Villa Park High School - Odyssey Yearbook (Villa Park, CA)

 - Class of 1977

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K T: 1 ,lfff V. .- fi, w . ,V F' 1. e .E- EZ ' n H f x ' 4 " my ,svn -X .. , , .,-fn X 1 5 .f , p rf e -r u 15' iii ,' 'T I , -f W Y -3 ,f lL.q f,U,V , 514- H152 Ry P ' -. a 'E '25 .J , S5 .H HN T1 'Q ,EMES1 ' " 1: -1,5Wx 1. ,r ,r. uhgl Eb' I g W? f if J g Ak JFZEL EWIIN FADE-IN NOTES: Place, Villa Park High School Year, i977 V Time, September 8 Summer is over. The scene fades in on the school campus. lengthy registration lines. School begins soon. Search out friends not seen for a long time. Talk about summer and the year to come. The alarm rings. Time to get ready for class. At school a mob of students. Sopho- mores look lost. The 7:45 beli rings and stuf dents move slowly toward classrooms. The school year has begun. With the beginning comes workj fun, rehearsing and performing. t 2 6 l . 7 4 5 9 l. Sophomores wait on the quad stairs for their number to be called during registration. V 2. Waving a white flag, Phil Rogers keeps cheer going at rally. V 3. Coach Ochoa points out the guilty party. 4. Dean Garden grins at crowd during football pep assembly. 5. Listening to friends, Kathy McCrory watches a football game. 6. Craig Schorr and Beth Haluza relax during nutrition. 7. Vthping sweat from his forehead, Matt Hobson waits on the sidelines. - ' 8. Linda Zigich hides from passersby. 9. Drill team captain, Judy Hawkins, "dresses up" for leader initiation. ' Curtain Time 3 l 1 e 1 I 1 E i K E i 5 , I i T ll REHEARSIIN REHEARSAL NOTES: Students arrive early in the morning, Rehearse, then leave for classes. Throughout the day they practice. Hours are spent after the 2:35 bell. After school. Rehearsing hour after hour. Waiting for the actual time, the performance. Q 5 3 4 6 7 l. Wade Vickers strums a slow tune on his guitar during 4th period guitar class. 2. Dave Fryman, .lim Balok, teammate, and coach Kulisch relax as they win another water polo game. 3, Preparing for football practice, Randy Stubbletield and Doug Kissler carefully put on their cleats. 4. Brad Gross demonstrates his skateboarding ability with o successful 3600. 5. Looking around for his opponent, Rick Longyear reaches for the ball. 6. Mike Ballantyne rests before what he knows willbe a strenuous football practice. 7. Following Mr. Corrigan's direction, Bruce Fryman blows his trumpet. Curtain 'lime 5 X l A , , VNV! lw my, Y ., g M-:ww u. ' SL M...--1 fm" Li 1:1 "'E"45.5 li: X?-1: , -1. g LN ,- , . 1 Vw- P .fl ,. Vu A " imp- A ,Q Q . lu' ,- ei -sag w 4 WWI' as 'JI 5 l-2' u I , i -A N I Y Q. In ' ' 1'6f'.vm if W wg 'X k Ku '- .v ,A 1 "1 -'r. . Y , W., Ak: wil- fini , 'wif - ' 1 1, ti' .,-4 f 5 W :hmm E , . 5 ii: V 55" .X H1 2 9?-, ,I M 5 74 , " ,, , rj' qi, s I 1 , W, v V 1 I, I :LJ A .xmf We-P' I, - , , ,f n '14 .V , .ff ,V N . , -:V .. Rum. mv 'PEW , gi , -S! , M. 4, f" W., w ww qw" .lm , 13. ,Af i. f 5? Ii 4 . I . ....f.-Martell Ii!l lggyQ4tri'lnlt g.mL,, A..., l LIGHTINGNTOTES: Light the campus. Spotlight the front of the school at night Light reflects through a fenceg The amphitheatre wall casts a luminous shine. Lights brighten the gym The sun shines down an the campus. its brilliant shine blinds stu- dents on the way to class. The setting' svn pro- ETGHTS iects an orangish glow over the parking lot. 2 5 l 6 4 . 7 8 l. Remains of the bi-centennial can be seen on fire hydrants around Villa Park. 2. The early morning sun bathes the student parking lot. 3. Campus lights from the front of the school sparkle in the dark. 4. On a grey morning locked bicycles line the tennis court fence. 5. A bright California sun flows into the vacant gym. 6. Even at night the VPHS campus is lit for students to use., 7 . The Spartan plaque stands out against the amphithea- tre wall. 8. Lights reflecting through the art fence hide its decrepit condition. Curtain Time 7 Q Q I 1 ' f Agfa. ,pf nf I ' 'us' ' .3 1" 1 X. u-.. ll 'iii-ii A QE ,gg . ,Wgu lguggyf--mfs! R,"'v"'f, T' vat ffitl P C ME -V' " - . ,mart-N" N r w"""n fri.. s r-viii -ilu .,,,,,.u+vH"""' P n 'r 1 l 1. ' i 3 Q. c., T ffflf . .,,, . Hill' l. 'Hill f lu W' it ,E Elilliifgsil V -1' will M' V is " 'mi . it . """w. wee, CAMERA NOTES: Capture year's activities. Many scenes can be photographed. Students and faculty will adiust to photographers being around. Even- tually photographers blend into the surround- ings. The camera has an overwhelming amount of power. lt is o creative devise. Dur- ing spirit week activities are scheduled. Stu- dents during spirit week are excellent sub- jects. Student moods at pep rallies and sports events should be frozen on film. 1 2 4 3 Q3 6 ' 1. Poking out from unusual places, the Odyssey cameras capture the campus happenings. 2. Donna Gibson and Lori Brown "check out" the crowd during a football game, oblivious to the camera. 3. John Greathouse, Tom Westfall, Mike Leong and Howard Gomez, cross country teammates, enjoy lunch together. 4. Lori McNair hides behind Steve Shultz while Julie Kes- terson tries to take a picture. 5. Lisa Gillon dons her pajamas for sophomore spirit day. 6. Returning alumni dress up homecoming by posing for a picture. Curtain Time 9 1 f1"!iiifl 'ff xy. 'Q fi? s f A ' ' . f'-ww' : V wx: ww Emu , n A- -. 1-3 :ra-,if W Y V Q. Quiifnf-vw ' ' , -T-'SV' x Wm ' W ew- . -,fm Y. ,, 4 " ' 'kg C If 'N Af" x ff .5 W ,, N pw W., ,, ' 2 Www 34 K I 'P F. fwv - 'Q' ,W , 1- ff r Ex N M r M, Xu ' r f 1, ..v ,-1. -4-"" wif' 131. ACT TON ACTION NOTES: There are no more rehearsals. Now is the time to perform. Lights, Camera, Action. The performance begins. Each stu- dent performs in different activities. ln their own way. When the action is over the applause begins. V .1 ,.-. s-u""""""' ' Q-in-.Y.i.. --.-cg.. W.----in T A A ..,. 1 i Q l 4 . 11 .4 -0 if if T ff' 4 1 6 5 2 3 7 l. Students see-saw away nutrition. 2. Rob Martin evades tacklers during Orange game. 3. Rob Thomas races under a pass during afternoon proc' tice. 4. Song and cheerleaders exhort crowd to cheer. 5. Marshall Johnson trombones during half-time show. 6. Saluting during the National Anthem, Karen Storruste smiles with pride. 7. Cross Country team members run to victory. Curtain Time I 1 P .A J ' I ,, d . , I ' 'f 5 , b L, - ' ,, 2 I, ff if 9 1 K " I W? , , L , .. ,H ,v A 4. , ', f ' 'ff if V . 4:7 1 ' x I 2 if A. 'cg A x " , .. ' 1 Y fn' . 'fl 1 , - N P -' 3 ,Q iii! j ' i . - " Q., ' , ' 'V 4 I 23: if 1 ,.,.., ,, 'QE F ,,N XQ ' It -A ' ' 2 . g m 'G rl If, 1 , Hz" A Q, ., M, ,- 2 1 " is , ' ' . . ,X , , , . - . I I V V .I W ,v-, ,lik . . .f V ., ,A J I ,4 A 1.-,wg -. -, ,li - .. ,Ns 52 , f .H b uf 1 5, .44 -hxlgjq g , ,fww . A .4 , v .4 - Y, MQ . ' -n V, ,X 5 N, N! N' U. , , V 11. . 1 W . ha 1 Rf i ' , nv" I X K W, - H Q 5' J EW I -1 5 .7 ' 51 - 1 "f , we 'gs- fA- 'wr fa' ,, , i K an Lf n ,.-7, -.,,.V ., , ,514 1, ., ,Sf , , i ,, W F LL ,. ig . ' Min 1 .,,- ? , we 11, 1 'J Q-A .I .L MBJIQTU ljlllll APPLAUSE NOTES: Crowds gather for any event. At pep ral- lies, sports events, concerts, plays. The peo- ple listen, watch, laugh. Applause begins. The sound can be overwhelming. Like the sound track on a taped show. But this is real, 1 5 I 2 6 4 3 7 .g......... l. Packed stands cheer the Spartan team on to victory. 2. Seniors participate in a competition yell. j is 'if' 3. Juniors cheer along with the pep squad. 4. Boisterous Colleen 'Nmpane performs her part at a pep assembly. 5. Spirited Spartans remain for the Alma Mater. 6. The crowd 'rocks out' on Junior spirit day. 7. Juniors perform competition yell. Curtain Time 13 '1 3 '.'.-, I bib 4 JN 5 E I-we 'N 1 'EW I . -'Qi I r X 'J r . .Im J'lzililw ull'-ily , t SQ? . Mme fum X nfl xx.. .Q . .., -A fr . f Cn , 'll Wi xt llf. r . lx, l lv. c w . ' X T, Q fl 1 1 r 4. l 1 ,F F 1 F EWOUT aglyefr- "3!: ej.:..F.-fled.: ' ,ANI r A FADE-OUT NOTES: A The Bicentennial has ended. The presiden- tial election is over. 1977 has begun. Each student has their own memory of VILLA PARK. Practice, action and fun would be a part of all memories. Combined the memories would be a movie of a year of Villa Park. A movie shown on the ODYSSEY silver screen. 1 2 5 3 4 6 7 l. Between classes John Meulmester takes a breath of fresh air. 2. On the way to class, Jeff Joy and Cindy Brost get their books. 3. Mary Valentyn, cafeteria worker, cleans up after lunch. 4. Mike Anderson and Steve Brown take advantage of a deserted campus. 5. Two football players work out after school. 6. Debi Cool shows how to bring out the star qualities in everyone. 7. After the final bell, the hallways echo with fading foot- steps. Curtain Time 'l5 I A- ,127 N- -A 2-'e:"..r'a'cE." 1 - .. 4 H, ja' ,L v 1 Q ,., O W A 4' -W--M ' ,, -at-ff" ' -fn -. '35 I, f, 1, . O 0 - -f ' 9 5, . ,.' . ,W I .Q-ns. - -I - M NISTQQ BEUNTC YOU 10265. A Cfeivfvr T-LAC!-fid wflrvb I rr U-W5 FUN Bsmlc-f nv from 614455 F06 Av A5457 oivz, off H? 'Wen -fcffoof. 951165, 1 .aka vfwb 85500867 You racy MucN,g4,,,fU, W'-wfws sa ffowvc-f ,4-f ffafa-r Xlfvb 5742475 fHp0,e7y,u7, Gp ovuf VCU M0 from SEWIAAQ -1 :ws-1 wus, Wi W' 9' Mu 41415 na vfneauefii' ":i7Qfff"fff MYUA 6749 ,N ffm-. -mevfv www you Sfdfvflfc we ff: 761055 NASTY f-117705 fffbi bDV'7 5-mp UQOALING- you 'DMSO' ?ho.XKC4- lQoALff-Poz,yI,qN73 Hymboms So cw 74101 you Sv-ST C0912 vflrlb. -ram. Hs, . I DOUBLE ACADEMY Jfz. IQ- Awmo WINNER 1176 1974 O., BEST soma -'Q Qs. bg ,OU WNEH BEST scone 'ru AT weeag C C ANY item PICANCL IIIIIIIIE 'S WRITTEN W THC .5Aub?? I I K ac me -me mow, 7Q5 DT N 675 Jx x A. COLUMBIA PICTURES and RASTAR PRODUCTIONS Present BARBIIUI. DFXDFDT DFDFNDR Tlll' UIAV IMF lllfhf . I hlll DTADU 0Vhlll'Lu5.,4.I-I -1 A., , . AM-- .uf - I :IES 57 I-IE 'T Ili HA lui, F Cm, ,V ' t 1 IYI I I IA- IIA' III----l".lAjlllQ-iligii? 113 ,, X 4-A-l L.. ' I 1, y 1 ""' ' ., ::f13 A I l 1 I . .quam 'Q 11 a l i ::z A aw 1 :nc :gem aaimuxux I-ll' warm 1 L mn munnuu ' ' mm ""M"?HL.V1 l,,l l..!!1,-l'l n a. 'ffa.u Mmm In li' J-I-In ln , 1 Qf wzzs4zzsz Qf, f .53 e on or c y y Jana Dierking tfh A . ,vii ?YnW,Au Ziiiillllllnnurs , , V ,Jr S The 197 7 school year started with a bang! Under the leadership of Mike McFarlane the seniors competed in the spirit week competi- tion, where they received a plaque for having the most spirit. When 60 seniors graduated at semester it left 575 to finish the rest of the school year, the senior spirit didn't seem as strong as before. For those who remained, there were many things left to do. Many had to decide which college, if any, they were going to attend, they had to send out their graduation announcements, they were measured for their robes, and they made their plans for their final high school dance. We all look forward to our senior year and when it comes it seems to last so long - until the end. Then the time we spent with our friends and our memories were too short. The seniors are the stars of the school but their fame is fleeting and too soon they are gone. 1-B Sv-isg ' ' Y! if if UDLIU wL, -N. on !J'n4?9,A1, ,fff pv ff ,':f' ' f' far- -.,-I "'I.".f' Mm:f41La1f41?447411,g4 fyfggfqJigJigga!!! ammzmw or lxggimcal J BASE! haf, 'f ' 'Fi EI El El El V ww., ,pw I. Kathy Drey writes out a receipt while Jana Dierking directs students to next post during registration. 2. Stopping in the rush of registration, Pat Alvarez looks for her next teacher. 3. Following a now familiar routine, Diane Harnett turns in her registration material. 20 Stars di ' . . 'QPR . ,,.. 7,- ft ,,1, 5 A 1 .K W Michael A. Abati Gary D. Amrine Catherine L. Andrews Michael J. Asten sl Q2 N X T fri-,X 'Sf .8597 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L N' A ,' N El . Wx D I I I I I I I I I I I I I I JoAnne Balandran Michael R. Ballantyne Chrisfy L. Balfhrop Q, Diane C. Bangs Callie R. Banning .s ...A i'x 1 'R , -i Vx X' Viz WW, gy.-,f1Q,.' .1 I. Dawn Vaught glances up from her pottery work. 2. The benches are iust the right place for Randy Virus and Pai McGee io siudy for their fest. 3. In a quiet place away from everyone, Doralee Ofc gets down to work. 22 Stars .KI-uh, Arr u, .y 4MW94 I Q i ,- 4 1 j, -.y.w,-- ,Q i L . W ,vp A A .,, 4v,Lfw411,a.x.cw1uaf:'-"' -gig.,-. w' al ."3'-I f" 'fu - A-..'+.,-ff . f-4 ,,,,,.Am.,,.. vu. ' i I fur 6 pi. wwf I: ec-32' .t4i:,-1 . Tu 32210. tr a -' M- F561-5524 I W -4- -S713 i in + ' ' fieirl I . - f f, I I I I I I I I QI5 I I I I N' ., -.. . E L El I3 E fs f ' A 5 I 1:1 EJ U ,3 L 1 ' I I I I I I I I I I I I Robert R. Baranek Michelle Barnett Angela E. Baros Mike J. Barrih Keith R. Barton Marc J. Beck Jeffrey L. Beckman Bonnie L. Beilfuss Siuari L. Bell jf Karen A. Bellmyer Ronda F. Bennett Janis L. Benson David N. Berg Michael A. Bernhard? Jane M. Bickham i'g.-,fl Gregory R. Birkmann Theresa L. Bissell fy., Ronald G. Bleier William M. Boland Mary Scott Boulden all l ' . v' if 1 , ll M, Will' 'LQ-1 ll'l,'f,-L iw.. ill? ml' Stars 23 2:4 'A' f 7 f - ff f g,.r-r-r-r-r-r-i'-.-. QV QQ, filfgfg' , Q I , 'VH ' Vin is SV . ya . , 1, if-1 s ,Q -Vf' ef- if fr ,, im ' A +-M-. . nf-:ZZ 1. B 'Y d".Wwv' -ff' it !H,i'u1'4' VW 1 f f, VT. ,Vit , . V 1' . , 4 , 1 A," -,lik , , -l 'va r J M M i + uf , B .1 " nf, " M5 ' 4 VLngy ,"Q J J' f, s ' - ' ' ge' lp i V V M , v, W '+ ,l ,7 V v "V , Vg y f L, 4 . fl' ,' 1 J 1 -V" I' l " hiv, 1' f .ig ff ' ' -1 .4 w ' ,f 1,n.1yqjv' ,.,,- H 'rv . ' ' . ni we . ' 1 ,"' 3 1. . , , in VV, , cqwv m..,"'l" T ' '.f'r'4" 4, -' " I H , If dy-7' , x ,. i-WMQQVV4 l A -V., ' V 'V,., V ,fw .KI4 I V YWWV , , 4 rig f ,4 X , VW ' fn 1,139 is ' ggi! W' 2f.......f I. Resting from the wear and tear of school, Jann Sherwindt smiles as the not so sneaky photographer approaches. 2. Eric Morton finds enjoyment in an enioyable class. 3. Wendy Dawson considers ideas during Leadership Day seminar at Coto de Caza. 24 Stars K3 Q1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 2 1-,fm '. Michael R. Boulger William M. Bower Leslie A. Braden Keith E. Brandon Douglas P. Branson Cheryl A. Brenneman X X I Ge0f99 Kevlnl Davids Marfinf Y 11 if 1 'Eli i MN, .Ji i -we i z-ii. s 5 . l 1 ,ef 'W 1,0 in L',f ew- Q Y? .u-A .tn 4?-9, aff , .J 3' 9 'Wu I As, G. Mg?-is X. I, ,gf .l 4 5.345 9,l , - - , - - .I El Cl lj E Cl El I I I I I I I I I I I I I gif HRW If ii...- l. While enioying 'he sun, Pcmi Bullock and Kathy Congelosi learn new sleps. 2. Brian Grigory is deep in lhoughl, oblivious to olhers around him. 3. Joking af'ler lunch, Rob Marlin and Larry Harman shore o humorous momenl. 26 Slars k,,,f,:,45 :. Cindy K. Carlin Sherry L. Carmack Michelle L. Carragher I M Jack W. Carrollig '?SJulie M. Carter ' Paige M. Carter Mi. '55, Ki, 'FP' ll'Pam Case Lynn M. Cashman Daryl R. Casperson ilfilhomas A. Catlin Michele A. Cenami David A. Chadwell Daniel J. Charles John P. Chase Nancy L. Chase jf George T. Chavez Andrew J. Cheng Susan E. Chester Kyung-Ok Cho Steve R. Christian Susan L. Cleary Cathy L. Clements Brian D. Cochran Teresa A. Cohen Kenneth W. Colley Diane M. Conkey Stars 27 W l . 5 1. M! IW. Ny? . .W 1. S V. . ' :M . 7 .5 ' T 73 :W ,1, . 5 El Cl El El I l I l. Monica Capasso turns to model her outfit cs the eyes of the class follow her. 2. Mike Leong makes a face as he turns away from his work on the Oracle. 3. While working on homework assignments Cathy'Halt spots the camera. 28 Stars IllElilCCDI!T!3 WCDIEIBEIK f fr 'X Q. "' '-W-..-- .1 1-W... A X . .-.,,, .xl - ,W I I ,QW i Fx Dana A. Conley . Wi Tera L. Craft i Kmhgli Cheryl M. Danielson Mm Michael A. Delcamare mm 5 . .si 1. . i .58 .. . , X . 4 .K . GDLQ EEJIB E15 Cynthia N. DeVault Jeri L. Dieboll Jana L. Dierkingx Timothy J. Doeringgi Stacey E. Dooling J if -l Mainz lr W 1. Margie Dotson laughs at one of Norm Johnson's iokes in her Annual Class. 2. Mike Abati shades his eyes from the sun while talking to a friend. 3. Dave Lawrence gives Paul Reynolds aid in drafting class. 30 Stars L '1 L ---1... Il -A 'W - wr--Q5 ,85f7 ,JE 'L' '- J-,sg"'K,,f' Diane E. Dorrance Mariorie D. Dotson Chris L. Douglasf Kenneth D. Draper Kathy M. Drey Gerald R. Driggers James Dugan Hector O. Durazo Jeffrey A. Dykstra Terri L. Ehlers Lori A. Ehrsam Kim E. Eisel Lisa M. Elison Lauren A. Elley Curt D. Elmore John M. Eltiste Joe Emge Forrest E. English Maria J. Esposito Carol L. Estes Stars 31 835 Q5 3 I .I I I .I , , . , I "7-1, wmff f, .Nw 1. ,A ,wi . .-imp' ,A ,, ,f1m1lL f ' L i H" E Q L3 Q nfl. , .. 5 lv 3. XiE'nS',5i !L. 'I l. Mike Pritchard listens with interest lo friends at lunch. 2. Kevin Mortensen takes a short break under the trees during lunch, 3. Sharon Bailey closes her eyes while trying to think of what to write for her newspaper article. " fvifmrs i A .w5i3ff2??.f'T'?Z12ii Thomas Feldner Mark Fernald Bobbi J. Fickle Noel K. Fields Joe Figard Jody Fisher 'Dm M. Fisher gkRobert P. Fisk ,JOIN T' T Nik.. MW CSD in J l ',, WN .F '15, fiffg. 4 , jx an Cl ff' E33 E I I I I I I I I I I I I T' " pr how .I .. Peggy L. Gordon Jeffrey O. Goodfriend Debra J. Gohberg David M. Granilo 5 V. ,.Mfxf.,, ' ' l. Forrest lChipl English smiles al the smirk on Carol Losi's face. 2. Slan Van Den Burg, Jeff Sokoloff, and Mike Wong, have a fulfilling day or Santa 3. A Tension filled momenl reflects in Tim Ray's face during a football game. 34 Slars Ana JC. fl? . . , I will .47 8 5 O 4 EIDEEIE CQIEIBCQREUEEEEPJ 'VR BY vw hw W-5,3 'B' ,Ji lCJohn R. Greathouse Phillip B. Gresham Sharalyn B. Griggs Brian M. Grigory Daniel R. Gronert Catherine A. Groody Sherri D. Gross Ginia H. Guerra Becky J. Guyer Richard G. Haan Mark G. Hall Penny L. Hall Catherine L. Halt Rudolph J. Haluza Gillian C. Hammond l Christopher R. Hansen Lori E. Hardacre Larry J. Harman Peter B. Harmon Diane L. Harnett Stars 35 , I Ml 1 '. ,wr ,- A ff Iwi' Q" :U Y f',N,,4.,.,. f l. On Leadership Day, Mary Scott Boul- den and Janis Daily relax on the grass while watching a Volleyball game. 2. Barry Knutson smiles after giving punchline to ioke. 3. Liz Akamatsu gives o cheerful smile as she greets friends. 36 Stars 'iFElllE!3l fllilllllilib L,-7 ,,, . V A .Q A.-A -,V .J l,'7,.,- .-.qu ff I 4, v -A-' H -4 1 -'f'W.4f1 .. A - . I ..,,v , 1 L , pe x rf , 4 .,,g-. In' tim", v I . f' 'M . ,.., Ji' V" 1 Ffa Q2 .v.,v-.,'4- Ir, .fi rx , f. gf 4.14 r'1,. nf -Y a 'TU-., '- 'aw' .. ,, . ,, z . -1, .i3u'wIi.' 1 .. 4. far, ---. 1 Zaitp , .2 'H Q-1 3 l '. a . l 1 Ann M. Harrison 'K Adele L. Hashem Cindy L. Hathaway David J. Hauberf L X 3 M Y , 4.1-fm M544 fe, U53 IUC! HEEL fm e 1 T' ,fi .bv Xxx in SP' I I I I I MII I I I I I'm8I595I I' N 5 1- xx ,-. X I 4 1 4 A' s Q I3 J- N. 3 '-1 Q N 'H Q E1 Q I. Terri Bissell and Tony Nissen turn to greet friends as they walk back to their lunches. 2. Sherri proudly displays her last name. 3. Lee Iacoperli checks the stats after a baskelball game al the Villa Park Classic. 38 Stars Y is. , , John P. Jacobs Leslie A. Jansen Jeff B. Janzen Mark L. Jennings Leah L. Jensen Marina A. Jimenez Darlene R. Johnson Gary T. Johnson 3 R ri .Q .- i , l X 4. 1, ,Q - I I NI AI ,I ,I I I I I I I I I I I Ji N xi lx ls tl lm 'tl ll .J 0 D E ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I wllleflq with N 1 '. l Mark A. Johnson Crystal S. Johnstone Tina A. Jonopulos Steven R. Jorth Jennifer K. Jory Marsha L. Judd Michael B. Kelly Dan S. Kelsay Kathy L. Kemper Mike P. Kerr JoAnne M. Kerwin John W. Kesterson 1l7Christine M. Kiesling Amber M. Kilmer Timothy C. Kimbell Mark W. Kiner Cynthia K. Kingston Jackie M. Kissee Deborah J. Kitzmiller Daniel Klein Stars 39 www -:iii-Q,--1.-emzuua if. .4 A :wg :jgp,fga1-4gm-,g.gf-Q-.:.-Pg, V 1 2- -.L ' 7 U GD , , ,,- inf-4 1 I ,Q 1 ' ' 1 1 s' .Q ' v V' F, ' ff 1 ' Q . - X V 5 ' , 'I' -fy 5 J,-Ag N' A ff-f b fxA fM" K ff V . nf' F 41 fy, 1. X ry, 'yv A 'I '1 1, ' , V I, I 'A ' 7 r A . "' :f., ' W - ,4- f ,w' '- had 'I . n K, E, '-' - rf!-in 5 r 4- it -r ,551 .,.-I f 1 maui' A Q ,, g J' 5 Y s , Q6 11.1 ' 'ff 34 ,. 4402 gSf9!f1 - ,- 'q5..gJ1!5f,5dof-'uf,,,plb ia?-1-afsf .:f'f+, ZH-in-1.5-Af, rf ff.-,--fs-.Vi -f " - 'k ff- 1-2 'er fit-'T ' Nl 5,7 ,ff Q 'if '1 4'-,Q J 6356- Ax- SMTW W-2:5 QW! IN 5 Q-I Q...- D Q' X -.5 2 I, .. ,,f- ANG 5 4 J 1 0 W' I W Q X ,TQ l. Raising their hands, students proudly sing the Alma Mater. 2. Eric Brown eats in the cafeteria on one of our few rainy days. 3. Ronda Bennett hides her face for fear of what she will hit while Kathy Drey, Donna Ratzlaff, and Jana Dierking push. 4. On Senior Freak Day, Carol Losi portrays Flumpty Dumpty. 5. On Senior Day, Terri Robillard and Karen Statom become "Apes for a Day." 6. A student is found soaking up the sun on the benches. 7. Bill Mullen and Allan Trefry plan the final arrange- ments for a pep assembly. ' Stars lil is -afar.-i.1.1.a Wllll. gilll llgg QW? llmllll Q Kurt Klein Dennis J. Klimko Barry T. Knutson Richard D. Kodis Christopher A. Koob Susan M. Kress 'lleilhlv fl? Elke B. Kuhl Theresa J. Kuryllo L David D. Kushner Patricia A. Kuta if Anthony Lacher Sheryl A. Lambert Lorlltl' Lori A. Larson Anthony M. Laughlin JoAnne K. Lee Joseph H. Leeson 3? John W. Leichtfuss f'QfMichael G. Leong Juflll X Neil B. Levine Kathleen F. Lewis Linda J. Lewis Thomas H. Lindstrom Candace J. Looper 'I Ed F. Loritz fC0V0lA' A Nw-L . ' l A.. X if-A lil' n-N' R .L-.1 C fx i 1,05 as gg 'wtf' Q li NW L 4 llfid W' x hw News-. ,F-,,, Keith A. Krueger Lori K. Lantz Jack A. Lepore Carol A. Losi ,.-- 7- "' fi sim' W S 3 ' '12 'cy mfg EGF- 0, are "fur ff 2 -we ll xx y - X W x 'Q .? 1 1 w S' 'l - , YU ' m ' V LwQ,flL!,:,sffY U ,.. W h 'Eu :ff 3 5 if as S l 4 I. Fighting their way through the crowds, Diane Harnett and Cathy MacGinnis leave the pep assembly with a smile. 2. As they head for their next class, Brian Grigory and Bobbi Fickle talk about their homework assignments. 3. Cheerleader Melanie West leaves the Amphitheater after a pep assembly. Stars A3 36.535933 .f'f3.51lf'JLilll!'li'2f'2l iqErin M. Lucente Darin A. Ludlum Lynda E. Luhrsen Sharon B. Lundstrom Joseph Luth Craig S. Lyle yCatherine A. MacGinnis James A. Mackey Diana L. MacNeil Susan J. Mafrici Kenneth J. Magargee Karrie L. Magness Kathleen E. Maguire Victor J. Mahony Sandra L. Malinski Dorothy E. Maloney Daniel K. Mangum Bryant Manista Donald B. March Laura E. Marr 44 Stars Q C 1 Androl Cireyn ii , if l . V I .- Ll ll 8.58 3' l I l RL ' L :1 Andra Marshall Brian D. Martens Bennett J. Martin Careyn L. Martin Rob L. Martin ,K Robert H. Martin III X 1 l r 4. . Wx , 'ivy ' x fn f 'Wg' it ' ix 1 me ' M 1 N.. 'YQ 5 . J-QI l Ken Colley sees the humorous side of vocal ensemble 2 Jon Veregge Jim Fragnoll and . friend sit quietly on the grass each in . their own thought. - 'sf , 3 '4 -S.. Stars 45 Y L J I -1- .. .. - ia-...i tl I i livin.: Eric D. Morton William R. Moug . William R. Mullenix Claudia J. Murray David D. Musson Arline M. McBridef -Qi if fl 1. 1. Larry Zigmond and Kathy Crawley talk to friends about the day's events during lunch in lhe quad area. 2. Before entering class, Sieve Rell says final words to a friend. Stars 47 . Ji.. .,2JZd. T ..... U... f Z Z2-3 .... Teri L. McCrorf7k Ruth I. McDowell Michael S. McFarlane Patricia D. McGee Cindy A. McKeen Lisa J. McMillan Lorraine K. McNair Terri L. Nagode Debra J. Neave Karen M. Neelon Terri L. Nees Kelly Nelson William M. Nelson Toni L. Nissen Michelle L. Norman Mark E. Norton Mark A. November William O. Nuckols Richard B. Nyman Lauri J. Oades A9 aio f f ...J 1 . f ,,, W! - . . urzf Aav"N ' QLIH MIL ,I 'IQI5 4 '1I y NI Cl Cl llmicemce iimnm l I I I I I I I I I I I I x ,5 Nannette Oatley 'Q' l d"'P Marty P. O'DonneIl :fe -1:7 Paul R. Ofsthun he Carlynn E. Olson New "0 and'-.' . , few.: ff ' Peter J. O'Neill is l . Qu, vii 9 Q W - :QV ? 1 -A W I A . , I I Q l L sw f X 3 V wg l. A freshly developed picture is dis- cussed by Mike Ballantyne and Tim Ray in their photography class. 2. Vocal Ensemble takes many hours of practice for Kathy Cangelosi, Bill Mullen and Bianca Congelosi. 3. Neil Levine silently watches the Mock Wedding Ceremonies. Stars 49 1 1 1 3 1 i F 1 W 'W in i 1 H '.'ll'lC5'9'F'l'll 'Fi1l'i'ill . l?5lll2C5'9Fll 91. .1-su. 0' ,ff K Hx 1. 2 x '- 1 l. Cathy Stewart reflects on the day's events during a peaceful moment. 2. Kerry Denney turns to get a glimpse of his favorite girl at the Christmas Dance. 3. Greg Fontana checks out his financial situation before entering the lunch line. l Craig T. Pratt Claude B. Prettyman Marcia A. Primac Michael J. Pritchard Debra A. Przysiecki Jeff J. Puskas Gary Rasmussen Donna M. Ratzlaff7K Timothy S. Ray if Donald V. Reed Timothy G. Reganjlg Gayle Reiter QQ uv,-' 'TCR I, X . We i 'F v3r!'3',, iv- H -sz 'U .,.. . ,.e 'fm X' ' , , ,W V 4 U. l i, N A 1 l " X J .fi Ji 4 . . i , 1 x -1, Q8 573 I I I I I I i f I, K . K E i N- - .J Q Aung 'I lv WMb1d7l I VJ7-iz. V NJPQL A 3,4 E l' VJ. . i . U Q E3 .6 , .. . ,r . r T5 Q s.. s- we lTLTJlETX lTllmlCl.El E3 I AI, I I I I I I I I I' Steven C. Relf Steven P. Rogers Kareen L. Samue son Randall C. Schalk if Lisa Rhoton Stevan A. Rios Roxanne M. Rooney David B. Robbins? Teresa L. Robillardjli Jim A. Romandy Larry J. Rose Robert J. Rose Joseph M. Rossini Lynne R. Ruedy Blair B. Sanders Gina T. Sangermano Anna M. Sonmartini Gayle T. Sant Linda A. Sapp DeAnna Schenden Jeanie E. Schenk Gregory J. Schererii Michele A. Schiavo Lisa A. Schimmel X N if 'FP' 535555 . "Tw, .If 4 r'- l '17 xk A 'Q WVR X. X W1""7 wr" 151 Qf"'Vx 3-Qt Y. Taryn Roc Dean M l linda A1 5 Craig D- l ti V -.4 -.4 .441 L. L., 3:11 E'i'9EEfill1'QfiF CETDEIE' illilil Taryn Rodgers Dean M Samsvick Linda A Satoflf Craig D Schorr -1.- 1. Villa Park s second string varsity pep squad: lleft to right Pat Michael Keith Krueger Greg Fontana Jeff Janzen Scott Fredrickson Larry Harman Steve Shultz Mike McFarlane Jeff Puskas Bob Rose Mike Ballantyne and John Heineken. 2. Kathy Cangelosi and Amy Speth turn white when they see freaks walk by. 3. Jane Bickham brings her pet guinea pig lname unknownl to wear as a hat? Stars 53 I. I- It Q.- - I ' ' ,. V., A , - A A -. L l . ij D ll Cl ' f 'K' -1 J I -- A ft I I I I I I I I I I I lllllllff I ll.lQ54f'l , ,fig llqwl . ' x f - J .SM . I f t 'K l 'J' , D ' 'A Q A fi , l I A ' 3151! I-.. . A i 7 I .li U l 4 t ' l 5 5 . . 5 . ijfif ' U I l 1 ' fi Q . - A l J' 2 fi 'l l . fi X l gn? , J . . . marsvs 1. 23:3 " 'A " ' ' S' ' I I I I I I I I I I I I ,, 2 Kirk W. Schrader? Sherri L. Schultz Qfgy' V Deborah S. Schwartz Mary C. Seaman Denise M. Selby Elizabeth Selby Lori Senator William R. Senne fm--M Stephanie L. Sennet Robert J. Sharpe ku' Melinda P. Shearerllg Z: Gayle I. Sherman Jann R. Sherwindt """f Nectar Shrikian l Gary A. Shull bg Stephen M. Shultz4K James H. Sidlerxi Lori A. Sifuentes I Steven W. Silverman Jane E. Sipe 54 Stars lg d I i 1. '-'.-.. -. -3574 '- in My 'I 1 f fu 'swf 1 'vw Q A M H ., , 5 F Q . . . ., ,i .aff 'W Y .4 - - 'VV 0 -...L K A ' ' 1.5, '1 fv,. I 1 5-. Y ' l E 7 ' l A uk B, A ,,.-A 1,-MX' ark ,wi ri , , I I L A A . 4 ., . , - A -1 s 4jg,.X ww I 1 f l 01? ,. -.. .-,, . I ' ' " ' 'YQ 5 -4 A as 1, 'Q 1, NPS ' l - .r " ' E? -'W ' V U 3. fv - -.- +27 " flwiflii I 1 r , ' ,si 1 ' ,V , ....-...gig ., .5,:,'Ijj',gl3frgj , w"s.':- if'--' , .Ifkrszf Y I llufl-I l If' . .',f4, Y w 'llHl"'F-5f?'fx- i 1 J 1' mi 1 1 li l T V4 ,K - a U .1 1 ,.., A in Z f U I , Q 9 , M'- ,f, , A - 'QQKYJ l. While sifting on the lawn, Linda Almsfadl daydreams. 2. Kathy Ralslon and Danefte Ulring discuss problems during a free moment. 3. Ann Harrison flashes a smile during Leadership Day. L mlm' 'Hsl Ame-'xAi.5 Slors 55 7 I I 1 4 I I I A 1 N ' 'summary Q Q ' Q D ' I I I I I I I I I I V Carla B. Taen David W. Talmage Dennis N. Tanaka Thomas F. Tarbutton Michelle J. Tardiff Michelle M. TOVGFCI llfu ,-1' ,Jan 'y Y..'f""" AY-Hs. - l l I l l fl A 2 l ff' f ' be . 3 J' 1 V l. Janis Benson sits on Santa's lMike McFarlanel lap and tells the secret she wants for Christmas, 2. Dean Samsvick fries to amuse Carol Estes by wearing his unusual mask. 3. During the variety show, Greg Scherer acts out ci 50's skit. Stars 57 4: 2 -Wt' ' 4 . 1,72 2 9 , h A 2 ' I 5 if --.l,,l,lllllllllll Paul R. Tovernier Dean E. Taylor Dawn M. Thene Teresa A. Thomas Debra Timothy lg- Kerney A. Tindlell ff Colleen P. Timpane James P. Timpane Sharon L. Torino Bac Thi Trinh Therese L. Trollinger Cathy 5. Tucker Norman B. Tucker Greg J. Tuerffs Sandra K. Turley Douglas F. Turner Gerald J. Turney Danette S. Ulring Margit A. Vahlstrom Chris R. Van Alstine 58 Stars 1' .4-, '14, . ies' ' 1 " 'pig "-IPA! ' ll 1 '7 ' 11 ln 'J-i 'll ' Jn T707 1 wif ' 1 AJ? C ' if-i, 'bil II Q D R3 El U Ji C1 Q I3 Q 'lil I3 . 15 E Colby E Vickie 597. DQ Q I I I I I lr I I l AxK'Ao'+...4,15la ."',fnn L-'fffnn ' , I' -. J' . . 1 'I l:1 C1 'f f 'Was 13.3 I l i vs 5 y . 2 5 Cathy E. Van Boom Stanley G. Jane? E. Van Minsel Vickie R. Vann Van Den Berg .lon L. Veregge Q., gk r ffm- ------ M, Dawn L. Vaught -O l. Mah "De Boom Boom" Smith and Colleen "Rah Rah" Timpane display spirit at a pep assembly. 2. Leah Jensen and Laura Marr seem at ease while performing at a pep assembly. 3. Arline McBride and rest of pep squad cheer seniors on in compefilion yell. Stars 7 C3 CQ WEE Q1 Ch is 'Q 'in lf' 6 1 I" "' ' 1. -2+ . .,.- Q. -,.,f.. ,- ,-.'-waf- -.5,.-':N- . . zqwl' lam. ,- - I ,5,m,,, , ' - 1 'si KJ . H5331-ff m!" imi- rf ' AN H. ky L 'Q ,. 1 X.. I ,If -1- A 93 7 1.11 ,Vp ,wg Mu Na Nu ,l I I l l .711 ga fy.. ,j f Q f Q f7' , 4' N A 3 N NX E 1' E " I ' I I I I I I I GE'W0dG'e LWoNm Elwifiiwgg nwikon 4h,, 66n'H'ro ,f,,.ffv,ff1-V'-:f,Lf-,Q,,x,,?LZ,,ff ,,,Q,gf,: , 1 , ..L-4,,f,zf,jL,? f ff' 1 we - 5"2,4 ,i5'k'. 151,356 ' ' 4. 3 m,'mvMM.4A0,Qh4fvA.. 1 I Q M,-' A gyii j ,Q rapher f 4 ,, if 4 7 f Z A 'sf .1-Am.. .... . U.. .. 53 ffaf ,ml 1.+ff:'zfW A vw! , . . . . .G'2M.Gr1lir'awimi Christi M. Wire Michael A. Wong Stephen D. Woodside Sheryl A. Wootersfg 1'5" "W-.f Laura J. Wynsen Susan L. Wynsen Sandra Y. Yamashiro Gary P. York M iv' his P27360-vu: 62 Stars 1. A few students remain behind as most Seniors leave campus to make a life for themselves. 2. Jr. Barb Saville and Sr. Dave Musson participate in a Mock Wedding for their Contemporary Family Life Class. llg fi Y L ci i . i .1 ji. i ii' i .gg S43- ff... fit' ill We ale ln l i fllllf' i tial i 1-8193.6 .-equi? Q I I I I I s .-1-anon ,A i --'MJ'-:ws ., lu "'5"0H'.. vi' i , s'?8.5'52' N . vw-w....-cv -- N Wixvms'-NAMNWOGR i f, iff' .,. IV f Q?-W we .A . wx, ri jd fm lradi Abdi Bill Alvarez Bryan Amy Michael W. Anderson Jeffrey J. Arthur Kathleen Ayres Michael E. Bashe G. Allan Beamer Dean R. Benson Carol Blood Doug D. Brown Stephanie Brunk Jeffrey Buffington Frank Burchell Antonio Cardoso Gloria Castro Ken Caulkins F Stephen Cecrle'7'i' John Chedister Randy Clark Janice Clements Charles Coker Robert Cole Timothy Cooper Ronald F. DeMint Ward A. Dotson Mark C. Eisenbach Cindi Ellis Perry J. Esslinger sk Bryan D. Ferris Ronald Finnan Denise Fisher Michael Fotch Sue Glatz Bryan Goda ,.,, ,,.,V I Kathie A. Zangger Lynnette L. Zeller Michael E. Zentera Mark J. Zigich Lawrence M. Zigmond Tim J. Zimprich Michael J. Zwicky Janie L. Enright Seniors Not Pictured Wade Griffith Kevin Heftinger Lisa Hilburn Tam Bang Hoang Tuy Vinh Hoang Scott Hogan Greg Holland Hugh Jackes Sherry L. Jacksoneif Virginia L. James Daruosh Javadi Farahnaz Javadi Shahram Javadi Chris Jenkins Casey Jurado Billie C. Kain David Kent J. Paul Kepler John D. Kipp Douglas E. Kissler Kathryn Konopka Treston Kurth Debby Labate Kenny Lamb Garold Larson Marilyn L. Larson Chris Lowrance Danny J. Lynch Glenn MacDonald Brian Meeks Mary Migliore Daniel Miller Mike A. Miller Pam Morrone Kirk Murrin Thomas McManus Charles Coker Philip Nickel David O'Bannon William Parham Eric M. Pariser Kevin M. Parker Annette Paulson James M. Perez Richard Perez Mark H. Potter Darab Raissdanai Kathy Ralston Paul H. Reynolds Mark P. Riddle Match P. Riddle Y Gay L. Riley Richard R. Roberts Todd Royce Mike Schrieter Mike Selander Melissa D. Shaker Ken Shaw Randal Shearer Chris Sorensen John Stamos Gary Swank Alec Tafolla Greg Taylor Cathy Temple Huy Ngoc Trinh Matthew Tyree William Voirol Thomas P. Weimer Cynthia Woolley Jeffrey Wright James Wyman Stars 63 '7 '-ft, 'T ' 1 1 1 fn X A 'v-' .11 r - 5 " EEN:- -6 ' " 'WT' . -.. J dw ' 'Q ,'.'m71f4 ba " mf! g., 953 5 ,f- N I Q. in ff Z A 2 Afggfffg, .L U IYIISSA-DIAIII --H ...-.- -: " H.- :1eii "fkikiW1:E? ?2ii1lI2.'flI u'- iiiialmmu iiiilliilllllli -m Mu. W' I I I l vi l n. I u gqggggqQggggwi ..,-71-puseuu W W .J -tcm 1 -J ta We ms Qzv".,,ga1sC.1T1 L1-W we -1 :Q ' 4 as 1..ij+1gg'J.L1 mnuxuzuzunms . . 11 s Q 1.r.l.Jrl..muwvu... .. mv. 9 M "" 'M I 1 'mmm ll ' 1 5 5 'L I I Y 1 Wi MZEEWIUVVYWIM .--'--'r-'r-F The Spartans staged Spirit Week in Octo- ber. The show started with the cast, VPHS stu- dents, dressed as tourists. The final act, on Friday, had the Spartans taking bows wear- ing school colors. The other days were scenes acted by each individual class as they tried to show that their class had the most spirit. Tuesday was Sophomore Day. The class of '79 came on stage as little kids. The Juniors acted as Rock Stars on Wednesday. The spot- light was on the Seniors, as they portrayed freaks on Thursday. The campus was a stage decorated with streamers and painted signs. "We're mighty fine, we're the class of '79," "We're great, we're the class of '78," "We're the angels sent from heaven, we're the class of '77," were some of the scripts. il HA' JI TUUIDI N lflf JNTAIEIE if IDII ID ll if NV IE! 4.1. it in T :k ""'l'l.f.,..pi..,A,. f. af. uv .nw iw- -f-' ,nn .r .pw .F mi.'y'f" " " -r S4 vi 41 -4 -4 J-. J .4-.4-.4-r-r-r-r-r'r'rr.ic 1 '1 q, fx J 'fb .5,Z?,ff+f Y 77 ,lx 1- a ggi" i If Q, we El E Q il ,Q Ja A 'SW ,i ' l. Donna Colley gets into character for Junior Spirit Day. lx 2. 'Rocking out' are Penny Grisham, Jo Ann Lauriton, Marie Van Vaoren, and Linda Zigich. 3. Sophomore Allison shows spirit. 1 4. A star is born, Debi Cool on Junior Spirit Day shines. 5. Teresa Park and Cheryl Malmquist play their parts on 5 l . l Sophomore Spirit Day. 33 6. Dressed as freaks, Carol Andrews and Terri Nagodi ll , 'J shine on Senior Spirit Day. if 7. Costumed for Senior Spirit Day, Lori Elley and Gayle Sherman dress as siamese twins. 53 J I9-1 8. Maria Jimenez, spotlighted on Sophomore Spirit Day, 5 receives applause for an excellent performance. i 5 Rehearsal 67 4 , ' IFS IDIEIDIFIDIIQMK IDIDILIE v I V IC IL A S Z7f7"'1,,' 'I . . ,I ' Lay 14,3354 'ff ' ' . f I I .W ,. , nh , ,f . - X' i If Y CX' Q -3 -121i ,i T V- , E .2 ea Eqe f T L iff .Qi ? 172 ,5 3 5 5 3 5- 5- Y '3' gfrixi' E 3? 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Y 4? 12 ,x 4 .f x 4 2' WHAT HAPPENED AT THE VILLA PARK HIGH VS SANTA ANA HIGH FOOTBALL HALFTIME, WILL BE SOMETHING THE CLASS OF '77' WILL NEVER FORGET . . A Spartan Presentation of IHUMLIE 'C 'UML ll N13 With an All Star Cast Starring as Queen ' DEBBIE KITZMILLER and a Supporting Court of OLGA ARANA ' SHARALYN GRIGGS ' ANN HARRISON ' JENNIFER JORY ' KATHLEEN LEWIS ' MARY WENETA Produced by VPHS Directed by Dorothy Anderson Supported by VP Varisty Football, Water Polo and Cross Country Teams Featuring Marching Band and Drill Teams, Spirited Student Body, Fascinated Football Fans, Proud Parents, Fearsome Faculty, Rah-Rah Pep Squad, ond Rowdy Alumni. GP: GENERAL PANDEMONIUM From Top Left Clockwise, Jennifer Jory, Kathleen Lewis, Ann Harrison, Olga Arona, Mary Weneta and Sharilyn Griggs 'bv M ew A I, ..., p- , fb- bl,- ,gpf 23214-2+ f Ji 3. 'z..v1 - . '12-V2 HHH " 46 S N -44: QW!-1, NW , L ' ".7f'M ' 'F fL"f: EJ: '77F,'1fy. 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Row l lfrontl: Lori Freed, Row 2: Terry Simpson, Dean Samsvick and Mike Leong, Row 3: Lynn Fredson, Sharon Khazoyan and Angela Baros, Row 4: Michelle Julian, Karen Ford, Karen Hunter, Sharon Bailey and Chris Cleveland, Row 5: Linda Baresel, Mike McFarlane, Steve Holwell and Julie Bigelow, Row 6: Rob Thomas, Chuck Leonard, Brett Gereau, Kristin Cole, Jackie Stockdale, Mike Cardinel and Terry Porter. 3. Chuck Leonard reads board to find next deadline. 4. Concentration shows on the face of Lynn Fredson busy at work. 5. Mike Leong flips through proof book trying to find a perfect shot. 6. Brett Gereau reflects concern over next photo assign- ment. 7. Showing their director qualities are Terry Simpson, Michelle Julian, Dean Samsvick, Mike Leong, Mike McFarlane, Angela Baros and Steve Howell. -+11 , v , .fm ,-- .- ., -. e - I .. -. .ez-." - 3 K ,Q -,,v, i L - .f I ..A,," A . A yt'-:,ff'v' ,- ' :mini ' :f.7fLm4::2'H':-.. . " Asif news editor iulian editorial editor - terry simpson feature editor - dean samsvick sports editor -- mike leong cartoonist - brad gross, steve christian photographer - brett gereau, terry por- ro b thomas I reporters karen ford, karen marianne churney, sharon khazoyan, on mcfar lynn The Oracle Staff produced a news- paper every three weeks for students. The staff presented a spectacle of school events with both comedies and tragedies. Backstage in the production of the Oracle was editor-in-chief, Sherri Gross, who, together with a large cast, produced a fine newspaper. .v ,A X , t , -miixf r '31 A ', V fy L4 I, c ' im'f'il"i' 4 .iegmtii if ' L' .V ivr ' ll 1 lex mls v fl ,c ost I 1 'l ' - V lin' - ! E Y . ' It 'Sl I V4 W, - U ' P' if i ,,,, as k 2 ,K X fa' c- R ii' 1 f i 'i"s T" ' ,S 'A 'fi' X' A NK. ,M- Rehearsal 75 Sh' ik A I-nh. Af-'.h. 4 gk 1414 a nl a .K o . 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After weeks of rehearsals, the students were transformed into actors. Skits, solos, and choreographed dancing filled the eve- ning until one sad clown shed a tear and the performers returned to take their bows under the bright spotlight. QQ Q ,NN ' Ill Rl 2 82 Rehearsal .' 'g U14 ,MA 494 Y . A f ' 'Z ' 1, ' 4 'TY ifffkf' "' ' Y' ' ' ' 4- , ff, . X ,CM Qi-2? ,,, , s,:, ,,,, ff W aj-EQ ,, ,,.f ,.,,gv' 'E , ,, , , 4 7 bfi? " ' " ' - I ' , V 1 1 ff- 1, if ' , , fi-'ff1,, 7 ,, ,-nf? " "' ,,,f, f A ll 1 dv I Qi K r ,Wei I ,. Ve g 'I if Ji? 'I 55 ' g-11-Q!-2 S if l -l A A 'L A' " L" i 1 lil f nfl f 1 zip! 1 A I :J ' l I I ' ,YHXVY Z' st' 964402 Z 1-, ,,,- eg 4. 5395 -X44 Y -4 WOMEN'S GLEE: lrow ll Kathy Ebrite, Veronica Penn, Jennifer Warren, Terry Marr, Annette Miale, Robyn Cut- ler, Betsy Walli, lrow 2l Susan Lynch, Korinne Robertson, Vilia Variakoiis, Ann Whitesell, Melissa Bush, Mary Migl- iore, lrow 3l Aeme Frehner, Robin Bennet, Cheryl Allen, Martha Maloy, Cari Bourette, Betsy Ross, Liz Boulger, Terry Carlin, Marie Alarid, Kirsten Cunningham, lnot pic- turedl Pam Buxton, Colette Klima, Jo Ann Lauriton, Andra Marshall. CONCERT CHOIR: lrow ll Debbie Kraft, Alison Hickman, Jaqueline Cross, Tiffany Royce, Kathy Voorhees, Cynthia Gerry, Debra Cordray, Linda Standley, Melissa Bush, lrow 21 Arlene Guy, Mary Larson, Penny Grisham, Pris- cilla Miller, Mark McCracken, Tom Moore, Ken Posthuma, Paul Wackym, Ross Owens, Kelly Webb, Bobbi Jean Fickle, Jana Grant, Careyn Martin. Celeste Tavera sings a medley of tunes, Greg Hodson, Jim Landis, Patty Pullock, Jo Anne Kerwin, Steve Sandoval, and Greg Scherer set the stage for the singing duel between "Pansy" and the "Khange." Micheal Tavera plays a concert solo. Rehearsal 83 fs A C- Q rw -22 '.,EL'1E' 44,1 ,,,, l' M X 7 m X 7. Karen Storruste moves to the music. 8 ...W ' i ww" , 4 . 4 IDAHQIE Sl AIIQIKILIES IN SlD'DTflLlI4l3ll'lT . Kicking to the music is Wayne Sheets. . Randy Lack deep in concentration tries to master a diffi- cult dance step. . Kathy Cangelosi, Gayle Sant, Kim Triggs, Chris Nelson, Chris Haydt, Celeste Tavera, Cheryl Tartter, and Nadia Anosari are keeping a straight line: . Sue Smith and Mary Weneta perform a modern dance pose. . Assuming a bizzare'shape are lfront to backl Christa Stone, Chris Douglas, Sue Smith, Lisa Buffington, Mary Weneta, and Lynette Okubo. . Teacher of the dance class, Anne Folkert, practices her own routine. . Diana MacNeil, Debra Fris, Sherri Stamp, Karen Star- ruste, and Darlene Johnson show imagination with this formation. Dance Choreography has become cz big hit on the VPHS campus. This is a year course where the students audition to be in the class. Their major proiect is a concert held in the spring. lt's a combination of modern dance, jazz, tap, and ballet. The routines are produced by the students themselves. Dance teacher, Mrs. Anne Folkert, says, "Anyone who missed the concert missed the highlight of the year." 84 Rehearsal QQ. Q6 ,6- nm I . N1 . A A ' ' .-...., .... .M N1 YKWQNQQQNW. ii 1 it Q an . ia U M. Q iff: Rehearsal B5 '1 - - 1. fb, A ' n Qr- A ,,' D , an my .Q .M .M - vw M- .va 1- .Wm -1. JW. 'Hn My XDIIQIIILIL WIIEAM ,, IFILAMEJI WFAINE MMVAIIQIDJI Rehears I ssl, 1 . A --s X IRI I I I I I I I I I I I 1 n-...Ama Drlll Team and Twurllng Flags partlcl pated In nlne half times and parades, and three pep assemblies DRlLL TEAM lfront rowl Kathy Wright Emu Klyo toku Judy Rlley Betsy Walla F1rstLleutenant Karen Storruste Captain Judy Hawkrns Second Lxeutenant Gall Brandon Terry Stranslcy June Yokogawa Cheryl Malmqurst Teresa Park tsec ond row Pam Barley Chrls Jones Lon Freed Karen Kelly Candy Gerry Jo Ann Launton Carol Los: Janet Holdndge Sue Wnght Jo Ann Hol dndge Tern Ketchum t3rd rowl Janet Mrlls Mnc helle November Shan Hedln Lmsa Sullnvan Gwen McMillan Cheryl Tartter Nancy Gallbralth Deb ble Cordray Kathy Drey Lusa Hall Laura Comp ton Valerle Apt tdth rowj Shella Strnpathy Mary Norburg Kathy Los: Gayluan Bode Duane Rog ers Katle Ellungton Sharon Ewald Lynn Fredson Shelly Lewns Cindy Battles Second Lieutenant Gall Brandon seems self con scrous about her leader nnrhatnon get up Award wlnnlng Drlll Team marches to victory at Rosemead Val Lenz prepares to salute ludges at Chuno Parade TWlRLlNG FLAGS lfront to backl Cindy Sum mons Adrianne Ender Sue Avenll Penny Gris ham Captam Sue Starke Jonna Jensen Sue Kung tmnssrngl Val Lenz 6 Twurlung flags show thenr sprrut at the Tustun Taller s assembly Rehearsal 87 IHAXILIF'-WIIIMKI JFIDIEEWIA4 IULAXID Z Q if 4' Q. vw fy 7 . 54 kk, , gf fl 1 H if J ,Zum v I . 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' new 'A ' A' , .wwf .1 V ' ,lmzfn iwhurl it J I W v 24, 5' f ' ' .4 i I O I 'v I I ll n-.s1r1lillQ1r..xul.ss AIUIDIIIENCIE I ? if ,."4 j. t A2 i 4. 7. 9 4 'r ,,, 4 I I I: V5 .-.,.,V V X , y. 5 y . 1 Q f. 1 'r 4 "And now for your half-time entertain- ment, we proudly present the Villa Park marching band and Drill Team." These words were heard at every home football game as the band marched onto the field. The marching spartans sporkled during the half-time shows. The Drill Team did iazz dances to the music of "That's Entertainment" and others that the band played. The band perfected the fight song. The marching spartans showed their spirit by having early morning practices, doing new routines and songs at the half-time shows and cheering at away games. Their dedication made the many half-time shows great all the way through the CIF finals in December. l. The Villa Park High School marching band, Drill Team, and Attached Units perform for a half-time crowd. 2. Drill Team Second Lieutenant Gail Brandon beams during a half-time routine. 3. Bill Bower directs the band during a pre-game per- formance. 4. Percussionists Rod Ida and Don Daily march off field after a show. 9? ..-11-.-. .W r f--wig. .. 'L ,- l. I. N .Lx l E1-:I ff l- ni ,ii 112 13235, 4... , .,,.,-f-l-sygswl Ntrrsli-?gS5xE.:E2N?.-v1-::. .5 S , i - 1 L ' . f g : t ' ,. -Q -0 " lllllljlllll iaxauuaauaaa' r : ' K Fl A t. ,H I '- ,t 1 K ,,.,l,l- 1 .1 f gl 1 'A J I n. I n. A WIP ILIEID IEW AU., TIA' ll-IIEID IUNII lflf llllllllllll -f-like The attached units ofthe Spartan Band had a very spectacular year, Under the leadership of Captain Laurie Class, the tall flags made the change to tall "twirling" flags. Performing at many halt-time shows and parades, they soon became an asset to the Marching Spar- tans. Marching with a new stepoff, the banner team received many compliments and high scores, The highlight of the year was at the West Arcadia parade when they received the highest score ever achieved. They also skill- fully executed many drills at half-time shows. Both groups had an exciting year and are looking forward to continued success next yeah I. BANNERS: Kathy Crouch, Judi Haspell, Leslie Wet- ton, Sue Kress, Ronda Bennett, Maryann Fitzpatrick - Captain, Cathy Nelson, Janel Larson, Nancy White, and Jean Krick. 2. Ending the routine to "Step in Time" in the Spring Show are Leslie Wetton, Maryann Fitzpatrick, .lanel Larson, Jean Krick, and Ronda Bennett. 3, At the Homecoming game, old members join the regu- lar members for the half-time show. 4. Captain Maryann Fitzpatrick assumes her marching position. 90 Rehearsal i'i"l805H8u l I ly l l in a'-Q KT K... .k GJ, H . 5 1 Z " . , ,, 7 ... I I I I I "l i il L , H - - ' " 't,-.1?" 'J .,.,, Af ,AAG-riff , gf " it JLA, A 1 f A, A. , I AEIA. 415. if 1" Y' Xi ' 'J J, . ff, ft gi' il f 'A 1 C X , - 54? A " v I 'ij 4 1 qi Tall twirling flags perform half-time routine at a home football game. Captain Laurie Class marches beside the band at Rosemead parade. Janet Freeman, clutching her flag, prepares to enter the field for a show. During Homecoming half-time, Flags anxiously await the announcement ot the Queen. TALL TWIRLING FLAGS: lback rowl Susan Powell, Jackie Cross, Melanie Wilkerson, Abby Cohen, Kellee Dobkins, Katy Kahn, Judi Haspell, ltront YOWJ Kathy Stuffler, Karen Pastorius - Lieutenant, Marianne Churney, Laurie Class - Captain, Jenny Barnes, Not pictured: Janet Freeman and Sharon Jekiel, Rehearsal 91 i gi.: , .1 s 1 ,f , 1 ' V ti ' I -f fi " . if ' 4 3 ' A if 4 1 3 1' v , 4 1 lr ff V ov 0 I , ' f, 'Tail' .2LA1L, A -F" M ' ' wb ', '. S . . -1, i , 1' Inf I " , Qc 5: 5 ... . 1-Af-r If if " J IDAXIDTIANJI I A JH 4 -fn 1fw'f A V 4' E' -X "1 5' , , 1- ,.a.., X , U KJ' B .N 'Q I ini ,ttf .,. ..,. - I-fax. me 1 . "' A in 12. 1 '. I ' nwivwrf -'-L 'V ,431 92 Rehgolfgql , 1 i ' --...-.gm11.N.v..z . V V -54:-'.,: .- fn-' -Y ,- fumvsfygx . , ,wah A Fin S gt. I Lx' : 1 , W am'-1 rf Hui" 'K A, Z V ff A V f-4L,..e U I J VJ' , v ! 1 l, I 'ai-LJ-3 I L , A O P V ' JI E 4' Zi' 1 'U . ff . fjqg, 5.1:--r.,w ' s A ,, M.. . After hours of early mornings, second period consultations with Band Director Mike Corrigan, and Drill Team Advisor Krissa Bay- lor and street marching, the Villa Park Mar- chin' Spartans were ready. Rosemead, Chino, Santa Monica, West Arcadia, Long Beach, National City, May Parade, LaMirada and Magic Mountain audiences all awaited the Marchin' Spartans. Many times Villa Park walked away with Sweepstakes and First Place awards for their outstanding Band and Drill Team. l. Banners at Rosemead Parade compete for the Atta- ched Units Award. 2. First Place Award winners at Santa Monica, the Villa Park Marchin' Spartans show their professionalism. 3. Captain Sue Starke glows during twirling flag routine. 4. A birdseye view of the Drill Team shows them iust before they begin their street pattern. -Rehearsal -.93 12 f Z C1323 P22 qc ga' ,ia 1:22 Z ea aw , ' IBANI I I I I I I I I C I I I I I I 1 1 , .. Z' T T' I - Y .- T. .vi T' 1- , l iw.. I l ,' - Y A, V J 955' . ,R " I A AI I I I f, I 'H ,P l IUNIES IUI f ff .M .. . - if T f I I I I I I I I I I I I I l gm I ymmq. "MT Wu---"" " l. Hilary Weissman concentrates as she plays a song. 2. JAZZ BAND: M. Lottman, K. Balthrop, R. Gelert, T, De Forrest, B. Freeman, Martin, G. Schulz, M. Tavera, M. Fotch, K. Heinrich, J. Stange, T. State, C. Schulz, R. Adcock, D. March, S. Morris, A. Lyons, L. Luhrsen. 3. The pep band plays the fight song ata pep assembly. 4. Don March and Martha Moore play a duet. 94 Rehearsal 'Wifi-v-f 'Kish' J ,, ., 1 JJ' tg: i lv V 41' " . , I v :fl 'I .fi .. ., it 4 IH i ,y ii SYMPHONIC BAND. ltop rowl Mr. R. Corrigan, J. Vincent, B. Martin, M. Fotch, R. Ida, D. Dalry, B. Cal- lis, K. Christensen, M. Johnson, C. Schultz, T. State, R. Adcock, R. Myracle, J. Stange, E. Walton, T. Van Etten, M. Hanna, B. Bower, lseated back fowl W. Starkey, M. Lehman, R. Virus, B. Freeman, T. DeForrest, R. Gelert, K. Balthrop, A, Lyons, G. Wood- worth, P. Nelson, M. Moore, V. King, V. Yamashiro, lseated 3rd rowl C. Hammond, J. Byrd, J, Krick, L. Luhrsen, S. Morris, D. March, D. Wright, J. Schenk, S. Houser, R. Rasmussen, P. Norling, J, Carter, iseated 2nd rowl T. Poulson, J. Malloy, D. Powelson, L. Reudy, D. Buck, V. Maruko, S. Kenady. ORCHESTRA: lrow l lC. Johnston, L. Dalburg, A. Fair- childs, R. Goerke, J. Larson, E. Johnston, lrow Ql C. Brown, G. Brandon, T. Weister, L, Rogers, A. Howan- sky, M. Norburg, M. Bath, L. Pagulayan, S. Weister, lrow 3l Mr. R. Coleman, N. Fairless, T. Paulson, J. Malloy, S. Kenady, J, Schulz, H. Weissman, D. Hay- nie, Not shown. T. Palmquist, D. Quintana. CONCERT BAND: D. Macaluso, L. Satsonis, S. Graig, Mr. M. Corrigan, D. Anderson, N. Fairless, T. Martin, D. Fisher, G. Miller, S, Tanakaa, C. King, L. Rossini, A. Costanza, C. Strong, R. Evanhoff, C. Brenier, J. Byrd, D. Dinwiddie, S. ller, M, Martina, S. Johnson, T. Pope. Rehearsal -r3.4 ,fl ,gunz ual V 'A. .,4'1q3 ,' ,559 V ,Qui I ,gsm- I I I I I I'I58flI y f 3 f I 1 I 1 g f 4 3 1 E c Q 1 Q g E A. all A, Q A - i - 'UWIEIIQNMKIENW 'Ellil A INWIDILWIEID 94' ,,i guwvkk 1491.4 l. 1977 ASB CABINET: iseafedl Janis Daily, Sue Abouc- har, Mary-Scoh Boulden, Ann Harrison, Pam Horow- ilz, Dorofhy Anderson, Keith Krueger, lsecond rawl Jennifer Jansen, Chip English, Murcia Primac, Larry Harman, ithird rowl Celeste Tovera, .lanel Ritchie, Mari Kahn, Mr. Alan Trefry, Mike McFarlane, Sieve Sandoval, Sherri Slaump, Angel Dielch, Wendy Daw- son. , -f 'Q ,fir-"Ng ..,-H" L Z 4 96 Rehearsal --, -- -' 42151. J The ASB Cabinet should be given much applause for their year s work as our student officers At the start of the year they went to Santa Barbara to learn and understand the roles each one must play They also attended a CASC Convention board meeting, and vis :ted other schools to exchange ideas so that Villa Park would remam number l To top it off they had four successful dances including Homecoming and Corona tion But the final prolect of the year, under taken by the Cabinet, was the purchase of a sound system lt was used for playing music at lunch and at dances and assemblies Mr Trefry follows the agenda at a daily ASB Cabinet meeting Enloylng Keith Krueger brief respite during a cabinet meeting Kathy MacGinnls smiles Lee Ann Husband Forrest English Dorothy Anderson and Larry Harman lead a Groundhog Day Cabinet meeting Wendy Dawson and Janel Ritchie discuss the possibil ity of school picnic HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES lrow It Carol Los: Forrest English Tanya Ingwerson lrow 2l George Horns, Jenny Warren, Katy Kahn, Cheryl Tartter, San- dra Yomashiro, Jeff Goodfriend, Lou Arlow, Walter Pomeroy, Lynne Ruedy, Ronda Snellbaker, Crow 31 Duane Dotts, Terry Robillard, Mary Norbert, Steve Silverman, Luke Sells, Tom Klecak, Mike De Luca, Robinn Fisher, David Hanaeur, Eva Haretakis, Jackie Williams, Kim Triggs, lrow 41 Jim Lock, Don March, Richard Myracle, Terry Trollinger, Art Reisman, Willie Williams, Gary Lehnnart, Shelly Meyers, Angela Ba ros. President Wce-President Secretary Treasurer School Board Rep. Education Development Com. Board of Control Chm. CASC Representatives Inter-Club Communications Commissioners: Pep Social Activities Cn-Campus Communications Public Relations Grounds Assemblies Foreign Exchange Senior Class President Junior Class President Sophomore Class President Larry Harman Forrest English Marcia Primac Jennifer Jansen Susan Abouchar Mary-Scott Boulden Pam Horowitz Keith Krueger Cathy MacGinnis Sherrie Staump Ann Harrison Dorothy Anderson Janel Ritchie Celeste Tavera Wendy Dawson Steve Sandoval Janis Daily Mike McFarlane Matt Kahn Angel Dietch Rehearsal 'DUMlMilIlflflElES MKAIKIE 'CII'lAN'l3lES Most of the Board of Control activities this year were connected with elections. Ballot collection and counting for Homecoming was done by the Board. They were also in charge of cheerleader voting and constitutional revi- sions started last year and completed this year. The EDC staff worked to develop plans and activities regarding education. ln the past the major responsibility of this group has been coordinating Special Interest Day. However, this year because of Advisor!Advisee, the planning of its speakers was done by EDC. Another activity begun this year was a griev- ance committee - a combined group of administrators, teachers, and students to review grievances and complaints to be han- dled confidentially. Inter Club Council is club presidents work- ing together to coordinate possible fund-rais- ing activities. The painting of a mural at Fred Kelly Sta- dium, paying the mural designer, making sur- veys of parents, administrators, teachers, stu- dents and campus supervisors about open campus, and getting the ban lifted on hypno- tists were iust some of the activities of this year's student Advisory Council to the Board of Education. l. ICC: lseatedl Janis Daily, Judy Hawkins, Chairman Sherry Staump, Dawn Vaught, Terry Robillard, lstandingl Angel Dietch, Tom Kelly, Mary Scott Boul- den, Julie Carter, Matt Kahn, Liz Akamatsu. 2. BOARD OF CONTROL: ltopl Mike Alu, Daren Joy, lmiddlel Julie Carter, Chairman Pam Horowitz, lbot- toml Michelle Cenami, Lori Rosacher, Janet Hol- dridge, Karen Ford. 3. EDC: lrow ll .lanis Daily, Elaine Caroll, Sharon Kha- zoyan, Chairman Mary Scott Boulden, lrow 2l Sue Abouchar, Mike Scotti, John Abouchar. 4. SACBE: Betsy Miale, Stan Van Den Berg, Chairman Sue Abouchar, Daren Joy, lnot picturedl Karen Weileman. Rehearsal V , H. ll I l I, ll J' J Pl ,Ei jrrm! 1 . ll ,Aim l nl 'lying W l is , ,, , n- rl as l Q l N , fl 1 l fl ll ill girth .sniff 1-if Jeux :W if ly ,if moo" "- :.' 3 J4,.1 7- , - rpg,- .,-- ,- -.,,..f,'s J 501'-A' -3"""V'2',.' nv, 'J' f' ' I stf, F M nv wi to A 'Q ' JL V' 'Ku 1-. Board of Control BOC Chairman 12th Grade Members I lth Grade Members l0th Grade Members Pam Horowitz Julie Carter Michelle Cenami Kathleen Lewis Mike Alu Lori Rosacher Steve Martin Karen Ford Janet Holdridge Daren Joy Diane Speich Educational Development Com. EDC Chairman l2th Grade Members l lth Grade Members lOth Grade Members Mary Scott Boulden Sue Abauchar Janis Daily Elaine Carroll Sharon Khazoyan John Abauchar Mike Scotti Inter Club Council ICC President AFS President Art-Photo President Band President Benchwarmers President Bowling Club President Computer Club President CFS President Dance Workshop Presidents Drama President Drill Team Captain French Club President Girl's League President German Club President Junior Class President Key Club President Math-Chess Club President S Club President Spanish Club President Spartan Flyers President Senior Class President Ski Club Steering Comm. Sophomore Class President Sherry Staump Janis Daily Marsha Judd Julie Carter Terry Robillard Sam Maida Tom Kelly, Jr. Elizabeth Akamatsu Sherry Staump Diane MacNeil Bobbi Arend Judy Hawkins Dawn Vaught Kathy Cangelosi Judi Haspell Matt Kahn Jim Graf Bryan Goda Angela Baros Leslie Wetton Dave Anderson Mike McFarlane Liz Boulger Erin Gorsuch Colette Klima Linda Zigich Angela Dietch Student Advisors to the Board of Education SABE Chairman l2th Grade Members 'I lth Grade Members 10th Grade Members Sue Abouchar Betsy Miale Stan Van Den Berg Karen Weileman Daren Joy Rehearsal 99 , I l"8l508l. I, I I, l, a l a lv I I ,. ffl "Feelings of Forever" was the theme on a crisp January evening for the winter formal Coronation Dance. Over 400 students enioyed the sounds of the group "Sound." The highlight of the evening though, was when Dick Brunt announced the 1977 Coronation Court. Lost year's King and Queen relinquished their crowns to the new Queen SANDRA YAMASHIRO and King MIKE MCFARLANE. l. Students enioy a music filled evening. 2. Ecstatic Sandra Yamashiro is crowned by Sue Losi a member of last year's Corona- tion Court. 3. Brent Taylor, Sue Welsh, Doug Webster, Gail Mellonder, Tom Moore and Sharon Bailey take time out for refreshing drink. -BQ: Enjoying the evening's festivities, Dick Brunt and Ann Harrison strike a passion- ate pose. 5. Two ninth graders from Cerro Villa carry on the tradition of serving refreshments at Coronation. 6. Coronation King Mike McFarlane and Queen Sandra Yamashiro start the tradi- tional dance for the court. 7. THE I977 CORONATION COURT: ldescendingl Colleen Timpane, Bill Mullen, Lee Ann Husband, Steve Schultz, Ann Harrison, King Mike McFarlane, Queen Sandro Yamashiro, Dave Robbinns, Cathy MacGinnis, Forrest English, Susan Abouc- har, Larry Harman, Wendy Dawson, lnot picturedl Keith Krueger. 8. During a solitary moment, Nancy Hus- band rests her tired feet while awaiting her date to return with a cool drink. 9. Debbie Kitzmiller cheers over the shoul- ders of Laure Veil and Brian Boyer as the king and queen are announced. H. Dfc.HvP0o CDETTINGTHE Ti-lR11..i. 0: H15 Ling lOO Rehearsa ' 4, 1 4, ' ... ... .. . .. L.- ......,.. -W JANIDIDA A Nl MKIIIIKIE 'CAIDTIIUIDIE fx i 4. ,3'k. Y 8 507 l L L UID M'DMlliN1I TPM!! I it H V ' nz: v b X X i , ' -.-Q :--H -QQ' 7 " 1'i,iI ': I, . XXX fb If 4+ 4' M. '-4 1. ' f f six" ' , " r - . .Q Q ,,. iv, f-,,, Q I s I I I I I I I I I I I I I' Computer Club met daily to program the computers and to discuss programming and its science. Bound close to home because of snow con- ditions, Ski Club was able to make only one trip this year. The trip was made to Mammoth in early January. Before leaving on the trip the club had speakers to show them the new- est equipment and ways to get conditioned. Bowling Club met Fridays to compete against clubs from Canyon and Orange High. Art-Photo Club made art and showed art. if V.: :VC -'-Ij.'3"9'1' .' :df '7-.5. . 3,,.fEf-f,- ' 4kg,14',:-qgag I 7 1 xc-,wg ,anna llll I V -law, Q. . -. - . 45. an ' - 5 U U ..,, , W ,Q .4 tr ' -1, -I--A 1,6651 f 5 l. Bill Senne concentrates on picking up o lO-pin spare. 2. Three Art-Photo members represent the spirit of Art- Photo Club by paying homage to Ansel Adams. 3. Gail Bailey tries for a strike. 4. Sonya Weileman waits for skiing buddies on top of "The Zoo" at Mammoth. 5. Trying to escape the photographer, Jeff Negus skis down Mambo run. 6. COMPUTER CLUB: lseatedl Bryan Goda, Cari Bour- . .. .M , U4 a,..r,f,, ... zvn v 1 ette, Craig Johnson, lrow 21 Andy Cheng, Craig Jones, David Berg, Tom Kelly, Eric Parieser, Craig Heilman. Rehearsal 103 I I H9 ' .f f lin is .4 inIDAN'lIlEJf IENILIIVI N 1 I f f' 'illfiililjiliwf llilllflif 'Y 2 ' u "ir- l l I l ,n Girls had two opportunities this year to attend dances. The first was "The Christmas Dance" held in December before Christmas l Vacation. The second was "Girl-Date-Boy" held in late February, where the girls picked up the tabs. l l. Bob Rose and Melanie Moyer find it interesting to talk to Santa fMike McFarlanel at the Christmas Dance. 2. Wendy Dawson, Cathy MacGinnis, and Steve Brown help themselves to the refreshments served at the l Christmas Dance. ' 3. Karen Speich rocks out at Christmas Dance. l 4. Santa lMike McFarlanel takes time out from his duties l to enioy himself dancing with Kathleen Lewis. l l l l i ' lO4 Rehearsal l .1 ff Q-nl 1 , r X , I f , H 5 Z! 2 I 1 q ,Qin Q F I 4 4 f f Q , ,f ' 1 , ,J , 5 I f ," ,. ,- f, ' ' .,. j 1 A 4 A nv o 5 1 ,pf , i 1 LINDA Girl-Date-Boy was a fun filled evening for many cou- ples. Hector Durazo, Bianca Cangelosi and Chns Douglas talk while dancing to the music of "de Nada." Girl-Date-Bay proved to be an engoyable evening for Pai McGee and her date Randy Virus. Rehearsal IOS . n . ,,'l , 'i I, . - -1 rv ' ,tit li. 114. fi. 'if fi, 'tit 'ri 'ii ri V -4-A .4g' -L A .L- Alflf llf MKIIBILIEIE lf 'CIIQIE Alfllf IDIEID In In lm' I 'T ' i rggf it fl 4 ti 2 . ill ' .A -Rl F rl -f i. has . The pep assemblies were full of fun and excitement throughout the year. There were many skits, including "Kotter's Sweathogs," "Mission Impossible," and "Powwows," all with a lot of school participation and enioy- ment. ln hopes of raising school spirit, the competition yells were always enthusiastic and loud. And at all pep assemblies, every- one helped promote spirit and support all ath- letic events at Villa Park. l. During the Tustin pep assembly, Greg Fontana, Bill Mullen, and Mike Dennis chant of their opponents defeat. 2. Pep squads perform for the crowd at the Homecoming pep assembly. 3. Ghosts and goblins were the theme of the Halloween- Vanguard assembly. 4, Dale Frye skillfully performs a JV cheer to inspire the iunior class. 5. Debbie Holland, Shauna Small, Penny Hall, and Val Posthuma take part in "Mission Impossible." lO6 Rehearsal S M. Wy llf'f' W uf ""44.4r2,. W, WM 1 ..rr'-J" JJ vr'-J nw-J" ZS S. Indian War Chuef Ann Harnson tells Arllne McBride the story ofthe great defeat of the Comanche tnbe As IS the tradltlon Leah Jensen performs the Alma Mater routine Sherry Carmack Sher: Hayes Matt Smith Steve Sandoval Hector Durazo Chris Douglas Mrke McFarlane and Lauren Vrel portray Kotter s sweat hogs during assembly slut With a bug smrle sensor Steve Shultz shows has sprnt Colleen Tlmpane s cheerleadrng abllrty comes out durlng Kotter slot Bull Mullen anxrously awaits the decrslon of Judge Brunt after the competition yell Leah Jensen Laura Marr Shauna Small Sandra Yamashuro Mary Weneta and Mellnda Phelps have a Comanche powwow for the Canyon assembly - V -f - 'Y ....,......... H- Q, 'ahh f 5.5 N MC ' M: i -.I I Q I O7 f' ., 1221 8 5 D 7 I I I I I I I I I ,I ,I 1 I V 1 0 4 SN W W ,- YY I W V5 W ii, ' 9 wg' W wg Q xi " W 2'Wfm-- it f' 'r T f W ' f J e- ' r- I fe' . f' : 'T' " 'T -:Lx 1: ff igfflv ' :I '15 ' 362?i9PQ2f2if 1 4-11 M, W,E?7,:y, Wi, , V: ,.,., ,W N 'J-H -ffff - - ,,,. , ..,,,, nan- -.,,. me-N ...M , nk---u...,,, , A-4 W, lf- , . -. . . -......f A 1. I ,. l P ID IE IDSII Ili ID S IL IE A ID S 'IZ II'I1D 'U IL I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ill I ' - , 4 qijvll' ,. pm- 11 11.1 .. . I , , ',.i,, y is 4 ' 422' A , a, 1: I Q I ff " in J , The Varsity pep squad and song leaders help to spread spirit throughout the year. Put- ting on pep assemblies and cheering at all of the games, they helped to bring Villa Park many victories. I. VARSITY SONGLEADERSz lrow ll Mary Weneta, Shauna Small, Leah Jensen, Melinda Phelps, lrow 21 Laurie Marr, Sandra Yamashiro. 2. Mary Weneta acts as a Comanche in the Canyon assembly. 3. Melinda Phelps and Mary Weneta wait for the rest of Varsity Pep Squad before a noon pep assembly. 4. Sandra Yamashiro is delighted over the basketball team's score. 5. ln the middle of her routine Shauna Small smiles to "Mt"- the crowd. --- 6. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: lrow TI Debbie Holland, .... Val Postuma, Penny Hall, Karen Speich, Kris Morris, Melanie West. 7. Watching a free throw attempt, Melanie West hopes for a point. 8. Leading the sparfans in a cheer are Melanie West, Val Pasthuma, and Penny Hall. 9. Penny Hall, varsity cheerleader, does a cheer while Mary Weneta looks on. I IOB Rehearsal si -4 -1 1fl'1,ilrv - f-:iw ni .Jil ' lx N Hlgll 0 'au ls I I W .W I I 'ig 5 .tif I' t"l II ' 4 .xg III xi T 3 3. rr I 'sf i lllllllllllgl 5 .1 :1 sf' ' YS uf - yx E. , ' yi ' YH YN YN v - v - v - v N N ,. N ,- ' 7-L' 'ivy - 'T-1 - 'T-1 - 'Tx 'ix - 'Twp ' 7. '7. - '74 w .V ' ---H" A ' ' H ' ' F . Q . Q . - . . - arf - A-an -V - ff-'J - 'H hl N SIIDIIIIQWI U ' 'f " ' f"'f U H fw fi vlvq '1 6 , X L V, x 1 19.1K , 4- 4444 ,S gp LI ' - -"AAA J PM ,r ' 1 Aiudm... JH- I nr' If I v 1 JA 'J ' W Ji J J J J -I J JJ lfi rr II JN ' E I JJJ JJJ ,JH v I r L I., 1 I I l . .A .3 ,lf 1 fain' Jf.f,f-1 'J in - J- - V ww'-- f -' ,f Rehearsal 109 .IZQ ....... .- ...ai .j -J -3 ... ' ll-IIEIEIDILIEAIDIEIDJF ' II-IAIDAW 'U ,AL ', ,' - 1 .,5r:sIQ:,, ' Uk. ,yu '. nge? ?:i52i.f?'l! Junior and sophomore cheerleaders staged spirit yells and skits throughout the year. Direction by Mrs. Kurek, pep advi- sor, led them through a year of well run, imaginative pep assemblies. The cheer- leaders participated in pep assemblies planned by the pep commissioner, some of which were Mission Impossible, Homecom- ing, Halloween and Fire Engines. In the springtime clinics for future cheerleaders were run by the present iunior and sopho- more cheerleaders. l IO Rehearsal -Ainniuhnnl... Add '- " u-l""" null "f-S?" '-Sig' l t'iDlETcir'lur7oil2lr SP IRI 1- fig- U:-i 1 l i i I E iff. l .ff f I J of Y 4 l53q9l'lll l I l I JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: llst rowl Calene Johnson, Tammy Bell, l2nd rowl Liz Boulger, Linda Nowicki, 13rd rowl Nancy Smith, Chris Haydt. "Rock Stars" Liz Boulger, Calene Johnson, Tammy Bell, Patty Ballantyne, Denise Allen and Linda Now- icki break up after "Osmonds" act. Nancy Smith shows her surprise at JV crowd's reac- tion. Mrs. Kurek shows her amusement at the pep squads routine. Sophomore Cheerleaders show Spartans a new cheer. ll to rl Leslie Moyer, Teace Dufault, Wendy Payne, Karen Kauffeld, Kathy Wall, and Patty Betts. The Alma Mater is sung emotionally by Leslie Moyer, SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS: llst rowl Kathy Wall, Karen Kauffeld, Leslie Moyer, Teace Dufault, l2nd rowl Wendy Payne, l3rd rowj Patty Betts. I . ,,l at-'Q H 1 . 4+ -sl filo -1- "?'i1 Q- . V A-of i y, ,,L,3.Q,-- N ,Y -'0 , 113' 1 , . 'NK - T, , H' -'Z lst, 4 -1 - -. - 5 "- -A Q ,.,""'f- ., .L agp ' 1 My ' Q A, f,f1.i,,f- DLEVQJI, '.-N ' V ' ' .L ' V ' Q 1 , ,zz-,. fu we , . C "' . 'mfs of hh- , , , - Y-Q . -1 x' n A , -can Q ,j' ale ' -Y--' ',. A V Qs- ' 4 Rehearsal l l l .elntonul 4 IHIEILID IHYIDI JIDIIIDII . H '!'l 'l1'l1 'l'l1'n'lsil E s ,Qs W X -v During the year Pep Commissioner Ann Harrison planned the pep assemblies with the help of Mascots Arline McBride and Bill Mullen. They led the Spartans with cheers and told of upcoming events. l. Pep Commissioner, Ann Harrison, Mascots Bill Mullen and Arline McBride. 2. Ann Harrison keeps a watch out for pep assembly ideas. 3. During a halloween Pep Assembly, mascots Bill Mullen and Arline McBride lead a cheer. 4. Mascot Bill Mullen beckons to crowd with micro- phone. ll2 Rehearsal rr-Y. , . LL I s rx pl 3 1" A .1- ,XXL i 'll A i ll l ' ll iq, i if lll . l llllllllllll" The Girl's League with Linda Sator as President did such things as selling candy canes, sponsoring Date-Dad and Sadie Hawkins. Benchwarmers help spread spirit throughout the year, by painting signs, cheering at the games, and selling ribbons and buttons. I. BOARD OF GlRL'S LEAGUE: ll to rl Linda Sator, Chris Douglas, Kathy Cangelosi, Ruth McDowell, Susan Starke, Ann Harrison and Sherrie Paino. 2. Painting signs for upcoming games are a routine happening for Leslie Jansen, 3. Terri Bissell and Leslie Jansen await the on-rush of football players. 4. BENCHWARMERS: ll to rl Gayle Reiter, Sue Welsh, Sharon Bailey, Terry Robillard, Donna Ratzlaff, Gale Mellender, Leslie Braden, Jana Dierking, Karen Statom, Leslie Jansen, JoAnne Balandran, Toni Nissen, Terri Bissell, Pat Alvarez, lnot picturedl Debbie Gottberg, and Cathy Par- ker. 5. Gale Mellender folds up the painted posters for the coming game. "' 5 Rehearsal I l 3 it JflDll2lIN' Jflll XV I Nlfl ANCIEJF 'CIIQUMVI I I I I I I I I I I I I i Q Drill Team and Attached Units members were spotlighted in this year's Spring Show, "A World of Imagination." Train Conductor Alesia Boatright led the audi- ence through lands of the Magic Kingdom introducing them to the various routines. The large audience turnout will supply the necessary funds to purchase new uni- forms for future Drill Team members. The Parade March cadence was per- formed bythe Band's Percussion Unit. Highlighting this year production was appearances by the Barbershop Quartet, Matt Shaker, Celeste Tavera, and the Son- gleaders. l. June Yokagawa and Cindy Gerry await their cue to begin the New Orleans routine. 2. Hi Ho, the show's cutesy routine was performed by Teresa Park, Terry Stransky, Kathy Wright, Karen Kelly, Pam Bailey, Sue Wright, Terry Ketc- hum, and Debbie Cordray. 3. Tall Flags routine, Johnny Tremain, as performed by Jackie Cross and Lori Class. A. Sharon Jekiel beams during Supercali- fragilisticexpialodocious. 5. Tomorrowland was the theme of Space I999 twirled by Val Lenz and Sue Starke under black- lights. 6, Box cars Sue Kress, Kathy Drey, Karen Pastorious, and Sue Starke compose part of the Casey Jr. Railroad act. 7. Drill Team Captain Judy Hawkins completes salute during the opening Parade March, 'Army of the Nilef l ll4 Rehearsal l 4 l l l i l l l i l I 1 l l l i l , 'xr Q A 39' QR! gfulwlffnge 1, A I, . 1- ,u..f- ,M-f'..,XJ? '-.Y4- --lu . . ,', '. 'EILIUIIBS IDIEIDIFDIIQM SIEIIQVIIMDIES Key club and "S" Club service the campus in many ways. "S" club hosted after-basket- ball game dances and handicapped children for lunch at Christmas. Track meets and Back to School night were ushered by club mem- bers. Spring was the high point with a visit to Warner Hot Springs. Kiwanis Marathon, bowling tournaments, gran-prix races and a whale watch were fall semester events sponsored by this year's Key Club. Math-Chess club represented Villa Park at various tournaments throughout California. Servite, Buena Park, Troy, Santiago, and Cypress were clubs competed against. lt was during these competitions that star player Bryan Goda emerged. The club has mostly sophomore members and they are looking forward to next year. Spartan Flyers met to raise money to pay for flying time. They did this by washing cars and airplanes. Having flown several times, many of the students were also exploring ways to fly as a career. l 16 Rehearsal ., , , 'N of , 'wig' " xl l .654 1-, ff. 4, 11 .' 4 "-119' x Z W5 Q . Y. we ts- ,, 3 ?? 5 Lf- 1- In deep concentration while playing chess Dave Cooper contemplates the move that will bring him to checkmate. Spartan flyers wing-sit on one of those incredible fly- ing machines. "S" CLUB MEMBERS: lfrom left to right, row ll Alli- son Gugiotta, Sonya Dakin, Lisa Shimmel, Cathy Nel- son, Careyn Brenier, Carol Hoage, lrow 21 Patty Welsh, Shannon Holthe, Sharon Salmond, June Pinch, Regina Hansen, Angela Baros, Maureen Sal- mond, Laura Hotchkiss, Debbie York, Ann Costanza, Cari Bourette, Cheryl Lambert. SPARTAN FLYERS MEMBERS: lfrom left to right, seatedl Julie Fisher, Becky Steckler, lrow 2l Paul Kepler, David Anderson, Keith Reid, advisor, Dave Harman, Dave Green. KEY CLUB MEMBERS: lfrom left to rightl Larry Soko- loff, Mark Keiner, Mitch Cohen, Glenn Alton, Jim Graf. Rehearsal 7 llffltilluillllll' 1 i t , Jai tm -its .git .im .gn .fit .iii .iii .ai .ii at alll? "N ILIIJIBJI IENIBAMEIE IIN AUIIIWIITIIIIE I CSF California Scholastic Federation members maintained a good grade point average and enioyed a field trip to Universal Studios during a hail storm. AFS lAmerican Field Servicel had fun dur- ing their International Week, holding a ban- quet, folk dance, and other events. The obiective of the French, German, and Spanish Club is to learn about the culture of their country. German Club visited the Okto- bertest at Busch Gardens, while Spanish Club went to Olvera Street, and also to La Posada Church for a Spanish Christmas. T. AFS CLUB: ilst row, squattingl Janis Daily, Daralee Ota, Sherrie Paino, Mary Scott Boulden, Terry Blan- diaux lBelgiuml, Maria E, R. Lima tBrazill, Leonora Costales iEcuadorl, Ana Maria S. L. lBrazill, lngela Ostberg lSwedenl, 12nd rowl Carolyn Eumurian, San- dra Malinski, Sharon Khazoyan, Elaine Carroll, Jill Thompson, Sheryl Picker, Carlos H. Aranibar lBolivial, Linda Rogers, Ginia Guerra iBrazill, Cari Bourette, Sheryl Lambert, Sergio Dansilo de Simone iUruguayj, Lorraine Cameron tSouth Atrical, Leslie Boyd, l3rd row behind walll Pam Applegate, Donna Ratzlaft, Kathy Drey, Lisa Sellars, Ken Meyer, Cheryl Gish, Robert Zwicky, Vilia Variakoiis, Ken Wirseen tSwe- denl, Antonio Cardoso lPortugall, Debbie Bigelow, Mary Stockinger, Dawn Thene, Ramon Ricardo Gomez Diaz lPerul. 2. Ana Maria lleftj, and Ginia Guerra trightl, perform a Brazilian folk dance. 3. CSF CLUB: lseated, lst rowl Julie Carter, Barb Saville, Paulla Elmore, Karen Goda, Jann Sherwindt, Liz Aka- matsu, Careyn Brenier, Carol Hoage, Lynn Pagu- layan, iseated, 2nd rowl Robin Carter, Karen Hunter, Donna Ratzlaff, Sandra Malinski, Val Mastin, Doro- thy Maloney, Ronda Bennett, Betsy Miale, Daralee Ota, istanding, 3rd rowj Marianne Churney, Mary Norburg, Louise Sanematsu, Annette Miale, Sheri Thomas, Bobbi Fickle, Susan Jensvold, Bryan Goda, Rick Longyear, Mike Leong, Mitchell Cohen, Pam San- dhoefner, Lori Hardacre, John Anasis, Sandra Yama- shiro, Mike Alu, Cathy Losi, Jonna Jensen. -4 , til i i' N. 'i M v 1 S Xl it I I I I I I I iI5"I I I I , 4 0 0 U midi gal, a, If 'i 'WE HE 4' 1- l gs ,pjcr If ll' wh f v T' ' 1'- . is ., L I , x. o , X 1 " X " n 0 A 3 L.. e-3 pw Q 1 I hx . 6 Q 4 'X S71 1 CSF members "take ll" on Universal Studios field trip. FRENCH CLUB: ll st rowl Mary Gratto, Julia Wer- net't, Karen Sullivan, l2nd rowl Regina Hanson, Barb Liebi, Diane Sagey, Maureen Salmond, l3rd rowl Vilia Variakoiis, Suzi Blixt, Sheila Sripathy, Liz McLaren, Mrs. Jester lAdvisorl, Chris Cooper, Dawn Vaught. GERMAN CLUB: llst fOWl Jodi Allen, Judi Has- pell, Jinnie Eddlemon, Carol Hoage, Careyn Bre- nier, Bob Griffin, f2nd rowl Jane Bickham, Cari Bourette, Nathan Wong, David Kurtz, Mrs. Pope lAdvisorl, Mark Fernald, Dennis Uncapher, Chris Cooper. French Club members discuss club activities at a lunch meeting. SPANISH CLUB: lin frontl Miss Wolfe lAdvisorl, list rowl Leslie Wetton, Elaine Carroll, Mary Nor- burg, 12nd rowl Karen Goda, Sharon Khazoyan, Carolyn Eurmurian, Ginia Guerra, Sherrie Paino, l3rd fowl Jane Bickham, Cari Bourette, Randy Arnold, Debbie York, Rod Eisenbeisz, Rick NYmon. Rehearsal I 19 W W MVAJ "6 IHIE AW IE N "9 1 ' f,. T' gi MOVIES Carrie Rocky A Star ls Born Network Marathon Man All the Presidents Men The Pom Pom Girls Silent Movie Taxi Driver Fun With Dick and Jane f X SONGS ' I , .a A Star ls Born v Year of the Cat f - l Rich Girl f 6 A ix- Hotel California ' Weekend in New 1 V England h , A I :ws Tonight's the Night : 'Q 1' Play the Funky Music Q' X ' 1 More Than a Feeling N- 'S 5 f 1 1 Afternoon Delight ' ' if Night Moves l I ' s Q JARGON The pits A star is born Bizarre Whatever Guess you had to be there Excellent Fubar Munchies Head butting Burn out 120 Rehearsal ' .. - """'.'f:..,.m 5: '5-'or ,ug-I3 1 iii:-' i 0 il f""N Hx I he it 5 n ful iii ll New i NMI lyllisi i ledig eligll an sl x X . N x NEWS Carter elected presl dent Mayaguez Incident Mars landing Assault on Entebbe Bi-Centennial Legionaire s disease Concorde Integration Finding of Patty Hearst Gary Gilmore Execu- ion SPOR1lS Bruce Jenner Dorothy Hamill - Sugar Ray Leonard - Nadia Comaneci - Rosi Mitermeyer - Franz Klamer - O. J. Simpson - Marcus Johnson - Dwight Stones - Rene Richards fl K ll l at i vi" ' 1 1 iw rgyi ill l r 0 l 0 . S 6 'bf PEOPLE Farrah Fawcett Maiors King Kong Sylvester Stallone Kris Kristoferson Barbra Streisand Robert Conrad Lee Maiors Paul Michael Glaser Cissy Spacek Alex Haley F 'Rehearsal 121 .7 i l SIEAS' N lk" 'v-v " wif 's S V ,,,.,,3w HA I Villa Park Theater Arts presented its first production of the season with the heart warm- ing Christmas play, "The Homecoming." The script was taken directly from the TV movie of the same name, and Villa Park was the first ever to perform it on stage. The movie eventu- ally became the pilot for "The Waltons" series. The play is set in the Virginia Mountains in 1933 during the depression. It is Christmas Eve and the father of the household is late arriving home from work. Instead of Waltons, their name is Spencer and they are a large and closely-knit family. As the oldest boy, Clay-boy, searches for his father, he discov- ers some things about his father, the world and himself. l. Set in a stable, at left, Greg Hodson, Marianne Chur- ney, Mat Shaker, Bobby Arend, Michelle November, Randy Lack and Paul Wackym watch a cow. 2. From right, John Gaddis, Bobby Arend, Marianne Churney, Paul Wackym and Michelle November cele- brate Christmas. 3. Alesia Boatright, Elena Coontz and John Kudla, per- form the Christmas Eve prayer Service. 4. Paul Rogers acts as Santa for a night. 5. Randy Lack, Bobby Arend, Michelle November and Paul Wackym, listen intensely to Grampa, Jim Landis, tell a story. 6. The Christmas tree gets the "spotlight," 7. Actor Paul Rogers, Clay, gives Joanne Kerwin, Olivia, a Christmas gift. H vi 55' at U. QW 124 Intermission I ll I I 1 I 1 I INTEIQMISSIUN - I I'i"I I I I I I I I I I I ' l gf stil, .Zim KL an mu .9 ...:'QlDIIi2AXf:WAX QIDIIEATEIES- i'Wxt'IEQTT Sllllallf . In early May, the drama department pre- sented the musical production "West Side Story." Based on a "Romeo and Juliet" plot, the play is set in the West Side of New York City. The action revolves around two rival street gangs, the Sharks and the Jets, andthe conflicts which occur when two members of the opposing groups, Tony and Maria, fall in love. Greg Fontana and Celeste Tavera por- trayed the ill-fated lovers under the direction of drama director Alberta Schuster. As a large production, the drama depart- ment combined the talents of the orchestra, choral, and dance departments to bring their show to the stage. l. CAST: lfirst rowl Steve Sandoval, Greg Hodson, Carol Losi, Dan Miller, Randy Lack, Jon Kudla, Kevin Swanson, Liz Boulger, Matt Shaker, Celeste Tavera, Mitch Cohen, Tanya lngwerson, Alesia Boatright, lsec- ond rowj Greg Fontana, Nadia Ansari, Jeanie Sckenk, Dave Bullock, Rick Davidson, John Theiss, Karen Clemens, Bobbie Arend, lthird rowl Craig Jones, Patty Spiglanin, Diane Jacobs, David Hanauer, Betsy Sikora, Dave Berg, Joanne Lee, Eric Pariser, Michelle November, Wayne Sheets, Paula Gray, Greg Allen, Chris Nelson, Tim Palmquist, Alberta Schuster, 2. Celeste Tavera and Greg Fontana recreate a warm scene in "West Side Story," 3. The Sharks discuss their feelings about America. 4. The Jets get together to talk about Officer Krupke. 5. Drama Director Alberta Schuster gives direction while she handles the spotlight. 6. The Sharks and the Jets confront each other at the dance in the Gym. 7. The Sharks are under the Highway preparing for the rumble against the Jets. l26 Rehearsal In, I ,WI ,, , HI, , ,I I l -L f 'Y- , rf. 5 , in 2. I 1 , if iv '1 Jll :MF 11 I '13 '4?"'a'i3F' J TTQ-Q?" lmiwy any 'I I I I l l. I l J J i l i n...-..,,,,,,, , . . Aww.. 'Mylan ,, 1 . Riff Tony Action A-Rab Baby John Snowboy Big Deal Diesel Gee-Tar Mouthpiece Tiger Graziella Velma Minnie Clarice Pauline Anybodys Bernardo Maria Anita Chino Pepe Indio Luis Anxious Rosalia Consuelo Teresita Francisco Estella Margarita Doc Schrank Krupke Glad Hand , V. , . WW, , ' ' I , 11014 1.1. . ,,,,,,,w ,. CAST THE JETS Matt Shaker Greg Fontana Greg Hodson Dave Bullock Dan Miller Jim Landis John Theiss Greg Allen Bill Mullen THEIR GIRLS Michelle November Liz Boulger Marianne Churney Paula Gray Chris Nelson Carol Losi, Jeanie Schenk THE SHARKS Mitch Cohen Celeste Tavera Tanya lngwerson, Alesia Boatright Steve Sandoval Rick Davidson Randy Lack Wayne Sheets Tim Palmquist THEIR GIRLS Patty Spiglanin Jo Lee Nadia Ansari Sherry Stavmp Sue Miller Darby Piper ADULTS Gregg Andert Paul Rogers Paul Strupp Paul Wackym Rehearsal l27 ' 5' 3 an ru E o VJ u o 2? ' rt u 3 :- 'E 2 Q ac E 2 P Lb E F 23 ul 'Q o .1 ct 0 CI I cu I J: ua 3 4 ul va ff U 7 'Z 1' Z H Z I-I 0 E 4 - , V- , , ':351bvpQg,'4 AL Vv,, 1' A. ,Z7 I I SLU EDHEQ n , O , , , ,. 0' l'0.'-wz E at fl- W if g, APM 04 - - 9-, rl! VNU .. Z D GJ QJQPQ , 005525 aM - f 5. swwpgw ,, 81 2,p,,UP3 V 4 255551 - H n a ragga 1 , 1 in'EgT3, 5- nwgggzg Tj. ?.'feV,., EAHEZ7 QQSWO S Pz'27 M055 2 Sharie -LL .1 cowl- m . 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Ch' All ' W A ' W' is ey A ..- A 'ff , WE' !,'.i4vl"l-"lunar -,,, T 1 ,, , V ' " ok . A' - i 'I 1:3 lr' w, swf 4 Y, 4,9 gr . , f-fgA5 "" ' Q K l 130 Understudies Glenn Allton Kathy Alsborg Mike Alu Nadia Ansari Pam Applegate Roy Araki Lidia Arona Candace Arnold Susan Averill Ron Baba Dina Baez Gayle Bailey Greg Bailey Shari Bailey l' , 4?fu-,K 'fm L, 7 4 1 W ,iw og., f .. " fr . 4, AA 4, V, s ' In i L- P! ,, K. lkf 4 W B HE4- ., .p1Q.',n, l , 57' W f " "fi-1-3?':' -, . 7-1 .. 4 -' ,. . , " ff' f f, -' f:,i3'i1 I 2 Ziff -A 5 1 fi'- , " ' 1 5:??j2."f r:"' f , 1 1 ':D - ,..., 1, nmva ' f we , ,k If X bu- , 17 ' 1 qw ' is I , ,,,, . ....T Y .. H .f -V - I I l lil' lfiilgllflflflll V ,Q.2j2 fMf'2w.-ft .. ' -2 4- 'ff-Vw. A"'A f 1 1 , 1 J ' - f 2 ' ff? 'fi , 7. tm it 1. .J 7? H , ' 1 . f' " ' , ' 1 " 12' ' ff' " ' ', 4' ll UI llll I I IsIlI9I1II ti es 'iv Kelleliaitx I I - - if Cathy Baker " 'A I V Patty Ballantyne vw i ', Mike Ballard V Bob Balok 2 H , V Kelly Balthrop A I iq i V Callie Banning 1 5 4 . . . Linda Baresel if ' I Susie Bartlett W ef 7 Tom Bartley t 5, QC, , Dave Barton 'Cf' x I Blake Barvin I l . I "ff V f Eric Bashe iff P ' I X ' ' Michelle Bath A- , . :S L 1 M X-Q .I L, 1 Leslie Baugher Melissa Baughn Spencer Baughn Natalie Beadel Q.. A Tony Beber ss- Mark Beebe P-,TJ-' 'QQ 'X t- r A 'A l 9- Q Mike Beer The 1978 Junior class had a rewarding year at Villa Park. They have been involved in many things, for example, Doug Beil Jenine Beitzel Tamara Bell Janice Belovsky Terri Bennet Jim Benson M471 " V 1' l, I, 'lm , f . f 1 'Ml' .f ,, 'f "" 1,1 A fwfr ,,17w 7 ferr pf f u , 'w ,Z J, f planning the Junior-Senior Prom, held at South Coast Plaza Hotel. The juniors sold taco strips and popcorn at basketball games. Junior class President, Matt Kahn, says, "The Junior class of '78 is the most spirited class on campus and the best ath- letically balanced class at Villa Park." They enioyed this year and look forward to an even better next year as Seniors. 1. Junior Senators: Ted Parker, Linda Rogers, Kim Triggs, Lisa Day, Marie Briggeman, Sue Averill, Suzie Blixt, Jodi Mullen, Valerie King, and Vivian Yama- shiro. 2. Junior Class Officers: Pres. Matt Kahny Vice-Pres. Liane Reichert, Sec. Kim Day, and Treas, Gail Camp- bell. Understudies 131 lk V. .f ' it A 'f"A . JM mi iir-Us T lk FW va...- 'ezf :- f llc, .4 19 , f,,'.L'. . .dv , Q' 4211. P3 ' ' 5,1 It A , Hx . uLv'?V "FY-P01 . '- "-nfl. ' "f ,.19.fig 41. . .. , 44.41. 144,51 V ,I f 5.-liwfwf, C' ' 3 5' " 1.1-25:7 ' ' 5fL2J1L" -,ip-,'f 4 4 1 ' in -Q-11.1. fmff ,, ' 1 Cf! IM. J, .3 V. r. - .ff .f .V f ff Q . ,f V4 :WW 2.4, I , . ' 'n 9,-1" ' lf- , .. . '.. 1 v-'N lf.-' . Sv, , 4 . L. ,. M.. , . u - 5 A-3. f- "' . if . 2. 4314 H- . , ffm. 4 5,517.4 I X' ' jj f' '- " 0 f w 5' x Q - - V f ,X , , - -, . CP Lance Bissell Laurie Belhard Jennifer Bickham Jeff Bieller Jill Biesler Debbie Bigelow Mary'Blair Kelly Blake Suzy Blix? Donna Blood Alesia Boafrighf Gaylian Bode Judi Boren Paul Borne Karen Bortle Liz Boulger Cari Bourefle John Bova 1 l. Claudia Slark and Sharon Kolter Talk during lunch break as Ted Parker and John Winter look on. 2. Sheila Sripalhy displays a cule smile for a photog- rapher. 3. Af1er taking his daily nap, Bill Jaeger awakes wifh a slari. i' -Y--...R . .. 1.-. ' . - , I 1 ...-.,.,,. .. 4 " "' A' H , 1 - ee' "M ,......e:,QX ""L ' ,V ,, H ,,VY ur,-...rinnii ' E Q W6 5 5i F' .- 1 "" - M ,. y,,.5',1 '-'. ' 1 1. Y' " ' I V V J f "' , 'an 'fi "" " -1,-X 1 ji ' '- f 9 4, 1--vff K, - - I 7 . A J .y- ' V. 1 V , N, ' ' ,gm 2 V 1 r , f ' ,, ,,.......mm'9W"u - lx l : , A-.. NVQ. z- ' 4 gg , . W W , cr , J 1 1 5 1 H. 1 ' 9-7:-.3 M ,7 1,91 4 1 p , f . , l A . , . ff JP, 'vi' ' 3 itjg, , if Q VV W 'V It .W L, I AI I -I :vi 3" ,-., .2 V!! I Ay., W. f . I, A my -.5, A N , A l If 'if' is l V- A 1 Jacki Bower Laurie Boyle Ron Boyle Gary Braden Debbie Bradford Gail Brandon Paula Brandt Dianne Breaulf Robert B,-enier Heidi Bressler Bill Bridges Marie Greg Brislawn Mike Brosl Muffin BYOWBY ClGUClICl Brown Diane Brown Muff Brunk Briggeman Undersfudies all Wil 1- l 3' 4 W W ' a l Q s -in . -sm ' .. I I li: ' 1 B Z Chris Brunskill Candy Brush Dana Buck l' Dave Cahill Gail Campbell Mike Cardinel .. ,, r 7 lf ,L 4 f. 1 -E. J 4, 4- 1 f' 8 6 t- ' ' - ' 1 M it ,1 is .A If 4 ar , 4 i :fi 5 7 Y 5 . X "1 1' ,gi Lisa Buffinglon Valerie Carlson ,,, M 1 Z . ex , -If N ' YI-ANT . N if A QS ik .L 'S IW is Q za so f , f 1:- r N 41 '71' 'vs Bobbi Burke Loree Burklow Tom Burnes Elaine Carroll Robin Carter Mariann Cassocchia 1 1 61 is ,. he vid .QSM H Jim Codarei Sharon Chiarchnaro Melissa Bush Rick Chambers ' f 1, 'M 1 ,Lv- W I Marianne Laurie Class Jodi Clayion Chris Cleveland Greg Coggins Drew Cohen Mitch Cohen nbeflllll' Churney Mark Collier Quinn Collins Darlene Conkey Gail Constantine Chris Conway Craig Conway Donna Colley ff? . V ' ' 'f:f.f5?Iiif5? Kristin Cole Shawn Cole Larry Conzelmon Dan Cool Qs. pf ' A C l' a I I L5 , ' L A 9 l Y ' ' , Q.,,1"r u W l i 'f ,, Wy 4649 ' V 4 ,-7 ? I W H Q l - 5 Q ff , ' ' I Lf "2 'ffjiq 4 I l A911 ,fig W 3 f - 'C K 1 'V A X X 4' l s 12' I 7 ' , ,j , x 1 .1 1 Q a- ' , V' ' Wil 5,1 fha- V Lf' f' Undersfudies l 33 Q 0 D O In . . I Y ,A - 4, ivy? wf tw gnupg-., pguwwr 44' 7- ,f V W' . fy 2- mf ,., .J 4. Serge Ar-W Debi Cool .-. ' " Jaime Coulson rgz - Tim Cowden V if , Kathy Crouch ' Lana Dolberg - , f , 0' Mark Cornett 5, 5 A - ., 1 ,, Ron Danielson s.AC,Y,l.,L VJ ' JA Rick Davidson Kim Day Susan Day Mark DeForrest Cathy De Leon Denis De Nardo Kevin De Vita Dave Del Sesto Sandi Denny Tom Dennis Chris Dieter Kym Dillavou Mark Dix Kellee Dobkins Alice Dodson Tom Doering Karen Dorton Duane Dotts Denise Doughty Dale Downsworth Glenn Driggers David Driver Chuck Drott Ken Dutault . ' Nancy Dumrall 4, , - nh Lynden Dunn ,N Kathy Duty f I t Daphne Duncan . ' " -' X X i l. Dressed up as a 'Kiss' member, Dave Zeller shows his spirit. 2. Betsy Walli stands wondering what she should do. 3. Lori Algeo, Cherie Fields, Kim Triggs, and Melanie Mayer dress up as the Pointer Sisters on Junior 'Rock Star' day during spirit week. l 34 Understudies X 4"8 30 my We we -'J' - W'-M' f "vi 1 gc ffQ,,'41-vii. I , qxi,,mg- .Wim . ma. ' wg- M. A' 4 4 4' Q ,, F F7 F . 'fn .,N,N 0- Sa fu. si" 'N A X l ilk tl :Rl -- l illxui 1- :ov ' A cn 3 , K., . X ' --. ,' V " ' y eb... Mark Dwyer Kathleen Eckstein Beth Edelbrock Julie Edgar Dan Edmunds Katy Ellington Tim Elliott Paulla Elmore ,.,,f4vv1,.,-we-f.v-. -r 11 ' 4314391 , F fr ,7 if A 355715 'Q , zfi' :aa J. ff' - ,W :-ga-ieaef-" . . .- 1:2 r'- 4- Y -jg , ,A-K ' I if ,, - ' ' f " , iff! ,. , Q A G ' , if' 5 T "Z l , X ii 'A j ,Q I Q ! I ' 1 J v ,, ia? 1" L, .e 2- fx" I ,V .9443 ...W ! me ! , ,K - s N . it 2: J X f ! 1 X 4 75 ,f Z 16211. Craig Emmert Adriane Ender Rob Erlich Dave Ernst Carolyn Eumurian Shelley Evans Brent Fairbanks Nina Fairless Cindy Farr Dave Fenn Diane Ferreri Cherie Fields Eddie Fields Noel Fields Janet Finnegan Steve Fischer Jan Fischle Mike Fisher Robinn Fisher Maryann Fitzpatrick Ed Flores Jeff Floyd Frank Fontaine Janine Fortune David Forward Mike Fox Sari Francine Lynn Fredson Understudies 'Wf 1' u fill? I ,, lil ,Ll iss lg - . i I 4y.f.W4,- . A Y ff f f 5 ' ,. .wa -, f ri.. U ,. 'V ,Ji '41 '?Q,.. Q A '45 1 Q5 'liz 'liz 'Q "ni -Q" A 'N 'Q . ,.,, . v- - N. ., N "Q 5 B 1-6 ,hub g,h- ebb' 41155 1,1543 2 f,,V it X"-5 2 v - .. '5 'T 1 " Zu M 2',-gilt: i-f'r-11:2 '-f'N":'5 '-55" ' 'f 45432. A A My VM 0 V vm' In 4 'W 1,70 "' ., 9 ' 1 ,, 5 "' as ff .. .Asn . .mb , ,ff , ,, . ,.,. - 1, 'f ' me Z I 344 ldphigjfifigg 'lu it QS . A Ill Mike Free Bruce Freeman Brian Fremling Scott Friederichsen Dana Frost Dale Frye Bruce Fryman David Fryman Meg Furer Bret Gabany Patricia Gabriels Mary Gadbois Vicki Gadbois Nanci Galbraith Vince Galewick Marius Galuppo Diana Garaghty Mark Garvin John Gatchell Rex Gelert Jeff Genoway Karen Gentry Brett Gereau Cindy Gerry Wendy Giannone Jim Gibson Cheryl Gish Sue Glasman Cathy Glowacki Karen Goda Bobbi Goebel Donna Goldberg Rick Gonzales Sheri Goodman Dean Gordon Terri Gorski Erin Gorsuch Karen Gough Patty Graham Stephen Gray Bob Greek Debbie Gresham l Clapping with spirit, Celeste Tavera, Adriane Ender and Val Lenz cheer at an assembly. 2 With finger rn air, denoting VP is number l, Junior cheerleaders sing Alma Mater. 3 Mike McFarlane and Calene Johnson prance about the stage during a pep assembly. 136 Understudles ,5-:li . ,V X2 .'1g'1l..'?'i'fki " I ' ' l f ,r or if 3 -..Z l L ,AK S E A . I . I I I I I I I I xi H, C , L C , , - . U . .il-u.gbh:,b,s'bb:.EFX-.?.:N.::b.:i.z:.,b': 'Fx-5.:,'Aj'4ls5: mfb'-f Qfbm: my-but ujbgi N-nv., Q.. iawmlpgr--S 9 . If fy 'nr.i.f9'f' ' Q. 1.1 'K ,gui ,, 4 .ms 1 'Q 4, iw yi by ,dy f Y ' ' ' 4 Fl ' 0 " av" Wi ' .4-1 -Lg, ww., 14, ww 'ia -1. V ff 'W , HZ" Tgn-' ,Jnu"' ,W -4. 'C 44 c K - l BW 'C lL Z jf for 1 v 4, A si. QP' -1 fir- . 2 , 'if in i . 'X Z5 ' .41 ' N 5 'IH ,M ' 4- 5. V-1 ? , if , ff, . Q 1 ,v ' 4' "" 17 cs ,f r sc K 1 Penny Grisham Rick Grisham Scot? Grooms Evan Grover Jane? Grupe Lisa Guevara Angella Gufh Sonia Gufierrez Greg Hadel Belh Haluza David Hanuer Mark Hanna Sue Hansen Betsy Harper Debbie Hart Cheryl Harvey Bob Harrington Leslie Hahon Christina Haydf Scoh Hebron Gary Heilbrun Craig Hellman Dwight Henninger Greg Hernandez Understudues 137 . , f ",,f, I I I Mfrs 5 V W fr!! rt' J' w?.w ,W U- WA, gm? hm Wm 7 ff I ,w ' 04 I 129' ma A, A hw ,Z 441' ffm 0 Q Q Y I X Q I ...walling Weaioomeoli Pies-mk A f 'K X ' J I I I I I I I I I I I I il Patti Hill Becky Hinsvark Greg Hodson Lori Hoffman Greg Holleran Brain Hollingsworth Pat Hollins Don Holmes David Holmes Scott Holt Dan Hoolihan Pam Horwitz Deidre Hotchkiss Laura Hotchkiss Susan Houser Art Howansky John Howard Stacy Hudson Allison Hughes Janey Hummell Jim Hutson Tanya lngwerson Chris Jacobs Bill Jaeger Jennifer Jansen Mike Jedrzynski Sharon Jekiel Debbie Jenkins Susan Jensvold Calene Johnson Jill Johnson Marshall Johnson Sabrina Johnson Tom Johnson Chris Johnson Gordon Johnston Sharon Jones 138 Understudles f Al Q.3:v:'15i5' - K wk . V 4 1 n I 4 1 V , -M. ' my . in f' N X4 f o"1f w -1 ' W4 'N A- f A 4 'lx 'w ,nd lf, 'Q ' , "l, 0 U1 ba K .,,q, "9" , 4 it A J Z ' . 31-I t . ii'w 1' ..,. ' 0 Jbolv' WW? , , 16 ' ,I gy -I fi? ' if 'I ' ' h ' nn -f L ,V A , at ' - A gi ,f . . ,Y V . Jill Jory Jeff Joy Laura Juhlke Michelle Julian Mark Kahn Matt Kahn ,avi '- 1 'Q . .aj 1 ,fr . xi-.r X . . l x - 'I I I I I s K we we '- , I 1 " 4 , s Y V ki x P 'R X .5 x.90 S K an ,QL A-i , I2 ,z f f l , , f!h7! , V A 'ws f .- f , Slar Kaihewalu Ron Kain Jeff Kasper Kory Kazarian Darren Kelchner Sue Kelley Karen Kelly Tom Kelly Keith Kemper Shari Kenady John Kent Russell Kepner Debbie Kerharf Sharon Khazoyan Doug Kimbell Calhy King I. Belsy Ross is caught by surprise talking to friend Terry Marr al regisfralion, 2. While seated in class, Marie Van Vooren smiles at a happy Ihoughl. 3. Eric Brown shows Linda Zigich and Sandy Willison his homework due that day. Undersfudies 139 , " ,' f . ' 1.-.yy LM: , 2 1 f, 5:4 ' ff, ,, f ', Z of W i f 1 ? f ' ,f Sue King Valerie King Roxie Klatt Tom Klecak Colette Klima Sharon Kolter Robert Koster Ron Kress Jane Krick Jean Krick John Kucera Lori Kudla Wendi Kueny Darryl Kushner Randy Lack Scott Lagan Dwayne Lairmore Karen Lake Jim Landis Ken Large Dave Larsen Cindy Larson JoAnn Lauriton Rick Le Blanc Teresa Lee Dave Leeper Kathy Lehman Gary Lehnhart ,..ll. 1 if P , 0 ,V ,- ','Lfv-ru' -, .- 17 ,,.15,,:1 F 4 l, I A vw - ,Vt f f 1 r Q 1 Z, 1 i 71 , . ,.f,, . . ,, ,A,1, .,.f. , V' ,V ' 1 -'., 5 vffn. ','1 if ,-ww f, ' , ' . 11'i 1f2.3f-11" ,r,,, .,... f 1 .,.-, ww ,arm .,A,, A ,, , 1 S E EE U S U E I I I I I 266 4. -1 I-5- 1 1 -v ff, 0 -. L37 - . -,fx UC ly 1 ' ' 'Nh . 1 w 1. Steve Martin waves a friendly hello during a house of representatives meeting. 2. At registration, Matt Kahn relaxes during a break. ' WW' " I ,I ,I f up sf 1, ,A lib l , B.. Vlajff - 1 mf ' J, VM' , Q, , f ,WV I If 4316? M 4 2,1 .ll .1 W V A4 L +4 I K .8 Mike Leichffuss Dan Lelchuk Valerie Lenz Chuck Leonard Shelly Lewis Susan Libby Erich Licht Barbara Liebi Peggy Limberakis Jim Lindquist Todd Litman Danny Loftus W I X , , f'X A ,4 V, I v lil Xi Ii 1,4 -A '. P T s F ir. YY Rick Longyear Ken Loritz Greg Lovell Mike LuPayne Mitch Lucero Terri Lyman Andrew Lyons Debra MacDonald David Macaluso Jeff Machuta John Malloy Liz Mamola Rich Manning Terry Marr Joanne Marrole Mike Martin 1- - -r-'H ' .fvfih 5.4 ,.. I., 0-1 V kr 4 2 , V-.gffij ' 'if' f f ft -if "" ' V 1 -5' It A 1, f A Q 1 1' f' ' " -4 3 0, .f ,,, 1 .- , ...... 'fm .1 x ' ' X f 4, F' N Steve Martin Vivan Maruko Brian Mason Sheri Massey Tom Mastin Mary Matsufuti Paul Matthews Shelly Matthews Mike Maxwell Robin Mayer Marc Mayfield Vince Mazure Lynne McBride Tim McCullough Mark McDaniel Steve McFarlane Patti McKay Cindy McKeen Liz McLaren Brad McLean Ken McLendon Steve McLeod Jeff McMillan Craig McMullen Dave Mead Mike Mediatore Steve Melander Bill Melsheimer 2 Understudies 141 4-,anna esta ed A , XM V1 1 A V T wwf? I X: A14 12, 75 ASW? , 1 tux- ', ?7,.g f, Jiffy,-4 fff gf' f f ..-gf J ,fqi 7717, Qbfq . bf, .f X rv 0 3.45 5 137' - J "" I ' ' " L '74 -V' 76" mr.-2' f W' ' . 4 f ' I I IQ I l M9 J l. Cherie Fields works steadily at house of represent- atives meeting. 2. While sitting in the library, Senior Christy Bolthrop and Junior Debbie Bradford talk to a friend. 3. During nutrition Dara Speck sits on a bench and relaxes. Sam Mendolera I Kevin Meng A ff Mark Messenger 1: Af- ,Ja Tammy Meyer , gl Z I fo Trude Meyer -5- 1 ,Z ,,, f' Tina Meza W Annette Miale A A Gino Minardi Lori Moe A 4. Dennis Mohle A .5 44 Steve More 3-5,-, gf, ig' , , fl 4 Debbie Morelli :'f'.l, Rocky Morgan " Steve Morris iii. , .1 :E Dano Morton 311352, 'X f 2 ' ' 4, Greg Mosher 1 X g' 5' M Melanie Moyer Zh? ' 1. ' . ' s l Jodi Mullen J 1, , 4 .,. 4 'Y Jerry Munoz J 'F " -Y ' M Garth Murrm 'X J Steve Musich Jim Musulin Dyan Myers Marian Mykkanen Paul Nadell Mark Nodybol JK. Craig Nagao Kurt Nash 'Q Q ,.-.. 5,-55551. ""' J , 4 V 15- .u 4 I X- ig Li ,4.,.. "f lf l42 Understudies J ay- , in FiBA'x- gf? l I '-.J . 6 ,,v, , ' Z1 ,yy 14' -Q' "' 7 r 1 I ' N ml '- 4 N 4 f i f ' ' X- I f gf : tg-7 V1 :C 5 M , fr fl f Allison Pack Sherrie Paino Brad Palmeri Cathy Palmeri Nancy Pardee Marcia Park Helen Parker Ted Parker Tami Parodi Dave Pafterson Tammy Paulson Garry PeCoy Janie Pearson Dana Pentecost Hope Perez Bill Peters In 0-x . N Pam Nash Debbie Neave Eileen Neelon Kelly Nelles Chris Nelson Paul Nelson Phuoc Thi Ngo Eric Nielsen Jeff Noble Mary Norburg Rob Norden Tim Norman Marie Novello Linda Nowicki Kelly O Brien Kenny O'Donnell Dennis O'Rourke Sieve Oades Shawn Oaks Kafhy Obear Pahi Odlum Lynnehe Okubo Linda Olivarez John Olson Pam Olson Nancy Orelup Pete Orelup Shelly Overlon 'N WWW fx 'Q ,H 1 65 7' 3 K . 1: I I I 9I'5"I I i I I I 1, Z 7 .1 min, 6 , 10 A' 14717 if, VH V A , qfflfrl , T iw: ,Wir IMT, film llysfrwfr, .pf 'lf 5 ' 1 l,.,v ,ff l v' l rr W Lili? inieiirwmui Dianne Peters Doug Peterson Todd Peterson Mcrlana Petty Sheryl Picker Ron Pierce June Pinch Ron Pinchot Kent Pomeroy Walt Pomeroy Terry Porter Theresa Poulson Shown Quick Roger Raicic Steve Rank Pete Rasinski Rose Rasmussen Liane Reichert John Reichle Arthur Reisman Dave Reynolds Sam Rifkin Janel Ritchie Ann Rivenburg Tommie Robbins Wayne Roberts Vicky Rodgers Diane Rogers Ai A , 1 lb- ! 45.11, Z' fa. if . gyf N .., , i V, . Wg' gr, Q S 4 144 Understudies g . 'fx '-fu: ' - , '-,vw -f U4 Linda Rogers Phil Rogers Suzanne Romandy Lori Rosocker Elizabeth Ross Dan Rossomano Dave Rowe Tiffany Royce Gary Rumbaugh Ted Rutherford Kevin Sadakane Paul Safronchik LV, , U nh, .A f Vs C3 -- an - K rs A..-. z. P0522 Al ,Q g, I ,. -I.. H L. ., FII' f '5,- , ,f 'W My ,W bt v-A Renee Sakamota Steve Sall Sharon Salmond Don Sanberg Steve Sandoval Louise Sanematsu Howard Sant Barb Saville 1 Mx l. Alesia Boatright sings and dances while Greg Hodson 2. Laurie Boyle reaches for something good in her lunch 3. Looking for new ideas, John Scott: skims through an old Sandy Schober Ron Schramm Suzi Schriefer Dave Schulkey Jeff Schulz Craig Scott John Scotti Lisa Sellars Luke Sells Laurie Sexton Mark Shader Wayne Sheets Mike Siegler Cindy Simmons Terry Simpson Coleen Sinclair Nancy Sipe Sherri Smegal , s 5 V 5 , 5 v v- Q I I I I I I I I I IWI I- I x x N X ' ' lift. ""'l J In 5. he L1 L. Xl. A fl ff. f G-Siemfflemee ek H il I I I I I I I I I I ,,.f", ,Wi ' Q l. Michelle Julian tries to think of new ideas for the Oracle. 2. While in his geometry class, Tom Klecak hurries to finish a test. Cheryl Smith Elizabeth Smith Grace Smith Judy Smith Karen Smith Mike Smith Nancy Smith David Socher Beth Somers Roger Sorensen Dara Speck I Patty Spiglanin Kirk Springe Shelia Sripathy .wr y, .7071 X Don Stalker my " 'Fi ' fl , Werner Stanfill ' A ,f K V ' A A V. H f ri Jeff Stange Q15f55Q,A, ,A - - I V, W1 ,M J - shade Stanley w. 2,1515 ' L ,j M Claudia stark ,Q .11 ,J Ted State tl" 27' ' ,Y f 4 , f Sherry Staump V: ' I.-if :Xiu ' 4 'J' I N Becky Steckler Barry Steimle Kelly Stephen Tom Stephenson Jackie Stockdale Joanna Stocker Chris Stockton V A 'U up 1424 '2 146 Understudies l John Stone Dave Stoner Karen Storruste Teresa Stransky Ron Stratford Susan Strykala Randy Stubblefield Dave Stuetzel Kathy Stuffler Linda Sturdivant Karen Sullivan Pete Swayne Diane Talian Sandy Tanaka Cheryl Tartter Wayne Tate Celeste Tavera Guy Taylor Beth Temmen Alice Tennant Valerie Terrazas Steve Terry Phillis Thomas Rob Thomas Sheri Thomas Jill Thompson Mark Tibbets Mike Timken Kelly Tolbert Steve Tracy Kim Triggs Eric Tuerffs Karl Turner Mike Turner Steve Tutwiler Michael Urban Joe Valenti Brian VanDyke Todd Van Etten Marie Van Vooren Karen Vannice Vilia Variakoiis Cindy Velkouich Jerome Verdugo Jeff Vincent Peggy Vivirito Kathy Voorhees Tammy Voorheis Barbara Waldstreicher Kim Walker Cindi Walker MaryKate Walker Betsy Walli John Walsh Eric Walton Marian Walworth Understudies 147 l l i 'fl 4' l,..4iaM2FL If ,Arms 4' ...flsfvzll M ...damn Id' .mlm - Sie pplfiwds 'MTF 4 ff ,L - ' I' as ,v'6i"i g .T 'rt 'ir 1 1, 4 ,L E s . A I 7 1 J jf 'J ' 5 A. 'NV 41' .A L Q 5 5' 1 , fr: ,. ,J Ly: Q as N, get V1., 'fi Lfil. 3 '- 9 if l l L 2 . 11 if is . 143 Undersfudies Larry Wares Chuck Warye Deborah Walrous Bob Wayman Rick Wearda Kelly Webb Don Weber Dol Wedaa Karen Weileman Roberta Wein Lynda Weisman Hillary Weissman Jon Wells Jim Wenela Julie Werneh Todd West Leslie Wehon Ann White Ann Whilesell Sandra Wiesfer Beth Willeford Jackie Williams Willie Williams Sandy Willison V 4' , 'V -V '51 2' " 44143126 yi , ,. M , If A Qu- 1 W, .,, ,, .9 ' . V4 Z ZZ! . .,,. 1 ,. '61 1' f I , I I f H ,, 4 V w - ' 4l'N',.. in v-s .pq . O. K Q' , f ' A in I . .H 5, . 1 .B . ' - ' " f ' 44 h W - , ,Qt I l i l I l l L 4 I I I I I I I I '5.'.'? e A I?" ' ff'-x . ,.., ""'nh.. '- Saun Wilson John Winter Scott Wolff Peggy Wood Greg Woods Jim Woodside Tim Woodward Glenn Woodworth Bambi Wright David Wright Kay Wright Steve Wynsen Nick Yacko Vivian Yamashiro Jerry Yang Pat Yeutter Danny Yneges David Zeller Jeff Ziegler Linda Zigich Robert Zwicky Sandra Aken Bill Baird Leslie Boyd John Breen Bill Chamberlin Scott Childs Bob Conrad Mark DeGrave Mastourh Drakhshanfar Cheri Duncan Cheri Duncan Denise Durand William Edgar Diane Ezell Merideth Frehmer Leo Gagnon Debbie Gilmore Not pictured Thomas Gorden Syephen Graham Brad Gross Terry Guinn Tammy Harper Richard Holdburg Hirotoka Kamimura Russell Kelly Laura Kenney Scott Kline David Larson Karen Lawson Theodore Loeb Alan Matsuoka William Candless Robert Mitchell Kevin Moran David Palmquist Richard Peltzer Terri Regan Kevin Robertson Mark Robertson Jeff Rose Louis Sanmartini Richard Scheid Van Sellers Linda Silverstein Glenn Stewart Mark Stinson Nancy Tegen Kurt Townley Becky Van Dixhorn Mike Wright Eric Zolzer David Mortensen lu" f, . "VI wr - so -A . .A-,AQ I 'Al 4 W Wwe, i , ' ' 'Y KQV n oil? . " -'21 'Ulu' l . Trying to win the competition yell, the Juniors cheer enthusiastically. 2. Dave Talmage, Lindi Walker, Janice Belovsky, and Janet Finnegan enioy eating lunch outdoors. Understudies 149 U 4 ,IMKQM fb I Troy Aornes ,3 Liz Abati f Steve Abdalla ' W as John Abouchar if f L. Mike Adray ' "' Philip Ahlm f x ' , .4-. Mimi Alarid Ag., 'Q Terri Albertson Tracy Albertson Chris Albl Steve Alcorn Bob Aldrich Scott Aldrich Cheryl Allen ' ' Jodi Allen John Allen John Allton Sue Ambruso John Anasis Paula Anctil V Dave Andersen The 1979 Sophomore class had a very good first year in high school. It took time for them to adiust to the change from iun- ior high, but they finally got used to the routine of the Spartans. They were active in many school activities. These activities included athletics, academics, spirit week, clubs, and iust fun. The students were very enthusiastic under the leadership of Presi- dent Angel Dietch and look forward to another year at Villa Park. 1. Sophomore Senators: lst row: Patti Welch, Mic- helle November, Sabrina Blake, 2nd row: Nancy Husband, Joann Holdridge, Lisa Morgosh, Cathy Connors, Diane Sagey, and Ilene Gayron. 2. Sophomore Class Officers: Pres. Angel Dietch, Vice Pres. Donna Gibson, Sec. Pam Bailey, and Treas. Cheri Monroe. l 50 Understudies time rs sFaele Un 'Vx 9 ff, Su 1 :ff , ,:3::.: -.H ,AW , 5 4, lv ,. A 'A G' on - ,gn ,-A if aux 1- A 4. K rs P, ,S it I I N ,., Y . ,A ,A f lg 5 fl 'Qc' David Anderson Larry Anderson Ed Andert Shawn Andrews Tammy Andri Andrea Anello Valerie Apt Mike Argo Randy Arnold Tarquin Ashworth Brad Ayres Debi Bailey Pamela Bailey Drew Baker Jim Balok Jennifer Barnes Kevin Barnes Jo Borsa Kurt Bateson Cindy Battles Ray Bauer Ted Beasley Lisa Beaudoin Dolores Bell Scott Bell Beth Bellis Lauri Bennet Darla Benson Cindy Berry Sheri Best Patricia Betts Julia Bigelow Tim Birkmann Sabrina Blake Laura Bland s. ' I Understudies 151 Q. ,, f. 1.5 45 45 n - s. ml ,AA ' iSf15i inns Y Gwyn Bleier Anne Bley Mike Bloom Kurl Blyihe Jerry Boland El Bonham Mark Borgesan Liz Borie Karen Bowman Tim Braun Carolyn Bray Philip Brelie Careyn Brenier Jim Briggs Kortlund Broadway Paul Broderick Brad Bronson Scott Brookover Chris Brothers Laurel Brown Steve Brown Bob Brumleu Sandy Brunner Phil Buffington Teri Buffington David Bullock Cheryl Burdine Celine Busek Pam Buxton Judy Byrd Clarke Caines Bren? Callis Richard Cammarato 152 Undersiudies Dave Cangelosi Terry Carlin Jeff Carter Brian Casacchia Kim Cashman Susan Casa Michelle Cass George Castagna Sieve Cailaw Jorge Caucus Roy Chastain Paul Chavez Mah Chedister Hae ok Cho Ken! Christensen Cindy Clark Don Clavesilla Dana Claypool Karen Clemens Darren Cochran Abby Cohen, Diane Collins Tim Collins ,X 49 37 " s -v. . Q"7 Aon .ig f F1955 N .ya I ' 4 If - ff f I 1 N- Y , v I X f f v,.'aj-. ns, ' ' ,f ' 1 , , , ,1 1, , I Z4 f X 4 s X ix 5' "' , .iff '1 1 ' 4 . . gg : 1,1 'Lv x I I3 Iv V rl f , . X lx D . V 4."' ' Xi. - cuff .1 'J I li l l - ,4 f 5' f .1 i i J f VA , , .K Q:-.,, -' :V 11- pf 6- V ly ,4,, ! ylyl, ,il of Ii :,Z:'fi' - '57 ,lil-Zfif' . . ,, NI-945511 ' " Jiiiiif' 'Q 4 W, , 2 4 S 1 i P 1-if' Af' ' i l. w -vw- 2.4 ll as P1 wg., If X Y f I l-.' l i ,YN v- l. Pill 2, 3. lie ..,-A-e- ........l if J :- fl .,1' 1 -rs.. 4-0 M-an-gf., W fini ff! 14 1 .4-f m....AQ-4 Tim Collins Laura Compton Cathy Connors Julie Cook ,aw X" l. Troy Aarnes and Steve Hunter talk with friends while patiently waiting at registration. 2. John Tarobilda buys his ASB sticker at registration. 3. At registration Terry Stocker has a rough time getting her classes. 0 9' , fe. 6... . '- .. 5' ' 2 1 4- '.:' I nf 4 -1- 4 7 N. lx 4, ,f , ., V. 1 ff ..-ffelif If 1 .46 ' 4 X Elaine Coontz Chris Cooper Deborah Cordray Julie Cornuz Phil Cosentino Ann Costanza Grace Cox Eileen Cronin Brenda Crosby Jackie Cross Kirsten Cunningham Debra Curtis Understudies l53 oo H Q MQ DP N. Xmlkzl-sal "Kalb 1 1 Government Aman-aisles Mienv 154 Understudies Robyn Cutler Sonya Dokin Don Daley Kaihy Davis Jeff de Lamore Sharon DeLand Mary Deluca Chuck DeMarco Lelsie De Mini Lance de Sieuben Lisa Degelmann Steve Dennis Carolyn Di Nardo Stephanie Diaz Angel Dieich Debra Dinwiddie James Doering Fred Dominguez Jeff Dooley Corrie Dooling David Dovell Bob Drey Teace Dufauli Marlene Dwyer Kathy Ebrite Sean Ecksiein .Iinnie Eddlemon Dori Edson Rod Eisenbeisz Luana Elison Billy Ellis Dennis Emge Dean Ender Dave Enos Bob Erdlsieck Melanie Erichsen Mark Evans Scofl Everefi Sharon Ewald Amy Fairchilds wg my Q bv i v-v 4 gy xx 1 A LWm,., nie 3.431 ip. , - , Hg? " ' ' . ,yi-7 '?5'1' ': gl, ' 1' , cf- ,174 fl 1" ':' 1 " . .... 5- , 1, 9. 3 M- I YB E93 ' w , 4 1 4 Q M A lf? A A Q 1 1 2 1 3 I I f L i. is -Q ,,, - A 'V up-if ib,X ,,'-4X 'P-A,Xi..x ..xf- - -a L - -af - -af Mark Farris Charles Fields Brad Fisher Brad Fisher Dana Fisher Dave Fisher Julie Fisher Randy Fontana Karen Ford Greg Fordyce Ernest Foss John Fotch Ruth Fournier Kirk Fowler Lori Freed Janet Freeman l. After Sophomore speeches, Bob Richardson and Gregg Miller go back to class to vote for offi- Cef5. 2. At the Sophomore election assembly, Greg Hodson introduces the candidates. 3. Dale Karell looks on during campaign speeches. 4. Angel Dietch shows her interest at leadership day. Understudies l55 l I T, . ,, . ,, . -, , ,H . 1 'Q 'C' 'T' f '41 at fl I I A '14, I A qf 'W , fr. . ' , , '6' , 9 s Sopiims Enjoy Fin Tim Jeanne Freeman Eric Freidenreich Caryn French Cathy Frey Mike Fris Jeff Fronk Denise Gabany Sue Gaiser Lars Galuppo Ed Garcia Rich Garrett Ilene Gayron 156 Understudies pvmmmwv-vw'f-' '- ' 5 A lv James Geanakos Paul Giannetakis Donna Gibson Tammy Gietzen Lisa Gillon Sheldon Glass Jeff Glatz Scott Glenn Kim Gordon Jim Gorzo Cindy Goss Mark Goss Joe Gouveia Jim Graf Hal Graham Jana Grant Mike Grant Mary Gratto Paula Gray Geoff Greene Bill Grider Robert Griffin Elizabeth Grouse Alison Gugliotta .A ,llf X ,-v xf 9 ' 4 Y I f 6 lm IE I I I ,1, I I I i i 2 I I I I I I I I I I I I I is go . ' 557- , ,I f M 4-13, 5' Z I yy., , I' X 1 K 44. ., ..:, Q 'ca sr"" Svggs V I ,-1 tfr' ml srl 'S' .. 1, -s.4 V,- ' 1 flak no 3441. if 'JI 4 If 9 f 4 fr fc nz ,W J K M4 ..,15,3- t - .. 4 l N. . 6 'Mx -Va, ' f , f .- A, A ' agijf. ' ,A n gd , .ic l I , lf! , if " ' I 'A I , y 4' ff- ,G . ' 2 4-,, Q ' -W , 3 M si .AJ YY 1 . L 1.,.Mi-1 S n fl l Z 'XM v .1 '4:7f'3fff! ' "-15' '7 1,30 A " ' ,Z 1 cd P up f Steve Gumbusky Martine Gurnick Nick Gustafson Arlene Guy Rhonda Hagerman Dale Hahn Greg Hall Lisa Hall Lisa Hall Mark Hall Shari Hall Cindy Hammond Mark Hannibal Bryan Hansen Regina Hanson Ava Haretakis Larry Harmier Chris Harmon Alan Harper Mark Harris Judi Haspell Wendy Hawkins Kevin Hayden Tom Hayes Darlene Haynie Dena Hazard Shari Hedin Ricky Heil Kennith Heinrich Becky Helme Robert Hempling Tracey Herbert Alison Hickman Marc Hidalgo Steve Higgins I. Larry Satsonis takes a break from playing his drum during band practice. 2. Nancy Mclnally and Martha McLintock show visa for Annie Kerr around school. Understudies lr 'Y fr M 'Z 7 u z 4 , , . 7 4 Z ' J , - . - M4 2,, fl W we ,ifyff 7 ' Wi.-if af!! ' l fm ,r :fa ' 'gg ,w.f"f MW V .MX4 .9 Wfwfi,-fyfyi 2 Bill Hill Jeanine Hill Eileen Hirschy Jan Hobbs Janet Holdridge JoAnn Holdridge Kelly Holkestad Gary Holland Shannon Holthe Marc Horwitz Gina Hoskin Steve Hoskins Bill Hoskins Conrad Hotchkiss Robert Humphfres Rob Hunter Steve Hunter Nancy Husband Rodney Ida Sheri ller Akira lno Lea Ann lsbill Lynette Isel Wendy lversen Chris Jackson Dan Jackson Rhonda Jackson Matt Jacobs Dave James Debbie Jamieson Julia Janke Lisa Janzen Janna Jensen Margie Jimenez Maria Jimenez wg. I 'J ii zuii ize m The S if I I I I I I 'in -J 4. ,, Q l. Jeff Negus refreshes himself with a long cold drink. 2. Karen Ford looks quizzically at a photographer trying to capture a candid pose. 3. Larry Anderson whistles at cheerleaders during the homecoming pep rally. 4. Curt Miller takes a short break between classes. l5B Understudies 'Wav' :Q .M 1: an , Q.. 0:7 Q.. 14 J X nw if .v f.g?' b C,-v nr-an 17 17121 e ' 5 W' ffl! I ' 1 f ""f7 'f, 171 :Wil f, 1. .-.ZW Yfivlfi if oc Why' nw. 1 U EN VQAQ J 4 Q J 4, Q ,. .. xy X dd '41 6- in-4.1 fl " g ':, ' I 41 Debra Johnson Susan Johnson Eric Johnslon Cindy Joiner Chris Jones Craig Jones Kevin Jones Renee Jones Steve Jones Bill Joos Daren Joy Dave Jay Katy Kohn Ron Kammer Jim Karanikolaou Dale Karell Karen Kauffeld Michele Keasf Pamela Kebre Paul Kelly Donny Kelly Julie Kennedy John Kepler Mary Kerwin Julie Keslerson Terri Ketchum Michael Kilroy Roberl King Ron Kissee Emi Kiyoloki Alan Kline Sieve Knight Understudues l 59 e il .- ,G , L, 't V l 9' P- f ' e , ,. ". if - 4'5" fix 4 . 'if f 4 4 Z "L ' fp-Q.. . , Q - Q1 Wifi, R .1 ' 421- 52,31 " Tif f" 'Yi ?...z,,2 Q -. , ' V rw" E1 E1 ' 'V -gf' '- . e ine Shim S im l60 Understudies Charlie Knirk Randy Knutson Dorri Komarek Mike Koob Craig Koster Ken Kostner Bill Kostner Dave Kowaleski Vicky Kucera Jeff Kudla Tim Kurreck David Kurtz Ronnie Lock Janel Larson Mary Larson Paula Lasky Vickie Laughlin Kevin Leary Lizzy Leeson Carol Leeth Mark Lehman Darren Leischer Steve Leong Bill Lepore Beth Levine Karen Lewis Kristy Lewis David Libby Bonnie Libman Greg Limas Annette Lockstedt Bill Longyear Kathy Losi Mearl Lohman .. 'z -.f-I ' W "- ..., 4 gb gl., , ' I Qin 'f 'gy '. ' 4 -A gm, , J. ,gg f :Q , - 'fwji ,mg -. , , 1? 4 - 2 f , " , 1 ., ,,, V . , - fx 4,1 W' ,p c"' 4 . 4V9! 9 ' v ' 6 j 'Z ' 7 Aw' Q , V ff, gh, , In Z 220 F In ' Mm? , 7: in -4- ' wi , A I I 1: ' "" ,- "ov , L7 , 7 5 .7 I Q ,din ff , ,.,. ,L w::9wf1:5,,j5-5 . ,, A- 1 . . , ' .ff 44-rage, 'T f- " ii --5 i ' ' . M, rv v- vs A . I. t . I- 'e l , .A Qf.,,f2gA,. ...H A, . , . W M 7315- 4 "- :V ':"1'-r':.":'ii 'i 'yfilg' Q 'f?f'f+"'l44-'fi 555529 " -T if fifrilli - ' Ei' 'J' ' ' 23:1 " - :'. H.w ,, 1'-' 1 f?" ' , . :QQ v- , rw, A- y 5, i 'f , . f , f 5 f v- f " 4-. .- :Wg Q w f , 4 'EZ' , ,nga 7' ki - Q 4-xl ,- W, . Z3-,fl iff 'itil ,ng a .- j- 1,1 .,... jf' V . I-3 :Q jx. 2 Tv KL? 541' Ar. my , .56 ry: 1 1: ' . 1 'W' 'M' u " all 4' 4 ,. ..-4' j x.f' , ' 3 X ,' , Y:-1-.-nl - Y , ,, V, X , QW ' v i' 41'ns3'aA X A 51. . Qffliiib , , 6521 " " ' Z 55953 , 531 in . 3- 9 --" g 14: ,- fa 5:2-' ,L . -4 " 'f , it ' 153 '56 " . " S- "1 :fp A 1 - ,, A ' , ' '..'q."" I I, ,. ' fl , , , L 'S ZZ 5' 2 32 . Y W will 6' 1 f x M I ff-1 A "' I 2 f X I fl' 'I 1 1 ,I 1 , ,, 4 '7 nr 11 l. Wendy Payne shows her enthusiasm while leading the Sophomores in a competition yell. 2. At one of the pep rallies, Sophomore cheerleaders Karen Kauffeld, Leslie Moyer, Teace Dufault, Wendy Payne, and Kathy Wall show their spirit. 3. Brent Callis and Janet Holdridge stand at the top of the gym bleachers to see all the action at the Homecom- ing pep rally. .A 1 ,I fl 12:35 'I f x f 1 445 l at ki '4 MM ww' 'W l if W' nl. W, tml mdlmw if Q7 .S-SNL.. Sue Low Heidi Lowe Bobbie Loy Deanne LuPayne Lori Lundgren Dana Lyerla Susan Lynch Michelle Maggs Lori Magnacca Mike Mahony Sam Maida Ernest Maldonado Bridget Malloy Cheryl Malmquist Martha Maloy Kristy Manning Debra March Shannon Marlow Dave Marr Chris Martin Terry Martin Michelle Martina Mark Maruoka Julie Matsui Mark Maxwell Steve McBride Mark McCracken Kathleen McCrory Mike McGee Anita McGillivray Nancy Mclnally Cindy McKinney Undersludies 161 EVA 8 1 f ' 41- aff Lori Magnacca gestures to o friend ot nutrition. 162 Understudies in f, 1 C 4? 1 6 S l"' N' Q P b t 'i 4 IN I' ll l' All- J ,.4:,,',, p .L if-glial ,mga my rr- I Lunch G ly Wi eceime Kris McKinnon Bruce McLees John McLin Martha Mclintock Gwen McMillan Sherri McMur1rey Karen Megrund Geoffrey Meister Julie Mendez Leslie Mennes Kenneth Meyer Gregg Miller Priscella Miller Susan Miller Janet Mills Aaron Mishkin Mike Mitchell Ray Mitchell Russ Mobley Cheri Monroe Thomas Monson Mart Montgomery Jerry Moore Rob Moore Tom Moore Kym Moran Lisa Morgosh Brian Morris Brian Mosley Stephanie Mowrey Leslie Moyer Paul Moyer Larry Musson Richard Myrocle Wendell Nagao Rf 'V ff i 4' 40.5 ,,,, r . ' Q s 4 ff I , 1 t , f-K , . .2 5 x -4-N " 32 'A is ,Vi . X i Coleen Naldrett Van Nation Kelli Nees Jeff Negus N . ci 4 A 1 ,Q ' ' ity' V. YM? - we-K .- gi X 1 - IA 1 lx! -3' Y xi f 1 x 11 sf T ' ' - i , - 'v' 7' 4 A 'N i 'L I R ' , 1 XV? .. 'X "Vi, .-- nd I l -ir-.. P ..-1 "Vis .1 , ki V' 'lv 1-.4 . T4 .V 'Q 5 yt ,4 f yr H f' f 7 I , 3 " Q J 'A 5 .. ,Vs ' 2. ,V 5? 'is ':i5E:,I' ff . . i. A M W I ' ! v 1, ,- 1, 4:41 ' - -1-1 if 3, , e , ' xW?" ii - 0' ' I-an "' - J - if A' 1 71 - 5- 4 1 X Q I if " ,P , ' ' ggi .. -v' " 1 , 41.5 5. T , P1 s .V E 'v,.N I L Q: an , g wp, ':1:fJ ' f' , T T ' -4 5 " 4 L f Calhy Nelson Chris Nelson Carol Nerney Phillip Nezel Mark Nickerson Marc Nishino Karen Nixon Craig Noble Christy Noe Phil Norling Michelle November Denise Novis Jim Nowicki Judy Oneill Ron Ornellas Stan Oufman Sarah Owens Terrie Paddison Lynn Pagulayan Tim Palmquisl Sandy Papas Teresa Park Linda Paflian Brad Patrick Dana Paulson Judi Pawley Wendy Payne Veronica Penn Mary Perez Dan Peters Wendy Pelerson Bren! Picano Kelli Pick Brian Pickering Dave Pinch Darby Piper Damon Pizzurro Jack Pleyfe Cothi Pomeroy Lisa Ponce Teresa Pope Ken Posthuma Susan Powell Susan Lynn Powell Lisa Powelson Gordy Praler Dave Quintana David Rader Cheryl Raill Richard Rolson Douglas Raphael Vicki Rasey Julie Rasinski Mark Raya Sarah Raymond Tom Reilly Undersludies 163 E ffefrf' 5?F:f f?fzf:"'55"F:f 52:1 Agf Hill :Air ' rr-Hsitiuandi s I X Jeannie Reiter Michael Rela Linda Reynolds Robert Richardson Sue Riddle Judy Riley Mark Roberson Frank Roberlson Korinne Robertson Mark Robertson Cathy Robillard Kirk Roderick Sherry Rodriquez Raul Rogers Suzanne Rohrer Robin Romano Lisa Rossini Kim Rolher Steve Rowe Bren? Rudailis Mike Ryan Jim Ryckebosch Diane Sagey Dave Saladin Maureen Salmond Valerie Saluta Craig Sanderson Pam Sandhoefner Jill Sappinglon Lori Safor Larry Salsonis Paul Savaso Mah Schenden Steve Scherer Mike Schildts Derek Schneider Lisa Schrader Steve Schramm Tom Schriefer Craig Schulz Rick Schulz 164 Undersfudles f , f w 1 , ff ,- 4. i i 1. .f'fi,Q-, 'Cy '15'E'Z135L, ff V iiiiimi ,, 215225.33-v nfzlgzf- , ,. , fr ' --W4 v' , 1-:gf-:ff-'i.. . cw , f ' ' , ,.-9 ,. .H ,. -5 V f. 4 V ,1 , , V y ,N ,V - ff A ,zz 4 f , ' N- .V V, QV V V ' ' frzigg , L, , VL 'R A ' ' .xi of J ---A ' J 1 W ' - " " ' ' Y 1 - '75 ,, I . Q W - r 1, . is 1--"""f , A A,-' Z: J"? All Qu . Q 'HAP 1' .-V - V Y 1 V A if ii -- R1 .V J iv- VVLV.Vg V gg . ff Q , 13" ' i""""'! :E I Vs. ,. I-255 I V 17' Tf 'I 5 V gf " lg I 1- liil 5 1i f,,' Zi I x , , I 1 ' W?" ' - 'Q ' V il 4-1. . , 8, l , i VV ' 11' V. :V 4:-gf ti? Y , f .V .n.'l, ' ilfw' . I 'i . z J - , J - A me 119k V K 'X . Afier a foolball game Debra Dinwiddie smiles happily. l 2. Lori Salor hurries lo the lunch line before il gefs loo long. ,Z X 44 E. A Qs a fi. if, l ' 1 f .aus e-' l . 4-3 X ' ,.......' .qxz I ' ' V,- Zl, S 5 Q 1 -fr ' , . ,WIIUWUS .t-85. ,- f4. nl -,. , r I .ti .N f x- k..t f x NJ f ff 1 V K 'W , :LUV "H Zigi' - ' -,,,.ff- '.'5"5e... Mike Scotti LaMont Seifert Audrey Selby Matt Shaker Eric Shapiro Scott Shattuck Shannon Shaw Diane Shearer Bob Sherman Mike Shopshire Cindy Shull John Silzel Vicki Simpson Mark Slater Brian Smith Jamie Smith Ray Smith Larry Sokoloff Rene Solorio Linda Souza Cindy Speck Diane Speich Ron St. John Tammi Staggs Juli Stahier Linda Standley Shannon Stanley Walter Starky Kevin Stephens Suzanne Stevens Ron Stewart Sherri Stine Terry Stocker Mary Stockinger Sharon Stoll Joel Stone Kevin Stone Andy Strahan -:J 55,15 Understudies 165 Joseph Strauss Carolyn Strong Donna Stuart Lisa Sullivan llene Sumers Steve Swank Kevin Swanson Jim Swenson Allison Sylvester Fred Sylvia Lori Symons Drusi Talmage John Tarabilda Joe Tardif Mike Tavera Scott Taylor Phil Taylor Lisa Teply Emil Terrazas John Theiss Arnold Thomas Celeste Thomas Eddie Thomas Jeff Tibbets Brendan Timpane Julie Tisthammer Norman Torres Eva Toth Debbie Trogdon Dan Trollinger JoAnne Trull Ryan Turner Jaime Turney Galen Tussey Gary Tye Dennis Uncapher David Upton Pam Van Bogart Joel Van Boom Carolyn Van Den Berg I66 Understudies Estela Vital Paul Wackym John Waddle Lisa Wagner ' 'f'8:f'55 1 I ' El h B nk Continu e V or A.,w,'y T .s,,X, 11 .ffl 3,- 0 ' 'F , 1 1 1 , if 5' f ' fl ' 1 vu. C 4 5 191 " 1 .- . s 'af if if . 1-1 . 1-1-13.21-5:1 "" 1 5,4 4:5 ,X .l 1 ,- f 4' , " '1- Qi ... , , ,1::,1'fQ3'I7' , 'W 1 '5" 41 . . xiffff ? if ' 1 Q 'vp - ' 'f ' ' , v , . ' " Lf . . uc , Qian .f ft!! . Q-H . N 1 ,L 2 '- ' 3 5 V: li' no 14- -ff , i C252 if , zz '. , 'lf' '1 ug -"' 'QA 7 ? P Mike Waldow Rob Walker Kathy Wall Todd Waltz Cheryl Ward Jennifer Warren Dave Warye Harvey Waters Brian Way Paula Webster Eleanor Weech Linda Weger Chris Weiland Sharon Weiland Sonya Weileman Patti Welch Neal Wells Bob Wells Nancy Weneta Tina Wentworth Cathy West Robert Wheeler Nancy White Laura Whitehouse Tamara Vthester Melanie Wilkerson Mark Williams Clay Willison 'l Judi Haspell is surprised at what she sees and not quiet sure if it is real. 2 New Sophomore David Enos tries to locate one of his classes. ,Q 1 l l L '1 ll 3 While eating their lunch Cathy Robillard and Kris McKinnon listen to music. 'l 1 l l Understudies 167 . ,pp ,,y'1i" ' f vwe, ,, fb. 1 1, g X Y-511. ,fe :fm 7'?Zfi"7n?' 14' 1' M" ' i"lHQ' Y if -274 mira! fe H 'ff 12292, f H QW , lilffqi, ' ' 1 4 'W ' 9 , " .I 34 .... .Aa .J E, Y NEXE Y F A Q E l . Tim Birkmann tells girlfriends about the doy's plan. 2. The Sophomore class shows their spirit during competition yell at pep assembly. 17 168 Understudies , 4 Ken Wise Mike Withem Jeni Wong Nathan Wong Shelly Woods Dave Wright Debbie Wright Kathy Wright rt . X -rss:-:sax .35- 1 sc: 1'--v Q07 N t ',,.,. K Sue Wright Julie Wullkotte Greg Yamada John Yasuda Marlene Yazzie Randy Yoder June Yokogawa Debbie York Robert Yuhas Halida Yusuf David Zaizar Nancy Zech Gregg Zechiel Gregg Zeutzius Jim Ziegler DI if nm, .QF t Noi Ida Ag Nuke A Kem I Mn Paul B ll-urgg llflvai lvod l Erk ll! Diane Glfyi Blind llwn Juli B1 Sher, Deng levi I llben lime im, Gin lmgyi, Niche Not pictured Ida Aguilar Mike Ahearn Kent Aken Michael Amato Paul Baggett Margo Barnett Richard Berger Brad Blake Eric Blucker Diane Boyd Cheryle Brown Belinda Buchmann Thuan Bui Jeff Burget Sherry Burklow Dona Capps Paul Carter Albert Castro Lannon Chun-Ming Rodney Clark Gloria Crowe Anothony De Francesco Michele De Grave Cindy Damingos Debbie Doyle Rick Evanoff Paul Fice Bradley Fisher Brian Fox Eric Freideneich Debbie Griskonis Mike Gryvnak Doug Hall Janet Haninger Regina Hanson Ron Ho Carol Hoage Clarice Howard Shelly Howren Solomon Kaihewalu Leora Kimeldorf Scott King John Kingston John Krueger Tim Langwell Janet Lee tif uw ' 1 . ,ii r 2 - wi i . i' s, 'l. '4 I V 1' Scott .lohman Brad Lucente Kim Manley Rick Manley Brad Marcus Jeff Mclean Curtis Miller Rene Moro Debra Marg Kevin Noble Debbie Norby Pam Ogletree Jackei Pelkey Cheryl Peters John Purser Tom Rabor .lon Redline Mark Reiss Anthony Riley Rick Rubino Mike Rudich Rudy Ruiz Mark Sanderson Rick Senne Dean Shears Cindy Shields Margo Sisneras Cheryl Smith Chris Smith Bob Sollee Brandee Sollenberger James Souder Mary Sayka Synthia Stebbins Susan Stewart Paul Strupp Robert Thomas Darren Thompson Denise Varish Monica Vlcek Laura Warner Elisabeth Winter Ken Zakowicz Sandra Zielke Dan Zuccarella Understudies 169 . ww l'l"S SURVIVAL I OF THE . FIERCEST. All 'l'l-IE FIIIIIIIEST. "THE LONGESI YARD" is a movie that cracks a lot of jokes. And a lot of bones. Burt Reynolds stars- tough, sassy - and always that fire. Reynolds is at his most virile. The wrath of a woman scorned Q starts his trouble. However, he's Q got some wrath of his own. And ,the last 45 minutes of thg.f.ilTn.-ls. Qunlike anything you have ever Dseen. lt will have you howling and Qcheeiing like no movie ever has. , "THE LONGEST YARD" is about llife. And it's about fighting back. 1lt's about good over evil. And about laughing uproariously at them both. 3 "THE LONGEST YARD" is a fierce, funny movie. For men for women, for everyone. g 'ARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS lll ALBERT S. BUDDY PRDDUCTIDN zum nsvunlns rms L NGEST mmm inmf Auzfm D LAUTER MIKE CONRAD , ALBERT SBUDDY rurcf -N lf, ROBERT ALDRICH f TRACY KEEHAN WY T-v2',l 1'-vit' - ALBERT S.llUDDY -.1 ,. . ,.,, l-. FRANK DEV0l . ff, . v--t f H AlAllPHDRDWlTZ 1441 rw H f' mm fu 1 JH 1'nl'fl5ffTf'J'41l X I' lil 'E' X ,,,, 'Q - , A- ,':.Q,' f '-1 f ---W 1 .gl- 1 jff:Eaiiiiiiiii3'ai"7:fi l....""'3lIlIlll . ' I . muquzmu in emu CJ ,K liilllll TW !W"14'Ml Mm .M k A ancy Sip 4. v......f. mm.. '1 lm HIHIIIIIIII 1 U Wkhhmiilltull , .,..- -f f The lights dimmed, and the footlights brightened. The movie began, it opened like no sneak preview could predict. It was a win- ning season, not iust a streak. The season closed with a record of 16-3. Their one league loss came the last game of the season against Foothill. Finishing off their season, the overtime game lasted until a final score was reached 8-9, most games, how- ever, were not nearly that close. The season was accented with an I8-l victory over Santa Ana Valley and a 25-4 victory over Katella. l. Alluding his pursuer, J.V. player Mark Cornett attempts to score. 2. Attempting to see through splashing water, Matt Smith eyes the goalie. 3. J.V. player Bruce Fryman guards a player in the Chaf- fey game. , l l72 ,Action r 'v ,es .-A I 'Q ef Q, f 2, we f -,',' ,f., ' 9"QPn-mmf' 'H ., l 'X U N " 3"' .gfiiiwf "1 ,O I Q f 'N 1 ., 7 q1l'a2'1V ,z ' 0 4 V' 5' T 'W' af r X 4 e- x 4 .4 af l :fn s 1 4' jig 44 V 5 f "in g 1' IFF II IB rg- sw ,- Jn I V-A., ave- ,4-' -Q .-40' M5' A! 5 l- F, ,i f , -Q. 9.1 , 2 LIU- t 'Vi ffzls' ., 'H Z ,Ln 11 bg K Y .gd ,nvm S an Y N No 0 53 5-"i A 0 0 1 ' ' f X4 E :ff N Q J' v W A 4 1 0 5 , Oc! 8 s sl sl sl sl-blsl 31 tw M- my ta my we'm7Wm5-m7+m5vm?vm'+mf-mF- '-ff f. 'i ' l-L If W EQUUW EUUUEJ IEUQ ln M i' With a crew of l8 iuniors and seniors the varsity waterpolo team opened their season. And it certainly was "Quiet on the set" as they practiced every morning before the doors to the school were unlocked. The players portrayed their roles and the fans flocked to see the spectacle, but before anyone expected, the season closed, and the applause died. lt was a success, ending with a record of I8-3. I Q , 'pwbw ' " ' U I All-, ff. iw WMLY 2,5 5 ' I , 1 I f I ,W . , ,ll r M ii, U If l 'f .4ff, WZ - , ' 1 , 4 6 Q' if ufjfa, .2 - I ,, .r4..,,, M ' ffhf--.1141 ' ' ,. 1 :ff , , ,If .iw , ' ' f if 'W A 4. . .. i " '-fwfr 1. Hoping for a goal, Dennis Mohle prepares to shoot, 2. VP's goalie slaps away an opponent's ball. 3. Senior Hector Durazo moves the ball toward the goal. 4. Preventing a pass, Doug Kimbell guards an Estancia player. 5. I976-77 Varsity Water Polo team. 6. The varsity team rallies before their game. 7. Matt Smith attempts to shoot the ball, l74 Action mllgigu V: '4???f'i.1' .,,.. . ,,, f -ur'-an ' H' ,r ' Av 1 -ff M , -.. film' "' . f Y .M yu, 1 1 we N W , 1, ,,,. .4 ' -' f-12.2.21 if 1 . . .. - Wm fs . I . Ai 0 .fva V . A sf If 4 x ul -Q Lv' . iff' . ' . 'W' 3 -Q Q. v 0 fo f ,pf r "ily "WM we W.. . . -lv, 5 .. nt ' , If 1,44-av -ui 'Bn 9 6 s . J'-""- Q o u n u c a s 5 .N Q 5 5 S 5 S s S s S s S s S s S s. S s 8 s N 5 s 5 S 'In N '- i' .. gg.. -- gf .. 35 .. .. .. 3,1 .. ml .. 3, .. . . 3' . ga . . '45, - - in .W .M .wwf ,L.f.t. .wk .WX M1 -'ff -'HQ If it .f ii. ,v fi. ,vw ,VfJ1,Qf'J- J I I I I' I I I I I I I I I I I Q llfi'f5?7 -I" ll nk. lb wf V . ' 'Q 1753 . ,, ., ,www ,,,,,. 6 7 TOP: K. Mortensen, H. Duranzo, J. Genowcy, D. Weber, D. Mohle, D. Fryman, R. Longyear, B. Balok, M. Mikulics. BOTTOM: D. Kimbell, K. Brandon, B. Fryman, M. Johnson, M. Smith, M. Cornett, J. Driggers, J. Kucera, B. Mason. ' 3 at 5 J 1 ff 'fi A - 'I ' n hr- in I 'A Z7-H. " "" ' ' I' mv X tl " ' - Q' .xi SCORE BLOCK 27 Orange 2 I2 Santa Ana 6 13 Tustin X 4 I8 S.A. I6 El Modfina 3 IO Estancia 7 8 Foothill 9 Action i 75 ' ly EU :dl The Sophomore water polo team began their season as o very new team. The team had only two experienced players, yet closed their season with a 16-4 record losing the championship by only one point. When asked who he felt were the teom's outstanding players soph. Chris Brothers re- plied, "it's hard to say if we had any one outstanding player, I think everyone played well.. . I. Sophomore Dan Trolinger moves the ball down the pool. 2. TOP: Curtis Blythe, Larry Harmier, Chris Brothers, Dove Enos, Scott King, Dan Trollinger. BOTTOM: Paul Savaso, Marc Horwitz, Jim Balok, Steve Abdalla, Joel Stone, Dave Radar. ,a i-"' , ,sf-9245 613' Q 4 'Ji A 042, O4 Q ze' ' T76 Action ,....v my l EWEEE IL WSU EUEWE :I.- ,f2i.,. ., . V- fr in ' , - ff - r- - rw- M- , -' .- 1, ?-7 ',, ld . I , . 'T ..,WV.,g, .-I -.w.M",,- gf ' FT-a?.L' .Iva ., : ' Although the Water Polo Team did not go to CIF finals they did an amazing iob for a team that is in it's 4th year. ln their first game they faced Redondo Beach defeating them with a score of 12- lO, amazingly scoring 4 goals in the 3rd quarter. ln their next game they defeated Indio 8-4. They lost their last game to Los Amigos with a final score of 9-8. "I feel that the teams were evenly matched" stated Coach Ehrlich. Since their first year when they were defeated by Foothill 27-O the Water Polo Team has gotten increasingly better, and now are real contenders for winning CIF in the future. l. Struggling for the ball, Doug Kimbell battles to stay above water. 2. Coach Erlich gives the Water Polo Team instruc- tions during time-out in CIF game against lndio. Spar- tans won 8-4. 3, Goalie Keith Brandon rises high out of the water to block a shot during 2nd round CIF win against Indio. 4. Mark Johnson readies to make pass into the hole area during 2nd round CIF game vs. lndio. Action I 77 ' ,,,, W' I U W! ,,,,,,,,, , ,U U U U U U QI! , 5 A T S M Q We , 'IF ul' F F ' f- '75 r SU 'J T12 " 'T Tlll arf T t f 1 in in V V V , ,fri ll 'T 2'9 J K -A 32 My MH K vb' 4- ' .-vs-Ni, :PSV join iii- i ' ' -- First row, left to right: Scott Fredricksan, John Sustacek, Phil Rogers, Mark Kahn, Steve Rios, Gary Lenhart, John Leichtfuss, Second row: John Heineken, Ed Brown, Aft Reisman, Dale Fry, Walt Pomeroy, Pat Michael, Mike Leichrfuss, Third row: Kelly Blake, Mike LuPayne, Jim Weneta, Shadd Stanley, Keith Krueger, Glenn Stewart, Greg Fontana, Mike Stevenson, Fourth row: Rob Thomas, Kelly Balhtrap, Mike DeLuca, Evan Grover, Tom Klecak, Mark Dix, Kevin DeVito, Rob Martin, Kent Pomeroy, Fifth YOW2 Bob Rose, Rob Norton, Art Howanski, Carl Turner, Dave Zeller, Mike Alu, Chuck Drott, Vic Mahony, George Briggeman, Sixth raw: Mike Bollantyne, Pete Rasinski, Scott Holt, Mike DeLamare, Dean Garden, Matt Hobson, Scott Logan, Dave Hauber, Mike McFarlane, Seventh raw: Randy Stubblefield, Greg Holleran, Willie VWlliams, Jeff Bieller, Kirk Springe, Todd Litman, Tom Catlin, Jeff Janzen, Larry Harman, Eighth row: Tim Walworth, Steve Brown, Jeff Puskas, Steve Shultz, Steve Martin, Mike Dennis, Tom Dennis, Dave Robbins. s ee, eees so .L 1- .- ii llr '4 ."-'fl -.if Edlvl' .sw-tl' HW' wi! MW 1, llllfl' C. Sv E ll . Lf' Mi .ie yr , .. M' ' .7 1 Y V . -ff.,---vt-, -.W ,,,. The Spartans who had come into this sea- son determined to win the 3A Cif Champion- ship more than ever started things on the right track by opening its first game of the season against Katella, edging them 14-13. The fol- lowing week they came on strong with the good running of Rob Martin and passing by Keith Kruegar, as V.P.H.S. defeated Canyon 13-6. 1 . 1976 Varsity Football Team. 2. Varsity Football Coaches: Left to right: Rich Cimino, Bob Hughes, Don Thompson, Ted Mullen, Steve Wilson, Dave Colville. 3. Head Coach Ted Mullen yells to players, while Dave Robbins looks on. 4. Watching intently, Dean Gordon i411 and Dave Rob- bins ll 41 wait for their chance to get back into game. 5. Rushing the Tustin quarterback, the Sparton defensive line shows the excellent defense they played all year. 6. Dave Robbins makes a leaping catch for a small Spar- tan gain. 179 - '1 1 ,, ' f. 4 . -M 1 . f I I I I ir' . IDI? UWIBEU ' 1. Linebacker Mike McFarlane watches intently from the sidelines as the offense nears the goal line. 2. Quarterback Keith Krueger attempts to escape a Val- ley defender in the Spartans' only loss of the year. 3. Coach Mullens gives the team a pep talk before the game against Katella. 4. Keith Krueger searches downfield for a receiver. V.P.H.S. 3rd game was a special game in which the Spartans played Orange. It was the first time these two schools had played together since the 1973 season. With poor ball handling by Orange most of the game. V.P. had no contest and defeated the Pan- thers 30-8. This had been only the second time V.P. had beaten Orange. Again with excellent running by Rob Martin V.P.H.S. won their next two games without much trouble defeating Santa Ana 24-7, and Tustin 28-3. V.P. was next to meet Santa Ana Valley. ln the game Villa Park and Valley had played an evenly matched game, and it seemed as though it would end in I4-14 tie. But with the final seconds ofthe game ticking away, V.P. went into punt formation, and the snap was fumbled, with Vally recovering on the one yard line, then they eventually scored. Beating the Spartans I4-21 . 180 Action Y . .. y - -- .fan----' . .. . . In ,V A ,., 4 , F 1 A. , Q. . N . , ,. M ff" erwfffl K.. I .. "' ' 4? xx.. fa ' l ' 1. - -. ' as 'a-ra 'Q-rf: ' M-at ' Y ' ' 'Q' "QV ' 'ws ' 'H '. i'. Qs. i5. Q.. Qs.. 's'.. 's'- Qs- is- S ' .9 ' , 4 K . . . . 4 ' 'A , ,P , . ,- 4 171. ' l ' ll ' ll ' ll ' il ii i l W 1 A wtf I 0 If I nfl! 4 Q 41 S, A, 'I 'v' i Y s I, :and 0 - . ! .P . 5 V' "' S "' H I " . ' l 'f' r' .- ---as Q --+1 W e- .' 1-fs . ' -4. f -41 ' 4 ,. 5 , V ,,,, V fi 1 ' W- ' a in -xl' .. f .l ,. 'iff 349' ,L .,,,, ,,. M3 'M-,-' fi ,2.,,.f,,- - M' '- 1 f -as 4' I ' wg- ' I ,',.. A, ri' 'F xr?" 1 , 71 I I. Rob Martin attempts to elude Katella defender in the Spartons' first game ofthe year. 2. Villa Park slotback Rob Martin streaks past Tustin defenders for a long gain. 3. Mark Kahn sweeps around left end in 30-6 victory over Orange at Kelly Field. 4. Rob Martin sweeps around the end for o big gain. Action l8l A f ,Lang -L!-., 'o 1 mf' C ,ff 501- S 2 I BI47 I I I I I I 2 .f V Q, . 4 im, lqnwf- L,."" .' Qkfw fi., - fi UA., ,.,., ,A- 4101! ,Jim ' , W ar ,X .ey 4 si V.P.H.S.'s next opponent was El Modena. El Mo had not lost a league game in two years coming into the game. The first half was all Villa Park as they enioyed a 14-3 lead. El Mo gave V.P. some competition late in the fourth quarter as El Mo came within three points, but the V.P. defense held the El Modena offense till the clock ticked away, defeating the Vanguards 21-18. Villa Park finished its last two games of the season by beating Estancia 28-0, and edging Foothill 'IO-7 finishing the season with an 8-I record. A good enough record to again qualify for the CIF playoffs. " 'f,s,,., , - ' Q 'i " . T .. . ,V . , ' 8 l i lI3GEUi THQ E Wifllls The Sophomore Football team again matched last year's record setting 8-l record. Under the leadership of head coach Russ Murphy, the Soph's came back to win eight straight games, after losing the first game of the year against Katella. The Sophomores were led by the excellent running of Arnold Thomas and quarterbacking of Harvey Waters. Both men combined to be a strong advantage on the team. The Soph's really showed their playing potential and will be a great asset on the 77-78 Varsity Squad. l . A sharp cut down the center of the field by full- back Darren Cochran for a gain of four yards. 2. Arnold Thomas l32l streaks down the sidelines for a Villa Park touchdown. The final score, a spectacular 33-O. 3. The Sophomore offense lined up for the play, Harvey Waters quarterbacking. 4. After a gain of 3 yards, Arnold Thomas is brought down by Orange defender. 5. Villa Park quarterback Steve Brown, ll ll jumps, then fires a pass to his receiver. 6. 1976 Soph. Football team. 7. Arnold Thomas i32l receives excellent block- ing by tackle Greg Hall and Dutch Holland ll2l. l84 Action WWW 1'Q4ilLE'lF -1 ., f fTf"""'ifVfT 4, q,pgaw1:, g , d5!"'t?d"-" 5 i,...y...L' ' ttf:-:' . ' I f'5"'fT ,-f lil 3 ' g iq iv If "3 -g . , , if -.- 1 1 1- -w A so tl .. . ra. X r - ,gm I V nn I 1 J will ' Tk fm Ur, :, "U. 4 'if "' Q -.1-r 3 ' , icfjggf? r celery ' ide! ' 2 rg f, g " M -. ,cm A, ,J if wsu. Mfr ,s l A r r Z gif?"-'f . . ,. A .V ur' X if "-Y'U0tv1AQ"r ...gi f .1 1, U I , ,. , ,, ., 'qui V v -4 1 1 I I . H1 ,Q ,, ,. . , ' 0.4! . 4 1' "i, T 'pf-' ' 1 Bi. ' .- , .V 7 ,- 1... ' , 'J ' 4.7. fl-' .' . 1, 5 r A, ,,:: ,G z V 1 . ft . - . W ,t N N , , N '. ' ,rag - I. , 1" ' '- , . I M- - "ww,-v41,,i,'1'Qf'7'z,j V A 'f-mg-gnjfgy . 'L -.'1" ,, .U ',7"k'.' M -ms-l'5,,m' -- V. in Q . 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'L - ' ".- "--'fel , ' ' if 'j,,j 5 V - J' 5-7, ,f , A 1, ii 4'5,.,f 4 Wy- -'41, 14, jf' ', A ,X I ,f ff 2. 57 f- ff ' ' HMQ1? wk W' .-,.. i P A :M Q V -...... L, 1' ig---mpg ' I Kei' 41 Y I ,ty df., ... , . ,, 1,1 I 6 , ,f ni Y First row, left to right: Coach Mark Losi, Fred Sylvia, Randy Knutson, Mark McCracken, Phil Ahlm, Darren Cochran, Mike Shopshire, Mark Hannibal, Rudy Ruiz, Second row: Randall Yoder, Joe Strauss, Mike Reta, Mike Koob, Tom Monson, Ron Stewart, Clarke Caines, Tim Birkmann, Third row: Coach Tim Owens, Gary Holland, Phil Buffington, Larry Satsonis, Mark Harris, Harold Graham, Brad Fisher, Dale Hahn, Mark Reya, Head Coach Russ Murphy, Fourth row: Steve Brown, Ron Kammer, Brent Picano, Phil Norling, Bill Hill, Ray Smith, Greg Hall, Mark Maxwell, Fifth row: Larry Anderson, Paul Broderick, Harvey Waters, Phil Brelie, Mike Mahony, .left Burget, Joe Gouveia, Tom Moore, Craig Sanderson, Jeff Carter. Action l B5 I MA. D 'I Q 8.5 8 2l I l I I I I I I 1 M . . 'ill 'ill 1.13: Ginn nina thru than rigs funn at-.gl gg... pgg... .1-...- ..LtfU.'1lfU. . 13391. . . . Villa Park's opponent in the first round of CIF playoffs was Monte Vista. Through- out most of the game the Spartan's offense dominated. ln the first half Rob Martin carried the ball six times scoring three touchdowns and picking up 124 yards, while Keith Krueger hit 4 of 6 pas- ses for 46 yards. The only Monte Vista score came late in the fourth quarter, as the Spartans smothered them 33-7. The following week VPHS played Paci- fica. Again VP's strong team overpowered their opponent. By the first quarter VP had a 21 -0 lead. Not giving Pacifica much of a chance, VPHS won 36-7. Next VP played Damien. In that game Rob Martin scored three touchdowns, a two point conversion, and ran for 154 yards. The defense led by Larry Harman, .leff Bieller, and Mike McFarlane held Damien to only 14 yards throughout the second half as VPHS defeated them 35- 14. Now the Spartans headed to the semi finals against South Pasadena. ' . ' ' "-" - , . 4 ,. 4 A ,, . f , . , .., ,N L . ' , If 1 1. .1 e .u , ' . I ' ' " '. 'E .fl ', 1' A - ' ' ' ' , . bww 1,2 .,, A 1 Q A gv-4 "'V.KQ,..5,' F I 186 Adioft ' ' Q-ffm 'if' A 'T' 'mu' .- .-.-. RA.. Villa Park, who suffered a 13-12 loss in the CIF finals last year against South Pasa- dena, was determined to win this year. As the opening play of the game got under way, Kirk Springe iolted the So. Pas. quar- terback, knocking the ball loose, and VPHS recovered on the So. Pas. 26 yard line. With the excellent running of Rob Mar- tin and Ed Brown, Villa Park got the first score of the game. Through most of the first half the Spartans dominated the game, enioying a 14-6 half time lead. Villa Park in the second half drove 64 yards for a touchdown, now leading 20-6. In the third quarter So. Pas. quarterback Bohannon threw a 7 yard touchdown pass now making the score 20-13. With less than 2 minutes left in the fourth quarter, So. Pas. drove to the Spar- tan's 10 yard line. A desperate pass into the end zone was intercepted by Rob Mar- tin in front of the Tiger receiver Steve Mar- tin. VPHS then let the clock run out and preserved the victory, winning 20-13. For the second straight year VPHS had made the finals. 1. An unidentified Spartan grabs a So. Pas. runner as Larry Harman fends off a blocker. 2. VPHS kicker, Tom Klecak, kicks a field goal while Greg Fontana holds. 3. While Keith Krueger looks on, Rob Martin runs around two Temple City defenders. 4. Rob Martin makes a sliding stab at the ball. 5. Through a tough So. Pas. defense, Ed Brown inches his way for a Spartan first down. Action 1 87 l l l l l i L .U. fifi. 'l. Rob Martin sweeps to the right while the Spar- tan offense blocks. 2. Mark Kahn tries to break through a tackle against Temple City. 3. VPHS quarterback Keith Krueger rolls to the right, looking for an open receiver. 4. Rob Martin displays another excellent run. VPHS now played Temple City at Cit- rus College. ln the first half it was a close fought game as Temple City led 7-0. At the start of the second half Tem- ple City's Don Roberts took the kickoff to VPHS's 35 yard line, which led to a Temple City score. The Spartans had a lot of trouble getting through the tough Ram defense. Again in the fourth quar- ter Temple City scored. VPHS tried to make a comeback but were victims of tough breaks, as Temple City won 21- 0. For the second time VPHS had been denied the 3A Championship. The Varsity squad, who will lose only li starters from its original 22, and with an excellent Sophomore team coming in, should produce a successful football season next year. ILUDUQS3 n " ff fqf ff- "Q 'fi ' 'f " H ' 2121-.-9 A '4 f' ' .' .gf ,W - . 11, 59 u J M 5 I , 3 1. 5 .sgvi i 'Q' 'T 3 . 188 Action 'F-" -rr - -V+-L-B.--'-.-'.:-'. . . ' 7: .,- 1 . ij. Q V 1 N ' . ' T , , 7 V, , . 1 7 7 .- -' H' ' ., " -' V -- -' N .,f ' 1 s . ' M, 1 I H, ' ' Wai ' X 1 A M 17. + 1 .17-. A x 11. i 17' i f f, . '1 7, ' '11 7 ' O I 4 , A A 4' V A 4 Av ' A ' UV 1 " .4 . 11 .4 , v.3:"""', nw- Aga . .-VH ,.Mii4 -., , 'A 'M 39,512 ffl .L We - V , A ,yur A 'qw Af 1. ,. .r MZ? M , - an-'Yi . 1 y V- U 1 V ,4,zM,-iw -Emi: ' ' , " ' . .--?"'k-y,:':.'l1' V 'u V. H., ,wwf 12 . , f' ', ". 1'-3 ., f . , 1- , - V: I, 2-21.Q.,:g.-,'- .pr . ,, ,. f V' .. -Vf- . , , , ,,1 .' ' .- 'Vg J.,-M. -f, V 'V '- . ' -' -. -- - 1 24 1 ,. ' ' - 'V ' "Jef V ZYYLF ' .f , V '1' V' ,.,f.-.,g,, . " , ,,A,, -V .4 '. . , , ' 0 v-1-iF"VlU', A.-,af , M.. ' , ,g 1.w,-fig ' 1. The Sparians show the tough defense they prac- giki' iiced all year. 2. Rob Martin tries to escape a So. Pas. defender. 3. Mark Dix shows frusiraiion at his iniury in the So. Pas. semi final game. 4. Mark Kahn runs down an open field. Aciion 'I B9 , u U I l l I ll l I I I Q L- Capturing first places at the Corona del Mar and Orange County Invitationals, the varsity Cross Country team proceeded to win VPHS's first Cross Country league championship, edging Foothill at league finals. The harriers, fielding its strongest team in VPHS history, were undefeated in league and were led by Captains Tom Westfall and John Greathouse. Top per- formances were turned in by Stan Van Den Berg, Robert Martin, Roger Sorensen, Tim Woodward, Jon Veregge, Robert Mar- tin and Mike Leong. Plagued by injuries and illnesses, No. 1 rank VPHS finished a disappointing sev- enth at CIF prelims. 'ivxiisvs g.:f:-517 E iifiiifi - 7 A A' 5' I , r fb.-Q 1 ' 'P X gf , , i ff ', s 4 v ff ' ' 6 4, AJ. mg, ' . ,yi Y, A: ' if '14 1 .f 5 if .gg , , WJ 1' 5 5 7 l l rl ...l fi 1..- v v, lf' 2 .X V -si i Q, if V' S 3 4 . 4 Ax 1. ft 2 ng V l9O Action :JC . 'IZ , I .,b, uh, .,, .JJ 2 ,win If l , 1 4 lr , 1--all l vi ,fl if gr -V - - -rfr -1 . -Y - W - ,, ,,., , W . l. Varsity Squad: Front row, from left: Tim Wood- ward, John Greothouse, Robert Martin, Mike Leong, 5 F li 'Q 2' Greg Powell, Top row: Tom Westfall, Roger Soren- . 1 vt sen, Stan Von Den Berg, Jon Veregge. l ' f' "-'2"1Q,' 2. With a look ot determination, the Villa Park Cross V' Country team of Tim Woodward, Roger Sorensen, l 5 l John Greathouse, Tom Westfall and Robert Martin, , head for the finish in recent meet. ' 3. Robert Martin runs with intensity during Cross Country race. 4. Mike Leong rambles down hill at Eisenhower Park til to stay ahead of opponents. 5. Cross Country Coach Dave White. 1 6. Roger Sorensen and Stcm Van Den Berg pick up -'-Q, the pace in Oronge Estancia tri-meet. l 471321. 2 I 5 ' .M M V' 'J 5 H .- - ,NIU Y-7 i 159 vV!"T"'5 f .V e ,,..,'. 7. ' M , 1 ,. 1 . d 4. .1 ' ' y V 'I ' , . d ' .' -1 Yi-X l Ear ' . - 1 l 44' I ' ' - " 7 l ' ' - , ' 'W , , " ' U .5 . ,Af JW, if? n . . V ,I ' "ff1,.,.U J . f ' V 'AQ W ' ' 2159 .., . 1 .-if fs me - " ,1 I t V I f- l Q52 I ?' ff - 'J , ., ' if 'X ' "" fa, 242313 i 1 ,H -' fi. , M R TY CROSS COUNTRY . ' x ls I: 'Ml V, l A ss? X Tl V H at . f 5 , , . , , OPPONENT . -.-3-fl" R S W5 48 3422: f J' S 1 5 " ff 50 FAI' . ' W 16 44 , 'I 1 M Q It 25 44 f l 49 ' ri Q . A 'gf' " ' 1' , . Q , F iw. ": l 'ffl' 6 , Action l 91 'W,z.W.:-.llf g 'lillil lilil 'f 'l"T '- W.,.+1 4.1 ...:f.. ...A ...sa M. me mm. The JV team took first at league finals and denied Foothill of a league champion- ship. League champion Mike Leong led the Spartan depth of strong runners as Tom Doering, Greg Lovell and Howard Gomez placed in the top ten at league finals. The only loss of the season was to Foothill 27- 29. Filling in the depth were Pete Orelup, Rob Erich and Mike Brost. The Sophomore team led by Bill Lepore, Eric Fredenreich, Mark Farris and John Yasuda captured third in league. Sopho- more standout Dave Congelosi moved at the middle of the season, hurting the team's chance of a league crown. Other outstanding runners were Darren Thomp- son, Mike Scotti, Mark Williams, Steve Leong and Richie Garrett. QV 1 l 92 Action l9?9l'lU7l u a as-11 Us E L A ' l. Mike Brost gets ahead of the pack at Eisenhower meet. 2. Stan Van Den Berg and Robert Martin get started in Varsity ClF meet. 3. Villa Park JV team gets off to a good start at Eisen- hower Park. 4. JV Squad: Front row, from left M. Brost, D. Sam- svick, H. Gomez, T. Rutherford, Second row. M. Zent- era, S. Melander, G. Lovell, L. Bissell, Third row: T. Doering, C. Daniels, J. Bova, V. Gadbois, Top row: R. Millwee, R. Erlick, M. Brunk. 5. Soph. Team: Front row: S. Leong, D. Thompson, R. Garrett, J. De Lamare, Second row: M. Farris, M. Scotti, F. Dominguez, P. Grannetakis, Third row: C. Smith, J, Nowicki, E. Freidenreich, G. Green, Top row: T. Reilly, J. Yasuda, L, Sokoloff, M. Williams. 6. Mike Zentera and John Scotti are running hard at an Eisenhower Meet. Action 'l 93 - l illllllllll-4 plll, T e. Q lin.: 1 A i in 1. lla-. 1 1 3- li iv li at Lili nl 1-f iptil ' at fiJl.5I3l.i3 I3 CU ' Q I u u u u I .... I IJ I I f . A p ,, f , - 'x J' esQ .Am 4 l E i 1: l Villa Park opened the first league game of the season against Orange. With leading scorer Dave Robbins, VPHS was able to pull X out a 58-57 victory. Next the cagers played Santa Ana, Dave Robbins had 21 points and Dave Leeper l6. Still with their efforts the Spartans fell short, being defeated 78-72. Through the next four games, VPHS could not pull out a victory as they were defeated ? by Tustin, S.A. Valley, ElMo, and Estancia. 2 f ., The following two games turned thin s , -, ' i around for the Spartans as they defeatgd ' '- Foothill and Orange. But things went downhill 5' A- after this as the Cagers finished their remain- ing six games with defeats, giving them a final standing of 3-ll in league play, and 6- l7 overall. ' Despite a disappointing season, Coach 1 ,U ' Q Lindsay .said "Prospects for next year are ii' ,PA R r , l good with seven returners and a fine J.V. ' team." , l Q' i ' - ' A at . Q3 .gi-1144, siwfb '3W"" ginrq, 3 4 3 I Qt-lldhi 2 sz. f i ' ' 2 ' " y- , .. M 3 V W 1 . X , ' , M' .1 A.. -- "' 'M' "','fi WM? T- "?i"'f"" 1,-'wg'-:fine-Pr Y ,AM '11 'L va.. vga, P '?7'T1"',,,4iiL' ,- l " " P V . H' , -j v' -. 'iq-Q. , i , 4 ...I 1--.. ,N 4 Q. 4. . egg ""'-L za ...uv ' ' A Action I I I I I f 5 JQ..E'Q.lHq,oliQ- '- t '-: 1,4 , UQ Q74 f , f, ,,,-,,,f 1 ' V. "W--. ' Winn " ' ill -, ......,,,,, vu" .' . G- dy-' . E 4, We 1'-nl ,. 1' fd' , , 14545 'f Pf -" 643 a,,,,., 4 . -I -9341 'TTS5 A KH, , , 6 '5"'vf Zflyfl-aff , -Q ' , ,v H 'V Lf i,. 5 6 8 1 -"J, 19 if nv, Dave Robbins fakes a Tustin player out of position before going up for an easy two. Coach Ron Lindsay gives the team a pep talk. Getting ready to shoot, Dave Leeper takes aim. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: lleft to rightl Dave Summers, Jeff Goodfriend, Mike Turner, Jack Carroll, Scott Shattuck, Dave Robbins, Jeff Noble, Mark Garvin, Joe Figard, Rick Wearda, Dave Leeper, Russ Mobley. Guarded by an Estancia player, Jeff Goodfriend comes to an abrupt halt. Rick Wearda waits for team to set up before pass- ing ball to teammate. Dave Leeper looks for an open pass. Scott Shattuck prepares to shoot from free throw line. Action 195 1 l "5 l . 'Q ' " 7 5 , . fx ' r v- -4 4 C '2 V t . 1 , , l , ,. f. ffikikif - ' i MW if , magma I ,Kyra 5 T1 uw ,, H-'11 1. Rick Wearda positions himself before shooting. 2. Dave Robbins shows intense concentration on defense. 3. While Scott Shattuck looks on, Dave Robbins goes up for the boil. 4. Jeff Goodfriend drives downcourt for an easy Spartan score. ' i"'?'ff-.17-,1f"V7 , , w,d,c , . ,', ' zrgf , , .1511 5.26, , .if 1, 5 if 'l-I'l fl V- I' 2. l U , A , . A.,.yyp4.w4:wwv+ucawf.+ ' 'mfwwffnf 4' zu, I 'v .L Wg vw E 5 A zf. . A -Si' 19 ,fi , W. ,,,, 1 96 Action VK I x 75-1'-. 'exwqfffff-4-viz?" 1 ' ' ff- Mf - 9 I .1 ,if ,if in .,pIv"'!,unu-'-'q,pn- f . ffifi.. 4iQ5r-atb- . QM-14 , if 1+ YT.- 2-19 .7 i'7',. if 4' 214 142. I C Q 0 U U U U U C C f".1 now OID DAVE Do lT ? I. Dave Robbins iumps high for a scoop shot. i v 2. Jeff Goodfriend dribbles toward the basket against a tough Tustin defense. 3. Robbins makes o quick fake, before shooting. MA.. 1 B ifiil. W., .Q 77 4. Leaping high in the air, Robbins goes for a rebound. 9-ff --if , ,,-.154 if -. ,Aw ff. 11 yy.. L f"'fl -0 41 72' 241 ' ."Z- 4 -www-.w.....w,f 5 Action I 97 C A , 12 4: RI55 I I I I I I I I I I I ,I ,IH I 1' I' V A M i A! i -, V rf f-uf, -Jezv-f. ,- . y' wr'--1,fv:.,-. I 142' ,- 5 , fi "ffa.5,,Pq,-:'1fZ'?' 4 5 1'f " ' ' f ' """'-'1 ml, 32-, kb? gi! " P W ? f f ' 1 " ' ' ' ' V ' I V ,-my 1. ,uv "4 v 6, ' to-af1"fQ:'f -'-:.-ax.. -, - ' ' I 15531 g-lzxgg'-:?.,gQ,.1: 1. ,55 A M - ' 'A . ,- . I 15515, 4. 1, 11- B n .Q 2 ,.' Ir D fa- 75 U . --.. ' , f , 1 n. I V - , . '- ,, 1 X""'o 1? yi . 451. ' -912. -f" EJ , ' ' ' -QA ' ' - , N ,., - nfl' . , , Q,- . . . A Q 0 , dx 4 r 4 x x . 3 ff' 5 ff J-wi '- f f '3 , ax . n h i I ld Cp, 1 in ' wr g' .9 F' fix ' i 1 is ' bg' Q V D E 4 .J 5 .Adv 4961157 .I ..,A2f-1- is ! I 211' ,fir I ,gi Q W f z f f W if 52 , f ,. 4 311 uf . if 4 1 1.444 . ,, Sf! 'A ' c , 4 331 ig, x ""' 'l' ,, , 5 E i I 1 r L1 ' X' "' ,Q - ,. 1' Z S K 4 198 Action ,N., 53 -p.Q.-nl 1--iv' 1, I gi I H, r off' If f , if I! E N - gf QQ- 1 2151, 1 QW' iz I 1 jx i :WU M . I "'1INl. Qjf I if :lf :Fl E EE xv! wi Ni id A dl 'MWA Katy ,la UI6' I I I I eff " ll r b rr W 1 SPARTAVS f., L 4.-vw" K. ff' f J i S-.nr , , lt' I I I I I I I i ' ' - ' ' .14 y 1 I , .N" J' ,ll , , ,. .. ,- Scott Shattuck hustles down court. After being fouled, Jack Carroll shoots a free throw, Mike Turner strains to grab a rebound. Both teams wait in expectation as Mark Garvin shoots his free throw, After finding an open shot, Jeff Goodfriend lets the ball fly. During o time out, Coach Lindsay plans the teams next move. Dave Leeper lumps out of reach ofthe opposing player as he moves toward the basket for 2 points. Jack Carroll waits for action to resume when the ball is tossed in. During pre-game practice, Joe Figard makes a lay-up. Rick Wearda draws an offensive foul. 4 4k nannies unix' -,anim-. ...f..-hu-. ...H-n.... ......-nn. ....-n -..- -e- V1 E, - - -4 .. A Q i' 9 C ,'. gl dj' 2 , .W , , if . . , t . ,A f Q , 1 1 . f x ff r t Q f Z nl ! 1 J fl W. fr ' 3. A il 1 up vif All ' I . F xl I T, ' 'W ' f, A1 y X. , f f . , , y , y I , ' 'Wife . .iq A gl X , l l W l itll.. t V ' 4 I ..,.A.- I. 1 If f ' ',i' 32.1 ieff f I x .1 I If I 'A I If W ' M is W! ,wil i f 1 K Q 1 The Villa Park J.V. Basketball Team had an exciting season. They started with winning both the Kennedy Tournament and the Villa Park J.V. Classic. The leading scorer was Max Alarid. He was chosen as the most valuable player in both of the tournaments. The J.V.'s ended the season at l7-7. This winning record was achieved by having a well bal- anced team. Each member contributed spe- cial talents in a team effort. l. J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM: lfront rowl Stacy Hudson, Matt Kahn, .lohn Olsen, Chris Jacobs, Steve Tracy, lback rowl Coach Tim Owens, Max Alarid, .leff Addington, Keith Kemper, Mike Cardinel, Bruce Free- man, Mike Adray lmanagerl. 2. Coach Tim Owens watches the game closely, while in deep concentration. 3. Concentrating on his layup Max Alarid ignores the two Estancia players on both sides of him. 200 Action L- mi. 'tl 6:2 l ,. .l R. I. ll lllfl PHL' JV BASKETBALL- 1977 Pre-Season V P H S OPPONEN Westminister Tustin Kennedy Bolsa Grande Gahr Marina El Dorado Magnolia Costa Mesa Edison League Orange Santa Ana Tustin Valley El Modena Estancia Foothill Grange Santa Ana Tustin Valley El Modena Estancia Foothill d l g up for the tip again t F l P Y 2 B F p actices his shooting p g Il P kJV bench "kicks back" ft th p d t th g against Valley. The p h ts a tree throw, while th pl t p t th b nd. 5 Ch J b t y on his toes while g d g ,W . 5 145 W ' " nv ,. .- 41-.4 ga, I if ' I V . :gh 'll A i ',..,, .f - 1 fm I .. I . ,. f. :",. , y 5,711 W 'gh'-L ' ' mg ,, af' ojfffp , ,yu 'ff . f,AlI.,f ,q '..:Yi1'Z 44.4. , '4A,6.f2Wi xx ws' J at 0 I I' '. . ff .1 ,., f.,, f'y,w.f1 , 6 W! 21291 IM i l -I I I I lllllyl l I Ii 4 W f X ,jf f ' 14' f ff W 'Y 1 W ff In I 7 "" A '-v' ,'vQlLf,il, if f in , . . V, f,,,,.f 4, ' 77, V' '4 4-is if fr --'- -19 f, f ' f , ' X X4 ' f f f if 'W W I ! Em U I I I -fs , . ,, If ts P 3 AH '1 laifwW"'W " TheiSophomore Varsity Basketball Team this year performed a rather disap- pointing season, with a 4-TO record. Despite their record, coach Steve Tara- bilda feels they have improved TOOOXQ since the start of the season. The Soph. JV's put together a 5-9 league record under the direction of Coach Rob Robinson. Prospects from this year's team look very good and should bring some very good action forthe next 2 years. l. Top: Arnold Thomas, Rob Hunter, Brad Patrick, Mike Kilroy, Debbie York - Stats., Bottom: Jim Graf, Dave Marr, Von Starky. 2. While in a 3 on l situation, Brad Patrick avoids an Estancia player. 3. ln between quarters, Coach Steve Tarabilda coun- cils the Soph. Varsity Team, 4. With 3 players crawling on him, Arnold Thomas pulls a quick iurnp shot. V T I : w' -- -V 4 t fill. 4-,fki-451' t . I 'miuwifmfnqax .i. . 202 if -firms. " , 77' , .. i"" I 1 .. .3 f lllll ,, , ,YI .Y - W , fp, V ,, T ,.., Top: Bill Grider, Paul Hamilton, Mark Raya, Chris Brothers, Tom Moore, Ron Stewart, Coach Rob Robinson, Bottom: Jorge Caucas, Gregg Zeutzius, Jeff Frank. Ron Stewart lumps over the opposing player to shoot for 2 points. With his team out on the court, Coach Rob Robin- son sits watching and planning the moves. Bill Grider takes to the air as an El Modena player tries to block the shot. On a fast break, Mark Raya lays one up for 2 points. VN. Action 203 - 9 4014 ,,m,2,-,"",1" lv, 114 M ,... 11:1-I I A t' . 5.4 6. . l I l 1 ,iff fir -',ffff, 1 , U i!gl,:t'2'!','f'Qn2'l. ffsjz.. 4' M 1 'P' 'li O ' L u we insists - f - - The wrestling team was in the process of building for the future. The Varsity was made up of 7 sophomores, 3 iuniors, and 3 seniors. Dave Granito, senior team cap- tain, was the only wrestler with a lot of experience. He was undefeated in League competition, and is expected to do well in CIF competition. The team as a whole showed much improvement over the last year's varsity and promises to surprise many teams next year and in years to come. 5. ff' ..- N. 204 Action . fi WM' Nfl' Iumm X 'NX-. ll u , I I I I I I I I I ' I U, .Y fy 'a 1 ' fit: 1, ' 1 . I ll A7' f"17'f' if' 'rs' ff '4' K7 4 ff .' ,f' y"t!'Z f'127Z 1 l 1 I , . go I g I I I If , I ' f I I liwuvm time l :ffmafl wand ri Amo Q 4,4 1-nur in bf Ai-...S-n' ,W5,fA,:,.. A ' H., .4 W'2v4A.2'f!:1Q-"' 1 f f. ""':'- 9 1, 'J04 1 "' lf' I f. f 'yu ymfo-fffyf 'iff ' .fm gm' Z ' 'zzw "".f',Zfffaf-fa? if -' ,411 A vf:f5.',-1' I ',,f'f.'w4 hwy .A f. ,g . V f , f,.,fff,-.. 10.14. ., 1.5 75.34 fini.. .K .,3,.,wZ I, 7. if. f, V. 'rf 372 . '77 . ' W 5 . ., Z l. Santa Ana opponent tries to pin Brian Casachia with o nelson. 2. VARSITY SQUAD: lfrontl G. Briggeman, B. Casace chia, B. Gross, P. Ahlm, F. Sylvia, B. Johnson, R. Knutson, R. Lack, lbackl Coach Bailey, S. Stanley, P. Buffington, M. Dix, D. Granito, T. Walworth, Coach White. 3. With 50 sec. left in the first period of the match, Spartan wrestler manages a near pin. 4. Brad Gross attempts to pin opponent. 5. Referee calls illegal hold against Villa Park. 6. Coach Bailey, H. Sant, G. Driggers, K. Balthrop, K. Barnes, and JV Coach White. Action 205 INTEIDMISSIUN ,- Q.-- ., if ,I I Intermission 207 I. VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM: lfirst row, I to rl Don Weber, Kevin Mortensen, Bob Balok, Mark Beebe, Craig Hellman, lsecond rowl Matt Smith, Jeff Genoway, Rick Longyear, Mark Johnson, lthird rowl Brian Mason, Doug Kimbell, Kieth Brandon, Dave Fryman, Dennis Mohle. 2. Matt Smith shows good form in his butterfly stroke. 3. Brian Mason strives for that extra second. The swim team this year had its best start ever as they went on to win their first ten swim meets on all three levels. With the excellent swimming of Dennis Mohle and Greg Holland, V.P. pulled out victory after victory, until they met defeat for the first and last time against Foothill. "The Aquatics program is enioying a very successful year, and l'm very pleased with the dedication and hard work of all involved," was Coach Jeff Ehrlich's com- ment about the team. 208 ,Agfaon LAP ,V 'aye L ' Zi?-f., ' 2 ,Wt E- I X s -- .Q-1, fi.-Y - 3 ' " I .fix . A . nf-A ti . . I ,N .,, .Xb it rl f' ' A .ft My ,A R I f s I v 'Il lllllllllllfg .1 -un gi: www ...- uw.:- J-iibr ' v ,pw-.-sv, 4. ,W . Af.. un. 4+ ad ,Cz I. SOPHOMORE SWIMMING TEAM: Ifirst row, I to ri Jim Balok, Mark Horwitz, Dan Trollinger, Steve J' Abdalla, Isecond rowi Dave Radar, Kurt Blythe, .R - , N ,916-, Chris Brothers. 'J' I yi" A i 2. Mark Horwitz gets that extra bit of strength for a ' ' I 4 s I strong finish. ' ' ' ' QSVI ij f ' 11:1 . ff 'I ' f 1 f - 3. Larry Harmier sprints towards the wall. N ' f C X , - I I .. "hi ' an My Lf 5251. ,V I k - X- 1 Wm f I I s I ' 'Q lf- 3 f"i I I With the excellent Sophomore and Jun- ior Varsity teams, the Spartans promise to have future success in swimming. 210 Action 1 I J" V 9 .I K mas-J'-W ,I K I3 If I yy, I I I I ,ovflo M-J 'Wil ,,,. A 4 'TY -v-'11 K 995' 'MW' I , , ' x l .,u'5.,,y1 , v ' H Ln Q in 1 we f 1 I 4' l I , I E! , lf, , G- Y? 1' Y gs., ' QS, Z I - . I Q SAA PM .I 1 T QNX-I P10 ig an pl ,xyykl P16 QQ-A H We we -fn .ses mf' an .jgf Cl Wumi- lm ,Q IRTIS 'f JIT! 'Wales ufvrvrkf' f 'T' ww I 7 ff 1 ' x 'V , ,,,. IAM 'Wmf' 'Wulf A IK , I -'amp 3 'TW ' I , ' , f f .Q lllf 1' i I L , ,171-,L v -Y , ,Q .. I. GIRLS SWIMMING TEAM: lfirsl row, I To rl Lori Brown, lsecond rowl Robin Carter, Michelle Both, Lindi Walker, Darlene Haynie, Cheryl Allen, Terri Bis- sel, Mariie Dolson, Liz Selby, lthird rowl Vicky Kuc- 0 era, Jodi Mullen, Dee Dee Conkey, Carolyn Sirong, Dorri Komcrek, Liz Leeson, Ginia Guerra, Karen French, Dee Dee LuPayne, Noel Fields, Toni Nissen, lfourlh rowl Lisa Helme, Debbie Cool, Judi Boren, Kris McKinnon, Michelle November, Tamara Wiesler. Michelle Bclh shows good form, as she dives from lhe blocks. lvl Acliori 2151 I a a l I l I A-It Q l l I , I . . .V "Q, an is Y l Y .1 crm, 1,1 Y,' "lg 'L f- fi. --A4 -T - ii- IEEJ ID IL l. Skimming the bar Larry Harman barely misses at 6'l M. l 2. Tim Ray takes an early lead in the low hurdles. i 3. Row T: John Greathouse, Tim Ray, Jim Sidler, Dean Samsvick, Mitch Lucero, Dave Hauber, Kelle Baitx, Pete Orelup, Mike Leong, Robert Martin, Jon Veregge, Row 21 Greg Powell, Eric Freidenr- eich, Torn Doering, Rob Martin, Larry Harman, Jeff Bieller, Roger Sorensen, Glen Allton, Tom Westfall, Row 3: Roy Hedlund, Lance Bissell, Eric Nielsen, Stan VanDenBerg, Howard Gomez, Art Reisman, John Scotti, Scott Holt, Row 4: Matt Brunk, Ted Rutherford, Steve Melander, John Kent, Dan Lofous, Greg Holleran, John Leichttuss, Tony Holdridge, Rob Erlich, Jeff Sokoloff, Row 5: Mike Brost, Kerney Tindle, Ken Magargee, Dave Petty, Pat Michael, Phil Waldstreicher, Scott Fred- erickson, Jack DeRosas, Row 6: Mike Zentera, Mike Deluca, Lee lacopetti, Willie Williams, Mark Kahn, Mike Delamare, Randy Schalk. 4. Coach McKie rushes off to congratulate a winner as VPHS trainer Dom Corradino follows close behind. 5. Suspended in mid-air, Kelly Baitx reaches for good placement. Predicted to win the league champion- ships the Varsity track team got a running start, defeating Edison 98-37 in their first meet. "This team has a potential to be the best team ever," stated coach McKie. The team is solid in most events having any- where from l-5 strong competitors in each event. Although they had strong competitors, Santa Ana Valley and El Modena, the team scored decisive victories in most meets. 212 Action QL i l'-'c 14 4 .. ,, . V c' v, . ' Y s ff-. .". "1Vvf,:jY , "" "A 9' H' 1 i i 673 W , f I I ' : ' - , . ,mi A ,hy t 1, 12 '. A,g.. i gp gg .Lil It i I 4 ' A L an--3":1v'tT?'Igi,uav-h---1 -f""' ,f- Al l l l EE l 'i :YN .3 - N. 84-' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I , f . ,'P V if af 4' 4' 1- Pf P ' 1 f in ml zu xhz xh4I 4. 4. Ixf, 45 an 4, 4, l:Ej' A Af. Lg.8f?.,!1,, Ki,?46Q? iff, in 1 Q J H UIQ l I I' TRACK 1977 .,, 5 mL4h+,, 3 v P H s OPPONENT H fd-WP' il Orange Santa Ana P T h 3228338 us n Vuliey E1 Modena 4. W Estancia i . , f H ' P Foothill P5 , 4 P E I i U 5 3 gi l Af 213 +i -' ,f.1 M , I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 6 ,,.A ' ' - 4 V., 4' F V . IIII 'xt -T , 4 1, w 7, . X Xi" 4' A A '-4-. - . l I l llolrmlllllil H ......v:...-mv r 0 0 0 0 ,r '5""" 'fit' K-0' 's1-""."1- YJMOAQQ ' VAL - -g,4si.-w - g-,self 5 q,.... - L wg,-vm' 1 l can , . John Greathouse leads the field in the distance run. Roy Hedlund and Dave Hauber hurdle simulta- neously, widening the lead on their opponent. Jeff Bieller prepares to put the shot. John Leichtfuss edges perilously over the bar. Lee lacopetti prepares to pass the baton to Rob Martin in the relay. Howard Gomez takes the lead on the turn. John Scotti stretches for extra distance. PP 'T' Fifi-' E Action 215 l ef ilmlfrllllllllllllll Competing against other teams com- posed of freshmen and sophomores our sophomore team overcame this one year handicap and did well in competition. Their strong areas were the sprints and iumps. The team was led by Greg Hall, Tim Birkman, Mike Kolroy, Eric Freidenreich, Billy Lepore, Larry Anderson and Jim Gorgo. Coach McKie expects a number to return and compete for the varsity and J.V. next year. l. Villa Park gets off to a good start in the lOO-yard dash. 2. Larry Anderson spins after throwing the discus. 3. Greg Yamada stretches out for on extra few inches in the lang lump. 4. Running with the baton, Greg Yamada sprints for an extra lead. 5. John Yasuda runs easily along trailing the pack. 6. Row l: Steve Leong, Paul Strupp, Greg Hall, Mark Farris, Jim Doering, Larry Musson, Jim Gorzo, Row 2: Mike Wladow, Greg Yamada, Brad Fisher, Bill Lepore, Kevin Owens, Scott Owens, Rick Owens, Row 3: Tim Birkmann, Mark Raya, Tim Reilly, Mike Scotti, Larry Anderson, Mark Williams, John Yasuda, Row 4: Mark McCracken, Robert Hempling, Steve Catlow, Geoff Greene, Jeff Delomare, Paul Giannetakas, Larry Sokoloff. 2l6 Action . 'Q' J, ,497 W7 ' Wy' ' E 'V "ff: ,355 'fan-Y 'iam 'Z-,ai "lin ' e ' ' -A "fl , 4- 2 , 4 A ,,., , .... 352.-' za t JM. , !i q ..,-4- ,,,,. -u ..d""f -w-,,-,,,..---- sa? , ,,,s....-1. .-,Ng 4,..... a 1 YN ,..--,,-n9- ' 1 - ---......., ,,,Y,, Mnhbgr Vuw4,,,...-f- 4 i A l azwgiwa l I I I 1 N 1 r I r .AJ v .," ' 1-.' ii X .2 ' . H "2 rl A5 4 4 f-.. ,L 1. F iq Q 2 1 5 l K a I f -,t? - .mnnmuuui lglillllllllg 9 IIUIIEQ Ulfllf The Tennis Team this year looked good. "Good depth is our main strength this year," was Coach Ron Metcalf's feelings toward the team. With players Phil Abdalla and Dave Cangelosi, the varsity tennis squad promises good outlooks. The J.V. and Sophomore teams also promise a fine performance. l. VARSITY TENNIS TEAM: lfront, lfrl Glenn Kevin Jones, Don Antram, lbackl Phil Abdalla, Dave Cangelosi, Dave Brunell, Skip Oades, Mike Grant. 2. Phil Abdalla shows good form with his backhand return. 3. Dave Cangelosi leaps high in the air for a quick l'efUl'D. 4. J.V. TENNIS TEAM: lfirst row, I to rl Chris Cleve- land, Craig Nagao, Jeff Joy, Craig Scott, lsecond f0Wl Roy Araki, Steve Hoskins, Roy Ida, Eric Wal- ton. 2l8 Action H 'vm- :ill-40.46 -'21 L 3, ' ff' 7 IZ 3 www 1. SOPHOMORE TENNIS TEAM: ll to fy Paul Kelly, John Abouchar, Mike Fris, Daren Joy, Norman Torres, Bendan Timpane, Neal Wells. 2. As Coach Ron Metcalf looks on, Kevin Jones delivers a good backhand return. 3. Coach Metcalf demonstrates on how to return a SEFVE. Action 2l9 I I I I I 'U ' ' uh ul ul? uh um ' we vm I3 I3 IFIEJILILIE l. DOUBLES: lfront rowl Erin Gorsuch, Marie Briggeman, 12nd rowl Elaine Carroll, Dawn Vaugh, Julie Matsui, Carol Anderson, Annette Miale, Paige Carter, 13rd rowl Jenny Wong, Terri Bissell, Betsy Miale, Sue Abouchar, Toni Nissen, Debbie Timothy, Linda Sator. 2. Reaching for the bull, Terri Bissel is caught perilously in the air. 3. Marie Briggeman readies as her partner Karen Neelon returns the ball. 4. Tennis coach Sherry Smith instructs a player on proper form. 5. Positioning herself for the ball, Kris McKinnon shows perfect form. 6. SINGLES: ffront rowl DeDe Conkey, Colette Klima, Kris McKinnon, iback rowl Linda Baresel, Chris Brunskill, Karen Neelon, Adele Hashem. 220 Action ., t-it . 4,1 ., gf wt. ww , " 1 I I I I I I-i'i5I470I I I In an nfl ll-IUUJIL' fl 149, ' ' 1 I '-' , 1-,ff if 'f " l 543' ,. ' ,f fir' ' ff! Three seniors, Karen Neelon, Sue Abouc- har and Betsy Miale, led the inexperienced tennis team through a difficult season. Although the girls did not win the champi- onship they did close the season with a var- sity record of 3-4 and a JV record of 4-3. These wins left them 5th and 4th respectively. The girls practiced constantly and worked well as a team. Although over half the team will graduate, twelve girls will return stronger and more experienced than ever. Action 221 T 339941- ' iiimeiue 'elim' mow Shelly Meyer completes a dangerous stunt dur- ing her balance beam routine, Balancing on the top bar, Cindy Goss begins her dismount. Straddling the high bar, Jenny Barnes executes her competition routine. Front: Miss Krissa Baylor. Middle: Terri Albertson, Alison Gugliotta, Janie Pearson, Melissa Baughn, Patty Betts, Andrea Anello, Kym Moran, Jenny Barnes, Debbie Jamieson, Back: Linda Rogers, Sue Ambruso, Shelly Meyer, Jennifer Warren, Cindy Goss. Linda Rogers balances in a straddle front arm sup- port. Jennifer Barnes does the splits onthe beam. Linda Rogers poses in a full extension. Jenny Barnes arches backward reaching for the high bar. Competing in class ll lintermediatel and class III lbeginnerl levels, the I4 member Gymnastics team opened their season with a decisive victory. They faced Canyon and defeated them l lO- l47. The team consisted of all three grades and was equally divided between class ll and class Ill. Leaders of the team are: Shelley Meyer, Cindy Goss, and Jenny Barnes. The girls com- peted in 4 areas, floor, uneven bars, side horse, and balance beam. Although the team was somewhat inexperienced, Coach Krissa Baylor feels she had an excellent team. "Per- sonally l couldn't ask for a better group of girls to coach . . . they were hard working, self-disciplined and concerned about the unit as a whole . . . we've got a great close knit team!" 222 Action - E I I l53q9l B13 7 W . "iw: ' Li 4 ,gf 1 Action 223 , , ,, fs. l I I ISH'I"iI I I I I I I I ,l, W In .ye . .... -f,. .f "" - N" I I I ...Ht 61,3 1. VP BASEBALL TEAM: lleft to right, K. Klein, B. Gcrlordo, P. Rogers, K. Browne, S. McFarland, D. Hohn, J. Driggers, T. Litmon, G. Staob, R. Gillon, N. Anosis, D. Charles, M. Alurid, D. Leeper, B. Rose, J. Beckman, J. Lindquist, M. Vrban, Coach Dave Ochoa. 2. Phil Rogers holds the runner off third. 3. Dave Leeper makes good contact with the ball. 4. While holding the runner of'f first base, Rob Gillon deliv- ers the pitch. 224 Action vi -I 1 , 4 x ll .,,. 1 .0 :.,f . Ir I ,ypfv--rg vs r uf. fbi X-4. , y A Yahnnwfkgi. ," -4 I 319911- With persistence and dedication, varsity baseball this year provided a strong win- ning team, which led them to the CIF play- offs. With players like Dave Leeper and Rob Gillon, the team shows no reason why they couldn't go all the way. Under the leadership of Coach Dave Ochoa, the team really showed their play- ing potential. One of the highlights of the season was when Dove Leeper pitched a no-hitter against Garden Grove. Leeper, only a iunior, promises to be a great asset on the team in the coming year. With the team's constant practice ond dedication, they should prove to be con- tenders in the years to come. l. Rob Gillon heads toward first bose after a foul tip. 2. With the catcher holding up the throw, Rob Gillon scores an easy run. 3. Coach Dave Ochoa reacts to a bad call. 4. Rob Gillon fires a fast ball to the plate. 1 , N' i il A f . 7f.'zfzf:.:r " ,, '. Wg ,, . , illqutu V Aifffflw' 3:53.-,:, f 1? we nv' 4 A V, fi ,gr rl V , Q- M 71,32 ,ggi-lf4f,.,. . , by , V - . ,ef , . as 'A 4 , r y W. , if I, .',. , , . , , ff' ,-W1 Aff , , W M4545 ,A A, 0 A ., 'M' . " 1.5-Lp,.''..g,,,,1.:-aff...,.,,, , . "'-' '13 ', .ff Alf ff ', .L '-ff' , '. , ami 2 3 225 1 l '. 'T'r11'r'i1ffU 7 E36i3iJ'LJ"' 'EQE f Jeff Beckman keeps a steady eye on the ball before swinging. Max Alorid shows his good followthrough after a pitch. Just beating the runner, Todd Litman makes an out. Against San Bernadino, Max Alarid fires a pitch to his opponent. Dave Leeper attempts c bunt. Ron Kommer crosses home plate against Garden Grove. Leeper gets into defensive position after delivering a pitch. Jim Haun prepares to tag out the base run- ner in a game against San Bernadino. Dave Leeper successfully attempts a steal. Making good contact with the ball, Dave Leeper follows through on his swing. 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VP player attempts a steal to second. 2. lbottomj John Tarbutton, Kirk Schrader, Greg Lovell, Drew Cohen, Kent Pomeroy, Kelly Ste- phen, Jerry Munoz, ftopl Gary Tye, Gary Hol- land, Ronald Kammer, Darren Kelchner, Mark Cornett, Mike Timken, John Howard, Darryl Kush- ner, Dan Cool. 3. Santa Ana player gets caught in a pickle by five VP players. 4. Darren Kelchner lets the ball go. 5. Mike Timken awaits throw to first for easy put out. l 228 Action .f , .,.f. , ,. 1 --.-we . ,Ag f,1?',.p'g3!'J:-47' 1 , , '-7 . ll r 1: K . 'J l,-4 Z HWWV' F1 ' 3-"'-.-nt' .1 'u-v..ps4,,- - . 4 xx. ,. . .v.--. wg- . F. - , W, A -- . . ,yd . '+I ' "J -'..3fMQ:iB-' 4' 4 4 4 I f .. , , l I' 1' 1- in--ki IA 'T . . A'-, -1, 1- , u- .ont as . . , ' 11' r ...J -be W' . H'M..4wre.fff'-fQ,', ' J 2 .. . eff" 'l' , 1, ,. J - 'L.., L A ,V 4,1 'fum' Am. This year's Sophomore and JV's have done very well. The JV's, led by Coach Steve Tarabilda and the fine pitching of Darren Kelchner, have rolled up impres- sive performances. The Sophomores, led by Student Coach Bill Mullen, have started this season slowly with some disappointing losses. This is due to the fact that some of this year's Sopho- more talent is on the JV and Varsity Teams. The JV record so far is 3-2-2, but the team is hoping to finish with a lO-2-2 record. 1. Mike Argo at bat against El Modena. 2. John Waddle winds up for a pitch. 3. ltop, I-rl Coach Bill Mullen, Paul Hamilton, Bill Hill, Chris Smith, Tom Moore, Dave Quintana, Harvey Waters, Sam Maida, Coach Powell, Coach Porter, lmiddlel Mike Argo, John Waddle, Joel Van Boom, Jeff Dooley, Mike Shopshire, Steve Cook, Rich Garrett, Chris Jackson, Randy Fontana, lfrontl Gary Rumbaugh. 4. Mike Shopshire follows through after making a nice hit. 5. John Waddle lets the ball fly to the plate for another easy strike out. Action 229 fr' 1 of t Q , , th.. q I 'li J' l l I I I Coached by Steve Wilson, Tim Owens, Russ Murphy, and Ted Mullen, the golf team opened their season with a twelve game winning streak. Scoring decisive victories over Canyon, Valen- cia, Katella, Orange, Santa Ana, Santa Ana Valley, and Tustin. l The team played courses all over the county but practiced primarily at Green ' River and was predicted to take an 1 1 V I easy third place in the league. , 'G cf gif T 1 .- 1-ff ' 'luaifipz 4: 1 ,:. . 1 5, if 9, f , 2-1, ... . .P ' I i"i' " fligl -vin, ' M' E I VA,i-' .AM tial- . . L "'4 , , ' N :"'7' " H, T I .I ' y- 1 l j i I l + , 1- fr I 1 l l 230 Action -vo- ...vo V I I if-P-D L. I ,,...f-nv . . w.- l X g', Q a 7 5 1 .. i J 'T ,4.,.. me J 2 f if '15 , ,n5..,,. N. .145 .rm f .J -"-- Y ' Eff' 'TTYQ 'Q . ...wr ,- 2 A 3 - .ws f. X-M , n-, 4-V'-LLL.-. if ,v " .""" .,,.1' I. "" - ' ini -mall ffl f " ,,,,..-N . 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Jett Floyd drives off of 5th tee. Jeff Floyd makes an important putt. At Santa Ana CC. Quinn Collins tees off against Foothill, GOLF TEAM: ifrontl Jeff Floyd, lmiddlel Deon Powelson, Ron Stratford, Mike Martin, Pete Har- mon, Quinn Collins, lbockl Marshall Johnson, Bill Nelson, Martin Brower, Dave Granito. COACHES: Russ Murphy, Steve Wilson, Ted Mul- len. Ron Stratford explodes out of a sand trap. Martin Brower and Dave Granito eye the next shot. Bill Nelson follows through on his swing. Action 231 li U 'L Z 4 'lik fg , ' W 1,413 et ' in . , ,Af""7 .8 ' 1 The girls' volleyball team was o young and inexperienced team, winning only one match, against Santa Ana Valley. The varsity team had a closing record of ll-bl and the JV team K5-3l. Although Var- sity was l-6 most of their matches were tight, stretching into three games. l. Colleen Timpane skies over Canyon defenders in efforts to score points forthe Villa Park JV volleyball team. 2. The Villa Park Varsity Volleyball Team: From left to right, bottom row: Ginia Guerra, Jo Anna Stocker, Robin Carter, Middle row: Lindo Zigich, Lynne McBride, Jodi Mullen, Top row: Coach Marc Heinz- mon, Sandy Willison, Robin Mayer, Lee Ann Hus- band, Sharon Bailey. 3. Lisa Morgosh goes above the net to stuff o Canyon spike. 4. After spiking the ball Lisa Morgosh falls off bal- once. 232 Action a ,,.gf..iQ,.1!,.1 ..i ... ... .FLFLFQ-Q.. - ..aee'Quwu.e Q New g, 3, it l 1 -u: fm 4 xi mi. QQ 4. lnlll FF J, l. f., il 1 . f 13 -,Elf . D ,-0 .1 , . vi l I I , 3 ' ' 1 f- 1 . ,, , 34-s - , saw 1 . r i I Q 'RL -Q .X L' 7 5 3 V, 1 V' Q' :', 4 'Weir -.. Avy ' A C A Q s"'- c'- o""- 1 - Q 1 U' I I 04' 'nf Lls J , 1 pil I t , , ,,,, ,. V M3Z',.,Wg4Qgggf A 4 1,2 1 I 2 l. The Villa Park JV volleyball team consists of: From bottom to top: Coaches Stephanie Papas, Leo Fracale osy, Lori Symons, Colleen Timpane, Lisa Morgosh, Beth Edelbrock, Gwen McMillan, Marie Van Vooren, Sandy Papas, Leslie De Mint, Mimi Alarid, Cheryl Walker, Julie Janke, Lisa Shrader, and Terry Stocker. 2. Villa Pork team members ready forthe ball. 3. Lisa Schrader and Terry Stocker show teamwork in an attempt to keep the ball in play. 4. Marie Van Vooren and Lisa Morgosh talk to each other in pre-game warm-up. Action 233 4' f H' J 111345 LHIEIEULH ' -f'i'LV-l.l 'l f l I 1 .1 9 I ' H 'LQ' lu' lv E21 '55 ' L 1 7 Q S ,f A'- . 21-1 , " A 5,234 . l ., 4244215 if . l., l ,egre g 5, i T J 'gl-B f J A -'fV' 1 f J Guided by Coach Ed Graham, the " girls Basketball team had a successful season with a 4-3 third place in a tough Century League and l l-5 overall. Hav- ing lost two heart-breaking games in overtime, the girls entered the last game of the season against Foothill looking for revenge. With a 43-41 deci- sion the girls defeated the Century League Champs. The short JV squad presented a tough challenge to all opponents and defeated many. Coach Stepanie Papas' hustling midgets came away with a 3-4 league record and fourth place. Q --...M l. GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: ll to rl 1777 Coach Ed Graham, P. Carter, M. Alarid, T. l McCrory, N. Sumerall, L. Symons, S. Abou- l 5 char, S. Bailey, L. McBride, L. Zigich, R. Mayer, Mgrs. T. Stocker, J. Stocker. 2. Paige Carter takes aim before passing the ball 23' pg, to a teammate. 1113 , , ,V ., - E 3. During a time out, the JV team listens to coach :fi ff E Stepanie Papas give instructions. A . . . Coach Graham explains a play to the team H N while JV coach S. Papas listens. If i 5. Linda Zigich and teammate struggle for a - if ' ' rebound. l I :iti- u 4 JV: S vs. W E?-wi x'-7 , lt V LEP 234 Action All A, 3 ' -- 1' ' 1- 'SJ . 1' . M WMS! oh' oh. th. W. V. MH 4 G4 f !'7:2f'3" s Z' L I' ' :ami Lll' .. 3 lr lr'- I 0' .fi ' ,r I - X J r . eu- J :egg SX 'B' S Z' S 4a J ,. , - 'qw ' ,A ,e ,e - -.. 0 5 GIRLS JV BASKETBALL TEAM: ll to rl Coach Stepanie Papas, R. Klatt, L. Schrader, D. Con- key, S. Hayes, B. Waldstreicher, R. Carter, S. Woods, B. Helm, J. Pinch, L. Morgosh. Barb Waldstreicher eyes the basket, hoping to score. Guarded by three opponents, Sue Abouchar releases a soft iump shot. Paige Carter stretches to outreach her oppo- nent for a iump ball. Robin Carter and Barb Waldstreicher dribble down the court as the team sets up. Action 235 .i'.fU.'3l'3'35'3. . QU. .'3.l3QU9f.ie ft 1,4 :..qQ1vs.1 .,, A v -5 'ff 1 4. Q3 'ff' .'wfwrfs'I'Z-f A .,,,.,. ve 4 A 1' -..Li'- I 1-.. J-wr' Vi it -- ,....,,, 1 , . ,. At the end ofa long, successful season, the girls' field hockey team had won most of their games, and looked longingly to next year's season. The season closed with a varsity record of 5-2 and a JV record of 4-l-2 ltiesl. The Var- sity was ranked second and the JV third. The team was well-mixed age-wise, and it is the opinion of all that they worked well and had a fantastic season. l. Two hockey players struggle for the puck as third stands ready. 2. lfirst rowl E. Gorsuch, J. Pearson, lsecond rowl B. Helme, B. Sollenberger, lthird rowl J. Allen, K. Hunter, S. Papas, lfourth rowl J. Stocker, T. Bussell, L. Simmons, T. Nissen, S. Allen, ltop rowl C. Woods, P. Thomas. 3. lfirst rowl R. Carter, R. Mayor, lsecond rowl S. Papas, L. Pemitt, T. Stocher, L. Zigich, lthird rowl L. Morgosh, B. Moro, T. Macori, S. Hayes, L. McBride, ltop rowl C. Timpane. 236 Action - gf,- -v . 2 1 .. L r. 1 L H 1 l 5' ' ' z.,a.ra.fi.r1-fha-ft.f.'..f, -if Q13 ui was if UDQUIEUEIE 1.-0.22, "'.:.es, wma -'i if Under the leadership of Coaches "Mad Dog" Murphy and Nancy Wolfe, the girls track team had a good season. Nicknamed the Masochists ldistance runnerl and the Wolfe Pack lfield events and sprintersl, the team did very well in striving to meet their own goals. With assets Phillis Thomas, Coleen Timpane and Karen Hunter, they created what was called a real track team with all events covered. l. Coach Nancy Wolfe talks with Phillis Thomas and Karen Hunter as they prepare for their races. 2. GIRLS TRACK TEAM: llst rowj Sonia Dakin, Janet Grupe, Jonna Jensen, Sue Cleary, Charlene Daniels, Phillis Thomas, Lana Dalberg, Cathy Robillard, Kathy Ebrite, Beth Sommers, Tammie Robbins, l2nd rowl Michele Keast, Stephanie Diaz, Sue Starke, Karen Hunter, Beth Edelbrock, Colleen Timpane, l3rd rowl Coach Nancy Wolfe, Brandee Sollenberger, Lisa Powelson, Juli Stahler, Ann Costanza, Coach Russ Murphy. 3. Michele Keast hitch kicks her way to a winning long iump. 4. During the 440 relay, Colleen Timpane, Sonya Dakin successfully complete a hand-off. 5. With her best effort, Tammie Robbins throws the dis- cus to win. 23 1 ll A fly I A I I L - - - I '25 - ji -A.: , aff V' . 7 , i 1 C 3 119, ' V 5"""7 11 3 , .1 ' 727 9 ,f 51 5 K 5, a 1 ' fy " 5 2 4 ,vga .,grf',z 1,1 T EQ N-I .1 495- . nz- l 'N' T 'rim ' 1 Girls Badminton opened their season with a pre-season record of l-l , defeating Cypress by a wide margin. Led by Betsy Miale in singles and Penny Spangler and Jan Heide in doubles, the girls volleyed into a very promising season. 1 . After returning a serve, Jenny Wong watches the bird- ies' flight. 2. Betsy Miale returns a Iob against opponent during a match. 3. ln deep concentration, Annette Miale serves the birdie to the opposing player. 4. The number I doubles team, Penny Spangler and Jan Heidi, stand ready to receive the serve. 5. GIRLS BADMINTON TEAM: llst rowj Mrs. Smith, Colette Klima, Jenny Wong, Nancy Zeck, Julie Mat- sui, Wendy Hawkins, Julie Janke, Betsy Miale, Mrs. Gardiner, l2nd rowj Kim Rother, Jane DeFelice, Sheri Thomas, Lisa Gillion, Gwen McMillan, Barb Liebi, Annette Miale, i3rd fowl Marie Briggeman, Erin Gor- such, Grace Smith, Kathy Eckstein, Penny Spangler, Jan Heidi, Merideth Frehner, Cari Bourette, inot pic- turedj Sharon Bailey and Becky Helme. 23B Action ? fi v CU, , WSU- . 1 gi 3 Weil iii ,.,, " 51 r f ' 5113 fjfff l ,g lin? viii ' '91 . . f, 17:1 , 'fi - 1 1 iw - TTT' Mg I 1 if nfl' V .g..-va... J ., -- ff ' tim? F1 Wiviv ' - 1535? ' 2 A P-P' .MQ-. ,Eyr F " , l V . 1 . b ,, ..5f1.T'2a ' f - , M, rim- w J lil - l i-gi. I WH. il , il 1 I J 5. Wil. 'J9' 'J rrp DUUEU I .nl . 1 E DID EEEELU ,,,. A6 57 vu. P- m zAun3nainnn'.nf,iil!?lrw.a.,.,,un Wim 'inder the direction of Coach Ed Graham on Varsity and Leo Fracalosy on JV, the Girls Softball Team showed promise of a bright future. After reaching the third round of CIF last year, the girls worked to achieve the same success this year. l. GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM: list rowl Stephanie Diaz, Barb Waldstreicher, Judy Riley, Shelly Woods, Terry Stocker, Sandy Willison, Paige Carter, Teri McCrory, JoAnna Stocker, l2nd rowl Lori Sator, Lisa Schrader, Lynne McBride, Linda Zigich, Lisa Morgosh, Lori Sym- ons, Leslie DeMint, Mimi Alarid, Allison Hughes, Kati Kahn, Colleen Timpane. 2. Cheryl Walter warms up her throwing arm before a pre-season game, 3. Before the game Sandy Willison practices her pitch- ing. 4. Catcher Barb Waldstreicher receives a perfect pitch during warm-up. 5. Coach Ed Graham gives his team their final instruc' tions before the start of the game. Action 239 1 W B lhelime the ivorllfs Ql?i 2illff2Si l delecti ves figure 0ut whmiunxlit... you could die lamqh ing! UH f' 1, w.a.+ t IW 4 4 ll 'W 2 W w '4 W Ji , 5 , ' -J .,A AA ik . l f fi W? All Nl"Il.'ilYWlN , 39 V - W, ,.: . ' fe 'fi Iv w. ,. , ,M ' U'-1'f:r.4 V. V- if I , , g tv- -'iw M.. .K 14-31, M-775' V ., . - - ., N-, W, . . . . .- V. f- , 'Q " V F' 'ff '- ' ,v --' --s , am' -A 1 .ww ,,A, .,,.W,. aj M I , Q Y . 14,6 -, Hunan: is all...-. X I ndhuniuuxmasa. 1- guy, .a,,,,,,,,, ,Mm ,Pm ,,YA,,, UM, W-an GH 44.4. ...U 2 v --an-Q e.--' 1--M - i any -an tif' 'T' if E , T 2 I M' 1' 1 J' , Y 1 mrfn 7 Y ' ' Eff . , . 1 '4 'lf 1 1 W7 ,W -Q ' 1 1 X 4 4 ' u , ffff K f 1 W R I Wlfwffmwmnm M, f W 3 H ' -f 254 ' 5 'Q .W 1 ,X 4 r" " e, ".v. X. FT "fm, F K 'N tfqf jf, X' in X. x, -,X ...ax Vwt- ' 1 wqlx, f x xy X. . fx xx Q Ai' I --v' w 4? rf QZQN ' ,ff X li Af-du "ia-.171 At the top of the ladder are the exec- utives who make the initial plans for production. This administration controls all of the general activity on the set, selects the directors and handles the budget. Executive administrators, like the superintendents, supervise all the details that go into the making of the picture. 1. Dr. Donald W. lngwerson - District Super- intendent. 2. Lewis Joseph - Area Superintendent 3. Joe Cherry 4. Gilbert Darwin 5. Robert J. Elliott 6. Ruth C. Evans 7. Olden B. Johnson 8. Eleanor Pleines 9. F. Bert Skiles 10. Dr. lngwerson receives an important call from V.P.H.S. 1 1 . Bud Davis - Assistant Principal! Instruction 12. James Dokos - Assistant Principal! Person- nel 13. Patrick Duffy - Dean of Students 14. Richard Jackson - Principal 15. Allan Trefry - Director of Student Activities, Leadership Directors 243 SEGRETA RIES DEIESPATGH WWW? I 'u 5' 'Z ,, ,I I 1 .J ,f ' ' , 2 "-1, I V " ' 4--, 'Q ' I K ybf. , V , 2 " 1 ZW, .. Gall, M 1 2 Q xi M , , I -.1 5 -v. 5 . 2 ,, , ' 12 VV I Av ,. if ' X ' ,zfhsm i., - ,min -. -.,.... ,MT-.- 1 CH ERS 9, , ki I I Q V 49 Hi I r 175' N! ur' 1-NM . l M 4 " Y AW? A Y 4 Y Yfami ' A H LEL SNQAR . ?, ' A 5.1 nv I . 1 l w 1 W f'-'Sf' :x 9 Q 7 '1 Wx ,jg 1 1- 'Q iw A an V ,. 45. 1 l 1 N ' f ff Y 1 mx 'D fv' K 'WA ' - ,L 4. l x4 .41 5 f wwf 1 Q. xx , . J il, 13, X - je -, :Q .- '. t - :Q y , If.'7f317EZ'fffEff'.f:7 ' A ' 4 - , . 4 2222122 V -. . ', 4 -Z 9 'f Yi lf. .-fy! 1 '- UQ," 2, f' , .la - '19 I 9 4' 'uhm' 7' ' ' H ' 4-1 Good actors and actresses obtain background information on time peri- ods and characters they are to portray. Librarians help us locate information, and handle the audiofvisual equip- ment, such as film proiectors and screens, tape recorders and record players. Good health is important - the enioyment of life is not possible without it. Our dedicated nurse and her aides look after our well being and help us maintain our precious health. "To be, or not to be: that is the ques- tion. . ." The counselors offer us much needed advice in times of personal and aca-.. demic crises. They help us with career goals and provide us with college and iob information. 1 . Nancy Crossman - Library Clerk 2. Mrs. Owsley helps a student in a serious situ- ation 3. Nancy Smith - Librarian 4. Terry Vitale - Librarian 5. Dayle Hobbs - Nurse 6. Kathy Scherwerts - Health Office Secretary 7. Bob Edwards - College Counseling Q Al Finlayson - Individual and Group Coun- seling 9. Ed Fratantaro - Work Experience Co-Ordi- nator 10. Karen Holt - Career Exploration Education, Work Experience Co-Ordinator 1 1. Nancy King - Guidance Caunselor Special- ist 12. Mary Ann Owsley - College Counseling, Scholarships and Awards " 13. Frank Fangborn - R.O.P. 14. Keith Reid - Career Counseling 15. Mr. Edwards enioys his visit to Santa Ana College' , Directors 247 h .' I -I 1111, nc' 'U 2 In 4 r 7' left OH 5, R' , -'Aw V, I Q.,-W 'W fl ' 1 ,. ,Z ,L 51 f-373, IZ, .," -3 3.-,. ,WT ' f - gf..-N ip I I I I I U I I l Y ,l I I I I I I I w w 1 w 4 1 ' 4 - 1 + ig 1' YHA'-Ng,mq,5n. ' U 4 ,,.. W. I 'MIP' -- 5f"f,'LI f . ffm nfs .W 'f f, Wm Z t A . j f f 'fill sere fs-fs... -.... 'wi 4 W Students usually view the faculty as being "straight" and unhumorous, but on Halloween land in fact on any ordi- nary dayl, we can find the teachers and I administrators in some unlikely situa- tions. 'l. Gourmet Steve Wilson delivers a lecture on the fine art of donut tasting. 2. "Hello . . . is this the Dracula residence? This is Mr. Jackson speaking. Now, about that son of yours . . ." 3. Vince Murphy displays his tongue for Odyssey photographers. 4. Number 44, Mike Parker, dribbles down the court to make another basket forthe Spartans. 5. Captain Trefry: "Yo ho, mates. Where be the treasure?" 6. Phil Thoner searches for blood donors. 7. Mr. Fridge keeps a watchful eye over the Jour- nalism class. 8. Look out, Minnesota Fatsl Here comes Richard Jacksonl 9. Allan Trefry takes a well-deserved siesta at the end of 0 long day. 10. Tim Owens discusses the importance of relax- ation to good mental health. Directors 25l In I Il I ,,, , If 'ff II I III 1, , H 'JTJUIDER I TIS II 'L J E GFI," S ,J I I 4 .L .J J I I J fl .r fy " 'I I Q ..,,..,., E 'V ,,,,, I Z I H 2 A 4' I 1 I rw ,,g,,5,:.,,' ' 7g ,,...L-ff A ' x7 I Cl 1 IfI 1 I I I 1' f QI, II 'I'I?"f-AY 'QI ' ' 1 ,Af f l V' I 2:,gfI,f Q , f .1147 4, A My ,, , .A . fffk Q ' V , ,, '4 .. I .X II H., l I I I I Eu I I I EDUCATION I I I I svunnn nmvfn 1 0 V! 4.3 Look out for those intrepid instructors in their roaring roadsters! Daily, the patient instructors perform the death defying feat of training inexperienced stuntmen behind the wheel. For movie connoisseurs who enioy a little foreign flair now and then, the For- eign Language department provides Spanish, French, German and Latin, which add a little spice to the menu of any move-goer's diet. With productions by the department chairman, Roberta Jester, the actors and audience are transported to far-off lands beyond our borders. State Requirements and the Driver Training Team 1. Anthony Biagiotti 2. Jack Dennen .3. Al Hackney 4. Ed Janoski 5. Jack Smalley 6. Jim Wood 7. Mr. llennen explains Driver's Ed. procedure to student. 8. Driver's Ed. students learn how to "reverse." Foreign Language 9. Mrs. Dobkins lectures to attentive students. 10. Kay Dobkins - Spanish ll, Ill 1 1. Roberta Jester - French I-Vl . 12. Leanne Page - German I-lll 13. Nancy Wolfe - Spanish l-Vl 14. Pat Barrett - Latin l, ll Y Directors 253 tl Q .9 ,1.A. 1 I j ' 1 1 i Aw, -.- 1 rm 134- "All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrancesg And one man in his time plays many parts." Under the supervision of department chairmen Sue Gutowsky and Dominick Corradino, the Reading and Language Arts departments introduce us to works of past and present literary masters. Through the inspiration of our directors, we are able to develop an appreciation for the beauty of life as expressed in words, and learn howato better express ourselves. I. Sue Gutowsky - Reading Lab, Advanced Reading U 2. Deborah Craib - Reading Labg Advanced K Reading 3. Pat Barrett - Basic Compg Short Story 4. Evelyn Ching - Adv. Comp. l-Ili Fine Arts I-ll 5. Zoe Gibbs - Reading Lab: Adv. Comp. I-Il 6. Gail Hanger - Sophomore Englishp Mass Media 7. Norman Johnson - Journalism I-V5 Annual I-V 8. Joy Iseli - Introduction to Compp American Lit. 9. Dominick Corradino - Career Englishg World Lit. 10. Barbara Morton - Speechg Sophomore English 1 ll. Rob Robinson - Sophomore English, Folk Lit. 12. .lack Rowe - American Lit., Creative Writ- mg 13. Phil Thoner - British Lit.: Novel 14. Steve Wilson - Sophomore English, Adv. Comp. ' 'Q-1 e ' M 6, f f, 1149, W. ,5!,,-U , 1 'Wm L. 1. ' . ,-" .V I f ff . j, I , . V- '1-. -as-1-wa - 'WDW The highlight of the year for the Art Department is the Medallion Show held in early May. Students display their best art proiects for visiting students and parents. The Music Department was repre- sented by top students from Villa Park and El Modena chosen from Jazz choir to participate in the Music Educators Convention held in San Jose. Chamber Singers took part in festivals through- out Southern California and also per- formed with the Pacific Pops Orchestra at Santa Ana College topping off their Christmas season. Seven parades and eight half-time shows kept the year fast-paced for the Villa Park band. The Marchin' Spartans placed in top band reviews spreading the name of Villa Park High School throughout California. l . Ray Schutte gives camera a triumphant grin for no apparent reason. 2. Alberta Schuster - Drama, English. 3. John Meulmester - Art. 4. Sylvia Won and Alberta Schuster discuss daily events over lunch. 5. Jay Oliver - Photography, Crafts, Jewelry. 6. Ray Schutte - Art, Photogra- phy. 7. Sylvia Won - Art, Crafts. B. Ron Browne - Vocal Music. 9. Randall Coleman - Orches- tra. IO. Mike Corrigan - Instrumental Music. l l. Ron Browne demonstrates parts for Choir mem- bers. Y Directors 257 l . l. Bob Haysom - Auto l, ll 2. Dave Lawrence - Blueprint Reading, Drafting I-IV, 3. Jerry Locker - Wood l, ll 4. Ray Schanafelt - Construction Technol- ogy ll, Machine l, ll, Metal 5. Jerry Looker shows interest in planing lumber. 6. Virginia Strain - Cont. Fam. Life, Child Core Aid, lnt. Decorating 7. Luella Syler - Clothing Lab, Creative Needlework, Meals!All Occasions, Beginning Foods!Feeling Fine 8. Larry Sanford - Auto I 9. Luella Syler explains a complicated pro- cedure to interested students. IO. Dave Lawrence admires a future archi- tect's drawing skills. 258 Directors 'L A l l .enum 'fi' 1 ,, l l 1 One of the most important parts of a studio, next to the sound stages, is quite complex. This is wardrobe, food services, the construction crew engi- neers and electricians. Theirs is not an easy lot, designing and creating cos- tumes for an entire cast of a show. Con- structing sets as memorable as those used in the classic motion picture "Gone With The Wind" takes time, patience and talent. Always there when needed takes a lot of work, work that is seldom easy, but they're invaluable and they know it! Directors 259 Dave Bucholz - Health Bob Graupensperger - Biology, Life Science, Health Marilyn Hettick - Physiology, Biology Joe Quartucci helps Lindi Walker as Bac Thi Trinh looks on. Bruce Campbell - Physics, Computer Programming l, ll, Alg. IB Gordon McGowen - Animal Core Joe Quartucci - Chemistry Marilyn Shelley - Biology, Life Science Elbert Smith - Biology, Vocational Chemistry Bob Graupensperger assists Chris Bruns- kill and Doug Cochran with their biology proiects. Krissa Baylor - Biology, Drill Team 260 Directors' f N 6 rf I I l 1 x i K ,F +2 F V w w 1 1 F I N I .nA 1 , 1 I ' ff - Um, "Z7""-Q'.L" H 1 ' .!':f,", ' l'Qf1?fI"f ' 5 , jf4z 4' ' "fu, ' 'C 'UM' ' 'vi ' 1 r -I ve- U I , ' ,f ' 'V 1-f , , V, if , ' ' fy. wzlaqm, V, 1, af '7 f,' , kin' 'V H4-' 5' - 'fi 1 n f ' ,mm Hwk. H we ,Vw vlyffaf f. 5431- ' , , , , fm! X ff 7134" 262 Diredors ,lv- In this part of the studio we usu- ally find cameramen, bookkeepers, stunt coordinators and the like. All here are diligent in their studies cov- ering Geometry through Calculus. Geometry is used in stunt coordina- tion which makes this important for the safety of the crew on camera. Computer programming and busi- ness is also in this department. This keeps directors and producers informed on the budget. Public rela- tions and advertising are also in this area. This part of the studio, how- ever, is as necessary as the rest. I. Brent Bailey - Sr. High Math 2. Rod Williams - proves that "if azb, and b:c, then asc" as a disbelieving student looks on. 3. Bob Cameron - ICM, Alg. II. 4. Chuck Kates - Geometry, Sr. High Math 5. Jean Kawaoka - Alg. I, Alg. IB 6. Tim Stephens - Geometry 7. Don Thompson -- Sr. High Math, St. Req. B. Rod Williams - Geometry 9. Jeff Ehrlich - Alg. IA, Gen. Bus. 10. Leo Fracalosy - Bus. Law, A.D. Typing I I I. Jim Proffitt- Alg. ll, Electronics I, ll 12. Karen Moore - CASH, Typing II-VI, Steno I, II, Off. Occupations I 3. Alex Masucci - HOH I4. Bob Sakaue - Econ., Bookkeeping I, II, Typing I-VI Directors 263 1 1 . Greg Benoit- W. History 2. Virginia Brady - Soc. Psych., U.S. His- tory 3. Dick Brunt - U.S. History 4. Vince DeFalco - A.D., C.P.S. 5. Steve Garrahy - W. History, Soc. Psych. 6. Tom Hart-U.S. History 7. Barbara Kurek - W. History, Pep Squad 8. Ron Lindsay - U.S. History 9. Russ Murphy - Social Psychology 10. Vince Murphy - U.S. History 1 1. Nancy Murray - W. History 12. Tim Owens - Health 13. Dove White - Social Psychology I 14. Dave Allen - Low Enforcement 264 Directors I i 'MMM I 1 - .....t 1 ' mga 1-V , k-.. as I xn H' ' f . ,of :M ,.,., . ..,........-.L 1 1,53-' 'ff F "H-.wswf s . i"""1, - '26 1: v - 7 new .-.5.'l"f!1"'A.' xg' i I X :flw 1 I - The research teams are an impor- tant part of any maior enterprise, whether it takes place in the past, present or future. The iob they're elected to do is to find facts perti- nent to the motion picture being pro- duced. These necessary facts could be anything from a typical sixteenth century breakfast to how buildings were designed 2500 years ago. While they explore the past, they also try to predict how much the way of life could change, in 500 years, from examples in the past. In any event, we couldn't produce without them. , Directors 265 Q I K 1 . tk. Q ' . Q. V - , . fl' 5. , 'z 1 r Q' LX, L' ng. A f. 'Y' ' . 1 1 'lv' :g'4'l ' A Q I 5 , . L3 15?-we .-ggsb Q "A SQA , 'SLM .QA 106 ,ff Q- . fx rr ! QW' '-if Y an V .view "' 'Vid PK? 1 .3 l U: E if .--I9 If X . All actors and actresses usually have stuntmen working for them in scenes that are too dangerous. The men and women are hard at work getting in shape, then staying in shape once they get there. These people are often the strongest and most physically fit of anyone on the lot. They're trained in everything from weight-training for scenes involving lifting heavy obiects lsuch as boulders, trains, etc., to scuba diving for use in shark scenes. The directors train their protegees well. l. Maxine Clark - GPE 2. Anne Folkert - Dance GPE 3. Sue Gardiner - Asst. Ath. Dir., GPE 4. Nancy Grant - Adaptive PE, Drill Team 5. Sherry Smith - W. History GPE 6. John Corona - Pool! Field Att. 7. Grace Messerall - Locker Room Clerk Directors 267 -'f':2- -. f all , :Pl "' JM '5-S' 'X' fl '1,,,, ,, W ,Wvvfye-5' A V M440 1 M.. ff , , fi, ' 1 a' ' is , , , fff mg '-,,.,':-f ,V:'f'Qff,-"2"a:f: ' fa. 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Collins Avenue 286 Credits .A ir I T N l I S l in. l T Nl IIUO P t l O DORIAN BOARD l i President: . , 0 Mary Arend , ' Vice-Presidents: Melanie Hembree Fran Brunell I O Evie Kerwin l 1 Secretary: 1 Susan McKinnon The Dorians wish O to offer Treasurer: congratulations Deanna Smith i to I O the Graduates Of Student Representative l 977 Forrest English l A 'lay FASTWAY PRINTING COMPANY ATTORNEY l FAST - ECONOMICAL 0 NEAT 0 OFFSET PRINTING T TusTiN - COLLINS PLAZA 4956 N TUSTIN ST,l ORANGE, CA, 92667 0 l714l 997-1575 offers his congratulations to THE GRADUATES QF l977 C dt 237 ABATI MIKE - 20, 30 Remembers Skiing W! SS LH MO SS and Wong Tong Football Games and Squirt Parties and High Times W! JG CT SS SO BG and The Rest Talks and Homecoming w XCB Getting Car sick w! CB at MO'S Party The Gross experience at LCS 76 Making Geometry Notebook w! SS Anticipates Buzzin at Park City and Snow Valley w! SS SS and CT ABDI IRADJ - 63 CS DV LS Crazy DP AH CIF Good Yr ANDERSON DORK - 21 72 73 Remembers JEFFER Football 76 Parents Skating for Varsity Cabin with LH MM ASB Eating At Carls Jr LB Waiting After Patty P . fff ABOUCHAR SUSAN - 21, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 234, 235 Most memorable times Mr B's trials basketball G Ooam OCAD 76 Prom 76 thrilling Cabinet! AFS parties Football games Arguments apart at league finals Mr T's favorite pass away fi' AKAMATSU LIZ - 21, 36, 98, 99, Skiing The West Meeting People PS C JS PT CAD Dances ames Hosp Insight Wm S O Plans Scientist Cougar G Day Part 'in w! Remember Dr A Fne nds LL DA G Being Best thing Mari ISS 0 ,M lm 'Km Y ALVAREZ BILL - 63 The First day e old Friend like PB KZ WD MB Meeting Mr. Flex alias FG Leaving for Japan BG Dancing w! Mr Hollywood Himself Finding out l'm not by myself but loved. . . 77 AMRINE GARY - 20 Getting My Drive License ., w,14.s4fa,v AREND BOBBY - 21, 99, 123 Remembers Football CIF Barking KW'S GetTogethers HH Arrowhead 76 Waste Case the Desert and the Hobie etc Sadie Hawkins Chicago Concert and 4 Wheelin w!DM . ,-Q ff, ,fy MAGS -- 21 , 76, 271 Poio 74 swimming 75 Times Mourning Practice Finals Best TIMES Summer - 75 76 Surving Scuba Diving Y 9 CRAZYin PIE T Ebert Wall?" -3 "" 7 - I The Street Racers The The Knocks B and Mirror J Barsa an Dislikes the many more Mrs M FRAC 81 Back B Enlo Par the Memories BAKER RIC - 21 I I kwluli ,, ,, . EBILBI BALANDRAN JOANNE - 22 bmw Remembers S1 Mobils H MR Calendars Cruisin DL KBF 1 , I-,MA H8.L of July Carls Jr. Going to CIF 76 making- 4 . .,.. g 5 Benchwarmers Friday nights w JD SF at SH Locks 'Numb w JMG Rollin A8.W Wrong Way Movies w JD and SSH,fZf5 I 'l'm AMY BRYAN 63 I'll have a salad and Coke Off the lip 3B's BBC Peanut GF JC Tv PT LG Slewan Speedway Fmrells 56 Spirit FT Fllliee - sunef and fun aoz scum coaow Art wHiLMA Mull Lori weel'.76 4:00 UV' Monday N'9l"S BFA SF aes' Treee and Man WAA NOTHING IN LIFE is FAIR PT LArER Mee""9 and Be"'9 W JD I . ..,., .A ., .J , ANASIS NICK - 21 DAYS , ,,,. ,,,,,,,, , . fx-,eg V I Remembers 24 OWENS Basketball Goya Sons Cops in I Abvli V Wyim, an al J 78 Bebe, P k R th G 'cl' M HOMECOMING 71 ,S,,.Bl9lv'ejg:ggfL,y,,521 I ,fZ?f?W?7W3MW'l5"W 9 "UN " A -' I , I I 'dnl I , I, l' Remembers Deve Mike Tim Partying Kickbock G Grew W Iiiifil fii n i w B' ' Times Four Wheeling GSAL CIF Finqlg -A W e 1' I - 'ali "" 7 ' ic et ova Bukets Creek Park And A Special Thanks To ARLOW LOU - 21 Mexlco Fume g4:sezw.'- - ' PATTI For Making My Sr Year Life So GREAT ANDERSON CAROL - 21 REMEMBER HUMILIA Capers on Hart Remembers Dances the Going to the Track with Powell and having our Horse The Lock In Fings Sign BALTHROP CHRISTY - 22 Mustangs 8- Olpalgsa JJ8iG P 9 76 Co, Wash BERG DAVID - 23, 103 76290, lT5Z27ii , , Editor 4 Remeiribersgli' bsktblgamdsRaid4Q,Bi' ' wma MB sa JD il? ' Thedurangokid valid y BOULGER MIKE 0- 24 Pingpbng KK VM LAZERTUM Good Driving VM Friday jffwflg mi Perieep Rambleegffesnoiz Bali Party VODfWater HAWAHJH KM vmssu icqieiia Game PARTXSHARP 'TURN POOL WAR KK ss vm Malts Brownies QYUK SMNCLEMENTE 77 Bitghen KB LEAH Good Tirrfgi Hrricri . tisovwmaiii - 24, 84, 95 :S Towqfgfivana Clam Sym 8- Jazs Band 234 Drurgihtalor 4 tlemetighers TD GW DC LC Beach Boys L8iM Jacigfbn BFOQQIITELLPFOTTI 76and many memories w CW Hofagfoming 176 w!.lB OHS Sadie Hawkins 76 LB Parade tall IZ! 1 l5!76 Speedway the Apartment and enjoying iWlt wf Sidekick MD OUTSTANDING IWW BRADEN LESLIE - 24,113 REMEMBERS BENCHWARMERS Wfplirk SB games CIF Beating So. Pos. Turning Good Times w!George Getting Being new The BOMB Groundhogs JT Pat I 8 Prom vi' 4 P' BERNHARDT MIKE - 23 Remember All Years Was of His Badminton CH Best Friends Old and New I People and Places but l could f " fm 477 cod 23 53 G Y Track Ribn ., WM ' , BLEIER igpNfL 23 I A Remembgrs Qteateboards Swopmeet5'?EfANADA Trios with FK Trying to get RON M and MARCM to watch MPFC Looking for a pootter with RM Freezing on New Years with HG My GREAT 2nd pd. basketball team Skateboarding with Dave Chalk at the Big A Cyclins trips Reliable Marc CIF Football Games BLOOD CAROL- 63 CB TG JS Friendship shares the BOL AND ,G V, V ,,,,",?,,,,,,QV. , i Homeeoming Sweet Seventeenth Birthday SS 396 Soph football Get't'n busted Concerts Covo's Partys Tahoe rambles chewies baby baby humanbeings Certain winosFeatherIy rambles Kegs Skiin hospital Parties Laguna Margaritas and Expensive beadspreads all night rambles Slater 'Mouth Good ood Times with and 77 FOR YOUR imes in ' From My Big I' EarlyfHt77 if alot CHERYL - 24, 2 fr , Remembers, DD L times with BB WP Going out with if-ii, . SH Geiftn Math 76 Myj, Qferisligd Moments! if cep fmeggzt mio' I ,kwmgvvgdligcovegy ' 'each Ofiirfiz- , ilfi I ' ' f BRIGGEMAN GEORGE - 25, I 78 REMEMBERS Soph Football Pres RATS track75Ramblin ANIMALS Power Bear Headbuttin Candahos Wrestling 76ClF League Champs 76GMC TURBO 400 SnybinFUBAR Skintlints Dustin Mugs Track 76 JV Parties in the skiclsBAJA Terrible things Crazy GFBA FF DoncesTerrible rambles Orange BARAGE All the Animals BURNOUTS Burl Catch ya Later ' ' BRIGGS PAM - 25 Remembers Colony 250 Where Did You Get The Light? w fMS KS TM Led Zep Concert Faith Festival Car Wash Ray's boat Dance's Pizza on Sunday Camelot Registration Nite at Linda's Meeting Lance at BNB Weekends at Rita's LL Balboa on 4th Dolly's lst date l'm Looking Forward to Tomorrow. MC,.in I - :1 i ,wqg BROWN DOUG - 63 I BROWN'EDWARD'-- 25, wa, 187 Credits 289 We Y f 1 BROWN Emc - 25, 41, i39 BROWN KEVIN - 25 Remembers The River in 74 and 76 Good Times at the beach McDonalds Football and Basketball games Dancing ICOBODS Sting and CHARLIE BROWN Ananim Parties Horseback riding buying JODE Drive ins Hunks Knotts dates with Randy Best Times with SB MK JW RB RL KL TS MH KM and Most of all with VANCE BROWN RANDAL - 25 BROWN STEVEN - I5, 25, I78 BRUCE BOBBIE - l5, 25, l78 REMEMBER GOOD TIMES with KB KC DC KK MB MM Football GameswithKB JD KK BasebaII234Football2 Good Times at beach with KB and JD CIF Football with KB BRUMLEU LORI - I9, 25 Remember MH CP CK DP DT SM CM MB DH PK RM RV LR SH FS MAGICAL FRIENDSHIPS w!Wen8.Dork8imany thanx to Mayre8tAdeIe Ski Buddies HButRum Oi Savon FrExt IO: 'I4 Spook76 T707 SophLunch I6thBD EUROPE RmIO2 LPow SF LVeg SoPas CASC River Yells Post6tSignCarwash 74 Sum76 OH PkMeter Chg8-BB CIF SHBGGB SLC Taco CH OC VPE THATS LOTH BRUNELL DAVID - 25 Remember JV Tennis 76 Soph Baseball 75 Summer beach days 75 76 Soph Nights To all my friends and tant DM ,DC,I.R and others To all my teachers and others who have helped me Chernistriy tesfsfavldf-I5l5sf'3l"'7' Physiology dissections and tennis practices Thanks to all the memories will last forever 1 95, 1 BRUNK.S,TEPHANIEfe-- 63 ,,f,,,.,, ' , --f -A ,,,' ,. --.. 3 ,,f ""' - Cf,-ir' , 1- V ,.,.: , - N ,,., 'BUFFI NGTONI'i.l'EEE'gj "'ii:3'f-uZ- ., - - 95' QW, I A. ff-- :iw .1 L,3,"v, ff, , - '1 'fi,,, V' suuocic PATTY-25,26.,QI83, ff,5,,g 3,,,'?f'f 'l', 'V , - ., 'fof'jiJ"-- aumrz KATHY - 25 1 W I 2, if-rg., Q -. I BYRDJANICE-25 t -2 Remember chamber 34 umm 23 scna'234 DoqgitEif?'4i-- date GDB w!JS AFS Student Guestavo Zegion'fB3's'KITm'es V2 time Shows Parades Concerts KS'6iI45t,in CS ,'4th"PerRmj Fryman twins Friends I Cherish JK GSI Js'SM Whatever happens Trustin the Lord always HLYVYOUR LIFE ON EARTH WILL SOON PASS ONLY WI?'I'AT'S DONE FOR CHRIST WILL LAST -I.. "2 CAIN KAREN - 25 VV I remember being crazy until people wanted to commitiii- me. But through it all I iust wanted to show them Ia rare thing in this worldl I don't know it any of you anything but if you did it was God and notll He's rTe?alIy,af1i',f, super guy PS to Terri Isaiah 54:48 CALDERWOOD MARTIN - 25 REMEMBERS Parties at Parking Lot After GAMES The All The GOOD TIMES And and Being Chased at I 20 MPH WORK WORK WORK 25 , CAMP SUZANNE - Aw V --" f ' A-'ef 1 M " CANGELOSI BIANCA - - Remember Sophomore year Melgsrggggprtiesg Late hoursz , fgg.,1y-f' IV, .' ,-4"1.w- - ,., .- f as I . ,, if Q 1 .. . ' ,.,,1 . f' 1' , W7 St George Charlie B Razz 4 wheeling withR vocal Ensemble RB getting impatient Older Men RM Never forget BooBooBoo Being Spoiled New People fun times Have Fun While You Can Time Does Fly When You Get Older 77 CANGELOSI KATHY -- 25, 26, 49, 53, 84, 99, I I3 Remembers Mash Wizard of Oz Variety Show Dance Char 75-77 VE 75-77 Quartet Trio Disco Queens Design The Canl Biyo My songs and Accepting JC I love Richard Greg Joanne Celeste Steve Nannette Little Hodsun Tanya Alesia Patty Cristo Sheri and Val Lee Ann Angelo Matt and Nadia Sue my Soul Sista Chris and RB CAPASSO MONICA - 25, 28 Remembers GOOD TIMES PARTIES FRIENDS Dances lOth Grade COW-POKS learning to SKI 6-I 2-75 NEVER FORGET Super Spies JHG CM Rubber Ducky KK and EJ City Ot Atlantis Prom 76 w!MART Feb I5 76 BEST TIMES FALLING IN LOVE WXMART CARBERRY TRACEY - 25 CARDOSO ANTONIO - 63 CARLIN CINDY - 26 CIF 76 The Terrible Trio Caminos on Stilts Frank Si Mothers Break Up Summer 76 PARASOL a aft OK DESC 8 Gang Knotts OCIR RJ Hill Sand Diego CB MADNESS Flaming Trash Cons TP Campus PEP Rallys Graph Comm MY FRIENDS 8- BUDDIES The RODG JULIO 8. RICKY DBD PARTY I 2-24-76 RZ wedding 5-22-76 WE CANT HELP IT IF WE'RE CRAZY ,f-,f-""i"' ,,'1 -1 - i"' ,-,,:f,:H7viff'4, ,IjI1,' . ffm flux N , V ai. CARMACK WACK 426, IO7 REMEMBERS Chops Chris Sue LD CT SM LS Big 5 Mac When Will I SeeAYou Again? Radicals Parties aLSue's Morgan St flIustang,Med Occ wfSS Hart Santa'BQWIE Rats Burps'BF'TQeq '.?fre TFIBQBMQ Sam Meeting M Wynn Vegasi'w7'Ig!Q Belyhl a .nurse Marryibr MWIfYou Ci-aifyfmghunies fi H1528-pa 4 I, , 5 V, .,'- 'j , f,-f . 1.121111-1 ' ,, ,',, ,nzj "2'ff72 "'Wi'iff' J , ' . .. ,, yq,'. ff Q., ,I 4 'i wi' C,ARTER"JULIE - 26 EFMEMBERS Joi-IN PEACE RINGERS Crushes Go on to , ,iff , 290 C ' i ' I ' ii wwf redits i b V., mf , L I 'fe f ,W W W 4: -Nm 2 ,.Z'w14wf uf ,, . 'ff iff 'I' " 3GHiZliLgslbAN Nicewf 0 P U7 -I Z o Q F' o E P 0' CJ I W: X sp. CATLIN TOM-27, I78, IB2 M REMEMBER FOOTBALL 234 Sat NIGHT Rambles BEACH J' with DK DW WM Short Story with BigW and the DRUNK. CIF Chasing Trucks an Foot CHRISTMAS WITH KIM MIKE ' GOING MISS YOU 27 29, 58 Hut Regimentaffon Gone FOREVER CAULKINS KEN - 63 CECRLE STEPHEN - 63 CENAMI MICHELE - 26, 69, 76, 98, 99, 27l MEMORIES Soph8iJV CHEER NCA-SB Best 75 JD CT MP CL DB ML MM BR BECH HOUS PM SPGS TheCabin IceBlckin JerisPARTYS TheZ DoNuts SKIING MUNCHIN SS DH Song SPIRIT WEEKS KidnapMAC FOTBAL TheCMgame DANCES FFUs JD TT MR 77 KL LM PwderPuf SanC ETP Comersals HAWAII WhenWiIllSeeYouAgain?HANS SAC MostlyJD CT STEVE8.TheWayWeWERE CHADWELL DAVE - 27 Remembers Water Polo and Swimming2 Marching Band2 fire Science38i4 GOOD TIMES At Football Games 8 fun times w!RVLM working at Fire Dept receiving Silver Medal at California State UICA OIympics3 VICAYskiing at Mammoth234 Colorado4 CoronationAn Prom Senior Year Plans getting on a Fire Dept and Having A GOOD TIME CHASE JOHN - 27 REMEMBERS AD with KOOB SUS Skins RAMBLEING with BAB SKATEBORDING and STOUT Featherly FQUBARS 76 GRAD with TeemSteve A Grad Tliiftglt Was So Hot I Started To FRY Depiner and Mamout YORK CORBY DEMINT and the BeachHouse All the BUDDIESWHEN ERAL was in Town And ERAL's Cousin Apple Apartmenfs C-3 , ,H- INANCY - 27 MA-.mime-.Y-. up In CHESTER SUSQN 27 - 27 'u-any Anymore Without v Jackson Brown SCHUTTE AndIThase Who Tookf is not Fame It Only Looks It -- 27, 237 TIMES In 4th Per Chem NC BM Looking for X-mas Trees ,NC PA KA CE Also Remembers witla"KH8iVM- 77 SPIRIT DAY with TB SA NC RM LG MD KH TN in 77 and All My BEAUTIFUL low I limi, 'Wir Ilia iii. I i Iliqiii fuliin IUNCIIIN IAI M DCI imesliiuii thing limi :Ii I CLEMENTS CATHY - 27 Remembers Soph Yr JackinTheBoxGang Good Times withBC MY JQ MD NC LW TheWhoConcert76 SkiingonChristmas 75 GoingToRiversummer76withBC ML SB BD SH andit'sWild Donkeys offroadinginBaiaAnd Being withBOB AlwaysRememberAlITheGreatTimesIHad HopeToForgetAlITheRottenTimeslHadHereAtVP ' CLEMENTS JANICE - 63 COCHRAN BRIAN - 27, 261 COHEN TERESA - 27 Remembers Parties at PB's House CrusinWith KS Beach 384 76 AII The Times SK 8- I got caught Jr Yr Working at Childern House CIF 77 Special Times with BB RD LOVE 8- THANKS TO Sue K KS PB PK MS WE Start Out Walking And Learn To Run Yes We've Only Just BEGUN COKER CHARLES - 63 COLE ROBERT - 63 COLLEY KEN - 45 .4 Silver Uilsliirig om Senior A G00 I Grad nd Mumoul III the 's Cousin ,wil ,Q vmhuul ' :iison Iwlfl A me VIIIIIII IY igolis II CONKEY DIANE Remembers Parties Moving to NJ LJ PUKA Fla VT Spirit Who Saddleback Blueiay Rod Stewart The Who The Missing Class Sr Nut Breaks w!Friends Michelle Si SHOP -Fish N Chips 8. I HOP BEST TIMES DS SJLCDU KR SLRHMJKS LB8.MH TRAVEL AND' MAKE THE MOST OUT OF LIFE .6 F72?f435'w TIMOTHYIL 63 ' ' ' 'llZf.Jwie6- , if . I. KEVIN - 29 -,..,.,. E.- V Soph Year 2 Years of FOOTBALL SICIF RONNIE SKlNSFATSVlCfubar JS CA WOO sl,6TT5rr6eARwiNG 566 time Ath Gear Ctrirps OR was HOG Mammoth Leah Baia JIMMY River Bass Lake w!TlM at KeIly'CarIsVQ M C I2o'clock"CaIIs'iGOOD TIMES wit THANKS MOMGDAD BEING WITH TIM pei Chem ,IN Wi lied ,memlttfi ilii lim 3 KH , QEAUIIII .W CORRIGAN JIM - 29 Remember Last Great Ramble and All The Boys Getting FUBAR Will Not Remember This School or Any Thing About IT Remember Getting PT I Want To Get The Rod Out Gone To Texas COUCHMAN DON - 29 REMEMBERS JV TENNIS 76 Chris S Box Of Balloons Summer 76 I'm GOOD Coronation with PETE BIG FATS SG KEYSTONE COPS NEWSPAPERS The Summer Gang MY FIRST AND ONLY LOVE MY LITTLE MARI COX MARY -- 29 Remembers First Period AD TT RB LM MC Wen we were in Mrs Brady's class Remember in Our Senior Year Three Period PE with CH MJ MC LM and of course DP And I can not forget LUNCH with the Group of NS LM CM MJ CL MC My Three Years At VP were FUN CRAFT TERA - 28 REMEMBER Loving MP Tyrolia 8. Coke Sad Flics Time Heals Mustang Dithcing with CHOP Forging ReAdmits Cruzing with ME Mova MS 442 AR OLDS TIMES with MC CJ 8 DR Concerts with Gopher LAMBYCHOP Comics CJS Problems Graphing Desinging Job SAILING? Best Of AII Turning Life Over To Jesus I FOUND IT CRAWLEY KATHIE -- 29, 47 My High School Years Are Full Ot Many Memories 12-7- 75 going to CIF in Football GH with J WK BB JK MCin WP Field Hockey and ETP Homecoming 76 and Prom 76 with MC BFA CINDY GOOD Times with SP JF SA LL But Especially All The Great Times with MICHAEL THANKS MOM CRISSINGER RICHARD - 29 CUNNINGHAM KIRK - 29 RocksGotoritDeyDornerPintoZonkerBussgreen pumpkin PieBerserkeIeGoodandbadtimeswithSpecialpeople LYCPHPMPCKASGCSAKN5mithEBiC DE FORREST TROY - 29, 94, 95 REMEMBER RAMBLES In CT Pinto MEXICO City July 4 Parties and Very Best Times with DUCKS In Band 234 Especially DM KB BB RGAL JM BF MK MH AND Remember ALL THE GOOD TIMES withRRR I Hope To See All Of You In The Future And Remember IT'S A SMALL WORLD DE FRANCESCO JOSEPH - 29 DE LA CRUZ MARV - 29 REMEMBER Animation 8- Carooning 81 the Bicentennial flick Drawing cartoons forthe Oracle VPHS on Canyons grass Sites Johnson Tate Wilcox etc HAWAII SAN DIEGO Disneyland MICKEY MOUSE 8- Kevin My Faithful Chauffeur 77 DE LAMARE MIKE - 28, 178, 212 CIF 3-A CHAMPIONSHIP Century League Champs 76 MOON'S halftimeinspirational talks Parasol Crusing 8.PARTIES After Games AD Classroom DRAWLS DOG 81 WILSON Combination DeLUCA DONKEY Kelly Mic FRED FERD Timker 8. Congoloid All The New FRIENDS And PEOPLE Q DE LUCA MARGIE - 29 Remembers FOQTBALL Games After Games If In uf" DAILY JANIS - 29, 36, 96, 97, 98, 99, i ia BASKETBALL Tfock 76 UF GAA BBW? ' .- ,gg izemember Ars Club Selling cms erm DATE nov 75 W :,""de""'ff C'g"TRU?l'Ce is E66is6ii Games EARRELLS Halloween 76 Pumpkin SZ'2iCg"""f2, 6 , ,,,,,1,?' Costume-PEP-RALLYS BOC7A Fun Times w MSB AM DR P Qzrj, ., ' , Vlti, , fiT',,l ,yggasyl ,,,"f'f4gy JD ics sw cabinet 77 KEEP sMiuNo CLASS GE177' I , ,,,, , - i.,,, , 1 ' f AND soon LUCK IN LIFE I 1 fj ff in A If 'MMI' Football Cerftbry Champs CIF 9fi"I?' if DAIN RAY - 29 DANIELS CHARLENE - 29, 193, 237 Remembers Grad 76 MCDONALDS Dsnyland Hotel Beach Glee Club XC Track meets w CM and All My Running Ailments Ftbl8rBskb Games Exp 168-32 Whip Cream Pies Rumbie Seat Jan 31 1976 KH HW CM PM MUD L8iN Spot Flaa MF and ?? Old Dump Crushed fingers 3s by TP gargoyles MEMORIES IF SOMETHING WORKS DON'T FIX IT DANIELSON CHERYL - 28 DAVIDSON JOANN - 29 BEST Memories include Ist Semester Nutritions 75 MOODY Learning ta WaterSki Football Games with TM Scandal Getting a CAR DOB Meeting ANDY 6 Theater Friends KM BH MR and Others THANKS to TC and CJ FOR 100,104 lshkil7Birthday Woio andLesIieBea rd edWo ndeklrvineParkeasteigiieihhisfrjifvi withParkerand KlimaRunningRabbitswetcarrfotSBaker Y ,. RoyandthegangDreamsPartiesat MarkswiJl1YadereIliancf 34 FRIENDS Willie Tony Mark Jeff Rick Mikek Lupy Buzz Bal Gene and ZB and Basketball Mar and Char Games Reps 4 ' F DE MINT RON - 63 Remembers MAMMOTH Si Doc Bob Corby Koob Skins Gary Leah AD in Beezer Rats Vic Eve's Place Ski iage Fathead The Honda Car Ske 8- Sports The Eye Beavers The Only One RITA Bones No Bugus RED Olgala Lynne MR Murphy Pinto Ponyiparks Oranges Brew Queeb Pencil Wendy Ohyea Don't Forget Tom Skully SL DE ROSAS JACK -- 29, 212 DE VAULT CINDY - 30 DENNEY KERRY - 29, 51 Remembers GOOD TIMES BAD TIMES Basketball 2 Concerts Dances Football and Basketball Games Jobs HAWAII 75 MEXICO 76 Friends HOWLING at the Moon Turns To Laughter as the Sun Appears over the Horizon to Take Its Place in the SKY izs, 1906 I , , Y G99fQEift14If,TQ fvfkfwimffb .aEN'.EoREvEtr2Mci2Asu sro sw AP TOMAIEAP LATER " .STEVEN -- 29 '-i5iEsALi JERI -iso, 76, 271 A Camolfat,,Clf'lEERLEADER Bruised NOSE w! ML Late Night ,,i'iegigtie3Fi4wfcT Mc: Killing Myself AVMW Mumcriour AryiArgnv'S'yfMw,sEAcHHousE Hey Hey was Iflsmo UANCES wfmc ooNur RECORD ICE BLOKING Credits 291 1 , Xmy Buddies B Kathleen The WACK Friends Marks Family REMEMBER'S All the Early SF and Company MC FARLANE JOY DYKSTRA JEFF 31 32, 1 19 Helpers Kelly Mick Tim Kim PK Lookers Buz: Lupey Mike D Fred JR JavBomb Won't Start Callaaa Vince CPS No Job No Money No Presents Vacation EHLERS TERRY Sparkling lt ' QQ, Rose Parade DOES DOTSON DOUGLAS Won't for SS San Onfre Girl Date Morgan ST Adventures Won's forget MY LOVE YA MOM Remembers Aniiiial Parades Vztimes 5pringShow Datebod Initiation Leader stryeuts Comp, 'Football gameff9g1!g'FrunciscQ1, Friends wfDM KB JD RB DR 4"" 1 DM BV PT VM, Best times SUMMER 76 with, 61.1153 'ya.Puu1,, j.,,. Q always7t1'emembeK5iQThe-'1Wfggggoble. KOSH f.- G ER 31,175 ,,,, 'W' ' 'I ' W" DITGAN JIM - 31, 76, 271 3,1 . I 176' 1- I DURAZO HECTOR -4 31, 68, 107,174, 175, 105 Remembers The THREE MUSKETEERS The CHAPMAN HOUSE MM BI154,CS,Symmer,of 75 Soph 5wimNerkna New Year 76 Beach Boys Concert Bowie Summer of 76 w 292 Credits times Sher CJ BA 1 Baconu. Clouds Club, Years Eves an 76 with HB SH High SAN FramptonWk 1 Bestt1meswJBdoingAlotOf BRAVO Dinnersw!BOZ C'NQt?w432 A cum - 31 JOHN - 31 The Time I Got Thrown Out Ot Photography Having Clay Fights In Ceramics and All The Teachers Thot Got Mad At Me Even Mr M and Mr Schutte and Mr FORRESTI4 31, 34, 61, 76,'96, 100,271 Thanks VillaffPqrk For All Of Good T" ' And Fun FRIENDS Karen Rick Joeiggrik cos Lunne Leg Em The Moll susreo For cqiirgw How About We 11,51 Go Home and Forggt Aliouf lt New Port At 2in The Morning ln The Sl'1oppin?art ,NNUAL 3 4 ASB VICE Pnesioem 4 Hb uMRgps 234 some Hawkins76 CAT1LItjl45,758i76, . 1 ,f-nw 4 LI .-A914 - ..,a'sfv"'4? 1 fesv rrte' RIA-31 ESSLINGER PERRY - 31 Estes CAROL - 57 These Years I Found A New Beginning of Growth In tChrist Through Uplifts and Trials Cathy My Lwghter, Margie My Help I Try To Forget Sear With CD B 8. Ted Friends At Lou's 8 FRIENDS with DS MD Work Together For Them That Love The Lord Romans 8:28 751- '1f"RAcNoL1. ' E TAHOE South Pas EATS IT 34 Ply Will Be Ready For 77 Street Rod Nats Somehwere ln Arizona Monty Python Flying Circus Cafe Puke FERRIS DAVE - 63 1 I FICKLE BOBBI - 19, 32, 43, 83, 118 Remembers M A S H My Fair Lady Flowers Finishing 1 Touches Choir THE CABIN Best Wishes LOVE 81 PEACE 1, To DC JS CM SR DM SS DH GF CZ SCHU PR DA My 5 Favorite Grandsons GH RL PW MS Granddaughters BA 9 MC8-MN Have Faith My HOMECOMING Family8iAIl My Great Friends Take Care 81 God Bless FIGARD JOE 32 1 Remembers Going to VP P1 Prom ll FISK FONTANA GREG - 1 I remember CIF The Moonman'3f!,imes Orangecircle MadRambIes ToTheSiz,iler West Side Story Vocal Jazz San Franiisgo The Badmobile Yelling at Refs at B ball Gomes All my Fantastic Friends And Peers Who Will Always Have A Place In My Heart A3911 FOSTER SHARI - 33 Remembers 4-3,76 DM's Party Speedway wlSH LB MM WM Cruisin Friday Concert A8-W Disneyland w!SH The lst Time Riding Times with Scott Laurie FOTCH MICHAEL - 94, 95 FOTCH SHARON - 33 FRAGNOLI JIM - 33, 45 REMEMBERS All Dances with SP Games 76 PARTIES AFTER AT JT Grade 10 Especially Match Good Times With The Group JK Someone Who I Will Never My Lite SHER1 1 Remembe"E'PARr1ifare Games At SS andJT"Goir1g 'FSL L 'll - :rim idyisih ltlyim t inisltiq time foil, lvghleistt imilylllllit l lei guts? my -'Q lfhfiillul uviiirmilll ' ' lilillllvl l L i 1' -ill, Iflfii -4 ' V with KN and Contract Thanks for the friendship and ,i il l X ' 1 l I r 1 ' Hr, S 'T 5, 5 gif s lb! ' Your Great MC ml Hotel , GILLON ROB - 33, 225 Basketball Owens Studly ETC Baseball Load Beck Leep Great Blue Soph Partyn Learning To Surf Shultz Hart Fires Up Surfin with Lyle Concerts CM Comes Thru A Excellent Times STAY COOL Outrageous Conversations Mwwith SS Lyle will Fix Womans Mom YET LATER ON VP lJ"S BEEN ALRIGHT f' if-+""' DWIGHT - 33 99, IO3, l IB, 63 City and Dehut ner After JR Yr BAILEY EATHOUSE JOHN 34 9 l9l 215 2l Remembers Cross Country 75 League C Captain CIF Track 76 77 League Champs Basketball Games CYF Pizza Parties Orange Arizona WATER SKIING ALL THE PALS GRIGORY BRIAN - 19, 26, 35, 43 Remembers Drama Prod's MFL FFA WOO CDB PYW Summer 75 JS's El Com Bowie Concert 76 w!RA CMB-SS 6715775 Best Times with All FRIENDS DUCK DAY Campus Life Living End FOOTBALL games Thanx V P PTLA GRONERT DAN - 35 Remember Homecoming Dance 76 with KAY The Date with June at Disneyland Chemistry Class with Dr Q Cross Country with Coach White SoOh Cruisin with Scott and The Beach Most Of All I remember Villa Park The Way lt Used To Be The Year 76 was BEST Year At VP and Last In Calif 'H-IY - 35 REMEMBERS 75 Beach House w!LZ OA KL JB DH and CM SummerW!VG Camping at S Clemente w!LZ 76 w!Lynne and Kim Camping PARTYS CONCERTS Beach Boys D Purple wfGB LZ and JF driving home from Long Beach via Santa Monica Kim andthe CURBSrunning into her Homecoming 76 WXDON Best Times Senior Year with My DON GROSS SHERRI - 35, 38, 74 MEMORIES Homecoming 75 Prom 76 w!Abati and The Hippos Oracle 75 76 Bathroom Tours Car Which I Didn't Know How To Friends at VP and Shs Especially WERE Mark and The One Football GINIA- 35, 235,118,117 BECKY 35 HAAN RICK 1 35 TIMES VW FONZ Team Rupp in Summer Schl 76 Friends Helping PLEESE LORD Sadie ruth and What Of This N' Z X 'fl I ,,.,. Z, , 1 M J'-U-, Best Times ctosie F+RllENDS utitorefgeidrs re in CH S 3 2 3 4 Friday Nights After Games Beach learning to Surf Snozes pink Party '41 G LORI - 35, 118 gh! LARRY - 26, 35, 53, 96, 97,100, 187, 212 HARMON PETER - 35, 178, 231 HARNETT DIANE - 20, 35, 43 MEMORIES OF All My Special Friends GOOD Times w! Adele TACO BELL EJB Sorry 17th BD JOG OM BUD Grape Soda 8-FB Games SPECIAL MOMENTS Loving BOB6-30-75 KBJ SH76 SHHH LISTEN and Arnie HOT LIPS 24 Good Luck 8. LOVE To BF CAROL Soph FUN wf KATHLEEN WA Sum 76 MostEmbrsing Time Lunch at OHS and DI w!JEFCBUT Thats LOTH HARRISON ANN - 36, 55, 71, 73, 55, 96, 97, 100, 107, 1 12, 1 13 PEP COMM12 GL IO 11 Homecoming PRINCESS lt's None Of Your Beeswax What I Remember HI JULIE and you thought you'd never see your name in print Thank You BRUNT HASHEM ADELE - 36 Remembers VP8.All The Good Times My Crazy8-Beautiful FRIENDS CALS MK DF ML CS DV KLLS DG TK RP MARIE Specially Diane8.Lori OHS Pals TACO BELL SHH 25 AA AA Ski Utah MACs Summer 76 Lifegrds Newprt S Onofre 10:14 Bubly Grape Soda8iFootbalI CIF 17th B- Dgy Balboa w!CHR ls Surfin R102 Beats Pas LV 2 GG Thanx Barb ThotsLOTH ?5""'i, ' V ' 32,11fn5gfmw4ez 1 f,,,, , , V I HATHAWAY CINDY,-4 345, ,,,, ,V y I -L21 ,ffl 91.-at L, mvio 4 s5iiiife1,'t?82, isis, 212 1' I LA TITO FBCIF 76 FU BAR or what Earl8.Stout Power To OR Sues Skins Baab Raz Track 233 Hurdles Ballston Lake Tarzana Jacks On Blues Away Airplane Skiing with Pete Ramble Snow Bolo Brother Hohmanns 12 Pull8iStick HAWKINS JUDY - 3, 37, 98, 99, 87, 1 14 HAWK Punkin Drill Team 234 Capt 77 LEADER TRYOUTS A iBai1dGDT Banquet 76 19' Parades 20 Vztimes Spring Show Crazy Bus Rides 42 Special Chicks 35CVGirgs DT SHERI - 37,107, 235 Remembers Un QUE T TM LM JI other Days Hoc'keyJLg,y's Trophy Brown Sharing Learning Growing Stumbling Over Word,s,Gemes People Play Songs Talks Silences Special Loves Dreams IT WILL NEVER BE THE SAME HEDLUND ROY -37, 76, 215, 271, 212,120 HEFTI RITA - 37 W Members E Ghads w! MOE Si CURLY Rasmusen w!Caseiy 8- MK.,Rgg nite LA Kiss V22Hunch FLASHER Qdd Jester MURPHYS , ,,,, ,HHH Remember SW San Being with my Being vsiifh Scott own a porsche and Live HELME LISA - 37 Remember Football games wfSM OC Homecoming 76 XGL SM JA CIF 234 Parties after games Osceola w!Y Swimteam 2 4 Mammoth 75 76 LOP w!CW SM LS Haunted Warehouse wfCH CK Concerts Parties Skiing Typewriter Basketball w!CW RM EUROPE W!Frac HEMBREE MARK - 37 HERNANDEZ HETTINGER HIGGINS HILBURN HOANG HOBSON wwfvmf Hctrrg wfrzr Jax 2 HOTVPP 'LY ""i5utte?'cobrf IIeiFf Dr A any other Way Plans MG S Skier Bi Leqwmg From ' Tomorrow LIVE HEIDE my - 37, 238 I y vim ,,..M- f I r , Remember PAMBA JANBA Mts Peffny 1 294 Utsedits HOLLANDGREG-63-' , I , .,s'+,. I ,' X' 'm""'14L. wwf' Av A . """' V- ., ' "'MuOU'f vm, 1' ' -4' 'rw ,. . , f.-. Tp Be Best Friends with DORK FOREVER or What KW Parties AVADI as -47, , 'gi n ' , , f if-L. if ""'. 1 ffm I Metalikool ' V oute Sandbagger Jel "" Suzie Q Sy s ,mer swifigic Splde Flint ' fs if and HOLES , I 1? I J H 'F' J' ,1:' A KNUTSONK RRY -iso, 42 . Remewber Myiwfieal Basketball Game Compliments JH Fogtball and Track Junior Year Going to CABIN with JF HH JH SS Football games SAN CLEMENTE with the WILD BUNCH l7th Str LS Beach Apartment The VP Pool Champiohships Dog's Class MR BRUNT TR DE BOOM BOOM DE RAT RAT and CORVAIR POWER Koons mcHARo - 42 ' KONOPKA KATHRYN -- 63 ,L M44 KOOB CHRIS - 42 Football 2 Rats Fatz Soph RAMBLES Earlflfloney Reelcage Elmer Ramblin The Bull Featherly park crwhat MDs Birthday w T8-Steve June IO A day to remember Me8.Bab Bike Bootus Kowalskis Apt Friends Like ' Marcus8iBaraneks8iMD Kona AD Skins8iBelly Fubar Tom Scully 8iHis Return Faces Old8-New l Remember NotGood By Just Slaters KRESS SUE - 42, 90, I I4 Princess Rememberslookingtor 57's Barefoot Date Dad 75 Great Times with the OVBC gang being weird gwlrh'J'H 35 special CV girls Camp O Wonga76 after glows V V ummer of 76 with Denny Dream Machine and Beach "th Denny Coronation 76 the Great times all to short wi 'my friends DENNY and most of all the Unreal Becker Fagen But You re Wrong Steve You see lt s only Solitaire KUHL ELKE 1 42 lwill always love Joy Lori Sue Jule Karen Shelly Kathy Robin Modern dance Archery Easter Letter Tl 2 Summer 75 at the pool winning Singles and doubles Badminton Golf Folk Dance 76 Guitar lessons Summer 76 Thank Q 1 I li" Z7 fl' I" c""4 UW "', f274:f5iif' .F?4.f"' 'I ",.,-.'7 MG RE ,,.l fffli 9' i.,' ,zpffgij 4 'W4f'if'48:'. 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' X, . we kv an ' credits 295 A T R R MJ I remember 75 AFS 76 AFS Cm fun we had Pal TR F myyrsat CJNKLC MMBR WEP H9 Verbu Unknown LEWIS ard WI GFI un with AS SL e with LS Bi with EVJ 1 Not I The Angel 2 Longer LOWRANCE CHRIS -- 63 B sketball marathon again Coach Mark N Sandy Y Sat test I In Friends dross counm LUCENTE ERIN - 44 South '- Willie J Make lace trophy P ffm lliterate ofthe will be the LEEsoN Jo R'1YJ0"" l I remember Chamber Lenchos J Room JJ the Back W Cinnamon Bears The Frisoee Quad Charity The Leucadia thon The Boyfriends Neighbors SH and LS and PEOPLE with ERIN W Chinese fire drills with AQSO 1 JOHN 2 and Costa ,J me what leave 76 league ' way leave beochhou 4 ookln It 1 Q:-1 RAMBLES Braw o , V .,,., l"C""Y CRAIG 4 , e ' lot -- e 4- 65-.-: X . . 1 f TF and and Tom out all of and drill lrve a vor VC un at San 5414 l0O"eY if orders angry Com mrs Acs 1 " KF I 2 Relf , Dave l LEPORE N CATHY l crucified l LEVINE lives in ANT l is a 396 m with out wrth queqe Track 23 Rambling Prelim MSM Good Time wanted to meet Zappa never forget Rambles after snowun '76' Zepplin Live A4 84 99 phones at lunch char 8r rr d rn a pear beans 8. Jack SK Special thanx to MM at Prom76 with W KK nd 4 Alg I club Desert helium ear I X 296 Creams .uvnauua-.-..-.e..,.,. 1 c an excellent shoulders CIF 57, 74 KL 4 Yahoo I I Folk Lit before Best Times MMIL Chris 8- A and all the FarreI's Halloween 76 and RV McMANUS THOMAS Per AD Jokes oth Per F Friendgglhat came and Nowfseem So Special and the Away e High Die JF BK PowderPuff Memories something set it free It it MEEKS 'EWLLENDER GALE - 46, fi ' Remembers M A S H 75 Ch ' oi how all Seniors of 75 Thoners 4th PeijodBrit Li flosg Smiths 6th Period Class MAIQTNG sen 'Mar .i'i2 ii the CRAZY AINTING MEETING A Sha Remember Brent Especially DO I t to Diane Betsy Gitta RORIES 'i'V ef 46f 2275? ,r,r Gymnastic 255going to my I car in 75 cruising! atNP Beach ii76 Spies!LE Looki ""' artys! W Bill talking!Rick Enioying and Loving 46, 98, 99, I I8, 238 Ringer Concert Cheers and Tears Potatoes Faculty Equipment at League set Back Farrells Pep Per Sundaes Sun Long Talks and Long Walks Cutting off cars Chicago Live Soph Stupidity the Presidency Wristing this the sky is the Limit BLT Camelot Mohey U5:"'Tony JohnH Johnksfiefalifears at Waldos My VW , 2 Soph Football of the '74 K-MGH EDC All the tights in basketball Going Bible smdies L5 CD and knowing I have A more y of GW MIGLIORE MARY MITCHELL' NE Remembel l The DM LM DB Goodol Times and Dan and Dad most of all Diane Dave MITCHELL Remember GOING TO Nith LR CK Week of I MIYA ,gf:','1 P 154' 7 .3952 4216412 5 444, . .IW f ,p4,!yf CA a MicHAEL' fi xlib, 53, 178, 212 f' ' Q I V Johs CheveIIg'TI'le river fob-'and all I League tinalsintggck and CtFFo0liwlI 2 year CIF 34 Best Water Brunt Gizeopfzv 7 E for me CARLA The Night RMC NTGOMERY Party'n Kathy married 8-l'lI Terri KB ALMOST VP ' . MOONEY ERIN - A6 A REMEMBER SPANISH ll SS S PALMER AD Scenery Alvin MW CJ CE DL and the Troy Boys Best Times Football games Beochhouse 75 and 76 PARTIES w"CP LW MB Laundry Mat w CP and BIMBO The Lame GOOMBA GOOD TIMES with the Beachhouse Gang and KM Lunch Credits 297 with CP MP and HART The Blue Purse A HA WE Found You MOORE MARIHA - 46, 94 MOORE RON 1 46 l'Il remember the fan Summer of 76 Beachhouse lotsa great Laughs with Ron B Helping Him Look for a Poofter Checking out KK DK JW Two Years of CIF games Fun in Mr G's Class with GS 6 Per U S His More Laughs with Ron B SKTG Yam D R In's with MCLB P O R B G P Der W NIGHTS ARE FRVR WITH LISA'S SMILE MOORE STEVE - 46 MORO BARB - 46 Remembers NEW YORK SUNSHINE LUV SMILESB. Most of all Friends Memories of Powder Puff Hockey Danny Dents Raiding Marywaod RADICALS GAA Gang Special Times with TM SH LM CT LM SR SP Being Together The Spot The Valley STAND TALL WE MAY NEVER PASS THIS WAY WAY AGAIN To all my FRIENDS Love Ya Thanks and Good by MORRIS KRIS 1 46, IO8 Remembers My B O F A's The Peralta Girls S P's SAN CLEMENTE BB Games 75wfGY Lutheran hi Brunts class Summer 76fthe Groupee Beachhouse 75 illegal cruisin Sailing!PM8.D D Drill Team Cheerleading 8- Camp!LJ H OT Y P'S DH's Parties times wfl I tinyHiny My Bug Smile MORRONE PAM 1 63 MORTENSEN KEVIN - 32, 46, 79, I 75 Remembering Parades wfCL SY Ranger Roy Boy the Decathlete Kidnap Breakfasts Running out of Gas YOSH M P S Nose CIF WATERPOLO HAPPINESS Diving Champs Freak Day Love and Caring Going Camera Crazy Hunting for Lost Contacts d 2 V2 at 2 Snerd Seminary Vicious VP a special Friend Remember Keep On SMILING THANKS V P MORTON ERIC 1 24, 47 MOUG WILLIAM - 47 MULLEN BILLY 1 41, 47, 49, IO0, IO6, IO7, I I2, 229 REMEMBER Campus Life MASCOT 76 77 Brunt Wils Dog Pep Rallies Vocal Ensemble CIF FOOTBALL IO I I My I8 Birthday fun Having the name Bo Didley Homecoming 76 Russel Mrs Kurek Kathleen L All my Years at VP Mercury Blue Shoes Martin Cheerleaders After Games Parasol Dad Teacher 8- Coach Steve Sandoval Good ol Coach Phil MURRAY CLAUDIA 1 47 MURRIN KIRK 1 63 MUSSON DAVID - 47, 62 MARY after game parties Football 3 CIF Wrestling SANA COWBOY Mexico City Band 23 Wrestling 4 Lynne Prom 23 Homecoming 4 Auto Shop 4 Cont Family Life Wedding BARBARA MY BRIDE NAGODE TERRI 1 48 Memories Of Summer of 76 w!ALLAN JS Bi The GANG Junior Yr w!MB Partying wr'CA Apple Eat In in History Homecoming 76 w!AB Skiing Times at Glv Raggedy Ann Bi Andy on Halloween Spending Time w!.IS 81 SC Great Time at Concerts The Beach Dancing ECT Always Keep Your Heart Alive with LOVE Thanks For The MEMORIES 293 Credits NEELON KAREN 1 48, ol NEES TERRI - 48 Remembers Rambling to Parties Buckys Street Concerts Brianhead Apple Apt Parties Football Games Best Times withaall you Y Frs Monty Youngman Bargain BG The Mikes Bucky Uncle Rock Fats Zimp and Pals I2:3O AM Window meetings and Bogus 2 FOVP Good Bye NELSON KELLY - 48 NELSON BILL 1 48, 23I Remember Golfing Till I0 at NITE at RV WMM MB FC Getting in Car Wreck wr'MM 8- FC Stealing Flag after Hole in one Times Spent at Beach w AS DW Friends Of Whom I Will Love Forever All The Help MB Gave Me But Most of all The BEAUTIFUL Girls That I Will REMEMBER Forever Even GW and Homecoming 76 Plans Archit Design 8- Co NELSON KELLY 1 63 Remember tons of funW!Moio Eliio La Pee Pao Pay San Ono SS-'25 Zuv + Fas Charlie LAwfJLO!JPC + Buds Unforgettable Rocky Horror Show Loving Clarence Ann Di Kim Beaner Shane tNik Poof in Onofre B Braggins BML AZEKE'S MYSTIC Utah wfBro I7tl1B wfMo Family Stan Fred Bubble + Steve Dirk at AM w!MOM Dad + SIS YaKnownAtlmean? NICKEL PHILIP 1 63 NISSEN TONI1 38, 48, I I 3 NORMAN MICHELLE 1 48 NORTON MARK 1 48 PARTYING at the River with RP KW Jumping off 40 Cliffs Going to CIF Games and After REMEMBER Having Good Times With NC SS PJ DT Getting MARRIED To SF Ooaps NOVEMBER MARK 1 48 NUCKOLS BILL 1 48 NYMAN RICK - -- 48, I I9 RemembersGoing To CIF Finals In Football I975 76 Also Basketball Quarter Finals ln I976 Making a Charity Basketball Game A Success in I 976 Being Part Of Championship Football Team and Track in I976 OATLEY NANNETTE - 49 MEMORIES: B.F. W L.R,8- R.S. HOW LONGL.R.? WEINEL 8. WEIRD HAROLD, GET YOUR TOE. . . FAT CLASS. 3 21 76 P.T.L.RENDEVOUS, A YR. FULL OF LIFE,DEATH,VICTORY,DEFEAT. QUIT KIPS, GROWIN' UPI? HALLELUJAH, I CAN DO ALL THINGS THROUGH CHRIST WHICH STRENGTHENETH ME. LOVES ALL MY BUDS:JB,HL,CM,CH,DP. SENIORS:GOD BLESS YOU 81 GOOD LUCK!! OFSTHUN PAUL 1 49 OLSON CARLYNN 1 49 OTA DARALEE 1 22, 50, 76, I I8, 27l 234-CSF 3-Dance Production 3-Journalism, 4-Annual REMEMBERS: The Spider in the darkroom Hancock Park's Pershing Sq. Politician guitar and the tennis match with Mt. Dew Custonce Everything You Wanted to Know About Lenin but Were Afraid to Ask. "Success is never final and failure never fatal It's courage that counts." OWEN5 RUSS 1 63 REMEMBER:Bill Mullen and did alot of goofy things. Also being a new student during Senior year. Also singing in the Concert Choir. THE great looking babes. Also going steady with Laurie .lanes a Soph at UCB. Also how great the football team was and how spirited everyone was. Also breaking collar bone, "THANKS VPHS" PALMQUIST TERRI 1 50 to sing!" Remember: Birds, Twit Fagten Sieetwas? li 'I 4 ANFSCD "But father I don't want to get married, I .II ill! x bunny L's in H Herrings "for anger is but for a Q 1 A and his favor for a lifetime. Weeping may carry Ifyflfy . ' night, but joy comes with the morning" Psalm mosi 6f un. His ROYAL JObl John 8:36 1,9 f PARHAM WILLIAM - 63 I I l ii' 3,1 PARISER ERIC 1lO3, 63 - PARKER CATHERINE 1 50 Remember: Beachhouse NeilYoung Tennis team Con. Rash GR JS C GOP Carlsbad TA Baine Klima ET TO PW WA MR OD Tennis with Fred ZZ Top with Pete Best times with Pops Ski trips Jogging with CK JD and KN Hawaii Halloween with Steve and Karen B. No more fighting Jr. PARKER CRAIG 1 50 .64 I O'BANNON DAVID - 63 4' ' A N PARKER KEVIN 1 63 545325 O'DONNELL MARTY - 49 PASTORIUS KAREN 1 50, 91, I I4 ONEILL PETE 1 49 I REMEMBERS Football8iBasebaIl,Parties - ,Z g PAIILSON ANNETTE C 63 FUBARSRAMBLING Best times Baskeiimii qgggg dsfl I 5 if house summer Rambles wILQNe34ER,EOIzggIZ r 5, g, IAEA SHERI1 so BROTHER MILT ROB RAT xfl ol is sharing laughter 8. making life long HAY SC: PACK POWER GAGIIRIG 'eg:',fQ'LE I Remembers: 871 I X75 Pooh Hockey 81 ALL T E T S THE LAST GREAT .,, wfthe twerps .IH IH PB CT . . . Powderpuff WAGON WHEN WE ALL GOT by 5L,Summer 75 I 6th birthday All dances 81 prom wf GCI-DENROD f 'Q' ' havin fun Always remember: Rowdiness is the lfhfrgiuit of happiness! OADE5 LAURQ1 48 will ALWAYQEMEMBER vPHs PEARSQN YN - 50 their WILL FORGET HAVING with TN and ri ,I0,,WILL ALWAYS meeting sms gyvgtgi NEVER FORGET RM WITH If?Memorable time Miss vP't2Qg2": Q WZFORWARD TO TI-IE MISS mystery rnan I ff'fi3?W' Beachhouse 75-76 Footballgames DB BM TR ESP SR Troy -boys Parties a George Mahonj Lame Flashers Blue SN Continental Framptor Qfmg ii I Iii Ulloi 10111 110161 SIIIMI iSl0U5 Annual ,coal Pitt, Dlth will Know I is neiii aunts, mgilli ingiiigm so oi ow ieii EWU , PEDERSON IAN - 50 PEDROSO PETER - 50 PEREZ JAMES - 63 PEREZ RICHARD - 63 PERILMAN MICHAEL - 5, 63 PETERSEN DANA - 50 Plans to travel Likes - Art Roses Showeres Rod Stewart White shoulders and down bags Remembers - camping with DB's wak Kckl Marshal Tucker proposition Being Froc's right-hand-man Norwegian Delight Doubling at dances with CA JH "for" night fun DDeals with Diane LCS Prom Wouldn't have survived VP without Jeff DP loves JH PETERSEN TIM - 50 PETERSON KRISTA - 50 .- Remember: All my friends at Villa Park office clerk 1 ior Secretary 2 Librarian assistant 3 Entered Villa Park ,I 55" d rama 4 5 in . DAVE - 50,212 ix Qviemories of: Pat John Tony Bob Mike and John: Getting during summer of 76: cM DH LM Mia vp ss if while peeps left Going out for Fb Track :IF , 3 eague Champs in track Going to football ' Zlayirig detective at Bfactory Always having to Qfwl. ,.g trouble Meeting LS LB JW AH LB New ,W lf, 1 4'FiELPHS MELINDA - 50, io7, 108 V Remembers - Yogi ogg? me "A single z I, ,,,' can be my garden?flfjg,fQggfZ5Q'S'arigleading "77" ., .- JV C0fqt162flbr1i75 76 77 Snow White ' r,on1,Mrs2?Cf'?!ou and me against the world" 'ff 9111! I 4 Q 1 2-'fffx i 5 I ,, 711 J I I J fl J ff f f ,y f f' ll , 1 fi! 7 ' 3 f 1 li ,Q A, , 4, U il I 0 I Qffffmi gf iii' f'f ", 14-,,--J .- 1 1 ggi lgendsf I I' f f' ff f I I f, ' ,fl 1 i Cori, I 10 IW leiiimei Hum ghtng Ii, long y li itI!'P'Ill WI' 55 ig IIIE i ibrllitll ,yt Illfld iii till' if ' Zz! 4 -. 5 ?3QZ?griigLiPs TE Riii - 50 if-5 I Riciamzo - so Zo :Z . ,Qw- I 'mem , ' iagfqzfyi LA Beat Poetry Suicidal Hockey t Xmas 'Murphy Kissing an Folk ce a little too close Fake Farrells Birthdays Addictive 125575 Zhing Parkinglot crunch LA and VM driving lHow?l liking to our diets Soothing lurichtime music And IT'S f LY THE TAKING THAT MAKES YOU WHAT YOU ARE ,W A , f' Y :sf ,. t 'KSTHUMA VALERIE - 50, iqaiffiioa fgnembersz D-land 75-76 Ds?Hgj5gRonnie Sheryl Ron . gang and all my great of there Feelings youahyum! S Clemente Football games H217 '-' ' ' . Drill team Cheer Summer afJfZ6gt?arties Debs toilet STH loves Your absolutelifiglfi-tl Great Friends! 2 .,,,, , , , ,ZQZQZIYOUER MARK ,ff ,,wELL GREG - 50, 21 2 flhembers: Track and Cross three years Q mal friends and Stan also Lou ancl Jack Efa 'F' g he 5thl sure thing man' The May Festival POWELL RICHARD - 50, 191 Remembers: football CIF Ramblin with MN KW FR River with KW MN Jumping aff 40' cliff Parties at Joshua tree with SB MA MF RR PS JS Enduros Off roadin in the Mav POWELSON DEAN - 5, 231, 95 Half-time shows Symphonic Band West Point process Parades Mexico City 11th grade history Napoleon PRATT CRAIG - 51 PRETTYMAN CLAUDE - 51 Remembers: Skiing Working at C8-C Seeing the bus run Cruzing backwards "DR PEPPER" my camino Speedway . . .poker Malibu Cabin at Big Bear and talking during nutrition Plans to goto college. . .See you later. . . PRIMAC MARCIA - 51, 96, 97 ASB Secretary Chamber Singers Dance CKP Remember: Sacramento trip with EM Searching for contact with SY and KM Beachhouse of 75 French IV "Woman" Homecoming of 75 with FE CP 8. EB Reagan? Who concert with EM and CP Chemistry with JV JD and gang Story time You're bru Friends like CP SV KM RH EM JV JD Bi JS Make life easy PRITCHARD MICHAEL- 32, 51 PRZYSIECKI DEBRA - 51 PUSKAS JEFF - 51, 53, 78 CIF Football Championship Game Ramblin around the backstop Going to the Speedway Then to Camelot with Waldo and Smuck Fighting at Basketball games Skiing for the first time Backpacking with Mahon Leslie and all the great times with her Ice skating Getting out of this school RAISSDANAI DARAB - 63 RALSTON KATHY - 55 RASMUSSEN GARY - 51 RATZLAFF DONNA- 41, 51, 76,113, 118, 271 Odyssey '77 Benchwarmers CSF AFS Remembers JD KB RB JD KD DM SB BM GM SW AM BM Ftbl 8. bsktbl CIF After games Raids Trash cans Farrels Xmas on crutches Jrs 8. Sophs deadline w!JK Life in R3 ASLJ for lunch Girl- Date-Boy 75 w! SE KB DS Tydibowlers 81 Team 7 BM chair in Am, Lit. Brunt's US History CSF Univ. Stud. All VP Grads of 1977 RAY TIM-34, 49, 51, 212 Remembers Ramblin' with the boys Football CIF 3 Missing it 4 LMM 2 Track 234 with Mack BenBen and all the boys Friends w!Bob Barry Jim 8- Joe Steve 8- Jerry especially Chris D. Dick Brunt Dave 8. Mike Auto w!Mr, Sanford I will always remember SHARON TORINA. Thank you REED DONALD - 51 REEVES VICTORIA - 63 REGAN TIM-51 .,., .51 ,I1r, ri ' Kathy-Parties-Green Riverf.Q,QZgifi1rg1ioUnd5 Ricky Roger DUYS WXMOVQUU on Santiago wfSS X' Tustin Ave 'Ramble New YearsA2nd sem. oiig, ,gjsusied wiireiisiciiisio Pass Lake wx ,145 , -f tit. ff KC gagypiash Prom 76 ska buddy KC Dirt Bikes ff YES concert But best of all thenggid ram e f j,V,4iiClQg wfRandy Plans Ski MAHA Forever!!! X ff f I' I f if j,,c3f,f.xo.' 3,1 ,, J' 4. REITER GAYLE - 51,113 Beachhouse Speedway BP BS SN Parties at Girks and acunans Colorado Cruisers Eight with JR over TA Rico WOP Bean Benchwarmers Ski trips Rich Louis John and Brads Group Bond Hawaii Good times with TA RM HP TT CP BA JK KO RG MR LD DC JN WA SE KN TD JR The coolchise gang Love always TA Smile God Loves Youl RELF STEVEN - 47, 52 Remember Great times in MASH My Fair Lady 8- Algernon Can't forget cabin 18111 with DM DH SS CM RA TK CM8-others Tennis team with partner DM Getting hit in head with rainbow Skiing in walloughbies REYNOLDS PAUL- 30, 63 RHOTON LISA - 52 Meeting new friends Getting to know old ones better All the way in CIF Senior year Rosy 8- happy at football games Tennis team Homecoming 74 wfTR Coronation w "JK BF 8. LJ GDB wfRG KK MW Laughing till crying San Clemente 34 Tennis buds DC 8- DB My beautiful friends who have gotten me through the sad 8. happy times MD LJ BS 8 NO RHOTON LORA - 63 RIDDLE MARK - 63 RIDDLE MITCH - 63 RILEY GAY - 63 RIOS STEVE - 52, 178 Hi I did iust about everything Craze in school with my friends Like when George was running for President and he won with over 200 votes and owning 186 votes in school We were all craze in 10 grade and when we look back we could of got killed the things we did Now I have 58 boxes to fill now 31 boxes Now I say good-bye ROANEY ROXANNE - 52 ROBBINS DAVID- 52,100,178,179, 195, 196,197 ROBERTSON RICHARD - 63 ROBILLARD TERRY - 41, 52, 98, 99, 113 Benchwarmers 77 Remembers: football games Sign painting w!LJ 8. Venus Bananasplits wfKS Hermits Babes ff, Faucet Face Hair Bear Halloween Psychos Bi Jack-a-Iopygsgg in Murph's Bionic Spartans Blueboy '75 "Today tomorrow you hoped for yesterday." ' "'rff1 ew?2?5TiljZ:fi?g17'fZ Roocsizs TARYN - 53 I Y ' ' 1 U I Q. "cam do ai better" RJ Hill'-'Flying WS' LLICR 'DM PP f Hollywood Swingers --'Dflnrid new years Knotts Scary I' Farm Sambos after Wd"BalI'oon Pants 8. knickers Bowie C0I'1Cefl ,'74f 7576 "" G etthe funk outa ma face" The Y0Wt9,'Afi1eri2hu Strikes Again!! ROGERS STEVEN - 53 ROMANDY JIM - 53 Remember: Growing up fast in three years at Villq Park and making mistakes Hearing about bad teachers but never having any Remember the circus called H,.,,:, "Registration" Wisconsin 75 and crush an LA Hassles Grades Skiing y ROSE LARRY - 52 I X i ,5i"'7' Credits 299 ,ff I in ll , I . - illiiil 3 .- ' bl ,f ' 5' ,f iitl ' ,, ' f, ,- :5f:?ff2 jf' '? , - -V.: Q'- : 1 7 ' ff ,ff I :- "4zf:'15"" ' F I ROSE BOB - 52, 53,178,104 Remember Var Fb 34 CIF Var BB 34 Good times with PB 23 Great friends MB TR DR MM HD MS CF LD JJ JW MC LA Ramblin with Damien 8. Gang Big Moc Si Tiny HINY The wierd but mature woman KLBIMM Just getting FUBAR 8. Always having a great time Live it up while you con! No 1 Skyrocketer Plans to become another Burt Reynolds ROSSINI JOSEPH - 52 ROYCE TODD RUEDY LYNNE - 52, 76, 271, 95 lwiggles 8- Quackyl Band 234 Mexico Parades ond Halftimes CIF 34 Goodtimes with:DM NL RS TM LZ FE SK KW TR ST 8- LS Prom 8- Sadie Hawkins 76 Crazy times with Tammy! Annual 4 8. Taking Pix Good times with Mike N special thanks to Mom 8- Dad for getting rrie through H.S. 8- thanks to all my friends who mode my life worth living SAMSVICK DEAN - 19, 53, 57, 74, 193, 212 Big foot. Satcp. Rose Bowl. Church gang. Girl talks. Hume Lake. Brigade trips. Villa Sweden. Bo Bohemian Rhapsody. PK. Pooh Bear. Big Five. Track 2 Varsity 3, 4, Oracle staff 3, Editor 4, Senator 4, CSF 2, 3, 4. And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God SAMUELSON KAREEN - 52 Remember:CB TC DA DW Soph. yr. Chameros TA for Hart Prom 76 Cato De Caze summer 75 CIF long ago-CC skiing 76 parties with friends Ice skating Cruzin with TC VB CB GH ar "MUFF" 76 with Gibbs Parties wffriends at KFC many good times wfDW. It's better to be hated for what you are, than to be loved for what you are not SANDERS BLAIR - 52 SANGERMANO GINA - 52 SANMARTINI ANN - 52 Remembers: the fun time being a TA for Mr. Muslemester can not forget the time I told everybody to get out of the back room andthe help attention that Mrs Gutowsky gave me in the reading class. Cruzing with LJ Looks back at the time Ron chased LE 8- SM all over school. R Fun times in Co-ed volleyball and VPHS games with Lisa SANT GAYLE - 52, 84 Memories:Fri night games8iSat night dance Late nights, choc.sunddes8-ClarkGable!JB'sWhenWiIlIGetSleep?MB It started in a parking lot Utah8iSLCboysvolks.crash8-broke hose Elton8iLM concerts beach8-SmoothiesYUMGirls camp8.mountoins"Friends I will remember you"JB DB OA LZ MT LE LH CB JD 8. the other Gayle -- Thanks for being you JB SAPP LINDA - 52 Memories -- BFA-Zunch DT2,3 camp, hello Grunt,stripper Sapphead-Buttface BNPT-Sor.Mom, SB cherries, Laguna, Mit,lunch at Zuch's Dag's-shaf. park, roller s.-ski-stunt my winnie crusin'in mago,micko8imustang San Diego,Dan F. Parties with DD8iRfBlackoutsl lab Jols D.Toco wils S.S. nail kit the apt. gang, DP, carls, KMX GOAT 9-23-76 SATOR LINDA - 19, 53, i I3 Remembers:Sandra Carol Sue Dawn Carol Debbie Ann- honey, Brunt and that bay,Phil.Campus Hi board, Tennis and Bus rides to the matches.Sav.Dick's form and ankles, Jogging Yes!Opols. Monty Python NO Photo. Football 300 Credits games,hiapins,marshmolIows.Going bananas with CA 8- DV Homecoming with Phil lClickl Like that? SCHALK RANDY - 52, 212 Remember: Sadie Hawkins JM. Jr Sen Prom LW 52 Chevy Track 75, 76, 77. Summer 75 and 76 Canadian Rockies lALL RIGHTIII SCHENDEN DE ANNA - 52 Recalling crazy times w!MH at Donut shop, Onofre in the rain, twice! Cruzen VP for construction workers Getting Higher on saddleback Mt. Prom 76 wfPat. 3 years with M in ceramics. Getting to know o fellow red -- Marsha. Parties w!TC SJ DC LC? Good ol KN. Time spent w! Mike. Farewell VP, Glad to be free of you. SCHENK JEANIE - 52, 127, 95 Remember: Music Man' w!Jim,droma,band,Mexico City promw!DW Football halftimes parades crying after cyrano, T the cabin w!Bill. Wizard of Oz. Br. ColeMan hollywood Best Friends.Helping Jim Landis with his special problems Love to all SCHERER GREG - 52, 57, 83 Chambers 34,Ensemble 234,Cyrano and my Lady with Jo. Remembers Great Jokes and no laughs, Special friends in Jesus and some on the wayg and my Joanne. "Jesus said, come to the water stand by my side, I know you thirst you won't be denied. I felt every tear that you cried, and I strove to remind your for those tears I died" SCHIAVO MICHELLE - 52 Remember the shadows of misty yester years. Whip cream fight with CH, CH, 8- CT. Football games, cruising after with CS 8. TC. Beach, Mama 8. the Maggots. Good friends McDonalds, Moll Parking lot, motorcycles, best friends stick. Prom 75 Poddleboats, with Jeff Jansen 8- Mike Kerr 81 Lorrie. Lendsays second period. 77 SCHIMMEL LISA - 52 Remembers,TigerMacDougLotusChicoArchieSpugit WK'76 Cruzen-Summer75FootbaIlTrackSkoterMcDon. eekCudaPartiesRoutes PowderpuffCougarRaceSnoopy RaggedyAndyBeachHouse75Hawaii 74,76CampusLifeSkiAspen MannothCaro75Home75,75Oronge Sadie76,Ken, Puka,MD,JL,SA,AH,KL,DA,SS,SF,CrisRodJimFonz. Never forget Tom.SwimTeamGAAS-Clubhouse Rep. 3, 4 SCHORR CRAIG - 3, 53 Thank you Ray. . , I GUESS THERE WILL ALWAYS BE PRETENDERS SCHRADER KERK - 54 SCHRIEFER MIKE SCHULTZ SHERRI - 54 SCHWARTZ DEBORAH - 54 SEAMAN MARY Remembers Taffy,Margi,I 1!7!75,My Tiger,falling in love-Carl-Our day will come. Sisdiles sadness,Likes roses, closeness,loving carl.Plans to get married, Stay with Carl Esparzo always. Thank you Carl for being there, being you, understanding, for the memories, 8. thanks to my friends - memories 81 friends add so much to life. SELANDER MIKE SELBY DENISE - 54 SELBY ELIZABETH - 54 SENATOR LORI - 54 SENNE BILL- 54, 103 SENNET STEPHANIE 4 54 Soph yr, JV cheer, Munchin out w!MC DH CO RO nation-36O's w!TR 76 Prom w!MA Party onthe hill. My best buddies Linda Lori Kathy Meeting Jane. Toyo 4 sticky. Beach house 75. MB's, BD, Excuse me sir. River rats. Carls-football games. Growin up-LA. Hc Vic all those precious and few moments shared. VP-77 RULES SHAKER MELESSA SHARPE ROBERT - 54 SHAW KEN SHEARER MELINDA P - 54 I will always remember GAA Skiing the beach all the football games and all the other good times I've had especially the radicals SHEARER RANDAL SHERMAN GAYLE - 54, 67 Here We Go! fun w!J, J Bi J, PAT COLINS w!JL Wedding w!SB chem bud-MM, Stealing lights, Limo, TO JD - thanks for being a great Friend Pixie w!JB to MA-SS VAEA beachhouse, boops, My key,XLENT black Jack Barber 'ffl 48, garage sweet garage, black Star Cruises, SKIING, MAGS!!! AND MAY YOU BE FOREVER YOUNG SHERWINDT JANN - 24, 54, 118 Remember ditching period 4 Block Sabath concert Farells working at K Mart McDonalds Star of Slam Bowling CS LA PS PT SP LW light bulbs 8- auto ports Pringles waxed seats in peats car driving with no lights telling Mr. C he was wrong trying to go skiing DanJoses Grad Night 76. HMATURITY AND SELF-ACTUALIZATIONH fvg- : ,, " SHRIKIAN NECTAR - 54 SHULL GARY - 54 SHULTZ STEVE - 9, 53, 54, 107, 178 Well old man here's what you did. Desert "75," Backpacking with VM, KK 76. Humbolt 76. Searching with friends. San Diego Zoo, Day hiking, December picnics. Beachhouse 74, BA JA, BEST TIMES with LM. Football 74,76 CIF finals, Hoovs, Mamoth Mt. Rocky racaon, my god, it's so useless, but still never lose hope for hope is the essence of life SIDLER JIM - 54, 212 SIFUENTES LORI - 54 Remembers: Soph yr. "Dreanin-nschemin" with Chris. Working at Woodworth meeting o lot of new friends. Summer of 76 My first date with TG. My night out at the beach with MR. Football games with KM All the fun times spent with Mike ond Karrie. Always remember T-Shirt Clay Ot Woolworths - Let's Boogie! Mag and Lol. Stop'I SILVERMAN STEVE - 54 River with PM Basketball Jr. year with the gang New Year soph year with JT party at JT,TF SIPE JANE - 54 Rememberflndiano-Prom 74,75 Floats Class Sec. 11 i, l 1 1 titer ill lllll the icd I teililiig lit NG, fuielli 1g CS waxed , C he glit 76, itching nbet tlt llll Roclit ose hott it, Chris, tiietill loiiolti iellllllm silcslll 1101, iii ng W Sec ' sg, Betse,Jane,BH CS SC SR CC RS BA Baxes,Cotail,parties,Josp.,Guys,Lake,Zestos,Tooth,lubb,A- N,PG SR 3-rivers,gaing a way. CA-Beach,Letters, Linda Steph Kathy Lori VP CIF FB CARLS JR.LISA Parting, Puander, Jack-In-The-Box,CupsnNo Guys,St,LJ LR S PASA DENA, FINALS HHS SKELLY JOHN - 63 SMALL SHAUNA - 55, IO6, IO7, lO8 SMITH JODY - 55 SMITH KATY - 55 SMITH MATT - 55, 59, 107, 172, l74, 175 Remembers meeting someone very close to me Blue Eyes soph WP Champman House Itchy Ya Gusto 3 Musketeers Headache Homecoming 75 Prom 76 with Nadia New Years 76 Bowiethink I heard Fame buddies MM HD MAC Sunbeam and Apples Dadmobile Raggmopp Pregame warmups with Mark Disco Duck Wack Pack WP CIF OJBAR THANKS KT KC BEAR SMITH SUE - 55, 69, 84 Remembers:Rats Good times w!CD LV SC Gangster Day, Girl date Boy 76 Dance Marathon Palm Springs, San Onefre, SSC Wedding, Concerts Dancing Bud MW Beach House 74875 Applause CL WXJD Rambler Deli Kimba Mae Bombeany. To Sir wr' Love - Thanks Hart! A117-e--My Life Stpru!A star is Born Ebony Eyes. 1' fave You MOM AND DAD SNELLBAKER RHONDA -- 55 Special Memories w!Best Bud Nanny Poo: Poems Prayers and Promises, Love Song Kidnapped 16. Girl date Boy and Sadie Hawkins wfSpecial Love Tom. Beautiful Friends in JC: CM LR JB LB SD GA CJ and Especially the time w!Friends and Jesus is the same Yesterday Today and Forever. He's The Love of my LIFE SNYDER DIANE - 56 Remember good times with KSTTR. Drill team '74-75. Football games. Getting my first Car. Meeting STEVE 8. makipg future plans. Big Bear with LE BK 8- Steve. New friends VT SM DF DB DD JM JS TC SOKOLOFF JEFF - 34, 56, 212 Spanish with SR JC Coach McKie Mr. Williams Mr. Rowe Mr. Gale US History Mr. Brunt Mr. Cameron speech class with DK MB 81 CO. Homecoming 75 DH JV Baseball MK MA ECO With Murph Carolyn P. Richard S. Lori M. Jim M. Sandra Y. Tony L. Macia P, Adv. Comp Huy Mrs Ching Research Paper cross country 76 Mike Wong Stan VanDenBurg THANKS SORENSEN CHRISS SOUZA LAURIE - 56 SPANGLER PENNY - 56, 238 Remember: Jan and the badminton team. My going away party and then me not leaving. All the great CIF football games. Wants to forget having to move in my senior year. The cross country and track team in 73,74 and 75. I hope to never forget JH GG BH GW AND Especially SS SPECK PRICE - 56 SPEICH KAREN- 56, IOB, 104 Remembers:CHS,EMH 'Rides,MT Party 75 "Where did you get the flashlight?" 3 Stooges,beach summer 75, Spirit days 75,76,Toyo 5:LA KC SS LL.GYGlMSl, LongJohns,LA slumber party TP episode at Slater. Hitting parkinglot fence. VW races,cemetary parties, Wild LM JK Parties Summer of 76 and Beezer rombles with DR, Seus. "OH NO!" SPETH AMY - 53, 56 STAAB GREGG - 56 Remember:All I I Dances with Christine. Football games, Parties, Halloween, Fido PSR Foo MMIL. Aerosmith f' Guess who concert fun times with CK AT Stax. Tom's Accident. Christmas 75 in the snow, away from home Being married to Christine in Owens Class. JV Baseball and Hopefully CIF Baseball '77 sTAcv NORMA - 55 STAGGS MICHAEL- 55 STAMOS JOHN STANDLEY JOHN - 56 STARKE SUSAN-I9,56,93, 113, 87, 1 14, 237 STATOM KAREN - AI , 56, 113 STEVENS LISA - 56 Remember: DLC Good times Ram Aerosmith Rim Homecoming 76 Rim NA RAM Friday nights Deluse 3 Mos Sept 6 Sat Pics TM RM MD KM Washington on Sammamish King CO DB MH MH LT TW LW SOCCER mercer Island 2-I 77 STEVENSON MICHEAL - 56, I 78, T82 STEVENSON STEVE - 56 STEWART CATHY - 51, 56 Remember: Ski the Idaho Potato Music Room Headaches HF Sundaes Herver 8. TP Balloon Our Tree AD Insanity Gam Joggins Gradnight 76 BB Tap Dance My good luck Utah trip 75, Bla sab concert Traditional Peanut butter sandwiches Illogical chats with Mr. C, zany moments with JS PT PS LA BG STONE CHRISTA - 56, 84 Remember times w? Letty Spaghetti Leenie Kimby Fine Arts Freaks CFG I good year w!VE Lunch in the Minardi Van ST 8. DT skiing at Tahoe Edith Ann Best Years?? Sr yr 8. mono!! Mrs Gibbs 8- Mrs Ching I Quality teaching Sadie Hawkins '76 High School is neither a time nor a place but a state of mind - Led Zep. I am and I will. . . STREIT DONNA - 56 Remember: soph year partying with the Borg Bros. and Earl's Grill San Onofre and Ocean Beach NJ summer Lars house '76 Jeff Salson Sea Days with JW GM KD TL SW DU forget: getting ripped twice STUETZEL RICHARD - 56 SULLIVAN BARBARA - 56 Wonderful memories of new and old friends The fun in Harts class with TE and SF Going to the liquor store with LR and LJ at lunch meeting all kinds of new friends Having my best friends there when I needed them LR and LJ All the fun things we did during the year Going all the way in CIF my senior year was the best Thanks SUMMERS DAVE - 56,195 SUSTACEK JOHN -- 56, I 78 Kickback Beezei Ramblies Parties W Red Marty Skins Rick Corby and Buddies BM BB RD Rita MG MR Kool Chis Abin JS TS Football Stoutage 8- Bond Cruzin Deolin Surfin Longhair Bogas DA BB MD Earl Boogie Man Lori M Diane S 8 our Troubles ditching 76 friends CK Vic all the chewies plans NO Karen Slaters eh? SWANK GARY - 63 SWISTOK PAULA - 63 SZOBONYA PETER - 56 Remember Football Games Farrels US History AD and our special notes on lectures Santa Ana courthouse going outta lunch to get Pringles Bowling at Brunswick Thanks to Friends PT JS CS LA SP MW VW Black 5 Concert Skiing if we ever can go Physics ICM Drafting Elec "Da not fear failure for it is knowledge" TAEN CARLA - 57 TAFOLLA ALEC - 63 TALMAGE DAVID - 57, T49 TANAKA DENNIS - 57, 76, 271 TARBUTTON THOMAS - 57 TARDIF MICHELLE - 57 Remembers growing up with JR CA MC. Best times: BB Cabin 73. Fishing8-hunting w1'Dad.Carmel w 'GC Prom 76 wfTM KB SB-Chex Cory. Homecoming 76 w,'IA SanFrancisco, Limo. First car Mar.76.TalToe w ' the Ballantynes Ski!! Jogging at Newport wf'lA JR. Nikki 8. Cuddles. Good friendship wf'CH. Goalrto be a Suc. Cosmetologist. See you later. TAVERA MICHELLE - 57 Best times wfbuddies Lynne Olgie Janice Laurie Kim S. Cathy.Soph yr Beg foods w LZ 8. MK knowing KM TM 8: SB Concerts Girl date guy 76 Homecoming wi TM Zweller's beachhouse KK's Beachhouse Skiing w Smizel racoon face steaming RW's tuna boat 8 bezerk! Surprise attack on LZ S OA by MK Good times wi' TM and Gonna ramble an TAVERNIER PAUL - 58 Remembers: ROP, working summer'76 with KD DM VM BV LA along with their stoires. Senior history with JS PS CS. Eating lunch around the tree and going out for pringles. Going away dinner at Don Jose and all our plans to go skiing and to the beach. Best times 34 with Pete Jann Cathy Liz Kathy Dorothy Val Brent Dana Kathy Sherre and Brian TAYLOR DEAN - 58 TAYLOR GREG - 63 TEMPLE CATHY - 63 THENE DAWN - 58, I I8 Remembers CIF football games, Parties ditching, going to the beach, lake havosu with John W. Dancing my l8th birthday water polo games swim season '76 Always making a fool of myself. My friends: LB BF JG DK MF NRA LA LR MF SE FE and all the Rest. . . Well VP, see ya later on in life Credits 3Ol I I Il It Ti I, Qjr- - THOMAS TERESA -- 58 Remember:AII the friends I had to share with me the best years of my life I'Il never forget speedway ot costamesa i ding Bruse's house with Gayle the Beach House we ed. The ski and my best friends GR HP JB TA Rico M L. . . The band Ditching history and the fun times er forget the first year at VP- skiing with Diane - GR I , cgi' DEBBIE- 53 y ' ,. I . I I I I I '3- eating Beach house and Terri and Chris 'io -T65 Brad C's Dave,Spaghetti Factory, Tennis ball A -' -. li my hair with Vicki rainstorm and floating in my ' A L- if 'i'.. Judi, Stacy at CW, Tennis with Linda, No more TIMPA 1 COLLEEN IO0, I07, 232, 235, 239, 237 Radicals Dhers hc-fthey I I il 2. II Track w JP MC MP late night BU 5 ichops queen little intense keep Sue ramlin illegally Des Grub Faith games :J my 8rS acc w!MB San .. , 1 ootball season I 8- last- what CB For being future but day be 75 Pink tights SW WW Michael LS the lady Kong GREQWQQ. I. I Remg ,51 4 ':,' ! 1 f"f'E ft f ater Polo I0th Cross Country. -'-'i:' good concerts during summer and I , . I at feat herly park Homecoming and the 76 I Name-s TURLEY SANDRA - 58 Remembers Good Games Parasol Bells .W TURNER DOUG - 58 Remember my biggest mistake going out for XC. The Big 5 My friends XC 3 Track 4 The Friday nights at Farrels. Weekends with JD B5 PA JB MB etc The Beach and tour Always remember a night out with Fora Facuet Live for today and dream for tomorrow. And look but don't touch TURNEY JERRY - 58 Remember River Trip 74 with PM SS TF Parties at TF's 5.5 Streaking. New Years Eve '75 Prom of '76 and all the good times with Pam H TYREE MATTHEW- 63 ULRING D ,Isa VAHLA ARGIT - sa VAN ALSTINE CHRIS - 58 Remembers Partying with BARGS KN PW JW black star skinnydipping W? Jack Daniels football games CIF IT WAS A Plans to travel and lust enioy LIFE friends good times Hawaii 8. 'Get Togethers" The Who 8- of '76, Beachhouse in '74 Crushes TR getting lost in the Desert the espirt, I car The guys ering BFD the 34, 59, 98, trades I MY FAIR ' w!Buns P . 3 arking lot rady's 6th BEST YEAR - 59, 2l 2 1ate and Tom Mike D Bay and ed for Pain PSA and Grunge zu won't Break me DOWN 'ounds Trips with Pals 8- Best Running - m member toose leathers 81 iris K Talking to my Shrinks Vmunchin at Swen's and REW that aussie Babe Cheering at S.A. Times in 8. out of 4th THANK GOD lT'S OVER!! ,98,99,lI9 I VEREGGE JON - 45, 59, 212 7 Remembers Jenkins class PSA runs truck and ianitar barages Marader burnouts Maysoms 5 idiots girls coming into my room and takingnme Meadopgark Goldelqcks rgritziifiIW'IfQff2Ii'f '-,: Q 'Z BAIQMTWI BAILE CIFIniuryman tint' viii? USCYV Q ' 'en becgmeiq ' pilot and make t viCKERs WADE ... , viELL lyvl 1 A Remembers ifmgrack wan LS LD LM TM . J 'Q ' E M1 of kr ' L-'lrta mf- 51 ,- parties RFed Two of Us Gangster Day Burps TFs San O Palms-Art for Art Sake SF-WINGS E.T.P.-Camp, Las V Katella Boys Tetic Nimrod-P THANK U HART Turn me on DEADMAN Beatles Barb Bowie Rag I bury Paul VIRUS RANDALL - 22, 60, I05, 95 Remembers Band at Mexico City Hacklers Room Football games ticket Plaza MMIL, MODEL A Asked to leave at L.L. Halloween 76 2nd Anniversary sitting on the Benches before school and Lunch going out to Lunch Homecoming 75 spending Sadie Hawkins dinner with Brewsters Double Dating with Chris and Gregg VIXIRITO, . . - E Remembers s 'L 'BJ's porch Indian chants 8. Rick boats in the harbor 8 fun on the wall w!AH DB PV GR EV Good time at the beach wfRN KEEP COOL DB DE DD JM CH SO LB SM VT Fine times at LB's house good times in the field 8- parking lot the bouncers. We're too smart for ya Donna Blood 8- Dave Fenn Stay together VLCEK MARLENE - 60 VOIROL WILLIAM - 63 WADDLE VICTORIA - 60 We may not have had peanut butter but we had Fun! Remembers BA GOOD TIMES AND BAD LW whois my IT. SW GW KW LVBOOM PS CS And their gang ESP Ecially JmF. Beach house QQ QCZ, Prom 76 Homecoming, CIF'75 76 How can you Eat a Whole one of those JH Gina Headache Mr.M Get out HS is no BFD Parties at KW's WADE BOB - oi NEW Van Getting fiiiaared with the team telling jokes getting pokes Housefpf rep Shella what becky 77 V Lips Begtin wildly Lemorfiack wasbest Matin cross country Orange ramble cutiing class going to the football games totally fuburness. Gumge land 20 tarties all the dances parties going steaking ski draging in theV WAGERLE KEITH Remembers man at riding at Roudy AND EH Vail Tahoe Dances Best River with MN RP Cycle acing Coto De Caza. RP LD PC DA TE KD NA 60, 212 75' s. Popped with JH JL. WILD Y with SS, JP, Football games. SS Streaking TIMES AT Baseball WALKER PHILIP - 60 WALL SHELLEY - 60 Remembers:Homecoming 74 MT Geometry and Squeaks fast Cars Son Clemente summer football games parties 245-76 getting married Sandie the Clubhouse skiing 5 I I I I r I it I 1.5 5555 CharIie's Angels Biology moving you guys are crazy auto shop with Tim the Bakery the Parsal mad rambles and, MQDQi'ggldIand Cookies, 'M wmsu KATHY - so" , . :' I Witt WALTER CHERYL - bo, 233,-239 it Ti: le-W 23 wftuna spin MM JVITP MF MEXICOCFTY 75 'Mi .i s GAA23 8K slide CIF softball parties Remenlbers: Im Hlgmswf -'f 52 2 77 crunghasm go for itHEYfEil'P P Righteous, Europe Summeiiitb BHC, , If Camp,Quaggos8lradicaIs DW TS TJ RD SW PS LS JJ LS KR DO KS SB Soccer tearii7IIB'Fffi0lC I +5519- .. ., 5 tr, H0 il 'tm titit ,em Wi 'Wi itil JIW I DIDQ 9006 ie lon itltei Fun! elli :sul lies V lips nity games nces t Iiest l Cycle ilu. ill Nl Wllll mes. ,tml ei PM tlill 9 tlliflm Iwi 6 tdtlll Tritt' rift? iittlil itll MT KR DA8.SM. I don't know where I'm going but I'm on my way. . WALTZ JEFF - 61 '- A WALWORTH TIM - 16, I78 Remember Fubar in the skids crazy in GB and my pickups GFBA football with the moon man 75 76 CIF finals AC Bombs head butt MX OCIR TJ Racing Rats rambls water skiing with GB very cool R Schanafelt chew Deano Dix Janzen Gorge Mott Plans go crazy keep racing very foxy Ll WASTAL GLORIA - 60 ' -' - .B 3 all Games Beachhouse '75, Sadie Haw ins M- 50.1 ---' A , Concerts andthe concerts Ol the Gfeelml-GRB -A '76 Halloween'75 MY Fair Lady friends, 1 -' I LW SW PH VW PS We may not have pean H is twe have fun KW's Get Togethers w!M I4 s iing in Mammoth and Park City Waste Case Later Days Ice Water WAA WAYMAN MARK alm 1 I with LE, LL, house by VM trip and most of all PS . . . Soph 75-76 M Hal party Ft games All in school WENETA MARY - 60, 71, 73, 84, 107, 108 Remembers a dear friend Keith My 18 BD and Mickey's roses. Homecomings, being a princess my girl date boys Sadie Hawkins and Prom Songleading '77 w-MP Cltegfledding, Being kidnapped OUCH! Football CilF4treiE,ifQQiQieTaEhhouse 75 Talking w-Mrs. K Dancing for MK DR christmas '75 - K FRIENDS!!! 43 60 108 and ,gone KISS concert beach friday nights firebird 400. The ever clubhouse up all night sleep all day Friends MC JH KL KL Woodie BP and Gberg so many move '77 WILSON DJ - 60 Good timesg the WR Utah with fats, JS RH: Skimboarding at the V with Skiggs Muff frere skiing palomar Homecoming with CJ DH OINK Snibed Muff tn Big-K's car gotta hit the PG cruising, Friday Nights with the losers Lat pull 260 Ricks christmas present. Halloween RH BK FREg Rolf Prom 76 and many other good times with KS! WILSON GREG - 61 ' WIRE CHRISTI - 62 1 woNc MIKE-34, 62 Remembers how they said high school woqlcl be hard Making Mon 81 Wed feel like Sat Dec 27 Estes home from Dwight on 550 Buying 360 for futurgvplans. Lunch- Huyiz,Dr,Js,Tw. 360 16 Etsies N12 Thei:30-to 9:30 wait. JI I otter M vio D, if 2-hassle to gifto alleys 33 with the gant going in 81 out. Plans to gafio UCLS to escape . WOODSIDE STEVE - 62 'l Remember: TSG SM KR BP MB SL TN DH GA and all his cars parties with AT Football '75 8. 76 History with the Murph Comp with Hanger. I ' I WOODWARD cont - 63 5 5. wooiiev CYNTHIA - 63 WOOTERS si-term - 62, 69 lWOOl Remembers:DisneyIand Roni. Sunshine B Adrian dancing memories and all bu Bes F.Shauna Val Sharalyn Rita Old Loves J, CRUNCH mud parties Luth. Hi S.Clern gw l ilumber parties laughs Ear5"r'in Sil Beach Ski wf ., i.i,g R,O Brdwy plants truckrdirting B.B ear Love n'i, riendsfOct 31 RON . ,9- fg ' f '54 J f I f 1 J 1 .,,.,., AJ, ff, f 'I ST 7 Q! 9 WRIGHT JEFFREY -463 WYMAN JAMES - ,,. wvNsEN LAURA - Remembers:Beach housfgij-76 PJH SW KW CVB GW VW BA PS JH lceskatingifl' 'Qsue 'NEE' Parties wfioker 8- Kan JeansSimmons Geoifiljytahoney French IV w7MA HA Si Friends Sonny 8- y Gdggle beachbarbeque w7Raw but charred Burgers Lovingn 'ting my friends and all in all the fubar animals GP 'I .1 TD Plus SVB H YORK GARY - 62 Remembers the Beezer parties od move parties stoutage Bongage Cabin at Snow Summit downhill racing w!Ron,g baseball, cheweys and pals winks I love you VP "no I don't think so" Plans alligator wrestling team 1 YOUNG SHAUNA - 63 ZANGGER KATHIE - 63 ZELLER LYNNETTE -- 63 all good times 8- parties w!OIgai Michelle ch days with Munchie 8. Radar Love GR scph girl date guy Beach house 75' Hof aug nites 75 w!SC games concerts 8- then some notes 8: dry assorted burns Blazers 8. demolition MT alive Mel. guys and . . . on! MIKE --'63, 193, 212 ONE YEAR OF AND THE RAMBUN AND ZIGICH MARK - 63 Remembers: Partying honda going skiing. sidmmer VP was o ioke ZIGMOND LARRY Remember After Mikvlics Fighting Pete Bri nights at akk Sheryl Gary LR JB AB L5 ST VV staring at Olga BSing with ripoff with Alec Summer to ride the middle ofthe road yr Getting busted in the Van - Mandy ALC Summer at the mountainsdgnif back Carnation Orge's H.Q. ' 'H MICHAEL - 63 I 1 I'Ul'1S Foraging soldering 81 endless ,QIAMASHIRO SANDRA 8 8 tlilgife is fun with - Losi Tor Mort 'Happy times -- too Iasin 9 contacts St. Joseph's Proffitt forget. TWO 411- 1 at the cabin with everybody New Chevy Elcamino 400 Racing withthe Ski Alright Senior Yr. Thank Gog Meats 'V 1415: 46 .v. -1 .-A . 2' -4. .iz 1 Q 5 1' Z ,I 15 te.. ffm!! '4 V 61' , v, 1 , f ,Wm , f 7:22:25 5 1 W Z. " .1-A-ff57'fW 'Yf " .- " -- ,140 ., ' " A 4' ' 'mf2:t -' I 7,15ig355135-.ff-rgjif',HW -. " W 'uf lmvgf 6 ,.-,.,, , Q' A552775 fw 51.621 "f:2E1fL2v?T5:j1 1-5 '-'!f2'i5'?b591 ' - '-bl-Haw Hiegiff m ,JL , ' f , , pf, L- 'ff' - -' l in A, ,gumwnwyrmw . 'trnmmrmsz Wffu ., ,VH .MX . 1 " 3. M 1 -M 3 , - .A a t T .p L, f' 2" I 5 -W ig 1' M n, M.. 'M .WW J SGPHOMORES Aornes, Troy - 150, 153 Abati, Elizabeth - 150 Abdalla, Steve - 150, 176 Abouchar, John -- 98, 99, 150 Aamy, Michael - 150, 210 Aguilar, Ida - 169 1 Ahearn, Mike - 169 Ahlm, ,Philip- 150, 185 Bley, Anne Marie - 152 Bloom, Michael - 152 Blucker, Eric - 169 Blythe, Kurt- 152, 176 Boland, Jerome -- 152 Bonham, El - 152 Borgeson, Mark - 152 Borie, Elizabeth - 152 Bowman, Karen - 152 Cox, Craft Cronin 239, 235 Boyd, Diane - 169 Broun, Timmy -152 Bray, Carolyn - 152 Brelie, Philip - 152, 185 :son Bradley - ier Coreyn-11715211811 Crosby Cross Crowe, G1orict,+ 169 I , , , f 9, 95 C s, James - 152 ,V CUFHS 1 52 R Cutler, Brothers, Chris Brown, Cheryle Brown, Laurel Brown, Steven Brumleu, Bub -- Brunner, Sandra Buchmann, Belinda Buffington, Phil Buffington, Bui, Thuan Bullock "Bennet Connors, 216 184,185 fe, if 1,5121 .f Doolijgg, 'll Dove, yer we Ebr Erichsen Evanoff Evans, Everett, Ewold Fair, Jason Foirchilds, Farris Fice, Fields, Fisher Fisher, Bradley Fisher, Dana Fisher, David Fisher, Julie Fontana Ford, Karen Fordyce, Foss, Ernest Fotch, John Fournier, Fowler, Kirk Fox, Bryon - MMD .1., ,, it .1 1. ,-lu-.if Er1c- 193, 212 mi 159, 87, l 14 Stephen - 1 59 193, 229 Charlie - 160 156193 216 150156 83,156 156119 156,127 156,193,216 156 20 156 222 67 203, 229 157,185 157 ' Darlene - 157, 95 Hazard, Dena Ann -- 157 Hedin, Shari - 157, 87 Heil, Richard -- 157 Heinrich, Kennith - 157, 94 Helme, Rebecca - 157, 238, 235 157, 95 , 185,216 91, 99,157,167,119 157, 238 551,157 '- 159 95 " - 1559, 87 T' 10 1 59 A Jones, Kevin - 1 Jones, Renee - 1 9.9 1 Jones, Stephen -- 151 , 1QQs,1s111- 159 he Joy, Daren - 98, 99, I' Joy, Dave - 159 ' A Kahnfi'K6therine - 91 , 1' ,,- 239' Kaihewalu, Solomon - V Kommer, Ronald - 159, 227 Karanikolaou, James - -"v 3. . , Km-111, Dale - 155, 159 g Kuuffeid, Karen - 1 1 1, 151,243,691 Kew, Michele - 159, 237 Kebre, Pamela -- 159 Kelly, Paul - 159 Kelly, Daniel - 159 Kennedy, Julie -159 Kepler, John - 159 1,2151 Knutson, Randall- 160, 185 Komarek, Durri - 160 Koab, Michael - 160, 185 Koster, Craig - 160 S Kostner Kenneth - 160' William - 160 W 4 5 I fl , 1, f' ff, f f f f ff , 1 ,uw J f ff Q ,ff 7 -' f f"f ag , K ff f f 1 jf , V Q12 2221: 1 1, V af, ,z 159 , , 'w wig 544 159, 87, 114 , Vjygcigig, 1,21 1 ,-j:'f,g'. , ,,,. W, i 1 ff 023 ,, A 1 'l"i1j.fZ"v2f!',j1j2v 14-945, K , ,,,,,,, ff, V ',,.,fff'3,23Zz?f f ,,Qg,f.z,,Qgg1W , , ,449 David - 160 John - 169 Vicky - 160 - 123, 160 wp, 1 19 . ,. 1. 1. ,. ,1,,.,,,, ,--yy I 1:2 if .,.,,,,,v fy., A 60 95 ,,.f,l.0WE, Heidi - 161 Lay, Bobbi- 161 Lu Payne, Deanne - 161 Lucente, Brad - 1 69 Luhsen, Eric - 169 Lundgrer1,Lauro - 161 Lunsford, Frederick - 169 Lyerla, Dana -161 Lynch, Sdsian -- 83,161 Maggs, Michelle -161 Magnacco, Lori-- 161, 162 Mahony, Michael- 161, 185 Maida, Samuel -99, 161, 229 Malloy, Bridget - 161 Malmquist, Cheryl - 161, 87 Maloy, Martha - 83,161 Manley, Kim -169 Manley, Rick -169 Manning, Kristy -161 March, Debra - 161 Credits 307 x M af! ff! as 'i 22 PZ ' , Y - , if' , .95 X354 f , fgfif-' A , ?W5f 4 H' ff - 19 fav ' 2: 72? .lzzlcqgh lf" - ""- 5. fm P44 4519+ 1151 1:?4f,r:7 1: ' f my aff 1 wg- 11 V, zl, Mig, U ,lf '73 1 " f ' 5'-' 042 v 7 Ju , - . zyfzr as 103 117 132 ue 119 21387 Crediis 309 Biiisibtin, Gregorv-Q 132 ' iii Brbst,-Michael -- 132, 193, 21 2 Brower, Martin -- 132,231 Brown, Claudia -- 132, 95 Qgiineiviqn-132,193,212 , gfggi35iii1i1,1chfi5iapg-133,261 " rf ,, r,,,, f f , tim 1 K 5 7 nf L4 f H H2 Brawn, Diane - 1 32 3 f,, ff'-Q ,, Colley, Donna ccamei, James - 133 Cahill, Dave- 133 Campbell, GaiI-- 131, 133 Michael - 74, 200, 201, 133 Valerie - 133 aine-99,133,118,119 Robin-- 133, 235,118 Mariann - 133 Bill - 149 Richard - 133 Sharon - 133 Marianne- 91,123,133,118,127 -99, 133, 114 Jodi-133 Christopher - 74, 133 Greg--133 - 133 itchell--117,'133,118,127 1' Kristin - 74, 133 , Shawn- 133 Mark - 133 Briggeman, M, Anita 31, 132,23,8V'f,A, if Lf Qggghfy, 134 Drakhihanfor, Mastaurh -- 4 Driggers, 'Glenn - 1 34 Driver, Daiiidf- 134 Draft, Jahn - 134, 178 Dufault, Kenneth - 1 Duncan,,Cheri Dunqan, Cheri Diincan Dunn, I Durand Duty, Kathy Dwyer, Fairbanks, Fairless, Nina 1 Farr, Cindy - 135 Fenn, David - 135 Ferreri, Diana - 1 35 Fields, Cherie - 134, 135 142 Fields, Edward - 135 Day, Deforrest, Del Sesto, Denn ey, Sandy Dennis Dieter, Christophe Dillavou, Kym -5 Dix, Mark -+ 134, Dobkins, Kellee - 91' Dodson, Alice Doering, Tom Dorton, Karen Dotts, Duane 310 Credits Quinn -- 133, 231 Conkey, Darlene 4E,7.xr.:,,,,,.v4..,,Y.f f . Viawiin, Karen -- 149 1Q.BB11ll'IC1- Richard - 140 Lee,Teresa -- 140 I 1eepef,pn,v1d - 140, 195, 199, 227 Q ' ,A Lehman,,,Ko1h1een - 140 Lehnhiarr, Gary - 140, 178 Leichiffusg, Michael - 140, 178, 212 Lelchuk, Daniel - 140 Lehi, Valerie - 136, 140, 87, 114 Charles - 140 140, 87 119,238 178,226 173 17 5,118 271,1 Minardi, Gina - 69, 142 Miner, Gary -- 142 Mifchell, Roberf - 149 Moe, Lori - 142 Mohle, Dennis - 142, 174, 175 Moran, Kevin -- 149 More, Sieven - 142 Morelii, Debbie - 142 Morgan, Rocky - 142 ' Morris, Steven - 142, 94, 95 Mortensen, David -- 149 Mor1or1, Dana - 142 Mosher, Gregory -- 142 Moyer, Melanie -134, 142, 104, Mullen, Jodi-- 131, 142, 235 V Munoz, Jerry - 142 ' Murrin, Garfh - 142 Musiqh, Steve - 142 V , Musuiin, James -142 Myers, Duane --142 ' ' Mykkanen, Marian - 1142" I Nc1delI,Pau1-142 , Nadybal, Mark --142 Nagao, Craig -142 Nash, Kur1-142 Nash, Pamela - 143 Neave, Debbie -143 Neelon, Eileen -143 ' V' , Nelles, Kelly - 143 A v ' Nelson, B, Chrisfyn -- 84, 117, 143,127 Nelson, Paul - 143, 95 Ngo, Phuoc Thi- 143 Nielsen, Eric - 143, 212 Noble,.1eHrey-- 143, 195 Norburg, Mary -143, 118, 119, 87, 95 Norden, Robert -- 143, 178 Norman, Tim - 143 Novello, Marie - 143 Nowicki, Linda - 69, 143 O Brien --143' 143 143 212 Pack, ,A111sof. - 1 43 Padro, Dorothy - 149 Paine, shame - 113,i143, 113, 119 P61meri, Bradford - 143 Palrneri, Catherine -- 143 1' i'Pa1mqu1s1,1Dev1d -4 149 - , 'Pardee Nancy -- 143 Far11fj'Marcia -- 143 , Parlrer,,He1en - 143 Parlciir, Ted'--131,132,143 Parodi, Tami -- 143 Paherson, David -- 1 43 Paufson, Tommy -- 143, 95 PeCoy,,Garry - 143 Pearson, Jane - 69, 143, 222 Pelfzer, Richard - 149 Penfecosi, Dana - 143 Perez, Hope- 143 Credifs 31 1 Peters, Bill - 143 Peters, Dianne - 144 Peterson, Douglas - 144 Peterson, Todd - 144 Petty, Marlana - 144 Picker, Sheryl -- 144, 1 18 t Pierce, Ronald - 144 Pinch, June - l17,144, 235 Pinchot, Ron -- 144 Pomeroy, Kent - 144, 178 Pomeroy, Walter - 144, 178 Porter, Terry -- 74, 1 14 Poulson, Theresa - 144 Quick, Shawn - 144 Raicic, Roger -- 144 Rank, Steve -- 144 Rasinski, Peter - 144, 178 Rasmussen, Rose - 144, 95 Regan, Terri -- 149 Reichert, Liane - 131, 144 Reichle, John - 144 Reisman, Arthur -144, 178, '21 2 Reynolds, David -- 144 Rhaden, Richard -- 149 Rifkin, Samuel - 144 Ritchie, Janel - 96, 97, 144 Rivenburg, Ann - 144 Robbins, Tommie - 144, 237 Roberts, Wayne - 144 Robertson, Kevin - 149 Robertson, Mark - 149 Rodgers, Vicky - 144 Rogers, Diane - 144, 87 Rogers, Linda -131,144, 118, 222, 95 Rogers, Philip - 3, 144, 178 Romandy, Suzanne - 144 Rosacker, Lori - 98, 99, 144 Rose, Jeff - 149 Ross, Elizabeth - 83, 139, 144 Rossomano, Daniel -- 144 Rowe, David - 144 Royce, Tiffany - 83, 144 Rumbaugh, Gary - 144, 229 Rutherford, Theodore - 144, 19 Sadakane, Kevin - 144 Safronchik, Paul -- 144 Sakomoto, Renee - 145 Sall, Steven --L 155 Salmond, Sharon - 117, 145 Sanberg, Don - 145 Sandoval, Steven - 69, 83, 96, Sanematsu, Louise - 145, 1 18 Sanmartini, Louis - 149 Sant, Howard - 76, 145, 271 Saville, Barbara - 62, 145, 118 Scheid, Richard -149 Schober, Sandro - 145 Schramm, Ronald - 145 Schrieter, Suzi - 145 Schulkey, David -- 145 Schulz, Geoffrey - 145, 94 Schofield, Dale -149 Scott, Craig - 145 3,212 97, 107, 145, 127 Scotti, John- 76, 145, 193, 215, 271, 212 Sellars, Lisa - 76,145, 118,27 Sellers, Van - 149 Sells, Luke 1 145 Sexton, Lori - 145 Shader, Mark -145 Sheets, VV-ayne -145, 127 Siegler, Michael - 145- "feat 1 Silverstein, Linda - 149 Simmons, Cynthia - 145, 87 Simpson, Terry - 74, 145 Sinclair, Coleen - 145 Sipe, Nancy --- 76, 145, 271 Sisneros, April - 149 Smegal, Sherri - 145 Smith, Cheryl - 146 Smith, Elizabeth -- 146 Smith, Grace -- 146, 238 Smith, Judy - 146 Smith, Karen -- 146 Smith, Michael - 146 Smith,.Nancy- 69, 1 1 1, 146 Socher, David -- 146 Somers, Beth - 146, 237 Sorensen, Roger -146, 191, 212 Speck, Dara - 142, 146 Spiglanin, Patty --146, 127 Springe, Kirk - 146, 178 Sripathy, Sheila -- 132, 146, 119, 87 Stalker, Donald - 146 Stanfill, Werner - 146 Stange, Jeffrey - 146, 94, 95 Stanley, Shadd -- 132, 146, 178 Stark, Claudia - 146 State, Ted -- 146, 94, 95 Staump, Sherry -- 84, 96, 97, 98, 99, Steckler, Rebecca - 1 17, 146 Steimle, Barry - 146 Stephen, Kelly - 146 Stephenson, Thomas - 146 Stewart, Glenn - 178, 149 Stinson, Mark - 149 Stockdale, Jackie - 74, 146 Stocker, Joanna -146, 235, 23 Stockton, Christopher - 146 Stone, John - 147 Stoner, David - 147 Storruste, Karen - 1 1, 84, 147, 4, 239 87 Stransky, Teresa - 147, 87, 114 Stratford, Ronald - 147, 231 Strykala, Susan - 147 Stubblefield, Randy - 5, 147, 178 Stuetzel, David - 147 Stuffler, Kathryn - 91, 147 Sturdivant, Linda -- 147 Sullivan, Karen -147, 119 Swoyne, Peter -- 147 Talian, Diane - 147 Tanaka, Sandra - 147, 95 Tartter, Cheryl - 84, 147, 87 Tote, Wayne - 147 Tavera, Celeste - 83, 84, 96, 97, 134, Taylor, Guy - 147 Tegen, Nancy - 149 Temmen, Elisabeth -- 147 Tennant, Alice - 147 Terrazas, Valerie - 147 Terry, Steven - 147 Thomas, Phillis -147, 237 Thomas, Robert -- 11, 74, 147, Thomas, Sheri - 147, 118, 238 Thompson, Jill - 147, 1 18 Tibbets, Mark - 147 Timken, Michael - 147 Tolbert, Kelly --147 Townley, Kurt - 149 Tracy, Stephen --147, 200 178 Triggs, Kimberly - 84, 131, 134,147 Tuerffs, Eric - 147 Turner, Karl - 147, 178 Turner, Michael - 147, 195, 199 146,127 147,127 I .as-vi N! , T xi-:"f'l1'IfTfii, 1,112 2 '-1 nf ,, 'f2,Qa2za29f1:dv,2 W " ' 12' f " . ,. 'z '1j::t':yZ'ypf4uf"'g,- ,y ,, ,,,, A Urbdw 147 , ,, ,495 1 ' 1 v Valenti, maple -4147 VanDixhom,,Becky-- 149 VanDyke', afar-in -Q-.147 4 VanEtten, lTodd '-1 1 417, 95 if VanVooren, Marie- 139, 1475 gg' Vannice, Karen - 147 V "iffy Variakoiis, Wlia -'83, 147, 1181 1 17 f'Z veiiwvach, candy-- 147 , It 4 Verdugo, Jerome -f 147 , Vincent, Jeffrey - 147, 95 Vivirito, Peggy - 147 Voorhees, Katherine 83, 147 Voorheis, Tammy -- 147 A, Waldstreicher, Barbara - 147, 239, 235 Walker, Kimberley - '147 ,,,Lf.,3,- ' f. f ,311 , , tg-w 1: ' -1:5 fl? f f, A4 !f 1 I J , 71, ,gf X 'ff , fry' 'f ,ef 'f fl 1 f, Cf, 44 I 4,1 f Walker, Lindi - 147, 149, 260 Walker, Mary Kate -- 147 Walli, Elizabeth -183, 134, 147, 87 Walsh, John - 147 Walton, Eric - 147, 95 Walworth, Marian -- 147 Wares, Larry - 148 Warye, Donald -- 148 Watrous, Deborah - 148 Waymon, Robert - 148 V Wearda, Rick - 148, 196, 195, 199 Webb, Kelly - 76, 83, 148, 271 ' Weber, G. Don lll- 148, 175 Wedaa, Dorothy - 148 ' Weileman, Karen -- 76, 99, 148, 271 Wein, Roberta - 148 Weisman, Lynda - 148 Weissman, Hillary -9 60, 94, 95 Wells, Jon - 148 Weneta, Jim - 148, 178 Wernett, Julia - 148, 1 19 West, Todd - 1 48 Wetton, Leslie - 90, 99, 148, 1 19 White, Ann - 148 Whitesell, Ann - 83, 148 Wiester, Sandra - 148 Willeford, Beth - 148 VVilliams, Willie - 212 VWlliams, Jacquelyn - 148,178 Vtnlliams, Randy -149 Willison, Sandra - 139, 148, 235, 239 Wilson, Saun -149 Winter, John - 132, 149 Wolff, Scot't-- 149 Wood, Peggy - 149 Woods, Gregory - 149 Woodside, James - 149 Woodward, Tim - 149, 191 Woodworth Glenn -- 149 95 Wright, Bambi Wright, David 4 Wright, Mike Wright, T. Kay Wynsen, Steve - Yacko, Nicholas - 149 Yamashiro Vivian - 131 149 95 Yang, Jerry --- 149 Yeutter, Patricia - ' Yneges, Daniel -- 149 ,e zeiief,Duwa-72,73, 134 149 1,73 we Ziegler, Jeffery - 149 I Zigich, Lands - 3, 139, 149, 235, as 21342 Zolzer, Eric -- 149 l Zwicky, Robert - 149, 1 13 ... 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