Ursuline Academy - Traces Yearbook (San Antonio, TX)
- Class of 1979
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URS ULINE A CADEM Y
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Table of Contents
Faculty .... 8
Classes ..... 22
Freshmen ..... 24
Juniors ....... .... 4 4
Sports ......... .... 5 4
Activities .... .... 6 4
Seniors .... .... 8 6
Ads ...... .... 1 17
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Mrs. Elvira Ayala
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In our world where science opposes the bible, the teachers
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C' e' Cummings ' ' ' Frost ' ' ' Shakespeare ' - - Mrs. Marilyn Harris English III, IV, Advanced Compositi
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Sr. Vicki York O. S. U. English I, II, IV Mrs. Sue Caspers English I, II
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Mrs. Velma Latronico Basic Algebra, Algebra I, Advanced Algebra
Sr. Kathleen Barnes O, S. U. Trigonometry, Basic Geometry, Sr. Winnie Dillon C. S. B. Algebra II, Advanced Algebra II, Basic
Geometry Algebra II, Geometry, Basic Geometry
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Spanish I, Il, IILIV
Spanish I, II
Susan Chevalier Spanish I
French I, II, III
Mrs. Jan Angel, Art I, II, Fine Arts
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A Saturday Night Biology Class! Why don't we have them more often?
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Michele Galindo Julie Gonzalez Elizabeth Guemes Suzanne Gutting Holly Harrington
Monica Hildebrand Cynthia Ivey Debbie Jackson UP against the Wall ' I ,
The fearless leader of the frosh and company!
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Anabela Lacayo Patty Lifldeman
Gloria Luna Becky is the only non-cynic!
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Dana Menck Yvette Mendoza
Hazel Ortegon Mary O'Shea
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Ooh! It's squishy! Look, that's a senior
Induction ceremony one minute . . . unceremonious the next.
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CLASS NAME: Eagles
CLASS COLORS: Blue 84
CLASS MOTTO: Today is the
first day of the rest of our
Madeline Davila Tricia Lux Mary Jo Morris Julie Petro
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The Fonz and chicks.
Theresa Alvarez We're all number one, except?
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We really are number one!
Eloff Linda Folks Gloria Fuentes
Devor If humans were meant to study, wouldn't they have been given brains?
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Occasionally sophs look good.
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The killer instinct.
Luce We finally got it right!
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When Carol zapped Christmas pig tail . . .
Tondre Carol Zaldivar
1 Trevino Mary Jo, you're signing up for Illinois! Sonia Zatarain
Turner Did I really hear what I heard? Sarah ROSS
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Margaret DxStephano-Rep Laney Kendall V1ce Pres1dent V I-I d
Kar n Laake Rep Shan Rlojas-Sec Treas Martha Meurer-Rep.
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Junior year Boy, have you got it made' Old enough to do the things
only your mother could do ten years ago, but still too young to worry
about next month s rent Is time running out'7 High School wise, yes.
Taking the ACT and the SAT and receiving Senior rings are both signs
of this, but we ve st1ll got plenty of time to decide which direction tc
Kathy Adams Carol Alarcon '
Maurie Calhoun Patricia Camacho
Laurie Clifford Mary Cotton
Denise Flieller Carol Foltz
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Bassmger Tracy Bergstrom Karen Boeke
The Roller Derby queens of U. A. Frances Boteuo
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Carol Heye Lisa Horney
Tina Lucus Annette Mahan
Valerie Menard Joanne Mendicmo
Dating Game contestants.
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Laney Kendall Laura Kothmann
Evelyn Martinez Jackie Martinez
Margo Moreno Laura Morris
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Car0l Ryan Becky Ruhnke
Susan SantaCruz Beth Strauss
Karen listens attentlvely while Tina s body guard keeps a watchful eye.
Liza Schroeder Lory Smothers Sally Snavely
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Varsity team: Laney Kendall, Martha Muerer, Sheri Riojas, Karen
Laake, Gina Garcia, Connie White, Sherri Crossen, Geri Squilla, Lisa
Armstrong, Diana Philips.
56 The team talks about its next move.
Jr. Varsity: Roxanne Mery, Chery Wroten, .Ioan Mendicino, Bet
Garza, Dottie Sobrino, Lourdes Addicks, Gigi Addicks, Lisa
Lettie Bernal, Yvonne Alvarado, Teresa Sanchez.
poses for a
Team: Katliy O'Shea, Donna Meyer, Carol Ryan, Cecilia Jr. Varsity: Yvonne Galindo, Elva Gonzales, Dottie Sobrino, Karen
Anita Trevino, Sandy Whitely, Laura Mahan, Judy Appelt, Wroten, Courtney Lawrence, Loretta Laake, Monica Spana,
Laake. Rosalinda Guerra, Melinda Casarez, Patti Lindeman, Lisa Crane.
Cecilia captures the ball from the Royals. Two of the stars of the team.
The Rebels talk abgul their next move. The giI'1S take time off for good behavior.
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The Track Team: Won the Knights of Columbus meet, won Dil.ley Invitational, won the District 3AAA meet, set five district records, and
eleven new school records out of a possible fourteen. Placed 2nd in Carrizo Springs Meet and 2nd in State 3AAA division!
Carmen Vara, Laura Hatzenbuerer, Nanny Montana, Keri Wagner, Dianne Pozzi, Jo Beddingfield, Connie White, Sherri Crossen, Coach Greg
Keri shows how not to serve. The team shows its Rebel spirit.
No Carmen, don't swat at flies, hit the ball! Nanny models the latest tennis Get that ball Connie!
Anita Trevino slides to safety, Rebel style. Oh my God I hit the coach! "Dippy Meyer" takes a chew before a big
60 Courtney gives the smile of victory. Sherri waits to slam a pitch or "pitcher." Connie Waits for the nninirefs deciding can as
Sarah whittles a finger.
. A. SPORTS BA QUET
Judy Appelt introduces guest speaker Dr. Whitley.
Proud trophy winners pose for a picture Laura Mahon
Sandy Whitley, Carol Ryan and Kathy O'shea
valuable softball player Anita Rebel award winner, Kathy O'shea, 1979 Outstand- Connie White, most valuable player in both
0 gives a gratifying grin. ing Athlete. tennis and volleyball adds her trophies to the
district in softball, Laura Kothmann along with Judy and Donna Sr. Marianne and Coach Gonzales show the Tex. athlete
just one of the many trophies won this year. award given to U. A. for its outstanding Athletic
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President: Marie Carrillo
Vice-Pres.: Laura Hatzenbueh
Secretary: Sylvia Casarez
Treasurer: Sandra Cortez
Reporter: Nanny Montana
Historian: Jessica Gonzalez
Sponsors: Carmen Seller
Mexico Tri p
French C ub
President: Marlene Mendicino
lst Vice-Pres.: Lourdes Gonzalez
2nd Vice-Pres.: Carlene Oliver
Secretary: Beth Strauss
Sponsor: Susan Chevalier
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The National Honor Society
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President: Gina Kelly, Vice-president: Suzan Meskill, Secretary: Lucille Masters, Treasurer: Kristi Maisel, Moderator: Carolyn Cutaia. Very
special students with not only high grades but high recommendation from faculty and peers.
Sister Euphrasia Carey, O. S. U.
e European Trekkers
The L1'b.ra1'y Club
Unfortunately the Library Club picture did not come
out. The club sponsors a Book Fair each year and in
general helps to keep the library in good shape.
Sister Euphrasia, our long standing librarian, leaves
us this year and we will miss her very much. She has
always maintained high standards for the U. A. Library
and made it a pleasant oasis in the school.
year Ursuline sponsors a trip to Europe. Gina, Lucy and Laura were among the lucky ones the summer
'78. Some boys came from California and Jim Mahan came along with Laura. The group covered nine countries
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You should have seen the guy from Baylor!
Ursuline held its 3rd annual college day on Nov. 2.
This day is organized by Sr. Peggy Busby in order to
allow the juniors and seniors, as well as the other high
schools in San Antonio, a chance to talk with
representatives from colleges and universities. Approx-
imately eighty different colleges were represented.
Aside from the local colleges, about twelve colleges
came from out of state, and the rest of them from
Representatives from prestigious names like Yale,
Harvard, and Princeton were here as well. Students from
S. A. high schools say they really appreciate Ursuline's
Mary and Martha rest between visits.
Sophomores were assigned to help the Reps
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J 0 URNALISM
Davis, Mary Adams, Karen McGrath, Mary I've done my work! Who wants this story?
Blanca Garcia, Jackie Abundis, Narda
Nanny Montana, Virginia Hardy, Liz
Delia Martinez, Lisa Armstrong.
Restmg after the paper was printed In our new red sweaters
Could you hand me that?
Laying out an issue is fun! Our Moderator, Maggie Hardy
President Jessica Gonzales,
Vice Pres. Nanny Montana,
Sec. Treasurer Lisa Trim-
ble, Program Manager Ro-
The Student Council plays a very important job in the school '
they are the voice of the student body. This year's members really
a great job by sponsoring so many activities which gave the girls a
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Slave Day has been a tradition at Ursuline for many years. On
this day, the Seniors are each assigned to a Freshman and make
these fish their slaves. No Senior would ever pass up this
opportunity and for the Freshman it is part of their initiation into
the Ursuline family. This event will remain a tradition for many
years. This day is so widely known that every year the News People
from KENS TV come over to televise it.
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Robert Cortner who spoke to the group on
proud of their daughters.
Could we have a bigger smile please? Come on dad, it will be O. K., once the dessert comes.
Mr. Laake, proud of his two girls at Ursuline this year. F10 came back with Dad just for Delia-
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Diane Pozzie Linda Stuart
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Jackie was a member of the Varsity Club, Spanish and Journalism Club. She
was a basketball trainer. During her last year, Jackie looked forward to
graduation night. Memories will be left behind and new ones will be made.
Mary joined the Ursuline family in her senior year. She was in Pan-American
Student Forum, Junior Executive Council and Journalism. Mary will be
Claudie is a foreign student. She seemed to like Ursuline. She "somewhat can
understand English pretty good." She is very excited to graduate with the
senior class. When the Nicaraguan troubles are over Claudie will return home.
Judy is one of our fine stars, Track, Varsity Club, Basketball, NHS. softball,
Varsity Club President, Jogging, Track captain. As you can see she likes what she
is doing and is liked very much by her classmates, UTSA ig the gclmol She will
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Lisa brought life to U. A. with her humor and jokes. She was a member of the
Varsity Club three years and played Varsity Volleyball. Lisa was an Antonian
cheerleader her sophomore year and now plans to attend STSU.
Jo was an artistic senior. She was named i'Most Creative of Seniorsw in art.
Jo also received an award in religion for outstanding work at Sunshine Cottage
where she worked with deaf children. She helped out with those suffering from
cerebral palsy, and managed to play tennis, join the Bleacher Bums, make NHS,
Whois Who and get the English and Geometry awards. Jo was a member of the
Science and Mission Club her freshman year while serving as Vice President of
her class. She now plans to major in art education at STSU.
Maria served as Secretary Treasurer, and Vice President ofthe Mission Club in
her four year membership. Her freshman year she was in Band and was President
of the Spanish Club her junior and senior years. She was in NHS three years and
was in Whois Who. Marie plans to go to U. T. in Austin.
Sylvia was in the Spanish Club two years and plans to attend Texas Women's
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Elizabeth Cavasos 6'Liz,'
Liz was a member ofthe Mission Club for four years Where she served as
historian her sophomore year and President both her junior and senior year.
She was in Band her freshman and sophomore years and was Band Majorette
her junior year. She was active in the Spanish Club her junior and senior
years and was also a member of NHS for three years. Herjunior year she was
a tinalist in the Miss National Teenager Pageant. Liz will be attending Trinity
University this fall.
Sandra was an active member of the Spanish Club for two years where
she served as club Treasurer, She plans to go to U. T. S. A. this fall.
Danny was in journalism her junior year where she was reporter for the
Reveille. She: attended Marshall later her junior year. She was an advisory rep.
and had a great graduation party after returning to U. A. her senior year.
Janine came to Ursuline her junior year from South Africa with a beautiful
English accent. She was in track junior year and NHS her senior year. She
plans to travel to South Africa and then after a year attend college here in
San dra Cortez
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Ana came to U. A. her sophomore year from Holmes where she was active
in swimming. She was awarded several medals for outstanding achievement in
swimming. She played tennis both her sophomore and junior years. She plans
to major in education at St. Maryls University.
Monique joined Ursuline her Senior year after attending several out of state
schools. Her freshman year she studied in Mexico and in Puerto Rico her
sophomore year. In her junior year she was in the Bridge Club and French
Club in Belmont, Calif. At Ursuline her Senior year she was in Choral, the
Mission Club, Spanish Club, French Club, and NHS. She plans to attend
Trinity University this fall.
Dottie was in the Youth Club her freshman, sophomore, andjunior years.
She will study law enforcement at Sam Houston State University.
Christina was a member of the Antonian pep squad her freshman year.
She became Cheerleader for Anfonian her sophomore year. She plans to go to
Trinity University or Southwest.
Gloria Christina Estrada '6Estrada',
Leticia Flores "Lots',
Leticia was in Antonian's pep squad her freshman year. She also played
tennis both her freshman and sophomore years. She enjoyed taking jazz
dancing her junior year along with being a member of the Spanish Club for
two years. She will be attending St. Mary's University this fall to major in
Maria came to Ursuline her sophomore year after attending Holmes. She
Was in the French Club her sophomore year and in the Spanish Club both
junior and senior years. After graduation she plans to go to SAC to major in
Tracy was an advisory rep. her junior year. She made second honor roll
her junior year and first honor roll her senior year. Tracy will attend STSU
Blanca served as basketball manager her sophomore year. In her junior
year she was elected President of the Junior Class. She was also in Who's
Who and in her senior year was in Choral, the Mission Club, Editor of the
Reveille, and parliamentarian of the Spanish Club. Blanca will attend U. T.
S. A. after graduation.
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Denise Garza Belushj
Theresa was in the Glce Club her freshman year Where she served as Secre-
tary. She has received several awards for outstanding achievement in Choral
including the Modern Music Masters Award. She plans to get married July
Denise came to U. A. her junior year from San Antonio Academy. She was
very active in the drama productions Godspell and Carnival. She was in the
Drama Club junior and senior years. She plans to go to SAC and major in
Desiree came to U. A. her freshman year and as a sophomore left to the
Dominican Republic. She returned her junior year where she joined the
Drama Club and served as a class rep. In her senior year she helped outwith
the Renaissance Dinner. She now plans to attend college in Texas.
Jessica was an active member in Student Council for four years. She was
class rep. her freshman year and Duchess of the Winter Frolic. Sophomore
year she was once again class rep. and then served as Secretary Treasurer of
Student Council her junior year. She organized the Spanish Club and served
as Historian her senior year. Also her senior year she was an active Bleacher
Bum along with being President of the Student Council. She will be attending
SAC and will major in Business.
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Denise was a member of the Library Club both her sophomore and
junior year. She received an award in fine arts her freshman year and
her senior year looked forward to a happy graduation with fond memories
of Ursuline. Denise will be studying business administration at U. T.
S. A. this fall.
Laura was active in school and out of school. She enjoyed art and
working with children. On her spare time she could be found "kicker"
dancing with friends. Her junior year she played J. V. tennis and helped
out a great deal with dances. Senior year for Laura was great, she was
Vice President of the Spanish Club, and played tennis. Laura helped
out Student Council even though not in it. Named "unsung hero" by
the Student Council she plans to get married and hopefully have eight
Sylvia was in Antonian's Pep Squad her freshman year. Her sophomore
year she joined Choral and received an award. She was Secretary of
the Spanish Club her junior year and also played tennis. Senior year
Sylvia was in the Science Club, Spanish Club, and made Century Club.
She now plans to attend U. T. S. A. this fall.
Jeannie plans to get married and enjoy life, after studies in Biology
at U. T. S. A. Jeannie was a member of NHS senior year.
"Jeannie" Jeannie Hillner
"Kid" Gina Kelly
Donna brought laughter to Ursuline with her familiar giggle. She was
an active member of the Drama Club and attended many speech
tournaments her freshman and sophomore year. In her junior year she
helped out a great deal with the Prom. She was also an advisory rep.
and President of the A. F. S. Club. Senior year, Donna was in Choral,
tennis, and an active Bleacher Bum. After a year of travel to South Africa
she plans to attend STSU. A
Gina was a member of the Mission Club her freshman year and in
the Science Club and Drama Club her sophomore year. She was a
member of NHS for three years and became President of NHS her senior
year. She was an Art student and did volunteer work at Colonial Farms.
She now plans to attend Trinity or U. T. S. A.
Marsha was a class rep. her sophomore year while she was a member
of the Science Club, Varsity Club and Track Manager. In her junior
year she was in NHS and senior year played tennis and again made
NHS. She will study at Southwest after graduation.
Rosanne attended Ursuline all four years and was in Speech and
Drama freshman year, Varsity Club and Track sophomore year and in
her junior and senior year worked at Sears.
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Laura Mahan Kristi Maisel "Kristi"
Laura was involved in many things. She was on the Basketball team,
and Track team. She received many awards for sports as well as many college
scholarships. Laura was Valedictorian of her senior class. She will be
attending UT in Austin to study engineering on scholarship.
Kristi was in the Choral for four years. She was very active in Student
Council for two years at Ursuline. Kristi will attend Trinity.
Delia played volleyball for two years. She was also in Spanish Club and
3 Journalism. Delia plans to attend SAC.
Grace was a member of His Brothers Children at Central for four years.
"Laura" Grace has taken part in the trips that this group takes every summer to
Europe. Sophomore year she toured Russia and Romania. This summer she
will be going to Hungary and Czechoslovakia. Grace plans to attend college.
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"Lu" Lucille Masters
Narda took part in the Science Club, Spanish Club, and Mission Club.
She also made the Century Club a couple of years. Narda was in
journalism and also the Bleacher Bums. She was chosen for Who's Who.
Narda was also busy working at Handy Andy and the Community
Hospital. She will attend Southwest.
Lucy was very busy her years at Ursuline. She was in the Mission
Club, Science Club, Student Council, Honor Roll, and Journalism for
a year. She was also very active as Cheerleader for Antonian for all
four years. She worked at Colonial Farms as a volunteer. She will attend
UT in Austin.
Karen rode a horse around the school grounds for the Renaissance
Dinner her sophomore year. Her senior year she was also very active
in Journalism. She will attend SAC in the fall.
Debbie was in Choral for four years. She was also active in the Spanish
Club and Mission Club. Debbie worked at the Jewish Community Center
after school. Debbie will attend UTSA this coming fall.
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Anna attended Ursuline four years and was a member ofthe Spanish Clul
both her freshman and sophomore years. She plans to go to college sometime
Julie was a shy member ofthe senior class. She was a member of tha
Mission Club and Library Club, and plans to attend UTSA after high school.
Marlene was a member of the Antonian Pep Squad her freshman year
served as vice president of the sophomore class and made NHS. During
junior year, she was Treasurer of NHS and made Century Club. Senior 1
she was President of both the Science and French Clubs. She played soft
for U. A. and was named All-District. She was a class rep. and Worked as
volunteer helping the victims of cerebral palsy. Marlene will attend U. T.
Austin this fall.
Suzanne was an advisory rep. her freshman year and a member of
Science Club. Sophomore year she was elected secretary treasurer of the cl
In her junior year she started Work at Wendy,s and despite her job made N
She was a member of the French Club and Tennis Team at Ursuline and pl
to continue her studies at U. T. in Austin.
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Donna Meyer "Donna Duck"
Donna was in the Mission Club her Freshman year and received a math
award. In her Sophomore year she was a member of the Science Club and
Youth Club. Junior year Donna was Mission Day Princess and a member of
the J. V. Basketball team. She was in track and Varsity Club junior and senior
years and manager of both softball and track teams senior year. She was a
Bleacher Bum and Varsity basketball player senior year and now plans to go
to Our Lady of the Lake.
Cecilia was a member of the track team all four years at U. A. along with
being a member of the Varsity Club. She was a basketball player sophomore
through senior year. She was in NHS and in her senior year was president of
the Varsity Club and Captain of both the Basketball and Track Teams. She
plans to attend U. T. in Austin this fall.
Nanny came to U. A. her sophomore year from Jefferson where she was a
member of the Historian, Science, and NHS clubs. During her sophomore
year she was a member of the Science Club and Sophomore Princess of the
Winter Frolic. Junior year she was elected Secretary Treasurer of the Junior
Class. She was a Spanish Club member her junior year and' served as the Club
Reporter her senior year. She has performed in many drama productions such
as the Renaissance Dinner Theatre, Christmas plays, and Spring Musicals both
junior and senior years. She was elected Vice-President of Student Council,
President of Drama Club, and was President and founder of the Bleacher
Bums senior year along with being a reporter for Reveille and a member of
the yearbook staff. She was elected to Whois Who both Junior and Senior
years. She plans to major in Radio T. V. film and editing at SAC and then
U. T. in Austin.
Cheryl was in the Antonian Pep Squad her freshman year. She was also a
member of the Century Club both freshman and sophomore years. During her
sophomore year she was a member of the A. F. S. club and NHS, along with
being a member of the Track Team. Junior year she was in Whois Who. Senior
year she was Vice-President of the Trig. Club and in NHS and Whois Who. She
will be attending Baylor this fall.
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Christine was in NHS all four years at Ursuline. In her freshman year
she was in the Yearbook Club and during her sophomore year she was
a member of the Science Club. Junior year Christine was president of
the AFS Club and was also in the Spanish Club. She has received a
number of scholarships such as the President's Award from Trinity. She
was a semi-finalist for the Minnie Piper Steven's scholarship and a winner
of the Bell Telephone Company Science Recognition Merit Award.
Christine wound up her senior year as a member of Who's Who and
finally Salutatorian of the class of 79. She will be attending the college
of her dreams, Notre Dame, home of the fighting Irish.
Cathy was a fencer during her freshman and sophomore year. She
helped out with class functions and was on the Prom committee. In her
senior year she received the Spanish Award and now plans to go to
Kathy was a member of the U. A. Tennis Team, Track, and Basketball
Team all four years at Ursuline. Junior year she made Century Club
and was a member of the Spanish Club. As a senior she was on Joskels
Teen Board and managed to help the deaf at Sunshine Cottage. Kathy
received the Rebel award for most outstanding athlete at Ursuline. She'll
be attending U. T. in Austin this Fall.
Michelle enjoyed dancing during her spare time. She was on the Prom
committee for U. A. and Duchess of Antonian's Prom her junior year.
She will be attending the UTSA health center after a trip to Europe
Michelle Pack "Pack Attack"
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Cindy was in the Century Club all four years at Ursuline. In her junior
year she was a member ofthe Youth Club at St. Gregoryas Church and was in
Who's Who, She was also in the Spanish Club both her junior and senior year.
Cindy will be attending Schreiner College this fall, to major in Business.
Laura was a member of the mission and library club and was also active
in singing for masses. She now plans to attend college after graduation.
Debbie came to Ursuline all four years. She livened up the art room with
her talent. After graduation she plans to study at U. T. S. A.
Diane was an active member of the Science Club for four years at U. A.
She was in the Spanish Club her junior and senioryears and was also a mem-
ber of the Tennis Team and Varsity Club. She was elected advisory rep. her
senior year while she was also a devoted Bleacher Bum. Diane was named
Senior Princess of the Winter Frolic and is now planning to attend U. T. S. A.
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Rhoda Quintana "Pierre" Catherine Ramirez
Rhoda came to Ursuline in her junior year. She attended Jazz
piano, and exercise classes. She will continue her studies a
Catherine came to Ursuline in her junior year. She enjoyed art an
music. Cathy plans to study at UTSA.
Isabel was in the Antonian-Ursuline Band four years. Her senic
year she was President of the Band Club. Izzy will attend Our l
Of the Lake on a scholarship.
Liz Rapier attended Ursuline in Dallas before coming to
Antonio. There she played Basketball and Softball. In her junior
here at Ursuline she played softball and was in the Varsity Club.
I will be leaving home to attend college in San Marcos
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Robin attended Ursuline all four years. She excelled in her art work.
Rob played tennis her freshman year. She will go on to study at
Gerry was in choral all of her four years. She took art her senior year.
Gerry was in Drama Club and also appeared in the "Passion Play" at
Easter at the Theatre of the Performing Arts. Ger will go to
Lori was in the Spanish Club, Choral, and Pep Squad. She was also
in the Mission Club. Lori left Ursuline to move to South America, yet
she returned to graduate from Ursuline. She will go to UTSA.
Mary attended Ursuline for four years. She was in the Mission Club,
Spanish Club, and Who's Who. Mary will attend Texas A8cM. Shelll
always be an Aggie.
Mary Segovia "Mar"
Martha Sorola "Geri" Geri Squilla
Martha was in Band for four years. She was also the twirler for
her junior year. She was in the Spanish Club and worked at Orange
Goose Nursery School. Martha will attend UTSA.
Geri attended Ursuline for four years. She was a very good volleyball
player. She also took art and did very well. Geri will attend Southwest
in San Marcos.
Tracy was involved in Student Council. She also served as President
of her freshman class. She was in Journalism for one year. Tracy
played basketball, volleyball, and ran track. Tracy will attend
iivi Linda was involved in Student Council for two years. She was also
in NHS. Linda was also very busy working at Handy Andy after
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Kathy has been very busy in Student Council. She was in the Varsity
Club due to her participation in softball, tennis, and track. Kathy was
also a Bleacher Bum. Not to mention that she was junior Vice-President,
and senior Class President. Kathy will attend UT in Austin.
Liz was in Choral for four years. She was also involved in the Spanish
Club, Varsity Club, Mission Club, Tri M, and Journalism. Liz was the
basketball manager and also business manager for the newspaper and
yearbook. She also worked at Deluxe as a checker. Liz will attend
UTHSCSA to study Dental Hygiene.
Holly attended Ursuline four years. She always helped with class
projects and was very active in spirit week activities. Holly will be married
Anita is one of Ursuliness true star athletes. She was in softball and
basketball all of her years at Ursuline. She was also in the Science Club
for three years. Anita will continue her studies at Texas A8LM.
Holly Anita Trevino "Aneat"
"Loretta" Theresa Villalobos "Terry"
Loretta is the baby of the class. She skipped her junior year and
went straight to her senior year. She was in Drama, media, track,
and choral all of her years here at Ursuline. She also was a member
of the SA Ballet Company and will continue her dance studies.
Terry attended Ursuline all of her four years of high school. Terry
was an active art student her senior year. She was in the Central Glee
Club her sophomore year, and the Spanish Club her junior and senior
years. Terry will go to UTSA.
Connie was very active at Ursuline. She was involved in track,
softball, tennis, volleyball, and the Varsity Club. She was also in the
Spanish Club, Science Club, Century Club, Who's Who, and Student
, Council. Connie will be going to Southwest.
Keri went to Ursuline all of four years. She was relatively quiet
yet she was a great tennis player. Keri was in the French Club. Keri
plans to go to college.
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ever be forgotten.
Remember when . . .
we experienced America's 200th birthday as freshmen?
as dumb freshmen we chose baby blue and pastel yellow for
'79ers were Antonian pep squad members and cheerleaders?
we stuffed ourselves into a Volkswagen for spirit week?
our parents picked us up from the dances?
when guess who had a crush on Mr. Wizinski?
we learned one hen, two ducks, three squawking geese?
Mrs. Leitch had bionic ears?
had our Serviam Ceremony?
P. S. made the mistake of giving Lucy her drivers license?
all took art so that we could be with the opposite sex?
all prayed that we would get Mrs. Sears for P. E.?
had awareness days, and needed passes to go anywhere?
Tonia looked for Lisa and Michelle at every private schoo
had three Popes in a row?
Ursuline gave a mock election and Gerry Ford won?
had smoke filled bathrooms?
finally got our top lockers?
on a junior dance that raised 5900?
our big sisterflittle sister picnic at Landa Park?
on the prom of '78 and served canned cokes?
our senior rings and celebrated at Stinky Falls?
almost hit Sr. Elizabeth with her car on ring day?
had to sit in the office half of senior year?
trig book yawned back?
our class colors?
l in San Antonio?
had the tear filled meetings in the office over graduation plans?
Mission Day and during Spirit Week of '79 the seniors won it all?
finally beat lncarnate Word in volleyball?
our open campus?
couldn't find a senior class song because everything was D
our caps and gowns?
Karen had a flat and missed the senior class pictures?
we almost didn't have a yearbook? '
our graduation ceremony?
we were the class of 79?
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Ursuline was a memorable one. Miss Mahon
arranged the beautiful banners and for the
faculty to sing the Sabbath Song from 'Tiddler
on the Roof." Mr. Hook sang the responses and
Virginia sang UAH Good Gifts" from Godspell,
The families all came and enjoyed the breakfast
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Monsignor Murray, opens the ceremony, Mr. Richard, our speaker, stands between Evelyn and Sister Marianne.
The graduates switch sides with their tassels.
Christine Mullen, Sall1t8tOI'l8.l'l Happy Graduates
lt seems like only yesterday
You scampered here and there
A little girl with laughing eyes
And ribbons in her hair
And now you are a graduate
In lovely cap and gown
While we're the proudest parents
And the happiest in town
So, with congratulations
We both want to say anew
The things you want the most in life
Are what we wish for you!
Congratulations to all the
graduates of Ursuline
Class of 1979
and especially to our wonderful
daughter, Becky Wilborn.
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