Mount St Mary Academy - Mercian Yearbook (Little Rock, AR)
- Class of 1981
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School Gpens to Change
With the opening of school in August, there had
already been changes made. The offices had been
moved and the benches on the portico had been painted.
And as each class met Sr. Blaise, they met the instigator
of these changes and many other new ideas. The school
was ripe for change, and Sr. Blaise was the perfect one to
harvest the potential of St. Mary's,
Seniors acquired a monopoly on the parking lot. Our new principal brought a load of new ideas
The PUYSG beC0meS Pfisonef- The new senior class is an important vehicle of change.
Spirit Reflects Excitement
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"C'mon ma'am, let me show ya the Barnyard Strutl"
When school started, the heat of
the summer continued. So, school
was dismissed at noon for three
weeks. However, the spirit of the
student body became evident at the
first assembly which was put on by
the spirit groups. There was nothing
that could have daunted the enthu-
siasm of the classes for the new
Homework is exciting, too.
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To Be a True Sister. . .
The freshmen were officially initiated into the spirit and
unity of school by their big sisters. Thhe fun began on the
first day of school, with the awkward but memorable
meeting of one's senior keeper and continued with the
Freshman Day. On this day, the halls were filled with
frosh in costumes that reflected some vivid senior imagi-
nations! The little sisters accepted their plight in good
humor and became official family members at the Mount.
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lt's not Halloween, it's just Freshman Day.
Dr. Frankenstein and her latest creation.
Rings. . .
By September, the new seniors
were in earnest to receive their
class rings. Their excitement spread
through the school during the last
week as time was taken during reli-
gion classes for singing practice.
Finally, on September 19th, at Holy
Souls, each senior was given the
ring to wear as a symbol of her fidel-
ity to St. Mary's. Then she set out to
have the ring turned 81 times to add
a uniqueness to that symbol as
belonging to the one and only class
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Anything to get out of religion class!
An inside Mass lent more excitement to the air. Shirley Binz wonders who will turn her ring
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the 81 st time.
"Wait, did I miss my name?"
Anita Kordsmeier and Lisa Hendon contemplate the future.
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Rita Aletter lends her talent for accompani-
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The annual fall bazaar is the big-
gest moneymaking project that the
school holds during the year, and
the importance of its success was
reflected this year in the spirit of the
classes, not only in raffle selling, but
also in the actual work hours put
into the booths on October 12. This
spirit was sparked with the bazaar
kick-off assembly in which the
prizes were revealed and new
incentives for selling were
announced. In addition, the assem-
bly marked the beginning of the
class selling competition that would
carry the senios to decisive victory!
Bazaar ls . .
Serving warrants for the arrest of the entire MSM faculty
"Hey, how big is our stash now?"
The bustling bazaar crowd.
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Chances, Booths, Hard Work, and a
Mrs. MiIIer's version of detention hall.
The Boogie Woogie Bugle Broads!
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Mousetrap Keeps Audience Guessing
A fall play was added to the schedule at the
Mount. Mousetrap by Agatha Christie, gave stu-
dents from St. Mary's and Catholic High a chance to
reveal their dramatic talents. Ms. Babcock, the cast,
and the crew did a marvelous job with the schooI's
first fall production.
"You mean you don't know your lines yet?"
The livelihood of the cast.
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Crew put in behind-the-scene effort.
Winners of logo contest are recognized. "NO,i1'S NOT mY Une!"
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Social event of the week: a CHS football game.
Fayetteville: a home away from home.
Big MACs: Big Men At Catholic Friend or foe?
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Faces of concentration.
Freshmen can be threatening!
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Minnesota Fats watch out'
"Well, I was hungry!" Calm cool and collected
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Students at Their Best
We're not ones to go 'round spreading rumors, BUT. . .
Barbara Page questions the sanity of some freshmen.
"Any volunteers to take us to Homecoming?"
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GIRLS' STATE DELEGATES: Ann Woeltje, Jan Edmiston, Vicki Wrape, Mary Winzerling, Carol
Lipe, Brigid Elsken, Cheryl Helgeson, and Mary Ann Buddenhurn
Honors are often bestowed upon
students at St. Mary's, and 1980 was
no exception. The Girls' State Dele-
gates attended Girls' State over the
summer and learned about govern-
ment procedures. The Debate Team
won numerous honors at Student
Congress, and Mariam Miller was
elected Speaker of the House. ln
addition, four girls displayed aca-
demic prowess in their achievement
of National Merit Semifinalist stand-
Janet Ryan was in the Miss Teen World com-
National Merit Semifinalists were Lisa Ferrell, Carol Lipe, Mary Jo Christ, and Susan Hain.
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Searching ls Fun!
Search for Christian Maturity is a weekend retreat in which a person can
learn about herself, others, and God. This learning comes about through talks,
discussions, presentations, and other devices. It is a weekend that is enjoya-
ble for all. Many St. Mary's students have been involved in making SEARCH a
Something you get little of at Search.
The Jammin' O.T. does the dirty work.
Mom and Dad at play.
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Calendar of Events
1980 was no ordinary year! The Olympics were boycotted
by the US and many other countries. Mt. St. Helens and the
Titan II Missile in Damascus exploded into national head-
lines. The record-breaking temperatures of the summer
heat wave triggered droughts, crop failures, and fatalities. A
secret mission to rescue the 52 American hostages in lran
ended in disaster and failure with the death of eight of the
rescuers. The entire country experienced a sense of unity
and hope that school students had never known as, on Jan-
uary 20, 1981, Ronald Reagan was inaugurated and the 52
Americans were spared that 445th day in captivity and
found themselves returning to a country bound by a yellow
ribbon of spirit.
Reagan's coattail helped Frank White win the governor's office
America held captive.
Have We Got STYLE!
Dresses, skirts, and pants were equally stylish for the student. The classic 1980 look.
MSM found shoes to fit every style. Hair styles became straighter, adding wispy bangs or sleek braids.
Choosy Students Choose . . .
The fourteen favorites at CHSL lt depends on what you're looking for.
Pat proved she's "a real tough cookie."
In 1980-81, the favorites were these: Ordinary
PeopIe,450SL, Tracks lnn, Robert Redford, Goldie Hawn,
Cosmo, "Dallas," Preppy Handbook, Friday night parties,
the Fame soundtrack, water skiing, history class, and
chasing those boys!
Music of past, present, and futureg MSM loves it all.
Seniors Are Magic .
Seniors are magic! After four long and hard years at the
Mount, the Class of '81 has grown into a class unified by its
spirit. Each girl has a special talent which helps make this
The Seniors succeeded in winning the Bazaar chance-
selling contest for the fourth year after a challenge from Sis-
ter Richard their Freshman year.
They survived through four years of homework and long-
range assignments. They still have to face the challenge of
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Juniors Make Magic at the Mount.
g Juniors make magic at the Mount. This year the Class of
f llgl '82 began their activities with the Back to School Dance.
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ing raffle tickets for a large Christmas stocking. The Juniors'
main activity of the year however, was the Prom. This was
the first year the Juniors sponsored the Prom, and they han-
dled it quite well. Through their work this year, the Class of
'82 added spirit to the magic of the Mount.
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JUNIOR OFFICERS Cfront to backj - Diana Bernardi, President: Stacy Sanders, Treasurerg Michele Hopkins, lst Vice-
Presidentg Diane Enderlin, Secretaryg Tracy Taylor, Representativeg and Sharon Zimmerman 2nd Vice-President.
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Planning the Prom for the First Time
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Please, Valli, I'm tired of hearing about your hurt finger!
Jo-Laura Tate-Lee smiles for the camera.
I haven't heard juicy gossip like this in months. When are you ever going to learn how to do those math problems?
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l studied all night long!
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Tricia Rodriguez and Gayle Greenwood practice Popular Mechanics. Suzy Cameron just blew the Pepsi challenge.
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Sophomores add magic to the Mount .
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SOPHOMORE OFFICERS ftop to bottomj - Janie Hudgens, 2nd Vice-
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Edith Jack, 1st Vice-Presidentg Elizabeth Rutt, Treasurerg and Marcie
The Class of '83 is one of the most spirited classes at
the Mount. They began showing their spirit by placing
second in the Bazaar chance-selling contest and contin-
ued it through the year in their activities. They formed the
Sophomore Spirit Committee and later in the year spon-
sored the Sophomore Breakfast and the Father-Daughter
Dance for Robin Hood Week. Sophomores definitely add
magic to the Mount with the enthusiasm they have shown
during this year.
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Laura Tabor carries the weight of the world and every Freshman book
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Really ma'am, it's a very profitable deal.. . I swear it's not my purse! Sophomore Fran Jansen and Junior Ellen Treadway break
the class barrier.
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Freshmen Bring Magic
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to the Mount
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Cleft to rightj - Gina Scerbo, Class Ftepresentativeg
Stephanie Taldo, Treasurerg Meg Malleson, 1st Vice-President: Charlotte Thompson,
2nd Vice-President: Cathy O'Neal, Secretary: and Rhonda Findley, President.
How long has your P.E. suit been in there?
The Freshman class has brought its
magic to the Mount. These girls, who had to
face the challenge of a new school, have
worked together to form the Class of '84.
With their teamwork, they successfully
ran the Doll Booth, the Plant Booth, the Arts
and Crafts Booth, and the Nickel Pitch at the
These freshmen have added so much to
their Big Sisters' Senior year. They have
helped make memories which will never be
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Lee Ann Conners
Leigh Anne Embrey
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Cathy Renaud trembles at another UFO sighting
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"Why Do We Always Leave Last?"
Jo Ann Hess
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're not going to put that on my face!
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"I Want My Morning Milk!"
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The scene of the crime
"I Talked All Night at the Bunking Party"
Mary Ellen and Sandra talking as usual.
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"I Can't Believe I Have Homework
in Every Class."
Lisa Fazio gladly accepts her torture badge from Meg Waters
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"I ll Never Do That When l'm a Senior"
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"Will l Ever Nlemorize lVly Schedule?"
Vicki Wrape shows Tonya Rose the correct way to apply make-up
"I can't believe that I found Mother Goose in the card catalogue!
Be still or l'lI break the other leg
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"Oh, the fun of Freshmen Days!" Freshmen model new accessories which compliment their school uniforms.
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"Does the "B" Before My Locker Number
Mean I Use the Bottom?"
1 want met ith you?
"What Do You Mean There's No Santa
- When you're out of
"I found all of my word wealth words in the Sunday Funnies"
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Angie Pate giggles as Nancy Estes discovers a worm in he
Madeline Hawkins signs at the thought of another boring day.
ls It Worth Three More Years?
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A mean Freshmen gang! Freshmen tryto pull apart their glued hands
Stacy Young and Beth Eaton share stories of Freshmen good eating habits for Peggy Oberste.
their weekend dates
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Do We Get to Leave First Next Year?
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Freshmen check iatest in Tiger Beat at lunch. Visitor from Mars? i
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Boy, did I have a good time Friday night!
Merle Norman make-overs at the Mount?
New Addition to the Mount
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Yes, Madge, I still prefer Palmolive.
Along with the many new changes and additions to the
Mount this year is the formation of the MSM kindergarten. The
back room of the Day Care Center is used for the kindergarten
class, which is composed of about thirteen children. Cathy
Froechlich is their enthusiastic, patient teacher. The children
are taught reading and math readiness each day, which is
accompanied with several recess breaks. The children are
also provided with a well-balanced lunch everyday. The kin-
dergarten is a nice asset to the school environment, and it
should be a great success.
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The one in the middle thinks he's a tree!
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The joy of learning.
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When is lunch?
Will the real cookie thief please stand up!
and the Restless
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I'm on Candid Camera?
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Future Catholic High
Future leaders of America l
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Coming tothe aid of a fellow classmate!
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and Mount Students
More macaroni and cheese please!
The aftermath of recess.
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The Magic of Little Ones
The Day Care Center, which was new to the Mount last
year, under went several minor changes over the sum-
mer. The old art room is now strictly for the babies and
toddlers, while the larger room is used for the older chil-
dren. The childen are involved in recreational as well as
educational periods throughout the day. Their work
includes reading number skills and art projects. Also,
many of the toys available are helpful in developing coor-
dination and motor skills during the free playtime.
The Center has doubled its enrollment since last year.
The fact that several of the teachers have one or more
children enrolled contributed to the increase. MSM stu-
dents have the opportunity to work with the children
either through the Human Relations course or the Work
Study Program. The MSM Day Care provides a healthy
atmosphere through which a child can develop socially
and intellectually under caring supervision.
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The Great Escape
Miky won't even eat it!
Sr. Blaise Brings New Li
Sr. M. Blaise Powers came to Mt. St. Mary after working
on her PhD at the University of Kansas. With her, she
brought much enthusiasm and the hope of making
numerous changes and additions. After hearing many dif-
ferent stories over the summer about Sr. Blaise and her
plans, the students did not know exactly what to expect.
But, they came to school to find an exuberant, energetic
principal ready to begin a new school year. However, due
to illness, Sr. Blaise's position as principal was cut short.
Though her stay was brief, Sr. Blaise made a lasting
impression on the school and the students of the Mount.
Bishop Andrew McDonald celebrated mass with the
student body in February. As always, the Bishop was a
welcomed guest at the school.
Bishop Andrew J. McDonald Sister Blaise keeps freshmen from leaving first
Bishop of Little Rock
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The Dedicated Administration
Sr. Richard demonstrates the right way to set up a microphone.
Sr. Patrick Mary Hillmeyer
Sr. Richard Mary Burke
Sr. Richard Mary took over as principal at the beginning of
the second semester. The change was easily accepted by the
entire student body. Sr. Richard worked well with the students
and had a number of her own ideas to put into the curriculum.
She put the majority of her time into making the necessary
revisions and preparing the faculty and students for a semes-
ter under new supervision. Sr. Richard Mary's hard work and
dedication proved her to be a capable and efficient administra-
Sr. Patrick Mary had a number of duties and responsibilities.
She was in charge of the grounds of the campus and the
finances. Her services were always requested, and she did a
very good job at meeting the needs of the school.
Guides 1 09
Mrs. Valarie Ballein
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Mrs. Carolyn Chalmers H wwf
American History, United Nations
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Mrs. Sue Coon
Latin I, II, Religion II, III
Mrs. Linda Fleming
Home Economics I
Mrs. Beliye Francis
PE 182!282, Earth Science
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Children in the Day Care
Alg. I, ll, Il- Trig., Trig. -An. Geo.
Mr. Charles Johnson
Earth Science, Biology I
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Sr. M. Fintan Killian
Alg. I, Alg. Il, Calcus
Mrs. Sandra Kuykendall
Typ. I, II, Short. I, Bus. Top.
Mrs. Melanie Lamkin
PE 182!282, Adv. PE, Rel. I 4
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on Tuesday Mornings
Mrs. Mary Logan
Am. History, Religion IV
Rev. Francis Malone
Rel. ll, School Chaplain
Miss Ellen Mapelsden
Am. His., World His., Rel. IV
Staying After School to Help a Student
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Mrs. Norma Martine
Algebra I, Geometry
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Sr. M. Ricarda McGuire
Mrs. Charlotte Miller
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Turning in Lesson Plans
Mrs. Melinda Milloway
Speech I, Sociology
Mrs. Sue Mistric
French I, ll
Mrs. Barbara Opitz
Typ. I, Off. Proc., Bus. Top., Acct.
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Mrs. Pat Papacek
Religion I, Ill, IV
Sr. Susan Charles Pluff
English Il, IM Rel. I, IV
Rether Be Drinking Coffee
Mrs. Kathleen Ramse
Mrs. Sue Sanders
English I, Ill, Rel. Ill
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Miss Rachelle Sirois
Algebra I, Con. Math
Facing the Noise and Flying
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Mrs. Dianne Taylor
Food During Cafeteria Duty
Mrs. Anna Zaw
Art I, ll, Ill
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Alumnae Librarian Health Clinic
Administrative Assistant -
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The ultimate critics of the Flockettes
What! Another bomb threat!
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"Father Tribou, you don't know what you're missing!"
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Take it from me. You don't want a freshmen class.
It's no downstream coffee . . . Christmas is regressing back to childhood
Back row - Manager - Katie Springer, Jan Edmiston, Denise Martindill, Dana Murski, Patty Hayes, Amy Brantley, Kelli Pearson, Stacey Roger, coach
- Mrs. Lamkin. Front row - JoLaura Tate-Lee, Jeanie Mancini, Kathy Moore, Lisa Hendon, Renarta Littles.
The members of this year's volleyball team worked hard rep- Q
resenting MSM. They put in many hours of practice under the
direction of their coach, Mrs. Lamkin.
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you're supposed to hitthe ball overthe net."
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Spike lt Over!
..Oh ., sa S Stace ..You mean I wasm supposed to catch the haw.. Pam concentrates on catching a leak from the ceiling to protect our
' y y' ' beautiful gym floor.
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The 1980-81 Belles and Mounties are teams which Ms.
McCan be proud of.
They practiced several times a week under their coaches
Mr. Kremers and Mr. Gillenwater. They performed well due
to their hard work and dedication. These team members
gave the team much of their time and effort in order to form
a good team. These girls should be commended for working
so hard to represent the school.
Look, up in the sky, Its superman!
ton, Debbie Cumnock, Valerie Pitts, Carolyn Renaud, Mary Ellen Rich-
s fmanagerj Shannon Wolf Lezlie Wewers Amy Brantley Jackie Wagner Sandra Monroe, Karen Corn, Karen Wood, and Patti Handloser. Their
The Swimming and Diving Teams
lst row from left to right: Laura McMurry4 Benita Flatliff, Cece Carey, Ellen Treadway,
Chris Sanford. 2nd row: Susan Shallhorn, elly Clark, Cheryl Helgeson, Denise Lucy, Mic-
helle Koehler. 3rd row: Becky Heil, Tes Smith, Tammi Culpepper, Barbara Hardin, Brenda
Miles. 4th row: Chauna Hart, Kirstie Davenport, Martha Matthews.
Look ma, No hands!
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A swim team member practices diligently forthe upcomin
Take The Plunge
I fly through the air with the greatest of ease' I hope l hit the water before I get airsick!
The swimming and diving teams
performed well again this year. They
practiced through the winter season
and prepared diligently for the
meets. The swimming teams here at
the Mount have become an impor-
tant part of our athletic program.
They have worked hard and deserve
recognition for the achievements
they have accomplished.
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The Tennis Team Swings Into Action'
The tennis team was organized early in
the school year to allow them to prepare for
spring competition. The team practiced reg-
ularly in order to improve their skills.so that
they would be prepared for the matches.
The team was organized and coached by
Miss Sanders and did a good job in repre-
senting the Mount both individually, and as a
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Varsity ls Alive
The 1980-1981 Varsity Cheerleaders started Q
the year at summer camp at S.M.U. with a stop t
at Six Flags on the way home. While at camp, .
they earned blue ribbons and the spirit stick 3
every night. ln the last day, they brought the
spirit stick home with them. The cheerleaders
earned money for camp by selling fireworks i
The results of the Varsity's hard practice was
seen as they cheered the Rockets and the
Belles to victory.
The cheerleaders gather before a game to discuss their cheering stra?
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Cl to rj front- Amy Baldwin, Mary Kay Peters, Janis Johnson,'Kelly Clark, Natalie Polk, Kelly Baldwin. Middl
row - Betsy Baker, Libby Thomason. Top row - Holly Hayes, Gayle Greenwood.
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Look! l can touch my shoe to my elbow! Kelly is aided in doing a cartwheel.
Could that be a halo above Janis's
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Sophomore and Freshman Cheerleaders
The Sophomore and Fresh-
men Cheerleaders did a super
job this year. Both squads
started practicing over the
summer and by fall were ready
to do their stuff. They cheered
for both the CHS football and
basketball games and for MSM
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Bottom - Susan Miller, Annette Schulte, Carolyn Johnson, Joan Wrape, Janet Beck, Georgette Purifoy,
Dede Pennebaker. Top -Gigi Davis, Lisa Hornibrook, Agnes Schaefer.
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Did she say we had to keep our arms like this until
our team makes a touchdown?
Greg shows Lisa what it's like to be
So, Gigi, who are you looking
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ttom front- Kristie Green. Bottom row - Karen Hart, Lisa Fazio, Sheila
rner, Deborah Dober, Jenny Gann. Middle row - Shannon Jacuzzi, Laura
iley, Debbie Comnock, Top - Tonya Rose.
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Donovan, Cindy Evans, Sally Devine, Margaret Lawrence, Lisa Palidino, Kenya Taylor, Patty Olberts, and Vicki McManul
3rd row: Colleen Vincent, Tracy Taylor, Ann Treumper, Cindy Pruss, Diane Enderling, Diana Bernardi, Angie Kowalsl
Penny Elsken, and Suzy Chun. 4th row: Carol Lipe, Martha Matthews, Kristen Schwall, Dana Ferguson, Meg Waters, it
Zemann, Cheryl Helgeson, Julie Volmer. 5th row: Shannon Phelps, Melissa Ftanney, Janie Hudgens, Janet Flyan, Alice ig
gens, Michelle Bennett, and Lee Williams. l
The 1980-81 Rockettes attended
camp at ASU. They won the Spirit
Pom every night, and they won the
Sweepstakes award for being the
best squad overall. Suzy Chun was
named Superstar Drill Team Girl and
Susan Hain won the Drill Down com-
The Rockettes practiced from 1
9:00 A.M. every morning last sum-
mer for 8 weeks, and they practiced
after school until 5:00 P.M. The
1980-81 Rockettes did an outstand-
ing job representing both schools
this past year.
The Flockettes are ecstatic over the exciting game.
Meg and Sharron sit this one out. The Rockettes show their support for the Rockets!
Staphanie thinks the Joke is hilariousg Susan thinks that it is in poor taste.
Cheryl is ready to dance the night away.
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The pep club meets regularly at the
beginning of school to practice the
cheering routines. They provide an
enthusiastic atmosphere to all the foot-
ball and basketball games as they
cheer on the Mounties, the Belles, and
the Catholic High Rockets.
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PEP CLUB: Front row - Maria Chudy. Second row - Carol Bajorek, Rhonda Findley, Anne Price, Gina Scerbo, Debbie
Miller, Shannon Evans, Pauletta Baldwin, Sandy Lake, Melisa Massey, Catherine Massanelli. Third row- Lisa Morris, Nancy
Papacek, Jacquelyn Plauche, Kelly Berry, Karen Yada, Melody Coughlin, Michele Hopkins, Kim Martin, Michele Perna, Dana
Weber, Angie Binz, and Nancy Estes. Fourth row - Angela Selig, Lange Robinson, Meg Taylor, Lori Flynn, Rowena Tacken-
berg, Paula Hastings, Tina Quick, Margaret Monaham, Noelle Martin, Cynthia Helgeson, Shannon Glancy, Sarah Wrightl
Marcie Matthews, Edith Jack, Trachele Thomas, Jeannie Marendt, and Deidre Ze Mann. Fifth row - Leslie Horn, Lee Cor-
ners, Annette Barringhaus, Michelle Noto, Paula Gault, Norma Nesheim, Judy Barthol, Linda Savory, Paula Walker, Julie
Schollmer, Laura Pruitt, Alesia Johnson, Amy Papcek, Bonnie Troillett, Carol Woods, Kristi Kita, Elizabeth Rutt. Sixth row -Q
Kristen Davis, Lisa Boeckmann, Angie Pate, Joan Woeltje, Meridith Matthews, Carol Oswald, Mary Pruss, Theresa Miller.
Susan O'Rourke, Shawn Mabrey, Shelli Bonner, Denise Ruthven, Madeline Hawkins, Nikki Knight, Connie Thode, Lisa Mat-
thews. Not pictured - Lisa Freasier. T
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What an exciting game!
The 80-81 Pep Club Members await their favorite team.
Maria realizes she forgot herjeans and will have to wear her uniform at the party after the game.
Lisa is out of uniform DEMERITS!
Commitee Activities Bring Spirit toSeniors
Big Sister!Little Sister Committee I .
planned Freshman Day and the l
BIG SISTERXLITTLE SISTER COMMITTEE: Seated fl to rj - Mary Winzerling, Lisa Ferrel, Jan
Edminston - chairman. Second row - Ann Truemper, Mona Blacklaw, Marie Moriarty, and,
Committee was made one
committee this year. For
the retreat, they had to
decide the place, cele- ,
brant and format. ,
ALUMNAE TEAIRETREAT COMMITTEE: Seated fl to rj - Mariam Miller, Racheal Crosby, Dana Murski -
chairwoman, Annette Berkeymeryer. Second row - Karen Webb, Carol Kaplon, Lyde Thompson, Mar'
H2 interests Roberts, Brenda Miles, Angie Kowalski, and Stacy Reagan.
Class Day takes much preparation
SLASS DAY BOOKLET COMMITTEE: Seated Cl to rj - Susan Hain, Alice Hudgens, Meg Waters, Janis
lohnson. Second row - Patty Olberts, Vicki Wrape, Natalie Polk, Maria Chudy, Lisa Hendon - chair-
vvoman, Stephanie Marshall, and Suzy Chun.
TLASS DAY COMMITTEE: Seated fl to rj - Karrie Findley, Barbra Page, Kate Anderson, Dana Winter, Brigid
isken, and Anita Kordsmeier - chairwoman. Second row - Holly Hayes, Tara Cameron, Michelle Bennet,
am LaBorde, and Shirley Binz.
Class Day Booklet Com-
mittee was another impor-
tant and fun committee. This
committee was in charge of
the Who's Who survey, sen-
ior statistics, and seniors'
wills. They also decided on
the cover design of the
booklet. Dedication and sell-
ing of the book was part of
the committee's responsibl-
Class Day committee had
many responsibilities to
carry out if the day was to be
a success. They were in
charge of ordering and dis-
tributing Class Day T-shirts.
Collecting senior sayings,
ordering flowers, and pre-
paring the slide show were
the responsibilities of Class
Day Committee. The biggest
honor they chose was the
Seniors stay busy with committees
Special Activities Committee planned activities for the
school as well as the seniors. Their biggest activity was the
Christmas party. They planned for the student body to have
lunch together, see a skit performed by the committee, and
got out of school early.
Graduation and Baccalaureate Committee was con-
cerned with two important senior events. They had to
engage speakers. Informing on practice dates, deciding on
number of roses, and planning the music were responsibili-
tites of this committee.
row to rj Fer-
guson - chainivoman, and Laurie Ranney. Second row - Che-
ryl Belgeson, Mary Kay Peters, and Kelly Baldwin. Third row -
GRADUATION AND BACCALAUREATE COMMITTEE: Seated fl to rj - Cindy Evans, Medora Vestal, Carol Lipe, Wendy
Rooney, Mary Ann Buddenburg, and Rita Aletter. Second row - Caroline Farmer, and Tina Columbus - chairwoman.
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SENIOR SPIRIT COMMITTEE: Front row: fl to rj - Brigid Elsken, Pam LaBorde, Mnnettee Berkemeyer, Cindy
Evans, Carol Lipe, Carrie Findley. 2nd row - Anita Kordsmeier, Shirley Binz, Julie Kierre, Rita Letter, Dana
Murski, B '
arbara Page, Rachael Crosby, Chris Hummer.
JUNIOR SPIRIT COMMITTEE: Front row: U to rj - Janet Gibson, Tes Smith, Vicki Saunders, Valli
Blair, Ellen Eschbacher, Gina Marchese. 2nd row - Mary Rector, Dana Ferguson, Shannon Arm-
ourst, Lisa Serna, Gayle Greenwood.
The Spirit Committees per-
form LIVE entertainment at
most of our assemblies. It
takes dedicated and original
people to come up with the
excellent skits. We love you,
Juniors also enjoy committees
Bazaar Committee was in
charge of making certain every-
thing ran smoothly. Because of
their many hours of hard work, it
was a success.
Prom Committee chose the
place, theme, and band for the
occasion. They decorated the
chosen place. Students were
given the rules and tickets by this
committee. There were cha-
prones and photographers pres-
ent. Publicity and refreshments
were responsibilities of this com-
BAZAAR COMMITTEE: Seated KI to rj - Diane Bernardi, Ana Borenhoffen, Tracy Taylor, Diane
Enderlin, Katie Davis, and Michelle Hopkins. Second row - Stacy Sanders, Sharon Zimmerman,
and Stacy Williams.
PROM COMMITTEE: Seated QI to rj - Diana Bernardi, Penny Elston, Tracy Taylor, Stacy Sanders, Joan
Ingall, Michelle Hopkins. Second row - Dana Munroe, Diane Enderlin, Kelly Clark, Sharon Zimmerman,
and Ellen Tredway.
UNITED NATIONS: First row Cl tor J - Diane Gasper, Dana Ferguson, Teresa Bremer, Chris Hummer, Micky
Zuman, Ceryl Helgeson, Stephanie Marshall, Mariam Miller, Tina Mauffin, Jeanny Mancini. Second row- Kelly
Baldwin, Lyde Thompson, Evelyn Parker, Julie Kierre, Kathy Wertsfield, Michelle Flueben, Jo Ann Cockman,
Lisa Ferrel, Denise Lucy, Laurie Exrlebin, Mary Roberts, Laura Couch, Laura Williams, and Anne Sorenson.
Third row - Lisa Edwards, Madeline Bailey, Valerie, Marie Morareity, Flacheal Crosby, Dana Murski, Barbra
Page, Pam LaBorde, Kara Chipman, and Kim Partyka.
United Nations was a new class this year. lt was geared
to teaching students about government. They ran a politi-
cal campaign representing both parties. There was an
election held during lunch one Friday. The Republican
party won over all. Students in this class, represented
each person that ran in the election. They had a day of
mock United Nations.
Barbra Page and Racheal Crosby count the number of students who
register to vote.
Campaigning occurred during lunch.
The N.H.S. Does More Than Study
Each year, eligible Juniors and
Seniors are nominated into the
N.H.S. This group has really been
an active organization in St.
Mary's this year. They began the
year with a school service pro-
ject. The Bazaar came next,
where they were in charge of the
ice cream booth. The annual Epi-
curean dinner was an elegant
occasion. The group also spon-
sored a blood drive for the Red
Cross. Other activities done by
the N.H.S. were the Mind Grind,
figuring honor roll, and the Spring
Induction for new members.
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Brigid spoonfeeds a little junior.
N.H.S. Front row: fl to ry - Suzy Chun, Lisa Hendon, Jeanie Mancini, Wendy' Rooney. 2nd row - Jan
Edmiston, Anita Kordsmeier, Mary Roberts, Carol Lipe, Brenda Miles, Rosalie Kremers, Eva Barringhaus,
Mrs. Mistricg sponsor. 3rd row- Ann Woeltje, Mary Ann Buddenburg, Mariam Miller, Maria Chudy, Kate
Anderson, Susan Hain, Brigid Elsken. Not pictured - Pam LaBordeg President.
lscream. YOU SCFGHYTI. we all SOFGHFH for iC6 cream! Vicki manages a small "lt doesn't hurt THAT much!!"
S F A B Government
Student, Faculty, Administra-
tion Board was the back-bone
of St. Mary's government. This
board coordinated school
activities. The student body
president was responsible for
representing SFAB at school
Stephanie Marshall and Brigid Elsken laugh at a funny idea they have Sr. Flichard Mary gives her opinion.
Seniors Are Involved ln Various Programs
Human Relations was
another new class this year.
This class entailed working in
the following areas: Office, A-V
Lab., Counselor's office, Day
Care, and Library. The purpose
of this class was for students to
relate in areas of needed help.
Some seniors attended St.
Mary's half a day. The other
half of the day they attended
Hall High School. These sen-
iors were HOE and COE stu-
HUMAN RELATIONS: Seated Cl to rj - Carmen Davenport, Kim Partyka, Cindy Evans, Ellen Eschbacher,
Michelle Bennet. Second row - Carolyn Riggan, Stacy Raegan, Shelly Paloaino, Kathy Woffard, Lyn
Harris. Third row - Janet Butler, Tina Mauffin, Gina Sweden, Laurie Ranney, and Tina Columbus.
Fourth row - Pam Estes, Cindy Moffet, Mary Ann Buddenburg, and Debbie Miller. Standing - Kate
Anderson, Angie Kowalski, Tracy Green, Lisa Savoy, Christine Maxwell, Laurie Holman, Kara Chipman,
Cindy Johnson, Tara Cameron, Mary Kay Peters, Lisa Ferguson, Natalie Polk, Alice Hudgens, and Mau-
HOE: fl to rj - Tammy Tarnowsky, Patty Jones, Grace Boone, and
COE: Cl to rj -
Lameice Filat and Rhonda
Language Clubs Are New This Year
French and Latin clubs were also a new success
at St. Mary this year. They organized the language
Catiski Dana Weber
row Cl to rj
Tammy Culpepper, Elizabeth Holeman. Second row - Mrs. Mistric, Nacy
,Downing, Kim Clark, Karen Flecher, Cynthia Couch, and Jan Gerard. Third
lrow - Leslie Fraiser, Moria Zeman, Ftobin Millican, Laura Conoway. Fourth
' row - Cindy Lewis, Shelly Bonder, Edith Jack, Michele Noto, Maureen Dono-
gvan, Kelly Culpepper, Chauna Hart. Fifth row - Carolyn Brown, Paige Nisbit,
l Sheila Horner, Kathy Bell, Fienee Jones, and Melissa Born. Top row - Susan
,O'Ftourke, Melissa Aaron, Ramona Hatch, Dana Sims, Laura Tabor, Terri
Bremer and Katie Sprenger.
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LATIN CLUB: First row fl to rj - Carol Witfield, Sherry Wortell, Toni Scarca, Mary Jacoby, Marie Yee, Diane Bernardi, Susan Schollhorn, Leslie Freiser,
Muffin Cambell, Brigid Coen, and Jany Morgan. Second row - Trichelle Thomas, Carlo Woods, Marcie Mathews, Tracy Taylor, Susan Miller, Braun
Ray, Sarah Wright, Alisia Johnson, Christie Taldo, Beverly Wardlaw, Sandy Finkbeinner, Beni Ftatliff. Third row - Mrs. Coen, Shannon Phelps, Lori
McMurry, Libby Thompson, Dana Ferguson, Amy Papcek, Joan Wrape, Donna Chachere, Susan Phillips, and Sharon Zimmerman. imerem
The FBLA ls Really in Business
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F.B.L.A.: Front row: tl to rj - Mary Rector, Maureen Donovan, Sherry Gangluff. 2nd row - Lisa Edwards, Stacey Roger, Anita
Kordsmeier, Suzy Chun. 3rd row - Suzy Carroll, Janet Henderson, Rachael Crosby, Connie Thode, Laura Couch, Mary Jo
Christ, Mona Blacklaw, Michelle Bennet, Ellen Eschbacher, Maria Chudy, Lisa Rose, Shelly Paladino, Cindy Moffet, Annette
Berkemeyer, Jo Ann Cockman. 4th row - Barbara Harness, Carol Kaplon, Tina Mauppin, Kathryn Graves, Tracy Taylor, Bar-
bara Page, Dana Murski, Caroline Stanely, Melanie Owen, Laura Eschbacher, Kim Partyka, Mickey Zeman, Carmen Davenport,
Debbie Miller, Tes Smith, Denise Morgan, Katie Golden, Debbie Dursa, Annette Nagle.
The purpose of the FBLA is
to keep up with current trends
in business. This group ran two
booths in the bazaar this year.
The annual Toys for Tots Day
was a big success. The Confer-
ence at UCA was quite a learn-
ing experience. The girls com-
peted in different areas of busi-
ness courses such as typing.
Our school was well repre-
sented. Keep up the good
We're tired of business, let's have some fun!!!
More Power to the Students!
STUDENT CONGRESS: Front row fl to rj - Cheryl Helgeson, Lisa Ferrell. 2nd row - Stephanie Marshall, Laura Williams, Sharon Zim-
merman, Miriam Miller.
Speaker of the house, Miriam Miller proudly holds 'her
The MSM participation in the 1980 Student Congress
was a total success. MSM received Best School Delega-
tion. Speaker of the House was held by senior Mariam
Miller. She also received Superior ratings in party caucus
committee work, and parliamentary procedure. Senior
Cheryl Helgeson received excellent rating in party cau-
cus. Senior Lisa Ferrell received excellent rating in floor
debate and committee work. And senior Stephanie Mar-
shall received excellent rating in committee work. The
faclty sponsor of the group is Mrs. Milloway.
And the Band
row - Cl to rj - Lisa Tresp, Roberta Kercluner, Lori Kearney, Christy Johnson, Boyd,
Victoria Baits. 2nd row - Lisa Boekman, Valerie Wallent, Jeannie Marendt, Valerie Pitts, Carol Bajorek, Kren
Yada, Lisa Gilbert, Mary Horn, Machel Young, Renee Power, Nancy Wright, Trachell Thomas, Lori Flynn. 3rd row:
Annacka Prince, Margie Wooford, Stephanie Taldo, Ann Hiegel, Lisa Ligon, Shelli Bonner, Samantha Gatliffm, Bar-
bara Hardin, Lisa Cambell, Christina Taldo, Wendy Rooney, Cheryl Piechoski. 4th row - Rita Aletter, Annette Bar-1
ringhaus, Maria Hanson, Pam Phillips, Kathy Fichette, Parbara McCauley, Martha Blunk, Lisa Chambers, Benita
Ratcliff, Laurie Erxleben, Cathy Piechoski, Eva Barringhaus, Viki Kita.
The band really did work hard this year. They attended two
parades: the Livestock parade and the Christmas parade. They
went to different elementary schools and performed for them.
The president of this year's band is Rita Aletter. This year's Drum
Major is Eva Barringhaus.
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BAND OFFICERS: Front row - Cl to rj - Kathy Fichette
Karen Yada, Mary Horn, Ann Hiegel. 2nd row - Rita Aletter
l Rita displays the proper way to carry an instrument. What do you mean sectionals are
Lisa blushes in front of a Crowd! Some trumpeteers really blow their top.
That concert and the mob for our autographs were just too much!
Presenting One Wild and Crazy Mercian
MERCIAN STAFF: Front row - il to ry - June Cia, Marcie Matthews, Carol Woods, Ann Hiegel. 2nd row - Peggy Oberste, Patt
Olberls, Dana Winter, Susan Hain, Theresa Parks. 3rd row - Ann Woeltje, Anita Lordsmeier, Beth Burson, Holly Hayes, Brend
Miles, Rosalie Kremers, Mary Jo Christ, Caroline Stanely, Laurie Ranney.
A yearbook is not just a book full of memo-
ries which magically appears each spring. It
takes the hard work of a dedicated staff all year
to produce a yearbook. lt all began at the year-
book workshop this past summer at the Arling-
ton Hotel in Hot Springs. Our staff worked hard
the entire week, but we had plenty of fun too.
Because of our work, we won an award for lay-
out and design.
Editor Ann Woeltje participated in the Miss MERCIAN 1981 pa
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:ount the moola!
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.t yearbook workshop, Marcie and Carol laugh at the thought of this
icture being put in the yearbook.
Two tired staff members exclaim after working all night, "Deadlines, they
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i Jane Girl fDana Winterj can only type her copy in a crowd. June is caught in the act of goofing off,
Extra, Extra, Read All About It!
Each month, the MOUNT staff works
diligently to present the students with the
latest current events, fads, seniors of the
month, and comments in a newspaper.
Our school would not be the same with-
out our newspaper staff. Editors Mary
Ann Buddenburg and Kate Anderson
keep the staff rolling. Topics are assigned
each month to reporters. Photographers
are always on the lurk.
Mary Ann and Kate attended a work-
shop at ASU over the summer and
obtained a lot of great ideas. Our newspa-
per staff is something to respect and to
be proud of.
Editors Mary Ann Buddenburg and Kate Anderson pose for a quick candid
"Can't you see that we're too busy right now to go to 5th period?" Brigid peacefully types her untold story
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Mary Ann tries to persuade Carol and Kate to stay after school for a "Short?" meeting.
The MOUNT philosopher
lOUNT STAFF: Front row fl to rj - Suzy Chun, Medora Vestal, Kate Anderson, Mary Ann Buddenberg, Alice Hudgens, Carol Lipe. 2nd row - Lyde
thompson, Bridget Coen, JoLaura Tate-Lee, Liz Holman, Stacy Wallace, Dana Ferguson, Laura Williams, Jan Edminston. 3rd row - Susan Shallhorn,
'ina Columbus, Diane Enderlin, Janet Gibson, Susan Ferris, Michelle Hopkins. 4th row - Angie Kowalski, Eva Barringhaus, Meg Waters, Brigid
lsken, Becky Edelman.
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Debating the Pros and Cons
Under the guidance of Mrs.
Milloway, the debate team met
every Thursday after school to
prepare for competition. They
competed against various
other high schools in Little
Rock. They also participated in
the state competition.
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MEMBERS: Margaret Cahill, Donna Chacere, Cheryl Helgeson, Cynthia Helgeson, Mariam Miller, Maur
Montegomery, Mary Roberts, and Susan Scott.
Mary Roberts listens to Donna Chahere.
Mariam Mmef is DUSY at work- Cheryl Helguson waves to her competitors.
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You have made us very
proud of you.
Mom, Dad, and All
Therefore, my bre+hen, be sfeadfasf, immovable, always abounding in +he work of 'rhe Lord,
'rhal is, always being superior, excelling, doing more +han enough in The service of The Lord, know-
ing and being conlinually aware lhal' your labor in lhe Lord is never wasled or +0 no purpose. AP I
Happiness is . . .
As We Know Well,
Mom, Dad, Mike, Lisa, John
4 . .
Wishing you much happiness, Laura.
We love you - Mom, Dad, and David.
We love you and are so proud of you!!
Mom, Dad, James and Slephen
Congralulahons +o our
daughler and baby sis. All our Love +0 a
Dad and Molher '45, Are!! Sp?cg'?If.G!r' f
Dianne '69, Barbara '7I, a lgecllif 'me O
Mary '74, Ani+a '76, and e' ' e'
WE AEETZDZE YOU. We're so very proud of you!!! cl f d 163
We love you Da n-Dan
Mom, Dad, Dawne 8: Lollipop
Mo+l1er, Daddy, Sharon, Ca+hy, Leo, 8: Carol
Keep on smiling, Alice
We love you
Your Mom and Dad
Your brofhers and sisfers
Your in-laws nieces and nephews
YOU ARE OUR DREAM
lo Medora -
l ALL OUR BEST WISHES AND LOVE,
i BIGGEST ANGEL
MOM, DAD, GRANDPA, KEVIN, RANDY, LAURA,
l 8: CAROLYN
Congra+ula+ions and bes+ wishes for
a happy fufure. Love,
y Mom, Dad, Ray, Ann, Eddy, Greg 8: Ryan says
T "Me Too"
Molher, Dad, Sherry
Look ou+ world - Here she comes
Congralulalions and much love,
Mom and Dad
L May you find as much happiness, ioy, love,
and pleasure as you've given us all +hese years.
Remember if you need us, we're always wifh you.
l Hope all your dreams come +rue.
, God's blessings 8: all our love +0 a very special girl,
a+ a very special fime,
y Mom, Dad, Dana, 8: Tony ll
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To Our Julie
Wiih your loving hear+ and happy smile
and will of iron, you have accomplished yy y ii i 'y aaii
so much. May God bless you as you conquer your Mi iiili D Aki ii
dreams! We love you, Tracy.
our love - The Krelihs Always keep +ha+ happy smile
Dad, Mom, Tim, Mike,.Paul, Rich, Terri, Mama' Daddy' and Bubba
Here is a limerick from Dad.
We hope ii doesn'+ make you foo mad.
Bui our wish is +o fell you,
How proud we are of you,
And +o wish all +he besi 'ro our
Love, Mom and Dad
Go For I+, Megri+!
We love you
Mom, Dad, Ka+hie, and Tim
our lives have
been blessed by
We are so proud of you and love you!
Corlgrafulafions Congrafulafions Sandi,
+0 our daughlber Mom, Dad, Mon+e, Dana, Toofie,
Kara Susan, and Shebo.
Love - Mom and Dad
We all love you
Mom, Dad, and Dee Ann
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Our hear+s go wi+h you!
Dad, Mom, Nafalie, Denny, Kirs+ie, Keena
We're proud of you!
Love, Mom, Dad, John, Brian, and Alan
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If you shoo+ for 'rhe sun,
Maybe you'llhi1' a s+ar.
Love Mom and SuzyA
Janis 81 Greg
A Merry HearI
Make'rI1 A Cheerful
Dad, Mom, SI'even,
Grefchen 8: Eric
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR
WE LOVE YOU STEPHANIE
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MAY YOU FIND IN LIFE AS MUCH JOY
AND HAPPINESS AS YOU HAVE GIVEN
TO US. WE LOVE YOU, HOLLY.
Mom, Dad, Hea+I1er 8: Jc
We fell' so forlunale when
you were born.
Bul l'here was no happier
momenl' for us lhan your
The day you came oul' of lhe hospilal
God +ruly blessed you and your family
We love you Caroline.
. , ' i:.4f"'! iihh ii? .
"This day belongs +o you!"
We love you, Mary.
Diclc, Dodie, Jennifer, Be+sy, You did H "Your way".
T0mmY. 81 Dawn Llfeile and we love you 'For i+!
You are such a ioy +o us! Keep on "LOVING" an
"LAUGHlNG" as you always have.
You can clap for ioy now, Pam.
High school is over. We lovg You'
We are proud of you. Dad an Mom
Love Mom, Dad, Melinda, 8: Jeff.
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You are ius'r 'rhe kind of girl
we always dreamed we would have.
LYNN-WE'RE GONNA MISS
"Mouse and boo+s"
Mom - Dad - Jack
l You ve filled our
lives wi+h ioy and
such precious memories
and +here's so much
WE LOVE YOU,
Mom, Dad, 8: Vince
We love you
and we are
proud of you.
Mom, Dad, Rob, 81
Jus'r a liHle
around +he eyes!
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Congra+ula+ions and bes+wisl1es, C0f'9"a'fUlal'l0nS +0 OUT Tina!
Barbara: we Igve you! We Were blessed Wl'l'l'l l'l1e bes+
Mgml Dad' Mary' when God gave us you.
Melanie, Sharon. l-0Ve Ya! Dad. M0m15nd TONY
J. Milne, Karen and
We love you.
Love, Mom, Dad, 8: Mark
You've come a long way, Baby!
Sure do love you!
Mom, Dad, 8: Brian
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CONGRATULATIONS CINDY!! S
We're very proud of you, Mary, We Love You
Love - Mo+her and Dad
CONGRATULATICNS CAROL! Cong ra+uIa+ions Mary Jo
We love you. May God bless you and L
guide you all your life. oven
Mom, Daniel, Joe, Frank, Susan, Mom and Dad
Florence, Don, Ray, and Ladonna
"OH, MY SON'S MY SON TILL HE
GETS HIM A WIFE
BUT MY DAUGHTER'S MY DAUGHTER
ALL HER LIFE."
ln Memory of your Pepa "Dick" Dill
your Sido lsaac, and M. F-ila+
We love you
and we're so
proud of you
Rosary Sislers School
Oul' of small beginnings i
fhings have been produced? D
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Molher and Daddy
of love and memories. We are so proud
of you. Congra+ula'I'ions and love.
Mom, Dad, and David
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Congralulalions Carolyn C0ngra+ula+ions. Anne++e!
We love you!
We Love You Mom, Dad, Alan, Glenn,
Mama 81 Gary,and Kennefh
i y y nge do
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Todays are so much swee+er, e
Happier and more beaufiful 1
Because of all +I1e yes+erdays
You have filled wi+l1 love.
We love you.
Mom, Dad,and Bill
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Wi+h love and Pride
Dad, Mom, and Jennifer
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Thos and Claiborne
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Jus? remember you can do anylhing
you wanf +o do if you wanl' +o do
if bad enough.
Mo'rl1er, Debbie, 81 Kim
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God loves you and we
Have a greaf life.
Mom, Dad, Alicia, Mark, ScoH' 8: Kelley
we are proud of you
and Iove you very
CONGRATULATIONS SUSAN ON THIS much
VERY IMPORTANT EVENT IN YOUR LIFE
Wiih much Iove, Mom, Dad, Tonya, and
Your Family 81 Sfephanie
May +I1e Lighi' of Love shine on you
always. We are very proud of you and COUQTGIUIGIIONS Chris
Iove you so much! Love, Mom, Dad, and S+efie
Karen, Melody, Chrisfi, Frank, Mamma 8: Daddy
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You've been a ioy
since you've begun
Our favoriie girl
in Ihe class of '8 I .
Mom, Dad, and Tommy
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I+ seems like i+
was only yesferday
AII our Iove
Moiher, Daddy, 8: Jim
We're all proud of you. "You've come a long way baby
Mofher and Daddy, Mary Maude and Rob
Teddy, Jo and Kevin, John, Clelia and Becka.
I+'s I2 years.
Bu+, if you work
Once is enough.
and much love - CONGRATULATIONS
and l:es+ wishes for a happy fufure
Mom 8: Dad, Ray, Ann, Eddy, Greg, Ryan,
and Bob F. from L. B.
You've come a long way babe
and-we're so proud of you!
Mom, Dad, John, Theresa, 8: Cindy
and +he Class
TAMA - a very special girl . . .
We love you more 'roday +han yes+erday,
Bui noi' as much as fomorrow.
All our love always,
We are so proud of you.
Congrafulalions. May all your dreams
Mom 8: Dad, Tommy, Terry, Teresa, Tim, 8: Travis
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The finesf inherilance you can give +o a child is lo allow il +o Your abmfy is surpassed
maine ils own way, complefely on ifs own 'Feet only by me radiance of Your smile.
Love and congralulalions,
Love' Mom, Dad, Pal, Neva, Marleen, Chuck, D
Mom and Dad Denis, Ben, Andy, and Fluffy
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To Barbara - The world's sweefesf,
We wish you love and ioy in lhe years
We are all proud of you,
Mom, Dad, James, and Paul
Wha+ a smile.
Whal a personali+y.
Whal' a lady!
Love and congralulalions 'lo our fulure
Mom, Dad, Keilh, and Joan
We're So Proud of You!
Dad, Mom, Cyn+hia, Carrie
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see fhrough you and sfill
enioy +he show!
"Darers go firsi.
Angie and Carol
"The Mariians are
Shirley and Carol
l counf myself in nofhing You have more 'rhan your share
else so happy, as a soul a
remembering my good friends
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I+ doesn"I' maHer where you go
Whaf you do or how much you have
l'r's who you have beside you
AnneHe and Maria
For yeslerday is bu+ a dream
And 'romorrow is only a vision,
bu+1'oday, well lived, malces every
yesferday a dream of happiness,
And every +omorrow a vision of hope.
The Besi' of Friends Never Parl'
DANA, RACHAEL, and BARBARA
Summer of 80 - Boy Scouls - Head 'For The
Mounlains - Fourfh of July - Ladies' Nighl -
Conway - 450 SL!!! - Groovers - 2nd Base-
men - Lu+heran - Freaky Dealzy - Can we
have 6 glasses of ice please? JEEP - Truly Won-
derful - Some Firs+s - A CZAR! - "Lovin'
Touchin' Squeezin"'! Curran Conway - Base-
ball's BEs'r - Kanis - "We're 'lrying +o gel'
home!" - Rumors - Guie - My Daddy don'+
like me cuz l wear my sis+er's clo+hes! - THE
VIEW, forever - Summer Romances - Tuna
Fish - Haun+ed Houses - Tex and 'rhe Kid -
Pleh! Pleh! - Remain Calm - HH' and Run -
Conver+ibles - Bleacher Bums - Travelers Field
- REO - Van Halen - Journey Reporl' -
New Year's Eve - Snealcing oul +o Taco Bell -
Midnighl' Movies - Busch - Coors - H"s no
Downsfream Beer - Dallas Boys - Coleman
Dairy - Kierre Really - T-P-ing - Fool Head
- Wanl' s'more popcorn? - Love Hurfs -
Love Will Find a Way - Hurry +o Murry -
Cruisin' - WhoooSon!!!!! - And Las! bul Noi
Leasl'!!!!! SB KB BL lW TJ ill I
JW MF JM HC GL And +o all
+he memories we have no+ yel' ENCOUN-
Holly 8: Nafalie: experl sailboa+ers
experienced iellyfish killers
8: well known nighl' 'lime cruisers
We love +l1ose higher
MO 8' Herbie' Jo 8' Tom Dallas - Here We Com
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Hof Springs Arlingion Augus+ '80
Ann, Mary, Mary Ann,
Jan and Befh.
Some+imes fhere are fhings shared by all-
Somelimes only a few lcnow lhe 'lrue meaning of
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college and the future!
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Funy Wuzzies Forever!
A.K. Do you have fhe fime?
Maria will have grey hairs.
Pam-Brush your hair!
Now we're falkin' . . .
No, buf l've gof a dime somewhere! A.K.
Maria, See Sr. Bob I
RC, Here's fo midnife movies, DM
BP, fha le'H'er helped, a Iof, DM
MM, Thanks for all fhe years, DM
B.P. Do you wanf a glass of wafer?
Crazy Green Bean-Jerry's kids!
Bye fo Iil sis Nancy, ILY, Dana
RC 8: BP, Thanks, ILY, DM
If iusf goes fo show ya . . .
Bug off, Pam! PPD
Share a smile wifh a friend.
"The Pesfs" will never die! 112
8 Wheels Wesf is besf! - RP
Trumpefs are a bIas+! - RP
Hey Lizard Lips!
Carolyn C. has buzzard breafh!
Good-bye Julie and Valerie, A.K.
Chris S. is my besf pal! - RP
Be brassy and double Tongue!
If's fhaf simple!
A Parenf and a dying child
Tricia says: J'aime les gargons
Meef me af Judy's
Bye Jim, l'll love you always!
Thanks for everyfhing, Mom and Dad
Love, "J." Mouse
Thanks for everyfhing Holly-Debbie
Bye Pam, Mary and Janice, Debbie
Thanks mom, I love You! Carol Ann
Polkas are ii I!
SBD 81 HR lives forever
Hero and Grace
I hafe you, I hafe you bad!
Can I ask you a quesfion?
Nofes from Folks
Rocklobsfer loves Quiche, V.W.
I love Tresse.
Bahia Mar lives af Padre!
ED 8: CR forever!
Padre - somefimes a Fanfasy!
Seniors love S.I. - P.O. - P.O.
O. T. is KSSN in fheir cabins
Cliff fop falkers - Search 45
The Sleepover Three Pai, Peg, Su
CHS Hall Roamers - Peggy 8: Dana
Yeah Garfieldsl and Search 345
We Love You Poo. Mousey, Big KiH'y,
Renee P. You're special fo me. C.S
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Pefif Jean, Cheese, and Wine! M.H.
Shelly Lou's happy fonife! M.H.
I luv ya Vic, Ali 8: Michelle
I love you smegy! C.F.
Mary, I wasn'f born here! M.H.
Cafhy Carol Shelly and Melinda
I'm gonna miss you love Margie
Greg - Where's Maff?
Boflies are greaf-Ruff
Rockeis are "Oh so very bad"
LAC and ACB - I'II miss you!! AC
Cheers fo fhe filfing fable!
Now and Lafer. AB 8: KG
Love ya Paula H.! Sfacey R.
SS, fhese are fhe besf of fimesl
Sweef cheeks!Puppy eyes?? old fimes
KVD loves BWMH forever
Kafe, Carol, Brigid-infernafional
Danny and Pafricia - Forever
TG, You are so wonderful, OOH-OOH!
Bye Pep Club, Love Debbie
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I would like to express my sincere thanks to everyone who
helped make this yearbook a success. I extend a special
thanks to Beth, Business Manager and friend, who was
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