Archbishop Murray Memorial High School - Verbum (Maplewood, MN)
- Class of 1970
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Table of Contents
Girls .A....AA.......,...,. 2
We Enjoy ..... ...... 1 0
We Search ,... A.,... 4 8
We loin ......... ...... 6 8
We Are ....,......,.... 102
We Buy ,............,,. 138
We Lived '69-'70 .A.,.... 148
Appendix .,...A,,....,. 151
Index .,...A...,........ 156
Archbishop Murray Memorial High School
St. Paul, Minn esota
tal Pat Foley, is that devious
smile because someone
caught you with their cam-
era first? tbl Mrs. McGinley
- l don't see that camera.
lcl Pat Courtney - What
do I do with this? You mean
l'm supposed to paint a
picture? Cdl Mary lane
Leach - for me? - my own
Volkswagen car cake with a
candle. You can't really
expect me to eat it? But the
poor thing's defenseless.
Cel Penny Winkler - a little
daydreaming never hurt
anyone. Great things have
been invented this way! ffl
Mrs. Hacker, don't tell me
that we've finally shocked
you. Maybe you exposed us
too much. lgl Mary jo
Shields - You honestly
want my opinion? You're
Where do the days take me? Around your smile, inside your sadness We girls need
each other. And we know it well.
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Kal Maureen McGuire - concerned and caring about her little friend. tbl Betty Lutz - Calvinism-smalvinism! icl
Nancy Brown - attentive. idl Louise Fratto - cracking up! Kel jackie Nadeau - You're supposed to pay. ffl Pat
Keller - listening - but to who?
Cal seniors tbl Nancy Westlund and Mr. Delaney
ici joAnn Kaase and Mary jungvvirth.
tdl Diane Elmquist and Nancy Passafaro Cel Santa, Lois Wiblishau-
ser, Rene Schmidt ffl Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Smith, S.
Rosemary tgb Mary O'NeiII, Jean Berglund thi Pat Albertson, Kate
Esty, Maureen McGuire. h
Who am I when I m not alone? A part of the people I'm with? A piece of someone s
lal Frosh relax during fourth hour.
lbl Cathy Horwath leads a discus-
sion during freshmen retreats. lcd
Cold and frustrated seniors try
kite flying. Cdl Mr. A watches over
a lunch party.
fel ls this a social problems class or
the reason for it? ffl They think
they're a Halloween Pumpkin
Band. Shh - don't tell them the
truth. lgl Some famous couples.
lhj Dee Dee Liesenfeld.
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tal Starting the Sdaylin usual
lfashiony Suel Thompson :gets
the school bus. tlJl,Cur
first earlyimorning friends is,
our loiker. tdl Hall yvallkslare
one of the best ways to cate
up on overnight gossip an
just before first hour is the
best time to do it. tdl Classes
are the major part of our day,
but sometimes we'd like to
pretend they're' not elven
there. teltThe library is a
good placeto study, because
thefatmosphere ,ist usually
quieter than a study hall. ifl
Getting a shot is a su neway to
wreck a day and the day sud!
forrumany students as they
lined up. ,
Where does the day take me? With you on the bus, to classes, through
fourth hour and, still with you, back again to the outside world.
tgl We all know about fourth hour. That's when we eat. Cafeteria lines have
given way to vending machines and separate lunch tables gave way to long
ones running the width of the lunchroom. We have mod scheduling during
fourth hour during which we attend club meetings or sit and fool around with
our friends. Mrs. Cronje, our nurse, is also available during this time for any
consultation we need on medical matters. During homecoming tkl Kurt Wach-
tler and three other Hill seniors use the fourth hour to have a pep rally to sell
Homecoming buttons. Hill is another essential part of Murray girl day. ihl After
lunch we're back into the swing of classes. There's always a need for teamwork
as girls in history and til shorthand discover. til One of the most influential
parts of our day is our teachers. Getting together to chat in the hall are Mrs.
Hacker and Mrs. Odean. A full day? Yes. A hard day? No. A good day to live
and grow in.
Hey, Mr. Asenbrenner. Mr. Who? Mr. Asen-
brenner. Whofs he? Our principal. He's new
... When I first saw that yellow thing in the
front entrance, I didn't know what it was, now I
do. I can't quite explain it - but, I DO know
... It's kind of like computer dating - Eating
out of the vending machines that is. Everything
you like wrapped up in one little package . .. it
may not be a Paris original or nothing, but the
new dress code kind of makes me feel free.
And warmer! ... My name pin sure comes in
handy. Get a ripped pocket and with iust a flick
of the wrist, it's all pinned up ... Here Enrich-
ment Day rolled around, I didn't know it, and
so I didn't even know I was being enriched ...
Do you think, maybe, If I fold this piece of
paper and look real innocent I can get by the
hall monitor? If not? Run! Real fast
Well, I forgot my eyeliner and I was just hysteri-
cal because the Hill boys were coming for joint
choir, but ofcourse, whatever YOU'RE lacking
-the bookstore isn't There's only one
thing I like about auditorium study - it's closer
to the Infirmary ... Who said we are getting
our yearbooks in August? I did ... You got sent
to the Student Director? Who's he? ... With all
these new things going on I almost forget I am
in school - Well, almost.
tal AMM's "machine lady" tMrs. Olsonl doubles as a ma-
chine-stacker and change lady. tbl Naughty Pat Keller -
You've got detention! Let's get those boards good and
clean. ici The school day doesn't end at 3:30 for Vicky Gus-
inda who stays to work off tuition. ldl Those wearing red
name pins - you know they're sophomores. tel Lights,
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tal A drug symposium, airline stew-
ardesses in the auditorium, an all-
school mass wih Father Osmund,
speakers on many different subjects
.,. Enrichment Days offer a wide
diversity of experiences in '69-70.
tbl Pollution. Can you sit by and
watch? The kids sponsoring the Sci-
ence Fair don't think you should.
Get out and fight it! lcl Sure, the
Vulcans surprised all of us, but Mrs.
Malley, you're usually ready for
everything! Cdl The new dress code
went fine for a while until some
people took advantage of it. "But
Sister, stripes make a sweater warm-
er." Kel As a fulltime guidance
counselor, Mrs. Ducharme hears all
types of problems from "where
should I go to school?" to "I just
can't get my homework done."
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tal Giving us her view on what is required of good newscasting, Sherry Naugh-
ton talks before an interested group of girls in the auditorium on our very first
venture into enrichment days. tbl After a trip to the west bank with students
from the U. of M., homeroom alternates expressed their "pent-up" feelings in
different artistic forms. tcl Taking up permanent residence in the St. Paul Arts
and Science Center, "Mr, Armadillo" proves to be a rather interesting display.
Enrichment Days expand the classroom
Enrichment - being improved through out-
side activities meeting Betty Crocker
Mass at St. lohn's University Touring St.
Ben's ... Was Ondine a person or a fish? ...
lt's the Temple of Aaron but they still worship
God We savv julius Caesar at the Guthrie
,.. For a change we got enriched at school ...
Sherri Naughton in person! Spending the
day learning about careers. Great planning,
Guidance Department! Getting an insight
on the plight of Biafra ... Bonjour Tristesse ...
The science department planned the Drug
Symposium. It was high time we had one
another great film in the afternoon ... Going
to see The Tempest ... Or getting more sam-
ples from Betty Crocker . , . Who invented en-
richment days anyway? It's an adventurous way
of learning without being in class.
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tal An interesting fact of the lewish religion is the Torah, a
book containing the first Chapters of the Bible. These are
on display at the Temple of Aaron. tb! A vital part of each
enrichment day is the Mass. Beginning the day, all
AMM'ers attend. lc! "Hail, Caesar!" and that they did in a
play put on by the Minnesota Theatre Company depicting
a different "Caesar."
Double cast gives
The Chalk Garden
Practice makes perfect I can't help it if I
keep missing my cue Miss Germann, I
know Laurel is supposed to be a neurotic
young girl - but what does neurotic mean?
... Double casts? - I bet that's to get us to go
twice ... if you ask me, the grandmother was
mean for trying to keep Laurel from her moth-
er ... What's a chalk garden anyway? .,, I felt
sorry for Maitland, they always had him run-
ning ... But I don't know the first thing about
re-upholstering furniture I think it would
be an adventure to have a governess like Mad-
rigal and find out she had been in prison I
wanted to see what Pinkbell looked like ...
Pam you have fifteen minutes left to get those
curtains hung Mike can't find the white
jacket I go on in two minutes and I'm not
ready Well, practice makes about as close
to perfect as you can get.
tal Misundersranding and bitter feelings are shown on the faces
of mother lAnne Marie Gillenl and daughter fRoxanne Peter-
sonl as they discuss the child's future. lbl Used to having her
own way, discipline is a new experience for Laurel lSunny An-
dersonl but her governess ILibby Caseyl is determined not to
give in to her willfulness. lcl Maitland, the man-servant, lMike
Connersl is another person Laurel has wrapped around her little
finger. The disgusting girl is the cause of more than one
lah Realistic scenery for THE CHALK GARDEN is con-
structed by stage crew members Nancy Brown, Su
Bang, Pat Elm and lan Donlin. tbl Governess Reenie
Twohy receives a taste of the spoiled pupil her first
day on the job. lcl An applicant forthe position of
governess is received by the unstable manservant,
Maitland ljirn Biagil, who eventually crumbles un-
derthe household strains.
Hill crowns Nancy b
But Mom, I don't want Dad to buy my corsage
Why can't football players go? That's not
fair I., We ate at the Venetian ... We ate at
McDonald's Are you having your hair
done? ... Do I have to get him a carnation?
He's allergic to flowers Cretin won the
game by a mere trick of fate , ,. I never sawthis
band before. They're great! Hey, how
come we couldn't go to the pep fest? ,.. It's
about time homecoming queen came from
Murray! Tom, do you have to wear your
letterman jacket to the dance? It clashes
with my dress . . . Don't wait up, Dad. We'll be
home late anyway Did you save your
menu? No, I got the silverware But
what does the dance have to do with football?
by Mary Chris Legato
tal Resting during half-time, Kurt Wachtler takes a
needed drink of water before returning to the field
in pursuit of victory. fbi Though victory wasn't
theirs, Hill played one of its most challenging games.
ici In a display of good taste, Hill chose AMM senior
Nancy Westlund to reign over the homecoming fes-
tivities. tdl Turning out by the hundreds, Murray
and Hill students show enthusiastic support for the
team. Cpictures courtesy of Hill High Schooli
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xx Ial "We're number one" and everybody's going to
know about it is the motto that AMM cheerlead-
ers, Candy Ryan and Kathy Grochowski, have as
they post signs all over the wall. tbl 'B' squad
proves to everybody that they have just as much if
not more pep than 'A' squad cheerleaders, Icl
With a loud cheer and a swoosh of a flag, flagtwir-
lers get us ready to cheer at future games. fdl Hey,
there's some boys in school. Where? Over there,
in the auditorium and I think they're football play-
ers. Wow! That's who's playing the homecoming
game? Yep and they're going to win too.
We're number one,
1970's victory cheer
Give me an H, an I, an L, another L - What
does it spell? I.. Boys! ... Do we have to know
how to skate to be a cheerleader? ... No, but it
helps .., What I want to know is how come the
flagtwirlers always run off the field so fast a..
Lean to the left, lean to the right, stand up, sit
down, fight, fight, fight I always step on
someone's foot during that cheer . ., If hockey
cheerleaders have to know how to skate does
that mean wrestling cheerleaders have to know
how to wrestle? ... just because I'm a 'B' squad
cheerleader doesn't mean I can't yell as loud as
you ,.. Stand up for the school song ,,, Fight
on you rough and ready Pioneers .. . Victory,
victory, that's our cry .,. When you cheer at a
basketball game you have to jump extra special
high so you can be seen above the players .H
We're number one!
Eager seniors visit
New York, Virginia
"l'm leaving on a jet plane" ,., And that's the
way all of us ninety seniors left, for seven days
... The rest of the class seeing us off ... Our
first stop - Virginia. Oh, the three hour bus
ride ... 7 a.m. Time to get up! ... Walking
through Williamsburg lt was sure funny
driving to McDonald's in a bus .M Washington
D.C. - spending the day exploring the Smith-
sonian Institution ... 898 steps up Washing-
ton's Monument and down again! I have to
Soak my feet ... The Liberty Bell ... Trying to
find Tiffany's and Saks ... Get up! Aren't you
going to watch the Macy's parade? .., Back
home - who won the Great Race? ... Hello
Dolly , . . Goodbye Mr. Chips.
by Bernie Och
tal For principals who find a curfew hard to make, seniors find
the Williamsburg stocks useful. tbl Getting mailed there seems
the best way to get to New York for jackie Cull. lcl The Gover-
nor's Mansion in Williamsburg makes a good backdrop.
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Cdl "Fly the friendly skies of United " tdl The senior class turned out at the
Minneapolis-St. Paul international Airport to see the travelers off. The girls'
main stops were Washington and New York. ffl A solemn group viewed the grave
of President john F. Kennedy at Arlington Cemetery.
igl A Virginia telephone
and a bright idea - call
Mary lane Leach at the
Mystics dance and find
out how everything is
going. But not even the
best plans always work.
They didn't know the
dance was as jammed as
they were, thl And one
bright, sunny day they
went sightseeing and saw
historical Washington -
everything from the rais-
ing of the flag at Iwo limo
to the Hospitality House.
til Reviewing the day's
activities, Cindy Gentile
and Kathy Gates examine
the souvenirs they
"picked up" on their New
York shopping spree.
Work is only part of
Chicago activities for
Verbum, Miter Staffs
Somehow cold turkey on pumpkin bread
doesn't make up for Mom's Thanksgiving din-
ner ... 10 senior journalists move into Chicago
by train and 9 others by plane from New York
... Lectures take up very few hours of our four
days ...The Prudential Building occupied by
night visitors ... Girls on fire escapes blinding
each other with flash bulbs .., Bathtubs filled
with ice, make-shift refrigerators to save the
expense of buying meals ... Do you mean to
tell me Oliver Towne is right down the hall? ...
"This is the hotel operator. The time is 5:30 and
the temperature is ten below - dress warm" -
"Who were you talking to, Connie?" ... How
many times do they usually go to Mass on Sun-
day in Chicago? Olde Town has a restaur-
ant called The Pickle Barrel ... November 27-
30 NSPA convention AMMers VS the
Kai Exhausted after four days in Chicago for the NSPA con-
vention, Diane Fitzgerald and Mary lo Rensch fortify them-
selves while waiting forthe train. Kathy Meyer tries to de-
cide whether or not she should go in search of the mysteri-
ous pizza stand. tbl Determined not to share her train seat
with anyone or anything, Kathy Meyer hoists her suitcase
onto the luggage rack. tcl During her free time Mary lo
Rensch looks through someone's billfold picture
Teachers celebrate, eat in Roman atmosphere
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Roam in Italy The faculty certainly would
have liked to ... But they had to settle for just
one night Lasagna Chicken Sister
Marie's batter bread salad Punch
served in front ofthe auditorium ... The facul-
ty was extremely happy with the dinner wine
... Imagine the girls in General Home Eco-
nomics preparing the entire dinner! ... Green
Gondolas with candles in them as center pieces
Ioy balls hanging from the light fixtures?
.,. Hostesses in formals ... Eating with the
staff ... Entertainment provided by the Three
Sharps and a Flat . .. Mr. Odean with a goatee?
... A maxi skirt on Mrs. Hacker ,.. Everyone
out for a good time Forgetting about
school for one night Then dessert It's
over too soon ... After all, how often does one
get to go to Italy.
lah Mrs. Asenbrenner and Mother Rose Alice find the
Christmas dinner a good time to get better acquainted. lbj
Lingering over dessert, teachers listen to a little "gossip"
CCI Relaxing after an excellent dinner, Mr. Hacker empha-
sizes his point with a few precise hand motions. tdl Prepar-
ing individuals trays of hors d'oeuvres for the dinner,
Home Ec students sample a few of the choice "goodies"
Platters filled with cheese, olives, pepperoni and vegeta-
bles loaded the long tables set up in the main hall in an Ital-
lal Looking at the "world of parties" through big brown eyes, Philip
keeps a rather tight hold on the precious gift he received from his
group. tbl Leslie Kearney and Jeffery smile the smiles of happiness as
they enjoy each other's company at the senior Christmas party festiv-
ities. Ccl "Oh boy Santa, l want a doll, a pair of skates, a game, and a
... " ldl "How come food always tastes better away from home? I
wonder if l can get another bag of potato chips or is one the limit?"
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tal "Christmas is for children" and Mary
Fratto makes it a happy one for this little girl.
tbl Sometimes it sure is tough to put up with
big kids. Eileen Colbert's little friend man-
ages though. ICJ "Even though it's not
shown in our faces, we really are having as
much fun as our little buddies."
Seniors try their hand at bringing Yule tide joy
It's Christmas time! ... Time to show our good
fortune and have fun ... A traditional party for
first and second graders from St. Mary's ...
Four ecstatic, excited girls to each one fright-
ened youngster Santa and Mrs. Claus met
the bus outside while the senior class hung out
the lounge windows ... Claim your kid and go
to the cafeteria ... Hot dogs and potato chips
and ice cream "I sure would like to have
pop with my lunch instead of milk!" Pre-
sents A stuffed turtle to sit on Hot
Wheels A nice warm stocking cap
Sweaters... Baby dolls... Mittens... Puzzles
... Books . . . More Hot Wheels . . . "Sue, canl
have a horsey-back-ride to the all-purpose
room?" Singing Carols It's funny how
they resemble angels when singing "Silent
lal But Santa, my list was longer than that! lbl
Christmastime holds extra meaning for the
girls of Vocal Ensemble as they sing a few
Christmas carols. lcl Under new direction, the
combined Hill and Murray bands play a med-
ley of marches. ldl Awaiting the next song,
Mr. Anderson contemplates the upcoming
Christmas holiday. lel Giving a cheery wel-
come to visitors, Santa is posted on one of the
many classroom doors. lfl The eyes of all look
upon Mr. Anderson for the next verse. lgl
Leading Concert Choir in "Susanni", Reenie
Twohy sings the solo, lhl "Did the whole
Freshmen class join Chorus, or just what's
pulling off?" lil Mr. and Mrs. Santa strike a
Scrooge s ghosts enliven Christmas program
"We Wish You a Merry Christmas" ... Tiny
Tim in our school? - but then, what is a Christ-
mas Program without Scrooge and Bob
Cratchet? Three ghosts with really weird
make-up - green - but why not? - I've nev-
er seen a ghost before ... Will the real lovable
Scrooge come through? - maybe next time -
the assembly was too short ... lt seems funny
to see so many French students singing that
Latin "Adoramus Te Christe" .,. Let's wrap it
up and give it to each other for Christmas.
What? "The Gift of Love" ... What other song
but "Bringing Home the Christmas Tree" could
a jolly group of villagers dance to? Santa
and Mrs. Claus drop in to hand out a few pre-
Christmas gifts to AMM staff members . .. How
come we never heard the Hill and Murray
band before? They're good! .s. Merry Christ-
mas to all and to all a goodnight.
tal Trying their luck at dime-hunting loan
Hipple and Lauri Hawthorne bite into a
piece of the cake that will designate the
next epiphany queen. tbl The three kings of
the East again visit Murray but in the form of
Pat Furlong, Lupe Rodrigues and Peggy
Arnt. Tcl Carrying out a tradition the wassail
bowl bearers bring the punch down the
aisle and onto the stage for the queen and
her court to sample while watching the
show. Balancing the bowl are Sarah Fida,
Louise Fratto, Kim Freedlund and Sue
Epiphany Party returns minus boar's head
Seniors, cake is being served in the lounge -
and there's one lucky piece with the dime in it
... What's the schedule? - Find Kathy Kamrath,
she planned the whole program M. Kris, which
formal fits best? ... In what order do the kings
go? ... Attendants, please walk slowly - this is
supposed to be solemn ... Here come the elves
and the punch - almost spilling it ... What do
you mean, the mice ate the boar's head?
"Mammy's little babies love shortenin' bread"
... "Sugar in the morning, sugar in the evening"
M. "We ain't got the mortgage for the money
on the cow" T. , Moo, moo, moo, moo, moo . , ,
How can I get this horrible black paint off in
time to catch the bus - l have to work tonight
,. . "Downtown" . . . Flip-jump-split-back-and
turn ... Thus ending another Epiphany party.
lal Senior, Diane Brown, leads a group of freshman retrea-
tants in a discussion on anything and just about everything.
tbl Catching a little "nippy nap" Debbie Zimmerman takes
a break from routine.
Is it the place or the
people that make a
retreat an event?
Is retreat a time to get away from it all, or a time
to learn how to get into it all? ... if Moses
walked today, would he be a long haired
peacemaker or a philosopher on church
commandments? ... Court trial: ls God dead
or alive? T.. Sophomores had a Twilight Re-
treat with the Hill juniors - there's two sides to
every story How can we know our real
friends? ... Can a teacher honestly be a friend
or just someone we admire? .. . Travel with me
to the far wilds for a retreat and here we will
find our seniors at - Buffalo, Minnesota? ...
Father Kelly and Brother Mike can tell some
pretty good jokes if you can keep them up late
enough ... Around the fountain and through
the halls we were "up with people" for three
days and two nights .. . The best part of people
is romping with them, be it on a snowmobile or
in a fountain ... Freshmen found out that se-
niors do care ... Coming up with ideas on how
to spread joy, one of life's little pleasures . ..
joy is having the next day off . . . Retreat is a
time to take a look at ourselves and a stare at
our involvement with others.
Nancy Westlund gets the Frosh point of view as she helps
out at the freshmen retreat.
lal Guitars are an essential part of retreats these days.
lan Tissek warms up in the blue room. tbl Pillows take a
beating at senior retreat after a game of hide 'n seek. tel
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Kai Specializing in brass, the Sir
Raleighs feature a song that in-
volves a lot of this type of instru-
ment. Their technique is to play it
loud and long. lbl Instead of re-
ceiving the traditional corsage,
each girl attending the Sweetheart
Dance was given one long-
stemmed rose by her favorite
beau. Seated around candlelit
tables under soft red lights Mary
Schwietz and her boyfriend listen
to the music of the Perspectives.
ici With the large crowds that
were drawn to the dances, more
room was needed to check coats.
When the juniors took their turn
checking coats in the auditorium
Colleen Colwell was called into
action. Cdb Connie Schroepfer
quickly discovers that dancing
with her dad wouldn't be at all
bad except that he's so tall. lei
Mary lane Leach and Ron seem to
have natural "soul" if the band is
going good. lfl Therese Pritschet
and Brian Schmidt groove to the
beat, tg! Robin Newes needs a lot
of concentration for dancing
opposite her partner, Ron Dao. A
junior at Hill, Ron chose well be-
cause Robin sure looks like she
knows what she's doing. Dancing!
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fab Would you believe matching bongo
drums? Would you believe he's the
lead singer of the Sir Raleighs? Well
you better because he is. tbl Steve Le-
Claire "gives it all he's got" at the
dance along with all the other kids who
came to listen to the Sir Raleighs on the
evening of April 17. ici Eileen Colbert
and Mary Kay Fleming try to "sell their
wares" in the form of bids for the first
annual Sweetheart Dance. Hoping to
establish a tradition, the seniors spon-
sored this semi-formal dance at Murray
on February 20. tdi Taking a "breather"
from the crowded dance floor, a group
of AMM sophomores stop to "chew
the fat". But, what's this? a boy?
Monthly name band
dances result in
crowds, big profits
Listen, I hear something - MUSIC! Did
you ever hear of a "Pudget Sound" - what
kind of sound is it? . . , The Paisley's are playing
at one of our monthly money raising dances
... Tonight the juniors sponsor The Yellow
Dog Contract? It sounds like they're trying to
put history into our dances ,.. The poster says
"Pride and joy" sponsored by the French Club.
Ah, how do they plan to pass it out? ... ls it the
Nickel Revolution or the Mystic Evolution? ...
Student Council held a fantastic dance in No-
vember. They had to close the doors because
of too many people. We came just to hear
"Pain" from the Mystics Do you have a
sweetheart? ... They picked a King and Queen
of Hearts .,. Oh, well, l'll settle for taking my
Dad to the Father-Daughter Dance.
Parade of Talent offers twenty-two acts
Sponsored by Student Council AMM pre-
sents its first annual Parade of Talent The
night of show arrives and so does audience .,,
109 turns into a disaster area ... Vocal Ensem-
ble painting faces for their medley from "Hair'f
,,, Voices warming up "Ally-Oop" leads
parade ... Pat Zilliox's "Simple joys of Maid-
enhood' '... Bill Trusten's fingers climb up and
down the keyboard ... Beth Pflugi tumbles to
"Feelin Groovy" .,. Reenie Twohy, "As Long
As He Needs Me" ,.. Three Sharps and a Flat
appear Chuck Barry "Puts on a Happy
Face" ., , Colleen Okoneski's baton twirls her
way to Grand Showmanship trophy and prize.
Kal Trudee Neid and the other members of her country
western rock group sing their version of "Olly, Olly"
hoping to be in the finals for awards. tbl "Aquarius" went
over very big with the audience as the Vocal Ensemble
passed out fresh flowers to signify peace. The group won
first place in the variety division. Ccl Another winner, Col-
leen Okoneski did a baton twirling act combining both
grace and skill. tdl Singing a popular love ballad to woo
the hearts of the judges, Brad Gerster came over from Hill
to participate in the talent show. lel St. Paschal children
dance as colorful clowns.
Kal Dancing their way through the stone age, these talent show
participants did their act to "Alley Oop." tbl Proving that she is
very agile, Beth Pflugi does the splits.
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tal A touch of tenderness starts out a romantic eve-
ning. tbl Taking pictures does make it last longer, but
julie Ertle gets embarrassed when the "big eye" is
pointed right at her. lcl Steve's question to Colleen
Radford could be either "Will you marry me?" or
"Now can we go home?" ldl Mary Schiltgen, Connie
Eberhard and their dates, Bob and Gene, get an over-
all view ofthe Lowry's main lobby. tel Stepping lively,
Diane Tempest leads prom couples in a bunnyhop. lfl
Finding that there is "A Time For Us" Gail Prettyman
and tgl Celeste Lucking enjoy sitting one out with
their dates on the evening of April 'I0th,
.im xt ,,
jules Hermann sets
soft pace, fast beat
for lively couples
Mother, is he here? I'm not ready ... This gart-
er is driving me crazy. It scratches me every
time I move my leg ... Stand right over this
way. Now put your arm on her hand. Fine!
Next? ... We dedicate this next song to David
Bucher, Happy Birthday ,,. I've never been in
the Lowry Hotel I know every plane that
landed at the airport between 3 and 4 in the
morning on April I0 .,. I can't polka in a short
dress much less a formal ... Do you know how
to get to the Lowry? I do, my dad gave me
directions and I've got enough paper here to
make a book We'II meet you at Taylor's
Falls at 10, well, how about 12? .., I can't be-
lieve I really made it to prom, it's like magic . ,,
Where did you go for dinner? .., The boys
cooked it for us - even had candles on the
table ... We lost our kite over the St. Croix
River . . . ATime For Us ,.. Do you think so?
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tal The Happiness Day assembly put on by the teachers brings out
the talents of Miss Kimball, Mrs. Klohs and S. Anita as they bunny-
hop across the stage. tbl Happiness Day presents new social prob-
lems for Mr. Speltz. lc! Gossip, laughter, gum chewing and tardies
are all part ofthe "typical AMM homeroom scene" as depicted by
the teachers. Cdl Scout Wermers, alias Mary Sue, finds Home Ec
hasn't changed even though she has. lei The Hunchback of Notre-
Dame lKathy Haasl and his partner the Mummy lCindy Hudallal
adds to the wild atmosphere.
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tal Dori Schweitz "clowns around" in religion class as Happiness
Day gets under way. tbl Wendy tCarolyn Allardl tries to avoid
the clutches of Captain Hook CPat Furlongl. tcl S. Mark's class
solemnly watches as Apollo 'I3 safely reenters the atmosphere.
tdl Mickey and Minnie Mouse tSue Thompson and Sue Thoelel
confer between classes.
l used to think that Happiness Day was a free
day ... Mr. Speltz is giving a test on Happiness
Day. Does he have social problems? ... Did
you see Ma and Pa Kettle? Now that was really
funny! ,,. We were planning on being the in-
visible couple by not coming to school, but the
idea of also being Murray's suspended couple
didn't appeal to us Since when are raffle
tickets needed to make a Happiness Day
complete? .,, No one really planned it that
way. lt was just a coincidence - a happy one
. . . Those "students" on stage couldn't repre-
sent the teachers' real opinions of us - could
they? od est la bras? Well, we all knew
where that was! ... Where are the simple joys
of Murrayhood? With the simple boys of
Hill ... A stranger coming to this school would
think we're crazy. But we're really just happy.
Spring fun d-raiser
Since when has our fall festival been held in the
spring? lt's homeroom vs homeroom
What is it Miss Boland says to her homeroom
that makes those freshmen bring in all that raf-
fle money? They looked like the seniors
they acted like seniors, the only difference was
that they were parading around in hats . ,. The
weather was perfect, and so was the crowd , . .
lwasyjust standing there, quietly buying a flow-
er and this kid walks up to me and tells me I'm
under arrest- I never even found out why ...
Should we get candy floss, a snow cone or try
our luck with the cake walk? ... If you want a
good dinner try the broasted chicken ... What
would a sophomore like Barb Voss want a 1970
Camaro for? For me, 25 was the magic
number. I heard the kids in school on Monday
made window-washing an education
Cal Since he sells many boats in his spare time, Mr. Speltz
finds it easy to raffle off a sailboat with the help of his con-
sumers economics class. tbl Through the day many unsus-
pecting people were put in the jail. Escape was almost
impossible and people invariably bailed themselves out for
153. lcl Senior Nancy Westlund leads the hat queen, Con-
nie Schroepfer, through the school as the seniors display
their creations to the school.
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Cal Snow cones are a welcome addition to the Spring Festival. fbi ln the
portable kitchen Mr. Del Fiacco prepares the broasted Chicken for the
dinner. lcl Being an auctioneer can be quite tempting as Carrie Cardinal
sells the teachers' home-made goods. td? Still not quite sure it's true, Barb
Voss sits in the Camaro she just won, fel This little boy takes Careful aim,
hoping to win a prize. Cfl Crazy, but fun is the impression Maureen Dris-
coll has ofthe hat parade.
lah Life for Dolly tLibby Caseyl
becomes worse and worse as
Annie and the kids travel with
them to Minneapolis. tbl Charlie
Uvlike Connersl and Annie
CReenie Twohyj try to convince
Frank tlim Evansl that a girl can
outshoot a man, lcl A crowd
gathers to hear the news of the
arrival of Buffalo Bill from Char-
lie Davenport. Cdl Annie sings
the kids to sleep with "The
Moonshine Lullaby". With a
yawn and a few smug looks, the
kids finally drift off. tel Chris
Weyandt, the head of set con-
struction, works through dress
rehearsal to transform card-
board tubes into a log fort. ffl
Getting serenaded was quite
fashionable for that day, but in a
train? Frank Butler tries to tell
Annie he kinda loves her. tgl
Tommy and Winnie, better
known as jim Biagi and Sue jen-
kins, hope and hope and hope
that they love each other. Chl
No, you can't get a man with a
gun, but Annie finds for a time
that her gun means more to her.
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Annie Get Your Gun
l really have to sing 2 songs by myself just for
chorus? ,.. 70 hours on the chandelier ... But
Mrs. Gordy, at 11:30 it's awfully hard to get in
character ... Miss Germann wants the Wilson
Hotel done tomorrow ,.. It MUST be quiet
back stage, and you're the ones who make it
that way Everyone, see Sr. Marie about
your costume before leaving .,. Mr. A's con-
ducting a 25-piece orchestra .,. The opening
night jitters ... Dancers warm up M. Break a
leg Buffalo Bill's Show vs Pawnee Bill's
Show ,.. Could a prairie chicken called Annie
Oakley beat Frank Butler, the world's greatest
sharpshooter? ... Keep the pace up -it must
move ,.. The brake isn't on the train and it's
moving .., Falling in love is wonderful- but
you can't get a man with a gun .A If the Bills
merge, so will Annie and Frank ... No business
like show business .,. The finale - the roses
- the tears of success - Annie Get Your Gun !
lil joy Ciernia gives her unterpretation of an Indian initia-
- tion dance. til Mrs. Gordy, director, casts a critical eye at
h the crew. lkl The chief gives Annie news of Frank.
tal The pastel studies in the entry at-
tract a crowd. tbl Diane Vandeburg
and Colleen Colwell enjoy Rose Chris-
toffel's portrait of her brother. tcl Panic
begins when Mrs. Stevenson overhears
a phone call. ldl Critic Sarah Peltier
in - .uf .
display school talent
You can tell a girl who's made a yarn rug by the
blistered hands ... Fine Arts Week - the way
we feel about art at Murray ... Pame Hajlo ...
Informal singing groups - those frosh really
have energy ... Sorry, Wrong Number -the
ending just shocked me! ... The AMM papier
mache zoo ... First prize winner Kathy Ciulden
sold her wall hanging for 515 . . . Copperjewel-
ry with Miss Ruemmele ... A Thursday eve-
ning of art, drama and music Sue jenkins
directing Countless sketches - each a
piece of someone's time. And feelings
Look at that tempera sunrise. Sorry, sunset .. .
Glee Club concert tcarry out that G in sing,
girlsl What does Cilee stand for, anyway?
Lions in our display case! Where?
What's so funny about art? ... I wasn't laugh-
ing at the art - l was laughing at the paint
smears on your glasses ,.. You're supposed to
be on stage to sing in one minute!
tal As Fine Arts Week draws near, Sally Babler
works to finish her papier mache animal, tbl
Marianne Byrne views the miniature zoo with
satisfaction. The telephone operators ici Sharon
Ewald and Cdl Carrie Allard try to politely cope
with Mrs. Stevenson in Sorry, Wrong Number. lei
Out of freshman chorus these girls form the first
freshman vocal ensemble. They sing for the
school during the Fine Arts Week Assembly. ffl
Surveying the artwork, Debbie Dahedl is pleased
with what she sees.
90 degrees perfect
for seniors' first
goodtan. . . or burn
You say you don't know where Quadna Moun-
tain is - Well, you go that-a-way for three
hours, past a bunch of little towns, past the
place where we sang "Act Naturally" and then
turn right on a dirt road .., What to do next?
Boating, water biking, swimming, horse-
back riding, golfing, pinballing, pooling,
saunaing, volleyballing ,.. horseback riding -
Don't get MariIee's horse, it doesn't go where
you tell it to go Would you believe some
girls went swimming in that icy lake? ... At
least I think they were swimming . ., Throw on
another pail of water, we've got to keep it at
200 degrees in here Eat, eat eat .. . Gee,
Mary lane, I didn't know you like sugar that
much .., Such a buffet, not to mention all the
breakfast dishes you want ... Boy am I full ..,
Blowing bubbles - green, blue, yellow, red?
.., Such a dance ... Twister without a board?
... Reminiscing about old school days .., Out
in a boat at 3:30 A.M. .,. Trying to sleep I..
Marianne burnt? I didn't notice Hey!
The air conditioning in our bus isn't working.
I've got heat rash ... Boy! Am I pooped!
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Barb Ruza and Sue Anderson take to the water in one of
the more leisurely fashions known as water biking.
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lal Hey, dummy! You're supposed to hit the ball not
walk away from it, but that's just what Kathy Todd is
doing and she looks like she is in a hurry! tbl Stopping
along the way for a little snack and a peek at the coun-
tryside, seniors on the class trip enjoy a lakeside pic-
nic. lcl Two out of three's not bad, so Pam Hajlo just
doesnft feel like sunbathing. idl Sarah Peltier laughs a
hearty chuckle as the Quadna Mountain Lodge looks
on. tel Come on Chris, let's show a little action and
look alive! lfl Spending a relaxing few minutes in the
sun, seniors bask in the sun and scenery.
Luncheon, honors, tears fill seniors last day
Take us along - If you care at all ... Mr. A can
sure go camping now with all that gear the stu-
dents gave him - maybe it's a hint that we
want to go camping all summer right on into
September ... If you're smart you can get a
scholarshipg if you're even smarter you can talk
Besty Baumann into giving you one of hers ...
Diane Brown won the Betty Crocker Award -
Does that mean she gets 300 free coupons? ..,
I heard all the seniors' prophecies - Now I
know what they're going to do - But what
about me? ,,. Aquarius I.. Awards and schol-
arships were flying all over the place - I wish
I could have caught one! You mean some
kids never missed a day at AMM? Boy
When I grow up I'm going to be a senior and
go to the senior luncheon and then I won't
have to steal food - I'll get a whole plate of my
own .., Will everyone here kindly step to the
rear and let the juniors lead the way!
tal Some laugh, some cry, but everybody sings in
the junior class. The juniors sing their farewells to
the seniors in such selections as "Take Me AIong"
and "Thanks For The Memories." tbl Senior
Hamms sing about Murray and what it's good for
and what it's not so good for. Icl Presiding over
Awards Day, Mr. A gives out Miter awards to Betsy
Bauman who also won two scholarships. This was
quite an honor for Betsy as well as forthe school.
Cdl Aquarius. But whoops, let's try it again, some-
where, somehow along the line somebody got
mixed up, But Vocal did a pretty good job singing
their theme song for '70. Didn't they?
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tions to senior editors on the staff, but she wasn't
the only one on the giving end of the line be-
cause the staff also awarded her with a gift of
flowers and a teapot. tbl Being served at the se-
nior luncheon, Pat Ducharme gives a smile of
approval. lt must look good. Either that or just
the thought that this is her last day at Murray has
Pat in smiles. ich Looking at the flowers she re-
ceived from the students at AMM, S. Pat seems to
show a sign of happiness. ls it possible that after a
whole year as Student Director she can still be
happy? idl Seniors gather together on their last
day of school to sing "so long" to the underclass-
men, but wait -they left a wish - Let the juniors
lead the way! tel But Toni, you don't look too
happy. You mean to tell me you're really going to
miss ol' AMM? l never thought you had it in youl
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Seniors are still lining up moments before graduation.
Few hours' practice is plenty for graduates
I don't believe it ... Girls, can we try the pro-
cessional once more -this time keep the spac-
ing even ... No, you may not wear your cap on
the back of your head ... Hey! Why does SHE
have a gold tassel? ... Idon't believe it . .. Hey
Lord, I know it's raining this morning, but how
about a little sunshine for this afternoon? -
Thanks Lord .. . It was great to see Fr. Schwartz
and Fr. Beck and to hear Father Kelly's homily
on dandelions. - Yes, we must go out and
show the world our yellow ... I don't believe it
... Where did time go - over the hill and
down past Macs .. , judge Faricy had a good
point- in fact he had a lot of good points . .. I
d0n't believe it .,. One more time Vocal ...
Where's my diploma? - Did you turn in your
cap and gown? ... I don't believe it . . . All the
pomp and circumstances ... Hello life - but I
still don't believe it.
tal Rose-bearer Sally McEvoy begins the processional. tbl Seniors
make that "final step" as they line up to receive their diplomas. ich
Scared but very happy, Sue Zimmel receives her diploma from Mr.
Asenbrenner. ldl Roland Faricy and his wife talk to graduates before
the exercises. judge Faricy gave the commencement address in
which he asked for a return to respect. Cel Seniors become quiet and
apprehensive during the final moments before graduation. ffl Tru-
dee Neid gives jackie Cull the customary half-dozen red roses. lgl
For these seniors, graduation is a time to say many good-byes. Good-
bye to Murray, good-bye to school, and for some, good-bye to each
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A note of interest opens the song of learning.
... I don't know what she's mixing but whatev-
er it is it turns black in the test tube. I wonder
... But why would a writer like Hemmingway
want to commit suicide when he's written so
many great books? ...This notehand isn't logi-
cal. How can you have a big word like "impor-
tant" without vowels? ... I had to fill out my
income tax returns and as long as I'm not get-
ting it all back I want to know what the govern-
ment is doing with it. This is economics class,
isn't it? . . . Why does bread rise before it ever
gets baked when cupcakes don't? . .. Have you
ever noticed that so many Latin words are a lot
like Spanish words? ... If I knowthat an obtuse
triangle and an equilateral triangle both have
three sides - what definite, useful, basic good
will it be to me 10 years from now? If we
squared a B flat major and concentrated it into
notehand do you think it would fit in George
Washington's boat as it crossed the Delaware?
... To seek or not to seek, that is the question,
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tal Are these typical Frenchmen on a typical street in Paris? Or could they possi-
bly be a typical trio of French hippies? Whatever, I hope l never come face to
face with a group like that! Actually they are just good ol' Betty Tedesco, Debbie
Veitch and Kathy Neaton acting out a French conversation. lbl Homework, term
papers, special assignments - senior Peggy Schwietz finds temporary escape
from it all. tcl Sister Anita gets really involved lecturing on her favorite subject,
literature of minority groups. So who doesn't get involved in his or her favorite
Students find various
animal life scattered
about the woods
much you don't know - especially in science
U. PhyMcalSdence H. The phnew and Ham
U, Hectnchy... AngularnMNnentun1,..That
omjHoscope .H Then bkdogy M. Ugh! U.
Howfaboutthatunborn mg we dkseded .H
And that frog! ... Searching in the woods for
Qgns oflne .,. Allthose snakes H, Sucky
mamhnmHow Monw M. Nh.Dehneyand Ms
fake test that was the real thing ... Chemistry
U. DBUHaUon...,AkhenHsw H. Keepmglab
booksiapto date... A.A41J.... Phydcs...
The experhnent wddwthe beans and soup ..
Exmpe vdochy,..l4ow dkisuperman doid
... Man! Science really was.
tal Are the insides of this frog supposed to resemble our
insides? Ech! tbl Chemistry presents a slightly different
aspect of science as Kathy Vetter and Beth Mulcahy try
glass bending. ici "See germ wiggle"! Shawn Crosby ad-
justs her microscope under Marianne Lethert's eagle eye.
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"Those machines" try to test typists' talents
Oh, Mrs. Rogers, my electric typewriter
doesn't work - what plug? M. Remember
girls, no more than five errors ... If I press that
key, what might happen? ... Miss Boland, l'm
ready for the BIG typewriters now . Let's see,
this finger here, that one there .. Sure, I can
scribble, I mean, write shorthand ... She only
broke two fingernails yesterday ... Typewrit-
ers plus adding machines equal I thought
we only listened to music during Music Appre-
ciation ... Hey, I thought shorthand was sup-
posed to be short How come her fingers
move quicker than mine? ... Someday when
I'm a good typist ... Someday when typewrit-
ers type themselves.
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taI Kathy Weeda has first "dibs" on the earphones as Miss Boland
sets up the machine for shorthand dictation. lbI Beethoven's
Fifth? No, shorthand students are taking dictation via recording
and headphone. tcI Gail Prettyman writes a Christmas carol in
shorthand. ldl Joanne Speak finds that speed and accuracy be-
come increasingly important.
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English courses cater to students' requests
English is choice ... How can I ever choose
which class? I.. But, I do like to read ... How
could one movie and one book with the same
exact title be so different? .. . Some people say
I don't talk good English .M Only three spell-
ing errours and I have to do it all over again?
But Sister Anita, are we actually going to
stage a REAL riot? Four score and - Hey
listen, you can't write that speech, I'm going to
... just what is a superlative clause? .,, I get all
nervous when I have to speak in front of a class
.., Do poems have to rhyme? ,.. Books take
so long to read, can't we just look at the
pictures? I told Nancy that reading was
supposed to develop the mind and she said
that American Classics was just one big growth
- I don't get it! I don't understand why
Huckleberry Finn is so important, and what
about Edgar Allen Poe?
lal Maureen Bauer, reading her assignment PRIDE
AND PREIUDICE, unintentionally becomes in-
volved in it, This isn't unusual however in Sister
Carole's Film and Novel course. tbl Trying to re-
member the fundamentals of speech, not to men-
tion the speech itself, Nancy Cournoyer gives an
informative speech. Icl Sister Anita proudly dis-
plays a class project depicting the American man.
It was just one of several assignments done by her
class to help broaden their knowledge of the Afro-
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are on duty full time
Starting this year Sister Marianne and Mrs.
Ducharme work as full time counselors
Arranging for speakers, meeting with each
class, personal conferences, changing sched-
ules orientating freshmen Study skills
.., Career thoughts for sophomores - nurse
- astronaut - teacher - stewardess lu-
niors have PSAT, MSAT, ACT, ETC . . . Seniors
meet at 11 150 - be on time all you mothers-to-
tsomedayl be We have information from
several agencies offering scholarships . . . You
need a stamp on the envelope ... Let us know
when the college accepts you - or where you
will be working next year ... Hey, who cares
about a few gray hairs - you have managed to
get another group through AMM ,.. That en-
richment day the guidance department spon-
sored helped me a lot ... l think l'll be an air-
tal To give the bare facts about the "birds and the bees",
nurse Katherine Schueller prepares helpful information for
the seniors. tbl Conferring with S. Marianne, ludy Stro-
bel gets the guidance the juniors feel all sophomores need.
ici Realizing that the future will soon be the present, Diane
Fitzgerald and Pat Keller consult with Mrs. Ducharme for
more information concerning their prospective college
choices. tdl The smiling faces of Diane Fitzgerald, Pat Kell-
er and Mary lo Rensch reflect the possibility that these
three will attempt to make college more fun than work.
gee eeee eeee e ,
Cal Lynn Marzoff and Linda Thompson soon discovered
that two heads are better than one, as they laid, fitted, cut
and experimented with their first "real" pattern. tbl Trying
to teach the girls that measurements must be perfect when
cooking, Sister Marie spoons out the water very carefully.
After all, a good piecrust takes time and a little tender lov-
ing care. icl A little stuffing here, a little stuffing there and
you could come up with the perfect stuffed animal, but-
Laurie Davis had a few problems with the darn stuff, as it
wouldn't stay in the animal. Oh well, Laurie always did
want to be a stuffed animal anyway. Now she got her wish!
Cooking creates a "homemaker's hangup"
But Sister, that's no paperweight, that's my
cupcake! Watching for the "best batch"
An "FN in sewing just because one sleeve
was longer than the other? ... Do we have to
do our zippers perfectly? ... Baking, burning,
boiling - test tomorrow! ,.. And those darn
diets - what an excuse for skipping breakfast
... Sister, short skirts are in style ,., But I do
eat breakfast- l have a vitamin every morning
,.. But Sister, we don't know how to fix a salt
shaker ... I just can't imagine why my mother
won't let me cook at home - could it be that
bad mark I got in Home Ec? .H Staff dinners in
our Home Ec room - our home away from
home A frequent after-school meeting
place for a cup of coffee and a bit of news . . . A
dark desolate place from which to steal cookies
... A warm smile and a warm smell to greet us
in the halls of Murray.
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"a little something"
in different tongues
Say a little something in French - Un petit
quelque choses ... Say a world in Latin - Ver-
bum Say a Spanish phrase - Un frase de
espanol Parlez-vous francais Learning
that chalk is really feminine seeing slides
and you were really there ... Le Petit Diction-
aire ... Mrs. Kloh's dramatic acting ... Trying
to wear the headphones without messing our
hair ... A Reader's Digest in French? ... Como
esta usted? ... Writing conversations ... Pina-
tis ... Figuring out what all the little squiggles
are called ... Learning to roll our r's ... Do we
always have to have boardwork? N.l.C.L.
... Being sold as a slave for only 75st . .. Laugh-
ing at the ancient Romans Looking in li-
brary for the English translation of the AENEID
... I wish I understood what she's saying!
More work goes into a language than ordinarily thought.
tal The problem lies in the squishing earphones used to lis-
ten to Spanish tapes. tbl Laura Tousignant and Cindy
Montpetit find the do unto others rule very helpful when it
comes to preparing to listen. ici Dialogues come alive
when acted out with home made puppets during the
French Ill classes.
tal lt's our ball, cries Anne Voda as she grabs for the ball from a freshman lineman in
the Sophomore-Freshman basketball game. tbl Hey! What d'ya know! l'm a chair! You
are too! Looks like somebody down there broke. Kathy Colwell and Mary johnson try
this new form of exercise. ici lt's Hercules! lt's Tinkerbell! lt's Lynne Kansier on the
balance beam, giving it all she's got while Debbie lost and Monica Shreiner lend a
helping hand. fdl Noontime proves strenuous for this freshman basketball player. lei
"jumpball" is called for sophomores Mary Woulf and Mary Hajlo as they battle in the
Daily workout, cold
showers keep gym
class alive, awake
But, Mrs. Renteria - cold showers? ... That's
it! I made my first basket and won the game . 4.
And they're coming down the homestretch -
who? why, the AMM girls out for their daily
romp around the school ,.. One, two, three,
get those hands up over your heads, girls . . .
The score is tied 0 to O! Oh well, soccer isn't an
easy game .,. Can I please borrow your
deodorant? Headstand? I can't even do a
somersault Up, up and over! Boy, I wish
that volleyball net was three feet shorter, I al-
ways get the back row ... What we need is a
little teamwork .. , Must I always be at the bot-
tom in that stupid pyramid? .,. Come on team
- set 'em up .., Can you really do a seat drop
on the tramp? I'm scared to jump up and down
,,. Mrs. Renteria, any more exercises and I'm
going to drop Strike three - you're out!
... How come we only take gym two years?
Seniors probe varying political systems
Since we are supposed to learn from the
mistakes of our ancestors, I have a strange feel-
ing my descendants will have a lot to go on ..,
The Weekly Observer With assignments
like these, I could sometimes use those writs of
assistance ... We're having a test on Chapter 9
- l'm on Chapter 6 .,. Time sure seems to fly
in Mr. Speltz's class .., Hey, this class reminds
me of Valley Forge ... Where would this coun-
try be if Charles Carroll had been president? -
Who's he? ... lf revolution worked in France,
why doesn't it work in Sister Mark's class? 4..
Finding out how the American system really
works ... Keeping up with current events ...
What's mob psychology? Wearing black
arm bands on Moratorium Day Memoriz-
ing history Learning history Where
would we be without it?
Cal To survey the news of the past week, freshmen pass
around the World Week for fresh facts. tbl Reenie Marri-
nan and fellow frosh discuss their neighbors across the sea
in world cultures, CCD What could the real South America
be compared to Cindy Shreiner's map?
New visual aids
relieve portion of
Please Miss Kimball, anything but "x's" confuse
me! ... Ask me anything about geometry ...
How do you spell it? ... If A+B:A, how come
1-I-2,-EI? Pythagoras probably used a pro-
tractor too .. . Mrs. Clappier, what's the differ-
ence between Algebra I and Algebra II? ...
Subtraction of one Oh Miss Miesen,
could you please repeat that? My tape recorder
stopped ... Math is like a mountain - uphill
all the way ... Why can't geometry books have
odd-numbered answers? Let's change all
the theorems from one to thirty ... Whoever
heard of a commutative property? All my
property is commutative . . . Advanced math is
easy ... So is writing a 4,000 word composition
.. . I never make arithmetic mistakes ,. , I just
interpret the problem a little differently ...
"Everybody makes mistakes. That's why they
put erasers on pencils."
Cai Using a conic section Beata Zweber, Kathy Barrett and Mary
Schiltgen explore the intricacies of Algebra II. I see a parabola, a
hyperbola and an ellipse ,.. What do you see? I see a plain 'ole
plastic coneg I don't take Algebra II. tbl Iudy Dehn and Nancy
Briggs listen attentively to the many different angles of algebra.
One hour of algebra equals 'IO hours of brain work in any other
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Students get start
There's no sure way to artistic success but I'm
working on it .., I'm not emotional - just
dramatically inclined Appreciate ART
Oh Ido. Ido ... Hey -those ink designs on
your pockets are sharp They're also acci-
dental .. . I can't seem to get my perspective in
shape .. . The secret to a first rate painting tfirst
rate paint?J .. . I have to be creative alone . . .
Put your talent to good use - ACT ... If the
world only knew that I have the singing voice
of an angel .. . Someday, honey, someday ...
But I want it to be interpreted in my own way
- otherwise it's not me! ... I can see it all now
- "Girl's School Beginning of Famous Acting
Career" .,. Mine ... I've always dreamed of
being a famous actress. It must be part of my
destiny . . . just think - all these classical refer-
ences in music appreciation may help me when
I'm an opera star.
tal Retrieving their term papers from the stack, Mary Kay
Zarembinski and Julie Petersen thumb through the multi-
colored books on the risers. tbl Mary Kay surveys a past
paper as Mr. Anderson passes it back with the grade. Mary
Kay got a good mark? tcl JoAnn Ritchie tries to perfect her
cut-paper black and white composition. tdl Candy Ryan
takes care with her fire brick so as not to miss a brush
stroke! tel Molding a wad of clay isn't as easy as it looks. In
fact it doesn't even look easy, but Eileen Colbert seems to
know what she's doing.
in mastering the arts
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lackie Cull concentrates on artwork inthe windows.
tai Freshmen studying scripture try their hand at eating scrip-
ture cake, a specialty of Mrs. Hacker. tbl Discussions are a vital
part of any religion class. tc! When the seniors ended class May
15, julie Peterson and Mrs. Hacker make up one marriage class.
aim to meet
ls God dead? ... Youth and the lawp l hear that
whenever I come home late . 4. ls marriage still
a sacred institution? ... Do you think Betty
Crocker is a Christian Woman? "Why do
people put limitations on God today?"
We're studying scripture not sculpture!
Does Christian Marriage follow Christian
Involvement? The spirit is moving l
thought my religion evaluation sheet was quite
funnyp it seems l'm the only one in my family
with a sense of humor ,. . Each Friday Chris-
tians get involved, proving that people really
do care Have you ever thought of Father
Osmund as a door-to-door salesman selling
Ciod? .,. Look to your soul for the answer ,..
lust because my scripture cake burnt doesn't
mean I'm a bad Christian Man's never-
ending search for his meaning Are you
running with us,lesus?
Cai Mr. Robert Anderson
lbl Mrs. Mary jo Anderson
KCJ Mr. Frank Asenbrenner
Cdl Miss Mary Boland
lei Mrs. Jeanne Clappier
ffl Sister Patrick Collins
lgl Sister Mark Courteau
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Chl Mr. Joseph Delaney
lil Mrs. Adelia Ducharme
lji Mrs. Bernice Fisher
lkl Sister Marie Fujan
lli Miss Dorothy Germann
lmi Mrs. Shirley Guertin
lnl Mrs. Honor Hacker
Administration has numerous duties
The most looked-up-to man at AMM The
meditation for the day is ... Mr. Asenbrenner,
there's a pep fest at Hill, can we go? ... Will
Sister Patrick please report to the officeg we
have student problems ... Mrs. Malley, I have
my money for retreat ... Would the girls who
should have reported to the office after first
hour and didn't, please do so after third hour?
.., Where's Sister Carolyn? I've got my tui-
tion money ... Somebody put a lock on my
locker. Mrs. McGinley, do you have a key? ...
I just came in to give you all a cheery "Good
Morning" ... I'm an hour late because I had a
flat tire, but it's only the fifth one this year ...
Can I still make a program change? I think
I'm going to be sick. Can I go to the infirmary?
... What do you suggest we do about it?
Are those grey hairs, Mr. Asenbrenner?
by Kathy Meyer
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Looking at things from different levels results in effective
ministration by Mr. Asenbrenner and Sister Patrick.
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Squeezing into the faculty room, teachers try to
enjoy the few short minutes of 4th period Chat-
ting and maybe even eating.
Fourth hour finds
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Mrs. Kathleen Hiber
Sister Angeline Hubert
Father Osmond Jacobs
Miss Katherine Kimball
Mrs. Linda Klohs
Sister Scholastica Maus
Displaying her versatility, her talent for homemaking as well as
the teaching of English, Sister leroma steps in to help a Home Ec
student in need of a little assistance.
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Teachers spend free
hours doing more
than making up tests
Miss - oh excuse me, Mrs. Hoffman ... Sister
Rosemary should run a jewelry store Mrs.
Fisher eats bagels and lox? ... Mrs. Fisher eats?
... Appreciate Mr. Anderson ... S. Anita, your
tag is on crooked ... Who erases boards with
her left hand? "Are you kidding Miss
Boland?" "Yes" S. Pat, l have this teacher
... Will Mr. Delany be able to solve his tipsy -
topsy problem? ... Let's ask S. Brigid to teach
us to dance . .. Miss Germann with spare time?
... 3 Sharps and a Flat on to Carnegie Hall ...
Sometimes Mrs. Klohs teaches French too ...
Only S. Scholastica doesn't need a pass to the
library Lots of people are teachers
Teachers are people too.
Cal Sister Anita Robinson thi Sister Agnes Trombley
tbl Mrs. Beatrice Rogers til Sister Irene Uptegrove
ici Miss Mary Ruemmele lil Sister Carolyn Bergup
fdl Sister Marianne Schlendei iki Mr. Bill Burke
fel Mrs. julie Smith CIJ Mrs. lean Cronje
ffl Mr. Robert Speltz tml Mrs. Polly Malley
lgl Sister Carole Sweeley ini Mrs. Judy McGinley
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When do we sign up for clubs - or did we? I
seemed to have missed it ... Human Relations
starts right here in school. If we can put up with
our blondes we can put up with anyone - and
that's really saying a lot When deciding
what club to sign up for - I thought of wheth-
er I wanted to build up my body or my mind
G.A.A. sure appreciates nice weather on
Mondays so they can go outside for baseball.
Now if we just had that third floor swimming
pool for the rainy days It's funny the way
we judge people before we know them. Clubs
have lots of "meeting" times What else
does A.V. do besides deliver film projectors,
train affiliates, show movies in the auditorium
during fourth hour, run lights for assemblies
and take care of the media center? ... Verbum
means "word", Maybe our yearbook staff
should be called Verbums? ... Miter is putting
out a special April Fool's Day paper. That's a
good laugh Clubs are the grapevines of
communication between the classes.
Kal At one of the first Verbum meetings, Kathy Meyer tries to explain to her staff
the elusive art of making their copy blocks more expressive. tbl To raise money,
Human Relations Club holds one of their bake sales during lunch hour. lcl
Standing guard at the blue pillar during fourth hour, Mur Klingner takes her
turn at directing students. Noon hall duty is part of a Student Council project. So
you don't get time to eat lunch or do that little bit of studying you wanted to do,
but that's the life of a club member and they love it. Or at least they live it!
Activating AMM challenges Student Council
Student Council, our school government
being tagged "Red" Are they really ideal
students? Making the alternates give the
homeroom reports Is Student Council re-
sponsible for those missing locks on the
bathrooms? O.K. Chris Opitz, now we
know ... Patrolling the lunchroom means you
can eat all four shifts Building a school in
Africa with just one Mystic dance ... Our first
enrichment day ... worth the work ... Happi-
ness Day Does that mean we get the day
off? ... Haven't you ever wanted to hide your
badge and just be a student for a day? ... Tak-
ing over the bookstore under Mrs. Hacker's
supervision ... Or is it a drugstore? ... Spon-
soring a talent show Can we contribute
anything? Student Council is what makes
the school "tick."
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ta! Trying to lend a helping hand for maybe
her body! to Student Council's project of
keeping the school clean, Nan Passofaro
urges students to "please throw their gum in
the basket". Otherwise, it could turn out to
be a pretty sticky situation. tb! Looking into
and predicting the future is often a difficult
task for student council but lc! looking into
the past becomes all too real for Sue Shields,
treasurer, jackie Nadeau, secretary, and Mary
1. Leach, president. tdi Giving her motherly
ear to the discussions, Mrs. Hacker, lay advi-
sor, smiles at a suggestion while Su Bang finds
it not quite that amusing. le! Student advising
starts in student council and Sister Patrick and
Gayle Hegstrom listen to what the students
will plan next. ffl Mrs. Hacker and Marilee
Marrinan put their heads together and decide
on some possible plans for the senior class of
which Marilee is president. Rain or shine,
earthquake or flood even during classes, you
can always find Mrs. Hacker willing to lend a
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tg! Going somewhere, girls? You don't like school? You're ditching Student
Council? Oh! You're going to a student council convention! Well, in that
case, let me give you a hand. Can l go with you girls? Oh - you just want
me to drive you. Sounds interesting. th! You don't say! Humphrey's going
to be there?! l'll bet he'll give an interesting talk. Be sure to bring back lots
of ideas. A Peace Corps Dance? Great!
Kal The Mystic dance sponsored by Student Council
really packed them in. They're not so stupid! tbl
Senior hall monitors under the direction of Mrs.
Odean didn't go over quite as well. fcl But Mr. A,
Student Council's not really on strikeg we were just
trying to scare you!
fdl Packing up all the leftover stock from the year is kind of fun for
jackie, Chris and Cathy. It's next year they're worried about - all
that unpacking! fel Counting the ballots for senior officers, Sally,
Colleen and julie find there's some favorable results. ffl It's a penny a
hanger and we want to hang on to all the pennies we can! fgl And
the winner is ... Yeah, Sally McEvoy, new council president.
School responds to Student Council vigor
I C Student Council may be sponsoring Clean-Up
Day but we have to do the work . . . The cafete-
ria sounds like a nice place to spend 5th hour,
but not cleaning . . . Let's go to the bookstore.
With a face like mine I need some Holiday
Magic With a lot of enthusiasm and the
Mystics we built a school ... Hangers, hangers
everywhere, but they belong at Quadna ... l'd
run for Student Council, but as a student I need
too much counseling ... Questioning the can-
didates ... They'd all be good, but which one
would be better? What did you say, Sally?
... Those girls interested in signing up for next
year's class officers may do so in the office any
time before Monday ... It seems like we're
starting next year before we finish this one ...
Student Council requires the best, and I think
that's what we have.
presents Scrooge in
Thespian Troupe 2855 Did you say you
earned 87 W hours "The Chalk Garden"
a double cast just who was Maitland?
"I'm too old for fires now" Christmas
time "Mr. Scrooge" Bah, humbug! "I
am the ghost of Christmas past" ... Tiny Tim's
Christmas wish Anne Marie Crillen, presi-
dent of our troupe ... "Annie Get Your Gun"
The shoot-out Annie "gets her man"
... Fine Arts Week ... "Sorry Wrong Num-
ber" Murray-Hill 40098 Sue jenkins
student director? janet Donlin's weak cry
that woke up the whole auditorium ... Brain-
storming for ideas to make money for a Sum-
mer Theatre ... Bakesales and car washes? ...
Maplewood Summer Theatre becomes reality
... "Oliver" will prove Miss C.ermann's brain-
storm Act well your part: there all your
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tai Reenie Twohy and Kathy Odean snatch a quick sample of
the food which is to be served at their dinner honoring the
new Thespian members. fbi Nancy Brown, Pat Zilliox and joan
Munson gather round the same table to enjoy the food and
festivities as full-fledged Thespians. ici Two of the Thespians'
most prominent members, Ann Marie Gillen and Libbey Cas-
ey, join Miss Germann, their advisor to partake in the meal
which was given for the inductees.
Cal Spanish food is one of the best aspects of the club.
tbl Many wild swings are directed at the Pinata before
tcl Mary Walz breaks the target.
l Spanish Club
Spanish club has great fun with Papa Noel
Learning how to break a pinata in five easy
blindfolded swings El presidente es Maria
Walz Papa Noel is guest along with Senor
Asenbrenner, Senora Klohs and Maria Garcia
... Feliz Navidad ... For our lunch today we'll
have tacos, tamale pie, Doritos and Mexican
wedding cakes for dessert ls the Mexican
Hat Dance really Mexican - We'll find out on
enrichment day? ... In Guantanamera Spanish
or American? .. . Valentine's Day is celebrated
in Spain The Spanish 'have their sweet-
hearts, too - They call them novio ... One of
the best ways to learn a language is active usage
l've heard of writing to pen pals but 15 of
them is ridiculous ... I think we forgot to put
Qdl Papa Noel tNancy Cournoyerl prepares for a Spanish Christ-
mas. tel Mr. Asenbrenner takes a swing at breaking the Pinata.
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AV delivers, runs,
A.V. means what? ... "any retard can run this if
they follow the arrows" ... I'm sure you all
know how to run movie projectors, tape recor-
ders, and phonographs Could you repeat
that, please? Bernie Lais for president of
A.V. I just don't understand how this film
could get upsidedown and backwards Sis-
ter Mark, the auditorium lights won't go on ...
Say, Tommie, where's Mr. Anderson's film strip
- he needs it! ... audio visual stuff ... What's
a media center? ... Filming a movie at AMM?
... Miniature movie-camera club pins ...
These earphones must be broken, I can't hear
a thing - Try plugging them in ...Where's the
schedule? ... I think I work in the media cen-
ter this hour... New equipment takes hours to
master ... Everyone is glad when there's an
A.V. member near to help out.
Cal Long before many of us are at school, Cathy Newcome
is here. As a member of A.V., Cathy delivers the necessary
equipment so we may have all the visual aids needed to
help us. tbl If you ever have any questions about any of the
equipment just ask Sandy Loeffler. She'II be glad to help
you the way she's helping Carol-lean Neubauer. lcl But if
you're like C-I, Y0u'll find that your troubles begin as soon
as the A,V. personnel leave. Even with such a simple device
as the screen, something can go wrong.
faj Checking the daily records, Tommy Haines finds out where
to deliver equipment, who needs help running it and whether
or not she will be needed to run the film projectors for guid-
ance. tbl Checking the film projector, Sister Mark can easily
find out if there is anything wrong with the equipment. She is
in charge of the A.V. Club. lcl Bringing equipment is just one
of the jobs of A.V. member Mary Chris Legato. But A.V. isn't
all work. She has free access to the A.V. equipment in the re-
source center. ldl Making use of the A.V. equipment with the
help of Sandy Loeffler, Carol-lean Neubauer and Stephanie
Manos are definitely enjoying what they hear. lel However,
being so near the library they have to be content to listen
National Honor Society
Spiffy meetings, tutoring keep NHS busy
You sure can tell when NHS has its meetings -
all the chairs are gone from the library ... Fin-
ish your lunch quick, the meeting is going to
start soon ... Tutoring - even the tutors can
learn If there is a lull in the meeting you
can always count the ants on the floor ... Ev-
erybody's at this session? I don't believe it ...
Two Mary Kay's to head the club ... Induction
... Sister you remember the pledge - it starts
out - "I pledge to attend all the spiffy meet-
ings" ... What's that you say? Oh! you say you
recall them now Don't drop your candles
... And don't forget to stay for the reception
... Who was that girl who fell asleep? ... I
tal Newly inducted members Maureen McGuire, Ann Hacker,
Kathy Odean and Robin Newes discuss NHS at Archbishop
Murray and their plans for its future. tbl Who said NHS mem-
bers only have brains? tcl Sister Luanne, guest speaker at the
induction tea, and Miss Ruemmele find the time to engage in a
conversation at graduation. tdl NHS members show the serious
side of their nature as they compare notes on how they each
made it into National Honor Society.
lah During a recent tour of the Science Center, members of
the science club paused to look at the history of the Indian
tribes. tbl Knowing the intricacies of the slide rule is a defi-
nite advantage. Lori Babcock attempts to explain the me-
chanics ofthe device while Mur Klingner and Heidi Verns-
trom hold it for her.
Solar furnace, motor
You're cooking in Science Club? Yeah, we're
baking food on our solar furnace ... Through
rain, sleet, snow and dark of night we'll still go
on hiking ... Next time we bury a motor we're
going to have pallbearers ... Those things are
heavy! M. This is what I call a democratic club
- all its members are officers ., . Those clouds
look like cumulo-nimbus. I think that it's going
to rain ... Mr. Delaney had a grand idea -
now I only hope our solar furnace can work ,..
We learned all about why not to use drugs -
Any reason why we should use them? ... Did
you ever hear of a motor having a eulogy? ...
Can't say that I have. Well if you had gone to
the burial on Earth Day you would have heard
of one ... How come elections only took five
minutes in Science Club? Why not - There's
only six members.
lcl During lunch hour on April 22 this group of girls led by
the Science Club had their own protest march against pol-
lution. Cdl They protested by burying a live motor. It was
meant to symbolize an end to pollution. A eulogy was also
written for the occassion. d
burial highlight club
tab The Library Club is active throughout the day doing small,
quiet but important jobs. These girls studying in the library are
probably unaware ofthe benefits they are receiving. tbl Sister
Scholastica proudly displays a certificate of merit to members of
the club. ici Club meetings give the members a chance to ex-
pand their knowledge ofthe library and the world through
Club actively takes
part in Minnesota
Are we allowed to talk in Library Club? ... If
Library Club meets every week, then why did
Sister Scholastica tell us to come every other
week? ... There sure were a lot of people ap-
preciating books on April Tst ... Working dur-
ing study periods, taking care of over-due
books - even our own .,. lf l pretend that l'm
a frosh do you think that I can go to their
Christmas party? How many hours do we
have to work in the library to get a pin? M, l
thought the Dewey decimal system was only
used in math class Hosting the Minnesota
Student Library Association Some of our
girls were elected officers We even have
our own constitution "A room without
books is like a body without a soul."
tab Directing choir for the annual fine arts program, Mr. Anderson uses nursery rhymes to get the girls in good spirit.
lbl Mr. Borsheim, the new choir director at
Hill and one of the directors for our joint
choir brings out the best in the boys and
adds a lot of pep to the mixed groups. lcl
Reenie Twohy does a selection from "Annie
Get Your Gun" in which she starred. The
song, "You Can't Get A Man With a Gun",
was one of the most popular of the pro-
gram. fdl Under the direction of Mr. Ander-
son and Mr. Bersheim, joint choir vibrates
Choirjoins with Hill,
presents "7O Sings"
What's so special about fourth hour on
Thursday? You mean you haven't heard?
The Hill choir comes over to practice with us!
.., Soon Ah Will Be Done Ah Wid De Troubles
Ob De World Let's hope so Spring
Concert with the joint choir recorded into an
album .., I always get chills when we sing the
Halleluiah Chorus ... Do we have to have boys
sing with us? Great! 70 Sings album in-
cludes the band, too ... Spring concert is the
real presentation of two talented schools -
ours and theirs ... There is something very
special about wearing a white choir robe CThe
closest l'll ever come to being an angell .,.
Girls, let's get one thing straight. There'll be no
stockings or bare feet this year no matter which
row you stand in ... To the risers, girls ... To-
night it will prove it was all worth it.
tal The Hill-Murray Band, became quite popular this year at the
fine arts program with their interpretation of "Windy". tbl Prac-
tice proves helpful, not only did they have to practice singing,
but it took some time to catch on to getting all those girls up on
the risers. tcl Getting together for one of their regular classes,
choir practices for the upcoming program. Nursery rhymes
were not only fun to sing, but just as fun to listen to.
it AW imwi Q
Kai Glee Club can do almost any-
thing, even sing in the Fine Arts
Program. fbi Ready, waiting, and
willing to sing one of their selec-
tions, "There's a Little Wheel a-
Turnin' in my Heart", is the Fresh-
man Chorus. QCD A new group on
the scene is the Sophomore En-
semble singing "Both Sides Now"
FRONT ROW: Veronica Quirk
and Kitty Navins. BACK ROW'
Nyla Hallas, Mari Smith, Sue Kirst,
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Club sing first time
How come we don't sound as professional as
the choir? ... "It's the time of the season for
singing" We know, we know ... What if
my voice cracks tonight? ... just fill it in ...
Don't be funny. This is a serious song ... May-
be our little group will grow into a Vocal
Ensemble? ,.. Maybe not? ,.. Look at all those
people out there! I'm scared I lied
when I said I could sing. I can't! Are you
chewing gum? Why Mr. Anderson, I
wouldn't chew gum during rehearsal To
the risers, girls ... As long as you're in the front
row, at least move your mouth . , . "There's a
Little Wheel a Turnin' in my Heart" ,.. are you
tal Freshmen in Chorus concentrate on the music during
their class. fbi In Chorus, freshmen study the music before
starting to sing. tcl The freshmen have done it again! The
Ensemble is hereto stay.
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Vocal, joint band
AIVIM music dept.
Murray-Hill band may not be big but we play
with orchestra enthusiasm, ... Vocal Ensemble
at Benilde for a performance ... "HAlRl" ...
I've wanted to be in Vocal ever since I was a
frosh. Too bad I can't sing ... Our band lost at
De LeSalle? Trophies for Vocal in both
Murray and Hill's talent shows. l always knew
they would go on to greater things Band
wouldn't miss so many fifth period classes if
Mr. A. would only remember to pick them up
after noon practices at Hill Mr. Borsheim,
could we take it from the top? I didn't get my
music turned fast enough ... Have you found
the new band room? There's been some shift-
ing in the back halls .,, joint band practice
sure cuts into my lunch time .., Oh well, it's a
way to lose weight - slow starvation.
Cal Vocal sings a few selections of their own while the choruses
are fidgeting backstage. tbl At Awards Day they had their own
show as they sang "Graduation Day" and "1etPlane". ich Band,
new and still growing, gathers during fourth hour at Hill for
practice. Cdl Reenie Twohy watches over janet jones' piano
while waiting to go on stage for Awards Day.
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As interest in speaking grew, Murray or-
ganized its first speech club. Participating
in the first Round Robin held at Murray
are Cal Terry Neiters, a junior here at Mur-
ray and tbl Tim Mullaney, a junior from
Nazareth Hall. fcl With the knack for talk-
ing that we know she has, Anne Marie Gil-
len won a first place trophy for her extem-
Having your ability to talk become a valuable
asset ,.. But how come no one spoke up about
the fact that we hadn't elected our officers at
the end of the first semester? .. . Speech club
wasn't all talk, ... There was finding a speech
to give .. . What's wrong with my inTONation?
"meeting in room 123 for speech club
members at 12:05" - final preprarations for
the Round Robin ... I wish it had gone south
for the winter ... I remember the first time I
gave a speech before a large audience, I felt
awfully small ... then I thought of Mrs. Fisher
lt's not whether you win or lose, it's how
you say the thing that counts ... trying to give
an extemporaneous speech on "manifest desti-
ny" ... speech is something that I find useful
outside of contests in the library in
Members ask only
forjourn ey soon
to exciting France
There's a strange voice coming out of these
earphones .., I think he's speaking French ,ii
Why can't we go to Paris this year? Pas
d'argent ... Anyone want to buy a raffle ticket
for a gift certificate at Dayton's? ... Mrs. Smith
could I possibly bring some real French wine?
... I saw this French man downtown and I said
"Bonjour" and he just looked at me - Maybe
he didn't understand Every time I see a
French movie they speak Frenchg I can't under-
stand a word they're saying ... With a "Carou-
sel" theme we could model almost anything
...And we did! ...How can you make a bake
sale be "Frenchy"? . . I Would you believe Eif-
fel Tower-shaped cookies? . ,. Does "Le Fin"
mean the end, or is that an advertisement? ...
Mrs. Smith, how do you say groovy in French?
I.. France seems so far away.
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tal Barb Schneeman stops to chat with
Colleen Dramdahl about the latest styles.
And, of course, she just happens to be
wearing one from Carousel where
clothes are the "in thing." tbl Lining up
the "beauties" from the show we can see
a distinct trend in the turn of fashions.
Each person uniquely displayed her out-
fit with the grace and ease of a real mod-
el. Mari Smith, Shelley Drake, Mary Koll-
er, Mary Gagne, Sue Poole, Ann Voda,
ludy Strobel and Barb Schneeman make
up the beautiful array, lcl Mrs. Klohs and
Mrs. Smith also added to the show and
modeled two very stylish outfits. Cdl Of
course it's never all play and no work
Ann discovers, as plans for the style show
are in motion. tel With the theme of
Carousel, the girls decorated the stage
with horses such as you would find on a
carousel. A girl from the shop came over,
modeled an outfit of her own and then
went on to describe each outfit as it was
Pins made by members stimulate pride
I don't think we could bake cookies in the kiln!
I just spilt magenta paint on my uniform.
You know, I like it better than the gray ... Yes,
me too ... This club allows me to divert my
inner tensions into something creative, be-
sides, it's fun . . . That is not a doorstop, it's my
sculpture! ... If we work really well maybe Sis-
ter Irene will display our artifacts during Fine
Arts Week You're making papier-mache
ark for the papier-malche animals? ... Do you
prefer oil, acrylic or water? Well, really crayon
... I like the originality of your mobile, but
won't your family be difficult to hang?
Don't sneeze! There goes my paper mosaic . . .
But if you put your signature in the corner it
ruins the whole picture ... It seems like we
never have enough time.
fa? Kathy Todd's papier-mache giraffe seems to be coming
along pretty well. Will it be done in time for Fine Arts Week,
Kathy? tbl Is Sister Irene merely adjusting her glasses or is it a
gesture of total despair over someone's clay masterpiece? ICJ
Bending over the kiln, Art Club member Mary Schiltgen makes
her own club pin. All members learned the techniques of cop-
per enamelling to make individually designed pins. Idj Club
president Sally Babler finds papier-mache a pretty gooey mess.
Red Cross Club
Care packages just one project of the club
Sister Agnes, l was wondering if you knew why
Clara Barton decided on a red cross? I mean,
why not a blue shield? ... Sending care pack-
ages to Vietnam ... The next time the Missis-
sippi floods we're going on rescue duty. That's
certainly something to look forward to! ...
How come we have to belong to a club that
helps people? You don't have to, you want to
- don't you? .. . Ciirls, please don't forget to
bring cigar boxes. We have to have them be-
fore we can decorate them for the elderly ...
Let's get a head start on first aid. We can prac-
tice mouth to mouth resuscitation at Hill
When the infirmary's too crowded maybe we
could set up a Red Cross station. How about in
the cafeteria? . . , Red Cross is always working
behind the scenes ... You're really a valuable
member of Red Cross Why? Because
you care enough to be helpful.
Ca,bJ One big project for Red Cross Club members is pre-
paring scrapbooks and scrapbook kits for youngsters in
hospitals. This involves many hours of going through mag-
azines and cutting out suitable pictures for these club
members. ici Chris Weyandt addresses the club, perhaps
checking on their progress with the scrapbooks? tdi lf this
discussion gets any more heated, maybe the club will have
a chance to use their first aid skills!
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Displaying a rare type of talent, Kal Nancy Lee and Rocky Sarrack, tbl Beata Zweber and Diane Horwath, compete for king and
queen of Powder puff activities. lcl In a team huddle, the Girly Ghosts "spook up" a few choice ideas.
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tal Mrs. Renteria gives a little needed advice while C-,A.A. offi-
cers Mary lo Shields, lan Altstatt, and Cathy Horwath listen at-
tentively. tbl Plotting their strategy, GAA. girls plan for the up-
coming basketball game. Leading the team conference, Mary lo
Shields poses possible plays. tcl Though speed and height are
two desirable characteristics of a good basketball player, con-
centration is also necessary. Keeping this in mind, Sarah Io Pel-
tier deliberately takes aim before shooting the ball.
powder puffs : GAA
It's like phy ed without any tests .,. Being con-
sidered out of uniform for forgetting a broom?
... That was for the day we played broomball
out on the parking lot ... Proudly telling your
friends that you made a basket in basketball-
forgetting to mention that it took five attempts
.M Mistaking Mrs. Renteria for one of the new
club members Net serves in volleyball ...
Sommersaults on the trampoline Swim-
ming after school ... Gracefully falling off the
balance beam .,. The Girly Ghosts against the
Wicked Witches in the First Annual Halloween
Powder Puff Making Beata Zweber and
Diane Horvath king and queen of the festivities
.,. The carmel apple sale ,,. Electing next
years' officers ... Who will they be? .., I'd
never make it - Oh well, that's the way the
ball bounces, right? ...
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lah Mary lo Shields assists Mrs. Renteria in some last minute
tasks before the close of the school year. tbl Can you canoe?
Well, it looks like Mary Baber, Mary Lynn Stoffels and Robin
Newes can! lc! Toss up! Shanny wins - Now for the big game.
ld! Easy out, easy out. Poor Nancy, Sheila and Diane seem to get
a few chuckles out of her batting average. tel S. Marie seems to
be following the rule of not moving her feet, in other words,
she's a good pivoter! ffl Well, here we are again, back at the
canoe trip and this time Iill, Mary, Mary Lynn and Robin all
seem to want a little action around the fire, We're cold! lgl But
good ol' Sharon Ewald is satisfied with just plain "duffing it." thi
Come on Miss Meisen. Spin that ball and drop it in the basket
Anybody can do it, even a teacher!
GAA finds spring
ideal for St. Croix
Is there anything in the basketball rules that
says teachers can cheat? ... Strike three -
you're out! .. . Strike? Who said strike? I can
never win in bowling . .. Modern dance is fun,
but couldn't we try just a little rock 'n roll? ... I
think horseback riding is O.K., but my seat sure
doesn't. In fact I don't think my horse does ei-
ther! .. . Playing basketball with the teachers
used to be fun, but when you get teachers that
can make baskets - well, that's a horse of a dif-
ferent color Horse? Did somebody say
horse? I lost mine somewhere in the rain back
on the trail at Hilltop ... All they told me was
you have to get all ten pins down, they didn't
say which ones though. So they are in the next
alley I asked Mrs. Renteria if she could
jump ten feet and she said no - can you? ..,
Canoe? Who said something about a canoe?
After today I never want to see another canoe
- Sunburn ,., But we all know that GAA is fun
,.. GAA? Did I hear somebody say GAA? Do
we have a meeting or something?
Classics Club uses
profits from jewelry
to journey to Athens
Hic, Haec, Hoc ... Hujus, Hujus, Hujus ... Hi!
... Mary Hajlo a president? ...4 Listen you guys
N.j.C.L. Pat Schram, parliamentarian
... Sister Rosemary ... Selling jewelry ... But
it only costs 542.50 Winter fashion show,
"Holiday Highlights" ... Door prizes ... What
a way to get rid of their jewelry ... Christmas
with the Asenbrenners Your new vice-
president is jackie Nadeau Winona week-
end Is it true they aren't going to have
chaperones? ... My mother paid me to go , ..
Minnesota State Convention Do the boys
outnumber the girls or am I assigned in the
boys' dorm? ...Welcome to Athens, Ohio.
Cal Christmas trees are a good place to relax for Mary Hajlo.
tbl A party without food and presents? Not this one, say
these three freshmen. tcl Classics Club members harmo-
nize on traditional Christmas carols at their party. Cdl Final
adjustments are made on the style show outfit worn by
sophomore Peggy Ciallagher. fel Pausing beside the tree,
hungry party-goers eye the tempting food. ffl Mary jo Carr
receives the final once-over before modeling her jo Farho
outfit. tgl Artful arranging of their jewelry in the display
case boosts sales to a record high, the money earned going
toward a trip to the national convention in Ohio.
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Miter ... What's that? ls it a newspaper? No -
It's a bishop's crook - er - Staff, right - a
newspaper staff . t. Nine issues - really? lt was
a long pull for an activity fee .. . Who's Kooky
Kaptions? . . . Do actions answer only if you try
.. . Who's "B"? . . . We've just got to get or-
ganized - maybe tomorrow .., What hap-
pened to MurMurs? All which is fact is
printable - but you've gotta write it good . , .
Paste-ups Sniffing glue can be dangerous
or fun Too much white space No, it's
balanced ,.. On May 15 the '70 Miter goes to
bed till September . . . But a paper never dies.
by Mary O'Neill
tal Demonstrating a paste-up for the Open House Barb
Sagstetter, Connie Stepan and Cindy Gentile show Mrs.
Sven Bang how a newspaper is put together. tbl Folding
the papers for distribution in classes the next day, Gail Cros-
selin takes a few minutes out of the day to do one of those
extra necessary jobs of a paper. tcl Putting out a newspaper
takes a lot more than writing it down. Lectures were given
in all areas of newspaper and yearbook production at a
workshop at the University of Minnesota. Standing on the
steps of Northrup Auditorium, Mary Anne Beck and Betsy
Baumann work on a schedule to cover all the possible
areas of interest for their staffs. Miss Ruemmele, yearbook
advisor, checks the mall for stray girls before going to her
selection. The afternoon was finished with a talk by Charles
Kuralt speaking on human interest reporting.
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Kathy Meyer use pen and typewriter to put these brainstorms
into print. tbl Trying to raise enough money Cindy Reetz sells
subscriptions. tcl Writing for a yearbook can be challenging and
fun, Betty Tedesco sits wondering whether that bit of humor
will pass the censor. Cdl A dirty look can do marvelous things, so
Nancy Passofaro gives it a try with a layout that just isn't coming
to life the way they usually do. Having missed the look Peggi
Quinn and Diane Elmquist keep right on working.
What is a yearbook made of? ... Late working
hours ,.. Lots of laughing and giggling . ., late
night "dinners" in the dimly lit cafeteria
frantic haste as the deadline rolls around
But Miss Ruemmele, why can't I use that
caption? Layouts and more layouts
What's this? A new room? ... How come they
get the windows? ... How many times have I
told you - there's six picas to an inch ,,. Six
what? ... Come on girls - let's wake up ...
Can I have a new 3-R ... Can anybody find
page TI3? Three captions go in that little
space? Miss Ruemmele, you look tired, I
wonder why? ... Competition with MITER ...
Now we need a whole supplement - there
goes my summer! What about that over-
night and "all" the work we got done? .., Do
you think we can make All-American?
New club provides
leadership at Mass
I want to hear it again, only louder this time ..
Is my guitar tuned? It doesn't sound like yours
... There's no such thing as church music ...
God loves a hearty voice no matter what .. . S.
Marie, have you noticed any changes in my
vocal chords lately? ... I can't sing that good
but l hum pretty well We need more gui-
tars to play louder - Is that a hint? ... l'll have
you know there's more to our music than
meets the eye - excuse me, the ear ,. , Girls, I
want you to know that you are responsible for
the success of this Mass ... What ever hap-
pened to self-soul music? .., Now we have
English ,.. Let's try those syllables again, girls
.., Gur Father has soul ,.. ls it CGD7 or
Cal Leading the song and singing loud, S. Marie directs Cindy
Shriener and Mary Wiese in an up-beat hymn.
fel In an attempt to raise money
for her club's sake, Pat Furlong
delivers a very professional sales
pitch. ffl Deep discussions con-
cerning any and all problems in-
volving relationships between
persons create thoughts for Mary
Kay Woulf, Bridget Selz and Nyla
Hallas to ponder.
Providing the needed background music for the Liturgy
Club members Margie Walz and idl Kathy Borowske wait for
their Cue as tbl Mary Lallier and Cindy Shriener harmonize.
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Club starts drive to
put their conviction
into a real situation
If I were an Indian, I'd really be proud! ... So
I'm only a Baptist ... S. Anita, herefs another
shirt for the clothing drive I love people.
It's getting to know them that I can't be both-
ered with Minority groups aren't less im-
portant - they're the best of the majority . . .
No one I like is prejudiced against me I.. Inci-
dentally, when are we going to meet with the
kids from St. Peter CIaver's Wednesday? I
think I can make it I'm going to Africa to
study prejudice . .. I'm going next door to bor-
row some sugar .,. Did you know that black
and white aren't even on the color wheel? ,.. I
feel sorry for people who get stepped on ,. , I
feel sorry for people with big feet .. , Did you
hear the speaker from the Interracial Council?
,., Do you belong to the Human Relations
Club? .,. Doesn't everyone?
How does she look so great every morning? I
have all I can do to get up in the morning .,,
You got a wig! I didn't think you'd get your hair
cut after all the time it took you to grow it ...
Or did you? ... You look fine, just unroll your
skirt, tuck in your blouse, comb your hair ...
The rule says "match" not "the same as'f, it says
"match" ,,. I say that pink and fuchsia match
.., I lost my name pin. How 'bout if I pinned
on my bus card? ... I know I learn better when
I'm comfortable, so how about changing the
uniform to blue jeans and T-shirts? ,.. What's
better than a plaid shoe lace in your shoe? Plaid
shoe laces in both shoes ... Being well dressed
can be a matter of opinion But whose
opinion? Mine or the Establishment's? .., Sol
looked in the mirror and I said to myself-
Something's missing and I finally figured it out
- it was the long skirt that was missing .., Ev-
erybody's gone "mini" Personality can be
shown by your clothes. I may be a slob but at
least I'm sincere.
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tal Over here, Father. Here I am. The kind of person you need for your new
church. A real swinger! Move in a little closerp now move out. Do these chalk
lines represent the size of the church in No. St. Paul or was someone playing
hopscotch? Oh darn, we have to go back in now and it was such a beautiful day.
Thank you, Father. It was our pleasure. tbl Posing for her individual picture,
Mariann Lethert experiences something new for the 1970 yearbook. tcl Senior
photos are unique candids as Kathy Stahlmann proves to us.
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Green tags, locks on
Why be a frosh? ... I have to start somewhere
. .. How come we're the only ones with green
tags? I won't be caught dead in one of
those gym uniforms . .. But there's no food left
by our shift ... Can't we eat with the
UPPERCLASSMEN? .,. Let's ask her where to
go ... This place is really huge ... Somebody
stole my locker ... What do you mean another
hall? .., Will we look like that when we're
seniors? I lost my schedule Back seats
again What's guidance - I haven't been
bad ... Why do we have a treasury? ... But
Miss Boland, who wants to buy Christmas can-
lockers mark freshmen
dles in October? Which color would you
like - red, green, yellow or blue? ... Wow!
The earth has been in existence for 4 billion
years ... If revolutions worked in France, why
don't they in Sister Mark's class? ... I just can't
give a speech in front of all those people! ... I
thought short stories were short Who is
playing at the dance? - Can we go? ... How
come we have more books? - We don't, we
just have shorter arms . .. When do we start
getting electives? ... Oh - next year when
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Starting out their four years right, frosh start raising money their first year tab Sue Bibeau requests more candles in an effort to be
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fect time for them to have some fun. And what, I ask you, is
more fun than building a snowman and dressing him in the
latest fashion, complete with jacket, scarf and student
council badge? The only thing missing is the shoes. fbi The
fun soon ends, however, when the sun comes out to melt
the creation, not to mention the pealing of a bell and the
disappearance of the creators, who are onto bigger and
better things. lcl Like everyone else, Bev Bonin knows
study has to go along with fun. ldl Although Kim Freed-
lund knows that Mr. Asenbrenner isn't ten feet tall, you
can't blame her for thinking he's pretty close to nine feet
eleven and one half inches.
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Hey, now we can call THEM "dumb frosh" .. .
Sister Brigid, I think Biff Rose explains evolu-
tion much better .. . No more locks . .. Ithink
I'm flunking Phy. Ed. I sold my history
book to a frosh for three dollars ... Isn't Mrs.
Smith slender? ... A gym night with Hill boys
... When? ... Sister Brigid turning ten shades
of red in biology . . . Hey, we get our Iowa tests
back in guidance today Sister told me I
communicate too much in Religion ... Geom-
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these juniors don't stop pushing us out of the
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socks! . . . Do boys go on our retreats? Sign me
up, quick! ... How come it had to snow right
on the night of OUR dance? ... Parlez - vous
Francais? ... Great! No guidance this week ...
just think - Silver Belle - our first formal
dance ... Are you going? Rah, rat - we
made "B" squad cheerleaders Can you
yell? Try out for Hill's new Pep Club . .. My lit-
tle sister was 200 different girls ... Wow, only
two more years left! ...Time sure flies ... one
short summer left to grow into juniors.
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juniors receive new rings,' keep old traditions
What? Class rings arrive via - Santa Claus? "joy
in the Morning" ... Betty Tedesco freaks out
with Mickey Mouse Sister Mary Katherine
trying to conceal her political party preference
... Enjoying CYC retreats and learning how to
find "ourselves" College, college, college
- and what the future holds for us ...
Upperclassmen? Yes we are! Our first
dance with who else but the Yellow Dog Con-
tract ... Prom - our fervent hopes for dates
... Watching movies in the auditorium for Film
and the Novel while munching our lunches ...
Mrs. Klohs acting out French definitions...
Pajamas in the gym? And who are those weary-
eyed elders? . Andrews Sisters in the
auditorium? . . . Who's to become future presi-
dent of Student Council Sneaking in the
lunchroom on "A" shift Going out for
breakfast one cold winter's morn What's
this? I just spent the fifty cents I owe Kathy ...
Sing a song of farewell ... So long seniors -
until we meet again Prom decorations -
Let's see, what colors can we use? Senior
year already? ... How did we ever make it? ...
Wow! I think we're going to miss this year.
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are Ann Hacker, vice-president, Trudee Neid, secretary-trea-
surer, and Sally McEvoy, president.
C. Hoertsch, B. Hoffman, D. Horvath, C. Hudalla
M. jackson, S. jenkins, M. johnson, P. Kieffer
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tal In spite of the fact that the program is over, everyone is in their
pajamas and it's getting late, girl-talk keeps these juniors going
strong into the early morning hours. lbl Sister Marie discovers the
joys of chaperoning as she joins the juniors in their drowsy midnight
hootenanny. And the p-j party rolls along-
Fearless, the senior class officers examine their pic-
tures: Chris Opitz, vice-president, Mary lo Wojcik,
secretary-treasurer and Marilee Marrinan,
Roxanne Achilles lanetAltstatt Nancy Anderson
Susan Anderson Jeanine Armstrong Mary Aune
Sally Babler Kathleen Balsimo Kathleen Barrett
Jeanne Barry Patricia Bartolic Maureen Bauer
Going to school is always a lot more fun when it means going to a
dance. Dori Schweitz finds this to be very true as she and her partner
dance to the psychedelic beat ofthe Paisleys.
Elizabeth Baumann Mary Anne Beck Colleen Belisle Nancy Bemlott loan Bierrrreier
Christine Bogdan Mary Borre Deborah Boschert Mary Bouthilet Judy Brandt
Margaret Braun Gail Brennhofer Patricia Brickzen Diane Brown Catherine Burdette
Social, academic functions involve seniors
Setting the pattern .. . Our class is really great,
our class is great Dancing to the Paisely's
... Football games ... Parties afterward ...
Forgot about the Social test? - blame it on
Mondays What is economics again?
...GNP A, Whatcha doing this weekend? ...
the feeling that was born at the meeting in 109
,,. Where did you say King's Retreat House is?
. . , Buffalo, Minnesota? . . . Three Days to get
away from it all and see yourself .., f'We're
leaving on a jet plane" ... ls the Washington
Memorial taller than the Statue of Liberty? ...
l've heard of lulius Caesar in Rome - but in
South America? Don't forget to write me
out a picture Study hard - class ranks are
coming out Skiing over Christmas vaction
... Patterns and material are exchanged as the
Silver Belle Ball draws near How to find a
sweetheart for the Valentine's Dance - try the
wrestling matches and hockey games The
Hat Paraders march again - but in spring? ...
The questions and planning in guidance for the
future become "now" Our lasts Our
beginnings ... The class of "70" means
Jeanne Capaul Mary Capistrant Patricia Capistrant Elizabeth Casey Rose Christoffel
joy Ciernia Margaret Clarkin Deborah Cloutier Eileen Casey Kathleen Conroy
Nancy Cournoyer lacklyn Cull Mary DiCosimo Laura Doughty Patricia Doyle
cate someone to give her a message. lbl
Cindy Gentile volunteers to help anyone in
the media center.
Cal Checking the files, Bernie Lais tries to lo-
-,-if - , . x w 1:-.ez-gf
Mary lean Felix
5enior'5 life takes on variety in course of day
Mary Kay Fleming Patricia Foley
Lunch time becomes a fun time for seniors as
they enjoy a change of pace, Terri Monette
prays over her flowerp perhaps the sun from
the dome will do it some good.
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As freshmen in 1967, Pat Capistrant, Marilee Marri-
nan and julie O'Rourke participate in class
Lost as frosh,
blue pillar helps
"Those were the days my friends" A
time when you actually had to look for
the blue pillar ... Initiating pleated skirts
- even if we did sew them up .,. Sneak-
ing into an upperclassmen dance at Hill,
only to find your heart throb coat-
checking all night ... Struggling to open
your basement locker to the flickering
flame of Sister Marie's candle the morn-
ing the lights went out ,.. Being asked to
leave the library for wearing the wooden
shoes on display ... Sitting on the floor of
the auditorium because there weren't
enough seats ... Begging to please have a
real live band for the sophomore mixer -
lt's Now Winterfs Day ... Doing anything
to raise money to have prom away -
even a stocking-footed dance in the gym
... Seeing what Sister Mary Charles was
getting at Feeding Miss Zuercher's
chameleon carmel corn - how were we
to know they couldn't eat it? ... Oh yes!
Those were the day.
by Diane Brown
Anne Marie Gillen
Maureen Frazer Mary Gangl
Elizabeth Gelbmann Cynthia Gentile
Marilyn Glanzer Diane Golla
Gail Gosselin jean Grabowski
Willing to endure anything
with their students, tal Mrs.
Sauer and tbl Mr. Cesarek
paint brave smiles on their
faces after buying hot lunch
back in 1967. By '69, hot
lunch was a thing of the
past, giving way to the
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Catherine Huth Patrica Hynan Barbara lones janet lones Mary lungwirth
JoAnn Kaase joan Kaeder Kathleen Kamrath Leslie Kearney Patricia Keller
Mary Kelly Frances Kirst lulie Ann Kling Karne Kohler Rosemary Korba
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Mary lane Leach
Seniors come up with unusual study habits
Susan McDonough Mary MCF3rlaf1d
tal Kathy Gates looks over her next hour's as-
signment and laughs knowing that she can't
finish it. tbl In religion, these seniors find
"passive and bored" the best way to be. ici
Uniquely, Peggy Braun really studies,
Mary lean Moris
Sophisticated women of tomorrow, Mary jane Leach
and Kathy Kamrath take a relaxing break from their
A AM t,
Mary jo Rensch
Trying to think on Mr. Asenbrenner's level, Nancy Westlund, Mar-
ianne Muckerheide, Chris Opitz and Dori Schwietz show they don't
need Kellogg's Corn Flakes to tall up.
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not only hope ofthe
future, but also a lot of
homework as Mary
Heinan finds out the
first week of school.
But trying to get on
the bus creates an in-
teresting problem. lbl
Participating in Hill's
sports program, Mur-
ray girls attentively
watch every move and
play of the football
Margaret Schwietz Bridget Selz Mary Seran
tal Preparations for college begin with choosing a school. Marilee
Marrinan talks with a representative fromk St. Teresa's, one ofthe possi-
ble choices. tbl Getting accepted is another thing. With this in mind,
Colleen Molitor tackles her psychology course with renewed efforts.
Mary Ellen Slater
Sally Ann Smith
HP- Connie Stepan
open to future for
benefit of seniors
Doors beckon ... Which one? ... I want to go
to college ... I really deserve a trip to
California A beautician trainee at St. Paul
Vocational Then I can make money I
want to be an elementary teacher - Winona
isn't too far away ... There's a shortage of vet-
erinarians in the world ... Be logical! We'll all
get married anyway ,,. I'm going to the U. of
M. at Morris . , , This is our one chance to show
we believe in individualism ... I'm going to be
a paratrooper The University's a big place
.., But we can make it.
Cal "My fourth hours are most fulfilling," senior
Bridget Selz informs us between bites. She supple-
ments her lunch from home with a soft drink from
the machine and the sound of her radio. tbl A few
tables away, Mickey Henne checks her temperature
in hopes that a fever or some such evil will force her
to leave school. Mary Granse doesn't seem too con-
cerned about Mickey's health.
Patrice Timm janig Tiggek loan Tobritzhofer
Kathleen Todd Laura Tougignam Kristine Trenda
Beverly Tschida Maureen Twohy Kathleen Vetter
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Mary Wagner Carol Walek Mary Kaye Walsh
ici Kathy Grochowski loses the bet but seems quite happy about it all
as she eats more than just one Lay's potato chip.
Margaret Walz Mary Walz Patricia wappel Bonnie W2:lSienSki DGNSG Weber
Kathryn Weese Nancy Westlund Christine Weyandt Ann Wiberg CHFOIG WibliShauSer
ludith Wilson Cynthia Winkler Mary lo Wojcik IoAnne Yanish Cynthia Zenz
Susan Zimmel Deborah Zimmerman Beata Zweber
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ger pains" vanish during 4th period
ACHILLES, ROXANNE Auxilia 1'
ALTSTATT, IAN GAA1,2,3,45 NHS 3,45
ANDERSON, NANCY Nature Club 25
Spanish Club 3.
ANDERSON, SUE Choir 45 Drama 1,25
35 Freshman Chorus5 Glee Club 35 YCS
ARMSTRONG, IEANINE Audio Visual
25 Library Club 1.
AUNE, MARY LOU Band 15 Nature
BABLER, SALLY Cadet Teachers 35
Choir 3,45 Drama 15 French Club 35
Cilee Club 25 Nature Club 25 Vocal En-
BALSIMO, KATHY Drama 1,35 GAA 2,
45 Flagtwirlers 45 VERBUM 4.
BARRETT, KATHY Choir 2,3,45 Drama
1,35 Freshman Chorus5 Latin Club 25
MITER 45 Student Council Secretary 35
Vocal Ensemble 4.
BARRY,lEANNE Auxilia 15 Drama 3.
BARTOLIC, PATTI Choir 2,3,45 Drama
35 Freshman Chorus5 Library Club 15
Vocal Ensemble 4.
BAUER, MAUREEN Auxilia 15 Choir 2,
3,45 Class Vice President 25 Freshman
BAUMANN, BETSY Audio Visual
Club 15 Drama 35 French Club 2,35
Homeroom Chairman 35 MITER Editor
45 NHS 3,4.
BECK, MARY ANNE Current Events
Club 25 Drama 35 French 2,35 NHS 3,4.
Mary Lou Aune
BEMLOTT, NANCY Auxilia 25 Cilee
Club 45 Human Relations Club 4.
BIERMEIER, IOANIE Audio Visual
Club 15 Auxilia 25 Drama 35 Human
Relations Club 4.
BOGDAN, CHRIS Drama 35 Nature
BORRE, MARY PAT Auxilia 25 Drama
35 Homeroom Chairman 15 Human
Relations Club 4.
BOSCHERT, DEBBIE LOU Drama 3.
BOUTHILET, MARY Band 2,3,45 Choir
2,3,45 French Club 35 Freshman Cho-
BRANDT, IUDY CIAA 15 Human Rela-
tions Club 4.
BRAUN, PECIGI Library Club 1,2,3,4.
BRENNHOFER, GAIL Business Club
35 Drama 1.
BRICKZEN, PAT Drama 15 Library 2,3,
BROWN, DIANE Drama 1,35 Home-
room Secretary 35 VERBUM 2,3,45 YCS
25 Verbum Copy Co-Editor 4.
BURDETTE, CATHlEChoir 45 Drama
35 Glee Club 3.
CAPAUL, IEANNE Auxilia 3.
CAPISTRANT, MARY Nature Club 2.
CAPISTRANT, PAT Drama 1,35 Home-
room Chairman 25 VERBUM 2,3,45 YCS
CASEY, LIBBY Drama 15 CAA 35 MIT-
ER 45 Nature Club 25 Thespians 3,4.
CHRISTOFFEL, ROSE Art Club 35 YCS
CIERNIA, JOY Homeroom Alternate
45 Drama 35 French Club 2.
CLARKIN, MARGIE Current Events
Club 25 French Club 2,3.
CLOUTIER, DEB Drama 2,3.
COLBERT, EILEEN Cheerleading 2,45
Choir 2,3,45 Class President 15 French
Club 25 Freshman Chorus5 GAA 15
Homeroom Chairman 15 NHS 3,4.
CONROY,KATHY Nature Club 2.
COURNOYER, NANCY Drama 1,35
Human Relations 45 YCS 2.
DiCOSlMO, MARY Auxilia 15 French
Club 35 Homeroom Chairman 3.
DOUGHTY, LAURA Nature Club 2.
DOYLE, PAT Library Club 2.
DRABCZAK, ROXANNE Business
Club 35 Drama 15 Homeroom Chair-
man 45 Poster Club 2.
DREVNICK, MARGIE Library Club 1,
DRISCOLL, MAUREEN Drama 15
French Club 35 Thespians 2,3,4.
DUCHARME, PAT Drama 1,3,45
Homeroom Secretary 15 Red Cross 2.
EMERSON, IILL Choir 2,35 French
Club 35 Freshman Chorus5 Nature Club
ENGBERG, LINDA Latin Club 15 Red
ERTLE, IULIE Auxilia 25 Drama 1,35
Homeroom Chairman 2.
EWALD,CHRlS Latin Club1.
EWALD, SHER Choir 3,45 Drama 3,45
CIAA 2,3,45 Glee Club 25 MITER 45 Na-
ture Club 15 Speech Club 4.
FELIX, MARY IEAN Auxilia 15 Audio
FISCHBACH, IOAN Library Club 253,
FITZGERALD, DIANE Auxilia 35 Dra-
ma 15 Freshman Chorus5 Red Cross 25
FLEMINCI, MARY KAY Math Club 25
NHS 3,45 NHS President 4.
FOLEY, PAT Latin Club 15 Red Cross
ERATTO, MARY Band 1,2,3,4.
CIANGL, MARY Homeroom Alter-
nate 45 Auxilia 15 Freshman Chorus.
GATES, KATHY Audio Visual 3,45
Cheerleader 2,45 GAA 25 Nature Club
GELBMANN, BETTY Audio Visual 3,45
French Club 35 Red Cross 1,2.
CIENTILE, CINDY Audio Visual 3,45
French Club 35 Red Cross 1,2.
GILLEN, ANNE MARIE Cadet Teach-
ers 35 Drama 15 Freshman Chorus5 Glee
GLANZER, MARILYN Drama 1,35 Red
GOLLA, DIANE Freshman Chorus5
Library Club 15 Red Cross.
GOLLA, GAIL Red Cross 2.
GOSSELIN, GAIL Choir 45 Drama 35
French Club 25 Freshman Chorus5 Glee
Club 35 Human Relations Club 45 Li-
GRANSE, MARY Drama 35 French
Club 35 Nature Club 2.
GROCHOWSKI, KATHLEEN Auxilia
35 Cheerleader 45 Freshman Chorus5
Class Secretary-Treasurer 35 GAA 1,45
Glee Club 2,3.
CiROTE,CHERl Auxilia 3.
HACKER, MARY Audio Visual 25
Drama 1,35 Homeroom Chairman 35
Nature Club 25 Student Council Vice
HAILO, PAME Choir 25 Drama 1,25
MITER 45 Poster Club 2,35 Thespians 4.
HANSEN, DEBBIE Auxilia 35 CIAA 45
Red Cross 2.
HARTIGAN, IAN Drama 1,35 GAA 2.
HAWTHORNE, LAURI Audio Visual
1,25 Auxilia 15 Freshman Chorus.
HEINEN, MARY French Club 35
Homeroom Secretary 35 Nature Club 25
NHS 3,45 Red Cross Club 15 VERBUM 2,
HENNE, MICKEY GAA 45 Homeroom
Chairman 45 Spanish Club 35 Speech
Club 45 YCS 2.
HEPBURN, BARB Drama 1.
HIDDING,IUDY Library Club'I,2,3,4.
HOCHSTEIN, PATTI Choir 2,3,45
Freshman Chorus5 Nature Club 15
Spanish Club 35 Vocal Ensemble 4.
HORWATH, CATHY Cheerleader 1,2,
3, 45 Class President 35 Freshman Cho-
rus5 GAA 2,3,45 Glee Club 25 Home-
room Chairman 2.
HUCIO, SUE Drama I5 CIAA 35 YCS 2.
HUTH, CATHY Choir 2,3,45 Drama I5
HYNAN, PAT Audio Visual 1,25 Math
IONES, BARB Audio Visual 1,2,35
Math Club 25 Nature Club 3.
IONES, IAN Choir 2,3,45 Classics Club
25 Drama 15 Freshman Chorus5 Great
Books Club 35 Spanish Club 35 Speech
Club 45 Vocal Ensemble 4.
IUNGWIRTH, MARY KAY Drama 25
KAASE, IO ANN Drama 35 Red Cross
KAEDER,IONI Drama 3.
KAMRATH, KATHY Cheerleader 1,2,
3,45 GAA 1,2,35 Glee Club 45 Home-
room Alternate 45 Homeroom Secre-
KEARNEY, LESLIE Audio Visual 1,25
Auxilia 15 Choir 2,3,45 Freshman Cho-
KELLER, PATRICIA Audio Visual 45
Calm 25 Homeroom Secretary 15 Red
Cross 1,25 Service Club 3.
KELLY,MARY Auxilia 3.
KIRST, FRANCIE Auxilia 35 French
Club 25 Library Club 15 Spanish Club 3.
KLINCLIULIE Drama 35 MITER4.
KOHLER, KAREN Crlee Club 45 Li-
brary Club 35 Nature Club 2.
KORBA, ROSE Choir 3,45 Freshman
Chorus5 Glee Club 25 Library Club 45
Red Cross 2.
LACASSE, MARY Band 'I,2,3,4.
LAIS, BERNIE Audio Visual 3,45 Clas-
ics Club 15 Flagtwirler 45 GAA 35 Re-
flections 45 YCS 2.
Mary lane Leach
LANGEVIN, CHRIS Drama 15 Flag-
twirler 45 Freshman Chorus5 GAA 2,3,45
Homeroom Chairman 1,3,45 VERBUM
LASCHINCER, CINDY Cadet Teach-
ers 35 Drama 35 GAA 15 Human Rela-
tions Club 45 YCS 2.
LALJSS, IAN Audio Visual 45 Drama 35
Cilee Club 45 Nature Club 2,3.
LEACH, MARY IANE Homeroom
Chairman 35 Latin Club 1,25 Student
Council President45 YCEF 3.
LIBRA, NANCY Latin Club 1,2.
LIESENFELD, DEE DEE Drama 35 Hu-
man Relations Club 4.
MARRINAN, MARILEE Class Presi-
dent 45 Classics Club 1,25 Homeroom
Chairman 25 NHS 3,45 REFLECTIONS
MARRONE,TERRlE Choir 3,45 Drama
15 Glee Club 25 Freshman Chorus5
Vocal Ensemble 45 YCS 2.
MCDONOUGH, PEGGY Drama 35
MCDONOUGH, SUE Drama Club 35
MCFARLAND, MARY Audio Visual 1,
25 YCS 2.
MCFARLANE, PATTI Drama 3,4.
MCLAUGHLIN, MARE Drama 35 GAA
35 Human Relations Club 45 YCS 2.
MEYER, KATHY Flagtwirler 3,45
Freshman Chorus5 Red Cross 15 VER-
BUM 3,45 YCS 2. Verbum 2,3,45 Ver-
bum Copy Co-Editor 4.
Anne Marie Gillen
MEYSEMBOURG, MARY Chorus 3,45
GAA 15 Vocal Ensemble 4.
MILLA, KAREN ANN Audio Visual 45
Chorus 45 Freshman Chorus5 GAA 1,35
Glee Club 2,35 Liturgy Club 4.
MOLITOR, COLLEEN Audio Visual 25
Drama 15 YCS 2.
MONETTE, TERRY Chorus 2,3,45
Drama 1,35 Freshman Chorus5 Home-
room Chairman 25 Homeroom Secre-
tary 15 Liturgy Club 45 Vocal Ensemble
45 YCS 2.
MONTPETIT, CINDY GAA 1,25 MITER
MORIS, MARY IEAN Audio Visual 35
Classics Club 25 Latin Club 15 Spanish
MUCKERHEIDE, MARIANNE Drama
35 Freshman Chorus5 Homeroom Sec-
retary 35 Latin Club 15 Nature Club 25
MULCAHY, BETH Art Club 45 Latin
Club 25 Pep Club 2.
NELSON, TERRI Freshman Chorus5
GAA 1, Glee Club 2,3,
NOTARINO, IUDY Audio Visual 25
Class Vice President 15 GAA 15 Home-
room Chairman 15 MITER 4.
OCH BERNIE Auxilia 25 Flagtwirler 45
OLSON, CHRIS Choir 3,45 Freshman
Chorus5 Homeroom Secretary 35 Na-
ture Club 25 NHS 3,4.
OMAN, COLLEEN Auxilia 25 Drama 3.
O'NEILL, MARY Choir 2,3,45 Fresh-
man Chorus5 Homeroom Chairman 35
Homeroom Secretary 25 MITER Assist-
ant Editor 45 Nature Club 25 Thespians
OPITZ, CHRIS Choir 2,3,45 Class Sec-
retary-Treasurer 45 Drama 15 Freshman
Chorus5 Nature Club 2.
O'ROURKE, IULIE Audio Visual 25
Class Secretary-Treasurer 15 Freshman
Chorus5 GAA 15 MITER Exchange Edi-
OSBORNE, COLLEEN Art Club 45
Audio Visual 1,3,45 Freshman Chorus5
Drama 1,45 Red Cross 25 Speech Club
25 Thespians 3,4.
PASSOFARO, NANCY Audio Visual 2,
3,45 Choir 3,45 Freshman Chorus5 Glee
Club 25 Red Cross 25 VERBUM 3,45
VERBUM Layout Editor 4.
PELTIER, SARAH Auxilia 25 Drama 15
Flagtwirler 45 GAA 3,4.
QUINN, PEGGI Choir 2,3,45 Fresh-
man Chorus5 Nature Club 15 VERBUM
2,3,45 VERBUM Editor 4.
REETZ, CYN Audio Visual 45 Camera
Club 15 VERBUM 2,3,45 VERBUM Busi-
ness Editor 4.
REMBISH, SUE Band 45 French Club
35 Library Club 1,25 MITER 4.
RENSCH, IO Choir 3,45 Flagtwirler 3,
45 YCS 25 Glee Club 25 Homeroom
Chairman 45 VERBUM 4.
RIEMER, BONNIE Choir 2,3,45 Drama
1,35 Freshman Chorus5 Vocal Ensemble
RUZA, BARB Choir 45 Drama 15
Freshman Chorus5 Glee Club 2,35 YCS
RYAN, CANDY Cheerleader 2,45
Choir 3,45 Drama 15 Freshman Chorus5
Glee Club 2.
SAGSTETTER, BARBARA Audio Visual
35 Current Events Club 25 French Club
35 Library Club 1,25 Red Cross 2.
SAWYER, SUE French Club 25 Spanish
SCHATZLEIN, MARY Drama 35 Glee
Club 45 Library Club 15 MITER 4.
SCHILTGEN, MARY Homeroom Al-
ternate 45 Art Club 45 Audio Visual 2,3,
45 Cadet Teachers 35 Freshman Chorus5
Glee Club 25 Library Club 15 Math Club
25 NHS 3,4.
SCHROEPFER, CONNIE Audio Visual
2,35 Choir 3,45 Drama 1,2,35 French
Club 25 Red Cross 15 VERBUM 2,3,45
Vocal Ensemble 4.
SCHUMACHER, IO ANN Choir 3,45
Drama 15 GAA 2,45 Glee Club 25 Fresh-
man Chorus5 Library Club 3,
SCHWIER, DARYL Drama 35 GAA 1.
SCHWIETZ, DORI Audio Visual 2,3,45
Choir 3,45 Freshman Chorus5 Glee
SCHWIETZ, PEGGY Drama 35 GAA 1,
2,3,45 Red Cross 2.
SELZ, BRIDGET Drama 15 Great Books
35 Homeroom Chairman 15 Human
Relations Club 45 VERBUM 2.
SERAN, MARY Drama 1,3, Home-
room Chairman 1, Red Cross 2.
SHERMAN, NANCY Choir 2,3, Fresh-
man Chorus, GAA1,2, Science Club 3.
SLATER, MARY ELLEN Audio Visual 3,
4, GAA 1,2,3, MITER 4, Pep Club 2.
SMITH, SALLY Audio Visual 2,4,
Drama 3, Freshman Chorus, MITER 4,
Student Council Treasurer 2, YCS 2.
SMITH, SANDY Nature Club 2.
SOFIE, KATHY Drama 1,3, Red Cros,
SQUIRES, KATHY Drama 3.
STAHLMANN, KATHY MITER 4, Na-
ture Club 1,2, Spanish Club 3.
STEINER, DIANNA Homeroome Sec-
retary 2,3, Drama 3, GAA 1,2,3,4, YCS
STEPAN, CONNIE Current Events 3,
Drama 1, French Club 2, Freshman
Chorus, Great Books 3, Homeroom
Chairman 2, MITER 4.
TEMPEST, DIANNE French Club 3,
Homeroom Chairman 1.
THOELE, SUE Auxilia 2, Cheerleader
2,4, Class Vice President 3, Freshman
Chorus, CIAA 1,3, VERBUM 3,4,
TIMM, PATRICE Drama 1, GAA 3,
Homeroom Alternate 4, Latin Club 2.
TODD, KATHEY Art Club 4, Audio
Visual 2, Choir 3,4, Drama 3, Freshman
Chorus, Crlee Club 2, Vocal Ensemble
TOUSIGNANT, LAURA Audio Visual
TRENDA, KRIS Freshman Chorus.
TWOHY, REENIE Choir 3,4, Drama 3,
Freshman Chorus, Glee Club 2, Vocal
Ensemble 4, YCS 2.
VETTER, KATHY French Club 2,3.
WAGNER, MIMI Audio Visual,
WALEK, CAROL ANN Audio Visual 4,
Choir 4, Freshman Chorus, Glee Club
2,3, Homeroom Chairman 4, Liturgy
Club 4, Red Cross 1, Thespians 4.
WALSH, MARY KAYE Current Events
2, Drama 1, French Club 2,3, Home-
room Chairman 3, Optimist Award 4.
WALZ, MARGIE Audio Visual 4,
Choir 3,4, French Club 2, Freshman
Chorus, GAA 3, Glee Club 2, Liturgy
WALZ, MARY Spanish Club 3.
WAPPEL, PAT Drama 1, Freshman
Chorus, Homeroom Secretary 2, Miter
4, YCS 2.
WASIENSKI, BONNIE Auxilia 1, Li-
brary Club 4.
Senior Hands at Work
WEBER, DENISE Drama 1,3, Glee
Club 2, Red Cross 2.
WEESE, KATHY Audio Visual 1,2,4,
Freshman Chorus, Glee Club 2, Home-
room Chairman 4, YCS 2.
WESTLUND, NANCY Choir 2,3,4,
Drama 1, Freshman Chorus, Home-
room Chairman 2, YCS 2.
WEYANDT, CHRIS Miter 4, Red
Cross 2,3,4, Spanish Club 4.
WIBERG, ANN Drama 1, French Club
2,3, Homeroom Alternate 4.
WIBLISHAUSER, CAROLE Classics
Club 2, Library Club 1, NHS 4.
WILSON, IUDY Auxilia 1, French
WINKLER, CINDY Freshman Chorus,
Choir 2,3, YCS 2.
WOICIK, MARY IO Audio Visual 3,4,
Choir 3,4, Class Secretary-Treasurer 2,
Class Vice President 4, Drama 1, Fresh-
man Chorus, Verbum 4, YCS 2.
YANISH, IO ANN Drama 1, French 2,
ZENZ, CINDY Red Cross 2.
ZIMMEL, SUE Drama 3, Freshman
Chorus, GAA1,2,3, Liturgy Club 4.
ZIMMERMAN, DEB Latin Club 1,2.
ZWEBER, BEATA Latin Club 1, GAA 3,
Goodbye from Class of '70
Mary jo Bouthilet
Mary Pat Borre
Mary Kay Flemming
Mary jean Felix
Anne Marie Gillen
jo Ann Kaase
Mary lane Leach
Mary lean Moris
Mary Meysembou rg
Mary Sue McFarland
lo Ann Schumacher
Connie Sch roepfer
Mary Kay Walsh
I live to eat - potato chips, pop, candy ... Which
dress do you like? I'm buying the blue one . .. I have to
get new shoesg last week's are out of style . . . When do
you work next? Will you work for me Friday? ... An
album a week will only run me about 5217.88 a year,
plus tax ... It's not that I spend a lot, it's the inflation
... I found this great little store, all the sweaters match
the knee highs . .. I must need a raise. My checks don't
cover my expenditures ... One good thing about mini
skirts, you can save on material ... Maybe if I got paid
twice a week I wouldn't have to borrow so much.
We felt very privileged to do your graduation portraits this year.
Mary jane Leach, Student Council President
ln the next few years there will be occasions when you will need a recent portrait. We hope you
will remember us then and let our professional staff create a portrait that is really you - a portrait
that you can give with happiness.
533 Jackson 224-2891
St. Paul, Minn. 55101
Gossip, cosmetics, prescriptions or just friendly people,
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St. Paul, Minnesota
With a smile and a helping hand, Diane Golla displays one
of the many fashion items available at Smartees.
Redecorating for that perfect look on your walls, shop at
Raynor Paints in North St. Paul. Besides having fashionable
colors in paints, they offer multi-colored wall covering
patterns in the latest designs,
Raynor Paint Supply
2486 E. 7th Ave. No. St. Paul
If your party consists of the Hill football team, and they
drink two bottles of pop apiece, you'll need 32 bottles of
assorted flavors. Kathy Gates can get all she needs at Kein-
del's. Now all she needs is the team.
Keindel's Super Market
2586 E. 7th Ave. No. St. Paul
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PARK RAPIDS, MINN.
"Friendliest in the Northwest"
Len and Veline Passofaro
Need a change of pace? loin Nancy Passofaro at Park Ter-
race Motor Lodge and Restaurant.
Running a printing press can be very educational as Rita
Horwath discovers at Review Publications.
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Planning a pizza party? leanne Barry finds it easy with Maplewood Foods' large
selection and low prices. And what goes better with pizza than milk - Cathy
Horwath insists that leanne will need lots for the gang.
The store where you
7 7 talk to the butcher.
No pre-packaged meats.
Fresh Baked Bakery
Baked Fresh Daily
in the store
One mile west of
Ramsey County Home.
EASTER HEIGHTS STATE BAN
2141 Hudson Road, Sun Ray Shopping Center, St. Paul, Minn.
Member of F.D.I.C.
Banking at Eastern Heights State Bank is convenient for
Kathy Balsimo because it's so close to her house. She also
enjoys the modern building which reassures her that mod-
ern methods are used in handling her money.
REEDY CAMERA CENTER
2207 Hudson Rd. St. Paul
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Sun Ray's Camera Center is known among Murray girls for
its many appropriate birthday cards and Hallmark books.
HILLCREST A 84 W
1851 No. St. Paul Road
Mary Heinen doesn't mind working when she knows she is
serving her friends nationally known A8fW root beer.
Showing off one of the many advantages of Aldrich Arena,
Diane Tempest goes through her early morning routines.
1850 White Bear Ave.
3595 Highway 61 White Bear Lake
After practice, flagtwirler Bernie Och stocks up at Hoffman's
Market on vegetables for supper. They stock the freshest.
23 East 7th Street St. Paul
Store of Famous Brands:
Air Step Florsheim
Miss Wonderful Rand Craft
Buying shoes is a real task for Debbie Veitch because she needs
Ann Condon to talk to the salesman and Kathy Odean to check
the shoes out for style. Debbie discovers the good quality and
finally settles on a pair.
HILLCREST STATE BANK
'I590 White Bear Ave.
Full Service Bank
serving the many families of AMM
With a little luck and a little money, Mary jo Rensch has
become a very good customer of the Hillcrest State Bank.
"Shop the easy way" at Shopper's City where there is a wide
variety of goods. Kathy Gates can verify that!
402 So. Main St. Stillwater, Minn.
The one and only true pizza maker
4 . NW-W
With such an attractive front how could Vittorio's help but
lure customers. Anybody hungry would surely notice it.
Not only the outside but the Italian atmosphere inside helps
to put the customer at ease as he is served by Vittorio.
Mr. 84 Mrs. Raymond Altstatt
Mr. 8: Mrs. William K. Braun
Mr. 84 Mrs. Henry Drabczak
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert C. Emerson
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Alonzo B. Seran
Mr. 84 Mrs. joseph Hacker
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert E.
Mr. 84 Mrs. Michael Cull
Mr. 84 Mrs. F. C. Ciernia
Mrs. L. Brandt
Mrs. joseph Capaul
Mr. 84 Mrs. Phlip Balsimo
Mr. 84 Mrs. Donald Barry
Mr. 84 Mrs. Edward Schiltgen
Mr. 84 Mrs. Thomas P. jones
Mr. 84 Mrs. joseph Milla
Mr. 84 Mrs. jack R. McFarlane
Raymond 84 Saranne Peltier
Mr. 84 Mrs Russell Reetz
Mr. 84 Mrs. Alfred Och
Mr. 84 Mrs Richard Borre
Mr. 84 Mrs Raymond Biermeier
Mr. 81 Mrs Francis M. Osborne
Mr. 84 Mrs. john j. Zimmel
Mr. 84 Mrs Raymond F. Smith
Mr. 84 Mrs. Alfred Stepan
Mr. 84 Mrs. Frank P. Walek
Mrs. Beverly Clarkin
Mr. 84 Mrs
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs.
Mr. 84 Mrs
A. Emmet DiCosimo
Mr. 84 Mrs. Vernon Doyle
Mr. 84 Mrs. Peter j. Wasienski
Mr. 84 Mrs Ro Doughty
Mr. 84 Mrs. john F. Babler
Mr. 84 Mrs. William M. Todd
Mr. 84 Mrs jerome F. Colbert
Mr. 8: Mrs Giles Weber
Mr. 84 Mrs Russell Laschinger
Mr. 84 Mrs joseph A. Korba
Mr. 84 Mrs
Mr. 84 Mrs.
joseph E. Quinn
Mr. 84 Mrs William Gentile
Mr. 84 Mrs j. W. Gates
Mr. 84 Mrs. Robert W. Hidding
Mr. 84 Mrs. Arthur Heinen
Mr. 84 Mrs Vincent Frazer
Lucille A. Hawthorne
Mr. 84 Mrs. T. j. Hartigan
Mr. 84 Mrs. William R. Langevin
Dr. 8: Mrs. William F. Hynan
Mr. 84 Mrs. T. C. Mulcahy
Mr. 84 Mrs. Richard
Mr. 84 Mrs. Richard j.
Mr. 84 Mrs. George Kamrath
Mr. 84 Mrs. Theodore H. Schroepfer
Mr. 84 Mrs. joseph D. Henne
Mr. 84 Mrs. George F. Gosselin
Mr. 84 Mrs. Patrick R. Hepburn
Mr. 84 Mrs. Norman Aune
Mr. 84 Mrs. Leonard Passofaro
Cal Mr. Schroepfer rallies senior sup-
port for car raffle. lbj At Open House,
Peggy Quinn and her dad inspect plans
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Mrs. Elizabeth Clarkin f0't"e1970Yea' OO
fcj During a break in the Home and School
meeting, Mrs. Hacker and Mr. Odean enjoy a
refreshing cup of coffee.
We live '69-'70 . ..
Reach out in the darkness, and you might find a friend ... we can no longer be
apathetic - Cambodia is a reality ... Tragedy strikes through Hill. It could be
closed down. Do we care? Will we take the boys into our school and really try to
make it theirs, too ... Casey leaves the warmth of Como Zoo to help breed a new
gorilla at another zoo. But he returned again, a father ... The Sterile Cuckoo hits
the movie screen. Do you honestly see a message or is it trash? Where do our new
rules on movie rating move in? .., Maxis are in - minis are going out ...
Women, stand up and rebel against midis - refuse to give up your short skirts!
... We're gonna win Twins, we're gonna score! We came in first in the Western
Division but lost to Baltimore in the American League playoff ... Pack up your
troubles in your old kit bag and smile, smile, smile. Are you glad you're alive?
Prove it! Be Happy! .,. Prejudice is on the rampage. Northern congressmen are
encouraging integration in the South. Are they doing any better at home?
Pollution is spreading. Soon it will completely block out the sun! No. That's not
true. lt's forming a layer of carbon that is insulating the world and as the heat in-
creases the icebergs will melt and we'll all drown. Too far out to be true? Maybe
.., But maybe not ... Crime on our nation's streets is raging. A woman isn't safe
without the knowledge of karate ... Vikings won the NFL title and lost in the
playoffs with the AFL title to the Kansas City Chiefs ... "A Boy Named Sue" rolls
from America's radios. ls this a sign of the times? ... President Nixon promises a
withdrawal of troups from Cambodia. Congress wants "out" in Viet Nam, too.
Campuses strike and march in protest against war. Peace, Brother, Peace .,. Chi-
cago Seven come to trial. Have we developed the art of timed riots .., Charlie for
Mayor ... For the first time in history, the mail has stopped. Postal workers went
on strike for decent wages ... BIG NEWS ... MAN ON MOON Nuns and
priests are constantly leaving the convent and priesthood. Some to get married,
many just because they don't understand what theyfre doing or the reason for it.
Were we so wrong before, or are we wrong now? God only knows ... Brother-
hood abounds. Love your brother because we're all equal in Cod's sight-
though more and more aren't believing in C-od? Or so they say... An engine fails
and the Apollo 'l3 is almost lost in space. A united world watches, prays, and
hopes ... We were girls in a small little corner of the world. Now we can become
women - and the possibility of influence on the world is ours.
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tal Vulcans in our school? l used to feel safe
here. tbl Safe. Yeah Twins! ich Can drugs hurt
me? l'll never know until I try them. fdl Sterile
Cuckoo? Confusion? tel Tackle. Yeah Vikings!
ffl Must we try to escape reality? fgl Walking
Death. Has he walked by you lately? lhl Could
pollution be our walking death?
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And a time for every purpose under heaven
The world revolves - in apathy or ecstasy? .
when we watched - did we care enough?
People, people needing people .. .
What happened when we blinked or
Kal Pat Wappel with the Osmund Brothers? I know she
can sing well, but that well? tbl But blondes are sup-
posed to have the most fun, how can they if they're
being prejudiced against? ici Well, we girls must learn
karate to defend ourselves fwhether we're blonde or
notll Kdl That sure was a hair-raising experience! Ha Ha,
Sunny, the joke's on you. Cel Say "Dada", Casey, that's a
good boy. ffl Margie - You're really grooving - but
the Murray shoes? tgj Hang in there, Sarah. Be Happy.
lhl Sock it to us, Southwest. fjl One boy can cause all
this commotion? One boy in Murray can!
Anderson, Mrs. Mary lo: Spanish I, II: World Cultures.
Anderson, Mr. Robert: Art Appreciation: Choir: Chorus:
Glee Club: Music Appreciation.
Asenbrenner, Mr. Frank: Principal.
Bergup, Sister Carolyn: Business Manager.
Boland, Miss Mary: Bookkeeping I, II: Shorthand II: Typing.
Burke, Mr. William: Maintenance.
Clappier, Mrs. Ieanne: Algebra I: General Math I.
Collins, Sister Patrick: Christian Involvement: Man's Search
for Meaning: Personal God: Religion II: Chairman of the
Religion Department: Student Council: Student Director.
Courteau, Sister Mark: American History: World Culture:
Cronje, Mrs. lean: Nurse.
Delaney, Mr. joseph: Applied Science: Physical Science:
Ducharme, Mrs. Adelia: Guidance.
Fisher, Mrs. Bernice: English I: Fundamentals of Oral Com-
munication: Creative Writing: Speech Club.
Fujan, Sister Marie: Christian Woman: Clothing Construc-
tion: Home Economics: Liturgy Club.
Germann, Miss Dorothy: Biology C: Chemistry N: Chemistry
R: Drama Club: Thespians.
Guertin, Mrs. Shirley: Algebra I: General Math II.
Hacker, Mrs. Honor: Marriage: Religion I: Student Council.
Hiber, Mrs. Kathleen: French I.
Hubert, Sister Angeline: Social Problems: National Honor
lacobs, Father Osmund: Chaplain.
Johnson, Sister leroma: American Readings: Classics of
World and English Literature: Modern Drama and Poetry:
Chairman of the English Department.
Kimball, Miss Katherine: Advanced Math: Algebra II:
Klohs, Mrs. Linda: French I, II, III, IV.
Malley, Mrs. Polly: Secretary.
Maus, Sister Scholastica: Librarian: Library Clubs.
McGinley, Mrs. Iudy: Secretary.
McRaith, Sister Brigid: Biology C: Biology N: Chairman of
the Science Department,
Miesen, Miss lane: Algebra I: Consumers' Math: Chairman
of the Math Department: Geometry.
O'Brien, Sister Mary Katherine: American History.
Odean, Mrs. Eileen: English I: journalism: MITER.
Ormerod, Mrs. Lola: American Classics: Contemporary
Rader, Sister Rosemary: Latin I, II: Psychology: World Cul-
tures: Chairman ofthe Language Department: Classics Club.
Renteria, Mrs. Anne Marie: Physical Education, l, II: GAA.
Robinson, Sister Anita: English I: Literature of the Minori-
ties: Human Relations Club.
Rogers, Mrs. Beatrice: Notehand: Office Practice: Personal
Typing: Shorthand I: Chairman of the Business Department.
Ruemmele, Miss Mary: Art I: VERBUM: Youth and Law:
Schlender, Sister Marianne: Guidance.
Smith, Mrs. julie: French I, ll, III: French Club.
Speltz, Mr. Robert: Consumer's Economics: Contemporary
History: Social Problems: Chairman of the Social Science
Sweeley, Sister Carole: American Readings: Contemporary
Novels: Film and the Novel.
Trombley, Sister Agnes: Religion I, II: Red Cross Club.
Uptegrove, Sister Irene: Art II, III: Art Club.
Using the A. V. room as a hide-a-way, Sister Mark tries to
solve some of the problems as the A. V. advisor.
Sally Ann Babler
Mary jo Rensch
jo Ann Schumacher
Mary jo Wojcik
Mary Chris Legato
Sister Patrick threatens to pull rank but Sister Carolyn seems to
be on our side all the way.
Mary Ellen Slater
Mary jo Wojcik
Mary jo Carr
Mary Chris Legato
Mary jo Rensch
Mary Kay Woulf
Debbie Veitch gives her
Mary jean Morris
Yvonne St. Martin
Mary Beth johnson
Mary jo Kirst
FRESHMAN LIBRARY CLUB
Carol Ann LeClaire
Mary jo Shields
Let's wrap up S. Brigid's room for an April Fool's Day gift. She
can use it for a keepsake.
jo Anne Schumacher
Mary Kay Woulf
Sue Ellen johnson
Mary Kay Woulf
HUMAN RELATIONS CLUB
Mary Pat Borre
Mary Kay Woulff
Mary Ellen Slater
Mary Kay Fleming
Mary jane Leach
Sally Ann Babler
Connie Sch roepfer
Mary Ellen Slater
Carol Walek v
Mary Kaye Walsh
Mary jo Wojcik
RED CROSS CLUB
Mary Beth johnson
Michelle Sch roepfer
SENIOR LIBRARY CLUB
Anne Marie Gillen
He who laughs last didn't get it. But apparently Mary jane Leach and Sally McEvoy did get it-
but what could be that funny? Hmmmmmm???
Mary jo Wojcik
VERBUM STAFF '70
Mary jo Rensch
Mary jo Wojcik
Mary Chris Legato
Pat Sch ram
Lee Ann Welter
Mary jo Carr
Mari Lea Thor
Mary jane Leach
Mary jo Wojcik
Mary Sue Wermers
Anne Marie Gillen finds Clean Up Day no joking matter
when Mr. A is found among school debris.
jeannie Focht Maureen Boland
Sue Ellen johnson
Mary jo Pritschet
Mary jo Rensch
Kathy Odean and Sunny Anderson consider their Student
Council officers who seem to be cracking up.
Achilles, Roxanne: 118,136, 7,150
Sister Agnes Trombley: 66,128
Aguilar, Mary: 110
Albertson, Patricia: 114, 4
Allard, Carolyn: 114, 35, 41
Altstatt, Janet: 93, 118, 5
Cynthia: 12, 114, 155,150
Mrs. Mary Jo: 62, 4
Mr. Robert: 62 20 60 82
iSusant9J:104,42 I I
, Susan t12J:136
Sister Angeline Hubert: 65, 34
Sister Anita Robinson: 52, 66, 34
Anzevino, Deborah: 109, 61
Arcand, Marilyn: 114
Armstrong, Jeanine: 118, 136
Arnt, Margaret: 15, 25,104
Arnt, Patricia: 118
Asenbrenner, Mr. Frank: 19, 27, 62, 63,
5, 47, 44, 74, 72
Auger, Ellen: 104
Aune, Mary: 118,132, 7
Ayde, Susan: 104
Babcock, Lorelee: 110, 80
Baber, Mary: 114, 40, 95
Babler, Sally Ann: 118, 41, 44, 86
Bailey, Pamela: 114
Bakula, Cheryl: 110
Ballis, Virginia: 114
Balsimo, Kathleen: 118,136,144
Bang, Susan: 13,70,114, 86
Barnes, Kathleen: 104
Barrett, Kathleen: 59,136,149, 30, 86
Barrett, Patricia: 104
Barry, Jeanne: 118, 136
Barry, Louise: 110
Bartolic, Patricia: 136
Bastien, Claire: 114
Bauer, Cynthia: 114
Bauer, Maureen: 52,118,136
Baumann, Elizabeth: 98, 119, 44
Bearth, Virginia: 110
Beck, Mary Anne: 98,115, 119, 42,149
Belair, Denise: 114
Bemlott, Mary: 110
Bemlott, Nancy: 119, 136, 37
Benolken, Diane: 114
Benson, Jacqueline: 114
Berglund, Jeannine: 114,4
Berglund, Susan: 104
Betts, Geralyn: 104, 61
Biagi, Susan: 104
Bialek, Mary: 104
Biedrzycki, Kay: 114
Biermeier, Joan: 119
Black, Ann: 104
Black, Kristine: 114, 78, 72
Blomgren, Linda: 104
Bloyer, Mary Kay: 104
Boerner, Barbara: 114
Boettcher, Roberta: 114
Bogdan, Christine: 119
Boland, Miss Mary: 51, 62
Boldt, Diane: 110
Boldt, Susan: 104
Boland, Maureen: 109
Bonin, Beverly: 15,104,109
Borden, Susan: 114
Borowske, Kathryn: 100,104
Borre, Mary Patricia: 119,136
Boschert, Deborah: 119
Brandt, Judy: 119
Brannigan, Ann: 24,110
Braun, Margaret: 119,125,136, 43
Brees, Jean: 110
Breneman, Judy: 110
Brennhofer, Gail: 119, 32
Brickzen, Connie: 114
Brickzen, Linda: 104
Brickzen, Patricia: 119,136
Briggs, Nancy: 9,110
Sister Brigid McRaith: 65, 34
Brodala, Mary Ann: 104
, Margaret: 110
Buivid, Jacqueline: 110, 111, 6
Burdette, Catherine: 119,136
Burke, Mr. Willard: 66
Burns, Maureen: 104
Bush, Rebecca: 110
Bush, Victoria: 114
Byrne, Marianne: 40, 41
Byrne, Nancy: 104
Capistrant, Catherine: 104
Capistrant, Mary: 120,136
Capistrant, Patricia: 120,122
Cardinal, Carrie: 110, 37
Cardinal, Cassandra: 114
Cardinal, Kathleen: 110
Cardinal, Terry: 104
Carlson, Karyn: 110
Sister Carolyn Bergup: 66, 45
Sister Carole Sweeley: 66
Carr, Candace: 114
Carr, Jean: 110
Carr, Mary Jo: 114
Casey, Elizabeth: 12,136, 74, 30, 86
Chial, Susan: 114
Choir: 83, 82
Christoffel, Mary: 104
Christoffel, Rose: 120
Clappier, Mrs. Jeanne: 62
Clarkin, Margaret: 120,136
Cloutier, Colleen: 110
Cloutier, Deborah: 120,136
Cochran, Mary: 114
Colaizy, Janet: 104
Colbert, Eileen: 22,120, 60
Colwell, Colleen: 114, 40, 78, 72
Colwell, Kathleen: 56,104,105
Condon, Anne: 114,116,145
Connelly, Carolyn: 114
Conners, Maureen: 110
Conners, Shannon: 114
Connolly, Therese: 110
Conrad, Karen: 114,7
Conrad, Laura: 110
Conroy, Kathy: 120
Conway, Patricia: 114
Corbo, Donna: 110
Cournoyer, Nancy: 52,120,136,
Courtney, Patricia: 3,110, 2
Crosby, Shawn: 50,110,111
Cronje, Mrs. Jean: 66,7
Cull,Jacklyn:16,136, 47, 61
Cumming, Leslie: 104,73
Cunnien, Maryanne: 104
Cunningham, Lisa: 104
Curran, Margaret: 104
Dahedl, Deborah: 116, 41
Dahedl, Susan: 114
Danna, Kathleen: 104
Dario, Barbara: 107,109
Davis, Laurie: 54,110
Delaney, Mr. Joseph: 62, 4
DeLisle, Janice: 110, 86
DeLisle, Michelle: 104,106
Denk, Catherine: 104
DeVinney, Denise: 104
Dickinson, Nanci: 114
DiCosimo, Mary: 120,136, 42
Dillery, Denise: 104
Donlin, Janet: 13, 114, 40
Doughty, Laura: 120,136
Dourney, Deborah: 104
Downs, Barbara: 104
Doyle, Mary Jo:
Doyle, Patricia: 120,136
Drabczak, Roxanne: 121
Drace, Jody: 104
Drake, Michele: 88
Dramdahl, Colleen: 110, 88
Drevnick, Margaret: 121
Driscoll, Maureen: 121,136, 37
Driscoll, Patricia: 114,6
Ducharme, Mrs. Adelia: 63, 9
Ducharme, Patricia: 20, 22, 121, 45
Dwyer, Kathleen: 105
Ebel, Ctayla: 110
Eberhard, Connie: 114
Eberlein, Katherine: 105
Elias, Julie: 114
Elm, Karen: 105
Elmquist, Diane: 99,115, 4
Emerson, Jill: 121, 136
Engberg, Linda: 121,136
Engel, Karin: 110
Erickson, Elizabeth: 105
Esty, Catherine: 115, 4
Ewald, Barbara: 110
Ewald, Christine: 121,136, 43
Ewald, Sharon: 121,136, 41, 94, 95, 72
Falzone, Deborah: 115
Felix, Mary: 121,136, 7
Fida, Sarah: 25,105
Finger, Grace: 24,105
Fisher, Mrs. Bernice: 63, 4, 87
Fitch, Denise: 110
Fitzgerald, Diane: 18, 53,121,136
Fitzgerald, Margaret: 104
Flannigan, jane: 105
Fleming, Mary Kay: 121,136
Foley, Patricia: 2,121,136
Forstner, Sara: 105
Foster, jacqueline: 105
Frasczak, Mary Ann: 105
Fratto, Louise: 3, 25,105
Fratto, Margaret: 110, 86
Fratto, Mary: 22,122,136, 86
Frazer, Maureen: 122, 136
Frederick, Ellen: 110
Freedlund, Kim: 25,105,109
Fuller, Kathleen: 115,116
Fulmek, Michelle: 105
Furlong, Patricia: 25, 101, 35, 78
Gagne, Mary: 110,88
Gallagher, Margaret: 97,110
Gallagher, Mary: 105
Gangi, Patricia: 115
Gangl, Mary: 136
Ganzel, Susan: 110
Garvey, Patricia: 111
Gates, Kathleen: 15,17,122,125,136,
Gelbmann, Elizabeth: 122, 136
Genin, Robyn: 105
Gentile, Cindy: 17, 98, 120, 122, 136
Germann, Miss Dorothy: 63, 74
Gibbons, Patricia: 105
Gillen, Anne Marie: 12, 122,134, 136,
155, 44, 74, 87
Glanzer, Marilyn: 122,136
Goemer, Debra: 105
Goetzke, Constance: 115
Goffin, Patricia: 75
Golla, Diane: 122,136,138,140
Golla, Gail: 122,136
Goossens, janet: 115
Gorg, Kathleen: 111
Gorman, Sue: 105
Gosselin, Gail: 98,122,136
Grabowski,jean:105,122, 136, 42
Grabowski, Paula: 105
Grau, Mary: 105
Growchowski, Kathleen: 15,123,130,
Granse, Mary: 123,130, 136
Griemann, Connie: 105
Grote, Cheryl: 123, 136, 43
Guertin, Mrs. Shirley: 63
Gulden, Kathy: 115
Gusinda, Carol: 111
Gusinda, Victoria: 105, 111, 8
Haas, Kathy: 115, 34
Hacker, Anne: 115, 78
Hacker, Mrs. Honor: 2, 63, 70,
Hacker, Mary: 123,136, 5
Haines, Thomasine:115, 77
Hajlo, Mary: 57, 96,111
Hajlo, Pamela: 123, 42, 9
Halbrehder, Debra: 109, 85
Hall, Denise: 105
Hallas, Nyla: 101,111
Hanrahan, Patricia: 105
Hansen, Deborah: 123, 136
Hansen, Cynthia: 111
Hansen, Marianne: 115
Hansen, Patricia: 105
Hartigan, janet: 123
Haselman, Cynthia: 115
Hauwiller, Mary: 115
Hawthorne, Lauri: 25, 136
Hayne, Linda: 105
Hegstrom, Gayle: 70,115
Hegstrom, Lesley: 111
Heinen, Mary: 123,127,144, 95
Hejny, Rosemary: 111
Henk, Karen: 105
Henne, Michelle: 123,130
Hepburn, Barbara: 123,136
Hermes, Cynthia: 115
Hiber, Mrs. Kathleen: 65
Hidding, Cheryl: 111
Hively, Linda: 115
Hochstein, Patricia: 86
Hoertsch, Catherine: 115, 72
Hoffman, Barbara: 115
Horvath, Diane: 15,115, 7, 94
Horwath, Catherine: 15, 92, 93,123,5
Horwath, Rita: 15,111
Hubbell, Pamela: 105
Hudachek, Mary: 111
Hudalla, Cyndee:115, 34
Hudalla, Deborah: 111
Hugo, Susan: 123
Huth, Cathy: 124, 136
Hutton, Shannon: 111
Hynan, Pat: 124,136
Sister Irene Uptegrove: 66
jackson, Mary: 115
janicke, Cathy: 105,106
jansen, jennifer: 105
jarvis, Kathy: 105
jenkins, Sue: 115
jerome, Sister: 65,66, 152, 34
jessen, Patricia: 111
jinks, Karin: 105
johnson, Kathy: 15,111, 113
johnson, Laurene: 105, 83, 86
johnson, Marilyn: 115
johnson, Mary: 105
johnson, Sue: 111
jones, Barb: 124
jones, Carol: 111
jones, janet: 136,86
jones, janice: 111
jones, Sharon: 105
jordan, Kathy: 111
jost, Debbie: 57,111
jungmann, Mary: 7
jungwirth, Mary Kay: 124,136, 4 7
Kaase, joAnn: 124, 4, 7
Kaeder, joan: 124,136
Kajer, Ann: 106
Kampa, Mary: 106, 41, 85
Kamrath, Kathy: 124,126,136
Kane, Kathleen: 106
Kansier, Chris: 106
Kansier, Lynne: 57,111
Kath, jeannine: 106
Kearney, Leslie: 22, 24,124,136
Keenan, Teresa: 111
Keller, Patsy: 3, 53, 136, 8
Kelly, Mary: 124
Kennedy, jane: 106
Kight, Marguerite: 106
Kimball, Miss: 65, 152, 34
Kirby, judy: 111
Kirby, Virginia: 106
Kirst, Frances: 124,136
Kirst, Mary: 106
Kirst, Sue: 113
Kissling, Kris: 106
Klingner, Murille:111, 8, 80
Klohs, Mrs.: 65, 34, 89
Knajdck, Mary: 111
Koch, Lynda: 115
Kohler, Karen: 136
Kohner, Mary: 106
Koller, Mary: 15,111, 88
Kopcinski, joan: 106
Korba, Diane: 106
Korba, Rosemary: 124,136
Korf, Marian: 111
Kraker, Mary: 111
Kraut, Lynn: 106
Krieglmier, Mary jo: 106
Kuehn, Linda: 106
Kuehnl, Barbara: 106
Kurz, Nancy: 106
LaCasse, Mary: 125, 86
LaCasse, Pat: 106, 85
LaCoursiere, Mary: 115
Lais, Bernadette: 125,120,146,5 150
L'Allier, Mary: 106
LaBarre, Pamela: 115
Lambert, Patrica: 111
Langevin, Christine: 1,125,137
LaPlante, Mary: 115
Larson, julie: 106
Laschinger, Cynthia: 125, 137, 7
LaVaque, Cynthia: 106
Leach, Mary jane: 2, 70, 125, 126, 133,
LeClaire, Carol: 106
Lee, Nancy: 92,116, 94
Legato, Mary: 116, 77
Leibel, Marylee: 106
Leitte, Toni: 125, 45
LeMay, Rene': 106
Lenzmeier, Denise: 112
Lethert, Mary Anne: 112
Lendway, Mary: 116, 45
Libra, Nancy: 125,137
Liesenfeld, Dianne: 125,137
Ligday, Patricia: 112
Lijewski, Diane: 116
Ling, Barbara: 116
Linhoff, Maureen: 116
Loeffler, Cynthia: 106
Loeffler, Sandra: 77, 76
Lucking, Celeste: 116
Ludka, Bethany: 116
Luger, jennifer: 112
Lukas, Deborah: 106
Lutz, Elizabeth: 112, 3
Lyons, Catherine: 106
Madia, Marie: 116
Maietta, Patricia: 112
Malchow, Cathy: 112
Mrs. Malley: 67, 9
Manos, Stephanie: 112, 77
Sister Marie Fujan: 54, 63, 117, 75, 34,
Sister Mark Courteau: 62,152, 77
Markoe, Stephanie: 106
Sister Marianne Schlender: 66
Marrinan, Marilee: 70,118,122,125,
Martino, Margaret: 106
Sister Mary Katherine O'Brien: 65, 34
Marzolf, Lynn: 54,112
McDonnell, ludith: 112
McDonough, Margaret: 125, 40
McDonough, Nora: 116, 7
McDonough, Susan: 137
McEvoy, Sally: 115, 116, 154, 72, 46, 73
McFarland, Mary: 137
McFarlane, Patricia: 126, 137, 45
McGee, Maureen: 116
McGuire, Mary: 112
McGinley, Mrs. ludy: 2, 66
McGuire, Maureen: 3,112
McGuire, Maureen: 116, 4, 78
McGuire, Teresa: 107, 41, 85
McHugh, Karen: 116
McKinnon, Nora: 112
McKnight, Sheila: 116
McLaughlin, Kathleen: 107
McLaughlin, Marilyn: 126
McRae, Kathryn: 107
Mee, Theresa: 107, 41, 85
Meis, Diane: 112
Mertens, Kim: 112
Meyer, Kathy: 18, 99,126,137, 5
Meysembou rg, Mary: 132, 40, 86, 30
Micko, Kathryn: 107
Miesen, Miss lane: 65, 95
Mikulich,lean:107, 41, 85
Milla, Karen Ann: 126, 137, 5
Milon, Michele: 116
Molitor, Colleen: 126,128,132
Monette, Theresa: 86
Mondor, Andrea: 116
Monson, lean: 112, 74
Monson, loan: 116, 75
Montpetit, Cyndia: 55,126
Montpetit, Mary: 112
Montpetit, Mary: 116
Moore, Colleen: 107
Moore, Helene: 116
Moore, Michele: 107
Moran, Melissa: 107
Moris, Mary lean: 126,137
Morris, Cynthia: 107
Morrison, Pat: 107, 41, 85
Moser, Terri: 116
Mottaz, Mary Kay: 116
Mrozinski, Sharon: 126
Mulcahy, Beth: 50,126,137, 43
Mullaney, Peggy: 112
MucKerheide, Marianne: 126,127,137
Mushinski, Constance: 112
Nadeau, jackie: 4, 7O,116, 3, 72
Nagel, Mary lo: 107
Nalipinski, Elena: 107
Navins, Katherine: 112
Neaton, Kathy: 116,160
Neid,Trudee:116, 47, 30, 31
Nelson, Terri: 126,150
Neubauer, Carol lean: 76, 77
Newcome, Cathy: 116, 76
Newes, Robin: 116, 40, 94, 95, 78
Nierenhausen, Mary: 107, 41, 85
Nieters, Terri: 116, 87
Nordstrom, Mary: 112
Nordstrom, Shiela: 107
Novotny, Mary lo: 107
Nyhus, Karen: 116
Och, Bernadette: 15,126, 136,145
Odean, Kathy: 116,155,145, 74,160, 78
Odean, Mrs. Eileen: 65,6
Okoneski, Colleen: 15,112, 31
Olson, Chris: 126,136, 47
Olsson, Susan: 112
Oman, Colleen: 127,136
O'Neill, Mary: 122, 136, 4
Opalinski, Margaret: 107
Opitz, Chris: 118,127,137
Opitz, Margaret: 116
Opitz, Sue: 112
Ormerod, Mrs. Lola: 65
O'Rourke, Peggy: 112
Osborne, Colleen: 127,137
Father Osmond lacobs: 65, 9
Passofaro, Nancy: 20, 70, 99,127, 135,
Sister Patrick Collins: 27, 62, 63, 70, 45
Paul, Kathy: 107
Pedley, Lisa: 112
Peltier, Sarah: 93,127,137, 43, 40, 150
Persoon, Mary: 112
Peters, Sandy: 107
Petersen, Chris: 112
Petersen, Terri: 106,107
Peterson, Debbie: 112
Peterson, julie: 116, 60, 61, 72
Peterson, Marcia: 116
Peterson, Margaret: 107
Peterson, Rita: 107
Peterson, Roxann: 12,107
Pflugi, Beth: 107, 73, 31
Pierce, Mary: 116
Podobinski, jean: 116
Poole, Susan: 112, 88
Prettyman, Gayle: 40, 33
Pritschet, Mary lo: 107,112
Prybella, Denise: 107
Quinn, Margaret: 99,136,127
Quirk, Veronica: 112
Rader, Sister Rosemary: 65, 4
Radford, Colleen: 116,32
Rauer, Elizabeth: 116
Reed, Sharon: 127, 132,42
Reetz, Cynthia: 99, 127, 137, 142, 44
Regenaver, Lynn: 112
Reichow, Mary: 107
Reinhardt, Nancy: 112,75
Rembish, Eileen: 107
Rembish, Susan: 127,137, 86
Rensch, Mary jo: 18, 53,127,146
Renteria, Mrs. Anne Marie: 65, 93, 94
Revoir, Dianne: 107
Rhein, Mary: 107
Reimer, Bonita: 128,137, 30, 86
Riener, Norma: 112
Rieschl, Donna: 107
Rieschl, Mary: 116
Riley, Mary: 116
Ritchie, loAnn: 116, 60
Robinson, Debbie: 107
Roden, Pat: 113
Rodriguez, Guadalupe: 25,113
Rogers, Mrs. Beatrice: 66
Rogowski, Dona: 107
Romanchuk, Suzanne: 113, 8
Rosenthal, Barb: 107
Rosenthal, Mary: 116
Ruda, Melanie: 107
Ruemmele, Miss Mary: 98, 66, 45,160,
Russell, Kathy: 107
Ruza, Barbara: 128, 137, 42, 40
Ruza, Mary: 107
Ryan, Candy: 15,128,137, 60
Ryan, Margaret: 113
Sagstetter, Barbara: 98,128, 42,148
Sagstetter, Carol: 107
Sagstetter, Nancy: 108
Samuelson, julie: 113
Sanftner, Susan: 113
Santori, Barbara: 113,128
Santori, Terry: 128,137
Sarrack, Roxanne: 15,92,113
Sawyer, Sue: 128, 137
Scanlon, Maureen: 116
Schatzlein, Mary: 128,137
Scheitlin, Linda: 106,108
Schifsky, Susan: 116
Schiltgen, Mary: 58,128, 137, 5, 33
Schloesser, Linda: 117
Schmidt, Renee: 108, 4, 81
Schmitt, Kris: 108
Schmitz, Mary: 116,117
Schneeman, Barbara: 113,88
Scheeman, Elizabeth: 108
Schneider, Teresa: 117
Schram, Pat: 117
Schreiner, Cynthia: 100, 108
Schreiner, Monica: 57,113
Schroeffer, Constance: 128, 36,86
Schroepfer, Michele: 108
Schumacher, loAnn: 128, 142
Schwandt, lane: 113
Schwier, Daryl: 128,132
Schwietz, Debbie: 108
Schwietz, Dorothy: 127,128,118,1
Schwietz, Mary: 113
Schwietz, Peggy: 128,132
Schwietz, Veronica: 113
Sister Scholastica Maus: 65, 81
Scoles, Catherine: 108
Searles, Debbie: 117
Seitz, lane: 108
Selz, Bridget: 101,128,130,137, 74
Seran, Mary: 128
Shanley, Lynn: 108
Shanley, Therese: 11, 113, 8
Sherman, Nancy: 129
Shields, Colleen: 105,106,108
Shields, Kathy: 112
Shields, Mary lo: 2, 15, 93, 94
Shields, Susan: 70,113
Simon, Linda: 113, 61
Sivald, Mary: 106,108, 41, 85
Slater, Mary Ellen: 129
Smith, Barbara: 108, 41, 85
Smith, Mary: 113, 88
Smith, Mrs. lulie: 66, 4, 89
Smith, Sally: 129, 137
Smith, Sandy: 129,137
Smith, Stephanie: 108
Sofie, Kathy: 129,137
Southerling, Mary Ellen: 108
Speak, loanne: 117
Speltz, Mr. Robert: 66, 36, 34
Sperl, Colleen: 108
Sprangers, Cynthia: 108
Squires, Kathy: 129
Stahlmann, Kathy: 129
Steiner, Dianna: 129,137
Steinhibel, Paula: 108
Stejskal, Mary Clare: 113
Stepan, Connie: 98,129,137
Stepan, Pala: 108
St. Martin, Yvonne: 108
Stockton, Suzanne: 108
Stoffels, Mary Lynn: 117, 40, 94, 95
Strobel, ludith: 53,113, 88
Tacheny, Gloria: 108
Taray, Darlene: 117
Taylor, Mary: 108
Tedesco, Elizabeth: 99
Tempest, Diane: 129, 145, 32
Thoele, Susan: 24, 129, 137, 140, 35
Thompson, Linda: 54,113
Thompson, Sue: 129, 137, 35, 6
Tierney, Claire: 113
Tillges, Katherine: 108
Timm, Patrice: 130,137
Timmons, Kathy: 113
Tischler, Gail: 108
Tobritzhofer, loanie: 130
Todd, Kathy: 130, 137, 42, 5, 44, 86
Tolaas, Maureen: 113
Tousignant, Andre: 108
Tousignant, Laura: 55,130,137
Trenda, Kris: 24,130,137
Troka, Susan: 108
Tschida, Beverlt: 130,137
Tschida, Evelyn: 108
Tucker, Lorrie: 113
Turenne, Lynn: 108
Twohy, lean: 108, 83, 86
Twohy, Maureen: 13, 20,130,137, 44,
Unger, Kathy: 112
Vacca, Barbara: 113,61
Vacca, Debra: 113, 61
Vadnais, Ann: 113
Valenty, Carole: 117
Valenty, Donajean: 113
Vandeberg, Diane: 117,40
Vernstrom, Heidi: 113, 80
Veitch, Debbie: 117,152,145
Velter, Kathy: 50,130
Vierling, Anita: 117
Vierling, Lynn: 108
Vocal Ensemble: 86
Voda, Ann: 56,113,88
Voss, Barbara: 113,37
Wagner, Mary: 130
Walek, Carol: 132, 5
Walerius, Linda: 108
Walerius, Susan: 117
Walsh, Mary Kaye: 130,137, 95,149
Walsh, Susan: 113
Walz, Margie: 100,131,137, 5,150
Walz, Mary: 131,137, 75, 5
Wappel, Pat: 131,133,137,150
Wasienski, Bonnie jean: 131
Watson, Susan: 109, 73
Weber, Denise: 131
Weber, Mary: 109
Weeda, Kathy: 51,115,119
Weese, Kathy: 131,137, 36
Weinke, Gayle: 100
Weis, loLynn: 113
Wellner, Mary Pat: 112
Wellner, Pam: 109
Welter, Lee: 113
Westlund, Nancy: 4, 26,131, 36, 5, 44
Wermers, Brenda: 109
Wermers, Mary Sue: 15,113, 34
Weyandt, Chris: 131,137,138
Wilberg, Ann: 131
Wiblishauser, Carole: 137
Wiblishauser, Lois: 109,131, 4
Wiese, Mary: 100,109
Williams, Deborah: 24,117
Wilson, Ann: 113
Winkler, Cindy: 131
Winkler, Nancy: 109
Winkler, Patrice: 2,113
Wojcik, Mary lo: 118, 131, 142, 44
Wojcik, Sue: 109
Woroby, Maria: 112
Wozniak, Sandy: 113
Woulf, Mary Kay: 57,101, 113
Wurm, Helen: 109
Young, lennifer: 117
Zarembinski, Mary Kay: 117, 60
Zenz, Cindy: 131,137
Zielinski, Marcella: 117
Zllliox, Pat: 117, 74
Zimmel, Susan: 131, 137,47
Zimmerman, Deborah: 26,27, 131,137
Zweher, Mary: 59, 92,131,137
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