Valley Christian High School - Crusader Yearbook (Cerritos, CA)
- Class of 1981
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This year the announcing of the prin-
cesses was done a little differently. They
were announced at the Ontario game, the
Friday before Powder Puff. But that didn't
stop the game from being a great success.
Along with the teams and coaches, were
the scratching of faces and the kicking and
pushing of opposite teammates. Many
people thought the underclassmen would
win because they had more strength. BUT
the Seniors showed them who had the
power. With a score of I2-0, the class of
'8l' is now the only undefeated class Val-
ley has had since Powder Puff started in
TOP: "Would you care to come over here and say that?" ABOVE: Dava
Miller being pursued by relentless defense. CENTER: When Randy Bouman
talks everyone listens. RIGHT: "We're number I!"
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Escort: Dan Rudolph Escort: Ted De Groot
Sophomore Princess: Bonnie Kooiman Freshman Princess: Cyndie Van Weerthuizen
Escort: Brian Pollema Escort: Randy Bultsma
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November 14, 1980 was quite an exciting night for Lin-
da, Carol, Trish, Bonnie and Cyndie: it was the night Valley
held its Homecoming.
This year's theme was "The Wonderful World of Disney"
with people dressing up in Mickey and Minnie costumes. To
help emphasize the theme each class spent long nights
working on their floats. Winning the float competition were
the Juniors with "Winnie the Pooh".
As the crowd grew tense with excitement, the envelope
was opened. Miss Linda Prins, escorted by Pete Horjus, was
announced 1980 Homecoming Queen.
To finish the night off, fireworks were shot off in honor of
all the special events that night including a victory over
Western Christian 27-6.
TOP: The Homecoming Court. RIGHT: Donavan Talsma, Master of
Ceremonies, presided over the ceremonies.
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The Class Of l98l
Class Color: Light Blue
Give to the world the best
you have, and the best
will come back to you.
Light Blue Tea Rose
Shepherd Me, Lord
DANA M. ANDRU KIMBERLY A, BARTII SHARON M. BOTHOI
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TRIZASURIZRZ CLARA PIIQRSMAQ SICCRIQTARY: RIIONDA RIIZNSTRAQ l'RliSlDliN'I': .lliANlNli BRANDS: Vlfli PRIQSIDIQNT:
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Class Verse: Proverbs 3:5 84 6
"Trust in the Lord with all your heurt. Never rely on what you think you know
Remember the Lord in everything you do, und he will show you the right wuyf
RANDALL M. BOUMAN ,lliANINli B. BRANDS DAVID A. BUSH
"Shepherd Me, Lordw
by: Gershon Kingsley
Lord, watch over me.
Shepherd Me, Lord.
Lord, let me lie down
Shepherd Me, Lord.
YVONNE C. CAPPS
Dlilililli K, FEY
RICHARD A. CNOSSEN
JOHN M, DOORNBOS
GARY D. IALIETSTRA
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CYNTHIA K. GROIQN
DAVID W. GRIEPSMA
CAROL L. HAMILTON STEPHEN M. HIESSON
SCOTT H, HENRICKSEN
.IIQIIREY R. IIALE
Lord, Iet me be free.
Shepherd Me, Lord
Lord, make me a crown
Shepherd Me, Lord.
MICIIAH. D. JOHNSON
RICHARD A. HIEMSTRA PIZTIQR Ii. IIORJUS
Shepherd Me, Lord.
Oh, Shepherd Me, Lord
.IAMIQS T. IIUTCH ISON
PAMlil.A G. Kl.lilN
KIM B. KIMM
BRENDA K. KOLDI'2NIIOVIiN
.IACQUIZLINIE A, KLINI2
WILLIAM G. LAMBOOY
And when I walk
in darkness and fear
And when I walk
in darkness and fear
LORIQTTA M, LANINGA ROGER LOVETT
KIMBERLY A. KOOPMAN
Lend me your staff
Shepherd, Oh Lord
Shepherd, Oh Lord
Let me know you are here.
LAURA F. MOUW
DAVID J. MARKUS
JONATHAN M. MARKOVICI-I LANCE P. MERRILL
LINDA K. OFFRINGA
TIMOTHY J. N ELSON
JENNIFER R. O'NEILL
LORETTA D. OH LS
MICHELE M. PATTERSON LINDA B. PRINS
CLARA I. PIERSMA
COLLEEN J. OVERGAAUW
Lord, set me a table,
Shepherd Me, Lord
Oh, Shepherd Me, Lord
DAN A. RUDOLPH
PAMELA J. PROCTOR RHONDA R, RIENSTRA
Lord, sweeten my day.
Shepherd Me, Lord.
Oh, Shepherd Me, Lord.
GERLYS M. ROSALES
LISA A. SANTIAGO
STIEPHANIIE Y. SAKODA
DAVID I.. SCIIOLTIQN
PATTI A. SCHELHAAS
STEVEN G. SIMPSON
Lord, as long I am able
Shepherd Me, Lord
Shepherd Me, Lord
Lord, show me the way.
Shepherd Me, Lord.
CAMERON SKILL DOUGLAS Ii. SLUSIIIQR
MELANIE S. SHAW
Shepherd Me, Lord. Oh,
Shepherd Me, Lord!
MARGARET IZ. STONE
CEDRIC IT. SMOOTS
TERRY I.. SMlTII STEVEN STEENWYK
DONAVAN R. TALSMA
Klil.VIN R. STRUIKSMA
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This year the class of 1981 decided to
be different. They put on two plays in
the same night under the direction of
Mr. Cole and student directors, Linda
Offringa and Margaret Stone. "In the
Suds" and "The lmaginary lnvalidn
were a big success. There was a lot of
late night practices and hard work in
preparing for the play but there were
also many laughs both during practices
and in the final performances.
UPPER RIGHT: A Loving Family! CENTER:
Roger Lovett pulling his wife, Debbie Fey, into
the tub. ABOVE: Debbie Fey, Roger Lovett and
Susan Valentine having a family discussion.
ACROSS: "You are a very sick man!"
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UPPER LEFT: Linda Prins getting a loving hug from Donald Whitney.
UPPER RIGHT: "Oh! I broke my foot." says .leanine Brands as John Van
Vlict watches. ABOVE: John Van Vliet being cuddled by his wife, Laura
Mouw. ACROSS: Dawn Van Weerthuizen biting her daddy, John Van Vliet.
Directed Byg Mr. Stanley Cole
Student Directors: Linda Offringa
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"THE IMAGINARY lNVALlD,'
ARGAN, the invalid
BELINE, Argan's wife
ANGELICA, Argan's daughter
CLEANTE, in love with Angelica
LOUISON, Argan's younger daughter
MADAM DIAFOIRUS, friend of Argan
THOMAS DIAFOIRUS, young doctor
BERALDE, Argan's sister
DR. PURGON, Argan's physician
John Van Vliet
Dawn Van Weethuizen
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UPPER LEFT: The M.C., Tracy Baltzer, welcomes the seniors and their mothers
on behalf of the Sophomores. ABOVE: Mrs. Doornbos tries not to show the pain
as her son .lohn prieks her with a corsage pin. UPPER RIGHT: Seniors mothers
get to know each other before the tea begins. LOWER RIGHT: Seniors and their
mothers patiently await for more punch to be served.
A mother is a very special person. Often times they
don't get the recognition they deserve. That's why the
Sophomore class puts on a tea for the Senior Mothers.
It'sjust a way to say thank-you. Miss Tracie Baltzer was
the Mistress of Ceremonies and the theme chosen was
"Treasured Memories." The entertainment featured a
skit by a few members of the Sophomore Class. Shellie
Mabry sang two songs and Eddie Keller played on the
french horn. Following the entertainment was the an-
nouncement ofthe Senior Poll awards.
J unior-Senior Banquet
" Memories of Dixieland" was the theme the Juniors used for
the Jr.-Sr. Banquet this year. Everyone dressed for the occasion
in off the shoulder, hooped dresses and tuxedos. M.C.'s for the
evening were Jeff Rabideaux and Susie Gort. The program began
with the Dixieland Band which brought back the atmosphere of
the Old South. A skit was given by the Sophomores called
"You're a Good Man Charlie Brown". A slide show was also
presented of the "Best of Times". To end the evening, awards
which provided many laughs, were given to the Seniors.
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no, there's a l'ly in the punch!" UPPER LEFT: Everyone
showed up dressed for the Southern theme. ABOVE: The
Dixieland Band brings back the atmosphere ofthe Old
South. LOWER LEFT: The guys discuss the evening to
come before they part their separate ways.
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ofthe evening, UPPER RIGHT: Kim Kimm accepts her "award" to become an
official Mafia member. LOWER LEFT: Vickic Kuvelus playing 'l,ucy', and
Henry Wind playing 'Linus', entertain the audience with a cutting of "You'rc xi
Good Man Charlie Brownf ABOVE: Our single Senior girls enjoy each others
company at a table all their own.
It all began when the seniors had to drag
themselves out of bed at 4:30 in the morn-
ing to make it to school by 5:20 to board
the buses. With half of them going to On-
tario Airport and the other half going to
Los Angeles Airport, it was an excited
bunch that boarded the PSA flights to San
Francisco. Arriving within minutes ofeach
other at San Francisco airport, everyone
piled on to buses for a tour around the city.
Alter the tour, everyone got to go on their
own. Some of them went to Fisherman's
Wharf, while others went to Pier 47 and
still others took cable cars and toured the
city. In the end, it was a tired bunch of
seniors who came back to Valley Christian
full of memories from a wonderful day.
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TOP RIGHT: A giggly bunch of senior girls still
full of energy after an exciting day at San
lfraneiseo. MIDDLE LEFT: Boarding the PSA.
the seniors leave Ontario Airport ready for a busy
day. MIDDLE RIGHT: Dave Markus catches up
on his sleep, preparing for a late night ahead.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Mountains and clouds
provided a majestic setting for the short flight to
TOP l,l-il-'T: William, Jon, John. :ind Cameron enjoy hiking the streets
ol' Friseo. TOP RIGHT: .leainine Brands, Lnuru Mouw, :ind Dnwn Vnn
Weerthuizen enjoy themselves :ts the plnne lenves Ontnrio Airport.
BOTTOM LEFT: A rowdy bunch ot' seniors cheer nfter "painting the
town red!" BOTTOM RIGHT: A view of the Golden Cizite Bridge
through the eyes ol' the seniors.
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derclst were enjoying the boats at Fisherman's
Wharf. TOP RIGHT: Fascinuted with the
neat stores at Fisherman's Wharf, Loretta
Ohls and Colleen Ovcrgauw shopped from
store to store. BOTTOM RIGHT: Lynette
Finley and Brenda Van Essen sit down and
rest, impressed with the beautiful view of the
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This year's Senior Chapel was also
the last chapel of the year. While
everyone walked in, Rhonda Rien-
stra, on the piano, played the Senior
class song, "Shepherd Me, Lord".
Then to start off the chapel, a poem
was read with many to follow. All
the speakers had the same thought in
mind, "You're not in high school for-
ever, so have fun while it lasts". And
to end it just right, the Seniors led
the underclassmen in the Alma Mat-
ABOVE: Rhonda Rienstra participates in the Senior Chapel
by providing music. TOP LEFT: The Seniors stand to sing
the Alma Mater for the last time with the entire student
body. LEFT: Jeanine Brands speaks to the student body
about commitment to God.
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The big night had finally come for the Seniors.
Junior escorts, Barb Overgaauw and Perry Kross-
chell, led the Seniors into the church with the mu-
sic of "Pomp and Circumstancef' The Accappella
Choir sang the Senior class song, 'sShepherd Me,
Lord". Rhonda Rienstra, Valedictorian, addressed
the assembled group. Speaker for the evening, Rev.
Bernard Pekelder, read a letter which he had writ-
ten to the Senior class. After the graduates re-
ceived their diplomas, Jeanine Brands presented
the class memorial. The graduates then filed out of
the church and were congratulated by friends and
ABOVE: The graduates occupy the
loft at Eldorado Park Church.
RIGHT: Barb Ovcrgaauw and Per-
ry Krosschell prepare to escort the
graduates into the church.
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as friends and relatives congratulate the graduates.
TOP LEFT: Co- Salutatorians, Linda Offringa and
Cindy Groen, pose for our photographer. MIDDLE
RIGHT: Excited graduates file out ofthe church,
ready to face a new life. MIDDLE LEFT:
Valedietorian, Rhonda Ricnstra, speaks on behalf of
the graduates. LEFT: Rev. Pekelder. the speaker of
the evening, reads a letter to the graduates.
Class Clowns Cutest Couple Best Dressed
Kim Klmm Carol Hamllton Janna Vander Molen
1m Hutchison John Doornbos Robert Voldasc
Cutest Smile Best Athletes
Thelene Vander Meer Clara Piersma
Gordon Vanderclst Steve Steenwyk
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Best Looking Biggest Flirts
Rhonda Rienstra Jackie Kline
John Doornbos Ron Versteeg
Not Pictured: Most Likely To Succeed: Jeanine Brands, Terry Smith
Most Shyg Pam Klein, Tim Nelson
Best Personalityg Joni Wigboldy, Steve Simpson
The Harvest Festival celebrated it's twenty-first anniversary
this year on October 10, 1980. lt all started at 3:00 p.m. when
the bell rang. lt was a fun time for young and old. The lolly pop
toss, kiddy rides, spin art and prize booth kept the youngsters
entertained. The chicken and smorgasbord dinners satisfied
everyone's appetite. To complete this fun filled evening, Valley
defeated Brethern with a score of I4-7. As being a tradition,
the Harvest Festival was again a success. Chalk another one
up for the Mothers Club.
UPPER LEFT Finger llckm good' UPPER RIGHT Winning goldfish is hard work
LOWER LEFT Rub .1 dub dub thrcc girls in a tub' ABOVE The Harvest festival is fun
TOP LEFT: Azusa Pacific College drama students gave us spiritual
entertainment through pantomiming. MIDDLE LEFT: The
professional guitarist, Mr. .lonathan Taylor, gave us special
entertainment from Bach. Beethoven, and other classical composers.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Our first assembly of the year started off great
with some Christian rock music. ACROSS: The gymnists from Athletes
in Action gave spiritual testimonies along with some serious and not so
serious gymnastic talent.
Special assemblies are events that happen once in a
while but ones that everyone loves. It is a break in the
regular school day where you can relax, get your mind off
school work and just sit back and enjoy. Whether it's a
whole choir, like the Central College Choir and the Phoenix
Christian High School Choir, or just a single male singer,
like James Ward, or even a movie, like the Muppet Movie,
they are all special events that Valley really enjoys.
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Usually on Fridays, before a big,
important game, the whole student
body gathers in the gym for a Pep
Rally. With all kinds of skits by the
Cheerleaders, class competition,
teacher competition and the tradi-
tional Alma Mater, the Pep Rallies
are exciting and full of fun. We espe-
cially want to thank the Cheer-
leaders for all their hard work put
into each and every Pep Rally.
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TOP: The Drill Team gets set for a Pep Rally performance.
ABOVE: Will the Freshmen ever win the battle cry? UP-
PER LEFT: This is a Pep Rally? ACROSS: The Cheer-
leaders performing the Alma Mater.
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TOP: Kay Vos showing off her "55" Ford. ABOVE: One ofthe fine
engines that got many glances from the students. UPPER RIGHT: Taking
a Monday afternoon drive. ACROSS: Brad Algra's VW, which won first
place in its Catagory.
Big tough guys revving their engines and pretty smiles from
girls in their cars greeted the students as the 1981 Car Show
begang Valley's kids finally had a chance to show off their cars.
Lunch was extended for an extra twenty minutes so the com-
petitors could line up their cars and one by one be inspected in
front of student and faculty judges for details on interior,
exterior, engine compartment and paint jobs. lt was a great
way for the students to see each other's prize possessions and
have a great time just messing around. The catagories and first
prize winners were as follows: VW Bugs-Brad Algrag Family
Cars-Randy Brouwerg Pickups-Ted DeGroot: Special Cars-
John Markovitchg and Custom Cars-Dwayne Struiksma.
The week of homecoming was an eventful
and fun week at school. Everyone was excited
and "psyched out" for the big game against
Western High at the end of the week. Every
day was labeled with a theme and the stu-
dents dressed for class points according to the
theme: Twins Day, Disneyland Character
Day, Nifty-Fifty Day, and Maroon and Gold
Day, which showed all the Powder Puff girls
looking "studdly" in their jerseys. During
breaks each day, Student Council members
sold candy apples, sweet tarts, and other
goodies to touch oft' the theme ofthe day. At
the end ofthe week, everyone looked back on
it as a fun filled and "spirited" time.
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TOP RIGHT: Seeing double'?'?'? MIDDLE LEFT: Spirit
comes to the classroom on Disney Character Day.
ABOVE: Lisa Kolberg, as Minnie Mouse, and Julie
Stoub, as Goldie Locks, pose for Disney Character Day.
LOWER LEFT: Carol Hamilton gears up for the Powder
TOP LEFT: Sybesma twins forgot matching sandals on Twins'
Day. TOP RIGHT: Junior girls get into the '50's scene.
MIDDLE LEFT: Darlene Kline models the fashion of the '50's
ABOVE: The theme of Spirit Week, The Wonderful World of
Disney, showed up in many creative ways. LOWER LEFT: Phil
Templeman shows his reaction to the nifty fifties costume of
During Twirp Week the guys had the special
privilege of not having to carry their books. All
they would have to do was ask a girl to do
something for them and she had no option but
to obey. Those who did not follow the rules
could be sent to the dreaded Kangaroo Court.
The punishment could be either getting mush
thrown on their face or singing a song in front
of the student body.
TOP RIGHT: Harry Daglas finds no escape while Dan Rudolph
watches with delight. MIDDLE l.El-'Tr Jefl' llale administers the
traditional Kangaroo Court punishment. ABOVE: Mike .Iohnson
and Phil Templeman twirp Joni Wigboldy into carrying all their
books and opening the door for them at the same time. LEFT:
Robby Snapper bringing Emily Pollock to receive her punishment.
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Taking part in Twirp Week is the girl's most
nervous time ofthe school year, because of the role
change. The girls went around all week asking guys to
the banquet which was held at the end of the week.
When the big night came the chapel was decorated in
red, white, and pink hearts. After a buffet dinner the
Mr. and Miss lrresistibles were announced. Ms.
Logterman entertained the couples by singing two
songs and Susie Gort and Bret Lowen did a skit. At
the end of the evening several couples were chosen to
play in the Couplets Game. The evening was filled
with laughs and the couples really enjoyed themselves.
TOP: Dan Rudolf, the M.C. ol' the evening
starting the program off with some light
hearted frivolity. MIDDLE l.lCF'l': The
couples relax while watching the
entertainment. MIDDLE RIGHT: Susie
Gort interviews Bret Lowen, who is Dusty
the Crop Duster. in a short skit. ACROSS:
Like many other banquets, the food was
one ofthe big attractions.
As is tradition at Valley, a one week period is set aside every other
year for special classes. This year was extra special as Ms. Logterman,
along with a few other teachers, put together the S.E.A.R.C.H fSeek-
ing Education and Researching Career Hopesj Program. Through this
program, each student was encouraged to explore different careers and
try new things that he never has done. Creative and leisure time classes
like Beginning Golf, Gourmet Cooking, Statuary, Sailing or Cake
Decorating were offered. Ms. Logterman took a group to visit the
sights of Spain and Mr. Den Ouden brought some students to relive the
history of the U.S.A. in Boston and Washington D.C. Another group
went with Mr. Hugen and Mr. G. Sjoerdsma down to "Miracle
Ranch," an orphanage in Mexico, to work on improving the area. Mini
trips, such as going to the F.B.I. building in Los Angeles or the sheriff
stations, were also made. When the week was over, everyone felt it had
been a huge success in helping to broaden their horizons.
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discovers his hidden talent to paint. TOP LEFT: The whole
Boston gang in front of the Capitol. ABOVE: Burt Dirkse
and Darren Snapper enjoy a delicious dinner they prepared
in Gourmet Cooking. ACROSS: Students learn the basics of
printing pictures in Photography Class.
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TOP RIGHT: Students load up their backpacks as they
prepare to go hiking in the San Gabriel River Valley.
TOP LEFT: Carolyn Rictveld learns to write beautifully
in Caligraphy. ABOVE: Grace Yew practices what she
has learned in Cake Decorating Class. LOWER LEFT:
ln First Aid Class, "wounded" students receive medical
attention by their classmates.
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Chapels are very special to everyone here at Valley.
Once a week, time is set aside for everyone to worship
and praise God. This year we had a variety of Chapels.
Speakers came from all over to share their belief and
experiences with us. We also heard many singing groups
including our own choirs. Students, teachers, and mem-
bers of Student Council took part in a number of chap-
els. We especially appreciate Mr. Cole for making these
TOP RIGHT: Chapel coordinator, Mr. Cole,
brings another chapel to order. NIIDDLIC LEFT:
Mr. Korvcr challenges students to leave a
Christian heritage at Valley. LOWER 81
lVIIDDl.l-1 RIGHT: Ralph Van Bruggen shares
with us through a slide presentation, his adventure
of traveling cross country on his bike.
ACROSS: The Girls Chorus,
directed by Mr. Goedhart,
show their love for God by
performing in chapel. LEFT:
The official song leader, Mr.
Hugen, leads the student body
singing his favorite songs.
BELOW: A group from
Azusa Pacific College
entertain the student body
through their gift of music,
B0'l"l'OM RIGHT: Rev.
Boertjc speaks to the students
about living by faith.
All the members of the Honor Society and those on
the Honor Roll were invited to share in the recogni-
tion ofthe students who have achieved high academic
scores throughout the year. This was done at the
Annual Scholastic Arts Society Banquet held at
Lakewood Baptist Church. Mr. Vanden Burg as the
M.C., and Mr. Hugen as the new SAS sponsor, direct-
ed the evening's activities. Besides being honored at
the banquet, the Honor Society members were also
treated to a hot but fun day at Magic Mountain to
congratulate them for school work well done. This
year's officers were: Lynette Zonnefeld: Pres., Dave
Van Dyke: Vice Pres., Brenda Schenk: Sec.
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nefeld, nervously await their turn to speak while Robert
Voldase gives his address. ABOVE: Rev. Boertje adds some
humor to the evening. UPPER LEFT: Even intellectuals
like to pose for pictures. ACROSS: Mr. Hugen congratu-
lates Grace Yew as Mr. Keuning reads off the endless list of
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lt the Honor Society Banquet. LOWER LEFT: Mr.
Hugen, the Honor Society advisor, hands Lisa Hicmstra
her certificate of membership. MIDDLE RIGHT:
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female athletes is the Girl's Athletic Ban-
quet, held at Lakewood Baptist Church.
On this night the athletes and teams re-
ceive recognition and their long awaited
awards. With three league championships,
a CIF championship, and all the individual
awards, there were many trophies present-
ed and many speeches given. Sabrina Wil-
liams received the Outstanding Senior
Athlete award and Rhonda Rienstra was
announced the Scholastic Athlete. The en-
tertainment ofthe evening was, "Take Me
Out to the Ballgamef' sung by Kelli
Sybesma and Darlene Kline with three
mysterious dancing "men,"
TOP RIGHT: "It was a very good
year," MIDDLE RIGHT: Scholastic
Athlete, Rhonda Rienstra, receives
her mug from Mrs. Dykstra.
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receive their group pictures from
Miss Sehutten. LOWER RIGHT:
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Senior Athlete, Sabrina Williams. BELOW: The audience gives
Sabrina a standing ovation for her exceptional season in track.
BOTTOM LEFT: Darlene Kline and Kelli Sybesma team up with
some unusual assistants to provide light-hearted entertainment.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Miss Schutten displays one ol' the more
decorated varsity jackets.
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The thirty second annual Letterman's .
Banquet of Valley Christian High School was
held on June 4 at Lakewood First Baptist
Church. After the opening prayer, a delicious
dinner was served, which was enjoyed by all.
Then came the part of the evening that many
were eagerly awaiting: the presentation of
awards. Among these were, M.V.P.'s, Out-
standing Senior Athlete and Scholastic-Ath-
Congratulations to all those who received
special honors and a note of thanks to every-
one who participated in and was associated
with athletics at Valley. We wish continued
success to all the athletes and look forward to
another terrific year.
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TOP RIGHT: The varsity football team receives their
CIF certificates and league plaques. RIGHT: Randy
Bouman is awarded the Doug Vande Vegte award by
Mr. Wunderly. ABOVE: The Varsity Soccer team re-
ceives their league championship patches from Mr.
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TOP RIGHT: The audience looks on with respect and apreciation as yet
another receives an award. TOP LEFT: Mr. Van Woudenberg congratu-
lates John Van Vliet, the 1980-81 Outstanding Senior Athlete. ABOVE:
Scholastic Athlete, Robert Voldase, receives a pen set and a hand shake
from Dr. Bootsma. LEFT: Mr. Wunderly holds up the Football League
championship plaque as he talks about a season well done.
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Kent Vander Meulen
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This year's Varsity Football team was hard working and dedicated,
both in the players and the coaching staff. "Championship Fever" was
in the air from the beginning of weightlifting in the spring through the
entire season. Each Monday meant a new scouting report put together
by a group of hard working coaches who spent their entire weekend
together working on it. Every Friday saw a more mature team coming
on the field. Each week the team improved and worked harder togeth-
er. The hard work paid off and the championship belonged to Valley
with a 5-l legue record. The first round of C.l.F., Valley faced Pater
Noster and came away with a win of 35-O. ln the second round the
team took the long drive to the cold of Mammothg unfortunately they
lost 8-19. Each player ended the season with special memories. Yes,
playing football at Valley is a privilege and an experience which lasts a
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BACK ROW: Paul Sorensen, Albert Gaither, Nick Brakband, John Van Vliet, Perry Krosschell, Gorden Vanderelst, Randy Bouman, John Doornbos, Dave
Zoeteway. THIRD ROW: Coach Van Woudenberg, Coach De Vries, Jake Vander Vis, Mike Struiksma, Steve Steenwyk, Rick Hiemstra, Coach Wunderly
Coach Veltkamp. SECOND ROW: Dan Weaver, Dan Van Essen, Steve Hesson, Doug Slusher, Kenny Williams, Dave Scholten, Greg Hendrickson, Robert
Van Duyn. FRONT ROW: Dave Markus, Tim Van Meeteren, Robert Voldase, John De Vires, Harry Daglas, Steve Simpson, Eddie Whittemore.
14 Excelsior 12
13 Pater Noster 13
39 Army-Navy 0
7 Whittier Chr. 33
14 Brethren 7
28 L.A. Baptist 0
33 Marshall 6
13 Ontario Chr. 3
27 Western Chr. 6
35 'Pater Noster 7
8 'Mammoth 19
TOP RIGHT: The team gets set to do one of their famous
plays. CENTER: Here come the Mighty Crusaders!
ABOVE: Please catch thc ball, Mikel ACROSS: Varsity
Football Stall Girls, Brenda Schenk, Michelle De Jong, Kim
Koopman, Loretta Ohls.
J .V. Football
BACK ROW: Coach De Vries. Scott Tober. Mike De Jong. Doug Boerigler, Gary Vander Berg.
Brian De Vries, Carl Blake. .leff Bosnia, Randy Verhoef, Coach Van Hul7en. THIRD ROW:
Coach Bosma. Mike Vander Ploeg, Jeff Anema. Tom Staal, ,lel'f Frederickson. Frank Visvikis.
.lake lliemstra. Darren Hesson. Brad Knox. Doug Shenk. Coach Baker. SECOND ROW: Scott
King, Brett llilardes, .Iohn Snapper, Lance Shipley. Tim Sakoda. Dave Brouwer. Scott Allen,
,lohn Piersma, Rod Attema. .lelll Proctor. FRONT ROW: Alvin Coloma, Steve Takekoshi. Paul
Kimball, Orlando Morfa, Todd Vander Ham, Ron Slusher.
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UPPER RIGHT: Scott Allen passes to ,lake Hiemstra.
ABOVE: .lake lliemstra fast on his feet. CENTER: The
team prepares for a hike. LEFT: The team in a huddle.
J.V. 8a Frosh Basketball
BACK ROW: Tony Vander Wall. Perry Krosschell. Marvin Duty. Carl Blake.4.lim Van lvliinsler.
Coach lfeddes. FRONT ROW: Richard Odom. Mike Kline. Brian De Vries. Paul Kimball.
AliSliNT: Brian Pollema
BACK ROW: Coach Van Woudenberg. Jelll' Bosma, Eddie De Boer, David Bom, Mike Kiel. Brad
Knox. FRONT ROW: Dan Van Duyn. Darren lonneleld. .left Proctor. .lake Hiemstra. Frank
Visvikis. Tim Sakoda.
UPPER RIGHT: Perry Krossehell passes the ball. ACROSS: .letlf Proctor making a jumpshot,
UPPER RIGHT: Dan Koolmees
clears the board.
Rebounds, shots, a pass to the wing and a
good block was the strategies that the Cru-
saders used on their opponents. This year's
first string team was made up of the Senior
class members, Dave Bush and Robert Vol-
dase, and the Sophomore class members Dan
Koolmees, Robert Van Duyn and Dennis Vo-
gel. All this led to a great season with a 7-0-5
record making the Crusaders feel all the hard
work was put forth for one end.
70 L.A. Baptist 54
49 Marshall 42
41 Western Chr. 42
58 Brethren 49
63 Whittier Chr. 58
63 Lutheran 57
53 Marshall 68
52 Brethren 73
63 Western Chr. 46
66 Whittier Chr. 67
43 Lutheran 53
55 L.A. Baptist 53
BACK ROW: Pete Horjus, Mike Johnson, Dan Koolmees, Randy Brouwer, Dennis Vogel, Phil Templcman, Coach De Bie
FRONT ROW: Robert Voldase, Dave Bush, Rob Van Duyn.
LOWER LEFT: Dave Bush scores on thc Chiefs. UPPER LEFT:
Randy Brouwer comes in for an casy 2. BELOW RIGHT: Warming
up for u tough game.
STAT GIRLS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Kim Koopman, Laura
Mouw, .loni Wigboldy, Rhonda Rienslra
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Mulder, Nick Brakband. Coach Wind. FRONT ROW: Ilcnry Wind, Scott Hendricksen. Rick Cnossen. William Wagner. .lim
llutchinson, Dave Markus. Dave Seholten. .lerry Versteeg, Kelvin Struiksma.
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LEFT: Keep it up boys! TOP RIGHT: llutch defending the
goal. LOWER RIGHT: Stat girls: Kim Backstrom and
A league championship isn't easy to
get, as the varsity soccer team well
knows. But with their dedication and
spirit, any kind of championship comes
naturally. The team was comprised ofa
very versatile offense, fast defense, and
two excellent goalies. Coach Wind had
faith in this team right from the begin-
ning, although there were times he
doubted. They ended the season with
fifteen wins, two ties, and only four
losses. They made it into league as the
number one rated team in our division.
2 Lutheran Orange
1 Dana Hills
League Record: ll-l-2
Overall Record: 13-4-2
J.V. 8: Frosh Soccer
BACK ROW: Coach Goedhart, Curtis Griepsma, Ed Keller, Doug Schenk, Mike De Jong, Darren Hesson, John Piersma, Gary Anderson
Coach, Vander Dussen. MIDDLE ROW: Steve Vanderkamp, James Glasncr, Steve Takckoshi, Doug Boerigter, John Dc Vries, Brian Scholte
Troy Riemersma, David Polley. FRONT ROW: Tim Angelus, Walter Vander Vis, William Jernigan, Dick Rccker, Darrel Fey, Lance Ryan
Stan De Boer.
TOP: The J.V. and Frosh Socecr Team. ABOVE: Darrel Fey getting the ball away from the
other team member. RIGHT: Mr. Goedhart, one ofthe coaches,
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Sjoerdsma-Coach. MIDDLE ROW: Jeff Frcdrickson, Frank Visvikis, Ed Keller, Alvin Coloma, Paul Kimball. FRONT ROW:
Mike Kline, Oscar Sanchez, Dave Brouwer, Scott King.
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At the beginning of the season, things did not look
good for the varsity baseball team. With only six
returning players the team did not have very much
experience, but as the season progressed so also did
the team. At the end ofthe season their league record
was ten wins and four losses, which had them tied for
second place. By a deciding action the Crusaders went
into CIF as the third place team for the Olympic
league. ln the first round they played St. Anthony's
and won six to one. By winning this, the team went on
to round two in which they played Rio Mesa. After
playing a very close game the Crusaders lost one to
zero. The team certainly had a great year.
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BACK ROW: Randy Bouman, Ron Versteeg, David Bush, Pete Horjus, Bard Algra, Coach Wunderley. MIDDLE
ROW: Perry Krosschell, Jerry Versteeg, William Wagner, David Van Essen, Dwayne Struiksma. FRONT ROW: Randy
Reitsma, Kenny Williams, Mike Struiksma.
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4 Cathedral 3
3 Whittier Chr. 4
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2 L.A. Baptist 3
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6 Ontario Chr. 5
I5 Western Chr. 2
7 Brethern 2
8 L.A. Baptist 3
I0 Marshall 3
2 Lutheran 4
3 Ontario Chr. 2
6 Western Chr. I
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TOP LEFT: Coach Wunderly gives his team a pep talk before a home
game. MIDDLE RIGHT: Dave Bush, one of the team's hottest hitters,
hits another homer. TOP RIGHT: The opposing team fails to keep one
of our players from making a base hit. MIDDLE LEFT: One ofthe
team's pitchers, Brad Algra, pitches a fastball hoping he will strike the
opponent out. BOTTOM LEFT: Ever hear ol' missing by a foot?
Varsity uy's Track
Track is the kind of sport that is easily forgotten. Who wants to
see someone run around and around the track? Well, this year it
seemed as though more people remembered and came out to
watch these men. And the Crusaders put on a fine show with
some exciting and close races. They even had some meets that
came down to the very last race and still coming ahead and
winning it. With a new coach this year, Mr. Veltkamp, and
assistants, Mr. Bosma and Mr. Van Den Berg, the Crusaders
came in second place in the league. They had an excellent season
and we're proud of them.
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valuable players, Terry
Smith. runs the mile.
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BACK ROW: Coach Bosma, Paul Jernigan, .lim Vander Dussen, Greg Hendrikson, Al Gaither, David Bom, Marvin Duty, Gary
Mulder, Andy Vander Dussen, Tony Vander Waal, Terry Smith, Coach Veltkamp, Coach Van Den Berg. FRONT ROW: Gary
Anderson, Jeff Procter, .lohn Piersma, Cedric Smoots, Robert Voldase, Rick Hiemstra, Richard Odom, Dave Hecox, Robby
Snapper, Lance Ryan.
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TOP LEFT: Stat Girls. BACK ROW: Sharon Bothof, Sara
Hiemstra, Cindy Giske. FRONT ROW: Dana Arnston, Brenda
Koldenhoven, Saritha Gray, Cathy Vander Waal, Darla Wind,
Brenda De Boer. MIDDLE LEFT: Greg Hendrikson reaches for
forty-seven feet. ACROSS: Sophomore, Dave Hecox, consistently
brings points to the team. ABOVE: Rick Hiemstra reaches for the
hurdle trying to keep his lead.
There is a new sport on the scene
at Valley this year. Since the new
tennis courts were put up, a few of
the students thought that they
should be put to use. These students
started Valley Christian's first Cru-
sader tennis team. Under the guid-
ance of Rev. Lamen the new team
set off with great enthusiasm.
Although some of the players had
never played before, the whole sea-
son was a learning experience and
everyone improved greatly. The
team did not place at any of their
matches but that did not discourage
them from looking forward to mak-
ing the tennis team a success.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Jeff Rabideaux, John Van Vliet, Phil Templeman, Dan Weaver, Brad O'Brien, Andy
Reno, Lance Merrill, Rick Cnossen, Don Whitney.
ABOVE: "Lance, here's your
ball!" FAR RIGHT: .lohn Van
Vlict aiming for the top.
ACROSS: Andy Reno in decp
concentration as the ball is served
ovcr thc net.
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ounce of energy that a person has. You
have to give it your all for the whole race.
This year, we had Coach Gregg Sjoerdsma
for both the girls and the guys. The girls
team ended up the league with a record of
three wins and four loses. The guys team
ended up with four wins and three loses.
All in all, for both teams, it was a great
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TOP LEFT: Taking at break. MIDDLE LEFT: Chris helping
Bonnie stretch. RIGHT: On your mark. get sct, GO!! BOTTOM
LEFT: OIT to at good start.
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Sabrina Williams. Teri Dauntuma, Clara Piersma, Cindy Dc Young, Darlene Kline, Coach
L.A. Baptist 0
Western Chr. 0
Lutheran CLAJ 0
Ontario Chr. l
Whittier Chr. 0
L.A. Baptist 0
Western Chr. 0
Lutheran CLAJ 0
Ontario Chr. 2
Whittier Chr. l
'La Puente 0
UPRER LEFT: "Nice form, Clara!" ABOVE: The team plans strategy. LEFT: Kim Kimm prepared to
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With a pre-season record of l win and 4 losses,
the girls seemed to be off to a bad start. But when
league came rolling in, the girls won game after
game. At the end of league, their record stood at I3
wins and l loss, putting them ahead of the other
teams and into first place in the league. ln the first
round of CIF, Valley faced La Puente and had no
trouble taking home a win. ln the second round,
however, Valley faced Rosemead and suffered a
tremendous loss, putting them out of CIF. But over
all the girl's Varsity Volleyball team had a great
UPPER LEFT: "What concentration!" UPPER RIGHT:
"We're number ll" LEFT: Varsity Volleyball Stat girls:
Kelli Sybesma. Valerie Vande Vegte, Lynette Zonnefeld.
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prepares for a serve.
MIDDLE LEFT: The linc-
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Reach just a little higher.
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BACK ROW: Brenda Sybcsma, Carmen Cole. Coach Barbara Brown,
Wendy Vander Vis, Heather Baker. SECOND ROW: Susan Vander-
burg, Sonia Koldenhoven, Teri Van Noord, FRONT ROW: Dena
Crellin, Shelli Sybesma, Lisa Crellin.
TOP TO BOTTOM: Angie Lambooy, Theresa Vander Dussen, Dianne
Grittcrs, Coach Rollema, Kim Backslrom. Dianne Wigboldy, Patti Dc
Master, Sandee Van Aalsburg, Chris Groot, Margery Clute, Margaret
Policy. Sara Hiemstra.
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Couch Veltkump. SECOND ROW: Judi Lztningu. Sheryl Bakker. KNEELINGZ
Dianne Gritters. Lu Trice Williams, Charlene Dekker.
ABOVE LEFT: The 19240-Xl J.V. Girls Basketball team. ABOVE RIGHT: Julie Brouwer and Surat
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Julie Brouwer guarding the bull.
Girls' Varsity Basketball
Being rated number one gave the Valley girls on the
varsity basketball team an extra boost of pride. The
pre-season began with the Crusaders winning their
own tournament. Coming out of preseason with 7 wins
and only 2 losses, the Valley girls proved to everyone
what a great season that they were looking forward to.
League began with high hopes and the Crusaders
wiped everyone off the court, ending up undeafeated.
Starting the CIF playoffs, the women looked and felt
very strong. Taking the first game with no problem at
all, the Crusaders advanced to the second round.
Loosing to St. Mary's 58-57 came as sort ofa shock to
everyone, including the team. Now that the season is
over, the Crusaders can look back to an excellent and
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team getting a pep talk. ACROSS: "Guard cm' Valley, guard em'l"
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LEFT T0 RIGHT: Cindy De Young, Clara Piersma, Teri Dantuma, Kim Warren, Dava
Miller, Coach Dykstra, Nancy Vanderelst, Sabrina Williams, Lisa Crellin, Darlene
Kline, Kim Kimm.
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44 Marshall 27
87 L.A. Baptist 4
72 Brethren 26
76 Lutheran 26
59 4' Ontario Chr. 30
95 Whittier Chr. 24
70 Western Chr. 25
51 Marshall 32
78 , Brethren: ,Q 19
90 LQA. Lutheran '
61 Ontario Clit. 31 - 4
70 Whittier Chr. 17
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RIGHT: Varsity basketball stat girls, Brenda Schenk,
Deanna Grow. LOWER LEFT: Darlene Kline shoots for the
BACK ROW: Valerie Vande Vegte, Becky Sponaugle, Denise Stejskal, Angie Lambooy, Karen Dykstra. Patti Van Kalsbeek.
Geraldine Vander Vis, Lisa Crellin. Bonnie Gritters, Teri Van Noord, Kris Scholten, Cindy Davis, FRONT ROW: Lori De Bic,
Carol Candiles, Nancy Wheeler, Clara Piersma. Sabrina Williams, Colleen Overgaauw, La Trice Williams, Jeanell Bruinsma. Dena
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Maranatha 68 30
Flintridge Prep. 71 N V,yA V I9
Whittier Chr. 64 36
Brethren 72 7 '28
L.A. 'Baptist 75 25
Marshall 67 33
Lutheran L.A. 54 46
Ontario Chr. 69 3l
Western Chr. 97 2
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Season 9 0
CIF lst 50 "'
Marshall 2nd " 40
RIGHT The girls at the line anticipate the starting gun.
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This year's track team consisting of twenty-two girls, was the biggest in
Valley's history. The team started winning right from the first meet and
continued to win all through the seasong new records were set in almost
every event. Their league record was 7-0 which once again made the team
undefeated League Champions. After league was finished the team com-
peted in the league pre-lims and finals. Several girls made it into CIF,
including the two relay teams. With a total of fifty points the track team
won the CIF IA Championship. From here Sabrina Williams continued
on in several other meets. She ended up taking 6th in the long jump at the
Calif. State Meet. Congratulations are in order for Sabrina, Coach Schut-
ten and the entire girls track team for an excellent season.
UPPER LEFT: "She's right
behind you, Cindy!" UPPFR
RIGHT: Jcanell Brunsmi ind
Valerie Vande Vegtc racing down
the last stretch, both fighting for
first. LEFT: Sabrina Willl ims
starts her long jump run lciving
a cloud of dust behind her
BOTTOM LEFT: Coach Scutlen
proudly holds up the Cll lA
Championship plaque awirded to
Under the coaching of Mrs. Dyk-
stra thc softball team went into the
season with a very hopeful chance of
making CIF. But these hopes soon
became a fighting chance for third
place when Terri Dantuma, the
pitcher, slid into second at a practice
and broke her foot. This meant as far
as positions, there would have to be
some changes. Terri came back after
four games and started pitching with
a cast. Although they did have a re-
cord ol' 6-7-I Valley was only out of
CIF by a disappointing one half of a
game. The girls did a fine job and
deserve credit for having to start
over in the middle of the season.
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ROW: Nancy Vander Elst, Joni Wigboldy, Dava Miller, Lori Laninga ABOVE Lets win'
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hits the ball to center field. MIDDLE LEFT: Lori Luninga
prepares to hit. BOTTOM LEFT: Joni Wigboldy and
Lynette Zonncfeld discussing the game plan. BOTTOM
RIGHT: "D0n't let her steal".
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UPPER RIGHT: Theresa Vander Dussen rounds
3rd, looking to score. ABOVE: Nikki Vande Steeg
takes Z1 ball, low.
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Third Row, Theresa Vande Dussen, Chris Dekker, Tami Van Meeteren, Wendy Vander Vis, Judy
Laninga. Second Row: Coach Baker, Melissa Norton, Nikki Van De Steegf Belkis Nunez, Diane
Gritters, Diane Wigboldy, Patti De Master, First Row: Marsha Wright, Pam Castleberry, Kim
Warren, Lori De Vries.
From in the classroom
on the field.
Mr. Baker cares for all.
From math and science
His talents are not
Rev Boertje is a Bible pro,
How he teaches us we'll never know.
freshman and sophomores read and re-
Juniors and seniors he teaches to
Mr. Baker 2 years
Mr. Bosma is known to all,
For heis always running in the hall.
He coaches football and teaches history,
In drafting and shop he has earned his
Rev. Boertje 19 years
Mr. Bosma 2 years
Mrs. Brouwer 6 years
Mr. Cole ll years
The Home-Ec. department is here
because Mrs. Brouwer led the way.
As the new advisor of our Gazette,
We've never seen a better one yet.
Mr. De Bie 15 years
Ole Mr. Cole is a merry ole soul,
An English master is he.
He called for the seniors and got them to
And the senior play it turned out to be.
When you see maroon
gold so bold,
You know whols coming
before you're told.
From coaching, Driver's
Ed. and historyg
Cheers to you, Mr. De
Head of Student
is no easy task,
So when a problem
you know how to ask.
Mr. Den Ouden's
center mainly on
like Government, U.S.
and Big Three.
By staying in tune and
The band has risen to a
With dings and dongs
his handbell choir,
Mr. Doornbos, your
back will ne'er expire.
Mrs. Faber always has a smile
When showing students how to file.
Through Accounting you learn to calculate
While writing Shorthand at an amazing
Mr. Den Ouden 2 years
Mr. Doornbos l year
Mrs. Faber 4 years
Mr. Faber 28 years
Detentions and tardies he's ready to give
Only if your excuse is negative.
The canteen, he seems to manage with
Mr. Faber may we have our books please?
lf there is a question about biology,
Mr. Feddes is the man, the one you ought
Dissecting pigs and studying cells,
His coaching will always ring our victory
Mrs. Hamidy l year
Mr. Hoekstra 5 years.
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Mr. Feddes 2 years
Mr. Goedhart l year
From ooo's to ahhh's to do-re-mils,
Mr. Goedhart's not hard to please.
His singing talents are hard to beat,
All in all he's really neat!
Tracing and sketching
the tools of her tradeg
Real artists the students
of Valley she's made.
At Valley, Mrs. Hamidy
made her debut.
Here at Valley
Christian, in our
We have someone
is never drab.
His nifty experiments
are fun to get,
Mr. Hoekstra have you
When you have a
with an angle or a
Call on Mr. Hugen and
will be there.
Although his ways of
teaching are sometimes
Please, Mr. Haugen,
Please don't change.
Rev. Knowles 33 years
Rev. Knowles is our chess king
and teaching Bible is his thing
A German class slips in along the way
His smile never fails to brighten up our
Mr. Hugen 4 years
From equations of this to equations of
that, Mr. Le Febre knows where it's at.
With fritters and donuts he sells during
Be there for detention, or your life is at
Mr. Le Febre I8 years
Ms. Logterman 2 years
Ms. Schutten 5 years
When Ms. Logterman is your teacher,
Spanish culture is the main feature.
There are so many words and many a
With her teaching you learn them with
Mr. G. Sjoerdsma 6 years
Teaching Algebra IA and Girl's P.E.
You'll never see her without her D.P.!
She coaches Volleyball and Girl's Trackg
Miss Schutten, we hope you will always
Hold on to your knees,
don't let them shake,
For the many speeches
you'll have to make.
Mr. Sjoerdsma is our
Cross Country coach,
And through it all he's
easy to approach.
The Freshman English
teacher is Mr. R.
with classes of Creative
Writing and Mass
He creates the
through the book we
always will treasure.
A new addition to our
is a lady who always
time for a laugh.
Her teaching of English
helps us exploreg
Miss Talsma, your
are never a bore.
Mr. R. Sjoerdsma 3 years
Mr. Van Den Berg started the first day
Though his Government classes we learn to
He takes us through the most important
that make this country the United States.
Miss Talsma l year
Mr. Van Den Berg l year
From Freshman to Seniors, he's always
He councils, gives advice, and shows he
Intro to Bible is the class he teaches, .
Mr. Van Woudenburg spreads God's love izy ,gf J ,.,...
to the . . .
People he reaches. iii' F ..se1. . . 51.
Mr. Van Woudenburg l0 years
Mr. Veltkamp 2 years
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Mr. Wasscnaar I0 years
"Don't watch your hands!" is his famous
Do it right and he'll give you his praise,
Mr. Wassenaar teaches Surviving
And to the Business world he holds the
At coaching, Mr. Veltkamp is no amateur,
For he is kept busy throughout the year.
You always see him in his coat of blue,
In the shop and on the court, too.
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Miss Wilkie 9 years
Mr. Wunderly 3 years
Therels a lady here at
Valley, who is a help to
Ms. Wilkie is her name
counciling is her call.
Her reading teaches us
that we must know,
She greets us each day
a smile and "hello!"
When you spot a
You'll know Mr.
close at hand.
With his baseball cap
he reigns in P.E.,
As head coach of
he always will be.
High School Office
In building A is the headquarters of VCHS. Manning the
station is our fearless leader Mr. Bruce Keuning, and by his
side is our ever faithful secretary, Mrs. Adriana Brink. They
efficiently run the school office and from it comes the impor-
tant decisions on which our school is run. Many thanks to them
for a job well done.
UPPER RIGHT: Valley's head cheerleader, Mr.
Keuning. UPPER LEFT: Mr. Bruce Keuning.
ABOVE: Mrs. Adriana Brink. LOWER RIGHT: Mrs.
Brink hard at work in the school office.
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The business office of Valley is expertly controlled and main-
tained by three very capable people. These people are: Superin-
tendent Dr. Bootsma, Mrs. Lougee, and Mrs. Fe Febre. Along
with handling the tuition and financial aspects for the school,
they are also very willing to listen to any problems which you may
have. They have done a lot to help the school run smoothly. We
know that without them, Valley would not be what it is now. We
wish to express our appreciation to them for all their work.
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5: are two efficient secretaries, Mrs. l.e lfebre
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An organization like the Bellflower Christian Schools
cannot be run without the careful decisions and co-
operation of the twelve dedicated Christian men of our
school board. All the final yes's and no's are up to them
as they realise the importance of deciding what is best,
even if it may not seem pleasant at the moment. We
would like to thank these men for the dedication that
they have in making our school run smoothly.
TOP RIGHT: John Kortenhoven
Completes a successful two-year
term as board president.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Board
meetings are run efficiently by
the book. MIDDLE LEFT: Les
Zwart performs one of the many
tasks of a board member,
handing out diplomas at high
school graduation.ACROSS: The
board room eagerly awaits
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TOP: the drivers relax after the morning route is over. ABOVE: thc
drivers chat before the afternoon route. RIGIIT: Mrs. Grow is ready
Once upon a time, there were eight ladies who wanted an
exciting job. I took them away from their daily routines and
gave them a new and exciting career. Every day these ladies
get up at the crack of dawn to make their appointed rounds.
They each are entrusted with their buses to pick up and bring
home the students ofthe Bellflower Christian Schools. These
ladies keep the kids under safe control, and can always be
relied upon. These are my angels. and they work for me. My
name is Charlie.
TOP ROW: Mrs. Tanis, Mrs. Grow. Mrs. Iliemstra, Mrs. Van Winkle.
BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Zook, Mrs. Van Munster, Mrs. Vande Vegte, Mrs
Shipley. MISSING: Mrs. Adema.
Beingjanitors, has to be one of Valley Christian's most
dedicated jobs. The Mulders can be seen here everyday
doing the never ending task of cleaning the campus.
Even their children lend a helping hand. We appreciate
all the times they are here after a game to open the gate,
and to clean-up after our special events. Their efforts are
recognized by all who step foot on our clean campus.
Thanks to the Mulders! Valley has never been cleaner.
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UPPER RIGHT: "pick up, clean up. it'sz1lI up to you."
UPPER LEFT: Mulder family Mzirtlm, Mrs. Mulder. Mr
Mulder and Gary. ABOVE: Mr. Vain Aulsburg keeps
Vzilley's eumpus looking good. l.liI-'T: Mrs, Mulder "Look,
ut these desks. I can see mysellm.
Bible can be a complicated subject
but with the help our Bible pros- Rev.
Boertje, Rev. Knowles and Mr. Van
Woudenberg it can be easily under-
stood and applied in everyday life. All
of Valley's classes center around Bible,
each class emphazing the importance
the Bible has in a Christian's life. Be-
sides learning definitions and memoriz-
ing verses, Bible also teaches us the his-
tory ofthe church. Classes range from
Intro to Bible to Reformed Doctrine.
Bible at Valley helps us to grow closer
to our Creator, and closer to others.
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ABOVE: "Rcad! Read! and Rereadl' RIGHT: Rev.
Boertje instructs his class in the knowledge of the
One of the most helpful, and yet
hardly recognized areas of Valley
Christian High School, is the Coun-
seling Offiee. Together Mr. Van
Woudenburg and Mrs. Wilkie un-
dergo the huge task of making sure
all the students of Valley are satis-
fied. They help students with their
problems, set classes, help make
those important decisions about the
future, and much, much more. From
the students of Valley to you,
"Thank-You" for a job very well
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Wilkie and Mr Vin Woudcnburg posing fora picture. ABOVE:
G iry Henry busy filling papers.
The English Department has a wide va-
riety to choose from. It helps people to
communicate better among each other.
The Freshmen and Sophomores are re-
quired to take English, which gears its
learning to grammar and spelling. The Ju-
niors and Seniors may choose from a vari-
ety of English classes, such as American
and English Literature, Creative Writing,
Mass Media and other writing classes. The
English teachers include Mr. Cole, Miss
Talsma, Mr. Ron Sjoerdsma, Mr. Gregg
Sjoerdsma, and Mrs. Wilkie. Each with
his or her own teaching abilities helps the
students better their views on life through
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UPPER RIGHT: The class is enthused about their new
understanding of gerunds and infinitivcs. ABOVE: Sonia
Koldenhovcn interupts Dena Crellin and Mr. Sjoerdsma
to hand in a late paper. RIGHT: "Please turn with me to
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To many, History is a favorite class. lt
gives us the opportunity to have fun while
learning. The classes range from the birth
of History to current events. Discussion
and heavy writing are big part ofthe class
period. All in all, the History classes, un-
der the direction of Mr. Den Ouden, Mr.
De Bie, Mr. Bosma, and the newest addi-
tion to the staff, Mr. Van Den Berg do an
outstanding job teaching the basic princi-
ples of what we were, what we are, and
what we'll become.
"Only 5 more minutes left!" ABOVE: Watchout Seniorst, 6333
Mr. Dcn Ouden's at it again.
For a student that's interested in a business ca-
reer, Valley has a wide variety of classes to choose
from-Typing, Accounting, Filing, Bookkeeping,
Office Machines, Shorthand, and Financial Sur-
vival. lf a student is in a Commercial Emphasis
class, they are required to take most of these busi-
ness courses. Having these business courses gives
the student ideas for a future career and a glimpse
ofthe business world. Working together, Mr. Was-
senaar and Mrs. Faber do a great job in teaching
the business classes.
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UPPER RIGHT: Doc Hale and Dick Reckcr practice their
typing speed and accuracy. RIGHT: The girls are busily
writing while Mrs. Faber reads a shorthand letter. ABOVE:
Mr. Wassenaar watches Brenda Van Essen as she uses the
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LEFT: "You got to be kidding! Me?
Dennis Vogel? Translate?" CENTER:
"Boyl That was a good one, Rev.
Knowles! BOTTOM: "Study, Study,
Study! BELOW: "This class is so much
Learning a foreign language has always been a scary
thought for most people. But if it is taught in an interesting
way, it can also be a fun class to take. Besides learning those
never ending vocabulary lists and grammar keys, there are also
the many crafts, films and celebrations of foreign holidays.
There is one German class offered this year for second year
students taught by Rev. Knowles, but this is the last year at
Valley for this language. Spanish is the main foreign language
taught and is instructed by Miss Logterman who adds a special
touch by sharing her experiences in Spain.
Not a day goes by without
some use of Math problem.
The Math Department ranges
from Algebra, Geometry and
Advanced Math. lf you ever
have a problem Mr. Le Frebre,
Mr. Hugen and Miss Schutten
are more than willing to help
you to a chance to really rack
your brain. It may be confusing
at first but it becomes very im-
portant in life as you grow
older. Many people say it is one
of the hardest subjects they
UPPER RIGHT Algebra class working hard on assignments ABOVE RIGHT Oh Boy 7th period' CENTFR ind the squ irt
root of x' is ABOVE Divid Wilhof is it it again'
One of the most interesting and intriguing departments of
the Valley curriculum is the Science Department. It offers
many different classes, ranging from Earth, Health and Phys-
ical Science, to Biology through Chemistry, and on up to
Physics. Through these classes, the students together with
their teachers, take time to study our vast a beautiful world.
They learn what things are, why things are, and how things are
to be. All in all, our science department deserves a big hand.
UPPER LEFT: Mr. Hoekstra describing the assignment to a confussed Dar-
ren Zonnefeld. LEFT: Freshman scientists doing precise measuring in metric.
ABOVE: Mr. Feddcs busy discussing the issues of science.
Under the guidance of Mr. Veltkamp and Mr. Bosma, Valley's
shop class gets under way. Building various projects, each student
is allowed to build whatever he or she desires according to his or
her capabilities. The projects vary from small boxes to large
cabinets used as furniture in the home. Also, the equipment
available is modern and in good condition which makes for better
building. Besides the modern equipment, new tables were pur-
chased. As a whole, the students advance a great deal in this trade
and their knowledge for carpentry expands!
UPPER RIGHT: Shop class
getting undcr way. ACROSS: '
Kent Vander Meulcn and Sam
Fey measuring up for woods.
BELOW: Vince Johnson
completing his project. BELOW
RIGHT: Gordon Vanderest's new
LEFT: "Rev. Brouwer" performs
wedding ceremony as Practical lfamily
Living class exchanges vows. CENTER:
Doug Slusher and Jerry Lambooy let
their fingers do the walking. BELOW:
Jim Hutchinson marries Carol Hamilton
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Jeff Rabideaux an A in Singles Living
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Room l is known by all as the Home Ee room. The
secrets to making a home and taking care of the family
all lie in this room. Taught by Mrs. Brouwer, these
classes tell everything from cooking a simple meal for
two to sewing an entire outfit by yourself. Also in this
department are classes teaching child care, family living
and other practical needs that students encounter once
they graduate..The goal of the Home Economic classes is
to teach what is not normally thought of as "education-
al', but is still very important.
P.E. is that certain sort of class that almost everyone enjoys. After
the summer is over and the school year begins, some sort of activity is
needed to relieve the pressure of studying so many hours each day.
Every day the P.E. class is started with the basic calisthenics and
exercises. Then the rest of the class is spent playing a good game of
tennis on the new courts or playing volleyball, basketball, softball,
soccer, football or any other game. Square dancing and bowling are
also included to add a little variety. With teachers like Mr. Wunderly
and Miss Schutten this class can be easily enjoyed.
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LEFT: Football team members workout to stay in shape
UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Wunderly supervises weight lifting
ABOVE: Miss Schutten attends to record player
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Art classes are well into its second year
here at Valley Christian. Drawing pictures is
only a small part of what goes on in the art
classes. To really appreciate what they are
doing, and to do it well, takes a lot of patience
and learning on the part of the students who
take these classes. They must learn how col-
ors coordinate, how colors should be shaded,
depth and many other details. Ceramics is a
class by itself where the students learn to
create their own ideas. Painting is also in-
cluded under the art department. These
classes are all held under the instruction of
Mrs. Hamidy, who is teaching for her first
year here at Valley.
UPPER LEFT: Students working hard at art. LEFT: Greg
Hendrickson works on art project. ABOVE: Randy Reitsma -
working on his latest master-piece.
Whenever there is a report or a long term paper due, many
students turn tothe library for their research material. There are
many books to choose from. But besides books, there are film
strips of almost every subject imaginable. Although the students
use the library every day, there are others who use it, the teachers.
They use the books for research and show filmstrips during their
classes for a more interesting way to help get the point of the
lesson across. Every year the library continually grows. Mrs.
Wassenaar is the librarian, with Mrs. Reppman as her assistant.
They work together to stress the importance and correct usage of
the Media Center and its contents.
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ABOVE: Gary Flictstra and Randy
Bultsma work hard to prcparc for a test
tomorrow. UPPER RIGHT: Mrs.
Reppman flashes her cheerful smile.
RIGHT: Mrs. Wassenaar explains the
where's and why's ol' the library to
TOP LEFT: A great performance brings
gracious smiles. TOP RIGHT: Sopranos
take a break from reading their Azusa
Pacific festival programs to flash their
smiles for the camera. MIDDLE: The choir
gives their first performance at New Life
Church. LOWER RIGHT: Donavan Talsma
gets lost in his robe as others scramble to
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A new touch was added to the A Cappella choir in this 80-81
school year as they were under the new direction of Mr. Pieter
Goedhart. They sang many of the songs from previous years but
each song still held a special meaning for those who performed
them. The A Cappella Choir did a variety of concerts ranging
from the annual Fall, Spring and Christmas concerts to singing in
neighboring churches and also the Azusa Pacific Festival. All
their concerts were successful and presented much spirit for our
school. Singing praises to God also brought the group closer
together spiritually as they learned to realize the gifts music can
bring. Everyone will remember "Shepherd Me, Lord" as being
the most memorable and favorite song of the year.
ACROSS: "Sing Unto God. . part ofthe Christmas
concert at Lakewood Baptist Church. BELOW: Acappclla
choir performs at the fall concert.
Fourth Row: Mike Struiksma, Phil Templeman, Dave Bush, Donovan Talsma, Perry Krosschell, Paul Sorensen, Roger Lovett, Gary
Flietstra, Davc Griepsma, Dan Weaver, Dave Van Dyke, Brian Pollcma, Rob Van Duyn, Gary Henry, Liz Kooiman, Cindy De Young,
Susie Gort, Mary Postma. Third Row: Harry Daglas, James Bylsma, Doug Van Gent, Dave Scholten, Greg Vander Grift, Terry Smith,
Rick Cnossen, Phil Bollom, .lerry Lambooy, Jeff Hale, Darlene Kline, Valerie Vande Vegte, Shelli Sybesma, Lisa Nyenhuis, Dawn Van
Weerthuizen, Linda Prins. Second Row: Beth Simons, Rhonda Rienstra, Susan Veltman, Kelli Sybesma, Terri Dantuma, Tonja Veltman,
Pam Klein, Patty Van Kalsbeek, Jana Vander Molen, Linda Offringa, Jeanine Brands, Cathi De Vries, Terri Andringa, Lynette
Zonneleld, Brenda Zwart, Thelene Vander Meer, Loretta Ohls, Mr. Goedhart. First Row: Anne Abbott, Jana Vander Grift, Lori Reser,
Sharon Bothof, Melanie Shaw, Janis Ticmeyer, Denise Stejskal, Sheri Van Aalsburg, Laura Mouw, Brenda Van Essen, Loreen Le Febre,
Tammy Van Otterloo, Debbie Fey, .Ioni Wigboldy, Brenda Schenk.
Dressed in black and white,
the Madrigals perform in
various churches and
festivals. Their concerts were
a huge success under a new
director, Mr. Goedhart.
During the Christmas season
they caroled in the malls and
sang at the Dorothy
Chandlier Pavillion. These
sixteen men and women make
up the Valley Madrigals,
which is the pride of the
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Prins, Jeff Hale, Phil Bollom, Mr. Goedhart. MIDDLE ROW: Phil Templeman, Loreen LeFebre, Lynette Zonnefcld
Joni Wigboldy. FRONT ROW: Janna Vander Molcn, Jerry Lambooy, Dawn VanWeerthuizcn. TOP RIGHT: Madrigals
practice hard to make a good performance
UPPER I.EI"T: Big smiles after ll good performance. UPPER RIGHT:
Mr. Goedharl, the fearless leader ol the Madriguls. MIDDLE LEFT:
"Peace l leave with you." MIDDLE RIGHT: Mudrigzxls' Macho Men.
BOTTOM RIGIIT: "Hey Linda, show lhcm pearly whites!"
At Valley Christian High School, there
is a large music program. In Men's Cho-
rus, the basic fundamentals of music are
taught by our new music teacher, Mr.
Goedhart. The goal of this class is to learn
to appreciate music and to prepare some
ofthe students for A'cappella and perhaps
Madrigals. Their songs range from short
ones like "Wait for the Wagon" to "Song
in the Daytime," "I Sing the Mighty Pow-
er of God" and "The Tree Song." Al-
though they do not perform very often, the
group has improved throughout the year.
UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Gocdhart directing
thc choir. ABOVE: Men's Chorus in perfor-
mance at the Fall Choir Concert. MIDDLE
RIGHT: Jane Haringa tickling the keys.
ACROSS: The l980-l98l Men's Chorus.
Women s Chorus
Women's Chorus is an important part of Valley's music
program. In this class, the students learn the basics of
singing, music reading and blending their voices together.
The chorus's many hours of practice have paid off in suc-
cessful performances, such as the Fall Concert, Spring Con-
cert, a music festival and also in chapel. Under the guidance
ofa new leader, Mr. Goedhart, the group has completed
another fun and worth while year.
ABOVE LEFT: Wom-
cn's Chorus during ll
ABOVE: Fall Choir Con
cert performance with
llutiest Linda Offringa.
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ABOVE: Mr. Doornbos marches down the Bcllllowcr
Parade Roulc with the l98O-81 Crusader marching
band. RIGHT: Drum major, Roger Lovell, leads thc
band into competition.
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forming during halt' time, ABOVE: Band members getting
ready for the parade. MIDDLE RIGHT: Mr. Doornbos
directing the band during the Winter Band Concert.
ACROSS: Trumpets give solid brass sound.
The 1980-1981 Crusader Band had a very
exciting year. lt all started with a third place in
the Artesia Parade, and a place in the Bellflower
Parade. Their football half-time shows were
very unique and really showed the school spirit.
Their concerts were once again a success, and
the music played was an inspiration to all who
were there. The year was drawn to a close with
an exciting performance at Dodger Stadium, a
fun-filled Pops concert, and the annual Spring
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Stage Band and Pep Band
This year's pep and stage bands
have kept very busy. Since they are
relatively new groups, they are quite
often in popular demand. The pep
band was kept busy with the many
pep-rallies, football and basketball
games. The stage band had a big
variety of engagements this year.
They not only played at the concerts,
but also entertained at various other
programs. Everything considered, it
was a good year, and we will be look-
ing forward to hearing from them
ABOVE RIGHT: Faithful band members entertain the students at one
of thc many pep rallies. LOWER RIGHT: Under the direction of Mr
Doornbos, the pep band plays one of their favorite tunes Popeye
LOWER LEFT: Marty Doornbos adds a little excitement to a
If you can be at school at 7:15 in
the morning, be at church at 5:00,
and remember dress, gloves, and mu-
sic, you are a perfect candidate for
Valley's handbell choir. The choir is
made up of twelve dedicated girls
who have chosen to use their time
and talents to perform for church
services, and various other pro-
grams. Under the direction of Mr.
Doornbos, the handbell choir was
once again a huge success.
LOWER LEFT After many practices Mr. Doornbos directs with
confidence ABOVE Handbells perform at the annual Christmas Concert.
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"Promoting Spiritual Growth" was the goal of the
1980-81 Student Council. They did this in a variety of
ways. They started a Monday night Bible study, had
many Student Council chapels, and had a Spiritual Em-
phasis week. Besides all this, they provided the school
with mixers, movies, homecoming, spirit week, car rally,
and acar show. Thanks to the student council the every-
day school schedule was made a little less monotonous.
ABOVE RIGHT: Dena Crellin and Sue Vander Burg model their
Student Council shirts. ABOVE LEFT: Hearts and Flowers
Banquet decorations being prepared by Student Council members,
Shelece Draper and Carol Candiles.
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UP IN TREE: Clara Piersma, Linda Offringa, Loretta Ohls, Susie Gort. THIRD
ROW: Pete Horjus, Michele Patterson, Nick Brakband, Terry Smith, Susan
Knight, Melissa Mabry, Mr. Den Ouden. SECOND ROW: Diane Gritters, Brian
Scholte, Carol Candiles. FIRST ROW: Robert Voldase, Mary Beth Brown, Dena
Crellin, Sue Vander Burg, Shelece Draper.
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ABOVE LEFT: Student Council makes posters to keep the student
body informed about what is going on. ABOVE RIGHT: Student
Council has driven Loretta Ohls and Linda Offringzi up a tree.
MIDDLE LEFT: Terry Smith ages forty years at the Student
Council mixer. MIDDLE RIGHT: Susie Gort speaks on the steps
of GROWTH at a Student Council Chapel. BOTTOM LEFT:
Members of S,C. plan different activities for the future.
Annual is a bunch of dedicated students
having one ultimate goal-to get the year-
book completed. There are many headaches
and problems with taking pictures, writing
and rewriting copy, layouts, getting ads,
meeting deadlines and making sure everyth-
ing is perfect. With Mr. Ron Sjoerdsma as '
the advisor the annual tries to capture the
best moments of the year for everyone to
remember in years to come. But when they
look at the finished product after all the hard
work and the many times they were about to
give up are over, they know it was well worth E
it in the end.
TOP ROW: Jake Vander Vis, Ted De Groot. MIDDLE ROW: Joni Wigboldy, Susan
Veltman, Mary Postma, Kelli Sybesma, FRONT ROW: Lisa Hiemsta, Vickie Vander
Meulen, Kim Kredit, Michelle De Jong, Tonja Veltman, Laura Vander Molen, Valerie
Vande Vegte, Clara Piersma, Debbie Vander Ham, Kristi Scholten, Dana Arnston, Tracie
Baltzer, Helen Mathi.
UPPER RIGHT: Vickie Vander Meulen and Michelle De Jong selling old pictures and
annuals. CENTER: Dana Arnston working on one of her pages for the annual. RIGHT:
Valerie Vande Vegte, editor of the annual, working hard cleaning out her drawer.
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TOP ROW: Steve Simpson, Pete Horjus, Mike Allen,
Tim Angelus. MIDDLE ROW: Sandi Van Aalsburg,
Sara Hiemstra, Janna Wilson. BOTTOM ROW: Bob
Bishop, Shclece Draper, Mrs. Brouwer, Dave Griepsma,
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ing errors. UPPER RIGHT: Steve Hesson reaching for a
copy of the Gazette. LEFT: David Griepsma drawing
cartoons for the Gazette.
The gazette is in charge of getting the articles stu-
dents will be interested in reading. It comes out bi-
weekly and with the help of the editor, Michael Allen,
the Gazette is creative and keeps the student body
informed of things to come along with events that
have already taken place. Besides editorials, it has
sports, puzzles, hearing from classmates on what they
did over vacation and interviews with students. Mrs.
Brouwer is the advisor and puts her work and say so
into the Gazette as well. But along with the fun there
is also the rush to get the articles in for the next issue.
Every year the Gazette improves with age.
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Computer Math Club
Also known as the Computer Club, the Math Club has once
more played its part on Valley's campus. Mostly known for the
fritters and doughnuts they sell through the kitchen window at
break, they are an active club. Under the supervision of Mr. Le
Febre, they meet regularly in the computer room, learning how to
use and program computers and other things using math. With its
few, but dedicated members, the Computer Club works to im-
prove and update the equipment and just have a good time
UPPER RIGHT: Like most
Computer Math Club members,
.lohn De Vrics spends every sparc
moment in the computer room.
ABOVE: Break time is thc life
blood of the Computer Math
LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Jernigan, Randy De Weerd, Kevin Smith, Judi Laninga, John De Vries, Mr. Le Febre, Richard
Bollom, Dave Walhof, Michael Klaassen.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Doug Quast, Rick Hoting, Rev. Knowles-coach, Ron Vander Dusscn,
Craig Wheeler. SITTING: Dave Griffin, Rich Bollom.
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"Checkmate!" the traditional announcement
of victory in chess, can be heard almost any
noon in Rev. Knowles room, who is the club's
sponsor. Each year a champion is named as a
result of tournaments that have been played
throughout the year. This is the first year Valley
has played in any tournaments outside the
school system. The Chess Club now belongs to
the Southern Chess League. The league consists
of five near by public schools and Valley. During
the Christmas vacation Valley took part in an
area tournament directed by the Los Angeles
Times. Through it all chess is a good way to
exercise the mind while having fun.
ABOVE: Rev. Knowles watching Philip Bollom playing chess KPN
TER: The members ofthe chess club in deep concentration. ACROSS
During noon the chess games begin.
Flashy smiles, heads held high,
and marching with confidence are all
qualities of a good drill team. The
1980-1981 Valley Drill Team fits
that description perfectly. They
show their school spirit and school
pride while marching behind the
band in parades, and by performing
with them at half-time shows. Their
hard efforts were well rewarded
when they placed first in the Artesia
Parade. Under the leadership ofco-
captains, Laura Mouw and Kay Vos,
the Crusader Drill Team has worked
hard and pulled together to put forth
the true spirit of VCHS.
FRONT ROW: Mary Mouw, Kim Krcdil, Kay Vos, Michelle Schilling, Jill M irkus SECOND ROW Cindy Cn Jssen l.1ur1 Mouw Julie
Stoub. THIRD ROW: Dianne Grittcrs, Susan Draght, Janna Vandcrgrlft Susan Veltman Lisa Kolberg BACK ROW Paige Krtdit
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Left, left, left, right, left. MIDDLE LEFT:
Performing for pep-rallies is so much fun.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Atten. Hut! Forward
march! LOWER LEFT: Drill team moves
from a classic pinwheel to a chorus line.
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UPPER RIGHT: Performing at the
Bellflower Parade. ABOVE: A Pep
Rally performance by the Flag Girls.
ACROSS: The 1980-8l Flag Girls. G
The 1980-1981 Flag Squad again followed in the tradition of spirit and
quality, set forth in previous years. Their hard work and determination
were rewarded with a fourth place at camp, and a third place at the
Artesia Parade. Though any one of them will tell you it was a lot of work,
and very time consuming, the new friendships started, and the old ones
reaffirmed made it all worth while. A highlight of the year, was perform-
ing at Dodger Stadium, which ended the season with a bang. Flag was a
very special experience that will always be cherished in the hearts of those
who were involved.
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Rah, Rah, Rah!" MIDDLE LEFT: Kicking back
before the Big Game. ABOVE: "Oh well, maybe
next time!" ACROSS: Cheering thc Basketball
LEFT: "Hail our Alma Malcr, Valley
AFROSS: The varsity cheerleaders doing
one oftheir many stunts. BELOW: The Varsi-
ty Cheerleaders showing their school spirit.
CENTER: Lynette Finley doing one of their
many cheers. LOWER LEFT: Pam Procter
and .lunis Tiemeyer cheering during a pep
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TOP TO BOTTOM: Gloria Meneses. Wendy Sakoda, Susan Knight, Pam Proc-
tor, Lynette Finley, .lanis Tiemeyer,
After school practicing, preparing for pep rallies,
planning treats and parties for the players, making signs,
going to camp, and just plain hard work is all common in
the life of Valley's varsity cheerleaders. From the ten-
sion and worry of tryouts to the giggling late nights at
camp, to the running around trying to organize this, that,
and everything, cheerleading is a great way to have fun
and get in shape at the same time. The Varsity cheer-
leaders have tried very hard this year to promote school
spirit, and they deserve a big hand. Cheerleading may
sound difficult, but none of them would have missed it
UPPER RIGHT: The l9X0-Xl Varsity
X cheerleaders. ABOVE: Susan Knight
showing off her school spirit,
ACROSS: Gloria Menescs. Pam Proc-
tor. Wendy Sakoda and Susan Knight
during one of their cheers: "We are
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Although they are only underclassmen,
the six girls who make up the .I.V. cheer-
leading squad have enough spirit and hap-
piness to match anyone. Besides cheering
the .I.V. teams on to victory, they lend
their smiles and enthusiasm into getting
the crowd prepared for the varsity game.
Their special quality for brightening ev-
erything up is one to be greatly admired. A
big thank you to all the J.V. cheerleaders
for a job well done.
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TOP RIGHT: "We'vc got spirit, how about you?" LEFT: Our team is
CLOCKWISEZ Joni' Broersma, Nikki Vandcsteeg, Laura Westra Rachelle
Ricnstra, Cyndie Van Weerthuizen, Alisa Zastrow
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To smile and show spirit in competition when you are
the leaders is no easy task, considering the signs are
heavier than they look. But these six girls, who make up
the ldentification Unit, step off to lead the Crusader
Band at every parade. Besides looking good, and making
a lasting impression of what Valley is, these girls have a
big job. They have to keep the band and flag, and drill
team in a straight line with precise spacing between each
person. Along with parades, I.D. performs with the drill
team at half-time shows.
' ABOVE LEFT: Cathi Dc Vries,
RIGHT: The I.D. unit prepares to
begin the Bellflower Parade.
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Brenda behenk. Bonnie Liritters, Latin De vires, wily.. V ci....an, Tv1g..g..ret lztehu K
I,D. head. leads the Bellflower Pa-
rade with lhe I.D. unit. ABOVE
The Motheris Club is a group of ladies who have
children attending the Bellflower Schools, and who
are willing to give their time and effort to make it a
better place. Led under their president, Mrs. Eloise
Bos, the Mother's Club puts together such projects
as the Harvest Festival, a Christmas Boutique and
other fund raisers to support our schools. The mon-
ey they raise helps to pay for needed appliances in
the Home-Ec room, helping the Seniors to pay for
their "Grad-night" and many other things. We
would like to thank these ladies for their efforts and
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UPPER RIGHT: Grandma's Attic where you can find every little thing your 'H
heart desires. MIDDLE: Mothers are busy shopping for Christmas. BELOW
LEFT: Santa's helpers at Kris Kringle's corner. LOWER RIGHT: Serving at
thc Harvest Festival is another one of the Mother's Club's many projects.
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Many of the fathers at Valley are concerned about the
support of our school. They set up fund raisers to support
the Athletic Department at Valley. Among these is the
famous "Turkey and Ham" sales during the holiday
season. The fathers also take turns working in the can-
teen during the Friday night football games. As all thc
football fans could see, a great improvement was made
as the stands were refurnished. A new canteen and rest-
room facilities were put in, thanks to the Boosters. This
club also puts on and supports the annual Letterman's
Banquet in honor of the Boy's Athletic Department. We
students at Valley would like to give a great big "Thank
You", to the entire Booster's Club, for giving the Athle-
tic Department so much support.
TOP LEFT: Harold Van Duyn offers an opinion to
Virg Dc Vries and John VanEssen. MIDDLE LEFT:
Harold James and Orval Markus listen intensely to
Harold Van Duyn's plans. MIDDLE RIGHT: Miss
Schutten checks possibilities for spending Booster's
Club money on girls athletics with Doug James.
ACROSS: Mr. Wunderly discusses football lighting
with Virg Dc Vries.
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Michael Allen Tim Angelus Heather Baker
Kari Anderson Cheryl Attema Trish Barth
TOP: Brad O'Brien and Harry Daglas waiting in line for
"Olie Bollenf' ABOVE: Sandi Candiles and Robin
Kurka ready to go home after a long day of school.
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Charles De Kruyf Marty Doornbos
Cathi De Vries Marvin Duty
John Dc Vries Kristy Fair
Randall De Weerd Regina Faleioni
Donna De Yager Elbert Gaither
TOP: "The Three Bears." ABOVE: Nick Brakband
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Susie Gort Greg Hendrickson Vincent Johnson
Kenneth Gregory Lisa Hiemstra Lisa Juhasz
Harold Groen Tishawn Humber Michael Klaassen
Michael Hannenburg Leslie Irving Susan Knight
Holly Harris Rhonda Jefford Darlene Kline
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CLOCKWISE: Treasurer: Gary Van Den Berg, Secretary: Carmen Cole, President: Rob
Van Duyn, Vicc President: Dave Brouwer.
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Jeffrey Anema Sheryl Bakker Carl Blake Sabrina Bos
Lucille Anes Tracie Baltzer Richard Bollom Debra Boston
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TOP: Dennis Vogel and Dave Hecox messing around
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Cindy Davis Burton Dirkse Alisha Gosliga
Crystal Dearborn Suzanne Dragt Rebecca Gravell
Lori De Bie Sammuel Fey Saritha Gray
Brenda De Boer Julie Fotis David Griffin
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David Polley Richard Roodzant UNC- Sharla Solsma
Alison Price Oscar Sanchez Tom Staal
Doug Quast Kristi Scholten Erik Stockin
Chaney Reed Lisa Scgaar Lisa Struiksma
Elizabeth Poland Troy Riemersma
Brian Pollcma Carolyn Rietveld
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Allyson Vander Brock Wendy Vander Vis James Van Munster
Susan Vandcrburg Alethea Vander Waal Tammy Varner
James Vander Dusscn Cathy Vander Wal Linda Vcllman
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Douglas Schenk Rebecca Sorensen
Brian Scholte Martha Stolk
Lance Shipley Steven Takekoshi
Jill Shorter James Taylor
Robin Simon Katherine Tellez
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Kimberly Thompson Jayne Van Hofwegen James Walhof
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On June 10, something special happened at New Life Community
Church. Friends and relatives looked on as the eighth grade gradu-
ated into the world of high school. The speaker forthe exercises was
Dr. Bootsma. After a few songs by the graduates, the eagerly await-
ed moment arrived. The diplomas were handed out, and the class of
1985 was presented. The evening proved to be memorable for all.
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LEFT: Curt Dc Groot rcceivcs his diploma. BELOW: The graduates await the bc
sealed" signal. LOWER LEFT: Mr. Marvin Struiksmu represents thc board in the
conferring of diplomas. LOWER RIGHT: Billy Keller speaks for his class
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BACK ROW: Cheryl Cnossen, Kim Kiel. Michelle Mursellc, Gary Overgaaiuw, Murvin Vunderwerli. .lnn Wilson. Pnul Vellemn. Cindy Vain Munster. De
Ann Doornbos, .ludy Boerigler. SECOND ROW: .lohn Vunderelsl. Shannon Garrett, Dinne .lel'l'ord. Renee Bominelje. Debbie Terpslrn. Nnllinn Vnnde
Brzike, Chris bhziller, Mnry llolhol, Mr. Krommendyk. l'RONT ROW: Derrick Rundle, Tony Yozikuin. Chuck lernignn Ron Kols liddie Kornoeljzi.
Michelle Overduin. .lel'Ii Doornbos. Troy Vnn Leewwen, ABSISNTZ Marty Kirkpnlrick. Raymond Wind. 1 i"' .
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Lnuren Suflirin. Pnni Vain Diesl, SECOND ROW: l.ori Phillips, Barb Aisner, Robert Vnn lleynigen.Sz1ndr1i Turner. Corey Bounin. .lured llubbnrd. Kirk
Teniplemnn, Tninmy Vnnderkzunp. Yvonne Koopinnns. FRONT ROW: Dnrrin Johnson. Mutt Mnllnrs. Dezin Kuvelis. Bnrb Boolsnin. Arlene KO0lSlI'il. lad
Paiul, Billy Keller. Doug De Vries. Kelly Vos, Mr, Steenslrn.
BACK ROW: Brent lirvin. Annemarie Nahkla. Cathy Vander Ploeg. Brad Bishop. .lefl'Struiksma. James DeKoekkoek..lol1n Biedebaeh. Dwayne Williams.
fiary Daly. SECOND ROW: Sherrie Walker, Debbie T1llCl1llll'.SC2lfl Ciesa. Martha Mulder. ,lohn Zeller. Al lten, Chris Korsgaden. .lulie Stuit, Stephanie
llartog. lisa Vos. l-'RONT ROW: Philip Miller, April llnI'l'man. George Vander Witte, ,lohnie Clemens. Stephanie Sussoev. Kara lloeksema. Alan De
Weerd. Alden lfreneh, Greg Cox. fvlr. Slager. ABSIQNT: Becky Schilling,
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BACK ROW: lleanne Andringa, Dawn Van Meeteren. Alan Mulder. Tammy lleinsma. Michelle Delong, Roy Klaascn. Kim Reeker, Nancy Van Dyk.
Delari lfnlts. SISCON D ROW: Wes Nance, lien Gray. .lulie Keuning. Tony Pusehkar. Richard Vande Vegte. l.isa Verkaik. Scott Youngren. Carla Warren.
Nlr. lioerigter. l'RON'l' ROW: Andy Sybesma. Mark Lane. linnis Finley, Greg Miller. Robin Jones. .lel'l' Stoub. ABSENT: Kim Duimstra,
BACK ROW: Iirika Johnson. Sarah Tcuncsscn. .lohn Vandcrplocg. Lisa Vrugma, John Box, liric Ilockslra. Jeff Hogan. Kclly Shorlur, SIQCOND ROW:
.lohn Karlcnhocvcn, Dora Rucac. Paul Thc, Rcnc Duran, Laura lloguc.'I'amn1yCirool, Sharon Wigboldy. Miko foclcway,,lN1ra.Slcgcrs. l'RO3-'I' ROXX:
Carol Poland, Casxandra Pcrrodin. Randy Ancma. Darrel Cirocn. Missy Hogan. Susan Arnlmon,
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BACK ROWi Dcbbic Vander Plax. liric Cilovcr, Andy Millcr, Gail Brunsling, Ricky BOI11,SCUll Kroxwhull. .locl Naglc. SIQVONIJ ROW: .lUfCL'SiI1lUI1N,
Jeff Millcr, Ron Vandc Vcglc, Doug Inari, Cathy R00dl1lI1l.TLlllHNj Hcmphill, Lcslic Dykmlra. N1r.'l'cunc. FRONT RUVN: Robcrl Igorrux, ,lllllkf SIIHIR,
Kcri Dcllingcr, Jcfl' Vandcrbcrg. Rodney Bowman. Krixla Scholtcn. ABSIQNTZ Sandy xvitlfxlllil, Cobi Ruud, Paul Briggx. l loyd Us Jong. Daw Iann,
BACK ROW: Mike Mulder, Marlene Bos. Corinna De Young, Cam Vander Ark, Chris Barnes, Denise Rodenhuis, Mary Ann Vanderburg, Dale Lane,
Nikki Cambell. SECOND ROW: Kurt Miller, Wynnettc Hoeksema, David Beukelman, Tracy Hood, Mike Ver Stceg, T0by.GiIlies. Cindy Gray, Danna
Finley, Mrs. Pelham. FRONT ROW: Noelle Hecox, Erin Barr, Jim Dekker, Karen Bos, Kristi Snapper, Chad Vander Meulen, Scott Zastrow, David
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at the office. ABOVE: Little
scientists busy at work.
RIGHT: Working hard in histo-
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BACK ROW: Anita Seholte. Stephanie Dixon. Ruby Riehards. lirin Dann. Donna Polleniai liill Vander Molen. ,lininiy Randall, Trieia Poelstra. Xlarlt
Vander Sys, SIQCOND ROW: Toni Lanninga. Tint Slegers, Ciharled Ciaither. Ryan Rienstra. Sheryl Kooiman. Kurt Dykstra. Mike De Master. .Iohn
Roersnia. Brian liiedebaeh. lisa Nahkla. Miss Ilanistra, l-'RONT ROW: Susan Bosnia. Christy .'Xill'CI1il0il. T3 lougee. Steve Ktirtenlioven. Nlarla
llienistra. Randall 'l'alsnia. Arie Miller. lirie liriekhouse. Q V
BACK ROW: Cwilerinftrtiiksiiizt. lirie Geddes, Shelly Dantuma. Rhonda llaagsma. Scott De Jong. Karen Takekoshi, Melissa Koldenhoven. Patricia
Reitsnia, Rory lzll1s.Sl1C ODD ROW1 Susan Segaar, Robbie Vande Steeg, Miehelle Zylstra, Darian Sehoolmeester, .lel'l' Westra. Rob Koopmans. Kevin
Kline. Blrent Vandenberg. l-RONT ROW: Kylan llumber. Leilonie Sadorra. Charlotte Verkaik. Darren Mesnian. Brian Dykstra. Sallx' Norlund, Mrs.
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BACK ROW: Stacy Algra. Leslie Van Weerthuizen. Gerald Vanderburg, Cheri Stuit. Rob Wiclcnga, Christie Riemcrsma, Mandy llockstra. Tonya
VanderArk. THIRD ROW: Dayna Todd. Andy Hoekstra, .lcll lfluck, Russell Rottigni, Danny Keuning, .lohn Dantuma. Aron Rcppmann. SECOND
ROW: I,ars Johnson, Debbie l.illll1lH..lCf1l'ly Piersma. Matt Warren. Darren Wybcnga. Rob Van lick. Ryan Van Duyn. FRONT ROW: Mr. Wind. liric
Seheenstra. Michelle Van Kelcerix. Rick Westra, Darin Van Meeteren, Kayla Koopman. Beth Kredit. Travis Bondc.
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BACK ROW: Ed l.emus. Shelly Scholtcn. Tim Dc Koekkoek. Scott Hcinsma, Nicole Magner, Don Mulder. liric Walhof. Melanie CQIQTHIRD ROW:
Brian Templeman. Brian Taielaar. Krisha llarms. Mike Falcioni, John Kim, Bryan Dykstra, Gary Miller. SECOND ROW: Vonda Solsma, Kclly
Scholten. Kim Riemcrsma, Denise Struiksma, Sharon Overduin, Sharon Van Bruggen. Brad Van Meetcren. FRONT ROW1 Mrs. Wright, David
Vellema. Daniel Zeller. Tim lishclman. Donavon Grocn, Lisa Klein, .lennilcr Smith.
BACK ROW: DeAnn Groot. Michael Zylslra, Michelle Vanden Bos, Kim De Kleer. Karin De Groot, Rhonda Verhoevcn. Sandy Van Munster. THIRD
ROW: .lefli King. Dean Aardema. Chris Vanden Berg. Lisa Fellows, Brian Palmer, Frank Knauss, Jana Boerigter. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Bol, David
Bos, Darren Sloub. Brian Kornoelje, Wendy Shadwiek. Kelli Kline. l,aurel llemphill, Janelle Mc lmyre. FRONT ROW: Leanne Veldhui7en, ,lenny
Sliurllil'l'. Desirea Sloekslill. Velanie Gray. Sandra Salib. L
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BACK ROW: Mary Brunsling. Steven Van Diest, Sehyler Barnes, Sonja lnge, Jonathan Nagel, Rolynn Rienstra. Rob Van Noord, THIRD ROW: Amy
Van l,eeuwen. Cindy Terpstra, Keith Anema, Tom llogan. Deanna Groen. Wendy Nance, .lill Slatton. SECOND ROW: Mr. Vander Dussen. Darren
Ilogan. Todd Hood. l-'lorenee De Vries. Andrea Liberali. Debby Vandcrkamp. Jason Price, Heidi Wiersma. FRONT ROW: Pam Wigboldy, Randy De
Boer. Robert Vegler, Darlene Thomas. .lim Vander Sys. Dawn Beukelman.
BACK ROW: Mark Duimstra, Kristin Stuiksma, Tina Vander Ploeg, Demetrius Comeaux, .lon Slager, Thomas Richardson. THIRD ROW: Brad
Vandenberg, Paul Bootsma, Sammy Sybesma, Lori Klein, Rick Dykstra, Monica Edmonds, Duane De Boer, SECOND ROW: Sharla Wybenga, Erika
Barnes. Maryann Vander Vis, Mark Kortenhoeven, Tom Sehipper, Curt Bouma. FRONT ROW: Miss Dc Kreek, David Nakhla, Kraig Sloan, .leremy
Johnson, .lana Tanis, Melanie Van Woudenberg. Andrew Davis.
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BACK ROW: Chad Vander llam, Billy Wilber. Bergen Culver, Arthur De Jong, Brian Bosma, Cameron Mitchell, Catherine Burke, Rachel Hogan, Lynette
Peterson. SECOND ROW: .lason Andriese, Chad Gillies, Brad Fieldhouse, Matt Youngrcn, Lydia Reno, Tim Elliott, Scott Evanskey. Renae Groen, .luli
Davenport. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Den Ouden, Cari De Bie, Mark Myhre, Brian Gray, Shawn Hickling, Ron lliemstra, Keith Flikkema. Paul Nakhla. .loey
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BACK ROW: Grct Ophorst. Greg Anema, Tommy Heinsma, .lacob Wiersma, Karen Hogan. THIRD ROW1 Ruth Zeller, Sonja Tjaarda, David Ifieldhouse.
Brian Hogan, Jeff Klein, Mandy Bouma. SECOND ROW: Darren Brickhouse, Donnella De Boer, Darla Ver Steeg. Valerie Wigboldy. Andrea Armstrong.
Philip Nakhla, Timmy Waseher, FRONT ROW: Mrs. Aasen, James Schipper, Branden Gambino, Brenda Kots, Christy Van Duyn, Billy Garner, ,lill
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BACK ROW: Billy Van Otterloo, Ryan Kooistra, Jason Verhoeven, Kelley Bradley, Julie Thomas. THIRD ROW: Apryl Van Boven, Evva I.ynn Auman,
I.ori Klaassen, Kim Mouw, David Slegers, Frank Watkins. SECOND ROW: Andrea Palmer, Susan Bakker, Daniel Hibma, Jody Slatton, Tracy Nagel.
David Aardema, Seth Price. FIRST ROW: Mrs. C0rbin,Tiffany Iishelman, Kathy Fellows. Kevin Hoogeveen, Matt Robertson, Matthew Ifickle. Erie Salib.
BACK ROW: .lason Vanden Bos. Michelle Hornback. Matt Nichols, Robert Mitchell, Cheryl Vander Kamp. Keith Kline, libony Cireeg. TlllRD ROW:
Jason Shurtlil't'. Cienia Mays. l.isa Bohne. Rick Dykhouse. Kim livans. Tim Sloane, Danelle Dykstra. Sherri Bakker. SECOND ROW: M rs. .lan Vanderburg,
Keri Wybenga. Sherilyn Bansburg. Carol Overduin, Chad Bomgaars. Reuben Ophorst. Scott Hunter. Jett' Westra. J ustin Daniel. Richard leilenga. Mrs,
Joyce Wybenga. FIRST ROW: Jennifer Johnson. Vu Nguyen, Matt Johnson, Michael Nance, Michael Zwart. Harold Biemold. Tammy De Vries. Jennil'er
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BACK ROW: Mrs. Jan Vandenburg. Marie Aardema. Bradley Tiemcyer. Kyle Annema. Sally Den llartog. Eric Vanden Brock. Tanya Draayer. Anna
Slager. Stephanie Streelman, Mrs, Joyce Wybenga, THIRD ROW: Brenda l.aman, David Abbot, Barbara Sjoerdsma. Peter Pickee. Dennis Vanden Berg.
Gideon Choi, lilizabeth Cltristollels, Ryan Van Woudenberg, Laura Aquilla. SECOND ROW: Joel Fluck. Jennifer Wells. Meridith limmons. Kristen
Wunderly. Brooks Morris, Jeremy Peyton. Kristi Valentine. Mitchell Milner. FIRST ROW1Cam Wink. Brett De Bic, Derek Gray. .lonathan Alll'CI1ll0ll.
Kindergarden Graduation 'G
The cameras flashedg the speakers delivered elo-
quent speechesg the students performedg and the
school board presented diplomas. Everything was
as a graduation should be except for the fact that
the graduates were four feet tall and five and six
years old. Again in 1981, Mrs. Vanderburg, with
the assistance of Mrs. Wybenga, led her kindergar-
deners through a precise program - this year's
theme was "lt's a Small Worldf, The high school
chapel was packed with devoted relatives who
watched 59 children complete the first step on the
long education road.
TOP RIGHT: The little French girls entertained the
audience with a French dance and song. LOWER LEFT:
Mrs. Wybenga,.waits to bring the Japenese performers their
props. LOWER RIGHT: Different nationalities discuss
"politics" before the program.
TOP LEFT: Joel Fluck walking in procession onto the stage. LOWER LEFT:
Presenting thc kindergarden graduating class of "l98l." LOWER RIGHT: Mrs.
Vanderburg walks the children onto the stage. TOP RIGHT: Kristin Wunderly receives
her diploma to go onto the first grade.
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DANA MARIA ANDRE
Gazette 10, l13GAA 9, 10, 113 Girls' Cho-
rus 9, 10, 113 Drill Team 10, 113 Track
Stat 10, ll.
KIMBERLY ANNE BARTH
JV Softball 113 Girls' Chorus 93 GAA 13
Tutor 123 Ski Club 123 Flag 123 Powder
Puff ll, 12.
SHARON MARIE BOTHOF
Gazette 11, 123 GAA 10, ll, 123 A'Cap-
pella l21 Girls' Chorus 9, 10, 113 Library
Aide 123 Student Aide 123 Powder Puff
10, 11, 123 Track Stat 11, 123 Bowling
RANDALL MARK BOUMAN
JEANINE BETH BRANDS
Class Pres. 9, 10, 11, l2Q Frosh Volleyball
93 JV Volleyball 103 Var. Volleyball 113
Student- Council 9, 103 Honor Roll 103
Honor Society ll, 123 Madrigals ll, 123
Ski Club 123 I.D. 103 Flag 11, I2-headg
Freshmen Homecoming Princess 93
Speech St Music Festival 9, 103 Senior
Play 12, Powder Puff 123 Graduation Es-
cort 113 JV Baseball Stat 9, 103 Var. Base-
ball ll3 Var. Volleyball Stat 10, 123 Girls'
Var. Basketball Stat 10.
DAVID ALAN BUSH
JV Baseball 9, 103 Var. Baseball 1, 12,
Frosh Basketball 9g JV Basketball 103 Var.
Basketball ll, 123 Frosh Football 93 JV
Football 103 Honor Roll 9, 103 Honor So-
ciety ll, 123 Band 93 Varsity Club ll, 123
Ski Club 12-Pres.3 A'Cappella 123 Home-
coming Escort ll3 Graduation Escort ll.
YVONNE CARMEN CAPPS
Band 9, 10, 11, iz.
Senior Biographies 3
RICHARD ALLEN CNOSSEN
Frosh Football 93 JV Football 103 Var.
Soccer ll, 123 JV Baseball 93 Student
Council 11: Honor Roll 9, 103 Honor Soci-
ety ll, 123 Varsity Club 123 Ski Club 12-
Sec.3 Tennis Team 123 A'Cappella 123
Men's Chorus 10.
JOHN MARTIN DOORNBOS
DEBBIE KAY FEY
Gazette 10, 113 GAA 9, 103 Tutor 9, 103
A'Cappella 123 Girls' Chorus 9, 10, 113
Library Aide 123 Senior Play 123 Powder
Puff 10, 12: JV Volleyball Stat 9, 10.
LYNETTE LEE FINLEY
JV Softball 10, 113 Gazette 123 GAA 10,
113 FHA 9g Ski Club 123 Girls, Chorus 113
Drill Team 103 Var. Cheerleader 123 Sen-
ior Play l23 Student Aide ll, 123 Powder
Puff ll, 123 Frosh Football Stat 93 Bowl-
ing Club 10.
GARY DEAN FLIETSTRA
JV Soccer ll, Tennis Team 123 A'Cap-
pella ll, 123 Madrigals 123 Band 9, 10, 11,
123 Library Aide 93 Speech 84 Music Festi-
val 103 Frosh Football Manager 9.
DAVID WARREN GRIEPSMA
Frosh Basketball 93 Var. Cross Country
113 Math Club 9, 10, ll, 123 Gazette 11,
123 Varsity Club 11, 123 A'Capella 123
Men's Chorus I1.
CINTHIA KAY GROEN
Frosh Volleyball 93 JV Volleyball 103 Var.
Volleyball 11, 123 JV Softball 93 Var. Soft-
ball 10, 11, 123 Honor Roll 93 Honor Soci-
ety 10, ll, 123 GAA 9, 10, 11, 123 Band 9,
103 JV Cheerleading 103 Girls' Var. Bas-
ketball Stat 12.
JEFFREY ROLLINGS HALE
Powder Puff 123 Homecoming Senior
SCOTT HOWARD HENDRICKSEN
STEPHEN MARK HESSON
Frosh Football 93 JV Football 103 Var.
Football 123 Frosh Soccer 93 JV Track 9,
103 Hiking Club 103 Men's Chorus 12.
RICHARD ALLAN HIEMSTRA
PETER EVERT HORJUS
Frosh Tres. 93 Frosh Football 9g Frosh
Basketball 93 JV Basketball 10, 113 Var.
Basketball 123 Var. Baseball 1, 123 ASB
Tres. 123 Honor Roll 9, 103 Honor Society
Il, 123 Gazette 10, ll, 123 Men's Chorus
93 Senior Play 123 Homecoming Escort 123
Powder Puff Cheerleader 12.
JAMES T. HUTCHISON
MICHAEL DAVID JOHNSON
Var. Basketball ll, 12.
KIM BONNIE KIMM
Frosh Volleyball 9: JV Volleyball 10, 113
Var. Volleyball 123 JV Basketball 9, 103
Var. Basketball 11, 123 GAA 9, 10, 11, 123
Girls, Chorus 9, 103 Frosh Football Stat 93
JV Football Stat 10, 113 Var. Volleyball
Stat 9, 10, 113 Var. Softball Stat 9g Var.
Volleyball Manager 11.
PAMELA GRACE KLEIN
Var. Track l0Q Girls' Chorus 9, 103 GAA
103 Bowling Club 93 Honor Roll 93 A'Cap-
pella 123 Office Aide 123 Girls' Var. Bas-
ketball Stat 113 Powder Puff 10, 11.
JACQUELINE ANTONETTE KLINE
Var. Track 103 GAA 9, 103 Ski Club 123
Girls' Chorus 113 Drill Team 9, 103 Li-
brary Aide 123 Powder Puff 11, 12.
BRENDA KAY KOLDENHOVEN
GAA ll, 123 Girls' Chorus 9, 103 Library
Aide 11, 123 Office Aide 123 Powder Puff
10, 123 Track Stat 11, 12.
KIMBERLY ANN KOOPMAN
Frosh Volleyball 93 Honor Roll 9, 103
Honor Society 11, 12. GAA 9, 10, 113 Ski
Club 123 Girls' Chorus 9, 10, 113 Powder
Puff 10, 11, 123 Frosh Boys' Basketball
Stat 9, 103 Var. Boys' Basketball Stat 11,
123 Frosh Football Stat 93 JV Football
Stat 103 Var. Football Stat 12.
WILLIAM GERALD LAMBOOY'
12 years '
Frosh Basketball 93 JV Basketball 103
Math Club 9g Ski Club 1 1, 123 A'Cappel1a
ii, 123 Madrigals ii, 12.
LORETTA MAY LANINGA
Frosh Volleyball 93 JV Girls' Basketball 9,
113 Var. Softball 10, 11, 123 GAA 9, 10,
11, 123 Band 9,10,l13Handbel1s10, ll,
123 Powder Puff 103 JV Volleyball Stat 103
JV Girls' Basketball Stat 10.
4 years ' V
Honor Roll 93 Tennis Team '123 A'Cap-
pella 123 Band 9, 10, 11, 12-Drum Majorg
Fall Play 113 Senior Play 12: Speech 8:
Music Festival 11, 123
DAVID JAY MARKUS
JV Football 93 Var. Football 10, ll, 123
Frosh Soccer 93 Var. Soccer 10, 11, 123 JV
Track 93 Var. Track 10, 113 Men's Chorus
ll, Powder Puff Coach ll-head.
LANCE PAUL MERRILL
Frosh Football 93 Frosh Soccer 93 JV Soc-
cer 103 Var. Soccer 11, 123 JV Track 103
Tennis Team 123 Varsity Club 11, 12. Ski
Club 12-Vice Pres. Men's Chorus 12.
LAURA PAYE MOUW
Var. Track 103 Honor Roll 9, 103 Annual
Staff 10, 113 GAA 9, 10, 113 Drill Team 9,
10, 11-Lieutenant, 12-Co-Captain3 Senior
Play 123 Powder Puff 10, 1 1, 123 Speech 84
Music Festival 9, 103 Frosh Boys' Basket-
ball Stat 93 JV Boys' Basketball Stat 103
Var. Boys' Basketball Stat 11, 12.
TIMOTHY JON NELSON
Transferred from Katella High Schoolg
Honor Society 11, 12.
LIN DA KAY OFFRINGA
Student Council 123 Honor Society 10, 1 1,
123 Honor Roll 93 A'Cappella 11, 123 Band
9, 10, 11-Drum Major, 123 Senior Play 123
Powder Puff 11, 123 Co-Salutorian 12.
LORETTA DAWN OH LS
JV Volleyball 10, 1 lg Frosh Girls' Basket-
ball 93 JV Girls' Basketball 103 JV Softball
9, 103 GAA 9, 10, 113 Student Council 12-
Sec.3 Ski Club 123 A'Cappella 11, 123
Girls' Chorus 103 Library Aide 10, 113 Jr.-
Sr. Banquet Mistress of Ceremonies 113
Powder Puff 11, 123 Var. Volleyball Stat
10, 113 Var. Football Stat 123 Var. Girls'
Basketball Stat 10.
JENNIFER REBECCA O'NEILL
Honor Roll 93 Honor Society 10, ll, 123
Gazette 103 Science Club 9, 103 Girls'
Chorus 9, l 1.
COLLEEN JOY OVERGAUW
Class Officer ll-Tres.3 Var. Track 9, 10,
11, 123 JV Volleyball 113 Student Council
103 Honor Roll 9, 103 Honor Society 11,
123GAA 9, 10, ll, 123 Ski Club 9,10,1l,
123 Band 9, 10, 113 Girls' Chorus 103 JV
Cheerleader 9, 103 Powder Puff 10, 11, 12.
MICHELE MARIE PATTERSON
Var. Cross Country 103 Var. Girls' Track
103 Student Council 123 Honor Roll 9, 103
Honor Society 11, 123 GAA 103 Ski Club
123 Girls' Chorus 9, 10, 113 Flagg Powder
Puff ll, 12.
CLARA INGRID PIERSMA
Class Officer 12-Tres.3 JV Volleyball 93
Var. Volleyball 10, ll, 123 JV Girls' Bas-
ketball 93 Var. Girls' Basketball 10, ll, 123
JV Softball 93 Var. Track 10, ll, 123 Hon-
or Roll 93 Honor Society 10, 11, 123 Stu-
dent Council l23 Annual Staff 11, 123
GAA 9, 10, 11, 12-Pres.3 Ski Club 123
Girls' Chorus 93 Senior Play 123 Student
LINDA BETH PRINS
Frosh Volleyball 93 Student Council 103
GAA 93 Ski Club 10, 11, 123 A'Cappella
11, 123 Madrigals Il, 123 Girls' Chorus 9,
103 Flag 11, 123 Senior Play 123 Home-
coming Quecn 123 Powder Puff 10, 11, 123
Speech 84 Music Festival 9, 103 JV Foot-
ball Stat 9, 103 Var. Baseball Stat 11, 123
Var. Track Stat 10.
PAMELA JO PROCTOR
Var. Track 103 Honor Roll 93 GAA 103 Ski
Club 11, 123 Tennis Team 123 Girls' Cho-
rus 93 Drill Team 103 Var. Cheerleader 11,
123 Powder Puff 10, 11, 12.
RHONDA RENAE RIENSTRA
Class Officer Sec.9,10,1l, 123 JV Volley-
ball 9. IO: Var. Volleyball 1 1, 123 JV Soft-
ball 9, 103 Var Softball 1 1, 123 Honor Roll
93 Honor Society 10, ll, 123 GAA 9, 10,
ll, 12-Sec.3 Ski Club 123 A'Cappella ll,
123 Band 9, 10, 11, 123 Girls' Chorus 103
Senior Play 123 Sophomore Homecoming
Princess 103 Speech 8a Music Festival 9,
103 Frosh Boys' Basketball Stat 93 JV
Boys' Basketball Stat 10, 113 Var. Boys'
Basketball Stat 123 Chapel Accompanist
10, ll, 123 Valedictorian 12.
GERLYS MARIA ROSALES
Honor Society 1 1, 123 Girls' Chorus 9, IO,
DAN ALAN RUDOLPH
STEPHANIE YOSHIMI SAKODA
JV Girls' Basketball 9, 103 GAA 9, 103
Drill Team 9, 10, ll,
LISA ANN SANTIAGO
Ski Club 123 Girls' Chorus 9, IO, 113 Drill
PATTI ANN SCHELHAAS
Class Officer 9-Vice Pres.3 Girls' Chorus
9, 103 Gazette 103 Bowling Club 9, 10.
DAVE LEE SCHOLTEN
JV Football 9, 103 Var. Football ll, 123
Frosh Soccer 93 JV Soccer 103 Var. Soccer
11, 123 Honor Roll 93 Honor Society 10,
11, IZQ A'Cappella ll, 123 Men's Chorus
MELANIE SUE SHAW
Honor Society 123 Outdoors Club 123 Ski
Club 123 A'Cappella 123 Girls' Chorus 1 1.
STEVEN GREGORY SIMPSON
Frosh Football 9g JV Football 103 Var.
Football 11, 123 Frosh Soccer 9g JV Soccer
10, ll, Gazette 123 Men's Chorus ll.
CAM ERON SKI LL
TERRY LAMAR SMITH
Var. Cross Country 10, 11, 123 Var. Track
10, ll, 123 Student Council ll, 12-Pres.3
Varsity Club 11, 123 Running Club 123
Aware 81: Service Club 123 A'Cappella 123
Men's Chorus 103 Science Club 103 Fall
Play 113 Senior Play 123 Speech 8a Music
CEDRIC EARL SMOOTS
JV Boys' Basketball 10, ll, Var. Cross
Country ll, 123 Var. Trackll, l2Q Stu-
dent Council 12-Vice Pres.3 Honor Society
10, 11, 123 Science Club 103 German Club
103 Varsity Club ll, 123 Ski Club ll, 123
Running Club 12.
STEV EN STEEN WYK
MARGARET ELIZABETH STONE
Honor Roll 103 Honor Society 11, 123 1.D.
11, 123 Senior Play 123 Var. Track Stat 10.
KELVIN RAY STRUIKSMA
Frosh Football 93 Frosh Soccer 9g Men's
Chorus 103 Gazette 113 Var. Soccer 10, ll,
DONAVAN ROY TALSMA
Frosh Football 93 Honor Roll 9, 102 Math
Club 9, 10, ll, 123 Science Club 9, 103
A'Cappella 11, 123 Madrigals 123 Band 9,
103 Men's Chorus 9, 10: Senior Play 123
Homecoming Master of Ceremonies 12.
PHILLIP JON TEMPLEMEN
Frosh Football 93 Frosh Boys' Basketball
93 JV Boys' Basketball 10, 113 Var. Boys'
Basketball 123 Tennis Team 123 Student
Council 113 Varsity Club 123 Ski Club 9,
10, ll, 123 Men's Chorus 103 A'Cappe1la
ll, 123 Madrigals 123 Senior Play 123
Homecoming Escort 10.
Frosh Volleyball 93 JV Softball 9, 103 Of-
fice Aide l23 GAA 9, 103 Tennis Team 123
A'Cappella 11, 123 JV Cheerleader 10:
Var. Cheerleader 123 1.D. 113 Senior Play
123 Powder Puff ll, 12.
SUSAN EUGENIE VALENTINE
Honor Roll 9, 103 Honor Society 11, 123
Chess Club 9, 103 Book Club 93 German
Club 103 Band 93 Girls' Chorus 113 Library
Aide 103 Senior Play 12.
SHERI LYNNE VAN AASLBURG
GORDON H. VAN DERELST
Frosh Soccer 93 JV Soccer 103 Var. Foot-
ball 11, 123 Chess Club 103 Outdoors Club
123 Senior Play 12.
GREGORY ALAN VANDERGRIFT
Frosh Football 93 Frosh Boys' Basketball
93 Math Club 10, 113 Band 9, 10, 113
A'Cappella 123 Var, Baseball Manager 9,
DEBRA LYNN VANDER HAM
JV Softball 9, 10, 113 Var. Softball 123
Annual Staff 123 GAA 9, 10, 1 1, 123 Girls'
Chorus 93 Drill Team 93 l.D. 103 Senior
Play 123 Ski Club 123 Powder Puff 10, ll,
123 Girls' Basketball Stat 10.
THELENE VANDER MEER
Class Tres.-103 Girls' Chorus 9, 103
A'Cappella 11, 123 JV Cheerleader 9, 103
Ski Club 123 Powder Puff 113 Track Stat
IOQ Var. Baseball Stat 12.
KENT ALLEN VANDER MEULEN
Frosh Boys' Basketball 93 JV Soccer 103
Var. Soccer 11, 123 JV Track 93 Men'S
Chorus l 1.
.IANA LYNN VANDER MOLEN
Student Council 93 Honor Roll 9, 103 Hon-
or Society ll, 123 A'Cappella 11, 123
Madrigals 123 Girls' Chorus 9, 103 Drill
Team 9, 10-Co-Captain, ll,-Captaing Sen-
ior Mothers' Tea Mistress of Ceremonies
103 Speech 8: Music Festival 9, 10.
JACOB VANDER VIS
Frosh Football 93 JV Football IO? Var.
Football 1 1, IZQ F rosh Soccer 9g JV Soccer
103 Var. Soccer ll, 123 JV Track 103 Hon-
or Roll 9, 103 Honor Society ll, 123 Annu-
al Staff 10, 1 1, 123 Varsity Club ll, 123 Ski
Club 123 Band 9, 10, 113 Senior Play 123
Powder Puff Coach ll, 12.
VALERIE JEAN vANDE VEGTE
Var. Track 9,,10, ll, 123 Honor Roll 9, 103
Honor Society 11, IZQ Annual Staff 10,
Editor Il, 12: GAA 9, 10, ll, 123 Tutor 9g
Ski Club 123 A'Cappella ll, 123 Girls'
Chorus 93 Senior Play 123 Powder Puff 10,
11, 123 Girls' Var. Volleyball Stat 12.
PETERMIKE VANDE WITTE
BRENDA SUE VAN ESSEN
PATRICIA LYNN VAN KALSBEEK
Var. Track ll, 123 Honor Roll 93 Honor
Society 10, ll, 123 GAA 10, ll, 123 Bowl-
ing Club 9g Ski Club 123 A'Cappella 123
Girls' Chorus 9, 103 Drill Team 103 Senior
Play 123 Powder Puff 10, 123 Var. Track
TAMARA JOY VAN OTTERLOO
Office Aide 123 GAA 9, 103 Tutor 93
A'Cappella 11, 123 Girls' Chorus 93 Drill
Team 10, 113 Senior Play 123 Powder Puff
JOHN JACOB VAN VLIET
Class Vice Pres. 10, 11, I2Q Frosh Football
93 JV Football 103 Var. Football 11, 123 JV
Soccer 9, 103 Var. Soccer 1 1, 123 JV Track
93 Var. Track 10, 113 Tennis Team 123
Varsity Club ll, 123 Band 93 Fall Play Ill
Senior Play 123 Jr.-Sr. Banquet Master of
Ceremonies 113 Powder Puff Coach 1 1,
Var. Cross Country 103 Var. Track 103
Band 9, 10, ll, 123 Honor Society 123
GAA 103 A'Cappella ll, 123 Madrigals
11, 123 Handbells 10, 113 Senior Play 123
Speech 8: Music Festival 9, 103 Powder
RONALD RAY VER STEEG
General A 3 3
Frosh Football 93 Gazette 113 Frosh Soc-
cer 93 JV Soccer 10, 113 Var. Soccer 123
JV Baseball 103 Var. Baseball 113 Men's
Chorus 103 Senior Play 12.
ROBERT LEWIS VOLDASE
JV Football 103 Var. Football ll, 123 JV
Boys' Basketball 10, 113 Var. Boys' Bas-
ketball 123 JV Baseball 103 Var. Track 11,
123 Student Council 123 Gazette 12: Varsi-
ty Club ll, 123 Ski Club 123 Aware 84
Service Club 123 Powder Puff Coach 12.
WILLIAM JACOB WAGNER
JV Soccer 10, 113 Var. Soccer 123 JV
Baseball 93 Var. Baseball 10, ll, 12.
DONALD WAYNE WHITNEY
Honor Roll 93 Gazette 113 Math Club 9,
10, 1 l, 123 Chess Club 103 Bowling Club 9,
103 Tennis Team 123 Senior Play 12.
JOANIE CAROL WIGBOLDY
JV Track 93 Var. Track 103 JV Softball 113
Var. Softball 123 Student Council 113
Honor Society 123 Annual Staff 11, 123
GAA 9, 10, 11, 12: Ski Club 123 A'Cap-
pella ll, 123 Madrigals 123 Band 9, 10, ll-
Tres., 123 Handbells 10, 113 Senior Play
123 Junior Homecoming Princess 123 Pow-
der Puff 10, ll, 123 Speech 8a Music Festi-
val 9, 103 Frosh Boys' Basketball Stat 93
Var. Volleyball Stat 113 Var. Boys' Bas-
ketball Stat ll, 123 Chapel Accompanist
10, ll, 12.
SABRINA ANN WILLIAMS
Frosh Volleyball 93 JV Volleyball 103 Var.
Volleyball ll, 123 JV Girls' Basketball 103
Var. Girls' Basketball ll, 123 Var. Track
9, 10, ll, 123 GAA 9,10,ll,123Girls'
Chorus 9, 10, 113 Drill Team 10, 11.
LAURIE ANN WOOD
6 years .
Bowling Club 93 Girls' Chorus 103 Library
Aide 123 Senior Play 123 Powder Puff 10.
DAVID JON ZOETEWEY
LYNETTE RENAE ZONNEFELD
JV Girls' Basketball 9, 103 JV Softball 9,
103 Var. Softball 123 Honor Roll 103 Hon-
or Society ll, 12-Pres.: GAA 9, 10, 123
A'Cappella ll, 123 Madrigals 1 1, 123 Band
9, 10, ll, 123 Handbells 10, 113 Senior
Play 123 Powder Puff 10, 11, 123 Speech SL
Music Festival 9, 103 Var. Volleyball Stat
BRENDA KAY ZWART
Ski Club 123 A'Cappel1a 11, 123 Girls'
Chorus 103 Drill Team'9, 10, 1l-Lieuten-
antg Flag 123 Powder Puff ll, 12.
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Ann Abbott 4, 53, 130, 131,
David Aisner 171
Bradley Algra 83, 160
Bonnie Allen 171, 175
Michael Allen 145, 160
Scott Allen 11, 87, 166
Gary Anderson 80, 84, 171
Kari Anderson 160
Dana Andre 44
Robyn Andre 171
Teri Andringa 58, 130, 131,
Jeff Anema 11, 166
Lucille Anes 166
Tim Angelus 80, 145, 160
Dana Arnston 57, 85, 144, 166
Cheryl Attema 160
Rodney Attema 136, 171
Kevin Auman 160
Kimberly Backstrom 79, 136,
Heather Baker 160
Sheryl Bakker 166
Tracie Baltzer 31, 57, 144, 166
Carole Barr 166
Kim Barth 40, 44
Patricia Barth 13, 14, 116, 160
Brandi Baumann 171
Robert Bishop 145, 161
Carl Blake 11, 118, 166
Douglas Boerigter 63, 80, 136,
Philip Bollom 130, 131, 132,
Richard Bollom 146, 147, 161
David Bom 84, 172
Peter Bos 166
Sabrina Bos 166
Jeffrey Bosma 172
Debra Boston 166
Sharon Bothof 44, 85, 128, 130,
Randal Bouman 10, 44, 48, 66,
Nick Brakband 66, 73, 142,
Jeanine Brands 10, 34, 36, 39,
41, 43, 44, 54, 58,130,131,
Tammy Brewer 166
Joan Broersma 16, 154, 172,
Michelle Brookes 172
David Brouwer 80, 136, 166
Julie Brouwer 166
Randall Brouwer 57, 76, 77, 80
Mary Beth Brown 136, 142,
Jeanell Bruinsma 57, 96, 97,
Randal Bultsma 13, 14, 128,
Bill Buma 166
David Bush 11, 44, 76, 77, 83,
130, 131, 176
Roger Byl 161
James Bylsma 130, 131, 136,
Linda Caldwell 172
Carmen Capps 44
Carol Candiles 16, 63, 96, 142,
Sandi Candiles 161
Pamela Castleberry 100, 166
Frank Chavez 166
Margery Clute 172
Cindy Cnossen 87, 118, 148,
Rick Cnossen 11, 44, 66, 81, 130,
Carmen Cole 166
Alvin Coloma 80, 126, 166
Gwendolyn Cooke 123, 136,
Lorene Coontz 167
Dena Crellin 57, 96, 142, 167,
Lisa Crellin 87, 95, 96, 161
Harry Daglas 56, 130, 131, 161
Teresa Dantuma 69, 87, 94, 95,
98,130, 131, 161,180
Cindy Davis 79, 96, 97, 167
Patricia Davis 172
Wrenette Davis 161
Crystal Dearborn 167
Lori De Bie 96, 167
Brenda De Boer 85, 167
Edward De Boer 4, 6, 172
Stanley De Boer 80, 172
Ted De Groot 13, 14, 63, 144,
Michael De Jong 136, 172
Michelle De Jong 73, 80, 144,
Charlene Dekker 5, 88, 98, 167
Christine Dekker 88, 89, 100,
John De Koekkoek 161
Charles De Kruyf 161
Patricia De Master 100, 172
Brian De Vries 57, 87, 167
Cathi De Vries ll, 63, 120, 116,
120, 130, 131,155, 161, 176
John De Vries 80, 136, 146,
Lori De Vries 100, 136, 172
Randall De Weerd 146, 161
Donna De Yager 161
Cynthia De Young 87, 95, 98,
Burt Dirkse 58, 136, 167, 169
Cynthia Dirkse 139, 172, 174
John Doornbos 31, 38, 41, 44,
46, 48, 73
Martin Doornbos 138, 161
Sandra Doornbos 136, 138, 172
Suzanne Dragt 167
Shelace Draper 63, 142, 145,
Jewel Duty 172
Marvin Duty 84, 87, 161
Karen Dykstra 96, 136, 138,
Kristy Fair 161
Regina Falcioni 161
Darrel Fey 80, 172
Debbie Fey 34, 36, 44, 130, 131
Samuel Fey 124, 167, 169
Lynette Finley 10, 42, 44, 46,
Gary Flietstra 40, 41, 128, 130,
Julie Fotis 167
Jeff Frederickson 80, 167
Elbert Gaither 66, 84, 161
Cynthia Giske 85, 167
James Glasner 80, 162
Susanne Gort 39, 53, 57, '130,
Rebecca Gravell 167
Saritha Gray 85, 167
Kenneth Gregory 162
Curtis Griepsma 80, 88, 136,
David Griepsma 44, 119, 130,
David Griffin 60, 147, 167
Bonnie Gritters 52, 60, 89, 96,
Diane Gritters 6, 63, 100, 142,
Leanne Gritters 167
Cindy Groen 9, 38, 44, 45, 68,
87, 98, 99, 120
Elsa Groen 173
Harold Groen 162
Christine Groot 54, 98, 99, 173
Deanna Grow 167
Jeff Hale 44, 56, 120, 125, 130
Carla Hamilton 167
Carol Hamilton 13, 14, 37, 38,
44, 46, 54, 119, 125, 176
Michael Hanenburg 162
Holly Harris 162
Tammy Harris 167
David Hecox 84, 85, 167
September Hecox 126, 162
Greg Hendrickson 66, 73, 84,
85, 127, 162
Scott Henricksen 11, 44, 58, 66,
Gary Henry 117, 168, 130, 131
Darren Hesson ll, 80, 168
Stephen Hesson 11, 16, 44, 45,
Jake Hiemstra 173, 175, 176
Lisa Hiemstra 63, 139, 144,
Richard Hiemstra 40, 44, 76,
77, 84, 85
Sara Hiemstra 63, 85, 145, 173
Tyrone Hill 173
Victoria Hoekstra 168
John Hogan 168
Ty Hogue 168
Peter Horjus 11, 12, 14, 43, 44,
76, 142, 143, 145, 176
Richard Horjus 168
Rick Hoting 147, 168
Tishawn Humber 162
James Hutchison 41, 46, 48,
66, 79, 125
Student Index Cont.
Kellie Irving 6, 173
Leslie Irving 162
Rhonda Jefford 162
Paul Jernigan 3, 63, 84, 146,
William Jernigan 173, 80
Lyle Johnson 4, 58, 173
Michael Johnson 44, 56
Vincent Johnson 124, 162
Carla Jones 136, 171, 173, 175
Lisa Juhasz 162
Edward Keller 80, 88, 136, 168
Micheal Kiel 80, 173
Paul Kimball 11, 80, 118, 168
Kim Kimm 39, 40, 44, 46, 58,
64, 68, 95, 87
Scott King 80, 173
Michael Klaassen 146, 162
Alleen Klein 118, 136, 137, 168
Pam Klein 44, 58, 60
Darlene Kline 57, 58, 65, 87,
95, 98, 99,120,130,131, V
Jackie Kline 9, 10, 37, 38, 44,
46, 125, 176
Michael Kline 80, 168
Susan Knight 52, 116, 120,
142, 152, 153, 162
Bradley Knox 173
Lisa Kolberg 52, 54, 116, 148,
Brenda Koldenhoven 44, 85
Sonia Koldenhoven 87, 136, 168
Bonnie Kooiman 13, 14, 38, 88,
89, 136, 168
Elizabeth Kooiman 130, 131,
Steven Kooiman 173
Caroline Kooistra 162
Daniel Koolmees 76, 77, 168
Kimberly Koopman 10, 36, 41,
44, 73, 77, 127
Jeanette Kosareff 155, 162
Kimberly Kredit 144, 148, 149,
Paige Kredit 54, 148, 149, 173
Perry Krosschell 2, 44, 66, 87,
116, 117, 130, 131, 162, 163
Robin Kurka 116, 161, 163
Vickie Kuvelis 39, 168
Angela Lambooy 96, 136, 138,
William Lambooy 44, 119, 125,
130, 131, 132
Judith Laninga 100, 126, 136,
Loretta Laninga 39, 44, 45, 64,
98, 99, 139
Loreen Le Febre 130, 131, 132,
Roger Lovett 34, 36, 44, 130,
Brett Luartes 173
Melissa Mabry 142, 163
Shelly Mabry 168
Sonia Maddox 58, 163
Mark Mallars 163
Jonabette Markovich 127, 163
Jonathon Markovich 38, 41, 44
David Markus 16, 36, 40, 44,
48, 66, 73, 119
Jill Markus 52, 152, 153, 168
Helen Mathai 144, 163
Gloria Meneses 152, 153, 163
Lance Merrill 36, 44, 66, 79,
Kim Mesman 6, 136, 138, 173
Dava Miller 10, 95, 98, 163
Maureen Miller 122, 173
Shevonn Moore 168
Orlando Morfa 173
Janet Morris 58, 145, 163
Laura Mouw 10, 36, 39, 41, 44
52, 54, 77, 130, 131, 152,
Mary Mouw 52, 152, 153, 168
Gary Mulder 66, 84, 114, 116,
121, 136, 163
Janet Mulder 136, 173
Susan Mulder 168
Timothy Nelson 44
Melissa Norton 53, 100, 163
Belkis Nunez 100
Lisa Nyenhuis 62, 63, 130, 131,
Brad O'Brien 87, 125, 136, 161,
Richard Odom 84
Linda Offringa 36, 39, 44, 45,
126, 130, 13l,136,142, 143
Loretta Ohls 31, 42, 43, 44, 48,
76, 87, 130, 131, 142,143
Michael Oliver 168
Jennifer O'Neill 3, 44
Barb Overgaauw 44, 163
Colleen Overgaauw 42, 44, 48,
64, 87, 96, 160, 176
Michelle Patterson 10, 44, 142,
Michael Perez 174
Clara Piersma 3, 36, 39, 44, 46,
62, 63, 64, 68, 87, 95, 96,
142, 143, 144
John Piersma 80, 84, 173
David Pittman 136, 168
Chrystine Poelstra 125, 163
Danette Poelstra 173
Elizabeth Poland 169
Brian Pollema 13, 14, 57, 80,
81,130, 131, 169
David Polley 87, 136, 169
Margaret Polley 4, 80, 173
Emily Pollock 56, 174
Mary Postma 53, 117, 130,
131, 144, 163
Alison Price 169
Linda Prins 12, 14, 36, 38, 40,
43,44,48, 130, 131,132
Jeffrey Proctor 84, 174
Pamela Proctor 10, 36, 44, 52,
121, 126, 152
Douglas Quast 147, 169
Jeffrey Rabideaux 39, 58, 87,
125, 136, 163
Dick Recker 6, 80, 87, 120, 124
Lisa Recker ll, 163
Chaney L. Reed 118, 169
Randy Reitsma 87, 127, 163
Andrew Reno 87, 136, 174
Lori Reser 130, 131, 163
Student Index Cont.
Nikka Richardson 174
Scott Riemersma 174
Troy Riemersma 80, 87, 88,
Rachelle Rienstra 63, 136, 154,
Rhonda Rienstra 36, 43, 44, 45,
46, 54, 58, 62, 68, 77, 97, 98,
99,119, 130, 131,136, 176
Carolyn Rietveld 169
Junelle Ripley 174
Debbie Robbins 174
Doni Rolin 174
Richard Roodzant 118, 136,
Maria Rosales 44, 63
Dan Rudolph 13, 14, 44, 56, 67
Gary Ryan 163
Lance Ryan 80, 84, 88, 174
Brenda Saicoe 136, 163
Stephanie Sakoda 44
Timothy Sakoda 174
Wendy Sakoda 52, 152, 153,
Oscar Sanchez 80, 169
Lisa Santiago 44, 176 5
Tom Sater 164
Debra Scheenstra 63, 136, 138,
Patti Sehelhaas 39, 44
Brenda Schenk 52, 58, 73, 130,
Douglas Schenk 7, 63, 80, 136,
Michelle Schilling 148, 149,
Brian Scholte 80, 88, 89, 136,
142, 143, 174
David Scholten 3, 36, 44, 66,
Kristi Scholten 88, 89, 96, 136,
Lisa Segaar 136, 169
Melanie Shaw 44, 130, 131
Lance Shipley 136, 174
Jill Shorter 174
Robin Simon 174
Beth Simons 130, 131, 164
Steve Simpson 44, 48, 145
Cameron Skill 38, 41, 44, 48
Douglas Slusher 44, 125
Ron Slusher 169
Kevin Smith 146, 164
Terry Smith 16, 36, 44, 84, 88,
Cedric Smoots 44, 46, 84, 88
Darren Snapper 58, 169
Robert Snapper 56, 84, 174
Sharla Solsma 169
Paul Sorensen 2, 11, 130, 131,
Rebecca Sorensen 164, 174
Rebecca Sponaugle 89, 96, 164
Thomas Stall 38, 126, 169
Steven Steenwyk 10, 31, 38, 44
66, 68, 73
Denise Stejskal 58, 96, 126,
130, 131, 164
Roy Stewart 164
Erik Stockin 169
Martha Stolk 16, 174, 175
Margaret Stone 36, 40, 44, 125
Julie Stoub 52, 54, 164
Annette Strcelman 53, 130,
Dwayne Struiksma 164
Kevin Struiksma 44, 48, 66, 79
Lisa Struiksma 169
Michael Struiksma 4, 11, 38,
62, 66, 73, 82, 83, 130, 131,
Brenda Sybesma 87, 136, 169
Kelli Sybesma 65, 98, 121, 130,
131, 139, 144, 164, 176
Shelli Sybesma 63, 121, 130,
Steven Takekoshi 80, 174
Donavan Talsma 14, 38, 44,
Robin Talsma 118, 169
James Tanis 38, 136, 169
James Taylor 174
Dianne Tazelaar 164
Katherine Tellez 174
Philip Templeman 36, 37, 44,
56, 87,l30, 131,132
Tracy Theisens 6, 175
Mary Ann Thomas 175
Kimberly Thompson 175
Janis Tiemeyer 7, 36, 44, 57,
58, 130, 131
Scott Tober 118, 169
Greg Topp 136, 161
Laurie Truckey 169
Magda Tsapatolis 164
Linda Turner 169
Susan Valentine 34, 36, 44, 58
Sandra Van Aalsburg 16, 145,
Sheri Van Aalsburg 3, 44, 58,
Darrel Van Bruggen 58, 87
Gary Vandenberg 80, 87, 168,
Allyson Vander Broek 170
Susan Vanderburg 87, 142, 160,
Andrew Vander Dussen 84, 164
James Vander Dussen 84, 170,
Ronald Vander Dussen 147
Theresa Vander Dussen 100,
Gorden Vanderelst 16, 41, 42,
44, 46, 48, 66, 124
Nancy Vanderelst 88, 89, 95,
98, 164, 176
Gregory Vandergrift 36, 44,
Janna Vandergrift 58, 130, 131,
Debbie Vander Ham 10, 36, 44,
64, 98, 144
Todd Vander Ham 175
Steven Vander Kamp 80, 136,
Jon Vander Maarl 58, 164
Thelene Vander Meer 44, 46,
130, 131, 176
Kent Vander Meulen 44, 45,
48, 66, 124
Vickie Vander Meulen 58, 144,
Janna Vander Molen 3, 40, 41,
Laura Vander Molen 63, 144,
Michael Vander Ploeg 170
Geraldine Vander Vis 63, 96,
Jake Vander Vis 10, 16, 36, 44,
48, 66, 79, 144
Walter Vander Vis 80, 170
Wendy Vander Vis 100, 168,
Alethea Vander Waal 170
Tony Vander Wall 84, 87, 165
Cathy Vander Wal 85, 170
Nikki Vande Steeg 52, 100, 122,
Student Index Cont.
Valerie Vande Vegte 10, 40, 44,
64, 96, 97,121,l30,131,
Peter Vande Witte 44
Daniel Van Duyn 175
Robert Van Duyn 57, 66, 76,
77, 80, 87, 130, 131, 166,
David Van Dyke 62, 130, 131,
Brenda Van Essen 10, 36, 42,
44, 45, 130, 131
David Van Essen 82, 165
Douglas Van Gent 130, 131,
Jayne Van Hofwegen 54, 136,
139, 171, 175
Marcia Van Holland 165
Patricia Van Kalsbeek 10, 40,
44, 60, 64, 96, 97, 130, 131
Gary Van Leeuwen 136, 170
Tamara Van Meeteren 100, 170
Timothy Van Meeteren 16, 66,
James Van Munster 170
Teri Van Noord 96, 165
Jill Van Otterloo 138, 175
Kevin Van Otterloo 136, 175
Robert Van Otterloo 165
Tamara Van Otterloo 36, 44,
John Van Vliet 10, 34, 36, 44,
62, 66, 73, 87
Cynthia Van Weerthuizen 13,
Dawn Van Weerthuizen 3, 10,
36, 41, 44, 48,130, 131,132
Tammy Varner 170
Linda Veltman 169, 170
Susan Veltman 11, 52, 130,
131, 144, 148, 140, 163, 165
Tonja Veltman 62, 130, 131,
144, 154, 165, 176
Kandace Verhoef 175
Randall Verhoef 170
Jerry Versteeg 66, 79, 165, 176
Ronald Versteeg 36, 41, 42, 43,
44, 46, 48, 66, 79, 127
Frank Visvikis 80, 126, 175
Dennis Vogel 69, 76, 77, 80,
Jerry Vogel 165
Robert Voldase 10, 43, 44, 46,
62, 76, 77, 84, 85, 142
Kay Vos 53, 58, 62, 63, 148,
William Wagner 31, 38, 44, 48
David Walhof 122, 146, 165
James Walhof 175
Kim Warren 87, 95, 100, 170
Donald Watts 175
Daniel Weaver 16, 87, 130,
131, 136, 165
Gerda Weening 170
Craig Wheeler 121, 147, 165
Nancy Wheeler 96, 170
Steven Wheeler 165
Donald Whitney 36, 44, 87
Eddie Whittemore 11, 38, 117,
Colleen Wielenga 165
Dianne Wigboldy 63, 100, 136,
Joni Wigboldy 10, 36, 39, 40,
43, 44, 48, 52, 56, 58, 64, 77
Kenneth Williams 11, 57, 66,
73, 83,121, 165
La Trice Williams 87, 96, 123,
Sabrina Williams 44, 64, 65,
69, 87, 96, 97
Janna Wilson 145, 175
Darla Wind 85, 118, 170
Henry Wind 39, 66, 136, 170
Laurie Wood 44
Tammy Woods 165
Alicia Wright 175
Marcia Wright 100, 175
Grace Yew 62, 170
Alisa Zastrow 52, 154, 170
David Zoetewey 36, 44, 66
Darren Zonnefeld 123, 136, 175
Lynette Zonnefeld 34, 36, 44,
46, 63, 64, 130, 131, 132,
Brenda Zwart 38, 44, 119, 130,
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867-6616 Bellflower, Ca. 90706
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208 867-3259 9812 Maple St.
Bellflower, Ca. 90706
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15362 Bellflower Blvd.
12131 866-3738 Bellflower, Ca. 90706
JEAN ALLEN ESCROW CO., INC.
BUSINESS ESCROWS-BUSINESS FINANCING
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Staffed With Certified Senior Escrow Officers
Neva R. Frederickson, President
3321 E. Artesia Blvd. "Over 30 Years
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C2135 865-0284 Artesia, Ca. 90701
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9936 Artesia Blvd.
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9940 East Artesia Blvd.
Bellflower, Ca. 90706
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11436 E. l83rd St. Weddings
11656 Artesia Blvd.
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Artesia, Ca. 90701 12131 865-8917
18413 So. Pioneer Blvd. Kay Minnema
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9958 Artesia Boulevard
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