Ursuline High School - Yearbook (Santa Rosa, CA)

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F E6 YY F? in x v l i ri, fur r P 1 i i iw 1. ,. Q x A 4 , gi 1 X A V 1 , . V, v R I CARDINAL NEWMAN URSULINE 1975-1976 . . . And Then I Climbed Up A Steep Hi11'WhiCh Gave Me Some Prospect Of The Country 3 WVm3fi?Qf5 E I ,. ' ' .1 ,QR M W, J A ' 533-6 is-, A . Qi s .e ,., 1, A YE FA! as " . 4- V732 ?',51 ' EFS ,fl Say k Q I Of '. 'ep ms ll matt 'lil 1 1 xg, x ssh gal n X qsxn L 1 .MW wx , . x., KM .':.Q5" ' W 2 " Q 5 I ' Qw if rf -1,-, 7 vs . ,,..,..av .N . :- M . ar' my , . , "If Vx", .fix jrlki RW. ,' v ' wx.. S . P+, gbfm uf' iw . K QL. N X, , ,,o if I I 4 a .,. o . . . I Thought In All My Travels I Had Not Seen A More Populous Place I .B- E Z 5 V f ff f l f l' ACTIVITIES ,.AUt., -Z 2 4. . 1 f --. ' A , 1 HI 'a fd' Ui' 'fi i' 1 I 4,5 in 5 5 5 ' 'id' lx 9 -wv. Q, I X -EL T m l- X ,,, K- Y J gh 3:2 a s 3 1 4 E j A I Q ,gf hi- n--A ,A . 93 . l 1 7 E 2.51 I I if X A' x X-. I 6 Q. ali' .nv ' '93 ,hu I beiffn . ' u'b.,5 will- Q 1 this iris' 14. fefjl., H vu ,ss 5 9' N' my X so ." 1976 Activities had something for everyone! 1. Theresa Sterling and Mark ,Frati - Minstrels of "Tartuffe." 2. Captain the "Kid" Burrell. 3. Mr. Williams plays his violin in traditional Louis XIII style. 4. Christina the "Frizz" struts her stuff. 5. Last chance to help a senior . . . send him on Retreat. 6. Mud and mush made the Homecoming game interesting. 'I . Queen Sam reigned through the rain. NJ l . o .43 yt, t Y-.i'J5R S Sh. K' , X .vs sg. Q, nf Nh nl' - ,' ,Q 1, 9i,::::.y. 1 , ,, . .. .- .-fjrv. 4 . wtf .455 ' 1- "'r1fl.. K ' .ffg."i.,g,-,Rv . u?::49.::-T - A ' g ov' -i r ,.,V I -Q' , ,-. r' . -. ' ya, . 4 .. ' 4' V 4 'fb P Q S . l GL as , ww '32-2 t fp , - , . ,,,, t "YW M M, , 1. Beth, Dianna and Brenda pose as three of the Seven Dwarfs. 2. SHARK! Where? 3. Shelly Allison: me? 4. Linda and Liz model the latest lingerie. 5. Dunked again! 6 . Frosh are baptized into Newman Tradition. '7 . Frosh pie eating contest. A 4 ,Q X53 ssl:MlN! S..,,.,.- A542 'bfi Freshman Initiation f 'i i i n -i - Tartuffe 1, The first production this year of the Newman-Ursuline Players was Tartuffe. 1 Gene Bise threatens to slay the evil Tartuffe. 3. Tartuffe receives his just pun ishment. 3 . Erica York as the overbearing mother. Murder In The Cathedral -,gwjjk--, 1 5 1 Murder in the Cathedral was staged in St. John's Church and St. Eugene's Cathedral. 1. Debbie Alexander as a peasant woman. 2. Three priests - Mike Coppock, Brad Hindley and Mark Petersen. 3. Graham Rutherford as Archbishop Beckett. 4. John Klein. The Chalk Garden 2 In March, the drama departmentipresented THE CHALK GARDEN, written by Enid Bagnold. This was the first play written by a woman and performed by the Newman Ursuline Players. 1. Laurel and Maitland discover the mysterious initials. 2. A friendly chat? 3. Valerie Leonard as Mrs. St. Maugham and Carol Gnat as Laurel. 18 Life With Father I 1 53 E, . '. N 4 LIFE WITH FATHER, a comedy written by Clarence Day, was the last performance of the year. The success of the entire drama series, from TARTUFFE to LIFE WITH FATHER, was largely due to Mr. O1iva's effort and hard work. 1. Clare Jr. and Mary. Could this be a proposal of marriage? 2. Vinnie: Go and wash your hands right away and come back and show Mother they're clean. 3. Brad Hindley as Father. 4. Harlan and Whitney enjoy in a game of tiddly-winks. 5. Gene Bise, Rich Anderson and Mike Coppock as Clare Jr. , John and Whitney. 6. What is the mean- ing of this? And The Band Played Un 1 4 1 5' . M .li When both schools finally formed a music department, the result was sur- prising. Conductor Williams did a fan- tastic job of leading the band. 1. Joe Domenichelli, Marc Rayburn, Mike Lufkin, and Mark Petersen - saxophone players. 2. Kathy Moeller and her trumpet. 3. Mike Lufkin. 4. Sue McCarty solos at a mass. 5. Off to Carnegie Hall? 6. Chris Stensgard blows away. 7. Larry Stouder and the big band sound. 21 Rallies added spice to the boring activity period on Friday afternoon. Attempts from both student councils to entertain the student body proved interesting at least. 1. Remember the Eddy-ettes of Coach L1oyd's night club act? 2. Thank God I'm a country boy. 3. C.N. after dark. 4. A Guanella sis- ter: I play basket Cpauseh ball. 5. The Warm Fuzzie Story. 6. Trini and his invisible fiddle. 7. That's all folks! 22 . . . When I Found Myself On My Feet, I Looked About Me And Must Confess I Never Beheld A More Entertaining Prospect 5 6 1 gf. Ffi yftix' E. Mt. I jaggg, E 'I '.' "nw Z1 'M If its tu- ,oitttsffiitsvxt . I I It I IH! Z 1 'S+-I If I tt' x I n 24 4 50's Da if 4' 50's Day was one of this year's high- lights. Practically everyone, includ- ing faculty members, joined in the fun. 1. The favorite event of the day was the Car Cramrning Contest. 2. Marci Carlin tries her hand at blowing bubbles. 3. Chris Frizzell is a cool dude. 4. Big Foot! 5. Crazy Ken Clark and "C1ouds" McLeod. ,Z .5 V fx on 59? no ff , 1 ' 1 ' , ""' ki D to n,W,,,,..n IFES. . a - , V i i Q f k-v. x-WX Convention 1976 The entire Ursuline Student Body got into the spirit of the 1976 Student Council Election. 1. Karen David tallies the votes. 2. Delegates march into the gym to "Be Tnie to Your Schoo1." 3. Welcome by chairperson, Mary K. Dolan. 4. Senior Del- egates get into the act. 1 2 3 i in ,, if t Y 4 X y 25 Could It Be Magic? 1976 Prom f . if K K Y ' F Q Q 5 ,X , ', 'Q f :'l f ' L if 'si' 1 'vm - - .1 I . ,' if - 1 .1 - f fi CE s 'iibiasfi ' - 7' 'TJ-1. "' Q A 2 . 7 . 5 E2 it l? V - . a L , 5 A Y r .5 E , Q 1 Q 3 4 Ih. 7 5 1 2 Hi L, 4-, 5 6 Yes it could! But it took hours of hard work and organization to make the 1976 Junior-Senior Prom a success. 1. Ivory Tower provided the entertainment. 2. KT Lynch was selected as prom queen. 3. A pause for magic potion punch. 4. Sean Ginella, "Wake me when it's over." 5. Steve LaRue and Cathy Udall like to swing. 6. "Co1or My World." '7. Queen KT and Joe Dornenichelli. 8. "Saturday Night." 26 x X", ff 11- . ...ff .,z1..,.... f Q s - s. his .- . . .. N h . V mS , " ,,,.........-Q M6 Mother-Daughter Luncheon The Mother-Daughter Luncheon displayed a bicentennial theme. Mrs. Anderson and the sewing classes did a great job organizing the luncheon and fashion show. 1. The luncheon line. 2. KT Lynch digs in. 3. Mothers and Daughters. 4. Newman igt. g and Newman-Ursuline Chorus provided some of the entertainment. 1 K i ,,., . 9, K ..... . - -'f-M. e 'J' 1 11. t l"i . . fwm g, . 5 ,wif 5 ga ii Z M ' V .V ' ts. so ,W s F 4 ,42 Z, .W , 'A ' M... -X- ai 1 'Wai xy wx I , -at 3 t . '. .ii .lii im' - 28 1 ,J ff. -uk .mf I s. f e Y N 1 2 45' 3 ,RE tip' ' " f , , '. ,M ix P , fs YT ., . J' 1.4 1. The Club of Science for discriminating, young scientists. Under the direction of Mr. Physique, no, that's Mr. Physics, himself, Dennis Crandall. 2. The Chess Club. Faculty advi- sor - Mr. Frank Lorenzo. 3. Varsity Frisbee Team. Display- ing superb tactics in catching, throwing, balance, and aim. 4. Junior State, the female politicians from Ursuline. Pre- requisite: Love of country, government, and hard work. Other Clubs include the French Club, the Ski Club, and Model United Nations. I , Qs? .rzzisg ,al I Clubs 3 4 29 Graduation 1976 2 Graduation was held May 27th in the Christian Life Center. This was the third year that Cardinal Newman and Ursuline held joint Commencement Exercises. 1. Sen- iors wait patiently for their diplomas. 2. Hurry up! We're on in two minutes. 3. Chris Lose: How do you zip these things up? 4. Christy Pearson and Lupe Nieto. 5. Carol Gnat sings during the interlude . 6 . Hurray! My diploma is signed . 30 "For mem'ry has painted this perfect day with colors that never fade , And we find at the end of a perfect day, The soul of a friend we've made." Carrie Jacobs Bond 31 F2 6 Something special about this year made editing the yearbook interesting and entertaining. The Spirit of '76 came alive and remained with us through Graduation. More activities, rallies, and dances took place during 1976 than any other year and more people dared to become involved in their schools. This yearbook was designed to capture some of the moments that made this year unique. Just as Gulliver, through his travels, learned about him- self and the world around him, this book follows a road of new horizons, interesting people, and self- discovery. Of course, without the yearbook staff I would have been lost. I thank all of you, and especially Chris Lose and Mr. Buchholz. Good luck in the years and yearbooks to come . Mary K. Dolan, Editor-in-Chief The yearbook staff expresses its sincere gratitude to Celeste Spencer, Anne Malone, Paola Moh- lere, Sean Ginella, Pat O'Kane, Buzzy Halikas and Mr. B's Photography class. 32 f 2 - 12. '7 8 1. Mary K. Dolan, Editor-in-chief. 2. Chris Lose, Newman senior editor, sports editor, and photographer. 3. Carol Gnat, Ursuline senior editor. 4. Mr. Buchholz, advisor and photogra- pher. 5. Marc Reyburn, photographer. 6. Francis Small and Juan Villago- mez, ads. 7. Mark Petersen, under- classmen editor and photographer. 8. Don Wilson, cover photographer and photographer. In Memoriam Tim R. McDonald AM , Tim M. Finigan Ursuline Student Council GOVE WE Huiaiixx HUMA Aff if S 32 OF l Ma Newman Student Council X-5i5W?""9,.f,, 1 2 The Student Councils of both schools had their work cut out for them. But judging from this year's successful activities, such as Fifties Day, Mission Day and the Tal- ent Show, one can truthfully say that they did a fine job. 1. Newman Student Council Officers: Tom Domenichelli - Treasurer, Matt Fairbanks - Secretary, Gra- ham Rutherford - President, Joe Pierre - Vice-President. 2. Ursuline Student Coun- cil Officers: Rosanne DeBennidetti - Secretary, Kathy Moeller - Vice-President, Karen David - President, Mary K. Dolan - Rally Commissioner, Mindy Kobre - Treasurer . Z 'exft 'F'Nx ' Qlsl ..i.? ,f1Q 2 4 ,if ,M ....... . x..,, X W ,...f-2" ADMI ISTRATIO 2 5 1... f gi Q 1... 35 v. 1?-. Q.,.f,f'1 " -35 ., ts. ,ii . 'sz A,,- x 1 eg I A .. Q' ,' .Z- . Y sg X k N ,,'ll-1-1 9 If . L .ff 3 M ,gf 5 1. Sister Christine - Ursuline Princi- pal. 2. Brother Miles - Assistant Dean. 3. Sister Bernadette. 4. Father Dela- ney - Cardinal Newman Principal. 5. Mrs. Frawley. 6. Father Weicek - Dean of Boys. 7. Brother Wil. 8. Sister K. C. - Dean of Girls. 9. Sister Mary Peter. 35 .1 H29 K . , , Q' 5 V. It K ,f KRS ,T , Q '1 - , 3 .QQ if I 9' fl ?, f , fs an , as . . My 9 Q k K u , , .1 f ', , Y 4 1 , 4 , 1 A ff K, y, A Q , -1 , 551514 V I 'W 'L - Q A A ' , ,LK M., M ' it 4 . M " 1 if f, 1 1 ff' 1 H f ' ..f. Y- Q KK 7 A --.. w KK J ir X K Q ' 5 KK U' . A K J K , -. ,. Q fy 1 f - W. 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The tremendous size disadvantage was made up by the players' skill, quick- ness and toughness: these qualities enabling the team to rack up a 12-O record. - S. Ginella Varsit Football 2 4 fs sig 3 8 1. Newman's offensive line. 2. Joe Domenichelli bestows his wisdom on a fellow player. 3. A race to the goal line. 4. Does Coach Lloyd have something in mind for Luther? 5. A hug of victory. 6. Calvin Wells. 7. Big Lu with a touchdown reception. 8. O'Hair releasing a pass despite the opposing team's defensive efforts. 39 wif Row 1: Charles Dahl - Equipment Man- ager, Steve Foy, Tom Neal, Mike Vaughn, Sean Ginella, Luther McMi1lon, Calvin Wells, Graham Rutherford, Jim Scally, Dave Deven- cenzi, Jerry Bonfigli - Coach. Row 2: Coach Ed Lloyd, Mark O'l-lair. Joe Domenichelli, Dan Agnew, Dan Tre- gaskis, Greg Smith, Lonnie Dyer, Joe Pierre, Cledith Hunter, Tony Lopez, David Hang, Kim Rice, Victor Vol- honsteff, Dave Griggs, Chip Martzall, Brian Connell, Joe Winkler, Bob Bar- ham, Coach Dennis Crandall. 40 356612 , 6 ,", ,r zg, VK A .au ir"r g 1 , -naw-i - u:mmuannnn r: nl is C. Ng, C C i i e S h m H I-1 , FO Oth all ' u ,.-0.-f -.,,,,.+Q , , ' t it x ' -st- ,M ,Q MQV it 1 Row 1: David Franceschine, Nick Natale, Terry Tinajero, Chris Monroe, Brian Jensen, Tim Vigil, Mark Demeo, Dal McCann, John Geary, Norm Young, Pat Broderick. Row 2: Hilton Deroun, Ty Phforsich, Mark Jacobsen, John Brandon, Dou e E Kishbaugh, Anthony Beadrick, Jeff Conquest, Tom Synder, Kevin Renfree, Don Hinkle, Doug DiAmbrogi, Steve Montgomery, Coach Lalfortune, Mark Opperman. 41 1 ,:,, N.. - K gag Q is l , W. ,. 4 F N is My 7 ,Y . Q 42 I.V. Football mf Row 1: Paul Kelly, Randy Flosi, Dave Cox, Augie Ortiz, Joe Viol- etti. Row 2: Delbert Pearl, Earl Broderick, Steve Young, Chris Underwood, Jeff Jones, Alfie Thur- low, Tom Domenichelli, Mark DiArnbrogi, Paul Freitas, Kirk Van- dagriff, Gerry Webb, Craig Ahlst- rorn. Row 3: Chris Fellenz, Tom O'Hair, Eric Henricksen, John Schneider, Rich Anderson, Frank David, Lamon Lawrence, Ion Bel- trami, John Lindsay, Coach Gaspar- ini. Not Pictured: Coach Lowney. 43 Cardinal Newman 1975-'76 Basketball Record Cardinal Newman Opponents 58 Ukiah 54 65 Santa Rosa 58 Novato 54 Hogan 48 Ukiah 48 Santa Rosa 55 Montgomery 50 Analy 49 El Molina 43 Casa Grande 60 Healdsburg 61 Sonoma 77 Rancho Corate 48 Piner 56 Analy 46 El Molino 43 Casa Grande 44 Healdsburg 68 Sonoma 59 Rancho Cotare 50 Piner N. C. S . Playoffs 51 Miramonte Varsit Basketball If Mfaiwarpazfxwmm1ww.:svf-M W,fra:.cffJf:m.mw:w:l,-l1,1 .1 Wf.A fwfr ,-.- -,.,, :..:-,,f-:fm ' Row 1: Richard Nanula, John Peirce, Jim Jarrett, Tito Mena, Charley Dyer, Mark O'Hair, George Skarich. Row 2: Chris Foy - Student Trainer, Charles Dahl - Equipment Mgr., Lamon Lawence, Matt Fairbank, Bryan Byrd, Perry Hooks, Larry Lumpkins, Dave Bonta, John Romero, Greg Anderson, Coach John Fitzgerald . Q35 55,4 . . Basketball Brian Dolan, Charlie Dyer, Rich Nanula, Dave Cox, Tony Oliva, Bill Beckle- heimer, Sean Barclay, Fred Mena, Randy Flosi, Bob Barham, Calvin Wells, Coach Gasparini. .9 Frosh Basketball Row 1: David Franceschine, Brad DeMeo, Rod Garzoli, Rob Oeddicord, Leo Alberigi. Row 2: Hilton Deroun, Steve Montgomery, Mike Francis, Anthony Dedrick, Mike LaStovick, Jeff Conquest, Coach Lloyd. Row 1: Terry Tinajero, Manager, David Devencenzi, Brian Connell, Jeff Bertoli, Mike Vaughn, Calvin Wells, Joe Domenichelli, Coach Lalfortune. Row 2: Coach Crandall, Kelly Mayo, Lamon Lawrence, Mark O'l-lair, Iohn McNeany, Cledith Hunter, Mike O'Toole, Mr. Charles Dahl, equip- ment manager. .9 . W ' W lr K 'Z r 2, -1 1- if ' ' '-' H A 'kk' U ' f T' , 9 ' 1 "5 5' Nw ffwf-N' . K M W, ,,,, , x ,, .. 2-mf M ..,,..,..-WL--wr i ' ., f rw ,,,. . .:.-4T1'Ti, I .1-M-" ' fywg J . .-ai f Wffff A ' ' , ' 4 . . ., 4 L f " I iw T251 ,,.,r ,,.r ,, H , I ,M Z ."-- N ,A Q I X, -,,,. V VN, K g' is-an 11 a -' m ,, ,4WQ,w2izHe ,,., ' , sz :,:Z' "Nw :v,ff?5 ',,, m2L'WlE4U'37Ai"llZTJ'ii'1'ffEk?fTH r W Q .f J "C' , 1 ,,,, f -A 'a'r, ,-" -X"" l 1 4'Kk" mf" ' 0 'TW W27'119i1af., ' ali? Varsit Baseball 4 W, , if-'ff mea., if! M ,Mf9x!fM,a, 8' fluff I vaii j., if 4?l!tvc1f M41 y M ' ' 1' ff W, V figqf' ' , " ,,, ., f 'A fy., XV' mm, .J :"""W:' 'W "-- l g QM' M 48, , . ,, ,, ,M . V , I.V. Baseball Team Row 1: Chris Underwood, Ty Pforsich, Eric Neilsen, Hilton Deroun, Jerry Webb, Craig Alhstrom. Sitting: Steve Young. Row 2: David Cox, Bill Beck- leheimer, Jeff Jones, Randy Flosi, Brian Rooney, Alfie Thurlow, Jeff Garrigan, Paul Kelly, Coach "Doc" Gulyash. Not Pictured: John Wright. 51 Row 1: Tom O'Hair, Mike Hill, Paul SmiLh, Ed McCutchan. Row 2: Coach Lowney, Ion Beltrami, Jim Van Ness, Kim Rice, Dave Bonta. L. 52 Freshman B b Geary. Row 2: Milton Deroun, Ty Phforsich, Terry Tinajero, Mark Jacobsen, Mike 3. LaStovic , Brentt Brady, Rob Peddicord , Doc Gulyash. Row 1: Ron Garzoli, Norm Young, Brian Jensen, Bob Fitch, John Padden, John . J J so M - f J, vzrfwm, . so I Row 1: Barry Fisher, Mike Beck, Steve Giacomelli. Row 2: John Romero, Tom Hakel, Chris Gutierrez, Greg Anderson, G Jim Fisher, Coach Fitzgerald. 53 M ,..z Iunior Xfarsit M 1 2 1 yy sf FY' Frosh 1. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders - Lisa Herman, Lori Byrnes, Shelly Skikos, Collette Archambeau, Karen Andrede. 2. Frosh Cheerleaders - Jane Fellenz, Julie Hindley, Kanoe Pearl, Vaerie Bramlett, Chris Mugridge. 54 issru uamr Songleaders 1.2 Varsit Cheerleaders Songleadersz Kelly Blechel, Lea Goode, Lauri Carvalho, Shawn Chrisrianson, Dianne DeMarco, Shelley Brinker, Rose Duman Varsity Cheerleaders: Lori Gibbs, Micki Moran, Sue McCarty, Linda Cuculich. Track Row 1: Manuel Villagomez, Augie Nieto, Tom O'I-lair, Pete Murphy, Jeff Conquest, Tom Dorrfenichelli, Frank Castelli, Bob Barham, Scott Beckett. Row 2: Sean Barclay, John Hess, Bryan Byledebahl, Vince Cefalu, Augie Ortiz, Paul Freitas, Rob Crandall. Paul Farkas, Coach Gasparini. ,,,1...---- ,,,.......--- i - who 56 all 'msn-Q, lla ml Nr- ,,,-. I 5, JV' ,Q 1 -.ix SIL L , qw- mmf "'5,El5,fW ,, lrftaifvwvj Y I VT-'fi' ,:, 7 2?l'f'7"" z,'L2iiw- ' an ' ' i in -Y ' 'f 1w?K4frf,5-wzfia-', , , 7 N' MlabgkfiwIff:,'v2!f31?K3m:i'w' i 2 ,Aa - , W ' Wu ' K y f -am! ,,,,.,.....n.- f f 57 My-fr" 4 3 , V k La. 'X 1 If you wanted a little excitement on a Thursday afternoon, all you had to do was mosey down to Ursuline Gym. Ursuline G.A.A. would be busy practicing volleyball, basketball, baseball, or track, depending on the season. Yes, Ursuline has super studs too. 1. Mrs. Blackwood - Coach, Public relations, manager and head cheerleader. 2. The Volleyball Team. 3. The Baseball Team. 4. The Basketball Team. 5. The Track Team. 6. G.A.A. all together now! 58 G.A.A. s sis Front Row: Melody Moffit, Jan O'Hair, Anna Scally, Colleen Speires, Valerie Bramlert, Susan Rooney. Middle Row: Rosanne DeBenedetti, Kathy O'Toole, Mary Hess, Rachel Niero, Marisa DeBenedetti, Michele DeBenedetti, Mimi Crandall. Back Row: Buzzy Halikas, Lori Gibbs, Kathy Moeller, Tamara Parnay, Michele Torr. 59 MWF iff!" ix ,il Q ,Fw 35 Q- .W a , Q, N n F RE SHMEN ,K Chris Anderson Mary Jo Anderson Louie Albright Nanette Alexander Shelly Allison Sylvia Amorino Debbie Angrolini Lynette Archambeau if X 1' A , . , l ' if"Q,f ,,f' ,' ' 4 f -M if .V ' I '- ' , L" 7 ,Ni ,. , 55,1 . Rf A' Q 4 , A 0 r . ,f - f , f ' K' :Q ?: V' , bs, .f r .. kk GM V .ir .. . .api , A A , ,M,,,..r,d...... ,., -- Craig Arneson Daven Bachan Lisa Baird Lolo Barragan Lylea Barton Mike Beck d iii ,W , N., , .M 6 1. Tom Boettcher. 2. Papa gets pushed. 3. Sister Regina. 4. Lisa Baird, Oh that does it! 5. Kanoe Pearl in the Freshman locker hall. 6. Ms. Evans. 7. Mrs. Trowbridge lends a hand. 63 Q B Q 1 Gina Bertoli Mike Butram Chris Boeuchek Steve Botkin Pere Boschetri Valerie Bramlett Dave Brancamp John Brandon Darla Brekke wi x.-U M bin ff Y J' 'J f :F- Brentt Brady Bill Broc Pat Broderick Ianise Brown Theresa Brown Vallina Camili Jennifer Cassidy Steve Clark Katherin Collins Irma Colen Jeff Conquest Cathy Day 3 1. Mr. Oliva, courtesy of the photography class. 2. Lynette Archambeau, Rookie for Rosenburgs. 3. A few last words before the game. 4. Mrs. Anderson. 5. Sund's Shades. 65 in Anthony Dedrick Marisa De Benedetti Brad DeMeo Kelly DeMeo Mary DeVries Teresa DiGiamo Luigi Di Grande Amy Dunn Kyle Ellis Linda Ensch Nancy Facendini Jane Fellenz Row 1: Barry Fisher, Bob Fitch, Monica Fowele. Row 2: David Frances, Chris Franchetti, Dave Franceschine. Row 3: Rich Frietas, Cathy Gam- ber, Ron Gaigoli. 5 1. Frosh swim party. 2. Father Kuzy. 3. Roanne Schwab gets a kiss. 4. Dave Griggs. 5. Bird's eye view. 4 67 John Geary Steve Giacomelli Chris Gida Dave Griggs Daryl Guggiana Craig Gummer Fonrene Halikas Bob Halverson Karen Hamor Denis Hanly Diana Headrick Shannon Heskett sr ' ag, ffl-ff o W W N, 1 9 X x 'Zi' 'Lf X1 N . rw ' 1.5 i, hs!-yirww A 'J X QffY1' 2 43 3 --H4-u.....,,,, 1. Mrs. Bailey. 2. Kate Ryan plays for the Rams? 3. Lylea Barton: Sugar and Spice and everything nice. Row 1: Andy Hillard, Julie Hindley, Don Hinkle. Row 2: Dana Hooker, Cathy Honzik, Cindy Hon- zik. Row 3: Linda Honzlk, Karl Houker, Mark Jacobson. 69 Brian Jensen Donna Kassin Doug Kishbaagh Marilyn Klein Jim Knight Carol Kogbil Gabby Kotite Tom Lambert Mike LaStorri Chris Lewis Brian Ling Elizabeth Lewis Jackie Laustalot Joy Lund Vicky Sund Carrie Lynch Domini Maffei Linda Mahoney Fred Majcherek Terry Majerwicz f , 4 'f iQ., , " ,fi K W 3 by 1' 'f J 55- i g "'k in Ji ' 2-ik, ' I J Q., . L rl 1 I Q1 .nw I fl? X r I' 1 f'4 L at L 'Shi , V nrk fi L V ' Y rrr :W' . YT Q I X lf sigi. if F L 1. Ursuline Playboy Bunnie of the Year. 2. Father Clark. 3. Mrs. McCall in the Library. 4. Night game. 3 Laura Moloy FW. W . .af NW..,..0" Lynn Martini Michelle McBride Dale McCann Mike McGee Dan McMillon Brenda Mejos Melady Moffitr Chris Monroe Steve Montgomery Connie Moralas Mark Morgan Maureen Morehouse Laurie Matthaias Chris Mugridge Becky Myers Nick Natole Nanaue Norshome Linda O'Conne11 John Ocavely x f Pi 'tv t 1. Mrs. Seiler. 2. Splish Splash! 3. Mr. Kenny. 4. Say cheese Mr. LaFortune 3 4 Qggfifz, 4- 55135 W- k ,Sr x- .. f 9' Q: ' . .-'-f X N A ., ' q,S2:zQsx-xii? nwigfi - If 1 .l .. Q ,..x Ag '27 A . A .K Janet O' Hare Holly Oppinheinen Marc Opperrnan Mary O'Toole Iohn Padden Bruce Parker Tamera Parnay Kanoe Pearl Kathleen Pearson Steve Pederson Normand Young Dave Perehudoff Ty Pforsich Sam Pullaro Linda Pledger Andy Prouty Linda Pomeroy Killeen Pollock Kevin Renfree Dan Reynolds Mark Ritter Sara Rodriguez Susan Rooney Ann Ross Mary Rudometican Kate Ryan Anna Scally Carol Shick Monica Schneider Beth Schultz Rosanne Schwab Colleen Spiers Teresa Stevens Tom Snyder Terry Tinagero Kathy Toolan Kathryn W Erruli Q.. f 1. Father Hindman. 2. Vigil and Fitch go -under. 3. Down home country girls. 4. Mrs. Lorenzo . S it f W K ., z gamwf' f Y 1 .st g Rx .figffifiiifff . ,gsfsfvfggfzggg qt .ttt. ,, wg 5153" x ,Ep 4 if K 7 if 1 2 3 4 G f ,K th.ti ttt.,tir 3 iiii , Q E gt ' ,,L, ,,, 3123? R 'M E ei , amz ..agg:g4aeW.g,QE ,f fc? YN! v px 7 'WE' at X div f I wr ff f I "" we' L .M ,. V 4' .Q A N"' Fr i ,M 1- ,. 3 1 V , I A 'ff I ,13 -. Q ,ff we 5 V K ' . my f'f'b 'TV' A w ,, QW? 4, :T I ' 1 In 4 215 i' Q .. 1 ' I ' 9-Q 1 fftfvzi' - 1 ' K i 1 f.. , A . 9, 5t,,A,,. H H i. . t ,',tL 1 A I n V i V V ' - 'is 'ff ' X f' S 1 Z 5 , 1 , Q 'u gs K , ffszmfy Wt fm, tr min .nl . 1 -- L+- x S as 3 gh 3 2 X a .Ni xx 2, ku., X K X X "' X TX' R..-,vvf gan W-N K " ,, N-N aEffe'iq'!v1Qi'LP", ' K , W Mgw-.,, .f 5 x A EM- me - . - su-mfg ,y wr l V I , www' G kv G SOPHO ORES 1 Debbie Alexander Greg Anderson Rich Anderson Karen Andrade Collette Archambeau Dan Baker Bob Barham Nora Batres 1. Co-ed Baseball? 2. Tury Smith. 3. John Klein. 4. Chris Foy. 5. On top of the world. 135 F in af' 55" ,eff sa ailiiwlsl X Scott Beckett Bill Beckelheirner Delia Behres John Beltrami Michele Bignasca Cari Bowles Earl Broderick Tammy Brinker Row 1: Heidi Bucher, Joan Burrell, Laurie Byrne, Marci Ann Car- lin. Row 2: Jessica Cassidy, Frank Castelli, Heather Chappuzzo, Paul Cornalli. Row 3: Mike Coppock, David Cox, Frank Danzart, ,Frank David . 5 79 4 Y N nf 'f,x.5z,,. , 5 .Qi ia Robette Deas M1che1e De Benedetu Mark Delrlnger Brian Dolan Tom Dominechelli Anne Duggan Jim Dupont Charlie Dyer Gina Evan Jill Evart Mark Finigan Jim Fisher Chris Foy Mark Frari 1. Brian Rooney confirming Barry Seargents answers. 2. Theresa Scheetz. 3. The Sax Player. 4. Mr. Williams. 5. Class at Ursuline. 6. Jeff Jones. 7. Jim Fisher, Tom Martin, and Mr. Noll. 81 A x 1 2 3 n t 5 1. Michele De Benedetti. 2. Burnt. 3. Mike Lufkin testing the wind. 4. Col- leen Renfree and Ioan Burrell. 82 4 F :w 14 , ij 4,,. t at 1 L ' ' rf 5 1 ,Q ,, .3 1 4, W, Z ' Kathy Frawley Mark Ginella Laurie Gnat Maria Grace Sheri Guanella Rich Guggiana Torn Hakel Luann Hall Eric Hanson Lisa Herman Mary Hess Brad Hindley Terisita Hintereder Marty Honzik Jeanne Jackson Lisa Johnson Kate Johnson Jeff Jones Kelly Jones Charlene Jones Beth Joslyn Paul Kelly Tony Kelly Chris Keogh John Klein Barbara Knight Cathy Kobre Doug Laidlaw Debbie La Rue Lamon Lawrence Mary Lehmer Valerie Leonard John Lindsey Mary Lockwood Hector Lucio Mike Lufkin Sandy Lynch Julie Maffei Tom Martin Chip Martzall Dave Massoni Row 1: Karen Mauggio, Connie McCann, Ed McCutchan, Mike w ,- 1 yi McFadden. Row 2: Carole McGinnis, Pat McGuire, Fred Mena, Anne Murphy. Row 3: Christi Nagel, Rich Nanula, Hugh Nees, Eric Neilson . Alicia Nieto Raquel Nieto Abby Noble Tom O'Hair Tony Oliva 4 S 5 " N, .31 kk Wrkil I y if 'Q-if S Augie Ortiz Rich Parde Delbert Pearl Shauna Peddicord Joe Pedroni Noreen Peter 1. Paul Puccioni. 2. Mary Herman 3 Marc Reyburn. 4. Character day 5 Sr. Collette . ,,,,.f--f" ,,,.,-fe' ,ffm-" ww-emwm,.,,,n . .f n .... N. whakww :Ala -Q.. K -Q... AMR., F: 'S' ,X 1 Mark Peterson Paul Puecioni Tim Rattigan Dawn Raymond Donya Regalia Colleen Renfree Marc Reyburn David Roach 3 5 C , :Hof ff H. si fx 424' My 5, , '. f ,.. . . .X V H as 1 2 'L M" 7 "'L , "" 13' no 1 aaa' a a aonoa Z a X. '-Q ku .Qi ' 'Q ' we 3 fffw wg l 1 9 K' X 'lin 1+ WX! HQ!! Hin Vin 'W In Teresa Ruhl Tim Ryan Ai... fix' Kathy Sales Tamara Salvaro John Schafer Brian Rooney 1. Locker Check! 2. Stoned Again. 3. The Masked Marvel. 4. Grrrrrowl. 5. Mr. Lorenzo. 6. The after- math of another Newman victory. 7. Kelly Speires looking over his shoulder. John Schneider Dean Schouweiler Suzanne Sinchetti Barry Sargeant Sally Seghesio Pete Shapenus Theresa Scheetz Steve Young 1. Jessica Cassidy. 2. Charly Dyer. 3. Sister Pat. 88 Liz Sherlock Shelly Skikos Tury Smith Liz Soule Jeff Smyth Paul Simms ,. E . 9:55-1 H 'QEGYS5 ,wh O ML, sag. X ff Zin ox iff Mlm . uf , az W L A In 1. V' ' ,gg , 6. f gggfgggvsxzarzfgmfzzg' vxffvff ..--7, .ff M!! '."i4251-W f 'V IU IURS Iami Knuthson Mary Jane Adamson Dan Agnew Marc Alves Chris Ambrosini Tim Arnal Karen Arneson Jennifer Carniglia Greg Badano Christine Baez Carolyn Becerra Kevin Bennetto Jeff Bertoli Gene Bise Kelly Blechel Joe Boodry Dan Borg Randy Botkin Sue Botkin Shelly Brinker Tom Brown Sandy Buckingham Nora Burns 1 I V I .fl iill 2 2 - fe , ,,,, A ,,,,, , ,,,,. fa 1. Steve Foy in the carnera's eye. 2. Tight squeeze! 3. Jackson sits in the shade. 4. Sister Jeanette. 5 . Unidentified Flying Objects. F A-... K aqua . ' K 3 gg' 'W' Q r PY' J Plcture q g k. 49 .. .. NW -' J . J J is "L A""i"'b'e Y . fa .4195 1.. ' V FE ' it if t'ti ' A i I' . ,. H 'gear K I Brian Byledbal Sue Campbell Laurie Carvalho Vince Cefalu Jesus Chavez Shawn Christianson 4 Pat Ciralu Ken Clark Brian Connell Alonzo Crawford Liz Crawley Pat Cunningham Mary Curl Mark D'Ambrogi Jim Debonis Mark DeMeo Guy Dengler Dave Devencenzi Maria Diaz Mark Donaldson .1 .gs - K2 r p ' 1 ' ',r.k M of , , ye. A L 4 Q. i ... ,E .M .., , - ,. 'K -.f- - r 3 Gr W' f My K, - .fin 1, i. 1. The top CNU pastime. 2. Mrs. Asserson. 3. Another point! 4. Student Body President - Graham Rutherford. 5. Smile Patti Streeter. 6. Dr. Gulyash. 5 6 W 3 ttf ' x '2i2:!i?i11Qr53i ' , ,, , 95 1. Mrs. Scally. 2. Tom Brown on fifties day. 3 A Brmker Bear Hug 4 Deruse Markenson. 5. Mr. Whitney. in Sue Doyle ,Qu .ml 'I Bob Driscoll Vi , I X Sue Dunn Trish Ellis Mau Fairbank Erin Farrell 96 1 Chris Fellez Randy Flossi Mary Ellen Fowle Steve Foy Kathy Franceskine Paul Freitas Barry Galvin Tim Gamber Carol Gillespie Laura Gibbs Louis Gugliemino Dave Greenaert Dave Haug Janet Heard Eric Henrickson John Hess Tony Hesse Mike Hill Chris Honzik Cledith Hunter Pete Jackson Debbie Johnson Dave Jones Kim Keefer Sue Lehmer Pete Leras Tom Maigret Mary Jo Majcherack John Martin Magdaleno Manzanarez Denice Markusen Theresa Mascott Kathy Maugg Sue McCarty Sheila Mikal Micki Moran Pete Murphy Carole Nees Augie Nieto Debbie O'Connor Steve Otis Lynn Pearson Shirley Pederson Joe Pierre Mike Pigoni Craig Pomeroy Alan Roach John Romero Chris Rostel 1 1. Barry Galvin. 2. Father Vogl stands up for Man's Lib. 3. Doubling up. 4. Ken Clark likes his bananas. ' ' L W ,, .M -X Ls. ,gf at ,X , .af 2 Mba. W .ns 3 4 A i -if s Q "' as 'z . V fbb 5 Q xi, 51 99 Row 1: Graham Rutherford, Kerry Scott, Becky Summers, Greg Smith, Lynette Smith, Paul Smith, Bob San- tucci, Donna Schiller. Row 2: Lea Spencer, Patty Streeter, Laura Tag- gart, A1 Thurlow, Dan Tregaskis, Marsha Turner, Kirk Vandagriff, James Van Ness. L amufpf cis' 5 E' Q E ,471 1-C: 4 C13 ikf' 3 f Q 1 : W i 100 I Sm N, 4 1. Mrs. Gross. 2. Does Ms. Young know something we don't know. 3. Ursuline Newman Spirit! 4. Barry Galvin making a mad get-away. 5. Julie Whitton Musical Julie Whitton. 6. First day back at school. ef' Manuel Villagomez Helen Volhonsteff Peggy Walsh Gerald Webb Chris Whitlock Scott Wilson Orville Womack John Wright Erica York Jane Zeigler lg wi? ' ' 'A 101 'v . 'Uv 1 , v. . Y l ,ts 9.5 P? Q -. A 1 1. , M 4. , , s . - 1 ' , ,I 0 bt' ' sf' in 'JM , ' l'. . Q o .- . 'F . I J .. 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Vicious looking, isn't she? 2. Tom- Tom Callagy. 3. Rea11y?!? VI? raw'-, WWW QGWJM qmi ffjwa E gow EIDWL gym 108 Qgwmi Cinjfa Qgugdlllll UMA an gluggm WSDWMM i'7g.wff ,, .. UWM! gydzm QQIMJ fiawic Qu gngefmrl 1. Another Retreat picture?! 2. With Gasparini's legs, they cou1dn't lose! 110 93412 SM 251111111 7204 Eg 'Qt H 'WW Q' ,Adil- Ig' 31-'FK 'X ZYSQELEQ? .k m,m1, 4 4 U .mf I CQMQMI Amwwg gig, gm 1. Anderson and McMi11on sit on it. 2. That bad, huh? 3. Sister K.C.g the typical Ursuline girl. Qambam qfpzin Gini Zim 114 gofbbic Cjfoiecgi CKCTSQMZ gfyelvbw CKMIA gfglilg gfebw Aw 93114 JWGMWL gwm 9lJ mJa1 . ii W ggwzwvwu, mfzwwe CJEMIM s74a11WfMzm3 qw mmm Q9fwhJ4J1fZM3 3 M 34 1. Thats 433-3023, girls! 2. Happy Retreaters play a Iomping game of volleyball. 2 N..-uun.nnnn M f A - f V ,M 1 mumm nu ,.Q..,1zmunnsm-fm mu uw-'ff uw 117 me qw Qcu 'N 'ww snr K, I S L.,- f . . K, ' n 2-'flpe Nilb 1. Yep, another Retreat picture! 2. Studious students study photography. 3 . Mr . Buchholz . 118 s is 9 W mam was mm oem gwfm mm mei Qcfou ,cm GSW www mm ffm' IJ -W5 1" 5 1 Ulm Qian Qlmlh Qian sw QM SUV gn SIDAQLQ gan 1. What am I doingehere? 2. Cha Brown learns his lessons very well! 2 121 JVM Qllw WM, 1. "No Tito, the question mark goes after the sentence! 2. It can't be that boring. 3. z-z-z-z-z-z-z 5511! Qlufimiiilw 532m glam Nwg 9Qgfmt Qgwtgal QMM MQW 9JM QSJm.1m 'iw X . SDM Qggnw 2 123 124 nk 46 gmm Qw19efQ5QamLJL 5, g40wvQ5Lwgg awww 124536 fl Q' 'azz-y 1. And still ANOTHER Reuear picuue. l L 2.PUDGE1!! Qpovuj Qguws Qdlfuj Wu Qgoams qgyf Qggam S2360 QJIATZ Qgpawem dwaimm 8. Qgpvwmw 125 1 Wm Qffoufing C7211 1. The CN bookstore on Orientation- day. 2. The Brodhagen monster rises from the deep! 126 1 Offtflfwmnqg C2flmfzS.z1rm awww GMM tif -W F 3 w Af ' mfr" , ' N 4 Q. , , -V fr xr V' ,' . 4 -' s V ' , V , 51, k , - , , ,,, W? G nu ., 1 'Q74' V t. , ' ' 2 -Q f 7wf." 'V A - . A 'L ' FM ,, fywy' '- 4 ." , w 0 ,. 1. V, gm iq 1 5- g . V N , , M Q. ,.,, , A., , V . g, , .. . W. 5 X- if .- il " A . - , , . I K ' . " G , -ga I A, MAWM I Y I ,V , A , "" .,,, ',,r:. " j ,V , 'fx"11g.w 1 5 ,, ,, , . , af' 3 :wk ' i ' , .. W I ,Q ,, W " SZLHVIQM 930mm GQ QVJM UVIMWVM Qswwwn -'--v-an-1-N Not Pictured Trini Amador Greg Anderson Brian Cain Lonnie Dyer Vickie Frizzo Bryan Gates Chris Gutierrez Pat Lau Pat O'kane Carolyn Palmieri Iosefina Quezada Robin Reid Mike Salvato Holly Wilkey aw' 9? We rf? 1. Perry Hooks. 2. Coo1Ca11agy . . . drums reflect in his eyes. 3. The 5 Retreat picture!! 4. Miss Denley. 5. Ray Maninelli strums along . D 129 1. Senior take-over-day. 2. Mr. Crandall goes wild! 3. Harry Parducci indulges in British Lit. 4. Cathy Som- merville. 5. Kim Rice wraps up another one! ,rv , O gms Qs ' R332 .. -Q R 'S-xiii 5 131 KASSIN CHEVY Q 15 .- Q- X849 N X as f- 357 T3 F 1hT7 X 'P J ff! lip ff 6 Congratulations Graduates Class of '76 eed a bank that delivers? 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SO OMA AVENUE ' SANTA ROSA CALIFORNUA 95405 ' TELEPHONE 1 I 8 ......s.., ,,.,. ,, LARKFIELD LIQ UORS 4777 Old Redwood Hgy. No. Santa Rosa, California Al and Marge Aliano 546-3693 Complete Business and Personal Insurance Coverage M I LT BRAN DT 100 Matheson St. MILT BRANDT Healdsburg, CA JACK BRANDT Phone 433-4436 JOE BRANDT voun 'Mellini bnlmtg ,AGENT SIHVGI Ypu IIISY W 1,91 P I I 43 ' f 1 fa--nrrrr-mv-1-'vw F' 5 I1-.7 vsilll nhl 'A Ai 3 Wx , ' Mr' A - A E ! Go to It! Class of '76! PEDERSEN'S FURNITURE Santa Rosa IYIIYIQ MUBOV bonia msd THOMAS P. KONICEK. REGISTERED PHARMACIST, OWNER G H A H M A N PHARMACY "your Cgfealth is Qur Concern" EN ERAL DRUGS II71 MONTGO E DR VE PHONE 545-7711 SAN-rn RosA C LIF 95 os 115 Plaza St. Phone Healdsburg, CA 433-3357 95448 N I ETO'S WASH BURN IM PORTS RINO SERVICE Congratulates G38 - Ll1b1'iC3.IiO1'1 Lhe C1355 Of '76 Motor Tune-up - Repairs 602 Healdsburg Ave. Phone 700 Santa Rosa Ave. Santa Rosa Healdsburg, CA 433-5480 1 -S 1. Qosters Q92 FREEZE Do THE BUCKINGHAMS 543 North Cloverdale Blvd. L H' FOOD XIFOUNTAIN sPEclALTuEs 894-3211 4 PARDE 81 SON, INC. Farm Equipment Sales - Service Crawler Tractors Our Specialty New and Used Tractor Parts Case Tractors Redwood Highway S. Phone Geyserville 857-3689 5 iHEALDSBURG PAINT CENTER p D U , Dawlzfarf IIIIYSEN Wallpaper - Window Shades Complete Paint Accessories Dept. Man O'War Varnish Watco Danish Oil Tungseal Wood Stain Flecto Varathane and Humicure Krylon Spray Paint Carver Wood Finishing We Rent Floor Sanders Belt Sanders and Steam Cleaners Rug Shampooers 419 Center St. Phone Healdsburg, CA 433-1115 141 A tradition of friendly servioe, HQME BAKERY We Bake the Best . . for Our Customers taste in olotnung 344 Ph for YOUHQ fT1GI'1. 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