Agoura High School - Quixotian Yearbook (Agoura Hills, CA)
- Class of 1981
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row: Laura Schwake, Kerrie Lupi, Kris Bratzier,
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row: Kristen Irwin, Alicia Hawkins, Beth Marits, Dana
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Dear friends, teachers, students and Fresh-
The reason for my immense popularity and
number of followers is the group of people
on the opposite page, Student Council.
This year, council has been responsible for
many activities, and to list them all would
take up this whole page. To thank all ot the
responsible people would not only be long,
but also extremely emotional for me. l'lI
save my tears for graduation. There are a
few people that deserve special recogni-
tion, though. Today's Rumor of the Week is
about Holly Atkinson, the best Commis-
sioner of Communications ever. It is ru-
mored that Holly is secretly in love with
Bob Gates and that they plan to elope to
the Far East and start a Japanese Soap
Opera. Dana Brody, the poster-making
Commissioner 'of Publicity, deserves spe-
cial recognition of merit, so a special,
"Thanks, I love you" is dedicated just to
her. One day l'll be President of the United
States and l'Il beg the 1980-81 Student
Council to be my Cabinet. My Presidential
advisor will be James Christiansong Mr. C.
to all of you. I thank him, especially for his
patience and guidance, never have I met a
nicer man. This year has been special for
me. Being chosen to be the leader of this
school brought many responsibilities my
way. I look back on this year and believe it
a success, three other guys have pierced
their ears, the spirit of Agoura is "sky
high", and I almost fell in love. The ones
that deserve the most thanks are the mem-
bers of the Agoura student body. Not only
did they accept a lunatic for a president,
but they made him feel like a leader be-
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The most powerful group of individuals in almost any school
district is the Board of Education. Yet when you look back over
this school year you probably won't even recognize the names
of this influencial group. You may recall, however, some of the
important measures which were passed under this year's board.
Some of these include using the CTBS test as a proficiency test,
setting the activities fees at S55 and 375, and replastering the
swimming pool. As the student representative this year it was
my job to inform you, the students, of the Board's decisions and
express your opinions to them. I hope as you look back, you
look with understanding and favor on the Board's decisions.
Student Representative to
the School Board
Above-Superintendent Ken Osborne. Below, clockwise from top left: Mr. Ralph Kuhn, Dr. Ken Osborne, Mr. Martin Birdt, Mrs. Sally
Schneider, Mrs. Alice Stelle, Mrs. Joann White.
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Mr. Bob Ross is the principal of Agoura High
School. To list Mr. Ross's many obligations
and duties at Agoura would require more
space than is available. Suffice to say that
the final authority at Agoura rests with Mr.
Ross. For instance, during this year the
school board was concerned about the sen-
ior's test scores. Mr. Ross took it upon him-
self to go about to senior's classes and ex-
plain the situation to each individual senior.
That exemplifies Mr. Ross's concern and
dedication to his position.
Concerning this school year, Mr. Ross is es-
pecially appreciative of the reaction of the
student body to the campus changes that
have occured. He tells that the year has
gone well, and points specifically to the re-
newed success of our athletic teams and the
improved tests scores. He can count that as
a personal victory. The entire school can
appreciate Mr. Ross.
Right,"'Ginny Aide-Mr. Ross secre-
tary andla lady who keeps things
running at Agoura like clockwork.
One will probably be surprised to find that it
is not the standard, "High School Assistant
Principal speech to the senior class in the
Yearbook." ln fact, it is not even being writ-
ten by the Assistant Principal. It is however
being written about the Assistant Principal.
Everyone sees Mr. Bathgate around cam-
pus, but very few probably know what it is
that he actually does. Actually, this school
could not function without Mr. Bathgate's
diligent work. He is in charge of the curricu-
lum and plans the master schedule at
Agoura. He has the unenviable task of evalu-
ating the staff and hiring the classified per-
sonnel fcustodians, gardeners, cafeteria
workersl, not to mention the tact that he
must balance the school budget. Our thanks
to Mr. Bathgate.
Above - Assistant Principal Don Bathgate
Below - Mr. Bathgate's secretary, Theresa Dickson
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The Problem -Solvers
The Agoura High School Counselors play a very important role in every student's life. They provide
information to students regarding High School graduation requirements, college entrance requirements,
career information, financial aid information, and college entrance examination information.
They meet vvith students individually to discuss personal problems and academic problems, goals and plans
for High School and after High School.
They meet with parents and students who are having dificulties academically or school adjustment problems.
They act as resorce to teachers with regard to individual students. Last of all they handle program change
requests and course selections fro the coming school year.
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CHARGER CLUB-To promote interest and participation in athletic programs at Agoura High.
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P.F.C.-The P.F.C.'s main intent is to the faculty student activities and
keeping a line of communication between home and school.
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MUSIC BOOSTERS-A support all music programs of and at Agoura High
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Mrs. Rogowski is our new librarian this year,Iand she is doing a finejob. She
helps the Agoura students find the resources that each student needs at any
time. We are very happy to welcome her to our staff.
Mrs. Helland is the library clerk. She has been with us for five years now. Her job
is processing magazines and books, overdue notices, text books, and audio-
visual equipment. She has always worked for us, and we are lucky to have her.
The nice lady in the Student Store is Mrs. King. li you have ever needed school
supplies or tickets to activities or practically anything else, l'm sure you found
her very helpful.
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Theresa O'Ftoarke. 3-Theresa Weir. 4-The picture speaks for itself.
LEFT TO RIGHT Cheryl Williamson Penny Lambach Helen Drisiane, Manager Dorothy Lawson, Fran Fringer, and Herminia Risdon.
With the exception of a few very lost people, everyone is probably
aware that we again have a cafeteria on our campus. For you
Sophomores and Juniors having a cafeteria on campus is a totally
new experience, because we haven't had one for the past two
years. For you Freshmen, everything is a totally new experience.
The Seniors are the only ones who can remember having a cafete-
ria, and everyone is very appreciative of the one we have now. The
entire cafeteria staff has done a great job all year and it's nice to
have good food at a good price on campus again.
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Senior Favorite Classification: Bookworm
Name: Tessa Bennett
Birth Date: 05-24-63
Senior Bookworm Comment:
"I learned to read when I was three years old-and I haven't
taken my nose out of a book yet! l've been sighted running
laps in P.E. with a book in my hand, which did not endear
me to the teacher!"
Name: non Blum
Birth Date: 03-24-ea Q
Senior Bookworm Comment: "Beware of the man of one
book." Quoted from Isaac D' Israeli-Curiosities of Literature
Senior Favorite Classification: Most Spirited
Name: Alicia Hawkins
Birth Date: 03-25-63
Name: Captain Agoura fAIias-Dominick Anninol
Birth Date: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Senior Most Spirited Comments: "We owe it all to clean
living, milk, 'and a loud mouth."
Senior Favorite 49
Senior Favorite Classification: Best Dressed
Name: Pamela R. Weldon 0
Birth Date: 05-07-63 .
Senior Best Dressed Comment.
"I was born with excellent taste in clothes. Its aninheritance
from my parents and their blood in 100'Mi Vogue."
Name: Marty Keegan
Birth Date: 05-28-63
Senior-Best Dressed Comments:
"My mom picks out all my clothes for me, I just pose."
Senior Favorite Classification: FLIRT
Name: Trac DiPonzio V Q
Birth Date: 05-19-63
Name: George Holmes
Birth Date: 11-28-62
Senior Flirts comment: "lt's a hobby
5-nior Favorite Classification: Friendliest
ame: Jill Ann White
irth Date: 04-30-63
ame: Jim Eaton
irth Date: 03-15-63
enior Friendliest Comment: "If there is one thing we don't like
Senior Favorite Classification: Best Looking
Name: KeIIy.J. Peterson
Birth Date: 10-11-63
Name: Mark C. Bohn
Birth Date: 01-05-63
Senior Best Looking Comment: t"Yea Right!l!"l
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Senior Favorite 51
Senior Favorite-Most Likely To Succeed
John Jabara 07-16-63
Comment: "Success is Cheating, Lying, and getting
away with it."
Kim Walker 01-23-63
Comment: "Success is achieved only through ambition,
if you have to step on a couple of heads, so be it fwell,
that's the way it goesl.
Senior Favorite-Class Couple
Lisa Lakotas 02-28-63, and Mike Wildermuth 07-08-63
Senior Favorites-Most Athletic
Todd Taylor 2-26-63
Comment: "I don't know, I just throw the ball
Joan and Jean Marek 2-14-63
Senior Favorites-Class Clown
Pam Lydon 9-18-63
Comment: My amoebae made it happen
Dominick Annino 1-10-63
Senior Favorites-Prettiest Hair
Laura Lee 4-18-64
Doug Wicks 2-10-63
Comment: We attribute our healthy shiny hair
to selsun blue and dippity doo.
Senior Favorites-Prettiest Eyes.
Lori Ehrhorn 9-30-63
Mark Mesko 11-19-63
Comment: We got our eyes from mom and
dad, with that there isn't a doubt. But good
old Visine made them bright and got the red
Senior Favorites-Best Buddies -
Doug Wicks 2-10-63
Brian Sutton 8-14-63 A
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Senior Favorite-Best Buddies: Pack Five
Vicki Stewart 01-14-63, Dana DiPrima 05-07-63,
Traci DiPonzio-05-19- 63, Lisa Borland 02-05-63,
Kristin Tibbitts 08-21-63
Comment: Beauties and the Beast.
Senior Favorite-Best Body
Laura Schwake 05-21-63
Comment: "Sometimes people get confused
when I tell them how I got my body to look like
this. They think I'm on a seafood diet and that I
weight train every day, what they don't seem to
understand about my diet and training is this: on
food, if I see it l'Il eat it. On training, I usually wait
till its too late."
Gus Peterson 01-02-63
Comment: "I even amaze myself at times. Just
when I think I'm beginning to understand me and
the crazy things I do, I pause and say as always:
Gus Peterson, you are unreal. Usually I don't tell
myself that other people do that often enough.
However, one cannot help but feel he is unreal,
especially when you consider he is a demi-god."
Senior Favorite-Prettiest Smile
Cindy Kerby 02-05-63
Comment: I owe it all to Crest!
Lance Burkhart 02-08-63
Comment: "No I didn't have braces."
SENIOR WILLS - I AGOURA
I David Acton, would like to will all of my calculators, twenty l.O. points, three GPA points, and more than
oneehundred SAT points to Timothy T. To Ekin N. I give a letter of acceptance to UCLA and a pair of eyes
to read it with, To Ron B. in exchange for his prurient reference material, an overnight visit to any red light
district in Paris or Hamburg. To Mr. Patterson, a room full of screaming freshman. To Mr. Litton, my coffee
mug and 300am starchters. To Frank O. an old beat up VW Bug. To Allison T. a substitute for her spoons
and finally, to Beth M, a muzzle and a sedative to keep her mouth shut during calculus.
I Lynne Ackerman, leave my freshmen, you're great, to the clarinet section, remember to have fun and
good luck. To Mr. Litten, finally a year without me and thanks for being a great teacher. To Mr. Jackson, my
screams, a good clarinet player so you can be happy, all the fun you made possible and an old cat tail, To
Erin, a scarf and another Inch to face all my friendship and the determination to never give up To Shannie
our afternoon talks, five years of friendship and a place always. To Melinda, fun at Irvine. To Sickee
everything that makes you happy and l'lI always care To the Moocher, don't be shocked okay? To Sheri All
action and no talk. To Mike, Sharon and Dena doors opening very slowly. and to J.f. I leave a duckie named
Precious our walks talks about J.K.-S.L. and J.K.-L.B. her own hospital and a week with nothin to do. I also
leave her all of M.T.'s love and thanks for being the bestest buddy M.T. ever had.
I Lisa Adler leave Lisa Freidman all the great times that we shared together and always being there when I
needed someone to talk to. To Lorla F. Mr. Smith, her tree pants, Steve F., Taco Bell and a typewriter so
that she can get her typing assignments in on time, without slipping. To Mark, I leave my first car the TANK,
my l.S.P, and D.C.E. and my study habits. To Pebbles I leave the Pitts habits the telephone so we can have
our daily one hour conversation, late Saturdays at Sumba's and always being there to listen and under-
stand my feelings. I hope you get whatever you want in life because you deserve the best. To Mrs. Ade for
being a true Arhee and sharing her stories with me, To my senior class of 1981, I wish you all the best of
luck, and Especially to Mrs. Grossman, the best teacher a student could ever have.
I, Cris Anders, leave Donna M., my love and gratitude for the many times shes helped me through the night.
I also leave her all the good times at lunch and on weekends. To Alane M., all my warm memories of her and
all the laughter we shared, and my muddy nikes from playing football in the rain. To Traci S., all the parties
and partying Ive done with her over the 6 years. To Traci D. all the excuses of why we couldn't make it to
class, and all of my empty bottles of Pierre' and finally To Ken Neely all my absence slips from yearbook.
my patience just in case he has another student like me. To all my friends with all my love and thanks.
I, Teri Anderson, leave my endless friendship to Jill W. To Alicia, a Westwood Penthouse to carry on the
Hage-Daaz tradition, all the wonderful times spent at VDM, and the opportunity to become Connie Chungs
rival, To Marybeth, I leave Floger, Carl, and Crespi: To Karen 81 Susan, the fun and memories from camp. To
Marty K., my maturity. To Beth, my Cris Atkinson postcard and the one eyed carwash to become reality. To
Doug, my special thanks and lastly to Mr. Feinman, I leave Jodi K., to take my place and lots of chocolate
kisses . . .
I Cris Aines, definitely the youngest of the Senior class, will to Laurie Sacks, my thanks, you have given me
alot Lor, more than I ever really deserve. It might not- seem like it. but I still love ya. To Jean Marek, my love
and best wishes in your future. It holds so much for you, always look ahead and never behind. To Joan
Marek, the most unique person I know, my inspiration. Have confidence in yourself, God Knows you have
had it in me. I don't think I could have survived without all the vitamins. To Barbera Sommerfeld, a million
thanx, my love, and don't worry Barb l'll survive your graduation. To Harriet. definitely the coolest of the
cools, My many thanx for your support in the major emotional crisis' and WHAT THE - IS YOUR
PROBLEM BABY, YEAH . . . To Bern. thousands of BANANAS to bounce off of peoples heads, then runl
Not to forget Art, Thanx a million buddie, you have helped me more than youll ever know and good luck in
Canada. To the finest person in yearbook, Kelly Amish, my thanx, you have taught me well. Just slow down
a little in your four wheel drive Mustang. To "UNCLE ED", thanx for your friendship, I only wish some of
your charm would have rubbed off on my obnoxious brother. Have confidence in yourself, you'll go far in
life. Lastley I leave to J8-J, my love to you forever. fnow all I have to do is talk them into letting me graduate
with you alll,
l, Dana Akemon, leave: to Missy Reynolds-all of our laughs and the great times in the "Z" on the way to the
beach, To Kent Gleason, I leave some sanity lyour completely insanel, To Julie Paul all the love in the world
with Pete, To Mara I leave a scream that isn't quite so piercing and my friendship foreverg To Erica I leave a
lifetime supply of gum and mints and all of our swingtn' times in the V.W. and the beach and my friendship
forever: To Joe my friendship finally: To all the motor heads I leave my V.W. for experimentation and that
someday you can shut your motor mouths: To Mrs, Hart, Thanks for everything. To Michelle I leave the
friendship that we once had and the memories l'll never forget, but, l'll never regret not being your friend
anymore! To Michael H., I leave a good so that you will never starve and a sedative so that you can hyper
down. To Hohn, Gary, Francio and Darryl, a place for you guys to always party and my friendship and love
I Carrie Altergolt, leave to Mr. Fienman, the complete verse of "carry me back to ole Virginia" To my secret
pals, endurance to continue, to Mary, hours of deep discussions, to Suzanne, messy writing to Jim D. a jar
of candy to replace what late and a stomachache for all those cookies he ate in front of me, To Shuichi, my
station wagon with it's orchestra parts, to student council a recording of all my unheard board tapes, which
I know will be cherished forever, to Melinda, a million laughs and hool times, to Allison a smile to greet her
throughout life, to M.T. all the ducks it can handle, and last but not least, to all the Agourians who remain
hope that their high school years will be as fantastic as mine have been.
O O O
I Kel Amish, leave to: Lisa-my bowed legs for waterskiing, extra quarters, G.E. and Mt. Shasta, T.P.ing
Thankyou for everything you and your family have done for me, and may our friendship continue ani
become closer in years to come: Tra-Thanks for all the good advice you've given me in my life, All th
contempo clothes in the world, a fantastic career, to become closer soon and always: Mar-Every song eve
sung by Lynyard Skynard, an extra set of her car keys for 5 other people, the "PERFECT" boyfriend,
lasting summer tan, and much happiness in everything you do fl'll miss ya A lot next year.j My lastin,
friendship always: Kelli:-"Good Friends and a Bottle of Wine," "Freebird," "GreenGrass" and High Tide:
forever" Our future apartment! Westwood experiences, 9th grade parties at Lindero . . . Fun With S.K. an
D.K.-H-HaHaHal I thank you especially for being my good friend for so long and I know it will be foreve
B.S.-My unchangeable "cIodness," many relaxing vacations with beach houses. tons and tons of talkin
Ceasar Salads, "this and that" with "good intentions" Swenson's icecream and my extra lbs, and a syste
for understanding each other, Craig- Every picture of yourself printed 8x10 or bigger and a life time suppl
of hyper pills: Judy, Judy, Judy-Every beauty pageant left to enter and the fun in the ones we participate
in. Flingles, Muholland Hwy turns at high speeds improvisations loads of energy and more guts, and thank:
for everything: L.B.-A BIG THANK YOU for the fun times we had, the view from Pepperdine, 2O!20, hig
hopes to hear from you in the future land not one more Y. B. class ever againlg Kern Nerly lkenj-Yeeeee
Your solution for the population growth, all deadlines and perfect YB's, thanks for everything you taug
meg V.S. My graceful snow skiing avility, my driving skills, homemade icecream, water skiing on the dock
the boys next door lB.B.l Bribes into everything, afternoon homework while watching "Heaven Can Waitf
windy beach days, and for the most part a revived friendship, D.B.-memories of all the trouble we ev
created, Aloha Surf nights, being sneaky and happiness always for you, G.F.-cute guys with black truck
return phone calls and letters, no more k-chunk's, 2 more years of miller, a driving license on you 16 B.D
my hours and hours of studyingg Little Aines-CHS, a camera with a ball and chain, my athletic abilities, m'
worried complexes, my photo editor job, passes to any where off campus: C.A.-Coathangers, "censored'
letters, B.S,'s parents, good excuses for never being there, and our exciting 2nd period.
I Domminick Annio, leave to Holly P., my permanent tan and my personal supply of sun-in, to Pete B.,
leave my terrific sense of humor and ability to be a perfect idiot, since he tries so hard to be other than TO
HIP, To Pam and Robin, I leave my collection of punk albums, kumb clothes, checkered toothbrush, an
tie, book of two thousand and two ways to wear a safety pin, to Pete I.. Kevin 1 and Kevin 2, I leave m
kingsize titanic unsinkable mollygrown water bed, a dyna gym, an a foolproof plan and airtight alibi, di
tubs of electric toothpaste and sixteen ounces of presqueezed turnip juice. To Dave K., I leave my hair sinc
he tries to desperately to keep up his own, to Mr. Bekher I leave my lime green 8- khaki VW bug and a ne
O.P. shirt, to Mr. Busher my gasoline powered turtleneck sweater and a gallon of premium. To John W.,
leave my fully illuminated chrome plated full accessory shift knob, To Trace D., I leave my most prizel
possessions a 47 piece collection of real live simulated indian jewelery my Guchi shoe tree, a McCuIlac
chainsaw and Bob Dillons new unlisted phone number.
I Holly Atkinson, being of sound mind and body leave to my Jerry the most special and incredibl'
scandalous evening of ditching rehearsal, the Oaks, the beach, and hot chocolate. to Steve P., legj
authorization to change your name to Lance as well as a lot of other neat stuff, to Alicia, a designer Pro
dress from the salvation army, to the 1980 homecoming court, I leave a complimentary dinner at Arnold
Farm Houst, to Todd M., I leave lots of oranges, head stands, "Heaven Can Wait", the agreement to star i
"School house massacre", a manual of me fixing my hair and my friendship for as long as you're a Todcl
To Mr. K., I leave my sincere thanks for what began with Godspell and at the very least two complimentar
tickets to my first Broadway show. To the G Building I leave you with the memories of all the shows frorl
Godspell to Cabaret all the magic all the feelings t got from being on stage all the tears, except for Davi
you'te the only one who would want them, who would understand.
I Phil Archibold leave to Dominic A., Valley free beaches, To Pete I., I leave the Ramones, To Cris B., an
John W. I leave the top of Mammoth, To Bill C., I leave Chico State, and last to Frank O., I leave hangmanl
I Andy Armstrong, leave to Agoura H.S. all my days of non attendance. Thanks Moml, My sleeping throug
class to Mr. Litten and Mrs. Grossman. My running injuries to Coach Smith. I leave half off my tires to th
parking lot all my thanks for the English homework and essays, d.c.e., and l.S.P, To Teri A. My many thank
to the people who made my four yrs. at Agoura excellent, B.N., L.B., JA., D.I.. M.K., T.T., and all the rest
you, Finally, I leave Agoura High School . . . Totally.
I Ed Ball, leave a braided rug to Mr. Litten and a rubber cat to Mr. Rizzardi. To Steve P. I leave my soon t
be released novel The Insane Years: What? covering such areas as word association Howard Borde
lnitiations, and ethnic dancing. To Rod S. I leave a llama, some movies a pig mask and a map with the hop-
he will someday realize where he is and fund his way back. To Kim W. I give my love and my spike, and oni
week of complete happiness. Last and not least, to Bum-Bum I give thanks for her true friendship, and th
memories will had together, and I leave her all of my love forever.
I Holly Ballard, leave to Jennifer L., all the pleasurable things she desires, and a successful education
Davis. To Sheryl B., the corner of driver Ave. and the access road. To Pam M., and Karen C., a swift punc
in the arm. To Kelly M., a Drivers Ed. teacher and a ride to school. To Steve P., all the beautiful flowers h
has ever received. To Cristin T., I leave the squirrelliest laugh award and the best smile. To Mrs. Jan Wil
Goodes, all the whales in the world, a tame dog a happy marriage, another wonderful shorthand class an
her ability to teach with such enthusiasm to Mr. Litten his ability to capture my attention. To U.B.K. all m
love and understanding, To the class of 1981, high hopes for a satisfying future until next time 1991.
errick Beale, will to Lori all my love, my TR7. and thanks for letting me win my bet, To George a hose
nster, To Seigler some padded underwear and a belt to hold up your pants, To Marty I leave Lori so he
n warm his hands.
ulie Behl, leave to Beth, a gallon of ice cream, a frisbee partner Doug, a bad duckling, and a Barbie
irnshkins and Kenny Cling-on set. To Kathy, a flashlight to help you find your way back to our cabin.
iite pants, the bridge, and a skipper doll. To Laura, a portable ashtray, and half of a vitamin O does more
n two. To Missy and Julie two tickets to "Seems Like Old Times" that we missed because . . . To Missy
ew dart board, a box of Mr. Bubble, my broken voice, front eat my , and a trophy for the
rld's fastest mouth. To Julie the directions from my kitchen to the garage, All of Missy's clothes, and a
at future to you and Pete, To Kelly, my tires that "tried so hard", and all the volleyball games with the
rntles, To Jim C., half of coca-cola, and a contract with Crysalis Records, I know you'll make it. To Pete,
E other half of coca-cola, a trip to Colorado, Julie, a lifetime supply of Visine and all my love and
ndship. To Paul I give you your memory back just long enough to remember the time we spent together.
I Paula a book on how to make pancakes, a controlled fall, "I knew that", the crash and all my love and
endship that will continue no matter what distance is between us. To Dana, all the love and luck he'll need
make it through these next couple of years, To everyone who is special to me I'rn leaving Agoura, but
lding on to the memories of you and the time l've spent here. Good Luck.
essa Bennett, leave my paint jeans and shirt to some other 5' techie. To Doi and Mr. Litten, a lifetime
Eply of donuts and invisible honors students to sneak out and get them! to Stewart, some sanity and
ny practical jokes for closing night. To Mr. K., dry ice, a fog machine, my everlasting complaints, and
rdworking techies to replace us. To his students unlimited paint for dights, a set of "G" building keys,
d an epic water fight. To future physchology students, Corpsie tmy cut-up carl, Mr. Lasnik's sense of
mor, and 3:00 am study hours for essay exams. For Mr. Litten, I strike the verb "to be" from the English
Lguare! To Mr. Albrezzi, my shoes. To Mr. Rizzardi's students, Xerox copies ofthe quizzes he gives every
r. To Thespian Troup 81814. remembering especially Alethea, Holly, Ican, Pam, Karen, Michelle, Brian,
eg, Mike, Lynn, Kevin, Angisa, Craig, Dena, Jennifer, Heather, Walt, Janene, Jake, Stewart, Todd, Rick.
lvid, Steve, Stewart, Steve Kathryn. Lisa Carleen, Stacy, Vicki, Joan, Laura, Julie, Jerry, Wayne, Allison,
ibert, Allyson, And all others, green pens, vegetatian recipies, great shows, my phone, book. much love,
d all my wonderful memories of the past four years!
ris Bratzler leave to my sister, cold duck, fritos, 8. M8.M'S, Barry, A book on how to follow cars, A script
milk and honey, Randy and two undizzi years at Agoura. To Beth I leave A pair of binoculars, our
ating" system. A bag of oregano and Betsy Beaver tmay she rest In peacell To Kimmy I leave the last 3
les. Corey, A bus ride to Phoenix and another year of swimming dedication. To Craig I leave A roll of TP.,
date with P.P. and A "wonderful" lunch at pioneer chicken. To Michele I leave Luke Spencer. two breasts
im pioneer chicken, and Joel. To Stacey I leave better taste in men and my promise of keeping in touch.
I Laura F. I leave A lunch at Burger King without Larry, all my geometry notes and Mr. Holden. To Joanne
ave John, To Jill Oviat-sit down up front and to Mr, Rick Rezinas I leave Jan Covall, in the tradition of
at W.P. managers and someone who can swim the 2 and the 5. To B.J. I leave myself, To the "gang"
nks for the mrmories and I love you guys. To Agoura High-good-bye!
Iiane Brenner, leave Kris Tina Spoer, all the good times, and A few ofthe bad. I leave her grandmas apt.
d a trip to EI Capiton. I also leave her unlited rights to Leo Carillo state beach, to do with what she
ases. I leave Kris a summer long since spent. but not easily forgotten. all my love and friendship. To
Ecy Sneed I leave the movie "Dawn of the Dead" remember Trace? To Val Tasso I leave A lifetime
pply of combs, and brushes, now you dont have to ask me. To Paul Fellick I leave 500. he knows whats
worth. To Pat Kale I leave all the crazy things that have been done in his class. P.S. can I borrow your
lp? and lastly I hope that everyone mentioned will always remember, yet not livein the past.
ichelle Brooks. leave Craig Harasyn Jane Neilsons purple carpet vest, leave Kris Bratzler Luke Spencar,
ve Joanne Bromwell a job, leave Jane Schauerman one of the above, leave Robin Ramsey 20
poinfments, leave Kim Anderson A lifetimes supply of bagels, leave Mrs. Stewart lessons on how to
Bch English, and leave Sue Gordon 8. Lisa Fishman Marc 8. Brian.
eresa Buckley leave to Kathlene Gullick all the great memories and the great times we have shared, I wish
u the best of luck with Tony F., to Val Graham my "ski buddy" all the great times we've had with skiing,
wling, and Westwood with Tony N. and M.E, To Kara Duty I hope she gets A Boyfriend older than A
shman. To Sharon Rich thanks for all the great memoroes your A great friend. To Dave Reisman all the
mories we've shared and I wish you all the luck in the future, To Tony O your the best lriend ever I will
ays treasure are friendship.p, To Susie G. Debbie T. Jamie L. Teresa C, And Kim C. thanks for making
s year great I wish all of you the best of luck in the future. And last of all I leave Tony N. all my love and
Elon Blum, leave to my brother Jeff, all my tO0,000 pages of notes. To Dave, Kurt, and Steve, all my
erence material, in hopes that they may broaden their educational abilities. To Tim, a new typewriter, in
pes that he will learn how to type.
'Peter Borawski, leave to Vicki Stewart, some more of her CASUAL clothes to her friends on Skid Flow
d many thanks for our mature adult friendship and her ability to make others feel good when she's not
Eiund. To the Pack 5, a lifetime amount of self-improvement classes at Marilyn Shores Studioes. To Doug,
ain course of smegma along with a little Jodi and Cheryl on the side. To Marty, a mannequien, the only
I he wouldn't hit and C 81 R Clothiers. To Jamie, my T.V. room and refrigerator while l'm at college. To
nny, directions tothe nearest AA meeting. To Todd, a UCLA T-Shirt. To J.D. Smith, a Jimmy Jordache
wnjacket. To John, my telephone list with the names of all my girlfriends from Calabasas. To my sisters,
license plates. Lastly, I leave one final TOO-HIP GOTTA GO.
Dana Brody, leave to Jenny H., the official title of H.C.P. To Candy Mead, a hundred dollar gift certificate
Safeway's cheese dept. To Beth, I guarantee one full hour of unlimited frog beating. To Alicia, the
amous book "101 Versions on Roses are Red" To Kim, a car with nothing but front seats in it. To Dave
the complete musical score to "A Fiddler On The Roof". To Mrs. Croner, a year full of quiet and
laceful first periods and to "KiIler Miller, "Scoop", in hopes that he may find someone equally as worthy
bestow it on. To Kima, 5 years of violin lessons with her favorite maestro-Ron Williams. To Jerry S., an
extra long ace bandage to do To Christina and Monique, six armed units of the national guard to watch
your lockers next year. And finally to my successor as commissioner of publicity. my rubber stamp and
pad, and I hope that your Co-commissioner will be as helpful as mine was.
I, Lori Brady, leave to Jennifer and Shari all the hockey players they can handle. To Jennifer R., all the
colored pencils and magazines she needs. To Sheryl "Freshman" M., a few inches of height, a busboy at
Gepetto's, a better-timed scream at concerts, and a blond surfer to follow her around. To Lisa C., all the
call slips in the counseling office, Bruce Springsteen and Styx, A little love in the afternoon with G.H. tor a
real Kermitl and the chance to be frisked by a Security Guard. To Jeniffer L., the guy who sells flowers in
Inglewood, an evening on the beach with the hockey player of her choice. and a little man in an apartment
in Manhatten Beach tBut I get his roommatel! To Shari L., a years supply of Stanford clothes and another
puck from 22.
I, Sheryl L. Bralton, leave to Mr. Patterson a dozen doughnuts, six periods of Freshman Health for next
year. and his continuous endless school spirit. To Pam M., a case of bagels, and an indestructable baja bug
along with North Ranch golf course for a day. To Jennifer L., her own private Party Taxi Service, a life time
of bases, and all the assigned Honors English books she can read. To Beth K., a home tutor. To Jenny K.
the endurance to survive AHS. To Holly B., her own parking space.
I, Joanne Bromwell, leave my car to my brother Tony. To Mr. C., a funfilled year with next years student
council. To Mr, Anderson, a safe .year of skiing. To Catherine, I leave B.J. To andrea. her Arizona
sweetheart. To Michelle, a lot of luck in typing. To Jamie, I thank you for all the good times we had in
spanish And to J.T. I leave myself.
I. Mark Bohn, leave to Sue Steck my hearty acceptance of her "friendly handshake" and a "High-Five" in
return, plus TNTg to George, Jamie, Peter, Marty, and John, seven wonderful days and funfilled nights with
the Pack 5 on Fantasy Island tze plane, ze planelg to Laura Schwake -t- Cory Eckel thee heel, to Tra C,
"Don't I know it", to John, happiness not Including AHSL to Karen H. the great tenth grade memories: to
Wendy Pease some heighth, to "Jackson" t5'7", 150 lbs. of man . . .j, my mucho appreciation for the best
of friendships and the wild times and SS. and the best of luck always, to Kristin in Cal., Thanks: to Amy, all
my love for what it was, what it is, and what it shall become! And to Agoura High School, it's time to ramble
I, Steve Perrin, being of sound mind and better body, only wrote this will so I could make that one joke.
I. Rod Smith, being of sound mind and Brazilian body, leave to Ed Ball, Patty Yellep to Beth Marits, I leave a
prick to tease, to Steve Perrin. I leave Paide McMullen, to Lance Burkhart, I leave the "Bionic Tongue"g to
Mark Bohn, I leave Patti Palmer in leather: to Derrick Beale, I leave a monster to hose: to Lori Ehrhorn, I
leave a S10 rebateg to Doug Wicks, I leave something besides Jail-Bait tl don't know what you're going to
do next year without sophomores aroundlg to Marty Keegan, I leave another shot at Beth Marits, to Gearge
Holmes, after he leaves Agoura. a girl as gullible as the one he has now fthe Beav'l: now I wish I could think
of others to burn. If you want to get back at me, l live in Brazil, Good luck!
I, Lance Burkhart, being of spaced mind and the ability to recognize it, leave to Steve baby. a copywrite to
the word "indeed" and the ability to forget the word "yearbook"g To Kelly, many untorgetable memories
and many more tenth grade fantasies: to Andy, I take with me a friendship that has lasted through every
conceivable tramap to Blazin' Devon, I leave the ability to drop a girl gently, all of you're parents trust in me,
and all of my sense of responsibility, and to Uncle Ken, the ability to get out of the "day care center
business" and get a real job.
I, Denese Bulac, will to Lane Walkin the ability to "cut straight" and A big thanks for all the laughs and fun
times in newspaper class. To Mary Hass A wall to hold up in case she has no one to dance with. To Teresa
Montgomery A years supply of food to pay for all the lunches she gave me when we were juniors, and the
best of my friendship always. To Anne Reader another fun power reading contract to do when shes bored.
To Pete Irwen the ten pounds I told him i'd lose, but never did. To Chris Lang an LP of "He's So Shy", and
A complete camoflauge wardrobe, To Jill Oviate, another fun day in Stnta Barbara, dead pictures Ibig
wavesl and her own "whole" chocolate chip cookie. Finally my love and friendship to Chris, Anne, and Jill
for being super friends!!
I, Pam Callie, leave to Lisa R. all the ya-ya's, sara's, empty champagne glasses, hot cocoa, peanut butter
and crackers, chocolate shakes, natural cut potatoes, coffee, mating cars, a piano to burn, the happiness
of being kid of "leash and puppet", my wine mock-rap Ieotard, bar, Julia, Agnes, memories and more to
come. Jojas, "dealing" with "high schooI", Felicia, Sissy or Sunny, shopping for nature snacks. Downy to
put in your wash, a breathing bag, lovely Marjorie Lord, puppy feet, pumpkin breath, C,H's eyes, Pat
Benatar, Cliff, Don, Billy, beautiful words, Christmas vacations and another New Years Eve. To Terri B.
thanks for wonderful memories, To Todd M., Beautiful hair and sisters. To Mrs. Johnson,-Thanks. To Lisa
R.. again thanks for always being there and caring and tons of memories. And to Craig. velour shirts, my
nails, success, "money", less nerves, and uncertainty for the future, quasies, and lots of love.
I Agnes Campaniello leave to Bird-Kim "Madam A Mia", the luck you'll need to make it till next June, the
pick we should of used to pry open the locker and all the memories of our sweet 4th period class. To Adam.
my big toe and a book of jokes so we can all see him laugh one day. To Frankie Gee, all my fake readmit
slips, a track composed of all the laps I never ran, and all the "Ameoba" students he can handle. Finally, to
my bestest friend Kan, all my shoes, a week on a deserted island with Normy-Poo, a years supply of want
ads excluding the ones the Beckies run, and a one way ticket out of this exciting town of Agoura, of course
one for me too so we can both get the hec' out of here together. P,S. l'll call ya!
I Karen Caruso, leave to J.D.S. a fresheclean pair of socks and an oder later for his shoes. I also leave him
the many memories we've had and a "thank-you" for all his hard work and effort to get us to C.l.F. I leave
to C.S. all the love and luck in the world and a trip to Europe on her Honeymoon with J.G. To J.S., a never
ending friendship and the good times we've shared together on x-county, a date with BC. all expense paid.
To P. P., all the patience he can find for another freshman health class, along with a treasure chest full of
100 dollar bills. To V.G., all the help and kindness she gave to me through English and "thanks" for being a
I, Joe Casey, will to Steftan Valentino a personal auto body shop. To Randy Commans, a motorcycle he
can stay on for more than one race and always get the maximum out of it. To Todd Kelson real tires for the
front of his car, and my ski boots in place of his castle guard boots. To Tom Weir, 10 feet of fresh powder
and 10 lines of fresh snow. To Gret Weir, a gray and blue powder jacket and 20 feet of "back scratched"
air. To Mark Mesko, a Honda car with ski racks and all rocks removed from the center dividers. To Rob
Presson, another condo in Mammoth and a key that will start his car. To Greg Eisenberg, a cassette with
Bruce Lee sound effects, and styrofoam nuenchalks. To Ray Scott, a redline T-shirt, To John Bt Bill, my car
and an unlimited expense account. To Angie Cicero, no more car accidents and unlimited use of my air
compressor. To Mara Merrill, a paved driveway. To Teresa Weir and Kelli Ervin, mirrored glasses for skiing
and continued luck forever. To Holly Haliday, my oceanography notes-all 4 of them. To Mr. Albrezzi, Mr.
Ross, and Mr. Bathgate, a clean parking lot free of spinning tires,
I, Theresa Chaides, leave a special thanks to Shannon Leyden for putting up with me for the past 10 yrs.,
for being the best lriend ever. To Diane Janedis, I leave all the black Porsches in the world 8. the babes who
drive them. To Jill I leave Francis 8. to Chris I leave forever happiness. To Kim Anderson, I leave a field in just
towel St my support in the ever so strong movement against Evita! To Mr. Litten I leave a special thanks for
everything 81 I leave his 3rd per. class with a huge sigh! To Derrick Beale I leave some brains to be able to
realize he belongs with . . . To John 8. Rich Jabara I leave the memories of those Sunday afternoons at the
skating rink, love ya both, Patty, Mike Lang, Archbold, Gatch, Pete, Susi. Jodye, Mrs. Grossman, Mr, Pete.
Mr. Bushner 8. Paul Miller, I leave, the best of luck life Z9 Happiness. Finally .. . here it goes , . . to Gus
Peterson, I leave me!!
I, Dean Chairenza, leave to Phil Gatch all the Pens inthe world which will benefit other people in the future.
To Les Lade I leave the most perfect goll swing in the world. To All of the freshman I leave my sympathy.
I, Karen Chesterman: Leave to Kim apart of my headliner as a memory of the price with one door. To Adam
all the french fries he can possibly fit in my backpack. To Mr. "G" all the happy moments of gym class and
mine and Agnes smelly gym clothes. Last but not least, to my wildest and bestest friend Agana, a trip to
ARVARDA, KANSAS, all the Normans she can handle, non-frizzy hair and her very own room at Ken and
Shirleys' house-also never forget the Beckies.
I, Angie Cicero leave Marilyn a new job and memories of our nightly gossip sessions. To Shelly, I leave the
memories of summer 80' and all the fun times I will never forget, To Marla. I leave thanks and appreciation
for everything, all the luck and happiness in the world and my love and friendship always. To Robbie. I leave
my friendship and the best of everything. To Joe, I leave "No Story Here", all the love and good times, luck
and thanks for everything. To D.T., I leave all the memories of the past luck and happiness for the future and
all my love always.
I, Steve Clancey leave to Mike Wolf a years supply of chewed gum to throw at all the Himee's you see, a
101 pg. book of cutdowns, one pumpkin head, every thursday off from school to go moto-xing, and a
clicking stick to click Hermans. To Mike Hanover. one house thrashing BUBBA PARTY, a motorcycle
license, a black T.A., and a rematch with Rio Mesa, To the Agoura wrestling team, a full A kicking
team and to my Michele, a beach house of your own, an Audi with a sunroof, tinted windows, and me . . .
I, Narci Cleland, will my black and white checkered pants to Dominick A. I leave my car keys and car to
Katia W. I will a poem by L.B, to Nancy N., to remember all the laughs we had together about C.J. I will my
height to Mr. J.P. Smith.
I, Suzanne Cole leave to T.O, many more insane lunches in the band room. To Shuichi, I leave a
philharmonic orchestra and a subservient wife. To George, I leave an end to our fued. To the student
council, I leave a lifetime supply of leadership camp food. To Jon, I leave the wish of ten times the many
happy days you have given me. To Andy I leave someone who will make you happy. Lastley, to Shannon.
Allison, and Carrie I leave love 8 friendship- I could have never made it without you.
I, Kari Conriella, will to David a survival guide and corduroys guaranteed not to fade, Christy a lifetime
supply of peanut butter and a complete comprehension of the flute and its players, to Lisa an extra inch,
stretching equipment and a lot of hope, to Leslie I leave a lot more wasted time fyou'lI miss it when you
don't have itl and countless crazy, happy memories, to susie all the happiness and love you deserve and
the emotional stability required to survive as a senior, to Cindy the hope for some sanity, and to Julie Anna
memories of good times, thanks and love.
I, Shawn David Coulter, leave all my scrap wood to all the first year wood students and all my speeding
tickets to Mr. Tapie, my first driver's training teacher.
I, Julie Crosby, leave Danielle Rizzo lots of luck and my loud voice so she can get my sister to school on
time. to Sue McOuire the flag squad, patience, and a fake I.D. so she can carry on our tradition and to my
baby sister Cindy, a travel-everywhere battery-operated curling iron.
I, Charlie Curtlss, leave to Sonya Fox all my homework and okay grades. To Fran Boyes all the cigarette
butts we smoked. To Jason Bourne. my old band uniform in hopes that you don't grow anymore. To
Barbara Sommerfeld, S.M. in hopes that our bet comes true. To Tim Foster and the rest of my Spanish Il
class, all my unfinished homework, and dirty jokes, To Barbara Hutoon, trips to the black hills during lunch.
To Colleen Schoeneman. a shoulder to cry on. To the people in the bathrooms, a campus.
I, Steve Daley. being of not very sound mind and character wish all of my friends at Agoura a good summer
and a real happy rest ol their lives. I wish my good friend Mike Klienlelter good luck, especially with his car. I
will give Guy Mazza a giant GEED before this year is over and I wish him the best of luck. I wish the best of
luck to all of my friends who will graduate this year. all except one. I always wish good luck to those soccer
players next year: hopefully you can have as good a year next year as l did with you guys this year, Finally.
and most importantly, I wish all of my love to Valerie Graham. hopefully we can be together lorever. I really
don't care who reads this. because Val, I love you, and that's all that matters.
I, Denise Dallons, leave to Mimi M. my freckles. To Mr. Christianson all 6,384 of my relatives in Mexico. To
Lora M. my brother David. To Deborah B. my American accent. To my counselor, Mr. Feinman all my old
report cards. To Dikran M. my drawings of Mr. Goldberg. To Richard M. my creative writing notebook. '
Lonnie O. my spanish book. To Mrs. Hart S500 for the Phone bill.
I, Steve DeGennaro, leave to my little brother and little sister my shoes, and hopes that they can fill thei
To the Pack-5 some "real" friends in college. To George Beeh a new wardrobe of designer clothes an
car of his choice whenever the fads change. To Uncle Beale 10 free lessons at Mr. Wheelers janitor
school. To fish, a new Garr when he goes to college. To Mr. Rizzardi one free trim at Poodle Paradis
Finally to Kelly, I don't leave anything. I take with me all the memories ofthe times we have had and all t
love that has kept us together for so long.
I, Lori DeHart leave to Ms. Lundquist 10 pairs of sunglasses so she will never run out. To Mr. Rebd. "St
assignments to give late students", To Holly B. 100 "your adorables". To Rena and Jill, thanks for all t
great times we had together.
I, Craig Dellinger, leave to Mrs. Grossman all my Tardies. To Scott D. the most radical 2602 in the wor
some tire chains, and the perfect girl. To Ron a front row ticket to see ACIDC. To Jay J. and A on evs
vocabulary test and the book "How To Pick Up Girls". To "the Kid", a quarter and a glass to practice,
he might be able to get me back. To John W. a season lift ticket to Mammoth. And good-luck to everyon
I, Leslie Derrick, leave to Sue, all the memories of fun times weve had. For Kari, I leave behind all my wasti-
time and the pain of the bad memories. but will always cherish the good times. To Lori Ann, all the fun tim
of our "hot dates" and hope they continue. And to the '81-'82 tall flag, rifle and banner squad all the luck
I, Tia C DiPonzio, leave Mr. Bushner, my absence. Mark Bohn "your weIcome". Todd Derylock Groburg
much luck with TTKA, , pikes and their mega parties . . . Timmy Finn, fmy cousinl try to stay with my tal
of clothes, even my red and yellow plaid pants, wear them with style. George Holmes, all my lovin, Ste
DeGennaro "REALITY" is where I come from and I will let you follow in my footsteps. Sue Kerby, a
drawnout monotone "HELLO". Ken Neely, just a smile. Brian Murphy, thanks for all of your nice wa
hugs. I almost forgot Marty Keegan, I leave you, nothing, I knew there was a reason I forgot you. Dan
Walters the pleasure of talking about made up stories. At parties about Pack 5 without us lindout out ,
P.S. next time don't tell my neighbor! Doug Wicks what could I possibly leave you? To Lance B. Hecl
already gave you an ulcer with gray hair. Peter Browskl my vote for best dressed. Wendy Peas, my voi
To Tom, Greg, Mark, and Rob, I'Il give it to you later. Chris Anders, Juans Bt I-Iarlans love letters. the
Lastley, to Dana, Lisa 8 Vicki 's for Hawaii, and to Kristin l'II leave you patience.
l, Denise Dubic, leave to all my under classmen friends any advise they may want. To Ms. Packard, ma
sunny days and good luck in finding a new job. To Mr. Bushner all the smiles, hugs and "Good storkes"
can handle. To Mr. Kale a few pairs of new pants. To Ms. Karbo all my triple pirroettes she never sa'
I, Sue Duclos, leave to my sister Carolyn maturity, Mike, and a fun senior year. To Sharon, a "brief" guy.
Mike W., a green grasshopper and a wet leaf, To Diana O., Steve. To Lisa L. a big hug for being suc I
great friend for the past 8 years. To Amy N. a musgrat. To Cindy K.. a boop-de-boop curl. To Joanne B
life time supply of bubble yum. To Mike R. many thanks for helping my reputation by letting me talk to h
when other people are looking. And to my best buddy, Karen H. a hundred guys on Catalina Island.
I, Kara Duty. leave to Kim my Friendship. Jamie, a little black boy at a party and all the lun times.
Theresa a little pudgy boy in a blue Z. To Ivan, Kevin, Glenn. Brad, Eric, Steve and John memories 0
great year and good luck. To Stu, my friendship forever. And to Tim, Myself and all my love. I would lea
some of my height but I can't spare any.
I, Lori Ehrhorn, Leave to my best friend Sue all our great memories and a lifetime of happiness. To Dan rl
black nightgown that he heard so much about but never saw, and all our great phone conversations at 1:
in the morning. To Derrick, the IOS he never received after winning his bet, our dream to be fulfilled and
my love. To Marty, a car heater and a pair of gloves to keep warm with. To George. someone else to do
shopping with you and all the good times we've had. To Jan Goodes, my cheerleading skirt that was t
inches too short and all our unfinished song routines. And lastly to A.H.S. my little sister Kathy to follow
l, Greg Eisenberg, leave all my unseen burnouts in the parking lot to Mr. Bathgate. To Rob. Joe, Tom, Gr
and Mark lifetime ski lessons in Santa's Village. To Missy and Julie a permanent stage pass for the Go
Show and a book of all the In Jokes that we've laughed at. To Scott and Alain a case of Near Beer. To Ma
R. a ticket to see Generation X. And to the Freshmen, a lot of sympathy.
I. Craig Ekman, leave Mike T. a weekend of skiing with "the kid". To John B. lessons on how to ski and I-
girlfriend. To Eric L. bagels and gas money. To Ron P. all the beer in my house and a ride to lunch in t
"rad" Rabbit. To Ty M. my position as hallback. To Mike W. a great day of surfing with myself. To Pete lj
weekend at Malaga Cove to see our old friends, and if I had any punk rock albums I would give them to yrl
To Walter K. my speed on the soccer team. To Cindy K. another chance to Chris H. jealous, it's fun.
Kelly L. a wasted time driving around to find a party and a lot more years of Friendship. To Laura S. a f
time at the beach and many more years ol Friendship. To the rest of my "friends" always to be friends I
the rest of our Lives.
I, Kelly Ervin, leave to: Teresa. a never ending rainbow and a red Porsche, fertilizer for dreamland rainbo
and a future of awesome times: To Kara-massive dreams. A hotline. binoculars. for typing,a house for m
my ear, and a light socket for more curls: To Tra- a ticket to paradise, first place for her jokes Roger Dog
a road map to Beverly Hills and high heels like mom: To Pam I give free marriage counseling. a raw chick
and a sailboat with Rich in it: To Erica-an umbrella for her moped a billyclub for the boys and endl
rainbows: To Mara-a piece of gum, a new H.C. dress, and a shot of radicalness: To Sandra-a happy way
her road to success: To Sue-unlorgotten memories, a houseboat and Todd: To Al-Prince Charming o
white horse and my lake notes: To Kende-Neil Young: To Holly-a plane ticket to San Francisco and an A
typing: To Jose-long talks, massive gas for the BB, earplugs, pokerchips, his bottle for burro and our redli
team lorever: To Mark-a third ear, a new paint job. a great lawyer and no more gossip: To Tommy, a n
verything for the Maz. his own ski resort and many women and one rad future: To Egg-a summer of "79" a
aid, total skiing in Tahoe, a new box and a Honda car so we can race. To Rob-another story here and
any more zany times: To Craig-a new green tennis ball and mud wampers To Stefan. a million dollars, a
ut shovel and a great life: To Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Lingle - many crazy years at Agoura and free carryouts
o your cars.
. Natalie Fechner leave to Mike W.. Cheese to feed me with, and a cork for his mouth. To Mike K., a new
amaro and a life membership to Safeway news, To Kim, Katie. Cristy, Danielle and all the 3rd period
ancers. laughs and jokes so they make it through another year, To Val Bernstein, a Jap-free ski run, lots of
um to share. and Steve SweetPea. To Missy. Walter, drugs, Rock and Roll, and Safeway, To Cristy, a knife
0 backstab the backstabber To Jaime, Paul. and more nights to sneak out. To Beth, Love, and thanks for
neing a great friend. To Greg, memories of fun times and hopes for much more,
. Phil Gatch, leave to Pete Irwin clean underwear and a blue mohawk. to Brett Mehan a book on " 101 ways
0 pick up girls". To Aaron King a S2'0O0 eating spree through Thriftymart. To society I leave Tom Dolon to
ure all desperation. to Vidal Sassoon I leave Bill Cobb. to the world I leave John Wilson, the principal of
igh society. to Beth. Jenny, Chris, Jody, Becky. and Jill an all expense paid trip to Cambodia, Honduras,
ran, and Siberia,
, Bob Gates. leave to Mr, Patterson a years supply of giant donuts at the donut inn. To Mr. Jackson a band
ull of "Santa Monica Quality" musicians. To my successor as activities assistant a new, modern. electronic
arquis. To Dave Woodruff a book of logic. To Dave Kane a period of solace so he can stop worrying for
st a moment, To Dana Brody and Alicia Hawkins. Dave Kane so that they'Il have someone to disagree
ith, and finally to Beth Marits a thousand favors for her to do for me.
, Susie Gellink. Leave Jaime fmy b.b.l all the memories and good times we've shared and many more to
ome. to Sharon all the J's she left behind. to Jill all her "I'm so sures." To Diane. Greg Z, 8 her porsche. To
d. all the girls he can handle to "lush" fT.C.l Buddy Holly. To Leann I leave you good times for the rest of
igh school 8. thanks for talking with me. To the '81-82 cheerleaders I leave you all the quarrels 6 good
imes to come. To all the friends who shared my high school years. I thank you and wish you the best
lalways, and last but not least, I leave!
. Dave Golfing, leave to "Uncle" Beale a free nose job with the doctor of his choice. To Craig Enis a years
upply of bagels. To Brad Wise my collection of fashion "underoos" to Kelly Busch a years supply of
hesseburgers. To Ken Neely my collection of Rolling Stones tapes and paraphenalia. To Todd Taylor my
ollection of throw pillows.
. Valerie Graham, leave to my best friend. Debbie "stubby"stubby" Tepstein a lasting Friendship and all
he good times we have had. To Theresa Buckly my 'lski-buddy" a Jap-Free ski slope, a purple bowling
all. To Natalie F, all the gum I ever had and a smooth lake. a fast boat and a slalom ski. To Watermelon,
.L.. I'Give back everything that 1 borrowed to Mike K. a new CAMARO. To Steve D. my "sweetpea" all
y love for the rest of my life.
. Dessa Grimmond. leave to Holly a lifetime supply of every possible shade of aligator shirt and vans tennis
shoes ever made, another chance to four-wheel in the hills or at Grama's .. ., a date with a certain
ndividual who occupies a red yota truck and a familiar green aligator shirt, tankfuls of gas to waste down
anan and Zuma One and Leo Carrillo and County Line . . and also guaranteed 20-20 vision for the rest of
our life as it seems to come in handy quite often. and a neckbrace in case you acquire whiplash . . . to
ane a pet bumble bee- trained and all: a date with . . . let's see who it is this week? To Lynn someone her
wn age so it doesn't lead to , uh . trouble7? and memories of all our exciting lunches with All My
hildren waiting til one o'cIock . to Sandy a lifetime supply of diet supplements of which you never need in
he first place and a new wardrobe of kids size 14 clothes which you will soon be wearing if you don't star
ating again. to Jeff J. a compromise of pur heights. To Scott W. a long-time deserved apology and hope
or a future friendship again. To Kevin Kelley a new adjective in your vocabulary instead of everything being
'typical' and a great girlfriend-you deserve it. And also a few more freckles. To Laurie Sacks a hit in the
tomach to Karen. Diane, Candee memories of our exciting nutrittons vegging on the rock . . to all girls, a
ook, entitled "Everything you always wanted to know about why some guys treat girls the way they do but
ere to upset to ask" and to all the people left at Agoura. good luck ttying to dtich school without getting
aught it's getting tougher every year.
, Kathleen Gullick, leave all my fond memories from kindergarten through high school to little T.B., all the
onderful times and our personal times. I leave you with all the happiness with Tony and all the crazy
eople we've come across. lastly I leave you my little tin can bug. which has gotten us so many places. To
zzey, l leave your pumpkin image. your great pep talks. and our bear hugs everyday, all the memories of
owling on Lovecrest with C J. and my Love, To Mary, I leave my crazyness. all the crazy times at the car
ash. and some shrooms. To Sharon I leave you a foxy hubby for the future, who you greatly deserve For
ara all the ankle bitters you can break in. and for myself I leave Anthony all for myself.
. Karen Hall, leave to George H.. all the boat party memories to Mark B.. I leave the tenth grade fun. to
oug W., I leave a big slap on the back. To Carolyn, the ability to stop being a freshman, to Mike R.. I leave
day to really become a cowboy. To Mike and Lisa I leave each other forever, to Lisa I leave all the stoggy
imes To my brother I leave the height he needs to become a pro. To Deanna I leave a gorgeous surfer and
he great fun we've had. To Sue, I leave a friendship forever and the lun we've had and we will continue to
ave. I leave Agoura High School Fullfilled.
. Monica Haynes, leave to my loving friend C.G a years supply of "lik-a-kitty" pops to eat: To the designer
leave one validated parking ticket: To Debbie and Graham I leave all my concert ticket stubs. Dave Neggly
nd the complete works of the Andrew sisters to share with Dena: To Lori Andell, I leave a book on how to
vercome sillyness and a week in the Hawaiian Is.: To Elena I leave Mr. Rogers. to Denise. I leave the Sunset
trip. all our crazy dances in dance class and the Dead Kennedys: To all my friends I failed to mention here.
leave my love. friendship unforgetable memories and best wishes for your futures. Thank you.
. Shelly Hughes. leave to: Mr. Pete and Mrs. Siegler a very special thanks for all their help and understand-
ng: To John. my shoulder to use whenever he needs it: To Kevin. all my excuses for ditching class and
unfortunately 2 more years at wond4rlul Agoura High: to Dom, a bittle of wine, a jacuzzi and an everlasting
sunset. To Mr. Feinman, that weekend we never had fyou devil youl To Angie a can of mace for when she
leaves the house, all the Carvel Ice Cream she can eat fisn't it low-cal'?l a box of kleenix for all the tears
we've shed over you-know-who, sunglasses that block our baby blue eyes and all my love forever: To Missy
every pair of shoes J,J.'s ever chewed up our designed togas, a new phone so I don't always get a busy
signal and 2000 pads of writing paper. a raincheck for all the lunches we never went out to and enough love
to last forever: To Pete, a new car. a life supply of chapstick and lotsa love and happiness with Kendyi To
Kendy, all my morbid poems. our midnight pig-outs all the dirty looks we got in Oceanography a bill for
S100 worth of emergency breakthroughs and the memory of our beautiful friendship with a wish for
happiness in the future fwith me in itj: I leave to John, a bottomless pot of coffee. a million pennies. a clean
room, tires that never go bald, a valid drivers license, a life time of back massages, and that awful word I
hate. an "Eternity" of unbreakable drumsticks and a gigantic hicky. But mostly. I leave a heart full of love
just for you. a kiss for luck and the memory of all the good and bad times we made it through together. I
I, Pete Irwin, leave to Larry Pesetski, my bird legs and cliches, To Chris B., I leave a mohawk and Black
Flag. To Kevin B., a safety pin through his cheek and new shoes, to Kevin W., total desperation and the sex
pistols, To Brett M.. braces and a clue To Dominique, the VALLEY Because he should live where he
belongs to Jerry S., Himself, to Mrs. Grossman a place in the sun, and to Mr, Bushner someone to talk to.
I, David Kane. leave to Agoura High School, my constant devotion. To D.B., Love, To B,M., ,
To S.P.. Jokes to my secret admired. friendship, To the student body. I leave all the memories we will have
of this year and the friends I have met, loved and grown up with, I leave all the joy I have felt to anyone and
everyone that smiles.
I. Todd Kelson. leave to Steve R.. a haircut, to Kevin W., a free pass to phases, To Joe, a ten year supply of
paint jobs, To Rob, Mark. and the Weirs, a new ski outfit every year, To Dave L., a toupe'. To Karen H., a
good job, to Mara. some real cowboy boots, to Ray S.. a new car To Randy C.. the skill to win a race and to
Mr. Albrezzi and Mr. Bathgate all the time back that they spent lecturing me about how to drive.
I. Karen Kieldergaard, leave my car to my favorite mechanic. To Tracy Hiner I leave my blue rumbas. early
morning practices, all the cold seats she can handle S next year someone to keep them warm. To Lisa
'Atypical freshman" Hatch. I leave her favorite drummer. Dave Hooper. To Dave Hooper I leave the 3
freshmen stooges. To K,C. I leave my cold hands to warm up 8- continuous use of coupons, To "the
Krenik" I leave the poem under the windshield wiper on 10l31l80. To carrots Two carrots I leave the
Mormon football jock in the morning, alter school, 8- band trips, Northridge. icecream splurges. our private
"convo's." shared bus seats and totally max days. I leave to my sister a date with Kevin S the next three of
Agoura, To Brett 8. Mary ' leave my almost good grades. good times in Algebra. Thanks Agroua Tall flags.
band 6. banners, 6 my best buddies for all the memories.
I. Mike Kleinfelter, leave Agoura High happy. that is happy to get out! I thank my good friend Steve Daley
for getting a 21-year-old l.D. card, also I thank him for getting me blitzed at lunch 8- work. To Dave
Grossberger Lunn I leave a can of gunk. To Kilpatrick I leave a box of lucky charms. To Valerie Graham I
leave Steve Daley 8 hope everything works out. To Guy Mazza I leave a hefty round of beads. To Chuck
"meIIonhead" Marshall I will him a new brain. To Natalie Fechner all of the luck in the world. To Missy
Reynolds I leave Dennis Webb. To Paul Reynolds l leave him luck in his future. To all my other friends I wish
them the same.,
I. Kara Kline, leave M.M. a humungous bag for shopping, our own "Laverne 8. Shirley" apartment. a very
skimpi bikini. a chainsaw for D.A.. my friendship forever, much happiness with S.C. To T.S. a muffler for her
footer, her own counseling office S my friendship forever. To K.E. a private ball retriever. a punch bowl, a
fairy to grant her wish. 81 more radical times. To R.R. more driving lessons and a bag to go over her red lace
for setting off the bank alarm. To P.L. a trip to Texas to see the Chainsaw Masacre. To H.B,, J.B, Kadison 8-
a private plane to fly to S.F. anytime. T. K.L. a lifetime supply of Cinnebar. To P.M. a matching outfit. To
T.W. lots of luck 6. a years supply of gas for her senior year. To L.D. permission to stay out as late as she
wants. To D.H. a trip to Australia 8. my job. To Agoura High students I leave my secret plans to escape from
the noon aids 8. guards.
I. Shuichi Komiyama. leave one single quotation to be perished for the Agoura High Class of 1981 -- "Love
But love always.
I. Philip Kraft. leave Kevin Poley my book on 101 ways to lie without being caught. among other things. I
leave Greg Miller all my socks 8. underwear which he lacks. I leave Steve Rawlings my book on penguins B.
I. Anita Krook. leave Agoura High with a sigh of relief. To Anette A. a book entitled "Agoura 8 Simi ValIey's
Hot memories of the "good times!" 8. my friendship forever. To Theresa O. a U-Haul for your studio
assignments. To Bruce W. . . . a shower, To Susan Mc. all the luck you'Il need to survive a senior year at
Agoura. a pair of 3 inch heels. a bag of cookies to eat while you are on your diet. the wish that- all your
dreams come true. and last but by no means the least I leave you all the understanding you gave me. the
good times in the past IO years. 8. a future filled with love 8. friendship. To everyone who helped me make
my senior year a great one . . THANKS!
I. Walter Kubelun, being of sound mind 8- body leave to Kim Anderson all my Yoplait yogurt without
spoons. To Mr. Bushner I leave a decent film projector for his super film class. To 72 I leave my sleeping bag
8. her Friday nights free. To Pat Croner I leave a year's supply of kitty litter. To Todd I leave 4 years of great
friendship. To MicheMicheal Scott Thomas I leave my super speed on the soccer field. To Jaime I leave all
my passing English papers. To my little brother I leave my little black book. To Carrie I leave a new
respectable toothbrush. To Randi I leave my phone bill. To Kathy I leave my great job at the club. To val 8.
Jul's I leave my great body 8- Oceanography grades. To Sharon Rich I leave an autographed picture of Jay
Joyce. To Bunny I leave all my Baby's albums 81 all our fun times. To Stewart. I leave boxing lessons. To
Marci I leave all the good times we had 8. the part of Sally. To Frank I leave Plan II. Westlake 6 my muscles.
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ABOVE: Mr. Lasnik and "friend"
ABOVE LEFT: Mr. Smith Department Head
LEFT: Jenny Hall takes a break from writing during one of Mr. Lasniks
This year the Science department is headed by Mr.
Smith, a well known and much liked Oceanography and
Biology teacher at Agoura High. Mr. Smith has been
teaching science classes at Agoura for many years and
has been known to get very involved with his work,
much to the delight andfor dismay of his students.
Besides Mr. Smith, the other science teachers at
Agoura include Mr. Lasnik, a veteran of the Science
department who teaches Biology BSCS and Physiol-
ogy, Mr. Ramirez, who is best known for his Ornamental
Horticulture work, Mr. Patterson, a physics and chemis-
try teacher, and Mr. Harms, Earth and Life Sciences
instructor. An average day in one of these teachers'
science classes may prove to be very interesting with
labs, informative and often very good films, and even
the opportunity of hearing guest speakers or taking field
trips, in addition to everyday lectures and assignments.
The Art department is a big department here at Agoura High, but
amazingly enough, it is only run by three teachers. lvlr. Patrick Kale
is the department head this year and he has earned this position
with his dedication to his classes and helpful instruction to art
students. This year Mr. Kale is teaching Ceramics, Stained Glass
and Slipcasting. The other two teachers in this department are lvls.
Feldtkeller, who teaches Drawing Land, Stained Glass, Commer-
cial Art and Silkscreening, and Mr. Neely, who teaches photogra-
phy and is also the Yearbook advisor.
RIGHT: lvls. Feldtkeller giving a most satisfying look. BELOW FNGHT: Another fine
stained glass project in its completion. BELOW: Mr. Patrik Kale, Department Head.
BELOW LEFT: David Schellesinger with one of his earned creation
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Planning Our Tomorrows
The Business department has many interesting
and useful classes to take, such as Vocational
Typing, Business Law, Personal Typing, Account-
ing, Shorthand and Vocational Job Skills. The de-
partment is headed this year by Mrs. Goodes, who
in addition to teaching Typing and Shorthand, is in
charge of Agoura High's Spirit Team. Mrs. Lund-
quist, new to the department this year, is teaching
Business Law, Accounting and Journalism. This
was Mrs. Fisher's last year in the Business depart-
ment. She retired at the end of the first quater,
after having taught Vocational Typing.
BELOW: Mrs. Goodes LEFT: A typical day in the typing class.
BOTTOM LEFT: Mrs. Lundquist enjoys her Business classes
here at Agoura.
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The Math department is definitely one of the most com-
plicated departments at Agoura High, with its endless
array of "equations, postulates and theorems," all of
which only serve to confuse math students. The teach-
ers of this department have done much to improve the
student's understanding of the work, however. These
teachers are Mr. Berke, Mr. Belcher, Mr. Holden, who is
also chairman ofthe department, Mr. Falkin, Mr. Harms,
Mr. lsenburg, and Mr. J.D. Smith and Mr. Fiezinas, who
in addition to math classes also coach successful sports
teams at Agoura. New to the department this year is Mr.
Goldberg, who also teaches English. The math subjects
that these teachers teach include Pre Algebra, Algebra,
Geometry, General and Consumer Math, Math Analysis
LEFT: Mr. Holden, Department Chairmen BELOW: Karen Finke en-
joys her lunch during class BELOW LEFT: Mr. BeIcher's Math class
hard at work BELOW RIGHT: Mr. Belcher lends a helping hand
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The use of foreign languages is a very essential part of our
culture, and one of the objectives of the foreign language
department at Agoura High School is to stress their impor-
tance. The department consists of two subjects, French and
Spanish. The French department is headed by Mrs. Myer, who
loves to teach French and tell humorous tales about her exper-
iences abroad. The Spanish department is under the direction
of teachers Mr. Christionson, Mr. Quint and Dr. Steffen. Mr.
Ohristionson, who once lived in Mexico, came to Agoura to
teach Spanish. This year he is teaching Spanish I and ll in
addition to his Leadership class. Mr. Quint, a renowned Ger-
man teacher at Agoura, is teaching Spanish l and ll, as well as
English, since the Foreign Language department has dropped
its German courses. Dr. Steffen, who has a Ph.D. in the lan-
guage ot Spanish, is teaching Spanish ll and IV this year.
Though some students have found foreign languages difficult
to learn, the teachers of this department will always be remem-
bered by those who were fortunate enough to have mastered
these languages with their help.
LEFT: Craig Brink, a master of all languages. BELOW: Mr.
Quint is shown teaching one of his many Spanish classes.
BOTTOM LEFT: Mrs. Myer, who is in charge of the depart-
ment, is definitely one of our more interesting teachers at
Agoura. BOTTOM BlGHT: Mr. Christianson displays one of his
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This year, the English department is under the
direction of Mrs. Graham. Mrs. Graham has made
a name for herself in the Agoura High English
department by winning many awards of recogni-
tion for her contributions to the English language.
Her capacity for teaching has shown itself in the
classes she is teaching, World Literature and Eng-
lish ll Honors. Our other fine teachers of English
and the classes they teach are as follows: Ms.
Antonucci, English I Honors and Communication
Skillsg Ms. Bishin, World Literatureg Ms. Doi, Eng-
Iish ll and Illg Mr. Litton, Classical Literature and
English IV Honorsg Mr. Maitland, English I-lllg Ms.
Packard, English 12, and Mrs. Stewart, British
Literature, English Composition and Power Read-
RIGHT: Mrs. Graham, our honored English instructor.
BELOW: Ms. Antonucci, caught at a rare monent.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Stewart one of our most enthusiastic
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Agoura High School has several special education programs
for students with special needs. The programs include
speech therapy, adaptive physical education, the resource
specialist program, the self-contained special education
class, and the severe language disabilityfaphasia program.
Students enrolled in a special education program receive
instruction that is designed for their individual learning needs
and abilities. Special Education students also take classes in
the regular program of instruction. Some students have as
little as one hour per week of instruction in a special educa-
tion program. Other students may have from one to four
classes per day in their special education program.
Social Science. . . Training
Tomorrows Leaders Today.
PsychoIo9y. World Studies, Philosophy, U.S. History, Gov-
ernment, and student and law are just a few classes that is
offered in the Social Science department. t
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Marching Towards Our Dreams
Marching Band is a successful course on campus.
Taught under the supervision Tom Jackson, the band has
appeared in many parades and festivals. Some of the
highlights of the year were appearing in "Fantasy on
Parade: at Disneyland, a concert at the Los Angeles
Boneventure and appearing in the All Western Band Re-
view. This competition spans from San Francisco to
Mexico City. Out of 78 bands, Agoura placed 3rd!! Other
shows they participated in were, Walnut Field Show, 1st.
place, Azuza Field Show 2nd. place, Mission Viejo Band
Review, 2nd. place, C.S.U.N. Field Show, lst. highest
music score, West Arcadia Band Review, 1st. place, Cal.
Arcadia Band Review, lst. place 13rd year in a rowl and
Antelope Valley Field and Parade, 1st. in parade and 4th.
place in field. They also won overall music at Antelope
Valley. CONGRATULATIONS to our marching band!!!
The Members of the band are, L. Ackerman, C. Altergott, B. Andell, M. Antoniades, D. Armstrong, D. Behl, R.
T. Boelens, M. Brown, M. Bucholz, K. Carpenter, M. Cicero, S. Cole, C. Curtlss, P. De Minico, J. Emmons,
Eschenbruecher, D. Fransen, H. Gates, M. Gehri, W. Gillette, L. Glass, C. Golden, D. Hansen, D. Harmen, D. Hooper,
Irwin, K. lrwin, C. Johnson, T. Kappl, L. Klevs, P. Kramer, D. LaBruyere, D. Lashbrooke, C. Long, A. Mac Innes,
Manion, A. Mellinger, E. Rentz, R. Rummell, J. Rutherford, S. Schwab, K. Shute, D. Singer, T. Sorner, M. Stribling
Task, D. Loops, G. Wanner, G. Wong, K. Yarber and S. Yarber. The Members of Flags and Banners are, S. Balter, R
Bellinson, D. Burkman, W. Callaway, J. Crosby, M. DeGennaro, J. Derrick, C. Dellemore, J. Foster, K. Garvisch
Hemond, T. Hiner, T. Holm, A. Holmes, S. Householder, K. Kzeldegoard, A. Lyons, A. Mac Murtirr, L. McDonough
McGure, L. Moore, S. Sperrs, P. Tims, K. Wellner, S. Wool.
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Violence, Emotion, - The Year That Was
As I sit here on the day of March 13, I
Lok back on the year of 1980 and see
at we grimaced, we smiled, we wept, we
rughed. We hated we loved.
The year flickered across our faces, but
randed our hearts.
We saw injustice. We saw violence. We
aw nature kill thousands of our neigh-
ors. And mankind, too.
But still, we hope and we prayed.
We hoped through all 31,622,400 sec-
-nds that a bearded religious man would
ee 52 of us held hostage in a distant
und. We enter the next year still hoping.
We hoped we could jail a worldwide
ickpocket-inflation. And we hoped we
-ould kick the oil habit.
There were reasons for hope. We were
Earning more about our bodies and the
avens, finding new limitations and new
otential. And we found out - finally - who
hot that TV oil baron named J.R.
The second hand had spun.
Nature wrote plenty of headlines . . .
The earth moved Italy. And belched in
Ferocious winds fed timberland fires in
outhern California and homes were con-
lumed. Soaring temperatures in the Unit-
d States parched crops and claimed
lies. Floods and storms took land and
es from California to India.
. . and mankind wrote a few head-lines,
A grisly prison uprising in New Mexico,
're FBl's Abscam inquiry, race riots in
iami, war between Iran and Iraq, Soviet
adow' in Poland.
Republican Ronald Reagan, former
Elalifornia governor and actor, became
e oldest man elected president in the
J.S. history-at the age 69- by defeating
immy Carter. Independent candidate
ohn B. Anderson won few votes, but se-
ured a footnote in history by making bal-
Pts in every state. Republicans took con-
ol of the U.S. Senate for the first time in
o decades. Among Democratic losers
ere such longtime senators as George
cGovern, Frank Church, Birch Bayh and
Some 125,000 Cubans streamed to
lorida on the "Freedom FlotiIIa" with Fi-
el Castro's blessing. A few were disap-
ointed with the land of the free-six flights
ere later hijacked to Cuba in the worst
pate of air piracy in 11 years. At year's
nd, some 6,000 Cubans were in a resett-
ment camp, and thousands were in pris-
n. The year had its disheartening mo-
Our standard of living eroded. Inflation
.Jas not to be roped. The U.S. economy
ank into recession, and the recovery was
haky. Interest rates rode a roller coaster.
Buyers stayed home. Mount St. Helens
lew its top, turning a lush pine forest into
lumberyard. Mountain Man, Harry Tru-
an wouldn't leave, and became a leg-
nd of sorts in death - a fate shared by
tome sixty others. Ash hurled 11 miles
High and drifted and turned day into night
w Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
The capitivity of 52 Americans in Iran,
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KEY WEST, FLA. MAY 17 - GUARDED POSITION - A Coast Guard patrol keeps an eye on a shrimp
boat loaded with refugees as it makes it way to port in Key West. Federal Authorities are siezing all boats
returning from Cuba with refugees and stopping all boats planning to go to Cuba.
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BALVANO, Italy, NOV. 24 A rescue team goes
through the debris toward the church that col-
lapsed burying some 50 people. The strong
quake that struck Southern Italy killed at least
' JOHN LENNON SLAIN IN NEW YORK - The
Beatles, with John Lennon at right perform in
I New York in September of 1964. Lennon was
' shot and killed in New York outside his apart-
ment building. Other Beatles in picture are from
left, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and
Ringo Starr on drums.
had trees sprouting yellow ribbons in the
United States, and the nation and its
leaders prayed, protested, and pursued
solutions. Nothing helped.
A secret rescue mission was aborted
when three helicopters broke down. As
the U.S. servicemen left an Iranian desert,
two aircraft collided, and eight men died.
Finally the ordeal ended, as the negoti-
ations reached an agreement, and 52
happy Americans boarded a plane for
Wiesbaden, West Germany to the cheers
of the world.
An earthquake racked Algieria, leaving
400,000 homeless, and at least 10,000
people dead or missing. Another 200,00
lost their homes and 3,000 their lives
when an earthquake devastated South-
Two hotel fires in a week - one in Las
Vegas, Nevada, one in White Plains, N.Y.
- killed 110 people. We thought about
A summer of 100-plus temperature in
much of the nation claimed more than
1,200 lives. The heat and Drought turned
tender stocks of grain into tinder in over a
dozen states, doing some 12 billion in
A thirty-six hour rampage at the New
Mexico State Penitentiary at Santa Fe left
33 inmates dead and revived the old
question-what are we going to do about
overcrowding in our prisons?
Toxic shock syndrome, a sometimes
fatal disease caused by a common bacte-
rium, was linked to tampons, but more
WAFI TRAINING An Iranian mullah wearing a turban fatigues and running shoes trains a group of
"holy warriors in the arts of warfare in Iran s embattled Kermanshah Province
UP SHE GOES - Mount St. Helens roars to life on the morning of Oct 17 sending a plume of smoke and
ash skyward. The volcano is located 45 miles north-east of Portland Oregon in Washington Next to Mount
St Helens is Mount Rainier, a dormant volcano. The plume was estimated to be 50 O00 feet
NON KILLED - This is a 1980 handout photo of former Beatle John Lennon, left, with his wife Yoko
Lennon was shot to death outside his New York apartment building.
Soviet troops entered Afghanistan and the
United States responded by halting grain ship-
ments to Russia. The President called for -
and got - a U.S. boycott of the Summer
Olympics in Moscow, and the events became
a Soviet romp when 36 nations stayed away.
Rioting broke in Miami streets after an all-
white jury acquitted tour former police officers
in the fatal beating of a black man. 18 people
died, and the S100 million in damage made it
the most costly urban disorder in U.S. history.
Undercover FBI agents offered bribes on
behalf bogus Arab shieks, paying out almost
S500,000 to public officials, in the largest in-
vestigations of political corruption in FBI histo-
A U.S. senator and six members of the U.S.
House were indicted because of the Abscam
inquiry, and trials successfully tested the FBl's
newest type of evidence -videotapes. The
senator was not up for re-election in Novem-
ber, and voters rejected five of the six con-
The year 1980 also it's heartening moments
Although it seemed nothing could be done
for most of the hostages, six Americans es-
caped Iran after nearly three months in hiding
in the Canadian Embassy, United States citi-
zens cheered their northern neighbor.
And the Iranians freed hostages Richard
Queen because of an illness they couldn't ex-
plain. It was multiple Sclerosis, and he's OK.
In one ofthe most dramatic scenes in Lon-
don since World War ll, commandos stormed
the Iranian Embassy and rescued nineteen
people. Three of the terrorists, members of the
Arab ethnic minority in sourhern Iran, were
killed. The terrorists killed two of their hos-
tages during the six-day siege.
The cruise ship Prinsendam caught fire in
the cold, stormy waters of the Gulf of Alaska,
and in the largest rescue at sea in recent histo-
ry all 500 passengers and crew members sur-
vived. The luxury eventually sank.
Maxie Anderson and his son, Kris, became
the first to traverse North America nonstop in
a balloon. The elder Anderson promptly made
plans for a nonstop balloon around the globe.
The world gots its best view ever of the solar
systems sixth planet when Voyager I skipped
through Saturns rings.
Scientists found a way to produce interferon
in commercial quantities. But after touting in-
terferon as possibly THE cure for cancer, sci-
entists backed off. Studies continued.
The gutsy U.S. hockey team won the gold
medal at the Olympic Games at Lake Placid,
N.Y., besting, among others, the top rated
Soviets. And a muscular 21-year-old Ameri-
can, named Eric Helden, won five Golds in
speed-skating - a record in Winter competi-
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla., Dec. 30 - MOV-
ING TOWARD LAUNCH PAD - The space shuttle -
Qolumbia begins it's 3V2 mile journey from the Vehi-
cle Assembly Building to the launch pad, for final
preparations before it's March lift-off. This is Ameri-
ca's first reusable space craft and will carry Astro-
nauts Robert Crippen and John Young on it's maid-
LOS ANGELES, JAN. 13 - JUST FOR LAUGHS - President-elect Ronald Reagan laughs and points
during light moment of lucheon in Reagan's honor in Los Angeles, It was Ronald Reagan Day in Los Angeles.
Ninety years of white rule and ten years of
civil war ended when Rhodesia became the
independent nation Zimbabwe. Robert Mu-
gabe, a black leader, was elected prime minis-
ter by a landslide.
The government stepped in to help relocate
over 700 families at Love Canal, long a chemi-
cal dump. The leaking toxic wastes caused
chromosome damage, the Environmental Pro-
tection Agency said.
It was a year of returns . . .
Pierre Elliott Trudeau, ousted as Canadian
prime minister in 1979, won his old job back.
lndia's Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, ousted
and indicted in 1977 was swept into office with
a clean slate.
Bernardine Dohrn and Cathlyn Wilkerson
one-time members of the Weather Under-
ground, surrendered after hiding for a decade.
Another fugitive radical of the anti-war move-
ment, former yippie leader Abbie Hoffman,
The Soviet Union's Andre Sakharov, a No-
ble laureate, was sent to internal exile for criti-
cizing Soviet intervention in Afghanistan and
supporting the Olympic boycott.
.. . acquittals .. .
Former U.S. Budget Director Bert Lance,
was found innocent of bank fraud charges -
three years after resigning amid controversy
over his personal finances and practices as
head of two Georgia banks.
Ford Motor Co., was acquitted of reckless
homicide in a case brought by relatives of
three Indiana teenagers who burned to death
when their 1973 Pinto was hit from behind by
Six Klansmen and Nazis were acquitt
charges they murdered five communists
"Death of the Klan" rally in Greensboro,
Former Beatle, John Lennon was gu
down, and millions spent a silent 10-mi
mourning the singer-songwriter and the
demise of the Beatles, the most succ
rock group of all time.
Twenty black children were killed in Atl
and two were missing. Blacks and
joined a search for the killers.
The exiled Shah of Iran died in Egypt
guslavian Josip Broz Tito died in the co
he led for 35 years. And Col. Harland San
the fried chicken king, died at age 90.
Alfred Hitchcock, the director of film
made millions sweat, jump and shiverg J
Durante, a comedian whose bulbous nos
came a trademarkg and Mae West, b
queen of the double entendre, all died as
But the careers of two other top actors
cut short. Steve McQueen died at fifty
heart attack after surgery for the canoe
had ravaged his body: and Peter Seller
cumbed at 54 after a third major heart
in 16 years.
We suffered, We rejoiced.
But we always hoped.
We enter the next 31,536,000 secon
WASHINGTON, JAN. 20 - REAGAN TAKES OATH - Chief Justice Warren Burger administers the
office to Ronald Reagan at the Capitol. Reagan's wife Nancy holds the Bible. Outgoing President
Carter and his wife Rosalynn are at right. Sen. Mark Hatfield, R-Ore., is third from left.
IN-MAIN AIRBASE, FRANKFURT, JAN. 21 - BACK TO FREEDOM - One ofthe 52 American ex-
ages, David Roeder, shouts and raises his arms as he gets off an Airforce DC-9 medical plane at the
kfurt Airforce Base shortly after he and the others arrived here from Algeria, their first stop in freedom
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RADE -Shredded paper fills the air over the buses
carrying the former hostages and their family mem-
bers down Pennsylvania Ave. for a reception at the
White House. The Capitol dome is in the back-
WASHINGTON, JAN. 27 - FORMER REP. KELLY
CONVICTED - Former Florida Rep. Richard Kelly
bids reporters farewell outside the courthouse in
Washington where he was convicted on charges of
accepting a 325,000 bribe. Kelly was the only Re-
publican Congressman charged in the FBl's Abs-
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setting my destiny for the futureg hoping the sea will guide me towards happiness.
As the waves tumble about me, life's hardships become a reality.
But I know that through perserverance and loyalty, the wind will fill my sails and carry me onward to my ultimate
I Love you.
These words that make such a
brief appearance on the line.
Yet they sum up all the emotions
raging inside me, all of them fighting
I Love you.
How simply it is written on the page.
Why can loving you not be as simple
as writing about it.
However along with the tears and
heartache, would the euphoria
felt when you smile at me go also?
I Love you.
How few words, yet too many for
either of us to say.
How fantastically silly to think these
three simple words would put to an
end my dark feelings of doubt,
anger, and loss . . . But they would.
I Love you
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Yet gentle as the air
the purr chills
the tune cranks
the air mellows
and we go on
People pass, watch
Trying to understand
Although l do
l feel the sensations running through
My mind races from memories of past
and thoughts of future
and the song goes on
There is a meaning of life and love
It reveals in the friendships
We have lived
And of these friendships we have yet to
We seek out the truth in ourselves
learning from others
We are happy
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Especially the love I have
I can share my feelings
with you and discuss my
Although you do not always
I know you do your best
to comfort me.
Not everyone has a special
someone like you,
One that is there when
you need them.
When I was in trouble,
you were there to help.
When I needed a shoulder
to cry on, you loaned me yours.
When I needed someone to
you spent endless hours listening.
You have done so many things
for me and I shall do so many
Our love is eternal!
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Friends are like Rainbows through those weary and rainy days
Friends are like rainbows Though friends have their ups and downs
and rainbows are like friends. there is usually a brighter side
the treasures and secrets they share
Friends bring happiness into our lives, are something to behold.
like colors of a rainbow brighten the skies.
Like the end ot the rainbow holds a
pot of gold!
through our sometimes sad and despairing ways,
Just like a rainbow shines, by Kara Kline
Friends can help see the light
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A tiny box, a secluded square,
I view outward, into the air,
Then myself judged, as the cover lies,
ln everyone I see, I see their eyes.
It's not that I hate you,
Or that you oan't see mine,
And it's not that I love you,
But how you leave me behind.
Run with cosmic strength and speed,
Then stop to reasses the need,
We together breathe beneath the skies,
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the window of your
a mirror to console,
seeds to be sown,
so elusive to won.
By Dan Rosenberg,
photo by Kelly Amish
The Far away Counselor
l've got to talk to somebody
Why not you?
You seem to know the right
things to do.
My mind wanders and
I lose control.
You are the only one who can
soothe my soul.
You are far
but easily reached.
My soul cries to you as a
whale that's beached
I see times through troubled
Times that go by with no dreams
I feel sensations that rock my
and still I fall into that gaping
I touch things both tame
My senses tell me, "you are still
I smell the flowers, orchids
They say to me, "rest here child
and be lazy."
I hear the birds with their '
My lord says, "just wait it won't
"you have no need to fear,
never need you shed a tear."
"your dreams will all come true,
my light shall always shine on you
"the experience you yearn for is
My life, it seems, is run
My lord whispers quietly
"lt won't be long."
ONE S EP BEYOND...
A friend is a person that is honest.
That sometimes hurts with her truthfulness,
And saves you from more pain later on.
A friend is a person that is tactful.
That reasures you and builds your confidence
And fills your emotional strength.
A friend is a person that is original
That does her own thing beautifully,
And lets you do yours.
A friend is a person that follows,
That learns from others what is wrong or right,
And teaches you.
A friend is a person that dreams.
That can push away reality for a while,
And accept impossibilities.
A friend is a person that thinks.
That understands what needs to be done,
And does it.
A friend is a person that cries.
That can feel hurt and make mistakes,
And is loved for it.
A friend is a person that laughs.
That can see the humorous side of situations
And makes you see it too.
A friend is a person that is there.
That helps you up when you've fallen,
And sets you straight.
A friend is a person that cares.
That understands and sympathizes with you,
And gives you comfort.
A friend is a person that talks.
That gives advice and councels you,
And always turns out right.
A friend is a person that listens.
That lends a sympathetic ear when needed,
And acts forever willing.
A friend is a person that is all this and more,
And blessed are those with a friend like
I am blessed.
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V. Football Advances To CIF Playoffs
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After five games of the season, it looked like Agoura's
chances of making the playoffs for the first time since"76
were next to nothing. 4 of the Charger's 5 preseason gmes
were against 4A schools. Narrow defeats to rivals New-
bury Park Q7-OJ and Westlake 120-OJ were discouraging,
but they didn't quit. October 18 marked their first Frontier
League game and Homecoming against Calabasas. Cala-
basas vandalized the school and cut down the team, but
on the field it wasn't even close as Agoura won 42-29. The
victory foretold the rest of the season as the Chargers
rolled to a 4-1 record in league, good enough for a playoff
berth in CIF and second only to powerhouse Rio Mesa.
The Golden Chargers drew Lawndale for the first round.
Despite combacks and spurts of perfection, the game was
to be Lawndale's 41-33. The 1980 season was a very
exciting one, and with a promising JV team coming up,
next year is certain to be just as thrilling.
1. Dave McLaughlin drops back to pass against Newbury Park 2. Coach
Greminger contemplates the next play. 3. John Wilson and Peter Irwin
after the Santa Clara victory.
1. Chargers dig in against Nordhoft on fourth and one. 2. Dave McLaugh-
lin hands off to Mark Bohn
Front Bow ll-ri: Anthony Bertola, Don Helvey, Darren Wise, Mark Bohn, Lonnie Ogden, Todd Taylor, Oren Prosser, Oave Kane, Tim Foster, T
Alane Monasevitch. Second Plow: Mgr. Leslie Moore, Mgr. Anita Krook, Stewart Aiken, Danny Walters, Steve Singleton, Jay Joyce, Pete Irwin,
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John Jabara, Steve Eisner, Bill Cobb, Tom Dolan, Brett Meehan, Dave McLaughlin, Damion Kirkelis. Top Bow: George Holmes, Frank Overton, Bra
Wise, John Wilson, Aaron King, Phil Headrick, Mike Ledato, Greg DeGennaro, Steve DeGennaro.
1. Tom Dolan catches a pass and looks up field for daylight. 2, Todd Taylor enters familiar territory. 3, Diving tackle stopped this Nordhoff runner from
a big gain.
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Dalessandro, Chris Botsford, Dave Reisman, Kevin Dietzman, Mgr. Denise Moreno. Second Row: Coach Bob O'Connor, Rob Stewart, lvan Anderg
Duane Decker, Steve O'Connor, Greg Frum, Dannie Williams, Jim Overton, Joe Muephy, Jeff Shelton, Coach Fred Williams. Third Row: Dikran Mahakl
Mike Sheets, Jeff Richardson, Tim Concannon. Top Row: Mike Focht, Ralph Colantuono, Tim Sornen, Parke Elmore, Hector Guevara, Shane Gazan, I
Mallory, Tony Fiori, Bill Cole. Not Shown: Coach John Crow, Morgan Petty, Robert Vallance.
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a pass through two defenders.
This year's 1980 Freshman team had a tough season Cdon't
they alwaysl. Although playing all out and working hard in
practice, their final record was 106, the season ending on an
upswing with a victory over Hueneme 22-6. "They're super
kids", said Coach Belcher of his team, "and I see a lot of
potential for Varsity."
irst row fl-rj: Michelle Burge fmgr.J, Kevin O'Connor, Ryan Peterson, Andy Day, Robert Stilson, Erik Andersen, Paul Fernandez, Barry Stukes, Steve
odriguez, Karen Zimmermann fmgrj. Second row: Coach Flitterbush, Chris O'Connor tmgr.J, Jerry Yalowitz, Chris Stilson, Scott Gould, Jason Alvey,
us Jursch, Darryl Singer, Paul Houghtaling, Jow Oxx, Stephanie Stricker tmgr.t, Coach Belcher. Top row: Mike Causey, Kevin Carter, Keith Smart, John
erry, Craig Brink, Guy Ouimet, Gary Hougardy, Gary McCarthy.
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The Best Ever
For the Agoura Varsity Water Polo team, the 1980 season
proved to be the most outstanding in the schooI's history.
Taking second place in the Frontier league, the Charger
tankers advanced into post-season C.I.F. competition, a
first for Agoura Water Polo. Offensively, the speed of Eric
Lundstrom and the muscle of John Brody combined to for
the Charger attack. Guarding the goal for Agoura was
first-year goalie Ed Ball, wh led the Charger defensive
attack. Mike Mulligan and Steve Hobman helped Ed great-
ly, using their defensive skills to fen off the opponent.
Tanker mentor Rick Rezinas was ecstatic over the sucess
of his "speed o seven" looks forward to a promising 1981
1. Gary KauFman and John Brody await the start of their C.I.F, play-off
match. 2-Coach Rick Rezinas gives G. KavFman tactical stratagies dur-
ing the fourth quarter. 3-John Brody pictifies Water PoIo's roughness
during Calabasas game.
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awaits result. 2-"Cool Dude" goalie Ed Ball, launches powerful down-
stream shot against glaring sun.
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V. Cross Country Places First
Agoura has one of the best Boys Varsity Cross-Country
teams in the state, third best to be specific. Our Varsity
squad placed number three in California interscholastic
Federation's Finals this season. That is news to many
people here at our beloved school. Jim Kelly, Dave Trussel,
Chris Spitz, Robert Van Wessel, Tom Zallinski, Andy Arm-
strong, Lance Burkhart, and Dave Elder. These Few, proud
soldiers of long distance know no fame, no glory. Only the
eternal satisfaction in knowing their have done their best.
1-Andy Armstrong-"dedication sucks." 2-The recovering David Trussel
psyching up for CIF finals. 3-Chris Spitz engaged in pre-race warm-up. 4-
Chris Witwam looks on enviously as varsity letter is handed out.
DATE DAY OPPONENT LOCATION TIME SCORE
Sept. 25 THURS. THOUSAND OAKS AGOURA 3:30 21-40
Oct. 2 THURS. 'NORDHOFF AGOURA 3:30 25-30
9 THURS. 'CALABASAS AGOURA 3:30 15-45
16 THURS. 'RIO MESA RIO MESA 3:30 19-42
23 THURS. 'SANTA PAULA SANTA PAULA 3130 18-40
THURS. 'SANTA CLARA SANTA CLARA 3:30 15-50
Nov. THURS. LEAGUE FINALS TBA
COACH: Jim Smith
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the top of the 2A Frontier League. At League Finals, this
team placed in Five of the first six finishers. Paced by
Richard Jabara, Chris Witwam, Rod Silver, and Bob Zim-
merman, the team took first through third place, fifth and
sixth in a field of five other high schools. Dave Elder's times
were fast enough to put him in varsity throughout the
league meets and CIF Finals. With most all of the varsity
squad graduating. this leaves plenty of places for these
promising J.V's to move up into.
1-Chris Dickerson keeps pace with James Dison. 2-Rich
Jabara outlasts a Calabasas runner. 3-Brian Jennings with
1 mile to go. 4-Kevin Valance sprints to the finish.
TOP ROW: Will Giverns, Dave Elder, Jeff Cagnon, Doug Offerman, Mike Cassidy, Brian
Jennings, Bob Zimmerman, James Dison. LOWER: Rod Silver, Chris Dickerson, Al Calce, Rich
Jabara, Paul Brennan, Kevin Valance, Chris Witwam.
Cross-Country Girls Capture CIF Title
Girl's Cross Country has been carried by the Class of "81" for
all three years of its existence. As the fourth season began,
there were doubts that there would be a 1981 season because
there were only two sophomores and a freshman out in the '79
But, Agoura High was blessed by three very talented freshman
and a junior 440 runner who was giving cross country a try. The
LA Times ranked the team sixth in its preseason 2A poll. Coach
Smith couldn't understand why. It didn't take him long to realize
that maybe in the 2A division, Agoura did belong in the top 10.
The girls had to adjust to being a winner after being pushed
around in the Marmonte f4AJ year.
The Chargers rushed through the Frontier League and finished
in the top five in all lnvitationals against 3A and 4A competition.
margins. The Varsity won the Frontier League finals wit
points and moved up to 33 in the final regular season 2
In the CIF prelims, the girls had their worst showing of the
but were able to qualify for the finals by getting second in
heat. Going into the finals, Alemany was the heavy favorite
it was for naught. The team goal was doing their individual
and running as a team. It workedg each of the top five impr
her semifinal time by 40 seconds and Susanne Muchitz's
dropped 90 seconds. The combined efforts of the girls to
87 points, edging out Alemany's 98 points and giving the
and Agoura High their first CIF championship in a girl's s
Congratulations to the team's dedication and to Coach
for his help in bringing this about.
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Karen Caruso, Alison Edwards, and Candee Sumner.
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Caruso in a close race.
2. Michelle Simon pushes herself to clock
a good time. 3. Susanne Muchitz winds
her way through the Agoura course.
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Frosh Gains Experience
The trademark of freshman volleyball this year was great
effort and enthusiasm on the part of both the team and the
coach. The team was headed by a new face at Agoura,
Miss Suzanne Packard, who's spirit and devotion led her
team through a season full of excitement and experience.
The spiking ability of Monique Sury, the serving of Andrea
King, and the setting of Sharon Borawski and Elizabeth
Faulkner were great assets to the team, which finished 1-9
in their league. The experience that the girls acquired this
year will help them a great deal next year as potential J.V.
and Varsity players. .
Left to right, top row: Manager Erica Harasyn, Kerry Martin, Lisa Litcha,
Andrea King, Sharon Borawski, Amy Cunningham, Heidi Donahue, Eliza-
beth Faulkner. Bottom Row: Andrea Contarino, Karen Zimmerman, Char-
istina Brody, Colleen Nolan, Monique Sury.
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Coach Bob LaBelle's Varsity Basketball team provided
both improvement and disappoint for the Charger
coach this year. The improvement was a 5-15 record
after a 1-19 record last year. The disappointment was a
fourth place finish in the Frontier League with a 4-6
season, just missing the play-offs. The Chargers made
the mistake, when they moved to 1-A of moving to the
The Chargers were led offensively by the one-two scor-
ing punch of seniors Derrick and Brian Sutton. Between
them, these two averaged over 34 points a game. Beale
also led the battle of the boards along with senior center
Doug Wicks. Senior guard Steve Perrin ran the club and
did the majority of the ballhandling, with help from
Junior Dave Dobrowski. Sophomore forward Charlie
Robbins began the year on J.V., but before long was
promoted to a starting Varsity position. Junior Greg
DeGennaro and Senior Mark Weston also saw consider-
able playing time, and Senior Danny Walters and Junior
Doug Burkman contributed their respective shares to
the team. With four players returning, and a strong J.V.
team moving up, the Chargers can expect a successful
season next year.
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Walters, Steve Perrin.
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1-Agoura ballhandler Steve Perrin 1255 brings the ball up the court while Coach LaBelle
and the Agoura bench look. 2-Doug Wicks goes high for the jump ball while Brian 1245,
Mark Weston 1345 and Charlie Robbins vie for position. 3-Greg De-Gennaro shows good
from the free throw line. 4-Derrick Beale 1455 battles for a rebound against Simi and 5-rises
above the crowd for two against Santa Paula. 6-Doug Wicks 1555 takes the ball to the
hoop, while Charlie Robbins 1445 prepares to crash the boards,
ftp Jeff Buchignani puts up a free throw
against Santa Paula, Q25 Freshman center
Stewart Meyers goes high for the tip
against Nordoff while Jeff Richardson
l33i goes for the ball and C33 against the
Santa Paula while John Dobrowski 1353,
Jon Siegler 4321, and Jim Hall all watch
the ball closely.
lLeft to Righty John Krongold, Jim Hall,
Jeff Richardson, Wes Carter, Scott Hig-
gins Stewart Meyers, Coach Rich Gold-
berg Jon Siegler, Jeff Buchignani, John
Dobrowski, Jeff Frum, Richard Dimino,
J.V.'s Place 3rd In League
The Agoura J.V. Basketball Team finished a respectable third in their
Frontier League race this year. It seems even more respectable when
you consider that the chargers were dominated by sophomores and
started a freshman against other teams made up mostly of juniors.
Starters Jim Hall, John Dobrowski, Jeff Buchignani, Jon Siegler and
freshman Stewart Meyers were vital to the charger effort as were sopho-
more Jeff Richardson and juniors Rich Dimino and Jeff Frum. You may
expect to see many of these people on next year's varsity squad.
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G 1 by The Agoura Frosh-Soph basketball team, a group of
ten individuals who had never played high school
Q basketball before, won the Frontier League Cham-
. pionship with a record of 8-2 this year. lt was quite an
A 1 impressive achievement considering that the team,
consisting of 8 freshman and only two sophomores,
often played against much larger sophomore-domi-
nated teams. Russ Parcell, Russ Spitz, Greg Rous,
Richard Jabara, Chris Brown, Brian Scott and Todd
Dreddick all played consistantly well throughout their
championship season. Many of these young men
could grow up to be excellent varsity players.
Russ Spitz goes up for two, while Richard Jabara battles for
rebounding position. 111 Todd Reddick scores inside as Russ
Percell and Chris Brown look on. 121 Greg Rous intimidates an
opposing player with some aggressive defense. 131
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The girls varsity basketball team did great this year. Their skills
and knowledge have been shown throughout the year against
such rivals as, LaReina, Nordhoff, and the ever popular Calaba-
sas. During the 3 months of training the girls have shown much
dedication and friendship toward each other. When talking to
their coach, Mr. Larry Pascetzski, he has nothing but supportive
comments to make about his girls. With the strong team work of
Laurie Sacks and Jean Marek how could the team go wrong.
Don't miss out on watching these girls in the years to come, in
1-Pat Wahl lshootsl 2- Laurie Sacks, Jean Marek, Babera Sommerfeld, Angie
Zenardo, Joan Marek 3-Dia Zwemke, Pat Wahl, Angie Zenardo, Kate Nolan 4-
Barbera Sommerfeld up for the shot lagainl 5-1223 Laurie Sacks, q13l Pat Wahl,
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1 Annette Knttndge on the fastbreak 2. Leann Livingston goes up for jump
ball 3 Karyn Auth splits two Panthers 4. Top Row tl-rj: Janice iBurlJ Fabian,
Lisa Targan Middle Flow Karyn Auth Annette Kittridge, Leanne Livingston
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The Agoura High Soccer team completed its' most successful
season in 5 years. The team came in first place in the Fromteir
league and beat Calabasas for the first time in Agoura history.
The team was led by all league players: Craig Ekman, Steve
Daley, Mike Wildermuth, league M.V.P. Mike Thomas, Kevin
Majors and Kevin Kelly. Senior Marty Keegan and juniors Darren
Strong, Bert Morefield, Cory Eckel and, Chris Berty. The team
made it to the 2nd round of CIF playoffs before being eliminated
by 3rd ranked Glendale. The team coach, Dick Leonard, who
has completed his most successful season ever, was voted
"Coach of the Year" by other fronteir league coaches.
1-Thomas brings the ball under control. 2-Kubelun eludes defender. 3-Kaiser
starts the attack downfield towards Miller. 4-Daley sets up for one of his lethal
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Marty Keegan, Mike Wildermuth, Coach Dick Leonard. Kneeling: Mitch Thomas, Carl Saynay, Walter
Kubelun, Todd Walsh, Bob Jacobs, Darryl Cass, Kevin Kelley, Craig Ekman. Sitting: Ty Miller, Chris Berty,
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This years wrestling team with varsity coach Steve Smith and
J.V. coach Dennis Ritterbush had a very successful season.
Returning varsity wrestlers Steve Singleton and Steve Clancey
enjoyed an excellent year with some very exciting matches. Also
having a fine year for the Chargers was Mike Sheets. The 80-81
team was a very young team with only three seniors on the
varsity squad. The team had a very productive season, taking
second place at the Agoura-Pierce Tournament, and placing
well at other tournaments. Next years team will again be a
young team but should have a successful season. Most outstan-
dirg went to Steve Clancey. Most improved went to Mike Sheets.
Coaches Achievment Award went to Ed Norick. Four Chargers
got to CIF preliminaries. Sr. Ryan Pete Peterson, Jr. Babak
Sadraie, Sr. Steve Clancey 81 Sr. Steve Singleton.
Varsity Captions: Glenn Bishop wins another match, Kevin Bathgate working his
brake downs, Steve Singleton using one of his forceful crosstaces on a Rio-Mesa
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gate, Mike Sheets, Mike Hanover, Steve Singleton, Hector Guerave, Manager
Leslie Moore, First Row:Manager Dana Akemon, Ed Norick, Steve O'Conner,
Steve Clancey, Babak Sadraie, Glen Bishop, Ryan Peterson, Manager Kara
Duty, Coach Steve Smith.
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Cliff Brainard, Dwan Decker, Craig Brink, David Holland, Andy Mellinger. Front: Steve
n, Geoff Cagnon, Dan Akemon, Brad Sumner, Jerry Yalowitz, Joe Murphy, Coach Dennis
ln J.V. action, Agoura had an inexperienced team
but was helped tremendously, by Dan Akemon
and Geoff Cagnon. Most outstanding went to
Craig Brick. Most improved went to Brad Sumner.
The J.V. team took second place in the league.
J.V. captions: Brad Sumner working up to his base. Another
Charger getting ready for the second round. Dan Akemon
going after his opponent. Brad Sumner being broken down
from his bases.
The J.V. soccer team proved to be an excellent experience for all of the
players. Considering the fact that the team was made up mostly of Fresh-
men, we competed nicely. The J.V. record was 5-4-3 and all of the games
were well played. One especially exciting game occurred at Rio Mesa,
finally ending in 1-O victory for the Chargers, with Steve Kubelun scoring the
winning goal. All in all, the J.V. team had an enjoyable and worthwhile
l-Tim Finn rolling the ball down field against Noldhoft, while Tony Bromwell looks on. 2- John
Ledlord making another game-saving stop. 3-Monty Cook leaping over a Nordhotf player for
an excellent header. 4-Bromwell with some fancy footwork.
Team picture, left to right, top-Steve Boyd, Evan Salus, Tim Finn, Pat Hedges, Jeff Naylor,
Tony Bromwell, Darren King, Ftob Wallstrom, Coach John Berry. Bottom-Manager Andrea
King, Steve Bos, Monty Cook, Flob Shelton, John Ledford, Barak Li-or, Alan Lasker, Andy
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turning pitchers the Chargers look forward to a fan-
tastic year. With Agoura back inthe Frontier League,
Coach Fred Williams believes his ballplayers will have
a winning season. With the help of junior pitchers
Erick Mason and Bart Morefield, the Varsity pitching
staff has depth, as does the hitting attack, powered
by the bat of Steve DeGennaro. Transfer student Joe
Pone and Mike Mulligan will put some speed in the
outfield for the Chargers. With a lotof experience and
new talent, the Varsity team awaits a great season.
The key this year for Coach John Crow's jayvee's is
balance. The sophomores have quality infielders and
outfielders, plus a talented bench. The combined
power hitting of Andy Marcus and John Dobrowski
will set the pace for the Charger's offensive attack,
along with the overallspeed on the basepaths. The
Chargers also have great depth on the mound with
four strong pitchers. With talent, balance, depth and
a lot of ambition the jayvees will have a fantastic
1. Strike one, Strike two, Strike three! Another Ranger out.
Standing il-rl: Mgr. Wendy Pease, Mgr. Mary Beth McEvilyn Mgr Terry Croner Steve DeGennaro Jlm Eaton Mike Krenick Erick Mason Greg
DeGennaro, Chris Brewster, Doug Burkman, Chris Berty. Kneeling Dave Dobrowskr Tony Mello Joe Pone Todd Taylor Mike Mulligan Steve Eisner
Bart Morefield, Flob Presson.
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Standing ll-rl: Jeff Shelton, Craig Difirolamo, John Hawkins, Jeff Buchignani, Bill Cole, Jon Dobrowski, Gary Goldstone, Craig Mello, Coach John
Crow. Kneeling: John Nelestuen, Ken Kraas, Danny Williams, Mike Wheeler, Doug Neumeier, Glenn Salfen, Morgan Petty, Andy Marchus.
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Agoura's golf team played expertly last
season . . . This year they plan to do the
same. Agoura's PUTT-masters have
placed consistently on top of their
league Jeff Richardson and Mike Russel
should place high in C.l.F. Finals when
they roll around. Coach Jim Christian-
son expects his underpar specialists to
birdie their way to the top of the Frontier
league once again
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golf team this year.
21 Jeff Richardson swinging to hit his drive down the
first fairway against Simi.
33 Agoura's No, 1 player on the golf team this year,
Mike Russell, at the top of one of his powerful drives.
From Left: Mike Goldberg, Peter Billing, Les Lade,
Steve Boyd, Jeff Naylor, Mike Russell, Bill Gillette,
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1981 Boy's Tennis Team ll-rj: Bryan Jennings, Coach Bill Harms, Don Neulmeier, John Elder, Colin Thomas, Flueben Halili, Mark Heller, Al Calce, Tln'i
Concannon, Chris Dickerson, 2ND ROW: Paul Brennan, Scott Ash, Ron Lasley, Todd Prepsky, Scott Phelan, Paul Burroughs, John McKee, Chris
Guerin, Steve Ash, Stewart Myers. not pictured: Brian Walsh. I
Agoura has always fielded strong tennis
teams, and despite some setbacks, this
year's addition should to fine indeed. Be-
sides losing many players to graduation,
the Chargers suffered a severe blow when
top player Bruce Walsh broke his arm and
was lost for the year. Number one player
Chris Guerin, 42 Don Neumeier, 43 John
McKee, 44 Ron Lasley and the rest of the
rest of the Agoura netters will have to
brave the Frontier League without Walsh,
under the guidance of Coach Bill Harms.
They're prospects look quite good for
Track Take On Frontier
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4, .5 :Q y2..,iY.ri. y H f yard dash. 2 Jaylwilliamson floats over high hurdeles. 3 Tim Soronen
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'Track 8t Field at Agoura High holds promising prospects once
again. Being in the reletively uncompetative Frontier League, out
team plans to finish first in league competition. With the individ-
ual performances of Will Givens and Mark Boos in the short dash
events, Brett Meehan and Steve Knorr in the hurdles, Lance
Burkhart, Andy Armstrong and Dave Trussel in middle distance
runs, Bob Bowmann and Jim Kelly in the long distance runs,
Brian Case at the pole vault, and Aaron King at the shot-put.
Most if not all will compete at league finals and ultimately . . .
C.l.F. finals. All of this, of course, wouldn't be made possible
without the guidance, leadership and never-ending diligence of
coaches Bill Belcher and J.D. Smith.
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League Prelims Rio!Mesa
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1-Pat Perry on a flying start. 2-Will Givens dusts opponents in the 220,
TOP ROW. Aaron King, Brett Meehan, Steve Knorr, Tom Zielinski, Eric Flothberg, Bryan Case, Bob Bowman. 2ND ROW. Todd Scribner Kev:
Dave Woodruff, Steve Peele, Todd Beutel, Kevin Vallance, Rod Silver, Pat Perry, Chris Witwam. 3BD ROW: Tim Finn, Doug Offerman, Will
Scott Higgins, Mark Boos, Andy Armstrong, Tim Soronen, Jay Williamson, Dave Horn, Dave'Elder.
Girls Win League
row, Jill White, Michele Simon, Karen Caruso, Carla Yates, Lisa Ash, Julie Lamoreaux, Valerie
s, top row, Coach J.D. Smith, Kristen Anderson, Kim Walker, Beth Landy, coach Frank Greminger,
er James, Ceana Glinke, Elizabeth Faulkner. NOT PICTURED: Tamie Ratzan, Wendy Hall, Jamie
, Stacie Neumann.
na Glinke jumps her longest, 2 Kim Walker finds the pain of being a winner, 3 Michele Simon anchors
ile relay 4 team shot
Our female tracksters here at Agoura
have proven to be one of the most talent-
ed teams in years. With patience and in-
spiration of coaches Frank Greminger
and J. D. Smith our team will finish first in
the First in the Frontier League. With the
likes of Kim Walker, Stacie Neuman, Mi-
chelle Simon, Carrie Ftose, Beth Landy,
Ceane Glincke, Lisa Ash, Allison Ed-
wards, Wendy Hall, and the true master of
distance running, Karen Caruso. All these
girls and more shall amuse us as usual at
the CIF finals.
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1-Carla Yates. 2-Kristen Anderson sprints the 440.-3-Kim Walker awaits start of mile relay. 4-Michelle Simon 1 2 NE ii
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The word for the Girl's Swim team at Agoura is tradition. Agoura
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competitive in Frontier League competition. With several young
swimmers in the group, the tradition should continue through
the years to come.
Top row--Coach Rezinas Third row-Leslie Baldasti, Stacy Rosenthal, Kerry
Cooper, Kim Anderson, Mindy Benioff, Monique Sury. Second row-VKris
Bratzler, Jenny Helland, Dianna Outmesguine, Jackie Olson, Beth Kincaid, Lisa
Moffet, Wenda Windle. Front row-Julie Berman, Becky Hays, Fluthellen Nack-
man, Christina Brody, Shelley Parcell, Eileen Spinner.
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Another year has come and gone, along
with another season of Varsity and J.V.
softball. Both teams did especially well
this year. They went in with much enthusi-
asm, which kept them on top in their
league. Fine coaching ability was dis-
played by coach John Goodes, as well as
coach Larry Pasetski. The Varsity went
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ers, But even with this handicapp, they
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a team to take lightly.
On the J.V. level the team showed much
potential through the whole season. We
will be watching for these girls in the years
to come. Special thanks was given to the
managers on both teams.
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Below: Pam Ftentz demonstrates her ability on the balance beam.
Above: Angie Zanardo preparing for her floor routine.
Below: Celine Rose stretching out in preparation for their first meet this
Spirit Team 1980-81
The 1980-81 Spirit Team had a success-
ful season. These 32 girls were responsi-
ble for Varsity, JV, and Frosh athletics
during the Fall, Winter, and Spring sport
seasons. They covered all home games
for every sport and every away game for
football and boys basketball. Other activi-
ties include Pep Assemblies, Fund Bais-
ers, and attending a summer camp at
UCSB. They returned with loads of enthu-
siasm which they carried throughout the
year. To prove this, they brought home
from camp several blue ribbons and re-
ceived a spirit stick while attending the
camp. They all felt it was a memorable
experience and had a lot of fun.
First Row QL-RJ, Bev Nichols, Carla Yates, Teri Anderson, Lori Erhorn, Jill White, Marybeth McEvily. Second Flow: Susi Gellenck, Susan Borawski,
Laura Schwake, Susan Brownfield, Karin Finke. Third Row: Lisa Grey, Sue Steck, Tracy Nine, Kim Kincaid, Kellie Argue.
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Mary Hass, Jodi Krenik, Jackie Olson, Shelly Parcell. Third Flow: Lynn Hill, Chris Miele, Lisa Ashby.
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,got through the ups and downs involved in our activities-and fundraisers by
ing each thing as it came and we worked them out together. Our school
lit has grown since our freshman year and I know that it will be even greater
I stronger next year because we have spirit that will stay with usalways.
h the help of my class, Mr. Antonucci and Mrs. Croner our advisors, and my
:ers Cory, Monique and Andrea my job was made so much easier and
:h more egigyable. Next year as seniors with our togetherness and superior
it, it will be the best year of our Agoura High Schoolfoareer and a year to
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I2 andl wish them luck always. ' V
LEFT: Monique Antoniades, Andrea Lemons and
BELOW: Pres. 'Jill Galiher
Something about our "Dedicated" Junior Athletes, of
which their are many. We have such talented individuals as
Kate Nolan lvolleyballj, Will Givens ftrackl, Susan Crouse
ltennisl, Kris Jester ftennisl, Cory Eckel ffootballl and
many others working hard to give our school a name to be
proud ot. They put a lot ot time and effort into their individ-
ual sports and we know that our great athletes from the
Class of 1982 will never let our Agoura Athletic Depart-i
ment down. Keep up the good work!
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Our class of '82 has always been very spirited. They have
proved this by winning the Spirit Can in both of their first two
years at Agoura and by winning the overall Spirit Week com-
petition their Sophomore year. This year they continued to
show their spirit as the Juniors hit "The Zoo." We refer to they
newfound "zoo" in the Agoura Stadium. This section is 1
served for those students who will help support the team
cheering and generally making fools of themselves. Ma
thanks to all those foolish Juniors.
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petition yells, and routines performed
by our 1980-81 J.V. and Varsity cheer-
leaders. We had our usual visit from
our own Jane Curtin and our informa-
tion- update, too. There was also the
uncovered mystery of "Who shot
J.D.?", but the highlite of the morning
was the return of the breath-taking
1964 alumni cheerleaders, who per-
formed a talented cheer from the good
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archrival Calabasas with a 42-
21 win. This years half-time
show was a memorable one.
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and Banners performed, fol-
lowed by an exciting para-
chute show by the California
Aerial Parachute Team. Then,
this year's Homecoming
Queen, Cindy Kerby, was
crowned by 1979's Queen,
Shannon Pond. After the half-
time festivities the many stu-
dents and alumni present
watched as our varsity team
returned to the field and
sewed up their victory over the
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This years Homecoming dance was surely a dream come true.
Agoura's G building was filled with many happy Agoura students,
students from other schools, alumni's . . . and freshmen. The dance
began at 8:00 after which the featured band, The Electric Warriors,
played a variety of our students favorite types of music. The dance
honored this years homecoming court, Donna Marion, Jenny Helland,
Susie Jacobson, Holly Atkinson and Cindy Kerby, and they as well as
everyone else who attended had a wonderful time. The dance ended
at 11:00, but for most couples, the evening continued.
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date, Junior Class Princess Susi Jacobson, Senior Class Princess Holly Atkinson and Jerry
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your basic, everyday Transylvania, but like it for instance, there were alot of
mice running around campus, and not too many monsters - it was scary,
nonetheless. Other attractions were the dress-up contest, the haunted
house and a visit from the Great Pumpkin Halloween morning. On the
whole, Halloween was a very enjoyable day.
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A great way of life.
Career Day this year at Agoura was very
successful, interesting and students had
lots of fun while learning alot too. Career
Day was on November 20, taking the
place of second and third period that day.
Career Day gives students a chance to
learn about different careers, and meet
professionals in a variety of fields. A week
prior to career day, students choose two
classes in careers to attend from a
lengthy list consisting of Cosmetology,
Real Estate, Photography and many,
many more. Agoura feels this is a great
way to help their students prepare for the
future and most everyone enjoys it.
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T0 Jaime again l leave my raw animal magnetism 8. my waxed cracker.
I, Tammy Lachman, leave Laurie parrot, all the punk rock albums she can handle. To Marla Meisl a drivers
license 8 my Pat Benatar tape. To Shannon Shutak a lifetime supply of Gifts 8 good advice. To Scott
Selstad a big thanks for getting me through our English class 8 of course Tami Hammond. To Jay Joyce all
of the dirty letters he can remember 8 a package of Bic pens. Most of all to Mark Ozbourn-Me!
I, Lisa Lakotas, leave to Carrie Rose a new car with doors that will stay closed. To Mike Russell I leave a
wardrobe of unwrinkled Jordache jeans. To Doug Wicks a whole bunch of lox 8. bagels. To Laura Lee I give
a collection of Leo Sayers albums that she can sing 8 dance to at parties. To my friends Sue, Karen, 8.
Deanna I leave good luck 8 fun times for the future. To Mike I leave all the love I have.
I, Chris Lang, do hereby leave: Jill Oviatt a case of sunkist, her own room at Seven Oaks Ct. Denise Bulac a
whole cookie. Anne Reeder a starring role in a movie with Chevy Chase. Paul Miller Olive, me. Stacy
Newman a guy who is worthy of you. Theresa Chaides all of the Beatles everything, Diane Janedas a poster
ffor me?l Brian Murphy a pipe, the sand trap at the golf course. John Brody 22 lbs. of chocolate chip
cookies. Steve Peel my entire earring collection. Mr. Litten a coupon for a case of Lipton tea bags. Mr. Pete
a winning track season.
I, Shari Lee, being of sound mind 8 body, leave to Dawn 8. Loral Lee my ISP, DCE, cliff notes, 8 all the luck
in the world. To Pat Wahl, I leave 100 gallons of Swiss Orange Chip icecream, a tall guy, maybe M.M. 8.
"Patricia-Hola, que pasa usted?" To Lori Brady, I leave Jim Fox iHey 19l. To Leslie Gagnon, I leave Mike,
Rob, D.W., 8 an all-expenses-paid trip to Hawaii. To Holly Sinclair, I leave a good conduct medal for
making it to school most of the time. To Jennifer Love lkidl my best f8 craziestl friend ever, I leave a puck
8. a stick, Kings La, Dave Taylor, 818, Larry Murphy, 35 fl get Steve Jensen 322 8 Buckl, partnership in
owning the Los Angeles Kings, doodle arts, "Which Way is Up?," "Do you . . "would you? really!!!,"
"Aqua Velva, 8 here he comes!" "What did you slip on?" "Butter, butter?" "no Parkay!" M.M., cap over
brow, "by the sea right?," Texas, General Hospital, can you believe we are seniors? Bob 8 Pete, talking In
the rain, S.C., Richard, peachy, smooth sailing, camp, horseback riding, round trip airfare to Hawaii,
Manhattan Beach, season seats fwith our names engraved 8 no smokersl in section 10 or section 27, a
lifetime subscription to Hockey News, da da da da charge! Da da da da sargel, "He shoots, he scores!"
Much happiness always, and all my love! To everyone at Agoura High lteachers tool, good luck in the
I, Shannon Leydon, leave to my sister, Regan, a happy 3 more years of Agoura High School, 8 to her
friends jwhom she brought over at lunchl the reassurance that I really don't hate you all. To Theresa
Chaides, a 105h year of good times 8 the patience to put up with me for another 10. To Melinda Hedges.
an eggnog toast to your wit 8 my goodness. To Luanne, the Karmic wisdom to follow the eternal light. To
Wayne 8 Darrell "adios amigosf' To my gymnastics class, all double backs. To all my teachers a sincere
"thankyou" and to the Class of 1981 - lots of fun!!
I, Diane Lindgren, leave to Gina Richardson lessons of how to get off a ski lift without having to stop the
entire lift 8 have a ski instructor carry you off! A gas credit card in my name, another "Rocky" sweatsuit to
wear to Rocky Ill, the money we paid to go up to the snow for our hot chocolate 8 the gas 8 most of all I
leave to you the thankfulness of making my life a lot easier by having you as my friend. To Laura the money
to go to Sears Driving School, a pizza, our emergency earthquakes kit, a trip to Europe, a Corvette. To
Wendy I leave my license in exchange for her car, longer legs so that when I sit in the front I won't have to
adjust the seat. A kiss with Richard Dawson, all my change for lunch. To Mary all the years in the world,
Richard Gere 8 my love to the best sister anyone could have. To Polka, K.B. 8 a new pair of P. E. shorts so
she won't ruin mine! To my mom 8 dad I thank you for everything. To Twinkle the chance to bark for 1 hour
I, Jaime Livingston, leave to Leann, size five shoes, in hopes that her feet will shrink 8 hoping that her next 2
years at Agroua are as fun as mine were. To the "Veenie-Oueen", I leave guys - 2 years filled with great
memories, 8 many more to come. I leave to Natalie "dodo waa's" 8 Spiderman 8 a future filled with more
fun memories. To Marty I leave his own personal "10" 8 his own gossip column. To Kara I leave next years
Freshmen. I leave to "Hawk-eye," to many good times 8 your own talk show. To Porky, I leave brew! To
Hippo remembrance of all the memories we've shared 8. a ski boat. To Holly, I leave Phil my room, 8. my
clock radio. To Walt I leave a box of "Waxed crackers" 8 all of the old call slips we delivered during 1st
period. To Paul, I leave my brother, more hiking trips 8 more fun times together. Finally I leave!!!
I, Jennifer Lockett, bequeath to Holly Ballard all the quarters for bagels I owe her. To Mr. Litton his own
personal T.A. To Pam Molsick her own set of keys to my car. To Sheryl Bratton a case of Tom Collins mixer.
To Denny Kane a "jet to the john" card.
I, Curtis Long, leave the keys to my Camaro 8 a lifetime supply of McDonalds hot fudge sundaes fwith nutsl
to Debbie, Mellissa, 8 Kristin. I leave for Mr. Jackson somebody to teach his new liord show. Mrs.
Antonucci The Lord of tho Ringo. For Messers. Ftizzardi, Patterson, 8. Rebd my thanks 8 respect. For Mr.
Bushner, China. Mr. Litton, Mrs. Grossman 8 Mrs. Bishin, thanks for being me mans new thoughts. For
Dean I leave a Steinway, a Spitfire, 8. Appalachian Spring.
I, Jennifer Love, leave to Dawn Lee my DCE 8 all the last rninte latenight homework assignments I
crammed in. lleave to Glendon all the hamburgers Idryl, pizza, 8 math classes together including Rob 8 all
of his spaced out stories that left me scared to death! Thanks for the great weekend in P.S. I leave Johnne
Bromwell a pair of ice skates 8 a back brace 8 our phone calls telling each other what kind of trouble we
have gotten into, I leave Lori Brady my latest hockey convert, popcorn to throw at the N.Y. Rangers fans
that ever chant "here we go Ranger's, here we go." A video tape of our legendary walk behind Greg
"twice" also the one 8 only Jimmy "foxie" lWooofl! To Shari Cass I leave all our midnight munchies, talks
in the rain, 8 crazy adventures - not to mention Buck 8 Richard. I also leave you a sidewalk of butter-
no Parkay! For all the times I made you wait after hockey games so that we could hide in our car, l'm giving
you your own parking space at the Forum 8 those 2 seats right behind the fall right Jensen, go Davey
Babyl players bench so that you don't have to hang from the rafters. l'm also giving you the 822 8. Steve
Jensen scoring on a breaking away ishorthandedl to beat the flyers. Ownership of the best hockey team in
the world so I can own the other half to go along with Reed Larson, Bill Baker, Mark Johnson, Pat Hickey 8.
the rest of our "dream team" Finally I leave youga Stanley Cup Championship for the Kings! T
lsenberg 8 Mr. Cohen my thanks 8 best wishes. To all my friends I leave the best of luck for the future
I, Pamela Lydon, will Robonic the nerve to cut her hair, a fat punk wardrobe, a maid to do the ironing,
own personal key to the cometary 8 Mark's house, a visit with Earnest Angley, your own blanket for t.
cold nights in my car, 10 extra minutes on the phone, a K-mart wiggy, a safety belt for Laurie's car, al
lox 8 bagels you can eat, 8 all my love 8 friendship. To M.M. I leave a string bikini, 8 glasses of wat
sleeping bag in the closet for Steve's quick getaways, Sible's puppy piddle, Bobby Buswell's swell sen
humor, "Aye mates" eye patch, a faster car to escape trouble, a voodoo doll of D.A. to pike at, 8 a
other crazie memories that we have had fun making. To Laurie W. I leave all our memories of Hen
Martha, Darrel 8 Paul, 8 Brandy from camp 8 all my hopes for your future! To Pam M. I leave my hair
new Big Wheel for Fiich's next door neighbor. To Dominick I leave a blow up doll so he will leave my fri
alone 8 my thanks to a perfect class clown partner. To K. Kline I leave her own chainsaw to play with
video tape of her in her pj's. To Amy I leave some good times at the Hungry Hunter, some more fun
with Jerry Lewis's son 8 my thanks for always being there when I needed you. To Todd Kelson I le
permanent tatto and the prize for the dirtiest fellow in Oceanography. To Kent Gleason I leave his pai
permission for him to convert to Judaism. To Greg 8 Guy I leave Monasevitch Kosher dill pickles, rr
balls stuffed cabbage, som pennies to put in the bank 8. a large Bar Mitzvah.
I, Annis Maclnnes, leave to the clarinets all the luck inthe world plus plenty of unbroken reeds, to my sj
all our great times, to the band all my "happy memories." To Lisa I leave lots of love 8 friendship. To ll
plenty of "hellos!" To Mary I leave the memory of our great carpool full of beautiful voices, 8 ou
"picnic" in the band room. To L.A. I leave lots of french fries, "scary" movies, laughter, good time
hopes that someday we'Il both get our "bears", To Mr. Jackson free passes to all amusement parks, a
food you can get at Kavkaz, 8 a special thanks for the help you gave me "the God!" To Ed the memory
years of science,
I, Jean Marek, will to Janice Fabian an unending supply of warm fuzzies 8 a life lasting friendshi
Barbara Sommerfeld Tim Curry 8 100 free passes to the FI.H.P.S. To Cris Aines my Biltmore hat 8.
haircut. 8. the will to say no, coach Crow a straight jacket with which to control coach Pesetski during
basketball games. To Coach Goodes a life's supply of Beechnut chewing Tobacco with which to spit oi
softball players when he gets mad, at last but not least I would like to will to my sister Joan all my lo'
Clark Gable. I would also like to thank Mr. Miller for making learning an enjoyable 8 worthwhile experts
8. Coaches Pesetski 8. Goodes for making my athletic career at Agoura enjoyable 8 memorable.
I, Joan Marek, leave to Janice "cub" Fabian all my trophies 8 friendship always. To Barbara Sommer'
leave my 2 good ankles. To Cris aines I leave all my Merle Haggard albums. To Mr. Miller, I leave my th.
8 appreciation for being a special friend 8. helping me to discover what life is really about. To Mr. Peset
leave my appreciation for all the hard work 8 energy he put forth for me 8 the girl's basketball tea
Mrs. Sveda, I leave my thanks for giving me encouragement 8 confidence. To Mr. Goodes, I leav
supreme thanks for all the motivation 8 inspiration he has given me. Also for showing how hard wo
effort can turn a bunch of confused 8 disorganize girls into a ball club. We may not have won a whole I
games, but we sure had a lot of fun. To my parents, I leave all my love 8 appreciation for all
encouragement, support 8 love they have given me fthat is so very often overlookedl. To all of the abo
others not mentioned I leave all the happiness 8 love that life has to offer 8 a special "thankyou'
making my four years at Agoura so special. To Jean, my love 8 Tom Sellick.
I, Beth Marits, leave to Mr. Rezinas a manager who cares about his teams as much as l did. To Mr. Rizsl
a Iifesize poster of me. To Mr. C. I leave a student council with as mucb talent as we had this year. T
Holden my big mouth. To Mrs. King, a commissioner of finance who loves you as much as I do. To Hyi
leave a boyfriend who embodies everything she wants. To Kim a date with Mr. Right 8 unlimited succe
happiness. To Dana a live frog who will turn into a handsome prince 8. sweep her off her feet. To Jenn'
least I0 friends who understand you 8 love as much as I do. To Jodi at least 40 more boyfriends in the
2 years. To Craig a date with P.P. 8 fond memories. To Steve P. a date with 3 girls instead of 2, an en
supply of love. To Brian 8 Doug 2,000 lbs. of oranges 8. my thanks for all the good times. To Kris, ana
Geometry class with Mr. Kinberg 8. my honest thanks for many beautiful memories. To Greg my ellie
my love forever. To Alicia, Teri, 8. Natalie my sincere thanks for loving me and reassuring me all the ti
to all my friends Candee, Teri, Alicia, Natalie, Dana, Jenny, Jodi, Kim, the following: Thanks for listenin
caring, hopes that all your dreams come true 8 finally every ounce of love I ever had 8 will have the bee
friends anyone could ask for. To Alicia the funniest person in the world I leave a date with you know I
Apunching bag with D.l.'s face on it 8. an academy award. To Agoura, - I Leave!!
I, Donna Majors, leave to my good friend Criss Anders the fun memories of burnt toilet paper, Mr. O
pink shorts. I couldn't have made it without you, thanks buddy! To the one 8. only big Cease-I Ieavet
my dirty thoughts, a loaf of bread, 8. lemon drops. Alane Monich you get most of my laughing, side a
8. tears. To a no. 1 teacher Mr, Laznik I have the warmest memories of Agroua from your classroom
personal friendship that we have. To Ken 8 Scott many thanx for givine me a lift when I needed it. Suz
Packard you receive my admiration 8 wish I was 6 years older. Donna Debas, Julie Bartolotta, Val T
you 3 get all the weekends that you 8 I were going to go out on. Hopes it's not like this after graduatio
Mrs. Johnson the smile on my face, My tears from leaving Agoura. l will miss you much. Wendy. Iittl
have a good time here. I wish you the best.
I, Todd McKee, being of sound mind 8 body, leave a couple of oriental-amazons to Stewart O'Rouk
Walter Kueblen I leave a pair of platform shoes so he may continue to stand in a crowd.J leave the
expert, Steve Perrin a new wife since the last one ran out on him. I leave Holly Atkinson all my singing a
so that she may become a super star. To the Barbizon Beauty I leave luck in rooming together at US
Marci Weidemueller I leave a complete book on the rules of monopoly 8 hoe to be'a good sport. T
Amirkan I leave all my good jokes . . . he needs them! To Lotiann Hemond I leave apermanent name t
I can continue to remember her name. To my sisters Lisa 8 Pam I leave super bond so they can contin
be best of friends. To the ever darling Mary Hass I leave my good looks, 8 fantastic memory so that sh
be able to continue with her "C.G." Image.
I, Dana McWilliams, leave to my best pal Jen ITwinkle Toesj success in whatever you do, happiness alv-
h Tim, 8. thanks for putting up with all my rainbows. To Carla, your own tennis court 8 a successful law
ictice. To N.M. a very outgoing personality 8 to L.W. Straight A's throughout life. To Steve, fGruteJ, I
ve millions of hugs. To Karen warm 8 dry ski clothes 8. more Snow Valley ski trips with Eric. To Nancy,
bert 8. Omid, a much better job. To G,H. fa person l've always had a secret crush onl, I leave my broken
art. To my little sister Kimmie, I leave love 8 a new pair of Nikes to walk to school in.
Dandy Mead, leave to Kim 8 Jenny Taylor, everlasting joy. Dave Kane, the girl of his dreams. Kim
derson a closet full of dull grays 8 beige's. Dominic a big hug. Ed Ball, happiness. Jill, F.S. 8 all my love,
n Walker, the ability to re-live every happy memory she's ever had, Lerri B., My apologies 8 all my love.
risty a boyfriend 8. lots of luck. Kerry Cooper, her very own Unicorn. Mr. Patterson, my patience. Mr.
ten, every "is" I ever deleted. Jenny Hall my romantic attitudes. Dana, a handsome prince.
Aarla Meisl, leave Tammy Lachman all the cheat notes at Agoura High, my speak n spell. I leave Laura
llers all the sun 8 sand on the West coast. To Scott Selstad I leave my Mr. Microphone 8 an "A" in
glish. To Larry Rogavin, I leave Tammy Lachman. To Dana I leave a hole in the wall. To John Manion I
ve my only "Who" tashirt. To Kevin Waters l leave the Universal Ampitheater.
lark Mesko, leave Joe four armed guards to guard his black tor is it bIue?J paint job, I leave Tom, Greg.
ob with all the snow bunnies they can handle. Rob I leave you a new tailgate, Marylou, I leave Hanging
ide down in the 280zx. T.M.W. all the great memories. Good luck next year.
'oni Mills, leave my determination of senioritis to my 12th grade teachers. The best of luck to the nicest
icher I ever had, Miss Rankin. My friendship to the few people that tried to help me through school when l
lved out here, And to the friends I have out here who said "hi," The best of luck to cool teachers like Mr.
derson 8 others, One of the best teachers anyone could have, who made learning about the world fun-
Pete, To the noon aids of this year who were smart, but not smart enough. The best of luck to the
inselors who were there to help.
lawn Milton. leave to Julie Phelan all of the memories of T.O., O'Shea Leonard 8 the unmemories of Vice
rsa, To B.B. Rena the fun 8 laugh at Anthonys, skating 8. Jungleland, taxi rides with 3 up front tBruntonl,
Cheryl Bensen from Dawn, Rena, 8 Julie the signature ditch notes, 8 new words to add to squid 8
wead. To Vicki Bankos all the notes from Dear Abby Dimple Face. To Lil' Greenwood the hopes that her
il' Hanover will stay together for good. Lil' Aines memories of all the freshmen jokes 8 longer legs to
p up with people. To Kelly Amish all my love. To Paul Fellick an IOU for 75 cents. To Koslov 8 Singleton
son tickets to the Kings games. To Mike Hanover absent notes every 2 days signed by "mom" To Jeff
eff thanks for my "New Look" on my car. To the lingering Malibu Lakers-A lot of luck keeping our
iutation. To Blake Scribner, thanks for the concern 8 triendship you have given me. To Mr. Neely-the
mories of myself, Hanovers, Bob, etc. We all love ya. And last to those stunts unlimited studs with the
rsches-Julie 8. I leave any stunts unlimited that their hearts desire,
lichelle Mohamedi, leave to P.L. a personal chauffeur to drive her to school, memories of our get away
'n the 2 bandits, a low-cut t-shirt to show off her cleavage, a room deoderizer for her house boat, so her
im won't smell like the Pirates of the Carribean, a weekend at P.S., a hatchet to kill Sybil, all my love and
opiness for the Iuture. To K.K., a chance to get together with A,M., apologies for not being ready in the
trnings, all the free salad plates, some punching gloves to punck out D.A., and a friendship that keeps on
twing. To MR. that special song "Styx", a never ending romance with Walt, my rugged x-friend D.A. to
up with, 8 our future B.L. sessions. To SG., a can of red hair paint, 8 jokes about "skin". To R.R.,
ne eye glasses to see the stop signs on rainy nights. To M.W., a pumpkin head blow up doll. To Steve C.,
Linbow with a Datsun 4 wheel drive at the end of it, our memorable maneuvers to get into the mobilhome.
progressing new body, and my utmost love 8 forever lasting commitment. Finally to D.A., I leave a
ind of cheese.
'am Moore, leave Barbara Heatherly a special "thanks" for being the best friend I could ever have, along
h all of the love 8 happiness that life has to offer, 8 our friendship that will never end. To Holly Parker,
"gardner" of your choice, lots ol patience next year living with me in P.V. fYou'II need itl 8. my clean
m tHA I-lAi, also a life size poster of EH. to hang in your room. To Teresa Weir all of the fun times we've
If 8 will have in the future, a guy that is PERFECT for her, 8 good luck next year. To Tom 8 Greg Weir, 5
sy lessons on how to become an excellent skier, with lessons from me. To Paul Hammel, much happiness
ood luck always. To Laurie Whittlesey, memories of our triendship that l'll always cherish forever, To
Lydon 8. Robin Ramsey, their punk rock hair cuts they've always wanted. To Kevin Kelley, my
dphones with his initials engraved on them. To Mr. Rizzardi an aid to take his attendance daily. To Pete
rn a "thanx" for teaching me everything you know. P.R. 8 his very own hair dresser. To Mr, Laznik, the
lity to continue writing poetry, 8 many more years of great teaching. To Betsy Heatherly, good luck with
rk 8 a Iuture full of luck 8 happiness. And last but ALWAYS 1st to Rich, I leave my stubborness, my
ioxious moods, my endless questions, and all of my love forever.
teve Moroz, will to all the future "motor heads" of Agoura a nice burn-out mark in the upper parking lot
the "Badest-l" this will save the administration from repaving. To Joe Casey another paint job. To Dave
in a good future in the air force, 8 keep that hair short. Thanks to Greg lsenberg for all his zany antics
n we need a laugh, and to all my friends Dave, Joe, Mike, Greg, Tom, Mark, Greg, Todd, Randy, Terry,
ck, Chris, Cheyrl, Carla, Marylou, 8 to these friends thanks for a great time in Agoura High. Last but not
t Coach Williams for being a great teacher. but most of all a "great friend".
obin Naranjo, leave to my kid sisters Lynnie 8 Heidi, San Fran, "The Rock, a "Westlake High Sucks,"
nper sticker, and all the love, understanding, encouragement, 8 good times we've shared tl love you
pksll To Alain his very own space ship 8. my fondness for junk food. To Holly a physiology test she can't
2. To Mike A. my smile so he can wonder what Mike 8. I Have been up to. To Jeff a fast Mustang 8 my
:eless collection of Billy Joel albums. To Jenny a knife of her own. a curfew, 8. memories of some wild
on Neumeier, leave all of my grades to my brother. I bequeath two Sear's muzzlers. one for Ron LasIey's
. 8 one for Robin Gonzalez's mouth. I leave my exceptional height to Jon Siegler, all of my problems to
e Berman, I will all of my Biology tests to Lisa Grey. To Steve Ash I bequeath an entire year of rides to
ool for free. To Scott Ash I will a customed designed racquet cover complete with a chew holder. To
Cindy Kerby I leave all of my new clothes. To the Los Angeles Zoo I bequeath Carrie Rose, Lastly, I wish all
of my fellow graduates good luck.
l, Ed Norick, leave Mrs. Hart all of my excuses, To Ken Neely my many thanks 8 all the obnoxiousness in
the world plus all the photo l's he can handle. To Chris Aines all my driving abilities 8 Ken Neely. To Mike
Wolfe 8. Mike Hanover all the great times 8. almost fights 8. all the J.D. you can handle 8 Bubba parties.
Last but not least, that wrestling have many more great seasons 8. keep our image as disgusting, rude,
perverted guys up! Many thanks Agoura.
I, Jill Oviatt, leave Denise Bulac her own box of cookies, to Pete Irwin I leave a giant pin cushion filled with a
never ending supply of needles. To Teresa Chaides, a lifetime subscription to Soap Opera Digest, a tape of
Brenda Vaccaro, the thousands of S of gas I must owe her. To Anne Reeder, I leave the blond bombshell 8
a Goldie Hawn look alike award. I leave to the 1980 cheerleading squad a big banana. To Janie
Shonerman, I leave her one 8. only love, Kelly Smith . . . but when there's Bill Cobb . . . 8. we can't forget
Jeff Moss But what about . . .? To Candy Mead an "F" in French and a big hug for all her sympathy 8.
understanding. To Jeff Ganzer I leave my Toyota, my grace 8. my balance. I leave to Todd tKansasl Kelson
not Idaho, not Ohio, But the state of Iowa. To Staci Newman, I leave Derrick Beagle IBarkl 8. my friendship
forever. To NASA I leave Miss Karbo's space suit, To Mr. lsenberg I leave a seat in the house. I leave Dave
Trusel my suntan lotion. Since we're running low on Wesson Oil 8 butter lParkayj, to Mr. Litten I leave an
pen invitation to our grammar parties 8. the awesome amount of love 8 caring he's given us. To John
Siverson, I leave the everlasting title of grammar king. I leave to Wendy Salin, nothing fl love ya-get out of
herell 8. the memory of "that night" in S.B. To Kelly Ward, my love. To Kim Anderson I leave La Paz Pina
Colada Mix 8 my Vice-Versa date. To Mike Krenik I leave a tear drop, To Steve Perrin, I leave an
autographed picture of Chris Lang fhands offll 8. a Christmas card. To myself I leave Pam Molsicks
wardrobe. To Dominick, lleave a big kiss without the silver wrapper twe're not talking Hershey'sl I leave my
fat feet to Patti Palmer. To Patti Yelle, I leave Ted Johnson 8 a lot ofcrazy memories. I leave Craig Harasyn
100 hours of continuous lsenberg lectures 8 P.P. To Frank Overton, I leave one good ioke. To Walt Kublan,
I leave my sense of humor. To Brett Meeham my friendship 8 the momory of our off-roading experience. To
Mike Lang, the best second brother you could ever have. I leave you my love always 8 many thanks for all
the swell pictures he made for me. I leave Steeve Peel memories of Straw Hat 8 a book of J.G. iokes. To
Dana Janedas I leave everything in the world she desires, an apartment in Westwood, the book "100 ways
to get Jill in the conversation," M.B., R.P. but mostly M.K., 8 finally my laugh tYou got itll To Chris 8. Paul I
leave each other, and last of all l leave Francis Shelley.
I. Cam Parsonn, leave Mike Wolfe in the dust for not buying a Honda, Joe Casey a lot of burning rubber like
on the way to night class. Greg lsenberg, a collection of Rush albums. To Pete 8 Julie the best of luck in
your relationship 8 I hope that "Literature," makes things best for you in the future, To R.C. for all the crazy
times we had together. To Jim Capaldi, the best of luck in your music career. To Larry 8 Paul I leave all the
"shmidies" that they can take. To Missy 8 Paul Reynolds I hope they leave us some more crankin parties.
To Steve Rawlings I leave a pound of snow to play with 8. to the Withers family, thanks for all the fun times
and of course to Staci I leave my love 8 everything else I can.
I, Julie Paul, leave Joe Casey, a car that never needs fixing 8. a license to practice physchology, I leave
Robbie Pressen a stage, an audience, 8 an ounce of that evil stuff. I leave Greg lsenberg all the punk rock
tapes he can load in his car, some new back tires, 8 ofcourse, his Zeppelin albums I borrowed. I leave Him
Capaldi, all the luck 8 success inthe world with his music 8 someone to keep him company through it. To
Steve Rawlings, I leave, 100 free passes to Phases 8. all the women he can handle. To Paul Hamel, I leave a
picture of Leslue 8. a new car tl should talkl. To Larry Rogavin 8 Paul Fellick, I leave lots of luck 8.
happiness with Brett. To Julie Behl, I leave all the good times, good talks, good highs, 8 good luck in
Colorado. To Missy Reynolds, I share, not leave, all the good times, bad times, close calls, laughs 8.
growing up. l leave her a car that never breaks, a field day at the Oaks, a beach chair, the plastic chicken
lost in her car, one free pass to ditch an assembly, a good pair of running shoes to get away from the aides,
I leave her a gift certificate to Datsun, to the Hallmark store, to Safeway, to Taco Bell, to CarI's Monk, to B
- King, 8 to Denny's. I leave her all the crazziness we've been through 8 all the embarassing moments.
Memories ot Bob's Big Boy when we were 14 8 15. Knott's Berry Farm, 8 her favorite place, Angel Fire,
New Mexico. Our memory of how far we've come 8. l leave her Walter Francis Kelley the Ill 8 all his love, 8
all my love 8 friendship forever. And most of all, l leave Peter, anything his heart desires.
I, Wendy Peterson, leave Gina Richardson all the chocolate eclairs she can eat. To Diane Lindgren, I leave
all my "spare" rubberbands to hold up her retainer. To Laura Gasbarri, I leave all my "extra" boyfriekds, 8.
thanks for being the best friend ever! To all you three I leave my thanks for the best years ln high school.
l, Kelly Peterson, leave Carla Yates, Steve's other sock. To coach Harms my pair of blue ruffled tennis
pants. To Marty Keegan, a new book of excuses this other has grown old from too much wear 8 tearl. To
George 8 Bev, Todd 8. Sue, my talent of choosing those first class horor movies. To Greg a pair of extra
long pants 8 much luck in your senior year. To Monica, an escort to get you to Class on time 8 a million 8
one thanks for being such a special friend. To all my senior friends a big "good Iuck." And to my one 8 only
Steve, I leave you many thanks, many kisses and all my love for ever 8 ever.
I, Jill Poremba, leave Rena Cochran a car stuffed with eight fatsos plus me bouncing around in the
hatchback, a house in no less than perfect condition after one of her "calm" parties, 8 inthe coming years
I wish her all the guys she can handle. To Lori Dehart, I leave all the apple fritters, Numero Uno pizzas 8.
pitchers, burrito sumpremes we ate. I also leave her a battery that won't go dead even if she leaves her
lights on, 8 a door that opens by combination when she locks her keys in the car, To Dennis I leave two
things: all my love 8. our future.
I, Rob Pressen, leave to Joe Casey a paid lifetime gas credit car, 8 a pair of slicks. To Tom Weir a paint job
for his car 8. the ultimate ski conditions. To Greg Weir more outrageous ski trips with excellent conditions, 8
lots of women. To Greg lsenberg, another pair of Nunchakus, a razor to shave off his Hitler moustache, 8
every Bruce Lee movie ever made. To George Holmes. the coolness he thinks he has. To Brad Wise, a head
shrinker. To Danny To Danny Walters Boobco 8. a picnic basket. To Kerri Lupe a zipper for mouth. To
Vicki, Dana. Kristin, Lisa, Tracy-my triendship. To Mr. Albrezzi, Mr. Bathgate all of the trouble we caused
with our cars. To Missy 8 Julie my phone number because I think they forgot it. To Angie all of our cool
memories 8. hopefully some better ones in the Iuture. To Teresa my friendship forever, To Sharon, good
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Square Dancing has been a tradition here at
Agoura for several years, and the students have
kept it going because of how much they enjoy it.
The week before school lets out for Christmas
vacation, the PE. classes and their teachers give
up their regular P.E. schedule to learn some
good old-fashioned square dances. The P.E.
teachers and coaches teach the students some
old favorites such as The Virginia Reel, King of
the Road and everybodys favorite " Heel and a
Toe". Its always one of the funnest school Activi-
ties of the year, so most everyone always gets
out there grabs a partner and has a terrific time.
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Below, Jill White and Kevin Kelley try to
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Donkey Basketball is an interesting phenomenon.
Each year, various students and teachers mount the
mules and proceed to make utter fools of themselves
before an audience, and yet each year there are
plenty more volunteers to embarass themselves in
this way. They don't even get paid, The audience
certainly enjoyed this year's edition of Donkey Bas-
ketball, judging by the large turnout and enthusiasm.
Apparently, even the riders had a good time, despite
bruised egos and assorted other bruises. As usual,
the jackasses did a fine job, and so did the donkeys.
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easy task, as these players found out. 3-One stu-
dent team consisted of fleft to right, top row firstl:
Pat Shelley, Ron Lasley, Valerie Auth, Todd McKee,
Tim Sorenon, Natalie Fechner, Kathy Walters, Sue
Brownfild, Walt Kubelun, and Kim Anderson. 4-Alli-
son Weekly would rather wave to friends in the
crowd than play Donkey Basketball. 5-Tim Sorenon
discovers the true meaning ot the phrase, "Stub-
born as a mule," as Pam Molsick dismounts in the
background. 6-As much fun as Donkey Basketball
is, it does have certain drawbacks.
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is, it does have certain drawbacks.
The auto show this year at Agoura High School was a
fantastic display of all the totally "HOT" and wild ma-
chines on wheels that cruise the streets of Las Virgenes
County. The auto students were proud to show their
fast cars. Greg Weir was one of the winners on that
Saturday afternoon in February.
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This year Agoura got a treat as the Performing
Arts Department presented a musical for the fall
production. Usually musicals are reserved for the
spring, but we got an extra treat as the Agoura
theater presented the delightful "Amourous
Flea." Greg Daignault starred as the letcherous
Arnolphe, raising the beautiful Agnes lLisa Ran-
dolphj in ignorance for his own pleasure. Unfortu-
nately, the handsme young Horace lMike Sobell
appears on the scene to try and steal Agnes
away. The situation becomes extremely compli-
cated, and the only sane ones around are the
servants Alain and Georgette fFlobert Ward and
Karen Christiansenl. "The Amorous Flea" all ad-
ded up to a delightfully funny musical, well worth
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For 3 consecutive nights in February residents of Agoura
could hear thunderous applause, loud cheers and shouts
of general excitement coming from the Agoura High G-
building. The reason- "Encore" - Encore"' an evening of
Thespian sponsored One- Acts, proved one of the most
enjoyable theater experiences at Agoura. Theatre veter-
ans, as well as a few newcomers, transformed the Agoura
stage into a variety of settings, a tense court-room for the
original one act "Testimony" written by Holly Atkinson,
Dena Harmon, Alicia Hawkins and Jerry Stratton, an old
country barn for the delightful satire "Rainy Afternoon"
featuring Jon Amirkhan, Loriann Hemond, even a football
field for Katie Saarf's touching performance of t'l.ast of the
Pom Poms". Congratulations are in order for all who par-
ticipated in 'tEncore" '
The audiences so enjoyed this impressive production that
they demanded fnaturallyl an Encore the responseg
CABARET lN MAY!!l.
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Jerry Stratton 37 Lisa Ransolph, Todd McKee 45 Jon Amrrkhan, Alicia
Hawkins Si Jennifer Nelson, Allison Weekly, Nancy Zorehkey, Laura
Schwake 63 Holly Atkinson, Alicia Hawkins, Dena Harmen
Life I A Cabaret
"Life is a Cabaret," and so is Agoura High this spring as
the Agoura Performing Arts Department presents the hit
musical, "Cabaret"! The show promises to be a great
success, and the enthusiasm is rampant. The ever popular
Holly Atkinson portrays the "strange and extraordinary"
Sally Bowles, and Jerry Stratton is her lover, Clifford Brad-
shaw. Steve Perrin is the ever present Master of Ceremo-
nies femoeei at the Cabaret. Dave Kane and Dena Har-
mon play Heir Schultz and Fraulein Schneider, in love and
in danger in pre-WWII Germany. Craig Harasyn is Ernst
Ludwig, a political activist of his day and Cheri McCray is
Fraulein Kost, a lady of questionable repute. The action
centers around a Berlin Cabaret, and there is plenty of
action, singing, dancing and romance. The "Cabaret" at
Agoura figures to be "perfectly Marvelous."
1-Cliff and Sally fJerry Stratton and Holly Atkinsoni meeting at the
Cabaret. 2-Marney Whited, Steve Perrin, Lisa Randolph, Teri Anderson,
Holly Atkinson, Suzanne Cole and Stewart O'Rourke performing at the
Cabaret. 3-Kit Kat girls Amy Nunnally and Lisa Randolph flanking emcee
Steve Perrin. 4-The cast of "Cabaret". 5-Kit Kat girls Amy Nunnally,
Suzanne Cole, Lisa Randolph and Marney Whited present . . . 5- Kit Kat
girls Alicia Hawkins, Teri Anderson, Karen Christiansen, Denise Bulac,
and Pam Callie. 7-Todd McKee serving Heir Schultz fDave Kanei and
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,. To Mara, all of our memories. To all my motorhead friends, a complete set of muffler bearings, finagin
., 8 piston return springs, To Mr. Anderson, Lots of thanks for all of the extra help you gave through my
's. To our gang all the good, zany, 8. crazy times we had.
obi Ramsey, leave Pam Lydon a date with Rodney on the rock, memories of cemetary men, gutter
ibing, cow riding, stop song stealing, punk rocking 8. my friendship forever. To Dana Akeman a handle
ter car door. To Pete Irwin, free passes to all his favorite gigs. To Amy Sussman, a swing-set for her
k yard 8. ferbis protection from all the murfs at Agoura, take back all the puppy love for Todd Kelson 8
'e him with my friendship. To Wendy Peterson, a rematch of our cake fight on the beach, To Dominic
iino I leave the ownership of vertlgoes. Bill park, a change of music from country to Punk Rock. To Kara
, a partnership for bank robbing, 8 my continued friendship. To Laurie Whittlesey, appreciation for her
rosity. To Holly Parker, time off from work at four on Tuesdays, anew surf board, 8 thanks for her great
nne Reeder, leave to Jill Oviatt, F.S.8 E,P. falias blond bomb shelll, 8 loads of bananas to "GO
iIANAS" when ever she wants l8. any extra to stuff into her beautiful rnouthl. To Chris Lang a year
ly of lunches because we always ate yours, besides you need some extra lat on your bones! To Denise
c, binoculars so she can find herself lyou gal's I lova yall To Mr. Maitland, my ISP that l never returned
ably because I didn't get an "A" in the class. To Ms Bishin, a big thankyou for making English so much
To my little sister, as much fun as I had in my years at Agoura lbut work hardl. To Oge, I leave, I leave
he aggravating times we had with certain someones, but we'll have the fond memories. To everyone
l've had the pleasure of knowing at Agoura: Love, Luck, 8 Happiness. Finally I leave Agoura High.
issy Reynolds, leave to Joe C., a "Father of the Year Award," 8 his own maid to keep his messy room
n. To Rob P., I leave a Mr. Microphone 8 his own radio show. To Dana I leave all the tan lines 8 enough
jhs to last a lifetime. To Julie B., I leave the self confidence she needs 8. the sincere hope of a new
inning in Colorado. To Shelly H.. I leave, a friendship that means a lot to me 8 another puppy to keep
company. To Laura H., I leave, my P.S. dartboard 8. a mountain of snow, To Kathy 8. Cindy, I leave, a
ch with no valleys 8 their own gossip column. To Kevin K., I leave, the 'eys to my Ferrari. To Mike K., l
e, the girl of his dreams 8. a car that runs. To Nat, I leave, the hope of new beginnings 8. a pair of ski's.
Paul, l leave, a thanks for making me grow up, a formula one race car, 8. a big "l'm sorry" for all of the
ies. To Michell 8. Steve, I leave, a lasting love 8. a weekend at our beach house. To Steve R., I leave,
ieone to scratch his back, the graduation he deserves, 8 a mountain of snow to ski 8 blow. To Larry 8
I, I leave name tags to separate the Man from the Dude, To Peter, I leave, my bestest buddy, 8. the
carnation of Jim Morrison. To Julie, I leave a lasting friendship, endless memories, the only one she ever
id for, Peter, some very clean baseboards, her own chain of Bob's Big Boy restaurants, a Ferrari 308
S, a two bedroom apartment, surgery to remove the phone from her ear, lots of cottage cheese, tuna 8.
sion figs, a trip to Chile, 8 an invitation to my wedding, always remember "don't be chicken!" To Kathy
leave, free driving lessons, 8. tell your big brother I love him, 8. he gets everything else.
iul Reynolds, being of sound mind 8 body, will 8. bequeath to Eric G., A GS 1100 8 a long twisting hwy
de it on. To W.K.. I leave, you with 8. rust a blessing, my sisters love. To Julid P., I leave, my playboy
'erfold collection. To Mike K, I leave, the keys to my house in Morro Bay. To Kevin K., I leave, a pair of
ing gloves, 8 an upper cut in the jaw. To Kathy K., I leave, you will. your two brothers 8 a whip 8 a
r. To Rich P., I leave, the key to my sand rail 8 a desert full of sand to ride it up 8. down,
nrry Rogavin, to Peter Borowski, Fraizer Smith. To Miss Packard I leave a trip to the snow.
-irrie Rose, leave to Deanna Miller, Keith Jansen so she will never have to drive past the T.O. gas station
n. To Laura Lee, I leave, a Iife's supply of Huru Chews to remember our exciting lunches by. To Beth
dy, I leave, my numerous pills so she can run like crazy. To the track team I leave, my stripped socks. To
Thomas I leave my spies so he will know that l'm always watching him. I also leave him many more
ories of walks on the beach 8 romantic rendevous by the full moon. Iespecially leave him all my love 8
ort for ever 8 ever,
aurie Sacks, leave Tracy Nine, one free pass to Kinderphoto, John Thalbergs body, 8 one ear plug to
I whatever there is in there. To Kelley Bush, crackers and chesse. To the J.V. basketball team, all my
ps so nobody "Gels" next year. To Karen Auth, an edible plate because she likes to eat faster than she
scoop. To Michelle Brooks, an "Argument Ad Philosaphotatum" also the night to have an affair with
as Lorenzo Spencer." To Holly Parker, a new middle name . . , "O.P." Also a camera that takes
res . . . all by itself!! To Janice and Leann, the most worn in pair of boxing gloves around. Also Leann
ed Mark Bohn. To Pat Wahl, the term "Futuregel" 8. alot of luck, good times and happiness in the
e. To Deia Zuemke, the famous "Dr. Z" pass. You know the one where you throw before you look? To
ie Jenidas, fuckin her search for the ultimate . And for always being there. To Kate Nolan,
iy thoughts of her blood curtling scream 8 a new and improved device so you wont have to worry about
ig your teeth ever again, fP,S. I dont hate youl To Wendy Paese, all the excellent times we had on the
8 mainly for just putting up with me. Also the Incredible Shrinking Woman. To Mindy Beniolt a tu-tu
wings so she'll feel in place on the D-ball court next year. To Chris Aines, the "howto goto a different
ol every week" book. To Mr. Neely, a 35mm camera with no F-stops 8 shutterspeeds. To Mr. Ross a
h of bananas. To Theresa Keegan, my shot 8. whatever else comes along. To Jane Shauerman, a
tie 8 a referee uniform 8 all my love. And last but not least to Erin Nolan . . ldont know? Whatever. . .
inie Schauerman, leave to Diane Janedis, a date with the beautiful R.P., some money to buy a car, 8
ikyou for our friendship. To Holly Parker, another chance with the one and only S.H.. some binoculars
lfistant objects, a yellow X19 8. thanks for our friendship, To Lynn Leavell, thanks for keeping me out of
ble. To Candee Sumner, all the weed she can pull, McDonalds, Westlake Inn 8 all our other jobs, 8 our
rious friendship to continue at UCLA. To Karen Caruso, thanks for trying to keep me in shape, getting
hrough all the classes we had together 8 thanks for our extra special friendship. To Laurie Sacks, all
pacey nights 8. dedicated friendship. To Jill Oviatt, all our misunderstandings. To Allison Edwards, Lisa
8 Suzanne Musitch, all of my freshman jokes to use on upcoming freshmen. To Dave Trusel, a bottle of
e. To John Amirkan 8 Bill Cobb, all the crazy lyrics they can think of and the fun in Mrs, Stewarts class.
Aichelle Brooks, Mrs. Stewart. To Coach Smith, an apology for my laziness 8. thanks for your effort. To
-girls varsity cross country team, thanks for getting us into CIF 8. good luck, I love ya. To all my other
friends, thanks, To Mr. Van Dyke, a new checking account for the extra cash he receives from sports. And
last of all, I leave AHS permanently.
I, Sherri Schulner, leave to Ken Neely a complete set of Perry Como Albums. To this school, my younger
brother 8. all his interesting friends friends, a large dose of the ENGLISH language 8. good luck next year.
To Robby, all of my idiosyncracies, as if he hasn't had enough already, To the attendance office, all my
absence slips. To Mr. Mathieson a big thankyou for all your patience, To Brian 8. Ken all the gum they can
I, Laura Schwake, leave to Miss California of 1981, all of the luck 8 happiness in the future 8 a big
thankyou for our friendship and all of our fun memories, To Paula, the most understanding 8. helpful person,
I leave to you everything you deserve, 8. all the success 8 happiness in the world. To Wende the Wiz, I leave
my money to pay for my overdue physchology bill, thanx flame! To John Jabara, I leave my trademark
smiley faces. To Susan Brownfield, I leave the light pole inthe Agoura parking lot. To "Borowski," I leave all
my appreciation for what she's done 8 keep in touch. To Cory Eckel, I leave one case of "World's Finest
Chocolate Bars," and to the 1980-81 spirit team, "l like you because . .
I, Blake Scribner, Leave, to Mr. Neely I leave my buck skin jock 8 to one who has helped me the most in
photo 8 girl watching, I also leave my four million dollar cable release. To Joel Aleasch, I leave my two foot
garden hose 8. how to get a divorce the easy way. To Mr. Tapie, you get my know how to run for public
office book. Mr. Bushner gets my party booklet 8 my black phone book.
I, Randi Senter, leave to Mr, Greminger, all the packages of bubble gum he desires, all the super jocks, and
all of my support 8. friendship. To Mary Hass, besides my friendship, all the popcorn in the world, 8. Todd.
To the entire football team, I leave my black eyes. To Carl Saynay, a variety of colored combs. To Bart
Morefield my Dodger scarp book, To Richard Jabara our garage basketball hoop. To Agoura High my
sister. Last, to my fellow graduates a future of luck 8. happiness 8. to remember all of the times we've had
I, Merrilee Seyfert, leave to Mr. Werheiser my three speeding tickets, to Carrie R, The memories of our
friendship to Tara P., all the parties and fun times we've shared, to Sheri O., I leave, Steve and my friendship
forever to my sister, The Calvin Klein model, to Greg C,, my woeds "Wish You Were Here", To B.J., the
Coors Brewery and Bonita, To K.M., all the happiness inthe world, and Anna, To Mike H., my goldfish and
fish food, and Finally to Dan all my Love,
I, John Siverson, do hereby will all my sympathy to the faculty for having to put up with the freshman. To
Robert 8. Toni I leave my study habits. I will the green tank back to my mother, lminus the stereoj. To Mike
Thomas I leave no luck at all because he doesn't need luck. To seniors I hope to see you all in 10 years.
Finally to all the lower classmen 8. classmen to come, I leave the challenge to be as bitchen lgreatj as us,
I, Cindy Smith, leave my best of wishes to Debbie Tepstein 8. the best of luck to my sister Lisa.
I, Barbara Sommerfeld, will to my basketball shoes along with my starting position on varsity to Janice
Fabian To Laura Friedman I wish to give all of my "Courage," To Charlie Curtis goes one evening with Dr.
Frank-n-Furter, 8. a boyfriend with a body like Rocky, who has hands like Jacob. To Christy Wellner, I leave
my permission to be able to stay out until 2 AM, on the weekends 8. also my prayers for swelling. To Joan
Marek, l'll give her my ability to start her car, and a lifetime membership to the Merle Haggard Fan Club. To
Jean Marek, I'lI give you my sympathy for all the hassels she goes through 8. a lifetime supply of "UH
YEAHSV' To Allyson Thomas a partner with whom she may do the "Time Warp" dance with. To Chris
Aines the ability to win in at least one argument with Jean Marek her big sister.
I, Tracy Spinnier, leave K.K. a lifetime membership to my counseling sessions, my footer, a trip to the
twilight zone, the salad plate, a guy with respect, a lifetime of happiness 8 our friendship forever, To K.E. a
year's subscription to Playgrl, a fake l.D., all the radical parties, 8. our friendship always. To T.W. a leather
outfit, whip 8. chains, a ski instructor, 8 memories to last a lifetime. To A.C. a life free from "Dad," a driving
course for intoxicated drivers, D.T., many thanks 8. an unending friendship. To A.C. 8. H.D. my congratula-
tions on becoming non freshmen, all the wild parties 8. men they can handle, and my friendship always. To
D.T., all the trips to Leo Carillo he can handle 8. a car that runs. To Lisa Donahue, I leave the perfect guy, a
mud wamping puddle, a supply of bubble bath for the jacuzzi parties, a beach apartment, trips to Leo
Carillo with the surfers, a lifetime supply of bubble gum, my unending trust, devotion, and love for our
I. Sue Steck, leave to Kelli E,, Tracy S., 8. Kara K., the very best always. To Mark Bohn a friendly hand
shake. To Laura S. a big "hi" along with chocolate chip icecream. To Bev N. a supply of Captain Crunch, 8.
Christmas records for her college day studying, To Marty K, the book Everything You Always Wanted
To Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask. To Johny the biggest THANKYOU for always being there
when I needed you, and a friendship that will always be there. To Todd a thankyou for all the fun times that I
will always cherish tapples scrabble, to different words, 8. a clock to tell you the timel, Good luck I love
you!! To Lori my best pal, all the luck 8. happiness that you deserve. P.S. From tears to laughs we have
come, but now life has really just begun.
I, Vicki Stewart, the following to Agoura High. To Peter Borowski, many thanks for our mature adult
friendship 8. your ability to make others feel good. To Marty Keegan just a halloween mask. To George
Holmes my remembrance of my love for you 8 your buddies. To Kevin Majors, I leave a quality word
"charmer" for his divine way to tantalize the ladies. To Todd Gruberger l leave A "hi, no not today." To Mr.
Feinman I leave a big hug for all our crazy notes. To Mr, Belcher many thanks for having patience with me
through all the years of math. To Brian Murphy, I leave my quality of brightness that a nine out often lacks
8. a thankyou for a very special friendship, To Dominic Annino 8 John Wilson, Lisa Bourland, a shower full
of memories. To the doublemint twins I leave our charm, talent 8 bright characters. To the class of 1981 I
leave you all to the San Diego Zoo.
I, Candee Sumner, leave to Jane Schauerman a bunch of bananas 8 a friendship to be continued at UCLA.
To Karen Caruso, all my laziness so that it will slow you down at running. To Alison Edwards, Lisa Ash, 8
Susan Mushitz I leave coach. To Coach Smith I leave all my excuses 8. a big thanx for putting up with them
for four long years. I leave to my brothers' Brad 8 Stu all my Agoura spirit. To Beth Marits all the trips to
Brad's which led to the fun we had in calculus 8 good luck in whatever you do. To Kris Bratzler all the
exciting moments we had in Kinberg's geometry class. To Keith Carlson, all the dents in my car 8 S173 to
Bob Bishop lots ol luck in the future. Finally I leave the memory ofthe 1980 girls cross country team winning
the CIF championship, 8 I leave Agoura High!
I, Tim Takeuchi will to Mr. Hart a year supply of acid "fried" circuit boards. To Mr. Holden 8 Mrs. Helland,
ghosts of computers. To Mr. Litten 8 Ms. Doi, one less essay to color red. To Jim Evans, the title of the
greatest karate fighter at last! To the freshmen class, a bottle of HCI each. For the rest of the underclass-
men, the board of education.
I, Allison Taylor, leave to Geoff the part of me only he can have. To my love David, I leave everything else for
always. To Carrie, my whoelhearted love 8 admiration. To Suzanne, all my love, 8 the rights to my
autobiography. To Steven, a girl who is far too good for you, my partnership in crime. To Marci, a lot of
laughter, a few tears, 8 the clandestine circle, To Marney, a supply of arsenic tfor mel 8 a love potion tfor
Geofll, To Alan, my friendship 8 love, many thanks 8 elephants, And last, to my secret pal, I leave a dozen
roses, a snowy mountain, 8 more love than you can know.
I, Todd Taylor, will to John Jabara a left hook to the kidneys. To Coach Goodes, a six pack of crvex. To
Mark I leave Amy, to Amy I leave Mark, To Marty I leave Cheryl Meuman. To George B. I leave a pot belly
stove. To Coach J,D, Smith, I leave a pair of Paul Perfect designer jeans. To Peter Borowski l leave a USC t-
shirt. To Sue Steck I leave myself and all of the love that goes with me. Adieu, Adieu.
I, Debbie Tepstein, leave my best buddy Valerie lSmileyl Graham a book on how to talk a cop out of a
ticket when in Mike K.'s car 8 happiness with Steve D. To Cindy Smith I leave a loaf of Wonder Bread to eat
with me so we can grow, Also all of the luck in the world with Warren, To every one else, luck in the future.
I, Micheal S. Thomas, H? 10121 leave Mrs, Croner my sense of humor since she is constantly in a bood
mood, I leave the entire Agoura High School Soccer Team a team B.B.O. 8 continued years of bicycle
kicks. To Terry Croner, I leave my "calcuIator." To my brother Mitch, I leave "my little black book" which
he hasn't had the good fortune to be filled in yet. To Scales, I leave Val. To Val I leave Scales. To Mike
Wildermuth, I leave my weight set, because thats the kind of guy he is, God knows they didn't help me. To
The Kid I leave powdered packed snow 8 many "off the lips" 8 "European diving headers" to continue the
flash attack. To Greg Degennero, I leave a bushel of juicy gems. To Carrie Flose, I leave my Barbara
Streisand album, my rubber kiss tl hope I never need it.j I also hope she never needs another wrestling
partner. I also leave my fond memories of interrupted candle-light dinners, windy beach nights 8 midnight
rendezvous. I leaver her also a 10 o'clock curfew 8 a special potion to get her jealous, she needs it. Most of
all I hope she gets with the program 8 that she will always be my favorite pal, Mike.
I, Dave Trusel, leave to my good friend Phil, a clever plan to rid himself of Poley 8 all the sneetchels he can
handle. To Heidi, Amy, Tracy, 8 Lisa, I wish you all the luck at Zuma Beach during the summer. To Coach
Smith I leave three good x-country seasons 8 one flop. To the noon goons I leave homestudy 1, 2, 5, 6. To
the "Jet Set," sorry guys. To Mrs. Graham. I leave. To Angie I leave the memories we shared 8 a wish for
happiness in the future 8 to the classes of '82, '83, 8 '84, good bye 8 good luck,
I, Karen Vanselow, leave to Nancy Tudman all the memories of our never ending, unbelievable adventures
ltrashcans, Laurel Canyon, Scott Baio etc.l A life-long friendship that is continuously growing, 8 a chance
for one night with M.C. 8 or, J.F, To Jennifer Nelson, l leave my singing voice 8 a one way ticket to Jim
Capaldi's heart. To Diane Janedis I leave all the laughs from big C., a wall size poster of Mark Bohn, 8
thanks for all the help 8 heartache that caused me, all ofthe advice she will ever need or want
about Mike Kleinfelter. To Mike Kleinfelter, I give you my Blue Machine to replace his car, plus all the oil that
goes in it.
I, Elaine Villalovos, leave to Mr. Bushner all the copies of "People of the Lake," to my hubby I leave the
house, the bills, 8 the dog, good luck! To Sandy, I leave you a year supply of vanilla shakes from Burger
I, Kim Walker, leave to Jenny, all my love 8 our 5 years of memories, To Dana, a new roommate lmel. To
Beth, a private telephone line from B,V. to L.A. so she can keep in touch. To Kimmmay, all our nights at
Swenson's etc. To Alicia I leave, those memories, of that summer of "traumas," laughs, waterguns 8
beaches. To all "the group" I leave, our many memories, laughs 8 crazy times of way back when. To Mr.
Flizzardi, my secret pal, I leave all the Almond Roca he can eat, 8 memories of his most brilliant U,S. History
Honors Class. To Ms. Feldtkeller, my secret pal 32, my good wishes. To Mr. "C" I leave all of Agouras
future politicians, 8 my thanks for being that special person who really cares. To Mr. Litton, I leave, a new
word pronouncer, 8 all of my enthusiasm las il he needs ill, 8 thanks, To Ken Neely I leave all my leisure to
me, ability to relax, 8 all my thanks for being such a great friend. To King Kane, I leave a Burger King crown
to appease any future power urges. To Ed, I leave. all the pickles he threw at the Burger King windows, a
new V.W. bug, a lifesize poster of Rod, 8 all ol our summertime memories. To Steve, I leave ole memories,
good wishes, melted ice, 8 my neck. To Candy, I leave, all of our memories of backpacking, long takks,
"romance", dreams, 8 everything we have in common, 8 thanks for being such a special person 8 friend,
To Jimmy, I leave, our Hawaiian Tropic, a bucket of sand, a picnic lunch, 8 a boogie board to brave the still
waters at "the beach," 8 my thanks for sharing all his smiles 8 friendliness with me. To Tony, I leave, all of
those wonderful memories, all my love, 8 my phone number, so you can call if you ever need that special
friend you never wanted to lose, 8 never will.
I, Dan Walters, will to Dave Dobrowski, all the senior classmates I gave him 8 all the luck in the future. To
Lori, a new nightgown, 8 a new boyfriend. To Derrick my grades 8 ability to handle booze. To Sue, I give
sole possession to the excuses "but I have to work." To Amy, I give her Greece, To Marty 8 John, dates for
next years vice-versa. To the sophomore group, a bottle of Bacardi. To G-G-G George, a new pack 5 for
college. To Brad, a pair of my lose Levi's. To Peter B., a vote for best dressed for the past 4 years,
I, Christopher Warme, leave my leather jacket to Mr. Albrezzi, Mr. Vandyke, Mr. Bathgate, 8 Mr. Floss. They
can fight over it when l'm gone. I also leave all my heavy metal albums to anyone who believes Rock 'N Roll
is here to stay.
I, Kevin Waters, will to Paul Miller 8 Brian Murphy a brand new Sherman Tank to be used only in desert
warfare in the middle East 8 a golf course of their very own. To Pete Irwin, a can of shoe polish 8 a brand
new kilt. To Todd Kelson a new transmission. To Mr. Busher some new jokes. To Art Dellassandro, a clue.
To Jeff Naylor, I leave many beautiful 8 lovely years at Agroua High School. To Kevin Brissick,
brothers, To Tom Dolan, l leave Jim Nabors, Slim Whitman, 8 Boxer Willie. To all the noon aides with
boards a grenade.
I, Marci Weidemiller, leave to Robert, my gratitude for being so funny 8 for being so patient with irrita
people. To Stewart an Oriental woman who can tolerate his obnoxiousness. To Todd all that is good in
To Walter Mazeltou, 8 to Steven my heart 8 the most sincere wish that he gets everything he deser
I, Greg Weir, leave to Joe Casey a swiss bank account for his car 8 a new gas tank. To Todd Kelso
bigger engine 8 smaller tires. Training wheels for his car. To Mr, Anderson, thanks for being such a g
teacher. To Tom Weir a gallon of paint 8 50 feet of air 8 Tyrolia 360'Z Bindings. Personal ski lesson
G.H. To Brad Wise a head shrink 8 a comb. To Mark Mesko, cloud 9. To Randy Commans, A a G.T.G,O
To Vicky S., Kristin, Dana, Tracy, Lisa, my friendship. To Flob Pressen, a lesson on driving an ATC, 20 I
powder, 8 some Olin Ski's. A driveway on Westlake Football Field. To George Holmes a big shovel.
M.M,, C,P., E.L., a sack of acorns. To Pam Moore, I leave Flich Weir for you. To Greg lsenberg, a lesso
Nunchunk by Lee G,W. Hitop tennis shoes, Christian girls in Kentucky Fried Movie. To Mike Kleinfelt
clown outfit. To Steve Morose, I leave Taco Bell. To Natalie Fechner, all my love, To Dave L
lGrossbergerl a wig. To Stephan Valentino a body shop. To Kelli Ervin, our memories. To Teresl my car.
my motorhead friends hood gaskets, muffler bearings, piston return springs. To Cary Lupe, a muzzle.
Danny Walters, BooBoo 8 a picnic basket. To Tracy Nine, some cheese. To Marty Keegan, pink socks.
Mr. Bathgate some driving lessons.
I, Tom Weir, leave to Marty Keegan a deeper voice. To George Holmes a back brace 8 ski lessons.
Danny lYogij Walters a fake board 8 a picnic basket. To Randy Commons, his first date, To Mike Flus
his first ski trip. To Brad Wise, a head shrinker. To Vicki, my friendship forever 8 anything else she wants.
Kristin, Dana, Lisa, Tracy, I also leave my friendship. To Tracy D. someone to keep up with you. To G
lsenberg, a longer moustache 8 all the video cassets of Bruce Lee, To Rob Pressen, all of the zany ti
plus some faster ski's. To Joe Casey, a real excuse for not coming to school. To Miss Packard I leave all
wandering eyes. To Karrie Lupe a mouth gag. To Mr. Anderson, a thanks forthe extra help 8 good ti
through the years. To Flob Stewart, good luck with the girls next year. To Greg Wrir, Weir, "please s
looking like me!!!" To Mrs. Hart, my company in the office, To Mr. Albrezzi 8 Mr. Bathgate, all of
problems 8 tire marks from our cars. To Marylou, driving lessons, 8 don't follow me next time. To our g
"Thanks for some outrageous times."
I, Doug Wicks, bequeath to my fellow classmates: Brian Murphy, a new "Members Only" jacket, for
cold nights at the golf course. To Pete Ski, a little smeg' with an order of fries, To Lisa Lakotas, a high
american style. To senior class prez. Mr. John Jabara a pleasant "hello" at Pearl Harbor!
I, Micheal Wildermuth, will to Ms. Graham my cat from physiology class. To Paul 8 Brian, I leave my ra
active clothes from San Onofre. To Mr. Neely, I leave a top quality grade 8 print. To Ty Miller, I will Liz fr
aerobics class. To Jim Eaton, I leave another year of the best English class we ever had, To Amy at Ie
one full day of attendance to all of your classes. To Lisa, I leave my special days ahead. Last I leave,
Lasnick my brain for extensive study.
I, Dawn Williams, do hereby bequeath to Dena Harman a year supply of "Anthony," 8 other invitatio
twenty million bizzare stories about my adventures at "Phases," the "Odessy," and thanks for being
best friend anyone could have, I also leave to you a book entitled Howto be Butch by our favorite Irie
To Craig Harrison, a book called How to Handle the Various Phases ol Dawn Williams, 8 10 qu
easy lessons on mod dancing. To Pete Irwin, I leave a 5 yr. supply of punk paraphenalia including assor
bondage straps, bandanas, 8 steel toed rocker boots. Also thanks for being so understanding, 8 off- t
wall. To Mr, Lasnik, I leave, many thanks for being thewe. there. To Dominic Annino, 100 pairs of bizz
shoes that fit, a year supply of hugs 8 kisses. To Stewart Margolis, a book called, How to Control y
Uncontrollablo daughter. To Danny Kaufman, all the bagel, lox, 8 chicken soup you can eat, 8 a
supply of cheek-pinching-prevention-cream. To all the little "mini-punks," wandering around Agour
leave, a book entitled 10 Ways to Spot a Poser. To Lisa Forwalter, thanks for being so nice 8 a wardr
of totally cool clothes to go with the ones you already have.
My final will 8 testament, Gregory S. Wong. I, Gregory S. Wong, being of sound min-uh, being of sound
- uh, being sound, do bequeath to Jerry Lasnik my wishes of health 8 happiness, 8 his terranium. To
Pete, I leave my old track shoes 8 new unlisted phone no. To Mr. J.P. Smith,
particular case of Africa Sleeping Sickness, which only affects me during oceanography, To Agoura H
School, I leave, the past 4 years of my life 8 my little brother. To the marching band I leave my feet. To M
jmy little brotherl, I leave Agoura High School. To Robin Rummel, a copy of an application of employm
at Burger King, our times in psyc. 8 gov't. To Laura Friedman, I leave, all the famaldrahide 8 dead frog
the science prep room. To Mark Weston, I leave that which he likes most: A psyc. book 8 a copy of
articles in gov't. To Lisa Glass, I give the greatest thing any one person can give to another: My he
I, Shannon Yarbor, leave to Kellie Knue Rapunzel, withour the wispies, without the painlulness, the pea
butter obsession, 8 with me for the constant. To Sheri Task, I leave 200 uniforms, a flute section, 8 succ
in her senior year. To Tom Humes, I leave lyrics, lor his songs, Gone With The Wind, "lt's a small Worl
8 more good times together. To Suzanne Cole, I leave more revealing necklines, 8 luck for the future.
Lynn Akerman, I leave, our English class 8 music. To Kirsten, I leave 3 more fun-filled years at A,H,S. tot
1980-81 flute section I leave as end to pitch problems, Finally to Mr. Miller, I leave a lifetime supply of
l, Patty Yelle, will to Theresa Chaides, a 8x10 gloss of Gus Peterson in his speedo, To Kim Anderson I lea
my hair. To Hillary VonTeuber, I leave my stack of straw hat salad plates. To Francis Shelley 8 G
Kaufman, I leave all the chocolate chip cookies I never made them. To my freshman sister, Megan, I lea
luck so that she will never get a teacher like O. again. And last of all I would like to ask Jill Ovlatt 8 Kar
Caruso to take care on my good friend Jackson Browne.
I, Shelley Yount, leave to Dawn, a sling 8 bandage for all her skating injuries, a bottle of Bengay, memori
of running lfrom coachl, a mature college guy, a thanks for being a good friend, To Les, I leave memories
Pioneer 8 Larry, rollerskating, wild nights, driving around Agroua dressed in sheets, a good prom night wi
Rob, 8 my love for being a sweetie. To Sherrie, I leave, a smile for her very own. To Coach Smith, a map
all the shortcuts Dawn 8 l made up for long runs, 5 tons of aluminum cans, 8 many more enjoyable L
Vegas runs. To Miss Graham, a full 2nd period class that brings doughnuts every day, To S. 8 L,, lots
The year is 1981 with the usual clubs having their pic-
ture in the yearbookg but this year we thought we would
put an old group of people, that have been around high
schools for a few years, as well as a new breed of
individuals that could possibly be a trend in the future.
These people are the surfers and the punk rockers.
The surfers eat, sleep, and think surfing and when Sat-
urday comes around chances are you will see one of
Agoura's local surfers heading down Kanan Fld. early in
the morning, to catch that perfect wave.
The punk rockers have a new and unusual way about
themselvesg their hair is usually short, maybe dyed.
Their clothing is varied from bright colors to Viet Nam
attire. The music they listen to is energetic, intense, and
a completely new sound, I think one can say it would be
the opposite of Perry Como goes to Hawaii. As future
editions of the yearbook "Ouixotian" are in the making,
we plan to include more clans, cliques and clubs that
take place during your time in high schoolg it is our job
to document what takes place on our campus and what
interest our readers,
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' Top row - Matt Budoff, Adam Possard, Kim Birch, Mr. Pete, Marney Whited, Alan Phnney, Mark Share, Loren Roberts, Wayne Turner, Bottom row-
Cheryl Bratten, Jennifer Locket, Ron Blum, Jeff Blum, Steve Danan, John Babeka, Tom Carmichel, David Woodrut, Steve Hobmann
high school campuses across the country, there are students
tcerned with what is happening around them, students inter-
ed in politics, government, education, and change. The Ju-
'r brings exists for these and all students in the country. The
tior state is A non-partisan, non-profit student run organiza-
w which has been in for 45 years. The Junior state brings
gether thousands of high school students, from diverse back-
iunds, and serves to involve educate, and represent them in
Q political processes which govern their lives. ,
s year marks the first time the Junior State has been on the'
oura campus. With the help of the students involved we
.naged to organize a successful chapter. We have brought to
e campus: debated candidates, rights, political faires and
Jth in government days. Our main activity this year was our
'ing convention in Sacremento. We stayed at the Woodlake
tel for the weekend and attended numerous seminars and
Dates. Some of the topics we protisipatedin were very contro-
sial such as, that the death penalty be abolished in California,
that homosexuals not be allowed to adopt children, that Mari-
juana be legalized, licensed and taxed for use by those over
eighteen years of age and that the patenting and commercia
tnot experimentall genetically engineered microorganisms be
banned for a period of not less ,than five years. We all had a
great time and learned a lot.
For a new club on campus, I feel that we accomplished a lot and
established a good reputation on campus. Without the help ol
my fellow officers I would have never survived. Thanks to my
treasurer, Steve Hobbman, Secretary, Mark Share, Publicity
officer, Barbera Heatherly, and my Finance editor, Darril Cass,
and his assistant Dave Woodriff, for thier time, effort, and dedi-
cation to our Junior State Chapter, special thanks to Mr. tPetel
Petersons for his support as our teacher advisor.
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Concert Band at one of their many shows.
Some musicians at one of their productions. Mr. Jackson conducting a production
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Ken Neely-Advisor Lance Buckhart-Editor
The Yeal'b00k Staff
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Missy Reynolds Mark Bohn
Staff Sports Editor
Vicki Bankos Lori Segal
Copy Co-Editor Sophomore Editor
Ted Nagel Andrew Barry
Index Editor Index Co-Editor
Cindy Harbarger Jami Wayne
Statt Senior Co-Editor
Terri Anderson Joyce Siple
Lav-Out Editor Faculty Editor
' Donna Debbas
Sue Duclos Anette Kittredge
Administration Co-Editor Junior Editor
Criss Anders Cris Aines
Photo Co-Editor Photo Co-Editor
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The two people on the yearbook staff that are not pictured
are Sue Gordon who worked on Copy and was also Activi-
ties Editor 81 Vicki Stewart Who was Photo Co-Editor.
Thank for your help!! We would also like to acknowledge
Mr. Pete and Mr. VanDyke, Kathie Eafs also Ken Neely,
Kelly Amish 8. Lance Burkhart with out there help the staff
would have been no-where. We would also like to thank
the office staff for putting up with our constant running in
and out of the office, also we would like to thank the faculty
for there cooperation and patience when we needed to
interupt thier classes while we took pictures or asked ques-
tions. Lastly we would like to thank the students whose
faces fill this Yearbook, without all of you there would be no
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1- Alicia Hawkins 2-Sherri Heltzer 3-Doug Chorpenning 4-
Nancy Zorehkey 5- Jenifer Nelson 6-Jody Claramella 7-Laura
Schawb 8-Cheri McCray 9-Alyson Weekly 10-Mrs. Pete 11-
Kelly McLeod 12-Sandy Lu 13-Tanya Tosberg 14-Donna
McGee Not Pictured- Roni Roland, Ken Crocker, Julie Holland,
Dana Margolis, Shyne McAree, Michelle Zackmairg, Bob Can-
oll, Bob Heatherly, Francine Giolnick, Sheri Lindsay.
Jenifer Nelson, Alyson Weekly, Nancy Zorenky, at choir practice.
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The Photo Club
Top: Mr. Ken Neely fAdvisorl Tara Perry, Laura Lineberry, Fiobb Staley, Michael Pressier, Erica Bogner, Brett Machinga, David Fluke, Anita Krook
Carolyn Pennock, Matt Fluwell. Front: Stephanie Stephens, Kim Walker, Sierra, Mohammad Haghdad, Lisa Garland, Adam Posard, David Golllng
Theresa O'Flourke, Lesha Freedman, Shasta-Yosemite National Park February 1981
Carolyn Pennock, Erica Bodner 8. Rob Statley Mohammad l-laghdad, Tara Perry
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Cindy Cicero, Coleen Mushet, Rick Reese, Morica Haynes-President, Craig 'Getz-Vice President.
Back Row- Leanard Haynes, Laura Meyer, Keri De Woody, Denise Bulao, Doug Emhoff, Lane Watkin, Dana Brody,
Eryan Case, 8r Jackie Ryan. Front Row- Jeff Collard, Narci Cleland, 81 Caty Hill. Not Picture-Lora Mears, 81 Mike
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Top Row Left To Right: Stacy Rosenthal, Steven Nicks, Dena Harmon, Karen Christiason, Todd McKee, Robert Ward, Stewart O'Rourke, Dawn Williams
Stuart Margolis. Bottom Row Left To Right: Steve Brown, Anne Marie Watkins, Mr. Kilpatrik, Walt Kubelun, Marci Weidemiller, Tessa Bennet, Laura
Top Row Lett To Right: Robert Ward, Mr. Kilpatrik, Stewart O'Rourke. Clockwise From Top: Vicky Riebe, Laura Schwab, Anne Marie Watkt
Bottom Row Left To Right: Dena Harmon, Karen Christiansen Nancy Zorehkey, Stacy Rosenthal
The Yearbook Club
Advisor-Mr. Neely, Editor-Lance Burkhart, 3-
Jeff Ellis, 4-Kelly Amish, 5-Joyce Siple, 6-
Steve Perrin, 7-Andrew Barry, 8-Jamie
Wayne, 9-Ted Nagel, 10-Sherri Schulner, 11-
Craig Ekrnan, 12-Traci Di Ponzio, 13-Peter
Borawski, 14-Kelli Ervin, 15-Criss Anders,
16-Donna Debbils, 17-Cindy Cicero, 184Paul
Stimson, 19-Tom Kooiek. Not pictured-Chris
Aines Vicki Bankos Mark Bohn Kevin
Brooks, Alisa Capretta, Sue Duclos, Christina
Eifert, Marla Federman, Sue Gordon, Cindy
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Reynolds, Lori Segel, Vicki Stewart, Mickie
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Well everybody, we finally made it through our first
year at Agourao High School. Although this is one
year that is gone by of our school days, we still have
three more years to establish our goals and find out
who we really areff I know that we are a class with
fantastic school spirit, we have determination and
above all, we have pride in ourselves and in our
school. Every single individual contributed to the suc-
cess of our school year.
We had great things happen like Homecoming and
all the football games and all the fund-raisers. Thank
you for all the help and support you gave me. I can
tell that the Class of 1984 is going to be excellent!
See you next year,
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Creativity At lt's Excellence
The Art department is a vital part in the development of
a well rounded educational experience. As an Art
school program, we are extremely fortunate to have a
strong professional staff. 1-Ms. Feldtkeller conducts the
Art program in creative design with an array of classes
as in drawing and landscape, silkscreen, and Commer-
cial Arts. Mr. Kale, a talented potter by trade, shares his
knowledge and experiences with his students. His
classes range from Ceramics to Stained glass. 2-Mr.
Neely is the Photography teacher at Agoura who makes
it a point to bring the outside work of photography into
the classroom. Some of the projects are studio portrai-
ture, color printing, photo journalism, studio illustration,
special effects, and the list goes on. The Art program is
ever changing with new ideas developing all the time.
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Speaking Out To Communicate With Your Dreams
1-Mr. Quint teaches Spanish I and ll in addi-
tion to two English classes during his school
day. 2-Mr. Christianson, more commonly
known as Mr. teaches Spanish I and ll
while advising the Student Council in his
Leadership class. 3-Dr. Steffan teaches the
school's only Spanish IV class plus a couple
of English classes on the side. Mrs. Myers
Inot picturedl is the Foreign Language de-
partment chairperson. She teaches every
French class in the school not to mention a
couple Spanish classes.
Falkin is a Geometry, Algebra I, and an Algebra ll teacher. 25 Mr.
is a Math Analysis, Algebra l, Algebra ll, Calculus, 81 Pep Algebra
35 Mr. Goldberg is Agoura's own General Math teacher 45 Mr.
enburg is our Geometry teacher 55 J.D. Smith is an Algebra I, Algebra ll,
re Algebra 81 a cross country coach. 65 Mr. Rezinas is a Pre Algebra,
eometry, Algebra I, and Water Polo coach 75 Mr. Belcher, Algebra ll,
ath Analays, Geometry, 81 Track and Freshman Football coach.
Preparing For Practical Dreams
1-Mrs. Lundquist is new at
Agoura High School this year.
Some of you may remember her
from Lindero Canyon Middle
School days. She teaches begin-
ning and personal Typing and
Accounting in addition to pro-
ducing the EI Escudero school
newspaper in her Introduction to
Journalism class. 2-Ms. Wild is
the chair person of the Business
department. She teaches a cou-
ple of Typing classes, a class in
Vocational Job Skills and a class
in Shorthand on top of being the
Spirit team advisor. Mrs. Fisher
teaches classes in Vocational
and Personal Typing, to round
out the Business department
Building Strong Minds And Establishing New Foundations
1-Mr. Anderson is Agoura's one and only Auto Shop teacher.
He must be good at it. 2-Mr. Strawn teaches Wood Shop at our
high school. He, too, teaches his one subject all day long, and
he is improving. There are other industrial arts instructors whose
pictures do not appear on this page. Mr. Hart is the electronics
teacher and also helps the department. He also teaches wood
shop one period a day. Mr. Williams teaches classes in Architec-
tural drawing and mechanical drawing in addition to coaching
the Varsity Baseball team. The ever popular Mr. Goodes teach-
es a class in metal shop, to round out Agoura's industrial arts
Helping People Spell Out
1.Ms. Antonucci teaches English I tnot
to mention English l Honorsl, English lll
and Communication Skills in addition to
being a really nice person. 2-Ms. Bishin
teaches English Il all day long with but
one break in her World Literature class,
but l'm sure she enjoys it. 3-Ms. Doi
teaches 3 English Ill classes including
English Ill Honors, Communication
Skills, and English II. 4-Ms. Graham
chairs the English department while
teaching World Literature and English ll
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Skills, English IV Honors, and Classical Literature
during his diversified English day. 2-Mr. Maitland
teaches English I through Ill plus Communication
Skills in his equally diversified day. 3-Ms. Packard
only teaches English ll and English 12 during her
comparatively dull day tjust kidding Ms. Packardi.
4-Mrs. Petersons teaches English Il and English I
after her choir class. 5-Mrs. Stewart may win the
prize for diversification in the English department.
She teaches English ll, British Literature, English
Composition and Power Reading. There are other
English teachers not pictured. Mrs. Fisher teaches 3
English l classes. Mr. Kilpatrick teaches 3 English
12 classes, Mr. Quint teaches a couple English ll
classes while Dr. Steffen teaches a couple English l
classes and Mr. Lal3elle teaches a class in English ll
to round out the schedule.
1-Coach Crow teaches Health and a
couple Driver Education classes in addi-
tion to his P.E. 9 class and his responsi-
bilities as Junior Varsity Girls Basketball
Coach and J.V. Baseball coach. 2-
Coach Greminger teaches two general
math classes, one class in P.E. 10-12
and one in Adaptive P.E. in addition to
being the head coach of the Varsity
Football team. 3-Coach Goodes teach-
es Consumer Math and Metal Shop plus
P.E. 9-10-12 and coaches football and
softball. 4-Which brings us to Mr.
Harms. Mr. Harms is really a science
teacher, but apparently somebody
thought it would be cute to put him in
the P.E. department. He does coach the
girl's tennis team, but he should've been
in the Science department, just the
Building Minds And Bodies
1-Ms. Karbo teaches dance and gymnastics at
Agoura High School. She also has two Health
classes in the afternoon. 2-Coach LaBelle
teaches two Driver Education classes and two
Physical Education 10-12 classes plus an Eng-
lish 11 class before his Varsity basketball team
practices. 3-Coach Leonard teaches P.E. 10-
12 twice a day and then some Consumer Math
before coaching his soccer team. 4-Mr. Werk-
heiser teaches two P.E. 9-10 classes in the
morning, but he also teaches Biology and
Health on top of his duties as Athletic Director.
5-Mr. Williams teaches all of the Archetectural
and Mechanical Drawing offered here before
teaching P.E. 10-12 and coaching the varsity
Special People With Special Dreams
Many people at Agoura High School may
not be aware of the people in our Special
Education Department, but they are a very
important portion of our faculty. 1-Dr. An-
derson is the Chairman of the Special Edu-
cation Department. 2-Mrs. Craik is another
vital member of the department, as are 3-Mr.
Pesetski, 4-Ms. Murdoch and 5-Mr. Gold-
stein. You may not see or hear about these
people around campus, but they are essen-
tial to our school. Each one dedicates his or
her full day to their special purpose of Spe-
Designing New Ideas
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Home Economics Department at
Agoura, but she does an excellent job
by herself. She teaches classes in Indi-
vidual Living, Cloth Tech and Food
Tech in addition to being in charge of
all costume construction for most all of
Agoura's productions. She does an ex-
cellent job in all of her duties. Mr. Pe-
tersons is not in the Home Economics
department, however we couIdn't fit
his picture in the Social Studies seo-
tion, so we put him here. l'm sure Mr.
Pete won't mind fl hopel.
A Salute To Our Performing Arts
Tom Jackson Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Symphonic Wind, and Banners
John Kilpatrick Theatre
People Acting Out Their Future
There is a newly formed Performing Arts de-
partment at Agoura High School and the
man you see before is most responsible for
its existence. Mr. Kilpatrick is Agoura's di-
rector and on top of his three English 12
classes and his Theatre and Technical The-
atre classes, he is also the chairman of the
Performing Arts department. Mr. Jackson
teaches for should I say conductsj all of the
Band classes fMarching, Symphonic, Sym-
phonic Wind in addition to being the banner
consultant and teaching World Studies I.
Mrs. Petersons is new at Agoura this year,
and she controls the vocal portion of the
Performing Arts department in her Choir
class. Ms. Karbo Teaches Dance for the Per-
forming Arts department.
Discovering The Past To Understand The Future
1-Mr. Bushner gets to teach all of the fun classes at Agoura
like Anthropology and Film Appreciation and Psychology,
but he's got an extra World Studies Ill class thrown in just
to keep him honest. 2-Deputy Irwin contributes his morn-
ings to Agoura by teaching 2 periods of Student and the
Law. 3-Mrs. Grossman gets some tun classes too, like
History of the American West and Sociology and Psycholo-
gy plus U.S. History. 4-Mr. Flebd co-chairs the department
while teaching World Studies I and ll and Government. 5-
Mr. Rizzardi teaches 2 periods of World Studies ll and 3 of
U.S. History, including the U.S. History Honors class. 6-Mr.
Tapie co-chairs with Mr. Rebd and teaches U.S. History
and Driver Education. 7-Mrs. Watt is a Guidance Counsel-
or, so naturally she teaches Guidance Classes, 5 periods a
day. Mr. Miller and Mr. Petersons forgot to get their pic-
tures taken tor we misplaced themj, but we could never
forget them. Mr. Miller teaches World Studies I and U.S.
History while Mr. Pete spends his day with World Studies ll
,riffs-: A W A
13 Mr. Lasnik is a Biology and Physiology
23 Mr. Ramirez is an organic horticulture and
33 Mr. Patterson is a Chemistry, Physics, and
43 Mr. J.P. Smith is an Oceanography, and
I he Campus Aides
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