Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA)

 - Class of 1976

Page 1 of 342

 

Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1976 Edition, Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 342 of the 1976 volume:

ff- "'f'52f',f"'L'1'f' Q "TA-2' ,fi ij ".'Z'72V -' fj,L5.gf.f3:T5 :' fi' 2, ',1ff,,,,E,i gxi?pw'gQg'ya?1gfa..V..'gQ,, fA14 4 -. , -1-5 '. x ., . 1 A- , r :eg ' 1: ,-M545 . V-'wi , 'S"11'1w , 'ifiw' Tk, 1 "Fix: . V fax? ma A i W -,aff , 10 I Like Being ith You x I 3 -A . ' , .Wu iii' ' ,f ' "W L, 1.1. W., ,. jf- WK., 1 b A In rm, L: V M ln' . ' 3 A " ,Z ' " X mn- XV 'fi W ' as .. . I, f W E W . 9 , . K ,K if 4, ay, ', ff Y r-gnmg'1'Q-4 Q x I yu- 1 wa' ,. gzvsrg 1 F ? ., L- ' 5 . 2: f w Nr xx'- X ,. -ki--an f9iy,gi'- HV b WEE, ,ff A , ,K Q WMV '-Qlw' A Ni' lik EDEN, HN 'fy Q, w 1 1' - 0,249 . ,wN:y"", WV YV, --.nz H ' 2"wwf,' Y, N HWNMU . MA Xgqgpv O-MQ! Q ww? N0f O .Q S CVUW jgjfiwyw Q 5 E 5 2 N REE? v W J Q M 105559 DM H M ,5'iAQQXA,f5 K E5 XXX 006' ,zwwQfUOX5Q J 'ZXMQX GK E' Q56 QQ, .sm qw 6:5 Qx H Wg Q ,gg ,IX QCI4 IS: E+ is QJM Q If 5 QQ gaxixoixgi QQ YO G+ f x mmwhmg 'Q 'QQ 5 'AA Wa .5 Q0 WX XA X006 EXUJJJNQV 'G 00 wx TQ9 cfxxkxfx 55 N 'Q lx XX O0 AJS V5 N Q05 GQ OlXJ Q QOQQNQVQKQ FQQ U? A ANS QIX Q56 M 9 gif W ,XQKKQO Q XQBSOQP1 84 A Spy X, QQQQ6 db sb Q HWM - - J 0 QD A 75 yffkwjgpggkng A ' Q nfs? dy CNR wmwgiiw lSSigkg,Q lg5mg?ibiw Qgfwfwf Egg Jjfggjefgfk Q ififiif Knife YfXQg9Xfx ,gf WVAMWI Paw Vol. IX b Newbury Park H Newbury Park, Advisor - KristiCO1e1l e CoQeditor -Jac Published by kie Burke ig O01 ye ye' 1 91320 'X ' "' -- -., 1, fur-yyvyf wx V NPV' 3 -X ,e -W ff M W FOQQ' 'WQX1 fffmg- FTW' YJAAJQ WT 03 'Xr1w.rvMYNQ" YJSL WO qfazzvff' 'Yf"B9'mfX V09 Q"'D'N'1 1,61-fvuf2fQ", rs-ffqf fruwnqq week vam- wmv :YP A I ,Q , X, r L M Qs GL gg N s Qw ,WSQM XQYMWJQQJ QM fe..- Y .gbioflpf X ayh 'f f X2 v 7' 446 , , ,XDK X Q53 f Qf' AJ QX-I., Vgix fy f Lf f?f N S 'V f' 13 A ffg Y MN ,dm V ff F f f J 'sf I xi ff dm A in 1 A Uimnfanikmfsmmvftm -I harming EY Wim an li mits? Qui mb y FQ? M1 65 ffl ! fsvmdl cm W filo 'xiv ,flnr T X Q ,y if 5 ' fx' if-,I , Q PM fi 4 I 'E Y 3:1- , ,MB-, Gm yew if Qi? may Fam H519 H it and w ig? EEQVQHQK3 MD O A -vi. f 'Ye mt I ' '5 3 A -456 nm 4, it 'gg I E 1 aEfA t A. Hamin hmfimm 5 ,Q 'xG1E'?HQc? rim - , ,, s1gffmf2,'1, V A ' kwsevug ,ea ,E gf'-1111 ' in iwm, A-f 1 S 1 lim, mir.,-" we ,fi ,fp nz, Q LA Q, M g vw- f AW. . 4 . WEQLE-f.21'?"?'F ' F wiv- , f W an .,,',, , f fn, Q my 5 ' ,, 4 , P fi 1,7 ' y : 'Q- !f '-a . 1 : Y ,W 1 f 1. '. W-Vf, 4 win Q 2 5 L ,, 5 32' :ii 4,9 vw '51 7? J Y fs '21 zf dl, 'Fr , ,V,: Ia ' I , , , X , , I u X . V, , ., , 1 X Y, , , , W , . , , f 1 , , , X- f X X, f , ,R X . VX , J . I, , Pictured nt 'yvorksxlibovnf are Marceige Sohi'fez,f'Speech ady9isofQ Be- 1ow4MLdd1g Bob Valentirgv me creatqr of NPHSX4mfmL1abg Farmer: J Laurie Bffpwxi, drama insh-ugtor Vand'Below Righfivlxarti Dibble girlsf' athletil-5 ."' K NX f , , f , . X I A 1 1 A X Xl , f XX x f E If XXX xx I X I X X X I X I xx 1 , I, , L , x .' . . ,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,nl , , , H ,i ., ,, -,-ln, A Q, V4 af ,Q 54995, ' :l-'-Yyib L -M. ., ,g 51 - s .,,,,,. .......1.. wmv nwwsnsumsww' , 1 .. i ., - .X ,Ji u"",..4-17 """",, ' I , ,.,ff" Lf4f'T? 2 gf- Z-Y, am X Kltluwnwamf , . my 5312. ' 5, aw sf ' E I i I 1' 5 R 3 43 ,gl ? '2 f ,- x, If f K x -X , f u x -,....- Gbtidingfstuglents in bfmeirywork are Top L,ft , f4A ,'f, Q jig m"' ,. Kyiiti Colelliiyifik advi5TT5p fRighT'Joe Q fffodriguez inspirigltional busipess ifistructorg . , ii, 'XiL Q aweag LeftfDermi9Reed art Hepartment xghair- if man aiqd Bbnnie Patgbn, 1QJrary,staff. f A EN xx J ,f X k " ,f X J y lg XX xx If , 3 !, 1' R, vf H 4 ' x .'--"N"-'-1 1 -1-ww' I 1 9 - ,Q VLVV, ,- fx,,E,.f , ,, n ,M '- ,g fixed ' 1,. ,. fqri 517. X' ',fHcI'fxz.,g , ' wg,-.:qL25, ,. fr fab " 2 1' I Mgr., X, yf n ff ,W W 4 at .331 W. W ' E ,W Q.j:QgSf 'Q! "WK, ' :"i22f,e. 'Sw 'X 4 1: kg '. , -ijfibfir ' 4 , wwf -. 1' '42 , y- , , W , Y.. ,. E W - is-.Lzf N ' aj," 0 ' 'iq 1 94 R . 'V' .1 K 0521? 7 bi S -A fi 21 1 2 " ' 2 'Y Q 6 x L Q LS Jjfjf fw ' ,D 46J,,5?7'! , QW' 1" WA Q 1 fav, w - xx W f 55 My U ,MZ Jw WW fy Xxx-311' fgagf' Q2 JJ J. ,. W, , V, - ,JNL Q NX "Q X , ,, A ,mf wk' ,fn fX? A15 W 0 Q Q W Q 1 1 Q 'Ofqr M Q3 as ea Q WQJ J- ,milf fs fy? dj Q U U lf, S1 I 0 Gr, C Q? gy' ,QW 9 Q? my WF! f Q 'J JJ! ,V xQ47'Q fjxj f' rj Q1 kxisgxjrf M BM fy V Q-YV' yy XX X . i if ,fig L, , - S0 QM Q jr ' nw? l-QW! 34 0' Xxnfaifj fx 1 Q! mfg! Gfz -1 ,gif VXJZQTQQ' x, V A R f 41,1 ivy my inf X X T K D G OW UV W J M ,N Nur 'V 5 , ' V XO rl , , ,259 wwf N-LE' N 'dw A A 5.5 AN H,i,5.J Q MJ' MCQQQQ3 fjgpjfw AY-X ixbnff x ,K IC-Xyzrff A -SufC!" xlxyx Q" R W f 'fEW KIT' X X GW 'QW M In I Q if Egg ,A W QQ ' in .QI uw' A A 9 ,A E Jag bn, rx r,1,,, ' ig. rf- ggi mam 'W I 1 G 5 ,W 'E 'ff '-53 ' , .L,.. 4 , lf? 3 ji-.glfii Eg, 5 , f' ' if f ' W I A , Caumyfmyg can ima iiffvmbiiiaicflxm cm mai-Q miilnw FSfQm iQm3 Qiaiiicxfeffs GL GQ RD 'Wm M1157 AX1lwUfQ Q, Slmmgx ' +-W 1 'Q -,vw 1 ' Q, 1 D ,'A,ff, lf' Y, ' A'-A mA,AA ". .f w ..,f1, Liam Dimmu, Wwe ?1QffEi1i191CJElli5 MMC-9 SMUHMMQ Ebmifpivamq Eisamgm Lmmkllg., 'Qkwiwlifulh Qlhwmngw QQ, QQHaww Lemliib COYEHEQM, fQ2QwiwfwH 'Time W6 lining iii fz1H H.D fxlffi We fdl idzm'f5 Emma Nwlmfi im :gmdm filbncs fgmnpipg E2ix HHim1g Qimfm iilhne imemclhm fihf'-Zffi me Qi? f qQnfLLuf1gy Q, fihis DfH5!QQLf27?i7Jf53Q5j Wimlfifsm QMS! -we iimsa-we swim-Qurmii Ehysanfi lm-at As meme wendy img fracas time KFQIIUJC2-212152-Q7 W Jauimfmemv, in film fdlmki :fam wielfidmed g1caeQnim6l As, ilfLfmifQ1Ufi5 3 own' Qszwisfmfcuzwfjlcefil QQQEJQMJH G1 MJD mvmgwal 'Elms ' UJppgYQf fQ!HaQ3QmQm Lfonwe-11? fiihgssmfeim wife Elm? iiiqnsgsfin fpimg, ES3wnE, fwih-vm fiibne Hl'fufQ1QH E-53fQi7Hffj img fQ53ES'CZ5QCfil,, Wiz to fmmlsiwwlfcituicmgm E few Fwfsfivfwa gram Glhpiffmgylm WMSQ MW: We ff a1-.m Hlrnmlks Ibmfki mm :QUE QW wnmcalisa 9mowf2mff6ls1. Lruigimii QEK51 x+miHd ' Anfi W iimiursfr Qinmgvsfi MVQDMF g55.L'i1JI11g2E3wfiffBI!iJ3Ul,fQj!3GJDilB7E Fmfulimmcaiag IEEmiQff.f1h1QHhQ1Q16l WS:VUHCl:Ei:EEfR:S qZ WTHCQ '1i, , 'Em films FEW? w'TiHlE my L35 D amd HQKQIY CHHJPDQZ ibwgwgm iiiM"QD1'1Bg23iFJ film emi! the lbnmflg 1501315-FQHU im Efmsiwfiif WM'fQ'me fi FmQ Msoimiii QE' 97165399 fiumcdl J A 4 QL . , -mmfil e Mw f:a gys m?mmfQQamImeu' fulfflf? ff Qmm2aQ fwive fgsfmaafc-aQSl H21 fSi?w3:3Lr51iIS K 1. 1 I-if Yi ' ff -4 L2 GL firm RD Emma? FG-mg,fmQm1m,, GQ11'Pwfg Rpm Rmibonm SfmfmHa1u. am EPM LHLQMQ caarvlbx -Qfimcafh , A x ff.. , wg J, ...Q Mg ' M W 1 mf- ' T wa E, ' 'W . . - I r dhxgf.. . v. 'K . ww - ,grip ' ' , f' VL M H 43 41, ? 6' Kelly Milner watchsssomeofmhcgnodI giambm!! pkyusontheqmd, Todayf Mika Miller, Mike Voymovich, Bill Leonhardt, Jim Wood and Steve Bm. Tbmdmmy- Eton him? il? gf.-n E gEiiAynlamdMiLhBmuen1smmthuiftho,umiorthn H, X Seniors Being Themselves Y 4 vue- f ,E 1mgf??f1'Lsf.',, Q- , Tj.. -v-n,: 4- .L 'wxrha-3-li", , 4 .. - 1 . 'N vs ,., iv-3' '5 -yr., "?fL.bl!'." r - whit -- as L-f-flqpvf 4, We f,'x,K , A- N..,,f' NPHS Seniors gather together at Borchard Park to demonstrate their "Spirit of '76". V li 'Tim Kelly wisheshis friend Ralphrwas someone else fRaquel Welch, maybe?J. 1 -. s, -W uxxy. 1521 ff' -e .4- vfafe ff-.1.f::s:: 1 1.3:-e ' -.- Q-1 szs..-rwrzszm ,Q- R iie'i l Iivif' erl. A 134 ff' g if- 'lf' f "Q s i in 1 l i ror'i, 1 ! Seniors Yvonne Malone and Jeanne Sweeten couldn't afford to decorate their apartment, so, . , Matt Broadway, Paul Courtright and Steve Ventura reflect on the past four years at NPHS while, in the background, stands the future. Don Bernstein and Bret Welshymer pool their money to, reluctantly, buy the Cafeteria's food. That's what I like about this school, there's alvsiays something constructive to do. f :Q -ff' .- nfl' l Q1 'LF ,Y '1v.-,V-,f!ql7..a,m, ,K ' , ,-,g K ,ggf,,f' . , ..g,t -9. l .K ,v 4. - - . L, .-.: V, xn. i"Xr lrvk. X 1 I , 4 1 .M 3.1: jf 4 . l,.,,f1 '. . uw, ,gpg la . ' K .-.xv-iv, J' ,lgmw-X ,' A .V , ,-,wh QE--35 A, 4 X Q, Elini P: 3 5, Lwgi l ' i 1-'V' ' A , I ' 'U ',,,s. R ,wx 1 A, ,i gf W "'i".iQ' ,"f'l"'V f' ef'-'Z " fn I' I X - 1, -.fu rx Lv ...Xl gl! ,f. X. ' Doug Trotter, Randy Doner, Mike Nunno, and Bob Ames Cheerfully pose. YI' ' V il 15, Profile iii Mix sf Profile Profile Profile eitolile -laoict atm... tml not t.. .iii my Irtviitls, t--,-t-t-..,iit- to ot.. -I t' so . out thot i-ot--sm .-tott, in had ...mt not mt..-. W.-itil-f I-ot-.,..iit in ini: tio- i-fiom' 'tio-tt. to -.ii tht- -nits out ion, on out mt- tion torgt-t tht- got-tl tiriit-s v.t- luitl, girl. or else your tires will lu- lou in .tit Slit "ht" to Homo Itohiti I. Alt-xlindere 'Ihtmk too NPHS :intl .ill ot mx frttrntls. Hetti Ior so mum tinlorgvttrililt- int-iiiorit-s' 'l'h.ink xou llnisx, lor brightening :ill ot tnv tlaxs. .ind Pinky Shake it-to-tr" time-r sitting, snort sitting. plants, inusu' :intl animals .tkliafirtm 'l-loop" I'h.mk xott. I,ord. lot the inetriorit-s. wisdom .intl low I have ohtmiit-tl in thu oust tour Wllfe lharik too "Hurts" "l,oiiw". .intl "l' l' " for tin- forgutttitilt- good times. We were great. I-'ore-it-r in love with mv " liedtly Bent' Smile' of-ti t-1 Amis- Ht-int-ken no-r. turtles. unter limi mow skiing. mi hutldit-s. .intl ol tonne. my mother tnot niet-I-soirilv in that order! I nut what I .im - tl people tloti't like that i i- it to-yvitiii Sharon Ammous When I pass the Halls ol Ivy. I'll think bat-k on ull too poor untortuniites that hnvt- three years Ielt. hood lurk' 'lkiku cnrv, tiuinen pig: ltickx Scott. keep oft thirst' ttottgimuts. Amit. ot- or .ri mt- go.-limi NEW Aiiiwrson. 'iApp" Nothing but tnanv grt-ru memories Tim Nina will stziv with me :ill my lite Special thanks to Foauh Ililtnorv who out me down, tmat-it tttat-gm., wit.. next-r ltstetwd to mv: Vozirh Mrliny. who gait- up: and to Coach Huront- who tried. "You may sax I'tii a dreamer, hut l'rn not the only one I hope someday you'll join its nntl thc world will live asonef' -Lennon Armstrong: Lend vocalist ol l-'l.NI.IJ. It was great funlf' IHIWII like pert-ent ol the timel SY.I.. and H.l-' always. A. Ashes: "A7" True lot er oi green hlkhffs und fhicago. Former dancing Thanks to Kid Flash for being the sunshine of no lilt-. and to Al. Hrs-ti. :intl all my spt-out friends tor ntaiong my high st-hott ,erm troo- ablt' und niemorulilc. I loxe you all. "Yestt-rdax is hut todays memory rind tom..rrow .s trifle.,-'s dream 'l'rust the dreams. for in them is hidden the gate to eternity." Thanks to you too, 'l',,l. K-Mart shoes role' Curtis -I Ausmtisi "Uv" I-'our years oI football and track. two was nomar, ivtt-milf-rtit H-no Vluli. Vhristine Ayala. "I'tickett" Two vents of Ilrill Ientn. and the thing I'll miss is my friends and lieing a niurnher of "'I'HFZ I'-'AfVlIl.Y" Barbara Harrettz Frossfttc. Horncy the l'uo, Doug tR'Yl. being A it rondte lor t'l". Ineo. t amels and rows. Den-lien. -lohn Bruno. two kittens - Vritrket and Messina. tkl. A. Rug- W giewif , dolphins, t'rossIire-'s has, other ttztu-st what't. PHAIAIS IIT. vifio- t.. Harriet: i hart- mo .I tot ..i people at silos. anti :strut oatfheion ii. .iii my rr' -- ' , errin i-miiti-it-iitnottot-1i.ttt-.tmiitmi . wrt-siting. Andrea I-luringer: Out greatest glory t not Bernstein: -itemtionr' t-tit..-it omheu hart- made mio- ioemis that will nw- -,, he my friends Without mv friends sch Y nglwtr the same Ivgish my Iriends tht- hesfof Iucloalways tattoo --iam mt-t:..ti. ny. tsnivsoulf' man. Midnight tkovlttivifli. .I,t'.. Zyl.t lohnnv 'intl Nl A 'l'h'ink I' it hut .n rising not titnewnfull- omit the topo, times . wt- it-iii ti.P.E.. on time for gunr massI"I. a frog I-Z IJ.. it surt- went tnst sunn.,u-ef so-ti. , A Marta Berrv: it w skiing was tittevefipa i wouiftrrt be X ati' i cantiipiaet' 'S tm-tin nt udrathe-trotting' , - f""t' .rem nithf.p,i'ii mist ati my friends. hut the memories tt-.ii tau to T-fewer-tally those ut my freshman you i i-we ountmns and waterlallsg someday i hope tt. huiltl my own house I enjovetl myself. hut I'm glad it's over. Now I begin a new life Varol Bloodwnrth: 'il'5umpsv" My frivortte things nre violets. Mel Brooks. and Monterey. Love and thanks to all the Lunch Bunch. Always remt-mher you're a unique vhilri oftiod. Will Hloyd: H--y l came. and h y I remain' hneheal A. Homer: stool-te" The past holds food memories which can'I he altered or forgotten. The present is the stepping stone to the future. a future that holds tnanv dreams. lt we strive for the future we can attain these dreams. Jefferson Brown: If you give the students responsibility. Eliza they'll he responsible. listen to them. und they'll listen to you. Ilttching., littering the campus. and not listen- ing to teachers is a way ofshowingszing-19t', ci way of re- helling against school authority. The people in power tst-hool hoard. principal: were not put into office hy the stud tsthar they rule. It's untiemocrntiu. ' heth A. ghan: "I.iz" Be a person who makes others smile and you will smile at yourself. Suzanne Burinell' "Sue l'Iunns" Spirit of '76 - RAI-If I take Dt.-nn with me so many nappy memories ot Nens. The friendships Ike shared here will always mean a lot to me. Special thanks to "Betty Boop". "t'.P.". "Louie". "P.P and "Weente'i Hey Robe-nn and Kelly. remember out early mourning thiccupt hreakt'zists" Michele. I'll he setting you at Sally's Dress Shop. OK7' you. - fl Buisley' "Hirdseed, I-lursf' School was heat. but it was made easier hy the IoIlox'i'ing people- Mrs Dennis. Coach Scott, Foach Lloyd. "THE l"AMlI.Y'i and Al- lison. whom I love with all my heart. Danielle Butler: "This time. like all other times. is a very Antoi good one. il we but know what to do with it." Ralph Wzildoli erson. nette Val , Rememhering- Rot, Firehead. Fral Fur- ris.Qavltir. 0"Hara's Mountain. Moe, and Knockers isnt if Vhinese Farfanitsg some tm tu the for-ner. others peed in the cur. IJenny's. etr' tmtia tvimptmint.. I'm st. giaai imaiit- mtttie it. Ilenis Terry e Carlsoiie: "Super Nose. Fanny Ftngernnil. Denny. Far- honski and Tor" Went to NPHS tor tour years. Was on thc- Honor Roll once. had only Sli ttuants in my fresh- man year. A special goodbye to Little Kenyartl Jamie Lian- the sophomore that tons like a girl. Also to .lolly Janet. lron Man. Swimmer -loc. -lohn Musky ttellow S.N.i. :ind Thor. alias W IJ., also I7ino's Tv1aster.I be- longtothe"FAMIl.Y"-Haste' ' ,fr Fnrlson. These years went hy so fast I enjoy ravi!!! motocross, water skiing. music. vars. and having I-lose friends. especially if theyre girls. 'lkqall my friends' may ood nits. you nlwnys. I.tsa Vntpentet Good luck to everyone Hnxe lun in whatever We-nd vou do h y Vassar. i'Mousj" "All things must press' , hut not the memoriwhthat nll my Iriends gate me. To hur- tt'hiinkvl.'atid our onfurgt-ttnhle friendship. All my tote to tar.-will-tts. it-gas tu-ut.1ames'rttyiof Demo i, fhingy. -'uve ot-es t hate .init good mt-moral-S or ' Kurt-n Ni-Hs. My nest iiiemory-is of my freshman rw when I' met Doug Woke her-ti together ever since. The teachers und :itlmiriistmtion here are the greatest ut-tv: ter.-ei emit-rut out i time gum this tru und 1 um tinaillx grndimlimf' LMP If I'1tlf'hl"'7Wh5- hI'H'l'W- kinnn.-ss. ronsidemtion .md toe-ut. tat,--dine. tl-mtl 'H' wits' t'it-ltttr it who uttrft- tome for tsn't .tufts time for then it isn't north lo ing for. John t'i..tut-- tion uit-.limits WHS ftitflfnls ' 5"I'P"" W" wrestling team to tht- fullest I se your four it-.irs to acmmplish as mnnv things ns possible .- Hichnrdthinihrn .lust lookin for soitit-rush Terry t,. tune. txt- .tilt-.tts tonsidcrcd nit-st-it it fotitst When I was terv young, I :iskert what tht- diflt-rent-e he-- twt-en u pt-ssinnst an :in optirnist was Soto? 'int' PU' some writer .rt .I qos- .md item tt up tt- me tho' -iskffi what I sms. I stud I out hull u glass ol' outer. and that s run .... ..h.I...ooht of lift' t-ter since And Rnliean. oinl-oe-shake Iort-ver. Much love to allyoff V V. ' W 1 I if' susiin l'-irrles, "Oh Yury Yotititfl tt'nt Stovensl :intl facing it.,-,-t.tmt-iff' Doug Humphrey: Tum me loose from your hands. let nie fly life, wt- .ill will go otir own mos Hut trwvriorivs ol Mary Ann I-'Iett-her: What sunshine is to flowers. smiles .ire mdgelanl tumte .it,Z,ng9'1'm,pin 4-rutlt-ss ioottstll irroiits .ind tht- t-rim, W-ndt-rtul times in iwmnngit- 'rhet me hi., it-mit., i., iw tim.: tm, ,K-M, Maureen Hunter. 1 A me drink deeph. Mm the Wme, and the wtthivemtt will not-rite gone. l.ovetonll mt-tm-luis, ,md HMM lm.-, ,,.,,hw.,,, the good they no is tn- Wim- light 'C..i,,,ed candle. gn dmk drew. mms iv-1 mf'--vi it-if-'hw mv- t-ont-t-tt.ti,it-. .i..o,,h ,uttitson Thanks pai. for all the i,,..k',,, the ,,,g,,,,, and .mg at ,,,,..Qif and gong., if Nlnrv t'otts' lioggit- .intl tht- l'ultntrt-e Kid, Fliugtkirlinu sunset h,,m,t Uma, we will rpmemiigftiwm that! reallv me on thu shelf - Bernie Taitpin I lu' .tt the it-rt.-it. "Beizttinitigs". ctttst- up with iii. son nit' 'rem .i. ixmrto --'init' How mn one fied-rttte the emttest imtiiifui nitro.-. i-:itt,n, out-oi. Eli. hone itit,Q,,,..g' N friend. with n htoirt lull ot hope. rise With arms to tenth. rt-nth Iot loin, With at soul to shine. -htne otit smiles Touch the world and one out toorjoy I-'or tiort is love." Paul Fouttrighl This st-hool changed me from sweet and innovtitit to rovtdv rind torrirpt A lot of good times. gannus. partie- and ttittfhing. This schools si zoo, liut I had a lot oftttn, I Ivt-I sorts Ior the stickers who :ite just hegtnntng 'Ihunks XPHS for fi tot of laughs. l'll next-t lorgt-t it 'liairinii Vrnne' litres rtnybotly rvititfmlicr llayle May" -lnnt-at l'rosvvliitc. ".lollx -l:int-t ztnd Super I'ht-2-ks" "Make new friends. Init keep the oldi those me silver, these are gold." Thanks to nll my "gold" Iriunds lor helping to make inv two years at Nl' sttperf A special thanks to Denise. lite-no. Ken. Dino, Hope. Cousin Steve .intl "'I'Hl-Z I-iAN1ll.Y" tiootllutfk everyone' Hastii, Ilaxt- Ilnlton. I-'our years ol football, lout years of track. tt-ur term or parties. four years or lveing myself. tour years ot lttill, tour years ol hnppint-ss! To Het-kin l'Il always ltneyou, for:-it-r lmoktliilworltl.l'1Ert'It'ttm0" Kim Delloerz Thanks NP. for all the super friends :they know 'Y wliothep area" '- I-Becky Ililihle: Why should we he in smith desperate haste lo sut-reed, nod in surh desperate enterprises" If a man does not keep have uith his companions. perhaps it is hecause he he-an a differs-nt drummer, I.et him step tothe music which he hears. however measured or tar away - Henry David Thoreau. Tiniotht IJit-k1 Nlny the rallies in the "Pointless I'avilion'i t-ontinue to worst-n forever and may the Ilrtll Teamis tapes end up alongside Nixon! Virginia Iltlworth: "Ginny" Moved to NP Irom San Diego in Senior year. .Ianunry graduate CSF - Ill. Concert t'hoir - Io. Honor Iinsemhle ll in San lliego. Xocal I-Inst-mhle - 12 at X.I' Remembering my friends Sharon. ttntmt. ciao-, and t-spr-cially steve. I-Edward .I. Dingle. Nllingleherry, Ding" Business and Honor Roll student. I like to snow and watt-r ski. play tennis and go straightent-dout is great. rind so is Ann I.. Dixon: "Ann und tht p ily .ioiiy .tant-t. not mints 'rio spun nr' r ie" all for what once was. and ve ' ivh1t'stto ti forget - Vvternories mai' he heautitul 'in memher we simplx t' wont I'in v 'someone who Int he dai rose I rink xou lexfknne I tlden smtlew o unrife and i tanno whos .i basehall to the t't"i'l"am oood come hack .turret tr.c'aou it. , Richard llrewes: Although I went to class I got a lot out of NPHS, I met some girls. I of dances. and so on. I was even dumb. I enough to pot rootiraii. As for wttennt-s. you can't do everything' ' of his life" Backoatktng. jump freight trains. the moun- tain. the ovenn. water hnlloon fights. the wtldt'lowe1s in the moonlight. John llenver. rnind pi-ovokin ques- tions. ioothall and basketball games. friendships that will last forever. and IIUIJ thru -lesus Christ. In order lo dist-me-r life. one must rome out of his hole, look back into the darkness, und usk not '4What"' and "How"", but "Whv"" There is only one nnswt-r GUIJ. Michael tiallenstein: "Like the twilight in the road up Genie- nheatl, They don't set- just where were going. And all' the secrets in the universe whisper irvour ears and all the years will come and go :ind take us up, always up, For we may never pass this way agtiirif'-Seals and Crofts, l.iIe is hating good friends. an open mind and ri warm heart. I only hope tonchiete this. ' V I.. tlarher' "timber" Wait. Wonders are unfolding, Tremlile with awe. No man can stand on the threshold of I-Zternity unshaken I give unto you Eternal Life. A tree gift. ri wonderful gilt - the Life ofthe Ages. Bach word or thought of yours can he like a pearl that you drop into the set-rt-t place of another heart. and in some hour ot need. lo' the recinin-nt finds the treasure and realizes forthe ftmt time its value. "Bod Falling." Nancy I., Getninn: taliast Smokey. thanks for the nickname. Celest Ralph ui rue rrero 3, ,sue H.A.-Hditiir of this hook. pres, ot W.A.A.. swimming and volleyball are my thing- and to my Iriends I Ioike "II ihad a wish I could wish for you. l'd make a M51 Ior5 shine allthe while "-Lllenver. , e Iiitardi: "Mama" "Old days. irond times I reniemhrerz gold tlayz-. days I'll always treasure." l,oves."fria-nds. games and parties :ill made my Iour years at NPHS great. Much love and thanks to "Duher" and "John- son" for their friendship and our "good times" together. Also, thanks to l'Vl.li.. KW.. BA.. and :ill them-I rest for their friendship. Thanks to D.B,Ior his advice that helped make my senior year great. I love you all! tloers: Four years B O.. Pres. one year, two years trackg One Way Fluh two years. Nlr. H. Thomas in Hass, two out of class. Spirit of '7ti. I'll never forget fn moment t it I me taken their own advife. some dis-I is 't remember paper 'I'erri und the ad Co.. in lov ii cago. te-im two tea 4 ug sw pun e I would e -ist u a tan 1 ou if vou sharing you will alone e ends sin uba Aspasia into-as. Anti i trotted at you with my ' ht-aol omit t-yes and said I'll make you a model yet! , ditch e arties. you're my truest friend- hey"don't forget l985: f' wrest rs Louie. I,ouie. -Iohrison. -Iohnson. Timothy A C ett much- Michele. l'm still waiting for that lead uitarxst my tennis hurl Christy-I'lI see you in the or et mx Van Nuys Crusing buddy Stacey-don't forget wut, Ann- 1 hope for you happiness and it-re we V some reullv good times. Whats cookin' good,lookto'. hey hinot-ulais man- I miss you- Carla- you silly Phil girl- to my hest buddies- grads of IEIT5--wary. Mark. Kristi. t'athy,'Iiom. Mona, Vicki I FOMHI Phillip T Dvoraki School has left me speechless. Penny J. Dykeman: "Inep'A'N0i I'm NOTItaltan' Kevin M. Flady. "Hawk" To you. Wendy. and nll my other friends. I give you my love and friendship. To the gang-Q' I give you the memories of the fun we had throwing water hulloons at tnrtot-ent kids on hot summer days and also the memories of our TI' obs tthe one on the FBI agents house. efpectallyt. - Kenneth -I. I-Zdwards1 "Kenny" jtfhool is like people At 'times. great. other times not Ellen I 1 peace unto you, ost not your he b Iraid vou not a Rocky Ellisgr Hnppines is like n butterfly. The more you upktgl chase it. the mor will elude you. But if you tum Here' your attention, other things, it comes and softly sits on your shrfulder. , In Brian Iilsen: I give fu NPI-I5 nothing in the way of scholastic - achievements. I admit l am not sniartotftui smarter ,--r than Rich Drewes. I also tidmit football stinks. hut, I was stupid enough to play And mostly. Debbie ,, Kathy Iisseff:-"'I'h:xtiks Timhwolfnt you Ent a nose like at donutl t,l. Taylerl "0neoIthese nights" "Tti". To Patf' 'who can't stay away from Harleyfsl tlloger DJ 1 Ride a - rock horse ' To Kitn- may you never get any irrowth under your Chin like you know who? Tirnhwolf. vveviharir- the best seats on the quad "People ureso lrazzar " Angie Evans: l started NP in my Junior year. I dldn't know anyone :ind the Iitst person I met turnedyut to he my best friend for the next two years. I really want to thank Sue Guttierez for et erything, I really ehjpyed NPHS, it' K was a lot more mellow than myotheri-nghool, hut I liked it I rt-div lid everytime else I mel years, esiiet-iaiimto. otx .iti vo, Po. tgyietrpz .I . uintleveryotiedee "THE I-'AMll,Y",',f I f tmrtsttne tart-im-stave' risi' it"sh,iniryiru your titfigfiffems - J., gil-erm r o o ying. Wishing you your own. Uerik Fnlwttll' 'r'l'. ' Fnthy I-'ergusoti"" A RB. one yr-ar. Holt hall two vears. Tennis th e years tlr-tteted twirtfl. Basketball slats - foui'yt-ats. Member ol the lngny: Bunrh. I like the Beach Boys. Hatirthorrte. M 'ist-onstn. Vplayitltl piano-and the tireen Bug' My t -e to the Mad Bomber. Humps. Sands. -lule, Bet-k. fiunrlyhuns. 'I'winky. Thetrner. Pztchule. Betty Hoop and "Ma to0'f" And tememhr-r,t1odloi ts ex t-front-1' ' iflmw xt- Foolom. --A memofit 5, a pit.,t.t,:mpi. miter, M' ,Chris , mY no to the heart " Hia.-t-orpiu-us it'!l?:i.74t. Finmwtlinsrf I 11974-TBI-ranip. parades. allik iratvies. buses. the -lnrnesB lu-en , I ,. . e. ,. . "'I'tait1". lun with my idilriends. rzxzzin . t HI- t'kt:tr'.-wrtum srntisjnriettt eyes -ext-ani out tt- the world to world to knou. to grow, to love, today yes tolifextortsk Iindingytwrealselff' 4 Denise I, Fleer: To my ex-teachers, Ilorothy Beatihien- ftlay i-otir'hetxrt of stone bleed for all your future students. i-'mu Fellow t-initio. nies gut. items Attitet-tm. mt xour it-to-4'.,itt.tts tu- iaughett at.. .min xttrmi... Get-metrx wus lun. No nie. Hit-hixrrl Freed- Nitty I-Iucltrl the on il-mt--' i-when mio Slay your t'.it-.elle at wnys glennx and shine like new It uns ti fun tluss. To , . I my best friend Nant-t Adamson- he-ctet of sum-ess. en- . I t'un.ttiu-tutor .xi out 's ri it Imd beauty inir gfe. I -Init. nwone t-ouldniake I love you! firm in the mutt. 9 'I Susan Huston: Three years drill teaniufonegear Black .lill Johnson: The true business ttf Mich Lauri: Orpheus. three years I'.5.I-'. In my Qoflmulnry..-one smile is worth a thousand words. . 'think about whatever it was they before someone came along nnd told ele l'hree und ,we-se, 59 f"22S-1.55--finer 1 W , 'lr' fi, WWF' i L 4. Y , X we Donna Gunderson enjoys her reign as Senior Princess dur- ing this year's Homecoming activities. lb JanetiC. Acuna y George A. Adams Tim J. Ahern Q Kimberly A. Albaeck. Robin L. Alexander Betty Alvarez Robert E. Ames Seniors. V17 Sharon D. Ammons Alison L. Anderson Paul S. Anderson Christine H. Andrews James M. Angelastro Denise L. Angelini Marty An germ an Steven C. Apperson Timothy P. Armstrong Nina A. Asnes Curtis J. Ausmus Christine L. Ayala Greg J. Ayala Barbara A. Baier Josh Balbien David C. Banks .-P, LAN, V, ,, er., ,, - ,s .J V. X, . . - - - '-fs:--iffgzr.. .., is.:-1-1 f.:f'.fw.f2f.i f' '- . '. f - , .- ' -.,::- : '. ' ' -l -' lv- - ' :L ii..,g----9,9-.X -- ,. ,F ,,, -..4.-Q-qs.: Y , ' --,,-.L1. . - pr - - ,. ...wa-y -A A., ... Y. .5 4 ,+:.,-1.5q,,..r,.g..- - . -. :.,... CU: ex . . . -- f -.4 .-V'-T. 'f , -J .gill '--if--5f'T.,: ,-'-:Fill-9' I:,,':'-2-jf-1?-'55-31n:.i"f J . "V .' ' ' ' ' ' ' i, -"ga kv' .Vg 3fif's55f1fi2?'iS1'i.,!L,if'f 1,153 ET? ft' ff: f"i?-ZYSZV5. . 'Q f ff lu 3 ', V- I..-.s.,.,'. 1:61 fag., . -1.--2 b,1:Q,,"r2,-was--A 9551: + 'asap pgs" .N f ' , 1. 7.3 .2. z '32, 1 L r f -. T-'-ggeziifgfwe zgryiir- 7:21124 '1' f jq1Revff1z:::3"ff..46ks"'KM , q5 ' 3-3....:,. ff.. -7 '1 " 181 .,-. ,f ave , asf r .,. F71 z.. 31' .. Q , ,M --1+'f5'.L"9- -IQTFK.-uni if QHHR . , T7-2k'Wf7f5"??:rr-il.. 24.-137 '. 'X' 'S' ' .... M Q' .Mn - .84 1 .. M. , .- . . -..s. .. .. g--gf-.-.-A . .s r-we-.-.Jw PM M1--.Ns .-- 4.-.4 . ...aff Q. - ls. 5 2 These Are the Good old Days Seniorsl?J. , E , V mf f ,. .qu f :. - G 5:9 I 1 , ,-fa.- , ,.... ,Hf 1 ' , , .. HIL ,Kl,,:YQ3q::,- Barbara M. Barrett Christopher J. Barsamian Diana F. Bartels Vicky L. Bartley James M. Bastien Mark D. Batchelor Robert J. Batterson Wendy R. Baum Frank Bellinghiere Scott Bentley Patricia L. Bergeron Andrea L. Beringer Robin Suzuki watches as Pete'Sta1nosand,:Steve Roche! actlike, " B to N19 Don S. Bernstein Marla J. Berry Edward E. Bianchi Jenifer J. Bishop Carol G. Bloodworth Jeff S. Blum James A. Boehmer James D. Book Michael A. Borner David M. Bowen Sara B. Bowling Jan R. Boyd 20 Seniorsi 'iri S Summer registration is so much fun. Susan M. Boykin William Boyle Craig E. Bracken John J. Bratmon Michael W. Breazeal Bart T. Brevik Austin Brewer Matthew D. Broadway Keith Broccoli Jefferson Brown Adrian E. Bruce Elizabeth A. Buchanan Suzanne Bunnell Dennis C. Bursley Danielle Butler Steven K. Butler J 1, ' Seniors 21 i' A V cam? There's a Little Bit of Freshman in Every Senior After long hours of hard work, Robin Suzuki' finally comprehends her chemistry Barton Caddell Antoinette M. Callahan Lisa Jo Campanella JeffA. Campbell ,silk fLinda'A.'Cainpifiano ' I- ' NanCyS.'CannonEgf i'V,r '. - Denise' M, Carlione V 1 3E,Mv+ . 934 , . ,YI M S , 7 ,, . , Mark A. Castro David A. Cavanaugh Cami York and friend work with coping saw during jewelry class. N x ff ...gem ze aff- -A V- . nwfrfx. L . '--4. - nfizlffeg--:irrfff..': , ..f,,.?.vs:wf.iie.g . -. . , l F153:5g'..,1gio.T,3g4af..g Qj3a L'agfg.5.1:, ' .- 'ff w33Q':'f?, 7 E 'E-jim"-4-5573-f.1'f'J . if-f?2E??fZi:'2sif'g'B.,. q- f he -if , Y .ag-"53"'f" y si :S . 1-?1,.1f'l-LL' iii: V 4- 'fn-qglz' .5 esf J ,pr-1 if " ifxgjwjv - :fl V, 'seg - f ffm: , - Lise L. Carpenter' Maria L. Carr .Q .Patrick E. Carroll Peter J. Carruthers Sharon P. Carter endy L. Cassar . f M -1:-...g . 5, :T sfir f' 5 13, 13.1713 5: fgqpgsgf, .17 41.35, f:g:Q.,+,wgq -.3-7,.: Q.. . . , ff. ,,-. . .-..,.-H' - x- .:.- - . .. Q4-1-X3 v4 4., f '- .f f..: - . - e. .vc Y..-1. :., A- '-- '-l .Ag - ,- V- f :' na Q. 'f.,:Tf 11, av-1 if-rex: . , , . , -ii. M ' 3 gf "i1f:' 5Qi2i2:?'?2jA1'Y 1 " 11211 .V 3 J 11.1 -1 .:ff, 'E ' .,,3..f51LZgggfSa.. . . ,,. ff .45 igaggziilyw . lf 5 " 29:25, ww L 7 514217: 3 5 . ke.1,gaw9MEc1,vii , faizff... ' Denise L. Ching Diane Churchley Karen A. Cleath fi ...,,.-if John H. Cawthon Umberto F. Ciccone i 13 Seniors Are Finished but ot Done John C. Clouse Scott Coady Debora L. Coffelt Richard J. Coimbra . - A f -- f He: .ez--. - . . - V We - . -I hu .pm 24' . V -nf, ,, lgiifibftim-' W 1.-1f,,r:'1--?Q-TE -Qing -fr-qqggi--"3i'iQf2f'2?3f Ei L LH ' - -'N 2-f' " 2151, . -'ff -4--.vi :'1.e-.ff . . '1f""i'.-61" wa S , 1.- V 'i " '1-2-,Sf4?1.r51:-m"f. f ',"r?'Qa-553.5 . m1413551 agpgirr-pig . .- -J-sf: f ' -'fl-4:f:,f1-, ' -M5 :gr-W ff. wifi. gfg.: M.. ....,..., sn ....Ap.,...sv - i--D s:sZ.s:,,aar.-s5?,ki,1E'aa:Ef5:f5wz:f'iT2Te,'K Jordon Person and his friends accomplish a great amount of work during lunch. Randy Home flashes that sexy smile that we all know and love. f' lf C 4, T IAZHZ an ,sh. Terry L. Cole Larry A. Collins Christiana Colvin Denise J. Connor Susan R. Cordes John Corwin Mary C. Cotts V' Christopher Courtland Pau1'G. Courtright f .-- . ., s 41. - N ' e' :Jaffa-1 :egg-I .1-'f.,,-2.-.y 1, 1, 2.4:-, - 1 .:.3,f-ana -V -l :ff -ua N -gf-ws f 4'- Kimberly A. Cowdin Tammy V. Crane Richard C. Crawford Thomas M. Crawford Robin Crosby Janet L. Croswhite Jay Croy Terry K. Cumber X 4 'TT-2 ' ' 11,1 Terry Cole does his stuff for Black Orphens. He accompanies the choir all rehearsals and Concerts -' - -Lim-y.,:p -1,0 -I r- ,- . asf, ff -Q- -.+.1..,-., v- .,-. -L .. . -.Aw :..f,:r:1s'4:-4a,' , :J 1.01, 1--f-fa... V. . sq.: v--H..,.,-. J., , .,..-was 7:7 .Y . ,, , - 441-.-a-.-' .-gf.: - -.ni Sega...-usa... . C f g ' . .3 : iq--gjg-Q.Lgj-5s,5Q1T,,gg.g:' 1-1151.1 . -'41f,.'..:k,,w ., 1 ' --'..,.-,.,,-is Vg. , f- :ff-, ---,- 4 U -ya , 1... .. , i ,W ..,. ... .az ,,, , ,., . - - .. f ,. .-,1, ,N-,. . e. '3qs:,-.:-1 - .. 9 -f Q , J.. .r,.,-.:::f ,, .5 2-.Q-53 'A-5 -, sf: .j:g.1,ffi:. . f . e f51.s::2,,.f4 ff- - - - 2 ' '-- .1 :Qi- . 112. .wr 26 Sfxmorsfikhi? 'fffifxrffflfig-f --.ww--.gi. 9-5: -in-me , . - - '-gXi1-T51s:--m,Kv- - -.rx - mgga-.cr-9-x - - ef. : .f -1-"f--zf -we-f.-4: -wif --' '. ' . V.-1 fp. -f . if N - rgivmzp-f211f:'f11..sfif-:Q-sesgfaff.. .J .5 -1 9,9-sr?hgi'.,E.5f:. .a-Qlffjf' f" fafs5-'-wf:Ef ezzgi- '- -L: 1-g .. : -AQUA-.1 f -- -Q wf, -as 'aw . -. A, 1-. ,,.-gm, .As sa. ,- " ' '7T1wi:7vief 4 ' --1: fzwf w L 'rr : is '- r--ef,-rf -.jfeffw ',g1fs.-1,-W W .ff ..-- -f::f5.29:1 ?.f:':s:aQ1'-kfafsa-.f?g.g.Lag,f, ' ., ' Q 'V me . x Adi, 'V '- W Teri L. Cunningham David T. Dalton M Eff x x Stephanie E. Davies William L. Davis Monica Dean Teresa Dean Kimberly K. DeBoer FaBienne C. DeForges Linda C. DePalma Daniel W. DeValk Janice M. Devine Roger H. DeWames Rebecca J. Dibble Timothy W. Dick Dean J. Dickmann Theresa L. Dillingham Daniel J. Dillon Edward J. Dingle Donna Dintinger 28 Seniors,',i:-his Time Flys hen Tim Armstrong shows Jeff Richards that you need more power, period, to fly a good frizbee. You're Having Fun ' K ' ' K . .gzkgwzg ' ' I J -X ' Q . Vq l .il- ,- fag. wx , ,,m, , 3 . ,iff fw I Q., 'af Q, Jeff Richards shows his friends how it's done, it's all in the wrist. While Russ Zabel and Luis Guerrero look on and laugh. J, Ann Lisa Dixon Cheryl C. Doerfler Mary E. Doherty Randall L. Doner Pamela J. Dood Ted E. Dostal Joanne Dougherty i s seniiiigg '29 . fx o 'V - - v-'Ln 'iv T. 2' :Q l' sfq 3,..J ' -Q. -.N Richard C. Drewes Jr. Aspasia E. Drivas James S. Drolet Richard Dussaigne Phillip T. Dvorak Penny J. Dykeman - Randy L. Eads Kev-in M. Eady J 'iKenneth J. Edwards . W A V" ' '- -"1 1f'5 ",1'4,-1f1.fA.r-.' . 1 .z -- " Jwffiw' - J-STR: if :..' ia.:-gr:-.2L.1 ,vfas..f,.:1: ,vT'f.':5.-- . - - :. .V : .' .+ 1'f!'wg-.f 1A2.n.-52'-411'-ifbfi-,.112f,.Safnzg2-rv-.:Lv,5-ff... i---mf: .i -Z ' L . -- .. ., r is-3 uf.. ou '05, www :Biz W'-aff-1:-w. r2sw"'-Nqr: ' a nf- -X -P -- H if f 4- 1 if aw-. E--'ra -Z4 .xf,r,r-re. 1-f,..ff::s5-Q.: f.m:,f4e.:f'-f 1: , X. --nr sta-:f :hfq3'sd,:.s.:'v'4'2-saw . Q. .5 I-aio-qr:i'5.a3,:f. f-:Lm:.',.:.s,: .. . - - , P . - N- . .. ,Q . .gpg . lg..-1.x 5 ,,-.fi-fmt gN,.r,Qw.. .-X. ....-XM. .V - Lori English and Janet Pierce enjoy their Biology field trip. J .I 39, be .,.. 1 . 1 x 1 , -Q wmwg , suqqir-,EA wg, , 'VY' 'a wx? +4 'gg-, M"""V'?"s , , .--ff..fi..'x?ff2m, ...T 1 .., , .. .. . 5 iikiqcf , '- ' may . " 'f32rs', 'Q "" ' -N.,x.j.'f,. , k ff.. .Q eg -Q L...,,.:. . , A ,L .A 'fa .Pi e . fi gf? fig-,gf W 4, ' bi 1-saga-1.-:ag-A-. wi . 5f+w?f:f'v- , -wx ffragarfm-q:',52 Mis, :eggs , M QQQQKAQ5: -4.35.-'swf w 2 ...yy f ,33Si:G?ii"' 'Z'--:EE 2-af. 2 as-1 rw ,,. sr3:.:.---3-wr W 211419 it A1-ir:.5,.fq. 515. 1 wr-.-:g.e':-2-Fi' ngrfgzl- 2-. - 5' -f-My . x-Q-+.wa.4gis:ws-.ww .4-ws45v.'M -ghd - ,bzvgqr -- -.-as . 4'.-- - :ww tvxsifislill.-.1.:w.Q?z..f'.t:.'--M.. .:.-U--X A-1 -- ffl:-"-4 mixln- . . -S"-""' 'wgmf ..., , -f QV' . grief' .5 aww. W. uw '-:wifi Hliiii. C -Y., ,-i.,-ffvgrwm 1, , ., .5 as 14:-A11 zz. ww-we N 1' -' f'--' 1 -"t ?'Q:1fm:?: 4 f ..,,, -L., ,-- ,.... M ,X - emu: uf.-aug -,1 'fiiligl l A Friend Is the Best Possession DeAnn Egbert Rocky Ellis Brian Elsea 1 i -. l, l A 5 1 l Christy L, Endicott Ed E. Escoto . Maria E. Esparza Q l' ,gif C C Y 1. q, , . E ' M :Ln 'ai' E E V ff Kathleen G. Esseff ' Angela R. Evans Carolyn A. Ewig r 1 V Christine A. Ezykowski Cathy Fairbanksi , l A E. Timothy Falkner 'y f , i , V , .gf , E 1 ,Seniois .aio ' QL-:nina x . , Ann Dixon is shy in front of the camera, like most Seniors at assemblies. , .... L ,R ..,,J,.,-,,.,. . ,f:,.,... ag: .. He, Q :wil 14359, .. Q ,-g'-gxfpvfyef , , 31111 ., Qgfgseffze fEE.igL52'aq2fm:' fix ,.. ,N . , Q. 1 Aa... ,1., -,.1ff..: -V T p --,. .f -1:61319 3 gr-5,5-,.:.:,-f Look Out World, Here ': T41 . MW-V Just a rememberance of the tiines we've Shared here at Newbury Park High School. 4 Julia L. Fry Terry J. Fundak Michael Gallenstein Genie L. Garber Bonnie S. Garmon Jacqueline A. Gavazzoni Tod A. Geer Nancy L. Getman Celeste A. Girardi ,F u.:-.. .grzfgva vv: 43,If,2:g2f,,f5j,af. .V ,VVS-. ,, ,fi g .Qs K A ,.,. . .. ,- SQA. X It's Just Another Da Teresa M. Giordani Don S. Girdwood Marilee Glanville Susanne L. Glinos Ralph W. Goers Jr. Ronald S. Goldberg Susan Gonzales Karen Gore 1 Mark H7 Gottwald - . ' 95 If-1f'Tf3' 731- 1 se--'grlgf ., A 1... g, - R, g . K- .Q-1. .f4-.f . W, -.. 1- V aa. .,. .. , Y .-,- V-1-'N'-1-,rf-feesnfigefs-::qrf"h.- -- ..-1 1 1 ...f, ' ' ' S -'JI-'ifl-Af"', "NL:-'11 -' "?'egsRTf5-.- r- ,"' ' -"- A'-if 11. ...J ' ' - I . ..,... .. . a. l .ww -4' . . Seniors have it rough here at NPHSg having lunch periods 4th, 5th and 6th. 'RN 3 X f ff ln A fliwl' ' "-H . ,f il fy , .Y , nj ' 42. . l- il , A I M 1, 4 ,sf I . V I Z 'i' sr. Qi' 'D -.4 fe ez: . -assi. f sa:-fs -A :-2 J is Y pi -A S- 13.71 - ,f S- 'T f"E5,.3i5E'iM55fT5f2?3f"i4555:E1155:'ff fi' 1 ' J - V is '., ',H2azs.:.w+zfRe .-ex S :f igs-f 4- ' F iibze-1 P sl-3':fSTPs.af2+r:i.e . rs- una-2 ..+-:gs-:1':Z:1':Q-atv Q:-2-'am-if-aigsf'-is P93E's'4e.Aswfff7::5.-v:s.mb.,,5,,g1-,. :Q?i3f1:,1'.f ,g.-1-.rf Q.:-F.'g,.':vW 15:4,gaqgSi'f:Ln+j:t1f'w.L:a,afff'ss1'fgvqfeefiif .1-4,535 .-W: an-:cs-1m,:i,,Q:-.w xxwsfsi, s '-fl '- 'sw -: 1"sU:2:-2' 1 . - 2' . - :f.f..xw:,4e,. .-,1'-wrfwffss,f.w.f5a-.:. 1' H .. -- -- ff -fra. :L-fr 'SqS,1.'f-,4.a+s'- . .--we k k-m,.g, ., - S-.Lx -sm ' . V f ' n- V -' 4 - ' - - ' - - -W -'K .H nc, J of K Ai sw- , ,. 49' I f ,af ' fawV1 Jack C. Gould Lynn M, Gourlay Scott K. Gove Michael J. Grant n Lorie A. Green Rick A. Gregory Jack J. Grindle Gary Groom Peter J. Gruenthal Luis Guerrero ...iwrfl SQ Xp eff.. W Z me ,K X-Q.. J, 1' . fx Vp ,., ,.f ,fn .,. . ,- mg, mf . ' U- ASF-1f37'H?f.' ..., Donna L. Gunderson 1 Mark S. Gunning Dorothy K. Gustafson 1, -4 , . 'Beg .X fl 5. -rm ...I+ i n rGs so s New an me A -4 V. r.rn ' 5,1 A Seniors stop for a breather during the Senior Cyclethon, where we raised money for the Senior Ball. Gary M. Gustafson Sue Gutierrez Karen Marie Guz Manuel G. Guzman , Timothy A. Hackett Janet L. Haddox ,. X. ,Q . L-:gf ,gjiikf - L '17-giagif -xi.. . ' Q .211-ia.aeiieffgrl-.if.5.Aff351.wfasff.-..i. it- ffi.isri"'iff-Fifi"-G X . ... .- . .-J...x:f.ss-.gin-1..,-, . -, ..- -V 6- . , . .. -. . . .. ...., -,.ttmx,..., Y. . .. .N-. -. -.-.fr ' 5 . ' - ' . .Yr T. .LSTT .H--.4-', 1rif'1:.:,?T's11Lfiiw-.-:sf1X - 36 SEIIIOTSI-f r. via--fe-1 r,f+"s---+ve .Y sr -X' 1 - -when M, tr :wax x L XR I Q- 3? . . .. ..,, ..--if-:.-sf.-...C .2-.-. :Q-.eng -N -1+-5.-f.:,Sfwf fs xi- -'b'ef-f2:g,Riig5bff-1Eifgkilaii -e ' . . ,1..fr, :G.pg,f.s .f-s,:5sf.af1r.:Yf1fgm--we f.fw1-Riva--'1-xrrqe. 'Q Hit-sb-skrlrsw .i , . ,fl .fk,.f::,fsxgg,4 4 ..,...,q,ff gaping -:A V .a -ogg ,.-553: f,5s:r':.Q-....-ig . , -e 1' -f"f-i.f'gsTr3qLEf3Q:-jrbmlw .jgi-.5:rJEr15'.g . - f '- s . uf -v - 5 K X fois.f11tf'l'F"21e5 X A 1-v..:-Q-QzszggfifisW-we-1'2:r"al:'ef:A 5-sit'.:lv1f3f'4vsf'?i".'5:-.-. . ' th-asv-'a L 1. 'salad '-3.1r'H.'SfPb.. ff sgca-i..,3 . ff?-gsrrsvi--' ' fri--L:-N.:14,..g,,'S5.F1QgI14?1u:x.' n .mai 1 .aw . 'ff 1 --rs H ..q.f- - 13, M - . " R-1-,,5'4g Q. funn xx QNRQ .QQ -.t G . 7 fm? Q. A 'W 'ff 3' 'f 1. 111: yy ,Q G. Ji iw Scott W. Handley Jay A. Hansen Ian A. Harding Patricia Harpel Christy L. Harper Phillip Harris Valarie J. Harris Keith R. Haveron George R. Hayley Ellen L. Hazeltine Gary Wi. Heath Lauren B. Hebrank Debra A. Heinrichs Richard J. Heinz Stephan . Hesser Stacey A. Hibbitt if Seniors 37 4-A -f,-:wfwf . - Gayle Higgins Cris E. Hill Kathryn J . Hitchcox Michael R. Hobbs William R. Hodson James B. Holston III Michael Hombeck Randal K. Horne Ronald J. Horvet Lori Hovious Janet I. Howe Curt Huettner We're the Spirit of SNK! 72ii.1, 7 . . xfffaaawf f'g,3gG5f-f::.":Q1-'1 .-g-.f- ', - - . Q if iff" .. 'iiif-1, ' ' 5 . Side.-1621 i ' ' 15.1,-iyiul sv ,JJ I Q- .N I x 'Z -wg.: E . w Paul Wieland and Rich Drewes show they've got what it takes to be a senior. , ,if ' ' ,254 .fi Douglas K. Humphrey . Janet M. Hungerford f" ' Steven T. Hunt A Maureen L. Hunter .lf V It Susan Huston , Lisa Hyde Wa- K X 114 I I Y Jill Irvine V5 M t"' W ' X' , h Thomas L. Irvine Timothy J. Irving I R 1 , 40 1 Seniors Arthur C. Jackson III Russell R. Jacobson Debra Jansen Seniors Get by ny Way 'Ifhey Can. O . O While waiting for the line to move during fegistration., Tom Lian and Russ Zabel stop for a quick check of schedule. Jon E. Jeffries Teresa Jennings Robert A. Jensen V Tamrmie L. Jensen Q Kathryn A. Jett, ' globin Joachim - Jeff Shoop tries t0 .look-'stL1dibqs, b1it jitfs Jhaird tq dq' Q-qripgilhpcg , perioqds. V ' A if ,Q,,. 91Q ji 1, A - ,,,z -4.., mx You in't Seen othin'Yet 75: 2 , , " , 3 "' ' ' , ,, , in J ' . F! V ,J 3, . Melissa J. Kitnick Steven Klekas Susan L. Klotz -Lynda Kay Knuth Michael A. Kocis Stephen D. Koemmpel Pamela J. Koenders Kathy Kristofferson Belinda J. Kurczeski 'ff 5' -'-.7 '- :M , . N ' ' : 1 lgnffzzlffig g .. -f --1 . V 13 ,.Y. ..Y. ,Vu AA- .iv i , - , ,M 1. f.. .4-,f :ear-q?v1,.1A , ff- ..- ms. V4 - f' Lgu V,-' f 1-141.5 nkf fl is 'L , gi i- -5.53 .illegals E, ' ' :uf ,V Li irl -15,"7f,a-, Y . fir? U ufirag-Nt' -ferr jgiiiiii vk4gxgVg5q'y.,?,vt -, s : . wif. AH, f- I " W - ,-22' Er- 4 Q 1 5 yi' Ps 1:3224-. 1, .ei-f'.--3 :33-ff-2 If Y !'fi-'f?1.i?'!Qi fmf vigi 'Karen Laukka X Kurt C. Kutcher m7" T' ' N Q' L - Vicki L. Lacasella 4 1" 1 V7 5 Sandy Lafferty "' ' J a l H i A' Q l .' . , pqrfipi: - H --. Richard A. LaFreniere Q i Q it 1 Charles H.Lahren , ' 4 ' ' ,A Hope Lampos if i x ' KL,. - X fi' . A -' A , as ' ,5 A X -Zi: X ,. ,L X . , Y - Oy ' ze. cr n e X Q ERT. X fa JEL ' 'i 4. 5 e igvi Q ... R ns V55 :5 Y"'9Sf ' Vg Wm. r E 1 e 1 A gg if 1 vw 5 l,v" P -mg 'Q Frank Bellinghiere brings his lead pipe to the football game, just in case, ha! ha' Angelo Lang 1 Kurt Larson K grief, , -. -,N .eww-1 - Q55-SEL? C-'f ,i :sf ,s Qgazfi , L - ,- We f -A-,-xffifra-f-f , ne- fn- 'fe 1rf4Q -.412-'e-JL . 1-."'. ' 4, s f -A f :sf 155, f4f5i1f?'i:: :2'1f:,"-b?ua2g1:Q+ V - , '13 asf " '.f-Lf' ' X f1:If-Eigasvfihfs-aiiieiii L ' ' Tw.: 2z"'i mf? '3'f,f:?G3'1-T fi53l'i'3 f'l,-,wtg ilfffgif l' di , 2 'ififffji '25 lf-'33-S Don't Say Goodbye- ay Hello ' Cindy B. Law Kenyon Ledford ,V 464. ww 0 Teresa Maire LeGrow Kenneth Lemon William Leonhardt James Leonard James Levay Michelle R. Lewis Thomas Lian Peter Light slag SHHSZFS si" j Q 51,-1. .3 H:.w?,-1 es-gel Albert Lorentz Laura Loritz Tami Lowe Julie Ann Lower 3 "' 2 Michael Ludwig V .fx - Juliann Lund Terry Lydon Ann Lyons Kurt Magnuson L . 511.3-'-'-ff" 'Q if ' -ffigiii A- " ' . .m. Wg' W it -9 WS-1 wr'-'lic fr up L fum ---1 e- f 5-1.2, xg--' 'px 5 - . :W-' iw: V ui' "."'7l w.. '5:'f 'tails' "M, 4: wif-"A 2- 1 j f ax?-L: ifzf u . 18' lea" fifw P 'Kg S, '.'- .241 fiafif T i F 'ii-CT' Q .PS-f1'E'3.-ikxvfz ' Q' Y ?S:i'1'?25o':L"- " ji' ladle!! , ' 'i,e'e 4 .1 Q-RQ 'li ' K -ff f Y"- sg. 5 xr at a senior assembly K V - we Thank for the Memories , ,. fam f . A, an 5 'F L A 1' .,.,,. ax V ,,,- V, M- ' I .I ':--I-I W 1. Q' . ,fe ff, ,f ' . ' f M- H , gm: A , ,fi 1 , X K Yvonne J. Malone Steven Mancini Kimberly Manna Antonia Manos Mike Marshall Cheryl Martell Lisa Martin Melba Martz Janet Mason Dennis Maxwell Cathy May Laura May i, ' ' i vi i "sei - ' --"H -A --iw' A.: Qfifxwriaffbir'g'fv-155,-5. ' -' tg fi , ., , Lifiistii-fi , gffi. T, ,.,,.,-.qi I 5 Nt,-, . -5, .5-5 , .Ii-f:,,a.-VVLf ffewa-,,.,, . . , g,f,zg:v,:fg Q, ii, f?k :,,g,,x,,,5rq11 wr: ,:,-....:' D+. 5,4-V-..MZsez:---Yen-.13,5.,J.g. -'f. ,515 ,i -pf - 3. a.. 4 " ' ' 5' 9' 27 A We Leave a Part of Ourselves Behind ' Terri Maynard , Jim MacMillen Debbie McCabe 0 l Richard McCann Darlene McClellan Edward McDonald Michael McDonald ' Julie McFarland - if - Shavim McKee 3' Tina McLane kIvyiMcRae . , ' Patricia Meehan , , e 522 R V F 1. PQ? .. '- , 'L1fffe-1ff'f1fi?2.?'i1iii, ,X , ' 11 1 '- ,- ' ZXYE,"-iii'-W1-'Flies5f'..'Q5f-.-iii' 7:1--t'.? 48' Seniors, . .5 1, fii-T51-if? - 1 -.1 - ' 'L' .45 fefgyeeheriifigA:f2xamsa's,eaifwfr--' ' 1 " 1 'Q 'L Qffr -A: uf. , - r r ' g -, , .f- 1 . - Q - . D , , X, c:ggv.maa':-iwlmfcly f - ' '- , 1, . , f, 1 ff-:Ll-4,05v.b:,.':-iff: H .iginsl 'E--Fe-f Jay!--5. V i 3 .H i7 twig we-ur. 12 Y P q. -'I r Q if ! ll Jim Shepherd experiments with his new invention - he calls it the Tuba. xi V David Athena Kurt Mesenbring Marianne Messerschmidt Scott Michelsen Dan,Miller Denise Miller Robert Miller ' iff? seise 1eee1seQ1qiez1reg49 " cj if 4 ee- 4.71 9.15 1:22-J. 6' Two students show their pride in Newbury Park High. These signs can be seen on every campus trash can. Sandra Miller Kelly Milner Jeffrey Mitchell Y Leslie Monahan ' as ' 3-4 Donna Mongeon A Chris Monteforte 7' ff? NNW' Robert Montgomery Paul Moore John Moreno ,iframe 1,1-1 X f .L1f:3Z:5rgm.5:ff?+vs.. - '- . l Af 1 K , ' -'1':3JS511f-.'.l'S31 . . "-ff-,-f::'g25fNbT1L"2w' 4. .11 ,Y - ' " V' . :15.'g','w,..gi:sm:qg-:gif if E"-:.'-?Y'.5' ' :"f'. 1- " wg: LL? 1'-V Eff: -- 'Q - , ,QA 1.5.1 'y ,. t ,. . ,.-1' :Q-.-s,-:,,1,1:g-, -,.-..- ' 1 A--.L:' e 5. .' 3:-Ni. V i t.. 'ii W' '- ' ..j.'1'-:'1f1,f!1- k LL ".f,.F T -i g- . J , , Img- '-Q-Q .1. g..f,g,s,-5,f2g, -.fLL5Lq?f1.,' .':1:w1,,g ,.j.. -. -, L- ffzr- ' :H ,, an' . ' '--sz:-Af.-,L . V -1 "ff vii' I 2-..l,-.iz-..:.,.' 1 f. , .nu - ,e.,k,-,J-.. ...Y 5, 'wr-nEJg.,.:h.A:L - , HZ,-4 . rn, . ,-5.,5,.,-- -- Ae - - . 55.1, -Mg -- ' : ,frm-,,f,.gEi9f. -if -. - - - , 1, P 5919915 l P -. ,, , an ff- wr:-A 41n,i'-121-' -T an 5-,v D., - 51.932, ge, .2-:G ,levy - e-ff ':Lf:f':5455 1--- '::.,?gi5g,.,1:: ,frsfilsgfa v - P: by-:H isle: 1. f -"' ffayn KF'-X315 31'-1!f1fSg9:,. E5iL,-, - r.-. '- . - 11--"Ma Pew? .f- -f f -" 1 .if ning- ' 'za F' 1' -far :f...ff -,ff - ,. , .r ., - , ,WQM r, .:. f,,,,t,,.,5:wf-,J :..,,mf:,5' - .2 ft'-fi' -H: ea fy Q.-1 :- mmqjigz E-t. A, 4 DC: .1 1 in I-f.' ' Jw., 1:14121-.:'y,'.' f-.11 - V -. ', . ,. , 4. M, .,,. , ,,, ,, .KS Bvzific - 4-A . Z -'Z ' vr'1Vf1..1" - ,Ig-:SA 12 v 1 5,-1:-.1-Q . : , --:',.i,,-1.5-v iqq--1 --1:-is 1 a1,ff-,N--fgncf 14 . f,-W-Q:-1- - -, f-f, ,asf-V fi 51 Mfrs.,-,sg G -,. ., b I Believe in You y ,im 9 11 Pricilla Morris Kelly Morse Kim Moyneur Guy Muckey Susan Mulligan Janice Myck Charlene Naber Dawson Needham Larry Nelson Timothy Noble Mary Norton Phil Noyes .,s.f,'.1"ff :J f , ,g':1,:3f,- ' ETTTA N -7' - T 1 " ' ' :2C'iL,,Q: e f M .-2ggJfS??919rSae 51 , -:gi , , jr 'ff 1 -Q-.' . -V .5 wizjgspiz 513,11 1 Mike -Nunno 1 Camerinya Oghoa Maureen O'Donnell Martin Ogden James O'Hara John O'Hara r as X.-xf..'-yi.: iii,-' ,L - 1: - 3 --.-s ...'- , -A ,Q fx. jg: V .,:,2,-,- ,512 L 2142 ' , ' , :Ffa- 4: .Q , , .Zigi 4.. , I Ju l g My - ff I ' 1 1-asvjze I ,puff ,E ffl -Q 4.597 my ' ig., 94 vw -gf ff s flibiii' - L gf: 4 -ffs. QQEfSiT'7Qi fig jf z ' fl'-llf-fl 1 S ails. K in lfllff f N-new-Ca-4ff,:3g' . -1-L34:f.,:f1-'-:gf2w4- . Af Q KE- --41-31:a15?sw M21 ':1-'nfN-11ugA,- -- w 'K was -if E' "H+ X '13 L x -- K. 5. NVQ? X W. ,pq 135 . ff vfaf-155 "' '.5 ,wr -:-lf"--,S'C3'.. ,wig , -- 23234. - 'H e K'-H Q4 ww' ,-QE? .Q + 'Q' LL ""'.'51f"ff. 5f4:f?"f1iQ E'f:'f' 519,-E ,. 5:23-'K Fl K .Tak SFP X4 wwf?-!"w Y- V i af, M P 3 "-S -ga 4- 1--1,-1' If--,gri t- fm ?'L1I, siff- E375 fig 'jg 1a'.'Zffxgfsf'gQ1 - ,, N -' - f wg., , .- Ass: f,,.,-- ,H ,.- 133. Nagy . A X' 7553 Jer, 3 fs- 7 V,.m.-Aff, QfL.,.Q,-.f.,s,s,-V-. ,. . s 1 ,, 71, 4'-:g .:T'k,a,-we,-,?:a.n:?:':sc-,7gff, fx. -22:4 -Leu?-Lf'f, :sl-.-fm sg fe' ff:verses11'-1:1-.1-fggrr .prea- . :fy , , 1:-wi, 4 - , Q if ,.1-' - -, ,ff-f-11,14u-cgh::'f'vf.,:,1,,-f ,. :J-:g,A,,.n,mg,..-1fg,,, . . , . -... .,- . ,x A-. -1, s ,,.M,,.,, ,,-.AVJUAV ,--7 , 5 ,::,l,,E:L,,,',QAV . , ,-V , .f ns.. W :ff - is ,,.T..LA 1 ,F . .tx TH.. zEiv,::gf1iU? ,ia 'in M 'ff if Laurie 0'Hara '- 5. ' Bonnie Olsen Jeff Olson Nicki Onstad Roger DeWames ponders the questions of life. C"What's the date?"J X Be Yourself Laura Otten- 'i l f Sheila O'Laughliin' L 1 W .1 fu 115' rg J Mage ew Friends , but Keep the Old Neal Oren Joanne Pachuta Deborah Palmer Greg Palmer Julie Pannkuk Melinda Pape Jill Parde William Parise Terrence Pemberton Cynthia Pence Dawn Pereida Jordan Person Julie Peterson Kathy Peterson Sandra Peterson Dawn Petsco f rirgf-,g,w2 " X ,xAL:ff.,i, , , , . .,, .,,, ...., , . , .,..e,.,, ,VP . ,iflb J . V - ' fvrlfei'-ei I '1"5.2a'1f.r -'ffei 1 : iff-1.329145 XLS- -, L YL V X.. ' -i f - , , 4' A afar fp-1,-.1 - .. e V N .111-q.:s 'yiyk-iQ2..g . j...:r::e 11-iv -,E ,-1uEE:1':wx -::'f. ,ff 1 . af-veit?-J 5 1 54 'Seniors f ' 'flezsr 5lgf51i'1ef.::- ,W Q. -. f . 1 rf ' - 1 3 P - f-:re f 'r Q-ff - J,-inf'-say' , 'We'-"' -r- ' 41" " tg.: - .-.gg-."'fQ rf ff: ,.1g.w: .,'Z!k?3mig1i::+Kaf5eZ"5 1h'ss:EL:,FfSs'I2me.. -, 'N - . we fam.. AMW-2 1:-mi :Jia - R.. 7, ,f 4 'v ,af Q7 Wg F ll N is-f Rf L--6 Seniors Ricky Wessels and Mike Nunno win the water balloon toss for the seniors during Homecoming week. Chris Pfaff Heidi Phillips - Jack Phillips Janet Pierce Michael Pike Pam Pittman Greig Plusko Greg Pollock Kathy Pounds Lupe Preciado Spencer Preston Rebecca Puente Seniors 55 ' ' "' f rf -w-E Y W, - , xii an--. ..-c.9wi2'f::,-.--v Vps, .-V. - Wy' .- I ,C 1,31--1, f. 1-, Hg:-1:23 1 x L' fe-zfxifgi' ' , . X , Richard Purgill -9 Myma Rath ' John W, Reeds Mike Reinhart ii i . If I Q W Jefferson Richards N' M-2 Q' Deborah Riedel , M53 , -3 " "-'7 Harlan Riggs ' if A I Y 1 A Boyd Ritner Vw 44.54 5 ff,-a.i,. f' 1 1 21 522' ' 4' V1 ' ' me " Sl Robin Robb I - il Susan Roberts A f if Kathy Rocha 13.2. Steven C. Roche 3 fl Q1 42 ix , , on - if Mark Roller R Kersten Rosemann ' ' Laura Rotte R R ...K I ,il My I A ,, A reg' Q I 44 ' 4. Sv Elwood Rodriguez R 'Z f , ""' ' ggh' , g S?" R . .. .1 g.. ..-gale .s-,1,-- - - yr-s:.E.1,D-fi.v'A -si:-.11 5- e fr . ff , , 4 M, , , .,- ,:s1.. ,,.,.y -..,,.x,.., ,. an .-X N . .....v.. Q,-1..,,:-1.. qi ,gg .-,.1f.:i.. ,Q-.fe f..,.., -- - - 4f..,Y:.- ..-me , .. ,, .As . N. , , A. I Y. ,,, A ,- .s f ., A- ' ,.:m-in---:rv-Q .. fs:-.-: ,-me ., -,-. R N .. -. .. .. . .. A X fx ,A . ,Y. , V.. . , . ..- . .M - x-.-.---.-,Ak 4-..-1fh4-.1,.- 5- , - . ..1.,1f,q51g-U. -. iff 1-151'.1-Q-,:f,.i'-r-, 11. wiv-'w?.s:5.w+,-fffx may - f'1'i5'Tf?ig.L5rviiijji-1-58-1llf:,iQ.'1121 e ' V TQ 1 Is- . f.,:,,A Q -,AQ .,.- --, ,..-L,-- .-,- 4, -, ..r ,Z MQ., J . r . , L -.engxgqo gg., w -4-. .Mgt ,U , .,,1..f. . v- V- .- iss - F' L:'r.:ir-2-aff? .b:'1ier'1'LT' : ' f - --fe:-g'iwf-fsiaaae-'1szT:f-,' if e: I 1gf:3g:::ff,:2:g:.f 1 -1.1 - ea 1- .L - EL 131..3331-3.:g'5,t1..fxFl'3f'eis?v,3r: -.ia-,fy 3531, rqswz- '53,-.f ,A Q. .4-. .r . N, 4-ma: 5.2-.J - .xxx-.j:,... -s - +-1--1:Ah-4-1-be-.vfvann-'K --f -f we-e e - '- -yi-ea:-1me--elf-A'.C.11rws-4-4.5'w' fe.--. ' 1ss.'5'?3'-Fifa? 'fe 'ra-me .sf-L s- ' -. ' 'P f , xp '31 "'f'::?-xsffs 4-vssiohfrff A + ' 1 ' . . i ,. . .f a.--.i.1.-.f.f-,-:.-My-au-. ,ist as ,:. - yr, -uf 5-,a,g.segm1 .M Q, ,Q ,. 1 1, .F ,-'.-.-.1255 fsf-sv:-orw:::,:'x-f'1.1QE-asa-r take.. Q.:--'ba Q.: .. 'WSIS-scrr:-Nwiv. 'fifiiq-v -asia: :..:..s -. .2 . .,,,- V - Q, 3-...L.r--:flag--. 241:21 2--1.-1 fr ' :-w-'e.,51g. fr .-X-1,1--.M-:.-3 . X-qfgwMraf1.N:2AQ . ,-1-r,1,,:: ff. -gf: K . A ,A K. .. v ,.,,q is fy A., -rsyk ,.. N-Hgh., ,-. .. . ,.s,qp--wavag.-f.s.-.4-E. - Q.. . -.s sf . 911 : . :'..h,1:Q.r ,541-1 Q-s'-f-cvs: S .,:f-:f:3z--- sg. -15 s- r 'im:-A.Q,.,1w,.?n:g',v.5.-L-arc. ,. 2 :gg .-Aayzzl Z -:fs 1-'sleaze-A N -me U' 1,113.6 fgw. I 'T'-g .'1rQ:,f 94-is 1112- ..:,f'-frf"f-i,,1s- ' "-'- 31:13.33-3-:gfi,1 A, ' -. fiiilsi-'if f f ' 2-+22'si1'.A . ' -"ieQ:.':':Tf:Y...., Q' 1: shafts? , .aQ..f. ?'. ,, Q: oe- v-UIC? .' ee-Q L.55:":1.ig, 5.5 5 fi- V Y V , r .Q , we w.a:a:gs- ' -W e 'M-"f :J gi, Y ap-ff: fyYv..a3? ' 115. gf, afffiifg -N221-511.5 LA 'i:'Lfl- "" T-L4-'rs' . Ti' L A 1 . V " ag, ' , ,Q x ' ' Q ' X4 SK. tg 1 ,gf '- 4 52 A 1 4 5 fl' is ,, wifi ' Jig' ' . f' 1' 1, A r I r , M h e n ? I 5 ff! .1 James Roum Jay Ruiz ' L Ralph Rummel Valerie Rust Teresa Ryan Ed Sage Theodore Sage Mark Sanders Steven Sanders Shari Satterthwaxte Loree Sawyer Jean Schick Aqa'45xgawxaN ft -wf+..,, ,rr 5 Steve Schrank Dianne Schuster Scott Schuster David Schulze Virginia Schwarz Sue Scott Wanda Scott Cheryl Seid Patrica Selvage Steve Semenick Glenn E. Semer Debbie Semberger Christopher E. Sevem Donald Severs Debbie Shaffer Ken Shappet 58 S S. f .,., -A .V .ze Q if let, SML- 'wif rex '2,ihiL:.111.. :Ey e 34 .-4.-as-.ne v.:g,, bg. iii k, 15' The Road Is Long .Greg'Sh-arpe MarkkShaw- - Teresa Shearer Shavm Siheets Jim Shepherd Allison Shivers Jeffrey Shoop Steve Shroyer Marc Siegel Tom Simmons Dean Simpson Alveratta Sims Gary Sinner Vemon Siran Samuel Skinner Susan Smalley i'er 3 iSeiiiSisf55 r, 1 Andy Smith Mark M. Smith Janet Sonne Karin Sorensen Linda Speer Michele St. Pierre Claudette St. Romain Peter S. Stamos Scott Steams Daelene Steele Theresa S. Stemberg Ron Stewart 'ff inf? I 1-1 bi- -,-ff. - S ., .,f-Q,Nv,,x.4- -. I f...,,,., ,. . , -2 fe ia-1 is-' -.9 :g:r:,-51.-,,,.m-.P - - - X .: -.X -' -1' H- 1 rr- fr: ff J f':q':1:.4r,Sgf:S.M:,1 4-Qgg..g --:if ,531 Mg - 'N' - 'f A--sig. txt-1,-.4-2 .1 5- . QI, ,,: -- "1 ' Ea-:-.l:.-1i'3'?3s- +121 60 SCTIIQISQQQ ..,-,..,,, . .r , r. ,.,y.,.,-.,, , , "1 '5?113Y.ffTfS2?b?if5' Esklr-vQ'f.f Sauzfxsi a' - 357' A -V - ff--:.LuN':a-115eS5.g:':z:55:4953ug.y5Q??r:Sg '- 'if'-"f M -ff--2-metre-gl-, .-S.. -'.L,- Tv.fg,,f-- f' - i- K ,.- ,v ,J -- - -fb-nviyf-:.'f -1141: My-a15Qi-lE'?'Q'52Eik4q'?f1TT'ffRt1':'-Eiff' X-. A -.uri-,raarz-532: -ALM' fl". " ' ' " "SSG .rw-Y 1 1 QfacfALL,L-'f-Fs!- ev 'X '- .,.1,f- : .vt-f - fr.-1 1-1 gli - 5, :ffpgfg gg:-gfrrf S Riek Stowelli- " - IgindaiStrong fi' .Erin Sullivan Julssullivany Michael J. Sullivan Donna Summers Robin Suzuki Paula Swauger Jeanne Marie Sweeten Jeffrey Switzer Elizabeth Symons Stephen Tabor Pete Tassone III Cindy Taylor Katherine Taylor Jeffrey Thomas A y Seniors 61 Mark J. Thomas Wanda Tinims ' Douglas A. Trotter , Joseph Trueba Sandy Tunney Greg Tumer Heidi Tumer Brian Twitchell ' Laura Urpin Rudy Van Delden Brian Vanderpool Maya Vandervliet , Irma Vargas Brian Vausbinder Tom Venolia Stephen Ventura N , W V' r -flfz'--TfJ".iik.-1' I ' ' ,- -ll '-:'c..,f f ' If , .-3? 71' 'Lai'-Ziff fiasgiifg-'awrjn 5 :gf 1 V, Aw,-4'-Q: 1 , A . 2: :A -.e-"p-,,g- fl -.ggg1.,4.4r,:' 5-w51.:::,'y .L1'2.z:g'g5.q df, Q - 'asv -- .N :gn-:f"m!:. -.Pi J., --im-.PQ-Q: 31. '-, 2. , ...- - wash, -- , -.. 4 ,. , M11 ,, -z,Q,-f',,-'gage . F-:ra :aw-1 vw- ,gg . -g, ---f..f-Q41-. 2243.3 -Q, . .A 5- -1' M . 1 --N f J 'Tit-4Q'2'f1CfL1.va-I -- ., - V:1.g12:..ag,' my Fava-'e-M - ' -- M- x Q- 'if-fig? Q-. was . r 'T ' ' fd-'1'J,Q"' xx H. V- 55' - , ' .nz "' 'W 3:-5-. -, ' -N' "- ., -7 :mas-fr: f7rf:,fQrs?ar-HEY Eff:-F f H , : '-2: :Q-J W' ' A 1-- ' WXTQ :fav " "ff-'i 1 f P 31 ' ..- M -in-' 'L,'5f"' 'QE' "2 .5:.,:f-Lil , ' T liiziflf'-' . ' ' ,221- l- ' G 'I+ -ff"-r?P1-.fi-1'Q Ei- ' " "ff-' '-f5',.'Til"'1?12I'1? 1 1:91 ,- 'f:3i" '1 T' "Q" ., r -w ' -av -ref. :xx llwlfuzgfxevf , 15:1 ' ' "-3? t +1 4 f-sm.--' ' -W i M i - K '-:-1 ,Q fraunif '-Efei,-5115-lui k o More Pencils, No More Be ks Kenneth Vieira Vince Vondera Blaine Walker Patrick Wall Michael Wallace Nancy Walters Sarah Walton Bridgette Waters Susan Watkins Sam Watson Colette Wattelet Jeffrey Wellington K 11395 f. fi 1 1, an -rf ff? is-Geri 1i2.:"' - f-'.-:Wifi-2. --"- - '-1-ri - J-a mean 1 c Senlw- s 63 X -may Sarah fWells Bret Welshymer Mark Wendley Q X i The Family gathers to take a group picture along with Pa, Ma, Cousin Joe . . . Uncle Rich Aunt Sue. Rick Wessels Elizabeth West Tami Westbrook Kathy Whelan Stacy Whittington f Kathi Whitworth Sen-mrs A egg-W w -+1 15:-f r x xiii.: for-Q Nt a ti t? if 1-ff 'lil 12 N M.. . ,y. -4 L4 g1::iSsg.+,.qk Q 45-x . Hx . xzxvf-t,-Qi..-P knee es N i - r f' 4' hh- I.. 2 Creative photography by Ann Dixon in which she reflects her friend Lex Anne. feelings for her Roberta Levy Virginia Dilworth Lyriiiilt Wice 'e t .Paul Wielarid Kim Wiles ' e Can Make It Together ' LindafWilford D' ! , . isis-ga juli ,,-Z - ..,p - .4 Sf:-new ',:,f,.1i,:- .,7f"Z5 1'-S.1,.Q . 'Elf . ySen:1org,3Q 'gan' :fs 3nN?1y-311 ..-ggxefzfg rx ..X,,.s 32.7.-we .Af-.453 Susan Wolfe Donald Wommack Jim Wood Brenda Wright Diana R. Yen Cami York Scott Young Russell Zabel Mark Zeller A , l. ., .,. rig'::f.5: .121 rel- .1 iq! f lic -'ss "i.x"S4 L.-::1'Y'Y are r-.e1,,5. ,.,.,..r, sl-1-a:fra.ser 'ff 151-':,-5'-1'-q51:,1?'f41FE:aQ ,Q ,- .,-, , V, .4 ,A affo- '5 .i f-'if'-ilk. Pe J rsh. Q. .. 3?,f .!,-'gf , xy, gn .Y ?3g ,V .5 . . X ' 1. . , Av! Q, I a . .. 1 7 z 1, -. , . K 'E pw - My. . gg'-' .5 lf I J ,, .0 wx :Lf ' . ,"'a,,4 1 v ,, N -..1 Qi:-az 4, '. xl! 4 ' 32 V 4' , 1, , ., .f.. 2113-f Y 4' N V. Gym? :har . f 'al " 4, , ' W H 4 'VL f , , .V . '- ' ff. f 91 ,M L ,,., A 'QV-,L,ffi2.ief'.rw'3f4ZP -, ' 'a . 'Q df' '1 ,g'f"f? ' j ,"4if,4 an 'ff :Y W 4, 4 ' ":xf"u41,4'- wv- ,V ,- 7 4 " ' ,f, 9, a ,. dwg , , H' X ,, , W., , Q 'V 4 'H 5 f 'QF , , W x y Q -awww? 5 M -s 4- . . .P V . - . , , , -A ,, i K ' "' , ar my V w . . y, K,,,a' ,, X, ,N Q' win, x '1u?'.,,12 . -sf H: 4 4 , .M-,Fifa ,iii-L+-if " i , f ,.., 3 Newbury Park's finest - ., ' - , , vwimhw , , 1-S r ' "' ffVI'ff,'f--5f,ffQ5Wf,fr,', ' , ' ,. iw-1.3 , ' W- vf4:f:7fQzi'f'1.f,,n,ogz,,,A,,j7,' -fam ' 'If , if W f X '44 W ' A 2 4 "' A N, 'wg f- -'IJ S st ' Nmwss- ,V .sm f .,, Z v Q,-eww web S is -Jo. N: , ,A -- 1- ,.1 . Mm ,',A? 4 H 1131-4nsz.f.w-iw'-' ' The Newbury Park students were involved in an election with the following results being Senior favorites. A group considered the Best of the Bunch. They have great eyes, sexy legs, and far-out personalities. ,fi 'L' VAVV F4 Most Popular: Donna Gtuiderson and Tom Lian look down upon their fans. B0St P91'S0I1alitY5 Ken Edwards and Pam D00d ' WS the Pe1'S0Ha1ifY that un - . ...WN ,A V x - ,- ff me w- -W counts. Au Most Gullible: Ellen Hazeltine is sitting in a mud Y puddleg 'KBut they told me it was dry here." Mid .. P " - H 1 -. . . .semi -,v,.:p . , -' N- , ,.,,,.1 . J-'-vs, '- - ' W' " X r w -us, KT' f. P- .X N f " fi" 1 Q fig fip-5 ,WSJ mag., .Pieggff all ' 'ml 2:59 Xt 5114!-1 W rv .- .xr x M Ltr-V':?gci,3g55,:N.7x3,j.,w:. . " X , . age-atv, i i, " t . X' w i- sw.-nr' me f P: QSM . 'Ns , - A- -.y - - - eff" ., :'TV5"5'l5't Q- - Q -- 1 A sf ,. S .lp" p L -1. 'se - Exe- iz' K :df-V T-r' N V-TJ -- ' 'i -. " 'M 'f . A fi - My ,I ,5:1f.i55+i.vK . v .-3 1-Y -- 1 I Nl ge- S 5 5 ff6i.:"-3,'.5.1AgnT' 34, 4 K effswef - - ' :Ii 'g,,.r1' we ft. wJfY'f-- Best Physique and Figure: Scott Young and Toni Manos are very shy, inhibited people, as you can see. 68 Seniors ,,,,,,,,,,i A., . e 1 gl Most Friendly: Rich Drewes and Yvonne Malone will Class Clown: Denise Carbone and Jeff Brown think they're cool, playing on talk to anybody, even each other. if ,xqfjfq yf4Q5,M1,::' , M - N, ""' 4 vftfyf, , 4, ,i, the office roof. ,,,',w' :fx - X ,",' ' ftifl-'LM '-i'1ffqiZ:Lfm-f,..- ' qw V ff " , 0 Ai? I 1 . X Ak,,,v,,,,4 s e4,,V?Vf, , V, Best Eyes: Jodi Pachuto seems to be all smiles while Doug Trotters Most Likely to Succeed: Cindy Law and J .B. Holston ditching class again. sticks to a more serious mood. Most Gulliblez Bob Ames thought he was posing for Best Hair: Ken Shappet and Janice Devine - Is it true Playgir14 what they say about blondes? 1 il-. MM ,.,,,, YWJ, - , W Seniors 69 70 Seniors 7' l w P Q 1 i ,ak 1 1 1 r - ' ' B' 5 be .kA,, QXA if-., fi l '.,A 'I' l a Regretably, not pictured are: Terry Cole and Linda DePalma - Most Talent- ed: and Matt Broadway r and Nina Asnes - Best Legs. ' , ,Z .Jus ,q...d.HZIk...a:0A model their grubbies on the quad. isnt . J-ga. J- L 4':1:AZ.L.nk . . 1 Best Smile: Janet Croswhite and Scott Steams just got their braces off today. A. ,. Best Dressed: Betty Alvarez and Paul Moore Most Unique: Greg Turner and Teri Ryan - "Different strokes for different folks." Most Athletic: Curt Ausmus and Judy Wil- son would rather be playing football. Most Humerous: Sue Mulligan and Neal Oren will do any- thing for a laugh. ,L"' .. .P.H. .Has the Best ,sk of Mi? 2 ,, V-.J lk 1" I Most Spirited: Randy Home and Michelle Most Flirtatious: Elwood Rodriquez and Nancy Most Unpredictable: Greg Ayala shows his Lewis were caught off-guard by our photog- Cannon attacking each other on the quad. idea of transportationg what's yours? rapher. l W Best All Around: Bob Miller and Janet Ma- son represent all special qualities of Seniors. Mr. and Miss N.P.H.S.: Brian Elsea and Best Looking: Leslie Darough and Jeff Blum, both Debbie McCabe commit a campus "no-no". looking foxy, as usual. Seniors 71 ---Y-7+4---A----W -vv- , .wut ,,,L,,.-,,- .L. Y V: :YA ,AV , in W ' I 'Y M W! fi! Juniors class which has class 79 V, K- x--I , 5.1. -15 Ixil. 1-. , V n R V , " k' 'A-N1 211: f , rfl'M K Q-."Y . V, V 1 1 . - ,,. Lf - ...L-ff.-dy. V-,.,,g,p-1:.3w5Q.q1-.1 A., - K' ' if ' Y 1 . A -.-- 2' ix -1- 111.3-H: IL ,,Q- f' fl? figs: ipfkl'-Lllf--Q-rg r . , ,-. , V V ix ,.,!., , V. --,.. ,lk ...xv .wgp -M. -X , . . ,,,...N...,.. X . J l1I1l0l'S 5 1, V 522295 '-:al f. H- . "uw - f--v kim - Hifi '-, " ,-4m'?1,if'!1r"j - ,izfizs . ,- , 1 -59 W R s. va Gretchen Lund and Sara Wilson do have class. -lim Hyatt, and Henry Apgar. Q "Veeerrry Interesting female specimen!" thinks David Smalley. AliSOI1 SChaUb-JUS! 0U90f1h0S9 Cvefyday D90Pl9'7 The 1975 -lunior Class Homecoming Princess. Mary Lockert, looks on while her friends cheer for her. "Hands off world, he's all minel " says Becky Schwartz about Dave Dalton. , ,, -, .., ,,,.4g., . ,Q-'ff 1 , Li- f:-41. .lup iorshjs. J s s Juniors 74 Juniors Junior class officers: Cindy VanOverg Secretary, LeAnn Uskalig Treasurer, Mary Podorsekg President, Sheila Tarboxg Vice-President. Throughout the year the Junior class was involved in many exciting activities. They started the year off with the traditional building of their class float and selling football concessions. A walk- a-thon and car wash was also held to help raise money to contributeto other class projects. The students of N.P.H.S. were given a special treat when Santa's Junior class elves delivered their gifts at Christmas time. Later in the year they attended the Jr.-Sr. Prom, ran basketball con- cessions and sponsored many candy sales. The Juniors ended the year with a memorable beach party. J A g , K , :JQJW f A e aa- ?i'1if'j"iC V' , f l , ,, rj: f W .,fQ:f'y', ' Q 1 V5 7 N j 1 , f f 1 fa ,ii f", , ,,,. , gk, ' fax., Aij ..-A ff? iff? :Qi , ,314 , ff 4 fi 46' 1 ii A f,,' '- ,f -'- :g,rse:2jfg53z31 , :1 iv, - '-iw: 'fi-92:11 f - .4 ' - I. 'ziiffv 5' ' fi 5 fnjifi I , 1 ff. ' 5: ,Qi , IA,A , . , ,.... F 4577-if-'74K?"fJ 'f " Y ' -'W Y if 7757" cfm, 752 , f4 X 4 f 4 3 f 44,41 'f I 'ff Q., f 4 2 4 f 9 Q , Zi y y. , If aff f., can Y -Q ffl-bi: -" " .ffl ,C "ai ff, .,, ,wV,,,Z , 2 , wr f la .,,- , , , ,, ,,, W7 ff We 1-,14,,1yf:,z72,'l1, - ' ,f Ag! 1' Nik.. ,fg .,',f. 14 XD N355 x X NY N Xi., et? N N 5 X C ,S Vs? X evil xiii 156,4- if Wi i"fi1"..1,i, 5' 5' ,,,,V V .V , i .L j ,M v if 1 1 , fv,W,,,f .f,f ,f ,,, X , -Lzfgywzbaf ,M ,M r ?'-fervwzf-ff , ,w.'.: ,aff f' f c ,f y,,,ifc'Q . 3, ,V 4' g. ff 1 , Z gg, gf A 4 4 'H Q I 4 'Y ,ffffqwj i- .1 fe if ' f f fa Abdalla, Noreen Adams, Dave Adams, Janice Adomson, Nancy Alers, Brian Alexander, Clint Alexander, Sid Alfonte, Helen Allen, Bill Allen, Sandra Allen, Sue Alvarel, Rosa Alvarz, Rosa An dal, D ean An derson, Jim Anderson, Linda Anderson, Todd Angelastro, Sue Angerman, Marty Annese, Carol Andree, Bruce Apgar, Henry Appell, Carolyn Arroyo, Barbara Arthur, Denise Atkins, Elaine Ausmus, Julie Azula, Maria Baierski, Jeannie Baker, Becky Ballinger, Jackie Bamet, Bill Barret, Barbara Barry, Debbie Bartels, Carol Bartlry, Ron Beals, J oyce Beck, Pattie Becker, Terri Bell, Terri Bell, Tim Bergan, Rob Bergen, Denise Besket, Mike Bishop, Dave Blake, Jo I 5 X . rv co Blumky, Marci Bonn, Tristan Bowlirie, Key Bowne, Michaelynn Boyce, Cory Bradley, Stanley Broccoli, Kim Bronson, Rick Brown, Cindy Budenhagen, Mark Bullock, Lauren Bulman, Tina Bunnel, Joyce Burch, Jeanne Burg, Linda Burger, Karen Burke, Jackie Bums, Dave Butcher, Jim Butler, Greg Bynum, Jim Caceres, Eugenio Call, Chris Caman, Steve Camarillo, Ray Campbell, Joni Campbell, Mike Ca mpuzano, Linda Ann Canzarone, Vic kie Carlson, Denis Carpenter, Rick Carroll, Chris Juniors 75 Carroll, Chris Carroll, Mark Carson, Wayne Carter, Gary Casey, Colleen Catena, Laura Cathey, Bryan Chapman, Bill Cheney, Evelyn Christopher, Ellen Churcley, Elaine Cicchi, John Cipollini, Nick Claycomb, Cheryl Claxton, Linda Cleis, Barbara Clemons, Dana Cohler, Amy Collins, Cathy Collins, Robert Connelly, Cathy Conrad, Jane Corralejo, Brian Comish, Debbie Cowan, Perry - Cowan, Shella Cox, Ken Cox, Kevin Cox, Wes Cranmen, Cindy Crane, Curt Culver, Martha Cundy, Lisa Cunningham, Gerald Cuomo, Greg Curtis, Carol Curtis, David Cushing, Arlene Dallmer, Gary Dancey, Jolene Davis, Debbie Davis, Gary Davis, Kim Davis, Mike DeBor, Lisa Decker, Christy Deemer, Terrie Deere, Lore Delgado, Pete DeMitor, Kelly Demello, Renee DeVries, Becky Dicerate, Kim Dillingham, Theresa Life's simple pleasures are the best. Melba Martz with friend Sarah Wilson. 76 Juniors 'au J ,' U 4 f,AZ , 4 1 , rf, - f .,,4, . . , .7 F -w ,QM f if W, 4' W .V 2 A Q ,,,r, 7, U Q f 'I 4'-MW fn. Jaya' f . W, ,,- ' 79? , -,f 4:1513 fl if 4 - l . 14? f z'1,1 'ef J, Hi' 3- ,V ' ,.'1'gw., V, ' -. 'aff " f' X 3' 1 . ,,,, , ., zfiiilkr 'J if , 1-I , 225212 av 1 41+ 2213112 ,fgf , I vw, -' 'C C1465 070 , aj' - - ,f ,dw 1 , f iffy! ,-on . vf,T,,?,.44 fit 1 f tzf 4 ,WV 1 . f , A. f 4 ff-fx X f- ,rf f 4 wwf 1 ' 2 I eg: 3:94, .315 ., 'WZ 'm.,, , , . ,xi W, , if 4 ,, l , , ..,, .,,. , ,W , .. 4. -. V ii" LX, ",,' W, V V' ' ,C gn' i V fa Ml 23 I , .f-5 , 5,77 if i I -Y wily' 1 - WN. V ,NWI c i, .W N ' - 'ig ggi zz' " 0 g,,,::l,--, ff '11, . Q J fj If if I X N 5 5' f 1, , Q ,, div V197 V , W , 1, ff is 4 if ' i ' "'L:"Y' ,V 1 ? la. ,S ' 2 z 2' 2 i ' 5? 4 of .V Hi l Q ,A :fl v."'.. 'hr Let's laugh and he happy 'mms , -ev ft -av 1 , Az? 'ar :rw I J F 2 fe 'fr is W f V J gl , , 'f , Q 15, ,, A 5 f ., Q, i 'J , K. I ' , ig , 1 1 4 aff Sf a Cathy Willson-Another happy and satisfied N.P.H.S. student. ar, , a t . 1 in , r uk, ja q We l 've got the spirit, yes we do! Patty Selvage and Wendy Schrader, faithful Drill Team Members, pledge to flag before they do the routine. , I ,, ,N-,W lxxli X v - . l , f '1 f , 'V f 'l'?fL,lfl Y ' J-4-1Q,,jg ' 115-1 .441 '-a"r f'WFT"""" "e"eFr All . - -. iff ze., , 74: ra 5, . Qmfi F Q 1 ig. .wb 2 ,I , , A ' il' aff 1. A 'f who 'J , ' f' ,, , V ,i , . N in .LA E-iii, r- G I-'w ,... A ,nl 1 .xg , -fm ,1 r gl .4 , L. , v 6' w 'Y 1 . l, Dillon, Lisa Dilsaver, Mary Dodge, Robin Dodson, Jim Doerfler, Cheryl Dolan. Kathy Dougherty, Tim Douglas, Debbie Duhon, John Dumouchel, Randy Duplessie, Marty Duran, Joe Duran, Ken Dussaigne, Richard Earl, Judi Eckdahl, Joe Eckerson, Jennifer Edmunds, Shannon Eggebrecht, Holly Elias, Teresa Ellis, Craig Elsea, Rick Elser, Julie Emrnich, Sandra Engel, Brian Englmeler, Lori Erickson, Jeff Espinoza, Dave Estarbook, Dan Everson, John Fahringer, Lee Fairbanks, Cathy Falwell, April Fehnel, Donna Ferguson, Bonnie Ferguson, Susan Ferra, Mike Ferrara, Nanette Fine, Margaret Fiske, Craig Vfpf' 1, .W ,E sf' ,se , ff if two Juniors 77 Fitzpatrick, Karie Fitzpatrick, Kathy Flaherty, Shannon Fleer, Denise Fleishman, Nancy Ford, Gaylen Foster, Bruce Fran zen, Elaine Fuller, Julie Fullmer, Jenny Gackle, Dean Gagnon, Lisa Graning, Vicky Gates, Jim Geary, Mike Geer, Dean Gennette, Damian Georgiades, Don Gilbert, Terri Giorgianni, Lauire Gish, Kim Glick, Geoffrey Godshalk, Gary Goings. Barbara Gordon, Lynette Gorman, Jeff Gourlay, Scott Gramlich, Cheryl Grant, Marcy Green, Phil Greer, Becky Greer, Cynthia Greer, Steve Greiner, Dave Guranik, Kris Hagy, David Hahn, Cindy Hambrook, Trevor Hancock, Daphne Harautuneian, Karen Harber, Jim Hardiman, Roy Harpel, Patty Harrison, Bill . 'Lv ' ra af K Kivw--. , '41 ' . y .32 W J : aff? 1 7 .5 xv f 4, 1 It take all kmd , i I ' , , V 1 1 E' '30 fs ., W 5 1 'R 5 xi , I ,,,, , , ,,. ' ' ff'af"'Qh? ,. f2f6?m ., , , ,,. 4,11 4' A, . "aim V Y"'. .-M1 X 'LA , . f f ' am! 5 ja A , 2 .,, 4' .1--d l , ' ' I ff' . an iavii lllffaffewf " C, ,J fn i -, - f- 1 . 2 ., , y if QE , S. 1 ' ':, no ,.Q'li:ffff 5 , , 1 ati A " fa 7 U9 dv N , . EPA' F ia + u ' -Si-gleam. ,Av ' 'f"I'4. . 'ima , ., 1 vfgtqyfvy Ay 7, ,, V S, - -,1,,,, ' X f ai iw C' ff4?!fl Pa "Why am I always the last to know! " says a confused Robert Peters, during a very busy day of school it t is A, L , i K in il x iii" I a 'L x ". X " 1: , V14 si, if ' A i . I 'J ti 1 1 If , , " ' 5, I "By George, I think I've got it! " exclaim Ffa ' I 4 f 1 , 'W' .--,if : 51512 '31 ,i ?:" .'lf1' 1 7, ., . 9 ff 5 f li 5 1 C x f V gym I . f , , jfff, K f 5 5 ,f ,,,,. ,- .3 fo, , I .. ,,, I ? M fi? 725 on , ' ,Q ' ,f fr V -mga " :, 'ii .. 2 I s Dave Adams. - . f?'L'gNl 5 .,-. Q- fr ! M Q QS:-,, "cfs H' rw.: 1 V if, , iw, n , QQ' 12 P ' 4' V i ? Zi. f , .L , A jj -.y,'5'f,. 4, 1, Ja ' 15 VJ, . f ' IL JAX , ff, .,-4 . . Y f,-fx? .J AQX '-'-' J , , -, , lr I A ny, . I an Mg ffm fd f 4 5- V - .. . ,,,. Q . , Q, . J x Yr' Q t 'X ,, W, ,H ' . ' 2fxf:z-.frfv we X 2 ., . . wg 5 V, , . f-b- ,. f - - View 5:3 v - ' Q ' A l , L Y ll: if ,-'. -,462 . K . f,'1jqvf.':'.ff:e":i 3 3, ,, 1 6 n ,.--5,13 ff pvc, , . ,- ff: .1 4 if iq A, Q 'bw' . af r , ffw, V- if fy -1 ff . -I r g , Harvey, Karen Harwood, Tambe' Hauch, Patty Hawblitzel, Matt Hayes, Mike Healy, Laura Hecker, Steve Heidrich, Charlotte Henderson, Judy Henson, Dave Hiatt, Lianne Hildebrandt, Beth Hildreth, Anita Hinkfus, Greg Hix, Donna HolcLsworth, Dean Holmes, Shelli Hocker, Kim Hombeck, Mike Horvet, Kevin Howell, Steve Hughes, Bob Hultgren, Paula Humbert, Cindy Humphrey, Brian Hyatt, Jim ldriss, Corinne Ieonhardt, Diane Irving, Blake Irving, Paul Isenburg, Terri Jackson, Jerry Jacobs, Sandy Jacobson, Sheri Jacobson, Terri Janess. Elaina Jendian, Donna Jenkins, Amy Jennings, Te-resa Jensen, Cindy Jeronimus, Kent Jilg, Pam Johnson, Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson, Johnson J ohnson. Bob Brenda , Cathy , Janice Patty Scott Steve Johnston, Shawn Jones. Bret Jones. Kim Joseph, Ray Kabot, Donna Kalist, Laurie Kaller, Samuel Kallogg, Jenice Kassa, Bianken Kates, Kim Katz, Steve Juniors 79 l 0 The blues of Monday mornmg Elaine Franzen's nose is all bent out of shape at the thought of another weeks work. A 1 l f Early morning pressures are much too tiring for Paul Irving to handle. Pam Prodger is not quite ready to go into hard thought at 7:30 A.M. 80 Juniors Keller, Kevin Kelley, Dee Dee Kelly, Debbie Kenny, Toby Keohane, Kathleen Keyser, Sharon Kilcrease, Beth Kinney, Jack Klee, Joanne Klotz, Lisa Knight, Pratricia Knuth, Erica Koepke, Bret Koemer, Sue Kohler, Kurt Kozlowski, Chester Kraft, Steve Krebs, Sharon Kronk, Dave Kuethe, Anne Kuhn. Kevin Kummermehr, Craig Kunisaki, Jeff Kunisaki, Richard ,VM ,,,,. , rr, ref' . 41:4 F' f -sr , J! ff., Q1 .1 -1. ,Q , 5 , ,g it 5 .1- 21 e ...X I , if x L K 2 .4 4' -,f,,4nwff. xg sfff Y 40 , mike. ww i f , nf v.,,.,, f 5 , 14 1,4- f,..,,,,, ,, ,,.,, ,,,. fff,,:o,'f1' fx ww.. :,f'f2m:f' Wir fffwhg 155 -'1 ' Q . if, r r in 5 Q srx ..4......,-H-uf,-wfffwnnr:-am, T.G.I.F.. Friday assemblies generate smiling, happy faces. ,V nf f 4' ,yn w f,, f, K f ,f ,f f, fn ii ,gig - ',,' "?,ff,5??if" , li "ll" , Terry Zaidman, Scott Cook weekend. ., f f gf, i and Mered Oren are anticipating a fun Shelia Tarbox demonstrates her excitment at a Friday night football game. fV, ,3'aam5z , g f , A , if ff T A, , 1 Q 'gig ,a ,,,,, M374-' 35503 ,sf ff, , Q V '. 4 .. 'vf .. . we-fcfz ' J QV?" , f 4 , , ' '32, 3495, .f. g.-:'w?n.15, ,K 45' f fff, V 4 .5 ,"" , f in if 9 4 , fv , 1: Q ' K ,f 7 ' f If Ai I f ,f , 2 21 f - f-' 1 -,f , . I Aa 4 . Z-I 1 4 if , if A W f jj, f . jg '91 4 f , Ay fig rffwl H f uf I 4 .,, , ,f , f , ,W l ,, ,,,,, , ,,,, I e . 1 'Iff , ' yW7 V ' 'wifi , . pw. ,M . ' ' I f JR f' it ' N . ,f ,i fy f " ffm fy' 5 f' - if J ,y'l it 5- l aff, -W1-, fn, f . ,-f , f f : WA, i ff, . ,nw 3-4, e ff, 1 i if , -A ' - 1 9 V' X . x J 1 .Q fii ' J 6 2 if i 1 i,i"m1e- 2-" A as-. ILM I I , 1 1gmf ,.'amw,,f,.. Kutcher, Ken Lachaumette, Alan Lang, Tania Lang, Tracy Langin, Bob Laningham, Russ Lee, Becky Lee, Steve Lee, Wendy Lennon, Jim Lennon, Peter LeProhon, Dave Lewis, Robert Libman, Steve Lin dsy, Janet Lockert, Mary Lopez, Anita Lotz, William Loughran, Shirley Lownsdale, Mike Lund, Gretchen Lux, Robert Lydon, Jennie Lydon, Mark Juniors 81 82 Juniors Lyons, Laurie Macdonald, Mark Mack, Jody MacPherson, Rod Madgwick, Lance Malmo, Jeanne Marina, Marc Marble, Mark Mareno, Phil Marine, Vince Mamholtz, Ellen Martin, Craig Martin, Dan Martin, Lisa Martin, Scott Martinez, Mark Mason, Denise Masterton, Wendy Mathews, Jeff Math-ews. Kim May. Chuck McCormick, Keely McCown, Doug McDonald, Michael McDonald, Rodger McGuire, Mike McKillop, Ed McKinney, Myles McKriiff, Brian McMahon, Beth McNabb, Bruce Millinger, Rick Meyer, Bill Mileham, Tammy Miles, Holly Miller, Mike V Miller, Roland Miller, Scott Mitchell, Valerie Mitrofanis, Dean Mizgalski, Tony Mohundro, Tom Mongeon, Donna Moore, Debbie Mootz, Bryan Morr, Laura Morris, Roberta Mosley, Ken Moss, Kevin Moss, Larry Mossman, Ronni Mulligan, David Mundee, Jennie Murphy, Davim Murray, Cindy Murry, MariLee Muscarella, John Musick, Tom Nasium, Jim Nathan, Melissa Nearhoff, Kim Needle, Ron Neel, Debbie Nelson, Brad Nichols, Heather Nicks, Tiffany Nocera, Carrie Nocera, Cherie Nonnemaker, Dave Northrup, Mark Nunes, Stephanie N ykl, Kathy Ochoa, Ramona Ockander, Debbie O'l-lagan, Tony Orlando, Jill Padilla, Dan Pagnoni, Rene Pallan, Virginia Palma, Crystal i,1':':-.::: '4':4-2852523412534:03 . -"e:aQ.2,aaf-' pf 11:1.r.':-22:5 '1 -Q' :pew Q' "' Q3 ' t i 'ki "' .H 4 A ,- l , f g ,I ' 5 V ! ,I 1 A, ii, X Y at Q 5 I, ff gf' ws. yr V' is . .wi lk N. I 1- f gi ' an , Misa J gk 5 ii H -"9 K ii, . L, , ,ii is L M2 Aa Af KH " x 'iii 5555, ,' . ' X S 1-5 Ya '- I r ,W-W is fa... .as ,, X . : i a. ..: . ....... .5 . Q fi , g 4 w X am f -K 5 Q 75 ' 1 S 1 'L i. Z 1 ii: 5122 . asf: 22111: 1:11, -in 3512, 5 15,4 ig: ' 513.3 Qu , ?5'9ifvT3f'?l',.: .fm 1 f -its e ' X ,,.- ,g, ea is S ,gh f 3 2 1 , -1 -ia: 25, A -iw 3' 5 if X 'Li xl - ii' L V 1,1-i J i gs: iari fag , f' ,.,c :,q ig 'L . , 7, -i 22,1 x ,. ,,: iw AY 5' .,. W if 1 S '4 , , 745' . Q? ' ' 'A - My . 5 4 K i. W 'Er' t A , ., wif., , ,Mui .V ,yi 4417.3 1 J l Y A ai Lunchtime-Newbury Park .S.A. "All right Lisa, who stole the chocolate chip cookies?" says Chris Ross to Lisa Dillon. 5 A 4 K K J Panther, Michelle , 7 5 --S'-545 5, i ' ii Papanier, Yvonne . ff? Papenhausen, Dana . - - ' "" f"" A 2 Nas' Dave Henson-Some people will eat ANYTHING to avoid the Cafeteria Spe- .,. r cial. Zi rl V "1 - X I ., 1 ret: ' ,Q Park, Becky ,f,:,,, Partett, Dale if k". Paterson, Allen ,, Paterson, Cathy Patton, Tammy r Payne, Julie 5 a 4 . Q 3 f ,- Qc: , 0. , .., I... Perez, Tony Person, David Pesout, Laurie Peters, Robert Petersen, Sandra h Petrie, Lynne Pfaff, Candy Pfaff, Chris , Pickett, Duane 4 Pina, Tom X I ,4 :gf ISL" . .3231 fe Pitchford, Laura Pcdorsek, Mary Pola.n, Kathy in Pollay, Jill v"'f Porter, Ann , V4 J V 5 l Porter, Pam 951' B, X . 53 lt, i Postle, Richard ag Potts, Bob as-5 in A' Q Power, Eric Price, Melinda Prodger, Pam Pruyn, Melissa Puente, Richard ,v 3 5 'kvijii if ,,-KRW, gf r Pugh, Jane Purcell, Lyn Six X Raven, Dave Efkw. 2 . i - "," I: Rea, Karen 5 Reed, Bob i ' Rees, Tim ' E' , A " 5 -4 , -1--' , - 5' Ig 1, Reherman, Kelly I K i 3: ,",. "1 . "'f TT- A , ' ' Renna, Anthony ' L . f i iw?-ilgifl' J 1' '- S li V Reynolds, Scott .P ' X P f sf K-f",f it ' 1 ' fi i r 11' , fe-fp,ff'f 1 Juniors 83 Rider, Mark Riedell, Mike Rini, Ken Rink, Richard Rista, Chris Roberts, Aron Robi, Bill Robbins, Matthew Robbins, Meredith Roche, Tom Rogers, Mark Rcggenstroh, Kurt Rosemann, Kersten Ross, Chris Rouse, Bill Rubin, Steve Sage, Tami Salsbury, Clay Sanders, Robert Sanders, Steve Sansone, Mike Sauer, Kevin Saxby, John Schaub, Allison Scheurer, Ken Schick, Debbie Schiller, Kelly Schmidt, Keith Schmidt, Stewart Schmidt, Julie Schneider, Betsy Schonomon, Jody Schrank, Dennis Schroder, Wenda Schwarz, Becky Scott, Anne Scott, Jenny Selvage, Patty Semenick, Peter Shea, Chris Shearer, Bonnie Shelton, Linda Shepard, Jerry Shields, Mark Silver, Britt Sims, Alveratta Sinacori, Paula Sincerbeaux, David Sira.n, Tricia Slattum, Kevin Slidcn, Peter Smalley, David Smith, Connie Jo Smith, Eueltn Smith, Jim Smith, John J J N X' 2' ' W' ,if 1-Q , 0 J fn 1 f' I ' 1 f fl . f vffi 1 V9 f - :v1.". ' .1 ,-1 , ,, ,V,, ,,QZ:Z5,,.T: ,V.,. , W' 1 , as . ,. "V 1 ::1:15"3 - U .K , 294' 'rt f nf wx 1 n , .5 I. felis 21,51 , ru.. ' Kilfiifgf lxw w. ' J? IA, ,cm khxl f ,,mgf.f, ,-ff-:,,f:: I .V ,Q J uniors-a class of group effort W I , , :fr-fwfr' 52 . JW 55,151-rf" i gif' , ' JM f V, ,Jw 'A ' . 2 V. .gf v:,,g:,:-. 511: 41- V:,, 9,1-:',,:.:,-,-, 1 :1sfs':2-af'?fs1-32'fLf"' J i ' wi1'jf5E95f2f:1:'1 ' ' ' ' , .i1I5":7 xiii' vt , M A J P ., gi? G- A X? -1 x 'I ,, 4 9 se 1 ' 1, .fzigfffzgij 1 ' --Q ,n :Ji 'hf-::', ' fd- - ii 1 . V E 'Is f, gn , if i 'ii l Panic stricken, answerless friends go to Carol Annese for HELP! -s- wffvzirwf-" . 'f -wwf"-f -' 1" Whs- X hm Y F gl ft' ewes? i fi" 55552 S 71 Jw, , vs V+ K-M2,K:i?.,Xg ,. ...,,, V , , ,. -z':f:':':5v:3.:v ' ' L, ,L , J ,,ri 2 , , . N, i get V ' riifg Ati X I 1 1 fl Q , .gl X?l"1-fl i 1 TPI E392 ,Ji ' 1' ?:,,.-- . K. ,,,, 'S '1l,. ri' 1 . 1 If if 9 I , We R 1 X E C w. . Box? Q, x Q S' v ,ig 1 . ' -af' X .. .f ' 1 ' 5 -W Mark Wendley showing great form in Waterpolo practice. - J, 3,1 ,,, if 1 1 .1 5 'i f ' ' fr ' 11 7 1 f If iigvg I 4 ,r . . 1 1 Q 5 1 1 9. E , ' f ff 1 , 1, -5125135555329 ,, '1 1 ,X - , ' ,E jf - if " 2 ' 1 ' ' 1 wiv J R V' 1 X, 1 . 1 f 11 1 T", O 1 , ,, ,1 ' ' ,, f115,a fel f fa 'Zz We W f A J I 4 wr 1 f lm r 1 W f, i f M , , 4 1 1 1, Q' ff' ' 4 ff 7 ' 5 nz ,f I 4 ,, 'fwl J 5 '1 ggefyfq K, If 1 1 ,,,'1'fi?? fa 1, a15g5f'5g.1i5:'1 ' f ,g fi '1 ' "f' 'lf 1 ,Q 121' fe 21 'f 1 G ,i Vt? :- ' , 1 , Z ,V ,, ,, ,7 .IEXZZ 7?-f 1 1:25.15 ,. , ,,V. iz, 1' " l1Zi'f2? . J. 1 14 1. -My . 1,1 ,f lf, 2 141 'fri 1 ff , 4 W, 1 1 N 1 1, .Gi f ':' 1,4 V. W f Mir f J, J " at if, c' Z2 ff fW 1 1 1 11 1. 1,147 f' ' -4, fZ f ,,,4 ,, .Q 4 1 1 -V1 ,I 1 1 Z .. f WH UQ,0JlJUvCkVQUj? psf V Q bd CX l it if L it lx I J QQ RM QQ ! Xl XQKQUJ - I D X xgjpv f , gi, 4 we R WM J e girl 1 1 1 1 Ala, Inu .. ,,.,. 1 .f .1 .A 121: ' , Wi 7' mf ?,-iii, I 'W '2 ffi - ' C2112 , 1 , 1,34 ' ' ,J:'f', , 1 ,74 U 'AV ,fr ' ' 31 M 1 1 ,,,, ,,.. , .,,,,,7,W A 'r , f i ve - 1 :37 "Y 'I 'Je '42 ,V J 1,1 , 1 .t.a,,, ,,,' , 1, ' '15 ,- 1-:Q 14 , 111. 1 1 1 ,I ,, ' f ' a ' .Fi 1.1 1 ,,, - J if K, iv xl ' 'Ev ' fl .5161 drifgfwf Smith, Marty Smith, Peggy Smithe, Traci Snyder, Jessica Soloman, Terri Sonart, Steven Sorg, Neil Spaniol, Darryl Speak, Vicki Spicacci, Annette Spindler, Renee Staight, Kris Steele, Daelene Steingroot, Phil Stephens, Darla Stivers, Sally Stone, Paul Stotko, Mark Stovall, Mike Strayer, Lynda Stukan, Paul Stuckert, Lynda Styka, David Suendsen, Kathy Sullivan, Erin Sullivan, Mary Summers, Betty Summers, Donna Summers, James Sundius, David Suterko, Pete Swaney, Jim Swann, Karen Synder, Rebecca Tade, George Tally, Bryan Tamburrine, Steve Tarbox, Sheila Taylor, Jim Tesar, Laura Thompson, Leslie Thompson, Star Thorpe, Brett Tillerman, Jeff Tomsich, Jim Torey, Bryan Trahan, Dawn Trusel, Denise Trzeciak, Mary Tso, David Turdik, Joyce Tynan, Jeff Uccardi, Gail Uskali, LeeAnn Van,Noppen, Trudy VanOver, Cindy Junior 85 Vanier, Richard Vieth, Teri Vockerath, Trish VonGaza, Peter Vorburger, Bill Walker, Blaine Wall, Kathy Wallace, Ken Wallace, Michael Weber, Kurt Weinberg, Laureen Weltig, Diane Weltig, Gary West, Tami Westlund, Lynn Westwood, Scott Wheelock, Herbert Whitwell, Peter Whitworth, Will Wiborg, Evy Williams, Cheryl Williams, Sara Willis, Karen Willis, Steve Wilson, Catherine Wilson, Cherie Wilson, Jill Wilson, Pam Wilson, Shela Wince, Bryan Winter, Esther Wise, Dave Wise, Mark Wise, Terri Wissler, Russ S6 Juniors J uniors, a class of man face WW", f, ff ' 'Q Q7 fr f, Whwm, Q f W? ' hp A f ff, Wt., yf 077 , ,ff f X ' .',', j ",,e'-ri 4.f4'f' 7 ef? ,QQ gif :QQ 5 . 4 , , 'fi i',, i ,,.i X "iw 2 210' 1 If i W 6lWs 4:19 4 f 1 ' e KW fn , 'f 1 -2 -ww ,Wi it .W 1- .ty , , 2.3, 51, 1,54 f I 1 1 Gpfi ef f 'i i MQW , .,,,,,..,, , , , ,. .,,, .,f,,W, ? 12, 1 ff f f ",' A f lc, 1 , ,X ' 1. l ii Mi A as Patty Johnson contemplating, "Yep, moms right, nothin beats milk! 'l While Karen Dvorak and Valarie Barrett are wondering what Don Wise is up to, Todd Anderson IS interested in something more exciting hz. ,- fig 42:1 ' ' ,if ' 5 'L J ,ear or , r- W - A. . in A 3 1 , r l Lf W 5 2' Q7 lf "C'mon Clay Salsbury, tell us what goes on in that masterful mind of yours." -V-. ,wi he il "H ,f . w . -..., No offense guy, but Cheryl Claycomb's attention seems to be wander- ing . . A To another prospect maybe? Wittig, Scott Wolff, Thad Wixon, Jim Wood, Audrey Worrell, Paul Wren, Harper Young, Kris Young, Lesley Yturalde, Bob Zaidman, Terry Zandt, Karen Zweng, Dean ,,,V,,f,m4J54Q Tristan Bonn, along with friend, is involved in one of her many creative projects. Junior 87 rl -M4 , , , 4,i , !, Mg , "1 ophomores A iq i ,X 39" Fr :is .-Q-:,gf't ' ' . ,K . ' -. V, , I ? 1 - 0, K, 51? A .1113 N ' , n . .o ... i Y x sa at A V M '-- , stu: -V ,pa 1 -,H if -r ,, K ff, fvjii ,, ' nr ' - ': fr- ' ,tif 3 .:' K ' 2 K 4 I il ,L . . .I b my i l i ..,,,. V A Za 3 'iz K .,,1'- :'2iXf Q"1.' - w as 4, . , 'cf f1ss1i6'+i'Z:i,f 'Hifi ' ' - -. 5 ' -2 "-': 2- , ' , A ' A ai 1 WV .ff - t,g1.:, AA ,, - x Qi is , .. A A - 1 , 3' .V .faneffii Q- ? L Q ..., ,R,,gw. ., 4 , an VIIAA , , k,Q,,,iL . . Y-as x ,Mn -r.+..- ff'- ay Us -awww. .....a...w,.-...,,..,.sa- va, .g..ss..,.....' f -- N :- Sophomore Class Officers, Tim McCann, President, Adrianna Hamud, Vice President, Cindy Olmstead, Secretary, Brian Sanders, Treasurer, Kathy Deschenes, Ackerman, Gigi Acuna, Ray Adalian, Lydia Adams, Carrolyn Ainsworth, Carol Albaeck, Steve Alberts, Nelson Alers, Ron 'f Allen, Jon Allen, Paula Allen, Robert Allred, Kym Alvarez, Frank Ames, Barbi Anderson, Craig Anderson, Patti Appell, Scott Armstrong, Margaret Arroyo, Marhia Atkins, Carol Azuta, Lucy Baker, Jim Baker, Merilee Baldwin, Lori Bamer, Andy Banks, Doug Banning, Debra Barlow, Mark Bamett, Karen Barrett, Gregg Barrett, Valerie Bascou, Eugene Bastian, Mike Batterson, Rachelle Beacharn, Linda Beals, Janet Beals, Steve Beans, Lisa Beauton, Guy Bechara, Lisa 88 Sophomores Sgt. at Arms. V fl , P -,..,,,g, W - 9 : V , , ,. . , , 2 - 1 , " , W' , i ' E5 I ' i ii i 1 ,Y f , i l l ii' 2 Z , , , ffl 1 5 , 4,t,. A..- I ,,,f, , , ,f f, X ,W 7, fm QV: Q, 1 in '4n' mf f,, , fy, . , A l 722 Q if I , ' eu, si' " r . . N, ' '4 .n, 93. Betsy Boyd IS the subject for a yearbook photo. Betsy is talking to her friend during her lunch period. Binder, Annette Birenbaum, Laurie Birmingham, Mark Bland, Angela Bloodworth, Ed Bolls, Jeff Bowling, Erin Boyd, Kelly Boykin, Steve Boyland, Joe Buck, Terry Buckley, Craig Burgwald, Kenneth Burke, Trina Burkholder, Mary Bursley, Calvia Byerrum, Gleen Byerrum, Laura Cahalan, Mike Caiabro, Gary Calvi, Steve Camp, Stacy Campbell, John Cardamone, Sandy Carlson, Carl Carlson, Sandra Carr, Steve Carroll, Bill Cessna, Traci Chambers, Ladonna Chappa, Matt Chappell, Dave Chenevert, Steve Christopher, Kathy Churik, Steve Clarke, Sheryl Clarmont, Donna Claybaugh, Dan Cleis, Rick Coady, Brenda Sophomores 89 A ophornoresg nly the Beginning iv -In Cobum, Doug Colbo, Shellie Cole, Cindy Coles,,Sally Collins, Ken Conant, Angie Connelly, Sharon Connor, Butch 4 Corbutt, Chad ' Cordes, Steven Cotts, Michele Covent, Hamid Cowdin Steve 4 Cron N- ite, Brian Crumley, Sharon Culbertson, Jim Curran, Mike Curry, Tom ' Dallmer, Fritz , Davis, Bill Davis, Dianna Davis, Robert Davison, Sheryl Dawson, Cindy DeAngelo, Mark - Debarmore, Dawn Decker, Jennie Demello. Fuaeon Descnenes, lxathy Devine, Stella Devine, Teny Dietrch, Larry Dickman, Ross Dillingham, Brian Dingle, Diane Dodwell, Jim Dodson, Jeff Dolton, Jim Domin, Heidi Donavan, Cheryl Doren, Danny Duda, Tom Duke, Bill Dumond, Jim Duplesaie, Mark Dupuis, Steve aves, Virginia et it , X ' ' V 'X i 31 Effie v fffiyiifwfifjff l YLUW mi, ll' We 90 Sophomores ,Ml Q4 isefl i ' ,, S22 , , 5, i Eb' ,g K ,J 4 H e ' ' . V- '.?E'Xifi1:L :fr 5 A .-,ziiififzrism ,F Y 1--xy ,f . Q, , , .,,, , ., -,-Q-5:-1453. ,uw i is Edmunds Cindy E endorf, Lori rs- i 5 , ix x Q - 1? i , v ' 1 u M g Take a Break Today , Qffpclf 55 CQ! O' ' qfp 'C' Nm . Dggjpxl 5.1 QJXUKJ ' fx s F C X ow yfijfew ff if as Taffy? F .MQYG O ia fl ECW Jjjmcljjyp op' of M555 Ei-ififfla '?3gi,wfW W I V X me Q 1 An assembly is a great time to take a break. Many sophomores can be found but only U6 one can be seen in this picture. Can you find him? N A lot of sophomores take it easy.. Some read or even write poetry. Some just dream about all of the Sd times ahead. ew ser K fqsafi goo 0- Q, t f' OCD , ' A 'X " ' xg K X O Q 573 fr Sx 4419 if 'W' ftp? 1 ' Vg! . "N, ,J X , xr ,X - X53 .. X TX xx' xx 1, x .X XX, " f N 1. Q Xxalgaf ' gh ja .. X, , X 'lxxkfl ,T we it Y I d y y d a break," admits Theresa Kle t ll h pass Lf' h y S ph 91 M Classes and Study Y 5,:j,y ,- gr Cd ' V ' ' " "H Some sophomores find it easier to do their homework in between classes on the quad. f 92 Sophomores ' JNL." ff? rffffeia, f", f fi, ,f ff ff , ' Lf.: 'mia J AW my , V I f-2' ,g :L-sffff, :G .2 ,. .. ,av gf, ,, Us., ,fm f' z VQf '21.Zf7'vfvjV ' f y , 1137 K x f ,M , , N NYG! , y , , f , ,, , A 4 7 JI ff any , ' 1 1? 4' r ' 7 P fi 1 ' , ,ft . f :V , 15 ,rf ,f M5 4 13 . isis. 5' ,fffgi 2 ,1-1 n . ' 5 , . .f' .111-:H-" if cy ' f 53 ff: -V " ' M72 25 4222: A , f 1 " wa 11' . f," w any ff? af , w rt 'ff 211 wwifffrriwn ' 1' V i'w,7A , ygfif , I gb- fgjkf jfx ,522 , f 51- f ,.,yf9 ,, ,,., ,- 4 "' L4 ,,Q1sf77 Lf, f Q' Pg, L, . ffl XMCYL 05 ma 2' ' 'Q' ,fax "Wir, . ' , if, 116 2.4 ,a .zfwh 1-' rs-'fnf ,ca-, 'M W ,'::, P2-I'-' f . 'rua-f,3-miff w, L A 3 f 4,1--,11,Z,, rg, H fi,-435' f W2 f , .1 f if , . v 2 , F V eg ,f"v M'31 2 Susan Howes, with friend, fix their hair after P.E. Now they can go on to more classes and study. Late for class, but there is a good chance he will finish his home work. fzirfrx ,,,Z:f'- , o ' f af. - I -Q f' 'f wff 'ff ' 1 2 ef? we. 53 ss:- Sm D' ga fio- 5. D' CD '1 CD E 5. D' Q F1' D7 U1 fn P-4 C? U1 0 KD as U1 FP U' N E? U7 O 'U D' O a O V1 CD CD N M , - fa K Q Y . Ries T' H , h. is N P A X A was X .313 - . f T V K 1 ' . i S541 . - :wel ,gy v " N ' .. . s 33:2 .5 , as . . i , ,a wr.-4 :V :aj sire. f-ye 4 - .,. sm. W .g5'?f'T.:T6? '- x Q ,Q , vi:-xxx h I Q J gi 5 N3-. X, -- 4,-25, ,-rg , - ,xy A ,- x.. fy f " ff' N ig. ..: A,-fe 5 X ..gggf.j,- -Q f 3,-1 -fx. Q, ' r X: . 1 ,f 5 , 'fiaref 4 , . -: ,- :,,..w-'fx 23.5 fx N' .ff iff' ' ef ,Jw 1 , . N' V 1-P-:gf if N 'Ti f : X :ir N. ,. . r an , .Q ,... A 4, . if D. . - fig: ,rggwxwv I-I.-,, cf .'-.-.Lf L ' ' 'is-' ' -Q Qt 'Q r ,- Q X . . Q Q disks Nq.N, 1 : '- IF. 'F . . --f" - . - N- . Q "Q, .. N s ' ,. 1-.iam Q,-,, . af' Q A-.51 ' i ' -j'3,51'ff+.,:.lf .S-.:-l -. . ' Xgfiiff-s'g:-..,: X-f'-fm14.':,o ' f-"sc -x v ir s- --s - , f-vs gp: . .. 5,g3,s,,3-p., 4-1 ,V I, .1- ' 1..:,. x 4 if- X 1. 5 . 1,-1-.a tgiw. Q 'F - , a ef X . .N if-.Q 1 .I N. ,. . ' N Q . 1.-,Ng A ,if ' Q .1 - . R ' Q-if.ff:QPQ.-- X. .Q 'R-fFH,jf 1 . ,sg .. 122 ' 5 V .. - .ff-vzsxsfi' . ,Xe-1 N Rviywtdx. so x ,E by . x Lunch and Relaxation Two sophomores find relaxation at lunch. Even the plastic tastes good when sixth period finally rolls around. 5 f-.1 f has sa- ? -ez , I 9. To relieve the tensions of the day a good toss of a frisbee works wonders. The frisbee can be seen three lunch periods a day and five days a week. Lunch is a good time to discuss all the social happenings, such as who's going with who and other important facts. Three sophomore guys enjoy rating the girls as they walk by during lunch. Sophomores 93 Eklove, Howard Eklove, Richard Elias, Tony English, Tina Englerneier, Sue Esseff, Denise Evans, Bill Evans, Susan Excell, Leslie Fadler, Jeff Fairbanks, Nancy Felix, Tina Ferrell, Mike Ferry, Kristina Ford, Barbara Fox, Mike Frank, Kristina Frisbie, Angela Froloff, Patti Fullrner, Linda Gaines, John Gallenstein, Chris Gardiner, Julie Geary, Tim Gehrke, Sandy Gerwig, Chuck Gilmore, Kate Gippner, Donna Gerardi, Kris Glick, Stan Goldsteiner, Alan Gomez, Stephanie Gordon, Kerri Gorham, Robert Gorrell, Michele Gould, Glen Grodman, Jeff Grauage, Susan Gray, Jodi Grazda, Rita Greenburg, Mark Griffin, Holly Grimes, Drew Gruberger, Don Gustafson, Dave Hackett, Brenda Hackney, Dale Hall, Bart Hall, Jane Hallock, Steve Hammond, Gerry Hamud, Adriana Hand, Kathy Hansen, Shirley Harding, Ed Hardman, Joe Harmon, Kurt Hamess, Lauren Harvet, Mary Lue Hatmaker, Holly Heard, Vickie Hebrank, Leslie Heilgman, Anne Hein, Todd Heinrichs, Patrice Heinz, Cindy Heisser, Laurie Hellums, Dorsey Henjum, Ken Henson, George Herrera, Teresa Heydenreich, Mary 94 Sophomores f ' 'ia isis ? , M be A fi: 'L '. R " ' ri 'Q-:Y . ' 4 I-Iitchcox, Bob Hoffmon, Jenine Hogg, Steve Hopper, Douglas Home, Roger Howes, Susana Huenen, Patty Hungerford, Mike Hunter, Teresa Imhoff, Robert lntlekofer, Mike Iwen, Michelle Jacobs, David Jacobs, Jim Jensen, Paula Johnson, Bill Johnson, Cindy Johnson, Roger Johnson, Tonye Johnson, Stephan Jones, Anthony Jones, Kimberly Jones, Vance Joseph, Ray Kappen, Kathy Kaschalk, David Lafferty, Dan Lingelbach, Jack Lipsky, Mark Locklear, Coleen Lombard, Scott Look, Paul Lownsdale, Mike Luke, Leslie Lyons, Dave Maggie, Kathy Malmquist, Pam Marr, Viree Manos, Mike Marble, Lara Marcellus, Diane Mareno, Mike Mareno, Mark Marsh, Crystal Marsh, Kevin Marshall, Bret 5 Martin, Lee F i 1 if ,n 1 ,xl , j Mmha11,Shir1eyiTl, A , JW? i Martin, Perry Mason, Cathy Mason, Pam Mathis, Wendy Mathews, Kerri Matz, Cheryl May, Jody May, Richard Mazucca, Mark McBride, Maureen McCann, Tim McCloud, Cynthia McCormack, Mike McDonald, Peter McGlothlin, Debbie McGregor, Gary McHugh, Meashan McKaye, Peggy McKinnon, Laurie McKniff, Nancy McRae, Russel McTague, Louis Mechesney, Steve Melie, Mike g 1 Sophomores 95 Meyer, Jeff Meyers, Laura Miles, Kevin Milito, Joe Miller, Julie Miller, Ken Miller, Tom Minks, Sandi Mitchell, Doug Mockry, John Mogan, Jennine Mongeon, Don Monsour, Miriam Montieth, Tracey Montigriac, David Moore, Alicia Moore, Greg Moore, Scott Morsa, Gina Mortimer, Denise Mortimer, Mary Moyneur, Mark Muckey, Ron Mueth, Chris Mulcahy, Mike Mulloy, Sabrina Nelson, Jeff Nelson, Tammy Neugent, Lisa Nichols, Lola Ninneman, Debbie Nocera, Laura Nocera, Sherry Nonnemaker, David Norton, John Nowak, Matt O'hara, David O'laughlin, Nora Oliver, Glenda Olmstead, Cindi Orr, Richard Owens, Vicki Parraco, Adrienne Pamess, Julie Parks, Katherine Parke, Brad Pappas, Joan Paolucci, Lisa Palmer, Eric Palma, Mark Padilla, Dan Oxford, Shelly Parraco, Alison Passovoy, Debi Pentis, Gail 96 Sophomores V' 1 l 'X f i sf i 4 ff' ff , ,IC ' ,,4,fffp'!iiQ7fd1' V 4 ffgiii Thanks loads, because you told me that this class was going to be easy. 14 ophomores ju t keep on coming "Hey wait a minute, what did you say that question w asks Rita Grazda. :Ax p x 1 l Parmett, Mindy Petty, Steve Phillips, Liliann Pickett, Kim Pickles, Scott Pippin, Pam Pittman, Marc Pollard, Kelly Pollard, Sherry Porter, Bill Pound, Francis Pound, Julie Premo, Pat Price, Rebecca Pricipe, Mike Propes, Russ Ray, Jackie Raimal, Annette Reif, Liz Reina, Paul Reis, Steven Renteria, Frank Reynolds, Brian Reynolds, Lori Reynolds, Randy Rice, Larry Riggs, Lisa Riley, Ken Rini, Kenn Rnbb, Harold Robson, lain Rogers, Kim Rioscrance, Gail Ross, Mike Rose, David Rowedder, Ronda Ruch, Ethan Saavedra, Scott Sage, Tami Sander, Donna Sanders, Brian Santos, Gwen Sapp, Mike Saputo, Tony Satterhwaite, Garl Sawyer, John Saxby, Art Sayles, Curt Sayles, Danny Scheindt, Sherri Scherer, Lynda Scheuble, Colleen Sophomores 97 Schmidt, Keith Schmitt, Nick Schoonover, Craig Seebeck, Kelly Sehrer, John Schow, Kevyn Schreiner, Marsha Schunck, Jutta Schwartz, Todd Schwartzbaum, Maida Seid, Bryan Selicovitz, Scott Selvage, Maureen Sharer, Karen Sharpe, Gary - Shaw, Joi Shaw, Karen Shea, Tim Shelton, Juanita Sherman, Lisa Sherwood, David Showalter, Kent Shultz, Tim Shumate, Robert Simmons, Debbie Sitton, Mike Slatlum, Sven Slavin, Becca Smith, Kelly Smith, Steve Smith, Vanessa Sobesky, Glenn Sobiesky, Kathy Soble, Lori Speer, Lorrie Spence, Bill Spoehr, Pam Spoehr, Patti Springer, Kevin St. John, Sandy Stankis, Craig Starkey, Terri Steele, Toni Steiner, Tim Stemple, Nancy Stemberg, Bill Stevens, Brenda Steyer, Bridgitte Stivers, Nancy Stout, David Stoughtenborough, J. Stovall, Steve 98 Sophomores A lot of faces with a lot of smiles ,Qt ix f . . I ,, , 1 '-1' l M f- .r.. -.S , K ,, S , i u, K ,. 1, R. ,, ce . , . 5 -Shu a r M, 1 f ll e f -,f k ,, f--..,.,,.1-,Q-1, 1 W'-'wwe-.,. 4 1,7 ,gs 4 ' W' zz + Q' I if 739. it by 5 9 Q6 ai- 94,2 ,, af.. , , , . :tar 1-W-v-,,, f A fa'--0, pn rs, . , fe, M- g F ft 'iz' ' A 3:51 e .- ' ' """'N fr S' f f E sae' n .,:Q- 'J 7 , . pq., 1 ,qt 1: 2. V if , V 1 ilf E wif. 4 5511 7,34 2' -.ef - ,f ,mf :ig ,,:f ,f,Y ,- V , ' qi , Q V . '3-11,1 5 4. dmyfuf ,. fan- ' ' .Avi - 5 . 3-- an-, 4, i, 4' ' nf, 4, Q, ' 3 f i ff" . '49 Sophomores spend their lunch talking, eating, talking, socializing, talking. Yi 'MW A ,File ' "Here we are, busily at work," says Sabrina Mulloy. While in one of Tim fFlash Gordonl Tyrolt and his ray gun, are ready to shoot the Mrs. Colell's art class. b8S'C roll Of film Yet- x f .V li l 1,1 " : g 1 v x' M in L? ,, ,,, , 3 1 ,.l. I sf 'fs ,,,1 , ,. g . ,grfii ani' by-,L Z S' 7 U 4 4 1. nu- 2:-, t I .t nina ' ' ', fjymrfz 241 ,',. ,. mg, , f ' 1 zclrfqa 1 ff , ,, .AM , f Q. . f , ' if ' N " 7i3"'f: Straight, David- Strom, Paul Struckert, Bud Stultz, Chuck Stump, Greg Stwart, Liz Talbert, Dale Tally, Bryan Taylor, Jeff Thornhill, Gene Thombrush, Jay Todd, Debra Tomlinson, Mark Trimble, Marceil Trosi, Terri Trueba, Maureen Trzecjak, Mary Tumer, Allyson Tumer, Teri Tyrolt, Tim Ujihara, Dee Dee Ukkestad, Kris Valdez, Tina Vale, Tony Valecia, Rudy VanCleave, Rob Vanderlip, Mark Vannest, Eric Vargas, Frances Vargas, Roque Venolia, Ted Vignate, John Waddouts, Patty Waitt, Michael White, Sue Wallace, Tim Way, Bryan Weizer, Steve Welsh, Diana Wessels, Mark Westwood, Patti Wharton, David Whittington, Liz Widmer, Lori Wilcox, Debbie Wilber, Ted Williams, Kim Willis, Tom Sophomores 99 100 Sophomores ophomore Make-ups -sf ,-.4 1' 'ish ,Z 4 df Sophomore make upsg Front Row: Gary Klifman, Jeff Kavanaugh, Ken Koemppel. Second Row: Karen KOCIS, Donna Killms, Ken Lian, Dave Kardos, Tom Lamar, Brett Korf, Jerry Kocis. Back Row: Jim Laasko. Englehardt., Brent f y Emsberger, Scott Landrey, Gale Kutcher, Kris Korda, Cindy Kraft, Cindy Kelley, Debbie f ,Q fwfr eff' ,,n, it fief ct,t i ' W ' 'K' vi "" A if Knox, Debra Knee, Jack Kreher, Barbie Kennedy, Carol Koeske, Cheryl Kelly, Lisa Lee, Vicki .lf y Meek, J eana Swanson, Patti Let's be Inconspiciou , the Teachers Are Coming LW Laura McCabe takes a moment to give us a smile for just one more make up S0Ph01I10l'es usually discuss the iH1P01'taI1t issues Of 'C0dBY- Todays picture. topic seems to be motorcycles, girls and the schools cookies. A break during the day is a nice way to get some good rays. A few minutes of relaxation and maybe even some privacy on the quad. Sophomores 101 Freshmen v-..I' f . pp-wr r . -..- ,f re .fa I 54:fil"F: ti' e-LQ ff kr, X .r Rafe I. . tw, 102 Freshmen Freshmen officers: Michelle Burger, Presidentg Barbara Thomas, Treasurerg Jennifer Hahn, Vice President, and Lisa Knoll, Secretary. This year the Freshmen class spent much of their time raising money for future activities like the Senior Prom. They did this by having candle sales, car Washes, bake sales, selling concessions at basketball games, putting on special movies for the elementary children and selling "surprise" packages on the quad. They were a very industrious class and put their talent to good use when they built their Home- coming Float, which placed third in competition. Tremendous spirit has been shown by this class who has won several competitions at the rallies against the upper-classmen. A dance was planned for the end of the year which was celebrated in their hard work and efforts. div 31,-.ie-.7-Mr. t-,-,W-m,V.,.V V V,.,,f.V,-, . 1 2 zlfrffl ,'r1V1:w-Vg , :V:VLV. f,:g1:, V. ff GV: ' , 'fzss' t ,fn I 27 Q! 4 7 ' fp A 'X V ,v -:Vx-Q' ff! ' Q I ' 1 '6 1 35 , 2 , 41 4 4 4 i ,ff ' 2' 6 f 1 4 ,e , 1 as .v , f 'fs jg , , , , ,,,, - 7 ,f f 5 e if ff 4 26 ff HV .1n,,3 f A , ff N I, f,,.rff4rf 51 "V'L'iVff+ . V,.,1.V 1 1 f I iff ' Vw, r . ' 4" V ,lf MZ: ' 6 Q V, V . . V V, f' .V ,, W ,rr I .V kwin' ' .' 'V 24 A 1 ,,,Q ,, l , ,wfy , 131' 4:4 ' px Q: .,, ' U - Vvxn ' lx it ' A ls f Qi Q3 if 7 954 I .. .7 f V x 'f'i f l li f 9 . E' V" V. V' , . - 1.2: 1' 'mb ,V-fnV'-ff ,aj-'V ,ua gr g ' ,, f f ' . V ' ' Jie.-fziiiaf' 'Q s' . - inf . tiff.. 5:2 "Ep -' ,"' ' .-,f, 53? Vf V 'V , VV ,. ' 'iifiiziii i' -1. EW" ' V, ,, ,V ' ff I ff f , 1 3 1' f-1 ' , f r 4 9 ,, , r, f 1 i 1 N V V Q, , A u wc:-sem 5::g,f:nyff4-Vim, rg -, - ' if 5 ,, 1'! ff!! ' iz, f Af K WZ 1 JV, f 4 A , J , ,l X , .. ,. . . ,, . 9, ,. W 4 QV V ' A' if Q 2 Z, , W! , F 'vi - .f 3:1 1 ,, ,,.,,,,V ,, ift ,, ll 5 4 W . . ,-1, 1,41 1V if :" ,j gg 1 4 f . 5. 1 ffl -I ,2 ' if V fiffiii , ' , Vw, V-fy, '7 ' 215512 :,2. Aff? a f f 6 ' f f . g 4 f, , if 4' if z rv ' ,4.:7.fn:4V -'-'W f - 'wwe 1 .9 ,, , X Iggy 0' , 4 Q af f 2 I fa iff, 4 4 f' , 2,2 - ""' V '1 3 J ',.,5jE xt Q 'V 'iff ,,,,, we mm 'wr 7 ' ' " f f grim , , ,V, .e V' mf, ,VW --ff .'tE.4!' ' '24 X 'V,V,,Y , , ,:V. H 'ffiffgv , 5.12 -ww -' ,V Vi' ?V:2:fV!Zf , ' ww: , V: ' 'L ,f " VV' " v:feZf"' , -Q V 'Q , W" IV ,- it ' V :V x iw V gg y ,V V, 7 - V- X sh , ' 3 , 4 f V -f"fVyf, " ,, 5 'L,Qgf,2 f' , .fr 'i J- ' ' ' 'f lf.-49.1, ' ' fb " . 31- . FZ! " Vvzz.. .V , ,,+jk"7' . '1 'fill-6 """"' ' V127 ,- f"5Zgf?' W" F' 'rf .. , ' ff'-, 32-, 'L-"Ei ' -31:2 Q H --"If::fffi'iSbn. f Wm. 5 4,1 fame, 'zwifr , "mf, Q, X V TF A-422.15 K WWA 'fW"2fW'y7 '?7f 1' W" ' Wai, V, . , , , , Cy ig!! ,4 lp elf A --" - ,.V ,Wm f , -Q ff? . , if 'V V rw Y' fab' 1' V A K li 7' 2: ,' -. A 5 f V .- .- , ,V ,. 5 V V -Vg'-1, f - ,me ' lg., , 1523 1. V. V, ' A' K VV - f f A w .fi 5 '. I it ,Q Y' V. '14 V '-.L if , V,5j ,, , ff 'f 3 A V ff,, 1, V' "ir: 1 ' 711 WV, 3 "" . - 'vi-,1 ,VV V. ?'f ' I 5" fi7iff '4 'f5'i55 I 2 x 1 . H ' Lf-'.i, if "" V- 'ix 'V . In 4 4 23 V , wa X V V- 4. VF R, UVU, V 4,7 M .kk,,, Y ,IYI if-V V' V 2 V 1 ' , V, b V ie A VV VVV V V, .x. 5:7 V V jig 12' fV'i1'? V ', . .V 1 N 1 Lf y W 5,24 W 1 V if 5 f? " A X' Vlyv fy I3 X4 ff in QW f ai ff f' 41 ?'2'7 Q P 3 f 'f V, 5'f"fL2 l'4, ,. L V .,,V li. . K '.A. MV' 16 , 721 , .yi ' ,- , ' H if , 3 J , , , .,.V ,.,,, , . 2ffiT:'1f79ivf23 fv' f g,p.fwzVz1iz'Q , , . ggsfav .. 1 I jd ,f V ij.. ' '5 32 inf ffkif ,V ,V ' A37 0, , A ,V f K Vs I " ff 'f ' AT: I 'Q 451 ,J ' V K fy , ,,., ...,., ,, 52,2553 ,J J ' Q , V J WV i ' " V- Z , 4 9 M 5 if V ,V fV1f25aV I 2 " ' :jf Vfzfg ,4 1 1 a ,f, V. In Vvrpfgj ..,V,. . ff , f' 'JZ' f 1 , .1 V'A Abraham, Gary Accomando, Elaine Acuna, Gonrad Addington, Cathy Adickes, Lisa Aiello, Terry Alaniz, Roy Alkire, Sandie Alvarez, Tony Andal, Kris Anders, Kathy Anderson, Eddie Anderson, John Angerman, Tom Annessi, Greg Apalategui, Leticia Apodaca, Jill Appleby, Tom Arendts, Sherri Armon, Joe Armstrong, Eileen Amold, Dan'yl Arriola, Lisa Asnes, Stacey Austin, Pat Avery, Brock Ayala, Nanette Bacerra, Mark Baker, Jamie Barad, Beth Bamard, Bob Barrett, Russ Barry, Alan Bastien, Anne Batcher, Julie Baumgariner, Kelly Bechard, John Beeson, Kellie Bellinghiere, Mary Benedict, Dedi Beneke, Joy Bennett, Ben Bensky, Dan Benson, Linda Bergan, Michelle Berman, Steve Bemstein, Tim Bemstein, Ken Beyers, Susan Bible, Jean Billerman, Connie Birmingham, Tracy Bishop, Eric Blake, Chuck Blanke, Neal Blum, Kevin Blumke, Joel Bock, Ken Borgeson, Jess Bond, Laurie Bondio, Pat Botch, Mary Botti, Mike Bowker, Bob So, this is what being a Freshmen is all about. , V, 'V " VJAVA ,-. ,, V,Vi' f' . ' W it If 5, A V " .,... V ,V - V A A V f- ,V .' , 'Ziff Z VV " " .W w ' -' . , 'ami . 3, mffgyi 1 , . W1-V11 .- , 4. 2.1 ,,, V 2 f V, e1?,e.1-E ,-1- E ,T Vi' -,Qi - , '4 2 VV1 1,5 1 A ,.., , -:f S. .ag V 1 EVV' if f , - V V, ,ff,, 22' 4 ,I ' . fy ,,,, , V V1 gi, f ' 14,4 -V " 2 Q:Q'ff7'f.g', f'A."3,VVQ,?LQ,,.M! '. ' iv, 'grg.g.y ' - f V5 1 g ,V f ' .' V ?7if'V:4f7T'Ei2,WVW?5fEZ'i'7i?' l K' w ' 2 Y 47 fl , 71, V ,- , ffm 4, 14,4 , W V, V , , 'V',. ' iff , f X 2 H I f ,V',. , ' , V , ' ' V V ,, r ,295 W1 . , , A , g 1. V- , V V ' ' AVV . V 'A . A W' 4 Z ,,.. V ' .V f . V,V, 'Q V V V W' VV ff , ' ' ' W Q ' ' 1 ,jjwgff ' 'cg , ,Q I ' ,E ' , jf -fb ,, 39.42 V aa iw All N Z fn Vi , , A -'A 4 ' , , ' i H, - , I A ga' V K if-,iiidyf 7 'A if- , , 2 V. .fx 4 if X ll if I5 .- f ' el , 5 ' . ' V 2 V , ' - , , I , .. 5 , V V' Q V, x.,V ,, ' ' ' 1 ' K x M - J, - M ' ' .ag JV, H ' P I 'f i ff I A 'Y - ,B 4,2 ' I J- i X M---X V V QV.. ' Q L VW.: X 'ral A , --,,.---e 1 N-fi Ai., Freshmen 103 104 Freshmen Bmdy, Brian Brody, Kandi Brody, Marc Brown, Shelly Brown, Melanie Brown, Dan Brower, Roni Byrd, Susan Burg, Steve Burger, Michelle Bundy, James Butler, Kurt Butter, Steven Callahan, Dan Camarillo, Alfred Campanella, Brent Campbell, Scot Carabajal, Deanna Carpenter, Robin Carpenter, Tammy Carrell, Sharon Carrillo, Nina Carroll, Dermot Carter, Jean Casey, Jim Cassar, Robert Castro, Rick Cata, Joanne Cavanaugh, DOD Chaffin, Glynis Chase, Chris Chase, Lin da Ch enevert, Theresa Ciccone, Bruno Clark, Wendy Claycom b, Melodie Clouse, Gail Cole, Cathy Coleman, Steve Collier, Lorie Boykin, Donna Bradley, Mike Bryan, Kelly Brandt, Marlene Brassfield, Susan Breazeal, Kathy Breslin, Brian Briceno, Maurice Brinkmeyer, Jill Broccoli, Susan , 7,,WVW - ii Vi wi ' . ,. 'zV2,w ,, . hy, ,V VV V 'Z . V L-1 " at I Z2 , 2, Qf A A ,, 2 l ' fx Q , 1f,qfbV'7ff ff! 'Iii f, , 1 ' ' f ,- 4, ff ,, ' ' 1 of , f f fy! ff r' l ff! Z 4 Afqvf QL if V, V f, ,V y 1 X af 1 f ff ISV - j,,,V,if V. VV we ,,,V' , gig' ,J , , ,mg 1 ef 4 fi f 5 ,1 Y ' 1' I Q1 M ., tj , , .I , V, V, Vgrsgy, g' 3 7 ,yu Z 7, 4 ' if vf W' ' ' ,1-'fu VV. ., ,..,,,, ,, V, , I " I I . V-gy.: ,gg V .. V 2 V f , K 1 2 ff , , if M l f l 1 Va ft., ,V 1. ,.,. fffff-:efwfgfvz Q if J A ,Q dp . M V gi' -Q af' if 1 ff If 1 -if if f 2 'Q 1 f , 4 rg W' f rf r-A ' 'Q 1 251 , AA - , - asf , ,,., ,., ., .bW,,,,,W ' V14 , ,, J' , , , V- ,Q 7-14 J '- , f V wy! V , V ,, K i "WM 4' ,,,,,, 1' , W A N f 1 f V .-.V, . 'V A i , A ' 1- Vf fz5fg:'1?f'H-f .. . ,..,, Q-,,,,A.1. if 1' 71, f Wfffvf' VV' VA X Q 5T 'R N L5 x hx illlxx X X w f ,QQ ,Ve ob ew- 'ew we Q ,X ae X X My , ,Vw ,LM Lunchtime Is l .-.--...,,., "1 "You'cl never believe what happened to me on th 1.-ww 1-fn '---' V:-v 4'-.am :n:r'.-w1'4i"I'fV'f A fm: 1 :Qin '. ,,,3fe,'f,.V,.V.,.. "'C" ' fZf T " A'm i1'i1"'F' Y ,175 gV51V,,,mV-V, V- i 14, V,,:,,A V V ,, ,,,..li-tw: ' VJ: 355 'V ,. ' V, I " , , A .ff , ,. V , .A V . .1 A ' V V5 V ,, V! . ,V .. , f.,.,. 'IL N . . r ...QV-.V 4 V V- mfr V an 1 ff. i -V 0 Y Q V V, 111' Q: fd 1 4554 :' V V , V fflif 5 ' f' A V ' V? ' rf V' ' ,V V 1 ' :,"'V .:V -" , ,f ' ' V in - V - ' V k ,,1V:Vfgf. 1 V' gy g,1,wa9:1 0.1 '- V Q , V ' ' i " .VV 4 ' ' ' " ,VQ2-1, Ol ' ' VZ, " fV'V'f,w V , , ' f' - VH, ,' , 'V ' Wfl, "mf" ..V',V' v- 'V ,f ,Mbna ,, I ,V VVfK,VV,,,,,,,': ' ' 3, ,Y,,,,, ff f in" , 24 V -ff' Wx, V VV 'VW ' W"""' ' ,VVVVV 'W ' . 7 ' ' f," ,W Q- ' , f "if 1 ,, 1- 1,4 V Wrmwrfvw. ,,ffV Mug, re? , L r. wg - l V My , , , H if ' 2 ig VV ,V 1 .T wv,,,f.s:orm1g ,ffwffugtl ' Wg!" l if , , ,, ' 1,4 2 ' V,-in - V, - ,, , ,,,Vj . , 'Vf:V V f,7f,fV,,,,V V VVV',,V,,fV9: SJW? V- '-lV , iff? V' V- - '-gif ff ' V? ff 1V ' 'Q e ,f , 1 , , ,- ' 2:3 f 1 my I, V Q, . H' ' ,.f 1"" "',ViV4 1:1 ' " , ' 'V 2 f f' r ff' Vlgfjg' ' fa 7""Q"',' 4 ' ,gi , , ,, . -M X 5 4 , ,f ' i, , 1 ll V a S ig " ,lififv V ,, v Wi, f NAV, 1 1' V Q 4, I ,, V V :aVgg.2VV1g5?:5q:: ' 'f5,E2Ei?E5Eif'5' .. 1 -X J.-IV.-Iii ' "W 153 V 355 K N Y r I r , ,Sf 3 1 V' , .V,V ui, -N - A at jiilllnxftwifz l:.3:,.?li ref 0 , F , . 3 t x , e f Aw 5 'ig rf? lie A M QQ Wi J V. ' rj 4 , , 1' A .- s Z? A t X ' , w QV A , V .ff ' . ,S Eiifffslii- J v zi5,fr1'1f.g21,' -ff"-f :, 1V, Q' S- 2V3is:iV52---I :gig ',.' V-1, sv fgi ' VV l 2 i Vll'V i ' , f f tg ' P if if ',,, V, I wif 'J A A 3 ,1 V,V,V V' n:VVV-. V bww- -.V- V- ,416 A Vg. , - 1- .-: -1 ,, .'V,:-,-1 ,iw rV,.,.. rx . e, ., . .V ff 1,0 V ,. V.. XV 4, V, 1? .Mm L V ,W gg, tt,fV,e,-.QV -, a., V. K .-VV , 15? , -a , 1,-,, 1, 'M V . f..ff:pV V 3: V fa Viva :fs-V V - 3 , W' iff - VV - 'ffija '- 75 :EVV5 fi: 'lffd , V ' -,HE W 4- , fl .,-Q, lj, , l ,si I 0. . 1 K , V, . 4 , X1 .V I , Q i .,-X. V ' ,-, V' ,V., Vg V, .Y rl in .Xl Q ei I ' 1 1 ' 3 ' ' .. V- me-. mr XJ., V, 1 VVVV , AVVV' ' V V , ' '.",esba, e "T: Elf 1- , 'V fm. fa,-1 A .'1 ,',pfQ?1",g ' V V V V -V - if Y ,Q X V V .1 g ' 'VV-P1 p . , A V. 1, ,rg N - -f xt , ., J ,. M 5, 1 X W L, ..,,,, , V Y .V V' 1 A. . if 12K V -,la w F mag 4 gr. we - , Z 1,1 V ..4 K, i V,- W, 1, Pl 1 , up .v fy A V K f V , . . my 'f , , , V ,,,V , ,. U Time for hating 5 l 1 do the way to third period". , ' H ,:5: -.,. f'iQ,-5:19253 ,3:3Ei:: 'V , H -1: '-1,-A. f iw ' 4125x321 " aff . V. 251:-Eff 'r' j ., " . J - ,. ' , ,1 15: , l -. . ff ff' 1" i V , - 'Q 1 'fl Af L' 2,11 ,f"',1W-,,., , ,,. K 'E+' l, ag f-f",,.t--f-,a - D wx, ll Q Y, J, , L wa , , I ll L. i n 5 Q l l ' ,f-:W-f.1,e:. . l 9.4 6. 4 it Q ,, r 1 F P4 .7 mfg , 4 , 9 Le, ., ' ff i f l . fl - dv f f f i Z Lf J I 7 ' 5 l I I .1 l l N ' X ' n,,ffY ' 1 , f , ' 1 f 3 1z9f:1-it .Q wwf ' f f , "1 if f 1 1 V 1 1 , any at Collins, Doug i f f 1 fx! K f -i condie, Lisa ' X e ja L, K A f a' l f l' 1 f 'sfo fha. , f. ',w- , ,A if 1 . ov ., f f?1a'z1: , 1, we .24 T fr? f 'l X . X I fat 1 , 1' 'T .ri 4 - 9 4 w " f f ' 5 AG-1-" 1 . .1 rif f 4 35 X, ' 4 ' xr - -a p Zi ' ' at 2 -DIC l 2 lflci-'A Ulf' ' ' Qifjw, ,Z A 1 ,' ,A f' il 'f -Y Q , ' ,, ' ' T, M2 L I V? -gy Z 63-VJ7 X f x Af sw, ' on y'S til Q f ' V ,e,.J' L"f'M ,C J ' -4? 1 , qa,,:2.,1v,x :gl ,fi L .XXL ,f -V, l M -, .,-Ai . K. M L, ,lx , ---- wwcwcfsfffgzfif iw n i X , 76 ' , ,A , A 12, fag! ' 61 , Sy fQ , fl 1 , I X x pf ,"- 'FP 5. -ff ' f"'Zi"' aff i f -J ' f U, 6 Ay le- A ' 'C r tt ole e ' l I lv . 4.!,2Z,, iigiz z v A ,Jen-y b , .7 L, .agifggai wal l , ,f at K, f ' , ' ff" i 7 " , , , W fCottam, Andy -6 Q., M' " ' C SYS, il HX 6 AE f ' my rf xi, ,Y I ,gg , Q R f . t W',,zQ1.f na V ' V . ' 4 L ,Y 7 ,f fc .x r,,i a i . C a, L, h. L ' ctgllznokeviiiy f r My Z0 ' ' Q Mr T'2""f it I i i i- TA 5 . K Cowan,Sh91l9Y v,.A ,I Cmwfordyshawn l ' Crean,B0b ,V., fl cw, Bret it Wifi , a A. ,.A. ' ev CNSSMMM li D' "L ' Q lim, , ,.Q.':,, 4.:- 5 :,-Q1:'v r ff-- ' ' '::, 3 V3 ,,,5 :-. . r we "": ' . A if , 3 'M 7 , , f 5 in Q 'D f fi f X 1 J 1 3-at K y f 1 ' . g:2:.::1:f:f'f-iq, as .gfffysf-7,2-.-,.,.:.. +1 . . 1 4?15:gr 1,1 ,,Z- , V ,gdeimfi Q f V f ""P , ' g ':fg!5.,4 : Dwi 'c- -Ji? kg? 4? K 91' , l J 'T , 3 , il l j 5, 4, ,, fmz.Q:-5--z-,mf-:-:.:vfv:::4:1. .:fzr:e-1-aseq1-r:ir::1:1::::.f'-rg -sm ,..Tf"'f"1",fV.?,Tf?i'?7?f'1,'.f-5 ' " gh25:255i2,g2gvif-5Law ::affE'5'gfgs,a, ' I D, ,"4.-e,,f.,a3z3If, ,Q :,.v -':'g::.,:l,::-2:35, ,zgrwrs r .ifxfzr-,-.E:7r,1" ' Q' " , zfJ15gQ,, . , ,. aw, ' 'li-ffiifizfff :im rsvfsfiffifi ' f 1.1, P' 1 ffiiiif' 2 '-f ?E2ifF1"'f 'Q ' M ' -.IM 1jfFw.gfi5f" 1, 5 ' j,,v 'EI'i, T2 ,,, j, 1:11 ., 'ff z ips agflf,ffg.., i f , """fi ' ' iii.. 1 3:1 ,- V535 .TU Qi" V . f -. 1 ,. YW , .,A. , i?7" f2 J C f ' .,i11g::s:f.,..': .ff '-535:51 il W+:5':s:er1':2' , if-1 ' ,mf Wee, . . ' .f :" 7iQflQ.i -' j , X 1 ., xx -' , Ez, V- f 5, I 'ig' V fl t ga, In , ig 5 ' ei"' ,. ww, ., Irie ' ,, f .. - , if ' Y -- ,4 gil 1 J, A f-1, lf. -. qi, 11 if 1 , :' .+ -ew' " Croswhite, Lori Crowder, Cody Crumley, Kelly Culligan, Kelly Cunningham, Tim Dahl, Rodney Dahlberg, Sue Dailey, Brice Danzig, Kevin Davis, Lynette Day, Mark Debman, Bob Deboer, Deena Decker, Brenda Decker, Florie Decost, Damien Deemer, Julie Delbridge, Jerry Delgado, Anthony Depalma, Michelle DeShazor, Kathy DeValk, David Dick, Nicholas Dickey, Wally Dillingham, Alice Dillon, Nina Dodwell, Jeri Doom, Ken Doty, Mark Dougherty, Tom Draper, Craig Droze, Brenda Freshmen 105 106 Freshmen Dudley, Bob Duncan, Gene Duran, Rosie Dyson, Brad Eady, Joe Eagle, Dana Edson, Lee Eggebrecht, Peter Eidson, Danny Elsea, Jenny Encinas, Jennifer Endicott, Eric Engel, Craig Ericson, Janice Erickson, Jim Erickson, John Esparza, Dan Fair, Susan Falknersean, Sean Faller, Brian Farrent, Daryl Fassl, Bob Fenzke, Cary Ferguson, Del Femandez, Gigi Fessler, Kathy Finkelstein, Patty Finster, Vic Fish, Karen Fisher, Scott Flaherty, Pat Fleer, Christie Fleming, Blaine Florimonte, Jill Fogelmanis, David Ford, Jeff Ford, Kent Ford, Tim Fossa, Donna Foster, Judy Foster, Steven Fralin, Peter Frank, Chris Frey, Mark Fry, Rynea Fulton, Pam Gagnon, Dave Gallenstein, Lisa Garber, Rory Garbett, Terry Gavazzoni, Janice Georgiades, Steve Giamela, Robin Gilder, Steve Gioia,Michele Giordano, John Giorgianne, Mike Glinos, Dianne Gomez, Cindy Good, Melanie Gordon, Kathy Gorman, Bren da Gormley, Linda George, J im my Gehman, Vikki Geiger, Laura Gellenbach, Don Gofhoffman, Scott ' i, ' 1,22 aw 54 -W V -' f' 'fs : 'zinrrjli' - 411-.e:,S'e-Mfi y-..f':+15.- ., J:-Q V Q-gifs., .3 2, -X . ' .j:,..:.3 .- . '- 4 15932 T' TQF , , f -up--5 A. - f-fi in sf' ' I - u w 3 'V :it STI-'A 1' ' X 3369. gb K . nf." W. .W . .,r, H :l 1' W -:Q , . . . ,sw Q ' V. ,, vffe'-i.H X zz M 1 - - :J 'T' - W Q Q 'x' ' weary Q if Wiili sz' - . J f W. 13 : sk W .. ,ar it -w -f K: 5... -K4 -. , . er, Q . ' ' s V 'N if fi H Q5 J fn x ' l 333 A 1 . -:fee . " ,fan 'K .. ,F ,. ,il If X 1 v Q x 'Y' f- i" ,WEEJ-:il 1. 'wa 'V 5 5,1 75 V sss ,4, . x 1:63--: ' mf " , ,seas 5... 75" I Ji , .v, , I v L, . , .sux im 4 ' . has V: 3 L L itfif :rg 6. 1. . 1 X , x- , Ky.: . , . ,.', QW- ., v Y N Nw 'X 4 Q ki 3 L t Q- is x it il fr ik,.f'l fem. S i K yi' A , N ' Vx s W N, ,x ww "' W x Q s v Q 'ws is., lseek-it ' " ' x i xx i X c Nl - . .. . K , r , .:, ' , K 41754:-ggi I -. 'S if o f fix, . .t 1. -A , 1 ,M , sfgzg Q . 3 ' f-in-. fo P f ' -'fix i K9 ':' . 3 K ' ' 5 5 1 'f ie A:-1f.:fsi1.rf'e X' if rr K . k,,, .Q .,.,. . . .L.V .,-..,, K , :- N 1 Q -we 2124 ess ' . :QL--. ,, I X' f' 1 N f :ss:L2f?"'f' ' i Wei- :Lita Yv 6 L 71231-.rif - 5 'J -. - ' ikifi . 2 . - xiii? 'S ' .I - ,I j.1- x 'tial' '1-ilk 5 i To I - " gf Q -.' X ,gag .Q 1 1-.tai "f 'X ll X .. .4 if exif 'Jil - ' " Vid?-. lilris , sg Sh-" Q . i ,.. x ' A ae, w , gs, i i 'N X .,. 'I 1 S , vi' A.. . . a . X .. 'seeks 1- ' :ef . f . A -is , 5 fi if f 4 ,.,, Q- , V i fy, Sy an . -e ei f -1.-3, ' 1 4' sa. -if S, . .:-:- . -1 t -.gf-:xii w s- I if- mr ' , '- e f ' f. ' ' - 'rf'-Q5 w t J ,, yi 1 . - 'N ' 13 'NY-'-. Q r . ..: ' X -V Ne w K aagzgqz s ..,- -1',i5:ffQe'f5 W5 i"'.Ie?i-'7"- WMS 1-YS:-We N-SI-.5 " id-P xl 'Kirin N- .-1.' an 1 e ' i' 'efffiw . sw' S4'..w:ex:Q .,. i , max fg?'.p vis 1' f' 1 9 ai ' tfiatee' , ' ' lit- ' .5 if , lj.-'fs -' 1: .N-' A r P? .. J, - ' -. ' Q lifts 'u l' . wt , ,if ., S, KK ' 53 o Q ,-,fggpr 2.1 N Q:-.rw J: - Ns-12: , gfgkizzi ,, 2 -,ri-75. S s 199' V' ' - , .S K N . .1115 x V - .X -qefyf,-, ' . .55- - -1 '. 3? Q of A t"i.:bS .. U .viii s ' if .- . vp. ,5 5, X J. I 1 N Y ., .K I . x ' lt fray-Q .. N a -:fax " rf Ne w fi i f-, , JSE '. sfs.:.f, if o ' Xi S-s . .1 -' P" . Seas---K vi of f-:tif-s 2 ' . J. - . 'f ' ' liiikf FT5- T 3 23 "' iff ' -1 , H . ,wig 1.x V wwe, .. '. . 3 wb , , it,-. 5-f ', . M , ,F - J is ' s .s Y . ' 1 -. I' ' ' K K, K . ,,k, K KKK, KK .. .h i , .4 . 2: - 1'-it-Sr.: '- .pai . . 1 s ' . i ,, -rc . J .3 . ', 'fx -A . ,vests , i f f ., . ....s, . . . , . .NX . K s .5 r- i, f ,-3 wi K K .3 K -' . -1 ' . I ' '- hi ' Wit. . Q i xx. fliil 'fi Q ,Zi fi V " J i. .5 i ,KY - , i . is- -f-R ' Q .... . F:::5,,'.::5: Q, 1-1-is -Ss - ..,i, ,-, .K-X-U qi Q-, lfi'....,1'1,.?.e i. X , 2- Ifff-,-,J 11 -gs ,A es ' , gr .,., ..,., i .. ...- it .. -A 112.2-41 Nigel H N , . Y -ex- iiif-Rfizf -Wwe 'J -'T , .iiwbe ESV .Psi-Vail l l 6' .-w 1-as i .ef 6, ' Q55 X gg. Egg? :Jai . N' ir 5' - f' 212 . 2 ri s-:Ci 'f' 1-1 ' -gi, -z-s T 1 -+I' gyfilqlr' ,Q - .gl -. - . :.iE--.'w.,i- 3 :,ij:g:'f:fQ5-f2?' v .-:-'- S-F-it :via-5 1,"t-"J.!LT' 1' v:1E'f-dk:-.K-' nf'-5:-Ii - -- "' f" if "' P -Lge,-."f. ' . we ugh.: . 'qw V , , 'iiifefw . .V A' 521:12 is f fi: . fin 6 ' was li I . - - 'Y ' - 'vii' "a V -2, aw-Qs. ,f"Yf sri-1 mseu wi gif wr ,crm-. swag: 4:-1--435, Y 1 . .:2jg15:':'- . , Z, - .' yi. ' - .Jw-all Yang 11 . - 'wg - . .5 3j.nr.g,.i: . V 5 . ' flllf-'iii .fl ' . " Hfifmz " ' J 'i X X 1 - J rx ,L ' 'JJ' ps- cf fr-,gawk Q ,. 71, , S: -N. Age:-'-fy..-f-. P, V K 13. ' . :.:. 5 :W z. -- 1 5- ' . : US, r ri . 'Y rx , ' G N e. Q 5 KK x fx K: , A Q: l i, 4 1 . .. ,- . . ,' ' " H929 1 :V :dl iv' , - Q f -. ' f 'film .. , 1 r i -1 " W --. J 1 1 , i o Q ,Q ,,, ii if W i 6 - 4 K 'V - Ss 1 . 6- X : ' A XX 1 We 'G' x k 76 wx K 4: K . rt - , A. . . '4-Hsin-. K fs.. la. Eli gf .' ' 1 .isszsgig 'Q ..-F sv-Sr 4 iw b A, M 1,-. K K .- 5,4 1 X iiiV'Wx I . . s ' f K Klg ftfl 1 ' ' I 1 . ,i ,G R 'V fl t 3, A N -.f Y :bi - P ir? 1555- V ETS, H255 A . ,V ' ' :u f - K-Q a,.- f 1 , 1 , 44 1 Ki if L , ti it rg X +5 ff 5 419' fi' 591' . i is 7,5 .v . K Kxiifjs . 2.iifiiiQQ .. 4 K L i . ii - 'Z. 1 . - ery if " 5' LM Ar. is Y ,, 512151: r H s-. - - iv.-:W I f"' ' ff if A L . Wa rw. ,H f, Qi, . ,iv 22 . - . .J ,QS . M 5 rl' 2 , J l fl -, J .. . 4 - if :,,?K,: EK Q, ,. 5 J V i K . I - ' - . .. if '--'- ' owl? Si L.. J o if W F 0 5 is rv ac ya 44 1: - 'K Pr. On your Mark! Get Set Eat! A race which seems to JT! fs-Y""' A I - go on every lunch period of the day. Grant, Ann Q 45,57 ,f A, 4- , Ii' A If A ' ,, I Z wiv I J it ,. A 'Gr fa , 5 ,f .29 f 'Lf rf. X 4 3 r There Is Time for tudy and Relaxation at .P.H ' 1, ' :5:g.,2.,fa- N, fi 4 I K 'if f' M .. fel 1' ' ' ay,-lf152+., , M I l ,,,e. 5 ,ai .,,.V .. :- J .. V Z., 4.425375 1' ' ' r ., 6- .v xjl f ,,, , W , i,. 2 . .1 c ' - -4 ef 'D A , 'af 4 4 K G 4142 , 7 ' .'.mmf "im--af f f .' 2, I ' W gf, f J5 J 0 ff ' 1 1" "-' A V'fw"2122:'pff'g11 'f eee A QQ, ,Q Q VAAA , , Y, , ' x , xi , :ic -y My 1 X my 7? X '4 1 ' 1 ' .,L.5,. A 1. . Hizhiilicrz, , P2154 4 ' 2 I w 1, a ' , --2 "ap i 'lv 5?-wk f l , X , x , ff fi g A y Q ' f 'f' , , Z ma- Q!! , Q 5 f , . we . f f M43 -f,,..,,.,.,,,wg,,,,z-,r'z:-:-e'a- -: ,zz . f f fp f f 4 f ,ww f ?fff ' , l i '11 , , 1 .v C , ' l 'hkkag 1-117' ,ami : 1 , 1 222212 4-' e-'-argl - ' P' - 11' 'Wd'f5'7'7?7'Z7f7i3l5'f'?5f2W ' '-" ,, N 1 ' I V . ., ,,,, ,,,:,Y,,,,,, . -ra. ,,ff ,V ly. xx.: 11,1 , .W 4 l 'f Q71 r fa A, .W f-1 1 , ,,, -4 ,gg amaze 'Z f W A- .N f , Q 4 l Ll' . a f - I K' . ,i j 'ig 5 ,K .. 1 14 , , ,Z 3' ' 'L xi ' 4. if' 4,, , in jg ,xr U ,tg , V M f , ' - 'A' f f - ' as fp 12,32 j , ' ' - 1 '- f if , 9i'f'f' a 1 i :M-,fihff ' 5, 1 ,ff X , ZX, f' I ZA' -. : WA, ,MSW-, V . ' , . 45.1 - - , , eaiffmiarf 1,-f",f'Z" V, 1, ia' I ' LJ .Wil fm-rw: fl :':1"i1253f?5Zif f-,, 4,-f f , ,,,:' r- V' W f f lb ,Q , , 'tx X 3 'M A ff g fif, ' W 'Q E.. ,Haifa 1::13:4':'.c,::,--.724-41 f ,.v, 2 ,af , , eeee r r, ff a ' 217223255 2355150 We -Wi? f f 3,557 I W . 1 i M. 1 ff 7 , ,,,- 1 5, f , Whew! A quiet place to do my homework, at last! Maybe now I can catch up on my Eng- lish, Math, maybe even Science. 5 . 1 , ,f ,,f'7f'z'E5'7""f " ",' f555f??75"' f i A fl r M l. villll , it fi: -V1 L. ,1-,4':,faf1'5pg 2 - . ,.fa , ' . L , ' 'gt' " 1, ' . ,:g1fQ3.':5 221113, . iii' X re, x 'zffjgi ,A i g: , 4 , ., YI T ,Q 4' , ,-f"ff75"f'f- . Y'fJVff V M4 7 ' 7?n'jy 'SFT j f' fm, 1 ' f l - ' :' ii? "Eff: ' .:Z'fp13?13: fin.-"1 fsihiiue. ,211.,w ,f .43 1...,. f 4 fx- W A jf lf f af f , , f -4 1.7134 ',," me "" 1 asf VV' W-4 - ff -"1 '.1"'f l, fag' I , 'y wgfy , ,f:gSj,g:1gJfE?","-I f ,. ' - 4 "af ' l - M , .21 ,, ,, 'i-2-'iff' 'g,iY':f'f1 ' ' ',,.,,. , ,i,. ,. . l, J fl r ,ff '41 , we 1 Q ' mf I K vw 'is 1 -Q3 I ' -zu .: ,Eiga , Q ' w g y "' 1 if' f r r lll' .' I " 4.-s "il i ,. - "3-.,:, ,' , ff 41:53 I J 2,-,, ',,:r " ' 1 ' V I 1 'ii'e' ' 6 , ,,,,, - , 3, ,V A ,, lj J 1:X.Q NK' -' 4 1 my A ..V VVA, KW? aff, , 47 . ,., U. ,. ,M R -,W . . , f. 0, J. . , 2 .ff ff' f' if Ay f, , f ff X, 1 1 3 1 . , , 5 f .fa N X f Mfg l If M1 441 , ,Z s b , ,,,, ,.,,E,, V, , Y, L4 4,5114 Neff, A. f, :,4,,pLw 1 ' j:,,. "" ua - :f:,,,. faq.. ,.1,,- mgfL:,1z,','. f f , , . - W -. ,mi VM, , 0' Q jf 4 , ,fa , q 'yly Q , 4134 ' " , ,' , fiiw , H. f ls- fliiag, ' :'::'.:f:1., .A , 'fi' , 1 1, .Hf':12:',g,:- -,,f,'1 gi, ' 1 f :gg ' '. , mf, iz - ' ' Q ' 4-rrp., -if - , fb, v vm' Wi1'?Zi'rf2'1f'f'?" if 17:7 , ' -. l gh! ' , , , -1,5 W ,- ' , 1 mi , -'-"' M LW V , ,-462315 wg J, ' ' - r" e, uv- 1-1' , . .. 1-,ay ff , 'X ,rig . of ', , ,v ,, 4: is ' -if , 4 'g.g:, , f! He' 23-.. . . 5' 77' ff' , 4-. f ' 54, 9 ,Q ff Z , I ,ii 9 If 6 jx 434 ,A fafir.-af df' , , 5: ' 2 ' -, we , , 1-, . .f ,,,,- if ,' , , ,Q ir' ' N I ' 2,'?' 9 Grant, Kenny Gray, Jeremy Greenwalt, Mike Gregory, Jeff Gruenthal, Nina Grunderson, Deke Guranik, Dave Guz, Pam Hageman, Jeff Hahn, Jennifer Hale, George Hall, Keith Haller, Jeff Hallowell, Elise Hansen, Mary Harker, John Harmon, Craig Harris, Debbie Harris, Mike Harrell, Mike Hart, Jon Harvey, Sandy Hawblitzen, Sue Hawker, Greg Hawkins, Susan Hayashi, Elaine Heath, Danny Heisser, Chris Heizer, Kathy Henderson, Denise Hemandez, Lisa V Hibner, Dorothy Hicks, Jim Hildreth, Scott Hill, Andrea Hill, John Hisel, Shelly Hodson, Christy Hoffman, Tara Holder, Roberta Holloway, Jeff Freshmen 107 nf 9, ' ' fav ' f f z'VV Z 5 ,gf ' V 108 Freshmen Holston, Linda Hooker, Tim Hopkins, Tom Hom, Scott Hombeck, Faith Home, Tracy Homer, Kim Hosaki, Patti Howes, Ana Huang, Sally Hughes, Alan Hughes, Stacy Hulbert, John Hull, Royce Hunter, Steve Hurcombe, Paula Hutchins, Chip Hyatt, Andy Iosue, Orlando Intlekofer, Greg Irving, Lisa Isenburg, Scott Jackson, Wayne Jacobson, Kristi Jacobson, Nancy Jacques, Jim Janics, Richard Jeffries, Ken Jenkins, Heide Jensen, Lynn Jeronimus, Kim Jimenez, Rick Johnson, Bob Johnson, Denise Johnson, Karen Jones, Bruce Jones, Kevin Jordon, Cheryl Kahman, Julie Kalberg, Dave Kaschalk, Debbie Kates, Todd Keister, Chris Keith, Monique Keller, Jim Kelly, Chris Kelly, Colleen Kelly, Pat Kibel, Mathew Kimball, Betsy Kinney, Jeri Kinney, Rick Kipley, Diane Kitzes, Rochelle Klifman, Lori Knapp, Bill K napp, .lan Knoll, L isa Knowles, James Koerbling, Kris Kolark, John Komeisel, Jeff Komeisel, Jeff Kryssing, Keri Kuhn, K im Kurges, Bob Kusnierek, Greg Lacey, Steve Lemay, Roy Lamb, Paula La Freniere, Paul Lamar, Laura Lambodin, Tina La More, Joanne Lang, Dan Lang, Steve Larter, Marie Lashin, Linda Laudonio, Anne Lawrence, Brian ,if"'i17Z??f71,fV,f 'WIZTW ph' ,' VV ', ,V ,,,,,, ,,.,,?,,, . 'fr 1 "':'1-'Q' , V X ff W f, , ," V. M Q, V,:-V, A 4 Vw- V ,gz,,V,V', fV W :,: W Hiya .L . ' ' ' ' ' 1' 3:ffv,f:2w2Wf ' ,: Vw',fV.ft4 ,V .VV2 ., ' " ' , 12 ' 4 ff z ? Q , '7ff"'h V .ff ,mf .,V V ,, Z., A Z 1' . V 3 , 4 ,,V We lg 4 ,TILE ' 4 4' ,V ,414 '-1 . 1 ' V V. : :, 41 ' .. ' V'V UV "P 12,'2'j" .V my, , ,41 W V : fc. ' V . L'-Q :.,, ,- ,f ' 1'gfg5,3z5m2WeZs ' 2 -' ,, V 55. ' x 74114 've , , " ,if2,Vf,? I ' 93 mfji 2 ' 'Y' . 15252 Va. Via. 'T f yas- 5 , ,g. 4 JA' Ji , ' Ll Q 1 V .K F 3' 1 -f V V, -1,1 H ' " ii, ' :if V 'V V . V - K Via? , V 1, ' ' 3:1 f 4 A 'K as L2' :" .f qw-'P . , 1,9 , , , , , . , V X 3 v 2 f Eff, ' 7 V if , f f, ,wi ' fd ,ff,.VVVf, V f QQ V 0 1 V, if f V f I , ,. 7i322LQ 1 X! - .Vi ' . V,jiQCf:Vgg ' -V V -if'-an iw-VV2 .Va QV " ' V , ,,A V, -1 'Y , . ,- f' ?234VV5f' Y A , f 1 ' f , , C4 f , as. af f ff 2 ' ' ' iilflfffff a . A IWW , 4 7 ff 3,5 .- Z' 1 if W gwwawv - ., f .V 57VEZ,iQ7'ffJzi'W " 4 V, ,V z4VV'I" gi 4 . - aw 621316 r,' V- 4,75 . QV: ,:- "f at," Zzziiigiftjii?z'f,ilf,j Wyag we fif-', i'f?'Q,'Vf V , Z, Q eve 'V WY Vffi flu, - ' ,ww ,, ,, . gf V V ik W, ,.,, M V ,X f , -Mfg ,,,,, 1 f.. ff ,- V ' Vvfffa 5747 V 'VKQULQ4 ff ' ,f V, , V ,Vvg.,,,.1 1 4. ,V, !VfV.f 4 VJ L, VV ,, fV , ' ' 'L,,,?27Vz. :f:fi1g1 'fl,:f"1 f W 3? 5' V -,,,, , 5,fZV:V:fc ,- " 1 Q ' ZW J ,rf I 1 J ' T A 1, f ,, Riff , vw- ,f , 1: LE? Q5 ff V Q f A ' f W? ,Vx V V+ .afzyig 3 . V . 5565 ae., L .I fw ww' fc ' . K' ' f V ' VV cf 27 1 Y . iz -'AQ aagaeaae M 1 f V 5 S. gi V ".. V . ,. 7 VZ JI-, in fx ,.. V' ew .ffVJe WV ! " r: ,. rf' 7 ,, ,,fV: ,V Q 1 ,V V , eaaewaeae Vf ' fn ez-fc ., V' rf A -1 ,VfV,ggjf, ,VV ,,, ,, 5? , , gg ,,, , . , ? 5351573 , ' i " :,,,V 4,5 V:-V2'.4'. , ' f, ,, ,,Vzg,1,:"V f, . MV, ,:' i ,4 V in V , V? - , 1' ' z,..1,V,V5j4g4:,V:V f ff' '- Q22 ez? ve'WZ2 wr - 4 Ag! V di ' w'fZ , is K fam L w-trrltne Qfygeaey ' "" ' V 13 rg f f , ' Mi.,-M '. ' ' Q F gt. f' 1 , If 'f W ff 'I , 4 1 1 L' , K7 ,f I f , js' ' f f fi Y f 1 R - ifqfjfggj . 'J A ee- TW ,V Qu? ,L 1' -V ,ff nf V' ' 5 ,V I 44, ,nf , ' f Kiwi' :Q vii, X5 f9', 1 1 , 056' ,Z 7 4 , fy .1 1 4 ,,g.a,. V . ?2i?1,:f1'5?f5j Vw' ,, VV tVV 'AAI Q V, ,,,,,, , ,,,,, , " 'li .V , 222' f,,a V ,yivzz WZV, .Vf . 'f , ff? 4 f W f 5 W f , V VV- ,V s :fe . -V V ,. , ,A V aff, f- ,f - V P J, ZQZZ?2eaZ E, f Cy 9,67 W W!! t- 'W f f , 1 ag? Z ef 42 f 5 94 :'f"f I ff: ? f I N, W? V+wVwW?5 few iw QL 4- ' , Q! ,... -1 ' W, ,E ' V- . V e- iff: 2 '-K f-V52 'N , 4. ,Vg , V V V Ve- , K ,V , Ww,V,.,. ,, , , A I , 4X 5 VVV "" 1 . ' e e Q ff , f fi' , fg :Q , -3 5 -f, 5 hi r as 1 , X .l f V ff" tlil V 75 , , ', ,,s,-V Q V " QV 1 , 4' V ' ff 'Km ,Lj.GVr32'r xi 51' , , Q , V, 1 ' - rf...-1.5 ,, , , , ' MIX i" Vi 1:5 ' ' .- r QQ 45 ,, -V V f V . ' gf ,.g 1 ' . HV p, , ., 3 - ,,.,, ,Vx V' ' ,gg - 4' " V rl f V, 4 ' 1 'V , V J Q? V, ,,l,, 1 I V ,V 4 . ' V L a,Vf,eVf f ,, saw , ' . J , ' f ' IQ Q "' ' ,4 I , , 1. W, QZWV , V ,. , riff ' 9' , ff Z7 Q! 1 'X 51, XV if f-JJ ,, V , 4 ', ,1 , ' M X 1, , ,4-.11 .5f?!54f4, f ew, 1 V V of V, , V".4 , ,I :W K' 1- , 1 , V. Wyif ' ?5?"il'i 371' Z - -J ,,r 3 , ,V, it V- H -nw' Vg . - -gf , -Y-, UV z 'wig ,VH ,Q f, '34, TW12, . ff ef.ea fn X 4, 2 1 ,4 ,, , V K -1 uw , 0 ' V. ,V,, 3. ,L 5 if L-iff., 'WW W ,J ,V I ' 'g'?I'f1i mf .,, 1 LV: .115 f EEE? 33,551 ' , 3 4 :, VV ' . -f V 4 f I ' "" "777f?75Zff I af, V - Zh! ,ff,,.,, 4, V f VZ, v, ' 4, :QV 'K ff ,f V. , , ,,, v. if ,,,fv,gVVg . ,, f fgigf 9 . M , i' X V 4, 7 Z! 1 A ' X , . k. V - ,V -Q JVV A-' Y , if rw -' f- , ,- QV., .. . -- 4 ,,,,,,, V. , ,, ,- A W4 J gi X ffl ff A ii ff' ' -. V9 f W- V my 1,-I -" ff" "ff Wifi" A , 45 f 0 H -v f 1 f f f, 2 4 Q I V4 , .1 4 fl I 1' 71 1,7 , ga, mt Y , :m,,,,VV W, , . ua gi- ' V is Q -n fd , ,, 4? , Q, " VQQQ ,Q 27 f 1.1 -. , '44 an V ii ww, V., ,, ff: V54-,.3,4gc,, , , ,.,. V,.,, 'Qin V V. 1? ,-qu f sz 11- ,fe . W 14 9 , f fi ,f , e V 1 f f Y' 1, 1 J I Q 'fy V 5 zH',-45.55 , V: QV?-. 21:12 , , V 1 " 5, y 6 3? 7' 147' Xlgzilz V' Hf?'f4,X7'! , .' e'f1V+ 2, , ,, Vie, 'V i 2 fr. ' f . fi f?f 'f V, V- gif. A '2 4, 'hr- V f K C -rrr K :V we V 4 1' ,fr-1.502 ifvs ww :V 1 - f.-.114 - 1 , ' V' ' J , l , rv V 1 ' , .rl VVVVVV ' ffl? ff , - .ff Qgjf EQQZH? swag? ' V, 3 H, , ,, . ,,,,, .,,, ., , 4 2 V W. mg., ,f ,,V, V J ,:4. ,, iv , gig f ,V",g .'Qf:,VlfV f' 5-w er ., ' ,J as "W """ W' 'ppm 1'-2-'f"'v"' , " .,.,e,,f gsm 10:11, 1, fifhff Vf 1 , ff, aff , 'ffwVff.' V655 - " ff ' mf , ff gy 5 i f nf I ," - . , e Vw ' 4 . -VV V',' V' V ii ,ftfw V' V-1:-V1 , 'Qu . .J ?Z? 4.4?1?5:'- 1 fn f -VV V V . ..,. V, 4 ,, ,, f Z We A X f J' j 6 7 , , 1 2 G, f 1' 'rw 1ff,I3,. ,V V7 as Q., i ,.VVV41' 25:44 A V Q, ,,. .4. .M A , .,, 4 F 'ff fm -'m.1'vZ' " ':V,Q5f, 3 V ,Nd I, 14, .4653 f A- 'ff , V, 1 f W' 423 I yr ' , ww , 8 5' if ' if ,25 5 V 1 Jaeaeear feng' f 7"f f x 'f y f f ff x f 4 5 ,-: . , . ., . V fji'3g,f' ,,,,5g Qffie f V, I Z 1 . ..,, f 4 ii? . , k,,,,,t,,,,f ,f ,W A6 as W? Q 'Q n if an N tif ,aVieQQ in VP' ew A 1,, :L :, -',f5E1f.Vi2, I, if W' , r H ' ff ' ff, J X 6 7' ' mg. ,fr ,',. ,Wir f 0 x i I X 'QQ 1 V ,ji-gf we , Z, ff ' ' e V ' a Q Z ,VV ,.,,.M,M4 ,, , ,V,,,, , "V7pyfV,4QV ,, V -,np ,W Y 4' 5 4 1, La g, ,, ,H . f,.'kVH. , . 55 ,4 V I ,M 1. ,Af . :f,. 14, W 4419, ' :ci VV ." 1 V-Vw V Q 9- V '-'4 4-- 7' ii p 'W or ya .Q .- ,n, , ,, 4 f 1 ff :V , f I ,if V f aff 1545 ffy ff' .V V ,V V X, f ff 1 4 f , , ' , 7 X 1 f 1 W, 1 V 'Q lax! ' 4 gf - f QE Sei , . !,.- Q-V ,Z flgg, 1 M. '- r Z L 1 " 1, I ,, VV V - 7' J QV 73' , V , 41 I W 4 t in V ' ff' ' 1 , , V J w. ' Q" -'fr'--4, fri I , , V: nl ,. ,eg V V .wig -1 fwife' A ' f Je . f V W eff rf f 1 4' iff 1 ' ll W,9 ' , 1 51522 n V'fV"'f3,' ,N , 0, Y V ,Sec if 4,7 WWVZQ , I :jg f f Ax NN MK -'M-.11 Y Q WTI- ii?i,f:f 41151, V 1,797 ' f 4 W, M? ,, VV ,-Vp '73 W fa, J? fn, xgif, Q , A ,,,WA Lg, '03 f 1,12 if f 41 ff V2 r 3 ra , , I 5 .,. 4, .V 4 , 1. , ,,,.,,., Vy, 5,1 ,., ,V f If 11 2 -f 01:3 if ' V Wg, ew.. . , V new ' ZEWV , VavV ' ' ' " " 51:2 W QV f f? 9 if T Vt 122 4 T-5 ' V ' ' , 4 3: fl., v,,,,',,, , , VV . Vp V, V W5 fi ?' E - aff,-V.VV,f - 1:1 , C143 'SW ,'??"f?', , V, . qlx' 7' ' " ' L , i VV! ., , , V,V,f l vm: 1 ' N' "' Vw ,' , 21:1 7 11 4, , r V, ,V V, ,g,f- V VV t, J, ' - ' V 1' , 7 ' V, V we rf V Wg ff, V, . .cf-,aw ' ' W W .V "--A if yfgcf V , ,f V , , f y' , V .XR Ziff .f4"V , ,2 + , V. V - V J Vs Ve fr, . M., we ' - f ', if ' ,, V 5 ,elf ' . 2 2- 4 ,, ?5Z?WWW?ZZ?xeMeeQaa . ,V , V V , V,5:V.,.p1.qVf if 1 ' f . Jffff ' 'A " V waz' f fl ' c, , V' 2 'rf , ,V - , LV f f" 5' sg ' L, .... V '- 2 if- 'fi , Q 2: S f ff, " , ' , f 2 gf ' gb iffy? 'ff 4- 4 if 5 W , , 17 f 6 7,1 1 I 553' , 5 gf K B , ffyx if ZA V cg ,Z 4 if I f sm W I 9 gt 1 lid 65 fx if Y' X 4 1,4 f ,ni , ,, ' -ey Zi ,x .. Today's Thoughts Become Tomorrow's Ideas . ij' . ., jf' 1 ktkx, J 5 . Kai' ..'V', . 'film-Se "-ff2rVw5i V74'- 1 45 -s Yi22?'sggsgS, V. gg .fsf.fgVw. -gifffffjiw ., Mi. 1 , x ' ,gg F A V. 5 1 ,Q . ,D 5 V . v-sc 4i 9 VX r G Q5 X F553 gi x- Nt C. " if -:Wa :,5.- 'QV , 335:95 - " 5: 2- fw.,.'v4'- V "QE ' V- J i? X V 0 r '5 X rg X 3 oi gf , 4 .m,1, 1. V Q I , . . J QQ' X 9 Y lea X i La l if ,. V , t 'WT if i ,A Q -i l lj,.- ing ,MLM .... X kwa ' EA ' V ,, :V9:5,',jg.jg:g:,q::3,eyj'P. E -77' V.. V if 3 , gg, 59 , ,X -f, aaa: V' ., wr - - ,,xf.'. 1 V Q mg. V, 1 1, K i, . ..,..,..,.,..,. . . Lawson, Rick Lebo, Nancy Lee, Veda Leinenback, Luray Leonard, Janice Lieberman, Steve Liess, Tanya Lingelbach, Joe :.H.,,:9 ,,,. X V, x 1 .1 ' -. V lib" -I:e:s-sam,-VI5,V V fy, ,a 52' ' 4 ,X , V 1 f I 1 it ,V V 'I ' V f. ' ' V- ' , YV4fifEfiQESl ?ff:5?i3.,E' YV 4. V ' V 1V V? i V, LV HLQQIQEIIV ,' Q, 1 'V , , Q3 2, 'fl ' ' ikliiiff- xx ' Win " X iid, .'i , ef ,,aV,. .. W, . , . fr ,, VV V- 'N ' A VV K f !V,V:.. . - nw- w +V,,vV aVa.f--1V: V-V-M-,f 1 , i ,, - iw Y., '27 GV- A ' I Vw' .V ' ' 1. '-we V 4:,, Lat ' ,V V ,,-- Q ' , V' z .-.Va Ji- M l. 1 ziffgk -if L .,fg:Q2Z,2V f- J V V 4 , .4 V if V A A 5 f - 4c,.55""'x,5V.V.,Ei V 'i'fV.v -11 .V i MA iixsla.Vm1.f'ai QV "'- .2 , , .,,, ..,, 1 , , fi , A 94' ' is Q2 V 3 5 i 1V l T f-V .. -. E?SSg?f2:-339' 1, .h' A S f f'5'f "'f'E:f fl x 4 J-5:14, ,,4-Vazfix.,-z V 1' W 5 . ' . 1543 i ,V 'fr ,if ., I i i! .- ,A .4 , j--V-A5.'1,:,.-.,Vs.V1z.5..':21,,i..gg1fIC-Vex. '::1:a:j1f313'V-5:VV, ff ,ag , - J - mae: ,. ' 44:1 , l v 3:1551,IE'?' ' V in h V .-.t ,yyipi V , S. V i :f VVV LQ z : az ig wa a, w, vexafnf' V -4' 'V . . X H , x ' Q V 4 l f fu '31 1 If 2? , V 'Wg' i I 1 1 wi K tx 'P f I f 4 :P ,Z 1 " f we , g V V f Vf- x , 5- . ee' 'f V , ,,, K, -V, '., sr , Z, ' , , , f ,.,. , - ' ' S 1 as " . id, gi ,V V , , , if ' 11 1. jg fy' 11.1.7231 1 ' 1 M ,AV V Q. J ,V VJ' ' V V su? w VFX . , . , .,,f,,:i V, ,,,. aa., 'V ' 9" ':VV:4,Z:l! 1 ' V . +'j21f2V:V:Vwe41215:3f:z:Vs:zz:s:z:1.5,2 .4 i .. ,.4:V1VfVVV1V:.,-4 5 1 5' V S Q f i 5 iw if fi 1 , A r ,qv- sjffqfgi A 'E53 Vi , ji f , 4 Q ' fVV A,,j:JV, 1 - - ,:zE1MEf:'t2':zr 6- V 0' . V' '4""'f 'mir "We stand to give allegience, to the school we love the bestfl -2r'srH:vv3"""V.,tV,.f:2f:if:'?4: , ,WV V- - :sr-:zi ' r VfVz,: AV 'V.VrfV'LV:1'I'fVl:V . .' V:E43,::.afi 1 ' AV: 1 af 35. L ' :1 f "fv,w-"'-V ,f.594zf, VL V2 'f. lit: '7 -1-5 5 , 1 6 .,...V gi fi ' SQ, i ' 3 4 r ' i vw ?V:.gg,g1g5:'- A V 'J'-'u'1:7:5:5.1::aea f.afVf.zi.VV -: Q: 11:15 'V -:wrvv Ffgiiiiffff "' f ff ff Vi 'V.e" V V i,Vs5fg53:s5gs: :L ifzef , VV 44:V:4:n:g:fVVfi if. Vifzfii - 1 K- at Q.-V.. If ,V 3 - ' 'iff ' lf?i?5:ffE as-:V -W1-V4VAmff:V:'V-4 V2-VV-1 .21V..,VV xRf.Z:3L5i5.5.sb 5163551 1 -4, 'Vi J, .-., ,, ,"2::2-25:34:25 r-f f' V, Vfxvz' M, :V V- ali' "', Q -,gg ,a. 'jc ,VI VN, .X -og. -5 ' fad ,,,,, ,V F: 11' , 'V .V V. . ., .ga ,V , , ,, -K '-:1:- : 'a Vgsgf 5 ,EfE5:'i ,V , , 'V 'ii"1fQ ,N I gf Q... fe' ax ' V 'YQ uf." 1 iE"jrfjf1Vff' ' , 'ffz ff 1'if2-if 1 ' "V'iV1f5V5.:1iV22Vs-ifizia -1 Wi- i5jg5ii.113,i,.,V,gfi , V V+- V .f 4:-::'V:,f' 'T ' 1 , mzffi 4' N L55 ' t ' V " 2 V' if R .. ff ,VV,?3V,: grz..-gm' - ' 7, :g'vf V,?,3 if 5 I' ,, li V , K, -A 3 -'g,,V , .V it veg' ,W 1 ,aw 23:33 QQ L QW l iiii V 1 V :ai 'Y S tea '32 ' L 'QF' V. Yfiifi siearffr ., G , A , Fiyzpif' z V' , ' Vp' VVVV WMC ' V -- frliwi-ffV 2'- 1' 1 V lPrfssg:iil i:?f'1fV22 , V -rg t I V ,' Ee f 1 Q., C F 12 x it tif' F f .,,.,. A V V VV 5 . 4 W 4 is.. If Z rv 5 X' f it 44 x 1 fi V: - w':V 5 ' " L3 ' f -. .... Tjli-nf j ' li Ei? Sffff - iii Qi. ,V l 5 YV 3153 ' V-ef 291' I 37 ' R Q' 1 S' ,x. . , V. X, K . N'L'?f1:55,:5?g ,. V' 7,722.2 i2z.5:i'.ur V... "' V.:-I ffxi aie .Vr1Vli:fi1:-2,93 ,Sig ff. -'Hz ?'f':f5Ef""f??IfIl: "lr, .: ,,,. r .-QV 1 g 5. . v 2 V ffQf:gV' 'f' " ' " 'f1,,:g7, 5-,rigzfifiiiizila . V1:a1:f:Ej , .. . ,V -1414443 V 4' ,V V 'i.'Vi1fJg2f 1 , .45 ,.,, JWMV 'i'7f , W- 5 4 -fc 'B 4 , M fl ,AS ii' f , J ', ,, . 5. V ' ,V ' fi -. . ' fa .5 e. Jfl Littlefield, Susan Little, Todd Litzsinger, Kirk Lockert, Kathy Locklea, Heather Lockwwod, Mark Lombard, Kim London, Jim Lorentzen, Holly Losey, Jim Love, Jerry Lozano, Helen Luccero, Marc Luberto, Julie Lubin, Lisa Luke, Tom Lundin, Raymond Luther, Debbie McMillen, Kim Magdrel, Dave Magnuson, Garth Maldonado, Vilma Malone, Terri Mann, Kevin Manning, Ron Marburger, Pam Maropoulas, Richard Martin, Carmen Martinelli, Teresa Martinovich, Arora Marullo, Bamey Mathewson, Sandi Mauk, Eileen May, Barbara May, Rita McAvoy, Sally McClure, Lori McCormick, Darric McCracken, Cindy McElvain, Ricky Freshmen 109 110 Freshmen Mcglothlin, Dana McGreevy, Tom McGuire, Pat Mc Gutrin, Shaumaa McKinney, Mark McKinnon, Jim McMahon, Barbra McManus, Liz McNabb, Meg McNay, Kelly Mesenhring, John Mikouits, Stephan Miller, Bob Miller, Connie Miller, Laura Mitchell, Julie Mitchell, Sue Mont, Karen Montoya, Ron Monteith, Mike Montenegro, Sue Morrison, Kathy Moore, David Moreno, Esther Morr, Shannon Morse, Sharon Morton, Derek Moser, Susan Mosley. Brian Mossman, Teresa Moyer, Ole Mulcahy. Matt Rain Days and Mondays Always Get Me Down Freshmen seem to have the Monday morning blahs, before the rally starts and a chance for themiall to do the Freshmen yell. .f,-. , ,,,,,, ,. H, ,. .M H f " Q ,rf M "" fVV ma, V W' M2371 Wfefgsfr - , 495 x , X , f f ,-1 L, V . .- , V . 1 - he q,Vg ,V ,' ,r paw .4 ,, , 4 fyfq, . nn : ,"' 'Q ,gf , ,.,, AV ,,Vf 2 Vf ,V 5 ,, 1 Q , 1 ia., , 6. I: -. H ,L V , ,,,V 1 T, .L in xi 5 ,V ,V C ., erel K - ' M M M Me , 42 11,.,,,, ' "Hia W, V ,f ' V Y' or ., Q A i , gag , M yoiy AM 1 r ' i 4, "", ll " ET V M 'K '14 'lll iriel fr , K . 6 V flir, .. .4 .,,7 W ,fran I ,Try 5579.4 .Ark W, W WY, H , F. .ivy ..,f5?W4y79 gk H Zggdfm V, ffl ' M' fy? iff' 'vm fizjfiiii I ' fn , , i , , ' ' , ,V , 'l V ' M QW gn . V A2f1,gV5 , V , J My V ., ,,,,W,,D Q! F 1 W V ny! H V V My-TW1V, Vr .. i is ,fr , ' ' :Q he "" 1 'I ' ' . , f 7, ' f , 42:1-PMfQ y r , V' M V , M ' ' .1 'Q .V V rfffl ' ' M V :if Y M A-V ' V- 4 Vu , MV? 'V ,Q A il, f, V 'M - i - 1 'Y' , fr 4 ,, ji Vik ' ' M r ' , , ,. , V , " 2 ' , A , ,414 ,Q i 'M 'VKVK M M o f f fi VVVV M f -Vi VV KV V . ff . M K ,wa ' V :gn 4 , f . . '11 "' 'aw ' F' 'vs n - f' K , , A' V Q Q: r.. ' I M ,V,' M, V I I V 4. 3 , 1 -L, ' , f :XV-gr' 'fee A M QV, ' :M .113 WV, - Mr 1 .gi , ,Q V1 . .- A 2' , ig AF .A 'V 1 V Y -5 , , SI: 3 ' ' ,,, E ' ,G f 215' A ' 'hx fi V,M ' frm' ,, l' 'T Q , V44'fb.f" l MV Z , 195 V' f 'YR 4 Ai M ilk inf 302 W7' " 2:-, ' ff me Q ' M asf? , Zbhff' ' fi .YQ ' f M """ "'l'!V1f K ' f 'Lge M7555 " ' fer ' " f . 1 , M' xy: V' I A za' X by I 3 2 V V , fr M A ' K f 1 ,,,,. 1 V 5 "'f .- -f My----W iff zz, ,, -.,, . ., . H , , - , vrrll . - i . , - V ' .7 ,Qu -vii - x. Q , :s f . mia! I X K IHA- Q.. ,. l 'Q . " ., We 'N 'Y ' in . lf? ' 5 ii i ' 5' ' fi 7:4 - , , f, 1, ,, 2 A ,, X ,T Af r 1 V, 4 f 4 h , Q ,J 1 S X 3 X 'Li Q X bill' Q. , as W xr., . i xx, ff . if 1 1: - CQ 1 .455595 Q6 "." N Ki 'P I X 6 P A - P' y . Q" A , i f J. , ,T 'E eflis it i 1 t as , 31 'P 4 . f ,H f , . -i T' z ,,',, qi, 1 Q ,x I E 1- rs 3- ,N ,,, ,I F W .-.yK gg it an r g , ' , sr 5 ' 5 fa. is 5' 13- ' , ,V gf . 5321.7 hw ' mg-5 -' 1 ,-- . gf 'fm ft. -s,- Y , ,z .' , ,V Q A V ,-, -A . -M ,X 5 1, ,M T N , 3 L, is J at i .2 , i L i 5 ' ig, if 1- 'A ,- ,hi 6 i ,ut ni ,' - l E iq l 5 E we-rf" ex P i r r 1 b 5 Y i Q -NF' iw 7 to T +0 soiw., UV! ke they're going to split in two", says Michelle Gioia. She foun ge ff 5, f it r in ' , . 52. 1' -5 f ,453 I idx . if ii- 'J 5 ' X " . V. 'b g l,j5 f.5 ' -'ff 1 - Vi f A,'- ' T " , , ' -AA ' " . , , .1 "'f ,, N -N 'lffg 'gggwfl . iff? '7 "1 1' ki ' . 'P g f: D eff av ' 53, :,. , , ' "Qi ,, y 'J , ifwy ' Q, f tg ,w 'iE.12i is F ' -:gi E? i ' 1 ' ""-L 3 I ,,,,, , ,r., , - ag, i A , T' T T 4, U V ,,-V if n I , .V 4 ii 1 5fQf,'3,3. , , . 2 , ,Mi-'hi,f,,:g,g f, t .. . ., ,Z is is A f 5, X .P V, 5 - 3 T V 5 i if ' I Jr. N 'fi 'f'.1-'F"ff1" ' 2 , ri x i W ., , gif "" ff" 'f'fs"TTT 'aff 'hA, f rw." H I, A 1 , J K I A X "1 " fp, -f if ,Q L H it A 4 .,,,,, :fs ir, ' gb, J - X f ' 1' 1 gg. - ' -02 ,', 2 -' 41" . V f ' ' ' .. . ' - wail, iv.,-3, , 1 , - V V11 ,V V 4 Y '. , A y - vi . ' - 51' sf? i Muefolento, Terry Murray, Peggy Muscarella. Tom Myers, Michelle Navarro, Rusty Nearhoff, Julie Nelson. Christine Nerninski, Melora Newcomb. Teri Newman, Theresa Nielsen, Julie Nilsen, Mike Noble. Matt Nogavich, Tom Nourse, Debbi Ockander, Loretta O'Connell, Nikki Oeffinger, Sylvia Ogden, Todd O'Gorman, Colleen O'Laughlin, Lili O'Laughlin, Mary Opell, David Otis, Stephanie Owens, Bill Pacyna, Mark Parkerson, Mark Parry, Claudia Paschen, Laura Patterson, Sherri Patton, Laura Payne, Tom Pearsall, Jim Pell, Mark Pellegrino, Joe Pence, Mike Pengelley, Joe Perez, Carmen Perry, Debbie Pesout, Christie Peters, Julie Peterson, Dan Peterson, John Petit, Cherry Pierce. Noreen Pierce, Paul Pierce, Tim Pina, Debbie Freshmen ll 1 f Plisky, Mike Poiter, Carol Poncedeleon, Becky Porter, Bob Pospisil, Cheryl Post, Dawn Postle, Chris Pratt, Lisa Provenzano, Bob Pruitt, Melody Pugh, Torn Quilter, Tim Ragland, Helen Raham, Laurie Raham, Lisa Randall, Diane Rao, Nick Reed, Joan Reep, Kathie Randahl, Robin Renfrew, Caprice Renna, Mike Rhodes, Scott Richman, Chris Riedel, Rojer Riggs, Chris Rigies, Sue Rista, Sally Ritchie, Craig Ritchie, Mike Robb, Gail Riobbine, Andrea yflzffig f"ffg f' 'JQQQEP- f f ,V f 7 ' 1'V?"2i 4 'AV of W -114.0 KJ 4.1 f V X gi' ff 5 ,, ff Q K fe!-if Wi' V we-ff 1.5, ff" V I V ..,,. L ff . Vw. X.- ,V 3 ,v,, i., . V ' , ff fa -P X ig 4 :ff " 46 3 'K V5 ,, ae , 1, A , 1 , A, . x,,,! 6. -3 V 5 3 f I I I 2 . ff W ig rw jf f b , V. 'R --W l "fs v , , l i l N4 -' 'VE ' ', gf, We 'fQ:EfF!9" gb?:,.Q35?'i'fgftVr" ' ' V.V.,.g23f57V:f -' '3 '3 r oa m A gig, z3giVV'rVf'j': g-3 ., . VV Vf w tf-JL V 1 . i"7 VV V 'fa 4 V Wi! L ' ' ' ' :V 5' . f 2- ' . fe-1, l , , V r 'T if 5 : if i ,Vg '12 e f ' K F 11 1 V 4 ' ' V V V' 14-1 , V -V - - ff- 'V ' '--'.VVEVr-as V ' We l .1 '. V. g in f ' VW,2,,,.V,. , .. 41 ? ..,. , ., V. 1 A . . V ,er l 1 "" T "" - -rff' SHVVJV 'Q , VV V 1 2" - V V. -VZ, -3 -'ze-5, V, V1 .V.V'-:Vxwr V . - - VVVV:V:,! V V: VVi V . - ,V . 'f rs:-zV gms V if '15 ., I --, Ve Vey:--pp .V V V.-V ..v,. V V ...Vp V V V ., A pf-VVVW4. V:ef,4.V,. , og. V H. 4- ..--ez . - . fi, ,.,, , -qs. f,,V V V - .,,.V. V at V Va' T' ' V .-, V. V. 5 me 1 V --R 57552:-il is MQV ? V ' , .. ' . V Z V. . -V V V ' .V V. ,. V 4 . 3 V V .nV : '.ii if.. "' ' ' ' ' if 'Q 2gfej2VV- 1 V ' ' W' N -.- f 'fa ff pi .V VV V H Q flfi V V 1129EEVff ' -Vf W V 5 ' VV ' " il ' . W-X 'l 1- .ggffk ,A f.'f:z."V:. 1VVfV Z1 fre: 3 -4- V ,lk , . P an env". 3 QV ' ' ' 3 V "' . V . L V " ' ' . ' V V 'Z-if V4VV ' f. 5, ' , .,V fgf Vj::Z,',4VfV:!', , - iff ,M ,if '51 V, ', ' ".V 4 '--2 ,W :..5QfgI15-:VI 'f . V,45':i -4 VV ' he 5 'E , , ' ,. ,.,-,Hr-V. V lr- E ' , K 'Q , VV .VV ' f sjrf-HV 1 --fag - V V - 11-V - V V , g V. V 5 .iffy ' " VV- V "'E"'f'f?:-1- 4 , .Vi V V V 2: ' 'V . , V ' -5V1:55.::V:V,.V f '. " l ' IF, V. . , it 1 ,. . 7. 1 A .. J' ?-' .si -- ,gf 33-W ' l :V . V . -V ef A V225 ' V' .V can 1 , :Lg . ., , 'Sl .,,, 1 . V- VV ,I-:,ga94,w 2 .i?mM:p, 7' -Q :V:111,' eg "'-' .. V- I , ff .P - V f 1 VV -V .- Vw as f fl' my .K , QWVVVVQV-V V 4 ,,V. , V V sch i-1VV V- ff fm- .V-.VV.:V,. .:.V:.. .am V :VV VV Vs , :off f V gay 1 VV ,eff qlqfgf f -gs: sms it. - 3V.t.. ,, EW' :- ,VV V, 59, .3ggV,-Lif.2:':- .i:'-V-,gp-3 ' V V MV , 5V ,.. V 14.1. ,,,,V. , .i -V ...Vg nm... ,V . . - f V ' w wf fav' .2-11.-is V-215. , ,2a'1'f'f'-V-41:-3:2 ' EV ' V V ' nf. 'V ' , 'x"V.c. . '- '25' 'V ,v ' W' '- Vi 'J G:-in V9 ' V . . 'VL .L 'V 1 'V x X , :ff .: 4 L, 'V' VVV1L1N'1L,V11EQ W 17' V, l 'V. --' V " 53' 4V:f:fVVp f,1r 'WV 1'Q: '-1 V' ,VV-VV 'Vu , in V. V425 V Q, -V ii? V V ,V . 'V .',lf . V Lf, . '21 ?1V ,V ... ' R' F 'Tr ' 'V+ , if Vfxfz P.u . axfiu: " 1 "'VVVV.V, VV ...J ii V g fi IM ,, 1 A v V V V . V V ' V ...VV .. --:VV f+r:fV1fg? " - WQVVV , Vi -' V- , VV V:-1 ff. .Vi --' . V .. 'V 'fr '- Vofqiyf VV. -f VV , zWe.VfV..VV V- ' ,ggif . -'VVu:,VVg.,f1 4..Q9e::V' , V. VV, Vwwffg- 3 " H' ' ' 'V V "" V . , Nm"'m""h'-- . V we , 4-V.. . , , .. ,, 5 ' 'fyfV,VVVff.,.-: f 4 -V VL V . V w V V V . . V , Vey- Vzgfg -,,,V: : .,: , VV,.V5 Vf ,1 ' W.VVf,VVr '.-f VV g: V :wif AV V" Q V V VV V... 1, x ,V ' Q? - 'f V - ,w i .i ff " " ' 1 . ,.,,i-Vi ' M V V . , I I 112 Freshmen Freshmen signing up for classes at registration. Itls a confusing Freshmen Princess, Lisa Hernandez, day for all but it seems to work out in the end. Parade- Roberts, Lise Robi, Paul Rodriguez, Ann Roite, Janet Rioiter, Denise Roller, Tim Rosenbaum, Mike Ross, Eddie Rowe, Leslie Rudesill, Brett Ruge, Scott Sabetta, John Samu, Eddie Sander, Jan Schellhows, Shirley Schroeder, Sally Schuck, Luella Schwarz, Debbie Scrien, Dave Scott, Cathy Sdbesky, Karen Seckler, Linda Sedelmeier, Dan Seeley, Mary V. Vw? V VV Hz' 3 X , 1 IW ? , , I ! 'I 1 f. f1:o:ze-11' -V V " no i 5' "X -f-zeazaff ' ,q4.Vf4eVe-:Q-: , ' fm'-355.5 M, V. v M xg - I 1 ,V '4 f ff V f f 1 r 5 t 1 5 'X !g f e., ,V V V. ,V V ..,.V1- I 2 hx .VV fb- Jizz, 56 VVV,, 3 V i 6 V ,Z .Va i 4 "ra 5 ., ,V VV a,:.::53? 4 ff: isles' '- .V V V, --MV. VV 'V s, -V V... . MV ...gg ,cya V V ,VVV.4,V V 242- V?VV"lv""-' J' f-Tff-V-V Wiki' ' -, -' f .' ff "" " T h 1.145-V-5' VV 1, lg ri - VV -- V' ' we . V - VV - -. A VV in 'V V , f -V .V V ef-5V,:.i V- " VVz2'1.15-wp' riff VV V' -ti: VV V. .. V- , -. VI' -'Pai ' V iv-V: -VV VVVV V VV., or VV .. 6426- 11 ,W -V , ,Ve J W? ggi, -"CN-"'w -1.3m V -. ' -""2':'i4"- V ,italy A' Af 'V ' iff " ' '7V , -V . . 4 'V ' 4' fi 10 V5.fVt?3:?4 I '.,?afii'VZ2 'V . 'ff-1 -- Va V ,R -V Vw' ., ,,, V JT., at .V.:,, .L V ,. ,yet Ea , g X V , I- lv, V, 1 A ,214 ,V V, K ' ' ' -lat" ' "' V. V ' . ' 1'V" ii"l: Q VV ' V' - ,V V VV- V 'wg-V.1a:f1.VVVVf 3'-" ff , VV-ff, 45 . wa.. V . .V.V. .A H. V..Vi V ., .Va ., V ...Vai ns. V, , , ..VVs-Vzfwiq V. V,... 2 , V,:,.Ve, ,yogi ' -...M-4-:-sew:-,V VME? , . V-.QVVV4 :aww .Ss qv. V VV 'V,'VVg--Vg:VsV::.V s:,:...gV V V, ,V ,Va 1 -' -1f" 4'r - 24.51 is . . V -- .1 "- -VV V, 4- f , . ' 'I --s 5" Vf 'VV' V V -"' 55? ' ' " V' " :weed - - 198,135 V,.-1g:V.r7-VV,,,sV . e gy , 4, ., , V ,, -.5V..4.fe, mf-' , , V V yr' ,any . g we ' ,f-V-V V - .V Vg: 'V v. : , -few kr... ilu' ' V-:2j2'V:r iz: PV 5, - 1 iz VV, -iq. Q. , me-1-1fV:V.::f' .- +V .WV VV A-1-,V , ,V ' 11101, V V fu WVLV: V 9 V .QV ' Tfeg- ' ' -VVQFWVI 'Q -:V , Vf ff- ,J , -V1 ' l.V,'f1:'z:+f1 fav "'5'.,,gu Q' ' -V 44, F A 4 Al f: ' 'AVV.-., A l v 'V 7?-5V.'5f,g.,f - ' ZVV5 5' 'V V, ' - -V' - -.1 VvV .. .. ,V .Vw V I-f' V 11:2 ' 41 E33:1V,Vn ,:VH ,V , , 5.5 QQ, at W, gm ' ,Vw ' -- ""' fir'-29" ' Va. .V 2 . V - ., ,V , . Ve, V V Qi . f ' ' lik il 1 ' fm . VV V. . , ' -V.: 45 'riff -.,, V ' V: - I qu, ,3.,.. , ,: my . j. ,, karl .Q g ,V . gVVQ .V,, . - , -,:,..,,i V su V' V V " ,. jf.. V-gr ,S Vz,:9 V A YHSV, ' ' dr, .211 'IL:W1 '- - '- ff .. ' 1' if ifii ' 3 bf' 'fl-s. 'I . V- V , - --it UWT: a 'tiff f'.V ' viiV - 'V 'R ' 'L B is all "smiles" about Homecoming VVQQJQM- .V ,ei-QW-f-'-' efbmf--.f.Vf. V2 ' , V 'V'-' 435iZ243M3: - - VV, -'19, f'gf:..Vf,4afV W- -Q-2 mi QV 1 , VJ, ,Q ,, 3 VNV - .V V'ZVkV'? G - 'V ' ,J -'1b'?": I V., , '- - ,rjffefz ,Nj--gre, V , AV , . 4 X" ,VV',j- V: fi K Each Day Brings New Adventures and New Friends Freshmen take the load off their feet and relaic. After a hard day of back- braking work, now it's time to go to second neriod. .Q " " 4 'm m , , S " ' V- r ,r ":4"?fi1' :I ,Q if if f " 2 2, ll is-' 1 V, , ,f ',,, A , V- mafif ef ' .. A ,. ,qv . , it .f," gf:V'g. :fi ,a S' ,f 'V gif: Tw Q if mf Y yew..--f ' 'f' ,, ' X 1 I wa "5 , V WE? ' -'X' 'YFTTST I ,' 4'?757 4, , i , :gift 1:32, , ff mf, 5 r1fa:fVf .fw-'t'2f"w z if Kfjsgl W, Q , if , fa? J t ...aan-44" w- 1 K ...?""""' I ac va Don't you just hate windy days? f'-A ,pifi .. 1 ogjgaggfgzf V '- 11:3-,i11'gf?:1,, :f,3:,'-:-y- , "Vg-3,315V',:1.gg,: s::'1.g.-41:5 - . , ,,,.-fa, Qzfifayigzjzgggzrzggpw' 'i-' :-qgfiguggfgggig pj2yY:5.1p,:f V 'V v rg5:,:,:1:g:-'frrj--11-5:5 ,-pun, A , , ., u5y,,f:21::" v, 5-gfyia "Z:1'rE---wiv 5252251 x' 311g,31,,3-ga xrf:Eir2Er:ri315gQf':' 12g,,E1g:5ft:5gg3 gfggzgglgii' F42 1 "w5Eg2333k11:33g1gg Q, fmrf,-'-' V 3:2--me-12111 :t,1'fe:1V' ' .' 2:21-If ,L ir1V,f'VfL:5 if'iW' "" ' " temn' Q: Wzicrliririg "2 'X Lf.. ' 'W , ' A X t . S ., '17 ' .fEi1i1-.-:gE'llI1 1' , 05393 lziffifigl' ,. 2"Vj1 1 fi-L -ff ' 1?:?pj.51:' ' , i pjsf? gi . :'1s133.lririv7Vig - I 'V 'f :iw ,337-' Q1-5313. j., ,:' V' . " " 'V -rfV::.1.,V ,fr-rg 1f,Vs::--- V- 113- ,-'Q 1-1:--1, ,. ,. V' f r QV 1, . tfizga ,gf ' 1g" "' ' i?,,Q'g'i4ENxQ1 ' ,Q sgigagsg ,f., nfl' ' V. ' F ' TV, if fa12i'ii'f,, 'fx E' . . .. el-nn 4. V 1 ,r i f 1322 : ,t ,i 4, rt Q I f , -V , , ,.,, 5 f A 5' x fb, f 6 . 4 4, if f ' .V 1 ziiipiiff - .Jig v 3 W:f:- ' f ps ' .1 fiiii il if f 3' qv , ,AQ , E, , .. ., , QA K , 57 V551 l,,, 59 2:22--1 ' l as " " t V 5:4551 . . w 1' - 2.Vs5",iU"'V2,ifi31i:z1 ,g f , f :fi n f ""' Q 'f,1' ,e " ., rr,.1.rr,, , V 2-ff? . I 1 " M A V gem- ,ff 1 :,,,?g3f:5Eo11 ' W W ' , 1 in 'W' f ' ,- f - a ififfa 1, 1 rf V. 51, fe x .V .V '15-: 5. it goff, ' 134124. ' , V' .1 1 ,J V , , -. . Vaal, or-V: I, . gd ,1-4yuwg.1m F -rw, V A -if , y , "-4 ,, - ' , K V 1 1, ,, I l ,f ' ,i : Sl 5 15, X ' , .g V1f.1Va ,zzz-V - Xz:f:f:fr:!1 ,V , ,LQ.1'II? 0 f'V134:el:-'- ,gg , ' 1'mf:1g'zez,,,g 2,294 , rw- rz:,+f:i,gz:,ftV:'i,g ' " iiifii' 2. ' 4' 3 j -fi? , ' 'ff ss 'kfiiiliiiiiiilf . ' gi ' fr f .- M "4 1-'Vf+isaf xiii , l1'f'.,.'54?: ' "1 ' V.'i7l'f! gr, "ty-2 , gr Zjg12555ge-- i.. , jq., b "1g,"' ,,5,E'EgQ:g,5: aff:',geV:,. ' .- ., : Pegg' v igif-gegig,-''ig--:.1gz,,5sgi . i, Kg, ,Mk . :',k.4A:: yi E, , ,325 ' '55 'Q -1 i . 3525" if-"", v-,Q "'. ' - 4 'Z-iVEf'.'L4 sri" ' 1 , ' -,QV-33E,E2E3155E5l33E52, 's i 4 Wiifsiiif V' '11 , i"1fff"""iiEli1-ii -VV' 'ww eV:Vef 1 -'g,g1g1s:f::a V 'V V- ' . s 1" M: 1--f'f1-1 xg? A -f V. V fs' ,. rfzis-1324 31' ' - 'si' ai - ai' sais, fir? J ae, - jg A :V-' -' ug-:,. .5:,. ' 1. ez. -If., 5 'arififficl ,bf .7 "A ' 5-is 'ff,,,,f V4 4 Vzg ,. i th , H i-ff 'V I f"'.,'1i' 1 1 . .5 41 fi -f ,wif if X . , VFW K ' f vt" ?':-2 " K' , I 'l' 5951 V ' YF 2132! V K' ,1aV.V5,V', - --2, .a 'Qi V .. .V ' 1 ' - ,' 'iifiifzzi .5E2i71't5," '- 3 .'f'f,'flia'i ff + f '- ' ' TE' -'ff 7 'Q' 1'ifElfE5'r? " " inf N 'V i 1 , V ' 7 A , V K ,1 '- ,J Y, 'flk'-"elf Wifi? V " ' A - 3 M ifeifimfi Mglfif' V Q V ,gg Arai- iVgg,,AjAg ' ' Vi? Vi? , P62522 Q, ' ,V z ri- ,iw W -1 we- ' 1 Q. ' ,12:V:115+f?fa sffaf-EE' 71 M- '11'-5eV2,ft p A V, , ,, ,, ,,,,, . ., , . ff: 1: V 'K 1' A " - -V+ iff, 3 - , gy, -,ia "" f. , 'P-4' ' ' ' ' - ij, f' .wan-Q V, -i2iE"Q'i? ,., Y k., ' " S, .V " .V M.. 16'- Q, , ' ' on ,,,-fm 1 1. ff ,Wg W,.,,. . , ,, , 3, a H , ,,3,,, ,L , ,144-.zecgz-,V,-QV.-. fV:,V:,V,V:!1f E- .iii ' ' ' var. ., ?g52zZi?E22fi ,,.,,15,:. , I . ,....,,, 4 ' 7 7, 01 .s ' ' K E21 . ,. ,iw ,TN ,A H , ,,, 1 1 2 QQ X E 23. i , 4 H 5 th I QV ,H i tw: V Ns x , Q 4 V, l 7., X 1 , . ...k. ,?,,.,,, 5 4 e S3 -::1VQQ5,,1, -. ,- N ,ff 9 K N , ,QBFI 'Q1: , V .2 1 , ,s.,. Q e- 15- Sehaer, Mary Semer, Susan Shaumleffel, Nancy Sherman, Andrea Sherman, Deeanna Showalter, Dianne Shows, Dwayne Siegel, Danny Siegele, Sharon Simmins, Danise Simmons, Eric Sims, Merl Sincerbeaux, John Singer, Don Sinner, Dave Sinutko, Tony Sisco, Robert Sitlon, Kim Sloan, James Smart, Linda Smith, Benny Smith, Deanne Smith, Doak Smith, Glen Smith, Tara Smitheis, Mike Spafford, Valerie Spencer, Mike Springer, James Stanford, Becky Starkey, Kim Steele, Tom Steinhilber, John Stewart, Dave Stoer, Kermit Stoercic, Kevin Stone, Kathy Sbotko, Steve Stough, Laura Stout, Rick i l Freshmen 113 114 Freshmen Strausberg, Sue Stuart, Steve Stubbings, Kari Stubbs, Robert Stukan, Greg Stum, Richard Sullivan, Mike Sutter, Chris Sutton, Kristine Swauger, Tammy Swartz, Cindy Swiertz, Steve Simons, Juli Tadell, Gary Tally, Eric Tani, Ronald Taylor, Dane Taylor, Nancy Taylor, Tina Terrier, Phil Thomas, Barbara Thompson, Shari Tilton, April Timmons, Scott Tolete, Frank Toot, Keith Toot, Ken Trisco, Tracy Tmka, Wayne Truman, Robin Trusel, Charles Tseng, Theresa Tuckrantel, Mike Tunney, Penny Turturro, John Uhe, Eric Ujihara, Alice Urquidi, John Ursini, Tina Vaccarelloa, Chris X V' me 1 fs ,s eg 4 , 1 , .. ,,, t - fl llfiixv. I fl? -www ' Q 4 , V Q 15 12.5.9 V . ,X ee - 2 x fe lv , r , - X ' 5: ,ex ' N H' l ft Q f .55QYiEfi':' , ...,. I X v 1 K L il .515 'WY 'W , ,Q .X Y ga, X 3 1 r 1 , M ., R - 1 . , EQ .f' f R fc. s "W P .N ,, u 5 4 , S ' 4 , 1 . A ' X 1'-mars. f ' sm . Mizz.. . t. V , -.4 . l - f .. ug V-V fl X it! 2 fs .1 V mf A ' ' 3+ J Q Y 6' A 0 -355. k.. 'rf' r va ' 7 ix V 1,1 ' x ,X .Q ,HX 'ml' ' l' na? ,,, .,. 4 . E-.-V, 1 ff -rar 2 """"'-1'f 1 , K A, Q I ' Lf: gig: K X... Q - MQ . Kg. J 51,-,g 4 "f72fG,ff1 i-' ff' .VLQGI 14' 1- ,,' C ,gf ""7'f75" "' ' fn V",5I3l'5V1iY' Livsgvi Vrtdfi-Q f-we f, - 4 f, 1 .V . .- 1.1 ,- g. We w e I .QS . 2V:z9:V:y V.,.V-' gfiffagg , ...A -V ' U ' . . .f,..,.,. , .1 a -,, , .43 f .. . . . , , 'ff -f' , .egrg ,V-'. ,- jfibas, ' ' -23151: E' 5"i Q.-A' 4.-. Q. if-: '-laws if A' qi' as 'i w 'r- 21,0 Vitazliii fan , ., X .,., ., . . ' , f., .... r-, Al. ..,g.,' g. , , . s. 4 ' , ' 3" W' 'L ',' Zi " '55 ' -it" ' " -ll . f 73"'iEEtis .. 7 - 'Qi im b .fi nfl:-.a JA. , af ar il .1.'-2432.1-gs 11-W ZA? -i'V- -. ' i"'r f -' 1 " ' -S. .1l'9',v:3 " 'V 'gif' 'Yfil e ff-f . V i -H15 5Q1:?3'f,i5Sf2E5'l'4 ' Q '- ""E5 . ., f V . waijirig- ,. ' ,.- ifrfzr-+ - 'slain ' . '-1-1 11:5 J ' nz- fuse:-'arse ' . . . , -. g if " 'l 5' 3 V .. " 'V ,L -V 15 f , ,4 -, 14, 3 7' -A VV :E1:22.,.:2Eig2..'r 2.4 'Eri.V.2:i-1Eg::..p5E1:5I:ri1 w e - if -' ' H 42' W , , ' V' 4 e . V' I We . , , 755- . U 2 ?X:y.,,,i.,5Q ef ' -wg ,jE,:'.f, :..,, of X . 'llcj Q i? .V fn: Q ' f2:E2?i:2Vi.:-1 -"W", if H T - ' ' 'f ' ff f 2 . . .A L 4. . 4 "ff aiii':'..:1:1:esVa:.s.:., 2 5, .S ..f ..,, w.. , J W: rar. .V -- -' V :-: :ze-r::rf1r:21g?ge,f' ag, :sh , xi . - V ' - .mea .5 - ff-fr . VA: 'E ff 3 T i S J 5 gif? ' - o f its ' ' -2 F f . f . -35 " -N I :::1. ,. g 7 I 4, , 1. Q . ' 1 V kg, .V " an -- f' 52:54 " .. -, tv 1 , "'V ' 1 W ' I Q 1 '-:J :Pi -1 . i 1 ., ' ' "4 32112111112 1'4if?r2fi25Ea:L':': :f.31i,3g: 1' ' ' ' 2? . Q -"TPY:f.1'k'.iifi?'T2?"P K ""' W fs, ' f , , 1 .wi- ' . ' f?E?If'5fE' Q- 1 '52 ' if ' i' " 'p l i V fur: aff T ' ':zVag .. . . . 1 V'i -' '- ty- ,, .L ' if Q '."i1f2s:1.:: ' J 1. .3 ,VM .. , , , , , t ., V - M , .. ., .-mV,,,..4- ,. ff - V i N4 , ,f , ,157 , ,V 51 -r, pkg .,..-, iraq,-,te r ' ., k ,,, uw . f "N, -- ' 'J . V 'V ' 'r X ' " ', "J . Vf Ca i' . 1 1 . V -- r , ,. . xV 35 ff.. . - an -.1-26212. , ,iw , 31 1 , -W, iv, ' Ir, :'., V sa- ,5 -'f '--nz ., 'fe .- if . 4 f '- - asc- 9 -y 'zzgmz-fig fg.Hq':a,,wza.:-:r:- J V , f5z3:2:3f:5:r:, V' 1 , , V, 7-f, , . V ' QV' . 4'-- : 1, 722 , if- eg'- ,gave . 151-5.5:1:j15,:.:A -'f "s ,g',,vg . 241 'V 2953's 'gmrzffrifff 1 2 . ' F ' "1 f' -1- ..f. Vfgf. . V ' i' iglhbf' F" - ,"Wiq'3q. x Z, 7 . , 1, -N ya . 1 ,, L L+:-.. ...eg . ., .year wV2:Q,.:a.. . 'Mm 1 ,frm . V V 4? 'ar -:fr-4:-:V. V . 'Vrfrsyrr--1.. . : f. . . xv. , ,' ' 1 Ev, " 4, 1 V' ' , 'P ' V ff.. ' ,,42.:za2r:f:s: . 1rgng2s:.5:f., ' -. tk "W ' f. - 512123547 1 , y'jVy9:V " 1 H ,, ' 737225: ' VV, 1 1 . W Nw V5 ' Q, . K ,' , V , .u:g,. , . 'j 'fir-ffza., 1 . ,gal -1' f ,ll Z L 1 , Y ,V ., , E 3 .X I Q, ff, 'e x, - v - ' f. u Q . X t5igr:i3. EffZ 55? -41:22 3 'V V Valdez Alex . - V. 1 Valdez, Tamr fe' 3 , ' l f I. ""' V 1 V Ra Fffgizfxzfi 1 Q' I at X, a encia, men ,V , , I II 4. ,I ,. W, , . Van0usdello, Bob 'Q' V -. - Vance. Patti fr . , :qs z ' ff ' ' "ew , - Sq, gal? .-ew . ff . 4 ' :wi 9 V M'V5f- Qt T3 f X M 'fa . Zta, - TIV, , , vm., -f...,.:af-z-gg , ,, 4 ii .im ,,,.,,,, . 7 33 1 ,M , f . f if , Va f t- 5 4 A it . , I Q-V...-.2 .f is J 1 if iw as 3 'Q l I lx 1 , ga, it '53 W' -9,5 , Q 2+ 5 31 f, ei 1 i K , e , 3' . 'QF f' 1.2. v J l , it l " f .ff v ,gh D. r AJ... 'fzattwf' ii "- 1 . . ff"- . f,,V g f , .. . . , ..,- f f 'Y' h I r 4 V gf-7 n..,,,g ,. , i s A 4, my -f 'fr " f 2:4 22.5615 jj A fV if-'.f'5f31, flff v 'Q W 5 l ff - f 9 J iff 5, , .ty 5' ,if ' 5 ff , gtg 1! " 5 if 4 4 ,gg if f 1 f ' 1 12513-.1-121. 5 4 ,,, , C, 5 fix ,, f , , 20 lf! 5' 1 ey I X f , 1 3 . ef,,f,. 'wt-W It's a big day when the Freshmen are introduced to Newbury Park at Freshmen Orientation. The whole day was planned by A.S.B. as fi Freshmen Express Them elves , f I-4,-162529 v1:eiE1I1i5i3?g5Ss: Q j f':fii?5??:3.ie Nesfiifif.: ya-ggi' -r1,::.rys:sa5.',,- r,-.2r:11.5'js:-sa.: irmffiuas . --V-f-was-.5 9 fries? - , 'aeseaw ' ., RQ 53315555 ' 7'fT12':' !"1?":3r2f- 1:5354 ISK.-.5.i:,"3:'?' 5' Q 'X 217:22 K ' . " ,. . fy .1 ., -. A .,.-.- , .za-ra: aa:-:asa . . 11 . Q - s W ff , . " -e af ' .r li.:-A r--:asa , , i El'-. - R '--5.-1-fa Pb V . ':gi11:, , . , ri-4.5, -e ' A . .ss , ' fs- ., .f. . J 35, Q " 3 , ' ' - V. fi' i. W sr., ..f :af W ' . f ' Ha 1 ' '- -- 1 - -:A Q.. ' H- - x-. :f . - . -- 5 ' 4 lf- J 1, H 'r W : f-,, is ' Q' ' . 1 .F "4 .x r ,am l , , ' l"' ' i i' . w. I .1 A 151, 5 it y ,, .W l K ,,.,.,, as E. I as ve iif35"f 5' ' ' 1215: 5" ' ',. T55 'i f e??f2g.aQ..f , -e...J' V i ' GTI! Q , 5,4 w e . , 3" 1 .sara-Q: 1 - -gg 4 : ffm . .N . wg .- -eg '55 F ? is f l" ' viii ' f-'14 , N We -'Qin S? 9 K,..,.,,.k ..,, .. , -ui . , -us: . 'F' f . LJ 153 r . .W K 74151 111. . , . W 2 z.'f'gZiE ""' " " zee 4 1 ' 1 :K3f133?:5 V ' ', 112555: Q .,',, 5 V: 1,121 , 9 10' I 3 sf: : q:g-gm.-ra .-45s Y' :f-,pmw-X -X -ee , ive , Ab:-tigzr YR V: ri , , QS 1- Q K . , Wl , as s ' it s -..,.' ,X ag X ' .. r vs. ,, 2 n o it f J 'Q v x A A BN X v x 3' z, 1 f .il ' K o J' - 5 ifffl' U1 2753 :f. 3?--rg 1232-f'.-5?Q::'1'f5 3- f -. ' . 'Hz -4 1 V i ,. We Y-..e,.f,,.-,-v.-,-Qs. f'.Fz1sa'li i--4.59 ,:, i gi ....,,s,. 2, ,,,, c X ,fe rx. IIS, Mr-i ssh N :Win is lik t K e ess-.lags 4154, . -rgwzgxr XQSXWX xx., x ,3 5 A ' 5. X S. N, Q 5 A gg , X lf "W5iif73 1 .,"'J..."' s 3 : " 4 ., - i pf., 11 r. . , ,r . - x. ,Q-K., , wi X X iv 2552 - Ks., :ig ., .,.,.. .,.g..., . , ...,..... ,,..., , , 2,37-M. V .1 ,-,, L V :qi I. V L 4 -E,,,fi? .1 L fs. -Tx fav ,:,,. V ,P . V 'V - 55 . 4' ,V .X I - fx . -"s 1 'tc or 1.. H ' . ,'--:-4:45,-'Z 's2,"?5f:r we-+.51 :- , ,rg-,Q , Q W r t . fi " Q5 Si X9 .3 7 . . it f f m X K 0 ' i 4 f l S ' s a l," uf! , ,,,. 5, , 5 ,,,, . X 2555 - J 5 A QF " f . w:,:,giq . j - E.: it S l W .- sk 1' " Xifnr. . A .. ' 4 li:-ix" .151 - K --1: 5: ' ' -. , Q- ,s,g,.,g5, il ir' 4 r f at 5 . rg K' , - g. lengt - xi . ' 1 s 'hed if Q Q Q, ,gg Y X wx xiii fr 'ilk A lt- Q 4 'EN 355 .'i-.iii f .Al 'L: :72:' ' 5 flliifil I 'f.f.TfQP?7Si:7fT'fffiifl79- "l"Tiii-5233 w . ff ez uw- - mes ' . -' z' if ' 5,51 .. " .rwzifgg saws. 1. ., 'f fe "'A V ' .i -' it ' -sf --'- ",, . .f ,gag ,Q ,:,ggQ,4p- . - H "-:,f3gy.:g+,l . r 1 M- , if '-we Q4 . X 3, , I - X 1 if asa, ' as on . J . 'gg' f---"'igiELEiff" J , ,.7'j?sZ55,.:ifSiW,., Q ' ,rr-215 . ' .. .-fffii 52515.11 " W ., . . 4 . , r , ., ,Q i. -f , Q , 3,3 .3 e Q., S '34 223 E? 'fi"'f'-Y' E "YW .sis 'f' -. -23 M , , 113'-'f ' . - , 3 E :ra 1 i 'll . 15, YN. ,' Yff 1 ,.,,E555,, ' E 4 ,Af -iii? 1 .fri ff -sl' 1 P -' V- ,.1' 9 5:51 A-15,-I, , Q3 :gr .1 tx- f Sh ia " , 'Al?.:f"fQ:.15"' :Wie ' , ' .. Q '11 hi AI ' ' .1 " lf" -f L f -as ff ' '1 1 . 'V 1-eff' Paws . ,... , 'af " wi ' ' 1 H Y1:i2?:s1',f- " g, X. z r . ff ' R V b Q nf: Q jx f,f' 3 5255325 iififlfff . 13 gi ' A " lllees s. ssse . . ,... ...vf V , 4: ., .... 'e . Q ee fl sw' 'L':, :g .. T1X 3: Ii "1-QV , . f R 6' ,ra . i .W ...,. ,gf X 9' az'-W "pa '2- 'V , .L wg:-jgcfgrjffr :f1-'.':ef- A, I . A '..'ifi-mast S -A 1552215325 X ' 4.l5ifEZEfEfQ5 f i- . - K f " " . r-23253. ,,,. "'f3t-Fl ' , fl- "W , f ' J s' "JIS 1: ., "q..3:" , wx , ,gs.'f-f ',":'j'. ,f!"jf:f,xj5i:1rt:"fl,':zgri fi' , s , ?,'2's3fgilsi3Q fwfr -if w w w: ar ' ..-nf '-" .5 , if ' T '-1 ' Q ' -' ' f.::I 5 5:1 I '?:A?:1' " ' ':5:E2:f?'k"iQ . ' Jai: :ff ' .M 2 f his 13511. 55: y,Q,21r -Q .Sf 3' " , : -1- 4. , V- 1 " i:5ff?iE5i3?f'5 -' - 4' i 1' fif' ' f' gf , 195 5 s it gr , " f iffiliisf '.'.'fi'ge.' C 'Rai ' 3 7 fi , . H 3' 155555 5529 1:52 . .. .V 1 -. -ff i f f 1-,: 3' 435:22 " if' -iffiiif 1"3f"L 'iii' aliiiifa-fi: 1 ' eiE35l5lf?"' if 5.113 . fi'..'fI' "Qi j 'A at ""' ,-4' ' J of f ' ' ri A . . .A ,"f" ', 6 953255 2 -x 1'-'fz xl .V 1 , , -' X J J st 1- K'-5-Ki 11, A X' . -:915:i:Ka?'8i5?r- . if .. - 5 ::.1:5gMw2-4 1 1:2-issfsssefif in ' ' Whestbrook, Sandy Wendley, Barbara Wekshyner, Tracy Wells, Maruin Wells, Mark Weaver, Valerie Weber, Sara Vanderlip, Cheryl VanCleave, Cindy Van Hooser, Lissa VanMeter, Tammy VanNoppen, Lydia Vargas, Juanita Vamell, Stephanie Valarde, Deanna Veme, Barbara Vialpando, Burt Vincelli, Jennifer Vondera, Lauri VonGaza, Nicole Vorburger, Ray Wagner, Don Walker, Mike Walker, Todd Wallace. Pam Washington, Sharon Waters, Robin Weatherford, Sherman Ziegler, Dave Zerda, Karen Zegers, Zina Zandt, Gloria Zelewski, Eileen Young, Winoka Young, Pete Linda Donna Candlyn Joan Young, Young, Young, Wright, Worrell, David Woods, Wendy Wood, Valerie Wood, Judy Wondka, Tony Wirick, Keri Wilson, Jackie Willson, Nancy Williams, Steve Williams, Jamie Wildey, Lee Wieland, Lynn Whitmore, Richard Whitebirch, Craig Whlit, Sallie Wharton, Debbie qu Chris Chase says, 'AWhat did you say was in my drink. Kal...-A 5' ' ' Freshmen 115 WL Mm wwjijf' Wh . W p M jpmlm M M0 www if 1 57 --Y , ., ,fm R. W M ff p , , ,rf Q ,' Tef. 7 rffv-'f 'W P L 4 M 9 Q 4 'K ,FA-rw Q 1 , ysc-1,g3',:v, -15:-fy A . , , ? F13 'EEE i ' :wif fg ' 'E A 2 l 5g,,gs.x,. QW' Wwyvmwmw f v if 5 1 T, ' J 1.- 5 s 1 'P S .. 1 L 1 , :gg n ' - X ' I h , , 1 , 2 Q E M . Iliff W- W l3Zw4i'-L f J""'V, 1 Fvgfwbymw J 4 Q V f 5 ,lf mimi 1215 x RX ' ' 137 'A :Q g..-,rfgz ,'Wfj',?jQ71T?1W5. 'ir v,"O':"filjg , 575751 'iw'-'ff '7"75j"'?":f",f"'7 "f7"' 1 7712 , "7i:-- fy' -0- --11 - nw- --17'-f-.,.fv .. ., , H 'wsimsf f "" . - ff M ' f fu-1 ' ' 31 swf, wg, ,V VS- , V 43, ' "NXT: Im ' Z, 'F'i-f"'-w2,- ' ff K We ' '37 ' ' f'52.x'1.zfv2:',,.13-' 7 ' K , ' ff m f. V 3, 6.11, I X' I ' " F Q4 , L The military and family man. Tribute to the Man Mr. Gene Smith our principal of Newbury Park High School will retire at the conclusion of this school year. Mr. Smith has been responsible for many school and academic advancements. Under his leadership se- mester classes were initiated. The campus is now larger. We have a swimming pool, new classrooms, a commemorative bell tower. Many academic and competitive honors have come to NPHS because of his executive resourcefullness and understanding. Expansion, awards and achievements have been earned by the develop- Q ment of speech, drama, art, industrial arts and M math programs. It is with fond memories that the student body and staff wish him happiness and ' prosperity in his future. regalia. ba L'u.u'l -'rin , 'i,"m-4qA1,.,-- ly ff 4, 'tfzgff I ,f . :pat++i.ir, Qs. wa. 5""'t'3'f 11? Af . wifi-,:g., i..ff3i'j7i'i-Q'-S1194 1 Gene Smith, man involved with community activities. 118 Faculty Fem, Paula and Gene Smith in college Gene Smith the Principal of Newbury Park High 1970 1976 ,T Nllllg 11 Y 3 G I , I ,. A491 '11-1 '1 Y -"' "' The Chosen Ones 4. Agn, .. .s X--Yrs,-qu Assistant Principal-Ken Huston, who is constantly busy helping maintain situations that arise on campus. The administration Worked hard and long to make the year of 1976 a successful one. Many hours were spent to make sure the students classes and activities Were planned Well. Along with all the planning came piles of paper Work. The final result was a great year for everyone. Boy's Vice Principal-Joel Kirschenstein, who helps to Girl's Vice Principal-Carmen Armstrong, who has put in much time and uphold the peace here at Newbury Park High School. hard work for the students. Her care and concern is never ending. ' 7' Faculty 119 120 Faculty The Work of the Counselors Head Counselor-James McElmorry, a busy man and busy counselor, constantly helping student and student-oriented matters. JoAnne Gastner-who this year worked with the career center in helping seniors with college information and scholarship aid. ,Qa- F Bob Fisher-a relatively new counselor, but certainly not new to N.P.H.S, He, like all of our counselors, work closely and intimately with all students. rf fi l ld 1l Paul Stalnaker-a counselor who has been with us for quite some time now, working with students to help solve their problems. 6 4 gl l 'V it il 1 7, l 'ai A in K 1 W, ki 4 fb' 1 John Baden-another busy individual, whose cheerful smile and easy manner make him an enjoyable person as well as counselor. 4, I l ' 1 , -' """'-,K 5 J Sylvia Michael-who retumed from a year's sabbatical to us to work as a team with Mrs, Gastner in scholarship counseling and financial aid help. l f A iz 1r.'ee:e+.xem ' ,Maman "" H ',emf.f...- .. ii' , ,,,, I Get By With a Little Help From My Friends s f' y 1 Vi Secretaries-The ladies in the office at Newbury Park High School put in many and long hours each day. The students and faculty very much. Attendance Officer-Bill Loretta. Nurse-Frances McDermott, school nurse on duty at all times. Faculty Secretary-Ethel Kennedy, who served the teachers this year helping them run off their tests that the students either passed, just passed, or blew. y help the Psychologist-Dr. Kerr, who listens 'oo all the deepest secrets and problems and wouldn't tell them to anyone without your permission. This year, like last year, the school had their very own psychologist, Dr. Kerr. Dr. Kerr counseled and worked with students in the EH program. With a MS in coun- seling and guidance and a PHd in psychology, she was well prepared to meet students and their needs. She en- joys working with the 13-19 age group and had someone dropping by all the time to talk about problems. Aside from her work with the students here at N.P.H.S. she was the psychologist at other schools as well. She is cur- rently on the faculty at CLC where she lectures. She also has a private practice in marriage counseling. She worked here on campus coming twice a week, and en- joyed her year working with our students. Faculty 121 With the Passing of the Bond . if . i Lili i The lush, beautiful, newly-enlarged library, where there is usually peace and quiet was finally completed for the students use. With the passing of the bond, layouts and plans for a new, expanded library where readily accepted. At the end of the school year, last year, the enlarging process began by moving all library books and magazines to portable shelves in rooms 7 and 8. During the summer months, the dust flew and the inside walls crumbled. Finally, when the dust cleared, the phoenix arose from the ashes in the form of the beautiful, car- peted, much-more-spacious library. With the new library came a new librar- ian Mrs. Barbara Warkentien. Under Barbara's management, with moral and physical support from Bonny Patton, textbook clerk, and Carol Walters, library clerk, the library ran fairly smoothly throughout the year. 127 Faculty Librarian - Barbara Warkentien, who maintains control and peace in spite of all her other duties as librarian. .4PiEE""1""'17g3 v -'-' "A' -'---M --- -ng New Library Was Spawned Textbook clerk- Bonny Patton, who runs a tight textbook ship through- out the year in spite of all problems. ' fo 542114213 Library clerk- Carol Walters, who is always extremely busy doing this or that and getting the new books purchased out on the shelves. Audio-Visual- Pete Magallanes, who keeps records of incoming and outgoing films and projectors in spite of the mass chaos of film ordering. Dana Clemons, Tania Lang, and David Campbell search the card catalog in the new li- brary. Many new books can now be sought. Faculty 123 ' xiii? -. if A' Q.. rw A XL ,Q Ds izfii 5 l . 3 W l. ik M .hi V ,VA . 5 ' t J- ' . we . I ' X "'y,.l5 wi- .15 '?'Qfff?9f"f1--- ' 711:21-,7':-' ' , i 2:1-.fxzfll .ff - , f. 1 1 --if ffl. ' . 1 R-wfffe.a 22? . - 1- -. W- --e 'f44mJNk,e Q, J K ' , " ""' .. AM.. , ,, 5" 5,440 ' K Cafeteria Staff- Top Row: Violet Edwards, Stella Brodski, Bonnie Bandy, Neva Lewis, Maria Martell, Sara Allen, Ethel Clois. Bottom Row, head- Sue Shaw, Geneva Evans, Mary Anne Johnson, Velma Ainsworth, Mary Fulle. Boy's P.E. locker room attendant- Jerry Naaktgeboren This year, the career center has many plans on the drawing board. Mrs. Lillinigreen has hopes to expand and relocate to a larger facility elsewhere on campus sometime during the sec- ond semester. This will give more roo m to have guest speakers and larger audiences. The career center has had 35 to 40 guest speakers already, and more are anticipated. With Mr. Reed heading up the work experience program, it leaves more time for Mrs. Lillingreen to organize orienta- tions. A special thanks goes to counselors Sylvia Michaels and Jo Anne Gastner for their extended help in scholarship counseling and for the time they spent helping college bound seniors prepare in every aspect of financial aid. On November 18, a college night has scheduled at T.O. with 110 representa- tives from colleges and vocational schools on hand to help both parents and students plan for the future college stu- dents' needs. . ' x e Girl's P.E. locker room attendant- Betty Ehat 4 if We ar ,Q 'Q 1 F' we 15 A :tg if ffl 1 in Career Center coordinators- Mr. Gary Reed and Mrs. Jessie Lillingreen 11, ., -1, '-'tri- The Illustrious Faculty This year, like last year, we on the Pawprint staff asked the faculty members to respond to one of a few questions pertain- ing to some aspect of the bi- centennial. We asked them to share their: 1. Favorite period in Amer- ican history that they would have liked to have lived in or may have influ- enced them. 2. Favorite individual in American history that made an impression upon them, to wit, influenced them. 3. Favorite quote by a fig- ure in American history. The enthusiasm of the fac- ulty this year was very impres- sive and our efforts were a suc- cess. Contrary to most students opinions, faculty members are beautiful and very illustrious with the Pawprint staff. Fine Arts I lt' I ff S ' X X , X ix iss, A Dennis Reed, D.C.-Nothing can come from Q IN f' ters fs: f Iix if "IRT .ie Out Of the artist that iS Iwi in the man- The music department has a new choir director John Ledwon. The excellence of Black Orpheus is being continued. The band under Pete Fisher is a state award winning group this year. Proverb - 'A I . -: A A I ai' I f fini f " M ff- -Ji ease A . . . . ,. f . . . he 1 e 1 . m 1 . r . I xr ZA . ...-.- ft -Ki? , 5 . . . .i X f , -Q fy,-1. ,f ff fiff me f, f. V. af:-A g .,:g-- -S 1-. . t ' , A 4 .. 41.4.-4. 4, -- r - 1 .r 'f'-rf.-1, if K ,g ,H , .. s. if - - - 1 A A A . 3 A- f A "3 r if i.. f ff 5. 5. : ' AL' . . ..,. A -- 1 .'Ar I 1 is f '- 1 155,11 . .,,. r 1.1. m,,1w , A , 1 f y 'r.- .. .X -1 ""' : - 0' 4 .. Q A I ff ' - 1 A -' ai A 1 G ' 4? a ' ' F . ..'Ai . . , 1 'Q 'Z 't I . . K . E - 'A f A' r 23: :i ,,..,.-1,-gy iir gfi- " , . ,'.,, 5 -A If 'A ' J Hg AA . ai j ,'.'. 1 . .X - 'r s2t?I55Q5iggi..iaffix A' ':5gsE3s:.g.-59221..iAvSgQit:ff3 v as ,gf 'A" f -'ffl .52 'uf 5 -533'-ilL'2:1.g.5i:-fi: .riff-'-22t'-tif..! V46 ' ' L 3 ef' .1 -'-. V 5" 4 . V. V V, .1 . f 5"Sf -EL'ifli2t. :i?':'1'3'fQ' 835' 'M' .. . 1 + r'rr it I fi . 72 .11. P- wf"'f7 ve- wife. 2 A f. r I 5 A4 ky VA-V,,V ff V? JaVQ5i,..V,, ' I 4.51.1 . gg VI , , .:. , - . f . 'L . . A LQ? 'df f'..:, Ji" ' tidal... f' -A w V' - . f ZA . zz ,,l'.f'!P?mff'- 'fi zfllrfzkfil-S5:"'".:fl."iS9EfiiEfi."L::l' ' I Kristi A, Colell - lfI had my choice, I would have lived at the end of the 19th century and been a member ofthe Sara Bemharts theatre troupe in addition to studying paint- ing with Winslow Homer and sculpture with Frederich Remington. I must add to have lived with these great people I would need 20th century plumbing. Bob Valentine - "The only rational way of educating is to be an example- if one can't help it, a waming example." Albert Ein- stein Carolyn tC.J Pinkston - "One must not be afraid. One must know how to float as words do, Mthout roots and without watering cans. One must know how to navigate without lat- itudes and longitudes and without motor. Without drugs and without burdens. One must leam to breathe like a wind-meas- uring instrument. The cord must be made of sand, the anchor of aurora borealis." The Diary of Anais Nin, 1934-1939 Mrs. Lorie Brown - I would have loved to have lived in 20's and 30's Hollywoodg to have met some of the great pioneers in mo- tion pictures such as Charlie Caplin, Frank Capra, Cecil B. DeMille, Walt Disney. Ah, the Golden Age of Hollywood! Jan Branham - Choosing one American who has influenced me the most is impossible, but rather I admire all of those who had the courage, pride, and wisdom to question. Pete Fisher - My favorite period of Ameri- can History would be the two score years beginning around 1875. These were years of relative peace and domestic tranquility, tre- mendous strides in agrarian and reunifica- tion and individual importance, exploration and expansion of our boundries and the be- ginning of our country's dominance in domestic, artistic, and intemational affairs. Chris Sawyer - The era of westward expan- sion during the 1800's is the most facinating period of U.S. History for me. The courage and dedication of these early settlers to first survive and then succeed should serve as an inspiration to us all. Few of us ever have to face the hardships that were part of their daily lives. ,x . :gif V- , - A' --I an -i x 'X' My e e in John Ledwon - 1920's - a vibrant, active period in American History. Faculty 125 Business Department -Teen- age America, the question is not what your employer can do for you, the question is what you can do for your employer? Can you type, do you know shorthand, can you operate office machines, do you know how to keep a set of books, can you sell goods and ideas, or are you going to join the 3095 of un- employed high school gradua- tes who have no skills? Get Some skills so you have some- thing to offer a perspective em- ployer. Offer him some skills he can't refuse. Home Economics Department - Home economics courses emphasize learning about personal relationships and management of resources as time money and energy. They believe that skills in communication, parenting, problem solving, and meal planning and preparation are much needed by todays young people. This past year they had a baby bath demonstration by a father and his twelve week old daughter, freshmen punching out some frustrations on a batch of bread dough with the odor of freshly baked rolls drifting upstairs to torture busi- ness classes, boys sewing themselves knit shirts, girls watching a make-up demonstration, a public health nurse doing a baby exam to teach about health care and seniors learning how to buy a used car. Business Department Larry Johnson - Of course, for myself, I live intensensely and am fed by life and my value, whatever it be, is in my own expression of that. By Henry James, 1915. Amy DeWolf - Given the choice, think and would choose to live in no other time than the present, because we have the opportunity to witness more change in a life time than any previous genera- tion. E.. V 2 126 Faculty 35? fills' HW' ff is -it 'xv NNM, sf - fe 2 5 T s ME 1'veSQf,,,:wiq:'.1. 4 Q ' ' .1'-l:3:xf1:'?'1IE'?Ef2i eggs-41.11 . V bf- Q' is-f,:w..zifz ,ai ' ,sg , ,I-iiiwfm., -::ff:1,: , . ff-:za :' if FPS" ' -:?1f5?5l?f'f:3"'925 'E'fi1- ff V i g f" ff 'pa 4 , Mgefig 1:35 3, ' "fi: ,f V 25? I ,V ,f, f 7 Doris B. Weber - D.C. - Thanks to my father, to Ralph Black, my high school principal, who was my first principal as a teacher, and to Jewel Vaughon, Hen- dricks Co. Supt. of schools for starting and guiding me down right path in my teaching career. I feel I am wherel am today because of these influences. Joe Rodriguez - No comment. Judith Morrow - No comment. v w? aaggyzggg Janis Mathis-No comment. Dorothy Taylor - No comment. Edith Grossman - No comment Mrs. DeWolf supervising halloween party for home economics party. 3 blyi, M Industrial Arts is Y , . lg. , . l 4 1 1 1' . - I . W xx r ' I A jllgi S, , it Jim Ganser - Opening of the west, it was an exciting time in American history. Bill Beaubien - Quote "Men with Beards can be Trusted," John Wilkes Booth. Bill Brandt - No Comment. Norman T. Barker - "I will Study and get ready, and perhaps my chance will come." By Lincoln. Industrial Arts Dept. - This year We expanded our metal and wood programs to accomodate more ad- vanced students. Lin Thomas - I have always been very fond of the automobile, airplane and other machinery being developed at the beginning of this century - I would like to have lived, been aware of, and par- ticipated in the inventions, develop- ment, racing Sz testing of this equip- ment from it's inception. To have known and worked with great men such as Henry Ford Ka Henry Leland, the chevrolet brothers, the Duryea Bros, the Wright Bros, and others would have been very fascination. Even more thrilling however bo be alive in our own day because of the anticipation of the emminent retum of my Lord Jesus Christ. Herb Henderson - No comment. Jim Crowdis - No comment, Industrial arts class constructing a model home. Faculty 127 24 , , Q f has ' f ., ..,, A .fy , , N, ,, 9 " , 4" W 44,1 X 179 4 WWW if , ' .f'ff. .ft .. y 'XS vifrv - 3 "7 I W .g ,fp ig X- ,, . U, ,t it 3, W f. -. 5" ' lf','i?-'fi"w'r, I 1 L ' .0 WW 1 V, ggic,-tl rf' '-,E ,tx A 1 Ken Barone - No Comment "Ahh! shucks, can I help it if I have such an appealing body? 128 Faculty ry l SWK' sr '71 9: 2 I Paul Coffman - No Comment Pam Dennis - If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agi- tation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground . . . This struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one . . . but it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand. Frederick Douglas Worth Crouch - N0 Comment Mel Dick - My favorite individual in American History is Teddy Roose- velt. I admire him because he was a unique blend of the rugged, aggressive, and proud individualist while at the same time a sensitive, caring, percep- tive environmentalist. He is famous for the phrase, "Speak softly, but carry a big schtick.", which is what a teacher should remember when teaching fresh- men all day. Too bad he was a re- publican! lff-if if - f gr, 4'-A , 1. - . K 5 if s 1' E . f' ,gay ! Robert David - I own I am not a friend to a ver'y energetic govemment. It is al- ways oppressive . . . Thomas Jeffer- son. Kathy Dwire - "I-Ie looked upon us as sophisticated children-smart, but not wise. He knew many things, and much that is false. He knew nature, which is always true." -Saxon T. Pope Roy Gilmore - No Comment Worth Crouch points out to his class, a typical everyday student at N.P.H.S. l. Social Science ' f ni ' 'il -. .JC "'r' H lla? ccccc ' ,,f,,, If we-. I 1 , 4 2' ' f . ? A V .av E 'l.,...,-2. . , 1 -.-v W.. ,I ,,,, , Lv..f4eg1.1 sv .af " Q. ' - '5fQ.'ffif . sf ' ., L., A :' 'f M 4 I. , f .:' . 9 ,Lf ,. A ,f f,Q'f,f?:4. TV 1 4 " , . p g 1. . ., . .z,. ,J 5 , . Y .gfi V v I 'w 'fox 4:5 -1-. f -c -ta. . fr' , ':" cw ' .V ff 1 ,e':.,'3l: Diane Heiken-It is never too late to give up our prejudices. No way of thinking or doing, however ancient, can be trusted without proof. What every- body echoes or in silence passes by as true today may tum out to be false- hood tomorrow, mere smokes of opinion, which some had trusted for a cloud that would sprinkle fertiliz- ing rain nn their fields. Henry David Thoreau Cheryl Meyers-My favorite period in American History was the Migration into the West t1840'sl. I liked this period because families were close and had to work together in order to sur- prise. The challenge and potential for growth was unlimited. Women were becoming more independent and more influential because they shared equally in all the labors and dangers of pio- neering. Rick Scott-No Comment V 4, is 69 7 1 , V475 ..v . z 905.3 1 'e H I ,r ' -va ' ,a cv-1 ,wmafqrfw - K 15.5.7 ,.,V' , , Q A. H i X Q. 4. X -V ,- ,-f-- b ,, , 1- J.. f V , f "f W ,...-I-" 1 ' ' v. a . . 2 ' ,, -,,....-f- , . , , - , ,E , M Y -. . 1: f :,':J:1:'b'-'iraq ' I 1-2' .R ft ' ff 4: ' r f.-',,.' L A ' V " ' 1 .tgp . ,' gzrg, rfifzqy-go f-.:- . . if ' -1-im" -. "'1 is 1.1, fn - 1 Q 11.21. .M JK, vfkw an - I . 8. 32., ",'-'.i . 1. f 3" fa. - F-'Ziff' "- c' Qi,-3 ,2-c f' - ' '1- N ', t'--232. "Sqn "" ,jk 122 ,mu i -1.1 - ,nf -'- ..- - f X 3, Ae ,, o ON Y E ' 4 M , my X ,fjigg " 1 C E' J , .: 12.1 'r f 0' U. 4 N. ff , 1: . J 1 w ir- ff"'f-"vi: Y? '. wi. -2 peg. wi... if if -:::.f1:f"::'1:::-vi,4:,,I:rj 3-'za a . . . Jiri. ,' 44' H 0: 1 Q . .. -, . . ... , 1, 1 '. 1 553.11 . - 1 ,, '81 1 ' 'i-t, . .X .b z. Q x -t - . -- ' :W u ' ao X' h ff fx Ati' Clark Hunter-I would have liked to live in the latter 19th century in the American West. I love the glorious westem scenery and find it fascinating to re-live the lives of the miners, cattle- men and frontier farmers. Dan Pry-For my students, who some- times have trouble comprehending the importance of certain subjects, I like this quote from Marie-Ebner Oschen- bach-" In youth we leam, in age we understand." For my athletes, I have two. Henry Ward Beecher stated of win- ning-"Victories that are cheap are cheap. Those are only worth having which come as a result of hard fight- ing." My favorite quote came from a source unknown by me-"Once you've made your mark in the world, look out for guys with an eraser." John Uelmen-John F. Kennedy, address at Amherst College, October 26, 1963. "I look forward to a great future for America, a future in which our country will match it's military strength with our moral restraint, it's wealth with our wisdom, it's power with our purpose. I look forward to an America which will not he afraid of grace and beauty, which will protect the beauty of our natural environ- ment an America which will re- ward achievement in business or state- craft . . . I look forward to an America which commands respect throughout the world, not only for it's strength, but for its civilization as well. And I look forward to a world which will be safe not only for de mocracy and diversi- ty but also for personal distinction." imaimauseefeiaen vc Q' We Thomas Lee-No Comment A. Y ' V f ,W Amo Kanitz takes time out to enjoy a Cycle- thon that was sponsored by the Senior Class. Coach Barone spends long hours helping with basketball techniques. Faculty 129 Terry Pardee - Behold the majesty of Nature's wonderous creations-Her snow-capped peaks and lush meadows, Her sparkling streams and cascading waterfallsg The delicate wings of her fluttering insects: a brilliant mantis or a vividly-colored butterfly, The arias of Her song birds: the meadowlark or robin sonorous displayg The solitude of a quiescent lake or the tranquility of the setting sung The exhuberance of Her spring wildflowers or the playful bark of a spri.ng pup, Or the stars that beckon the noctural spirit. For from her we receive a continual renewal of lifefs golden meaning, themagic of existence, the vitality of youth, and forever shall we dwell in the midst of Her majesty, bathed-etemallyin her sacred womb. MELOPHOLN The Members of the science department are eagerly await- ing completion of the new building, which will provide the classroom and laboratory space needed to carry out the science program properly. 130 Faculty Sc Hugh Nelson - "Climb the mountains and get their tiding. Nature peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy while care will drag off like autumn leave." Lou Burger - James Smithson, whose legace was used to found the Smithson Instituion in Washington D.C. Linus Pauling, on the anniversary of the Watson - Crick paper on DNA 21 years earlier remembering his erroneous con- ception of a three A chain helivx struc- ture for DNA in 1952, "I am now as- tonished that I bregon work on the triple helix structure rather than on the double helix. There is no doubt that even rather simple ideas some- times are very elusive." Quoted in Nature, April 26, 1974. ience Looks for the Future . :--::':2'.1.fs- .1 gmt of. f-:fn 4 , ,I , fi' pf if rw . . M.,-fwfgfffz 2 .r.. li it B 1 gsssii f 2 H s g ,Q resziiit-Ss Q . .1 N 4 .V ,,., ,U-,, tt' ' ' Q . ' r ' ...QL ii N is ., .. , f H3 X WNY t is r , SKJSQT 1 fi ' 3 .. r Q, ,WEBB fa V ,WY A W: .. . . I i by , . t , r . , , 5313, 41459 Qi, gf' ., . . ,,.,,f. A .. ,,.4.g3,g,g3f5:,.Za-,W,1,.'5. . -' ..'f::3 Z ' 5 ,R , , ,g Z 1 ,ii David Moore, D.C. - "Anything that can go wrong will." Murphy's First Law. Ben Buttner - Listen, my favorite peo- ple are my parents, and favorite time is now. Richard Freed - No comment. . Y f F 3 55 TH r 4. ffl ' ' ii ,,f'355.4S?F.,.. Ki if C7 W e te if -til e? 'F Q : :Q..v:. -1 n if-ma: Leonard Ruben - No comment. Ronald Surratt - No comment. Art Bugg - No comment. Robert Peterson - No comment bin em Languages From Afar 4-ff'-1" ' K i L ff . L .Q X l Charlotte Hester - Ben Franklin, "Human felicity is produced not so much by great pieces of good fortune that seldom happen, as by little ad- vantages that occur every day." Mary Jane Stevens - No comment. Art Maldonado V "The educated man is a greater nuisance then the unedu- cated onef' George Bemard Shaw. , lL .s.... .- Chuck Carroll - I suppose that my fa- vorite period of history is the Civil War era. Lynne Hartzell - No comment. Amy L. Reed - My favorite quote by an American author is from Mark Twain in The Mysterious Stranger. "The Human race, in its poverty, has one really effective weapon, laughter. Power, money, persuasion, supplica- tion, persecutiong there can life on a colossal humbug, but only laughter can blow it to rags and atoms at a blast. Against the ascault of laughter nothing can stand." ':uLa:ls..gs1 3 Darleen Feller, D.C.- The present, It is interesting to watch the social and po- litical course of the Western world in controlled social and economic life in the "Communist Block" countries. Susan B. Anthony, because of her work for women's rights and other needed re- forms. No quote is necessary for Susan B. Anthony, in my opinion. Her ace tions Speak louder than words. .Wal Foreign Language Dept. - Russian class went to Los An- geles on a fieldtrip. German club Went to Alpine Valley for the October fest. Spanish, French and German classes studied the Christmas customs for each of there countries, while they make- the foods that there countries would be making during Christmas. we Q ,LM ,M QQ? Uliffyfysfwi 9 all LL Faculty 131 Girls Physical Education. is currently involved in a growing Co-Existence with Boys Physi- cal Education. Many Co-Edu- cational classes are being of- fered along With a variety of ac- tivitiesg from jogging and bi- cycling to volleyball and ten- nis. 139 Faculty Girls Physical Education Marti Dibble A.D. - "I have asked some of the Great White Chiefs where they get their authority to say to the Indian that he shall stay in one place, while he sees white men going where they please. They cannot tell me." Chief Joseph - At the Surrender of the Nez Perce - 1889 1 l 7? -in was . Diana Doyle - Betsy Ross - Causel like flags. Nori Parvin D.C. - Henry David Thoreau - "lf a man does not keep pace with his companions perhaps it is because he hears a different drum- mer. Let him step to the music he hears however measured or far away " Donna R. Wilson - Betsy Ross - Living tribute to all the seamstresses of Amer- ica. . ...cf m 1 ...as . 'atm -M . -I-is, Joan Lambert - One of my favorite in- dividuals in American history is Theo- dore Roosevelt. He was his own person! Sande Washbum - John F. Kennedy - "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your countryf, Connie Jo Winsky - Liberty is the only thing you cannot have unless you are willing to give it to others. - William Allen White Boys Physical Education Ken Cook - No comment. George Hurley - That is an unfair ques- tion, nobody ever told me how to answer. Besides its a dumb question any how. Jay Merrill D.C. - My favorite quote in American History was General Custers famous last words. "Look at all those bleep Indians." My favorite person was Abner Doubleday who is credited with inventing the game of baseball. Without him I would have nothing to do in the spring. 7, -1--L-W Robert Hendricks - No comment. Phil B. Lloyd - UBeing young is the best time of a persons life. It's too bad its wasted on kids." Mike Robles - No comment. ' ' ' ' 'wuuuaf Boy Physical Education, is currently involved in a growing Co-Existence with Girls Physical Education. Many Co-Educational classes are being offered along with a Variety of activities, from Jogging and bicycling to volleyball and ten- ms. mc. 3 at ii g W I A "" 6, V 1 ' KW P i" ' sis' I '. if f , ' .i r-LA H 3 ...fjqef , I .X ' ivrffi . 1 ,i5ij,,1A . 1 Li ft ' ' . Lorin Maygren - I would've lived in the 20's to see coach Merrill in his prime, they say his girlfriends were like base- ball he'd strike-out almost every time. Mike Stewart - Famous quote by Amer- ican "Give me a bucket!" by Jay Merrill. Faculty 133 English Department 134 Faculty David Holmboe-My famous quote is Henry S. 'Truman'sg "The buck stops here!" I think too many of us are un- willing to accept and face the responsi- bility of their actions. , -an :ag 04 Sandi Barber-"Enthusiasm is the mother of effort, and without it, nothing great was ever accomplished." Emerson Warren Firth-To my golfing partner I often quote Admiral Dewey, who said as he was about to attack Manila in the Spanish-American warg "Fire when ready Gridleyf' Judy Hutchison QUrrietiaJ-"To me every hour of light and dark is a miracle, every cubic inch of space is a miracle." Walt Whitman Amo Kanitz-No Comment Lynnette Shifrnan-No Comment William Reilly-No Comment Rita Brendon-No Comment mwmw . , .. J v, 4 , 1 ' i:mf"x.,.1- u -.-'. A 9 J 'Qt I f t K f P 6 " '1 'n ff va i , 17 5 .i , .,- -v ' 'ft i . , . i if f 1 .. . 4'-, .I Hug. V. ,f i my .- , ,la va 1511.5 ,L :J Mtn' -H 4 y. . ', . nf 1 ' L' - . 91 M ' 'f -f is f ff t- , .v'X- r- ., -si .....' mai, 5 y 1 4 -4.. H i, ,- .-4 , Q Q-:iii-4 l:,5,.,,2 7,5115 'H' . ffiw--niflf ' 4,,5",5fM K 'V s.,H -pv . " 1 If :Wm sl , rf 44 ..,,.i,'m'rf-'vu.f' -, 7 V91 ,r--...J 5, V 6 .eg ,ul , a , --1.4 mf in , - 1 fitrv. ..i. 45- . ,gg vm, L, if f f-sf.. .ul iv.-'z , fax "lf is : ' lv ' f . ' 23 ' if 4,5 - 1-1.5. f V . ' f' H5711 '. , Q ff -fx - , 4 -f-' r- 4' . , ' 0. , 5 uv 41 J, ' T3 ' 33 ,ggi ' uw Ht 5 '9 ,, iQ 4 f ,K fl' 1 f Q Q ' ,,- Q f C, j , 5 t i , r 'f' llc Y ' Pg-. M 6 n , :Ji qi if , 9 f V v , L, 4, X , 2 v 5? N Wm al ' K '4 l 'I l Rd QQ f ,f ' 1 , 'ix fi 'lk x Qi - -T af 'Q Q, I 1 i 3'.' K ,1 '12 ' E' 5. ii i 1 iw M y all H K pt I. Ai.. I, . , ix .' ,pi-3 4 4 Q fl np' . 'l 'I if ' 'Rigs' 1131 ,fl i 1 an . mi 1 .:,. -ers- E Leland Davis-Nc Comment Jim Scarpino-No Comment Mike Hill-No Comment Marcine Solarez- I am perpetually a- waiting a rebirth of wonder. Lawrence Ferlinghelt: I am waiting. Randy Nixon- The making of friends who are true friends is the best token we have of a man s success in life. Edward E. Hale Robert Miller-Favorite period-tum of century. American individual-Wilbur Wright he not only successfully flew the tirst motor powered airplane but also influenced the course of history. How many people can say that? Wilbur said Now that I know it will fly is there anyone with a pilot's license? Dorothy Beaubien- To know that we know what we know and that we do not know what we do not know that is true knowledge. Thoreau-Walden. Tana Orshoff-Exaltatiori is the going of an inland soul to sea, past the houses- past the headlands-into deep etemity. Emily Dickenson 118595 Mary Ann Revello-"Nature stretches out her arms to embrace man, only let his thoughts be of equal greatness Willingly does she follow his steps with the rose and the violet . , . only let his thoughts be of equal scope, and the frame will suit the picture." from ON NATURE by Emerson Faculty 135 ..-5... ii 1 iv 1 y ri v Y a 1, ii s 1 4' H fr H it H Math Department introduced a new course this year, Introduction to Hand Held Calculation Math. Had a theft - lost all of our computers for our honors program, about 35,000 worth on the C.E.E.B. exam, 'which has had an alarming decline nomatically, our college bound seniors have done quite well on the mathematical section and have not shown a decline. Reports from our past graduates that have taken 4 years of math at N.P.H.S., indicate that they are well prepared and have a relatively easy time in their first course of college mathematics. More and more stu- dents are taking difficult math courses as electives, which indicates a stronger desire for knowledge then for a G.P.A. I 4. W. z -.-. -51,14 - 1-. .1 1 'Ef ..--. xv.-: f .V i.:' 'L I.T:14i f iii-5 .L .. Dennis McKeown - No Comment. Frank Simonin - Nostalgically the, period the American revolution, hut the present is much more challenging. Wi a if Math Department f 1 r fff-'fcfffffs . - Bev Aggen - Thomas Jefferson A I ad- mire him for his contributions to our country, for his philosophies of life 8: politics. J.A. Mutolo A The secret of Teaching is to appear to have known all your life wh at you leamed this afternoon, Kathy Vieth - There is nothing so powerful as truth and often nothing so strange, By Daniel Websterf1830l. MW f i':,12,:a-:,:f5:w-- - sizefazsi--:aakxvaztaw1 , 1.35.5 --f...'3'7ig,f"ff122f1f' a ' . 'Q Q F' iw it Q , M . .. , ea er X- -:1f'- ,qw :T-: f f :fm-wk. ' amy, asf:-f 1'-'--se EIS: ' , .. -- ,ggi-"i e 11?-331.-:aff-r-rEAE5. - ' .:f:'s?'f. -Nw 'S' 1 rf " " I -rw, .t eg., . .av . . M...,.a:f - ' '.'-":5iwg.5'fgf-egZ1-.3 , , b .53 -:far--.. af'- t-: ' -ef-. V - , :rar-"' ' wwf, I gi Q ., K QA- Jef- . . L, -.f.E T ., by , 5- " f ' tryr f A Allen Epstein - No comment. Brad Nelson - No comment. 'Jim Wilkes A Benjamin Franklin - A very versatile man, who made contri- butions to many areas. Gary McGinnis A No comment. Norm Sanford, When l was a boy I was told that anybody could become Presidentg I'm Beginning to believe it. By Clarence Darrow Thomas Wrigley - No comment. ,aww or f I 4' if ,UZLQ v 7 dz I I J we V we W Z! i fliffffl ia! Wai? 5 Mya if if J ' r aff swf t fi fm W Mfg!! ci C 136 Faculty Board of Trustees: Front Rowg Mrs. Martha Argue, Mrs. Pauline Hogstad, Mrs. Priscilla Schroeder. Back Rowg Robert B. Myers, Glenn Scott. f +l4-4 " -auzummss r wwwmrmfmm ll .. Vw' M, ,fn y r 'fu r , aff wh, , W' r my iw ,, Y Superintendent - Dr. Wayne Butterbaugh. Faculty 137 is 1 1 "Y 'g uw ' l f ,1 v?!'F , -X ' , . x. K. -sf K . .O 1 ,, ' -1 . Q 4 M M A H . . 1 , 4 -. X W u . A t 1 . ,.n. . gp .X- WN' . 'W . I .f'-- 1.1 . ,,X..,V f fwll, f ,,,, W y bw... , '.. . ,' vii 5 n i li 1 . v M x vw 've' ,, Ju, 9' - "M M' 4 , vw ,pf 'U mf- H? ."'7 QQ' 1., 5 A.,-, ln, QQ ,g ,-aw. 1 -,Mauna -., -- Q: . .A -A ,iw faq' K, 1 .9 X ' " A V," if , 5 -fs. W f '1 r- - I' wg ' M' w 1 Irving, lsenburg, Terri 79 lsenburg, Scott 108 Iwen, Michelle 95 Jackson, 4 , Jackson, Wayme 108 D 4' " Jacobs, David 95 Jacobs, Jim 95 ' Jacobs, Sandy 79 Jacobson, Kristi 108 Jacobson, Nancy 108 Jacobson, Russell, R. 40a , ' . f 4!wa2Sr.J1m 108 J'8f1'cS Richard 108 . f 'V Debra 40 .zgmess Elaine 79 fiieffries, Jon E. 40 ., Kna.pp,'Jan 5108 Jeffries, Ken 108 A fi. . f f f : ,, ,, , ess' w ,V " V l I ' Q Jendien, Donna 79,35a Jenkins, Amy 79,115a,36a Jenkins, Heide 108 Jennings, Teresa 40,79 Jensen, Cindy 28a,45a Jensen , Lynn 108 Jensen, Paula 95 Jensen, Robert A. 40 Jensen, Tamie L. 40 Jeronimus, Kent 79 Jeronimus, Kim 108,40a Jett, Kathryn A, 40 Jilg, Pam 79,45a Jimenez, Rick 108 Joachim, Robin 40 Johns, Gail P. 41 ,lnlfnw-nn Hill Kerr, Ket'ring,fRoy 88a ' Keyser, Sharon Kibel, Matthew 108 Kilcrease, Beth 80,128 Killins, Donna 100 f Killpack, Deborah D. 42 ,K1nnlgall,,Bersy 108 2Kiiine3?,HackS0. " , ' Kinney, Jeri 108,C foldout Kinney, Rick 108 Kipley, Diane 108 Kirschenstein, Joel' 119 Kitnick, Melissa J, 16,43,45a,Dfoldout,Cfoldout Kitzes, Rochelle 108 f Klee, Joanne 80,40 Klee, Theresa 45a Klekas, Steven 43 . ' Xlifman, Gary100 Klifrnan, Lori 108 rf ,Klatzi, Lisa S0 , Klatz, Susan 16,43 . Knapp,Bi1l 108 ' ,Knee,'Jack 100 A Knight, ,Patricia 80 Knoll, Lisa 108 Knowles, James 108 , Knox, Debra 100 ' Knuth, Erica 80 Knuth, Lynda K. 16,43 Kicis, Jerry 100 Kocis, Karen 100,34a,40a,41a Kocis, Michael A. 43 Koemer, Sue B0 Koemmpel, Ken l00,40a Koemmpel, Stephen D. 43,40 Koenders. Pamela J. 43 Koepke, Bret 80 Koerbling, Kris 108 Koeske, Cheryl 100 IIALJA- Una QR Leonhardt 13,45 Leonhardt, Levay, James 45 Levy, Roberta 65 Lewis, Michelle R. 45,37a Lewis, Neva 124' Lewis, Robert 81 Lian, Ken 100 Lian, Tom 16,40,45,68 ' Libman, Steve 81 Lieberman, Steve 109 Liess, Tanya 109 Light, Peter 45,33a,34a,36a Lillingreen, Jessie 125 Lindsy, Janet 81 Lingelbach, Jack 95 riiingelhach, Joe 109 , Lipslcy, Mark 95 V Littlefield, Susan l09,40a,41a Little, Todd 109 'Litzsinger Kirk 109 ' it histiqyjd, Phi,1B. iss Lockert, Kathy 109 Lockert, Mary 73,81,45a Uzicklea, Heather l09,45a Lockxlear, Coleen 95 Ijockwood, Mark 109 Lombard, Kin 109 ' Lombard, Scott 95 - London, Jim 109 Look, Paul 95 Lopez, Anita 81 Lorentz, Albert Lorentzen, Holly 109 Loritz, Laura 46 Losey, Jim 109 Lotz, William 81 Loughran, Shirley B1 Love, Jerry 109,40a Lowe, Tami 46 Lower, Julie Ann 46 1 ....,....,4,.1.. nnaimni or. 16,41 Mason, Masterton, Wendy 82 Mathews, Jeff 82 Mathewson, Sandy 109 ' Mathews, Kerri 95 Mathews, Kim 82 ' Mathis, Janisf 126,45a Mathis, Wendy 95,4541 5- Matz, Cheryl 95 - ' A Mauk, Eileen 109' ' Maxwell, Dennis 47,52 May, Barbara 109 May, Chuck 82 May, Jody 95,30a,D foldout May, Mary C. 47,67,45a May. Richarql'95.5- V May, RitaYlQ9 T35 1 .- May grenlfb Li' if - Maynard, Terri-.48 'ir , Mazucca,-Mark 95 ,,.,- , .McAvoy,lV1ike 1Q6a 3. McAvoy, Sully , I McBvri4de,iMaureen 95 -"a .. -X McCabe, Debbie 47,67 'r' f McCabe, McCann McCann Laura-101f,i34a fi I Richarclfp. 47 67 235 1Tim9s,3i3. ' McClellan, Darlene,48 A McCloud, Cynthiaf,95 4 ' ' McClure, Lori 109 - 3. " McCormick, Darrie 109 . '? McCormick, Keely 82 ' McCormack, Mike 95 McCown, Doug 82 McCracken, Cindy 109 McDermott, Frances' 121 McDonald, Edward 48 McDonald, Michael C. 48,67 McDonald, Michael P. 82,40a McDonald, Peter 95 McDonald, Roger 82 N17-'Rlrnnrrv James" 190 ifL'fE-x,.n- ,. -. V- V i -- j.', A 1 .,, ke '7 X Mimie1i,uuiig,iit . Mitrofanis, Demsz 1: f'f'f- -' 1 V IMitf:heil,SueI110 I -Mifeheii,ya1erie 820 , :E liliizgalslii,:ToriyQ2 '3 ,,ef,r:. 1 ,M0ckry,.10imsgsI ' Megan, Jenninei96 l Mohundro, Tom 82 Monahan, Leslie 50,67 Mongeon, Don 96, 10611 Mongeon, Donna 82 Monsour, Miriam 96 Mont, Karen 110 - Monteforte, Chris 50 . Montgomery, Robert 50 Monteith, Mike 110 I, , , I Monteith, Tracay96,28a - 1 I Montenegro,,Sue'1110 L , " Montignac, David 96 l ' Montoya, Ron 110, ' Moore, Alicia 96 Moore, David 110 Moore, David. 130 - I, ,, Moore, Debbie 82,1Z5a1 fr- QM" Moofe, Greg19e?gsfs.e9aafE2ziif' VMoore, PaulA50i7Q210a,20a,22a -i"MooreQ'S5ott - 1 ,M9otz,'BryanfB2Ik' ii' ' 7 ' ,- Moreno,'Es1,her:1f0 - Moreifiii, JoiiA50,Z8a Morr, I,laura82 . ir 41' is H I Morrf' Shannon' 110 Morris, Pricilla' 51 . Morris, Roberta 82 X - Morrison, Kathy 110 , I I Moisa, Gina 96 Morse, Kelly 51,36a Morse, Sharon 110 r Mortimer, Denise-96,35a,D l'oldout,C foldout I 1 Mortimer, Mary 96 Morton, Derek 110 ' .-Moser, Susan 110,40a Mosley, Brian 110 Mosley, Ken 82 Moss, Kevin 82 . Moss, Larry 82 V, jiyiossmaa, Ronni 82 lil -Mossman, Teresa 110 H .9 .Moyen Ole 110 V' ',2Moyneur, Kim 51 fi9gMoyneur, 96 Muckey, Guy R. 51,67 Min.-lfnu Pan QR 'oekmderjpebbieagzsa ' Ockandenllorettalli . oicmineii, Nikki-111 Tj 0fDonnel1, Maureen 52" I'0effinger, Sylvia 111 I " Ogdeng.-Martin 52 I , ' Ogden, Todd 111 0'Gorm an, Colleen 111 O'Hagan, Tony B2 O'l-Iara, David 96 O'i-lara, James 52 O'l-lata, John 52 O'l-lara, Laurie 12,53,67,45a O'Laughlin, Lili 111 0'Laughlin, Mary 111 O'Laughlin, Nora 96 O'Laughlin, Sheila 53,67 I Oliver, Glenda'96 ' Olmstead, Cindi 96 Olsen, Bonnie 53 Olson, Jeff 53 Onstad, Nicki 53 Opell, David lll Orlando, Jill 82 Oren, Neal 54,67,70 1 Orr, Richard 96.10641 ' Oishoff,'l'ana 135 Otis, Stephanie 111 I Otten, Laura 53 . I Owens, Bill 111I,B-'D foldout Owens, Vicki 96 17 Oxrford, Shelly 96 Pachuta, Jodi 54,67,69 Pacyne, Mark 111 Padilla, Dan 82,96 Pagnoni, Rene 82 Palmer, Debbie 54,67 Palmer, Eric 96 Pallen, Virginia 82 . Palma, Crystal 82 Palma, Mark 95' I f Palmer, Greg'54 I V Pannkuk, Julie 54 V ' 5 Panther, Michele 83,22a,30a Paolucci, Lisa 96 ' Papanier, Yvonne 83 f Pape, Melinda 54 Papenhausen, Dana 83 n,...-,.. 1-1- nn ..,. ,i'Pitchford, Laura B3,40a,41a Pippiinrxigi 97 I - 'I Pittman, Marc 97' Pittman, Pam 55 Pligkyg Mike 112' w'PlLlfSliQg,GL9ig55 1 " 7 Podorsek, Mary 74,B3,34a,35a,37a,45a ' Poiter, Carol 112 Polan, Kathy 83 Pollard, Kelly 97 Pollard, Sherry 97 Pollay, Jill 83 Pollock, Greg 55 Poncedeleon,,Becky 112 Porter, Ann S3 I 5 Porter,-Bil1I97 ' ' Porter, Boii1,12,B foldout Porter, Pam'83 ' , Pospisil,-Cheryl 112 ' Post, Dawn 112 Postle, Chris 112 Postle, Richard 83 Potts, Bob 83 Pound, Francis 97 I Pound, Julie ' II Pourids',f,Kathy,55 ' , Power,"EricQ3i 3 5' 'K' PT5att,Lisa,1'1Z, . ,, Ilireciado, Lupe 55 'I X Prerfio, Pau97j , , - Preston, Spencer 551f 4, , Price, Melinda'83 Q ' ' Pnce, Rebecca 97 Principe,-Mike 97,40a' I Prodger, Pam SSI .f .1 Propers, Russ 97 Provenzano 112, 2Pruitv., Melody 112 Pruyn, Melissa 83 ,4 ' Pry, Dan 129 Puente, Rebecca 55 Puente, Richard 88 ' Pugh, Jane 83,13a,25a Pugh, Tom 112' Purcell, Lyn 83 Purgill, Rick 56,67 Quilter, Tim 112 Robles, Mike' 183 Robson, Iain 97 Rocha, Kathlene 56,67,3Lia,34a - Roche, Steven C. 56,67,45a 7' Roche, Torn 84,83aI ' Rodriguez, Ann L12 Rodriguez, Elwood 56 Rodriguez, Joe' 126,index Rogers, Kim 97 , Rogers, Mark 84 Roggenstroh, Kurt 84 Roite, Janet 112 Roiter, Denise 112 Roller, Mark 56 Roller, Tim 112 Roscrance, Gail 97,33a Rosernann, Kersten 56,8-1,25a.52a Rosenbaum, Mike 112 - Ress, Chris 83,84,45a Ross, Eddie 112 Ross, Mike 97,403 Rose, David'97 ' D - Rotte, Laura 56,67,45a Roum, James H. 57,67 Rouse, Bill 84 ' if P 1 ' I '"3Roiie?Lesl-ieri12,4-0a,a1a II ' f,Roiiied'der,R6nda97iI , Rubi15i?SEeve,6:4,88a -1 5 M ' veneers, r1eoh3fd,:i1aoI Qgpl 'Rd'desi1l,-Brett: L1,2,83a:89a Rage, Skim i12,,fI -, , Ruggles,,Lori 57,6715 -' 1. 1'Rueii,ga9'5rp5i1L 3 , 5, . ' Ruminel, Rallrih 57 ' - Rust, Valerie.'57'III my I Ryan, Teresa 5,7,67g,7O, .' ,.-,f ' S aavedra, Scott 97 Sabetta, John 112-I Y, Sage, M.F, 57,67 - Sage,Tami84,97 ' Sage, Theodore 57 Salsbury, Clay 84,89 ' Samu, Eddie 112 ' Sander, Donna 97 Sander, Jan 112,45a Sanders, Bill 83a,89a Sanders, Brian 97,83a,89a Sanders, Mark 57,10a,20a,23a bhultz Shumate, Robert 98 Siegel. Danny 113 St L d 8- Siegel, Marc 59,67 Stigyririz-aiilgg U Siegele, Sharon 113,34a,36a,54a Siegle, Paul 10a Silver, Barry 84,35a,88a Silver, Tony 83a,89a Simmins. Danise 113 Simmons, Debbie 98 Simmons, Vance Vargas, Vamell Vau Veith Venolia. Venol ia, Tom Ventura, Steve 15,62,67, Veme, Barbara 115 Vialpando, Burt 115 Vieira, Kenneth 63 Vieth, Kathy' 1,inr,r0 ,Vieth, Teri 86 FL, Vincelli. Jennifer 115 vockerath, Trish 86 1 Vignate, John 99 V "M" Lauri 115,33-fx, Vince GBA' ' icole 115 Ray 115 Mike 13 B6 -10a 115 foldou R. 63,86 'ba i YJ, ,X .r Patrons of 19 6 Pawprint Curt Wagner 982-2 Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village Mr. and Mrs. Don G1-igsby International Silks and Woolens Congratulations to the graduating class of 1976 189 Moorpark Road - at the Mall Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Mays LaW1'H1S, Westlake P1323 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson Ralph's - Save-on Center Carpet Town Magyari's Jewelers 620 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Orange Julius Conejo Honda 7-11 Thousand Oaks Blvd. 3302 Thousand Oaks Blvd. 495-7079 "Treat yourself to a slurpee" 7-11 Conejo Stationers and Booksellers Steve's Pool Service and Supply 3234 Thousand Oaks Blvd. 1360 Thousand Oaks Blvd. 498-8386 Courtesy Chevrolet Westlake Tennis and Swim Club 3610 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Westlake Travel Service The Fortune Cookie 960 Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village Chinese Food to Go-2109 T.O. Blvd. T.J.'s Tee Shirts The Greenery Nursery 3178 Thousand Oaks Blvd. 2099 Thousand Oaks Blvd. 495-0510 Zorba's Coffee Shop Hinds All American Boy 1771 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. 495-0524 Hinds Bros. - Store for Men . W QW E -E la, 2 Q-. itir , i Honor English One observing classroom discussion. ' Patrons of the Memorial production of Man ofLa Mancha Anderson Pool Service Ralphs Thousand Oaks, Calif. 91360 1100 W. Artesia Blvd. Andrews Lumber Co. Compton, CA 90220 9755 Owensmouth-Chatsworth Sambos 497-4474 213-882-6660 38878 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Westlake Village Frontier Printers 495-7312 Sears 497-4566 3097 Los Feliz Dr. TOks 145 W. Hillcrest Dr. Graphic Reproduction Center Inc. Security Savings 497-3747 1712 Newbury Park Rd., N.P. 498-3501 974 S. Westlake Vlg. MCA Repco St. Julie Billiart 498-3602 McDonalds 498-1043 2475 Borchard Rd., Newbury Park 850 N.,Wendy Dr., Newbury Park The Lords Storehouse 495-6136 O'Connor Brother's Studio 487-0611 11 E, Hillcrest Dr, T.O. SOUl2l'1 A St. Oxnard Ventura Elegtrgnicg 7 ,A 9 3 1330 N. Moorpark Rd. T.Oks 41 11 Qkkmasmenmu Goodb e to a Fine Teacher and Sen iti e Gentleman On January 25, 1976, Mr. James Mcllwain, a long-time employee of the Oxnard Union High School District and the Conejo Valley Unified School District, passed away due to illness. Mr. Mcllwain was employed by Oxnard High School in 1958. He transferred to Hue- neme High School upon its opening in 1959, working as Head Basketball Coach and Social Science teacher. He taught at Thousand Oaks High School upon its opening in 1962 until his transfer to Newbury Park High School upon its opening in 1966. Mr. McIlwain was teaching there when he took his medical retirement in 1975. He was Very popular among both stu- dents and faculty at Newbury Park High School. Those who knew him well had nothing but respect, love, and admiration for him. In Memory 144 111111 1111111 111,11 1, 1 ,1111 1111 11 11111W1f111'1111111116'1 11 1 a1111z"111g11111111111 111111111 1. 11.11 1111. ' 111ll""1'11111111111 1111 1111 M111 T'f1'T"1f"f1f'1WV1FV1'7"121V11 1-1' 1111111111111'f111.1111111x1111.111111 111111111'111111111111'1111I111'11111' ' L,11111,1, 1311111111111111111111111 , 1'11111111'11111111111111'11111111r 1111111111111111L'W111111.111,- 111111111111,.1111,11,1,11,1,,1.1,11,111 1,1111 11111111 .11111111.1,1:1 11111111 1 1 1 1 1111,111,111,,111 111111 111,111 1111, 1 ,,.,,1, 111111'z'11111.,1111111111 ,11111111111111111-11111 1, ,,1 1111 "1111 1 1111 1 1,1111 11 1 , 1111:11111111,11111111.,,1111111,111,1. ,11,11111111,1111,.11.1111,.11 1'11 1 w'1'11G1'1' 111' . 11 11111111111111111111111 11W11111"1 31 111111 1.111111 1 ' '111111111111.111111111411111 1 111, 111111,1111,11, 1 , 1111111111111111 1 1 1 11-11 111111111111'1'11111.1 11' 1 1 111 11 1-11g11J.1111111z1,11111111111111'1111111111111111111111111W1'1111 111111, 1111111111111 1 11111111-1111'11111 11, 11 .111.1,1,1111, 11111111.f'111111 1.1 1111 ,,1,i 1111111,.,1,1,1,11111.1111'111'11 1 1 1 111 11,1 111,11,1,111111 1111, 1 11 11111,,1,,,,.1 ,111 ,1 , 1111141111 1. 1 1 1,1 1 1,1111 , 1 111.11 .1 1111111 11,11 1..-1,1 ,1 .11 11 11. 1.1 111 1111111,.1111J11'111111111 11111 11 115 111 111111 1111111111 11171 111111 1, 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 1 ,,,,1111.,1, 111111 11 1111111 1111111,11111111,1111111111 11111111 1111111 1'1111 111111p11111111111111111 11 1111111 111111 1-1111.11 '1111 11111111111-1 111.61 . 11111111111111,11111 111- 111, 111' 1f1111111111111111111 11111-11"111111111 '1 1111 11,1,111111,,11,,,,11,1y1111,1.111.1111111111 1 11.11 111, 11. 12-11" 1,1 1, ,1 11,1111.1'111,11,,,1WL' 11,111 111 11J111:1W11"111 4111111 11111111 ' 1f'I1'11'1' 1 1111111'11111W111'111111111111 11 11 . 11 1111.11 1111111111111 111 1,11 1x'1'11I'11 12111111 11' 11 , .11., 1 ,.11 1111 1 ,11 1,11 '1.'11f1.1111111.1111111111711111111 11'ill,l' ll 11151111"1'11111111111'11'11'11' 11' 1.111 11 1 1 1 1 11 '111'11111111'11,11111111111111 1 '1111l111 1111111111111 1111 1111111 17 111-1111 1 1 111111 1 111!! 1115111 11111111111,11,11,1'11111111111,1111, , 1 11 12'-111111 "1,111J1'1'7"11'J7 1111111.11111 1111 1-111 111 11 1.1 1 111.1 ,,1,,11,,1111,1111111111111111111111111,11g11,1Q1111111 1 -111'11l.1'1111111111111111111,11f11111111', 11111 1.11 11 1 . 11 11111111 11 11,1111111.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111. 1 11'1111111111111111111111111'11111111111111.111 1111111111111 1, 11 1111111111.111111111111..1:111111.1111111 1 131111111111111111111j111.111:.,11111,1W1111Z11111111111111' 1 111111111Kj1111,1.111L1'f1'111 11111. ' 1-11 1 1 1111119111111111' A"""'l"11'1'111'111111W 1 11. 1 0111 1 11 11111111 '1 11 ,'111 111111111111111 1111111111111 11 , 1 11, l '1111 1 1 . 11111 '1 .1 11111 , 1111112 1111 111 1 111' 11 f111'1111J11:.1 1 1111' 1111111111 1111 111111 ,,11111 1111U111:!H1111111 11 1 11,.11111:1111111 11 11 11 1 11 1" 1 111 ,1 , 11 1 1 11111111 '1111-1 111111111111u11'1Z111111,111 , ,1, ,1,11,1,, 1,1111 , 1,,1111,,,111,11,1 1 ,,,,,.1, ,,,,1,, , , 1111111 1 111111111111 1111, 1 11 11111111111 11,1 111111111111111111111 11 111111111 1-1 1' 111 1 11 111 1111 11 111 1 11 1 1'11'11 '11 1111111 711111 111 1'.1 1 1' 1 1111111 1 1 1, 11 1 11 1 UL ,1 ,,,1,, ',1, 1, ,,111,,.W111,1 V, ,7,,,1 1 , 111 1 1 111111 "' '11'i" 111111'1"l1 111 111 1 J 1 11,1,1'11'11 11' 1 11111111111 I1 1 11111111 1' 1 111.l11,1,,,1 '1 511,111 11111111 1 1'1'1i"' 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 111 111111 1 11 1l 1 111 '1'11" 1 1,111 1 1 1 1 11 1 1, 1 1 "11111 '1111 1 1 1 ' 1'1111" ,I Ib 111111111 111 1 1 111 1.1 111 1111 111,111 1 1 , 1,,,1 '1 , 1 111 11111 111111111 11 ,,,, 1 1 1 11,11 1 ,, , 311111 1Z:11,1111111" 1 ,, 1 1 ' .11 , 11Mg!111111,11W11, 1. 1111 11 1111111111 1' 1111111,1'. 11,1 '1111'1G1 111111111 113 1 I ' ' '11111111!""""Jff"1Z1l11'1'111:1i'1111i"'1'l1'V ,,,,1,,,,,1,1q11,,,1111111J111'11 1 1 , ,1'11,11,, .1 11111 1 1 111. 1. 1 1111 111 1f1f1'1f11'211111111111 11 1111 1111. 1 1'2'1,1qf1ifi1111'l' ,1, ,1111111111111'1'1,1,,, 1' 'Mfg 1 1!11111111,1," 111 1 1 1111111-1 , 11g1l,1,1'111111 :111 ,1,1",1:.'1111 ,, 111111 1, 1111' 1.11 1,1 ,1 1, 1, 11 . 1 1 1' 11,, 111111 1 1 I 1 11 1,1,1 11111 "1111,11111111111-, , 1, ,,,,1, 11 1,11 111 ,111-!1'1111"11' ' ,1 ',111111y11, 1, 1 1, -11g1,1 111, ,11 111111111111111111111111- 1 11 11' 1 11 1 1 ,1 1 121'11111111111'1111' 1111 11111111-.1111'-11111111.11 11 1 .1111111111"111111.1L 1 "1'111'1'11l"1""1l1 1111 1 l 111,'1 Q1 '11 11 111, 1 1 111., 1 11 1111' ,1111 1 11' 1111' 1111 11,,1, 1111111111 111 ,1 1 111,11 ,11.,,11,1,11,1111,11 1111 1 11 1 1,,111:1111:1,.,111, ,1 1 1 ' 1' 1111111111',.'11.11 111 111 111 ' 111111111111111'1'1f11W 1 1 1 1111111111 11111 1 1 "1111111" 1.111 111,1'1111: 1111111111 11111,,R111,'1'1111,1J111',,1 1, 1 1311111 1 1 1 '11111111,, , 1 .1.11111111,1, .1 ,1 ' 21'1111'11:f1'1.' 111211111-1'i11.1 1 U11 111111 1 1 111111 111 l 141 I'f1 ','11Q A11,1111,11,111 1 11111.11,,,1,,,,,,,, 11.111,1,111111111111I'1g11f1,1,111111 1 1 ,, " 11:111111.111'111111' 1 11111111111111 ,1111 1 ' "",11Q,,11 '1111 11111,:1111111111111111111111111 ,111111.111 11 e1 1 , 11111'11111'1,1111111 ,1111,,11,1111,,1111 Hn 1.x'11.111,11111111" 11. cknowledgements -MQ., ',.- .owwxsii'+wvxY-'Mi?ma.m.- :,f1.1:m-?'+fP'w.- V ,f f- "f-'-w5555,5x3g.V'A- P Z .,,, . . ,h ' i ' - 'MPX 4, N , , , J fskwwvr - -' - - , , . :f-f, --,.E':s'-1 B'f'Tf'?5 f'?'?1vY':!3'0! -1 if A .,', Q, .Q 1.2-:mei A L . . , , S. ' 2 i i 7115 h. S , 7 '21 , 'fi 'lf :Fifi ""i:'fi:fE'f nj, , 3 ...-' -V'w ,,k., :V :-5,553 ' H . ii W rlvss "" 4VA ..,,-.,.x..fs.,,.,siggi,f,,,Y,Y.,,..,,?..,,,,!.,.,...Y,!,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,Y Advertisers - for their patronage Advisor - Mrs. Colell for her patience and en- durance Business department - for the use of type- Writers Larry O'Connor - photography, photo supplies, excellent senior portraits and Without him the yearbook wouldn't be. Administration - for being there Veri and Gretchen - their continuous aid Anne Whitted - excellence in bookkeeping and assistance Bob Valentine and his photo lab - Without this facility it would be difficult to meet dead- lines Tom Schneider - our fine representative Warren Firth - his kind assistance Nancy Getman - for a tremendous job as editor my - -f..1 : f 1 4-9 : OJ E 2 cz. or : rn l-4 GJ E E :1 cn Summer Supplement 144a W-i,r ' U.i'-ffs' i 'f5!Q1Q'1if-3' -:FLff.'fQ,Q"-V V ' 1 . .M.:,g-T.-?i'ifl'N 551: -' - ---- 'A "'I' ,:-'yr .. Mi., ,,.,..,:Jr--....-,a.. , -V , ,Q """"""" ' ' "JL" 4-"Jr"-1 -f--'W' 'fi--,-A-' f' Hgh, 5,91 ,Jim Lorie Ponzuric Brown died November 29, 1975 in a fatal motorcycle accident. She was a spon- i taneous, enthusiastic, hard working, well liked teacher on our campus. The entire school mourned the loss of the young woman who sin- cerely cared about her students and her craft. ,gm 44. -M n In Dedication to Lorie iffy if QW W , mga CW How's this for bionic strength? , says Scott Gove. He works on his running long jump everyday and leaps further every- time. During the hard practices, Curt Ausmus improves his form and speed. He makes the hurdles with ease which helps build up points. f 4, V6 Jeff Shoop is always ready to lend a helping-hand to Jeff Mathews. The relay team they made proved to be a greaL success. Track 141a Track Panther Tracksters on the Run Danny Esparza is so light-footed he hardly touches the ground. He's all set to go, and be the first one across the finish line. "Whew!" "Only ten more laps to go," says Steve Smith. They work this hard every practice and improvement really shows. In 1975, the Varsity Track Team ended up with a 5-2 record for the season, while the Frosh-Soph team went undefeated to capture the Mar- monte League Championship. Only a few top performers were lost from the '75' team. Coach Stew- art said he expected all of the teams to do extremely well. Although he stated, "our league is very well balanced this year, so it will be an ex- tremely close race for first place". Keith Broccoli, Curt Ausmus, Mark Bradley, and Jeff Mathews were our top performers this year. "I sure hope this thing holds up," says Mike Davis, but he's really worried about going over the top. If the bar doesnlt fall he'll win the event and help out the team. l40a Track An odd Variety of campus sports 1 i 138a Sports l A collective group of Jun o s doing their favor te passt me reclymg and rela ng Newbury Park sports have grown in the last couple of years. New buildings, equipment, and more and more stu- dents have become more involved in sports bringing in new talent. Students arenit just involved in school sports such as Basketball and Football. Students and teachers show their own individual personalities and favorite passtime outside and in school. For instance, Worth Crouch shows his class how well he can do a handstand and sing God Bless America simultaneously. A variety of campus activities in- cluded gossip, music, wheels, and strut- ting on hands Sz feet. if. fm H H 'Q Q h u,z.+.m.v.?. is . A-4 b'1. .. :fe if Zfriagw WU' -A 15. 'f ,iss ,MKS 4 stef:-s . ima' K Jeff Kunisaki is up to bat while his fellow teammates watch on. Paul Stone takes a flying leap for first base. Boys Baseball 137a Both boys and girls work hard at this game 136a Girls Softball Both the girls softball and boys baseball came out of the season doing pretty Well. The boys baseball team had many juniors returning from last year and had new players from the J.V. team. The girls also had many ex- perienced players on their team this year. "Many of the girls have been in bobby sox before and are very good play- ers. I was pleased with the way they performed this season." - Miss Winsky. KLook for more baseball and softball pictures plusslgeir team pictures in the summer Supple' Robin Robb stretches for the ball to complete another out for Newbury Park men . Gemma Marshall receives a ground ball Easy out on first I ..- r l JV Golf: Front Rowg Greg Iglehart, Dave Hamilton, Kent Showalter, Dave hart. Back Rowg Bret Crose, Mike Hungerford, Doug Coburn, Nick Wond- Zaidman, John Strempel, Renee Delgado, Tony Wondka, Stewart Igle- ka, Greg Fonteyne, Ken Collins, Brian Breslin. Jim JV Golf l35a l -,Ii -K ,..-r. -.-.--fm-cr.-vm! Unique form is . fs style Rich Drewes chips the ball to get in close and putts the ball in, making par. Brian Vanderpool measures the distance and angle for a birdie. 134a Varsity Golf Completing the drive, Jody Mack makes good yardage bringing the ball up close. V Carl Johnson is on his way to making a winning shot. Scott Martin shows his perfect form with a drive down the fairway. Dean Simpson lining up for a putt during the Thousand Oaks match. Varsity Golf 133a Golf Panther Golfers choose the right course for their '7 6 season a Varsity Golf Varsity Golf:Front Rowg Brian Vanderpool, Carl Johnson. Back Rowg Dean Simpson, Jody Mack, Coach Thomas, Rich Drewes, Scott Martin. This year the golfers had a pre-season record of eight Wins and four losses. N.P.H.S. finished second in the league and went to the C.I.F. sec- tional playoffs Where the team finished tenth out of the thirty best teams in the area. The team had three returning lettermen, Rich Drewes, Dean Simpson, and Brian Vanderpool. Also returning to make up the Varsity Team were Scott Martin, Jody Mack and Carl Johnson. For the first time in three years, Freshmen and Sophomores were able to try out for both Varsity and Junior Varsity matches. Great Gentle G ninast 2 fa During the match against Royal, Julie Ausmus performs her routine on the balance beam. Crystal Holts practices her leaps across the room with perfect stride, before a match. Gymnastics 131a 130a Gymnastics A X" N:-WEN vw, fo if rc Glynis Chaffin works on the uneven parallel bars, with style and grace Christy Decker finishes her routine with graceful balance. Molly Hartman practices a handstand, on the balance beam! l!'!3 ?? Molly Hartman showing her poise and balance. Jeanine Mogan gives a big smile after finish- Miss Wilson takes time out from practice to joke around. mg her rountme on the balance beam. "The Newbury Park Gym- mnastic Team competed in the Marmonte League for the first time this year. As a gymnastic group, we organized a carwheel-a-thon raising money for team leotards. The girls then held a Christmas raffle to help with athletic team ex- penses. The girls have worked very hard on their routines and their efforts have been rewarded with a prosperous year. Con- sidering the team consists of underclassmen, next year should be an excit- ing time for competition." -Donna Wilson Gymnastics l29a 12Sa Gymnastics Gymnastics team: Frontg 'Molly Hartman. Front Rowg Laura Mc- Cabe, Juli Symons, Glynis Chaf- fin, Debbie Luther. Second Rowg Gail Robb, Beth Barad, Crystal Holts, Robin Giamela. Third Rowg Dana Clemons, Cindy Humbert, Julie Ausmus, Christy Decker, Beth Kilcrease, Miss Wilson. Back Rowg Lisa Hernandez, Lorie 7Collier, Jeanine Mogan, Colette Corbett CNot Pictured: Joni Carnpbellj. -m-nmnwrmn-1, W. NV Gymnastics Graceful, glrdrng gymnasts Glynis Chaffin shows well at many matches. . ,fn ,J 1 l - ,- A,-V1 A X , , I lnsftjf , iff? X 1 Ifgx f W fav 1 A xx ann M X X Ab 1 in n ,N :fl ol, HTLQCPQWD-' otofo x"X ,fin X, f ily A lvl N A, A l fy, D FX Q I L1 W A du il ' I' 'X fl: ,A 1 X I r' ' l , -. D M:-1 V ,-'df TW L..f1,,i0' 'tjflsalp 'M' off::4s4.iF-4f'sf's,fs'l l X X ' QB ll A ll Q Q wifi lib V l , as we .L all Jflvuv U are iflfslalctl lsllfiajlfx Cx X V - px fl- R K5 J ll lla Q. ll k.flT?J13'vYl Q Y lvxgsgr 9 QLJQJ A' K L W ll l , ' f, .ov V I ty afglglffwlfg UV l we lflfwseo 0 i ll Ft s M wi l Y than 'D Owgx iffy! 0 I fl Q -vupt itiwzcstrfm - f, QCPM-Q A J, ' .Cosmos so 'lflyflrsfksflfkbgy X ' ' fff'?,4f'wA' , f rf r ,t,f,.4u-wwfwf V , W l an A FZ, V-:Q 19231, , ' ' W X Lisa Dillon warming up before a match. She knows it will be a tough one to Brett Korf really knows how to hustle. He moves all over the court win but her backhand is strong. ready every time to return the ball. A Tim Hackett shows us his no eyes, no hands method. Tennis 127a X I Different Strokes for Different Folk v The ball goes straight up and Jeff Richards racquet goes back and straight thru. J eff's serve demonstrates good form. Russ Laningham puts one down the line. 12621 Tennis , - 4 N N N -if HJ 1 3. 1 ' ,L 5c,b3f , wx --.rf , .. f , Q , 'ffiiiiifi .g ' 4 F Wit wit , 'ffm' 1 iw ' 'J' '?"f9'f'I- i1f?i'mQy "Elisha W , i ' W ' ' e, i ,N ft. W li iaiifwi-fa W it mi- 1 'ff 1 , 1 i ui'l.xM i The number one player, Sean Brawley during a match shows how he earned the title. 5 A Paul Anderson shows us his forehand swing. He never takes his eye off the ball his consentra- tion pays off. - mmm-w.,.r' y A y ff 5 f-W .J ' if Piev , Paul Moore takes it slooow and smoooth. He knows he better take it easy and put a good spin on it. we fr W.. x Q- . . .,,. ", Q1 QM., M. 'fm i y Dale Hovious-His hands. move quicker than the eye, as his backhand smashs the ball over the net to ace his opponent, Tennis l25a Tennis The Number One Racquet gwwwQe5Q?i4mw mv rkfwvwwwwwww Wig: A f - l24a Coach Dick giving the team a few pointers before a match. The players pay close attention and the advice pays off. Tennis Come on baby, all the way! thinks Jeff Richards, with a quick fore- hand to make it 30-Love. This year's 1976 Newbury Park Tennis Team began the season with stiff preleague competition. Led on by their number one man, sophomore Sean Brawley, the team faced tough matches against Dos Pueblos, Bishop Diego, and Agoura. League compe- tition once again keyed on the perennial cross town rivalry between Newbury Park and Thousand Oaks, with the league cham- pion emerging from those matches. Throughout the year Coach Dick was quite pleased with the improvements of Paul Moore, Paul Anderson, Tim Hackett, Jeff Richards, Jackie Ballinger and Dale Hovi- ious. Several bright J.V. prospects looking forward to breaking into Varsity level are Russ Laningham and Brett Korf, last year's "Most Valuable J.V. player". fTeam pic- ture will be in the Summer Supplimentl X1 A X, xx, , g X lY5aWff' K ,f . , e Yf , ,. n fygf XXX 'KY Nfl! K -,f Y 54' , lj, ,I-tj, xi. a Y., if 1 ,V X g xy f xyf X111 ,J X X sw Ax fit XY! X, XY, .lx 'A fx ' gr fl- gl ' xi Yi Silzxx K by -X X X! . L my 4, 4 .V 1 six V fx xv ,R 1, f Af 1' f j Yzffj if X f!,Xy f!rr.1, if iffvlffff I ff, ff ,Z A 4 1. 1 w .lv .4la,Ali 'a,,l4w-r2QJiA5'!,X" my . 7 K 4 g , . 1 1 i7 1 1 y r 4 Y 1 Y Y , 1 sf' 'fi f K C Y C A 1 5 r 1 r I Q ' 1 tixx 4 f f ' f K I, 1,1 K!lK,.,X' ,xjxlyqxny K 'l f- '--' 1 xxx V1 1 WX-cfs".H"wNR-fat-gilxlr DR , .v , .4., 4 Y , , .V , X" " ' .g 1-,Q IRRVQJQX ,. , XVQXAYVKJXV 19-4- , f 'r 4 , yin l'1-3-,,4""A"'Jx'!5Jx.'xljx 9 A M Robin Robb gets all knotted up-again, and again and again. H, 4., V' ,f.,,.,.L,4,,-f mf 4 . X Nfrfqf A typical tennis practice-or is it a match Coach Washburn? LeeAnn Uskali in her supreme form. , If K3 xi V W A H A ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,gJJ Varsity Tennis 123a V Tennis The Typical Tenacious Tennis Team-Varsity n r Varsity Tennis: Front Rowg Karen Haratuneian, Claudette St. Romain, Rowg Sue Scott, Alison Anderson, Coach Sandi Washburn, Dawn Cathy Ferguson, Robin Robb. Second Row, LeeAnn Uskali, Becky Trahan, Kathy Willson. Schwartz, Karen Willis, Belinda Kurczeski, Karen Hageman. Back "Our Varsity tennis team finished the season, tied for fourth in league with a 3-7 record. This team improved tremendously over last yearsefforts, and We are looking ahead to a very strong team next year. The Most Improved Player Award Went to Karen Hartuneian, while Robin Robb received Most Valuable Player",-Coach S. Washburn. Image of a coach-Sandi Washburn. 12251 Varsity Tennis f-sfvwffwvfl H' s , rn-rw Q, 5 in 'Q ffif a iarss A5325 Lv Q-ihaiaxg " "1 Ja F 4 "1Vs.'x" l Q , ix H Q x U H ia! 4' was fi'ig'i2i!If1g'1 Q-2 N41a'4'1'Ak ,. 1 4 ,o,, . 4 Y, y' ,Q Z ' J, , 4 +..,,, 1-4 , 4 Christy Colvin makes a good shot, making an important point during a match, while Sara Walton looks on. Two players are ready for a tough match against Thousand Oaks High School. During the teams practice hours, Lynne taps the ball over making it a tough retum for her opponent. J.V, Tennis 121a First - Time J is "This years junior varsity team finished the season, tied for second in league with a 6-4 record. This was the first J.V. tennis team N.P. had and they ended a fun filled, fantastic season quite successfully. Patti Hosaki, playing number two singles, gave T.O. the only loss they received in the season. The Most Improved Player Award was given to Kelly Milner. Nina Dillon received the Most Valuable Player Award".-Coach C. Winsky ,.w,dy,M?ou ew?-2--s Q91 45.1 2 Qifiafiaeaaietzfiikefmaawr 53254 That super grin, again, from Coach Connie Winsky. zsf:fm:f.iffl-R 1 ' ' .V--.4 Efagvnrf V, hr' -5 fi14ff:f4Lf+fxifi-a'iA95f:1s.r f25lgf57+'f4: ff? W f' i . . 3' . me-tfpzazz 'ww 2,-. - n ffwffw it ' T 3 r . 1 A P ' 4' . -fr' , ' , ? ,, f -A 'c .1 f ' ' ,f f A y I ' ' ' I' , .N ., -.ft 51, V ' A . K , L H ' , Y 'lyvp , 1 ,4w,,,...a:an g i n? K , My I . 1 ' 24, - ' ,W . -4, A ' Q2 E ' ,"e W . 23,5 ' ' Q . ' r f rr, 2 , 1 -i-i' Q ta1g:5gg,:s..f 1 g ry . , , ,,,. S g ii . , fi --F 1 s A L , .... , .J f g - Q K -J 'W . gi 2 4 A .lf A CQ.Yg?,,,, Q: ' f - iii , V ,, , 1, eggs, f 1 . L ,. Q--1 ...MN M-K ' ., ,, Q.. A . f 6 .... ax ,,,.,,.. 3-:za ""' ' Junior Varsity Volleyball: Front Rowg Cindy Olmstead, Patti Hosaki, Jackie Burke, Aspasia Drivas, Coach Winsky, Christy Colvin, Sara Terri Troisi, Kris Kutcher, Kelly Milner. Back Rowg Mary Heyendrich, Walton. 120a J.V. Tennis f ,E 'Q -f ew, ' 1, :af - Aj., ,. ,Vi i, I M if TYR" .Q - - x I i 1 Q, A, i ,xi Coach MH1'tiDibb1e focuses OU Same- Senior Volleyball: Front Rowg Vicki Lacasella fPizzal Farm-out, Genie Garber CGraberJ Guess what !?, Melissa Kitnick fShrimp or Shortyj 'gln all my years of Volleyball there's something I'll never forget. In the middle of a game I missed the ball and ended up sit- ting on it!" Back Rowg A- -,'-1l- - , Judy Wilson CSCAGJ The important thing is this . . , to be able in any moment to sacrifice what we are, for what we could become. -Charles Du Bois, Gemma Marshall CPaja- maj As many on lookers' viewed, I played in the game with many gestures when on the bench. Patty Harpel, Winners never lose and losers never quit. ss , a aa a Becky Baker, who's on the All Star League First Team, shows forrn when she's ready for the spike. Varsity Volleyball l19a olle ball Vicious Varsity Volleyball 4 Sv' 1-1,1-x ,f - . .pf W'- . ,A .gui-14: . yy M51 T' if ff J .43 -..-pvs-v-s-1 Y,.... ,... Varsity Volleyball: Front Rowg Colleen Casey, Judy Wilson, Sheryl Clark, Patty Harpel. Back Rowg Melissa Kitnick, Coach Laura Meyers. Second Rowg Gemma Marshall, Nancy Getman, Marti Dibble, Jody Mack. Donna Kabot, Becky Baker, Vicki Lacasella, Laureen Swiertz, 118a Varsity Volleyball "We will call this year a building one. We Won 10 games this year as compared to 2 games last year. For the second straight season we have com- peted in CIF Volleyball and we're looking forward to next year's season. Our six graduating seniors will be missed, but I feel strongly that our juniors will be able to step in and give us a strong team. The Marmonte League All Star Teams were graced by Judy Wilson on 2nd team and Becky Baker on lst team. The Most Improved Player Award was given to Vicki Lacasella and Becky Baker was the Most Valuable Player." Coach M. Dibble all .- ,g in 1' A set then Camarillo. is f Q .'-,usa Q .V ,V mngfgq 'ln ww! .....,. , ..., . ,. ..-. 4 7,1 2:55 ii Y . ,, , fy.. 1 4. V f?fa,fffyAr'Q,72 ww fr f nfszu-ff 6Mv.g'1:qmM aw re: ,I -f' , , ,W grzf-:gn ., . :,:,ay ,l -V -"-- f ,,'f?1Ef:Zff' I , iff, rw. .4 ,- 'J 'V . 5 a strong spike by Holly Eggbreckt to win the game against K ff W , li' 1 ,m-1-www., L Y?iT7'f? W ..ier l , W fs . Q ff . ,. gf R XLKV L -iq Mary Marshall-I'm glad it's not someone's face. 8 an -A"'AAP- nn Q E N5 WR V ' 4' , .1 5 ff J Z . 41 ,, .wif A ' N I , ,,,. M,,.,,,,,k, 1 , ........ 'il r f . . Just a minor collision-Jane Conrad and Mary Marshall. . ,., lv 'ZS' 'if .1 ? Jane Conrad and Rosie Duran dance their way through another one. ,l.V. Volleyball 117a 116a J.V. Volleyball "The junior varsity volley- ball team finished the season third behind TC. and Oxnard. Our season record was an even 5-5, not bad for the very first J.V. volleyball team at New- bury Park. Our Most Improved Player was Mary Marshall, and our Most Valuable Player was Rosie Duran. The Junior var- sity all league selection was also Rosie Duran for first teamfl Coach N. Parvin B' 75-76 JV Volle ball Coach Nori Parvin gets caught-candid. Front Row: Cheryl Matz, Adriana Hamud. Second Rowg Duran, Jennie Decker, Back Row: Denise Bergern, Jane CCoach Nori Parvinl Nancy Willson, Mary Marshall, Rosie Conrad, Susana Howes, Michele Cotts, Lauren Hamess. f vf ,fff F 7 . .Strive for ar it U0 ' ft 1 V 1 1 7 f ,fy I f"' lgyflff f'4 V , , t fi' , !Q2jf'5'fL4r i 1 '7'W ff?7'ii'M'ii A f A. e, , ,e i ffl f!e7.f Z ,jf jljlrgvyi knew ,4f'e',f,W'. flwwif , ff- , if ,f iw gpjiflfif if f5'f54 Zi! lf- , Q lygzffyly fir? ffZ",7Q'j 'J' JT Tfffgilfl, 1 ,4f1V.f:" 9 if 71 J.V. Wrestlingg Front Row: Ricky McElvain, Hicks, John Lanzarone, Tim Noble, Harold Co- Steve Gilder, Nelson Alberts, Mike Woy, Mark vent, John Bellinghiere. Back Row: Pete Postel, Wessels, Scott Pickles. Second Row: Tim Shea, Ron Kates, Chad Corbett, Mike Melira, John Tom Muscarella, Jack Kinney, Carl Carlson, Montalbano. 'U but Nelson has won most ofthem so far. The J.V. wrestlers show great style and promise. Richard Heinz shows great aggressiveness with style. ff 4 X ff! ,'.1,,M1 ,..GrZZfa39v5'fw6'?+: - ff ,QL Nelson Alberts gets ready to go for the pin. It'll be a hard match J .V. Wrestling 115a f Af FroshfSoph ill restle On Frosh !Soph Wrestler Bob Keen pins his rnan after a long struggle. Nelson Alberts takes a minute to show us his physique during his J.V. 114a Frosh !Soph Wrestling match. 01" . FroshfSoph Wrestling, Front Row: Rick Kinney, Bruce Jones, Bob Fassl, John Messenbring, John Bechard, Paul Cleath. Second Row: Tony Jones, Kevin Cowan, Mike Pence, Todd Schwartz, Tim Hooker. Third Row: Kyle Wells, Greg Halker, Cowdy Crowder, Bob Keen, Mark Owens, Bill Becker, John Muscarella, Mark Carroll. Back Row: Bob Stubbs, Bob Patton, George Hale, Kev- in Blum, John Henson, Scott Walker, Ron Edson, Bill Porter. ', ,M -M 14' -. 'F . ,Y ,T 'L-M-1-4, .. ..v, .: V . f . ' f -, -g-Y...-. . -'.,,, Y ,, , 7, K, ,. L, C Wk , .. N . f Mn f --',t. -, v I . ,Q +0 .. A . , - ..- . -s. A 4 . M . -- .1 .1 , , , - . , . J , . '- ', M V- V : i avg, "-fix Ti, .V 'j-." 1 . I ls, 52-, H- ,R ' 'K Za 'fi' ,. 5- .'-- .- ' - . . -- . -- H fr. . UQ- ' . ',-'. ' in Qu-. 0 73,1 u 1.9-V, . ' A A .. 4. .- . - X ,g -.fw J -4, my - g i . .1 -I i,f.,,,,r-1,, - .- J-, - , .. Q fx 1,. -F55-'f"1j -4 1 ' V T- 4 - J - -, J ' ' . -i' 1 I'L"s'. ' .V A ? , :gf -A , ' . . - MV v . -' - --, y A -, A . -V. s -, ... .. r . -f - N .s v . - - -.VM " -' - 'fig ., . . . '- Q 5 .,,. .,.'-I ug- 'H if"-17'3""'25-"""' .1 . Q 7 .. . --H Mm. as . f --Q ' Q ,- . f . Q T ' ' ,"5'!'-' wt' '. ' -.uf :1".fr. A Y. ,, -,J FA. . 1-at Ty' ' ' L 'NWI S' .' N, A ivy, A , tkxqrv-9-.,,.'W' g',,,..A- - , - .. ' tjhfg L., ,J -I I 1 -sabunlhv-"!'v. -- fs-fy--M - ' , . .A 'N' .'-0 -NWA, f 9 " ' Q "'-fLaf.,Q 4 3' .J 'I W -,.-Z-,gygsqani-.., M. , W 'A v,-ff, A f 3 Varsity Wrestling, Front Row: Scott McKensie, Harold Kardos, -John Clouse, Craig Anderson, Coach Pry. Covent, Craig Scholfield, Jim Hyatt, Jeff Blum, Frank Not Pictured: Tom Muscarella, Ron Kates, John Lan- Bellinghiere, Randy Kappen, Mike Woy, Jon Moreno, zarone. John Bellinghiere, Rick Heinz, Matt Hawblitzel, Dave 2 "ERa'?l'f The 75-76 Wrestling Team, as usual, has had another promising year. Since they had placed high in most or all matches, the team had hoped for a Marmonte League victory. Adding to their chances of success was their new activity build- ing while a group of girls, Mat Warmers, helped the team out in many fund-raising activities. Pictured to the Left are the Senior Wrestlers who have aquired much success throughout their years of wrestling. They have also succeeded in acquiring the following unusual nicknames. Far Left, Craig Scholfield, John Clouse QJaulserD!, Rick Heinz fthe vinell "Trademark: the hat," Frank Bellinghiere Ccauliflowerb "Ears", Randy Kappen CTeadeJ, Scott McKensie CFat Ratj "Go for broke", Jon Moreno QJetJ, Jeff Blum CYeffreyD 'Tve got a H.Rf' Ll' Team Captain Jeff Blum can handle anything, anytime, Coach Pry deals with a tense Jon Moreno under the threatening eye of Coach Hur- anywhere- ley. Varsity Wrestl ing ll3a Varsity pins for top 4 i restling Matt Hawblitzel zeros in on his opponent at the Oxnard match. E 5 The unmistakable style and form of John Clouse. Tom Muscarella in a panic-stricken moment. -:fn W The over-powering Heavyweight Scott Mc- Kensie. 3 ? E 112a Varsity Wrestling Randy "Pin 'eml' Kappen says, "what's Defeat?" .A,.- Q - 'ww if League Simi Royal 5 5 Camarillo Oxnard Simi y Royal iii a,ii1 Midi HU? my 69 . iiia -a 5 'NPHIS ' Them 5 5 52 192525 .iii Soph Basketball League Simi , 5, Royal Q' y C4amariIlQ T.O. Qgnard - yi Royal NPHS 52 5 ,Qfaffif-f'? Them 5 37 lil ,afa a, ,a ,- a aa,aa 5 Leaghe Simi I I Fljosh 66. Y -ai. - ' , ' fi f,aa ,iL,ff iw -fff2,"'f--ff1,.ffs.aff 'f ' f i. ,-,,, f-5 -,,, . ,f ff. ff-fs-4 4- J , , Zgigfrswvy iq .11 , ,,1vf,w1f.::1',. , l ' -fm ,ff-:rf-5-5' A 6 4 f'.,niif:??..ff',1:31'-5" Eiffjk, f'1g"f'2fp - f ' - ' 7 , , af- lf?75aZg,r YY, y T -6 355223 - Q lr " - ' 4 V A A , ,J .,.,. , ' Q , K I E , ' 1 ,Q - , A M, 'flap , f - ' fa" . V li I af .div-f -fer, A V, - '14, ' ,mfg ' 'f'f , 5 ' ' g 545 if H- my . 'v:..J??vv: ,ia 2 69 5 50 57 Slml 1 A ' Royal ,S ,M a va. w ai.l . whimgwdfwffw' 4-1-5wg:,vif"L . sgw:-:.Q:fvQ4l:,+-f 1. NPHS 'A Panthers wrap-up a successful season Soph-Frosh team, looks on while Steve Johnson shoots a free throw! Matt Broadway and Russ Zabel, in an attempt to block the opponents shot, display the fine Panther defense. ' if ,H 1131 f aete 2 Andi ' The Panthers go into a huddle. It's a close game against Royal but plans for the flip-flop play and other thought-out plays will pull the team through. Basketball l10a gtrvlli-AV -A ,1 + Y, 'Hs a .5..f.......4n1:-4' 'HH' Frosh Basketball: Front Rowg Garth Magnuson, Tom Steele, Bob Dudley, Blaine Fleming, Gary Abraham, Jess Bergeson, Jim Losey, Tony Wondka, ' ' ' ' ' G C h D 's McKeown, Not Picturedg Bob Richard Janics, Don Gellenbeck, Greg Intlekofer, Steve Mikouits, Marc Steve Swiertz, Jeremy ray, oac enn1 Brody. Back Rowg Dave Landrith, Steve Burg, Eddie Milano, Chris Riggs, Miller. Gary Abraham in a very unusual position, or is he? This years freshman basketball team was coached by Dennis Mc- keown and supported by many fans. The freshman team being the young- est of the four teams at Newbury Park had a successful year. D Freshmen Basketball 109a Freshman talk the Court for Victories Marc Brody, Greg Intlekofer and Richard J anics guard their man carefully. 108a Freshmen Basketball Gary Abraham, Marc Brody and Don Gellenbeck reach high and wide bo gain possession ofthe ball. Coach McKeown, during a time out, gives Greg Intlekofer and Marc Brody some inspirational advice. x .LQ.A..... , Y- Y- V . , , ,,m",.f. Wars , - . r' -J. 4.1 1: ,:, f ,, ., . 4 . - :,,,,44mf,?:,.g ' f , ew - ,Ti ger ,ew--,s-fxz.?gg,f-,'V:.-A-We-'ffe??' is 4 f if -.waz -,fri-'AGW' ' wg, ,i-5'fn-f'1.,',.--m:..' 'il -4. , , ' ' ' f ' . -1 A w:,, 1 1- . 1471,-11: ,fag-gg - ,f ,W M ww A f-i,,. U f:,..,n1'f,3-,511 ' -w - w v ' r .-a-:-ff: 4- egffifcfffv-iff-f,-,4M,:.f,w:.f,',Pf, -f . .'.y---,a,,K1vff,,,-36?-W. ' Aw' , lg!! ff . ' - '? f f , I , i t , 'F ' ,w,f.+-, 'fif- X 0 , 3 . nf- X 4, , A KAW : I 7 ' 'H ' ,f 1 ' ' Steve Carr, in the clear, shoots for two points, ' Mn! Y 'F'?""" A 2"" ' ' X-"v""' ' an almuuqnaxvdlliix W' ,.,,. 1 - f- - " ,-- Bart Lennehan jumps for the tip. Panther Soph-Frosh gave Newbury Park an Im- pressive season this year. With coach Maygren as the cagers fearless leader the Panthers took the league championship with a 9-1 record and an over- all 17-6 for the champs season. , ,. K . .,,,1..,. . .ms . ny, M-.1 V 'F - is---.N 4-nl MI. '. ,X ' AAJLQV -5, ,,,, ze j' ,A ,Q WW Richard Eklove shoots a jumpshot as Steve Carr looks on. Frosh-Soph Basketball 107a Frosh- oph has an exciting season Soph-Frosh Basketball, Front Row, Howard Eklove, Steve Johnson, Chris Girarde, Mark Birmingham, Don Mongem, Mike Intlikofer, Butch Kur- chiski, Gary McGregor, Richard Eklove. Back Rowg Coach Maygren, Tim Melton, Richard Orr, Jim Dodwell, Mike McAvoy, Bart Lennehan, Steve Carr, Gary Sharpe, Jon Allen, Cal Liedtke. si V ,N is . e v c 1 , it , p - -.'- . . - - f - 'fe X I ' 'K -K ' K k:e5": ia .. X we Q .,, it t- - t so r , ee"' T A fi if 5 he ' eeee Q ' so Q ' S self? ' 'ff' gi -QQ 19ws . XR I V K J , -xxx- - -we ' 'Q ,,..-r.r, i:fQ:135sg5 Congratulations to the Soph-Frosh league champions and here's to coach Maygren! 106a Frosh-Soph Basketball ,M I R -, , , ,,., iL14f2i,,,,I't S Ei' Jon Allen moving with speed, drives for a basket against Royal High School. Bryan Torrey, guarding his man in hopes of gaining possession of the ball. 11 .,,W.M..,.w. . . ,4,. . ,Was .u,, ,fv A .. N V , if 5 s Ed McKillop at the free throw line concentrates carefully as Tim Bell stands in the back ground. His basket will make the score 53-44, New- bury Park. Dave Styka awaits anxiously for the rebound. Coach Gilmore and his J .V. cagers had a good season. They ended the league with a 5-5.record. The team showed team work, and gave their fans a good game. Many of the J .V. players will be fea- tured next year in the Varsity line-up. JV Basketball 105a JV Basketball 104a .V.'s keep the baskets coming -N! l'd-I J .V. Basketball: Front Rowg Scott Moore, manager, Dean Andal, Rowg Chester Kozcowski, Chris Drival, Richard Orr, Steve Pochluff, Clint Alexander, Eddie McKillop, Tim Bell, Kevin Slattum. Back Dave Styka, Bryan Torrey, Coach Gilmore. Statisticians, Cathy Ferguson, Craig Ellis, Cindy Omstead and Jim Casper hard at work. .fr ,W AT - Russ Zabel showing the fans he's a super-shooter with his super- jump shot. See the panther fans and team fascinated, see the fans and players fascinat- ed by the super-shooters on the court. When the team came out on the floor the crowd cheered, and with the leap of the Center the stands shook with excitement. As the Panther team moved down the court the crowd cheered them on - "shoot for 2, shoot for 2!!" The game started with a roar, the first basket was made by the Panther Super-Shooters!!! Basket after basket, the Panthers put points on the scoreboard every minute. The crowd will never forget that game and all the excitement, for the Panther Super-Shooters really put on la good show!!! , -!""'1.- T, -, , 'Ls 4 ' :'7:C ' ,g , , - 1- 12,-,vffaf-Q ' ' , , - v P P p , 51.129,-h.'f"'Y , W 'ra L.:f:,-- ' ' .44 L . L ,-.,:-ffA1f.5:'-few ' -'H -fa ,vm ry. - ' 'i , Q' ffifar '1' ff w s , ff-he -" 4-' --te, 1 , . ff- g,,"',pg4,gf?.,E'5f::'-".. f ,lfgi-'1FT,B?' W .g?':'f75SQf1 2"'r?'E 293 erik'ffkiif-L45fif'?Jf.i?2L..e lik ? 1-di -17 CC moment featurmg Panther Super Shooters n. l 'f 1 Wir! Never . .'r, ,,,r J .,,f,4,i,,.fr1,.!,r,!f., ,I , , .wfwfff -...My Kent Keyser "Shots for two" at the Camarillo-Newbury Park game. Coach Barone made an exciting entrance into the Pan- ther's Basketball program last year when he took the job of Head Coach and lead the 1975 Varsity Team to the Kent Keyser, dribbling the ball dovm the court with the mighty panther speed in the Preseason Ventura game. C.I.F. playoffs. Not only did he coach the team right through the playoffs, he coached them to the semi-finals. Coach Barone is with us again this year and if last year is any indication of his ability to coach Basketball our team has a good future. M- ..-if Varsity Seniors: Front Row, Phil Dvorak, Steve Zerda, Matt Broadway, Russ Zabel, Jeff Wellington, Steve Apperson, Brian Van- derpoll, Rick Gregory. Varsity Basketball 101a arsit Keep the Action Going ' T f' 7:7 Q, glee... QQ Varsity Basketball: Front Rowg Kent Keyser, Rick chul, Steve Apperson, Jeff Wellington, Russ Zabel, Gregory, Scott Cook. Second Rowg Brian Vanderpoll, Matt Broadway. Back Rowg Pat Wall, manager, Coach Pertti Partenian, Dave Styka, Greg Kniss. Third Rowg Barone, Vince Vondera, manager. Steve Zerda, Phil Dvorak. Fourth Rowg Randy Dumou- r ,riff ,. 5 .y,4 K . E fi. X' , it 4. . 'g, , V - "7 fA5fi'J5' ik 5 f Q . -. ka qi -f yy. ' 5 ... 'Yispfl 1. M j ,::,,-Egg' , ,-V , f Q 1 1 , We . e. ' .... G 721 5?-ae' it ' gg I I J ,f ' ' ..,, I Y fries.-g gi I im High ,.4. Ehigf l f " ' l X ,. . s F x ie as t, 5 A - I P W .Way ,...,,,, -...-' I f eii?f:5Yiifhi5'iLfJ ' A f A ' . G A . g 55,15 ,gee gl T -' .i i. f r, - e-ei f eeiii ra, WM F' Q eiev f. aeia X ,,,d i:a2:?a.sa:1g7.3,,g?g,mN?" LV -.,V Flying through the air with the greatest of ease, Jeff Wellington Steve Apperson looking determined not to let any moving object pass him. puts the ball away during the T.O. V.S. N.P. game. 100a Varsity Basketball -Qs.. ..-5 f. . ... .- r ??..ie1 TiJl::",g'a:?g1g :'5 4 ai ." ' :.3'f?-1.Ef1s.4-':. 215 . - ' ' -.gf gggtg,fgs.: - 'f L , , 1. I"f"r-'-H1'rss-.f".:-."fZE?r1s.f' 1 f gas . isis-Ziff?5fi:':2:Q1'.s. . ' -- -"' rbgfik . 'l. E 1 - , , x-2-png.- L -4 ' 1 ff. +255 vefffre- 2. .. ,. T221-LZ." 'F f '- 4- -af -srzfwf.-1-7.1-is-.1 15. .iff iff' .ti-get - fir Ei wr Qs :ks -as-:P 1:1 .ft g 1 , 2-F.-fiisfli-1:'is:sf5'i'f,.egisigfvf -Tl?-i We ' ' ' as .ff1,.,Lx.'1ff:s?1:yf.3.-,feaf-51. :amz-va.zfL-:asasure.-v--1: -f5-S-1.-:mesa-:2g,f,f:wsa1+:-zhwfsfa2-1-A I.-. . ,. L. Q.-se Y- J-.szvwxssa-. f-as-'aw---,Ewv,g:5fe4,,..g.w. f.: .--.N-..r sn.-.-e 1-'.,Wsf-rv . '--.W .-- 5.1 ' " X 1: - ij ?'Ii1 21 2' . a ' -V: if-Y-if"Tf'frlleiyfiiz.sflif-'TIES flfff--1 rf'1f1a.1ft:1f2f22E'K :1- -Q . Y . J- , if fyQi.,4.kQ--1.-Wmy-.g,ss:s'Sri.,::f:::9Y'T -.wa 1- ffrsi-?2'5.f,e--1 -..x,.e:'-az" :gn- -"f"'--f-'--Xgwmsr-mwdv' k.1i-..f.1.-is:-M -V - :J-1'-f-M wi- fffa-iwfx.1:.?k.:,e. .lg-wzthsii Uhr -5 Aff... --1.0 . - , , ,,.. -,Y ,-.N N, ., .. . ., -. .., .. asf , ...H -.,.1,.--U .. . ua.-. .. -. , ....-.g,.., ,Jr A . . .. 42- :rf-.5-..:: L 11- -f g 11 ,-. f--ef - : .2 5. .XL-v-1,g.1.:f --,. f - f- V- SfH-,N-r-- 'v-icq, .1 1- .1 ,--: ...154-:gg ...,..l-..,.., 1.1. . . K. .., .... vi. '-:Nici . :. , swf'-.1 arm.. ' -uw 1.1-"i" ,g,s4,.efgq1?5 .u-A, To the final shot t a S With intense concentration, Scott Cook attempts a twenty-footer in the closing seconds of the game. Since the beginning of Basketball in Springfield, Mass. in 1891, it has become a major high school, college, and professional sport. Basketball is also a sport thatcompetes in the Olym- pics. Teams all over the world have been formed and the rules of the game have been translat- ed into more than thirty languages. , In the United States, Basketball is played and watched by more people than any other sport. S Over 20,000,000 people play basketball in all parts of the world and more than 100,000,000 spectators watch it during one season. Of course, Newbury Park High School is far from having millions of basketball players along with millions of spectators, but basketball, is one of. Newbury Park's major sports and draws a great crowdof fans eager to cheer the panthersi on to victory, as was done this year. - ' . :fe ,B J If - 1 , , ' 51753 5' C f i':.1Ia'f?i5,-ftifffi, -. - f 'Q EJ rd L.-. . , HJ, ,. ,, .,, .,.... . ,M , f ,, .. --'f:'v..f .fy ef: f-ffl ef -, 7'-f 4' .':'-,Ly-:Cf ,:. ,.. -:1. mi:-., ., Q. . -' , -' 'fqazgff-2,25 dz.-fag:-.5 4- ":..:,,.':p, 4: assay, ffm--'f,.'y: -5' is 1 f . ,. . . :Q fam, -. '-:fs - Q,-5513: 41.2.3433 .gwfvaffaf-:Q?,.,.ag.'f eggs' -4,4-'4 ay.-:gl ,.-agfamf nf '- i 'T 'i.' 2 - , . va:-5 ve- wa'-5 G9 ' 'V ---ff., -ff. ina. . ww ,1, e , ,L ., . MMM., '.f, ,V 1.-,Q 'ec .. fs.-1 ,,,,,l-,ti f, ,,Ea4ea1,.5Q.,yff.4f,5,,.,,...,. 5. Aff.-, .. ..,.,f- . ,, ,a..:4,Tn,,,,, . , fr.. ..:,ag7'gg1rq1g,,,j-axffe-,L Q.. f-ff. :ma fs-gn, 552. 3-:ea 1 gf:,f.v' 1-J. ga:,.L:eLpQ,4., . . f---ff.:-111' A--1 , -nxt.,-A rw :aa ''.f,v'3'af:g-:W-9-Qfe'ff'f5J'rf f 1-'-:.:f,f-ff. ffaf,-212e,gv:4:f:ff'f"1:wi7w- f 5 .-fzfvayfffbfqig' 1 ..- staff:-ffgkez.-1 .-+sFe4.':fffs f'-rf ?21'f+xer1-125425 -. 1 'fan ' g.',fy,?::e'-'r- 0, ' T :ggQ4.s fire- wg' 'rms-g.wgA.g?f ,p---- 2-4--,:f.,'4!1'..5f g .451--2, ...-1 A V, .M L.2'2a:f4:f.:af:s'11+:9f -fm are 'fxaazsazvf-Z Jf..:v1iE',k4 Basketball: On the move from the jump EQ 2,3 Yfgk ju wg, ,lf We a l as QSM, sqm Randy Dumouchul leaps high to tip the ball to Russ Zabel. 952- 3 3 -gf 'iii Qilsi-if-1 . . ,,., ,M . ...L ,,-,,s,, M1 ,. ,aa-rs , sg. .1 fag fi 79 ke:'EiL4'+Y?'J5iL3 ?ei?b?5L'sYI+iff':5i Tonya Johnson obviously gets the tip, the question is, will Su- sana Howes end up with the ball? . WWW ,L 1 V. Nancy Lebo moves down the court during the pre-season game against Fillmore, Victory for NPHS 48-25. W 1 f ' ,iemzfeywf--'xc-i ,Q , , 1r ,.1 r.f,,,,,,f,L W . ,awww l 441-11111 W Jamie Baker waits for the pass from Colleen Casey, before starting down the court. "Way to go Jamie." 97a J.V. Basketball J .V. Boisterous Basketball "Junior varsity basketball members consisted of an enthusiastic group of individuals who merged their talents to make a successful team. There were three returning players out of the fifteen girl team-Susana Howes, Tonya Johnson and Cathy Stansell-who together pooled their efforts with various other teammates to make a super season. The team was young and inexperienced but through the development of many skills such as the flip flop play, and our pre-season games be- hind us-Total overall improvement was dis- played. The girls made it known through their practice sessions that first place in league was the Team's goal. "Together" became our chant and unity was seen through encouragement from the bench as well as from the players on the court-thus giving that little extra to win league play." Coach-Connie Winsky wap: , 'f f ' fam .K I , . W 1 ,.,. ...J J .V. gaurd Lori Geiger out maneuvers an another Agoura player. Junior Varsity Basketball: Front Rowg Lisa Irving, Lori Geiger, Jamie Ba- Rowg Colleen Kelly, Colleen Casey, Susana Howes, Jennifer Hahn, Tonya ker Nancy Leob, Nancy Getman, LeeAnn Uskali, Sue Ortgies. Back Johnson, Shelly Kitzesc, Cathy Stansell, Sue Mitchell. 96a J V Basketball X, gl y.. l 5. B ...e..aa.i.2.r.1r Judy Wilson shows her unique form, while Holly Eggebrecht looks on, the team went on to win in the last few seconds. 'af I 5 ' . Sf 61 X- x Q., I I 491 The entire boisterous bunch and coach, during a time out. Seniors: Judy Wilson, Allison Anderson, Nancy Getman, and Patty Harpel. .AY I ..s,.. .., J, The' great zone defense demonstrated by Judy Wilson, 20, Deena DeBoer, 32, Becky Baker, 22, and Allison Parraco, 14. Varsity Basketball 95a Basketball Boisterous Basketball Girls Varsity Basketball: Front Rowg Lisa Condie, Kris Koeberling, DeBoer, Allison Anderson, Judy Wilson, Holly Eggebrecht, Allison Par- Sheryl Clarke, Becky Baker, Toni Steele, Patty Harpel. Back Rowg Deena raco, Coach Nori Parvin. 94a Varsity Basketball "This year with five return- ing players and outstanding Freshmen and Sophomores, the Newbury Park Girl's Var- sity Basketball Team gave their best shot at taking the Marmonte League Champion- ship this year. Strong shooting forwards, Judy Wilson and Patty Harpel, together with the strengths of center, Holly Eggebrecht, and guards, Toni Steele and Becky Baker showed great potential with quickness and the ability to create plays when needed. The strong support of the bench added to the outstand- ing potential of this year's team." - Nori Parvin Varsity Coach Nori Parvin, and Junior Varsity Coach Connie Winsky look over the J.V. stats. Frosh Soph Takes First Place in League Ken Jeffries and Tony Jones stretch out before running against Rio Mesa in the Frosh-Soph division. Frosh-Soph Standings and Records i Second place Cal. Luthern 1 College Invitational I Second place Buena Park Invitational Fmsh Soph team Front Row Tony Jones Al Camarillo Dave Fogalrnanus Pete Postel, Back Rowg Tony Rista, Frosh-Soph Cross-Country 93a Rio Mesa 29-28 Hueneme 36 Agoura 66 Calabasas 110 Newbury Park 28 Oxnard 31-24 Royal NS-17 Camarillo 28-27 Simi 32-26 Thousand Oaks 40-21 Overall League 9-0 5-0 First place Fourth place Long Beach Invitational Novice Standings and Records Rio Mesa 43-20 Hueneme 15 Agoura 78 Calabasas NS Newbury Park 47 Oxnard 24-32 Royal 99-17 Camarillo NS-15 Simi NS-23 Thousand Oaks 15-46 Overall League 5-3 3-2 Second place Third place Long Beach Invitational Second place Cal. Luthern College Invitational W r .. 93' 4 " V "i' 5 . F' Q- S 'iii' Q gm? , ,- A H: VW I' ,Tiff . ' 'f . 4:1 - Zi' , if L - iff 'r':, , ,L 'igfQjff:?QQ Aiii I 1,4 i ,Y i f L, if Q , K x I ,M 1, psbp fr 1 , Q A V X, ul, 4 WH: I , hm, sg:--A , 1 -ng-1 - , if 1 . . -A Yi, pl , M - ,X ul , A Y -, f ,, A I ,ir gf il .QL :!,,i,:,,.j,, 4.7 I1 ,, . , ,W Q , -Q . as , , , .. , , 4, ,, , ,X Q A , , , M 4 A, ,I -, ?' ,. 1 4 at y fir ' x 5 s , , 3 353 , H 1 ,4., f'f2ii'j-2: ,qs q f ,' A ff - - . 3 Ei- V a f- , 3 :Q - ,,g,,j',fr1 . ,xl , gg- i i f-,S .5 " l , . - . 5, Y' V ,- 1,2 5- 4-if A EQ -A ' ,V Lg-'1 - , .11 If ' .f T - r , ,, , W-. . - g -4 X -. aa: NX -4 :f:,,1"f -f 2 ' , ' -.i , .. , 1, ,K K On your mark, get set, GO! The Newbury Park Novice team took a 20-43 victory over Rio Mesa. Novice team: Front Row, Ken Jeffries, Mike Lahren, Steve Tamburrino, Greg Perkins, Ricky McElvain, Tom Naga- vich, Rod MacPherson, Chris Keister. Second Row, Frank Tolete, Guido- Brouwers, George Tade, Larry Collins, Mark Castro, Kent Jeroni- mus, Ralph Goers, Ross Dick- mann, Sue Broccoli. Top , Row, Dave Kalberg, Tom Luke, Bruce Bradley, Mark Rogers, Dave Gagnon Dan Heath, Rod Dahl, Iilarper " . Wren, Linda Claxton. ' 3 z,,wff'fssaAmme-ear, 9 9 lg S515 V gif A' ,Mar is r S 3631, if mi img gp- , - -fiifya., 9 So, ri-Q.,-ga - yr. fn. --'1'.a:Q1:. . s'-:L-Q... 453, -xegpy.. V . yn. gd ,-gfejhssbgisigeg' ' r Fa 'll R .1-11.5. . Sf 'X " 55' L'...gO'--- 'af , fskgjf-S1'.uw . ,bl - ,g2g5's"i'hy-5 u. ':7.2'e55::'e.f-NF5?2.a-'5t:i:5 gdifsa' .-a-A run,--te'!:-aka-521511. 2-pa::"1: ab-1-4 .. Q. . .gk A-.5--,UNVL5l...s.-q,,.. 0 Sf".f-fi 43 Vu- iY'?'nx'1"i'S7 'n'Ni- - A35 -,. AJ.: 1-f-.gr . 31-F121-vw -1- " :ur-mfirkd-'S-:QPQ -:..ieis,sre:a-'-'?ff::-- --. ,kaf."f-:ff-ff-r2'?'1?Fe:f aff-.'-':-1+wfJw - x-. ' ,-- .-,,. 9, -zu-'U wav' g.",," v-n'.-,., 4, - ,'u -'f FRF--T1.ne-ffe "-'gba QED' L-5?QgS'vg.-1 F592-'Its 41-H'2g,'-'rgijaf'-'L '. f,??.?i2h?' 92a Novice Cross-Country ., Q ' ",. ' , 1 we ,f mf. if 4 ,ff ,,,V I :Hz , uf, ,571 ,K .7 ,2 aw. ,f My 2 5 , K, ,.,, ,, ,.. gi., an ,K A 13 M vb fi- 5 ' ,, .J 5 ff rif,j'ff,7 ,.., . .ffm Ricky McElvam crosses the lonely field durmg the Newbury Park Rio Mesa meet I -,-ff n, Q Tim Taylor way up front in the race against Rio Mesa, helping the Panthers on to another vic- tory. J. Varsity Standings and Records Rio Mesa Huemene Agoura N.P. Oxnard Royal Camarillo Simi T.O. Overall 6-2 33-25 35 63 30 18-37 43- 18 38-20 28-29 33-22 League 3-2 3rd place lst place-Buena Park Invitational 3rd place-Long Beach Invitational 3rd place-California Luthern College Invitational Varsity Lettermen Mark Bradley Steve Smith Jim Kelly Dave Schulze Danny Esparza Pete Postel Marc Pittman Tim Taylor Varsity Team: Front Row, Marc Pittman, Danny Esparza, Jim Kelly, Steve Smith. Back Rowg Dave Schulze, Mark Bradley, Shawn Mason, Tim Taylor. fNot Shown: Pete Postelj L1 faq 1,1-1 -. , - . f ' 1- T-A .- ,.gy, W, ,T :':,,:..-Q ,qvsjffgcf M-:wy'f"1Ag+ff'1'a "d"' W 'W 1, :3-.f aa: 15- Vg-3 ,:1f.:..fAg .:,.-:-.J-:eff ff-P15-.L ieiigjifc f f,-4 nf -.a.fe..,.1 -ae 7.3,.Y-,fi.,-,lf-.:p,gg,q::.gif-5.-i.,.:::::.f fwr-Asvvpftgaq .V , tfi.-11121: 'ffraic'-?'T'"wr-FA,,.-3.::bt--f'2Qn5-gifgnef'L?-'f f-afgf ja-'.Q5"2',ff 2 - ., ,K qt- -m..Q:1g.,'gf-15,513.5 sp: Z'-'A' ,Q Vmerg g "mfg, -., ,-11: .gif-:iq 151- H' ,cw . r f, if 5 1 - Af 7,:s -vS'z" f'!1"?5efm"E5Ff5gff1 . ' Nga, ,QE-Qvrxfaizzffi-gi1.:s:Q?Lf7:- -Qsfflffs -arzfras. :f:::+ff'-1. -:Revay-3-'-:1,fq1,'i7-ef 'ef :21 - 37: x1YE1w 3532.7 'Jn' "l' f 5'1" A'L' 'A' 'I 'T ' VL' ., .-4 ,ai W ' -iisef.. , , L.: 'Z V, ,H-'fircfw-T' J-J'37"l4,.fi'Z L-i rf' ' f f . 1f.vfvra,z1f:fgas9.5'a-ew?F3gf.gfgqi:.,.5,: .?!:4.,.,gf-f,.:a'-5'-,-:af 1.131 g. 5 1 , ,-J, ,, 1, ,,,1L,.-. ,, .agrffsefffq-',L,'5 1. Q "1--4121? 111' Cross-Country Vivacious Varsity team vanishes into the vegetation Danny Esparza, added to the Varsity team during the Mark Bradley and Steve Smith are . . . "just passin' through." This years Varsity team Cross-Country season, with an outstanding per- took third place in League competition. fonnance. ' 5' for the hills!" The Varsity team heads for the course, fthe hills behind Discovery Homesj run- fg against Rio Mesa. . 1 - ' ' r - A f fn' 39--Ltazlf-f2:':,,'W-in if?" 4 .5 fs jPai2313-ei25.1:fqf7f2'.13rf2145-44sgqxxp 3-441'L:. ,- - 4.4-.1 ,Q .err-.1-J .. .fs-f sri' 4: f-Q-Q.,-we-1:1-.mlas-22:-5 -- A ,zff.:.':s::z3QgQ: :ff-2 .ff ... 'I' -E' . Efsbf-ew5"1ff3f+:L3f::2' -eaa51Qf:ff15r2.QQf,g.:f:Q2AE'1"::.- . ,f-,-..., , .0022 ,mf vi -.,,aw.f. .- -es , ...PM -, X - f--we 1Xg.ifss..:..-.1-G . : .sei-V.:-.grim-er fm- Lx,-.-14325 .Q Q. -,Q-.:. zv..-4-... L.-.--KM.-.:-.-,Laffy-:slave J., ...fy , Q . , , 'KLLLX " rl Q yi? Frosh-Soph Swimming: Front Row, Paul Pierce, Kevin Allen, Bill Starnos, Brian Sanders, Jack Mantor, Greg Howard, Scott Rhode, Brit Lee, Bill Spence, Bill Duke, Moore, Jim Colbertson, Steve DuPuis, Bret Buchanan, Bill Tony Silver, Greg Kusnierik, Scott Stone. Back Row, Bob Sanders, Bret Rudisill, Kevin Laughin, Troy Bom. Q Eros?-Soph swimmer Kevin Howard "flies" his way to the IDIS . 1976 was suppose to be a rebuilding year for the Pan- ther Swimming Team - but no one told them. From the very start the Panthers showed that this was going to be the finest year ever. J .B. Holston and Scott Young, the team captains and Junior sensation Mike ,,,.f t Hayes, lead the team th1'0Ugh the year- The test, While talking to Coach Joyce, Coach Sawyer discusses future swim as always was against T.O. C.I.F. competition is another meets' area in which the Panthers proved strong Boys Swimming 89a 88a Boys Swimming if Yesterday's hope tomorroW's Victor S Varsity swimmer Steve Rubin anxiously waiting bo hear the results of his time. n Varsity Swimming: Front Row, Mike Hayes, Roy Ketring, Pete Stamos, Dave Sundius, Duane Pickett, Britt Silver Derik Falwell, Matt Hayes, Chris Chase, Steve Rubin. Sec- Coach Chris Sawyer. Back Row, Rocky Ellis, Craig Ellis ond Rowg Mark Wendly, Scott Young, Evongelos Koskinos, Randy Foster, Bill Allen, J.B. Holston, Dean Zweng. J .B. Holston, team captain, comes in for his turn in Breaststroke. .3 f,. Pete Stamos shows endurance in the 500 Freestyle. Chris Chase a freshman varsity swimmer, relaxes after winning his event. Where style S9911 Boys Swimming 87a 13. 86a Boys Swimming Swimming With the start of an event. . . . . .the start of the season. Mike Hayes sails to the finish in his Butterfly event. , ALJ- xg, v"""k ,, 1, ms, ,.. V, , , , -.A I A, - .. .4-4, iff, a ., . .,4- ':, ' V , . ,ma-rf, my T 5 -yiH:i"i 'A +1 . If fl, f. . ' ,g ,5,,,,N:.,,, Y r: wr C- , ., . - - uk I KM, ., N :ww - r , M 4 ,,4: V f , E J H We J Q -. m' ,vw ,fam ' ,,,a ' ,W 1 ' A, A l , - - . -faf::'fiffw,w:..- Lf' " I L ' ' , " fZ"'-"1"', " , f. .1., 'L " ' 1 L , ,LJ , H 5 ' . any 1 fd,,j" '4' 5: W HM 1 5. V' , j ., ,gh .A Q, -gi, I , V - 435 - nf W - - - .,-V H .- 1 - . f -If u 'fzf.i1f"'W'-if -'GW' . ', ,, " ' W , ,,5- 1 - ,We M , - - ' 'J'--W"' ,N ,, 4.-" iw W vW5fSf,,r.Wf-"' f , -U V' A,.Y i S W" W -Q , ...mfr ..... g-.., . , " Sandi Washbum, J.V. coach, grins away with Marti Dibble, Varsity ' I y, , ff" coach. "" M ' "" ,, gf, - Q W' L wif an wwe V V.-awgwya., A V V, , ,MM y ' " .i ls yy A:,,,,W my ,, Mgr? g finish. VVV, , if A I "'I's.......-mm-u . ,-...- ' U wx ,v.HwW,.g,Lf,,.f- K 1 . .. Angela Bland, Terri Wen, and Cathy Lockert all head for the first place ,"'-M, ' Ml rw, -- ga.-.Q . .tv-re, 1 -- " '+A' '71 -' D' "Q -W , ,,,,,,. ,. .,,s,-vi 4 , ,, ,lrl., A,y., A XX "" .... f""T' if R ., kv, - 42 Ty i i wa s fr, ,gg 'Q -- f 1 15,4 fm Q ws' 5 . 49 ,:. f' b, to AP ' ' mi 7-'e-' F Q y, 1 swf-wwf AY Q' ' 5 l ,,,. Iliff .fi g 45" " D 'W we M 8"fk'f.i. ' ' ' j' W ., ' 5 , Terri Wen and An ie Bland skillfully head for the finish in the swim meet f -n'- cf1..f- -',- .- : ' 1 . A . g r ' ,152 .,., i aga1nstT.O. Coach happily 6Xpl3l.1'1S the uVV99l'li8 31'II1S-ChlCk8I1 legs Syn- For more slippery SwimmerS,5ee Summer Supplement. drome". Swimming 8.53 -I Swimming Slippery Swimmer Go Far .Q sf--,.,, we..--.f.-.D .. A, ' Vi Mary Lockert concentrates on her starts Land finishesj. lf , www Mary, shows us she really can swim. Look ma one arm. . , - :,V,:r.1'fgv4-r ' .0 V V-3 N---w-me-ZA--1,?.mi,.s., 1,-11 ':22'1fe9-YW f' - 111 ' ,ea 2' 1 ,W 2 1 flV,z,,t'-,V ph-'zsf9,, -Vf-v:V:v"sye1-W T- f ff f- V-.-v.l:V1-:nz-aerial-A W-ws ' 1, f,: , -'..fv- ANL f.si4::1eLi---'KN . ,, ,. ,, , B.. , .-. , ,fm ,an ,4 , ,,, ,F lm ,,. ,. " M ,- V ' 'V -.sa.,L.. X -.,.-eww. 42" ', '1 V ' r f - sw 'X A W , V Mi , V ' ' . u.1 ' Af574Q?, Qiisrfigglzlfeei, sE33fV1ff5-'2,-::.--.- . i-saga '1ffxl'1:::1Z'4l7'h V '. A V' -1- ' ,V Q, - . -:E P . -ff'2:fe:ffVrf2?eI'VV f1if'V1151' f'fff'+ 12 "1 4' V, 19:2 .V V ,N 1ff,f.Qgz:1i+f1i:fpf fi.211:fflssyovf-'efs4,gVqsVega:g,wr VV , ., ffiw-'V,1:,3i,:wiw1-x,,.,,., ,,.V-MV ,, , , L n ., ,V cf: ww .Vw 444:111- I .Li , x.,g,..Xw5, K ,F Qtr., 4. , IQSVIEM, ,,Q1s'3,?,.sifft ,jg . . -,,,:f-5 S ' i '3'.f'7'fT'54gi- L, I, , 2"V'fb"' 4 ,.ji. 7,Q' ,Q ' " 5, . Q ' A., "Huff V If V-'-Jififfi -wa: ' px ' H ,i. ."2'F'i':i5:'5 ., .. f- -,a-,, , VVV 1 .- , . . I ,W , V i,,,ros..53Q, nfl.-+1Efvf1.,',1 M1 V, , ' ' : 'PGM 2 . ,'- s -'im ,g L, fri--Vp L, '-3, ,IV g .V 'Va V- i ' V- , , X 5 f ave-'5Vf ':2:Z1':?73'Qf'i7.5'if:VlZi-?ffiQ-12:11J,Lf , K l " 'f"i": ' ., ,- ff-IVV i-'J I 'V ' ' W -- Q ,e,V.,1,-gpg,,Q,figgg.1f ,.x,,,, f,f,.,14.Q 44: g,wVVVf Qff"-:V4,VN,w--- . ,F ,A 1 we " Vwief141 V,,,fM ' ff-A Vffiff'-:Vw-3: s V .1 , V , f,V, 1 ,. ,fssa,V 'VAp:,zf:Gi-.V'1gr,gV::-r--,5f.:V,::- VVfSseV.'-A ' -' ' s , 2.1 -. a -nf: as--five . '- V 3 , -f V ' rf,L51'f'fbV 'Q' 41 me-VV - H " af m g .- " 5 v 1-ff ., .r ' Vi vfrfw ,, nv ' ., V- Eff it W5 if V:'P'fT374'.':f-7 Q A " ' fif:fijf7f.Q.' " L 'i' 151- 'gia 1 H ' ,Y ' si, gs.,-r':V1v-Ig 'If"i1" rf 1-:1f'V""f" 331 xr?" fait f 1 J V , - H , - ' 'j1, Vi r'4'i1"' ' """4' 5l'?7'1 .,-5-ff'57.?f1'1'ff33fb'4'z?i'r?if'f.'f1f?f.- i"'.3-:1fpfl'i,l1f'l'i1:-X A' - i f V , V v. . , 1 f' Angela Bland takes an early lead Ctypical of her own stylej. , If .Q . gwg ,,,, ,H - W v- M, H l,,,,5, -V . 4,,,,5W f ,,r V, - 7.55 .,k..v in f V ,. W ,,:,:VVy20k A ,,,,i,,,r"5ii T' V,p..:q.M - 16' 1 ..,,-,, ,W WM -.'M.iT.,i. 45 4 VV , ,M 1a",Y V .xml Q - 4.2--V 43-W I 6 ,ovf" f 'V , 1.-ty, Vj Vw ' Vsgn, , S e fy.. :ff "You must be kidding, thats my best time everf' admits Nicki Day. Yes, Cathy Lockert does have arms they just go boo fast to see. 84a Swimming S. S! Fresh-Soph take thirdin the league Frosh-Soph Water Polo, Front Row: Paul Pierce, Kevin Howard, Scott Moore, Steve Dupuis, Bill Sanders, Kevin Laffin, Troy Boume. Back Row: Rhodes, Brett Lee, Bill Spence, Bill Duke, Tony Silver, Greg Kusnierik, Jack Mantor, Jim Culbertson, Brett Buchanan, Brett Rudesill. Not Pic- Scott Stone. Second Row: Bob Allen, Bill Stamos, Brian Sanders, Greg tured Are: Conrad Owens, Scott O'Connell. This year's Frosh-Soph Water Polo team did very well, in View of the fact that they did not have a lot of experience. They started five freshmen, and were in third place in league competition. The league record was 5-2, and 10-4 was the over-all record. Outstanding play- ers were: Matt Hayes, Bob Allen, Tom Roche and Greg Moore. Frosh-Soph Water Polo 83a ,I t ff' The Panthers score a crucial goal during CIF play-offs against the opposing Dos Pueblos team. H my p W iis. 1 'f '9 , A 'I aim, rfgwffegwflfvzfrjla., V1 -ffiffff " N K 9 im-a,,.-f 1' we ' f , iggfzif Doug Trotter says to opposing Camarillo player, uWatch your hands, boy." The Panthers' and Agoura players struggle for pos session of the ballg the Panthers won the game, 13-9. Steve Rubin prepares to do battle against cross-town rivals, the T.O. Lancers. 82a Varsity Water Polo Panthers score a goal against Dos Pueblos during CIF competition while coach sawyer watches. This year's Varsity Water Polo Team be- came Marmonte League Champions for the first time. They had a 7-0 league record and played their most exciting game against T.O. with a final overtime score of 12-10. This year instead of being given trophies, the team players were given color pictures of themselves and their team members. Team Captains were J .B. Holston, Terry Pemperton and Scott Young. They helped lead the team on to many victories. The Water Polo Team sponsored the "Sharpe Hypnotist Show" to raise money and Were responsible for the paintings of the swimming and water polo symbols on the gym facing the pool. I K B A. fer.. ! 1 ff-on i ,I , is i "W S5 f' 7 Nix :im ,W -.gf zwzqg-gzxcgg, fi x.f'z3, 'yti . if ii: t'IlYn4'llE5fYJILu AIA? , 1- 'lllilhli K: ip 'z X .,... ,.,... .New p ftljffigggxl. ,, is JV Team: Neal Oren, Derik Falwell, Steve Roche, Pete Stamos, Duane Pickett, Mark Northrup, Robert Collins, Dave Sunduis, Rocky Ellis. Varsity lineup: fln the Waterjg Steve Rubin, Mike Hayes, Bill Allen, J.B. Holston, Terry Pemberton, Doug Trotter, Scott Young. rv. .. ,fr fe. 'S . Varsity Water Polo 81a Water Polo The armonte League Champs Go on to CIF W, ,..M AN. - - Aw, The Panthers' Varsity lineup gets ready to start the October 24th game against T.0. Mike Hayes puts the ball out of the reach of opposing Pali- sades player. The Panthers then went on to win the game, 12-9. 80a Varsity Water Polo Competition Steve Rubin avoids the block, and aims for the goal against Palisades. ,4i"?ff CHQ' '3 I of 4 C if Varsity'Scoreboard Preleaguern A V Agoura vs N.P. ' l Channel Island vs N.P. 21 El Camino vs N.P. Ventura vs N.P. 3 League: Royal vs N.P. fav! Preleague: Agoura vs Channel Island VS N.P., i li' o'll '6f'O El Camino vs N.P. A 46-Ou Calabasas vs N.P. 6 fl I A C Fqoeball 'v,79a 3" f ', ' 1? L"g?Af's..' ,"?l.'f-":i:.' Q V' gy .. 'ie WN- ff --..a.W,. 1 f - V-1 K, i W- fl. -' g ' , 45. .4 N, WW . . ,.1- A- 'Sr 'Q fi 5 .1 .-. ws. ,M .- .W-V v , 1 .- V--X .. -:L-ffz.-T. wvn..-9:27 ,.,,..mA.---1. ff-we. . U me, 41 . ,,.4,,-. .. . xes-eif::ab.f-f2r:1ff .1 :ji-.Jaf?vf":.l -1-Lf-.'141' f , ff 2 f "'qF4"'5'f '2.fff+...ffrs+.f,es. we-ff 1.1 ,aff r 1 V: 1' Thrill of Victory f f .. f U .7 I , fl' i NL - - " 'O- 'V3 'Q : It Q 3 lf- n 3' ' W A l . YA J 5 quxx 3 sf 7 2f e o e .4 f 1 rf wt t , sf , f' f 1 . E ,gi , P Z M we we V' 1 V , .. .1 ,W V V I VV .X :f2'r,,44f'L -.,,v " Q: ,QAM '. I, Q iz. A-"" ,, 4' . "' ' l fr P if.. I f fa t , '- " L ' v rg V V ' , . , '- -4? A gig ,,.., 7 ' -'W' , f - Q f , www ,Q , .7 ,,,,, ,QffIff1-L.,, ,, ' ' X, "5 f " .. The excitment of a touchdown makes the Panther team proud to be a part of football. Agony of Defeat Rick Wessels is.up after, another play and is ready to go in and get that ball! P . . , er. 4 78a Poqothall Each touch of victory gives the Panther team inspiration to go for another touchdown. "Defense, Defense", yells Sandy Peterson from the crowd as the play begins. "What's sa matta", shouts Coach Bugg. While Coach Hurley looks on patiently. The Freshmen Have an ction Filled Season Plenty of action starts when the freshman team steps out onto the football field to begin the game against their rival team. Hurrying off the field, the Freshmen change from offense to defense during the Thousand Oaks game. Out come the old and in come the young. Our freshmen football team proved spirited and possessed sportsman- ship. The team was coached by three young coaches- coach McGinnis, coach Scott and coach Hill. This was coach Hill's first year at Newbury Park High School. This years Freshmen Football season was highlighted by the display of expression, enthusiasm and dedication of the players. Well, here's to our anticipated 1978-79 Varsity Football Team. . .go get 'em boys!! The players can't even stop for a picture since the action never stops on the field when the Freshmen are playing. Freshman Football 77a Freshman Football team: Front Rowg Mark Day, Bruce Jones, Bob Fassl, Richard Stelzmiller, John Mesenbring, Kevin Jones, John Bechard, Brian Mosley, Richard Janics, Craig Harmon, Steven Stotko, Dave Petrushkin. Second Row, Rusty Navarro, Russ Barett, Jim Hicks, Andy Cottam, Kevin Blum, Dave Delgado, Kevin Mann, David Ashford, Scott Hildreth, Jeff Gregory, Marc Lucero, Ken Grant, Jim Erickson. Third Row, Lance Lyons, 9 Coaches Hill, Scott, and McGinnis take time out from their busy schedule to give us a smile. 76a Freshman Football Tom Muscarella, Steve Lacey, Matt Mulcahy, Mike Giorgianni, Jim Lim- delbach, Steve Swietz, Scott Isenburg, Bob Kurges, Mike Renna, Dane Taylor, Pat Flaherty, Steve Foster, Russ Twitchell, Keith Hall, Bob Miller, Cary Fenzke, Dennis Patton, Jerry Deobridge, Coach Scott. Back Row, Coach Hill and Coach McGinnis. The Freshman Football Team are very expressive when they be- come victorious. The J .V. squad watches attentively, as Coach Hendericks explains the different techniques used in football stradegies. J.V. team members prepare their blockin and ta kl' for the upcoming games. The J.V. team had a successful season, wrapping up their season wins with a 7-2 record. Next year though the team will move up to the Varsity level, hopefully great expectations will follow them. The J .V. team had a fine coaching staff this year. Congratulations and the best of luck next year. S C lllg manuvers After the kickoff the J .V. team charge -the opponent to stop the return. J.V.g Football pf75a .M .,,n.h:,- L., New Y,.f...,. , -- fag.. ' 1 ,, ., 1 ,. V.-few:-N.,.. apt 1.2, 5:-..: ,. , ge.-, f- : ., ., Y , , g...m'?w- -,a,g2::11gfr:2f':,'R+-'rags-,-1 T. fi .' z'.f,11 --life-fy ' V j 5 'vw' -' 5- -,':,5az,24 g5:1'fL-,Ari-.1e,ej,7i.4,r,.,1-.,-,- -1 .,.-.,-11 W-1--.4 - .J :mv " ' .zwfs,e..4. if-A te-:wx . ,h , ' ' e 5as- '1u,'.fwfEe1faief.sz-,:..ta.2a-,rf-..,- Vw , 1' i The J .V. Team Has a Flair for Winning J.V. Football team: Front Row: Russell McRae, Mark Carroll, Mike Mulcahy, Vance Jones, Craig Schoonover, John,Henson, Mike Woy, Gene Rubino, Carl Carlson, Russ Propes, John Bellinghiere, Mark Birmingham, Drew Grimes. Second Row, Bob Keen, Nelson Alberts, Brent Englehardt, Calvin Bursley, Greg Sullivan, John Ogle, Jeff Nelson, Mike Shaffer. Phil Mann, John Muscarella, Paul Winkler. Frankie Alvarez, Mark Barteck. Back Row, Coach Hendricks, Ron Edson, Rudy Valencia, Kurt Harmon, Ken Cox, Mark Duplessie, Mark Wessels, Richard Orr, Mile Melia, Ken Lian, Kris Girardi, Gary McGregor, Mark Covent, Bob Patton, Coach Lee, Coach Mc- Keown. .fn ii., ., 7 gggnsiO!'Y f.f'," ' ' " ' ' Coach Hendricks, calling the signals, works with the team at practice. 74a' J'.V.-,Football ' V 1' f. .'- f-af' Seniors Have a Lot to Give i D 1 l F F' s , . in . 3. .. -V . E t ,V ' I A l 'i 7 I 5' ' if 5. , i- - ' " ,, af.--pf'.1.rrf:WfzfQ+xfr'vfff. sg:'affw ' 1 Q!! fa s-,JP 3' s':'V ii' "' 'I "- J'f,'J."'QiY" ",J?9.f'g"v'. 1?i'f2L--.1 6. . 'V ff- 1' ' FAQ -lr' X'-L -'ZJJZ5' ' I ' . . , ,, ' A. , -f1'Jz.Q-5.bif H - ,Ui ' 5 ' ., :ff -5 21153f"':.'.45+::2ffff5 ,.1T4,.' wJ'i . fe 4 ::,z,g,..ga:.-gmc.: 9-1-S',i,,iwMf"' 172' Area 1. WW..-1 .. ff-. -4-fLw.,...nf..,am ,:1'..'.i.-ea.-N we ,wi . .f:.,.1c2-f , Q .,,,f,,.Q1m, ,.,1w-iw.. ,., .rig M4 we 1' JW? Nfl:-'I 'MQMQLGZ 1' 'uf-Qi 'f' , 'E rf "e'Wx:as :zf'1-M'r"' 'x - is-:swr '1""M ave.- ng- '.,4e1?,:,,,'--gf: . ,Q g-1.1 ' gfgfgy ,Wil Qff.g,4',-45'-f.-s ' 'fe' , :if , Y-i Y. way 32 1 ,9 iy...,?w f-- -. 2f?:E,,3fw5, 7 -jig.. 1-1yzJf'jjP3Kf ,x4Kt' ia g:g,4i'1.grf 5 'iv 'g'4fz?'3g' .w.., - S.. . ' 7 ' : .. ' , " f 0 ..-v w f A 1fffU.4aqffv.,..,5fff-fa1--wif''Q .. v . ' kygfqff, .',,.:Li? I.,-,,pgf,3a.i:,,4,.l,,,,gg3--.1.. - V gee, 731,44-4.1,-,I v, , :g,.,,g.35 . '19, ,MJ ,y.f.'1-'.- 'gg 4 45- 'gif 1 5 ...T , , V " "A: , ?" 5j'5E-4.4:pg..f-may fffr: p':":r2Pf:'1.2"f53 '3i"fKfif5i - 5 s , s 13 .'..:wvr:'-'11 fi, leaf"+?mg:ef5i'fff4sa. - V ' ,wal -7-.f.Gf.ff:-'Z "'fl"fQbfif . '?'4:-gf . 1' .3iIfA'5'35:1ffLf':Z"1Y."' ,,. if 'S.QI'f'. "4 Q,fLg2vk'i'5y 2 ' an ' " f' - , ' , ""'- ,- . ,1..q:,. .axe .m:i,.,...41L'f'42?5'-'f,,.1 If-,L g-'cf 5f,..e,. 2:34. -1. ,waf-,LA ""'1fTwM-p-1-'-: if 97 ' , 'f -i21594f'ffL" 'I 1 1" zf1s3g.,f . 'Fei ,AMW ff, 'H , V ,wi ,gg'37',:J7a11fg',ifH'z"14.i'-:,::fP-5.2vf'-'a'-1- 'i2:JfHf1ffgi-,Lg-.fxfHf" ..,gieff"x. -JL. - - , ij-,:, A:'4w,-22:7-.,14"',-,.,.f31.-.,'2 .2+'e'g-."1- '.:""' ,rf ,rg .552-iw I .,,.g+',,..Mg9. ' "--,,,:1,. ,uw N , .-.,,fv',, ,' . 5.1 ,-.L.j'y '1f..4af- - .' --mv ' -:5,frf 'L -fuf-5121332-.Q..-afiy:.r3.:33''AZ"' ' i,i4fn....1-w,-'?:,.m2ligw 5. 4 ,algae fa. E if 7 4' 55? gb Elgimii' ff K ez 1 .2 rg V g " rf 141414 -rx? '7 jf WW' gv 9 'hiv 5 P' Flank ai '5 f KW n, we YJ? Y 7,5 Y :ff 4 33 . CMB? 4 v fehgfaff gt Wjwamklv l M' 4 N , bf? is , f W4 '74 M 76 M1 v W gifts! wav as W, ,,,, ,www Jie ,, V4 65:5 1 ff' gym Z: sfvagxlff- y V, X x, ,fr ,gtk nvf' f-fee '41 ,rx M am? M fixdxy ? 1' wr!-WY aw WL-df" 6' vnwfgadfpfi ew MMI? M w4,gW :mf Me- ...4'fi'f'A...e- mazda- fmww "F""""" baggy- 'BMG 'QLAWWW 5 Elwood Riodriquez jumps into the air to receive a pass during the T.0. game. The' graduating is football players had the Spirit of '76. For the graduates it meant the last season they would play on the NPHS team. For many of the players, it signi- fied the last time they would set foot on a football field in tackle uniforms ready to play with a team. Hopefully they will remember these years with exciting memories. The Panthers lined up to kick off their last football season for the graduating seniors of , ,, , 1976. Senior Varsity Football Players: Front Row: Bob Miller, fbob "Beep"J "'84 goes for more", Richard Drewes, QCheapshotJ "There is nothing quite like a good cheapshotgl' Elwood Rodriquez, fTaco, Beaner, Ellie, Tostada, Burrito, A1-Bowl. "If I were in Mexico they wouldn't call me these names." Mike Nunno, fNoontime, Pinballl "Last one out of the locker room and late for the games." Second Row: Rick Wessels, fAlceyJ "The kid that has the stash, that's always drunk, but never fights." Dave Dalton, CAll Thriisday Daltonj "Its been the best year of my high school career." Randy Donner fPickles, Captain Cakes, Burrito Buttl Pickles is because I am fat, Captain Cake is because I am always hurt, Burrito Butt is because I am so slow." Eddie Escoto, Mike Breazeal fThe Lady Killerl "The best things come in small pack- ages", George Adams, "What would the team do without Brian Elsea, the great." Back Row: Gary Groom, CGrumJ "Go for it", Brian Elsea, lBaby-Cheeksl "Take your time you've got five minutes", Craig Schofield, fPig Farmerlg Tom Lian, fT.C.Jg Curt Aus- mus, fOzl "Shine it", Mark Batchelor fBatch, Coach Cool's favoritej "I3ATCI5IE- LOR' didn't fit on my freshmen helmet", Sam Skinner, Kurt Mesenbring, fSmilyJg Dennis Bursley, fBirdseed, Cupcakel "See you all at Birdy's"g' Mike Ludwig, fTanJ "Go for it", Mark Gunning, "What would the team. do without Brian Elsea-The Stud", Jeff Blum Coach Cook turns to tell the players which offensive play to put in to motion. CBlummer Guardrail Bluml "Always late undependable, goes for the'gusto." CNot Pictured: Jeff Shbop, CSuper Shoop, Alias Sparkyl "I thank God for the ability he gave me to do anything and I will always use my capabilities to glorify him." Keith Broccoli, fBrockJ "To up coming senior football players-don't D"J , o Q 72a VarsitylFoQtbQl15', lf' , H vFVx64,j4L '7' Nl f V ,, 1 ,fly fri 1 ' W , rc 0 o o Q! .Jftiyyn ,aff A , gl' 1 V ' Panthers Working at Winning lf V fa PPVVV V i ,r' wi-'ff' ' ' , VW' if Vo4gj,QiQ'C I 'LU ,ff 'V' fy! 'wil ' f f V' My VV 4-cj V f WM! rf dl L lyfiffm JQWW P M! n If if V, 7 f Close to the goal line, the Panthers in the midst of scoring, attempt for six points. Wfffw MHWKKW ' N 'KKK 5 yfflfd, M' i Vj'?fZi' V Football season for the panther squad does not in reality mean the big Friday night games. Practice be- f gins a lot earlier than the first day of school, there is spring training, weight training in the summer and of course not to forget "Hell,' week. The team then went on to make their season debut against Serra. W , V l xx AX -.X N X Y AI X Y s , . M. get s f - , f i - , A V14 I A fir' 4 z. Vi V7 y , Jag V --14Vf'.,V: W, IQQQA VV V V j w ' , , 425' ,777 " 4 Y ,,':,. Jim ,,i' f ' f , ' 13, W' "" W' "" V Y 'F ,V ' ' EVM, ..,. V eg ,H n , ' 4 , ,flsfwlai if V ' 'V ' V V V ,gfwwj xp, 1 ' Q ,V ' ' '- V I I. , , V,,,a,f,,V, V,,,4,.f VV,ffV, -Rf V X f V f Q - V ,VW , V V' V t VV V 4, ,, V V..V5,,,f,-Vfrf yvgh Vrivn-vw Vg fa' I I, 1V ' Vw 51,V5M,fa -'f - f , .frww VIQV V, ,,,, , 'v-v ,WV V- 5""vVV ' ,, 1' V ' .,M,V,Vf:ff,gffd,. ZA: A fV,V'Vi-,fV4VfVr,V, flwfvi , V 4 K K-an-,Nt .ffw ,S jr' rn. ,Q 'ff ,mn ,. X Vi K 'i ' my f' 1' f 'V 3 ,, ,. :ww " 4, :far QJVV fy , VM wmwgw' I g V, H gf - I f K , ,..'Vfc,r V V4 V , V ' V 4? ,F ' ' A' ,M 'V , 'er' , " , -V-,1'fN,, , g' " ,1 . ' " 53,543.5 24051. 1V ,f fr VA 4 Var ,a,., .V I4 vw? V+ If fi f ,W KW ,VA V: uh , V ' Q Vw., V.,,,VV Vgsgv, "'f"fV' , N V Q V -:pf ig Hqffz' 1 ff Vgf' 3 r s , . , , . , ,. , , aw . Ag, f " ,, il 1 """' V. A L 2, 1, ,L ., "f-..f' ., Q' i.-'.' ' .. V ., V ,ew if ' f A I i 'ff Up down all around, Kurt Kohler waves "Hi", to the fans. Dave Wise reflecting towards the games to come in the 1975 season. 1 Tia WJ l N ,- , ll jfxjvi CQJJ-fi pfwltlwwhi X - W i to . i, l 9. it xy of , C l fri' off i J QMVLA will Q53 Navy W 4 oe' NVK t or rw wk rl, GJ . 1' if fx 1 r .' W X . two if .tl my www . ,J Q it i New if l 'Wi Hel N J X - qv? N VJ 'Of SUV if it f all to t M ti mv ww V a 'ie F b ll iiwg it QtJ,Qp57 . ars1 y oot, a i i .W Qi, 'Pt PM , k Ex F n v- A-v WEffll,UlQ KJ Ki W xl , vi Nl 9 XifXXTQ5L,NV X3 , l C O., X J ' M WX F , ,. ogy, Varsity Football: Front Row, John Morelli, Rich Kunisaki, Mike Brazil, Randy Doner, Eddie Groom, Brian Elgea, John Allen, Dave Wise, Curt Ausmus, Torn Lian, Curt Schotield Mark Escoto, Mike Nunno, Ken Mosley, Mark Batchelor, Scott McKandl. Second Row, Kurt Mesen- Gunning, Bgb Miller, Jeff Blum, Ken Duran, Mike Ludwig, Dennis Bursley, George Adams bring, Bob Reed- Elwood R-Odfiquely Jeff Wilffiflgy Dave Dalton, Jeff 30110011 Mike Rf0ge1'S, Back Row, Matt Riedell, Rick Drewes, Rod Manson, Steve Willis, Jim Dykstra, Jeff Mathews Kurt Kohler, Rick Wessels, Scott Johnson, Clint Alexander, Jeff Kunisaki. Third Row, Gary Samskimiei-, 'flc i if Curt Ausmus dancing his way to yardage in the scrimage against Serra. 70a Varsity Football While the boys are hard at work, the coaches . . . Work? N I .W , 1? 1 ' Q I Pmde, S pmt ull the Panth The crowd uses team work to express the spirit and devotion to Waiting in great anticipation, Elwood Rodriquez and Tom Lian discuss the Panther team. stradegy for the offensive plays. "Listen you guys, here's what you do next", says Quarterback Ken Mosley as he sets the pace for the next play. M ' , ' The Panthers kicked off a new season of football. Football can be an exciting, intense sport in which the crowd and the boys on the bench feel just as involved as the players on the field themse-lves. With every touchdown pride and spirit unite the crowd with the players to spur our Panthers to victory. ' ffl ' A ?:Fo0fB5Ilsfe1f69a I .:- ' 'fue f ' 'Q XT! '-' 'T-filf ,lsili Zi' 1-1.' tm f Q fu-:J F' wwf- f..- f 4 'W M- m4"u5H vs - 'f .5 . u ?'::-zqizagg 5'- -.I ns? H' ' A V ,..a ,V , ,. I I, 4 I , 4,1 . K , ., x f 4 - 1' . L., .1 1. fur- , U.- A ,"- ,f , ,ff -nw . 9 Q.. X f i'1 fLfN3f3 9 vp .,'., .. , I I RA ' 'Fi fd 1' ,y- if WT' bw- l,, eq, ..--on RW SWG .1 1 683' .FQQCPMI1-. g., gz f "'Q 7' K5 1 .,-,,.., ,L ,Vg-, -1:-.34 , - ., - Q!-f J N! fu wwf J X A J nf AN 'AQ J ,lx ' -fi' 4 a'x'1 L Q! E X Lffxvf Y j fd JK ,jf Q' ,K 4... S ,I' '?" f"X sv Q. ' ' 'affix a' K ' .W,r:,' . ,g-. !i iq'-Q N-wx W Vai was 1,01 1,, 1 C' 'af 19 'V . ,M az 1 wsi, 4 1 i 5 9f 4 C5 !7- a A Lai? , QE!! 392 A025 f Lao ,L Q ggflgglggbib ipawfi' ggi 'jf 7 Af k , J' f 52 L-5 Hia X lm Qin ji? f U 4 fy MA! f A I " 'Lf "L X q12 I W ' fy, Q Dba X2 Qfgmwgfj W, Pi QQ Iii! ' 00 rf" " W - ' 1 U1 Jfwx -- 4 X f 24 A A 1 V55 C ' ...An- . 'fi u vi Jr". 'l 7 1 7 Mi l ee !',L F W W M' iikiimvqmerw-w c . 1. - - ,. .. ,.,, This is the only way to travel. .-.112 What's everyone looking at? Let's Celebrate Let's celebrate! It's Friday! Let's Celebrate was the 1975 Yearbook theme. NPHS had a lot to celebrate about in 1975. The Bond was passed to build the rest of the School. The kids at NPHS had a lot to do with getting the bond passed. The new buildings will be finished in Jan- uary, 1976. The Basketball team went to the quarter finals in CIF beating the top ranked schools. Celebrate! The year started off with the Welcome Dance and went right into a successful Homecoming. The Christmas Dance, put on by the Girls' League, was also a success. Many other activities, such as J r X Sr Prom, Senior Ball, 50's Dance, and 50's Day, Graduation and Gradnite were all a suc- cess. The marquee in front of NPI-IS was fi- nally finished and dedicated to those who had past away during their stay at NPHS. 3 y K '1- fi '15 ,' ir, ' ' ,, ,gn , f , , . me , , 'f:1f,. , ,A 5 ,P 5 .85 , . f ! 4 N Q' in ?'fif3:'r,i J ' A -,ui 5' e is W?7i R qc , A X Wi, L if , Q J , In ' at 'Q 'G ' Debbie Christenson week. , ,, i :sw vp E gets a pie during Homecoming , 1-,, ei, , ', , ,,,,,,q ,,1' ,, , 7liiv."ii"'ii'i5"',- ,I-",,,,,,,,g y,,y'fluJ', ,,q,-,,,,-,, f-' 'W l'iz,,l,f,,,,cl,', Miwiiflt, , fm,,!:,n,,f,,lifipy17,. A I , J,fJ2f,,J,fi,,, W ""' w,"il'7i-ii r.,,lf1Wazg' fi'1gr,,, "4,,, V "M ' , IW ""' "W, ,, .?'!,,Eail,', 'wie i"2,f,: 'iw ,A , T ,,': i I ,, fr, 'fr:4,.' . ' ,f r K tw, ws, ' 4 'iia,,'i'lWll". , 1- , ' W' v "li, V0, W Y W N ,,. , ,,, ,W ,Jim uw: 1' H ,, , , W, ,, ,,,, M, , 1 ,, WWW 1 ,,v ,, ,,, iw,-wi,,1 :J , h"w WWW 1- Jw, In 3 lv' J 1 , ,'if'f'w ', u, ,fi -, , i W, ,, , ' ,, , ,bx ,I MWA, Gm i lik,llfl1,11,v?l',1v,,'ffm , f J 'fl f 3,L"' 'ff-'W 1' ii1i':!illJ:1,,, ,, 1- X tm, .Ari m,,!, lm N, s,,rwf5,i,ygg I H , ',. ,,,,, , r , ,,,, V,,r,,, ww. if , , I ., W HW:,h,,:,,,,,,i,,,, f,,,,,,,,-,,,,, ,, ,, ,,ze,1, ' ,v 5,1 A ' 1,1 f WW 1 ,hifi I l" -ff' f'i'jfH!,W , WM,,,v,, ,vii iq, H194 Inq 1' ,,, 4 ' ,ffrJl5,,f,,,,,, Y ,v i ,:, H' ,MQW f , M if'i'wf , , ,. ' -,'Hu,,,lfy '-'Mil f, ,ll i"lQl1vW,'lv',Nf , W' i , WWvi1i,vNr14fAlU,,, ir! ry , iii fflni, y' MILL, , 'iff ll , 'wwfllf fy H" ,H I H Y Hr ,yy 1 H ,W 71 ,W 'WM flwiilff, i'lWM,, '7fi,i,ll' ,, , ,, ,, ,, , ,NH , w,,i,,w ,Jw ' Wx, w,,Niiff'31E"l"f'fi "--'1f ,,-' ,wms,'M,lilUJif ,i WW , N ,,,,,W , p,,,fi,W,W,ill, 2, I--,W WLEMWAH1.,iF1,ni'aWwifi' , , ,, , , , 51 3,5 ,,,, g,,i, w,,,,,,,q,i M 1,3 ,",,,:ui,,i ' H' " ' 1 " if-,sv ,I ,,-,,,w,:,,s:, "E "V W ",0w,b,1, ,, ii -iw "f 'J ll s,",1l'!l'f fin. , 5 , ' T Will-f, i5 ,W 2, 1 , W l ,rill'llilllfliww, 1 ull Gyw',v,,L b,,,g:fi,g1, fi, , wi ,til 'wffiiilwl ' ,klwiiiiglM'!',W,iliJmc,, fwyi All ii , ll' Wilt" i"Sls,.f,vf r E, rlm j-,V Www, 'fifw ' , '4w,fJ1f,lii"'ll,JEflfmmmia f" M lv,lwf ' ,',av"w' "V wi, W1'lf"'i ui" i 4 'WiL,,H"W',i'f-,HIv,liM,,f 'wi lg 1 'iff , ii ' i Ji 'Pj igiii,"j,Mfi iil,,:'v'u Q if H wil, wif' ilu' li gi1!il'ii,, 1 CIW ! wwl, ,M fr: i, We 'li WWW! 5 f l,iul:'1lf f1,,v T,'ti'illwil1:l: illi,ll,l,lwaff,Hli l, lik, il W ,,,, , ,,, ,,,1,,,,,,4 , ,,, ,gp 1, ,, . 0 , A,f:Qli?:"' i3,?F",ff My lv N, i , HH wif J , , f lwlli. llfffli i 1 ,vw illili 'i T 1 Wil' ' W, " lifwsvi tilif-fi fi, li "vii, "W", til iQ,iii,,W4 lQ:w,l,,,iMl,f"f'-2 Q 1 ' ,M ,aww T T ix, ml, lfwf v v,,li,'f' wlw,lwli, , i J il lil, ..,. 'llfllll2 '2lllli eece Z 2. lla fit Everyonels not perfect! The theme for 1974 was "we may never pass this Way again." Panthers started out the year with many 3Ct1V1 ties. Homecoming, Christ mas dance, Senior Ball which was a cruise around Sweatheart dance, and the Jr. fSr. Prom. The biggest success was the 50's day and the 50's dance featuring Mad Wheeles and Lugnuts. Final ly graduation and grad-nite -.-A ff ,fx I x -X, R W-is-, 4 '5 f wav' 4 f- I Y ! I I nf 9 ,-fi 'iiifffr fxnv- " ' is-.XAK Q-f.-45. 'ATL 74 awprmf ,I What strange couples for the Sweetheart dance! Jim Bartolomie and Shawn Cox skate board around the quad instead of walking cg yfj:t,.AV ' , ,- 1 ,ff T.-"ff A -. . iififflfv 5 - r- . 1 . -- V , I Sa 5l5"77f"'?-iEfs1Ti-'' f" I ' W' " ' I ' .N ., I K , ,A N 'S Th! -,-- Ax, ",'AxAKxi 1, i - . ' r b lv 'Z "',p'iY,fiSa,.f , . T the Long Beach Har or, , I, 3.1, -- iris- -Zjx-ff? :'-3241 -':4:Pf":7t:'?'l-1.2 . gh? , 5319-323-9-i",Qi2"wi3i'f'1ri'?iF'iiv.9-72795571-3 ' ' -f:',.L.:..fA -'T-ar,-'li' ' ' .ggcgggt-.53-,. iii? gif 'if V T-'-P7116-ASI, " W e May Never Pass This W y Aga' " Expressions area S f The 197 2 Pawprint captured the many changing expressions of the year. Picnic day on the football field during Homecoming was a new innovation. An ASB car rally was initiated. The groundwork for open campus was being set with Sven Larson heading the ASB. Campus sculpture and painted murals decorated the NPHS grounds. It was the beginning of the construction of a huge outdoor kiln for ceramics. The year was highlighted by league winning sports and two spring musicals: H1100 in the Shade" and "Charlie Brown." 1972 was also the year of the big gas leak which left the school with muddy trenches and freezing classrooms for a major portion of the winter months. 'if' In fe wi. T fr Football players get kissed by their mothers. Y . fi,-fir, A -- wwwww if W. 'lflum-fw .KM iq mm, -rfr'f1if'- 'L. S27 ,sf 1. 1-'ww ' if-,air , fi ., ef any was .A iff.-me 'i 1' -B if 3 B T e . ' Weir' f if "if7"li77if7l 1 T A M' Mig: W ' H g mi- "i ,ei-"-Pu .., -F 'F Wigfiglagg.. I , , -1 ,iff ' 1 .fi-..f f- . -I .....,.sqfwinfQ ai 4 1 -FQ . 1' if i. 3545 ' i I Q:,zagg,,335f.-Wang,:e.:1g5,,-, --gl 1, ,M " " ffl f.. "Mink " if 1:1-2. wa ' W. f ii- f Bill Locker auctions off a Freshman for Slave Day. ' giae , Miirk Q .iff ' '-If-l i Q ' ' N ' E and P Q 3 i' K if'-1' ' W p I F as CT fi lj ME? ur f".,.L Qi ' T 79 . if . is figf Mr. Smith: you bad boy! gl. ' ,gl L T semi Q Q ..- l , My , . y M, MM ,,....-E nil A , '-f ,1- , ,...,..- , 1 Y ,--' m..-7...-f i ,, ,W j -.1 W' gal,-Q-1 an um: "S fl 'L CI' 1" " "vt, -rn if 11 T"'W'i19wWW,.' ' H" 'XZ 1g C25 If" ,""' V 7 N if , fx -'lp -...tl gg y. :gi 4, Www G - . A A A24 '3ii,,b . c Y:-N l"ll1'lfg'Q it 1 l I ,', , V mx 1 ' 5 .W f L T ' T 1 it M- N f ., L, , ,Ml-5' QL, This yearbook is about illusions at Newbury Park High School. However, there are many facts observed by my- self as your new principal that are not illusions, but are Very real. The school has grown in size and spiritg Aca- demic progress is improving and in all classes and among students. The P.T.S.A. as a new organization is working toward improved school and community cooperation. As your new principal, I am very pleased and proud to be a part of this fine school. fl 1, M' A ' , W fwfr wg' 3 1 T My W 1 5, Mis Nqyfsffsqw.ifalulllqwilimaff- f J., w f L, ' v 1, , A u w 1. ww ,wf,:f,,mn'I,mn.i:f'1,'m:,.gW.Li , 'r 5 ,, pf' f, w, X, l w r M ,,.. , , ,?WM.i,!15y-It Q. Aw ':w.i,i:mEi'g:, ' fr'-an hW'l'v'i rv-. li f Y 3' F li 'rl lf 'e I 2 . Flllzlvu 4 grim' fun ml, Z' " xl Q, N if ' :iif',, n,,-,mm ,,m m,',!.f. X of If ,,., .,,y v ,pl ,. .f,.! M, will i,a,.,fl,, ., ,N will it it A T W f. u',q,1y,',41l, ,gm 'ml 19. ,z mgf' 'x !vifl1i,Vl,lf , W. ,L 2 ,5 M 5, 'l1lgf,Ylvk"5 Mil may V gw.fi'Q5ffa sw ,N ,J ' an fi We WW: flf WlW2e"A, ' " N, .fa 3"l,,"f'u Z' -, T'w1W,E!r,' lQ"':li'l,,1H": 'NZ 1 M , ,, ,1 i,.. i will T Q f all T . T A c ' 'i lilly fel T Sherry Fogal plays romper room on the quad, N , Nfl" ri I HW 1 lt T it mvlzml up 11 l ' N 'l 1, , " ' l aw Zi, ' 'G' if M Y A cffiilli ' l ., - 4 ,.,, .fa iW '4 -sl"""M'i" , i, iff ' , A A lm , qi, l "1 - N 'Eff' mrwwmlt,'m,Ml93""" lW'JJ6' sf: 'LL ,wr-H VW! ' Vgll ,- ,pw ,"Q1qJlJy-5 "'W 5 ' " f - :,,, . l"CfWz,Ql'l9J'TA' W' J-' The latest in dog collars is sported by Joni English W and led by Dwayne Higgenbotham. , ,Eg it 1 iff av jp' Sip!! ,le 'Mm I ' ,ay ,W ,w,1,41ilL1J:w.f,,,'ff'eq1w-Q . L '- we WSw'5,f'a.'vm!W1HUvfam.tgirl , , U v ' - wa- fwffiarrwuiz.a:,w'5.taxa-11, , ' l f4,a'e5s4ilia3mw:mg,i'iW5m1y,--::-'-:--'rf WEL-, ff,,, ,,al:,ag::-L". . .f -qs-, W A quiet fall day on the campus. Mr. Deriot mith' Fir t Message to PH A Sign of the Times, 'X . .,f, ' '92?fgQ,7?ff5s . - ,F W Y -uw. , an J, ,S ' "' ag ' -" 'Q X ww- lf f g i i 'Lf We qw- 'lf Astrology is as art and science which has enhanced mankind for centuries. Learned men have studied and valued it, kings and emperors have relied on it in troubled times. Today, more and more people turn to the stars for the knowledge they can gain about them- selves and others. Could it be that our daily lives here at Newbury Park High School are ruled by the stars? Think about it. . . 1970 was a year of many new things. It had a brand new newspaper, "The Prowlern, and the first Homecoming and Homecoming week. Seniors were fated to earn the highest points in games that ranged from a scavenger hunt to a pie eating contest. Our first annual Homecoming attractions were enjoyed by the entire student body. The ASB President was Rick Dillingham. New clubs evolved this year such as Distributive Education, Speech Club, Girls League and Youth for Under- standing. pp ,,.. WWW? 'E fi ii T. ' Q I Apip "Hey, you guys maybe it's Saturday." . A T ' 'iw 4.a'il-1,j::'.-".iJg,pj'..,jr . 5' Nr 4'-'S M ll . f A .T 1ff,Qg,'uJa , f- , 1' . . .X X gg., . yu M 'L . .Marx fi l'li Mig yu. . is . Q 9 J lil J? ,M W N. .gait ,rings .L xiii xi f W. "Hang in there baby." 'ai A .. we W .X W A li, . i ,. V+ W . M i AU .i ' , J W . , , 3 fm, W! . J . ,M , A .WW ' .Mx i 1 ' .1 M V 11... A . "'T't',Qi --paw-.Nj . T 4 Q P V4 iv-1 Gif' i v 1 MW A it ' A ew W 1 f gift . ,, an ' ' "Come and get it. 1 4 P1952-15-3f.,,,, V :V W F N . J if L ' i :mug.,,,,,,,gWwp . 'A gf wi H ,JV , f i l :Nothing can stop me now. Q T. il. s .ff .V I Vi W. ref . av- Q,,.p, LLLLI . XXXX, X 'XX -XX. X "' X,,- ' if X 'Fe j--- . , X .XX X X X, X , XXX LX- 5?"'X'.X"i"fX "mf ,. if XXX l 1 "XX Xi p'l5?ff" if WX XX Xl:-1. ' .X X X 'FWF X, X,"?lX':'X .1 'C' 'MX 'X AX ffmfvwllll ',XX A Xp XXXX X. X, X XXXXM X X XX NX , X-X X XM jg My X- XXX- Xi XXX 'WX ' f '- .s L 'L L -1 " 'X 'f' -X. XXXX'X ' 'Xll'fiiXQ'Xf X 5- sua-Jw rg,-:ag 1 :X-XX Xnqafw XX X' , :X ,X XV, XXXXX, 'XXXXW' a isa ff ai XXX' -X , X Mmm ' :XX X ,X WX l" 'J lx 'XX XX X X'X1'XX X X qw X :1 - .XXX-X Ww-. , X XXXX , XX 'X XX XXX X XXL,.XXXXFQiX.l ZX X 1Jlf J X Xffx ' - X XX XX X ,,,4 X XX ,X X , X ' . ','il?i'l'X0"'lfX-XX ll M M NIM fi'X w 5l"lli ,Xa-XXX , XX XX: XXX ,,,, XXX X'i,',..,g"'JC Liv! X '-we iff 'rr' '3 za 1' XX,....:' - :Nfl X , ?uXi-'Hag UXXXXXXRX :X X, X Y. XX X X - X I , - , X- 'X X- XX XX, ' XX ' X J. ' " ---'-- ' ' FXPHX Q3 , XX Xwm"'W"5W"Jt X.X'- ,X " ' ' ,AX Hp, Xa, XX XXXX X X , W, X XX XX X XXXXXLX 'XX-:XX eXXXwXtX is 'X .X X,XXiv 1X l'Q3l'53"id1'e'? ' 5 X,Xll1lX4r'J W .J' :X X X "'ll7l'5'XXX MVMX Xu-XX.,,r, - ' X X ' :all XXX'XXXwXaX .X X XJXXXXX X- ww XXWXWXXXXX , X, XXX XX XX X XX X XX XXX- XXXXXX ,X X XXXXX X , ,XXX X 0 XX-4. XX XXXuXXXiX,XX,XaX X, X XXXXX X XX ,XXX XX ,XXXXXXX X X mf. ' R f Gr X Y F X 'X "lr 'l' Xa' X ' X X XLX-" X "XX X -w x Xi X X X WX X X X., X.XXX ,X X, X. .X X X X ffl ff 'FX 'HX XX S 1X ' X 'X 'XXXX'X4X X 1 OL XXX X X Q' XX XXX, X PM XXX ljwhl XXXJX X , X J4 I' X ' 'XX " r X i I -Xu' ' XX ' XX ' X XXX QL X 'X Q XXX X XXQEX XXXXX X 1' X AX XM X X X W X nm XX X4 +XXX Xml XX XXX XM, XXwwIXX X ju A Vg 'U W "MH, ' Al' XXX 'Ui ' X'X X -mtv - MXX'X Xl' X ' lXX X 'X X XX X Xl' "X, XML J ',h'X ,XXXXX XXni,XXX'X ww ' ll 'MXXXXX X ul XM? sw. X XX XX X X' XX XXX XX XXXXXXW Xt M X ' P t XMXXXXX f rn XX ,XX in X X X X XXXX,' 'XXWJFX XXX ' X ' " X XXX X X 'Q ,nl in 4 X XX X X' M XX XXX XXXXXXXXXX X ' XIX LXXJX' 1 X XXX. 3XXX5XXXXXl','X.'X XXXQX, ,X,'J,,:XF,'XXsXX. --'XXUJ' 'X , XX ' X X, -:X X X XXXXXXX- X w. ,XXXX 'X XXX'X2,X JM' 'b'X'5'Xf'XXQXl'i:"' X"i'jlJXXX' 5 11 4"- VAX X'l"" t . XlXX'QIi - '1' ',' v 'X,2",'1J'X'XX! Xl3Xl'l"XXX , ,gXQJ:1XX1,X'1'XXX l .X Hifi i mm'7" ' Nl1XX Xi ' X 'X 'X'XXX1XXXX'X' 'X"X-4wXQ7X.'Xll' XXXf,gH ,MXH X,X wap'-XXXXX U XX,: XXXXX-Xi 'XlX Xp"'9gXXX:Xg1'X 'X X 'Xi' X'X'XX5g:XX ' , E,XX.gXXXXJXX,XfIXXZgX'XjX.XX:1itXyIlXlwl i'zvXi','x' X, XXXXXEX X X "' , 'XXXfyXXX1Xl ' X ,' X XXXXXXXX-X gum XXXXXXXXQX' , w e - " ' ' ' ' " L, 'XJ'X'X' XX ,XXqflXfgX' X X XXL QXX2Xft'XXdf"XvXXXXXQXXXX' ' A ' X ,g'XXXiXX"',4:,,XXXX XX 4' ' llWll5lilf'XHl' Z X Ml vXWl2'li ',rXXvfl?" Xi'li'X.'ll 'Zlll lflli X1:X 'f'fi .l5v' l'll?"XW 'f"XiX,XX H XXXf1-"IMA XX XX! " "W5"'XX X XX XXXM .X- XXX X X X . XXXXX.X.'Xn XX XXX-XLXX .X XX XX X tv X XX lr Gb ' HXXX-XM XXX XXX X X ,nXX,XXX,XXXXX4 k XX XXX X XXXXXX X XXXi'XgXP,WX4a:XXXXgX3PlXX XXXXXX,X'X,-XXX X -X X W XXX XXX X,,XX,XX,, -4 XJX X X XXXXXXX X' 4' - XXXXXXX ' X ' X X-XXXX4'X,:fXXXX'XX1 XXXXXX ,X X .X 'XXX X'X'XXXfl"'XXX1 ' 'X.,XgX:gXX' X, XXXQJXE2XEXXX'Xw'wX'XjgEXQiX 'qw XXXXXXXXX, X - L X XXXL ' XXXX , X,Xm . ,X X ' QXXXXXXXXQXXQXXXXX XrXXr-XXXX, XXX XXX ,X XX .X X' g':'X'Q -, X 'X'XXXXXXu "Very interesting" v X 7' f ,Aw-.N " Q XX - F F ' -,gm X 'X X-.bg Look that up in your Panther Handbook. X 'Q That's the way a Newbury Parks. Zeroing in on another year of fun and frolic, the Paw Print staff has chosen Rowan and Martin's "Laugh-in" as the theme for this yearis school chronicle. "Holy Wal- netto!" you might be ex- clairning, "Why did the Paw Print staff choose - "Laugh-in" for a year- book theme7 aj Because NPHS is a joke, bl Be- cause NPHS isn't funny at , all, cl Because George ,., Washington slept here, dl because the yearbook advisor is really Dick Martin in disguise. X 'X t Answer: Because 'Xt X'i, E iw' The second year of the panthers began with a in Y X XXFX ,XXXXX- X ,Xi XX K full school of FOUR classes, Frosh, Soph, Junior, ,X X ,gi -,YX XXX Y and Senior. The year of '69 was inspirational and X - .1 ,X X ,-,.XX- ,. X rpms .X - , XMXXX ij X , , VX WX - exiting, -with another Vars1tXy.Salute and many , X is X XXX X I Rader actixilties. The ?SBdPres1dent Tim Brandy Xl' 1 W Vill , ' X. sg, X, , , ' X1-H XX , aspar ing, use u stu ent cabinet! ill' VX ,XX J X X XXf ff' " rf A " WX My ClaSS of '69 always be remembered as s., X' ' 6' Q -ml - X alseo irsttplass to gl-adliate ak NPHS' The C1353 i w XX 'X XgX f, X ms Fluted the Senlor patio, and they had the U -X' 'XX QXXX X X X X JEiiFXeXn11fZlBall.bThis wasban outstanding year ,ij W'-' K' .. l ' 'S' X 4 Ways eremern ered, " ,, as 2 Q, X X ity XX WELL , . . that's all folks!! Xif'SfQ8r'!!!!HEE- 1 - N X ,X.' 5 A Reegeehhebhee ha-ha-ha-ha-ah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ah- X l - ' .Q ab a- a'l3aphaphalpah'C00pSl'hha'ha-ha-hiv ' " T11 i as io hoo-1'fO0pSl'h1Cl-ha-ha-ha-ha-Alh3Blh0Cl XXX XX X X , LL, ' ' VXY.. X V dnalk e-he-he-Walnetto-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha! Excedrin headache number 1,969. A Newbury is a lot of work for faculty members- And Heerreess ewbur ! , H A 2 . Senior class of 1976 attends their first rally during freshmen year. 0 '. . aw Freshmen Then O 15 9I11OI'S .. ,,tQ1:22:?jrL.,."" 1 . 1 x A Us-.,.,. A 4 1 6 X John Jackson and friend during lunch. 0 , 3 3 F 1 1 1 ,. 1 ly 'K 1 .-'- -vi " w , 5-"M ig W5 7 2'-'J N. fi Music happy-go-lucky .. . Mel- ancholy baby . . . Toe tapper . . . knee slapper everybody's friend listening with your mind and soul .. finding a song to fit every mood emotion situation . . . Strived for variety . . . activities for everyone . . . car rallies . . . dances . . . sportsnight peace corp Week student exchange. week art shows . . . '72 Homecoming success . . , Faculty show enthusiasm good kids, problem 'kids . . . Freshman class of 1976 . . . Seniors 1976. Jan Neymeyer and Kim Coddlington flirting around. The Fir t Days in ffice: Panther Hi ter -M. .......,...+,- we wwf-fm"'g2'2.,,. iwffw A ., , ,,3,,, """' vw-M 'f""3,,'1',,,M':':',.:,A "The Panthers f1rst 176 :.f..'-'1-Z' ,wsgi days in office" was the A , ', QQ' ,jj'ff15i5.ff ,.theme of the firsthpawprintq he ' T, 2 mg.. M 'PW' T. iii- ' 'sa .,,.,.., y . Q New -.new .1-Ia, N,- mmvf-ivw , . ... N M ,.?"'52.I'-13. ,nm vw- fevvk-541: -Q., The with The T t was kes ' - 'fyear Hxecom- ,and .gig mmg yeggf, V -- f ,JJ .,,,",,,- ff f' ' I . gig , nQ92lCh J ay ,Q 'if .w f ,ff MW Nj!-vr'f,,,?HW""H . K" M 'FN M,,4Li'fWfggqJ1 9 WT ,SF ef 41,1 - me ,M ,e,T .M ' eff 3 "-0-.ms-.WQM W wh., 1 Q ..,a T W. , ,T .,. -fu. ww M441 . P--wv ,, ' W., meg. ,,...- ma M. ww .N-fm ,,-,,.f,- Q,-an Mavw. ,, .-m vw ... .v.J.w. 'ox.n..an-s-Q -fm-an ,,,,,.w,,x ...M-,. .V ,- , .A ,.,,,,,,, v...+.,,, ..wfv- ww... we-5 -+ , :...,.e,. M W. W, -.mp Q mg xv... z V Nw.. be .f f ew.- .v.m,,, Fm M- sew.-. - , - f.,...w -ww, n..,ung tww.-fl .y . ,A-.eww rfxfw- .-we . mam Awww P-'M'-,f9!"' , -we -wap,-:, may .www-1 alll. W -A1 AQ -f. . q.T?"r-nom Vw-ex ...,, WX., , ...... .. 3... A-L. 'W Wa-www fr! Vsw MNVP T. we nn.. .-M . Q .mam vimgvawa MW.-'-. .A -we-a ww. up.. N. -Hy- vy.-N1 .m,.,,, Q M mon -ap-W ea M -w "Silly M f W. me ,ws , ,, .ws-..', iw. ,.. W. MM. , he vw' ' . -:.,. wi.. 4-,N -.om ,- wwe.. 9.4 emu , ,,,.,., M.. 1 .x m1.'vNe,.- me A V. I A A..'5 ..' 5 34268 -.,Te feiizlf T?""s.fJ'H- flfst TTTT fr , ,L ...Q-53' was M ,M .,, . ,ff 7' gf if J, , 4 .1 "w Merr Memories of Mistletoe Magic Richard Drewes and Janet Mason dance to the beat of the music by Flash in the Pants. Santa checks his list once more to see if he has forgotten anything, "Ah yes, Rudolph with your nose so bright won't you lead my sleigh tonight?" Charlie Brown 's Christmas tree? No, this tree belongs to A.S.B. Let's dance and dance and dance. Thatls what Steve Roche would like to do hours on end. Student Life 63a To J R V LD ybbj Mil . is Q lf U if Pi'Mii'f oh To W M' il if Mig if X ."1YX.1 A K Tijijx-3 QICDR Mft we MW W R l t d R t f Ujkfqm ,X L C3190 9 HXH 101'1 an GCTC3. 101'1 Lf' ' A 'V u odigx tv , do A N in!! f 5 , X ' DJ v J Nm Ck if If CJ? Qgv C 'J XJ z i ,fl KJ Lit f ' ffbf i I like being with you, especially when no one else is around. I had a ball at school today thanks to the Conejo Park and Recreation District. 62a Student Life Picking it up is easy, but getting it to my mouth is going to be another problem. , . ., f - 2.-,,. - - F123-Q5 , A 'K twig? K ,fi , 'fa' fi , 1 A , 3 v' 2 H skxfs! E34 Y 1.9 '11 il l-f-f"'G - . '7 -mann 7-1 22. lf..-l"w l t Q V- 35. , , W'- . 2 it ,f I 4 ww Q' ' ,f .3 U 3, - Ei ' if -5 'K -iff? Q ut, TNQ. .1-f.A Mniam k : . , f. v 1 .. Janice Myck takes a bow as she is being pre- Cindy Law is havingavery exciting evening. Sandy Oldencamp poses for a picture with her sented at the ball. escort, Rob Fitch. Beth Brisbane gives her father the honor of a dance. Aspasia Drivas and her escort, Mark Gunning, caught in a casual pose. Student Life 61a 60a St Triunfo Ball Presents Our school was very fortunate this year in having five girls honored to be debutants. These girls were picked during their junior year of high school. Qualities that gave them this position were academics and social parti- cipation in community activities. From the time these girls were picked in spring until October, when they were presented at the the 19 5 Debutants Triunfo ball, they had many activities and dinner engagements to keep them busy. At the ball these girls were presented by their fathers to the community. They wore white dresses and carried a dozen red roses. This is truly a great honor and probably an event they will never forget. Photography compliments of Ray Brown. There were eleven debutants in all presented at this year's Triunfo ball, including Janice Myck, Aspasia Drivas, Cindy Law, Sandy Olden- camp and Beth Brisbane. udent Life K. f Q 45' , 5 . X 1 'N 4 'Xl'-2 X , - 9 fl N ,J X , QQ? apuumm ,Jf - '1 X15 QX N I X 441 A-Rehearsal of the Lorie Brown Memorial Production of Man of La Mancha The faculty show this school year of 1975-76 became a major production, The Man of La Mancha for the express purpose of raising funds toward construction of a memorial theatre in memory of deceased drama instructor Lorie Pon- zuric Brown. The director of music was Bruce R. Colell from CHS, the director was Dorothy Beaubien from N.P.H.S., the advisory director was Dr. Richard Adams from CLC, and Janis Myck was stage manager, a student from N.P.H.S. Mark Sapp NPHS drama teacher as the Man of La Man Mark Sapp and Danny Solarez rehearse scene as Quixote and Sancho and their C G faithful steeds portrayed by Bob David and Dianne Doyle. Sancho, Danny Solarez, advises Quixote, Mark Sapp, in a scene from "The Man". Dorothy Beaubien, Mark Sapp and Dennis Reed pictured during an 1 h l f th f 1 production of Man ofLa Mancha. eary re earsa 0 e acu ty Student Life 553 "Dark of the Moon" was the fall production of Newbury Park's Theatre Arts club. The play which will always be re- membered as Laurie Brown's last production, was the tale of Smokey Mountain witchcraft. Performed in Newbury Park High School's own "Little Theatre", room 13. The pro- duction was successful. Dark of the Moon Mr. and Mrs. Allen talk to their daughter, Barbara Allen with regret to the loss of her still born baby. Portrayed by Brian Humphrey, Sharon Siegele and Jackie Gavazzoni. l Marvin Huggins, Nick Cipollini, sits sharnefully on the ground after having been knocked down by John the Witch Boy, Frank Melia, at the county fair. 54a Student Life Let's gi e them a hand. 'T' 40-Q eg . my in 9 ff r If ,mai Y Assemblies and rallies seem to draw a crowd. Many such activities were planned throughout the year for the enjoyment of the students. Luis Guerrero, "Lookin' Gooood" at an assembly. ,.,,,,.,.,,f-,,, ,,.f.. ..., .,w,.M . ,,,,,,..fo-""""W, ....4e54' wg-.:g'f f u, : wif We . .,,,M.g,f-2" ' 1" Y ' 212 542 f . ffl The Drum Line gives a stunning performance, showing all its skills. This is a new group at Newbury Park consisting of three girls and eight boys. Student Life 53a w Visitors for a year This year Newbury Park High School has had the rdeasure to have gotten to know five foreign exchange students from all over the World. They are Kerston Roseman from Germany, Fab- ienne Deforges from France, Pertti Partanen from Finland, Maurico Wanderly from Brazil and Evangelos Koskinas from Greece. Rita Brendon our foreign exchange advisor has been hand- ling the program for the last three years. Fabienne Deforges- "Cette annee sera innoubliable pour moi. Je peux dire que j'aime reellement New- bury Park, ses professeurs, ses etudiants et tous ceux qui vous font sourire ouldier un moment de cafard. Je ne dirai jamois assez merci." ,,.,ti 4,1 fff' V 0 , . we ' 4 2455 E ,- ""vi5'3'5h3175. fl gg Maurico Wanderly- "O Brazil fiea na Ameriea do sw. Ele tem dizieete Estados, o mais e mais valorizods e Amazonia. A eseollra da Presidente da Republiea 6 por volo indireto. A capital da Republiea 6 Brazilia. Ele co tem duos Estscoes no Ano, Verai e Invemo. A lingua que blamos e 0 Portugues. Os principais recursos sai : cana de aeuesi, gado, c'6co, feijai, arroz etc . . . O oceano que banha 6 0 Atantico. Meu Estado 6 Ala- gors, capital Maceiof' W H " f , ' rg 3' - 1 5 w ifi W , 1, 1, 4 ,QM ., k .. W Y , K RN , Q I Q ' vm - A uf. me ' . ' 91 y - . J 1 i . ei-1.51-rs. vii. .fi " -l J:?l,i'Ff ' v 1- . w w-vita, an ww? ,,,. 3 ly., ,in 1 ., ,-,, W. gf" girlie-,, 'L ag fsr fi f .wwf 1551 a , .. sq ., aff. M- at-.:1,:g'r , Sari Q li" Hr af' .. My ,,., Z . , 1 . Wig! 5+ '1 -We .. , r ,..,w-in i aff 4,5 ,. , A giw.,g:..f ,f 'gn 'Ia -ft,ru,.,w,,i63f -mm We , Q R i, J ,.,,,,if ,,ri. .1.,. F f 71 J 1 ,, i ' 'Wg 'iYfw57g'f" W I , , 4M!k"m,'1J'3a 5' n 1, . -W 1 1. 'aw sim.-31 ' W , lf i ,V ,.,. ,,. ,,..,., ,, , ,, f 4 ' 'I-1, v' 'L 'W'-wr Li-NH' 'J5Pf'Q will HN 4 f ,WT " 'Z 0 Jw V ',. .W J i A121351 , 'rf , f, f gf-yung5i',N,34ggis,,,i-" at ' ' I' --4 'ef ' mbsf 'r" !:,f?f,Fi1'i -'ELL Jil rlfifip. "'i1Q?,By-L e ,eg ,'i-' f"w-wr.-,,t - p ,Qi - . fi M A, u i ' -F i . X i ' ssji,, .:' gg , 'gg i' , , M, m ai N11- ' i a Kerston Rioseman- "Mit jedem jag hier in Newbury Park sammele ich neue, sehr in- teressante Erfahrungen. Ich werde auch in Dentschland noch viel mein jahr in den U.S.A. denken, und es wird fi'1r mich immer eine bedeutend Zeit meines Lebens bleibenf' Pertti Partanen- "On ollut ilo kiigdii tiita koulua, jossa yhteishenki on kovin yhteinen. Nyt kun Evangelos Koskinas liiliukaihsi on loppumaisillaan toivoisin etta' voisin jaadfi tanne toiseksi vuodevsi. Tiissii artittelissa haluan kiitta oppilaita ja opettajia kaiuesta 52a Student Life avusta. Tulen aina muistamaan naiti hetkiii -. - , x - - - 1ll - . .- tassa koulusfenwaina inuisffimeff-in iiaita hetl , K ,Q 5-U I V, I. , 11 V... P. ,im .ia W ,wen mi Alumni Mascot, Mary Aquino, shows that she still has spirit by cheering at the Homecoming football game. Danielle Butler moves to the music at the Homecoming Dance. bv John Strong is up to his usual clowning around while riding through the parade. l is it my Panthers have the spirit! Panthers have the spirit! Student Life 51a Homecoming, Fun for All Homecoming this year got off to a good start, with the building of floats and other activities such as the waterballoon toss, raft races, Volks- wagen push and move. Smiling faces gathered around to watch the ac- tivities while rooting for class competition. Celebrate, this years homecoming theme, is just what everyone did. The students enjoyed them- selves during homecoming week whether they par- ticipated in the activities or not. The whole week was topped off with a parade, a football game, then a dance. The Freshmen homecoming float shows a lot of spirit with a black and gold Panther. GQN The Junior float shows a creative 1776 bicentennial flag. Yi 'f " : ' Our Assemblyman Paul Priolo, Grand Marshal, attending our homecom- ing parade with a cheerful smile and a wave. The Sophomore class shows they are patriotic with a present day flag. The Seniors float represents The Constitution of the United States with a mechan ical eagle on top, the first mechanized float in the history of N.P.H.S. J.B., our A.S.B. President, is riding in the homecoming parade with dignity. , , , ., , ., , V Q rf - 4 ur, -g, , -gs-f, f "'r',f:f1-' , " '7?'fr1:'-Q3-ffiiif ?:T23il3r'f f 2 , w ' , . A ' ' , ,, . ,,.,A . ., .. . V , . y,g'z"72 1gZf-, 'V ', . ' 4 1 ' ff ,151 I! ,,.a,,-: 44: ,Q V' ff f Michelle Lewis, this year's Homecoming Queen, Pictured Above with her escort, JeffBlum. if X W 1 f-, .n . ...ff f 1 f W ,rg Donna Gunderson, Senior Princess, and Mike Ludwig are viewing the serene Mary Lockert, Junior Class Princess, is seen Above sitting cheerfully seascape. with Elwood Rodriguez. Sophomore Class Princess, ,Denise Esseff stands, Below, in company with The present Freshman Princess, Lisa Hernandez, gazes at the peace- her escort, Carlos Galan. ful ocean with her escort, Hugh Clouse. Panthers in action w Y 4 22 I 5 Linda DePalma takes a serious moment to sit down and talk. This program Every day the girls go to the Hospital to visit the residents. It's a joyous has given her the opportunity to see how important it is that she cares. occasion. as Antoinette Callahan shows with a big smile. A program was offered at New- bury Park High School to help the students and the mentally retarded at Camarillo State Hospital. The program was referred to as "High School Without Walls". The pro- gram consisted of two 17-week series to coincide with the school semesters. Twenty students attend- ed from four schools, making a total of 80 students for each series. In re-- turn they would receive ten credits. The student volunteer would travel to the Hospital and help out with recreation, sports, personal grooming, academics, such as learning names, colors and num- bers. Their skills were also used in the Workshop for the Mentally Re- tarded, the Patient Library, the Behavior and Social Development Valarie Harris shows how easy it is to provide her love. concern and care without any thought ot Program and the Deaf PI'OgI'31'l'1. what she will receive in return. The students worked on a one-to- one basis with the residents under the supervision of Nancy Flowers who was the Supervisor of the Volunteer Services. The Program as a whole seemed to be a great suc- cess. Clubs 47a YWYYY l A ...Y .. --hx af' V. lin 5 In ix N qv Q' X X KL High chool Without Walls l J X X. 4 ffwlfeiff Valarie Harris helps in having a good time. She has a chance to do something con- structive in hey young life, by just caring. Antoinette Callahan and Valarie Harris make the trip down that long slide a little easier. 46a Clubs Many of the people are being helped with sign language. As Valarie Harris finds out she can really communicate. Students make fire-fighters ' , f J l ' l . w i r . I ' s l Jim Kendricks and Vemon Siren, two students from the successful fire-fighters program, proudly relax by the bright yellow fire engine. One program offered at Newbury Park High School involved work experi- ence. The program presented various types of jobs for a hundred and fifty students. They could work and earn ten credits per semester at the same time. Weekly assignments were required, such as filling out applications, pre- employment test and resumes. The stu- dents also had guidance in selecting a future career after High School. Another Program offered was the Cadette program. This program in- volved twenty senior boys, ten from Newbury Park High School and ten from Thousand Oaks High School. The boys worked at five fire stations in the Conejo Valley. They spent a minimum of ten hours a week and earned five credits per semester. The purpose of i this program was to expose them to fire science and the career of being a fire- man. :'. ' Clubs 45a Decca and W.A.A. leaders in business and ports Decca: Front Rowg Keith Broccoli. Second Row, John Sawyer, Larry Homer, Todd Schwartz, Lba Martin, Janet Haddox, Debbie Kelly, Kelly Reherman, Bruce Pendleberry, Jim Bynum. Third Rowg Jeff Batterson, Cathy May, Cathy Collins, Greg Berry, Terri Wise, Pam Jilg, Cindy Jenson, Steve Roche, Greg Hinkfus, Gary Davis, Jim Gates, Mr. Johnson. Back Rowg Mr. Faris, Larry Collins, Jim Leonard, Jill Johnson, Kevin Kuhn, Scott Martin, Fritz Dallmer, President, Greg Ayala, Vice-president, Collen Casey, Gary Dallmer, Bill Robi, Brian Foley, Stuart Gough, Kevin Springer, Not Pictured, Steve Smart, Mark Westwood, Chris Call. The Distributive Edu- cation Club at Newbury Park High School, In- volve theirselves in the development of future business leaders. W.A.A. - dedicated to the support of wornan's athletics at Newbury Park High School. The club had many fund raising activities to help finance the going inter- est in womanis athlet- ics. W.A.A.: Front Row, Molly Hartman, Kris Guranik, Juli Symons, Glynis Chaffin, Mary Ann Billinghiere, Shelly Oxford, Teresa Martinelli, Cindv Hunbert, Heather Locklear. Second Row, Robin Giamela, Lise Hemadez, Mary Lockert, Milissa Nathan, Julia Ausmus. Third Row, Nancy Getman,-President, Christi Decker, Joni Campbell. Shirley Marshall, Denise Bergem, Holly Eggebrecht, Cathy Paterson, Jackie Burke, LeAnn Uskai, Chris Ross, Vicki Lacasella, Melissa Kitnick, Genie Garber, Secretaryffreasurer, Aspasis Drivas. Middle of Third Row, Robin Suzuki, Collen Casey, Donna Kabot, Sarah Walton, Carolyn Appell. Fifth Row, Alison Anderson, Phyllis Wilson, Cathy Ferguson, Patty Harpel, Claudette St. Romain, Sue Crook, Robin Robb, Jody Mack, Debi Neel, Becky Baker, Vice President, Marilee Murry, Kathy Wilson, Karen Harauteunian, Michelle Panther. Middle of Fifth Rowg Ann Dixon, Sheryl Clarke, Jane Conard, Kelly Milner, Cindy Hahn, Karen Willis, Cheryl Matz, Debi Shaffer. Sixth Row, Gemma Marshall, Lauren Swiertz, Gennie Mundee, Anita Lopez, Barbara Baier, Publicity Chairmen, Mrs. Washbum, Advisor, Becky Schwartz, Ms. Dibble, Advisor, Sue Scitt, Dawn Trehan, Christi Colvin, Pam Wilson. 44a Clubs .i'5'. X QF my I ' 1 !" W xgjkj SDN F? xixgjxg Nw qfb l 'QQ i qwgiggp WV 53' . v gf, SW W Q91 W -h 4 I Vl i A 1 ! I 5 , if X 5 , I is 'J ff w 5 -12" 'I 1 qua iah tv 'L v 9 fy ' 0 W .521 0 ' W , ab' ti, qw, A :Q5 .M ,Pig xii? 'wx ' X V U THQ "" -i ,, - if i lf, a i 5 2452, y v 4,2 lnrf' tn.. QB so " " Y 1 I as ,A,, I A as iJv,,l We if J J Us G9 CQ .. V SUAL Ali CLUB 911143 A brand new da with Girls League Once again, the Girls League helped make Newbury Park High School a little more exciting. They sold candy-canes in December and held the annual Christmas dance. Later on in the spring they put on a fashion show. 42a Clubs 4? 0, 43 5233 " W' pf! . f , Q 2 s 2 , , if 2 2 5 'J 5 s 5 fa 1 s Q 4 J , gg gi I, 1 '. Q . if-Q ,.,. tl vi Q 5 v,.1 f., I' if ,I f f f if ' '24 .45 X J 7 Girls League: Front row, Lisa Bechard, Antoinette Callahan, Laura Rotte, Secretary, Tami Westbrook, President, Laurie O'Hara, Julie Lund, Publicity, Kathy Taylor, Publicity, Sandy Miller. Second row, Mrs. Ross, Sponsor, Linda Wilford, Chris Ezykowski, Dawn Trahan, Mary Podersak, Paula Lamb, Janet Rotte, Denise Henderson, Genie Garber, Mary Ann Fletcher, Robin Suzuki, Andrea Barringer, Mrs. Mathis, Sponsor. Back row, Theresa Klee, Wendy Mathis, Yvonne Malone, Jan Sanders, Shelly Brown, Vicki Bartley, Sharon Schonherr. Panther Band and arching Units, musical grace iw Q 4 e . r, , .N ij ff 'x f' 7 '72 ? Q- CT f - ,4 , , ,K i 51 ? C- Q! . J KA J f Pennant Carriers: Elizabeth West, Lisa Zeller, Sharon Carter, Nancy Stemple, Marci Blumke, Jutta Schunck, Karen Kocis, ffl-f 7 C A Sherri Scheindt, Robin Burgwald, Sh ' n, Not Pictured, Diana Metzler, Andrea Robins. Twirling Flags: Debbie f 1 X Palmer, Dianne Ferguson,Mary Cot ,Cindie Wilson, eniece Winchester, Cherie Wilson. , I f' I 1' K ff 5 f' 7 7 ff 0 it 9 . if 4 f, 1 ' -, . , , U I f 'U , f 'Q , nz' ,f 'v - 'll Z "X I 19 fu .". , If 3 . 1 f 1 X 1 1, ' 5 , g b , z' . ' , fi lg A! , f , -- 4 X ,J bf, A Banner Carriers: Renee De Mello, Joyce Bunnell, 'Sheila Cowan, Judi Earl, Kim Gienapp, Evaeon De Mello, Cheryl Jordan. Z ff 6 Majorettes: Teri Cunningham, Lori Bronson, Marilee Glanville, Not Pictured, Kand Brody, ? f , I 5 , i ,xx V ' , f , e cf a if cf f , f J L j P ,- , ' Q I1 .,,. P - l 'T I If ff f A 3 f K1 ' " u l f' G L' Drill Team: Front Row, Maureen Sevage, Laura Pitchford, Cindy Edmunds, Myma Rath, Cheryl Claycomb, , , Sue Huston, Becky Park, Debra Todd, Kathy Sobieski. Second Row, Lisa Neugent, Leslie Rowe, Lisa Chase, l Carol Annese, Kathy Breazeal, Patty Selvage, Helen Lozano, Pat Kelly. Back Row, Valerie Wood, Nanette Captain Shannon Edmunds- ' ,- Ayala, Veda Lee, Wendy Schrader, Sue Littlefield, Karen Zandt, Chris Ayala, Lynn Gourley. 'Z 4 il .J z ff ' 4 UQ, X, . ,I ,l f 73 ' ' f X Clubs 41a 1 -Y l l i i i I -t l V ii ii i i ll vi ii' 1, ,,I' i i 1 l l l , . l 1 i i n r l i l i 40a Clubs In ,157 ,, .briaz , I ,, i "iiWHH'rv , Marching Band: Front Row, Cathy Addington, Sue Moser, Jane Hall, Peter McDanald, Theresa Hunter, Pattie Beck, DeeDee Yihara, Mark Doty, Craig Draper, Terri Solomon, Chris Postle, Lisa Bechard, Mike Principe, Chuck Blake, Tony Alveraz. Second Row, Alyce Vjihara, Eric Palmer, Tony Saputo, Jim Butcher, Brian Dillingham, Ken Wallace, Mike Ross, Gloria Zandt, Barbara Cleis, Lee Martin, Bill Parise, Pam Mason, Chris Vavarella, Ken Burgwald, Alex Valdez, Kevin Marsh, Marvin Wells, Sue Beyers. Third Row, Jerry Love, Andy Hyatt, Joe Pelligrino, Kathy Hand, Kelly Smith, Joan Cata, Kelly Seebeck, Harvey Hutchins, Steve Keommpol, Ken Keomnipol, Mike Waitt, Ken Rini, Paul La Frenive, David Curtis, Ron Tam, Kim Jeronimus, Ted Mitchell, Mike Curtis, Jeff Stoutenbomugh, Wayne Trinka. Back Rowg Evan Horowitz, Kurt Stoorck, Danny Vonch, Vikki Behman, Don Kennedy, Joanne Klee, Ken Riley, Mike McDonald, Jeff Fodler, Brice Dailey, Blake Irving, Ron Goldberg, Dave Hagy, Jim Laakso, Jim Taylor, Rick Cleis, James Pearsall, Nick Schmidt, Kevin Rini, Mary Botch, Steve Ventura. The Panther Band, now nine years old, has come along Way since its first half-time appearance. The band participated in many South- land and Ventura County parades this year. They lead the 1975 home- coming parade and played at the Ventura county fair. The band is under the direction of Mr. Fisher and the Drill team is under direc- tion of Ms. Doyle. Both the Panther band and drill team and attached units are award winners in the parades they have competed in. Congratulations. Drill Team and Units: Front Rowg Andrea Robbins, Cindy Edmunds, Sue Huston, Cheryl Claycomb, Marilee Glanville, Lori Bronson, Teri Cunningham, Becky Park, Myma Rath, Patty Selvage, Cheryl Jordon. Second Row: Leslie Rowe, Karen Zandt, Lisa Neugent, Kathy Breazeal, Cherie Wilson, Deniece Winchester, Cindie Wilson, Dianne Ferguson, Mary Cotts, Debbie Palmer, Wendy Chrader, Laura Pitchford, Kathy Sobieski, Lynn Gourley. Third Row, Diana Metzler, Valerie Wood, Debbie Todd, Veda Lee, Lisa Chase, Sue Littlefield, Nannette Ayala, Helen Lozano, Pat Kelly, Carol Annese, Maureen Selvage. Back Row, Elizabeth West, Lisa Zeller, Sharon Curter, Nancy Stemple, Marci Blumke, Renee De Mello, Joyce Bunnell, Sheila Cowan, Judi Earl, Kim Gienapp, Evgeon De Mello, Jutta Schunck, Karen Kocis, Sherri Scheindt, Robin Burgwald, Shamn Washington. XJ NJN R X A x w iff Ji A X N . N- - , 1 X V ' X X 'ell MQ l'll"lol , f X 'N 'fd , ' l fx X AJ f .AX J K N A ' , C e Q NSN-J X li 9+ sw rf mf ' +1 fx ' ' QR J 'N W M l U of my lf sf M . -, x , A ' fi Bbw! ff .Lys My r , if xy X, ,X if 'X 'i , X , Y ' il 4 ' i ,x 'NJ if N ri f ' l xxx i X 'XX r X Q , lx ' I 'l ,N N A W i If' ff J i . f ' I f ' 3 ' ' ' X!! I ilu!! ' lr fl 9' l 'I 99" A ' QI! f 5' .:, V . 5 " 4 .'1-y'eN'.Ti.-.I!Ei'3'93 f liifzi f-:I X14-K'-:e,'. if5Vi'17' ff R lil: "' "' is ,f--P '-a,-.' e "'1afs'f111!QGSf4f - f ""'-Q gfa' Varsity Cheerleaders: Front upg Robin Suzuki, Denise Trusel, Noreen Abdalla, Randy Home, Donna Gunderson. rpg 5"-Elm ' 1 1- raw: wxrsl 4 .. Vi 3, . 'e 2 -4- -fu J v J v -4 rr 1 N J v Freshmen Cheerleaders: Front row: Janet Rotte, Sherri Arendts, Michelle Gioia. Back rowg Cindy Van Cleave. J.V. Cheerleaders: Nancy Mckniff, Sandy Cardamone, Kim Williams, Stacy Camp. Clubs 39a Cheerleaders turn .P.H. . on to spirit, Spirit of '76 The panther spirit squad this year brought with them many changes and also followed through on N.P.H.S. traditions. Instead of six girls and a mascot the varsity squad had four girls and a yell king. The girls cheered the foot- ball, basketball, Wrestling, track and swimming teams on to victory. To raise money to support their activities, the girls sold homecoming mums and valentine car- nations, a N.P.H.S. tradition. They held many car washes and a fashion show. Donna Gunder- son and Sandy Cardamone proved that football can be a dangerous sport, While sustaining knee injuries during a football game. RAH! Q. .Q .MK Cheerleaders: Front row: Nancy McKniff, Donna Gunderson, Sandy Cardamone. Second B ck YOWQ R11r1dyH0me. Cindy Van Cleave, Robin Suzuki, Michelle Gioia. Denise Trusel, Sherri Arendts, Noreen Abdalla, Stacy Camp, Kim Williams, Janet Rotte. 38a Clubs wi KSTX mqw if I 0 . Q4 7 ,agp 'pang V tg' .2 ng, 5E5s I ,,f f . slfivtflis .rt ' " 'l x xXix ' If , , , X s f 1 u . . Y f ' f ," ' X I , ' I 1 . 1 ii r S a e,fz':w, nia eff - f if 1 4441 N 33 tif? A.S.B.: dedicated to Newbury Park High School and the selling of A.S.B. cards. They brought to the students another exciting and suc- cessful homecoming Week. Involved in class elections and the N.P.H.S. nominating convention. A special bicentennial thank-you for all the hard work and activities A.S.B. has given to Newbury Park High School. 1 l I 1 .B.: Front Rowg Norm Sanford, Advisor, Cindy Law, Scott Young, Liz Buchanan, Cathy Freguson, Wes Cox, Don Bemstein, Sandy Olde k p S l y P d V ky Lacasella, Mark Shaw. Back Rowg Tim McCann, J,B.Holston, Mike Sullivan, Michelle Lewis. Freedom in Speech, action in A.S. . 36a Clubs ' ' " Tir? 1 i ' , I N.F.L.: Front Rowg Mike Kell, Peter Light. Second Rowg Angela Bland, Amy Reed, Eric Greenfield, Peter Stamos, Robin Suzuki, Kerri Gorden, Beth Symons, Damian Gen- nette, Adam Long, Claudia Korim. Back Rowg Kelly Morse, Bryan Heath. Steve Apperson, Marcine Solarz, Amy Jenkins. Aron Roberts, Sharon Siegele, Scott Rodriguez, Matt Chapa, Carl Liedtke, Tim Barnes. Marc Brody, .I Jr r The Newbury Park National Forensic League has many a- wards and accomplishments to their name. In October they hosted the Newbury Park Speech Tournament and through out the year they par- ticipated in many speech tour- naments and debates. German and One a Clubs German Club: Front Row, Beth Barad, Nancy Symons, Sharon Siegele, Anne Kuethe, Mary Burkholder, LaDonne Chambers, Kim Pickett, Jackie Ray, Maggie Alinstead, Diana Metzler, Eugenia Zorich, Liz Reif. Back Row, Harold Covent, Denise Fleer, Mike Calahan, John West, Britt Silver, Tony Silver, Steve Cordes, Ted Venolia, Bob Hitchcox, Kevin Danzig, Kevin Laffin, John Anderson, Mrs. Feller. One Way Club: Front Rowg Aurora Martinoviel, Linda Gormley, Mary-Ann Meshersmit, Donna Jendian, Debbie, Amy Jenkins, Janie Patton, Mary Sullivan. Second Rowg Mark Shaw, Ralph Goers, Vicki Lacasella, Mary Podorsek, Bob Miller, Sue, Denise Mortiner, Ellen. Back Rowg Gary Sinner, Rich MacCann, Mike Wallace, Don Georgeidez, Terry Funclac, Scott Hanley, Mr, Lin Thomas, advisor, Mike Ludwig, Cynthia Greer, Teresa Elias, Terry Carlson. aww'-it , This years German Club had another active year. In October they made their annual trip to Alpine Village to participate in the Octoberfest festivities. In November they held a candy sale to raise fun ds for future trips and for the German club Christmas party The club also made inquires into trips to Germany for the summer. The One Way club, a newer organization on campus, has also been active this year raising money and stren ghtenin g their membership. Clubs 35a Theatre Art Club The Theatre Arts Club had a really active season this year. They put on Dark of the Moon in October, starring Frank Melia and Jackie Gavazzoni. The drama class staged a few Brown Bag Theaters, and One Act plays. The Club took part in the One Act Festival again at L.A. Valley College. They held fund raising activities to help finance this years productions. The club rounded out the year with an awards picnic headed by Thespian officers Kim Cowdin, Sara Wilson, Lauri Birenbaum and Debbie Smith. Theatre Arts Club, Advanced Class: Front Row, Laura McCabe. Second Row, Miles Meier, Linda Needham, Christy Decker, Frank Melia, Melba Martz, Mike Miller, Laurie Birenbaum, Peter Light. Back Rowg Theresa Dillingham, Shellie Colbo, Brian Humphrey, Debbie Smith, Damian Gennette, Kathy Rocha, Kerri Gordon, Jerry Comick, Darlene Featham, Tim Irving, Kim Cowdin, Lori Brown, Advisor. 34a Clubs NL i - ,, ew- 'fv R Stagecrafts: Front Row, Tim Irving, Vinnie Mellone. Back Row, John Cranny, Nick Cipollini, Curt Crane, Lorraine Adams, Jim Harber. Theatre Arts Club: Front Row, Cindy Kraft, Adam Long, Cathy Connelly. Second Row, Sheila Cwalinski, Mike Cur- ran, Debbie Smith. Back Row, Meredith Robbins, Theresa Dillingham, Laura McCabe, Nick Cipollini, Kathy Rocha, Elaine, Tammy Block, Patti Glynn, Kim Pickett, Laurie Birenbaum, Betty Mclver, Eric Greenfeld. T F Theatre Arts Club: Front Row, Christy Decker, Frank Melia, Melba Martz, Mike Miller, Jim Priest. Second Row, Christi Pesout, Barbara Wendley, Peter Light, Kim Cowdin, President, Tim Irving, Damian Gennette, Darlene Featham, Kerri Gordon, Debbie Ninneman, Jerry Cor- nick. Back Row, Sandi Westbrook, Wes Cox, Clay Benton, Shellie Colbo, Linda Scherer, Eric Greenfeld, Brian Humphrey, Linda Needham, Leslie Excell, Cindy Van Cleave, Patti, Mary Padorsek, Lorraine Adams, Patty Salvage, Matt Chapa, Karen Kocis, Jennie Decker. A, be nw R AIM Q X. X QU N Qi f gif t -if QS' JJXVQEVQP PCSU vm' Z,,,fd'Jpfo0 iw, ,,iQ5'U,i ,XXV ,ix l My , ,r+ilU',fgQOffiJY3i 5' iQif,,a,g,,,yg,i3, i , YW? fox? We JVM Bwjwggyggigivxp wir am? Ufbo 'JNLWK QQ Theatre Arts Club, Front Row: fThespiansJ Tristan Bonn, Darlene Featham, Peter Light, Myles Meier, Brian Humphrey, Christy Decker, Damian Gennette, Kathy Rocha, Laurie Birenbaum, Debbie Smith, Matt Chapa, Jodi Gray, Jackie Gavazzoni, Eric Greenfeld, Janice Myck. Second Row, Gail Rosecrance, Rory Garber, Kim Matthews, Robin Waters, Julie Payne, Patti I-lauch, Corinne Idriss, Candy Marcoe, Holly Miles, Kevin Danzig, Lorraine Adams, Shellie Colbo, Tammy Block, Theresa Dillingham, Lyn Appell, Cindy Kraft, Cathy Connelly, Ann Grant, Curt Crane, Jim Priest. Third Row, Alice Dillingham, Lauri Vondera, Christi Pesout, Barbara Wendley, Linda Anderson, Kim Pickett, Sharon Seigele, Adam Long, Dave Iml-loff, Wes Cox, Debbie Ninneman, Betty Mclver, Gerry Comick, Mike Miller, Nancy Adamson, Tara Hoffman, Chris Frank. Back Row, Jennie Decker, Sandi Westbrook, Eric Coppersmith Scott Appell, Meredith Robbins, Tim Schultz, John Cranny, Nick Cipollini, Jim Kasper, Mrs. Brown, Greg Perkins, Jim Harber, Jess Borgeson, Diane Weltig, Dan Miller, Tracy Home, TomlPagano, Shelley Cowan, Cindy Van Over. Clubs 33a .MiYg'l5"WE ' EIGL ' .'!k:4fm-.warms-wi'usa .sin-L 1, , , "' A' W I 141 'N' f 11wnhau.1,J 4 T 11k W1 -' -1 1 , 1 1 1 11141: -11111 1 1 1 1 , ,1 M 1 - 1 M, ,117 111 1 1. , V 1 , .11 11 , . .L 111 5 W ,L , ,, 'L' Q, J , 117, 1 Y, ly 1 1Y!11,i',i11111,1 L1 11Qfj1,T,11,'-1,1"j1 '1 A1 1f 1. Q V W V , - .h 1:,J: , . ,J 51 , 1 ,V, ,,,,-i- ,,,,, 15,117 .,,, ,V '-.,, ,,,, ,,, '1 ff 11111115111 121111111112-11, 4. .'1Q.11111f I' fi1e1111111111111m1 1 , , , T, , Y ,,,. 7 Qlfqxj, 5 T115 .T,11"F1,',T', 1 171 .11, 111 31571: L11,11,V111H ' 11,,', ,T,, ,,,, , f1,, ,j1,, ,. fEf1,,,,11,, '111111111111J'L1111,111,111l'1,'11111'-51 1:111Q111,17w1115-' 151'1U11f1:"?' k11",,, Q.. H. T ' rv, 1 1 ,, ,,,' .u ,, , '11, ,A,-X - 1 i H, WM. f mr- 11- 11 C. 11 01 MQ X , 1,141111111.1111-,..,, 11,l.1N11111v1111 13 ,151 ,'1r'111.,11,1r1w,, 11 11110911.15 1111?12j1U1f1'11M"Q, 1253151 E3HSE"75'Eil ' 1H5111211131111,1f,11111:f,11511in1 1115 ILm1n'1fi11em1 11Q116111's11,mf11 1'C1QH111fi1f11,, 15151193511 Maw 1153111111515 ? M,31f1n1is ,., TL11i,1111n1se1m1 TQMQQQI H1i1wH1LiLm1?1,, M Hmfiifmg, IKia11f1:e1im IHI11Q.E3111Q: 1111111112111e1mi1 1111 4231111111 Di3i1Q11m M11111?1151111gma11Q11Fn1'a1Q1f1i11 115111112131 fQl1+mu1mcQ1m1, H1915 ,,N1o1M11s1u1111m1 B211Q1cimsvHU Fi2:11m1tlm1'QFQ Keaiwim Hezi11m5i111Q111 V11u11i1e1mfs11f1g1,, 11f11a11m1Qg11 fGe1bmai11m 113119161 s1g1QQi5aH 1113321m11Eis 11161 My ',,, Mus, CCKDHQHH ffm midi-2151 4,.,'L fx,, 1. ,,,,, -,'1. -5 112111111111111111g,u1:i1g11L111s111 EHl1is111f1,1f311 FPQ1H61:fa111111iz I1S11a1mQfg12 C15:1m1LmC1m 1Y1f1m'151'Q1Q,1Ei 155151215111 lWQ1H1'1if15Q11Qii,5: Ns1LmcyG3112vi51iUQLa1 13 1iQHm11'i1s15i1911C16:1H11fif111,A161161 Diiifiiifil 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 if -ml, 3 -4 V i L77 ,M ,, -can--eg...--wiv" is K -- 40 --f -- V w I i I I I 1 1 xi , u Ciubg 5 K C'luhA, -Q., ,wh .www 'nq flu' x w'U'h ,,,., 3 1- V2-vw YA--A-ivgm 87.74 Y 1 W ,, Y ltw, 74" ,-WJ., ugh., ,I lv. ,I fy. wr 11.. " uf, sf..x+'.v 1 1 ::4,x.i.?,,'ji,.:1b..jw,.5,:,, Ev.. , I .' His'-511' 51" va 1 JBL? .f5?e3fe,,Jlusf s+ 1 1 1 4 WOj A f QM , www f Um if W E V W W X0 ilfjpj wx M W W WSWS N Jimmy Q02 M GV Q0J X FQ' agg13RVOXXGV3X5ii5EwCj6m M MSDN QW N 0 W XL 9 M MMM gi MR ffm , K:,-k...Q:a:e1..,!,..-....- el :L--h - Y Panther Territor Expand This year, thanks to the school bond passing, Newbury Park High School has had some new additions. Two P.E. buildings and a locker room for the ath- letic teams and equipment, along with a third classroom complex to complete the high school. A curious person examines the new P.E. and rec. building. 32a Clubs New P.E. buildings in early stages of construction. , .V -Lag.:-, ff .,.,.,.::7:,z::::12-11.r-,:si:-s:a1:2e:4::5:g,f'eww:Bas4':q3f:yffs:afebkszrigfifcw f,f- .vg,:f, . " Q.. . i, -r . ,. . sicgs ' we ,.. .' seggg s 5,li asf'-ffef':zv2w:fLffsw'--fezf, ' W. mg+':zsW?52f12fe52sf1f . ff :sn my -m" :.'w.:ff f I ,y-:arwr:v:.:' ?-A 1 N- v.,s,9w '- ' .P -'ga 'v- X02 'K '?rzi:t:2:,a- wfgi.fl--fag:-f fm ,Q s ,, if Q, ye, , 5 2 la fa! isiztpazirlfyiis., v "-ak' M .- Q w w . . v zwuzri . , ' ',s.:-vgf.lEI:5:?Er1:f: ' , ,,-fog' , -5 5 V. - ' ef- a rf: :fam-1-vie, . ' ' .' 4' A-'3f:Q:':f:1W11i. . ,w-4+farre-+m:+v.1ffbffk?g3?f'P+5452-Pg, as -Q i 'ERS-Q,-f...:.-mf.'.:. - g 3 ., 5 -'sf wmmfn,f-vfsimfawyfs-1.2. .-ea 4a sf -was-mwwf:s.:ff.V gf. .r 1 X' gsuitasgg, L " S' 2 we rf21-1:sf,-5i1-.1:fs:1as511-ka2442:-:exam:Swia?a1f:f'?f:::f.. :--e-a4-mu::Kewfm:-i-M.-.mm ,wfrf :easesIm:Lifharass:-'::f:afs:?5gwbv:1S' ,,2?'.m,6fwr:fw2Ss:1-rwf, ne'-: .,e2'I5i'5g' -Igl:ZI.f'7'J-If?-95'-'Qb:f!5'7'21,.472f:T?55,-iv"'-2 1 " ' M, , - , 'f ' J ' 113295. ,lltizf-fi Ag. vitfigx -' , X f. .. f - fa 45' -ug aw. -.,- , . H --" m,.,:- i , , s, V . zahcfirlg.'3?-.gf1,14552E2H5gf5j:y'9.h:22if1AfPrgfair-:wr-,zen2-fit-:gwP,., af.--s - fm 3,1e..+-,, .-1-:,::-5,5 ,, vw-fwffqfqi-'5i,g'N-',X ,ivy .h i - : w.1::-ee n' .,f, fi - ' ' 'Y' 4 . ,W .f,,:53.:...: , N ,,-.5:yuse:-a::v1z,,31:4392fH 3 , . Qt , ,V .iv , ,W A , L m:,1,31,::mi-1,f:g,1 . -, . i .:- -. ,.g- H i i. ' ' Y -. . -,935 , " "9'i:3:f1, 33:-1, -' ' :' 'Mfr' ' I ' ,. , '53' '- ' " " 'Sal -v3.iSKv,Sir 1' ' 3. ' ' " ' ' ' K ' ' - f- : ,- P- ' .F'-1:-'51,-:':" :i5:'-- ,1.':- . ., ':.:.1f:g1, .zf--'1-.'::.5:-:.3 e-5.1gp:Sig'133-:5f',-1,fe:,:gs.,:51 - w , ,, .- v M.. P- P , ' ' ' 1 1 s ,s Later the finished product of the above picture. Hmm, I wonder what it's going to look like. -I 11 .1 I ' ' ! .1 D ' W 45.5. LE: A ,. Ziiaw. f I 3 Concert Band: Front Rowg Brian Dillingham. Second Rowg Ken Rini, Concert Band: Percussiong Terri lsenburg, Brice Dailey, Pam Mason. Eric Palmer. Third Rowg Mike Waitt, Ken Koemmpel, Steve Koemmpel. Back Rowg Robin Burgwald, Chris Vaccarella, Dave Curtis. Concert Band: Front Rowg Kevin Rini, Kurt Stoerck. Back Rowg Tony Alvarez, Paul La Freniere, Jim McKinnon Marvin Wells. ' Clubs 31a Concert Band Along with performing at concerts and at athletic events, the Panther instru- mentalists and marching units have compiled a long list of awards to their past achieve- ments. The band took third place at the Halloween Fes- tival Parade, the Drill Team took third in the Ventura County Fair Parade, while the Majorette Team placed sec- ond. The Drill Team also placed third in the El Primero Band Review, the Percussions took a third place also. The Marching Band placed first in the U.C. Northridge Half Time Competion, the Drill Team took a third in the Hawthorne Band Review and solo Ma- jorette placed second. Concert Band: Front Row, Sue Moser, Jane Hall, Deniece Winchester, Cathy Addington. Second Row, Dee Dee Ujihara, Patty Beck, Mary Botch, Barbara Cleis, Chris Postle. Back Row, Joanne Klee, Debbie Heinrichs. , gl-QL ,t W 2 ..-, A Concert Band: Sitting, Vikki Gehman, Terri Solomon, Alyce Ujihara, Concert Band: Front Row, Ted Mitchell, Alex Valdez. Back Rowg Mike Teresa Hunter, Beth Van Ernan, Lisa Bechard, Carolyn Van Ernan. Principe, Chuck Stultz, Matt Robbins. Back Row, Chip Hutchins, Don Kennedy, Mike Ross, Joe Pellegrino. 30a Clubs A.F. .Plu . .F. Equal Time, Acti ities, and Energy .!, A,F.S.: Carol Annese, treasure, Lori Baldwin, Marc Brody, Tina Bul- man, Sharon Carrell, Mark Castro, Linda Claxton, Joleen Dansey, Fa- Koeske, Leslie Lake, vice-president, Diana Merzler, Keeley Miller, The A.F.S. members spent a lot of time and energy this year raising money for future A.F.S. participants and planning activities for those A.F.S. students who are visiting the United States. California Scholarship Federation spent their energies planning field trips, some of which included visiting many college campuses, and also planned fund raising activities to build bienne Deforges, Nanette Ferrara, Eric Goldstein, Shelly Holmes, Leslie Hebrank, Tamya Johnson, Elania Janess, Debbie Kimball, Cheryl Jodi Pachuta, Robin Robb, Peggy Smith, Vanessa Smith, Peter Stamos, president, Sally Stivers, Lee Sutton, Cathy Stansell, Laureen Swiertz, secretary, Nancy Symons, Sarah Walton, Karen Zandt their treasury. C.S.F.: Sandra Jeanne Allen, Sharon Ammons, Marty Angerman, David Banks, Debra slatgl' Liiglfflsiiffdy Law. Laura Loritz, Julie Lowver, Ann Lyons, Michael' McDonald, Peter Banning, William Bamett, Frank Bellinghiere, John Blake, Carol Bloodworth, Joanne c ona , eba Martz, Kell Miller, T0 i Bowline, Sean Browley, Cindi Brown, James Brown, Scott Burton, Danielle Butler, Evelyn Nelson, Lisa Neugent, Mary bllorton, DanamPg1lJtl1eliai.iZeli1g Ilidaliiliel Rlllnnlq Mohsmanl Larry Cheney, Linda Claxton, Richard Cleis, Cathy Collins, Kathy Deschenes, Dan Devalk, Jackie Ray, John Reeds, Robin Robb, Aron Roberts Susan Rob rim 'ar Sl Rnbert Peters' Becky Dibble, Timothy Dick, Lisa Dillon, Mary Doherty, Cathy Fergeson, Sean Flaherty, Rodriquez, James Roum, Claudette St Romain ,Brian S der sl bteYen'RDCh'e' Joseph Julia Fry' Mike Gallenstein. Ralph Goers, Todi Gray, Dorothy Gustafson, Karen Guz, Siegel, Barry Silver, Susan Smalley Steven Sina t J hansersf' Julia bchmlpt' Mallc Timothy Hacket, Jane Hall, Karen Harautuneian, Roy Hardiman, Lauren Hebrank, Spence, Peter Stamos, Daelene Steele Paul St k r in O' n' mlihl Pegg! Smlth' Blu Richard Heine, Kathy Hitchcox, J.B. Holston, Barton Huber, Teresa Hunter, Susan Susuki, Elisabeth Symons Nancy Symons MEI limil 'liwld bundlusl Lee bumni Robin Hunter, James Hyatt, Stephen Johnson, Wendy Johnson, Kurt Keyser, Stephen Koe- Lee Ann Uskali, Ted Vendlia Teri Vieth t lCkaW ll aylorl Laura Tesarl David TSO' mmpel, Debra Knox, David Kronk, Vicki Lacasella, Richard LaFraniere, Karen Luakka, Mark Wendley, Kim Wiles, Dean Zweny l a no 8 l bmah Walton' Bert Welshmer' Clubs 29a Mat Warmers: Front Rowg Brenda Cody, Lorrie Colier, Terri Jacobson, Kath Wall, Kim Kardos, Yvonne Malone, Theresa Kruegar, Lauren Har- ness. Back Rowg Delia Janness, Lisa Cundy, Cindy Jensen, Tracy Monteith, Debbie Oc- Kander, Patty Johnson, Nancy Stivers, Valerie Barrett, Mar- garet Armstrong, Loretta Oc- Kander, Angela Bland, Cladia Roum, Annett Malone. CSeen Below is Jon Moreno showing an easy pin in the Royal Match. Mat armers This year the Wrestlers had the assistance of a group of girls called the Mat Warmers. These girls helped the boys raise money at car washes and other such activities. They also helped at every match. The group was a newly founded organization this year, which can clearly be seen at the right. by, fi Z, 4 1. my ,W W., if 42,1 Fg,.,35g-,1-f ,514 'i My Q6 ,Af '44 I fl 5 " , . K, 27,-Q.g:f, 7, I 1.?',iv,ff ,',, Q 513 1 ,, ,JIU gf f QW V, . if 'f ,gfi,fm,. Q 0 ' 214 1mf3 friif I + , f 1 4 f V . .V ,nj , 1, f 1 441 ' " "V "WffWW5ff, ,, 1 Q 1 ' ., M J A fm A 4. W V ' 4' v pr:-44421 K , 1 QM in 4 ,411 ,f 1 . gy ,, ,W Q f 1. ,f WJ' a-ev, eu .-. A-ami" , W ' 4 'VE ,ry ' ",'!Q To a frxend by Jane Pugh 1 K J VI V K jrkx e , ef' Q' :AQ ,J V5 G51 n 'S L I 31 , JV QLQ -fu I 'Q 4 I .A f Mn 4' l"7- 1 bf r ix! A- -oftlg in -. t ' gli ' 'H 'say 2' ...gl ',f . V .Nnwvv r" . .o wm .fx ,, .-:A V .' .IN .. 1 J' Av, J I I1-KY' gr ,Q I 1' 2 ' 'ffxggg ,Q A' .- V . ff? .Lag XZ: -- v V Wfmm f1T4QJ + .E .Al-efinlggkoqjfof hi' 1 'sf.l 2 ---- r -- .3 Hui.-J---7-.f.-1: .. -M --4 1 JJ' - I ., , Il.. b 'I Q 13.4 .. -1 .F W Q 'DF' ' T" mv' . . f .hh 4, 1 ww V . K. i . Q N' , I 5 - -. , lf' v" 1,,z. ,, 'i 1 U sslgiigp . - .- . A I by mxgftz , ' .., .4-I Q ,L 4. F Q V 4 A AZ: J. E 2 F Y 8 SN R D -' . '- f 'f v- ,4.- ,...,. . ., - . - -- - e. ,K , ,i,.:5,-S-5Qg5,,,73gdw likes. .,,,.- ' -': 1 '- f . ,V J- .-. . ,,,,- , ,q,,.,. . v..4A.- f ,e Q - ,N - V A " ' f-"ww, - . Q-...--.SL-.1-f ' , ' z..-if"-.. . "x2'f-rf ., 55, - A -fw-.- .sa -4 e . V - f ---w-L.f,.,n:'.-- , , 'x- U S' Paris by Kersten Rosemarm Creative Photography e 351 5 . -1 ' , X 5' Q " K 1 , ,W 5 A litho by Deborah Moore Fine Arts 253 t 'WV www Qfiwf i " 1 WTVX XJ Qbwsiiwl wwops 'wiwy WM WWW ljfv,eUSf.Lfr'mfx1?2J ECW 'WLQF9' 1 w1:9ff6fwnfvNox51 The photography program at Newbury Park High has been initiated by Mr. Valentine, who has put much of his devoted time and effort into a highly pro- ductive photography lab. The students are developing creative styles and printing techniques with the use of this lab. The dark room includes seven enlargers, a complete system for developing film, making and mounting prints. Many of the students experimented with litho and solorizing. Pictures on the pre- ceeding pages are examples of outstanding student photo- Self-portrait by Marth A iii V Ol is 6 T i c , args, raw 2 its Se igigfie g gc 'tif is X N Seagull byP Z1 cgipzkrts ' f K- Af V14 . 4 - if - ' .r ,A ' D Nafq-0.0 . M v X . '4"i"' .::""' 'W 1 a 1 , '. '5- ' - ., J ' K. ' 1 Q 7 1 . 57 - 4 X ..V. . ... , 1- r . .5a1:":"f f'21:.:2N'-' -'Qian , . e - - l' .Y X - 71 if - ' ' .E , Pl ' . V - W ?.,f.,f!:f,.2u K img- A V LAL. Xa .K P, K YL 4' ' V, V h - 1 , .-be--,i .if "staff-:Hari . ,faggrkrig-gy55,v.y3.,5,,p,a. Q-sfs--.1 , 1 , . , f,. ,. we Q:-'ff-M-rfrrp X --f-?1fv-.ew-reg -1--'fax -, ,, .. . 4 :J - . . ,. Vkrm--fs..x fue .-.,.,.V-k,. . . . .. , w , ,W , .N ..X.N.,,,,. v M X V, .i,,'..r,x,,: WHA. my -.r ,, .A ., yn. , W. , 5 ' H . , 4 ,, ,:- .:, .gr ,:A.-3531, ,fe-3-sgnxx rw-,. -. .-f':m,x..ea.f.:,.::-, -, M k- f. . --.' "' I 'f - ' X X 'f f .4 ,. ' "I " ' ' ' will rf.: is .wanna m'ff'r::f-ffssg'-fri1- .1312-eg 'apes-fmsiif-,fa..1:'f'we-1-+1 '-.--we ' ' 4 ' n " 1 r ' 'aff -1:.:fr'2.e--irf.'-w7"- A-.'f.f-"-YQ.-1 : - vm' -W.,--ff are-P-1HJNf'?f'1"!?E-f '71-'1'-1 .Q . ,.. ., yy f w-nw - .-'rrmzrsx 1u,:"74:-Srflxii-wgffk ' rs, 1','fas.,5k'ai,1Q3f -' -ET-1 6511.-1 -41, 'J-1 M- . - r -, -Q, f---: fe,-.w-41:9-?f'k,ge , Jia-,5 ,Q r A y:,t1f..,a1-.,'.q.5.f .r ww, gf,1:..-.-5.f- 1: -5 ..4 -g-A515 2 r 1 , V fs'-: ""2'L5fQ3!-'1-r5,-WX QQQSQT-g',:4+1gve,':"fa+1irQf'---Q'msn'-f1'f'1Y4'f5 'ffffwfwf-1Qf'fI'ff'?:.airegri ,J ,' aww-S7241-'1""'XEYa'fsf?'i. '4.--f.f:K1?u.tw?:,a- : :H-'ali TWPR' . - ' ,sr 1 X' - -,.vf-sativa ff-er J,:v.a---1Jff::1.r sfw .:- f4-s:-2.-'--- .wa . rf,-.vfw-my fwagfr.-.ff "I" x I - ' ' 'fiqi-Figs:-V ara? 29:1Q-:g-1Lfkfawsiriiiil171:32-'ggi' 31-22 I -,ij - 1 , ' -I ' fr.: ,: f-'-imc?-f :fxFe-.1g'sf1i+wf.fe3:-fawFS'2iw,r?LHaw:afL3e,- f 1 f ' X . ' I "-V 1 ' ' '- ' '7rL"C"TL5f?1".fT:-1' E53-15.15-:twfu'-EJ'11-1-.5-'hifii-53433-4fi-"Ziff 3rl'i"5J-12 "Y L-452-HU-'eff 1, g 'v , MV- ,ft--'.Y,r7,f yv-g.sq1:J.wW:--'auf .- no ,mf 1 V-Q-35+-,: Lp' -. 1xX,!'ff'-eggyg-,-. ,-. ' , z":.'f'- - - ei-,af -,2svff:s'Ixfe:r1:mffr -v..f"1f1 -2:-w.:w.:L:?i'u21L-:rl-fffvfzli 2 .. , I Qfrgfbilx i::p.:4.:g, 1,1-5:33, .bleed 5.15. :L aussi' --, A5:,f?5.qr-in,bag-w-.-..,5w:E: 2 V fy ,f f 1,-T Irriir. -Ffa' .- 61?-f-Q-L2fff'aafN'?' ' , ' .- F' 1, , ' - .' 1 -' ,f H41 1 T1 -, Q4E,3?':fzisi5i15.pV:ff.'51 .' Q " T-3f'11S3vgie1fi:af, Q UG f f . -,'a.g.-T, ' 'i?4xj:'l , C' f 72344 i 1 1 - f f , ' f - 1 IfLzlfwifiillei-fl21: -5 A 1, ' 1 ,f f - P", -, f -f,-112311 1 -uw'-1 Q-w.:'34aq5 f 12.3 --' -fi-1. 1 A , , f , , H fx , 15. ...aw 5 ' '-" 1 I 1 ..pii22Z3+15ffi'3F'35 " ' ' FF Lfm' if f X , ,b , ,. V- - Mi, V M f " 1' f 2 .' 1 ff i ' 4 4 1 K X 5 i. f . A 9. Q - . 7 X - I 1 1 1 Ocean viewed through the Photographers eye I San Diego Pier by Nancy Cannon - Q21 ,f TIS: 0' I4 w,,'2.l..L. I 2. .f W 'Wie xx-.I ' 1' he fa ,V A J I W we a- 1' - , x V433 y 1,41 "-rn. 'J 1. ' I' ' ' , " , K Q21 L-:gig .a 1:1 Xt, 4' ,V 5 ,,.,9' -.- 3 i, ag, x Y ,Yt'1'.'f"p..'j7. """' we l :aff iffivji' ' Nw H 1 4 .453 . iz -':,, Q . J 4 . ' ,Jw 1 7 L" .Q x . f-TX ff 1- .-. , A, -. A... 5. . - X U , xiii.. in 4 P5 i.1"'5" ' Yyxxf 36 nf ' v . ' 5 NX ' ., ,inf 1 .ly L , ,ax - I , J . f- , 6-xm...'.,, -M iv' ,tl 'N ' 1. Y ' I - .N ,W ' ' -aw.-is ffl' " ' ' .v my 1' 't'.ekgV'f:x--' 1,1 V Wt, cas, ,. ,U 5 2 'in ' if ' .34 1-a .-. .-:Ji ,K . e ,v.. -'Q ' 'ifmff' fa 1. - ,YM , Fx . ,i', 'mf Lljpxf 1 K in . - - 1 ' on af ' . Lx 4 A . ,. ..' af' ,' uf ' ' 5' ' V :W i W H : ft'-"m -' v.'. ,ab . .1 ,V , .. ,Y V., K .. I bl Qs.: . . an A Q25 V ., A , Q V V . K - A I , A Morro Bay by Mark Sanders V X 25 111 I ' ill' 1 AL .g- :H -wir-ni:-g'::,a1.,g.-"V . ,,g,.L ,L z-v.r,55wg:alnEil5,2.15,'fgzf -Q-I., W ., . ,+.--N.,-fy:g,,,,,,, 'fx ,W ,L , Q . . ,mu L -11, A.,--fffipgf-b IQAAQEQ:--Q5.3,'z, V 3 V ., -,:-xr-, .-.,., ,...,.. WQIWQ fb. f.: ,Z rg, X f J lg ,. 'Q' . ,. , . 1, f' 3 E f Rig' I K , Q' A-11 Q . x., Point Lobos by Paul Moore .-:+w' x,5g4'j g zz' w.. " -?!xf'?T'f". I' ,, -vw- L 'Yum Leo Carrillo by Michelle Panther ,, . .-W. , A ,.. - Q- mfg : A V -1 -4- ff-4 . X .-' ' .--, - , -.-1:--:pp ff, -if -,.1' fn-F1f'i"1 J .CV 421:96 5- . A .Q 14,1 - 1 flfl-f"'-4. . ,x . i' Li" 1j.f1g?:fq,g,,g-S 5 5 - 22- 3 ix:-mtg , , 1.1 Qifgsffh. num'-Q1 ' :f-wg -vw: ' 1,:f"2iT41He 'rfsavn-7 Afni :raw 4 " ' V ' 'is-' '+-n:k.H'- ' - f 1 1' 1.-.f-LZ-,M 1,44-L,.1?,.,Qgw,51 , ' x X 0 U Ifww IJ fx' n' 'Y w ,f M 1 s if ' ff H f , H ff: Q Q f , f 5 JQ NC fm DOY LOAN! ,pwl MQ V IN X J if 0 I? gf.Lg,i7 O :WEL Q C O RUJVM ,LQ K9 ,fb X , . MLN 23 ,X N ,QM S UV? ,fqvfafg U' ,: MQ' , fx C W Sy G41 ,ivqlfgf A lu" ,qnflfl ' .ful X, X P , 0 W QQ J V F j'E,J VM L Nffyyrqh, NV Lf f Q Af N V ff Q50 . 1,2 ffkfx VAL' - J O af fm U' 51 Y Q 47 I -f L. f ,A ff' C WW! Q f , K io I fwfn Q QM' if AM- ' ' iw" J .MW M V MMV JL If Q, ox my k yi ' , 7 W 1 J fi K 1 AM f S X PV 6 J iffc aj f I 4 ,, fs f, y ,gf O GNU Dwi? ocff-f r J i 0 jg QD pf cg! U41 pf 0 CTW W Av Q ' Dy? ' in V11 ,Q K ffm I WO GJD Qk JU 0 Du fx Ofyjv ly JJ 715 gs ,fcgffgj Q10 T ' OJ.V1jx f Oi ,, MQ? 'V Lfyv- 0 'y?, Q1 jy' f ft SLC 0 G' gay JQVU Q Q!! J Self-portrait by Paul Moore E72 J . 5 ,0719 - Fine Arts 213 f, H Q4 WQQQ- gioffpdl wiv op Objwjjy of M j , X 1 f Q f'-5? MM VT! N L, n M U N 00 uf in F QV f 'i JF J df f. UL. ji!! 'J' gf! 0 f, 'T 1 W G! 7b Q boo? M99 K9 NJ ,BLD MX A Jim !,mOnfwJ C, Up- of Lg! jj PAM , ,VUXGWQ je V O QQ, 'D 1 jk! FD C91 ' ' A " 1 U "Y ffl 1 , ' .A U Sf 9 H' W ff P' af W N F k 9 O W W fm V J VV E 0105- inkh all mfr 4' h O I1 'X Lp A A V V' h dl! IJ' M X I V QOJWQ XXWWAO , ,UQ5 Oj5LViij,5'- J ?Qf'LfQaf'WfJC4LCjJll ,173 Q UWT 6X JK 9 'jf 0 fry pit iffy f 'P Q ,fs ff V -J , pf if A ' 4 A Q fwjdfj ggsffbvd O Qui Q 0 IGUV Q 15U'jr Kg! S jig, M 0 f Uft , 'jx K 'V JJ W IW 0 Jw' 7 F.y,fQ.1 QP M M Us Q1-oh, V f N95 ph ULD fp A L .lf 19' Ajfjf 'Q' J 0 'i 14,1 ' IX XMC V 0 W1 W fs M NO Sf Q JJ so we we f W ,MW W , U k J AX H1 Ml' sl ' ., fs DOQF CIOJJJ UJQ1 550,50 165 Bl ,Ml PM 1 L4 4 O! M be 'MVOQQ 09 wwf ' ! W fe YN V LQKUJ L i'oQv3K5NVOJV1D Ujklfn Agp jf W UJX, JL Olp Xogjw My Caffxr QNJ XV Jay' Jxfrjmrf jjj I9 if N 0097 j, DDO R lj we fxxf fo M J W Vf KMXQ fUAdv,jJWJN0j, Wfpyjfd WOO njggjg EM M09 Uflj KQV EIA, yjfjjgy QMi5wjpP5kf3gNwCW 9 fpeyfqcw fs Nffe'Q' J gpO ck 2 ' ' 4 I p I P 3fiif3X aww gf WW wif QZQFL 99243 Wool V 0 M BJNOJNU Photography is a way of expressing oneself Morro Bay by Mark Sanders Z0 F A t fkwffwfsefwxdfwffsexwffjw pp NW SQQXQW3 D N owmj ACB nw O W ff 1 W ww " Lwaq ,Q ik X lgiilgv X xkvx if XY,-'ff' MR X XX Z IL f 'N Ji M' ,fx A f ng 1 Y! 1, Y' 0 ff V77 if J 'X' if ag ff f 5 'QQ mms, L zf k V X N 7'fgfj1.QH' , V 3V VI A H Q, . , V WV f,,,,--- -fr. Rn hw MH Aff kim? N xv. .J X :gjliwmm . --lj? W R 'Yf4fzfffj ,A W , I . at N, '-.-f..v,,.-f 1' 2 9 l-'i I X -Q MM X at , ' Q AA K X mf X XA X 1 X U5 , X V X j 'Q Qi X I xx--.Qi JJ XX ,yi X , W 'V' 1' 77 S "'-N. 1 1 A .1 0 I , f ' 4- .5--Q ,iq AFT" .l. 4: ff-32549 'H A Hg-fs fan -5, 4 x -.fc gb :Ry ' iwag a J W ' A 7 x 11 rf ,wk , , 4x5 , ifggzq g45,g5 3 E f-f""'WE 1 E 1 i lf5.':'3' oi f f X I " Xf fi ky, X, .X ff, ' f6r?'!"w Q Q 'Biff 5 +A . . - -fr ' ,gf - ik f . Q ,SQLQQ ' . g ,J ,V ,. 3 gX . I, 1 'Kg ' . 11 :QT J V 1 'IVF , . fl ' 9 AX f if I S 5 K NI 415 . , J, " , X 'XXX . 5 m 'f . f" f J XX? i - X Y- f,,,gM:agf5L VV NX N ' Jfrn M iff xf. . ,NX Xl . U ff -11 'ws Xiu f X " 4. A fw 'Q V X ' ya 2x,.fjR fx 5769 t kvl' A - 'ZFX W I X X 55: flax f ' ' ,, R , X 41 F 'FEL-V NX 'X f x X . ' ' X fn! x 'Agp f V egg, . A LL L A ' 5 iw? Li .352 L . 4: I H WA ,I . K . -'K-1:Xw-, . w, in, k . , ' --'HW Haw - -K K .1 . ' Sxrf x X .Uk ,. , , 1 WEN--2 .5 5 'QQ 5 'Sf 1 MN i Egfr A 1 Qt' 'ia ,. 4 ,f - if ' Q 4' ij , an X v Q! X 4 gxx QR J A 3 'yew 7,52 k XY f Q , 1 V ,1 jp SM it x 2 ig 'xx 1 , an gf X 'J J Q 'X 7354! N M K 3 x ia I X NF W 1 I 2 is 1 z A lx 'W 3? 5, 5 I . ' Al , A'- 3 , me :wi .ff"P9f'!'Sfi , '1 1 , K 1 's 2 D Black Orpheus Newbury Park High School's choir groups consist of Mixed Chorus, Midnight Sun and Black Orpheus. These groups have put on many shows. Their first show J was 4'The Other Side of Me" on Nov. 4, 1975. It was a new ex- perience for all. The group was lead by John Ledwon. Another show was the Christ- mas concert in December and a Spring Show in May. Mr. Led- won as director and Terri Cole on piano, the musical "Bye, Bye Birdie" was a success. The group also sang at Busch Garden's on February 21 which was a lot of fun for all who attended. The students involved in sing- ing for Newbury Park High put in a lot of hard work and have many fun times. The seniors will be missed but as usual plans for the coming years will con- tinue. mv f 5 i Black Orpheus: Front Rowg Christine Nelson. Evacon DeMello, Melissa Kitnick. Ralph Goers, Tim Pierce, John Turturro, Rory Garber. Cathy Connelly. Jody Mack, Christy Hodson. Cindy Heinz. Second Rowg Karen Zandt, Mary Sullivan, Barbi Ames, Sheila Cwalinski. Denise Mertimer, Gary Heath, Dave Shroyer, Mike Sullivan. Phil Moreno. Dean Andal, Janice Johnson. Patty Hauch, Jody May. Cindy Kraft. Laureen Swiertz. Third Riowg Tina Bulman. Vicky Graning, Karen Burger. Carol Annese, Kelly Culligan. Mary Burkholder. Steve Churrik, Gary Godshalk, Bill Owens. Bob Porter. Keith Hall. Jeri Kinney, Cathy Johnson. , .. H111 -.-- J. 1' 'Y f- ' Maureen Hunter. Fourth Row, Sally Stivers, Kathy Whelan, Jill Marino, Sue Huston, Jill Pardee. Chris Chase. Mike Kocis, Mike Barry, Jeff Gradman, Jeff Bolls, Kim Liggett, Marci Blumke, Cindy Humbert, Kris Frank. Not Picturedg Pat Austin. Jill Baldwin. Steve Beals. Michelle Burger, Dave Churik, Joe Cox, Sue Crook, Bret Crose, Sue Dahlberg, Brenda Droze, Kent Ford. Randy Groom, Elise Hallowell, Lauren Harness, Linda Holston, Sally Huang, Elaina Janess. Theresa Krueger. Kim Wiles. Karen Sharer, Tom Roche. Todd Walker. Accompanists: Terry Cole. Jerry Kocis. Walley Dicky, Jim Shephard. 21, I U K f Black Orphens: Front Rowg Jeri Kinney, Christine Nelson, Yvonne De Mello, Melissa Kitnik, Karen Zant. Second Rowg Mary Sullivan, Barbie Ames, Jill Pardee, Denise Mortiemer, Jill Irvine. Third Rowg' Vicky Graning, Tina Bulman, Karen Berger, Carol Anise, Kelly Bul- lingan. Back Rowg Kathy Wheelan, Shella Cwalinsky, Sue Huston, Sally Sivers, Mary Burkholder, Kim Wiles. , ku Q2-57 XJ' QW sw .Q dlp! -flW2,wQ .N 'JJ Aw. wt r if n l Q fiw DJJ gf' if KV . NPN if UO X xl' WR si - J' fl Q Q Qysf ' GL M fl is Q QL, My pn .3 X , X Nj Q tw f K wi W JV X Black Orpheus and Midnight Sun were seen at many assemblies. Many students enjoyed the assemblies and concerts put on by the groups. Black Orpheus C B Black Orpheus MQ J V I l Midnight Black Orpheus: Front Rowg Phil Mareno, John Turturro, Rory Garber, Gary Heath. Second Rowg David Shroyer, Ralph Goers, Dean Andal, Bill Smithers. Back Row, Chris Chase, Bob Porter, Gary Godshalk, Bill Owens, Steve Churik. I -fi fry 5 r , ,:f:.'fA.,,g,q, G43-'M' , ,J ,'-.1 me Midnight Sun: Front Row, Jody Mack, Jill Parde, Gary Heath, Aspasia Drivas, Maureen Hunter, Gary I Mike Sullivan, Don Bernstein, Ralph Goers, Janice Godshalk. Back Rowg Kenny Riley, John Hart, Juli Johnson, Virginia Dilworth. Second Row, Jill Irving, Lund, Randy Dumouchelle, Gary Godshalk. Black Orpheus Sings ut ,dw Q g gt? " , wif" s ,. 2 ,A A-Z A J-I Bl-Q, Black Orpheus: Front Row, Kim Wileg, Janet Mason, Yvonne Wheelan, Tina Bulman, Sally Stivers, Barbie Ames, Christ' DeMelle, Shella Cwalinsky, Melissa Kitnik, Jill Baldwin, Kelly Cullingan, Lisa Irving, Jill Pardee, Karen Berger, Denise Mortiemer, Mary Burkholder, Karen Zant, Kathy ine Nelson, Jeri Kinney, Theresa Krueger, Lauren Harness, Carol Anise, Vicky Graning, Mary Sullivan, Noreen Abdalla. MQ' . K X f lp Black Orpheus: Front Row, Bill Owens, Mike Kocis, Mike Sullivan, Jeff i , , , H 53 7 Bowles. Back Row, Jeff Grodman, Tim Pierce, Keith Hall, Mike Barry. " ' !--lv W EQ?-.iv-'71 5" Q-54 . , 1 Es" 'H 'wif 4ss"'f if 1 : T955 ,gf 'g ' w i If - ,.sQ E '. ' :Q --'- riffs., Black Orpheus Alto: Front Row, Cindy Kraft, Patty Hauch, Janice John- son, Jody Mack, Cathy Connelly. Second Rowg Elaina Janess, Cindy Heinz, Jody May, Laureen Swiertz, Christy Nelson. Third Row, Mau- reen Hunter, Kim Liggett, Marci Blumke, Cindy Humbert, Christina Franki. Black Orpheus A qu V , rw! A fx .B f MER in , rf, A 12313 f f X 'WP O X W XL' MQ M Q t,,49L,- Q XM , A CU 13 X png mpwsm un a own mr mg mn a pam mg unng c ns , Q ,, NVQ 'gfji 2 ' M '. J, A1 Students from crafts me :waived mm 1 cnatwe pmncft The mm as 5 pme 4971 fi X Hi' Q 5 f wwmmg drawmg by Bashar: Barrett Kxk yy, QM. Ui 91,01 J rtlstlc labors ar vmsua superlafwes LJ. z, 0igdCu7w'--Qi 7? LR Q-Y ,Q v'YMQ-L'L- L,1gjQg,.L, L ' UW Qimle. Ldm,,f4,f'c L.Qnm-Di.LQ lv 1'A maui? Cilcvse X4 1 leew- Q4 LA DQQ, 15227 ' '-fa Q1 LQ rMf f 4 l JL .. , J ' s g' 3, , f. ' 3, . -gm ,' 1 A ,zviuiv-Vw i 51 H-Q fl Q Q N Q 'mm ggmefw 'W Npi 5 45 H I FwineAm!L5a Ld V' 7 ' Y 'V "'::f:'i'f4"' -f T wr, it , 'Z ,Q e -,zz ,. Ty 1, 'N . 7.,,,Jk1 J . ' 7 W4 ,.,-, . I VJ' 1 ig-i, ' f 2- ,,, , 12 -1 ' -Q : -131 ' f iggfffflze-fl V 1 ff-5 Q 3jfilj5', e A av: fm, VfL'w',",1.""x'1 my -73.4 5 2,1 -T Af ,V ,V 4 J+:s,f"' ff nppfgq: 1 .5 ' rigs:-zArfgzgczx.25-4:E:5f51g:wX., ,fx , ..i',gj,y'sf:"f --1 gf ::,fgu,A fifgs' ' ' ' mpg' I-'ifmx' -fagV15144xg,it-13:3ggzgeg2,,f3n,f 1- .,, F53 WSH M L? MZ? Q X43 if--24 5 fa 'AV 5 1 :3'f1'f5:f1f""4S-YY'-Q".,ffz'5' NW ..f:QS'. -2-I-1,1.1-,.f,m.-are-,ff?'z'-F" T'Q,'Y " bw gi J 1 in '9 pf -A XA .if Aw, 'j..,JN,Hi,,,X,'5,-, M vw xi EQ lzrygiky. n .,.-,vgi,.-3 ww, ,1".-.-A-'if-"Lu: x. 1,."?.1S um' x 5: "'f1 AN-vw JE' 1-P-rf-f viwffh' if 44" ' 'w Y Nw-1.2, L. ' X- ' Ai.--:'fN T-L'-Sym-::1,"fUH' ,5LfkANf X Jw fx MQ1, - ln- . f,7f',""':'-. ' ,ifizh -1, wwf xr? Sq Wu- ,y u L " f-FL:-Z' Q , ' ., I 'ffffffiffwf "N .. 2 N W T731 f f ig., Ml f X. Qm4ZW.'fQZWMvyn'T---QSRWW, . " QJQQZCY-Q54 W A+ X I :fi A 1, X 'W"Q?7,yU,yI,f'f1ff?pI,ffIQfQQxXQ'Qk'QRQQ' '-,E1-LJ LN Xlgzxik ' - L- L "1fv,!fW7f6f7f'41IWW xxkm-,.:4,1" W' Y ' "W!M x ' VW 'iFSigfN'rY2 L " V' f. .- vy,f2f:ff1ew Mfg . 'wgi-.-5yg:,:IF' ,1jj:..gq1ig:5:3::..: VI QWZ, Qfyf,fgX, f K- "W '- N fm?-li'-!1!?,4f ,Q 52,Q.1gk:9Sf1fW'-1 MJ' 5 ' ' . I f52,555::f"'f5 MZff'e'i?5 if , 4..1Af:1':h-rt 1: Q M'--', :Hr--Q 'f'fr3515:Ea':-1 :-E-i:?5.,g-wr 1' "' V, ,".i+:' . 1f.'2""'21..l'--40 -5115, H1 711 "!':i'ij55563:si:'::1?5",2::?,Zl?ff:1-1:?i'f"SQII,Ld2hF1?.'fbiiiTG,Jf'f2f:Qv,f4W L 42 -" " Gluxf . .... Qsilfff . .. . ... ,- , L.!A-1.11.11 41,41,g,,,m,-'A'x'E51:I-g5:,,.g.gi.,f gr J-0-wif - , I lv -Q . 1' -1 ' Rf M. V, K .f X 1 'V ..,M,,, ' W , ' Sala" hi .L . ff,- P' W r 'W' ,QT F. QQZFHT' 5 " 53: N 1 if Adzzfyi yy. yi L gig A 1 fipjyrxxk -'A , -fx , U, 3 k . X 'S Q aff? ' - . P .fn-QFFN I .wifi ff M avi? ffl , ' " 1 .?W.fxQ.l Mx- M ,ef ,W , N---KM ., C V. A., , .A -..WW L f ' "' Lu. ,. fc-M911 ff r1k'-fggikkggf' 1 E62-Siem-m 4 i,k?i-Hgqggf' X-4. va 99133, IL- "Y n 537-wan -was xfw S3327 f xi! J 4321? T' , uv -117 in-,ng.' 4 , N., 4 iraq gig ,.g:,l,:nSl! 3 ,J ,fkz-41. ,flu-1' Wiaf-za-'f I 1 wwf my sf5g. f ff2'1feff21 Bw . . Eff' M 1 flfw-1: ,1"Q-QM u H 5 -.u,,'e'-eg-,gwffrv '-, rf? Ryggvi Y .- . 5 ve .H-N 4 , 'W w .Am 1' N. vfgmmw f'-jfxxu ffif 5+ X-X 'viii ' ,f ' wf-Q. - ,- -. - ., iff 'ww JFS-A 7'y1?:???F5QN ' ,Q l ' .- if JN 2 xy. :2x,k.,L . 4.1 M , . . , -lf iv, f X fyrflkk My fy ,- ,K f . :Mx 1, , ,ww , . X , Y mfWw?!2ff2fN'if ,. mi ' 'X ,ivy-"YF we ,J ,qi - W, 4:1 M1 , X yu -:g qx Q ,,,3f"9Q+,:?-.1253 1 T52 v ' ".,.4zf',', . Lf 33. xx 3- 'f .N ., ., , 1 1, , , , X' s ff- Q , M r NX 15: 'ziw:.1,3:v!g:P3kg' ft-JY Q ,L 5 2 N-. i"+i21:sF9S, FG 1'1" M Q. M . Wx ,p'f,3f-Lzcve' K5 k IRL' Q if "- -11" ' W I --2+ -Hx-W-df-:f',hs V J ., L Q55 1 Q Q , ,fm ww , rv r 'V' '- f f ' NN .,. ' x ,,,, w.-.:. 4 A , ,VR ., ,, . . ,, iff, Lv'-" 3-1-?Sk,f'fiL5ff4'f' xx: .. u - -' . 'xi E5 ,kjrwgfrilk-SA fyff. Y f ln. Y, , -: km ug, wg :up Q- P, - sq x 1 iffy av EDWYA? A -. - -fl ' rf-A '- 1 sfifwigf " -'.'.'.' gf xv wwf? - 3554:--1,33 3259, , aux., Nw- fliili 1 ,Q 'riff 'W' w5'15f,'3F I v. gf , , ,, .L r 1- V h ww A - . , - 1- . -11'-Q1 ,-,,491it'g,. 1.1, r A eu- , - . 1 'ff,,,4-,.-,W ,p2.H,, Vi . . J ' 1 ,1x3,Q1iig,iy,Qg4ggg l I 5 -- Mm ,J,4,,-4 , . , Q 'I I. . J , I t, Q- r ' ' ' 4 m ,pg-Jr V: f -:- f., , f?rfw2:J45 The art department exhibits a variety of artistic renderings. At work to the left is Wendy Baum an art lab assistant. The pen and d and ink drawing below is by Jane Pugh. Lower left page 12 is Di- pro anne Schuster working on a painting. P 'I+ x9 Q s 'Er , ' 1 1 yn s gfg'?'n' 35.01 049 ,M C-4. 'Rafi'-p 'in B 1 J' ,., , 453551, H, V J'l'I'f5' . ' "1-ft '1 :txt Q, Qu-1,5 A 4 ' M' .1 , is xx R, .V vgxq, . 1. 'RYA sw K- 7' JW I L., , V' -v' 4' g Fine Arts 13a 12a Fine Arts f J F- The HIT . t 7 - iz-"1-::1Qe.:21 , -' ' .f V f'p-,.,4".'t- QF., 4, f,,, wscf, ff. ,fn-.4 -yy 4-1:45252 .f-F: 1.4fffZi-3151 : f -A Lf2f9'i4' 'f-1"L"f'A" .ps V2 Q21 ,rw 4 .1 1-'ll' , - 'V' .' ' ff 1114 f' - f -.':-.'49'7 .ivwy .-'n-ff',qf:f3"1Q.'i' pp 4,'fvb6'..'111f- r ,',,g,,: .xc ,i,,Wd..,5'v52,I975,-y mfg. -'-,L,q,,.51r5.Lg5, Kp 1154'75qf?'f4e'7,lf"if4'3r9 3'-v"13f'f 1" '-'ff-2 f fl D112 f. , I, ig .gl vQ ,lit inf' 5-Shi? XE'?,5jJzj.'fQ5r1lnfgf5. , 2kf.Qq1f,j5q! :fuyvf ig 1.9 ,a'1.g,l4f'l-I "'K728.4,'y A-531,55 'T' n-' . ,Wu-:r ,L-'15 VJ, ' . A .fm La, 1 Km, . ff 'Ulf vxiiggi 5.-A1 5, 40, 1 , . ea-ff 'Qiew :f '-..-1.-'am'-r--.1 f V+-.-1. 5,-'A rg' .aww 'iQkE,,.ji'5v5ff,. ii aj,-qgif., 1955: -flf3,5-5'-XLS' '5 i L fwfr. ygkm-way .Q-I .1 'wa-..-4? -1: ff? ' .1 ,fi-PM'-A 15.1515 W, - L-Qs k4,'L??sei-Zligl-I 'WLc??.k'2S'ffEf" mf 12 W ' T "'f- -V9"'5'i'-f-'Q X, 'PK 1 i 52 J .-. fu 1".s.- W - 1 fr 1-1:4wvi523i'J'f1'r A -. i?Q5'?:3ff'1 - e E21 sfQ,tkV,Y. In f , ws 1-3 H.: v5.45 L -.,'.,, .' ., A' If 'N-4211-. ff 1-w.!'xv:e' '-viazff '.. Hz? .' ..'I'f',4,,fJ, 2.9 'Q' 'y, AH 015' , 'I ' ,D 14 - I Ft --1 f -rg , f' . .11 " 4 P. '. Q. an If - mu- 95: f51 gfrrv f. f :f'.-40, P':A'e'S'-vw ,i46,21::aL2?J'f S1.25f'? ':f.:3i?E?fh . " - - V 'a ' ' 'rf f - - .4 'U . ..", ww. in .92 fffwp. ' 1 .. 4' C..--"H m:f3Q2j fwla . Q v. 1- f, fI..c,ylf'4 Il' jum'v:"4"' .gvf,,,. 5 ,FQ -gif? A-iff' -'-5. -1 - 4r.....,:' .An in QV' "'-2, 'w'i25"'2 w4"t'2'-A ' -fii'?,f,,,.4f'3'lZ4' "3 'fkw f 1 ' - . ' '. ,,f' fi- '5'?fFT'L 35-?1l'e!fr,?-fl's'3l4.1f?!l 1- 3 E 333297-z.f'.?." F-U, . . gf 4 Y.'4.'lr.f yojg454'51z-IV '7' fxfi iw 1" 1 Ln Q'-1""mM wwf'- , 1 - , .::,,,,.:,.z':.,,s -42.141 wg, "-,J QE ...ff if-9:4 ' .. .f .ff f -mm..f-.a.:w' -vf.f.5f PH ' 5 fyvg'-3.94. xfzftglmlws i I ' ' - ' I- ,.- .1 .4-4.1 'A ff' .-!f f ..-.w..'v:1. rdvrv-, vigrx-. . . q'.,'W+"fg1f.? '4 ."V'Z't .L f --' kzfw-" Iv' 2 ' Iver. ..- . B isakxxrjf-1-tis sqf, , . ayeqg 351: 415.522 'ff :T.!12n"K177A -QE? 1?y ff :Q ' -' an -,--'f7"? xitii' fit. ' 4.-' "-ef. 'ikfif'-' ' '5 M- '.?fk'f4er' - x V, :.,. ..,,.,,... 'Y nl .gfu 5' P1 z 4- 1' :xc 5-giiiffif QCF'-l - y V I 'f f K 7: 4 ,y ft- fl 4 4 r 'lgfl I S e gp 525 gizz.. F: H5 LQ ..-sl: ,QL inlrff' Q. E21 N --sf: ' gg 21 til 11 a 'Q-f In ml 154 gg. -12 .:,-1. s pv ' - , .. fa: L .',c,:,:.f7x'FI.:i71.'.x.:. . ,at . 15 7 - . f, .. f ,f',- 3 .fb 5.-Q-sh-- - '21 x r,-f'3.'Wh " .IT x .gf'.-rQi'.f5 .ix -.3 - 14? K 4'-3 JY.. . :N 'A- . -. f, 0 ll Q95 M1315 ffg gg- w4f4ia24in'1Ew.,?12g?i .25,,.-5-.4-4 'wif was afffw A. ,pg 1. .Ml I- .gg mf- . 1- ,. ,..,, .., swf'-?9'52l S f ,f :- - gm' , .-:tg S553 N3 WW .X .W M 41 W: " I f '1 ..-" ' -"' ' 5 V ' Q X . Em?-' Ai1-- T.-...-.-Q4 15- '- --4 H Iii' if fe -" - fly.: W ---.L " L--' f""'-- A ' ..L.-42.1-'-sf, - --fm "df --'ff 'f-Si'-wife-ff as ...Tm J. Q A . .YQ e w- ,fi ., V- . , 4 'f.-.Q 7-QI 3722:-r?',:L::6i?kiy.1,-qiktzz-7 ?.,:1,. 7 ,. 1 - .,. , - , .. 1 1 -:iff if E5j't"Z'4E23j:-L53 T314-flirt 242 '.f,'QL J ' - ' -.r , - -- ' . Q: rw- wx 2.. 2149 M4551 csawif 51- .sz ,aff-412 1 ,pfffwigfi-142.'f.f-zzxzaz-' wsv 1 fwfr: .' .f ', -,fm -- . 5 .-,.1-.-,- Ig-L.. -.f 1, ,I -1, ,' a- .. K . ...ng .. '2f,9,f"f1-6hZ+5ff21- We ff "lv: My-152551i:'y'.' f ',Qj'-if lik wi EWU- :- Z ,-91" -1-1-Lfhvff "-' '1 -5- -"avr .-- .4111 1 ...f ..f ,.-1,5 .:':L.- A' 'yr 4. -1- -. '. ff., -.1.g1v,.- 1 if." : 44 HM: .v bvfgh -34-.1'ia -ffm. 1: H A 1:fg.::., ' 3 ti' 1' ffvannt 1 ,,-C.. ifjqffi--4 2? 511Qgfss-qil'f:,f,:'5-sv.. '- 5 -"-'- -',::a'- ff--.--f'-ig. A' U, A 1- M, I? in ,I 9 . 1 x wx! ...... N- .-..... . , .. .11 35:2-,I .23 '2 Tk. . 5 .5 . Q- .f:.. ..i12?E2'552--f'1 Jgri . , 1,.4f..sfj. .W gsvziisv, L43 5-.plz 'Q if 11 - .gil . . V 541, . :K , 1 ffl -1 -1 1 . A I 4 cw, . 1, mf " 0 3,112 U- -'W . :I wr-. 3.0, ,- : T W --1 'ri vw . in Q 157"'i"? -453 3-1 "-' ' ' '-ff" - . '1W??'I9'f'fffffk 'S Q. ff ,, 21. I I v -1-ag 1 C ,':,:" ' '1' "-- Q' g A fl, , ."' iv ,V 5:-1??:i,,i-, .Q 1.-.iff VI .. ..- ,, .x ,... ,. .... ...-.-.H',,f.. .. ,.., , 'Y 'n"'v"L ...fm Yew!-'e-L., f?Xf4+'.,.1iae'??:??'f-- V554 Q , , ,fan , . ...:, , f, ,,'. 1' ' . , y'f-rs-.Q-1 , 1 - ,. f L --,s 1.54, '. " " ,A 'f ' .-913 VQf121.!."'f:. .-.. ...sf - if ' 1 . -r u ff 91.2 nl ,gn Qfalf 7523 r ff ft ..-1' -Q . fe -n-,gf 4- -En f." '1q'nr:u.,gg5ng .' . ve . .f C ff1i1i9:-:"e..f.2'- 5 2232-x ,-Lffmf-TQ? fgmfgfkz..-'1 ii5'+X'?qI 51. 'F' ,,'-.4-ff ,,,, ,. . ,,. fm,-..,. 1. .K . . .. , K .. . .. , 1 MW' .' ' "':. "1 fi' ' ",.,... 5 f"" Sw- - . X-"6v'.-Q'5.g31f..i,'1 ,, .. M N, M. 1 -4 ., l X5 -'1 . , "'.:.',..fi ,J U ,x"1f n M ,J 1 .Qw5. ,.,. lv. wtf' .- m.. X. .- ,H , 'H .' . ff'.1'fX .xp un. -f"" -PW: 4 .gN'...'-fi'-yjXJ. ' ww M x. f N1 x , .1 A ff f -KW " .!V"' HW! f 1 1 , al .N lu.: V1 Jw ,W R av' if 4. dw .vs md' 13 ., 'I . I Nfl if wygfxx ff X Q JULY 5 .J , if 65235 OM? fiflgffff ff ff M33 ffgvf by w Wgbwgiffwi X1 565 fgiw T YW3fQ,fL A 5 I UPQQCJV- M9 Aa navy- A1 K d , --- 2-1Q+11.f' .. 131, - W ,,,.:ve A U " "f7i'ff:?f ,W .... 13fT"fAf-:,g'-- A' f A . L,-. 43m .,m-.-. , U: ,, 5? .1 -as gif: as 131--J, 'rvff-, -. . . 17.3 ' ' o 14,4 ,f 1- gf! . 1.1.-, f, 5",'fn3f,'-41. ff 1 f, wif'-5 ,Ain 1' rf O' ', wh I Lvlg ,l ., f 7- ffftx I iff N . " "' '4f"'14m A Q6 . y ,,, .,f,fffW 1 vfhf . 16 sf' '1"s ,I I V ' . 3" 7187: -I P91 fi :4 ,TH fn- 11-.- "' ' I, Q ni, F 1 , if., Uqvif :Q V .. ,fb A. ' eh 'l,.lQ' .Wg lx., A Q , C f.: gf 714- - v , 'QI fi., -. ,H lr ,s , xxx ' .-.':': H. "-f'V",X 1: .,.' . nr ,, .AL . 1.1! F 1'--Q ,, -I .. . I. 4. . - . Q' 'A ., . ',.?f',?f. . '. T-ui.. x- 1-af.. V - - 1-......' . -Ar u.'f..... 51 Qin.. , ...u A tu-. . 1 ,Q -.'3. . mf M x 'Q mimamiimg QF 1 QQ - F f f L A Jw, w...W'n'l'f". . ,. 3 ' . J .402 "2-11 7' 13A"X?l5iE3US?2TPEEf 52,1 i' .S 5 Not only do the NPHS band members perform at every home game and many parades, they manage to enjoy themselves at their annual band picnic held in September. The takes abreak 'iif ""L5, 1 4 R f , dl ' L ,MQ ' , 1 3 fr 'M' -4:24.-,LATE M,, F..Q of.. F155 ,V :V 4 ' f' , ' LL' LJ Y-.Z , "if-fpl', Introduction 9a 8a Introduction away .J -,A A time youvnever l can or shall erase, As friends together watch their childhood fly. .vggg V , .. ,Y - My -V . ,nw -., - ,, ,f V, Hxtroduqtiont 7a W lm ' ,fm WY' f ,. L' X if Y 'J N ' Via 5- M ,J X 2 F-.N Hug, ' A paw' N N , , 1 in if x , A f f rf - T' Q A 9 w w 1 J 1 1 I I I ,'g'5' 9 59 ' ?i16'5fS' ,A 9 ' - ' , , f - . , , M gyfq 4. gt xg X , TN - . - " - , ' 'X-ev 'f . , J- . . 4 -' . ' - ' . - A-1 'S X x is -' A K ' , ' 1-' -X x , , . W Hx N ,N , -Rx K Ng . - .V ,k'f1 -v---wfi'ff,'J-f,sLf,x 'I gf' V. A . K . x X N V 1-4:gg,.3g ,H :V V 9 , , . x -- , , '-'4f" f?-f ,fi - - 5 . N- ' f " '- . , 5 ."jfQ -1 ,Y I Y., nl, V- ' A as 3, . , f . , Q- -, ,g,Tj .v..5fAj-4 5- ., Y ' K, . , X ' 1. iv, 9 'l,:'1' ."se5" ' A , . f,3?'i:1ify. -'ggi' 5 L fg3,?'h ,. 'Q +n.,,3..Q.,.a fx-M4 ,. 3 , 1 Q f . A, M 7' ' ,. i t 712' N '1"35f?'5 ff"5 , ' Ng f r., Q, rf fi.. W, A - ' 1 - K - fy-.55 ' I , I M 3 V ' '-, "'f.-1 ,1:.5.fiff.T-1-..fwi'.:Jv Q .2.5,J.g,.,,f ' . A -ff! - I ff1?5.,4?Yf i it Vgikfl' .- ' , "' A-ff? if" ' ,L fy ' ",1:g4f4g.i . . ae? . 3175 fy,-iff.. x W ' fyg. .fyi f"j-'::'-'g 1 .,:f1fz?2fgf:g3f',.5jiX -Q ', Pfj:, " ' 54 "'Vx'g3i-A Q, . , Fai' Q-H' T iff, 1 ' "X . -' .. f" . ' H . ' f' vw -"Asf,f' T"fb'T1v-qjjiw ffj .,f'A'1'x - 4 f 1 . ., 'YG '- , ,w ,.,,y.-f,,,gfy..4A5 V ,QSM M , L W.. I A 1. 5 if fe'-1ff,.5?21a5Qx.j2fv. f f " Mgt 1 -. 1? . ',,-1111 ' 2ff,gg::. ,.'yg.bfgQ ,if-4 's J ' ' K .- 1: ' ' - -.-wf??1zrff,,iaffgf1f:w.--'-'Vg' . w - 21 A 9 . N ' " .. Y ,.:42+.-"Q" '32 W v, -gs' A f' ,,, .A .V -' 1 f- , ,, fb ,Hy .Q D , '1a,.,f V- S my Q., K -. Mm - 2 -f . xx , fx . 5 54-rl' . Y 47' k',. ff ,7 5 "P -f '-X 1 .2 -ak k . .. "" ix ' 'iffy Q' ' P ' If-i'vf.fQ.'a,.,1ffi?5t7'f""f'?Q. -J, -A ww ff 'A' . ' f X f5,,:-. '- ,Q ,. I ,f,-5.,13- - 1- - -f K x , . . It , Max' A , ,. 4 , ff A - J",'1f-.4Q:3f,jgfj4, K ' ,. . ,. Q 4, ' N- 1 4 , Q 1 -. "Q k ' W' 3 3. . ' f x 1 ' 5 ' 'f H3 P41 f4 f ' S . L,-. up ,iff 5' f w, ' e g , .fm +:w,-5-- T 1 . 5 5, fs 'jr f . .. 1.5, Tl. .W M 3,31 . . 3, ., .5 .t . 'W E1 - jimsfe Qfgawf f3'.f'4f"q,.QgQg , ,Y fat-Lf? Q Q fig' .ia f V- V 441. V, ff., P: -, .FQ E: A - mnezf -ff? F "' 'G' L '2i"Li? ' fifwy ,- , V, If Q 1 1 f . 31,783 1 .ar-.. V '-4 'Qi3i'JVgQV : V L ,, I ., 541 ' tiilf? 1 . Af , 44, . ,ve .5 iv fff. j, g E9 '79 ,. ni' R, f A ' -Q yqfi ...gf ' 1 '.. .ff n, -- ,fr LU, YE, Y 709944 oi Z 4 'C!.Jfc4w4'v741,gfg-,I ' Lf cf v ' ' l A145 -Q S T V' x i " ' 1, -F .1 .-2 Q14 4 m ?.fm as ,if i f 1 ici 4 C nj' ,Q4'f1fc0' gm! ,wage 4 6 LY hymns A 1 4! Q f Aja! Q A'Qzay 0, -44Lf !i 7715, ,Zag .,444ff,VM4fca4, 4 441-Z4 J fqfafzf ,ffLK744fL5 mm ff in A if MM' ff MW ff' if ff jf-Lf ,fzlajf !4X,Qf,K ,KLLCJA J .ffffcwdfd 7f4'fwNe ff 4323! fffffifwzf ici' iifwe 51. 'kg 'Nj - W .Y V Y. . A .A.,.A 4. ,- V-,Q--.,, mug, mm bd5747fZfMA vdwdw Q' ' aff a,00Jf fjZ Aww HM XM' yi? geixi if I ,wmfgvijjwgwk 9Sb9y?f?iivf1ff S' fxgggldx sa? if W v2W3JOIg5m WQJW QQ fx Sksxg 35 WNW9fQfUiNQMf9yg5w Vjfww Q 3221 'ff XCju3HKQ55,?Fy 5 ygjhj' A 9155 55,555 HMHMQLU4, fifod Wm WOUQ' OV IQ OWL Hmfewd fmugg UW svmwwafw ' Qafn Sgyyqcwfb ,XX 35556555 3 rx, N P ff' ,L ,-"! l gif A X 1, wx "'1 ' sg V li, A' ,,i! .'.,,V: gif ,4 , V A aw '--f 1 2 Vol IX Newbury Park High 'i s ol Newbury Park? California 91320 Advisor -Kristi Colell Editor-in-Chief - NancysGietmf 1 Photography Editor - Nancy Sports Editor Bren da Wright Published by the Associated S....,. 52.2 WZ c E f Q V S3 , 33ZWf0!lZ7X,Zf6,j!,,,,, i?E2iJ1Q?fi W Map Wx W im f2iQf,fQQiQ2 , fm Xflicjlmjif ffvkf sw BMS? A Q Q05 Ti mfg ya pk PM QA X KNWW W fiikill WWHW V ,Q . JSI wh A Mlm 9 fwffif W QTQQQ7 QQ A 5?2W2wW0A gjwmffk ymwf WW ,fm ,2wf f my 'ww 'wg W LE WWW ' ,QMMX Wggl 4 1 , .,4 ,f . ,A., ,:,F J A , L if , ,-L, '54 7: r Y Pictured to the right are only a few of the award winning seniors from the class of 1976. These students received their awards at the well organized senior awards night arranged and presented at Borchard Community center by Ms. JoAnn Gasner and Silvia Michaels. Some of the enior ' f Award mner if 47, ' f' fl 32 1Summer Supplement The Beginning of a Dream for a Community in Memory of Lorie Ponzuric Brown The Lorie Ponzuric Brown Memorial benefit per- formance of the Man of La Mancha is to initiate the building of a drama-theatre, music hall on the campus of N.P.H.S. in memory of our recently deceased drama teacher, Lorie Ponzuric Brown. Faculty members from Newbury Park High School are involved in raising funds and arouse public empathy towards the construction of a memorial theatre-concert hall on NPHS campus. Lorie Brown was a young, energetic, enthusiastic edu- cator and an inspiration to all that knew her. While she was drama teacher the existing drama program amazingly grew in student involvement in a very short time. Inside 'of four years her teaching assignment evolved' from one drama class to four, which included stage crafts.: This is a remarkable achievement for any teacher, handicapped with having no rehearsal or performancehall. - Vyr, . - We feel thatvthrough Lorie's efforts, as well as 'those before and "after her, our campus and community inf terest in live theatre is so strongfthiat an auditorium on the NPI-lSgc'ampus is now vital to' the aesthetic and cul?f tural development of all people in the Newbury Park, area. Thisstructure will be"used-for plays,,,concertsj speech Vtouriiamentsfrcivic meetings' and other events which require this typeof facility. V The construction of ra theatre wouldfinsure an income, ' V for the-finerms aysuwellgas vocationaljob training ,op-'V portunities for1007s:,ofstudentsealchyear. Va V ' Education Is More Than a Paper and tenor The Lorie Ponzuric Brown Memorial Presentation of the MAN OF LA MANCHA Presented by the NPHS Faculty MUSICAL DIRECTION: Bruce R. Colell DIRECTOR: Dorothy Beaubien-English Dept. D.C. ADVISORY DIRECTOR: Dr. Richard Adams CLC Drama Dept. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Danny Solarez, Mark Sapp CHOREOGRAPHY: Cheryl Meyers CAST: fin order of appearancel CAPTAIN OF THE INQUISITION: Norm Sanford-math dept PRISON GUARDS: Rick Freed-math dept. Dave Holmboe-english dept. Gary McGinnis-math dept. PRISONERS: Rita Brendon-english dept. Marti Dibble-GPE all members of the cast listed below except Don Quixote and Sancho SANCI-IO: Daniel Solarez-CIHS, drama-english dept. guest performer DON QUIXOTE CERVANTES ALONZO QUIJANA: Mark Sapp-drama-english dept. GOVERNOR: Lee Davis-English DUKE: Dennis Reed-art dept. D.C. HORSE: Bob David-social science dept. BURRO: Dianne Doyle-girls P.E. MULETEERS: John Uleman-social science dept. DC Norm Sanford-math dept. Bob Thomas-math dept. DC Tom Nixon-guest performer George Hurley-math dept. Chris Sawyer-art dept. boys PE Bob David-social science dept. ALDONZA QDULCINEAJ: Kristi A. Colell-art dept. INNKEEPER: Lee Davis-english dept. MARIA: Dorothy Beaubien-english dept. DC ANTONIA: Alonso's niecel Jane Lee-NPHS graduate, student at CLC I-IOUSEKEEPER: ffor Alonsol Linda Colley-CHS english dept. guest performer PADRE: Warren Firth-english dept. DR. SANSON CARRASCO fAntfonia's fiancelz Dennis Reed-art dept. DC BARBER: John Uleman-social science dept. DC MORRISI-I DANCERS: Amy Reed-english dept., foreign language dept. Randy Stewart-english dept. Carolyn Pinlston-art dept. Dale Brendon-guest performer Robin Gross-NPHS graduate, student at Moorpark JC Four Attendents bo the Knight: Bob David George Hurley Bob Valentine Carolyn Pinkston Dianne Doyle STAGE MANAGER ......,, . . . , .Janice Myck, LIGHTING COORDINATOR COSTUME CONSTRUCTION ,. . . . ,. , NPHS Student . , . .Jean Nixon Bridgett Steele Jeannette Firth Mary Cctts MUSIC Conductor Orchestra Flutes Oboe Clarinet Trumpets French Hom Trom bones Guitar String Bass Percussion COSTUMES Costumes designed by: Marcene Solarez-English, Speech' Costume construction: Marcene Solarez SETS Bruce R. Colell CHS-music David Leese Cal State Northridge: Barbara Cleis NPHS student Roxanne Boss CLC Dick Woolsey Colina private instructor Doug Kruse CLC: Bill Barrett CLC Debbie Smith CLC : Steve Paul CLC Pete Fisher -music NPHS : Dave Moore-science DC NPHS Jim Rose UCLA V Hugh Nelson -science NPHS : Mark Winley Oxnard musician Blake Irving NPHS student : Rick Cleis NPHS student : Terri Isenburg NPHS student LIGHTING Dorothy Beaubien-English D.C Bruce Colell-Music CHS Bill Beaubien-Industrial Arts Gary Reed-Work Experience Janice Myck-NPHS student of drama Daniel Solarez-CII-IS Drama Pam Dennis-Social Science Tana Orshoff-English Lisa Clough-graduate CIHS, outside Amy DeWolf Set Design: Daniel Solarez-CIHS Drama, English Set construction: 'TICKETS Daniel Solarez Bill Beaubien-Industrial Arts Bill Brandt-Industrial Arts Jim Ganzer-Industrial Arts Wood shop students Ticket co-ordinator: Larry Johnson-Business Sales: faculty NPHS Cast and Crew Band, yearbook, drama, speech students PROPS Prop construction: Kristi Colell1Art Bil1lBeaubienlIndustrial Arts Carolyn Pin kston -Art Prop co-ordination for show: Carolyn Pinkston PRODUCTION Business manager: Kristi Colell I Business manager for,orchestra, Pete Fisher-Music ADS Advertisement co-ordinator: Gary Reed-Work Experience Staff-facultygand family band, drama, speech programs PROGRAMS Program Layout: Kristi Colell-Art Programs Artwork: Steve Depuis-student at NPHS 30 -L--:fee 4: 51 -. . --i-is . Bank of America Award inners-3 ut of 4 from PH Peter Is umber One Peter Stamos, Karen Laukka and Terry Cole won three of the four coveted Bank of America awards this year. The catagories were best in Math and Science, Liberal Arts and Fine Arts. At the final competition Peter won the number one position in Math and Science. These are honors NPHS can applaude since three Bank of America Award winners from one school is a first in the Conejo Valley as well as the tri-counties. Peter Stamos, Karen Laukka and Terry Cole NPHS outstanding prize winners. PHS Sends 8 A lf . i, peakers to the State Competition another First in the Tri-Counties With the exceptional coaching of speech ad- visor Marcene Solarez had eight students qualify for the state speech competition. Two of these students came back with second place. NPHS is the best in yet another intel- lectual endeavor. Pictured Top Damian Genette, Kelly Morse Matt Ch P t Light, Mike Kell, Beth Symmons, and Steve Apperson. apa7 29 -f-ff' 4, 1: - l l iving l I 6 1 l Varsity swimmer, Bill Allen spectates diving during the break at one Diving: Front Rowg Chris Gallenstein, Robert Cassar. Second Rowg Jeff Kor- of the many victorious meets. niesel, Pam Guz. Back Rowg Kevin Eady, Coach Bill Douglas, Mark Tomlinson. 28 Summer Supplement Mark Tomlinson doing a back dive. 1 l 4 l l I 6 i ,, CQ , .egg A N iv., N L 5595 J 3, A. 'li I AB' Q, Sum Ei?-'Br ii Suppl The stipple dog was an artistic product by Cathy Ferguson also rendered in drawing class. 26 Summer Supplement .V W Joi Shawls drawing of an Indian woman was rendered in pastel during her drawing class. "Little girl" is an art project by Steve Tamburrino drawn during advanced drawing class. 4 , a -1, ,K-f1..'4---A,-V V, 4- f 11 f -f 'ww jf 'H .fvrxlj Q we ,, S ff Q ' ' W ' v- Y 1-'42 l :Q-. ea., 1,11 H- ull f' ,ff r X X ' ,ff A X l' x KN- X K EWCNQ x Q-X M ?Nx:R,i,.,.'l'i:x 1, lix ' ' H ', flfwxxi X 1 X01 xi 5 L Wig?-. .- 'J' 'gene H ' , ' L... 5 xl L-1-SU "i ul A l "3-La 'X' ,AA 11, ,, H I nl ,Y ' 1 z- xi' ' f 2x ' , f T 3 2 - X f We will always remember our time. We will always remember our relationship. e' ,MX ' H ,qw ' ' , h I 0- z 1 yi -a.. 'M ,fs w " 4- ff E, 4 , - ,.2ffi"'1' 'ily " 115 'mfg' -2- ., ,fy J , . ,-me-,.g,i-, ' Q. llqv, A ..l, - 1,1 ,av ' , 'Fha . :22Z,"'Q" 3 4' Y .-, , ' ' ' V- ""f'f 'f'-1,-li K ' K' . ..,,,L ,. V , , ' ' W -f 4?:e'Nf'w- V a ' ' u ,, ,L Vv,x , , , l We will always remember our past. li-. x ,ni , -Y ,, , , 5' -1 Summer Supplement 25 To Form ur Memories x K N S S V Af. 2, 'l viii? l u X X i ' . il W lf f X xi X F gg l X an xx it '6 'ff i Q iq if UXXNQX if 7 fd! . yn I! 2, -Egvag fx , '. XM mwf . A 4 :Higgins 7 va X551 P-,E X x ,I L' lf! Wy V 4 S I M I lx 14 e f r r Q M l lxlffg' 'W ll - -' X g X ff Z! N, ,, 'lf l 1,4 gi -:xxx iqylmjf, if I J f 9 ,Q X u 1 -1: H 1 Ae r, ,,, A 1 P, l ff , I get , ff ff' if xhx s -I 1 1 g h 3 Y " ' I+.: , 564 ' IW! ,?!f ffz , fly XX Xxx xxx' 1 , ' 'v i ff 'Q 4' 4? fi , If llllg lfjll! ll J qw .5 .fl -flkli a il".'.'?.f 1 it 'W llllilll . Our relationship. "W" lb Our place. Strong solitude. X To it, Q We return 8 Together. l Our time. li A never ending ' Cycle of Wishes. . . Desires. . . Fulfillment. vi "Y-'xi.ii ig: v 1 liffef, :ig if l it 769 f M ill " " 2,95 ri Wil lv , ,u, '., 1 . will ' 'lllliglvltil x ,I ,Wg i ful l2'4"llluQ-i i N. X x , X., ff We will al y remember our place 24 Summer Supplement V , f e2?r ,ff is 'Em ' ' W' 'iff lv I ,I 5 You and I. Accepting Each other, And the time We've been given. Our past. Secret, Never ending, Because. . . We have a Future. Becky Gre GI' i14-f--W . -:lf -'il-I' Il - -.1,::g , img ' f :-1113 -- . W- il4l?R-nn A--1---- f P, ,,.,m.V 3- K , li X . -11.3. f . Shi' 2 1 , ,.-. qi-1+-' -. l . H.,-.M .I X' , . Afvfiigkll 1. K 5. U . i 'l., j ,. it. .. f F Q , , I A f-4 , .N ' ,EY :' lr? -L r. like if lustre? 2 it ',.' .,,L,.f" 1221 jfqgmfix' rtkf. .Q X5 .. I Hifi: . ,jul G. if hcwijqi E- ,Q in V l. N, . f .i'.1w1i3g,w1 ' -' i V . - .wi V, 2 f M-lr., sz, ,NP -Qlgflgipf-R gi ,T l ia, l, .g h gg I H lc? f gt 5,,e,..-r'! we-. A V ff ll j ei ,- - N Ig. 4 f ' '- ' ' . K ff' , QR ' iffffii 111, 'X 5. 35,,vmgg.pY .. . 4 'f' '41, W 4. A ' ,z X, 61139 , ' ' 1 . iw it . fr nil: -vs T f ' ef . 3 f I i, ' ' X ' gl.ig:,' ,V fi if . V' l A i iii' :Q if f fm -il r K ff, i , 'A ' f r H ' 1" .. .mf 'mf f "3 , Af , -, wie "xi A 'Co' Q - '2 ' W me - . i r 1 e . ,se f 1 'fggzf ',, . twig. I ' , ' I 1 , v f' 43, -f , ,V ,.ff2jfj'j', 'L l I K : ig. , if V 'IV .gi .17 r J V 1 1 m y . it 1 . ,, ,,. ..,Q., . C ,,, . vt , y . , i e .. m,., M f ,,,,,A , ,,,,,.i , f . , . af f t , my 4 , . . . f rsgzf f g,fzfgzzrt-din?-:wig " , ' , ,. , ' ff ' . f' ,??',,!ffE:: v V' fp 3 '1 . fliegfyg ,, X, ' sw a n-- 'f ,. f., Wynn- my .:.:,,.: ,V , 44 . I ' ' 1 , :ii -is i .V Y' I ,5 wwivf X I --:u M. , 4, " K ' 'X 3 T V , I rl., if Ina , 6,1 ,,,, Q ' 44' . '-F - M44 b ,f 4 ' 5 , K 2 if ' ..Xt,MX 7 W,,, X, ,,,V ,hz r it Lefth"The house symbolizes the togetherness of a family," by Joy Brown in tempera and ink. Above-This excellent storybook illustration was created by Paul Siegele in mixed media. Below-Brian Sanders skillfully executed this pen and ink interpreta- tion ofa jungle. 5 I v - 1 . J . h x ' Q ll' li we-feswx 1 J' ' "1" .QS M tv .1 Hz- ll ll 1 5,5195-is' Q i' K PATH N l1 , e',4x ' .-e:v . t,'. -'-' .k . l H S e., li :Vi ., V ,i V x ,D u i . -' . .A Q , - zl- ' .Q l l 'Q-' E I i ,,,, ,. L f ,ggi f i ' 533, ,. l i " df' ' ' .N ee- ew W 9 iw f r 4, Q7 X ,fl ' I.. .lu 5 1 : ,I 3 + 4 S S VV 'SX A-wwf 1.1. 4 if 4125! I , 59 ' 5 g -- Jr I ,ha M, '.' I Q-We -lh I :QB 5 ' .' ' Spam 1-Zigi k . :H I , T 4 . I' ' 'wqQf ' li' r 4,-4-4, ,! 2LNr, UQQPHF - e - xr w e S , v.. KQIM STBMMAY lfaiz.-i. Bringing It. . . . . .All Together Summer Supplement 23 ,W S u 4, gl 5 Y oo eng' av' 22 Summer Supplement "Drawing Hands" by M. C. Escher, a professional artist whose drawing sets the mood for our section. REACH YOUR HAND TO ME Reach your hand to me, my friend, With its heartiest caress- Sometime there will come an end To its present faithfulness- Sometime I may ask in vain For the touch of it again, When between us land or sea Holds it ever back from me. O the present is too sweet To go on forever thus! Round the corner of the street Who can say what waits for us? Meeting - greeting, night and day, Faring each the selfsame way - Still somewhere the path must end - Reach your hand to me, my friend! -JAMES WHITC OMB RILEY Happiness Is Going to Europe Congratulations to Coach Sawyer, Mike Hayes, Kathy Lockert and also Evangelos Koskinos who get to go on tour in Europe to many swim meets through- out the country. We wish the best of luck to Mike and Kathy who will be representing the United States along with other chosen swimmers. Evan- gelos, a foreign exchange student from Greece, will be there on tour but representing his home country. He will also represent Greece this year in the Olym- pics. Coach Sawyer will be one of our team's coaches. It's a great privilege being able to go to these meets and a great honor to know such people who are rep- resenting our own country. Evongelos Koskinos thinks about how wel1he's going to swim for Greece Coach Sawyer says to M ke Hayes and E o gelos Koskinos We made t"' Summer Supplement 2 , -W.-...Y--L-uze---fi ,,,. ff:,,...,...n---!-:.:s- W- .-11-34:1 'W ' 'fu' Swimming , , ,,,, , 0 ,ki-, ,. , w-'wif ., Wf5VdZ",i'z,,i.,,fQf?' ff , , 1 I Wzfjngfr 4 ,,,,?I5J fv : wwf 3,4 fy C.I.F Varsity swimmer Matt Hayes at East L.A. College be- fore his 100 Breaststroke race. 20 Summer Supplement ,my V, . Y 3 WK 1 . J.B. Holston's mind wanders on to C.l.F. after the successful team's league victory. 5 R 9 l Scott Young dives into another C.l.F. event. I F I I-H4 HY ,.,1, Z!! J W y ,,.. V, .A ,.,,. ' Q, W ,gg 'f A -, ay-1 ' ,xg-ft Y vxvwux 'ax 1 F. B f L , ,r , M y 5 - - ' ' '- -4' '- 'ZX ,811 ' I ' " W. ' " 3' ' ' fr I f ' ,Ui .g,. g,--..4 ,wiv ' N " " "' f 'Q 1 "' "' 6""3'f"v"1'0"'fbf7"3 'V "' . Jr, Q 3 ' ff .4 ,' 'L "' f , ff :Q k-.I :LH A,-,Li ' 'f, ff' ' ' I f r ' ,,-yfg, an 1 A , 6 ,V ,, , , ,L a W ,,,.f,, ,M I , 5? ,,,,,,yQ,a,,V,.,M , ' 17,4 VX 2 'WM' , ' r ,f ' if, ',i2f?tVL-157-A .f'42"x'5 X 1 . 4' fl 4 , iw-L13 QZ5, 1 A Q., i ,0 ,fly , ,,, .4 ji' f , V. It Z, Q -Tfgfew ,K 1 1 . f , f 2 f we , , , r ,f f 1 f 4415, ff ,ff 'M , .,,, ge, 9 0 , f- .14 ,4 " ,' -' rf 1 f , t layJf,j.,Q4 N f -deaf rz,41frZj "ll f 2 jj? .f ,Jun eff 41,333 ,., yu 2, fff -. , QI , A g'5Lf,f,,jfi .A 'ff' ffikf' In gf gr' - . ' 1 ,Q A,A. 4 , ,, M- - , , y or 1 , if 35heawof:+ w gfa" ggrqpar afi- 21725 1'-574 -421 Z- eaffaawiaa ei fd eqaii 46e1', pt, v . 2f,""v' ffrff ' 1. a a1fraf4afaaaaaa,aWa 1---q ga f Sheryl Clarke slugs another home run in the game against T,O. The J.V. went on to win the game. 'W ' Q f 'iff' ' 6 7 N29 5:-s 4 .13 . ,. W ff W X f,, " ,a F W ,I 5 9 ' A , ,. L,.,e.l,.. j 's N Jaxx gaaa. A p . 1 's . -Q I I 5 ' f f v f r" H' OOO SS s 'O 5 your at if-an 4 f'YtY' I ',r.i'i'.1- sl 'Q 4 4 4- 4"C,Q0 .vs'l'i ,Q--v v -v ' Q 4-ary'-Q al Q I up -, F V. 'Y " Q 1' ' 'f9c'e'o I V 'Y ,ff, .K 6 U Oc .1 1641+ t I 1 ,,.,iI.7g, 7N V In 1 R, 3, ' , 1, . 'YW ' 'xftfff' , 'WMA' I M ' I' . i ' as Ay 'X V , A f 'f " . 4.2, Wil... , its aell lll 'W-Q e f ,, ' whiz A' In Q5 - ,m,, 41, A, 2.,'B,. Q-W , Q , V 6 gifs Aged., 1914? a 2 -as , 6'-1-f-f-'-25 bl ' - 4?ea74'aif1 K ' 1 ' y ww- ig. ,, ,f gg.gzx.1Kx.,,f- N, V -W . ' "" "" """"' -. '- X53 , . 'gil f2Z542??4"lf rr- A ' ' , ,N-.., ,ya "' ,VVV J Q, R , 5.4 L,Ay :xl gs""-ff, ,y v,,, , ' ,, ' ,V "1 I ,, 4 , ,NN 1 eng, Q- . lwlxwax 5 ' I ff, QV ' X ,. 1 A . ' M' ...wma 1,-ASPN. fc, uf.. -vw. Tina Lambdin starts on her way towards first base with a good bunt. Junior Varsity Softball: Front Row, Sheryl Clarke, Tina Lambdin, Kathy Anders, Chris Palma, Chris Ross, Stephanie Gomez. Back Rowg Ward White, Eileen Mauk, Valerie Barret, Cathy Paterson, Ellen Whitworth, Miss Diana Doyle. Varsity Standings Pre -League Agoura Santa Paula La Reina League Royal Simi Oxnard Camarillo Thousand Oaks Royal Simi Oxnard Camarillo Thousand Oaks League Record: 6 wins-4 losses Overall Record: 8 wins-5 losses 3-14 2-16 4- 2 2- 3 5- 8 6-11 11- 4 9-8 0-1 3-4 10-13 12- 6 2-3 Summer Supplement 19 "Talent and enthusiasm was displayed throughout the season with an exceptional group who conbined their abilities into a strong team. They had a winning season in competition and spirit. New uniforms this year including knickers, were purchased with money from bottle drives and a car Wash." Connie Winsky , V--,Va 1. 55 Jamie Baker heads for first base in the game against Camarillo while Miss Parvin helps at first base coach. Jeanne Malmo pitches a strike to catcher Becky Baker in the game against Royal, the results were the Panthers in the lead 3-2. Summer Supplement W.,f,....,,,,,,,m , . ..,....W.. ..... ,.,.-...WU -Q , ..... , ,,f-J----:fr--LT,1..-.-...Z.--1-zuv'- TYfYn 7 -YW ---"" " " """" oftball Girls Put All Out for First Varsity Softball: Front Rowg Donna Kabot, Becky Baker, Sue Crook. Back Rowg Coach Winsky, Tonya Johnson, Anita Hildreth, Judy Wilson, Holly Eggebrecht, Jeanne Malmo, Connie Miller, Toni Steele. .a,...... 4 ., iff :Wa 25' f ir. Linda Holston is showing great form in her for- Kelly Culligan waits for the signal so she can start ward dive. She did very well, placing third in Mar- her dive. Kelly had -a good season adding many monte League Diving Competition. points to each meet. , ,.,, xr l -S-S K g v , .Nh ,Q ry My ,,Wv,,Y T bf .. " 'f ig jr ,. if Nancy Getman shows the proper form which will give her lst place in her 50 yd. breastroke. Varsity, 0 - "This year was the most successful season in "This was the lst year that Newbury Park High School had a competitive diving team. Cur two divers, Linda Holston and Kelly Culligan, both did an excellent job adding points to the Varsity score with their competition. Linda placed third in the league in diving at the Marmonte League Diving Championships. We look for- ward to their competition next season."-Coach M. Dibble Shannon Higbee gets ready for the start. Her speciality is the 50 yd. backstroke which she usually gets lst or 2nd in. J V., "We had the greatest swim season ever this year! the 4 year history of the Newbury Park Girls Swim Team. Pre-season started with a 3-1 rec- ord. The advancement of the season brought a successful season-trouncing all opponents with the exception of T.O. Although the score of the T.O. meet was not indicative of the action, it was a well-contested meet. The outcome of which was not certain until the finish of the last relay. This yearis successful season is attributed to the influx of new swimmers on our team. The majority of our Varsity squad are freshmen and sophomores. We are losing only two Seniors this year, and although we will miss their contributions to our team, we look forward to next year's sea- son, and another meet with T.O.! The season record was 8-2.57-Coafrb M.,Dibb1e We finished league with a 6-1 record and overall league standings were 10-1. We had strength and depth in every event. Our top swimmer in the 50 yd. freestyle was Stacy Hughes, in the 50 yd. butterfly our strongest swimmer was Cindy Olmstead, in the 50 yd. backstroke it was Patty Glynn, and the 50 yd. breastroke it was Nancy Get- man and the 200 yd. freestyle record breaker was Patrice Heinrichs. I am extremely proud of all the girls. We had a large group of new competitive swimmers this year and I am overwhelmed and very proud of their improve- ment and achievement. We will be losing a Senior from the Junior Varsity swim team and will miss her great contributions Good-bye a d d 1 k, N G "- ' Sande Washllrurrgoo uc ancy etman Coach Summer Supplement Girls Swimming Super Swimmers Swim to a Successful Season 16 Summer Supplement E3 ewfsls S u,r., l l 4 ,,,V. l we ri.. i , ,, , ., , . . ,, pgs, ,wfgiu 'I 5 x -LF ., ., , W' fi 1 P ,- - gig ,,.V N in up 'Z ix ,K auf Iv 4 W L WA I ,Lg K eq.. 1 J, - V- ,, I 'S W .,.-. ,M ulls X r. , 'gr E, Girls Swim Team: Front Rowg Kelly Culligan, Sue Brass- field, Terri Wen, Sally Elliot, Nikki Day, Angela Bland, Christi Colvin, Laureen Swiertz, Kathy Gordon, Donna Passovoy, Stacey Hughes, Barbara Wendley, Patrice Heinrichs, Nancy Getrnan. Back Row, Opel Thornton, Cindy Murray, Cindy Olmstead, Patty Glynn, Alice Dill- Sandy Elliot starts off with a flying pace in her 200 yd. I.M. She went on to place third in the Marmonte League in the I.M. ingham, Geri Dodwell, Dawn Post, Julie Deerner, Karen Mont, Joi Shaw, Elaine Day, Elaine Accomando, Varsity Coach Marti Dibble, J.V. Coach Sande Washburn. Not Pictured are: Betsy Boyd, Shannon Higbee, Erin Bowling, Michele Burger, Sandy Elliot, Kathy Lockert, Linda Holston. Nikki Day shows great endurance in the 500 yd. free- style. This was one of Nikki's events that qualified her for C.I.F. i?Ff'ff Varsity Baseball Striving for ictory , ,Q-V, . Varsity Baseball: Front Rowg Jeff Kunisaki. Lachement, Rick Wessels. -Iohn Morelli. Rich Kunisaki. Hon Barr. Dean Mitrofanis. Back Rowg Coach -la M 'll. G ' W'll' ' ' ' Stone. Ken Rice. Coach Maygren. y erri ary 1 lteg. Kent Keyser. Dave Henson, Don Wise, Vern Merrill. Paul - 2'-5 SummerSiipplc-1114-111' ,1 , -rrfp . ,Q 1-. " N - ' 2-2,-.:-.ca-':::z,1:-4nag- ,Wg'.:1F,3'1m:g5zgs:ef.iiffaiiiz-Q ..2ji:?fL, ' f.ll"'52Z Ei' . .FFL-'E :F ug . J " """T??E'2f:32"'4"T7 Z Y 1 , 4 .T 55,4 12:-Lifair 427, if ,b'f51L4a.?v.a?f,fferqf'1.i 122'--'-:,"f' 'i ggi: L , .Q . . 4, , ,F ,.g.s:,,3g:,14:4f-,3n.. . .ary 1 ,V , K: -. - :V ir 'rf' cr A newcomer to the Panther squad this year, pitcher Vern Merrill, had a good beginning season this year. Senior Pictureg Rick Wessels. K 14f ,Silrnmer-Sllpplerrieiitfi 1 Ii John Morelli and Don Wise show their abilities out on the field. Frosh Baseball The '76 Panther frosh team finished third in its conference. The team was led by Most Valuable Player, Doak Smith and team captains, Tim Pierce and Dick Manley. Newbury Parkls frosh team was the only team to beat the Hueneme Viking this season. Two other highlights were four shutouts, and scoring more than eight runs in five different games. The team's hitting leaders were Steve Berman, Rick Sturm, Gary Fenzke, Cody Crowder and Jeff Campbell. . Defensive specialist were Kevin Cowan, Blain Fleming, Rory Garber, Mike Pence, and John Steinhiller. Coach Bob Miller was assisted this year by Coach Brad Nelson, head scorekeeper Loretta Crowder and base coach, Steve Stuart. Frosh Baseball: Front Row, Jeff Campbell, Kevin Cowan, Mike Pence, Ron Hobbs, Dick Manley, Jeff Nawrach, Rory Garber, Blain Fleming, John Peterson. Back Row, Cody Crowder, Tim Pierce, John Steinhiller, Steve Stuart, Frank O'Mara, Scott Walker, Gary Fenzke, Steve Berman, Doak Smith, Rick Stum. fbi. ' "z'-"+?-a- Summer Supplement 13 A . , , . . , -ec -,:Q.,.-mfs, f,,,g1':4-as-v-1 -ga.:-.: :":,.:--n f 'wg-qgvg-143",Qf5:'.,,fb, 6. ' l '3f'f'ff, 'V f W G ,V 4 . i , ..fw-r-v:mLAf a,'f. .1,a L ,svv qw ':-,tlvfe L 'wa-s' ' ' 4 '1 ,Q-. gi, ,yfveisqrffm :Lf 4,24 - T, ,,, - ,r , Q L 1- " fi 1 Y A 'ff-Lei' fir i ' 12 Surnmer Siipplelinent , ,V ,- ,Y ...W -,,.L.,4.Q:' " J .V. Baseball J.V. Baseball: Front Rowg Brad Park, Ed Kosoko, Bill Becker, Roger Horne, Jeff Kavanaugh, Randy Groom. Back Rowg Coach Hendricks, Greg Stump, Gary Sharpe, Mike Wright, Mark Wessels, Bill Evans, Mark Mazzuca, Steve Albach. l l I I w v I V.,,.sM.-m....sr,,-- a. or --nr L g gh. I ll I 1 l I l l A 3 Friday Nights at Fosters Donuts. The gathering of Street Racers, the drive to Westlake track. And then you find yourself in the mist of hot cars, and the smell of burnt rubber. Yes, street racing is known around the country and is illegal. Still you find those few who find their Friday night date a quick 110 mph quarter mile ma- chine. Then its all over. The smokies come and break everything up. Then it's next Friday night and another run. Rocky Ellis showing those Chevy and Ford owners how its done. Pfllllilili! PAHIK HIGH Slllillm. ' f ,, ' . 'Q-4 t ,. i,,gL1f "Look what my Grandmother let, me drive to school," says Rick lt's people like Jon Jeffries who want a smoking section on campus. Purgil. Summer Supplement 11 10 Summer Supplement Boys Tennis Teams Boys Varsity Tennis: Chris Courtland, Dale Hovious, Jeff Richards, Bill Bamet, Paul Moore, Team Manager LeeAnn Uskalie, Brett Korf, Paul Anderson, Russ Laningham, Tim Hackett, Sean Brawley, Coach Mel Dick. Boys J.V. Tennis: Front Rowg Scott Moore, David Fogelmanis, John Anderson, Ben Tromberg. Second Rowg Jeff Wineman, Bill Johnson, David Apel, Lisa Dillon, Jim Taylor. Back Rowg Brock Avery, Scott Benedict, Jackie Ballinger. anthers Leave the orld Behind in Dust About thirty girls participated in track this year at N.P.H.S. Their coach was a teacher from Los Cerritos Intermediate School, Mr. Whittly. The track team faired well in league and Sue Broccoli, the backbone of the team Went to C.I.F. The outstanding runner on the Panther team this year was Keith Broccoli who ran all the Way from C.I.F. pre- lims to C.I.F. masters in the 880. ' ' if J, ,V F, -. Keith Broccoli practices for C.I.F. masters. Girls Track: Front Row' A Rosie Duran, Diane Randall i 'lx -W Gail Clouse, Linda Claxton Julie Nielson. Second Rowg Coach Whittly, Sue Broccoli, Christina Sutton, Kathy La- minski, Allison Turner, Laura Byerrum. Back Bowg Trina Bruke, Elaine Boblets, Sandy Westbrook, Karen Susman, Susanna Howes, Janice Myck, Kim Pickett. 1 1 Summer Supplement 9 Lead by Coach Stewart, the N.P.H.S. Spikers took third place in league in the varsity division with a 5-2 overall record. The Soph-Frosh also took third place in league with a 8-2 overall season. The J.V.'s placed first in league with a 8-2 overall record. The Panther track team sent 8 team members to C.I.F. finals this year, with nine school records being set in the varsity and Soph-Frosh divisions. Varsity league champs were Keith Broccol in the 88.0, and Curt Ausmus in the 330 LH. J.V. Track: Front Row, Bill Car- roll, Ross Dickmann, Gene Thornhill, Al Camarillo, Tony Jones, Torn Nogavich, Rodney Dahl. Drew Bruce Vance Third Link, Second Rowg Bob Fassl, Grimes, Harper Wiren, Bradley, Roger Johnson, Jones, Mark Rogers. Row, Jeff Ford, Derek John Mesinbring, Rick Janics, Brent Engelhardt, Mike Campbell, Jeff Wilfong. Back Row, Frank Tolete, Al Gold- stein, Bob Johnson, Steve Pech- loff, Dan Claybaugh, Cory Byce, Paul Schmidt, Mike Hayes, Mike Mulcahy. 8 Summer Supplement 'V Panthers Run to in ii -Q sg! Q . . ,. " W' wivly, U Varsity Track: Front Row: Danny Esparza, Scott Gove, Mike Davis, Ralph Goers, Jim Kelly, Steve Tamburrino, Steve Smith, Rod Manson. Second Row, Tim Taylor, Jim Parise, Ken Mosley, Mark Bradley, Keith Broccoli, Andy Cottam, Bob Keen, Bart Huber, Ken Duran. Back Row, Larry Collins, Paul Winkler, Jeff Mathews, Jim Dykstra, Jim Shepherd, Curt Ausmus, Shawn Manson, Rick Stelzmiller, Peter Von Gaza. . Q E2 ! wi ,gags 1 - V F-fs-5? .t , ,Q Soph-Frosh: Front Row, Joe Cox, Keith Hall, John Sincerbeaux, Brian Mosley, Kevin Mann, Tony Delgado, Chris Keister, Mike Taylor. Second Row, Kevin Jones, Steve Foster, Frank Alvarez, Dave Stout, Brice Daily, Lain Robson, Steve Cowdin, Eric Greenfeld, Tom Kozlowski, Devek Morton. Back Row, Scott Hildreth, Mike Botti, Dave O'Hara, Mark Bartech, John Bechard, Gido Brouwers, Butch Kurcsesk, Bob Davis, Mark Pittman, Tom Pagano. Steve Hunt gladly accepts his diploma. Patty Selvage, one of the many three year graduates. Touch of Class I want to make one thing perfectly clear, "I MADE IT!" f After a mix-u in di lo T' I p p mas 1m rving finallygetshis Michael Sullivan, the senior class president, leads the graduates and their guests in the invocation. Claudette St. Romain addresses to audience with the second valedictory. The graduating class of 1976, which is the larg- est single class ever to graduate from Newberry Park High School, with over five hundred gradu- ates, will have many fond memories of their high school years. Though these graduating seniors R witnessed many new changes they have been R able to pull through parverrcellence. , 6, f. 1, 'Q"7?i.4c ' -..,,,.,.L.S1s'-A--?:'?"i2ai7s.4J.Q...s:1.. ' f i'-??,YLf.B..fi'Q: ,Q 7'Qi.?i1.5'smL'1L5n.":.'i,L1Sli 5 Graduation ' - Peter Stamos, one of the four valedictorians, gives the first valedictory of the evening. Karen Lauka, in the final valedictory, challenges the graduates to let the world know what they can do. This year we were honored to have four co- valedictorians. They were Karen Lauka, John Reeds, Peter Stamos, and Claudette St. Romain. Of these four only three gave valedictories. The valedictorians that gave valedictories were Kar- en Lauka, Peter Stamos, and Claudette St. Romain. "Hey man! Get this streammer out of my way," says cool guy, Robert "Have a balloon and join the 'in' crowd" says Butch Kurczeski, refer- LGWIS- ring to the "in crowd" as being Tony Rista, Dan Claybaurgh and him- lf. Vs. Bobbysox 8a Jean nl' V , ' " . .. 5,1 , MQ- ge ,-4 1 1-X gm. . -,-,:311..0:ww - lf f '- V :aaa , . Karen Guz, Claudette St. Romain, Fabbiene DeForges, pool and Robin Robb at the local hangout. Brian Vander- Watch out! The Raiders are in the neighborhood. li? , ,af 5 N 5 ,, ,, N, -- 9 '- "HV, ,..,,,.,,-44- I 'My --,, And here we have "Best Legs": Phil Dvorak, "Biggest Flirt": Tim Armstrong and Best Dressed": Pete Gruenthal. Summer Supplement 5 -U nr, . . YY,V YW .2.-.,-,-ferr..-,yuvr-1-,Q-,........-.,fw-.f-fn-!.ww-su!..,...gL-f,-,,,,,,,,,,.-...., AY, ....., .-.K un., --- - Formals and Tuxs Mark Shaw and Vicki Lacasella, King and Queen of the Junior Senior Prom. Craig Schofield and Patty Selvege leaving the Odyssey after the Junior Senior Prom. 4 Summer Supplement Betty Alvarez and Tom Lian posing for their pictures at the Senior Ball. Don Bernstein and Kim Wiles at the Senior Ball held at the Castaways. Derick Falwell and his date dancing to the music of Flash in the Pants at the Junior Senior Prom. l Activities, Activities, Activitie .fifjf .-Vv 5 ? 4 ., I, f . 3 . - g I ,I ,,,,M.v,WwM 3: 5 fwvff, . 5 "If this dumb donkey would just budge one more inch I could reach the ball," two seniors admit in the scramble. , ff Look who just got creamed. Mark Shaw you should have stayed in bed this moming. ,H M -1, +4 f.. ,nyvi .' . f 4255" .1 , ' Y' ,,- ' Y f'7'3'W759C9 1 V ? e,fa,zfP .ya , 2' 3:7 we ' Q.e4:f.2fxf4fQ' ,. . vm , , gr P' ff 429- mg-iffqdw f f ,q ,rm F fi! 1 X ,1 f ' fy JP f 'Sf' If ff lg' 1 ... we V . I f ,W ' irlifff 1- 1 V .x H' , ffl ' - 4 A c - I V. ' i . 2" Y-Ing... - .v,,ia ,Xi This game seems to be moving pretty slow. No one seems to know where the ball is even A.S.B. president J.B. Holston. It was worth paying five dollars to see Mike Sullivan creamed. Thank you A.S.B. f 'if Summer Supplement 3 This year Black Orpheus was proud to present its first large scale musical, Bye Bye Birdie. The play was under the direction of John Led- won. "Birdie" was performed at Sequoia School April 28,29,30, and May 1. Many hours of hard work went into rehearsals, set construction and costuming which resulted in successful per- formances. The cast consisted of: Tom Lian and Don Bernstein as Albert, Jill Baldwin and Jill Ma- rino as Rosie, Gary Godshalk and Gary Heath as Conrad Birdie, Sally Stivers and Linda Hol- ston as Mrs. 'fMama" Peterson, Chris Chase and Dean Andal as Mr. MacAfee, Juli Lund and Noreen Abdalla as Kim, Jill Parde as Mrs. MacAfee, Rory Garber as Randolf, Bill Owens as Hugo, Jody Mack as Ursula, Aspasia Drivas as Mrs. Merkle, Mike Sullivan as The Mayor, Sheila Cualinski as The Mayors wife, Sue Huston as Debra Sue, Janics Johnson as Alice, Jeff Bolls as Maude, The Teen Trio was played by: Karen Burger, Kim Ligget and Maureen Hunter. The rest of the group were chorus mem- bers: Mike Barry, Jeff Bolls, Steve Churik, Kris- tina Franke, Keith Hall, Christie Hodson, Elaina Janess, Jeri Kinney, Phil Mareno, Jody May, Denise Mortimer, Mike Nilson, Bob Por- ter, Tim Pierce, Tom Roche, Nicole Von Gaza, Sue Dalberg, and Kim Wiles, Drama teacher from Redwood, Ms. Joyce Johnston as Assist- ant Director, Ralph Goers Stage Manager, Ken Reily Assistant Stage Manager, Jim Shepherd and Mike Wallace on Lighting, Kathy John- son Costumes and Makeup, Jody May Set Decoration. Stage Crew: Dan Lang, Mike Sulli- van, Melodie Claycomb, Mike Smithers, and Jody May. The music was by Terry Cole on piano, Walley Dicky, on drums, Mike Kocis, guitar and Jerry Kocis in bass guitar. I do hereby promise to be loyal, courteous, steadfast and true to Conrad Birdie and the United States of America. The MacAfee family finds out that theylre going to be on the Ed Sullivan Show, and burst into song. The Skin of ur Teeth "Skin of our Teeth" is a parody of the human race. The story spans from the time of the first Ice Age, through the temptation of Adam, to the World Wars. Throughout the play, one message appears, and that is that although there Will always be the opposing forces of good and evil, man will somehow survive. The cast Was: Wes Cox as the An- nouncer, Jess Borgeson as Mr. Fitzpatrick, Shelia Cwelinski as Sabina, Matt Chapa as Mr. Antrobusg Kerri Gordon as Mrs. Antro- bus, Shelly Cowan as Gladys, Eric Green- field as Henry, Adam Long as the Telegram boy, Sandi Westbrook as the Dinosaur, Sheri Patterson as the Mammoth, Sharon Mills as the Fortune Teller, Brian Humphrey as Bailey, Nick Cippollini as Tremayne, Linda Needham as Hester, and Lorraine Adams as Ivy. Comprising the Chorus of Voices Were: Cal Liedtke, Jerry Cornick, Dave Adams, Tom Lian, Maureen Selvage, Donna Pitts, Claudette St. Romain, Laurie Birenbaum, and Tara Hoffman. 'lliiuav Mr Sapp helps in preparing Matt Chapa for opening night, as Lorraine K, , J xxrr, rv--. ...ALAL w,i,i - T' 4 Kerri Gordon, Shelly Cowan and Sheila Cwelinski during Thursday night's performance. Sabina Cplayed by Shelia Cwelinskil worries, "0h, Oh, 01-1-itiS Six o'c1ock and the master's not home yetlf' Summer Supplement 1 I Like Being With You


Suggestions in the Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) collection:

Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 1

1975

Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection, 1977 Edition, Page 1

1977

Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection, 1979 Edition, Page 1

1979

Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 98

1976, pg 98

Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 134

1976, pg 134

Newbury Park High School - Pawprint Yearbook (Newbury Park, CA) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 187

1976, pg 187

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.