Valley Christian High School - Crusader Yearbook (Cerritos, CA)

 - Class of 1975

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Because of your enthusiasm for life. your honest concern for the welfare and education of every student who enters your room, your meaningful contributions to the quality of,Christian education hereattvalley, and your steadfast, consistent witness of meaningful Christian living, We dedicate the 1975 Crusader to an outstanding teacher and friend, to you, Mr. Brnxvoort. Friendship ls a Plant lnat we Must Water Often. You've Got a Friend. i Carole King It's Nice to Have a Friend You Can Lean oqn The Language of Friendshipls Not Words, But Meaning e Thoreau g L This Is IVIy Commandment, That Ye Love One Another As I Have Loved You. Greater Love Hath Noman Than This, That a IVIan Lay Down His Life for His Friends. John 15:12-13 Uhnderclassmen 2 Dedication - 1 Es C33 Sports Contents Administration , 9 Classes C 47 law -1 i I , i,k. ,QQ C .5vt, ' jg An I Q. K . 'igfis .7 - 2 , 46" if ' 9:4 fp, , M rl' ' - .F , if 1 9 we - ,j - , , . 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Lx.- ' , Q- 'f JESL1 - 1-5 ..::im- . .,. . . .., ...GA ...Q ag ga School Board SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS Dr. Martin Bouman-President Howard Tazelaar-Vice-Presioe Nick Terpstra-Treasurer John Grasmeyer-Secretary Harry Prins-Vicar Gordon Bakker Peter Dekker Jack De Young Peter Feddema Leonard Nagel Tony Templeman Ben Vander Wall nt Committed to the cause of Christian education . . .faced with the drudgery of weekly meetings. . .working with parents, administrators, and faculty. . .meeting with the Student Council to discuss rules and regulations. . deciding what's best for the students. . .meeting the needs of the school. . .making a budget that will work just right. . .dedicating their efforts to us, making us better, . .improving and promoting Valley Pride, . . Our "Super" Business Gffice Mr. Harold Tiemens Superintendent lVlrs. Kempema. . .secretary and book- keeper. . .takes care of the tuition cards. . .a fine lady who we will miss . . .left, seeking a change in occupation lVlr. Tiemens. . .Superin- tendent. . .handles the financial affairs. . .bus schedules. . .a necessity for our school. . . 5 L Je' 2' Mrs. Evelyn Kempema Bookkeeper High School Office: "You've Got a Friend" lVlr. Bruce Keuning Principal lVlrs . Brink . . .girl-Friday . . . bookkeeper. . .answering the ever ringing phone . . .helping students .. .lending a hand to the faculty. . . lVlr. Keuning . . .busy . . .not al- ways found ...listening to stu- dents, parents, and teachers, their compliments and complaints . . ."iVlay I have your attention please?" . . . 'T'-5 f 5 ...,. gs a X . of Mrs. Adrianna Brink Secretary 3:1 Faculty Although we don t always acknowledge and appreciate the hard work and efforts of the faculty, we owe a great deal of gratitude to them all for the Christian guidance they showed us this year. We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank them for their devotion and hard work . "Teaching us to think for ourselves and A combination of congenialityfconcern to stand up for what we believe," and commitment to Christ" REV. PAUL A. BOERTJE 13 YEARS Classes taught: Bible I, Bible III, Bible IV. Extracurricular activities: Valley Christian Honor Society Sponsor, Senior Class Sponsor. JAMES H. BOVEN 1 YEAR Classes taught: General Business, Shorthand I,II, Bookkeeping I, Personel Use Bookkeeping, Office Nlachines Extracurricular activities: Freshman Basketball, Junior Varsity Baseball, Junior Class Sponsor. " Willing to take the time to listen, advise, and be your friend." PRE ST ON BR UXVOORT 5 YEARS Classes taught: General Science, Extracurricular activities: Photography Club, Junior Class Sponsor. Coach J,V. Soccer. HAROLD CLOUSING 4 YEARS Classes taught: Health and Safety, General Nlusic, A-Capella Choir, Concert Choir, Extracurricular activities: Nladrigals, Speech and Music Festival, Sophomore Class Sponsor. "A man known for his great love of music, delightful sense of humor, and enthusiasm for life." STANLEY COLE 6 YEARS Classes taught: English II, English Literature, Speech, Drama, Latin. Extracurricular activities: Tutoring Program, Senior Play, Senior Class Sponsor. "A gentle man with a large vocabulary, abundant wisdom, and a voice to shake an entire room" ".,.the concerned, consistant coach." HAROLD DE BIE 10 YEARS Classes taught: World History, Boy's Physical Education. Extracurricular activities: Varsity Club, Coach-Varsity and J.V, Cross Country, Varsity Basket- ball, Golf, Sophomore Class Sponsor. "...perfection, precision...and spun k." GERALD L. DE YOUNG 8 YEARS Classes taught: 5 thru 12 Instrumental Music. Extracurricular activities: Pep Band, Flag Girls, I.D. Unit, Drill Team, Speech, and Music Festival,Junior Class Sponsor. ROLAND KAIVI PS 4 YEARS Councelor. Classes taught: American History. Extracurricular activities: Sophomore Class Sponsor, "...kindy counseI." REV. LOUIS E. KNOWLES 28 YEARS Classes taught: Spanish I, II, II, Reformed Doctrine. Extracurricular activities: Freshman Class Sponsor. "...a humble scholar," Jul "...he knows where you're at." WlLLlANl ESKES 9 YEARS Attendance Officer. Classes taught: Biology, Physical Science, Church History. Extracurricular activities: Freshman Class Sponsor. "...the candy man," JOHN FABER 22 YEARS Classes taught: Chemistry, Drafting I, Algebra I-A, Bible II. Extracurricular activities: Student Council, Senior Class Sponsor, Canteen, Bookstore. "computers and calculators combined with concern and compassion" JOHN LE FEBRE 14 YEARS Classes taught: General Math, Algebra I, Algebra II, Computer Math. Extracurricular activities: Sophomore Class Sponsor. BARBARA LIGHT 4 YEARS Classes taught: Home Economics I, Home Economics II, Bachelor I, Sociology. Extracurricular activities: FHA Club, Freshman Class Sponsor. "always wanting and respecting the opinions of others" KARLA LAARMAN-MEIMA 15- YEARS Classes taught: Practical English, English Literature, Contemporary Litera- ture, Spanish I. Extracurricular activi- ties: Speech and Music Festival, Senior Class Sponsor. l fb QV. WESLEY E. NANCE 7 YEARS Classes taught: German II, Geomtry, Algebra I, Algebra I-B. Extracurricular activities: Math Club, Freshman Class Sponsor. lVllSS SHERRI NAVIS 2 YEARS Classes taught: English I, Girl's Physical Education Extracurricular activities: Drill Team, GAA Pep Club, Cheerleaders, Coach-Varsity Volleyball, Track, J.V. Basketball, Freshman Class Sponsor. "...easy l?l exercises, extreme effort exceptional enthusiasm" "the man with a right angle to every- 5 thing" NIR KARL NEERHOF 2 YEARS Classes taught: World History, Advanced Corn- position, IVIass Media. Extracurricular activities: Yearbook Sponsor, Senior Class Sponsor, Career Day, Fine Arts Festival. JOE NYDAIVI 29 YEARS Classes taught: Bible I, Shop I, Shop II, Shop III, Geography. Extracurricular activities: Sophomore Class officer. GARY VAN HULZEN 7 YEARS Classes taught: American History, Government, Geography. Extracurricular activities: Freshman Class Sponsor, Coach-Varsity Head Football, Track, Varsity Club. IVlR. D. WASSENAAR 4 YEARS Classes Taught: Office Practice, Typing I, Personal Use Typing, Typing II, Bookkeeping II, Economics Consumer Education. Extracurricular activities: Student Store, Junior Class Sponsor, Career Day. "witty, precise, concerned, committe " "stressing teamwork, but striving for individual exceIlence" X X I Bus Drivers and Janitors Our Bus Drivers -W 1 sg, .-1 bg ,- . 5 ri iff if Ed "Uncle Ed" De Wyn up at the crack of dawn . . .being able to put up with students . . ."quit yer yellin' and screamin'! ". . .scrap- ing bubbiegum off the floors and under the desks . . .proud of having the cleanest bus . . .hard work, and a job well done!!! HUD 0. ---F ,f?'1 'as -- '- 3 ',. .' .x T-.2 - A, 1 1 is .. 0 I xx -O . :'C,a!5'jD 5 il, Zlxy ! 3:5 :Si Greg, Gary, and Mrs. Brands 5 . ,4 .L ' i P The Class of Nineteen-Hundred and Seventy-Five Class Song: We Nlay Never Pass This Way Again Class Nlotto: ob ani me- the wha, fo accept fFieR5jLqs e e s a -vs? ef' -'ess' C f ' 'zxif S T 'S fs CLASS OFFICERS: Diane Sybesma, Vice-Presidentp Visser, Treasurerp Gloria Vander Meer, Secretary: R resident. Class Colors: Light and Dark Blue Class Flower: White Rose ENNETH CARL ALTHISER 4 years Pre-college Honor Society 10,11,127 Band 9. TOIVI BARBOR 1115 years Pre-college Transferred from Los Alamitos Football Vars. 12. KRIS AQUIRRE 4 years General Student Council 127 Pep Club 9,10,11,12f Speech and lVlusic Festival 9,10,11,127 Senior Play 127 Cheerleader J.V. 10, Vars. 11,127 A Capella Choir 11,127 Nlaclrigals 12. ROGER ALGRA 12 years Pre -col lege Track J.V. 9. JOHN BAKKER 12 years Pre colle e - 9 Football J.V. 9,107 vars. 11,127 Soccer J.V. 107 Vars. 11,127 Basketball Frosh 97 Student Council 11. STAN AN DRIESE 12 years General Football 127 Varsity Club 127 Concert Choir 12. HENRY BANSBERG 12 years Pre-college Football Vars. 111 Soccer Vars 9,10,11,127 Speech and Music Festival 107 Band 9,10. PATTI BEKEDAIVI 12 years Commercial Volleyball 107 GAA 10: Pep Club 9 10' Librar Assist. 127 1 Y Drill 'lleam 97 Girls Glee 9. fs - .' DAVE BOS 4 years Pre-college Football J.V. 107 Basketball Frosh 97 Soccer J.V. 10, Vars. 11,12. ART BOUSEIVIA 12 years General Football 9,107 Rode Crusader Horse 12. DOUGLAS BRINK 10 years Commercial Football 97 Baseball 97 Concert Choir 9,10,11. DAVE BYLSIVIA 10 years General Cross Country J.V. 9,10,117 Vars. 127 Soccer J.V. 10: Track J.V. 9, 107 Senior Play 127 Band 9,10,11,127 Pep Band 9,10,11,12. RUTH BYIVIA 12 years Pig-college Volleyball Frosh 9, J.V. 10, Vars. 11,127 Basketball manager 10: Gazette 10,11,127 GAA 9,10,11,127 Pep Club 9,10,11,127 Library Assist. 9,102 Chapel Acc. 10,11,127 Senior Play 127 Concert Choir 111 A Capella 121 Honor Society 11,127 Medi- cal Arts 9,1O,11,sec.,12 GLEN BYLSIVIA 12 years Pre-college Cross Country J.V. 10, Vars. 127 Basketball Frosh 9, J.V. 10, Vars. 117 Track J.V. 9, Vars. 107 Baseball J.V. 97 Speech and Music Festival 9,107 Senior Play 127 Band 9,10,11,127 Finding a Friend ls the Nicest Discovery of All. DALE BROERSIVIA 9 years Commercial JUAN CAGIGAS 4 years General Cross Country J.V. 97 Track J.V. 97 Vars. 10,11. ARNOLD DE JONG 12 years General Cross Country 9. KIIVI CALI 9 years General RICK DE JONG 12 years General Homecoming escort 11. RICH DE VRIES 12 years Pre-college Class President 11,127 Football J.V. 9,10, Vars. 11,127 Soccer J.V. 10, 112 Track J.V. 9,10, Vars. 11,127 Annual Staff 10,11,127 Student Council 10,11,127 Tutors 117 Varsity Club 11,12: Photo. Club 117 Honor Society 11,121 Senior Play 122 Band 9,10,11,127 Honor Roll 9,10. BOB DE LEEUW 6 years General Senior Play 127 Concert Choir 12. MEL DAEHN 12 years General Annual Staff 127 Tutors 10,111 Math Club 11,12 sec.-treas.7 GAA 9,10 Pep Club 9,10,117 Medical Arts 97 Honor Society 11,12j Speech and Music Festival 9,101 Senior Play 127 Band 9,10,11,12j Mistress of Ceremonies 11. SANDY DE PORTER 12 years Commercial Library Assist. 107 Concert Choir 117 Girls Glee 9. STEVE DE VRIES 4 years General Speech and Music Festival 97 Band 9. I ,X gm NANCY DE YOUNG 12 years Pre-college Class sec. 97 Class treas. 107 Volleyball Frosh 9, J.V. 107 Softball Frosh 97 Manager J.V. 102 Basketball J.V. 107 Annual Staff 10,11 Assist.-Ed., 12 Editor7 Student Council 10,11 Sec 12- Tutors 12- GAA 9,16Z11,fl.2j Pep Club 9,10 Sec.- Treas., 11,127 Honor Society 11,12 treas.7 Library Assist. 9,102 Speech and Music Festival 11,127 Chapel Acc. 10,11,127 Drill Team 9,10 Lt., 11,12 Captain7 Concert Choir 107 A Capella 11,127 Madrigals 127 Library Comm. 127 Track Stat 9. MARK ERICKSON 4 years General Cross Country 112 Track 9,10,11,127 Basketball 9,10,11,127 Varsity Club 10,11,127 Concert Choir 117 Homecoming Escort 127 Presi- dent of Ski Club 12. Continue to Love Each Other With True Brotherly Love. Hebrews 13:1 PAUL DIRKS 5 years Pre-college Cross Country J.V. 117 Basket- ball Frosh 9, J.V. 10, Vars. 11,127 Track Frosh-Soph. 10, Vars. 127 Golf J.V. 11, Vars. 127 Varsity Club 11,127 Speech and Music Festival 11,127 Homecoming Escort 127 Senior Play 127 A Capella 11,127 Madriglas 11,12. SCOTT DOTY 6 years General Football J.V. 97 Concert Choir 12. CLAU DIA FO LS OIVI 3 years General Transferred from Heritage7 Tutors 127 Speech and Music Festival 127 Concert Choir 107 A Capella 11,127 Madrigals 12, CONNIE FIKSE 12 years General Track 9,10,117 Basketball 9,112 GAA 9,10,117 Pep Club 9 10' Homecomin Princess 127 I I g Concert Choir 107 Girls Glee 97 A Capella 12, SHARON MARIE GARRET 4 years Pre-college Basketball manager and stats J.V. 127 GAA 9,10,11,127 Photo. Club 117 Senior Play Buss. Promoter 127 Concert Choir 117 Arl. Club 11,127 Track manager and stats Base- ball Girls J.V. and Vars. mana ger and stats. PAMELA GREEK 12 years General GAA 9,10,12 Treas.7 Pep Club 9,10,11,127 Senior Play 127 Drill Team 9,107 Flag 11,127 Concert Choir 107 Girls Glee 97 A Capella 11,12. JENNIFER HERTEL 12 years Commercial Track 10,117 Basketball 97 GAA 97 Pep Club 9,10,11j Girls Glee 97 A Capella 12. STEPHANI GORT 12 years General Gazette Staff 127 Pep Club 97 Photo. Club 97 Library Assist. 97 Speech and Music Festival 9,1O,11,127 Senior Pla 12 Y 7 Drill Team 9,10,117 I.D. 10,117 Girls Glee 97 A Capella 11,122 Madrigals 12. JIIVI GRASIVIEYER 12 years Pre-college Football J.V. 9,10, Vars. 11,127 Soccer 117 Baseball J.V. 9, Vars. 10,127 Student Council 12 Treas.7 Varsity Club 10,11,127 Speech and Music Festival 10,127 Band 9,10,11,12 A Capella 127 Madrigals 127 Pep Band 9,1O,11,127 RAN DY HALIVIA 8 years Pre-college Cross Country J.V. 10,117 Basketball Frosh 97 Soccer J.V. 10, Vars. 11,127 Track J.V. 97 Varsity Club 11,127 Speech and Music Festival 127 Senior Play 127 A Capella 11,127 Madrigals 12. JEFF GROW 12 years Commercial Basketball Frosh 97 Track J.V. 9,102 Soccer J.V. 10, Vars. 11,127 Varsity Club 11,127 Speech and Music Festival 9,10,127 Band 9,1O,11,127 GERALDINE HEIDA 12 years Pre-college Photo. Club 97 Senior Play 127 Girls Glee 97 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committe invitations 11. IVIICHAEL HIBIVIA 6 years General igotball J.V. 9,107 Senior Play JANET JOY JAIVIES 816 years Pre-col lege Softball mana er 9 Track 9 7 10,117 Cross Country J.V. 11,127 Track stat 11,127 Gazette 11,127 Tutors 12: FHA 11,127 GAA 9,10,11,127 Pep Club 9,10,117 Senior Play 127 Con- cert Choir 127 Honor Roll 12: Art Club 12. RENAE DAWN JASPER 12 years Pre-college Tutors 117 Math Club 122 Pep Club 9,107 Library Assist. 107 Senior Play 127 Drill Team 9,107 Girls Glee 97 A Capella 11,12. GLEN IVIEETER 12 years Pre-college Football J.V. 97 Track J.V. 9,102 Golf J.V. 9,117 Senior Play 127 A Capella 127 Student Store Manager 12. DARREL KLEIN 12 years General Football J.V. 9,10, Vars. 127 Varsity Club 12. JOYCE KRUID 12 years Pre-college Track 97 Volleyball 9,107 Student Council 9,12 vice President7 FHA 12: GAA 9,101 Pep Club 9,10,11,127 Honor Society 11,122 Medical Arts 127 Library Assist. 9,107 Speech and Music Festival 9,10,11,127 Chapel Acc. 10,11,127 Senior Play 127 Cheerleader 10,11,12 head: Band 9,10,11,127 Pep Band 97 RICK NIOUW 12 years General Football 107 Basketball 107 Concert Choir 12. WILLIAIVI JAY IVIULDER 12 years Pre-college Cross Country J.V. 117 Football J.V. 9, Vars. 127 Soccer J.V. 117 Track J.V. 9,10, Vars. 11,127 Tutors 117 Varsity Club 127 Senior Play 127 Band 9,107 A Capella 12. MARK ALAN NAGEL 11 years Commercial BARBARA OP HORST 12 years Pre-college Track 10,11,12j Volleyball J.V. 11: Vars. 12: Softball J.V. 10, Vars. 11,127 Basketball J.V. 9,112 Vars. 127 GAA 9,10,11,127 Senior Play 127 Run-a-thon winner 11. GLEN SALIE 12 years Pre-college Football Frosh 97 Track J.V. 9,10, Vars. 117 Gazette Staff 117 Varsity Club 117 Photo. Club 117 Senior Play 127 Con- cert Choir 12. STEVE NYENHUIS 6 years Pre-college Tutors 127 Speech and Music Festival 9,102 Senior Play 127 Band 9,10,11,127 Pep Band 9,10,11,12j Grad. usher 11, Drum Major 127 Honor Roll 9. BARBARA REINALDA 12 years Pre-college Track 9,107 Volleyball J.V. 9, Vars. 10,11,127 Softball Vars. 9,10,11,12j Basketball Vars. 9,10,11,127 GAA 9,10,11 84 12 vice president7 Pep Club 9,10,11,12Q Senior Play 127 Girls Glee 97 A Capella 11,12. WAYNE PRINS 12 years General Football Frosh 97 Basketball Frosh 9, J.V. 10, Vars. 11,127 Baseball J.V. 10, Vars. 127 Golf Vars. 11,127 Varsity Club 11,127 Senior Play 12: A Capella 11,127 Grad. Escort 117 Ski Club 11,127 JOHN OFFRINGA 12 years General BUD ROWENHORST 12 years Pre-college Basketball Frosh 9, J.V. 107 Baseball J.V. 10, Vars. 11,127 Varsity Club 11,127 Homecom ing Escort 9. N ROBERT SLEGERS 12 years General HOWIE STEENWYK 6 years Pre-college Football J.V. 9, Vars. 10,11,127 Basketball Frosh 97 Track Frosh-Soph 9, J.V. 10, Vars. 127 Annual Staff 107 Varsity Club 10,11,12f Photo. Club 10. JERRY STOUT 12 years General Football J.V. 9,10, Var 11,127 Soccer J.V. 9,10, Vars. 11,122 Baseball J.V. 9,10, Vars. 11,127 Track Vars. 12: Varsity Club 11,122 Senior Play 127 Concert Choir 112 Master of Ceremonies 11. RALPH VAN BRUGGEN 6 years Pre-college Class President 9 84 107 Football J.V. 9,10, Vars. 11,127 Track J.V. 9,10 Vars. 11,127 Student Council 10 vice president, 11 Treas., 12 President7 Honor Society 127 Senior Play 127 A Capella 11,127 Madrigals 12. DAN ST RUIKS IVIA 12 years Pre-col lege Football J.V. 9,10, Vars. 11,127 Baseball J.V. 9,10, Vars. 11,127 Varsity Club 11,127 Senior Play 12: Band 9,10,11 President, 12 president7 A Capella 12. DIANE VANDERBURG 12 years Pre-college Volleyball Frosh 9, J.V. 10,11, Vars. 127 Basketball J.V. 10, Vars. 11,122 Gazette Staff 10,11,127 GAA 9,10,11,127 Pep Club 9,10,117 Medical Arts 9,01,117 Library Assit. 97 Senior Play 127 A Capella 12. ROBERT VANDER KOOI 12 years Pre-college Football J.V. 97 Basketball J.V. 10,11,12j Golf 117 Student Council 9,10,11,12j Varsity 11,127 Homecoming MC 127 Concert Choir 12. DIANE SYBESIVIA 12 years Pre-college Volleyball Frosh 9, J.V. 107 Softball J.V. 107 Basketball Frosh 97 Basketball Vals. Stats 2 years. Annual Staff 11,127 Student Council 11,127 GAA 9,10 Vice President, 117 Pep Club 9,10,11,127 Library Assist.-Comm. 127 Senior Play 127 Drill Team 10,11 Lt.7 Flag 127 A Capella 11,12. GLORIA VANDER MEER 6 years General Class sec. 11 8: 127 Volleyball Frosh 9, J.V. 107 FHA 127 GAA 9,101 Pep Club 9,10,11,127 Library Assist. 9 Senior Play 122 Flag 11,127 Girls Glee 97 A Capella 11,122 Basketball stat 10 8t 112 Baseball stat 11 84 12. SHARON VANDER PLAS 12 years Pre-college Class Vice President 97 Volley- ball Frosh 9, J.V. 10, Vars. 11,127 Softball Vars. 9,10,11,127 Basketball J.V. 9, Vars. 107 Student Council 9,10,11,12 Se.7 Math Club 127 GAA 9,10,11,12 President7 Pep Club 9,10,11,127 Honor Soceity 10,11,127 Presi- dent? Speech and Music Festi- val 10,117 Homecoming Queen 122 Cheerleader 10 head, Vars. 11,127 Band 9,10,11,127 A Capella 127 Grad. escort 117' Thank You for Giving Me These Friends, Lord Jesus Help Me HAROLD VANDE WITTE to Sham 12 years You' Commercial Gfealfesl Student Store. Friend With Them. JAN ET VAN DYK 9 years Pre-college Annual Staff 11,127 Math Club 127 Pep Club 9,102 Honor Soceity 11,127 Library Assist. 10,121 Senior Play Student Director 127 A Capella 11,12. DEBRA K. VANDER ZEE 10 years Commercial Volleyball Frosh 9, J.V. 10: Gazette Staff 127 GAA 9,107 Girls Glee 97 A Capella 11,127 Madrigals 127 Speech and Music Festival 12. BlL'. VANDER WEIDE 4 years Pre-college Cross Country Vars. 11 Football Vars. 127 Basketball manager 9, J.V. 107 Track Vars. 127 Baseball J.V. 9,10, Vars. 11,12 Varsity Club 11,127 Honor Society 11,127 Speech and Music Festival 11,127 Senior Play 127 A Capella 11,127 Madrigals 11,12. Y X - -1 RICKY VAN DUYN 12 years Pre-college Basketball 9,10, Vars. 11, Track 107 Varsity Club 117 Senior Play 127 Madrigals 11,12. 1 fill JOHN VAN DYK 10 years General Football 9,10,11,127 Baseball 107 Varsity Club 11,12. SANDI VAN DYK 11112 years Pre-college Annual Staff Copy Editor 11 81 12: Gazette 117 Tutors 10,11 vice president7 Math Club 11712 President7 Pep Club 9,10,11,127 Honor Society 10,11,12 vice president7 Library Assist. 12: Speech and Music Festival 117 Chapel Ac. 10,11,127 Senior Play 127 Flag 127 Concert Choir 10, Girls Glee 97 A Capella 11,127 Library Comm. 12. DON VERNIEER 12 years Commercial J.V. Baseball 107 J.V. Soccer 107 Student Store. CAROL VAN OTTERLOO 12 years General Volleyball J.V. 9, Vars. 10,11,127 Basketball stats 127 GAA 9,10,11,127 Pep club 9,107 Photo Club 9,107 Girls Glee 9, Ski Club. LARRY VAN OTTERLOO 12 years Pre-college Track J.V. 107 Golf J.V. 117 Honor Roll 12: Senior Play 12: A Capella 11,12. GAYLEEN VOGEL 12 years General Class Sec. 107 Volleyball 9,10,117 Softball 9,10,117 Basketball 97 Tutors 9,10,117 GAA 9,10,11,127 Pep Club 9,107 Medical Arts 97 Speech and Music Festival 9,10,127 Band 9,10,11,12? Football stat 11,12. NELLIE VISSER 12 years Pre-college Class Treas. 9,11,127 Annual Staff 11,127 Tutors 11,12j Pep Club 10,11,127 Honor Soceity 127 Homecoming princess 107 Senior Play Student Director 127 Drill Team 10,11,127 Flag 127 I.D. 112 A Capella 11,12. LINDA VAN WINKLE 11 years General GAA 9,102 Pep Club 9,102 Homecoming princess 97 Senior Play 127 Concert Choir 107 Girls Glee 97 A Capella 11,12. ROY WESTRA 12 years General Football 9,107 Track 9,10,11,12 Soccer 107 Varsity Club 127 Senior Play 127 Concert Choir 12. MY' ELIZABETH YOUNG 3 years General Transferred from Cerritos7 Gazette Staff 127 Pep Club 111 Senior Play 127 Track Stat Girls and Guys. "D PAUL WRIGHT 4 years General Cross Country J.V. 9, Vars. 10,11,127 Soccer J.V. 117 Golf Vars. 10,11,127 Gazette Staff 11,127 Tutors 11,127 Varsity Club 10,11,127 Speech and Music Festival 11,127 Senior Play 127 Band 9,10,11,127 A Capella 11,127 Madrigals 11,127 Grad. Usher7 Server Jr.-Sr. Banquet 10: Pep Band Ski Club. BILL WIEBERDINK 12 years Pre-college Baseball 9,10,11,12Q Concert Choir 11. 0 not lead, I may not follow, Do not follow, I may not lead, lust walk beside me and be my friend LYN DA YATES 3 years General Transferred from Los Alamitos7 Annual Staff 127 Tutors 10,111 Medical Arts 107 Speech and Music Festival 127 Homecom- ing princess 117 Senior Play 127 A Capella 11,127 Madrigals 12. 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' x N LN So Happy Together Juniors . . .never a dull moment. . . fighting to make it to the top. . .indepen- dence . . .leaders in excitement and new ideas . . .tall, good-looking guys . . .women in control. . ."76 Kicks". . .The Rising Sons of Woude conquered . . .a class effort always pulling through . . .Sergio, Again? . . .an outstanding Junior-Senior Banquet that no one will forget. . .rowdiness on the loose . . .tough stuff. . .clovvning around . . . monopoly over the canteen . . .charisma . . . the spirit of '76 lives on. . .and on. . . Marlene Nlulder, Presidentg Sandy Verhoeven, Secretaryg Lorene Vande Vegteg Treasureg Pam Mulford, Vice President. Pete Assink Rich Bansberg Lorraine Boekestein Greta Boogard Sam Bouman Debbie Bousema Jonna Brands Lorraine Broekema Beth Cooper Cindy De Jong Eric Dekker Nlark Dekker David De Kruyf Karen De Kruyf ' Iva De Leeuw Debbie De Poorter David De Vries Patty De Young Nancy Ebey Wanda Enkhorn Darlene Eskes John Feikema Shirley Fikse Ron Franken 34 llklx l i 3tifLf:'lt X EK 5 ...... gig: .L .,'- F E, ..,...., . i -1 .r ., S., -fi' 5 ,H . 5 was 1 Q, ii I' ' l 9 ,A 'TN , ,, A ec, A-if K1 1 lm A 0- 7 fl IAIU 3 hlhh vubt ack Class HQ g K+- f all ' y x wr- , 52, wx If It ,. x 1 . V I .,. , y 4 1 k .. , WV 6 3 -s E? ' t l S9 lm I-rl f u l l 4. ef F35 .X 5 - 1 k , Y . 4X , 9 f eg. ,,, x E nr s .-af is f .. 5 K 4. . , lla-x'U'A' xg--Lf 'W Ho' f Helen Gras Valerie Grasman Robin Groen Kevin Groot Colleen Hanenberg Carolyn Hartmen David Hasper Debbie Heger Jim Heida Glen Hendricks Karen Hink Don Hoekstra lVlark Hogan Elsa Horjus Marlin Howes Gary Huizenga Steve Jacobsma Ricky Jasper Nlike Kalmink Kendall Kamps Nikki Koch Sandy Kooistra Sally Kuipers Carl Leck l l Upperclassmen at Last! Jace Overgaauw Georgaann Pavich John Roelofson Paige Schelhaas Natalie Schnyders Sandy Slater Jennifer Sneary David Spoelstra Tammy Staal Don Stocker Corney Stalk Bill Struiksma Roger Swaving Gary Terpstra Roxanne Tiffin Kevin Le Febre Brad IVlouw Marlene Mulder l l v, K .XJ T 'S fi Fixx - wx 1 Pam Mulford Lorna Nagel Jerry Negen Bob Offrin a 9 Donna Oldenburgr Cindy Ostrander L, . G' ,251 5 x 1" Jfk. 5 I i x V -X1 Every Day the Thing to Do ls Learn a Little Something New Pam Van Aalsburg Mike Vandenberg Jim Vander Grift Rob Vander Linden.. Deanna Vander Waal Lorene Vande Vegte K 2"-fx X jx , . . ft Mm,,,fj .9 X Neff unix! ef-me-M-f'f1,.1 , Dick Van Eck Laura Van Hofwegan Tim Van Hofwegan Jim Van Hulzen Steve Van Noord f Y i J, 1,,Q Ran Joy , X L ' - .If-'i?g,3.fT-F' 1 Swift" dy Van Otterloo Sandy Verhoeven Vogel Jacob Wiersma Linda Wigboldy Debbie Wind Larry Zonnefe Id Brad Streelman t ' - - Pete Vander Kooi 0 fxf 1 , i , f Sophomores: Progressing With Pride Getting the feeling for life. . . so much spirit they are about to burst. . .friendliest people on campus . . .car washes . . .flirtatious girls. . .budding young men . . .the disappointment of one license to ten people . . .getting the spirit jug more than any other class. . . getting even by picking on the freshmen . . .moving on up. . . Senior Nlother's Tea. . .disecting for the first time . . .Valey's pride . . .juniors to be. . .funloving and naughty . . .full of life . . .choosing class rings . . . Dale Adema Randy Algra Jan Adkins David Althiser Bart Appleton Doug Ball Nancy Bomgaars IVlarIa Bouman Neale Brassell Kristy Brink Steve Brouwer Kevin Bush DeAnn Bylsma Charles Byma Kevin Colwell Mary De Bie Freida De Boer Greg De Jong Jay De Vries Ken De Vries Terri De Weerd Lori, Finnley Steve Flietstra Mary Garcia 38 W,-, , . ,gi . Whux Ken De Vries President' Frieda De Boer Secretary Tom Vander Dussen Vice President- Pam Schelhaas Treasure gi, rl rl' YAP ii, . 5 " 'x ,Q . L.. .Q ,-'-t- is 'L ill' J ,, L 1 Lf' . S 1 N wi ' Sai , , 15.11. f. YN r K , Reaching for the Top I -L , w..,- . ,--l ., .., , . i y lm " W Yfi-s ww X1 t 3221 if' , Q Y, 9 hlffilta Ni M X . Y-2 fa L D-4 Renee George Stuart Gort Steve Grow Steve Haagsma Gary Hartog Alice Haver Gretta Helma Cheryl Hetriclc Gary Hibma Tom Hommes Sally In't Veld Lyle Johnson Gigi Jones Eileen Kline Ted Koopmans Jack Koper Tom Kramer Mary Jo Kroeze Lorraine Meines Mary Mulder Kathy Nydam Carla Nyenhuis Greg Olsen Julienne Overgaauw Anna Petlowany Cathy Piersma Leslie Pollard Ruth Postma Harry Prins Jeri Rabideaux Debbie Simpkins Ginger Smith Ray Smith Danny Snapper Linda Steenwyk John Stolk David Sybesma Dennis Sybesma Jim Sybesma Kim Truitt Doug Van Andel Gloria Vanderbuilt Nancy Vanderburg Tom Vander Dussen Diane Vander Linden Counting Our Blessings Keeps Us Karla Riemersma Evan Roelofs Ann Dena Rollema Sherry Rudolph Steve Scheenstra Pam Schelhaas Rosemarie Schoo Laurie Segaar Carol Sheets u xg gif! Aware of the Abundant Joys We Share we -pci '1 'gy John Vander Meer Diane Vander Molen Yolanda Vander Molen Tom Vander Weide Gertie Vande Witte Cheryl Van Duyn Terry Van Dyk John Van Eck Charlene Van Grootheest David Nicholas XL, fr Chris Nowlin 53: 1145" ,g y ,spits- .1 nv . . N -Sr. 5 E Ml , K A , -"2 s, fx f' Tamara Todd John Van Kooy Arlen Van Vuuren Wilma Weening Lori Wieberdink John Wiersma Lyn Wybenga Melanie Yahuso Delend Berton Susan Kosareff Freshman: 0ne Down Three to Go scared . . . walking into a room filled with Seniors . . . learning which building is A . . . burying trash for Freshman Sci- ence . electing your first class officers . . . struggling to get through the first year . . . joining clubs . . . trying to be important . . . struggling through geography and Freshman Bible standing up and cheering at the first pep rally . . . looking forward to the day when you're finally an upperclassmen . . . the beginning of 4 long years . . . here a freshman . . . there a freshman . . . everywhere you R' ,- 9, Freshman Class Officers. Kevin Overgaauw, Vice-president: Ann Faber Treasurer tum a freshman ' ' ' Kim Beebe, Secretaryp Dean Dykema, President. Noemi Acevedo Robert Alexander Kristi A Igra Gary Bakker Beverly Balkema Jim Barbor Kim Beebe Paul Bergsrud Henry Bloot Margaret Bol Gareth Boogaard Patty Bos John Bothof Gene Brands Judy Broekema Marilyn Broersma Ted Bultsma Joyce Bylsma Nancy Bylsma Evelyn Byma Steve Christians Ross Cooper Greg Corbin Cathy Coulander , -.sei EM? si. +192 ' xl we 5 t. L f " wil fins. Only the Strong Survive sh' C I ,--. ' X P . Lis EL'-, X. Linda Daley Kristal De Boer Linda De Boer Don Grote Rocky De Hoog Benny De Jong Dennis De Kruyf Harlan De Vries Jim De Vries Shelli De Weerd Bruce De Young Gene De Young Jeanette Diaz Kim Duke Dean Dykema Pam Eernisse Bryan Eggink John Erickson Ann Faber Julia Feddema Scott Fleming Craig Folsom Lee Franco Sheryl Frerking Ernie Garcia David Gekler Nancy Goedhart Dale Grasmeyer Lisa Hackworth Lori Halma Gerald Huisman Bryan James Bill Kamstra Faith Kempema Karen Kieviet Jack Kimm Brian Kooiman Harold Kooistra Matilda Koopmans Alida Kramer Pam Lambooy Elizabeth Lanting Theresa Luth Jorge Nlorfa Dan Morgan Friendship Is to Do and Say the Jeff Hibma Tammy Hibma Betty Hiemstra Gary Hiemstra Larry Hilarides Donna Hoffman Nlike Hogan Jonalee Holstege Annabel Howes ici. Fi . 4 .si or 'xivzik' 3 ,-X .4- Kindest Thing in the Kindest Way vu 3' X -1, 1? x7 . W " ra if V Q ' ' 1 ' K ,x K 4 4 . A 1 X 'f f . 4 xl W 3- 0 tb' xx XN X" V eff - i A fi rd?-sx X lil 'X lf. I Nl , , guy, gy ' -all iiremxi 1 1 l . xQal""6-L, x, Tfi . v ... 3 iff, :V ' QC -'- -. J -,. -J -v -4 .6 Q li C? , . f A 'K ' , si - C LK 5 1 1 , ' E x 's x y h 1 ,,, wr i ,v-' . 3 1 - 'w l QF' M.. , ' 1 5 . j 3,9 - 4 ' ' ri 1 4 X: ,,ix,.!' .ill ri 1 wr V 1 1, , 'il W claw 'ff Y' WW. V Hx W Aigkgyx X 1 rf 'X . ' ffl 1 i 1 ' 5 ,lil 1 Carla lVlunneke Danny Nagel Jeff Nootenboom David Nyenhuis Bettyann Oliver Pierce Ostrander Kevin Overgaauw Bruce Prins Jerry Roelofsen . 3 . . J Q- ig N ,, 3" - . 'X J J ,f-"" 'L , , "V 94 ,Alf Julia Postma Richard Reeves Susan Schmid Jeff Schnyders Gordon Scholte Shelly Slater Randy Solsma Steven Spoelstra Kevin Struiksma Mary Struiksma Dawn Sutton Dennis Swaving Roy Tapanes Darci Tazelaar Gordon Tiemeyer Tracey Thornton Coping and Hoping Craig Van Aalsburg Marvin Van Bruggen Russel Vande Vegte Stanley Vanden Brink Ann Vander Kooi Ruth Vander Plas Beatrice Vander Waal Lisa Vander Wall Bonnie Vander Zee Karen Van Dyk Mike Van Dyk if 'fo JA' Gloria Visser John Walhof Stuart Wieberdink Debbie Wigboldy Harry Wind Randy Wind Valerie Zonnefeld Cem Mulford Phil Smith Leanne Struiksma Ron Van Oiierloo ,--2 i ig. ri ' 1 l l I .cf y Tom Van Eck Willy Van Gessel Jim Van Hoepen Loree Van Meeteren Barry Van Mersbergen Steven Van Zanen .1 xs- -X .gl V. Lg J 2 I ,,,,,..---' "WM fg ' ,,..-- S - L ,X 4, pA,,MEL L,xL L M , , I 'A v 5 E -1 M "3 fin ....- ,.N,,W. - A-ALM - M' sr ,B s A V J, 1 ' C z ' QQ A. 9 5' s 2 I 5 2 W . .gg g E . 1 3 ' r Af""'f N,,,Q, k E s ,X ,. . ,, E 1 n 1 rx R W Mmwww., .ww 'vn- Mx li P 1 Bible ev. erie. . .a uy Christ's life . . . memorizing verses . . . the history of the church . . . oral quizes . . . sects . . . Jesus People and hip churches l1Lll'eS notes ground of the church . . . being able to stand firm when you are questioned by others . . . finishing Bible belief. Church History. , , Theology of the Nlajor Sects. . . Bible Perspectives . . .Reformed Doctrine . . . the journeys of Paul your first Bible class with the Bo t' st d of the Christian life . . . lec- and discussions . . .taking . . . learning about the back- with a true knowledge of your ORINTHIANS ll. 32 Tkhu ffm d elif 1 am Nlass IVledia. . .Advanced Comp . Languages. . Taming of the Shrew . . . Shakespeare . . . taking slides for media projects . . . struggling to create a term paper . . . verbs, adverbs, nouns, adjectives . . . proper punctuation . . . essays, satire, Italian sonnets . . . Beowulf . . . giving speeches . . . analyzing songs . . . Greening of America . . . shorties . . . learning new words . . . translating . . . passing that last exam . . . staying on for Spanish III and IV . . . male, female, and neuter nouns . . . quizzes every Friday . . . Latin . . . Spanish . . . German X., 'ml A c Q.- Q - ' uma mains- ,, as K -we ACappella. .lvladrigals Choirs FIRST ROW: Sandy Slater, Janet Van Dyk, Lorene Vande Vegte, Linda Van Winkle, Lorraine Boekestein, Donna Oldenburger, Pam Greek, Sharon Vander Plas, Ginger Hertel, Wanda Enkhorn, Sandy Verhoeven, Nellie Visser, Nancy De Young, Diane Sybesma, Debbie Bousema, Joy Vogel, Laura Van Hofwegen, Debbie Wind. SECOND ROW: Renae Jasper, Pat De Young, Sandi Van Dyk, Gloria Vander Nleer, Helen Gras, Debbie Vander Zee, Barb Reinalda, Ruth Byma, Cindee Ostrander, Cindy De Jong, Diane Vander Burg, Paige Schelhaas, Lynda Yates, Connie Fikse, Nat Schnyders, Lorna Nagel, Kris Aguirre. THIRD ROW: Claudia Folsom, Kevin Le Febre, Paul Wright, Glen Hendricks, lVlark Hogan, Rick Jasper, Rick Van Duyn, Bill Vander Weide, Larry Van Otterloo, Larry Zonneveld, Jerry Stout, Jim Van Hulzen, Glenn Nleeter, Stephani Gort, Shirley Fikse, BACK ROW: Wayne Prins, Sam Bouman, Bill Mulder, Paul Dirks, Bud Rouwenhorst, Brad Streelman, Ken Kamps, Randy Halma, Dan Struiksma, Jace Overgaauw, IVlike Kalmink, Ralph Van Bruggen. Director: lVlr. Harold Clousing. Warming up. . .fall con- cert-a success. . .carol- ing in the lVlall5. . .lVlad- rigals dining in their "black and whites" . . ,looking forward to 4th hour. . .a beautiful ,Christmas con- y certain.. . isingings in various? churches. . .skipping Class to reC0rdef0f the albiim . sg otiiii .the spring. Con-'S cert was ,"wet" with i emotionogi. .thank-you for eo.. i giving your all, Nlr. ' A o Clousingr.. aggfeaiosespef- 44" formance by thefgrouepis. . Nladrigals singing f0lZ the time Debbie Vander Zee, Patty De Young, Lynda Yates, Claudia Folsom, Nancy at .3,,C,lElSS I De Young, Lorene Vande Vegte, Stephani Gort, Kris Aguirre. Bill Vander I S' ttl'l ' A ' 3 ' 'Q Weide, Sam Bouman, Paul Dirks, Paul Wright, Randy Halma, Kevin We never ' '?dd:t Le Febre, Jim Grasmeyer, Ralph Van Bruggen. rectorwe Wou n I cou n forget. . . Yflum Spunk, Pride, V.C.H.S. Band WW Ml-4 A my .ee i ,, i X 'Bbw- .32 parades and half-time shows . . .practice in soggy wet grass. . .formations. . .missing your left face on the 40 yard line. . .taking 4th place in Long Beach Western All Band Review. . .cascades for a uniform look. . .inspec- tion by Band parents. . .brushing off uniforms. . .clip, clip, clip of a scissors cutting your treasured locks of hair. . .goose-bumps passing from one body to another before competiton. . .host band in Bellflower parade. . . sweating clear through your overlay. . .concerts. . . tUVlll'lQ UD P"eCl5elY. . .SCSBOA. . .trying to remember so many things at once . . .straight files . . .straight ranks . . .straight diagonals. . .keeping in phase. . .keeping your instrument at the correct angle . . .head up. . .eyes up . . .and then worry about the song you're trying to play. . .spunk, pride. . .VCHS. . .CRUSADER BAND! American Government. . .World History. . .Geography l l j and continents . . . learning the states and their capitols . . . knowing where the major oil countries are located . . . sopho mores continue with World History . . . taking notes from the overhead projector . . . two big reports during the year . . . Davis cards . . . struggling with the Romans, Greeks, Renaissance, and lm- perialism . . . Juniors learn all about American History . . . notes . . . notes . . . notes . . . writing a two page report every Friday . . . memorizing the presi- dents in their proper order . . . Seniors finish with American Government . . . learning everything in just one semester . . . hoping you'll pass so you can grad- uate . . . memorizing the cabinet depart- ments . . . how a bill becomes a law . . . relating what has happened in the past to what is happening in the present, and will happen in the future. . . Freshmen start with geography . . . maps if .E , .M K, A X.,-A 5 F' . , I 1tZ'5':f'.-T. - .im 1 rw- r f 1? 0 Q ii.. " fi.. if 1 - J' QI., 4 E" , 'qs 7 ', f' it ffl .Xu A,.K . "'.?"' X rj -51' .-,, .. f.. .- 'G' LY'.'l?'::x'f' ' "', qw.,-'v" ' , fi - -f 4 :JSF ff ' flwffivw .Mrk -vi , gfplf --ca- .yxfxl ' . , 1. A ' aw. Lv -:- , iwgtkm V , . , f xqx . , . 5 - .. A N xx- X 'f' v . , ,, f f iu"'1A'Qx.3.f . -"?x"X ' ' - A, 1 , K mx Q ig... AN.!r1 U yi! 'NX "" - Q1-fix .w' 47.1, A fl - , ' ,A X' ififgfiq, fx X ' ,X X -' .N'i.y' " Nwg,-,ul A , -. --, f-5-,..--...-vj , ' 'X K J' 1 ' f.. 5 w. - -x A '. ::. nf A ' , V1 , 4 . A: E- 2 r ,, 5,- X .Q ' X 4.' N K - :N , , 'ft , Nfff5..,N -,,f A .K 44 Q , - - x x I ,L :VI . ,.4 . X - 4 - -- , X' ' Y 5-ss 14" P--.. . 52- 4 053' L Y .1 .- Algebra. . .Computer lVlath. . Geometry. A difficult but important subject. . .figures . . .planes. . .teachers always ready to assist . . .a subject which sets one to thinking . . . trying to induce logic . . .theorums . . .homework everyday . . .trying to do your best and getting a C . . .taking your turn on the computer. . . triangles. . .taking Computer lVlath, thinking it was easy, but finding out differently . . .making up tests. . .writing a flowchart for Problem 11 and realizing it's long, very long.. . ,.,....-1-A 17.631-1 lruf -I Us . Look at my computer math book." 1 QQSW WTQ5 ...X-. . "Ca tc h Y L t a a e r 'Y '.. :f l -1-ix-Q: Q" . -ul. ., ' . i ' --f f. Ki' - A 4 . we tt 2... g A sy ? V 3624. t. " Q f V. I E we .9 Q. two mi les . . .heavy breathing . . . blood . . .sweat . . .stamina . . .blisters . . .hills, and valleys between . . .only one mile to go . . .endurance . . .hot dry mouths . . .aching everything . . . collapsing.. .so-oo-oo tired . . .pound- ing feet. . .runing . . .running . . .and more running . . .cheers . . .tears . . . more cheers . . . Lennox Ontario Christian Whittier Christian Brethren L .A . Baptist Be l l -Jeff Lutheran OPP. V.C 41 19 33 22 15 45 21 34 21 34 15 45 15 45 VARSITY. FRONT ROW: Don Stocker, IVIike Hogan, Glen Bylsma, IVlark Hogan. SECOND ROW: Coach De Bie, Paul Wright, Kendal Kamps, Gary Hartog. new 1 I if. .lyk In -' .lf'.A4t ,f "F yr Q! Xin W' I . X 4 W. .fr ik' Ji ,fp ,ga .. ll. .Q ,. ,Y xt , Q 9 gg js 9 . .f 5. l- - 55' 1 Els? H otta Run" '3 E 2 - ses. X l , J.V. FRONT ROW: Bryan James, Gary Hiemstra, Janet James, Wilma .Pt gf 5-effus- Weening, Benny De Jong, Dennis Swaving, BACK ROW: Bob Vander Linden, Rick Jasper, Greg Olsen, John Stolk, Gorden Tiemeyer, Ted Koopmans, Tom Vander Weide. F -4 17' ' " ur 1 f X I v , .. K . , 'V Q", - f L 5' W ' W , Q sfsvzf -. A ' .. . O lfimisj af n . I - Q 3 3 6155.0 . , v I 2 Q , i ,, S R 4 . ,. 1. ., ,N M J ff' 5.1 ' - - 'qu' s -f -4 , i 5.5. Y ' ":' e ' K1 1, ' - - , ' f . gg A . ' - hi' . Sxna--'ua ,APN ' . ul, O ' N N . '. s , gh . ...ew ,. ' ' sam If , 2- I J , -'few' 5f?k.Rs'Qff ff - if L , ' " . l ,N se, fs'?"'.. . as .W . LX , , W ,t 4.53 M3 :sn f- s. ,. ,. , ef.ess.w,' , ,I .Anas ,.., fly, fs 'H' .VAL i"'.4-. un.. , K ., 3 ,m,,.,A,,,....MN ,,, 'X 7 , ,. lm -' L. , r i f . rrr . we 0 O . ,.' Q... y """ """"""""" fi 1, r ,a 3 gas J W., .,,..:, 'j g, Afro. W' Winning 21-6. . . Coach Van Hulzen. . . pracfiicirag to spend the season on the bench . . ,, . .dirt. . .hard aofix. . .elation. . . .sianding up for the kick- oii. . .trying so hard to please the coach. . . eating the dirt. . .sore muscles. . .running for your iife when the coach mad. . .Friday's game regxfiayed on Monday. . . 'gaming kicked off the for the most exciting ,zine of the year. . . . .defeat. . . - Per tie, .a fantasic X v hr O U I"I'eam v X 'mx ,.'-'-' ' .. Www V .Vw -:N 2- E L NS 2 -in Q tu h 9553 .-.X 3 s'-2 ' " it-U ff- 3-- 5 1 5 M. 252, b..-N E12 Giga, 20m VJCUA. OG .go-D 3 Nm 0215. Igm Cs:+ps ocuo -.'2"'2 ogw Eg: o '- mc: :SQ .c seh- an N:- :Nga U' E 353 3 x. LOG DME Sz'- 52" :mg 2- 44 .X Si-u .Em 53,5 5120 5 '6 avg?" we 28 :SOE ua -2 C: :gg ur-8 an '-3.520 2-mr, PCD 22 Se W ours. EPE3 S6542 eggs! fi:- 'ol- Ecmc' cuerom 'U .2 95,35 ww-1'-I Svyw gc af 45 U'-x.b 853: 5 go . ages 52-8 NT 05555 '55 ,E 02533 M ID LLCNQ: mO'- -low'-'CD :EES mom O +1.54 O:m'5 .LS -r Um ,T-EEF w'-"' ..... m.43 43s. :SUE V555 0: Dio m VA RS ., IT Y STAT S . S. SW' In er ... T u -c k C . Va n Ot te rlo o 's verh oe Ve n G Vo 9 e I R T uffe n ,Qt - A - H ,I 7, V so-1,1 l,, 1v 43 1 ,IK kk b X ,ix f fee - 'QVV . i ' f - f L f it E :N . , Q gA'h. :! vi -s' J : v U 1 . 'f ' f . 4 ' IW' Y fast Aa?-Q f- 84,4 ' V " X a 3 J , if ,JV X ' L ' IAVA , 1, ui Qrym V Y' 'fl , l' ' W-i ' L,-' ' " 'f 'Y V' - ur' Q ' , 6 , i' ifWfffi,r7,.WfL'V e 1"7f? ' 17352.63 fL3g3',i Y tmiMMMmwMmQ5HLiWw?65? s J.V. FRONT ROW: John Wiersma, Don De Grote, John Van Kooy, John Van Eck, Randy Algra, Tom Vander Dussen, Steve Brower, Evan Roelofs, Gary Hibma, Steve Haagsma. SECOND ROW: Coach Wunderly, Dennis Sybesma, Gary Boogard, Randy Wind, John Vander Nleer, Kevin Calwell. THIRD ROW: Brian Kooiman, Jeff Hibma, Gene De Young, David Sybesma, Henry Bloot, Ray Tapenes, Dennis De Kruyf, Stan Vanden Brink, John Erickson, Danny Nagel. BACK ROW: Willie Van Gessel, Dale Grasmeyer, Kevin Overgaauw, Jerry Roelofsen, Steve Spoelstra, Gene Brands, Bruce De Young, Marvin Van Bruggen, Dean Dykema, Arlen Van Vuren, De Vries. .M- . ,Y ,iw Iwi ,, if? is 5 J.V. Stats. Ann Vander Kool, Cathy Coulander, Christal De Boer, Kim Beebe. -A M- Qmrb Lennox O Cathedral 0 Ontario Christian 21 22 Whittier Christian 18 0 Brethren 6 6 L.A. Baptist 8 1,gX,,,e 6 Bel I-Jeff O Lutheran 6 Quahty Not Quanthy Third Place: A Reward for Hard Work 5 . I v- v.-...,. . ,E 1 , . SW . R' E 5 : , 'til 5 , , J .Nw cf... 1. V nm- ., fl' " grain ' K , X. VARSITY TEAM: Jim Vandergrift, Pete Vander Kooi, Paul Dirks, Roger Swaving, Brad Streelman, Steve Jacobsma, Nlark Erickson, Rob Vander Kooi, Wayne Prins, Nlr. Harold DeBie, Coach, Rising excitement as October brings anticipation of a new season. . .rugged drills and ex- ercises as November reminds all that competition will be fierce. . .repeating December drills endlessly to improve basic skills. . .learning to "think" basketball. . .January. . .sky-high spirits greet the start of league games. . .coaches preaching pride and building character. . .telling your- self again and again "l am not TIRED". ..giving 11070 every practice, every game. . .keeping your cool while on the bench. . .pushing your hardest when you do get in the game. . .February ...those long bus rides home with good friends, good talks, and solitary, unvoiced thoughts. .. realizing that you have grown in character while improving your physical abilities. . .lVlarch. . . CIF. . .the sensational San lVlarino game. . .coming to school next day with no voice but a huge smile and a pounding heart. ..feeling a closeness as individuals. . .blend talents into a united effort. . .gritting your teeth with determination to stop a determined Gahr offense. . .carrying "the blues" for several days until you finally realize that six months of effort have paid off. P5 5 ll C.I.F.-A Dream-To Reality 1 I - . , ' 1 .w,S"x 2,-Q " ' 7-25' -' .z- ' 3 X- XL - 711 x VARSITY STATS: Donna Oldenburger, Darlene Esrkes, ,,bT, N 9 Linda Wigboldy, Lorraine Boekestein, Nancy Ebey, W' A Q- ,6 V II.. 1' Pam Mulford. .7 j . ' ,' ,, ' 7' Q t L, ,, ax! ' x x Q Q, W ll C 119 4' ' 63 ' ':"'-rf' " 1 V' ' -5174 T 5 Ile! FJ T! PX' Striving to Be Varsity Material in 'B 20 IN 4 5 -- r'T W . 'J u . Q a ,L ' r f ' 'if 1 FRONT ROW: Dennis Swaving, Steve Spoolstra, Craig Van Aalsberg, Gene De Young, Dan Nagel, Gary Bakker, Jack Kimm. BACK ROW: John Erickson, Willie Van Gessel, Bruce De Young, Gene Brands, Randy Wind, Gordari I I n Scholte, Rick Reeves, Coach Boven. Z5 - 1 up! fa, P. "."'l,f -iq , ' - - S J jr ' s . --.f -i FRONT ROW: Kevin Le Febre, Jake Wiersma, Jerry Roelofsen, Kevin Busch, John Wiersma, John Van Kooi, Terry Van Dyk. BACK ROW: Coach Van Woudenberg, Greg Olsen, Dale Adema, David Spoolstra, Sam Bouman, David De Vries, Jim Van Hulzen, Steve Grow. BHS O ocHs o LHS o BJHS o VC VC VC vC .f f'-1-star tr' SQ.. Q - , X- -fs. L -. - ' -fm strength . . .success . . .breaking league records . . . .SBI-is e er, glgg 3 J seven games without a goal .scored against them . . . spouse .irgtisfg o.emnd4fsQgaf' headbaHs...fastru ed acuon...notime outs... .,.. . if ,Qu e T7-'ly , K. f.1 5 A -t.:-fee! X 'X - , . . . . tt,rr sweating on the field. . .shivering on the bench. . .ter- r j rific season. . .terrific teams . . .J .V.'s show exciting f - - promise.. .Henry Bansberg-most valuable player in the Irr League! . . .only losing once and then to the top rated team in Southern California.. .Conquering Crusaders! seases 1 'ksgiieifg gi xisaiiagifiiifi ,fi f l M' vi f t VARSITY FRONT ROW: Gerry Negen, Jace Overgaauw, Jeff Grow, Randy Jerry Stout. SECOND ROW: Coach Wind, Dean Dykema, Marlin Howes, Gary Boogaard, Don Hoekstra, Dave Bos, John Roelofson, Bob Vander Linden, BACK ROW: Rick Bansberg Glen Henricks John Bakker Henr Bansber 1 I 1 Y 9, Hogan. .. 3 Better Than Before VARSITY FRONT ROW: M. Kalmink, B. Vander Lmden H Steenwyk T Van Hofwegen J. Negen, M. Hogan, G. Terpstra, R, Van Bruggen R DeVrles J Stout BACK ROW: Coach Van Hulzen, J. Heida, D. DeVrues P Wright B Mulder R Westra., B Streelman, S. Jacobsma, M. Erickson, B Mouw Coach Van Woudenberg New Coaches: New Ideas won lou lou won lou won lou won VCHS VCHS VCHS VCHS VCHS VCHS VCHS VCHS lox won won lou won lou won lou 1 I . .Q elf i l U' , L e , I. .M u, 1 xg ' J.V, FRONT ROW: Steve Christians, Bruce Prins, John Erickson, David Althiser, Steve Van Zanen, Ken De Vries. BACK ROW: Coach Van Hulzen, Harry Wind, Barry Van -ft-4, 'il Nlersbergen, Jeff Nootenboom, Bruce De Young, John Stolk, Dean Dykema, Gordan Tiemeyer, Coach Van Woudenburg. 'D 0 A .qnlifm Wk v sq ary, mama-f ,. - X'n F, .EY , K, r , V ..' A V QM? . A - ' 4 ,. ..., .' ,,,.' V ' ' . --1 '14 .11 " VA 1 A ! 'Q'-if fs ' P. if V .+-.. . 'il' . J ' It A .4 .W -- , Q4 W4 "ng , ' ' A-In r',', ' - .' Wxw' , . V f- icuii' . I ' 'W . NA - ,.e , running sprints with a sprained ankle. . .working on the 2 mile for a whole year and never placing . . .competing in the shot put against Hercules. . . clearing the bar at six feet and hitting it with your I 1C 1' an 7, A heel. . .dropping the baton in a relay race. . .tripping' over a hurdle in the most important race of the year . . .chalking the track on Wednesday . . .Nlark Ericson breaking the school record in the high jump . . .pole vaulting when your favorite pole breaks . . .racing toward the finish line and losing. . .being forced to drag hurdles off the track. . .tripping over your shoe lace in the 440 but winning anyway. . . Gary T. and lVlark E. winning their event in the league meet. . .fun, good times and a greatly im- proved season . . . . egg-W A-X-wi. .1 q - f F? fa, rj rf if . S- 'lf ' Er QK,l'...f ., . . 3 3- -.a., x ,. tg .-' 43.-2, Q-. we 1 1 Cf I , O XX ' W -5,,krL ' . WL ' .K K 1. - M x -W ' I K KM, A , .xQ, .ww -:Q .f I .SY 2 sl he 1 kk - , ' ff. f ..T...x 1 N -,,,, 1 ,.., 1, s U. Q . .. O A s 4 p - . Q . X' ' tihfs J fi i is , .fl .1--i. .Mf-A 'N l K -'Q r ,f A f-3 .hw B24 Q , i f ei ' , . .v , n X , 3,x:f:,':! AZ., Q ml, , .V +443 T., 0 . 5- 1 1 a , X . Q Q Q X I wig Y 1 1:.iN.1d..a,,.- sf, . f J.V. BACK ROW: Evan Roelofs, Gene De Young, David Sybesrna, Kevin Colweil, Randy Algra, Steve Brouwer, Coach Boven. FRONT ROW: Don De Grote, Vernie Wieberdink, Ron Van Otterloo, John Wiersma, Kevin Busch, Dean Dykema, Ricky Reeves. I , ihf"'9 pr The Golfers Have Gusto Look at that form! ,,- -1 X Slicing the ball over the Coach-lVlr. De B ie, Paul Dirks. Willie Van Gessel, Greg Olson, Wayne Prins, Paul Wright, fence onto the freeway . . . hooking the ball into the trees . . .putting a blooper into the lake . . .missing your ball on your third swing . . .driving the ball into an innocent player's teeth. . .trying to find your ball in the bushes.. ."Four!" . . . getting up at 6 A.IVl. to play . . .Valley's newest sport prove to be a lot of fun. .. Strike Three! W , 'r'- ffm League Co-Champs i Dedicated to Dykstra AT inconvient hours. . .competing with the guys about "Who gets the gym? '. . .sweating it out 1 it O l T for a victory that receives little recogni tion . . .putting the new sweats to work . ..tipping it in for 2 points. . .reaching for the rebound . . .leaping forthe lay-ups . . .raging at the refs. . .frustrated by the freethrow . . .dribbling around defense . . .eyes open on offense . . .getting your knees skinned . . .co-champs . . .C.l . F. . . .the Ultimate in Uniforms . . .Laguna Beach-Palm Springs . . .try ing . . .Brawley Artesia. . .sighing . . . Santa lVlaria . . . crying. . .But all in all Runner Up was a great Thrill for all. . . ,4,,- F - - , f-351' v gy 1 . - ,,v.. 1 'in J' ' 45 4 'xl .X xl' ' BACK ROW: Diane Vanderburg, Barbara Reinalda, Barbara Ophorst, Nancy Vanderburg, Ann Dena Rollema. FRONT ROW: Jennifer Sneary, Linda Steenwyk, Sandy Kooistra, Darlene Eskes, Cheryl Van Duyn. Coach- lVlrS. Dykstra, BACK ROW: B. Oliver, L, Finley, T, Todd, R. Schoo, T. Hibma, T. Thorton. FRONT ROW: D. Tazelaar, N. Bomgaars, A. Vander Kooi, L. Wybenga, L. De Boer, J. Holstege. Nlanager: S. Garret. Coach-Nliss Navis. Varsity 'vlaterial RECORD Frosh 3-3 J.V. 7-3 Varsity 8-2 BACK ROW: Linda Steenwylc, Nancy Bomgaars, Cathy Piersma, Frieda De Boer, Julienne Overgaauw, Tracy Thorton. FRONT ROW: Patty De Young, Nancy VanderBurg, Sandy Verhoeven, Pam Schelhaas, Eileen Kline. Coaches- Greta Jones, Yvonne De Boer ...getting back into condition BACK ROW: Tammy Hibma, BettyAnn Oliver, Margaret Boll, Evelyn Byma, Thersa Luth. FRONT ROW: Ann Vander Kooi, Shelly Slater, Jonalee Holstege, Ruth Vander Plas, Cem lVlulford, Coach- Miss Navis. . . .hours and hours of bumps and sets. . .sweating it out for victory . . .great new coaches . . .excite- ment every second . . .reflection of determined faces off the shiny new floor. . .male referee . . .co-cham- pions of the season with Bretheren . . .laughing all the time . . .loving every minute of it, , , Nh, 0 iii' - 1-w el-r X ,. 4' 7' 3 ,U x ' , , , Q if Fi 5.3 QE 'Q 1' 'QB ' ' , P , . . , V' gift f i2fW?: Wflm Kp ix , V if Nas' IE EE! ,l:Ef Al. ' -2 if I , fi N 1 ff SXQN . 3 gf ' X! ' in l .935 , NA ig, . bi, ky. gf, I QL gt v - ' 11 If ,W,f LV 4 5 x Q W 2 J 5 ' " V 5 N - , fi Q K I I ,I s v ev 4-14 y"'P 7 'fx 'S v . pot '- Q wi X 4 XX I Xxdvg -'eds I TF. f FRONT ROW: K. Riemersma, P. Schelhaas, N. Bomgaars. L. Finley, 2ND ROW: K. Duke, C. Piersma, T. Hibma, BRD ROW: B. Vander Waal, N. Bylsma, T. Thorton, R. Vander Plas. Coach- Greta Jones. Games twice a week... expensive errors . . .breaking a gym window and all you get is a home run. . .frosh on varsity . . .sluggin' towards C.l.F .... fastest pitcher in the League . . .a catcher with . . .this is Valley Pride.. . doing it for Dykstra. . .wiping out all the teams in,the league . . .laughing , loving, but still learning. . . . Q 'X .Q 1 at .7 re... - . , f fe.. A if. su. 4. U Y i .. ....,imF: '.,g'.' ,Lf " - 1- -ri... ef 'T'.'T"' -w4bnui..,. ,. ... :.Q....aZ.'-'IWf+:'i..'i4a-si. r-'im ts ui if- guts. . .great defense infield and outfield. . .perfect record Record-Breaking Trackers -ev-.... . . I N mv.. 7-- M--- 1 FRONT ROW: K. Riemersma, K. Duke, R. Vander Plas, D. Eskes 2ND ROW: J. Holstege, K. Kievet, M. Koopmans, T Thorton, 3RD ROW: R. Schoo, J. Rabideaux, C. Piersma, 4TH ROW: B. Ophorst, Coach-Nliss Navis. The season has started but so has the rain . . .new track shoes but tougher com- petition . . .setting new school records . . . broad jumps at 15 feet. . .determined to be the first one to cross the finish line. . . rounding the bend on your last lap. . .using your last burst of energy when you need it most. 1 is xjaa U4 3 xx dog: xx fa iv ,-x'W234' 66 ...M nv- Xu 66 CQIIIMUB S Y xii X X MQ fi is X dim ' 3 N 'xvslww , .,f, 21. Xbqxk .Uk 5 ,iR"?'lQ 'J'-Q A ,g:QKsswgg3'Q3- in tx fa-54+-.Qwz x - X W., SX. . x, X. . wiiew Pfrsg ff' -fffiufz, X gbfxvbi Na -K K .lx S XX, .,5,,g,, . . 2 Yzfigfffgxp Xfv Y.. Ig.-gf 'vky-Egfqlhg A 00 Q A 31... , f, xv?-igzlsi xf... P X fciiwi gb, e X ?5I41P5gQX'1AffR5' 'V N v vb N xx 'Q W' N sy? wgwna ,. N, Y. x A A ,5,kfQ.g,,X - 5-fx ,R Qxxjgglix-.-5-,fxgy 2 -X -. ps-3, 2 - f :fa S. A x Q 5. KR X N'i'lWf?wfj1 .g,Q.R5,-X1 - Q :Xxx EQ. Axpfgg -X -4 f "en " ,- F .Xi 'E N. 09, The Crusader Staff "We do not remember days, we remember moments." I hope that with this yearbook you may remember some of the special moments at Valley Christian High School during the 1974-75 school year. lVlr. Neerhof, I thank you for all the help you gave, Carl, for the outstanding effort on pictures, and Diane, for coming to work when I needed you, and to the entire staff, thank you, for a great year. Finally, to the students and faculty- . "Cherish yesterday . . . dream tomorrow . . . love today . . ." Offlfafl. Nancy De Young Editor-in-Chief wwf 4. FIRST ROW: Nancy De Young, Mr. Neerhof. SECOND ROW:Debbie Wind, Tom Hommes, Diane Sybesma, David Hasper, Sandi Van Dyk, Carl Leck, Nancy Vander Burg, Charlie Byma, Patty De Young, Donna Oldenburger. THIRD ROW: Janet Van Dyk, Nancy Ebey, Lynda Yates, Ralph Van Bruggen, Lorene Vande Vegte, Rich De Vries, Frieda De Boer, Mark Hogan Eileen Kline, Nellie Visser. If You Wait for Perfect Condihons, You Will Never GetAnyHung Done Ecc. 11:4 Deadlines . . . new camera equipment . . . brilliant ideas put to use . . . "Corn and Cluck for over a Buck" . . . car washes . . . painting our office blue . . . writing copy . . . getting ads . . . pictures and more pictures . . . new croppers . . .work . . . late hours . . . loving school so much we come back after it's over to finish the annual . . . an effort of which we are proud . . . creating a memory for others to share . . . EditorrNancy De Young Copy Editor-Sandi Van Dyk Layout Editor-Diane Sybesma Sports Editor-Ralph Van Bruggen Photo Editor-Rich De Vries Business Editor-Debbie Wind Advisor-lVlr. Neerhof ' J 4 . 81 0li' .t?ft Wne.BruQgen i R ' i1 ilrf . . theifrninutes are V TWIRP Week . . . ,,Homecr6Fnlngffi. . . arranging special days . . . "" all school candg sale oes anyone have any ideas? . NIIXE . Talent . . . trying to el ln please the student body . . selecting movies . . ..,f. E,ollow lVle, Boys" . . the meeting is . . . Student Council , Ralph Van Bruggen, President, Joyce Kruid Jim Grasmeyer, Treasurer, Sharon Vander Plas, Secretary W. Van Gessel, K. De Vries, K, De Boer, S. Verhoeven, L. Steenwyk, P. Schelhaas, N. Bomgaars, L. Vander Wall, R. Vander Kool, K. Beebe, J. Overgaauw, M. Mulder, R. De Vries, D. Sybesma, N. De Young, K. Aguirre, T. Koopmans, A. Faber, R, Van Bruggen, S, Vander Plas, J. Grasmeyer, J. Kruid. The Gazette Staff ALWD 'lm sl-. Em E v t Kyiv' 'S f 4' Y--W.. f , ' .Serv FRONT ROW: J. Roelofson, C. Leck, NI. Hogan. SECOND ROW: Pam Mulford, Co-Editor, W. Enkhorn, D. Vanderburg, D. Vander Zee, L. Nagel, A. Rollema. ,fm V ..-,b-,. , 5 X x 4 . '1 X THIRD ROW: Sally Kuipers, Co-Editor, L. Van Hofwegen, Y. Vander Molen, X 11 rife . ' ' A, fin E. Young, R. Byma, J. James, Miss Schuil, Advisor. 'X vsfv -. tif 'fx .Tv 4' - ff Sb f' Co-editors . . . a new artist . . . getting your articles done . . . the push and rush to get the next issue out . . . crooked headings . . . uneven columns . . . being cen- sored . . . Snoop and Blabber . . . editorials which make a point . . . rebuttals . . . doing a good job . . .trying to find a typist . . . running them off . . . searching for a good heading . . . a funny article . . . a serious article . . . coming outwith a good paper . . . squeezing a sports article out of John R . . . finding a new ads manager . . . and more ads . . . keeping your ears open for news . . . creating a calendar . . . being housed in a box with a table and a file cabinet. . . glue . . .liquid paper . . creating the Crusader Gazette F Tutors FRONT ROW: Marlene Mulder, Janet James, Renae Jasper, Nancy De Young, Nellie Visser. BACK ROW: Lorna Nagel, Steve Nyenhuis, Mary Mulder, Diane Vander Linden, Deanne Vander Wall, Mr, Stan Cole, Carolyn Hartman. Cramming into the Nlulder's car on Wednesday afternoons . . . greeted by a number of little Black kids when you arrive at the L.A. Christian Reformed Church . . . the Christmas party . . . teaching kids to read week after week . . . racking your brain to come up with new ideas . . . disapproving of Thomas' idea . . . all in all a rewarding exper- ience . . . Nance's Do-Nuts membership of 6 females becomin an ex ert at selling donuts 9 D resisting the temptation of eating a luscious donut . . . going on a diet until the next donut sale getting out of Bible 10 min- uteslearly . . . paying off the com- puter . . . learning to count change raising prices . yielding tothe temptation . .'.'dollar lady thick and rich and chocolate thatlyou can't resist . . . not buying just one but two . . . Mr. Nance and Renea and Mel and Sandi and Claudia and Janet and Sharon ,fer L. Chapel Accompanists Who's turn is it? . . . choosing the hymns . . .the girls who help try to get music in Amens and intro's . . . girls who have found time to help . . . practicing at home. . . being nervous the first time . . . missing a note . . . being asked to play again after the chapel . . . sneaking out the side door . . . new songs . . . trying not to play too fast for those enthusiastic singers . . . Jesu Joy of lVlan's Desiring . . . being needed but not appreciated . . . Patty De Young, Nancy De Young, Sandi Van Dyk, Eileen Klein, Ruth Byma P h o t o Mr. Bruxvoort, G. Tiemeyer, D. Gekler, B. De Jong, K. Struiksma, C, Byma, D, Snapper, N. Brassel, D. Sybesma. Honor Society Visits Sea World San Diego! Paying 52.0.0 dues . . .arrivging in San Diego for a day of fun . . . petting. the dolphins . . .getting soaked byfShamu - . . . watching the pearl divers . . . - . learning how dolphins are trained . . . starfish and seaweed from the tidal pools . . . smorgasbord for supper . . . an ed- . -k . ' . .- ucational and enjoyable day for all. A . Q-,Nj . 'wnffi -is 1 , . Q . 4 Lo gr.-N. X ' br . , l s X E X 0 ' ,A ' , F' Y I,.f. r S - g' Qi., K' " 7g'.'f x ,l . .ti jf, 5-' J .-..-5" 1'- . Q V fs.. f gear I6 g " ar I' '61 r. f' , 'fflgfa L M re V l ren , "av . . 4 ,Z r- 'fl 'A I. . ' r 'fl o f, i K ig ' 1 R s N F, ' , , SX' t uf f .ft V' . Q tw . Zi ' gig, V." Y f 4 L 4, r 1 .ll Y A., . l i .Y Kyl, . x W - 1 uh, , : fr- +si"4-raw .V - QM: b A V. . V ! lux fl ,, : pe My NHPF?-'- H .em i-?':f.1'4" r f V ' Fefaare'-'few W A Wwnse is . f r'.:' A+ e - - f:+ 'J - f , 4?,5i,, Z.?gjQ'a7 - fl- Lllb Ei':'..'3U"f'i..e,. so - 1-.. .-wif-3' A ' ' "QU, " g1 v s 4-0' M, Daehn, R. De Vries, N. Visser, J. Kruid, J. Van Dyk, D. Van Eck, N. De Young, Treasurer, R, Byma, R. Van Bruggen, Secretary, C. De Jong, S. Vander Plas, President, B. Vander Der Wiede, S. Van Dyk, Vice-Presi dent, E. Horjus, Nl. Howes, L. Boekestein, N. Ebey, D. Hasper, D, Wind, M. Mulder, C. Piersma, N. Brassell, L. Vande Vegte, G. De Jong, E. Klein, P. Nlulford, E. Dekker, K. Althiser, is X rs Q35 5 The Rowdyrooters fi 6 +---'ff The Pep Club ' J www asfxwxgggfv 'uf' 'wanna -3' x X i X W x 1 D HE STUDS" The Varsity Club The G.A.A. Club .lug X. , 1 14 . :gf ,,....,..--F I 9' W 4 A ,L 1-riff. r iNW"""" 24, - xx ' . ig K.LL, ....- ,Q .Ml . ie .POL :Ju A NJ' ,N f A X . f -X 5 S A . .. .. . . Y fx - 1 D ' 5 ,Q -. A ' A 1 4.1 ff- 'f fjdfff-f f-Xf-"--af "ff-.,..., . XM 1 w- Q "W6aX' Q A ,. . ,. W Mb, . K, U K4 K, , .V . K Lk iq, ' .gg K,-gff Qi, - f ,, A , A ' ' '- -- A rx. . -A . - ff "2,xLx.' '- ., , . . H, '. Y. N' :fi-5 1 N ,h kim 4, Yxrgwk 2 " , ,, pf' i ' 'lL,, W .,lk ., I 5 I F '1 .LP . N, .-if S I ,- X W-,W . ,N .,,,,- . 3 f P Q A . 'mix- -. - ......- .A.. M w ,......... ..-..,-.1, ,... , . . ' .. 3 , . 1 - 4 . .1 v Yi! Y v I u 1 1 ,gl J i., Arm' 1. :3 "" 'V - '-CS -, . .. ' . X . if X1 I'- RaI'1!Rah! Rah-Rahs vivacious and exuberant. .bursting with Valley Pride everyday of the week... "We're the Crusaders Almighty, workin' all day and all nighty! " . . .creating spirit on the field and in the gym . . .Go . . .Fight. . .Let's Win! . . .prac- ticing for competion . . .shouting until you're hoarse . . .working hard with pride and dedication ...painting signs . . ."lVIaroon and Gold . .Hey team you're bold! " . . .pep rallies . . .spirit jug . . . old stunts . . .new stunts . . .jumping for joy when Valley scores . . .a smile on your face and pride JOYCE Kruid-Head Lorene Vande Vegte Sharon Vander Plas I. rusllii in your heart, in victory or defeat. . .G-R-E-A-T! tl' J.V. CHEERLEADERS: Ruth Vander Plas, Juliene Overgaauw, Nancy Bomgaars, Judy Broekema, Dianne Vander Nlolen, Head. w Kris Aguirre up .Q1 Band Parents and Boosters Club 'Rift for X K ni , ' W.- '25 N II'I possible of he " C .H .S , bl WM Lu if Spirited group of men rooting for V.C .H .S. . . .selling cushions for games . . .supporters of athletic activities . . .wearing their maroon and gold Booster jackets. . .giving an annual bar-b-que with all the trimmings.. .responsi ble for the Letterman's Banquet. . .putting forth a great effort to provide the much needed support . . . Q-5 .4 lVlother's Club The women who have given so much time, effort, and energy to make Valley better for all of us . . .typewriters , black out drapes... movie camera, and helping the Seniors with grad night. . . paper drives, Harvest Festival, rummage sales, and other money- making projects . . . decorating booths for the Harvest Festival . . .a fashion show with Winnie the Pooh... mm, luncheons . . .hot fi fi 5' -is k lunches...movies and Q s so speakers . . .the si lent e auction ggbeilng effl- tertaine yt e e e- Mrs. Nlarcus, Mrs. Zastrow, Pres. mentary Classes . D . Thank You! for all your support and Christian concern . Coming Together on Tuesday and Thursda Y Changes this year...reviving the song service . . .new ideas . . .more student partici- pation and talent. . .skits . . .surfing film . . . lVlodern lVledia projects . . .lVlovie on death . . . "tho I Walk Through the Valley". . .David Cassidy's film . . .weight lifting . . .Johnny Cash and the "Gospel Road"...Rev. Ribbons and his tape . . .Bretheren Choir. . .Valley's A Cappella Choir . . . Sermons . . .Very inter- esting...farewell chapel by Rev. Knowles . . .the changes were good . . . K N xi' ' 5 l 3 v , . it Q .,4,, M. 1. 1 E ll Q ' 5 2 :fl 1 f H' V F il 4 ,, f 1 -t 5 ,, ,L . , 1. li ,.. 5 3. Q. f i ip. i as , s i l , f I l f l l l l l i -1 , i',xw,J lm fa weve-awww fi all ,Q X V5 P 'u .. ,-1.-.---l ,,,,......----- ,-4 x wg, 55, '24 6 '-. ' h .4 as By' ovies. . .Choirs . .lVlixer.. Special Assemblies lVlixer. . .V.C.H.S. . . .pillovvfights. . .get acquainted . . . "sign my T-shirt" . . . San Bernardino Ch0il'...LV tt' ttVll as egasen er ainmen a a ey . . . 1 "Those Daring Young lVlen in Their Flying lVlachines" . . . an assembly on alchoholism . . . "How The West Was Won" . . . Bugs Bunny . . . Road Runner . . . "Follow lVle Boys" . . . a break from the everyday F routine . . 0 it was truly entertainment . . . ,W . x I ll K l V lg' H if 4 'la Q' 'fl L ' X Y 1 i S . I 3 'T' vf mv? J - . . ' m l . . g Sag it - E I 1' as tQ's xl.-41, T i Q 4 s 1 ix 'a s i X gh I Y ' ,-L .W nf I ' 'fg T --55, ...g fe- ,XS H, x ll! ff,-X ' 'i Q' ' W H- - J " f 41 '-, ff! fi, , Af: mmf:-'U"n ' -. 'Af ,aff ,, f45'g Q, m,f.g, - . Q, 'S yeh, I Q X h . , . 1,,f, X. Q ' N.. WWW' 1 - ,.!-ora f 1 xr 'S M I Div' ,if, , , - .. Ol 1 1. .E gy ffm YM 1 io ,1 I. Qgnns ,, r . gk . S lax wma fe M- N- ' , , M af ,Q 3 5 X ei - 1 fc .H J NN x wwf- . ,, -fv 'MA ' 'y x' ,W .. Uv SpiritWeek It . . .lVlonday. . .Liddle Hawold Clousing holds it up for the sophomores . . .going back to childhood . . .Tuesday . . .hats and sunglasses. . .big hats.. .Wednesday . . .inside, outside, back wards...Ann Dena.. .feeling stupid...daring do to it-Ralph... Thursday . . .cowboys . . .Indians . . .gunfights . . .hitching your horse to your locker. . .cap guns. . .fastest gun at Valley . . . Friday . . .maroon . . .gold . . .spirit . . .getting involved . . .fun . .. laughter. . .excitement . . .pep ralley. . .baby princesses . . . beauty pageant-Steve S .... competition . . .sophomores win . . , SPIRIT . . .PRIDE . . .VCHS . . . Q E iofxv-wx' 4' U PA C' 'M 'v 4 f' ' 4: we , I ' x 4 5' 5 Q4 25516 44 I , affix 5 E. ' .gm . F5 , I5 Q , ' ' N es-'ev .. '- 5 Ski NA' N f , v 4 3 B' 55513 LA: I ,X5, env I typ yll' ix" 45: Z 63 , ,E t A ax Qf+.Qv..- F -5: - 4 :Q .4-is 'ffm yn . ' IQ EEA' Kg 'Ef f A 59 yy . J-as ik" Q5 ' K Q? ,i A f I 1. 4 lx V I 1 m:'g,'Qvs4S'WFggp- e .' M , : 'AIA .,, V X N ' awk ,E Ah The Defeated SENIOR PRINCESS Connie Fikse Escort: Paul Dirks SOPHOIVIORE PRINCESS Pam Schelhaas Escort: Steve Scheenstra The Queen Her Court HOIVIECOIVIING QUEEN Sharon Vander Plas Escort: IVIark Erickson E , . ,C Tw, Rag.. JUNIOR PRINCESS Shirley Fikse xf Fig f ii I Escort: Pete Vander Kooi FRESHIVIAN PRINCESS Ann Vander Kooi Escort: Jim Barbor fc-'rl H H Giving Thanks for All Things t i . .tgsgg fd i ' X ' 1 NR.-' N - 1 -H .4 3 K V, ff 'C ' si tan ' " i 4, P X.. s Outside. . .chilly fall day. . .gathering on the football field . . .counting your blessings . . .adding feathers to the turkey which say what you are thankful for. . .Christian schools . . .parents. . .Bible . . .homes . . .brothers . . .sisters . . .churches . . .ministers . . .Jesus Christ. . .singing songs . . .getting out earlier than usual. . .being thankful. Inside . . .IVlodern lVledia presentation . . .slides and tapes. . .John Denver "Rocky Nlountain High". . .very in- teresting . . .thought provoking . . .What are you thankful for? . . .old people's home . . .Grandma . . .Grandpa. . .Cancer p . . . g g p . . . y looking forward to a four day vacation and pumpkin pie with all the trimmings. - Q i 4 s n X , o u .ii-.1--1 atients reco nizin Ral h's voice earl dismissal... Alime to Reioice 1. Fl! . . .a spirit of joy and happi- ness . . .New Life Church. . . sparkling sounds from A Cappella. . ."Away In A Manger . . .sharing our joy with family and friends . . .beautiful lighting and background . . .bril lant con- clusion bythe high school band . . ."HalleIujah" . . .cele- graging the Son . . .T hank-You o . . . What Are You Going to Be? Friday IVlay 9 . . .a break in the routine . . . figuring out our schedule . . .kids actually running to class! . . .Watching "IVIoods of Surfing" four times . . .cramming 80 kids into a classroom to hear the Paramedics . . .having your eardrums blown out with gospel rock. . .a hasty lunch and it's back to the seminars . . . fashion designers . . .bike riders . . .army cap- tains . . .scuba divers . . .brain surgeons . . . architects . . .an entire day packed with new experiences, interesting people, numerous career choices and learning. Who says school can t be fun? alle ' -. , . -ar .Q . . L Yf' S ' 1 .F1 Xi . -s 'S ' igegzw. i i' ss- QE - K 57553 ' A-"f',Lf,f1.... 1-." t . vm. , ., .SW - ,V , 1 ..'.. A,-,rd 73, ... x. :J,.fy-yfq'g1g,,.e - -f - -. - .- -e-,,.--- 1 ,Q , .,, ,:....z.. ., ff? - 1 2j?i.f?'i 5 f 3 3, YQ. """Y" ' 'ft ' " 'i .-ZH'-'F 711 r. .. ' K , md , , ,.r.. -.f 4, ,. - , -w 1 K. ga., - ft, ri. .Jim V, .. W g . . - - mg. "ft . 1. ' lbw A .5-sw .. 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This is where all roles be'Eweenf'tl D nd girl etlrgeversedcomplletely . fStarting Monday no earlier than 8:00 a.m.fl:hegirlSfwilil havetlile righitsssto ask any available male for a date . Rules are as follows: D. . .girls have tolconlstruct a sign to be put on the male of her choice on that day to show that he is her property for that day and night. ..-I-ciwgsgmust be made a minimum of 5" by 5" with the name clearly visible AT ALL l . A . . .girls may ask only one guy for each night. i .. .no asking ,can be donesbefore 8200 am llllonday morning. . . .guys must say yes or suffer. , .. .therewill be no acts of chivalry done by any male lsuch as opening doors, picking up pencils, etc.J D Fr On UESDAY1there will be as HUSH DAY for GIRLS 'S A ,. . .girls are not allowed to talkstoianyi guys without a ticket lthis excludes teachersl . . ,tickets must be given to that particular male being talked to ' . . .tickets last for only one conversation tickets will be collected and counted for a lVlr. Irresistible! at the endfof the day any violations will be takenrtothe Kangeroo Court On THURSDAY there will be HUSH DAY for GUYS. S . . .guys are not allowed to talkto any girls without a ticket Cthis also excludes teachersl. . . .tickets must be given to that particular female being talked to at the time . , , ,ticketslastonly one conversation A T . . .tickets 'will becollected and counted for a Miss Irresistible! . . .anyviolations will be taken to the Kangeroo Court ' MTlCKETS for HUSH day will be sold 2 for 56 before school, at break time, and during lunch in front of the Chapel. Committee members plus the Kangeroo Court will be on the look-out for any ,vi,o,latjpnsgof anyfkindftno excusesJ all week. use 9f'kThe Kangeroo Courtis new and revised and ENFORCED with as 15 members presiding . FRIDAY is a CAS,UALs.DAY. Please dress g...gFg'dowfi.f,' case comes before the g t S, You have been warned S. 1 Il Ill W "The Skin of Our Teeth" 5 s I i i - s i e. Henry, you must keep that scar covered up . . ."Did you milk the lVIammoth?" . . .stage frigh . . . opening night jitters. . .lVlr. and Nlrs. Antrobus-a charming couple . . .Henry CCain7 and Gladys. . .no one showing up on time. . .Do vve have to kiss? . . .the daffy dinosaur and those crazy conveeners. . .IVI . Cole l just can't get into this! . . .practicing for 25 'S months, but it's over in four big days. . .getting e zapped by Esmerelda. . .memorizing lines but sneaking one last look in the blue book. . .Wednesday matinee . . .IVls. Fitzpatrick yelling at Stephani . . .Nlike H ibma's "outstanding" midriff. . .adlibbing . . .the dis- appearing rope trick. . .greasepaint. . .putting mascara and eyeliner on the guys . . .and after all that work, making it by "The skin of our Teeth". 'W L.l...x-r Tryouts . . . practice , practice , practice . . .laughter t f 1 y A xx -5 .gy R 1 l .tbie , at E -ee ss-x.:-as - .eggs E, K. by ., MK N. How's the whole crooked family?" w1Lotn5 YES!! OFWRM I t t handing up your chairs?" "WilI you p ease s ar rf,-Q a., "Stephani, we must play this scene' i - an fl "the tomato is edib 110 W . . .X ex ec t le. H . tag.. S e f Zeiss' Q .l eff! I, Flfzfl lf' 'Y TOWI THEATEP -Qs "Enjoy yourselves!" .gf ...Miss Fairweather "...one thing I lack...I'd like to see a whale." I' Ai-----. ,z Take a look at that wheeI" "...your partner's deceiving you." 111 is . f'P',5Qfg A i Q wk f , 'wclay' "1g1i1g-K . 'V - M-,ng ,, gfr.:f,,1., ,C R 2 yg .. ga I Q 3 'W . r f f Qffgf? ' -Ee:r3i,fg.g , iff -Miz 5 . ii A jg . 4.3. x. .W :HN 1 fa- , ' f ,I X , . , F K . y wfa,:g.,,,.., lggq V ,Q Q. L N-P' X . N 545 x fm Ms f I K ,L .51 v . N2 U z:,:A-Eg-,.3f.,H BE , ff A as 4. , Speech and Music Festival . . .Being the host school for San Jose, Ripon, Ontario, and Redlands . . .nerves, nerves, and more nerves . . .being utterly en- grossed in a piece of music. . .nothing but you and your instrument. . .fingers flying... humerous speech . . .Valley awarded superior after superior. . .all our talents a gift from God. . .asking His blessing upon us and re- ceiving it in the best performance ever. . . ,A A ,. .,,.,,. The proud director and his accompanist. ,Q-Aff! f Scholarship . . . . . . lighting candles . . . pouncing extra-hard on the squeaky floor board . . . pins . . . certificates . . . reciting our creed . . . Willie the Worm . . . speeches on scholarship . . . yea, Sandi . . . service . . . rah, Joyce . . . character by a real character, lVlel D. . . I leadership . . . Ralph, alright hair catchin on fire g punch . . .cake . . .coffee . . peanuts . . . the beaming faces of proud parents and teachers . . . rewarding the brightest and best . . . .Z Scholastic Arts Banquet Nlaster of Ceremonies IVleIanie's solo Receiving the certificate of achievement bi Nw Dr, Chase The Proud Parents ez- 'F' Q 1 .3 N5 E fi I ifx A Night 'Q A Night In Jungle Paradise. . .a black sheet cave. . .bats and flourescent lights. . .hours of hard work. . .sore fingers and aching muscles creating a time to remember. . .a gracious towering moun- tain. ..the peak in our lives.. .a steep grass bridge leading to a cool cr Stal-blue mountain Y Y pool. . .graceful palm fronds . . .everyone involved in a true class effort. . .d im spotlights . . .rush- ing elephants and still giraffes beneath a yellow moon. ..a ferocious gorilla, colorful parakeets . . .native bamboo huts...delicious hot meal with homemade biscuits. . .munching on the center- pieces . . .laughing lVlistress of Ceremonies-Nancy . . .John the suave lVlaster. . .a unique senior awards ceremony. . .a short, great concert by lVlark and Jerry . . .then off to Hollywood . . .creating a memory to last a lifetime. J -- Mistress and Master of Ceremony-Nancy Ebey and John . ' Roelofson. - f 116 ,. ,f X A14 Q mul et S Senior IVIother's Tea ii ix :EH H Senior NIother's Tea. . .a chance for seniors to honor their mothers . . .Carnation cor- sages . . .sponsored by the sophomore class . . .tea, cake, and peanuts . . .entertainment . . . informal chit-chat. . .awards given to special mothers. . . IVIrs. Brink, outstanding mother of the year and well deserved . . . meeting together. . .one of the last times . Nlrs Van Otterloo mother of the class clown fx Nga 3 CLAJX Ba l l l 'fl .ll 7-1fi.": , . I -K 'ffl ' 5'- XJ. . 4 X 4 Y The Basketball Team -- 'Rh , - , -:,?"i2lijqfwj l ' fx. . Q I I ft ,ll mill ,fx ' 51 f ,Q-, , s ' N .f' 'YJ -M ' " W if J 'T 4 gt. ' : I :V . " , in 1: 9 if A 4' QV f . - f wk - hi ss N ...ell 3 - ' F. ,F T 1:22 y ,K '7 i ' i- 4' I N,jll??fiPg'l,3, ' J., Y I-it . ',1lA,g,J , . . '--Pb:--: 'N' 1 l , -Tx.. .,,. Q , ,lil t 'P+ Y A Ann Dena Rollema Co-most valuable player- Basketball Dianne Vander Burg Most valuable player- Volleyball Barb Reinalda . Co-most valuable player Basketball Softball Sharon Vander Plas Co-most valuable player Softball E 1 T Y. X lg .- ' l Qi' ' 'Q " l ' . Q N -1 1 l lj,-l l' rbi nque it K gf Outstanding Senior Athlete Barb Reinalda Ji . f s 5 X H, , ,. +3 , F '. 'S z 1 X' 'x l ' S X , 51 ' ,. as X 'I Ll I aff: a 1 The Softball Team V1 l if-I l .l Q ll El The Volleyball Team Knott's Berry Farm. . .a delicious chicken dinner. . .a night that was a perfect ending to a terrific season . . .awards, awards, awards. . .Barb Reinalda "hauling" in the trophies. . .no surprise-Barb's the outstanding Senior athlete . . .tears, as the Seniors leave . . . 119 The Letterman's Banquet: Q X' XS 1 Q IX MVP-Football MVP-Cross Country HOWIE STEENWYK KEN KAMPS MVP-Soccer MVP-Olympic League ROGER SWAVING HENRY BANSBERG MVP-Basketball AT., H A A if A 'Arn 'Te' Q 4 V , A gif? T N Q 3 T, M, ,A A f ff ' f""'19 il R. kg! lN'Ul.-N219 Y, I ' , R - 1 ' f NW A gif? 211 21251-?Z:N f -:fa 'fi f"'iws :1i1HAI!1: H1 Qli'i?PQiT3 5v- ,s af- 1.4 , , .N . M A, A M14......f 1 f 'fini ga'-x I ' 4 'Q J mil fx- ,Mill . Q- ,S A 1. Ebfrifgxgg' 6 If, 5 . ' - ' Aw gif ::11::: xg f--- , YH- f rix - Vflyeglg-ls M1 " ' Y ' . H " 4 ' A , ""' 12 Ay, A Xi-,fflfkx fix Wwfm 2 1 " Y fa: ' 4' S I ff - R ' ' MA 75 , Ox f A A ,xx g an, ' 553' ,,g:,-13, ' J 1 1" -fff 1 f 1,1 . 1' IVIVP-Baseball Co-MVP-Track BILL VAN DER WIEDE MARK ERICKSON BRAD STREELMAN L Valley's Hall of Fame X. f XR t A A Le f 9 X A A Doug Vande Vegte Award Outstanding Senior Athlete DAN STRUIKSMA JERRY STOUT -41 or S- NPR' Scholastic Athlete Award Appreciation Award RALPH VAN BRUGGEN DIRK SMID xii 'J , A f dy-L The Talent Show: Short but Sweet i i i l l l ey 'QQW - E 1 ,r fn ' ' , 1 rf Q" Q' L I Q f A ., .Sri N- elif' -' ,L , A4 ,mt A W , e 4. 4' ,4 , .5 A - , 3 t:e- E . f ,,.f . Jr , Q - - f -- I A People proving they have some tal- ent. . .Nlr. Cole sips his cider. . . Who's on First by Stout and Van Bruggen . . .frustrating us as well as themselves . . .tutors have more than just one talent. . .Little Rabbit Foo Foo hopping through the forest. . . the Grasmeyer brothers do it on the drums. . .lVlaking a fool of yourself just to make someone else laugh . . . getting the nerve to do it. . .chicken- ing out in the last minutes. . .Senior CThe way we werel. . .movie like a ghost from the past. . .wanting to crawl in a hole to hide. ..Gloria V.lVl .'s movie making talents and the show to be finished . . . S Pep Rallies Promote Spirit i as often as possible there were pep rallies . . .arousing enthusiasm and excitement for the night's game. . . competition between the classes. . . uncontrollable laughter . . .struggling for the spirit jug . . .hilarious skits and devilish pranks...hoarse voices . . .degrading the opposition . . .cheer- leaders . . .humilation . . .pride . . .reason to be proud . . . Insane Rah, Rah! A.S.B. Elections V i , 4 .qY X24 1- f, K lff. A,,, . I fl -11 K " 2 K aw ,.kW Ig ff' , 2 Q i,ll, Wil' ' ff Posters and stickers all over school . . .campaign managers. . .making speeches to get the vote. . .getting put down for having the guts to do it. . . the campaigning kazoo players. . .vote for me boys. . .getting entertained by Dena's Duo. . .Roelofson gets rowdy . . .the final outcome of all this rig-ama- roll. . .lVlarlene lVlulder-President. . .Frieda De Boer-Vice President. . . Sandy Verhoeven-Secretary . . .Dave De Vries-Treasure . .aft Awards. . . Awards. . . Awards exist: L. -r f 1 . V I John Philip Sousa Band Award- Dan Struiksma Joyce Kruid National Merit Scholarship Commendation- Sandi Van Dyk Nellie Visser Valedictorian-Sharon Vander Plas Salutatorian-Sandi Van Dyk Bank of America Winners- Nlusic-Jim Grasmeyer Social Studies-Janet Van Dyk g English-Sandi Van Dyk Lab Science-Bill Vander Weide lVlath-Ken Althiser Business-Nlel Daehn Runathon Awards-lVlost laps by Bob Vander A Linden Women Sports Magazine Award-Barb Reinalda Crusader Awards- Mel Daehn Nancy De Young lVlarlene lVlulder Eileen Kline Sandi Van Dyk Crusader Dedication to lVlr. Bruxvoort by Nancy De Young l .......l Fun! Fun! Fun! Waking up very early Saturday morning . . .finally making it through the security check. . .all aboard the PSA flight to San Francisco.. .a thrilling gimp bus ride leading up and down the streets of San Francisco. . .walking through the Japanese Tea Garden saying, "Ah so, ancient Japanese Pago- dal". . .Fisherman's Wharf. . .ice cream at Ghirardelli Square . . .trolley cars . . .dinner at Al ioto's . . .the balloon man . . .Hara Krishna . . . stumbling back to the buses, tired and happy . . . landing at Los Angelos International Airport. .. "Did Jim really fly the plane?" . . .the bus ride back to school. . .thinking about a wonderful day, and a memory that will last a life time. ,nwkgkkzfa JW' X J' ' K 1 .s . If others are happy, be happy with them. If they are sad, share their sorrow. Romans 12:15 l.-. ,, Em, If I The Graduating El Dorado Park Community Church.. . "Pomp and Circumstance" . . .shaking flowers. . .royal blue robes and light blue collars. . .escorted by Sandy Verhoeven and Pete Vander Kooi . . .climbing the steps to the choir loft. . ."Praise Ye the Lord". . ."lViy Eternal King". . .Salutation by Sandi. . .Valediction by Sharon . . . the Commencement address by Dr. William Spoelhof, President of Calvin College. . .presentation of the class by lVlr. Keuning . . .shaking hands . . . receiving diplomas and Bibles. . . donation of class memorial by Rich. .. moving tassels. . .the last gathering of the Class of '75 . . .recessional . . .re- ceving line. . .and off to Grad Nite at Disneyland . . . H X: if K f . Q bi. "4 Q 1 1,2 5 y uf il K il , Q -. ' '- t A " N ' VALEDICTORIAN SA LUTATORIAN Sharon Vander Plas Sandi Van Dyk Q Class of 1975 W' 'am oeho E if"- f 1 Xb + I ff Y 'X I pea How I long to see you again. How happy I would I I I befor I remember a yourtears as we left B each other. II Timothy 1:4 WT! I Senior Poll Winners Shyest guy and girl Arnold De Jong and Elizabeth Young 1 Contributed the Most Best Dressed Guy ' Rich De Vries Rick Meuw Handsome Guy and Prettiest Girl Dan Struiksma and Nellie Visser Best Dressed Girl Patti Bekedam HCR. Am., , 2-tux Best Guy Athlete and Girl Athlete Jerry Stout and Barb Reinalda Most likely to Succeed Personamy Plus Ken Altheiser Lynda Yates l 'ff -- Class Clown Most Talented Larry Van Otterloo Jim Grasmeyer Sandi Van Dyk Biggest Flirt JJ IN lllllll W l'wHX!Xkl!!l!l1Q5515 HHN - 4---Q L .,.a 5 1 I QQ K ' , . . . 1 Junior High Administration Big had eighth graders. . .scared seventh graders . . .rowdy . . .girls being taller than the boys. . .having more than one teacher. . .learning your locker combination . . .teachers who care . . .skating parties . . .lVlr. Sheets supervising it all. . .detentions . . . dressing out for p.e .... Nlrs. Nydam- always ready to help. . .anticipating the years to come . . . Mrs. Nydam i 1 g 0 ff' 8 i .f", .. ' X 5 Wg, B Mr. Sheets S NK' E I 1-f-L fs' ' ' i f' ' ' or .V ' ,l " Q ' A yr- if Mr. Boerigter ad D, ,, 9' " -. 4 mn Mr. Van Woudenberg Mrs. Slegers.. 'fr Mrs. Roelofs Mr. Wunderly Y' 'M "' 9- fumfw YL. -w Mrs. Holstege M Mr. Slager Mrs. Clevering Mrs. Tiemens Eighth Grade Eighth Grade 134 'Aff ,O O I FRONT ROW: Darrel Huizenga, Arthur Vander Vis, David Grow, Harold Lanting, James Feddema, James Bos, Tom Schaafsma. SECOND ROW: Toni Doornbos, Kathy Nagel, Nancy Frauken, Rhonda Scheenstra, Marlene Kline, Jackie Rollema, Teresa De Jong, Betty Cagigas. BACK ROW: Pete Hiemstra, Dennis Groen, Leslie Mulder, Brad Verhoeven, Bruce Brandsma, Mike Bultsma, Joel Vig, Mrs. Tiemens. M I M , A W A .,, , I QP-"-' FRONT ROW: Glen Mathis, Todd Cooper, Dick Piersma, Mark Lambooy, William Acevedo. SECOND ROW: Joyce Goedhart, Wendy Fry, Beth Oldenburger, Debbie Cole, Ruth Spoelstra, Debbie De Leeuw Peggy Solsma. BACK ROW: Jeanette Wiersma, Suzanne Shaffer, Jerry De Yager, Mark Koolmees, Ivan Zwart, Joel Enkhorn, Lori Kamps, Mark Van't Hul, Lisa Haringa, Lauri Gritters. i'i"""' A A "T fl I A. 1 4 I N 'X . FRONT ROW: Marvin Salie, Bryan Fey, Horatio Nunez, John Weening. SECOND ROW: Ricky Vandenberg, Jeff Brouwer, George Broekema, Joel Eskes. THIRD ROW: Susan Haagsma, DeAnn Giancaspro, Debbie Dykstra, Connie Van Otterloo, Tammy Miller, Beverly Hommes, Elaine Heimstra, Brenda Kooiman, Johanna Vander Meer. BACK ROW: Deanna Wiemar, Toni Van Waveren, Anita Doornbos, Sherrie Reitsma, Virginia Rodriquez, Rosanne Lemus, Marianne Brakband, Mrs. Roelofs. FRONT ROW: Tim Ellis, Randy Luth, Danny Van Hofwegen, Kevin Recker. SECOND ROW: Janel Kroeze, Janielle Oliver, Shari Wilson, Diane Houtsma, Rashelle Mouw, Paula Dekker, Debra Hancock, Barbara Hague. BACK ROW: George Tapanes, Ron Bousema, David De Poorter, Scott Van Steenwyk, Jackie Wray, Dawn M. Dykema, Kathy Vermilion. Eighth Grade Eighth Grade 135 Seventh Grade Seventh Grade 136 FRONT ROW: David Enkhorn, Danny Bruinsma, Kenneth Bansberg, Kevin Wigboldy, Dale Struiksma James Roelofsen. SECOND ROW: Carl Hibma, Teri Rolen, Brenda Simons, Karla Recker, Sandra Lanting, Lisa Doty, Marlene Van't Land, Edward Horjus, Kenneth Van Kalsbeck. BACK ROW: Laura Vander Linden, Lee Anne Nootenboom, Diane King, Betty Ann Vogel, Patricia Tye, Cynthia'Bakker, Elizabeth Dragt, Cheryl Bos, Mrs. Holstege, Vicki Grasman. FRONT ROW: Bill Prewett, Dale Van Vuuren, Duane James, Jason Kiel, Mark Van Hoepen, John Fuqua, Kent Broersma, Arie Vander Weide. SECOND ROW: Jack De Boer, Eileen Visser, Ruth Wiersma, Carol Byma, Susan De Young, Melba Nunez, Kelly Short, Jeanette Bansberg, Sandy Sybesma, Arnie Attema, John Gras. BACK ROW: Mrs. Clevering, Sharon Hoppel, Stacy Rodgers, Pam Den Daulk, Carol Spoelstra, Connie Walker, Debbie Slegers, Anita Horjus, Diane Koper, Susie Bomgaars. In W I 1 S S Seve hath Vjyfcfr G d e , lfbu, I of. 'un FRONT ROW: Jerry Van Meeteren, John Acevedo, Steven Kantzen, Jamie Baker, Chris Bruce, Ken Vander Meer. SECOND ROW: Edwin Goedhart, Bill Bishop, Jeff Adams, Gene Hiemstra, Rod Struiksma, Darin Bultsma, David Vcelik, Mim Mulford, Michelle Lawrence. BACK ROW: Mrs. Slegers, Cindy Busman, Holly Frerking, Cindy Rens, Linda Gritters, Karen Verhoff, Ronetta Klassen, Terri Offinga, Clarina Wind, Nancy Bothof. 1 T l Seventh Grade , .,. .. ,..H . ., ..-... s A.-, -. 4 --.. FRONT ROW: Jim Hogan, Eric Goedhart, Jim Zoeteway, Scott Haagsma, Chris Noth, Terry Brandsma, David Snapper, Corry Meyer. SECOND ROW: Cindy Van Essen, Leslie Bultsma, Jamie Kline, Carolyn Le Febre, Richard Rietveld, Bruce Eggink, Marla Corbin, Susan Vander Plas, Debbie Bates, Mark Swain. BACK ROW: Robert Balkema, Eric Lussier, Trudy Assink, Martin Bloot, Rodney Schelhaas, Rhonda Jacobsma, David Pollard, Lisa Koldenhoven, Robert De Kruyf, Mr. Van Woudenberg. 137 Eighth Grade J l V ' 1 5 'K -wr Q, , xv , 4 Taking a big step to start a new part of your life . . . tripping over your new long dress to receive your diploma. . .a feeling of maturity as you walk down the aisle in your new suit .. .sitting down with a sigh of relief after you've re- ceived your diploma. . .a night when your father and mother are very proud of you . . .a reception after- wards prepared especially for you . . .the long-awaited liegginning of high school i e . . . Graduation J. Life at V.C.J.H ' ., ', - " - ' " 1' -A "W :'.,.,'N..q-4 qua, vtusn.g..L gym r5,.,., M ,. ,. , 1' q925i-Q 'E WX J 'X al 1 il Q 1 Elementary Administration K , Dr. Norman De Jong Principal T '1- as if -X I Reading, riting, and 'rithmetic. . .helping build strong minds and bodies every way they can . . .Artesia . . .never a dull moment . . .helping the hurt stop hurting . . .new techniques for learning . . .Bel lflower. . . changing curriculum. ..making and molding young ideas . . .competition . . .putting out that extra effort. . .a new face . . .Dr. Norman De Jong, principal. . .improvements . . .lVlrs. Steenwyk forms a good basis for music . . .smiles . . .What would we do without you lVlrs. De Wyn? . . .bending over backwards. . .an upgraded and all-around better library with Nlrs. Sybesma. . .a special thanks to all those who wave helped to make our Christian School something to be proud of. . . Mrs. Marilyn Sybesma Librarian Mrs. Catherine De Wyn Secretary Mrs. Fern Steenwyk Music Teacher Sixth Grade Sixth Grade 144 FRONT ROW: Peter Van de Witte, Kelvin Struiksma, Lloyd Knevelbaard, Jimmy Nieuwstraten, Colleen Overgaauw, Susan Vanderberg, Elizabeth Van Hoepen, Tammy Van Otterloo, Ileana Martin, Susan Hiemstra, SECOND ROW: Mrs. Pelham, Gordon Vanderelst, Monika Tilney, Ricky Cnossen, Debbie Fey, Debbie Vander Ham, Brenda Van Essen. BACK ROW: Pete Horjus, Karla Van Dyk, Russell De Kruyf, Michael Foster, Gary Flietstra, Gary Gosliga, Kim Kimm, Jill Van Waverin, Brenda Zwart. rel 1 FRONT ROW: Patti Van Kalsbeck, Donavan Talsma, Sharon Bothof, Joni Wigboldy, Jackie Kline Thelene Vander Meer, David Scholten, Kent Vander Meulen, Jeff Vander Haar, Laura Mouw. SECOND ROW: Valerie Vande Vegte, Janis Tiemeyer, Clara Piersma, Laura Tazelaar, Phillip Templeman, Debbie Elgersma, Jerry Lambooy, Randy Bouman, Dawn Van Weerthuizen, Mr. Nydam. BACK ROW: David Markus, Brian De Jong, Greg Vandergrift, John Doornbos, Richard Hiemstra, Pam Klein, Sheri Van Aalsburg, Becky Hilarides, Shari Van Hofwegen. 5 ' Q i FRONT ROW: Loreen Le Febre, Brenda Schenk, Roxanne McFadden, Kim Koopman, Linda Offringa, Lynette Zonnefeld, Rhonda Rienstra. SECOND ROW: Mr. Fennema, Lisa Nyenhuis, Gary Mulder, Andy Cooper, Vickie Vander Meulen, Jake Vander Vis, Rick Olson, David Zoetewey, John Van Vliet, Steve Steenwyk. BACK ROW: Bernie Andringa, Darlene Kline, Michelle De Jong, David Van Dyk, Patti Schelhaas, Cindy Groen, Jane Vander Molen, Jeanine Brands. rio, 'il A i FRONT ROW: John De Vries, Brad Bekendam, Randy De Weerd, Bob Bishop, Tonja Veltman, Marcie Van Holland, Kim De Young, Lorie Burinsma. SECOND ROW: Mr. De Haan, Beth Simons, Randy Reitsma, David Walhof, Kip Wieberdink, Donna De Yager, Cheryl Attema, Mary Postma, Yvonne Abma, Donna Brandsma. BACK ROW: Ted De Groot, Charles De Kruyf, James Bylsma, David Van Essen, Harold Grown, Mike Hannenburg, Geraldine Vander Vis, Susy Gort, Shellie Sybesma. Fifth- Sixth Grade Fifth Grade 145 FHth Grade Fourth Grade 146 A I sash L.-., L Efsz FRONT ROW: Ricky Vallejo, Janna Vandergrift, Barb Overgaauw, Lisa Recker, Kay Vos, Nancy Vander Elst, Keith Houstsma, Larry Bos, Vincent Johnson, Michael Klassen. SECOND ROW: Cathi De Vries, Kim Kredit, Susan Veltman, Dianne Tazelaar, Kari Anderson, Ronald Mathis, Kim Henson, Gilbert Huizenga, Carlene Balkema, Donald Van Der Linden, Carolyn Kooistra. BACK ROW: Mr. Wind, Liz Kooiman, Cindy De Young, Kelli Sybesma, Teri Van Noord, Jerry Vogel, Nick Brakband, Marty Doorbos, Dwayne Struiksma, Mike Struiksma. Q ,Af 1 . it wi f-gr F FRONT ROW: Bonnie Kooiman, Margie Hiemstra, Leanne Gritters, Sonia Koldenhoven, Brenda Sybesma, Burt Dirkse, Richard Horjus, Henry Wind. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Steenwyk, Tom Staal, Glenn Van Wyck, Jeff Anema, Mary Hilarides, Kristi Scholten, Judi Laninga, Charlene Dekker, Mike Vander Ploeg. BACK ROW: Brian Pollema, Holly Eggink, Randy Brouwer, Ty Hogue, Alisha Gosliga, Troy Riemersma, Sharla Solsma, Susan Vanderburg. " 4 su-. ..- ' A " , ? 4 , rr? 71 J ' ' 5 :Janis nl t . x 9,9 J ' 1 ,,,.,..y . ,1 , " l ,Q 5 r A l ,ga A ,F af -Q. -'in K, , .",. E ,A , 1 A A J- ,',, J: TVUMA ,.--4, aqui: I ' i., af -'gff . f. ,. .W 5,11 iQ X FRONT ROW: Mike Kline, Walter Vander Vis, Richie Roodzant, David Brower, Gerda Weening Colleen Mestas. SECOND ROW:Joanne Nieuwstraten, Jeff Frederickson, Sheryl Bakker, Debbie Vallejo, Ruth Ramak, Kevin Kooiman, Lisa Segaar, Alisa Zastrow, BACK ROW: Dennis Vogel, Janet Hamming, Sam Fey, Rocky Mouw, Julie Brouwer, Mike Oliver, Carolyn Rietveld, Cindy Cnossen, Carmen Cole, Mrs. Bol. NOT PICTURED: Lisa Struiksma I l FRONT ROW: C. J. Den Dulk, Darla Wind, Deanna Grow, Brenda De Boer, Jim Tanis, Wendy Vander Vis, Linda Veltman. SECOND ROW: Robin Talsma, Allen Klein, Jill Markus, Gary Vanden Berg, John Scheenstra, Rhonda Swain, Lane Broersma, Darren Snapper. BACK ROW: Robert Van Duyn, Oscar Sanchez, Peter Bos, Brian De Vries, Mary Beth Brown, Suzanne Dragt, Lisa Elgersma, Vicki Hoekstra, Mary Mouw, Mrs. Wright. FourH1 Grade Fourth Grade 147 Life Holds Many Blessings, Large Or Small. . We Can't Begin to Count Them All .,...f g QQ Happy Are the Peacemakers. . . Children of God Matthew 5:9 1-yu 9 '-f Third Grade Third Grade 150 FRONT ROW: Dianne Wigboldy, Cindy Van Weerthuizen, Robby Snapper, Tracy Kellison, Paige Kredit, Shelly Swain, Randy Bultsma, Joanie Broersma. SECOND ROW: Todd Vander Ham, Elsa Groen, Cindy Dirkse, Marsha Wright, Wendy Van Waveren, Sandee Van Aalsburg, Linda Vanderwal, Rachelle Rienstra, Doug Schenk, Janet Mulder. BACK ROW: Jake Hiemstra, Albert Andringa, Scott Riemersma, Danny Van Duyn, Jeff Bosma, Chris Dekker, Mike De Jong, Eddie De Boer, Doug Boerigter, Amy De Jong, Mrs. Kathy Mulder. an L gm is-is i vi ir WP FRONT ROW: Darren Zonnefeld, Jim Walhof, Jill Van Otterloo, Jayne Van Hofwegen, Jacob Vander Vies, Dick Recker, John Piersma, Belkis Nunez. SECOND ROW: Orlando Morfa, Kim Mesman, Angie Lambooy, Jeff King, Lisa Quackenboss, Bradley Driesen, Stanley De Boer, Karen Dykstra, Rodney Attema, Mrs. Hammingh. BACK ROW: Becky Bekendam, Debbie Scheenstra, Martha Stolk, Darrel Fey, Maureen Miller, Christine Groot, Lori De Vris, Sidney Boersma, David Bom. A ffl QQ, 'J .sl 4 FRONT ROW: Martin Peteison, Annemarie Nakhla, Arlene Van Hoepen, Janet Hiemstra, George Vander Witte, Cathy Vander Ploeg, Deborah Terpstra. SECOND ROW: Mary Bothof, John Vander Elst, Martha Mulder, Yvonne Koopmans, Arlene Kooistra, Kara Hoeksema, Keith Van Dyk. BACK ROW: Lori Van Wyck, DeAnn Doornbos, Sandra Dykema, Sharla Van Hofwegen, Curt De Groot, Cheryl Cnossen, Danny DeKruyf, Paul Vellema, Trever Bonnema, Mrs. Boertje. lv-fa. .LA , FRONT ROW: Kirk Templeman, Julie Hammingh, Julie Stuit, Douglas De Vries, Raymond Wind, Edwin Kornoelje, Renee Bommelje. MIDDLE ROW: Lisa Vos, Judy Boerigter, Connie Harrell, Gary Overgaauw, Jeffrey Struiksma, Pamela Van Diest, Debbie Tazelaar. BACK ROW: Cheryl Eskes, Lynda Vander Haar, Randy Zuidema, Kent Houtsma, Leah Tolsma, Tami Huizenga, Christine Shaffer, Carrie den Dulk, Eric Boer, Mrs. Feddema. Second Grade Second Grade 151 First Grade First Grade 152 J if K S v 1 ,I YK., r ' . T, di FRONT ROW: Richard Vande Vegte, Ronald Vande Vegte, Debra Vander Plas, Brent Vandenberg, Damaris Arencibia, Cathy Roodzant, SECOND ROW: Mark Lane, Stacy Knevelbaard, Michelle Bos, Jeffrey Boersma, Gordon Hardhaugh, Lisa Van Hofwegen, Jeff Van Den Berg, Mrs. Corbin. THIRD ROW: Richard Ramak, Jeffrey Stoub, David Nieuwstraten, Ericka Johnson, Leslie Dykstra, Lavonne Balkema, Randy Anema, Eric De Haan. BACK ROW: Richard Bom, Kristina Collins, Kimberly Recker, Alan Mulder, Kristina Hokinson, Tammie Heinsma, Raydell Klassen, Lisa Brugma. FRONT ROW: Keri Dellinger, Mark Henson, David Tanis, Brian Mulder, Joyce Simons, Sharon Wigboldy. SECOND ROW: Kristen Ramacco, Tammy Hemphill, Mike Zoeteway, Sandra Vandervval, Sherri Webb, Wes Nance, Doug Zrvart. THIRD ROW: John Kortenhoven, Krista Scholten, Pam Roodzant, Natalie Vegter, Tammy Groot, Kim Duimstra, Brent Bultsma. BACK ROW: Joel Nagel, Laura Hogue, Jeff Hogan, Nancy Van Dyk, John Vander Ploeg, Shelly De Young, Julie Keuning, Eric Hoekstra, Mrs. Aasen. NOT PICTURED: Sherri Marie Jensen, John Bos, Sandi Wiersma. FRONT ROW: Michelle Zylstra, Jimmy Dekker, Melissa Vande Brake, Mary Ann Vanderburg, Shelly Wakefield, Susan Segaar, Karen Bos. SECOND ROW: Leslie Smith, Michelle Van Hofwegen, Susan Bosma, Marlene Bos, Shelly Jobaay, Robert Koopmans, Chad Vander Meulen, Kevin Kline, Jeffrey Westra. BACK ROW: Miss Vander Sys, Ruby Richards, Glenn Struiksma, John Roersma, Kimberly Klein, Patricia Reitsma, Mark Vander Sys, Corinna De Young, Kurt Dykstra, Denise Rodenhuis. er f--.- - QL, -4 F, -33: it flip. FRONT ROW: Kim Hoogeveen, David Beukelman, Simon Mestas, Lisa Nahkla, Timmy Fennema, Randy Talsma. SECOND ROW: Debbie Salisbury, Scott Zastrow, Steven Kortenhoeven, Lonnie Perkins, Steven Petersen, Ty Lougee, Tracy Hood, John Elgersma. BACK ROW: Miss Vander Sys, Darrin Mesman, Brian Dykstra, Michael Mulder, Lisa Hammingh, Rory Ellis, Rhonda Haagsma, Jon Quackenboss, Cheri Stuit. Alw. 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Yr... :ee-nf -.n- ..--,em..-.--- - - V BELLFLOWER TRAVEL SERVICE 17125 Bellflower Blvd. Bellflower, California Phone: 12135 866-9785 Owners: August Sonsma George Keulen Congratulations to the graduating CLASS OF 1975 17416 Pioneer Blvd. Artesia, Calif. 90701 UN 5-9 548 If 1 Vqgil sl Y J' ,I 7 I f r l U I E A I Q , , ,F a tr --I 'R wvbuw riywy E 5 ' - l I , 'l . . ,.-mm, gg- r hm L.. , .xl 5 M umlwmm mllvlwfmlmMlnln.l.,.... I ...E Congratulations to the Class of 19 75 16411-12 Bellflower Blvd. 9334 E. Alondra Blvd. 866-8211 161 ONE 42131 865-0284 FREE DELI BELLFLOWER GOSPEL GIFT Ed 81 Jean Miersma 17440 Bellflower Blvd. "'Complete Supplies itFo1' Church, 1fSchool, and BOOK SHOP P116ne: 866-3810 i'H0me- RELIABLE MAINTENANCE SUPPLY COMPANY Suppliers of Dick Wood Building Vice President Nlaintence 19034 S. Pioneer, Cerritos CA 90701 and Janitor Supplies Bus. 865-7946 17141 523-3623 George Brink S 8: I CHEVROLET Phone: 42135 924-1676 New 81 Used C7145 523-2991 11900 E. South Cars Sl Trucks CGIIIEOS, Ca. "lf satisfied tel 9844 .fee 866-1610 AUTO RENTAL ALDUGA CORP. GILBERT BOEKESTEIN GENERAL CONTRACTOR H.c. B-1-147192 HOOD VENDING SERVICE CComplete Line! Wayne Hood 5033 Rachel Ave. 867-3083 Lakewood, CA 90713 24 Hour Service PRlSClLLA'S HAIR FASHIONS STYLING-TINTING-COLD WAVES Closed Sunday-lVlonday Phone: 865-3049 Between Arteisa Blvd. 81 South Street 18530 S. Pioneer Arteisa CA 90701 GREATER CENTRAL NURSERY I others--if not tell us." E. Artesia Blvd. Bellflower, California 90706 Farmers Insurance- Group GARY BROERSMA. Agent 11636 Arrrzsm BLVD.. ARTBSIA. CAI... Orfrlcz 865-0284 Illllli ' vztzazf' 18417 Horst Ave. Artesia, California Phone: 865-3058 S No unda Ca s Y lT0 RADIATOR 81 AIR CONDITI 634-4970 Industrial 84 Automotive "lf you can't hold your water see ONING CENTER 634-4974 Bill" Bill De Jong 2015 E. 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Woodruff Ave. Lakewood, California 867-6614 Soft Drinks VAN'S DRIVE-IN DAIRY LIGTENBERG REALTY 153 62 Bellflower Blvd. Bellflower, California 9070 6 866-3738 To the Class of '75 Congratulations You have reached a landmark in your lives. Through these former years we as parents have tried to lead and guide you. We have made decisions for you and have tried to give you a good Christian foundation for your lives. Now as you leave your childhood behind and enter your lives as adults lean heavily on our Lord for your courage and decisions. llllr. and lVlrs lVlr. and lV.rs Nr. and lVrs Nr. and lVrs lVr. and lVrs lVr. and Nlrs lV.r. and lVlrs Nr. and lllrs lVlr. and lVrs lVlr. and lllrs Gordon Bakker Klaas Bansberg Willard Brink G. J . Broersma Jacob Byma Clarence De Vries Alvin De Young Gerrit J . Reinalda W. G. Vanderburg Keith Yates GREATER CENTRAL MARKET 17308 Bellflower Blvd. Bellflower, California To the Parents ofthe Class of 1975 We, the following students, would like to show our appreciation to our parents by saying thank you" for the many gifts you have given us through the year of understanding, patience, guidence allowing us to enjoy Christian fellowship with others, and for going to Valley Christian High School Diane Sybesma Nellie Visser Janet Van Dyk Nancy De Young Barb Reinalda Sandi Van Dyk Steve Nyenhuis Rich De Vries Debbie Vander Zee Ruth Byma Kris Aguirre Robert Wood Janet James Jim Grasmeyer Jeff Grow Diane Vanderberg CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '75 art wilson Pnornmmruv 11985 E. Firestone Blvd. ,ll Norwalk, California 90650 864-2063 We hope to be of service to you in the future- WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS FAMILY PORTRAITS BABY PORTRAITS BUSINESS PORTRAITS PASSPORT 8 I.D. THANK YOU 8. CHRISTMAS CARDS FRAMES 4 , 2 '15 'fir' Q F in x' ,gg " TYR A' .' . .. 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