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Life is full of be ginnings. They occur every day and every hour to every per_ son. Loving, gentle, kind, unselfish, understanding, and pure thoughts are right b eginnings , leading to beautiful results . This i s so simple and clear, so plain, so absolutely true; and y et how neglected, evade d, and little under_ stood! But m a n c an only be a joy to him self and a blessing to others in the me asur e that he has command of him_ self. And such self command is gained only b e persistent practice. That practic e i ssue s real results . And I know those results were manifest e d in one peaceful woman we knew as Theresa Lauric e lla, "My idealism," she wrote one day , "leads me to wa nt to do so much for students ( whom I care for deeply) __ and when ' they are irre sponsible or im_ matur e (e.g. make e xcuses for them_ selves, rather than accepting their share of responsibility in failure), I feel I have failed. In other words, my ideal is to leave each girl a little b e tter for having had me. My realistic side (which normally prevails) says I'm not so wonderful that I have something to give to each girl but should do what I can for those I can reach and hope som e _ one e lse reache s the 'leftovers ." Mrs. Lauricella

And I may seek and find; I may achieve; I may not claim, but, losing, m ay retrieve The law bends not for me, but I must bend unto the law If I would reach the end of my afflictions If I would re store My soul to Light and Life And weep no more. Jam es Allen

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"I can't remember where my locker is. . "

" . . and many happy returns, Patty. " "That's right where she belongs. "

"Step one .• right foot, step two. . . left and ttu'n. "

"It's not all right . . it's blackmail! "


CONTENTS Freshmen

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Sophomores

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Faculty

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Advertisements

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Juniors

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Senior Will

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Seniors

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Gold Galavants

Who said the junior class would beat the seniors? Not the class of '73 .... the golddiggers won .... with a sneaky play .. . 7_0 . . .

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green groans

1. Juniors and seniors prepare for battle. 2. 3. 4.

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Cathy Earnhart and Pam Wood play tag? Debbie Matlock runs for her life! Charlie Brown would never believe this!


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1. Who moved? 2. "Where, oh where are the wonderful seniors. • ." 3. These seniors are such gl uttons for punishment!

The traditional Big/Little Sister Picnic to welcome the freshmen was held in August. The event, sponsored by the Student Council, was a sunny day as every_ one enj eyed the food, the games and the excitement of making new friends. By the way, the freshman class won the tug '0 war • • • •

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On a Saturday evening in late October, ]ulielme girls brought their fathers to the annual Father-Daughter Dance, sponsored by Student Council. The dance was held in the gym . They danced to the music of The Saum Brothers' Orchestra, and when they got tired of dancing, they found refreshments in the cafeteri a . Conversations, renewing old friendships, beer can p yramids, and the bunn y hop were all part of the festive evening. Miss I(aren Kleckner was the debutante of the evenin g . Then the moment everyone had been waiting for arri ved . The identity of the king was revealed. The Sugar Daddy was ivlr . MoedeI' who was attendin g the dance w ith three of his dau ghters, ivlargaret, Kathy, and] ane . The attendants were Debbie Koeni g and her father and Mary Thacker and her father.


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Anne Beach

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Mary Bohman

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Karen Clemons

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Rita Chmiel

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Dottie Fanning

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Jayne Fisher

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Joan Fisher

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Joy Hamlin

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Meg Harper

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Kendra Howard

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Jane Kronenberger

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Janice Macready

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Carole Meyer

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J(aren Roberts

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Doris Schroeder

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Kathy Sendelbach

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Ann Meyers

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Sandy Mills

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Patrice Moore

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Rita Shaw

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Katie Somsel

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Elaine Spang

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Betsy Polakowski

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Mary Rieser

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Cathy Stanley

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Beth Thomas

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Shelley Thomas

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Theres"" Belg

Chris Gondos

Karen Inm an

Cathy Reyes

Kim Brown

Brenda Rhoden

Donda Clements

Sheree Hall

Penny Jasper

Patty Penn Lori Smiley

Linda Davis

Christi Smith

C andy Elmore

Marty Walsh

Cindy Essman

Brenda Hickman

Julie Mathes

Debra Ray


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Joan Borek

Anne Fackler

Angie Harker

Gayle Miller

Laura Phillips

Emily Rench

Marianne Burneka

Pam Florea

Rachel Campbel

Sandy Foster

pebra Clark

Paula Frey

Denise Donahue

Susan Glaser

Rita Harlet

Julie Moler

Marie Kronauge

Mary Murray

Tammy Piety

Molly Raiff

Mary Ann Rich

Gerrie Douglas

Sharon Grusenmeyer

Amy McGarry

Tonya Patton 18

Pam Ramsey


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Jo an Anderson

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Kim Mondiek

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Miki Brooks

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Noreen No l a n

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Mary Ann Cook

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Josly nn Phillips

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Jossely n Cunning h am

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Ja ne Roll

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Anne Ruf

Shelly DeS antis

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Ann Schenking

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Karen Dorsten

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Karen Shearer

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Ann Shillito

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Grace Spa ne l

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Cindy Gudorf

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Betsy Hime s

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Jenny Ke ferl

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Margi e Killian

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Kathy Ko ehle r

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Doreen McLe od

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Sue Mc Willia ms

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Debra Mitchell

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Denise Boyd

Paula Brennan

Beth Burger

Chri s Chappie

Mary Ann Christensen

Michelle Cooper

Patty Davis

. Donna Evans

Julie Finke

Terri Gelhaus

Margy Keating

Lori Kline

Janet Koehler

Loretta Harris

Kris Kuntz

Carol Hehemann

Jane Hinders

Renee Laack

Connie Larger

Carole Lichty

Elaine Mauch

Debbie McGeath

Sue Moon

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Jacqueline Phillips

Anne Reddington '

Jenny Sprowl


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"Are you sure Dr. Gannon started this way?"

"Dub ••• Where's 9A?"

The pre-permanent Jane.

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"K. T."


NATIONAL THEATRE COMPANY PROUDLY PRESENTS:

Miss Lorice Stevens and Mr. George Tipton

This year, the Nationa l The ater Company presented two fantastic shows at Julienne. Both starred Lorice Stevens and George Tipton. They performed "Lincoln, Kennedy and King" and "The Gospel According to ••• collections of songs and wisdom delivered with a style and wit much appreciated by the students.


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This year 's language banquet featured a wide array of delicious foreign food and charming guests from the Amity Aide program and the American Field Service. Julienne was fortunate to have the services of Patrick, Monika, Ana Marie, Clemencia and Eugene for the year. They assisted in the t eaching of languages. The banquet was held in their honor and it proved to be a successful evening for everyone • • • the food was great • . . just ask Debbie Donahue!


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Lucretia Morrell Charlene Krimiser

M arty Mills

Monica Perkins Rosa Reyes

Donna Sipniewski

Julie Ballard Teresa Smith

Janet Behringer Cindy Thompson

Linda Bochenek Vanessa Trammell

, Phyllis Green Jeanne Weiss

Teresa Miller

Mary Schweikart Mona Moore

Karen Olinger

Rita Reichert

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Regina Branson

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Audrey Lesko

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Kathy Casey

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Cathy McShane

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Natalie Davis

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Diana Mescher

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Jane Fisher

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Maryclare Mueller

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Renee Freudenberg

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Julie Pollard

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Nancy Fulwiler

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Janet Schreier

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Chris Gentile

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Linette Siler

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Jeanette Gillespie

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Jenny Smith

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Kathy Hagan

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Lyna Spriggs

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Mary Huels

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Teresa Stephens

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Kinra Hummons

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Carolyn Tankersley

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Linda Jette

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Kathy Visinger

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Gary Knowles

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Julie Anderson

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Cathy Ivory

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Rita Ballman

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Tonya James

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Mary Beach

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Lisa Keely

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Mary Ann Borek

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Mary Keller

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Cindy Caulfield

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Gail Kidd '

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Crystal Coleman

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Patty Koerner

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Marie Condron

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Patty Marlow

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Debbie Cull

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Joyce Merkle

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Suzanne Fankhauser

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Teresa Oborne

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23. Leslie Graule

Mary Ann Rataiczak

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Martha Grismer

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Sandy Shawan

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Rosalind Hines

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Rachel Smith

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Cynthia Holliday

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Ava Webb

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Beth Bergman

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Kay Meehan

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Brenda Boeckman

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Teresa Menscik

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Kathy Borchers

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Kathy Moore

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Maureen Coogan

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Stephanie Ray

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Pam Dugan

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Chris Schierloh

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Vanessa Frison

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Kim Sell

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Margaret Gordon

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Anita Sherm an

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Kathy Grusenmeyer

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Debbie Shockley

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Valerie Janecki

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Laurie Statton

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Gretchen Klopf

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Toni Trapp

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Julie Kobes

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Leigh Ann Tunney

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Julie Kraska

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Becky Walter

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Clarissa McGhee

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Drema Foster

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Dorothy Bailey

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Michelle Sampson

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Karen Borchers

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Loretta Schaeffer

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Toni Boykin

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Debbie Sekella

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Teresa Branson

13. Connie Lawton

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Pat Strutton

S. Nancy Crosby

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Micki Walter

6. Jocelyn Gist

15. Liz Mercuri

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Theresa Williams

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Gail Goodwin

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Patsy Rankin

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Brenda Simpson

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Peggy Behrman

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Mary Brown

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Renee Brown

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Rose Ann Carroll

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Miche le Dunsky

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Sue Incze

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Kathy Kuntz

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Sue Le hmkuhle

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Cindy Luken

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Karla Reichert

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Jolene Fox

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Jeanne Goode

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Karen Hickey

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Debra Rose

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Maggie Maloney

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Pat Schwab

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Lois Mesch er

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Peggy Sullivan

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Anne Nordyke

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Paula Smith

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Sue Overman

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Maryann Wagner

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Margie Wartinger


1 You deserve a break today. So skip out and get away •••


One tun a sandwich-hold the tuna!

Sir, would y ou like to order the speci a l for tod ay-a rtificial ~onkey meat?


SABA PRESENTS:

If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who pro- ' fess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters.

-Frederick Douglass


BLACK WEEK

"Be convinced Sable Sister , that the past is n o forbidd en vista upon which w e dare not look . â&#x20AC;˘ . Rather the past is an omni scient mirror: we gaze and see . . . what we used to be, what we are today, h ow we go t this way, and what we are becoming . " -ElcIridge Cleaver


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CHAMINADE CHEERLEADERS - 1972-73 Julie Anderson Joyce Dorsey Stephanie Mitrisin Jane Moeder . Kathy Moeder Carol Moosebrugger Laurel Staton Exciting Athletic Gracious Lovely . Enthusiastic Spirited 37


Foreign Language Language this year took a new twist. It is sti ll French, German, Spanish and Latin. Instead of the traditional teaching method of one teacher lecturing to 30 students, the student took the responsibility of conquering a foreign l anguage on her (his) own. It wasn't complete independence. Amity aids helped the students learn. Monika came from Switzerland, Patrick from Belguim. Ana i'vlaria was from Uruguay. Eugene was from France. Clemencia came from Columbia. i'vliss Horvath was the moderator for this new program.

GQAA Luck


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Another grueling day at the office!

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INTER-CLUB COUNCIL ASSEMBL Y

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Inter Club Council presented, for the benefit of the under classme n, skits of the various clubs. SABA , Drill team, Language club, Glee Club, JCOWA , GAA were all represented . Drill team performed to a tune that helped them place fourth in the Madison Inv itational. SABA showed wha t it meant to be a black woma n. Everi with a ll the technical difficulties, the skits were quite funny.


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The first Si sters of No tre D ame de Nam ur arrived in Cincinnati, Ohio on November 1, 1840 . By 1849 , th e first house of the Sisters was ope n in D ayton , Ohio. Parochal g r ade schools and the Notr e D ame Academ y , located at th e corner of Fr anklin and Ludlow Sts., were established , Th e a cademy g r ad uated 383 gir l s between the years of 1890 and 1927 . The c ornerston e for Villa Julienne was l aid in Novemb er , 1925, A b out 550 g irls wer e enrolled in the fir st year and 65 g irls c omposed the fir st grad u a ting class in 1928 . The school building was awarded a special citati on for its architectme in 1928, In 1960, , a wi ng w ith four classrooms on th e second floor was added to the south side of the cafeteria, The chape l was remode l ed as was the wh o le first floor . Th e parking lot was sold in 1966 and a section of l and facing Forest Ave nue went i n 1968, As of thi s year, 7,836 gir l s have graduated from Julienne Hig h Sch oo l. In October, 1972, word came out that a new school wo uld be formed by merging a ll- boy Chaminade and all-girl Julienne and it wo uld b e called C h aminade- Julienne or C- J . Sister A rill Christopher S, N , D, was appo inted the positio n of exec uti ve director, and plans were beg un, June saw the re a l beg inning , The cafeteria underwent a new change. Cooking , sewing , and clothing r ooms were built, and of course, the necessar y "equipment" i s now being inst a lled, The natur'e of classes h as be en wide ned to include vocational and technilogi c a l field s a lo ng with the usual busine ss and a cademic. The name, Julienne, continues yet everything will b e different, But no matter what , th e memories that the be autiful red-bricked building h o lds wi ll rem a in.


superstars SR. ANN CHRISTOPHER GNAU Administrator "God draws the Sister (of Notre Dame) t.o Himself in and through her work . . . "

SR . RUTH ANN BANGE Vice Principal "He who knows nothing, loues nothing. He who can do nothing, understands nothing He who understands nothing is worthless. But he who understands also loues, no tices, and sees . .. The more knowledge is inherient in a thing, the greater the loue ...

- Pearacelsus


MRS. DORIS McWILLIAMS Office Manager "Better a good excuse, than none at all. " - Canden

MRS. MARIL YN KRAMER Attendance Cler!? "Late, late, so late.' But we can enter still.' Too late, too late.' Ye cannot enter now.'

MRS. CATHERINE COLLINS Records C ler!? "Powered by infectious, dy namic enthusiasm, one frequentl y achieves what had seemed impossible. "


"Education dOes not mean teaching people what they do not know . .. It is a painful, continual and difficult work to be done by kindness, by watching, by warning, by precept, and by praise, but aboue all - by examp l e. " - Ruskin

SR. CLOTILDA McCURDY Clothing, Foods "There are many forms of success, many forms of triumph. But there is no other success that in any shape or way approaches that which is open to most of the many, many men and women who haue the Tight ideals. These are the men and women who see that it is the intimate and homely things that count most. " - Teddy Rooseuelt 56


MR . RICHA RD ANDR E Bu sin es s M anager "I h op e I shall aILeays p osse s s firmn ess and v irtu e en ouf{ h to main ta in lchot I con sid er th e m os t em 'ia ble of all titles, th e chara ct er of an "Hon est Man. " - Washin .~ t o n MR S. SUE CUB UR N H om e E conomi cs "Peace and res t at length haL'e co m e. A ll th e da y's lonf{ toi l is pa s t : And each h eart is lchisp ering , " H om e. H om e at la s t .''' - H oo d S R . S TELL A M A RIE BECK Math " Th e h op e of ano th er life gi L'e s us courage to m ee t our OLe n d ea t h . and to bear wi th the d ea th of our loved on es: we are t w ice arm ed if Ic e tif{ h t lei th fa ith . " - Plato


MIS:i LINDA DEPPEN ,..,'e cre tarial :i taff "I shall not pass this ll'ay again. Any p:ood thing' that I can do, or any I~ indn e ss that I can shOLl' , le t m e d() it nOLl'.' Let me not d efer it or n e,!!,lec t it. ForI shall not pa:;s this lcay again. " - :iteph en Grellel MR:i. MAR)' ANN

RUUTLEDGE R e i ig ion "Fear not that thy life shall come to an end , but rather fear that it :;ho II neL'e r haue a begin nin,[1,路. " -J. H. N e Lcman

SR. RO:iE LURETTA PU WERS En,~' li:;h

"Yes, I have had thoughts and knowledge here and there. But this is one though t that has impressed me. Wisdom is not communicable. The wisdom which a wise man tries to Communicate alway s sounds Joolish, " - Siddartha Herman Hess e


FATHER JAMES MACDONALD Theolog y «Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the euidence of things not seen. " - Hebrews. XI

MISS CHRIS LONG English «To belieue in God is to lay down together our minds to rest a while, while we mind one another 's think. " Lng. - Pintauro


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MISS DOLLY GOSCENSKI English ÂŤWhen life itself seems lunatic, who knows where madness lies? Perhaps to be too practical is madness. To surrender dreams - this may be madness. To seek treasure where there is only trash. Too much sanity may be madness. And maddest of all, to see life as it is and no t as it shou ld be. " - Man of LaMancha MR. TOM FINKE Biology "The road goes ever on and on. Down from the door where it came. Now far ahead the road has gone. And I must follow, if I can, persuing it with eager feet, until it meets some larger way where many paths and errands meet. And wither then? I cannot say. " - J.R . R . To lken


SR. ALMA GROLLIG English "I than!? y ou God for this most amaz ing da y for the leaping greenly spirits of frees and a blue true dream of sky and for every thing which is natural which is infinate which is y es " .,- e.e. cummmgs MISS THERESA KILLIAN History "I know what I have given you I do not know what you have received. " - Antonio Porchia

MR. ROBERT SAMMON English "A life is too short ended; So what that life will be, And what I write upon the pages, is solely up to me.''' - Francis Lois Vaugn

MRS. GENEVIEVE BURSON Learning Center "Do no t walk in front of me, I may not follow . Do not walk behind me - I may not lead. Walk beside me and be my friend . " MRS. ALMA BROERMAN Government, Economics "Do not worry about a bridge until y ou have to cross it. "


MISS KATHY HIGGINS Biology, Phy siology ((You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here ..And whether or no t it is clear to you, no doub t the universe is unfolding as it should. Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be, and whatever your labors and ~s足 pirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep peace with your soul. With all its sham, drudgreyand broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. " -Max Ehrman

MISS GINNY LINK Religion ((Involvement with people is always a very delicate thing it requires real maturity to become involved and not get all mess.e d up. " - Bernard Cooke


:iR. MARJURIe :iUTTMILLER :iR. HELEN MARIE BECK Accounting "Talk is cheap because the supply is greater than the demand. " MR:i. KATHLEEN DA VI:i T yping I "Never give up; giving up is like letting go of a live pre server when you are almost saved.''' - Hunting SR . MARY JANE ZINCK Science "Be it DECREED that now what counts is the Truth that now what co unts is Life Everything will be permitted .. Only one thing is forbidden: to live without loving. "

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SISTER ANNA MARIE MILLER Art I, II, III Art, as far as it is able, follows nature, as a pupil imitates his master; thus y our art must be, as it were, God 's grandchild. Dante "Inferno" .

! MRS. JANICE ARDNER Math It's easy to cry that y ou're beaten and die, It's easy to crawfish and crawl, But to fight and to fight when hope 's out of sight, Why, that's the best game of them all; And though yo u come out of each grueling bout All broken and beaten and scarred Just have one more try. It's dead easy to die, It 's the keeping on living that 's hard. "The Quitter " Robert W . Service.

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MISS ROSE GYSPERS General Music , Glee Club "Music should striue free from the heart of man and bring tears from the eyes of woman. JJ

MR. PATRICK BENS Language "And laue their dear emotion was their generation's god. JJ

SR. ANN ELIZABETH CORNWELL Learning Center "God be thanked for books, they are the uoices of the distant and 路 the 路 dead, and make us heirs of the spiritual life of past ages. JJ


MRS. ANN WILL Guidance "People are lonely . becau se they build walls instead of . bridges "

MR . RICK KLECKNER MRS. MARTHA DUFFY Guidance, Psychology Guidance, Math "Work is love made visible. And if "Serenity and you cannont work with love but only joy fulness are with di staste, it is better that yo u the sun under should leave y our work and sit at the which everygate of the temple and take alms of thing those who work withjoy . " thriv es. " MRS. PAULA BEACH Business "Sometimes behind angry words there is the need for communication. " MRS. ARDYCE VANOS S Physical Education "It matters not ho w long we live, but HOW. " 66


MISS ANNA MARIE ALCAlDE Language "Love is seeing the first daffodil in springtime, covered with dew, and wondering how God could make anything so perfect and beautiful. Love is seeing a bird fly and wishing that you could also fly and see the world as a magnificent total world. For this beaut), and this Love - words are inadeqLwte. And because of this, you can never completely share it. " -Dale

MISS GAIL HORVATH ' French, German "Today is the first day of the rest of your life. "

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MRS. RUBY LONG Librarian "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent. " -Author unknown

JACK BECKA Peace Studies "Remember, you are a child of the universe; no less than the trees and the stars, you have a right to be here. " - and so do they. -Max Ehrmann

VINCE McKEL VEY Peace Studies "De mortius nil nisi bonum. " (Say nothing but good of the dead . - Kurt Vonnegut ' "In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. In the land of the insane, the half-wit is hanged. " - Walt Kelly


SISTER ALBERTA ROHRKEMPER Engli sh "There are three things that last: faith, hope, and laue; and the greatest of these is laue. " - 1 Cor. 13: 13

SISTER VIRGINIA EFKEMAN Piano, organ ((One step at a time. " - St. Julie Billiart

SISTER RITA KURRY Reading, English 69

((Books are the seruice stations of the mind. " - Lillian Gray


EUGENE JEANNE French, Latin Even in the darkest of your days, there will always be someone trying to bring you some light, however dim it is.

MR . DA VID ZUBELIK Social Studies "Without, or with offense to friends or foes, I sketch your world exactly as it goes. " - Byron SISTER CAROL LICHTENBERG Biology, Physical Science "I am no t afraid of tomorrow For I have seen yesterday And I love today!"- White


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SISTER DONNA MARIE JURICK Speech Communication, Theology "Loue, then, consists in this: not that we haue loued God, bu t that he has loued us and has sent his Son as an offering for our sins . .. , We must haue the same loue for one another." - I John 4:10-11

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MRS. BETTY NAUGHTON Stenography, English "Be yourself. Especially do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about loue; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is perennial as the grass. " - Max Ehrmann


MRS. AL VINA SHEPHERD MRS. EVA CLARK MRS. BETTY HORVORD MRS . GRACE HARKER Cafeteria Staff "Have you had a kindness shown? Pass it on; 'T was not given for thee alone, Pass it on; Let it travel down the years, Let it wipe another 's tears, 'Til in heaven the deed appears Pass it on. " - Rev. Henery Burton ,

SR. MARTHA LOGES Bookstore "Laws die, Books never. " - Bulwer-Lytton 72


MR. QUINCY BURNS MR. CHARLES HOLLIS Custodial Staff "For the cause that lacks assistance, The wrong that needs resistance, For the future in the distance, And the good that I can d o. "

- George Linnaeus Banks MRS. WINNIE SA YER MRS. RUTH BURKHART Cafeteria "Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for a kindness. " - Seneca

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The Alumnae of Julienne held a banquet and reunion in lvla y of 1973. It began with a benediction in the a uditorium. The kneelers that are use during assem blies to prop feet upon were finally used for kneeling . Everyone then congregated in the cafeteria to talk about the past, present, and future. People saw friends which the y had not seen in many years. A fantastic dinner was served. A toast was given to Julienne. Toast are only proper with champagne but the youngsters in the class of '73 had to toast with punch. Glee Club members entertained with songs of the past. Fina lly Jill Adam accepted the pledge for the class of 1973 as alumnae.

"The food was never this good when w e went to school here"

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The rain did not dampen the spirit of this year 's Mother-Daughter tea. Talking circles were spread throughout the cafeteria with mothers making friends and members of the class of '73 seeing their friends for the upteenth time. Naturally, for a Mother-Daughter tea punch, cookies and t ea were served. Everyone had a jolly good time.

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Kim Catlett

Maureen Hickey

Ann Bolton

Karen Strader Marcia Patton Joan Kunnen Barb Huels Mary Ann Conner Linda Tracey

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Jill Nagy

Carol Marcey

Janae Condy

Mary Lou Michel Cheri Roth

Karen Hemmelgarn

Becky Nevius Angie McWilliams

Melissa Davis Helen Saluke

DOlma Hess

Theresa Ochs

Diane Gentile Faye Schroeder

Diane Menker

Patricia Lucas

Suzanne Olmly

Diane Grefer Joan Sutphin Linda Mauch

Michelle Mann Linda Grefer

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Toya Boykin

Leslie Burgess

Debbie Grusenm eyer

Helen Mundell

Debbie Chappie

Liz Harper

Janice Parker

Cindy Scherack

Cindy Schuman

Sally Rankin

Brenda Crim

Sharon Igle

Elizabeth Reed

Amy Schmitz

Susan Smith

Cheryl Washington

Denise Bunn

Lisa Reid

Mary Beth Schroer

Pattie Sullivan

Sue Standish

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Jane Beach

Nanette Buchanan

Diane Fa lter

Babs Boltz

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Kathy G arrison

Suzy Hager

Marianna Harris

Terry Heil

Diane Hodapp

Sue Kronauge

Sue Raterman

Miche lle Page

Betty Shea

Patty Mannix

Becky Roll

Anne Kle ibecker

Janice Rambow

Karen Brockman

Tracey Brooks

Mary Beth Fischer

Teri Holtvoight

Kathy Janowiecki

Pat McLaughlin

Regina Shay

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Debbie Farris

Fran Kraska

Mari Overwein

Melissa Ramsey

Juanita Belg

Sally Fisher

Dana Lee

Denise Peasant

Cindy Rogers

Sharon Clark

Janice .Hakemoller

Becky Morton

Anna Pettitt

Patti Sheehan

Kathy Dabney

LaTanya Huffman

Kathy Myers

Donna Puthoff

Connie Summers

Angie Eason

Donnetta Johnson

Mary Ann Nowak

Judy Quinn

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Patty Korff

Becky Nichols

Ellen Duffley

Pam Comer

Helen Roalef

Virginia Lehman

Marguerita Quintana

Laurie Greany

Janice Davis

Lynn Trouy

Karen Rose

Vicky Luken

Teresa Grimme

Nancy Dawicke.

Susie Woeste

Penny Schmitz

Ann Metzger

Adele Rapelye

Debbie Hagan

Joyce Dorsey

Marguerita Torres

Pam Wood

Phyllis Schock

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This p ast ye ar, th e g il'ls of Julienne challenged th e b oys of Chaminade to a basketball game. I t was agree d th at the g irls wo uld recieve four points for e very b asket and the b oys the norm a l t wo . It was a good game up to the e nd and the final score told a ll- - 5456--in favor of the girls !


Records on the wall.

111ey kept telling us that Senior Day would really be something â&#x20AC;˘ . . They said we ' d saved the best ' til last â&#x20AC;˘ . . and w e had. Seniors turned the cafeteria into a record hop-complete with a juke-box pony-tailed boppers and the T~en Angel. They could have danced all day-and most of them did! "One o'clock, two o ' clock, three o'clock rock.

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"Hi, I'm teen-angel. "

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Plot • . . Plot. • • Plot • • • Leaping tall buildings in a sing le bound.

"Driver's ed. at Julienne. "


Prom 73 "Memories" "Memories • . . pressed between the pages of my mind .• " May S-the Dayton Mall-new dresses-tuxes-flowers-dinnerGandolf-slow dances- ba1conies-laughing-friends-Shelleystaircases-your best friend's brother-being nervous-dancingpictures-new shoes-not wanting to go home-parties-breakfast-waking up • . • Prom 73.


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Lynn Kramer-Dave Scherack

Terri Holtvoigt- Jeff Ballman

Patty Larger-Don Hoendorf

Vicki Luken- Jim Borland

Lora Mechenbier- Joe Black

Kathy Moeder- Dick Christensen

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Chaminade's final Memorial Hall Spring Concert was held on May 17, 1973. Julienne and St. Joseph Glee Clubs were invited to perform also. Miss Rose Gysbers directed Julienne while Mr. Eifert directed St. Joseph's Glee Club. Brother Bruce Griffin conducted Chaminade's symphonic band; Brother Jim Pera was in charge of Chaminade's Glee Club . The

Chaminade Jazz Lab band was led by Mr. Quatman. Greg Tantum from WING was Master of Cere monies. Music ranged from "Sabbath Prayer" ... "Impossible Dream" . .. "Sailor's Alleluia" . . . "One Tin Soldier" ... to the "Battle Hymn of the Republic. "


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"I finally made Junior Prom • • . " "Says who ••• "

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I, Anne Battes, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath lamb leavings to Rick Kleckner. I, Anonymous, being of sound mind and bod y , do hereby bequeath m y government packets to Judy Quinn. I, Sandy Beatty, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y lack of card playing time to Gerri Douglas. I, Elsie Bedell, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my ability to stay calm and collected while performing in public to Janice Dorsey . I, Julie Biga , being of sound mind and body , do hereb y bequeath one doughnut to Mary Tom Trouy . I, Brenda Blake, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y humor to Jackie Wilkerson . I, Maria Bole , being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath all my tardy slips to Cathy Ivory. I, Marilyn Brooks, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath m y driving skills to Cindy Scherack (good luck). I, Sharon Lynn Broughton, being of sound mind and bod y , do hereby bequeath a new pair of knee socks and a pair of rubber bands to hold th e m up to Juanita Maria Be lg. I, Mary Brown, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my gym suit, gym shoes, all bruises, and all sore muscles I have obtained over the years to Kathy Deshaine . I, Dianne Burroughs, b e ing of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y last penny to Lisa Reid for that Lincoln that she always rapped about, and to Kim Brown a nd Dawn Jameson (card proteges') my ability to maintain my "cool" in the most exasperating situations . I, Liz C ampbe ll, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath all the trials and tribulations of being a senior to Nancy Dawicke. I, K~thy Campbell, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my confiscated squirt gun to Annie Robers. I, Dorian Choice, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my saddles to Clarissa McGhee . I, Connie Cleary, being of sound mind and body, do hereby b e queath my forged early dismissals to Sue Kronauge. I, Annette Couture, being of sound mind and body , do here by bequeath my leaky squirt gun to Mrs. Broerman. I, Rhonda Davis , being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath myoId gym suit to Melissa Davis.

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I, Dee-De Dillingham, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my big legs to Donnetta Johnson. I, Pam Dillon, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my black hand to Dianne Hodapp. I, Dino Bino, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y toasts to Great Western Champag ne to Kathy Begley, some wild action. I, Jan Di x , being of sOlmd mind and bod y , do hereby bequeath m y empty pack of Salems to Lind a Bocheneck. I, M aria Dodaro, being of sOlmd mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y General Business book to Julie Moler. I, Beth Doll, being of sound mind and bod y , do hereb y bequeath m y sense of humor and m y Hara Arena button nwnber 97 to Cy nthia Ro gers . I, Debbie Drug a, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath what study habits I had to Terry Williams. I, vV anda Dulsky, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my government grade s to Mrs. Broerman. I, Cathy Earnhart, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath a ll m y empty beer cans to Diane Genti le. I, Jud y Eby , a prominent member of Tenor Tactics, Inc., being of sound mind and body, do her eby bequeath m y reputation to m y protege, Ann Bolton, m y squirt gun and a water fountain to Sr. Ruth Ann, Sr. Anna lVlarie to Dee Sanderson, Sr. Donna to her "Heavenly Father" since she always seems to be minding his business instead of her own, and last but not least, I b e queath my own personal self forever and ever to m y favorite little nun. Long may she be "blessed'" I, Irene Eckert, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath m y purple shoes with crimson soles and crimson lining to Linda Burson who 'll be doing alot of truckin' in the years ahead. I, Nina Ford, being of sound mind and bod y , do hereby bequeath m y brains and personality to Bonnie and Kim. I, Mindy Finke, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath m y dark corner backstage to m y little sister Julie. I, Marie Fortini, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my French speaking ability to Ann Donovan. I, Mary Ann Geglein, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y government notes to Becky Nichols. I, Mary Glaser, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my hospital shoes to Patty Marlow. I, Marsha Gibson, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my abi lity for looking good to Belinda Clements .

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I, Debbie Goecke, being of sound mind and bod y, do hereby bequeath my beautiful wh ite skin to Sharon Jackson. I, Sharon Goubeaux, being of sound mind and body , do hereby b equeath my class rank to Sue Goubeaux, to keep it in the family. I, Hazel Green, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my brother to Marlena Hall, better known as lonesome. I, Sue Griffin, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath m y 1. D. to Linda Btu'son, so she can be "legally admitted" to bars. I, Tess Gunther, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my drill team uniform to Phyllis Shock with the hope that one day she ' ll be able to fill it out. I, Barb Hartmann, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath a ll m y Frost and Tip kits and Toners to Judy Quinn, to repair her racing stripes for wh ich I was partly responsible. I, Candy Harvey, being of sound mind and body , do hereby b e queath my g lasses to Denise Boyd, so she can quit running into the cafeteria wa lls. I, Cindy Heberling, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath m y gre at Spanish Ab ility to Cindy Kreitzer. I, Diane Hosfeld, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath m y scarred knee-caps to )v!ary Beth Fisher. I, Janet Hudson, being of sound mind and body , do hereby beque ath my quiet mouth to Dianne Hodapp. I, Brenita Jackson, bei ng of sound mind and body, do hereb y bequeath a ll my tardy slips and my neat locker to Debra Mitche ll, m y littlest little sister. I, Sharon Ja ckson, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath all my blackness to Debbie Goecke. I, Patti Johnston, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my dustrag and broom to Ann Bolton, better known as "The Neat Freak. " I, Rosalyn Jones , being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y pants girdle for any loose fat to Pam Wood. I, Joan Keller, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath Nielson to Marilyn Atkins. I, Rosie Kenison, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my car keys to Linda Burson, so she can flood my car.

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I, Barb Kerkhoff, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my Algebra II book and worrying to Penny Schmitz. I, Sue Kunnen, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my "Holy" uniform to Joan Kunnen. I, Margie LaForsch, being of sound mind and body , do h e reby bequeath The Happy Vulture Club to anyone w ho can take the chop-up. I, Patty Larger, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath the title "Foamer" to Connie Larger. I, Jody Lentz, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y love for Marshee Malts to Diane Gentile , so she loses that flat stomach . I, Debbie Loper, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y t yping projects to anyone dumb enough to use them. I, Eileen Maloney , being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y Chemistry notebook to m y sister, Maggie; she lll need it. I, Jenny Mannarine , being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath Mrs. Broermanls government packets to to Melissa Davis. I, Mary Marsico, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my Algebra notebook to Barb Kerkhoff. I, Mary Mathes, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my empty beer cans to Julie Mathes. I, Colette Matray, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath all m y fantastic algebra grades to Vicki Luken. I, Lora Mechenbier, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath m y squirt gun to Terry Liddy . I,. Julie Merkle, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y empty eve rything to m y Sister, Joyce . I, Barb Meyer, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath m y oId JHS uniform and saddles to Patty Gondos, my little sis. I, Stef Mitrisin, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my love for Reesce Cups to my little sister, Jane Hinders. I, Margaret Anne Moeder, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my charm <:\nd personality to m y two otherwise perfect sisters.

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I, Ann Moore , being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath a crow bar to anyone who wou ld attempt to pry Jill Nagy and Janice Hakemoller apart . I, Carol Moosbrugger, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my big fat mouth to Joy ce Dorsey, cuz she ' s so shy . I, Mary Lou Okuly, being of sound m ind and body, do hereby bequeath m y acting experience to Jill Adam. I, Francine Osborne, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my deck of cards to Nancy Crosby hoping she will learn how to play. I, Susie Ponichtera , being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my Parker pen to Lois Mescher for all the writing she has left to do and the cotton from m y aspirin bottle to cushion the writing callouses on her hands. I, Jane Poppa, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my grea t tennis ability to Mrs. Van Oss. I, Susie Prier, being of solmd mind and body , do hereby bequeath a trumpet to Margie Gordon. I, Denise Quinn, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my fetal pig and dissecting tools to Karen Boyer. I, Patty Quinn, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath m y enthusiasm in BOE to Sue Wi lliamson. I, Diane Reichert, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my job at Rite Aid to Pam Wood--good luck. I, Karen Renwick, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath a copy of "Dr. Spock 's Child Care" to Ivtts . Mary Ann Routledge. I, Shelley Roof, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my ragged uniform to Sandy Wolff. I, Nancy Schrim l Brick, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath m y University of Da yton football tickets of Jane Beach who knows how to use them! I, Paula Seitz, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my kit for higher education to Linda Burson. I, Peggy Sitzman, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath m y bottomless .beer mug to Lora Mechenbier. I, Becky Smith, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath the roaches in my locker to Rachel Smith, to start a new colony down at C-J High if they don't already have enough. I, Melanie Sobieski, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my Polish arm band to Peggy O'Regan.

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I, Peggy Somsel, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath the gathering of old papers to Ava Webb. I, Cynthia Sotherland, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my magnificent brains to Marcia Patton.

I, Ann Spatz, being of sound mind and body , do hereby bequeath my broken-in gym shoes to someone who has every kind of shoes but broken-in ones, Shelley Roof. I, Karen Stader, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my rambling Rambler to A. J. Jones. I, Barb Stanley, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my loud voice and understanding personality to Pam Lingg--my quiet little buddy. I, Cindy Stewart, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath m y rockets to Becky Nevius . I, Mary Stoermer, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my half of the Kansas City Bomber story for publication to Kathy Garrison. I, Gay le Stoffregan, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my brother, Bob, to the girls of the class of '76, so he'll have someone to take care of him wh en I'm gone . I, Ellen Strukamp, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my long hair to Linda Burson so she doesn't have to grow her own. I, Stella Szymanski, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath everything I own that is pink to Brenda Crim because she is half sissy . I, Jackie Tann (J. T.), being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my car (whee) to Joselyn Cunningham to be a hot runner like me. I, Mary Thacker, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath "Bertha" to Anne Kleibecker. I, Patricia Thomas, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath all my wigs to Belinda Clements. I, Vanessa Thomaston, being of sound )11ind and body, do hereby bequeath my air conditioned blouses to Candy Hummons. I, Bonnie Tobe, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath my ability of double plays at first base to Marie Kraska. I, Mary Tom Troy, being of sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath a morning cup of coffee to Julie Kay Biga.

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The 1973 Julienne graduation exercise was the finale for the close of the year. 168 seniors received what they had struggled for since 1969. Reverend Pointer distributed the certified diplomas to the graduates blessed by Father MacDonald. Of course as tradition states the senior class president could choose rather or not to give a speech. Jill Adam, 1973 senior class president gave a brief but moving speech to her classmates . An alumnae, Mary Leonard Kramer explained to the graduates the benefits Julienne has given them. A special tribute by the audience was given to the graduates in the form of a standing ovation. Tears, joy and relief followed.

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Profile for Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School

Julienne High School Yearbook 1973  

Julienne High School Yearbook 1973 Dayton, Ohio

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Julienne High School Yearbook 1973 Dayton, Ohio

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