Mount Carmel High School - Zelo Yearbook (Houston, TX)
- Class of 1975
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MT. CARMEL HIGH SCHO L
19755 VOLUME XVIX
TABLE OF CONTENTS
. . SENIORS. . .
. . 14 JUNIORS
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. 114 SOPHOMORES .
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THE 1975 ZELO BECAN WITH THE
QIDEATO CAPTURE THE BIG AND
5 LITTLE EVENTS WHICH MADE THIS YEAR
UNIQUE. RWE GRE W, WE FELL, AND
WE BEGAN ALL OVER AGAIN OUR
IIOURNE Y I5 NOW COMPLETE.
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'We develop new ideas as our time here is short. Each day we
begin with an open mind, hoping it will grow into a new di-
mension. We then can look forward to tomorrow and see the
highway we will be approaching. The difficulties will come
but because of our new prospect we will overcome this and
go on. The journey is just beginning.
WITH A NE WMIND, I
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The day I realized that others do exist, and the universe is
one big thing with a lot of little things, was the day I saw
you for you and me for me. Acceptance was a big thing I
wanted most. But before anything else, I had to accept my-
self-the good and the bad-I had to accept. We're on our
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WE SEE GOD
Coming together united as one group-
one student body. The mass gathers the
student body together to worship and
thank God for the many things He has
done for us. TOP RT: Fr. Clyde, cele-
brant, welcomes the students to the
Thanksgiving Mass. MID RT: The church
lights up with spirit as the celebrants re-
cess from the altar. BT LT: At the
Christmas Mass the Chorale leads the pro-
cession with Christmas carols. BT RT:
Senior boys, Mark Ross, Jerry Blystone,
and John Noey, proceed in at the be-
ginning of Mass.
TOP LEFT: Fr. Paul brings to life the idea
of being alive. MID LEFT: Fr. David wel-
comes all to the opening of the '74-'75
school year. MID RT: Fr. David tells how
each one of us has a specific role in our
school year. BT: Coach Speer is installed
by Fr. David as Extraordinary Minister of
From thestart to the finish, going out of ourselves to help others, each
person has the right to grow and develop. The choice is ours to take.
We'll always have this but when a golden opportunity slips by it is no
one's fault but ours. Right or wrong we must take it, stride and con-
tinue our journey. The road is long but we'll get there.
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ture, one which holds man's curiosity enough so he can
continue his journey. The loneliness involved is enough to
kill a person, but we don't give up. Our steps continue only
to find the long road never having a beginning or an end.
EACH STEP IS A STEP POR
TOMORROW-A CHANCE I CAN 'T GIVE
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TOTAL INVOL VEMENT V
It means total giving, both physically and emotionally, of yourself, your love,
your time and effort. It means sharing the responsibilities, the work, the prac-
tice, the enjoyment and the pride in creating and earrying out the traditions of
Carmel life. To give of yourself is a necessity for you are Carmel, and only you
can bring her to life. .
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THE ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL
YEAR AID IN OUR LEARNING PROCESS.
,WHETHER WINNING, LOSING, OR CHEERING,
OUR IN VOL VEMEN THAD TO BE A TOTAL ONE
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YEARBOOK DANCE BRINGS IT
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August 29 became a reality to over
700 students as the 1974 yearbooks
were distributed. LEFT PAGE: TOP
LEFT: During the dance the Zelo
staff had its second annual picture sale
as shown by Patricia Smalley and
Michael Chavez. TOP RIGHT: Seems
as though Senior Marian Theode found
something interesting to look at. BOT-
TOM LEFT: If you Weren't signing
books you may have had a chance to
take a look in the cafeteria and find
people dancing. BOTTOM RIGHT:
The halls were heavily congested with
people signing books. The hardest
part was thinking up things to say.
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RIGHT PAGE: TOP LEFT: Passerhy's usually stopped by
the picture sale to see if there were any pictures they might be
interested in. BOTTOM LEFT: Sr. Cynthia hunts for a speci-
fic picture. BOTTOM RIGHT: You couIdn't leave without
having one dance-john Shaklovitz and Marianne Wuensch
can tell you so.
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Carmel Carnival is an annual event that u-
nites student body, faculty, parents, and
alumni in to a unified people. The threat of
rain did not stop the good times that were
had by many. TOP RIGHT: Peggy Cox and
Chris Martin help make posters for the beer
garden. TOP LEFT: Frs. Foster and David
talk over last minute carnival plans. BT.
RIGHT: Jill Legler,-Ian Outersicle, and Don-
na Williamson help to make the Cadette Con-
fetti Egg Booth a smashing success.
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TOP LEFT: The faculty had a big part in putting on the
carnival. Fr. David announces the winner in the Variety
Booth. MIDDLE LEFT: Junior girls, Laurie Mikes, Connie
Mechura, and Michelle Meehan, try to win at the "Ring A
Drink" booth. BT. LEFT: Mindy Jones and Bobby Fair-
child, alumni, try their hand at the Las Vegas Booth. BT.
RIGHT: Even the worke rs get involved in winning, as
shown by this one worker. The Carnival itself was enjoyed
The Carnival Drive, itself, is the part where
the students play in selling carnival tickets. Initi-
ated again this year is the cash prizes. TOP RIGHT:
As one ofthe students holds the box of names, Fr.
Foster draws for a S53 cash prize. BT. LEFT: Fr.
Foster goes over the rules with the student body
at the opening ofthe drive. BT. LEFT: John Noey
receives his cash prize from Mrs. Rutherford.
TOP LEFT: Coach Carr, top class winner, has
a birthday wish from the students. TOP
RIGHT: On the last day of the drive, Mrs. Ru-
therford announces the top class and saiesmen.
BT. LEFT: Mr. Roach and Fr. Foster announce
the winner for the car. BT. RIGHT: The an-
nouncement of the many winners is awaited by
A TIME T0 CHEER ANDA TIME TO PRAY
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As part of the Homecoming celebration, the students and the fac-
ulty have set aside a little time to reflect and thank our Father for '
the time we spend together.
LEFT PAGE: TOP: The celebrants, Frs. David, Foster, and
Paul, prepare the bread and wine for the consecration. BOT-
TOM LEFT: Altar boys, Terry Berger and Bill Lierman re-
ceive Communion. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. and Mrs. Ohlenforst
take 'part in the offertory procession. RIGHT PAGE: TOP
LEFT: Sister Margaret Mary gets prepared to read the second
reading. TOP RIGHT: Ah ha! Boys really do have a singing
voice. BOTTOM: Spirit of Homecoming allows students to
participate in Communion more fully.
TR UE REBEL SPIRIT'
Records were made to be
broken, and the '74 Home-
coming Bonfire did just
that. TOP RT: A wet
Held and many spectators
viewed the largest bonfire
in Carmel history. TOP
LT: Carl Franzen proved
his true Rebel spirit by
representing the tradition-
al REBEL. BT LT: The
Senior boys came through
again fulfilling their role in
building our bonfire. BT
RT: A new addition to
Homecoming Queen and
King was Homecoming
Baby won by Tony Frago-
TOP: These are the guys who put more time and effort into making the
'74 bonfire success. They are J. Shaklovitz, D. Harris, Coach D. Lock-
ridge, M. Samperi, R. Bailey, D. McFall, C. Franzen, J. Ochoa, T. Ce-
ballos, B. Craig, D. Passmore, H. Segura, and M. Breechen. BT LT: The
cool and damp weather didn't stop the Twirlers from performing their
routine to the "Yellow Rose ofTexas." BT RT: The time finally ar-
rived, in a minute, history.
TOP: Homecoming draws
together the members of
Carmel, past and present,
to generate the spirit of
the future. BOTTOM
LEFT: The Cadettes con-
tributed enthusiasm to the
game as the players gave it
their all on the field. BOT-
TOM RIGHT: Donna
helps to get the spirit go-
ing throughout the game
by leading in the Rebel
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TOP LEFT: Father David shows his emotion by doing a twist
forjoy. TOP RIGHT AND BOTTOM: Throughout the games,
the Rebels never let up and showed their ability to run the ball
and to stop the opposition. Win or lose, the Rebels will always
hold a special meaning in our hearts.
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Homecoming is a time for reminiscing. The Home-
coming dance winds up the weekend festivities. Dur-
ing this time the King is crowned. TOP RT: Princess
Miriam Darst and Prince Scott Talley dance. TOP LT
Mark Ross and Betsy Shannon take a break from the
dance to talk things out. BT RT: Queen Theresa
and King-Iohn dance their dance. BT LT: The dance
was enjoyed by many.
TOP LT: Cindy Mechura and her date take a
break from the Homecoming activities. MID
LT: The Homecoming court awaits the an-
nouncement of King. MID RT: The final mo-
ment arrived and Queen Theresa crowns King
John Noey. BOTTOM LT: Debbi Barrera and
Bobby Mikeska enjoy the jitter Bug.
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Brown and White day brings Carmel together
as a unified body. This year Brown 8: White
day was held on two different days-one for
football and onefor basketball. TOP: Mrs.
Carpenter introduces the Girls Varsity Basket-
ball team. MIDDLE LEFT: The Varsity Foot-
ball team demonstrates its tactics. MIDDLE
RIGHT: The basketball team goes over its
format for practices. BOTTOM: Ms. Greene
introduces the J.V. Basketball Girls Team to
the on-looking crowd.
BRDWN Sz WHITE DA Y EXTENDS TO Z DA YS
The weather has always played an important part in
many Carmel activities. Rain had not dampered the
Brown 81 White day festivities. The activities took
place in the gym. TOP LEFT: The twirlers marched
on to Forward Brovsm 8c White. TOP RIGHT: The
varsity football team demonstrates the tactics that
will be used during the season. BT. LT: The Ca-
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worked on during the summer.
V BT. RT. Cheerleaders Donna and Cathy do a little
boogie for the onlookers.
EXPLODE WITH AC TI O
Pep Rallies play an important part in Carmel
spirit. They are one of the major roles in boost-
ing spirit. Each class has a chance to participate i
and express their creativity. ,
TOP RIGHT: Co-head cheerleader, Lindy Kirn, dem-
onstrates the gymnastics involved in being a cheerleader.
BOTTOM LEFT: The senior spirit came as a high point
in one of the pep rallies. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Walte-
meyer clenches his fist to emphasize the spirit of Carmel.
TOP LEFT: If you didn't know it, Mt. Carmel H.S. has a celebrity in its presence-
Mr. CLINT. TOP RIGHT: Theresa Ortiz leads in class spirit with a cheer. BOT-
TOM: With major Claudio Roman, the boys side of the Cadettes aclds a little laugh
to boost spirit.
ENLI GH TEN
Growing and learning not only can be taught in the classroom,
but outside as in such things as assemblies. TP RT: A group of
students along with some of the faculty performed a One Act
Play as shown by Patty Halpin and Larry Hyek. MID RT: The
Houston Baptist University Singing Group performs the songs
of today. BT LT: Br. Wally along with Debra Rose reach for the
sky as they are about ready to be searched. BT RT: A group of
40 girls from Immaculara High School in New Orleans sing how
love, life and music are the keys to life.
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The Ad 84 Patron Drive aids in the development ofthe school. TOP LEFT
Mrs. Rutherford again added her service in the drive and with the Sr. Play
Program. MID LEFT: Linda Boeker, Vivian Martell and Robbie Hoover
were the typists in the play program. MID RIGHT: Top Underclassmen
Salesmen: Jack James, Sophomoreg Phyllis Llorens, Freshmang Missing:
Iris Elizondo, Junior Top Salesman.
BT LT: Top Sr. Salesmen: lst, Rita Pradierg
2nd, Scott Talleyg and 3rd, Cathy Coleman. BT
RT: Sister Juliette helped in making the drive
MIGI-ITYREBEL5 TAKE DISTRICTAND
The Mt. Carmel Rebels
District Champs soon
became the Mt. Car-
mel Rebels State
Champs. TOP: The
team enjoys a Pep Ral-
ly by the Cheerleaders.
MID LT: Rick Nor-
iega expresses his emo-
tion after winning the
Erst game at the state
MID RT: Hugs, screams and cheers came as
the Rebels were announced the victors.
BOTTOM: Mt. Carmel beat San Antonio
Antonian 5-3 in the semi-finals. The An-
tonian catcher hates to admit it, but it
looks like a homer.
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The 1975 T.C.I.L. Baseball Finals found Mt.
Carmel versus Central Catholic of San An-
tonio. The hopes were high and the game en-
sured excitement. TP LT: Bill Lierman spent
his time on the mound during the first in-
nings of the game. He had two hits to add
to his pitching ability. TP RT: The Rebels
placed four top players on the Most Valu-
able Players list. They were: Mark Ross,
Doug McLaughlin, John Noey and Bill Lier-
MIDDLE: We are number one as the Rebels yell in
unison. BOTTOM: The fans sat on the edge of their
seats as each inning passed. But it was all worth it to
have the Champsfrom Mt. Carmel.
YGU ARE THE LIGHT OE THE WORLD
Senior retreat recalls how we, as humans, grow in
many ways. We take time to reflect where we are
and how we stand and Why. TOP: Scott Talley re-
flects things of the past and begins to understand
why. BT LT: Group discussion was a lively part of
the Senior Girls retreat. BT RT: Lydia Thibideaux
explains how group unity is essential in any class.
A retreat never ends, it only goes on. Many people will tend to agree
with that. A retreat leaves some sort of mark in the lives of every
one. TOP: Ronnie Novak looks into the future and wonders what
the many roads will lead to. MID: There will always be a time for
sharing things. BT: Fr. Bill Young tells how giving is the greatest
The Seniors will always hold this retreat in
their hearts. It was a time of learning, growing
and reconciling with ourselves and others. We
may never see our friends again, but at least
we will know that we are friends.
RETREAT LEADS TO DEEP
For the first time in Carmel history, the
Underclassmen Retreat was held at the Villa
De Matel. The atmosphere held great excite-
ment. The retreat held a desire to discover
ourselves a little more. Teachers like Fr.
Davis and Sr. Margaret Mary made it possi-
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the "Spirit" of things with their
Senior Play, "Get Witch Quick".
TOP: A cast of twenty put on
two performances before capa-
city crowds. MID LT: Clarence
Lee portrayed Craft Col1ege's
gardener. MID RT: Vivian Mar'
tell, alias Mother Hecate, gives
a final speech to the soon grad-
uating Salem witches. BOTTOM:
Student Director, Barbie Bie-
lamowicz checks the last min-
ute costuming before curtain
"GET WITCH QUICK" SHOWED THERE WAS
A BIT OP WI TCHCRAFT
IN THE BEST OF US.
There are always people behind the scenes who add their own touch to the show.
TP LT: Br. Daniel Snyder, Technical Dixectorg Barbie Bielamowicz, Student Di-
rectorg Chuck Fitzpatrick, Stage Manager and Fr. Davis Cote, Play Director. TP
RT: The magic of love and the magic of witchcraft came between these two ma-
jor characters, Cindy Daleo and John Garvey. BT LT: It was no fantasy for Un-
d.ine and Milo, respectively portrayed by Jill Legler and Larry I-Iilscher. BT RT:
A final bow closed the show but never the memories of the hard work and good
TOP: The Crew of "Get Witch Quick"
worked as harcl and as well as the cast
did to make both performances a suc-
cess. MIDDLE: "Mirror, mirror, donlt
be blue . . . tell us are we witches
true?" Tita Springer and Theresa Har-
ris make final make-up preparations.
BOTTOM: John Garvey wants to
know the truth about Craft College
and the idea of witchcraft in general.
SALEM, MASS. AND
CRAP T COLLEGE ARE
ALIVE :Zz WELL IN THE
SENIOR PLA Y OF '75,
TOP: The word "practice" was probably hated
by all but it was important for a successful
play. Cindy and John act out an important
scene in the lives ofjuneele and Steve. MID-
DLE: The cast takes one final run-through
before performing for the faculty. BOTTOM:
All watch with amazement during the climax
of the play.
WHEN IT'5 BED BUG
TIME IN MEDINA .
Due to technical difficulties, the Senior Trip of 1975 was transferred
to the Circle "R" Ranch in Medina. TOP: Tony Fragoso demonstrates
his physical skill as a crowd gathers. MID: When the night rolled in,
the Seniors gathered at the poolside dance floor to do the Cotton-eyed
joe. BOT: Cynthia Spacek contributes a reading to the evening Mass.
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TP LT: Steve Duncan times his assault on the rings with a
spellbound audience of Seniors. TP RT: The class of 1975
is led in the liturgy by Fr. Paul. MID LT: Seniors and spon-
sors malce final preparations for the trip. MID RT: Volley-
ball before dinner works up an appetite. BOT: The colonel
joins his guests in a song.
After a hard week of campaigning the day finally came for
speeches voting and the announcing of the wmners TP LT
Trying for a thlrd year as President but this year as President
of the student body was John Barbosa
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TP RT: The new Treasurer would be Hayden, Provenzano, Ricca or So-
bieski. Not: blinded by the idea of money, Nan, Roseann, Sandra and
Mary Ann wait for the end, and possibly a new future. BT LT: Both p
Sophomores and juniors ran for the office of vice-President. Each, Tris-
tan Davis, Richard Harris, Rick Noriega, Charles Shannon and Don Wheel-
er, anxiously await their turn to speak. BT RT: With a bit of reflection
and a few past memories ofa friend, Sam Mandola spoke of the true
meaning and importance of the President of the Student Council.
STUDENTS ELECT NEW OFFICERS
WITH NEW GOALS.
The office of President is a time-requiring,
hard and very important jobg one which
leads the entire student body of Mt. Car-
mel. This year, four qualified members of
the class of '76, John Barbosa, Bill Gregg,
Sam Mandola and Bill Ward, ran for this
prestigious position. MID LT: The new
Student Council Officers for 1975-76 are:
President, john Barbosag Vice-President, Don
Wheelerg Secretary, Mike Talley and Treas-
urer, Roseann Provenzano.
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BOT: Something new was experienced this year in the race for
Secretary. A male, Mike Talley stepped up andjoined the other
four young ladies runningg Barbara Bole, Liz Ethridge, Malia
Lockridge and Laura Voss.
NE W LIGHT SHINES ON CADE TTE OFFICERC
One night a year finds one group of leaders stepping down to let
the light shine on another group of eligible girls. This, of course,
is the big night for the Cadettesg that of Cadette Installation.
TOP: This was one of the most successful years for the Cadettes,
as expressed by Major Theresa Harris. With tears in her eyes,
she said thank you and farewell to a great group of girls. MID
LT: Major Harris leads the Carmel Cadettes of 1974-75 one last
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she can further her education, Mrs. Sissy Fen- O O ' 5 " t if'
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LT: Saying she would still be around, but less active, Sr.
Margaret Mary comforted the girls as she introduced the new
sponsor. TP RT: Theresa gives the final command as the girls
are about ready to be seated for the evening. BT LT: The
new major for 1975-76, Cecilia Valdes, is congratulated by her
fellow cadettes. BT RT: Theresa presents Sister with a token
of her appreciation.
THE SPIRIT STICK IS
Nervousness and the jitters are all part of Cheerleader elections.
Each girl realizes that she could be leading the student body in
cheers. It is a great responsibility that must be met and each girl
must be willing to accept this. Each girl waits patiently for the final
Group unity leads to any successful
goal and each girl possessed this.
LEFT: The New 1975
76 Cheerleaders are:
Sallie Schmitt, Patricia
Hollek, Karen Hart-
men, Cathy Musachia,
Donna Mixon, and Bri-
gid Foley, Head Cheer-
IRS.--SRS. ORBITAROUND THE
The new Downtown Holi-
day Inn was the h0st of
the 1975 jr.-Sr. Prom. The
packed room was filled
with excitement and the
music of Six Pack. TOP
RIGHT: For the second
year in a row, Mrs. Blanc
was voted Outstanding
Senior Teacher and re-
ceived a trophy.
A tradition of the evening is the giving of
roses to each Senior girl. Three of the re-
cipients were QBOTTOM LEFT, Camilla
Boss, Cindy Daleo, and QBOTTOM RIGHTQ
TOP: Rae Acliin and her escort
found the music quite enjoy-
able to dance to. MIDDLEg
Roberta Lockhart and her date
admire the Senior cake. BOT-
TOM: David Harris, Sr. Class
President, and Cynthia Spacek,
Sr. Class Secretary present Mrs.
Blanc with a memento of their
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INDI VID UAL
TP RT: Pitcher Mark Ross was honored as the MOST VAL
UABLE PLAYER in Varsity Baseball by Coach Ron Car-
penter. LT: Father David offered the evening's invocation
and benediction. BT RT: Coach Carpenter congratulates
Nathan Garner for the effort which earned him the BEST
DEFENSIVE PLAYER award in baseball.
TP LT: Father Davis emceed the eveningg his sense of
humor adding levity to the proceedings. BT LT: Mike
Holbrook accepts the OUTSTANDING BACK award
from Varsity Football Coach jerry Speer. RT: Coach
Roy Waltemyer credited those individuals on the Fresh
man Football team who worked through a challenging
TP RT: Coach Speer's rapport with the audience
was clear in his soul-touching speech. LT: Mike
Holbrook presents Elaine Elliott with roses for
being one of the girls outstanding in support of
the track team. BT RT: Coach Speer congratu-
lates Ronnie Novak, who earned the MOST VAL-
UABLE TRACK MEMBEPt award.
I US TRE WARD
TP LT: Joe Seahorn receives the BEST OFFENSIVE
PLAYER award for basketball from the hands of
Coach jim Lover. RT: Matt Lewis, demonstrating
his spontaneous ad libbing abilities, acts as spokes-
man for the Boy's Track Team. BT LT: Mrs. Lamp-
ing speaks as vice-principal of student activities.
ACKN O WLEDGED
The Girl Athletes received awards for their successful efforts
during the past year. TP RT: Mrs. Carpenter and Ms. Greene
join in awarding the outstanding girl athletes. MID LT: Patti
Sullivan was awarded the MOST VALUABLE BASKETBALL
PLAYER award. BOT RT: Mary Fonke is congratulated by
Mrs. Carpenter on being the OUTSTANDING OFFENSIVE
TP LT: Lindy Kjrn was proud to accept the MOST VALUABLE VOL-
LEYBALL PLAYER award. TP RT: The MOST VALUABLE TRACK
award went to Thelma Newell. BOT LT: Marie Sammons receives the
OUTSTANDING FIELD EVENT award. BOT RT: The girl's athletic
teams honored Brother Wally for his faithful support during all their
At the Mother's Day Mass, guest speaker, Fr. Alchediak,
president of Strake Jesuit High School, spoke on taking
life and its precious moments for granted. We need to
slow down, get the most out of our youth, and remem-
ber to be grateful for the things that mean the most to
us, our biggest award, our Moms. That's why we students
at Carmel dedicate our awards day mass to our Mothersg
without them, we never could be winners.
WE OFFER TI-IEE, DEAR MOM
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After the mass, a reception was
held in the cafeteria for everyone
in honor of the Mothers.
Hard work for many pays off. In
the end, every student is honored
or acknowledged. TOP: john Bar-
bosa accepts an award from Fr. Da-
vid along with a smile and hand-
shake. BOTTOM: Cum Laude
Awards: S. Stehling, G. Perez, L.
De Varona, L. Hilscher, D. Magill,
R. Bailey, B. Podraza, T. Edel, and
STUDENTS ARE HUNDRED
QL to RJ G. Torres, C. Martin, J. Johnson,
C. Lee, A. Kolaski, C. Roman, D. johnson,
D. Harris, M. Wuench, and D. Patlovany.
BOTTOM: Language Awards: QL to RJ I.
Ruiz, S. Pavlosky, C. Patlovany, P. Keene,
C. Martin, E. Law, G. Perez, T. Springer, C.
Nialek, QMissing: L. Cadena, L. Dillenburgj
WE GROW TO DEVELOP
NE WIDEAS WHICH AID OTHERS
TOP: Scholarships and Citations: QL to N
RJ B. Thurmond, T. Ortiz, S. Talley, B. '
Bielamowicz, C. McDonald, P. Gentempo, ,
S. Casiraghi, D. Hollek, L. Kirn, L. Hil-
scher, D. Harris. QMissing: M. Alexander,
J. Legler, Howell, A. Thibodeauxj.
BOTTOM: Fr. David awards Anthony
Thibodeaux a scholarship for Summer
Classes at the Museum of Fine Arts.
TOP: Senior National Honor Society: QKneelingj
T. Harris, T. Edel, T. Springer, L. Madonio. Qlst
Rowj C. McDonald, T. Ortiz, B. Bielamowicz, A.
Kolaski, V. Martell. f2nd Rowj L. Vavricka, J.
johnson, R. Achin, G. Perez, S. Casiraghi, B.
Thurmond, C. Roman, D. Harris. 13rd Rowj P.
Gentempo, D. Hollek, L. Kirn, W. Lierman, L.
Hilscher, L. Biediger. QMissing: T. Fairchildj.
BOTTOM: Business Awards: QL to RQ L. Boe-
ker, J. Barbosa, P. Gentempo, V. Martell, D. Har-
SUCCESS IS A
TOP: journalism and Yearbook Award:
B. Bielamowicz and L. Madonio. BOTTOM:
junior Who's Who: C. Martin, J. Ruhnke,
E. Law, C. Patlovany, L. Voss, K. Hartman
and J. Barbosa. QMissing: R. Zaebst, K.
Stelly, D. Hanna, B. Bloe and S. Ricca.j
TOP: Junior National Honor Society: fKneelingj C. Valdes, A. Gaidousek, L. Voss, E. Law. Qlst Row, J.
Ruhnke, A. Bednarski, D. Ruiz, M. Sobieski, Q2nd Rowj C. Martin, G. Torres, D. Wheeler, J. Barbosa, M. Lan-
dry, C. Patlovany. Q3rd Rowj G. Baluis, S. McDonald. BOTTOM: Magna Cum Laude: QL to RJ L. Vavricka, C
McDonald, S. Casiraghi, B. Bielamowicz, P. Gentempo, A. Kolaski, B. Thurmond, and R. Achim.
Students who excel themselves in one or many studies are recognized at the Awards
Assembly. Many who have shown some sort of leadership are also recognized.
TOP: Barbara Bielamovvicz, Valedictorian, helps to Emcee the awards day as she
announces the next award. BOTTOM: The May Court of 1974-75: QL to RQ
Stephanie Stehling, Beverly Thurmond, Leanne Vavricka, Anne Kolaski, Rae
Achin, Carol McDonald, Barbara Bielamowicz, Grizell Perez, Theresa Ortiz and
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Senior Who's Who: Qlst rowj C. McDonald, B
Bielamowicz, A. Kolaski, T. Ortiz. Q2nd rowj
B. Podraza, G. Perez, S. Casaraghi, B. Thur-
mond, R. Achin, C. Roman, D. Harris. Q3rd
rowj L. Vavricka, R. Bailey, L. Hilscher, P.
Gentempo, S. Talley. QMissing: M. Darst, C.
spacek, S. Petterj. BOT: English Awards:
QL to RQ D. Patlovany, P. Doucet, A. Balius, B
Bielamowicz. QMissing: R. Zaebstj.
ME TRO-GOLDWYN CARMEL
SPOTLIGHTS SENI ORS AT
In making this night come
alive, many long hours of
preparation were needed.
From cooking to practicing
for skits, effort from all Ju-
niors was needed. The spon-
sors, such as Mrs. Ohlen-
forst put in many long hours
of work and as usual, the
evening turned out to be a
Having been seated below the Class of '75 for three years, the Ju-
niors had a final chance to strike out and tell all their true feelings
felt about these students at Junior-Senior Night. The juniors worked
late every night in preparation for this evening. The different com-
mittees worked and planned the skits, costumes, decorations and the
dinner. Without such people as Fr. Foster, Sr. Juliet, Sr. Cynthia, Mrs.
Etluidge and Angela Guidoschelc, the evening woulcln't have been the
success it Was.
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The perfect evening for students, relatives and friends came so
fast, yet left a new and deep impression on us all. TOP: A
prayer for our coming year together and our many years in the
future, began the evening by Sr. Cynthia, a junior sponsor. MID
LT: Secretary Laura Voss, aided Mrs. Lamping in the reading of
the names. MID RT: A pause for meditation and important
thought grew in the minds of this class. BOT: The President of
the class, John Barbosa, gave his hopes for the year to come, for
this spirited classg the spirit of '76.
IUNIORS OPI-'ICIALLY BECOME
L SENIORS ATRING NIGHT
There always comes a time when the under-
classmen of today become the Seniors of to-
morrow. Next to Graduation, Ring Night is
one ofthe most memorable events in a stu-
dent's life. TP LT: The turning of the ring
finalizes the eyening's sparkle. Mrs. Hennessy
congratulates Peggy Cox. TP RT: The mean-
ing of the ring is a deep story, as told by
Fr. Foster. BOT: The students examine
their new possessions to find out they really
are the Class of 1976.
LIFE, LIKE A GAME, IS SO
MUST LEARN TQ
WITH AND FACE
WE MAY NEVER PASS THIS WAY AGAIN-The Seniors of 1975
were united together for the last time in the celebration of the Bac-
calaureate Mass. A mass that took a lot of hard work from every
Senior. It's all over now, but we have the memories to linger on to.
WE FIND THE FINAL
PA TH ONLY TO SEE A
Graduation is a time forjoys and memories, tears and laugh-
ter. Each class knows this is their last time together as a class.
Some will come back and some will not. TP: Barbie Bielamo-
vvicz delivers Valedictorian speech as she notes we will never
pass this way again.
MID LT: Bishop John L. Morkovsky gives the
Benediction, asking God for the guidance of the
graduating class. MID RT: Br. Daniel Snyder
leads the Senior girls in "Prepare Ye The Way Of
The Lord-Long Live God." BOTTOM: After the
diplomas were given, the Senior boys joined in
with the Senior Class song, "We Will Never Pass
This Way Again."
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Seniors find time to remember the little things they did together, so the
memories will never end, only continue. TOP: The 1975 Graduation
Class of Mt. Carmel High. MID LT: Fr. David hands Peter Gentempo his
diploma and a smile of congratulations. MID RT: The Senior class sang
the final tune as one class. BOTTOM: Senior boys sing a song of memories
the final songg "We May Never Pass This Way Again".
NOW WE MUST LEARN TO GROW
We've exploded with joy and shed a tear, no matter what has
happened, we will remember each other. TOP: Fr. Gerald Ben-
son, graduation speaker, tells of the many adventures a student
goes through. MID LT: John Shaklovitz plays in deep thought
of being a graduation student. MID RT: The faculty watch, with
honor, the graduating class of 1975. BT LT: Theresa Ortiz be-
gins the "Long Live God" with great reverence. BT RT: Frank
Pizzitola adds rhythmic sound with the drums.
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TOP: A final time to say "Good Bye and Thanks" is what
Jerry Sobieski and Roy Turner do. MID LT: Carol McDon-
ald gladly accepts her diploma from Fr. David. MID RT:
Darrell Cleboski tunes up for the Class Song. BOTTOM:
Donna Williamson and jan Outterside await parents as the
four long years come to an end.
The faculty of Mt. Carmel gives of themselves to help each of us see the new
roads ahead. Working to help make things easier is only part of their job.
The other half is being our friends-on a one to one basis they open new
roads to our future.
WE SEE THEMAS TEACHERS BUTPIND
THAT THE YARE TRULY A PART OF US.
SOME WILL BE MORE THAN A TEACHER,
BUT EACH HAS THE ULTIMATE GOAL
OF SEEING US EYE TO EYE.
ADMINISTRA TORS TACKLE THE MANY
TASKS OFA SCHOOL
COMM UNI TY.
MID LEFT: Father Gregory Battaffarano,
O. Carm, Assistant Principal in charge of
curriculum, continued his search for better
ways to make Carmel life better for every-
one. MID RT: Fr. David Hajduk, Principal,
helped the community to reach definite
goals. BOTTOM: Mrs. Evelyn Lamping,
Assistant Principal in charge of Student Ac-
tivities, continued to bring students together
as one Carmel Body.
TOP: Reverend David Hajduk, O
Many responsibilities weigh down the administrators of a school. Working
together helps make these responsibilities a little easier. The Administra-
tion does the minor yet major things which makes a classroom go. They
help make the school work as a whole-not individually. The needs of the
school must be met. Whether big or small, the administration helps to
make these needs met. Their reward may not be seen, but it can be felt.
TOP: Sister Paul Marie, S.S.N.D., Assistant Principal in charge of Home-
School relations, brought the parents and students together to agree on
issues to make the school work.
LEFT: Fr. David, along with the other administrators brought a person to
person contact with students.
Many people see that the office
staff is a necessity to Mt. Carmel
High School. But they aren't
just people, they're friends.
From sore throats, which need X
the care of Mrs. Rice, to the
"no lunch money blues" to 1
which Mrs. Hennessy holds the
cure, they give of themselves to
each person they meet. - X . ' we
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Mrs. joan Self
Sr. Helen Roper, Secretary to the Principal, was
the errand worker of the office staff. Typing,
duplicating, and working out appointments were
just everyday tasks for thisjob. Mrs. joan Self,
Secretary to the Vice-Principal in charge of Cur-
riculum, worked with the transcripts, report cards,
and averages of each student.
PEOPLE HELPING TO ANSWER
THE STUDENTS'N EDS
R. Greco, '
Sr. M. Albertus, '
.D. and Fr. Paul
Sc weizer, O. Carmel.
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ABOVE: Mr. Jim Lover and Mrs. Billie
Haley. LEFT PAGE: TOP: Sr. Albertus
checks various college listings. QBOTTOMJ
while Fr. Paul helps Therese Harris with
choosing a career. RIGHT PAGE: TOP:
Mr. Lover, disciplinarian and athletic di-
rector, starts a busy day in the discipline
office by checking over the absentee list.
BOTTOM LEFT: Renewing books is just
one of the many duties of our librarian,
A TTI TU DE S.
Rellglon 1S a part of everyone's life each day no matter
what rel1g1on you are. First, you discover yourself, then
the Bible The many church mysteries now become un-
folded Your future and the ultimate aspects of marriage
are now lald before you.
TOP: Ultimate is an
interesting, fun class as
shown through the
smiling faces of Don
Passmore and Terry
Berger. MID LT: Larry
Biediger, Ron Bailey,
and George Finlay, are
they really studying or
just putting on a good
show. MID RT: Mrs.
Blanc and freshman
Terri Gregg, share a
during Discovery Class.
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TOP LT: Coach Speer prepares to show an informative
movie to his Ultimate Class. MIDDLE RIGHT: Fr. Davis
stresses a point to his attentive class. BOTTOM: Fr. Paul
adds variety to his teachings through the use of the over-
head projector and microphone.
Fr. Foster Hanley,
Miss Carol Firsching
PAST PRESENT A D
FUTURE ALL IN ONE
Miss Linda Croto
Mr. John Carr
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What does the Eighteenth Amendment, the Spanish-American
War and Custer's Last Stand have in common. The same thing
that Fr. Foster, Miss Firsching, Miss Croto and Mr. Carr do-
History. LEFT PAGE: TOP: Fr. Foster, the History Dept.
Chairman worked at the top and the bottom. Freshmen learned
American History and Seniors, Advanced American Government.
NHD LT: With sponsor, Miss Carol Firsching, four Mt. Carmel
seniors took part in the 1975 close-Up Trip. K. Alexander, S.
Stehling, G. Fitzpatrick and A. Kolaski witnessed the White
House, Capitol and sat in on Senate conferences. MID RT:
American Government was taught by Miss Firsching. This course
explained such things as the Presidency and the Amendments to
our Constitution. RIGHT PAGE: TOP: The new teacher in the
History Department was Miss Linda Croto who taught both Amer-
ican History I and III. BOTTOM: Filling out the department
was Mr. john Carr. Term papers and deep discussions were per-
tinent in his class.
SELF EXPRESSION IS
THE KEY T0 INSIGHT
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Mrs. Cindy Ohlenforst
The English department offers many
open roads through tomorrow. Whether
it be a list of words to learn or reading
The Bell jar, students begin to feel an
awareness through these things. Field
Trips add a wide variety to many adven-
tures. Today we can grow and expand
our mind to many different things.
At Carmel, there 1S more of one on one rela
tionships between teachers and students wh1ch
creates more of a Iearmng atmosphere Classes
erestmg, wh1ch holds the attent1on of
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It is always important for a person to experience cul-
tures unlike his own. The Foreign Language depart-
ment of Mr. Carmel High School offers the students
three such experiences. Whether it be the bullfights
of Spain, the Bavarian Alps of Germany or the Arc
cle Triumph of France, the students become more
familiar with the languages of Spanish, German and
French. TOP: French was taught this year by Br.
Daniel Snyder. MIDDLE: Sr. Margaret Mary tackled
the area of Spain and Mexico alone this year. BOT-
TOM: Spanish students express their delight for one
of Sister's "repasas".
NE WADVEN TURES FOUND IN FOREIGN
Br. Daniel Snyder, O, Carm.
Fr. Gregory Battafarano, O, Carm.
TOP: One could almost expect anything
from German class. Fr. Gregory makes both
teaching and learning enjoyable for all.
MID LT: Fr. Gregory explains the impor-
tance of not only knowing German, but a
foreign language in general. MID RT: Br.
Dan checks his students' vocabulary drills.
SCIENCE, LIKE H20 + C02 IS A CAS'
The Science department at Mt. Carmel is one that is open for
any student to use his initiative in furthering his adventures
in the study of science. With department head, Sr. Marlene,
Mr. Jerry Speer, Mrs. Grace Beam and Mr. John Beam, the
students learn- such things as the human anatomy, composi-
tion of matter, and Einstein's theory. Many experiments help
the learning process of the respective Science classes.
Through experimentation, young Carmel scientists learn all of the
techniques of exploring into the unknown as well as life. TP RT:
Sr. Marlene, S.S.N.D.g Mr. Jerry Speerg Mrs. Grace Beamg Mr.
As we grow into the future, Mathematics
becomes increasingly important in our
highly technical society. Mt. Carmel has
risen to the needs and demands of stu-
dents this year by offering excellent in-
struction in courses ranging from Basic
Mathematics to Calculus.
Br. Waldyn Benek, O. Carm.
Mr. Roy Waltemyer
THE PEREEC T SUBIEC T WITH A PERSONAL
Each teacher added his or her own personality and
warmth, thus enriching and personalizing even the
most complicated subjects.
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The P.E. department is devoted to finding the hidden
talents of our students. The Carpenters chose interest-
ing and educational sports which would keep and hold
the interest of the P.E. students. TOP: Gymnastics is a
favorite ofthe Girls' P.E. Department. MID LT: Mr.
Carpenter watches his students enjoy a game of basket-
ball. MID RT: Mr. Carpenter finds Health to be an im-
portant part ofthe P.E. course. BOT: Students show
their pleasure as Mr. Carpenter declares no Cal!
Mr. Ron Carpenter
THE MIND AND
Mrs. Jackie Carpenter
TOP: Mrs. Carpenter shows the girls the best techniques in
Gymnastics. MID: Peggy Cox demonstrates her ability on the
balance beam. BOTTOM: Near the end of the tri, the girls
P.E. class sponsored a bike decorationf contest. They got their
exercises for the day by exhibiting their art work around the
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TP RT: Frank Pizzitola and Arthur Lujan learn that if you make a
mess you must clean it up. TP LT: Sr. Paul Marie, S,S.N.D. MID LT:
Coach Carr dines with Home EC. Group. BT LT: Junior girls show
that sewing is both a hobby and an art. BT RT: The one part of
Home Ec. many people don't enjoy.
TP LT: Rudy Perez and Don Passmore start the long
preparation for a great meal. MID RT: Bachelor Liv-
ing contains a lot of student teacher instruction.
BT LT: Bachelor Living class proudly stands behind
the banquet they prepared. BT RT: Mrs. Sue Heil-
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Mrs Velma Bailey
Mr Phillip Darling
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Art and Drafting are two courses
which primarily exploit the true hid-
den talents. The purpose is to give
the students the opportunity to ex-
plore within themselves, see their tal-
ents, and work to prosper their works
In their respective fields, Sr. Leonelle
and Mrs. Bailey urge their students
with a helping hand toward the de-
velopment of these talents. Sr. Leon-
elle always has different exercises and
new creative ideas to interest the artis
tic abilities of each student.
ART8z DRAFTING: THROUGH PENCILS
AND PENS WE CREA TE.
Sr. Leonelle, S.S.N.D.
Mrs. Bailey felt drafting was important and taught
with great influence in her classes. Drafting is a
prospering field for both men and women. It is
necessary to be interested in something to be suc-
cessful. These courses were successful in giving
the students a chance to express themselves with-
out having facts drummed into their heads. Each
course had its exceptional, excelling students who
took the knowledge which was offered from Sr.
Leonelle and Mrs. Bailey, and turned it into an
individual and unique talent of their own.
Sr. Juliette, S.S.N.D.
Mr. Darrell Lockridge
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The Business department prepares each person for the busi-
ness world. Whether typing to working with machines, each
plays a significant part. Teachers like Sr. Juliette and Mr.
Lockridge add a little of themselves to each course.
THE KEY OF BUSINESS'
Mrs. JoAnne Rutherford
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One of Carmel's longtime friends, Mrs. Rutherford, left to start
her new family. Her personal touch was welcomed by many. We
now welcome Mrs. Campbell to the business department.
Through the many long hours that aren't
really seen by others, these people make the
mechanics ofthe school work. Whether fuc-
ing lunches or setting up tables, they are the
people who make things work. Mr. Lee Ha-
blinski, not pictured, does the mechanical
make up of Carmel. Mrs. Gregory, Mrs. Pra-
sek, Tom and Martin help to see that all is
WHEN YOU LEAST EXPECTIT,
THE Y ARE AL WA YS THERE
Mr. Amiot helps to ensure that we have the right
books while Mrs. Ethridge makes sure that we have
enough sandwiches. Many people don't realize how
important they are.
Sports are not made by physical skill: it takes an inner maturity, strength,
and the agility in life. A Rebel is one who represents his school and strives to
do the best of his ability. Whatever the sport and whatever the sex, Mt. Car-
mel produces true athletes. Success may not always be present, in our sport
fields, yet a Carmel Athlete knows the real goal he will achieve in the end.
TO LEARN -THE AGON Y OF DEFEA TAND
THE JOY OF WINNING IS ONLYA SMALL PART
OF THE ATHLETIC WORLD TODAK WE
WORKED HARD TO FORM A YEAR
THATMEANTMUCH. WE WON AND
LOST BUT WE NEVER GA VE UP.
TOP: '74-'75 Rebel de-
fense. MIDDLE: '74-575
Rebel offense. BOTTOM
LEFT: Coach Lover. Mt
Carmel Athletic Director
BOTTOM RIGHT: Mt.
Carmel Coaches QL. to R
Carpenter. Lover, Walte-
myer, Qlineelingl Noey.
FOOTBALL IS LIKE AN A TOMIC WAR .
VARSITY SEASON SCORES
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7 Santa F e 13
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7 St. Thomas 21
14 Hitchcock 21
Through many long hours and many defeats, the boys never gave
up their Spirit and their Christian attitude. TOP: '74-'75 Team
Captains. Ql. to r.j M. Ross, T. Berger, D. Hollek.
ABOVE: The Seniors ofthe 1974 Varsity Football Team: QL to RJ Front: Scott Talley, Rudy Perez, Steve Duncan, and
Mike Holbrook. Back: Myron Novak, Clarence Lee, Terry Berger, Bill Lierman, Darrell Hollek, and Mark Ross.
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QL-RQ Scott McDonald, Joe Johanson, Don Wheel-
er. TOP LEFT: Coach Speer encourages a fighting
Rebel spirit in Greg Lucero. BOTTOM LEFT:
The Rebels always make an exciting entrance at
every game. BOTTOM RIGHT: Team capt. Terry
Burger consoles fellow teammate Mark Ross after
a losing play.
RIGHT PAGE: TOP: This Jebbie cou1dn't stop Mt. Ca.rmel's Steve
Duncan. BOTTOM RIGHT: With the score tied in the 3rd quarter, the
Rebels line up for a last minute play. BOTTOM LEFT: Coaches Ron
Carpenter and jerry Speer plan game strategy with quarterback Mark
TOP LT: Jack James
kicks for a field goal. '
TOP RT: Bruce EAEV S
Gwosdz goes. over tae- '
tics for the next play
with Coach Carr.
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The 1974 J.V. Football team: FIRST ROW: M. Ledet, A. Chavez, S. Pressnall, B. Czerwaty, J. Musachia, J. Finlay,
K. Stelley, G. Martin, M. O'Donovan, T. Harris, J. Moore. SECOND ROW: J. Brochtrop, R. La Paul, C. Shannon, M. X
Tolbert, B. McMahon, T. Revis, D. Huffman, J. James, B. Ward, J. Fairchild, S. Pressnal, B. Toon, K. Gibbs, R. Callura,
H. Luna. THIRD ROW: J. Noey, N. Contreras, T. Dornak, R. Hernandez, T. Llorens, N. Garner, R. Legler, C. Brock, M
Spencer, K. Denny, C. Prado, M. Talley, D. Hand, B. Gwosdz. FOURTH ROW: Coaches Waltemyer, Lover, and Carr. l
TOP: Nathan Garner sets the
offensive line for action.
BOTTOM RT: An opposing
player tries to block the pass by
quarter back Nathan Garner.
BOTTOM LT: Coach Carr and
the remainingj. V. team watch
intently from the sidelines.
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Dedmon, B. Stelly, C. Dorsey, M. Garza. Middle Row: J. McCoy, D. Vega, M. Springer, P. Ortiz, B. Stehling, J. Maresh
R. Burch, C. LaBove. Bottom Row: L. Rodriguez, S. Schaaf, G. Garza, I. Montelongo, R. Hollek, T. Bujnoch, D. Mize,
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with hard work and persever-
ence the Freshmen made it
through their first year on the
Mount Carmel gridiron. LEFT
PAGE: TOP RT: Coaches Walt
emeyer and Lover calmly sig-
nal the freshmen from the side-
lines. TOP LT: Number 5,
Mark Dedmon, runs hard for a
touchdown, though the odds
are stacked against him.
TOP: 1 . . . 2. . . 3 . . . Hike! MID LT: Freshmen learn to escape
tackles and run with the ball. MID RT: Coach Lover adds his ideas for
the game. BOTTOM: Coach Waltemeyer warns the boys about Jesuit.
3rd Place FRIENDSWOOD TOURNAMENT
Basketball is a team sport where all the players must
work together. Although the Rebels had many disap
pointing defeats, they worked together as a team and
never gave up. TOP RT: Joe makes two points despite
Eagles' attempt to stop him.
ABOVE: The 1975 Varsity Rebels: John Lopez QMgr J Clarence Cerny Mark Ross Darrell Hollek Tom
my Bischof, Clarence Lee, Coach Jim Lover Terry Berger Larry Hllscher Joe Schulte oe Seahorn and
VARSITY STR UGGLES THROUGH
TOP LT: John Lopez keeps the books straight. BT LT: Mike
controls the ball as he sets up the next play. BT RT: Coach Speer
gathers the team together to give them a word of advice.
TP RT: The starting five receive their introduction
and prepare to start the game. BT LT: The Rebels
call a time out to discuss their strategy. BT RT:
Coach Lover hands Joe his jacket and explains the
situation to him at halftime.
A5 THE YEAR
WE CREW STRONGER
The Varsity plays with action and action is the name of any
game. TOP LEFT: Mark Ross, MIDDLE LEFT: Darrell Hollek
MIDDLE RIGHT: ll l '
Joe Sc u te and BOTTOM LEFT. Tommy
Bischof demonstrate their individual techniques of shooting.
V. AIMS POR HIGHER GOALS
TOP: Jr. Varsity Team. BT: Ronnie
LaPau1 aims for two points. BT RT:
Rebel defense put to good use.
the loss column gets bigger than the win column, itls haxd to
going. Things are a little easier when there is someone like
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Speer around to keep the SP11'1f up.
TOP LEFT: Ronnie LaPaul pumps in two points. TOP RIGHT:
The team listens as they receive a few pointers from Coach Speer.
BOTTOM LEFT: Coach Speer and the team display their reactions
to an unbelievable call.
FRESHMAN LEARN THE UPS AND
DOWNS QE BASKETBALL
TP RT: David Honeycutt maneuvers around his opponent for the two
points. TOP LEFT: The Rebel next move is discussed during time out.
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ABOVE: The Freshman Basketball Team: fSittingj J. O'Sullivan, P. Abshire, D. Sobotik, A. Marquez, J. Marsl
C. Malek, L. Benavides, D. Henry, Montelongo, J. McCoy, M. Garza, H. Wright, B. Sanders, C. Dorsey, L. Hyl
G. Crenek, R. Sanchez, G. Gilbert, D. Honeycutt, M. Springer, R. Hollek, G. Garza, T. Bujnoch QMgrj, M. Ded-l
mon, K. Siemson, B. Stehling, Coach Darrell Lockridge.
The Freshman Basketball Team experienced a year of hard work
and learning. Now they can go on with new hopes. TOP LEFT:
Darrell Henry brings the ball down court. MIDDLE LEFT: The
team awaits the call of the referee.
MID RT: Carmel offense is put to good use. BT:
Coach Lockridge gives final instructions.
GIRLS LEAD THE RQAD IN DISTRICT
The 1974-75 Girls' Basketball Team again won
their way to State. Even though they lost in the
semi-finals they are still winners in Rebel Land.
TOP: Members of the winning Rebels are Kelly
Sullivan, Lindy Kirn, Betty Jo Powers, Mary
Fonke, Coach Jackie Carpenter, co-captains Ei-
leen Bole and Patti Sullivan, Sharon Hardilek,
Michelle Meehan and manager Sue Geraghty.
BT LT: Kelly Sullivan goes one on one with an
opponent. BT RT: Patti Sullivan beats out cle-
fenders for the shot.
TOP LT: Mary Fonke's style makes the game of basketball
look easy. TOP RT: The girls were awarded trophies in al-
most every competition including two all-tournament winners
at state, Mary Fonke and Patti Sullivan. BT LT: Win or lose
the girls are always good sports. BT RT: Betty Jo Powers
breaks through the crowd to score.
TODA Y DI S TRI C T-TOM ORR O W S TA TE
BELOW: An energetic, unique and together basketball team proved
themselves under the fantastic coaching of Mrs. Carpenter. TOP RT:
As usual Mary Fonke gives her total all out effort. BT RT: The
small crowds didn't hurt Patti Su1livan's shot.
DISTRICT WE THEY
St. Agnes 66 54
St. Agnes 52 36
St. Agnes 70 38
STATE PLAY OFFS
Mt. Carmel-593 I.W.A. QCorpus Christij-49
Mt. Carmel-463 Bishop Dunne QDallasj-48
LEFT: Practice can be just as rough as the real thing.
Lindy Kirn and Eileen Bole watch Mary Fonke take a
shot. BT LT: Girls warm up for an impressive game
against' IWA. BT RT: Working to score is the aim of
a team as illustrated by Patti Sullivan.
The Girls Basketball team made 1975
a together year. The girls worked out
to make the Rebels on top. Number
one doesn't just mean the best in
quality, but the highest in spirit and
morale. Mrs. jackie Carpenter aided
the Varsity team as Ms. Georganne
Greene gave the Junior Varsity team
advice, a much needed boost.
GIRLS TEAM FIND A YEAR QF GROWING
Talent is a giftg something you receive
and try to make better. This is a per-
fect example of Girls Basketball teams
As a unified body, the Carmel life
stirs and creates a true, hard working
,, team of Rebels.
Basketball doesn't mean you can't have fun. Enjoying a
sport means a successful future for oneself and the team, in
general. Winning or losing, the girls strived for their own
meaning of the top.
TP LT: The Seniors on this yeat's track team were QL to RJ Trainer, M. Lew-
is, F. Coselli, R. Novak, D. Passmore, T. Berger, C. Fitzpatrick, C. Lee, M.
Quintanilla, J. Benavides, and M. Brecheen under the guidance of Coach
john Carr. TP RT: Tim Peters and Chuck Fitzpatrick leapt into action as
this yearis hurdlers.
BT LT: Ben Drone and Kevin Den-
ny were the pole vaulters of the
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TOP: The 1974-75 Carmel Track Team. BT LT: Kevin
Denny leans into a practice bound over an invisible bar.
BT RT: The Freshmen members of the track team
moved eagerly into this, their first, season.
PHYSICAL SKILL IS O LY
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gether all these elements. TOP RIGHT: Chuck Fitzpatrick and Tim Peters put their best efforts into a practice run. TOP
LEFT: The Distance Men. BOTTOM LEFT: Mike Holbrook strains to move over the bar in a demonstration of his win-
ning form. BOTTOM RIGHT: The Sprint Men.
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TOP: The Cross Country Team of 1974-75. BT LT: Coach
Carr and trainer Matt Lewis counsel Chuck Fitzpatrick on pre
meet care of an injury. BT RT: Ronnie Novak, Mike Bre-
cheen and Matt Landry leap out of the blocks under the di-
rection of Matthew Lewis.
INDI VID UAL SPIRIT-FOUNDA TI ON
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Held events. BT LT: Joe Schulte and Don Passmore grimace
with effort. BT RT: john Salidino sends the shotput into
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foundation of the 880 yard relay team. TP RT: The mile relay team prac-
tices hand-offs in preparation for a meet.
BT LT: Coach Carr must keep the team pre-
pared. BT RT: D. Passmore, M. Quintanilla, M.
Holbrook and M. Brecheen were the body, mind
and soul of the 440 yard relay team.
The girls had a good season, especially the relay teams.
Mrs. Carpenter gave them the initiative and they took it
to District and State successfully. TOP: Marilyn Wourms
and Sallie Schmitt practice during the 880 relay prelim-
inaries. MID LT: The 1974-75 Gi.rl's Track Team of
Mount Carmel High School. MID RT: Marilyn Hollas
hands the baton to Thelma Newell in the 440 relays.
BOTTOM: Kelly Sullivan scores in the high jump.
GIRLS TRACK TEAM WON RECOGNITION
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tition and Sallie Schmitt took 3rd in che 60 yard dash TP LT Mrs
Carpenter takes down the statistics after the State meet TP RT
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BOT: Marie Sammons placed in the discus competition during the
MT. CARMEL VARSITYACHIEVE5 THE
TOP IN BA5EBALL.
This was the year for baseball. Mt. Car-
mel plucked Eagles and tortured Crusad-
ers to capture the District title. The
Rebels were baseball victors and kept the
Mt. Carmel name high. They entered
each game with an open mind for the
final victory, district and then state.
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Champion Rebels QL to RQ: Front: 'T. Fragoso, S. Mandola, S. Duncan, D. McLaughlin, J. Noey, B. Hand, R. Perez,
R. Noriega, and Mgr. S. McDonald. Back: Coach Carpenter, S. Talley, N. Garner, M. Ross, D. Hollek, D. Huffman,
B. Lierman, and J. Blystone.
TOP: Mt. Carmel watches themselves come from behind
on this homer. MID LT: The new baseball field might
have been luck, but the team never would have made it
without Coach Ron Carpenter and Assist. Coach Darrell
Lockriclge. With pleasure, Coach Carpenter stands and
watches his team practice. MID RT: Team unity is impor-
tant as shown by the Infield Rebels. BOTTOM: The team
prepares for' their upcoming game as they listen to some
last minute changes by Coach Carpenter.
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ponents this season because they usually wound up on top.
They greet the other team as they grab another victory
under their belt. MID LT: Nathan feels he-needs a fill-up
during the bottom half ofthe seventh. MID RT: This
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J.V. Baseball Team QL to Rj: Front: T.
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nall, B. Czerwaty and M. Talley. Back:
Coach Lockridge, D. Boediker, J. Musa-
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MID LT: High flies caught the eyes of these outfield
players. MID RT: Long, hard practices make a strong
and able team. BOTTOM: These infield Rebels kept the
bases hot and grabbed all passing ground balls.
The 1975 Girl's Volleyball Team has proven that Mt. Carmel
not only produces fine minds, but also athletes with healthy
competitive spirit as well. TOP: The 1975 Girl's j.V. Volley-
ball Team. BOTTOM: Patti Sullivan tips the ball for a Rebel
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL TEAM
RISES TO VICTORY
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This group of individuals developed and grew as a team
under Mrs. Carpenter and Ms. Greene, and have earned
the title of Champions in district and state competition
TOP: Mary Fonke pounds the ball over the net for
another point. BOTTOM: The 1975 Girl's Varsity Vol-
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TP LT: Ms. Greene gives her players
mid-game instructions. BOTTOM:
The 1975 Mt. Carmel Gir1's Freshmen
OR GANIZA TI ONS l
The organizations at Mt. Carmel High School have the variety of activities to
keep and hold the interest of many students. Whether language, sport or
service clubs, the students learn the meaning of patience and responsibility.
To be in an organization means you must share and devote your time to help
others in some way.
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A GOAL AND COMBINE MAN YIDEAS
TO I-'ORM ONE. MANY LONG HOURS OF
TIME AND BRAINSTORMING WENT INTO
WHAT "WE" PUT TOGETHER TO HELP FORM '
OUR IDEAS. ORGANIZATIONS BEGAN THE IOURNE K
Bowling is one of the greatest exercises
around, besides it is lots of fun. TOP RIGHT:
Mt. Carmel Bowler shows how it is done!
MID LEFT: The 1974-75 Bowling Team.
MID RIGHT: Winfred Small puts a curve
on the ball. BOTTOM RIGHT: Ms. Carol
Firsching, Bowling Team Sponsor.
TOP LEFT: John Shaklovitz goes for a strike. MIDDLE
RIGHT' D T l h 1 d h
. on ay or e ps recor t e scores. BOTTOM
LEFT: Bowling requires both mental and physical partici-
To practice, perform and play-the 1974-75 Cadette Corps put in a
year with vitality. TOP RT: Major Theresa Harris. TOP LT: The Ca-
dettes honor our state through the formation of the state of Texas.
BOTTOM: Major and Captains of 1974-75: Center: T. Harris: Left
to Right: J. Legler, E. Bole, M. Pier, L. Voss, T. Fairchild, M. Jones.
RT: The Bugle Corp 74-
75: Capt. Laura Voss:
Lieut. Susie Basso: M. Sgt.
Patsy Amparan. MID RT:
Annette Cipriano and
Dawn Landry dazzle the
audience with their smiles.
MID LT: In the Texas flag,
the drill are preparing to per-
form to the song "The Yel-
low Rose of Texas". BOT-
TOM: The many reactions
of a play at the Homecom-
CARR Y ON CARMEL TRADITION .
TOP LT: The drill getting ready to perform a precision drill on the
field. TOP RT: The Flag Corps: Capt. Mary Pierg Lieut. Donna Wil-
liamsong M. Sgt. Janice Outerside.
MID Co A Capt Teresa Fairchild L1eut Donna
Mucon' M. Sgt. Mary Gentempo. BOTTOM: The Ca
,M dette rhythm section.
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a pom-pom routine. TOP
RT: Cynthia Lawson,
Janyce Henry, and Steph-
aine Stehling mareh
proudly with the flag.
MID: Co. B5 Mindy Jones,
Capt.g Sue Geraghty,
Lieut. BT: The Cadettes
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Corps. MID: The
Drum Corps of '74-'75
Capt. Eileen Bole,
Lieut. Barbie Biela-
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Sgt. Karen Hartmann.
if to do.
BT LEFT: The type of weather doesn't interfere with the
enthusiasm of Sallie Schmitt and Roseann Provenzano. BT
.- RT: Dance to the Boogie is what these Cadettes decided
On January 25th, the Cadettes traded in their brown uniforms for color-
ful long gowns as they gathered at the Golfcrest Country Club for the
Cadette Ball. It was a night for gumptious food, loud, happy talk, good
music and praise for a job well done. TOP: A pleasant surprise for the
Bugle and Drum Corps, as they both received the "Corps of the Year"
award. From left to right: P. Amparam, L. Voss, E. Bole, M. Gooch,
and B. Bielamowicz. BT LT: Freshman Cadettes and their dates heap
their plates high with appetizing food. BT RT: Sharon Petter and
Huey Segura slowly dance to the music.
CADE TTE BALL
OF HARD WORK
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TOP LT: Major Therese Harris proudly dis-
plays the "Cadette ofthe Year" trophy
awarded her by the Cadettes. TOP RT:
Mindy jones is given an award for being in
the Cadette Corps for four year. BT LT:
just a few of the many Cadettes who turned
out for the dance honoring them. BT RT:
Barbara Bole and Steve Stanley share high-
lights of the evening.
FRENCH CLUB GROW5
UNDER NEW SPONSOR
The French Culture invites a lot
of interesting opportunities and
the French Club explores these
opportunities. TOP: The 1974-
75 French Club. The Officers
are QSeated L to RQ Grizell Per-
ez, Presidentg Ron Zaebst, Vice-
Presidentg Tita Springer, Sec.-
Treasurer. Br. Dan is Sponsor.
BOTTOM: Participants of the
French Club in the Christmas
play get ready to perform.
l MEDICAL CAREERS
Part of the extra-curricular activities here at Carmel are the explorations of Medicine or Journalism
as a career. TOP: The 1974-75 Medical Careers Club. Fr. Paul is the Sponsor. BOTTOM: The
1974-75 Carmelight Newspaper Staff. The editors are QSeated L to RJ Cary Bielamowicz, Barbie
Bielamowicz, John Ochoa Qhead editorj, Anne Kolaski, Larry Hilscher, and Linnetta Madonio.
Mr. Ray Komar is Sponsor.
CHGRALE EXPRESS I TSELE
THROUGH THE SOUND QE
Music is the key to any note and the Chorale produced music that
is pleasing to any ear. TOP: QL to RJ Thelma Newell, Librariang
Tita Springer, Vice-Presidentg Rae Achin, Secretaryg Larry Biediger,
President fMissingj. MIDDLE: The 1974-75 Chorale under the di-
rection of Sr. Helen Roper. BT LT: The Chorale performed during
the Christmas. BT RT: Venus Minter, Sgt. at Armsg Chris Silva,
DE VOTI ON AND EXPERIENCE AID IN
GROWTH THROUGH PAR TICIPA TI ON IN
RECRUITING PANEL AND TOURNAMENT
the area and to explain
The purpose of the recruiting panel is to explore schools in
the many aspects of Carmel life.
TOP RIGHT: The recruiting panel
for '74-'75 were QL to RQ Scott Talley
Rita Pradier, Bill Lierman, Lindy Kirn
Darrell Hollek and Larry Biediger.
BOTTOM: Tournament Speech was a
new experience this year. Along with
their sponsor, Mrs. Ohlenforst, the stu-
dents stormed schools all over the city
in order to participate in speech tour-
naments. Although the members did
not come away from the tournaments
with many awards, they gained valu-
able experience for the future.
SPIRIT IS TI-IE
AME OF THEIR
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The Cheerleaders didjust what they were
elected to do, cheer! TOP RIGHT: Rita
and Theresa are in the spotlight at the Tho-
mas football game. TOP LEFT: "For Car-
mel" begins every game for the Cheerlead-
ers. RIGHT: junior Cheerleader, Cathy
leads a spirit yell at the Pep Rally.
TOP: The 1974 Cheerleaders are Donna Schmidt, Rita Pra-
dier, Cathy Musachia, Theresa Ortiz, head, Linda Kim, and
Brigid Foley. BOTTOM LEFT: Donna displays a fantastic
kick. BOTTOM RIGHT: i'We gotchav says Lindy to St.
WHEN TI-IE GOING GETS
TOUGI-I. . . THE SPIRIT
TOP RIGHT: Theresa tries to
build up that Rebel spirit
with a cheer. TOP LEFT:
Go, Go Get 'em, Get 'em.
Cathy ancl Donna. BOTTOM:
With a little more experience,
Theresa and Lindy return for
another year of cheerleading.
TOP: A good cheerleader is aloud cheer-
leader. Here Rita shows how it's done.
BOTTOM LEFT: Being a cheerleader
cloesn't only require a voice to cheer, but
also the strength to lead them. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Pep rallies are another aspect of
the cheerleading. The girls do a group
CARMEL UBER ALLE5
Carmel over all! !! The
of all German Club mem-
bers throughout a year of
TOP: The German Club 1974-75. Seated are the officers QL to RQ Secre-
tary Ellen Lawg Vice-President Chris Marting President Sandy Casiraghig
and Treasurer Beverly Thurmond, LEFT: Rae Achin, Beverly Thurmond
and Larry Biediger.
TOP: Chuck Fitzpatrick, portraying Franken Stein, intro-
duces himself to the audience in the Christmas Play. TOP
RIGHT: Tita Springer and Shelly Stell find time to goof-
around at TAGS. BOTTOM LEFT: Rae Achin finds a mo-
ment for relaxation during the hectic TAGS Convention
Schedule. BOTTOM RIGHT: Larry Hilscher and Peggy Co
help the German Club to decorate the Beer Garden for the
AIDES IN THE
DE VELOPMEN TAT CARMEL
sor of the Student Council,
talks over an upcoming event
with Fr. Paul. BT LT: Vice-
President Claudio Roman
accepts a birthday cake from
his fellow Senior classmates.
BT RT: Scott Talley bids
farewell as Student Council
TP RT: Mrs. Lamping, spon-
SPANISH CLUB GOES INTO
The Spanish Club got to know its own culture this past year. They spent T
a Weekend in Nuevo Laredo to explore the sights ofthe Spanish Cul- py
ture. TOP: A Posada procession was one ofthe highlights of the Span-
ish Club's Christmas play. MIDDLE: The 1974-75 Spanish Club. The
Officers are Deliz Ruiz, Presidentg Keith Liles, Vice-Presidentg Ivonne
Ruiz, Secretarygjohn Stone, Treasurer.
At dress rehersal, the
group refreshes their
memories for the
takes part in the cli-
max of the Christmas
play, the breaking of
SPANISH CLUB I VADES MEXICO
The Spanish Club of Mt. Carmel High
School took one big step in progress this
year. The members were given the oppor-
tunity to visit a culture, different from
that of their own. The date was April
25, 1975 and the place was Nuevo Lare-
do. Everyone returned tired, sun-burned,
but a little bit smarter in knowledge about
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Through F.C.A. our athletes strive to find a
deeper meaning through sports. TOP: President
Scott Talley opens a meeting with a prayer.
MID LT: Coach Speer offers his opinion. MID
RT: After the meeting there is always time for
a little Monday night football.
ABOVE: The 1974-75 members of F.C.A.: TOP: R. Noriega, S. Mandola, S. McDonald, I. Montelongo, M. Ross, M. No
vak, B. Gregg,-I. James, T. Revis, J. Blystone, G. Lucero, Coach Carpenter. MIDDLE: Coach Speer, M. Talley, R. Novak,
D. Passmore, S. Ducan, M. Landry, R. Legler, T. Peters, G. Garza, J. Benavides, T. Bujnoch, R. Hollek, B. Stehling. BOT-
TOM: A. Lujan,-I. Noey, D. Hollek, S. Talley.
CAPTURE ALL M.C H S
The Yearbook and Newspaper would not be pos-
sible without the help of our people who seem to
always have cameras. TP LT: Carolyn Patlovany
was a new photographer in the later part ofthe
year. TP RT: The Camera Club, under the direc-
tion of Fr. Foster, tried to arouse some new talent
and interest in the Held of photography. BT LT:
Our photographers: QL to RJ Carol McDonald,
Tommy McKenna, and Stephanie Stehling. BT RT
Head Photographer Carol McDonald had her cam-
era till the end.
ZELO STAFF FINDS IUBILATION
One is the loneliest thing there could ever
be. Considering seven, as the entire yearbook
staff of '75, the feeling of loneliness departs
as an instilling feeling of shock, efficiency
and acceptance grows. As time goes on, we
realize these feelings and question ourselves
as to if it will ever be finishedg the ability
of seven peopleg and the acceptance of the
student body. As Mt. Carmel captured the
facts of 1975, the Zelo recorded the smallest
Yearbook Staff in history. The strain of hav-
ing to teach, plan and carry out this produc-
tion can itself drain the enjoyment and fun
one can receive from working on a school
TOP: When one becomes Editor ofthe Yearbook not
only does she take on the responsibility, but all ofthe
jobs her staffers avoid. Linnitta Madonio works on
senior layout. BT LFT: Keith Liles writes copy and
headlines for the sports section. BOTTOM RIGHT
Peggy Cox glances through other yearbooks for some
TOP: The cropping becomes hard at night as
Peggy Cox uses the light machine to work. MID
LT: Staffer, john Stone, draws up layouts for
his respective section. MID RT: Editor and Co-
Editor go through new Zelo pictures. BOTTOM
Room 105 after a long workshop session.
ZELO WORKS TO
TOP: Editor and Co-Editors
put last minute ideas into the
copy ofthe '75 yearbook.
MIDDLE: This is what our
yearbook is all about-all the
facets of putting the Zelo to-
gether successfully. BT LT:
During a workshop, Carolyn
Patlovany contributes her
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itor Linnetta Madonio shows a
sign of relief when the 1975
Zelo is a reality.
Some may say that it isn't heavy, but to us it is
and it's our job. The Yearbook staff found that
especially this year, the road was a long one when
it came to producing a yearbook. To capture the
one's life. You find the many winding turns, as
only those on the staff could ever experience. Yet
we were strong, and did carry on to make your
1975 Zelo. Is it heavy? Only the yearbook staff
knows for sure.
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TOP: The first thing that occurs in the course of production is
the teaching of the many interested students. MIDDLE: Peggy
Cox and Keith Liles work on the choosing and cropping of pic-
tures for their respective sections, BOTTOM: Miss Linda Croto
gave of herself to the yearbook in a special way. She sponsored
the Zelo for the entire 1975 production.
events, no matter how large, is important in some-
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We are the ones who make Carmel exist. When our time is up, we grow to see
the new, open roads which allow enough room for our minds to expand. We
explore the many sicleroads along the way but always return to the familiar
one. It's a long, long road ahead.
SOME OF Us HA VE BEEN TOGETHER
EOR A LONG TIME. WE WILL NOW SEE'
EYE TO EYE. FOR SOME, WE'REjU5T '
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We now spread our wings fo fly into new, open blue skies. We worked long
and hope for the best. Being leaders held something of great value but it
coulclnolt have been unless we were one class. Our time is now over. Go now,
friendsyfor today is the Hrst day of your life. W
I THE MANY ROADS AND HI GH WA YS WILL
LEAD TO GREAT THINGS. LET US HA VE
THE COURAGE TO CONTINUE ON OUR
IOURNE Y. SO PAR, WE'VE MADE I T
KEEP ME GOING LORD.
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TOGETHER AND LIVED AMONG IOYS
1. Rae Marie Achin
2. Malvina LaAudray Alexander
3. Ronald Cairns Bailey
4. Helen Kathleen Bailey
5. Thomas Patrick Baker
6. Deborah Marie Barrera I N
7. John Raymond Benavides
8. Terry Michael Berger
9. Lawrence Joseph Biediger, Jr.
10. Barbara Suzanne Bielamowicz , if r '
11. George Clay Blystone, jr.
12. Linda Paulette Boeker
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Missing: Kathryn Conroy Alexander
Eileen Ader Bole
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N0 W IT IS TIME
FOR Us TO G0 AND
IO YS AND FEARS
Michael Ray Breecheen
Debra Louise Brown
Brian Thomas Burke
Yvonne Mae Burleson
Sandra Kay Casiraghi
Kathleen Letitia Colema
Patricia Ann Commiato
Frank joseph Coselli III
Robert Felix Craig
Albert Frank Cutaia
Cynthia Louise Daleo
Miriam Dolores Darst
Lillian Maria DeVerona
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WE MUST GA THER ALL
1. Lather Dave Dixon, Jr.
2. Stephen Miles Duncan
3. Therese Edel
4. Elaine Marie Elliott
5. Teresa Fairchild
6, Charles Bryant Fitzpatrick
7. George B. Finlay, Jr.
8. Larry Wayne Fitzgerald
9. Leslie Maria Felton
10. Mary Margaret Fonke
11. Marc Anthony Fragoso
12. Carl Walter Franzen
13, Sandra Garcia
14. John Kevin Garvey
15. Peter Paul Gentempo
THE OPEN SEAS WILL WI-IISPER IN OUR
EARS, Kr ALL THE YEARS WILL CUME AND
1. Joseph Norris George
2. Melinda Ann Grawl
3. Bernard Michael Hand
4. Leah Hanson
5. Sharon Therese Hardilek
6. Monica Ann Hardy
7. Cynthia Jeanne Harrelson
8. Alrica Darlene Harris
9. David Alan Harris
10. Therese Elaine Harris
11. Doris Ann Henderson ".,. '
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13. RitaAnn Herald Q' .lf ' I
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14. Larry Wayne Hilscher
15. Michael Wayne Holbrook
16. Darrell Eugene Hollek
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WE LOOK FOR
TQMORRQ W AND
Lloyd David Hollingsworth
Marilyn Gayle Hollas
Roberta Marie Hoover
Jeffery Mark Howell
JoAnne Eleanor Johnson
Jan Mari Jones
Mindy Jo Jones
Timothy Jerome Kana
Colleen Renee King
Milincla. Marie Kirn
Anne Marie Kolaski
Gary Leon Korenek
Barbara Ellen Ladner
Jeannine Rose LaLonde
Cynthia Gail Lawson
Kerry Matthew Ledet
Clarence Edward Lee
Jill Elaine Legler
Peggy Ann Lemon
Matthew Anthony Lewis
William Philip Lierman
Roberta Leigh Lockhart
Gregory Armond Lucero
Earl Crayton Lyman
Linnetta Ann Madonio
Deborah Sue Magill
Christopher Joseph Malek
Vivian Anaise Martell
M1SSU1g1 Mary Elizabeth Light
WE REALIZED THAT WE ARE DIFFERENT IN
IDEAS, WE, HOWEVER, SA W EYE T0 EYE.
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Michael Glen Maxwell
Carol Ann McDonald
David Michael MCF all
Thomas Edward McKenna
Mary Sylvia Montoya
Diane Marie Muchinski
Francene Ann Musmanno
John Davis Noey
Myron Eugene Novak
Ronald joseph Novak
john Joseph Ochoa
Therese Marie Ortiz
Janice Cheryll Outtersicle
Jose Angel Partida
1. Don Lawrence Passmorc
2. Elena Grizell Perez
3. Rodolfo Perez, jr.
4. Sharon Theresa Petter
5. Mary Elizabeth Pier
6. Frank joseph Pizzitola III
7. Betty Rose Podraza
8. Debra Marie Portella
9. Vincent Porter
10. Rita Doris Pradier
11. Gayle Leslie Pressnall
12. Mario Alberto Quintanilla
13. Claudo Roman-Ros
14. Mark Joseph Ross
15. Carla -Io Ruffino
16. Michael Carl Smper
17. Donna Kay Schmitt
18. Dolise Annette Schroeder
Missing: Laura Marie Ponce
Felix Marcel Richard, Jr
THE LONELYROADS WE'LL MEETQQ THE
WA YS WILL NEVER PASS AGAIN
l THEY HELP FOR ME
Pamela Sue Schultz
Huey F. Segura, jr.
John William Shaklovitz
Elizabeth Haynie Shannon
Lynda Denise Slaughter
Jerome William Sobieski
Cynthia Marie Spacek
Betina Rubio Springer
Brenda Mae Stehling
Stephanie Ann Stehling
Julia Marie Stone
Patricia Elaine Sullivan
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WE MAYNE VER PASS THIS WA YAGAIN
BUT WE RE GLAD WE SPENTIT WITH YOU
Christopher Scott Talley
Lydia -Iesselyn Thibocleaux
Marian Stephanie Thoede
Beverly Ann Thurmond
Laurie Claire Timme
Darleen Marie Tupa
Donna Colleen Turnbull
Roy Kenton Turner
Leanne Louise Vavricka
Anne Marie Vega
Thomas Joseph widacki
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Donna Lyn Williamson
Andrew Walter Winters
Mary Magdalen Y'Barbo
Rose Marie Zepeda
Sylvia Guadalupe Zepeda
It's time to take our position as the new leaders. Our time together as Ju-
niors began with the hope to create an atmosphere to show we can do it. We
proved it-now we must go on.
THE TIME HAS COME FOR US
TO STEP FOR WARD. BUILDING
TOGETHER TO FORM ONE. WE
ARE LOOKING TO TOMORROW
DEDICATED TO -
DRE W EILBIN
HE GA VE UP HIMSELE
GOD GRANT ME THE SERENI TY TO
ACCEPT THE THINGS I CANNOT CHANGE,
THE COURAGE TO CHANGE THE
THINGS I CAN,
AND THE WISDOM TO KNOW THE
WE SEE MANY THINGS THAT
HAPPEN AND WONDER WH Y?
ITIS NOT OUR PLACE TO
QUESTION THE HAPPENINGS OE
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GOD, THERE IS A REASON.
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our steps get bigger. We reach for tomorrow. Tomorrow may or may not
hold my creations, but I know I've got a good chance. Be by my side to make
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