Nazareth Academy - Alexine Yearbook (La Grange Park, IL)

 - Class of 1969

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N. . -mg, - i fx f l A f m I I, .1 u J w, 4 4 'Q' ,rw s-.2 "5 w Md, aff 10 s is 5 gi rex Q Cf QQ 5, s Q in AIN He has hopes, dreams, goals, disappointments. He experiences joy, relief, sadness, friendship, good times His similar .feelings and accomplishments give him a sense of oneness with others. He cherishes memories-good ones and bad ones. ll l . He has memories of Paris, England, Ireland, Brussels, Amsterdam, and Rome. He has walked on Carnaby Street, gone to the top of the Eiffel Tower, seen the catacombs, and viewed the majestic greatness of St. Peters. He has attended the opera Carmen, crossed the English Channel by ship and slept in the Latin Quarter of Paris. He also recalls the Canadian wilderness trip. He remembers the portages with the waist-deep mud, seventy-pound packs and eighty-pound canoes. He , readily and quite vividly pictures Lobo, the Wolf hound. Yet, he also pictures the grandeur and beauty of Canada, with its blue skies, pines and streams, its Northern lights, and the call of the loons. The German student remembers Munich, Vienna, Berlin and Salzburg. He found enjoyment at the Prater and in the Munich Hofbrauhaus. He climbed up to Ludwig's Castle and saw the beauty of Germany. He was also culturally enriched. sian- K ,. ,xg ve., 'Vs AG' fi qt 5. ll , 90 , -L iff, Did I3 if 4 f fi 3 in -' "-, 'K Xi , sn 3. Q49 J fl, Q Q 59 . -ei. VY ls K nw fW:fw I3 A .V Qu 1 I A 1 an 14 , QLAZARE TH ELEAN mnvlffs l As he ages and matures, man discovers slowly that there exists a kind of fire within him. The burning desire to speak, to inquire, to question, to think. The longing to be accepted, to have friends, to belong. The yearning to discover, to inliuence. Man has learned how to release this fire through physical means: screaming and yelling at basketball games, enthusiastic participation in projects and happenings, resounding cheers of the cheerleaders, strumming a guitar, joyful singing, forceful speeches. l5 P Man realizes he has a thirst for knowledge, for reading, for learning, for finding out the why and how of things, for advancing in thought and education. 16 +-9' -5' ,U ,t ,. I W I 18 5' -53 1 Man: dynamically changing, full of life, becoming a true human being through involvement and sharing, giving, loving, and serving mankind. "I mean to make myself a man, and if I succeed in that, I shall succeed in everything else." Garfield .aff A seventeen year old, Wise in the ways of the world Having lost all the innocence and trust of her youth Is only the result of advanced techniques in learning Listening to pre-recorded tapes in a sound proof booth "Leave your toys and games, stop being so silly and young You are our hope for tomorrow, not for your today Don't look and gaze at the sunsetg read and learn the facts Beauty and awe aren't for you, knowledge will be your way.' Mary Pozen fi V ? WW Through conscience, man is reminded that his evolution is a self-transforming one. He has the power to determine his standards, morals, and purpose. Man's intellect demands that he establish a concept of himself. RELIGION The objective of Nazareth's religion classes was the development of an informed conscience. From this base, the students were able to take a position on civil rights, Biafra, freedom on campus, and the concessions to be made for peace. Primarily, it was religion class discussions that furnished this information. These studies, whether of Christian womanhood, comparative religions, Christian morality, or Christian value structures in the arts, took on a tremendous relevance to our lives. They became no longer topics for classroom discussions, but an integral part of conscience. lt is adamant that each person take seriously his role as a student. For without knowledge, man is no longer a human being. it L Janine Paviclz COI1fl'0l1IS social issues with facts and information. 1 A a If l if Q 7 K P Ling! A t K . 1 K , 5, A folk -YUHH by Dfllllv Kaiser expresses the The coffee house comes alive, as colorful carpet sections are taped together ideals of youth. The faculty and student body open the Celebration Center with a Mass of vision. 23 55"1'33l F! f IT' Qinhaugg .tg afhli A ab' HWS in L??1Y 3lx '?fif'91li H6 , ffl gm 'mu- VU Tlze third year literature course includes a panoramic study of Medieval English literature. A criticism on Dante interests Roberta LeMieux. Wlzile studying Edmund Campion, Clzris Sclzuler becomes absorbed in the influence of religion on literature. 24 Q A joyful passage inspires Mary Ellen Shannon, a country parson. Reflect upon what a man was trying to say to others about "life, liberty, and the ENGLISH pursuit of happinessl' through the media of literature. Master the most effective way to convey your ideas and thoughts through a richer vocabulary and a knowledge of grammar, so that others may contemplate and dispute what you say. Consider the quality and eternal truth in the words of Stone, Shakespeare, Goethe, and Dante. Interpret the beauty of Keats, Shelley, and Byron. Delight in Chaucer's characters and the intricate storytelling of O. Henry. Obliterate the limitations imposed by time, place, age, and space to find for yourself not just the usefulness, but the absolute necessity of words. Exploit them, so that you may learn to communicate with the world to achieve constructive ends. l Anne De Visschcr mdiarcs "le foie de Vivre!" We sometimes find it hard to express our thoughts and ideas in our own language, but to speak of them in a foreign media seems inconceivable at times. Be it French, German, Latin, or Spanish, the details of grammar and pronunciation often seem to be LANGUAGES insurmountable. Nevertheless, the student is encouraged to delve into the languages, customs, and culture of its people. In the modern languages, the stress is on verbal communication. In Latin, the beauty is said to be found in the words of the immortals-Cicero, Virgil, and Caesar. The language student is offered not just the challenge, but the opportunity to disprove the saying that "words are few and far between". Into the world of abstraction we wander, to try to grasp something solid and tangible such as a theorem, principle, or corollary. We look to logic to explain the answer, but somehow it never seems logical. We become perplexed not knowing how to solve a vast array of equations, being uncertain where the "y" goes, or what theorem or formula to employ. One's proud exclamation of MATHEMATICS SCIENCE "l've just trisected an anglelu, though, is only greeted by a teacherts look of disbelief and a sigh of dismay. In our world of unprecedented technological advancements, the necessity for extensive study in the field of science remains imperative. The courses offered not only appealed to those interested in pursuing these fields in depth, but also conferred practical knowledge. To grasp just the beginnings, the fundamentals in physical science, and to explain the mystery of life and the phenomenon of evolution were the goals of freshman and sophomore students. To comprehend the laws of motion, matter, and energy in chemistry and physics were what the upper classman strove to accomplish. . ,t Nmmwamw Is this the car with plalformate? Y Q , f Congrucnt triangles do no! seem to pose any problems for Eileen Carney. 'li Reluctantly made incisions expose an exciting new world. Drip, drip, drip of excess acid 29 "The unexamined life is not worth living." Words of noble truth, profound thought, and the philosophy of the social studies student. History courses delved into the past. Sociology, psychology, and economics studied the present. All of them looked to the future. SOCIAL STUDIES HUIVIANITIES One of the most beneficial results of the social sciences was a fusion of past and present. Social studies play such an integral part of our world that most students realized the need not only to be informed about current events, but to go into the past, into the mind of ancient man, and question the nature of evolutionary trends. The social sciences no longer asked just "when" and "where,', but "Why," ln psychology and sociology, one delved into the person. Man examined his desires, goals, thoughts, and psychological tendencies, and correlated them to his relationship to mankind and the abstract world. This year, Humanities made a further attempt to clarify manis position in society. This course gave an in-depth study of history and correlated it to the literary, musical, and artistic endeavors of western man. The girls composed a ballad, wrote a Dante paper, analyzed The Lion in Winter and filled in Renaissance "look', sheets. They also consumed a sumptuous Greek meal, viewed The Agony and the Ecstasy, illustrated the Aeneid, and put on a comedy by Moliere. Humanities perhaps more than any other course, made the student active in her own education. HEC C . ," exclaims F atlzer Frost ' v num -. In 1 I .. , L' . ' lm 'X' X42 ' bp . ,gi . a -. m.' t Q , A "Z1'.f.,' MI ' V1 ' .4 Av x w m ' A N 04 1 5 5 3 '1'AMf - , , ,N 'fx xx I W I 4 ,3 f ' " 1' C-.f' ,ff 1 , W, y.. . - ,A it X : 1 .. if g ,. 'G um.. vx,.Q vi 7 A, ,NIYI 44 'I wt" nxpa- 3 V X, ffl! M, 1. M' - U ' 9' N ,,.- , . ff, 'Wx' , If ,-,.,,,f-' ' N V..-4 . . 8,7 J VR, Q 1, 4, 4 R Q f , it Jqjfff V.-K x ' Qora,!,o-:git g mf Pa! Lacny cIurif?c'.v a point CUI1CCI'l1fIItQ the location of Ihc Holy Roman Empire. 5 PE N gmcnco e., MVP In AL lm,,,,,, , sUN-1IM5s 'LQ- gif A' - ,.,'., Q mf 7, m x ' K G 0 - The ancient st 'lc 0 Greek painling is depzcud IMES nuM M 09 ln Overtline T0 BALI.- "Vz'ry il1lC'l'l'.VIfIlj,', lm! wlm's Agnew?" 31 A f in a modern scene. -"EJ, X Connie Janowski adds carefully measured ingredients. W fgf fgf fgf WA' WU Dictation requires the speed and skill of Sally Covelli. This is Sin1plicity??? The intent of the business department was to provide one with the necessary knowledge and skill required of those who will be part of the stabilizing factor in our economy, the world of business. Skill in shorthand, typing, and accounting will not only prepare one for employment, but will also help one to merge into society through a responsible position. BUSINESS HOME ECONOMICS Transform the victim of uncertainty into one that displays confidence in the culinary arts. Transcend far beyond the stage of uneven hems, sore fingers, ill- fitting clothes, and missing patterns to proficiency in sewing. Become acquainted with knitting and embroidery. Prepare a meal and tempt empty- stomached students with chocolate chips. Plan an entire house down to the design on the silverware and the Van Gogh on the wall. Acquire the knowledge of efficient home management, for one day the small girl shall live the dreams of being a woman. is NH , A 'SV -H E d .Q I-R V l - is is an- M TK A good embouclxure helps Mary Lesch produce even tones. Precise lip formation yields well-balanced flute melodies for Peggy Ward. Haunting IHIICS float from Karen R0ckwood's bassoon. 34 Proper mnliipulation of bow and strings is essential in learning to play the base. 35 Do not leave uncultivated your sense of beauty, imagination, or taste for the exotic, unique, melodious qualities found in the genius of Bach, Beethoven, MUSIC Chopin, and Stravinsky. Learn the basic and advanced techniques governing the principles of harmony, rhythm, and tone quality, in order to satisfy your needs. Hear all that is beautiful, soul-searching, mind-possessing, in order for you to give evidence to man's dependence on that which makes him man-his need for the aesthetic. Exciting things happened and the most exciting was a new course, 3-D design and sculpture. In the midst of the fantastic jungle called '4Sr. Richard's Studio", twenty fortunate students created wire sculptures, cocks, mobiles, and life-size paper dolls of themselves. ART The gray king of the jungle, McCluhan, stalked the artists and pounced upon their creations. Sr. Richard's studio was not the only place where the action was. Sr. George Ellen's classes created free-form cardboard scultures. They then decorated these sculptures with eye- popping colored tape. Once again, her classes made beautiful Christmas cards. Sr. Mary Southard's classes also designed Christmas cards. In addition to this, they experimented with colors, squares, circles, and lines. They made prints, collages, and other creative things. These art classes called forth the student and challenged her. as Karen Runge adjusts her gaily colored planar forms Mary Hammer adds a Christmas cards. 5' F? Metal becomes art with gtftzd hands and a butane torch Speak-"for when you talk you cease to be at peace with your thoughts." Your mind questions and it is through verbal deliberation that you reach your own conclusions. Elaborate upon them and use the powers of persuasive speech to change not "the course of mighty rivers", but perhaps the thoughts and prejudices of others. DRAMA Use your body, facial expressions, hand gestures, eye movements, and stance to complement or add emphasis to what you say. With a paper bag over your head, explain how you'd feel after eating a lemon. Do tongue exercises before a mirror and discover your reflection. Gain confidence in writing and delivering speeches. Then accept the criticism of your audience. Learn to become another. Be subjective to find his true self. Feel how he feels, cry as he would cry, think his thoughts, move in his movements, and cry out the message of his anguished soul. Jill Trinka and Mary Ann Zoltan demonstrate a Hippie pastime An elderly Ian Ehli straighrens up long enough to hand conductor Mary Beth Potter lz ticket. Marianne Waites to be cooked, while Michele Stokes the fire. 39 el' J' ,F "All right, kiddies, this is Captain Bismo calling." Prompted by shouting teammates, Sue Berger races over the finish line. Important goals were achieved through the combined efforts of the gym, dance, and medical self-help classes. PHYSICAL EDUCATION The student was made aware that it was not only a matter of learning which is her left foot or what position she plays on a team, but also a matter of learning self-discipline, cooperating with others, and respecting them. She began to understand that a healthy body, which must continually grow, exercise, and become co-ordinated in order to be healthy, complements the responsive mind. A healthy body is an integral part of thinking man. LOJ5NL'-QN,Q,4Jt.o.,f.,'7fIiwLfc.fL,,,t,L,0,jfj JQL av and the people on the third floor said right out, if you ever need help don t hesitate to shout. DW-55 f 'fl D524 JM-al , A sl ffvr-R fbfflc -xu ,Qfo-77 -fWLL,j frvbofpa, JCQ4-1m I J I Q fffuC,aw..L Brix' Ok EM M6 Q .X 'QONT GET INVOLVED! f err ovuf, f1"'JfA young and pretty girl of 21, ZUMA f Z -'flflau-'went out.one day to.go to town, And the people on the second iloor said with a beam, if you ever get hurt don't hesitate to scream. And the people next door and across the street all said the same thing only more discreet. When she came home the moon was bright, the stars were twinkling and dark was the night. She went to her door and found her key, and a man jumped out very suddenly. The silver object in his hand pierced the night and she decided to see if what they said was right, so she screamed but her screams just echoed through the town, and her blood ran thick where she fell down . . . And the people on the third floor said right out . . . we resolve never to get involved, and the people on the second floor said with a beam we resolve never to get involved. And the people next door and across the street all said the same thing only more discreet. On the street she lay and on the street she died, and the people in the town all only cried and she'll lay there forever til someone resolves for once in their life to just get involved. Angela Perry if J, Y' 1 What we have here . . . is a lot of communication. For the number one aim of Student Council this year was communication through innovation. The year began with leadership training sessions, which were two informative sessions on leadership and communication for all would-be reps. STUDENT COUNCIL One of the main accomplishments of Student Council was a revamping of the disciplinary system to accentuate freedom, accomplished through personal responsibility. This system fostered personal integrity, an aspect not evident in the old system. The philosophy of modern man is social concern and Student Council, through Grape Week, expressed this concern. Students were informed of both sides of the grape strike issue by outside speakers. The students also donated money and clothes, and wrote to their Congressmen. Another example of awareness with the worldls situation was demonstrated by Campaign Week, which was held a week before elections. It consisted of a mock election, debates between representatives of the three presidential candidates, and a daily tally on five major political issues of the day. At midyear, Student Council evaluated itself, found out how it had failed and succeeded in the first semester, and used this information to function more chiciently and purposely in the second semester. Senior Reps: BOTTOM ROW: N. Murphy, C. Rauen, E. Hendricks, M. Tannehill, C. Jabon: TOP ROW: A. Houdek, D. Kaiser, B. O'Brien, M. Allen, H. Holecek, P. Serwat C19 Sophomore Reps: BOTTOM ROW: B. Bonn, S. Pazzali, S. Coffin, E. Carney: TOP ROW.' K. Martinek, L. Sullivan, K. Hinman, L. Stead, P. Belzrman, C. Vercillo Michelle Cison, Freshman Rep-at-Large Mary Clare Molidor, Secretary 44 Joan Levine, Sophomore Rep-at-Large Jeanne Schuler, Senior Rep-at-Large Mary Fielding, Parlinzentarialz Kathy DeVito, Treasurer Ellen Pollard, Vice-Presid ent Marg-ig Smifh, Patti Kohlmeyer, Junior Rep-at-Large President .M Y - ,K - .. .".,.x-' Junior Reps: BOTTOM ROW: S. Pedersen, K. Joy, A. Witlner, B. Jevitz, L. Commareg TOP ROW: C. Drozdowiez, E. Mann, I.. Ballen, S. Kelley, C. Hirsch, J. Robinson :ii .1 Freshman Reps: BOTTOM ROW: S. Casey, B. Dionesotes, M. Cison, S. Doonang ROW TWO.' A. Coffin, K. Smitas, C. Rojekg TOP ROW.' V. Lojkovic, L. Chadwick 45 J' Y.C.S. is Christian social change and formation. It is based on a group of eight to ten people, who, through concerted effort, learn to live and love each other. Christian formation determines the course their social action will take. The essence of group action is that the individual must determine her role. CHRISTIAN ACTION Thus, by joining with others, the student proclaims her individuality. She displays her concern for human dignity. The medium of Christian action diifers, but the message can never change-LOVE. This year, Christian Life Community, formerly called Sodality, started a new trend. They met with a group of boys from a St. Ignatius club whose goals are to deal with race relations. With them, C.L.C. experienced a real sense of community through group discussions, projects, and a retreat. Throughout the year, the group helped at a La Grange convalescent home and at a community shop, which is a second hand store for less fortunate people. They not only gained for themselves a sense of Christianity, but witnessed this realization to the world. Human Relations "gets students thinking out rather than in." Their projects were determined by need. One such effort was "Project.People," through which local children were tutored. The children experienced not only cultural and educational enrichment, but also friendship. Human Relations als.o got to know Spanish-Americans and tried to foster an interest in these people in their own area. Furthermore, they made a constant effort to keep students interested in politics and social problems. ,...., jp .. aswell? .L .. W. . .. . K yy. 5, . V ir 3, ' is X .. J With the help of Pat Schmiege, a boy reads a difficult passage ,-.'1.. 3 , D C.L.C. officers: J. Ouper, SECFCIIZVX-TI'6l1SIlI'8l',' J. Stanek, Presidentg D. Kaiser, Vice- Presidelifg P. Smith, Delegate. y-Cys. Umcers: 1. He1f,.fC1,, p,-esfdem: ji A game of Scrabble builds word power and provides relaxation Vittallo, Vice-Prf'side11t,' C . Dixon, Secretary,' S. Slcchla, Treasurer. 47 A mid-morning phone call brings a quick response from Linda Mackey. Language Lab Assistants: BOTTOM ROW: S. Solawetz, M. Corrigan, M. Pinda, P. Kolzlmeyer, R. Borow, C. Luzzief ROW TWO: J. Grimmer, J. Gebraski, K. Hinman, S. Saunders, G. Rotlzwelly ROW THREE: M. Lang, T. Pankey, J. Wagner, K. Jaap, K. Grimmerg TOP ROW.' L. Salika, L. Magda, M. Schafer, M. Tonissen, D. Greene 48 "Sign on the dotted line Shelving books is a daily task of librarian Marge Rohmann. 1 Splicing tapes and braving the tangling of countless others are taken in stride by Mary Ellen McDonald. 49 "Sign your whole name and not just initials . . ." This was undoubtedly said by someone who shelves books, helps adult librarians, stamps out books, sends out overdue slips, and files cards. She accepted the responsibility to serve. ". . . and don't forget your homeroom number." SERVICE CLUBS They put out mail, delivered packages, answered phones, and distributed bulletins and notices. They gave of their time to serve well, and as Mrs. Flynn said, 6'I'd be lost without them? They kept everything running smoothly, tapes going, earphones and mikes replaced, and equipment in check. They worked to avoid mass confusion, knowing they were appreciated. Appointments were scheduled, college night organized, test results recorded and filed by someone giving of her time and effort. German Club omcers: C. Luzzie, Vice-Presidentg R. Borow, Presidentg L. Dziak, ma... .L f Seeretaryj L. Ziegweid, Treasurer. l Y' , - r t 4 Spanish Club off?cers: J. M iddendorf, Secretaryg D. Nichols, Presidentg T. Jastremski, T,.easm.e,.,. 1' Mattel, Vice-President' Ransom, Tribuneq E. Kramer, Scribeq J. Scheer, Tribuneg TOP ROW: G. Gerhard, Co-Consulg M. Kadlec, Co-Consul. French Club ofhcers: From left to right: R. Chrislofano, Newspaper Editorg M Chisholm, Seeretaryg C. Ford, T reasurerg C. Kudulis, Vice-Presia'ent,' M. Gryz President 50 Latin Club oficers: BOTTOM ROW: I. 'Dann Kinder sehr euclz satt, was er fuer Sclzaelze liar . . ." Nazareth students increased their knowledge and appreciation of the customs, culture, and people of Spanish- speaking countries through Spanish Club. They celebrated Las Posadas, a Mexican Christmas, and April 23, the day of the Spanish language. Spanish Club members also listened to various speakers and movies, and sold carnations to earn a few pesos. LANGUAGE CLUBS Recognizing that the flavor of a culture is just as important as its language, German Club participated in a wide variety of projects. Its members went Christmas shopping in Germantown, attended theatre parties, and enjoyed both a Christmas and a Mardi Gras party. To better appreciate the language, German Club held a skit competition, debated with Fenwick, and joined a German league formed with neighboring schools. Thus, German Club supplemented knowledge of language mechanics with a feeling for the people who speak it. "Latin is a dead language." These words were often chanted by harassed Latin students. However, Latin Club was a faithful advocate of reincarnation. They sought, through activities such as Latin Appreciation Day, to make the language of the Romans, vibrant, exciting, and alive. French Club members cultivated an interest in the people, art, language, food, and history of France and French- speaking countries. It sponsored such events as a weiner roast, play, puppet show, and "Les Feux d,ArtiIice." French students saw "Paris Rive Gauchei' at Mundelein College and listened to Anne De Visscher from Belgium speak at their meetings. In general, they ate French cuisine, read French thoughts, and viewed their artistic genius. "Froehliche Weihnachtf' A brisk walk to a snow-covered chapel, Midnight mass, and the exchange of conversation and laughter afterwards begin the Christmas celebration. It is the time for marzipan, family gatherings, special foods, and das Christkind. A tree, parents carving gifts for their children, Lebkuecken, Pfeifernuesse, and handmade gifts reveal the flavour and spirit of "Weihnacht in Deutschland." INTERNATIONAL WEEK "Felix Natalis Dies Christi." Saturnalia is a pagan feast celebrated with sacrificed pigs, an exchange of gifts, slaves who became a "master for a day," and seven days of song, dance, and wine. "Joyeux Noel." The Legend of Saint Nicholas comes alive with fruit and nuts, tinsel and stars, colored eggs hanging from trees, Yule logs, and religious stories, for "Il est ne le divine enfantf' "Las Posadas" celebrate the novenna of the Baby Jesus. The feast is held from December 16 to December 24 in a different home each night. A procession, a pifiata party, gifts, songs, and food delight all and suggest the spirit of the Spanish people. isiiyfqs F-21 frigid.: 1 . 2421 ,.te' 1 A ...Q FJ 1-un-H I P-1.24341 vt iw ,. . .-.1 ff ,Qi n' Clzestnuls roasting on an open fire. 'fx Nm Q 1 il . 333' -5215 g lv .C X K- ' 2 152-35 ff A X 5. ,. , , ,x. ,Ss NN . - .A xy X356 f ' -' . .5 Liz " . Q X -1' 1 -xM.'.ff5f x R ' .- x 'N v,fx..Qf,!E -'f , WM .v f x 'yaf5wQ,W:,x.f Wg-f v f Wm , X ww ,uf " - 1 'M f' A ...Qwf 3 ,wry , Aww ,,,,,,1 ,Kwai :mfzmk . A fs 'jd' f , fx? mm Sf? W1 New X i X s ' L 2 Q 5 5 a 1 Rx X333 effigy " f" w HS 'Urn NIL' Q, 9 'F 1 Nichols, E. Quinn, M. Barnickel, K. Farr, ROW THREE: J. Seyk, C. Schroeder, L. Batten, B. Kokaisl, L. Salikag TOP ROW: S.Petriek,D.Harvey, M.K0llmeyer, M. Austrevich, S. Grogan, C. Callahan, B.Dadich.Notpictured: F. Gerke,M.Kareckas, D.Parkins0n, A. Rogan, N. Zuncic Percussion: From top to b0t!0mf M- fflcklifl, C- Sophtanes: BOTTOM ROW: 1. Trinka, C. Welch, G. Barrett, M. Knox, ROW TWO: S. Rojek, M. Basha. Pazzali, P. Maney, P. Faust, K. Batten: TOP ROW: J. Crilly, N. Dearinger, A. Perry, M. Long, M. Hammer. Not picturezl: M. Gallagher Repertoire: BOTTOM ROW: 1. Payne, D. Manika, D. Haas, L. Batten, N. Pietrus, I. Wochoski, Sr. Ethna Marie, ROW TWO: L. Sullivan, K. Batten, C. Kudulis, D. Kaiser, M. McDonald, J. WlII1llI1C,' TOP ROW: M. Malloy, K. Arens, P. Tyrrcl, A. Curley, K. Crean, C. Yarmoski. Not pictured: M. Genis, M. Pospisil 54 Choral Club: BOTTOM ROW: D. Fishback, J. larmul, M. Fenclj ROW TWO: l.Robins0n, D. A... L. Strings: BOTTOM ROW: C. Barnas, S. Dufour, K. Zagorski, L. Molidor, L. Sullivan, M. Vlaclz, K. Rubeck: TOP ROW: A. Grayliack, N. Koutek, R. Paez, B. Grayhack, C. Brown, M. Roman, C. DiPirro, R. Poprawski, C. Mlot Strings: BOTTOM ROW: C. Huth, D. Dries, S. Harrigan, L. Chadwick, M. Casaletto: TOP ROW: M. Ward, K. Martin, M. Henz, I. LeBeau, 1. Ring, M. Malloy, K. Gates . V ng .... f . -was - 1 l m fab . Q 'f - -A 1 j . 2- .. -" -.:1:?:i:l:l'1:-"' X -' - ' - '- . Q, v V if J L I C. .3 .N - 3 kk JJ Woodwinds: BOTTOM ROW: B. Flowers, J. Rachick, M. Ward, L. Thorson, TOP ROW: M. Kiley, K. LaBan, K. Quatrine, K. Hinman, C. Brown, K. Rockwood Brass: BOTTOM ROW: C. Mares, K. Thorson, P. Edmunds: TOP ROW: M. Lesch, D. Mueller, N. Mance, D. Ardizzone 55 Orchestra lived by breathing from the diaphragm, practicing volume, balance, intonations, and articulations. They rejoiced in harmony. Learning to play together was an exercise in self-control. Orchestra was a combination of various talents and maturities. It was an experiment of theatre-in-the-round, combos, string ensembles, and freshman quintets. Bazaarnival, like Orchestra, was a potpourri of efforts and characters. The result was equally delightful. MUSIC CLUBS Repertoire, in a victory over tense nerves and frozen fingers, performed in front of audiences. They created not only sound, but also an appreciation for the genius of man. To combine voice with mind and create something beautiful and unique was the object of Choral Club. Its members transformed themselves into native girls in South Pacific, Christmas carolers, and Olde English folk singers. They practiced the Halleluia Chorus for the Illinois State Contest, watching rhythm, volume, tone, crescendo, and decrescendo. A spring concert with St. Ignatius warranted additional work, but the reward was evident, even as the final vibration extinguished itself. The Sophtones learned the techniques of harmony, volume, rhythm, and balance. By applying this knowledge in "South Pacific", they felt the satisfaction that comes from hard work and practice. Drama Club ojfcers: BOTTOM ROW.' L. Rolmrv, President,' D. Crilly, Vice-President,- TOP ROW: J. Pubantz, Secretaryg M. Shannon, Treasurerg M. F inilzo, Point Chairman. A tw? V rx' Billis and the boys find that "tl1ere's nothing like a dame." N "We've got some dope on your Frcnchnzanf' 56 "Hallo, G.I.."' N. W3 A responsive mind meets the challenge of "to be or not to be' with a burst of thought, emotion, and imagination, and by "being', another, not just "playing', him. DRAMA CLUB SOUTH PACIFIC The Drama Club member was given a chance to do all this through 'fSouth Pacific", Studio B, theatre parties, "Star!", the Illinois Speech Contest, and "The House of Bernarda Alba? From comedy readings, after-dinner speaking, original creations, extemperaneous monologues, and the children's play, came a recognition of man's power to create and his ability to perform. "All props set?" 'fLight people, stand by!" "All shrunken heads accounted for?" "Sailors, your cue!', "The house all assembled? . . . NO! Just one more little push!" "Quiet off stagell' The overture begins and signals the long-awaited for opening. Fear, anticipation, excitement, and a multitude of other emotions are felt. Mistakes can't be made. The fruit of weeks of hard work will manifest itself on this night. The voices of the Sophtones fade away and the first act begins. Time passes so quickly and Act II is ahnost finished. Soon the house will be empty and Bali Hai will become Nazareth's auditorium once more. Talk about a girl, talk about a boy . . "I was much younger then I X , X I r sf hu' 'Ma1'y, I Cflllyf . . . marry . . . Lint." fu. QW' '1- w F 31 M-sa 5 J I went and waslzvd that man right out of my hair." "We have nothin' to put on a clean, white shirt for." 59 W Hands intent on winning stretch for a basketball. The basketball and volleyball teams aiforded an opportunity to get involved more deeply than on an intramural level and to appreciate the abilities and spirit SPCRTS of man. Through perseverance, one achieved the feeling of accomplishment and proficiency. Something of real value was brought out in healthy competition as girls participated in games with rival schools. All teams matured with the knowledge of games well played. Tl'IlXfUl1 IIIUIHIIS as Rila Lallrcfnce fries for the Every second counts as opponcnrs make a mud rush for the ball winning basket. 62 Clzeerleaders: BOTTOM ROW: C. Palumbo, C. Vercillo, M. Masong ROW TWO.' C. Mares, M. Ringj TOP ROW: B. Cernak, G. Nan, P. Cindric. ir K A v . 9 Fr.-Soplz. Basketball Team: BOTTOM ROW: P. Black, J. Zientek, J. Zientek, M. Hanley, E. Emmenegger, B. Baan: ROW TWO: K. Nowak, C. Hnllz, M. Borrelli, P. Schmiege, T. BIaha,' TOP ROW: S. Smith, B. Joyce, P. Bona, M. Hennebry, M. Syms, J. Davis. K x Jr.-Sr. Basketball Team: BOTTOM ROW: S. Jeske, L. Ferrara, T. Rooney: TOP ROW.' J. Lebert, J. Sweeney, S. Carraizer, C. Brennan, R. Laurence, B. Brick. "We're NUMBER ONE!" 63 f 'fl sw .Ji JA. GAA experienced the fun and spirit of youth through the promotion of physical well-being, integrity, and sportsmanship. Girls participated on the school's basketball and volleyball teams, in intramural games, a toboggan party, the student-faculty volleyball game, an outing to Cub's Park, and the annual GAA picnic. From these recreational SPORTS activities came an awareness of their importance for the total person. Pep Club was an attempt to perpetuate the spirit of Nazareth. It satisiied the human need of communicating pride. Pep Club supported the team and testified to the health atmosphere of sports. Most of all, it brought about school spirit and unity. With vocal and visual exuberance, the cheerleaders lifted team spirit and led them on to victory. They encouraged the team and, through precision, became a team themselves. 1 fx If 'V X Q-4-'N iv X . , g . - ww , XXJJL. 'N - .NX X M 'ff' NX Lfzr A gh... Bn-...C XX is.. hp. X51 L ln.. ' Sr. Srudcnf Le11dc'rs: BOTTOM ROW: C. Surln, Al. Kuisvr, J. Boyd, C. Kux, S. Corelli, D Kurcz, C. Woznialf, K. Ca.s'pw', D. Lmlinc: TOP ROW.' B. Brivk, M. Damm, D. Jznzs, S Sleclzta, P. Slllilfl, N. Znpf, B. Wilhelm, Dziuk, Al. Pinzln. Nui pic'I11r4'd.' C. Cvrnvy '. O 43 Q ,,x .5 5 'S Rn A .l C V f fi? lr. Studenf Lefzelem' BOTTOM ROW: L. Conznlzzrv, J. Lcflmrl, C. Malrmv, N. Kamp, R. L11m'c'l1C0, J. Klcfpilsclz, A. Rogan, D. Slmwrun, M. Cisong TOP ROW.' S. Iiw'yc'r', B. Sclzullz C. GflIIIl1L'SClIf, M. Scarzum, S. Kelley, M. M1'i.s'mfr, N. Fcwlvy, M. Molidor, J. Payne, M Smlzlkv, J. Gebraski. I , z ' i 2 1' X ' .. ,. 'ff f -.A fm.. GAA nfIicw'.v.' R. L!I1lI'L'IICC', Vicc'-Pl'c'sic1c'r1I,' C. Riding Club ofIicrL'r.s'.' J. L4'y.s'c'1', I'1'z'sizIw1I,' K. Gulvx, Vice-1'rc'sidc'l1If B. Gutzcit, Cwl'l'Hl',V, S!'l'l'!'I!Il'.V,' L. F l'I'I'III'O, Tr011surc'r,' B. Brick, Presizlwzr. SUcrc't11ry,' S. Cogin, TI'l'llSIll'l'I'. 64 Hooves fly as Karen Gales guides Quicky ovcfr ll jump. With the willingness of one eager to teach a skill already mastered, student leaders assisted at gym classes. They ofliciated at games and shared their knowledge, as only one striving to learn leadership can. Riding Club offered to the adventurous a chance to develop skill and grace. "The hunt', ended in a discovery of a unique combination of SPORTS both reason and instinct. To feel the rhythmic movement and the beauty of the animal beneath you is to become more human. A Halloween party, a spring picnic, and a gala horse show were all permeatedtwith this spirit . . . one reminiscent of the 4'Tally Ho!" Nb, FTA Ojfcers: A. Gurka, Vice-Prcsia'c'n!,' M. LaMarcl1e, President,' S. Rgggmury lmlnripm and Diana HUIIH, SC'Cl'C'1l1l'yi B- Dfldidl, Tl'C'l1Sllf0I'- Parkinxwz zlenzmzslrarc cnlcvgqcncy first-aid at ll Red Cross Meeting. .W wib i - W .Af - -.... Real Crass Ofjicers:J. Meyer, Prcsidenlg L. C0nzn1c'rci11I Club Offcers: V. Castle, Vice'-I'rv.vizlenI,' M. Husfielzl, Prc'si1lent,' Ballon, Vice-Prcfsident. Not picmrcfd, K. M. Delmonacu, Secreluryg M. Nvtolicky, Treasurer. Pm'z'lc'l1ik, Secretary-Treasurcr. 66 UMW!! ff R011 Cross member, Valerie Cruswell. Incklcs hw' slmrc' of the work in one of many projects. 67 vwl The key to the future lies in the education of our youth. The Future Teachers of America, through teacher's aid, tutoring, and student teaching programs, inspired prospective teachers to become a greater part of this future. Red Cross found time to care, and, by doing so, brought happiness to others. They iilled Christmas stockings for children, gave a party at a convalescent home, distributed baskets of food for needy families at Thanksgiving, and F T A RED CROSS COMMERCIAL CLUB made a trip to Great Lakes in the spring. Through talks and demonstrations, they gained an understanding of first aid. The Commercial Club fostered an interest in the business world and a better understanding of it. Business experts spoke to juniors and seniors, in order for them to gain the necessary knowledge to prepare themselves for the business world. Science students practiced the fundamentals they learned in the various science courses in the Future Scientists of America. The three separate sections of chemistry, biology, and physical science met monthly to plan the agenda. lt included things as a trip to Argonne National Laboratory and the Museum of F S A MATH CLUB CAM ERA CLU B Science and Industry, a science fair, skits, and a plan to build a weather station at Nazareth with a homemade barometer and weather vane. The Math Club's bimonthly meetings, which provided knowledge of general mathematics and computer processing, were set up for interested sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The annual Math Contest for eighth graders gave the members a chance to use their knowledge of math by writing the tests. For the first time, they sponsored a computer dance with nearby boys' schools to promote learning with fun. From the dark room emerged someone who learned the fine points of photography. She obtained this knowledge through weekly work sessions, picture-taking field trips, developing and printing her own film, and entering contests. She also learned that upractice makes perfect." l get ..,, rg. . W -. .. - gs: . JN ' A ieT2ii1S at -.sts.f li s . -4 Plzoiof Chris Brown 'The Creator has nmda the world . . . come and see it." 3 v S gs 4 ix - .z 4 Math Club officers: B. Jevitz, Presiderxtg L. Davis, Vice-President, R. Laurence, Secretary, L. Mackey, Treasurer. Camera Club officers: BOTTOM ROW.' C. Brown, President, K. Condon, Vice- Presia'enI,' TOP ROW.' K. Grimmer, Secretary, P. McCarty, Treasurer. X . FSA omcers: M. Henz, Presidenlg G. Gerhard, Vice-Presiclentg M. Rohnzann, Secretary- T reasurer. 69 .1153 17? , 'f'2'K w qfzflf k3M'Zv "f, .'A:,5"k"?' itil "'-C ' "'wfh'Z' Q L . r 'ff 'Mfg 3 , 5 .5 4 "bfi ' fm' A f ,, -34 'Y' ' ' X 2 ' - 4. V ' X r ' , V 0 . . b ,g -L - .l . ' A - x.,,- gl: V A ,fn f 1 - M I P . 1 . ' O ' -I x-'N "1 . " , 'X . 'w . L' it 'if ri .1 Av.,-Z bfi. Nl: 1 u 1 -apr ,fx , And now . . . 50HIPIl1fI14f,' for a sweet loolllf X . ' lj' ,L5.s,ZSlce.Me9.5L ss ,leave-L JCGLMQWQHN SNL-A ffJ1,uUt,'fa.,d 'f,7t!Q.,s.f2U,4.,L,6-6 LXA ZW fdA.o-Al.. My Qwbbf Mx Mif1m .nd 1 , N- ,i'l5L'i,Q'i5e,LlillfQi 4,013 'fu CLK Ui-6-4-fvlfam I 6 g FQ we 7' M '7UuA,Q, xo Q4 jx Etlvtvvs G my 43 mit Knwlf ,fiqlitnnn Zfeeuv' it W neu uffwt P? Jgmfjlftf 4 ui-ffuA.L jjewff We we S t Wilt lirics ' Gfveoa-6Eg4eQ,U 7gg,,.,.,,Q if -- L!J"D-4 0""'Pl4ef'ga6ety ' if cap red nd Old rf the h e sc ooaeaif. For A WWDA N e E se M celebrated in King Arthur's urt. Sophomores gazed "From Under the Sweetheart Tree" into a shimmering world of silver, pink, red, and white streamers. Strains of music mingled with laughter at the Freshman dance, "I Remember When . . ft. Juniors and Seniors retain lasting memories of their W proms held in the spring. 5 all yi The Grand Old Par 's L. sfefbv-Lk CA6Q,1L,g J C,6L1.,e6,U-ffzi ,Ama-Q , CLQQZJVQ ly ,presiding pyfcial fvitcs Ellen Quinn and her date to fidbq, c'c..A.,? ,LJ Wwe leeen, f4Jt4,UDe2Lpf,fff7ngVfT?teT.f?3gf'?ItV?e ,Uday g,u-a-fv.J2.fwf. 1,4.,.L,1 -f-'X7vvS- zUu.,Q...fg. " ' v SfI'C'lllHl'l'S, dim ligllrs, and "The Live Rain" .wt the mood f0l'f1lIllCfl1j.,'. Im frusllaled, inhibited, and nollozly Illldtfbllllldb lm. dfi-'W 4. 1,0 ,ffjf-X-f 547 , SL f vo-rf-2-1-f W J ' ,Q . 'Q YANXF-gas-1 ,V , ,pb F ' ggif 5 520' J J'0'6"L'2'Q :,-0 G J-24 ,faxing , Y Sr11ilil1g,'fu4-55rvflaq-fllappy lI10IllC'l1fSf1f1lIC ---"' 1 .-Silk-Oxfg, fa W-BNN' fa Qglu-VOSML. 611'-s-,M if ,img QA1.AA,Q,JCybf6KLa9Cfvg,?3,4,6, WMU 71 x ' Qi! My 40 ,Q gf ,M A P2 ww ,gig W, Wy' ,,,,,5p,At The ANNOUNCERKS' feature editor, Anne Lynch, scans the latest issue of the paper. A LLZL 'W J. rw: ..-M' '.' as mi if 'qu AINI' 5 W L,f"t.ifg 'bf V' " 'QL Ph 1 X 4. - f . ik Margaret Walsh ana' Donna Davy stnzly ideas for a good school newspaper. Cathy Mlot and Sue Zika examine the final copy before its release to the press 72 Wu 'Q 1 ug." r -,L X., "1 1 , I i Mary Kollmcyvr counts ANNOUNCERS Io be distributed to Immerooms. "Keeping Nazareth in the newsi' was the accomplishment of the Nazareth Information Service, formerly known as Press Bureau. There was a mood of change accompanied by brainstorming sessions. Stories, based on an awareness of the changing spirit of the Nazareth students, were carried to the outside world. It informed the people in the area of our events, services, and abilities. The ANNOUNCER did more than just list club meetings and school events. It reported pertinent events and existing social problems. Monthly polls were N I S ANNCUNCER taken on subjects relevant to the students, such as the question of the draft and the revision of the religion grading and detention systems. Students were given the chance to voice their opinions through 'Nazareth Talks Back." Throughout the year, ANNOUNCER gave the students the freedom and the power to do something constructive. Lznda Batten Ann Hullilzan, Copy Mary I0 Meisner, Cover Design Marge Rolznzann . fmmggf . '--- 3 1. I Janice Vercillo, Editor-in-C11 ief Chris Luzzie Ann Engelkcnzeir, Layout Editor 3 D Roseanne Krinski, Business Manager Dotty Wurst Ann Nelis, Cover Design 74 "Y ' f-1 . M Karen Grimmer ' N , Adrian Golom, Copy Linda Davis Sue Jeske Barb H udek Janet Ouper - isp Sue Saunders Betty Ude Can we have ice cream tonight? . . . Are we staying for supper? Not those rubber pizzas again!?! . . . Does everyone have something to do? You can caption this picture. Just think, after this one, there are only ten that still need captions! . . . Can I be music caption editor? . . . Ann, what do you think? . . . No, I don't ALEXINE want to hear a pun! . . . THINK! . . . 7:30 -where's the food? . . . Does anyone have a bottle opener? Drawer handles are good bottle openers?? . . . Letis get back to work! . . . Man of La Mancha, Hair, Peter, Paul, and Mary-which record do you want to hear? . . . Who wants to type? Use the yellow sheets for captions, the white for copy . . . Index all these names . . . How many pictures still have to be cropped? . . . When is our next deadline? We haven't even made this one, and you're asking about the next?? . . . 10:00 o'clock already! . . . Weire staying for supper again tomorrow! . . . Can we have ice cream? Special thanks to: Louise, Mary Clarice, Bernie, Carolyn, Mary Cay Sr. Julie Cannon, C.S.!., advisor Mrs. L. Reynolds, business advisor Mr. G. Holub, plzotograplxer THE HEIRS You are young and full of fun playing ball with the parents you loveg but Death has come to knock on the door of your future. It has seized the centers of your life and throttled your childhood annihilating it in one brief moment. The "babe in arms" must awaken and take a place among other heirs, to a fumbling world. Hurried more than others, you have been abandoned in your task and must do it on your own. It is a big world for one so small and a big job for inexperienced handsg but the world is a good teacher and one grows fast when alone. Marge Rohmann 5 . Sr. Ethel was responsive to our needs, feelings, and demands, by realizing that we are people worth listening to. She did not force, but guided with compassion. She confronted us as individuals, dreaming our dreams, laughing with us, and living the reality of now. FACU LTY ADMINISTRATION Sr. Beth, concerned with our deeds and education, helped and guided us in our endeavors. She listened to our hopes and aspirations, and appreciated the wisdom of youth. Throughout all of her dealings, her sense of humor was evident. Sr. Janet willingly listened and understood. There was the realization that behind our records, files, and detentions was a person wanting to be heard. Fr. Loran, willing to discuss openly the problems of youth, guided us spiritually in a human way. He gave his whole person to our demands and asked only that we never cease to think, to learn, to love, and to be human. 4 Q Sr. Eflzel Vaca, Principal Sr. Beth SIOHGI, Assistant Principal SV- ff1'19fB0l89f', A-5'-Yi-5'fl1f1fPffllCf17L1i Rev. Loran Fuchs, 0.F.M., Chaplain 78 Sr. M. flllfllllll, BIlXil1l'SS Dvpartnlvnl Clmirrnun Mrs. Burns, Library Clerk Sr. Judillz Scheer, Larzgzmge, Religion Mrs. Ionian, El1tQli.YlI, Guizluncz' ,MQ Sr. Lucia Maria, English Department M,-, Igvinglli, Music Chairman Si MUIIL Lolusz, Guidance Mrs. Tcare, Social Studies Miss Aiuppa, 80 English Sr. Joan Marie, Math Daparfmwzt Chairman sg A . U 52 Qfiswmg .is ,-1 E 1 ,S 5? W. Sr. Mary Kay Kickels, Drama Department Chairman N ssss s -L,- L 5 . I U' Sr. Mary Davis, Bookstore Sr. Silt' llllllvff. Sf'fl'IIf'l' Miss Fvzlcrowicz, Drama 'uw A Sr. Mary Sozillmrzl, Art, Religion gf: xv! I 1 Mrs. Rc'ynoIa'.v, Pllyszcul Ezluculion Dvpurlmeul Clzairnmn u' " 5. 1,-.Q 1 AI .r""f' f-J, ,ffk J ,wfuu-ww-pwi A, , ' ,, f Mrx. Wolf, English Sr. Louise lambs, Sorial Strldivx Dvpzzrtmvnl S,-. jvmlm, MC1,,.L.,,, Religion Mm 1g,.0,,.,,' Rl,jftuf,,,, C'lmirnmn 8 I .H -I I 1 f M- f ,fr My V ,ff-fu, My X KU 11 W WW J ' Q V ,, WWWW Miss Veceliiollo, Business Mr. Collins, Religion Mrs. Foster, Library Clerk Sr. M. Elizabeth, Home Economics . . Wt ,-.sl Y 4' v . ...A , Miss O'Hara, Social Studies, Guidance Sr. M. Antoineite, Nurse Sr. Kathleen Lucas, Home Economics Sr. Jeanne Heidemann, Religion Deparlment Chairman Sr. Riearzlo, Music S2 4 . 5. X- . - 'ii . 'R 3 5 A: . 5, iw -.. Ak X A ug," fig 4 v , jf " .xg 5655 ' . 'Q - 1 Xwiixp if-. :yi-.v A 5 J ff Q -4 . . A -uf-5:1 i ' il if K. ' r- Mrs. Hluflmcr, Drama Sr. M. Norine, Guidance Department Clzairnzan Sr. M. Richard, Art Sr. Mary Fran Brongc, Religion Dcpartnzcnl Sr. M. Wilma, Sr. M. Marllia, Religion Chairman, Physical Education Science Deparllnenf Clzairman i . ,J ,. Mrs, Niglyringglg-, 15511001 Clerk Mrs. Climc, Business Mrs. Donaldson, English 83 f fini' Sr. M. Clare, English A rt Sr. Karen Tanner, Sr. M. Evangelism, Science Music Deprirtment Clzairman Sr. M. George Ellen, Department Clmirnmn Mrs. Selmrres, Plzysicul Education 4' . xhdn E T H Maw . N.. lx ff? 1 5 ,, . Mrs. Spooner, English Sr. Ann Therese Puelzalslci, Sr, Mmliqym, Engliglg Social Studies 84 N44 ...Q x. :MQ "v..'- gk ,,.f x 6 4-,,,. H y,, A . . K am x . , 5. ' ia f- v .f J'-' ai. 1 A ,,g?'42ggi-twig, s G. tx RFP , 'X rol Crepeau, ,,., L si :ff A, L. I Q .vw 1 J, X 1:4 45 A 'k x 'N r? 3 f - ' E.'f"M11 ,,, N g. x .1 A Mrs. Driscoll, Language Mrs. Greanias, Language Sr. Iudillz Flinn, Math Sr. Aquinata, Science Sr. Miriam Rose, Music exexeaf I I I f s iig'Z Sr. Julie Cannon, Science, Religion un-1..,,'. L. Mrs. Sclzrack, Business Mi-VS 30014013 LIIHHIUIQU Miss Gairlzik, Language Mrs. Nada, Language in L 86 TMS lf "lfL,lw ' if 0 Sr. Judith Ann, Religion Mrs. Flynn, Sclzool Clerk ...ui Sr. M. Edwara'etta, Bookkeeper Mrs. O'Rourke, Social Studies, Guidance Clzairman Sr. Angela Stonicli, Home Economics Sr. M. Carl, Music Mrs. Lam, Library Clerk 87 if I , . , Hg T' ' .NVQ U s. f,.g 1' ' Miss Asa, Language Sr. M. Oliver, Modern Language Department 3 I Xb. 14 '33, Joan Allen Denise Ardizzone Maureen Bacchi Susan Barnes Mary Lee Basha Mary Ellen Bauer Barbara Belaski Julie Bergl Patricia Berry Jeanine Biocic Patricia Black Deborah Blake FRESH MEN Stacey Blancher Barbara Boan Gloria Bolino Barbara Brown Beth Brown Marianne Buenger Susan Campbell Julie Carey Ellen Carlson Sheila Casey Janet Cellilti Leslie Chadwick Jeanne Christian Cynthia Churchill Mary Lee C ichy Michele Cison Adrienne Coffin Ann Collins ? J x ' Q im-is 1114 Qi . .. v Y' 4 ' -QQ v-.AQ From top to bottom.' M. 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Q A ll xx W? fr It X ix ' '-1 X Q is. wa X Jean Stanton Lorna Stead Laura Steinle Paula Stepanek Sue Stepek Nancy Stoga Marilyn Storcel Linda Sullivan Susan Swanson M ana S ynzs Carol Teerlinck Marybetlt Tolomeo Pamela Tourville Cecilia Trampota Mary Travin Jill Trinka Peggy Tyrrel Donna Uclierek Patricia Vavra Carol Vercillo Valerie Vink SOPHO MORES Mary Warachowski Mary Ward Joanne Weber Carolyn Welclz Claudia Wendt Mary Pat Wilhelm Yvonne Wolfe Cathy Yarmoski Debra Yurjevicli Mary Zanoni Eileen Zapf Lenore Ziemann Mary Ann Zoltan Laura Zubaty Barbara Zwolinski Debbie Adams Julie Allen Jeanette Ashley Mary Augustyn Katherine Avery Karen Baker Diane Bakovielt Christine Balicki Carol Barnas Mary Kay Barnickel Elizabeth Basta Linda Batten JUNIOFZS Laura Belmonte Heidi Benziger Mary Berger Joan Berry Janice Bialek Carol Biernzann Terrie Borrelli Pamela Brabec Patricia Brady Carol Bramstedt Susan Breausclze Tricia Bremer Barbara Brichta Louise Brousek Kathleen Brown Bette Brussel Jeanine Budach rgina Buttacavoli if I I Bottom Row: M. GriU7n, C. Ford, K. Rushford, M. Flynn: Second Row.' 1. Wilkosz, A. Scapillato, J. Mulvihillg Top Row: P. Rogan, M. Scarano, M. Casaletto, B. FitzMaurice. Not Pictured: E. Kielpinski .'yi L 5 X' r is 5 2 - r '1 fi' N 'F rg was, 'Y 4 S, , W - . if--K ni f X gt T .. iswb' . , ,Q V 1. z ' A.. N, ' Y v 'Y' ' : mv 'nf , QW! 1 B Ax-I ff? 4 I w -.. Mk, J. 51 - Q li Q f- Q 1 i 1 ,x -3" A - FI , , . 1' , bi J".f 8,1 x I .5 1, KV -9 -I .. ui? .pw i Q - fwfr- ' 55 a a .. 1, 8 From bottom: M. Cison, Presidentg R. Clzaplick, Vice-President: P. Murphy, Secretaryg N. Feeney, Treasurer A 1 5 .aa ' as 8 wr-X, - E if x . ..- 'Y' 1 ' Ax.. . ,,v. ,. t v-4 -aa 105 Christine Callahan Mary Ann Callazzo Jane Campbell Marianne Carey Michele Casaletto Pamela C ascio Maureen Casey Virginia Castle Bridget Cernak Frances Chadwick Roxe Lynn Chaplick Marcine Cherncy Mary Cay Clzisholm Dorothy Cililar Pamela Cinflric Marie Cison Debbie Cole Linda Commare Jenny Condon Kathy Condon Valerie Croswell Bernadette Cyboran Barbara Dtuliclz Noreen Derrico Kathleen DeVito Marie Derilt Linda Dionesotes Celeste DiPirro Margaret Dow Corrine Drozdowicz Regina DryZ Susan Dufour Susan Duke Margaret Dulik Kathy Duquette Janice Ehli Kristine Ellis Joan Emrich Ann Engelkemeir Kathleen Farr Noreen F eeney Maribeth F encl Leda F erraro Debbie F erriola Maria Finitzo Donna F islzback Barbara F itzMaurice Barbara Flowers Mary .lane Flynn Catherine Ford Yvonne Gagnon Cheryl Gaidzik Karen Gates Nancy Gatto Joanne Gebraski Geraldine Gerhard Francine Gerke Cynthia Gianneschi Dianne Gibson Karin Gieseman Francine Gits Patricia Goergen Deborah Gontarz Denise Gontarz Diana Gorski Lois Gracz Beth Grayhack Deborah Greene Mary Agnes Grijfn Karen Grimmer Alice Gurka 'B . ha ,Q -QQ 1.2 J 4M x 'Q F :F V :YS 9 Y , ga FSH WI A..l Q, 1 ,R - Y I 5. i . 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M C 'K ,L :K , M R V L 'TN ' 0- cvs , N ,C v if J I , Y J " ,f' g 'fl - . 1 3 Ellen Malalzy Carolyn Malone Clariee lvlalone Mary Marnolella Bernadelte Mance Diane Manika Beisy Marquardt Mary Martin Marilyn Martini Judith Martino Mary Anne Mason Susan Massarello Angela Massaro Elise Maun Bonnie Mayer Catherine McDevitt Not pictured: Ann McGIone Lynn Mclntyre Mary Meadows Mary Jo Meisner Chris Menza Joyce Meyer Karen Meyers Mary Lou Meyers Joan Middendorf Cynllzia Miller Mary Pat Mirus Slzaron Misek Clzrisline Mlot Melissa MoUelt Mary Clare Molidor Susan Moll Sllaron Moore Mary Rose Morello Laura M osquera lan Mattel Karen Moulik Patricia Moulis Mary lo Moylan Susan Mullen June Mulvihill Mary Jean Muraski Cathleen Murphy Karen Murphy Pamela Murphy Patricia Muth Diane M yk Gwen Nau Ann Nelis Darcy Nichols Jacklyn Nosek Patricia N oska Amy N ovelli Margaret O'Brien Maureen 0'Brien Maureen O'ConneIl Ellen 0'Connor Maureen Orth Therese Pankey Dale Parisi Diana Parkinson Kathleen Pavelchik Janice Payne Mary Christine Peceny Suzanne Pedersen Dianna Pein Patricia Perticara Susan Petricig Sue Ellen Petrick Catherine Phillips Lorraine Podborny Marie Pospisil Mary Beth Potter Mary Pozen Laura Prost Susan Pulte f? 5 'E P t' ' v 'Fw' 'i I 3 L t I X I r . s ax .ls .. . ive I vw- 5 . f I x " 1 1 ala it Hg. ., i Q- ,I P-4 ,si 2 ,, 1. 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Kimberly Qualrinc Ellen Quinn Margaret Quinn Janice Raclek Cynrlzia Radous Pamela Razniewski Cyntlzia Rector Joann Reese Jacqueline Reinlzolz Linda Rice Joan Ridgway Jeanne Robinson Patricia Rogan Laverne Rojek Dianne Rooney Karen Rulneek Kallileen Ruffulo Karen Runge Kiln Rusliford Clirivline Ryliak JUNIGFZS Bonnie Saecaro Lucille Salika Adeline Scapillaro Mary Lou Searano Mary Schafer Catherine Selzroecler Cllristine Seliuetz Barbara Sl'lllIl!Z Irene Senefliak Nor pictured: Christine Serra Linrla Serwai Juzlillz Seyk Aflary Ellen Sliannon Patricia Shaughnessy Dorothy Skowron Ju1liSI0wik Marcia Smitlz Lori Sobotka Karen Sostek Sylvia Soukup Marilyn Spaniak Anna Maria Sperando Patricia Srain Mary Susan Stahlke Cynthia Steele Mary Steier Dorothy Sullivan Evelyn Sustr Jean Sweeney Donna Ann Taconi Margaret Tadic JUNIORS Marie Tadic lattice Terselich Margaret Thomas Susan Thoms Louise Thorson Louise T rumpis Janet Tyson Lynda Uhlhorn Pamela Urbanek Shirley Vacik Carol Vagosky Marguerite Vandenlzroucke .. 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X 'JV ' it Mary Varz Buskirk Roberta Varys Jaan Verdico Susan Vicik Jane Wagner Margaret Walsh Marla Walters Maureen Ward Nancy Wareham Kathleen Weber Kathleen Wenslag' Josette Wilkosz Pamela Wing Andrea Witlner Joanne Witzkowskz Geraldine Wojtas Ruth Wolski Barbara Yench Kathryn Zagorski Constance Zdon Sheila Zeien Lucy Ziegweid Susan Zika Nancy Zuncic Mary A nn Allen Mary Margaret Kadlec Chris Luzzie, Secretary Janet Ouper Dolores Rizzi, President Mary Ann Tenfelde .A wr S ZA f. ,in fi- ERQP .ivx .t Q V , ,Q ' ' "2 M 2 Rita Borow Jean Chadwick Roxanne C hristofano A wx P 'Sigel fe ll -wk' TQ Marianne Grogan Hillary Holecek Ann Hullihan Madelaine Kaiser Patricia Kohlmeyer Roseanne Krinski, T reasu Linda Mackey Marguerite McDermed Nancy Murphy Mary Beth Pinda Ellen Pollard Judith Pubantz Margaret Rohmann Susan Saunders -l0YCe Sflmek f, Valerie Witzkowski, Dotly Wurst Vice-President Janice Vercillo Not pictured: Mary Ellen McDonald, Jeanne Schuler, Margaret Zeglin. Junior NHS: BOTTOM ROW: B. Graylzack, A. Engelkemeir, M. Molidor, C. Giannesclti, B. Jevitz, P. Nosku, S. Halmg TOP ROW: M. Meisner, A. Gurka, B. FitzMaurice, R. Cliuplick, B. Dudicli, S. Hoar, P. Kosin, C. Callahan. Junior NHS.' BOTTOM ROW: D. Parisi, J. Lurito, E. Kielpinski, L. Ziegweid, A. Wittner, R. Laurence: TOP ROW: L. Podborny, C. Kowalczyk, K. Gieseman, D. Nichols, A. Nm-elli, G. Gerluzrrl, T. Justrennvki, S. Jeske. Not pictured: L. Dionesotes, M. Heminger, D. Parkinson, S. Zeien. Sophomore NHS: BOTTOM ROW: K. Arens, P. Krejci, C. Klein, S. Slzean, S. Smitlz, M. MCDUfJlll'li, P. Bona, L. Sullivan: SECOND ROW.' J. Micluzliska, C. Vercillo, C. Janda, C. Kretcli, J. LeMic'u.x', L. LaMantia, J. Hendricks, D. Bauer, M. Corrigan: TOP ROW.' C. Bennett, D. Donlon, D. Colgan, P. Money, S. Cunningliant, C. Riedl, M. Kalinu, C. Yarnzoski. 115 National Honor Society, whose sophomore and junior candidates and senior members are the school's most active leaders, amazingly had the time NHS and energy to join as a group for enjoyment and service activities. NHS members added to this year's campaign spirit by decorating the caf for election week. During the intermission of South Pacific, the girls sold refreshments in the auditorium lobby. The members' interest in world affairs was evident in their generous contribution to starving Biafrans. A bike trip in the spring highlighted the year's activities. SENIORS Pat Alagna Mary Ann Allen Mary Andres W., gf-A H 'er'- Mary Ann Andrys Mary Ellen Antczak Mary Austrevich Nancy Baer Barbara Bajkowski Sandy Balcer K S SL . 11 f X 5 M B N 3 me as Sally Baloun Mariclare Barrett Barbara Bart 116 Marianne Basta Linda Baslyr Mary Grace Benes TW?-Ve Befgen Christine Bidus Phyllis Biehl Arlene Bwwf Rim Bvrow 'Ol Donna Borzillo Nancy Bavdik Janine Boyd Joanne Boyle Christine Bracco Carol Bradley Martha Brady Mlldwlml Breck 1 17 x . Colleen Breen Cathy Brennan Cecelia Brown Christine Brown Linda Byrnes Kathleen Caliendo Christine Capfini Sally Carraher 1 18 Barbara Brick Lynn Bruzga Mary Lyn Capobianco Karen Casper Bernadette Brogan Alice Buck is 2- Pamela Capone . 'Q Q Carol Cerney Jean Chadwick lane Concannon 'Q' Kristine Corbeil 19977 Sharon Czosek Roxanne Clzristofano Suzanne C inikas Sw Mary Sue Conley Carol Conlin Sally Ann Covelli Diane Danek i' Donna Crilly Ann D'Angelo l 19 Sally Clune 5 1 MX 'Q 2. 11:12, Laura C onnert y Patricia Crowley I , is c O Marianne Danno I Linda Davis Donna Davy Maria De la Paz Marie Del Monaco Patricia DeRose Sharon DiFrancesca Claudia Dixon I Rosemary Dlugokienski Mary Dohe Joyce Dooley Karen Duffy Kathleen Duke Jill Dullere Martha Duncan Susan Duquette 120 1--1 Elizabeth Dziak Sue Engel Margaret Flynn Barbara Garneau Virginia Eberlzart 1'-'Z'-r Mary Fielding Bea F ojtl A , 8, be 1 W Kathleen Gartner Marianne Edmunds Susan Frydrych Anna Marie Geinosky 121 Ember Nancy Flood i' 0""" mx Eileen Galvin Mary Glickley Adrian Golom ,5 . ai fill Dianne Gregory V y Kim Mary Gryz ,,-Er. Mary Ann Hafkey Ruthmarie Gonwa Nancy Gradishar Linda Greco A ' Jeanne Grimmer Marianne Grogan Susan Grogan Margaret Gubbins Jo Ann Guglielmo Patricia Hackett at .I-,XM Elyse Hanahan Ellen Hanley Patricia Hannon 122 Q Andrea Hart Jane Hasler Jule Hasler Maria Haupt 'Q Victoria Heirens Judith Helfrich Elaine Hendricks Margaret Herron 'ff z if .P+ Madelaine Herstcl Laurene Heybach Margaret Hilan Pamela Hitzke Xa l.-- t . X , X is X KX "R X We i t Q 'X a Mary Hochwalt Hillary Holgc-ek Marilyn Horn A1111 Marie Houdek 123 SENIORS r 4, Barbara Hudek Ann Hullihan Margaret Husfield Julie Hyde Carol Jabon Michelle Jacklin Karen Jagnow Constance Janowski Diane Jans l e Mary Ellen Jarmul Christine Jarosik julie jgbin 124 1 Linda Kohn Mary Kollmeyer Roseanne Krinski Nancy Krzyzowski Cecelia Kulousek Diane Kurcz Mary LHMUfChe Judith Lambert 126 Marilyn Kozlowski Nancy Krejci Clare Kudulis Diana Kulis .- - L Cl1riSfitl6 KIIS Patricia Lacny fe, 5 :iz - Barbara Landberg Linda Lanzarotta fx L Christine Larson Laima Lasinskas MUD' ANN LU-5'PfSl1 Jeanne LeBel1u X Janet Lee Roberta LeMieux Barbara Lenar Susan Lewis lo Ellen Leyser fq"'i'f' ,- u if it Rosalind Lopez Kathleen Luckey at Donna Lodine N 2 Christine Luzzie 127 A rlene Lencioni Z.- Carol Lopatowski Anne Lynch Linda Mackey Gloria Malinowski 'w 3 Cynthia Martinek Mary I0 Maslak Mary Ellen McDonald Patricia McFadden Rosemary McKillip Mary I0 Miyagi 128 Barbara Mall Sharon M azzullo Gayle McGehee Catherine Mlot Betty Manfredi Marguerite McDermed Marilyn McKeon Patricia Moore iz ,K H I K K itll Nancy Murphy Marie Netolicky Betty 0'Brien Gloria O'Connell Kathleen O'Hara Mary Ellen 0'Neil Kathleen Onik Gloria Orehek Janet Ouper Kathleen Pacejka Nancy Para Shirley Paris Kathi Parker Janine Pavich Mary Jo Pavletic Christine Peternel 129 Patricia Pielsticker Mary Beth Pinda Carole Post Celeste Poterek Antoinette Raggio Catherine Rauen . Q. N . . X . w v x I 1 '.',q.,'fC -.L Q- ,, w, Dolores Rizzi Lisa Robare 130 in. Gloria Pirok Ellen Pollard Eloise Prokop Judith Pubantz Mary Reed Julie Ring Margaret Rohmann Therese Rooney , ., 5 .ff 1 , -f I 'S . I ka 1 N1 Joanne Ropiak Carmen Sarlo Graceann Sarlo Marilyn Sarlo 3 Y' -E NJ Cllrisrine Sauer Sue Saunders ludith Scanlon 101111116 SCIIIIICI' Lynn Schumlitz Arlcen Sierocinski 411' Patricia Serwat Donna Severino Margaret Shanley N .4!"'n Joanne Sima Linda Simatovich Carolyn Sjareen 131 Margaret Slama Sandra Slechta Io Slowik Patricia Smith Susan Smith Joyce Stanek Michelle Stokes Linda Svitak Janet Swin Jacalyn Swistowicz Maureen Tannehill Rita Taylor 1 Mary AmzfTenfeIde Peggy Thesing Carrie Trinka Gail Tmc-han 132 Wmmg Q Elizabeth Ude Ruth Wachowicz X K X lnlie Walsh luanne Wilhelm Janice Vercillg Joan Vittallo Elizabeth Vlcek 5 Rf'3l'm Wade Pllf Wagllel' Marianne Waites Claudia Weathered Shelley Widmar Barbara Wilhelm '-J, ,,.,pf Valerie Witzkowski Mary Wonderlick Carol Wozniak 133 SENIDRS Dorothy Wurst Bonnie Yakowicz Nannette Zak Q i t A S11-MH Zllndfews Elizabeth Zanoni Nancy Zapf Margaret Zeglin Mary Ziemfvlfl Donna Ziobro o A Not pictured Rasa Varanka Donna Ziolkowski Lois Zubaty Barbara Zink 134 T v--1 Edillz EIl1II1t'I1L'tUtLft'l 135 -125 ....,, . .,, Fantasy And I like those fish took challenge to the waters and submitted my body to the fluid of the earth. 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' -. - 15,5 1 a',!',f"- "fi-.l'v4'.'?rQ:l"""" "i.'-"ful" l ' 'FEL ' I ' -2-f 52Q-X-'h'llw'3.---',:-- -Ijg ' It ' ,FPL Q 'Jil Q V-'-in Of' .-fl' 6 . 5' 'E-'Fi'f I -. :f 'Q gifi-:fail fr J -- Dreams are too simple, jr" .5i2SM r" 'J I' 3 ' - But nightmares might stop all the workings. I -3 if - . -1 1. If, . . 4 I:, .I I Volcanoes erupt and blacken all the windows " ' f.. +.- , .1-.-.2 , . L- . 1-5 . rs 94 of the mind-1 ' ' ', i 'I' -. .5 .q. 'jfifal 'If1:f'. if-.I-1" ' 2 I . ,. II, . .I . I-.., X3 .-H I- I CR... . Egtlp, . I- , .I One must accept winter I 1. 1's'.g',fj j'-.-.wfQ,.eI .. gfilj :"" it - For with it comes spring ' L" , .ILIl.'.' . ' 1'-' M :',, 3 3 . 'I . L f- , jp.: 15' ' Ter , . gi Ig-J' YT ' - vu .- 'g That pushes gopher holes of happiness . .. I --- .I-. - I .p.a .' - -. - --.pI ..1-.-jg'-u , , :I I 4.15 I . 6 b 1" . ttf:-J I-fi-5.5-1 And lightening bolts of power. ,F I . 2 .IA VL .Imfyg-I3YII..:II-Iv. I ow ong can you cra c .. 'gf I ' 3. , .. Y, .. - "1jE,,I Ectasy in your arms? ., U, ir- . II 1:5 5. li ' . 3 ,1-a:' . .' -1' - --f - - T ze c-' 1' - ':..- ,- I ' I '5 .91 :- 1' X '.z.', , "2 V Q.-f ' ,'Q'I ' .': I, I- '25, ifflf-Q': 'ii-'EZ-'-l '. ,. f K ' 2 Q I '- li.. -:FLIP r. "" - .' '? H' 5:13 9? gfi'-7 - -- .ff-ef-1.-. - - . '.f'--w- 2' ' A 1':-"W3!"'.Z.'4:'i'1-fl.-Q--.iv ' 4 J' A --g '- I jwy-. D. Air," -5 .- .. .f flu -, W , nz. .I A, .Je ,amz -.f U vi ' VI'-t: ." T ' . , '.' "' . -1' ' T K "x7Ta':'f4'. .'.x-- '.. - 4 "" ' - ""m'Jll:: "LV-'-"' ' xi' ' , . p w Mary Ellen Shannon Confinement I, like a cat padding around its cage try to stretch the inches of my world into feet, the feet into miles, the miles into forever . . . Cathie Mlot X N , ..-rss' 4, ax 1 Laura Steinle leaves run hey, man!! across the fields yeah, i mean you! like stampeding buffalo like now, right now, . . they sit kick up your heels, between blades of grass laugh, like rabbits yell, who hope the hounds will pass by shout ,... Cathie Mlot respond to the glow- deep-down-inside that pushes it's way up ,... fighting for air, and feeling it's way, until it can stand up on it's own two feet and say ,... "hey, it's great to be alive!" Roxanne Christofano 138 . xv dbx ff fl Af Q 3 XC? Z y e 2 arg 5"wJ N ,4 1 XM Q 1 nf K. U-I gdi.l5'ij Q L! U , ,HF x , WQU XXQZQ f ' 'fu-JQWQQJ Xxx: A X .hx g I I Lynn Mclntvr i' I, 7 -.- - ....---arf- ' ' '- l Q ' ..'. Q ' "7 ..- - ' - '11 -vu " ' - . il ---Q. . ,,, ,,,,,,,,. J. 7' .Q v"" - '. 0 ' . .. 0 n ' - ...-... -v --51 gl: 4 - - '. - J .. D-, . 42? -q-- ""'- . .. S l You know, it's funny, fl mean funny peculiar, not funny ha-haj how He seemed to think of just about everything ,... He made the earth 'cause it was nice and solid and He made something called gravity so people would stay put, and anyway, He figured it was as nice a place as any to start out with, the earth, that is ,... And He made the grass, and trees, and leaves green, instead of red, or purple, or fuschia, which would have been an awful strain on the eyes ,... And He made teeny little plants for the little fish to eat, and bigger fish to eat the little fish ,... and He made fishermen to eat the bigger fish ,... And He made the dirt so the worms could have something to hide in ,... away from the hands of inexperienced fishermens' sons ,... And He made the sun stay up longer in the summer so people could eat watermelon and so that they could have a chance to get the sweet-perfumed wetness all over their faces ,... And He made the night so a boy and a girl could walkxhand-in-hand, sharing the night-sounds and the whispering sparkles of the stars ,... And He made laughter for those times when you climb a tree or try on your mother's pointy heels and dress ,... and He made tears for when you fall from the tree or when you tear your mother's good dress and she comes in and asks you just what were you doing in her closet anyway? And He made death because He figured people needed a good rest from getting- up-early's and from going-to-bed-late's and from partying's and businessing's and rushing's and loving's and hurrying's and from joking's and crying's and being- aIone's and being-together's and from just peopling ,... And the grass still grows and the fishermen still fish ,... and people still pick flowers to put in their vases for Sunday dinners ,... 'cause that's what He made them for, anyway. Roxanne Christofano Cox gi, 4' X se f X 5 l Ummm ls hul a , N, 5 XX 'Q-f H x I L 140 Pat F eary Administration 78 Alagna, Patricia 116 Alexine 74, 75 Adam, Debbie 104 Allen, Joan 88 Allen, Julie 104 Allen, Mary Ann 44, 114, 116 Amidei, Jane 96 , Andres, Mary 116 Andrys, Mary A. 116 Announcer 72, 73 Antczak, Mary Ellen 4, 116 Antoinette, Sr. Mary 82 Aquinata, Sr. Mary 86 Ardizzone, Denise 55, 88 Arens, Katie 51, 54, 96 Art 36, 37 Asa, Miss 87 Ashley, Jeannette 104 Augustyn, Mary Ellen 104 Aiuppa, Miss 80 Austrevich, Mary 54, 116 Avery, Kathleen 104 Bacchi, Maureen 88 Baer, Nancy 116 Bajkowski, Barbara 116 Baker, Karen 104 Bakovich, Diane 104 Bakovich, Lynn 96 Balcer, Sandra 6, 116 Baley, Sandra 96, 97 Balicki, Christine 104 Ballard, Janet 96 Baloun, Nancy 96 Baloun, Sally 116 Baranowski, Kathleen 96 Barnas, Carol 18, 55, 104 Barnes, Susan 88 Bargickel, Mary 8, 54, 58, 1 4 Barrett, Geralyn 54, 96 Barrett, Mariclare 4, 116 Bart, Barbara 116 Bart, Patricia 96 Barta, Janet 96 Basha, Mary Lee 54, 88 Basketball Team 63 Basta, Elizabeth 104 Basta, Marianne 37, 117 Bastyr, Linda 117 Batten, Karen 54, 96 Batten, Linda 45, 54, 66, 74, 4 Bauer, Daria Ann Bauer, Mary Ellen Behrman, Patricia 44, 96 Becker, Miss 86 Belaski, Barbara 88 Belmonte, Laura 104 Benes, Mary Grace 117 Bennett, Carol 96 Benziger, Heidi 104 Bergen, Therese 117 Berger, Mary Sue 41, 64, 104 Bergl, Julie 88 Berry, Joan 104 Berry, Patricia 88 Bialek, Janice 104 Bidus, Christine 117 Biehl, Phyllis 117 Biermann, Carol 104 Biocic, Jeanine 88 Black, Patricia 63, 88 Blaha, Terry 63, 96, 100 Blake, Deborah 88 Blancher, Stacey 88 Boan, Barbara 88 Boan, Becky 44, 63, 96 96 88 INDEX Bochucinski, Theresa 96 Boike, Bonnie 96 Bolger, Sr. Janet 78 Bolino, Gloria 88 Bona, Patti 63596, 100 Bonar, Arlene 117 Borrelli, Mary Jean 63, 96 Borrelli, Terrie 104 Borow, Rita 48, 50, 53, 114, 117 Borzillo, Donna 117 Bovdik, Nancy 117 Boyd, Janine 26, 64, 117 Boyle, Joanne 117 Brabec, Pamela 104 Bracco, Chirstine 117 Bradley, Carol 117 Brady, Martha 117 Brady, Patricia 104 Bramstedt, Carol 104 Breausche, Susan 104 Breck, Madonna 117 Breen, Colleen 118 Bremer, Tricia 104 Brendal, Lorraine 96 Brennan, Cathy 18, 63, 118 Brichta, Barbara 104 Brick, Barbara 63, 64, 118 Broda, Susan 96 Broderick, Kathleen 96 Brogan, Bemadette 17, 118 Bronge, Sr. Mary Fran 18, 83 Brousek, Louise 11, 104, 107 Castle, Mary 97 Castle, Virginia 71, 105 Cecilia, Sr. Mary 79 Cellitti, Janet 88 Cernak, Bridget 62, 105 Cerney, Carol 64, 118 Chadwick, Frances 105 Chadwick, Jean 114, 118 Chadwick, Leslie 45, 55, 88 Chaplick, Rose 5, 105, 115 Chefalo, Catherine 97 Cherney, Marcine 105 Chisholm, Mary Cay 50, 105 Choral Club 54, 55 Chott, Patricia 97 Christian, Jeanne 88 Davis, Jean 63, 97 Davis, Linda 69, 75, 120 Davis, Mary Alice 97 Davis, Sr. Mary 80 Davey, Donna 72, 120 Dearinger, Nancy 54, 97 DeBenedictis, Debra 89 Dedo, Alice 89 Delaney, Eileen 89 Christofano, Roxanne 50, 1 14, 1 19 Churchill, Cynthia 88 Cichy, Mary Lee 88 Cihlar, Dorothy 23, 105 Cindric, Pamela 62, 105 Cinikas, Suzanne 119 Cison, Marie 5, 64, 105 Cison, Michele 44, 45, 88 Clare, Sr. Mary 84 Clark, Rosemary 97 CLC 46 Clime, Mrs. 83 Clune, Sally 31, 119 Coffin, Adrienne 45, 88 Coffin, Susan 44, 64, 97 Brown, Mrs. 81 Brown, Barbara 88 Brown, Beth 88 Brown, Cecelia 55, 69, 118 Brown, Christine 55, 118 Brown, Kathleen 48, 104 Brussel, Bette 104 Bruzga, Lynn 118 Buck, Alice 40, 118 Budach, Jeanine 104 Budach, Valerie 96 Buenger, Marianne 88 Buess, Jean 96 Burns, Mrs. 79 Business 30, 31 Buttacauoli, Georgina 104 Byrnes, Linda 118 Calderone, Darlene 96 Caliendo, Kathy 118 Caliendo, Marilyn 96 Callaglan, Christine 54, 105, 11 Callazzo, Mary Ann 105 Camera Club 68, 69 Campbell, Susan 88 Campbell, Jane 105 Cannon, Sr. Julie 86 Capobianco, Jeanette 96 Capobianco, Mary Lynn 118 Capone, Pamela 118 Caprini, Christine 118 Carey, Julie 88 Carey, Marianne 105 Carl, Sr. Mary 87' Carlson, Ellen 88 Carmody, Mary 96 Carney, Eileen 29, 44, 96 Carraher, Sally 63, 118 Casggetto, Michele 55, 104, 1 Cascio, Pamela 105 Casassa, Patricia 97 Casey, Maureen 105 Casey, Sheila 45, 88 Casper, Karen 64, 118 Colgan, Dorothy 97 Cole, Debbie 105 Collins, Ann 88 Collins, Mr. 82 Commare, Linda 45, 64, 105 Commercial and Commercial Clubs 66, 67 Concannon, Jane 119 Condon, Jenny 105 Condon, Kathy 69, 105 Conley, Mary Susan 119 Conlin, Carol 119 Conlin, Kathleen 97 Connerty, Laura 119 Conway, Coleen 97 Cooke, Mary Leah 97 Corbeil, Kristine 119 Cordova, Mary Ellen 89 Corrigan, Maureen 89 Corrigan, Mary 48, 97 Courtney, Mary 97 Covelli, Sally 32, 64, 119 Crean, Kathleen 54, 97 Crepeau, Sister Carol 85 Crilly, Donna 56, 119 Crilly, Judith 54, 97 Croswell, Valerie 67, 105 Crowley, Mary Clare 89 Crowley, Patricia 119 Cruciotti, Linda 89 Culotta, Debera 97 Cunningham, Susan 97 Curley, Anne 54, 97 Cuttill, Barbara 89 Cyboran, Bernadette 105 Czajka, Deborah 97 Czekala, Linda 89 Czosek, Sharon 119 Dadich, Barbara 54, 66, 105, 115 Dahm, Mary Kay 6, 97 Damkoehler, Janet 89 Danek, Diane 119 D'Angelo, Ann 119 Danno, Marianne 64, 119 Danta, Christine 120 De la Paz, Maria 120 Dellaria, Karen 89 Del Monaco, Marie 66, 120 DeRose, Patricia 120 Derrico, Michele 89 Derrico, Noreen 105 De Santi, Francine 97 De Stefano, Kathleen 97 Devaney, Judith 97 De Visscher, Anne 27 DeVito, Kathleen 45, 105 Devitt, Marie 105 DiFrancesca, Sharon 120 Di Giovanni, Jody Ann 97 Dionesotes, Linda 105 Dionesotes, Marcia 96, 97 Dionesotes, Rebecca 45, 89 DiPirro, Celeste 23, 55, 105 Dixon, Claudia 47, 120 Dlugokienski, Rosemary 120 Dohe, Mary 7, 120 Donahue, Mary Beth 97 Donald, Sr. Mary 79 Donaldson, Mrs. 83 Donlon, Dorothy 96, 98 Dooley, Joyce 120 Doonan, Sheila 45, 89 Doppelfeld, Mrs. 85 Dow, Margaret 105 Drama 38, 39 Drama Club 54, 55 Dreiling, Susan 98 Drennan, Patricia 89 Dressel, Laurie 98 Driscoll, Mrs. 86 Drogos, Linda 98 Drozdowicz, Corrine 45, 105 Dryz, Donna 89 Dryz, Regina 105 Duda, Deborah 98 Duda, Mary Ann 89 Dudek, Corrine 98 Duffy, Karen 120 Dufour, Susan 55, 105 Duke, Kathleen 120 Duke, Susan 106 Dulik, Margaret 106 Dullere, Jill 120 Duncan, Martha 120 Dunne, Laureen 2, 98 Duquette, Kathleen 106 Duquette, Susan 120 Dziak, Elizabeth 50, 64, 121 Eberhart, Virginia 121 Echevarria, Louisa 98 Edmunds, Marianne 121 Edmunds, Patrice 11, 47, 55, 98 Edwardetta, Sr. Mary 87 Egan, Mary 89 Egenberger, Margaret 89 Ehli, Janice 39, 56, 106, 109 Elizabeth, Sr. Mary 82 Ellis, Kristine 106 Ellison, Elizabeth 98 Ember, Marlene 121 Emmenegger, Edith 63, 89 Emrich, Joan 106 Engel, Susan 121 Kalino Engelkemeir, Ann 74, 106, 115 English 24, 25 Erickson, Lynn 89 Ernst, Judith 98 Erpenbach, Sheila 98 Essig, Jane 89 Ethna Marie, Sr. 79 Eurek, Barbara 89 Evangelista, Sr. Mary 84 Farino, Rose 98 Farr, Kathleen 54, 106 Faust, Penny 54, 98 Feary, Patricia 89 Federowicz, Miss 81 Feeney, Noreen 5, 64, 105, 106 Felton, Jacqueline 98 Fencl, Maribeth 54, 106 Ferraro, Leda 63, 64, 106 Ferriola, Deborah 106 Fielding, Anne 90 Fielding, Mary 45, 114, 121 Fijal, Carol 121 Filpi, Barbara 90 Finitzo, Maria 56, 106 Finn, Geraldine 90 Firestone, Patricia 98 Fishback, Donna 54, 106 Fisher, Mary 26, 98 FitzMaurice, Barbara 104, 106, 115 Fliegel, Miss Adrianne 85 Flood, Kathy 90 Flood, Nancy 121 Flowers, Barbara 55, 106 Flynn, Flynn, Flynn, Flynn, Flynn, Katherine 98 Margaret 121 Mary Jane 104, 106 Maureen 89, 90 Mrs. 87 Fojtl, Beatrice 121 Fojtl, Emily 90 Fojtl, Mary 98 Foran, Mary 98 Ford, Brenda 98 Ford, Dorothy 47, 98 Ford, Catherine 50, 104, 106 Foster, Elizabeth 98 Foster, Joanne 90 Foster, Mrs. 82 Fox, Lori 90 Frank, Janet 90 Freehill, Patricia 98 French Club 51 Frett, Barbara 98 Friguletto, Teresa 90 Frydrych, Susan 121 FSA 66, 67 FTA 64, 65 Fuchs, Reverend Loran, OFM 78 GAA 64, 65 Gagnon, Yvonne 106 Gaidzik, Cheryl 86, 106 Gaidzik, Miss Susan 86 Gallagher, Mary 54, 98 Gallardo, Cynthia 90 Galvin, Eileen 121 Garneau, Barb 121 Gartner, Kathleen 53, 121 Gates, Karen 55, 64, 65, 106 Gatto, Nancy 106 Gawron, Mary Ann 90 Gelagaski, Jo Anne 48, 64, 6 Geinosky, Anna Marie 121 George Ellen, Sr. Mary 84 Genis, Marybeth 54, 90 Gerhard, Geraldine 23, 50, 69, 106, 115 Gerke, Francine 54, 106 German Club 50, 51 Gianneschi, Cynthia 64, 106, 115 Gibson, Dianne 106, 111 Gieseman, Karin 106, 115 Gilleran, Victoria 98 Gits, Francine 106 Gits, Laura 90 Gleitsman, Margaret 98 Glickley, Mary 121 Goergen, Patricia 106 Golom, Adrian 75, 122 Gontarz, Deborah 106 Gontarz, Denise 106 Gonwa, Ruth Marie 122 Gonzalez, Georgina 90 Goodwin, Mary 90 Gorecki, Janice 90 Gorgan, Deborah 98 Gorman, Debra 90 Gorniak, Laurinda 90 Gorski, Diana 106 Gracz, Lois 106 Gradishar, Nancy 122 Grand, Maureen 90 Grayhack, Anne 55, 98 Grayback, Beth 55, 106, 115 Greanias, Mrs. 86 Greco, Linda 122 Greenan, Sally 90 Greene, Deborah 48, 106 Gregory, Dianne 122 Gregory, Paula 90 Griffin, Mary Agnes 104, 106 Griffin, Claudia 90 Griiin, Mary Jo 98 Grimmer, Jeanne 48, 122 Grimmer, Karen 48, 69, 75, 106 Grogan, Marianne 114, 122 Grogan, Susan 54, 122 Gryz, Mary 50, 122 Gubbins, Margaret 122 Gubbins, Nora 98 Guglielmo, Jo Ann 122 Guidance 48, 49 Gurka, Alice 66, 106, 115 Gustafson, Susan 90 Gutzeit, Barbara 64, 98 Guzskie, Karen 99 Haas, Deborah 54, 107 Hackett, Patricia 122 Halfner, Sandra 107 Hafkey, Bernadette 107 Hafkey, Mary Ann 122 Hale, Deborah 90 Halm, Sally 66, 107, 115 Hammer, Margaret 99 Hammer, Mary 37, 54, 90 Hanahan, Elyse 122 Hanley, Elizabeth 99 Hanley, Ellen 122 Hanley, Mary 63, 90 Hanna, Mary 99 Hannon, Maureen 97, 99 Hannon, Patricia 14, 122 Hanson, Gloria 99 Harbacek, Margaret 99 Harrigan, Susan 55, 107 Harris, Susan 107 Hart, Andrea 18, 123 Hart, Kathleen 90 Hartigan, Rosemary 90 Harvey, Denise 54, 107 Hasler, Jane 123 Hasler, Julie 123 Haupt, Maria 123 Hayes, Catherine 99 Heaton, Catherine 90 Heidemann, Sr. Jeanne 82 Heiman, Martha 97, 99 Heirens, Victoria 107, 123 Helfrich, Judy 47, 123 Heminger, Mary 107 Hendricks, Elaine 44, 123 Hendricks, Jeanne 99 Hennebry, Margaret 63, 99 Henz, Melissa 31, 53, 55, 69, 107 Herstel, Madeline 123 Hernandez, Martha 97, 99 Herron, Margaret 123 Herstel, Madelaine 123 Heybach, Debra 90 Heybach, Laurene 123 Higgins, Nancy 99 Hilan, Bonnie 99 Hilan, Margaret 123 Hinman, Karen 44, 48, 55, 99 Hirsch, Claudia 45, 107 Hitzke, Pamela 123 Hoar, Barbara 90 Hoar, Shirley 107, 115 Hoch, Kathleen 107 Hochwalt, Mary 123 Hoedebeck, Linda 99 Holecek, Hillary 44, 114, 123 Home Economics 32, 33 Horn, Marilyn 123 Houdek, Ann Marie 44, 123 Hudek, Barbara 75, 124 Huebner, Mrs. 83 Hughes, Bridget 107 Hughes, Pat 107 Hullihan, Ann 74, 114, 124 Husch, Margaret 99 Husek, Kathleen 90 Husfield, Margaret 66 Hutchison, Ann 99 Huth, Chris 55, 63, 99 Hyde, Julie 124 Iovinelli, Mr. 80 Imhoff, Sr. Sue 81 Inchingolo, Gerrilynn 91 Indovina, Rosemary 99 Italia, Barbara 99 Ivanovas, Jeanette 107 Iverson, Janice 107 Jaap, Katherine 48, 107 Jabon, Carol 44, 124 Jacklin, Michelle 54, 124 Jacobs, Sr. Louise 81 Jacobsen, Jeanne 91 J agnow, Karen 124 Jamieson, Adele 91 Janca, Mary 91 Janda, Caroline 99 Janda, Marian 107, 109 J anecko, Cynthia 91 J anowski, Connie 32, 124 Jans, Diane 64, 124 Jarmul, Jeanne 54, 107 Jarmul, Mary Ellen 124 Jarosik, Christine 124 Jarr, Jacqueline 91, 92 J asin, Nancy 91 Jastremski, Therese 50, 107, 115 Jenkner, Deborah 91 Jeske, Susan 63, 75, 107, 115 Jevitz, Beth 45, 69, 107, 115 Jobin, Julie 124 Jones, Judith 91 Jones, Mary Beth 107 Joy, Kathryn 45, 107 Joy, Mary 99 Joyce, Barbara 63, 99 Joyce, Janis 91 J ukich, Debra 91 Jukich, Susan 125 Joan Marie, Sr. 80 Jordan, Mrs. 79 Judith Ann, Sr. 87 Juliana, Sr. Mary 79 Kaberna, Alice 107 Kaczmarek, Diane 107 Kadlec, Margaret 19, 50, 114, 125 Kaduk, Carol 125 Kaiser, Diane 23, 44, 47, 54, 125 Kaiser, Madeline 64, 114, 125 Kalina, Marriann 99 wski, Marylyn 125 Kalynka, Judy 99 Kandl, Valerie 99 Kamp, Nancy 64, 107 Kapus, Mary 125 Kareckas, Mary 54, 107 Kaspar, Susan 91 Kaucky, Kathleen 125 Keating, Norine 107 Keclik, Marianne 108 Keller, Kathleen 9, 99, 100 Kelley, Anne 125 Kelley, Sue 45, 64, 108 Kelly, Kathleen F. 125 Kelly Kathleen M. 125 Kelly:Lorna 99 Kelly, Mary Anne 91 Kelly, Mrs. 85 Kennedy, Nancy 99 Kenost, Kathleen 99 Kersten, Carol Lee 125 Kickels, Sr. Mary Kay 10, 80 Kielpinski, Andrea 91 Kielpinski, Eva 108, 115 Kilarski, Barbara 99 Kiley, Maureen 55, 99 Kirk, Patricia 99 Klein, Barbara 108 Klein, Catherine 99 Klein, Frances 125 Klepitsch, Janet 64, 108 Klikna, Eugenia 91 Klimpera, Linda 125 Klinge, Laura Lee 99 Knapp, Nora 108 Knotek, Sue 125 Knox, Mary 54, 100 Kocheuar, Michele 108 Koffman, Cynthia 108 Kohlmeyer, Patricia 45, 48, 53, 114, 125 Kohn, Linda 126 Kokaisl, Barbara 54, 108 Kollmeyer, Mary 73, 54, 126 Kolodziej, Caryn 91 Kolton, Ann Marie 108 Kosin, Paula 108, 115 Kotrich, Ann 100 Koutek, Nancy 55, 100 Kovecevic, Kathleen 91 Kowal, Peggy 91 Kowalczyk, Clarice 108, 115 Kozlowski, Nancy 9, 100 Kozlowski, Marilyn 126 Krajewski, Gail 100 Kral, Deborah 108 Kralik, Patricia 108 Kramer, Elaine 50, 100 Kraul, Barbara 91 Krcmar, Pamela 108 Kreiling, Margaret 108 Krejci, Nancy 126 Krejci, Patricia 100 Kretch, Catherine 100 Krinski, Monica 91 Krinski, Roseanne 18, 74, 114, 126 Kroehnert, Rita 108 Krzyzowski, Nancy 126 Kudla, Cheryl 108 Kudulis, Clare 50, 54, 125 Kuebel, Barbara 91 Kukowske,Michaelene 108 Kulinski, Margaret 89, 91 Kulis, Diana 126 Kulis, Karen 91 Kulousek, Cecelia 126 Kurcz, Diane 6, 64, 126 Kurzeja, Karen 108 Kurzeja, Nancy 108 Kus, Christine 64, 100, 126 Kus, Mary Ellen 100 Kuzma, Marian 91 Lacny, Christine 108 Lacny, Patricia 31, 126 Lam, Mrs. M. 87 Lamantia, Lynda 100 LaMarche, Mary 66, 126 Lambert, Judith 126 Landberg, Barbara 126 Landberg, Marilyn 100 Lang, Mary 48, 91 Langlois, Sue 91 Languages 26, 27 Lanzarotta, Linda 126 Larsen, Lynn 100 Larson, Christine 127 Larson, Katherine 108 Lasinskas, Laima 127 Laskowski, Barbara 100 Laspisa, Mary Ann 127 Latin Club 50, 51 Laurence, Rita 62, 63, 64, 69, 108, 115 Lazzari, Ellen 108 LeBan, Karen 91 LeBeau, Jeanne 55, 127 Lebert, Jacqueline 63, 64, 108 Lee, Janet 127 Leif, Cheryll 100 Legenza, Susan 108 Le Mieux, Josephine 100 Le Mieux, Roberta 24, 127 Lenar, Barbara 127 Lenar, Judith 91 Lencioni, Arlene 19, 59, 127 Lesch, Mary 34, 55, 100 Levine, Joan 45, 100 Lewis, Susan 127 Leyser, Jo Ellen 64, 127 Lies, Joanne 91 List, Joanna 108 Lodine, Donna 64, 127 Lojkovic, Vivian 45, 91 Long, Maria 54, 100 Longo, Marguerite 108 Longo, Mary Jo 91 Lopata, Peggy 91 Lopatowski, Carol 127 Lopez, Rosalind 127 Lorenzo, Betty 92 Loyola, Sr. Mary 79 Lucia Marie, Sr. 80 Lucas, Sr. Kathleen 82 Luckey, Kathleen 127 Lurito, Joan 108, 115 Luzzie, Christine 48, 50, 53, 74, 114, 127 Lynch, Anne 72, 127 Lynch, Kathleen 100 Lyon, Dorothy 92 Machacek, Karla 108 Mack, Maureen 97, 100 Mzicalgey, Linda 48, 69, 114, Magda, Lois 48, 108 Makowski, Jo Ann 100 Malahy, Ellen 109 Malecki, Bernadette 100 Maley, Mary Ellen 92 Malinowski, Gloria 128 l Mall, Barbara 128 Malloy, Mary Ellen 92, 95 Malloy, Megan 54, 55, 100 Malone, Carolyn 64, 109 Malone, Clarice 109 Mamolella, Mary 109 Mance, Bernadette 109 Mance, Nancy 18, 55, 100 Maney, Patricia 54, 104 Manfredi, Betty 19, 128 Mangan, Jamie 92 Manika, Diane 54, 109 Marcusson, Catherine 92 Mares, Cindy 55, 62, 92 Marie Louise, Sr. 80 Mark, Kathleen 100 Marquardt, Betsy 109 Marre, Claudia 92 Marrero, Susan 92 Marshall, Joanne 92 Martha, Sr. M. 83 Martin, Debora 92 Martin, Katherine 55, 97, 100 Martin, Marianne 100 Martin, Mary 109 Martin, Sarah 101 Martin, Sonia 101 Martinek, Cynthia 128 Martinek, Kathleen 39, 44, 100 Martini, Marilyn 109 Martinkus, Susan 100 Martino, Judith 109 Maslak, Mary Jo 128 Mason, Mary Ann 59, 62, 109, 113 Massarello, Susan 109 Massaro, Angela 109 Math 26, 27 Math Club 68, 69 Matuszkiewicz, Wanda 92 Maun, Elise 45, 109 Maureen Therese, Sr. 79 Maxa, Christine 101 May, Jacqueline 92 Mayer, Bonnie 109 Mazza, Mr. Joseph 85 Mazzullo, Sharon 128 McCarty, Patricia 69, 101 McClellan, Marsha 53, 96, 101 McDermed, Madeline 96, 101 McDermed, Marguerite 114, 128 McDevitt, Cathy 109 McDonald, Maryellen 48, 49, 54, 128 McFadden, Patricia 128 McGarel, Patricia 92 McGarrity, Maureen 92 McGehee, Gayle Ann 128 McGlone, Ann 109 McIntyre, Lynn 109 McKeon, Marilyn 128 McKillip, Rosemary 128 McLaughlin, Mrs. 85 McMahon, Eileen 92 McMahon, Marian 92 McMillin, Mary Beth 92 Meadows, Margaret 101 Meadows, Mary 109 Mehren, Sr. Jeanne 81 Meisner, Mary Jo 5, 64, 74, 111, 109, 115 Meisner, Susan 92 Melzer, Holly 101 Menolascino, Mary 92 Menza, Christine 109 Metz, Katherine 101, 102 Metz, Lorelei 92 Meyer, Joyce 66, 109 Meyer, Susan 92 Meyers, Karen 109 Meyers, Mary Lou 109 Michaliska, Judy 53, 101 Middendorf, Joan 50, 109 Miller, Cynthia 109 Miller, Margaret 101 Miller, Sue 92, 93 Mills, Susan 101 Minarik, Marilou 92 Miriam Rose, Sr. 86 Mirus, Mary 109 Misasi, Mary Jo 128 Misasi, Susan 92 Misek, Sharon 109 Mlot, Cathie 72, 128 Mlot, Christine 55, 109 Modesta, Sr. Mary 84 Moifet, Melissa 109 Molidor, Lisa 55, 90, 92 Molidor, Mary Clare 44, 64, 109, 115 Moll, Susan 109 Mollahar, Denise 92, 94 Monaghan, Moira 101 Mondek, Pamela 101 Moore, Patricia 128 Moore, Sharon 109 Moran, Bridget 97, 101 Moran, Catherine 92 Moran, Margot 92 Morehart, Patricia 101 Morello, Mary 109 Moreno, Elizabeth 101 Mosquera, Laura 109 Mottel, Jan 50, 109 Moulik, Karen 109 Moulis, Patricia 110 Moylan, Mary Jo 110 Mueller, Donna 55, 92 Mullen, Susan 110 Mulvihill, June 104, 109 Muraski, Cathy 92 Muraski, Mary Jean 110 Murphy, Cathleen 110 Murphy, Karen 110 Murphy, Marylou 30, 92 Murphy, Nancy 44, 114, 129 Murphy, Pamela 105, 110 Murphy, Suzanne 92 Music 54, 55 Muth, Patricia 110 Muth, Phyllis 93 Myk, Diane 110 Nau, Gwendolyn 14, 62, 110, 111 Nauss, Eileen 101 Nelis, Ann 74, 110 Nelis, Julia 93, 94 Netolicky, Marie 66, 129 NHS 114, 115 Nichols, Darcy 50, 54, 110, 115 Nichols, Patricia 101 Nightingale, Mrs. Ethel 83 Nikonchuk, Barbara 100, 101 NIS 72, 73 Noda, Mrs 86 Norine, Sr. Mary 83 Nosek, Debra 93 Nosek, Jacklyn 110 Noska, Patricia 110, 115 Novack, Sally 101 Novelli, Amy 110, 115 Nowak, Catherine 63, 101 Noworul, Cheryl 93 O'Brien, Betty 44, 129 O'Brien, Margaret 110 O'Brien, Mary 93 0'Brien, Mary Pat 5, 93 O'Brien Maureen 110 O'Connell, Gloria 129 O'Connel, Maureen 110 O'Connor, Ellen 110 O'Connor, Joan 93 O'Connor, Kathleen 93 O'Hara, Kathy 129 O'Hara, Miss Susan 82 Ohlson, Lucia 15, 98, 101 O'Keefe, Florence 101 Oliver, Sr. Mary 87 O'Neil, Mary Ellen 129 Onik, Kathy 129 Orehek, Gloria 129 Orgler, Jeanne 101 O'Rourke, Mrs. 87 Orsi, Susan 93 Orth, Maureen 110 Osuch, Ruth 93 Ouper, Janet 47, 75, 114, 129 Pacejka, Kathie 129 Paez, Raquel 55, 93 Palicka, Mary Ann 97, 101 Pallarino, Louise 93 Palumbo, Christine 62, 101 Pankey, Therese 110 Para, Nancy 129 Paras, Carmel 101 Paris, Shirley 129 Parisi, Dale 110, 115 Parker, Kathi 129 Parker, Nancy 93 Parkinson, Diana 54, 66, 110 Parratt, Donna 101 Pavelchik, Kathleen 110 Pavich, Janine 22, 129 Pavletic, Mary Jo 129 Pawlek, Susan 101 Payne, Janice 54, 64, 110 Pazzali, Susan 44, 54, 101 Peceny, Mary 101 Peceny, Mary Christine 110 Pecora, Jeanne 102 Pederson, Suzanne 45, 110 Pein, Dianna 110 Penkala, Karen 102 Perry, Amelia 93 Perry, Angela 54, 102 Perticara, Patricia 110 Peternel, Christine 129 Peters, Ann 93 Petricig, Susan 110 Petrick, Sue Ellen 54, 110 Pfeifer, Patricia 102 Phillips, Catherine 110 Physical Education 40, 41 Piano Repertoire 54, 55 Pielsticker, Pat 130 Pierce, Deborah 102 Pietrus, Nancy 54, 93 Pinda, Mary Beth 48, 64, 114, 130 Piper, Mr. 79 Pirok, Gloria 130 Pleshar, Darice 102 Podborny, Lorraine 110, 115 Poljack, Donna 93 Pollard, Ellen 45, 114, 130 Poprawski, Rita 55, 93 Pospisil, Marie 54, 110 Post, Carole 130 Poterek, Celeste 130 Potter, Mary Beth 39, 110 Powers, Margaret 93 Powers, Peggi 102 Pozen, Denise 102 Pozen, Mary 110 Prescott, Donna 102 Pries, Rosemary 102 Prignano, Patricia 97, 102 Pristo, Linda 93 Prokop, Eloise 130 Project People 46, 47 Prost, Laura 110 Ptak, Constance 93 Pubantz, Judy 46, 114, 130 Puchalski, Sr. Ann Therese 84 Pulte, Susan 110 Puskaric, Susan 110 Quatrine, Kimberly 55, 111 Quillin, Susan 93 Quinn, Ellen 54, 70, 111 Quinn, Margaret 111 Rachick, Janice 55, 93 Radek, Janice 111 Radous, Cynthia 111 Raggio, Antoinette 130 Ransom, Joan 50, 93 Rauen, Cathy 44, 130 Rauen, Suzanne 100, 102 Razniewski, Pamela 111 Reato, Vitulia 102 Rector, Cynthia 111 Red Cross 66, 67 Reed, Joan 93 Reed, Mary 130 Reed, Patricia 102 Reese, Joann 111 Reinholz, Jacqueline 111 Rejsek, Nancy 93 Religion 22, 23 Reynolds, Mrs. Lester 81 Ricardo, Sr. Mary 82 Rice, Linda 111 Rich, Kathleen 102 Richard, Sr. Mary 11, 83 Ridgway, Joan 111 Riding Club 64, 65 Riedl, Carla 102 Ring, Julie 55, 130 Ring, Marian 62, 93 Rizzi, Dolores 114, 130 Robare, Lisa 10, 19, 56, 130 Robin, Nanette 102 Robinson, Jeanne 45, 54, 111 Robinson, Patricia 102 Rockwood, Karen 34, 55, 93 Rogan, Patricia 54, 64, 104, 111 Rogan, Ursula 102 Rohmann, Margaret 48, 69, 74, 114, 130 Rojek, Cynthia 45, 54, 93 Rojek, Laverne 111 Roman, Martha 55, 93 Rooney, Dianne 111 Rooney, Terry 63, 130 Ropiak, Joanne 131 Rothwell, Virginia 48, 102 Rubeck, Karen 55, 111 Ruffulo, Kathleen 111 Runge, Karen 36, 110, 111 Rushford, Kim 104, 111 Russell, Donna 102 Russell, Mariann 93 Russo, Margaret 93 Russo, Virginia 94 Ryan, Janet 102 Ryan, Maureen 94 Rybak, Christine 111 Rybak, Karen 94 Saccaro, Bonnie 111 Sackett, Mary 102 Sadkowski, Mary Ann 94 Saladino, Linda 94 Salerno, Mary 102 Salika, Lucille 48, 54, 111 Sarlo, Carmen 64, 131 Sarlo, Denise 102 Sarlo, Graceanne 131 Sarlo, Marilyn 131 Sauer, Christine 131 Sauer, Linda 94 Saul, Marie 94 Saunders, Susan 48, 75, 114, 131 Scanlon, Barbara 94 Scanlon, Judith 131 Scapillato, Adeline 5, 58, 104, 111 Scarano, Mary Lou 64, 104, 111 Scatchell, Mary Ellen 94 Scharnak, Mary 102 Schafer, Mary 48, 111 Scharres, Mrs. Carolyn 84 Scheer, Judith 50, 79, 94 Scheer, Sr. Judith 79 Schimmel, Janet 94 Shannon, Lisa 102 Sharko, Deborah 94 Shaughnessy, Patricia 6, 57, 112 Shean, Susan 90, 102 Sierocinski, Arleen 131 Sima, Joanne 131 Simatovich, Denise 102, 103 Simatovich, Linda 131 Simek, Christine 102 Sirovatka, Barbara 94 Sjoreen, Carolyn 131 Skowron, Dorothy 33, 64, 112 Skriba, Debra 9, 19, 102 Skyles, J acquelyne 94 Slaby, Marie 102 Slama, Margaret 132 Slechta, Sandy 47, 64, 132 Slifka, Maribeth 94 Slowik, Jo - 132 Slowik, Judith 112 Smetko, Diane 94 Smitas, Kathleen 45, 94 Smith, Coleen 94 Smith, Gail 102 Schlehofer, Mrs. 85 Schmiege, Patricia 46, 63, 102 Schrack, Mrs. 86 Schroeder, Catherine 54, 111 Schuette, Diane 89, 94 Schuetz, Christine 111 Schuler, Christine 24, 94 Schuler, Jeanne 45, 131 Schutz, Barbara 64, 111 Schumlitz, Lynn 131 Science 28 Scully, Patricia 94 Selimos, Tess Anne 94 Senediak, Irene 111 Seriano, Marietta 94 Serra, Christine 111 Serra, Sandra 102 Service Clubs 48, 49 Serwat, Linda 111 Serwat, Patricia 44, 131 Severino, Donna 131 Seyk, Judith 14, 54, 111 Shanley, Margaret 131 Shannon, Mary Ellen 7, 25, 56, 111 Smith, Kathleen 100, 102 Smith, Louise 102 Smith, Marcia 112 Smith, Patricia 47, 64, 132 Smith, Sally 63, 102 Smith, Susan 132 Sobotka, Cathy 94 Sobotka, Lori 112 Social Studies 30 Solawetz, Susan 48, 102 Soldato, Mary Lou 95 Sostek, Karen 112 Soukup, Sylvia 112 Southard, Sr. Mary 81 South Pacific 56, 57, 58, 59, 60 , Spaniak, Marilyn 112 Spanish Club 50, 51 Sperando, Anna Maria 112 Spooner, Mrs. 84 Srain, Patricia 112 Stahlke, Mary 64, 112 Stanek, Joyce 28, 47, 53, 114, 132 , Stanton, Jean 103 Stead, Lorna 44, 103 Steele, Cynthia 112 Steier, Mary 112 Steinle, Laura 103 Stepanek, Paula 103 Stepek, Sue 103 ' Steurer, Sharon 95 Stilwagen, Miss 85 Stoifel, Sr. Beth 78 Stoga, Nancy 103 Stokes, Michele 39, 132 Stonich, Sr. Angela 87 Storcel, Marilyn 103 Student Council 44, 45 Sullivan, Dorothy 112 Sullivan, Linda 44, 54, 55, 103 Sustr, Evelyn 112 Svitak, Linda 132 Swanson, Susan 103 Sweeney, Jean 63, 112 Swin, Janet 132 Swistowicz, Jackie 132 Syms, Mona 15, 63, 103 Taconi, Barbara 95 Taconi, Donna 112 Taconi, Patricia 95 Tadic, Margaret 112 Tadic, Marie 112 Taken, Maureen 91, 95 Tannehill, Maureen 44, 132 Tanner, Sr. Karen 84 Tatarczyk, Carol 95 Taylor, Rita 132 Teare, Mrs. 80 Teerlinck, Carol 19, 103 Tenfelde, Mary Ann 114, 132 Teodori, Nancy 95 Terselich, Janice 112 Thesing, Peggy 132 Thomas, Margaret 112 Thoms, Susan 112 Thorson, Kathy 55, 95 Thorson, Louise 55, 112 Tintori, Celeste 95 Tolomeo, Marybeth 103 Tonissen, Mary Ann 48, 95 Tourville, Pamela 103 Trampota, Cecilia 103 Travin, Mary 103 Trinka, Carrie 132 Trinka, Jill 38, 54, 103 Tropp, Clare 95 Truchan, Gail 132 Trumpis, Louise 112 Turina, Carol 95 Tyrrel, Peggy 54, 103 Tyson, Janet 112 Ubik, Susan 95 Ude, Elizabeth 75, 133 Ucherek, Donna 103 Uhlhorn, Lynda 112 Urbanek, Pamela 112 Vaca, Sr. Ethel 78 Vacik, Shirley 112 Vagosky, Carol 112 Vandenbroucke, Marguerite 112 VanBuskirk, Mary 113 Varanka, Rasa 134 Varys, Roberta 113 Vatikun, Donna 95 Vavra, Patricia 103 Vear, Sheryl 94, 95 Vecchiollo, Miss 82 Vefgglo, Carol 44, 60, 62, Vercillo, Janice 74, 114, 133 Verdico, Joan 61, 113 Vicik, Susan 113 ' Vink, Valerie 103 Vittallo, Joan 6, 47, 133 Vlach, Mary 55, 89, 95 Vlcek, Elizabeth 133 Wachowski, Joann 54, 95, 106 Wachowicz, Ruth 133 Wade, Regina 133 Wagner, Jane 48, 113 Wagner, Pat 133 Waites, Marianne 39, 59, 60, 133 Walsh, Donna 94, 95 Walsh, Julie 133 Walsh, Margaret 72, 113 Walters, Marla 113 Warachowski, Mary 103 Ward, Mary J. 103 Ward, Maureen 11, 35, 55, 113 Ward, Peggy 34, 55, 95 Wareham, Nancy 113 Weathered, Claudia 133 Weber, Joanne 103 Weber, Kathleen 113 Welch, Carolyn 54, 103 Wendt, Claudia 103 Wensloff, Kathleen 113 Widmar, Shelley 133 Wilhelm, Barbara 64, 133 Wilhelm, Joanne 133 Wilhelm, Mary 103 Wilkosz, Josette 5, 104, 113 Willer, Barbara 95 Williams, Marilyn 95 Wilma, Sr. Mary 83 Wimunc, Janina 54, 95 Wing, Pamela 113 Wistocki, Barbara 95 Wittner, Andrea 45, 48, 113, 115 Witzkowski, Joanne 113 Witzkowski, Valerie 114, 133 Wlezien, Kathryn 95 Wojcieszak, Susan 95 Wojnicki, Marianne 95 Wojtas, Geraldine 113 Wolf, Mrs. 81 Wolfe, Yvonne 103 Wolski, Ruth 113 Wonderlick, Mary 56, 133 Wozniak, Carol 64, 133 Wurst, Dorothy 74, 114, 134 Yakowicz, Bonnie 134 Yario, Laura 95 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