Nolan High School - Lepanto Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)

 - Class of 1966

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Superintendent of Schools of the Diocese ofDa11as-Fort Worth BROTHER RICHARD DIX, S,M, , B.S,, M,S, Principal - Boys' Divisiong Mechanical Drawing, Guidance Administration Sets Fairy iff,4ci1demic Sifcellmce SISTER ELEANQR, S.S.M.N., B.A., M.A. Principal - Girls' Division .- Sister Eleanor and Sister Mary Jude admire the new school uniforms modeled by Diane Miller and Sue Ann Quinn ,gh SISTER MARY IUDE, BROTHER PIERRE WEITKAMP, SISTER MARY SHARON, S. S. M. N. , B. A, , Assistant S. M. , M. A.: Registrarg Re- S. S. M. N. 5 B. A. , M. A. 2 Principal Girls' Divisiong Mod- ligion IV: Assistant Principal Moderator Freshmen A-16 erator Seniors A-129 Religion Boys' Division Religion Ig English Ig IVQ English IVQ Moderator N. F. L. Zzculfy Smphaszbes Jmpvrfarzcc' of ,Maml and keygious Dwelvpmcut SISTER ADELAIDE, S, S, M, N, , M, A, 3 Moderator Sophomores A-21, Algebra Ilg Religion Ilg Related Math llg Moderator Sacred Heart League. MRS, IULIA BAKER, B, s, , Typing IgII, Stenography I, II, Moderator F, B, L, A, FATHER CHARLES KINGg Assistant Chaplain, Religion I, II. MRS, W, R, DuVALL, B, S, , Physical Educationg Modera- tor G, A, A. . SISTER BERNADETTE MARIE, S, S, M, N, , B, A, g Moderator Sopho- mores A-22g Biologyg General Science. S.M., B.S., M.S.: Moderator Sophornores C-165 Physicsg Math IVg Algebra Ilg Introduction to Algebrag Moderator National Honor Societyg Radio Clubg Camera Club, BROTHER EDMUND J, ESCUDERO, s.M,, B,S,: Moderator Freshmen 6-205 Latin Ilg Chemistryg Modera- tor Cheerleadersg Sodalityg Booster Club. sag, BROTHER JAMES DROSTE, 3 MISS JO ANN FISHER, B, S. : Physical Educationg Englishg Moderator Cheerleaders. 9 Q I0 A MR, JOHN FRIDAY, B. S. , M, Ed, g P, E, g Typing, Varsity Basketball, FATHER PARTICK HAZEL, S, T, L, g Moderator Sopho- mores C-195 Religion I,II, J - . 7 ". , . .1 yr , . ,,.,, V Q iiiif , V Q V A' if ' 1 This is the "Metreca1 for Lunch Bunch?" MR, BOB IRVIN, B. S. 3 World Historyg P, E, g Football Coachg Track Coach. nwg K Zzculiy Disczjviuci SISTER IMMACULATA, S, S, M, N, g M, A, g Govern- mentg English I. 'Q-llgzi-wy- i r SISTER IMELDA, s, s, M, N, , M, A, g Moderator Juniors A-15g Spanish I,II,IIIg Mod- erator P, A, S, F, g National Honor Society, SISTER JANE MARIE, S, S, M, N, , B, M, g Religion Ig Pianog Moderator Choral Club. Students in Zflziuk FATHER BEDE LACKNER, BROTHER LLOYD KLINEDINST S. M, , B, A, g Moderator Juniors C-145 English I,IVg Latin II, Moderator Student Council, MRS, LOUIS POTH QPHYLLIS 5. O. CIST. , 5. T. B. , M. A. , LEHRQ, B, A, , American His- World Historyg Latin II. toryg World Historyg French I. ,,,, xx ,-yn ., SISTER MARA, S, S, M, N, , B, A, g Moderator Seniors A-14g Religion IVg English IV Latin l, Hg Moderator Missig Sodality, I2 This discussion doesn't concern P. E. classes, does it? iii SISTER MARTIN JOSEPH, s, s, M, N., M, s, , Mod- erator Sophomores A-19, Librariang Religion Ilg Moderator Lepanto. 1 1 w 4 Eiaculty Fraud of Students SISTER MARY DAVID, S, S, M, N, , B, A, g Mod- erator Juniors A-13, Reli- gion IIIg English III, French II, Moderator Stu- dent Council, Hootenanny Inc, SISTER MARY VIANNEY, S, S, M, N, , B, A.: Mod- erator Freshmen A-20g Algebra Ig Algebra II- Trig. g Related Math Hg Math IV. X MR. JAMES L. MILSON, A. S. : 13.5. , M. Ed: Chernistryg General Scienceg Moderator Radio Club. MRS, O. W, NORTON, B, S, g Home Economies I,ll. Accamplishmcnfs SISTER PAUL, S. S. M. N. B, B, A, g Religion II: Bookkeeping. MR, MARION L. PRIDDY, B, A, , M, A, 5 Math IVQ Algebra I,II. MISS CECILIA MAY, B, A, g Moderator Seniors A-105 Art I, Ilg English II IVg Art Appreciationg Moderator N, F, L, , ,G ,wal -W ,, ,sw M . af , . 1 , Q , 171 2 V. BROTHER CHARLES RAHE S, M, , B, A, , M, Ed, g Modera- tor Juniors C-135 American Historyg American Problems and Governmentg Moderator Drama Club, SISTER RITA CLAIRE, S, S, M, N, , B, S, , Moderator Freshmen A-183 Related Math Ig Geometry BROTHER EUGENE SWEENEY, S, M, , B, A, , Moderator Jun- iors C-15g English Ilg Book- keepingg Moderator Sodalityg Guidance REV, W, FRANCIS SCHORP, S, M, , B, A, , B, S, , Moderator Sophomores C-17g Geometryg Religion Ig Moderator Philos- ophy Guildg Sodality. BROTHER RAYMOND SOHM, S, M, , B, S. , M, A, g Modera- tor Seniors C-12g Latin I, IIIg Moderator Viking Sports Clubg Athletic Directorg "B" Foot- ball, "B" Basketball, MR, RAYMOND J, STATON, B, A, g Moderator Freshmen C-215 English I, IIIg Moderator Chess Club. MRS. J. A. STEFAN, JR., B, S, S, g M, A, 5 Moderator Juniors A-173 English 11,1115 American History. FATHER GEORGE TAYLOR, S, M, , B, A, , S, T, L,g Modera- tor Seniors C-1Og Religion 1,1Ig Moderator Viking Volunteers. Eiaculfy H6417 Develvp Initiative of Students BROTHER on VACKER, S. M. , B,S.:, Moderator Freshmen C-18g Biologyg world Historyg Moderator 'C' Footballg Intra- RM' murals. IN MEMORY OF MR. RICHARD R. DICKINSON Died on July 16, of injuries received in an automobile accident. Mr.Dick- inson was on the Faculty during the 1961-1963 school years. L Qin. Assistnnts Aid tns Administration MRS, DOUGLAS C, PORTER, Secretary to Brother Dix MRS. W. F, SCANLAN, Secretary to Sister Eleanor MRS, PAUL SIVEK, Receptionist CAFETERIA STAFF: Mrs. Yolanda JANITORSg Mr. Herbert Leufray, Ir, and Mr. Clarence Sauls I6 Ham, Mrs. Helen Skrasek, Mrs. Catherine Bartula, Mrs. Irene Pustejovsky. Maintenance Man: Mr. David Bowen ci! AI' Orgalfzfkafiolfs It's really not pornography, now is it? Kelis 60151141111 and Ken ?c'n0g0o The Student Council exists to educate the leaders 6 of the future, to foster initiative under the experi- Bette Coleman--president of enced guidance of faculty moderators, and to co- the girls' student council ordinate various aspects of student life, Fine Arts Week, special assemblies, and dances such as the Elephant Walk, Nolan-a-go-go, and the Purple I are only a few of the successes of the 1965-1966 Student Council. I8 Horneroom presidents and student council officers plan future activities x 5 l P Jerry Keating, lst Vice-president, Ken Fenoglio, President Brother Lloyd and Sister Mary David, Moderators Bette Coleman, President, Marcia Putzel, Vice president Leslie Herberger, Secretary, Mary Butler, Treasurer Ccad Student Gozmcil Ken Fenoglio President Boys' Student Council y t,..t, Jerry, Ken, and Bette slave over programs for Career Night JF 25Ylih6ff.J1aM MQKGJWMWMQ if afirfmzl Jfrfmfr Szfcicfy Members Kcprcscuf J-lzyhvsf Standards Larry Johnson President Tony Alholm Vice-President Donna Miller Secretary-Treasurer Sister Imelda Brother Droste Moderators The purpose of the National Honor Society can be best summed up in the four qualifications for membership: leadership, scholar- ship, character, and service. JUNIOR MEMBERS STANDINGg Steve Maddux, Mike Grant Ken Snyder, Bill Parker, Ralph Cox, Jim Hopkins, Bob McConnell, Jim Atkins, Charles Shipman, SITTING, Debbies Richardson, Pam Miller, Shirley Farrell, Rosemary Stanton, Mary Walsh Caryl Dal- ton, Paula Addison, Jan Hunter N, H, S, members at convention in Killeen 20 SENIOR MEMBERS STANDINGg Larry Johnson, Tony Alholm Kathy Penn, Mariann Dulle, Sue Ann Quinn Dave Smith, Jerry Keating SITTINGQ Elizabeth Meyer, Nancy Anderson, Judy Dornblaser Linda Doane, Ellen Fontenote, Carol Neilon, Sandy Walton, Donna Miller SOPHOMORE PROBATIONARY MEMBERS: Barbara Murphy, Barbara Miller, Mary Kay Curda, Barbara Johnson, Eunice Heim, Craig Ballentine, Chris Senchack, Mike Matetich, Ken Wiemar, Mike O'Neill X 'K' TRUMPET Editor Bonnie Matetich, Moderator Mr. Frank Perkins, Mike Gallagher and assistant editor Carol Neilon scrutinize every article appearing in the paper. Trumps! School Paper Outlet far Pvfenfial jaurnaists In the mad flurry to publish a school newspaper the staff has but one object in mind---to inform the student body. The staff of the Nolan "Trumpet" has also found a unique opportunity to develope journalistic techniques and skills. TRUMPET STAFF - - -Bonnie Matetich Editor ------ Assistant Editor - - - - - - Carol Neilon Editorials ------------- Nancy Anderson, Barbara Johnson, Ellen Fontenot Features - - ---- Mary Crimmins, Rita Vita Barbara Johnson, Linda Doane - - Greta Greer, Patti O'Kane, Don Eirdam, A'Nelle Morton News - - The girls put their heads together to get the paper to press. Be patient, Greta, Nancy is typing as fast as she can. Sports ----------- Mike Gallagher, Carol Neilon, Ellen Fontenot, Steve DiScul1io Photography ------------- Camera Club Moderator - - - .. Mr. Frank Perkins. "Ellen, you ylumwftiiat will never pass!" f if ZI ,Members Place ezfiemzl ?erer1sie League MW, ,,, Many Judy Dornblaser, Fred Schattman and Steve Maddux pose for a N, F, L, recruiting poster N, F, L, members work on their entries Caurnameufs The research, rehearsing, and many other details of preparation for speech tournaments make the N, F, L, a club for "working" people. Its members work for their own improvement in the fields of debate, oratory, and dramatics, The total membership of the club reach- es an all time high this year as the under classmen find the competition of debate and individual events challenging, ed- ucative, and plain fun. The club is especially proud of Bill Parker who, placing first in the district tournament, attends the National Tournament in Albuquerque, New Mexico. "Repent" OFFICERS NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE' President- First and Vice-Pres. - - Secretary - - Parliamentarian Moderator - - - second semester Judy Dornblaser - First semester, Bill Parker Second semester Steve Maddux - First semester John Norman Second semester Fred Schattman - -First and second semester Richard Kopp Sister Mary Jude Cyrano Hopkins is at it again. Sister, does this pose look real enough? This is definitely N, F, L, Everyone has his mouth open. Editors Larry Johnson and Sue Ann Quinn check over the Homecoming layout lfepizizfv Stay Gvmpiles kecard Of year? Activities boys Pam Miller, Bobbie Dorris, Bonnie Matetich, Jean Senior, Karen LaCroix, and Marilyn Boullt work hard on the lengthy senior sec- tion. 1 A Rae Racine and Carol Shaw dictate as Mary Zalesak and Anna Bordovsky madly type, In the bottom picture Ershel Redd, Jim Atkins, and Ellen Fontenot select the color picture of the basketball team. All it takes is a pen, some ink, and a little imagina- tion a M 'Q'k.a.M-- 'Cb ,,,:k Andree Shaw, Mary Lou Meyer and Kem Migues work on sophomore section Dianne Jones and Wanda Atkins alphabetize student names for the index I told you I'd get even, and here's T the Pf00f X x , r Alvv, 23553 , ,gi I .U irzrws-.M 5 ,F ,..f,,, f,.,.VL tr . , , y V p t tt"55i', fp' ,. t e oy ,'gA ,, ,,Vf ' i . f W: yeys ddsy Ik' K i ky ,, I fa,g ?' w'P Xx ' v , N L as V The Freshman section gets a criti- cal look by Janet Hopkins, Teresa Sivek and Vickie Rogillio Brother Droste took a picture of that??? You mean that is the ideal layout? L' Vx- 5'ufurs Nurses If she thinks I'm going to sign up for that, she's crazy. The Future Nurses' Club gives interested students an opportunity to explore possibil- ities of a future in the medical profession. The club informs its members through guest speakers and field trips. V Do you really think we ought to ask that question? Students Pursue fufsrssf in ,Nursing .Wadi OFFICERS: Linda Doane, Vice-Presidentg Kathy McGuire, Presidentg Mary Lou Meyers OFFICERS: Sharon Hajek, Secretaryg Mary Jo Leone, President Cindy Bally Vice-President Alter Society Girls Z'rei14 for fv'utz1re Service in Parish The Altar Society provides the privilege for upperclassmen to become closely acquainted with the changing liturgy of the Mass by instruction in the meaning, use, and care of vestments and sacred vessels used at Mass. K J' -.if 64,35 Mary Joe Leone and Sister Martn Joseph admire the altar cover i which Candy Kurtin designed and Sheila Jones and Rosemary Child- ress sewed , n V l The girls learn what goes where and when Students ,Active in Apasfvlic Works Missi and CCD rank high among the service clubs as the members give their time and efforts to the service of their fellowman. A Christmas party and an Easter egg hunt for the children at the Grant Street Mission are highlights of Missi activities. A very important activity is that of the tutoring project in which many Nolan students give hours to help younger children with their lessons. Members of the CCD re- spond to the call of the church by teaching catechism at Grant Street Mission. Missi President Pam Miller presides at the weekly meeting rr, Richard Kopp "funs it" with children at Grant Street, You are supposed to be watching Shir- ley, dear. Christian laity at work X'-. .Q , and the third question on the test is Members Study Spiritual Qmmzfiorz The Sodality strives to lead its members in the Christian way of life, Various speakers instruct the boys in the Christian 1aity's role in the modern world, I Well, in that case, I'd suggest you give up the missionary idea. Sophomore Sodality memb Hays' Srfdalify You expect me to answer that question here. . . ! -in -K ers at a weekly meeting. A to r i l - -gi ,cf "Thees leetle mu- chacho, he says to me. . Members learn the fundamentals of chording. Hrwfeuanrzy 611111 Singers and Guifars Prove Popular Affracfiau The popular trend toward folk- singing inspires the creation of the Hootenanny Club. Its members sponsor a Song Festival early in the fall, "My dog has fleas. " The officers of Hootenanny Inc. are Cathy Penn, secretaryg Helen Cochran, president, Sandra Rodriguez, vice-president, and Ellen Hanlon, treasurer, y r l l or Jean Czajkowski - Bob Norton Rosemary Stanton - Jim Friedman vlan? Hhcerleaders Popular 'Spirifed Grwzp Hack Iikzhgs It is the prime responsibility of the cheerleaders to inspire the crowds with the traditional Viking spirit to back our var- ious teams. Soon after their election in the spring the cheerleaders begin plans for next year's spirit activities, The various cheers and formations such as the pyramids, take shape during many, long, summer practices. 5 Mary Walsh - V, Tlm Robe rre nn ,V mist, .0 1" 1, Linda Pankey- - Larry Johnson Pam Grove - Pat Barbolla 5 f Kathy Crumley - Durnin 'kffppc ?uture lfusiuess lsudsrs uf Aluericu Studcuts Study ,Modern Business h2'.'M.', . ,,, se ' Zfreuds The officers of the FBLA are Patsy Jones, reporterg Gayle Fenimore, presidentg Leslie Herberger, treasurerg Peggy Magner, vice- presidentg Tom Cowan, parliamentariang and Linda Pankey, secretary. Gayle Fenimore outlines details for the Dress Right YOU in Program ...ii gp It as , vi v s5 Members discuss the plans for the Christ- mas party to be given at Ellis Elemen- tary, The FBLA strives to give students some knowledge of the types of careers available in the business field. Pro- grams showing the different business machines such as IBM typewriters, and information on data processing broadens the knowledge of the business word. exif, -5 i Members open the annual Dress Right Week. -"""1 V w-'., tl ' A a M it D 1- . ,. . it P , M A ft T it -'W T I 5, , ting! ' f T ' f , wx '- i X 1 - T 7 ff A Yiaiffigffk ,nw " ' A ,, Mm f V, .., .. .7 , . Members plan future activities 5 6 Pen ,flinerienn tneient Qernin rt Knltnre ef flispnnie ,elinerien ,llttrizets Student Attention A Wa A local chapter of P, A, S, F, is created at Nolan. This club encourages respect of all American na- tionalities and an understanding of them based on a more thorough knowledge and an appreciation of the peoples of the Western Hemisphere, The mem- bers raise money by holding bake sales and car wash es, and send this money to aid the efforts of the Texas Partners for the Alliance in Peru. OFFICERS: President - Debbe Richardson, Vice- President - Marianne Dulle, Treasurer - Elizabeth Meyer, Reporter - Tony Alholm, Program Chair- man - Pam Miller, Secretary - Evelyn Washington A A 1 P P o r o r P j i 1 --nn! LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: Penny Moore, Pat Henderson, Cecilia Croomes, Janet Hopkins, Paulette Barwinkel, Mary Zale- sak. I aff "5O0 Hours" Volunteers at ST, JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL: Rosemary Childress, Kay Cosgrove, Mary Lou Meyer. USHERETTES: Bette Coleman, Debbie Henegan, Tina O'Reilly, Kathy Holler, Barbara Meyer, Mary Ellen Cross. 34 generous Students Assisi Administration Nolan students have always been well known for their service activities. This year even more areas are open to service-minded students. Senior boys are now trusted with the responsibility of presiding over study halls, pep rallies, and lunch periods, through the new senior official program, The officials are selected by the faculty from a group of volunteers. Junior and senior girls are now able to aid needy students to attend Nolan on scholarships through the summer secretary program. The girls donate their salaries earned by summer work in the school office to a scholarship fund. The Usherettes are another new service organiza- tion at Nolan, set up by the Student Council to usher at all school functions, The Grant Street Program has entered its second year at Nolan. Interested girls and boys donate one or two afternoons a week to teach religion, reading, or math to underprivileged children at the mission center. Other service activities include volunteer work at I St, Joseph s Hospital and in the Nolan Library. Scuivr Kaus Assist Sucultu tu Study Hull SENIOR OFFICIALS: Joey Ford, Dwain Mees, Mike Heim, Pat Barbolla, Tom Cowan, Jerry Keating, Buz Ziegler, Torn Donaldson, John Johnson, Bob Tingle, Ershel Redd, Butch Polk. SUMMER RECEPTIONISTS: Mary Behl, Ann Moore, Jean Senior, Peggy Mag- ner, Pam Grove, Kathy Taggart, Rose- mary Stanton, Patti O'Kane, Marilyn Boullt, Sue Ann Quinn, Carol Neilon, Studcuts J-feta iu Cutariug Pruyrulu Paula Addison and Caryl Dalton help some Grant Street Children with their reading. SENIOR OFFICIALS: David Siebold, Rufino Mendoza, Tony Alholm, Pat Matzner, Chris Dunton, Ken Fenoglio, Mike Lance, Ernie Klarich, Bill Freeman. Girls Work us lecceptiuuists Duriug Sululuer ,flfluutus Taking their oath of office are: right to left President, G, Scott Grantg First Vice-President, Mrs. B, K, Parkmang Second Vice- President, Mr. Mike Barbollag Secretary, Mrs, D, M, Butler, Parliamentarian, Dr. Catherine Carltong and Member-at-large, Mrs. H, F, Shipman. Through this organization parents can give the students and faculty of the school the interest, en- couragement, and financial aid necessary for success in their endeavors. Through interesting and informa- tive programs the parents learn the place of youth in society and how the parents can best aid their chil- dren to achieve their proper place. Nolan is deeply indebted to the Home and School and will be through- out the future, Did you ever see such hams? flame and 5'chrf0l,4ss0ciz1firf14 Parents and .Wzculty Zaoperafc in Students Grin! Develapmeuf President Scott Grant opens the monthly meeting of the Home and School, Mrs. Mike Barbolla displays the plaque honoring the outstanding athletes ofthe yearg Ric Potter, trackg Mike Thompson, basketball, John Johnson, baseball and Buz Ziegler, football, liking Spvrfs glllb Throughout the year the Viking Sports Club backs Nolan's athletic endeavors with a fine spirit of confidence and encourage- Parenfs Spvnsor Afhlffic Pragram ment, By sponsoring the annual Sports Ban- quet, this organization pays high tribute to Nolan athletes. The club also sponsors the new Nolan Bus which replaces the Golden Goose. O, E, "Doc" Hayes of S. M. U. is the main speaker at the f Sports Award Banquet. I- k at OFFICERS: President Mike Barbolla, Secretary John Flynn, Vice-President Paul Tingle, Treasurer Vincent Shocklee A large crowd turns out to honor Nolan's athletes. X' rl EI G: 4 .Simi T' . - B sa I ' .bf ik! J Y f"' Xa f U J if i - J l MQ J' J-lam 13114505 and Plzvfagraphy Interest .Sfudmts M ..n,...? W . ,,,1,Q,,..:,JN .W ' J J i . 1 or ng Ron Wangler and John St, Clair become familiar with the camera equip- ment in the darkroom, Kamera 81116 2f1'fw ss., , The newly organized Camera Club begins work early in the year. Not only do the Lepanto and Trumpet staffs make use of the club's photographs, but the pictures are also made available for purchase by the students. The Radio Club develops the skills necessary to obtain a radio operator's license. "I think I'd better destroy this one, " Ham radio operators Mr, James Milson fWA5AAQj, John St. Clair qWN5NVNj, and Ken Becan fWN5OLVJ "This one we save for our black- mail files. " self! Kadizf 61116 "Come in Gemini 95 this is Nolan High School, " 3g 38 warm If J Q S-7 Activities ,4ssemMes kecagnzkc flarmr Students The administration emphasizes academic excel- lence as an important goal for the students. In order to encourage highest standards, students who maintain an average between 2. 8 and 4, 0 receive recogni- tion at the end of each quarter. Highest ranking stu- dents are elected to membership in the National Hon- or Society, Sister Eleanor presents honor cards at the conclusion of each quarter. Pat Bell receives the N, H, S, pen from Sister Eleanor. N, H, S, Vice-President Tony Alholm takes the oath of office as Presi- dent Larry Johnson and i Secretary Donna Mil- ler wait for their turn. The group listens at- tentively as the hon- ors are read, Savill! Season Opens With ,Nvlan ,4-Q71-50 In order to provide for the social interests of the students, the Student Council sponsors various dances during the year, Nolan A-Go-Go rocks the hallowed halls with the music of the Nomads, a-go go dancers, and a capacity crowd of swingin' stu- dents. z-rw H sw ' V- 1 ln, '55, ar 's1- .':r, it,i 'lrs ,, I ,5 V , , f t.m,Q.-1:ffsfs ff-V, Looks like the whole student body showed up for this one. l Buz Ziegler presents record albums to the winners of the dance contest. ,,d, A-Go-Go Pat! . .wwxswd Sister Mary Sharon, Mrs. Sivek and Mrs. Scanlan bring their gifts to the altar at the offertory, Zzeulty and Students Attend Special Mase The Mass of the Holy Spirit dedicates the various phases of student activities to the service of God. Footballs, cheerleaders megaphones, and school books are presented during the Offertory Procession while the hymns of the Mass are sung in folk song fashion, The petition of the Mass is to ask God's blessing on. all the activities of the coming school year, The faculty and students receive Holy Communion from one of the three priests concelebrating at the Mass of the Holy Spirit. Members of the Choral Club and Hootenanny Club lead the singing. Father Hazel, Father Taylor and Father Schorp participate in the first concelebrated Mass at Nolan. 42 Students Swing llfzder the Bly Zap Jack and the Rippers pro- vide the swinging enter- tainment. Students dance in the center under a huge cir- cus tent as the Elephant Walk highlights the activ- ities of October, A pop- corn booth, senior circus clowns, floating balloons, and a giant teddy bear as the door prize, complete the circus theme of the dance. The Student Coun- cil brings one of its most unique ideas to successful completion as students throughly enjoy the eve- ning. Talk about decorations, take a look at these! Mother never told me about dates like this! K4 ij Nolan Express flaatcmznngm gfllb Spansars Sang kstival Regina Lilly opens the show Whitney and Drew with a moving spiritual. , Womack give 'em what for Cultural programs are included in the student activities in order to help round out the interests of Nolanites. Folk songs head the cul- tural agenda planned for the enjoyment of the students, The Hooten- anny puts the emphasis on student talent as members of the Hooten- anny Club entertain their audience in the gym, Under the glow of a golden paper moon, soloists, duets, and student groups lead the sing- ing and cut their comic capers. 1' Q ,Q 3 .-sn! - 4 ,5 f ' A ,. ' t if Q- r if . ,, - ,V A t ' - V - f 1 f 1. f.:tjr'y , 'S s. ., 'f' 'Q' ' Q. . - ' - r 42. 4 ' - . iwusfa z , ' 'J' it I r fs , , V A ,. 4 ' , V , Jw., - W "f i Jagff L.: ,. -t.-vs .Q ' V-1: f - .n 7' M - arf. . - as ,, . f . . .. . t if ' f ' ' 4 gl s 'kr Z 'jk 1' sl l 4, x 1 s K1 QV - , . t mi 3 - an 1521 My Qf 1 1 - 1 Q S' ,tt ,, ,, f ' 11, , 1 Iliff 1 ff' f , t E, 1 nz,-far N.. . V ' - - - ' Master of Ceremonies, Tony Alholm, and the stars Spectators get in the Hootenanny of the festival prepare to get the show on the road. mood and join in the fun. I w re .E Smile, Jerry, Students 166114 and Discuss 6lassiss 5 5 f Q ii Qi g r Under the direction E Of eXPCfieUCed invited S i -s i V adults, many Juniors K 1 6' K , Q1 Q' 1 ii ' rp . . ,i- " -f A l l I 'fi y, and Seniors meet Q F ,A l C. M Q. ,,,,A ls. periodically to dis- ' cuss a particular piece dy of literature. The ' -ll A , . - ' 3 1 ti' V 'Lf ,.,,' . 1' , ' A I is- 'ii S It's the girls versus the tough guys. bi Great Gatsby, Brave tail Party, and The Glass Menagerie are among some of the literary titles. Kopp takes the affirmative in a Steinback case, Anna Bordovsky and Francia Mar- zonie--accompanists for Nolan's cultural programs. Musicians Parficfpafe in Kullural Prsgrams Sister Jane Marie and her music students and choral group con- tinue to please Nolan audiences with their solo performance and accompaniments. MUSIC: Sister Jane Marie and pupils Cathy Guinn, Nancy St. Clair, Chris Senchack, A'nel Morton Bernadette Sodd, Danny Parr, Susan Caulfield, sittingg Nancy Schwalbach, Lucia Hart. 45 New World, The Cock- Hamecaming Wm The traditional Homecoming Fes- tivities welcome Nolan exes as they return to cheer their Alma Mater and enjoy the dance held in their honor. School spirit reaches its peak during the week as the homerooms of the girls' division create elaborate Spirit Boards and the entire student body unites to cheer for the Vikings at a roof-raising pep rally, The Home- UN. Pat Bell, Mike Connolly and LHYIY Morton, the Chalons, Pfovlde mu' sic for an after-the-pep' Y ho rall sock- Ruth Rourke and Joann Trojacek add a touch to prize winning bulletin board in Al9. coming Game and presentation of the i Homecoming Court at half-time climax i the exciting week. Practicing for a new cheer? Brings liking Spirit ta iz Peak I X 'tudent Council President Bette Ioleman presents Homecoming ueen Linda Pankey with a bouquet fired roses as her escort Walter Hill latches. i l fi Spirited Vikings cheer the team on at the 1965 Homecoming game at Trinity Field. The Homecoming Dance gets the week's festivities into full swing under a crepe paper canopy which crowns the gym. Pre- sentation of the Homecoming Royalty, con- sisting of five senior girls elected by the upperclassmen, and the queen of the Home- coming Festivities, elected by the football team, highlights the anticipated evening. The Nocturns provide the evening's entertainment, linda Purzkey Keigus as J-lamecaming .Queen THE 1966 l-IOMECOMING QUEEN, Miss Linda Pankey, Dancing does wonders for one's hair, HOMECOMING COURT: Kathy Crumley escorted by Don Thompsong Jean Czajkowski, escorted by Tom Cowang Leslie Herberger, escorted by Buz Zieglerg Queen Linda Pankey, escorted by Ken Fenogliog Sandra Walton, escorted by Mike Scallan, Kaya! Kaurt Presmfafiau Himaws Dance -"I see those vicious looks! Just 'cause no- body else has a neat-lookin', imaginative Viking outfit, , , " Queen Linda, Ken, Jean and Tom dance the Royal Dance. Halle! Group and Klzerus Presents 'Wuierueker Suite" The program's three faculty moderators confer on a produc- tion problem. Brother Charles Rahe advises the scenery crew, Mrs. Louis Poth assists the dancers, and Sister Jane Marie co- ordinates the music for the program. The fairies add some last minute touches as curtain time approaches. Students capture the magic, fairy-tale legend of Christmas as they present the production of "The Nutcracker Suite" by Tchaikovsky. The accompanists are, Francia Marzonie, Anna Bordovsky, and Bernadette Sodd A special chorus under the direction of Sister Jane Marie sings the story of the Nutcracker Prince, You gotta be kiddin'! fWould you believe it s supposed to look like that?J The Mouse King, Ann Moore, gives the Nutcracker, y Jim Robertson, a hard time, d I W Sherri Abraham, the Sugar Plum Fairy, reigns over the magic land. Mary Marzonie and Edna Mil- ler are the two Russians who entertain with a native dance 5l Hizristmas inspires Spirit af Giving Christmas is a time of generous giving at No- . lan. Amid thoughts of their own Christmas fun, the students find time to pack boxes to send overseas, collect food iid clothing for the needy, or entertain underprivileged children, The senior girls travel to Denton to entertain f the children at The State School for the Retarded The senior boys lead C corridor in the annual food drive, The freshman girls pack boxes for soldiers in Viet Nam, through the Gift Lift. Other classes give parties for the Grant Street Mission or supply boxes of food and clothing for needy families. The girls of A 21 play Santa for a needy family as ir. f I - A s -xxx i .,,, 52 I 1 .J How many cans, boys? Freshmen enjoy the Staton A Go-Go J The drummer for The Barons gets in the purple mood. Looks like 1ulie's at it again! Beatnik Atmosphere pervades Purple Sye With a beatnik atmosphere the Purple Eye provides off- beat fun for the student body. Giant black footprints, long- haired silhouettes, and purple eyeballs "graced" the walls for the winter dance while a-go-go girls, Bette Coleman and Pat Rohmer, again set the pace. Kathy Crumley and Gerry Fulkerson stop for a refresher, So that's the way it's done! t t 1 Nw 4-ffgixgglgfg.- ,, ' s ',. f ., ,.g ' 'ggi' L ' 11 7.4.1 'Q' was 1, if at , x wil? Jef, t 'S , E you Q Q . W f t ,M rf, -i . .. . ,Q :aa- E t l S MQ? , Q 's e Room takes to the air! n m,'h Romp I Greg Ashe passes the time by paint- ing the floor. 54 ,Mardi Gras lfiggcst Sven! df Zfeur Home and School Association, combines the efforts of faculty, students, and parents to make the school's one fund-raising pro- ject a success. The public is invited to join in the fun under the Big Top where the "Bingo Pa1ace" Students busily prepare the gym for the Mardi Gras pageant The annual Mardi Gras, sponsored by the booths range from the cakewalk, golf, Chin- ese auction, and dart board, to Bingo in the Nolan s Desert Inn , ff' -I 3 ,.,-.Q-1 fwryvne Has glllfl Linder the l6'ig 5614! 1 ,,, . This little Indian doesn't know quite. what to make of that pink stuff. Don't you wonder whose picture inspires such enthusiasm? 2.3 v in W, f 4 Q Remember girls, the school gets a kick- back for every one you sell, At Last! Somebody won. All right - who dropped the streamer in the cotton candy? 1966 Mardi Gras court, Cheri Boyce, Nolan's Princess, is escorted by Chris Dunton. Sue I705!0lfI Kezyns as jlflarzi Gras .Queen Mayor Willard Barr crowns the 1966 Mardi Gras Queen, Miss Sue Poston of Arlington High School. Dance' j'f0l'I0l'S ,Mardi Gras Kvyalfy Miss Linda Abel 1965 Mardi Gras Queen, four teen selected princesses representing area high schools their escorts and Bill Freeman, king of the 1966 Mardi Gras compose the Royal Mardi Gras Court A committee of three prominent Fort Worth citizens chooses a queen to reign over the current year's festivities The queen for 1966 is Miss Sue Poston who represents Arlington High School Queen Sue is pre- sented with the traditional bou- quet of roses. 'u N. Z LT Spausors Uzird Annual Uaphy Debate lr 5- Sister Mary Jude, N, F, L, moderator, wishes the teams good luck as the debate begins. In the Trophy Debate, No1an's two highest rank- i ing debate teams compete Steve Maddux begins his V for the honored position attack but his partner Bob s. t y 7, 5 f -at of the schoo1's top deba- McConnell doesn't seem i - i i 5 ters. to agree with him. 5 You won't get away with that one, buddy! Judy Dornblaser accepts her winner's trophy from Sister Eleanor, Gleefpl Bill Parker is the other member of the winning team. 58 X Seniors Sponsar Variety Show The Seniors stage a riotous variety show including exotic singing groups, swinging combos, comedy routines, overgrown dwarfs, and a dashing M, C, Students, faculty, and parents have the time of their lives but no one enjoys it more than the stars of the show. , T7 ..,.t 'V A Why Jose, Ididn't know ,ii. is .tt. it g T, - that they had a chapter of p 5 gg ' y A, A, at Nolan, -5, - .7 t L ,N ,,. .V , ,, I Y '- qu , l. f f F' ' 1. g.rsKur1 . i '1 a Where's the Spaceship 'P Mr, Robert Dupree keeps his audience attentive as well as amused during the keynote address Marilyn Boullt receives her award from Father John Meyers Sister Jane Marie and her choral group present a number at the Honors' Convocation Administration and ?ncnlty Kecognikc J-lnnor Students On April 20th, Nolan honors in a special program, students who maintain a 3. 2 scholastic average or above for three quarters, and a conduct rating of 3.0 with no grade below a 3. This year nine seniors receive letters for the fourth straight year, Mr. Robert Dupree, vice-president and Chairman of the board of the Continental National Bank, gave the keynote address. Father John Meyers, diocesan Superintendent of Schools, presents the awards, Parents follow the program with pride in the students' achievements. , -. Smivr flrfmfr Students SENIOR HONOR STUDENTS: Ric fs ' ,ll . ,4,, 7 I1 , ' Potter, Rufino Mendoza, David Sie- Q J 'E ff bold, Bill Glasser, Frank Kuban, Dwain Mees, Taylor Maddux, Ron Wangler, Rowland Aertker, David Smith, Greg Ashe, Pat Matzner, Jerry Keating, John Johnson, Buz Ziegler, Mike Heim, Bob Tingle, Walter Hammond, Jim Lloyd, -Yikmi ml I .ls FOUR YEAR HONOR STUDENTS: Judy Dornblaser, Don- na Miller, Cathy Penn, Carol Neilon, ii Linda Doane, Eliza- beth Meyer, Larry Johnson, Tony Alholm, Ken ' "-3 Q A K W S 5 f 'T ff' 1 .Wit -1 ' WW". 5? 1' Fenoglio, T H M I if Y ia ' '55 S , 1: , M ilt an tj' r . 'if . :. Bw-:W IL V, at A6-f r .gf-,,. rx, ,, ..,, .,, 7,1 A M4 ,, I. .,.,, , .,,,, , W, A, Wim 13' V' ' " 1' '- --'.':13w -m y at f H, 1 as ,gf ti me I, ,t 5 ,,V' 2' an " ' " E t ai r V' , 72 1 ' J. f K fi .. ,, jj. Wifi ' . ,,. f fu if ' A 4 J . J tif 1- th SENIOR HONOR STUDENTS: Ellen Fontenot, Kathy Crumley Nancy Anderson, Ginda Abra- ham, Charlotte Fox, Patti O'Kane, Jean Czajkowski, Mary Jo Leone, Wanda Atkins, Karen LaCroix, Bonnie Mate- tich, Kathy McGuire, Judy Winaski, Helen Cochran, Francia Marzonie, Evelyn Washington, Marianne Dulle, Marilyn Boullt, Janet Hopkins, Sue Ann Quinn, bl IUNIORS: Debbe Richardson, Caryl Dalton, Mary Ellen Godfrey, Mary Walsh, Marilyn Perricone, Frances Shelton, Teresa Butts, Pam Miller, Jan Hunter, Paula Addison, Kay Cos- grove, Teresa Sivek, Paula Simmons, Rosemary Stanton, Candy Kurtin, Lynn Davis, Shirley Farrell, Carla Anderson. Students Sfmf SOPHOMORESg Steve LaCroix, Gregg Ballentine, Ken Wiemar, Bill Fulkerson, Bernie Skrehart, Steve Hartnett, Mike Matetich, Richard Duran, Bill Horne, Mike 3allentine, Vernon Evans, Feagin Ning, 1, B, Hall, FRESHMEN: Vic Thompson, Ray- mond Brignac, Glenn Duncan, John Romer, Steve Kirchern, Wendall Zartman, Charles Greene, Paul Daigle, Tom Murphy, Byron Bolli- ger, Sam Calvin, Dennis Neel. fc Maintain Academic Excellence FRESHMEN: Kathy Holler, Mary Jane Abraham, Kathy Gallagher, Barbara Meyer, Jan Weber, Carolyn Mullen, Cathy Dalton, Barbara Jurajda, Dani Porter, Marian I-liler, Mary Potter, Nancy Schwalbach, Becky Saavedra, Missy Parrish, Susan Benoit, Beth Barber, Mary Beth Atkins, Nancy St. Clair. FRESHMEN: Carl Webb, Ken Surber, John Kuban, Tom Andries, Terry Pannell, John Vernon, James Jones, Ken Miller, Andy Tipton, Don Claussen, Brian Farrington, Nicholas Lux. SOPHOMORES: Rita Vita, Ann Kretzschrnar, Ruth Rourke, Barbara Miller, Joann Trojacek Paulette Barwinkle, Ruth Stud- er, Judy Welborn, Judy Shula, Darla Rucker, Chris Strelczyk, Barbara Murphy, Peggy Con- nelly, Mary Kay Curda, 5 63 PROM COURT ROYALTY Left to right: Mike Grant, Master of Ceremonies, Duchess Mary Kay Kleuser escorted by Steve Meyers, Princess Sandy Walton escorted by Ken Fenoglio, Princess Bette Coleman escorted by Jerry Keating, Princess Donna Miller escorted by Tony Alholm, and Duchess Pam Grove escorted by Mike Thompson. Pram Jfauors Seniors The crowning of Prom Queen Sandra Walton, the beat of the Bar- ons, and the "Three Coins in a Fountain" atmosphere highlight the 1966 Junior-Senior Prom. A large crowd in formal finery, turn out, despite the rain, to the Western Hills Four Seasons' Ballroom. Andree Shaw and Mike Grant head the Junior Prom Committee which plans the event to honor the seniors. 1966 Prom Queen--Sandra Walton, escorted by Ken Fenoglio, And I thought he was kidding when he said he had to study for a test, 64 i 3011! Seasaus Hallroom Scene af Uzrec' g0il'I.S' in a Qvurziain Couples enjoy a break while freshman waiters refill the punch supply, "Tickets, please, ' Music by the Barons entertains guests of the Prom. Mr. Frank Hughes opens Fine Arts Week at special assembly. , 5 ' jV0la14 H0015 Scwnd Annual Wm' ,flrfs Week Nolan Student Council proudly presents its Fine Arts Week, 1966. This week salutes and pays tribute to the fine arts, those products of the communion between man's spirit and the inner being of things. Mr. Frank C. Hughes, Dean of Fine Arts, Professor of Music at Texas Christian University, gives the introductory address to the student body on Monday, April 25. On Tues- day, Nolan Choral Club presents "The Sound of Music" to demonstrate the music from the earliest church services to that of modern Broadway. On Wednesday, Hollywood comes to Nolan in a special viewing of "On the Waterfront" starring Marlon Brando. Thursday is N, F, L, day with special assem- blies to hear talented members of the League, The hilarious "You Can't Take It With You" occupies Saturday and Sunday nights. During the week, students view the art work of No- lan and T, C, U, students. ' T? 'E i :f ' T f , ff I t 3, ' f M ' -. 'Y t .l as - . , 1 'V X ' E if , 'H W T W .Q A y as . T755 H' , A if A Vl' ,, .9 'GI FT 'fa Sister Jane Marie and the choral acknowl y A "' V .5 Vs' , f r edges the applause after a number. f s at .tt Q. and then this dove flies into the kitchen. Q 121 ' r il lllt. il Evelyn Washington and Elevene McClellan ber of the Wedding" at the N. F, L, assembly give their prize-winning cutting from "Mem- U rl ' 'V . . but I like Oreos! bfi is , c Students flock to the box office to view "On the Waterfront" David Smith, Patti O'Kane, Sue Quinn discuss one of the art pieces on exhibit in the corridors and ,err He's got enough fireworks down there to blow up the whole state!" 1 N R Q I 5 Guess what, folks? 1 Svuivrs Praduca l Ullou 61114 'f l Cake ll With you" Climaxing Fine Arts Week is the produc tion of the senior sponsored play "You can' take it with you" by Moss Hart and George! Kauffman. Under the patient direction of Brother Charles Rahe, eighteen seniors and "Are you feeling tired, tense, irritable?" My mother told me there'd be days like this. one junior romp through three acts of wild mixups and hilarious situations, Romance and youth win out in the end as Alice is united to Tony despite the crazy antics of the family, l 1 Family Portrait Gas! of Wfaracters PENELOPE SYCAMORE ESSIE --------- RHEEA ------- PAUL SYCAMORE - - MR, DEPLNNA - - - ED CARMICHAEL - - - DONALD ------- MARTIN VANDERHOFF ALICE ----- ----- MR, HENDERSON - - TONY KIRBY ---- BORIS KOLENKHOV - - GAY WELLINGTON - - MR, KIRBY ----- MRS, KIRBY - - - G-MEN ------- OLGA KATARINA - - DIRECTOR ----- "Mr, DePinna, don't be I such a showoff. " - - - - Carol Neilon - - Ann Moore - - Elsie Andrews - - Dave Siebold - - Ken Fenoglio - Larry Johnson - - - - Jose Hurd - - Tom Franchina - - Nancy Anderson - - - Bill Glasser - - Tony Alholm - - - - Roy Alholm - Cecilia Cigainero - - - -Jeff Brucker ------------- E1lenHanlon - - Ershel Redd, Bill Freeman, Jim Lloyd -------------BetteColem-an - - - - Brother Charles Rahe E "Of course, l'm an old crook! 1. Aw' Vi' , is I .a , ,A K y K ,, ,, r 1. K 1 .. Jw. .nv- Sfudenls 50 ,411 Ou! I0 Keaufyy Salma! Kampzzs This year Nolan students take upon themselves the respon- sibility of beautifying the campus. The seniors start work on a future student lounge by laying drainage pipes and com- pleting the concrete area between C corridor and the gym. The juniors assumed care of the courtyard between A and B corridors. The entire area is dug up and new grass is planted A symmetrical design of ground covers completes the court- yard. The sophomore class decides to further beautify the re- cently laid tennis courts. They plan to arrange shrubbery and trees around the area. Wait until I get my hands on the guy that signed me up for this. W3 4 'yi Senior chain-gang works fiercely at digging ditches. 70 Sister Mary David clevours the plans for the junior project, --. V,.,..., I Senivrs Work to 67101055 launge I thought this was a college prep school. Sophvmores Star! Prajecf ,Near Tennis Kaur! A d' t th ' Get along lime doggie. Wiexog is e m21P. Fwo more mches a ,furziars Zfransfrfrm Patio 0. Shake it up Baby. . . Weshmeu and Sophamores "Wwe Out" at ,flflafer In the spring Freshmen and Sophomores swing to the surfing K' sound of the Chalonis at "Wipe-out" the annual Freshmen- Sophomore mixer, Plans for the dance are invented and exe- cuted by the Freshman and Sophomore officers under the di- rection of the Student Council. Fish have more fun at Nolan mixers. v ,! Ml I wonder if she uses strong-hold hairspray The boys in Chicago wil never believe this. Z Sports f 74 'bf. If-'wr2f2fffPiH"' wwf,-,1:.sff:gL1L,mw ,vu ,rflsggz , 1 27 'E 1 3 'L l ' 3 N mx, ,j,1 ,wg'i"f ,, H ff z ---' 'H , - 'fiiliwf-',5w2:ffA5f?Z 'QMS 5 fel' ,,,. :xiii ..1 fs- , .. ' 11w"A,.:2' "' JA 'VM' 'if ffm,gffifT:f?agi,g'yg,,'5,S' 157S5gfIfLfff5,g1?f?gggg:?f,,B'F-ree: 'ffl' -1 f- af wer- lr I - an 1 . .. . - H .. - 6. .: ,wifi N - . - -,Q 1 Q 'mfr iz, , ',.: - ' -, 1 Q ed:-ififmkwfsf "KKL" ,,., , 6 , if " rgggwrgrg-'nga 4 SM . ,, 1 i22 1 1 Q'2 ,,E 2iL1 bffiQ L ? srrrrr 3 L, A 5 ri, J' 3 3 ,, 1 V ' O' i, , , I 1 is Y ' ,,. kr ,,: 2: Q , T 1 , i 5 , 1 1 1 be ee ,gs 1' 1966 NOLAN VIKING FOOTBALL TEAM Arr O'Connor 1731, Steve Gibbs, 1701, Greg McNaghton 1621, Chris Curtis 1231, Dennis Blaschke 1611, Ed Bellman 1501, Butch Polk 1431, Don Brown 1631, Chris Y Brucker 1301, Ken Fenoglio 1201, Chuck Flanagan 1401, Buz Ziegler 141, John John- y son 1641, Mike Thompson 121, Joe Rodriguez 1741, Coach Irvin, Coach Wilkes g Joe Dances 1521, Ed Fonner 1801, Bill Freeman 1721, Tom Cowan 111, Mike Lance H 1831, Mike Scallan 1711, Pete Schneider 1751, Tom Donaldson 1321, Sammie George 17 61, Bob Tingle 1221, Walter Hammond 1841, Larry Morton 1311, Don Thompson 1811, TOM COW AN ERSHEL REDD , BILL FREEMAN QQN J BUZ ZIEGLER DON THOMPSON X M ffl EMU P. I 'RYE SA" 1-Mr" IRQ!" 15 All-District ,g 1 gggg my 1, V331 A11 District A11-stare 1' A uv A11 Stare Honorable 0 'i f ' 'rii" Honorable Mention V,,i, ir- r g ,3 .., , , All-District Mention ' 3 1 All-State fw y - ,,., .J1 J -2 Au'AmeriCan All-District A11-District All-Stare A11'SI21IC Honorable Mention rgzzfrfrvi-ff:-:.:g4-151 . ,ggguzqw-F-591,, - :i'2x-43' 'r 5 :SV 31. +i1iF4?f?EH M 1 - ', g-1522.1 fr? flbsr V . nr- : 311.15-A . V-g,gsg93i12'r -fimrm W i. f- is 3 1- A 1 ... Wm. 1,1 : 3 : are ' ' ,.1"e-ff! ,I ' O rf . A ni if.f':M' -4 h . . f 11. , Hag, ' 1'-SS, :gin ,QQ , , ' 2 , ",- -'FFT' V' ' 'War ZW Wi' ET' , . i, 555 sw? 1 . , ,... 1' - 2 h 5 ijvfisgfmw f L 4 , A , , s x 'Mg A '. , Qi SK 1 : " 1- -Z I N A ' 3 f - , , 9 , . - .4 ., 4 s i ' vs 55 3' J 1 dit- The Nolan '66 football team, backed by determination and teamwork always takes to the field with one goal-victory, Z Led by tri-captains Chuck Flanagan, Buz Zeigler, and Bill Freeman, the Nolan team works its way through the season. Larry Morton rounds end on a touchdown dash against Fort Worth Christian, Bob Tingle attempts to block for Chris Brucker's end run. The 1965-66 Vikings are honored at a pep rally before the Diamond Hill game. SEASON'S RECORD NOLAN 6 Forney 20 18 Diamond Hill 6 Springtown 38 Greenhill 54 F, W, Christian 12 Lynch 3 Dunne 3 Jesuit 12 7 Reicher 27 ,Nrflarz Zfoflrzzll- Zmmufvrk and Spirit Operator calling, please deposit another dime in the telephone post. P 1 Butch Polk hauls down a Reicher back Larry Meyers gives Buz Ziegler another 50 lashes with a wet noodle. Chuck Flanagan, Buz Ziegler, and Don Thompson make life look bad for a Reicher back. Nolan Downs Zyncn Buz Ziegler runs to the opposite side of his block- ing for the fourth time in the Green Hill game. I2-8 Tom Cowan sings the latest in pop tunes as Coach Irvin and Jim Krivanek listen intently And Jesuit loses another five yards. Diamrwd J-fills Rvws in ,Nolan 78-O Coach Wilkes congratulates John Johnson on an outstanding game. Don Thompson cleats the way for Ken Fenoglio's dash against Diamond Hill, ,411 Brother Droste focuses in on the pretty girls across the way, Chris Brucker bulls his way forward against Greenhill. ,Nolan llpsefs Dunne 3-O Buz Ziegler consults with Coach Irvin during the Springtown game. 1966 NOLAN "B" FOOTBALL TEAM Victor Sosa 1601, Richard Fenoglio 1121, Mike Baush 1211, Jaime Padilla 1531, Marian Renteria 1311, Terry Pannell 1741, Buz Coady 1621, Dennis Neel 1761, John Levitt 1801, Pat Franko 1671, David Nycz 1111, Tim Morton 1851, Mike Butler 1401, Chuck Franchina 1311, Tommy Redd 1531, Glen Duncan 1421, Paul Gonzalez 1141, Jerry Pannell 1331, Jim Hanlon - mgr. g Mike Barbolla - assistant Coach, Dave Stra- ley 1131, Larry Strittmatter 1731, Reed Greene 1751, John Umphrey 1701, David Flanagan 1811, Jim Jones 1771, Brother Vacker - Coach. NOLAN'S DISTRICT CHAMPION TEAM Managers Ron Dungan, Jim Krivanek, f35j Richard Pustejorsky, C229 Mike Heim, f32j Charles Shipman, 1215 George Wren, fllj Steve Meyers, 1311 Mike Grant, C223 Don Thompson f34j Tom Ray, 1121 Sam Rodriquiz, f24j Mike Thompson, Q31-D Ed Fonner, fl4Q John Gilday f15j Buz Ziegler. Nolan Cakes Secand in State The Nolan '66 basketball team, through constant effort and sportsmanlike teamwork, not only wins district but also takes first runner-up position in the state play-offs. Thanks to the efforts of Nolan's all- state players Ed Fonner and Mike Thompson and all district player Sam Rodriquiz, Nolan succeeded in winning six straight games in district play. District play is not their only area of success however. Nolan also takes second place in the Brewer Tournament and first in the Knights of Colum- bus Tournament at Jesuit High School, NOLAN 76 66 70 90 89 '7 8 63 102 DISTRICT RECORD Reicher Dunne Jesuit Re icher Jesuit Lynch Dunne Lynch SAMMY RODRIGUEZ W T rs gi 'fe T X ,. Liga H , ,,,wQ' T My 'rf' if 'IE Z! 2, 'b,' ' , D ,,gg':33 :XV 3 iwfzlxii-R:r2f . A ff: M at M1-..p,.f M , rrrr M if V"7'k:3:-'lkzrh-Q SHN' M Dream Team A11-District All-State Hhampivn vlan ED F ON NER Basketball Umm MIKE THOMPSON if 2 f, . W VV In we ,,,: V .,,... , W Q . ,ii T. 2 Q W.. . . W? A 5 . , " N I 7 ? ' 1 ' My 'Q . A ,. T1 ' ' I , I ' -, sl? Dream Team All-District aww? fo?-. . emu, , -- ,Ji In Dream Team All-District A11-State "Wou1d you believe . . . " P- 3 - T r .rrr7, - 5 T 5 .K Q r r 'gif 5 5 it T Going , . ." Everybody has their own way of getting things done. "Going ,Nolan Zfapplas' jcszzit 8 9-5 7 -ili- iiimggiii 0' 82 ?riars gllff Wcfim to ,Nalan lO2-50 "It's a bird, it's a plane . I've seen people jump before, but this is ridiculous. Ballet a-go-go Thompson goes for two ,Nolan Uzrizfes an livfory All eyes are on John Gilday, Put your arms down, you bother me, Pardon me, but that ball belongs to this school "Take State, " When I say I want the ball, I want it now. Kcichcr 911115 in Nolan 90-58 Gilday makes a shot from the key. B TEAM BASKETBALL TOP ROW: Greg Ballantine, Feagan Wing, Robert Spratt, Vernon Evans, Mark Romeo, MIDDLE ROW: Coach Sohm, Randy Meyers, Ken Clark, Steve Jameson, Chris Senchack, Steve LaCroix, Ron Hake, BOTTOM ROW: Keith Linton, Steve Hartnett, George Wren, Gary Skrasek, Steve Bean NOLAN'S CHAMPION TRACK TEAM: Coach Irvin, Walter Hammond, Oscar Garza, Larry Morton, Pat Matzner, Glen Duncan, David Nelson, Reed Green, Bob Tingle, Bob Shocklee, Ed Fonner, Jon Romer, Pat Barbolla, Don Nelson, Buz Ziegler, Dave Flanagan, Tom Kleuser, Rus Potter, Ric Potter, Pat Gal- lagher, Robert Spratt, Vernon Evans. Not picturedg Tom Cowan and George Wren This year s track team, dominates the track scene. Thanks especially to the abili- ty of our champion 440 yard relay team, our champion mile relay team, and especially - - ' to the Most Valuable Athlete Ric Potter, Nolan shows true track form. Nvlan Crack KS.. For Sale: 4 Trophies, 20 Medals, and 1 Gold Watch. likhqw Zhnnhmdv Zbunmammuf.Swwv ecdgiw' 1 x r K1 Y Q aw igi Q iEf 'ki Champion Mile Relay Team--Tingle, Potter, Mor- ton, and Schocklee L A Amt NPV? i gjx h ?Qwf?1 C or ri C t i ii Cowan, Wren, Tingle, Morton-- Nolan's Champion 440 yd. team. Ric Potter receives Most Valuable Athlete Award at Texas Catholic Jesuit Track Meet, 87 -fm 'ef 4 W wi e e 1 e of Qin Q ,Q M? .Q lbw' g ,Y ,M 'tx frmyf fl , Cams Kathokc X 4521- f 1' ' H, 5 9' s i, -Q 95 em Y - x,., W M gf' X Jw 1 6 ff 2 254- il' They may have taken first place but we got second and th1rd I MIS? S TW., r sawn? 5 Z X r Potter begins last lap of mile relay-- W6 WOH. ggwgaglssh. .fr W .f-,,,..... .M .. - P- fl 1 9513: - I rrff, fp It's the dash for the "Dash Ed Fonner--Nolan s hrgh hurdle man. Niuf .ar Fonner hurdles his way to another medal, TOP ROW: Rufino Mendoza, John Johnson, Joe Dances, Pat Farrell, Sam Rodriguez, Joe Mosby, Buz Ziegler, Don Thompson, Coach Friday BOTTOM ROW: Dale Johnson, Pat Barbolla, George Mendoza, Larry Meyers, Jim Robertson, Dennis Blaschke, John Dacy 011114 Baseball A. The Nolan '66 baseball team takes to the field always determined to emerge victorious. All-district form was especially exhibited by John Johnson, Ken Clark, and Sam Rodriguez. John Johnson - All District John Johnsonshows "A1l District" form Nh, '-rr-'U Xi 41.1 1 f W7-'1-Ali' l Axl' r mh ,, ,. an Vi , ,,, xi c - if ' f ,Qsf Ken Clark - All District Ziegler slams a homerun? Sam Rodriguez All District Next time pick up the ball before you throw it, Ah come on! Quit showing off and throw the ban' Coach Friday yells out sugges- tions to batter, 9I One picture is worth a thousand words. Sminrs- frzfmmural Zhamps Cowan prepares special karate chop. 92 lim, . 4A,,kkk, , ,.. W i ,l'i,'p - O'Conner scores for victorious seniors. - ff of fi r 'PW Q 1 I I s irrrs K 1 Sophomores--lst runners-up, '7"i Batman's mother-in-law strikes again. The action in the Senior-Faculty game moves so fast that the camera can't keep up. DO1'1'I give up faculty--you still have 5 seconds I ,,s, . isy 151, Seniors Wzjvff Out Sffzculfy 41-36 lean, W If Q F2111 ,...,, ,Q ,Ugg ,.ess A N, vs,,..i ,,.. ,..- A , fl Faculty quote--"We try hard?" T Girls' Sprfrfs: Basketball Dani and Rhea do the tango while Rosemary double-dribbles the ball, Ellen Fontenot blocks Mary Narvaez' throw. 3 J Girls wreak havoc on gym floor! ,2i,2Z . ,,.. T ey,y T , . . ,. . , 3-,P fir. . ' ',.,M, ' ,H - 221511, , i.. L, ,1 I ,, , 5222: H W' my i ,I - f K, -aiu-an 5:2 9 ' 'H Q T' K X gil y a e , ii' M K L 'L yaa eyay B eyyy T T ""'f"" yey y BOTTOM ROWg Patsy Doskocil, Beverly Kostochryz Kathy Clare, Becky Saavedra, Dani Porter, MIDDLE ROW, Marilyn Mueller, FRESHMAN CHAMPS--Carla Evans, Teresa Hicks, Barbara Meyer, Janice Benoit, TOP ROWg Rhea Flynn, Barbara Jurajda, Lucia Hart, Terri Rucker, Suzanne Benoit. Vvllbyball Evelyn Washington tips one over in championship style, Fontenot sets-up to Meyer, as L. Jones looks on, ,.qr SENIOR CHAMPS--FIRST ROW: Ann Cardenas Evelyn Washington Elizabeth Meyer Janet Hopkins Ellen Fontenot SECOND ROW, Karen LaCroix Kathy McGuire, Annie Garcia Dianne Bones Jones Mary Zalesak, Loretta Jones Q S ii in S, ii i. 355-iksssiffi 'WW' , . L 1 to ' 4 - v 2 - ' X X X in W p E H W O 7 ' , . ls W r W fr R , ' I X i ,ig .-"l' Q : QQ , T55 vw I it .W . D I U I ' . .. .- I I I ' 95 505 Zimm- Uzird in mfs , 'S 'i ' , ,,,. .1 t, , IVA VL Dynamic Duo takes to the rough. This year's golf team is the first in No1an's history to take L district, From district they go to 3rd place in the State Tourna- ment. Senior member Ernie Klarich wins the state medalist trophy, Credit also goes to Steve Jameson, Steve Bean, Steve Meyers, and Ron Hake for winning other trophies for the Nolan team. Bean and Connolly hit into 19th green. ,I wt., 3 5 Qmisrg -4,51 y it f-if i J 6 ,W Qi' M li W 5 'W "F-1-v-eff" Coach Bro, Sweeney--the only non'-player, A l 'Ill V fl As-5 i gg-A C-18 Brother Gilbert Vacker Bobby Donaldson - President, lst Semester Larry Kaler - President, 2nd Semester Tommy Redd - lst Vice-President, lst Semester Joe Vernon - lst Vice-President, 2nd Semester David Straley - 2nd Vice-President, lst Semester Larry Welborn - 2nd Vice-President, 2nd Semester Rich Fenoglio - 3rd Vice-President, both Semesters 0Mccr.s' Introduced to Student Gocfcrrzmcuf My - . if ,f H 5 ' 4' 5 , ,'-' l"' . Wa - -'WW A X if -W 'Y Mg ' V X ., G . ,, ,A ,: ,wwf-my-Q -an 35' ' I P L ,L , I V X is i z E : fi: ' V K K ' V1 uit- -277 ,KLK ' . ' . -A A -1 " ' is is ' - - tn 'E K I ,P ,,,fR,M, , 1. K gg 1 .if ' -.rt P ,., ,.-, . f" , i is 1' 12 Q K I .5 f fa, .Q.g.tf ' ' fm' 2 E,j'Ww,i,,g l , 1 1. -gl: A ,I it , gig X . F ' ' A-16 Sister Laura Snakard Dani Porter Mary Potter Nancy St. Clair Mary Sharon President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer A-18 Sister Rita Claire Missy Parish Jeanean, Herberger Pamie Alford Carla Evans A-20 Sister Lucia Hart Lucy Crider Rhea Flynn Tundi Baliko President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Mary Vianney President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer C-20 Brother Edmund Escudero Paul Gonzales - President, both Semesters Reed Green - lst Vice-President, lst Semester Mike Farrell - lst Vice-President, 2nd Semester David Flanagan - 2nd Vice-President, both Semesters John Romer - 3rd Vice-President, lst Semester Raymond Brignac - 3rd Vice-President, 2nd Semester C-21 Mr, Staton Vic Thompson - President, both Semesters Jim Jackson - lst Vice-President, lst Semester Steve Kirchen - lst Vice-President, 2nd Semester Mike Bausch - 2nd Vice-President, lst Semester Paul Daigle - 2nd Vice-President, 2nd Semester Pat Holveck - 3rd Vice-President, lst Semester Jimmy Hanlon - 3rd Vice-President, 2nd Semester i ff ,, we -.tw K ft swlf ff-e i 4, 'V I 1 i' e "Ulu ..,, Yr gk N ,fs ,KV Zfcshman Spirit Gains Mameulum -a if J, uf I N. . t- ri f Q J, , f 's 4 :A it ,,,f. Www- , ' f"". -Aix? ,czjfirgr Er . aa. 1 Gailey Abraham C-21 Mary Jane Abraham A- Peggy Altgilbers A-16 Tom Andries C-18 Vicki Armstrong A-18 Mary Arrington A-20 John L. Atkins C-21 Mary Beth Atkins A-20 Hreshmeu Meal Wzalleuge af Nolan? .?0ur- year Plan George Bailey C-20 Jan Bailey A-20 Beth Barber A-16 Debbie Bartula A-18 Janice Benoit A-20 Susan Benoit A-20 Timo thy Bergmann C-20 Byron Bolliger C-18 Bridget Bradley A-18 Cynthia Brown A-18 . . . . and I thought Sth grade was hard! " Bob Casebolt C-18 Debbie Chapman A-20 Michael D, Chenevert C-21 Dennis Cigainero C- Mary Cigainero A18 Kathy Clare A-20 Donald W. Claussen Buzz Coady C-18 Nancy Cocoa A-20 Joe Cochran C-20 Patti Coke A-18 Michael James Butler C-21 Jeanne Caesar A-16 Sam Calvin C-18 21 K it f'7fQfiW 52 'mm 0 A 2 ' f A 1, XZ r 1 Neil E, Coleman C-21 Kathy Connelly A-16 C I-or y C Don Cox C-18 Cathy Dalton A-16 Rebecca Diaz A-18 i Sally Dohna A-18 Vincent Dolson C-18 Patsy Doskocil A-20 l N Elaine Drake A-20 Glenn Duncan C-21 Mary Edwards A-16 Qrcshmcu give Stmug Brian Farrington C-21 Juanita Ford A-1 8 Charles F, Franchina C-21 an.. . Gs l02 Patrick E. Franko C-21 Elizabeth Fruggiero A-20 Janice Gaither A-18 Kathy Gallagher A-18 CarolGapinski A-16 , . Boys' uniform? Support ta Student Activities Debbie Henegan A-16 Patricia Henesey A-20 Teresa Hicks A-16 Marian Hiler A-16 David Hoelke C-20 Kathy Holler A-20 Roger T. Hunter C-21 John Ipock C-18 Loretta Gehringer A-20 Gregory L. Geisler C-21 Charles Gieb C-20 Dennis Grace C-21 Carol Hauber A-18 Doretta Heise A-20 , ,, ,VM f L 1 NK 5 is wil ' . .x ,Ng,,N ,. , , f . ...- ,N K 31 .G t is ' 4 H wx gf :VXA ...- ,B - .1 ' "N 44 x XP Clayton Johnson C-20 Jimmy Jones C-20 Linda Jones A-18 Rita Jones A-20 f Vic Jungman C-18 Barbara Jurajda A-16 Thomas Kane C-20 .Weshmeu-Soph Lflftafcr Timothy 1- Keating 021 Kimaws year? ,Activities Beverly Klarich A-18 Joyce Konecny A-16 Beverly Kostohryz A-16 i l I John Kuban C-18 Cloud Kurun C-20 This. . . Vic Thompson? Milt Lance C-18 Alverna Laux A-18 John Levitt C-20 Cindy Littlefield A-20 Nick Lux C-18 Jimmy Lyons C-21 . 1 John W. Mcconheii C-21 Q Q Arthur Marsh C-20 get r Nikki Massey A-20 'fi'i' Barbara Meyer A-18 .fgs 'VM W4 fir, n ,,..,l,,. Kenneth Miller C-20 Carleen Moller A-20 John Moore C-20 Tim Morton C-20 Marilyn Mueller A-20 George W. Mulder C-21 Terrie Mulholland A-18 Caroline Mullen A-16 Thomas V. Murphy C-21 Dennis Neel C-18 David Nycz C-18 Terry O'Keefe A-18 ' x" ig, ' i - :N ,I rg :gg , P iff -9 WJ fx ii k Q -, , ' ,,., or P. , .P Q Q. , f E -- . ' 9 5 I ' ' pgi3Si-"'b"'- as .1 4' 'in Q Nl, IO6 I s.,. .... ,, E if " ki l , Anna Pitz A-16 Richard Porter C-18 Mary Pustejovsky A-16 Clyde Randle C-21 Karen Ray A-18 Ronald A. Reed C-21 "Gosh, you've gotten so tall, I'd never have recognized you! " f-f-,, if 1 Jack Oliver C-20 Stephen Owen C-18 Jaime Padilla C-21 Jerry T, Pannell C-18 John Terry Pannell C-20 Priscilla Parkman A-20 Richard Parman C-20 Rick Pavlicek C-18 Pamela Pearson A-20 Chris .Perricone C- 20 Kay Petra A-18 Frances Pieters A-16 E James Reese C-20 Marion Renteria C-18 Larry Reynolds C-18 Gary Riggs C-16 Kathleen Riggs A1 8 Mikie Rimar A-16 - Sally Riordan A-18 ' ' s-s Debra Roberts A-20 di Cindy Rodriguez A-20 V 7 ' 9ivf'3' Angela Romeo A-1 6 Thomas Rourke C-18 aw. - .Weshmeu ,4-20 Win Hatman-Mardi Gras Eamfcsf Teri Rucker A-16 Becky Saavedra A-18 George Sandoval C-18 Patrick Scantlin C-18 Tommy Scheeler C-20 Peggy Schutz A-18 Nancy Schwalbach A-16 aaaa I '98 iN-' xt, Q : Andy Tipton C-18 Daniel Sullivan Kenneth Surber i Michael Tatarko .8111 Terri Tingle A- Linda Senesac A-18 David Shaw C-20 y Karen Simeroth A-1 Buzz Smith C-20 Bernadette Sodd A-l 4 r VictorSosa C-18 i Charles E, sren C-5 Tricia Stieber A-18 Fran Strelczyk A-16 Larry Strittmatter C C-20 C-20 C-21 16 .Weshmau girls Gaptui "Girls, what about number 10? Are you sure it's right?" Bobby Tomanek C-21 "Hey, man, when you get this rack filled, just push it out to the truck. I Shades of Flipper kasketball and Vvlleyluzll f Jniramurals Gary Tregre C-18 Holly Trotter A-18 lu John T, Umphrey C-21 George Vandeventer C-20 Frances Vasquez A-18 Craig Wagner C-18 Mike Warner C-20 Viki Watson A-16 5, ,r, . ,+. ,rm . Carl Webb C-18 g g Jan Marie Weber ij tie f if rlfe,- A-1 6 g ' l Pam Wheaton r f e r Wendall Zartman W X VW C-21 Steve Zebrowski C -21 Alla! "Mary had a little lamb" ff I ,.ww.-35 wk' ...J ,-...N ,fx I K. 2 I E qw T a my - : 1 -:rim v 1 -v mmnml , C-l 9 Father Hazel George Wren - President, both Semesters Tom Kleuser - lst Vice-President, lst Semester Lee Norton - lst Vice-President, 2nd Semester Steve Jameson - 2nd Vice-President, lst Semester. Steve LaCroix - 2nd Vice President, 2nd Semesterg 3rd Vice-President, lst Semester. Tommy Speeg - 3rd Vice-President, 2nd Semester, Saphamorc OMcc'rs Prapasc Cenuis Kaur! tvrajecf A-19 Sister Martin Joseph Kathy Lischio President Lynn Coleman Vice-President Maria Leza Secretary Sharon Tompkins A-21 Sister Adelaide J Sheri Abraham President Jane Flynn Vice-President Eunice Heim Secretary Barbara Johnson Treasurer A-22 Sister Bernadette Marie Paula O'Brien President Edna Miller Vice- President Cindy Thompson Secretary Diane Doskocil Treasurer C-17 Father Walter Schorp Ken Wiemar - President, both Semesters Randy Meyers - lst Vice-President, both Semesters Neil Kopp - 2nd Vice-President, lst Semester Pat Farrell - 2nd Vice-President, 2nd Semester Steve Mocio - 3rd Vice-President, lst Semester Mark Romeo - 3rd Vice-President, 2nd Semester Mike Matetich places first on the local level in the Optimist Club Oratory con- test, C-16 Brother James Droste Don Ray - President, both Semesters Tom Stewart - lst Vice-President, lst Semester Mike Matetich - lst Vice-President, 2nd Semester Russ Potter - 2nd Vice-President, lst Semester Earl Mitchell - 2nd Vice-President, lst Semester Bobby Lukeman - 3rd Vice-President, lst Semester Ken Gillaspy - 3rd Vice-President, 2nd Semester 1452? www s. 1 x . "T, U . sg. -' -A 2 2: ' 'ff -i1 Q I S - ' Q ' 1 , I , gil! 1 139 vs... A A Suzanne Adams ry Kathy BiCli1'1Skl A19 Ozell Birks C17 t'.- kkykk . gf A Aw " fl Joann Trojacek and Ruth Rourke display the First Prize bulletin board during the Homecoming Week. mpvx. 'fl' A21 Gregg Ballentine M C17 Mike Ballentine C19 Pattie Bartula 1 A21 l Paulette Barwinkel A21 1 Steve Bean C16 Robert Becan C16 Ann Behl A19 Richard Bennett C19 Gary Benson C17 1 I O Sophvmvres Zhoseu us? Nolan A-GO-Go dance contest winners. 1 V This proves that the arm bone is connected to the neck bone and the neck bone is connected to the head bone is connected to the, , , Provisional Honor Sooioty ,flftoozoors I I Mike Boteler C16 Robert Boucher ' C19 Jerry Brandt C19 1 Cathie Bransford A19 Bette Brooks A22 Michael Brouillette C17 Jeni Brown A19 Pat Bullard A19 Patty Butler A21 Anna Caesar A21 Brad Carter C16 Chris Chamber- lain A21 Van Chandler C19 Ken Clark C17 Meg Coakley A22 Peggy Connolly A19 Mike Cosgrove C19 Mike Cramer C17 David Crear C17 Carolyn Cumby A22 Mary Kay Curda A21 Jim Davidson C1 6 Lydia Diaz A1 9 Mary Gilday A22 Charlene Glasser A1 9 Peter Gould C17 Pat Grace C19 Edward Drew C16 Richard Duran C17 Don Eierdam C16 Vemon Evans C19 Clary Ferris A19 Myra Fletcher A19 Bill Fulkerson C16 Pat Gallagher C19 my fy ,ELL . You get a nickel and I'1l get a dime, we'1l go out and buy some wine . . . 1 V Charles Green l C-17 Gregg Greenwood C16 reta Greer A22 illian Gwozdz A22 Illonnie Hake C19 Alvia Hall A19 II, B, Hall C19 ike Hall C16 eo Hartnett C17 teve Hartnett 1 C16 iDelores Hawkins ' A21 lMary Lynn Hebert A22 llvlary Laura Helbing A22 atricia Henderson A19 ill Horne C16 ike Hudon C19 ennis Jettun C17 Dale Johnson C17 Gail Johnson A22 Pat Kaercher C16 Jeff Kalista C16 Theresa Kane A21 Bill Kellenberger C16 Ann Kretzschrnar A22 Joe Kuban C16 1' lr , W, A 9 Ken Glarke Gains ,411-District Ufle in Baseball This imaginary therapy is for the birds. Danny McDonald C19 Renee McReyno1ds A22 Lee Meister C16 David Mendoza C19 Charles Merrill C19 Kit Merrill A21 Sharon Messner A22 Barbara Miller A21 W, .- lk mix-'Wi . , 'ff is v J,"uM1P' 11 '?1't.mur' Auf , , Virginia Lambrix uf. 3 E A22 M of Q, Z, t Beatrice Lange it 'i' A M AZAA ll iisz f. .- -if - K :gg 1? 'fri Q 11 -ri' li, V ,M A l if 3 Anne Laux A22 L A S kt .:: , Richard Leon C17 -we V A 1 Q Keith Linton C17 Claudia McCabe A22 ,J - . Q?!'i?!Em:fg5 3 L N M C th l my C ar Y Q A21 -fs ' Elevene McClellan X 1 gg A22 A jg 1 A " ,, , 'TT " ' in ' 1 4' as R gzikii 1, 'I' - fi-2, Q ii ' we ,gk . i' Q 4' Greg Mills C19 Penny Moore A19 Barbara Murphy A21 Jon Nappier C19 Mary Narviz A21 Don Nelson C19 Kathy Normand A21 Colleen Novak A22 Mike O'Neil1 C17 Tina O'Reilly A21 Pennie Palmros A19 Laura Pantoja A19 Danny Parr C17 Michelle Pearson A21 Mark Plecki C17 Shari Abraham and fady Walaara Elected Kris Polson A22 Pinny Prowitt A21 Melinda Quattrochi A21 Barbara Redd A19 oss Reid C19 f 'VF herrell Robinson 7 A oe Rodriguez C17 ob Ross C16 A A' A uth Rourke A19 TSI 4 1 7511 f , azz.. is 1 fa '67 Khaarlaazaaa Squad 3-' ,Q mi ff , ' Sz gk Af 1 M ,Lf- , 'Sf Yr' ' --A ar .1 ,, ,,, r , 1 12,41 Er 'ffyr fi.: , M : , 2 , , . K ,, ,, ., , , X V ,iw A , , i " J: " ,N ' ' 'T?f2,,r,:m,,,,,, Ajgifim ifvzig 1 A , 2 ff 2 ff in 5 A . 1, J lr or A if Darla Rucker A21 Michael Schaezler C19 Fred Schattman C19 Larry Schmidt C16 Susan Seeliuger A22 Chris Senchack C17 Alexa Senior A21 Lynda Shaw A22 Bobby Sherrod C16 Judy Shula A21 Anna Siebold A22 Gary Skrasek C19 ,Mike ,Mzztctich Places 5716! in Cfify Hide Optimist Koufesf l i Why, hello there! ! Bernard Skrehart C17 Tim Spinella C16 Robert L. Spratt C19 John St. Clair C19 Don Ste. Marie C17 Terri Stanton A21 Mary Lou Stenger A21 Chris Strelczyk A21 Ruth Studer A21 Mark Tatarko C19 Joann Trojacek A19 Norman Uptmor C17 Rita Vita A22 Mary Walker A22 Jackie Wallace A22 Ann Ward A19 Judy Welborn A21 Charles Weisbeck C17 Feagin Wing Jr. C16 Jim Yosten C17 ii? L ?'1' . 7,5 Q x 'F I 'J i'T55i'w"? T 2-6'LSA'-W5rS'?':'--.---si 3 -IL "':, - TJ-if,-'SC' lb . flfl 'TSJIIQ iii ' -- .. 'k"k" "L1sx- z .:'JF' I K wg 'Y ,I X 5 -,li 'ing 15? I 1 A-13 Sister Mary David - 1 A W ' P i . Mary Kay Kleuser President 1' ii 1 Haig fr' ff, f . - 1: ' -5 , H 1 Q 'T f h ,Q ' ' , ff 4 Kathy Taggert Vice-President ' ' ,t N K h Zyyy I Marcia Kyle Secretary ' M A ' V my Andree Shaw Treasurer , ff if i ' 1 T i ..,. r.t, T A-15 sister Imelda yss K T rr- ' - ,zgwk -55 ""'f 'me I - '- ' 2 ' ' ' Q Patsy' Jones President ' 4' T 1 V- - A ,' Paula Alford Vice-President i ' ' 'K " Pam Grove Sandi Gostomski Secretary ,T T Treasurer 15711 Parker Advances fa National N SCL. Eaafcsf A-17 Mrs. Joseph Stefan Candy Kurtin Teresa Sivek Janice Skrehart Paula Simmons President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer What do you mean, "She should get out first"? ii W' ' " - .f nf ? '-- ' P H f' Ea af H 4 .. My 1 6, r f as ' 'E 4 151-Jffffii WJ? 'SW fs wa 152255 '5,IEi?"'l. 'if-1 f ' :ig if ,k,V WV 'A f Zz. , .arf , I, fr P A K '? nil ' 4, I A 'I In ' Av L I 1 if 2 . .5 ,V T C-15 Brother Eugene Sweeney Steve Meyers - President, both Semesters Dennis Blaschke - lst Vice-President, lst Semesterg 3rd Vice-President, 2nd Semester Sam Rodriguez - lst Vice-President, 2nd Semesterg 3rd Vice-President, lst Semester Bill Parker - 2nd Vice-President, 2nd Semester C-l4 Brother Lloyd Klinedinst Mike Thompson - President, both Semesters Ralph Cox - lst Vice-President, lst Semester Chuck Snakard - lst Vice-President, 2nd Semester Larry Morton - 2nd Vice-President, lst Semester Tim Connolly - 2nd Vice-President, 2nd Semester John Hopkins - 3rd Vice-President, lst Semester Steve Maddux - 3rd Vice-President, 2nd Semester yuuiar 0Mccrs lead Wark fa Eeaufiy Hourfyards WV' ,mn IGN- Kr stH!.,lixQ C-13 Brother Charles Rahe Mike Grant - President, both Semesters Chris Brucker - lst Vice-President, both Semesters Greg McNaughten - 2nd Vice-President, lst Semester John Dacy - 2nd Vice-President, 2nd Semester Joe Mosby - 3rd Vice-President, lst Semester Arthur Roehl - 3rd Vice-President, 2nd Semester I25 H5 ri elif- J 'X Y N X 1:11323 f .- N , t ,SX 2. Mary Kay Klauscr and Pam Grave ,ana Paula Addison A13 David Alderson C15 Rich Alldredge C15 Carla Anderson A17 Billy Andrews C14 Michael Andries C15 Gloria Arteaga A17 Jim Atkins C14 Ray Barton C15 Pat Bell C14 it Now that I'm in charge here, I 2 ' 5.75, , 1 1 .,ii feel that a few changes. , , '73 :zi . E ,, K, 'ar-K ' tt' Ed Bellman C13 ' K- - if -,M Steve Bennett C13 .A . norr 9 2 . - LE ,L , e. K, 4 5 1 if g""f"'fk' 39 A im -.., , :rl G.. 'J - ,,..11 gt w . f "g c - , gi aw- E ll 4 7 i fi its ct. N f,. ma. 5:-alms 1 iam Q: Mary Ann Bennett A17 Robert A. Benoit C15 i George Bezdek C15 Barbara Blythe A15 ,Wi Q HW fn '52 gl' QR. M 1 1 . 1' " Richard Bolliger C14 BW' .T x N W 1 h -, Kathy Bowden A17 -E27 S' if ,. ' 5 5 , 1 ' I26 1-4 Slcctcd to Prom Hour! Pat Breen A15 Margaret Bruner A15 Teresa Butts A13 Frank Cagigal C13 Sheila Carmody A17 Susie Canfield A17 John Cigainero C15 Chris Cirone C15 Jeanne Clanan A13 Tom Cleary C13 Mike Connelly C14 John J, Corbin C13 Peter Coriddi C13 Beryl Cotton C15 Kay Cosgrove A13 Lynn Creighton A17 Mary Crimmins A13 Cecelia Croomes A15 Pat Dacy C14 Caryl Dalton A13 Joe Dancses C13 Lynne Davis A17 Rosario Diaz, A17 Rosie Diaz A15 Steve DisCuillo C15 Mary Donohue A13 Bobbie Dorris A17 Shirley Farrell A13 Lee Flowers C14 Michael Franko C13 Judy Hasler A13 Dianne Hight A13 Jan Hunter A13 Mike Gallagher C14 Oscar Garza C15 Bob Gavos C13 Ronald Gehringer C14 Mary Ellen Godfrey A13 Dick Godsey C14 David Gonzalez C13 Liz Gould A13 Sondra Grady A17 Barbara Grasher A15 Marie Griswold A15 Cathy Guinn A13 Martha Hall A13 Phil Handler C15 James Holueck C15 Xzflftike Ufampson Places an Stair X-2 i K., ..., W gif 'Q' if r i g 1-1, .r y .Vw-,gem 4 'sg 'iq X QE' ii' W. .2 5 Jose Hurd Mary Frances lpock A15 Alyce Jacobs A17 Terry Jones C13 Sheila Jones A15 Mike Kaler C13 Now a little yeast and then we wait till, , , Grace Kalista A13 Richard Kopp C15 Jim Krivanek C13 Mary Ellen Larnbright A Marc Lance C15 John Leabo C14 Regina M. Lilly A17 Robert McConnell C13 Duncan McNeill C15 Deborah McLaurin A17 Margaret Marrs A15 Theressa Meislohn A17 13 1 fQ,.,.. N' 77' 'Q - ., ,K gg , 7 George Mendoza C14 Mary Lou Meyer A1 Pam Miller A17 ourmzmcuf ,411-Star Umm ,J kg , fre X "' 'L , LC' -N 1. 1, any i f V ,,,v I Q? t if sa q. ta., . . xi . it RX . Q .tra H R . A rir if N- .1-sa , W, :Q 1, ,efhx vw rrr .,.1 x yrrr aww rf i Q 'Ni Q r 'eww' ,vig pf! ! V :vit fvsq ka Saw 30 "" T- 2 - 21573 , or Andres Shaw and rflfizke Gran! Jackie Moore A17 Paul Morawski C14 Margaret A. Moriarty A13 A'ne11e Morton A15 John Neel C13 John Norman C15 Pete Normand C14 Eva O'Byrne A13 Margaret O 'Connor A17 Jim Oliver C13 Joe Pemberton C15 Juanita Perez A15 Marilyn Perricone A15 Steve Platt C14 Teresa Price A17 Richard Pustejovsky C15 Robert Reed C14 Steve Ragsdill C14 Debbe Richardson A13 Jimmy D. Robertson C-1 Patti Robinson A15 Luis Rocha C15 Vicki Rogillio A13 Jenena Rudd A13 Ulead Prom Gammiftec Jerry Scheeler C14 Bill Schlientz C14 Pete Schneider C13 Leland Senesac C14 Audrey Senior A13 Frances Shelton A17 Charlie Shipman C13 Robert Shocklee C15 Susan Shryock A15 Kathy Simonson A15 Armando Smithee C13 Patrick Snell C15 Ken Snyder C13 Louis Sotello C13 Earl Spikes C13 f Ur" J 4 H., f S1 1 r. tk 15 .t.. -ffrgrgmis' .i my Q 5 11' A 5 .Q Q is 5' 1 s R 42RWPi. i Linda Spratt A15 Rosemary Stanton A13 Mary Sullivan A17 Joe Tomanek C15 Sa 4.1, y ff arf' Xb S A vs 3 R 5 , ,Y , . is 5 5 Margarito Uribe C14 nf mm Melt Yolanda Vasquez A15 Mary Walsh A13 Jay Wheaton C13 Candy Wood A15 Stanley Wrzesinski C15 Look, I know I dropped something. I3I L.. 1. " "-. 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Q C-12 David Siebold Bob Tingle Butch Polk Pat Barbolla Bro ther Sohm l President 2nd Vice-Presiden' President 3rd Vice-President l35 GINDA GAIL ABRAHAM Honor Roll 3, 4, Class Treasurer 1, 2, Secretary 3,4g Genesians 1, F, B, L, A, 3, Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 49 Academ- ic Letter 4, ROWLAND AERTKER Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Academic Letter 2, 3, 45 NEDT Award 1,2, Nation- al Latin Honor Society 3, Annual 4, Intramural Bas- ketball 3, 4, Semkfrs Initiate Work an ,Nsuf Student Lounge ,vw-1,,,m YOLANDA ALBA Honor Roll 3, F, B, L, A, 4, G, A, A, 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball 3, Baseball 3, Altar Society 4. 1 If 1-L' RACHEL ALBA F. B. L. S. 3, 4: G. A. A. 3, 4, P, A,s.F. 4, Volley- ball 4, Baseball 4. ,pins m -"fn 'ii vm ROY ALHOLM Honor Roll 1,2, Music Medal 1, Senior Play 4, Sodality 1, 2, 3, Speech Award 1, 2, 3. TONY ALHOLM Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Academic Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Vice President 4, Student Council Officer 4, Class Officer 1, 2, Sodality 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 2, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Bowling 2, Football 4, Algebra Award 1, 2, Chemistry, PASF 4, Senior Official 4. ,,,..--0" What's this we hear about a joint marriage course? ELSIE ANDREWS Genesians 1, 25 GAA 1, 3, 45 Booster Club 45 Volley- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 45 Literary Discussion 35 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. GREGORY GEORGE ASHE Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 3, 45 NEDT 15 Genesians 15 Sodality 1 3, 45 Annual 15 Track 15 Art Club 1, 3, 45 Booster Club 35 Dance Committee 45 Latin Award 1, WANDA ATKINS Honor Roll 45 Academic Letter 45 Class President 35 Genesians 15 FBLA 45 So- dality 1, 25 Annual 45 GAA 1, 3, 45 Choral Club 35 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. CINDY BAILEY Altar Society 35 Vice Pres- ident 45 Genesians 1, 25 FBLA 3,45 Sodality 3,45 PASF 45 GAA 1,2, 3, 4. M NANCY ANDERSON Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 1, 35 NEDT Award 1, 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Coun- cil Nominee 35 Class Pres- ident 35 Paper 3, 45 Annual 45 NFL 1, 2, 3, 45 Literary Discussion 3, 45 Altar So- ciety 45 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. v"'N Q Qf"'v""9 U.. ,,-'- ff' PATRICK BARBOLLA Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Aca- demic Letter 1,2, 4, NEDT 1,2, Student Council Offi- cer 4, Class Officer 1, 2,3, 4, Newspaper 4, Sodality 1 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball C-Team 1, Basketball B- Team 2, Baseball B-Team 1, 2,'3, 4, Intramural Bowl- ing 2, 3, Letterman's Club 2, 4, Track 4, Cheerleader 3, 4. f' fl BILLIE EVELYN BEAL FBLA 3, NFL 4, GAA 2,3, 4. ANNA MARIE BORDOVSKY FBLA 3,4, Annual 4, GAA 4, Music 3, 4, Choral Club 3,43 Schola 3, Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4, Nutcracker Suite 4, Piano Audition Award 3, 4. CHER1 BOYCE Class President 4, Genesi- ans 1, GAA 1,3, 4, PASF 4, Choral Club 3, Mardi Gras Princess 4, Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4, Literary Discussion 3. MARY BEHL Altar Society 3, FBLA 3, 4, GAA 1,2,4, Baseball 1. MARILYN KAYE BOULLT National Science Founda- tion, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, NEDT 1,2, Academic Let- ter 4, Genesians 1, Future Nurses 4, Annual 4, GAA 4, Scholarship Service Club 3, Literary Discussion 3, 4, Choral Club 2, 3, 4, Schola 3, Betty Crocker Home- maker of Tomorrow, Sacred Heart League 2, 3, 4, Cath- olic Daughters Poetry Award 4, DON BROWN Varsity Football 2, 4, Intra- mural Basketball 2, Bowl- ing 2, Track 3, 4, All Dis- trict Track 3. SU SAN BROWN NEDT Award 1,23 Winner of Catholic Daughter Poetry Con- test 3g Genesians 23 F.B. L.A, 43 Sodality 1,23 NFL 33 Hoote- nanny 43 G.A.A. 4g Literary Discussion 3. MARY KATHLEEN BUTLER Honor Roll 1,23 Aca- demic Letter 13 NEDT Award 1,23 Press Award 33 Student Council Treasurer 43 Genesians 1,23 News- paper 2,33 Altar So- ciety 33 Monnig's Teen Board 2,33 GAA 1,2,4. JEFF BRUCKER Honor Roll 1,2,3,4g NEDT Award 1,23 Class Officer 1,23 Sodality 1,2,33 ln- tramural Bowling 2g National Latin Award 1,23 FBLA 4g Cheer- leader 2 , 3, DON CALDWELL Honor Roll 1,3,4g NEDT Award 1,23 Genesians 13 Nation- al Merit Honorable Mention 4g Latin Award 1,2, Ham! ,Neilon Wins Nfzfwmzl ,Merit Schalarshzp fa Rice university Faithful library helpers Yolanda Alba and Judy U 41 W J :kiwi 1 M V ,," la ffl Q22 Hi :fl , 1? ' QW : , , ...- rf. sf at K- . J--fi lr A 3. M V M ' .,,, ,t,. 5 'SA EM , L Sl, E 'f-,-. 11, 52 + rg! Y 'i E W 1""" is ,,,, 3, ..,,., f J, f ,fp 1 4 mf 5 fy I ' f it 'Q H L 1 W E433 1 , 'L " al 'V ANN CARDENAS Sodality lg GAA 3, 43 Bas ketball 2, 43 Volleyball 2 45 Baseball 13 CCD 1,23 Radio Club 4, PASF 4. HELEN CARLTON Honor Roll 43 Altar Society 43 GAA 4. Q-q,W.M4' 'fi wg-hh, f1""4s 5s.,,...- BARBARA CLARK Honor Roll 1, 3, 4, Academic Letter 3, 4, FBLA 4, Future Nurses 2, GAA 1, 3, 4, Altar Society 3, 4, Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. HELEN COCHRAN Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Aca- demic Letter 1,3, 4, NEDT Award 1,2, National Merit Recognition 3, Class Treas- urer 2, National Honor So- ciety 2f Sodality 1, Vice- President 2, Annual 3, 4, Hootenanny 3, President 4, GAA 1, Literary Discussion 3,4, Sacred Heart League 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 2, 3, 4. ft.l.. CECILIA CIGAINERO ROSEMARY CHILDRESS Honor Roll 4, Future Nurses Genesians 1, FBLA 3, 4, 3, 4, Hootenanny 4, GAA 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball Basketball 3: J. B. 3, Senior 1, Annual 4, Baseball 1,2, Play 4. CCD 1,2, Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. l l5'am1ic Mafelich BETTE COLEMAN Honor Roll 4, Catholic Daughters Poetry Award, lst Place 2, Genesians 1,2, NFL 1,2, 3, Hootenanny 4, Prom Duchess 3, Prom Princess 4: J. B. 3, Literary Discussion 3, Senior Play 4, TOM COWAN Honor Roll 3, Class Office 1, Sodality 1,2, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 4, Track 4, All District Football 4, All State Football 4, All American Football 4, FBLA. i P :KATHRYN CRAMER MARY ELLEN CROSS Honor Roll 1, 2, 45 Academic Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 45 Na- Letter 45 Future Nurses 45 Sacred Heart League 45 tional Merit Recognition 35 Class Secretary 15 Hoote- Usherette 4. nanny 3, 45 GAA 25 Literary Discussion 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Usherette 4. I-leads Crumpet Staff -4-jf' li i It was a big' typing class this year. INDA DOANE onor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- emic Letter 1, 2, 3, 45 EDT Award 15 National onor Society 3, 45 Class Treasurer 35 Class Vice- resident 45 Genesians 15 uture Nurses 2, 3, 45 Sec- retary 3, Vice-President 45 Sodality 45 GAA 1, 45 CCD 25 Choral Club 2, 3, 45 Schola 35 Art Club 1, 3, 45 Sacred Heart 3, 4. TOM DONALDSON Honor Roll 1,25 NEDT Award 1, 25 Class Officer 25 NFL 15 Sodality 25 Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Bowling 35 Let- termen's Club 3, 4. KATHLEEN CRUMLEY Honor Roll 2, 45 Class Sec- retary 25 Class President 45 Annual 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 President 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 3, 45 Base- ball 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 Homecoming Princess 45 J. B, 3. JEAN CZAJKOWSKI Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 3, 45 NEDT Award 1, 25 Math Award 35 Genesians 1, 25 Annual 3, 45 Literary Discussion 3, 45 GAA 15 CCD 35 Cheerlead- er 45 Altar Society 3, 45 Homecoming Princess 45 Sacred Heart League 1,2, 3, 45 Dance Committee 4. f Wy 1 Q43 i 5? W K F K ll' ix at 1,3 'A A T5 1 in , wx 52? mf Q 'M f A , -f 5 'x ...,,,, "H f"" ,, z ' 'I ff-JV?-1, .2f5?'?3'i:?2s 5 , ' , 5, i ii 5 ' it I QE., as x 1 5.-. f rf ' , ' , : Cixi RONNIE DUNGAN Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 1,2, 35 Latin Award 1, 25 Manager Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. J. CHRISTOPHER DUNTON NEDT Award 1, 25 Class Of- ficer lg Genesians 15 Var- sity Basketball B-Team 1,25 Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Intramural Bowling 2, 35 In- tramural Football 3, 45 Sen- ior Offical 4. 5 55?3fu9f515?fi'4 w, 1, . 1 I I ,- ., ,W ., f 4- ,,,,tf 1 riif ,,, f rif IUDY DORNBLASER Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 English Award 35 National Science Foundation Grant Alternate Scholarship for Math Pro- gram 35 Academic Letter 1, 2,3, 45 NEDT Award 1,25 National Merit Recommen- dation Letter 45 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Class President 25 NFL 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 45 CCD 3, 45 Choral Club 45 Literary Dis- cussion 3, 45 Golden Trophy Debate Winner 3, 45 Scholar- ship to Webster5 Academic Award 45 Youth Spotlight Committee 45 Catholic Daughters of America Poetry Contest, lst Place, 4. DAVID ELIAS Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Genesians 45 Sodality 1. MARIANNE DULLE Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Award 3, 45 NEDT Award 1,25 Spanish Medal 35 National Honor Society 45 Class Treasurer 35 Class Secretary 45 Genesians 15 Future Nurses 2, 3, 45 Annual 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1,2, 3, 45 PASF 45 Vice Pres- ident 45 Literary Discussion 3, 45 Bowling 3. in Ooou, nice round pear shaped tones. Now you're getting it. GAYLE FENIMORE Honor Roll 45 Academic Letter 45 Class Secretary 25 Genesians 15 FBLA 35 Presi- dent 45 GAA 1, 3, 45 Choral Club 2, 35 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. E, ,tn 'NGN ,QFUN 'WR Q f -1--N' "If 33.--va" 'tm- KEN FENOGLIO CHUCK FLANAGAN Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aga- Class Officer 2, 3, 45 Sodal- demic Letter 1, 2, 3, 45 ity 1, 25 Varsity Football 2, Medal of Excellence Social 3, 45 Track 1, 3, 45 Prom Science 35 Student Council Committee 3. Officer 45 Student Council Representative 1, 35 Class Officer 25 Sodality 1, 45 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 In- tramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Bowling 2, 35 Senior Official 45 Booster Club 4. Hheri Kayne kcpreseufs Nvlan at Marti Gras CHARLOTTE FOX Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Academ- ic Letter 3, 45 FBLA 45 GAA 45 Spanish Club 15 Future Homemakers of America 15 Sacred Heart League 2, 3, 45 THOMAS F, FRANCHINA Honor Roll 15 NEDT Award 25 Genesians 25-Intramural Football 15 Intramural Bas- ketball 15 Intramural Bowl ing 35 Hootenanny 4. EDDIE FONNER Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Newspa- per 45 Annual 45 Freshman Football 15 Freshman Bas- ketball 15 Varsity Football B-Team 3, 45 Varsity Bas- ketball 3, 45 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 All-District, All-State Basketball 4. B. JOSEPH FORD Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodal- ity 1,25 Varsity Football 35 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 'W ELLEN CLAIRE FONTENOT Hon. Roll 1,2,3,45 Acad. Letter 3,45 NEDT Award 1,25 NHS 45 Genesians 15 Future Nurses 2,35 News- paper 45 An. 45 GAA 152, 3,45 Bsktb. 1,2,3,45 Co- Capt. 45 Spanish Cl. 15 Literary Discussion 3,45 Bowling 35 Volleyball 3,45 Baseball 3,45 Capt. 35 Catholic Daughters' Poetry Cont. , 3rd Place 45 Boost- er C1 4 new-,X mix iw 5-if ' "" .- 3' . . , . , I ff . 1. -I - ' - 1' -rif 71- isfaws-2:11'tiffisif Qtfzziazmielf, fizilmfifsf 'IIii.,lFi1flE2i,?1f,f15g,'fs? fffsqmsf - , r .. I 4 , , , I fif fv 1 , . t , I .,..., , I I , .WL,,, .. , , . , , ,.. ,,-. , I -L - , ,A M ., , - J, ,sri fa , ., ffwfrr , ' A .1 A :ee 4 - - , ' " ww. -' x - U Q . ', V -, 1 Lf. or "k' N hivwza. 4--ff 'L 'N . , ff' 2 f QL . ' . 'R ii?" 5 1 it JAMES FRAZIER BILL FREEMAN JIM FRIEDMAN GERRY FULKERSON NEDT Awards 1, 2, Grant Honor Roll 4, Class Officer Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Academ- Transfer student from Cen- Street 4. 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, All ic Letter 3, Latin Award 2, tral Catholic High, San District Football 3, 4, All NFL 1, 2, Sodality 1,2, 3, Antonio State Honorable Mention 3, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4, Senior Official 4, Mardi 3, Intramural Bowling 1, 2, Gras King 4. 3, Cheerleader 3, 4. KAREN GAGE Honor Roll 4, Genesians 1, FBLA 3,49 Future Nurses 2, GAA 1,2. SAM GEORGE Honor Roll 3-4, Varsity Football 4, Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4. I44 ANNIE GARCIA Honor Roll 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Radio Club 4, Altar Society 4. JOHN GILDAY Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, NEDT Award 1,2, Latin Award 1, Class Officer 2, Genesians 1,2, Sodality 1,2, Annual 4, Varsity Football 3, Var- sity Basketball 3, 4, Intra- mural Basketball 1,2, Let- terman's Club 3, 4, Track 3. Q, v 'M 1 1119 1. p-N. QE vr wizfw N. Seuzbrs Stag. "Ilan 611117 ik Bbw x 'wfvwww ,,.vw'1 .,, Z 135' i BILL GLASSER Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4g Aca- demic Letter 3, 49 NEDT Award lg Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramu- ral Bowling 1,2, 33 B-Team Basketball, Honorable Men- tion on Jim Wright's Test for the Air Force Academy, ,Booster Club 4. WALT EDWARD HAMMOND Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 NEDT 25 f Sodality 2, 3, 4g Annual 1, Varsity Football 2, 4g , Track 2, 3, 43 FBLA, Na- I tional Merit Finalist. l Production of Cake It With Wu" SHARON KAY HAJEK Genesians 1, Annual 4g GAA 1, 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 3g Altar Societyri-lg Secretary 4, PASF 4g Cho- ral Club 2, 3, 4g Blue Dance Princess 2g Basketball Queen 45 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. JIM HANKINS Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 1, NEDT 1,2g Genesians 1, Sodality 1,25 National Latin Award, ELLEN HANLON Honor Roll 1, 49 NEDT Award 1, 2g Class Vice- President 2, 4g Genesians 1 35 Sodality 1,23 Missi 4, Hootenanny 4, Treasurer 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4g Baseball 2, 3, 4g Bowl- ing 33 CCD 45 Literary Dis cussion 3, 4g Altar Society 3g Sacred Heart League 2, 3,4. 4 DICK HARTNETT Honor Roll 2, 4g Sodality 3, 4g Intramural Football 2, 3, 4, 2, Intramural Basketball 2, Nolan's entry in the 1926 Ziegfield Follies. l45 Sure, Tommy. If I can sew, you can. LINDA HENDERSON Honor Roll 3, Genesians 1 FBLA 3,45 sodaury 1,2,3g GAA 3, 4g Booster Club 4. BRIAN HICKS Honor Roll 4g NFL lg So- dality 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2. I46 LESLIE ANN HERBERGER Honor Roll 4, Student Council Secretary 4, Stu- dent Council Representa- tive 2, 3, Class Vice-Pres- ident 1, Annual 33 FBLA 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Homecom- ing Princess 4. JANET HOPKINS Honor Roll 3, 4g Class Sec- retary 4g FBLA 3, 49 Sodal- ity 2g Annual 3, 4, NFL 33 GAA 1,2, 4, Basketball 15 Volleyball 25 Literary Council 4. JOHN HAYNES Genesians 1 MIKE HEIM Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4g Aca- demic Letter 1, 3, 45 Latin Award 1, 25 Class Officer 1g Sodality 1,2g Varsity Basketball B-Team 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3,4g Sen- ior Official, wx DIANNE JONES Honor Roll 2: Class Treas- urer 4: Annual 3, 4: G. A, A, 1, 3, Treasurer 4: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2: Baseball 1: Schola 3: Choral Club 3, 4: Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN JOHNSON Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Aca- demic Letter 3, 4: Class Officer 2, 3: Sodality 1, 2: Varsity Football 4: B-Bas- ketball 2: Varsity Basket- ball 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4: All District Baseball: Sen- ior Official 4. Kic Prfffer ffolds State Kecvrd ilfl 880 tllfld 220 I.--.-.- ,,-.-.---. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Aca- demic Letter 1, 2, 3, 4: Mu- sic Award 1, 2, 3, 4: Nation- al Honor Society 2,3, 4: President 4: Sodality 1,2, 3, 4: Annual 3,4: Co-Editor 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Bowling 3: Cheerleader 4: School Play 2, 3, 4: Math Award 1: Literary Dis- cussion 3, 4: Dance Com- mittee 3: Intramural Foot- ball 4: Scholarship 4. MARY LORETTA JONES Class President 1: Genesi- ans 1, 2: N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Volley- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Sacred Heart League v 1,2,3,4: chain Club 2,3, 4: Catholic Daughters Poetry Award 2: Voice of Democracy 2. BOB KEATING Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. JERRY KEATING Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Aca- demic Letter 2, 3, 4: Na- tional Honor Society 4: Student Council Officer 4 N. F. L. 1: Sodality 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 3 4: Religion Award 3: Sen- ior Official 4. I47 Q5 -qw, VY!-N Nm-...la-f ERNEST KLARICH Intramural Football 2, 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Golf 3, 45 Senior Offi- cial 4. FRANK KUBAN Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca demic Letter 3,45 NEDT Award 15 Sodality 1,2,35 Intramural Bowling 2, 35 National Honor Society 1, 2. Seventeen Seniors W1 j -'Ns KAREN RUTH LACROIX Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 3, 45 NEDT Award 25 Class Secretary 1, 35 Class Treasurer 45 Annual 3, 45 Missi 45 GAA 3,45 Basketball 45 Volley- ball 45 CCD 3, 45 Choral Club 25 Bowling 35 Altar Society 45 Literary Discus- sion 3, 45 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 4. MIKE LANCE NEDT Award 1,25 National Merit Honorable Mention 45 Sodality 1,2, 35 Varsity Football 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intra- mural Football 25 Senior Official 4. JIM LLOYD Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 1, 3, 45 NEDT Award 15 Class Officer 15 Genesians 1, 25 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Bowling 1, 2, 35 Intramural Football 2, 3, 45 Latin National So- ciety 15 Senior Play 4. SALLY LALLY Genesians 15 FBLA 3, 45 Annual 45 GAA 15 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. Earn Geld Unseen MARY IO LEONE Honor Roll 45 Academic Letter 45 NEDT Award 25 Sodality 1, 2, 35 Missi 45 GAA 15 CCD 1,2,3, 45 Altar Society 3, 45 Presi- dent 45 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 45 Literary Discus- sion 3. ELIANE LORENZO Transfer Student from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. CECILIA ANN LOPEZ Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Aca- demic Letter 3g Future Nurses 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Volleyball 1, 2g Tennis 1, 2. PEGGY MAGNER Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Aca- demic Letter 1, 2, 3, 4g NEDT Award 1,23 LB. 33 Nutcracker Suite 43 FBLA 43 Vice President 43 Liter- ary Discussion 3, 43 Choral Club 33 Scholarship Service Club 3. TAYLOR MADDUX Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Aca- demic Letter 1, 4g NEDT Award 13 Latin Award 1, 2, 43 Philosophy Guild 3. FRANCIA MARZONIE Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 NEDT Award 1,2: Genesians 1,2Q Sodality 13 CCD 13 Music 2, 3, 43 Choral Club 2, 3, 4. Seniors Make oflesed Retreats at ,Meutsermf Well, if you have a size larger, , , about like this. 'R ...QON-'N BONITA LOUISE MATETICH Honor Roll 1, 3, 43 Aca- demic Letter 43 Class Sec- retary 13 Class Vice Presi- dent 33 Genesians 1,23 So- dality 13 Newspaper 3g Editor 43 Annual 43 GAA 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Volleyball 43 Literary Dis- cussion 33 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4g Choral Club 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 4. PAT MATZNER Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Sodality 2, 3, 43 Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Senior Official 4, 5 ,- 5 :W KATHLEEN MCGUIRE Honor Roll 1, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 1,3,45 NEDT 1, 25 Future Nurses 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 35 President 45 GAA 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45, Altar Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 45 Literary Discussion 3. DWAIN MEES Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 2, 3, 45 Sodal- ity 2, 35 Intramural Foot- ball 2, 45 Prom Committee 35 Cheerleader 3, 45 Cap- tain 45 Senior Official, MANDY McLAUGHLIN Honor Roll 2, 35 Student Council Representative 25 Annual 35 GAA 2. RUFINO MENDOZA, JR. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 1,3,45 So- dality 3,45 Varsity Foot- ball 3, 45 Baseball 45 Intra mural Football 45 PASF 4. furry johnson and ,gp ELIZABETH ANN MEYER Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Award 35 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 35 Future Nurses 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Cap- tain 45 Baseball 1, 3, 45 Bowling 35 PASF 4, Treas- urer 45 Literary Discussion 3- ISO Now, if I press here. . . LAWRENCE MEYERS Honor,Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NEDT 1, 25 Student Coun- cil Representative 45 Class Officer 1, 45 Sodality 1,25 Varsity Football 35 Basket- ball 1, 25 Baseball 45 Intra- mural Basketball l, 2. A .,w.,,.,,,, KEM MIGUES NEDT Award 1,2, Genesi- ans 1, Annual 3, 4, GAA 1, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Tarrant County Youth Council 4, Sacred Heart League 1,2, 3, 4, Literary Discussion 3. CHARLES MILLER Intramural Football 4. DIANE MILLER NEDT Award 1, 2, Genesi- and 1, 2, Annual 3, 4, NFL 1,2, GAA 1,2, Altar So- ciety 3, Choral Club 2, Literary Discussion 3, Sacred Heart League 2, 3, 4, Blue Dance Princess 3. DONNA MARIE MILLER Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Aca- demic Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, NEDT Award 1,2, Nation- al Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Class Officer 1 1. 2, Annual 3, 4, Prom Princess 4. Sue ,firm Quinn J-feud Zepaufa Stay? ANN MOORE Honor Roll 1, Genesians 1, 2, NFL 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Service Club 3, Amahl and the Night Visitors 2, Ballet Corps 3, 4, Nut- cracker Suite 4, Senior Play 4. DAVID NELSON Honor Roll 3, Intramural Basketball 1, Intramural Bowling 2, Track 2, In- tramural Football 3, 4. CAROL NEILON National Science Founda- tion Summer Session at SMU 3, Honor Roll1,2,3, 4, Academic Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, Academic Charm 4, National Merit Scholarship Winner, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 2, Class President 3, Genesians 1. 2, Senior Play 4, Newspaper 4, As- sistant Editor 4, Annual 3, 4, GAA 1, Choral Club 2, 3, 4, Literary Discussion 3, Scholarship Service Club 3. BOB NORTON Choral Club, Annual 4, Intramural Basketball 4, Cheerleader 4. ARTHUR O'CONNOR, JR. Sodality l, Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4, Letter- man's Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. RANDY O'CONNOR Honor Roll 3, Academic Letter 3, Class Vice Pres- ident 1, Class Treasurer 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, Intra- mural Basketball 1, Letter- man's Club 2, Track 1, 2. Kathy Hrumley and Dufain ,Mess Slected Klfcerlmder Eapfaius l52 PATTI O'KANE Scholarship Service Club 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Academic Letter 3, 4, NEDT 1, 2, Choral Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Genesians 1, Future Nurses 2, 3,4, Sodality 1, 2, Newspaper 3, 4, Annual 3, NFL 1, 2, GAA 1,2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, Literary Dis- cussion 3, 4, Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. ARDITH ALLOYCE PACE Honor Roll 3, Genesians 1, FBLA 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 4. KEN PAUKERT Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Aca- demic Letter 1, 2, 4, Sodal- ity 1, 2, Intramural Basket- ball 4: Bowling 3, Golf 2, 3, 4. ALENE OLIVER Genesians 1, FBLA 3, 4, Sodality 1, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Altar Society 4. LINDA PANKEY Honor Roll 2,3, Genesians 1, FBLA 4, Secretary 4, Annual 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. CATHY PENN Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Aca- demic Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, NEDT 1,2, French Award 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Genesians 1, Future Nurses 2, 3,4, Sodality 1, 2,3, I-lootananny 4, Secre- tary 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Bas- ketball l, 2, CCD 2, Liter- ary Discussion 3, 4, Sacred Heart League l, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA PERRICONE Honor Roll 2, 43 Future Nurses 43 Sodality 13 Literary Discussion 3. Sandra Waltan B. J. POLK Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Acat demic Letter 2, 43 NEDT Award 2g National Latin Award 33 Student Council Representative 33 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 43 Sodality 1, 2, 33 Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Intramural Bowling 2, 3g Letterman's Club 3, 43 Prom Committee. Kcigus as ,Umm Queen 1 1 it ' ffi ' 51' 2' - . z... .1 .V . .V I , , - f , ,. n ...Y 1 . . 1 ' ' x 215, QE. ' - ' wt- ,. L 4 ff . 1 5' 3' ., .3 . 'fr . ,. 4 .. -f .i 3, gif, gli .Q 3 .. 5 . -2 gg. r 5 w as r V . A f -- -M z. ' . -.1 I ,Y . st, Qi- ' - 1, . g wff -. ' ' 3: if ZIV ,J p 4., M, 3 ff-4 . 3 . ig if ' . tiff f - f I ,. 'att , - Y' , . I U ., i n Q we 1 , .. ' A 3 ,iii L KV sf .1 . , f -.1 .wi B .rr., l 'X S 2 f J ie ? K I k,,. gg S N f 5' Y ? 3 f' iii'i. gif , 3 Q. l R V f ir ff 4 f it i r: ssil 5 Q 5 3 Iwi is , tim ,V 3 ig 1 4 Q5 4,59 ff aff ' 1 it ti ,f t ,ty ,323 Senior girls give the "Suikiaki?" SUE ANN QUINN Honor Roll 2, 3, 43 Aca- demic Letter 3, 43 NEDT Award 23 National Honor Society 43 Class President 43 Future Nurses 33 Annual 3, 43 Co-Editor 43 CCD 33 Sacred Heart League 2, 3, 43 Literary Discussion 3, 43 Scholarship Service Club 3g Dance Committee 43 Sen- ior Play 4. :1 .L latest version of RAE RACINE Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Gen- esians I3 FBLA 3, 43 Annual 43 GAA 1, 43 Sacred Heart League I, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD D, POTTER Hon. Roll 1,2,3,4QNEDT Award 13 Stu. Coun. Representative 13 Cl. Off. lg Sodality 1,2,33 Golf 23 Track 1,2,3,43 Most Valuable in Track 3,43 Commentator 3,4. "Out- standing Athlete " Jesuit Relays 43 Champ. All- State 880 yd. Run and All-Dist. 880, 3,41 Champ. All-Dist. Mile- Relay 3,43 All-State 43 Champ. All-Dist. All- State 220 yd. Dash, 4g "High Point Man" State Track Meet, " 43 Intra- mural Bowling Chairman. MARCIA PUTZEL Hon. Roll 1,2,43 Acad. Letter lg NEDT Awd. 1,23 Stu. Coun. VP 43 Class Treas. 23 FBLA 43 Future Nurses 3,43 Sodality 13 GAA 1,3,43 Booster Cl. 43 CCD 3g Lit. Discussion 3,49 J. B. 3. Mm V-fi W HW W IULIANNE RANDOLPH Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Aca- demic Letter 3, 45 N. E, D. T. Award 15 Music Auditions 1, 25 Genesians 1 25 Newspaper 35 Annual 3, 45 Booster Club 35 C.C.D, 35 Choral Club 25 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 4, TOM RAY Honor Roll 3, 45 Class Offi- cer 45 Varsity Basketball 45 Intramural Basketball 35 Letterman's Club 4. BEBE RENAUD Class Treasurer 45 GAA 1, 2, 45 Altar Society 4, PAT ROHMER Genesians 1,25 FBLA 15 NFL 15 GAA 15 lst Place Poetry Contest. DONNA RAPPICH FBLA 3,45 Future Nurses 2, 3, 45 Sodality 15 GAA 1,2, 3, 45 Volleyball 45 CCD 1 2, 35 Altar Society 3,45 Safety Council 3. ERSHEL REDD Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 1,25 Annual 45 Freshman Football Team5 Varsity Football 3,45 Varsity Bas- ketball B-Team 25 Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 15 Intramural Bowling 2, 35 Letterman's Club 45 Senior Official 45 All District Football5 All State Football, CAMILLE ROBINSON Future Nurses 35 GAA 3,45 Volleyball 35 Baseball 3, 4 Radio Club 4. SANDRA RODRIGUEZ Honor Roll 15 Genesians 15 Future Nurses 2, 3, 45 Sodal ity 1, 2, 35 Hootenanny Club 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 45 Basketball 35 Sacred Heart League 2, 3, 45 PASF 45 Literary Dis- cussion Club 3, 45 Altar Society 35 Teacher's Aide 4. 1 l We CAROL SHAW Honor Roll 43 NEDT Award 1,2Q Class Secretary 33 Genesians 13 Future Nurses 33 Secretary 43 Sodality 1, 2g Annual 43 NFL 1,3Q GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33 Volleyball 3, 4g Radio Club 43 Literary Discussion 43 Altar Society 3, 43 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. N, LARRY ROSS Honor Roll 13 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3g Intra- mural Bowling 3. SANDRA SCHIEME Honor Roll 1, 43 Genesians 13 Sodality 13 CCD lg Li- brary Assistant 3. Seniors Spausar Variety Shaw CYNTHIA SHERROD Honor Roll 1, 2,32 NEDT Award l,2Q Newspaper 43 GAA 43 Prom Committee 33 Literary Discussion 33 Sacred Heart League 1,2, 33 Blue Dance Princess 1. DAVID SIEBOLD Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Aca- demic Letter 1,3,4Q Stu- dent Council Representative 43 Class Officer 43 Annual 43 Varsity Football B Team 1, 33'Varsity Football 2, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Nutcracker Suite 4g Senior Official 43 Dance Committee 4. MIKE SCALLAN NEDT Award 1, 23 Varsity Football 3, 43 Letterman's Club 3, 4. JEAN LUCILE SENIOR Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Aca- demic Letter 3, 43 NFL 1, 2, 3, 43 Literary Discussion 33 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 43 Ballet Corps 3, 43 Nutcracker Suite 43 Schol- arship Service Club 3. JANICE SIMMEL Honor Roll 33 Genesians 13 FBLA 43 GAA 43 Radio Club 4. 'PQ 'pf-L? x Wogtiiii qw W JOHN DAVID SMITH Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 45 Intramural Football 45 Academic Letter 3, 4. STACY STARR Sodality 15 Intramural Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramu- ral Bowling 1, 2, 35 Intra- mural Football 1, 45 Golf 1, 2. MARYNELLE TILLERY Honor Roll 3, 45 Academic Letter 3, 45 Altar Society 3,45 FBLA 3, 45 GAA 1,2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORDIE TREGRE Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Man- ager Varsity Basketball 25 Intramural Football 2, 3, 4. KAREN JEAN STARKEY Genesians 15 FBLA 45 Cho- ral Club 3, 45 Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. 1 DON THOMPSON Student Council Officer 45 1 Student Council Represen- tative 35 Class Officer 2, 35 Sodality 1,25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Varsity Bas- ketball 3, 45 Varsity Base- ball 3, 45 Letterman's Club 4. BOB TINGLE Honor Roll 3, 45 Class Offi- 1 cer 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Bas- ketball 35 Intramural Bowl- ing 15 Varsity Football 3, 45 Varsity Basketball B-Team 25 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Senior Official 45 Track All District 3. BARBARA TILL Honor Roll 35 Homeroom Officer 45 Genesians 15 F. B. L. A. 3, 45 Sodality 15 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2. .,a-.dm , 1 if SANDRA WALTON Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Aca- demic Letter 1, 2, 3, 4, NEDT Award 1,2, National Honor Society 4, Class President l, Genesians 1, 2, Sodaliry 1,2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Booster Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Literary Discussion Club 3, 4, Altar Society 3, Cheerleader 3, Prom Court 3, 4, Homecoming Court 4, Prom Queen 4. DREW WOMACK NEDT Award 1, NFL 1, In- tramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1. MARY ANN ZALESAK FBLA 3, Future Nurses 4, Sodality 1,2, Annual 4, GAA 4, Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4, Schola 3, Library Assistant 3, 4, Cho- ral Club 3, 4. RON WANGLER Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Aca- demic Letters 1, 3, 4, NEDT Award 1, Math Award 1, Sodality 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, Latin Honor Society 1, 2, Camera Club 4. JANYCE WEBBER Honor Roll 1, Newspaper 1, GAA 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 3, Camera Club 4, PASF 4, Altar Society 3. BUZ ZIEGLER Honor Roll 3, 4, Academic Letter 4, Stu. Coun. Off, 4, Stu. Coun. Rep. 2,35 Class Off. 1, 2, 3, Var, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Basketball 2, Var. Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Sr. Off. 4, Sodality 1, Dist, Football All St, Football Varsity Basket ball 3, 4 EVELYN THERESA ANN WASHINGTON Brownwood Scholarship 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Aca- demic Letter 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, FBLA 4, NFL 3, 4, Volley- ball 2, 3, Baseball 3, PASF 4, Secretary 4, Sacred Heart League 2, 3, Choral Club 3. JUDY WINASKI Honor Roll l, 3, 4, Aca- demic Letter 4, Genesians 1, GAA 4, Altar Society 3 4, Sacred Heart League 1, 2, 3, 4. 431 PEN 4:09-A., 6 3 ww -Q..,, -3 WQIL 0 -14151: Highest ranking girl, girls' division, Carol Neilon delivers the opening address. - my .f B 5 , sq ' :A '-Y 'N 1 P Q QQ! if Bl 4' Q 4 Q Q E. ' 33 P, gl I iff ,N K i I 35 v K E., .,..',, g 2, if ff - 1 Faculty and student body honor graduates. Special Qamfacatiaa J-laaars Graduates Any minute now that door is going to open, . . X 1 i l r s to 'P"'--r---N. x... ,, A.., Judy Dornblaser receives a Voice of Democracy Award from a mem- ber of the Veterans of Foreign War. On May 20 the faculty and student body honored the graduates of 1966 at a special convocation in the gym. To the traditional tune of Pomp and Circum- i stance, the seniors make their formal entrance. Brother Pierre is Master of Ceremonies ofthe program l during which he announces the awards and scholar- ships won by individual seniors. Carol Neilon, high- est ranking girl gives the welcome address. Ken 3 Fenoglio, highest ranking boy gives the closing address, Of special note is the acceptance of the National Merit Scholarship by Carol Neilon who will attend f Rice University. Chaminade Award winner Ken Fenoglio. i SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS: Peggy Magner, Judy Dornblaser, Frank Kuban, Larry Johnson, Ken Fenoglio, Donna Rappich, and Carol Neilon, 1 K 1 s lkg lyacmlzzurmfe Mass flmors Seniors Very Rev. Msgr. W. J. McCoey, pastor of St. Johns Parish offers the Baccalaureate Mass for the graduates on Sunday, May 22, After Mass a buf- fet breakfast is served to the seniors and their guests. Dwain Mees registers disbelief as Dave Siebold and Ron Wangler try to prove that they did not braid the seniors' tassels. A ""..x' i s-:rea K . is .+a1zu-- F ,ii A ,sf .-!,......-..--- . ,,fri S yr by , 'Q ' iiif ois T 5 1, Q- it X if Monsignor McCoey celebrates the 1966 Baccalaureate Mass F Graduates make formal entrance for Mass -:i Z,-Y """Q L1 Guest enjoy buffet after Mass -1 K , f "Now if we attach A snap to B snap, X snap to P snap to Q snap, we can all graduate. " Graduates receive Communion at the Baccalaureate Mass Y snap, and 1' H Cheri Boyce savors her big I 5 'LIQQ Bishop Gorman celebrates the Benediction at the graduation ceremony. Graduation Ekmalfes Graduation takes place May 23 at Will Rogers ' Memorial Auditorium, 8:00 pm. His Excellency, l Thomas K, Gorman, Bishop of Dallas-Fort Worth, l assisted by Very Rev. Msgr. Donald A. Hartnett, Very Rev. Msgr. Robert Forlitti, and Brother Richard Dix, S.M. , presents diplomas to the graduates, as Rev. 'John Meyers, Superintendent of Schools, proclaims their names. Bishop Gor- man gives the keynote address. Commencement exercises close with the solemn Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and the recessional, moment as she walks away A with her diploma I64 Abracadabra - and even the mortarboards move. I iid Happiness is a signed diploma! High School years Helen Cochran receives her diploma from Bishop Gorman. "I don't understand - they keep telling me I'm too young to play. " Fatwa Kavsfers Supparl Lfepanfo Seniors help finance publication of the annual by soliciting pa- trons. The Lepanto specially salutes these students for their generous work in this project. The Lepanto staff also extends its gratitude to Brother Droste and Mr. Galvan, our photographers, and the sponsors and patrons without whose financial help the publication would not have been possible. Donations have been classed in the following divisions: 31.00 - 34, 50, Patronsg 35.00 - 39. 50, Special Patronsg 310.00 - 324. 50, Sponsorsg 325. 00 or more, Special Sponsors. Pat Barb011aqs12o.oop Ron Wangler 13104. OOQ, Bonnie Matetich 13104. 001 Buz Ziegler 1350. 001 and Ken Fenoglio 1365.001 Larry Johnson 1368.001 and Karen Gage 1360. OOQ, Diane Miller Sue Ann Quinn 1356. 83j 1350. 001, and Charlotte Fox 1352. O0j Special Spvnsors All Saints Catholic Men's Club Air Rite Engineering Company Drs. Catherine and Elbert Carlton First State Bank, Euless, Texas John A Fontenot Sales Company A Friend Hopkins Real Estate Knights of Columbus, Council 2813 Marcel's Studio--R, G. Galvan Msgr. Nolan Council, Knights of Columbus Mobile-Air Company Northeast National Bank Charles B. Renaud Sammie George Hdwe, and Auto Parts Mr. and Mrs. Denning Schattman Schieme Bros. Service Station Smith Air Conditioning Co. Inc. Student Council Texas Electric Service Company Msgr. Vincent J. Wolfe Sponsvrs All Saints Bingo Committee Anonymous Arc Electric Company Bunker Printing and Lithographing Co. Bulter-Jara Printing Company Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Coleman Mr, and Mrs, Philip Cramer Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crumley Mr. Lalo Cuellar Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Doane Mr. Arthur J. Doherty Dub Shaw Ford Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Fenoglio First National Bank of Hurst 11th Frame Restaurant From A Friend Mr. and Mrs. John J, Gard Gibson Discount Store Mr, and Mrs. Scott Grant Greater Fort Worth Young Republican Club Ha1tom's Jewelers Harveson and Cole Hester's on the Hill H. G. Hight Family Holy Family Women's Organization Italian Inn Mr, and Mrs. Chas. B. Johnson Jr, Who took this picture? Johnny Johnson Tire Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Klarich Dr. L. P. Kleuser Kleinschmidt's Cake Shop Knights of Columbus, Council 4101 Knights of Columbus, Msgr. Jos. O'Donohue Council Leo Jarnagin Pontiac Center Dr. and Mrs. George J. Luibel Mr, and Mrs. Louis M. Matetich Noel's Inc. Mr, and Mrs, Joseph O'Kane A. F. Pankey Mr, and Mrs. Arthur C. Porter Dr, and Mrs. R. D. Potter Piper Produce fRudolph Piperj Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Putzel C. J. Rucker S and G T. V, and Radio Service Rev. Richard Sokolski Stockton Mfg. CO. Superior Provision Co. Mr, and Mrs. Charles M. Thompson Mr, and Mrs. Guy Thompson Mr, and Mrs, John Vernon Rev. Damian Wewers, O, S, B. Special Patrons All Saints Parish Al's Formal Wear Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Atkins Mr, and Mrs. W. K. Bailey Barton's Garage, 1615 W. Jefferson T, C, Bartula Family R. M. Bean Beyette's Sporting Goods Dr. C. J. Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. John A. Brady Mr. and Mrs, M. S. Clark A. B. Crimmins Family C-12 C-19 Hazel's Heroes Dalton's Best Maid Products Inc. Mrs. Eva Dispennett Exchange Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Roy J, Hake Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hamilton Very Rev. Msgr. Donald Hartnett Mrs. Jesse Hartshorn Mrs. Joseph Jerry Mr. and Mrs. Carroll E. Johnson Mr, and Mrs. David B. Jones Rev. Richard Judge Juniors A-13 Juniors of A-17 Kyle's Wedgwood Drug Inc. Rt. Rev. Msgr. E. V. McCullough Very Rev. Msgr, C. E, McTamney Dwain Mees Mr. and Mrs, Charles B. Meyer Jay P. Migues Mr, and Mrs. Frank Mills Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Moore Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Morbitzer Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Neilon O'Grady Plumbing Co. Inc. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Parkman Rae Racine San Mateo Mission Mr. and Mrs, C. J. Sawey Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Shaw Rowan Shaw Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert W, Sherrod Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Stanton Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sullivan Mrs, John Taylor Union Bank of Fort Worth Mr. and Mrs. A. R, Vystavil Father Richard Weaver In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. J. Whitfrll Winters and Evans Realtors Worth Electronics An energetic junior goes feet first into courtyard Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Zalesak pro ject, Mr. and Mrs. B. H, Ford A Friend Gieb Drug Store I68 What English final? After four years of high school, Rosemary can spell " the. " Naomi Brown Paul Burge Hardware Mr. and Mrs. Dave Butler Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Caesar Camera Craft Studios Bill Campbell Real Estate Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Carter Mrs. Josie Carter Stacy Chandler Mr, and Mrs. Roy Clark Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Coleman Jr, Mike Connelly Linda Conner Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie R. Cox Mrs. Early Craney Crowder's Food Marker Cursillistas Mr. and Mrs. B. Czajkowski Patsy Czajkowski Mr. and Mrs, Pat F. Dalton Jr, David and Linda Miss Mary Davis Mrs. Edward N. Dempwolf Laurie Doane Mr, C. H, Donthan Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Dulle Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Dulle Mr. and Mrs. Ted Duncan Mrs. W. E, Dungan Barbara Dunlavy Mrs. Thelma J, Durham Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eierdam Dillard Evans-Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Fenimore Mr. and Mrs. John L. Fox A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend Anthony and Robert Galvan patrons Mrs. H. N. Gilbert Mrs. D. R. Aertker An Aggie 6th Period Algebra A-14 Bailin's Shoe Store Mrs. Joseph P. Bandor Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Barker Grace Bass Mrs. Cleo Beal Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Bordovsky Mr, and Mrs. Joe Botik Mrs. J. E. Boullt Bobbie Brown Stay away--he's mine! ! Mrs. Max M. Gillaspy R. L. Godfrey Family Mrs. Preston Green Mr. and Mrs. G. R, Hailey John R. Hampton Father Pat Hazel Mr. Leroy Holland Philip Holveck Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hopkins Augusta Horn Mrs. V. D. Howell "Don't let it get around, but I heard that Sister Jane Marie ,,,, " Edith Jackson Mrs. M. G. Janca A. Jebbie John, Ken, Jim and John Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Johnson Valetta B. Jones Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Keating Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kirchem A. A. Knapp Mrs. W. A. Kosarek David Lawrence Barbara Lewis Mr. and Mrs. John Lilly Mr. Bill Love Mrs. Rose Luttrel G. L. McCarthy Family Rev. Lawrence J, MacLellan, S G. S, McMahon Miss Pearl McMillin Dusty Marciner Johnnie M. Maloy Mrs, Marie Marsh Martin's of Polytechnic C-17--Wally's Wombatts Norma L. Martin Mr, and Mrs. Tom Matranga l7O Mary and Chris In Memory of Sister Eleanor's Mother Don Merkley Mr. and Mrs. E, J, Merkley Barbara Ann Meyer Elizabeth Meyer Mary Lou Meyer Mobley Ridglea Drug Mr, and Mrs. Vincent Murphy Mrs. Ermer Murray Mr, and Mrs. S. C, Nelson Jessie Nichson New Worth Mr, and Mrs. R. B, O'Brien I Miss Katherine O Dowd Mrs, J. A. Olsen Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Pace J. M. Parnel Family Till Petrocchi Mr. Priddy's 5th Period Algebra Class Marion L. Priddy Mrs. Barbara Mr, and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Quinn Ramey W. M. Randolph Charlie L. Ritchie Carl A. Robinson D. H. Rogiuto Vicki Rogillio Rosemary and Ken U. S. Royal Store Schaefer s Jewelers Gary Schmedt Carol Shaw Mr, and Mrs, R. E. Sherrod Mr, and Mrs. William W, Siebold Mrs. C. H. Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith Mr, and Mrs. James C. Smith Smokey Solomon's Shoe Store Linda Spratt Edward Tesar Mr, and Mrs, Jake Tesar Mr. and Mrs, Richard R. Tice Beverly Jeanne Thomas Mr. J. S. Tucker Brady Twiggs Mr. and Mrs. B. Watson Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Washington Joanne Webber Mr, and Mrs. Merdice White Augustus Whitted Jr, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Wiley Jr, Miss Guendolyn Williams Mrs. Martha Williams Mr, and Mrs, A,W. Winaski Kathy and Terrie Winaski Mr. and Mrs, Claud C. Woodward Jr. Abraham, Gailey 100 Abraham, Grnda 61,134,136 Abraham, Mary Jane 63,100 Abraham, Sheri 51,112 Adams, Suzanne 114 Addison, Paula 20,35, 126 Aertker, Rowland 61,136 Alba, Yolanda 136,139 Alderson, David 126 Alford, Alford, Pamie 98 Paula 124 Alholm, Tony 19,20,33,35,40, Alholm, R. L. 136 Alldredge, Rich 126 Altgilber, Peggy 100 Anderson, Carla 62,126 Anderson, Nancy 20 , 21, 61, 1 Andrews, Billy 126 Andrews, Elsie 137 Andries, Michael 126 Andries, Tom 63,100 Armstrong, Vicki 100 Arrington, Mary 100 Artega, Gloria 126 Ashe, Greg 54, 61,137 Atkins, Jim 20,24,126 Atkins, Mary Beth 63,100 Atkins, John L. 100 Atkins, Wanda 25,61,137 Bailey, Cindy 27,137 Bailey, George 100 Bailey, Jan 100 Baliko, Tunde 98 Ballentine, Gregg 62, 85,114 Ballentine, Mike 20, 62,114 Barber, Beth 63,100 Barbolla, Patrick 31, 35, 86, 90, 135, 138 Barton, Ray 126 Student Jude! 44, 61, 64,135,136 ha! ha! ha! ha! ha! Bartula, Debbie 100 Bartula, Pattie 114 Barwinkel, Paulette 34, 63,114 Bausch, Mike 79,99 Beal, Billie Evelyn 138 Bean, Steve 38,85,96,114 Becan, Robert 114,38 Behl, Ann 114 Behl, Mary 35,138 Bell, Pat 20,40,46,126 Bellman, Ed 74,126 Bennett, Richard 114 Bennett, Mary Ann 126 Bennett, Steve 126 Benoit, Janice 94,100 Benoit, Susan 63,911,100 Benoit, Robert A. 126 Benson, Gary 62,114 Bergmann, Timothy 100 Bezoek, George 126 Bielinski, Kathy 114 Birks, Ozell 114 Blaschke, Dennis 74, 90, 124 Blythe, Barbara 126 Bolliger, Byron 63,100 Bolliger, Richard 126 Bordovsky, Anna Marie 24, 45, 50, 138 Boteler, Mike 115 Boucher, Robert 115 Boullt, Marilyn 24, 35, 60, 61, 138 Bowden, Kathy 126 Boyce, Cheri 56,134,138,164 Bradley, Bridget 100 Brandt, Jerry 115 Bransford, Cathie 115 Breen, Pat 127 Brignac, Ray 63, 99 l I don't get it. Brooks, Bette 115 Brouillette., Michael 115 Brown, Cynthia 59,100 Brown, Don 74,138 Brown, Jeni 115 Brown, Susan 139 Brucker, Chris 74,75,79,125 Brucker, Jeff 139 Bruner, Margaret 127 Bullard, Pat 115 Butler, Mary 19,139 Butler, Patty 115 Butler, Michael James 79,101 Butts, Teresa 127 Cagigal, Frank 127 Caesar, Anna 115 Caesar, Jeanne 101 Caldwell, Don 139 Calvin, Sam 63,101 Cardenas, Ann 94,139 Carlton, Helen 139 Carmody, Sheila 127 Carter, Brad 115 Casebolt, Bob 101 Caufield, Susie 45,127 Chamberlain, Chris 115 4 155 . if ,521 I J X ' John Atkins will ny anything to get out of English class Chandler, Van 115 Chapman, Debbie 101 Chenevert, Michael D, 101 Childress, Rosemary 34, 140, 27 Cigainero, Cecilia 59,140 Cigainero, Dennis 101 Cigainero, John 127 Cigainero, Mary 101 Cosgrove, Kay 62,127 Cosgrove, Mike 34,116 Cotton, Beryl 127 Cowan, Tom 32, 35, 49, 74, 77, 87, 92, 140 Cox, Don 102 Cox, Ralph 20,62,125 Cramer, Mike 116 Cramer, Kathy 141 Crear, David 116 Cirone, Chris 127 Clanan, Jeanne 127 Clare, Kathy 94,101 Clark, Barbara 140 Clark, Ken 85,90,91,l15 Claussen, Donald W. 63,100 Cleary, Tom 127 Coady, Buzz 79,101 Coakley, Meg 115 Cocca, Nancy 101 Cochran, Helen 30,59,61,140,165 Cochran, Joe 101 Coke, Patti 101 Coleman, Bette 13,19,34,47,64,140 Coleman, Neil E. 102 Coleman, Lynn 112 Connelly, Mike 46, 62,127 Connelly, Kathy 102 Connally, Peggy 63,116 Connolly, Tim 96,125 Corbin, John J. 127 Coriddi, Peter 127 Creighton, Lynn 127 Crider, Lucy Ann 93 Crimmins, Mary 21,127 Croomes, Cecelia 34,127 Cross, Mary Ellen 34, 59,141 Crumley, Kathleen 31, 49, 53, 61, Cumby, Carolyn 116 Curda, Mary Kay 20, 63,116 Curtis, Chris 74 Czajkowski, Jean 31,49,61,141 Dacy, Pat 127 Dacy, John 90,125 Daigle, Paul R. 63,99 Dalton, Caryl 20,35,62,127 Dalton, Cathy 63,102 Dancses, Joe 74, 90,127 Davidson, Jim 62,116 Davis, Lynne 62,127 Diaz, Lydia 116 Diaz, Rebecca 102 Diaz, Rosie 127 Diaz, Rosario 127 Discuillo, Steve 21,127 Doane, Linda 20,21,26,61,141 Dohna, Sally 102 134,141 Dolson, Vincent 102 Donaldson, Tom 35, 74,141 Donaldson, Bobby 98 Donohue, Mary 127 Dornblaser, Judy 2O,22,58, 61,142,161 Dorris, Bobbie 127 Doskocil, Diane 112 Doskocil, Patsy 94,102 Drake, Elaine 102 Drew, Edward 116 Dulle, Marianne 20 , 33, 61, 134, 142 Duncan, Glenn 63,79,86,102 Dungan, Ronnie 80,142 Duran, Richard 62,116 Dunton, Christopher 35,142 Edwards, Mary 102 Eierdam, Don 21,116 Elias, David 142 Evans, Carla 94,98 Evans, Vernon 62,85,86,116 Farrell, Mike 99 Farrell, Pat 90,113 Farrell, Shirley 20,62,127 Farrington, Brian T, 63,102 Fenimore, Gayle 32,142 Fenoglio, Ken 19,35,49, 61, 64, 74,77,143,161 Fenoglio, Rich 79,98 Ferris, Clary 116 Flanagan, Charles 74, 77,143 Flanagan, Dave 79,86, 99 "Where 'd everybody go?" Fletcher, Myra 116 ..I SEE-E-E you Flowers, Lee 127 Flynn, Jane 112 Flynn, Rhea 94,98 Fonner, Eddie 74,80,81,86,89,143 Fontenot, Ellen 20,21,24, 61,94, 95,143 Ford, Joey 35,143 Ford, Juanita 102 Fox, Charlotte 61,143 Franchina, Charles F. 79,102 Franchina, Tom 143 Franko, Michael 127 Franko, Patrick E, 102 Frazier, James 144 Freeman, Bill 35,74,135,144 Friedman, Jim 144 Fruggiero, Elizabeth 102 Fulkerson, Bill 62,116 Fulkerson, Gerry 53,144 Gage, Karen 144 Gaither, Janice 102 Gallagher, Kathy 63,102 Gallagher, Mike 21,128 Gallagher, Pat 86,116 Gapinski, Carol 102 Garcia, Annie 95,144 Garza, Oscar 62,86,128 Gavos, Bob 128 Gehringer, Loretta 103 Gehringer, Ronald 128 Geisler, Gregory L. 103 George, Sam 74,144 Gibbs, Steve 74 Gieb, Charles 103 Gilday, John 80,84,85,144 Gilday, Mary 116 Gillaspy, Ken 113 Glasser, Bill 61,145 Glasser, Charlene 116 Godfrey, Mary Ellen 62,128 Godsey, Dick 128 Gonzalez, David 128 Gonzalez, Paul 79,99 Gostomski, Sandi 124 Gould, Liz 128 Gould, Peter 62,116 Grace, Dennis 103 Grace, Pat 116 Grady, Sondra 128 Grant, Mike 64, 80,125 Holveck, James 128 Holveck, Pat 99 Hopkins, Jim 20,22, 62, 125 Hopkins, Janet 25, 34, 61, 95, Horne, Bill 62,117 Hudon, Mike 117 Hunter, Jan 20,62,128 Hunter, Roger 103 Hurd, Jose 59,128 Hoelke, David 103 Ipock, John 103 Ipock, Mary Frances 128 Jackson, James 99 134, 146 Grasher, Barbara 128 Greene, Reed 79,86, 99 Green, Charles 63,117 Greenwood, Gregg 117 Greer, Greta 21,117 Griswold, Marie 128 Grove, Pam 31,35,64,124 Guinn, Cathy 45,128 Gwozdz, Lillian 117 Hajek, Sharon 27,145 Hake, Ronnie 85,117 Hall, Alvia 117 Hall, Martha 128 Hall, Mike 117 Hall, J. B. 62,117 Hammond, Walt 61,74,86,145 Handler, Phil 128 Hankins, Jim 145 Hanlon, Elien 30, 134,145 Hanlon, Jimmy 79,99 Hart, Lucia 45,98 Hartnett, Leo 117 Hartnett, Dick 145 Hartnett, Steve 62, 85,117 Hasler, Judy 128 Hauber, Carol 103 Hawkins, Delores 117 Haynes, John 146 Hebert, Mary Lynn 117 Heim, Eunice 20,112 Hiem, Mike 35,61,80,146 Heise, Doretta 103 Helbing, Mary Laura 117 Henderson, Linda 146 Henderson, Patricia 34,117 Henegan, Debbie 34,103 Henesey, Patricia 103 Herberger, Jenean Herberger, Leslie 19, 32, 49, 98, 146 Hicks, Brian 146 Hicks, Teresa 94,103 Hight, Dianne 128 Hiler, Marian 63,103 Holler, Kathy 63,103 Jacobs, Alyce 128 Jameson, Steve 85,112 Jettun, Dennis 117 This is what happens to people who don't keep Quiet in the library, Jonson, Barbara 20,21,112 Johnson, Clayton 104 Johnson Dale 90, 117 Johnson, Larry 20, 24, 31, 40 , 61, 147, 161 Johnson, Gail 117 Johnson John 35, 37, 61, 74, 78, 90,147 Jones, Dianne Jones, Jimmy Jones, Linda 104 Jones, Mary Loretta 95,147 Jones, Patsy 32,124 Jones, Rita 104 Jones, Sheila 128,27 Jones, Terry 128 25, 95, 134, 147 63, 79, 104 Kurtin, Cloud 104 Three Stooges Jungman, Vic 104 Jurajda, Barbara 63,594,104 Kaercher, Pat 117 Kaler, Kaler, Larry 98 Mike 128 Kalista, Jeff 117 Kalista, Grace 129 Kane, Kane, Theresa 117 Thomas 104 Keating, Bob 147 Keating, Jerry 19, 20, 35, 61, 64, 147 Keating, Timothy 104 Kellenberger, Bill 117 Kirchem, Steve, 63,99 Klarich, Beverly 104 Klarich, Ernest 35,148 Kleuser, Mary Kay, 64,124 Kleuser, Tommy 62,86,112 Konecny, Joyce 104 KOPP, KOPP, Neil 113 Richard 28, 4.5, 62,129 Kostohryz, Beverly 94,104 Kretzschmar, Ann 63,117 Krivanek, Jim, 77,80,129 Kuban, Frank, 61, 148, 161 Kuban Kuban Kurtin , Joe 62,117 , John 63,104 , Candy 62,124,27 Kyle, Marcia 124 La Croix, Karen 24, 95,134,148 La Croix, Steve 62,61,85,ll2 Lally, sany 14s Lambright, Mary Ellen 129 Lambrix, Virginia 118 Lance, Marc 129 Lance, Milk 74,105 Lance, Michael 35,148 Lange, Laux, Beatrice 11 8 Alverna 105 Laux, Anne 118 Leabo, John 129 Leon, Richard 118 Leone, Mary Jo 27,61,148 Levitt, John 79,105 Leza, Maria 112 Lilly, Regina 44,129 Linton, Keith, 85,118 Lischio, Kathie 112 Littlefield, Cindy 105 Lloyd, Jim 61,148 Lopez, Cecilia 149 Lux, Nick 105 Lyons, Jimmy 105 Lourenco, Eliane McCabe, Claudia 118 McCarthy, Nancy 118 McClellan, Elevene 67,118 McConnell, John 105 McConnell, Robert 20,129 McDonald, Danny 118 McGuire, Kathleen 26, 61, 95,150 McLaurin, Deborah 129 McNaughton, Greg 74,125 McNeill, Duncan 129 McLaughlin, Mandy 150 McReynolds, Renee 118 Maddux, Taylor, 61,149 Maddux, Stephen 20,22,58,62,125 Magner, Peggy 32,35,149,161 Marrs, Margaret 129 Marsh, Arthur 105 Marzonie, Francia 45, 50, 61,149 Massey, Nikki 105 Matetich, Bonnie 21, 24, 61, 149 Matetich, Mike 2O,62,113 Matzner, Pat 35,61,86,1 Mees, Dennis 31,35,61,150,162 Meislohn, Theressa 129 Meister, Lee 62,118 Mendoza, David 118 Mendoza, George 90,129 Mendoza, Rufino 35, 61, 90,150 Merrill, Charles 118 Merrill, Kit 118 Messner, Sharon 118 Meyer, Barbara 34,63,94,1o5 Meyer, Elizabeth 20,33,61,95,150 Meyer, Mary Lou 25,26,34,129 Meyers, Larry 76, 90,135,150 Meyers, Randy 85,113 Meyers, Steve 64, 80,125 Migues, Kem 25,151 Miller, Barbara 20, 63, 118 Miller, Charles 151 Miller, Diane 7,150 Miller, Donna 40,61,64,151 Miller, Edna 51,112 Miller, Kenneth 63,105 Miller, Pam 20,24,23,33,6 Mills, Greg 119 Mitchell, Earl 113 Mocio, Stephen 113 Moller, Carleen 34,105 Moore, Ann 35,151 Moore, Jackie 130 Moore, John 105 Moore, Penny 34,119 Morawski, Paul 130 Moriarty, Margaret 130 Morton, A'Nelle 21, 44,130 Morton, Morton, Tim 79,105 Mosby, Joe 90,125 Mueller, Marilyn 94,105 Mulder, George 105 Mulholland, Terrie 105 Mullen, Caroline 63,105 Murphy, Barbara 20,63,119 Murphey, Thomas, 63,105 Nappier, Jon 119 Narviz, Mary 94,119 Neel, Dennis 105 Neel, John 79,130 Neilon, Carol 20,21,35,61, Nelson, David 86,151 Nelson, Don 86,119 Norman, John 130 Normand, Kathy 119 Normand, Pete 130 Norton, Lee 112 Norton, Robert 31,151 Novak, Colleen 119 Nycz, David 79,105 O'Brien, Paula 112 O'Byrne, Eve 130 O'Connor, Art 74, 92,152 O'Connor, Margaret 130 O'Connor, Randy 152 O'Kane, Patti 20,21,35,61 O'Keefe, Terry 105 Oliver, Alene 152 Oliver, Jim 130 Oliver, Jack 106 O'Neill, Mike 2O,62,119 O'Reilly, Tina 34,119 Owen, Stephen 106 Pace, Ardith 152 Padilla, Jaime 79, 106 Larry, 46, 74, 75, 86, , 67, 152 Parker, Bill 20,58,62,125 Paukert, Ken 152 2,129 Parkman, Priscilla 10 6 Parman, Richard 106 Parr, Danny, 45,119 Parrish, Missy, 63,98 Pavlicek, Rick 106 Pearson, Michelle 119 Pearson, Pamela 106 Pemberton, Joe 130 Penn, Cathy 20,30,59,61,152 Perez, Juanita 130 Perricone, Chris 106 Perricone, Marilyn 62,130 87,125 Perricone , Patricia 1 53 Petta, Kay 106 Pieters, Frances 106 Pitz, Anna 106 Platt, Steve 130 Plecki, Mark 119 Polk, Butch 19,35,74,76,135, Polson, Porter, Porter, Potter, 151,160,161 Kris 119 Dani 63,94,93 Richard 37,106 Mary Elaine 63, 93 153 Palmros, Pennie 119 nWhO's that H Pankey, Linda 31,47,46,49,152 Oveijthefe Vfifh Pannen, Terry 79,106 my fesson' Pannell, Pantoja, Jerry 63, 79, 106 Laura 119 Schattman, Fred 20, 22, 62, 120 Potter, Richard 61,86,87,89,153 Potter, Russell 20, 62, 86,113 Price, Teresa 130 Prowitt, Pinny 119 Pustejovsky, Mary 106 Pustejovsky, Richard 80,130 Putzel, Marcia 19,153 Quattrochi, Melinda 119 Quinn, Sue Ann 7,20,24,35, Racine, Rae 24,153 Ragsdill, Steve 130 Randle, Clyde 106 Randolph, Julianne 154 Rappich, Donna, 154,161 Ray, Don 113 Ray, Karen 106 Ray, Tom 80,135,154 Redd, Barbara 119 Redd, Ershel 24, 35, 74, 154 Redd, Thomas 79,98 61, 67 ,1a4,153 Robinson, Camille 154 Robertson, Jimmy 31,51, 90,130 Robinson, Patti 130 Robinson, Sherrell 119 Rocha, Luis 130 Rodriguez, Cindy 107 Rodriguez, Joe 74,119 Rodriguez, Sammy 8o,s1, 90, 91,125 Rodriguez, Sandra 30,59,154 Roehl, Arthur 125 Rogillio, Vicki 25,130 Rohmer, Pat 41,53,154 Romeo, Angela 107 Romeo, Mark 62,85,113 Romer, Jon 63,86,99 Ross, Larry 155 Ross, Rob 119 Rourke, Ruth 46,63,119 Rourke, Thomas 107 Rucker, Darla 63,120 Rucker, Teri 107 Rudd, Jenena 130 Saavedra, Becky 63, 94,107 Sandoval, George 107 Scallan, Mike 49,74,155 ScAntlin, Patrick 107 Schaezler, Michael 120 . .. ig: ,gg -1 .i f if 5- Jw ,W 1- ,fx ia, 1 , .. ,ggi H 15,3 I think your Mother is trying to tell us something! 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