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

 - Class of 1976

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L- WN vwgn .Mlm 7336 ANT Qu' Q. fgiw 4 REFLECTIO NS E "Individual strength gives each of us the opportunity to become involved with the other and form a bond." .,pv-""' REFLECTIONS 5 "In this bond we experience a call to build a community. As a community we are strength for each other and gift for those who are touched by us." .. N Q K i 6 REFLECTIONS EFLECTIONS 7 3 8 1 1976 LEPANTO Nolan High School Ft. Worth, Texas Volume XV Theme . . Academics Clubs . . Happenings Sports . . Seniors . Juniors . . Sophomores Freshmen Junior High Sponsors . Advertisements . . . . lndex . . 1 10 38 .60 104 140 158 168 178 188 192 194 206 ,gf as ,44- sggff' A . ln' 6 .lm ,f cf , ic? ' H -'fs . 15" -ap. I A. -,.,. A '!T?lfrY.- 1 ag. 5 .TW i s , ' ..-Q 1 4-F 1 . I l 10 ACADEMICS QCiQQW IMllliQS Top, Right: Bro. David O'Hearn,Princi- Administration And Staff pal: 'We like to think of Nolan as a fam ily. " Top, Left: Bro. Roger Bau, Busi- ness Manager, surrounded by the tools of his trade. Bottom, Left: Mrs. Marcia Stefan, Vice-Principal: "I can find any- thing in this school if I put my mind to it!" Bottom, Right: Mr. Bob Gunter, Vice-Principal: "I like to be available to students when they need to talk." 12 ACADEMICS I in 'f' Al Top, Left: Mrs. Grace Scanlon, Secretary, digs for keys to start another day. Top, Right: Mrs. Ann Sivek, Secretary, chal- Ienges a student on his missing hall pass. Middle: Sr. Mary McLarry, Chairman of Pastoral Services, plans Lenten Celebra- tion with Sr. Katharine. Bottom, Left: Mrs. Dona Baushke, Financial Secretary, "How many purchase orders do you need?" ACADEMICS 13 Religion Religion: Left: Fr. Chris Janson, Chairman of the Religion Department, Lectures. Above: Marriage and Religion teacher, Sr. Paul O'- Reilly sneaks a preview of the !!Lepanto!! in an open mod with Henry Jacot and Rosemary Kavanaugh. Above Left: Bro. Bruce Shields appreciates Martin Thompson's doodles from CHRISTIANITY IN ACTION class while Scott Kingeter looks on attentively. Above, Right: Sr. Kathy O'Conner aids comprehension during a Freshman Religion Class. ACADEMICS 15 ,aw Above: Mike Wallace and Cynthia Anth- ony make good use of their time in the Religion Resource Center. Right: Mark M Tompkins and John Valentine with Sr. Anna Piccola. Guidance qgntlllf' Above: Guidance Counselor, Bro. Andy Oberneufemann, and Lee Ann LaCroix review S,A,T, scores. Right: Chairman of the Guidance Department, Dr. Margaret Dillinger, files student records. 16 ACADEMICS English K, N IUYIL an i i I il. t 1 1 mfxesnw Left. Sr. Joan's APES Above: Sr. Joan Markey, Chairman of the English Depart- ment: "You make it difficult for me to decide if you are Advanced Placement English Students or APES! !" ACADEMICS 17 18 ACADEMICS ful Top Left: Miss Vicki Helfenstein: "What do you mean you think you deserve an 'A'?" Top Right: Bro. Sohm: "See, Itold you that you could do it right. That's just perfect." Above: Sr. Rose Nlarie Nlalnickz "When you write a composition Iexpect you to use comma's and periods , ." Right: "I don't think you're so UG LY, DUCKLING-." Fr. Richard O'Sha- ughnessy's Drama Class. ,png L 5, 1 X: Above, Left: Mr. Byron Bransom: "Mr. Masc- hino and I are NOT brothers." Top: Mrs. Jean Desha: "I just have a FEW pages of homework for you to do tonight." Above Right: Mrs. Joy Shaver ..... preparing another "fun" English class. ACADEMICS 19 Mathematics rf V f' Q' H ' if Um s E . ii i I Above Left: Mr. Jack King:"Thisweek'sAIgebratestwiIIbetocometothegymTuesday at7:30p.m.towathcMYgirIspIayREA LbasketbaII." Above Right: Bro. Lou-is Mason, Chairman of the Math Department. 3x2hf2'x x25 + Cx-li E23 x3-36 +L3+ 5aiJ Right: Mr. John Mills: "I found this hat in a sportscar!" 20 ACADEMICS Lxsx xx. V ,f I fy ,N-,wwf ,Y A .. yv' PUSTULATES ,fn 9 if Q ,st3 ,,,,ff-""L""' Left: This algebra class is a bunch of laughs! Lower, Left: Mr. John Hudson: "So you REALLY think I'm tall?" Lower, Right: Clarissa Guinn glitters a triangle for an "A'l Bottom, Left: Mrs. Katheryn Re points out the RIGHT angle. Bottom Right: Mr. Joe Maschino: Mathe- matics. . .telling it like it is! YQ W ACADEMICS 21 Languages ZX X A -.., NM ,quo Top Right: Miss Betsy Dodge: French, films and fillies. Top Left: Mrs. Marie Kaminskas: "This is very good, now try to write it in Spanish." Above: "She just keeps saying 'no comprendo'." Right: Mrs. Paloma Cornehlsz Chairman of the Language Depart- ment, "I told you a million times. . .uno, dos, tres, QUATRO 22 ACADEMICS 4 QQST5 S E f we 3 . 3 ,..,, X. . .. we J ,,s:.,s-ss. 6 f Top, Left: Mr. Rick Boeglinz "In the Nolan Culture we DON'T wear jeanS." Top, Nliddle: Bro. Ralph Schnitzer listens atten- tively to an answer from a student in World Cultures. Top, Right: Bro. Charles Rahe: "No, the Alamo battle was not in . 1776!" Left: Bro. Urban Naal signs up another lucky student as an Egyptian spear bearer for the opera. Above: Bride of the year: Gunter becomes Singer for Mrs. Debra. Social Studies Right: Chairman of the Science Depart- ment, Bro. Greg DeMoor and Leslie Lowes count nuclear disintegrations of a radioactive substance. Below, Left: 7th graders char e their homemade batteries. 9 Below, Right: Hieu Nguyen works dilli- gently. 24 ACADEMICS Sciences i . ff ,ff s 1 " 4 it Top: "Look, my soap washes more dishes than yours." Above: "I'll hold the pen and you look up the answers." Above, Right: Bro. John Rohe: "We'II look this up in the Snoopy Index." ACADEMICS 25 Top: "How's your love life?" Right: Mr. Joe Qlubanz "Now, turn the knob slowly so you don't go through the slide. . . CRACK." 26 ACADEMICS Top, Left: IVlr. Frank Banell: " Ha! Ha! I'm in focus and you're not!" Top, Right: "If I could just get this wheel offI could use it on my go cart." Bottom, Left: "Now, I'm really lost!" Bot- tom, Right: Pre-Test Cramming! ACADEMICS 27 Home Economics Right: lVlrs. Jean Smith: 'What do you mean there's nothing on these laps?" Below: 'If I could just learn to thread a needle, I might pass this course." 5 . nk 34.1 -M- Above: "I thought Lasagne came in a can!" Right: School was out two hours ago and we just finished this thing. 28 ACADENIICS ' Top, Left: Miss Auvenshine responds to typing laps. Top, Right: Future Leaders of the business world. Middle, Left: "Aha, I found the x." Bottom, Right: "Now, your appeal was denied, however, it has been accepted by the NATIONAL LAM- POON." Bottom, Left: "Speak to me in shorthand." 1 f 'll f 6-N Ii M, , , r M , ,e g cv M- W-, K grik N , m I ' v....41' Q' H ' if'-i ff' f:few,.- . I - V X ' ' '--, 45 , A , gf, I , If of K A 2 Business ACADEMICS 29 ,. ti 30 ACADEMICS Physical Education Above, Left: Jerry Netek. Lower, Left: Freshmen, Lance Nichols and Tim Martinez demonstrate their talents. Above, Coach John Friday, Athletic Director. ef ti 52-6? was W' Q Ni Cf' it Top, Left: Mrs. Pam Welborn, Spectator, Participant, Supervisor! Above: We give up, what ARE they doing! Left: Coach Bill Davis: Point by point, the evils of smoking! ACADEMICS 31 Right: Mrs. Jeannine Cappel, Fine Arts Dept. Chaiman: "There must be some artwork in this room somewhere!" Below: Marilyn Doskocil rids Sue Zemka of a creative Handicap! Below, Right: Sr. Mary Mc Larry pencils in a note to make things easier for piano- student Anthony Johnson. 32 'ACADEMICS Fine Arts ,,,, .CT q Top, Left: Laura Mulry throws a pre- sculptured pot resembling Steve Knapik, Above: Mel Brooks' apprentices, Left: A Cappel Creation! ACADEMICS 33 5,5 l l ef ,Wg-. . Top: Nolan s Mlxed Chorus Flrst In State at T C I L Competition In San Antonio, Sprung 1976 Above Mrs R bert McCormick, choral director Above Right: On to San Antonio for first placel' Right Girls Chorus 34 ACADEMICS Top: Mr. Jerry Roberts readies the Nolan band for the T.C.I.L. competi- tion in San Antonio. Left: Packing up ...moving out..." Below: NoIan's Var- sity Band. 1. i 5 l . . .- 1 ,wp .qif.....L..u.i,.Li 5 , , , glllls mEf wi , no,1oaj ' b FFEi?PPHeL 5 57 2 L! i i + .wif5"i4'i'i?i'5'i1i!l HfflU11 t Band + Academic Life .AJQXW ,, ,., ,, i, l,I..iJ.AJvJ.l.l.1.1.a..'.1 1 . 1 I A-Gill' " :frfr-r'. . i , . 36 ACADEMICS Right: Bro. Ray Sohm assists a perplexed Linda Romakerp Lower, Left: Mrs. Wood- son tries to convince J.D. Kosarek that his fingers are NOT too big for the keys, Lower, Right: Cafeteria staff, Left To Right: The Messrs. Val Owens, Helen Skrasek, Sally Fenske, Jerry Paquette, Judy Stehling. Bottom, Left: Maintenance staff, Left To Right: Riest Skipper, Ste- wart Freeman, R.L. Byers, Bottom, Right: Social Studies Resource Center staff lLeft To Rightl Mrs. Vaunie Foster, Mrs. Virginia Crosthwait, Mrs. Muriel Dorris and Mrs, Mariana Simeroth. if? I VlV i f ff?-1,1 .Ta z sg h ,E i-5 C1 y ' if ,, A . A - is if, - ,K i H , 4 1. V fr ,LZV V 5 lr .. , .. M . 4, , , E. , C 1 : . L' 'Wi e i C ez f A 2 2 .IVY I , ' X -' , 1 ,:,. V . , ig V, Q M X R A-i i' J u ' A . 5 ' ., L y A ' '.- J f" 3 - 1 , . - -, ' "'-' .. F' Y .Lgq 1 QL " W A ,, .. AV -1 M' ' 4, A '1,.,' as , 1 . so xi I g -, r 7, Rl x " M ,,, 1.-J. Top, Left: Alan "Chipper" Davis studies more productively in full attirep Top,Right: Fr. Chris Janson moderates religion discussionp Above, Left: Nolan's own "doughboy" Tim Corbett whips up a Pillsbury pizza, - ' ' ui Left. Sr, Mary Frances trammg M Nolan's C.C.D. teachers. ACADEMICS 37 38 C LUBS X Library Top, Right: Nicki McCorkle makes use of library facilities during open mods, e, Right: Mrs. Jean Desha, Head Librarian. Below: Library club members lLeft To , V Right! Seated: Mrs. Jean Desha, First ee ' Row' Dianna Cam os Ra mond Wan ,, Ier, Charles Cannon, Dianne Valenciano, . - . Phyllis McCorkIe, Teresa Lara, Mary W S A Blacknall, Second Row: Richard O'TooIe, Reynaldo Hurd, John Lowery, Dorinda Greathouse, Francie Hayes, Diane Hal- X!! een, Myrtle Spikes, Mike Hefffs, Betty Hall, Cynthia Ruiz. , 40 CLUBS 1 .fr 'I 0 Above: Speech Club members lL. To RJ Front Row: Mrs. Joy Shaver, moderator, Veronica Martinez, Terri Coppock, Dee- Dee Donohue, Ava Graham, Dianna Flores Vernetta Bates, Laura Maloney, Vicki Helfenstirw. Second Row: Richard Newhouse, Dorinda Greathouse, Ellen Manzuello, Margaret Medina, Vila Urquidi, Carlye Hughes, Mike Harris, Third Row: Matt McGinnis, Mark Pet- rocchi, Mark Shadowens, Gary Rice, Tim Martinez, Rick LaChance, Michael Flanagan, Eugene Gwozdz, David Regal- buto, Far Left: Tim Martinez goes over scripts with Wil'Lwin Wallace, Left: Carlye Hughes prepares to present her speech, Lower, Left: Speech club member Margaret Medina apparently enjoys meeting with the club. Speech 42 CLUBS Student Council Above: '75-'76 Student Council KLeft To Righti Front Row: Mary Helen Parker, Kelly Ray, Susan Swihart, Thelma Flores. Back Row, Bro. John Rohe, Ken Knippel, J.D. Kosarek, Mike Stevens, Chris Guinn. Right: "OK, now let's get serious!" Above, Left: '75-'76 Junior Exec's tLeft To Right! Front Row: Teresa' Lara, Vernetta Bates, Back Row: Tony Petrocchi, Bro. John Rohe, Joe Mulry. Above: First Vice- President Mary Helen Parker and President Ken Knippel. Far, Left: Senior Homeroom Presidents Alan Valentine and Pat Dalton. Left: Brother John Rohe and Kelly Ray. CLUBS 43 44 C LUBS if 56" ' Nf- .. ' ,Q1 Ili: L, A Lef't: Mike Stayart looks over a com- pleted layout, Top: Laura Mulry, edi- tor, and Bro, Mike Heeley confer on caption creation, Above: Griffin Gunter selects pictures for the division pages. Right: Darkroom chiefs Joe Kyle lLeftl and Bro, Bruce Shields process Lepanto prints. Lepanto Staff Top,LeH: Advedkhw EdHoq AndyPay- ton works with Francie Hayes to complete his section. Top, Right: "Happenings" editors Rosemary Kavanaugh and Tricia Luttrell make it happen! Left: Senior section editors Paul Whitney and Sheryl Sarradet select candids to com plete their layouts. Bottom, Left: Underclassmen section editors Denise Ford and Dick Farrelly provide a crhique for each other's designs. Bottom, Center: Theresa Knox prepares a darkroom order to prints for her underclassmen section. Below, Right: Clubs-editors Karyn Rigdon and Tony Smith size up their task. CLUBS 45 Above: Pan American Club Membership lLeft To Right! Front Row: Lisa Cagigal, Diana Flores, Reynaldo Hurd, Tim Mar- tinez, Elva Abilez, Teresa Duran, Guy Lowery, Veronica Martinez, Delia Pla- ta. Middle Row: Eddie Zamarripa, Gaby Reymundo, Abel Gonzalez, Teresa Hern- andez, Adriana Meza, Diana Valenciano, Vanessa Hernandez, Patricia Aragon, Breanna Bell, Becky Flores, Noel Ara- gon, Mrs. Paloma Cornehls. Back Row: Billy Hewitt, Armando Hernandez, Bar- bara Alvarez, Bobby Martinez, Rita Ayala, Ralph Vasquez, Kathy Ruiz, David Martinez, Paula Cornehls, Victor Allen, Kim Kennedy, Ernest Abilez, Right: Tina Gonzales participates in Pan American sponsored "Mexican- American-Week". Far Right: Teresa Lara rolls out flour tortillas during the tortilla demonstration, a part of Pan Am's Mexican-American-Week. Bottom: Part of the "kitchen crew" for Mexican- American-Week. l 4 L x x rf 3,1 ,gig - 7'-' -' if 3 'istr ert' f A l H ' -W . . ' , L ,i,-',, ,X - -Q, f . 'L N ,fl lt .G Q W 4 QQ lllltl , 5 A 46 CLUBS g X ' X. X L . WW' Pan American Club .,....,.............,-W f .io ,, l-.AV V ,T V, www! is P A l. 'P A g.,,-443 " w ,. 4 ,f . V f. pr, Ji., ff tg M5'k,'f,j,,gt,K 'K ex I ' f I. 4- f jf 2 mg tile-l 1,-'Wlgg 9,5 -"Ir-rm?-3 ,, ' 'h ' " Q ' pm,fl':,4 -Q, ,,,,,A ff' 4-if .Jrf?ff5,,3ufa-41f4',z,,e on l"4f Et' ' fs! ,Hi J tt' l,n'T+'g,ff. , yay 3, V- x 4 X Q5EL'f2L',,jf', ff jf Z 7 , Q A 'hi Qs 4,fK"l,,'.x 3.141 AQ gl ,, if Fw ' .M . J " if -A if 'sf' 4 ' rf" 14-, af " L' . 4? N W ' D 4, A , gt Q f To an ,ef My , -,, in 'wc?gQ,,4 A',, fy Qvyqgg, , , ,ww ,ifjf K 1 I' 'ff' 'r X fm' JQ QT, .g ,Q mf .M N 'W , t ' Y, ' K 1?!Q:Q""4"q Ei " aft l Y 1 'if 55' a Q 2, N, KW ,rg ':in z'W,aV ,gf 1 ff' A K S , NMHM - a 3,1 NX'-,. V 'few V 4.1f4?yLg,L,, ,H , -.4 fl. ,V Q.'.Jf,xw"" an l Y? iff ,L" ,. , ,V .ggi ,gi M l Club Above, Left: International Club members Renae Powell and Mi- chelle Greene plan their next global cruise, Above: Ms, Betsy Dodge, club moderator. Left: In- ternational Club members lLeft To Rightl Front Row: Ms. Dodge, Cathy Corcoran, Beth Mc Kendry, Vernetta Bates. Second Row: Mary Ward, Michelle Greene, Annamarie Mc Kendry, Anne Buschmann, Julie Stevens, Patricia Gilmore, Renae Powell, Charlotte McGarry, Mary Ellen Calvin. Not pictured: Boris Porto, president. CLUBS 47 Left To Right: Seated: John Cabal and Sean Donohue. Back Row: Richard O'Toole, Deana O'Toole, Bro. Ray Sohm, IVIrs. Pat Woodson, Laura Baushke, Leslie Lowes, George Garcia, Left To Right: Seated: Pat Donaghue, Lenny Neuman, Scott Gasser, Nlarty Wright, Debbie Kutteles, Back Row: Joe Keasler, Lee Hay, Ralph Beelman, Jamie Reagan, Chris Nlc Kone, Jeff Schmidt, Greg Hajek, Rusty Moore. 48 CLUBS Bowhng Rodeo Rinks Life ls The purpose of our organization is to fight for life from the moment of conception to natural death, We are con- cerned with the topics of abortion and euthanasia and attend as many right-to- life rallies as possible. Our membership is open to any student interested." Karyn Rigdon Left To Right: Front Row: Theresa Pannell, Raymond Wangler, Boris Porto. Back Row: Nancy Morrissey, John Valentine, Terri Coppock, Chris Stinnett, Beth Mc Kendry. Front Row tLeft To Right! Tony Smith, Lucy Horan, Barbara Evans, Beth Mc- Kendry, Debbie Ellsworth, Anna Marie Mc Kendry, Melissa Dunne, Mary Ellen Calvin, Patricia Aragon, Back Row tLeft To Right? Mr. Joe Kuban,Karyn Rigdon, Mary Bielec ki, Cathy Corcoran, Diane Halden, Anne Vecera, Cindy Miller, Charlotte McGarry, Lupe LaRue, Carol- ine Rice, Avis Thomas, Veronica Mar- tinez, Tim Martinez. CLUBS 49 Above, Center: Mr. Bob Gunter, Harambee Moderator. Above, Mgm:HamnmeenwnmentLeH To Righ0 Renae Powelh MicheHe Greene, Pam Lefall, Charles Thom as, Right: Harambee Membership tLeft To Right! Front Row: Don- yeH Cladg RocheHe Richardg Lucy Horan, Brittania Davis, Re- nae Powell, Michelle Green, Re- gina Wilson, Chris Guinn, Ed Petersen, Donald Mitchell, Greg Shady Michael Brookg Reginald Wilson, Avis Thomas, Second Row: Melva Johnson, Jeannette Stid- ham, Sherry Branch, Rolinda Richards, Marquetta Cheeks, Pa- trice Thomas, Hilaire Thornton, LBaWHHamgPmnLehH.TMm Row: Gwen Williams, Vernetta Bateg Anthony Johnson, Yolanda Thibodeaux, Rozlind VVHson, Eva Greene, Angela Johnson, Dionne Williams, Wayne Johnson, Charles Thomas. Fourth Row: Melvin Kelly John Adams, Michael Board, Dan- ny Estrada, Alan Davis, Ely Buck- shia, Ralph Brooks, Ralph Mc- Cloud, Keith Wilson, Robert Gunter, Charles Lincoln, Bottom: tLeft To Right! Lisa Williams, Patrice Thomas and Gwen Will- iams chat with Ralph Brooks. 50 CLUBS I Harambee IZ 25 B ' "lu it 7 Ez! -125: ' Wig, iff' ' .we wa: 1 we E A: ...' A .gy K 45 V ff' - T, 43:6 D Above: Service Club lLeft To Right! Seated: Cathy Corcoran, Sr. Paul, Cindy Brovln , Diane Halden, Mike Casey, Nicki McCorkle, Christine Davidson, Kathy Brindley, Linda Romaker, Theresa Doskocil, Anne Buschmann, Pat Gilmore. Standing: Judy Fitzgerald, Dianna Flores, Barbara Evans, Mary Bielec ki, Ethel Jacobs, Jill Fairchild, Debbie Crego, Marsha Mabry, Terri Coppoc k, The- resa Pannell, Deborah Kutteles. Far Left: Sr. Paul O'Reilly, Service Club moderator. Left: Diane Halden reports on her responsibilities as a service club member. Service 52 CLUBS Right: Sr, Mary Mc Larry, head of Pastoral Services, conducts the Pastoral Services Council meeting. Below: Pas- toral Services Council membership tLeft To Right! First Row: Paul Whitney, Sheryl Sarradet, Luci Beelman, Ethel Jacobs, John Clark. Back Row: Bro. Bruce Shields, Sr. Mary, Pam Welborn, Joe Kuban, Tony Petrocchi, Sr. Anna Piccola, Pat Woodson. Student members Tony Petrocchi, Sheryl Sarradet and Paul Whitney. O I Services S. Student f ' Top: Junior Boris Porto, student mem- ber, Above: Student Services Council tLeft To Right! Seated: Robbie Mul- queen, Dana Elsken, Maureen Murphy, Boris Porto. Standing: Mr, Bob Gunter, Tom Long, Ken Knippel, Mr. Rick Boeglin, Bobby Forrest, Mrs. Marcia Stefan, Sr. Paul O' Reilly, Mr. Frank Bannell, Mrs. Pat Woodson, Bro. John Rohe. Left: Bro. John Rohe, faculty representative to the Student Services Council, CLUBS 53 Right: Ecology "Ieafers" examine a prize specimen CL, To RJ Mark Moses, Dianna Garcia, Jeanne Kaska, Brian Gillen. Far Right: Waters appear high for amoeba freaks CL, To RJ Griffin Gunter, Martin Thompson, Mike Sta- yarlc. Below: Alan Jones and John Clark insist that two rulers placed perpendicular to each other around a tree trunk give significant data. Im- pressive! Bottom: THE ecology GROUP. 54 CLUBS za at 1. 3 Far Left: Laurie Baushke, momentarily abandoned by her study group, paints a pretty picture herself of life in the wildemess, Left: Ecology professor Joe Kuban displays a "find" to a small group traveling with him IL. To R.l Lucie Beelman, Alan Jones, Mary Ann Corcoran, Mary Bayers, Martha Thomp- son. Below: Joe points the way for his disciples. Bottom: Group huddles around a special herb in a weedy wilderness, .-ff r ,ryyggiz ,, f I V .-.4 VfQQ:'k'4W2,5w'z" w X ' f ' ' Ecology 56 CLUBS iff Right: Pep Squad iBottom To Top? f ' YL" Seated: Dee Dee Donohue, Virginia Conlin, Tina Gonzales, Standing: Bar- bara Hunnicutt, Mary Anne Bridges, Rochelle Richards, Laura Maloney, Vernetta Bates. 52 , ff "'-I, n wa , YZ ,- D Squad Freshmen C e r e B l' S Above, Left: Belinda Gonzalez advertises for her favorite team. Above, Right: Carrie Rutherford. Left: '75-76 Freshmen Cheer- leaders iBottom To Topl Belinda Gonzalez, Lisa Freeman, Gabri- elle Guthrie, Jackie Doris, Carrie Rutherford, Kim Kennedy. CLUBS 57 Right: J.V. Cheerieaders CBottom To Top, Left To Right? Suzanne Timerberlake, Beth Harshaw, Louri O'Leary, Regina Wilson, Mary Blacknali, Sherry Branch, Lower, Right: "N-N-NOL--L-L- 'M' fi LAN". Junior Varsity Cheerleaders 58 CLUBS Qkgs if, fe-all Varsky Cheedeaders Above: iLeft To Rightl Suzanne Schmidt, Monica Garcia, Rebecca Garcia, Cynthia Anthony, Viking Mascot Lee Ann LaCroix, Dianna Campos, Anne Perdue, Renae Powell, Rebecca Del Rio. Far Left: Who needs a megaphone? Left: An Anti-Jesuit Stand-In. Bottom, Left: Seniors win the hell-raising contest with Anne Perdue's help. CLUBS 59 lH WWQN!lI4 6QS33 N., 9-X 4. ,., . . 1' ay .a",h fi ii.. C2 vs: OL ' O ,a. Q X lic! Q A 'K 14- HAPPENING S 61 ..,,-rf" Homecoming 81 Spirit Wee vf -..,, A-Nl' N-e -r we-oQ.e:N+ M' Gu Y . we 11 vi , ,- ,.f.,e,, ,L 4, WAQI 299' Qmf n?ff"5?f1U'q,gj 'M W' , ,Q -8 " A ni, CUE'-if Jem .1314 gem, aw-, I SME N' CON-P57 Hwang ln yf3'9f33f.i:ff viii, ,yu T: 'iz-ew' ', N tm 2 gi Ame' hnkiwef, Q i i 'xudtzig-. , 5, LJ- -.44 62 HAPPENINGS Top, Right: Snoopy Rahe's home- room won best decoration AGAIN with our friends from Peanuts. Above: Mum's the word! Right: Lee Ann as the school mascot... OUR OWN VIKING! 6 5'n""' """"""" - f , M v fx 'Hz' 1 .. ' , K. I, 7 3' 2.o4 , 4 f Q 9.13. gf 5 QAQQ - - 1 ' ,PRX If 'i ' "0 QQ? P Left: Vlklng fans enjoy the home- " g 2 x uxyb f -, ,. coming game, Below, Left: Joe ' ' -Q ' ' 19' ggi gg-QQQ 33, if ' A .x Kuban's homeroom canned the yy W V59 Q04 QQQ ,M , Q, ?A,4'o,X,ga Qgf1ii.3fXYX f 1 Cougars! Below, Right: Bill John- W Q "x1'Xf1'j Q if 7' 'iffy' son will paint anything, as 'Ong ' W .ai ' , 'Dyif'YL3ifj v L- ,bf Y as it's his idea! Bottom: D-A-v- . ' ' . AILICQQQA. KA 'Q ' l 9 i x' 'wx' 1-5---that SPGHS C0aCh! 'J ew-, wmv:-Q '.-- f, Cream of fo, A1 M, f 1:,:', f ,o,,k "".,, f ga L if X gm 320 Q , 50 Cougdf U? gm I it-ff K, L wdi'H!'i HAPPE NIN GS 63 64 HAPPENINGS VN, .....-f"""""' Above: Homecoming Queen Mary Anne Schmidt is crowned by Student Council President Ken Knippel. Right: Kelly Ray is presented flowers by Ken for her dedicated work on the successful Horne- coming, A 44 'si' 1 O t E 1975-1976 Homecoming Court Princess Lisa Cagigal Princess Anne Perdue Queen Mary Anne Schmidt Princess Geri Tice Princess Nlarti Terrovona with escort with escort with escort with escort with escort Gerard Cancino Richard Stockinger Robert Wiese Rob Fulkerson Paul Latham HAPPENINGS 65 Right: "Why'? Because we LIKE you!" Below: "Tweed- ledee dee-dee" Dumb-dumb! Below, Right: "In a minute I'lI have to put this mike in front of my mouth because I forget the rest of the words to this silly song," 66 HAPPENINGS Above, Left The Red Baron strikes again! Above, Right: Scientific "Monster Mash". Left: "...Just whistle while you work!" HAPPENINGS 67 Senior-Faculty Week Top, Left: Up, up and away with Hud- son and Thomas. Above, Left: Fan Fever created by the rising Dow Jones and the Industrials! Above, Right: "It's just a little number I picked up at Neiman Nlarcus one day when I went to lunch at the Hedges in my Mercedes Benz 250 SEL!" Right: Seniors score sitting down. 68 HAPPENINGS Above, Left: "He's worn Pampers since the first day he was born!" Above, Right: Kelli and Mike "at the hop"! Left: If THE FONZ could see me now, he would- n't call me a Nerd anymore!" Above: Daddy'o Jones cuts a rug to the cool rhythms of the 50's! HAPPENIN GS 69 Right: Only at Mardi Gras do you find ping pong balls perched in bird cages and barkers trying to get you to believe it! Far Right: Vasquez and LaChance take La Chance! Below: Alumni and friends joined the Vikings for the Mardi Gras dance. Bottom: Kyle Sarradet can't decide if it would be a better bargain to eat 'em or throw 'em, Far Right: The "Fine Arts Swing" designed by Jeannine of Cappel, 70 HAPPENINGS f :lf - wx I .- X . X ,,.. ' V , ,,... 1 z if , fi Mardi Gras !,, K I Q fl I Q Y l oitsii ff li 5 T .G - Top, Left: Bro. David serves a Mardi Gras detention, Top, Right: Nolan students formed a special folk music group to accompany the Royal Mardi Gras Pageant. Above: Baseball stars Billy Hunnicutt tLeftl and Mark Tomp kins forsee no problem in winning at Bobby Forrest's booth. Far Left: "Toss your bread upon the water, Sister, and it will return to you one hundred fold! Left: White Lake Hills sign converted for the occasion, HAPPENINGS 71 Right: "One good smile deserves an- other!" Queen IVIolIy IVIcCaffery, King Henry Jacot. Beiow:'Mardi Gras Queen and her immediate courtlLeft To Right? Mark Wilson, 2nd runner-up Terri Takes, Queen Nlolly, Master of Cere- monies Jim IVliIler, King Henry, lst runner-up Debbie Berberich, Doug Urbanovsky. Lower Right: Bishop John J. Cassata. 72 HAPPENINGS 'i"T i - -Z' Above: Celebrities added dignity to the occasion CLeft To Rightl Bishop Cassata, To : 1976 Mardi Gras Ro al Court sur- Bro' O Hearq' and a beautiful row of P Y round Queen Molly and King Henry. former Mardl Gras prmcesses' Above: "Chicken Little, the sky is falling!" HAPPENINGS 73 Pirates Ol Pewzance Above: Bliss Cavnar tells Dan Girardot he is the "Poor Wondering One"! Far Right: Dan and Karen Nipp listen to the sound of the arriving "bevy of maid- ens"! Right: Karen recalls "When Frederick was a little lad....!" 74 HAPPENINGS Hill! N 1 f. fn ffl 9 Top, Left: Dan Girardot tCenterl tells his "friends" Abel Gonzalez and Karen Nipp "I will be merci- ful!" Above: The daughters "trip- ping over Rocky Mountain!" Left: The bevy of beautiful daughters comfort their father lJohn Clarkl with "O dry the glistening tear", HAPPENINGS 75 Right: "A policeman's lot is not a happy one!" Center: Cast and chorus line up for the finale, Bottom: "Yes, we're the pir- ates of despair!" ,f Q4 ff ftk' 'R ,J ff, x X N X E-my-P 1" "' 'Q f firm' '.Df'i.QSwSi535r R W Num. mmwffma ruff ff N ' ' , f ' 1 1 . ,f .t K j i ' 1- 5 . Z!! l , - . x ' i , -5 L 5 ' X W - e. 'Ts X 4 ' , I: w.,. x r 'x r ' ' Q - x , - .. , ty x J H -f J 4 M i",, I 9 f ww- 1 f ,aofigg 1, fs. , sm' N N.. l ,yfmg I V ,S ..... K .MIJ I .s .13 ,I , 5, A ig,-lg-J ' A ---'1"x2-we ,, .. - - I M, ..:.'fz..:. ' A151353 .f i fi., Z.. lun . . f . ,A6. ,4qff! -' .. Tfiffw 39 If ' X V , J. ' ' - '- X 1 "X . if 1 , - "f'4g.?J--Y1 A 'rf e Kg ,.- XXX 3 ra- X ffl --,, 76 HAPPENINGS ,..... m..- Lower, Left: John Clark says "I am the VERY model of a modern Major General!" Below: Policemen reveal themselves to save Major General. Bottom, Left: "We N charge You 'YIELD' in Queen Victoria's name!" wa HAPPENINGS 77 Right: Mike Flanagan and Carlye Hughes "The Sower" parableg Far Right: Karen Nipp: "Tum Back O Man"7 Below: Chris Guinn, John Clark and Ethel Jacobs: "All for the Best"g Bottom: Lee Ann LaCroix and John Clark: "The Farewell"g Bottom, Right: John Clark "Listen to what they say, but do not act as they do!" 78 HAPPENINGS N? V yy 'Y' .A-y. his Godspell Top, Left: Jesus and His Apostles: "On the Willows , , , "7 Lower, Left: The apostles tell Jesus "This woman was even now caught in the very act of adultery," Below: The Christ-bearers sing "Long Live God!" Bottom, Left: Jesus cries to His Father, "Thy Will Be Done!" Bottom, Right: Carlye sings to Jesus: "Then I'll take your hand . . . finally glad . . . that you are here, By My Side!" HAPPENIN GS 79 Right: Emcee Mike Flanagan introduces another "Superstar", Below: Laura Nlaloney and Debbie lVlac Donald sing "If", Bottom, Left: lVlrs, Shaver touches up makeup on Nlatt McGinnis., Bottom, Right: Gary Rice provides the commercial breaks for Kaleido- scope. -, Z1 yy: V, 80 HAPPENINGS QM 1. 'W 1 Left: Ana Reymundo portrays Barbra Streisand in "I'm the Greatest Star!" Below: Diane Halden, Lupe La Rue, Melinda Owens, and Carolyn Rice are "Teenagers in Love." Bottom: The Premier of the Nolan Lab Band producing the sight and sound of KALEIDOSCOPE. Kg Q f ' 452 L ,I 'EEL f 7- , 4 , f . 2, 4+ ., so rf I ag HAPPENIN GS 81 Above: Earth Day lVlass guitarists sing praises for nature in nature. Above, Right: Joey Hanlon, crowned Mother Nature, proclaims his acceptance of the honors and the duties. Right: Rick Boeglin announces the winner of the Nlother Nature title. Bobby Forrest, lLeftl, Chairman of Earth Day Festivi- ties and Mother Nature contestants CL. To RJ Steve Chenevert, Scott Kingeter and Joey Hanlon look on. Contestant Tim Corbett not pictured. Far Right: Jeanne Kaska presents one of the many holly plants brought by the senior class to Bro. David, principal. 82 HAPPENINGS Earth Day Left: Seniors John Clark fLeftl and Ken Knippel drop the first holly plant, part of the Senior class gift, into its new home in front of the south wall of the school, Be- low, Left: Students present offertory gifts at Outdoor liturgy. Below: Fr. Chris Janson celebrates Earth Day Liturgy on the "point", , L3 HAPPENINGS 83 Top: The American Economy goes Mexican: "The demand exceeds the suppIy!" Right: Lisa Cagigal purchases "Pan NIexicana" from Victor Allen, David and Bobby Martinez, Below: Louri O'Leary busts the pinata. Bottom Right: Senorita Teresa Lara prepares for her siesta, 84 HAPPENINGS 1 ,TE l 1 s l 4 i ,fl ff Nlexican-American Week Alum? Top, Left: Like the jeweled and be- decked "commercial" housewives on the television ads, Patricia Aragon, fully costumed, flips the tortillas, Above: Fiesta dances, Left To Right: Patricia Aragon, Eddie Zamarripa, Paula Corn- hles, Victor Allen, Kim Kennedy, Ralph Vasquez. Left: Vanessa Hernandez por- trays the old woman in the Mexican- American Fiesta show. HAPPENINGS 85 Top, Right: "I promise to NEVER take it off!" Right: Msgr. Riley and Fr. Janson concelebrate. Far Right: Mr. Gunter speaks to the Class of '77, Below: Group that sang at Mass included lLeft To Rightl Nancy Morrissey, Rito Gon- zales, Ralph Vasquez, Camille Surdey, Armando Hernandez, Chris- tine Davidson, Bliss Cavnar, Abel Gonzales, Ethel Jacobs, 86 HAPPENING S Junior Ring Day fs 3 " ja A iii QM? J' . a CH Kia. 'N Top: Junior Divisional Council lLeft To Rightl Mary Jo Kaska, Rosemary Kava- naugh, Kyle Sarradet, Greg Schadt, Don Mitchell, Jack Totah, Tom Long. Far Left: Fr. Chris blesses the rings. Left: Bro. David presents ring to Vernetta Bates. Below, Left: Ring day luncheon. Below, Right: Mrs. Woodson and Miss Auvenshine admire Debbie Crego's ring. HAPPENINGS 87 o ,N N"""-nf. .M.,,..,,i 'il 'Emi ' lg, W Senior Favorites E ax 0 +9 'fi g vs . ii I N. s if f it is f f I .4- f-w e ' .f - 'I Sv ' : if ' if ' 9. Q :'QJv1j'm f, , i ,L f 'Q " ' is " 4 t f'-c':f. ' ' da, A ., 5' " Y W mf ii, ' 3 V F 7 , . , " 5- -.' it "1 ,W,g4'+f5f, ,lya , i f 21- ' 2 ' Y 'V W, ' " -.':','5 ,, 151 .F-f ' i' ' ' " ' i gg iiif' V ' , ii - ,f f .v4., .fvilt4f Fw- 1 P' "' ' . , M ,L gif, nf, I gi-gg, K Top, Center: "Most Likely to Succeed": Thelma Flores 84 Paul Whitney, Top, Right: "Most Witty": Geri Tice 84 Joey Hanlong Center, Left: "Most Attractive": Henry Jacot 81 Anne Pearce, Center, Middle: "Best Personality": Larry Aertker 84 Anne Perdue Lower, Right: "Best Dressed": Kathy Ford 84 Chris Guinng Bottom, Left: "Most Talented": John Clark 84 Karen Nippp Bottom, Center: "Most Athletic": Robert Wiese 84 Mary Helen Parker, 1. . W , , W, 4 5 gf . Jw? -. in ,V H' " filxfm' Q 2 4 ,,,,... ,,,., , , J A, A ff gf I ,,.. ,Q 3 Q K f - J ,J U U2 ,, I - VVIV .Q "" 'F 51 -W ,,.f -M. W, li .wwf 1 I , W T ' : :nl fvzzigzfwe Q X X 9, . f"'4,1 Lxf 90 HAPPENINGS Brother David's Silver Anniversary ., z, 3',73'2?S2'rWZZ. Top: Fr. Chris Janson accepts the vows of Bro. David, pronounced on the occasion of his 25th anniversary. Above: Concele- brants at the Silver Anniversary Liturgy iLeft To Right! Fr. Chris Janson, Fr. Al Tyl, Fr. Richard O'Shaughnessy and Fr. Jerry Mosman. Right: Paul Whitney, Senior, proclaims the Word of God at th Jubilee Liturgy. E Wim 'J' I Top, Left: Bro. Greg DeMoor and Sr. Joan seem to be enjoying Bro. David's presen- tation on life in Hannibal, Missouri. Above, Right: The chorus and band per- form forthe Jubilee Assembly. Center, Left: Miss Vickie Helfenstine tries to hint at what's in the package without giving it away. Above: Marianist Brothers sur- round the Silver Jubilarian. HAPPE NIN GS Below, Left: Mike Wallace and John Valentine look for buried treasures. Right: Joe Barriga burrows his way out of a six-foot sand castle built just for him! Bottom: Nolan prize winning Mardi Gras salesmen at their "Little W Q . are Acapulco!" ,,,- Wfx' ' 92 HAPPENINGS ,, - - f A. ,,U, W -L , ,. ,4.f.,, , -mr. megg, Right Page: Top, Left: Diane Bourland goes in with a big "SPLASH!' Top, Right: Frances Wing eases in gently. Lower, Left: Mike WalIace's burial crew sit him up for a photo, lLeft To Right? Peggy Barnhill, Mike Barriga, Matt McGinnis, Jean Drol- Iinger, Mark Petrocchi, Margaret Medina, John Valentine, David Regalbuto, Dick Far- relly, Mark Smith, Frances Wing, Joe Barriga, Kerry Johnson. 1 'ff-Hfw' Galveston Go ers .. - . ,, ,x.,. N '7"f ies, , YW- .1 df- 'N ff- f-S M In ff., J , 'A ,A,f:,L YJ L M7 li x 1 '.4 ., , I T, 4 Above: Sadie Hawkins and Li'I Abner. Top, Right: Rev. Ken Knippel officiates at the marriage of Jeanne Kaska and Larry Aertker. Best man Scott Kingeter holds the flowers while maid of honor, Susan Swihart, eats them. Right: Bride Lisa Peterson can't believe Reverend Knippel is pausing before giving his consent to her marriage to John Bayn- ham. Paul Knippel, as ring bearer, rented an outfit matching Best Man David Handler's. Mary Jo Hardesty was chosen as wilted daisy-carrier. 94 HAPPENINGS Backwards Week 's,,.x Top: Men hand-picked by ladies! Center, Left: Prince Bobby Forrest is escorted by Valerie Noonan, Center: Prince Joey Han- lon, escorted by Kelly Ray. Center, Right: Prince Vince Lubrano, escorted by Suzy Murphy. Above: Prince Larry Aertker, es- corted by Jeanne Kaska. Left: Backwards King, Griffin Gunter. His escort is Laurie Baushke. HAPPENINGS 95 Right: Mary Helen Parker and Tony Petrocchi beam with delight after being asked to appear in the new Clorox commericial. Far Right: Bliss Cavnar, the soft-sweet look from head to toe. Below: Laurie Baushke and Mike Stevens: "0nIy the photographer heard for sure." Below, Right: John Lesinski keeps the rock profile while date Liz McGinnis melts. Bottom, Right: Coolie labor for the fine night was provided by Mark Petrocchi CLeftl and Chris Anthony. a 96 HAPPENINGS Junior-Senior Prom 1976 F V, s.,. ,ff-2" .ll lf ' l l I Top, Left: Geri Tice: "Say the secret word, and you'll divide a hundred dolIars!" Top, Right: Billie Hunnicutt tries to stretch his grin from ear to ear. Above, Left: Boris Porto moves to the rhythmic sounds of Lester Gass. Above: A serious moment for sen- iors Griffin Gunter and Kelly Ray. HAPPENINGS 97 Right: Taking a breather from the dance floor action are lLeft To Right! Steve Chenevert, Monica Abraham, Martha Thompson and Nolan alumnus Nlike Bar- tolowicz. Below: Ricky Reed and Laura lVlulry: Slowing down with the tempo. Bottom: "Freebird " Chairman, Greg Schadt sips his drink after the coronation festivities have been completed. His date is Nora Fitzgerald. Bottom, Right: Com- plementing the elegance of the staircase at the Hilton Inn are prom-goers Arman- do Hernandez and Liz Tice. 98 HAPPENINGS 9 5 5 J Top: 1976 Prom Court fBottom To Top, Left To Righti Duchess Rebecca Garcia and escort Bernie Hanlonp Duchess Suzanne Schmidt and escort Brad Johnsonp Queen Anne Perdue and escort Robert Wehmyerg Princess Mary Anne Schmidt and escort Jim Delinp Princess Mary Anne Walker and escort Robert Buckingham. Above, Left: Queen Anne is presented with roses after her coronation as the 1976 cIass's first lady. Above: Junior Exec's Greg Schadt and Tony Petrocchi crown Queen Anne. HAPPENING S 99 Left Page: Top, Center: Fr. John Mana- han was flown in from Chicago at the re- quest ofthe Senior Class of 1976 to cele- brate the Baccalaureate Liturgy. Top, Right: Keith Williams invited Mrs. Pat Woodson to robe him for Senior Awards. Middle, Left: Bobby Forrest, Salutatorian, addresses his classmates. Middle: Gradu- ates and underclassmen provided guitar accompaniment for the Baccalaureate Mass. Bottom, Left: Bro David 0'Hearn received a mug from the Ecology Class of 1976 inscribed "D.O.H. 'IN HARMONY WITH NATURE!"' The presentation was made by Laura Mulry. Bottom, Right: Student Council officer Mike Stevens enjoys presenting his part of the program. Senior Festivities 100 HAPPENINGS We xi R fy Far Left: Donna McKone, Miss Nolan of 1976, shares her feelings of four years at Nolan with her classmates. Left: Kathy Ford tLeftl and Martha Thompson admire class ring presented to Annick Ferrigoule by the Graduating Seniors. Annick came from France to spend two years at Nolan. Below, Left: Seniors sip from the Sacramental Cup. Be- low: Bro. John Rohe, Student Coun- cil Moderator emcees the Senior Awards Assembly Bottom Left Parents graduates and friends Joined for a Baccalaureate Dinner at the Blackstone Hotel Bottom, Right John Clark, most witty senior male, entertains the dinner guests .al HAPPENINGS 101 Right: Senior divisional moderator, Nlr. Rick Boeglin lRightJ presents plaque to Bro. David 0'Hearn, principal, on behalf ofthe senior class. The inscription thanks Bro. David for his dedicated service for the past four years. Below: "Buddies, through to the bitter end!" lLeft To Rightl Debbie Romaker, Steve Parrish, an invited guest, and Keith Williams. Bottom, Left: Eli Buckshia tLeftl and Mike Board give each other well-deserved congratulations. Below, Right: The Nlarianist Community of Nolan High School sang the invocation. Bottom, Right: Would you believe this photo started with three people? "Behold, white hams!" 102 HAPPENING S 5 Q , . X. 1.2: , ,.., - 1 M, ..,... .. 2.2 1 my s me r, we-:is :wi " f 45 ,gem .es -as gag. -...sera sa-v ' ' ' " -"- PEA: 5 ..-, . . ' 'lj . . rf .,.: -- X if 5 s S Q 1 S . 'V ' -F: .. is 2. -WYE' A se..-w .- Q, Xe. .Q ,Nw ,si ,, X 1, r? .5 f.. f 1 X it its :gy Left: Scott Kingeter lLeftl holds his hat in his hands in honor of his friends who are are no longer LIVING at Nolan lL. TO RJ Ken Knippel, J. D. Kosarek, Alan Valentine, Joey Hanlon. Below, Left: Three Ladies in Waiting fLeft To Right? Mary Wrzesinski, Vila Urquidi. Below, Center: Susan and Royal. Below: Sheryl Sarradet introduces Sr. Joan Markey, se- lected faculty member of the year and commencement address speaker. Bottom, Left: Nolan graduating guitarists lL. To RJ John Clark, Ricky Reed and Frank Fazzio sing a song they composed as a gift from the senior class to the faculty and parents. Bottom, Right: Nolan Chor- us members wait to make their final ap- pearance under the directorship of Mrs. Marguerite McCromack. They presented "Somewhere" from West Side Story for the graduating class and guests. Graduation HAPPENINGS 103 S SPORTS 105 Varsity Football Right: David Valez CLeftl and Steve Chenevert put themselves back to- gether before re-entering the game, Below: 1975-76 Varsity Football Team lLeft To Right! Front Row: Mike Stevens fCaptainl, Pete Morales, Danny Radykowski, Ralph Brooks, Mike Board, Armando Hernandez, Rito Gonzalez, Ernest Abilez, Buddy Brzowksi iManagerl. Second Row: Coach Bill Davis, Wayne Johnson, Ely Buckshia, David Williams, Charles Thomas, Billy Hunnicutt, Eddie Zamarripa, Tony Ray, David Valdez lCaptainl, Steve Chenevert lCaptainl, Chris Castro, Coach Dave Beck. Third Row: Coach George Plunkett, John Regal- buto, Brad Johnson lCaptainl, Mike Wal- lace, Leo Goheen, Mike Wrzesinski, Steve Kennedy, Ed Petersen, Mark Nelson, Tim Corbett, Anthony Miculka, Regin- ald Wilson. 106 SPORTS 'S U s Qgjf' .Q W 1 . aw? 'l f Top, Left: The Vikings Offensive Unit gets set for a play against Waco Reicher. Left: Coach "Stogie" Carroll and "Raven" Davis give last second instructions to Wayne Johnson. Above: David Valdez comes in to help the squad. SPORTS 107 Right: Mark Nelson C327 Mike Wallace C715 and Mike Wrzesinski l89l get them selves psyched up for the game. Below: Wayne Johnson l20l Ralph Brooks l21l and Reggie Wilson l51l take a breather during the homecoming game. Bottom: Ralph Brooks, Mark Nelson and M-ike Wallace look on as a mad scramble re- sults in San Antonio turnover. 108 SPORTS 5 1! '45 A T Q Qu Aw-.M if JUNIOR VARZITY FOOTBALL Lake Worth Nolan Trinity Nolan Diamond Hill Nolan Lynch Nolan St. lVlark's Nolan Jesuit Nolan Dunne Nolan Weatherford Nolan Dallas Christian Nolan 6 18 e 6 8 6 12 24 21 1975-76 Junior Varsity Football Team lLeft To Right? Front Row: James Carmichael, Danny Estrada, Anthony Garcia, Kerry Johnson, Forrest Peterson, Mike Gonzales. Second Row: Randall Harris, Carlos Duran, Craig Stevens, David Otto, Chris Anthony, Melvin Kelly, Jesse Calvillo, Coach Rick Boeglin. Third Row: Kevin Foster, Rick Pennycuff, Mike Tisby, Gerald Churchman, Billy Howeth, Steve McWilliams, Keith Woolridge, Anthony Miculka. SPORTS 109 The Viking kicker- A pile-up in the Jesuit game. Viking Freshmen Football Team, Front Row, Left To Right: Coach Mike Luttrell, Scott Gasser, Ralph Gilmore, Ricky Tice, Stuart Collison, Jeff Schmidt, Coach Larry Harris, Second Row, Left To Right: Rusty Moore, Anthony Jackson, Philip Ramirez, Henry Cagigal, Kevin Wilson, Jamie Reagan, Joe Kavanaugh, Third Row, Left To Right: John Jones, Danny Flores, Tony Eierdam, Marty Wright, Buddy Brzowski, Bill Pennycuff, Tim Tierney. A..,, . 37 'QW gf , M i iiii my ,.., it iiiyi T, WM S i, --'- ,V Vikings rush Jesuit quarterback. 110 SPOR TS a c i v Q - ,S rw' 'si 7 g S 'n 1 t 3' ,I V- -s ve is SSRSNEE e e'r'lf'5 . , A 1 all l . it S I J t K xi' My -AJ.k: Allen 1 ig s Top Left: Vikings bring down Dunne ball carrier. Middle, Left: Jeff Schmidt l44J pulls away from a Dunne defender as Quarterback Jamie Reagan l20D looks on, If 1. -s L 'Ni' N I b Wi' h 4 ., 44 , at 'E' , Y Y rg' Q ' 1.. if Wea-L, x 7' 5,4 A in 5' B 1' 4 M, , 1 ax . 'Q 5-IM 'U " wi., w..i I Pl X 1- ,ffws:f?'?"P" .gA:',+'4 '11 , Above, Right: The Viking scrim- mage line against Dunne. Below, Left: Jeff Schmidt C447 again attempting to break around end. SPORTS 111 1 Above: "I may be little, but I'm tough!" Top, Right: Vikings in control. Right: CLeft To Rightl Front Row: H. Nguyen, Brian An- celin, Curt Veteikis. Second Row: Stephen Tye, Pat Dalton, Phillip Lubrano, Titus Ashour, James Car michael. Third Row: John Hall, Mike Clothier, Greg Schadt, Mike Wallace, Joe Martin, Dan Martin. Fourth Row: Don Chandler, Alan Jones, Mike Stayart, Jack Totah, Mark Veteikis, Rick Boeglin. Lower, Right: Movin' on. Lower, Far Right: Vikings great victory over Burleson. Boy's Soccer Top: lLeft To Rightl Front Row: Dianna Garcia, Phyllis McCorkle, Paula Cor- nehls, Debbie Romaker, Kathy McLean. Second Row: Kristi Copeman, Cynthia Doskocil, Becky Reed, Sue Broker, Becky Tomanek. Third Row: Dianna Rosas, Starla Langston, Kathy Brindley, Diane Romaker, Mary Earnest, Ivlana- ger Rick Boeglin. Above Left: 'fGet after it, Chorty!" Lower, Left: "Okay girls, let's go get 'em!" Lower, Right: "If I do this just right..." GirI's Soccer B Varsity Basketball Right: Championship Basketball Vikings fLeft To Rightl: Coach John Dickerson, Joe lVluIry, Chris Giuinn, Lee Friday, Dickie Nies- wiadomy, Scott Kingeter, Chuckie Lincoln, Sam McCloud, Bobby For rest, Chipper Davis, Henry Jacot, J. D. Kosarek. Below: The kind of action and hustling that made the champs! 114 SPORTS 1 . ' i KK X- X 5 s X Q5 , - B. Y, Top, Left: Bobby Forrest in action! Above: Coach Dickerson gives winning advice during a time-out. Bottom, Left: Chipper goes up for two! Left: Kaye Mayfield, chosen Basketball Sweetheart for the 1975- 76 season. SPORTS 115 e z Above: Scott Kingeter shakes off the op- position for a clear shot. Above, Right: The eagles had to hold down Chipper Davis at State Finals in San Antonio: Right: They boys in black mourn the loss of another two points. 116 SPORTS L i Z i pill' Qx 1 E 41:75 ,7 . ts '51 xv 33" I 'Z l,1 -r , , I Sm f W S Q E , 5 A ff? 1 N f , t X g Q, ' ii ,V fl ,, I N, ,, ,H ff? I ji fn-.. - fj.-T. " "Z4,f"fA' 1' ' : , frrpff ,L E ,.... J: 3 f lf 3' ,ls-' :t:::":51.,.,... .,5'11.3'A 5f""'gZai R. . f:+ fx . , ,,- QE! 'e.,fs,. 'fx 1:-K 'gg ,-5-g,+,::4.u::xxLr:::.g,M--q '., In V ,f ...fs 's,.".', ax 4139! WML X ff ,.fM'-"'::f,..Mm'WA"" -wqfh mwf, , V "L '-,,,...ww- . ,, ff' 1. HR 22 2 24 91, . + 55 , rf 1, ,. gf, ,- ,Gi f If .fi 'Sx AW, W gg, W Era gLiM4,ff11iZ'1fQ"' ,,,,,qfj'Z'f Q g MMM ,v:'f'K:t:11 ':":,.,.,.rh w"':fw in '35, 4"""',,.J'!"'W Q" 5 XL ,,,,,if!f,..-v nA?4t,v::'F',.,,-v ,ice V2 Q 'M f 1.,-ff-5":'.-If-v"'n 22 'Q ,ff"f.-W" -3 " Xu ,,,':!N,,1. 51,1 AA, Q . -.fx ,, ' 1 'Q'-, 'W M,,,,,.w:M,.,5,11f3 'I Qi 'E u,Mw',,x""X " slv VV ,z ZaVr3,f,,,.,.-,-f'A WV M3211 fliwfz ffff"?7f' w'.1fd'f1f+"7"'Af' wm,,W-v M,,,ff1' '35, rf, ,,,, fm it ,,,.W4'Lf'f:,,.M"' AE' yy ' ,,,,,MW ,W,,,M A , , . , 1 ,g , , ' 1 1, 1 6 , fe 1 I ' A ' 2 if aa wi 5 x " S-T-'?4T'f l 549 4 1117- if i .55 ff K' . :IES 3 vigfxkkl N 4 1 ,xl Q I' I 1 1 31 "5--. If-. 2 nf if 4? 118 SPORTS Top, Left: Victorious Vikings accept first place trophy in the Knights of Co- lumbus Tournament. Top, Right: Mixed emotions as the Vikings carry off the 2nd place State Trophy. Above, Right: Bob- by Forrest holds plaque naming him to All-State Team. During the same cere- mony he was named State Tournament Nlost Valuable Player. Above: The Cham pionship Roster. J.V. Basketball Below, Left: Leo Goheen juggles during JV Warmup. Below, Right: J.V. huddles around Coach Kincannon. Bottom: 1975-76 J.V. Basketball Squad lLeft To Rightl Front Row: John Regalbuto, Lee Friday, Jim Johnson,Coach Kincannon, Melvin Kelly, John Valentine, Dana Paquette. STANDING: Nlike Rohmer, Demetri Cotton, Richard Pennycuff, Gary Rice, Matt McGinnis,Donald McDevitt, Keith Wilson, Richard Roehl, Anthony Board. 1 ,fi SPORTS 119 ,, Above, Left: John Valentine: Guarded but not deterred! Above, Right: Richard Roehl and Jim Johnson up for the free ball. Right: Demetri jumps and the game starts! Richard Pennycuff takes a long shot! John Valentine puts the ball where he wants the man to be. for-.awk il A 3 . l I V: .sa s l ,M ,iW,, N 'Giu- ,. 4-an Y r 2 120 SPORTS L Below: Coach Mike Swaim selects the starting line-up. Below, Right: Ralph Gilmore goes up for two. Bottom: 1975-76 Freshman Viking Basketball Team CLeft To Rightl First Row: John Jones, David Yates, James Bilardi, Coach Mike Swaim, Bill Pennycuff, Tony Eierdam, Jerry Netek. Standing: Keith Wilson, Henry Cagigal, David Richards, John Adams, Danny Flores, Jamie Regan, Warren Mitchell, Ralph Gilmore. .1 sw H 4- 1, 2 , 1 fd I 1 ,f UA ,, Vw, i f V N 2 5 JU f' 1 lull . :VJAVV W, X it W. l vt ft. l J liit 1' 5 , 6. W' :ts ' -:A- Jud ' I :,,, , , 1 'Jw l - , ,,,, , ,.,, ,.,,, ' ig ',,.,, , i 511 Q: A Freshmen B-Ball fs .P ,,st ,,f" , W W' , 1- W: v .,, iw H , , , st "", SPORTS 121 Right: The competition takes a look at Frances Wing's special 'patty-cake' dribble action. Be- low: Anita Stickley, in action- packed moves, brings the ball down on her own. Below, Right: Team mates wait out the suspense of Frances Wing's attempted two points. Girls Basketball 122 SPORTS S iali in eari reeeraeerreerreerrrs S S l la l lL srrsi S S l ll S l l l1 1 S as siiissiis ssrrsssrra ,,Ei 5 55 l j :i1, :2A5l i.E ., i . S .l:,E,g9?,,I ,E h1IE ,h : h ii h 42 g f 1 rrases W kLk"VkkW" 1 1i 11f siii Above, Left: Tricia Torres impri- sons her opponent and the ball. Left: Frances Wing jumps for the ball while teammates Tricia Torres and Sylvia Garcia move in. SPORTS 123 Right: Coach Jack King goes over the stategy for victory for the Viking J. V. bucket girls. Below: Robin Hughes moves in for the steal. Below, Right: Elisa Cag- igal goes up for the shot. , 'EV' ' M leef -:,1 ,,,. if a av , H M -V, i .,y,,-Wm, ffm, ' sez-mxfggffs p Az. E W 41 4. uf E K awa- 124 SPO RTS ,wif dress - -.x' s 45,5 , -fs' ' 1975-76 NOLAN HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VOLLEYBALL SEASON Nolan's A-TEAM B-TEAM Lake Worth Lost Won Lake Worth Lost Won Aledo Won Won Aledo Won Won Western Hills Won Crowley Tournament: 3rd Place Castleberry Lost LOSi Diamond Hill Won WON Crowley Won Won Diamond Hill Won Won Crowley Won Won lst Place in District Tournament 4th Place in State Tournament 1975-76 Nolan High School Girls Volleyball Team lLeft To Rightl Front Row: Sylvia Garcia, Paula Cornehls, Dianna Garcia lCo-captainl, Monica Garcia, Elva Abilez, Di- ana Rosas. Second Row: Pam Welborn lCoachl, Vonnie Dorsey, Kathy Ruiz, Katy Ash- our, Mary Helen Parker lCaptainJ, Theresa Duran. Third Row: Frances Wing, Krezden Balazik, Liz McGinnis, Claire Ryan, Shelagh Schopen, Cynthia Arredondo. Girls Volleyball Boys Cross Country Below: Robert Wiese strides through ano- ther race. Right: The Ecstacy after the Agony. Far Right: Tommy Tanner: "The Agony..." Bottom, Left: Pat Clark, "I can't believe I ran the whole thing!" Bottom, Right: District Champs lLeft To Rightl Front Row: Mark Melanson, Brian Benavides, Jerry Netek. Center Row: Tim Long, Jim Johnson, Ross Ashley, Pat Clark. Back Row: Tom Tanner, John Clark, Robert Wiese. Tom Long, Coach John Moore. Not Pictured: Larry Aertker. Q-, ,F - -. W an .. W Rx , J N, L K M Q -a,k,N'V ,, . , gr, . X , ozwggf , .. if , . 1 -' 'xi if T' J EN SOLAS R568 SCHOOL 4 1 sw .LQ 126 SPORTS Girls Cross Country T i i Top, Left: Melissa Long learns "endur- f ance" the "Long Way"! Above: "Over the ' river and through the woods to Grand- mother's house we go..." Left: The Cross Country Team, robed in track costumes, p and waiting for the curtain to rise on ' their act iLeft To Rightl Melissa Long, Nancy Corcoran, Maria Straley, Liz Tice, Mary Clark. SPORTS 127 Right: Mark Nelson leaps from the starting blocks to begin the mile relay for the Nolan Vikings. Far Right: Robert Wiese prepares to break the string at the finish line ...no new experience for this Nolan District and State Mile Record set- ter. Below: 1975-76 Boys Track Team lLeft To Right! First Row: Wayne Johnson, Dave Loomis, An- thony Miculka, Mike Wallace. Second Row: Ed Masey, John Clark, Larry Aertker, Robert Wiese, Coach John Moore. Third Row: Ralph Brooks, Brian Benavides, Jerry Netek, Tim Long, Pat Clark. Varsity Boys Track 128 SPORTS 45 . is w K QSW3 . , ,I Q-A f k,,.k..4e :Fwy Right: Leo Goheen makes the mighty reach to hand off to Tim Long in the four man relay race., Below: Senior Larry Aertker passes the clocking station as he begins his last lap in the mile run. Below, right: Junior Nlike Wallace, sans toe-dancing shoes, reaches to put the shot put on a cloud. 130 SPORTS Freshmen Track 3 is V 5, ...nv , .?f,ti'1 1 l if i 5 t t F A 2 --5.. ,mvwggx 'N,, 5 i an if fi 1' : 4' ig Y 5 3 -' wt 2 -F lin Q5 M N -'Ma-., .nip- am 1- , Hula, , 4.-f' "'l5C2aQ,1f Above, Left: Jamey Reagan, freshman, will participate in any sport where he can plant his two feet firmly in mid-air, as in hurdles! Above: Jim Bilardi rests between track meet events. Far Left: Jeff Schmidt does his part to place the relay team in the finals. Left: Promising freshman cinder-man Jerry Netek rounds the bend for the last lap in district finals. SPORTS 131 Girls Track Q: if Seems, 132 SPORTS 1- , ,f Above, Right: 1975-76 Girls Track Team fLeft To Rightl Front Row: Regina Wil- son, Elva Abilez. Second Row: Mrs. Pam Welborn, Nancy Corcoran, Patrice Thom- as, Liz Tice. Third Row: Melissa Long, Michelle Greene, Louri O'Leary, Sherry Branch. Fourth Row: Darla Langston, Brenda Brown, Marsha Shore, Susan Shore, Coach John Moore. 3.1! r. Top, Left: Maria Straley, perfectly poised and balanced, throws a discus in the district finals. Above, Left: Coach Pam Welborn, Center, clarifies time trial results with her girls track team, Above: Nancy Corcoran begins her lap after having received the hand-off from Melissa Long. G Olf Top, Left: Phil Shaw in swing for the long drive. Top, Right: Caddy Kyle Sarradet waits for his golfer, Nolan Junior Scott Woodward, to step up to the green. Above: Golf team members lLeft To Rightl David Richards, Ben Quattrochi, Mike Hood, Phillip Shaw, Scott Woodward. Above, Center: Mike McDonald takes a short putt on the 9th hole at Meadowbrook Country Club. Above, Left: Nolan's hope for a future Colonial Tourna- ment, Senior Mike Hood, takes a mighty swing for a long drive. SPORTS is Right: No Comment! Below: A Re- flective Bench. Lower, Right: "WHAT ABOUT my buggle gum?" Bottom, Right: "Here, Take This!" Baseball A29 A Q. elf," .Q ' t + if f if Sk .5 ,fi . ft ffvf' . R -'11 1 t,.. 1 S 134 SPORTS Z i 3 B, T s T 'E . ,LL 'iff . K' t A-nf - V ,SF ff - s li Q' . 'rf 'f"fM:."' 2 i:L ' T s ni .m . 17' 23' , i1 k 111 ,,Nh. T H I. S Q J 'll ' , LL,L1 ' S -Wh- cc s c T Z kk, l.,.A, Li: il, if ff' J . 1, Ln! L .- ' - . -1' -1, ' K . .no . ' , -wie. of N - N is: if . 4. - ' M M --so S , . A f o I at as S .T ,tl . S. .. ,liii y zi. , ,. , qi . . i . .. .. . :Lx , ft . 1.-.ies .-,. . RN, K , , . sf az.. A ,. ,, A t. S As. . ,L 2 f7ss,i,. ,,. A, .. :gr V Far Left: "Stop 'em short, Mark!"g Left: "Who did What'?", Below: Front Row, Left To Right : David Valdez, Steve Chenevert, Henry Jacot, Dickie Nieswiadomy, Bernard Hanlon, Vince Lubrano. Second Row, Left To Right: Sean Donohue, David Williams, Billy Hunnicutt, Joey Hanlon, Ken Knippel. Third Row, Left To Right: Coach Byron Bransom, Leo Goheen, Tony Eier- dam, Steve Kennedy. Fourth Row, Left To Right: Coach Jack King, Craig Els- ken, Mark Tompkins, Mike Wayne, J.D. Kosarek, Chris Gonzalez. SPORTS 135 Tennis QM W 'Y 4 . an .B .Bt ,,,W Top: fLeft To Right? Front Row: Mike Suarez, Richard Cannady, Joe Velasquez, Pat Dalton, Mark Petrocchi, Dan Tycoliz, Dan Nlartin, Back Row: John Fairchild, Joe Nlartin, Kevin Bradley, Tony Petrocchi, Dick Farrelly, Steve Caero, Brian Steele. Above: Frances Wing returning serve. Right: The great form of Steve Caero, 136 SPORTS if r-gk 7' 'Q' n 'Ay' f 1 3 if x. GQ 0 L,Y fe 54, nr-. F W., ,-. if"- vi' ,. 5: 'Y Top lLeft To Rightl First Row: Michelle Jones, Lisa Manry, Cheryl Epstein, Marla Watson, Cynthia Anthony, Liz Hood, Back Row: Jean Drollinger, Frances Wing, Patricia Torres, Callista Goheen, Mary Ann Goheen, Far Left: Marla Watson "Superstar!" Left: Dan Martin "Love-s" his opponents. Lower: The Michelle Jones Mighty Return. SPORTS 137 , 138 SPOR TS l Top: Junior High Girls Track lLeft To Rightl Jane Colvin, Cynthia Aguirre, Liz- zie Cruz, Maureen Murphy. Right: Junior High Boys Track fLeft To Rightl: Front Row: Hien Nyugen, Fred Bishop, Gabriel Ochoa, Jimmy Wiese. Second Row: Kevin Coyne, Mike Heath, Joe Colvin, Paul Romaker. Third Row: Jimmy Phil- lips, Joe Yoder, Paul Gredell. Bottom: Junior High Girls Basketball: Front Row: Traci Peters, Sharon Kavanaugh, Jane Colvin, Laura Hill, Melissa Burton. Second Row: Lisa Bradley, Bonnie Mur- phy, Sharon Burchfield, Sharon Jones, Mary Carter. Third Row: Coach Cathy Nycz, Diane Bourland, Jennifer Cruz, Mary Phillips. Junior High Teams Junior High Boys Basketball: lLeft To Rightj First Row: Gary Lesinski, Fred Bishop, Terry Griffin, Peter Schopen. Sec- ond Row: Jim Phillips, John McWilliams, Gabriel Ochoa, Jimmy Wiese. Third Row: Coach Joe Mulry, Paul Romaker, Joe Yoder, Joe Colvin, Paul Gredell, Coach Alan Valentine. Junior High Girls Softball: lLeft To Rightl First Row: Bonnie Murphy, Laura Simeroth, Mary Joe Loomis, Sharon Kavanaugh, Mary Carter, H. Nguyen. Second Row: Diane Bourland, Melissa Bradley, Traci Peters, Cecilia Vasquez, Terri Lesinski, Mary Phillips, Patti Barnhill. Third Row: Coach Cathy Nycz, Irene Bishop, Sharon Burchfield, Jennifer Cruz, Cassandra Beimesch, Diana Ochoa, Peggy Endres, Coach Starla Langston. SPORTS 140 SENIORS MJ f AAV ff U5 ,,,,f., , If mi, V ' aa: 'W if 'M A 2 I , E ! E i 1 9 1 V X53 4 Af. C N muu W S Being a senior l have experienced a lot of different feelings which will help me for the rest of my life." LAURIE BAUSHKE MARY BAYER LUCI BEELMAN ERIC BINDER TONY BLACKNALL MICHAEL BOARD 142 SE NIO RS Kell Klllppel MONICA ABRAHAM LARRY AERTKER CYNTHIA ARREDONDO "lt is the 'payoff year,' the year in which your whole high school career comes together, hopefully with some STACEY BOWEN MONICA BOYETT RONNIE BRANSFORD Alan Valentine ROBBIE BROKER ELY BUCKSHIA MICHAEL CABAL LINDA CADRAN LISA CAGIGAL GERARD CANCINO SENIORS 143 JOAN CARTER STEVE CHENEVERT ANN CHILDRESS JOHN CLARK TERESA COLBECK CANDY COLLINS TIM CORBETT MARY CORCORAN "Being a senior has its responsibilities but the lun and enjoyment of really getting to know classmates and teachers makes my senior year unforgettable." SUSAN CORCORAN l. D. Kosarek 144 SENIORS Q' BOBBY FOR REST THERESA DURAN MARY EARNEST FRANK FAZZIO THELMA FLORES KATHY FORD CHAR LES COTTON PAT DALTON MARILYN DOSKOCIL "After being at Nolan for four years, I'd just as soon go to college here. I love everything about it!" Mary Heten Parker SENIORS 145 "An eagerness to share, open hearts entwined with the love of friends has made my senior year an experience which has brought much joy and sparkle BECKYFRIDAY to my life . . . I love it!" Sheryl Sarradet "Q DIANNA GARCIA SYLVIA GARCIA CHRIS GATES CHRIS GUINN 'W' GRIFFIN GUNTER iii' JOEY HANLON DANA HARLESS ' - MIKE HOOD 'lfggsff 146 SE NIO R S HENRY JACOT BRAD JOHNSON ALAN JONES MICHELLE JONES JEANNE KAS KA SCOTT KINGETER KEN KNIPPEL "Half the fun of coming to school i ANTHONY JOHNSON S J. D. KOSAREK looking forward to seeing one's friends every day. The other halt is getting involved." Frank Fa zzio SENIORS 147 JOE KYLE LEE ANN LACROIX PAM LEFALL LESLIE LOWES VINCE LUBRANO PEGGY LUKE KIM MACDONALD BOBBY MARTINEZ We all have more in common than our senior rings." 148 SE NIOR S Frank Fazzio PHYLLIS MCCORKLE Sh DONNA MCKONE "A very significant year in my life." JERRY MCNAMARA CLARE MOORE Chris Guinn PAT MORIARTY DENISE MORRIS MARK MOSES SUSAN MULQUEEN LAURA MU LRY SUZY MURPHY SENIO RS 149 "On paper you don't accomplish much but in the area of responsibility you write a book. JOHN ORTEGA MARY HELEN PARKER STEVE PARRISH ANNE PEARCE ANN PERDUE EDWARD PETERSEN 150 SENIORS Vince Lubrano KAREN NIPP CATHY NYCZ DONNA NIESWIADOMY RENAE POWELL "There's so much you want to hold onto - yet so much you have to let go of, to know a little more freedom and a little more pain." BEN QUATTROCHI TOM QUINONES Kelly Ray KELLY RAY RICHARD REED DEBBIE ROMAKER DIANA ROSAS CYNTHIA RUIZ KATHY RUSH SENIORS 151 PHILLIP SHAW SINDEE SIMS MIKE STAYART . . l'm not going to tell you about how fantastic being a senior is . . . but rather how fantastic it is when you've got friends like l do and a place like Nolan to share with them." MIKE STEVENS Luci Beelman i 152 SE NIO RS SHERYL SARRADET MARY ANNE SCHMIDT TRICIA SEGARS , Q 1 TRICIA STENGER SHARON STEELE Z SUSAN SWIHART TOMMY TANNER MARTI TERROVONA AVIS THOMAS CHAR LES THOMAS MARTHA THOMPSON MW if WW79 Jw GERI TICE f7 6 LMT ey T A q w ,7 Q gift MARITOMANEK "This year has at times been a joy, at times a struggle, but more often a beautiful experience." Paul Whitney SENIORS 153 DAVID VALDEZ VILA URQUIDI MARY ANNE WALKER ALAN VALENTINE PAUL WHITNEY MIKE WAYNE ROBERT WIESE A 154 SENIORS ,,..weN,vr1f""w V S J. arek f f : 1 ,MW .gin---w , I . Sharon .K ,Q Doskocil A to N3 ' 4- KEITH w1l.L1Anv1s MARY WRZESINSKI QSEBZVQQSEQ DEMETRIA ZEPEDA kidnry Jacot and Chris Guinn SE NIO R S 155 ,f fw, .15 if , 'tj ' 171 yi x K -i I-s..z5 i.,:-- --I K X ' ffzxf-swf J H Qfsm 3 x w -- 1-.ug i ' ffzvfif 1' N5 v- V- ,,,--, ...,:-fffi..l..,f:' V -2 ,::,, -'.': N IIL: H ' L L ' ' .. - ' . "" . 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A Susan Cor ' ran is John SENIORS 157 JMMININH WS atfi, " 1 JUNIORS 159 160 JU NIOR S Ernest Abilez Victor Allen Barbara Alvarez Cynthia Anthony Patricia Aragon Rita Ayala Krezden Balazik Vernetta Bates Patti Baushke John Baynham Breanna Bell Anthony Bielecki Ken Bishop Lillie Borden Joe Bridges Katherine Brindley Ralph Brooks Judy Broyles Jonathan Burda Gila Burciaga Margaret Burciaga XX J ,, ,ye tx at 9' xXX QSM X X : A va x N ,Q is Mike Buschmann John Byrne Tom Byrne Jerry Cabal Mike Caesar Sylvia Calvillo Dianna Campos Lisa Cannady Chris Castro Bliss Cavnar Jim Conlin Rodney Coonrod Terri Coppock Demetri Cotton Debbie Crego Pat Crimmins Christine Davidson Alan Davis Rebecca Del Rio Jake Donoldson Scott Dudley Debbie Ellsworth 162 JUNIORS Craig Elsken Jill Fairchild Lisa Farmer T risha Foster Mike Franko Howard Gapinski Monica Garcia Rebecca Garcia Callista Goheen Abel Gonzalez Chris Gonzalez Rito Gonzalez Dorinda Greathouse Jenny Gredell Eva Green Michelle Greene John Hall J0hI'1 l'1aS that Sr. Eloan gleam in his eyes Joe stat Skis. - '-as .. .v 6 R, . N., Q, 1 '- 'Q' 9 X 'VPB if K 1' Bernie Hanlon Mary Jo Hardisty A rm ando H ernandez Teresa Hernandez Billy Hewitt Mary Hickey Vicki Holtz Karen Hozie Carlye Hughes Billy Hunnicutt Mary Huskey Ethel Jacobs Carl Jettun Bill Johnson Susan Jones Mary Jo Kaska Rosemary Kavanaugh JU NIORS 163 164 JU NIORS Steve Kennedy Lisa Klein Debby Kuehling Deborah Kutteles Teresa Lara John Lesinski Guy Lowery Trica Luttrell Marsha Mabry Joe Maldino Leah Maloy David Martinez Veronica Martinez Richard Marx Edward Massey Kaye Mayfield Sam McCloud "The Rang ers wi I I XX Q ees 'N lx Nickie McCorkIe Mike McDonald Liz McGinnis Beth McKendry Mike McWilliams Margaret Medina Bob Melly Mary Miller Donald Mitchell Judy Mocek Pete Morales Nancy Morrissey Joe Mulry Huong Nguyen Renee Ojeda Ramon Ortega II Sylvia Ortiz JUNIORS 165 166 JU NIORS Theresa Pannell Richard Pennycuff Vivian Perez Lisa Peterson Tony Petrocchi Delia Plata Boris Porto Danny Radykowski John Regalbuto Terence Reynolds Karyn Rigdon Mike Rohmer Kathy Ruiz Claire Ryan Kyle Sarradet GregSchadt Suzanne Schmidt Maria Schopen Mark Smith Tony Smith Melba Soto Duane Stehling Angela Stickley Chris Stinnett Maria Straley Camille Surdey 1 jf' 5 2 A ' N -M ------ Q. ,,.. F ea Q' E X l sf H , 1 sk iff, We wg? MEN? 'lm eww, Z, ,el - ,ra V' K gee. 3' This ., I M .xt f. s -5 '- "5 in rg.. ' g' ",i1f3v: . f , Q1 Yolanda Thibodeaux Liz Tice Mark Tompkins Jack Totah Jim Trebilcock Stephen Tye John Valentine Ralph Vasquez Anne Vecera Mark Veteikis Michael Wallace Wil'Lwin Wallace Darrell Ward Debi Wilde Dionne Williams Reginald Wilson Rozvlind Wilson Scott Woodward Mike Wrzesinski Eddie Zamarripa 3 E 3, 4... 4 Q, 168 SOPHOMO RES ' ' f' f f 1 1 1 f ,i A1 . ' V W Q Q iffffifff' 4 V 4 I l f 2,53 wk w.n-Nr' a 1 i i 4 S MIWHIN WHEQQ 4 SOPHO MO RES 169 Kevin Abbott Elva Abilez Cheryl Adams Kristi Adcock Steve Andrews Chris Anthony Benny Araujo Ross Ashley Titus Ashour Karen Barbrick Peggy Barnhill Joe Barriga Mary Bielecki Mary Blacknall Anthony Board Rod Borbolla Chris Bowden Kevin Bradley Sherry Branch Sylvia Briseno Martha Britton x i W blslfrt U QE 4: 'fb' ff Speaking o 'i S' fn ,,,.... 4 NM.-Y Xa K A-1 4, if .17 QX,,5f kgivyf 'x 1' f X -2 B1 fs' A J Q.. , re ilk :Qi ii by-fir K A x. ., s +L s Sue Broker Michael Brooks Brenda Brown Cyndy Brown Julie Burchfield Mike Burda Anne Buschmann Steve Caero Jesse Calvillo Donna Cancemi James Carmichael Pat Carroll Mike Casey Gerald Churchman Mary Clark Pat Clark Mike Clothier Sharon Corbett Cathy Corcoran Nancy Corcoran Brittania Davis Jimmy Dick Bruce Dolenz Ronnie Dorsey Karen Doskocil Theresa Doskocil SOPHOMORES 171 172 SOPHOlVlORES Thad Drew Jean Drollinger Carlos Duran Justin Eicher Cheryl Eppstein Michael Erwin Daniel Estrada Richard D. Estrada Barbara Evans Dick Farrelly Michael Flanagan Becky Flores Dianna Flores Kevin Foster Lee Friday Anthony Garcia Pat Gilmore Dan Girardot Leo Goheen Debbie Gonzales Michael Gonzales Ava Graham 9- 466 Sy X 'N F!! J xv A W i, "1 . y ' 2 N Diane Halden Betty Hall David Handler Michael Harris Randall Harris Beth Harshaw Mike Hebert Vanessa Hemandez Stephanie Hiler Liz Hood Lucy Horan Becky Huizar Reynaldo Hurd Mary Jane Jacobi Angela Johnson Jim Johnson Kerry Johnson Melva Johnson Jerry Johnston Perry Johnston Melvin Kelly Paul Knippel SOPHOMORES 173 Scott Lachance Starla Langston Guadalupe La Rue Debbie Lesinski Charles Lincoln Tim Long Dave Loomis John Lowery Jeff Lowes Ellen Manzullo Tina Marazzi Joe Martin Cindy Maulsby Alan Nlay Donald NlcDevitt Kelly McDonald Matt McG innis Steve NlcWilliams Ad riana Meza Anthony Miculka Sylvia Moreno Robbie Mulqueen Mark Nelson Richard Newhouse Vince Nieswiadomy Jane Nipp Louri O'Leary Mike Olson Jim O'Neil Valerie Orona Cynthia Ortiz Richard O'Toole David Otto Melinda Owens Connie Papan Dana Paquette Anne Pemberton Robert Perez Forrest Peterson Mark Petrocchi Janet Phillips Patricia Porto Tony Ray 176 SOPHONIOR ES David Regalbuto Ana Reymundo Gaby Reymundo Caroline Rice Gary Rice Rolinda Richards Richard Roehl Linda Romaker Beatrice Rosas Zee Rucker Mark Shadowens Marcie Shore Perry Simeroth Lorriedel Sodek Myrtle Spikes Bryan Steele Craig Stevens Julie Stevens Tim Swiharl: Theresa Tallas Lynn Tarver Alma Terrazas Ta Thi Thanh Hilaire Thornton GWR? 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O YY ug 4 f , 4.5. X f E 11655 "TH at THE L . L WH X OUR f 0 ' f AND - .' L OFL X 4, Goo , I - AND THE .. - NOLAN CO af in X fb 557- Index Seniors ABRAHAM, MONICA. 98, 140, 142. 203. Class Officer, Divisional Council Rep., Freshman English Award, A- Honors. UTA. AERTKER, LARRY. 54, 88, 94, 95. 128, 130, 142, 203. Cross Country, Track, Honor Roll, All-District Cross Country, All-State Cross Country. Texas A 81 M. ARREDONDO, CYNTHIA. 125, 142, 203. BAUSHKE, LAURIE. 48, 54, 55, 95. 96, 135, 142, 203. Honor Roll, Stu- dent Council Rep., Class Officer, Le- panto, International Club, Library Staff, Freshman French award, 8. Freshman Art Award. UTA. BAYER, MARY. 54, 55, 142, 203. Honor Roll, Bowling, International Club, Library Staff. UTA. BEELMAN, LUCI. 52, 54, 55, 142. 203. Honor Roll, C.L.C., Pastoral Ser- vices Council. Stephen F. Austin. BINDER, ERIC. 142. 203. Football, Advanced Physical Science Award. Air Force. BLACKNALL, TONY. 142, 203. BOARD, MICHAEL. 50, 102, 106, 142, 157, 203. BOWEN, STACEY. 143, 203. Football, Track,U.T.A. BOYETT,MONlCA.17,157,143,203. Honor Roll, Three Year Academic Letters. North Texas State. BRANSFORD, RONNIE. 143, 156, 203. Track, Honor Roll, Air Force. BROKER, ROBBIE. 2, 143. Football. Drama, Musicals. Chorus, Stage Crew, Cinema Awards, Senior Out- standing Chorus Award. T.C.J.C. BUCKSHIA, ELY. 50, 102, 106, 143, 203. Honor Roll, Lepanto, Interna- tional Club. U.T.A. CABAL, MICHAEL. 6, 54, 143, 203. Lepanto. CADRAN, LINDA. 143. CAGIGAL, LISA. 35, 46, 65, 84, 91. 101, 124, 143, 203. Girls Basket- ball, Honor Roll, Musical, Pan Am Club, Service Club, Homecoming Court '75, Third Year Academic Award. T.W.C. CANCINO, GERARD. 65, 143, 203. Football. CARTER, JOAN. 54, 55, 144, 157, 203. Lepanto, Service Club. Texas Tech. CHENEVERT, STEVE. 82, 98, 104. 106, 134, 135, 144, 203. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Senior: All Dis- trict 81 All State Footballg Baseball: Sophomore 81 Junior All District. Sen- ior: Outstanding Player. CHILDRESS, ANN. 144, 203. U.T.A. CLARK, JOHN. 52, 54, 55, 61, 75, 77, 78, 79, 83, 88, 100, 101, 103, 126, 128, 144, 157, 203, 205, 206. Cross Country, Track, Honor Roll, Student Council Rep., Musical, Life Club, Pas- toral Services Council, Chorus, Stage Crew, Chorus "Outstanding Male" Award, Two Years All-District Cross Country. Stephen F. Austin. COLBECK, THERESA. 144, 203. COLLINS, CANDY. 54, 144, 203. CORBETT, TIM. 37, 106, 144, 156. 203. Football. Architect. CORCORAN, MARY. 54, 55, 203. Honor Roll, International Club, Senior Projects Committee. Texas Woman's University. CORCORAN, SUSAN. 6, 103, 144. 157, 203. Honor Roll, Lepanto, Inter- national Club, C.L.C. Stephen F. Aus- tin. COTTON, CHARLES. 35, 145, 203. DALTON, PAT. 43, 112, 136, 145. 203, 205. Football, Tennis, Soccer, Honor Roll, Student Council Rep., Class Officer, Divisional Council, Speech. Texas ASM. DOSKOCIL, MARILYN. 32, 33, 145. 203. Hon-or Roll, Class Officer, Le- 206 INDEX panto, C.L.C., Cinema Award, Jewel- ry Award. U.T.A. DURAN, THERESA. 46, 125, 145, 203. Girls Basketball, Girls Volleyball, Honor Roll, Pan Am Club, Service Club. EARNEST, MARY. 70, 113, 145, 203. Soccer, Girls Basketball, Girls Volley- ball, Honor Roll, Lepanto, Speech, ln- ternational Club, C.L.C., Service Club, Sophomore History Award. UT- Austin. FAZZIO, FRANK. 100, 103, 145, 175, 203. Honor Roll, Junior Year A.M.A. Award. FLORES, THELMA. 17, 27, 42, 88. 145, 203, 205. Honor Roll, Student Council Rep., Divisional Council Rep., Student Council Officer, Speech, Pan Am Club, C.L.C., Student Services Council, Freshman Religion, English 81 Spanish Awards, Sophomore Art Award, "Most Likely to Succeed". UT-Austin. FORD, KATHY. 88, 101, 141, 145. 203. C.l.C. College. FORREST, BOBBY. 17, 53, 71, 82. 88,95,114,115,117,118,145,203. Basketball, Honor Toll, Student Coun- cil Rep., Class Officer, Divisional Council Rep., Lepanto, Speech, C.L.C., Harambee, Student Services Council, Freshman Speech Award, Chemistry Award, Geometry Award, Spanish Il Award, Spanish Ill Award, "Junior of the Year" Notre Dame Club of Dallas-Ft. Worth. Rice Univer- sity. FRIDAY, BECKY. 33, 94, 146, 203. Class Officer, Cheerleader. North Texas. GARCIA, DIANNA. 54, 55, 100, 113, 125, 146, 156, 203. Soccer, Girls Basketball, Girls Volleyball, Honor Roll, Pan AM Club, C.L.C., Library Staff. Nominated Freshman Sweet- heart, Academic Letter, Volleyball Co-captain, Volleyball All District, Most-Valuable Player, Soccer Cap- tain. T.W.C. GARCIA, SYLVIA. 123, 125, 146, 203. GATES, CHRIS. 33, 100, 146, 156, 203. T.C.J.C. GUINN, CHRIS. 6, 34, 42, 50, 78, 79, 88, 114, 141, 146, 203, 205, 206. Basketball, Tennis, Track, Honor Roll, Speech, Musical, C.L.C., Chorus, Har- ambee, Student Council Officer, "Best Dressed Senior". St. Mary's University. GUNTER, GRIFFIN. 54, 95, 97, 100, 140, 146, 203. Honor Roll, Lepanto. Backwards King. U.T.A. HANLON, JOEY. 29, 61, 68, 82, 88. 95, 103, 134, 135, 146, 203, 205. Basketball, Baseball, Student Council Rep., Class Officer, All District Base- ball. Texas Tech. HARLESS, DANA. 146, 203. College. HOOD, MIKE. 69, 146, 133, 203. Bas- ketball, Golf, Honor Roll. Golf: All- State Three Years, Most Valuable Player Two Years, State Medalist Two Years, Captain of Team Two Years, All District Two Years, District Medal- ist One Year. College. JACOT, HENRY. 15, 60, 72, 73, 88. 94, 114, 147, 135, 203. Basketball, Baseball,C.L.C., Mardi Gras King, "Most Attractive" Senior. College. JOHNSON, ANTHONY. 32, 35, 50, 100, 106, 107, 108, 128, 129, 147, 203. Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Harambee, Freshman District Long Jump record, Junior District 81 State Finalist Long Jump, Senior Sec- ond Place District Long Jump. Texas Southern U. JOHNSON, BRAD. 99, 106, 147, 203. Football. Auburn College. JONES, ALAN. 6, 54, 55, 112, 147. 203. Football, Basketball, Soccer, Class Officer, Divisional Council Rep., International Club, Photography Club, Sophomore Biology Award. North Carolina A 8. T. JONES, MICHELLE. 137, 147, 203. Tennis, Student Council Rep., Drama, C.L.C. Stephen F. Austin. KASKA, JEANNE. 54, 55, 82, 94, 95. 147, 203. Honor Roll, Class Officer, Divisional Council Rep., Junior French Award, Senior Divisional Council. lncarnate Word. KINGETER, SCOTT. 15, 54, 82, 94, 103, 114, 116, 147, 203. Football, Basketball, Tennis, C.L.C. College. KNIPPEL, KEN. 38, 42, 43, 53, 64, 83, 94, 103, 135, 147, 203, 205. Bas- ketball, Baseball, Honor Roll, Divi- sional Council Rep., C.L.C., Student Council President, Student Services Council. Texas Tech. KOSAREK, J.D. 17, 38. 36, 42, 68. 147, 155, 203, 205. KYLE, JOE. 54, 55, 148, 156, 203. Football, Lepanto. College. LaCROlX, LEE ANN. 5, 6, 16, 59, 62. 79, 148, 203. Honor Roll, Drama, C.L.C., Chorus. U.T.A. LEFALL, PAM. 39, 50, 84, 148, 159, 203. LOWES, LESLIE. 17, 24, 35, 48, 54, 55, 91, 148, 203. Honor Roll, Student Council Rep., Divisional Council Rep., Lepanto, Musical, International Club, Band,Library Staff, Senior Projects Committee, French I Award, Fresh- man Band Award. College. LUBRANO, VINCE. 17, 95, 135, 148. 203. Baseball, Honor Roll, Divisional Council Rep. Texas A 8. M. LUKE, PEGGY. 54, 55, 148, 203. Hon- or Roll, Bowling, International Club. U.T.A. MacDONALD, KIM. 148, 203. MARTINEZ, BOBBY. 35, 46, 84, 148. 203. Honor Roll, Student Council Rep., Pan Am Club, Band. Pam American Club President, TCIL All Re- gion Band, Good Neighbor Achieve- ment Award, Band President, Opti- mist Award, Band Beau, Junior Band Award. U.T.A. McCORKLE, PHYLLIS. 28, 40, 113, 148, 203. Soccer, Honor Roll, Library Staff. T.C.J.C. McKONE, DONNA. 6, 83, 89, 101, 149, 203. Girls Basketball, Honor Roll, Divisional Council Rep. C.L.C., Student Council Officer, "Miss Nolan High School". Georgetown Univer- sity. McNAMARA, JERRY. 149, 203. MOORE, CLARE. 28, 34, 101, 149. 203. Musical, Photography Club, Chorus, Service Club. MORIARTY, PAT. 6, 54, 55, 149, 157, 203. Track, International Club, First Year Academic Letter. T.C.U. MORRIS, DENISE. 17, 70, 101, 149. 203. Honor Roll, Class Officer, Drama, Musical, International Club. Chorus, Stage Crew. North Texas State. MOSES, MARK. 29, 54, 55, 149, 203. Honor Roll, Junior Year Clerical Re- cords Award, Fourth Year Academic Letter. T.C.U. MULQUEEN, SUSAN. 102, 149, 203. MULRY, LAURA. 33, 98, 100, 102, 149, 203. Girls Basketball, Honor Roll, Lepanto, International Club, C.L.C., Senior Lepanto Editor Award, PrincipaI's Award, Senior Sweetheart Court, Ceramics Award. University of Dallas. MURPHY, SUZY. 54, 55, 95, 101, 102, 149, 203. Honor Roll, Lepanto, International Club, Senior Projects Committee. St. Mary's University. NIESWIADOMY, DONNA. 54, 55, 102, 150, 203. Honor Roll, Lepanto, Inter- national Club, Service Club, Two Year Academic Letter. North Texas State. NIPP, KAREN. 6, 9, 74, 75, 88, 78. 79, 150, 203. Honor Roll, Class Of- ficer, Drama, Musical, Outstanding Female Chorus Award, "Most Talent- ed Senior" Award. U.T.A. NYCZ, CATHY. 2, 138, 150, 203. Girls Basketball, Most Valuable Player. St. Mary's University. ORTEGA, JOHN. 29, 150, 203. Band. PARKER, MARY HELEN. 42, 43, 88. 96, 101, 125, 150, 203, 205. Girls Basketball, Girls Volleyball, Honor Roll, Junior Exec., Lepanto, C.L.C., Band, Stage Crew, Student Council First Vice-President, Junior Out- standing Volleyball player, "Most Ath- Ietic" Senior Favorite. North Texas State. PARRISH, STEVE. 102, 150, 203. PEARCE, ANNE. 88, 150, 203. Honor Roll, Service Club, Piano, Swim Team, Second Year Academic Letter, "Most Attractive" Senior Favorite. T.C.U. SSSDUE, ANN. 59, 65, 88, 99, 150, PETERSEN, EDWARD. 50, 106, 150. 203. Football, Harambee. University of Dallas. POWELL, RENAE. 5, 39, 47, 50, 59. 140, 151, 203. Girls Volleyball, Girls Track, International Club, Cheer- leader, Harambee. Howard Univer- sity. QUATTROCHI, BEN. 133, 151, 203. Golf, Cross Country, Lepanto, C.L.C. North Texas State. QUINONES, TOM. 151, 203. RAY, KELLY. 42, 43, 64, 69, 95, 97. 141, 151, 203, 205. Honor Roll, Stu- dent Council Rep., Class Officer, Divi- sional Council Rep., C.L.C., Student Council Second Vice-President. St. Mary's U. REED, RICHARD. 2, 34, 54, 55, 98, 100, 103, 151, 203. Stage Crew, Third Place Cinema Award. College. ROMAKER, DEBBIE. 102, 113, 151, 203. Soccer. T.C.J.C. ROSAS, DIANA. 113, 125, 151, 156, 203. Soccer, Volleyball, Pan Am Club, C.L.C., Service Club. T.W.C. RUIZ, CYNTHIE. 27, 40, 151, 156, 203. Honor Roll, Library Staff. Col- lege. RUSH, KATHY. 151, 203. SARRADET, SHERYL. 34, 52, 54, 55, 103, 152, 203. Honor Roll, Class Of- ficer, Lepanto, Musical, Pastoral Ser- vices Council, Chorus, Cheerleader, Freshman Religion Award. St. Mary's Dominican. SCHMIDT, MARY ANNE. 17, 35, 64, 65, 99, 152, 203. Class Officer, C.L.C., Band, Band Sweetheart 1975 81 76, 1975 Homecoming Queen, 1976 Prom Princess, 1976 All-Region Band. St. Mary's U. SEGARS, TRICIA. 29, 33, 102, 152, 203. SHAW, PHILLIP. 133, 203, 152. Foot- ball, Basketball, Golf, Honor Roll, Class Officer, All District and All State Golf teams, Two Years. St. Mary's University. SIMS, SINDEE. 102, 152, 203. Girls Basketball, Class Officer, Drama. College. STAYART, MIKE. 6, 54, 55, 104, 112. 141, 152, 203. Soccer, Lepanto. U.T.A. STENGER, TRICIA. 54, 152, 203. Honor Roll, C.L.C., One Year Acade- mic Letter. STEELE, SHARON. 6, 33, 102, 152, 203. Girls Basketball, Honor Roll, Class Officer, C.L.C., Library Staff, Cheerleader, Student Council Officer, Outstanding Achievement in Spanish for Four Years, Second Place Art Award, Jewelry Awards. Texas Wom- en's University. STEVENS, MIKE. 6, 42, 69, 96, 100. 106, 152, 203, 205. Football, Track, Student Council Rep., Cheerleader Junior-Senior Games, Student Coun- cil Vice-President, All District Honor- able Mention - Football, Most Valua- ble Player - Football, Don Thomp- son Award Nominee. U.T.A. SWIHART, SUSAN. 42, 54, 94, 153. 203, 205. Honor Roll, Class Officer, Student Council Officer, Senior Year Football Sweetheasrt, Four Year Aca- demic Letter. lncarnate Word Col- lege. TANNER, TOMMY. 29, 126, 153, 203. Football, Basketball, Cross Country, Track, All District Cross Country Two Years. TERROVONA, MARTI. 65, 153, 203. THOMAS, AVIS. 49, 50, 153, 203. THOMAS, CHARLES. 29, 39, 50, 68. 106, 153, 203. THOMPSON, MARTHA. 29, 54, 55, 98, 140, 153, 203. Student Council Rep., Cheerleader. T.W.C. THOMPSON, MARTIN. 15, 54, 101, 153, 203. Golf, Class Officer, Musical, Chorus. T.W.C. TICE, GERI. 65, 88, 97, 153, 203. Honor Roll, C.L.C. Cheerleader, Two Year Academic Letter. St. Thomas University. TOMANEK, MARI. 153, 203. College. VALDEZ, DAVID. 54, 105, 106, 107, 134, 135, 154, 203. Football, Basket- ball Baseball. IWALKER, MARY ANNE. 54, 55, 99. 103, 154, 203. Honor Roll, Lepanto, Speech, International Club, C.L.C., Service Club. U.T.A. WHITNEY, PAUL. 52, 54, 55, 68, 88, 90, 154, 203, 205. Basketball, Honor Roll, Student Council Rep., Class Of- ficer, Lepanto, Pastoral Services Council, Freshman Government-Eco- nomics Award, Freshman Latin Award, Senior "Most Likely to Suc- ceed" Favorite. St. Mary's University. URQUIDI, VILA. 41, 103, 154, 203. Girls Volleyball, Class Officer, Speech, Drama, Musical, Pan Am Club, Library Staff. Senior Library Award from Texas Association. T.C.J.C. VALENTINE, ALAN. 43, 103, 139. 154, 203. Basketball, Honor Roll, Stu- dent Council Rep., Class Officer, Le- panto, Rinks Club, Intramurals. Tu- lane U. WAYNE, MIKE. 134, 135, 154, 203. 205. Baseball, Student Council Rep., Bowling. College. WIESE, ROBERT. 54, 55, 64, 65, 88, 126, 128, 154, 203. Cross Country, Track, Lepanto, Speech, Honor Roll, Two Years "Most Valuable Player" Track and Cross Country, Don Thompson Award, Nolan Rep. for Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes, Two Years All State Cross Country, One Year All State Track, All District Cross I Country and Track Two years. North I Texas State. I WILLIAMS, KEITH. 100, 102, 103, 154, 203. Lepanto, Photography. IWOOD, HUB. 101, 155, 156. 203. ICOllege. I WRZESINSKI, MARY. 101, 103, 155. I 203. Honor Roll, Lepanto, Rinks Club, I Senior Projects Committee, Three QYear Academic Letter. St. Mary's U. IZEMKA, SUE. 5, 6, 32, 33, 155, 157, 203. IZEPEDA, DEMETRIA. 155, 203. Ex- I ploring Horizons. T.C. J. C. NOT PICTURED: FERIGOULE, ANNICK. 203, Girls Vol- leyball, International Club. GILLEN, BRIAN. 203. HILL, JEFF. 203. JOHNSON, STEVEN. 203. Honor Roll, Musical, Band, Chorus, Harambee, Piano, Academic Letter, Chorus Award. T.W.C. KNAPIK, STEVE. 33, 203. Iuniors ABILEZ, ERNEST. 46, 106, 160. ALLEN, VICTOR. 6, 34, 46, 84, 85. 160. ALVAREZ, BARBARA. 46, 160. ANTHONY, CYNTHIA. 16, 59, 92, 137, 159, 160. ARAGON, PATRICIA. 34, 46, 49, 85. 160. AYALA, RITA. 46, 160. BALAZIK, KREZDEN. 125, 160. BATES, VERNETTA. 41, 43, 47, 50, 56, 87, 160. BAUSHKE, PATTI. 160. BAYNHAM, JOHN. 35, 94, 160. BELL, BREANNA. 46, 160. BIELECKI, ANTHONY. 160. BISHOP, KEN. 160. BORDEN, LILLIE. 160. BRIDGES, JOE. 160. BRINDLEY, KATHERINE. 51, 160. BROOKS, RALPH. 25, 50, 106, 108, 128, 160. BROYLES, JUDY. 160. BURDA, JONATHAN. 160. BURCIAGA, GILA. 160, 205. BURCIAGA, MARGARET. 158, 160. BUSCHMANN, MIKE. 161. BYRNE, JOHN. 161. BYRNE, TOM. 161. CABAL, JERRY. 161. CAESAR, MIKE. 25, 33, 35, 5, 91. 161. CALVILLO, SYLVIA. 28, 35, 161. CAMPOS. 40, 59, 160, 161. CANNADY, LISA. 161. CASTRO, CHRIS. 2, 106, 161. CAVNAR, BLISS. 60, 74, 86, 96. 165, 161, 205. CONLIN, JIM. 21, 161. COONROD, RODNEY. 161. COPPOCK, TERRI. 41, 49, 51, 161. COTTON, DEMETRI. 39, 51, 87, 120, 161. CREGO, DEBBIE. 39, 51, 87, 120, 161. CRIMMINS, PAT. 161, 164. DAVIDSON, CHRISTINE. 51, 86. 161. DAVIS, ALAN. 28, 37, 50, 114, 115, 116, 161. DEL RIO, REBECCA. 59, 161. DONOLDSON, JAKE. 161. DUDLEY, SCOTT. 161. ELLSWORTH, DEBBIE. 49, 161. ELSKEN, CRAIG. 135, 162. FAIRCHILD, JILL. 51, 162. FARMER, LISA. 162. FOSTER, TRISHA. 33, 162. FRANKO, MIKE. 162. GAPINSKI, HOWARD. 162, 165. GARCIA, MONICA. 28, 59, 125, 159. 162. GARCIA, REBECCA. 59, 99, 162. GOHEEN, CALLISTA. 137, 162. GONZALEZ, ABEL. 34, 46, 75, 86, 162. GONZALEZ, CHRIS. 135, 162. GONZALEZ, RITO. 2, 5, 86, 106, 158, 162. GREATHOUSE, DORINDA. 40, 41, 158, 162. GREDELL, JENNY. 162. GREEN, EVA. 50, 162. GREENE, MICHELLE. -47, 50, 39. 132, 162. HALL, JOHN. 35, 112, 162. HANLON, BERNIE. 6, 39, 99, 135, 163, 205. HARDISTY, MARY JO. 94, 163. HERNANDEZ, ARMANDO. 34, 46. 86, 98, 103, 106, 163. HERNANDEZ, TERESA. 46, 163. HEWITT, BILLY. 2, 46, 109, 163. HICKEY, MARY. 163. HOLTZ, VICKI. 163. HOZIE, KAREN. 34, 39, 163, 205. HUGHES, CARLYE. 78, 79, 38, 41, 163. HUNNICUTT, BILLY. 71, 97, 106. 135, 163, 205. HUSKEY, MARY. 163. JACOBS, ETHEL. 34, 51, 52, 78. 79, 86, 163. JETTUN, CARL. 29, 163. JOHNSON, BILL. 33, 35, 63, 163. JONES, SUSAN. 163. KA1S6IgA, MARY JO. 34, 87, 103. KAVANAUGH, ROSEMARY. 15, 87, 163. KENNEDY, STEVE. 106, 135, 164. KLEIN, LISA. 164. KUEHLING, DEBBY. 164. KUTTELES, DEBORAH. 48, 51, 164. LARA, TERESA. 40, 43, 46, 84, 164. LESINSKI, JOHN. 96, 164. LOWERY, GUY. 46, 164. LUTTRELL, TRICA. 163, 164. MABRY, MARSHA. 18, 51, 164. MALDINO, JOE. 164. MALOY, LEAH. 164. MARTINEZ, DAVID. 6, 35, 46, 84, 164. MARTINEZ, VERONICA. 41, 46, 49. 164. MARX, RICHARD. 164. MASSEY, EDWARD. 128, 129, 164. MAYFIELD, KAYE. 35, 115, 164. MCCLOUD, SAM. 50, 114, 164. MCCORKLE, NICKIE. 40, 51, 165. MCDONALD, MIKE. 133, 165. MCGINNIS, LIZ. 96, 125, 165. MCKENDRY, BETH. 47, 49, 158. 165. MCWILLIAMS, MIKE. 35, 165. MEDINA, MARGARET. 34, 41, 93. 103. MELLY, BOB. 165. MILLER, MARY. 165. MITCHELL, DONALD. 50, 87, 165. MOCEK, JUDY. 165. MORALEs, PETE. 106, 165. MORRIssEY, NANCY. 49, 86, 165. MULRY, JOE. 2, 43, 114, 118, 139. 160, 163, 165. NGLIYEN, HUONG. 112, 165. OJEDA, RENEE. 165. ORTEGA II, RAMON. 165. ORTIZ, sYLvIA. 165, 205. PANNELL, THERESA. 49, 51, 166. PENNYCUFF, RICHARD. 5, 119, 120, 166. PEREZ, vIvIAN. 166. PETERSON, LISA. 94, 166. PETROCCHI, TONY. 2, 43, 52, 79, 96, 99, 136, 166. PLATA, DELIA. 46, 166. PORTO, BORIS. 35, 49, 53, 97, 166, 205. RADYKOWSKI, DANNY. 106, 166. REGALBUTO, JOHN. 106, 119, 166. REYNOLDS, TERENCE. 35, 166. RIGDON, KARYN. 49, 166. ROI-IMER, MIKE. 5, 119, 129, 161. 166. RUIZ, KATHY. 46, 125, 166. RYAN, CLAIRE. 125, 166. SARRADET, KYLE. 70, 87, 133, 158, 164, 166. SCHADT, GREG. 35, 50, 87, 92, 98. 99, 112, 158, 166. SCHMIDT, SUZANNE. 59. 99, 166. SCHOPEN, MARIA. 166. SMITH, MARK. 2, 93, 159, 166. SMITH, TONY. 35, 49, 166. SOTO, MELBA. 61, 166. STEHLING, DUANE. 166. STICKLEY, ANGELA. 166. STIEETT, CHRIS. 34, 35, 49, 103, 6. STRALEY, MARIA. 6, 132, 127, 166. SURDEY, CAMILLE. 86, 166. THIBODEAUX, YOLANDA. 50, 167. TICE, LIZ. 98, 127, 132, 105, 167. TOMPKINS, MARK. 16, 71, 135. 158, 159, 167. TOTAH, JACK. 87, 112, 167. TREBILCOCK, JIM. 167. TYE, STEPHEN. 112, 167. VALENTINE, JOHN. 16, 25, 49, 2. 92, 93, 119, 120, 162, 167. VASQUEZ, RALPH. 6, 35, 46, 86. 85, 167. VECERA, ANNE. 49, 167. VETEIKIS, MARK. 112, 158, 167, 205. WALLACE, MICHAEL. 16, 92, 93. 106, 108, 128, 130, 112, 167. WALLACE, WlL'LWIN. 34, 35, 41, 167. WARD, DARRELL. 167. WILDE, DEBI. 167. WILLIAMS, DIONNE. 50, 167. WILSON, REGINALD. 50, 106, 108. 167. WILSON, ROZLIND. 50, 167. WOODWARD, SCOTT. 133, 167. WRZESINSKI, MIKE. 106, 108, 167. ZAMARRIPA, EDDIE. 46, 84, 106. 167. Not Pictured BROKER, SALLY. 34, 158. CHANDLER, DON. 112. COPEMAN, KRISTI. 113. FITZGERALD, NORA. 98. LONG, TOM. 2, 33, 53, 87, 130. 158. MCKONE, CHRIS. 48. TYCOLIZ, DAN. 136. Sophomores ABBOTT, KEVIN. 170. ABILEZ, ELVA. 46, 39, 125, 132. 170. ADAMS, CHERYL. 170. ADCOCK, KRISTI. 34, 170. ANDREWS, STEVE. 170. ANTHONY, CHRIS. 96, 109, 170. ARAUJO, BENNY. 170. ASHLEY, ROSS. 18, 126, 170, 205. ASHOUR, TITUS. 112, 170. BARBRICK, KAREN. 170. BARNHILL, PEGGY. 93. 170. BARRIGA, JOE. 92, 93, 170. BIELECKI, MARY. 49, 51, 170. BLACKNALL, MARY. 40, 58, 170. BOARD. A NTHONY. 119, 124, 170. BQISIZOLLA, ROD. 35, 175, 170, BOWDIEN, CI-IRIS. 170. BRADLEY. BRANCH. 170. BRISENO. BRITTON. BROKER. BROOKS. BROWN, KEVIN. 136, 170. SHERRY. 50, 58, 132. SYLVIA. 170. MARTHA. 169. SUE.34,113, 171. MICHAEL. 50, 171. BRENDA. 132, 171. BROWN, CYNDY. 51, 171. BURCHFIELD, JULIE. 171. BURDA, MIKE. 171. BUSCHMANN, ANNE. 47, 38, 51. 171. CAERO, STEVE. 136, 171. CALVILLO, JESSE. 109, 171. CANCEMI, DONNA. 171. CARMICHAEL, JAMES. 109, 112. 171. CARROLL, PAT. 128, 171. CASEY, MIKE. 51, 171. CHURCHMAN, GERALD. 109, 169. 171. CLARK, M ARY. 34, 127, 171. CLARK, PAT. 126, 171. CLOTHIER, MIKE. 112, 171. CORBETT, SHARON. 171. CORCORAN, CATHY. 47, 49, 51, 171. CORCORAN, NANCY. 37, 127, 132 171, 205. DAVIS, BRITTANIA. 35, 50, 171. DICK, JIMMY. 35, 171. DOLENZ, BRUCE. 171. DORSEY, VONNIE. 28, 125, 171. DOSKOCIL, KAREN. 171. DOSKOCIL, THERESA. 38, 51, 113. 171. DREW, TH AD. 172. DROLLINGER, JEAN. 137, 93, 172. DURAN, CARLOS. 109, 172. EICHER, J USTIN. 172. EPPSTEIN, CHERYL. 35, 137, 172. ERWIN, M ESTRADA, ESTRADA, ICHAEL. 172. DANIEL. 50, 109, 172. RICHARD. 34, 172. EVANS, BARBARA. 49, 51 172. FARRELLY, DICK. 37, 92, 93, 136. 172. FLANAGAN, MICHAEL. 18, 34, 41. 78, 79. 80, 172. FLORES, BECKY. 46, 172. FLORES, DIANNA. 34, 41, 46, 51. 172. FOSTER, KEVIN. 109, 172. FRIDAY, L EE. 114, 119, 163, 172. GARCIA, ANTHONY. 109, 171, 172 GILMORE, PAT. 47, 51, 172. GIRARDOT, DAN. 34, 35, 38, 60, 74, 75, 172. GOHEEN, LEO. 104, 106, 135, 130. 119, 172. GONZALES, DEBBIE. 172. GONZALES, MICHAEL. 35, 109, 172. GRAHAM, AVA. 34, 41, 168, 172. HALDEN, DIANE. 40, 49, 51, 81, 173. HALL, BETTY. 40, 173. HANDLER, DAVID. 94, 173. HARRIS, MICHAEL. 175, 40, 41. 173. HARRIS, RANDALL. 109, 173. HARSHAW, BETH. 58, 173. HEBERT, MIKE. 35, 175, 173. HEFEIZANDEZ, VANESSA. 46, 85, HILER, STEPHANIE. 173. HOOD, LIZ. 137, 173. HORAN, LUCY. 49, 50, 173. HUIZAR, BECKY. 173. I-IURD, RE YNALDO. 40, 46, 173. JACOBI, MARY JANE. 173. JOHNSON, ANGELA. 50, 173. JOII-INSON, JIM. 119, 120, 126, 3. JOHNSON, KERRY. 93, 109, 173. JOHNSON, MELVA. 50, 173. JOHNSTON, JERRY. 172, 173. JOHNSTON, PERRY. 173, 172. KELLY, MELVIN. 50, 109, 119. KNIPPEL, PAUL. 94, 173, 205. LACHANCE, SCOTT. 34, 35, 70, 103, 174. INDEX 207 189, 191. LANGSTON, STARLA. 113, 174. 175. LA RUE, GUADALUPE. 49, 81, 174. LESINSKI, DEBBIE. 174. LINCOLN, CHARLES. 50, 114, 174. LONG, TIM. 126, 128, 129, 174. LOOMIS, DAVE. 128, 174. LOWERY, JOHN. 40, 174. LOWES, JEFF. 174. MANZULLO, ELLEN. 41, 174, 205. MARAZZI, TINA. 174. MARTIN, JOE. 112, 136, 174. MAULSBY, CINDY. 82, 174, 175. MAY, ALAN. 174, 175. MCDEVITT, DONALD. 119, 174. MCDONALD, KELLY. 174. MCGINNIS, MATT. 41, 80, 92, 93. 119, 174. MCWILLIAMS. 109, 174. MEZA, ADRIANA. 33, 46, 174. MICULKA, ANTHONY. 106, 109. 128, 174. MORENO, SYLVIA. 84, 174. MULQUEEN, ROBBIE. 53, 175. NELSON, MARK. 106, 108, 128. 168, 175. NEWHOUSE, RICHARD. 175. NIESWIADOMY, VINCE. 114, 135. 205, 175. NIPP, JANE. 34, 175. O'LEARY, LOURI. 58, 84, 132, 175. OLSON, MIKE. 175. O'NEIL, JIM. 175. ORONA, VALERIE. 175. ORTIZ, CYNTHIA. 175. O'TOOLE, RICHARD. 40, 175. OTTO, DAVID. 109, 175. OWENS, MELINDA. 81, 175. PAPAN, CONNIE. 82, 175. PAQUETTE, DANA. 119, 175. PEMBERTON, ANNE. 175. PERF7, ROBERT. 175. PETE SON, FORREST. 109, 175. PETR CCHI, MARK. 93, 96.41. 136 175. PHILL 'S, JANET. 175. PORTC, PATRICIA. 175. RAY, TONY. 106, 173, 175. REGALBUTO, DAVID. 41, 93, 176. REYMUNDO, ANA. 28, 81, 176. REYMUNDO, GABY. 46, 168, 176. RICE, CAROLINE. 49, 81, 176. RICHARDS, ROLINDA. 50, 103, 176 ROEHL, RICHARD. 119, 120, 176. ROMAKER, LINDA. 35, 36, 51, 176. ROSAS, BEATRICE. 34, 176. RUCKER, ZEE. 176. SHADOWENS, MARK. 34. 34, 79, 41, 176. SHORE, MARCIE. 132, 176. SIMEROTH, PERRY. 176. SODEK, LORRIEDEL. 176. SPIKES, MYRTLE. 40, 176. STEELE, BRYAN. 136, 176. STEVENS, CRAIG. 109, 176. STEVENS, JULIE. 47, 176. SWIHART, TIM. 26, 168, 176. TALLAS, THERESA. 176. TARVER, LYNN. 176. TERRAZAS, ALMA. 176. THANH, TA THI. 176. THORNTON, HILAIRE. 50, 176. TIMBERLAKE, SUZANNE. 34, 58, 92, 169, 177. TISBY, MICHIKO. 109, 177. TORRES, PATRICIA. 122, 123, 137, 177. TURBEVILLE, NICOLE. 177. VALENCIANO, DIANE. 40, 46, 84. 177. VELASQUEZ, LIZ. 177. VVANGLER, RAYMOND. 40, 49, 177. WARD, MARY. 47, I77. WATSON, MARLA. 28, 137, 177. WATTS, THELIVIA. 177. WHITFILL, CHARLENE. 177. WHITTEN, MAUDIE. 169, 177, 205. WILLIAMS, DAVID. 5, 106, 135, 158. 177. WILSON, KEITH. 50, 119, 177. WILSON, REGINA. 35, 50, 58, 132. 177. WING, FRANCES. 93, 122, 123. 124,136,137,177. WOOD, STEVEN. 22, 23, 177. WOOD, SUSAN. 177. WOOLRIDGE, KEITH. 109, 177. WRZESINSKI, SIMON. 177. Not Pictured MARTIN, DAN. 104, 112, 136, 137. DAVIS, JUAN. 84. 208 INDEX FITZGERALD, JUDY. 51. STICKLEY, ANITA. 122. Freshmen ADAMS, JOHN 50, 121, 180, 185. ALBRECHT, ANNETTE. 179, 180. ANCELIN, BRIAN. 112, 180. ANDRE, CHIP. 180. ARAGON, NOEL. 46, 180. ASHOUR, KATY. 125, 180. ATKINS, KATHY. 180. BALAZIK, LEROYCE. 180. BARRIGA, MICHAEL. 92, 93, 180. BEELMAN, RALPH. 48, 180. BELTRAN, ROSEMARY. 180. BENAVIDES, BRIAN. 126, 128, 205, 180. BILARDI, JAMES. 121, 131, 180. BRIDGES, MARY ANNE. 56, 180. BRISCOE, EDWARD. 180. BRITTON, LINDA. 180. BROYLES, TOM. 180. BRZOWSKI. 110, 180. BURDETTE, KELLI. 180. BYRNE, JAMES. 180. CABAL, JOHN. 43, 180. CAESAR, MARIE. 181. CAGIGAL, HENRY. 110, 121, 181. CALVIN, MARY. 47, 49, 181. CANNADY, RICHARD. 136, 181. CANNON, CHARLES. 40, 181. CASTRO, SANDY. 181. CHEEKS, MARQUETTA. 50, 181. CLARK, DONYELL. 50, 181. COLLISON, STUART. 110, 181. CONLIN, VIRGINIA. 56, 181. CORNEHLS, PAULA. 46, 84, 85. 113,125,181. CROSTWAIT, LORETTA. 21, 181. CRUZ, LETICIA. 34, 181. DIAZ, LUIS. 181. DOLENZ, BRENDA. 181. DONAGHUE, PAT. 48, 181. DONOHUE, DEE DEE. 41, 56, 181. DONOHUE, SEAN. 48, 135. 181. DORRIS, JACKIE. 57, 181. DOSKOCIL, CYNTHIA. 181. DOYLE, LORI. 181. DOYLE, LORIE. 181. DUNN, MISSY. 49, 181. EICHER, JODY. 181. EIERDAM, TONY. 110, 121, 135, 181. ELSKEN, DANA. 53, 187, 181. FAIRCHILD, JOHN. 21, 136, 181. FARAIZL, WILLIAM. 27, 181. FISHER, LAURA. 20, 22, 181. FISHER, LORI. 179, 181. FLORES, DANNY. 179, 178, 180. 182,110,121. FLORES, MICHAEL. 182. FORD, DENISE. 182. FREEMAN, LISA. 57, 178, 182. FUHRMAN, TINA. 182. GARCIA, GEORGE. 48, 182. GARCIA, RAYMOND. 182. GASSER, SCOTT. 48, 110. GATES, LISA. 182. GILLEN, SEAN. 182. GILMORE, RALPH. 110, 121, 182. GODLEY, CATHY. 182. GOHEEN, MARY ANN. 37, 137, 182. GONZALES, BELINDA. 57, 179, 180. GONZALEZ, CHRISTINE. 182. GONZALEZ, DEBBIE. 182. GONZALEZ, JOE. 179, 182. GONZALEZ, TINA. 182, 46, 56, 6. GRAVES, CINDY. 182. GREEN, ALAN. 182. GRIFFIN, CATHY. 182. GUDE, STEVE. 183. GUINN, JAMIE. 183. GUTHRIE, GABRIELLE. 57, 183. GWOZDZ, EUGENE. 34, 41, 183. 205. HAJEK, GREG. 48, 183. HALLIBURTON, KATHY. 183. HAY, LEE. 48, 183. HAYES, FRANCIE. 40, 205, 183. HERNANDEZ, PHILIP. 183. HILL, ALYCE. 183. HINZ, GINA. 183. HOLLAND, VICKI. 183. HUGHES, ROBIN. 124, 183. HUIZAR, CAROLYN. 183. HUNNICUTT, BARBARA. 56, 183. JACKSON, ANTHONY. 110, 183. JONES, JOHN. 110, 121. KACHNIK, ROBERT. 183. KEASLER, JOE. 9, 48, 183. KENNEDY, KIM. 46, 57, 85, 183. KEOUGHAN, KRISTY. 183. KLEIN, MARIA. 183, 205. KNOX, THERESA. 183. KOPP, CHRIS. 183. KOSAREK, STEVE. 183. LACHANCE, RICK. 19, 27, 34, 41, 183. LALLY, ANN. 184. LANGSTON, DARLA. 34, 132, 179. LONG, MELISSA. 34, 37, 127, 132. 104, 184. LOVELACE, TOM. 184. LUBRANO, PHILIP. 112, 184. MABRY, LORI. 184. MacDONALD, DEBORAH. 80, 184. MALDINO, JOHN. 184, 186. MAIQCZNEY, LAURA. 34, 45, 41, 80. MANRY, LISA. 137, 184. MARTINEZ, TIM. 41, 46, 30, 49. 184. MCCARLEY, KENT. 184. MCCLELLAN, IRENE. 184. MCCORMACK, DON. 184. MCDEVITT, KEVIN. 184. MCGARRY, CHARLOTTE. 47, 49, 184. MCKENDRY, ANNA MARIE. 47, 49. 184. MCKONE, LISA. 184. MCLEAN, KATHY. 34, 113, 184. MELANSON, MARK. 126, 184. MERCADO, MICHAEL. 35, 182, 184. MILLER, CINDY. 49, 184. MITCHELL, WARREN. 121, 184. 185. MOORE, RUSTY. 48, 110, 184. MOORE, STEVE. 185. MORRIS, TERI. 185. MULQUEEN, CAROL. 185. MUTH, PATTY. 185. NANCE, DEBBIE. 185. NETEK, JERRY. 30, 126, 131, 129. 128, 128, 185. NEUMANN, LENNY. 48, 185. NEWHOUSE, ROBERT. 41, 103. 185. NICHOLS, LANCE. 30, 178, 185. ORNELAS, BOBBY. 185. O'TOOLE, DEANA. 48, 185. PANNELL, MARY. 185. PAQUETTE, SHARON. 185. PARKER, SUSY. 37, 185. PAYTON, ANDY. 84, 185, 205. PEDROZA, ESMIE. 185. PENNYCUFF, BILL. 109, 110, 121. PITT, CARRIE, 185. RAMIREZ, PHIL. 110, 185. REA, BECKY. 185. REA, PATTY. 21, 185. REAGAN, JAMEY. 48, 84, 110, 111, 121,131,178,179. REED, BECKY. 34, 113, 205, 185. RICHARDS, DAVID. 121, 133, 185. RICHARDS, ROCHELLE. 34, 50, 56. 186. ROMAKER, DIANE. 113, 186. ROUNDTREE, KAREN. 186. RUTHERFORD, CARRIE. 57, 186. SANCHEZ, JOE. 186. SANCHEZ, RICHARD. 186. SARRADET, KAREN. 21, 186. SAUL, THERESA. 183, 186. SCHMIDT, JEFF. 27, 48, 105, 111. 11O,131,186. SCHMITZ, EDITH. 186. SCHOPEN, SHELAGH, 125, 186. SCHUMACHER, KATHY. 21, 186. SCHWARTZ, KATHY. 186. SHELTON, CHRIS. 186. SHIRO, CINDY. 186. SHORE, SUSAN. 132, 186. STEVENS, JEFF. 186. STIDHAM, JEANETTE. 50, 186. STRITTMATTER, THERESA. 186. SUAREZ, MIKE. 136, 186. TERROVONA, MELISSA. 22, 34, 103, 186. THOMAS, PATRICE. 50, 124, 132, 186. THOMPSON, MELISSA KAY. 186. TICE, RICKY. 110, 186. TIERNEY, TIMOTHY. 110, 186. TOMANEK, BECKY. 113, 186. TREVINO, MICHAEL. 187. USREY, ANNA. 187. VANCE, RANDY. 34, 187. VECERA, JIMMY. 187. VELASQUEZ, JOE. 136, 187. VELASQUEZ, PAULINE. 187. VETEKIS, CURT. 112, 187. WARD, ANGIE. 187. WESLEY, RENEE. 187. WHITTEN, MARY. 34, 187. WILLIAMS, GWEN. 50, 187, 205. WILLIAMS, LISA. 50, 187. WILLIAMS, SCOTT. 185, 187. WILSON, KEVIN. 110, 121, 187. WOOD, BRENNAN. 187. WRIGHT, MARTY. 48, 110, 187. YATES, DAVID. 103, 121, 187. ZAMORA, LUPE. 187. Not Pictured BRZOWSKI. BUDDY. 106. KAVANAUGH, JOE. 110. Junior High AQUIRRE, CYNTHIA. 34, 138, 191. BISHOP, FRED. 138, 139, 189, 188 191. BOURLAND, DIANE. 188, 93, 138. 191. 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