Fountain Valley High School - Raconteur Yearbook (Fountain Valley, CA)
- Class of 1974
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"F or the first time in 5 years, we beat the 'Ml-SE!! out of
EDISON " . .. 2 minutes left in the game . . . Edison
snatched the lead, 24-21 . . . dashed were the hopes of
many FV fans . .. "Ohhh" ... "Not again this year" . ..
"It's not fair!" . .. "We deserve to win." . . . so we did . . .
Varsity jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter . . .
Edison bounced back to tie . . . threatened, the Big Blue
showed their might and moved ahead, 21-14 . . . a field
goal by the Chargers ended the half with the Barons 21,
Chargers 1 7 . . . Edison had been forced to stay behind
. . . 'This is too easy" . . . "Miracles don't happen this
way" . . . the crowd watched restlessly as the third quarter
ticked by with no score . . . suddenly, Edison was up by
3 . . . only 2 minutes left in the game . .. "Come on! You
can do it." . .. the fog rolled in, and . . . when it lifted g. ..
Edison was knocking on the door again . . . the cheering
became hot, anguished, a suffocation roar . .. the Chargers
were on the one . . . the crowd was on its feet . the hike,
uick handoff .. . FUMBLE! . . . the game is ours! . ..
a chaotic celebration prevailed . . .
we won 28-24.
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Helllllp.'C4Q . . .a few latecomers
get the runaround as the annual
Girls' League BIG-LITTLE SISTER
PICNIC "jumps" 172 into action. ..
the events of the day included
making a squishy mess KSJ of every-
thing, which everyone enjoyed. . .
and also. . . racing in the 3-legged
race C25 . . . running back to back with
a beach ball smashed in between 112
. . . playing red rover with the
whole gang f6j . . .even yelling C32 . ..
best of all, everyone enjoyed
eating lunch. . .a conglomeration
of GO0EYpeanut butter and jelly
sandwiches and crumbled cookies
were served to the tired girls
who ate sitting in th grass under
the scorching sun. .. and they
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"Won't somebody please buy a dance bid?" C32 . .. the sales
are on and so is the three-ring circus-more commonly
known as SPIRIT WEEK . .. just a hop, skip and a jump C72
and then run, run, run, C62 . . . but "hold on to your hats"
. . . because coming around the corner is "Whiplash Wendy"
C82 crying "WHOOPEE!."'and speeding by in a flash . ..
the "pros" C42 and the Homecoming Court play basketball
. .. and ofcourse . . . the Court wins by an astounding score
. . . it takes all kinds to hafve a circus and apparently . . . FV
has them all . . . like the clown C?Cwith the pie in his face C22
. . . roller skaters C12 . .. even a few "hams".
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Antique cars carrying the princesses and their escorts parade around
the field . .. movie stars such as Marilyn Monroe, Humphrey Bogart C52
Scarlett O'Hara and Clarke Gable KU ham it up for t e crowd . .. Drill
team performs to the music of "rag time bands" C 6 J and some J I TTERBUG,
to "Rock Around the Clock" 541 . .. as the HALFTIME SHOWof movie stars,
music and nostalgia focuses its attention to the stcige, the court
is nerfvously waiting to know who will be named 1 973- 74 omecommg
Queen . . . Adri Clyne is crowned "Queen of the Barons" C71 of F. V. 's
"happy home" . .. after the ceremony, Adri is greeted by friends, eager
to congratulate her. C29
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for ,ldri . , . 'Vt Happened One Night"
"It Happened One Night" . ., to 1 973-74 Homecoming
Queen Adri C lyne . . . the game was watched proudly by the
Queen and Princesses Kathy Christy, Kathy Puchalski, Mona
Bissin and Lorraine Lucostic, as the Barons skunked
Corona, 35-0 . . . wisked off to the Mall of Orange, a happy
Adri presided ofuer the Homecoming Dance . . . the court
stepped lightly to the tunes of "T ree F 1'Og,, . .. couples danc-
ed and laughed and lingered long into the evening.
juniors reeeiee 61,4 SS KINGS
and quiet 5K0 weave stemaelzs
A bleary-eyed class of '75 waited in the "longest line
you"ve efuer seen". . . some were there as early as 6:30
that morning. . . shivering in the November chill. . .wait-
ing patiently for their CLASS RINGS. .. Has if we ha'oen't
filled out enou h of these dumb things" KZQ ...when the
juniors finaiy got through the doors a breakfast C11
of waffles, sausage and orange juice greeted them. ..
between gazing at their new possession and passing
it around among friends, there was time to quiet
GROWLING stomachs Ml . . . then it was off to class to
flaunt their beautiful rings to admiring underclassmen.
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cowboys star in ASSEMHZJSS
SALOON girls, cowboys, kindergarteners and trumpeteers . . . all part
of the Baron ASSEMBLIES lots of "bang-bangin " C32, "rua-raaing' C72,
"boo-booing" C2 2, and "um-paaing" C12 . .. the femai football team has
a "serious" talk C62 . .. Cindy and Lori "bring the house down" C82 with
their sparkling eyes and swirhging hips and so does the "sexy" Edison
cheerleader C22 ...4 "You're HA T??" C42 . .. Pepsters' "Twelve Days of School
really says it all . .. the Band C12 plays the Alma Mater and the crowd C52
and even the football team C92 sing with magnificent harmony and
melody . .. "HailFountain Valley, Hail to thee . . . "
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Slum ber queens of F VHS C1 1 got together for the biggest
slumber party ofthe year. . . at Girls' League NIGHTY
NITE. . . everything from mofvies to pillow fights C31 . . .
pajama beauty contest named "Miss Slumber Baron ' . .. lemon
race and relay races C51 . . . "Miss" Troup and "Miss"Mack-
ley were star attractions of the efvening C41 . . . showing
off their HAIR Y legs. . .a few early-to-bedders C61 got
their forty winks. .. but most ofthe mob C71 stayed up to
watch the sunrise and had fun waking up a few sleepy heags
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Hee Haw!! C52 FV's hillbillies come down out ofthe
hills . .. the fiddlers get fiddlin' . .. and the SADIE
HA WKINS dance gets hoppin' C62 . .. a couple of young
"lovers" get married at a shotgun wedding . .. by Judge
Marryin'Marty C12 ... "We country folk really knofw how
to have fun, don't we?" . .. "There's all kinds here at
this shindig" including romantic types K42 . .. "Ah
shucks!! Idon't want to dance now!" 132 . .. most of
the night was spent square dancing, kissin' and kickin'
upa RUCKUS C22.
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Fountain Valley High's Drama Department started off the year
with a hilariously funny but deeply dramatic production titled
"THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RA YS ON MAN IN THE MOON
MARIGOLDSU. Tillie CPeggy Welton Q and her prize winning project I1 Q
"Lights, camera, action!" says Chris Bent, Director f3j . . .
"She's my sister, my sister!" cries Ruth C Debbie Hammerlinekj
142 . .. "Here's your hotsy water and honey nanny lGeri Martini
you ole bag," teases Beatrice CNan Westfallk C62 . . .FEA THERS and
all, Berry the Loon KZQ . . . "I'll give him a piece of my mind"C5J
. .. a successful and memorable production for Drama.
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Music comes to FV . .. soft country MUSIC and strumming
guitars fill the air with excitement and entertainment
X22 small groups play for friends KS1 all part of
this year's FOLK FESTIVAL C42 . .. talented students enjoy
playing in a quiet and relaxed atmosphere 512 ... for a
change of pace, LIBER TY FOUR ROCK GROUP f8j jumps into
their program playing everything from tamborines to
rrombones 161 . .. the group demonstrates their talents in
music as well as in hamming it up ... "EL VIS" K71 makes a
grand appearance and screams are heard from all his
fans . .. this year's concertgoers really have something
to talk about.
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The MO USETRAP by Agatha Christie
was this year's winter play . .. to
the tune of "Three Blind Mice" FVHS
students successfully produced an-
other "WHO-DONE-IT?" . .. "I am Sergeant
Trotter C Christopher Bent2 from the
Burkshire police" C42 butis he
really?! . .. Christopher Wren CLoren
Humphrey2 attempts to explain "I
didn't do it!I told you that! ' C52
... then who did do it? . .. thinks
Major Medcalf CJohn Morrison2 C12 ...
"Well it certainly wasn't me! C32
It's absolutely absurd that you
should even start to think it might
be me!" shouted Mrs. Boyle CLuanne
Cupp2 ... butwhat is this?! C22 ...
Sergeant Trotter?! . .. could he have
guys bring their 5 W88 648,413 CS
ta the 50-60 's DAN68
Pony tails, DA's, bobby sox and leather
jackets C12 , .. teeny boppers from the nifty
fifties show up at FV high for 50's-60-s
WEEK K52 ... after school "We've got it made
in the shade" ... and it's off to the malt
shop down the street C the local hangout
of all the "in" crowd2 . .. later that night
the whole gang trips back down to the
school ym to swing at the 50's-60's
DANCE ... Ughake, rattle and roll" C62 ...
iitterbuggers rock to "Rock Around the
Clock" C22 . .. twisters "Twist and Shout"
542 . . . SWEETHEAR TS swoon with their darl-
ings to "Teen Angel" K72 ... the dance con-
test and costume contest highlight the
evening . .. the 50's-60-s era will live in
the hearts of young and be long remem-
bered by its dance, dress, and espec-
ially by it's music cause "Rock and
Roll is here to stay" 132.
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all types af SN C813 CAJNMENZ
FV Speech club presents USHOOTIN' THE BREEZE" C72 . ..
F VHS 's first talent show . . . talented students from all
fields of ENTERTAINMENT came to perform . . . some sang C52,
some danced, and others just played a few tricks C82 . ..
whatever the performers dreamed up the audience enjoyed
every minute of it C12 . .. as with every talent show,
there's always the most talented, and this time, JoAnne
Lynn was selected with her song "The Way We Were" . ..
this first talent show turned out to be a great success
and all of the people involved are looking forward to
next year's production . .. Sophomores and Seniors teamed
up against Freshmen and Juniors to play DONKEY BASKET-
BALL C62 . . . between falling on the floor and jumping on
the donke s C22 the students didn't have much of a chance
to play gasketball . .. but somehow the Sophomores and
Seniors managed to rack up 1 8 points to win the first
game 1 8-1 0 . .. the next game featured the faculty against
the students and the Sophomores and Seniors again had
their chance to show their SKILL in donkey riding C32 . ..
and they did C42 . . . the students won the game with a
score of 22-20 scoring the last 2 points in the final
seconds of the game, leaving the faculty "bewildered"
and sore "behinded."
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the SPKYNG EFOKMAL'
The annual Valentine's dance held in
February was postponed this year to
March 1 6th and instead of hearts and
cupids, Girls' League presented "An Old
Fashioned Love Song" . .. fresh daisies,
wishing wells and water fountains
helped to set the scene for the first
annual SPRING FORMAL held at Abrams
Country Club . . . the couples came "dressed
in style" C22 to dance to the music
of "Gospel Swamp" . .. Wendy Coleman C72
and Dan Malane were honored at the
dance by being named Queen and King
along with princesses and princes C62
who were . . . Seniors: Kathy Hefley and
Mike Lucia ... Juniors: Pat Fisher and
John Lodestine C52 . .. Sophomores: Cheryl
Lessley and Mike Dooley C42 ... and Fresh-
man: Linda Bekas and Dafoe Doutelle C92
. .. the excitement C82 and the ROMANTIC
moments will be long remembered by the
couples who shared the evening together.
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FV comes ALIVE with "THE SOUND OFM
well on the way to completion by mid-April and was to be presented
May 1 st through 4th . . . all the students and teachers worked long
hours polishing scenes and painting sets C12 . .. along with the actors
and singers there were many other important people who made the
play possible . .. among them were the set and stage crew C52 . .. the
prop men, makeup and costume crew and the dancers . .. the music was
provided by the hard working orchestra who also spent many hours
preparing and practicing for the production . .. with the cooperation
of all the people infoolfoed the entire cast was looking forward to
presenting another enjoyable musical.
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Maria Rainier CJoAnneLynn2 and Captain Von Trapp CFrank Vermillion2
122 . .. the children ffrom the rop2 Liesl KStephanie Hardy2, Frederick
CBillKetts2, Curt CChris Wachte12, Brigitta KMary Gal'oin2 C42 . .. not
shown: Louise CNansi Brower2 Liesl fStephanie Hardy2 and Rolf CParry
Pedersen2 C 7 2 the Sisters I from left2 Sister Margaretta CLinda
Bekas2, Sister Sophia IDiana Saltman2, Sister Berthe KMelea Ste1Jens2
and Mother Abbess KBonnie Pinkert0n2 K32 .
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Most Athletic: Dan Troup and Diane Shakarian 511: Most
Talented: Gina Ferrara and Frank Vermillion KZQQ Best
Looking: Adri Clyne and Don Cooper C325 Class Clown: Dafue
Mackley and Wendy Coleman 542: Class Flirts: Dennis Tress-
ler and Debbie Beebe K5jg Best All-Around: Scott Napp and
Wendy Coleman K6jg Cutest Smile: Nick Soloman and Debbie
Licari C715 Best Dressed: Linda Yee and Dana Hunter 582:
Most Likely to Succeed: Sid Nakajo and Carol Pinkus CQJ:
Contributed Most to Class: Mike Lucia and Marla Tufiord
C1 02: Most Spirited: Wendy Coleman and Dave Kilpatrick
I1 12: Most Shy: Rick Halverson and Janice Maeda K121.
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The major problem faced by this year's STUDENT
COUNCIL C82 was student APATHY . . . besides planning
budgets and directing Administrations' duties . ..
" old it, let's take a re-vote" . .. members Mike
McCann KI2, Mark Mobley C22, Chairwoman Leigh Flesh-
er K32, Cari Bilderbeck C42, Margaret Lennertz C62,
Roxe Anne Brasier 172, Dave Carter 592, Judy Guy 1112,
and Associated Students' Mana er, Louis Kelsh C102,
got together with faculty to rgscuss curriculum and
student problems . .. organized clubs and fund raising
ideas to help sponsor ASB activities . .. "Wait a min-
ute, can we take a re-vote?" ... the council met each
'week to discuss problems of student concern . .. "A
er-a, I think we need a re-vote" . .. the goal for
this year's eight elected Student Council members'
was to get students interested in cleaning up the
campus . .. Council did their best this year to pro-
mote student involvement and awareness, but were
stymied in the face of student lack of concern . ..
"Oh well, whafs the use of taking a re-vote" . ..
they didn't give up however . .. two Environmental
weeks were sponsored . .. along with a student monitor-
" ing program to decrease vandalism . .. that's a start.
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Appointed by Student Council . .. STUDENT ADMINISTRATION
carries out activities and policies sponsored and formed by Student
Council . .. led by Associated Students' Manager, Louis Kelsh C42,
other Administration members, Janet Kamisato, Clubs Officer C12 . ..
Lynn Dudrear, Ombudsman C22 . .. John Caldwell, Communications
Chairman C32 . .. Norma Katz, Council Clerk C52, Chess'ineLyau,
Athletics Officer C 62, Bonnie Butler and Cathy Burton, Newsletter Co-
Editors C72 . .. Jennifer Savoy, Jim Norling, Linda Kelsh and Joan
Philbin, Publicity C82 . . . Elaine Mashushita, Recording Secretary,
Debbie McIntosh, Corresponding Secretary, Kathi Niffenegger,
Operations Officer C92 ... Steve Chauncey, PTSAXCASC
Representative, Lorrie Benward, Campus Concerns Officer, Debbie
Brown, SAC Representative C102 . .. Karen Niffenegger, Student
Concerns Chairwoman C112 . .. and Marla Tufford, Activities
Chairfwoman C122, handled the details involved in keeping students up-
to-date and involved in ASB sponsored activities . . . "Where's
Louie???" . .. "Don't forget the IGC meeting today' . .. "Hey!!! Where's
the paint?? We've got to get those banners painted" . . . making campus
news different, noticeable, and informative . . . Ding-dong-ding . ..
"Will you all please rise for the morning announcementsl. " . ..
Ombudsman's fob is to coordinate student concern to faculty and
administrators . .. "How come we can't have assemblies??? Too many
immature students?" . .. keeping within the budget and consoling the
creditors . .. "Kathi, could you please sign my request for payment
form?" . .. just keeping everything organized . .. "Where's Mr. Gywn?
... "Where's Louie?" . .. "Who's got the Activities Office key ?"
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of DSKJSJON making
Front row: M. Espinoza, P. Lon , D. Ahuero, M.
Rotcher2nd row: T. Miles, S. Igeyers, S. Efoans
3rd row: W. Bishop, Chairman B. Bishop, J. Morrell,
P. McGlamery 4th row: K. Thompson, C. Brown, L.
Molina Missing: S. Chauncey, J. Caldwell, D.
Krieger, K. Niffenegger, V. Natale.
Front row: R. Krenzin,
D. Hopps, G. Nunez,
S. Eaton, W. Coleman,
K. Foster, K. Murphy
2nd row: B. Golay,
D. Montijo, C. Lyau,
J. Mellody, C. Schuster,
S. Baghdikian, V.
Hedani 3rd row: M.
D'Anna, B. Bishop,
D. Topalin, R. Lucia,
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Selecting the Boy and Girl of the Month . ..
determining the students who excelled in
academic, athletic, and social achievement I
was the HONORS COMMISSION C12 ... responsible for
the Senior Honors Assembly . . . selection of
the Boy and Girl of the Year . .. the commis-
sion spent long hours of DECISION making in
order to promote recognition of deserving
Seniors . .. "It Happened One Night" was the
theme for this year's Homecoming . .. planned
and executed by the HOMECOMING COMMISSION
C32 . .. stars from yesteryear, old cars,
and iitterbuggers were recruited and coached
. .. organization of Spirit Week, Homecoming
Coronation and the H alftime Show were the
results of this commission's creativity . . .
sponsoring bake sales . . . painting signs and
banners to promote enthusiasm . . . the SPIRIT
AND PRIDE COMMISSION C42 and Jennifer Savoy,
Calias Sir Murgatroid2 our school MASCOT C22
kept "on the go" publicizing school activ-
ities mainly sports events . . . rallying spirit
along with the pepsters . .. members could be
seen and heard cheering at football and
basketball games . .. decorating the boys'
locker room . .. members of these commissions
helped student to remember that Barons carry
themselves "Always with Pride".
Front row: D. Ahvero, C. Lan erud, M. Parsons,
L. Molina 2nd row: L. Smith, Shapiro, B. Tylor,
L. Roork, S. Kelly 3rd row: M. Mack, M. Brown,
T. Keysella, R. Katz, S. Brown, D. Gilpin Missing:
S. Evans, P. McGlamery, M. Turnidge, D. Gilpin,
If glllbaiugh, S. Savoy, J. Guy, T. Hughes, P. Zehnder,
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Front row: D.
Patterson, L. ' 2
Einstoss, S. Kelley,
S. Lyons, R. Katz
2nd row: L. Pettit,
B. Hilman, C.
Chaunciy, L. Rustfuold,
S. rofwn, C. Lade
3rd row: P. Johnson,
L. Bekas, B. Lindow,
T. Burke, K.
Henderson, C. York
4th row: Advisers
Mr. Winters, Mr.
Parsons, Mr. Harris.
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Earnin money for the Freshman class ... the
FRESHMAIXFCOMMISSION C12 held a car wash in
October 532 ... a bake sale in January . .. and
even sponsored a sock hop in March . .. plan-
ing activities for the Fresman class was
a job well done by this commission ... plan-
in for the Sophomore class, SOPHOMORE
COMMISSION C42 encouraged students to "Come
on out and join the fun."' . .. Winter Wonder-
land at Westbrook Ice Arena brought Seniors,
Juniors, Freshmen and Sophomores together
for a night of chilly FROLICKING on the
ice 522 . .. Sophomore nights at the movies
featuring "Laurelana' Hardy ' . .. an Ice Cream
Social . .. and most important . ., choosing the
60 design for the Class of 76 ring.
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Front row: Adviser Mr. Bovberg, K. Simon, L. McNair, K. Scott, M. Gilbert 2nd
row: P. Brown, S. Lund, Secretary S. Meyers, D. Saltman, C. Clark 3rd rofw: L.
Butorac, P. Zeigner, P. Farenick, C. Wachtel, B. Nolde, L. Cupp 4th row: Co-
Chairman, M. Osborne, P. Limberg, C. Erickson, M. Hatalski, B. Poiser, C, Se mour
Mishng: S. Cummings, Chairman J. MorrelL T. Nelson, Secretary V. Pitts, lNZSat0.
DKEAMJNG up activities were ,7ll,N.70K and 55,N.70 60J4.MJ.S'bI7U!V.b'
"Earn money!" was the motto for JUNIOR COMMISSION KSJ
throughout the year they earned money in order to
host the Junior-Senior prom at the Newporter Inn . . .
sponsored the Allons dance in September . . . sold con-
cessions at a football game . .. Valentine's Day they sold
long stem roses to be delivered to the classrooms C72
. .. flower plaques were peddled to help both the com-
mission and Junior Achievement . .. Class of 75 promised
a spectacular prom for both the Seniors and the ded-
icated Juniors who worked so hard to plan and inance
5 it . .. H74 is Class" and SENIOR COMMIS ION C61 proved
' ' it . .. with carnation sales at Christmas . . . the Rock
Fantasia Concert . .. and sponsoring the Sadie Hawkins
Dance . . . the Seniors added some new traditions to an
oldtime favorite . .. members planned the graduation
ceremony and honors assembly . .. DREAMING up activities
2 avg? pranks to make their Senior year a fun and memor-
a e one.
Front row: S.
Zaplpetelli, J. Kubota,
C. yau, Chairman P.
G. Nunez, T. Beller,
K. Murphy, R. Krenzin,
K. F oster, S. Eaton,
D. McIntosh 2nd row:
S. Chauncey, D. Aheuro,
J. SchendeL K. Pulask y,
K. Niffeneglger, M.
Mobley, P. elton,
K. Tully, S. Evans,
V. Meyers, C. Brown,
Treasurer R. Lucia,
S. Berner, P. McGlarnery,
M. Turnidge 3rd row:
E. Matsushita, J.
Philbin, R. Richards,
B. Golay, K. Hamamoto,
1, A. Matsumoto, C. Burton,
fi L. Griffith, B. Bishop,
W. Bouwens, K. Carrozzo,
7 K. Nolan 4th row:J.
Richmond, J. Guy, J.
Norling, J. Caldwell,
M. Tracey, L. Flesher,
Co-Chairman C. Siollema,
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Front row: K. Hefley, W. Coleman, P. Sabin, N. Eglett,
2nd row: R. Morris, R. Woodruff, D. Brown, J. Christ,
L. Fagergren 3rd row: K. Niffenegger, G. Bates, W. Dooley,
Varsity yell' Headers '90 ii!"
Led by Captain Cecile Theriault, this year's VARSITY YELL
LEADERS I6j brought smiling faces and spirited yells and chants
to Baron football and basketball games C1 1 J . . . "Go Barons, fight
Barons, do it, DO IT, all right, all right, GO!!!" . . . Yell Leaders
Nancy Hoskins KZJ, Cecile Theriault 532, Wendy Coleman Kell, Debi
Beebe CSJ, Marlene Strauss C7j, Wendy Dooley 682, Shelley Bos-
well f9j and Cathy Marino K1 OJ, led cheers on the busses to away
games . .. performed in competition and attended camp at Santa
Barbara to bring spirit and pride to F VHS . .. and spent count-
less hours decorating the locker room and boosting the spirit
of the teams . . . practicing in front of the cafeteria windows
. . . and planning many ofthe funny skits for assemblies to
rally the enthusiasm and spirit of the Baron masses C1 J .
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VARSITY SONG LEADERS 162 danced their way into the hearts of
F VHS 's most devoted football and basketball fans . . . performing first
for the Blue-n-Gold Game crowd, the song leaders Karen Hirschman
C12, Rhonda Galloro I22, Lorraine Lucostic K32, AdriC1yne C52,
Linda Biggers C92, Jody Olson K82, Linda Walker C102, and Tara
M cLendon were excited, but 'very scared . . . their first experiences as
song leaders showed their talent and sparkling EN TH USIASM, but
was accompanied by 'very sore muscles . . . between practice, a little prac-
tice, and sometimes a little more practice, the irls painted signs 172 and
sold pep ribbons to help pay for their unignrms . . . "Mrs. Ammann, I
can't sell all my pep ribbons!" . .. dedicating a song to the football
team, Song joined Varsity and J V Yell singing "Hey look 'em over:
don't they look grand ? They play the finest football in the land!!" I 4 2
. . . showing their spirit and pride . . . encouraging the students to show
their enthusiasm and inspiring our teams on to victory.
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Representing Fountain Valley at the F rosh Interscholastic
football fame . .. riding busses to away games and practicing
at 6:00 M without mirrors, was all part of this year's
JV YELL LEADERS C61 activities . . . at those hot Saturday
morning J V football games, Yell Leaders, Robyn Richards C 2 Q
Betsy Case C3 Q, Laura Christensen C 5 J, Captain Paula Lewis
C9f, Kathy Tully C1 02, and Kathy Hall C7f, burst with
spirit and boiled with the heat . .. "when do we get our
'beloved' basketball uniforms?" . .. during the season the J V's
work was never done . .. with cookie baking, practicing,
cheering, and sign painting, their days and nights were
almost filled . .. at camp, this squad receifved one of the
two superior ratings for a J V Squad . .. seen supporting
teams at basketball C 4 Q as well as football games and
assemblies C89 the JV squad's "Fee fi fo fum, we'fue got
SOUL now you get some", brought smiles and life into the
onlooking crowd . . . symbols of a squad who know how to
arouse spirit and pride for their team and their school.
Position 1 -Front row: R. Dennis, T.
Powers, .l. Revoir, L. Lukaszewicz.
Position 4-Front row: L. Weedn, D.
Smith, S. Hofbauer, E. Carroll2nd
row: R. Varney, S. Plum, S. Carroll,
C. Cardinal. Position 5-Front row: J.
Trabold, R. Woodruff, S. Trabold, K.
Nash, T. Kuba Znd row: N. Ogino, K.
Thompson, L. Peif, D. Paulk.
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Position 6-Front row: S. Trabold, K. Nash,
J. Trabold, K. Thompson, L. Kelsh, S. Meyers
A. Harney, M. Tuffordl P
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Recording scores keeping times marking
plays and generally working hard was typical
of this year's STA TS . .. the girls were 'volun-
teers to help the coaches with the updating
of statistics for the athletic teams . .. many
of the girls worked abofoe and beyond the "call
of duty" . . . baking cookes, mending water polo
caps and cheering for the teams when they
needed it most . .. for the Frosh-Soph Football
UQ ...Swim and WaterPolo CZJ ... Tennis f3j ...
Baseball C42 ... Track and Cross Country C52 ...
and Basketball Stats K6J along with the Bench-
warmers, dedication was their motto . .. spending
lolrhg hours after school attending each game
a keeping the RECORDS straight.
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Position 2-Front row: D.
Carnahan, A. Harney, J.
T. Gourley, L. Molina 3rd
row: F. Hu hes, L. Kelsh, J.
Davidson, Lefualley, S.
Pletz Missing: J. Da-vidson,
L. Edwards. Position 3-Fron
L. Whitney, L. Strickland, D.
Capper, L. Toutant, P.
Marrone, M. Caa'vin, M.
Cunningham 2nd row: J.
Slpradlin, P. Singer, G.
ychel, C. Carson, M.
G. Griswold, Ni'Seda, M.
Garcia, D. De Noia, K.
Hopkins, D. Pagano.
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Sheridan, L. Parish 2nd row:
C. Fate, L. Kelsh, K. Wollman,
row: D. Ahuero, L. Molina, S.
E-vans. Position 7-Front row:
Guirrez D Me ers 3rd row:
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There's nothing like being kidnapped in pajamas and
taken down to the HB pier to yell at the surfers and
do a routine for them . . . but that's to be expected of a
group of closely knit, spirited girls . . . performing fvar-
ious military and jazz routines . .. such as the football
routine for one of the assemblies C72 . . . "Hurry up efuery-
body, you'1Je got ten seconds to turn into football studs"
. .. this year's DRILL TEAM C92 marched out during halftime
shows C52 and assemblies after long hours of practice
. .. "1 -2-3-4-5-6- 7-8, do it again" . .. led by their talented
captains C62 . .. the girls dazzled the football crowds
with FANCY FOOTWORK and bright costumes for the Edison
halftime show and assembly C32 . .. for the Homecoming
game the girls divided into four sections representing
the four different eras of dance from bop-do-ahs C22 to
coo-coo-ka-choos C82 . .. Christmas time brought the Disneyland
Parade C122 along with the honor, excitement and anticipation
of being in a parade . . . the hopes and prayers of a team
trying for first place C 4 2.
Position 6 Front row: Ca tains P. Larr,
K. Carrozzo 2nd row: Y. Farrell,
' M. Oulette Position 9 Front row: D.
Griffith, C. York, C. Fendrych, J.
Black, K. Carrozzo, P. Larr, Y.
Farrell, M. Oulette, D. Madrid, C.
Toledo, K. Lankford, C. Decker
' 2nd row: S. Harlan, D. Licari, J.
V , Maeda, S. Anderson, C. Coopman, R.
Fox, K. Scott, K. Storum, S. Kneer,
K. Murphy, C. Mitchell 3rd row:
K. Puchalski, N. Eglett, G. Moore,
L. Suga, T. O'Connor, M. McAdoo, D.
Parry, C. Burbank, T. Thomas, B.
Lacey, D. Sinclair 4th row: K. Nolan,
D. N oguchi, Adviser, J. Craven, K.
Lankford, D. Boswell, T. Elliot, J.
Leifheit, C. Folston, C. Brofwn, J.
Hefner Sth row: M. Eggert, L. Sal-
cado, S. Hardy, B. Bishop, D. Bro-wn,
L. Soltis, L. Fagergren, M. Tuckley,
W. Thomas, P. Gould.
Front row: Ron Morris, Drum
Major: Donna Frantz, Maioretteg
Jeff Burton, Drum Major. 2nd
row: Banner Squad, Co-captain,
Renee Staggs, Captain: Karen
McNair 3rd row: M. Maxwell,
B. Lon fellow, D. Tooley, M.
Hoeffler, CgLange, D. Puchalski,
S. Fry, C. Prado 4th row: D.
Hauber, T. Beller, K. Herte, D.
Ubaldini, R. Boies, D. McLain,
D. Cooper, D. Sirik.
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Position 6 - Front row: K.
Henderson, R. Youmans, R.
Torr, R. Halfuorson, C. Kenyon
Znd row: J. Testrake, W. Maines,
R. Bartin, B. Mahoney, P. Turner
3rd row: K. Reiner, R. Whipple,
T. Thiemann, K. Bugos, D.
McNair 4th row: T. Jackson, G.
Carlson, M. Perkins, J. Kalb. P.
Lipot, K. Hightower, C. Demel,
M. Osborne. Position 8 - Front
row: C. Erickson, C. Cardinal,
L. Carroll, L. Sinclair, A. Pitch-
fork, L. Carpenter, M. Newman,
V. Colgren, L. Schlafer 2nd row:
J. Bunney, J. Swanson, T. Har-
mon, C. Nipper, C. Licudine, L.
Mosher, L. Barney, S. Easton, F.
Strothers 3rd row: C. Lagese, J.
Parsons, N. Renes, M. Wedlock,
J. Matozuski, B. Lindow, C.
Childress, B. Budding. C. Merr-
ick -ith rotr: D. Clark, S. Garcia,
R. Varney, C. Whigple, V. Wilson.
P. Ne-zcnian, K. mith, S. Olson,
D. Gardiner 5th row: K. Baker.
S. Shoemaker, J. Christ, L. Edj
zcards, J. Bailey, N. Kazorozcski,
M. Sonoda, C. Lan Gerud. M.
Position 7 - Front row: B
Mosher, D. Hand, C. Weiss,
L. Kelly, J. Lipot, P.
Reidends, S. Mel-vin, R.
Lopez, G. Legus 2nd row
J. Compton, E. De Cou,
G. Williams, E. Tanis, D.
Landsberxg, R. Clark, D.
Boutelle, . Lessley,
3rd row: C. Hughes, K.
Dean, C. Hunsaker, R.
Younkin, A. Tanis, T. Venzke,
F. Doscher 4th row: D.
Keck, D. F oust, S. Weaver,
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With trophies and many high placings at 'various
parades and competitions . .. the MARCHING BAND
brought ample recognition and honor to F VHS . ..
the practices up and down the school parking
lot "I attract them like flies" C92 appear-
ing on T. V. for the Huntington Park parade . ..
"Slow down people! Let's not all jump off the
bus at the same time!" . . . "Just a minute buddy,
Igo first, unless you want to WEAR my tuba!"
. , . with the Edison halftime show came compli-
ments for a terrific show . .. the star formation
at O.K. Corral C22 . .. assemblies gifve band another-
er chance to show their talent and INEXHA USTIBLE
spirit . . . while the Drum Majors C32 led the band
witha " . .. Barons, fight-fight-fight with all
your might!" . .. the Barons cheered in tune with
the band . . . Banner squad members rally spirit
from the sidelines at assemblies C42 . .. and both
the Drum Majors and the Banner Squad C12 make
a colorful sight at the head of the band . .. try-
ing for new uniforms next year . . . cries of "Win
a atsun truck!" . .. "Buy a raffle ticket!" ...
filled the air as band and boosters try to earn
money for the uniforms . .. talent and determina-
tion will triumph for the spirited FVHS March-
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Front row: P. Lipot,
K. Reiner, F. Hill,
K. Hightower, D.
McNair 2nd row: L.
Redding, T. Hunt, C.
Hughes, K. Dean, J.
Burton, D. Younkin
3rd row: C. Weiss,
L. Kelly, J. Lipot,
G. Le us, D. Hand,
E. 'Igmis 4th row:
C. Kenyon, R. Hal'vor-
sen, S. Corday, K.
55,465 HAND, 6ll.7ZL4l6 and
OHKHSSZIQ4 prmfidc entertainment
Performing at home basketball games, a Spring Concert, and doing a
superior job at the O.C.C. Jazz Festival was this year's STAGE BAND
K1 and 6J ... "1,2,1,2,3,4 HIT IT!" . .. ragtime piano, trumpets,
trombones, flutes, saxophones, tuba, drums, and electric guitar combine
to play "straight ahead" music, ranging from "Jesus Christ Superstar"
to "Chicago" . .. but on the other side of the coin . .. strings, winds, and
percussion of the ORCHESTRA C4j blend together to provide
entertainment for the student body and the community C 3 Q . ..
performing at Christmas and Spring Concerts . .. "Miz Clowah C22 . ..
do we HA VE to wear our black dresses?" . .. Beethoven lives" . .. in
sponsored housing for Helix High School Orchestra for a weekend of
FUN and music . . . other accomplishments will include performing the
entire musical score for the spring play, "The Sound Of Music" . ..
"Let's play Aggravation!" . .. "not Carolli again?" . .. was the cry from
a new type of G UI TAR class . . . performances were given at
restaurants such as F ranqois' . . . with top guitarists playing for
convalescent homes . . . playing selections varying from classical music
to rock'n'roll . . . proving a new idea tried and true.
Front row: J. Renes, S. Easton, A. Shultz,
G. Ferrara, S. Peck, K. Chase, C. Budd-
ingh 2nd row: M. Olson, B. Howard,
R. Billitere, K. Langhammer, M. Ashley,
C. Post, J. Crawford, L. Meierl 3rd
row: K. Scott, V. Suga, C. Erickson,
C. Decker, J. Lynn, E. Beausani, G.
Bishop, L. Hlavin, P. Matsuda, . Car-
penter, S. Williams, F. Strothers,
F. Nielsley, E. Katz, M. Perkins, S.
Hayase 4th row: J. Clower, M. Osborne,
G. Quiniano, V. Fischer, S. Cope, M.
Carl, S. Elrod, K. Henderson, L. Schlafer,
J. Bailey, D. McNair, J. Christ
Sth row: R. Halvorson, R. Mahoney, J.
Burton, J. Compton, J. Bergman, E. De Cou,
13. Hand, D. Landsberg, K. Dean, J. Mc-
Front row: C. Menzes, K. Leeds, C. McCamment, L. Strother 2nd row: B. Payne, G.
F enchak, B. Vasquez, M. Carl, D. Carter 3rd row: B. Moore, K. Charlton, D. S hakarian,
M. Torr, L. Misel, S. Corday 4th row:J. Burton, K. Downing, T. Stromberg, B. Cowper.
Front rms: H. Pinkerton, M. Stevens 2nd row: J. Lvynn, W. Ketts 3rd roar:
P. Pedersen, L. Belzas, C. Williamson t ot shozcn: B. Douglas.
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Eight talented vocalists, TROUBADOURS C11 performed many
'well known MELODIES ... "Oh cruntz, let's try it again" . ..
using Sou th Pacific as a theme ... "I'm as corny as Kansas
in August" . . . they created choreographed routines for en-
gagements at the Fountain Valley Community Center . .. and
Shootin' the Breeze . .. "Mr, Moore, do we have to swing our
hips and be sexy?!" . .. In long angelic robes the A CAPPELLA
CHOIR 641 harmonized: "Lay, lee, la, lo lu-ug may, mee,
ma, mo, mu-u" . .. they performed at the Spring and Christmas
concerts along with GIRLS'GLEE C61 and MALE CHORUS 691 ...
Mr. Moore C71 directed ... "Bright vowel sounds!" . .. "Ah, not
uhh!" . .. to the piano accompaniment of Mrs. Frietag 531 ...
CHOIR CL UB 151 brought A cappella's members together for
weekend house painting parties . .. Christmas caroling at
Knott's Berry Farm . .. and Easter performances at convales-
Front row: B. Tyler,
C. Olson, D. Fraser,
H. Lacey, D. Erwin,
J. Quinn, S. Emerson,
Znd row: S. Kelley,
D. Hill, B. Schaack,
M. Stevens, A. Har-
ney, M. Watson, R.
Bersticker, S. Easton
3rd row: C. John-
son, T. Price, D.
Salrman, M. Carl,
R. Shapiro, L.
Roork, C. Teeples,
H. Choe 4th row: T.
Wagner, I. Carmen,
R. Lybarger, P.
Cox, N. Katz, P.
Kanna, D. Weikart,
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Front roms: P. Lipot, R. Wall, M. Paul, E. Brotman, M. Lucia, President R.
Reid, S. Nakaio, J. Zmuda, B. Nolde 2nd row: L. Kelly, S. Sitler, J. Lipot.
J. Caldwell, M. Howuld, T. Nolde, R. Gubernick, G. Bates, Club Sweethearts
B foluyand K Niffene er J N l'
. 1 . gg , . or mg, J. Wilson, J. Schendel, D. Matsuo
3rd roar: L. P r' h S.Chu ' ' '
u 15 , unceg, C. Hughes, M. Dooley, D. Carter, M. ifugfofd,
helping hands of 1681! 651113 aid Project KONZSKN
Certainly KEY CL UB C41 is one of the most active and visible orlganizations on campus
. .. sponsoring the Harlem Clowns . .. a Canned Food Drive at C ristmas . .. and
supporting the March of Dimes . .. as well as playing big brothers to kids at the Rams-
Dallas game and Disneyland . .. sometimes the service group 's helping hands took them
as far as Tijuana, Mexico ... where the guys put in a new hospital sidewalk C32 C21 ..,
and painted school basketball backboards as part of Project CONCERN . .. yet there was
time for some rowdier fun C62 . .. back home, they hosted an interclub meeting C52 . .. a
et together for all the clubs to discuss ideas and activities . . . and took time out to pose
for "a picture ofthe gang" C12 . . . to highlight the year, Disneyland presented them with
its Community Service Award . .. a cash prize of 81 000 and a plaque honoring them as the
Best Youth Group in Orange County . . . the money will be used to help pay everyone's
way to the Convention this April at San Diego.
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Front rofw: Historian Cindy Rofer, Recording
Secretary Dorothy Krieger, Sergeant at Arms
Terri Beller, Treasurer Sue Berner 2nd row:
Vice President Marla Tufford, Corresponding
Secretary Sande Gray, President Karen Boutelle.
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Need 90,000 cookies for a Walk-a-thon? . .. volunteers to give some "tender
loving care" to HANDICAPPED children for a day at Lion Country Safari? . .. or
do you simply want extra help ata school function? . .. then call on KEYETTES
C62 . .. led by President Karen Boutelle - and a fine group of officers C42 . .. the
girls delivered H ome-
coming mums C12 C32
and sold Valentine's
suckers C52 ... the offi-
cial club scrapbook C22 -
details more of their acti-
vities . .. the size and
scope of which will
grow with an increased
membership of 45.
Front ro-ws J. Handelsman, J. Woo, S. Hayase, G. Nunez, V. White, P. Long,
D. Matsuo, J. Kato, L. Sternaman 2nd row: S. Berner, S. Plum, M. Lennertz,
C. Siollema, C. Burton, C. Rofer, D. Allen, V. Suga, M. Tierney 3rd row:
T. Beller, T. Ta lor, S. Evans, S. Gray, L. Griffith, N. Thompson,
K. Boutelle, M. Tufford, L. Flesher.
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With an enthusiastic 1 6 member board, this year's GIRLS' LEAGUE C51
worked hard to provide fun activities for its 150 active members . ..
the Big and Little Sister Picnic 541 was the first major activity of
the year . .. a day of jello eating contests ... water balloon fights ...
and hyman pyramid building!! 161 . .. Nighty Nite proved to be a success
with its PILLOWfights U1 ... relay races KZ1 ... and scary movies...
Spirit Week brought the sales of "Do It."' Buttons C81, rollerskating
balloon .salesmen C71 and pompons . .. in March, Girls'League presented
their First Annual Spring Formal at the beautiful Abram's Town and
Country Club . .. the Mother-Daughter Tea, featuring a fashion show,
brought girls and their mothers together for a night of entertainment
. .. ending a fun-filled year of activities "just for girls".
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Front row: Secre-
tar K. Hefley,
C. essley, Treas-
urer J. Morrell,
A. RauDD, S. Harlan,
M. Rotcher 2nd row:
Adviser J. McClatchey
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3 Stiff X. Alf, P. McGlamery, V.
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fer foreign students
With the purpose of promoting inter-
national friendship ... the INTERNATIONAL
CLUB L31 is involved in many programs
sponsoring foreign exchange students
. .. the club offers FVHS students the
opportunity to learn about the history,
language, music and customs of other
countries . .. and how America appears
to our exchange students C12 . .. "Did you
know that there ae 30 foreign students
on campus?" . .. during International Week
the exchange students spoke about their
native countries . .. performed songs and
dances of their lands . .. and wore exam-
ples of international dress activ-
ities ofthe club included selling
I programs at football games and serving
Austrian and German refreshments at
the spring musical . .. members of this
club help our foreign students adjust
to a new atmosphere, make new friends,
and provide a warm WELCOME to students
from other countries.
Front row: Rosa Hernandez, Colleen Siollema,
Heine Mukipeska 2nd row: Rocio Andrade, Eloisa
Barros, Annu Maria Solares, Annabella Felce.
Front row: Treasurer D.
Hollis, President C. Siollema,
Vice President F. Strother
Znd row: E. Hamamoto, B.
Case, K. Smith, W. Bowens,
D. Callahan, K. Leathers,
M, Hoefler 3rd row: L.
Harper, P. Sherman, D.
Brass, S. Apple, D. Olson,
J. Woo, L. Srrother, E.
Matsushita 4th row: R.
McArthur, P. Robertson. V.
Glisson, N. Howard, L.
Kelsh, Mrs. Buhman, P.
Olsen, F. McArthur.
FEDERA TION f4j
Z aid others.
Front row: G. Metzer, M. Jensen, M. Zita, T. Mafill, .I. Lloyd, T. Leeman, M. Osborn, P. Morris, G. Scott, S. Napp, R. Senzig, D.
Carnahan, P. Kramer 2nd row: S. Sadakane, P. ong, D. Matsuo, L. Lefvia, L. Redding, L. Larson, S. Meifu, K. Yasuoka, J. Shepherd, L.
Ashley, L. Sinclair, L. Carpenter, T. Chow, D. Carnahan, J. Spitzer, Ferrara, J. Bailey, R. Brasier, P. Hlafvin, L. Cupp, G. Stinnett 3rd
row: D. Matsuo, R. Czarnetski, C. Dorman, M. Beach, S. Miller, K. Pitts, M. Lucia, S. Meyers, P. Zeigner, J. Schendel, K. Lewis, C.
Pinkus, R. Reid, D. Brown, C. Shultz,-C. Decker, P. McCollam, L. Butorac 4th row:M. McCann, Secretary C. Burton, C. Brown, P.
McGlamery, P. Welton, C. Bent, K. Ntfvfenegier, Treasurer L. Clancy, K. Boutelle, G. Bates, P. Brooks, Vice President K. Baker,
President K. Tully, M. O'Connell, P. Fisher, . Cooley, S. Halyase, J, Woo 5th row: J. Caldwell, D. Pyle, J. Herdrich, E. Herdrich, M.
Turnidge, L. Parish, P. Horton, L. Barany, M. Syollema, K. E gan, J. Vreeland.
"B-B-B-R-U I-I-I-N-S B-
I-N-S . . . Bruins!!" . .. chanted the crowd
at the UCLA-Berkeley game in the
Coliseum . .. part of UCLA Day sponsored
by CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP
. .. in addition to the free football
game, CSF students were allowed the
run of the campus . . . to get a taste
of college life . .. back at Fountain
Valley, the group of about 1 50 at
tempted to set up an infomation
center in one of the kiosks . .. event
ually it is to include information
on SCHOLARSHIPS . .. aptitude tests
and colleges C21 ... plans to run a
tutorial serfvice will make better use
of the talent possessed by CSF to
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Front row: A. Matsumoto, K. Fockler,
L. Roork, Vice President K. Elgan,
M. Case, N. Abell2nd row: D.
Mclntosh, M. Lennertz, L. Schuller.
D. Brass, N. Howard, B. Thomas, D.
HilL C. Clark 3rd rofw: Adviser
Mrs. Esty, C. Cardinal, D. Wilhom,
President W. Coleman, K. Bailey,
.l. Grilz, R. Shapiro, Secretary
E. Matsushita, B. Case Missing:
Treasurer D. Clayton, T. Nelson.
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One of the busiest clubs on campus ...
the SPANISH CL UB 612 sold cotton
candy to earn money during Spirit
Week . .. Irfzsine Park was the site of
the Spanish Club "get acquainted"
picnic . .. featuring horseback riding
and alot of fun ... the club went to
Disneyland in March ... while
planning for a trip to Ensenada,
Mexico ... exploring the CULTURE,
people, customs, and food of France
rather than just the language is the
FRENCH GUILD 1.32 ...sponsor-
ing bake sales of appetizing French
pastries . .. dining on delicious French
cuisine . .. the club attended mo-ries
at Newport Harbor High School,
testing their French lcrzozsledge iaith
the help of English mb-titles . .. both
clubs -Lcorheil hard organizing artifi-
tius and oppormrtities for irznfresrmi
S6 lfrefzcllui1ilSp41rzisl: sm4!.af1rs.
Front row: Adviser Miss Morris, President
T. Taylor, M. Turnidge, C. Lessley, D. Mclntosh,
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in language sk ills
Practicing their Latin to
the curiosity of spectators
. .. and planning many activ-
ities this year was the LATIN
GUILD KZJ ... members attended a
Christmas party at the home
of their adviser, Mr. Bierne
. .. went to Busch Gardens and
Knott's Berry Farm in March
... with the motto of "he who
does not AD VANCE falls be-
hind," the Latin Guild offer-
ed Latin students a chance
to become better acquainted
with the language and their
fellow students . . . with advis-
ers Mr. Hoist and Mr. Reinhardt,
the GERMAN GUILD saw
slide shows of Germany's
October fests . . . planned trips
to Irvine Park and Disneyland
. .. and baffled each other
while speaking their German
outside the classroom.
Front row: S. Berner,
M. Cappocia, B. Butler,
S. Evans, J. Kamisato
2nd row: D. Lambertson,
J. Philbin, J. Schendel,
G. Baxter, G. Pulford,
D. Bush 3rd row:
Adviser Mr. Beirne,
Secretary P. Welton,
Treasurer P. M cG lamery,
President R. Lucia,
Front row: Adviser
Mr. Reinhardt, D.
Hauber, L. Wisdom,
E. Decou, R. Morris,
B. Thomas, Mr. Hoist
2nd row: S. Atkinson,
L. Millar, D. Brehm,
C. Brown, J. Vreeland,
B. Bishop 3rd row:
P. Morris, B. Lindsay,
D. Hoeffler, President
M. Hoeffler, S. Olson,
L. Harold, J. Philbin.
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While practicing for tournaments held every week
on Fridays and Saturdays, from October to mid-
May ... the SPEECH CLUB L31 started thinking of room
124 as their "home away from home" . .. but all the
hard work paid off because F V's Speech team has
been rated first or second in each speech tourna-
ment with judging in 8 different categories . ..
the debate team 's CU topic for this year was
Guaranteed Annual Income . .. with students research-
ing the subject since June of last year and com-
piling over 3,000 information cards C62 . .. Mrs.
Swickard 621, the Speech adviser, spent many long
hours working above and beyond the call of duty,
helping students with speeches and information . ..
perhaps this is the reason the F V Speech team is
sending several students to the State Tournament
in Fresno KSJ ... and then on to Nationals ... with
topics ranging from streakers to flying saucers
. .. and never content with 2nd place . .. this year's
Speech team brought RECOGNITION and honor to the
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Front row: T. Adams, B. Ebli, J. Martin, D.
Fisher, M. Mobley, B. Watts, R. Brasier, P.
Oxhorn, C. Jackson, M. Monroe 2nd row: C.
Small, S. MacNamara, D. Lambertson, G. Jones,
T. Langdon, D. Pagano, L. Howell, P. Johnson,
J. Goldman, V. Fischer, A. Mauchline, J. Guy,
J. Woo, M. Tubbiola 3rd row: L. Schmahl, M.
Smith, M. Anderson, W. Manes, N. Westfall, L.
Martin, P. Farenick, S. Shoemaker, M. Stone,
B. Farber, M. Howald, P. Harlan, M. Pond, M.
Connally, S. Hurt, Mrs. S. Swickard 4th row:
B. Legge, M. Tubbiola, H. Kaiser, R. Senzig,
J. Morrison, T. Humphrey, J. Lovett, D. Peter-
son, M. Veine, J. Nolde. M. Nitikrnan, E.
Above-Front row: Third Vice President R. Brasier,
Treasurer P. Oxhorn, Secretary M. Tubbiola 2nd rofw
Presidential assistant D. Simons 3rd row: Adviser
Mrs. S. Swickard, Second Vice President B. Watts,
First Vice President M. Veine, President M. Connolly,
Co-Adviser Mrs. S. Frankland.
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members of H0 WLTJNG and SHI? 5' KL' HI5'
test their ,4l6'l7L'.7Z'l!
XJ sf' Meeting on efvery Monday afternoon . . . competing against each other for the best scores . . .
, ' the BOWLING CL UB C1 1 used the Huntington Lanes to practice their bowling skills and get
A together with other FVHS bowlers . . . divided into 2 separate leagues, the club boasted sev-
eral "200" bowlers in each league . . . with Mrs. Heese as adviser, this club spent many fun
X and rewarding hours "doing their thing" and bowling to their hearts' content . . . giving the A
ef -f FVHS surfers a chance to compete with other schools and test their surfing ABILI Y . . . the
,Q ,YJ S U RF CL UB C31 met on efoery other Thursday and surfed on alternate Saturdays . .. with a team
, J N J of 12 surfers and 2 knee-riders, the club met with other schools in the district and xer-
T , formed at their best to profoe that the great surfing at FVHS can't be matc ed.
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fif. ingston, M. Petters, M.f if
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L' Chase, D. Pierson.
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Raising funds and ethusiasm to support and promote
aquatic sports on campus . .. the AQUATICS CL UB
C41 sponsored a car wash, ecology drifve, and summer
HTREAD-A-THON" in order to earn money for the
club . .. sefveral swimmers from the FVHS Aquatics
Club spent ofuer 23 hours treading water in the
pool . . . breaking the worldlrecord and earning
money from the pledges taken at the same time . . .
members of this club are exposed to efoery kind
of water sport IZJ . .. including water skiing, scuba
difuing, surfing, skin difoing, water polo, and of course,
swimming and difving . .. activities included a
beach party in September and snow trip to Wright-
wood in January.
Front row: W. Houge, B. Pull, S. Pletz, M. Kelly, G. Scott, D. Pqoler
2nd row: D. Carnahan, President L. Parish, G. Block, P. McCarthy,
M. Le Valley, L. Parish, P. Wechsler 3rd row: D. Roswell, T.
Gourley, D. Rufer, L. Kelsh, N. McAdams, L. Edwards, J. Pagett, C.
Fate, J. Da-vidson 4th row: H. Furlong, Secretary!Treasurer J.
Davidson, D. Trux, K. Chaney, S. Kolitz, T. Leeds, J. McGinnis, M.
Braman, A. Miller, Mr. Bray Missing: Vice President J. Davidson,
D. Albert, D. Butterfield, D. Crowell, J. Ewing, J. Hicks, A. House,
S. Krinkle, D. Luttrell, J. Maynard, K. Niffenegger, W. Preston, S.
Sutherland, D. Williams.
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Encouraging girls to compete and PAR TI-
CIPA TE in track ... the GIRLS' TRACK CL UB
512 offered interested girls the chance
to compete with other schools in the a-
reas of relay, long jump, shotput, sprints,
and other track associated sports . .. the
club attended 12 meets this year . .. at
the Valley Invitational in March, the club
placed 4th overall and Kathy Anno took
1 st place in both the 440 relay and 1
mile . .. instead of moping around thinking
I'd rather be skiing!!" . .. this year's
SKI CLUB C52 members trafveled to Park
City, Utah during Christmas vacation . ..
staying in their own hotel though they
weren't often there, the club members
practiced their skiing-and tried some
new techniques in the great skiing
conditions . .. back at school, the ski
club met on Monday nights to see ski
films, make plans, and learn about
new equipment . .. the month of April took
the skiers to Squaw Valley for a week
of fun during Easter 'uaca tion . .. ending
the year for this snow loving club.
Front row: L. Williams, S. Gomez, D. Boutelle. D.
Trux, M. Karoll, P. Wechsler, J. Jurisch Znd row:
K. Yamada, M. Powers, T. Rustvold, T. Hughes, B.
Christensen, J. Meyers, N. Jurisch 3rd row: L.
Ridsdale, W. Roberts, R. Trondsen, K. Wehner, S.
Martin, C. Jones, B. Cowen, R. Klaarenbeek,
Adfviser Mr. Spencer.
Fffmf TOUQI N- Ogif'l0, L- Gdfdlllq, T. Acostll, K. Anno 2nd row: K. Nash, S. Kelly
T. Jeffries, B. Flake, D. D. Bischoff 3rd row: S. Trabold, S. Kennedy, S. Lund
K. Marino, T. Bergeson, Ms. Goerke Missing: K. Varney, D. Hairabedian
Front row: D. Von Hatten, M. Schwartz, B. Crocker, C. Paul, S. Hirshman, J. Lund
Znd row' Adviser T. Landis, D. Brehrn, M. McKenzie, W. Gilbert, M. Ehrnan, D. Chu,
C. Corriiveau 3rd row: J. Turner, B. Musser, B. Hamilton, J. Mioff, J. Muir, B. Payne,
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Learning and practicing backpacking
skills was this year's B CKPACKING
CLUB 122 . .. adivised by Mr. Landis, the
club made a 2 day trip into the
San Gabriel Mountains . . . learned
techniques and gained experience
while backpacking . .. plans are to
hold SEMINARS for interested stu-
dents on types of equipment, food,
and first aid when backpacking.
Front row: S. 'I
Kelley, K. Sereno,
J. Shure, B. Gillette,
S. Brown, D. Noble
2nd row: K. Wain-
scott, E. Sewell,
D. Whitcomb, M.
Paul, Vice Pres-
ident S. Pemberton,
M. Leeds, M. Adems,
M. Hutalshi, Pres-
ident E. Anderson,
J. Wilson, Adviser
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Learning about different types of
Media and havin fun this
year's MEDIA CLUi KU helped
members to EXPRESS their creativity
through movies, slides, posters and
various other media . .. writing scripts
and performing them . .. making
films with sound . .. planning for
documentary on Old Huntington
Beach. .. members of the club gained
valuable experience with many types
of equipment and worked with others
in the school and community on media
oriented projects . .. led by President
Shari Searcy ... the DRAMA CLUB
C32 sponsored lunch time entertain-
ment in the theater-in-the-round . ..
comprised of different scenes and
Iperformances each day . .. "Ham on
ye" presented any student that was
willing to perform ... members of
the Drama Club organized each day's
performance and many of them were
seen "humming itup" too activities
of the club include attending the per-
formance of "Carousel" bythe Long
Beach Light Opera . .. presenting ll
play to the grade schoois in the
Fountain Valley area and planning
a trip to see "Taming of the Slzrezsd.
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Front rox: C. Bent, P. Welton, C. Wachtel, C.
In Jlorubito, J. Morrison, D. Pagano 2nd row: S.
Searcy, L. Cupp. .'N. Broxer, T. Moore, M. Espin-
oza .Zrd rocz: T Zampell, G. Martin, D. Saltman
J. immfm. cw. mmm, sf. w'ef110ck,P. Kettsi
A small group of approximately 5 members the SCIENCE FICTION GUIDE 121 enables
students who enyoy science fiction to get together and discuss popular science fiction novels and movies
activities included trips to see popular science fiction movies such as "Sleeper",
Soylent Green and West World plans are to sponsor a science fiction movie
night in the future Spanish, Korean, Japanese and English . .. students learn each
others languages and teach their own in the BILINGUAL CL UB C 4 2 . .. the "Buddy system",
with one English and one foreign language speaking student, makes it easier for
students to learn a new language in a different way sponsoring activities such as
a car wash and a newspaper drive members enyoyed trips to Padua Hills to the Mexican dances and to
Olivera Street President Herman Godoy and adviser Mrs. Barkelew
lead the club of over 50 members and ENJOY while learning.
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themselves While learning
Position 2-Front row: E. Sewell, P. Black
2nd row: L. Rustvold, A. Knight, B. Hilman
3rd row: President M. Nitikman, S. Tymon,
J. Johnson, S. Muegge, P. Fisher Position
4-Front row: T. Gromme, C. Tae II, T. Leddy,
D. Crowther, R. Robles 2nd row: F. Aguilera,
M. Duarte, P. Rowlands, M. Mendoza, J. Garcia,
C. Calvillo, C. Aguirre, L. Quintero, C. Cox,
D. Ham 3rd row: J. Ochoa, L. Gutierriz, A. If
Solares, R. Andrade, R. Hernandez, E. Barros,
A. Felce, L. Buhler, C. Sun, L. Smith, T.
Kubo, D. Lutz 4th row: Adviser, D. Barkelew,
M. Ochoa, Y. Thompson, D. Silva, C. Ramirez,
C. Fendrych, M. Rojas, J. Tracy, L. Riker,
L. Hamilton, S. Krikl, J. Lemon 5th row:
P. Lopez, J. Rojas, H. Gosdoy, P. Valenzuela,
K. Maroney, M. Kelley, S. Grundy, T. Garcia.
F ronr row: P. Turner,
G. Marinelli, R.
Johnson, V. Hartung,
C. Johnson 2nd
row: D. Bush, D.
West, M. Dee.
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C8527 their skills
Learning how to handle guns and use
them Iproperly and safely . . . the GUN
CL U U1 met and discussed such top-
ics as the accidental death rate
caused by guns and rifles, prefvent-
ion of accidents and types of artil-
lery . . . practicing at the rifle range
on Talbert and Goldenwest . . . the club
also listened to a speaker from the
National Rifle Association on Gun
Safety . . . making it an educational as
well as fun year for the FVHS Gun
Club . .. with the purpose of develop-
ing a business instinct and better
knowledge of business lgrocedures for
its members . .. the FBL , Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America f3j, attended
conferences to test their skills . . .
competing in the areas of accounting,
spelling, public speaking, typing,
shorthand and knowledge of business
machines ... in April the club attend-
ed a 4 day State conference in Oak-
land . .. other activities included the
sale of monogrammed shirts in the
fall and distribution of flowers in
the HB Mall on Mother's Day.
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J. Wilson znd TOZDIWQ Mfcigiili' J. 85115221
T. Lmsda y, G. Lambertson, M. Hoefler, D. Nelson,
D. Shaeffer, Mr. Gitshier.
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In order to gain poise, confidence, and
experience in public speaking . .. the
MAGIC CL UB C42 performed for grade school
PTA's and many other groups . . . with the
purpose of fostering an interest in
Magic for the students at F VHS, this
club practiced their tricks and magical
POWERS for openhouse and the talent
show, "Shootin' the Breeze" . .. Mike Vande-
more and Mike Hatalski C22 mystified
their audience with an impressive "Houdini"
act . .. this year's Magic club members
made themselves known through their
entertaining performances and obfoious
talents . . . truly sparking the interest of
the students at F VHS.
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Mr. Mittleman, Presi-
dent M. Hatalski, M.
, Leeds, M. Vandemore,
V . ' . ' R. Neagle.
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Front row: Gary
Sanders, Znd row:
.less Hall 3rd row:
Mark Webb, Tina
Kysella, Bill Fenchak,
Nan Westfall, Norma
Eglett, Mr. Ken
Munroe, Pam Davey,
4th row: Sylvia
Osborne, Gabe King,
Chessine Lyau, Mr.
Ben Ellerman, Sam
Wahnon, Don Danielson,
Ed Jennings, John
Larson Not shown:
Bill Pulford, Ron
S taggs, Mark Cohen.
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Covering all aspects of student life . .. reporting on
events ranging from concerts to upcoming plays and
articles of student interest . . . "Hey, are you guys
gonna' cover the STREAKERS?" . .. "Why in the
world did they shave their heads?" . .. this year's LE
MOT staff kept the students informed . .. and more
. .. controversial editorials like the marijuana
initiative, cliques, the Nixon Administration, and the
drinking age . . . as usual there were the deadlines . ..
"Does anybody have a typewriter that works?" . ..
"John, could you hurry and check this, then I'll have a
good ten minutes to retype it and get it to the
pr-inter's" . .. "Ugghhh!!! Rubber cement DOES NOT
come out of your hair with liquid paper" . .. sports
news . .. "Where's Ron Staggs with that wrestling
copy?" . .. "Mr. Ellerman ... do you suppose we could
leave a page blank for grafitti or something?', . ..
talented writers and dedicated staff members helped
make this year's newspaper a success and an
experience for all who read it. 99
dates, 51,4685 and activities ef the year
The bell beginning sixth period has rung . .. Editor Pati Hefley C71 starts
to wonder if an epidemic of "copy-itis" has struck everyone dead . . . sud-
denly the room comes to life . .. first two, then three, and finally seven-
teen bodies are crammed into "the small hole in the wall" affectionately
known as the
announcement to make: your next deadline was due yesterday" . . . and the
RACONTE UR STAFF C41 . .. settles down to compile the dates, FACES and activities
of the passing year C51 ... "When do we get our phone?" . .. "Susan and Michele,
you didn't really use a Stoner Brother on page 245 did you ?" C81 . .. "Uh, Greg
and Warren, are you the clowns that signed these photo orders 'Killer and
Hotlips'?" . .. between drawing layouts C61 setting up pictures C21 and writ-
ing copy C11 the staff remained witty and determined . .. "Gees, I don't know
. .. "When do. we get our phone ?" . .. finding space was a major problem . .
"Okay Jeni, keep your stuff on THAT side of the light table!!" . .. "Don't
look now Keeli but those newspaper people are staring at us again" . . . "When do
we get our phone ?" . .. there was the continuous echo of typewriters clang-
13,4 60N 581116 SCA 5? compiles the
Yearbook room . .. "Okay peoples, sit down because I have an
"Sharon and Janet, do you suppose you could type to the tune
of 'Benny and the .Iets'?" C31 . .. "Was that Carol who screamed 'Tough Toe- " ,
nails' and left?" . .. "Uh, yeah" . .. "Okay peoples, sit down because I have
an announcement to make: today we have our very own phone".
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Front row: Butler, D'Agostino, Vrab, Sereno, Taylor, Dove, Mackin, Marquez,
Moss, Hatfield, Dudrey 2nd row: Howeth, Cabral, Hanna, Bowen, Stinebiser,
Hernandez, Jackson, Ogden, Chambers, Tucker, Siracusa, Bienek 3rd row:
McDermott, Perez, Johnson, Hostetler, Hanna, Perez, Tessier, Dodson, Hayes,
Burke, Jackson, Scalisi, Morrison, Gubernick 4th row: Patison, Hoyme,
Fredrichson, Robertson, Klaarenbeek, F ox, Tressler, Bienek, Hatfield, Gillette,
Kruetzer, Stanton, Lear, Kuhns 5th row: Cowper, Morse, Jolley, Schuster, Filer,
Pedan. Cooper. Grundy, Bracklesberg, Yomigida, Holmes. Ross, Beltran,
Haskell 6th ro-w: Hough, Blackburn, Goodmanson, Paez, Thompson, Troup
Stubbs, Wilson, Napp, Mackley, Maltby.
"I can't believe what a good team we
have!" . .. although the scoreboard C72
at the end ofa game often bore that
statement out, in the tense locker room
conferences C62 few examples of such
confidence were shown . .. on the field
C12 there was no doubt . .. Dan Troup
C32 efvaded tackles in leading FV's of-
fense . . . and opponents' defenses were
quickly disillusioned C82 . .. some play-
ers C42, however, still found time to do
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Front row: M. Nisco, C. Yeung, E. Garten, G. Rich, M. Allen, R. Vines, D, Quecke,
G. Olson, M. Cox f65J, T. Belvin f24J 2nd row: C. Johnson, M. O aneku, T. McIntosh,
S. Weaver, M. Caballero, G. Petersen, D. Kirkpatrick, S. SmalL Denney, B. Ristav,
3rd row: Coach Reyburn, M. Cowper, J. Power, M. Layman, M. Aeillo, G. Weiler, J. Lund,
T. Young. J. Cilbertsen, B. H che, B. Nash, Coach Bell 4th row: J. McChristian, K. Pitts,
A. Hernandez, M. Barrera, Hudson, B. Powell, C. Apfel, J. Benza, Coach Fitz atrick
Sth row: Coach Tuttle, B. Hafciken, R. Fenchah, J. Kuhns, S. Jensen, B. Bogle, B. Eeleher'
J, NY?Li.'llll7'd 6th rrrr: M. Morrison, D. Delatorre, T. Grogan, R. Johannson. D. Hatch:
For this year's SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL team 572 it was
a very frustrating season. .. they went winless
through pre-season and regular season play to
end up with a 0-9 overall record. . . "At least we
were consistent". .. although enthusiastic and
well prepared, many plays ended with trapped
receivers C62 or on simple "dog piles" K12 . ..
"Give it back!". . . "No!". . . "It's mine!". . .even
Coaches Reyburn 152 and Fitzpatrick were forced to
to tell them "Chuck it!". . . "Ahhh, it can't have
been that bad, " K32 . .. there were a few shining
moments for defense C22 . . .and even offense K42
tried for the big one C 8 2 . ..sophomores lost six
of their games by five points or less, however
1 973 proved to be an UNPR OD UC TI VE year.
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The "73" FROSH DISTRICT TEAM l31 had
a FR USTRA TING beginning, suffering
two disappointing losses. . . however
they made themselves known in the
Scholarship Bowl held at Hunting-
ton Beach Stadium. .. "May the best
team win" 152 ...in that one night,
the Barons defeated every team in
the district except for the cham-
pion, Marina. . .in the remainder
of the season the Freshmen worked
hard, using outstanding running
ll J, to win two and tie one of
their final games.
Front row: Jeff Smith,
Rick Miller, Kevin
Davidson, Rob Weaver,
Vince Crowther, Robby
Greely, Clay Johnson,
Ed Gadis, John Ulrich
Znd row: Rick Gibdon,
Ron Paterson, Nick
Rawe, Curt-is Jones,
Carl Dunlap, Jim Allen,
Bret Laub, Chris Albin,
Rick Pierce 3rd row:
Ted Powers, Brian
Burnam, Brian Lavigne,
Mike Seymour, Mike
Ewing, Mark Toyra, Bob
Lesge, Chris Martino,
teve Pratt 4th row:
Don Raxfmond, Jim
Jacobson, ark Boaz,
Tim Blount, Phil
Turner, Daryl Kiers,
Bret Eldridge, Jim
Leslie Sth row:
Coaches Don Ellenburg,
Tom Maldonado, Paul
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Stefre Steinki, Bruce
Houston, Gregg Kerr,
Ken Marget-um, Tom
Sibler, Gregg Hughes
Q 2nd row: Coach Rosales,
Larry Enos, Ron Hunter,
Garry Coleman, Bill
Grilz, Jeff Mason,
Ron Robledo, Reynolds
Raus, Rick Flowerday,
Coach Ester 3rd row:
Eric Anderson, Tom
, Stallings, Mike Musso,
Gregg Sfvalstad, Coach
Friess, Jeff Hutchings,
John Pulchalski, Tim
Bienek, Rick Sims,
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1 9 0 Marina
14 1 9 Westminster
14 22 Newport Harbor fi
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for 11 championship
For the FROSH FOOTBALL, "73" was a season of
great accomplishment. .. as Hutchings did his
thing C42 everyone agreed ulthoughtwewere going to
have an undefeated season" . . . yet the year
was not without its heartbreaks. . . finishing
with a 7-2 overall record, the Baron Freshman
team found themsel'Ues 6 points SHY of a champi-
onship as they lost to Westminster in League
competition. .. "We were so close to winning it
all" ... with the help of a well-balanced offense
and defense, the team compiled an average of
nearly 300 yardsa game, while they held their
opponents to less than 150 yds. .. although coaches
still worried at times 162 . . . two midseason
losses to Westminster and Newport Harbor were
the only flaws of af an outstanding season.
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leads the drive to the 9.7,N.7SJ-I
"On your marks, get set, go!" C32 . ..and the
VARSITY CROSS COUNTR Y team C12 was off to another
victory. ..Coach Thompson C92 put his team through
rigorous workouts C22 which paid off in the
drive to the FINISH line C62 . ..Barr Pierce C42 k
and Bob Acosta C72 . .. seta strong pace early in
the race C52 . . . "doing what comes natural". . .as
Bob Orcholski C82 "stretches it out", proving
"a cross country man is a lonely runner. ' ' -'FU'
Front row: Rich Nolan, Pete Boyer, Bob Acosta 2nd row: Rob
Orcholski, Jim Strickland, Jim Helman, Barry Pierce.
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30 25 Estancia
35 23 Edison
30 27 Santa Ana Valley
48 1 5 Costa Mesa
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Front roar: R. Sendra, P.
McLaughlin. T. Bell, T.
Funk 2nd row: J. Malcolm,
T. Srromberg, G. Clayton.
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The JUNIOR VARSITY
CROSS COUNTRY team 112 chose
to RACE the wind 122 . .. and a 3-4 record goes to
show they sometimes caught it K41 . .. the deter-
mined huffing and puffing of Brian Douglas 631 . ..
Terry Funk C71 . . . along with the other members ofthe
team enabled them to take fifth place in the
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The FROSH-SOPH CROSS COUNTRY team C52 combined
resources of both TALENT and effort . .. com-
pleted the season with a 3-4 record . . . plac-
ing first in the Large School AAAA Difvision
at the Orange County Invitational meet . ..
although their record wasn't spectacular,
the team performed at their best K6j as is
the tradition of a FVHS Baron athlete.
Front row: J. Coul-
ombe, S. Mueller,
J. Canfield, M.
Beech, J. Hutchings,
J. Sarmiento, B.
Reefzses 2nd row:
Coach Thompson, R.
Ford, R. Neal, L.
Riese, E. Reed, C.
Funk, K. Burt, J.
Horseman, P. Sch-
wanke, D. Allen.
52 15 Corona del Mar
4' A' Magnolia
23 36 Los Alamitos
35 22 Estancia
35 26 Edison
1 9 38 Santa Ana Valle
28 27 Costa Mesa
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This was a building year for the VAR-
SITY WA TER POLO team G32 ... only
three seniors started . . . yet offenses were
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keptin check CZJ ... opposing goalies
were forced to square off H42 . .. and defend
goals from expert attacks C62 ... "Got
one!" MQ ... although they had the
help of seniors like Dan Luttrell UQ in
compiling a 14-6 record, the young team
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up for a lot of experience.
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The JUNIOR VARSITY WATER POLO team C51
enjoyed a highly successful season
placing first in league competition
and hafuing an overall record of
1 1 -3 . .. after starting what looked
to be a promising season, the team
was temporarily knocked out of
contention for first place, suff-
ering rwo mid-season losses . .. but
they kept after it C41 ... shot after
shot was blocked by their goalie KU
. .. in the end, however, determin-
ation and HARD WORK paid off ...
they came in first in the division
. .. "What a fantastic season!"
JR. VARSITY WA TER POLO
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1 7 7 Santa Ana Valley
S22 7 4 Edison 5
EEE 9 4 Foothill 5
S55 6 1 0 Rolling Hills 5
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S35 4 3 Los Alamitos 5
E32 7 3 Marina 5-
:25 7 6 Buena Park QE
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553 7 4 Westminster 55
525 6 1 Costa Mesa 'S
52g 5 4 Anaheim 'E
525 1 2 1 0 Garden Grove E
Front row: Will Hogue, Michael W. Kelly, Michael P. Kelly, Joe Maynard, H955
Noppenberger. Kirk Chaney, Dan Rufer, Richard Reis 2nd row: Russell Hanson, Steve Krxlgl.
Steve Su therland, Don Williams, Steve Kolitz, Coach Landis.
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Front row: Bill Manes, Ken Van Ornum, John Kalb, Bob Hickey, Mitch Nomura, Kick Aldrich,
Rick Burdg 2nd row: Larry Gillespie, Gary Pollitt, Jeff Gahring, Jeff Hamby, Mark McGinnis, Coach Landis
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Santa Ana Valley E
5:5 Edison f
523 Rolling Hills
155: Los Alamitos
S22 1 0 Buena Park
EEE 10. Corona delMar -
E52 8 Westminster
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Finishing first in the league, F ROSH-S OPH WA TER POLO
team C32 gained 'valuable experience . . . 'Tm
getting used to getting up early" . . . because of
their team work and spirit KZQ they were able to
end the season losing only two out of their
twelve games . . . the season began slowly when
they won only one of their first three games . . .
possibly because the competition was rough C 6 Q
. .. but OVERPOWERING their competition they
played the rest of the season undefeated . . .
winning the division.
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88 52 Edison
34 33 Estancia
65 48 Los Alamitos
63 45 Magnolia
49 38 Corona del Mar
58 53 Costa Mesa
51 62 Santa Ana Valley
55 49 Edison
54 35 Estancia
66 44 Los Alamitos
73 43 Magnolia
55 45 Corona delMar
63 51 Costa Mesa
69 62 Santa Ana Valley
45 55 Long Beach Milltkan
VA 135.7311 13,4 S165 513,415 team has
13855 season in 5'V history
"Fantastic!" is the only word for this year's VARSITY
BASKETBALL team C72 ... not only did they qualify for CIF ...
but pre-game workouts 122 developing concentration and
teamwork enabled the Barons to simply overpower C 4 and 62
Edison C52 . .. and finish league play with a single loss to
Santa Ana Valley . .. after an initially slow start, FV's
shooting began to pick up I1 and 32 . .. and they finished
with a seasonal record of 1 9-6 . .. and the first Irvine
League Championship ever . . . although the Varsity team was elimin
ated in first round CIF playoffs by Long Beach Millikan
. . . the BEST basketball season in F VHS 's history was some-
thing to celebrate.
Coach Brown, R. Voss, J. Lodestein, R. Valbuena, J.
Jolley, D. Troup, T. Hill, D. Malane, J. Jolley, G.
Gentile, D. Bishop, S. Dorsett.
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captures league 6160 WN
"Gotit!" C32 ... and 1 974'sJUNIOR VARSITY
BASKETBALL team C22 was off to a 20-4 record . ..
winning the Santiago Tournament with outstand-
ing shooting C52 . .. excellent one-on-one C62 . ..
a fast dribble drifoe C12 . .. and picking up every
spare point possible C42 they went on to capture
the Irfvine League CROWN . .. the team's success
can be credited to experienced starters as well
as talent from the bench C72 .
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Saunders, D. Rhode, M. Katsos, J. Malane, J. Adams, G. Miller, R. Woolard,
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52 34 Edison
67 45 Estancia
44 35 Los Alamitos
38 40 Magnolia
47 40 Corona del Mar
51 55 Costa Mesa
56 29 Santa Ana Valley
69 48 Edison
53 49 Estancia
59 37 Los Alamitos
49 48 Magnolia
44 37 Corona del Mar
39 45 Costa Mesa
54 37 Santa Ana Valley
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"Watch out!" f6Q ... for the 73-
74 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL team KSJ
. . . which corralled their first
championship in FVHS history . ..
RA TED the finest in Southern
California . .. they finished with
a seasonal record of 21 -2 . ..
including a record 1 1 4-34 win
ofver Santa Ana Valley . .. a fine
example of the unity, balance,
and depth C22 of the team ...
the Huntington Beach F rosh
team also won the championship
as they finished with a record
of 23-1 ... their one lost by a
slim 2 points to Edison.
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Front row: K. Sereno, T. Silber,
S. Sickman, J. Mason, R. Kubo,
M. Peters, K. Siu D. Hewitt,
D. Schaut 2nd row: Coach Winters,
J. Horsman, B. Burnarn, B. Videt-
to, M. Anderson, J. Puchalski,
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Burdge, A. Mancs, Coach Parsons.
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ings, G. Suzlsrad, S. Ford, B.
Vilkinson, J. Pitchforth. S.
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Corona del Mar
Santa Ana Valle
Corona del Mar
Santa Ana Valle
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has very Sll668S827lll
The 73-74 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL
team C42 had a very SUCCESS
season . .. finishing second in
the Ir-vine League . .. Coach
McNamara's Barons I1 J had a
21 -3 record . . . the best ever
for a F V sophomore basketball
team . .. a league record of
12-2 brought them more recog-
J. Holland, R.
Hatch, S. Burns,
T. Southwick, J.
Custer, P. Laux,
M T ' J.
Powers, J. Trabold.
FROSH IRVINE BASKETBALL
z: 60 28 Edison
E52 51 LosAlamitos
:If 76 Magnolia 1
E55 78 Corona delMar 2
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Santa Ana Valley?
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Corona del Mar -
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Front row: S. McCormick, S. Steinke, P. Valenzuela, M. Moore,
D. Morrison, D. Holmes, M. Wennekamp, S. Young, P. McLeith,
M. Morrison, M. Rojas 2nd row: D. Christy, B. Joyce, P.
Pollini, J. Edwards, Campbell, G. Morse, M. Erskine, T. Hughes,
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After a slow start in pre-season play, F V's S OC CER'team
K32 moved into high gear C52 and BQOTED .672 their way to
the best CIF season efver . .. lead by fine scoring efforts
662 . . . and excellent defensive play 522, Coach Bob Rathmann's
kickers K1 and 42 finished with a league record of 1 0-3-1
. .. giving them second place in the range County Soccer
League for the third year.
Front row: J. Hughes,
D. Srultz, R. Davis,
S. Matlby, D. Stirefwalt,
J. Young, D. Stirewalt
Znd row: R. Larkin,
B. Payne, J. Hofland,
G. Fredrich, B.
Hernandez, M. Haskell,
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Santa Ana Valley
Los Alamitos E:
Corona del Mar
lf,4l6S.7Z'll Wl686'CL'i7NG team
llNZ?85f5,4 CED for the .2114 year
With determination C 4 2, hard work, and wrestlers
like Joe Youn C52 and Scott Maltby 562 . .. this
year's VARSIgTY WRESTLING team C22 stole the
Ir-vine League Championship for the 7th straight
year . .. the Barons "did their thing" K12 as they
were UNDEF EA TED for the 2nd year in a row in
dual meets K3 2 . .. the team took first at the
Ruboux and second at the Mt. Miguel and Costa
Fronrrow: M. Lumpkins,
S. Shoemaker, K. Pitts,
M. Nisco, R. Bruno, M.
Chase, R. Stagis, B. Chase
2nd row: . Kuhns, G.
Louzao, S. Weaver. D.
Hatch, D. Dahling, T.
M clntosh, M. Barreto,
M. Marquez, L. Parish,
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33 21 Santa Ana Valley
32 21 Estancia
48 1 4 Edison
72 00 Los Alamitos
56 06 Magnolia
21 33 Corona del Mar
4 9 1 1 Costa Mesa
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,YZINJOK V,4l6S.7Z'll WIZSSZTLSIZS gain
2nd P12468 in league
For the JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLERS 131, 1 973-
1 974 was a challenging season . . . this year's
team was stronger K4j overall than last
year's . . . and after decisive 512 dual match
wins C52 over every opponent CZJ the young
Barons were finally downed in the next to
last match by Corona del Mar . . . a 7-1 record
gained F V second place in the Irvine League . . .
the young .I VMatmen will be carrying on the
traditionlogggampionship Varsity Wrestling
in 1 974
EYKOSH-SOP!-I WKSSCZJNG has SCCA WLZSSS season --
It was an exceptional 121 season for the 73-74 FROSH-SOPH WRESTLING "' 'YA' -
team 641 . .. finishing with a FLA WLESS 552 record of13-0, the team snatch- - '
ed L32 the Irvine Leag-ue Championship for the Znd straight year . .. much
of the team's success can be attributed to sportsmanship K1 J and 'vigorous
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Front row: P. Lear, J. Valenti, J. Haskell, R. Weaver, S. E gert,
2nd row: S. Schuster, R. Pierce, B. Powell, B. Hula C ,Sq ain,
D. Wetmore, L. Enos, J. Petersen, Coach Rosclleg.
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Front row: K. Cummings,
R. Orcholski, R. Tessier,
M. Lear, M. Hartsfield,
S. Napp, A. Powell, R.
Ross, R. Acosta 2nd
row: T. Stromberg, M.
Leonard, G. Hoyme, J.
Bosanko, T. Mowdy, M.
Bischoff, K. Russell,
M. Tabone 3rd row: G.
Fvnchak, G. Clayton,
R. Wada, D. Kreutzer.
G. Hostetler, B. Fenchak
-1th rrrr: D. Wilson, S.
Ruiland, Bishop, D.
Paez 5th row: Coach
'I hompson, Coach Blackman,
Coach Clark, Coach Pitts,
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This year's VARSITY TRACK team C62 was able to hold
their own though the competition was TOUCH C12 . .. events
suchas the highiump C72 hurdles C42 discus C22
long jump C32 . .. and pole -vault C52 profved FV's team
capable of overpowering their competitors throughout
faces HSZIPSIZ " scasan
With precision K2j and sgeed
C12 this year's FROSH-S PH ,
TRACK team C31 is off to a
high flying start f6j the
Barons, with much talent ,,
and potential are looking
forward to a "S UPER" season.
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Front row: Hutchings, Reeves. Bash,
Burdge, Meuller, Hamilton, Sarammto,
Tesrrake, Bohay, Reed 2nd row: Gib-
son, Hariken, Funk, Raymond, Haga,
Bienek, Horak, Coulombe, Holton 3rd
row: Coach Thompson. Coach Blackman,
Ford, Turner, Stahara, Wall, Burt,
Sendra, Small, Coach Clark, Coach
Pitts 4th row: Pierce, McGinley,
Stanton, Webb, Legge, Waknime, Hilbert,
Coach Lenga 5th row: Dalessi, Johnson,
Custer, Joyce, Schenk, Boyd, Miller.
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Fountain Valley Hi h School's
1 974 JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK team 571
. .. started their season with tal-
ented performances in high jump C41
. .. and many other track and field
events . . . if this shotputter's dead-
ly aim CSQ is any indication of the
direction the team will take . ..
they can hardly miss a championship.
Front row: Helman,
Phillips, Rich, Bates,
Lund, Boyer 2nd row
Chaney, Funk, Cham-
bers, Thornton, Gib-
son, Romero, Nolan
3rd row: Riese, Wall,
Paez, Baca, Allen 4th
rofw: Choate, Parish,
Fredrickson 5th row:
Coach Clark, Coach
Pits, Coach Lenga.
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Front row: G. Bates, S. Babaxh-
off, N. McAdams, K. Hamill, P.
M cCarthy 2nd row: J. Davidson,
M. Braman, M. Nomura, G. Holland,
M. W. Kelly, B. Pull, M.P. Kelly
3rd row: D. Pooler, T. Maiill,
A. Miller, R. Aldrich, S. ri-
ckl, G. Block 4th row: B. Baba-
shoff, H. Furlong, D. Ritchie,
K. Wainscott, . Sutherland
Sth row: G. Scott, S. Nelson,
A. Hogue, R. Trux, T. Leeds,
S. Kolitz, Coach Bray.
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The 74 VARSITY SWIM team C61 proved itself capable of taking
on tough opponents C12 . .. with brilliant coaching C29 . .. powerful
swimming C72 . .. and quick starts C49 . .. the team SPLASHED their
way C32 to 2nd place in league standings with a 10-2 record . ..
the Baron Fish placed 1st at the Lowell Invitation and Valencia
Relays . .. the JV followed right in style and just as determin-
ed to win C52 . .. as they earned League Champions and compiled
a 12-2 record.
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Front row: H. Noppenberger, W. Hague, K. Chaney, M. Boaz, T. Jackson
2nd row: B. Manes, G. Pollit, R. Lade, G. Marinelli, J. Dempsey
3rd row: D. Hendrichs, J. McGinnis, W. Preston, P. Ford, MrHHenry
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PZIKIZSD la 3rd in league
"I 'won."' MQ . .. is what this startled member ofthe FROSH-
SOPH SWIM team C22 seems to be saying . .. the insistent urging
of Coach Horton pushed them to the limit 562 in practice KZJ
. .. and determination C3j SPURRED the swimmers to second
place finishes at the Peninsula Infvitational and CIF Relays
. .. a 1 0-2 record earned the team third place in the Irvine
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SWJNGJNG its Way to success
With practicing at Mile Square, playing
other schools and preparing for tournaments,
the FV GOLF C62 team was busy SWINGING its way
to success C32 . .. Mr. Feyk, the golf coach,
instructed the future golf pros in driving
142 , putting, and in all aspects ofthe
sport . . . the team spent many hours practic-
I irzdg and perfecting their skills for the
Seacliffs olf Tournament . . . all the golfers
are looking forward to a great season and
hoping to drifue their way to CIF.
STV 5 VMNA 55.765 team
P816 98655 talcu is far champianship scason
With agile gymnasts C22 the FV GYMN AS TICS team has a challenging season ahead of
them . . . the team has many strong performers C1 J each showing skill in the many
fields of giymnastics . . . Coach Armstrong is working with all the members trying
to PERF CT their talents KSJ and guide them to a championship season.
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Front row: J. Churchwell, B. Ogden, R. Woolard,
J. Valenti, D. Bienek, D. Jackson, R. Tessier,
R. Hardman 2nd rozc: Coach Cole, W. Treqsler,
C. Brainard, D. Fox, B. Patison, G. Hexzmer,
J. Upton, D. Zeissner, M. Garfield Notshofwn
V. Bienek, D. Carter
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starts SMA S1-IJNG season
"Play ball!" C31 . .. and the VARSITY BASEBALL team's C42 1974
season got off to a SMASHING start C61 offensively- . .. as well
as defensively C 2 Q C 7 J . . . winning their first two pre-season
games . .. excellent team work C52 . .. and effort Clj will keep
this team in contention for the league championship.
SWOSH-SOPH 1594 S5l5',4L'L' shows
PIZOMJS8 for 1974 smsan
Baseball's future at Fountain Valley can be foretold
by takin a look at the maturing talent C72 . . . on the
FROSH-SOPH BAEEBALL team 562 .. . the determination Ill
shown by the young Barons showed PROMISE for the 1 974
season . .. as well as the ones to follow.
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Front row: J. Kalb, S. Wolcheck, S.
Sickman, L. Enos, W. Horsman, T.
Grafues 2nd row: J. Mason, G. Hughes,
R. Sims, G. Barrios, B. Grilz, K.
Margerum 3rd row: C ouch Parsons,
B. Videtto, D. Kovucevic, J. Hutchings,
W. Flecher, D. Cloud Not shown:
M. Musso, B. Boxold, Coach Winters.
Front row: M. Crawford, M.
Swenson, M. Dooley, B. Stolz,
B. Smith, R. Vines, J. Scarpine,
M. Cox, T. Wilson 2nd row: M.
Layman, T. Conrad, S. Hatch,
A A M, I V , . . V. Bienek, T. Benza, A. Shout,
V ' ' R. Craft, R. Johannson, Coach
,YZINJOIZ VA 165.7511 13,4 S8l5',f4L'L'
SL' ZIGGJJV ' away
As the 1 974 season begins . . . the SL UGGIN' power
C32 of Coach Wood's JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL team
C52 . . . is more than enough to take them to the
top . .. outstanding fielding C22 . .. and hitting C42 . ..
marks this team as one to watch.
Front row: D. Bar-
ber, K. Baker, A.
H oltzman 2nd row
R. Benedict, G.
M orse, G. Ferrara,
S. Hayase, M. Zito,
Front row: K. Siu,
K. Sereno, A. Lin-
ton, P. Zerfoas, R.
Guild, J. Reed, R.
1 Holland, B. Cooper
6 2nd row: Coach Snow-
don, J. Cooperman,
C. Zeylmaker, B.
Gillette, A. Lock,
T. Rumberg, M. Cogan.
G. Pulford, B.
Front row: K. Ser-
eno, D. Dorman, K.
Hayes, D. D'Agost-
ino, T. Stinebiser,
D. Chu 2nd row:
D. Lesicko, E. Mur-
ad, M. D'Anna, K.
Fockler, B. Herd-
rich, T. Andrews,
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The FROSH-SOPH 622, JUNIOR VARSITY 612, VARSITY 652 TENNIS teams
smash their way through another exciting season . . . Coaches
Helmick and Snowdon train their players to have skill in
mastering all the techniques of the game . .. members of the
Varsity team, Dean Lesicko and Mike D'Anna, demonstrate skills
such as forehanding 642, backhanding, ofverhanding 632, under-
handing and serfuing 662 . .. all 3 teams show promise with out-
standing leadership and talent that will let this year's and
the following years' tennis team WIN.
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Volleyball C41 . . . may not be the most popular spectator sport at
Fountain Valley . . . but the 1 7 members ofthe Baron VOLLEY-
BALL teams C21 C81 . .. will be quick to point out the sport is
efuery bit as exciting C11 C51 .. . and C61 IMPRESSING as any
other . . . the admission . . . as a result of new court rulings . .. of
girls to the team tends to make things a little more interesting
. . . but it is the extra finesse C71 required in 'volleyball that truly
puts itin a class of its own.
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"Would you like to buy some Heath candy?". . . "Come to the G.A.A.
carfwash. ". .. "Come on, buy some mistletoe for your sweetie". . .per-
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of the G. A.A. BOARD C41 activities to finance after school sports
C1 and 31 . . . sportsdays and sports meets KZJ for the girls. . .and
organizing the Donkey Basketball Game in the gmring. . . members
include. .. Front row: V. Pitts, W. Stapleton, L. swald, M. Appel,
C. Smith, Y. Theriault, C. Williams 2nd ro-w: D. Clark, S. Olson,
L. Garcia, M. Meade, K. Pitts, J. Dafvidson, Ms. Donahue Not
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W Doole , L. Garcia 2nd row: D. Clark, S. Olson,
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D. Hendrix, S. Woodcock 3rd row: L. Thurman,
M. Tierney, C. Beuschlein, S, Wold, D. Shaffer,
M. Mead 4th row: K. Pruim, Ms. Farr, P. Oganeku
Sth row: C. Westerfeld, D. Riola, L. Arnold.
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Competing in four sports . .. volleyball,
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encouragement . .. "Spike it" "Make that
basket" . .. sportsmanship and skill enabled
these irls to compete with other schools
in G..f5A. sportsdays after school . ..
Junior Teamsports . .. Front row: S. Trujillo,
V. Vega, S. Kennedy, Ms. Farr, C. Van
Ornum, S. Murrea, J. Kato, C. Menzis
2nd row: C. Arefoalos, S. Yancy, J. Philbin,
D. Gates, P. Lewis, C. Mitchell, K.
Capelle, C. Siollema, D. Hunt.
Front row: K. Thompson,
C. Maizland, K.
Mathews, K. Pitts,
S. Plum, D. Wilder,
Mrs. Ammann 2nd row:
K. Keyes, R. Dennis,
B. Crocker, T. Tiedy,
J. Sayre, P. Hungerlee,
B. Poole, S. Maki,
D. Neudecker 3rd row:
J. Goodmanson, C.
Se uine, D. Saltman,
A.ll3arlar, L. Christensen,
J. Tracey, D. Walsh,
L. Mollokoy, T.
Osborne 4th row:
S. Lund, T. Miles,
J. Morrell, N. Ogino,
J. Trabold, C.
Corrifveau, C. Meyers,
Front row: D. Fisher, J. Merha, K. Mellon, S. Sullivan, S. Taneyhill
2nd rofw: Mrs. Merriman, K. Lawrence, C. Compton, E. James, K. Lewis,
M. Leonard, S. Bibb, J. McMann, S. Williams, J. Mc Vey, P. Davey, B.
Saunders, C. Hollis, D. Hoeffler, N. Bro-wer, B. Therrian, T. Mendoza
faidej 3rd row: S. Hughes, M. Fixemer, M. Ashley, P. Sayre, E. Swin rofver,
G. Bishop, P. Boswell, C. Dunn, P. Matsuda, D. Fraser, D. Aien 4th
row: S. Kelly, K. Langhammer, S. Loudenbaclz, M. Case, K. Bates, V. Pitts,
D. Martin, L. Hinton, S. Perrault, P. Syre, S. Scott Sth row: C. Paul,
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FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORETEAMSPORTS . .. four
full seasons of hard work, practice and fun
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sulted in an enjoyable year for the FVHS
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"Faster! Faster!". .. the GIRLS' SWIM TEAM, coached by
Ms. Donahue, rarely had time to play around. .. whether
going against the CLOCK C42 or for the win IZQ . . . the
team put everything into it . . . yet second period these
fierce competl tors turned instructor and helped each
other with the finer points C31 . . . "That's the way to
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J. Sheridan, N. Lewis, L. Edlund, M. Hughes, T. Le-
Blanc, J. Davidson, C. Mitchell, L. Tom, M. Hughes,
C. Hayes, K. Hughes, S. Allenson, L. Edwards, N. He
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Hinson, D. Brotherton, T. Philbin, J. Davidson, S.
Pletz, P. Wollman, B. Walker, G. Manes, T. Chow, K.
Niffenegger, M. Espinoza, A. Gleason, L. Kelsh, L.
Kelsh, D. Carnahan, L. Parish, M. Le Valley, D. Bos-
well Not shown: N. Heffleman, W. Yancy.
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Creating mofvements to express emotions . . . blending dance
techniques with their innermost F EELIN GS was this year's
MODERN DANCE CLASS. . . with Miss Souleles as the advisor. ..
they took second place at the C horeographer's Concert in
Laguna Beach. . .and performed for the student body at the
Modern Dance Concert this Spring . . . members of the team
are: B. Amundson, J. Anderson, L. Brown, L. Cook, S. Dudley,
N. Eglett, A. Grafe, K. Hall, J. Hirshman, K. Hirshman,
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GYMNASTICS TEAM . .. coached by Miss Strausberg
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routines" . . . working first and second periods
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and compulsory . . . talent and sportsmanship
made these girls excellent representatives
Front ro-w: T. Young, S. Hillberg, K. Christy, M. Stoltz,
B. Lee, T. Newman, . Smith 2nd row: L. Sternaman, M.
Watcher, J. Philgwpsen, T. Fritzler, P. Reid, W Frampton,
K. Carrozzo, D. agler 3rd row: M. Strausberg, D. Lyons,
I. Collier, K. Tully, A. Naranio, M. Gagnon, D. Otott, K.
GIRLS TENNIS TEAM smashed their way to a great season
Front row: M. Hale,
S. Meifu, S. Johnson,
M. Appel, W. Stapleton,
W. Coleman, M.
Wedlock, D. Montiio
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C. Eaton, C. Schultz,
L. Salcido, C. Hulme,
Y. Theriault, L.
Hamilton, C. Cole,
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M. Tufford, N.
Thompson, V. Meyers,
L. Rilzer, D. Butler,
G. Allen, L.
Sutherland, S. Berner,
T. Holtzman, C.
Ermacoff, T. Taylor,
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"Hitit" . .. "There it goes"
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makes PERFECT" . .. and the
GIRLS' BADMINTON TEAM practices
each morning first period
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rapidly . .. with two teams,
singles and doubles . .. advised
by Miss Palmer . .. they compete
against other schools ... and
expect a good season which
starts in ApriL
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Under the direction of Ms. Farr . .. "Ok,lgirls, let's
show those G UYS that we're iust as goo as they are"
. .. the GIRLS ' CIF BASKETBALL TEAM played in both the
Loara and Huntington Beach Tournaments . . . chosen by try-
outs . . . these girls practiced nights in the FVHS gym . . .
playing well during the season . .. this was the first
year girls could compete in CIF playoffs . . . setting up
tournaments for next year . . . their goal is to become
champions next year in the new girls' Beach Cities League.
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39 31 Mission Viejo
27 1 8 La Quinta
41 1 6 Bolsa
41 12 El Toro
46 1 8 Westminster
42 8 Kennedy
30 43 Newport Harbor
30 43 El Toro
36 49 Newport Harbor
TIIVI ABELL . .. Ace . .. greatest accomplishment was
just getting out of Fountain Valley High lgetting in was
easy! . .. will never forget losing to Edison in football
. .. likes sports cars, table tennis, basketballand R.S. . . .
tijagrg to attend Goldenwest College then UCLA or
CYNTHIA COSTA . . . Cindy . .. would like to study
art . . . feels greatest achievements are in this area . . .
will remember all her friends and teachers . . . favorites
include P. E., guys and art.
PATRICIA ACTON PSA being tripped on
stage during a play and always being shorter than her
friends are two things to remember .. . hopes to grow
taller in the future greatest accomplishment:
graduating . .. enjoys mischief and bugging Mr.
CYNTHIA ADAMS plans to marry in May
future also includes a career in cosmetology loves
REBECCA ADAMS Beck likes swimming,
watching the surfers at the beach and camping . . . will
never forget all the 'people and the fun in meeting them
. .. plansfor college . . . maybe marriage. . .
ROBERT ADAMSON . .. Bosco... going a quarter
mile in twelve seconds his greatest achievement
favoriite things are racing, girls, football, girls,
motorcycles and girls. . .
PUANAN1 AI-ILO Debbie enjoys football
games, baking, babies and Hawaii surviving the
dissection of Derkus J. Garbonzo was her greatest
accomplishment always will remember her
"Mormon Corner" friends and the dumb, idiotic things
she wishes she never did hopes to make it in a
medicalfield, minus the blood.
VERNALANI AHLO going down the Colorado
River Rapids without drowning was her biggest success
. . . will neverforget grabbing a strange guy at afootball
game enjoys sun, daisies, cotton candy, and driving
on an empty tank . . . plans to go into secretarial work
DEBORAH ALEXANDER . . . Debbie greatest
accomplishment is enjoying life would like to own
and direct a pre-school . . . enjoys ice skating, dancing,
listening to music and learningfrom agood teacher.
DORIS ALLEN loves backpacking, skiing and
mountain climbing her future includes college in
Colorado and becoming a physical therapist.
GERI ALLEN . . . will always remember the seagulls
at lunch . . . greatest achievement was being head Stat
for Boys' Tennis team .. . favorites include skiing,
tennis and summer vacation . .. her future includes
travel in Europe and a law career.
JAMES ALPONTE ... greatest accomplishment was
ditching six weeks in science and getting an A . . . plans
to bum around.
TRACY ANDREW . .. will never forget the size of
the school his greatest accomplishment was
completing chemistry hopes to become 11 fflllfiflf
ALBERT ,-IXDREPVS Ears enjoys car and
bike racing . .. plans for the Air Force . . . will never
forget having a girlfriend . . . greatest accomplishment:
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future includes getting married will always
remember the people she met. V
ROSE APPELL . . . Rosie . . . greatest achievement:
running the Food Service Program at FV . . . will newer
forget winning Homecoming... enjoys guitar,
backpacking and singing future plans include
marriage and living in Okinawa, Iapan and Oregon.
MELODYE ARMACOST Shrimp likes
music, cats, sports, friends and life .. . will always
remember her Marketing class with Bill Gina, Skip, Bill
and Mr. Crenshaw. 7
LORIE ARNOLD enjoys outdoor sports and the
beach . . . can nefverforget the seagulls . . . plans college
and ajob as a secretary.
LISA ASHLEY Lis' . . . greatest achievement:
getting out of "the Place" . . . will always remember Mr.
Harris, all the parties and her friends . . . likes the beach
at night, basketballgames and "Babes"
VICKI AUSKALNIS . . . will nefuerforget the time she
tackled a guy in coed football . . . plans college
greatest accomplishment: doing a round-off backhand
spring and not landing on her head . . . likes parties and
people lmainly guys... lots and lots and lots ofguysj.
BUDDYAVERNA . .. Bud
PAMELA BACA . .. counts her greatest success as
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MICHAEL BARRETTE ... Mike . .. likesfootball
girls and the beach . .. will always remember Mrs.
Cooney's TV class . . . waking upforfirst period was his
greatest success . . . plans a career in law or management.
PHILIP BARRON Phil will never forget
hassling narcs and teachers future plans include
scoring apound. . . favorites are girls and camping.
RICHARD BARTON Rick will attend
Goldenwest College. . . enjoys drums and surfing.
GREGORY BATES . .. Greg . .. biggest honor: Key
Club District Recording Secretaryfor California-,N'efL'ada-
Hawaii likes girls, Key Club, girls, money and
Nlodel "A" Fords will go into medicine lVIrs.
Dietz, Dr. White and all his friends are people to
ERIC BAUGH Rick will never forget Rex
telling him to get out of the parking lot hopes to
become an architect likes wine, his woman and a
IO ELLEN BEACH... Io.Io ... considers
graduating her greatest accomplishment . .. she hopes to
marry and have children . .. enjoys helping people.
JEFFRY BEAR Jeff enjoys camping, guns,
shooting, hiking, fishing and racing future plans
include college and becoming a gunsmith greatest
achievement: buying his truck with cash.
TONI BEGLEY will nefuer forget Mr. Tritz's
Business Law class and those long, boring manuals .. .
will go to Hawaii and later become a court stenographer
... loves the beach, swimming and her cat, Fuss.
KATHRYN BELL would like to major in law
enforcement in college will always remember the
footballgames . . . likes bowling and horseback riding.
MICHAEL BELTRAN Skates will always
remember the girls. .. feels making it through four years
offootball his biggest accomplishment college and
motorcycle racing are part of his future . . . favorites are
girls, football, motorbikes and more girls.
TERESA BENNETT . .. Teri . .. enjoys dating...
the crowd and being stepped on are things she'll newer
forget . . . takes pride in being accepted at Long Beach
State . . . plans to become a registered nurse.
CHRISTOPHER BENT Chris likes acting,
sock-hops and the beach . . . feels his greatest success is
directing and acting in school plays . .. missing Algebra
seven days in a row is something he'll newer forget
plans to major in theater,
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her freshman year thinks her greatest
accomplishment is going to class . .. plans to move to
Pennsylvania . . . fancies older men and nice clothes.
KRISTA BERRING RC likes her horse,
drinking and R.C. will never forget the traumatic
experience of having to go when she did greatest
accomplishment: never working too hard.
CAROL BE USCHLEIN . .. Bushy . .. would like to
become a paramedic . . . will always remember the many
people she met in teamsports and after school GAA ...
enjoys PE, Bike Club, lunch group, hospital work as a
CR OP student and GAA.
DAVE BIENEK Polock greatest honor:
Varsity Football Player of the Week . .. turning over his
VW is something he'll never forget would like to
become a coach or PE teacher. . . likes women,
LYNN BIERWIRTH favorite things include
tennis, waterskiing and talking will always
remember meeting Mr. Crenshaw and exchanging jokes
plans to become a stewardess greatest
accomplishment: being herseM
LINDA BIGGERS feels being a songleader her
biggest accomplishment she'll never forget drill
team, song and all the rowdy people . . . loves kittens, ice
skating and music will skate with the Ice Capades
DONALD BISHOP . .. Anchor . . . can never forget
last year's basketball games with Corona del Mar . ..
being able to dunk a basketball in high school is his
greatest accomplishment . . . likes bellyboard surfing and
MONA BISSIN . .. Rosetid Ruff Buns ... biggest
achievement: saving enough money from acting to buy a
powder blue targa . . . will neverforget thefoodjights in
Foodsl. . . plans a career in interior decorating , , . likes
UAILLIAM BOICOURT Lee or Big Boy
enjoys all sports . .. plans college and making a living
will never forget all the pretty girls biggest
accomplishment: putting up with his little sister.
LISA BONHAM .. , can never forget Mr. Tritz, the
foxiest teacher on campus and all his girl troubles . ..
plans college, then a secretarial career greatest
accomplishment: becoming afull-fledged service station
attendant . . . likes parties, music, the beach andguys.
WILLIAM BOOHER . .. Bill... likes clouds, music,
being with good people ana' big green trees getting
along with most of the people most of the time is his
great success will remember the right-on FVHS
people he met . .. plans to stay with the music and take
anything that comes his way.
DONNA BOOTH .., Little One ... feels losing
sixty pounds her biggest accomplishment . . . she'll never
forget leaving campus without permission then getting a
traffic ticket . . . plans work, college, marriage and lbabyj
carriage . . . loves her 1973 baby blue Pinto.
LINDA BOTT Ding-a-Ling . ,, greatest honor:
Keyette membership ... she'll never forget
meetingi l . . . favorites include her 1970 Datsun,
dances, the outdoors, graduating and boys
K.'1RE.YBOL'TELLE Kar B. will never
forget speanding a week in Yosemite on afield trip . . .
'likes baclcpacking, tennis and people who enjoy what
they do . . . will attend a liberal arts college . . . greatest
accornplishnzent learning to be hersebf even in the
midst ofa crozcd,
f,'Hl'flfl BOIVER ... BoBo ... will never-forget coed
P16 . . . -future plans include travel . . . enjoys going to
l'fl.lZABl'f TH BOXOLD . .. Beth . .. hopes to make
a career teaching Physical Education . . . a crowded
campus r1ni1'tl1cpeoplearc things she 'll remember.
BARBARA BRADLEY. ,. Barb.
RICHARD BRAUN.. . Rich or Rick . . . plans college
and a career in cartooning will always remember
trying to make it through the crowd to his next class . ..
enjoys swimming, drawing, driving vans, camping and
messing around with art.
RANDALL BRICE ... Randy ... he'll never forget
the orange and balloon fights at lunch . . . likes surfing
and basketball considers being able to surf during
school hours his greatest accomplishment... woutd like
to teach or be apilot.
JIM BROMS . , . Lizard, Beekman . . . plans to replace
Dick Lane as Roller Derby announcer likes body
surfing, Los Angeles, Huntington Beach andgirls Knot in
BONNIE BROWN . .. Bon-Bon ... can neverforget
the office ladies her future includes attending
Golden West College . .. favorites are a 1966 Chevy,
grand-dad's money and boys.
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DEBRA BROWN . .. Debbie ... thinks her greatest
accomplishment is making it through Chemistry and
Physiology in the same year will never forget the
seagulls . .. plans for college likes traveling and
being with goodfriends,
DONNA BROWN Ski-Foot Brown she'll
never forget changing from a drill team uniform to a
football uniform in two minutes flat hopes to
become an astronautess and go to the moon with Bernie,
Soltis and Toledo the Frito.
FREDRICK BROWN Fred will always
remember his friends . . . his greatest accomplishment:
graduating . . . favorites include surfing, swimming and
most other water sports.
CAROLYNBRUCE . . . Susie.
DAVID BR UMMOND ... Jeremiah ... digs
backpacking, hunting, fishing and bitchen guitar solos
greatest accomplishment: never being hit by a
seagull bomb would like to forget Mrs. Dietz 's
Chemistry class . . . hopes to become a veterinarian and
be exceedingly rich and happy.
SI-IERRI BRYANT considers her greatest
accomplishment to be getting into Medical Attendance
class , . . she'll neverforget the crowds . . . would like a
career in nursing,
DAVID BUDGEIV' ... Super Nerfer ... enjoys
surfing, wrestling and bugging Coach Pickford . .. can
never forget cutting his finger off ... counts
understanding Dave lVIoran's language his greatest
accomplishment. ,. plansfor college and the beach.
DIANA BUDNIAK . . . Bud . . . will always remember
the people . .. herfuture includes college and a career as
a dietician . . . favorites are elephants and tennis
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SIIARON HL'RKHf1RT... .Munchkin . .. can never
forget the seagulls and the people may become a
secretary greatest accomplishment: making it
through the year enjoys snow skiing and playing
CINDY BURR US Cat will never forget the
main head... plans to go to college then become a P. O.
. . . likes animals, people and dirt bikes.
JEFFREY BURTON Billy Barty favorites
include banner squad drill team, the tuba and his mace - . -r Q
... hopes to major in music, open a music store and be a 523 E
tuba virtuoso . .. greatest honor: drum major will hit ' if
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accomplishment: rising at six a.m. to get to school . .. 5, Q
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DRU BUTTERFIELD D.A.B. will always
remember the friendliness of the kids at school
greatest accomplishment: transfering to FVHS, then
breaking his leg and having to go to all the activities on
crutches enjoys girls and fighting with Inky
would like aforestry career.
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STEVE CAGLE . .. likes surfing and his van . .. plans
to live in the future feels his greatest success in
having his senior picture taken . . . can never forget the
empty waves 'while everyone's in class. is
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LORI C,-HYTOR would like to go to college and N'
join the Peace Corps ... thinks making it through PE
without ditching her biggest accomplishment wi
nei'erfo1get,Wrs. Cohen 's English class,
C.1THERl.'X'E C.-l.YZO.YE ... Cathy ... her future
includes attending Orange Coast College and travel . . .
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remember the Prom . . . plans to teach retarded children
greatest accomplishment: finding her classes when
shefirst moved here. . . favorites are mountains, sunsets,
beaches and Rick.
DEBORAH CARD Alice will never forget
being the tallest girl in the school. . . she plans marriage
then college . . . enjoys skating, horseback riding, skiing
DEEANNA CARE Y... considers getting her car a big
accomplishment she'll never forget the bad
counselors , .. would like to be a high schoolcounselor or
kindergarten teacher favorites are her car, friends,
mountains and being happy.
BRENDA CAROTHERS CaCa favorites
include Kayuen, friends and her purse greatest
accomplishment: passing her classes plans to move
out . . . she'll neverforget herfreshman year.
DENNIS CARRIERE ... enjoys basketball . .. plans
to attend college.
DAVID CARTER Mad Dog greatest honor:
being elected to student council. . . plans to attend both
Goldenwest College and the University of Miami
can never forget Mr. Gwyn, council and everybody in
Key Club . . . fancies fohn Caldwell's mask.
DEBBIE CARTER Deb can neverforget the
fun of seeing everyone everyday and fighting with Dan
Hall. .. biggest achievement: finishing high school. ..
she wants to see the world and "do the things I want to
do" . . . plans to be a stewardess . . . enjoys guitar, music
MICHELLE CARTER Mike her future
includes working at Fairview State Hospital and living
in Oregon . . . will always remember her first sock-hop
. . . loves horses and her dog, Snuggles.
DAR YL CAUDRY .. . considers his greatest
achievement to be learning . . . can never forget a swim
in the school pool at two in the morning ... would like
to live in the country .. , favors teddy bears, pizza pie
and sail boats.
ROBERT CHAPMAN . .. Bob... will neverforget
football and Coach Petaronsiecy .. . thinks his greatest
achievement was saving ten dollars for three hours . . .
would like to spend a year traveling in a sportster . .
likes motorcycles and parties.
CHRIS'I'OPHIiR CHARL TON . .. Kit . .. greatest
accomplishment: waking up and getting to Drizfer's
Training . .. will neverforget how lame Windy could be
and not know it . .. hopes to be a musician... favorites
are guitar, Hand Canyon, chicks, a good report card and
getting to class on time.
KATHRYNE CHRISTY Tyrolia greatest
accomplishment: competing on the women's gymnastics
team ... plans to continue with gymnastics at UC San
Diego . .. willneoerforget Florida trip with Bonnie and
LEE CLANCY ... considers his greatest
accomplishments to be finishing Chemistry with an A
and completing four years of math will attend
Goldenwest College, then transfer to UC Irvine.
CYNTHIA CLARK . .. Cindy... hopes to become an
airline stewardess or general therapist thinks
graduating her biggest achievement will always
remember the people and Miss Barkelew enjoys
horses and people.
DEEANN CLARK ,.. will remember Marching Band
. . . feels being a GAA Board member one of her biggest
achievements . . . would like to be a Physical Education
teacher . . . likes walks on the beach and performing at
ADRIANA CLYIVE . .. Adri . .. has no future plans,
except to live each day as it comes ... highest honor:
songleader . . . remembers the really great people she had
a chance to know enjoys tennis, football games,
concerts and smiles.
MARK COHEN . .. will ne-verforget food ... plans
to attend college . . . fa-vors sailing.
WENDY COLEMAN... Hot Dog ... greatest
accomplishment: maintaining her three goals she'll
newer forget making .IV cheerleader . . . enjoys the good
times with friends . . . a year in Europe, junior college
then mea' schoolare in herfuture . .. likes making people
laugh, spaghetti, nature and Dale.
JOSEPH COMPTON . ,. foe will newer forget
the smog factory in the band hall greatest
accomplishment: playing French horn with braces on his
teeth plans to attend med school at UCI
favorites are piano, French horn and his dog.
EARLENE CONLA Y... feels her greatest
accomplishment to be holding a boyfriend as long as she
did. . . ,VIr. Tritz and his changing temper in Business
Law will be remembered would like to be a legal
secretary . . . likes dune buggies.
IHICH.-II'fL CO.Y.'X'ALLY .. . ,Mike .. . greatest
accomplishment: two time contestant state speech
tournament . . , plans a career in law . . . enjoys debate,
basketball politics and girls.
DON COOPER .. . feels his greatest accomplishment
to be graduating will attend college enjoys
driving around and being with people.
DEBORAH COOPER.VIA.Y . .. Coop ... herfuture
includes meeting people and attending Orange Coast
College . . . will never forget the different boys she has
liked favorites include concerts, the beach, parties
IXVAIYCY COPELAAYD will always remember
pushing through the crowds to get to class enjoys
skiing, camping and sailing . . . willgo to Catalina to be
a summer camp counselor.
BRIAN CORBOY . .. can newer forget his first lousy
year . .. his future plans include work, school and scuba
diving . . . enjoys sleeping, boogie-ing, getting loaded,
traveling and money.
JOHN CORNELILYS hopes to be a dentist
remembers the hard and dumb classes . . . somefa-rorites
are sports and parties.
PATRICIA COSTA ... Patty .. . feels her greatest
accomplishment is buying a car. . . would like to teach.
ROBERT COTTO Allen bikes are his
favorite things . . . his greatest accomplishment was to
come in to take his senior pictures ... .VIr. Casino and
hisjokes will be remembered.
COREY CREASEY . .. can newer forget the people,
especially IVIr. Bray . . . plansa career in dentistry.7EQj125
WILLIAM CROWELL . .. Bill.
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MICHAEL D'AN.'N'A Dilemma considers
graduating his greatest accomplishment . .. will newer
forget all those stupid nicknames ... plans college ...
enjoys the beach, mountains and the simple things in life.
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RICYHARD DAIXIIVER Rick . .. he'll neverforget
arguing with the PE coaches .. . considers 'finding the
person I've been waiting for" a great accomplishment . ..
hopes to work at Fairview State Hospital.. . likes cars,
helping people ana' chicks.
KIM DAVEY Gidget plans to continue her
education . . . will neverforget not getting caught going
to Pup and Taco at lunch . .. greatest accomplishment:
Varsity Chain Crew for .two years likes skiing,
football and Ron.
JANET DAVIDSON Jae remembers being
head statfor water polo and swim team . .. would like to
teach Physical Education ... loves swimming and
making people happy.
RAND Y DAVIS will neverforget wrestling . . . thinks
making it through school his greatest accomplishment
... likes wrestling, foxy girls andfood.
DANIEL DAY ... Dickyl . .. feels getting his car a
great accomplishment can never forget losing his
chick after one day . . . would like to be a hairdresser.. .
favorites are his car and the "boys"l
ROBERTA DE LA CUESTA Bert likes
sunsets, people and the ocean greatest
accomplishment: going to Spain last summer she'll
never forget finally meeting Woop plans to travel
and maybe live in Europe.
ROGER DEIVIERS ... feels his greatest
accomplishment was working at Fairview State Hospital
will work at Fairview in a paying job his
favorite thing: praising God.
BARBARA DERR Y. .. hopes to be a veterinarian
-INTOINETTE DIIVIARIA . .. Toni
DEBRA DIAZ . .. Debbie.
IXEZ DIAZ Petunia hopes to go to business
school and travel 'will always remember .VIr.
lfrenslzau- .favorites include going to the beafll.
nzceting new people and I..i.
U.-lRK DIE TSCHE . .. Steve . .. can neverforget the
school feels his greatest accomplishment was
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and losing the Lord twice would like to forget as
much ofschoolas he can... hisfafuorite thing: losing the
THOMAS DIETZ Tom hopes to attend
college will never forget the mass of people
greatest achievement: not getting stepped on the last
three years . . . favorites are women, the beach and fun.
DAN DIFFIE Dif . . . plans to become rich and
famous or famous and rich .. . greatest success: going
the opposite way during the rush to class and sur'i'i7.fing
he likes watching people, sports and motorcycle
KATHERINE DINEEN ... Kitten ... can newer
forget falling down the office steps with a dress on . . .
would like to teach elementary school enjoys
baseball volleyball and especially dancing.
WENDY DOOLEY Doodles greatest
accomplishment: changing in the locker room without
suffocating or turning green . . . can't forget how people
change in a short time . .. would like to work in forestry
enjoys Sierra backpacking, watching rodeos,
Kennedy Meadows andfishing.
MONICA DRAEGER ... feels her greatest
accomplishment to be graduating twice . . . will always
remember Mike, Donna, Mark and everybody else
plans to mess around a lot and teach favorites are
cars and people who drive them.
MILLIE DUARTE . .. plans to go to college... will
always remember her great friends and the school
meeting the people here in California is her greatest
accomplishment enjoys skiing, basketball 'volleyball
KATHLEEN DUDREY ... Supe ... greatest
accomplishment: coming to school with a hango-ver five
days in a row . ., can neverforget being caught after two
yearsforging notes. . . plans to major in journalism, keep
up her sinister lifestyle likes Moody Blues, HHot
Rocks" and men.
I1,4.'VIEI.,4 EMI TON' ... Pam ... will always
remember Drivers' Ed . , . would liks to teach science or
the Bible in elementary school ... enjoys science,
ceramics and PE.
Iff4RI3flRfl EBLI Barb can never forget a
womens lib debate thinks graduating her greatest
accomplishment . .. loves animals andpeople.
STE VEN ECCLES . .. Steve... would like to go into
engineering remembers Monday mornings, Friday
afternoons and the girls, favors music, bicycle riding and
GREGORY EDLAND Greg his favorite
things are cars.
LAURA EDLUND ... feels her greatest
accomplishment in teaching pre-schooland being married
. .. will remember getting up at 6:30 am . .. plans to
teach and raise her ownfamily . . . enjoys relaxing.
iBRI14N EDWARDS Lopez Oicfghgreatest honor:
MVP in football his sophomore andfrdshman years . ..
his future includes surfing and pro baseball can't
forget when the surf was ten feet and offshore . . . likes
wine, women and waves.
STEVEN EGGERS Steve plans to attend
Coldenwest College and work will remember the
narcs . .. feels his great accomplishment was getting out
. . enjoys cars, bikes and spending money.
NORMA EOLETT . .. Egg or Omelet... can never
forget changing clothes in Carol's car speeding K65 mphj
to a banquet would like to be a social worker or
interior decorator likes Italian food, the Moody
KIRDENA ELDRED ... Dino .,. biggest
accomplishment: coed football quarterback . . . plans to
marry, have four boys and become an airline ticket agent
. .. likes messing around skiing and kissing.
STEVEN ELLERMXIN . .. Steve . .. can'tforget his
first year in high school... his future is with the Navy
. . . likes his manygoodfriends.
VERNA ELLIOTT can never forget the people
she met . . . her greatest accomplishment was deciding on
a career.. . she would like to be a physical therapist . ,.
enjoys cats, people, guitar and piano.
RICHARD ELY. .. Rick... likes his van,foxy chicks
and money hopes to get rich quick then relax
remembers the crowds and parties.
.WO.'X'IC.i ESPl,'N'OZfl ... Ducky... greatest
accomplishrnent: being Tzeitel in Eiddler . . . can never
forget the practicaljokes she helped D.S. pull. . . would
like to see the world . . . enjoys drama, dancing, rapping
SHERRYE EIQ-INS . . . Tex .. . plans college then a
career as a psychological technician she'll never
forget wearing o wig to schooland Dan .Waltby pointing
and saying "It's a wigf" . . . -favors country people and
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enjoys parties, the beach and mountains hopes to
move to the country.
LORI FAGERGREX ... Lou Fag ... likes
basketball kids, baby cookies and assemblies . . . thinks
staying on drill team three years her greatest
accomplishment . .. can newer forget pulling her muscle
doing the splits . .. plans to major in Special Education
at B. Y. U
JOHN FAHRENKRUG ... feels his greatest
accomplishment is graduating is not sure of his
future plans . . . enjoys bumming around.
DEBBIE FALNIOE ... will always remember the
terrific iVIrs. Berg greatest accomplishments:
graduating as ajunior, marrying Eric and being a florist
will continue being a housewife ... loves Eric,
sailing, snow and the beach.
JULIE FALJVIOE ... feels her greatest
accomplishment in speech remembers taking
sweepstakes at O. CC. by 34 points and being Speaker of
the Tournament likes iVIike, football games and
working with little kids.
BARBARA FARBER Barb and B-Barb
greatest accomplishment: surz'i-ring two years of Speech
Club with the Red-headed Wonder . .. she'll remember
Choir with lVIr, .Vloore . .. likes the country and simple
down-to-earth people . . . will attend Florida Christian
YVONNE FARRELL ... will neverforget her drama
experiences . .. greatest honor: drill team captain
hopes to major in theatre arts likes people and
WAIXr'DA FERNI-IOLZ plans to attend Orange
Coast College thinks finishing high school her
greatest accomplishment . . . will always remember all
the people . .. likesfootballgames andfun.
K.4'I'H Y FIAS TAD . . . can newer forget the school's
cruddy and fattening food greatest achievement:
being on the honor roll . .. will marry in February ...
KAREN FLEES Kipy would like to be a
probation officer will never forget her ten speed
bicycle getting ripped off... not ditching Mr. Bowen's
crafts class is her greatest accomplishment .. . likes the
beach, parties and being herseU
DENNIS FLEIVIING . .. Denny ... enjoys riding his
motorcycle, hunting and swimming . . . plans to attend
college for two years then go to a trade school.
KENNETH FORCE ... Ken... greatest
accomplishments: school mascot and a Varsity Soccer
Letter ... won't forget being a 4' I0"freshman with a
top locker . . . plans a career in graphic arts .. , likes
chocolate chip ice cream and girls,
RUNNIE FRANK... Rhonda... thinks her greatest
achievement was getting through the art classes
remembers her senior year ... plans junior college
likes guys and art.
DONNA FRANTZ Donnie likes ice cream
and boys Iespecially someone in bandj . . . greatest honor:
solo lbatonj twirler remembers trying to get good
grades in Chemistry and Physiology . .. plans to enter
CHRISTINE I"REIWALD . .. Chris ... feels her
greatest accomplishment in graduating . . . will always
remember the people... hopes to get afull time job . . .
likes tennis and Pete.
MARY FRENCH... Spuds . .. feels getting her head
straightened out from this mixed-up place a big
achievement will remember Pit, CaCa and Da've's
car . .. will travel and go to college .. . favorites are
people, turquoise andfun.
GLENN I"RIIfDRICI'I . . . plans to attend college , ..
enjoys skiing and wrestling.
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CYNTHIA FRIZZELL can never forget all the
water fights in her Food class will major in
Computer Programming at UC Irvine faziors big
dogs, Italian andllflexican food.
LES FL'Jllt'ARA ... Fuji feels his greatest
accomplishment was buying faulty equipment
almost getting killed by a student driver is something
l1e'll remember plans to attend college enjoys
rock music and experzsi-z'e stereo systems.
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GER! GALLAGHER thinks making it through
the crowded conditions a success . .. won't forget losing
to Edison and her sis H71 K. Gallagher ... will attend
Goldenwest College hopes to teach loves
KATHERINE GALLAGHER ... Kathy ...
greatest accomplishment: finding another Gallagher . . .
will always remember the weird teachers and sister G.
Gallagher enjoys water skiing, football and people
. . . plans to raise horses.
CARLOS GALLEGOS would like to become a
paramedic . . . he won't easily forget hisfriends . . . feels
making it through school a great achievement . . . enjoys
being with friends and working on cars.
DAVID GARCIA... Dave... plans to attend college
his favorite things are cars, friends, teachers, drag
races and girls Knot in orderj .. . thinks graduating his
MARK GARFIELD . .. Garf. . . will neverforget the
cafeteria food! . . . biggest achievement: being president
of his grammar school , .. would like to play professional
baseball. . . hisfavorite thing is participating in sports.
JANE GIBBONS Gibby thinks her greatest
accomplishment was keeping her teeth she won't
forget the parties, Mr. Harris, the prom and f.R.
will eventually become a nurse . . . loves baby animals,
pooh bears, realfriends and night sounds.
DEBORAH GIESBRECHY . .. Smiley . .. "learning
a little of everything and remembering it" is a big
achievement. . . enjoys mountains, friendship and love.
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BRIAN GOBLE . .. will remember "the tons and tons
of people" at school . .. likes girls, concerts, swimming,
movies, dancing and girls . , . biggest accomplishment:
getting through Wir. lVIittelman's Algebra class
hopes to become a high school counselor or a social
ISREAL GONZALES Speedy thinks his
biggest success was never getting busted at school . . .
will remember his friends and Shelly Dee plans
college . . . likes girls, girls and Mr. Leonard's PE class.
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VIOLET GONZALES will always remember
meeting Mrs. Berg, her counselor . . . being happy with
life is her greatest accomplishment plans to work,
travel and hopefully marry . . . likes blue, Oldies fsongsj
JOHN GOODNIGHT "During my high school
years, I discovered the one thing that makes all life worth
living - .lesus Christlu he hopes "others willfind
the peace thatl havefound in Him."
SANDRA GRAY ... Sande ... great
accomplishments: participating in Keyettes, making
friends and taking six art classes . . . she'll never forget
Mr. Cornaby's lecture on patriotism .. . hopes to study
art and travel. .. likes sunsets, movies, eating, music and
having a good time.
RUSTY GREAVES . .. making it to the twehfth grade
his biggest accomplishment .. . he'll always remember
the girls his future includes racing enjoys
drawing and working on his truck.
MANOLA GRIMES . .. willneverforgetfriends Lisa,
Christy and Sue and "the fun we had" biggest
accomplishment: passing her freshman year . .. enjoys
waterskiing, horses, the beach and people . . . plans to be
GWENDOL YN GRISWOLD . .. Gwen . .. greatest
accomplishment: getting out of high school . ,. she'll
never forget getting in plans 'going to college to
paint my way through life as an interior designer" . . .
likes art, sports and life.
BARRY HABERNIAN greatest honor: Coronet
Award nomination .. . will always remember winning
Homecoming plans to attend Goldenwest College
favorites include bowling, going to the beach and
having a good time,
IAAVE HADLEY . .. Holmes... enjoys the outdoors,
being with friends and Joshua . ,. will always remember
"Vicki" ... thinks graduating her greatest
accomplishment . . . plans to attend college.
D.-I.Y1EL H.-ILL ... Dan ... greatest
accomplishment: 'Abeing rnyseU'in the largest schoolwest
ofthe llississippi River" . . . will never forget finding
his interests . . . art, music and happiness are favorites
... plans to do his own thing.
RICKY I-IALVORSEN ... Rick ... enjoys fishing,
hiking and the environment ... greatest
accomplishment: being in the band remembers the
footballgames . . . plans to become aforest ranger.
JEFFREY HAMILTON Jeff counts his
greatest accomplishment as getting a C in .'VIrs. Dietz 's
"nice " class . . . will nezferforgetfreshman football . . .
plans to be great and modest . .. his favorite thing is
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LA URIE HANNA ... will never forget sleeping
through classes and Uncle I-Ioistie greatest
accomplishment: getting a parking space she plans
getting some sleep while attending college,
LUANN HANSEN . . . Bucketts . ., will newerforget
Mrs. Reider's history class and all the surfers on the hill
she will attend Goldenwest College .. . loves the
beach, Irish Setters and nature at its best.
MARCIA HARDIN. ., will nefuerforget all the people
running around . .. would like to work with retarded
children.. . likes meeting people and money.
PATRICIA HARLAN... Pat... greatest
accomplishment: graduating with an above a-verage
GPA remembers the Fall Varsity Speech
Tournament plans to attend college likes
writing and English classes.
SHARON I-IARLAN . .. Shar Har or McFarlan ...
greatest accomplishment: being nominated for a
Coronet, making drill team and badminton team in one
year . . . remembers the friends being around to care . . .
likes stars, laughter and football games hopes to
become an orthodontisfs assistant.
RICHARD HART biggest accomplishmentgj
graduating . . . he likes surfing and handball. . . plans tod
attend college and work.
MICHAEL HARTSFIELD . .. Flip ... won'tforget
being hailed each time he parked in a red zone
greatest achievement: not ditching the first two years of
high school . .. likes girls, cars and money .. . plans to
go thejunior college.
LEONARD I-IARVILL ... Greg ... will always
remember the seagulls . . . getting to class at least once a
week is his great accomplishment . . . favorites are girls,
cars and ditching class.
STEVE HASKELL ... thinks getting through school
his biggest accomplishment . . . enjoys sports.
CYNTHIA HATCH . ,. Cindi . . . growing up is her
greatest accomplishment . . . will never forget being in
Marching Band plans to attend junior college.
hopes to become a secretary . . . loves animals and
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sehool . .. making it through in one piere is her biggest
success . .. she hopes to travel then attend college . . .
likes the beach,
RICHARD HATFIELD Superfly thinks his
greatest accomplishment was getting a Super Baron eara'
free . . . likes Beaver Valley, Noolzie andthe Bearh Boys
plans to further his intellertual and physieal
exrellenfe and enjoy life. if 3- H Q 'R
JUNE llf'1'Yl'lURST . ., will newerforget the clay she
graduates . . . plans to attend University ofSan Diego at
JULIE HEPYFNER ... Bernie ... u'on't forget
ehanging from a football to drill team uniform for half
time . . . biggest honor: varsity football, fifth string . . .
enjoys sfruneh bars . ., is going to the moon with Ski-
KAVTHRYN HEFLEY ... Kath or Heffer ...
remem bers dressing up for Nifty-Fifties Week . . . toilet
papering with Christmas ana' Pat ... serving on Girl's
League Boara' four years her greatest afhiezfernent
will attend G.lflffC. she likes smiling faces, beach
sunsets and tall green grass.
Ji-LVIES HEL.WflN lim ... likes sports and
animals . .. would like to attena' CC Da-vis and berorne
a -veterinarian . . . larsity Cross Country is his biggest
arhiewement will newer forget some of the cool
ROBl.'X' HENDERSON' . .. Byrd . .. can newerforget
her "Rowing Reefer Canoe Trip" in .'Vlr. LHfKj',S
History vlass feels finishing high sehool a great
sui'i'ess-. .. ivoulzl tike to teaeh Physical Education . . .
enjoys mountains, eanzpfires ana' people,
lIlfBR.l HENDRIX Debbie will remember
the gooil times she had at football games . . . thinks
grailuating her biggest afmrrzplishment likes boys,
football anil parties.
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.Xlanaging lfilitor of Le .Wo t her greatest
iirrrirrzfilislzrnent . . . shell never forget the i'rou'a's . . .
plans to rnrifor in .lozirnalism or Serretarial Seienres.
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the girls his favorite things are cars and girls . . .
ELLEN HERDRICH ... feels her biggest
accomplishment was being head stat for Boys' Tennis
team . .. will never forget giving the team captain his
trophy . . . would like to be a veterinarian . . . favorites
are shakes and tennis.
BRUCE I-IERIVANDEZ . . . enjoys cars and sports. ..
plans to go to Goldenwest College . .. thinks finishing
school is his biggest accomplishment.
STEVEN HICKMAN. . . will neverforget getting up
in the morning to go to school never having any
homework is his big success he plans to attend a
STUART HICKMAN. . . enjoys surfing, camping and
relaxing ,. . he'll never forget the people . .. considers
getting his VW running a big achievement ... plans to
work andgo to college.
CLAY HILDENBRANDT ... Sunshine ... thinks
'getting that diploma" his greatest achievement . . . will
neverforget the stupid nickname . . . hopes to sleep for a
year. . . hisfavorite thing is the car he didn't have.
TIMOTHY HILL ... feels his three years on Varsity
Basketball is his greatest accomplishment plans to
attend college. . . enjoys sports and camping.
PAMELA I-IIPPLER ... Pam ... likes dancing,
skiing and the beach . . . will always remember the silly
thing she did at lunch with her friends .. . getting her
braces off was her greatest accomplishment . . . plans to
attend college and try to get into dancing.
KAREN HIRSHMAN . .. Short . . . feels her greatest
accomplishment was finding parking spaces she'll
neverforget Sambo's . . . herfavorite thing is Richard C.
Smith . . . she plans to dance and get married.
MARK HOEPTNER ... thinks his greatest
accomplishment was passing Geometry will never
forget the girls plans to go to Goldenwest College
enjoys scuba, surfing, horses and getting out of
STEVE HOGAN can never forget Rex he
plans to go into forestry his favorite things are
volleyball scuba diving and surfing,
!.Al.X'1i T HORICAI TH . . . Scranet . . . graduating is her
greatest accomplishment plans to travel to Hawaii
next spring likes looking at the boys at the beach,
travel and eating,
LINDA HOSKINS will never forget when her
sister made Varsity Cheerleader . . . she plans to travel
and model. . . enjoys partying, skiing and camping.
MELVINHOUGH... Mel... feelsfinding Christ is
his greatest accomplishment . .. will neverforget the big
stack of barrels on the gym they couldn't get down ...
likes girls, art, music, sports andpeople . .. plans to be an
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DONALD HUGHES Yackey Doodle Duck
remembers the senior patio in 1972 portraying the
beggar in Fiddler was his greatest accomplishment . . .
likes flashy clothes, sports cars, mansions, money and
girls . . . plans to take ofuer the US government or be a
rock' n'roll star.
VERONICA HUMPHREY... plans to see the world
thinks her greatest accomplishment was staying
awake through first period after rising at 6:15 am. .. .
will never forget being locked out of Art and German ll
. .. remembers Lori, Debbie, Laurie and Jane . . . likes
cotton candy, ferris wheels and puppies.
DONNA HUMRIGHOU'SE feels graduating in
January is her greatest accomplishment . .. she'll
remem ber the football games, Monica, Donna and all the
Mikes ... enjoys fast cars and music . . . plans to work,
attend college and mozfe out.
ANTHONY HUNT... Tony . .. will remember the
senior patio in 1972 .. . greatest accomplishment: being
in Fiddler and Taming ofthe Shrew . .. he plans to be a
music major . , . favors music, karate, dressy clothes,
friends and veins.
DANA HUNTER . . . enjoys sur-Hng, girls and water
polo ... he plans to attend UC Irvine or San Diego ...
will remember all the girls and some bad teachers . ..
greatest accomplishment: Varsity Water Polo team.
GL ORIA HY.WES .,. Glor . .. can never forget all
her strange friends . ,. thinks graduating is her biggest
accomplishment plans college enjoys drawing
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CLIFTON JEFFERY ... Ralph ... remembers
coming in first in Business Skills at a district tournament
thinks keeping sane and getting good grades his
biggest accomplishments ... plans to become an
accountant. . . favorite thing is not the cafeteriafood.
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DEBRA JOHAV,YSSO.Y Debbie feels getting
through her Spanish classes was a big accomplishment
remembers the fun football games .. . likes guitar
and tennis will go to B. Y. lf. and plans to teach
WlLL1AiW JOHXCOX ... Bill .. . greatest
accomplishment: graduating . .. he plans to attend
LE AN,N'JOHNSOfN'. . . feels getting up at 5:45 is her
greatest accomplishment she'll newer forget when
Mr. Moore changed hairstyles plans to attend
Goldenwest then transfer to UC lr-vine . . . likes music,
sewing and the beach.
TERRY JOHNSON ... .Vlister Terry ... thinks
almost never getting caught at anything a great
accomplishment she'll remember the men, parties
and their beloved Nfr. Harris . . . plans to stay single for
a while likes racing bikes, the dawn, nice guys,
camping, sunsets and being happy.
LUCKY JONKER ... greatest accomplishment:
thinking of what to write next to his senior picture .. .
can't forget all the girls swarming all ower the campus
. . . plans to go to college and watch more girls swarming
over the campus . . . enjoys having fun and football
GARY JORDAN . . . fauors motorcycles, sports and
fun things ... remembers making it through school. . .
feels playing baseball under Coach Wood his greatest
accomplishment. . . plans to attend college.
IRV KAPLAN' . .. remembers his trip to Nevada on a
cross country trip . . . greatest accomplishment: 'getting
better grades than I thought" . . . likes photography and
HEID1 KARCH . . . can ne-ver forget the huge mass of
people . .. she plans to travel and attend junior college
. .. herfasuorite things are people and the outdoors.
EDDIE KATZ greatest accomplishment: making
Varsity Volleyball . . . will always remember winning
Homecoming hopes to go to college likes
volleyball basketball and his car.
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LARRY KELLEY Freight Train biggest
honor: first trumpet in i'VIarching Band . . . will never
forget stage band . .. likes Ellen . . . plans to become a
pediatrician or surgeon.
CRAIG KENYON . .. Capt'n Crunch enjoys his
ffifndi, good time boogie music, sunshine and the ocean
. .. remembers Dr. White's first period Physiology class
. .. greatest accomplishment: getting his head together
. .. plans college,
DA VID KILPXITRICK ... Killer... biggest
achievement: "getting where I am today." he
remembers Fiddler, March 22, 1973, Christmas 72',
carwigs and room 122 . . . favorites are Neil Diamond,
animals, sports, the beach, sunsets andpeople.
RUSSELL KING... Rusty,
LINDA KIRCI-INER plans to go into a medical
field . . . she will newer forget the people .. . favorites
are animals , . , art and horseback riding.
IVIICH.fIEL KISIIVGER ... Capt. Gross-out ...
knowing Jackie is his greatest accomplishment . .. will
nefoerforget giving freshman milk shampoos . . . favorite
thing: Jackie . ., hopes to be a doctor.
MITCHELL KISINGER .Witch not getting
bustedfor speeding is his greatest accomplishment . .. he
plans to attend Scripps Institute of Technology and
major in Oceanography likes motorcycles, bod
surfing, Odessa and Kathy!
PII l'L KIZ.-INIS ... Beaver ... greatest
accomplishment: witnessing to others about Christ . ..
remembers the girls' , . . enjoys reading and the lofoe he
has for God hopes to become a minister 'will
attend Life Bible College.
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RICHELLE KNERR Sweetie being on drill
team is her greatest accomplishment ... remembers
going to a football game and everyone jumping on her
when her boyfriend made a touchdown . . . favorites are
the beach and I2 rnillimicrorneters.
CRAIG KODERA likes flying, painting, hiking,
swimming and girls will never forget Mr. Hoist
tripping the library fire alarm greatest
accomplishment: passing the whole aeronautics program
fall two classesj plans to attend UCLA . . . would
like to be an airline pilot.
KAY KONICEK can never forget going to
wrestling tournaments with the 'girlsn . . . her greatest
accomplishment is graduating ... will travel and attend
college enjoys working at Fairview and summer-
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MARTHA KOUKIOS ... likes horses and music...
thinks getting an A in government was a big success . . .
will attend Goldenwest College . .. hopes to have ajob
working with horses.
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BARBARA LACY... Barb .. . thinks being on Drill
Team is her greatest accomplishment . . . plans to major
in business . . . enjoysfootballgames and going camping.
CHARISSE LAGESE will never forget "Band a-
ten-hut!", etc. hopes to study law greatest
accomplishment: being able to truthfully say she loves
everyone on campus she has met . . . likes people, music,
friends, fresh ain the ocean and its breeze.
SUZANNE LAGINESS . .. enjoys sun, surf snow and
Mikey . . . hopes to become a court reporter.
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BRIAN LAMBDEN . .. Chi-brops . .. feels holding a
brown belt in karate is his greatest accomplishment . . .
he'll never forget Mrs. Dietz .. . plans to travel for a
year, then attend a university and become a surgeon .. .
favors scuba, mountain climbing, sports cars and playing
CAR OL LANGE . .. feels making Banner Squad is her
flffflfest accomplishment . . . will always remember her
first kiss' . .. plans to teach and spend three months
backpacking in the Sierras .. . enjoys guitar, boys and
ICARIN LANKFORD ... likes kittens, .lohn Alan and
ice cream cones remembers a kiss after a football
game . . .' thinks not having any classes with her sister is
a bigachievement . . . plans to attend college and marry.
RICK LARKIN ... Big Fellow ... greatest
accomplishment: three years on Varsity Wrestling
remember his first wrestling match . . . likes sports, girls
WENDY LARKIN . .. remembers walking from class
to class reminded her of Disneyland on a crowded day
. .. greatest accomplishment: graduating ,. . enjoys
water skiing, partying at the river and getting into nature
. . . plans to kickback, travel and be herseU
PATRICIA LARR . .. Patty ... greatest honor: Drill
Team Capt. ... will neverforget when Roy Torr's mom
found her drill team trunks in his car hopes to
become a Medical Receptionist and eventually marry . . ,
favorites are Marc, being rowdy with band and drill
team, and with herfriends.
MICHAEL LAVERDURE Mike thinks
getting dressed up for senior pictures on a windy day his
biggest accomplishment . . . won't forget the guy who
ripped off with his PE clothes three years in a row . ..
plans to become an architect enjoys water skiing,
handballand hang gliding.
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MICHAEL LEAR ... Mike ... greatest
accomplishment: getting fairly good grades doing no
work whatsoever will never forget posing for his
senior pictures with Levis and barefeet . . . enjoys going
to football and basketball games.
RAYMOND LEBLOND ... Ray... likes
motorcycles, cars and girls .. . future includes the Air
Force and ROTC . . . feels his biggest accomplishment
is in academics . .. won't forget the best school he has
LOIS LECKIE remembers being dumped in the
trash can . .. likes Jeff the beach and volleyball . . . will
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Ik'RISTIfI.Y LEEDS Kris thinks becoming a
senior was her greatest accomplishment . . . herfavorite
thing is "Henry" the Gibson .. . will always remember
Kit Charlton and Neal Young . . . plans to teach music
or become a professional singer.
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DE.-IN LESICKO . .. Allred . .. enjoys music, eating
quarters, the ocean and listening flying a Led
Zeppelin is his biggest accomplishment ... will
rpm,-mb,-r to forget to remember what has already been
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BARBARA LEWIS Barbino .. greatest
accomplishment: finding a parking space . . . will never
forget ditching school and going to tlze snow with Kim,
then getting caught .. . plans to go down the Colorado
River. .. likes sewing.
KAREN LEWIS enjoys tennis, music, Our Boys
and going home . .. will neverforget all the things she
was going to do and say butforgot . .. beind head stat is
her greatest accomplishment plans to learn to play
LINDA LEYKO .. . will never forget being a
freshman .. . feels graduating is her greatest
accomplishment ... likes B.B., the Champ,
summertime, tapioca pudding and the late late show . . .
hopes to go to school and get ajob.
DEBRA LICARI Debbie remembers being
bombed by seagulls at lunch greatest achievement:
Drill Team, three years . . . enjoys being around a lot of
people, music, making friends and performing on Drill
Team . . . plans to attend college then get ajob, travel
and meet new people.
RHONDA LIMBURG ... Ronnie... biggest
achievement: getting the same parking spot every day
... remembers her two Coronet Award nominations...
hopes to attend law school.
MELODY LINDSEY . .. DeeDee ... remembers all
her friends under the tree . .. passing Chemistry and
math is her biggest accomplishment . . . plans to attend
college and travel enjoys tennis, water skiing, the
beach and nature.
TOM LINDSEY . .. being chosen to compete in the
state FBLA Convention is his greatest achievement . . .
will never forget teaching Business Management
hopes to get a degree in accounting.
JAMES LIPOT . . . R.ff.R.F .... will remember stage
band thinks walking around on crutches for three
weeks his biggest accomplishment . . , hopes to enter the
law profession . . . favors his S450 silver trumpet, guitar
SANDRA LOCKARD . .. Sandy . .. will neverforget
waiting in line trying to register plans to get a job
and leave home . . . enjoys parties.
VICKIE LOCKARD thinks finishing high school
hergreatest accomplishment . . . plans to leave home . . .
waiting in line to register will be remembered. . . enjoys
water skiing andgoing to parties.
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,VIICHAEL L UCIA lVIike feels that being
elected Key Club Governor for the California-Nezfada-
Hawaii District is his greatest accomplishment his
most traumatic experience while in school was watching
Bobby Riggs lose to Billy Jean King . .. plans to attend
the US. Air Force Academy and become aflight officer
.. . especially enjoys Key Club Conventions and girls.
WILLIAM LUCKOW ... Bill... greatest
accomplishment is getting up for school each morning
remembers especially the basketball games against
Corona Del Mar . .. he plans to become an electronic
technician enjoys most of all the friendship of the
LORRAINE LUCOSTIC Lupi feels that
becoming a songleader and meeting her man were her
biggest accomplishments will never forget Mr.
'I'olman and his 'freeu F's along with the pep assemblies
. .. plans to attend afour year college, major in PE, and
get married . . . her favorites include Billy and German
Chocolate ice cream.
DEBRA LUSK ... Debbie... whose greatest
accomplishments were making it across campus in the
rain without being tardy and getting through
Chemistry . . . will always remember the first dance of
her sophomore year, junior year locker partner and all her
friends plans to go to Hawaii and then attend a
junior college likes her boyfriend Tom, the beach,
sunsets, flowers and puffy white clouds.
DAN LUTTRELL ... Dan... being captain of the
water polo team was his greatest accomplishment . . . the
person he'll remember most is Raymond Bray . . . plans
to attend Goldenwest College . . . likes girls, Water Polo
games and parties.
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DAVID MACKLEY . .. Dave or "lVIugs' ... feels his
greatest accomplishment was playing football and not
i"drowning" homework at the same time . . . will newer
forget all the "rowdy" people who sat on the steps ...
plans to go to college and play more football V. . - f'flJ0.V5
people, the outdoors, traveling and doing exciting things.
JANICE IVIAEDA fan will newer forget the
crowd . . . plans to travel and enjoy the "simple things in
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accomplishment was working at Disneyland . . . will
ne-ver forget his grade point ascerage . .. plans to go into
f,,n,5gfy . , , likes music andfishing.
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CI-IERYL MANCHESTER feels graduating in
three years was her biggest accomplishment
remembers being afreshman and herfriends . . . plans to
attend college and become a teacher enjoys being
ALEXANDRIA MANDARINO ... Alexis ...
whose greatest accomplishment was driving her car on
the footballfield . .. will remember most the days you
could see the mountain tops over the cafeteria roof. ..
plans to go on to college and major in theater her
favorite things include Mr. Wood and the drama
department and raindrops on roses.
DIANE MARCUS . .. Toots . .. thinks getting out or
graduating is her greatest accomplishment . . . will never
forget herfreshman year... plans to get married in fuly
. . . enjoys water skiing and going to parties.
PAMELA MATHIES . .. Pam . .. feels her greatest
accomplishment is graduating . . . the one person she'll
neverforget in school is David Otott . . . plans to fall in
love with a million billion dollar foxy guy likes
RICHARD MATSON . .. Rick... not much was his
greatest accomplishment he feels the thing he'll
remember most is getting hit with a water polo
backboard likes music and women among other
DAVID MATSUO Dave getting to class on
time was his greatest accomplishment . .. will never
forget chemistry . . . plans to attend college.
NATHAN MC ADAMS Nate feels his
greatest accomplishment was never getting hit by the
seagulls . . . he'll never forget breaking his finger in his
senior year plans to work as a game warden
enjoys water polo and birdwatching.
WILLIAM MCADOO Bill... feels his greatest
accomplishment certainly wasn't graduating will
always remember all the good people he met and Mr,
Bray plans to attend lhopefullyj the Air Force
Academy and go into wildlife conservation his
favorite things include Lisa, hunting and getting out of
KENNETH MC BRIDE ... Ken . .. whose greatest
accomplishment was getting through school in one piece
. . . will neverforget Coach Bray . . . enjoysflying.
PATRICK MC CARTI-IY . . . Pat or Putt ... feels
his greatest accomplishment was surviving four years of
Coach Bray will never forget Coach Bray his
future plans are to rest . . . favorites include Coach Bray
CY.Y'I'HlA .WC CLAIN ... Ricki ... feels that
graduating as ajunior without Dr. Berger's permission is
her greats! accomplishment ... the one thing in school
shc'll never forget is Clarence Kelley's touchdown in PE
. .. plans to go to UCLA to become a lawyer and then
marry "you know who". . . herfavorite things: guys,
DEBORAH MC CULLOUGH... Debbie...
thinks her greatest accomplishment is attending school
allfour years . .. she'll always remember 4th period PE
plans to become a dental assistant .. . likes water
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ELIZABETH MC DONALD . .. Trish ...feels her
greatest accomplishments were getting out of Mr.
McVicker's Algebra class and holding the record for the
most excuses to go to Mr. I-Ioagland's office .. . thinks
she'll never forget the traffic while changing classes . . .
would like to go to college and become a teacher or
counselor . . . her favorites include Dave and stock car
DELBERT MC KINLEY ... Del or Mac who
feels his greatest accomplishment is doing nothing .. .
enjoys sitting around the one thing in school he'll
neverforget is sitting in the bat cave??
DEBORAH MC LAIN Debbie or giggles
getting an "A" in american goverment is her greatest
accomplishment . . . feels the thing in school she'll never
forget is hitting Mr. Camp in the head with her baton
. . . would like to either get married or become an x-ray
technician . . . likes Denny, backpacking, swimming and
DEAN MC NAIR . ., who feels that going through his
first day ofdriver's training without hitting anything lor
anybodyf was his greatest accomplishment . .. will never
forget being saxophone section leader in the Marching
Band... plans to attend Long Beach State and become a
music teacher. . . hisfavorite thing is music.
KE VIN MC NELLY . .. thinks that getting up in the
morningwwas his biggest accomplishment . . . will always
remember his English teacher, Mrs. Kelly . . . plans to
become a carpenter . . . enjoys girls, parties and vans.
CYNTHIA MERRICK Cindy feels her
greatest accomplishment was meeting people and
becoming involved in Student Activities . ,. she'll never
forget the time that Mark and Rick threw her in a trash
can during lunch . . . would like to go to college, get a
job, and travel with her friends . . . her favorite things
include her friends, football games parades, Water Polo,
and being the Band-Aid.
BON,X'lE IVIEUNIER Barney who feels her
greatest accomplishments are graduating ana' staying
sober will never forget all the ditching she did
withoutgetting caught , . . future plans include working
and going to college likes drinking, parties and
l'If7LLI.-HI .WE YER Bill or Stub will never
forget the fruit fights in the cafeteria plans to
-beiionzr a C. P..-l,, girl monger ana' professional bum . . .
feels lettering three years in a row was his greatest
accomplishment enjoys Seagrarns Seven Crown,
chopping people c1'o'zi'n and being conceited.
,l,1'.X' .UlLA.U ,.. Sugar . .. remembers all the people
boppin -f17'OllfllI. . . likes painting, writing, listening.
DIANA NIILLER who feels that getting to know
and accept Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior was her
greatest accomplishment plans to attend a state
college and become a nurse.
SUSAN MILLER . .. Susie , .. will neverforget all of
herfriends and the surfers standing on the hill . . . plans
to become a nursery school teacher . . . feels her greatest
accomplishment is to marry Rick ... her favorites
include diamonds, swimming and Rick.
DEBBIE MILLS . .. Little Debbie . ., whose greatest
accomplishment was growing five inches in four years
... plans to attend college, then an art school... likes
rainy days, riding bikes, drawing, gymnastics and being
with her friends . . . she'll ne-ver forget the day she fell
flat on her head off the uneven bars.
ROSEMARIE MIRABELLA Ro or Rose . . .
thinks she'll neverforget all the friends she made while a
FVHS plans to become a cartoonist or jockey . ..
loves horseback riding and art, people and animals
feels her greatest accomplishment was meeting people.
KATHLEENMITCI-IELL . . . will always remember
Mr. Tritz and Mr. Casino ... enjoys water skiing . ..
feels hergreatest accomplishment is getting out ofschool.
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JEANNE MONGEAU . . . Tootie likes sunrises,
rain, flowers andthe country . .. plans to be happy .. .
feels that her greatest accomplishment is trying to
understand people . .. the person in school she'll newer
forget is Danny.
DENISE MONTIJO plans to be a first grade
teacher ana' to get rich off her quarter collection . ..
considers lettering on the boy's Varsity Tennis Team
Uor Stats-manshipj her greatest accomplishment . . . will
always remember all the people she's met her
favorites include people, children and sunshine.
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BR CCE JWORSE ... whose future plans include
having fun . . . likes surfing and wrestling . . . feels his
greatest accomplishment was breaking his nose .. . the
one thing in school he'll nefoerforget are "the birds. "
RONALD NIOSER . .. Ron ... considers losing in a
parade because the band shoes didn 't come in as ordered
the thing he's likely never to forget .. . plans to attend
L-ong Beach State and major in political science , . . feels
his greatest accomplishment is making it through high
school . .. enjoys playing the trumpet and attending 2111
sorts of sports events.
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DENISE MURPHY Denni whose favorite
things include football games and boys will newer
forget the gang in herfirst period PE class . , . plans to
attend Orange Coast College and become an airline
stewardess . . . making it through the crowds on campus
'was her greatest accomplishment.
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ncrornplishrnent . . . plans to become an accountant .. .
likes his car keys, the alarm clock and Linda.
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KAREN lXllFFElNlEGGER who plans to attend
the University of California at Davis and become a
veterinarian . .. thinks being elected to Student Council
and Vice President of Girls' League are her greatest
accomplishments ... will never forget winning ourfirst
Homecoming, likes fim, pizza, football games, movies
and little red.
ROBERT NOAKES ... Bob ... whose future plans
include going to college and then into the Armed Forces
. .. thinks his greatest accomplishment was keeping out
of trouble will anever forget Mr. Bray and water
polo . .. enjoysflying and swimming.
JOSEPH NOLDE . .. thinks getting through high
school is his greatest accomplishment... plans to attend
either West Point, the Navy or Air Force Academy .. .
will always remember the people in Speech Club
MAUREEN NOVRATIL ... Mor... who'll never
forget the day she fell asleep in her art class . . . plans to
become an art or ceramics teacher. . . likes the beach and
TERESA OLIVIERI . .. Olive ... enjoys parties ana'
having a good time ... plans to go into real estate ...
thinks staying in school through her senior year was her
DEAN OLSEN . .. plans to bike to Canada and then
SUSAN OLSEN .. . Sue thinks that just being
hersebfand making it through allfour years ofschool was
her greatest accomplishment . . . plans to attend college
and become a high school history teacher . . . will never
forget thefootballgames and the many people. . . enjoys
misty mornings and sunsets.
CARL OLSON Dan who plans to go on to
college and someday walk the Muir Trail . , . will never
forget graduating . . . enjoys girls and backpacking.
IODY OLSON . .. Oli-Oli Olson ... who feels that
her greatest accomplishment was being involved in
school . .. plans to attend college ... thinks that she'll
remember most D. T. and all the crazy things they did,
SHARON OLSON... Shar . .. whosefavorite things
include Band water skiing, art, Floppy and Mahzik ...
plans to attend college . . . will never forget receiving a
third place trophy at Laguna Niguel thinks her
greatest accomplishment was deciphering the habf-time
show position charts.
SUE ONDERDONK . .. Sue . .. plans to enjoy life.
DONNA ORSILLO .. . thinks her greatest
accomplishment was working in Fairview.
LISA OSWALD ... Lis... whose favorite things are
boys, dance, ballet and water skiing . . . plans to attend
Orange Coast College . . . thinks graduating and getting
up on water skis are her greatest accomplishments .
will always remember her friends Vic, Debi, Lin, and
Katie Koons, along with wrestling, football Modern
Dance Concert, and all the fun she had in her Junior
DANIEL PAEZ . .. Fly . .. plans to attend college . ..
thinks the person in school he's least likely to forget is
Mr. Pickford . .. thinks his greatest accomplishment
was playingfootball. . . enjoys girls.
DONNA PAGANO . .. D for Dingaling ... plans
include going to Goldenwest College and getting married
. .. enjoys football john, crafts, quiet moments, pep
rallies, and other crazy, terrific stuff. . . feels that she'll
neverforget all the good times she had along with all the
people she met andfriends she made . . . meeting friends
and making it through the rain and winds for four years
were her greatest accomplishments.
LARRY PARISH... Larry, S.A., Polack . . . being in
wrestling, C.S.F., Key Club, Pres. of Aquatics Club and
graduating were his greatest accomplishments . . . plans
to go to OCC and then UCI . .. likes R.B. and the K. C.
ERNEST PASCOE ... Fred or Hawkeye . .. enjoys
surfing, parties, and girls, not necessarily in that order
. .. plans to attend college and go into forestry .. . will
never forget the crowds and the parties feels his
greatest accomplishment is graduating.
ROBERT PATISON . . . Bob.
.WAR1 JO PATTERSON lVI.J. enjoys the
beach at night, football games, meeting new people,
being happy and having fun plans to attend Chico
College in Northern Calif then become an airline
stewardess . . . will always remember Nlr. Goetz, D. C.
and first period PE thinks making it through the
crowds is hergreatest accomplishment. . .
.WICHAEL FALL . .. Stud. . . feels being headphoto-
rnan on the yearbook staff was his greatest
accomplishment plans to be a photographer ...
enjoys surfing, scuba diving, his bike andgirls.
DEBORAH Pi-IYNE Debbie plans to attend
Cll'C it-ill never forget the football season and
medical attendants . .. likes snowy mountains, the beach
and Husky dogs.
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WILLIAM PAYNE Bill whose future plans
are to make it rich feels graduating is his greatest
accomplishment . ,. enjoys girls, guitar, skiing and the
PARRY PEDERSEIV Lizard . .. 'whose fondest
memories include all the times he helped to toilet paper
Mr. Moore's house ... plans to major in music at USC
. .. likes the sun, the wind and the peacefulness offog
. .. feels that surviving Miss Churchs marine ecology
class for one and hah' years without drowning was his
LINDA PELLEY Pitstop whose favorite
things include complaining and watching Soul Train . . .
plans to be "riding lowuwith the Santa Ana Cruisers,
BEVERLY PETERSON ... Bev or Bevy ... who
feels that her greatest accomplishment is graduating . . .
thinks the person she's least likely to forget is Rex .. .
plans to work at Fairview as a psychiatric technician and
continue studying to be a registered nurse . .. her
favorite things include Ted, warm weather and having a
ROBERT PETERSON Pete . .. the things in
school he'll neverforget are Mr. Lacey's class, Kathy and
Carolyn ... plans to become aforester . .. his greatest
accomplishment is trying for A.F.S. he enjoys
backpacking, mountain climbing, drawing, hiking and
RONALD PETT . ,. Ron . .. enjoys rnusir and sports
plans to attend college feels his greatest
afcorrzplzshrnent was getting on the track tearn.
ROCPIILLLE PEI I'I1' Shelli who'll nefuer
forget the school bathroom and how beautiful if was . . 5
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aeeornftzlishrnent was making it to the last year . . . likes
Winnie the Pooh and Playgirl Magazine,
Dlfllfllt IjHII,I.IPS enjoys horsebafk riding and
Pflfnffntl 'H Plan-V lo get married . .. will newer forget
the time she snuek rhampagne into Phillis Robertsons
Pflffy V feels her greatest aeromplishment hasn't been
TONY PHILIPS ... feels graduating and meeting his
friends through band are his greatest areornplishrnents
future plans are to get more eduration lowes
snow skiing, surfing and having parties will newer
forget Hand I1 and the years he hadfun playing with the
LAURILI, PIERSON Lauri future plans
inrlude attending rollege likes shells, horses and
sunsets . . , will never forget the crowd, her friends and
CAROL PINK US . .. plans to attend UCI and study
rnedifine . . . will nezierforget lVIrs. Dietz saying "have a
niee weekend" lVIonday through Friday . . . greatest
Ill'4'Ul7lf?lIXI1fIlF71f is holding a 4.0 GPA .. . likes guitar,
tennis, her teddy bear.
IRENE IJOLIKRETIS Reni whose greatest
arronzjllislzrlzerzt was buying her own rar enjoys
rnztsif, reading, priwaey, dry winds and breezes,
.t1,it.N'l'0Il'l-21.1. ,-Il . .. 'zt'ho'll newer forget his
freshman year . .. enjoys traek, music, books and girls
V. . . plans to attend four years of tsollege and then follou'
a t'l1l't't'fIl1 the .lir I"ort'e , . . feels plavtngl iff lmiluf' fmfllf
during three of his four years in travk was his greatest
l,Y,X','X' P0117-II,l. ... Toni ... will never forget the
tern hers . . . plans to get a degree in ofean sfienfes . . .
likes MIIIVVIIIIIIIII, reading and listening to musif
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greatest accomplishment was being on drill team for two
years. .. will neverforget all the nice people she had the
chance to know, R.D. and IH. ... plans to do as much
as she can while she can . . . enjoys parties, guys, sleeping
in, and the more simple things in life.
RODNEY QUAM . . . Rod . .. enjoys surfing, diving
and backpacking ... plans to become an operating
engineer . . . will never forget Rex . . . feels graduating
is his greatest accomplishment.
KATHRYN RAHM ... Kath ... feels her greatest
accomplishment was working at the Fountain Valley
Boys' Club will never forget .Iohn plans to
attend a IC and major in business... enjoys swimming,
parties, crafts and archery.
SHARON RAHM ... Shari . .. will never forget all
the teachers likes band music and orchestra
thinks her greatest accomplishment was having to get a
cast on Friday the 13th ... plans to go into a career of
VERNON RAIKOGLO . .. enjoys racing and coming
in "very" late . . . greatest accomplishment is getting his
car and having good friends . . . will never forget a girl
that will stay in his lifefor a long time . . . plans include
EUGENE RAMIREZ foe whose greatest
accomplishment was getting into UCI will never
forget the time he and Voss Cl T. B. theirfreshman year
. .. plans to attend UCI and make a fortune Knot
necessarily in that orderj.
FRANK RAMOS Chang or Frops whose
greatest accomplishment was living through the great
Bear Creek Disaster of 1973 plans to be rich and
famous . .. will neverforget slipping in the mud by the
bowl and breaking his arm favorite things include
Lisa, Steve, Brian, Tom, Buddy, Loren, Derek and all
his other friends along with backpacking, body surfing,
and tons ofother things.
MAYRA RAVELO ... Crazy ... whose greatest
accomplishment was finding her goals in life will
neverforget her sophomore andjunior years . . . plans to
become an interior designer enjoys men, learning
new subjects, gardening, the beach, clothes and traveling.
DEBORAH RAY... Bricka ... whose greatest
accomplishment was getting through high school
will never forget the people . . . plans to attend college
and become a beautician likes to look at guys, sew
VICTORIA REED Vicki or Vic will never
forget the football games, her goodfriends and Mugsley's
house plans to have fun and get married likes
Larry, ballet, dance and the beach.
RICHARD REID . .. Rick .. . enjoys talking to girls,
looking at girls, joking around and listening to the radio
plans to attend a University and major in Bio-
Sciences . . . will never forget the seagulls . . . feels his
greatest accomplishment was living long enough to make
it through school.
STEPHEN REILAND . .. Steve or Snake . .. likes all
kinds of sports plans to become the highest paid
skater in the National Roller Derby League will
never forget slam-dunking over Wilt Chamberlain
feels his greatest accomplishment was winning
Sophomore League Champ in 120 high hurdles.
JANET RICKERSON Lizard feels her
greatest accomplishment was being nominated for a
Coronet Award in social studies . .. plans to become a
dental technician . . . will never forget the seagulls and
the population . .. likes music, clouds, sunsets and Cat
DO.N'.N'A RIOLA . . . feels her greatest accomplishment
was making it to school... plans to become afashion
designer or at least in the fashion business .., likes the
beach, surfing, Hawaii and Volkswagens.
CHERYL ROACH Roach feels receiving a
Coronet Award Certificate in Languages was her
!lff'Hlf'S! accomplishment will never forget her
language teachers and the eight million people here . . .
plans to attend college and major in languages . . . likes
CarL Steve, her friends the beach at night, guys, her
summer in Europe, and the "Lonely Hearts" slumber
WARD ROBERTS ... who feels his greatest
accomplishment is graduating ... plans to become a ski
bum . .. likes skiing, girls.
SANDRA ROCHEFORT Sandi . . . will never
forget D. L.R., meeting a classmate I'I'.B.j and ending up
asfoster sisters, and Mr. Crenshaw's recordkeeping class
plans to go to Hawaii and then become an airline
stewardess . . . thinks her greatest accomplishment was
graduating from high school. . . enjoys water skiing, the
beach, parties, friends, camping and guys.
JAMES ROCHLIN ... fim ... whose greatest
accomplishment was going to P,E. lsometimesj . .. will
never forget Mrs. Dietz 's temper tantrums . . , plans to
become a doctor. . . likes girls, surfing, and traveling.
JAMES RODERICK .Iim or Rod feels his
greatest accomplishment was making it through 13 years
of school . .. will neverforget the thrill of walking into
the girls' restroom plans to work and have a good
time along with attending college . .. likes motorcycle
ROXANNE RODRIGUEZ ... Roxy ... feels
surviving all four years at F.V.H.S4 and being on the
tennis team are her greatest accomplishments .. . will
never forget the crowded buses, crowded halls, crowded
classes, and almost learning how to speak Spanish
plans to travel and attend college to become a dental
assistant likes to play tennis, badminton, and ice
skating along with the snow, the beach, animals and
L YNDA R O ORK
JOHN ROTTE . .. feels riding his motorcycle for two
years 'without getting in a wreck is his greatest
accomplishment . . . willneverforget triple-dating to the
Homecoming Dance as a Freshman ... plans to find a
decent paying job . . . enjoys motorcycle riding and girl
DEBBIE ROWE Deb feels her greatest
accomplishment was getting married will never
forget Mrs. Gremmel and working in the pre-school . . .
plans to attend college and become a pre-school teacher
. .. enjoys working with children, baking, camping and
being with her husband.
TQNI ROWE enjoys the beach, macrame, parties,
friends and guys . . . plans to become a dental hygienist
. .. will never forget the birds and herfriends . . . feels
finishing school without ditching all her classes is her
LEAI-I RUGGLES Leanardo whose future
plans include attending college, getting married and
having kids . . . feels keeping her sanity forfour years is
her greatest accomplishment will never forget
coming within two inches of being bombed by some
seagull's excess body waste . . . likes her boyfriend Tim,
and her horse, Penny.
RICHARD RUTLEDGE . .. Rick or Richie . . . feels
accepting .lesus as his personal Saviour was his greatest
accomplishment... will neverforget the time his zipper
came down during competition in marching band . . .
plans to attend college . . . likes Calvary, people, science
track, music, English.
MARYRYAN. . . likes the beach and mountains.
PATRICE SABIN. .. Treese . . . feels getting through
two years of Mrs. Dietz's class was her greatest
accomplishment will never forget the foreign
language department and her summer spent in Europe
. . . plans to do something in the Feld of languages . . .
enjoys tennis, traveling, herfriends and European food.
JENNIFER SAVOY Nenny ... whose favorite
things include her F. K from football, lzfesavers, her class
ring, smiles, seeing oldfriends and especially Blenard . . .
plans to attend school in Fresno and to take life easy . . .
feels being F.If's first female mascot was her greatest
accomplishment . . . will always remember "Fiddler on
the Roof" and Mark Belgen and those cyffjf speed
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ANDREA SCHULTZ Ann feels getting a
locker every year and surviving four years of math were
her greatest accomplishments . . . will never forget the
orchestra pit during "Fiddler on the Roof "learning how
to drive and the morning announcements plans to
somehow get to Europe and then become an X-ray
technician . . . likes cats.
CA THERINE SCHUL TZ
1,U.N'fN'Ili SCO TT ... feels his greatest
accomplishment was walking through the schoolparking
lot while Dior Kaoilis was driving in it . . . will never
forget the .lunior-Senior Proms and Mrs. Swickard . . .
has high hopes of making a career in the Air Force ...
enjoys backpacking, canoeing, hiking, camping, and being
in small groups offriends.
SUSAN SCOTT . .. Souz ... feels graduating is her
greatest accomplishment plans to attend college,
hafve children ana' lots of happiness will always
remember Mrs, Sandernan ... her favorite things
include her husband ana' Super Truck,
JOHN SELLEN . .. whosefuture plans are to become
a photo-journalist feels learning to play the guitar
was his greatest accomplishment will never forget
that there were always too many classes to go to and
always too early . . . enjoys anything organic.
DIANA SHAKARIAN . . . Scooter . .. whose greatest
accomplishment was daily attendance . .. plans to cross
the United States and then attend college will
always remember the people and the practical jokes on
Nlrs. Clower . .. enjoys guitar, sports and writing music.
CHER YLE SHEPHARD
HEIDI SHERWOOD . .. Gretchen Ganga . .. whose
plans are to tra-vel and see alot of neat things . .. enjoys
water skiing, partying, bummin' to a'U'ferent places with
her friends, ana' partying with Gayle Ganga and their
fymk jgadfrg . , . feels her greatest accomplishment was
lgraduating . . , will nei'er-forget all the people.
EDWARD SIIVION' . . . Eddie . .. who enjoys fishing,
hunting and sailing . . . plans to attend college and travel
will never forget all the water balloon fights .. .
feels getting up for first period and getting away from
the narcs were his greatest accomplishments.
DAWN SIMPKINSON Dawnie plans to
become an Airline Stewardess . . . thinks getting out of
school was her greatest accomplishment . . . will never
forget ditching at least twice a week and never getting
caught . .. likes fast cars, good looking guys and good
DIANE SINCLAIR ... Di... who'll neverforget all
herfriends, thefun she had and the crowd at school. . .
plans to travel and then become an Airline Stewardess
. . . feels her greatest accomplishment is graduating . . .
enjoys warm days, with a breeze, sunsets, .lack and
havingfun. . .
GERALD SLOAN . ., ferry or Bone . .. plans to run
a bike shop ... remembers not getting busted, one girl
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CHRISTINA SIWITH Christmas . .. will never
forget giving Dave a bloody nose . .. plans to become a
surgeon . . . feels surviving Mr. Pomeroy for two years
was her greatest accomplishment.
LINDA SMITH . .. Smitty . .. will neverforget how
funny Mr. Casino is ... plans to become a lawyer . ..
thinks her greatest accomplishment was passing her
classes even after ditching a lot . .. enjoys the beach,
guys and being a lifeguard,
PAMELA SMITH.. . Pam . .. feels graduating with
fair grades and meeting new friends were her greatest
accomplishments . . . will always remember her cellular
biology class. . . plans to continue on to college.
STEVEN SMITH ... Stebie ... plans to be an
Engineer maybe . .. will never forget working on the
school paper . . . feels passing physics and staying with
Vicki so long are his greatest accomplishments . . . likes
LAUREN SMYTHE ... Laurie ... enjoys water
skiing, the beach and vacations at Bass Lake . . . plans to
attend Goldenwest College and become an airline
stewardess . . . will never forget NOT making banner
squad three years in a row feels her greatest
accomplishment is graduating.
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RENEE STAGGS . .. Nanay . .. will nefuerforget the
guys, the fun at the slumber parties, and Me-n-Eds after
games . . . plans to attend college and become an Airline
Stewardess .. . feels her greatest accomplishment was
getting through high schooland meeting people... likes
Banner Squad, guys, dating, andjust havingfun,
WENDY STAPLETON . ,. Wienny Snaplenuts .. .
plans to become an attorney enjoys making people
happy, being with friends, eating pizza, football games,
and number 42 ... will never forget how much people
can change in four years ., . feels her greatest
accomplishments were getting through high school and
passing Dr. White's Physiology class.
M1C'H14EL STERNBERG ... feels his greatest
accomplishment was shooting a 303 rifle withoutfalling
ofuer . .. will nefuer forget woodshop . .. plans to attend
college and become a gunsmith .. . likes guns, shooting
RACHELLE STRKIUSS .., Shelle ...feels
remaining an individual in this jungle of people was her
greatest accomplishment . . . will always remember Mr.
Tuttle and her sophomore year plans to be 'very
smart and do everything she possibly can . .. her
favorites are Heidi and La Bam ba.
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SCARLET7' STU.-IRT .. . Fever . . . will always
remember herfirst day in high school as a Freshman . . .
plans to attend college . . . likes boys, the beach, summer
i'aca!ion, and her car.
LIS,-l Sl 'GZ 'l'l',-IN . . . who'll newerforget the unusual
conglomeration ofdilferent kinds ofpeople .. . plans to
be teacher in special education, get married and have
lots of children . . . enjoys being with children, sunshine,
songiiriting, good friends, and the sweet soul music of
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accomplishments are graduating and making it to first
period on time . . . plans to become a legal secretary . . .
will always remember the crowds and 1VIr. Gwynn . . .
enjoys tennis andfootballgames.
DEBRA SVOBODA .. . Debbie . .. plans to attend
college and get married . . . will neverforget the seagulls
feels her greatest accomplishment is getting her
braces off.. . likes parties, Kevin, going to the beach,
havingfun and shoppingfor clothes.
DEBORAH TALBOT . . , Debbie will never
forget passing government . . . plans to become a nurse
. . . enjoys horseback riding and the beach at night . . .
finishing all four years of high school is her greatest
LEIGH TANNEHILL . .. LeeLee will always
remember the gymnastics team and all the great years
with it . . . plans to get married . . . feels her greatest
accomplishment is knowing Christ . . . her favorites are
Christ, gymnastics and the world.
ELIZABETH TAYLOUR. . . Liz.
RICHARD TESSIER . .. Rick . . . whosefuture plans
include going to college and living will always
remember his old and best friend Cindy feels his
greatest accomplishments are getting past Uncle Bruce
andgiving him heart attacks . . . enjoys sports, the sunset
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CECILE THERIAULT . . . Cecil or Cease . ,. feels
her greatest accomplishment was becoming a cheerleader
. ,. 'will' never forget performing in assemblies and
CORLI THOMAS Core plans to be a pre-
school teacher . .. will always remember the people she
met through Student activities.
LUCINDA THURMAN Cinda will never
forget moving to a new school fF.V.H.S.j the summer
before her Senior year , . . plans to attend college and get
to know herseU'. .. enjoys music, the country and being
EVEL YN TIEDY ... Euie ... feels her greatest
accomplishments were getting through school and
becomming GAA board president . . . will nefuer forget
Miss Farr's office and getting thrown in the pool
plans to become a PE teacher ora veterinarian . . . enjoys
wildlgfe, sports and being with afriend.
MYRENE TIERNEY . .. Crisco . .. plans to major in
liberal arts or be a bum . .. was lucky to make it through
Mrs. Dietz 's early morning lectures . . . will always
remember the moring announcements, Mr, Moore, and
the bedpans in Medical Attendant . .. likes her Teddy
Bear, Randy and ego.
CARYL TODD whose greatest accomplishment
was seeing her counselor . . . will never forget the time
she took co-ed bowling and couldn't stand the smell...
plans to attend college.. . likes her guitar and Jody.
ROY TORR who's not likely to forget the time
that Craig Kenyon, Cindy Merrick, Debbie Licari, and
himself were pulled o-ver by the police for being
suspicious looking .. . feels his greatest accomplishment
was being in marching and concert bands for four years
... plans to study in thefield of biology or medicine...
likes football games, band's parades, good friends and
GREGORY TOWN Greg who enjoys girls,
cars and flying will never forget aeronautics with
Mr. Rathmann and Mr. Sherman plans to attend
college and then become an officer in the Air Force ...
feels getting a 3.4 average is his greatest accomplishment,
HEATHER TREYVIBLE whose future plans
include attending a business college, going to Hawaii and
.lamie . .. feels her greatest accomplishment was going
to Europe this past summer will newer forget the
time she asked afreshman out and he turned her down
. . . likes Nlexico, friends, the sun and surf
DENNIS TRESSLER 7TH been-'L
ROLE TRONDSEN. .. plaizs to become a lawyer . . .
will never forget having to come to school at 7:15 . ..
feels getting through four years was his greatest
accomplishment. . . likes girls, skiing andfood.
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JANET TRUNDELL fan feels graduating
early is her greatest accomplishment will never
forget getting married in a mock-Hindu wedding
ceremony . . . plans to go to college andperhaps become a
probation officer or stewardess enjoys karate and
MARLA TUFFORD . .. who enjoys tennis, goodfooa'
and nights in the mountains plans on becoming a
nursery school teacher will always remember the
friends she made and Keyettes feels making it
through Student Government for two years is her
DEBORAH UBALDINI . .. Debbie or Ubo . . . plans
to be an airline stewardess or a model . . , thinks making
it through Miss Palmer's PE class was her greatest
accomplishment will always remember meeting
Devon, the night Banner Squad papered Jeff Burton's
house, and the day shefell off the bench in the bowl...
likes people, dancing, football games, the Beatles and any
COLLEENN UTTING ... feels that accepting fesus
Chris was her greatest accomplishment , . . plans to seek
God's will in all things and live eternally . . . enjoys the
DANIEL VAN GROL Dan will always
remember his teachers . . . likes girls . . . plans to attend
college . . . feels graduating was his greatest
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MICHAEL VEINE . .. whose future plans include
becoming a lawyer . . . will always remember the IVIGJVI
field trips . . . enjoysfood andfriends.
MILTON VINES ... Slim ... enjoys girls . .. plans
on being a bum will always remember lunch
feels his greatest accomplishment was trying to get out of
DAVID VINSON . ,. Dafoe . .. who'll neoerforget the
time he got bustedfor smoking and wasn't smoking . ..
would like to more to Canada and become a teacher of
music or psychology his greatest accomplishment
hasn't been accomplished yet . . . enjoys music, women,
and people who don't seem to mind acting the way they
BONITA VOLDEN.. .Bonnie
PAMELA VORIS . . . Pam ... who enjoys soft music,
fireplaces, snow, the beach at night and soft furry
puppies .. . plans to become a stewardess and the best
person she can will remember her friends
graduating was her accomplishment.
ERIC VOSS Rick or Ceasar remembers
Dorinda, Toni, Trina, and a quiet girl named Sue
greatest accomplishment: catching Henry Aaron's 715
home run .. . plans to become a referee for the NR. G.
. . . likesfishing, skin diving.
CAROL WACIHTEL finally realizing that God
will provide all in her life was her greatest
accomplishment plans to major in Religious
Education lo-ves Jesus, her Christian brothers and
sisters, singing to glorify the Lord.
HARVEY WAGGONER ... Wagg ... will always
remember his good friends plans to attend college
.. . feels his greatest accomplishment sofar is graduating
from high school. . . likes girls, sports and cars.
KEITH WALK UP . . . Red... feels graduating is his
greatest accomplishment . .. will nevuerforget Beth ...
plans to bum around , . . likes girls.
JOHN lff',-ILLACE whose future plans include
surfing, designing houses, and building things likes
to surfand party.
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LESLIE PVAL TERS .. . will never forget getting hit
by the seagulls . . . feels that never getting in too much
troublefor ditching was her greatest accomplishment . . ,
plans on doing just whatever shefeels like.
TERRY WATSON... whose plans include going to
Hawaii and than taking it from there will always
remember having a good time talking to Mr. Bowen ...
feels her greatest accomplishment is graduating without
getting caught at anything . . . likes surfers, Jaguars and
SUSAN WEBER... Sue . ,. who enjoys going places
being with people and having fun ... plans to go into a
business career . . . will always remember the people she
met and how muchfun she had in school.
PETER WECI-ISLER .. . feels surviving Driver's
Training and making the Water Polo team were his
greatest accomplishments would like to become a
doctor, get married and have grandchildren .. . enjoys
swimming, playing Water Polo, girls, body surfing and
snow skiing . . . will never forget his summer of '73,
Cheryl, the parties, his teachers, his counselor, and
meeting a lot ofgoodpeople.
ELIZABETH WEIDA . . . Liz . . . feelsfinishing high
school was her greatest accomplishment . . . will never
forget learning how to drive her boyfriend's car . . . plans
to become a nurse . . . likes Keith and her Senior year.
VALERIE WEIST ,,
LESLIE WENNERSTROM . ,. who'll never forget
her Freshman year . .. plans to move out feels
learning how to water ski was her greatest
accomplishment enjoys camping and horseback
NANCY WESTFALL Nasty Nan whose
achievements in Speech, lead in the fall play,
H, . . Gamma Rays. . , U, and position of Editor of the
Opinion page of Le Mot are her greatest
accomplishments . . . will always remember Billie fean
beating Bobby is considering becoming a Speech
coach and starting a new religion with Billie as God . . .
enjoys kicking kids, being a 'YVIs.", cats and being just
plain Nasty Nan.
RAYMOND WE TZLER
KE.N'.'X'E TH WHITE
,WAR TIN WHITE
CAROL WILLIAMS . .. whosefaworite things include
herfamily, friends, guitar, dogs, watching the trees in the
country and thinking of someone she loves . .. plans to
attend college and become a lab assistant . . . will newer
forget the grasshoppers in resin and herfriend Fernando
Whornando . . . feels her greatest accomplishment was
getting through this school of 4300 animals without
getting trampled to death.
JOHN WILSON. . . Photog . .. feels getting through
school with a "B" average was his greatest
accomplishment .. , will always remember the women
and the people in the Business Department . .. plans to
attend Brooks School of Photography . .. likes girls, old
cars and swimming.
VERLENE IVILSON Willie, VW or Wils
plans to attend college and do God's will her
favorites include fesus Chris, being in the Band football
games, singing and collecting post cards feels her
greatest accomplishments were becoming a Christian,
surviving in a school this large, and listening to her
Psychology teacher, Mr. Leibowitz will always
remember being in the Band and riding the rowdy bus
and all herfriends.
SYL VIA WOLD
ROBIN WOODR UFF
SHER YL YEARGER
JACKIE HESTER ... feels her greatesl
accomplishment was getting the best grades she could
. . . in her sophomore year she remembers being named
"Lady of 74" . .. herfuture plans include becoming an
elementary school teacher . . . some of her favorites are
swimming, tennis, music, art, and books.
N 0 'vember
Girl of the Year
3? Marla Tufford
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Berger f5l and Vice-Principals llffr. Leon Stoabs KU Pupil
Personnel Services . . . llflr. George Bell IZ! Student, School
and Community Services . . . M'r. Harold Gubernick U! Student
Affairs, and Mr. George Davis I4jlnst1-uctional Services
. . . lead the stafffollowed by . . . fthis page! Alf. David
Hagen Ill Community School Coordinator . . . Mr. David Buff-
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Alf. lVIiclzaelM'ahan ffl lyorle Experience Coordinator . . . Dr.
Ronald M17 Veigh f4j Student Teacher Coordinator and Mr.
Robert Rolls fit Community Resource Coordinator.
5e nel requested by Hetzaselers ,Q Pupil ,vgrgenael
You didn 'I need 5.1 to get help from this year's student COUNSELORS and
PUPIL PERSONNEL, . . Counselors Pat Sandeman 112. . . Barbara Murray 132. . .
Juanita Halloran142...Berta Esty152.. .Lois Abrams162. . .Pat Reider 172. . . Art Frankel 182
...Eleanor Dennis 192. . . Douglas Hoagland 1102. . .Shirley Berg 1122. . . Gary Grebbien1132...
and Donald Jackson 1142. . . served as "Trouble-shootersnfor the student body. . . Darlys
Weiss 122 helped counselors and students with specialprograms and keeping records
straight.. . Leatrice Nash, School Nurse 1112. . . Marie Otto, Psychologist 1152. . .and Elaine
Rowan, Title III Manager 1162 were there to assist students with other health and
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the time with Mrs. Clower in Orchestra f4j. . .New
programs in AR T and MUSIC this year were
jewelry making and guitar ensemble.
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technique in fnglislz
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Dear Abby llj . . . the "together-nessufelt
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UI . .. Mr. Baker runs a timed reading in
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neu' math flj . . . .Vlrs. Dreager displays her talents
in two-handed writing f2j . , . .'VIr. Awittelman helps
a distressed .VIA THEMA TICS
student L51 . . . .VIrs. Johnson hands back papers to
awaiting students 141 . .. this is the life 152.
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1'z'e heard ofdouble-eheeking, but this is
RIDICULOUS KZ! . .. Hmmm, needs a little
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year titled Exefu tifve Secretary.
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her regard: to Broadway U2 . . . and maybe tomorrow I'!l e-ven get
to talk to the little red-hairedgirl f4j . . . doex this look
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iect C12 . .. the "exotic Sheik of Araby" visits FVHS in an MGM His-
tory class KZJ . .. "F our score and seven years ago, our forefathers"
H31 . .. student drivers in the Drivers Education Simulator learn
the "Rules of the Road" C42 . .. Mr. Herman works with a student on a
tough assignment ISQ . .. SPECIAL PROGRAMS include Cadet Teaching,
Educationally Handicapped, Traffic E3 Safety, MGM, Opportunity
Center, and Special Education classes . . .
SCA 95' members are always l6'llSl!
Members of the STAFF this year acted above and beyond
the call of duty . .. Joe Tunink assisted Dr. Berger in
financial budgeting as Business Services assistant C11
. .. filing cards, taking phone calls, and abundant book-
work keep our Clerk typists Myra Mathia, Betty C haldu,
Elaine Redding, Marian Melendez, Eileen Burdg, Ann Marie
Massoni, Dorothy Colgan and Eudoxia Narog busy C21 ...
Accompanist Jerry Frietag and her magic fingers C61 . ..
Receiving and Textbook clerk Richard Davis makes sure
all packages and textbooks are in order C71 . .. Bill Fis-
cher, Campus Patrolman keeps close watch C1 01 .,. forgot
your P.E. clothes? need a clean towel? see John Hood C31
or Doris Barrowman C41 P.E. Attendants . .. Wanda Daub,
Margaret Ynigues, Lucile Patterson C51 Mary Barnard,
Eleanor Colona and Lorraine Ermel C91 deep themselves
BUSY as Secretaries to the Administrators . .. Custodial
staff Ted Bever, Rod Houser, Carl Miller, Glenn Crumb-
ley, Leonard Frost, John Klungrester and George Bonner
help keep the campus in tip-top condition C81 ... our hard
working cafeteria staff Alta Crenshaw, Ann Harvey,
Imogene Kalfert, Doris Porter, Jean Cochran, Anita Beall,
Vivian Hall and Juel Slaughter C1 11 serving everything
from apples to fish on Fridays.
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Noble, Douglas 271,94
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Moore, Deborha 203
Moore, Grace 203,71
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Moore, Paula 271
Moore, Ricky 255
Moore .Teri 255,94
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Rosenberry, Kury 273
Rosner, Careen 273
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Ross, Raymond 258
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Rutherford, Pamela 258
Rutledge, Lori 258
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Ryan, Magaret 258
Ryan, Mary 21 1
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Sabine, Jean 239
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Scarlata, Frank 274
Scarpine, Joseph 240
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Schelske, Eisa 240
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Schendel, James 240,85,61,87
Schenk, John 258
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Schlauch, Ronda 274
Schlehuber, Rebecca 240
Schlitz, Cynthia 240
Schmahl, Linda 258,88
Schmidt, Carol 240
Schmier, Don 274
Schmit, Timothy 21 1
Schmuck, Fred 274
Schnoor, Cheryl 21 1
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Schroeder, Kathy 258
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Schuffert, Peggy 272
Schuller, Liane 258,86
Schultz, Andrea 21 1,75
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Schunk, Kathleen 240
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Schwartz, Mindy 258,93
Scott, Gregory 240,1 1
Scott, Jeffrey 258
Scott, Keeli 258,101
Scott, Kelly 274
Carol 1 60
Penelope 21 2
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Richard 258 85 88
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Brigette 2 74
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Shaw, Ann 259
Shaw, Elaine 274
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Sheridan, J o Ann 1 63,69
Sherman, Patricia 240,84
Sherrill, Michael 240
Sherwood, Heidi 212
Shimaii, Ronald 240
Shimomura, Joyce 259
Shloub, Nancy 213
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Shuey, Tina 274
Sianez, Alonzo 259
Sianez, Lorraine 240
Sickman, Steve 274,124
Silber, Sherry 213
Silber, Thomas 275,124
Silva, Debbie 275,95
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Simko, Ronald 275
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Smith, Martin 259
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Smith, Shelley 259
Smith, Steven 21 3
Smith, Susan 259
Smith, Tami 25.9
Smith, Tammy 240
Smith, Terry 240
Smith, Vanessa 259
Smothers, Ronnie 275
Smythe, Charles 259
Smythe, Lauren 21 3
Snell, Tim 275
Snipes, Deann 275
Soderblom, Jerilyn 275
Soderquist, Lisa 240 -
Solares, Ana 84,95
Solomon, Nicholas 21 3,49
Soltis, Lori 213,71
Sonoda, Michael 259,72
Soresi, Pamela 240
Soto, Arthur 21 3
Southern, Judith 240
SOUTFDETTI, Kathryn 259
Southwick, Lisa 240
Southwick, Todd 259,77,125 151
Sowinski, Connie 77
Spaan, Linda 259
Spafford, Michael 259
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Vreeland Joanne 87 85
Wachtel, Chrlstopher 260, 60, 94
Wada Kathrzne 21 8
Wada Ronald 242 134
Waggoner Harvey 21 8
Wagner Tammy 276 77
Wahnon Samuel 260 98
Wainscott Kr-1.3276 94
Wainwright Lisa 242
Wainwright, Peter 260
Waite, Sherry 276
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Janet 21 7
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Welle, Kim 277
Welle, Lynn 242
Wells, Lori 261
Wennekamp, Mark 21 9,1 26
Wennerstrom, Leslie 21 9
Wertz, Cindy 243,77
Wessa, Perry 261
West, David 96
Westerfield, Carla 21 9
Westfall, Nancy 21 9,35, 98,88
Wetmore, David 261 ,1 32
Wegenberg, Jennifer 243
Whipple, Cynthia 243,72
Whipple, Ron 72
Whitcomb, Jim 277,94
Whticomb, Steve 261
White, Dave 261
White, Donna 277
White, Gary 243
White, Gina 277
White, James 277
White, Kenneth 220
White, Martin 220
White, Rhonda 277
White, Sharon 261
White, Valerie 243,81
Whitehead, Barbara 220
Whitehead, Thomas 261
Whiteside, Shelley 261
Whitney, Linda 277
Whitney, Marc 243
Whitson, Roberta 220
Whittaker, David 277
Wieland, Valerie 243
Wieman, Paul 261
Wikholm, Dana 277,86
Wilder, Debbie 261 , 1 60
Wilkins, Danny 261
Wilkinson, Bret 277,1 24
Willette, Cheri 220
Williams, Byron 243,101,92
Williams, Carol 220,1 56,1 71
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Williams, Danny 243,91
Williams, Debra 277
Williams, Donald 261,1 1 8
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Williams, Douglas 220
Williams, Greg 277, 73
Williams, Matthew 243
Williams, Micheal 261
Williams, Rochelle 243
Williams, Shari 277, 75,1 60
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Williams, Valerie 2 77
Williamson, Curtis 261 , 76, 77
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Wilson, Andrea 243
Wilson, Catherine 220
Wilson, Debbie 277
Wilson, Douglas 134
Wilson, Elizabeth 261
Wilson, James 277
Wilson, Jerry 277
Wilson, John 220, 78, 96,
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Wilson, Scott 277
Wilson, Tom 243
Wilson, Verlene 220
Wilton, Sharion 261
Wilt, Greg 277
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Wingard, Mark 243
Wtngrove, Russell 27 7
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Winn, obert 277
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Wisdom, Linda 277,87
Wittenberg, Denise 220
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Wolfrom, Karolyn 277
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Wood, Janet 243,81,85,88,84
Wood, Carey 2 77
Wood, Carter 277
Wood, Mark 261
Wood, Steve 261
Woodcock, Sharon 220
Woodford, Mark 27 7
Woodruff, Robin 221,61,68
Woods, Barbara 243
Woods, Kathy 221
Woods, Timothy 243
Woodworth, Mary 277
Woolard, Rick 261,123,144
Wooten, Mike 261
Worley, Don 261
Wright, Linda 261
Wromar, S igrid 243
Wulff, Nancy 261
Wycligel, Debby 277
Xanthakis, Michael 221
Yamada, Kenny 221,92
Yamaoka, Winston 221
Yancey, Windy 261
Yanez, Sally 243
Yard, Don 261
Yarrington, Jeff 261,125
Yasuoka, Karen 221
Yasuoka, Kathy 261
Yeager, Robert 261
Yeager, Sheryl 221
Yee, Linda 221,49
Young, Carson 261,1 08
Yoho, Fern 243
Yomogida, Kent 243
Yomogida, Pamela 277
York, Cynthia 261
Yost, Dwayne 261
Youmans, Richard 277,72
Young, Darrell 277
Young, Joseph 221.1 28, 1 29
Young, Melanie 2.2.1
Young, Scott 243.126
Young, Thomas 261 ,1 08
Young. Tff1C0y 277
Youn , Vella 243
Youngin, Richard 221,73, 74
Yribe, Alfonso 221
Yutkins, Karen 261
Yutkins, Kevin 221
Zappitelli, Denise 243,60,61
Za pitelli, Michelle 277
Zehnder, Pamela 243,59
Zeigler, Ricky 261
Zeigner, Pearl 261,60,85
Zeno, Gerald 261
Zerbas, Perrcy 277,1 49
Zeylmaker, harles 261 , 1 49
Zickgraf, William 261
Ziebarth, Patrice 27 7
Zierold, Melanie 277
Zimmer, Stephen 277
Zita, Mario 261,85,148
Zmuda, James 78
Zumbo, Michael 261
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