIN-Businessg CHRISTIANSEN, ALICE-
Collegep Beta Clubg Cheerleaderg Student
Councilg C.A.A.p F.N.A. CLEMENT, CATHY-
Collegeg Iunior Achievement, Presidentg
F.B.L.A.: Spirit Boostersg Intramurals.
COCO, IUANITA-Businessg French Clubg
Drama Club, Treasurerg Performing Chorusp
Ensemble-Vocal. COLES, PATRICIA-
F.B.L.A., Presidentp Student Councilg French
Clubg Senior Playg Intramurals. COLLISON,
SUSAN-Collegeg Student Councilp Equa-
tions Leagueg Math Clubg Forensic League,
Secretary-Treasurerg Drama Club, President.
COLOMBO, IOSEPHINE-Businessp Home-
AJ. Graduates Experience
ew Rules and Regulations
DECA. COURVILLE, POLLIE-Business,
Y.F.C. COUVILLON, SANDRA-Business,
D.E. Club, F.H.A., Intramurals. COX,
BRENDA-Business, F.N.A., F.B.L.A., Y.F.C.
COX, SANDRA-College, F.B.L.A., junior
Achievement, Drama Club, Yearbook,
Newspaper. CRUMHORN, CONNIE-Col-
lege, F.B.L.A. CUCCHERO, LISA-Business,
Drill Squad, Beta Club, Math Club. CUEVAS,
SHEILA-College, Band, F.N.A., Yearbook
Alternate, Volleyball Intramurals, Perfect
CUSIC, CORA-Homemaking, Y.F.C.,
F.B.L.A. DAROCA, MARY-College, Band,
F.N.A., Intramurals. DAUTERIVE, CINDY-
Business. DAVID, CATHY-Business.
DAVIS, KAREN-Business, Drill Squad,
F.N.A. DEAR, SHERRON-Business, C.O.E.,
Treasurer, Alternate for Student Council.
DECKER, IANICE-Business, Beta Club,
C.O.E., French Club, junior Achievement.
DEFFES, PATSY-Collegep G.A.A.g In-
tramuralsg Powder Puff Footballg Library
Clubg Y.F.C. DEIMEL, IUDITH-Businessg
F.B.L.A.g Library Club. DELGADO, DE-
LORES--Businessg junior Achievement. DE-
VANY, KATHLEEN-Collegeg F.T.A,, Presi-
dentg G.A.A.g Beta Clubg Math Club.
DICHIARA, DEBBIE-Businessp Drama Clubp
F.B.L.A. DIGIOVANNI, jUDY-Collegeg
F.N.A.p junior Achievementg Library Club.
DIRMANN, jUDY-Collegeg Drill Squadp
jackson journalp Beta Clubg Math Club.
DOMINGO, SHARON-Businessg Library
Clubg Youth Safety Council.
DOMINICI, DAWN-Collegeg junior
Achievementg French Clubg Debate and
Public Speaking Clubp Spirit Boostersg In-
tramurals. DOMINICK, PAT-Businessg Col-
Iegeg Youth for Christ. DONNELLY, DE-
NISE-Businessg Debate and Public
Speakingg Spirit Boostersg junior Achieve-
mentg Intramurals. DORMAN, STEPHANIE-
Businessg Chorusg F.B.L.A.
DUBOS, KAREN-Businessp F.B.L.A.g ln-
tramurals. DUCKWORTH, LINDA-Collegeg
Student Councilg Treasurerp Performing
Chorusg Drama Club. DUNHAM PEGGY-
Collegeg Spirit Boostersg Y.F.C.p Performing
Chorusg Beta Clubp Youth Safety Council.
DUPONT, DEBORAH-Businessg Band.
Seniors Participate in Mani
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DURIO, COLETTE-Collegeg junior
Achievementg French Clubg Chorusp Spirit
Boosters. DUVIEILH, DEBRA-Business.
EDGECOMBE, IULIE-Businessg F.N.A.5
French Club. EDWARDS, ELAINE-Businessg
F.T.A.g Distributive Education.
ESTEVES, CHERYL-Collegeg Key club,
Sweetheartp Sophomore and junior Class
Officerp Student Councilp Beta Clubg FAL-
GOUT, MARY-Businessg Bandg C.O.E.
FAULSTICH, ARLENE-Collegep French
Clubp Math Clubp Beta Clubg junior Achieve-
ment. FAULSTICH, DARLENE-Collegep
French Clubg Math Clubg Beta Clubg lunior
FAUST, DEBBY-Businessg Bandg ln-
tramurals. FAUST, SUSAN-Businessg C.O.E.g
Art Club. FEZEKAS, BARBARA-Businessg
Red Cross Clubp lntramuralsg F,B.L.A. FITCH,
IUDY-Collegeg Drill Squad, Captainp Stu-
dent Councilg Red Crossg Intramurals.
FLEETWOOD, PAMELA-Businessp Band.
FLEMING, THERESA-College. FLEURI-
CHAMP, BRENDA-Businessg Beta Clubg
French Clubg Intramurals. FONTENOT,
IUDY-Collegeg Beta Clubg G.A.A.g French
Clubg Youth for Christ Clubg F.N.A.
FONTENOT, GLENDA-Business. FORD,
MONICA-Collegep Yearbook Staffg
F.B.L.A.: Newspaper Staffg F.H.A.p French
Club. FOS, KAREN-Businessp C.O.E.g Band.
FOS, SUSAN-Collegep Performing Chorus,
FRADELLA, ELIZABETH-Nursing Schoolg
Drill Squad, Beta Clubg Intramuralsg French
Club. FREEMAN, GLORIA-College, Band.
FRIED, RHONDA-Collegeg Student Coun-
cilp G.A.Ap F.H.A.g D.E.C.A.g Powder Puff.
FROSINA, CAROL-College, F.B.L.A.p
Drama Clubg Intramurals.
FUSELIER, EVELYN-Collegep Performing
Chorus. GABRIEL, CANDY-Collegep Red
Cross, F.B.L.A. GARITTY, DEBBA-Collegeg
Beta Club, Math Clubp Drill Squadp FHA, In-
tramurals. GAURINE, TOMMIE-College,
Drill Squadp Red Crossp Intramuralsg FHA.
GEBBIA, DIANE-Businessp Future Nurses
Clubg Science Clubp Intramurals. GENER-
OSE, PAULETTE-Business. GENOVA,
GAIL-Homemaking. GERVAIS, PAT-C0l-
Iegep Band, GAAp Intramurals.
Sixt -four Senior
GEX, IANET-Beauty School, FBLA. GIGLIO,
BLANCHE-Business. GIGLIO, DONNA-
Businessp FBLA. GLEASON, GAY-Business,
GONZALES, BRENDA-Homemakingg Red
Cross, Drill Squadg Performing Chorusg
GONZALES, IOANN-Business College,
FBLA. GONZALES, SUSAN-Business, Dis-
tributive Education. GONZALEZ, MAR-
LENE-Business, Future Nurses Club, junior
Achievement, Distributive Education,
GORDY, NANCY-College, FBLA, FTAg Drill
Squad, Drama Club, Performing Chorus.
GOWLAND, IEAN-College, Latin Clubg
Charmersg Math Club, Beta Club, GAA.
GRAY, KATHY-Business, F.B.L.A.g F.N.A.p
F.T.A. GREEN, UNEETA-Business.
GROH, KAREN-Business, F.B.L.A., Treas-
urer. GROSS, LYNDA-College, Drill Squad,
Senior Play, Intramurals, GUEPET, SHA-
RON-Business. GUILLOT, LORNA-
GUTIERREZ, BARBARA-Business. HANO,
TRUDY-Businessg Drama Clubg Spirit
Boosters. HANSEN, ROSELYN-Business.
HARDY, SHARON-Businessg Chorus.
HARTMAN, PATRICIA-Businessg G.A.A.p
Charmersg Intramurals, HAUCK, DEBRA-
Business. HEBERT, CECILE-Collegeg Band.
HEINSZ, BEVERLY-Homemakingg Spirit
Boostersg F.H.A.g F.N.A.
HEINTZ, PAMELA-Businessp Chorusg junior
Achievement. HELMERS, ANNA-Businessg
Y.F.C. HEI.SCHER, ELAINE-Collegeg Beta
Clubg Math Clubg Student Councilg Cheer-
leaderg F.N.A. HENDERSON, PATTY-Busi-
nessg Drill Squad.
HENDERSON, WANDA-Businessg Band.
HENDRICKS, GAIL-Collegep Beta Clubg
Math Clubg Yearbook Staff. HENTZE, DEB-
BIE-Collegeg Latin Clubg Math Clubp Beta
Club. HENTZE, KIM-Businessg F.B.L.A.
Clubg Student Councilg Beta Clubg Safety
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HICKMAN, LINDA-Business, F.H.A.
HINGLE, DIANA-College, Drama Club,
Science Club, Little Colonels. HOLLAND,
CONNIE-Business. HOOD, MYRA-Col-
lege, Charmers, Student Council Alternate,
Youth Safety Club, Newspaper, Drama
HORN, CINDY-College, G.A.A., Latin
Club, Beta Club, District Rally. HORNER,
MEIANIE-College, Drama Club, Drama
Plays. HOWARD, MARY-Business, Per-
forming Chorus, junior Achievement. HU-
BER, MARY-College, Drama Play, Drama
Club, Performing Chorus, Library Club,
French Club, Little Colonels.
HUESCHEN, DIANE-Business, Drill Squad,
Library Club, Intramurals, Talent Show. jA-
COB, IEAN-Business, G.A.A. IARREL, ERA-
Business, C.O.E., F.B.L.A. Club. IENKINS,
IOHNSON, MARY-College, Drill Squad,
Intramurals, Talent Show. IOHNSON,
NANCY-Business, Drill Squad, French
Club, Senior Prophecy, junior Prom, Drama
Club. IOHNSTON, YOLANDIE-Business.
IONES, CYNTHIA-Business, Student Coun-
cil, Beta Club, Performing Chorus, junior
IONES, KATHY-College, Band, Co Captain,
F.N.A., G.A.A., Powder Puff, lntramurals.
IONES, RHONDA-College, Band, Beta
Club, Math Club, F.H.A., Library Club. IU-
LIAN, KAREN-College, Yearbook Staff,
Drama Club, French Club, Student Director
Senior Play, Senior Prophecy. KASTNER,
MELANIE-College, Beta Club, Math Club,
junior Achievement, Personnel Director,
KAUL, YVONNE-College, Distributive Edu-
cation, G.A.A., Intramurals, Spirit Boosters,
junior Achievement. KEHTEL, DEBBIE-Busi-
ness, Chorus. KELLY, SANDRA-Business,
F.T,A., C.O.E. KESSLER, PAM-College, Sen-
ior Play, Senior Prophecy, Drama Club,
Powder Puff Football, Newspaper Staff.
KIMBLE, TOMMYE-Business, Performing
Chorus, junior Achievement, Youth Safety
Council, Intramurals, Spirit Boosters,
KNAUER, PAM-Business. KNOWER,
SHELLY-College, Drill Squad, Student
Council Alternate, junior Achievement, In-
tramurals, Perfect Attendance. LAE, SU-
SAN-Business, Beta Club, Treasurer,
F.B.L.A., Student Council, junior Achieve-
ment, Assistant Treasurer, Senior Prophecy.
LEFAYE, SUE-Business, Chorus, Intramurals.
LAFITTE, IUDITH-College, Drama Club,
F.H.A. LAGRAIZE, CHRISSY-Business,
G.A.A. LALOR, LAURA-College, F.B.L.A.
Grads Hear Propheci
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LANASA, ANTONIA-College, Drill Squad,
Chorusg G.A.A.7 Chorus Ensemble, F.H.A.
LANDREAUX, KAREN-Business, Red Cross
Club. LANDRUM, CATHY-Business, Per-
forming Chorus. LANDRY, YVETTE-Busi-
ness, Latin Club, Civics Club, F.N.A.
LANGE, PAULA-College, Drill Squadg Stu-
dent Council, Latin Club. LAPEYROUSE, LO-
RALIE-Business, Intramurals, F.B.L.A. LA-
ROCCA, CYNTHIA-Business, F.B.L.A.
LAUGA, VIKKI-Collegeg Latin Club, French
LAWRENCE, KATHY-College, Yearbook
Editorial Staff, Managing Editor, Student
Council, C.A.A.p Officials, State Rally Soft-
ball. LEBLANC, ELAINE-Business, Per-
forming Chorus. LEGNON, KARLYN-Busi-
ness. LINDHEIM, CLAUDIA-Business,
LINDSEY, GWENDOLYN-College, F.H.A.
LINKER, DEANNA-Business, Performing
Chorus. LINSMIER, KATHY-College, Drill
Squad, Civics Club, Vice-President, Spirit
Boosters. LIVACCARI, MARY-College,
LOHR, BRENDA-Businessg Student Coun-
cilp Intramurals. LOTTINGER, lOAN-Col-
lege. LUBRANO, GINA-Businessp C,O.E.5
F.B.L.A.g lntramuralsp F.H.A.p F.N.A. LUCAS,
LUGENBUHL, WENONAH-Businessg Char-
mers, Sr. Captainp Homecoming Court, Sen-
ior Maid. LUSCY, DEBRA-Businessg Drill
Squadg F.T.A.g lntramuralsg F.B.L.A.p Drama
Club. MAGEE, DAISY-Businessg Drill
Squadg Glee Clubp Distributive Education
Clubs of America. MALDONADO,
MAPES, BILLIE IEAN-Businessp Performing
Chorus, F.H.A.p Intramuralsg Newspaper
Club. MARKEY, DENISE-Homemaking.
MARTEL, DEBBIE-Collegeg F.B.L.A. MAR-
TIN, KAREN-Collegep G.A.A.
MASSON, CONNIE-College, Newspaper,
Editor in chiefg French Club. MAUREAUX,
BETTY-Collegep Student Councilp G.A.Ap
Powder Puff, Officials Club, State Rally Vol-
leyball. MAYEAUX, SUSAN-Collegeg Youth
for Christp Spirit Boosters, Basketball Cheer-
ing Squad. MAYEUR, RAY ANN-Businessg
Fqure Nursesg Dramag F.B.L.A.g Drill Squad.
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MAYEUX, LINDA-Business, Drill Squadg
French Club, Intramurals. MCCALLA, KA-
REN-College, Library Club, French Club,
MCDANIEI., PATTY-College, F.B.L.A.
MCDOUGALL, DEBRA-College, Mu Alpha
Theta, Drill Squad, District Rally, Yearbook
Staff, Senior Prophecy.
MCHUGH, PEGGY-Collegeg Drill Squad.
MCKELVY, FAYE-Business, Performing
Chorus. MCKEOUGH, PEGGY-Business,
Drill Squad, Senior Prophecy, District Rally
for Home Ecg F.B.L.A. MCVILLE, TERRY-
College, Student Council, Senior Prophecy,
State Rally Vollyball Team, Red Cross,
METZLER, LYNN-Business, F.T.A., Treas-
urerg F.H.A., Glee Club, Editorial Staff Year-
book. MICKLES NANCY-Business, Dis-
tributive Education Clubs of America, junior
Achievement. MILLER, PAMELA-Business,
F.B.L.A.g Art Club, C.O.E. MOGEL, LINDA-
MOLERO, SUSAN-Business, French Club,
Drill Squad. MONTALBANO, MELANIE-
College, Cheerleader, Drama Club, Drama
Plays, Chorus, Spirit Boosters, Sgt. at Arms.
MONTZ, CINDY-College, Drill Squad, Lt.,
Intramurals, Band, Girl of the Month. MO-
RALES, IOANN-College, Intramurals,
G.A.A.g Powder Puff.
MORALES, LAURIE-Business, Band, News-
paper, Debate, Drama, Library Club. MOR-
VANT, ROBYN-Business, Drama Club,
Plays, Debate. MOSS, KATHY-College,
Beta Club, Drama Club, French Club, Li-
brary Club. MULLET, CINDY-Business'
MUNCH, MELODY-College, Student
Council, F.H.A.g Spirit Boosters. NAGLE,
FLO-Business. NASSAR, ELIZABETH-COL
lege, Math Club, Future Homemakers of
America, Spirit Boosters. NASTASI,
PHYLLIS-Business, Drill Squad, Student
Council, F.H.A., Presidentg Beta Club,
NELSON, BETH-Business, Drill Squad,
Spirit Boosters. NELSON, WANDA-Col-
legeg Student Council, Red Cross, G.A.A.g
F.B.L.A. Nl:TI'LES, DARLENE-College, Li-
brary Club, Drama Club, F.B.L.A. Club,
C.O.E. NEYREY, KIM-Homemaking.
NICHOLS, SHARON-Business, Drill Squad,
Yearbook Staff, F.B.L.A, Club, French Club.
NYE, CHARMAINE-Homemakingg Chorus,
F.H.A.g French Club. OALMANN, LINDA-
Business, Beta Club. OALMANN, SHA-
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O'FLYNN, DEBBIE-Collegep Charmersg
French Clubp F.B.L.A. Clubg F.H.A. Club.
ORY, KATHY-Beauty Schoolp F.B.L.A.g ln-
tramuralsg G.A.A.p Drama Clubg Civics Club.
PALAZZOLO, SUSAN-Businessp Red Cross
Club, Vice-Presidentg Future Nurses Club.
PALMISANO, KAREN-Businessg Future
Nursesp Drill Squad.
PAPANIA, CAROL-Businessg F,B.L.A. Clubp
Initiation. PARK, PAMELA-Businessp
Chorus. PEARCE, ELLEN-Collegep G.A.A.g
Beta Clubg F.H.A., Intramurals. PEEL,
DEBBY-Businessp Civics Clubg Intramuralsg
PELITERE, DIANE-Businessg Charmersg
French Clubg Intramurals. PEPPER, FRAN-
Collegep G.A.Ag Intramuralsg junior Achieve-
mentp Interactg Talent Show. PEREIRA, SHA-
RON-Collegeg Drill Squadg Powder Puffy
F.B.L.A. Clubg F.N.A.p Red Cross Club.
PEREZ, FRANCES-Beauty Collegeg F.H.A.
Clubg Distributive Education Club.
PEREZ, SABRINA-Collegep G.A.A,g In-
tramuralsg Future Nursesg Powder Puff. PER-
NICIARO, ELAINE-Collegep Band: junior
Achievementg Initiation. PETERSON,
DIANE-Businessg junior Achievement.
PETIT, CHRISTINE-Collegeg Intramuralsg
PIPES, BARBARA-College, Red Cross Club,
F.B.L.A. Club, junior Achievement, ln-
itiation. PLAUCHE, PAULA-College, Drill
Squad, junior Achievement, Vice-President.
POLK, KAREN-College, G.A.A., Historian,
State Rally, Volleyball, Powder Puff Football,
Intramurals. POLO, CHRISTY-College, In-
tramurals, junior Achievement, Initiation.
POLO, DEBORAH-College, Intramurals,
junior Achievement. PONSETI, DENISE-
Homemaking. PONTIFF, LOUISE-Buisness,
Spirit Boosters, C.O.E., junior Achievement,
Initiation. POWELL, DIANNE-College,
G.A.A., intramural Officials, Student Council
Alternate, State Rally Softball.
PRINE, DEBBIE-College, Y.F.C., junior
Achievement, G.A.A., Methodist Youth Fel-
lowship. PROVENZANO, ETHEL-College,
Y.F.C., President. PROVETERE, PEGGY-
Business, Drama Plays, jackson journal, In-
itiation. PUGLIA, PHYLLIS-College, Beta
Club, Intramurals, French Club.
PUISSEGUR, jUDY-Homemaking, D.E.
PULLEN, VICKI-College, Y.F.C. QUARTA-
RARO, TONI-Business, G.A.A., In-
tramurals, junior Achievement, Charmers.
QUICK, KATHY-Business, D.E.,
wards Da of '72 Evoke
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RAIMER, MARY ANN-Business, ln-
tramurals. RAMIREZ, PAMELA-Homemak-
ing, Chorus. RAYMOND, SALLYE-College,
C.A.A., Secretary-Treasurer, State Rally Soft-
ball, Powder Puff, Intramurals. REED,
SANDY-Homemakingg F,B.L.A. Club, Per-
forming Chorusg G.A.A.
REESON, BARBARA-Business, Faculty-Stu-
dent Games, Chorus. REILLY, lOANN-Busi-
ness, Drill Squad, F.B.L.A. Club, Most out-
standing drill squad member, Annual Titles.
RICARD, BRENDA-Business, Intramurals,
State Rally Volley Ball, Senior Prophecy,
Drill Squad, French Club. RICKERSON,
THERESA-Business, Chorus, Initiation.
RIDER, DEBBIE-Business, Student Council,
Senior One-Act Play, Drill Squad. RIZ-
ZUTO, MARIANNE-Beauty College,
Chorus, concerts. Rosfizrs, CYNTHIA-
College. ROBICHEAUX, DENISE-College,
Little Colonelsg G.A.A.p Latin Club, Beta
Club, Science Club.
ROGERS, KATHY-Collegeg Intramurals
ROME, ADRIENNE-Business, Chorus
RONIGER, SISSY-Business, Chorus. RO-
SALES, CI NTA-College, lou rnalism.
ROY, TERREL-Collegeg Beta Clubg Math
Clubg Yearbook Staffg Civics Clubg Drama
Club. RUFFINO, MARY IO-Businessp Char-
mers, Secretaryg Senior Playg F.H.A.p F.B.L.A.g
F.N.A. RUNNELS, CLAIRE-Businessg Red
Cross Clubg D.E.g Intramurals. SAMONS,
GAIL-Businessp Beta Clubg Intramurals.
SARVER, KATHY-Collegeg F.T.A.g F.H.A.g
Y.F.C.g Library Clubg Intramurals. SCHROE-
DER, REBECCA-Collegeg Drill Squadg Stu-
dent Councilg Newspaper Staff. SCURICH,
PATTI-Businessg Chorus. SEELING, KA-
SEIBERT, CHARLENE-Businessg Chorus.
SENTILLES, KAREN-Businessp F.N.A.g Drill
Squadp F.H.A., Treasurerp Intramurals. SER-
PAS, CALUDIA-Businessg lntramuralsg
F.B.L.A.g G.A.A. SHIELDS, PENNY-Collegeg
Drama Clubg F.B.L.A. Clubg C.O.E.g Spirit
SIEGFRIED, CYNTHIA-Businessg Drill
Squadg F.N.A.g Intramurals. SIGUR, ELLEN-
Businessg Spirit Boostersp Intramurals. SILES,
DONNA-College. SKELLY, SUSAN-Busi-
nessp Beta Clubp Safety Club.
Seniors Become Aware
f Future Opportunities
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SMITH, ARELENE-Business, Drama Club,
Drill Squad. SMITH, SHARON-Business.
SOROE, MARIAN-College, junior Achieve-
ment, Drill Squad, Beta Club, Yearbook Edi-
torial Staff, Intramurals. SPERRY, COLLEEN-
College, Drill Squad, Beta Club, junior
Achievement, Drama Club, Spirit Boosters.
ST. GERMAIN, DONNA-College, Year
BO0k Staff, F.H.A. STOHLMAN, SUSAN-
College, Band, Intramurals, Charmer tAlter-
natej. STONE, CLAUDETTE-College, Year-
book Staff, Managing Editor, Newspaper
Staff, Beta Club, F.T.A., Prep Quiz Bowl. ST.
ROMAIN, BERYL-College, French Club,
Vice-President, Beta Club, Secretary, junior
Achievement, Treasurer, Student Council,
TAPPER, MARILYN-College, Student Coun-
cil. TIMBERLAKE, WANDA-College, ln-
tramurals, French Club, Library Club. TIMS,
SUSAN-Business, C.O.E., Drill Squad, Spirit
Bosters. TROCCHIANO, DON NA-College,
Student Council, President, F.B.L.A., Secre-
tary, Debate and Public Speaking Club, In-
tramurals, Drama Club.
TURNAGE, SCARLET-College. TWILBECK,
DARLENE-Nursing School. TYLER, KAYE-
Business. VALLERY, DIANE-Business,
VAMPRINE, CINDY-Businessp junior
Achievementg F.B.L.A.p Red Cross Clubp
French Club. VARNADO, PAT-Business.
VAUGHAN, TERRI-Collegep Beta Clubg
Charmersg Drill Squadg Intramuralsg F.B.L.A.
VERBEEK, BARBARA-Collegep Spirit Boost-
ersg lntramuralsg F.H.A.g junior
VON BEHREN, BETH-College, Drill Squadg
Beta Clubp Math Clubg French Clubp In-
tramurals. VUCICH, LANA-Businessp
Drama Clubg junior Achievementg In-
tramuralsg F.B.L.A.g Spirit Boosters. WAG-
NER, CATHY-Business. WARREN, BETTY-
Collegeg G.A.A., Vice-Presidentg In-
tramuralsg Powder Puff, Captaing Officials
Clubg Civics Club.
WEBER, PAM-Businessg Beta Clubg French
Club. WIECZOR, KAREN-Collegeg Little
Colonelsg Library Club, Presidentg Yearbook,
Section Editorg Student Council Alternate.
WILLIAMS, LYNDA-Businessg French Clubp
Intramuralsg Drama Club. WILLIAMS, MAR-
GIE-Collegeg Debate Club.
WILLIS, VICKI-Business. WILLOZ, MER-
LENE-Collegeg Safety Clubg Student Coun-
cilg Performing Chorus. WILTENMUTH,
DONNA-Collegeg Debate Club, President.
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if-Q5 A,A5, WOLLFARTH, CISSY-Businessp G.A.A. zu-
aa fa i LER, IUDY-Collegeg Drill Squadp In-
ig tramuralsg G.A.A.g F.H,A.p Red Cross.
V ZWICKE, CHERYL-Businessg F.B.L.A.p Beta
V, - Clubg Intramuralsg F.H.A.
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a special part . . .
posting the cast
on a bulletin board . .
rushing to see
who made it . . . receiving
the script . . .
for perfection . .
costumes. . .
giving last minute
reminders. . .
nervous. . .
the curtain . . .
"Hello Out There."
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Smith, the only male sponsor, with an "appre-
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hand routines . .
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hard. . .
lieutenant . . .
new members .
summer camp .
a saber . . .
looking forward to
Drill Squad Captain.
With the placing of a captain's whistle around
Sharon Cutrer's neck, the selection of a 1973
Drill Squad captain is formalized.
Doran, Mary Lynn
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trying out . .
tears of joy . .
ready for camp . .
a summer practicing . .
on jumps . .
lifted on shoulders . .
a couple of times . .
the first game . . .
junior Chalmette Cheerleader.
Cindy Boudreaux thinks that happiness is being
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and bustling . .
making plans . .
up scenery . .
cookies on a plate . .
finishing touches . .
for triumph . .
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of flowers . .
in the air . .
redbreasts . .
and blues . .
and bows . .
and ties . .
and tape . .
on Spring Fever Day.
P. Dubret, R. Hurstell, and L. Randazzo wel-
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making decorations . .
excited . .
classmates . .
a date . . .
spirit. . .
flowers. . .
G. Tedesco takes one last look at her long
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Four joyful students . .
about fellow classmates . .
obliged to strive ,
for their needs and wishes . .
satisfied with compromises . .
facts and dreams
among classmates . . .
alternated these thoughts
among all classmen . . .
wanted to materialize
for fellow students . . .
assisted seniors in "crying time"
on Awards Day . . .
awarded the Senior Class
a floral arrangement
from their class . . .
ended their sophomore year
with dreams and hopes
for the next.
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Sophomores Get Involved in
he Creation of Soap Figures
Trying to understand
free form . . .
sweet smelling soap . . .
a different idea . . .
in class . . .
for help . .
pieces not needed .
bar take shape . .
teacher's reaction . .
finished work . .
be on display . . .
realizing it was
fun after all.
I. Palozzola prepares soap sides for sculpturing.
Di Maggio, Patricia
Sophomore Athletes Active ir
ytany Extra-Curricular Sports
sports . . .
as a team . . .
banquet. . .
a pair of
red long johns . .
on knee boots . . .
drying one's tears
award. . .
"Dog patch, U.S.A."
I. Vucinovich conveys "charm" as one of the many Sophomores who attended the GAA
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Tension ounts before Soph
nter Play into Competition
techniques. . .
with them . . .
black grease paint
under eyes . .
in bandages . .
hair. . .
fingernails. . .
putting on the
Sophomore Play .
D. Smith gets finishing touches before Sophomore One-Act Play.
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Sophomores Adjust to Adequate
from the teacher . . .
to cover first . . .
research material . .
well known authors .
certain works . .
vocabulary . .
to study . . .
objectives for 1972.
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I. Larmeu improves vocabulary through individualized program.
Le Blanc, Diane
Soph Driginalit Prevai
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1 Disection for Biolog Lab
lab partner . .
frogs . . .
to get out
of lab . . .
in the halls . .
before the "operation" . .
the specimens open
the organs . .
faint. . .
giving a sigh
of relief . . .
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T. Scrammuza, C. O'Brien, and V. Sylvera disect frog, adding to understandings of human
Montz, Mary Louise
Naccari, leanne Marie
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former leaders . .
icaptions . .
and films . .
information . .
design. . .
to arrange a
bulletin board . . .
praise and approval .
t starting again
for next twelve weeks
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Pascarelli, lo Ann
Bookrack Aids Sophomores '
Poch Mary Ann
Pope, Ruby Alene
Ragas, Mary Lynn
it and Leisure Reading
a book for
lit Class . . .
paperback . ,
finding it . . .
the Book Rack . .
the book . . .
to teacher . .
guidance. . .
a popular book . .
Miss C. Middleton and B. West discuss choice of book for lit class.
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Sass, Peggy Ann
St. Germain, Pam
St. Clair, Cathy
St. Pe, Gwen
the role . . .
hard. . .
lines. . .
into Character .
sophisticated . .
on stage . . .
nervous . .
a wig . . .
Act Play Contest
having a part in the
play. . .
P. Downing displays modesty in Sophomore lead role.
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ffort Created by Sophomores
approach. . .
from typical classroom
r and character-
to A.l.'s halls . .
i the freedom . .
talk . . .
gossip. . .
classrooms . .
I. Melancon and I. Geeck create their own classroom out in the hall at lunch-time
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Ellen McGrath puts the finishing touches on her Social Studies packet.
the right room. , .
which hall you're in . .
for directions . .
into people . . .
all your books together .
getting to class on time .
names and faces . .
lots of homework . .
initiated by Seniors of '72
the rules of the school . .
on packets . . .
to the different life at Aj
Freshman Headache No. 25
Learning to fit everything into one locker is a freshman challenge.
iagnosed as Owning a Locker
the right locker .
the homeroom teacher
again . . .
combination . .
first number . . .
turning left . . .
passing up second number
to third number
getting it open .
too many books
trying to get
only one out . .
owning a locker
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quiet spot . . .
with friends . . .
exchanging ideas . .
them too . .
the subject . .
gossip. . .
giggling. . .
the clock . . .
the test . . .
learning to study . .
comprehending . .
dictionary. . .
ending the year
using new words . .
Exploring Math Through Models
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a packet . .
the answers . .
locating x . . .
algebraic terms . .
inequalities. . .
trying to determine
square roots . . .
with negatives . . .
fractions. . .
decimals . .
trinomials. . .
geometric models .
trying to adjust
to new curriculum
in math . . .
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Freshmen are great at "hamming it up" in early American history.
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a group . . .
on a project . .
ideas. . .
a theme . . .
the theme . .
the script . .
lines. . .
forgetting . . . then
adlibbing. . .
in the hall . . .
in the hall . .
on a costume . .
a skit for Social Studies
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Being Involved Gives Freshme
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Lucky frosh get a preview of things to come by serving at junior Prom.
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ready to go . .
starry-eyed . . .
their first prom . .
couples dance . .
it were theirs . .
different gowns . .
a tray . . .
the decorations . .
friends and classmates
the guys . . .
refreshments. . .
feeling lucky to serve
at the junior Prom . .
Freshman Cass Represented b
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Witch Hazel" in 'Competition
loan Boushie and Lonnie Scaglione go under spell of a mysterious chair in play.
a play . . .
out for parts . . .
selected for parts . .
after school . . .
helping with lighting
backstage. . .
props. . .
furniture . .
on make-up . . .
lines. . .
working hard . . .
as the curtain rises . .
Freshmen in one-act-play
competition . . .
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sheets . .
big galoshes . . .
costumes . . .
on red lipstick . . .
wearing cone shaped hats
and garlic necklaces . . .
memorizing the alma mater
and the freshmen pledge . .
leap frog . . .
in a pumpkin . .
trays for seniors . .
a subpoena . . .
dancing on the stage
at Kangaroo Court . .
into Andrew jackson . .
2 Aj Newcomers "Take a Pee
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Stringing popcorn and decorating tree add final touches to the Christmas scene.
Smith, Deborah L.
money . . .
on an idea . . .
the idea a secret . .
the right tree . .
popcorn . .
ornaments . .
up decorations . .
in the right position
in the point contest
in third place . . .
the Freshman tree .
St. Pe, Gayle
Teoulet, Mary Ann
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Freshmen Elect Responsibl
Dfficers Who Serve Them Well
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responsibilities . .
problems. . .
organizing activities .
freshman spirit . .
to ideas . . .
being an officer
of the Freshmen class
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spirit. . .
classmates. . .
businesses . .
for picture . . .
as it was . . .
businesses. . .
your school .
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KeIly's L and M's
Evan's Eager Beavers
Kemp's Kookie Kolonels
ConneII's Cantankerous Clique
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Abercrombie Associates Present
C.O.E.-front row: S. Faust, K, Fos, B. Beard,
1. Decker, C. Papania, P. Shields, P. Miller,
M. Prechter, S. Childress, L. Vucich, S. Tims.
2nd row: E. jarreli, Mrs. B. Trumbaturi, S.
Kelly D. Nettles, L. Pomiff, C Zwicke, M.
Falgout S Dear G. Lubrano
TisdaIe's Teddy Bears
Cazaubon's Cafeteria Crumbs
"Smith's Svvifts" Shorthand II
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Linda's Little Ladies
The Smith Family
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jackson journal Bulls Its Way
Through the Year
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Al Concert Band-fL ro Rj 1st row: N. Bourgeoisg P. Bertrandg L. Bernardp C. Chiassong L. Scaglioneg H. Culottag M. Weeseg I. Alexanderp S
Stohlmang 2nd row: S. Cuevasg R. Munsterp G. Wuestp P. Fleetwoodg 1. Dorandp P. Rabalaisp D. Barcelonap D. Lawrenceg L. Riversg V. deBouchel
I. Augustine: T. Heckg I. Puissegurp L. johannesseng K. McCoy. 3rd row: S. Smithg S. Valleryg C. Schutng I. Volanteg L. jennewineg A. Beaugezp B
Mooreg W. Rarnirezp 1. Lacosteg K. Millerg E. lonesp 1. Clarkp 1. Ehrlicherg L. Pichong G. Freemang M. Knealep C. Culottap I. Hillg B. Westg L, Hullp S
Boulliong A. Tyroneg D. Robertsg N. Heckp 1. Bozant, captain. 4th row: L. Warrenp L. Moralesp R. Addottog T. Whiteg A. Pajaresp G. McKeeverp P
Caurinep B. lbieta. 5th row: M. Darocap D. Faust, co-captainp D. Nunezg D. Dupontg K. Schuleg C. Robing D. Curetg M. Deecoingp F. Sizemoreg R
Casertag 1. Brouillettep B. Faustg D. Prinzp P. Riedlp P. Gervaisp K. jones, co-captaing K. Landryg G. Deublerg C. Dugasp B. Castillog R. Iones.
Chorus-QL to R1 1st row: E. Seibertg K. Palmisanop C. Chappellg E. Fuselierp M. Montalbanog B. Marting S. Wallaceg C. Corleyp S. Collisonp T
Kiernanp D. Goodmang D. Barnes. 2nd row: T. Kimbleg 1. Morseg L. Pardog D. Lapeyrouseg F. McKeIvy5 P. Ramirezg S. Claving L. Hickrnang M
Howardg L. McCurIeyg D. Kethelp N. Alphonso. 3rd row: P. Brovvng S. Ronigerg S. Lafayeg P. Parkg M. Rizzutog C. Nyeg M. Dorang S. Gussonig D
Carmouchep P. Deffesg L. Blackstone. 4th row: S. Fosg L. Smithp K. Prattg L. Duckworthg M. Soroeg E. Dunlapp I. Hollardg 1. Burasg D. Bourlieap 5
Dixon. Sth row: B. Mapesg T. Rickersonp N. Leblancg 1. Deanop A. LaNasap 1. Cocop M. LaRoccag P. Ferrarag E. Melerinep M. Hulierg S. Dixon.
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The Roman Road
All have sinned and fall short of God's glorious ideal.
For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal
life through lesus Christ our Lord.
But God showed His great love for us by sending Christ to die
For if you tell others with your own mouth that jesus Christ is
your Lord, and believe in your own heart that God
has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.
For it is by believing in his heart that a man be-
comes right with God, and with his mouth he tells
others of his faith confirming his salvation.
Youth For Christ Campus Life Club is an international
organization represented in high schools and colleges
by all denominations. YFC helps students develop a
complete balanced life by emphasizing not only the
spiritutal, but also the mental, physical and social sides
of life. In addition to the meetings at school, there are
Youth Rallies every Saturday night at 4530 S. Clai-
borne Avenue, where all the clubs and the public
Taken from the Reach Out version of the Living New Testament.
meet together. The club here at Al is open to all stu-
dents the year round. Nothing is required for member-
ship, you simply attend meetings once a week after
school. The meetings' programs consist of guest
speakers tadults and youthl, movies, discussions, skits
and rap sessions. Throughout the year there are also
pizza parties, hayrides, ice-cream parties and
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Suburban Young Fashions, in Vil-
lage Square carries a complete line
of fashions for infants through
young juniors. You can find fine se-
lection from jeans to formal wear
in the young junior dept. Name
brands and personal service-our
marks of distinction. Open 9-6,
Mon.-Sat. Thursday till 8 P.M.
Al girls enjoy Suburban Young Fashions.
Belle and Beau
Located in Village Square Shop-
ping Center at 8819 W. ldge. Perez
Drive, 279-8400, Belle and Beau is
owned and operated by Earl and
Lou Desselles who strive to bring
you the finest in up-to-date sports-
wear at reasonable prices. Open
Connie Suprean shops at Belle and Beau.
Darrell de Moss photographers
help Al girls recall all of their happy
and sad times at Aj through the
fine photos supplied for the Her-
mitage and taken at proms and
graduation. Whenever you have a
special picture to be taken, either
of your wedding, baby or any other
portraiture work, turn to Darrell de
Moss first. Darrell de Moss is Io-
cated in Village Square, at 8917 W.
judge Perez Drive. Phone-279-
4440. BankAmericard is welcome.
Dooney Weaver, photographer, is available to
do any photography work which you might
Yvonne Schifferstein at Darrell de Moss Stu
dios is always ready to assist you in your pho
To be assured of the latest fash-
ions, shop at the conveniently lo-
cated Shirley's Fabric Shop. There
you will find a large selection of
materials, trims, beading, and fab-
rics for the entire bridal party. For
the look of today, sew it yourself
and consider Shirley's Fabric Cen-
ter FIRST. Shirley's is located in Vil-
lage Square at 9077 W. ldge. Perez
Dr. Phone 279-9995.
Shop ShirIey's for the best in fabrics.
Wright's Fabrics carries fabrics of
every type and texture. All leading
fabric names-all first quality fab-
rics. Stop in soon and let their ex-
pert staff help you plan anything
from a Christening dress to a Wed-
ding gown. Patterns from Vogue,
Butterick, McCall and Simplicity.
Large selection of buttons and no-
tions. Store hours: Mon. thru Sat.,
9AM to 5:45 PM. Wright's Fabrics,
6721 St. Claude Ave., 279-4782.
Mary Boos enjoys the service at Wright's.
Cantu Acceptance Corporation,
208 W. judge Perez Drive has
money available for all your money
needs tpersonal-loans, vacation,
home-repairs, furniture, consoli-
dation, etc.j. Locally owned and
operated. Mon. thru Fri., 9-5:30.
Ken Cantu, owner-manager, and Coreen Beau-
coudray, assistant manager, are always ready to
give you Cantu's half-hour service.
Dauterive and Trist Insurance
Henry Schlorff and Vic Dauterive stand ready
to help you with all your insurance needs.
Formally Werhan lns. Agcy.,
Dauterive and Trist Insurance
Agency is the oldest, independent
agency in St. Bernard. Vic Daute-
rive and Henry Schlorff can offer
you complete protection by writing
all forms of insurance. D and T is in
the Trist Bldg. at 7007 St. Claude
Ave. in Arabi. Phone 271-6291 or
The Goodyear Service Store, lo-
cated at 7429 St. Bernard Hwy. in
Arabi, can repair and service your
car's brakes, air-conditioning, muf-
fler, shock absorbers or front end.
For reasonable prices, girls, and
service you can trust, have your car
tuned up at the Goodyear Service
Store, home of the Polysteel.
Douglas Wilson, manager, can offer you the
best in tires and service at the Goodyear Serv-
Richard Montelaro can assist you
with any real estate or general con-
tracting needs. His office is con-
veniently located at 617 W. judge
Perez Dr., 201 Randazzo Bldg. in
Chalmette. Phone 279-5427.
Lana Vucich, C.O.E. student gives customers
the friendly service you'll receive at Monte
laro's Real Estate.
Goodyear Service Store
On hand with a new school calendar for 1972-73, Mr. Bob La Rue, representative of lack Petty
Graduate Supply conveys Mr. Petty's congratulations to Mrs. Dagro and faculty for the fine job
they are doing.
lack Petty Graduate Supply House
Graduate Supply House supplies
Andrew jackson with the fine
Herff jones Senior rings and the
plagues, trophies and medals
presented during the school year.
Graduate Supply is affiliated with
Paragon Press, printer of the Al
Hermitage. Al is always grateful to
Graduate Supply for their year-
Graduate Suppl House
Louisiana Power and Light
Qualified is the key word in today's
highly competitive society. And
behind that, of course, is educa-
tion. So, congratulations on earning
a most important diploma. Your
skills and capabilities can help
shape a greater America.
From your friends and neighbors at
LOUISIANA POWER AND LIGHT
"Helping Build Louisiana"
Melanie Horner visits the LPSIL building on
Paris Road in Chalmette.
Oscar's, the only jewelry store in
Village Square, is the sole dis-
tributor of Gold Lance class rings
in the parish. Visit Oscar's and see
the large selection of unigue class
rings which you can order in Sep-
tember and have in time for Ring
Day. Oscar's carries gifts for all oc-
cassions ffree gift-wrap and deliv-
ery anywhere in St. Bernardj and
handles expert jewelry repair.
8737 W. ldge. Perez Dr. Phone:
For all your lapidary, craft, and art
supplies visit Mr. Louie's Hobby
Shop at 812 W. judge Perez Drive
in Chalmette. Phone: 279-0996 for
any information on supplies for
hobbies, projects, handicrafts, etc.
See Mr. Louie's for the best in art
Oscar and Belle LaHoste, owners, display the class ring which you should buy.
Visit P0nseti's Shoe Store in Village
Square Shopping Center where
you can find the latest in shoe fash-
ions. Ponseti's features Miss Amer-
ica and Swingers shoes for ladies.
Ponseti's Shoes. 8705 W. ldge.
Carol Nicholson finds all her shoe fashions at
Ponseti's Shoe Store.
MISS IEANNETTE ABADIE-B.S., Louisiana
State University, M.E., Loyola University.
MRS. CHERYLYNN ABERCROMBIE-B.A.,
Southeastern Louisiana University. Social
MRS. GLORIA ARCEMENT-B.S., Loyola.
MR. ROBERT ARCENEAUX-B.A., South-
eastern Louisiana University. Social Studies.
MR. CHARLES BEARD-B.S., Univeristy of
Southern Mississippi. Social Studies.
MR. IERRY BOHANAN-B.A., Oklahoma
State University, M.S., Loyola University.
MRS. ROSALIE BOUDREAUX-B.A., Loyola
University. Social Studies
MISS BARBARA BURTON-B.S., M.E., Uni-
versity of Southwestern Louisiana. Math.
MRS. MELANIE CAREVICH-B.A., South-
eastern Louisiana University. English.
MRS. MILDRED CARR-B.A., Dillard Uni-
versity. Physical Education.
MR. RICHARD CARRONE-B.S., Louisiana
State University, New Orleans. Driver's
MISS KATHY CAZAUBON-B.S., University
of Southwestern Louisiana. Science.
MRS. PATRICIA CHANDLER-B.A., South-
eastern Louisiana University. English.
MRS. MYRTLE CLARK-B.A., M.Ed., Univer-
sity of Mississippi. Librarian. Library Club.
MISS SUSAN MARIE CONNELL-B.A., Loui-
siana State University, New Orleans. Social
MISS GRACE COOLEY-B.A., M.Ed., Nich-
olls State University. Math.
MRS. PATSY COX-B.A., Louisiana State
University, New Orleans. Math.
MRS. CAROLON CRAFT-B.S., University of
Southern Mississippi. Home Economics.
MISS DIANE CRESPO-B.A., St. Mary's Do-
minican College, M.A., Loyola. Social
MRS. SHIRLEY DAGRO-B.A., St. Mary's
Dominican College, M.Ed., Louisiana State
University. Assistant Principal.
MISS IANET deBRUEYS-B.S., University of
Southwestern Louisiana. Math. Math Club,
MRS. LOUISE DESSELLE-B.S., University of
Southwestern Louisiana, M.Ed., Louisiana
State University, New Orleans. Counselor.
MISS MARGO DUBUC-B.A., Southeastern
Louisiana University, M.Ed., Loyola Univer-
sity. Physical Education. Drill Squad.
MRS. BETTY EGEDY-B.S., Louisiana State
University, M.R.E., Southern Baptist Theo-
logical Seminary. Chariman, English Dept.
MRS. DOROTHY IANE EVANS-B.S., M.S.,
Louisiana Tech University. Home
MRS. GERTRUDE FORET-B.S., Louisiana
State University. Chairman, Science Dept.
MISS SANDRA SUE FOURQUREAN-B.A.,
Newcomb College. Social Studies.
MRS. MARY FRANCINQUES-B.A., South-
eastern Louisiana University. Business.
MISS CAROL FRANCIS-B.S., Louisiana
State University, M.Ed., Loyola. Chairman,
Math Dept. Math. FTA.
MRS. ERIN FRINK-B.A., Newcomb Col-
lege, Tulane University. Librarian. Library
MRS. BARBARA GARCIA-B.S., Madison
College, M.R.E., New Orleans Baptist Theo-
logical Seminary, M.A.T., Tulane University.
Chairman, Foreign Language Dept., Spanish.
MISS LYNN GELPI-B.M.E., Loyola Univer-
sity, M.M.Ed., Southeastern Louisiana Uni-
versity. Chairman, Music Dept. Instrumental
and Vocal Music. Band and Chorus.
MRS. RUBY GLOVER-B.A., Baylor Univer-
MISS CATHERINE GODWIN-B.A., Loui-
siana State University, New Orleans. Social
Studies. Civics Club.
MRS. SHARON HALL-B.A., Southeastern
Louisiana University. Co-Chairman, Business
MISS IANET HARTT-B.S., Southeastern
Louisiana University. Home Economics.
MISS PAMELA HEATON-B.S., Louisiana
State University. Social Studies.
MRS. LINDA I-IYMEL-B.A., Louisiana State
University, New Orleans. Business. FBLA.
MRS. IANET INGARGIOLA-B.S., Loyola
MRS. CAROL IEANDRON-B.A., New-
comb College. English. Prep Quiz Bowl.
MRS. KATHLEEN IIROVEC-B.A., South-
eastern Louisiana University, M.Ed., Loui-
siana State University, New Orleans. Physi-
cal Education. Majorettes.
MRS. MARY IOHNSON-B.S., Texas
Wornen's University. Home Economics, Sci-
MRS. CAROLYN IONES-B.A., Louisiana
State University, New Orleans. English.
MR. LOUIS EDWIN KELLY III-B.S., North-
western State University, M.S., Louisiana
State University. Math.
MISS GEORGIA KELLY-B.A., Southeastern
Louisiana University. Physical Education.
MRS. LYNN KELTY-B.S., Louisiana State
University, New Orleans. Science.
MRS. MARILYN KEMP-B.A., Southwestern
Louisiana University. English.
MRS. MARILYN KIMBALL-B.A., Louisiana
State University, New Orleans, M.Ed.,
MRS. MARY IO KING-B.S., University of
Southern Mississippi. Home Economics.
MRS. IUANITA LABORDE-B.S., South-
western Louisiana University. Science.
MR. NOLAN LADNER-B.S., University of
Southern Mississippi. Driver Education.
MRS. KERI LAGARDE-B.S., Loyola Univer-
sity. English, journalism.
MRS. IO ANN LAING-B.S., Northeast Loui-
siana State University. Home Economics.
MRS. EMMA LAWS-B.A., Louisiana Col-
MISS LINDA LANDRUM-B.A., Mississippi
State University, M.A.T., Tulane University.
MRS. CLAIRE LANDRY-B.S., Louisiana
State University, M.Ed., Loyola University.
Counselor. Student Council.
MRS. PEGGY MAYFIELD-B.S., Louisiana
State University, New Orleans. Science.
MR. NORMAN McKAY-B.S., University of
Southern Mississippi, M.Ed., Loyola.
MISS SUSAN McNAUGHTON-B.S., Loui-
siana State University, New Orleans. Math.
MISS CATHERINE MIDDLETON-B.A.,
Louisiana State University, New Orleans.
MISS CLEOPATRA MORAN-B.S., Univer-
sity of Southern Mississippi. Physical Educa-
MRS. COLLEEN MURA-B.S., Louisiana
State University, New Orleans. Math.
MISS LINDA NEWCHURCH-B.S., Louisiana
State University, New Orleans. Physical
MRS. CARRIE NOBILE-B.A., Greensboro
MRS. SUSIE NORSWORTHY-B.S., Stephen
F. Austin State University. English.
MRS. CAROL NUNEZ-B.S., Loyola.
MRS. BRENDA POPLIN-B.A., Campbell
MRS. DORA RICHARDSON-B.S., Southern
University, Baton Rouge. Business.
MR. KEN ROBERTS-B.S., M.Ed., Louisiana
State University, New Orleans. Math. Stu-
MRS. CHARLENE ROY-B.A., Louisiana
State University. Business.
MR. GEORGE SCHLORFF-B.S., M.Ed.,
Southwestern Louisiana University. Com-
MISS DEBORAH SCHROEDER-B.A., Loui-
siana State University, New Orleans. English.
MRS. ROSE SCOTT-B.S., Northwestern
State University. Physical Education. GAA,
MR. EDGAR SHERRILL-B.A., Louisiana
State University, New Orleans. English. lack-
MRS. VIRGINIA SHUMAKER-B.S., Mis-
sissippi College. Chairman, Art Dept. Art.
MRS. CARMEN SMITH-B.S., University of
MR. HENRY SMITH-B.A., Southeastern
Louisiana University. Chairman, Social Stud-
ies Dept. Social Studies.
MISS CAROL STOLL-B.S., Louisiana State
University, New Orleans. Business.
MRS. CHARLOTTE TISDALE-B.A., South-
eastern Louisiana University. Business.
MRS. BARBARA TRUMBATURI-B.S., Loui-
siana State University. Business. Yearbook,
MISS PATRICIA ULLRICH-B.S., Louisiana
State University, New Orleans. French.
MRS. ELLEN WALKER-B.S., M.S., University
of Southern Mississippi. Chairman, Physical
Education Dept. GAA, Softball.
MISS DIANE WALTHER-B.S., Southeastern
Louisiana University, M.Ed., Loyola Univer-
sity. Co-Chairman, Physical Education Dept.
Physical Education. Charmers.
MRS. PATTY WILLIAMS-B.S., University of
Southern Mississippi. Chairman, Home Eco-
nomics Dept. Home Economics. FHA.
MISS BETTY ZIMMERMAN -B.S., M.Ed.,
Loyola University. Principal.
General I ndex
Abadie, Charmaine, 178
Abadie, Miss leannette, 31, 126, 253
Abdo, Charmaine, 217
Abdo, Shirley, 138
Abercrombie's Homeroom, 232
Abercrombie, Mrs. Cherylnn, 95, 132, 253
Abney, Gaynel, 178
Acosta, Cheryl, 138
Adams, Pam, 29, 138
Adams, Stephanie, 178
Adcock, Deborah, 51, 198
Adcock, Patricia, 162
Addotto, Rita, 138, 245
Adolph, Rita, 162
Agnelly, Delila, 178
Aguiluz, Camilla, 162
Aguiluz, Michelle, 178
Akins, Karen, 198
Albe, Ann, 73, 178
Alberado, Kathy, 198
Alberti, Nanette, 39, 71, 79, 198
Alberts, Donna, 198
Alberts, Patricia, 178
Albrecht, Cindy, 198
Aleman, Donna, 65, 178
Alexander, loAnn, 68, 138, 245
Alexis, Cheryl, 49, 52, 53, 73, 138, 263
Alfonso, Betty, 46, 138
Alfonso, Debbie, 178
Alford, Peggy, 162
Allain, Lauren, 65
Almario, Cynthia, 198
Almario, Natalia, 138
Alphonse, Angelina, 198, 245
Alphonso, Deborah, 116, 138
Allo, Stenni, 178
Amato, Karen, 138
Amrein, Laura, 138
Anden, Arlene, 138
Andre, Doris, 198
Andrus, Debra, 178
Angelo, Rosemaire, 65, 198
Anglada, Cynthia, 47, 162
Anglada, Elizabeth, 47, 88, 89, 178
Anglada, Susan, 46, 47, 198
Antoine, Ann, 198
April, Melanie, 43, 162
Aquilo, Ann Marie, 178
Aquilo, Mary Lou, 29, 138
Arcement, Debra, 162
Arcement, Dianne, 178
Arcement, Donna, 162
Arcement, Mrs. Gloria, 135, 253
Arcement's Homeroom, 228
Arceneaux, Mr. Robert, 99, 101, 133, 253
Arceneaux's Homeroom, 227
Argiz, Brenda, 198
Argiz, Glenda, 198
Argiz, Kathy, 198
Armstrong, Loren, 198
Arnold, Debra, 90, 117, 138
Arostegui, Cheryl, 61, 162
Arsenaux, Dianne, 46, 138
Art Club, 57
Art Department, 20, 21
Arthur, Sharon, 50, 57, 63, 64, 91, 178
Artigue, Reba, 198
Artigue, Connie, 197
Artigues, Lynnel, 178
Aucoin, Charlene, 162
Augustin, Carol, 29, 138
Augustin, lean, 79, 178, 245
Austin, Peggy, 64, 162
Awards Day, 100, 101
Babin, Cyndi, 47, 61, 87, 116, 117, 120, 162
Bachemin, Lori, 198
Baggett, Kathleen, 178
Baham, Aimee, 162
Baiamonte, Carol, 65, 139
Bailey, Audrey, 178
Bailey, Emley, 146, 162
Band 66, 67
Band, Charmers, Drill Squad, Majorettes
Banquet, 92, 93
Banks, Lucille, 190
Barattini, Vee, 198
Barbe, Patricia, 198
Barberot, Deborah, 54, 178
Barcelona, Diana, 53, 61, 74, 78, 84, 92, 162,
Barcia, Carol, 88, 163
Barcia, Karen, 198
Barfield, Patti, 198
Barnes, Debbie, 51, 69, 139, 245
Barnes, Karen, 53, 55, 65, 73, 163
Barras, Debra, 178
Barras, Lois, 198
Bartholomae, Loretta, 73, 178
Basile, Cathy, 178
Bauer, lacqueline 56, 198
Bauer, Terry, 217
Baughman, Lilly, 178
Baumy, loanne, 198
Bautista, Sheliah, 163
Bayard, Tammy, 198
Beal, Cynthia, 163
Beale, Stephanie, 198
Beard, Brenda, 139, 233
Beard, Karen, 178
Beard's Homeroom, 228
Beard, Mr. Charles, 135, 253
Beau, Lilia, 198
Beaugez, Christine, 90, 198, 245
Becker, Mary Kay, 163
Becknel, Mary Anne, 178
Bell, Debbie, 139
Bellande, Susan, 53, 64, 73, 163
Belle and Beau, 247
Bellina, Bernie, 46, 163
Benezech, Shirley, 64, 178
Benfatti, Carmella, 199
Berger, Mary, 163
Bernard, lohnette, 178
Bernard, julie, 177
Bernard, Leslie, 79, 199, 245
Bersuder, Caren, 178
Bersuder, Cindy, 159
Bertaut, Leslie, 199
Berthelot, Marie, 161
Berthold, Manette, 199
Bertrand, 46, 53, 74, 163, 245
Besson, Fran, 139
Besson, Shirley, 178
Beta Club, 52, 53
Bethea, Karen, 163
Betz, Sheila, 43, 163
Beucler, Darlene, 61, 79, 179
Bickford, Rosemary, 54, 57, 64, 99, 139
Bienvenu, Elaine, 163
Billedeau, Norma, 139
Bigelow, Linda, 179
Birdsall, Shirley, 197
Bivona, Charlene, 139
Bivona, Eileen, 179
Black, Helen, 179
Black, Regina, 60, 199
Blackburn, Cheryl, 179
Blackburn, Donna, 163
Blackstone, Lynette, 33, 139, 245
Blanchard, Rhonda, 46, 57, I79
Blanco, Debbie, 179
Blanco, Kathleen, 179
Boasso, Carol, 139
Bocage, Charmaine, 65, 199
Bodden, Mrs. Laura, 125
Boe, Deborah, 177
Boe, Lorrie, 163
Bohannan's Babies, 221
Bohannan, Mr. lerry
Boihem, Sandy, 179
Bolleter, Denise, 199
Bolton, Karen, 60, 199
Bond, Elizabeth, 43, 64, 74, 75, 78, 137, 139
Bondi, lean, 179
Bondi, Lisa, 163
Bonis, Kim, 199
Boos, Mary, 163, 249
Mr. George l., 124
Bordelon, Bonnie, 46, 199
Bordelon, Debbie, 179
Bordelon, Iudy, 179
Bordelon, Regina, 79, 163
Borne, ludith, 199
Borne, Vicki, 29, 52, 55, l39
Boss, Donna, 53, 73, 163
Bossenmeyer, Karen, 197
Bouanchaud, Karen, 139
Boucher, Charlene, 179
Bouchereau, Marguerite, 199
Bouchoux, Anna, 30, 58, 78, 137, 139
Boudreaux, Beverly, 177
Boudreaux, Cindy, 65, 74, 163, 168
Boudreaux, ludy, 217
Bourdreaux, Mrs. Rosalie, 133, 253
Bullion, Sheila, 68, 140, 245
Bourdeu, Denise, 64, 73, 163
Bourg, Beverly, 199
Bourgeois, Clara, 179
Bourgeois, Nona, 53, 163, 245
Bourgeois, Susan 64, 73, 179
Bourliea, Deborah, 140, 245
Boushiea, loan, 38, 56, 60, 199, 211
Boushie, Suzanne, 73, 92, 102, 103, 140
Bowers, loni, 199
Bowers, Phyllis, 180
Bowling, Angela, 180
Bozant, Cheryl, 200
Bozant, Io Ellen, 68, 140, 245
Bruder, Mary, 78, 163
Branden, Cynthia, 200
Brannon, Deborah, 70, 71, 163
Brayman, Cora, 54, 180
Brayman, Elizabeth, 163
Breaud, Cheryl, 63, 140
Breaux, janet, 140
Breiteinbach, Carolyn, 140
Brezniak, Mary, 200
Briere, Deborah, 180
Brisset, Rosalinde, 180
Broadbridge, Glenda, 140
Brock, Cathy, 180
Brockhaus, Denise, 117, 140
Broggi, judy, 140
Broome, Michele, 56, 180
Broome, Sherry, 180
Brossette, Lynette, 46, 50, 51, 57, 180
Brossette, Patty, 180
Brossette, Paula, 140
Brossette, Phyllis, 200
Brouillete, Celeste, 200
Brouillette, jeanne, 21, 90, 140, 245
Brouillete, Myra, 200
Broussard, Elaine, 47, 200
Broussard, Rebecca Sue, 161
Brown, Audrey, 29, 140
Brown, Barbara, 163
Brown, Cheryl, 200
Brown, Gwen, 163
Brown, janet, 180
Brown, Patricia Ann, 140
Browning, Kathy, 177
Bruder, jan, 47, 53, 61, 111, 113, 114, 163
Brue, Lynn, 46, 64, 163
Brugier, Bonnie, 200
Brugier, Sharon, 65, 180
Brunies, Darlene, 163
Campbell, Donna, 180
Campbell, Sandra, 164
Campiere, Patty, 53, 164
Campiere, Sharon, 164
Cancienne, Deborah, 161
Cancienne, Denise, 161
Canepa, Vickie, 180
Cangelosi, Elizabeth, 200
Cannon, Marleen, 54, 55, 164
Cantu Acceptance Corp., 249
Capone, Vicki, 53, 63, 73, 164
Carambat, Victoria, 56, 57, 200
Cardaro, Vicky, 164
Cardella, Donna, 180
Carderara, Edmay, 141
Carevich, Mrs. Melanie, 134, 253,
Carevich's Homeroom, 237
Cargo, Denese, 164
Carlini, Gina, 197
Carlisle, Mary, 200
Carman, Margaret, 200
Carmouche, Danielle, 141, 245
Caron, Cindy, 164
Caron, Susan, 200
Caronia, Lorraine, 180
Carr, Mrs. Mildred, 128, 253
Carrasquillo, Betty, 200
Carreras, Patricia, 200
Carrone, Mr. Richard, 253
Carr's Homeroom, 235
Carter, Debbie, 177
Carter, Diane, 164
Carter, Mrs. Dolores, 135, 253
Carter's Homeroom, 214
Childress, Sandi, 142, 233
Chittenden, Cassandra, 201
Choina, Donna, 142
Choina, julie, 142
Choina, Robin, 142
Choina, Susan, 201
Chorus, 66, 67
Ann, 51, 141, 245
60, 200, 245
Bryant, Barbara, 46, 163
Bryant, Pamela, 200
Bryant, Robin Andrel 140
Buckel, Sharon, 141
Bull, Helena, 52, 55, 56, 60, 65, 7
Buras, Brenda, 141, 263
Buras, julie, 141, 245
Burghout, julie, 200
Burgner, Debra, 47, 141
Burkert, Beverly, 57, 61, 180
Burns, Mary Ann, 73, 164
Burtchaell, Donna, 200
Burtchaell, Kathy, 200
Burton, Debra, 200
Burton, Miss Barbara, 135, 253
Burton, Rena, 217
Business Department, 28, 29
Butler, Lydia, 200
Buuck, Ingrid, 58, 65, 73, 141
Buuck, Michelle, 180
Byrd, Anita, 164
Byrnes, judy, 56, 141
Cabirac, Dana, 200
Cadman, Gwendolyn, 180
Cadwell, joanne, 151, 200
Calamia, Maria, 73, 180
Calato, Sharon, 150, 180
Callais, Mr. Calvin, 124
Callegan, Colleen, 73, 180
Cambas, Cathy, 150, 180
Cambas, Donna, 200
Camhout, Pamela, 99, 141
Camp, joyce, 164
0, 71, 78,141
Campagna, Mrs. Sharon, 126, 134
Castillo, Donna, 57, 180
Castillo, Luane, 141
Castro, Sandra, 164
Castro, Terri, 200
Cassou, Cheryl, 180
Catalano, Belinda, 63, 164
Catalano, Debra, 200
Catton, Laurie, 61, 79, 180
Catton, Lisa, 60, 63, 77, 141
Cazalot, Sandra, 141
Cazaubon, jill, 39, 71, 200
Cazaubon, joyce, 46, 73, 141
Cazaubon's Homeroom, 234
Cazaubon, Miss Kathy, 135, 253
Celino, Milene, 56, 142
Chachati, Eretta, 142
Chambers, Sharon, 180
Chambon, Patricia, 201
Champagne, Sharon, 142
Chandler, Mrs. Patricia, 134, 253
Chanove, Mrs. Mary, 127
Chaplain, Agnes, 165
Charmers, 70, 71
Chappell, Cynthia, 142, 245
Chase, judy, 201
Chase, Le Anne, 201
Chauppetta, Kathy, 177
Chauppetta, Sandra, 201
Chauppette, judith, 201
Chausey, Patricia, 142
Chaussy, Peggy, 142
Chauvin, Monica, 201
Cheerleaders, 74, 75
Chestnut, Linda, 180
Chiasson, Carol, 165, 245
Chiasson, Lynne, 165
Christiansen, Alice, 74, 142
Ciaccio, jo Ann, 13, 73, 165
Ciaccio, Lynn, 201
Cimo, Tyese, 64, 165
Ciolino, Donna, 22, 50, 64
Civello, Mary, 201
Civics Club, 46
Clair, Karen, 53, 64, 73, 165
Clark, Fran, 64, 165
Clark, janet, 201, 245
Clark, Kathy, 201
Clark, Mrs. Myrtle, 47, 127, 253
Clavin, Sandra, 201
Clavin, Susan, 165, 245
Clay, Corrine, 201
Clay, Nanny, 201
Clement, Cathy, 142
Clement, Karen, 181
Clements, jody, 217
Clogher, Nancy, 165
Coco, juanita, 65, 69, 142, 245
Code, Ann, 165
C O E 28, 233
Code, Eileen, 46, 181
Coleman, Debra, 181
Coleman, Dianne 202
Coleman, Mary, 202
Coleman, Rita, 177
Coles, Patricia, 29, 64, 78, 142
Collison, Susan, 58, 63, 68, 69, 90,
Colombo, joanna, 202
Colombo, josephine, 142
Colombo, Sherie, 79, 202
Colombo, Vickie, 53, 55, 64, 165
Connell, Kathleen, 60, 202
Connell's Homeroom, 224
Connell, Miss Susan, 14, 132, 253
Conner, Roxanne, 181
Constance, Dianna, 51, 181
Cook, Lucindy, 46, 50, 202
Cooley, Sandra, 165
Cooley's Homeroom, 230
Cooley, Miss Grace, 131, 253
Cooper, Denise, 50, 61, 181
Corley, Carolyn, 33, 53, 65, 69, 165, 245
Corne, Lisa, 65, 73, 165
Corne, Lynn, 2, 53, 55, 165
Costanza, jacqueline, 29, 143
Cotogno, Cheri, 65, 202
Counselors, 30, 31
Courtney, Cynthia, 165
Courville, Pollie, 143
Couture, Karen, 202
Couture, Lori, 181
Couvillion, Annette, 56, 61, 71, 181
Couvillion, Frances, 50, 181
Couvillion, Gwendolyn, 202
Couvillon, Sandra, 29, 46, 143
Covaceyich, janet, 161
Covaceyich, Linda, 217
Brenda, 56, 64, 143
Mrs. Patsy, 131, 253
, Sandra, 143
, Susie, 63, 64, 179, 181
Cox's Homeroom, 224
Craft's Homeroom, 230
Craft, Mrs. Carolon, 46, 119, 135, 253
Creel, Cynthia, 202
Crespo, Deborah, 181
Crespo's Homeroom, 224
Crespo, Miss Diane, 132, 253
Crifasi, Karen, 50, 181
Crifasi, Sheri, 202
Delgado, Marie, 177
Delhomme, Suzanne, 182
DeLivaudais, Paula, 47, 61, 110, 111, 166
DeLivaudais, Thomasa, 47,61, 110, '11 1, 113,
Dendinger, Karen, 182
Crifasi, Susan, 165
Crocker, Susan, 165
Crumhorn, Connie, 143
Cruz, Theresa, 165
Cucchero, Lisa, 52, 55, 72, 73, 143
Cuevas, Sheila, 56, 93, 143, 245
Culotta, Carla, 60, 79, 202, 245
Culotta, Helayne, 53, 55, 56, 73, 78, 165, 245
Cure, Debra, 46, 60, 112, 120, 202
Curet, Doreen, 202, 245
Durtis, Donna, 64, 73, 181
Cusic, Cora, 64, 143
Cusimano, Phyllis, 202
Cutrer, Diana, 165
Cutrer, Sharon, 49, 53, 55, 56, 73, 162, 165,
Dagro, Mrs. Shirley, 100, 103,
Dahlgreen, Kathy, 202, 205
Daigle, Brenda, 202
Daigle, Robin, 46, 202
Daigle, Susan, 65, 202
Daigrepont, Darlene, 165
Daigrepont, Donna, 202, 63
Daigrepont, Karen, '165
Dalton, Donna, 202
Danko, Barbara, 181
Danna, Virginia, 202
Dannemann, Laurie, 65, 202
Daquana, Roxana, 165
Daray, lacqueline, 202
Daroca, Mary, 143, 245
Darrell deMoss, 248
Daspit, Rhonda, 202
Dauterive, Betty, 182
125, 251, 253
DeRose, jill, 56, 63, 203
Descant, Cathy, 166
Desselle, Carol, 182
Desselle, Mrs. Louise, 31, 52, 126, 253
Deubler, Gwendolyn, 46, 182, 245
Devany, Kathleen, 144
Kim 20, 166
Dichiara, Deborah, 144
Dieck, Kim, 44, 203
Dieudonne, Cathy, 161
nni, ludy, '144
Dillion, Cindy, 203
DiMaggio, Patricia, '182
Dinapolis, Brenda, 16, 18, 56, 63, 73, 182
DiPadova, Mary, 73, 182
Dirmann, lanice, 65, '182
Dirmann, ludy, 40, 52, 55, 72, 73, '144
Distributive Education, 29, 243
Dixon, Cheryl, 203
Dixon, Sandra, 166, 245
Dixon, Susette, 53, 166, 245
net, 19, 166
Dodd, Deborah, 71, 166
Doescher, Denise, 94, 166
Doescher, ludy, 182
Domingo, Eileen, 166
Domingo, Sharon, 144
Dominici, Dani, '182
Dominici, Dawn, 144
Dominick, Pat, 144
Domino, Susan, 166
Dupas, Sandra, 50, 57, 73, 167
Duplaa, Darlene, '182
Duplessis, Denise, 182
Dupont, Deborah, 144, 245
Dupuy, Carol, 167
Durel, Therese, 203
Durel, Wendy, 182
Durio, Colette, 145
Dutruch, Denise, 203
Dutzy, Wanda, 167
Duvall, Darla, 204
Duvieilh, Debra, '145
Duvieilh, ludy, 56, 182
Dyess, Lois, 116, 204
Easley, Miriam, 63, '182
Easley, Patricia, 182
Eaton, lean, 167
Eddlestone, Melanie, 183
Edgecombe, lulie, 65, 145
Edwards, Elaine, 29, '145
Egedy, Miss Carol, 263
Egedy, Mrs. Betty, 49, 101, 134, 253, 263
Ehrlicher, lane, 217, 245
Eisenbraun, Gail, 204
Eisenbraun, Gina, 204
Eisenbraun, Gloria, 56, 183
Eiserloh, Dawn, 183
Ellis, Debbie, 167
Ellis, Denese, 94, 167
Emerick, Ava, 167
Emerick, Pamela, 183
Engelhardt, luanita, 183
Englande, Lorraine, 183
English, Paula, 204
Engolia, Barbara, '167
Engolia, Sheila, 204
Ernest, Paula, 183
Esposito, Mrs. Darlene, 125
Esteves, Cheryl, 42, 43, 52, 55, 78, 56, 85, 145
Etienne, Iris, 177
Etienne, Marilyn, 217
, Cindy, 182
Denise, 57, 202
Dauterive, Leslie, 40, 53, 77, 78, 165
Dauterive Rene, 51, 202
Dauterive and Trust Insurance, 250
Dauterive, Mr. Victor 1., 124
Daverede, Lois, 202
David, Cathy, 143
Davis, Karen, 143
David, Kim, 202
Davies, Mr. joseph, 37, 124
Davis, Kristie, 165
Deano, leanne, 69, 165, 245
Dear, Sherron, 143, 233
Donnelly, Denise, 144
Donnelly, Lennel, 57, 203
Doody, Cookie, 53, 55, 61, 71, 77, 78, 86, 95,
Doran, Cheryl, 203
Doran, Mary, 166, 245
Doran, Melanie, 182
Dorand, ludith, 203, 245
Dorman, Rosemary, 203
Dorman, Stephanie, '144
Douglas, Debra, 166
Dowd, Maureen, 65, 167
Downing, Patrice, 61, 74, 76, 79, 182
Doyle, Karen, 167
Drama Club, 62, 63, 76, 77
Ehtridge, Kathryn, 204, 79
Evans, Dorothy, Mrs., 134, 2
Evans' Homeroom, 221
Evans, Patricia, '167
Everhardt, Rita, 204
Fabre, Kathleen, 183
Ealgout, Mary, 145, 233
Farmer, Ann, 44, 204
Eascio, Susan, 204 '
Faucheux, Donna, 51, 183
Faught, Suzie, 16, 46, 61, 63, 183
Faulstich, Arlene, 145
Debate Club, 62, 63
deBouchel, Vicky, 182, 245
deBrueys, Miss janet, 55, 131, 253
Decker, Janice, 143, 233
Decoteau, Diane, 165
Drill Squad, 72, 73
Driver Education, 32
Dubos, Karen, 144
Dubos, Laura, 182
Dubos, Linda, 203
Deerey, Lynne, 143
Defies, Evelyn, 182
Deffes, locelynn, 182
Deffes, Patsy, 56, 60, 64, 144, 245
DeFraites, Barbara, 202
DeGrado, Kim, 46, 203
DeGruy, Cindy, 182
Deichmann, Ruth, 165
Deimel, Aline, 57, 182
Deimel, ludith, 64, 144
Delaney, Denise, 203, 263
Del Buono, Kathi, 161
Delgado, Delores, '144
Dubret, Phyllis, 54, 64, 167, 172
Dubuc, Miss Margo, 27, 128, 253
Dubuc's Homeroom, 227
Duchmann, Songa, 167
Duckworth, Linda, 78, 144, 245
Ducoing, Margaret, 203, 245
Ducombs, Lois, 55, '167
Ducote, Linda, 167
Ducote, Paula, 64, 167
Dugas, Cindy, 167, 2-15
Dugas, Claudea, 55, 68, 167
Dunham, Peggy, 144
Dunlap, Ethel, 69, 167, 245
Foret's Homeroom, 216
Faulstich, Darlene, 145
Faulstich, Loretta, 65, 183
Faulstich, Mary, 204
Faust, Amber, 183
Faust, Beverly, 204, 245
Faust, Debra, 68, 145, 245
Faust, Susan, 145, 233
Favalora, Kim, 204
Favalora, Peggy, 204
Fayard, Elaine, 46, 50, 51, 204
Felger, Chris, 183
Fergerson, Mrs. lanet, 134, 253
Fernandez, Mr, Frank, 124
Fernandez, Leslie, 204
Fernon, Lynn, 183
Ferrara, Pam, 71, 167
Ferrara, Pat, 167, 245
Ferret, Christy, 183
Ferris, Dani, 204
Fezekas, Barbara, 13, 145
Fielding, Deborah, 204
Fincher, Deborah, 184
Fiore, Kathleen, 53, 78, 167
Fiorella, Virginia, 197
Fitch, ludy, 78, 137, 145
Fitte, Ianet, 167
Flattmann, Constance, 204
Fleetwood, Kim, 204
Fleetwood, Pamela, 145, 245
Fleming, Theresa Ann, 145
Fleurichamp, Brenda, 52, 145
Flood, Karen, 204
Flores, Elizabeth, 204
Fontaine, Barbara, 65, '167
Fontenot, Judy, 145
Fontenot, Sue, '146
Ford, Monica, 88, '146
Ford, Sue, 204
Ford, Wanda, 167
Foreign Language, 18 19
Forestier, D'Neil, 167
Foret, Mrs. Gertrude, 56, 135, 253
Forrest, Cynthia, 184
Forrest, Sheila, 65, 167
Forster, Shelley, '167
Forte, Karen, 167
Fortenberry, Debbie, 204
Fos, Karen, '146, 233
Fos, Sue, 146, 245
Fossier, Vickie, 184
Foster, Donna, 197
Fourquean's Homeroom, 233
Fourqurean, Miss Sandra, 132, 253
Fradella, Elizabeth, 52, 73, 146
Fradella, Violet, 94, 167
Frame, Donna, 184
Franatovich, Sharon, 46, 116, 204
Francinques's Homeroom, 241
Francinques, Mrs. Mary, 64, 130, 253
Francis, Miss Carol, 131, 253
Francis.s Homeroom, 241
Frank, Nancy, 65, 204
Fray, Karen, 73, 168
Freeman, Gloria, 68, 146, 245
Freese, Terri, 204
French Club, 44, 65
Freshman Dance, 44
Freshman Initiation, 38, 39
Frey, Mary, 204
Fried, Debbie, 184
Fried, Rhonda, 22, 29, 146
Friedlander, Donna, 168
Frink, Mrs. Erin, 47, 127, 253
Frosina, Carol, 146
Fuselier, Evelyn, 146, 245
Fussell, Therese, 168
Future 1-lomemakers of America Club, 56
Future Nurses of America Club, 56
Future Teachers of America Club, 51
Gabriel, Candy, 146
Gaeta, Denise, 204
Gaeta, Diane, 57, 184
Gaeta, Sharon, 204
Gagliano, Iulie, 56, 63, 184
Galivan, Sharon, 53, 57, 168
Gallo, Cynthia, 79, 205
Gallois, Melodie, 197
Garcia, Mrs. Barbara, 130, 253
Garcia, Darlene, 205
Garcia's Homeroom, 227
Garitty, Debra, 46, 52, 55, 146
Garitty, Donna, 61, 116, 117, 184
Garrity, janet, 184
Gaspard, Deborah, 168
Gassen, Mary, 51, 168
Gaurine, Patricia, 177, 245
Gioia, ludith, 205
Gioia, Karen, 46, 205
Girls Athletic Association, 42,
Glass, Elizabeth, 205
Gleason, Gay, 5, 147
Gleber, Linda, 205
Glover, Mrs. Ruby, 131, 253
Glover's Homeroom, 229
Glynn, Kaye, 55, 74, 168
Godwin, Miss Catherene, 46, 133 P53
Godwin, Gloria, 168
Gogarty, Debra, 205
Gonzales, Angela, 184
Gonzales, Brenda, 147
Gonzales, Penny, 197
Gonzales, Celeste, 79, 120, 18
Gonzales, Cindy, 49, 50, 53,61
Gonzales, Donna, 161
Gonzales, loann, 20, 147
Gonzales, Lana, 46, 205
Gonzales, Liz, 168
Gonzalez, Marlene, 29, 147
Gonzales, Sue, 29, 149
Goodman, Donna, 169, 245
Goodyear Service Store, 250
Gordy, Nancy, 51, 63, 73, 147
Gowland, lean, 147
Gowland, Iune, 184
Graduate Supply House, 251
Graduation, 104, 105
Graff, Rhonda, 205
Graffagnini, Karen, 184
Graham, Mrs. Belle, 263
Gray, Kathy, 147
Gray, Vicki, 205
Greco, Antonia, 46, 53, 64, 16
Green, Anne, 169
Green, Karen, 184
Green, Uneeta, 147
Grey, Joanne, 184
Griffin, Deborah, 206
Gaurine, Tommie, 99, 146
Gauthier, Darlene, 205
Gauthier, Debbie, 73, 168
Gauthier, leannine, '184
Gauthier, julie, 205
Gautreaux, Melanie, 53, 168
Gay, Kim, 184
Gay, Robbie, 177
Gebbia, Diane, 56, 146
Geeck, lacke, 63, 184, 197
Geis, Alana, 205
Gelpi, Miss Lynn, 33, 68, 93,
Generose, Paulette, '146
Genova, Gail, 146
Griffin, Dela, 184
Gritter, Emily, 206
Groh, Karen, 147, 64
Grose, Marlene, 184
Gross, Lynda, 73, 147
Gross, Melanie, 40, 73, 78, '16
Grossenbacher, Karla, 206
Guaraggi, Donna, 206
Guarino, Cheryl, 169
Guepet, Sharon, 29, 147
Guerra, Cheryl, 206
Guerra, Kay, 56, 184
Guerra, Miriam, 206
Guevara, Enriqueta, 184
Guglielmo, Eileen, 184
Genovese, Cathy, 177
George, Sharon, 53, 168
Geraci, Carmella, 197, 112
Geraci, Denise, 168, 64, 54, 55, 53
Gerken, Cindy, 184
Gervais, Charlene, 184
Gervais, Pat, '146, 245
Gex, Ianet, 147
Giglio, Blanche, 147
Giglio, Donna, 147
Gilchrist, Brenda Lee, 217
Guidry, Cynthia, 184
Guidry, Kathy, 184
Guillot, Cindy, 63, 120, '184
Guillot, cindy, 206
Guillot, Connie, 206
, Mrs. Iudy, 134, 253
Donna, 71, 169
Guillot'si Homeroom, 226
Guillot, Kristie, 206
Guillot, Leslie, 185
Guillot, Lorna, 147
Gilchrist, Debbie, 177
Gilchrist, Donna, 184
Ginart, Deborah, 205
Gioe, Cindy, 60, 205
Gioe, Debbie, 49, 168
Gioe, losie, 184
Gullung, Becky, 185
Gunn, Gail 56, 71, 111, 162, 1
Gurganus, Robbin, 185
Gussoni, Sherry, 169, 245
Gutierrez, Barbara, 148
Guy, Karen, 206
Hagstette, joy, 185
Hahn, Deborah, 185
Hahn, Leslie, 61, 65, 169
Hahnebohnt, Nan, 169
Haley, Robin, 169
Hall, Mrs. Sharon, 130, 253
Hamilton, Rosemary, 206
Hannan, Deborah, 185
Hankins, Paula, 61, 185
Hano, Trudy, 148
Hansen, Roselyn, 148
Hanzo, Pamela, 169
Hardy, Lynne, 53, 73, 169
Hardy, Sharon, 148
Harris, Paulette, 169
Hartman, Patricia, 148
Haryel, Belinda, 169
Harwell, Cynthia, 53, 54, 169
Hauck, Debbie, 148
Heaphy, Dawn, 61, 185
Heaphy, Rochelle, 53, 169
Hearty, Susan, 185
Heaton's Homeroom 243
Heaton, Miss Pamela, 77, 132, 253
Hebert, Cecile, 148
Hebert, Laurie, 185
Hebert, Pamela, 206
Heck, Cwenette, 53, 71, 169
Heck, Nancy 68, 163, 185, 245
Heck, Terri, 55, 185, 245
Hehr, Genie, 51, 185
Helder, Kimberly, 5, 55, 65, 73, 78,
Hein, Kathryn 7, 63, 206, 263
Heinsz, Beverly, 148
Heintz, Catherine, 54, 206
Heintz, Pamela, 148
Helmers, Anna, 148
Helmke, Karen, 185
Helscher, Elaine, 74, 102, 103, 148
Hemelt, Suzanne, 206
Henegan, Kim, 206
Patty, 73, 148
Gail, 52, 55, 78
Henry, jeanette, 206
Hentze, Dale, 63, 65, 79, 186
Hentze, Debra, 148
Hentze, Kim, 148
Hermitage, 48, 49, 220
Herrington, Patty, 64, 73, 169
Hibbs, Terry, 206
Hickman, Linda, 149, 245
Hicks, Susan, 169
Hill, jackie, 206, 245
Hill, Karen, 206
Hingle, Diana, 58, 149
Hingle, Kathy, 177
Hingle, Laura, 57, 206
Hodges, Diana, 164
Hoffman, Patricia, 47, 206
Hoffman, Phyllis, 206
Hoffmann, Rhonda, 186
Hogan, Mona, 161
Hoke, Rhonda, 206
Holland, Connie, '149
Hollard, Dara, 186, 191
Hollard, Tereie, 53, 55, 56, 169
Holmes, Rona, 186
Homecoming, 42, 43
Home Economics, '12, 13
Honors Banquet, 102, 103
Hood, Myra, 46, 56, 58, 64, 70, 71
Horn, Cheryl, 206
Horn, Cindy, '149, 102, 103, 60, 52
Horner, Melanie, 149, 5, 251
Hotard, Rhonda, 186
Howard, Mary, 149, 245
Hubbard, Charlene, 186
Huber, Margaret, 63, 169
Huber, Mary, 47, 63, 136, 149
Hudson, jeannie, 206
Hudson, Kim, 169
Hueschen, Diane, 13, 73, 149
Huff, Susan, 206
Hughes, Onita, 206
Hughson, Karen, '169
Hull, Linda, 49, 53, 169, 245
Hultz, Peggy, 186
Hungerford, Darlene, 169
Hurstell, Rene 54, 64, 169, 172
Hutter, Suzanne, 207
Hymel, joAnn, 65, 169
Hymel's Homeroom, 202
Hymel, Mrs. Linda, 130, 253
lbic-ta, Bobbie, 245
lbieta, Dani, 19, 56, 61, 120, 186
lngariola, Mrs. janet, 134, 253
1ngargio1a's Homeroom, 236
lshee, Carolyn, 53, 54, 170
lshee, janet, 51, 63, 65, '186
lshee, Maureen, 207
jackson journal, 40, 41, 244
jacob, jean, 149
janet, Charlene, 186
janneck, Kim, 53, 74, 170
janneck, Kit, 79, 207
jarrell, Era, 149, 233
jas, Pam, 207
jaufre, Susan, 186
Nancy, 65, 73, 149
johnson, Sharon, 207
johnson Theresa, '186
johnston, Yolande, 149
jones, Mr, Burord, 104, 105
jones, Mrs. Carolyn, 134, 253
jones, Cynthia, 62, 78, 93, 149
jones, Debra, 207
jones, Edie, 55, 186, 245
Holly, 43, 207
jones's Homeroom, 226
jones, Kathleen, 56, 68, '104, 245
jones, Patricia, 60, 207
jones, Rhonda, 52, 55, 68, 150
jeandron, Mrs. Carol 100, 134, 253, 263
jeandron's Homeroom, 205
jeanfreau, Sandra, 186
jeffries, Carol, 53, 57, 170
jenkins, joAnne, 149
jenneman, Madeline, 56, '186
jennewine, Linda, 61, 186, 245
jirovec, Mrs. Kathleen, 128, 253
jirovec's Homeroom, 225
johannessen, Linnea, 207, 245
johnson Carol, 207
johnson, Mrs, Mary, 135, 253
johnson's, Mrs. M. Homeroom,
johnson, Diane, 74, 186
johnson, Kathleen, 207
johnson, Lynn, 146, 170
jones, Ruth, 73, 170, 245
jordon, Sheila, 186
julian, Karen, 63, 96, 150
juncker, Cynthia, 53, 54, 64, 170
juneau, jackie, 65, 186
juneau, Sandra, 170
junior Prom, 94, 95
Kane, Mr. john j., 124
Kastner, Melanie, 52, 55, 88, 102, 150
Kattengell, Linda, 64, 170
Kaul, Yvonne, 29, 150
Kehtel, Debbie, 150
Kehtel, Dorothy, 207
Keller, Denise, 186
Keller, Mary, 170
Kelley, Mr. Edwin, 135, 253
Kelly, Miss Georgia, 57, 263
Kelly's Homeroom, 230
Kelly, Sandra, 150, 128, 233
Kelty, Mrs. Lynn, 135, 253
Kelty's Homeroom, 221
Kemp, Mrs. Marilyn, 63, 134, 253
Kemp's Homeroom, 223
Kennedy, Karen, 186
Kerkhoff, Kerlec, Kerry, 186
Kernea, Phyllis, 177
Kerns, Linda, '186
Kerr, Dona, '170
Kessler, Connie, '186
Kessler, Pam, 22, 58, 63, 150
Kiernan, Tyra, 245
Kimball, Mrs. Marilyn, 30, 31, 126, 253
Kimble, Tommye, 150, 245
King, Mrs. Mary jo, 134, 253
King's Homeroom, 219
King, Lizzy, 170
Kingston, Patricia, 61, 79, 87, 112, 116, 120
Kitchens, joette, 208
Knauer, Becky, 65, '186
Knauer, Pam, 150
Kneale, Carol, 64, 170
Kneale, Marilyn, 60, 208, 245
Knower, Shelley, 73, 98, 150
Kocke, Marie, 7, 186
Konnecker, Aimee, 186
Kramer, Mary jo, 208
Kyle, Ruth, '186
Labat, jenny, 170
Labat, Kathryn, 208
Laborde, Mrs. Maria, 131, 253
Labourdette, Desiree, 64, 186
Lackey, Sandra, 208
Lacoste, janell, 187, 245
LaCour, Laurie, 208
Lacour, Patricia, 171
Mapes, Billie lean, 152, 245
Ladner, Mr. Nolan, 54, 134, 253
Lae, Susan, 52, 150
LaFaye, Sue, 150, 245
Lafitte, lan, 46, 63, 64, 171
Latitte, ludith, 46, 57, 150
Latonte, Earline, 63, 187
Latont, Lori, 171
Lagarde, loni, 187
Lagarde's Homeroom, 209
Lagarde, Mrs. Keri, 134, 253
Lagarde, Leesa, 187
Lagraize, Chrissy, 150
Laigast, Claire, 57, 187
Laine, Lucille, 187
Lailhengue, Lucille, 208
Lailhengue, Mary, 208
Laing, Mrs. lo Ann, 135, 253
Laird, Mary Ann, 53, 65, 71, 78, 171
Lajaunie, Angele, 60, 208
Lalor, Laura, 150
Lambert, lani, 208
Lamonte, Vickie, 187
LaNasa, Antonia, 69, 73, 151, 245
Landreaux, Karen, 151
Landreaux, Trudie, 187
Landrum, Cathy, 151
Landrum, Miss Linda, '11, 57, 129, 253
Landrum's Homeroom, 240
Landry, Mrs. Claire, 30, 101, 126, 253
Landry, Elaine, 187
Marquet, Eliska, 79, 210
Landry, Kathleen, 187, 245
Landry, Linda, 61, 111, 171
Landry, Linda, 64, 171
Landry, Lynn, 16, 46, 61, 71, 187
Landry, Peggy, 51, 208
Landry, Rita, 208
Landry, Sylvanie, 208
Yvette, sts, ist
Lane, Mr. lohn, 124
Laneri, Candy, 187
Lange, Paula, 73, 151
Language Arts Department, 22, 23
Lansou, Lisa, 187
Lapeyrouse, Denise, 187, 245
Lapeyrouse, Loralie, '151
Larmeu, lune, 54, 55, 63, 187
LaRocca, Cynthia, 151
LaRocca, Mary, 171, 245
LaRose, Deborah, 171
Larriviere, Kathleen, 57, 208
LaRue, Bob 251, 263
Lataxes, Melanie, 208
Latil, Laurie, 208
Latino, Marie, 171
Lauga, Peggy, 46, 53, 35, 74, 171
Lauga, Vikki, 151
Laughlin, Bekie, 188
Laurent, Kim, 188
Laviolette, Lorri, 188
Lawre, Debbie, 53, 73, 171
Lawrence, Kathy, 47, 49, 60, 78, 87, 105, 109,
20, 151, 245, 263
Laws, Mrs. Emma, 134, 253
Lawson, Debbie, '188
Lawson, Patricia, 208
LeBlanc, Diane, 188
LeBlanc, Elaine, 151, 245
LeBlanc, Paula, 171
Lechner, Kathy, 188
Ledet, Ulyssa, 208
LeDoux, Susan, 208
Lee, Melanie, 208
Lee, Mavis, 208
Legendre, Pamela, 49, 53, 63, 65, 171, 263
Leger, Cheryl, 63, 73, 79, 80, 85, 179, '188
Legnon, Karilyn, 151
Lehmann, Claudie, 39, 71, 208
Leidinger, lanet, 208
Leiter, Gladys, 188
Leiter, Mary, 197
Lehrmann, Gwendolyn, 208
Leieune, Cynthia, 63, 208
Lemoine Barbara, 188
Lemoine, Kay, 177'
Lemoine Lydia, 188
McGrath, Rose, 209
McHugh, Peggy, 73, 153
Mc Kay, Mr. Norman, 130, 253
McKeever, Glendalyn, 245
McKelvy, Faye, 153, 245
McKeough, Peggy, 73, 153
McMenamin, lean, 64, 172
Mc Naughtons' Homeroom, 222
Mc Naughton, Miss Susan, 130, 253
Mc Neil, Patricia, 189
Lemoine, Theresa, 188
Leonard, Ann, 208
LeRouge, lerrilee, 63, 79, 208
LeRouge, Renee, 63, 208
Leroux, Helena, 47, 53, 61, 111, 171
Leroux, Raynel, 60, 208
Lestelle, Evelyn, '171
Leto, Brenda, 55, 65, 188, 263
Leto, Rhonda, 61, 64, 73, '171
Letourneau, Carol, 188
Lewis, loyce 112, '188
Lewis, Tonya, 217
Lewis, Yvonne, 171
Lezina, Raynell, 188
Library Club, 47
Licciardi, Mary, 209
Liebert, Donna, '171
Lindheim, Claudia, '151
Lindsey, Carolyn, 188
Lindsey, Gwendolyn, 151
Lindsey, Sharon, 209
Linker, Deanna, 151
Linsmier, Kathy, 13, 151
Liuzza, Peggy, 188
Livaccari, Mary, 151
Lofton, Dodie, 209
Logos, Cheryl, 53, 54, 64, 171
Lohr, Brenda, 152
Lohr, janet, '171
Lohr, Linda, 171
Long, Mr. Sam, 131, 253
Long's Homeroom, 222
Lopez, Alice, 171
Lopez, Bonnie, 209
Lopez, Debra, 188
Lopiccolo, Carol, 188
Lopiccolo, lody, 209
Lottinger, lean, '171
Lottinger, loan, 152
Mr. Louise's Hobby Shop, 252
Louisiana Power and Light, 251
Love, Paula, 171
Lubrano, Gina, 152, 233
Lubrano, Vicki, 46, '188
Luc, Arleen, 55, 64, 73, 171
Lucas, Mary, 152
Luccia, Sandra M., 46, 63, 64, 171
Luenbuhl, Wenonah, 43, 70, 71, 152
Luscy, Debra, 51, 73, 152
Lyons, Peggy, 209
Mc-Call, Patricia, 172
McCalla, Karen, 47, 153
McCalla, Shannon, '172
McClelland, Clara, 209
Mc'Celland, Mrs. Natalie, 127, 253
McCollum, ludy, 188
Mc Coy, Kathryn, 245
Mc-Curley, Lorretta, 172, 245
McDaniel, Patty, 153
McDougall, Debra, 49, 55, 153, 263
Mc-Dougall, Susan, 61, 64, 189
McElroy, Patricia, 209
McGrath, Colleen, 209
McGrath, Ellen, 199, 209
McQuillis, Debbie, 189
McVille, Terry, 58, 59, 153
Madary, Cindy, 171
Madary, Pamela, 188
Madere, Deanna, 209
Magee, Barbara, 53, 64, 73, 171
Magee, Daisy, 152
Magee, Debra, 29, 61, 64, 188
Maggio, leanette, 209
Maher, Brenda, 53, 57, 171
Maher, Karen, 188
Maher, Mary, 210
Mahoney, Patricia, 210
Maldonado, Elaine, 152
Manalla, Rosalind, 188
Mangiaracina, Mary, 46, 210
Manino, lean, 188
Manuel, Katherine, 217
Marcotte, Darlene, 188
Margiotta, Karen, 210
Marinello, Toni, 77, 171
Markey, Denise, 152
Market, Sandra, 210
Martel, Sue, 188
Barbara, 69, 78, 172, 245
Martin, Deborah, 210
Martin, Karen, 152
Martinez, Elena, 163, 188
Martinez, Mimi, 172
Massarini, Rhonda, 210
Masson, Michele, 9, 40, 153
Masson, Michele, 188
Mathematics Department, 16, 17
Mathematics and Equations Club, 55
Matherne, Carla, 172
Maureaux, Betty, 47, 112, 152
Maureaux, Kay, 210
Mayeaux, Susan, 31, 132
Mayc-ur, Rae Ann, 132
Mayeur, Cathy, 210
Mayeux, lean, 210
Mayeux, Linda, 73, 135
Mayeux, Melissa, 75, 77, 172
Mayeux, Ramona, 60, 210
Maytielcl's Homeroom, 2,58
Maytielcl, Mrs. Peggy, 135, 253
Mayhall, Alice, 53, 6.5, 172
Mazza, Cxvenn, 35, 75, 172
Melancon, lanice, 189, 197
Melerint-, Brenda, 64, 37, 172
Melerine, Ellen, 172, 245
Melerine, Marsha, 172
Melerine, Susan, 189
Meliet, Becky, 31, 210
Menge, lennie, 210
Merwin, Barbara, 172
Merwin, Merna, 210
Messa, Catherine 64, 17.5
Messa, Deborah, 210
Messina, Wendy, 177
Methvin, Andrea, 210
Metzler, Lynn, 1.33
Meyers, Darlene, 47, 210
Meyer, laye, 173
Meyer, loan, 189
Meyer, Kathleen, 175
Meyer, Lise, 210
Meyer, Sharon, 189
Meyers, Marilyn, '175
Meyers, Roxanne, 210
Michel, Brenda, 189
Michel, Glenda, 210
Michel, leanne, '173
Michel, Kim, 30, 210
Michon, lanice, 35, 175
Mickles, Nancy, 29, 135
Middleton's Homeroom, 233
Miclclleton, Miss Catherine, 50,1
Migliore, Claire, 189
Miller, Chauyon, 189
Miller, Kerry, 189, 2-15
Miller, Pamela, 153, 235
Mills, Cheryl, 210
Mistrot, Mr. William, 124
Misuraca, Vicki, 43, 189
Mocklin, Karen, 210
Mogel, lanie, 210
Mogel, Linda, 36, 135
Moity, Christina, 175
Molero, Susan, 153
Molinary, loy, '175
Mones, Theresa, 217
Monroe, Cindy, 189
Montalbano, Diane, 50, 210
Montalbano, Melanie, 43, 50, 36, 65, 74, 97,
Montelaro Real Estate, 250
Montc-yerde, Lisa, 63, 189
Montz, Cindy, 75, 135
Montz, Mary Louise, 189
Moon, Mrs. Myrtle, 127
Moore, Betty, 210, 243
Morales, Barbara, 190
Morales, loAnn, 47, 112, 119, 135
Morales, Laurie Ann, 134, 245
Moran, Brenda, 190
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Moran, Miss Cleopatra, 47, 111,119, 128, 253
Moran, Pamela, 173
Morel, Dnise, 65, 210
Morgan, lulie, 65, 79, 190
Morgan, Patricia, 21 1
Morici, Marion, 21 1
Morris, Roybne, 161
Morrison, Crystal, 173
Morrison, Sheila, 54, 190
Morse, lucly, 245
Morton, Terry, 211
Moryant, Robyn, 154
Mosely, Trudy, 211
Moss, Kathy, 47, 52, 58, 63, 102, 1
Mouton, Arlene, 190
Mouton, Mr, Edgar, 54, 127
Mouton, 1oAnn, 211
Mouton, Liz, 190
Mull, Kim, 190
Mullet, Cindy, 154
Mullet, Patricia, 211
Mullins, Pam, 56, 190
Mumphrey, Lori, 211
Munch, Karen, 190
Munch, Melody, '154
Munson, Marlene, 173
Munster, Ianis, 53, 73, 17.5
Munster, Ruth, 190, 245
Mura's Homeroom, 223
Mura, Mrs, Colleen, 16, 131, 253
Murla, Pamela, 211
Murphree, Nancy, 211
Murphy, Kathleen, 217
Music Department, 53
Musmeci, Cheryl, 197
Musmeci, Deorah, 211
Musso, Mrs. lanice, 127
Musso, Sara, 63, 64, '190
Naccari, leanne Marie, 190
Nagle, Flo, 134
Napolitano, Cheryl, 211
Napolitano, Cindy, 173
Napolitano, Linda, 190
Nassar, Elizabeth, 55, 99, 154
Nastasi, Phyllis, 46, 52, 57, 73, 78, '154
Nastasi, Susan, 46, 63, 73, 76, 69, '190
Navedo, Meda, 173
Nayo, Pamela, 173
Navo, Rachel, 17,5
Neilson, Sharesse, 211
Nelson, Beth, 15, 73, 154
Nelson, ludy, 61, 190
Nelson, Norma, 190
Nelson, Wanda, 154
Nettles, Darlene, 154, 233
Newchurch, Miss Linda, 27, 12
Ney, lan, 53, 64, 173
Ney, Nancy, 211
Neyrey, Ki, 134
Newchurch's Homeroom, 232
Nichols, Sharon, 73, 154
Nicholson, Carol, 65, 190, 252
Nirk, Pam, 173
Nobile's Homeroom, 212
Nobile, Mrs. Carrie, 134, 253
Noel, Dawn, 190
Noel, Vicki, 211
Noonan, Maureen, 56, 79, 21 1
Norsvvorthy's Homeroom, 2.55
Norsworthy, Mrs. Susie, 63, 77,
Nox, Theresa, 190
Nuccio, Mary, 212
Nunez's Homeroom, 229
Nunez, Mrs. Carol, 54, 135, 233
Nunez, Debbie, 190, 245
Nunez, Pamela, 190
Nye, Charmaine, 134, 245
Nye, Kathy, 17.5
Nye, Nancy, '190
Oalmann, Gayle, '190
Oalmann, Linda, 154
Oalmarin, Sharon, 154
O'Brien, Cathy, 190, 189
O'Connor, Pam 51, 212
Oddo, Donna, 116, 173
Odinet, lerri, 56, 61, 190
Officials Club, 47
O'Flarity, Kim, 65, 173
O'Flynn, Debbie, 64, 65, 70, 71, 155
O'Neal, Sandra, 173
O'NeilI, Pamela, 212
Orillion, Deborah, 212
Orlando, Iosephine, 21D
Orlopp, lean, 61, 120, 190
O'Rourke, Patricia, 177
Orta, Lillian, 190
Ortego, Rose, 177
Ory, Debbie, 61, 112, 120, '173
Ory, Kathy, W, '155
Osbourn, Arlene, 173
Oscar's jewelry, 252
Oser, Maureen, 212
Otillio, Pamela, 173
Pabloyich, Ellen, 71, 190
Pinion, Debra, 64, 74, 174
Pipes, Barbara, 57, 64, 156
Pippins, janet, 63, 174
Pizzuto, Anna, 192
Plaisance, Wanda, 212
Planchard, lodie, 192
Plauche, Paula, 73, 156
Plauche, Cheryl, 192
Poche, Mary Ann, 65, 192
Polit, Lisa, 212
Polk, Karen, 25, 47, 60, 78, 96, 110,
Polo, Christy, 156
Polo, Deborah, 156
Pon's Homeroom, 224
Ponseti, Denise, '156
Ponseti, Karen, 192, 252
Ponseti, Kathy, 192
Ponseti's Shoes, 252
Ponthier, jackie, 212
Louise, 156, 233
Pace, Sheba, 63, 212
Padilla, Debra, 190
Pagona, Mrs. Alma, 127, 253
Pajares, Avis, 190, 245
Pajares, Ramona, 217
Pajares, Sheila, 173
Palazzolo, Susan, 155
Palermo, Marie, 191
Palmeri, Sandra, 191
Palmisano, Donna, 56, 191
Palmisano, Karen, 155, 245
Palmisano, Kim 56, 191
Pontiff, Nancy, 212
Pope, Ruby, 192
Poplin's Homeroom, 247
Poplin, Mrs. Brenda, 99, 134, 253
Porche, Delia, 43, 71, 174
Porche, ludy, 192
Portie, Kim, 192
Powder Puff, 108, 109
119, 120, 157
Reaney, Suzanne, 213
Red Cross Cqb 57
Reed, Sandra, 157
Reeson, Barbara, 157
Reilly, loann, 9, 73, 93, 157
Reilly, Scarlet, 174
Retif, Kim, 213
Reuther, Cheryl, 213
Reynolds, Melissa, 65, 213
Ricard, Brenda, 157
Ricard, Lorrie, 192
Richard, Jeanne, 61, '192
Richardson's Homeroom, 241
Richardson, Miss Dora, 130, 253
Rickerson, Theresa, 157, 245
Rider, Debbie, 78, 137, 157
Riedl, Peggy, 79, 192, 245
Ring, Day, 36, 37
Reiffel, loette, 192
Rigby, Kim, 53, 71, 78, 88, 117, 174
Riley, Eileen, 213
Ripoll, Lisa, 213
Piser, Patricia, 64, 65, 192
Rivers, Linda, 51, 213, 245
Rizzuto, Cheryl, 175
Powell, Dianne, 47, 60, 110, 112, 113, 116,
Powers, Cindy, 192
Prados, Sharon, 60, 212
Palozzola, judy, 181, 191
Papania, Carol, '155, 233
Papania, joel, 21
Pardo, Lisa, 173, 245
Parent, Beth, 173
Pareti, Kim, 191
Park, Pamela, 155, 245
Parker, Janis, 173
Parker, Lu, 212
Pascarelli, loAnn, 191
Pearce, Ellen, 46, 52, 60, 103, 119, 155
Pearce, Sue, 46, 47, 61, 120, 191
Pechon, Laure, 212
Peel, Debbie, '155
Peel, Rebecca, 212
Pelitere, Diane, 65, 70, 71, 155
Pepper, Fran Lee, 60, 155
Kathleen, 53, 56, 69, 73, 174, 245
Marleen, 73, 78
Rizzuto, Loretta, 192
Rizzuto, Marianne, 157, 245
Rizzuto, Vicki, 213
Robert, aureen, 213
Roberts, Cynthia, 157
Roberts, Debogah, 192, 245
Roberts' Homeroom, 236
Roberts, Mr. Ken, 78, 131, 253
Roberts, Rhonda, 192
Roberts, Sharon, 192
Prine, Debbie, 51, 156
Prinz, Donna, 212, 245
Priola, Tina, 212
Protti, Denise, 60, 212
ano, Angela, 51, 212
ano, Ethel, 51, 156
Provetere, lulie, 91, 174
Provetere, Peggy, 156
Proveter, Susan, 212
Puglia, Marianna, 177
Puglia, Phyllis, 52, 156
Puissegur, Hilda, '192
Puissegur, judy, 29, 156, 245
Pereira, Sharon, 25, 155
Perez, Dawn, 212
Perez, Frances Marie, 29, 46, 155
Perez, Mary Catherine, 57, 64, '173
Perez, Sabrina, '155
Perez, Theresa, 191
Perkins, Peggy, '191
Perniciaro, Cheryl, 64, 174
Perniciaro, Mr. Leon, 105, 124
Perret, Deborah, 174
Perniciaro, Elaine, 155
Petersen, Dolores, 191
Peterson, Diane, 155
Peterson, Elizabeth, 161
Pullen, Vicki, 156
Quakenbush, Lore, 212
Quartararo, Toni, 60, 70, 71, 156
Quates, lanette, 65, 192
Quick, Kathy, 29, 156
Quin, Lisa, 54, 192
Rabalais, Diane, 212, 245
Rabalais, Glenda, 174
Rabalais, Phyllis, 174
Rabalais, Renee, 78, 90, 212
Raby, Christyn, 51, 53, 174
Rachuba, Debbie, '174
Peterson, Kathleen, 191
Peterson, Sharon, 191
Petit, Christine, 73, 155
Petit, Lynne, 88, 191
Petty, lack, 263
Peuler, Gail, 191
Pfister, Meldoy, 212
Ragas, Ianice, 212
Ragas, MaryLynn, 192
Raimer, MaryAnn, 157
Ramirez, Pamela, 157, 245
Ramirez, Wanda, 177, 245
Randazzo, Lydia, 54, 172, 174
Randazzo, Susan, 54, 192, 263
Physical Education Department, 26, 27
Pichon, Susie, 192, 245
Pilet, loyce, 192
Pilet, Kathi, 212
Randazzo, Susan, 212
Randazzo, Karen, 64, 192
Rando, Monica, 212
Raymond, Sallye, 13, 47,60, 83, 112,116, 118,
Robichaux, Edna, 53, 175
Ribichaux, june, 54, 213
Robicheaux, Denise, '157
Robicheaux, Karen, 60, 213
Robin, Belinda, 213
Robin, Cynthia, 213, 245
Robinson, Hattie, 213
Robinson, Kathleen, 213
Roy's Homeroom, 220
Robinson, Miss Gloria, 130, 253
Robson, Teresa, 177
Rodriguez, BarBara, 192
Roesch, Cheryl, 193
Rogacki, Kathryn, 214
Roger, Brenda, 46, 124
Roger, Cynthia, 175
Rogers, Kathy 157
Rogerson, Charlotte, 193
Rohde, Gayle, 175
Rohrbacker, Rhonda, 193
Rohrbacker, Brenda, 161
Rome, Adrienne, 157
Rome, Patricia, 49, 57, 64, 214, 263
Romero, Dana, 214
Roniger, Sissy, '157, 245
Roos, Kerianne, 214
Roper, lane, 61, 193
Rosales, Cinta, 157
Rosch, Donna, 175
Rose, Alison, 214
Ross, Dona, 193
Rost, Deborah, 214
Rost, Kathy, '193
Rost, Tina, '193
Rousse, Charlotte, 175
Rousse, Cherie, 214
Roussell, Bettie, 193
Roy Mrs, Charlene, 130, 253
Roy, Terrell, 52, 53, 55, 82, 158, 263
Ruano, Terry, 214
Ruddock, Alma, 175
Ruttino, Claudia, 193
Ruffino, Dawn, 214
Ruffino, Mary lo 158, 64, 70, 71
Ruffino, Paula, 193
Ruiz, Claudia, 193
Ruiz, Petrina, 193
Runnels, Claire, 29, 152
Ruppel, Connie, 193
Ruppel, Mrs. Dot, 127
Russell, Cynthia, 175
Ryals, Beverly, 217
Ryan, Suzanne, 63, 214
Sabathe, loAnne, 175
Sahuque, Carol, 175
Salande, Brenda, 175
Salez, Bonnie, 214
Salles, Annette, 214
Salvaggio, Deborah, 63, 73, 79, 193
Salvant, Faith, 64, 65, 193
Sambola, Pamela, 197
Samons, Gail, 158
Sanchez, Pat, 94, 175
Sander, Cheri, 214
Sarver, Kathy, 51, 158
Sass, Peggy Ann, 194
Satter, Cheryl, 175
Satter, Leslie, 214, 263
Satterlee, Adele, 175
Satterlee, Lydia, 117, 175
Saucer, Cynthia, 175
Saucier, Barbett, 214
Saucier, Elizabeth, 53, 94, 175
Schulz, Myra, 176
Schuth, Christine, 73, 194
Science Club, 54
Science Department, 24, 25
Sciortino, Deborah, 194
Sciortino, Donna, 194
Sciortino, Reba, 215
Scorsone, losie, 176
scott, Kathy, im, 53
Scott's Homeroom, 237
Scott, Mrs. Rose, 100, 120, 128, 253
Scramuzza, Robin, 194
Scramuzza, Terrie, 194, 189
Scurich, Patti, '158
Seeling, Karen, '158
Segreto, Susan, 63, 194
Sehlinger, Carol, 176
Seibert, Charlene, 158, 245
Senior Play, 96, 97
Senior Prom, 98, 99
Sensebe, Michele, 215
Sentilles, Karen, 158
Sentilles, Susan, 215
Serpas, Claudia, 60, 158
Mrs. Bridget, 127, 235
Solis, Kathy, 50, 61, 194
Solis, Linda, 215
Sophomore Dance, 44
Soroe, Marian, 52, 73, 102, 103, 159, 245
Soroe, Susan, 63, 215
Spears, Robin, 217
Sperber, Angie, 177
r, Karen, 73, 177
Sperry, Colleen, 52, 99, 159
Spirit Boosters Club, 43, 50
Spicuzza, Iudy, 61, 71, 111, 177
Spring Fever Day, 91
Springer, Wanda, 216
Sprouse, Sunny, 177
Statts, joy, 161
Staats, Suzanne, 194
Stahl, Ruth, 194
St. Amant, Stephanie, 177
Stanley, Denise, 194
St. Clair, Cathy, 194
Steger, Debra, 216
Donna, 73, 195
Serpas, Gaynell, 194
Serpas, lanell, 194
Serpas, Mary, 176
Servay, Leslie, 63, '194
Shanks, Laurel, 217
Sharp, Wanda, 194
Sharpe, Madonna, 215
Shaw, Rita, 215
Sherlock, Sharon, 176
Sherrill, Mr. Edgar, 9, 134, 253
Shields, Penny, 63, 158, 233
Shirley's Fabrics, 249
Sauro, 1udy, 161
Sawyer, Lois, 214
Scaglione, Lonnie, 211, 214, 245
Scallan, Shelly, 214
Scarborough, Irene, 214
Scarmuzza, lanice, 194
Schaubhut, Connie, 64, 65, '194
Scheaffer, Denise, 175, 71
Schenck, Marcia, 175
Scherer, Debra, 175
Scheuermann, Pamela, 57, 214
Schick, Doris, 194
Schick, Thais, 175
Schiel, Sharon, 60, 214
Schifferstein, Mrs. Yvonne, 248, 263
Schiro, Rosalyn, 214, 263
Schlesinger, Cheryl, 214, 205
Schloegel, Patti, 214
Schlorff, George, 253
Shumaker's Homeroom, 231
Shumaker, Mrs. Virginia, 51, 129, 253
Siegfried, Cynthia, 73, 158
Siener, Heidi, 217
Signorino, Elaine, 78, 176
Sigur, Ellen, 158
Sigur, janet, 215
Silcio, Thersa, 217
Siler, Lorna, 194
Siles, Donna, 158
Simmons, Jacqueline, 194
Sinnott, Myra, 194
Sirgo, Sheliah, 215
Sisk, lerri, 215
Six, Karen, 194
Sizemore, Francis, 51, 57, 194, 245
Sizemore, Martha, 51, 217
Skelly, Susan, 158
Skinner, Sandy, 176
Schluter, Regina, 65, 194
Schmidt, Mr. George, 124
Schmidt, Sharon, 51, 54, 79, 214
Schmit, Debra 53, 175, 218
Schmitt, Elizabeth, 214
Schneider, Doris, 194
Schneider, ludy, 214
Schneider, Nancy, 175
Schneider, Peggy, 175
Schott, Susan, 175
Schroeder's Homeroom, 239
Schroeder, Miss Deobrah, 49,
Schroeder, Rebecca, 73, 158
Schubert, Lynn, 175
Schubert, Sandra, 63, 214
Schule, Kathy, 73, 175, 245
Schuler, Cheryl, 175
Schuler, lean, 214
Schulz, Leana, 175
Schulz, Luann, 175
134, 253, 263
Sloan, Debra, 215
Smith, Arlene, 159
Smith's Homeroom, 242
Smith, Mrs. Carmen, 130, 253
Smith, Darlene, 63, 79, 185, 194
Smith, Deborah, 215
Smith, Gloria, 46, 215
Smith, Heather, 54, 176
Smith, Mr. Henry, 63, 132, 133, 166, 253
Smith, jessica, 176
Smith, Laurel, 215
Smith, Lea, 53, 73, 176
Smith, Lynn, 176, 245
Smith, Marquerite, 194
Marvene, 46, 51, 176
Smith's Shorthand ll, 236
Smith, Sharon, 68, 79, 159, 245
Smith, Susan, 215
Social Studies Department, 14, 15
Stephens, Debra, 195
Stephens, Patty, 195
Stephenson, Sharon, 61, 112, 12
Stevens, Wanda, 74, 77
St. Germain, Donna, 159
St. Germain, Pam, 194
Stiebing, Kim, 195
Stillwall, Norma, 216
Stoll's Homeroom, 240
Stoll, Miss Carol, 130, 253, 263
Stoll, Pamela, 195
Stogner, Sue, 177
Stohlman, Susan, 159, 245
Stone, Claudette, 159
St. Pe, Gayle, 216
St. Pe, Gwen, 194
Strausser, Ruth, 216
Striker, Melody, 195
St. Romain, 2, 52, 58, 65, 73, 78, 82,102, 117
136, 137, 159
Student Council, 78, 79
Suburban Fashions, 247
Suprean, Connie, 55, 61, 65, 115, 195, 263
Swan, jean, 195
Swan, Vicki, 216
Sylvera, Vicki, 189, 195
Talent Show, 90
Tamor, Carolyn, 177
Tapper, Marilyn, 159
Taranto, 1oAnn, '195
Tardo, Roberta, 217
Tassara, Deborah, 177
Tassin, Melanie, 216
Tassin, Penelope, 57, 216
Taylor, Theresa, 216
Teano, Denise, 195
Teano, Sherryl, '177
Tedesco, Gail, 174, 177
Terminie, Debbie, 177
Teoulet, Mary Ann, 216
Theriot, Connie, 216
Theriot, Darlene, 64, 195
Theriot, Iudy, 216
Thiel, lan, 56, 61, 63, 18, 73, 195
Thomas, Patty, 46, 216
Thonn, Ann, 177
Thorton, Cynthia, 177
Thriffiley, Gwendolyn, 177
Thurman, Dian, 195
Tillery, Mr. Allen, 124
Timberlake, Karen, 216
Timberlake, Wanda, 159
Timmons, Patty, 216
Tims, Glenda, 177
Tims, Susan, 159, 233
Tines, Linda, 196
Tinney, Laurie, 216
Tisdale's Homeroom, 234
Tisdale, Charlotte, Mrs. 53, 135, 253
Tobin, Terry, 196
Toepfer, Arlene, 196
Toepfer, Kathleen, 177
Tonglet, Helen, 177
Tonglet, Monica, 216
Torres, Karen, 177
Torres, Mr. Robert L., 124
Tortorich, Mary, 55, 196
Trahant, Hope, 196
Traina, janet, 64, 196
Traguoq, Terri, 63, 216
Treitler, joan, 46, 50, 65, 196
Trimble, Betsy, 177
Trocchiano, Donna, 58, 63, 64, 78, 79, 81, 96,
Troxclair, Pamela, 73, 196
Trumbaturi's Homeroom, 222
Trumbatrui, Mrs. BarBara, 130, 233, 253
Toups, Paula, 161
Turnage, Scarlet, 159
Turner, Cathy, 55, 65, 115, 196
Turner, Lana, 196
Tusa, Denise, 196
Twilbeck, Darlene, 159
Twilbeck, Susan, 216
Tyner, Katherine, 196
Tyler, Kaye, 159
Tyrone, Angela, 216, 245
Uberschlag, Wilhelmina, 177
Ullrich's Homeroom, 239
Ullrich, Miss Patricia, 65, 130, 253
Unbehagen, Tina, 216
Usner, Charmaine, 196
Vaccaro, janie, 216
Vallery, Diane, 159
Vairin, Denise, 177
Vallery, Suzzanne, 196, 245
Valois, Pearl, 196
Vamprime, Cindy, 57, 64, 160
Van Norden, judith, 216
Varnado, Pat, 160
Vasquez, Faye, 216
Vaughn, Cynthia, 216
Vaughan, Leslie, 60, 63, 87, 216
Vaughan, Terri, 52, 70, 71, 160
Vaughn, Pamela, 196
Vega, Mary, 160, 16
Verbeek, Barbara, 160
Vetter, Patricia, 65, 177
Vicknair, janet, 177
Vicknair, Phyllis, 196
Victoriana, Diane, 196
Vinot, Vada, I96
Vinson, Terry, 196
Vinterella, Deborah, 177
Virgen, Socorro, 196
Vitrano, Nancy, 196
Viviano, Emelcla, 196
Volante, jeannette, 116, 196, 245
Volleyball Teams, 110, 111
Von Behren, Beth, 53, 55, 73, 160
Von Behren, Lynn, 73, 196
Vucich, Lana, 63, 80, 160, 233, 250
Vucinovich, jo-Lynn, 112, 179, 183, 196
Wagner, Cathy, 160
Wagner, Trudy, 196, 79
Waguespack, Mary, 216
Wahl, Darlen, 177
Walch, Mary, 177
Walk, Geraldine, 216
Walker, Kathleen, 216
Walker, Kathy j., 177
Walker, Mrs. Mary, 100, 101, 120, 128, 253
Wallace, Deborah, 49, 53, 55, 177, 263
Wallace, Sandra, 245
Wallace, Mary, 216
Wallace, Vinsetta, 177
Waller, Lindy, 65, 197
Walsdorf, Michele, 197
Walters, Cathy, 217
Walter, Miss Dianne, 87, 92, 128, 253, 263
Walthers, janet, 197
Warren, Betty, 2, 46, 47, 60, 83, 112, 119, 120,
Warren, Debbie, 46, 47, 61, 110, 196
Warren, Linda, 57, 177, 245
Watkins, Marie, 217
Weaver, Dooney, 248, 263
Webb, janice, 217
Weber, Pam, 160
Weese, Margaret, 161, 245
Whemeyer, Diana, 217
Wehmeyer, Nancy, 177
Wherlin, Carolyn, 217
Weidenhaft, Mrs. Anna, 126, 133, 253
Weiskopf, jan, 217
Wendling, Beth, 71, 177
West, Billye, 193, 197, 245
Westfield, Cheryl, 46, 217
White, Terry, 177, 245
Whitfield, Linda, 217
Wieczor, Karen, 47, 160
Wiemers, jo, 177
Wightkin, Margaret, 177
Wild, Phyllis, 70, 71, 78, 177
Willard, Pauline, 177
Willheit, Sharon, 177
Willhoft, Sheri, 64, 197
Willhoft, Terry, 217
Williams, Lynda, 160
Williams, Lynn, 177
Williams, Margie, 58, 59, 160
Mars. Patty, 135, 253
Willis, Vickie, 160
Willoz, Merlene Prechter, 22, 160, 233
Wiltenmuth, Donna, 41, 160
Winter, Gloria, 197
Wise, Cynthia, 217
Wise, Ellen, 177
Wolfe, Annette, 217
Wolfe, Deborah, 217
Wolfe, Debby, 160
Wollfarth, Cissy, 161
Worsham, Deborah, 61, 112, 177
Wright's Fabrics, 249
Wuest, Becky, 197
Wuest, Gretchen, 53, 177, 245
Kim, 51, 217
Young, Marilyn, 57, 197
Youngblood, Frances, 61, 73, 197
Youth For Christ Club, 51, 246
Youth Safety Club, 56
Zammit, Pamela, 217
Zeairs, Laurie, 217
Zeller, Denise, 177
Zeller, Diann, 177
Zeller, Gwen, 46, 57, 197
Zeller, judith Ann, 46, 57, 73, 161
Zeller, Sally, 79, 217
Zimmermann, Miss Betty, 31, 50, 100
Zoulek, Debra, 217
Zuppardo, Pamela, 217
Zvvicke, Cheryl, 52, 161, 233
Zwicke, Trudy, 53, 57, 64, 73, 177
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1972-a profitable year . .
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